Wednesday, February 4, 1829
Volume 1 No. 47
Page 2 Col. 3a-4a
WHEREAS my wife ELIZABETH has, without any cause whatever, absented herself
from my lodgings, all persons are hereby cautioned against harboring and protecting
her, or forming any bargains or contracts with her, as the subscriber, is determined
not to be responsible for them.
Conasauga, C.N. Jan. 7
(N.B. This notice first appeared in the Jan. 14. edition under "classified" ads)
Mr. Elias Boudinott,
Dear Sir:- In your last number, I find where my husband James Petit advertises
me for being absenting myself from his lodgings without any cause and cautions
all persons from harboring or protecting me or forming any contracts with me,
as he is determined not to pay any of my contracts. Sir, I must let a
generous public know my reasons for leaving his lodging. I did it when
I was ordered. I did not carry away any of his keys. I was compelled to
do what I have done- he has killed nearly all of my stock, for which I shall
want pay. You will please give this an insertion in your paper,
and oblige an injured woman.
Be it known to all whom it may concern, that, from and after this present
date, no advertisement similar to the one complained of above will be inserted
in the Phoenix, except when the advertising person produces good reason to the
editor to show that he or she has just cause of complaint.