For the GEORGIA REPUBLICAN.
WHEN rude misfortune's blasts aftail'd
And ali the fpnngs of comfort fail'd ,
Jn k'pe to meet a happier doom ,
The Wanderer left kis native home.
Far fram the friends to him moft dear,
No brother, jijlcr, parent near,
*Mongfiranger 1 , fill comp til'd to ream —
Ah how unlike bis native home /
Put cruel moft from you to part,
O wife and children of his heart ,
Tour memory finks his foul in gloom,
He ftghs toward his native home.
While novel feenes around him rife
Sind nature's beauties greet his tries —
In vain the morning lights the tomb ■--
Idr dft ant is his native home.
Does earth with autumn's fruits abound,
(Jr is it wrapp'd in winter's frown,
Or ch efs'd in jprzng's delightful bloom $
Hefinas not there his native home.
The works of art excite cur p^aife,
Grandeur may admiration raije ;
Bui ott Lcr.eatb the Ip tend’d dome
Ahtn'ry recals our native home*
The feenes when our firft years were past,
*1 he Jheit oh which var toys were plac'd,
Th’ cat we drove around the rcan,
The favorite dog, the native home.
The garden bower the fhelVring fkade,
Vi e wed tid'd field, the ftow'ry mead,
ATe groves whe-e we were went to roam,
A]l call to mind our native home.
The village church, the village green
l'/here oft cur youthful friends wereJeen *
If here to unite in sports we'd come,
All, ail endear our native home.
Paj der. rer far, then better part,
Thou objefl nearest to my heart,
My wtft, my love, of life the firm —
H'bat is to thee, try nat.ve home.
O r t in my fancy art thou fought,
On thou employ'ft my tendtr thought,
C 1 b\ offence does my mind o'er come,
1 weep toward my native home.
Put soon, upon a happier (here,
3 cur IVunder erflops*—to rove no more.
Nr longer then your ahfence mourn'd,
Thoje happy hours Jhall be relum'd,
V hen i within my arms enfold
T h dearer partner of my foul.
llvfwifiye hours till Sally come,
Then / forget my native home.
.V 0 7 1 C E.
nr he subscriber Having received fome thing*
,JL for dying, requells those who brought
th n, to come and get them by paying the
price of his work. He had received two
articles in March iSoo,one in February 1802
if tii-v do not apply for the fame, he will fell
t .on at public Auction for their account, as
he intends to return in one month upon
his oroperty, near the town of Cayes St Louis
iou iu m pans or St Domingo, where he fhal)
be reaciv i<* render his account.
ik Brough ttn ft net
Savannah Odober 16 1102.
Tj>E TWEEN the Cuftorn-houfe, and Mr.
J J Moore’s, by a Negro Boy, a BANK
BE, the owner may have it by
ir, ad paying tor this aJvertifement—lt is
ex, eded the Boy will be rewarded for his
hondty.—Apply at the Custom-house.
Savannah, 11 th October, 1802.
N O T I C E.
ALL Perions indebted to the fuhfcriber
on his former concerns are solicited to
ca.l and pay of their accounts &c. As much
longer indulgence can not be given.
Odober, 16. ts
Healthy Negro Lads, one ofl
“hich would suit a Bachefor as
Cook and House-servant, are for sale
T'n terras that may be known by ap
plying to, -
Oaober 2;. (ts.)
ROBERT o’JOHN BOLTON.
Have received per barque Nixon, captain
Shaw, frolYi Holland,
22 cases tumblers and affertedglafs ware,
2 ditto elegant parlour glaftes,
2 ditto toilet and ether looking glaftes,
1 do. bird cages with glass globes,
’ 44 Pan or cases,
200 pieces white and brown plat ill as,
I case dowlas,
I ditto diaper,
140 pieces Bremen rolls,
24 ditto 9-4 and 10-4 bed ticking ,
1 case bolting cloths, No. 4,5, and 4,
140 pieces Ofnaburgs
60 Ticklenburgs ,
58 Flemiftj fine and ccarfe linen,
1 90 Ravens duck,
100 If ft an linnen,
1 case long lawn,
I do. Flemiftj linen,
1 cases fine and coafte threads , plain and
diaper tapes , bobbin and laces
1 case velvet ribbon and black lace and crape
2 ditto thread and cotton hosiery
5 bales fein and sewing twine, heading,
30 Uamborc andfifiing lines,
coils white rope tines, \
I case window hooks and hinges,
17 casks nails and tacks,
30 boxes o by 10 and 10 by 12 window gifts.
20 tons bar iron, aftorted,
200 ftseets iron gins,
1 o boxes Renijh wine ,
50 pipes gin, fir ft quality
150 empty gin cases
80 kegs fir ft quality gun powder,
60 fowhng pieces and riftss,
40 boxes Edam andGcnda cheefte,
9 Friefland Clocks,
7 elegant porcelain and marble mstntlc-fitet
3 pieces girandoles,
3 bales printing paper,
8 bales wrapping paper,
’ 4000 quills,
20 dozen Jla-tes,
1 box Haerlem oil,
i ditto S pyker balsam,
1 ditto camphor,
5 caffs Pritftan blue, red, and black AW
j ditto lampblack,
20 ditto linseed oil,
100 jugs linseed-oil,
4 dozen waffcl aad water Irens,
1 crate flower pots and stands,
A large quantity of ba.fleets
50 pair quern stones 23 inches
1 ditto mill ditto’ 3 feet
4 ditto ditto ditto 3 feet and 3 inches.
4 ditto ditto ditto 3 feet £nd% inches.
1000 hearth tile.
August 10 t ts
MARS 11 A US S A L E.”
V| r / ILL be fold at the Court-House, in
yy the City of Savannah, on Saturday ihe
3 cth in ft, the
her tackle, apparel and furniture,to fatisfy an
execution in favor of M. Shearer.
G. R. DUKE, Dept. Marsha!.
Odober 16. ,
The Sloop Sally,
INTENDED as a constant tra
der during the winter from this
port to the southern ports of this
state—she has good accommodations for
freight or paflengers. The smallest favor will
be thankfully received. For further’particulars
enquire of Mr. Samuel Howard, or of
Isaac N. Meserve, master, on Board#
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
ST RA YD or STOLEN,
FROM The Commons of this city, on the
ad inftan: the following HORSES, viz.
A large brown BAY, about 15F hands high,
10 years old, trots high, a few’ faddlc spots
near his wethers, a Twitch tail, with both hind
feet white to the fetloock.
A blood BAY, about 15 hands high, 6 years!
old, a final! star m his forehead, trots and can
ters with ease, and hes also a switch tail.
Twenty Dollars will be paid for the Horses
and Thirty for the Thief, with proof equal to
convidion, on their delivery to
’ w aTn r e and.
A CONVENIENT Dwelling-House
in the vicinity of this olftce, the rent
not exceeding 250 dollars, and pofteftion of
vyhich can cegiven in two or three months
from this time.
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AGAINST CHARLES If.
BEFORE JUDGE JEFFREY?.
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c o ndjtio ns.
I. TBIo work will be comprised in three
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per. It will be the pride of tne Publither to present
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11 ie ‘■V tn the firlt V o’ume will be given a Portrait
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:t will not be „cut toprefs, until the fienature of five
hundred names is obtained, to fee u re tne great and
certain expenses of this publication.
Char abler of the i Hull Ac us Author.
1 He was a man ot moft extraordinary courage •
a steady man, even to obftincy sincere, but of a rough
“ and bo ftferous temper that could not bear contradic
“ tion. He seemed to be a chriftian, but in a particu
<c hr form of his
‘ c divine in the mind. He was ftiff to all
Cl republican principles and (u:h an enemy to every
thing, that looked like a monarchy, th3t he set him*
Ct Islf in high opposition agdnft Cromwell, when he
tl was made P'OtefLr. He had ftudiedthe hi/iory 0 f
government in alt its branches, beyond any man I ever
Several manufcriptftreatifes of his In Latin and in,
Italian, and an “ Eilay on various love’* in Englilh,
are ft ill extan* among the papers of his family at
Penfliurft : but his c< Discourses concerning govern
ment’ alone will immortalize his name,and are fuffici.
ent to Supply the lo r s of Cicero’s hx books “ De Re.
pub’ica/* whi h has beer so much regretted bv men
cf sense and probity, In short, it is one of the noblefl
books that e ver the mind of man produced : and we
cannot wish a gca er or more blefling to
:he world, than that it may be every where read, and
its principle* universally rece : ved and propagated.
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For Publifliing by Sabfcription,
A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF TiJO
STATE PAPERS OF THE GENERAL
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED
S TATES ;
Commencing with the Firlt Sen on 0 f -j -
Firlt American Congrcfs, in the v r ‘
of the present Adniiniftration
TO BE ARRANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC. ‘
SUCH cf Ibe State Parers of our Genera!
Government as bare been publtfijed, are n be
found in files cf news-papers inly, and in other
fleeting and attached publications.—Many cf the
utmost importance to the statesman, and intii
penfable to the historic::, nave not appeared in
print. Such, indeed, is the nature ‘of “diurnal
pub.:cat:or,s, and finch are the needy circttmfiances
very generally, if not miverfially, of their ccZ
..alters tacit theyaienecejjyatcd togiveprefercr.c
of admijfion into tbeir journal, cf that ‘fptcies ‘ e e
information by the publication of -which, alone
they obtain necessary support. Hence, regular
and entire files of the large# and befit conducted:
poutiial newspapers do not contain a regular ecu
catenation cf govs:nvaentcil documents • antic
may be fafely added, that files of all the p% t rs
in the Union do no!Yet, if they duljcaltereet
through a bulk of literary matter Jo v aft, it would,
require the life of one man, to colleEi and arrant
them lucid order. Dr. Ram fay infonns i:s’%
°f s Jr‘ eftite to his Uijiory of the Revolution, that
he was feu-years in collebling materials for that
small, but excellent predutfu-n, net witbjlandi
he had access to all the official pagers contain?*
m the various departments of the general govern*
Os the utility of a work that Jhcill emprise
all toe Jit ate papers (the official documents) cf
tbe general government, from and includin'?, th c
memorable congress of 1774,/$ lie end of til r.rg „
Jent adminiftralien , little need be /aid. *The
kis to? ian will find in it prepared to bis hand all
the materials necessary sot writing the history of
‘ae Union, It will fur nfh the Jlatesnlo.lt with a
body of authentic in formation, the under ft an dir*
of which is necejsaryto ccufiiute that exalted cha- and
racier . to cur editors of newspapers,
literary productions vie in excellence with these
of their bretberen in Europe, and who are emu
lous to excel eeico other at Dome,ll wtll be an eji i—
mable work. To politicians of every (eld and
?} Hal, it zvtil oe no less pleofing than infirublive.
In one word, it will of itfeif, form the me(l au
thentic, and, therefore, the best political History
of the United States.
It will require confide?” able ref ear ch, fetich la ltr
and no Jrnail expence to complete the colic El ion.
’"i he editors have, ho wever , Ion? had the
work in contemplation, and much progress in it is
already made. Such of the ft ate papers as laze
never leenpubh(t ed, will be included in it, as well
as teofc which have not, in any Jhape, appeared
before the public,—l bey have made arraugem. > U
which authorise them to assure their fello w-c ; ’M
use ns, that the propofied Collection frail contain ■: c J
the ft ate papers of moment appertaining to gene-,
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