A Notice in the Kentucky Gazette "The Commonweath of Kentucky, to the sheriff of Clarke county, greeting : You are hereby commanded to take JESSE HAUSKINS, if he be found within your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you have his body before the judges of our Clarke circuit court, on the third day of their next April term, to answer and say, is any thing he hath or can say, why Polly Hauskins, his wife, shall not be divorced from him the said Jesse Hauskins,agreeably to an act of Assembly entitled " An act for the relief of Polly Hauskins," passed on the 23rd December, in the year 1805 ; and further to do and receive what oursaid court shall in that part consider ; and have then there this writ. Witness, Samuel M Tavlor, clerk of our said court, this third day of March, 1806 and in the XIV. year of the common- wealth. Saml. M. Taylor. This is an action of divorce, founded upon an act of the General assembly, entitled "An act for the relief of Polly Hauskins," and passed on the twenty-third December, 1805 no bail is required- . P Hauskins"