SAVAN N A H,
jy E D N E S D A );
It is i fubicft of enquiry, and of doubt,
whether Mr. Hobby hitnfeif, wrote the re
in irks in the Museum of Friday, or whether
they originated from another hand. If the
find, he rr.uft be his own word enemy; it the
loft, he has bad friends. I o himfelf and
friends, we would pur the following queries.*
Do you deny that William J. r lobby act
ed as editor of the “ Augufl* Herald ?*’
Do you deny that he thus acted wiide poff
mafter a: Augufla ?
D j yon deny that an editor muff have an
<f interest” in the paper, over which he prr
fides, though .t may not be pubbfheJ for his
advantage, norat his lifque r
It is ti r e me public ‘mind was enabled to
form k e conclusion on this fubjefb We
do not v. fn to trifle. We challengt an anfwe
to thtfe out (lions. Silence fnaii be taken as
an admifiion o t the facts. We are no: injefi.
Th j exertion apparent in the lad Auguffa
Herald, to excel in abofe of the adll iniilra
tion, may induce us to notice it when we have
n < e ltd Cure. Does Mr* Ilubby yei edi:c
COM MUNI a I ED.
Di ed, is tills city, on the night of
Monday, the firfb in (hunt, Mrs. Mary
S. Hubert, wife of Grimbail Robert,
the 3 id year of her age ; flic enciureci
17 days illness with ußonlfning fortitude
and met tlie kino- of terrors wPh a man
ifefl: proof of a reconciliation with God.
Her amiable difpoftion rendered her
hoiiib-hokl and domdlic cares truly
pie a fur able ; as a companion, ilie was
i ll meekness and condcfccnsicn ; in con
verfition, (he was always cautious not
t > offend. An even deportment was
her natural qualification ; in afilduity,
she was icarcely rivalled— wo mother
could excel her in tenderness and affec
tion —no wife in finceritty and atten
tion, and to h r servants, flic v,as indnl
pvnt and kind. An husband, and fix
imali children, join with her numerous
acquaintance, to lament her loss.
Dear Scaly thou an gone my Love,
7 o feck a Paradise abo v ;
JR here endlejs frarjes are j Metre ;
JIF hen frail I wake and find me there.”
Happy •was I when thou zuert near,
-My Bo from friend , my comfot ter ;
But xonv I only live to mourn,
My Children's friend \ my comfort gone.
*-TV. , J--TV, , Tr-W,
■ **At >.. - I , *** \ ? *"V ‘ :\'X L
i *ra./:v*f, - w V JL/pl/iu. w
MARINE LIS T.
Brier }Yepfuve, Latham, N- Fork
Sir. I y dia, BN ft, Char le Hen
Lucy, Lawfcn, ditto
Endeavor, V ufrell, Naftan
Mercury, Dry burgh, Ha van nab
Sleep Patty, Cbeiiker, N. Haven
C L E A R E D.
Brig Si. Clair, Grit bin Port Republican
Schr. Anna, Ogden, Cape de P erd
Andrew, Lane after, Jamaica
Saturday arrived here from Nantes, toe brig
Orient, cap t. Kmg, in 45 days: Paferfrrs, Mr,
C. Cachet and Family, Mr. Abraham Twiggs,
Mr. Henry Keeland, Mr. George Lew, and Mr.
C. Bcitard .
OFFICE hours, from J before 9, A. M.
to f before 2, P. M.
Savannah, 15th October, iScz.
A BOAT that will carry from ten to
twelve Cords of Wood, for which cash
will be given : apply to.
ABRAHAM D. ABRAHAMS.
Military Agent for the
\ Southern Department.
Any person willing to contract lor remov
j.-cr the Guns and Carriages &c. from Mr.
Teiu. ; fs wh us to the Magazine will plezfe to
.applv as 10ve -. ~
Gflobcr o, i§o2. “
wanted to hire,
By the month, a Cooper, to vror* j
on a Rice Plantation. Enquire of
the editors ot this paper.
By his Excellency Jos:ah TattMall, ftinior,
Governor and Commander in Chief of the Ar
my and Navy of this state, and of the Mili
A PROCLAMATION .
HAVING arranged and call up the vote
of such counties as hive made return c*
the elections, held on the fourth day of Octo
ber, inffant, for persons to represent this (tatr
in the Hoofed Rcprefentatives of the Unite*.
States, agreeably to an act of the General
Assembly, passed the fifteenth of June, eigh
teen hundred and two —and it appearing that
John Mil ledge, David Meriwether, deter
Early and Sa .uiel Hammond, Efquirrs, have
the hi: held number of votes. I have though;
dr to issue this my proclamation, notifying the
ian'.e, in order that the fa and John Mil-edge,
Davtd Meriwether, Fe r er £a lv, and Saaiuci
Hammond, rr-av fi }.nifv the ac; eptance c-r
reioful oftiieir laid appointments, aii - adduce
the requ.lifts i>;. -aw require 1.
G.ven under my hand, and the Great
Seal of the Hate, at the Suit Home, in
Laidfviile, this twenty uxth day < f Gcu,-
ber, in the year of oar Lord one 1 Yo.-.i ; . ■,
eight hundred an * tv. ), and of d.e 1
pendence of the United Starts ot Au.cra.ri
tlie twen ydhvrinli.
JOVIAH TATTNALL, jur/r.
By the Govern or,
Horatio Marbury, Secretary cf Stale,
GO D tA V A 1 M l S!A’ 1 : .*.
An aggregate amount of the votes
: ach candidate, f r a feat m the El ;ui- of and •
piefenutives of the United Sren.s, m u. 1 -
counties tinoughout the jlate, except dry n
and ETnUum :
10l j: in M;lWe.r, - S 1 40
Gen. David Meriwether, - 77
Feter Early, FkpEe, -7:. o
Cos 1 . Sam 1;e 1 H x -v: 1 rond, - 47 s
jofeph Bryan, Ekjuire, - 440-
Col. Francis Willis, - - 310
Matr.iew M f Aliifver, Fdqume, - 24.- a
>.UT7A*^r w> +uu wv **.•*%*■ •* v- rt'V*; 1 ’*"*?**• -1 > y
FOR P. OS T 0 N,
7H E ST A UNC II BRIG
■4 ~rC" ! -
£?:crSV oRIE N TANARUS,
‘■.vr v *r
TT’ING, Maficr, will be ready to receive a
CARGO in three and will be dis
ycitc ve and 171 1 ctt daj .
For terms of freight apply to HEN RT KNEE
LAND &co Morels IVbarf, or to is'lL.N'j
M A UR ICE, Tt If aiAs iFharf.
Nov 2, 1 So: (iwa
T H O M A S and CODE Y,
Tail-rs and Ladies’ H Fit- Axkefs,
Tl F.SPUCI r'ULLY info Ac G\??~
]L\ tlemen and Ladies of Savannah, and Us
vicinity y that they cave cDh-uneaceJ ■■•ufinefs in
thehoufe nearly adjoining the UNIVERSAL
SHOE-S i ORiS, where they inte'-d earning
on toe tnjin-js i;i all it, j various or an c css and
, newest faftoions: Tbcfe Gentlemen and L ues who
will pi case to favor them with then cufivtu may
rely on their Waving work done with ntainejs and
Nov, 3, ISO 2. (
EGS leave to inforu the Merchants
jMp Planters and others that ne lias ii a) the
nonor to obtain a patent from the Uni e.i
States for four different ma- bines for packm ‘
Cotton in square bale. ; which they csecur.
in u more compact and expeditions wiy id.n
any hitherto invented j thee will be o f a great
utility to the community at large, rwo or the
laid machines adt without fevews and are far
preferable and more expeditious dun any
machines with ferews of any dimenhons, aiu
may be worked with any kind of power.
N. B. The above machines have been ad
mired by lome of the firll mathematicians in
the United States.
October y, 1802* ts
7 HE SUBSCRIBERS.
HAVE Received from New-York, a frefli
assortment of Plated and Brais Mounted
furniture for harness.
ALSO ON HAND.
Saddles belt Quality,, Elegantpiated Bridles,
different kinds, Setts of harness plated & Brass
Mounting, Saddle Bass, Portmanteaus, fire
Bucketts, Wh-ps, Spurs, Cart, and Waggon
harness, &c. &c a ATriety cf o:her articles
all of which will be fold low for Calh or the
GLASS csf SHAFFER.
September i3, 1802.
■ NOTIC E.
A t.L Persons indebted to the subscriber
on his former concerns are foiicited to
call and pay cf their accounts c:c. As much
lonc-er indulgence can no: be given.
° JOHN GLASS, j
October, 16. ts
This day, at halfp aft nine o’ dock, tv ill be
fold on Mess . Lor in g leaver o Cos.
9 Bit;idles Hay,
JOSEPH ARaVOLD, Auct.
On Friday the frh la ft ant before the
I endue Store, Commerce Row,
Suadnes Wet & Dry Goods, as usual.
On MONDAY the B ih infant at te n
o’ clock, will be fold cat Dennis and
INilhands Wharf, to close sales.
30 barrels Sugar,
10 hhds. ditto,
5 ditto IF. 1. Rum,
5 ditto Jamaica, ditto.
5 ditto MHa/cs,
10 Loves Havaunah Sugar,
( Cheat ions—All funis under 100 dollars
■'afb ; all over if:at j urn, notes at 60 days,
v “ i h ay oro ved en.!or(crs .
F. HILLS, Au ft ionecr.
Ilv v'em her 7, 1802.
T FAS Tull received on consignment,
fr JE his Auction Store, Coimuercf
Tw, an aSbrcment cf Low priced
Blue Strouds cafimercs, plains,
Striped Avansdov/ns, green baze
V, orlled hole, orinted goods,
■ o 7
white humiiuins, checks, dowlas,
r i nree small Bales cf Coarse
woolleiis, and four cases of hats, afTort
I felt of mahogany tables,
CT J J
I large during table,
I x ■ La. iCd U |
An Elegant fide board,
1 Hiding chair with plated harness
Jamaica and W. i Rum in 11 lids.
iSrovvn sugar in iihds and blls,
Coffee in bags,
Excellent sweet oil in boxes
-ill of which will be fold at the in oft
Savannah October i5, 1802.
On Wednesday next, November gd, at 10
o'clock, will lz sold, at T. M. Woodbrid-eb
late A"Ction Store, Bolton’s whak p, well
deserving the attention cf Shopkeepers and
; Country Traders, a fresh assortment cf
CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES,
F I Z.
30 doz. men’s and women’s plain cotron hose,
8 duz. men’s white and black fiik do.
Silk G oves,
5 doz. women's white Sz flefii colored gloves
i 5 doz. fiik and worked,
1 doz, cotton night caps,
to pieces 3-4 and 7*B wide linen,
iO pieces 7-8 wide cotton and linen,
10 pieces 9-8 wide Itriped cottons
59 p cces 4-4 wide,
38 diaper table cloths, 7-4, 3-4, S-10,
1 piece huckaback,
14 cutts 2 yards each of cloth and
3 do. 6 do. do. cafilmer, different colors,
12 fine printed Marleilles quilting,
24 do. muslir.er,
1 India & corded dimity, and embroidered,
3 tamboured marseiiles,
12 setts falhionable fancy gilt and plated,
Quantity of sewing fiik and twill,
5 pieces tambour colonade rnuslin,
4 do. japaned, jaccnet and book do.
3 doz. men’s bed black beavers,
1 do. do. do. (do.) chip under,
3 do. children's and youth’s, different colors,
40 boxes mould candles,
43 do. chocolate,
jo do. soap ; with a variety of other articles .
A N D,
an hhds. fUft proof Rum, a: a credit of four
J. P. WILL’ AM SON, Auct'r.
FRESH FLOUR. 1
Juftreceivedfrom Baltimore ,
100 Barrels Superfine
FLO U EL
Notch will ot fold for Ca/h or Notes at 60
days. Apply to
_ JOSEPH ARNOLD, Con merce Row.
~November ;, Iho 2.
Offers his Jcrvices to his friends and the
public, i;t the
Factorage, Vendue, and
As he means to confine bimfelf flrittiy to the above
bufnicfs, he flutters bimfelf be frail be cbm to give
jdtisf action to those who may employ him
JOSEPH ARNOLD, Commerce R cw .
N uric e,
‘MFV/E Public are hereby cautioned again ft
1, r eceivihg a note drawn by. thej abler]bo in
favor of James Read of 67 een County fr r four
Hundred Dollars, dated April 15, 1802, payable
in Ninety days as the payment of the said nose
will be disputed and if brought to court, it veil
be made to appear, that it ought not ic be a : d
Limerick September, 11 1802.
ALL persons hav-n-r any ilfmnnds agaift the
Li} a e ot Wiliiam Weft psq. Lie of Liberty
County, dcntafetl, are rcqu.'feu rcnJer the f-me r o
Mefiis. James tc AV ii’iatn Robert?, at Riocuorou
v r to the Suofcriber.
Stinbury, Acguft, 19 1S0?.,
L 0 S T~
ON Wcdnefiay evening lafl, between the
and Barnard ilreer, a lmali Gold
Watch, whoever finds the Lime, and wfj de
liver it ro the fubflriber, at his rehclence, cor
ner ofß rnard street, ihuth common, /hail oe
Offooer 23 1832. 3:
FOU N D
A CORKSCREW of a curious confiruc-
Also a large door key, apparently te
iong ing to a valuable lock. Twe owners
will edquire at this office.
1 O 1
A HOUSE 35 feet by 33an a lot of ico
/ 4 feet in font and 90 feet deep (ittuke in
pvea(burgh William Street, Aifo a foeJl
bnemen: in York llreec apply four doots
rom the corner of York and Jv.-fivrfon Streets*
Oflober 16. f,t
wanted jlsluurr t
A SUFFICIENCT of good cot ton and Prc-
Jf\ vijion land on or rear the taits, as would
employ about twenty workers and for which the
. high est price will be given, and no objection
bad to an advance of rent. Apply at this
Will be exchanged for
IIL GaOh. S.
A TRAC r of LAND, about three hundred
L aCfes •* one hundred as prime cortcn land as
any in Georgia, anu situation equal to any in the
ft ate: with a good dwelling and otit-houfes, See.
imme-iia eiy on the fairs.
For particulars, anr-ly to
WILLIAMSON & MOREL.
September to, 1 b'o2.
NO ! ICE.
\V’T & are trebled h John Milledge the ex -
W’ ecu tor of the est ate of the late Jacob
IVaid burger to notify to all p- rfons wha; Las
prohibition a. gain ft hunting on that part oft the ft]-
and cf St. Catherine's belonging to toe jail e,iate y .
being tolhe North the Stock having cf iate been
much lessened by fucb practije, and other injutv
done and after this noth e will feel Hmjelf bound to
profecutc to the extent of the law, ail per jo ns
found to violate it.
WILLIAMSON & MOREL.
A TRACT OF LAND,
IN’ Franklin County granted toLeorardM.tr
burv. contain more or Ids. 1580 acres
bounded Southwardly by Baker's land South
cafrwardiy by Horatio Ma r 'oury’s land on all
other Tides by vacant land.
A Traci ofland in Franklin County, gran
ted to Leonard Marbury, containing more or
lels, 1150 Acres bounded North weft wardly
by Charity Marbury’s land Northeafhvardlv
by vacant land sand Southcaiiwurdiy by Ba
A Traci in Burk Coun r y 350 Acres, on
the North fide of Briery Creek ; laid by rhe
Com mi Toners of Conftfcated Property ia
Oflober 9 :So2. ‘ Mores Wharf.