Georgia Republican & State Intelligencer.
Six Hollars a Year, Half in Advance .
Volume I. No. io.
To prevent jbooting in the city of Sdva:i
nah, and the Hamlets thereof ‘.
WHEREAS divers per lons have
of late been in the practice of
shooting in and about the said City,
and the Hamlets and Commons thereof
to the great danger of the peaceabte
inhabitants, and whereby many mif
chiefs have been occaiioned, for reme
Be it Ordained , by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city of Savannah, in
Council assembled, and it is hereby
ordained by the authority of the fame,
That from and alter the passing of this
ordinance, any per foil whatever who
shall fire or Ihoot off any Musket,
Fowling-Piece, Fusee, or Pistol, in
any llreet lane or fljuare, within the
said city or the Hamlets thereof; or on
the Commons appnrter.ant thereto, or
in any Path, Avenue, or Road, leading
to and from the said city, within the
limits and jurifdicfcion of the fame,
(except such firing fliail be on Military
duty, or on Festivals) such person on
convicton thereof before the City Coun
cil, shall forfeit and pay for every such
offence, a sum riot exceeding twenty
dollars, one half to the use of the in
former, the other half to the use of
the said city.
I N counci L,
Savannah, Odlobcr 4, 1802.
CHARLES HARRIS, *****
v LI ay or . *L. S *
ATTEST, 4 *
Jt THOMAS PITT, C C.
HOBERI & JOHN BOLiOM,
Have received per. fitp Columbia from
37 bales firfl quality white and blue plains
1 ditto flannel and baize
$ ditto London dtiffil blankets
7 ditto Bristol, point and role do.
40 pieces blue ftrouds
24 ditto fuperfine broad cloths
*4 ditto ditto caflimere
\ 45 ditto dr b plains
30 ditto ftriptd and spotted elaillcs
29 bales cotton bagging
Jk 4 ditto fail duck
2 caies Iriili Linnen
12 pieces girth webbing
50 dozen romal handkerchiefs
1 ditto cotton counterpanes
9 calks broad hoes
2 ditto grubbing hoes and club axes
2 dozen frying pans
2 calk glue
i dozen corn slopers
1 bale bed ticking
40 boxes 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 crown
. window glals
100 kegs white lead
30 ditto Span;Hi brown
2 tons sheet lead
% dozen tin feales
x case Duffy’s clixer and British oil
and dozen icalc beams from 3to 5 feet iong
500 iron pots and ovens
4000 bulliels of fait
58 calks BJ, tod and 20 J nails
4 calks cutlery and hardware
x dozen cross-cut saws
24 ditto rice and sickies
1 ditto elegant laddies
1 ditto pertm antcau trunks
io pieces durant and bombazette
2 trunks hosiery.
O&ober 12. ts
WANTS A SITUATION,
AS clerk, either in a wholesale, or retail
dry goods store, h young man that writes
an eligible hand, and can be well recom
Savannah, C£ober 15, i2cx.-
j August 16, 1802.
WHEREAS , by a law ts Congress sassed
on the A) t’o day of April iBo:, it was
waited, ‘ f That it fall be the duty of ike Secre
tary of IVar to receives, all claims to lands for
military services, ana claims for duplicates of
warrants ijfued from his office, or ffiom the land
cffice cf Virginia, or cf flats and certificates of
fiirvtys founded on such warrants to
have been lofi or defrayed \ until thefirft day of
January next, and no longer ; and immediately
thereafter to report the tame to Congress, defigna
ting the number of claims cf each dejci iptior. 3
with his Opinion thereon ft
Nonce is hereby given, To all fer/ons
darning lands tor military jervices , that they
mufi lodge in this office , prior to the fin ft day of
January next, documents to prove tne validity ts
Ccnvffiicned officers surgeons and (urge on's mates
or their legal ref relent a trues mu ft j reduce evi
deuce to frove cleat they fervedin the army of the
United States to the end of the war, or that they
were deranged by a rejointi m of Cong re s, whu.- !
did not bar their claim tj military boun.y land .> j
It will also he neceffiary for the rep et'entatives of \
officers<dc killed in service to produce evidence ]
io prove, that the person was “ ft am by the eae- ,
Non - cofhmiffionsd officers, musicians and fri !
vales, cr their legal representatives must produce \
evidence to prove, that they etc lifted to serve in j
the army oi the United States during the waA
end that they aftully terved until the end o f fair
war. It wdl also be necessary for the reprefenf
tatives of officers , &c. wb<
were enlifled during the war and were killed m
the'fervice , to produce evidence to prove that were j
c Jlainby the enemy V
H. DEARBORN \
Secretary o f Wa r .
A BOAT that will cjrry from ten to
twelve Cords of Wood, for which cash
will be given : apolv to.
ABRAHAM D. ABRAHAMS.
Military Agent for tbs
Any person willing to contrad for re.rov
ing the Guns and Carriages &c. iio r, v r.
Telfaiis wharf to the Magazine will pieue to
apply as above.
October 9, 1802. rs
F/N A L NOT i C E.
ALL persons that are indebted .to
the estate cf John Zv.e, dev. .*e deli red to
male; immediate payment, and those sha i de
mands ajainil thar estate, are also deli red :o render
them duly attested, on or bet rerht firr dav f No
vember next,after that tune I (hall apoiy ; %he court
of Ordinary to be dtl'mifled Im.ii the Aj ministra
BALTHASER SHAFFER, Adm’r.
Aueusr 19. 1802.
ALL- persons having any demands aaHnft the
Efta’e of William Weft Fsq. late of \
VJoutity, dect.afed, a.e requested to rtnde r ’ the > -*q
Melirs. J[atie> Si V\ unain Rybeits, at Rjcebu. ‘Ugh
or to the SuTcriber.
NO I ICE.
WE are directed by John Milledge the ex
ecutor of the estate of the late Jacob
iPaldburger to notify to all p rfons w.umver his
prohibition a gain ft hunting on that part cf the Ift
and oj St. Catherine's belonging to toe mi est ate,
being totbe North the Stock having of law been
much lessened by such pralUfe, and cther injury
done and after this noth e will fee! - imf ls bound to
prosecute to the extent of the law , all fer fens
found io violate it.
WILLIAMSON (A MOREL.
Augufl, 28 T SO2.
N OTIC E,
The. Public are hereby cautioned again!
receiving a note dr awn by the fubferiber in
favor of James Read ot Gteen County far fur
Hundred Dollars , dated April is 9 1822, payable
in Ninety days as the payment of the said note
-will be disputed and if brought to court , it will
Ibe made-to appear , that it ought not tc b paid.
j JAMES COCHOAn!
Limerick September, 11 1 802.
SAVANNAH, Printed by LYON & MORSE.
OCTOBER. 27* ISO 2.
A LIKELY Negro boy about 12 years
old for sale low for cash at the Savannah
Shoe S ere.
’ G- TUFTS & Cos.
Will be exchanged for
A TRACT of LAND, about three hundred
acres : one hundred as prime cotton land as
any in Georgia, and situation equal to any in the
ttats: with a good dwelling and out-houses, &c.
immediately on the lalts.
lor particulars, apply to
WILLIAMSON & MOREL.
September io, ISO 2.
TO BE RENTED.
A s°^ lon & ven 071 fir ft day of Qcto
Jr \ next,theStore at prefeut occupied by Mr.
Iho mas M. C. Harris near the exchange.
D. B. MITCHELL.
September ? j. ‘ ts
WANTED TO RENT,
ASUtI ICIENCY of good cotton and Pro
vifm land on or near the (alts, as would
employ about twenty workers and for which the
highest price will be given , aud no objefHon
lad to an advance cf rent. Apply at this
A TRACT OF LAND,
yN FrankiinCounty granted toLeonardMar
i J bury, contain more or less. 1380 acres
; bounded Southwardly by Baker’s land South
prailwardly by Horatio Ma r bury’s land cn ail
| other fidcs by vacant land.
A Trade of land in Franklin County, gran
red to Leonard Marbury, containing more or
Ids, ti jo Acres bounded Northweftwardly
iby Charity Marbury’s land Northeaftwardly
I oy vacant land •, and Southeaitwardiy by Ba
| kcr’s land.
| A Trail in Burk County 350 Acres, on
j : the North fide of Briery Creek j fold by the
Corrrnilfioners of Con bleated Property in
Oflober 9 1802. Mores Wharf.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS.
HAVING rented convenient Stores or-
Harden and Jones’s Wharf (former)
Ci-rkes) offer their fervires to their friend
m l the Public as Fa&ors and Commiflion
BULLEN Cf HARDEN.
Oflober 9, 1802. iw;m.
TT AVE Received from New~York, a frefn
L A a (Tort men tof Plated and Brass Mounted
furniture for harness.
ALSO ON HAND.
Saddles bed Quality, Elegant plated Bridles,
different kinds, Setts of harness placed & Brass
Mounting, Saddle Bags, Portmanteaus, fire
Locketts, Whips, Spurs, Cart, and Waggon
| harness, See. &c. a Variety of other articles
jail of which will be fold low for Cash or the
GLASS Cf SHAFFER.
September 18, 1802.^.
- JACOB IDLER ,
BEGS leave to inform the Merchants
Planters and others that he lias had the
00. nor to obtain a patent from the United
feztes for four different machines for packing
cotton in fejuare bales ; which they execute
in a more compnft and expeditions way than
any hitherto invented ; they will be of a great
utility to the community at large, two of the
said machines a<sl without ferews and arc far
preferable and more expeditious than any
machines with ferews of any dimensions, and
may be worked with any kind ofpower.
N. B. The above machines have been ad
mired by fome of the firft mathematicians in
the United States.
Oclober 9, 1802. ts
THOMAS JAMES, TAILOR ,
INFORMS the Public that be has opened a
jhop on the Bay , near Abercorn Street
where be will execute all orders in bis line in a
nperior manner and on a fteort notice. He
hopes to merit the continued patrtnage of bis em
Savannah, August 29, 18© 2.
Twelve and a Half Cents Sin A* m
3000 DOLLARS REWARD,
.^’ e P a ® ,y Underwriters
V V on the Schoufier Dorchelier
any person or persons who will drae lor a id raife \fm
OihoonerDprchefter Penotfter, T4te mailer, ,b„„,
5°5' 0I 'S t>urtnen Ihe Schooner faded from Tyhee on
the 8 h of August last, about 4 ./cioelt, P. M. bound
for NalTau; at 12 lame night she funk, fuppofej in
rom Io to 15 laihoms water and from to to I2
leagues from the Bar. There is said to be in afr a’l
trunk locked down in the run, 36.0 D ukioons, f„‘_
lureu at bi,SBo Dollar'. A falvaee of one fourth of
all the money recovered by ra fmg'the vessel. will also
be a,lowed in addition to the above reward. Further
tn.orma ton may be had on appi, cation to the 1 rndcr
wnters, in Charleston.
N. B. The printers in Savannah, New-York and
Baltimore, are requested to publith the above.
CUSTOM-HOUSE , District of Savannah.
ANY person willing to engage, to weigh
and keep in their stations, and >n im
pair, tne Buoys that are, or may he provided,
as guides to the entrance of Savannah river,
will early notify in writing to the fublcri
bei, at wnat rare per annum he will per
form the fcrvice.
T HO. JOHNbON, Colle(5lor.
Sept. I? Tivtf.
ran- a Way,
Ii ROM'the lubfcriher, about three months
, ago, a Negro fellow named CHARLES
about five feet two or three inches H-gh.
He is well known throughout the. County
of Liberty and flutters a little when spoken ro,
bowlegged and moft commonly wears large
whifleers. A Reward of Ten Dollars wdi be
given for apprehending said fellow, andfecur
lng him in any jail m thb ilateL that he may
be got at, and a further reward of Fifty Dol
lars, on conviction of h is being harboured by
any w hite person. He is a cooper by trade
and has been seen lurking about Savannah,
and it is more than probable will tn ieavour
follow his trade in a ciandefline manner.
Captains or vends aredifired to be cauti
ous, as he may attempt to make oIF on board
Labev Hall Liberty C tj r.y.
Oflober 9 i.Vq2.
E. HILLS , ”
T | AS Just received on concernment,
ITI at his AurTcion Store, Commerce
Row, a a aflortinent of Low priced
Blue Strouds cafimeres, plains.
Striped Twansdowns, green bale
worlted hole, printed goods,
white humhums, checks, dowlas,
Three Tmall Bales of Coarse
woliens, annd four cases of hats, ailort
i sett of mahogany tables,
I large dining table,
An Elegant fide board,
i Riding chair with plated harness
Jamaica and VV. i Hum in Hhds.
Brown sugar in hhds and blls,
Coifc e in bags,
Excellent lwect oil in boxes
All of which will be Ibid at the mo a
Savannah October j 6, iv3o2. rs
A HOUSE 35 feet by 18 n -i lot of ioo
feet in front and 90 fret eeep situate in
Evcnfburgh William Street, Also a find!
tenement in York flreet applv four doors
from the corner of York and Jefibrfon Street.
Otflober i5. 6t
Just Received from Char left on, ana
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
THE LIFE Or
Late General in chief \ and Governor of the Is
land of Saint Domingo ; with many particulars
never before published : to which is Jubjoinedy
an account of the firft op er aliens of the
under GENERAL LECLE RC.
TRANSLATED FROM THE FREACH
By N. HERBEMONT,
Teacher of the French Language , on Sullivan's
PRICE 50 CENTS.