JVJCTIOE TO CREDITORS. The creditors of John i l Cunoal, who applied far the benefit of the Insolvent Insolvent Laws. July 22, iJl. will present their claims, duly duly authenticated, to iiie undersigned, or to George Earnest, Jr., Ec-q Ec-q Ec-q ,auJito." ef Insolvent Debtors Estates, on or btfre tae Stjlh i!ay f Alarch, 1841, preparatory to adividojH. i;OB'T. PURVIANCE. Jr , j'W Iaw3t Penninent Trustee. TVrOTICE lO CRKDlTOKS. The creditors of Chas. L C'auoles, wlioai-plied wlioai-plied wlioai-plied fr :be benefit of the Insolvent Insolvent Law, May 19, 1834, will present their claims, duly duly authenticates, to the uadersisnedr to Geof.gb Eab-kest, Eab-kest, Eab-kest, Jr , Esq , auditor of Insolvent Debtors Estates, on or before the 25ih Cay of Man h, 1811, pre para ory to a dividend. KOB'T. PURVIANCE, Jr., j '31aw3t Permanent Trustee. DISSOLUTION. The Partnership neretofora existing existing under the firm of J NO. H. COOK 3c SON hits tbisddy t eea dissolve! by mutual consent. The busi- busi- nesj will be hereafter carried on at the old stand, by J NO. H. COOK, who is alone authorized to settle up the aifiirs of the late firm. J. II. COOK, HENRY COOK. Kalti more, January 1, 1841. jl5 law3 TV O I ICE TO CREDITORS. The Crfd.ltra of i JOHN D. WEBSTER, an a; plicantforthe benefit of the Insolvent Laws of Maryland, will present their clai.ru, duly authenticated, to GEORGE EARNEST, Jr., Esq., Auditor of Insolvent Debtors' Fstates, cr to the uiulersig ned Trustee, on or before the 5ih day of April cext. prepa atry to a dividend of assets. feiMawim NEILSJN POE, Permanent Trustee.