Georgia Republican & State Intelligencer.
&x Dollars a Tear, Half in Advance,
Volume I. No. 8.
Notice is hereby giver:,
THAT the City Council will, on
Monday, the 18th inllant, pro
ceed to elect a scavenger, Those
who are candidates for the office, are
desired to give in their proposals in
writing, on or before that day.
J3y arder oj Council,
_ ]N COUNCIL,
1 Savannah Gfloier 4 th. 2So 2.
MOTION was made and seconded
that the report of the committee
to whom was referred the making an
estimate of the probable expence of
lighting and watching the city, be ta
ken up and considered : which being a
greed to ;
It is refoked\ That the inhabitants
cf avail2l ah be requeued to attend a
special meeting of Council, at the fi
lature, between the hours of ten and
twelve o’c lock in the forenoon, on
Friday, the 15th inUant, and there to
advise and deliberate with Council, on
the mold eligible and bed mode to carry
the above report of the committee into
early and immediate operation.
Extra ft from the Minutes .
Thomas Pitt, c. c.
To prevent footing in the city of SavaiT
nah , and the Hamlets thereof
WHEREAS divers persons have
of late been in the practice of
iliooting in and about the laid City,
and the Hamlets and Commons thereof
to the great danger of the peaceable
inhabitants, and whereby many mif
chiefs have been occasioned, tor reme
Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city of Savannah, in
Council aHemhled, and it is hereby
ordained by the authority of the fame,
That from and after the pairing of this
ordinance, any peifon whatever who
iliall lire or liioot off any Musket,
Fufee, or Pistol, in
any llreet lane or square, within the
said city or the Hamlets thereof; or on
the Commons appnrtenant thereto, or
in any Path, Avenue, or Road, leading
to and from the said city, within the
limits and jurifdiclion of the fame,
(except such firing shall be on Military
duty, or on Feffivals) such person on
convicfon thereof before the City Coun
cil, lhall forfeit and pay for every such
offence, a sum not exceeding twenty
dollars, cne half to the life of the in
former, the other half to the use of
.the laid city.
Savannah, October 4, 1802.
CHARLES EIARRIS, +**+*
Mayer • S
3 t THOMAS P TANARUS, C. C. ‘
COM MI SIGNERS OFFICE, GEORGIA
Savannah September, i 1802.
NOTICE TO PENSIONERS,
THE invalid Pens oners of the UNITED
STATES , / ibe Slate of Georgia,are hereby
reqtiefted to comsfof ward and receive their ftiper.d,
due on tie ]'ftant. as a!fo a!! arrearage cj
■penfton, unpaid by the late Agent.
It is uijbed that the Pensioners in future be
punctual tn calling at this office in person,or by their
legal Attorneys , either annually or half yearly,
in order to Jecurt their Money
JAMES ALGER .
Agent for Ini\ Perirj .
September it. 4 *
August 1 6, 1802.
WHEREAS , by a law cf Cor.grefs passed
on the 26 th day of April 1802, it was
enaCied, iC That it (kali be the duly of the Secre
tary cf IVar to receives, all claims to lands for
military services , and claims for duplicates of
war 7 ants ijfued from bis office, or from the land
office of Virginia, or of plats and certificates of
purveys founded on such warrants suggested to
have been loft or destroyed until the fir ft day 0]
January next, and no longer ; and immediately
thereafter to report the fame to Corigrefs, designa
ting the number of claims of each defeription,
with his opinion thereon ft
No*ice is hereby given, To all person,
claiming lands (or military services, tbgit they
must ledge in this office , prior to the fir ft day of
January next, documents to prove the validity of
their claims . •. .
Comifficned officers surgeons andfurgeon's mates
or their legal reprejentatives must produce evi
dence to prove that they served in the army if the
United States to the end of the war, or that they
were deranged by a reflation of Ccngrefs, which
did not bar their claim to military bounty lands
It will also be necessary for the representatives oj
officers (Ac. killed in fer vice to produce evidence
to prove, that the person was “ stain by the ene
Non-commissioned officers, musicians and pri
vates, or their legal representatives must produce
evidence to prove „ that they tnlifted to serve in
the army of the United States during the war
and that they aftully served until the end of said
war. It will also be necessary for the r epr Ten
tative sos von-commiffioned officers, (Ac. who
were citified during the war and were killed in
tbefcrvice , to produce evidence toprove that were
* stain by the enemy A
Secretary of War.
A BO AT that will cany from ten to
twelve Cords of Wood, for which cash
will be given : apply to.
ABRAHAM D. ABRAHAMS.
Military Agent for the
Any person willing to contrad for remov
ing the Guns and Carriages See. from Mr.
Tel fairs wharf to the Magazine will please to
apply as above.
Odober 9, i Sea. ts
ALL persons that are indebted to
the estate of John Zane, dec. aredefired to
malts immediate payment, and those that have de
mands against that estate, are also desired to render
them duly attested, cn cr beforethe first day of No
vember next,after that time I (hail apply to the court
of Ordinary to be difmified from the Administra
BALTHASER SHAFFER, Adm’r.
August 19. 189?..
ALL perf3ns having any demands against the
Esta-e of William Weft Esq. late of Liberty
County, deceased, are requested to render the fame r®
Mefi’rs. James 5c William Roberts, at Riceborough
or to the Sutfcriber.
Sunbury. August, ip 1802, 4m
WE are directed by John Milledge the ex
ecutor of the estate of tbs late Jacob
IP aid bur go r to notify to all persons whatever his
prohibition against hunting on. that part of the ljl
and cf St. Catherine's belonging to the said ejiate ,
North the Stock having of late been
much lessened by such prattife , and other injury
done and after this no the will feel himfelf bound to
prefecute to the extent of the lari, all persons
found to violate it*
WILLIAMSON £f MOREL.
August, 28 ISO 2.
THE Public are hereby cautioned against
receiving a note dr awn by the fubferiber in
favor of James Read of Green County for four
Hundred Dollars, dated April 15, ißez, payable
in Ninety days as the payment cf the said note
will be disputed and if brought to court, it will
be made to appear , that it ought not tc be paid.
Limerick September, ix iso2*
SAVANNAH, Printed by LYON (A MORSE.
SATUARDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1802.
LIKELY Negro boy about 12 years
A’ old for sale low for cash at the Savannah
G- TUFTS (A Cos.
October 9. 3?.
Wilt be exchanged for
A TRACT of LAND, about three hundred
acies : one hundred as prims cotton land as
any in Georgia, and situation equal to any in the
ft ate : witk a good duelling and out-houses, Zee.
immediately on the salts.
For particulars, apply to
WILLIAMSON k MOREL.
September 10, ISO 2.
TO BE RENTED.
AND possession given on the fir ft day cf Octo
ber next,theStore at prefeut occupied by Mr.
Thomas M. C. Harris near the exchange,
D. B. MITCHELL.
September it. ts
WANTED TO RENT,
A SUFFICIENCY of good cotton and Pro
vision land on or near thefalts , as would
employ about twenty workers and for which the
highest price will be given, and no objefti.cn
bad to an advance, of rent. Apply at this
A TRACT OF LAND,
IN Franklin County granted toLeonardMar
bury. contain more or less. 1380 acres
bounded Southwardly by Baker’s land South
eaftwardly by Horatio Ma r bury’s land on all
other sides by vacant land.
A Trad ofland in Franklin County, gran
ted to Leonard Marbury, centaining more or
less, 1150 Acres bounded Northweflwardly
by Charity Marbury’s land Northealtwardly
by vacant land 5 and Southealtwardly by Ba
A Trad in Burk County 350 Acres, cn
the North fide of Briery Creek ; lold by the
Commifiioners of Confifeatea Property in
October 9 1802. Mores Wharf.
HAVING rented convenient Stores on
Harden and Jones’s Wharf (formerly
Clarkes) offer their services to their friend
and the Public as Fadors and Commission
BULLEN & HARDEN.
Odober 9, 1802. 1 \v3rn.
THE SUBSCRIBERS .
HAVE Received from Naw-York, a frefh
assortment of Plated and Brals Mounted
furniture for harness.
ALSO ON HAND.
Saddles bed Quality, Elegant plated Bridles,
different kinds, Setts of harness plated & Brass
Mounting, Saddle Bags, Portmanteaus, fire
Bucketts, Whips, Spurs, Cart, and Waggon
harness, &c. &c. a Variety of other articles
all of which will be fold low for Cash or the
GLASS Cf SHAFFER.
September* *B, 1802.
JACOB IDLER ,
BEGS leave to inform the Merchants
Planters and others that he has had the
honor to obtain a patent from the United
States for tour different machines for packing
Cotton in square bales ; which they execute
in a more compaft and expetitious way than
any hitherto invented ; they will be of a great
utility to the community at large, two of the
said machines aft without ferews and are far
preferable and more expeditious than any
machines with (crews of any dimensions, and
may be worked with any kindofpower.
N. B. The above machines have been ad
mired by fome of the firft mathematicians in
the United States.
October 9, 1802. ts
THOMAS JAMES , TAILOR ,
INFORMS the Public that be has opened a
Jhop on the Bay , near J her corn Street
where he will execute all orders in his line :u a
nperior manner and on a jhort notice, he
hopes to merit the continued patronage of bis em
* T. JAMES.
Savannah, August 29, :SO2.
Twelve and £ Ihlf C ,y ts Single,
The Bng TRIAL, •
Adam Klitche!, Mailer,
Will lail on WeJnefday next,
having two thirds of her cargo
ready. For palfagc or remainder of freight*
apply to the Captain on board, or.
H. KNEELAND e? Cc.
Odober 8, 1802—at Morel’s v.-harf.
3000 DOLLARS REWARD,
Y Y T'ld-L P a >B ky the Under;vri‘-rr
V V the Schooner Dorcheflcr, to
any person or persons who will drag for and raise rh*
Schooner Dorcheflcr, Pennifter, late ms tier, abous
s°l ! ons burthen The Schooner failed from Tybee on
the 8-h of August la ft, about 4 o'clock-, P. AL bound
for Naftau; at 12 fame nigh; she funk, fupy-ofeJ in
from 10 to 15 fathoms water asij from 10 to 1 z
leagues from the Bar. There is said to he in a f:, ‘
trunk locked down in the run, 3640 Doubloons,
sured at 61,880 Dollars. A fdvage of one fourth of
all the money recovered by raising the ye/icl. will a
be allowed in addition to the above reward. Fur.he r
information may be had on application to the U uer~
writers, in Charleston.
N. B. The printers in Savannah, New-York and
Baltimore, arerequefted to publifti the above.
CUSTOM-IB O USE, Distrid of Savannah!
ANY person willing to engage, to weigh.
and keep in the;r stations, and in re
pair, the Buoys that are, or may be provide .!,
as guides to the entrance of Savannah river,
will early notify in writing to the fubfcn
ber, at what rate per annum h# will per
form the fer vice.
THQ. JOHNSON, Cohedor.
Sept. 17. fcawnf.
FROM the fubferiber, about three months
•ago, a Negro fellow named CHARLES
about five feet two or three inches High.—
He is wdl known ‘throughout the Coun y
of Liberty and Rutters a little when spoken to,
bowleggcd and moR commonly wears large
whiskers. A Reward of Ten Dollars will be
given for apprehending said fellow, and Lair
ing him in any jail in this Rate so that hr mav
be got at, and a further reward of Fifty Dol~
lars , on conviction of his being harboured by
any white person. He is a cooper bv trade
and has been seen lurking about Savannah, ‘
and it is more thah probable will endeavour
to follow his trade in a clandestine manner.
Captains of vessels aredifired to be cauti
ous, as he may attempt to make off on boaj\l
Li bey FLU Liberty County.
October 9 1802.
ONE HUNRDED DOLLARS “
RAN AW AY from the fubferiber on Ojfabavt
IJland, about the zi of March Left, #
Negro Fellow named
D A N I EL ;
he is near fx feet high , cf a ycllozvijh complex* at *
about 30 years old , he is very piauffble and v _ t \ r
a great deal to fya for himfelf; he had on v l SrT
laftfeen an old white negro cloth jacket and fro v
fers. It is supposed that*he is harboured ai
fome of the IJlands or Plantations on the J Nairn
in the neighbour hoed cf Offabaw . kl he above
reward will be paid on proof cf his bs:n h arbor
el by a white \terjen, fifty if by a negro er pcrfcir
of color, and thirty dollars will be paid to cnyf
person delivering him to the fubferiber cor to tdt
jailer of Chatham county jail.
PETER 11. MOREL .
Offabaw , Sept. 25.
N. B. It is thought by Mr, Sam fan Ncvle„
fat he • was one cf them that stole bis Canos out
t he nth ult. in that case, it is supposed bis inten
sions are to get to Florida .
Just Received from Char left on, and
FORSA L E AT THIS GFFIQM
THE LIFE OF
TOUSSAINT LOUVER TURK,
Late General in chief, and Governor of the Is
land cf Saint Domingo \ with many particular?
1 never before publijhed : to which is jubjoihcxf
an account cf the firft operatises of the
under GENERAL LE C L E R C.
TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH
By N. HER BE MO NT,
Teacher of the French Language , on Sul live Vs
PRICE jo CENTS.