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WINDHAM COUNTY NEWSPAPERS : WINDHAM HERALD 1791-1795
435. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: Windham. Died.
436. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: The hon. court of probate,
for the district of Windham, hath allowed the term of six months
from the date hereof, to
437. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: The Hon. Court of Probate,
for the district of Plainfield, having allowed six months only, from
the 3d day of March
438. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: To Be Sold, A valuable Farm,
lying in Springfield, county of Hampshire, Massachusetts, containing
330 Acres of
439. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: To Be Sold, A Farm lying on
the easterly road in the North Society of Mansfield, containing upwards
of 100 acres of land; is well wooded and watered, and well proportioned
for mowing and plowing; has a fine orchard, which, in good seasons,
will make 100
440. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: Mulberry-trees, three years
growth this spring; Also, good Mulberry- Seed, to be sold by the
441. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: Those persons, in the first
society of Pomfret, who have taken the Windham Herald the year past,
and who wish
442. WH Sat Mar 7, 1795: CASH, or books given in exchange, for clean cotton and linen Rags, at the Printing-Office, Windham.
443. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: Knoxville, Jan. 23. An express
arrived here on Monday night last from Nashville, with dispatches
from Gen. Robertson to Gov. Blount; by whom we are informed, that
Wm. Colbert a distinguished chief of the Chickasaws who has a commission
from the President of the United States, giving him the rank of major,
with upwards of twenty warriors arrived at Nashville on the 4th inst.
444. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: Extract of a letter from
German Creek, January 29. We had a treaty with the Cherokees
the 18th of December,
445. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: New York, February 17. March
4. Extract of a letter dated Fort Washington February 2, 1795 to
a gentleman in
446. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: New York. March 5. Yesterday the House of Assembly passed a bill for the establishment of Public Schools in this State, and appropriating the annual sum of thirty thousand pounds for their support.
447. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: New York. March 5. Yesterday arrived in town eleven Chiefs of the Cahnawaga Indians. Their business, we understand, is with the Legislature respecting some claims to lands sold the state.
448. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: Lansingburgh, Feb. 24. A
Murder. On Sunday, the 15th inst. the dead body of a man unknown,
was found in a piece of woods, in half moon, near Still water road.
A Jury having been called, and on examining the wounds, gave inquest,
willful murder, by some person or persons unknown. He is about 5
feet 6 inches high, light complexion, long black hair twisted. Had
on a dark London brown great coat, with white metal buttons, blue
strait bodied coat, and overalls, striped vest, woolen shirt, bandanna
handkerchief round his neck, shoes tied with strings; the top of
his pack oil cloth, marked No. ---76, M.R. and in it a pair of plated
shoe buckles, silver knee buckles, silver
449. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: It is surprising that our
sister State Massachusetts, has not yet become ashamed of her mode
450. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: The hon. court of probate
for the district of Windham, has allowed the term of six months from
this date, for the
451. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: To Be Sold, A Yoke of Oxen,
one Cow, two years old; also, two colts, one three years old this
spring, the other
452. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: Strayed or stolen from the subscriber some time in the month of June last, a red yearling Heifer markd with two holes through the right ear. Whoever will return her to the owner, or give him information where she may be found, shall be well rewarded for their trouble and expense. Robert Baxter. Pomfret, March 27, 1795.
453. WH Sat Mar 14, 1795: The term for which the packet
of papers, directed to Mr. Asahel Allen, of Canterbury, was engaged,
454. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: In the House of Representatives of the United States. Tuesday, the 3d of March. Resolved, That the Secretary of State be requested to receive proposals from any person or persons skilled in the art of stenography, or capable of reporting debates with accuracy, & to report the same to this house, at the commencement of the next session, with his observations and opinion respecting the qualification of the said person or persons for the said duty, to the end that this house may be enabled to appoint one or more persons as officers of the house, for the valuable purpose above mentioned. Extract from the Journal, John Beckley, Clerk. Department of State. March 5, 1795. Proposals will be received by the Secretary of State, in pursuance of the foregoing Resolution. The Printers of Newspapers throughout the United States, are requested to insert the above.
455. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: Married.
456. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: Died.
457. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: Hope for Old Bachelors. Even
when past 50! Or, a remarkable instance of an Old Bachelors
Marrying at the age of 52, and having and bringing up Children. From
Thomass Massachusetts Spy, Southkingston, February 21, 1795.
Mr. Thomas, If you think the following statement worth offering to
the readers of your Spy, you may present it as a real fact. I brought
an action to the Court, now
458. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: All persons indebted to Ebenezer
Backus, either by book or note, are requested to call immediately
459. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: Whereas my wife Hannah, has absented herself from my bed and board, without any provocation; these are therefore to forbid all persons, harbouring or trusting her on my account, for I will not pay any debt of her contracting from the date hereof. Benjamin Abbott. Hampton, March 16th, 1795.
460. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: We the subscribers being
appointed by the hon. Court of Probate, for the district of Pomfret,
461. WH Sat Mar 21, 1795: The honorable court of probate,
for the district of Pomfret, hath allowed the term of six months
from the 3d day
462. WH Sat Mar 28, 1795: In our last, we mentioned
the marriage of Mr. James Perrigo, to Miss Thirza Butt, and we then
supposed it truly stated; we have since been informed, that respecting
their ages, the publication was erroneous; and it is evident that
the person who sent it
463. WH Sat Mar 28, 1795: Died.
464. WH Sat Mar 28, 1795: Silk and Stuff Shoes. The subscriber informs the Public, that he has set up a shoe manufactory in Mansfield, about half a mile south of the first society meeting-house, where all kinds of Silk and Stuff Shoes are made in the neatest and best manner. He has procured the best of workmen from Lynn, and can furnish traders with shoes in any quantity at as moderate a price, as they can purchase them elsewhere. Customers may depend on work suited to their taste, and every favour gracefully acknowledged. John Stowell. Mansfield, March 26, 1795.
465. WH Sat Mar 28, 1795: Strayed from the subscriber on the 25th instant, a dark brown Mare, with a rusty mane; about 14 hands high. She trots and paces. Whoever will take up and return said mare, shall receive a handsome reward for their trouble, and necessary charges paid. Jona. Jennings. Windham, March 27th, 1795.
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