THE fubicribcr, will fell cn very rea on
able terms the trull lot on whicn he now
resides, with t!ic buildings thereon, and a<l
ground rent paid up to the city, as wiil by
receipts appear if immediate application be
made. J BULLOCH
November 20. (cavrtf.)
THE LAS 7 OF THE EDITION.
And for Lie at this off ce.
A number of 41 Proofs of a conspi
racy, againlt Chrifttanky, and the Govern
ment of the United States ; exhibited in fevera!
views of the union of Church and State in
EY ABRAHAM BISHOP.* 5
who would wifn to poffc fs this excellent
work, are rcqutfted to call soon, as the few
copies on hand, conliitute the whole of those
unibldin the United States*
( PHce one Dollar.)
A hi- Persons having Demands again ft the
efLtcot Mathias Afh,iateof Effingham county
dcccaied are dtfired to bring them in properly
ntte ed arT th'ofe indebted to make immediate
payment to David Gvgd who is fully au
dio riled to fettle ail accounts of fa id tft ate.
Hannah Ajh, Admr’ x.
Deceemfcer x J.
” “ “ NO 1 i C F.
A LL Persons indebted io the fuhfcribe
on his former concerns are foiicited to
call and pay of their accounts &zc. As much
longer indulgence can not be given.
° , JOHN GLASS.
Cclobcr, 16 ts
A LL persons having any demands against the
Ellase ot William Welt fsq* late cf Libert)
Oountv, de- afed, are requeued to render the fame to
Meftrsl Jam’ s& Wilium Roberts, at Riceborcueh
or to the Sul fcfiber.
c, ? ~hv-v. A'.mff, :g iSc?, 4m
i<J O t I Cz 1--- 9
rntiE Public are hereby cautioned againfi
v ecevuv. f* a note drawn by theJuajcnoer an
f : y or of ‘fames Read of Gi sen County fer font
j'< ;’•( * tii L l 6: ‘.ch anted rig •tlly >*> SO2, tiolt
in Ninety (Pecs as the say went of the /aid vote
wrl be disputed and if brought to court, it vail
be made to err car, that it ought not tc be paid.
Limerick September, 11 1002,
Wf E are dire Ned by John Milledge the ex
w\ ecutor cf the est ate of the date Jacob
IP aide \rger to-notify to all persons whatever his
prohibition againfi hunting end bat part of the lft
and of St. Catherine's belonging iv the said est ate ,
being to* be North the Stock having cf late been
itiuch lefsencd by Juch pr a tribe, and ’ other injury
done and after this notice will feel hhnjelf bound to
fnfecuti io the extent op the lew, an persons
found tc violate it *
WILLIAMSON £? MORELc
Align ft, c3 r £o2-
\V ,'\ N (ED.
to purchase a few
Tcuand prime nezrce inen y for which
Will be divert, apply to
Mr. Grimball Robert
near the Baptist Church or to
John D. Wilds’
November 20, , . , 4f
v- ’ ~ For 3 a Lb,
<Xhat I well known 1 rail of LAND,
/CONTAINING, 15000 acres lying rn
Savannh Rircr, in Sr. Peter’s Pafrifli
South-Caroling 45 miles from this city ; a
!ar a e proportion is excellent corron a.id pro
ven land near time mile? front on the riven
The qu*ntity of White and Red 0.1 k and
Cvpicls is imirmle ; 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 dried season ; t! t yellow pine
timber of the fir ft quality ann ui.cl in
quantity inexlunftable j a fine range for (lock,
and by every one who is acquamted with it j
fopooled to be the best body of timber land,
between the Ocean and Augusta.
This tra& will be ioida gieat bargain, z.u<i
may be an object of attention to purchasers.
The plans may be feeh and terms known by
J[j i 0 f\.h 7 0 m
December 1, I^o2
2 BLANK. tiOGKS
for Lie at this Office.
A TRACT OF LAND,
IN Franklin County granted toLeor.ardMar
bury. contain more or less. 1380 acres
bounded Southwardly bv Baker’s land South
eaftwardiy bv Horatio Ma r bury’s land on all
other Hdes by vacant land.
A Traft of land in Franklin County, gran
ted to Leonard Marbury, containing more or
itfs, r 1 <ro Acres bounded Northweftwardly
by Charity Marbury's land Northeadwardly
bs vacant land ; and Southcalhvardiy by Ba
A Trad in Biirk County 350 Acres, on
the North Hoe of Briery Creek ; fold by the
Commiflioners cf Confifcatcd Pioperty in
Bcember 17 U .
Oftober 9 1?02. Mores Wharf.
TO BE RENTED.
f\ ND pofffon given cn the fir ft day of Octo
her r.ext,theStore at prefeut occupied by Mr
Thomas Ed. u. limns near *ve exchange.
D. B. MPICHELL.
Sept ember 11.
VvTLL bE 3UL,b x
(Pursuant to the Will of the Lite John
AT the Court-house in the city o c Sa
vannah, cn the fourth day ot January
next, fiale 10 commence at 1i c clock, that
eliiiiblv fituatedP-LANTATioN called Bern crake,
with its improve;!.en s, aoout 8 miles from
Savannah ; together with a trad adjoining of
one hundred acres, known by the number 6.
i o persons dchrous of pureh.ding a Seat on
the Jaits with the combined advantages t >
heakhinefs and beauty—the place is vvo;th
attention. At the fame rime and place, will
be fold, three bay Horses, one Mare and
Colt, a Sulkev and Harness, and a quan
ity of Lumber, lying on the bluO at 1 wueut
fide, iuppoe Id to be about 2,c00 feet north
ward pine boards, 3,000 tes t 9 inch flco. mg
boards, and 6,000 teet fcansiing-— 30 feet
long—4 by 9.
retnbroke will be fold for J cash, and a
twelve months credit for the balance, the
purchaser giving a Mortgage of the premiies,
and perfor.ai lecurit) . The perional proper
ty ioid for cash.
jo nil Lr. iy uham son ,
W\ B , Bulloch,
Ex’rs of John More l, dec’d.
Strvannah, 0.-iS November, ISO 2.
,% SMALL Store at present occupied by
f~\ Mr. Joseph Davis, iinmediatepoflefion
will given, for terms apply to
fames Mar fall.
N overnber, 24 ( 2 avvtf.)
To Leaf for a term of years.
A VALUABLE tract of oak hickory and
.rice lands within Seven miles of Savanah
equal in quality to any lands in the County
of For terms apply to
November 24. * (ts)
■ ... ... ..
WANTED TO RENT,
A SUFFICIENCY of good cotton and Pro
vjicn ‘land on or near the [alts, as would
employ about twenty workers and for which the
highest price will be given , and no objection
cad to an advance cf rent. Apply at this
THE IN ASHING! ON COFFEE
FI O U S E,
Fr anklin-Squ are,
S A M URL SAUB ER E,
ESPECTFULLY informs his friends
and the public, that he has taken that
commodious brick house, in Franklin-square,
oppofit ro the Baptitl Mteting-houfe, which
Mil be opened on W edneiday tne nut day ot
December next ; as a Coffee-houie and Ho
tel. Such gentlemen as favor him with their
cufcom, can be accommodated with ooard
w.y and lodging, in the moll genteel manner,
and the strictest attention paid to render their
refdence agreeable. Dinner and upper pro
vided for private parties at a few hours notice :
Coffee and Soups every day from S o’clock
in the morning till ten at night. Beef flakes
and Oysters at any hour of the day.
S.S. beus leave to add, that no exertion on
his part (hail be wanting to give fatisfaftion to
thole who may favor him with their cui\om,&
Butters himielf, that the. principle on which
his house is efb.blifhed, is luch as will iciure
to him the fuffrages of the public in general
Wines, Porter and spirituous liquors of the
N. B. Gocd ftabiiag for horses, and careful
Savannah, Nov. 20.
Washington hotel .
Mock Turtle will be ready This and every
day at Eleven o’clock.
Familes supplied with soups in the
Beefstakes andOyfters ar any hour when
THE B often . New York, Philadelphia ,
Baltimore and IVu/hivgton Papers , will be regu
lat.lv taken at the IVuJhingtcn K/jce lloufe and
\ftfß Captains of vefiels are requeued to
leave at the Washington Coffee-Houfe, any
information it may be in their power to com
municate. The urmotl exertion will be made
o procure the eariiek intelligence.
’ ‘[CT notice.
AFTER the expiration of nine months,
appli cation will be made, in purfuar.ee
of the abt of the Legislature in luch case made
and provided, ro the honorable, the inferior
Court of Camden county, for permiflion to
fell foity five thousand acres of land on the wa
ters of tho Great Satilla, being in grants of
one thousand acres , also one water lott in the
town of St. Mary’s, in the county of Camden
aforefaid : the fame being the real estate of J*
Macomb, late of the laid county of Camden,
decerned, and will be fold for the benefit cl
the heirs or creditors of the laid decealed.
lf r . B. Bulloch,
Attorney for the adminiftratix.
Savannah, roth May, 1802.
JOHN LtLIOURNiLAj ,
Gold, Silver Smith, 6c jeweller.
ETURNS his fmcere thanks to the ladies and
gentlemen of Savannah, and its vicinity, for
•.a hoeralenvruragement they have given him since
his commerrcemen in this place-: he also, informs
hem, mat Ve has now opened in Made ns Row, rear
- e Ex vv here he intend- difpnfmg of the fol
lowing articles, low for cash or country produce, viz;
Ladles GNa vvaten chains enameled and pLin :
gentlemens do. Gold seals and k. ys •; (jold necklaces,
G-Id beads di). Gold fa.cv til Agree ear rings, Gulp
pearl m< unitd bracc-l:ts,Gold U i’ecrl mounted hreaft
pins, plain Go and brchff pins, (5 dd Pearl mounted
linger ri.;.g , Gold fancy tnamelled do. Gold hair
rings, Gold Medallion, Plain pebble seals, (Hid
mourned go. iiandfbme gilt coral with .be;is, Silver
do. Silver without bells, coral hand, Ivory tooth
ick cases, Ever fruit knives, Elver set kneebuckl'eh
j Ever tooth picks, illver pencil cases, fi'ver needle ca<
es, fever smelling to tfos, fnver gdc do. iißer nur
neg graters, silver thimbles, lad.es etvvits, Miniature
iocket and ring glass, fi’Ver knee buckles, hat do*
Pearl bead firing*, a var ie y of cut glass beads and
! < oral beads, silk purses, glove tils plain 5z vv :n c’afps
Ladies spring garters ; gilt watch chains, teals
and keys. Silk war h it rings, fuelling bottles in
cases, diver smelling fcotdes, rnorrovv pocket books,
ladies do. silver mounted spectacles, plated and Reel
do. Gilt green and white do. fpedb* !e cases, reading
glass pepper and leather fluff boxes,Morocco Minia
ture cases, a great variety of plated candlesticks.
plated fuuffers and stands : bread baskets. Ladies
ink Hands. Salt feller*j and pepper boxes, Muiiard
pets and wax tapers. Fish knives, elegant tea fee
ters silver edge. Plated caftors, A variety of satin
wood sea japanned do. Brari barrel pocket
pistols, horseman’s do. Silver mounted do. Superfine
Razors, feifiors, Gortsmans knives, bellfinifhed pen
knives, best table and desert knives Ivory handles, de
canter stands, knife cases, elegant Morocco shaving
cases, ihaving boxes. Windsor Soap and Walh balls. :
Segar cases. Common cafkrs. A large afiortment of
(P* THE SUBSCRIBER, has also taken into
co r partnerfhip with him, Mr. JOHN PEARSON ;
the bufmefs in future will be conduced uder the firm
of LETOURNFAU PEARSON,
ho intend carrying on the above bufinels m all its,
various branches, S-lver and Gold work, jewelry &:
ficy Hair work, Gilding and Engraving, executed
ns neweil and mod fafhioaable manner at the
N. B. The highefl price given for old gb’d tc fil-.y
LA I'O JRNEA-J be PE V RSON
December i%, 1802. 2awtf.
DAVIS A VANAUSDOL,
Painters, Giaizers, A Gilders.
ESPECTFULLY inform the ir.habi
tants ofSsvar.nah its vicinity, that
they now carry ■on the buHneis in all its vari
ous branches, at their loop in Broughton
Street, formerly occupied by Mcfsrs. Butler
& Muce, where all orders wiil be thankfully
received, 6c executed with nealr.efs and dis
N. B. for sale two elegant carriages, at
he bove shop.
November io. (2avvtf.
THOMAS JAMES, TAILOR,
TNFORMS the Public that he has opened a
flop on the Bay, near Abercorn Street
inhere he will execute all orders in bis line in a
nperior manner and on a fhert notice. He
hopes to merit the continued patronage of bis em
Savannah , August 29, iSo2.
Joseph Bevan ,
INFORMS these indebted to him, that hi< Books
and papers are lodged with Robert and John Bol
en, who 2re au horifed to receive payments, and
December iS,’ 1802. (25 Bt.)
BETWEEN the Custom-house, and Ml<*
Moore’s, by a Negro Boy, a BANK*
NOTE, the owner may have it by defcribinpf
it, and paying for this advertifement —It H
expected the Boy will be rewarded for htfr
hondty. —Apply at the Cutlom-houfc.
Savannah, nth October, 1802.
A CONVENIENT dwelling HOUSFj.
•for a family ; with neccffary out-builds
mg : Apply to
December i,Sm2. (law ts .)
To be sold or rented.
ONE undivided third of Broughtov-
Island, and the Plantation oppolitc
thereto, called New-Hope, containing up
wards of three thousand acres. For particu
lars, apply to Dr. IVFCormick, in Savannah*
Captain Twining, at Darien, or,
David Ramsay* —Charleftort.
House hid Ship Carven, and Gilder.
TNFORMS the inhabitants op this city that
1 he intends carrying a: the aoove bufmefs in
all its various branches , and will be thankful JN
any favors in bis line .
Looking-Glass frames, made gilt and
Ornaments for the tops cf mantle pieces, Flozvfr
Pots, Erns, Birds , Ac. Also for the tops of
Gates which is much in faffjion elsewhere.
mads to any pattern and old ones gilt* t 1
Portraits and Landfcapei
N 13. Any Orders directed will bo
attended to just above Air. Wayne's, and front
ing his wharf, at Air. Alai hew Cliffs, private
November 24. ( 2 awt f.)
FROAI twenty to fifty Negroes will be taken
bares'cn as productive a plantation as any on
For terms apply to Robert A John Bolton ,
Or to Col John Burnett ,
Brunswick Glynn Cqjn ty.
J TAVING rented convenient Stores on
f~X Harden and Jones's Wharf (formerly
Clarices) offer their ferviccs to their friends
and the Public 2s Factors and Commiffon
BULLEN A HARDEN.
October 9, 1802. IW3III.
iro o jjy~ :
THOSE who wifn -O purchase
from the Subscriber, please obfVrve>
that four Dollars per drav load is the pric<?.
Nove mi vt r 6rgo T. (1 w 8 w♦
.j AMES a/ - WILLSON. 1
TNFORMS his friends, and the Public, that
he has opened an OFFICE at his house
near the Court Hotrfe, where, he draws
INSTRUMENTS of WRITING ,
of any, and every with accuracy
November 6 1802. ftf) .
> FUK SALE,
A FEW PIPES
Cogniac Brandy by,
Willinmjon A Morel.
ALL Persons having any Demands
against the Eiiate of Thomas
Shatidly will please fend in theiraccourTs
fames Epfinger , ? Adm ini lira tor,
Alary Shandty Adminflratrixh
December 8. 1 8o 2* •
~ E. A I. TICHENOR ,
Have just Received,
Per brig Washington , from New-York, and for
[ole at their flooe ft ere, Market Square :
ONE HUNDRED pair Boot & Booue legs,
100 do. Kid flippers and (audits,
100 do. Leather Slippers,
100 do. fine mens Shoes,
25 do. Bootees. Sides of new LEATHER, an£
Seal Skins and Shoe Thread.
300 pair Negroes foes, largefize.
They have on hand, a handlome i (Tortment of fnci
of ever* defer!ption, which will old low for cafh*
December if. ISO 2. fiwtr.)
This di\T, ~
By mutual Consent,
Is diffolvcd, the Co-partnerfuip of
THOMAS & CODEY.
Savannah, 13th December, 1802,