Lor m e GEORGIA REPUBLICAN.
To as Absent Wife
When I call they lov’d form to my mind
And fmcy I am bleft w th tny tmilef
Wh.i bl fs in the mem’ry I find
To or;f the Ld Lours of my toil !
Bj: when T reflrcl on rr.y fate v
And ffel that I’m severed from thee —
1 he torture of thought is so great,
My mind from the coitfktft would flee.
Vet f;r thee, my S.lly, I'll roil
And fortune propitious will prove t
In thy arms I’il again meet tfcyfmile
And er.jr.y all me heaven of thy love.
rTr"ic-"ayO■**>'* . -'*•
V\ ANTED TO RENT,
ASUFFIC IE NC rof good cctton and Pro
vision land on or near the alts, as would
employ about twenty workers and for which the
highest price will be given, and no objection
bad to an advance of rent, ripply at this
TO EE RENTED.
AND pofpffion given on the fir ft day of Octo
ber next,the Store at preffiut occupied by Mr.
‘Thomas M. C. Harris near the excbm*e.
D. B. MITCHELL.
St Heftier 11. t s
* - | -.- — r.-.i-.uc -i. j—i
ALL persons having any demands against the
Eft.t e 01 William Weft Esq. late of Liberty
L i..ty, dectafed; are recuefted to render the fame ro
Meliks. James & William Roberts, a: Ricebbrough
cr to the Subscriber. JOHN JO NES.
StmV.urv. Autscft, to 1802, 4T_
ALL per foils that, are indebted to
the estate of John Zane, dec. are desired to
nuke immediate payment, and those that have de
tk that estate, are ado delired to render
the n dub a* tested, on or heforethe first day U No.
vember next,after that time I frail apply toxheVsourt
ct Ordinary to bed Im.fitd troni me AtlmiimUa-
BALTRASER SHAFFER, Adm’r.
August i<). ißi. .
~N 0 7 / C E.
THIS is to forewarn any person or
perfons whatever, from tradeing for ot
receiving a Note of Hand for One Hundred Dol
lars, drawn by William H. Roberts, in December,
jSo 1, and m?.de payable to Custis Si Blount, on the
fir ft day of January, 1802, as the laid Note “has
been iott or mislaid.
Curtis & Blount
’ 4 NOTICE.
WE are arretted by John Milledge the ex
ecutor of the estate of the late Jacob
Wald burger to notify to all puffins whatever his
prohibition a gain ft bunting on that part of the If
and of St. Catherine's belonging to toe said (fate,
being to'be North the Stock having of late been
much lessened byfuch pralUffi, and other injury
done a/rd after’ this no tic e will feel b'mftlf bound to
prosecute to the extent of the law , all persons
found!o violate it.
WILLIAMSON & MOREL.
Augv.ft, 2 3 1802.
?~Ef\H£ (übkriber having taken into partner
j Jbip With him , in the face business
GARTNER TUFTSyhe business at the Savan
nah Shoe Store will in future be carried on wider
the firm of G. TUFTS Us Cos. Ainy commands
cn James IVilly <3‘ Cos. or James Willy, will be
attended to by application to G. Tufts & Cos.
JUST RECEIVED ,
At the Savannah Shoe Store,
A frefh affiortment cf ‘
Also— Three boxes COTTON CARDS,
G. TUFTS & Cos.
August 20. Is£> 2. <4t.
•a.iAi * ■ ■ ■
THE second meeting cf the commissioners
acting under s camnvffon of bankruptcy
ijjucJ Again ft Mr. Samuel Saubere of Savannah,
Merchant , will be held at the Court House in
ibis city, on Tuejday, the gift in ft ant, at ten
6 clock in the forenoon : and the third meeting
<in Tuejday the 28 th oj September next* at the
ante time at.d place.
August 2>, 1802.
ITVnMA 1 JAM£\ TAILOR,
NhORMd the f'ublic that he has opened a
a Jhf c * the Bay, near Aher corn Street,
tvker* he Thill execute all orders in his lire in a
Inferior manner end cn a Jhort ticTrce. lie
hopes to met it (be continued patronage of bis em
* „ r ’ JAMES,
Asqguft ig t 1 go*,
I DISTRICT OF GEORGIA.
The PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES
To the Marfhai of the said Dft rid, Greeting.
(L. S,) l\\T HEREAS a li-
R. M. Stites, elk. VV bel hath been
hied and exhibited in the said court against
the Ship Ann, her cargo, and Benjamin Bu
eii, Matter, and Messrs. Johnftcn, Robertson
and Company, of Savannah, merchants, and
others, owners, for a certain ium of money
iue ro John Potter, by hypothecation on the
said ship, her tackle, furniture and apparel,
together with her freight and cargo: NOW
THEREFORE, you are commanded to cite
and admonish the matter, owners, and all 0
ther persons whatioever, who have, or pre
tend to have any right, interest, property,
claim, or demand, v/hatfoever, in, to orupon
she said ship called the Ann, now riding at
anchor in the port of Savannah, whereof Ben
jamin Buell now is, or late was, mailer, to be
and appear before the honorable William
Stevens, Efqu re, Judge of the laid court at
Savannah, on the twenty-third day of this
present month of September, at ten o’clock
in the forenoon of thefime day,toanf\ver fohn
Potter on the merits of the laid libel, so that
be done in the premises.
Wicnefs the honorable William Stevens,
judge of the laid court, at Savannah, this
sixth day of September, in the year cf our
Lord one thouiand eight hundred and two,
and in the twenty-ieventh year of American
HARRIS, Pioclor for Libellant.
u RT Edward White, Cleric oj the
Georgia. > Court cf Ordinary for the Conn-
J ty of Chatham in theJlate afore-
CL. S.) > 117 HE REAS, Joftnea
ED. iVIhTE.I V V Buckhattercf Chat
ham county, planter, hath made application for
letters cf adminftration on the estate and effects
of Mary Reviere, late of said county, deceajed ,
as mar est of kin ; These are therefore , to cite
and admonish all ‘andJingular the kindred and
creditors oj the deceajed, to file their objections
if any thry ha ve) in my office on or before the
id day of October next: otherwise letters oj
administration will be granted him.
Given under my hand and seal, in the city oj
Savannah, the id day of September, in
the year if our Lord 1802, and in the
2.lth year of American Independence.
August 16, 1302.
WHEREAS, by a law of Congress paffia
on the 26tb day cf April 180 i, it was
enacted, “ That it /hall be the duty cf the Secre
tary of War to receives, all claims to lands for
nr lit ary fer vices, and claws for duplicates of
warrants ijjued from his office, or from the land
office of Virginia, or of plats and certificates of
‘Purveys founded on finch warrants J urge fled to
have been loft or defcrcyed ; until the fir ft day of
January next, and no longer; and immediately
thereafter to report the fame to Congress, deflgr.a
ting the number of claims cf each defer ip lion,
with his opinion thereor.fi
Notice is hereby given, To all pefions
claiming lards for military jervices, that they
tnuft lodge in this office, prior to thefirft day of
January next, doc lira cuts to prove the validity of
Conrfjior.ed officer sfiurgeons and surge on's mates
or their legal representatives mi'ft produce evi
dence to prove that they fe*ved in the many of the
United States to the end of the war, cr that they
were deranged by a ref cdtttion of Congress, which
did not bar their claim tj ‘military bouncy lands
It will also be necefftry for the representatives of
officers (fie. hilled injervice to produce evidence
to prove, that the per fin was Cf Jlain by the ene
Non-ccmmiffioned officers, musicians and pri
vates, cr their legal representatives must produce
evidence to prove, that they tr.lijied to jerve in
the army of the United States during the war
and that they ablully served until the end cffaid
war. It will also be necessary for the reprefien
tafives zf nen-cornmifficned officers , Ific. who
were enli/led during the war and vs ere killed in
the jervice, to p reduce evidence to prove that were
u /lain by the enemy fi
Secretary of War ..
COMMISiONERS OFFICE GEORGIA
Savannah September, 1 i£o2.
NOTICE TO PENSIONERS,
TvKE Invalid Pcxficncrs of the UNITED
STATES, in the State cf Georgia.are hereby
requested to comcfid ward and receive their [Upend,
due on the 4th Infant, as also all arrearage of
pension, unpaid by the Isle Agent.
It is wijhcd that the Fcnfioncrs in future be
pimttua! ir. calling at ibis of: ce its per fin,or by their
legal Attorneys, cither annually or half yearly,
in older toyecure their lAomy
Avert for lev. Pears.
September 11. 4*
ROBERT 6* JOHN BOLTON.
Have received per barque Nixon, captain
Shaw, from Holland,
22 cases tumblers and efforted gifts ware ,
2 ditto elegant parlour giajjes,
2 ditto toilet and ether lookingglaffies,
x do. bird cages with gift's globes,
44 liquor cases,
2co puces white and brown plait.las ,
I case dowlas ,
I ditto diaper ,
140 pieces Bremen rolls,
24 ditto 9-4 and 10-4 bed ticking,
1 case bolting cloths, No. 5, and 6,
140 ffiues Ofnaburgs
Fiemijhfine and coarse linen, j
190 Ravens auck ,
ico Heffum linr.cn,
1 case long lawn,
1 do. Fiemijh linen,
2 cases fine and coarse threads, plain and
diaper tapes, bobbin ana laces
1 case velvet ribbon and Mack lace and crape
2 ditto thread and cotton hosiery
5 bales fein and [e-wing twine, heading,
Hamboro and fijbing lines,
30 coils white ropelines,
1 case window books and hinges,
17 casks nails ana lacks,
30 boxes 8 by 10 and \oby 12 window gifts.
20 tons bar iron, a for ted,
200 facets iron gins,
1 o boxes Renijh wine,
50 pipes gin, fir ft quality
130 empty gin cases
80 kegs firft quality gun powder,
60 fowling pieces and rifles,
40 boxes Edam and Gonaa ebeefe,
9 Frkfland Clocks,
7 elegant porcelain and marble mantls*piece
3 pieces girandoles,
3 bales printing paper ,
8 bales wrapping paper,
6000 quills ,
20 dozen states,
1 box Hacrlem oil,
a ditto Spyker half am,
1 ditto camphor,
5 cajks Prussian blue, red , and black lead
1 ditto lampblack,
20 ditto linseed oil,
ico jugs Infeed oil,
4 dozen waffel aad water irons,
1 crate flower pots and ft and),
A large quantity of baskets
50 pair quern Jl ones 23 inches
1 ditto mill ditto 3 feet
4 ditto ditto ditto 3 feet and 5 inches.
4 ditto ditto ditto 3 feet and 8 inches.
1000 hearth tile .
August 10 ts
SHOES (A SUPPERS
TUST Received at the Savannah ftjce ft ore 22
trunks offhoes and flippers of all defcrip t ions
which will be Jcld at the usual loiv prices,
aljo 24 barrels mackerel.
G. TUFTS tfco.
September 11, 1802.
N O TIC E,
THE Public arc hereby cautioned against
receiving a rote drawn by tbsflub fin ter in
favor cf James Read of Gi ecn County for four
Hundred Dollars, dated April 15, 1802, payable
in Ninety days as the payment of the Jatd note
will be disputed and if brought to court, it will
be made to appear, that it ought not to be paid.
Limerick September, 11 1802.
N OTIC E.
ATURDAY tb> second day of 0 Holer being
toe day appointed by law for the Eleffion of Trustees
of the library society of Savannah the members of
that society are requejied to meet at ten o'clock at the
filature jer the purpose cf clefting J'even Trustees
for the ensuing year all thfie who wish to become
fubferibers ere requejied to attend at the said
place and all the members are [olicited to be punc
tual in their at tendance.
N. IV. JONES. J
MATTHEW Me ALLISTER. \ ~ *
CHARLES HARRIS. \ 1 rUuees
L, COLLGCfI. j
Wilt be exchanged for
NEGRO h. S.
A TRACT of LAND, about three hundred
*acs : one hundred as prime cotton land as
any m Georgia, and situation equal to any in the
Hate: with a good dwelt'ng and out-houles, &c.
immediately on the salts.
For particulars, apply to
WILLIAMSON & MOREL.
September 10, ib’c2.
0 ■ ■■ “ • ,Mmm ’ ■’ ■ ■ ■ ■
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE,
A N O R A T IO N,
delivered on the gd. of July by
THOMAS U. F. CHARLTON, Esq.
(PRICE 25 CENTS.)
Louisville , 28 th August 1802.
r "JT'HAT the att authorifing the
ele&ion of four persons to represent
the citizens of Georgia, in the Houle
of Representatives of the United States,
be pubiiflied in the leveral gazettes of
this (late that the eieblorsin thereipec
tive counties thereof may, at the en
suing general election, govern them
GEORGE R.’ CLAYTON, Secretary.
An Asl authorizin’ the election in the
fever a l counties in this ft ate, to elect
four persons to represent them in the
Houje 0} Rep ; ejentatives of the United
WHERE AS by the late enumeration
of inhabitants of the United States
this state is entitled to four members \in the
Houje of Reprejentatives of the United
BE it therefore enabled by the Semite
and llou/e of Representatives of the
ftete Gs Georgia, in General Aj/embly rneti
That at the general eledion which
shall be held for members of the (late
iegidature, on the firff monday in Oc
tober next, and at every iecond gene
ral election thereafter, the electors at
such election shall be entitled to vote
for four persons to represent this Rate
in the House of Representatives of the
United States, under such rules and re
gulations as are preferibed by the elec
tion laws cf this state now in force.
ABRAHAM JACKSON, Speaker of
the House of Representatives.
WILLIAM BARNETT, President of
A Tented to June 16, 18 02.
I JO SI AH TAT NALL, Jm. Governor
Now is publiflied,
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