Georgia Republican & State Intelligencer.
Stx Dollars a. Year, Half in Advance.
Volume I. No. 15.
MERCANTILE fc? MATHEMATICAL
ACAD E M r.
MR. COX., grateful for the kind patro
nage he has iinifonr.lv experienced
lince .he commencement of his Academy ;
his the pleafiire of announcing the liberality
of the honorable the Mayor and Aldermen, in
having granted him another room in the Citv
Hall, in wiiich the >oung ladies will be hence
The youth of either sex being accommo
dated v/ith a different apartment will add
much to the convenience of the Academy,
and contribute to accelerate their (Indies.
fj/F Wanted an Affillant
of suitable abilities, who mult produce un
questionable trftimony of his lbbriety, aifcrc
tion and induftrv.
A French tutor will attend the Academy,
as Icon as fifteen scholars are desirous of llu-
October 27. ( t s.)
3000 DOLLARS RLfVARD,
JCC\> be paid by the Underwriters
VV on tMe Schooner Dorcnelter, to
any perl >n or pcrlons who w ill dray; lor and rail'e the
Schooner Dorcheiter, ILnnifter, late mailer, about
3°l ons rurt r en The Schooner faded from Tybee on
the 8 h ol Aupuft 1 a it, about 4 ’dork, P. M. bound
for N iflau; at 12 lame nign Ihe funk, supposed in
fr*. in id t > 15 (uthoms water and from 10 to 12
Jellies trnm rhe Br. There is laid to be in a fr.aii
t u.- ic locked down in the ru/’, 3640 DoubLons, in
(u ed a. 61,880 Donur?. A lalvaije of one fourth of
all the money recovered by lading the veil'!, will also
be allowed in addition to the ab. ve reward. Further
informa ion may be had on application to the finder
writers, in Chiilefton-
N. B. The pi inters in Savannah, New-York and
Baltimore, areoqueited to publish the above.
FOR NEW-PORT, ‘
The Sloop Tally,
TENDED os a constant tra
during ihe winter from this
iAhnsjEkm port to the lbuthern ports of this
Rite—(lie has good accommodations for
freight or paffengtrs. The fmaile# favor* will
be thankfully received. For further particulars
of Mr. Samuel Howard, or of
Isaac N. MeSgßve, mailer, ou Boaru.
October 23, 802.
I ii O M v S a;ul L U ±J E V,
Tail rs and Ladies 9 Habit-Makers,
RES' ’ ECI FuLLY inform the Got
tiemen uni Ladie* cf Savannah, and it r
vicinity, that they have commenced b a fin e/s in
tbs house neatly adjoining the Li A] VERSA L
SHDii-S l ORE, wo. re they intend carrying
en the bufin/s in ail its various branches “ and
vewsft fajhims: Those Gentlemen and Ladies who
zvnt pi case to favor them with their custom, may
rely on toeir having work none with neatness and
Nov, 3, 1802, fjr ,J
JACOn IDLER ,
BEGS leav'e to inform the Merchants
1 iiinters anti otners that he has had the
honor to obtain a patent from the Uniied
Staccs for four different ma *hines for packing
Cotton in square bales ; which they execute
in a more compact and expeiitious way than
any hitherto invented ; t ley will oe of a great
utility to tr.e community at large, two of the
laid machines ad without ferews and are far
prcfcraoic and _ more expeditious than any
machines with lerews or any dunendons, add
fnay be v. orKed with an v mo i or power.
N. B. 1 tie above mac runes nave been ad
mired by lame of the fir# mathematicians in
the United States.
October 9, 1802. t s
A S )RREL HORSE,
WAS found yeiterda •, in a swamp, in
White-Blnir D.ibier, faflened in a
trong manner to a tree, ard apparently in a
very Itarving conditio*. He is .viout 14
hands high, has a white break in h?s forehead,
no brand, but exhibits the marks of the collar
and the saddle.
The owner is requeued to cal!, pay charges
and take him awav.
’ JOHN BAILLER.
• White-Bluff, Oflober 28, xSoz,
Augufl 16, 1802.
WHEREAS, by a law cf Congress passed
cn the 26 tb day cf April 1802, it was
enabled, “ That it fhail be the duty of the Secre
tary of lFar to receives , all claims to lands for
military services, and claims fur duplicates cf
wan ants issued from his office, or from the land
office of Virginia, or of plats and certificates of
furvtys founded cn such warrants suggested to
have been left or destroyed } until the firft day of
January next, and no longer’, and immediately
thereafter to report the fame to Congress, designa
ting the number of claims of each defer ip t ion,
with his opinion thereon ft
Notice is hereby given, To all persons
claiming lands for military Jervices , that they
must lodge in this office , prior to the firft day of
January next, documents to prove the validity of
Ccmffioned officers,furgeetts and (urge on's mates
or their legal reprejentatives must produce evi
dence to prove that they fer ved in the army of ihe
United States to the end of the war, or that they
were deranged by a resolution of Congress , which
did not bar their claim tj military bounty lands
It wiH also be neceffiay for the repr elent at ives of
officers (Ac. killed in fer vice to produce evidence
to prove, that the person was “ stain by the ene
hon-commifjioned officers , must dans and pri
vates, or their legal representatives must produce
evidence to prove, that they cn lifted to jerve in
the army of the United States during the war
and that they a dully jerved until the end off aid
war Jt will afo be necsfj'ary for the represen
t a lives of non-commifftoned officers , (Ac. J who
were enlisted during the war and were killed in
the lervtce, to produce evidence to prove that were
c< /lain by the enemy.”
Secretary of War.
A BOAT that will carry from ten to
twelve Cords of Wood, for which cufh
will be given : apply to.
ABRAHAM D. ABRAHAMS.
Military Agent for the
Any person willing to contra-ft for remov
ing the Guns and Carriages See. from !V)r.
Telfairs wharf to the Magazine will please to
applv as above.
October 9, ISO 2. t s
Savannah, November ist, 1802.
RESOLVED, That the refolu ions refpec
tmg the quarant ne of veffds arriving from
Baltimore and Philadelphia, be entirely luim
pended from this day.
Ex trad from the imnutes.
THOMAS PIT T,C. C.
ALL persons having any demands rhe
Efh e of William Weft Esq. late of Liberty
L .unty, dectafed, are reouefted to render the fame re
Meins. James & T A iiliam Roberts, at
or to the Sual'criber.
Sunburv, August, 19 1802, 4^
P- Public are hereby cautioned a gain ft
j[_ r e caving a note dr awn by thefubferiber in
favor cf James Read of Gi ecu County for four
Hundred Dollars, dated April 15, 1802, payable
in Ninety days as the payment of the said note
All be disputed and if brought to court, it wil
be made to appear, that it ought not tc be pa ; d.
Limerick September, 11 i3q2.
F O U N D,
BEIWEEN t:ie Cuftom-hoiile, and Mr
Moore’s, by a Negro Boy, a BANK
NO TE, the owner may have it by deicribing
r an jJ Paving f } r this advertifement—lt is
expected the Boy will be rewarded for his
honesty.—Apply at the Custom-house.
Savannah, nth October, 1802.
OF cne Republican Fusiliers, is ready for
delivery to the members at this ©dice.
SAVANNAH, Printed by LYON (A MORSE.
NOVEMBER 13, 1802.
Officers his Jervices to his friends and the
public, in the
Factorage, Vendue, and
As he means to confine himfelffir idly to the above
bufmefs, he flatters himfelf he Jhall be able to give
fatisfadion to thole who may employ him.
JOSEPH ARNOLD, Commerce Row.
Jufti eceivedf cm Baltimore,
100 Barrels Superfine
f l o IJ R.
Which will be fold for Cufh or Notes at 60
clays. Apply to
JOSEPH ARNOLD, Commerce Row.
November 3, 1802.
THOSE who wish to purchase
from the Subscriber, please observe,
that four Dollars per dray load is the price.
November 6 1802. (iwßw)
A HOUSE 35 feet by 18 an a lot of 100
feet in front and 90 feet deep situate in
Evenfourgh Wiiliam Street, Also a final
tnement in York ftreec apply four doors!
from the corner of York and JefFerfon Streets.
October 16. Cz
WANTED TO RENT,
ASuIFICIENCTof good cotton and Pro
vfion land on or near the falls, as would
employ about tweny workers and for which the
highest pr ice will be given, and no objedicn
bad to an advance cf rent . Apply at this
WE are direded by John MUledge the ex
ecutor of the estate of the late Jacob
Waldburger to notify to all persons whatever his
prohibition again ft hunting on that part of the lft
and es St. Catherine's belonging to the said estate.
being tothe North the Stock having of late been
much lessened by such pradife, and other injury
done and after this notice will feel himfelf bound tc
prosecute to the extent of the law, all persons
fotind to violate it.
WILLIAMSON (A MOREL.
Augufl, 28 1802.
Wilt 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 rhe
date: with a good duelling and out-houses,
immediately on the salts.
For particulars, apply to
WILLIAMSON & MOREL.
September 10, 1802.
TO BE RENTED.
AND poffejfion given on the firft day cf Octo
ber next,the St ore at prefer, t occupied by Mr
Tnomas M. C. Harris near the exchange.
D. B. MITCHELL
AL.L Persons indebted to the fubferiber
on his former concerns are solicited to
call and pay of their accounts S:c. As much
longer indulgence can not be given.
October, 16. t s
I THOMAS JAMEU TAILOR,
the Public that he has opened a
ftbop on the Bay , near Abercorn Street
where he will execute all orders in his line in a
nperior manner and on a ftjort notice. He
hopes to merit the continued patronage cf bis e::i
T. JAMES .
Savannah, Augufl 29, 1832,
Twelve and a Half Cents Singt-
ON Tueldav the 7th Day of December
next will be fold, by public Auction
at the Court House in this City, between the
hours of 10 and 3 o’clock a Horse fiddle and
bridle leized as the property of John Dews.
THOs. NORTON S. C. C.
November 6, 1802.
ALL persons who have anv lea claims
on the SCHOONER BETSEY, fold
oy the Marshal, will prelent thei r accounts at
November 3, ISO 2.
JAMES M. WILLSON.
INFORMS his Fiends, and the Public, that
he has opened an OFFICE at his house
near the Court Houle, where, he draws
INSTRUMENTS of writing,
of any, and every delcription, with accuracy
November 6 1802. ( t s)
CUSTOM HOUSE, District of Savannah.
ANY person willing to engage, to weigh
and Keep in their stations, and in re
pair, the Buoys tnat are, or may be provided,
as guides to the entrance of Savannah river,
will early notify in writing to the fob fen
qer, at what rate per annum he will per;
oral die fer vice.
THO. JOHNSON, Collrftor.
Sc pu 17’ 2awcf.
To MERCHANT S.
A person in the Mercantile line, fettled at
a small village in the country, where hufiness
may be done to great advantage, is desirous
of a Partntr who can advance Four thou
sand Dollars in Cash or Dry Goods, well laid
in to that amount, or would no o >jc6U >n
to being concerned wnli a larue importing
wholesale house which would fippiy nfil
assortments at cod and charges.—lll cTe of
a partner who would reside on the spot, he
can be accommodate 1 with the family, who
are pofTVfTed of necefTary conveniences.—Far
further particulars on this folded, enquire of
the printer, and address a few lines as they
iVovember 2, 1802.
J3 Y she Brig Eienor fro r> Boston coo pair
I & bed quality Negro Shoes at the Savannah
G. TUFTS, (ACo.
November 6. (4!)
C H E A P.
AN Unexpircd Ueafe of a house and lot in
Broughton ‘Street just below Abercorn Street
which now rents for 150 per year. The house
has Jive rooms and two fire places and would
make a good Bearding house, with a small expence
in repairs, the lease has to run upwards of
years Price Three hundred dollars Cash.
A Mare with her foal, wh’ch is about 7
months old to be seen at Mr. Prefect's, P abate f
Price 65 Dollars Cash. Apply to,
F S. MILLER Jeweller.
November 10. ( 3/ law)
WHERE’ AS a commiffionif Bankrupt
cy is awarded, and ilbed forth again#
William T nompfon of Savannah, merchant,
and he being declared a bankrupt, is hereby
required toforrender himfelf to tne confirms
doners in the said comrniffion,named ; or the
major part of them, on the 17th and 24th
days of November, in#, and 00 the 15th of
December next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon
or each day, at the Coffee house in the city of
Savannah, and make a full difeovery anddif
ejofure of his estate and efreifts, when and
where the creditors are to come prepared to
prove their debts; at the second fitting to
choose assignees. And at the la# fitting the
| said bankrupt is required to finifh his exami
nation, and the creditors are to a fie nr to, or
or difienc rro.n the allowance of his certificate.
All persons indebted to laid bankrupt, or that
have any of his effects, .arc not to pay or deli
ver the fame, bur to give notice to
W. B. BULLOCH, Solicitor,