Th* •’■ran.l duke of Berg is sick of a fever; ?
he :•> gelling b-. t*er.
The weather is as mild as it is at Paris in
th-* ni3..th • fOct. and humid, which makes!
the roids difficult. Yv c huve p. icured ave-j
ry . r e qu.j.rity of wine, for C c use of the
soldi?: s. -.m„
• Ph. palace of the l.inigs cf P- dan:! is hand
come and wed furnished; there is at Warsaw
t great mini her of be; utifal palaces and hancl
*cr.tc houa-rs. Our hospitals are well estab
lished } tiiiiis iv.-t a small advantage in this!
cou my—the e- emy appears to have a great |
many sit'., and there arc great numbers of
We no longer speak of the Prussians, for
their entire corps brave deserted, rather than
fcc v.: dcr the i-ttasiaus to receive condnual
T> * t 1
r . -t- * V K *n ‘t rj
i , OrtlUbj
Savannah, 28 th February, 1807.
THE P-ri.arii-r G acral cf the 1 l B igaie
of the Georgia Mill •, - rJers and directs the
cv)'-’ *s c.-tr.nt'nding c-'mpanicr in the 2 I fcat
tahon otth. ill r< rirr.: nt in the said brigade, to
rff; mVe as eat'y as podi-ti.-, and give notice a
g'-e ah-'e to the 7. I '. ‘cction of the militia law,
1 cj in for, e. For an election to be held at the
Court T.oijf-i - ihe Ci v of Savarnsli, oil Mon
<’y the thi ic h day i March r.tx.‘, lor a Major
to c nnnaiicl the f >-l Battalion, in the room of
in -jar 6criven, rt i: re ‘.
By order 0/’ Brigadier Gcrcn! Flora,
G. R. DUKE,
(20) Jnsfi. Is/ Brigade, C’to. Lit alia.
and resh Baltimore .flour
iod B'ds. Ja’id'fg this and y at Ivl->nr’s Wharf,
£0 Hhds. i/ime rctadk g Moi-aY?,
20 ,J o. Hufcevado S .gar,
J3 pipes ol Holland Gin,
60 b-.gs Green Coffee
35 cheiis Hyfon Tea, feme imported in Julv,
Hhds and Bbls. N. E- Rom,
ditto Jamaica ditto.
For Sale rr
B. & C. BROOKS.
March 10. ts. 20.
r \ Men, Women, Boys Girl 3,
FOR SALE. Apply to,
THOMAS I. AW REECE.
■ March 10. law 4’. 20.
‘C O \T>XM77 T> Q rj- fl 3
• v S.J 3 rl l u 1 ofij. x .
JOHN MF.LISS, DAVID TAYLOR, jun.
and ANDREW MELISS,
LEG leave to info’m the pnbl’c that they en
tered into Partr.er:kip as
General Merchants & Importers
of BiitiHi Goods,
under the fiim of
Mclis , Taylor & Cos.
Th y have at prefect or, hand, a very cuter.-
lire affjitmcr t of
G 0 ■0 DS,
well rahrflvcd for'he prcfei’t and aprroa’ hing
eraffii, vli (h th y will dispose of rn VI ry mo
dc-ai: terms Then- ftwe will continue in Gib.
’ inns’ BvEJ'nps, *..11 th. fa ll of April, whn they
w : ” r-movt ■<> *he one lat ‘y occupied Ly Da
vid Taylor., jun. now hitting up on purpose,
iv'iarck 10. 20.
rr • ry
rlai.r a )resscrcnJbarher*
. TE F.SPECTI UT t y informs the public, that he hzt
Ktaken a Shop, t .vo doers welLvard of the house
late y uccupted by Mr. M. G-rmain, an.i a few door*
weil of Meffi s Ogdens and Baler, on the Bay ; w here
fce Shaves clean and with ease to the face, (. uts and
Crefles.Hair in the height cf fashion, on the following
Cu’ting &. Drefiinp I.adies H.ir, S’ 1-2 cts.
clit r o ditto (.entlenuTs ditto 25
ditto ditto Boys and Childrens do. 12 1-2
f having, G 1.4
March 10. 20
TO D ) :l irs Reward.
TANARUS, AM. A'.V/.Y from the fnlfcriher, Saturday
I ni, Nt Ir. R, a NT;; o fellow, named TOM, an Af
rican by birth, but last fi ‘-in the V.'el'-I'idie-. He is
T oil 2a year -a; 5 f-"* t 4 inches big", very black
t--'tr- le.ii r, ; fuil-ihced. fat and chunky ; has loft two
nut-: r-es off i-left toot—’Tis ini] t.flih’.e t -deferibe 1
his and • s, as he ftoie from the Lr:g Certs, to which
k beioi gtd, app.-.re'. iu.d money to a confiderabie
* h - :.h ve re ward, and u” reaftinah’e expellees, will
hr poo 10 afi in;, .1111 in Savra nah gaol, or d.liver
ir hr; tv \i.o-rs t ip; Sc hiirch.d!, or to tho fub
fc ron board the brig Ceres, at the Coffee-Hcufe
wharf ‘ PhILR WOOD,
ivla/ch !0 20
b Ira ved or Stolen,
A Ye’low l, full Wood-id Enplifi FULL
lAOG, biota and tail cropp’d tinfe, hai on j
, m . eit : <- iv, 11* a wav z leather ftrpp round his ,
Ink Y • <-c\ r waitcliver said dog at the j
flk-re of .. iidEcubtr?, ihail be fuitah’y re- ‘
V-ard-.d (- . .i.t lame.
B. 5c C. BROOKS.
March N2- ts. 20-
j LONDON, January
j J* gdnileman v.ho landed at Hull, and arri-
I ved in town ydlerday, left Memel on the 6 h
; u-t. and pail J fevera! days at Konigsberg,
j whence died on ti e 2C’h. He fa the
Ling and (Arisen of Pruilii at a smalltown
rear day before li is drpar.
Dire : 1 htir iw-jesties lodged at a grocer’s
sh-p, and the prime minister, Haugwi’z, occu
pied a miftruble apartment at an apothecary’s !
j The kmg lupported the extraordinary rvverfe
j fortune which he has txperienced, with
■ compofire and fortitu !e ; but the queen ap
peared f, nlitly afkcfed at the woeful change
111 her condition. There were about 4 oco
troops ;n ttie town, and about ;o,cco at Ko
j nigsberg and its n ighb-surhood.
hlr. Morier, bir. Moore, Mr. Murray, ar.d
other Etigkfh gentlemen, v.bo ariived in town
on Friday and yesterday, from the continent,
are unanimous m the moil tavi ux b e reports ol
the nambtr and efficiency of the RuHhh ar
mies. Mr. JMotier, in ins route fioin Vienrn,
to Konigtberg, paff’d the corps under general
Benmngseu—it was So cco (bong, and in ex
celierit order. Irs r>'reat from ’hi V ftula
principally amfe fr< m the want of pr-vtlinns,
ti:e Prussian magazines being eve y where etr.p
A letter from Calcutta, fays, that the terri
tory at Bundlecund, ceded i-,i pept’.ual fov
treignty 10 the Fall-Ind'a Company, *y .h.
Pieflnva,yields an annual revenue of 30.714 CaO
The want of provifiona, added to the number
of troops stc. at .Schwerin, hascaufcd a vinleir
epidemic d.Kafe to break out in that town and
neighoomhood. About the middle of iatl
m - ill, the influx of French troops proceeding
to j -in the grand army, was so great, that a
famine was fvisoufly appreiien ;ed ; every houle
in the city, was obliged to furnilh lodging and
ptov;ii ).s for fcveral foh iers ; and, as fail as
| tiny marched away, they were replaced by
| li addition to ihe 5 regiments of infantry
i lately raff, and in the dominions of the Eledtpr of
H. if-*, two regiments of cavalry are to he imme
and -tely aeded, by order of Emperor Napoleon.
All these troops are nmv exempt from ihe oath
of allegiance which taken to the E'ec
j tor of HclT.
The Prussian colours taken in the pref nt
campaign, nave been sent from Mentz, in two
waggons, to Paris.
CHARLESTON, March 7.
The ship Oliver Elsv/orih, arrived at New-
York, sailed from Liverpool on the 7th January ,
ar.d furnishes London dates to ihe 4th. Ai
this period, insurance on American vessels lmd
fa,llen to 3 guineas per cent.
There ’.vas a report inf London on the 4th of
January, that Buenos Ayres had been recaptur
ed, and it vv..s at last believed by some mein
bets of the administration.
| On the 2d January, Lord Grenville, in the
’ House of Lords, brought in a bill for abolishing
the Slave Trade—ordered to be primed.
Friers Current, at Liverpool, January 6.
ii Cotton, Georp’-*- Upland, Is 3d to Is sd.
j Sea-lfla'.id, Ir.ierior, Is-id to I slid.
middling, Is 7d to Is lOd.
fine, 2s to 2s Id.
very fine, -Js 3d to 2s sd.
New Orleans, Is 5d to Is Gd.
Rice, in bond lor exportation, 2(is to 28s 6d.
| , duty paid for home use, 32s to 355.
! Tobacco, Georgia, 3d to 4 !-2d.
‘i he prices ol Cottons were declining, ivith
| cut any prospect of amendment. Rice, it
E was supposed, would keep up. Hue qualities of
I Tobacco were scarce, and sales good.
| All sort of timber in brisk demand, and pri
ll ccs good. Dyewoods dull, the speculators had
j purchased some parcels of Jamaica Logwood
| out of the lest licet, at 15/. per ton, and ic was
I Supposed would not decline any lower in price.
| Fusrick and Nicaragua wood were extremely
1 dull. 1 i.c export demanded for ail descriptions
, of dyewoods was entirely suspended.
1 A letter from Amsterdam, dated Dec. 20,
received at New-York, says—“ On account of
. the vigorous measures pursued against the
i British trade, the prices of sugar and coffee,!
are daily advancing. Coffee, St. Domingo,
i 19 i-2 to 23—Havanna, white, 16, to 21.”
| Captain Hawley, arrived at Philadelphia from
j Cayenne, at which place the brig Mary of Pro
| vidence, r. 1. had arrived from the Rio tie la
i Plata. She sailed bom thence about the Ist
| January, at which time the British had made
■ no further i npression !v land, and the Spaniards
held their own. Several British vessels were
seen in, and bound to, the Rio dc la Plata.
WASHINGTON, February 23.
! General Adair arrived in this city this morn- 1
ing from Baltimore. He h..s caused informa
tion of the Let to be given to the attorney gene
ral, so that- that officer may proceed to institute
! any process which he thinks proper.
• A letter has been received from general
Adair addressed to tiie Kentucky delegation, ;
seating the circumstances of his arrest at Ncw-
Orieans, the harsh treatment which he says lie
has experienced, and declaring himself inno
cent ol all participation in any scheme hostile j
j to the United States. In this letter (which we
I had expected to have given in this paper) gen.
| Adair represents that while in Kentucky, he
j leceived some time in November, a letter from
; general \\ ilkinson, dated September 25th, in
uring him to come to New-Orleans, and join
him 1:1 an attack cn, and conquest of die Spa- J
noris possessions} and that he immediately an- j
stfftred it. drelinin*- all participation in the plan
proposed to him.—lie adds that hL purpose in
going to New -Orleans was entirely to make a
purchase ol lands,—Ad donut InteLignu i r.
A letter from Martinique, dated January 55,
says—a body of the principal l rench mer
chants, ol this place, have petition, cl the g y
ernment not to allow Americans or foreigners
1 °> Aliy descrip'ion to transact business here,
unless through a French commission-merchant
Tire prefect has granted their lccpiest, and al
ter a certain date a law to that c-ffcct will go
into operation, from that time no supcrcar
go or captain of a vessel, will be permitted to
dispose of his cargo, but in manner directed
1 he lhiti-.li ship Pitt. cam. Colin Campbell,
from the Clyde for the West-Indies, was El
len in with, t.o windward oi Guudaloupe, in Ja
nuary last, by a 1- reach corvette, of 26 guns
and 300 men. A severe action was f< ught for
three hours and a half, in which capt. Camp
bell and most of his men were killed before the
Another British ship of 26 guns,had been
previously captured by the same corvette, by
which means they heard of the Pitt, and pur
inr~’ 111—nl -|i 1 ■ I—l m i
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1807. I
Conceiving the publication cf an evening
paper in Savannah both useful and neces ary,
and being encouraged in the a tempi by the ai.-
vic.e of several of our friends, vve h -ve this
evening issued our paper in that shape, ami
; intend continuing it every Tuesday, Thursday
j and Saturday, so long as it appears practicable.
; No addition is made to our subscription price ;
> and vve trust the advertising part of the com
munity will not hnd it a less advantageous
! vehicle than foimerly for giving publicity to
their advertisements. 1
M e have to apologise to cur town friends for
the re-appearance ol the ankles contained in
j our extra sliest of Saturday last. By omitting
| the contents ol extra gazettes, which are never
| distributed without the limits of the city, our
| distant readers would either incur an additional
i fcxpence of postage, or be dcpiivcd of the pe
rusal of them.
1 lie three last mails have brought us no
thing farther north than Charleston. The
1 roads tire said to be in a miserable state from
the kite rains.
Extract of a letter from liordrau r, da’rd the
12 th January , to ag, nil man in Cnarlenlon.
“ It is reported this morning that a ten ihle
battle has been fought near Warsaw, on the
boarders of the Vis;uia, be.ween our army and
ihe Russians, in which the Russians were de
feated—it took place on the 2 id, at 3 o’clock.
The Russians had 52,000 men killed ; we lost
15,000 Polos and 7,000 i i-cnch. The number
! of prisoners is not jot known ; they arc Ic
poi led to be more linn 80,000.”
Another letter from Bordeaux, of the same
date us the above, also stales, that a decisive
battle had been fought on the 22 1, 23d and
24th of December; in which the Russians
and Prussians were defeated, with the loss of
50,000 men.—The loss on the other side, was
stated at 7000 French and 5000 Poles.
An Act to continue the prohibition to trade 1
with certain parts ofihelsand of St. Domingo,
has been passed, with an ammendment to ex
tend the prohibitudon to any islands depen
dant oil St. Domingo, which arc not in posses
sion of the French government.
The New-York Li'erature Lottery No. 5,
finished drawing on the 26th ult. On the last
day No. 981-0 drew the prize ol Thirty Ihoutund
P. J. Cll \ xquios', 1 tc Governor of the Island
of Curracoa, together with his lady and family,
and several Dutch officers, were passengers in
in the ship Abeona, arrived at Charleston on
the 61 h i Ist. from Kingston, Jamaica.
Xf* THE person who took up a Sorrel
! Horse, and ha, detained the bridle and saddle (hall r*.
ceive ample compenfauon on delivering them to Mr.
Morgan Capers, Savanna, 'l, or near Thunderbolt, to
March 11 lt 20
Valuable Lands &c.
T’HF, tubfcr’ber v-ill dispose of the fello wing pro-
I perty, on rrafonable terms One undivided third
. of a trait on Cat-Head creek, in the county of M‘ln*
trgh, containing in the whole, between three and four
thousand acres, of excellent land lit for the culture of
Rice and Cotton.—An excellent dwelling-house, with
necessary cut-buildings, and fix lots adjoining therto,
’ in the town of Dade::;—One undivided half of the
to welkin of M'lntolh, adjoining Darien, arid fronting
on the Aiatamaha river.—Several acres of hirh a id
loland a ijoiriitig the city of .bav-nn-h to the eastward,
j The higii iand may be laid oat into lots, or the whole
! make an excellent farm. Part of this,trail is at prefect
, improved and (abject to a I.eafe.—The titles in laid
: property are indisputable, and a general warranty for
the fame, will be given to the purchaier-...F0r further
par iefars, apply to Charles Harris, attorney at law,
and Mr. Hugh Rob, met chant, in Savannah ; or to the
. fubferiber, at Darien.
HAMPDEN :HN POSH.
Darien, March 4. ct 20
IA. petfon* having any demands againtt the e.
1 1 tate of the late George M'intoih, and teal I, will
I render in their accounts to GHARI.E3 HaVRRIS ehj
j or to the Subfcriher at Darien.
liAMPDi ,N MHNTOSII, Adm'r.
Darien, March 4, 18'J7. et 20.
Port of Savannah.
F X T F. R E D.
, fevery, I .ull, J.-.nirva. Knox t Pure
K'lir. Agennri.i lftilcoh, Baltimore. MafK-r
Sally, Martin, New-York. Aiafter
S!oo;> Columbia, Be.-ler, Cluiiefton. Mailer
c i. l a a e n.
ship Nancy, HoN's, Liverpool
Alpha, (/uilee, Cn’tenluuv
Brig Anna, Thomas St Cr„i*
i una, Starr, Kew-York
—~ I’aragon, Carmon, ditto
Sthr. Kolia, Fold oh,
Union, Clark, di to
Hero, Kimball, Sdor.tnn, N C.
Lapcrimeut, M'l.ean, Charidloii
Schooner Sally, Kklwell, has arrived at Falmouth,
(Jam ) Irpm Savannah.
‘Fho sloop Favorite, Sneed, has arrived at Philadel
phia, from Savannah.
A florin has hern experienced at St Sell ill an.
*1 lie (inventor l'ianaii-nt*, and two other ‘■ IH". ;l.rr
veil-- Is were 1011. The lafl vell'els were 101 l mar
1 isle nc Dieu ; and it was laid they \r ere bound for
j ( ••■•ton, M, reh 7.
| The (hip Middleton, of tl is port, from Do- leant,
which, went alllore on tile S nth Breaker on We i ,f
day lafl, has pone entirely to pieces. Avery fi, .11
1 proportion of the earpo in the lower hold, eot-liltirr
j of wine and brandy has been laved,
j 1 live was a thip and a brie oil the bur lull evening,
| Ihe 111-;- in; pole I to be a eiuiiu-ain.m,
! Ihe 1-rig Sot-.t'.-Caio!,: a, Set. ill, was hut HO h .tils
from tht ( ipesot Delaware to this b*r
1 ho llrniih brie Antelope, rapt. Barron, failed fioin
Portlmoutb, (f ng.) in ballad, on too Ith of J,i u .ry.
Oil thedth tullaut, it thiee e clock in tlii-momiii; ihe
brig wvr.t alhoieon Dewees’ ldand; where it is !up
puletl ihe wdl he loft. ‘1 lie captain has arrived iu
On ‘1 hurftlay lafl, off C;*pe domain, enpt. Gay fpoko
a lei.noner Jrom Ncw-\ orU, bound to Savannah.
Ihe fli p Mary, of anl from Chatlefton, for La
punv., is cap*urei by a pitcaroon, out of Nevis and
lent l’.iro Sr. iri'ii’s, ntie.na; wh r ilie was left oil
the *27th of January. VoliVland carn;o liheded.
Ibe French lhip i'oudroyaut, admiral W idiumiz,
: from I lavanna, ha arrive lin the Che!;. y be.
‘i he Unijd States frigate* Con flit nr. on, commodore
Campbill, from Gibraltar, Lound lo 1 unis, wav ipokett
on the i:sthof December.
N w-Yorki F hauar ’ ’2O.
The (hip MifTifippi. ‘-kulmore, in.r.rt days from 1 ‘■•■n
don, we arc lon yto ft.ire, was c.iil a .y oil Sipumi-
Deaeli, on Sunday i.i't, at h:df-pa!l twelve a. m. G:
of the ieairen * am<- up f o n lu*r y I *rday .’.lternoi i,
10 procure lighters to brinu up her cargo. We under
hand hie h.'s lixty palfer.gcrs.
From 7.lord*tt J f ; d rfj.p,?.
The Prori ’ r*ce, Holbn ok, from 1 1. !..d..dphia, for
Bremen, fnim’ ■! .1 at lea on the loth lilt h v’lg
ale.!. ;u a j'a'v*, ca;'ain aid crew taken
on board the Rodney, arrived at Ihymoutli, from Wil
The Sally, , from Baltimore to Cork, has feun
dered at lea. Crew f.iv.* I; parr oi tiie n have airived
in the Clyde, in the George 1 ay lor, from N. V ork.
“Forthc benefit of the Fnder.vii.crs and
Tc-Morrctr, tin 11 7- ,ut. •. ill brick! on C/a fa
Wharf, ivi i iioi-t hlskkyu.
! Tiie Soils, Rigging, Cables, Anr hors, ('.bin
and Deck lurt.i me, belonging lo tlic Scliooi.er
Fi.kanou, cupt. heavier, cast asoie on ‘l’ybca
AERO —The said sebr. F.lcano'% burthen
i 102 tons, as she now lays near Tybee Li... lit*
j house, and at the same time her cargo, eou*
■; sisting of
45,000 feet of Boards
6,000 feet of Standing
5,000 R. (). Staves
3,000 \V. (). Staves and 11-*vling.
3,000 Shingles. (A ult.ioiiH ( 1 . v h.
Sale to commence at 11 o’clc k.
S //. .V 1 ‘ACKHO IfSE, Ancl’r.
March 10 10
A UCTION. ‘
On FRIDAY, thr 13 th hint, iviil be told on
With Atl rnerve, to dote Cuiiugnmen!*,
120 Illids. Muscavado Sugar
70 Puncheons Wcst-Incliu Rum, 2 6c 3 proof
54 11 lids. Molasses
With a i-grcel of other articles.
Sale to comrvmcr at 11 o'clock.
S. ii. STACKHOUSE, Aurt'r.
March 10 20
, jF?> t , The Brig
P, Wup Rim, mn* r r,
v.-il! fail on Friday, t!ie l'.) li infl For freii-hf rr r>afA
fa /e, b.iving good uccominod.t: lorn, anpi vtoti c r.t,pr%
on board, or to J AS. & WM. M \GI
Marcli 7. C J.\. StO.
T \T y 7
ror New- Fork,
The Sell M.cr
w R H H J n ’ ‘■ K R R c ‘>
. ‘tL.i'Y&i, James Spalu - mc, mijlrr,
For freight of a few ‘ ales Cot in on Deck, or paf<
sage a, ply to the malic, on bo I’m
s. c< c. IlOV.'Ai D,
11 ho hf’* ’• •c'vrd i■, tel.
20.0T0 feet White I’inc Boards ami Plana,
50 boxes Herrings.
I March 10. £<?,
bL.l’vK. lA* IK Sj a,
f*r feti e at, <6 a o^s,