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MILL E !) ■ 1F. V l L L K, TUESDAY, FEIHUTAUY G. IS in.
UBLISHED BY SEATON GRANTLAND,
JVR INTER TO THE STATE,) ON JEF
FERSON STREET, OPPOSITE THE
NORTH END ok THE STATE-HOUSE.
TERMS THREE DOLLARS PER AN
NUM, ONE HALF TO BE PAID IN AD
advertisements will re tiiank-Jrs the property
/Jsitk- j To Rent,
WILL BE SOLD, on the lstTuea.!The;.V7T0A?£ HOUSE, fronting th
duv in March next, in Laurens pciolic square, and on Wayne an.
between the usual hours, .Washington Streets, belonging to
Two Negro Women,
MIS CELL UN
OK EVENTS JN I HE YEAR 1809.
THE slow, the-silent and
,the estate of John Peterson, dic’d.
Lor terms apply to A. M. Devereux, viating wheels ol time have acsoin
nained brace and Leper, levied on Esquire. jpiished another revolution ; and thei
Laian Cason, to John Crowder, annual round once more commences,
l ULl.Y received, and PUBLISHED satisfy an execution in f avour of Wil-
tue customary prices. Iliam M’Griff.—Condition* Cash.
J a mi ary 30
On the first Tuesday in March
next, WILL BE SOLD between
the usual hours, at Monticello,
One Lot of Land,
No. 215, in nineteenth district of
Baldwin county, now Randolph, le
vied on as the property oi Jos. Hole-
man, William Phillips and William
Hammett, to satisfy an execution in
favour of Eleazar Jeter. ALSO,
One Negro Girl,
named Lucy, one likely Yoke of
Oxen and Cart, Four good Feather
Beds and Furniture, one Sorrel
Horse, Seven Cows and Yearlings,
and twenty-five head of likely Hogs,
all taken as the property of Joseph
Carter to satisfy sundry executions
against him ; property pointed out
by the defendant. ALSO,
One Likely Sorrel Horse,
levied on ns the property of Nche-
miah Harvey, to satisfy an execution
in favour of Samuel Lancastor
property pointed out by the defen
One Lot of Land,
No. 19, in the sixteenth district of
Baldwin county, now Randolph,
Isaac Kirkscy, Sheriff.;
|Although the laws of nature are fix
" .ed by the Unalterable fiat ol’thedeitv
\ rrj in nn a ayrum ;n 'V co-partnership, under the firm of lt m:i y diere.oie ,
lurJuJli JL AL v JLijOva.^ r'.f r. • j\ i -a fi ;to review the revolt]
'.^ v IVton, Dunham, O 1 .taken place in rclario
The Subscriber informs his friends
i —- —— — .yet the political and moral world an.
11 tds 'file Subscribers ha\ htg entered into subjected to vicissitude and change.
• r ‘ therefore be deemed ustnu
utions that havt
taken place in relation to human so-
with a view to transact business in the cietv during the last year, in order
ji \ fi foil \QK that we may fairly proceed and vi*
^ ± ’ gorouslv pursue the sieps of u old fa-
AN1) titer time” in his,present and fuiur.
COMMISSION LINE ', 'progress. A general survey of al
and the public in general, that he has will receive and forward produce to^] 1 ^ nations of turn earth affords bu;
purchased the house fonuerlv occu-'any port in the United States, oh li;t!: scope lor reflection. In ever
pietl by Major Edwin Mminger,l«?asopable terms. Having large and f i UiU ter | n ;,,L “ "or.a mankind ap-
where he intends to continue his for-'convenient Ware-Houses, they will l K:a |.' to P 1<)J u;1 ^ ustt.u, round then
receive on Storage all kind of Goods u *“ Oi m, dull and vegetative c.rcle.
and produce, at reduced rates ; they RiUiaugn in thj gross we perceive
intend keeping a general suppiv of |! r , tu , L ' u j tc our astouis.imont, yet
‘ ’ jin the ue-Uul our feeungs are rrgii.a-
vil Odd U Sj [ted and our minds instructed bv the
and other Merchandize suitable for|moinentous changes ofevery passing
the back countrv, which they trill'season.
mer line of business, and ltopes In
due attention and industry to merit
MHedgeville, Jan. 9, 1810. 11—tf
A Lad from 14 to 16 t ears of age
as an apprentice to the Carriage Ma
king Business. Apply to H. 8; E.
GA I LS, in JMilicdgeville.
January 23. 13-—tf
II. &; E. Gates
Respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally, tlv.it thev have
taken the shop directly opposite Mae
jor John Howard’s in Mnledgevillo,
here they carrv on the
oarter lor produce on liberal terms.
V. H. Vivion,
IV. A. Dunham,
December 19. 8—lit
GEORGIA, ) Fre i.-iiL uieir[ " *
II ashmgton County. ) honor-., Ecu- QJ . (b
rv Slappv, Francis Tennell,Tnomas
Face, Francis Boykin, and Frede
rick Cullen—It appearing to the
court that John Tomlinson, Admi
nistrator to the estate of Buiiamin
Tomlinson, deceased, hath notified
... . - f i i in one of the public Gazettes oi this
levied on as the property of William.Gentlemen planters anil others can 1
W. Lennon to satisfy an execution,he supplied with Axes, Mattocks.
in favour of Barrett and Sims ; pro-iPloughs, &c. of an excellent quality
perty pointed out by the defendant.!on the shortest notice. Any orders
ALSO, the one hall" of a Brick from the country will be gratefully
Kiln, containing about received and strictlv attended to.
levied on as the property of Josiah
Goolsbey to satisfy an execution in
favour of Augustin Harris ; the
property pointed out by the Plaintifl’s
oraey, levied on by Jesse Lvans, , r . , ... ,,
vx ci t a i cn iUhean for Cash, Clean Cotton,
Deputy Sheriff. ALSU, •- * ’ ■ ’
' ’ lYoung Negroes, that
One Book, one drawing knife, Valuable Lot of Land,
two augurs, three small hammers,' No> 1Q fourlcenth district Baldwin
one writing desk, one Umbrel
la, one Club Axe, two pair of hinges,
throe fifes, one snuff bottle and box,
and two pistol barrels, levied on as
the property of Icabod Nelson, to
satisfy an execution in favour of
Ishain Huckoby. ALSO,
One Lot of Land,
‘No. 8, in the fifteenth district of
IU I o tlliu Wlliun Ltlll . t II i IT
, , ;. T ^ , state, that lie would aopiy to the lu-
th Axes, Mattocks,:- . ... 1 1 }
„ t ,■ Lerior court of this countv, in terms
un evr.p.llent nnHliIvi . . . . • 7
oi tne la:v ior leave to sell 202 1-2
Acres of Land, lying in Morgan
county, 4th district, No. 30.), being
a part of the real esnte of Benjamin
Tomlinson, dee’d. for the benefit of
the heirs.—In pursuance thereof it
[is ordered, that the sale thereof be
ranted him accordingly.
Signed by order of the court, Ja
nuary 1st, 1810.
J. IRWIN, Clerk C. 0.
i, the centre of the’ *o!ar svstem,
li her planetary orbs and their sa-
dites n ovi ig round her. Victori-
quarters, by the energies
CfjV Their Smith is supposed to
be inferior to none lor SHOEING
■ now Putnam—ALSO
Lot, No. /
in the 21st district Wilkinson, now
Telfair. For particulars apply to
the subscriber in Milledgeville.
January 2. 10—tf
Baldwin county, now Randolph,
levied on as the property of Jacob
Mercer, to satisfy an execution in
favour of Ransom Swincy.
Conditions of Sale, Cash.
P. Fitzpatrick, Sheriff.
January 28 14—tds
WILL BE SOLD on the first Tues-
in February next, in Laurens county,
between the usual hours,
levied on as the property of Francis
Holton, to satisfy an execution in
favour of Thomas M’Griff.—Condi
Isaac Kirksey, Sheriff.
January 4, 1809 11—tds
Enquire at this office
November 28. 5—-tf.
0J a The
Agreeable to the above order, will
take place on the first Tuesday ii
March, at Madison in Morgan coun
ty. JOHN TOjIURSOX, Adm.
January 9. 1 l—a-!A
The Subscriber will attend at the
house of Mr. Samuel Buffington on
the 3d Saturday in Febiuary next,
in order to collect the Tax in capt.
Tarratt’s District for the year 1809.
C. MUR PUT, T. C. Ii. C.
N. C. The Tax Receiver will at
tend there at the same time.
fanuarv 23 13--
On the first Tuesday in Februai \
next, in the town of Clinton between
the usual hours, WILL BE SOLD
One Lot of Land,
No 47, in the 10th district of Bald
win, now Jones County, taken as
the property of John Cook to satisfy
Allen Pemberton’s execution—Gdn-
. ditions cash
Jas. Riley, D. S
Janu irv, 1810. 10—tds
25 fa.! It
r. l no a ntly print r. D,
FOR SALK AT TiliS OFFICE
On the second Monday in Febru
ary will be sold to the highest bidder,
or more in the town of Hartford, ai
the Outchc Ford on Ocnmlgce river,
being the permanent scat for the pub
lic buildings of the county of Pulaski
Terms, payable in four equal annual
instalments. Purchasers giving
bonds, with approved security and
mortgage of the premises.
II. Fulgum, m
J. T. Thomas, A Comra’rs.
E. Hogan, V
Wanted to Hire,
A NEGRO GIRL, from 14 to 15
years of age Apply at this office.
January 30. i4— tf
NINE months alter date applicati
on will he made to the honourable
W. A. Harper.
A retrospective view of continen
tal Europe and its isles, affords no
i fling consoling to the philanthro
pist. Elan in every corner of tha
ill-luted i lime is degraded—his right?
re eat ini hid-—the progress of tin
ihumen mind is arrested, lie is th-
•mperors, kings and princes,
or the dupe and minion of soul-freez
ing superstition. It requires man
faith than generally falls to the lo
»f the irhn.1 of freedom and the lov
er oi mankind, however enthusiastic,
m believe that a speedy resin rcctioi
a ill be effected, under the pivsen
ante of thin js, from that political and
local dentil to which she has unfor-
.un.it dy been subjected, through the
igcncy of those despots who once
vere the masked, but are now th
ipen and avowed murderers of hu-
nan rights and human happiness.
Tlie rude and uncultivated Mus-
oviie and the Russian have impro
red their condition but little moo
han the bear, the inhabitant of thei i
forests. The chief, however, tha
holds despotic sway over that un
wieldy empire, lias poured forth hi)
hordes <4 slaves to combat the sn!
jects of the proud and sluggish (),-
toman, who are likewise slaves to ai
absolute and tyrannical master. J’or-
rents ofhuiiian blood have* been shed
to gratify the ambition of the two
tyrants—bun the result yet hangs sus
pended ::i die balances ol fate. Svve
den, after deposing one imbecile anti
infatuated sovereign, has bended hei
ntc.k to another; and has yielded a
large and valuable portion of her
t. rritorv, to the gigantic barbarian
that lords it over tile Rushan boors,'
as the price of an ignominious peace.
Denmark, although terribly scourg
ed by the ravages of the great b, lu-
gerent riv.ds aiul stript oi its navy
by tlie ruthless tyrant of the ocean,
still retains its territorial dominions
undiminished. Prussia is now a na-
• the mighty mind of her military
he; she is mvuln.-fable to die at-
teks oi a world combined against
cr. Napoleon might now truiv be-
>me the liberator of the human race,
and render himself greater in the es-
t million of mankind than a Cincin-
|R us, a Doria, or a Washington, by
u rendering liis power and laving
b.s trophies at the feet of his coun
try. But ulus, it would be hoping
igainst hope to expect this co; duct
from tlie mo u illustrious usurper that
:vcr lived tn tntide of times.
The British isle;, unliuppily for
heir brave, industrious and hardy
i .habitants, are cursed with a govern
ment that, is rotten to th: very core,
at the head of which is a superatinu*
tied idiot. Toe cabinet i; now more
i.rlid ous and corrupt than it was in
die days of tlie celebrated Walpole.
Its c im s and ti mu el-.rs have
drenched t'u: four quarters of the
world with human blood, and cloth
ed humanity in mourning. Defeat
md disaster h ive attended all its ex
tensive projects ; and the nation his
arrived at preni u ire decrepitude.
The navy, hide d, still ride; trium-
jtliant, and retains Neptune’s tri-
dent; but alas ! in the hands of a cor
rupt and profligate ministry, it has
become an engine of despotism to
foreign na.ions, and of slavery to its
own. Land of our forefathers ! lio\V
we pity thy desunv ! Instead of a
nation of high-minded freemen, who
formerly brought a tyr uit to the block,
oy the corruption oi thy government
a virtuous and moral people are pre-
p red to become a nation of pirates.
B fore this happens, we trust vou
will rise in your strength, and shake
off the vipers that gnaw upon your
vitals ; and imitate your eldest son,
die inhabitants of the genial climes
if Am rica, who by his valor obtain
ed, and by his virtues inherits, the
birthright and the blessing of his an
Asia, once the seat of the arts, and
Africa, whose shores on the Mcdi-
erranem sea, were consecrated to
commercial enterprize, are now the
prey of despotism and crime. 'Tin-
vast southern continent of the new
world is similarly circumstanced.
Travelling over the immense extent
of the territorial limits of these three
l irge sections of the world, we per
ceive that degraded Immunity has
experienced no favorable change dur
ing the lasc year or last age. The
iron yoke of civil and religions des
potism h .s manacled titeir inhabi
tants, and almost brutalized die ma
jority of the human race.
From such seene3, with satisfac
tion we return to our native land.
Her., with no common sensation of
pleasure, we behold man progressing
in ail the arts tint render so. i tv a-
greeable and happy. Civilization
and the* arts have indeed lie gra
dually progressing, for past "ages,
from tlie east to the west; and tv.*
trust that thev nave at last fixed their
tion only in name; and ancient Fo-lpermancnt abode w ithin the limits of
land is blotted out from the map of lour rising empire,
independence- Holland and Sw:t- To detail our rapid and astonish*
Zetland, formerly the habitations offing marJ) since our bivth, to future
Enquire at this office.
January 2. 11—tf
Three fractions in the second dis
trict of Baldwin, o:i Potatoe Creek,
adjoining Tinsley, Smith and Kanes,
containing 375 acres, well improved,
with two Grist Mills, and near one
Lite Inferior court of Randolph coun- hundred acrcS of op J n Land, great
tv. Inr lfciivft to sell one tract oi land. r .1 • V.. » 11 .
tv, lor leave to sell one tract of landj of the best quality an d well cal-
lying m the county of Green, on the lated for pubIic business. 'Fhe
jvaters ol Bevcr-Dam Creek, a: join-L rmg will be made known lay ap
ing Ligon, I inward and 1 ‘ ^bpplyiog to the subscriber on the pre-
containmg ninety-seven aud one half or at this office .
Acres, it beingthe real estate of John
Cochran, dec. to lie sold for the be
nefit of the heirs and creditors of said
SUS A XXAII COH ? 1 V, A I nr.
DUD LET CO HR AX, Admr.
January 3®. i4—9mJ
Neatly printed agreeable to any form
at this office.
freedom, Italy, and the vast confe
deracy ol the Rhine, are now tribn-
aries to the colloss fi power of France.
glory as a nation, is not the purport
of this hasty and imperfect essir,.
Suffice it to say, that the last anntt;
Spain, too, degraded and infatuated revolution of the seasons has been
Spain, long a prey to contending tv-‘extremely beneficial in rendering u ;
rants, is at last subjugated to the partially independent of the cupidity
of foreign nations, by calling forth
the native resources of our own. Dis
coveries have been made, during th it
period, of immense importance to ;he
agriculturist, the mechanic and the
naturalist. Domestic manufactures
have increased in a ratio that is al
most unparalleled; and while com
merce on the ocean has been cramp
ed by the tyranny and injustice of
the belligerents of Europe, tile active
industry of our fellow-citizens, in
stead oi’ being thereby parnlised, h is
found new resources lur titeir capital
and their genius, within our own
territorial limit ;.
Our political horizon has been by
no means unclouded during the la*-
yoke of Napoleon ; who also in his
adventurous career during the last
revolution of the seasons, lias clip
ped the wings of the German eagle
and prostrated its independence in
tlie dust. The conflict was sanguin
ary and the havoc prodigious. Bui
ambition glories in such scenes, and
revels in tlie accumulation of human
misery. She is a butcher, that spares
neither age nor sex. Her viedms are
ignobly sacrificed on her unhallowed
altars, to immortalize the* memorv
of some sceptered villain, or elcvau
to power a wretch, a fiend in human
•.hape, who to acquire her eminence
rides on the necks of his fellow crea
tures, and unblushingly tramples on
the tombs of murdered millions, who
were placed as steps to enable them
o mount the precarious ladder.
Imperial France is now like the
tain justice from the two powerl
belligerents lias been unavailing.—
Might, the law of ty rants, has am