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Rhode-Island American, and General Advertiser

Providence, Rhode Island


October 20, 1809, Vol II, Issue 1:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Thomas MANCHESTER, Mr. Nicholas BRANCH, of North-Providence, to Miss Sally MILLARD, of the former place.

March 9, 1810, Vol. II, Issue 41:

MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.
On Monday evening last, a boat with five persons on board, on a passage from this port to Warwick, off Connimicutt Point, by a sudden squall, was filled with water. Having quitted the boat, one by the name of James HACKSTONE, recovered the shore in safety, and repaired to a neighbouring house to procure assistance. The others, by clinging to the boat, were driven from the shore by the violence of the wind, and perished. The names of the sufferers were Nathan WESTCOTT and Arnold WESTCOTT, sons of Mr. Nathan WESTCOTT; Moses WESTCOTT, son of Mr. John WESTCOTT, all of Warwick; and Sterry YOUNG, of Scituate, who has left a wife and one child to mourn their irreparable loss. The cries of these unhappy sufferers were distincly heard from the shore, but no boat could be procured to afford them seasonable relief.

May 4, 1810, Vol. II, Issue 57:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on Friday last, Mrs. Ann ARNOLD, wife of Captain Thomas ARNOLD, in the 25th year of her age.

May 8, 1810, Vol. II, Issue 58:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on Tuesday evening last, Mr. Herman C. FISHER, of this town, to Miss Abby GREENE.

July 10, 1810, Vol. II, Issue 76:

MARRIED -- In this town, by the Rev. Mr. GANO, Rev. David CURTIS, of Warwick, to Miss Rhoda KEECH, of Providence.

NOTICE.
The Second Class of the East-Greenwich Road Lottery will commence drawing at East-Greenwich on the third Monday in September next. All persons indebted to either of the Managers for Tickets in the First Class of said Lottery, are requested to make immediate payment without further notice.Thomas TILLINGHAST, Thomas HALL, Benjamin VAUGHAN, Jr., Managers.

August 3, 1810, Vol. II, Issue 83:

TAKE NOTICE.
RUN AWAY from the subscriber an Apprentice black Boy, named Griffen GRUMMUCK, about seventeen years old; had on blue and white striped towcloth trousers, copperas coloured and white striped outside jacket, woollen waistcoat, round hat and boots: This is to forbid all persons harbouring or employing said Apprentice, either by sea or land, on penalty of the law. Whoever will take up, and return him to his master in Warwick, shall receive two cents reward, and no charges paid.
Jonathan GORTON. Warwick, August 2, 1810.

October 16, 1810, Vol. II, Issue 104:

DIED,
-At Warwick, sincerely and deservedly regretted, Captain David ARNOLD, jun. in the 31st year of his age.

December 25, 1810, Vol. III, Issue 20:

MARRIED,
At Coventry, on Thursday evening last, Mr. Ira COLVIN, to Miss Betsy HYDE, daughter of Square (sic) HYDE, of that place.

DIED, At Coventry, on the 22d instant, Mr. Peter COOKE, in the 91st year of his age.

January 29, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 30:

DIED, -At Warwick, on Friday last, Mrs. Sarah HOLDEN, wife of Captain Thomas HOLDEN, in the 36th year of her age. The virtues and characteristick purity, which she ever exemplified, endeared her most strongly to all, who were within the circle of her acquaintance. ...

February 8, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 33:

DIED,
--At Coventry, on Friday last, Mr. Benjamin SUMNER, formerly of Boston, aged 48.
--At East-Greenwich, on the 31st ultimo, suddenly, Mr. Christopher VAUGHAN, in the 76th year of his age; a worth and respectable member of society.

April 16, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 52:

NOTICE.
The Subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate, of the town of East-Greenwich, Commissioners to receive and examine the Claims against the Estate of Henry S. RICE, Mariner, late of said East-Greenwich, deceased, represented insolvent, give notice, that six months from the 26th of January last were allowed by said Court, to the Creditors of said Estate to bring in their Claims; and that we will attend, at our respective dwellings, the time appointed for the purpose.
Stephen FRANKLIN, Jonathan NILES.
All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment, to Samuel RICE, Administrator. East-Greenwich, March 21, 1811.

May 17, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 61:

MARRIED,
-At Suffield, Con. John H. CLARKE, Esq. of this town, to Miss Elizabeth BOWEN, eldest daughter of Col. Ephraim BOWEN, of Warwick.

June 21, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 71:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on Sunday morning last, by the Rev. Mr. CORNELL, Mr. James V. CHILSON, of this town, to Miss Patience BROWN, daughter of Mr. Jonathan BROWN, of the former place.

July 5, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 75:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers, appointed by the Hon. Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, Commissioners to receive and examine the Claims against the Estate of John P. RHODES, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice that six months from the 18th of June last are allowed to the Creditors to bring in and prove their Claims.
Thomas REMINGTON, Jeremiah G. CHADSEY.
All persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment, to
Sarah RHODES, Administratrix. Warwick, July 5, 1811.

July 12, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 77:

DIED,
-At Warwick, Captain Josiah ARNOLD, in the 89th year of his age.

August 2, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 83:

MARRIED -- At Hartford, Mr. William GREENE, of East-Greenwich, to Miss Mary OLNEY, daughter of the late Captain Daniel OLNEY, of this town.

August 6, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 84:

A melancholy accident occurred at East-Greenwich on Saturday last; the particulars, as we are informed, are as follows: As Mr. David CULVER, of Coventry, aged about sixty, and his son aged about twenty years, were collecting Quahogs, on a point of land running out into the harbour, the son not being acquainted with the situation of the bottom, stepped off into the channel, which the father perceiving, immediately went to his assistance, and both having their shirt bosoms filled with Quahogs being unable to swim, were drowned.

MARRIED. - In this town, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. CORNELL, Mr. Daniel FENNER, of Coventry, to Miss Eliza PECKHAM, daughter of Mr. Peter PECKHAM, of this town.

August 27, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 90:

DIED,
-At Woodstock, Con. on the 16th instant, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth ARNOLD, relict of the late James ARNOLD, Esq. of Warwick. The piety and moral virtues which were eminently displayed throughout the protracted life of this venerable lday, rendered her highly interesting to her family and acquaintance. On the Sunday following her remains were respectfully deposited in the family burying ground in Warwick.

September 20, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 97:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on Tuesday last, Captain John LIPPITT, in the 81st year of his age. His remains were interred on Thursday, after an impressive discourse by the Rev. Mr. CROCKER.

October 4, 1811, Vol. III, Issue 101:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
September 25th, 1811.
THE Creditors of Peleg WEAVER, of West-Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Labourer, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General Assembly to be holden at South-Kingstown, on the last Monday of October next, then and there to shew cause, if any they may have, why his Petition for the benefit of an Act, passed in June, 1756, entitled, "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors," ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
October 3, 1811.
THE Creditors of Benjamin M. SMITH, of Warwick, Mariner, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General Assembly to be holden at South-Kingstown, on the last Monday of October instant, then and there to shew cause, if any they may have, why his Petition for the benefit of an Act, passed in June, 1756, entitled, "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors," ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

January 21, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 28:

DIED --At East-Greenwich, on the 17th instant, Miss Mary MORRIS, granddaughter of Mr. John MORRIS, and daughter of the late Mr. Marvin MORRIS, of this town, in the 18th year of her age. The remains were brought to this town, interred in the family burying-ground on Sunday last, after an appropriate prayer by the Rev. Mr. WILSON.

February 11, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 34:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
January 30, 1812.
THE Creditors of James BABSON, of Warwick, in the County of Kent, Blue-Dyer, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General Assembly to be holden at Providence, on the fourth Monday of February next, then and there to shew cause, if any they may have, why his Petition for the benefit of an Act, passed in June, 1756, entitled, "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors," ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

DIED,
-At Warwick, Mr. Stephen TIFFANY, in the 74th year of his age.

February 28, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 39:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers, having been duly appointed Executors of the last Will and Testament of Stephen TIFFANY, late of Warwick, in the County of Kent, deceased, and given bonds according to law, do hereby request all persons having claims against the Estate of the said deceased, to exhibit the same, and those indebted to make immediate payment.
James TIFFANY, Jonathan TIFFANY. Warwick, February 27, 1812.

March 13, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 43:

Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, February 19th, 1812.
KENT, sc.

WHEREAS at the Session of the General Assembly at South-Kingstown, in October last, the benefit of an Act passed in June, A. D. 1756, entitled, "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors," was extended to Benjamin M. SMITH, of Warwick, in the County of Kent, Mariner. NOTICE is therefore hereby given to the Creditors of the said SMITH, to appear, if they see fit, before the said Court, at the term thereof next to be holden at East-Greenwich, in and for the County of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, then and there to nominate Commissioners, or Assignees, on the Estate and Effects of the said SMITH, agreeable to the provisions of said Act.
William BROWN, Clerk.

March 27, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 47:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on Thursday last, Captain Solomon THORNTON, aged 81 years. By the death of this worthy man society are deprived of an useful and honest citizen. On Thursday his remains were respectfully interred, attended by a numerous train of relatives and friends.

March 31, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 48:

MARRIED, In this town, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. GANO, Mr. Philip WEAVER, of Coventry, to Mrs. Mirium KEAN, of this town.

April 17, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 53:

RAN AWAY,
ON Saturday night, the 4th instant an indented Apprentice Boy, named Sylvanus COREY, nineteen years old in November last past; about five feet three inches high, dark complexion, and dark eyes. Had on when he went away a dark short Coat and Cotton Plaid Trowers, and carried away a short Jacket and Trowsers, of grey colour, made of wool, and sundry other clothing. If any person will return said runaway, or give information so that the subscriber may find him, shall receive a reward of Twenty five Cents. and no charges paid. All persons and masters of vessels are forbid harbouring or employing said Apprentice, under the penalty of the law.
Rufus G. SPENCER. Warwick, April 16, 1812.

April 28, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 56:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on Thursday last, after a short illness, Dr. Benjamin SHERMAN, formerly of Swanzey, Mass.

June 16, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 70:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers having been appointed, by the Court of Probate of the town of Coventry, Commissioners to received and examine the Claims against the Estate of John RICE, Esq. late of Coventry, deceased, which Estate is represented Insolvent, hereby give notice to all persons having claims against said Estate, to exhibit them to us within six months from the 4th of May, the time allowed by said Court to receive and examine the same, for which purpose we will meet at the house of Benjamin LEWIS, inholder, in said Coventry, on the last Saturdays in August and September next, at one o'clock, P. M.
Silas WESTCOT, Jeremiah HOPKINS, jr.
All persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment to Joseph RICE, Administrator. Coventry, June 15, 1812.

August 25, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 90:

Notice is hereby given,
THAT the subscribers have duly appointed Administrators on the Estate of James REYNOLDS, late of Warwick, in the County of Kent, deceased, and have taken upon themselves that trust by giving bonds, as the law directs. All persons therefore having demands on the said Estate are requested to exhibit the same, and all persons indebted to said Estate, are hereby called upon the make immediate payment.
Rebecca REYNOLDS, Augustus CARROL. Warwick, August 4, 1812.

September 22, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 98:

Notice is hereby given,
THAT the subscribers have been duly appointed, by the Court of Probate of the town of East Greenwich, Commissioners to receive and allow the claims to the Creditors of the Estate of William COLLINS, late of said East-Greenwich, deceased, testate, which has been represented insolvent. All persons having any demands against said Estate are requested to exhibit and prove the same before us within six months from the 29th of August last, or they will be precluded agreeably to law.
Watson CASEY, James MILLER.
All persons indebted to said Estate, are hereby requested to make immediate payment to the subscriber, who has been duly appointed Administrator, de bonis non, with the will annexed, on the same Estate.
Nathan WHITING, East Greenwich, September 3, 1812.

October 6, 1812, Vol. IV, Issue 102:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, by the Rev. Mr. CURTIS, Mr. Samuel JREAULD, to Miss Clorinda KNIGHT, daughter of Mr. John KNIGHT.

October 16, 1812, Vol. V, Issue 1:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. Mr. JACOBS, Mr. John ARNOLD, jun. of Cranston, to Miss Betsy BATTEY, of the former place.

October 27, 1812, Vol. V, Issue 4:

DIED,
-At Harwich, N. Y. August 23d Elder Abraham LIPPITT, aged 65, formerly of the town of Warwick, in this State. This truly respectable man uniformly supported an exemplary character, and was enabled by the aid of his gracious God to sustain all the ills of life (of which he had an uncommon share) with that fortitude and resignation that become a Christian. He entered the Church of Christ in 1774; was ordained an Elder in 1782, and had the pastoral care of a Church until the time of his death.

December 4, 1812, Vol. V, Issue 15:

MARRIED, At Warwick, by the Rev. Mr. CURTIS, Mr. Perregrin Pinchon FOSTER, to Miss Rebecca BROWN, both of Coventry.

December 18, 1812, Vol. V, Issue 19:

Notice is hereby given,
THAT the subscribers have been duly appointed by the Court of Probate of the town of Coventy. Administration on the Estate of Mary SUMNER, late of said Coventry, widow, deceased, and have taken upon themselves that trust by giving bonds as the law directs: All persons who have any demands against said Estate are hereby requested to present the same; and all persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make payment to
George B. PROCTER, Maria SUMNER, Admin. Coventry, December 17, 1812.

January 8, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 25:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of West-Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of Charles HOPKINS, late of said West-Greenwich, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby call on all persons having demands against said Estate, to exhibit and prove them to us, within six months from the 28th day of December, A. D. 1812, or they will be precluded agreeably to law.
George POTTER, Job HERINGTON, West-Greenwich, January 4, 1813.

February 26, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 39:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on the 18th instant, by the Rev. Mr. CURTIS, Mr. John GREENE, to Miss Ann-Susan GREENE, all of that place.
--On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. CURTIS, Mr. Abner M. WARRINER, of Palmer, Mass to Miss Mary-Ann GREENE, daughter of the late Colonel Job GREENE, of the former place.

March 23, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 46:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
KENT, sc.
Clerk's Office of the Supreme Judicial Court March 16th, 1813.
WHEREAS Lois HALL, of Coventry, in said County of Kent, wife of William HALL, formerly of West-Greenwich, in said county, Weaver, has filed her Petition in said Office, praying for divers reasons therein set forth, that said Court would pass a decree of divorce, disolving the Bonds of Matrimony subsisting between her and her said husband: --Notice is, therefore, hereby given to the said Willaim HALL to appear, if he think fit, before said Court, next to be holden at East-Greenwich, in and for said County of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, then and there to shew cause, if any he may have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
William BROWN, Clerk.

March 26, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 47:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
KENT, sc.
Clerk's Office of the Supreme Judicial Court March 1st, 1813.
WHEREAS the General Assemby of said State, at their last February Session, extended to George ROBINSON, of Warwick, in the County of Kent, an Act passed in June, A. D. 1756, entitled as Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors: -- This is therefore to notify the Creditors of the said George ROBINSON to appear at the next term of the Supreme Judicial Court to be holden at East Greenwich within and for the County of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, to appoint Assignees on the Estate and Effects of the said George ROBINSON.
William BROWN, Clerk.

April 13, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 52:

Copartnership formed.
THE subscribers have entered into a concern in trade, and taken the Store lately occupied by Clark GREENE, Esq. in the town of West-Greenwich, and neighbourhood of Nichold's Mills, where they intend keeping an assortment of West-India and Dry Goods -- Likewise Cotton Yarn of a good quality, and common numbers, to be woven. Liberal encouragement will be given to good Weavers. They respectfully solicit the custom of all those who follow the business of Weaving, all other well disposed citizens.
JOHNSON & RANDAL. April 1, 1813.

NOTICE.
THE subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Coventry, in the County of Kent, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of Reuben BURLINGAME, late of said Coventry, deceased, represented insolvent, do hereby give notice that six months from the fifth day of April instant, are allowed to the Creditors of said Estate to bring in and prove their respective claims; and that we shall attend for the purpose at the house of John REMINGTON, Esq. Innholder in Coventry, on the last Monday in April, May, June, July, August and September next.
John WOODS, jun., Joseph MANCHESTER.
All persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment to Joseph CARY, Administrator, Coventry, April 12, 1813.

MARRIED, At Warwick, by the Rev. Mr. CURTIS, Captain Allen STAFFORD, to Miss Huldah SMITH.

April 23, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 55:

Administratrix's Notice.
THE subscriber having been appointed by the Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, on the first day of March last, Administratrix on the Estate of Pearce BUDLONG, late of Warwick, deceased, and having accepted the trust, and given bonds as the law directs: NOTICE is hereby give, to all indebted to said Estate, to make immediate payment; and those having demands against said deceased's Estate are requested to exhibit and prove the same as soon as may be.
Mary BUDLONG, Adm'x. Warwick, April 22, 1813.

May 11, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 60:

Rhode-Island Manufacturing Co.
THE subscribers having erected a small Cotton Factory in West-Greenwich, under the firm of the Rhode-Island Manufacturing Company, Spin Yarn and Manufacture all kinds of Cloths which are usual in America.
Clark GREEN, Godfrey ARNOLD, Henry R. GREEN, Havens HALL, Gorton W. ARNOLD.

May 18, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 62:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Simon Ray GREENE, Esq. of East-Greenwich, to Miss Harriet WELLS, of the former place.

June 11, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 69:

THE Estate of Josiah RANDALL, late of Coventry, Papermaker, deceased, having been represented insolvent, and six months allowed by the Hon. Court of Probate for the adjustment of the Claims against the Estate: Notice is therefore hereby given by the subscribers, as Commissioners appointed according to law, that they will receive the claims, and adjust the same according to their appointment.
Richard ANTHONY, Joseph MANCHESTER, Elisha WHITMAN.
All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the Administrator duly appointed, Theodore A. FOSTER, Coventry, June 10, 1813.

July 6, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 76:

Administrators' Notice.
THE Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Coventry having appointed the Subscribers Administrators on the Estate of Samuel WALL, Esq. late of said Coventry, deceased, and having given bonds as the law directs -- Notice is therefore given to all persons indebted by note or book account to said Estate to call and settle the same with the Subscribers on or before the twenty-fifth day of July instant.
Mary WALL, Samuel WALL, Beriah WALL. Coventry, July 5, 1813.

July 27, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 82:

DIED,
-At Adams, Mass. on the 5th of July, Mrs. Welthan ARNOLD, consort of Mr. Daniel ARNOLD, and daughter of Thomas HOLDEN, Esq. of Warwick in the 32d year of her age. She bore the lingering approaches of death with patience and christian fortitude, and impressed with a firm belief that an existence of immortality and joy awaited her in the world of spirits.

September 14, 1813, Vol. V, Issue 96:

Estate of ISAAC D. VAUGHN,
of Warwick, in the County of Kent --
Housewright; an insolvent Debtor.
THE HONOURABLE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, at their April Term, A. D. 1813, pursuant to the order of the General Assembly of said State, appointed the Subscribers Commissioners to receive and liquidate the claims of the Creditors to said Estate; and also Assignees of said Estate, to appropriate the same agreeably to the Act of the said General Assembly, passed A. D. 1756, entitled "An Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors." Now, therefore, that the Creditors to said VAUGHN may avail themselves of all advantages resulting from the provision of said Acts, as to their several claims, they are notified of the same, that they may proceed as the Law directs.
Benjamin GREENE, John REMINGTON, Theodore A. FOSTER.

October 22, 1813, Vol. VI, Issue 3:

THIS may certify to all whom it may concern, that Samuel WATSON, of West-Greenwich, had an act, entitled, "an act for the relief of insolvent debtors," passed in the year 1756, extended to him by the General assembly, at their February term, A. D. 1812.
Robert CRANDALL.

November 2, 1813, Vol. VI, Issue 6:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Mr. Israel SMITH, jun. of Cranston, to Miss Vianlaty CHAPPELL, of South-Kingstown.

December 3, 1813, Vol. VI, Issue 15:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, by the Reverend Mr. RICH, Mr. Daniel BATES, of this town, to Miss Susan CASEY, of the former place.

January 4, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 24:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers having been, by the Court of Probate, appointed Administrators, with the will annexed, on the Estate of Moses GIBSON, late of said Coventry, deceased, and given bond for the due performance of said trust, hereby certify all persons having demands upon said Estate, to present the same to either of us, within six months from the 11th instant; and those indebted to said Estate are requested to settle the same without delay.
Esther GIBSON, Leonard LOVE, Coventry, December 30.

February 4, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 33:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers having been, by the honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, appointed Commissioners to receive and allow the claims against the Estate of Nathaniel S. BROWN, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, said Court have allowed Six Months from the date hereof, for that purpose: Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors to said estate, that they exhibit their several claims within the time abovesaid to either of us, according to law.
Charles BRAYTON, Edward G. JERAULD.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to
Thomas HOLDEN, Administrator. Warwick, January 15.

Feb. 18, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 37:

MARRIED, - At East Greenwich, on Sunday last, by the Reverend Mr. RICH, Mr. Martin PEIRCE, to Miss Eliza A. BOYD.

March 4, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 41:

MARRIED.
--At Coventry, on the 22d ultimo, Mr. Stephen LEVALLEY, of Warwick to Miss Marsena WESTCOT, daughter of Mr. Reuben WESTCOT, of Sterling.
--Mr. Benjamin TABOR, of Sterling, to Miss Mary JORDAN, daughter of Mr. Edmund JORDAN, of Coventry.

March 29, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 48:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on the 18th instant, Mrs. Anna LEVALLEY, wife of Mr. John LEVALLEY, late of Warwick, deceased.

April 1, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 49:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc.
Clerk's Office of the Supreme Judicial Court, March 21, 1814.
WHEREAS Martha JOHNSON, resident in Warwick in said County of Kent, wife of Joseph JOHNSON, late of said Warwick, mariner, hath filed her Petition in said office, praying, for certain reasons therein stated, that said Court would pass a Decree of Divorce, dissolving the Bonds of Matrimony subsisting between her and the said Joseph, and grant her such alimony as shall be judged proper. -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the said Joseph, to appear, if he see fit, before our said Court, at the therm thereof to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for our County of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, then and there, to shew cause, if any he may have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.|
William BROWN, Clerk.

May 3, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 58:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on Friday last, Israel ARNOLD, Esq. aged 64 years, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Kent. He sustained the character of an honest man, and died in hopes of a blessed resurrection through Jesus Christ.

May 10, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 60:

NOTICE.
The subscriber having been appointed Executrix of the last Will and Testament of Eldridge NICHOLS, late of East Greenwich, deceased, and having given bonds as the law directs, hereby calls on all who are indebted to his estate to make payment; and all who have demands against said estate are desired to present them for settlement.
Mary NICHOLS. East Greenwich May 5.

Benjamin GREENE, Esq. of Coventry, was appointed a Justice of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Kent, in the room of Israel ARNOLD, Esq. deceased.

June 10, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 69:

DIED, At Coventry, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Sally MATHEWSON, consort of Mr. James MATHEWSON, in the 36th year of her age. ... She was a member of the 6th Principal Baptist Society of Coventry ...

July 1, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 75:

DIED, At Coventry, on Sunday last, Mrs. Sarah HAMMOND, widow of the late Mr. Jonathan HAMMOND, of this town, aged 70 years.

July 8, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 77:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers, having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Coventry, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the estate of John REMINGTON, Esq. late of Coventry, deceased, represented insolvent, do hereby give notice, that six months from the 11th of June instant are allowed to the creditors of the said estate, to bring in and prove their respective claims -- and that we shall attend for that purpose at the house of the said deceased on the last Saturday in July and November next.
Benoni WATERMAN, Anthony TARBOX.
N. B. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to Mary REMINGTON, Adm'x, Coventry, June 29.

September 30, 1814, Vol. VI, Issue 101:

DIED,
-At Warwick, Miss Elizabeth CARR, aged 18, daughter of Mr. Samuel E. CARR, of Newport.

October 21, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 3:

Notice is hereby given,
THAT the subscriber has been appointed by the Court of Probate of the town of East-Greenwich, executor of the last will and testament of Robert HALL, late of East Greenwich, deceased, and has accepted of that trust by giving bond as the law directs. -All persons who are indebted to said estate are called upon to make payment; and all persons having claims against said estate are requested to present the same to
Spencer HALL, Executor, October 4.

November 1, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 6:

DIED,
-At Coventry, Mr. Robert POTTER, a worthy man, whose death is sincerely regretted by all who were acquainted with his merits as a man and a citizen.

November 15, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 10:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on the 4th instant, Mr. Stephen LOW, in the 67th year of his age.

December 6, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 16:

Administratrix's and Commissioners' NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the honourable Court of Probate for the town of Coventry have appointed the undersigned Administratrix on the Estate of Rose ALLENTON, late of said Coventry, deceased, who has qualified herself to act in that capacity agreeable to law: that the said Estate has been represented insolvent; and the said Court have allowed twelve months from this date to the creditors thereof to bring in and prove their respective claims; and have appointed the undersigned Commissioners for the purpose of receiving and allowing said claims. Said Commissioners will attend at the inn of Thomas WATERMAN, in said Coventry, on the first Saturday in December next, on the first Saturday in March in the year ensuing, on the first Saturday in June, and on the first Saturday in September, for the purpose of transacting the business assigned them. The creditors will, therefore, exhibit and prove their demands within the term aforesaid, or they will, agreeably to the law, be excluded.
Benjamin GREEN, Samuel WRIGHT, Commissioners. Rosanna ALLENTON, Ad'x. Coventry, November 28.

December 9, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 17:

DIED,
-At Coventry, on the 14th untimo, Boston CARPENTER, a man of colour, aged about 66 years.

December 13, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 18:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on Tuesday last after a short illness. Mr. Thomas SPENCER in the 56th year of his age; a worthy and respectable citizen.

December 16, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 19:

DIED,
-At Warwick, on Wednesday, Eliza, infant daughter of Major Jonathan TIFFANY.

NOTICE.
ALL persons having Account or Demands whatever against the Estate of Stephen LOW, late of Warwick, deceased, are requested to exhibit the same immediately to John LOW, in said Warwick, Executor to the last Will and Testament of the said Stephen LOW. Also, all persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment.
Warwick, December 8.

December 27, 1814, Vol. VII, Issue 22:

MARRIED,
-At Warwick, on the 18th instant, by the Reverend Mr. LITTLEFIELD Mr. Nicholas BRIGGS, to Miss Harriet BROWN, both of that place.

January 3, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 24:

DIED,
-At Warwick, in the 64th year of her age, Mrs. Mary GREEN, consort of Mr. Thomas R. GREEN.

January 10, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 26:

NOTICE.
THE subscriber hereby gives publick notice that she is appointed Administratrix upon the Estate of Thomas SPENCER, late of Warwick, deceased and has accepted the trust; she therefore requests all persons who are indebted to the Estate of the said deceased to make payment without delay; and also all persons who have claims against the said Estate to exhibit them as soon as may be.
Mary SPENCER. Warwick, Janaury 9.

January 27, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 31:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
January 26, 1815.
THE Creditors of William JAMES, of West Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Labourer, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General Assembly to be holden at East Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, then and there to shew cause, if any they may have, why his petition for the benefit of an Act, passed in June, 1756, entitled "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors," ought not be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
January 25, 1815.
THE Creditors of Malbone MOTT, residing in Warwick, in the County of Kent, Blue-Dier, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General assembly to be holden at East Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, then and there to shew cause, if any they may have, why his petition for the benefit of the Insolvent Act, passed A. D. 1756, ought not be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

February 10, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 35:

DESERTERS.
DESERTED from Fort William Henry, three soldiers of the Rhode-Island State Corps, viz -- Cyril L. MORSE, of Warwick, aged twenty-six years, six feet high, of light complexion, grey eyes, dark hair. Also Jonathan NICHOLS, of Coventry, aged twenty-three years, 5 feet 8 3/4 inches high, dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, by profession a labourer. Also Gideon B. CAPRON, of East-Greenwich, twenty-one years of age, five feet 5 inches high, light complexion, blue eyes, light hair, by profession a seaman. Whoever will apprehend the said deserters and return them to Fort William Henry, or lodge them in jail in Providence, shall receive ten dollars reward for each of them, and necessary charges.
John GLADDING, Commanding Fort William Henry. February 7.

February, 14, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 36:

Notice is hereby given,
THAT the subscriber has been duly appointed by the Court of Probate of the town of East Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Administrator on the Estate of Samuel COLLINS, late of said East-Greenwich, Labourer, deceased, and has accepted that trust, by giving bond, as the law directs. All persons, who are indebted to said Estate, are called upon to make payment; and all persons having claims against said Estate, are requested to present the same to
John LANGFORD, Administrator, East-Greenwich, February 6.

February 17, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 37:

Commissioners' Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick have appointed the subscribers Commissioners to receive, examine and allow the Claims of the several Creditors to the Estate of Thomas ELDREDGE, late of said Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent; and that six months from the 21st of January last are allowed the Creditors of said Estate to exhibit and prove their respective claims, and that due attendance will be give during said period.
Charles BRAYTON, Lovewell SPALDING, Comm's.
All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to
Barbara ELDREDGE, Administratrix. Warwick, February 16.

Commissioners' Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick have appointed the undersigned Commissioners to receive, examine and allow the Claims of the several Creditors of the Estate of John MILLERD, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, and that six months from the 21st of January last are allowed to the Creditors to said Estate to exhibit and prove their respective claims, and the due attendance will be given during the same time. Charles BRAYTON, Nathaniel MILLERD, Comm's.
All persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
John MILLERD, jun. Administrator. Warwick, February 16.

March 3, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 41:

DIED,
-At East Greenwich, after a short but distressing illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Miss Rebeckah TILLINGHAST, eldest daughter of Thomas TILLINGHAST, Esq. in the 50th year of her age.

March 10, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 43:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE undersigned, having been by the Court of Probate for the town of East-Greenwich, appointed commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the estate of Edward CAPRON, late of said East-Greenwich, deceased, represented insolvent, do herby give notice, that six months for the twenty-sixth day of November last, was allowed the creditors of said estate to bring in and prove to either of us their respective claims.
Joseph J. TILLINGHAST, William FRY, Commissioners.
All persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment to Anna CAPRON, Administratrix, East Greenwich, March 2.

MARRIED,
-At Pawtuxet, by the Rev. Mr. JACOBS, Mr. John R. BURROUGHS, of Warwick, to Miss Mary PHILLIPS, of Warren.

DIED,
--At Coventry, on the 28th ultimate, of an inflammation of the breast Mrs. Lucy PARMELE, in the 59th year of her age. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Society, and her life was conformable to the religion she professed, and exhibited to her family and friends an example of piety and the Christian virtues -- her firm faith in the merits of her Redeemer, tranquilized her last moments, and cheered the dark passage to the tomb. She has left a husband and children to lament their irreparable loss.
--At East-Greenwich, Mr. George FREEBORN, aged 74 years.

March 21, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 46:

KENT, sc.
Clerk's Office of the Supreme Judicial Court, March 9th, A. D. 1815.
WHEREAS William BRIGHTMAN, of Warwick, in the County of Kent, Mariner, has this day lodged in said Office the doings of the Horourable General Assembly at their session in February last, granting him the benefit of an Act, made and passed in June, A. D. 1756 entitled "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors:" -- This is therefore to give notice to the Creditors of the said William BRIGHTMAN that they appear, if they see fit, at the Supreme Judicial Court, next to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the County of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, to nominate Commissioners to receive and distribute the effects of the said William BRIGHTMAN.
William BROWN, Clerk.

March 31, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 49:

DIED,
-At Coventry, on Wednesday, Mrs. Sally TRUMAN, wife of Mr. John TRUMAN, aged 39 years.

April 11, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 52:

Notice is hereby given,
THAT the subscriber has been appointed by the Court of Probate, of the town of East-Greenwich, Executor of the last will and testament of Susannah WEEDEN, late of said East-Greenwich, widow, deceased, and has accepted of that trust by giving bonds, as the law directs. All persons, who are indebted to said Estate, are called upon to make payment; and all persons having claims against said Estate, are requested to present same to
Stephen BRIGGS, jur. Executor. Warwick, Stone Factory, April 10.

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. April 10, 1815.
THE Creditors of James M. PARKERSON, of Coventry, Merchant, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General Assembly, to be holden at Newport, on the first Wednesday of May next, then and there to shew cause if any they may have, why his petition for the benefit of an act, passed in June, 1756, entitled "An act for the relief of insolvent debtors," ought not to be granted. Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. April 10, 1815.
THE Creditors of John RICE, of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Merchant, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General Assembly, to be holden at Newport, on the first Wednesday of May next, then and there to shew cause if any they may have, why his petition for the benefit of an act, passed in June, 1756, entitled "An act for the relief of insolvent debtors," ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

May 12, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 61:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on Sunday evening, Dr. Joseph CAREY, in the 42d year of his age. He was an affectionate husband, an indulgent father, and an active and skilfull physician.

Commissioners' Notice.
WE the subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the estate of George FREEBORN, late of said Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, do hereby give notice, that nine months from the date hereof are allowed to the creditors of the said estate, to bring in and prove their respective claims; and that we shall attend for that purpose at the dwelling-house of James MILLER, in East-Greenwich, on the third Saturday in each month, in the afternoon.
James MILLER, Philip PEIRCE.
All persons who are indebted to the estate of the said deceased are requested to make payment without delay, to
Thomas HOWLAND, Adm'x. East-Greenwich, May 11.

May 16, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 62:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Friday last, in the 40th year of his age, Captain Anthony SHAW, for several years a respectable nautical commander from this port. In the death of this worthy man society has lost a valuable and highly esteemed member, his wife a tender and affectionate husband, and his children a fond and indulgent parent. ... On Sunday, his remains were conveyed to Providence and respectfully interred in the west burying-ground, attended by the members of St. John's Lodge, the independent company of Marine Artillery, and numerous train of sympathizing relative and friends.

May 19, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 63:

DIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Benjamin CONGDON, in the 52d year of his age -- a worthy and respectable citizen.

May 30, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 66:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Mr. Thomas GREENE, to Miss Ann HARRISON, both of that place.

June 13, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 70:

DIED,
-In Washington (N. C.) on the 27th ultimo, in the 45th year of his age, Captain Benjamin D. GREENE, of Coventry, R. I. He was an active and experienced nautical commander, an honest and industrious citizen, a kind husband and a tender parent. He has left a widow and one child to lament their loss.

July 18, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 80:

Ten Dollars Reward.
ON Wednesday last, deserted from the house of the late Benjamin D. GREENE, in Coventry, and from the custody of the subscriber, a young woman, named Sally HAMILTON, between 16 and 17 years old. She was apprehended and convicted of theft; and to prevent detection very frequently calls herself Sally TILLY. She is short, thick set, has light complexion, light brown hair, small blue eyes, and round features. She had on a blue chambray frock, a white round kerchief, &c. The above reward will be given to whoever will apprehend her, and give information to the subscriber in Coventry, so that the sentence of the law may be executed.
James POTTER, Deputy Sheriff. Coventry, July 17.

July 21, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 81:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
KENT, SC. Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas, July 17. A. D. 1815
WHEREAS Jeremiah BRIGGS, of East-Greenwich, in the County of Kent, has filed in this Office an Act of the General Assembly of this State, at the June Session, A. D. 1800, granting him the benefit of an Act made and passed in June, 1756, entitled "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors:" These are therefore to notify the Creditors of the said Jermiah BRIGGS, that they be and appear, if they see cause, at the Court of Common Pleas and General sessions of the Peace, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the County of Kent, on the third Monday of August next, then and there to nominate Commissioners to receive and distribute the Estate and Effects of the said Jeremiah, as the law directs.
Joseph J. TILLINGHAST, Clerk.

August 1, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 84:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Salfear WHITFORD, wife of Mr. Casey WHITFORD, aged 42 years. ... Her infant children have lost a faithful guide, and the world one of the brightest examples of female duty.

August 29, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 92:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. August 26, 1815.
THE Creditors of Phyletus WHEELOCK, of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Labourer, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall think fit, at the General Assembly to be holden at South-Kingstown, on the last Monday of October next, then and there to shew cause, if any they may have, why his petition for the benefit of an act, passed in June, 1756, entitled, "An Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors," ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. WALDO, Dr. James V. TURNER, of East-Greenwich, to Miss Catharine R. GREENE, of the former place, eldest daughter of Hon. Ray GREENE, formerly Senator in Congress, from this State.

September 8, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 95:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers having been appointed, by the Honourable Court of Probate, of the town of Coventry, Commissioners, to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of Jacob V. GREENE, late of Coventry, deceased, represented insolvent, do hereby give notice, that six months from the 2d day of September instant, are allowed to the Creditors to bring in and prove their claims. We therefore hereby give, notice, that we will attend on said business, at the Inn of the late Benjamin D. GREENE, in Coventry, on the last Saturday of every month during said time.
Richard ANTHONY, Elisha WHITMAN.
All persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Joseph MANCHESTER, Executor. September 7.

September 29, 1815, Vol. VII, Issue 101:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Catharine LOW, wife of Mr. Charles LOW, aged 47 years. Her virtuous life was devoted to domestick duties, and she approved herself the best of wives, and the most affectionate of mothers. He illness was protracted and distressing, but her patience and resignation were commensurate with her sufferings. Funeral this afternoon, at two o'clock, when her relatives and friends are requested to attend, without further invitation.

October 24, 1815, Vol. VIII, Issue 4:

DIED,
-In New-Orleans, on the 29th of August last, in the 21st year of his age, Mr. Charles W. GREENE, of Warwick. ...

November 7, 1815, Vol. VIII, Issue 8:

NOTICE.
THE Honourable Court of Probate for the District of Pomfret hath allowed six months from the 1st of October instant, for the Creditors of Abraham CHURCHILL, late of Coventry, in the State of Rhode-Island, deceased, to bring in their claims against said deceased's Estate, or be debarred recovery according to law. All persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment.
Nabby CHURCHILL, Administratrix. October 27.

November 14, 1815, Vol. VIII, Issue 10:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Thursday last, suddenly, Mrs. Anna LOCKWOOD, in the 30th year of her age, consort of Captain Amos LOCKWOOD, and eldest daughter of Captain Nathan WESTCOTT.
-In East-Greenwich, on the 25th ultimo, Miss Rebecca GREENE, of Coventry, after a lingering complaint, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, in hopes of glorious immortality.

November 21, 1815, Vol. VIII, Issue 12:

Commissioners' Notice.
WHEREAS the subscribers were, by the Court of Common Pleas, holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the County of Kent, on the third Monday of August, A. D. 1815, appointed Commissioners or Assignees on the Estate of John HULL, of Warwick, Baker, who has obtained the benefit of an Act passed in June, 1756, entitled "An Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors:" Notice is therefore given to the Creditors of said John to exhibit and prove to us their respective claims within nine months from the 26th day of August, A. d. 1815, or they will be precluded according to law.
Joseph J. TILLINGHAST, John BROWN, Edward G. JERAULD.

November 28, 1815, Vol. VIII, Issue 14:

Commissioners' Notice.
WHEREAS the subscribers were, by the Court of Common Pleas, holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the County of Kent, on the third Monday of August, A. D. 1815, appointed Commissioners or Assignees on the Estate of Edward FENNER, of Warwick, in the County of Kent, House-wright, who has obtained the benefit of an Act passed in June, 1756, entitled "An Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors:" Notice is therefore given to the Creditors of said Edward to exhibit and prove to us their respective claims within nine months from the 26th day of August, A. d. 1815, or they will be precluded according to law.
Joseph J. TILLINGHAST, John BROWN, Edward G. JERAULD.

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
KENT, sc.
Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas, November 16, A. D. 1815.
WHEREAS the General Assembly, at their October session last past, extended the benefit of an Act passed in June, A. D. 1756, entitled "An Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors," to Thomas HUGHES, of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Esquire: Notice Notice is therefore hereby given to the Creditors of said Thomas to appear before the Justices of said Court at the term thereof next to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the county of Kent, on the third Monday of January next, then and there, if they see fit, to nominate Commissioners to receive an assignment of the said Thomas' Estate, agreeably to the provisions of the law in such case made and provided.
Joseph J. TILLINGHAST, Clerk.

January 9, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 26:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of Christopher G. HUGHES, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent -- do hereby give notice, that six months from the 16th day of December are allowed to the Creditors of the said Estate to bring in and prove their respective claims; and that we shall attend for that purpose, at our several places of abode, and at Messrs. Caleb ATWOOD & Son's Inn, in said Warwick, on the 24th day of April next.
Reuben WHITMAN, Elisha BROWN, Commissioners.
All those who are indebted to the said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Mr. John L. HUGHES, in Providence, or to Thomas EDDY, Administrator.

NOTICE.
THE subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of John SMITH, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent -- do hereby give notice, that six months from the 16th day of December last are allowed to the Creditors of the said Estate to bring in and prove their respective claims; and that we shall attend for that purpose, at our several places of abode, and at Messrs. Caleb ATWOOD & Son's Inn, in said Warwick, on the 24th day of April next.
Thomas EDDY, Elisha HARRIS, Commissioners.
All those who are indebted to the said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Archibald TYLER, Adm'r. Warwick, January 3.

January 12, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 27:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on the 1st instant, by the Reverend Mr. CURTIS, Captain William HARRISON, to Miss Catharine WARNER, both of that town.
--On Sunday last, Captain Peleg CONGDON, to Miss Mary REMINGTON, both of that town.

January 23, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 30:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 9th instant, Mr. John LEWIS, Junior, in the 36th year of his age.
-In East-Greenwich, Colonel William ARNOLD, aged about 72 years, a gentleman highly respected. He was many years keeper of a publick house in that place, and his death is justly regretted by an extensive circle of friends and acquaintance.

January 26, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 31:

Administrators' Notice.
THE subscribers hereby give publick notice, that they are appointed Administrators upon the Estate of Christopher GREENE, jun. late of Warwick, Merchant, deceased, and have accepted of the trust. They therefore request all persons who are indebted to the Estate of the said deceased, to make payment without delay; and also all persons who have claims against the said Estate, to exhibit them as soon as may be.
Christopher GREENE, Franklin GREENE. Warwick, January 25.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Monday, the 15th instant, at 6, P. M. George Leonard, aged 3 years; on Tuesday, at 1, A. M. Julia-Ann, aged 7 years; and on Thursday, Hannah-Ann-Frances, aged 5 years; children of Mr. George ELDRICH, a man of colour.

February 9, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 35:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Friday last, after a long and distressing illness, which she bore with exemplary patience and resignation, Mrs. Selene EDDY, consort of Thomas EDDY, Esq. in the 30th year of her age. ...

February 13, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 36:

MARRIED.
-In this town, on Sunday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. BAKER, Mr. John GLAZIER, of East-Greenwich, to Mrs. Hannah MITCHELL, of this town.
-In Warwick, by the Reverend Mr. JACOBS, Mr. James BATES, of Coventry, to Miss Elizabeth ARNOLD, of the former place.

DIED.
-In Coventry, Mrs. Lydia HILLS, aged 26 years, wife of Mr. James A. HILLS. Also Susan, infant daughter of Mr. James A. HILLS.

March 8, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 43:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc.
Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, March 4, A. D. 1816
WHEREAS Anna HARVEY, wife of Frederick HARVEY, of North-Kingstown, in the county of Washington, late resident in Warwick, in the county of Kent, Cordwainer, hath filed her petition in said Office praying, for certain reasons therein stated, that said court would pass a Decree of Divorce in her favour, and grant her such alimony as may be deemed just: -- Notice is therefore hereby given to said Frederick HARVEY, to appear, if he see fit, at our Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for said county on the second Monday of April next, then and there to respond unto the said petition.
W. BROWN, Clerk.

March 29, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 49:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Wednesday evening last, after a short illness, which he bore with almost _nnexampled resignation, Mr. Charles A. BRAYTON, in the 16th year of his age, eldest son of Charles BRAYTON, Esq. His funeral will be solemnized to-morrow afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his father's dwelling.
-In Clarendon, Ver. on the 15th instant, after a very short and severe illness, Mr. Thomas RICE, Jun. aged 35 years. He was the youngest son of Thomas RICE, Esq. formerly of Warwick in this State.

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Mr. Joseph F. ARNOLD, to Miss Sally W. RICE, only daughter of the late Captain William RICE, both of that place.
--On Monday evening last, by the same, Mr. Nathan FISK, of Northborough, Mass. to Miss Sally-Ann ARNOLD, eldest daughter of Joseph ARNOLD, Esq. of the former place.

April 12, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 53:

DIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Oliver COREY, in the 73d year of his age.

April 16, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 54:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 8th instant, after a lingering illness, Mr. John WARNER, only son of the late Thomas WARNER, Esq. in the 23d year of his age. The premature exit of this young gentleman is a source of deep regret to his numerous friends, and a most afflicting bereavement to his widowed mother and surviving sisters.

April 23, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 56:

DIED,
-In Warwwick, Mrs. Harriet MANCHESTER, wife of Mr. William C. MANCHESTER, and daughter of the late Mr. John WARNER, of that town, in the 23d year of her age. She was the last survivor of a numerous family of children, all of whom, died of consumption.

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers, having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Commissioners to receive, examine and allow the Claims of the Creditors to the Estate of Thomas HATHAWAY, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice to said Creditors to exhibit the same to either of us within six months from the 4th instant, and that we will receive the said claims at any time during said period, at our respective dwellings. Charles BRAYTON, Joseph BURTON, Commissioners.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to
Joseph MANCHESTER, Adm'r.

May 10, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 61:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers, having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Commissioners to receive, examine and allow the Claims of the Creditors to the Estate of Abner M. WARRENER, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice to said Creditors to exhibit the same to either of us within six months from the 20th instant, that being the time allowed by said Court, and that we will receive the said Claims at any time during the said period, at our respective dwellings.
Charles BRAYTON, of Warwick; John BALDWIN, of Coventry.
All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to
Mary Ann WARRENER, Adm'x. Warwick, May 2.

June 11, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 70:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday last, Mrs. Ann LOW, wife of Colonel John LOW, and eldest daughter of the late Jeremiah LIPPITT, Esq. aged 80 years -- a lady justly esteemed for her many virtues, and highly respected for her genuine piety. Her funeral will be solemnized from her husband's house this afternoon, at 2 o'clock.

July 9, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 78:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 12th ultimo, after a long and distressing illness, Mrs. Mary A. BAKER, consort of Mr. Elisha BAKER, and daughter of Mr. Joseph HINES, aged 26 years.

August 2, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 85:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. -- July 30, 1816.
THE Creditors of Worham SUNDERLAND, of Warwick, Blue-Dier, are herby notified to appear at the General assembly to be holden at Providence, on the last Monday of October next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act, passed in June, 1756, entitled "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors," ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

August 9, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 87:

DIED,
-In Coventry, yesterday morning, in the 34th year of her age, Mrs. Mary WATERMAN, wife of Mr. Caleb WATERMAN. She has left an afflicted husband and seven small children to lament this affecting dispensation of Divine Providence.

August 13, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 88:

DIED,
-In Coventry, Mr. Ezekiel BENNETT, in the 81st year of his age; an industrious citizen.
-In Warwick, on the 2d instant, Mr. Job W. HILL, in the 25th year of his age; a very promising young man, whose premature decease is universally regretted.
--On the 6th instant, after a long and distressing illness, Captain Benjamin GREENE, in the 43d year of his age. For the loss of this active and worthy citizen, the publick must mingle their regrets with those of his afflicted family. His domestick and social virtues, secured him many friends. For many years he had been a member of the Masouick Institution, and indefatigably laborious in the promotion of its tenets, and the welfare of mankind. On the 8th instant, a large and respectable number of Brethren, duly formed, proceeded from his late dwelling-house, to the place of interment, where the last tribute of respect was paid to his mortal remains. He left a disconsolate widow and two endearing children to mourn their loss.

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. David MATHEWSON, of Coventry, to Miss Sarah SHEARMAN, of Warwick, eldest daughter of Mr. John SHEARMAN, of the latter place.

August 23, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 91:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. -- August 16, 1816.
THE Creditors of Thomas ARNOLD, Jun. of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Mariner, are herby notified to appear at the General assembly to be holden at Providence, on the last Monday of October next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act, passed in June, 1756, entitled "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors," ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

September 6, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 95:

DIED,
-In Plainfield, Con. on the 27th ultimo, in the 20th year of his age, Nathaniel C. BOWEN, son of Colonel John BOWEN of Coventry. ...

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, Commissioners, to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of Benjamin GREENE, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that six months from the 26th ultimo, are allowed to the creditors, to bring in and prove their respective claims to either of the subscribers, but should any of the claims so presented, appear to require more than ordinary investigation, a time and place for much investigation will be assigned, and due notice thereof given, as well for the satisfaction of those interested as for the Commissioners.
Thomas ARNOLD, of B., Charles BRAYTON, Job SMITH, Commissioners.
All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Penelope GREENE, Administratrix. Warwick, September 2.

September 20, 1816, Vol. VIII, Issue 99:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. CURTIS, Captain Stephen SMITH, Jun. of Providence, to Miss Mary-Ann TILLEY, of Newport, daughter of the late Thomas TILLEY, of the latter place.

October 15, 1816, Vol. IX, Issue 2:

NOTICE.
KNOW all men by these presents, that, whereas I, Rebecca GREENE, of Coventry, in the county of Kent, Administratrix on the Estate of Benjamin D. GREENE, late of said Coventry, deceased, did, soon after I was appointed to that trust, give to Job GREENE, Esq. and Job GREENE, Jun. of said Coventry, each a power of Attorney, authorizing them to transact business in my behalf, as therein specified; Now, therefore, be it known, that I, the said Rebecca GREENE, do hereby revoke and disannul the aforesaid powers of attorney, and shall not, for the day of the date hereof, hold myself accountable for any business they, or either of them may transact by virtue of said authority.
Rebecca GREENE. Coventry, October 14.

October 22, 1816, Vol. IX, Issue 4:

DIED,
-Drowned -- on Tuesday last, while fishing with an elder brother, about one mile from the shore at Potowomut, near East-Greenwich, Mr. Thomas LUTHER, of Warwick, aged about 21 years. His body has not yet been found. He had in his pocket a watch and about $50 in gold. Any information that may be the means of discovering the body of the deceased, will be gratefully received by his distressed parents, resident in Warwick, near the Arkwright Factory.

October 25, 1816, Vol. IX, Issue 5:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 7th instant, in the 87th year of his age, Colonel Aaron BOWEN -- a patriot and very active supporter of the American Revolution, having filled several important publick stations with usefulness to his country. In the decline of life he bore, with exemplary patience, infirmity and disease, having lost his eye-sight entirely, eleven years before his death.

October 29, 1816, Vol. IX, Issue 6:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on the 19th instant, Colonel Jeremiah McGRIEGIER, to Miss E_ipha NICHOLS, daughter of Jonathan NICHOLS, Esq.

November 8, 1816, Vol. IX, Issue 9:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on the evening of the 31st ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. FARNUM, Mr. Ebenezer RICE, to Miss Sally BATES, second daughter of Mr. Asa BATES, of that town.

December 20, 1816, Vol. IX, Issue 21:

DIED,
-On Monday last, at his seat in Warwick, Captain Samuel BUDLONG, after a long and tedious illness, which he bore with fortitude and resignation, in the 84th year of his age. On Wednesday his funeral was attended by a very numerous assemblage of sympathizing friends and relations; and a very solemn and impressive sermon was delivered by the Rev. Mr. JACOBS.

MARRIED,
-In North-Kingstown, on Sunday evening, 1st instant, by the Rev. Mr. GARDNER, Moses MAWNEY, Esq. of East-Greenwich, to Miss Betsey ARNOLD, of the former place.

January 3, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 25:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations -- December 31, 1816.
THE creditors of Allen STAFFORD, of Warwick, machine maker, are hereby notified to appear at the General Assembly to be holden at East-Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, for the relief of insolvent debtors, ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

January 14, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 28:

NOTICE.
WHEREAS the Honourable Probate Court for the town of Coventry, has given a further time of three months from the 20th day of November last for the creditors to the estate of Reuben ABBOTT, late of said Coventry, deceased, to exhibit their claims against said estate: -- Notice is therefore hereby given that we the subscribers, Commissioners, will meet for that purpose at the inn of Rebecca GREENE, in said Coventry, on Saturday the 18th day of January instant, and on Thursday the 20th day of February next.
Elisha WHITMAN, Thomas REMINGTON, 3d. Coventry, January 13.

January 24, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 31:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations -- January 21, 1817.
THE creditors of Bennett BRIGGS, of Providence, new residing in Warwick, in the county of Kent, Labourer, are hereby notified to appear at the General Assembly to be holden at East-Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, for the relief of insolvent debtors, ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations -- January 21, 1817.
THE creditors of Edmund BRIGGS, of Providence, new residing in Warwick, in the county of Kent, Mariner, are hereby notified to appear at the General Assembly to be holden at East-Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, for the relief of insolvent debtors, ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

January 28, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 32:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations -- January 25, 1817.
THE Creditors of Pardon B. HOWARD, of Warwick, Blue-Dier, are hereby notified to appear at the General Assembly to be holden at East-Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, for the relief of insolvent debtors, ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

January 31, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 33:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations -- December 31, 1816.
THE Creditors of Allen STAFFORD, of Warwick, machine maker, are hereby notified to appear at the General Assembly to be holden at East-Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, for the relief of insolvent debtors, ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

February 14, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 37:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations -- January 20, 1817.
THE Creditors of Lovwell SPALDING, of Warwick, Cabinet-maker, are hereby notified to appear at the General Assembly to be holden at East-Greenwich, on the third Monday of February next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, for the relief of insolvent debtors, ought not to be granted.
Samuel EDDY, Sec'ry.

March 4, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 42:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers hereby give publick notice, that they are appointed Executors of the last will and testament of Stephen FRANKLIN, late of East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, gentleman, deceased, and have accepted of that trust, and given bond as the law directs. We therefore request all persons who are indebted to the estate of the said deceased, to make payment without delay; and also all persons, who have claims against the said estate, to exhibit them as soon as may be.
Thomas FRY, Daniel STANTON. East-Greenwich, March 3.

March 28, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 49:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 21st instant, John COLEGROVE, Esq. in the 74th year of his age. His funeral was solemnized on Sunday the 23d, at his late residence, where an appropriate and pathetick discourse was delivered on the occasion by the Rev. Amos WELLS, to a numerous and affected audience, from Matthew XI. 29.

April 29, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 58:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Richard W. GREENE, Esq. to Eliza W. ANTHONY.

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the morning of the 6th instant, in the 64th year of her age, Mrs. Mary MANCHESTER, wife of Joseph MANCHESTER, Esq.

June 10, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 70:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Colonel Jeremiah GREENE, to Miss Sarah LITTLEFIELD, daughter of the Rev. Mr. LITTLEFIELD, all of that town.

July 22, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 82:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
KENT, SC. Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas, May 25, A. D. 1817.
WHEREAS the General assembly of this State, at their February session last past, extended to James SWEET, Jun. of East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Cordwainer, the benefit of an Act made and passed in June, 1756, entitled "An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors:" --Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of the said James, to appear, if they see cause, before the Justices of our Court of Common Pleas, next to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for our said county of Kent, on the third Monday of August next, to nominate Commissioners to receive an assignment of his estate according to law.
Joseph J. TILLINGHHAST, Clerk.

July 25, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 83:

One Hundred Dollars Reward.
WHEREAS on the night of the 13th instant, the House of the subscriber in Coventry, R. I. was forcibly entered by three Villains and robbed of about Ninety Dollars, partly in Silver and partly in Bills; one pair of old-fashioned Gold Ear Rings with knobs, and two pair of men's Shoes. -- Now therefore, to induce the apprehension of said Villains, I hereby promise to pay upon their apprehension and conviction the aforesaid sum of One Hundred Dollars.
Thomas CRUFF. Coventry, July 17.

August 19, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 90:

DIED.
- In Coventry, on the 11th instant, Judge Thomas REMINGTON, in the 70th year of his age.

September 12, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 97:

DIED,
-In Coventry, suddenly, on the 1st instant, of paralytick paroxysm, Matthew MANCHESTER, Esq. aged 47 years. Through life he was remarkably industrious, and maintained the character of an honest man.

September 16, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 98:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 16th ultimo, Miss Hannah REMINGTON, eldest daughter of the late J. REMINGTON, Esq. in the 20th year of her age.

September 30, 1817, Vol. IX, Issue 102:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Friday morning the 10th instant, after a short but most distressing illness, John CLAPP, Esq. in the 64th year of his age - a worthy and respectable citizen. ... On Sunday his remains were deposited in the family burying-ground, attended by a very large concourse of relatives and friends.

October 21, 1817, Vol. X, Issue 4:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 10th instant, Miss Catharine RICE, in the 17th year of her age, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Tibbits RICE.
-In Warwick, on the 16th instant, Elisha WHITMAN, Esq. in the 89th year of his age. He had been a member of the Baptist Society upwards of 50 years, and was a worthy and respectable citizen.

November 7, 1817, Vol. X, Issue 9:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Saturday last, Mary-Eliza, only daughter of Mr. Whipple ARNOLD, aged 4 years and 2 months.

November 21, 1817, Vol. X, Issue 13:

NOTICE.
WHEREAS my wife, Phebe ARNOLD, has left my bed and board, this is to give notice that I will pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
Elisha ARNOLD (S. J.) Coventry, November 13.

November 28, 1817, Vol. X, Issue 15:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. MANCHESTER, Mr. Joseph MANCHESTER, Jun. to Miss Julia Ann HAVENS, both of Coventry.

December 2, 1817, Vol. X, Issue 16:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 17th instant, Charles HOLDEN, Esq. in the 81st year of his age.

January 13, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 28:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. -- Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas, East-Greenwich, December 27th, A. D. 1817.
WHEREAS the General Assembly, at their October session last past, extended to Richard EDWARDS of Coventry, now residing in East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Cooper, the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, entitled "an act for the relief of insolvent debtors:" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of the said Richard to appear before the Justices of our Court of Common Pleas, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for our county of Kent, on the third Monday of January next, to nominate Commissioners to receive and assignment of his estate and effects as the law directs.
J. J. TILLINGHAST, Clerk.

January 16, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 29:

MARRIED,
-In Lyme, Con. Mr. Job HAMILTON, of Warwick, to Miss Hetty WARREN, of the former place.

January 23, 1818, Vol X, Issue 31:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. CURTIS, Mr. Thomas CLAPP, to Miss Hannah SMITH, both of that town.

March 10, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 44:

DIED. In Coventry, Mr. Dauphin S. HINES, aged 27 years.

March 24, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 48:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on Thursday evening last, by Elder TILLINGHAST, Mr. Augustus BOWEN, to Miss Sarah COOKE, both of that town.

May 1, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 59:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
PROVIDENCE, sc. -- Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas, April 30, 1818.
WHEREAS the General Assembly, at February session last past, extended to Godfrey PIERCE, of Coventry, the benefit of an act passed in June, 1756, entitled "an act for the relief of insolvent debtors:" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of the said PIERCE to appear before the Justices of the said Court, at the term thereof next to be holden at Providence, within and for the county of Providence, on the fourth Monday of May next (if they see fit) to nominate Commissioners, to receive an assignment of said PIERCE's estate, agreeably to law.
W. R. DANFORTH, Clerk.

June 2, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 68:

DIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Nathan BRIGGS, son of Mr. John BRIGGS, Jun. of that town, in the 23d year of his age.
-In Norwich, Mrs. Hannah BOWEN, aged 37 years, wife of Mr. Aaron BOWEN, a native of East-Greenwich.

June 16, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 72:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on the 8th instant, Mr. Thaddeus CURTIS, of Bellingham, Mass. to Miss Vienna DARLING, of this town.
--Mr. James BATES, to Miss Ann _. ARNOLD, daughter of Mr. Simon ARNOLD, all of that town.
--On the 7th instant, by the Reverend Mr. TATEM, William C. MANCHESTER, Esquire, to Miss Susan HARRIS, of Cranston, daughter of the late Andrew HARRIS, Esquire of the former place.
-In Coventy, on the 28th ultimo, by the Reverend Mr. STONE, Mr. William WATERMAN Jun. to Miss Amey BOWEN, daughter of Asaph BOWEN, Esquire.

July 21, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 82:

DIED,
-In Coventry, of consumption, after a long illness, Mrs. Phebe HINES, wife of Joseph HINES, Esquire, in the 49th year of her age.

August 11, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 88:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on Sunday last, Mr. Luther RIDER, Merchant, to Miss Polly PECK, youngest daughter of Major Samuel PECK, all of that place.

August 18, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 90:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. James GREENE, to Mrs. Deborah COLE.

August 25, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 92:

DIED,
-John H. LOW, mariner, of Warwick, died on the 17th ultimo, at St. Jago de Cuba.

August 28, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 93:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 19th instant, Miss Martha L. BRAYTON, in the 24th year of her age. She was highly esteemed and much respected, by all who knew her, for her amiable disposition and correct deportment.

September 8, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 96:

KENT, sc.
Clerk's Office of the Supreme Judicial Court, County of Kent,
WHEREAS Martha WHITFORD, wife of Thomas WHITFORD, late of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Merchant, hath filed her petition in said Office, praying, for certain reasons therein set forth, that the marriage covenant existing between her and her said husband may be annulled, and a divorce decreed in her favour, and that alimony may be assigned to her. Notice is therefore hereby given to the said Thomas WHITFORD to appear at the next Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, on the first Monday of October next, to show cause, if any he hath, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
Witness, Caleb GERALD, Clerk. East-Greenwich, August 31.

September 29, 1818, Vol. X, Issue 102:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Thursday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. TATEM, Mr. Edward B. HARRIS, of Cranston, to Miss Maria A. GREENE, of the former place.

October 16, 1818, Vol. XI, Issue 3:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 11th instant, Augustus Gardiner, infant son of Mr. Samuel G. BOWEN.

December 11, 1818, Vol. XI, Issue 19:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on Sunday evening last, by the Reverend Levi WALKER, Colonel Job GREENE, Jun. of Coventry, to Miss Ann B. WARRING, daughter of the late Captain Hambleton WARRING, of North Carolina.

December 25, 1818, Vol. XI, Issue 23:

MARRIED,
-In Scituate, on Thursday evening, the 17th instant, by the Reverend Henry TATEM, Mr. Remington ARNOLD, Jun. of Warwick, to Miss Betsey ARNOLD, eldest daughter of Mr. Sion ARNOLD, of the former place.

January 1, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 25:

The State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --- Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas, December 19, 1818.
WHEREAS the General Assembly, at October session last, extended to Thomas WILBOUR, of Warwick, in said county, House Carpenter, the benefit of an act, passed in June, 1756, entitled, "An act for the relief of insolvent debtors" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of said Thomas to appear before the Justices of said Court, at the term thereof next to be holden in East-Greenwich, on the 3d Monday of January next (if they see fit) to nominate Commissioners to receive an assignment of the said Thomas' estate, according to law.
John G. MAWNEY, Clerk.

January 29, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 33:

DIED,
-In this town, on Tuesday last, Miss Freelove REMINGTON, daughter of the late Mr. John REMINGTON, of Coventry, aged 19 years. -- Funeral, this forenoon, at 9 o'clock, for the house of Captain Charles STEWART, in Westminster Street.

February 9, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 36:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, by the Reverend Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Colonel Ray G. ALLEN, of North-Kingstown, to Miss Emma WATERMAN, second daughter of Mr. John WATERMAN, of the former place.

February 16, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 38:

DIED,
-In Warwick, very suddenly, Mr. Daniel WHITMAN, in the 62d year of his age.

March 9, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 44:

MARRIED,
-In North-Providence, by the Reverend Mr. TOBEY, Mr. William L. PECK, of Coventry, to Miss Henrietta HUTCHENS, daughter of Mr. Richard HUTCHENS.

The State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --- Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas, January 29, 1819.
WHEREAS the General Assembly, at October session last, extended to Thomas ARNOLD, Jun. of Warwick, in said county, mariner, the benefit of an act, passed in June, 1756, entitled, "An act for the relief of insolvent debtors" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of said Thomas ARNOLD, Jun. to appear before the Justices of said Court, at the term thereof next to be holden in East-Greenwich, within and for said county of Kent, on the second Monday of April next (if they see fit) to nominate Commissioners to receive an assignment of said Thomas' Estate, according to law.
Caleb GERALD, Clerk.

March 16, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 46:

NOTICE.
THE subscriber hereby gives notice, that she has been duly appointed, by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of East Greenwich, Administratrix on the Estate of Augustus M. GARDINER, late of said East-Greenwich, deceased, and has accepted such appointment. All persons indebted to the Estate of said deceased are requested to make payment, and all persons having claims against said Estate will please to present the same to her.
Catherine GARDNER. East-Greenwich, March 15.

April 6, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 52:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, in the County of Kent.
WHEREAS Sarah-Ann CARTER, of East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, wife of John CARTER, late of said East-Greenwich, Mariner, hath filed her petition in said Office praying, for certain reasons therein set forth, that the marriage covenant existing between her and her said husband, may be annulled, and a divorce decreed in her favour, and that alimony may be assigned to her. -Notice is therefore hereby given to the said John CARTER to appear at the next Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, in the County of Kent, on the second Monday of April, A. D. 1819, to respond to said petition.
Witness: Caleb GERALD, Clerk, East-Greenwich, March 22.

April 30, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 59:

NOTICE.
WHEREAS my wife, Marcy, has behaved in a very unbecoming manner, by refusing to live with me -- I caution all persons against trusting her on my account, as I am determined not to pay any debts which she may contract, after this date.
Thomas WOOD, Coventry, April 23.

May 7, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 61:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on Friday last, after a long illness, Miss Mary HINES, daughter of Joseph HINES, Esquire, in the 23d year of her age.

June 4, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 69:

MARRIED,
-In Coventy, by the Reverend Mr. PALMER, Mr. Jeremiah FRANKLIN, to Miss Almy ALBRO.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, Lemuel TRESCOTT, aged 40 years.

June 11, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 71:

Executors' Notice.
THE subscribers, Executors of the last will and testament of Thomas REMINGTON, late of Warwick, deceased, request all persons having demands against the estate of said deceased, to exhibit the same for adjustment; and those who are indebted to said estate are particularly called upon to make payment.
Peter B. REMINGTON, Peleg C. REMINGTON. Warwick, June 10.

July 6, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 78:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers, having been appointed Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of John SHAW, late of Coventry, deceased, give notice to all persons having any demands against said Estate, to present them within six months from this date, or they will be debarred, according to law. They will attend at the inn of Jeremiah M'GREGOR, on the last Monday in August and September, for that purpose.
Samuel GIBBS, Jun., Jeremiah M'GREGOR. Coventry, July 5.

August 13, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 89:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 28th ultimo, Mrs. Mary L. GREENE, the amiable consort of Captain Robert W. GREENE, aged 37 years. She was taken away, in the midst of usefulness, and in the absence of her beloved companion. ...

September 7, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 96:

MARRIED,
-In Cranston, on the 2d instant, Mr. Jonathan PIERCE, Jun. of Coventry, to Miss Eliza HATHAWAY, daughter of Mr. Jeremiah HATHAWAY, of Warwick.

September 17, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 99:

MARRIED.
In East Greenwich, Captain Samuel THURBER, to Miss Abby ALGER, both of this town.

September 21, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 100:

DIED,
-In Warwick, after a long illness, Miss Susan BRIGGS, daughter of Mr. John BRIGGS, in the 10th year of her age.

September 28, 1819, Vol. XI, Issue 102:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, Kent County, September 10, 1819.
WHEREAS Sarah HOPKINS, now residing in East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, wife of Davis HOPKINS, late of West-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, hath filed her petition in said Office, praying, for certain reasons therein set forth, that the marriage covenant existing between her and her said husband may be annulled, and a divorce decreed in her favour, and alimony assigned her.
--Notice is therefore hereby given to the said Davis HOPKINS to appear at the next Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the said county of Kent, on the first Monday of October next, to respond to said petition.
Witness, Caleb GERALD, Clerk.

October 15, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 3:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 8th Instant, Mrs. Wa__ WHIPPLE, consort of Thomas WHIPPLE, Esquire, and daughter of the late Mr. Anthony HOLDEN, in the 33d year of her age.

October 26, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 6:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on Saturday morning the 16th instant, in the 35th year of her age, Mrs. Cynthia CRUFF, wife of Mr. Thomas CRUFF, Jun. and daughter of Joseph MANCHESTER, Esquire. She was a woman of eminent piety and virtue, and although the various ties of wife, mother and friend, strongly attached her to life, yet she calmly submitted to the will of Divine Providence, expressing a willingness to commit her spirit to that God whom she endeavoured to serve.

November 5, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 9:

DIED,
-In Warwick, Mrs. ARNOLD, wife of Thomas ARNOLD, in the 81st year of her age.

November 12, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 11:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, by the Reverend Mr. TATEM, Mr. Nathan ATWOOD, of Warwick, to Miss Sally ARNOLD, daughter of Mr. Asa ARNOLD, of the former place.

Mr. Thomas W. GREENE, raised, this season on his farm in Old Warwick, from one seed, twenty-six pumpkins, weighing three hundred and seventy pounds.

November 26, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 15:

MARRIED,
-In Pawtuxet, on Sunday evening, the 14th instant, by Elder CURTIS, Mr. Benjamin T. SLOCUM, of Warwick, to Miss Parthenia BRAYTON, eldest daughter to Mr. Benjamin BRAYTON, formerly of Warren.
-In Warwick, by the Reverend H. TATEM, Mr. Samuel BUDLONG, to Miss Lydia ATWOOD.

December 14, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 20:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Friday last at the mansion-house of the late Amos LOCKWOOD, Esquire, Mr. John DYER, of Cranston, in the 82d year of his age, after a short illness. His remains were respectfully interred yesterday, in the family burial ground, at the late residence of the deceased, who has for fifty years supported his character and standing in the Baptist Church at Johnston, as an exemplary member, and an honest man.

December 24, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 23:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Monday last, Mrs. Sarah ARNOLD, widow of the late Mr. Sion ARNOLD, in the 91st year of her age.

December 31, 1819, Vol. XII, Issue 25:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 22d instant, Mrs. Lucina KNIGHT, wife of Dr. Sylvester KNIGHT, in the 33d year of her age.

January 4, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 26:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 26th ultimo, Mr. William ANTHONY, in the 39th year of his age, formerly of Newport.

January 7, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 27:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday last, Squire MILLERD, Esquire, in the 70th year of his age; an officer of the Revolution, for many years a member of the Legislature of this State, and for a long time, and until his death, member of the Town Council of that town; the duties of which offices he discharged with honour to himself and usefulness to the publick. He was a kind husband and tender father. But, above all, he early embraced the Christian Religion, and was a member of the Baptist Church in that town of the order of the six principles. He steadfastly held the faith, and died in the full belief of a blessed resurrection.
-In East-Greenwich, on the 30th ultimo, Colonel MICAH WHITMARSH, in the 71st year of his age. He was an officer in the Continental service, during the principal part of the revolutionary war, and received a pension from the government. He was through life a valuable citizen, and was deservedly esteemed for his many virtues and amiable qualities.

January 14, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 29:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Major Oliver C. WILBUR, to Miss Lucy A. GREENE, eldest daughter of the late Captain Benjamin GREENE, all of Warwick.

January 28, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 33:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on the 16th instant, Mr. Oliver BAKER, to Miss Lillis BARNEY, daughter of the Honourable Ebenezer BARNEY.

February 1, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 34:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Colonel George RICE, to Miss Lydia Ann WIGHTMAN, daughter of the late Mr. Daniel WIGHTMAN, all of Warwick.
-In Coventry, Mr. James A. FENNER, of Foster, to Miss Sarah BOWEN, daughter of Mr. Nathan Bowen, of the former place.

February 22, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 40:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
PROVIDENCE, sc. -- Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, February 21, 1820.
WHEREAS Henrietta PECK, wife of William L. PECK, of Coventry, in the county of Kent, hath filed her petition in this Office, praying, for the reasons therein stated, that the said Court would pass a decree of divorce, dissolving the bonds of matrimony now subsisting between her and the said William; notice is therefore hereby given to the said William, to appear (if he see fit) before the Justices of our Supreme Judicial Court, next to be holden at Providence, within and for said county, on the third Monday in March next, then and there to respond unto said petition.
Jeremiah B. HOWELL, Clerk.

February 25, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 41:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 23d instant, after a lingering illness, which she bore with almost unexampled resignation, Miss Ann Marcy BRAYTON, only daughter of the Honourable Charles BRAYTON, Esquire, in the 22d year of her age. By the death of this truly amiable young lady, her parents are bereft of their only daughter, her surviving brothers of a loving and affectionate sister, and her acquaintance have lost the society of one whose many virtues endeared her to them. ... Funeral from her father's house, this day, at 2 o'clock, P. M.

March 7, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 44:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Alexander R. HAMMETT, of Coventry, to Miss Eunice LEDYARD, of Warwick.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Saturday last, Mrs. Virtue COLE, consort of John COLE, Esquire, aged 65 years; highly respected for her exemplary discharge of the social and domestick duties.

March 10, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 45:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. William U. ARNOLD, to Miss Phebe Ann LOW, both of that town.

March 17, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 47:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 12th instant, Mrs. Barbara GREENE, wife of Samuel GREENE, Esquire, in the 50th year of her age, in whom her husband has lost a pious and affectionate wife, her children a very tender parent, her neighbors a kind and charitable friend.

March 28, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 50:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Thursday last, by the Reverend Mr. CURTIS, Mr. Moses CURTIS, to Miss Mary Arnold POTTER, both of this town.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Thursday evening, Mrs. Eliza HARRIS, in the 28th year of her age, the amiable wife of Dr. Stephen HARRIS, and daughter of James GREENE, Esquire.

March 31, 1830, Vol. XII, Issue 51:

DIED,
-In Griswold, Con. on the 23d of February, Mr. Thomas TIFFANY, in the 81st year of his age. -- And on the 23d March, Mrs. Waite TIFFANY, consort of Mr. Thomas TIFFANY, in the 81st year of her age. During their lives, they had sustained the character of honest, worthy people, and discharged the duties of affectionate parents and friends. They were interred in Warwick, R. I. where they had lived, until within a few years. Their relations sensibly feel their irreparable loss.

April 11, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 54:

Commissioners' Notice.
THE subscribers, having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, Commissioners to receive, examine and allow the claims of the several creditors to the estate of Thomas PROPHET, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that six months from the date hereof are allowed to said creditors to exhibit their claims; and that they will respectively receive the same, at any time during said period.
Charles BRAYTON, Edmund BURKE.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to
George CARDEN, Administrator. Warwick, February 26.

April 14, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 55:

MARRIED,
-In Cranston, on Thursday evening, the 6th instant, by the Reverend Mr. TATEM, Mr. Christopher W. SPRAGUE, of Cranston, to Miss Mary A. SLOCUM, of Warwick.

May 5, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 61:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 27th ultimo, Mrs. Nancy COLEGROVE, widow of the late John COLEGROVE, Esquire, aged 62 years. It were speaking too lightly of departed excellence, merely to say, that such an one was, and is no more. She adorned the appellations of parent, wife and sister. Her life was an ornament to the Christian religion, and her name will be remembered with pleasure, by the wise and good who knew her, so long as religion, piety, universal benevolence and unbounded philanthropy, constitute amiable traits in the human character.

May 9, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 62:

MARRIED,
-In this town, by the Reverend Mr. GANO, Mr. John JENCKES, of Warwick, to Miss Nancy C. BELLOWS, of this town.
-In Pawtuxet, Mr. John B. ARNOLD, to Miss Hannah R. HAZARD, both of Warwick.

May 12, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 63:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on Thursday evening, the 4th instant, by the Reverend Mr. TILLINGHAST, Mr. John MACKIE, to Miss Rebecca STRATE, daughter of Captain Thomas STRATE, of West-Greenwich.

May 23, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 66:

MARRIED,
-In East-Greenwich, on the 11th instant, by the Reverend Mr. TILLINGHAST, Mr. Isaac WHITFORD, to Miss Mary MILLERD, daugher of Mr. Rice MILLERD, both of the former place.
-In North-Kingstown, on Monday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. TILLINGHAST, Mr. Thomas ESSEX, of Warwick, to Miss Betsey HATCH, of the former place.

DIED,
-On board the ship Amazon, on her passage from Newport to Charleston, by a fall from the mast-head, Job B. GREENE, son of Mr. Howland GREENE, of East-Greenwich, aged 17 years.

June 2, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 69:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, by the Reverend Mr. CURTIS, Dr. Sylvester KNIGHT, to Mrs. Louisa VILLARS TUCKER, daughter of General Thomas WESTCOTT, all of that place.

June 6, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 70:

ONE CENT REWARD.
RAN away from the subscriber, on the 13th instant, an indented Apprentice, named Christopher Olney CAHOONE, about 13 years old, middling size, and dark complexion. Wore away, a dark coat, flannel trowsers and vest, and was without shoes or stockings. -- All persons are forbidden to trust him on my account. The above reward will be paid for his restoration to the subscriber, but no charges.
Abel CORNELL. Coventry, May 5.

June 23, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 75:

DIED,
-In Warwick, yesterday morning, Captain John WARNER, in the 73d year of his age. Funeral to-morrow, at 2 o'clock, P. M.

September 8, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 97:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
KENT, sc. -- Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, August 29, A. D. 1820.
WHEREAS Elizabeth PENDLETON of Warwick, in the County of Kent, wife of John PENDLETON, formerly of Exeter, in the County of Washington, hath filed her petition in said Office, praying, for certain reasons therein set forth, that the bond of matrimony between her and her said husband, John PENDLETON, may be annulled, and a divorce decreed in her favour, and alimony allowed: Notice is therefore hereby given to the said John PENDLETON, to appear at the next Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, in the County of Kent, on the first Monday of October next, to show cause, if any he hath, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
Witness, Caleb GERALD, Clerk.

September 19, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 100:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Saturday morning, Miss Mary Tillinghast SHELDON, the amiable and interesting daughter of Captain Charles SHELDON, of this town, in the 20th year of her age.

September 22, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 101:

DIED,
-In Coventry, Miss Roby B. BOWEN, youngest daughter of Mr. Asaph BOWEN, in the 14th year of her age.
-In Warwick, on Monday morning last, Mrs. Dorcas BARNEY, the amiable consort of Ebenezer BARNEY, Esquire, aged about 45 years. ...

September 29, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 103:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on Sunday morning last, by Obed PERKINS, Esquire, Lieutenant Benjamin C. POTTER, of that town to Miss Sally BARRUS, daughter of Captain Thomas BARRUS, of Killingly, Conn.

October 3, 1820, Vol. XII, Issue 104:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on Sunday last, Job GREENE, Esquire, in the 75th year of his age; a Revolutionary patriot.
-In Warwick, Miss Abby CLEMMONS, daughter of Captain John STRATTON, in the 4th year of her age.

October 10, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 2:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on the 1st instant, by Obed PERKINS, Esquire, John LADD, Esquire, of West-Greenwich, to Miss Hannah REYNOLDS, of the former place.
-In Cranston, on Sunday evening last, Captain Stephen MANCHESTER, of Coventry, to Miss Ruth REMINGTON, of the former place.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Wednesday night last, Miss Hannah HALE, daughter of Mr. Levi HALE, age 18 years.
--On Sunday last, after a short illness which he bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Honourable Thomas ARNOLD, (S. B.) in the 62d year of his age. Funeral to-morrow, at 11 o'clock, A.M. from his late residence in Warwick.
-In East-Greenwich, on the 26th ultimo, Philip PEARCE, Esquire, aged 67 years - in whose death the community are deprived of a valuable member.

October 20, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 5:

Administratrix' Notice.
THE subscriber hereby gives notice, that she has been appointed, by the Honorable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, Administratrix on the Estate of James HOLMES, late of Warwick, deceased. All person indebted to said Estate are requested to adjust their accounts without delay, and those who hold demands to present them for settlement.
Mary HOLMES. Warwick, October 19.

DIED,
-In East-Greenwich, on the 17th instant, in the 63d year of his age, Mr. James GREENE.

October 27, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 7:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Ezra POLLARD, to Miss Nancy WINSLOW, both of Coventry.
-In East-Greenwich, Mr. Lewis COLLINS, of Massachusetts, to Miss Eunice WEAVER, youngest daughter of Duty WEAVER, Esquire, of the former place.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Jonathan GORTON, Esquire, in the 83d year of his age, a worthy and respectable citizen.
-In West-Greenwich, on the 17th instant, Mr. Josehua CARR, aged 72 years; a very worthy and respectable citizen.

October 31, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 8:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 18th instant, Mrs. Hannah GREENE, relict of the late Mr. Thomas GREENE, of Warwick, in the 80th year of her age.

November 14, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 12:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 11th instant, in the 79th year of her age, Mrs. Sarah GREENE, relict of Mr. Thomas GREENE, deceased. She was for many years, a pious and exemplary member of the Society of Friends, and uniformly displayed furing the course of her protracted existence the genuine principles of meekness and humility.

November 17, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 13:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Tuesday last, suddenly, and much lamented, Mrs. Mary CONGDON, consort of Captain Peleg CONGDON, and only daughter of the Honourable Henry REMINGTON.

December 8, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 19:

MARRIED,
-In this town, on Sunday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. GANO, Mr. John ANTHONY, of Warwick, to Miss Eliza G. WYATT, of Newport.
-In Glocester, Mr. William W. ARNOLD, of Warwick, to Miss Dorcas S. PAGE, youngest daughter of Mr. Stephen Page, of the former place.

December 12, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 20:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Captain Benjamin R. GREENE, to Miss Mary G. ARNOLD, eldest daughter of the late Honourable Thomas ARNOLD, all of Warwick.

December 22, 1820, Vol. XIII, Issue 23:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry on Monday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. BENEDICT, Reverend Jonathan SMITH, of Pawtucket, to Patience GREENE, of the former place.
-In Sterling, Con. on the 12th instant, Joseph ARNOLD, Esquire (S. C.) of Warwick, to Mrs. Mary COLLIER, of the former place.

January 12, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 29:

Thomas ARNOLD's (S. B.) and Jonathan GORTON's Estate.
THE subscriber hereby gives publick notice, that she is duly qualified as Executrix of the last Wills and Testaments of Thomas ARNOLD (S. B.) and Jonathan GORTON, both late of Warwick, deceased. She therefore calls upon all persons having demands, to present them for settlement, and all indebted, to make immediate payment.
Sarah ARNOLD, Executrix. January 12.

January 16, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 30:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, by the Reverend Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Mr. Giles ANTHONY, to Miss Sarah R. GREENE, daughter of Thomas W. GREENE, Esquire.

February 16, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 39:

DIED,
-In Coventry, Miss Ann INGRAHAM, of Bristol, aged 16 years.
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Anne LADD, in the 87th year of her age.

March 6, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 44:

Randall R. HOPKINS' Estate.
THE subscriber hereby gives notice, that he is appointed Administrator upon the Estate of Randall R. HOPKINS, late of Warwick, deceased, and has accepted of the trust. He therefore calls upon all persons who are indebted to the estate of the said deceased, to make payment without delay; and also all persons who have claims against; said estate, to exhibit them as soon as may be.
George BURTON, Administrator. Cranston, March 6.

March 13, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 46:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on the 8th instant, by the Reverend Thomas MANCHESTER, Mr. Samuel SPENCER, to Miss Mary G. TANNER, both of Coventry.

March 20, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 48:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on the 11th instant, by Obed PERKINS, Esquire, Mr. William RAYMOND, of Norwich, Con. to Miss Submit HARTSHORN, of Hampton Con.

March 27, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 50:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Samuel CLARKE, to Miss Phebe L. PATT, both of that place.

April 3, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 52:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, Major George VAUGHAN, to Miss Hope CARPENTER, both of Coventry.

April 24, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 58:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Tuesday last, Frederick, son of Mr. Peter HORSEWELL, aged 1 year and 10 days.

April 27, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 59:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Tuesday evening last, by the Reverend Mr. LITTLEFIELD, Mr. Henry B. DROWN, of Woodstock, Con. to Miss Julia A. STAFFORD, daughter of Thomas STAFFORD, Esquire, of the former place.

June 5, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 70:

DIED,
-In Newport, N. Y. on the 17th ultimo, after a short illness, Mr. Jenks RANDALL, late of Coventry, in the 37th year of his age.

June 15, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 73:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 23d ultimo, Miss Elizabeth Ann KING, in the 18th year of her age, daughter of Enoch KING, Esquire.
-In Warwick, on Thursday last, Mrs. Roby WICKES, consort of Mr. Reuben WICKES, in the 31st year of her age.

June 22, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 75:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Elisha BAKER, to Miss Betsey JERAULD, both of that town.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 13th instant, Barzillai M. son of Mr. Severn SUMMERS, aged 4 years.
-In East-Greenwich, on the evening of the 19th instant, Mrs. Eleanor TILLINGHAST, in the 44th year of her age. Funeral this day, at 10 o'clock, A. M.

July 31, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 86:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 23d instant, after a long and distressing illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Miss Statira JOHNSON, in the 19th year of her age -- much and deservedly lamented.

August 3, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 87:

DIED,
-In Warwick, much lamented, Mrs. Polly BARTON, wife of John BARTON, Esquire, aged 47 years, who in a fit of insanity, stole from her husband's bed-chamber and drowned herself in the well.

MARRIED,
-In Pawtuxet, on Sunday last, by the Reverend Mr. CURTIS, Mr. Jeremiah GARDNER, of East-Greenwich, to Miss Maria HOLMES, of Warwick.

August 10, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 89:

NOTICE.
THE subscriber, legal Guardian of the person and estate of Joseph WHITE, of Warwick, hereby gives notice to the creditors of said WHITE, to bring in their respective claims to him for adjustment, within sixty days from the date hereof; and all persons indebted to said WHITE, are requested to make payment without delay.
Charles LOW

August 28, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 94:

ONE CENT REWARD,
AND NO CHARGES PAID.
RAN away from the subscriber, on the 22d instant, George DOUD, an indented apprentice. I therefore forbid all persons harbouring or trusting him on my account.
Christopher O. ARNOLD. Warwick, August 23.

DIED,
-In East-Greenwich, on Sunday last, after a short illness, the Honourable Thomas TILLINGHAST, in the 80th year of his age. This venerable gentleman was actively engaged in his country's cause at the period of her momentous struggle for independence. He was for some time a member of the General Assembly, for several years a Judge of the Supreme Court, and subsequently a Representative in Congress from this State.

September 25, 1821, Vol. XIII, Issue 102:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 18th instant, after a distressing illness, William STONE, Esquire, in the 87th year of his age.

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on the 9th instant, by the Reverend Mr. SMITH, Mr. Charles GREEN, to Mrs. Maria SWEET, all of that place.

October 9, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 2:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers having been duly appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate for the town of Coventry, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the Estate of Stephen MOTT, late of said Coventry, deceased, represented insolvent, do hereby give notice, that six months from the 29th of September last are allowed to the creditors of said Estate, to bring in and prove their respective claims.
Benoni BATES, Obadiah JOHNSON, 2d.
All persons indebted to said Estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Benjamin BROWN, Admin'r. East-Greenwich, October 6.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Saturday morning last, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Eliza LIPPITT, wife of Thomas LIPPITT, Esquire, and daughter of the last Samuel CHACE, Esquire, of this town, aged 55 years. ... Her funeral was attended yesterday, when the Reverend Mr. CROCKER, of this town, delivered an appropriate Discourse.

MARRIED,
-In Groton, Con. on the 30th ultimo, Mr. Charles JOHNSTON, of Bellefont, Penn. to Miss Penelope COOK, of Coventry, R. I.

October 16, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 4:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on the 14th instant, by the Reverend Mr. MANCHESTER, Mr. Rhodes BURK, of Coventry, to Miss Susan R. BRIGGS, of the former place.

October 30, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 8:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on Thursday last, Theodore A. FOSTER, Esquire, aged about 35 years.
-In Preston, Indiana on the 5th of July, Dr. Gorton JERAULD, in the 70th year of his age, formerly of Warwick.

November 9, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 11:

MARRIED,
-At Wickford, Deacon William TILLEY, of Newport, to Mrs. Elizabeth BOONE, of Warwick. [The Deacon is a respectable old gentleman of 84, and the bride is a healthy widow of 74. The Deacon has ten children, seventy five grand-children, and twenty-five great-grand-children.]

November 30, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 17:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Saturday evening last, Mrs. Lydia BUDLONG, in the 21st year of her age, wife of Captain Samuel BUDLONG, and daughter of the late Nehemiah ATWOOD, Esquire, of Warwick.
-In Coventy, on the 16th untimo, Crawford Mathewson, aged about 18 months, only son of Mr. Rowland GREENE.

December 4, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 18:

A letter from on board the brig Pocahantas, Snow, of this port, states that on her passage from Sourabaya to Malacca, in December or January last, Mr. Isaac A. ARNOLD died -- he was Mate of the brig, and belonged to Warwick.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 26th ultimo, Miss Ann TURNER, daughter of Mr. Amos TURNER, of this town, in the 13th year of her age. -In Tiverton, on the 21st ultimo, Mrs. Phebe GORTON, of East-Greenwich, in the 84th year of her age.

December 8, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 19:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 25th ultimo, after an illness of 9 days, Miss Sally VICKRY, daughter of Mr. John VICKRY, of Rehoboth, Mass.
-In East-Greenwich, on Wednesday last, Miss Susan WARD, daughter of the late Mr. Ray WARD. ...

December 11, 1821, Vol. XIV, Issue 20:

On the 27th ultimo, Mr. Job Russell GREENE, of East-Greenwich, killed a hog, eighteen months old, which weighed, after being dressed, six hundered and sixteen pounds.

DEATHS,
-In Warwick, yesterday morning, in the 70th year of his age, Major Thomas HUGHES, a distinguished officer of the Revolution. The deceased was in active service during the whole period of the Revolutionary War, and was afterwards three years on the Indian frontier -- making in all ten years, devoted to the service of his country. Funeral to-morrow afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from his late residence.

January 1, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 26:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Joseph SPINK, son of Mr. Samuel SPINK, to Miss Mary-Ann SPINK, daughter of Mr. John SPINK, all of North-Kingstown.

January 11, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 29:

On Sunday morning, the 30th ultimo, Zada GREENE, a coloured woman, was found dead in the highway called Back-Lane, near Old-Warwick. Some circumstances induced a suspicion she had been murdered; and an inquest was held upon her body. After investigation, the persons who had been suspected and apprehended, were discharged. It is presumed that the deceased, after many efforts to reach her home, was overcome by the intensity of the cold. Gazette.

January 22, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 32:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 14th instant, Mrs. Sally BOWEN, wife of Colonel John BOWEN, aged 51. Her loss will be deplored by her numerous friends and disconsolate husband and family.

January 25, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 33:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Christopher A. WHITMAN, of Coventry, to Miss Betsey G. ARNOLD, second daughter of the late Honourable Thomas ARNOLD, of Warwick.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 17th instant, Colonel Stephen ARNOLD, in the 58th year of his age. He sustained the character of an honest industrious man, and a good citizen, through life; he has left an aged mother, a widow and four children, and a number of grand-children, to lament their loss.
--At the Natick Factory, on the 1st instant, Captain William TAYER, formerly of Newport, in the 56th year of his age.

February 15, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 39:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 10th instant, Miss Abby POTTER, daughter of Mr. Nathan POTTER, in the 21st year of her age.

March 1, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 43:

MARRIED,
-In Cranston, Mr. Simeon ARNOLD, of Warwick, to Miss Zerviah WATERMAN, eldest daughter of Dr. George WATERMAN, of Cranston.
-In Warwick, Mr. William J. KEEP, of Long-Meadow, Mass, to Miss Maria TIBBITTS, of the former place.

March 8, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 45:

DIED,
-In Warwick, a few days since, Mr. John WISE, aged about 90 years. He was born in Langravate of Hesse-Cassel (Germany). At an early age, in consequence of the death of his Prince, he entered the service of a foreign power - landed with the British army at New-York, and was at the capture of Louisbourg, Cape Breton in 1758. In 1759, he was a soldier under the immortal WOLFE, in the memorable battle on the Plains of Abraham. In 1762, he fought, as a British soldier, at the siege of Havana. He subsequently returned to America, and was for some time garrisoned in Quebeck, and afterwards at the Island of Jamaica, where, he was finally discharged. About the year 1770, he settled at East-Greenwich, in this State, and at the commencement of the Revolutionary War, enlisted as a drummer in a Rhode-Island volunteer Company, which encamped with the American forces under WASHINGTON at Cambridge. During the whole of that arduous struggle, this humble veteran served with fidelity, and held various subordinate offices such as Drum-Major and Captain of the Provost Guard. He was present at the battle of York Town, and shortly after received an honourable discharge. He once more returned to his former residence in Rhode-Island, and continued to live for a number of successive years in this town, where he ever preserved that high sense of honour so characteristick of the soldier. He was a beneficiary under the Revolutionary Pension Law, and the just reward of his meritorious services, mitigated the evils of poverty and misfortune.

March 12, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 46:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 8th instant, Mr. John GORTON, in the 69th year of his age.

Mr. John GORTON, whose death is announced on our first page, was a descendant of the famous Samuel GORTON, one of the first settlers of Warwick. He was remarkable for the purity of his morals, and sustained through his long life an unblemished reputation. He was the teacher of an approved school for 51 winters in succession! His funeral was numerously attended, four-fifths of the persons present either being or having been his pupils.

March 15, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 47:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Friday last, after a short illness, Mr. William GARDINER, son of Captain Oliver GARDINER, aged 35.

March 19, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 48:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Saturday last, Honourable Thomas RICE, in the 79th year of his age.
--On the 11th instant, Lydia ALLEN, youngest daughter of Mr. Christopher ARNOLD, aged 16 months and 5 days.

March 26, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 50:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, March 7th, A. D. 1822.
WHEREAS, Jane JAMES, of Coventry, wife of Perry Greene JAMES, formerly of said Coventry, but now absent from this State, hath filed her petition in this Office, praying, for the reasons therein stated, that a Decree of Divorce may be passed in her favour rendering null and void the bond of matrimony now subsisting between her and her said husband, and assigning her such alimony as to said Court shall seem proper: Notice is therefore hereby given to the said Perry Green JAMES, to appear, is he sees it, before said Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and the for the county of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, to shew cause, if any he may have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
Arnold WEAVER, Clerk.

April 16, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 56:

DIED,
-In Coventry, Mr. Thomas WATERMAN, aged 68 years.

April 19, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 57:

By Virtue of a Warrant,
ISSUED by Asa STONE, Town-Treasurer of the town of Coventry, on the 24th day of September, 1820, for the collection of a Town Tax of One Thousand Dollars, notice is hereby given, that there will be sold at Auction, on the premises, on Saturday the 25th of May next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. all the right, title, and interest Philip HOPKINS has in and to a certain trac: of land, lying in said Coventry, near the south-west corner of said town, and adjoining land of Obadiah POTTER, Esq. or a sufficient part thereof for the payment of eighty-five cents, being his proportion of said tax, with interest and cost.
Joel COMSTOCK, Collector. Coventry, April 18.

By Virtue of a Warrant,
ISSUED by Benoni BATES, Town-Treasurer of the town of Coventry, on the 5th day of January, 1822, for the collection of a Town Tax of One Thousand Dollars, notice is hereby given, that there will be sold at Auction, on the premises, on Saturday the 25th of May next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. all the right, title, and interest Philip HOPKINS has in and to a certain trac: of land, lying in said Coventry, near the south-west corner of said town, and adjoining land of Obadiah POTTER, Esq. or a sufficient part thereof for the payment of eighty-six cents, being his proportion of said tax, with interest and cost.
Nathaniel GREENE, Collector. Coventry, April 18.

April 26, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 59:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 18th instant, Mrs. Sarah C. WESTCOTT, wife of Major John WESTCOTT, aged 27.

May 3, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 61:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 19th ultimo, Colonel David NICHOLAS, of Cranston, aged 55. He left home to visit a son in the former town, and in returning across a river, his wagon parted, and he was so long immersed in the cold water, and his blood became so chilled, that although he succeeded in getting to the shore, he soon after died.

May 10, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 63:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers, appointed Commissioners on the estate of Corps ESSEX, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that six months from the 27th ultimo are allowed by the Honourable Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, for the creditors of said estate to bring in and prove their claims. Said creditors are further notified, that the Commissioners will meet for the purpose of their appointment on the last Saturday in each month during the term, at 2 o'clock, P. M. at the store of the Potowou_ut Cotton Manufacturing Company in said Warwick.
William REYNOLDS, Franklin GREENE.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment immediately to
Mary ESSEX, Administratrix on said estate. Warwick, May 9.

May 14, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 64:

NOTICE.
WHEREAS, my wife Lucy has deserted my bed and board, and otherwise conducted herself in an unbecoming manner -- this is to forbid all persons harbouring or trusting her on my account, as I am determined to pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
Pardon PHILLIPS. Warwick, May 10.

May 17, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 65:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, Mr. James C. GREENE, of East-Greenwich, to Miss Eliza A. PARKERSON, daughter of James PARKERSON, Esq. of Coventry.

May 31, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 69:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 22d instant, after a short illness, Captain William WARNER, aged 33 years.

June 4, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 70:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Henry HAMILTON, to Miss Maria PIERCE, both of that place.

June 11, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 72:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 30th ultimo, Mary Blodget, infant daughter of Captain Clarke GORTON, age 1 year.
--On the 2d instant, after a protracted illness, Mr. Joseph WHITE, aged 67 -- he was a kind and affectionate husband, an indulgent parent, and maintained through life an irreproachable character.
-In Coventry, on the 4th inst. Mr. Russell BRIGGS, aged 39. His death was occasioned by going into the wheel pit of the Coventry Factory, the wheel turned and brought his head between the wall and one of the arms.

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Simeon POTTER, of Foster, to Mrs. Mariam SLOCUM, of Warwick.
-At Dungennesss, on Cumberland Island, Geo. on the 15th ultimo, by Mr. Justice GIBSON, John G. GREENE, Esq. of Warwick, R. I. to Miss Margaret CLARKE.

June 14, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 73:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Amos BRIGGS, to Miss Sarah-Ann BEVERLY.
--Mr. James BARNES, to Miss Frances BEVERLY, all of this town.

July 2, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 78:

Russell BRIGGS' Estate.
THE subscribers having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate for the town of Coventry, Commissioners to receive and allow the claims of the several creditors of the estate of Russell BRIGGS, late of Coventry, deceased, represented insolvent, give notice, that six months from the 29th day of June last, are allowed to the creditors to bring in and prove their claims to either of the subscribers.
Elisha WHITMAN, Perez PECK, Jun.
N. B. -- All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment to the subscriber, who is duly appointed Administrator on said estate.
Joseph MANCHESTER. Coventry, July 1.

July 9, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 80:

DIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. John C. JOHNSON, aged 28 years.

July 26, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 85:

State of Rhode-Island, &c. July 25, 1822.
THE creditors of Olney WOOD, of Warwick, in the county of Kent, Cordwainer, are hereby notified to appear, if they shall see fit, at the General Assembly, to be holden at Providence, on the last Monday of October next, to shew cause why his petition for the benefit of the act, entitled "an act for the relief of insolvent debtors" ought not to be granted.
Henry BOWEN, Sec'ry.

NOTICE.
THE subscriber, having been, by the Court of Probate for the town of Warwick, appointed Administrator on the estate of John ALBRO, late of said Warwick, deceased, all persons having demands against said estate are requested to present the same; and all persons indebted to said estate are desired to make immediate payment. And all persons having unsettled accounts with said estate, are likewise requested to call on the subscriber for settlement.
Thomas HOWLAND. East-Greenwich 6th mo. 25.

August 9, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 89:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Lucius M. WHEELER, of Gloucester, to Miss Patience B. ARNOLD, daughter of the late Captain Perry G. ARNOLD, of East-Greenwich.

August 14, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 90:

NOTICE.
THE subscribers having entered into Co-partnership, under the firm of SWEET & GREENE,
Intend carrying on the Boot and Shoe-making Business, at the Coventry Factories, in Coventry, wehre their old customers and the publick are invited to call. They hope by a strict attention to business to merit a share of publick patronage.
James SWEET, Charles GREENE. Coventry, August 8.

August 20, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 92:

Notice is hereby given,
THAT the subscriber has been duly appointed by the Court of Probate of the town of East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Administratrix on the Estate of Isaac A. ARNOLD, late of said East-Greenwich, deceased; and has accepted of that trust by giving bonds as the law directs. And all persons indebted to said Estate are requested to pay the same without delay to
Nancy ARNOLD, Aministratrix.
And whereas said Estate is represented insolvent, and six months from the date hereof are allowed for receiving claims against said Estate: Notice is hereby given to the Creditors of the said Isaac A. ARNOLD, to present and prove their claims, within that period, before us, the subscribers, or they will by law be precluded.
Nathan WHITING, James MILLER. Commissioners. East-Greenwich, July 27.

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Festus L. THOMPSON, of Vermont, to Miss Eliza GREENE, daughter of Mr. Christopher GREENE.

August 27, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 94:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. BROWN, Mr. Daniel D. JERAULD, to Miss Harriet L. CASEY.
--Mr. Joseph S. BUDLONG, of Cranston, to Miss Mary-Ann ARNOLD, third daughter of Ephraim ARNOLD, Esq. of the former place.

DIED,
-In East-Greenwich, on Sunday last, Mr. Samuel R. RHODES, aged 30 years.
-In Warwick, on Wednesday last, Mr. James BUDLONG, aged 50.

September 6, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 97:

William GARDINER's Estate.
THE subscribers, having been appointed by the Hon. Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the estate of William GARDINER, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that six months from the 26th ultimo are allowed to the creditors of said estate to bring in and prove their respective claims, and that claims will be received and attended to during said period.
Charles BRAYTON, William HARRISON.
All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Augustus GREENE, Adm'r. Warwick, September 5.

Martha STAFFORD's Estate.
THE subscribers, having been appointed by the Hon. Court of Probate of the town of Warwick, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the estate of Martha STAFFORD, late of Warwick, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that six months from the 26th ultimo are allowed to the creditors of said estate to bring in and prove their respective claims, and that claims will be received and attended to during said period.
Charles BRAYTON, Edmund BURKE.
All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Thomas R. STAFFORD, Adm'r. Warwick, September 5.

September 17, 1822, Vol. XIV, Issue 100:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 1st instant Thomas Stafford, infant son of Mr. Job MANCHESTER.

October 8, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 2:

DIED,
-In Warwick, Mary T. MARRILL, daughter of Mr. William MARRILL, aged 6 years.

October 18, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 5:

NOTICE.
THE subscriber, having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate for the town of Coventry, Administrator on the estate of Brayton AUSTIN, late of said Coventry, deceased, hereby gives notice to the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for adjustment, and all those indebted to said estate to make immediate payment.
Stephen AUSTIN. Coventry, October 17.

October 22, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 6:

MARRIED,
-In Johnston, on the evening of the 13th instant, by the Rev. Mr. TOBEY, Dr. Stephen HARRIS, of Warwick, to Miss Maria MANTON, daughter of the late Colonel Edward MANTON, of Johnston.

October 25, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 7:

DIED,
-On Tuesday last, Miss Phebe-Ann CAMET, daughter of the late Mr. Isaac CAMET, of Warwick, aged 23.
-In Warwick, on the 16th instant, Captain George HARRISON, in the 83d year of his age. He was born in Colchester, Eng. and came to this country during the old French War. He was a distinguished nautical commander, and, in the various relations of domestick and social life, was highly respected for his integrity of character and exemplary conduct. He was a consistent member of the Episcopal Church and of the Fraternity of Masons. His funeral was attended by his masonick brethren, one of whom pronounced, at the place of interment, a solemn and appropriate address.

November 5, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 11:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on Thursday last, Mr. George ARNOLD, aged 77.
--On the 27th ultimo, Abby HIMES, daughter of Mr. John HIMES, aged 5 years and 8 months.
-In Coventry, on the 28th ultimo, Miss Serena HERRINGTON, daughter of Mr. Jesse HERRINGTON, aged 19.

November 8, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 12:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. David R. ARNOLD, to Miss Sarah A. CARDER, both of Warwick.
--Mr. Whipple RICE, to Miss Julia Maria WI_CHI_.

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 3d instant, of the prevailing fever, Mr. Burrill WOOD, son of Mr. Stukely WOOD, in the 20th year of his age.
--On the 25th ultimo, Miss Elizabeth GREENE, daughter of the late Philip GREENE Esq. in the 81st year of her age.

November 12, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 13:

DIED,
-On Friday last, Miss Mary REMINGTON, aged 19, daughter of the late John REMINGTON, Esq. of Coventry -- a lady of an exemplary character whose many virtues will long live in the bosom of her friends in tender recollection.
-In Coventry, after a long and protracted illness, Mrs. Cynthia BOWEN, wife of Mr. Samuel BOWEN, aged 49.
--On the 27th ultimo, Mrs. Sally BOWEN, wife of Mr. Augustus BOWEN and daughter of Mr. Jesse COOKE, aged 26 years.

December 31, 1822, Vol. XV, Issue 27:

MARRIED,
-In Pawtuxet, Mr. Sidney B. SMITH, to Miss Mary C. GIBBS, daughter of the late Josiah GIBBS, Esq. of Coventry.

DIED,
-In East-Greenwich, on the 23d instant, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Amey SPENCER, wife of Captain Joseph SPENCER, and daughter of Oliver WICKES, Esq. in the 45th year of her age.

January 3, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 28:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 29th ultimo, Mrs. Marcy WILBUR, consort of Peleg WILBUR, Esq. aged 52.

January 14, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 31:

NOTICE.
Whipple ANDREW hereby informs the publick, that he is legally appointed by the Court of Probate of the town of Coventry, in the county of Kent, Guardian of the person and estate of Edmund ANDREW, of said Coventry, who is adjudged by the said Court to be incapable of managing his own affairs, and duly authorized to act in said capacity. He therefore warns all persons against trading or dealing with the said Edmund ANDREW, in any manner whatever.
Whipple ANDREW. Coventry, January 13

February 4, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 37:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. SHURTLIFF, Mr. Isbon SHEARMAN, to Miss Lucy COLE, daughter of John COLE, Esq.

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 13th ultimo, Mrs. Lydia BURLINGAME, in the 81st year of her age, relict of the late Mr. Benjamin BURLINGAME.

February 7, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 38:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. Freeman WING, of Sandwich, Mass. to Miss Barbery Fenner GORTON, daughter of Deacon Benjamin GORTON, of Warwick.

February 14, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 40:

Stephen Essex's Estate
THE subscribers having been appointed by the Hon. Court of Probate of the town of Coventry, Commissioners to receive, examine, and allow the claims against the estate of Stephen ESSEX, late of said Coventry, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that six months from the 8th day of February, 1823, are allowed to the creditors of said estate to bring in and prove their respective claims; and that we will respectively receive them during said term of time, and , also on the first Saturday of August next will attend at the house of Joseph CAPWELL, Innholder, in said Coventry, from 10 o'clock, A. M. until 6 o'clock, P. M.
Perez PECK, Jun., James ESSEX, James PARKERSON.
All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment to
Susannah ESSEX, Adm'x. Coventry, February 13.

February 21, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 42:

DIED, -In Coventry, on the 15th instant, Mr. Thomas HIERLIHY, in his 50th year.

February 25, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 43:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 16th instant, Miss Zilpha ARNOLD, daughter of Henry ARNOLD, Esq. aged 18.
--Mrs. Sarah BRIGGS, wife of Mr. John BRIGGS, in her 47th year.

March 4, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 45:

DIED,
-In Canton, in September last, on board ship Asia, Mr. Joseph H. RICE, in his 20th year, of Warwick.

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, Mr. henry READ, to Miss Phebe WAITE, eldest daughter of Mr. Sheffield WAITE, all of Coventry.

March 14, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 48:

Administrator's Notice.
THE subscriber hereby gives publick notice, that he is duly qualified Administrator (with the will annexed) upon the estate of Thomas HOLDEN, Esq. late of Warwick, deceased; and requests all persons having claims against said estate to exhibit them as soon a may be, and all persons indebted to make immediate payment.
Charles BRAYTON. Warwick, March 13.

April 4, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 54:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 24th ultimo, Mrs. Cindrilla GORTON, wife of Mr. Oliver GORTON, in her 24th year.

April 11, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 56:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 2d instant, Mr. Esek BURLINGHAM, in his 78th year.

April 15, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 57:

DIED,
-On board ship Asia At Whampoa, of the cholera morbus, September 7, 1822, John SMITH, of East-Greenwich; Joseph H. RICE, of Warwick, aged 19.

State of Rhode-Island, &c. April 7, 1823.
THE Creditors of Weeden CLARK, of Warwick, in the county of Kent, labourer, are hereby notified to appear (if they see fit) at the General Assembly, to be holden at Newport on the first Wednesday of May next, to shew cause, if any they have, why his petition for the benefit of the act entitled "an act for the relief of insolvent debtors," ought not to be granted.
Henry BOWEN, Sec'ry.

April 22, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 59:

At a Court of Probate holden in and for the Town of Warwick, on the 8th day of March, A. D. 1823.
Charles BRAYTON, Guardian to Samuel SNELL, a minor, presented to this Court his guardianship account for allowance, which account was continued for notice and pending before the next Court of Probate to be holden at Peleg CONGDON's Inn, in Warwick, on the 26th day of May next. Notice is therefore hereby given to all parties interested to appear (if they see cause) before said Court, at said time and place, that they may be heard in the premises.
By order and in behalf of the said Court.
Witness, C. BRAYTON, P. Clerk.

April 25, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 60:

At a Court of Probate holden
within and for the Town of East-Greenwich, on the 29th day of March, A. D. 1823.
Martin MILLER, Administrator of the estate of John WISE, late of said East-Greenwich, deceased, came before said Court to settle his account of Administration. It is ordered, that the consideration of said account be referred to the next Court of Probate, to be holden on the last Saturday of April next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. at the State-House in said town, at which time and place all parties interested in said account may attend said Court and be heard respecting the same.
A true copy: Witness, James MILLER, P. Clerk.

May 20, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 67:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 7th instant, Mr. Spooner CLARKE, Jun. aged 43.

June 10, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 73:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, Mr. Charles S. WEAVER, to Miss Diana NORTHUP.
-Mr. Linsey JOHNSON, to Miss Sally C. WEAVER, all of Coventry.

June 13, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 74:

Richmond REMINGTON's Estate.
WE the subscribers, having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate, of the town of Coventry, in the county of Kent, Commissioners to receive and examine the claims against the estate of Richmond REMINGTON, late of said Coventry, deceased, represented insolvent, do hereby give notice, that six months from the date hereof are allowed to the creditors of the said estate, to bring in and prove their respective claims; and that we shall attend for that purpose at our respective places of abode.
James PARKERSON, Elisha WHITMAN, Thomas REMINGTON.
All persons who are indebted to the estate of the said deceased, are requested to make payment without delay to
Oliver WICKES, Administrator. Coventy, June 7.

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, on the 5th instant, Mr. Jasper LYON, of Woodstock, Con. to Miss Phebe Smith STAFFORD, of the former place.

June 20, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 76:

At a Court of Probate holden in and for the town of Warwick, on the 9th day of June, A. D. 1823.
WHEREAS a certain instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of Christopher THORNTON, late of Warwick, deceased, was presented to this Court for probate, and read, and it appearing to the court that all known persons interested had not been notified, whereupon the Court Decreed, That the further consideration thereof be referred to the next Court of Probate to be holden at Henry HAZARD's Inn, on the second Monday of July next, at one o'clock, P. M. and that notice be given according to law to all known persons interested, that they may be heard in the premises. By order: Witness,
C. BRAYTON, P. Clerk.

July 11, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 82:

MARRIED,
-In Centreville, Warwick, Mr. James C. GREENE, to Miss Mary WESTCOTT, daughter of General Thomas WESTCOTT, all of that place.

July 25, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 86:

DIED,
-In East-Greenwich, on the 14th instant, Mr. Joseph FRY, in his 88th year.

August 5, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 89:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. -- Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas.
WHEREAS Joseph ARNOLD, of Warwick, in the county of Kent, labourer, and insolvent debtor, has petitioned the General Assembly for the benefit of an act entitled "an act for the relief of insolvent debtors" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of the said Joseph ARNOLD, to appear (if they shall see fit) at the Court of Common Pleas, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the county of Kent, on the third Monday of August next, on the second day, of the term, to nominate an Assignee or Assignees to receive an assignment of said inslovent's estate for the benefit of all his creditors, according to the provisions of said act.
John BROWN, Clerk. East-Greenwich, July 28.

August 19, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 93:

MARRIED,
-In Johnston, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. SPRAGUE, Captain James WARNER, of Warwick, to Miss Susan ANGELL, of Johnston.

September 5, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 98:

William A. GREENE's Estate.
At a Court of Probate holden within and for the town of East-Greenwich, on the 30th day of August, A. D. 1823.
THE Commissioners on the estate of William A. GREENE, late of said East Greenwich, mariner, deceased, presented to this Court a list of claims against said estate: It is therefore ordered, that the consideration thereof be referred to the next Court of Probate, to be holden on the last Saturday in September next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. at the State-House in said town, at which time and place all parties interested therein may attend said Court and be heard respecting the same; and that this order be published three successive weeks in one of the newspapers printed in the town of Providence.
A true copy: Witness, James MILLER, P. Clerk.

At a Court of Probate holden
within and for the town of Coventry, in the country of Kent, on the 1st day of September, A. D.
1823.
THE Commissioners on the estate of Huldah GIBSON, late of Coventry, deceased, having this day made a report of their doings -- Whereupon it is ordered, that the consideration of said report be referred to a Court of Probate to be holden at the dwelling-house of Eason LEWIS, in said Coventry, on the last Saturday in September instant, at one o'clock, P. M. at which time and place all parties interested in said report may appear and be heard respecting the same.
A true copy: Witness, Asa STONE, Clerk.

September 19, 1823, Vol. XV, Issue 102:

At a Court of Probate holden
within and for the town of Warwick, in the country of Kent, on the 8th day of September, A. D. 1823.
WHEREAS a certain instrument, purporting to be the last will and testament of Sarah GREENE, late of Warwick, deceased, was presented to this Court for Probate; and it appearing to said Court that all known persons interested had not been notified; Whereupon the Court decreed, that the further consideration of the premises, be postponed to the next Court of Probate to be holden at Caleb ARNOLD's Inn, in said Warwick, on the second Monday of October next, at one o'clock. P.M. at which time and place all interested may be heard in the premises, and that notice be given according to law.
By order of the Court: Witness, C. BRAYTON, P. Clerk.

October 21, 1823, Vol. XVI, Issue 6:

NOTICE.
WHEREAS the subscriber, at the Court of Common Pleas, holden in East-Greenwich, in February, A. D. 1823, was appointed Assignee to receive the property and estate of Asaph MONTGOMERY, Jun. Blue-Dyer, of Coventry, in the county of Kent, a petitioner for the benefit of an act entitled "An act for the relief of insolvent debtors;" the creditors of the said MONTGOMERY are therefore hereby notified to exhibit and prove to me their several claims, within six months from the date hereof.
Eason LEWIS. Coventry, October 6.

October 28, 1823, Vol. XVI, Issue 8:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, by the Rev. Mr. WILSON, Mr. Gideon C. BRIGGS, to Miss Marcy GREEN, both of Coventry.
-In Warwick, Mr. Henry C. DAVIS, to Miss Susan MARSHAL, both of Warwick.

December 2, 1823, Vol. XVI, Issue 18:

Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly appointed Administrator of the estate of William TIFFANY, deceased, late of Warwick. All persons having claims against said estate are requested to present them for settlement, and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment without delay.
James TIFFANY, Warwick, December 1.

December 9, 1823, Vol. XVI, Issue 20:

NOTICE.
RAN away from the subscriber, on the evening of the 23d of November, an Apprentice, named Sheldon HACKSTONE, about sixteen years of age. He had on, when he went away, a short grey outside jacket, dark coloured flannel trowsers, an old felt hat, and shoes much worn. Whoever will return said Apprentice to the subscriber, shall receive one cent reward and no charges. All persons are hereby forbid harbouring him upon the penalty of law in such cases made and provided.
Joseph BRIGGS, Warwick, December 1.

December 23, 1823, Vol. XVI, Issue 24:

MARRIED,
-In Warwick, Mr. William M. GREENE, to Miss Sarah WARNER.
-In Raynham, Mass., Mr. Pliny CAPRON, of Warwick, R.I. to Miss Nancy G. WHITE, of Raynham.

January 13, 1924, Vol. XVI, Issue 30:

DIED,
-In Warwick, on the 31st ultimo, Miss Catharine ATWOOD, in her 32d year.

February 13, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 39:

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court.
WHEREAS Huldah WOOD, of Coventry, in the county of Kent, wife of Samuel WOOD, formerly of said Coventry, now residing in Voluntown, in the county of Windham, and State of Connecticut, Clothier, has lodged her petition in said office, praying, for sundry causes therein stated, and particularly for the cause of adultery, that said Court would annul the marriage subsisting between her and her said husband, and decree in her favour a divorce from said bond of matrimony; and also to assign her alimony. Notice is therefore hereby give to the said Samuel WOOD, to appear (if he shall see fit) at the Supreme Judicial Court to be holden at East-Greenwich, in said county of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, to shew cause, if any he hath, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
Nathan WHITING, Clerk. East-Greenwich, December 9, 1823.

March 5, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 45:

DIED,
-In East-Greenwich, on the 12th ultimo, Mr. David PEIRCE, in his 73d year -- an Officer of the Revolution.

March 9, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 46:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 29th ultimo, Mr. John Jenckes KILTON, in his 75th year.

April 30, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 61:

DIED,
-In Coventy, on the 15th of February last, Mrs. Mary BOWEN, wife of Colonel Joseph BOWEN, and daughter of the late Hon. Thomas TILLINGHAST, of East-Greenwich, in her 49th year. She sustained, with Christian fortitude, a painful and protracted illness, during which she gave ample evidence of her firm faith in the Christian Religion, and of a well-grounded hope in its promises. Her husband has lost an affectionate and faithful companion and friend - her brothers, a kind sister - the Church to which she belonged an exemplary member - and her friends and neighbours, an object of sincere respect and affection.

May 7, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 63:

DIED,
-In Jewett City, on the 3d ultimo, Mrs. Cynthia GORTON, wife of Mr. James GORTON, Jun. and daughter of Mr. Russell BURLINGAME, of Coventry, R. I. in her 29th year.

May 18, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 66:

At a Court of Probate holden
within and for the town of East-Greenwich, on the 24th day of April, A. D. 1824.
Job R. GREENE, Guardian of the person and Estate of Jonathan GODFREY, of said East-Greenwich, came before this Court to settle his account of Guardianship on said Estate: It is therefore ordered, That the considerations of said account be referred to the next Court of Probate, to be holden on the last Saturday of May next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. at the State-House, in said East-Greenwich; at which time and place, all persons interested in said account, may attend at said Court, and be heard respecting the same, and that said order be notified in one of the newspapers printed in the town of Providence, three weeks successively.
A true copy: Witnesses, James MILLER, P. Clerk.

May 25, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 68:

MARRIED,
-In East-Greenwich, Mr. Benajah TOURGEE, Jun. of North-Kingstown, to Miss Abby R. BRIGGS, daughter of the late Mr. Benjamin BRIGGS, of East-Greenwich.

June 8, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 72:

RHODE-ISLAND LEGISLATURE.
-A charter was granted to the Six Principles Baptist Church in Coventry.
CIVIL APPOINTMENTS
-The following persons were appointed Justices of the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Kent: Charles BRAYTON, 1st; Obadiah POTTER, 2d; Thomas SWEET, 3d; James PARKERSON, 4th, and Anthony OLIN, 5th.
-James MILLER, for the town of East-Greenwich
-Elihu GREENE and Peleg CONGDON, for the town of Warwick.

June 11, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 73:

Estate of Thomas Waterman.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate of Thomas WATERMAN, late of Coventry, deceased, to appear before a Court of Probate to be holden within and for the town of Coventry, on the last Monday in June instant, at the Inn of James W. GORTON (if they see fit) at which time and place the Administrator's account against said estate is to be presented for allowance.
By order, Asa STONE, Clerk. Coventry, June 10.

June 15, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 74:

MARRIED,
-In Coventry, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. WILSON, Mr. Thomas W. GORTON, of Warwick, to Miss Elizabeth CARR, of the former place.

June 25, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 77:

MARRIED,
In East Greenwich, Mr. William S. GARDINER, of Philadelphia, to Miss Sarah R. CLARKE, of this town.

August 13, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 91:

DIED,
-In Covnetry, on the 4th instant, very suddenly, Mr. Samuel HULL, son of Mr. John HULL, in his 16th year.

September 28, 1824, Vol. XVI, Issue 104:

75 DOLLARS REWARD.
BROKE from the State's Jail in East-Greenwich, on the night of the 27th inst, John BRIGGS, Jun. of West-Greenwich, who was convicted of having counterfeit money in possession, with intention to pass, and for an assault and battery with an intention to kill; about thirty years of age, dark complexion, dark hair, large whiskers, thick set, and about five feet six inches high. Said BRIGGS has lost a piece of each ear, and has the letter C branded on his right cheek.
Samuel BOYCE of Rehoboth (Mass.) who was convicted of theft. He is about thirty years of age, stoutly built, with light hair, light complexion, and blue eyes; and about six feet high.
Whosever will apprehend said persons and return them to the State's Jail in East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, and State of Rhode-Island, shall receive the above reward, or fifty dollars for either of them.
George S. GARDINER, Jailer. East-Greenwich, September 28.

November 12, 1824, Vol. XVII, Issue 13:

MARRIED,
-In East-Greenwich, Captain Charles SPENCER, to Miss Mary-Ann BRIGGS, both of that town.

DIED,
-In Coventy, on the 5th instant, Rebecca Ann, daughter of Mr. William ANTHONY, aged 6 years. This interesting child possessed every quality calculated to win the affections.

November 16, 1824, Vol. XVII, Issue 14:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 10th instant, Isaac Burr, infant son of Mr. Hollis K. JENCKS, aged 14 months and 12 days.

November 23, 1824, Vol. XVII, Issue 16:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 13th instant, Maria Raymond, infant daughter of Mr. Caleb NICHOLAS, aged one year, 5 months and 21 days.
--On the 3d instant, Jonathan ROBERTS, Esq. in the 84th year of his age -- a patriot of the Revolution, and formerly a member of the General Assembly in this State.

December 21, 1824, Vol. XVII, Issue 24:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT sc. -- Clerk's Office, Court of Common Pleas.
WHEREAS Benjamin G. SARLE, of East -Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Labourer, has petitioned the General Assembly for the benefit of an "act, entitled an act for the relief of insolvent debtors." This is to give notice to the creditors of the said SARLE, to appear (if they shall see fit) before the said Court of Common Pleas, on the second day of the term, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for our said county of Kent, on the third Monday of February next, to nominate an Assignee or Assignees, to receive an assignment of his estate for the benefit of all his creditors, according to the provisions of said act.
John BROWN, Clerk. East-Greenwich, December 15.

January 18, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 32:

At a Court of Probate holden
within and for the Town of East-Greenwich, on the 25th day of December, A. D. 1824.
WHEREAS a certain instrument, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of James NICHOLS, late of said East-Greenwich, Yeoman, deceased, was presented to this Court for Probate. -- It is therefore decreed, that the consideration thereof be referred to the next Court of Probate, to be held on the last Saturday of January next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. at the State-House in said town, and that in the meantime this decree be published three weeks successively in one of the newspapers printed in the Town of Providence, that all persons interested therein may attend said Court and be heard respecting the same.
A true copy: Witness, James MILLER, P. Clerk.

January 21, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 33:

Andrew Young's Estate.
At a Court of Probate, holden within and for the town of Coventry, on the 17th day of January, A. D. 1825
WHEREAS an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Andrew Young, late of Coventry, deceased, being presented to this Court for Probate: -- Whereupon, it is ordered by this Court, that the consideration thereof be postponed to a Court of Probate, to be holden at the Inn of Jeremiah M'GREGOR, in said Coventry, on the 19th day of February, A. D. 1825, at 1 o'clock, P. M. and that all persons interested in said deceased Estate, be notified (by publishing this order in the Rhode-Island American) according to law, to appear at said time and place (if they see fit) and be heard in the premises,
Witness, Asa STONE, Probate Clerk.

January 28, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 35:

DIED,
-Drowned, in Coventry, on Tuesday morning, Benjamin Burr, son of Mr. Hollis K. JENCKES, in his 10th year.

March 18, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 50:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court.
WHEREAS Benjamin DAVIS, of East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, ship-wright, an insolvent debtor, has petitioned the General Assembly for the benefit of an act, entitled, "an Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors:" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of said Benjamin DAVIS, to appear (if they see fit) at the Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the county of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, on the second day of the term, to nominate as Assignee or Assignees of his property for the benefit af all his creditors, according to the provisions of said act.
Nathan WHITING, Clerk. East-Greenwich, March 17.

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court.
WHEREAS Oliver C. W. ARNOLD, of East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, an insolvent debtor, has petitioned the General Assembly for the benefit of an act, entitled, "an Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors:" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of said ARNOLD, to appear (if they see fit) at the Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the county of Kent, on the second Monday of April next, on the second day of the term, to nominate as Assignee or Assignees of his property for the benefit af all his creditors, according to the provisions of said act.
Nathan WHITING, Clerk. East-Greenwich, March 17.

April 5, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 54:

NOTICE.
THE subscriber having been appointed by the Honourable Court of Probate for the town of Coventry, Guardian of the person and estate of Ichabod SCOTT, of said Coventry, an insane person, hereby cautions all persons not to have any dealings with the said Ichabod SCOTT, as they would avoid the penalties of the law in such cases made and provided -- he further calls upon all indebted to said SCOTT, to make payment to the subscriber, forthwith, and invites those having claims to present them for settlement.
William WATERMAN, Jun. Guardian. Coventry, April 4.

April 29, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 61:

DIED,
-In Coventry, on the 13th instant, Mr. William W. ANTHONY, in the 21st year of his age.

July 12, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 82:

DIED,
-In Coventry, Major Samuel PECK, in the 65th year of his age.

July 29, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 87:

NOTICE.
ANY Gentleman of good education, who is acquainted with the practice of Physick, Surgery and Midwifery, by producing satisfactory references, will find encouragement in establishing himself in that line of business, by applying to Doctor Thomas O. H. CARPENTER, in the west part of Coventry, R. I.

August 2, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 88:

MARRIED,
-In Cranston, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Mr. TATEM, Mr. William SNOW, of Warwick, to Miss Ann ARNOLD.
--Mr. John A. BUDLONG, of Cranston, to Miss Rachel ALBROW, of Coventry.

September 20, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 102:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court.
WHEREAS Arnold PARKER, of Warwick, in the county of Kent, labourer, has petitioned the General Assembly for the benefit of an act, entitled, "an Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors:" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of said ARNOLD, to appear (if they see fit) at the Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the county of Kent, on the first Monday in October next, the the second day of the term, to nominate an assignee or assignees to receive an assignment of his estate for for the benefit af all his creditors, according to the provisions of said act.
Nathan WHITING, Clerk. East-Greenwich, September 12.

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court.
WHEREAS Mary RATHBUN, of East-Greenwich, in the County of Kent, wife of Benjamin RATHBUN, late of East-Greenwich, (now residing in parts unknown to the petitioner,) labourer, hath lodged her petition in said office, praying, for sundry causes therein stated, that said Court would annul the marriage subsisting between her and her husband, to decree a divorce in her favour from the said bond of matrimony, and also to assign her alimony: -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the said Benjamin to appear, (if he shall see fit) at the Supreme Judicial Court to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the county of Kent, on the first Monday of October next, to show cause, if any he hath, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
Nathan WHITING, Clerk. East-Greenwich, September 4.

September 23, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 103:

DIED,
-In Coventry, Miss Elizabeth TIFFANY, in the 71st year of her age.

September 27, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 104:

MARRIAGES.
-In Cranston, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. TATEM, Mr. John BLANCHARD, of Coventry, to Miss Celinda SWEET, of West-Greenwich.
--Mr. John BARBER, to Miss Waity CASTLE, both of Warwick.

October 4, 1825, Vol. XVII, Issue 106:

DEATHS.
-In Coventry, Mrs. Lucy WATERMAN, wife of Mr. Benjamin WATERMAN, in the 68th year of her age.

October 11, 1825, Vol. LX, Issue 1:

DEATHS.
-In Coventry, on the 6th inst. Ann Janette COOKE, daughter of Mr. Jesse COOKE, in the 8th year of her age.

October 21, 1825, Vol. LX, Issue 4:

DEATHS.
-In Coventry, on the 13th Mr. Perez PECK, formerly of Rehoboth, in his 79th year.

October 25, 1825, Vol LX, Issue 5:

MARRIAGES.
-In Warwick, on the 9th inst. by the Rev. Mr. WILSON, Mr. Samuel HUMES, of Brooklyn, Conn. to Miss Phebe SNELL, of Warwick, daughter of the late Mr. David SNELL.
-In Coventry, by the same, Mr. Russell MILLER, of Warwick, to Miss Mary KNIGHT, daughter of the late Mr. Reuben KNIGHT, of Coventry.
-In Greenville, by the same, on the 16th instant, Mr. Joseph TAYLOR, Jun. to Miss Sally M. HARRIS, daughter of Mr. William HARRIS, all of Warwick.

November 15, 1825, Vol. LX, Issue 11:

Officers elected in Manchester Lodge, No. 12, in Coventry, on Monday evening, 7th inst.
R. W. -- Hollis K. JENCKS, Master.
W. -- Whipple A. ARNOLD, Senior Warden.
W. -- Wm. B. MERRILL, Junior Warden.
Christopher WHITMAN, Treasurer.
Oliver JOHNSON, Secretary.
Edward POTTER, Senior Deacon.
Rhodes BURKE, Junior Deacon.
George AYLESWORTH, Tyler.

December 9, 1825, Vol. LX, Issue 18:

NOTICE.
THE subscriber hereby gives notice that he is appointed Administrator upon the estate of henry PARRISH, late of East-Greenwich, in the county of Kent, yeoman, deceased, and has accepted of that trust -- he therefore requests all persons who are indebted to the estate of the said deceased, to make payment without delay, and also, all persons who have claims against the said estate, to exhibit them as soon as may be.
Stephen GREENE, Adm. East-Greenwich, 12th mo. _h. 1825.

NOTICE.
IS hereby given, that the subscribers have been duly appointed by the Court of Probate in the town of Coventry, Administrators on the estate of Dr. Stephen WICKES, late of said Coventry, gentleman, deceased, intestate, and have taken upon themselves that trust, by giving bonds as the law directs; and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment, and all persons having demands against said estate are called upon to exhibit the same for payment to
Elizabeth WICKES, Benjamin GREENE, Adm'rs. Coventry, Dec. 9.

December 20, 1825, Vol. LX, Issue 21:

DEATHS.
-In Coventry, on the 9th inst. George Augustus, an interesting son of Mr. William ANTHONY, aged one year.

January 3, 1826, Vol. LX, Issue 25:

MARRIAGES.
-In Warwick, on the 1st inst. Mr. Amos BUDLONG, to Miss Abbey CARD, both of Warwick.
-On the 1st inst. Mr. Charles MOWRY, of Mendon, Mass. to Miss Ann CADY of Warwick.
-In Coventry, on Thursday, the 22d ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. WILSON, Mr. Henry A. REMINGTON, of Cranston, to Miss Sally Ann ARNOLD, daughter of Mr. Sion ARNOLD, of the former place.

January 13, 1826, Vol. LX, Issue 28:

State of Rhode-Island, &c.
KENT, sc. --Clerk's Office for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors.
WHEREAS Gardner Thurston LEVALLEY, of East Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Machinist, has petitioned said Court for the benefit of an act, entitled, "an Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors:" -- Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of said LEVALLEY, to appear (if they see fit) at the Supreme Judicial Court, to be holden at East-Greenwich, within and for the county of Kent, on the 1st Monday of January, A. D. 1827 (sic), to shew cause, if any they may have, why the benefit of said act should not be extended to him.
Nathan WHITING, Clerk. East-Greenwich, Jan. 12.

MARRIAGES.
-In Warwick, on the 8th inst. Mr. William W. SPENCER, to Miss Tabetha AUSTEN of Coventry.
--Mr. John H. HAWKINS, of Providence to Miss Clarisa M. SIMMONS, of Scituate.
--Stephen BRANCH, Esq. of Providence, to Mrs. Mariatta CURIEN, of Warwick.

Extracted by Susan Nahas, February 2008


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