:i nr iv he Gen th.u 12,024 dollars, out o* f
oaid in MaftacuieLU were lcv.eu
>969 chains and 49 chair*, ?X three dollars
2.:u The reeder knows tine these rre gene
rally articles of convenience a*l i comfort >
Tiber than luxury ; and thev were 1 abject lo
an equal tar, vith out any dilcrimination be
tween the bed and the poorest, the mo ft lux
urious and the moll ordinary.
Having appropriated the fun of seven mil
lion three hundred thou land dollars annually
to the payment of the imcrdc and gradual
ext nguifhment of the principal or the national
debt, the prefrnt admirfftr ation have made
die following tctrcnclimcuis in the public ex
[Here follows aftatement which has already
appeared, making the retrenchments amount
to 1,021,55? dollars.]
Ir followed that so ne of the public burthens
might bed fpenle l with. T e externa] re
vevenue derived from i npo'ls& tonnage.col-
Ecled in comparatively few places, and of
few persons, a f an expence of less than five
per cent, and by a set of officers who m i r
was necessary to ictain in ferviece : and the
interna! revenues, derived from another set of
collected by a different set of officers, at
at an ex pence of fifteen per cent, were before
them for fblefi. ion, & which ought to nave been
preferred ? The dunes on bit, on bohea tea,
on brown fjgar be coffee were comprehended
in the impost ; were hud by rhe fir ft congress,
and from time to time increased by i’ubfc
ouent laws have been collected at a final! ex
pence, and with a ceitainty net applicable to
the inturnai duties. A reduction offo much’
of thehtipoft would reduce the whole expence
of thatfyftern but ve, y little, and not dii hargt
a fingY officer The internal duties on
t( doimeftic diddled ipints and lulls, on refin
ed fug.irs (that A, of American manufacture,
net imported refined Jugars , which are fubjecl tc
to fji impefit duty) on carriages, retailers iicecccs
and llamps upon vellum, parchment and pa
per,” were unco ial in their application to in
dividuals and lutes, vexations in their opera
tion fo.me of them - x. remeiy obnoxious, iomt
ciiredhlv counter ..£bng the policy or duimeftu
manuft.dtures, ethers evaded by coiluhon o;
fraud, moil of them to be col cited in almost
every town inu villa-e in the United States,
req liriug the vigilance of more than four hun
dred officers, and an annual expence of two
hundred and twenty-fcven thousand, four
hundred and thirty-one dollars in their.col
lection ; ujminifhing the rdpelt of oaths, of
fering strong temptations bribary and perjury
and thus corupting the moral, both of officers
h it poflible that a wife and prudent
legifiature should helltate between
them ? is it not obvious, that the whole
if any part, of these internal taxes ought
to be repealed, because a partial repeal
would retain all the collecting officers
and confequcntly increase the expence
of col 1 e fit ion compared with the amount
To]’edit'd ? is it not evident, that the
proposal to repeal the duties on fait, on
brown l’utyar, dec-, was either 211 at
tempt to defeat the repeal of the inter
nal taxes, or a grasp at that popularity
which the majority alfedlto despise
sit down, fellow-citizens, by your
selves, haffifh if polfibie, al! distinctions
of parties, take the statements furniihed
by official documents, make your in
to rest the criterion, and form your
own calculations, camparifons and con
Is there in Mafiachufetts an individ
ual. even if he approved of the system
of patronage, of loaning and taxation,
adopted by the laid adminifixation,
would consent to the continuance of a
burthen lb unequal, and so oppreiiive to
the citizens of this flare ? who can de
r.y the merit of the prelent congress, in
contracting file wants of government,
and lightening the burthens of the peo
ple ? or, who, in fine, can withold his
admiration at the macnanimitty of the
chief magi [irate, in commending a
mcafure which mud diminiih his own
influence and power, while it dilmifies
from public service, and returns to pri
vate fta cions, four hundred active dif
zppointed spirits, to increi le the pro
portion cf his political enemies, and add
to the number and zeal of his calumni
ators? between the calumnies of such a
fa cl ion, and their own true irtereft, the
people now have leilure to decide. In
Torming rite ultimate decision, there is
less need of inutility and refinement
than of candour, common sense and
arithmetical computation. If there is
any certainty in principles, or any de
pendence cn rc.ifioii and experience, the
diicharge 01 e/Tiefs officers, efpcclaliy
of thole c-Ticerncd in the pecuniary op
era dons of government, is effentialiy fa
vorable to freedom and rcpublicanifm.
If two and two make four, if a part L
less than the whole, tlie retrenchment
of unneceudi y public exoences, the cor
refpomlent reduction of public taxes,
and the consequent fimpiitication of oui
public concerns, are (b many points
gained in favor of the people, J el
iow-citizens of Mafiachufettts, themea
lure under consideration is particularly
interesting to us. Jf the repeal of that
unequal lyftem of internal taxes is not
materially beneficial to cur interoft,
calculation is reheat and arithmetic a liar.
for the Georgia Republican.
Mr firs. Lyon & ‘Morfe,
ft Publication has appeared thrdugh
L iu the generous channel of y.our pa
per, recommending the cle&ion of Mr.
M’Alilter, in preference to that of Mr.
Bryan. The claim of the latter, as
recognized by the Democrat, on the
fuifragesof the citizens of Georgia, is
very excenfive. It is generally conce
ded that he is a gentleman of good ta
lents and unimpeachable integrity, and
one who is no Ids firm in his republican
ism than he is willing that it be made
It is further observed that “theelec
tion of Mr. M*Al-.fter will befir promote
the cauie of republic anil m and the public
good. 0 Thus gentleman has ever occu
pied a refpeclable feat inlbciety and is,
in my opinion, a man of incontrover
tible refiiitude, but chat his election will
more beneficially advance the cause of
republicaniTm and the public good, than
if Mr. Bryan was to be defied, ] can
ot readily accede to. If ability, com
bined with many of the moll diftin
guifiled virtues, are fufficientto promote
rep able anilm, rest allured that they
are well centred in Mr. Bryan.
I\ a huh lien.
IV. IS UINGIO if Gel 0 ler 25 ,
A New-York paper flares that a
treaty cf peace bet ween Fr:\ncQ and
die Porte, had befin exchanged and
ratified ;it is dated the 6 Li rhermidor
(26th June.) By ihe third article of
this treaty, the JTence are to enjoy,
in the territories of the in hi fine Porte,
every privilege enjoy ed by any other
power, 7 he French nation is moreo
ver entukd to the free and uninterrupt
ed navigation of tFI Back sea, with all
the privileges and protection of mer
chant vefiels navigating that sea, In
return, a reciprocity of privilege is
qivfen to Ottoman (hips in ports of the
b ench republic ; the Republic and the
Forte, mutually guarantee the integri
ty of their refpeftive poflefhcns.
Married, on Wilmington island, the
loth Oilober by the Rev. Robert Smith
Mr. ( harlrs 0 ding fills Screven, to Mrs.
Lucy Wilmington Jones.
M A R I N E LIS T.
E N T E R E D.
Schooner Fat fey, Finder, Najfaii.
Sloop Rachel , Brecon, Char left on ,
Friend fib, Mafilers, Tnrks IJland.
C L E A R E D.
Brig Kepi :tne, Clapp , Baltimore.
Schooner Endeavor, Rujjel, New-Providence.
WANTED TO HIRE,
BY the month, a Cooper, to work
on a Rice Plantation. Enquire of
die editors of this paper.
W E T NU R SE,
ft WET Nurd* without a child to tc
hired enquire at tliisofnce.
r\* * p 1 C-
J l if Arrived, tfi fitful, qiz board the j'i r.
er B a fey, now lying at L after s wharf,
a number cf articles , viz.
Apples, cider, potatoes, stone-lime
beets, carrots, onions, walnuts, oats,
white cak plank, cab bin bread, pickles,
Tree boats, white beans, butter, a few
barrels n. e. rum, two pipes gin,
twelve bundles of hay and a number of
William Br : wn .
Nn\ 11 .
S A WINNAH SHOE STORE
THE Subfcrihers having; purchased the
Stock of Shoes and Boots advertised by
Mr.Reuben Pearce together with ether late
arrivals are enabled to offer for fulc tiie rrott
gen- ral and elegant aftertment af Boots and
Shoes of every deferption that was ever offered
for bale in this ‘City which will be fold at
their iifual low prices also iyoo pair of
Negro S .oes.
G. TUFTS Sz Cos.
November, 13, I2 ( t s)
THE LAST OF THE EDITION.
Ed S T R E C E I V E D.
And for file at this office.
A number cf copies of “ Proofs of a confpi
raev, against Chnftianity, and the Govern
nentof the United firares j exhibited in fevcral
vve-ws of the union of Church and State in
BY ABR AH AM BISHOP.’*
THofe who would wifli to poftefs this excellent
work, are lequefted to call soon, as the few
copies op hand, constitute the whole of those
unibldin the United States.
(Price one Dollar.)
P ROPOSALS ,
Tor .printing by Subjcrifition , that beautiful
POEM, ent it led the
it will contain 148 Imali duodecimo pages,
prated on fine white paper, with anew
It Aval! be nearly bound and lettered, and
cinvered to [ub.cribers, at fifty cents
1 hc*e who fuberibe for fix copies, ffiail b
era 1 tied to a seventh gratis.
As him as 300 copies are fubferibed for it
fnJll be printed.
Those gentlemen who are entrusted the fub
lcnpnun papers are requested to forward
them to Luther Prat, in Suffield, by the
firPt of December next.
Su field, Conn. October 15 1802.
TO thoie who have have perused this
poem, any encomiums upon its merits,
are ur ecellary • to thoi'e who h .ve nor, we
can with jalhce observe, that the harmony
fiy e, chaitity of its ientiments, and the
justice of its remarks, secures it an admirer
m every reader of judgement and taste.
While it affords delight, to the fchohr , by
us erudition, it is no less pleasing to the far
mer, who on ics page will find him clef in
miniature, I and his farm in Jandfcape.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE’
ON Thwfday the 25 in ft the wharf occupi
ed by fidhert Mitchel will be fold at pub
I HE SCHOONER MARGARET,
, grLffi With all her apourtenances.
the Cargo of the laid Schoner
Confiifting of thirty nine logs and 15 pecies
mahogany fcantling and about five tons log
The Sales vo commence at 11 o’clock
JOSEPH ARNOLD Auft.
THE STALLS or the MARKET,
IN IFdrren IVard will bs fold on Monday the
lid Infant at ip o'clock, by order of Council.
JO HN GLASS , Com millee.
hours, rom [ before 9, A. M.
9 tt> fi before 2, M.
1-01 , t /Qi 1 or,
THE (hunch well failing
BRIG ORI E N TANARUS,
(Laying at Telfair’s wharf)
carry 2.50 bales cotton under
-is not two years old and
may be lent on a voyage with little
or no expence. For terms apply to BEN
JAMIN MAURICE, or
HENRY KNEELAND Sc Cos.
November 9 4c 14
HAVE Just received from France a variety
of silks which will be fold on reafonalbe
terms. They have also on hand.
AN aflbrtmcnt of Groceries which will be
difpoled of at reduced p>rices.
November 10 6r T *>
r’TMJOSE indebted to Grimball Robert,
± are requested to make payment withl
out procraltination. Should any demand ex
ifl against him in this date, or otherwise, he
Itopes it wifi be made known, as he if; not ap
prized cf a r.y.
Having experienced a recent loss in his fa
mily, which operates against a continuance in
h.s prefect line of business ; he expedls to de
cline the fame and remove to South-Carolina.
I hole who have favored him with their
friendly and punctual dealings, will pleaic
accept ms moti gieatful thanks for the lame .*
but no further credit can be allowed.
November 10. (4O
iV A iv* / is D.
p ift JANUARY,
A PERSON who is well acquainted With the
AFX. culture of Celt on and Management cf negroes
to take charge of thirty hanch on the Island of
Op abate, to such aperfm producing good recommo- •
dation liberal w ages will be given, a Single max
■will be prefered.
WILLIAMSON id MOREL.
November 10 pyp
Public are cautioned against tr?d
ing for or receiving in pav two Notes
of a hundred doilirs each payable at sixty
and nintey *.iays, dated in August last given
by tiie fublcnber to Peter Knight mow in St
Marys as laid Knight has since that date be
come indedted to me.
November 10 1802
TO L E 7
A CONVENIENT two fit cry House,
1 Ward,at present occupied by Mrs,
Jqv/co. Pofieffion may be had the fir ft of De
cember next for terms apply to.
November 10. ffiawrf)
THE Four Per foils that up set end broke
my Carton Monday night the 8 ift ant
are requested to have the fame repaired without
delay, which will prevent further trouble,
November 10. ( f )
~ DAVIS fc? VANAUSDOL,
Painters, Glaizcrs, & Gilders.
JfP ESPECTFULLY inform the inhabi-
JCV tants cfSavannah and its vicinity, that
they now carry on the business in all its vari
ous branches, at their (hop in Broughton
Street, formerly occupied by Me srs. Butler
oc Muce, where all orders will be thankfully
received, & executed with neatnels and dft
NB. for sale two elegant carriages, at
the above Iho;?.
November to. ( ,Iff)
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-bury’s land on all
‘ether sides by vacant land.
A Trafl of land in Franklin County, gran
ted to Leonard Marbury, cencainmg more cr
iefs, 1150 Acres bounded North weft ward ly
by Charity Marbury’s land Northeaftwardlv
by vacant land 5 and SourhcaUwardly by Ba
A Trafil in Eurk County 350 Acres, or*
the North fide of Briery Creek lold by the
Commiftioners of Canfifcated Property in
Oftober 9 1802. Wharf,
| C HATH /i MRaNG ER S,
THURSDAY next being our regular
parade dav, and General orders of the
nth September last, being now counterman
ded, you arc, therefore, ordered to appear in
complete uniform, armed and accoutred,
agreeable to to rule, at the Drill Yard, halt
)pa ft 3 o’clock, P. M. cn laid day.
By order of the Cap!fin.
THUS. BEGGS, First Serjcantw
rrove *. ber to.