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Vol. I. Cooperstown, N. Y., June 12, 1795. No. 11.
Vol. IV. Cooperstown, N. Y., April 5, 1798. No. 158.
The following gentlemen are appointed Justices of the Peace, for the County of Otsego.
Vol. IV. Cooperstown, N. Y., November 22, 1798. No. 191.
WHEREAS, Joshua Tucker of Cherry Valley, in the county of Otsego, and state of New York, yeoman, did on the sixth day January, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, seven hundred and ninety eight, for securing the payment of two hundred and ninety-three dollars and sixty cents, with lawful interest by the first day of March, then next ensuing, mortgage and convey unto the subscribers all that certain piece or parcel of :AND, situate lying and being in Cherry Valley, aforesaid; beginning at the north east corner of a tract of land, formerly the property of Daniel Campbell, Esq... containing one hundred and one half acre of land... And whereas default has here been made in the payment as aforesaid: Notice is therefore hereby given, that by virtue of a power contained in the said mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute made and provided, the said mortgaged premises will be sold at public vendue on the fifteenth day of May next, at the house of John Walton, Innkeeper in Cherry Valley aforesaid, at one o'clock in the afternoon of same day, to the highest bidder.
Vol. VII. Cooperstown, N. Y., April 2, 1801. No. ?
At a respectable Meeting of the ELECTORS of Otsego County, held at the house of Major Joseph Griffin, in Cooperstown on the 24th March, 1801, the following Resolutions were adopted...
Vol. ? Cooperstown, N. Y., October 4, 1804. No. ?
Letters in the Post Office, Cooperstown.
...William Green,Note: The above is merely a sample out of several different notices of letters waiting for the Spalding brothers to pick up at Cooperstown prior to Solomon's departure in 1809. Richfield was then rather remote from Cooperstown and its residents probably called upon friends and travelers to obtain their mail at the post office there on an occasional basis.
Vol. I. Cherry Valley, N. Y., October 30, 1812. No. 12.
PRESENTS his compliments to all those who are indebted to him, and especially to those whose accounts have been of long standing, and would inform them that he "wants Cash, and must have it." He also hereby informs the Public (meaning, and intending thereby that portion of the public who shall attend punctually to the requisitions of the above billet, or such as may cash in hand" present themselves to him in his Store, and shall then and there manifest to him a disposition, propensity, inclination or desire to divest themselves of a part of their said Cash, and to invest it in commodities for sale by the said William) that, in addition to his extensive assortment of
Vol. ? Cooperstown, N. Y., January 16, 1813. No. ?
N O T I C E.
JOHN RUDD, Junior, of the town of Richfield, having on the 12th day of December, 1801, for securing payment of one hundred dollars and interest convey by mortgage to Abraham Ten Broneck, Esq. a part of lot No. 37, in Scuyler's Patent, in the town of Richfield and county of Otsego, bounded as follows: -- Beginning at a stake and stones, standing at an angel of J. & S. Spalding's land, near a spring, thence north 55 degrees, west eight chains & ten links to Willis Howland, at a stake and stones, thence 5 chains and 25 links, to the highway that leads from C. Green's to O. Beardslyey's, at a stake and stones, standing northerly 5 chains and 17 links from the first mentioned corner, thence to the first mentioned bounds, containing two acres one half & twenty rods of land. Defaults having been made in the payment of said sum of money -- Notice is given, that in pursuance of a power contained in said mortgage, and of the Statute in such case provided, said premises will be sold at public vendue at the house on said premises at two o'clock in the afternoon, of the 17th day of July next.
Vol. IV. Cooperstown, N.Y., Thursday, October 2, 1817. No. 183.
Sussex, N. J. Sept. 15.
Passed through this town, on Wednesday last, ten pilgrims (six men and four women) from Woodstock, in the state of Vermont, on their way to the southward, possessed of very singular appearance and deportment.
Vol. XXV. Cooperstown, N. Y., November 29, 1819. No. 1288.
In this village on Monday last, by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. John Davidson of Hartwick, to Mrs. Matilda Spalding, of this town.
Vol. IX. Cooperstown, N.Y., Monday, May 27, 1822. No. 426.
Nominations. -- Franklin Coudery, "editor, printer and publisher" of the Angelica News Record, offers himself to the electors of Allegany county, as a candidate for clerk. Henry Torrey has nominated himself to the same office. Mr. C. advertises "self nominations, if not more than a square, at two dollars a candidate! --