nnuier ; but as *L “ff V of that **rvy
went wrong in die bti’inirg if the vcrr
’93. Miranda was fulpefied, and w>s |
frou.rht under arrest at Paris to take
Ids trial. He fumrroned ire ‘.o appear
to bis character, and alto a Mr. Tliotna*
Chrift'e, connedted with the house of
Turnbti 1 and Fobe?. I <rxve mv tefti
inonev ns I behaved, which was, that
his ohjett was, and had been, the email
cipatton of his country, Mexico, from
the bondage of Spain, for 1 did not at
that time know of his engagement with
Mr Pitt. Mr. ( hriftie’s evidence went
to fhsw that Miranda did not come to
France as a neceflitous adventurer, hut
believed that he came from public fpiurefl j
motives, and that he had a large film of ,
money in the hands of Turnbull and j
Forbes. The hmife of Turnbull and ;
Eorbes wm then in contract to fwpplv j
Paris with fi.uir. Miranda was acqul'ie i. |
“ A few days after his acqu; tai lie ;
came to fee me, and in a few days after- !
wards I returned Iris vilit- Hr Termed ,
dcilrousof Tatisiymg me that he was in” j
dependent, and t’r.at t.e had money m t! r !
hands of Turnbuii ad Forbes. He did
*ot te 1 me of his .ff.ir with old Cstha I
riue ot Ruifi., nor did l leU him that Ii
krewof it. Bid he entved into a eon- j
verfarion w: ■ rcfpert to Monika Sound, i
and pu into try 1 lands f.vetal letters of 1
Mr. Pitt to biin on that iubjecf, among i
which was one that l believe he gave by j
eirihikc, for when 1 ‘ad opened it and i
was b.-gining to read ,he put forth bis I
band and fain, “ O, that is not the U tter j
i intended.” ]iui astns letter was fttort,
I lo m got through it, then return - 1
ed it to hun without mak. 1: any remarks j
“ Tine dispute withSoato ah .ut Nootka ‘
Sound was ..ben comp'om fc and Mr ;
P: t. con promii'eu wi ll Mira;, -a for ins •
f.rvices by giving him twelve hundred I
pounds iltrhng, for this Wa3 tlie contents
o’ nr letter.
“ Now, if it be true that M ar.ua
brou gilt with h'rti a credit upon 1 -iain j
perloi.s in Ntw-York for sixty thouland |
j> uinm, (l-rti g, it is not difficult to 1
fupp.de from what quarter the credit J
came ; for the opening tor any prepofais j
between Pia and Miranda spas already
made by the affair of Nootka Sound.
“ Miranda was in Paris when Mr.
Monroe arrived there as tr.indler, and as
Miranda wanted to get acquainted with j
him. I cautioned Mr. Monroe asaiaft it, !
and told him of me iff.iir if N /ka
Bound and the twelve hundred pounds.
“ You art a: lib-: ty to make w! a
Bit- you p'eaie of this letter, and with
my name to it.
“ THOMAS P ‘ INE ”
Kt nTtC,’. 1 tg.'-v’ • ‘•'*?**
Head £hi liters, Gcog'-i
----).i li.svi; 1,8 1 *: An , ,Bcfi.
THE Commait n r in cOif f, ,vth deep
regret, lua to annou ‘ce, tfie nos
•M'jjt General J ,Mbs J ICKS N, j
wno comma .and -d the ti it div.il> > o. mi- !
litia, and was one of :hc Renal urs, of <. is
Hate, in the C ngref® of tile U.itied t
This unfortunate intelligence wa? con
veyed to rum on the 7th intt. by a letter, l
dated the 17. hot iait month, from the
general’s CoUea. u , the hon. Abraham
Baldwin, in tne f ..’lowing w>r;’* .
“ i'he ditto fli g t.-fk, ‘vfiii.it my let- j
“ ters have so long ltd. you to expect, I
“ is -it length en* r•• fl upon m., of a,n
** io.u ing to you tbe deaih of my be
“ loved and much refpeCted Colleague
** General Jackson. I have been, with
** him ail night, and cloftd his eyes ju;ti
“ at the d.wiring of the day,
“ It is now more than twenty years
II since wc have been intimately affocia
*’ ted in the duties of public life. A
41 part of the duty which I feel to be left
- 41 to me is, to declare, that in tier'ing
“ integrity, and honed devotion to pub*
‘‘ lie good 1 have uev.r Land his iupe
D’ ath has bereaved the flute cf a G
neral and a Stat efman, who |.vas no h A
vahrnt :n the field, than eminent in the
cabinet. . During our revolu ioru v v.ar
in tfie days ot peril, he ex. rtcu his I.'. noil
powers m defence of his couu ■/*
rights, and performed afls of heroifm—
and in her councils both at lioiitiic and a
bioad he. advanced and the in- j
terefl us the il-t< witu tl- rn integrity, j
undaunted p.-rfeverance, perfpicuiiy of |
mind and flow of eloquence. So gr J at |
were his public virtues that, from an early |
part of his life, he held the firtl and moll j
cillingu'fhid appointments, both civil and j
nailinry, m the gift of bis date.
I'd attdl tbc loss Georgia has fuftain
pg by the death of her beloved general
and patriotic and able fktesman, who
yielded up his lad breath rom home and
in the service ot h’s country, and to
manif.-tb the cflimstion in which his worth
and tervices are he'd by a grateful peo
ple, the commancer in chiet
a'l ofilc ersin military commiflßon be
longing to this state, and reqiufts ttK
civii otfi.-ers thereof, and the citir.ens in
general to wear crape round the left arm
for the space ot iis weeks, to commence
*u the lit day of vlay next.
By o< der of the Romm itider in chief,
GEORG : R. CLArrON, Scc'ry.
I—* v t ,
\POCK .T ROOK containing abour
15 ljoKo-s in Jerfev n>>tes, 3 id a tew
po'ersnf no v.iue to any nut the owner tv
leaving it with ti e printer, tar. finder tr.ail
receive a generous reWcrd.
\nr it 4 y, ;
ro lk r,
f T , TIE rift Tene .-;r.- > f Sufiferibcrs’
JL Firt I’. o and a-ic'. Hol.'.U NG, on the
£c.,luie o< cm 1 ‘ iy- >lr |,< jj, Kic-.
Immedia p .fi.V . cn !. /,
if K. A J I)ULTON.
J RE PUBLICAN.
trscwaTsro- • -v-ea;a .nr-oars - -i*
boMS time has elapsed fit-ce ve have re
ceived am-Newt, either European or Domes
tic—the papers by the diiiereitt mails wear a
gloomy cad with refye-ft to intereiling mat
ter. The tumults in Eu- ipe a;,pear to have
the finger of silence plat- i upon their rappul
brides for conquell—we are of opinion, how
ever, that the rr.ent change in the Britilh i
Ministry will obviate all the exifling differ
ences between Great P.riram and Er nee
and rn ile theltandard ofpe ‘Cf on their fhoro
this may he the case f r a while, ’till the
wtared f ! Her reciults from the fatigue of :he
fi.dd ol battle. Mow happy ought every A
mencan feel when he contrails his flotation
with that ol an European ‘ —here, v. i are
bleffe i wiiii a lire a’d Independent govern
ment—here, we are governed by men cf our
own choice—here, the mild voice of peace and
plenty re found. through all our dwellings.—
Ir. Europe, they are governed by I.ord.ings,
and tht poor iubjecls are c impelled to obey
the n and of a dei’pot 1 !
There lias been much fribbling in the dis
l.i” it 1 ..e.ul papers, about the departuie o‘
the United ote.es brig Hornet, for France—
they . mto oe uiu. .*’ about the l'um < f mo
u y w.dch die cau .cd—u was bv oid.r c
government, therefore, why Should we com
pi-un ?—it is intciiat..: f r lu.i.e v;.:iub:e j.ur
pofs, no doubt, of “ hum, they op; e.i- to be I
ignorant. We wave .and c tmeiits >n this tub
jitt ’till we c.i obtain something more
We understand that C .ngrefs was to h ive
adjmir; cu on Monday the 21 It iuil j but,
whether they did or not we a.-e not able to
fay—v.-e alf> understand that there is much !
important matter to be pnbliihed after the ri
li g of Congrels. j
The notorious Nath’xw Tate is now in
fife Keep.: gm the Augutia J ni—lt is mere
than probanie that the oid Gal|o\ V , near this
place, which has been patiently waiting for
four years, will have its juit due.
The senate of the U. States, on the joth
inll. ordered the bil prohibiting the impor
‘a’ ion of ceitain good', wares and mereltan
dife from Great lir,tain, to a third reading- ;
Ayes to —lies y. The only ma evtsl al.e
ration, we understand, mrde in ’ins bill as
it went from ‘lie house of rep eleutat ves,
is to admit the imports'ion of ulatk horiles
Nj.Uoe.al lit liizcncsr,
The Nit'onxl Inrelligencerofthe 16th inst.
fay— ‘ The Senate have contented tuai dtid
viled the ratification of the ‘I'll; Pi H.IT A N
TREATY. The vot s were - Yeas 21,Nay s ft.”
“The Senate yefterdsv pal T-d the hi',', fr m
the Houle of U.eprefifi.tativ< s, prohibiting fbe
imp re at lon fee tar f Britilh] goods, war. s
i'.ruj merchandise, with ut ameudmefit—Yeas
li) —\ .vs 9
TANARUS; bill only requires-he Ggnature of the
Preljdent to La me a law.”
The grand jury, fortlieT] c tates diftricl
court, held at N. York, lr fund bills a
gaiull Samuel G. Ogde . .1. V/, Smith, c ipt.
W. Armilrong, general •'•H, a:id a iu.ar
as Lewis captain of the 1- a. der.
Ey a letter which has been receive !
from age itleman on V a-d the L'-amit r,
it a so*? rs that Miranda i? preparing an I
expe .1 .'! anjairilt fo>ne part of the Span
uti poss ifio s.
T’s important secret, communicated 1
by Mr. Sayre turns out ?s we supposed,
-- q ‘-. Norfolk Ledger.
Capt E ler, arrived at Charleilon on
t’’* 27 n in.'!. I.om Barbaloes, flares,
41 That an ‘ xorefs boat, from Trinidad %
brought accounts two days before lie
| f-'ded, that General Mirund had ef
| t tt -d a landinij at Barcelona, on thi
| S; s -'fh Mam.—lt was further Hated,
] that tie had been joined by two British
If tpa es Eiiis inti Uiyrence ha i cncited
j confidcrable interest at Birbadocs.
jR< ports fix 1 Mirandds force from
three to Xve hundred men.
Ttie B i fli outward bound Jamaica :
fleet, confHiug of eighty-four fail, under
convoy, had touched at Barhadoes, and
fade again, several days before captain
E-’cs left that port. The British ad.
miral had called in all the armed vefTtls
on that Itation—-bis rcafous were not
O.i Thurfity the io‘-h inst. the coun
c l for the defendant, in the c.ife of tli
United States agamft Samuel G. Og
den, charged w.;h being concerned in the
expedition of the Lcaride-r, moved to put
off the trial till the next fitting* in Sep
tember, on his affidavit, that in the trial
of trie cause, Jam.* Madiion and four o
ther perfjn? (naming then) were mate
ria! witntfk-s ; rnd that he believed that
at tnat time tie fttould be able to avail
hnnlelt of their teitimony. His honor
judge'Talma ge, yerterday morning, toid
them he would grant the requett fu far as
to poitpone tr.e trial, but not to.thc time
they moved sot ; but be meant to exer
cif* the authority with which hr was in
veit-d and w-’.ild order tp cial fittings on
j rile 1 | a of July : to whicii iie would put
M r, ir.tr * Adv,
1 rrbsttat covsi srrvcr. |
Mr. Randolph, m his speech upon the |
resolution ot Mr. Grcpir, took the liber
ty to inveigh, with conliderable afperitv,
againll the conduit of fomc eminent re-1
publicans. This has, all at once, made !
him excefiively dear to the federal party.
*\ hen a man difeovers that he is potfes- j
fed of the talent of a billingsgate hero— j
that he can declaim in flowery language
without reafbn, and calumniate without
caul'e, he is immediately claimad, and un
questionably with juttice, by that party,
l’his speech, which, to make the belt of
it, appears to be but the ebullition of
enraged paflions—the offspring of dis
appointed ambitidn, is now circulating
|in the federal papers, and its author be
-1 daubed by that party with flattery as
gross and difgatttng as their ILs to men
of feiifc and independence. The man
whom they designated, at the time ot thi
trial of Judge Chafe, as a fraclious and
disorganizing Jacobin, they now coniidt r
a correct and virtuous politician. This
is the eorjijhncj of tedenihfm.
Pol. 01 ft v alary.
MARRIED, on Thurlilay cvevdn.; I ft,
hv the rev. Mr. Holcombe, Mr l r .i.;nv ■ ck
I)e*si.er, to Mil’s Majy M. Reaiuoh,
both of this city.
D'ED, in tlie Hate of New York, on
the to* i inll. after a long and tedious
illness, in the yS:h year of hts age, lit
Hon. Horatio Gatis, Lieutenant
General in u lervice of the U- S.aiet.
during the He revolutianary war, in
which fewice it liguallzed l.imf It as a!
faithful, brave, galiant and dnlin, uithed
..fitcer. He rs a whig in Lngluid,
uda genu n* Rep>)blican in /unerica. ]
He was a(t?iliad to oe crate ol Atveri
ca from a tuli ciV’Vjctinn of ks i'lil.ce,
and fought faithfully uuc.l its banners
through every ftaj c of the joiifliCt.
Pori of Cci'oaviah.
A R RIVED, Sicop Pocket, Man in,
CLEARED, Ehip Nwy, Hobbs,
d.iverfcoi; Brig Ch-f.ili.t. Houih-y,
Lew York ; Schr. Hope, Hcu vry, Cbarhj
lon ; G\ res, Nelson , do. Simtei i‘s tuns,
Boyd, Dominicoi Ann & H.iriolt, Whip
fie, Bujion) Sloop PaSur, Slow, New
Brig Economy, Smith, from his port for
Alexandria, has.arrived in Hanpium iltads.
Trufttes of the I'refl • “nan Chur-cti
A give notice, that all notes for Re\ re. 1
winch ri.iiiiin ui’paift, on the 10th ol May
next, will he pot in lu.t agreeably to a lielo
lnt ion palfed ihe 2 tt • 1 MuiCh.
bLnJ. MAURICE, )
T r. FLY ING, > Tiaifteea.
JOHN HUNTER, )
April i). 3 l - 10-
\N EVfiion will Wc held at the THE A
T Hi., on Saturday, the ;d day of May
next, for Enliguin tlic 1!!. company Cl.ath?ni
Regiment, in the room ot Stephen B. Ghirl.
promoted.-*—John Love, and Adam C ;-e,
Eiijrs. will fupcrmtenii laid e'eiftion.
Lj c. Nr .fUej lhfc,
J. PETTI HON L, Cap.
April 05- (>)
ASSIZE for March, I^o6.
price ( >r i'l^(>l T K bfing tuii .! .UckTS
A. anil a half per barrel, weight of Bread
12 i-* cents Loaf I 6 1-4 cent; Loaf
b I OZ. J lib. *-'A 07.
Os which all Bakers and Sellers ol Bread
are to take due and paniculur notice.
j* CUYLEII. City Treasurer.
iOu**cJfiwwar.s>. .:-a- womta-
TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. J AMES HE LEY in ordtr t'dpay
his d*bt to me. pub ilhed m the Patriot
of v< fter ! av. f verai falfe, fcandaloin and
libelous assertions me. Coinpel
| led, in my own defence, to pur;.(lt the ef
forts of malignly by a public sentence,
my time was entirely devoted to this buli
nefs, left the difeharge of the Grand jury ‘
ffioiild put it off to another term. 80 *:ir
cumftmeed, it was imp..fable to have
prepared a ttatern*-nt for this day; paper.
To entreat a suspension of public o
pinion, until Friday, would argue a
doubt of the jultiue 01 those who have so
eneroufly paiionifed my endeavors hi
therto ; and who, 1 trust. will r.oi, on in
vcltigatioi), find me unworthy of ilia 1
patronage with which 1 liave been l.oii
Aprsl 2d, 1
JTj'v b iLd,
\I.O fia Yamacraw —with a two
llory Brick HOUSE and two
Wooden Tenements thereon —well cal
culated for dv/elling.h rules—they w ill
be fold on moderate iciu.s and a i;brra.
credit.— For further particular apply to
LORD i-f HALL, or
JOHN HU NIL, R.
If not foil witiiin a few clay,, they will \
be Rented—either ftparatcly or together.!
A Wench, and a fmsrt attire j
Boy, apply a? abfte.
April 29, I 80 (1. Gt *JO I
A. SO i\ liS.N r.rt. co 10.
Next door to Dr. fierthelot, and near !y cp 1
poll re *0 the H It Office,
FAVF. JUST RECEIVED,
PilK the brig GEOKGIA from Nevr
York, in addition to their 1 tirier (trek,
A FRE>H SUPPLY OF
I A DIES kid, Morocco and I. : r flip ‘
Misses do. do. flutters,
Ge 'lcrren’i ie (h oe: r and ptunpH, *.: i
A 1 ! warranted to \>< of iho hrl: qudir .
]SJ,ACKIN*G of th': Hrlt nulli
ty, :u.i gcui-jdl/ • -r ‘ art*ia r hue,
k V U'• hU - y fr , i * r
‘ i iti *t r t<> r■ • i r
> •’! : 3
| n.t? f. Bolton,
; AT AVE receved r.n coiifigiiinent from
a! PHIL ADEL PHI \,
L,.*l and Lisnip Sugar of he flrft Oiuliry,
put Bp “1 Barrels ;
! Which the, offer for file.
April : s ’ fit. ty
Sa >n ue. I IV: Hi am x,
HAS removed to the jloie lately oc J
enpied by McllVs. H. Knctland
& Cos. and formerly by hmafclf, on Mo
rel's wharf, where he will continue the
GROCER Y BUc 1N P.iS.
April rj, ti. 9
\ N OVERSF.F.R, a fi. glc man Well ac j
dX. giutiuel wiih lticc plaining, who
can bring g >od recomme iduious of Ins bon
city, lobriety aid abilities. Apoly to the
lubl’criber at Cotton Ham, Rrva ‘minty.
JOHN 111 MOREL
March 11 55
J ouiv.l i)jr a JsJcjl o,
Two miles out of tnv- n:t Sa*'u>(Ly eve
Three Bmk Bills.
I The owner r.aj L ive them bv proving tie
I Gifts, paving t” r ■ hath ertif ment anti rte
warslug tlw N’cgr. f rtuh’ntll .
CH - Ri. RS COPE.
April 8 fi,
TO El* J’.
I A large rerivcn rut D VELLING
I /’s. HOUSE, Bud well lifted tip
STORE in a central situation, either
j icpaUidy or together. T< una will he
! made very real*'■liable- Apply to the
j February 1 f
THE WHARF AND STORES
U'OUMKIiI.Y occupied by Mi-tlrs. WiH'on
>• Kmox, anti < \ prcScnt By Mr. AirJrtfw
Kiux. Thfi pruduclivr ;• nd cu ivcnien! fi
ination is so well hnowii, gs to rtnuire n.
further t xplimatioii. For terms <>l
11. \\ and) ne.
November 1 19
ON Monday the 16 o June
next, wi i h - told in cU’
i OWN OF h ML. EDOfcviLl.E, a
number ot LH> IS in the f-tici
to'.vn 10 lx c 1 twr ry five,
ic to trie l■> :;s o lur u
J uli “i I T-rbert,
A M. Deve'eaux.
I I -nry L
D di'j Cr’-’ It \ n.
t omen joners.
April 22. Ci. i. saw,
GroKCiA, ) By J din G-.
L. iS. r Hu.’ ilpcr, clerk
1 .O. Niudi.iuok? . .ot the ‘.: i t ol
ordinary for the county of Eiit., lmn,
in the tlatc ot Georgia.
W’ HERE AS David B M th
ell applies f t l> / e s i t aii
miniHrafi.n on the ctizlc z and tff fil.
ofWillian L. Hall, is c of r.ta g
urn Cuun.'y, diteafod, Acoi.tcy
tor ceitdii/i Credit, is of fht; fan.;
Jcceafcd. Thcfe are ths'i%e t. : e
.1 nd admonilli ail auu ii . ular t c
kind eJ and C cili.'ord < f he .aid cJc
‘paled to file n"ir cjhjsiti’-ns ( 1 an
they b”) in my ofii.ee, on cr or s . *■
t c lit day pt Ju.ie next, otheiwiti
et cu *-.!! be gr?n2cd h’ tz
Given iiider my hind ill fra! /his
tuur/eenih dty r.f Apiii ibo6, and
in the rbi./iem \ca r us Aiuciican
April 19 70
GEORGIA. | Iv oi.ariei .• ;, v . ...
(L. ) s hy, die. of ihe i ourt
C. rVoeri’.e'hv. Jof ord; .-ir f,r trie
r ‘Ui.ty of M In.olh, in tne flat; afore
” JJ ’ 1 E RE A S \1 r 1 ! AMP DE N
y y iVMN I’OSH a. p ies ic; let
ters o ad nntiftf ition r-n il e eftaic
md effct.b of Mr. < it n,y M'lntofh,
ate of Chatham county, dsceafed, as
ota-r.(l r f kin. i he.c a e rherefor*!
to cite and aflmntiifh all and iinau'-r
tr.e Ic ndredarid credi or* of tne f. i ’
ijeceaf ri to file tiie.r r,i jt-cli.o.is (if
my they have} in my offLe on or be*
tite all th day ot At>ri , next, e'herw fc
iettcis xvill be granted hi.n.
(nven under niy hind and fra
/his third d.y of March 1 hob, and in
.he 30'n year of A i.crtcin ludepen-
de-re. f55 J
-1 T^T Nr.Lce *s hereiy given,
i that at the expiration of f’.r.ty
luaysfiorn this date, to wit, on he
j 19 h day of April rex , WILL lr
I rJIAJ at PLBJTC AUC 1 ION,
j t the Court'houfc in this C ty, be
ween the r*curs of 10 and i _’c; x,
AI. L thaL LO T of LAND
jin Garpctiie.’s Row, tontainint/ 36
j reet in froi t anti 150 fen deeu ; t.e
j t!,e t*al ellatc of Afapn 1 owe ; I
!fold ty order o? the Infriior Cr.urr,
’ or tne beiefil < f th<* .cirs ar.d cr*d’
tors. ASA HGXgY, niiio’ior
Feb. Ib law On
TT Tilt cjr.7.; Lie was pnftpoucO
| until ‘ , h .a) of M ■■/ rert, svuen it
jW1 .*a‘ /”
] SMKRIFF’s SALgT,
hi IT.L1 T .L be sold on Tuesday thi
third day 0 f Jure next, at the
Lou t house in Savannah, be
tioe-r. the hours of ten a .and two
AL.L that part of a 10-of
hmd on the 1 ,v containing (ix*y
Let in (rout and ninety feet in
depi'i, the r tit rn put of
Lot No three Jekyl Ty hir<r
D.irby Ward in tit* cuy of Sa
vannah, iiii.l a? rhe propi rty of
George TiUtCj of Sav inr.ah tay
lor, to tAtii.lv a morrgi e there
on to Wm. Crawford, duly lore
T. ROBERTSON, s c c.
April zy, 70*
She. iiD Sales.
AT the Court house in the
Citv of Savannah* on the fir It
Tutl'lay in June next, will he
v!d, ‘ etv een the hours of Ten
and !hr e o'cL ck, one oodi
vhlec! oioiry of a Traft of land,
rent .lining [iv on inal (urvey,
Cri;<- 1 L-i-uiand ar.es, 1 iui te, lying,
a id b.eir.u on Il.lv -ihah r.V’ r, in
the c tiniy >1 E ffinghant, op o
hte pii'isbu pit, boriced by
i .nde 11 >in .Iy Pationx ■ i Lew
is. s The *it 1 rraft u ;i inp
ot E ver fivamp.abojndin .tm
line C’ j.vubeized and taken
unuci execution, as the j roper
v- I Ba. tholjnhr- iv Waldi-'iger
dee*, i, to latisfv a Judp; ntnt
obuiiiK ti by Ahi on and John
.Tinniryhaoi—Ru nted by the
Ifixetu . r of Wa.doe.ger.
T. Robertson, i> c. c.
April 29 70
cT . ERIOR CdUkiJ
C bc’lb-im Cckn’.y, }
Im LQJI 1 Y. 5
OT lit pc rionoijt hn Mead
in..’ bem > . ell tiled of
federal n. 1 hand and eviden
j res •• and. ,hi longing to the late
)■ Gordon deteafed, as
an . ~ and that rhe lame have
iuit t .’ and that c >pies of the fame
as near he petitioner can re.
>n..t ate now lodged m tie
el’ ; id:; olfice, tegelher with arj
• if: In it that he la i c have been
been iott iiy a cidcntj & t raying
a.-e‘ ci.e.it inttnled by die lix'h
let To .1 of the ju iitiaJ ad of
i jyu. an t o her circun,fta.it.: il
pi out lie rgy alfj laid before f'e
oint, It is ordered, thar the
laid notes and evidences of di bt*
•e eftabiiflied as cl 1 recited !>y die
>a’J fixed led o” or Hie jodicial
• t, on trie laid J )hn Mead pub
•.illiiug a notici foi tht (pace of
ix tnoiiths in one of the public
of inis citv, unless t aufe
i’ ill lie fhrwn to the court with
in the fa id hx months, or other
c act*-; full appear to the court
a (i ’ unit lit !a •e.
ON it ty Alexandet
job..jit, , rated ith Ma) <8 ),
I tjuuie it June iSc4, for 44. it
duilarj un i47 cert's. One drawn
by Cre.cn ti. Duke dated
junity iii>G2, payable 30 days af
ter date, fur i3i douai s 53 1-4
ants. One drawn by Lemuel Kol
loitc, dated 6it /tugUjt, 1 .00, pay
acne todays after date, for t 8 j
dollars 50 ccntt. One drawn by
IDO) Magee, dated 3// May,
lUO4, payable 60 days after dale ,
for <;t dollars 97 cents. One
d’awn by Charles LindergUcn,
tinted 3 1 May, 160D payable 30
days aficr date , 100 dollars .
One drawn by Nathan Deal for
100 dollars, bv.t to w orn payable
l do not recollect, left by Charles
Goodwin, esq for tolUAion. A
>nt ip sgned by sir 7 P,Qn~
sail of i.ngland for iOj pounds
seer ling,’ to Aim Ann Davies,
with s.veial re,apis on tie bud
jor t e u.terest ,
Tsue extra# from the rccotdi.
J. BULLOCH, Cln,
Jjn. jt, iaw. 6m. 45.
UAS removed to the Wharf and Smrea
belong / ‘ . Mr,. Hunter, iormeny
-ned ly .vtmira. i> nter it Miuia, wlaaere
;,u c iiucs to trant act die
; and Commission
j Mirch 2i. *s