VoL IV. No. 90. J
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Square th. liberal allowance made to
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thole who wi<-
For sale at v KIS ° ffice *
A variety of BLANKS *.™S M
Foreign aiui Coaituig
L;a ( unr ditto
Do. of J.uding
Do. of Sale; Rowers of Attorney
Deeds oS Conveyance
Bonds; Notes of Hands
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CT Card* , Handbills , &C‘
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Superior to any other kind, at i/y per lb.
Stock in Trade,
OF the fubferibers, at the moft reJue<i
prices, wholesale and retaj. Private fami
ties will find their mtereft in applying for
Groceries, Wines oc Liquors.
BAYLEY & HARMAN.
No. 6, Exchange.
July 1* 91
Nodes is Hereby Given,
That the Coparnerfmp carried an htr by
William Dixon, James DiCk*
lbn and George Penny,
Under the firmof Jamb* Diccjoh, 3cCo
by its own limitatior, on the ift
jr.itant; thole who have any demands a
gain!! the concern will pleafeprefent them,
and those indebted, are requested to
make payment to James Dicklon, who it
au.horifed to Rule the affair* of the
In future the bufwefu will be continu
ed by William Dixon St James Dickfoe
lander the firm of
James Dickson, & Cos.
June 30 88
FOR PRIVATE SALE,
A TRACT of very valuable Cotton
and i’rovifion CAN'D, contain
iug nearly three thousand acres, belong
ing to the ellate of Rickasld R. Ash,
firuated on the island ofDawfufkie, di
rectly opposite Savannaa bar, and dis
tant only 5 or 6 miles f.om Tybee Tight
Houfe.—Tbefe land; are inferior to
none in the Rate—the prefect crop of a
bout 450 acres of Codon, and 200 acres
f Provision will fully prove this.
The Trad is divided into four Plan
tatlons, and will be fold together or se
parately, sll of which are well fettled,
having every ncccffary building /or fa
Cotton Plantation, molt of them have
been erected fisce.the hurricane, and of
the bell materials. On Newbury is a
convenient and comfortable two story
dwelling houfe* kitchen and wash house,
new- The buildings on Salt
Pond are a little inferior, and in excel
■nt repair. Mary-Held and the ridge,
Jave been lately fettled and have over
feet’s houfe*> &ct
Terms, one third cash, the other two
thirds in one and two years, the purcha
ser giving bond and mortgage of the pro
perty, wiih perfouai fccurity, if required.
The overseer at Newbury, will fhtw the
Lands and divifiou lines. For further
particulars, apply to
C)* Provlfions, Plantation Tools, &c.
may be had with the plantations, at a
Beaujirt, S. C. July 15 92
* ivoTTZiT T
AtL perLmi havir j demands agair.ft the
estate of Robert Hudson, late of Scre
ven ciunty, dfcealed, are requeifed to render
thenaj.roper!/ authenticated, and thole in
<sebc£ are solicited to make immediate pay
James Hudson, ex’r.
Jy 3 yj
E'er fa!e at this fcfkce.
Bayley & Harman,
N0.6, IN THE EXCHANGE,
HAVE received by the late arrival* a ge
neralard caeenfive afTortment of All-
TIC . ,ES, in their line, the whole of which
are arran dos the bell quality, and will bi
fold at reduced prices for ready money or
, produ e oriy.—Planters and other* will be
fuppl'edby fending their order* on the term*
i above mentions .
Gcon-ia Hams& Ba<:on (home cured)
oid warranted to keep through the
Larg, pickled and fmoaked Tongues,
✓ beef from the New-York market
New- ‘ork corn’d Beef in half barrels £c
; by the Angle piece
Bctor a Sausages,
Salmon on retail
I Double Glofter, Chefhirc, North W ilt
fnire and American Cheese
London bottled Brown Stout,
Edenburg ale, and British Cider
Fine sparkling Champaigne sad
100 Fine a PPL Cheese
London BotU-cd Port, in quart Sc pint
Ten cases old Claret Witif o£ one Joxtn
Old Madeira Wine in Bottle*
Do. in quarter cask? and on retail
Y’rontignae and Ma infey Wines
Every defeription of Cordials in bottles
and in lock caf-s, aiToited in each
Engliih and American Rafpberrf
Dried fruits, Prefcrves in cases alTorted
Orange & Ltrnon Shrub
ilefe, Lavender, Orange flower, and
Olives, Capers, Anchoives,
Pickles cf all kinds
Oheroque, Quins, & Imperial Fifa fauct
Soy, rllence of anchoives
Pepper Sauce, fine Sallad Oil
Table Salt, YVine Bitters
London and Durham Moflard,
Ready made London Mustard,
Split Peas, Pearled barky
Chocolate of superior quality
Crackers and butter buifeuil in kegs,
Mocoa Coffee, fine
Hyfon and young Hyfon Teas
And jujl Lan edfrom Nciv Torb. ,
Small Cattys of Hyfon Tea, very fupe
By a Spring arrival ,
Godfroid’s fuperiot Stgars in whole and
Battle powder in eaniftcra
Rifle do. in kegs and
Cannon do. in do.
Shotiof all fires
50 Cbfks Brown Slout.
il 29 70
Bayicy 6c Harman,
> F.xcha*ob, No. 6.
HAVi jujl received from New-York,
a choice parcel of
Tongtis, Bacon and
Corned Beef, in half barrel*.
ALSO—Madeira and Port Wines
Spices tjf all forts, Pickles
About Joolbs. English Cheese, —Will
be Lid at if. yd. by the whole
Cordials, Sweet Wines,
Frcfh Linus, frefh Saliad Oil.
Ihe which are novr effer
ed to at the mod red ictd pri
N. B. IVivate r amily and ship (lores
supplied with Lch quantities as may suit
them, at lowertates, than can be had in
town, until the lock is fold. ,
J ul y 2 > \ 9 6 -
For a tern ot Years.
AN I) immedKte pofTefiion given
the TAN YYIRD, Garden &c
with all its improvements. lately occupi
edby Meffri, Bowmeuc Smith at Ya
To a person desirous Y>f pursuing the
Tanning business, its rcceyt arid complete
repair will 2fiord great advantages, there
are comfortable accommodations for a
private family, the rent lot/—apply
to BAYLEY & HARMAN,
June lo 82] No. 4. Exchange
THIS elegant retreat, stout four
mile* from Savannah, on W afTiX* river,
is offered on a lease for fix Or fevea
years, for the benefit of the heir, a mi
nor, on terms that will suit those incli
ned to pofkfs so valuabl a piece of
grouod, as well calculated for health as
for pleasure and profit. Apply to
Wm. STEPHENS, 1 n
A. TURNBULL, 5 Guardian*.
Aagmft 9 t.
fittv BARRELS superfine
RECEIVED per fehooner Aftaora, aad
will bti old by
July i* 93 J Jetfcrfvn-Street.
SAVANNAH s PRINTED BY EVERITT M'LEAN, ON THE BAY.
Friday, august s, 1806.
TvV residence of tbs late Governor
UALUAPtL E PLANTATION,
_2627 acres on Savannah
River, in Burke County ; and, 767 on
the opposite fide, in South-Carolina.—
The vame of the Pine Lands, on this
fiuc, and the rich low grounds on the
other fide of the river, tender* the
The advantages of an elevated situation,
the cftabiifbment of a ferry conll.ntly
used, and with the command of lands
of every quality, upon a navigable river,
are so well known as to need no
other deLription. Terms of payment and
the price, will be easy.
For particulrrs, apply in Augufla
to Thomas Flournoy, Esq. 0 f Seaborn
Jones Esq. at his feat in Soriven Coun
ty, to Major Bulh, near th premiiki,
aqd in Savannah, to
■Hr 39 ts ,j 6
rioo acres of Valuable
L AND, in Glynn County, is offered
LOR SALE, composed of valuable
Rice, Cotton and Provision Land, in
one body, and in which is included, a
rich parcel of Meadow Laud, capable of
the highest cultivation.
The titles to these lands are clear,
and the lands have been lately resurveyed
by Mr. M'Kinnon, with accurate re
marks, (hewing its boundaries, situation
on a navigable creek, and other ad van
Thefs lands rre direfted, by law, t.
be fold for the benefit of the Betlicld.
College, or Orphan House Eflate.
I* or a great part of the purcliafe moii
ey an eatcnfive credit will be givenj an*
the other payment made easy. pp U
to Judge STEPHENS, the Prefiden
of the Board of Trutlees, Dr. PAR
KER, Mr. BARACH GIBBONS
or the fubferiber, or Committee ot Prul
tees, from either of whom, particular,
will be made known.
w. B BULLOCH.
If not fold before the firfl Tues
day in November, the above will be of
sered for Lie at Auction.
_J u ‘y *9 96_
TO Be of
The valuable Plantation,
Brick Yard and appurtenances, known
heretofore as the
The whole body of land is within
three miles of this city, on the Asguka
road, and fronting Savannah river, and
contains, on actual lurvey, better than
three hundred a.res, more or lcf:
For separate Farms to, or as fettle
ment6 of high land, for those, who poffefii
rice grounds on Hutchiiifon’s-lfland, and
opposite to the Glebe Land, the above
is certainly a deferable purebafe.
It is well known, that a valuable bed
of clay, is on the land, and that bricks
have been burnt on the spat, and brought
to market to advantage.
As this land has again reverted to tin
church, ail persons are cautioned from
trespafCng thereon, or committing any
depredations on the wood land, and those
wtio are in poflelDon of any part thereof,
by ieafe or otherwise, are notified to
pay no rent bi*t to the Warden’s of
If no purchaser offers, between this
and the fir it Tucfday in November, the
property will be divided into Jots, anc:
offered at public audtiori, tor the benefit
of the church.
J ul y *9 _
ON the Jirfl Tuetday in Q Bober next,
tvill be sold at the Court house of the
city of Savannah, purJ'uant to an order
jor that purpose obtained from the bon.
the lnjtrior Court oj the county oj Chat
ALL that I Band or trad of land,
generally known ar. and called
BURNSIDES, in the countyaforefaid,
containing about two hundred and sixty
acres of plantiug COTTON LAND,
and a body of Marsh adjoining thereto,
situated between Bewlic and Skidaway
1 (land, being part of the real rflate ol
Jacob Waldburger deceased, together
with the buildings thereon, and the ap.
pertenances thereto belonging. Terms
to be wade known an the day of Lie.
Exc’r. of tie estate af Jata* Wald
July 2 %
TO BE SOLD,
(on j ensDiT or nx montni.J
A LOT in Oglethorpe ward, nea
the river and adjoining Mr, Pool
isi s wharf lot, with a final! improvcmcr.
thereon. It is a corner lot fronting 10c
feci on a street, 5c 80 on a lane. cd“ The
owner would be willing to barter it for
Eaqttir at tbit Office.
Ju f y il, 1806.
fuse 21, 1806.
Whereas lhc com mis .
fioners of the linking
Fund, at a meeting held on the
2Sch day of April, 1806, did re
solve, that the funi remaining to
complete the expenditure o*°the
annual appropriation of EIGHT
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS,
thould among other purposes br
applied to the reimburlennent of
die NAVY SIX PER CENT.
S TOCK, created in pursuance
of zn afl of Congrels, paflVd
on the 30th and ty of June, 1798,
md ro the reimburlement of the
FIVE AND HALF PER
CENT. STOCK, created in
pursuance of an ait of Congrefsj
pafi’ed on the jd day of March,’
I his is therefore to give no
tice, that the principal of the
said NAVY SIX PER CENT.
S I’QCK, with the inrereft due
thereon, will, on lot render of the
ertilicatcs, be paid on the ili
lay of Odtcher next ensuing ihc
late hereof, to the refpeCtive
tockholders or their lawful re
ircfentatives or attornic-s duly
onlticuted and authorized, ti
het at the ] rcafury or at th
-oan Office, as the case may
><G where credits have been
-iven for the a nount of flo'fc,
fpectivtly held by them: and
hat the principal of the FIVE;
AND HALF PER CENT.
jFOCK, with the interdt due
thereon, will in like manner,
and at the fame places, be paid
on the iit day of January, 1807,
o the rrfpeitive stockholders.
ar their lawful representatives or
■ttorniea duly conltituted and
It is further made known, for
the information of the parties
concerned, that no transfers o’
the NAVY SIX PER CEN'L
‘> I OCK, either from or to the
books of the Treasury, or from
or to the books ol a Conunis
fioner of Loan*, will be allow
ed after the lit day of September
ensuing. And the interdt on
all certificates of said ltoi ks,
which fhull not have been sur
rendered, in puriuance of this
notification, will ccafe and de
termine, on the day preceding
the day hereby fixed for the re
Stertiary of the Treasury.
L'ty L 5 9a tsgo
BOAip of COMMISSION
ERS OF PILOTAGE.
Savannah, June 4, 1801.
I v Confequcnce of several perfoni aft
ng illegally a* Eliots,
Ordered, ‘I oat the Secretary do puhlifh
moutlily the riKOiesof luch I J :Iots, a, pofiefs
Brandies <>r Certificates from this board.
Er.trutt ft on the Minuitt.
THOMAS PITT, Secretary
Ackueaii-y to the order ot the Board,
I do hereby give notice, ti .it the foi < wins
! uerfen* only, aie duly authonr.ed to af’. al l
Thomas Nonage, J
! Ilham Clay, (
! James bcraiiton, j .
William Hoy Ron, Branch Pile..
Etijah Broughton, C
Thomas Alworthy, y
Richard We!-, Branch Filot.
William Wall, aßing under hir*.
John Major, ,
Peter C*Ur, f
Reuben Anderfcn, I
John Dixor., L
‘i'Uomai W.i.orrr. )
[VYholb NuMasii 359.
I'rom a Pam Paper.
TO THE BRITISH NATION.
i will not go to war
with os” fays your mimfterial
writer. Have you lo fooii for
gotten the origin of her Lit war
w,rn >' ou ? It was not tovindi
cate wrongs and injuries which
lhe had received—it was
o ward off thofc which the was
thtreacened. It was noi ro , r , c
id of obnoxious taxes which
you had already repealed, but to
oblige you to renounce for ever
your churn to impoie tiicm. If
chm i,e00,000 poor, divided co
‘oniiis, with unexampled cou
r‘H”- braved for lorne years
your rage, for tin; fake ot main
taining an abdratt principle of
r, when the remaining L.iti -
ments of loyalty and dread of
your power vere in the scale a
g<nnlt them, what wjli 7,000,0 00
of free Citizens, Infhmed by the
■nolt attrocious violations cf
us m I nat,oniil ri - ll ' :s decide >
, ‘ £ hcy ta.nely iubmit without
a tlniggle to 1 ws as humiliating
s, of vauqu filed, the conquerer
could impose i
At the commencement of the A-
Irene mi war, we fought you a
handed, when you
had no other enemy to contend
with i audit vvas not until after
we had Tanqujbed and captured
one of your armies that France
even promised us fuccour. Yet ic
is pretended, that at a moment
vvheo every maritime nation of
Europe is arjamft you, we dint
not enter the field wt:li you. No!
people of Great Britain, your
rnmiiiry thcinlelves do not be
lieve this nunknle. They know
war will be the inevitable conic
quence of the propoied mealures.
ic is only to allay the fears of
your manuiddturers, and yaur
merchants interelted in the Amr
ncan commerce, rh.it these pie
enlions of our timidity and lub
milfion aic held up.
1 fie real queltion then, is re
luted tothii, is a war win the
United Acates preferaole i) an
iionelt policy ?‘to an indulgence
to this neutral nation, to <xrr
cile its 1 awful rights, the n 6 h a
which God and nature have af
luted to all nations ? What bc
fic 11c could Great Britain ilerive
from a wir which will balance
the eternal infamy attached to
us injullice i
America is not the country
iiioft congenial to lintifb laurels.
the clima c ts r<o warm, and
however verdant they may be at
die moment of tranlpl antition,
they always fade. Scarcely an
heroe in your armies, who gath
ered laurels in your plait. 3 or on
our mountains, who did not f.c
them wither at Saratoga, or with
in the walls of Yorktown.
R ‘S to he presumed therefore
we shall hear no more of landed
1 niuch doubt whether your
maritime advantages, for which
alone you undertake the war will
he much greater. It is a fad,
perhaps not generally known to
you, that the State of Majfachu
jetts alone took. 1,100 of your
(hips during the colon’al war.
MafTachiifctts then poflefle.d
but 300,000 inhabitants and a
bout 100,000 tons of fhipping.
bhe now pofiefies 500, 000 in
haoicants, and 350,000 tons of
The United Stages could then
i equip, during the whole war,
; but three or four frigates.—
Their prefect ellablilhmcnt con
filts of ten (tout frigates, dsf thef
have the means of equipping and
manning in 4 months 50 more,
if exigencies lhcuid require it.