Vo!. IV. Nr. fi 4 J
Six Dollars a Vrar, halt in Advance. 1
Having taken t'eflare adjoining James
Ceirr n'hers, Cnmnurce Row, fronting
the Buy, now offers for Sole,
AM EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods & Hardware,
blue, corbeau, brown and mixed t
fuperfine Bread Cloths
Second Cloths, Plains, Elastic Cloths,
Caffinu-ves, knapt and common Coatings
Patrtit cords, Swanfdowns & Toilinnts
Blue Strouds, London dufflle and rose
I'Unnels of all colours
A Variety of Velvets, Velvereta, Genoa
Cords and Thickfoits
IDinrritiiS, Crape3, Mullins and Muffin
Plain, figured and checked cotton Cam
bricks, Calicoes, ,Liaeas
Diapers and Daper Table Cloths
Hedricks, Durants Durovs, Calimancos
Bombazettes and. B.'mbax’nes
feiik and Cotton Shawls—Soofe Malabar,
PuUicat Sc Roma! Handkerchiefs
Silk, Cotton and worded H liery
Silk, cambrick, Colton & leather Gloves
Lace and Edgings.
Worked, and Cotton Taffelsand Cords
Silk and Cotton Braces
Apron Checkjs, knitting Cottons
Ladies fcarict clo?ks,
Umbrellas and Parafc.ls
Nuns, whited brown, all colours and
Needles, Knitting do. Tapes, Bobbins,
Gentleman’s fine Pints
Servants Giazed and common do.
Gentleman’s and Ladies fine dhoe3
2-rafs Wire Fenders, with and without
Shovel and .Tongs, Bellows
Chimney hooks, Cloak pi is
Block Tin and japanned Coffee Biggin;
and Coffee Pots
Iron Tots, Dutch evens
Smith’s bench and hand Vices
Hand and (ledge Hammers
Pliers and Fiie3
Carpenters broad axes
Hatchets, Adzes, Saws, Screw Augu--
Chiffels, Rules, Iron fquarea
Compiffes, Gimb’ets, Oii Hones, Hinge-
A variety of Carpenters Plants and
Brace with bitts, Wood ferews
Club and Falling axes, Spades
Broad and Garden Hoes
Sr.} tiies and Straw knives,
Knives and forks. Carvers,
Fapanned Tea Trays, and Bread Bailee,r
Candleilicks, Snuffers pat. door Ipringi
Currv combs and Brulhca
Powder, Shot, anu bar Lead
Powder ff Iks and (hot Pouches
Gun Crews and Worms
Plated Spurs Pen knives, Seifiars
Bailors, Combs, spoons
Corn and Coffee Mills
Warfle Irons, fpeCtaeles
Flair Brooms and Bru (hes
Morocco pocket and blank books
Writing paper, Ink powder
Pewter Bafons, Platts, candle moulds
Iron rim’d chelle, cupboard, trunk, defic
and (lock Locks
Shoe makers knives, hammers, pinchers,
awl blades, tacks &c.
Copper and Iron Tea kettles
Grid Irons, Smoothing Irons, Chaffing
difius, y iLSO ,
White,Lead, Spanish brown yellow ochre
and blue and green paints
Painter’s Bniffies arm Painting tools
46. fd. 6d. Bd. ioJ- I2d. 20d.&30d.
Nails and booting Brads.
Bby io, 9by 11, and xo by 12 Win
dow Giafs, in whole & half box
Together with a handsome affortmu t
of CROCKERY and GLASS WARE,
all of which will be fold cheap.
Dec. 20 ts 32
(A iY SHFRIi l'd hALb.7.
WILL be (old on the fi:ii I utida
utTeb.uary ifcc6 a /he Court heu!
ir this city between the hours of i<
and 3 o’clock, a horse & bridle levi
ed on as the property of Dona!
iVTDonald, poir./ed cut by the plain
Jno. Williams, s. c. s.
Dee. to. 32
rpIJXS elegant retreat about 4 miles frerr.
JL Savannah, on Wafiuw river, is 08'ered
e jj ultcfe for fix or leven years, for the bene
ft of the heir, a minor, on terms that will fui
thofe inclinable topoflefs so valuable a piece
cf ground, as well calculated for hea.th as
•fir pleasure and profit. Apply to
n.'tuhnuull, j GcABB,A:,S -
Augnit 9 r>f>
ALL Persons having demand? agair.fi the
estate c-f Stephen Blount late of Savan
nah deceaied, are requested to render ther.
pr'qierly attelted, and tbole indebted to r .afie
immediate pavr/rent to
CHA HLOI TE S. BLOUNT, E.nr’r.
May a 1 ts 75
• nri it •
Gratrr.,l for.the d.ftinpiithfd patronage
ne has experi, cc! lire, his est ...Milhmrm ln
Savannah, Mr Green w,.h deference informs
as Inends ana lie public, t! at ihc Ladies
’ iterarv Iclix,i. ar 1. c Grammar anti ‘tf .it h
niatica! u 1.-ne iiilJ conduced by him
m the lame e\Unliveplan, as at their com
Ihr c-urle hs Idibols, includes Read-
Grammar, ELcuri -n and Rhetoric,
,V citing ir. ail tin- alcful ornamental hands,
Arithmetic, B-mk keeping, ace tiding to IV
veral lyitenv--, Geography and the tile,
drawing copying cf ;vlap.i m diiferent pro
lotions, tiie cements cf Aftrmromv, auj
the .uie of the Gl-ber. and Te luriu.it Hiitov
and ChronrH iri. ‘
In the Micliematical department, the
pupils wi l be carefully infcruiftcd in Algeb- a
Gcctneiry, Cofiic Sei'lions
ar.-l Flux on--, with their application to *he
btifincls ci lilt and the inveillgation of lci
Sixteen years experience in his pirofo.Tion,
and a lucre:’ and urresnirting attention to
the morals and reai improvement of his pu
pils will, he hopes, continue to him from
a liberal and enlightened public, a (have cf
that favor \vfi:ch he has'Hitherto experienced
l’upils admitted without Entrance, till
the ill of the enlui.ig January.
„ .A Dancing MAsiEit of eminence
will attend the Schools.
November 5 ‘lO
I H : -b members of the
FEMALE ASSYLUM arc requclbd
to pay in their fubicriptions for the
year 1806, on or before 20ih January
next, io the Secretary who is authonfed
to receive the fame.
I he Book* of the Trccfurer and S ’cre
tary are open to the mfpedion of any os
rhe Members who may wifii to fee
them. By ord-r of tot Board.
Strail J, Lamb,
Dec. 24. ts 33- Scc’ry,
50 Dollts Reward.
RAN A WAV about 4 months finer. A
negro man named PETER, belongmgto the
date of George Haift dec’d. lie is a valua
ble carpenter, and well knownfor many years
in this city He is tall and Him, active, and
•midland when questioned closely, he Ham
mers much. lcdol ars will be paid 011 his
•-.elivcrj to the Subfcriner, orto tne Goa-er of
tins city, and fi-rty dollars in addition thereto
•1 proof of his being harboored by a w hile
F.xo*r to Efiate, George Haift
Oftober 15 14
THF SUB-CRIB 1- RS.
Y/lItHING to direfi their attention tor
-•"irdr, the colleAion and fettlcment of debts
iuelothem, Give noliec that, on the 31st
lay of December next, they will decline the
Retail business on credit; They desire there
fore that all those indebted to them, or to
Robert Ist John Bolton, will immediately make
pavment or otiierwile fettle to their latis
From the (lore crlleftion made these two
ears past, the debts to them have accumula
ed beyond their with i and they are
Uiffi iently aware t hat bulinHs conduifltd on
Inch a footing cannot support iti'elf.
Curtis iiolcon, & Cos.
Their remaining stock on hand which is
not intended to be ircreal'ed, wiii be fold by
wholesale or retail, on ealy terms for calh,
produce, or town notes.
Nov, 29 26 ts
THE Sublcri'er having taken a
‘ix years leale of Mr. John Po ler’s
wharf and dock adjoining Mr. 801.
ions Yamaciaw wharf, has rein -ved
his lumber yard, and having procu
ed large and Case (lore ioom, is hope
ui of a continuance of past Lvors.
Ihe dock he a/ prefen’ occupies is
Age fafe possesses the lame advanta
ges as /uconvenience as his former
iiedid. Hisc unting room will fee
icep/a/his and uelling houfc adjoining
Vlr John Laigs until one can be H/-
cd up on the wharf.
Auir'ifi 27 1
For a Term of Years.
Lots AO. 13 and 14 in Warren Ward
situated near the Boy and adjoining a lot
belonging to the efla'-e of H Littibriiige , at
prefer l, omipitd by Mr. James MclntrfJj
and Air. Wm. Green Tencl. er — one of them
a corner lot on a square and fronting the new
market. For terms apply to
January 3 if 36.
SAVA BN AH MARIE E
Hospital & Poor-House
The fubfenber being appointed by their
Honors the julbces of the Inferior Court,
overseer of the Poor ands le Medical aflil*
ant to the Posr tdoufe and Seaman’s Hospi
tal, giver Public Notice, tha* he is now
ready to receive into the Institution, any
(jerl'-m ‘ir persons belonging to the County;
or sick Seamen, who (hall make application
-o him for admnlion. He has to request that
in future the citizens will not give any relief
to persons at their doors, as the arrangements
made for their reception is fucli as will fu
percide the NecclTi'y of their giving Charity
in that way ; Diouid they however, feel dif
pore.i to ai”<t the inftiturion, toy donation
viil be thankfully received and faithfully ac
quired for, by MOiE.S LiHLi ETA!-.
November at 35
Savannah : Panted by EVERITT and MCLEAN, on the BAT.
LANDING front the brig JOHN A
DAMS, tor lale, apply on board or to
Mein, Mack ay & Cos.
Decomlv?r 6. ts 28
THE WHARF AND STORES
011\IERLY occupied by Messrs. Wilson
Knox, and at present by Mr. Andrew
Knox. Their produftive and convenient li
mation is so well known, as to require no
further explanation. For terms inquire of
Never,-.her Ii g
K EMOV Al_,.
fain Jackson ,
Has removed to the tint dory of MeflVs.
debt &. j no. Bolton’s (lore, lrtely occupied
as a grocer;.-, by MelTrs. Boirou k Cos.
- me. <i 6t 35
“or dale arr! is Hfice.
el v. 7. :ty of BLANKS among which ate,
For (,t .tinig ManifelU,
vl-'rcli ■ ill • EnTies,
3i is of Kxcl-ahge,
do. ol Lai'cng,
f; r fS.de 1 Power* of Attorney.
Appreir ees Indentures,
Deeds of Conveyance,
Bonds; Notes of Hand,
Writs for thq Superior, Inferior & Mayor’.
vfavor’s Cc.ti-t Executions Ik Supboenas,
N< tice? to cieditpcs of Inl'olvent deb tor -
.lilttar.y Sumnihnles, &. Exeeutioius, &c.
CdT Cards , 11/indjuli.s £yc. fsf ( .
Printed at a ‘hurt Notice on rtafotuilh
AJntun lira tor’s Sal- 1 .
ON Friday the 14th day of January
n. xt, will be told at the Haufc of Jo
seph We:.sCl!er in Cauit.vteii’s How,
all the Perl’ nal Estate of elizaieth shick,
descaled ; confiding of one Negro Woman,
HOUSEHOLD y KITCHEN FUR .
N ITU RE Sfc.
Sale to commence at 10 o’clock in the fore,
noon. By Order of the Admmiftrator.
Levi Abrahams, Auft’r.
Dec. 13 30 txp. raw.
FOR a term of years, the premis
es al present occup ed by Mr. VViL
liam Chauvin as a dwelling hr-use and
Grocery Store. A profitable lafc
of /his very valuable fland, may be
had and poffedion delivered in about
30 days ; for a mudera/e advance 11
calh. For par/icu!ars apply to thi
hon. Judge Stephens or Gen. D, B.
Auauft ts. 87
THE fubfer oer, iooie time fiice
being on his return from the Inda
natio;, tatne up w>th a JOHN IR
VIME ( s he called himiell) wh
tad in his p. Hefli >n anew negro e
low ; from the c< untenance and cjn
verfttion cf Irv ne, when mterrogtifo
from whence he had come, he mu
rerin which he made rep-y, logeine
with c’her cirturnHances of his on
cuil confirmed /he ‘ublcriher in the or.
es /hat /he negro had been Holen.—
He therefore demanded of Irvire 1
whar way he had come to the pciit!
fion of the negro j to which he re
f urned an evasive answer. The fuh’
‘Vriber told him he hid good reafn
‘O believe the negro had been ftolcn
and was determided to /ake /he ne
gro from him and have him advertised
and in rafe no person claimed hi
within eighteen months wculd eithe:
return or fell hint.
This is therefore to notify all prr
Tons whom itdo hor may concern.
That /he lublcriber has in his pclies
lion /he said new negro; he is ab'.uv
live feet eight inches high, aged be r
/ween twenty five and thirty yeff,—
no marks Other than Ir. his 1 ?.ck,
which appear to have luff red under the
Lov (kin ; speaks little or no 1- nglifh
iays he came from Carolina, but does
not knew whether from Ncr/h or
S’ uib, he irdiftntdtly communicates
(when afkcd in wha/ way the man
came by him) that he took him up in
rhe road, when on his way to fifh on
I iidp river or creek nearby. His own -
er ot owners aie therefore requeued
■ o p-ove the propci/y of the negro
pay charges and /ake him away:
Camden Coun/y on
fit. Mary’s River.
Sept, 10 iarnifc'm 7.
THE Subscriber intending to be abfentfo
fome months his appointed the Hon.
Edward Telfair, Charles Oddwiglrils anil
John l.awfon, Esq’rr. his attorney!, who v.-ill
tran3a& any bufinefshis, (luring hisabfencc.
April ij. ts
TUESDAY, January 14, tSc6.
OVERSEER, Wan ed.
A man of lleady habits and accuftomrd t
the management of negroes. If he hrig
good teltiinonials, of his honesty, Induftr
end Sobriety he will meet with proper en
ouragcineut by applying to
November 5 ts
TO REN I’.
STORES Nos. 7 ai.,l to, in the Exchange
For terms apply at my (Alice.
\ hos. Tin, Sec’ry.
Nov. 29 ts. *6
NO T I
A LI. persons having any demands againl
the citato of JOMAH TATfhAU
Junr. esquire are rt-quested to render, then
properly attdUdan 1 those indebted are tie
iired to make payment to Ebenezer Stark
GEORGE JONES, > .
E. JACKSON. > RS *
f 1 or oitlc.
ONE of /he moll v Suable /rafts cf
Land upon /he Altamaha, con/ainiug
ouf eleven l.urufrcd ac:es of Rict
Swamp m /he belt pitch of /ide. This
t aft is about five irulcs above /he
iwn of Darien, was, prior to the re
6 utionary war, /he pioper/y of the
je governor Wright, and has for a
, cdement, auaclitd immediately to
e Swamp, one of ‘he moft beauti
ul and rnolt tlevared fi/uaiions upon
fie river. , .
Persons wifliing to pu> chafe this
1 roper:,)- will apply to Edward Stvai
neck or Willi?m Mein, Flqrs. <u
Savannah, where a pla/ of /he Lane
may be leen.
Oftobcr 15. ts. q .
2 Cases 7-8 Irilh linens, cost from I2t!
to rejd. (livling,
I Bale drapery baize,
I do. blue cloth,
1 do. white dowlas,
1 do. rose blankets, 6-4, 7-4, 8-4, and
1 do. ravens duck,
3 do. blue Gilla bdkfs.. J Suita
-2 do. do. Gurrahs, | ble for
2 do. Gudjepore Sannahs, J> the Afri
-1 do. Judjca baftas, | can
2 do. Boretpore Coffas, J market.
THE A BOV E WILL EE SOLD IV THE
• ALE, OR CASK ONLY.
17 Cillcs London porter,
do. do. blown (lout,
12 Nells trunk';,
3 Calt3 Loudon made fiats.
15 Hbds. N. F. Rum,
4 Pipes brandy,
4 quantity No. 10. cotton cards,
to Chests Hyfon, and Ily(o (kin tea.
For sale by 1
Koberts £? Clark,
Sn.ith cS’ Eourkes Wharf.
December 20. 32 ts
IS hereby given, /hat af/er the ex*
o-ra/ion of nine men hs from /he da/;
icreof, application will he made to /he
u.norablc /he Inftrtor Cc-ur/ for the
Loun/y of Cam en, for leave to f ell
he real elia/c cf Jumc-s Vine er/, latt
ot the (aid Cnun/y dec. for the benc
-1 of the heirs and ertdirors.
1 liojuas King, ~)
Adnir v s
Ft am a London Paper.
We have been favored wiih
he following correct account of
<he theatrical career of the young
Phenomenon, who has now be
come an obj'dt of public notice.
The young lady made her fir ft
DtRUT on the boards of ihe
lielfaft Theatre, on the eighth
of May last, in the character of
younc norval, which charad
rr she performed for four nights
fucccfilveij, amidst innumerabh
plaudits, the house overflowin'?
every night; the fourth bt ir. f
for her benefit, the whole pin
filled at box price, by which she
gained 14 il. She then renewed
her engagement for four nighty
longer and on the night & her
second benrfic, the whole house
was opened at double price; du
ring the time fl.e was perform -
ac Bchaft, her lame having made
[Whole Number 339.
[Twelve and a half Cents single.
t great noise in Dublin, (lie re
rctvcii an offer of an engagement
f Mr. J ones, the manager of
hat 11 eatre, ro receive fif’y
rounds per nighr, for fix nights,
tncl the 7th to be f or her benefit
t as en additional inducemenc
tjieccnd letter was ffnt, to llnre
he receipts of the hmtfe after
he ivlanager taking eighty pound
each night for the expend sos
he houle. i he Jail c-ffer vvaa
accepted and the young Pheno
menon made her a] pear ante to
ihc Theatre Royal, JJublin, to a
very full houfc, and was receiv
ed with three diftinft rounds of
applause, after which from an
uncommon diminutive figure,
much doubt was entertained a9
to the poflihi hry of her ever be
ing able to go through the cha
racter on her beginning to speak
the created attention prevailed,
and no a&reis ever made an au
dience participate more in ha
own feelings ; lhe changed theni
(rom pallive Ipeftators io active
agents, and the Ibphiltication
was so rapid 3nd complete, that
ns exigence was not detested
ill rtfkdion had fucceedcd to
the fubfervieace which the domi
necrintt Infant Phenomenon had
fiiid them under!—The next
night the Lord Lituienant no
'ed the Theatre with his presence
when (lie repeated the character
(Young Norv.il) ; and on the
third night appeared in the parts
01 Miss Peggy, in the Country
girl, and. Nell, in the Devi) to
pay, to a vety crouded house, the
boxes filled with all the Lriilianta
of Dublin. She con ir.urd her
engagement with the greatest
faccefs, and on the 7th night
bting lor her benefit, flue repeat
ed rhe charafier of Mils Peggy,
with fhe.p.m of Roxalina, in the
farce of the Sultan ; at an early
hour the Theatre was Turrounded
by an iinmtnfe ciowtl, the re
ceipts of the house amounted to
3161 14s. During the time she
was in Dublin, lhe received an
offer of an engagement from Mr.
M’Cready, tiie Bermingham ma
nager, for a ft w nights, which
was accepted to fhate the house
after the expences and the lad
night to be /or her benefit; thu
apjilaufc bestowed uj on her at
die two Est places was faithfully
echoed by the Bermingham au
diancc—She next received an
offer from the Cheltenham man
agers, (on the lame terms) where
(he performed to the falhionable
audiance that frequent that place
and iuch was her attraction there,
that the boxes were not only fil
led on the nights of her perfor
mance, but even on the morning
during the rehearsal. While she
was performing at Cheltenham,
.hr Gloucester Theatre was open
ed for one night only, and al
though the Company with fome
of the belt performers of the age
have played in that towtA to 18J,
the receipt ort this night amoun
ted to 42k Eiom hence she
went to Buxham, w.icrc she per
lorrnt and with her ufuai success and
was offered a latge sum if she
would have reciteu and iung in
private. She was next under an
engagement to perform four
nit lits at Nt ttinghnm, and three
at Dei by, (where lhe now is.) — 1
She then plays on the ij'h aC
Liverpool, having made an en
gaperient for that place while
ij Dublin ; ff.e tier, proceeds to
LOl dun to prepare lor her ap
pearctice at the Theatre Royal,
Cc-vtt. 1 Garden we are told lhe
;s to receive i,oco!. and a clear
ber.i fit for performing fifteen
nights. The Tbtnomcnon ap
pt'.ns to be the only one who is
purluing the radiant track of
( Young RofTius,