>'ir townsman* Cu^uyiil SruAot’Ejia tlie
■M competitor for Prize, Offered
u t « Managers of the Boston 1 heatre tor
; e best Peom in honor oi Shukspeare to
'pronounced at the approaching dramatic
ubilee. This is the third literary prize
vhich Mr. S. has attained. •
^ Boston Patriot* 2d mat.
W^aMcr.—Yesterday was the coldest we
ia ve had this winter. The glasB at sunrise,
„ situations of ordinary exposure, exhibited
he mercury at zero, or a few degrees be-
" During the whole day the cold was
ntense, though the wind was South of
Fresh Butler Crackers.
, ’ '•* Lan ling from S .ip Augusta,
■g Bbla Ircih Butter Crackers,
XU 15 half bbls do do
50 hampers English Potatoes
40 casks Cheese
iO bbls Newark Cider
For sale by
CttANE h NEWCOMB.
fob 17 m38
,-ORT OP SAVANNAH. “
Ohin Ulvufii. Handock, of Baltimore, Hotter-
^9 days and 38 from the Lisurd, left the/or
^ 27th Decv On the 19th Jan. in a heavy gale
ir ied away the rudder, and was obliged to steer
„:ih tackle ever since—experienced connant
«es from W. and 8. W. during the passage
Sided from Hottendam in co with ship Phillia,
,of and for Baltimore—Left ship North
pcSIlvf . IIaImiia fliaMlinerrinni •
M US LAWItENCE & Mrs. SEA BURY, rts
peetfiilly informs the Ladies of Savannah,
that Mrs. Lawrence has just returned from New.
York, with Dresa Patterns of the NEWEST
FASHIONS. They return their thunks for the,
liberal patronage tlwy have received and solicit | CORSAIR,
a continuance of it. GARONNE,
frb *7 rS8 | (jilFFQRD WAYNE,
NE W- YORK PAC ICE TS.
T 1HE subscribers have established a regulates AVANN AH,
Line-of Rackets between Savannah, and New
York to sail punctually from each port, on the
frst, eleventh and twenty first, of every month,
commencing at Savannah, on the twenty first, day
of January, 1824.
THE LINE WILL CONSIST OP THE
,H1M MASTS HS,
D. L. PoRTKB,
* - OF
One other vessel to be provided in season—all
1st rate, fiast sailing ships, coppered 8t copper fas-
New Spring Goods,
B Y the ship Emily and other late arrivals from I tened, with elegant accommodations for passes
Liverpool, the subscribers have received a I Rers, and experienced and obliging commanders,
great variety of The Coarsair will sail on the twenty first inst.
Pn-mt. Showington from Batavia, discharging;
[Said, South worth, of Salem, do, brig WYlliam
8 Bliss, Davh, of Richmond, ship Jason, Car-
Ivan, of Baltimore, just arrived and not begun to
unload Passed at Helv^t Sluys, Canton Packet
nf Boston, from Batavia, bourn* up to Rotterdam.
• Moon St Marys, Nye, St Marys, 5 days, Cotton,
L 0 P Dc VdleiVJ M'Nish, J L K Ii Ollendorff
Son, and Capt Sole.
10 ’ ciBAnr.n,
Ship Malabar, Orne, Por- au Prince,
v Douglass Sc. Sorrel.
Schr Mxgnollo, Hannifin’ West, In ties,
Schr Utility, Eldridge, W. Indies,
Came up from Quarantine, this forenoon
[ ship Niagara, Rowland, and E. L. ahip Au
1 ousts, Van Dyke, before reported—Consignees
jjf ,he Augusta, Hall «c Hoyt owners, A 8t E
Wood, G Newhall, P Hill, JohustoHills U co I
B Wick. Cantelou 8c Lamar,H L Milling,G Yokes,
A H Fannin liico Cohen & Miller, W T Williams,
J B Guieu.H Cleland, Maurel & Lathebeaudiere,
I Norton, J B Vallee, H Cassidy, A Parsons, 8 C
Dunning, J W Morrall, Crane 8c Newcomb, J P
Gerard, W I.ippltt, J Rea, and J R Giflord. Pas-
senger Mr N Nesbet.
The steam boat Commerce, passed this place
yesterday on her way to Hamburg, from Charles
[Pun sioor St Mabts J
PORT OP ST MARYS —Feb 8, sailed, schr.
Catherine, Harthornc, for Barbndoea.
In Port, Feb 10, Br brig Mary Ann, Russel, for
Jamaica, ready for aeai brigs Laurel, Mason, and
Henry, Winslow* andsehr Falcon, Morrel.for do
luadirg, schr Jane* Hedly, for New Providence,
loading; and two schrs loading for the West In
SEASONABLE DRY GOODS,
Which makes their assortment more general and
extensive than usual, and will be sold by the pack
age, piece or dozen at a reduced advance, and on
a credit of Twelve Months for approved paper,
or will be exchanged for Steam Boat or Insur
ance Stock, or stuck in either of the Banka in the
ANDREW LOW & CO,
For freight or passages apply to
C. C. GRISWOLD.
jan 9 7
will sail with despatch. For freight
or passage, having good accommodations, apply
f£j" Cotton Bagging, Crates of Crockery, Casks to the master on board at Jones’ upper wharf or to
HALL Ei HOYT
of Glassware, l ea 1 liina, London Porter, t*c. Ac. 1
feb 13 35
OSNA 7f VRGHS.
By the thip Emily just arrived from Liverpool.
James Awdevsou &, Go.
H .’.VE receive.1 their usual supply of best I
Sirelilx Osnaburghs, together with a choice
selection of SEASONABLE ARTICLES; which]
■ t(iey offer for sale on accommodating terms,
feb 16 1.37
LOUISA MATILDA, ,D. \V..nn,
AUGUSTA, I) Van Dick,
WM. WALLACE, T. Wcod,
EMPEROR, J. H. Bbnbbtt,
The ubove are all first rate vessels, with expe
rienced commanders, and will continue to sail in
regular succession throughout the season, leav
ing Savannah for New York on Tuesday and New-
York for Savannah on Saturday in each week.—
For freight or passage, apply to the Captains on
board at Jones’s upper whmf, or to
HALL Ei HOYT.
jan 27 21
\ The regular trading ship,
Is now leading at A. Low 81 co’s.
wharf, (formerly McCready’s) and will meet with
dispatch. For freight, apply to
A. LOW Ei CO.
feb 3 i.26
•The ((!!<( Kitiing coppered ship
— —, Mailer,
Has commenced loading—will be
dt p .tched without delay. For freight of 2U0 bales
cotton nr passage, having good accommodations,
HALL k HOYT.
feb 9 31
By J. B. Herbert ^ Co.
■Will be sold TO-MORROW filth inxt at l.i
o’clock, in Congress Street opposite Shade build
35 Dozen Fancy and Windsor
feb 17 34 Termi Cash.
TO-MORROW,thelSthinst at 11 o’clock,
Before.<>ur store, a general assortment of
20 Shares Planters Bank Stock,
2 do Steam Boat do
On TUESDAY, 24th inst. at 11 o’clock,
Will be sold on Hunter’s upper wharf, for account
of all concerned,
Snv'd from the wreck of Schr. Kitty of Charles
ton. Terms Cash,
feb 17 38
Grand Lod%e of Georgia. .
O N Monday the first day of March next, agrees
bly to the Constitution, a Grand Annual’Con-
tnunication of the Grand Lodge of Georgia, tor
the election of officers will be held, of which th-
officers and members are desire to take notice
By order of the Most Worshipful Grand Haste .
WM. P. BEERS.
feb 7 30
Factorage and Commission Bu
T HE subscribe continues the Factorage and
Commission Business,and tenders bis services
to In'friends and the public,
, His Ware houses are Fire Proof, large and con
150 Tierces new Rice
J. P. WILLIAMSON.
oct 21 197
rpAKE NOTICE—You are hereby required to
A make returns of sales of Merchamfize, sold
at auction, from the Is, May to the 1st Jan. last—
on or before the 25th inst.
JOHN I. ROBERTS, 11.
feb 14 36
New England Rum.
ft A BBLS New England Rum, just received
Via and for sale, by
, ' CALVIN BAKER,
feb 11 *33
YveaVi Ytvncvj and Staple
. Just nrcrmn at
F. BILLET $ CO.
From the Auctions at New York.
T HE Ste.'it, Bum company at., continue to
<n*e f eight for Vugusta, until turther notice,
at one fourth less than their present established
JOHN DAVIDSON, Agent.
feb 9 m31
IC7* The pole boats Olive Branch,
F'o* Liverpool, ,
The sufr tior copper fastened ship
Has commenced loading—will ha ■ e
immediate dispatch. For freight of 150 kales cot
ton, apply to
HALL a ilOYT.
feb 7 30
O NE cose superior plain tdk Nankeen Crapes I :tnd Wilder, will now lake freight to Augusta at
f tlo ^ do figured Mandareen Crape Dres. t s | one halt the customary rates—and will always
1 trunk fashionable Fukboh Calicoes and
1 do English Calicoes 5 yds for g 1
Superior btk Bombazeens
1 case Prunella for childrens clothing
1 do Vigonia Cassimrres
Mrs Cantello’s Corsetts irom No 2 to
Briilsntine Silk Bhwals
Inserting and scolloped Trimmings
Long teeth side Combs
Sprig’d Swiss Muslin, Linen Cambric Hdkfs |
A few boxes No 9 16 rich figured Ribbons
1 case blk Silk Hand! fa
8 bales Strcllitz Oznaburgs, entitled to de
4 trunks -iriped and checked Muslins
4 4 and 6 4 Colton Cambricks
Mi -.es l.eghorn Gipseys, very cheap
Ladies Sirav Uonneig and Gipsies
Band Hnxe> in ne- s or dozen
feb 6 29
,ke for less than the rate exacted by tlie Georgia
Steam Boat Company. Apply to
G. B. LAMAR.
feb 2 25
Corn Grits, Corn Flour, and
f IT HE subscriber has on lintd, and intends keep
JL ing at his store, in Gildon’s building, Market
q 1 arc, a constant supply of Corn Grits, and Corn
Flour, manufactured from the best Southern Flint
corn; and Crack’d Corn for horses.
An assortment of choice
LiqVORS and GROCERIES,
Winch he will sell at the most r.-ouct-d prices,
for cash—add solicits the patronage of his friends
ind tlie public SAML. PHILBHICK.
jan 26 cm 20
HHDS. T oSr.co for -do bv
I’ONf K k M'KFNZIE.
‘A Bbls Boston m s.c ifref, superior quality
50 ps 1st and 2d quality Russia Duck
70 Jo thick and thin Ravens do
12 tons assorted Swedes and Russia Iron
For sale by
feb 10 32
Beef and Pork.
K. A Barrels Pn ne fleet
0*1 f 50 do
A Card. .
FEW Ladies can be genteelly accommodat
* cd with board, in a central and pleasant part
of the City. Young Ladie* «r Children will also
>e received 'a- hoardera, and evety facility grant
ed to forward th views of Parents, or Guardians.
Apply to the Edito
feb 5 , 28
T HE present .juaitei terminates >n Saturday
next, 'l.t-oi tinst, »nd the ensoi: g one com
m.Mices on the Is February Tickets of admit
I si on must be obtained for all the scholars, from the
Treasurer, on or before Monday next.
W. T. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
jan 28 . 22
prime Pork, New York city in-
For sule by
HALL 81 HOYT.
OA HOGSHEADS New <'cleans Sugar, for
OU sale by HALL U HOYT.
,b 16 37
Wants a Situation,
A man that is will accuainted both with tlie
culture of cotton and rice, as he lias been se
I verai years in that business as an overseer, em
ployment is his chief object and terms will be ve
■ y low. A line left at the post office directed to
\. M. will meet with prompt attention,
jan 9 7
T HE sub&c.ibtrsCu-tr wll m future be held
at his House, in l’residi nt Street, between
Habersham and Price Street—w-..ere lie at pre
sent keeps his Office. His return day in this
month, is on Saturday next.
> . ; S. MORDECAI, j. r.
• •fcVl3 l 34
. Meeting of the Member, is r quested at the
i City Hotel on TUESDAY EVENING,
tin* 17th inst. at 7 o’clock P M to make arrange
mints for their approaching anniversary.
ALFXANDER HUNTER, Sec’rv.
feb 16 37
Castor Oil and Sweet Oil.
5()(J Bottl|s^hes CJ Talbots superior Cas-
200 bottles American Cold Expressed do do
do second quality do do
do West India do do for plantation use
*9 doz do Sweet Oil ih Boxes o obe doz reed
and for sale by
** F. I. LAY, Druggist,'
J B HERBERT 81 CO. having received ti e
• ageifcy of an extensive POTTERY in Liver-
pool, will fill orders for Crockery of any descript,
ion on advantageous terms,
feb 13 34
W ILL be given for the apprehension of Tom
(alias) Cane, who absconded from the
subscriber about ten days ago, he is well known
in tlie city, and has been in the employ of Mr
Cristie amt others, cleaning the market for three
of four years past.
WM. H. GREENE.
feb 16 m 37
Shad’s bull ling.
T^BBSONS indebted to the gstute of Martha W
JL Bndger deceased, are requested to make im
meuiate payment, and those having demands
against said estate, will present them properly at
tested within the time limited by law.
-, „ Administrator.
feb 5 28
P Administrator’s Notice.
LRSONS indeb ed to the estate of Mary Hal!
a m C * Me “’ are requested to make immediate
ent »,® nd those having demands against said
the time limited by-law? P, ° Perly Wkh '‘"
feb 5 ;
m Brought to Jail
1 U „ Sav ? nna h» 011 the 19t!i jjwt. a negro man who
I in 18 "““e is Luke, and that he belongs to
hm. l"’ 1 ! 81, Simons’ Island, and that he
f Wh »L ab K Ut7 oo eek9 a 8 61 He '8 5 feet 1 inch
liMri’ an ^ years of age and has a scald
Si 23 \ 7 •• I. I)‘l.YON. j c c.
T h notile.
B Co-partnership of William and Judd O
sent * EB »,V’his day dissoveii by mutual con
’sine** „u orcler t0 » speedy settlement of the bu-
' ttaken* Persons indebted are culled upon to
re payment to John O. Baker
JOHN O BAKER.
Jah 21 v Jf cebor 9WK|b «#■ JM> 1,1824,
H AVE still on band a few Half Pipes and Qr.
Casks of their fii st importation of Madeira
M absence^rom'thiacitv ^ ^
**“^**' absence from this City. I till.- U««nr1 id w«ll Vnmun in fiuvnnnnh and thp
1 fe.fi 16
At Private Sale.
•< Family of Negroes* (30 in number,) among
t which, there are seventeen frst rate Field
Hands. For terms apply to
J. B. HERBERT Ei CO.
Should the Above negroes not be sold before
the 1st March next, they then will be sold at pub-
lie auction at the Court House,
jan 23 17
“ NOTICE. —
I VERSONS having demands against the estate
of Eugene McConoloag, will bring their ac
counts forward, attested, and those indebted to
the estate will make immediate payment.
feb 12 . l34
The brand is well known in Savannah and the
quality will not be found inferior to any of the
former shipments of that house. Their last im
portation pr Napoleon is equally good, and those
who may wish to purchase can have a selection
from either parcel—They* will be happy to receive
orders for any wines the product of Madeira, and
will guarantee that the quality shall be approv
SCOTT SI BALFOUR.
Jan 31 cn24
lEKSONS having demands against tl* estate
JT of James Anderson, lute ol Augusta deceased,
are requested to present their claims properlv at
tested; and those indebted to make immediate
P ERSONS indebted to the estate of James
Lambright, late of Liberty county, deceased,
-.re requested to make immediate payment; and
those having demands against said estate, will
present them legally attested within the time pre
scribed by Law to
JOS. LAW, Sen’r.
Brought to Jail,
i*FN Savannah, ojl the 19th instant, a negro man
11 who says his name is Solomon, and that he be
longs to Mr.Matbews of St Simons Island,and thut
he ranaway about 7 weeks ago, he is 5 feet 4
inches high, and about 30 years of age, and is pit
ted with 'lie small pox 00 his face;
4,. jan 23 IB
T HE subscribers having entered into partner
ship in the practice of the Law, will attend
to any business entrusted to them.
jan 26 20
A VALUABLE Rice Plantation on Savannah
Rtvar, about 7 miles from the City—having
one hundred and forty five acres rioe land, drain
ed and tinder good Banks, and as good a pitch ot
tide as any On the river. v Four hundred and
ninety two acres high and good provision land,
with Dwelling Hous, Barns,framed Negro Houses
with b'rick chimneys, with a gang of eighty two
negroes on tlie same, accustomed to the Culture
of Rice. T erms made known by applying to
’03* The Charleston. Courier will please insert
the above once a week for two months, and for
ward their bill to this Office "
frb 6 .29 - -,S
A. B. HAYDEN,
R ESPECTFULLY offers his.professionalaer<
vices to the citizens of Savannah and its vi-
cinity. He has taken rooms in the dwelling oc
cupiedby Mrs Limbert, on Broughton^ street,
first door east bf the residence of the late Duct.
Kollock, where he will be happy to wait upon
those who may honor him with their confidence.
N. B Hayqetis approved dentrifice Sml tooth
brushes of thafirsl quality may be had as nhov
. feb 10 .. -m
The superior coppered and cop
per fastened brig
A M ERIC A,
Wm Graves Master,
now taking in her cargo, and will meet with
tikpateb. For freight, apply to the captain 01
hoard, at Anderson’s wharf, or to
PETERSEN, HAMMOND 81 CO
feb U 33
The coppered md copper fastened
For freight of 30'J bales cotton, ap
iy tu capt. Anthony Muifat, on buard, at Dun
nine’s wharf, or to
PETERSEN, HAMMOND 81 CO
feb 11 33 Jones* Buildings
For New York.
[FIRST LINE ]
1 ne last sailing' ^wppefed packet
White, M ister,
W ill suil 011 the 21st inst. For freight or passage,
having superior accommodations, apply to
C. C. GRISWOLD, or
feb 12 34
By Calvin Baker.
on THURSDAY, 19ih inst. at II o’tlock,
In front of his auction Store,
A general assortment of
G li OC FJ R1E S,
A valuable assortment of British and American
r.'. t6 34 '
JSUVYEfcfc &L AUUMVU I O.Y,
H iVt. received l»> the ships Savannah 81 Au
gusta, a fresh supply of CLOTHING, direct
from their Ware House in few Y’otk, made under
their inspection in the most fashionable style par
ticular.y for this market,
CLOAKS of blue and brown Camblet and Tartan
Plaid of various Patterns
LADIES CLOaKS of Caroline and Circassian
FROCK COATS of super blue, brown, Oxford
mixt, olive and claret mixture
DRESS CO ATS of super and extra super blue,
Hiid black Cloth, common . do . do
COATTEES of blue and mixt do do
PANTALOONS of ribbed and stripe Cassimere,
blue, black and colored cloth and cassimere*
saitinetts, cords, 810.
f STB of figured silk velvet, figured silk stripe
and plain do.—super silk stripe Toilenett—
Valentis do. blue and black cloth and cassi
mere, bull' cassimere, white and alriped Mat*
sallies, Swansdown, Etc.
Linen and cotton Shin.t, striped and check do.
Guernsey Frocks, Lambs Wool do. Drawers*
Stockings, Gloves, Hdkfs, Cravat Stiffeners,
W ebbs Patent Russia Beits and Suspended..
Together with almost every articlt in their line,
which make their assortment as good as anv in
this city, and will be sold us usual at New York
Fiices, at their store corner of Whitaker and St;
Julian streets,- opposite Youngs’ buildings,
jan 26 |i.20—f t
For New York
V. The fast sailing coppered packet
I). Wood, Muster,
Sait io Morrow, (Tuesday 17th mst ) For
pusauge, having superior accomodtitions.^pply to
feb 16 37
HALL 81 HOYT.
[established line ]
The fast failing regular packet
SkN • Ship
Succeeds tlie Louisa Matilda, in this line, and will
sail on Tuesday, 21th inst. For freight or passage,
having superior accomodations, apply to
HALL 81 HOYT.
The fine coppered brig
Will positively suil on the 14th
inst, weather permitting. Forfreightof 100 bar
rels or passage, having excellent accommodations,
apply to /
NICHOLAS a NEFF.
feb 10 32
For freight or passage apply to
W M. GASTON.
Wm. Godsoe, master,
For freight apply on board Tay
lor’s wharfj or to
Who offers for sale, landing from said Schooner
49 H lids'and 3 tierces superior Molasses
17 Bags Coffee,
On board said schooner,
A quantity of Fruit.
for which, apply io the Master,
feb 10 m 33
ONTINUK tlie Commission Business in Li
verpnol under the firm of ISAAC, LOW 8c
v o. and will at all times make liberal advances on
•roduce shipped to their address.
Importations of Goods will be made and only
commission charged, when the payment is tmis-
Having vessels regularly in the Liverpool trade,
Hnd owning a convenient wharf with Fire proof
Storea, they will receive ‘and forward cotinh in
heir own vessels, or those to their address free
of any commission.
Their Stock of WINTER GOODS is now very
xten-ive, and their Spring stipplies,which wifi be
general, are now on the way.
ANDREW LOW 81 CO.
WHITE PLAINS $ BAGGING
AT REDUCED PRICES.
dec IS 240
4 large quantity of Mr. McAJ.PHINS BRICKS,
‘X (10,000.) will be kept on Wayne’swhaif^a a±
sample, and for retail, 't he Brick will be jgtvutir'
at any wliatf in town to sufr purchaser.. Apply
to DAVID A. STROBHAR,
jan 10 8 .*'
Wheat and Indian Bread,
C AN be obtained EVERY MORNING, at Mr
Robinson’s Bakery, corner of Drayfo,, s , ree t
ami Bay lane,
feb 7 i30
Office of the Marine and Fire In*
Savasnau, 4th February, 1824,'
A LL persons are hereby cautioned against re-
deceiving or negociating S. J. Bryan & Broth
ers’acceptance, of F. M. Stone’s Draft, in favor of
S.J Bryan, payable in sixty days from 23d No-
vember, 182o, for four hundred and fifty dollar*,
as the said acceptance is the property of this com
pany slid iias been either lost or improperly token
Th. 28 , GE0 ' SCHLEV - l> ’““ i "''.
Office qf lie Marine and h'ire In-
. - Sav.ucnah, 5th Feb. 1824.
T HIS Office will insure cotton between Augus-
ta atld SaVannah, in boats of the Steam Boat
Company, at one quarter' of one per cent premi
um, and merchandise at one quarter, to one half
per cent, according to circumstances. On pole
boats plying between said places, oncjialfper cent,
and upwards will be charged, agreeably to thfe
condition of the boat and the character of the
_, _ _ CEO. SCHLEY, President.
feb 5 ctr2S
The fine re; packet brig
Isaac Atwood, Master,
■Is ready to receive freight this day.
S B PAUKMAN,
Who offers for Sale,
50 bbls new Rum
6 pipes Holland Gin
200 bi xes Herring
2 pipes superior Cognac Brandy, [Sig-
10 half pipes Pico Madeira Wine, of first
10 pipes French Sherry do
feb 13 ‘ m 34
For Freight or Charter,
. The substantial; brig
*Vill be in readiness uo receive a
cat go in two day's. For terma, apply 16
^ 1ULL ‘ '
*f<n> 7 ' S*
T HE co-partnership heretofore existing under
the firm of
Miller 5j* Fort,
expires this day, by limitation. All persons hav
ing demands, and those Who are indebted, will
please apply to A G Miller, who is duly authorised
to settle the concern.
Arthur g miller.
Carries on the Commis-ion and Factorage Duai f
nest, on his own account, aqd makes a tender of
his services to the friends of the late firm, who
may expect liberal advances on all consignments.
«. ARTHUR 0. MILLER.
Savannah, J anu aryl^l824,
feb 5. +V.A28
f ' City Ta# Returns.
/V LL persons ar.e hereby required to^ make
their returns of property liable to tax in the
City on or before tbe first day of March next A
double ,tax will be assess d (in all defaulters after
that period in conformity with the ordinance ia
such case made and provided.
JNO. 1, ROBERTS, QitgTnehsiffxf.