COLIN BLAND, having located in the town of Covington, respectfully tenders his professional services to the public. He will practice in the Courts of Shelby, Haywood, and Fayette Counties. And, will likewise attend with punctuality, the Supreme Courts of Law and Chancery in the town of Jackson.
If diligence and attention to business will entitle him to a portion of the public patronage, he hopes to merit it by promptness and punctuality in the discharge of professional duties.
Covington, Jun 1834
[Randolph Recorder, Saturday, July 5, 1834]