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Ml 5 CELLAN T EO U
/Yea the P.fn Magazine.
F ’ M.F..
Tfl 2 TWO 2 <SI & TWH JnN r.H
----7” a y’t’t’ I.uJy.
PniDl a:.J imp-r,i r .re trt te.
In Vi ant ft minds, c ■ pt mi lute.
Yet Deli* at the t< !’
YVn-i. feiward fps p-etam. t’ advrfe.
Siuli cnxc .mbs ? ve a lady Iv/. J,
/. A e: incite her fn l>, an,l i,'U/e !
AnJ will jou, Deliafa'ifi • r >w.
J - rget urfelf, ••>! a Utaa
If fevioi Cy you’ll c ■ iel'ccml,
r In-arisen to a real frier and,
f \nil v. t;li I kin.tv you’ve ton much feufe
Ai uhai 1 fay to take offence)
(i ni ximfi.Tl yi ur lile n drain ;
I lu'iire o inll <|urte fa vain.
1) .< ill a lpreod 1 ;; bench’s fliule,
A b ire her h;. , ration made ,
A in r V et pi c'd hit f ere and glory,
Ii mv.l n m iln- upper ft ry ;
lnr tl. -r he cracked his i;utt and y kcT,
Aral j-inn'dai a I ill'; 1. Ivan foks.
O r ,1 ,y he (poke hit ft lend below,
(t! rk how Ini fl I’lermj at c*nt s ft w)
Cl -d neighh r litre, J'in plcafed to v.ear
A I e ill la very nice at you :
ieh lo eh gent a Cos u e
71 it l.e the in .lie, vv . k r,f na'ure ;
Y when 1 f e—a heall divine
W < ar fu h a.itil ta ! at ,h ne,
1. iji c me, C i I’ll m rmv oath,
I- llu c- m> and pity b ill.
C le. ve'he Fr-rt, his b ifhv sweep
Ihj ,et everv b u e with envy weep ;
Then lock on me for beauty priz'd,
While ta llefs cr -.tins are dt'fpifed.
Wliirena'u c's fiult) art mull mend i
I never (corn to help a friend.
T kc my advice, and lie behind,
‘I lie li ft g” and bulb sc chance to find.
’I | e If re agreed : and Pug at aft
/. bulb procured, and trade it fall.
Y\ i ll iiukward grace (lie ftruta along,
‘1 lie laughter nf the g.sz ng throng.
Is iv b s a,me with hideous cues ;
I’lig on the tree f ,r rclnge fl e i ,
And PulV (late ciedulr u and proud)
Cu. let ilre monkey’t an aloud,
And io,i confined to m i away,
1 alls to the [rtirl b o s a p, ey. (
II il yon, exd im’d a lifter near,
Bin- happy unour proper lphe,e,
A id liv’d coiten'eil to have lh. ue,
With modest \v -v h, jet all yi ur own ;
Or had uhfiof ft lj pride,
Y u , at n t tmlame o.cd died :
Bin we .kaiu •■itn, afh'mci :o hear
The Wily of i M< rdiev fiecr,
Yruftr ve, alas 1 topleafe a f,,01,
And inei t vnii, sue with ridicule;
For (hr bt c o'. ■, who f Us like y, u,
T'h- I._of bares and monkies too.
/'his the Cb.irljt. Courier’
On remit Charlotte Smit l ’h “annett,
ii> ’co neir/ui ittc.l lo the yet uj.il of
t‘e nut or ly a young /inly
W nf iltrn m. fortune, tell m~ yvhy
1 tlnftettth u the kc. nell smart I
W hy cat.fe tlio i ei lfani heaving livti (
Why aim thy lh..fts at woman’a heart!
Firm morn to night each wanton care,
With F.l tied evils 1 zc her brealt;
And till her mutt with drear ylel’pa r,
C, rr ding each fond hope of rest.
Ah Cit must rs! oft thy fuigfhdl dwell
W oh l ot relic li n on my mird,
A” I o l to rvi *• full Idle ,ing svh and
f rrow i tn thy i ngs Hull tell.
2 i I'll iIT ’s • unw II f'ori w'll CC tfe,
Alai ii.g ‘hr weary f ‘ to fer: e, f future
peree. HMOSPHOK, jun.
Freon the Fioimcat Jbleivatory.
“ t'e t> t t the Scul ”
1i ; ci v. iii v ii Vfj itions,
and v riuus .rotifi O! worlllip
v. di a.vc bcr.i a opted by ifu
llcatneiu, and unc vtnzed nati
i its, h ive loo: er or Utcr beco.vit
c.rineui: tibii , and lonk into t iu
irjUtrj !iilc it e true re.igion
ai jeiU’ rea ams ur-.alrerub y the
Jjirt. ar.d communicates life,
KappiiifS and immoulity to its
laithful protc-nsrs. T!:e dark
2. t f Fagau idolatn, ni‘d tii.
vac k of Mahon cur
K ptrlti ion, are tap dw decay
ing} iod tumbling iniot.’.cir na
tuul, merited ohk urity. li e
theological c ilcciTi r> and nu
tup h) lic.il ideal chcs ot the proud
J ti m a’ors o( Konian and G;e
----c an [ h.loioi hy, fall fat lliott o
liuml le, tnoug . lublnnc re
ion, communicated by the la
•v rd ihc worn ,10 teoCcm frou
Liter woe a loti, undone and re
h'c...<au* iv* Vam aic live
hoafting triumphs of abandoned
infidels • feeble and impotent
‘he claivoraf subtleties of imxo
- ,b'e fuperliition. Thechrilti
in rr'l g.on being promulgated
by the supreme author of all cre
ton ar.d intelligence, affords
ndubitabie and incontroverti
ble teUimony, that ic has for its
ibjctt the ultiir ate felicity, and
dual redemption of man. Such
r'.oiious offers and benign doc*
nines breathe the fpiric of eter
nal goodnrfs, ‘and waft to live
‘oul of the penitent fuppiicant,
the forgiving mercies of pure
love, and lading salvation.
The natural infirm ides a (, d
‘nenta! imbecilities attendant up
>n the fubiunary liate of iran,
vre of lulltcient magnitude to
Tumble the proud heart, and
bow down the haughty lo 1 to
the dud. A realizing sense of
the depravity of human naturr,
cannot hut liltncethe authorita
ri\ e voice of unit', ling power,
and quell the w.ld ravings of
nlolem, aspiring ambition. —
When rive operative influences
t the chrifiian religion strikes
he heart by divine power, a
Irrad abhorrence of fin wakes
(be(lumbering energies of rea
ibn, cearhe- the giofs ablurdity
of (hi a fa Ift security, on which,
ild many place unlhaken cor.fi
; deuce, and elevates the Joul to
I < omerinplate ujion the bright re-’
j wards prepared for the me-.k and
Jliumble profcfTors. Although a
lyltcm of persecution cou in.n -
and in the reign of queen M.ny.
n England, prrgnant with tej
i fie horror, and productive of
lie moll tatal confequenees, yt-r
the innocent and firm beheving
vidims of her infuriate wraio,
chofi ra'her to fuffer a gl nous
death, th-n facr.fice the faercu
principles of that religion, whit h
hey b hved was comu.unica
icd from Heaven. In coni’ -
quence of her unparalleled in
dignation and ungodly bigotry
. Fcrar, a Bdhop, a Laurnei
and a Rogers with many odirrv
yielded up their lives at the fiery
Hake, fejling with thir bluocf
he sincerity of their profelfions
Similar mft inces have been lub
lequently readied, but with lels
nor and afpeiity. Qur pious
fathers sougfit the inhospitable,
incultivated wilds of America
for the peaceful enjoyrr int o
the;r religion, when the r grou
arm of persecution drove ihe.i
from ail thac their hearts hel
dear, by interposing ,n ma'trr.
of a religious nature, and luo
irfled them to pariicuUr modr.v
and forms. Blinded pa tia -
ity and jealous enihufiaim, main
have overadted in pu. ity ing dir i
holy ir.fti’utions, and commuted
enormities ddgrareful to the i<
ligion they profefs. N wuh
• landing thtfe apparent outrage’
aid leeming inconfitlencies, yu
we may re It all'll r ed that the
chrifiian religion is found and on 1
firm and uvtnnoveubie
which all ,thc fiodied lubrciits
if hu van ingenuity can fever
undermine nor invalidate and
ag i nit which, the gates of toll
(hall raver prevail.
I'he lengthy fu-refilon of
four thousand ) ears had rolled
aw y, aftti the wi.idcrous iyiti m
of the univeife was u.n.icd into
exdtenceby theAlmig ny hi o:
Heaven, before the blcfied oavi
or ot dir world ddeended upon
earih to tike upon h m the office
of mediation, and to rrltore mart
to his primitive purity, by cite
redemption ot h;s fins. The
ttansccndant beauty and lurpdl
k g ot chrillianity,
wotn u fir It appeared, ddlolv.d
the profs ul-as and cunning devi •
led films ot divinity, eftablilhed
by cor:upted impurity ot ihe
a = e. It was wtuuciudancthai
many left thcirt raditional tales
coinefoliowers ot Cunit; butwhen
ihty die cited themlelvts of bi
goti v and prejudice, a.id beheld,
with a fi.igie eye, Uie new-bom
iutlrc and miraculous magniti
ccnicofthc bon of God, they
no longer retained aau cnerilned
die adumiiuoie principies ot ido-
1 arrv and po’vrh ifn, bu’ mar.i
letted an arcl rit tt . hniM.t, a o
placed a fi :n rdiar.ee n the re
deeming nen s ur the l umbit
Jesus. —The fuj JCrior viral s, j
forgiving a ere rs and bounui i.
goo inefs whii h rttlcJ in the Oo
lom of this ceietl.ai ii-itfi. n.
f;on lofien and the i amorous en
mity and fiery wra nos his op
pofers, and uui.y wu:t aeu r i la
rd ooltinicy aau wihul con
ic npt yielded up ti.e.r er oneous
tenets and became humble fol
lowers ot tbi Lamb. H a ira
cles w re convincing—i,is doc
trine was the molt ti dy ot II a
vcn. tiis iriifiion on trth was
or the laivatlun ot irian, anu
wl olotver will, may come unco
min ar.d be laved. A.vllCUo.
A Ship the School of Sociability .
I.VikKY one k.iowa, or (.very
one mult feci, that the fi.Lt link,
rhat unites man to n an, is mu
tual wcakrds and mutual warns
But row variant are t.,e lyuip*-
tturs wh'f i ij>n g Iron tins
principle of itii-pri lervau n uia
It curi. y when modih and ry the af
fections of n^tUiC —perhaps tacit
is rot a condition in human life
in wh.chone is lb loot c -ndu -
ted to a knowledge of tiiat mfi
uiic (kill with which Heaven
has formed its rational c.eauon
here for the leverai purpufis of
Virtue and enjoyment, as in the
mlolated fuuation of a lh p’ s
con parry, to cite |.nne
nazaids, and rmprtfifed wi h a
leulc of the reci local dependen
ts Jtlulung from their fuua
don. Removed from relatives
arm friends, the fxinl compact
■<l c ni: ades and brother fauors*
ri is up ne aching void - t co n
i amotithip riptns inio f i nd
di j>i anj n utual confidence
Kieps alive rl.c pen r us affec
t.ons of ia- h. flow oficr. do
you :ce he Jieerfui glass,
to m he .ith of a far remote
wife oi Iwce.heart, ireet *h
p veil g lip aid fit ting tear !
and 1 i me haid.bjr lynip nhet
c hrn o an noiuit ntfifnate,
x end with urialiumed hu. r;ty
to grjfp hat of a biOihei in me
mo i ent of ter.der it olb tftion.
H w often do you iilten thert
to tlte ci.tenr.cj ul. of abience
being :o- otten in he he.;rt-ieu
joy of h aring again the wel otin
ot tfioie whom they loved —u
s r.ot a mm me*; —Such tn
tn n wi o io te i piaie the woo
ds of die and tp j a ,and luch fc
-1 ‘-' i t “lay ire lou üby thculhrius
a v m. nca.
• -- >M| v mm*
ijJi'hD f (a ).vl Vi lb >loi\'-
KiG -f I’il > r vGh.
■S’ v inn ih, June 4. 1801.
1 C ”l'(j . * 1 tuverz. pci tons zfl
ifT •’ nil) ax V 1
C’itui, Tn.it tip Spcrf .irv do puhliili
r-’iii v t-ie Hum.:- f l'Jcli t’lts, l.i poffcfs
iiiZrifti •■ r ‘ -1 i■; nes tr* on ilns buzrd.
£xti-,iO ft oo the Minu et.
I'HOMAs; PICT, Sterttery
Axe’ ui v t” !ic •rilcrof ‘he hoard,
Ido | u vio ice. ‘hut the following j
per ~, oil, ,ue Uuly authorized to -flat
1 li.'tr.at ST -Uage, )
liiiam Cfuv, >
J rnes .ut n, ) „ .
UT.ia.i-. !< - ,” n. Pilot!.
1 j.ih lirouglu. n, p
Tt. mu- A.wc hr, )
Kicliard \V .1., llrni cl- Pilot.
VVill. i.n Wik, under hi.
John Mjj r, 1
Peter CkiTp, [
Krub’ ii vidarion, f
jhu l)e,-.. ii, J Ccrtiiicne PftoU.
J hn Dixon, C
T Uoinas Osfi-’mr.
THOMAS PITT, Secretary.
May 9 7d
bliei ill’s bales,
On the fi>il ‘luesdty in June
next, vo'.ll be /old at the Court
cue tn tbit city, bet a ten Ue
bouts cf io and $ o'clock,
1 Hfc following negroes (co
wit) I sSABr.LL RAC HI- L,
and POLL.Y, taken under ex
ecution to fatisfy JamES Alger,
the property pointed out by the
Continued from May laics.
T. ROBERi bON, s c c.
May 16 7 5
JVAJSrcD ON HIRE.
A NEGRO WOMAN who is a
/'\ Cook, Washer and Ironer—O ie
vutti a gi'od Character, will receive lib
eral wages, and be vrcil treated. El
- attliii vfivC. May 16.
PTpV I \\TflO
Ai.LV/ Jl J 14.x.i. YXJ O
ILL th’t aluab!e traft of
f \ LAM) fi'uated anj b--
ng on the Touch fuie of the Ala
amana river, known by the
name of the Broadiace tract,
late the property of General
Lachlan iVTlntofii, containing
* 7.5.5 acres, of which 1100 acres
are prime Tide Swamp of t e
:irfi qoaiity and very bed pitch
f tide ; the balance high (well
timbered) PINE LAND, and
well calculated for a Irttirment
or fecilements. This tract is di
vided into three parrs, through
the uppermofi third runs a large
navigable cre>k, lc-d,ng to a
‘andtng, on whrh may be ert-fi
ed (as the tiream is ronfidtrable)
a Rice Mill, Saw Mill or Grilt
Mill. This property is situ; ted
im rediatelv opiofre iVjq. Bot
lers, Dcme: ’s Kland } and f;om
its local advantages is the moft
definable rice estate in Georgia.
Any person who withes to
purchase may apply to Mr. A
LLXANDER MJTN, Charier
ton; Mr. CHARLES HAR
RIS, attornev at law, Savannah ;
or Messrs. MEIN, MACKaY
cSt Cos. merchants there. In ail
of woofc hands a plat may be
I ecu, and those who nay be de
lirous to view the premises, by
applying to Mr. M‘KINNON,
bt. Simons iiland, hr will (hew
them the lines, and give every
other necelTary information he
having resurveyed the trad.
February 7 46
“THAT in nine months from the date
hereof, r-pp’ication will, be made
to thehon. thejuftices of the Inferior
Court, for the coui.ty of B.illoch, for
leave *o fll al! that tratt of land, con
tan ujr 475 ac r , rß more or I. fa, lying in
the c unties of Bryan and Bulioch, the
fame being part of the estate of Wai
W m. Slater, adrn’r.
May 6. raw 9® *
ON the firfl Tuesday in f n
vet, u til be fold at the Ccurt-
House in this city , between the
hours 0! ten ar.d tb'se o'tUtk.
WILL BE SOLD,
AL.L ’hole buddings fituat;-
on Noith’ h .If part of lot No.
Decker’s ward, owned by
ihrcfia'cof Philip Mines, the
roptity of Mjumcc Left ff, now
>'■ JoTeph Arnold. Tmee lets
xing | art of a five a re h.c for
tK-rly the property of John Cur
The following negroes to wief I
Role, about 55 years of age,
by occupation a painter; Porn
pey, his wife Ilfabclla, Cato and
C.-cUr, and a fifty acre lot known
by the No. g. Ail >, the houlr
m Ar.fon’s Wsrd.at preient oc
cupied by the defendant, frizea
nnder txecution as the property
of Joseph Arnold, forvivm.', Cc.
at the luits of Bcnjam.n Builey
fuiviving copartner, and Benja
min Bulimy junior.
Continued from Vlrtv Lies.
Conditions C jh.
T. ROBERTSON, s. c. c.
April 1 61
A LOT in Yamacraw—with 3 two
f~\ story 3rick HOUSE and two
VV r oodtn Tenements thereon—well cai
ciliated for dvvelling.houfts—they wiil i
be ft ld on moderate terms and a libers.!
credit. —For further particular apply
LOUD & 1 1 ALL, or
If cot fold v j-.lnn a few day, they will
be KcDted—tidier f-pa-zte’y or together.
A Negro Wench, ar.d a fajsrt aflive
Boy, nppiy as above.
April 29, 1806*
A. SCKIBNEii & Cos.
Noxt door t? Pcrthelot, and nearly o*’
uofre the Polt
HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
T - , GEC KG I V ... •
Y rk, m ac.aiti.-n to their former stock,
A FRE>H SURELY OF
1 ADIU; ail, Morocco and Leather i;p
Mines (io. do. ftir-i-r*,
Gentlen-en’s fine fliocs and pimps, tec ?tc
A I warranted to be ct the t-.nl quality.
LIQJdID 13J. AC AING oi the tint ouah
•y, a- u gc.'.e.a ly every rr-.icis in t.t :r !:r.e,
vluc.t they timer thentfe'vcs wtit jpve tatis
tketior. as to the ~’iiit> 5...a p.ut.
AprC tt by
(l. At 1t 1 Cvutity, f
In EQJITY. 5
ON thepc’.itionufJohn Mead
fiatirg that b.-ing poflclTed ci
leverai note 1 , of hand and eviden
ers of belonging to the late
An-.l'rofe Garden deceaied, as
Leoified in the Schedule hereto
annexed, and thac the fame have
ioit ; and thac copies of the fame
appear as the petitioner can re
coueft are now lodged in the
clerk’s office, together with an
affidavit that the lame have b. tn
been loft by accident; & \ raying
the benefit intended by the fix h
fedi at of the judicial adt of
*799. and c:htr circumdanttai
proof be ng aifo laid beforr the
courts Jt a ordered, that the
faio roi-es and evidences of debt,
be eft^b.idled as C.retted by the
said fixtn fecEon of the judicial
aEr, on tne Did John Mead pub
lishing a notice for the Ipace c;f
fix iiioiiths in one <;t the public
yazatts of tnis ckv, unlels cauiA
f di be (hewn to the court with
in the laid fix months, or other
matter lh all appear to the court
ONE drawn oy Alexander
Job aft on, dated ith Nlay 1 804,
payable Ist funs ISO 4, jer 44j
dollars and 47 urAs. One drawn
by Great it. Duke dated sj.O
Jane, 1802, payable 30 days af
ter ante, fur 1!i 1 do.iu-s c J 1-4
One drawn by Lemuel fet
lock, dated bit smgujt, 1 co, pay
able 10 days after date, for 16?
dollars 50 ctnls. Ore drawn cy
Hugh Magee, dated 3d Muy>
i cO4, payable 60 days after
fur si dollars 97 cents. U.e
and awn by Charles Linder green,
dated 3d May, 1805, pay aoe 30
jays after date, for ico dodars .
One drawn by Nathan Beat for
.00 dollars , but to whom payable
ldo not recollect, left by Charles
Good win, esq. for collection. A
eceipt signer, by sir T. onius Bon
tall of England for too pounds
sterling, to Miss Ann Davies,
with several receipts on the bad
(or t e ih tcrest,
Tiue extraA from thsreroids.
J. BULLOCH, Clk.
Jan. 3 1, iaw 6m. 45.
Monday the j 6 h June
next, wiU be fold in the
i OWN Os N ILI.LDGi'v LLE, 1
numb rof LO 1 S in the laid
town not to ex eed twenty five,
to the terms of (orai
A M. Dcveieaux,
Conan Jficner s .
Anri] ?2. 68 jaw,
therift s Bales,
IVILL BE fiO.. D at the court
L’tufe in the city of Savannah,
c: ? the fa-ft Tuesday in June next,
between the hours of ten and
ONE hundred and fifty acres
LAND, in Camden coun
ty, on tne loc n fide of Great
(S’atiHa river, bounded Noitfi
Weft by laid river, N. E. by
Rclrs Creek and John Wh i.e
heads land, S. W. by Montforcs
lands, and all other fid.s vacant.
All those two lots of land in
the town of Riceboro’, Liberty
j Coun y, known by the numbers
2 and 7 in the plan o* f. id town.
One undivided moity or haft part
of toco acres ot /.AND on
Great £atiila river, in the cou.n
ry of Camden, granted original
iyjto Jane Barnard.” mJm
Twenty-nine acres on -Skk!a
way back river. Taken under
execution to fatisfy the afjtgnees
of Matthew Shearer, surviving
c partner of Alexander Watt,
U Cos. Pointed out by the de
i cjKi sn f
T. ROBERTSON, s c c.
May 6. 72}
FOR Lcl, “
A Czf.n’ /-.!<? of 202 > -2 acres aflcni
y*.i dij'ria of Baldwincevny. Far
par u.utart enprnre of t/St prtnkrj of tbit
7 ts 37