parts of then*—will any person be so foolish
as to suppose or believfi that the Legislature
would have appointed agents to rent and sell
land which did not belong to the state ?
What law is there in the above recited stat
utes that gives or grants the title to the Brun
swick commons to any person or to any num- j
ber of persons ? The question is easily an- j
swered, there is no such law on the statute
books of Georgia. Thefora the title to these
lands was in the state —in other words they
w ere vacant at the time Mr King had them run.
But says Mr. “Public Rights,” there are
“such admissions in the statutes as clearly ex
press the understanding and intention of the
Legislature as to the appropriation” of these
lands. The gentleman is perfectly right, and
he might have added that the understanding
and intention of the Legislature are so clearly
and unequivocally expressed in these statutes
that none but a very stupidly obstinate person
could err in discovering their meaning—which
is that the state owns the lands.
There is also says he, “traditionary evidence’’
of the “public character of’these commons”—
what has the name, by which these lands was
called, to do with the title to them ?
Traditionary evidence make the title to land
this is certainly something new. We are then
told that the board of Commissioners of the
Academy and town have been in continued
possession of these lands, since the first settle
ment of the Country, Sic. Was this county
not settled before 1790, w hen the first Com
missioners were appointed P
If the Trustees of the Academy have had
possession of, or rented these lands, they have
done an illegal act. The Commissioners of
the town were required to rent the comjnons to
promote the speedy settlement of Brunswick. —
Can Mr. “Public Rights” tell me why this not
The idea of Mr. “Public Rights,” is that be
cause the agents of the Legislature—the Com
missioners of Brunswick w ere authorized and
required to rent these commons, that therefore
the title vested in them. Were this the law
land owners would have to be very careful
how they appointed agents.
I think, Mr. Editor, that it will appear to the
satisfaction of any unprejudiced mind that the
Brunswick commons were the property ofthe
State, consequently they were “vacant” and
under the laws establishing a Land Office,
passed in 1777, and since that time any person
owning head rights, had a perfect right to run
them—therefore Mr. King has done no more
than any citizen had a perfect right to do.
Mr. King has, by having these lands run,
done Hither a legal or an illegal act—if lie has
done a legal act he has wronged no one—there
fore no one has a right to complain. If Mr.
King has done an illegal act he cannot hold
the land and Mr. Public Rights can show his
love for the people and of public justice, which
he talks so much about, by instituting a suit
at law against Mr. King to recover the lands.
Should he succeed he will prove that he is
right in his statement, that this land was not
vacant If, however, the Court should decide
that Mr. King had a right to run the land,
the people will see that Mr. “Public Rights”
has been meddling with a matter he knew noth
ing about. ' BRUNSWICK.
Riots. Boston, which claims to be the prude
of our American cities is a perfect virago. —
From early times she has been famous for her
mobs and unruly spats. Her mob of 1770,
when five of the citizens were shot down in the
streets—then the snow balling ofthe red coats
by the boys on the common— quickly followed
by the famous tea party, all entitle her to a
character for any thing but mildness previous
•to the days ofthe Revolution. With her old
age her temper has not all improved. Kean
the actor, was obliged to fly the city in dis
guise—the burning of the Convent—the Fire
men’s riot last Summer, and the recent mobbing
of “the Montgomery Guards.” prove that years
have given a looser rein to her passions. The
affair of these Montgomery Guards Is unpar
donable, and reflects disgrace on the Bos
tonians. A military corps was formed exclu
sively t)f Irish citizens and their descendants,
and selected the name of Montgomery, who
fell a conqueror on the plains of Abraham—a
name dear to every American, and which alone
should protect every man who assumes it.—
We think the formation of such a corps was
in bad taste, but surely they were to be wish
ed all manner of prosperity—such does not
appear to have been the opinion of the Bos
tonians, who heaped on them every indignity
during the day, and the mob pelted them with
rocks, brick-bats and other missiles on their
inarch to their armory. It is high time that
these sallies and freaks of her citizens should
be severely punished, or Bostoq must lose her
.Yote by the Printer s Devil. In the words of
King Richard .
“ What do they irv the North,
When they should serve their Sovereign in
Elections. In this County, the State
Rights Ticket prevailed by a large majority.
Mr. King was elected to the Senate without
opposition. Mr. F. M. Scarlet and Col. W. W.
Hazzard were chosen Representatives ; Bailey
Forrester Tax Collector, and John Franklin,
In Mclntosh—The Union Ticket waa suc
cessful. Capt A. R, Powell was elected to
the Senate—Messrs. McDonald and King to
To Correspondents. “Justice” and the!
reply are both in type, but have been deferred
from an impression that their nonappearance
will more promote the end “Justice” has in!
view than would their publication*
TW lout factors.
PROPOSALS wil be received by the sub-!
scriber at Boston until the first of Decem
ber, 1837, part or the whole of the work
necessary for the completion of the Canal com
menced last season from Brunswick, Georgia.to
the Altainaha River, agreeable to the survey
made by Col Loamnii Baldwin. The site may
be examined and every information given by
Lieut. J. L. Locke, superintendant ofthe works
By order of the Directors,
EDWARD ELDREDGE, Gen. Agent, j
Boston, 31st Aug. 1837.
BrutiKiiirk Canal and Kail
Koad C ompany.
THE Stockholders of the Brunswick Canal :
and Rail Road Company, are notified that
an assessment of live per cent, on the Capital
Stock of said Company, is made payable at the
Eagle Bank in Boston, on the 11th September
next. Also, an assessment pf five per cent, on
10th October next. Per order.
JOHN J. FISK, Treasurer.
July 7, 1837.
Extracts from the Acts of Incorporation.
“In case any Stockholder should refuse to j
pay his or their instalments when called on in
manner aforesaid, it shall be lawful for the I
Board to declare such shares of stock forfeited |
to the use and benefit of the Company.”
“Before payment by the State of Georgia of j
their subscription it is “Provided, that the Com
missioners or Board ®f Directors of the said
Canal and Rail Road Company, shall exhibit a !
certificate that jjjjiC.individual stockholders, on
their part, shaJLMvo first paid their instalments
when called toKjgreeable to the terms of the
act of incor^Mmifin.”
Emporium ol* F»*liioii. |
THE subscribers tender their thanks to the
gentlemen of Glynn County for the lib
eral patronage they have received and hope by
their continued exertions and untiring attention
to business, to merit further patronage. They
intend in the fall to open as splendid an assort
ment of GOODS in their line, as will be found
in any other establishment of the kind in the
city of Darteffi. They again invite the public
to call and judge for themselves.
Their establishment will remain open during
the Summed and all orders punctually attended
•to. SHERMAN & CHURCHILL. !
N. B. A case of superior white HATS, just
Darien, July 27, 1837.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
ALL persons indebted to JOHN J. MOR
GAN, are requested to make payment
previous to NovemhSfcist, —as all accounts re
maining unpaid after that time, will be left with
an Attorney. cptm Sept. 14.
—* ' 1
FOUR months after date application will he
made to the Honorable the Justices of the
Inferior Court, of Glynn County, when setting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the real
and personal property iu Georgia, of ELIZA
BETH HARRISON, of Glynn County.,* de
ceased, for the benefit of the heirs and credi
tors of said estate.
B B. GOWEN, Executor.
Sept. 7, 1837.
FOUR months after date application wifi be
made to the Honorable the Justices ofthe
Inferior Court, of Glynn County, when setting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the real
and personal property in Georgia, of JOHN
COUPER, Jr. late of Mobile, deceased, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of said estate.
J. HAMILTON COUPER, Executor.
Aug. 31. 4m.
Valuable Inuii* f‘or«a!c,
ON Green Creek, Glynn County, lti miles)
from the City of Brunswick, and two!
miles from sloop navigation, consisting of 1122 j
Acres, 500 of which tile very first quality Swamp j
and hammock—between 3 and 400 acres ofthe j
best quality hammock not subject to inunda
tion, the entire planting lands very easy drain
ed—GO acres or more in a tine state of cultiva- I
tion. On the premises is a dwelling, kitchen. ]
cornhouse, Negro houses, Ac, —a good horsegin j
perfectly new, and a fine well of water. The j
above plantation can be had low if application !
is made immediately.
For further information apply to Mr. B. B.
GOWEN, on the premises or to the subscriber !
at Bethel, Glynn County.
V. WOOLLEY. 1
The Savannah Republican will please insert
the above twice a month for two months, and j
forward the account to Bethel for payment.
ON the first Tuesday in November next, i
will be sold at Public Auction in front of
the Court in Brunswick, Glynn Coun
ty, the following Town Lots : viz—Nos. IG4,
IG7, 172, 174, 179, (five) sold as the property
of the Estate of John Elliott, late of Liberty
County, deceased ; and by permission and or
der of the Court of Ordinary of said County
for the benefit of the Heirs, and division
among them. The terms ofapplication having
been complied with, under a Law and Order
thereafter made by the Court; Grant to said
Lots made by the State of Georgia to said John
Elliott, 3d. October, 1785, and Taxes regularly
I paid thereon ever since to the County and
I State. Terms cash.
JAMES S BULLOCH,
Aug. 31, 1837. Adin'r Est. of J. Elliot.
ijst ol' Let tors
REMAINING in the Post Office at Bruns
wick, Ga. on the 30th of , 1837, znd
if not taken out before the 30th of September,
1837, will be seat to the Post Office Department
as dead letters :
John Burnett—Martin Brine—Clerk of Sup.
Court—T. B. Coolidge—Martin Cocroren—
Mrs Clement Dubignon—Jonathan Dow—W.
B.Davis—Baylie Forrester—John Head—Himes
Holt—Thbmas S. Joyce—Samuel Jones—James
C. Mahgham—Alex. McDonald—Elizabeth
McDonould —James Moore—James May—Ro
bert Page —Dalton Pecker—George Richardson
—Jacob Rumph—Win Steadman—Louise Sex
ton —Zack. Timmons—John W. Turner.—
Richard White—Henry Wing—Clement Ward.
July 13. GEE DUPREE, P. M.
NEATLY EXECUTED AT TIM CFFIOE.
THE subscriber would inform the inhabi
tants of Brunswick and those of Glynn
and the adjoining counties, that he will be
in readiness the coining Autumn to execute any
orders in his line, such as
House, Sign, Coach, Chaise, Chair and
Ar.so, Gilding, varnishing Furniture, Ac.
done at the shortest notice and on satisfactory
XT A supply of Paints. Oils, Glass, Ae. con
stantly on hand.
* FRANCIS H. TUFTS.
June a Cm,
SitOO It cwa rd !
ESCAPED from the Jail of Anderson, S. C.
I on the evening of the 13th inst. a man
a 1 ling himself ALDIS BRAINARD, a Den
ist by profession. He was convicted at the
last fall term in the court of that District, of
Bigamy, and sentenced to two years imprison
ment, and to pay a fine of $I0(K1.
Braihard is aboutfivefi et six or seven inches
high, rather stout made, dark hair and eyes, a
slight inclination to baldness in front, and a
somewhat remarkable Outness on the top of his
head. He is of genteel appearance, fluent-and
plausible ; wore when he escaped a black cloth
dress coat, black hat, and fashionable boots.
The above reward and all necessary expenses
.” he.paid for his apprehension and delivery
to me, or his lodgment in any jail, and informa
tion so that I can get him. * •
A. N. M FALL, Sheriff A. D.
O’ Editors who are disposed to bring to jus
tice the greatest villian unhung, will please
give the above a few insertions.
Howell co bb, attorney n Law,
.Office, at Perry, Houston County, Ga.
Howei.t. Cobh will attend to.profess onal
business in the counties-Houstoneof the Flint;
Twiggs,' Pulaski and Dooly, of the Southern :
and Stewart, Randolph, Lee, Sumpter and Ma
rlon of the Chattahoochie Circuits.
July 20, 1837. ly.
Georgia — Utynn County.
WHEREAS Amki.ia Hornsby has applied
to me for Letters of Administration on
the Estate and effects of Elijah Hornsby, late
of said County, deceased—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased to be and appear at my office in the
time prescribed by law, to shew cause if any
they have, why said Letters should not be gran
Witness the Honorable JainessC. Maugham,
one of the Justices of said Court, this 24th
June, 1837. JOHN BURNETT,
June 29. Clerk C. O. G. C.
“OGLETIIOISPE HOUSE,’' 9
a THIS new and elegant estab
lishment having been fitted and
furnished in a superb style, is now
open for the reception of company
under the direction of the subscriber. The sit
uation ofthe House is airy and the prospect de
lightl’ul. The rooms will he found extremely
cool and comfortable during the heat of the
summer, and board for ijiniilies or single gen
tlemen may be taken by the week or single
day, and no pains nor expense will he spared to
make the house an agreeable retreat for all
those who may honor the subscriber with their
The Bar will be stocked with the choicest
Wines, Liquors, Ac. and the Larder filled with
the best the market affords, and the subscriber
flatters himself that he shall be able to place
his establishment under such rules and regula
tions as will meet the approbation ofthe com
munity. His acquaintance with the duties of
a Public House and his entire devotion to those
duties he hopes will secure him the favor of
the public. f
*** There is a commodious Stable at
tached to the establishment, well stocked with
Hay and Grain. JOHN DAVIS.
St liool Notice.
THE subscriber will re-open his School at
the Glynn County Court House on MON
DAY. the 2d day of October next, when lie re
spectfully solicits a continuance of the patron
age which has been so liberally atfordedfjiiiii
during his last term. He flatters himself That
lie will be able to give satisfaction to all who
wish their children instructed in the Pri
mary Branches of an English Education, if en
trusted to his care. Terms, $4 per Term of
Twelve Weeks. AARON JONES, Jr.
Ur. H . J. Amlrr*oii,
HAY ING located himself in the County of
Glynn, respectfully tenders his profes
sional services to the public.
Dr. Anderson will be found at Mr. VY’. B.
Stockton's (Buffalo) at all hours unless profes
sionally engaged. Aug. 17.
I*o*l Office Aoticc.
II ROM and after this date, the mail from
this place will be made up and depart on
Mondays and Thursdays, at 12 M. It will con
tinue to arrive as usual on Tuesdays and Fri
days GEE DUPREE, P. M.
To tlie Koat t'liib* of'the City
of \eiv Vork.
GENTLEMEN : —“ The Aquatic Club of
Georgia, having frcqently heard of the
fleetness ol your Boats and skill of your Oars
men, are desirous ol' comparing the speed ot
one ot their Boats, w ith the speed of one of
yours, on the following terms:
They propose to run their four Oared Canoe
Boat “Dizard,” one straight mile opposite the
City of Savannah, iu lair and calm’ w eather, a
gainst any four Oared Plank Boat built in the
City of New York, not over 27 feet 3 inches on
the keel, (which is the length of the Lizard's)
for Ten Thousand Dollars u side—Two thbus
The race to take place in the month of Nol
vember next. Should the day that may be a
greed not be fair and calm, the race to take
place on the first fair and calm day thereafter.
The stakes to be deposited in one of the
Banks in Savannah, on or before the Ist day of
Should the terms proposed, be acceptable,
address Chas. ft. Floyd, Jeffersonton, Camden
Cos, Ga. and particulars can be arranged by cor
CHAS. R. FLOYD, ) Secretaries
HENRY DUBIGNON, J A. C G.
LOST from the piazza of Mrs Lamb’s house,
a russet leather VALISE, containing a
few articles of clothing, a dressing case and a
file ol papers and thrte memorandum books, of
no use*to any person but the owner. Whoev
er will return the papers and books either with
or without the other articles, shall receive the
above reward of ten dollars and no questions
asked, on application to thiEoffiec.
Brunswick.une 8, 18 37.
w- -*• #
a 9 siii is aamat a w
THE subscribers would intorm the public
that they are prepared to receive orders
for PRINTING, such as—
and the various kinds of Ornamental, Fancy
The materials being new they Hatter them
selves they will be able to give satisfaction to
those who may favor them wit!? their patron
age. daVis a short.
Brunswick, June 8, 1837.
Books at Newspaper Postage.
WALDIES LITERARY OMNIBUS
JVorcI and Important Literary Enterprise.'
NvviHs, Tales, Biography, Voyage#, Trarcls,
Reviews, and the .Yews of the Day. It was
one of the great objects of “Waldies Library,
“to make good reading cheaper, and to bring
Literature to every man’s door.” ’this object
has been accomplished ; we have given to
books wingsf and they have flown to the up
permost parts of our vast continent, carrying
society to the secluded, occupation to the lite
rary, information to all. We now propose still
further to reduce prices, and render tire access
to a literary banquet, more than two fold ac
cessible ; we gave, and shall continue to give,
in the quarto library, a volume weekly for two
cents a day ; we now propose t lt give a volume,
in the same period, for less than four rents a
week, and to add, as a piquant seasoning to the
dish, a few columns of shorter literary matters,
and a summary of the news and events of the
day. We know, by experience and calcula
tion, that we can go still further in the matter
of reduction, and we feel, that there is still
verge enough for us to aim at offering to an.
increasiug literary appetite, that mental food
which it craves.
The Select Circulating Library, now as ever
so great a favorite, will continue to make its
weekly visits, and to be issued in a torin lor
binding and preservation, and its price anil
form will remain the same. But we shall, in
the first week of January, 1837, issue a lingo
sheet, ofthe size of file largest newspapers ol
America, but on very superior paper, also. Jilt
ed with be/ohs, ofthe newest and most entertain
ing, though, in their several departments ol
Novels, Tale*. Voyages, Travels, Ac., select m
their character, joined with reading, such as
should fill a weekly newspaper. By this meth
od, we hope to accomplish a great good ; toen
liven and enlighten the family circle, anil to
give to it, at at expense which shall be no con
sideration to any, a mass of reading, that, in
book form, would alarm the pockets of the pru
dent. and to do it in a manner that the most
sceptical shall acknowledge “ the power ol
concentration can no farther go.” No boon,
which appears in Waldie s (Quarto Library, will
be published in tile Omnibus, which wiltuc an
entirely distinct periodical.
Terms. Waldie s Literary Omnibus, will
be issued every Friday morning, printed on pa
per of a quality superior to any other weekly
sheet, and of the largest size. It will contain,
Ist. Books, the newest and the best that can
he procured, equal every week, to a London
duodecimo volume, embracing Novels, Travels,
Memoirs, Ac., and only chargeable with .Ycies
2d. Literary reviews, tales, sketches, notices
of books, and information from “the world ut
letters,” of every description?
3d. The news of the week, concentrated into
a small compass, but in a sulhc.ent amount to
embrace a knowledge of the principal events,
political and miscellaneous, ot Europe and A
The price will be TWO DOLLARS to clubs
of five subscribers, where the paper is forward
ed to one address. Tile clubs ol two individ
uals. FIVE DOLLARS ; single mail subscrib
ers, THREE DOLLARS. The discount ou
uncurrent money will be charged to tltp remit
ter;. the low price and superior paper, absolute
ly prohibit paying a discount.
i|_J On no condition wilt S copy ever be scut,
until the payiiinit-is received in advance..
As the arrangement^for the prosecution of
this great literary undertaking, are all made,
and the proprietor lias redeemeu all his pledges
to a generous public for many /cars, no tear ol
non-lulfilment of the contract can be l'elt. The
Omnibus will be regularly issued, and will
contain, in a year, reading matter equal in a
tnount to two volumes of Rees’ Cyclopedia, for
the small sum mentioned above. Address (post
paid,) ADAM WALDIE.
4(i Carpenter street, Philadelphia.
(UTEditors throughout the Union and Cana
da, will confer a favor, by giving the above one
|or more conspicuous insertions, and accepting
the work for a year as compensation.
Tli c 12 \ |» e r i hi e ii t.
IN issuing a Prospectus for the publication ot
a paper, the undersigned will depart from a
usage honored in the breach, than in the
observance, and make no promises which it is
not his design to fulfil. “The Experiment,
alter a trial of almost 12 months, itas nol failed in
recuring for the Editor, the attention and pat
sonage desired ; and it is confidently believed,
in rendering to subscribers, at least an equiva
lent for the pittance they contributed towards
its support. Gratified tor the encouragement
mainlesteff, desirous of making ins little paper
worthy the patronage of an enlightened and
generous public, the subscriber lias determined
to enlarge it to nearly quadruple the present
dimensions, so tiiat it will contain nearly lour
times as much matter.as it now does. Thus
will be afforded greater space lor his own lucu
brations and those correspondents, together
with Advertisements anil judicious selections
it may not be inappropriate here to remark, that,
for want of room, some ofthe best communica
tions h*ve been excluded, and occasionally in
teresting matter, difficult to condense within so
small a compass. With increased labor and
expenditure, he must hope for increased re
ward; and consequently, the subscription price
for the second volume will be One Dollar in
advance, or One Dollar and Fifty Cents, at the
expiration ofthe year. Tins alteration, it
be perceived, is not in proportion to the change
of size in the paper; the times being hard, we
are willing to work as low as wt can, Ui save
ourselves from debt, to please our patrons and
Advertisements, as heretofore atso cents per
square for the first insertion, and 25 cents per
square for each subsequent insertion.
(L/=Thos4 wh<s can conveniently pay in ad
vance, by doing so, will not only save them
selves a heavy'interest, but enable us, with
more alacrity and advantage, to prosecute the
work. * F. J. ROBINSON.
Washington, Ga., July 27, 1&37.
[lj*Faperß publishing the above, will confer
ACRES of PLNE LAND on Col
vJvFvf lege Crvek. For particulars enquire
at this otfiee. . Jane $.
THE subscriber has opened a School at the
Court House in Brunswick, Glynn Cos.
where youth of both sexes are instructed in all
the branches of an English education, viz:—
Reading and Spelling, Writing, English (fam
iliar. Geography and Common Arithmetic
lie will also give instruction in Natural Philos
ophy. Cl, eniistry and Rhetoric.
Board can be obtained on very reasonable
.terms in tlie immediate vicinity, and the sub
' scriber pledges himself that no exertion will
be*Mvanting.on his part to give perfect satisfac
tion to all who may entrust their children to
liis care. Terms: Common branches, $4 per
quarter; Philosophy, Chemistry. Ac. s»>.
jr ' aakodflones. Jr.
.Refer to J. W. Frost.
Acw iMore. .
GEORGE HARRINGTON A CO.
HAVE cqpimenced business in this place, I
amPintend keeping as general An assort
ment of goods as can be«f»und in aiif store in
this section of the State, and they rcspectuilly
solicit the patronage of the PUHftcrs and others,
so far as they iqay deserve it.
'They have just received from Boston a good
assortment of *
English and American Piece GOODS,
Crockery, Glass and Hard Ware,
Boots and Shoes, and
Ready made Clothing,
and they will constantly be receiving addition
THEY HAVE NOW FOR SALE,
Blown and bleached Shirtings and Sheetings,
Ticking, Calicoes and Cambrics,
G nighains, Flannels, Satt.net,
Mcr.nos, Negro Cloths,
Silk and Colton Handkerchiefs,
Ribbons, Gimps, Hosiery,
Thread, SewiugfSilk, Pins, Bindings,
Buttons, Table Cloths, Shawls, l, lnUellas,
Blankets, Mattrasses, Ac. Ac.
I. KOI FRIES.
Brown and Loaf Sugar, 'leaf Coffee,
Chocolate, Shells, Molasses,
Brandy, Gin umi Wines,
Raisins, Cassia, Nutmegs, Cloves, Cocoa,
Ginger, Mustard, Street Oil,
Pepper, Cayenne, Candles, Soap,
Spermaceti Oil, Tobacco, Cigars,
Butter, Cheese, Pepper Sauce,
Starch, Pimento Salt Petre, Salt,
Pick led Salmon, Mackerel, CodtidTi,
Tongues and Sounds, Ac. Ac.
Such as Tubs, Pails, Dippers, Axe Handles,"
Corn Brooms, Ac. Ac.
Axes, Adzes, Frying Pans, Window Glass,
Steel, Nails, Fowling Pieces,
Brass Kettles, Knives and Forks,
Penknives, Scissors, Brushes,
with almost every article wanted in builduur,
or for family use.
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ready made Clothing,
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
A complete assortment for family-use.
G. 11. A CD. will receive orders tor any ar
tides ol Foreign or Domestic growth or utunu
lacture that can be procured in Boston, con
fident that their advantage’s of obtaining such
articles will enable them to give satisfaction
those who may employ them.
Brunswick, Ga. June 8, 1837.
1 lie Lion* ol' Philadelphia.
Ti iHE architectural beauty of many of the
-L PUBLIC BUILDINGS of this city is pro
verbial. They have ndt only been the pride of
the city, hut excite the attention of all stran
gers. Believing that it would be highly accep
table to our numerous patrons, scattered as they
are lrom the Lakes to the Ocean, to be present
ed with Splendid Illustrations, from the
hands of first rate artists—we have made ar
rangements to bring out a complete series.—
They will embrace a correct ant. 1 well executed
view oi all the PUBLIC EDIFICES, of our
city and vicinity, forming in the end a collec
tion, that may well be termed the I.IONS OF
PHILADELPHIA, and which will be present
ed to our trenching upon the
usual variety of our columns. Where it may
be expedient we will accompany the engrav
ings with such descriptions of size and facts of
history, as may be of interest.
We shili begin tbe publication as soon as vve |
get several engravings from the bands of the j
artists, who are now at work upon them. On j
the appearance of the first view we shall espe- '
daily increase our edition of the Courier, to
supply those who may wish to obtain and prc- s
serve these views.
'Fin* views will also appear regularly in the
PH ILA DELPHI A M 1 RROR.
II j Asa trifling expression of our regard, we
shall print tlie whole series, at their completion,
upon line white paper, in uniform style—fiirm
ing a heautital collection of Views, and present
them to sueh of our country brethren, as may
oblige us by an insertion of this notice. ».
Philadelphia, June 27, 1837.
jVTOW in operation under the superinten
-L 1 donee of the subscriber, abdut nine miles
above Brunswick, in the vicinity of John Bur
nett, Esq. in winch youth of both sexes may
receive instruction in all the branches usually
taught m our academies. Board may be obtuin
ed for a few individuals in the immediate vi
cinity on reasonable terms. Terms of Tuition.
Common branches of English studies, six dol
lars per quarter. Languages and higher branch
es ot Mathematics, eight dollars.
ELAM t>. ASHCRAFT.
\r W. WILSON will contract to erec
* bflildings of wood or brick m Brunswick
during the coming Autumn and Winter oq the
most reasonable terms and in workmanlike
Letters directed to him at Lynn, Mass, dur
ing the summer will meet with prompt atten
tion. For a specimen of his work to
the 1 üblic House built under his direction in
I’ or “tore particular information apply to Mr
J. Dans, of the" Oglethorpe House.'
Brunwsick, June 8,1837.
HE REAS James C Ma.ngham, has ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration
o* the Estate and Effects of Jacob Linder,
.late of said County, deceased—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred amd creditors of/h*
said deceased to be and appear at my office in
the time prescribed by law, to shew cause if any
they have, why said Letters should not be gran
ted. . *
YVitness the Honorable J. Hamilton Couper,
one of the Justices of said Court, this 12th
June, 1637. JOHN BURNETT, Clerk
.fiMf 16 C O G O-
To Bnilders Sc Contractor**
THROUGHOUT GEORGIA. * T,t
HAVING received a number of comnj u, fy
cations from individuals eMW*
ies respecting my Brick Machine, invente* wj
Calvin Waterman, and now in ulnqsssfjjl ope
ration in this place, I take this method of •*'
swering them— l invite all who feel disposed
to purchase rights, to coir.e and see the opera -
tion-oftho machine, and if there bp inrjpDd
who says he is disappointed in his expocUtlboa,
F bind myself to pay the expenses of his trip.
I do not expect to sell a right to anjMne pitfi
out their first havingpeen the 4kchr]lt>; bat m
order to afford an idea of its val u»rt th«
following cert fleates. one dff Stem sigfi£d by'
two of thp most experienced lyidk inaaou* any
the Southern States. In my 4 absence'*fimn
Macon, the editors of the Messenger Ojj
as my authorized agents.
We In ving witnessed IliW^^BfclUancstC/ftS
T 1.. Smith’s new Brick MsSfipe,
Calvin Waterman, now iqW
place, take pleasure ip report)mending irlUph#'•
public. Tjie fact of ito^rerfoti(|Bire* is fcsliSr
recommendation. 'We-tidied it, %lid find that'
with new moulds and inexperienced
made at the rate of two thonlkiid £®eC hand
red and sixty-eight brick per By iwSfild-',
mg ten hours in a day, it would tnerofoi-£*tarn
out twenty-three thousand six hundredjseiftlsyy
It requirestsix boys to bear off, and four to land
the moulds. Ac.—together* with four grown
men. Thus fourteen hands are sufficient to
make the above named quantity ofrthetoost
beautiful brick per dav.
DAVID F. WILSON.
Macon. April 14. 1837. , • ,
I have witnessed the performance of Mr T.-'
Smith's new Brick-making Machine, just
put into operation in this place: and have no
hesitation in pronouncing it a great and usefuLf
improvement ou any pther method of brick
making I linve ever seen, both as to the quality
of the brick and expedition By re
quest I timed the machine for half an hour;
the result of Unit trial shows that with 14 hands-’
the machine will turn otH of beautiful and well
tempered brick. 2..1118 in one hour, Or about4o
to the mi irate. JNO. RUTHERFORD. /
Macon, April 14. dune 8 |y^
IMablhihinent of tbe Journal
Oifice Ibr sal?. ,k ».- *’
OM IN'G to the intended removal of one of*
the Editors and the wish ofthe other to
devote himself more exclusively to the duties
of his profession, the undersignefoffer for sale
the establishment of the North Carolina Jour
nal Office. The office is well found in Job,-
newspaper and ornamental type, the list of sub
scribers is tolerably large, a»d tlrt>y doubt not
might he greyly augmented by a little exertion.
To any pershn desirous of embarking 1n the
business it offers inducements not inferior to .
any in the State, but to a practical printer they
know of no investment he could make of him
monvy that would yield him a more profitable'
return. IIYBART A STRANGE.
Fayetteville, 30th Map, 18.37.
O'Printers will confer a favor by giving the'
above two or three insertions in their papers. * ‘
- —r— •!
Geaernl and Col-*
T lection Agency. ,
undersigned, late editor and propriety*
ofthe Avgusta Chronicle, having the
tensive business of that establishment tp close,*
and conscious frgjp long experience, liowmsth
such a facility is needed, at least by
is disposal to connect with it a General
ey for the collection of .\nrspupcr and otheg
Debts, in this and the neighboring Southern
States, and will travel almost continuajly to
present them himself. Should the business of
be sufficient, the agenisy will he made sr
permanent one—and while li is long connexion
with the Press and consequent knowledge of
its peculiar requisitions and benefits from such
an Agency, and his extensive personal acquiin
tanee with the localities and people ofthe coun
try, afford peculiar facilities for the perform
a nee of it«r duties, he trusts that suitable cn
quiries will leave no doubt of prompt find faith
ful attention to then).
A. 11. PEMBERTON.*
Mr. Pemberton will commence atrip through*
Barnwell and Beaufort Districts, to Savannah
thence through Bryan, Liberty, Mclntoiby
Glynn end Camden counties, and back through
May no, Ac. to Savannah ; and thence through*
Effingham, St riven, Burke, Jefferson, Wuh
ington and Warren, to Augusta. After which
he will travel through most ofthe neighboring
districts of South Carolina, and the middle ang
upper counties of Georgia; and through the
States of Alabama, Mississijtfii, Louisiana, N:
Carolina. Virginia. Ac. Vr>"~ ,
He will receive, for collection, claims of any
kind. Terms as follows :
.Yewspaper accounts, i,w. (including those of
Periodicals.) when to be made out by him from
general lists, forwarded by mail, Ac. 15 p^ r
.Yew subscribers, with payment in advance 25
per cent; without payment in advance.
percent. Ifc has been offered ihore in some
instances, hut cannot com sent to take more from
one than another, or than he himself would
willingly pay; and now fixes on these rates-a»
those lie lias paid, and as being as low as can
bo aft'otded, or as he has ever known paid-*—
trusting for remuneration, more to the probable
extent of business he may receive, than to the
rates themselves, together with the considera
tion of travelling for ins health, and to collect
Mercantile accounts, 5 per cent, more or lea*
according to amount, Ac.
Remittances will be made accordirg to instrerr
turn, and at the risk of those to whom they ore
addressed—he furnishing the PostmasterV cer
tificate of the amount deposited, and description
of money, whenever a miscarriage' Decora —*
When left to l„s discretion; as qften
stances, amount collected, safety, economy
Ac. may seem to justify, and cheek’s, drafts, oF
suitable notes in size, currency where
(•ail be obtained—and ut the risk of thosmßKrt';
dressed to him in tins city, wjJl ImfimincdtfKT‘l
forwarded to him, when absdh£&gL?'’
Rcjercnce t > any one who jjpgM|a
there are few who do not in t h Spfrffy og sgnjfjjwp:
lie is now Agent for the follovnak. tBjKBv.
pers and Periodicals, and
subscriptions or payments
Chronicle and Sentinel, ’Augusta. " -w
Constitutionalist, • <[«,-»•, 1 ; $
Southern Medical and Surgical Jmtrmrf
Advocate, Brunswick, Chu m
Mercury, Charleston. *
Southern Patriot, do.
Southern Literary Journal do. * ,
Southern Agriculturalist, do. > . 2
Western Carolinian Solidary, N,C*
farmers Register, Petersburg, Va > w - ,
Southern Literary Messenger, RicbaotaiJßW
Merchant, Baltimore. '
Reformer, Wbah ington City. ’
Augusta, June 89.
O" Publishers of Newspapers, Ac.,
think proper to engage his servicoa,, will jfflb
give the tfbove two or three cchnuaneus laser
.tioas weekly or monthly, and toward the '