Vol. IV. No. IC9 J
The H EPi'BLic.\rc is published even
■■Tuel'day and Fria&y, on a royal flieet of a
The terms ofiubfcrtption are six bol
l ahi per annum... one half to be paid at the
time of fubfcrtbing, atld the balance at the
expiration of fix months...and all papers will
be continued until ordered to the reverie.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
Aiivarrifumnits inferred at 50 cents per
square the firit mfertion, and 25 for each
-outinuation—liberal allowance mule to
thole w lio wish to advertise by the year.
For sale ac tkis OiTice.
A variety of BLANKS among which art,
Foreign andC’iafiing Manitella
Bills of Exchange
hn, f Sale ; Powers of Attorney
21 reds ol C.isvt .ance
Bonds; Notes of Hands
Whits for the Superior, Inferior Sc Mayor’s
Mayor’s Court Executions Sc Subpoenas
Notices to credit vs of Infolve.it debtors
Millitary Suintnonfes and Executions, See.
C3* Cards, Handbills, lSc Ac.
Printed at a fieri notice oa teafinal It
tonaieirwßs-.TStJS.iiag. ~~ ~ ■ .-c.
7, M. I'V oodbndjz,
Respectfully informs hi
friends, end the public, that hr
ill 11 continues li e
radio? ‘acre :W Commission
at No. 4, in the Exchange, where be
Las la ft’ aad convenient (lores for the re
cepnoii of any kind of Goods or Pro
ducc, that may be intruded to his charge
Liberal advances in Calli, will be made
on goods being deposited for public or
HP. HAS ON HAND.
20 Puischcor.s old Jamaica RUM
io ditto ditto St. Croix ditto
30 Bags and 10 tierces Green Coffee
Pipes and qr. calks old French Brandy
Sutrar in hog (heads and bairels
Window Glass, and Soap in boxes
Cotton Flagging, lrifh Linens
Nankeens, Plumbums, &c. &c.
All which articles will be fold low.
CjT Two convenient HOUSES to
Let. Sept 2 taw ts 407
R/iCI GRS and C O VtMISS ION
rp HLfubfcribers offer their services as
x F .CTOIIS & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS. They have good,
fafe and commodious Stokes for the
reception of produce, and will pay every
pi llule attention to the management of
any bufine.fs placed in their hands. They
always keep on hand a general assort
ment of GROCERIES, warranted of
the tuft quality, to iuppiy their cuitom
em, at the lowed Cash prices.
JOHN T. IVHITE U Cos.
AUguft 16. lij 4 52
The Partner ship between
Bay ley and Harman,
WILL, by- limitation, expire on
the fir if day ot September next;
a d ciaims against the concern, will be
adjuded by Jacob Harman, at Mr,
Mbr. mollin’s house, Gibbon’s building,
who is I?gai!y authcrifed. Those in
dehted, are required to fettle their ac
counts immediately, othtwvife suits will
Thomas Bayley, jen’r.
Thomas Bayley, jun’r.
exchange, No. 0,
WILI. CONTINUE THE
Grocery, Wine and Li
Families, Planters and Ship Stores
put up of the choicelt articles, and at
low prices AUgult 26
300 Barrels firft quality Richmond
Flour, just received per fchoouer John,
and for sale, apply to
MILLER & MOORHEAD, or
Sept. 26 4 1 4‘
A. HE SUBSCRIBER,
INTENDING’ to leave the Hate a few
weeks, his Business, will be condu<f;ed.l);
John Lawson, Wm. Davils cr R. M.
Augnft V) ts *a2
Tax Colledlor’s Sales.
ON the firß Tuesday in Novr.
next , WILL BE SOLD, at
the Court-Ilou/e in this City
between the hours of ten and
JbHE lot and improvements
t hereon in Broughton
dicer, at present occupi <j bv
kapt. Abraham Abrahams 3no
iitcly known as the property of
John J\ Bntton, luppolcd to b
ho itec b> 90, cr 1c niu.h there
of as wdl latisfy an execution
•'or thelom of dolls. 9, qjets 3
mills being the amount of tax
dut bv John F. Britton for trie
A trad of PINE LAND in
s he county of Bulloch, adjoining
rhomas Dowell, and vacant at
he time of survey, containing
one hundred acres more or less,
or lo much thereof as will fatisfv
in execution for the Turn of eigli
een and three quarters cents,
.ax due thrieon by the eftare ot
Peter Dowell, for the year 1805,
pointed uuc by Thomas Dowell.
Trull lot No. one in F.vvins
inirgh on the weft fide of well
iroud Urect, and la'dy known
is the property of Win. Beil
led. or lo much thereof as will
hitisiy an execution for the sum
>f eight dollars 59 cents 3 1-2
nil is, being the amount of the
ax due by the eftite of William
El! for the year ISOS, pointed
out by John Hlarrilon AdmT.
Sept. 2 40U
biierili ’s Sales;
On the Ift Tuesday in Nov. next,
will be Old at the court bottle,
in this city, between the hours
of ten and three o’clock ,
\ NEGRO MAN, named
rkj.™, alio Bob, seized under
ana oy vir;ue of an execution on
1 mortgage, Atkins and Wes
-011, vs. William jo; dan.
A traA of Oak, Hickory
and Pine LAND, lying in El
>ert county, or. the north fide
O’ the middle fork of Bread Ri
ver, adjoining land of Mr. Lee
oer and Mr. Thompton, con
raining 257 acres, more oriels,
at prd'cnc tented to a Mr.
One other trsft of Oak &
Hickory Land, containing 200
acres, more or less, within five
mtles of Louisville, on Lam
bert’s Big Cretk, adjoining
lands of John Rogers & others,
levied on and to be fold under
md by virtue of an execution
;n favor of Timothy Freeman,
vs, James MTntofb,
H. W. WILLIAMS, d.s.c.c
Sav. Odtfiber % 419
30 Dollars Reward.
KAN A WAY from the Sub
scriber, tpjc following negroes.
SAM, a tall black fellow about
fix tece 2 or 3 inches high, very
talkative, had on when he went
away, a long brown furrout coat,
and osnabulgs undercloths.
PETER, a likely, though
black fellow, has a small fear on
his forehead, 5 feet 9 or 10 in
SIMON, a likely yellow fel
low, about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches
high, appears to squint when
looking at you.
The above negroes are about
26 or 27 year? of age. Five dol
lars each will be paid by Joleph
Haberfham, on their commit
ment to Savannah goal, or ten
dollars each by the fubferiber,
if delivered to him on his plan
ati in near Beaufort.
i Octotier j. 416
SAVANNAH : PRINTED BY EVERITT &r M‘LEAN, ON THE BAY.
FRIDAY, October 17, 1806.
THE fubferiber takes the liberty
refpttlfully, to inform the pubii
ami his friends, that from the cncoura’ e
ment and favorable opinion manifefted to
him, by a chief part of the citizens of
Savannah, since his eftabliihment in this
place, the Trultces of the Exchange
were induced to dispose, in his favor, 01
the upper part of this building, where he
intends to open on the 25til day of Oc
AN EXCHANGE ,
Being an imitation of London and of the
Urge cities of tile Untied States. There
the Merchants, Planters and Travellers,
may daily meet in a fnniler manner, it.
•rder to trauladf Commercial Buliaefs,
News papers of the mall filtered
ing kind, (hall be kept, with a ma
rine register, informing of the ar- j
rival and clearances of ydfeis ; and ne\vs j
may often be communicated quicker than
through the channel of tin- papers.
Hand hills (hall be poailed in a
convenient place, containing the articles
offered for faie at the auiiions in thecity,
the names of fucli ved'els as are offered
tor sale or charter, and of the proprie
tors, and generally whatever is relating
to falca of all deferiptions, either liouEs,
negroes or plantations.
One will find every day at eight
and at two o’clock, a.Table neatly dress
ed,and on moderate terms,*to aecommo
date all persons, cither by the meal or
by the day, and weekly or qnattciy.
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, private
Brcdkfafts, and Dinners or Re-lubes and
Oysters, prepared for the tallc pf the
dillerent visitors, fiiall be got every day
on very reafcnable terms. The Bar-
Room lit all be supplied with Spirits and
foreign Wines, and any well chosen Li
The different Societits or Clubs
that may desire to form Afietnblics, Balls
or Concerts, will find rooms lor itnir
accommodation, furnifked in n manner
that he flatters himfelf will nuct their i
The fubferiber, from his endeavors !
to form in a commodious place, an ts. j
tablifliment, that null in ccurl'e aflord !
to the citizens, (if Savannah t!ie lame
great advantages enjoyed in all the towns
of this continent, tropes to receive the
encouragement his laborious exertions
will require, to defi rve the confidence
and gratitude of the public in general.
ifijp A BAR KEEFER i’
wa;ited, with uood rccommen
AUguft 29 406
FOR PRIVATE SALE,
A TRACT of very valuable Cotton
and • rovifion LAND, contain
lug nearly three thoufaud acres, belong
ing to the cifate of Richard R. Ash,
lituated on the Island ol Dawfuikie, di
rcdfly opposite Bavannah bar, and dio
t3nt only 5 or ‘> miles from Tybce Light
Houfe,— i’hcfe lands are interior ter
none in the state—the prelect crop of a
bout 4joacreßot Cotton, and 2Go c. rt:;
of Provifiori will fully prove this.
The Tradt is divided into four Rian,
tations, and will he (old together or se
parately, al! of which art well fettled,
having every ncceffary building for a
Cotton Plantation, molt of them have
been created fmee the hurricane, end ot
the befl materials. On Newbury ain
convenient and comfortable Iv.o !\ on
dwelling house, kitchen and wcfli hr !•■,
entirely new. The buildings on halt
Pond arc a little inferior, ami in excel
lent repair. Mary-Field arid thv ridne,
have been lately fettled and have 0.-1-
feer’e houfts, See:
Terms, one third cash, the other two
thirds iri one and two years, the purcha.
fer giving bond and mortgage of tj. p;, .
perty, with personal security, if required.
The overfecr at Newbury, will fin w the
Lands and divifiou lines. l or farther
particular, apply to
Cj* Provifion*. Plantation Tool , &c.
may be hail with the plantations, at a
BeaJfort, S. C - July 15 92
TAKE NOTICE ,
’ I^IIAT in ninemonth3 from the date
**■ hereof, application will be made
to the bon. tliejuftices of the Inferior
Court, for the county of Bulloch, for
leave to fell all that tract of land, con
taining 475 acres more or ! fs, lying in
the counties of Bryan and lielluch, the
fame being part of the cllatc of Wm.
Wm. Slater, adm’r
1 May 6* 9m* 72
cO* COLEGE LANDS,
r 100 acres ot’ Valuable
LAND, in Glynn County, is offered
LOR SALE, composed ol valuable
Rice, Cotton and Provision Land, in
one body, and in which is included, a
rich parcel of Meadow Laud, capable of
the bighell cultivation.
The titles to th.fe lands arc rlcar,
and the lauds have Lei n lately relurvcy. and
hy Mr. M’K'imon, tvilh accurate re
marks, flic wing its boundaries, lunation
on a navigable creek, oltd other advan
i'liele lands are direfted, by law, to!
be fold tor tne benelit ot the Bethclda
C< *• ge, or Orphan House Ellate.
For a great part oh the purchufc mon
ey an exter.iive credit will he given ; aud
the other payment made cafy. ripply
to Juuge 13 1 LI’HI.NS, the Pnlident
o( the Board of Trultces, Dr. Paß
lv hit, Mr. Ji.\ 11 ACH G IBBONti,
or the fubferiber, or Committee ol l’ruf
tecs, from either of whom, particulars
will be made known.
W. B BULI..OCH.
Cj* If not Lid before the lirll Tucf
day in November, the above will he of
seres for Lie at Au&ioa.
i u| y 2 9 96
The residence of tb- lute Go vernor
FOR 8 ‘.EE,
j / j < 2*
AILUA9 /, h. pi., IN TA TIG A’,
2(>2/ acre;; <.ll Bav iiinali
l'-'vii, in Luike l.ounty ; and, 7Gy on
the Gppofite lide, in Boutli-C.irolma.—
1 i'.e \4lneot the Pine i-uirda, ell tills
il l", and tile licit low grounds on lit;
o.hir fide oi the liv.r, ic..ders the
The advantages of an . levau-.l fituaiion,
the tflahnfl'.mtiit ol a lerry conffantly
ulrd, and with tiie comm;lid of lauds
of evuy quality, upon a naiigalde liver,
are so vv. 11 known ns to ravel no
oilier dtf wptien Tcrma of payment, and
the price, will he easy.
For particulna, apply in Aitgufla
to Thomas Flournoy, Elq. ol iScuhom
Junes ltfq. at h;s feat in bcriven Conn.
ty, to Major Buiii, near the premiffes,
andiu Savannah, to
July 29 if I/,
rHOSK two very pkafantly fuuat
ed LOT 3, in the e;ty ot fiavan
nah, in l’rougliton l.re.t, No. 2 and 3,
Anion Ward, nearly oppoliie to ti;e
rcfiiiencc oi Mr. S. li. Stack!.ou!e.
A L S 0,
Two Lots containing y Acres each,
in Anion Ward, No. l and 3, lituatc in
the neighborhood of the Plantation of
George Milieu, Esq. and bring v ry val
liable on account of their being near to
the city ol .Savannah.
The mod char and indisputable titles
for laid Lots, deduced lrom the original
“grsntee, will be executed to the pur
chaser, and a very rxtenfive and liberal
Credit will he granted for the payment
of the conbderation money. For the
part.: .dim terms and c'mdKiom , I de, !
apply in Savannah, to cii’n 1 of tiie luh“ |
September (>. 3m. 109,
Bt >AR D op CO.VIM J SSI ON
ICRS (, F FilaO I AGP .
Sava until), Ji.nc 4, Ido I.
) Conte u'-in -ol icvcr:.l per lons a. r t
Ing ihejg.ily :• Idiots,
O/derrti, Tnv the FficrMary do j.nMi'h
j month ;,e Tianu vol inch jn j..>f c;I
J Brail -I. or Cert! il.r •; fto-rllii,
Extra./ Item lit ~?ir.a.r\,
TH'JMAS H IT, Stcnttry
/. <” j. r.r Ar.l.v to the order of the linen'.
lin i ‘ give ! oticc. that the following
[l'ninn , only, an: duly iithorizcd iu ait av
‘F/.or’a- Hottage, 1
Ifu -n day, (’
J Scnufon, )
■ (it . , -u ! -
Id 1t j all Lrocghttitt, t
Th-i. y. Alv.oriiiy, y
Kichat I Wall, Frtni.li J'llrn.
William Wall, ai o.g undci him.
John Major, .
Peter Cxlar, f
lt( u’jen Aiul^ilo:., f
John brand./, J e Pilots
Joiin Dentil., )
John II Ixoll, C
’i homas O . umio )
THOM Ah PITT, tory.
NOT ICE .
j A LI. perior.v are 1 -raid to give credit to
1 V an) one on 11./ account vithaut iny
\ October 7 ,
[Whole Mum bur 420.
| JOHN I*. WILLIAMSON,
I, _ ‘
,1 ESPt CTFU LL Y lolonilS 1)1$
laL. fnends and the public,
Liu he llill continues the FAC
TORAGE U‘ COMMISSION
jTUGINESSj c* Morel’s Wharf,
j Lru) r|y occupied by Will’d n
:1 in dud Morel, and nopes fiom
I his exj)cr;ence in that line of
|btiii:;els an 1 his attention thre
! r,> to it.cct \v;:h a liberal p.t
i iio'c who i.iay favor hint
w ith their custom, may rely up
on Ins u!i..ir every exertion m
his ji twer to'ender them ample
Gti’ladion. /aihcr.il advances
will be made, if required, on
Sav. At’O’ift 22. 404a ■.
NO ! ICE
A LI, Persons tndih-cd to the- b.tc firm of
r V. B VL’.V !<. If A A l AX, .ire in fanned,
,nr - I ’ l n. Lewes, eiq. attorney at law,
rmjjov.crcd to collect the ilrlos ; tliofe
who are riefirous or preventing (tuts, will
..ll on Mr. Lewes, win-, o. Helay.
Sept. 26 ro 4,4
Marffial s Saltjs #
On lie f . Tuesday in November
WILL BE .sOLI>,
U the Court-haute in Savannah,
ALT. the nghr, title, cl in
u intcreit of |a lies Oli
ver, Eltj. r > tliofe two Settle
-111 iifs or I Lntations on i luich
inlnu a lli.tu l, uppoli e to tVa
vatii ,h, cunt aim
crcs; t he* whole under uoutl
dams, and is of die fi.ft quality
23 N ’ GROKS— levied on
as Tie property ol Jm u s Oliver,
T-h.j. to J :i: ’ v a judgment ob
ta ned l>y William Boyd.
/\ unexpired lease of lot
No., to, Wilmington Iy.
thing, Darby Ward, with the
building thereon, adjoining Mr.
John Gardiner ; an 1 iitxpireti
lease of Lot No. 3, Hcatlvoate
1 ything, Dei ker Ward, where
Mrs. Amithrefidcs j alio two Ni
groes. Levied on as the pro
peri y of Smith, Sons and Andcrfcn,
at the suit of Thomas and jun.es
BEN. WALL, m. and. c.
Oflober 14. 419
IHE fubferiber, fume lime since
being,on his return from the Indian
/'ai urn tame up w ; ih a JOHN IR
VINE (as he called hitnieU) who
had in his poffeflion anew ncgio Ici
low ; from the countenance and coiu
verfation oflivinn, when imeirt.gaied
from whence he had come, ihe man
uei in which ne made reply, together
1 with other circumfiences of con
jduil confirmed/he fulncriber in the be-
J * i'T riiat /he negro had been (tolcn.
! U : I’r refore demanded ot i 1 vine in
jv.bD svay he had come to the poflel
; lien of the negre \ to which he re
lumed an evasive anfwcr. Thefuh
rriber told him he had good iealo;i
ro believ: the negro had been flolcu
and was determided to /:;ke /he ne
gro from him and Lava him advertilt.f
and in u!e no person Lira
within eighteen month* would cither
ic'turn or (c l him.
This is theieforc to notify s’l per
sons whom it doT or may concern.
That /be tubferiber has hi his ptdles.
Jlion /belaid new negro; lie is about
live feet eight inches high, aped be
tween twenty five and thitty )cn—
no marks oilier than or. his hack,
which appear to have fuff red under the
Cow (km ; (peaks little or 1.0 Englifli
lays he came from Carolina, hut doc.s
not kiiivv whether from Ncr/h or
iS'vuth,|ic‘ indiltmtCy conununicatek
when alkcd in wlia/ way die man
came by him) that he took him up in
/lie road, when on his svay to iilii on
iirnr livci >r creek netrby. Uisown
•er or owners are therefore rtqucfled
ii prove the property of the negio
pay charges and /At: b;:r. a .vay.
Cv.rr.den County on
Si. Ma'j't River.
* dept, 20. ianiliSm 7.