Friday, January 17, 2014
THE PORTLAND ADVERTISE and Gazette of Maine, May 9, 1837
From the subscriber on or about the tenth inst., Eliza Storry, aged about
14 years; said girl was placed in my care by the town of Lisbon, to be supported,
and instructed by me, until 18 years of age; as she has left me without any cause
of provocation, all person are hereby cautioned not to harbor or trust her on my
harbor or trust her on my account, as I shall not pay any expense.
Bowdoinham, April 17, 1837.
FOR SALE OR TO LET
The old Tavern Stand formerly occupied by alexander Moorhead, situated
near Bowdoin college, in Brunswick;- possession given immediately. Apply
to JOHN McKEEN, Esq., Brunswick or
ALEXANDER MOORHEAD, Portland.
Notice is hereby given, that the Probate Court heretofore holden at Jenk's Tavern
in North Yarmouth on the second Tuesday of May, will hereafter be holden on the
second Tuesday of September at ten o'clock, now kept by Alexander Gray, which
is also to take the place of Court heretofore holden at Freeport on that day.
Notice is also given that the Court heretofore holden at Bearce's Tavern in New
Gloucester on the second Tuesday in July, will hereafter be holden at Charles
Barrell's Tavern in Gray, on the said second Tuesday of July, at ten o'clock a, m.
BARRETT POTTER, Judge.
Portland, April 19, 1837.
The subscriber hereby gives public notice to a concerned, that he has been duly
appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Administrator of the estate of Ammi R.
M. Cushman, late of New Gloucester, in the county of Cumberland, Esquire, deceased
by giving bond as the law directs; he therefore requests all persons who are
indebted to the said deceased's estate to make immediate payment; and those who
have any demands thereon, to exhibit the same for settlement to-
New Gloucester, April 18, 1837.
The subscriber hereby given public notice to all concerned, that he has been
duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Administrator of the estate of
Abraham O. Gould, late of Portland in the County of Cumberland, ship master,
deceased, by giving bond as the law directs, he therefore request all persons who are
are indebted to the said deceased's' estate to make immediate payment; and those
who have any demands thereon, to exhibit the same for settlement to
JOHN D. KNMAN, his Attorney..
Portland, April 18, 1837.
ELIZA B. SMALL, having assigned tot the subscriber all her property both
real and personal, for the benefit of her creditors; agreeably to the provision of a
law passed April 1, 1836-this is to request and notify all persons indebted her by
note or account to make immediate payment to the subscriber. Said assignment
bears date and twenty fourth day of March A. D. 1937, and notice to hereby given
that three months are allowed to the creditors of said E. B. Small, to become
parties to the assignment agreeably to the provisions of the law aforesaid.
JOHN D. KNSMAN
Portland, April 6, 1837.
To the Honorable Justices of our Court of Common Pleas begun and holden at
Portland, in and for the County of Cumberland, on the first Tuesday of March, A. D.
ENENEZER FIELD and OTIS BAKER, both of Windham, in said County,
yeomen, respectfully represent, that they are severally interested and seized in
fee as tenants in common with Aaron Hanscom and Uriah Hanscom, both of
said Windham, yeoman, and other persons unknown in the following described
piece or parcel of land, situated in said Windham, and being part of the
Northeasternly half of the lot of land numbered forty five in the second Division
of hundred acre lots in said Windham and bounded as follows, to wit;
Southwesterly by land owned by Elias Littlefield, being the Southwesterly half
of the same lot; Southeast by land owned by Lewis Libbey, and Gideon Libbey;
Northeast by said Field's Land, being a part of the same lot, Northwest by the
town road, leading from William Austin's, to Gray, containing forty two acres
more or less, the said Field being seized as aforesaid, of six acres and eighty six
square rods; and the said Baker being seized as aforesaid, of one sixth part, or
seven acres and one seventh of an acre; and the said Field and Baker are desirous
of possessing their undivided several parts of the premises in severalty.
Wherefore, the said Field and Baker, pray that their several shares may be set off
to them to hold severalty according to the law n such cases made and provided.
by John Eveleth, their Attorney.