From the Orange County Rtpullican.
** VI.I'D Sift on :ne plain* 1 t*E an ,0 *PT >r,ir >’*
While joy feetly play’d round my heart,
I fancied each bread, like my own war sincere
Par fquint-eyt’d suspicion my way cam* not
Nor l fear’d, for I knew not of Ait !
If a race -seat with fnftnef* apparently dref and,
And the ■ mili of good natnre did wear,
Methought dat no evil could lurk in the bread,
That in WBATWut each trait to the tout **a
.end goodnew mud lure reside there .
Where science dispelling the mid of the mind
Ktherial effulgence had shed,
jl thought no mean paf&on could ever be join and
With lightfo refplendent.with fente tbutrefin and,
While the bay ’twin’d itfelf round the head.
Jf the language of Gcdliocfs flov/M from the
I believ’d it mud live in the hk**t,
With raptupe 1 liilcu’d for even when young
2 had learn’d that eaoh virtue from piety Jpr-ung
r nd did sweet knij tiont impart.
Ah! would that experience with afpedl fever*, ‘
Pi or n my cottage had dill kept away,
Jor ignorance with reacji 1 hold ever more
H'han knowledge, niiM, i.tu my bosom to
Or know that the world doe* betray—
I have mark’d the demtanor complacent and foft
Which iHttWDVtn itfelf tould beguile,
Concvilin, corroded malignity oft,
While at plain honed bluntnefi and candor they
Very citii.it wov.vdid with a unit.
Education—though blight be her tenet*, and
A* the orbit of tiny—and a long bt her rule,
But too o t mmv'D, are the font ol her care,
2 ho’ proudly they boast, herinfijjna they w. t,
It only addt nuai to th* toot.
And often alat 1 with presumptive difguilf,
The hypocrite’ll bafenefi to hide,
H'ith artt which the subtlest fiend can dreilit,
Aud faeved devotion’* axternai, he trie*
To cover DictJT, aob and raio*.
Convinc’d that deception can boldly affedt
Fair worth, by the urtlds believ’d,
Yet rather than one*, l fiiould virtue fulpedt,
Or hy unjull suspicion, true merit negleCt,
Ah! let me he often deieiv’d,
E’en merit herfelf, doea not alwayt appear
To the world in her own native light,
If rartu to move in chill poverty’s fphtre,
From blalling detraction, and ridicule * *am
She (brink* in the dark with affright.
Though vie I may conceal, or (• often it doth)
Afiume an appearance moll lair,
Tho’ wot rll may he branded with crime* lhe
Jiit to look on—of thi* be allur'd, that they
JMl’tT, ons u*r, a>rE.n ohat taiv Alt,
From (be Companion.
TIIOU MUST DIE J
When we bring ro mind this
aw r ul fcntcnce, which ha* been
passed upon every ere uure inha
biting this ball of eatih, how in
liguificant appear tlmfe low pur
i'uics which agitate the toiling
race of men. He who has been
for a ferir* of years building
airy rallies, and preparing for
future yeais of enjoyment—who
has been tiding his barns with
plemy and his ltores with abun
dance, how is he allonifhed,
when to him is sent this awfui
lu.muons 1 His proud projetts
vim(li into emptinels, and more
worthies'* than chad appear those
valt dtfigns of grandeur which
had cal.ed forth all the energy
of the mind. Not io the Chris
“ H*a made the ftatute* of the Lord
” His study and dilight.”
To him death comes not un
locked for he knows it is the ;
jot of our frail nature, and he
rej'Mces in it as the road to blrs
fednefs. SuftaineJ by the hope
of glory, he finks not under the
tendings of pain—the agonies of
dtfealc ate conliuered as the
price of his palfyort to a happier
ltate i and, religned, he receives
the cup of affliction. The death
ot the Cnrtdian is the revival of
faith. Thole who hand at his
bed-tide —who behold him throw
otT me of mortality, his
countenance beaming with heav
enly (mile*, and his lips uttering
jnuiu—■-mutt lurcly be conna-
red that he has followed n T
“ cunn ngty deviled lablcs.”—
and even beptics must be indu
ced to wilh, chat their latter cuu
might be Ike this.
30 Dollars Keward.
RAN A WAY from the fubferiber on the
. 15th February lad, ayoitng negro wom
an named NELLY, (he is about 5 feet two or
three inches high, thick made, has remarka
ble thick lips, and black teeth, which are ve
rv far apart, andlifps much w hen speaking.
She 1* wed known about town, where she
may be enticed to woik; and is luppofeil to
be harbored at time* about the Orphan House
and Mr. Wdkinfon’s plantation near Savan
nah. The above reward wi Ibe given to any
perf->n who will deliver her to the Jai *r m
Savaanah, or inform tka lubfcriber where she
may be taken.
Kareh *5 -59
60 Dollars Reward /
STOLEN or RUNAWAY
FROM the fubferiber, a Ne
gro Girl, named MARY,
about sis een years of age, well
grown, black complexion, plea
sing countenance, large breads
for her age, clca’hed with a cal
ico coat and white wrapper, but
had others, has a mother a: Mr.
Rodmans, in Savann-h.
A Reward of TEN DOL
LARS will be p.”id for her de
li veiy to me or in jail ; 1 hirtj
Dollars on conviction of her be
ing harbored by a white person,
& Cwcnty if by a negro. Captains
of vdfeisare hereby cautioned a
oairift carrying her out of this
Julv 8 go
On Minday the lstb Aupufl next, WILL
FF SOLD, at PUBLIC AUC
TION. at the fibre of the Juhfiriitr, in
the Mat Lit fquart,til
SUNDRY article* Houfckald and
_ Kitchen Furniture
Some haiidibnc Print!
One old Su'key ; one Cart
TbreeHorfr*. four Cows
Three Caiver, three Yearling*
One pair fine large Ot n
Several volumes of Bonki
And fame ciea* Cotton, being part of
the perfoual estate of Thonu* Sumh,
By order of tie Admini/lrotort.
Levy Abrahams, Au:t’r
M 4 9*
AND on T'mfJay, the lllb September
text, (VI I.L BE SOLD, at the ’ eufr
of Mri. Sufat AI. Smith, Muriel-
Jqu ne , al! tte
Houtebold and Kitchen furniture
One old riding chair and fuikry, of the
late Mr. Wnt- Smith.
Levy Abrahams, AuctY
__J u| y 5 l - 98
WILL be fold :n Tuesday the fe
cund day of September next, at
the Ciurt bouse in the city of
Savannah, between (be hours oj
10 and 2 o'clock,
ALU that lot known by rh-
No. 8 Fourth Tything,
Reynolds Ward, Savannah, with
the buildings and improvements
thereon, being the real estate of
the late Lucia Murray dcc’d,
fold under and by virtue of a<
order of the Inferior Court of
Chatham County, for the b;ne
tic of the heirs and creditors of
John Winn, Adm’r.
Charles Winn, Adm'r.
June 30 x3
ON the fir ft, Tuesdey in September
next, If ILL BE SOLD, at the
Court house in the city cf Sa
A WHARF lot and (lores,
lately occupied by Messrs.
Williford and Cook'—Lotnum
iberrwo and Bores, half lot num
| her fix and one quarter of lot
1 number twenty eight. Sold
! under an execution in the fix
Circuit Court, Georgia Diftritt,
in favour ol George Leekie vs.
Hills, Williford,Cook and Par
BEN. WALL, m and o
July 30 97
WANIS A SITUATION,
As an Overseer,
A PERSON who it well acquain
ted wuh (he culture of Cotton
; am* Rice, and uuderfttnd* the manage,
raent of negroe*. He has good rccom
isendaciooa tor sobriety and honesty.
A Imc directed to T. M. and left at
thi* office will • 4a!y attended to.
July if #•- 1
WILL BE SOLD on the frfi\
<T tees day in September mxl, at
tbt Ciurt-louse tn this uly, be
(W4tn the hours of ten and thret
THREE negroes, to wit, Ce
lia and her two children San-h
and Tom, undivided property,
taken under sundry exe..utions
agaluft Thomas Muls and Ro
John and his wife Catherine,
togchcr with their children,
Charlotte, Juliet and Harry, ta
ken under execution, Edwin
Lewis vs Emanuel Rengiil,
pointed out by the defendant.
The house and Ima’.l building
adjoining on lot no. ons rm
street, nearly opposite W<n. H
Spencers, and occupied by Win-
Parker, taken under execution
at the suit of Ralph Jacobs vs.
Lot no. i (one) Tyrconel!
Tyihing Darby ward, with the
improvements thereon, or lo
much as will fatisfy trie taxes
cue lor the year IHO4 by Wil
liam Mills, pointed out by the
HENRY W. WILLIAMS, and. s.. e.
July 29 97
WILL Bft SOLD, at the Court
11 use, in th. town of Biunf
wick, Gy it n Count on the n-
C J u •Id iy in S'ept ember next, be
tu ecn the touts oj ten and three
ONE fixh cf Cjrrrights
p ;int, Itized and taken
under ex: cu ion as the property
of E B. Hopkins ro iaiisy a
judgement in favor of John Bol
con, the above proper, y pointed
ouc by the piancifi’s attorney.
Condi ims cf Sale Calk.
Wm, PAYNE, s.c.c.
ju’y is- 97
WILL BE SOLD, a the Court-
II ue, w the town of Brunt
wi k . Glynn County, on the
jtrjl ’Tuesday in Sep ember next ,
between tte hours of ttn and’
r |N hiE lo lowing property,
X TWO HUNDRED AND FiFTY
aaes of LAND, near th Buiie
io o'wamp, wrh the improve
ments then o ~ le zed and taken
under execution as the property
of Joseph Causer, to fatisfy
Conditions of sale, Ca(h.
Wm. PAYNE, s. o c,
J lj| y 2 5 97-
IL ILL BE SOLD, on the
Tue : d*y in OSlober next, at the
Ciurt b ust in ibis citv, be
tween tbs. hours cf ten and ibt <e
I TV- UR negroes, VIZ. Sylvia,
’ Jennev, Hedor and Sukey,
icized and to be iold under ar,d
by virrue o an ex cution groun
ded on a mor gage, J„hn Per
ooll vs. Ja i es Smith.
H. W. WILLIAMS, oscc
WILL BE SOLD , at the Cotct -
Hcufe,in the town of Brunf-\
w ik, Glynn County, on the
frU Tuesday in September next,
bet ween the hour sos ten and
ONE dark Bay Horse, eight
y; ars old, seized and ta
ken under execution as the pro
perty of James Mirs, to fatisfy a
judgment in favour of the ad
mimlbators of David Mancrs
Conditions cf sale, Cafto.
Wm. PAYINE, s. g. c.
July 25. 97-
ASSIZE for Auguft,\^,o(>.
THE price of FLOUR being Ten'dollars
per barrel. Bread must weigh, VIZ.
x* i t cent* Loaf | 6 1-4 cents Loaf
*ib. - oxj J iib. 1 oa.
Os which all Baker* and Seller* of Brea*
ar* to take due and particular notice.
J. MARSHAL, City Tteafarer
FOR carrying tee Mails of tl
\Jn‘t,d Stales on t> e foUowin
Foft Roads, will be received a.
t ! :r G’t.eral Pcfl-OJfce , unit
the firfl day of Auguit next, in
From Savannah, by Ebenezei
& Jacklonborough £ Augulta,
once a week,
Savannah, every Friday at'* fc
o’clock a. M. and arrive at Au
euftaon Sunday at 3 p.
Augusta every Tucfdry a: 5
A ’ M ’ AND ARRIVE,
At Savannah, on Thursday a’
3 o’clock, P. M. frori, Augusta
Dy Wavnefborough and Louis
ville to Savannah once a week,
Augusta every Thursday, at
2 p. M, and arrive at Louilville
on Friday by 10 a m.
Louilville on Friday at n a.m,
AND ARRIVE AT
Savannah on Sunday at 6 p.m
Savannah every Monday at 8
AND ARRIVE AT
Louisville on Wednesday by
9 A. M.
Louisville la ne day at 10 a m
AtigulL on Thursday by 10
Savannah by firyan Court
houle, Midway Church, Rice
borough, M’lntolh Court- hou e,
Darien, Frederica, jeckyl I Hand
and Dungeonifl to Saint Mary’s
once a week.
Savannah, every Monday a r
8 o’clock A. M.
At Saint Mary’s every Thurs
day at 10 o’clock a m.
Saint Mary’s every Thursday
ac 2 F. M.
Savannah, the next Sunday at
6 P. M.
Jeckyl Iftand to Brunfftick
once a week.
Jeckyl Iflandevery Thursday
at 5 a. m
AND ARRIVE AT
Brunswick fame day by ic
o’clock A. M
Brunswick fame da y at a.
AND ARRIVE AT
Seckyl fame day by 6 o’clock
I. The P-ift-malUr several may ex
pedite the ma'ls and alter the time* of
arrival and departure at any time during
the continuatiiw of the contracts, he
previously stipulating ?n adequate cam
penfation for any extra espetde that may
be occalioned thereby.
. Fifteen minutes (hall be allowed
for opening and closing the mails at all
1 ffi.;es where no particular time is Ipeci
3. For every thirty minutes delay
(unavoidable accidentstxe pled) in ar
livrng after the time prtfcribed in any
contraii, the contra&or lliall fen-feit one
dollar ; and if the delay continue until
the departure of any depending mail,
whereby the mails dcltined for such de
pending mail lose a trip, an additional
forfeiture of fire dollars lhall be incur
4. Newspapers as well as letters are
to be sent in the mail ; and if any per
son; making proposals, delires to carry
newspapers, other than those conveyed
in the mail, for his own emolument, he
mult (late in hi* proposals, for what lum
he will carry it with that emolument, and
for what sum without that emolument.
5. Should any petfon, making pro
polals, dclire an alteration of the times
of arrival and departure above fpecilied,
he mull (late in his propofsls, the alter
ation* desired, and the difference they
will make in the term* of hi* contract.
6. Perions making propcfals, are desi
red to If ate their prices by the year.—
Those who contract will receive their
pay quarterly, in the months of Februa
ry, May, Augud, and November, one
month after the expiration of each quar
7. No other than a free white person
it ad ke ca:ployed tu cunvey He inti.
r. “Where the 1 , f ,
ir.v-y the a: lin tV body of r. ft'4gx
piisgc, he is dcfiied to state it ,
9. The Post-master general r 1
j ir’infclf the of declaring S ny
antrad at an end whenever three fail. (
ires happen, which amount to a J o f,
and a trip each.
10 The contra&i for tliefe r„cti 3 are j
Ibe in operation cm the ill da is of
O&obcr neat, and to continue ia Iforse ‘
“or uvo years, freni that time. *
Gideon ’ *
General Foil-Office,. w ■
tVafhington• City, April 26.
GEORGIA. a 1
By his Excellency JOUPTyyu. 1
LEDGE, Governor ani CftM* ’
tnander in Chief of the
Navy of this Stats G? of 1
A PROCLAMATION.- 1
WHEREAS in and by an
aft oafied the Uth of
February, 1799, entitled “An
adt to regulie the General E
leftions in thH ltate, and ro ap-
point the nipeipf the meeting on j
he General Aflembly,” it h a
mong other dings declared—
“ T hat all writs of elefiiona to
fill vacancies that may happen
for members of the General Af
ferr.blv cf this state, or House
of R'prefentativcs of the United
States, fliall be di edled to the
juliices of the Inferior Courts of
.he relpedive counties, who arc
required to give public not ce
thereof, and cause the fame to
f>e held in manner and form as
it rein before pointed out, agree
ably tc such writ.”
And whereas, a vacancy hath
happened in the I-laufe of Re
prelenta ives of the U. States, by
reason of the resignation of the
honorable Joseph Bryan, who
was tletted and commiftiontd to
serve as a member therein, for
this fU;c, until the fourth day of
March next. I have therefore
thought proper to illue this m s
dire&hg and ordering the Jv.tli
ecsofthe Inferior Courts of ihd
rdpedtive counties in this Itaie,
to coniider the fame as a general
writ of election for filling the a
forefaid vacancy. And I do
hereby charge and require the
said Justices to give due notice,
that an election for the purp ofa
iforefaid, vvill be held in the :ref
pect vccoonties, on Monday the
tirli day of September next. And
I do hereby further’require fchat
such returns of said election, as
the aforefaid act points ouc, be
made to the Executive Depart
ment within the time prefers bed.
Given ttn ter my band and the fre at
seal of the state, at the sdale
house in Louisville, this twenty
eighth day cf June, in the year
of our Lord, one thousand .tight
hundred and six, aud of thv In’
dependence of the United Shales
cf America, the thirtieth.
Ey the Governor*
Hor : Marbur* ,
(92.1W4.) Secretary cf tit iUitei
Chambers, 18th July, 1806.
PRESENT THEIR HONORS*.
JNO. H. MOREL,
; JAMES ALGER.
BY the ju'tices the of rt f’- 1
rior Court of the county of Cuat
nam, and in virtue of a Prtcla
mauon of his excellency the Go
vernor so direded. v
The elcdors of the count? of
Chatham, are hereby not^ied v ,
that a poll will he opened at the
Court house, in the city of Sa
vannah, at 100 clock, on Mil ’in
day the full day of Scpternl trer
next, to give their votes to ft p
p!y the vacancy of a member in
the House of Representatives of
the United States in the room
of the Hon. Joseph Bryan reßj fl
ed, to take effect until the .4th
day Os March next, of which all
officers concerned will take < lu*
from the Mixntti .
J. B JLLOCH, Cl,; .
July 22 94%
A Girl ♦* attw.4 s fmal’j cXifJ
at rttrs fc<- , a