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I'so.'.t thf. .Mi /70 XALJEGTS.
Federalists in valu attempt to conceal
tn. ii- exaltation at Bun’s conspiracy.—
They rejoice,for'the very reason
tltat v iia.e-.cr’ for abodes misfortune to
the t.ciicval government proves 11 grati
fication to their envious malignity.—
Tlu y seem confident that should the
traitor succeed in dissevering the union,
at.d area.ing a cnturaalous civil war,
the popui; rity of the administration would
Share the live of their predecessors, and
fall a sivratico to apper e the indignation
of,the people. Hut they will hnd them
selve most cgregiously disappointed; ,
and this favorite expectation, like all j
their other hopes, will prove a visionary j
deception. The timely discovery old
Burrs's plots and machinations \t ill eilec-’
tuaily preclude the possibility ol any 1
tiling more than trim! success. The
Universal, knowledge of his intentions, j
and the danger of an enterprise so rash j
and injudicious, will destroy that energy !
so absolutely necessary for the prosecu
tion of his design and the active suspicion
of an alarmed community prevent any
well ripened sysiimutie el torts by a pet
ty band of conspirators against a power
ful people, so united in one general sen
timent of indignation. The plan is truly
federal and will consequently prove ab
ortive. It raltsM appears in all its fea
tures it seems to be guided by federal
principles, and will meet with a federal
e;ul. There is nothing republican in
Burr’s nature, and we trust there is not
one republican among his desperate ad
herents. He lies found a powerful rc
iijfon Cr.icjit ii the quid party, who,, fol
lowing the example of their file-lenders,
have dcsf.eru and me republican stanor.rci, |
and enlisted under the bauuar, <>l opiposi- j
tjon. Nowonder th,.n that federalists!
should feel a hind of involuntary uffecti- j
on for them and their cause. Federal-!
ism and quidir.m have u propensity; to |
assimilate and embrace; their politics:
are but slight obstacles to their unioi)— r
they are soon tied in the firmed bonds of
Friendship, and lose all recollection of
the virulence and animosity they once
entertained for each other. This has been
exemplified in more than one instance.
Burr when yet steadfastly and correctly
republican, was represented by his po
litical enemies as •• cunning, artful, and
intriguing,” .aad for once they drew a
correct ikcucss of the man : when nio:-
tfiled munition and blasted prospects of
future grandeur,, induced him to aban
don his democratic friends, and gradual
ly draw olf to join the Federal party, he
was viewed by his mr associates in
■Snore favorable .light, and received their
cordial support in ainining at the chief
magistracy of the state of New-York.—
When however he ended a private quar
rel by the destruction of Hamilton, in a
.duel, federalist were again exhasperat
,ed:—the idol of their affections, the
hopeful champion of their cause, lay
murdered by. his barbarian rival.” and.
- Burr was demanded as a sacrifice to the
names of—*' **’ departed virtue” ! I—Time
however has mellowed their affliction,’
and softened their anger, and the •rvil
‘Han” against whom they denounced the
.United and consuming v.engacnpe of
• heaven and earth, may possibly in the
lapse of a few years be reinstated in their
love and esteem. They will not yet ac
knowledge this strengthening reconcilia
tion; they pretend a patriotic abhorrence j
of his treasonable designs ; yet a little j
penetration will discover in their mode
rate language, and their aversion to re -!
/torts and rumor*,” the reluctance with i
which they engage in the developcment ’
of his plans, and the scrutiny of his con
duct. The failure of Burr’s plot, midi
the extinction- of the federal partv, are •
esqually certain, and wo trust not fur!
distant, thou >h the one may by eurspre- -
Cede the the other.
From the iUnORA.
A man wn > sh mid say, I wiil raise a
thousand basnels of corn on an ac;c of!
la.id, would be deemed mad ; yet lliose J
v.'.io arc the ora .v ,e rs lor a nav.d estuoiish-l
rneuti arcs iiol preposterous i.i their pro-1
jeets or pretensions.
We have 1 th msand limes shewn, that I
a naval, establishment is in compatible, fc
impruvpicuble in our natiptgd circum
stances ; arid that even if it were pictica
b:e to form and fit out and support such
. an establishment, that it would after ail,
be wiser to have no military naval cst
1 he readeis ot the Aurora, inav per
haps recollect a series of essays publiah
’ c-d last year, under the tide of the Sovr
rriguty of the Ocean. — We Undertook
the discussion of tout subject, which cost
us much labor and uppliea ion, merely
to shew the futility of the supposed ad
vantages derived from the soverignty of
the tr ee that a superior naval establish
merit, has always been productive of
greater. evil* than advantages, to everv
nation that has possessed a naval superi
ority ; anti that the only advantages de
rived from such a force, was the enrich
ment or riggruntlinc-merit of a few per
sons of Die nai'ioii, at the .expense of the
liberty, virtue, happiness, and security,,’
of all the rest of the nation.
Another view we. had iff that discus
sion, was to shew, that the affected a-
I vrms set aQpat by the connivance of
En lish emissaries, of danger to be ap-i
p ehended from France, was so far from .
being renh that the vefy necessity!
which was i np’ s. <i on France, by the j
conduct of the infatuated powers of Eu-
V"po of. keeping Iherii in subjection,
would render it eyialiv neces.aty to
keep the whole force of that nation, to
Watch them, and to suppress promptly,
auy tfiat might arise ;
mwelTof our anti-tip -.ti.'-ns an ’this topic.
bee..- u.i endy iululled j we
i hen shewed, the pohev which coilcen- -
traces all ti c force of France, will also
i-.ci > that force contiguous and oisposa*
hie ; and for that reason, the arcumu
l.viuil of s/r'fts the augmentation of com
merce, and the establishment of celt/tie* !
will be not remote, but cc/.tiguctis. j
These were our views in that discus
sion, time has strengthened them.
A military naval force, has been pro
ductive only of disaster to France, Hol
land and Spain for the last century ; and;
what has it produced for England. Let)
its debts, its poor-houses, its prisons, and j
it.-, declension from civil liberty declare
ir. But she has conquered Asia—and
for whom ? for the people of Asia's hap
piness ? read Burke’s speeches on lias
ling;:, in which with all his capacity for
hi ah c.oloriiur, lie has fallen far short of
o _ o
the picture of misery produced by Eng
lish conquests in Asia. The English
company after ravaging all Asia, is in
debt 17 5,000,000 of dollars ! was the
conquest for the good of the people el
England ? Nr, the people of England
have retrograded from liberty and com
fort almost in the same proportion as the
monopolists of Asia have been aggran
Her national debt is 3,000,000,000,!
three thousand million of dollars!
These then are the effects of a naval
superiority and a competition for naval!
glory. In the arinafs of naval achieve
ment, nothing car. be more awfully splen
did. and horribly brilliant than'the battles
of Trafalgar and the Nile. But what:
liar; they accomplished ?—-The battle of
Aboukir only transferred Egypt toTur
kirit barbarism or Mainalrir.e anarchy,
and Trafalgar lost its object—it has not
Saved Naples, nor yet secured Sicilv ; it |
has not prevented the. conquest of the j
| whale European continent, it lias not
; kc it a foot of land or an accessible port
I for 1 bigland on the whole coast, from the!
i Cape of Otranto to the Cattegat.
! Yet idcots—for none but knaves or i.
; d.cys can talk of our establishing a navy
1 to contend cither with the victor or the
’ .Vanquished—competitors for the sover
eigity of the ocean. A military naval
j Rover can be of no ofher use than de
feme on the high seas ; we have not the
| interns to build a navy Tor this purpose ;
• defence on our coasts and harbours, is
the inly eligible or even justifiable sys
j ten) that we can adopt,, But a martial
navy for the high seas v is the most ex
travagant notion that can be conceived,
becaasc physical impossibilily meets it on
| A navy from the ocean must be at
; least equal to the navy which commits
‘the.aggression.—This brings the ques
tion then to the simple point.—Can we
build and support such a navy l This is
; a question of simple arith vet.se. To see
j tiiis iu its simplest fight, we have only to
j state our actual revenue, and let us sup-
J pose as a necessary consequence that
| our,revenue would be doubted to maiu-
Uuiu a navy.
j Our whole gross revenue let us sup
j pose to ire exclusively applied, to tin
! naval establisment; and that the 50,000,
) 000 of revolutionary debt is paid off—
Say our present revenue 15,000,000
j Add new in.ernal taxes to
support a navy 15,000,000
! This would urcly be an ample al
| lowance, comparing the present state of
1 our country with such a contingency.
| What would a navy cost to buiid i What
j annually to support it. The sum rcqiiir
’ ed to buiid we shall not confound our
1 readers hv noting—if-lhey cliuse to mu!-
i tipiy the number of ships by the cost oi
tiie frigate United States, built iu this
j port; due-average amount will be about
j one half the first expense.
But the subsistence of a navy, what
would it cost, supposing the fleet had
suddenly sprung up or tiiat the British
government, instead of using them to
’ transport their monarch and regulih to
• Bengal, had made us a present of the
j whole .
A judicious and dispassionate pam-
I phict lately published on this subject
I : w.e presume a pmduction of Mr. T ench
j Coxe.) iumishes data ready prepared,
but oyer cautiously put down; in that
pamphlet the average annual expense
is. however, set down near twenty mil
upntt of dollars short oi the real expense ;
yet it states the average at 70,000,000 ol
.dollars a year. Deduct your 30 mil
lions even from this and you would have
still 40 000,000 more to provide for.
Your acre of land, citizens of Ameri
ca, could not then produce youa thousand
b'usludsof corn; and you must be content
tp lake your land and cultivate it with
care, and lx; satisfied with what it will
really produce, tho’ it were only from
10 to 35.
But there is another circumstance—
w here w ould the men come from ; Great’
Britain, although she has Ireland and
Scotland to drain from by impressment,
is forced to seize and make slaves of
3000 of our citizens ; and the Danes,
Swedes, Italians, Lubeckcrs, Hamburg
ers and Dutch seamen, arc allowed to
compose a lull third of the seamen who
navigate and fight her ships of war.
Are you farmers readv to send vour ‘
sous on board the destructive den of din-’
tUHPy crimeJiy iniui/si'iility y and hunuen dc-\
bast men!, culled a ip.anof war. O ! God
forbid I—remote i*e that duv when na
tional infatuation, or corruption, or dc
uasement, shaft tear our yeomen from
the plough to carry murder and desso
lation on the ocean—murder for .sordid
gain— a country Indore us blessed by na
ture with all that can be required by vil’-
tuous men, and to invite the love of
peace and tiie blessings of which peace,
which liberty <uwl jutUv is capable of
( ccnfoi jqam
S.IVAXXJH, bj-.nRU.iRr 20, 1306.
11. S. CONGRESS...In the House of Re
prelentativcs, January ‘26, a confidential mef
iage was received from the Senate... The doors
were elutedfo- a fiiort time... When the report
er entered, the clerk was reading a lupplement
ary meilage from the president, containing iur
ther teflimony from general Wilkinson against
Messrs. Bollman andSwartout.and a Mr. Alex
ander, an attorney, of New-Orleans, (who has
arrived at Walhirigton City.)
Alter taking oft the injunction of fecreey, the
house proceeded to difculsthe hill received from
die- Senate, lufpending the writ of Habeas cor
pus... MeflVs. unveil, Elliott, Eppes, J. Ran
dolph, Snulie and Dana, Jpoke against the bill,
and Messrs. Varnum, R. Nelson, and Bidwell
in iavor of it. 1 hole who opposed it argued,
that the conffttution did not julty the suspension
of the w rit of Habeas Corpus, but in cases of
a Anal rebellion or invafion—;hat the present
was not one of l'uch magnitude as make the fuf
penlion necellary...*! hole in favor of the bill j
contended that a rebellion did at present ex id; !
that the onfpiracy was an extenlive one—that i
it was pofiible Burr might have foreign aid at
his command—and that the public fafety abfo
folutely required the suspension of the writ...
Mr. Sloan laid he should vote againd the bill,
but he diffeitd in opinion with other gentle
men who oppufed it—for he thought the con
spiracy w as a ivrious and a dangerous one...The ■
yea. & nays being taken on rejetfting the bill,
Wc have perused the affidavits of James L.
! Donaldlon,and Dieut. VV. Wilfon,dating what
they knew respecting Burr’s conspiracy... l'heir
tedimonv tends only to drengthen that of gen.
M ilkmlon, bung in fubdance, pait of the fame.
Joseph Addon efq. (son-in-law to Burr) in a
letter to ha Excellency Charles I’inckney, Gov.
I ol South Carolina, unequivocally denies having
! the lead knowledge of Burr’s premeditated in
trigues, nuch lei's any hand in it...He dates,
that indead of roLLowiNU with a corn’s or
tvoK rniei,he is at home Peacahly prepanm*-
h lan:. t.on &c lor the ©nlutng crop, andthat
io tar non being guilty of the lealt impropriety,
he is eftntent that every presumition which
he cannot repel by positive proop, may be
conliderec ooqf) xvin kck— and the flighted
suspicion that he cannot satispactorilv
expeaiu, ihall be admitted as ouitr.
The Repeal of the Tax on Salt lias
been clamored for by the Feds for
years past; and now that the state of
our finances admits that measure, it is
strenuously opposed by the leading f eds
in Congress, Mr.” Quincy, one of
ihc Massachusetts “ Hole of Nobles,”
declaimed against the repeal in a speeclu
ticaUou ol tlirec or lour columns in
length.—Buch is Federal consistency 1
Trent oil True Mnerican.
A Paris paper of the 17th of Decem
ber, says — u Mr. Hultz, the Prussian as
tronomer, residing at Frankfort on the
Oder, thinks at this time the sun is
undergoing a great revolution. He
found his cojecture on a group of new
spots which he has discovered on its sur
face, and which according to him, occu
py a fifteenth part of its diameter.”
’ MARRIED on Wednesday evening
last by the Rev. Mr. Kolloek, Charles
Horjurd esq. to Miss June Wallace, both
of this city.
COURT OF V ICE-A DM 1R ALT.
Xassau, 23 d Januara, 1807.
Sally, Johnson, m.s er.—T he Solicitor
General prayed the claim by him given,
(in befalf of the citizens of the United
States o! America) to be admitted and
the s id ship and cargo, to be restored as
Mr. Kerr prayed the said claim to be
rejected, and the said ship and cargo to
His honor the judge having herd the
said claim and proofs read, and the ar
gumen’s o! advocates and proctors there
on admitted the said claim, pronounced
•! the goods shipped by Lewis Gron
; ing and John Haslett, to belong as
j t l timed,- and by Interlocutory decree,
directed the same to be restored to the
! claimants for the use of the owners and
j propietors thereof; and by further inter
locutory, directed further proof to be
j made within three months with respect
t to the shipments made by Kirk Lukcns,
and Margaret I) Scliutt.
ITT* THE friends and acquaintances
’ of Mrs. Mary Webb, arc requested to
attend her funeral THIS DAY at ten
o'clock, at Messrs. Tucker 6c Clark’s
new building, Buy lane.
PET* We arc authoriseed la .say, that
Mr. UIGNAL N'. GROVES, is a can
didate for the Offices of Clerk of the Su/te.
rior and Inferior Courts of Chatham Coun
February 20. te. 1 5,
To the Electors of Chatham County.
I take the liberty of informing you
that 1 homas Boubkk, offers himself as
a Candidate for the office of Clerk of the
Superior and Inferior Courts.
February 19. 15
Oie Diftridt Court, b- adjournment,
fits on Mo no ay next, at 10 o’clock, of which
those interested will take notice. Aliens desi
rous of naturalization can then apply for ad
BEN. WALE, m. t. c.
February 20 / 1.5.
JttST RECEIVED at the Savannah Shoe
Store by the brig Two Friend* from Bolton,
8 trunks of Shoes assorted,
Among which are Ladies black Morrocco Slip,
pars with heels
II Nells of Trunks, •
Printing Ink and Papery
Chocoltate, ’ 1 “ ,
l-k-GLy ht H,
. . T-HB ROBIN.
By the kite Sir. Clifton, of riulatltilj'liia.
FROM Winter so dreary and long,
I.leaped—ah ! how welcome the day—
Sweet Bob with his innocent long,
Is return’d to hi favorite spray.
When the voice of the temped was heard,
As o'er the bleak mountain it pafs’d,
He hied to the thicket, poor bird !
And iluunk from the pitilels bind.
By the maid of the valley furvey’d,
Did (lie melt at thy cumfortlels lot f
Her hand, was it ftretch’d to thine aid,
As thou ptek’ded at the door ofher cot ?
She did ; and the wintery w ind,
May it howl not around her green grove !
Bo a bofoiu so gentle and kind
Only fann'd by the braathings ts love!
She did; and the kifsof her swain
| With rapture the deed fliall requite,
j That gave to my window a ain
Boor Bob, and hisfong of delight.
SHIP XJ U S EXTRA.
A bottle, containing the following Writing,
was found among the rocks on the lea fhoie,
near Dante, a Iniall place the wed fide of Te
lierifle, in the month of Auguff 150.3.
Had that revered and renowned patriach
Job experienced the forbiddings and the bat
terings and the opes and the fears, the elationa
and depreflimis, that 1, his ltfs patient deice i
’ dant, have of late, he would have followed
I the kind, yet bkifphemous advice h s loving
I fpool'e gave him, or plunged into a grid mill
! (if any inch thing there were then) ar.d fufler
! ed hiinfelf to be pulverized into a coufiftency,
• capable of enjoying umuoleded liappmeU. Ve
j who may chance to pick up the bottle contaiij-
J ing this manufeript written on birch hark, may,
! peradventure, have troubled yourselves to ob
! tain it, and therefore, to recom.penfc you, 1 wiil
I elucidate the tendency of the foregoing excr
I ‘l'hirty days long metre have now tlnpfed,
. since the writer hereof embarked in the brig
; i.tvant, Thomas Harding, matter, from Bos
ton, Madacubfetts, to Savannah, Georgia, and
during all that period, nought but a continual
, leries of ill luck ha 6 attended —calms, florins,
’ gales, lqualls, rains, fun, moonlight, flarlight,
1 head winds, fide winds, no winds,and all winds,
i vertical, horizontal, antipodial, and oblique
. waves, good, bad, indifferent, curious,-queer,
, non delcript, and undelcribable weather !
■ Ail, all, and a thouland other odd particulars
] and circunidances, have we been inccffantly
and iucceffively blefled with, to this woe
fraught day. And now as an addition to our
ill fate, we are becalmed in the Gulph Stream,
i lat. S4, N. long. 75, where in all probabil
ity, the veflel will continue to dilit for thirty
i days to come ; as for myself, a puffciiger 1 am
i now hall familhed, and the crew ate little bet
iter—therefore despairing of ever reaching land,
without a miraculous interposition, I *-ave pen
ned this, and committed it to the (to mt) iner
cilefs waves, expedling ere long to be m Davy
Jone’s locker, from which prelt-rve me, O ye
Tlius fare* it with Augustus Moore, of
Auguda, Georgia, this 14th day of aVuguit,
FORT OF LAV AM NAIL
BhipTiconic, St John, Rotterdam
/>'. <S J. BAton—Luilcul.
Schr. James, Adams, Martinique
*>. is C. lianoardSugar ISCajfee.
Eterprize, Bludgct, Barbadians
Master— I ulia.\t.
Efther, Wright, St. Marys
Ship Golden Rule, Davies, I.ivtrpool
—— General Eaton, Moore, New-York
Brig Georgia, Jocelin, do.
Rambler, Elliott, Jamaica
William Gray, Saunders, W Indtss
Schr. Gabriel Duvall, Watt, Nassau
The brig Philanthrcphift, Capt Copeland,
of New-York, on her passage from Kingston,
Jamaica, to this port, loaded with logwood dec.
fpruqg a leak and was abandoned-by the ccw,
on the 19th ult. (in lat. JJO, dt) Jong. 80, 10.)
who reached the Ihore. on the 20th about fix
miles louth of St. Augustine, in at temping to
land, however, the Email boat, in which was the
Captain and two young men, and a trunlc 1 eoii
taing considerable money, and all the velfeis pa
pers funk—one of the young men drowned,
i The captain and remainder oi tne crew got into
I St. Auguitine on the 2111.
Lavansaii, 17 !h February, 1807.
AN Election will be held a; the Court IT ufr,
on Friday the 27th mltant, at 11 o’clock in the
forenoon for a Captain to the command of the
said Company, VUE Captain Johnion j ;o, .yu and
and for a .Lieutenant and Ensign, v.i r L out.
Montmollin and Ensign Ansley religned.
Ulrick Tobler and John Pooler cfqs. are to
superintend said election.
Jiy order of Col. James Johnson.
0. iS. Chatham Rangers.
February 17. 14.
Com/iany Orderx, February 17, 1807.
YOU are to parade in full Uniform i t the
Exchange on Friday the 27th inst. at 3 o’clock
P. M. precisely.
O. a. Chatham Rangers.
February IT. 14,
IN conformity with the City Tax Ordinance
the Treafuier give* notice, that he is now rea
dy to receive the Taxes impoied by said Or
dinance... Executions will be ifiued ih thirty
d-uyslrotn the date hereof, against all defaulters
j marshall, c. Treufurer.
February 16 U
NEGRO FT- and Ptrfonsof COLOR,
arc palled upon to pay their TAXES to the
lubfetiber b’ it/re the expiration of thirty days...
after that period executions will he iiiued by
J. MARsHAIL, c. r.
February 20, 1 s
F? The keeper of the Presbyterian Church,
informs the petv holders that the Bell veill be
placed p and rung on th> njr :- \j; hum 1 vat
the hour *( K, 9, ami It) 1-2, irnthe morning,
V’ w c[ 1,2, a si-2 in the evening.
a urn ok.
TIIIS DAY ~ct 11 o'clod * 1 be Sold
b farc t/u- Suoscnbn * c Akcli • i Slu\ ,
30 Pimdicouti X. E. Huai
4 Diito )\'. I. Do.
4 Ditto old Jam. Do.
5 Pipes 4tli proof Frenciv Ilrrndy
2 Ditto old E. R. Made j:a Whio
n Bales sewing Twine
1 Case I’i.itillas
1 Ditto Cheeks
3 Pieces Sinehews
1 Bale blue HuuiiiUinS
1 Feather Bed
1 Piece b’ankets
Y ith a number ol other artAlcSv
A J. S O,
Ten Prime Ne\v-N’e;>;r<)es.
S. 11. STACKHOUSE,
February 30 lj Aucfr
Wm . Woodridge,
Respectfully acquaints l.m
friends and the public, of liiu re
nt. ivai to the North Eail corner of the l
EXCHANGE, where lie has f.d’c and
convenient (fines for every kind of pro
duce and offers his bill it-rvict-s in the
FACTORAGE Ah D CO Mills-
He wtll keep qonftautiy on hand a j>e
rural aflortmeiK of
Dry Goads ex Groceries,
With moft articles requeue lor l'lanta
Just Retcimtl an Consitno eat,
kegs TONGUES and hOUNDU
zy ditto pickled Salmon
t* pipes and qr, calks French brandy
io bi xes Carets, no. 8, 9 and 10
2 bales blue Nankeens
2 blsds. Trenching tools
to boxes Candles
500 Demijohns **
400 ps. white S: Brown v
Piatillas j r . , .
50 piecte Ravens Duck") ‘ “ U '’ 10
30 cases assorted Gla, (
10 tons Swedes Iron J
February ao 1 >w if.
Savannah, 1 f/.h FA-nary, 1807.
RrfolveJ, That an election b - belli
at the Exchange on Friday ih 27111 1 It.
for an Alderman to repi rfcnf Darby wa-l,
•r. the room ol John p. Williarnfou t q.
fige;el, and that Edward Stebb s.
Calwn Baker sut! Gtirfon I. Srynv ur
■q s lie and tiny aie hereby appoinieti
n agers to fuptrintend the fan e.
Ami that an election be held at tins
Baptist Church, on t‘ie lame day for an
AMoman to rrprefent Franklin ward, in
the room of John Gumming efq rc fig ti
ed, Doctor Love havint; agreed to the
illegality of his election, and that Dr.
Uarru), Benj. Wall, Sc John Dillon citjrs.
be aud they are hereby appointed mana
gers to superintend the fame.
hr tract from the ‘iinutlt,
JOB T BOLLLS, C. C.
S her ill’s Sale.
WII.L BE ‘-OLD, at the Crutt fftiufi
in the 7 own o Isrtinfwicl , Glynn Coun
ty. on the first Tuefd/ty iu ptl next,
h etwee a th hours of 10 and 2 o’c oik.
A 1.1. the right and title of th es
tate of Jofliua Morgan a, and of
John G. St-.ead, coi filling of a vaiurhle
tract of Land on the Is'auti <>f St f’.i.
monS contaii.itiiY ico seres more or lens,
with the improvenri'.: te vheir.oD. also,
one ol Eves'Cot on Jinz. and .a
keri ui der execution as the properiy of
J fliua Mor, an and J or,. G f-nea •, to
fatn-fy a Judgement obtained by i lutniL
ton and Goofier. Conditkn.’S C.fo
Willi.-in aync, s a c.
Bru’ fwiek, February 20. 1
NO f ICE.
TPE Snhfcaiber having elofed his
bufi E at B unfwink in G ynn
County, generally folic is so b persona
who are in sircars to him, to call for im
mediate fertlement, e tfier on lohn San
ders efq near Biunfwick, whom he has
appointed his agent there, or upon him
in Savannah at his house, near ku-ket
Square otheiwife they mult expiet u
be d'.-it with agrabie to law
February zo 15.
To Leu ■*
ACONVr.NIFNT two ffory HOT7SK la
Klbert v.aid, rucerriy occuiped by James
BtiD'e k, efq. deceufed...! cflellion may he- had
next week. Apply to
leftruary 20. 1 7
AND POSSKSSIOX GIVUN 1 MMEDIATT.Y.
r |'HAT convenient Dwelling hou o. x
1 liens, ficc. £te. behmgiug to the < Itote or
John 01d.,, tit’ceafed, well calculated for .1 I o—
tel, they w ill lie icnted togerh .r ot f rate...
lor term* enquire of Mar y l.r wo’ N, or
P. J. Y ALLUiON.
February ‘2O. FT.
IT' OP. A RMAI.I. PixitM near the City..
1 a valuable tract cl LADD in Baldwin
County, 4tJt-di*trict aon. ing th-* ‘I ihcr
fifth...her particulars, euqaii :at tin 1 nit''.
February VO. if.. 13
Aiv 11V nC j,-)l'.T\ ANI ED
CNAh’ll will he p-D 100.1 till; ‘f a MV;
j Nur!’- ; ■ itht nt a chit I will L : yv-s
fcifed. Emjuix -a thi pnr.’.eu,