Georgia republican & state intelligencer. (Savannah, Ga.) 1802-1805, November 13, 1802, Image 4
R OTiF.RT & JOHN BOLTON, lltvt rtceiv(d per. fo'p Columbia , from : Liverpool, %"] br.’es firft qualify white and blue plains : diro flannel and baize $ c! no London duffll blankets 7 ditto Br.ftol, point and role do. 40 pieces blue ftrouds 24 ditto fupei fine broad cloths 14 dirro ditto cafljinere 45 ditto drab plains 10 ditto striped and spotted elafcics 29 bales rot ton bagging ; 4 ditto fail duck 2 cales Irlfh Linnen 12 pieces girth webbing 30 dozen romal handkerchiefs 1 ditto cotton counterpanes 9 calks broad hoes 2 ditto grubbing hoes and club axes 1 dozen frying pans 1 cask glue 2 dozen corn slopers 1 bale bed ticking 40 boxes 3 by 10 and 10 by is crown window glals too kegs white lead 30 ditto Spanifli brown 2 tons fliert lead jt dozen tin scales 1 case Duffy's elixer and Britifn oil V dozen fcalc beams from 3 to 5 feet long with weights 500 iron pots and ovens ,4000 fcuflieis of fait 5* casks Bd, lod and 2od nails 4 casks cutlery and hardware 1 dozen cross- cut saws 24 ditto rice and sickles 1 ditto elegant fiddles 2 ditto portmanteau trunks to pieces durant and bombazettc 2 trunks hosiery. October 12. ts K.OBER T 6’ JOHN BOLTON. Have received per barque Nixon, captain Shaw, from Holland, 22 cases tumblers and asserted glajs ware , 2 ditto elegant parlour glares, 2 ditto toilet and other looking glasses, l do. bird cages with glajs globes , 44 liquor cases, 200 pieces white and brown plat ill as, I case dowlas, 1 ditto diaper, 140 pieces Bremen rolls , 24 ditto 9-4 and 10-4 bed tickings 1 case bolting cloths, No. 4, 5* aTi^ 140 pieces Ofnaburgs 60 Ttcklenburgs, 8 Flemijh fine and ccarfie linen, j-o Ravens ‘lucky 200 Hejflan linnen , 1 case long lawny 1 do, Flemijlo linen, 2 cases fine and ccarfie threads, plain and diaper tapes, bobbin and laces 1 case velvet ribbon and black lace and crape 2 ditto thread and cot ion hosiery 5 bales fein and sewing twine. Loading, 30 Hamboro and fijbtng Lines, coils white rope lives, 1 case window hocks and hinges, jy casks nails and tacks, jo boxes 8 by :o and \oby 12 window glajs, 20 tens bar iron, afiforted, 200 ftseets iron gins , 10 boxes Remit wine, 50 pipes gin, firft quality empty gin cases 80 kegs ffft q ualily gun powder, j 60 fowhug pieces and rifles, 40 boxes Edam ana Gonaa cheefie, 9 Friefiland Clocks, 7 elegant porcelain and marble wantis-fiece clocks , 3 pieces girandoles, fi 2 bales printing paper, *8 bales wrapping paper, - 4000 quills, 20 dozenfia.tes, j box Haerlem oil, i ditto S pyker balsam, 1 ditto camphor, 5 cajks Prujjian blue, red, and black lead ground oil , i ait to lampblack, 20 ditto linseed oil, 100 jugs Unfeed oil, 4 dozen wajfsl aid water irons % l crate flower pots and fiands, A large quantity of bajkets 50 pair quern ft ones 23 inches 1 ditto mill ditto 3 feet 4 ditto ditto ditto 3 feet and 3 inches, 4 ditto ditto ditto 3 feet and 8 inches, 1000 hearth ii.e. August le ts FOR SALE. A LIKELY Negro boy about 12 years old for talc low for cash at the Savannah shoe Store. G- TUFTS & Cos. O&obcr 9. £t. JACKSON 6* HARTSTENE. Have just received per ship Columbia, Captain Fcfdick from Liverpool, 6 Bales white and Coloured Plains, 4 ditto London Duffil and Bristol Blankets 1 ditto fuperfine and coarse cloths, 1 ditto white and coloured flannels, i ditto caflmeres, and fwansdowns, 1 ditto dallies and coatings, 50 ps. belt Inverness Cotton Bagging, 30 ditto do flaxen and tow Ofnaburgs, 1 trunk of Silk and Cotton Hole, 1 case (fleeting and brown Holland, I ditto Cambrie, Thread, Bobbin, Tapes See. 1 ditto black Bombazine, Durants and Sewing fiik, 1 ditto Teamens blue trowfers, and jackets 1 ditto Cornflopers, (Oznaburgs, and Coloured thread,) 20 Casks Nails aflorted sizes, 1 ditto lines, fcwiug twine and flioe thread, 1 ditto Glue, 1 ditto and 2 Cases hard ware, CONSISTING of Corn Mills, Steelyards, Pad Locks, Shovels and Tongs, Fire Dogs, Woffle Irons, Chelt Locks, Landscape time pieces, Crop whips, Bridels Cruet frames, Gentleman and 00l Chests Caniflers, Japand Wacters, ditto IraysNx. 1 Cask Patent Shot, 1 ditto Houfeßrooms, Hearth and Scrub bing Bru flies, 2 ditto Broad Hoes, ditto Club Axes and Socket Spaces, 60 Kcss Paint (white and Spanish Brown) 2 Boxes Mustard, 1 ditto Chamomile flowers. Men’s and Women's Flats, Thickfetts, jenets, and Velveteens, Furniture Chintzes Cotton and linen Handkerchiefs Iron Pots and Camp Ovens Crockery Ware. &c. ON CONSIGNMENT, 3 cases Men’s HATS, firft quality, which will be fold low for Cash, ON HAND, 150 ps. Caliicoes, 100 ditto Humhums, 30 ditto fail Duck, 30 duto Dimities, 30 ditto Checics, Muslins Ginghams, Cambrics, Linens, &c. 5 doz. Green Chairs, Groceres See, Savannah Odtober 23. ts 7HE SUBSCRIBERS, HAVING rented convenient Stores on Harden and Jones’s Wharf (formerly Clarkes) offer their lervices to their friend and the Public as Factors and Commfflcn Merchants. BULLEN fcf HARDEN. October 9, 1802. iwdhn. E. HELLS, ? ~ Has just received on consignment, at his AuHion Store, Commerce Row, an assortment of Low priced cloths- Blue Strouds cafimeres, plains, Striped fwansdowns, green baze worlled hole, printed goods, white humhums, checks, dowlas, plattilloes. Three small Bales of Coarse woollens, and four cases of hats, affort d. 1 sett of mahogany tables, I large dining table, 1 Bureau, | An Elegant fide board, I Riding chair with plated liarnefs Jamaica and VV. 1 Rum fin Hhds. Brown sugar in hhds and LJis, Coffee in bags, Excellent sweet oil in boxes All of which will be fold at the moft 1 reduced p ‘ices. Savannah October :Q, 1802. * Just Received from Cbarlefton, ana FO R SALE AT THJ S OFFICE Tli K LIFE OF fOUSSAINT LOVVERTURE, Late General in chief, ani Governor of the Is land cf Saint Domingo •, with many particulars never before publijhed : to which isfiubjoined, an account of the firft operations of the FRENCH ARMY, under GENERAL La. C L E R C. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH By N, HER BE MO NT, Teacher of the French Language, cn Sullivan 9 s ljland, PRICE 50 CENTS. “ T'i'hW ‘ BLANK LOOKS. For la.e at this office I Now U No. X!V, (>. .. 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