p. n. PETIT DE VII.I.EPS,
Has nm *v<-d to h - (lore lately occupied by
Mr firs, H*yt >. s !i I ILBO, on Judge Jones’
wharf. He ItiU continues the
Factor gt* •\ Conunilfion Pu iness
And will pay every attention to the intirtft
of th"fe wlio will have the goodtiefstn entrust
lima with their bufln fs. He will make liberal
advances, if required, on produce being tlepo
filed for (ale.
lie k cps a conftar.t supply of the be ft old
Madeira WINK, winch he fells Lytic pipe,
quarter c; fk ordemjoo.
iSoYcmhcr 28* 6m t 3 2
Tf] R Subferiber has unlived to tit
COFFEE HOUSE WIIARF, As. ic.
He Hill continues the
Factorage ‘d> Commis
H’s large- and ‘afe Hires for the reception of
C OUN L’R Y PRODUCE, and will pay every
•tteniuiu to tin, irtcrell ot those who may en
trufl him with their business.
October 31 424
At prefsnt occupies the WHARF it S 1 ORE
formerly occupied by Col. Gordon, and
Hill continues the
He will lime Produce 00 moderate terms.
HAS FOR SALE,
Rum, Brandy, Gin, Molasses, Sugar, Coffee,
Coru and Supti fine Flour, of this years crop.
October t*. ts. 418.
■- - ’ J- - ‘ r “ ‘ 1
Notice is hereby Given ,
That the Copartnerfhip carried on here by
William Dixon, James Lnckfon
ami CJeorgo Penny,
Under the firm of
James Dick sou, & Cos.
1 xpired, by its own limitation, on the id in
ftaut i thole who have any demands against the
concern will please present them, and those in
debted, arc rr quilled to make payment to James
Dicklon, who 13 au.horiied to little the allairs
Ot the concern.
Tn future the business will be continued by
William Dixon 6c James Dickfoa under the
James Dickson, Sc Cos.
June 30 88
TAYLOR AND HABIT MAKER,
Respectfully informs ivs trends
and the public, that he ha3 lately com
in nci'd business in the Houle lately occupied
by Mi Fiancis S. Miller, between the Stores
ot MIT Maiquand and Paulding and Mi.
I) .viu Taylor, near the Market—where he
hopes, by It:ict attention to bulincss, neatnils
in execution and punctuality to Ins engagements
—to nnrii the patrouag of the public.
February 6. II
NIAV-YORK and SAVANNAH
Boot and Shoe Store.
A. SCRIBNER & Cos.
ii[ nr just received fu r the hint arrivals from
AS ELEC A .VT ASSCKTMLSr OP
BOOT'S, SHOES AM) SLIPPERS,
Os a superior quality, made after the Engliftj faibion.
Itfr\ 'st Slippers id Chilukeh's Shoes.
Wnich, in addition to their former lupply, nuke
their allortment very ext olive'; \\ 1 ich t hey offer for
f.de at reduced prices, ui their Store ou the Bay, nearly
impolite the Exchange.
Hatch 3 13
TN canfivm'ty with the City Tax Ordinance, the
Trc rlurer gives notice, that he is cow ready to receive
the lasts imputed by said Oidinance...Executions
lhe clued in thirty days Horn the date hereof,
Against all defaulters
. * J. Mai (hall, City-Tr tofur er,
, February 15 . . 14
FRET NFGROfcS and PERSONS’ of COX.OUR,
are Called upon to pay their TAXES to the fublcri
ter belore the expiration of thirty day.... After that pe
riod, executions will be ititied by
. ’ J. .Marfliall,’c. t.
febiuary 30 \$
Acln ii nist rat or’s Sal es.
Pursuant to an order and decree of the Court
of. Ordinary of the County of Chatham,
Will le exposed ui public fair, at the Court-house
of the city of Sovunnah, on the first Tuesday
in April next,
\ L L that tract or parcel of LAND, con
./ V taining 350 acre?, be the fame more or
lib,, late the property ot George Baillie, de
ceased, being in the county of C mdtn, bound
ed on the eall by Gnat Satilla River, aid on
a'l other fiJes by Land vacant at the time of the
Also, one other trafl or parcel of land, con
taining 3CO acres, be the fame more or less, late
the property of George Baillie, deceased, being
in the county of Camden, bounded on the Eall
by the said George Baillit’s Iznd, and on all
other lldes by vacant laud, at the lime of the
Also, all that tract of land, containing 500
ac es, be the fame more or less, originally
granted to Robert Baillie, deceased, 1 eing in
the county of M’lntofh, bounded south by the
river Alatatnaha, eafl on the land originally
granted to Cath iue Douglass, north on lands
granted to Wm. M’lntcfh, and weft on lands
granted to John M’Cullough, which (aid three
iraffs of laud were severally fold at the coufif.
catcd fairs, and purchased by the late John
Piter Ward, dcceaf and, and now to be difpoecd
of, under an order of court, as part of l.is real
illate. The two firft tracts contain good Cot
ton Land, and the last traft is of the first quality
of 7 ide Swamp. Terms to be made known
on the day of falc, and for further partnulrrs
apply to col. Jotcph Habersham, in the oty ol
Savannah, or to the fubferibirs on the Iflaud
N. S. BAYARD, Adm’or
ESI HER BAYARD, Adm'rx.
Fcbrnary 3 10.
UNDER and by virtue of an order ob
tained from the honorable th• Justices of
th>. inferior Court of Camden county, will be
sold on ther fiift TUESDAY in April mxt,
in the town of J’ fferfon, betwetn the hours of
ten and four o’clock, all the REAL ESI’ Th
of Anthony Suares, late of Camden county,
deceased, intended for the hint fit of the tredi
tors and heirs of the deceased. Conditions
will be made known on the day of sale.
J. M. f.indfdy, adm’or.
Rachel Snares, adm'x.
January 23. y
On the First TUESDAY hi April, WILL
BE SOLD at the Court-house in the town
oj Brunswick, Glynn erumy,
r ~J~’ WO hundred two and a half seres .f I, ‘ ND,
* drawn by Jolhua Morgan, of Glynn county, in
the firft dillrict in Baldwin county, No. 71. Si-iaed
and taken under execution as the property of Joshua
Morgan, deceased, to fansfy a judgment in favor of
Noble Jones, dip Conditions of tale, cash.
VVILLIaM. PAYaE s. g c-
February 27. X 7
WILL BE SOLD, at the Coutf House in the
Town o / Brvnjwicl , Glynn County , on the
Jit st Tu.fiay in pul next, between the hours
of to and 2 o'c'oci.
ALL the right and title of the estate of
Jolhua Morgan and of John G Si end,
con lilting of a valuable tract of LAND on ihi*
Island of St. Simons containing 100 acres
more or le6B. wit > the improvements hereon.
Also, one of Eves’ Cot on jins, f-ized and
taken under execution as the property of Joshua
Morgan and John G Snead, to fatisfy a Judge,
ment obtained by Hamilton and Cooper. Con
WILLIAM PAYNE, *. c c.
Brur.fwick, February 20. 13.
On the Fhft TUESD Yin April next,
\Y ill befcld at the Court House, in the City of
Savannah, between the houisof ten and three
Levied on by virtue of fcveral executions
obtained againtl the Est ate oj John Carraway
T. ROBERTSON, 5. c. 0.
March 6. 20
Will he Sold,
AT the house lately occupied by John Bexly, in F.l
bert Ward, on Satutday the 14th inst. a Negro
wench named SALLY, & lome Household Furnitures
levied on .is the property of John Bexley, to fatuity
David Gugel, for house rent.
James clark,d. se. s.
March 3 ts. is
Wanted on a Lease,
Fora Term of Year*, f Immediately. J
\ N Improved small Farm, with the neccffary buiU
-CV dings, dec. suitable for a small Family, r.ot ex
cee.’.ng I miles from the city...in a Ctuation nominal
>y healthy. For such, a valuable tract of land in
Baldwin County, will be givm on a lair exchange for
the I.eafe.—for information enquire at this office.
Febtuary 27* 48,
Th? MERCHANTS’ & PLANTERS’
Coffee-House & Hotel,
OS THE BAY.
INTENDS opening the above House on the
25th inst and fiattets himfelf, from the Icng
experience he has had in that line, it will be in
his power to give general futiofaction, aid begs
leave to solicit the patronage of the gentlemen
Merchant* and Plantets.
N B. A constant LARDER, WINES and
SPIRITS, of the firft quality.
Foreign and American Newspapapers
will be taken in.
Savannah, Marth 3, 1807. 18
For publishing a j\'erv ? Taper in the city of Sa
TO BE ENTITLED,
IN iiTuing proposals for public patronage, it has been
usual among all to abound in psouises: but the
only assurances the Subscribers think it recefiary to
make their Fellow ci'izer.s, on this occalion,are, that
in conducting the PUBJ.IC INTKLJ.IGLNCER, it,
fhal! be governed in its politics by thole republican
principles to which a persevering adherence by the
Patriots of ’76 effablilhed the Independence of their
country, and experience fmee has so fully proved to he
heft calculated, in their operation, for its happinefsand
prosperity—in its moral government—blamelels
And, that no exertions on their part stall ever be want
ing to communicate, with haste and accuracy what
ever may be thought interefling or asnufing to their
Provided a fufficient number of Subscribers are ob
tained, the Public Intelligent er will appear on or before
the firft of April next—lt will be pubiifned three times
a week, with a neat type, on a small Royal Iheet of a
good quality, at SIX DOI.I.ARS per annum, payable
one half on delivery of the firft number.
WiI.LIAM E. BARNES.
ft? SUBSCRIPTION PAPERS are left at the
Bock-Store of Messrs. Seymour £1 Woolhopter, and at
that of Mr. John Hill, on the Bay. Sav. Feb. 17.
Cb imbersy Inf trior Colt t,
Chatham County, 14 th of February, 1807.
P efent—His Honor JOHN H. MOREL.
UPON the petition of William John Davies,
flamg that he ia confined in piifcn in this
county for debt, at the suit of Dunkley and
Smith, by piocd’sof Ca. Sa. issued out of the
Superior Court of Chatham County, that he is
unable to pay the debt for which he is confined,
or to lati iy the fame, or to support himself in
confinement ; but is willing to deliver up all his
tflate, real and personal, for the benefit of his
credi ore, and praying to be admitted to the be
nefit of the adts pafLd for the relief of insolvent
debtors, and it appearing that the judge of tbe
(superior C"urt is abfeut :
It is ordered, that notice of this application
be ftrvcd on the creditors of the fail! William
John Divitß, that they be and appear before
the honorable the Julticcs of the find Inferior
Court, at the Court House in Savannah, on the
fourth day of March r ixt, to fliew caule, if a y
they havt, why tbe prayer of the petitioner
fliouid not be granted.
JOHN H. MOREL.
This order enlarged to the second Thursday
in the present month, which will be the t2’.h
4 th Mar h, 1807.
JAMES ALGER, j. .. c. c. c.
Chambers, Inferior Court ,
Chatham County, 14 th of February, 1807.
P'efent— His Honor jOHN H. MOREL.
UPON the petition ot John Bexly, Hating,
tuat he is confined in priion in this coun
ty ior dib:, at the fatt of Alexander and Keu~
neth Irv.n , and William Chauvin, by p roc As
of Ca. Sa. iflued out ot the Mayor's Comt ot
’he city of Savanna , tiiat he is unable to pay
the debt tor which he is coi fi red, or t futisly
the fame, or to lupport himltif in confinement ;
but is willing to ee'ivtr up all his litate, real ano
personal, for the benefit ot his creditors, and
praying to be admitted to the benefit of the
ads palled for the lelief of insolvent debtors :
It is ordered, that notice of this application
et> (trved on the creditors of the said John Bex
ley, that they be and appear before the honor
able the Justices of the Inferior Court, at the
Court-House in Savannah, on the 4th day ot
March next, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the prayer of the petitioner fhouU not be
JOHN H. MOREL.
This order enlarged to the feconcl Thursday
in the pufent month, which will be the 12eh
4</j March, 1807.
JAMES ALGER, j. 1. c. e. c.
nfHE Subleriber, having declined business in order
i to attend more particularly to the settlement
of GI.ASo & SHAFFER’S baltneik; informs all pt-r
----sons indebted to laid concern, that unless they make
payment prior to the firft day of March next, they
will be sued without dtftinction.
January 90. y
A IWw keg* London ground white Lead Paint.
Fr o.lls sr
Jaauxry ** g
SO Dollars Reward.
’ r 1 TJ N away from tie
1l * ! hfer-btr, on ibe 23 ii
5 k dttber, 806, 3f, L
-1* OMaK, abut
2 2 years ot age; is ash rt
thick winch, rather bia.lur
lirr,rrWte-aJ t v, an negroes ar? in gem ra!,
thick lips, and tome pock-msiks 0:1 fur face ;
fprak3 breken Englifii, a nd has a down look ;
she i9 an Afr.can born ; his been in the court, y
about s even years ; her name is Mary. Sht?
fi.ys that she belongs to James M’intcfh, cf
thi 3 place. The above rt'.rsrd will be paid to
any person that will lodge laid winch in Sa.
vannah Jail, and needfary txptncis paid. She
has been used to house work, is a cook ami
wziher, See. 2nd occrficnaliy has worst'd in the
field. I expect that faij wench las gone to
Augutta, or was fancied at Ptirisburgh, as L
have reason to apprehend, that she ieft this
in one of the Auguffa boats.
F dward ?tebbins.
(Tj* It is not unlikely that she may fife a
forged pass, end wili endeavor to pais herfeli a
a free woinau,
January 20 g
50 Dollars Reward.
RUNAWAY from the Subferiber fome
time pail, his negro wench Charlott*
well known in and about Savannah, as a Mar,
ket wench leiiing vege’ables; (formerly known
as Galach’s Charlotte.) The above Reward
will be given to any person, giving proof
being harbored by any white person, or free
person of colour—but if taken without proof of
her being harboured by either of the above
mentioned ptrfons, five dollars will be given
for her being iodgid in goal, or to the fubfciib
tr on his plantation.
January i3 law 4
5 Dollars Reward,
RAN-AWAY frem the fub r riher on Sa
turday the 3d inst a ntgr> fellow named
GEORGE, well known in and about S<:vau
nah, and formerly belonged to Capt. George:
Haift, He is about 5 feet, y or 6 inches hi h,
thin visage, ftammera when queftior.ed fharylyj
and w!:en he went away his left hand w. 13
wraped in a woolen bag, in coiifequence of a
Whitlow he had on his little fin per, on the left
hand; he has a wife at Mrs Haiftx cn Wilming
ton, and it is supposed he will beab ut there.
All persons, and tr.after3 of vtfTefs particularlr,
are cautioned not to hirhour, emph y or take?
him away, as the law will be rigoroufiy enforced
againll tl em. Whoever wili rito n him to the
fubferiber, or lodge him in goal in Savannah,
shall receive the above reward.
January 9. 3
25 Dollars Reward.
RAN AWAY from Capt. A. D. Abrafcams, in
Savannah, some trme in September, last, a Negro
fellow named TONEY, obout 5 feet 6 inches high,
and about 26 years of age, Itnof made and lias a largo
mouth and eyes. He was taken up in Coofa.i liatchio
and made hiseicape. Whoever will lodge him in any
goal, or deliver him to the subferiber shall receivo
the above reward. All perlons are forivarued against
lureiiig or harboring the laid negro.
January SO. 2m . 9
Abs ente and Thems elves
ABOUT ten dav ago four Negro fellows ft ANDY,
LIMERICK, ISAAC, and SCIPIO.the prop,
erty of Mrs. Hannah Houston. Whoever will lod ; e
the said negroes in the Jail of Savannah, or de iver
them to the Overieer upon Mrs Wylly’s Plantation
Skadaway Island will receive a liberal reward.
RICH .RD B. li Yt I r.
N. B. As the said Negroes are well known in *ho
neighbourhood of Savannah, a decfcriptiou of their
person is thought umieceilary.
J anuary SO. 9.
30 Dollars Reward.
1") AN AWAY from the Subferiber cn tbe 6th Jann.
- ary laif, a Negro woman named BEELER, about
5 feet 4 or 3 inches high, flout made, full lace, yellow
eyes, bufhev head and of a yellow complexion. She is
supposed to be lurking about Mr. Harden’s (formerly
Habersham’s) plantation on Ogechee. Any erlun
lodging her in Savannah goal, or delivering bgf to
the fubferiber, shall receive the above reward.
January kY ts 8
Prime Seed Rice .
FOR. SALE a quantity of Prime Seed
R.icc, irtirely fne Irom red grains, bring the
production of River Swamp, tbe firft y ars
planting* the price is one dollar per bushel.
Apply to tbe fubferiber at his rtfiuißCe, St.
JOHN H- MOREL,
December 23 ts 39
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSP\Y AYR 9ATURD4T*
BY JOHN F. EVERITT,
ON THE HAY, 9AVA9N VH, (cEGROIa)
AT SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM PAYABLE HAIdT#
YEARLY, IN ADVANCE.