TOU SAL.fi. r |
THE fubferiber, will fell on very reason j
able terms the trust lot on which he now j
resides, with the buildings thereon, and all j
ground rent paid up to the city, as will by j
receipts appear if immediate application be
made. J BULLOCH
November 20. (sav-.tf.)
7HE LAST OF THE EDITION.
And for sale at this office.
A number cf copies of “ Proofs of a conspi
racy, again!! Chriftianitv, and the Govern
ment oUhe United State*- ; exhibited in feverat
views of the union of Church and Slate in
BY ABRAHAM BISHOP.’’
Those who would wish to-poflfefs this excellent
work, are requested to call soon, as the few
copies on hand, constitute the whole of those
unioldin the Llnited States.
(Price one Dollar.)
ALL Persons having Demands against the
eftateof Mathias Alh, late of Effingham county
ckceafed are deft red to bring them in properly j
att e ,; ed and those Indebted to make immediate
payment 10 David Gugcl who is fully au
thorifed to fettle all accouuts of said ellate.
Hannah AjL , Admr ’ x .
~n” otic l.
ALL Persons indebted 10 the fubferibe
on his former concerns are foliated to
call and }ay ol their accounts See. As much
longer indulgence can not be given.
° ~ JOHN GLASS.
O (Sober, 16 ts
ALL persons having any tiesuands sgairdt Te
Elta eol Wiiiiani Wtft E,q. Lie cA Liberty
County, deaden, are requeued to render tire lame tc
Nli firs. James & William Robert*, at Riceborough
0* to the SubLribtA.
~ O T 1 CL,
L"p 1//F Public are hereby cautioned against
I receiving a note drawn by thefubferiber in
favor I ts James Read of G 1 een County for four
Hundred Dollars, dated April 15, 1802, payable
in Ninety days as the payment of the said note
will be disputed and if brought to court , it wil
le made to appear, that it ought not tc be paid.
Limerick September, 11 1002.
WE are direfisd by John Miiledge the ex
ecutor of the eftatc cf the late Jacob
JPaldburger to notify to a!! persons whatever bis
prohibition against bunting on that part of the Jft
and of St. Catherine's belonging to the jaid est ate,
being totbe North the Steel: having of late been
much lessened by such praftifs, and ether injury
done and after this noti<e will feel hi of elf bound to
prosecute to the extent of the law, ail persons
found to violate it.
WILLIAMSON & MOREL .
Augufl, 28 1802.
to pure hale a few
Toting and prime negree men, for Which
Cafn Will be given, apply to
Mr. Grimball R-chcrt
near the Bap till Church or to
John D. Wilds-
November 20. ‘ 4t
That well known Trat: cf LAND,
CONTAINING, 13000 acres lying on
Savannah Rirer, in Sr. Peter’s Parilh
South-Carol m3, 45 miles from this city 5 a
large proportion is excellent cotton and pro
vision land near three miles front cn the riv er:
The quantity of White and Red Oak and
Cypress is immense ; on it are too Mill feats
not to be equalled by any in the low country
the water for which has never been known to
fail even in the driedfealbn ; the yellow pine
timber of the firft quality and sizes, and in
quantity inexhauftable; a fine range for flock,
and by every one who is acquainted with it j
supposed to be the heft body of timber land,
between the Ocean and Augusta.
This trad will be fold a great bargain, and
may be an objeft of attention to purchalcrs.
The plans may be seen and terms known by
December i, t?O2
v, BLANK fcOCKS
jfxT sale at this Office.
A TRACT OF LAND,
IN FranklinCouncy granted toLeonardMar
bury. contain more or Ids. 1380 acres
j bounded Southwardly by Baker’s land Soutn
jeadwardlv bv Horatio Ma-bury s land on all
other sides by vacant land.
A Trrfl ofland in Franklin County, gran
ted to Leonard Marbury, cental rung more or
kfs, 11 so Acres bounded Northwestward!)
by Charity Marbury’s land Northcaftwardly
bv vacant land ; and Southcallvvardiy by Ba
A Tradt in Burk County 350 Acres, on
the North fide of Briery Creek *, lold by the
Commiffloners of Ccnfifcated Property in
Dc ember *784.
October 9 1802. Mores Wharf.
TO BE RENTED.
AND pofji'ffion given on the fr ft day cfOcto
bei nextjibedtore at prjeut occupied by Air
‘1 humus M. C. Harris near the exchange.
.D. B. Alll CIIJfLL.
September 2 r.
(Pursuant tone \u W o; the late John
AT the Court-house in the city of Sa
vannah, on ih x: fourth day of January
next, ffaie to commence at ir o’clock) tiiai
eligibly situated Plantation called Pembroke,
with iu> improveii.ents, aDuut S irnies from
Savannah ; together with a tract adjoining ot
one hundred acres, Known by the number o.
i o pcrlbns ddirous or purchasing a Seat on
the lahs with the comomed tu
healthiness and beaury —the place is woith
attention. At the fame tune and place, will
be fold, three My Horses, one jvja*£ arm
Colt, a Sul-key and Flarness, and a quan
ity of Lumber lying on the bluff at Tweedf
iide, hqipoe id to be about -2,000 ieet north
ward -pme boards, 3,000 feet <j Inch flooring
boards, and 6,000 feet Landing- 30 feet
long— 4 by q.
Pembroke will be fold for ~ cash, and a
twelve months credit for the balance, the
puidialer giving a Mortgage of the premlies,
ana personal lccuricy. The perfoßakproper
ty ioid lor cash.
John G. Wi!flatus on,
IV. /J, Bulloch,
Ex’rs of John Morel, dec’d.
Savannah, 22d November, 1802.
A SMALL Store at present occupied by
Mr. JolFph Davis, immediate poffefion
wjii given, lor terms apply to
‘James Mar Jail.
November, 24 (aawtf.)
T 0 Lea[e for a term of years.
A VALUABLE rradi of oak hickory and
rice lands within Seven miles of Savanah
equal in quality to any lands in the County
of Chatham. Tor terms apply to
November 24. (ts)
WANTED TO RENT,
ASUFF ICIENCT of good cotton and Pro
vjion land on or near the (alts, as would
employ about tweny workers and for which the
hightfl price will be given , aud no oljefticn
bad to an advance cf rent. Apply at this
7HE WASHINGTON COFFEE -
H O U S E,
SAMUEL S AUBE RE,
ESPECTFULLY informs his friends
the public, tnat he lias trX.cn tout
commodious brick house, in e,
oppofit to the Baptist Meeting-horde, which
will be opened on Wedneiuay the futt day oi
December next ;as a Coffee-houle and Ho
tel. Such gentlemen as favor him wim their
cu(tom, ccn be accommodated with board
ing and lodging, in the molt genteel manner,
and the ft rift est attention paid to render their
re fid er.ee agreeable*. Dinner and upper pro
vided for private parties at a few hours r-puce :
Coffee and Soups every day from 8 o’clock
in the morning till ten at night. Beef Fakes
and Oysters at any hour of the day.
S.S, bees leave to add, that no exertion on
his part shall be wanting to give fatisfa&ion to
those who may favor him with their cuftom > &
Ratters himfeff, that the principle on which
his house is cftabliftied, is such as will insure
to him the fuftrages of the public in general
Wines, Porter and spirituous liquors of the
N. B. Good ftablirg for horses, and careful
Savannah; Novs 2Q
Mock Turtle will be ready This and every
day at Eleven o’clock.
Familes supplied with soups in the
Bcefstakes and Ovdters at any hour when
NILE Bsfcn, New Fork, Philadelphia ,
Baltimore and IFafhington Paper s, will be regu
larly taken at the IVajhingtcn Ccjjie House and
H i*l. • <
jyf Captains of veffcls are requeued to
leave at the WaArlington Coffee-Houfe, any
>nformation it may be in their power to com
municate. The utmoLl exertion will be made
o procure the carließ intelligence.
(Cf *NO i ICE.
A fter the expiration of nine months,
application will be made, in pursuance
jt die act of the Legislature in such case made
and provided, to the honorable, the inferior
Court of Camden county, for permiflion to
fell foity five thousand acres of land on the wa
k rsoftlio Great Satilia, being in grants of
one rhoufand acres also one water lott in the
■ own of St. Mary’s, in the county of Camden
iforefaid : the lame being the real ellate of J*
MacOmb, late of the said county of Camden,
deceafcd, and will be fold for the benefit of
the heirs or creditors of the laid deceafcd.
IV. B. Bulloch ,
Attorney for the adminiflrarix.
Savannah, 20th May, 1802.
j(J UN Lto t O JRNE AU,
Gold, Silver Smith, & jeweller.
FT'URNS h;s fmcere thanks to the ladies and
gentlemen of Savannah, and its vicinity, for
.lie liberal encouragement they have given him iince
his in this place: he also, informs
hem, that lie has now opened in Madens Row, near
he Exchange, where he inter.d> difpoling of the fol
lowing articles, low for cafhor country produce, viz j
Ladies G Id watch chains, enameled and plain :
gentlemens do. Gold seals und keys ■, Gold necklaces,
Gold beads do. fancy filigree ear rings., Golp
pearl m-.*tinted bracelets,Gold 5c bear! mounted break
pins, plain Gold breait pins, Gold Pearl mourned
linger ring, Gold fr..icy enamelled do. “CioSd hair
rings, Gold Medallion. Plain pebble Tea is, Gold
mounted do. Handsome gilt coral with bells, Stiver
do. Silver without bells, coral hand, Ivory tooth
ick ales, Liver fruit knives, lilvcr fer kneebuckieh
diver tooth picks, lilver pencil calcs, Liver needle ca
ses, fhver fmeiiing bo ties, lilver gilt do. fiber nut
meg gra ers, lilver thimbles, ladies etwits, Miniature
locket and ring glafs_,fiber knee buckles, hat do*
Pearl bead firings, a varie y of cut glass beads and
oral beads, fflkpurfes, glove tils plain Sz with clasps
Ladies Iprmg garters ; gilt chains, seals
and keys. Snk watch ltrings, fmtdlirig . bottles in
cases, hlver fmeiiing hot !es, morrow pocket books,
indies do. lilver mounted fpecLcies, plated and free]
do. Gilt green and white do. fpedfacle cases, reading
glass pepper and leather fnuff boxes,Morocco Minia
ture cases, a great variety of plated candlcflicks.
Plated fnuffers and fiends : bread baskets.
ink Hands. Salt fellers and pepper boxes, Milliard’
pots and wax tapers. Fish knives, elegant tea fee
ters fdvei edg'e. Plated caflors. A variety of satin
wood ica cadders, japanned do. Brass barrel pocket
pistols, horfemaiTs do. Silver mounted do. Superfine
Razors, fcilfors, fportsmans knives, heitfinifned pen
knives, bell table and desert knives Ivory handles, de
canter (lands, knife cases, elegant Morocco (having
cases, (having boxes. Windsor Soap and Wsfh balls.
Seu;ar cases. Common callers. A large affortirient of
ST T BSCRIBER, has also taken into
co r partnerfhip with him, Mr. JOHN PEARSON ;j
thebufmefs in future will be condudied uder the firm
of LETOURNEAU ks PEARSON,
ho intend carrying on the buiinels in all its,
various branches, Silver and Gold work, Jewelry oc
ncy Hair work, Gilding and Engraving, execu r ed
tie neweil and mofl falhionable manner at the
N. B. The highefl price given for old gold & fi!w
LA POJRNEAU & PEA RS ON
December 11, i302. 2awtf,
DAVIS & VANAUSDOL,
Painters, Glamers, & Gilders.
TJ) ESPECTFULLY inform the inhabi
jfV tarns of Savann ih and its vicinity, that
they now carry on the bufmefs in a!I its vari
ous branches, at their ftiop in Broughton
Street, formerly occupied by Messrs. Butler
& Muce, where all orders will be thankfully
received, & executed with neatness and dif
N. B. for Lie two elegant carriages, at
he bove shop.
November 10. (sawtf.
‘ ■ • - - •
DUO MAS JAMEs, TAILOR ,
lEd FORMS the Public that be has opened a
ftjop on the Bay, near Abercorn Street
where he will execute all orders in bis line in a
nperior manner and on a ftiort Pit ice. He
hopes to merit the continued patronage of bis em
tSavannat?, Aug it ft 2Q, 1802.
WE T NU RS E,
A WET Nurse without a child to be
hired enquire at thisoffice.
F O U N D,
BETWEEN the Custom-house, and Mi
Moore’s, by a Negro Boy, a BANS*
NOTE, the owner may have it by dcicribin;*
it, and paving for this adverctlement- —It i ■
rxpecled the Boy will be rewarded for Ilf
honesty.—Apply at the Cuftom-houfe*
Savannah, nth October, ISO 2.
A CONVENIENT dwelling HOUSE*
for a family , with necellary out-build*
mg : Apply to
in Hi am (on Morel.
December 1,8102. (2 aw t f
7o be sold or rented.
undivided third cf B rough to nI-
J Island, and the Plantation opposite
thereto, called New-Hope, containing up*
wards of three thousand acres. For particU*’
Lrs, apply to Dr. McCormick, in Savanrta.li
Captain Twining, at Darien, or,
David Ramsay —Charleston *
House a:id Ship Carven , an l Gildef .
INFORMS the inhabitants cf this city that
he intends carrying cn the above buftnejs in
ail its various branches , and will be thankful f$T
any favors in his line .
Looking-dais frames, made gilt and
Ornaments for the tops of mantle pieces, flow
Pots, Erns, Birds , Idc. Also for the tips
(Sates which is mgicb in fafioicn e Ife where.
Pi cl 11 re Frames
made to any pattern and old ones gilt.
N< B. Any orders directed will be
■attended to just above Mr. Wayne's, and front
ing his wharf, at Mr. Mathew Cliffs , private
November 2-4. ( 2awtf.)
FROM twenty to fifty Negroes will be taken
He arc s'cn as productive a plantation as any on
For terms apply to Robert (A John Bolton,
Or to Cel John Burnett,
Brunswick Glynn Cojn tv*
1 H E SU tAc R 1 bER A.
HAVING rented convenient Stores on
Harden and Jones’s Wharf (formerly
Clarkes) offer their ferviccs ro their friends
and the Public as Factors and CommifTion
BULLEN & HARDEN.
Odfober cj, 1802. iw3m.
w O O D,
THOSE who \vifh to purchase Wood
from the Subscriber, pieafe obferve*
that four Dollars per dray load is the price.
November 6 1802. piw3w)
Savannah Shoe Store.
ECEIVED this dry per. Schooner Aler
IV from Bft on ‘
26 Drunks of Shoes of every description
which will be fold at the usual lew prices •
600 Pair negro Shofs ,
G. Tufts, o* Cos.
December 4 4/
JAMES M, WILLSON.
INFORMS his friends, and the Public, that
he has opened an OFFICE at his house
near the Court House, where, he draws
INSTRUMENTS of WRITING,
of any, and every defcripdon, with accuracy
November 6 1802. (tQ
L or Safe
JUST Arrived from Sr. Augustine in excel
lent order, a few Barrels of Sweet Oran
ges, and for lale, on realonable terms,
On Tlfair’s wharf by
7bos. Dollagban •
December 8 i3o • 4C.
A FEW PIPES
Cogniac Brandy by,
William] on & MvreL
November 17. (ts)
t inal Notice.
ALL Persons having any Demands
a gain ft the Est ate of 1 homas
Shandly will pieafe fend in their account
James Ef finger , ? Adminlftrator*
Mary Sbandiy $ AdmiilftrairU- ‘
December 2 ido2