No paper for Jan. 1-2-3, 1820
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Jan. 4, 1820
MARRIED - At Pittsford, on Sunday evening the 22d inst. Mr. Samuel TRUE to Miss Arathusa STONE, both of that place.
Jan. 11, 1820
In Brighton, by Elder GORTON, Mr. James CHASE, of Henrietta, to Mrs. Emily Ann GROSVENOR -
At Murray, on the 2d inst by Lewis SWIFT Esq. Mr Joshua PATICE, to Miss Betsey HORNER.
At Pittsford, Mr. Z. ELDRIDGE to Mrs. Anne ROWE.
DIED - In this village, very suddenly, on Friday last Catharine KLEM, aged 15, a native of Germany.
In Seneca, Hon. John NICHOLAS, aged 55, late first judge of Ont. County, formerly a member of Congress from Virginia,
and a Senator in the Legislature of this state.
At Henrietta, on the 4th inst. Fanny GOFF, aged 37 years, wife of Mr. Roswell GOFF.
A London paper says, that by the earthquake in India, June 16, the whole district and territory of Kutch, a county
situated on the N. W. of Bombay, and including several towns and villages, have been destroyed, with 2000 inhabitants.
Military Movements - South
We understand, (says the Charleston Courier of Dec. 10) that orders have reached this port, from Government, directing
that the military force in garrison here, be forthwith removed to Amelia Island. From other movement of a similar
nature, in various parts of the Union, we have but little doubt that a decisive blow will shortly be struck at
VERMONT MURDER - Russell COLVIN, who was supposed to have been murdered, has arrived at Manchester, and Stephen
BROWN who was to have been hanged for killing him was immediately liberated; the event was announced by the discharge
of 50 guns, the first of which was fired by BROWN himself.
ORDINATION - On Wednesday the 29th ult, the Rev. Mr. BRACE was ordained to the Gospel Ministry in the Presbyterian
church in Phelps.
CAYUGA STEAM-BOAT - A company has been formed for building a Steam-Boat on Cayuga Lake, to be connected with the
Newburgh line of stages.
On the night of the 16th inst., the dwelling house of Mr. Z??har STRONG, in Nunda, Allegany county, was consumed
by fire together with nearly every article of his household furniture, all his grain, &c.
Miss Anna TRUE, daughter of Mr. Jonathan TRUE, of Pittsford, lately spun in one day, one hundred and sixty-two
knots of good woolen yarn.
The ship Elizabeth is about to sail from New York to the western coast of Africa, with about 150 free people of
color, for the purpose of commencing a colony.
Jan. 18, 1820
At Brighton, on Tuesday evening last, Anson HOUSE Esq., to Miss Lucinda BLOSSOM, daughter of Capt. Ezra BLOSSOM.
Jan. 25, 1820
At Pittsford on the 15(?) th inst. By Esq. STONE, Mr. Asabel BARKER to Miss Fanny MUNN;
Mr. John MOORE, of Mendon to Miss Mary ACKLEY, of the former place.
Mr. John JOHNSON, of Mendon, to Susan DEAN, of Pittsford.
Mr. Peter HOPKINS of Pittsford, to Miss Darinda COLE, of Mendon.
Mr. Lemuel ALLEN, to Miss Mary Ann ARMSTRONG, both of Pittsford.
In West-Bloomfield, on the 13th inst. By Elder BADGER, Mr. John VINTON, of Royalton, Niagara county, to Miss Sally
MADISON, of the former place.
At Penfield, Ont. Co. On the 6th inst. Miss Marietta, daughter of Col. N. CASE. Sermon on the occasion by Elder
J. BADGE from 1st Cor. 15,22.
At Genesee, on the 15th inst, Mrs. HOVEY, aged 28 years. She left a husband and five children to mourn the loss
of loving wife and an affectionate mother; she was supported in her affections by the grace of Christ, and her
last words were, "Lord Jesus receive my spirit."