Horse-Doctor and Farrier.
RESPECTFULLY iuform the gentlemen
of Savannah and its vicinity, that he will
.deed, physic, dock, nick and trim horses on the
vioft reasonable terms and (hottest notice. Tbc/e
who willpleafe favor him with their cvftom are
‘r'quefted to call at Mrs. Fitzgeralds, just below
the Baptist meeting-hoitfe, where he will wait on
December 18. ?t.
By the fubferiber, No. 2, Bolton's Building,
Sugar in hogsheads and barrels,
Green Coffee in barrels,
Puncheons and barrels N. E. Rum,
Qjarter casks Malaga Wine,
Hog (heads Molaffcs,
Hyfon Tea, Nutmegs,
Russia and swedes Iron affbrted,
Brown Linen, Humhums, &c.
Which will be Jold low for cajh,or approved
%otes 3 a 60 days.
t Thomas Scott.
December j£. fßt 24 )
KOISH.K F cs? J OHM BOLtON,
Have received per flip Columbia, from
17 bales firft quality white and blue plains
x ditto flannel and baize
8 ditto London duffel blankets
7 ditto Bristol, point and rose do.
.40 pieces blue ftrouds
24 ditto fupertine broad cloths
24 ditto ditto cadi mere
4.$ ditto drab plains
12 ditto striped and Jpotted daffies.
29 bales cotton bagging
4 ditto fad duck
2 cases Irish Linen
12 pieces girth webbing
50 dozen romal handkerchiefs
X ditto cotton counterpanes
9 casks broad hoes
2 ditto grubbing hoes and club axes
2 dozen frying pans
1 calk glue
2 dozen corn slopers
1 bale bed ticking
40 boxes B by 10 and 10 by 12 crown
100 kegs white lead
30 ditto Spanish brown
2 tons Iheet lead
l dozen tin scales
X case Daffy’s elixir and Britilh oil
i dozen scale beams from 3 to 5 feet long
500 iron pots and ovens 1
4000 bulhels of fait
58 calks fid, loti and 2od nails
4 calks cutlery and hardware
I dzen cross-cut saws
24 ditto rice and Tickles
1 ditto elegant fadtilcs
% ditto portmanteau trunks
60 pieces durant and bombazette
2 trunks hoffery.
Ckftober 12. ts
Having convenient stores on
Fof the reception of Produce , older their
Jervices to the planters and otherr in the FAC
TORAGE fcr COMMISSION business.
yackson Gs Fits tone.
in the Dijtrict Court .
IN ADMIRAL TY.
DISTRICT of GEORG LI
The President of the United States, to the Mar-
Jhal of the Difirift of Georgia, greeting ;
Ji. M. Stitesy Clerk, (l. s.)
WHEREAS a libel hath been filed in
the said court, in behalf of William
Joad, Mate, and John Fleming, Peter Tulberg
Samuel Thurston and Francis Minorie, Ma
riners, againfl the Schooner Friendfmp , of
Savannah, now lying ac anchor in the porr
of Savannah, in the diftritfl aforcfaid, her
tackle, apparel and furniture, whereof Jo
i feph Brewster now is, or late was, Mafia,
to answer the wages justly due and owing
tinto them, the laid mariners, for their
services performed on board, agreeable
to the laws of thefc United States, in
such cases made and provided* You are,
Jihcrtfore, commanded to cite and admonilh,
;and thefc are to cite and admonilh, the own
er, or owners, of the said Lhooner, and all
‘Other perfbns who have, or pretend to have,
o r claim, any interelF, #de, property, claim or
/demand, therein, to and appear, at a Spe
cial diftrid court of admiralty, to be held in,
and for, the Lid diftrift at the court house in
Savannah, on the twenty seventh day of De~
tanker, infant, to answer the libellants in the
IWitwefs the Honorable William Stephens,
JLsquire, Judge of the said Court , at Savannah,
shis eighth December, 1802. A. D.
LEAKE, Pro:, Pro, Lib.
pcctmber ii, iio*, (23.)
Just Received by the Brig Georgia and for sale
at the Savannah Sho~ St ore
A few Barrels of Newark Cider of a Superior
Received per fckr. Debbe from A 7 . Fork.
LINSEED, fpermaceti & Whale Oil, in
barrels., Lumbards, Moccoboy and
fcocch fnuff, in pound and half pound bottles.
Bloom Raifons in boxes: Hyfon, & fou
chong Teas. Loaf fugar&c. &c,
Jackfcn Gs Hartstene.
December it. (zwtf
Lost or Stolen,
A GOLD Repeater single case Watch, with
out a Bell, makers name, Humbert & Mairet.
(on the face) A reward of ten dollars will be
given on the delivery of said Watch j is
ffolcn twenty dollars will be paid on proof
being given. Watch-makers and others are
requeffed to flop the above, if offered for
sale. Apply to the printers.
December 15. (4c)
WILSON & KNOX.
Have Just received by the lateff: arivals from
New*York and Philadelphia, the following
articles which they offer for ffde at a low
advance for cash or produce, either whole
Lie or retail.
V I z.
Sherry f ‘
Old Maderia J
Cogniac id S panifi Brandy,
Hi bberts bottled brown flout y v I
Jamaica and IF est-India Rum
Loaf and lump fitgar, •
Hyfon, Hyfon Jkin and Dehea Tea
Pepper, Ah pice, Mustard,
Ground and Race Ginger,
Cheese and Q ackers,
Ccdftjb, Sounds and tongues,
Bar It on assorted,
German and Blistered fleet
Hollow-ware, Jicne Juggs
Glass and Crockery ware,
Gun powder andjbot,
Writing and Wrapping Paper
Negro /hoes (large size)
Cotton Bagging, Qznakurgs,
Irish Linen, Negro Cloth,
Having convenient f ores for the reception
‘tf Cotton and other produce fjftr their services
to the planters in the Factorage and • omtniffion
line, and flatter the 0 fives that them punctual
attention to bufinejs will give general jati:faction
to those who may repose Confidence in them.
November 20 ts
From the National Intelligencer ..
THOMAS PAINE, to the CITIZENS
of the UNITED STATES.
(Concludedfrom our last.)
Knowing,as Ido,the eonfummatO va
nity of lohn Adams, and the fiiallow
nels of his judgment, I can easily pic
ture to myfelf, that when he arrived
at tlie Federal City, he was ftrutiing
in the pomp of his imagination before
the presidential house, or in the audi
ence hail, exulting in the language of
Nebuchadnazzer, ,r is not this great
Babylon that I have built for the honor of
my rnajejly f’ But in that unfortunate
hour, or soon after, John, like Nebu
chadnazzer, was driven away from a
mong men and fled with the speed of
a poll horse.
home of John Adams’loyal fubjeFts,
I fee, have been to present and ad
dress him on his birth day ; but the
language they use is too tame for the
occasion. Birrh-day addresses, like
birth-day odes, lliould not creep along
like drops of dew down a cabbage
leat, but roll in a torrent of metaphor,
I will give them a specimen for next
year.—Here it is.
When an ant , in travelling over the
Globe , hit up its foot and put it again
on the ground, it Jhakes the Earth to its
center : But when TOU the mighty ant
of the Eajl was born, &c. &c. &c. and
the centre jumped upon the fur face !
This, geatlemen, is the proper style
lof addrefsfrom well-bred ants to the
\ * •*
monarch of the ant-hill, aua a* I never
take pay for preaching., praying, po
litics or poetry, I make you a present
of it. some people talk of impeach
ing John Adams, but I am for fofter
measures I would keep him to mnke
tun of. He will then answer one of
the ends for which he was born, and
ought to be thankful I am arrived to
take his part. I voted in earnest to
save the life of one unfortunate king,
and I now vote in jell to save another.
It is my fate to be always playing with
fools. But to return to federalism and
The plan of the leaders of the fac
tion was to overthrow the liberties of
the new world, and place government
on the corrupt fylTm of the old. They
wanted to hold their power by a more
lading tenure than the choice of their
constituents. It is impossible to ac
count for their condu6l and the mea
lures they adopted on any other grounds
—but to accomplish that objedt a Brand
ing army and a prodigal revenue m iff
be raised ; and to obtain these, preten
ces mult be invented to decieve. A
larras of dangers that did not exist even
in imagination, but m the dired: spirit
of lying, were spread abroad.—Apofta
cy (talked through the land in a
garb of patriotism, and the torch ot
treason blinded for a while the flame
For what purpose could an army of
twenty thousand men be wanted? A
single refledion might have taught the
molt credulous, that while the war
raged between France and England
neither could spare a man to invade A
merica. For what purpole then could
it be wanted ? The case carries its own
explanation, it was wanted for the
purpose of destroying the representative
system, for it could be employed for
no other. Arc these men federalifts ?
If they are, they are federalized to de
cieve and destroy.
The rage against Dr. Logan’s pa
triotic and voluntary million to France
was excited by the Biame they felt at
the detection of the falfe alarms they
as to the opposition given by the rem
nant of the faction to the repeal of the
taxes laid on during the former admi
mflration, it is easily accounted for.
The repeal of those taxes was a sen
tence of condemnation on those who
laid them oh, 6c in the opposition they
arc to be considered in the light of
criminals ifanding on their defence, 6c
the country has pafled judgment on
City of Wafninton, Lovell’s Hotel.
A 7 ov. 19, l3oi.
CONGRESS of the UNITED STATES .
House of Representatives,
Monday, December 6.
This being the constitutional day of meet
ing, fifty-three members appeared, who not
forming a quorum, an adjournment took
place till to-morrow, at 1 x o’clock a, m.
Tucfday, December 7.
A quorum of members appeared. t
The following new members appeared and
took their feats :
Samuel Hunt, from New-Hampshire, in
the room of Joseph Pierce, resigned ; Samuel
Thatcher, from Maflachufetts j David Me
riwether, from Georgia, in the room of mr.
Taliaferro, resigned j Thomas Winn, from
North-Carolina, in the room of Charles John
lon, deceafcd •, and Thomas M. Greene, a
delegate from the Miflifiippi Territory, in the
room of N. Hunter, deceased.
Ordered , that the clerk inform the senate that
this house has formed a quorum, and is
ready to proceed to business.
Ordered , that the clerk furnifb each mem
ber with three newspapers at his lodgings.—
SENATE of the UNITED STATES.
Monday , December 6.
But eight members attended, who not
forming a quorum, an adjournment took
place till to-morrow at 11 o’clock.
Tutfday, December 7.
Nc quorum— present,
December 25, 1801.
For the Georgia Republican.
AS the public may be in expedation of the
essays of my correspondent, l think proper to
inform you that he has concluded to have
them published in the form of a pamphlet,
for reasons which will be made known ac the
time of their issuing from the press.
Tour obedient fiery ant ,
ct When Judge Washington was lately in
Connecticut, he observed, in a circle cf gen
tlemen, of both political parties, th at the
opposition papers contained luch abuse of
the adininiftration as ought not to pass with
out punishment that although he himfelf
was opposed to president Jcffeilon in politics
he thought it infufferable, tinea man of luch
exemplary morals, and such puritv of private
character, specially when veffed with the
chief magistracy of the nation should be treat
ed with so much personal insult and abule ;
and that it ought to be the fubjed of legal
animadversion. The poft-maller-gencral,
who was one of the company, said he could
point out a more effedual method of remedy
ing the evil; and being asked what it was, re
plied, do you fir, and judge Law, who was.
also present, fit down and write to the editors
of such abusive papers, to difeontinue fending
them to you, so long as they continue to infu'c
and abuse the president. That would pro
duce a greater and better effect, than any ju
dicial correction, which your honors can in
fl 61, and at the fame time no: endanger ao.
infringement of the freedom of the prefs.*’
At a quarterly examination of the ftbdents
in the mercantile and mathematical academy*
held on Thursday, 23d instant, medals of em
inent merit in the clifies were conferred on
the following ladies, and gentlemen —v 1z 1
Miss Elza Moore, gd find ling, and fee on and
grammaticalmifs Henrietta C. Herskins, second
writing miss Hannah Gugle,firfi writing , miss
Maria Woodbridge, third reading', miss E.
firft Jpelling class. Miss Ann G. Moore, a pre
mium for excellent writing - t miss Mary Gibbons >
Master David J. Mongon, second geographi
cal j master Thomas H Harden, firft geomctrkal ;
master Thomas B. Harden, second arithmetical ;
master Henry Gibbons, fir/t arithmetical ; master
Thomas Mather*, second writing; master Thomas
Miller, second reading master Jofepb Holms ,
firft writing and second JpelUng-, master Thomas
Hoxy firft reading $ master Robert Bolton, a
premium for excellent writing j master David
Lebey, oratory *
[This paper will riothe on Wedn^sda 1 next. T
ROBBER 2 l !
ON the night of the -igd infant, the -fubferi—
ber was robbed of a sum of money, of about
270 dollars , (all ft her) cut of his Waggon,,
about three miles from savannah , on the tjuij
vlle road —A reward of 20 dollars will he paid
on the delivery of the money to him —cr c o, dol
lars for the detection of the thief or thieves. Jot
that they may be brought to condign punijhment.
NOTi^h , -
ALL persons are warned against pur chafing a
Note of hand , drawn by the subjeriber , in
favor of Hezckuh Salmon, of Leech fiand y
s, c./or the sum of dollars, dated in August
lafi, as said note has since been paid.
Sam. W. M'oor.
J- Decemhe*- 25, 1802. (27)
“REIV A R D !
A flute was dolen yesterday, afternoon,
/~yoff a piano-forte,through a window—the
faih having been railed for air. An adequate
reward will be paid for restoring the flute, or
detecting the thief —Enquire at this office.
December 22. (2/ 2t.)
” ALEXADER LAWRENCE,
Has for Tale the following goods, for cash,
produce, or on a liberal credit, for ap*
proved paper :
♦. and £ Irish linen, in boxes afforled,
Cogniac Brandy in pipes,
Holland Gin in ditto,
Malaga , } iVines in quarter cash %
* Hyson Tea dn chests ,
Barrels Mackerel, Soap, Candles , &rV.
December 2c- 1802. f26 ts)
f —- — l —*
vWittcd to Hire.
A WET NUItJE, with a good breast of milk
either black or white, with or without a chhd,
to wooru good wages will be g,ven and punctual pay/
ments made. Enquiieof the Printers*
December 25, 1802. aiwtf, .
~ T “” FOR SALE.-
Twenty two barrels of Irifis Potatoes
A T J. William’s Carriage (hop, oppofirc
Dr. N. W. Jones’s Broughtonftreep
Apply to Mr. Williams.