A Sampling of Odds and Ends from the
Belvidere, Warren County, NJ
Note: "Inst." means "instant", and
refers to the current month.
"Ult." means "ultimo", which means "in
the last month."
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To the Hunterdon
Democrat, 1838-1880 on Dennis Sutton's site.
January 15, 1852
List of Letters
Remaining in the Post Office
at Mansfield, N.J. for the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1851: Aaronson,
Amy F. * Bowlby, Lydia * Bryan, Isaac *
Braman, James * Compton, Henry * Conely, John
* Decon, James * Fennel, George * Gulick,
Gilbert * Gardner, William * Hibler, Joseph S.
* Nixon, James * Quick, John * Lyda, John
B. * Snyder, Jeremiah * Simmons, Marguretta
* Thatcher & Slater * Trinson, Peter *
Vanatta, John R. * Vanatta, Hamilton.
JOHN R. BARTON, P.M.
April 1, 1852
This is to certify that the
co-partnership heretofore existing between Rittenhouse & Hoffman, carrying
on the Tayloring business in this town, was this day dissolved by mutual
C. G. HOFFMAN
April 1, 1852
business will be conducted hereafter by M. Rittenhouse in whose hands the
books will be left for settlement.
June 17, 1852
Schooley Mountain Springs,
THE FIRST GRAND BALL OF THE SEASON will be given July 5th, 1852.
We particularly invite the public to participate in this entertainment.
Nothing will be omitted on the part of the management to render it an elegant
affair. The Ball Room will be handsomely decorated, the Park gaily
illuminated, the Supper Table richly and abundantly supplied with the greatest
variety of choice delicacies. An excellent Band of Music will be
in attendance. Every attention will be paid to the happiness of those
who would secure to themselves the privilege of enjoying so rare a treat.
For those who remain all night, superior apartments will be prepared, as
the attendance will undoubted be large, it is requested that gentlemen
will notify the proprietor a few days in advance, stating the number of
his party; this will save trouble and secure apartments. Tickets
$3.00 admitting two ladies and a gentleman; tickets admitting one gentleman,
$2.00--can be procured at the principal hotels in Newark, Morristown, Dover,
Newton, Belvidere, Easton, etc., or by addressing as above.
J. C. HINCHMAN, Superintendent
Hall, June 17, 1852
September 16, 1852
GUNNERS TAKE NOTICE
The subscribers take this
method of giving notice of their determination to enforce the Law against
every person hereafter trespassng upon their premises with dogs or gun,
or without: MICHAEL BANGHART * WESLEY BANGHART
* WILLIAM MACKEY * GEORGE VASS * ASA VASTBENDER
* THOMAS PRALL * JACOB TITMAN * MICHAEL P.
BANGHART * WILLIAM GINGLES * JAMES VANSICKLE
* ROBERT QUICK * JOHN HIXSON * THOMAS CRAIG
* ROB'T CRAIG * MICHAEL BOYER * J. VANSICKLE
* J. M. CRACKEN * A. B. ROBESON * F. DERNBERG.
December 2, 1852
Whereas my wife Delilah,
has left my bed and board, [taking with her my daughter Malvina] without
just cause or provocation. This is to caution all persons from harboring
or trusting either as I am determined not to pay any debts of their contracting.
Columbia, Nov. 18th 1852.
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