t; * T
l xJ .i • i ‘ . . .
t ‘ . 7 > f'.r.njty r.r .7
•c; I<V ‘tf-.rrt at .'•li.nc IE.’ le/orc iL j
C u, l 11 on ft Vt the (A J o> itanwn nh )
tu: I'jio’X t.g MJ utib/e It jilt cj i
ihc Tor;'.. brun..!i of I.utk
H / clue- well linc.vr by the name of
7 / I. x jo p a.
T -’y , r isml cf‘"trir rGont 4000
rn y loooof which arecxctlien: !
w Itn I, n I t.. n4i> yo 01 i>>H cot <
ton I” •) ; ct the Ku.r land, upward# of
202. •* J ri> arc at p;clcr.l tu 1 uiuvaium, arid
the mmi'idtr ll.i# bren uiid'r water so;
c, li.E.f a ccn.u v, tunning per ha pi
the belt reserve in the iu-sr country ofrh.
1 vv l l Swbthcr.r States. On the plantation
.it a good dwelling 1 inure, a bam ai. 1
r. . a nr* S tv Mill, Ovetker'r
hoo'e, N’-.gro t.cuffs, Stc.
.!,./.e of li:is o:: Jli t within from
7 . 7 •') 1 r. ills of Savannah ;as a fin’ I
n!.- its advantage# ire rarely equal- j
Ilr It w!! b'.” d.fp. f. ff nf at privat.- 1 lie,
cither en'irc or iu ii vision, at atiy tin e [
h. .."in th'i and January. Pcrffim-!
v l!i 1,/ to piirchaf ■ pnrtio 1 < f :t, may 1
i’ ■ it la ii Uii'liat at pr.vati (ale, ai the
and. It .■ t will be in.) !< lift p'm'hafrrv
h rap'll!■•'! to i.nbl'c life, It will he di-j
vidr lin’ 05. r 0 * ••< <-• An aserrate
II 11 vcy wi l ! Lie u.-ijc pt nous to ilie
T!lO !(”n a•; I • r r >rf•’ of r .flPli i
On Ih - ’•'/u’lt lit inch of / ‘t (techie, !y
win ;r 11 a hs t.f SjVir.n th,
8:0 ACri.rt i) ar the • mltl ol the
fivnr--, emit 4 •■.) t;t Land, formerly In
i') i.-i'.r tu F'.x. I'irf - rnd W.’li imr, ;
tni acres f tiiis fact arc good Ric.t
Laid, audncsily tlit- whole ol the te
run, if r “ii"J Colton Land. Flits trait
in c-'p’blc f Ion: 11. g a very valuable
pm ii 1 *il ion*
Aires adjoinin’ the above, for
n rly iii'fhinc’s; about zoo acres of
i. tr. ; .tctypiti f>v,iinp. U nu ionic of
tile h');h lap ffii'able for cotton.
872 A . .t> adjoining the abovi, for.
nu;.\ Ml L.i iii’i, ; 237 acres of thii
tiaet are fwr.uip, 121 ot wliieli a.c on
t ..l lr an li caili and Li t’ - fw amp.
eoc ac h, fomiiciU Pa Hun’s 150 of
5 0 Act.#, form* ly !!u,h. 150 of
wliu ft arc lnpoohd to b’ fw trp.
Tlirle land, will h. fold on a cieJit of
one two avid t ccira s! warranted ti
tles will be given. FOl fimh.r particu
lars, enquire of C l. llabkr.ham, in
SivantiLh, or of the lubiciiber.
Oi+obcr 3. 416
r joo acre.- of V.rudblt ;
L \ND, in Glynn County, is offered J
tOli S.JLF, eompofed of valuable!
Lice, Cotton an.l l’rovili ‘H Land, iit ‘
one body, and in v .! li is incluJet'. a!
r.'eii p'tu’el <>f Meadow i and, capable ul !
the hielie-ff c i!rna.ion.
l rte title.! I.> \bif land? are cle'r,
•ti lth lan, 1 ! h ive he 1 lately relurveyvd
by Mr. M kintuv>, with accuiatete
m.itks, Ih wing its h tnidsries, lituatioi,
on a navigaulc cic-11, sud other advan
Tlule lands are direfted, hy law. to
be fold tor t ie bem tit of tltc licttielJn
College, Or Orphan lionfe luLte.
1 - lii a grest part of th. piirclufe mon
cy an exteoiivc ci cvht will be jiivtii ; a:u’
tlie other payment made cufy. /Npu.x
to Judge SIEPiIEMS, the Pi.li.cn !
of the Board of Trudecs, Dr P vis !
KLK, Mr Z K tCil GIBBONS, ]
or tile funfenher, or Commit tee of I’mi !
tee's, fiotn e titer of whom, particulars
will be made known.
W. H BULLOCH.
Q'T It not fold before the full I’u f.
da\ 01 November, the above will be o:
tore.l fur file at Auction.
July 19 96
IMO N l - V l Lla L,
Th r:sid; u: cf tb. Lite Governor
CJ’ JJ JJ+
l ALU A? L K PLANTATION,
2027 acres on Savannah
River, tu Burke County ; and, 767 on
the opooftte fide, in S.uuh-Carulma.—
The vaiuc of the Pine Lauda, en this
fide, 3tie! the rich low grounds on the
o.her file of the river, teedeis the
The advann ;c of an elevated liiuaiion,
the ellablllhineut ol a terry coidtantly
uled, aud with the command ot lands
ol evuy qu-ility. upon a navigable aver,
arc so well known as to need no
othe - rdef rption. Terms of payment ami
the ])rice, will be rafy.
l'or partteulrrs, apply in Augusta
to Thomas Flournoy, li.j of Sea bo; t
Jones ILlq. at his leal in Scrtveu Couti
ty, to Major Bulh, near the prttmU.es,
and in Savannah, to
\S lL 1.1 AM STEPHENS.
July 29 if 96
IN IT N Ul NG ev l.f aliff-t f>r 1 f.-vv ever
has appointed F-dwaiidL- Davis, am
kicutu I tV 1 uli ams lus At tor nits, ilur
iiig his alilewt
sAMULL U. STACKHOUSE.
• -ft -o (
C> ..liiwdltOlidt y GtO. C.
C. H. FISIIER,
j.A.V i.ANk, NhAR. THE EXCHANGE,
Has ttceivc! per the brig Sal.y, ar.
COM!'t cno nary,
Which makes his assortment complete,
among which, sre
“|3 RESERVED GINGER ia jars
V ’•io 1 ;:. k tid# of French prrferved Fruits
Pu ke s ; I)ryed Cherries and Prunes,
German B rd v
SofffiGl Almonds j Jellies.
N'-yau, tiirifecrl, Cloves
( iii'irtHion, Rnfjrberiy, “va'.i la
Cttioti, Mint, tic.
Lemon, Rafpberty, \'int;jar, Orgeat,
C.pil..ir, Gimova, Milk, dec.
VV t N r.S.
Mad'-’tra, Muscat, Claret, all of the full
q -I* l y
Confect it tury of Sugar of every deferip
tion, all of w'lncii wiii be foltl tow
SLA STO f; F. q ,
Put up at the fliottr-tl Notice, and on
O2tl.hr 14 419
AiiniinilV aror Sal. i
Wi: I. UK SOLD AT JTJIT IC AUC
|l’ .'N 1 ,i,. lUK DAY 1-Uitij oj Xjirmbcr
mxl 0:. lU fi.mjct,
j A inicx|iirtd itule of ‘6;i'"i t i,nt fin
4.- ; ’ eh/, ami the mip'wVe:'.- ii'.. fir ■ ;
(one •',,r - ....1.1 o. ruitt, >ti i‘:
. 4,rtie'.it of 11 o fcar.i Ktiobn tu
ih” , il” tit uc cl •it 1 .'..it - X ■( J
.M Atj Iv, li’ cel'. eil. tl.c.ci.. r. It. .4-
1 Iliu>v/.i mi the iiu, cl Lie
! An cm .1 (Is ,„.i in. ri e H'd td'.n'’ Jls
i[iielie.i to be rein, ns x c ..u , tv.
j-j. n ti ■ mu~K,
Octnb"r 10. /| ■ /to n .'itraror.
D f k i) D iv
] OF T ill. l U'ITED SF . TES.
G a lit a I I'lllf-Oifi “, I
Augc.i, ij’h 1 hofi i
jj[_ cti at 1..1- Oi'fi’ c iiivil i|>
I, b day cf Dortf > b r riex , n-
L.ui'vr, f r ina.L n > a <Lt*;>ai iuy
lac-cv c 1 al pai - s .) lliaE oit if up
bom Naiiiviiieto Natciie;;, h re
inafirr a enMonpH—that is, ‘o *av :
No 1 FlOlll Nalli/ille to Bcf
o'Mjr Crt xt. I lie dillancc, s
ilimartci ai *4.3 uiilei—All ti.i,N
m:.tr.ee or tiif part of
and, die rojtl has cut cut Ly
<be urinary aid prepared c>n
veuie.nly (ci uu lo ric icvv y tats
N t. 2. From f'n ik- Creek tr-
GiuidftoiDfo.d 1) if., k.c til,-
ua ltd at 40 mdes. , -is p-;
of the rou'f, vv .s likrw fc Lir:
i ears liuce, cue <ut by mr nid
tarv an ! die icad prr ared ,'u
i'J.l’ C cf-.
i'uc r. ur marked cut f.y-t
yarslin ebyK.dm:?r ’ P G.iir.
eiq. v\il| Be <ll qj-tj rhe wiio ;
ultance < xc''. 14 the fa , 1:,-
> v.t en int C.hickaf.tv an-,
the lii it f. r iicor r .i a .he
witersofthe iff r Bl •, k vv •ch
will l>e it lurvfv- wth a vie v
of mateua! y It i.:r..na tte tip”
1 he toad is co be made a,ic
co pierce hv die firlt and. y n
(Jilt)her in and ? year i H 07, .uvd
she work is, in „ll re.peels, tu
or done to the approbation of
remm Jon (than IVJcijs, elq. cr
1 1 hoirt sWi i-ht ef.j ap nt so
j'Bc United States, rckiEn r 1.
I die Indian counfiits. in ma
kino the lame rite following
rules aie IlniHiy to b- of terve ..
ill. The road mud be made
at lead t-vcotv iect wide, and all
the cimnrr and under brclli ta
ken oil'for that cliNance.
and. Ail n arihy places art
to be caulewaved, ‘nd ad cause
ways are -to be at icclt ten icci
3!. Aii dreams under forty
‘eet in width, riot forcible a:
heir common winter tide, are
to h<- britF id, by pood iecurt
I bridges, wed. bud’ and made Lie
j and feture for p.iffag.-, t’.e bri. j
es to bra; !ca*ttwelve feet wid .
i 4th. A trte il.ali he laid a
-1 ro!s ail larger rtrca.us wlicrc th.
fcicdth of u.e Area ri dot's nci
txeted thr !erp,th of any tree, 0
be foucJ v.ithm hr.lf a mile o’
ihr p! ce.
Sept. 19 iaw6iv 41a
FoR the republican.
TO THE PEOTLE.
TWO li.it .nets ot Biutflt injustice
nave been alreany fpeefied T ue one
Jrow.rds'ur own country in the year
j 1775, an , tiie other towar. s tbs un
j happy irih in the year 1782. Soma
ny other it.it •• nets have occurred, evin
cing toe hai oarous difpofitioti of that go
veinment, tiir ,11 h successive adminiltra
tiniis, that 1 cotlftls my fell at a loss
wnicti to riiumcrate, and w.-ich to omit.
[t i, W'U known, that Great B iiain vi
olated in tic molt n j Alt, and arbitrary
man er, t<it 1.1 qu. Itionable, and .lkb
I rifled rights ot 1 cutialsin the year 17 rj 2,
wticn for a tranfcirnt tim , piace had
waved er o ive, even over the bolotn
of the lea. In tne year 1793, before
the commencement of her war with
F hr.ee, (hr, tailing herftlf a neutral
power, was the firlt to infringe upon
the ticuiral rights of other nations. For
fcveirty years back fha lias uniformly
pr.fentcd the tnoff pcinicious example
!to rtiiff.i.l and Prulfia, to Hufiii and
I Swedtti ; the pernicious example of tn
tcnupting commerce, lawfuhy profecu
’ ted, uudtr the lights ot neutrality
[The Unhappy tntichant has often be-
J waned the toss cf his property, which
| ! r,ii been riked with confidence in the
Ha th and” pa lie difpi-lition of other
Jpow. iS, and of which he found himfelf
! piuu>..cci by the rapacious acts of G>cat
; I’ tain, tnd her followers. It was
j (Li at B-itam, alio, that in the aforefaid
)yi: 1793. artfully cajoled RufSa at
jtnal ] • ..d entirely ncu.ral, to enter in
; to s t. nuaCt with her nriitnAry, for tbe
...:ai dcu.olation ci all neutral commerce
wii.;'; v-;;-, v.tth the French nation. The
in Hide h. who w- ulcl propose, as well as
tn- 1-tnpe or, who would accede to luch
jan uuw.miiy measure, are entitled to
r n.it contempt, and appointed txjcn-
I G.rat Br'ltd 1 has urjuftly, and with
out ilur eonlcnt, nay, in despite of
1. ;r 1 itilamc, imprefled into her service
11> h iiu .-b jit; g fcamcn ; and die hab
| .ml y dtfregarded the nature ot our
j conti atts wuh foreign manners and paf
i iengers, winch were wan anted by every
I pii.i.ipfe of light, and tqu y Thus
lour v.ffob have been often ic t espoftd
tto tbe d-nigers ot elemental warfare.—
! bl> r tTtiuilfcri.il jiroccedin ( s are generai
jlyc'ouk. and up in myitery ; and we there
! tore li ed not b atlon.fh. , that in
/the moirh ol Noveinbtr 1793, f.cret
j 1 xci U'>ve mandates were iffocu t.>r the
inter up ’on of all neutral commerce with
| Guauali npe, the Isle of Franceand eve-
J ry Colonial territory of the French pro
1 p'e. Tli. fc executive orders went to
| wards flu and; ltruition eve., of hit fpc
lc.es of commerce, which had been ac
knowlcdgtd awful before, and which
was condudied by viff Is failing under
n-utral flags. I’hey thought by ooing
wrong to other parts of tht worlJ, they !
would ftirve the inhahi a is of the i
F'ench ifluids; but ttuy f(;u.id them !
fe vts m.ltuken.
It is coiiftff.dly imprafficabie to dis.
charj-e the i.aiioual Ucbt ; and the ult
in tli ipur.ge ii) order to efface i- has ’
been feri ufly urgej by a political wnr r
un. e. tni ulierial patronage* Gri at Bit I
Jain was foie m.ft in vima i ; the It r >ula
sons ot tlie trea y wiuen flic !uu vo.ua- 1
tardy tffnted tost . md'.s ; a tuaty ]
the raiilie-atiou of which iad r.it red ‘
the b eit-Tig ot peace to blood tlaii.ed j
I Eu-ope. But E..gland was determined j
I mat peace should not long prevail in
hat unhappy Lctiou ct ‘he id be.—
j u l.y v\ ..s it aflerted in the commutii a
lion of Don I’.'.io Cevall s, llatc tccrc*
t"v ae the C"tut 0! Madrid, tn ttic year [•
1804, mat “ the r jjtcings, with which
. the clAr.iiih.iunt of peace was Celebra
ted, were lcarce’y concluded ; when
th. putiiic lati.faction beg in to be trou
Oitd, and the auvantages of that peace 1
to ciDppcar. ” And woy did thole ad- !
; vantages, which were expected,, from
j the appearance of a pacific dilpofition
! ttirou flout Lurope io fu.idenly diiap
1 pear ? Becaufc “ perpetual warfare ”
is tile onTy pi maple in the Britilh go
vernment, ittamly adheared to ; and be
caulr m dilgraectul violation of the re- j
Cent tieity which £he had ratified, in- !
Itructions were tffued to feiz: the pa |
per.-, and to deitroy the flags of Spanilh .
vellels. Acting m coniorniity to the I
.oltitidions ot lus court, a Br.tt'h cap- j
j tain alter having plundered a veifel, be- j
, longing to Valeutia, with a refinement |
[ofeiuelty, ;t which the iafUiiated refi !
i ( tills ol lam ce nomum mult be ti.art led, ‘
lank the unarmed baik, with the dire |
J m.cut ot dtliioying tfiofe, who fiad, un* ’
1 lufpeCtingly entered into her I'ervict
Alter Gicat Britain had illucd orders
to this effect “ that every Spanilh veff 1
tl under too tons Ihoulu be lu k , that ;
ilo'fe, which were found n fhnrc should j
be burnt ; and that those which exceed- ;
!ed iro tons 111 .uld be fetzed as prizes ‘
j and earned to Malta,” alter I fay, such i
orders had been iffatd, ( no what ordeis
could have l>een given, more evincive of
ui-ftiliiy >) we hear the Lngl.lh muiilters
preitnuing attonifhment at Spam’s pub
lic dctlaraiion ot war, aga nlt iheir fu
pr-me mailer, George ib.* Third.—
Great Britain is not fond of a formal
jcclaration of holfiiitus > Ihe difftnib.es
an anxiety for the pr.fervaliou of peaee i
;'cn while Ihe issues mindates for the
commiflian of outrages, which (he w-cl!
knows will lead infallibly to warfare
Jll that occalion h tvever, Mr. Fox.
with that honed frankneis, which has
ihvays been the o-nament of his public
and private life, on ihe 15th day of Jan
...... .o - * * v* \ ; A . •
U.. . • • ky - * * • i ■ 4 ‘ .V. ,
ih •Il 2; : A t.f: L>p .l fii )V3. v*v
oj ef l !—■. l i* 1 .ioi.o. tf.ae ** ...e captiii j
of tht Ihips, belonging to Spain, csr
taiii.y iiau an uolee.lii.igi) appearmice.” ;
It was pretended, that the Spanifli |
frigates, which were poiitiveiy carried
into Fnglifh ports, were detained only
as rcpniala. RepuLis for what ? Spain
had committed no feiznres upon Lag
lilh property—ihe could ciieic i/re nave ;
no recoroptnce to make. B.ildesthe
Eng ini had haibaroufly destroyed, (pre
vious to anv a,vowa!, or other tvi fence of
hoffile i -.eulions ) the Span Hi frigate
Mercides, with a mod valuable cargo ;
and by this outrage ti.e lives of fcvtrol ■
cniinenl, and diit-.ne uiflied perfonsges at |
the couA of Madrid, had b.ci. te...i:- j
I lie Britiflt cabmrt, however, gra 1
ciouily condtfcend: dto rtioive, that’.lie !
frigates detained in Liigiand, tiiouid be
rellored to the government nghtful'y
claiming, provided tiiat govcimricnt j
would j ive ample security that ftv; wcu.d
prrftrve the ItriCtelt ucutra ity. But i
what naiion of so n uch confeq icnce as
Spain decidedly is in the wais of Lu
rope, would give cuy other securities,
than thufcwli.fi a l..vvful treaty, reel
procaliy beneficial to the llates ratify
ing it, might afford ? None i:;rtai;iiy
wouid ; and such a requisition, on the
part of England, was a virtuaj manifes
tation of iicflile views. It was fatd,
however, in that country, that the pro- j
feedings of the British govern ere t, as .
related to Bpain, were jultifiable upon |
tins ground ; that hpa.u fian acfualiy j
advanced petuutary supplies to France, 1
in order to ass-t that coun ryir. t .r.,fc-1
euting with additional Vigor its hofii e i
movtir.enis, agai: It England. By :h.-
trcaiy of Bt. II Deionfi, Spain was
bound “ to furn.fh a coi.iingrnt of na
va'., and military force, for the prole- i
ettuen of any future war hi which Fr; nte |
cn age.” Spai , i.nx.cus to pre j
k rve perct, prefered difenarging ntr ;
(ib.iga.ion to rarice, ty prcu.naiy lull- .
lid;es. ‘1 he pr,)polal was made to the j
Court of ot. loud, and accepted.— 00
far, from this rr .-afure, evim log r.r. fios
tile intention <>n the part t.f Spain, u j
was the llep, it calculated to evidence
fwth a dcpolition that fhc could puffibiy
have t.kei', provided any regard w...iie
ver v.’.s paid to the plighted frith of tier
government. But war w.th Spam was >
the oi-j ct of England, fur, laid a pain,
pbielter, no doubt one under die min
iftry “ Spain has never improved tlie ad
vantapes . f colon zation ; and I hope
there is no p:efumption in fitppnfing it
to be the object of our iiiiuiilers, to
form these colonies (mark reader, after
cor.querittg them) into independent go
vernments, under the (offering care ol
Great Britain.” InJep ndent govern
ments, under die folic 1 ing care 01 Great
Britain! whole own govt, nn.ent is the
moll fluttered, aibitrary, and wretched,
under heaven 1 ! !
Now England knew very well, that
■ Spain had on y advanced In.ns of mon y
|as fubUJieS to France, which were to
i cx mpt the former l.oin taking an active
1 part in the wai. An active part fits
vv .uid have been umhr ihe nec>!ff;y ot
1 taking, agreeably to the ffipuialioiis ol
j 1 tie iredty ratified a. S-. Ildelonfo, hid j
: pecuniary futlidics been r jetted by Na |
. poieon. L’t it be recollected, ti.at ihe
; treaty b u u i'.ance and Spain n.u:u:lly
j to ..ifi'.t rich outer in calc of i:iv,fi..n,
j and not Spam a’.oi t- It w..s a fair ai
I iia. ct enteied into by two nations, who
j iuppofing their tntere.ts connected,
j p!ec.gc 1 tlicinieives to -dferd afli.tance
one to the other, wit 11 vei etthe!’ !h. u and
find it urci ii iry ar ixpeuient to engage in
warfare. Yet Ebgland t x;>. Cted, or pre.
tended to expect, that Spain w uld, (as
Jhe doeoj disregard the terms ot her coin
pad ana in no way, whatever, aid her
Since the English miniffry expefled
this from Soatn, let me ask, what would
1 they have laid to the Emperor of Rus
j ii.*, had he accepted the pacific advances
which were made by the court of S..
Cloud, ear iy tu the year 1805. widen did
not include the Butilh kingdom ?—They
wool have c eciared tlie aourt of S. Pe
terfburgh to be open to every species of
venality and corruption ; and they would
j havt pronounced, with jultiet too, tha.
| the Ruili... En.peio was a inithiefs ..! I
jiy. D übikts war would hive been
delated again It the pn.iers of the Con 1
j tinent with whom they had before cul j
j tivated an ...liar.ct—For the Eugfiih, \
1 confident of ttKir naval ffrer.gth, pay]
j l’ttle regard ta the friend fit ip of other
I powers, except when they think to dc
j uve imm diate benefit from ,t.
j Now the obligations that bound Rus
-1 ha to F.ugland wcie of the fame nature
\ ltd tuoic, which bound Spain to Fraocej
j the terms ot affiante, and tiie stipulations
jot treaty. Confrqueutly the Court of
l St Pettrfburgh would have been ar ins”
j tifiablc in eltabiifh-.ng her own conctrns,
1 without any regard to tne neutrality, or
! pacification of Enginnd,aa the Court of
Ida : id w.iuid have been ia refusing to
iuppiy Fiance wuh oten and arms, or
pecuniary subsidies in their Head. But
war, war was ibe object of England ;
and when propositions for the pacifica
tion ot Lurope wcie made by the Empe
ror ot the French ; when in the iaa b uagc
ot nureaiy, he addrcffcJ the king oi
England ; when he picclauted blouu
“ 1 coijure your Mojelly not to ucuy
yuurfeli the bappincls oi giving piace
to the world, and t: leaving tiiat iweet
fatisfaHioa to your childrin,” when 1
lay the Lmperore-f the French thus ai
drtffed the B.itnh king what was the 1
monarch's reply . 5 tu aicartain this, wei
need cnij Lave rcArtnce tu Lard Mu.-
JCIV.;’; !al . J. • ■ - It, r >
idti-nm: ?■. 5 J -,v -vm mcen h i
( ti.ft * -.is > 1 -- j-: ty let it irrii” lh.i- ,
|a: !wer partioß... >y to the overt utc n.v e
I Inin until ne communica ed with the
‘powers of ih - emit went, v.ith win.in 1■:
was erjaged in cot.fi lent ai conr.tx 2
‘and relations.” It th.-n Eugland won -i
j not, even to cfL 1 the general pacifica
] lion ct Europe, aff-nt to the overtures
of France without consulting,
b'y to the te r rns of her compacts) her
: continental allies ; how in ihe name ‘of
common fci.fe came it to pals, that Spain
was blamed for fulfil'Em the terms of
her treaty with France? B.caiUe Great
Biitain tvifhtd to war aga.nlt Spain, and
| f or no other rt afon ; and the pacific o
■ L'erturrs of Napoieon were r< i/Cted only,
| bloiK sh. and. I hare Ih tvn the unjult,
[mid tyrannical com i.et of tie Briuifi
! catit .1 in vjiicus instances. 1 wii! next
1 jirocced to sh: w in r recent “dfs of i.-jus
j tide towards Ameticn particularly; at.d
ftiaii t fur in the couife f that appiica
j . Ot’ UCll iciiiaitit 08 UTC ?.ppiK' t Div IU t C
KCiKr.-a-ijt. vb r -OLvos**ojLo*eijt.-i..ernfli
JO a LIVERPOOL,
Thcfiuefafl fulling Sl'd
e'V/’ PTU,'. it.
.'Sk-AT-cTa ST ‘NT ON, trader,
- Havdrg half her Carro engaged, for Freight
l of the Remainder,—Apply to BLNJAMiN
; MARSK-4LL, or ‘ ‘
n. u S. 1 ‘ ichards.
J Odlober 2? 422
PAR Ship NFPriJNF., f.om h .-to.
lor/:, iind fur sale vtoy lew for C,.i
0 ■ pootl notes .n Town,
jIS Hl,d. SUGAR
0 Ditto Coneras
i fi Ditto ;n1 ] 6 tap s Cofld*
1 4 Pipes Lnbon Wine
1 4 Barrels Railings, a.id
; 1 ‘Ton Shear I\loulds.
On CONS! NMENT per Hid Nifti ms.
6 1 ipta Old Madeiia WlN£
| i Boxes lrirti Line ns
j Fur Sale wo” b'j
A. & S. RICHARDS.
Odlober 22 422
Ut&rge Buchanan & Cos.
Have receivtu by the late | .vuis from 13.i
FALL bUITT Y,
COMPRISING A GENERAL ASSORTMENT,
TOWN AND COUNTRY TRADE,
which they will dilpole of on moderate lei ms.
September jo - 41 5.
f)wRSONS pc k-Hed of books w’fh tFa
i. name of BRYAN, written in tlem, will
r.bl.ge tile fob fen her by leaving them wula
Mr. C ‘ aki.rs i lARTur. He has given away
fome, thii ; will be taffy cleftingn.iiied. he i
parricutiirlv desirous of recovering an oil ten
[of Cai.iu Wiu. ams in three v< I wji’i
! IOICJ RANDOLPHS, name on the title
1 P-S e -
Oc über to. 4t-
Land For t'a'e,
i A T t * ie Seventeen n i ; n HOUSE on the
] _ \ Auguf.a roid, 9 lsrp Hl'U E fir for
I tu. Inifinels, fra T-A\ -I'M 01 STOKE,
i e Land contains s venty six aires,
j who h one third is cleared lying cu iht road.
■'in- and I'iTT.fc.S will b; given to the puicha
fer, apply to 1 UOK .R Sc CLARK, Market*
1 iuuare. For further particulars, app yto
btc] hen /.chor.s.
Oifto'ier 14 41 p
■a /ncr r r?
; v'/V i\j Him
t, I.L perfans ere f >r'/.l to give credit ro
f V any one on my account without rnjr
John M llt tarns.
Ofioser 7 „
ASSIZE for October, iX.of>,
’T’ HE price of FLOUR belt 9 \.2 dolljf
X per barrel, Bread in -It weigh, y;i’ j
12 t-u cents Lo~f ! 6 1-4 cents !,rut ‘
*'b. 07. | rib. i i,> M ,
Os whl'h ail. rtakers and Selievs ct Br:^
1 re to take due and particular “notice.
ff. MARScisIL, City Treasurer,
BOARD ■‘7 COMMISSION,
LR.S of PILOTAGE.
, Savannah, ‘June 4, iBo,
T. E ‘l.fcoi’er 1* f several perfen^
■ !nS ii'egtliy as Pilots,
| CrJ:reJ, Thar the ft-cre'iry do
tronthly tiie mriesot luch Pilots, as HCtfEii
1 lira'll iu or .icrotbis board,
Rx!ru3 f<.n. the ATinu.'es.
THOMAS rr"T, Secretary
A-kUJ'.r to *be orderef the
i I do he.r'b-. give notice, that the follow
! perf.vu only, are duly a-lliorired tq r.jft
‘ Thomas Nottage, )
IP.am Clay, >
J IScranton, ) , m.,.,
i . . .. Era:cn r ON
Avii'iam Royllcfl, 1
Elijah Broughton, *.
J hcraat A'wortny, j
Ricbtrd W.ii', Branch P'iot.
William Wall, tufting under uim,
John Major,. .
Reuben Anderfcn, f
Job.. Bran shy, ) Certi£kl e Pil^
John Denuts, D
John Dixon, C.
Tnoiriii Osaorne. y
THLUAAij PITT, **rf,