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, .... , v v .-/Published on Tuesday and Friday, by POWERS 3 SEYMOUR, corner of St. Julian Street, opposite the Church : where and
f'* l, ‘ i ‘ * yieces of Intji I. licence are gratefully received, and all orders executed with accuracy and punctuality.
* J AND FOR SALE:
iO Barrels MUSCOVADO SUGAR,
Fail India do. in Matts, 3bout 100 wt.
GREEN COFFEE in Bags, ‘
2 Cherts Superfin: HA SON TEA, and
f u Barrels Superfine FLOUR. —
Amfiv to Mr. BRAILSFORD’s Store, or
’ ’ THOMAS COLLAGHAN.
Savannah. May iO. 20 *3 t>
Ed. & Clem. Stebbins,
Bute jitft received by the BELLONA, Capt.
Crooker from New-York :
A GENTEEL ASSORTMENT OF
Suitable to the prefentand approaching Sealou ;
which they will difpole ot on moderate
terms, for Cash orPioduce, at their Store on
• the Bay : Conlifting of the following Arti
cles, viz :
A Variety of elegant Furniture Chintz and
furniture Cottons, a neat artortment of
purple, coloured, dark and light fancy Calli
ngs and Chintzes, Manehefter Mullins and
corded Dimities; Merfcillcs and fringed cotton
Counterpanes, 4-4, * -4’
Book Muffins, Mullin Handkerchiefs & Aprons,
Gentlemens tamboured Ciavats, IMilltnets,
Ginghcms, fprig'd Muflinets ; plain, clouded
and°twilled Nankeens, brown Fustian and
Jeans, Bengal Snipe, Toilenets, silk striped
Nankeens ;° printed, striped and tambour’d
Marseilles Vest-Patterns ; black Mantua and
Luteftring, India Persians, white Sarfenet, black
India Sattin and Florentine, black mode, black
Loveand Crape, black Ruifel, Bombazeen and
colored Du'rmts; Barcelona & Bandanoe Hand
kerchiefs, Pullicat and Linen Handkerchiefs,
blue cotton Roinalls, Humhums, sewing Silks
and Twist, cotton Yarn, Tapes and Bobbii 5;
white Sattin figured Ribbons, black.* r Rib
bons, China do. wire do. black tab ■ , y-4 Irifii
Sheetings, affoittd, Oznaburgs, Checks, Oil
Cloths ; long Lawns and Cambricks ; genile
mens patent silk Hole, plain white & black do.
ladies and gentlemens Gloves ; m-ns, womens
and maids cotton Hose; gentlemens, ladies and
childrens colored Beaver Hats, mens neatSho<“s,
ladies Morocco Slippers, Black ball, Loaf Su
gar and frefh Hyfon Tea, Milliard, black Pep
per and Nutmegs ; medium and quarto pr>ft
Pacer, quire and memorandum Books, blank
bound do. playing Cards, Ink Powder, black
lead Pencils, Quills and Waters —A large at
iortment of FRESH MEDICINES.&c. &c.
Savannah, April 29. 1117 -ts.
McirShai s Sale.
On Monday the 23 d of May next , will be Sold at
the Court-llouic ;n Savannah, tit 11 o'Uock :
Two Tracts of L A N D, con
taining One Thoufar.d Acres each, situate on
Rocky Comfort, near Louilvillc, bounded on
one fide, by Gen. Jack fen’s land, taken in Exe
cution, as the property of the la: e James Haber-
Ihain, Esq. at the luit of ]OHN BAYARD.
Geo. I. HULL, D.\l. D.G.
Savannah, April 2<th.
Soles at Anet ion ,
ON Monday the 23d of M D y next, at Ten
o’clock in the Forimon :
Apart of the Personal property belonging
to the Estate of James Moore, Esq. de.-
ceased, will be exposed to Puolic Sale, at the
Plantation of William Neyle. Elq. on Hutch
inlon’s Island, confiiling of Sheep, Stock Cat
tle, Horles and sundry oth'-r arlicHs.—The
property can be viewed at the p -me alorefaid
any time previous to the day of Si 10, at which
time the Conditions will be made known.
1 qualified Admimijlrator.
Savannah, April 23d, m6-ts.
On TUESDAY the 7th day of June next, will
he SOI D by Public Out-cry. at the Court-
Houle in this City, between the Hours of 10
and 3 o’Clock.
One undivided Moity of that
Trafl of LA N D in Camden County, called
COLERAIN, lying on St. Mary’sßiv'r.
The whole Trail containing upwards of fcoo
Acres, Seized under Execution, as the proper
ty of James Armstrong, Esq.
A Lot ot LAN Din Ogle
thorp Ward, Containing feet in width
and feet in length, bounding on alot of
Richard Wayne, Elq. to the North, Mrs. Fle
ining, to the W sil, on Streets Eaftand South,
at prefentoccupied by Mr. Robert Watts ; Seiz
ed under Execution as the property of the estate
of John Morel, Elq. deceafcd.
8 NEGROES, feiz’dunder
Execution, as the property of Joseph Fox, dc
tcafed. CONDITIONS CASH.
T. NORTON, S. C. C.
Savannah, May 5; 1796. my.
JkL AS H given For clean
m At th ‘-A Office.
REASON and TRUTH impartial guide the way.
By the Subfribc rs WHARF, from on board the
Brig Welcome Return,
Benjamin Labbree, Mafler, from Philadelphia :
Fresh SUPERFINE FLOUR,
Elegant WINDSOR CHAIRS,
WHITE and BROWN SOAP,
MADEIRA and PORT WINE,
A few thousand BRICKS,
For SALE, by
Savannah, May f>. 19-ts
FO R SALE,
By the Subfcriher :
BOARDS, inch and inch £
Red& White Oak STAVES,
Jamaica RUM and SUGAR,
A few Baggs excellent Green
A few 1000 Red Oak Pipe
ALLUM& St. Übes SALT.
HENRY PUTNAM .
March 4, 1796.
THE Subscriber, being about to leave the
town for a lew weeks, informs his friends
and Customers, that his bufmefs will be carried
on by Mr. Mackee, his foreman, and will be
ltriftly attended to.
JOHN H. ROBERTS.
May 13, 1796. 11.20.
S T A G E,
WILL Hart from Major Brown’s Boarding
Koufe in Savannah, every Saturday at
Nin-'o’Clock in the morning ; and from Mrs.
Caines in Augusta, every Wedncfday at Six
o’Clock in the morning.—The Fare of each paf
fengrr Eight Dollars, with an allowanced 141 b.
Baggage : AH extra Baggage gdg per lb. Way
Passage, 4d. per mile.—No Seat can be en
gaged till the Money is paid—the Stage Book
will be kept at the C.olfee-Houfc,by Maj. Brown,
wh°re Seats may be taken. Pallengers are dc
dTired to be punctual to the time, as the Stage
waits for no perfori.—Extra Baggage rr.uft be
at the Stage-House, by Seven o’Clock in the
morning, or run the rifle, of not going.
N.B. Pallengers Baggage is conlidcrcd under
their own care.
Savannah, May 13. 21-ts.
From on board the Schooner Esther,
AND FOR SALE ;
2 Hhds. and 11 Barrels CIDER,
Mens SADDLES and BRIDLES,
No. 7,8, and 10 Cotton CARDS,
6 Calks 4 d, 6d, and Bd, CUT NAILS,
Mens SHOES, BOOTS & BOOT LEGS,
Ladies MOROCCO SLIPPERS,
Black Florentine do.
Mens White COTTON HOSE,
HUMHUM and NANKEENS.
Savannah, May 13. 21-ts.
Robert Bolton & John Bolton.
Hating commenced Bufmefs the \JI inji. under the
F IR M 0 F
Robert 6? John Bolton.
THEY intend tranfafting all Commission Bu
"Hs at the Wharf and Stores.of the former.
HTHE Subscriber being desirous of doling
A his private Concerns, requells all those
lndbted to him by Book account, to pay the
fame, or close them by Specialities on luterell,
payable January 1797 ; he will cheerfully pay
all Debts due by lum, on demand.
Savannah,_April 28th, 1796. ni7~tf
Caig, Mad rod & Cos.
Have for Sale,
IRISH I INEN in cases afiorted,
Flaxen and Tow OZNABURGS,
V hite, Brown 8c Blue Negro CLOTH,
A 1 rut.k Men’s SHOES,
Window GLASS,B b. 10, and 9 b. 11,
SPANISH BROWN in Keggs, 1 4 1 b .:
Mould CANDLES infrnall Boxes,
SOAP in do.
Mace ire, IV s IS E i.i Pipes and
Savnnah, March re,
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FRIDAY, May 20, 1796- •
Has for SALE, at his Store near the Coffe-Hoifc :
A Quantity ot TOBACCO,
COTTON and INDIGO,
~ 4. and 2 Inch BOARDS & SCANTLING,
LIGNUMVITiK, BOX-WOOD and
Excellent HAMS and BACON,
PORK in Barrels,
HOGS LARD in Keggs,
BUTLER in Firkins.
A few Puncheons 3d and 4th Proof R U M.
Savannah, April 29. 1117 tr.
Taylor and Habit-Make r,
Next door to Edw. Griffith, on the JB^y,
RETURNS his lincere ihatiks to the Ladies
and Gentlemen of Savannah, and the Pub
lic in general for the encouragement he has re
ceived in the line of his profdlion, and wilhes
a continuance of the fame. They may rely on
the ftridleft attention to their orders, and work
done in the neateit and mnft fafliionablc man
ner. Orders trom the country will be ftridUy
attended to. He lias on hand a small assortment
of GOODS, luitable for the present and ap
proaching feafon—Vl z.
MANCHESTER MUSLINS &
MUSI. I NETS,
MARSEILLES QUILTING, Sec.
N. B. CASH will begivenfora NEGROE
WENCH, who underllands Cooking & Waffl
Savannah, April 15, 1796.
On Tueiday, the 7th of Jcne next, at Twelve
o’Ciock, at.the .Court-House in Savannah,
Will be S O L D,
T'HOSE two Tenements and Lot, the cor
ner ot Broughton and Abercorn Streets,
occupied by Mrs. Eustace and Mr. Anthony.—
Terms will be made known nn the day of tale :
apply in the mean time to
Joan Gibbons, Auctioneer.
Savannah, April aoth, 1796. nib
A large quantity of LADIES and
Warranted, just now finilliing, and for
PETER MADDENS Store,
On the Bay, or the Roufeat the back
thereof, in the Lane,
By JOHN BIGGS.
Savannah, March 15.
50 Dollars Reward,
And neceflary charges.
WANTED immediately Five petit-rafeals,
deserters from the federal troops, viz :
JAMES JASON, of New-Jersey, 22 years
old, five feet seven inches high, dark eyes and
hair, and fair coniplexioned ; Wm. DUN, of
Philadelphia, 35 years of age, five feet fix in
ches high, grey eyes, sandy hair, by occupa
tion a barber ; CONNELLY—aII of
Captain Samuel Tinfley’s detachment, and de
ferred from St. Mary’s, 23d December, 1705.
JOHN GREYHAM, from Connecticut, eigh
teen years old, five feet fix inches high, grey
eyes, brown hair, light complexion, has two
crooked fingers on his left hand, has fome pri
vate fcarsof correction received for Healing in
a ship’s cabin, which unluckily produced no
reformation. —Let the humane citizens who
would harbour him, look up their plate ; he
delerted from thispofl the sth inst. in his uni
form ; OLIVER HANCOCK, a Fifer, from
Mafiachufetts, 25 years of age, five feet five in
ches high, grey eyes, long sandy hair, weil
built, by occupation a blacksmith ; under-
Hands furnace work and engraving, has a great
share of impudence, is an impertinent talker,
entertains an irreconcilable disgust towards the
right article of the decalogue, and is a cowa
ard. Mr. Hancock has talents andaccotnplifh
ments p"culiarly calculated for a horfe-tnief, -
counterfeitor of money, or an itenerant Metho
dist preacher : Hedeferted from this Puff, 25th
inst. in uniform.
Whoever will apprehend them that they may
be brought to jufticc, shall receive the above
Reward and neceflary charges, or Ten Dollars
and ebarges, for either of them.
WILLIAM LATON, Curtain.
\th V. S. Sub/eg’oit.
Fort Pickering, April 30. ° nig.
1 AM IN WANT OF
4- or 5 NEGRO BOYS,
ELEVEN, twelve or 13 years old, on
Hire, for whom, I will pay the
usual or cuftomarv Wages, monthly c
quarterly, as may best Nit the owners,r
March 19, 1796,
Per BRIG LOISA, Elisha Brtggs Mufterfrom
The ISLANDS DELOS ,
92 Prime SLAVES:
THE greater pai t of which are from Four teen
to Twenty-Live years of age, likely and heal
thy.—The SALE ot which will commence oni
Wednelday the Eighteenth instant.—CONDI
Savannah, May 10. kO-ts.
Has just opened a Store in Bull Street, op~
pojite Mt.Jfn. Boardntan, Hills & Cos.
HIS present assortment confills ofa
variety of Broad Cloths; white
Bull', Drab, and other colon red taper fine
Cafimer’s, plain,ftripeand role Blankets,
Swanfdown, Marfeiiiesand Cahuier Veftr
Shapes, Tambour ditto, ftriffcdj cloud
ed and India Nankeen, whitcandftriped
Flannel, Callimancoand Durant,,Thick
fet, Corduroy and Velvet, a great va
riety of line Mullins, viz : Plain, Efn
ped, Corded, Japan’d, and ‘l'ambour’d
Jackonet ; Plain, Japan and and Tam
bour’d Kook ; 6-4 and 7-4 Tambour’d,
jackonet and Book Aprons, Ladies
Book and Jackonet Handkerchiefs, stri
ped, and clouded Bordered Shawls, Gen
tlemen’s Tambour’d Handkerchiefs and
Cravaes; coarfcandfine Humhum, whito
and coloured Mullinet, Corded Dimity,
-ftrip’d Ginghams, Marseilles Quilting j
an assortment of handfomeCallicoes and
Chintzes, Clouting 8c Towelling, Dia
per, Icilh Linens, white andbrown Fus
tians, Cotton and Linen Check, Bed
’1 icking, Sheeting, Brown Holland,
Chintz Shawls, printed Linen Pocket-
Hankerchiels, Cotton and Linen Chccfc
do. Black Barcelona, Bandano, &check’<£
Silk Handkerchiefs, ladies falhionablo
Silk Shawles, gentlemen’s plain, rib’d,
clouded and patent Cotton Hose, a few,
white Silk do. ladies Cotton do. a va
riety of Silk, Kiddand Leathe. Gloves j
ladies and gentlemen’s Beaver
Morrocco, Callimanco,&’ Sattinet Shoea
and Slippers ; gentlemen’s Boots and
Shoes ; broad and narrow fringe Bed
Lace, Cord, 8c Torfels; Ribbons, Tapes
and threads, Pavilion Gauze ; Writing
teau Trunks, Bed Cords, Shoe Thread,
fifiring Lines ; house, shoe, hearth and
scrubbing Brufhcs, Cotton Cards, Tea
Kettles,Locks,Brafs Cocks,Pen Knives,
ladies and taylors Scissors, Rafors Im
SOAP and CANDLES, in Boxes,
Savannah, March /pth, 1796.
G e o r c 1 aN) By Edward Whitr, Regijler of
(L. S.) > Probates for the County of Chat.
Ed. White, y ham in the State aforej.aid.
WHEREAS, John N. Fry, of the City o£
Savannah, (hop keeper, hath made ap
plication to me for Letters ofAdminiftration oi
the estate arid efUcfs ofThoma* Dobbins, late of
the fame place dcceafed. These are therefore tt*
cite and adtnonirta all andfingular, the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Thomas Dobbins,
deceased, to be and appear before me at my
office in the C ity of Savannah, on the 16th day
of June next, to shew caule if any they have,
why Letters of Admfniftration (hould not b*
Given under my hand and seal, at Savannah,
the tfth day ol May, in the year of our
Lord 179 b, and in the 20th year of Ame
rican Independence. az*Bt
WE the Subfcriber* Infpeffors of Lumbef
for the port of Savannah, are necefti
tated, from the great rife of all kinds of Pro
visions, toraife the price of Lumber Mcafuring,
and Stave and Shingle Calling, viz :
All Boards and Scantling, 1 Dollar p'T M.
All Ranging Timber 62 £ Cts. per Mt
All Cedar and Live Oak, 1 Dol. per Hurt*
dred, solid measure,
Cuilirtg Staves, 1 Dol. p~r and
Sliingles, 37 f Cts. per M.
And they do alfo'agree, that as soon as pro
visions fall to their form r prices, they will
ch'-arfally reduce theirs to their usual Rates.
Wm. 11. SPF.NCER,
JOHN Y. WHITE,
Savannah, May 17, 1796. *i*Br.
SUGAR in Hhd*. and Barrels,
Best Green COFFEE,
By BORDMAN e? HILLS.
“?. v Annahj March :7 96 •