of k h<* u high federal charadfer.” Wc
ihereforr state it as our decided opin
ion, and on which we think the public
ma v with afety re’y, that General
11 AM- l row is that Ci high federal
rharafier.” His connection with Mr.
Ogden, the negociator, is known to
be of the moft intimate and endearing
kind. His knowledge of the r.egoci
anon, will not therefore be doubted.
He is also known as having long held
predoo inant controul” in the federal
party. The afhul influence of gen
eral Hamilton in that party corref.
ponds precifcly with the defeription
given in the two letters. Befules,
there are other corroborating circum
flanres which irrefiftably impose upon
us the belief that general Hamilton is
the “ high federal character” deferib
ed. Wt will mention a powerfnl one.
During the fitting of the Supreme
Court of this fate at Albany, in the
winter of 1801, jofiah Ogden Hoff
man, F*'p invited in that city, a party
of gentleman to dine. General Ham
ilton, Judge Troup, Judge B. Liv
inofon, and Judge Pendleton, all of
the city of New-York, were of the
After dinner general Hamilton
declared openly, that Mr. Burr had
intrigued with a federal gentleman to
efrefi his election to the prefidenev.—
When fpokrn ter on the boldness of
the declaration, general 1 lamilton ad
ded t.hai he could prove if, or it could
be proved in a court cf justice ! The
negociation was there made no secret
c r : general Hamilton made the de
claration aloud and without reserve.
There are other faffs in our pof
feff.on, which authorife us to (late,
unequivocally, that general Plam
jlton is the “ high federal character”
alluded to in the two letters. If he
is net, he will deny it publicly ; if he
is, he has too much honor and inte
grity to difayow an aCt of his own.
If these faCts (land in need of corro
boration, there are concurring circum
flances in abundance which (trongly
indicate the existence of the plot. The
letter dated Washington, 29th Janu
ary, 1801, dates that Mr. Burr oh
ferved, in reply to the feccnd propo
fuion of the negcciator, to wit, <c what
co-operation he could and would af
ford towards procuring fncccfa to his
own election ?” That u the federal
ids might be allured that New-York
and Tennessee on a second ballot,
would vote for him, and that probably
New-Jersey and one of the southern
dates might be induced to do the
fame.” Such was the answer of Mr.
Burr to the fccond proportion of the
The negotiation was commenced
in the city of New-York, about the
15th ot January, 1801. The letter
of general Hamilton to a leading fed
eral member of congrels, detailing
the negotiation, was written about the
20th of the lame month. That which
gives the sub (lance of general Hamil
ton’s letter, is dated Washington,
ntiary 29th, 1801. The negociation
was complete before January 20th.—
On or about the 24th of January, mr.
Burr left this city for Albany, to take
his feat in the date aflemhlv. The
lame day, or the day after, mr. William
P. Van Nefs, who was not a member
of the Legfflature, followed mr. Burr
to Albany, On the arrival of mr.
Burr, enquiries were made of him,
touching the presidential election.—
To every question he answered, with
the utmod confidence and cheerful
nefs that mr. Jeiferfon would certainly
be elected, and that nn opposition
could or would be made in the house
of Reprefe tatives. He uniformly
treated the idea of material oppolkion
in the house as extravagant and chim
erical. This was precifcly the con
duct of mr. Burr at Albany. And yet
he knew that he had negotiated with
mr. Ogden to effect his own election
to the presidency, and th it in conle
quence of that negociation every ef
fort within the compals of the federal
party would be exerted to acco.nplifh
ir. This conduCl of mr. Burr at Al
bany, was iuch as every consummate
and unprincipled intriguer would
adopt. It was a matter of impor
tance to him to prevent the tranfmuTi
on of letters from Albany to Wash
ington, urging firmnefs and persever
ance in our representatives i 1 favor of
mr. J e fieri on’s election *, and mr. Burr
vainly imagined his placed deportment
calculated tp corrpafs that object by
uV tying reafonablc fears and coudo
fi.uj alarming apprehenfuus. IT$
intrigues were, however, perceived by a few
individuals at Albany, and his representations
were therefore little heeded.
Get us now view the conduct of his verv
confidential friend mr. William P. Van Nefs
of this city, who accompanied mr. Burr to
Albanv. Those who have read the “ Narra
“ five’’ will perceive that this is the fame gen
rleman who negotiated for mr. Burr the iup
preflion of the hiffory of the adminittration ot
mr. John Adams.
(To be continued.)
1 OB HR r & JOHNBOLTON,
[lave received per. Jlrp Columbia t from
17 bales firft quality white and blue plains
1 ditto flannel and baize
8 ditto London duffil blankets
7 ditto Bristol, point and role do.
40 pieces blue ftrouds
24 ditto fupei fine broad cloths
24 ditto ditto caffimere
45 ditto drab plains
10 ditto striped and spotted elaftios
29 bales cotton bagging
4 ditto fail duck \
2 ccfcs Irish Linncn
12 pieces girth webbing
50 dozen romai handkerchiefs
j ditto cotton counterpanes
9 casks broad hoes
2 ditto grubbing hoes and club axes
2 dozen frying pans
1 caff: glue
2 dozen corn slopers
1 bale bed ticking
4c boxes 8 by io and ic by u crown
100 kegs white lead
30 ditto Spa nidi brown
,2.tons fliect lead
1 dozen tin feales
1 cafc Duffy's elixer and Britilh oil
~ dozen scale beams from 3 to 5 feet long
500 iron pots and ovens
4coo bushels of fait
58 calks Bd, rod and 2od nails
4 calks cutlery and hardware
1 dozen cross-cur f.tws
24 ditto rice and sickles
.1 ditto elegant laddies
2 ditto portmanteau trunks
60 pieces durant and bombazette
2 trunks hosiery,
October 12. ts
A TRACT OF LAND,
IN Franklin County granted toLeonardMar
bury. contain more or less. 1380 acres
bounded Southwardly by Baker’s land South
eaftwardiy by Horatio Ma r bury’s land on all
other Tides by vacant land.
A Tract ofland in Franklin County, gran
ted to Leonard Marbury, centaining more or
less, 1130 Acres bounded Northweftwardly
by Charity Marbury’s land Northeaftwardly
by vacant land K and Southealtwarclly by Ba
A TraCt in Burk County 350 Acres, op
the North fide -of Briery Creek \ (old by the
CommilTioners of Con fife a ted Property in
October 9 1802. Mores Wharf.
HAVING rented convenient Stores on
Harden and Jones’s Wharf (formerly
Clarkes) offer their lervices to their friend
and the Public as Factors and Commiifion
BULLEN & HARDEN.
October 9, 1802. iwtm.
_ ‘ i
A BANK BILL,
WAS offered for change rathe fubferi
ber by a black man named Harry, foi
less than its Value, and (topped with a belief
that it came illegally into his poffeilion : He
at firff laid he received it in payment for his
wages, but afterwards that he found it. The
owner will receive iton evidencing his claim,
and paying expence.
JO’s. DAVIS, next door to Turnbull
Savannah Nov. 20. (™t)
THOSE indebted to Grimbali Robert,
are requested to make payment with
out procraffination. Should any demand ex
i(t againlt him in this irate, or otherwise he
hopes it will be made known, as he is not ap
prized of any.
Having experienced a recent loss in his fa
m lv, operates against a continuance in
lus prefcnt line of buhnefs j he expeCts to de
cline the fame and remove to South-Carolina.
Thole who have favored him with their
friendly and pun&ual dealings, will pleafc
icevpc his molt greaiful thanksYor daejfame ;
but no further credit can be allowed.
November 10. (4?.)
Have juji received per ship Columbia , Captain
Fofdick from Liverpool ,
6 Bales white and Coloured Plains,
4 ditto London Duffil and Bristol Blankets
1 ditto fuperfine and coarse cloths,
I ditto white and coloured flannels,
1 ditto cafimeres, and fwansdowns,
I ditto eiaftiesand coatings,
50 ps. bed Invernels Cotton Bagging,
30 ditto do. flaxen and tow Ofnaburgs,
1 trunk of Silk and Cotton Hole,
1 case sheeting and brown Holland,
1 ditto Cambric, Thread, Bobbin, Tapes
1 ditto black Bombazine, Durants and
1 ditto fcamens blue trowfers, and jackets
1 ditto Cornflopers, (Oznaburgs, and
Coloured thread,) w
20 Casks Nails aflbrted flzes,
1 ditto lines, fewiug twine and shoe thread,
1 ditto Glue,
1 ditto and 2 Cases hard ware,
Corn Mills, Steelyards, Pad Locks, Shovels
and Tongs, Fire Dogs, Woffle Irons, Chest
Locks, Landscape time pieces, Crop whips,
Bridcis Cruet frames, Gentleman Tool Chests
Canfiters, Japand Waeters, ditto Trays&c.
1 Calk Patent Shot,
1 ditto House Brooms, Hearth and Scrub
2 ditto Broad Hoes,
ditto Club Axes and Socket Spades,
6: Kegs Paint (white and Sparfifh Brown)
2 Boxes Mustard,
I ditto Chamomile flowers,
Men’s and Women's Hats,
Thick fetes, jenets, and Velveteens,
Cotton and linen Handkerchiefs
Iron Pots and Camp Ovens
Crockery Ware, See.
3 cases Men’s HATS, fir It quality,
which will be fold low for Calk.
ON FI AND,
150 ps. Caliicoes,
100 ditto Humhums,
30 ditto fail Duck,
30 ditto Dimities,
50 ditto Chtctcs,
Cambrics, Linens, See.
5 doz. Green Chairs,
Savannah GCtober 2 3. ts
THE Public are cautioned against trad’
ing for or receiving in pay two Note s
of a hundred dollars each payable at (ixtY
and nintey days, dated in August last give n
by the fubferiber to Peter Knight now in S l
Marys as said Knight has hnce that date be
come indedted to me.
November 1 o 1 802 (^t)
IVAN 7E D. *
ON Ift JANUARY,
A PERSON who is well acquainted JVith the
culture of Cotton and Management of negroes
to take charge of thirty hands on the IJland af
Ojjabau, tofueb aperjon producing good recommo
dation liberal wages will be given , a Single man
will be prefered.
WILL IA MS ON id MOREL.
November 1 o (ts)
DAVIS id VANAUSDOL,
Painters, Glaizers, & Gilders.
RESPECTFULLY inform the inhabi
tants ofSavannah and its vicinity, that
they now carry on the business in all its vari
ous branches, at their chop in Broughton
Street, formerly occupied by Me.srs. Butler
Sc Muce, where all orders will be thankfully
received, Sc executed k wuh neatnels and dis
N. B. for sale two elegant carriages, at
the above fliop.
November 10. (2awtf
IHE LAST OF THE EDITION.
And for sale at this office.
A num!>er cf copies of “ Proofs of a conspi
racy, againlt Chnftianity, and the Govern
mentof the United States; exhibited in several
views of the union of Church and State in
BY ABRAHAM BISHOP.’’
Those who would wish to poflefs this excellent
work, are reaUefled to call soon, as the few
copies on hand, constitute the whole of those
unibidin the United States.
( Price one Dollar.)
A FEW PIPES
Cogniac Brandy by ,
Williamjbn & Morel.
November 17. (ts)
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FOR S ALE.
37 pieces large timber, or pine logs ftom 25
to 35 feet long, 12 by 12 and upwards.
Information will be had at
yames T komsQn.
November 17. 3t
PROPOSALS will be received until the
26th day of this month, from any persons
willing to undertake to build a brick kitchen
at the go and, 20 feet long and 20 feet, wide,
to find all the mterials. The (tory to be
10 feet, and to be covered with rile, For any
further information apply to,
Levi She/tall, ?
EdwardStebbinsS nmmtta *
November 17, (^t)
Fvr ‘sale? t
THE ftuanch well failing
(Laying at Telfair’s wharf)
carry 250 bales cotton under
not two years old and
be lent on a voyage with little
or no expence. For terms apply to BEN
JAMIN MAURICE, or
HENRY KNEELAND & Cos.
November 9 4t 14
HE mu’ KNEELAND & Cos.
HAVE Just received from France a variety
ofsilks which will be fold on reafonalbe
terms. They have also on hand.
AN adornment of Groceries which will be
disposed of at reduced prices.
November 10 6t 1
SAVANNAH SHOE STORE
THE Subscribers having purchased the
Stock of Shoes and Boots advertifcd by
Mr.Reuben Pearce together with other late
arrivals are enabled to offer for sale the moft
general and elegant aflfortment af Boots and
Shoes of every deferption that was ever offered
for falc in this City which will be fold at
their usual low prices also 1500 pair of
G. TUFTS & Cos.
November, 13, I2 ( C f)
W E T NU R SF,
A WET Nurse without a child to
hired enquire at thisofhee.
November 1 o.
TO LET. “
TIVO two Story Houfes 3 in
Compleat Repair, Enquire of,
Mrs . Minis or
Levy Abrahams .
CITIZEN, who is well acquainted
with business, would accept of a super
cargoes birth to the \Veft-Indies ; or would
attend to a few lett of merchants, or traders
mens books: the colledion of debts, or would
write a few hours in the day in a public office.
He is well acquainted with the town, be
ing a native thereof:—For further particulars
enquire at the Office of the Georgia Repbli
duly attended to.
November 20, 1802. (j t< )
THE fubferiber, will fell on very reason
able terms the trull lot on which he now
relides, with the buildings thereon, and all
ground rent paid up to the citv, as will by
receipts appear if immediate application be
imde - BULLOCH.
November 20. (aawtf.)
FROM twenty to fifty Negroes will be taken
shares ‘on as productive a plantation as any on
For terms apply to Robert id John Bolton
Or to Col John Burnett ,
Brunswick Glynn County.
November , 20
THO MAS JAMEs, ~ TAILOR,
INFO RMS the Public that he has opened a
Jhop on the Bay , near Abercorn Street
where he will execute all orders in bis line in a
fnperior manner and on a short notice. Fie
hopes to merit the continued patronage 1 of bis em
. T. JAMES.
Savannah, Augujl 29, 1802,