Georgia Republican & State intelligencer.
Six Dollars a Tear, Half in Advance,
GEORGIA REPUBLICAN ,
Volume I. No. 19.
By his Excellency John Milledge, Go
vernor anl Commandtr in Chief of the
Army and Navy 0} thisJtate, ando) the
A P R O C L A M A T I O N.
W r HERE As John Milled'pe, one of
the reprefimtatives of this ft ;te
in the Congress of the United states,
who was elected and commifiioned to
’ fill £.at feat, and acl as such, until the
iourth day of March next, hath made
vacant that appointment by accepting
the office of Governor.
And whereas in and by “ An acl to
regulate ilic general eleclions in this
Hate, and to appoint the time of the
meeting of the general aflembly,*’ pall
ed the 11th day of February, 17319, it
is among; other tilings declared “ Unit
all writs of elections to nil vacancies
that may happen for members of the
general aliembiy of this Rate, or lioufe
of representatives of the United states,
Ihalj be dueled to the jidlices of the
Inferior conns of the refpc&ive coun
ties, who are required to give public
notice thereof, andcaufc the fame to be
held in manner and form as herein be
fore pointed out, agreeably to lueh
I have therefore thought fit to ifFue
this my proclamation, hereby notifying
directing and ordering the justices ot
the inferior courts of the reipecave
counties in this Rate, to confider the
fame as a general writ of eledlton lor
the purpose of filling the vacancy of a
member in the Houle of reprefentat-ives ■
the United states, occasioned as her e
in before pointed out.
And I do hereby require and charge
the said JuUices to give due notice that
the said dcllion will be held in the re
jpetlive counties of this Rate, on JNed
nesdav, the fifteenth day ot December
* And Ido hereby further require that
due return of such election be made to
the Executive Department, as in and
by the said acl preferibed.
Given under my hand and tb.e great
seal of the state at the Rate-lioufe,
in Louisville, this ninth day of No
vember,in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and two :
and of the independence of th c
United States of America, the
By the Governor,
Secretary cf State.
God five the Rate.
MERCANTILE Cf MATHEMATICAL
AC AD E M T.
MR. COX, grateful for the kind patro
nage he has uniformly experienced
fiiicc ihe commencement of his Academy;
has the pleasure of announcing the liberality
of the honorable the Mayor and Aldermen, in
having granted him another room in the City
Hall, in which the )oung ladies will be hence
The youth of either sex being accommo
dated with a different apaitment will add
much to the convenience of the Academv,
and contribute to accelerate their Rudies.
(fhf Wanted an Afiiftant
of suitable abilities, who mull produce nn*
questionable testimony of his lbbriety, oifere
tion and induflrv.
A French tutor will attend the Academy,
as soon as fifteen scholars are desirous of flu
dying that language,
Oflober 27. (ts.)
SHERIFFS SAL 2.
ON Tuesday the 7th Day of December
next will be fold, by public Action
a t the Court Houle in this City, berv.ee the
flours of 10 and 3 o’clock a Horse fadd ! and
feized as thrproperty of John Dews.
THOs. NORTON S. C. C.
- _. _
I N COUNCI L,
Savannah, November ist, 1 Go?.
RESOLVED, That the refolu ions refpcc*
ting the quarantine of vefiels arriving from
Baltimore and Philadelphia, be entirely lui
pended from this and <y.
Lxirafl from the minutes.
THOM AS PITT, C C.
The Sloop ‘v.lly,
INTENDED as a confront tra
der during the winter from this
port to tin.* lout hern pot rs of tins
flate—fne has gool accommodations for
freight or paflengrrs. The f railed favor will
be thankfully received. For further particulars
enquire of Mr. Samuel Howard, or of
Isaac N. Meserve, rnafter, on Board,
October 23, .See.
THE fubferiber, wn] fell on very renfo n
, able terms the trull lot on which he now
rtlidcs, with the buildings thereon, and ail
ground rent paid up to the city, as will by
receipts appear if immediate application be
November 20. (aawtf.)
Cl TIZEN, who is well acquainted
l with bulinefs, would accept of a super
■ argoes birth to th* Wdl-ln lies ; or would
attend to a few lett of merchants, or trader,
nens books: the colledlion of debts, or would
write afw hours in the day in a public office.
He is well acquainted with the town, be
ing a native ritereof:—For further particulars
enquire ar the Office of the Georgia Repbli
can, or add refs a line to A. G. which well I e
duly attended to.”
November 20,1802. Gr.)
S A VANN AH SHOE STORE
•TAH Id Subscribers having purchased the
JU Stock of Shoes and Boots advmifed by
Mr.Reuben Pearce together with oth.r ]all
arrivals are enabled to offer for sale the mofl
general and elegant assortment af Boots and
Shoes ofevery deferption that was ever offered
for I ale m this City which will be fold a
iheir usual low prices also 1500 pair of
V G. TUFTS & Cos.
Nofjjnber, 13, 12 (ts)
HENRT KNEEL AND & Cos.
H AY E Jufl received from France a variety
ofsiks which will be fold on reafonalbe
terms. They hive also on hand.
AN aflortment of Groceries which will be
disposed of at reduced prices.
November 10 6t 13
FROM twenty to fifty Negroes will Is taken
(hares cn as productive a plantation as any on
Sr. S121) ons.
For terms apply to Robert id John Bolter,
Or to Col John Burnett,
Brunswick Glynn County.
November, 20 ts
lor sale , Ireight or Charter ,
THE ftuanch weil failing
(Laying at i elfair’s wharf)
U q^YS“V Vi 'l carr y 2 .5° bales cotton under
deck- ?;s 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
SAVANNAH, P. ntld by LYON fc? MORSE.
NOV BER 17, 1802.
I OBF.RT & JOHN BOLT ON ‘
Have received per. flo p Columbia, from
*7 bales firfl quality white and blue plains
1 ditto flannel and baize
8 ditto London duffii blankets
7 ditto Br.ftol, point and role do.
40 pieces blue ftrouds
24 ditto lupeifine broad cloths
24 ditto ditto caflimere
45 ditto dr b plains
10 d.-tto striped and spotted elaflics
29 bales cotton bagging
4 ditto fail duck
2 ca'es Inifi Linnen
12 pieces girth webbing
30 dozen romal handkerchiefs
1 ditto cotrmn counterpanes
9 casks broad hoes
2 ditto grubbing hoes and ebub axes
2 dozen frying pans
1 caff glue
2 dozen corn slopers
1 bale bed ticking
40 boxes 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 crown
too kegs white ,ead
30 di to SpanTn brown
2 tons flie t lead
f dozen tin scales
1 case Duffy’s elixer and Briufii oil
T doz< n (cale beams trom 3 to 5 leet Jong
500 iron pots and ovens
4000 bu Hi els of Lit
3*B casks 81, lod and 2od nails
4 casks cutlery and hardware
1 dozen cross-cut Lws
24 ditto rice and sickles
1 ditto elegant laddies
2 ditto portmanteau trunks
ho pieces dm ant and bombazette
2 trunks hosiery.
October 12. ts
jAC K. SON & HAITI STENE.
Have just received per fljip Columbia, Captain
Fcjdick from Liverpool ,
6 Bales white and Coloured Plains,
4 ditto London Duffii and Briiioi Blankets
1 ditto leper fine and coarle cloths,
1 ditto vvinte and coloured flannels,
1 ditto Crifimeres, and Lvansdowns,
I ditto dailies and coatings,
5° ps. bed fnvernefs Cotton Bagging,
30 ditto do. flaxen and tow Ofnaburgs,
1 trunk of Silk and Cotton Hole,
1 caie jfhecting and brown Holland,
1 ditto Cambric, Thread, Bobbin, ‘Tapes
1 ditto black Bombazine, Durants and
1 ditto Teamens blue trowfers, and jackets
I ditto Cornflopers, (Oznaburgs, and
20 Casks Nails aflbrted lizes,
1 ditto lines, fewiug twine and flioe thread,
1 ditto Glue,
1 ditto and 2 Cases hard ware,
Corn Mills, Steelyards, Pad Locks, Shovels
and Tongs, Fire Dogs,
Locks, Landscape time pieces, Crop whips,
Bndcls Cruet frames, Gentleman Tool Chests
Camllers, Japand Waeters, ditto Trays See.
1 Calk Patent Shot,
1 ditto House Brooms, Hearth and Scrub
2 ditto Broad Hoes,
ditto Club Axes and Socket Spades,
6o Kegs Paint (white and Spanish Brown)
2 Boxes Mustard,
1 ditto Chamomile flowers,
Men’s and Women’s Hats,
1 hickfects, Jenets, and Y r elveteens,
Cotton and hnen Handkerchiefs
Iron Pots and Camp Ovens
Crockery Ware, Sec.
3 caies Men’s HATS, firfl quality,
wh.ch will be fo'ri low for Cass.
130 ps. Caliicoes,
100 ditto Humhurrs,
30 ditto fail Duck,
30 ditto Dimities,
50 ditto ChecKS,
Cambrics, Linens, See.
5 doz. Green Chairs,
Savannah, OR. ts
r-zve Ive and a Half Cents Single
Negroes for sale.
Ten Prime Slaves for Sale,
Among which, are Field slaves, House
wenches, and servant boys—they are
African born, and have been several
years in ihe country —A liberal credit
will be given on a part of the above
negroes.—Tor terms, appiv to,
November 24th, 1802.
1 rom the American Citizen.
Proof of the negotiation between a Fed
rou gentleman, authsrijed by the leadin'*
ecderalifls at Wnfhington, and Mr. Butr
so place himfef in the Presidency, at
the late election,
The minsflcr who by secret corruption
“ invades the fjeedom eie&ior, and the rtif
u ban who by opjfcn violence deliroys that
“freedom, arc embarked in the lame bot
“ lo ui.” Junius.
To the PEOPLE cf the UNITED
YY hile mr. Burr was openly declar
ing at Albany that there was no found
ation for apprehension concerning the
election of mr. Jefferfon, his private
and confidential friend, mr. William
P. Van Nefs, observed, in secret, a
conduO the very reveife. Mr. Van
Nefs was unremittingly employed in
Umbering the ncgociation of nv*. Burr
and mr. Ogden. While at Albany,
he wrote a letter to our reprefenrative,
mr. Edward Livingflon, then at Wash
ington, representing it as the fertfe cf
the republicans cf this fiats, that ‘after
the firfl cr Peered vote hi the house, Mr.
fefierjen jhould be given up 11 This cor
idponds with mr. Burr’s reply to the
second proposition of mr. Ogden, the
negociator, namely, that “an a second
bailor, New-York would vote for
bald” We do not assert that mr. YLan
Nefs wrote the letter to mr. Living
flon on vague report; it is flared as
an undeniable fact, one which, if noC
ti tit, is enfy of refutation. i lie names
of mr. V.in Nefs the writer, and of
mr. Livingflon the receiver of tlie let
ter, aie mentioned ; both of whom
five in this city.
ivlr. Burr also replied to the second
proposition of mr. Ogden, “ on a se
cond ballot New-Jerky might lie in
duced to vote for him.” What covert
measures mr. Burr took to endeavour
ro eff.£l this, is nor known ; but this
1S certain that mr. Van Nefs wrote a
letter to an influential republican who
1 cades at Poughkeepsie, urging hun
n Lrong terms to procure letters from
Nevv-Jerfey, a; viling the New-Jrrfe/
republican members of congress to
drop mr. Jefferfon on the second ballon
in the house.
Such were the proceedings of mr.
Durr and his confidential friend mr.
Van Nefs at Albany, proceedings,
wliich, exa&ly accord with the terms
ot the negociation concluded between
mr. Burr and mr. Ogden.
Nor were the confidential friends of
mr. Burr Ti lent or inactive in this city.
Mr. Matthew L,. Divis, cue cf tbede
pof la ties cf the furets of Mr. IS ire r,
and on this account only deserving of
notice, ran about from republican to
republican during the ballotfng in th*
house, declaring that the republicans
in congress aded very improperly in
not giving up mr. Jefferfon, avering
that they muff evidently abandon him,
that persevering in oppofitron would
injure the feelings of mr. Burr, and
ttiat no one could forties the conie
quences of such (lubborn ccr.ducl, iT
mr. Burr fhouid at any length be elect
ed ! It is probable that mr. Davis at
tout time was apprised of the negoci2-
tion between mr. Burr and mr. Ogden.
Our wonder at the pertinacity of the
lederaLffs in tfie house of reprefenta
cives will henceforward ceaie. The
cause of it may now be clearly per_
ceived, That opposition to mr. Jes.