THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 2,7 1815.
Letters on England.
The subscriber has it id view to publish In •
ftw months, or as soon os the whole manuscript
can be transcribed ; a Series of Letters on
England, in which will be embraced general
observations an the f&ce of the country ; with
remarks on the habits, domestic oeonomy ;
state of society ; literary institutions! condition
of the manufacturing , classes t and <m the
manufactures generally, with descriptions of
towns and particular edifices; interspersed
with various observations and relictions, ori
ginating from the diversified objects which
If suitable arrangements oan be made, the
publication will contain from eight to ten eo*
graving*, and the whole will be published in
two volumes, each containing from 250 to 300
(subscriptions will be received for this work
although it i* not intended to delay Its publica
tion for any definite number of subscribers, or
that it shnll solely deneod upon the patronage
which may be thus offered. w
No money will be required until tha books
are delivered i and the prico to subscribers
will be Four Dollars Fifty Cents in boards
without engravings, with the addition of such
a charge as will merely defray the expejtce
thereof. J. E. WHITE
Will be given for apprehending ibe sub'Crl*
j: bor’s neg>o weoch Keli>» who absconded about
ihe Sd instant, and is supposed to be harbored
: by (he slaves oi Messrs. Warren and Black.
| She is short in stature, smooth faced, young,
very sensible and cunning, ai d deserted in a
walnut colored dress with long slieves. Cam*
maulers of vessels and others am cautioned
, sgiinsi concealing her, as the law will ba ri
gidly enforced against transgressors.
Thirty Dollars* regard.
Runaway, from the r-ub-eriber’* plantation ia
Burke couuty, cn t ie 17th February, 1815, a
Negro Man named Jim, 27 years of age, stool
made, five feet six inches high; he has a
down look, lull eyes : hI.o on the 20th instant.
Joint, a country ucru likely ycung fellow,
about, 20 years of uge, five feet five inches
high, he ha; a scar under his left eye ; ho for
tnnly waited on me. Also Nasicv, the mo.
liter to John, is about forty years, of age, five
feet in height, she is slender made,-her right
thumo is crooked—they are well known in Sa
vannah. FRANCIS DOYLE.
■ juae 6——fcM— 62
City Marshal’s sales.
y ■ Om the feeend Tecfdty ia Aogott next,
will be fold before the eoort houTc in the city ef 5b
vaonsh, between the efasl hears of ten and three
Lot No.#, vsessr, St Otll, ores nmrhthereof-*,
willfatisfy the city tax cf George D, Sweet lor the
year* t«U, 12,13 end '4.
Alfa Lot T. 51. Gall, or et much thereof at will
fa 1 , illy the dty tax of Silrl Mini,, a Live, for the
years 18!S and 14.
Alfo baildingc on Lot No 9, Frederic, Darby ward,
or at much thereof at will fiufy the dty tax of John
Wia er for the year 1814.
Alfo half Lot 6 apd buildings, Yamacraw, or aa
much thereof as will iatiify the dty tax of Henry W.
Williams for the year 18.4.
Alfo buildings on fort No 4, Hickt, Percival, or ar
much thereof a, will faddy the city tax of Mary Del-
boa for the years of 1819,19 and 14
Alfo Lot 95 and buildings, Warren ward, or ai much
thereof aa will iatirfy the city tax of Samuel Howard
•ad Samuel & Charles Howard for the years 1819
Alfo handing* on wharf lot No. y, Walhiogton
ward, or ta much thereof at will fatiify the city tax of
Thomas Jones lor he years 1819, IS and 14.
Alfo buildings on wharf lot No^S, Reynolds ward,
•r as much thereof as will Crtisfy the dry tax of 2.
Pring for tho year 1814.
Alfo buildings on Lot No- 95 Pranklin ward, eras
mnch thereof ae will fatiify the city tax of e&ate
Thomas Pitt for the yean 1818 and 1^
Also buildings on Fahm street, or a* much
thereof aa will satisfy the city tax of George
May, for the year 1814.
Also buildings on Lot No. 11, Franklin ward
or as much thereof as will satisfy the city tax
of captain James Pierce for the year 1814.
Also lou No, 22, 23 and 24. west of Fahm
street, or a* much thereof as will satisfy the
city tax of Ben. Wall for the year 1814
Also-buildihgs on lot No i, fourth, Anson
ward, or as dluch thereof as will satisfy the
city taa of Tom Simpson for the year 1814
Also lot 24. vacant, Ewensburgh, or as much
thereof as will satisfy the city px of said lot,
the owner being a oon-residtut arid not known,
far the year 18.4.
Also lot ft, vacant, St Gall, or .a* much
thereof a* w'-II satisfy will satisly the city tax i,
of said toiy the ownerbeing a non-rexideoir and
not known, for the year 1814
Also half la# 5 Trustees’ Gardens, or as much' : -
thereof as Will satisfy, the city, tax of A* G.
Griffin for she rear.I8f4. . - -
Also 13 lot r and buildings Heathcote ward,
or as much thereof aa will satisfy the city tax
of Hannah Wcidman for the yetr 1814.
F. M. Stone,
July 11—77 - cm
By Isaac Crews; clerk ot the ordinary for the
county oi Camden and it ate aforesaid.
Whereas, Darius - Woodworth applies for
letters of administration on the estate and ef
fects of Daniel Man, late oi said county, dec.
as principal creditor.
These are. therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors cf
Said deceased to fiV their objections (if any
tH'-y h->ve)»n my office cn or before the first
M-.itday of September next, otherwise letters
oi administration will be granted to him.
v Given under my hand and seal, this four
teenth -lay of July, one thousand eight hundred
an ; fi teen IiAAC CREWS, c c. c.
JL F ] July 20 • SI
By S.itr. ,.ei M li v'd cVrk ot the court of
•T.iUiiary tor the ecu t/ of Chatham and stato
aforesaid. - - r' k' . ,,
To nit whom it jn'T concern.
■ WUi-rcas, Henry llr-ii-q-iici, sen- of said coun
ty. Hath applied to me fir letters cf adniinistra-
ttufton the estate^ and <17 cts of D.\ licniy
Baurquin, j :n. of said con: tv decesscd.
Tiime r.n», there hire, to cite a id admonish,
all end singular the kindred and cr-.ibt -rs cf
the saiiLDr. U-nnr I I. Mem q-.iin, jnn.- dec. to file
tfteir objections (itany they nav*) in may 1 ffi'e.
t; or bclorc the 29:h day ot J use next, oth:*e
Kuers of administration will be gamed the ap
. Giv.-n under my hand and seal of office, this
29-h day of May. the year <>t cur Lord one
togtisand eisjlrC hnndred and fifteen.
JL.S-j SAMUEL M.-BOND, c.C4 ®.
On the first 2’uesday in October next.
Will be sold at the court house in the county
...'J[, of Glynn,
All that tract of Land, known by the name
of Clark’s Bluff, iu said county* lying on the
south side ot the Altamaha river, levied on
as the property ot William Cook, .to satisty an
execution in favor of Kune and Stilwell.
Thomas Winn, 8. e. c.
inly 20—81 . _ t
The subscriber requests all persona who are
indebted to - the es'ate of Hbnbt W, Wil
liams, late of Savannah, dec. to make payment
without dely ; and those who have demands
against the said estate are requested to present
them in immediately !«r settlement.
july 11-Lf-rr gual, ex’rx.
On (he 5th day of September next.
Will be sold in frtxit of the courthouse be*
tween the hours of 12 and 3 o’clock
The following Negroes, Will and Cuffee j
the foregoi ig. the p^periy of William Lew-
den,-dc-c. and told for the Benefit of tha heirs
and c: editors of sa’d esta'e.
MAHY LF.WDEN, ex’rx
P. J. VALLATT ON, ex’er.
jn’v 6 t-75
AH persons haying any demands against the
estate of John Pett bone, dee. are requested
ta present them duly attested, and these in*
dib'.ed to make payment to.'....
april 1—4—24 aim’or
By Isaac -Crews, clerk o! the ordinary ,fcif
flte county of Camden in said stite.
Whereas, David Hsll applies fer letters of
adrainistration on the estate and effects of Ja-
cob Campbell, -late of said dcunty. decease^,
ttx principal creditor.
These are,, therefore, to cite and admooidk
&1] and ringular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased to file their objections (it anf
they have) in tnv office on or-before the first
Monday of August next, oihei wise letters of
administration will be granted to him.
Given under mj hand and atal, at Jrffcrson.
the twenty-third day of June, one thousand
eight hundred and fifteen.
[L. S] ISAAC CREWS, elk.
'■ ' :,4b: ;w V: - - : Lf
Will be sold,
, On the fir tt Tueiday in August next.
At the court house house, in the city of Savaa*
pah, between the usaalhours of ten and three
Ninety three acres of Land in M Iotosb couni
ty, situate on Nd.'-th S&pelo River, bounded
south end southwest by lands of Junes Mont-
ford, northwest by lands ot G'nnielat, and north
by landsof E. Waqtbsrtie—sold for the purpose
of raising money for an infirm old lady. Good
and sufficient titles will be giver, and the place
is worth the attention of any person wishing te "
settle in that country J. B. NORRIS,
july 18—(0 see,
- Sheriff’s sale.
F- On the ’frit Tueiday in September next
Wiii be sold at the cou<t house in ibe city of
Savannah, between the hears of 10 and t
The following negroes, Hannah and bar
child Jenny, levied on as the properly" of Tho-
mas Rite to astisfjr William Wallace, and
■old under a foreclosure of mortgage.
J. £. Norris, s. e. e.
. july i—T-3
-v Sheriff’s sales.
Ottihe firtt Tuesday in OetoSer next.
Will be soid -EV-lbe- court house in the city tff
Savannah, between t'tte BJ22! tonr* ttt
and three o'click,
The following negroes, Big Jim, Prince, Rostj'
Nancy, Prince, Kate, Grace. Rodie and her
four children, Lucy and her two children, Old
Simon, Jim, Amy and her child—levied On as
the property of estate Peter Henry Morel t#
satisfy Aaron Forbet under foreclosure of meets
John B. Ncrris, s. c. c.
July 20 81
Take Notice. '
All persons who hive demand* against Jgfto
vst Clements, dec; late of Scriven county,
Ure requested to preatnt them to the subscri*
ber, within the time prescribed by law ;an6
those who are indebte) to the dec, must mils
payment without deltr or the demands agaiM
them will be put in slit.
July 15 70 adm'tri
By virtue of an a‘der of the honorable Ac
justices of the interior cour(of Chatham county-
will be exposed tojpublic sale, at the court
house in the city of Savannah, on the first Tues.
day in September/text, between the hours of
10 and 2 o’clock, sn improved lot of land, con
taining 50 acres, tying on Vernon creek, Chat
ham county, and a tract ot 20# acres, lying ife
Effingham county, it being the undivided part
of the real estate of John Kachler, dec, and .
sold fer the benefit of the heirs and creditors.
ELIAS FORT, adm'or
SARAH FORT, adm’rx
Lost or stolen
Qhe halt of a Hundred Dollar Bank Bill of,'
the Planters’ Bank of the State of Georgia, No.
162. Notice is hereby given that payment for
the above bill is stopped at the Back, and ap*
plication at the expiration oi three month*
from the date hereof will be made for the pay*
ment of said bill, by MICH. CROSBY,
april 27 jesx—54