j>Y FREDERICK S. FELL.']
SAVANNAH, (GA.) JUNE 29, 1816.
Number 77 •]
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY .AND SATURDAY’,
AT SIX HOLLARS PER .IXJVTUM,
PAYABLE IX ADVANCE.
. , t ,1,, rote of Seventy-Five Cents per
x *■»*, ^
Cents for each continuation.
„ mnv «ii orders from the Country, unless the
jgSSBCWS.Tows, or the p«y woU tnowo to
Ali LETTEns to the Editor must be post-paid.
. fip Five passengers can be accommo-
in the packet brig GEORGIA, to sail for New-
York, on Sunday next. OLMSTEAD & BATTELLE
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
The substantial fast sailing brig EXMOUTII,
.Edward \V. Pollard, master; will be dispatched,
£ha' ing two thirds of her cargo on board. For
of 200 bales cotton apply on board, at Bolton’s
wharf, or to J. BAY Y ELLE,
J\'o. 16, Commerce Row.
Who has for sale
Bills of Exchange
NEW YORK AND BOSTON
For Liverpool or Greenock.
J-a The staunch, well found ship UNION, captain
_^™&=Post, of 230 tons, will take a cargo of cotton to
Liverpool or Greenock, at a low freight, if early applica
tion is made to CARNOCIIAN 8t MITCHELL.
The regular trading brig ADELINE, James
Rich, master. For freight or passage apply to
WHITNEY & PARKMAN.
The schooner SARAH ANN, captain Lum
■bard. For freight or passage apply on board
at Y'eifiiir’s wharf, or to
Olmstead & Battelle,
M~ho have now landing-,
SO casks cut NAILS, and
20l) pieces company N .nkeens. june 1 65
The excellent fast s. ikng brig THREE STr>-
^Y’ERS, L. ne, master; for freight, (winch wiii be
fetaken low) or passage, having good accommo
dations apply to the m; ster on board or to
Gumming & Moorhead,
If 7io have for sale, just received,
6 chests superior quality yot ug Hyson TEA.
june 22 v 74
Parties of Pleasure
Can be accommodated in the fine, fast sailing
pilot boat PEACE, which has been fitted for the
tpurpose. She will take parties over the Bar, to
the Black Fish bank, or to Charleston, at a short notice,
and will always return when the party on board require
it. Fifteen Hollars per day will be the expense, passen
gers finding their own stores. Applv to
WM. ROYSY'ON, or
nine 20 63
The fast sailing brig GEORGIA, captain West,
tlPg^having three fourths of tier cargo ready to go oh
board. For freight or passage, having excellent
accommodations, applv to
Olmstead & Battelle.
The brig CASKEY', captain Doak, will sail on
Sunday next. For freight of 100 bales cotton or
* passage apply to the captain on bon d, or
B. M*Kinne & Co.
June 18 72 1
For N ew-York
, - The fine new schooner LE V ANT, YVood', mas-
^AMT^ter, will s.*il on Sunday next, weather permitting.
jtkaafcFor freight or passage, having spacious accom
modations, apply to the captain on board, or to
Pelot & Merrick.
i 1 re 1 * 71
The sclioouer VENUS, captain
-, liev int
sailed on the 6tb, may be be iiOurly expecteif;
will meet with immediate dispatch. For freight
or passage apply to PELOT & MERRICK.
For Newport and Providence, (u. i.)
The packet brig GOVERNOR HOPKINS,
captain Smith, will have dispatch. For freight
or passage, having handsome accommodations,
ply to the master on board, at Bolton’s wharf, or to
T. H. Coirtly.
vine 20 73
The packet brig HERO, captain Bailey, will
^sail for Philadelphia, the 31st inst. For freight
■ or passage apply to
Perry & Wright,
Who have for sale
4 ton Sweed Steel
1 ton broad Russia Steel
10 faggots Crowley Steel
10 barrels of Philadelphia bottled Porter
20 boxes crab Cider
17 casks and 100 bags Oats
Whiskey, in hogsheads and barrels
Bills oi Excnange
ON NEW-YORX AND LIVERPOOL.
J. E. White & Co.
may 21 60
Bills on NewnYork.
For sale bv
june 27—a—76 1
T. A. SCHOEDDE.
A BILL OF EXCHANGE on Iamdon, for 8001. for
sale by WILLIAM TAYLOR,
The subscribers have removed to the new brick store,
on the Bay, nearly in the rear of their former establish
ment and opposite Messrs. B. M’Kinne Sc Co’s, where
they offer.for sale, just received per ship Woodbine and
brig Savannah Packet, from New-York, a general assort
ment of READYMADE CLOATHING, consisting of the
following articles, viz:
India seersucker, gingham and black bombazet Coattees
Superfine blue and mixed cloth and cassimere do
Gingham, white jean and yellow nankeen round Jackets
Superfine white and figured Marseilles Vests
Do black Florentine do
Do yellow nankeen, white jean, white eassar cord,
striped - jean, cotton cassimere, olive, velveteen,
Angola cassimere and cord Pantaloons
Superfine blue, black, drab and mixed cassimere Funta-
Superfine linen and cotton Shirts, Etc. &c.
W. & A. Weyman & Co.
Pack Pins, white and black silk Gloves
Ladies’ straw Hats, Artificial Flowers
Millinets, cotton Lace, white Sattins
Men’s and boy’s wool and roram Hats, june 20-M-73
For sale by
Bills on England
ANDREW LOW 8c CO.
f)n the first Tuesday in July next,
YVjJl be sold at the.court house in Savannah, by consent,
between the hours of 10 and3 o’clock,
T wo negro women named Rose and Di; levied on as
the property of Joseph Davis to satisfy an execution at
the suit of the United States, vs^ Joseph Davis and David
Leion. JOHN EPPINGER, marshal.
june 20 73
Black Pepper, (heavy 1
The fine packet brig ALMIRA, Isaac Atwood,
^master, expected to sail from this about the 15th
*of July; will take passengers for New-York,
Bhode-Island or Boston. WHITNEY & PARKMAN.
The sioop SCHOHARIE, captain Lemuel
wt^yt\ Forsyth, will be despatched immediately. For
fie&i SUfreight or passage apply on board at Hunter’s
wharf or to JOHN LATHROP & CO.
Who have for sale, on board said sloop,
A few hundred weight of superior manufactured To
A few cases of fine Muslin
june 2 7 m-
several likely NEGROES.
* Just received,
From Liverpool, per ship Winnefre<L
| Salt, and
|£ 5 lr °n Coals, which will be sold low if applied
1 lor immediately.- Apply to
Calvin Baker & Co.
By virtue of a decree of the honorable the sixth circuit
court of the United States for the district of Georgia,
made in a case wherein Jane Irving, William Irving, Ca
tharine Maitland and Alexander Maitland, were com
plainants and Joseph Currie and Joseph Miller, were de
Will be sold at the court-house in the city of Savannah,
between the usual hours,
On the frst Tuesday in August next,
The following negroes, viz: Dublin, Rina, Mintey, Han
nah, Priscv, Tom, Mary, .Molly, Sandy, Maria, Elsey,
Fox, Hercules, Cuffv, Suckcy, Betsy, Polly and Sambo—
being a part of the personal estate of the late John Currie,
esq. dec. JOHN EPPINGER,
iunt 27 76 Marshal
Marstlai s saies.
On the first Tuesday in August next,
Will be sold at the court-house in Savannah, between the
hours of Id and 3 o’clock,
Y'he following negroes, to wit: Judith, Rachel, Fri
day, Juno, Bob, Hetty , Scotland, Fox, Jarvis, Jane, J3i-
uah, Brutus, sen. B • ttus, jun. Duncan, Galloway', Caesar
and J.ck—-levied on as the property of Alexander Cur
rie, dec. to satisfy an execution at the suit of John Mil
ler. JOHN EPPINGER,
’ june 27 76 Marshal
PROM CHARLESTON, A VII NOW LANDING,
From the sloop General Washington captain Campbell, anti
for sale, at No. 17, Bolton's buildings, fronting the Ex
2d boxes best Claret
1 pipe Holland Gin
1 chest superior 1 Ivson Tea
boxes bine and white Starch
barrels Vinegar and Cr
iN ew Goods.
By' the brig Yamacraw and ship Y’homas Gibbons, from
Liverpool the subscribers have received their suply of
suited to the summer season, winch are offered for sale
on reasonable terms. ANDREW LOW & CO.
Good OZNABURGS, at 13 cems per yard.
William F. Beers
Has received a variety of elegant lace Veils
Shawls and Handkerchiefs
Thread Laces, of the newest patterns
A few- pieces first quality bed Y’icking
Black and colored Crapes (very low)
Green Florence Silk, fine book Muslin
Fine undressed Calicoes and Cambrics
Striped Jeans and Florentines
Webb’s patent Suspenders, silk and cotton
Kid Gloves, best quality, of which a few dozen are un
Irish Linens, at all prices, silk Gloves
Fresh HYSON TEA,' best quality,
june 8- 68
Offer for sale
TeneriiTe and Malaga Wine, in pipes and quarter
Gin, Brandy, Rum
A few bags of Pepper and Coffee
10,000 Philadelphia Bricks
George & Alexander Mi Ker.
june 18 T--—72
F or sale
200 pieces Inverness Bagging
50 pieces Oznaburgs
3 cases, containing 2000 Dutch half pint Tumblers.
100 bis No. 1 Boston Beef JAMES JOHNSTON,
june 22 a 74
Sugar, fit for re-
And now landing from J\ew
37 hhds. prime selected New-CBeans
tailing . Pt
40 do do retailing Molasses
4 pipes 4th proof genuine Cognac Brandy
10 chests Gunpowder and Hyson Tea.
6 c:isks assorted Shot
2 pipes old Madeira YVine ■ .
quarter casks L. P. Y'eneriffe and Malaga do
barrels Pork and Beans
old 4th proof Jamaica Rum, warranted pure, be
ing iiriported direct
Whiskey, N. E. Rum, Coffee andiron
Together with a large and general assortment of well
chosen GROCERIES, in any quantity to suit purchasers,
for sale by BROWS & WELMAJf,
Has just received, and now opening, at No. 17, Bolton's
buildings, fronting the Exchange-wharf,
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES,
YVhich are offered for sale, low for cash:
50 casks London bottled Porter
30 barrels fresh Philadelphia Flour
25 barrels Georgia do
Crackers, by the keg or barrel
New-Orleans Sugars, in barrels
White Havana do
Double refined loaf Sugar
Coffee and Hyson Y'eas
Best Jamaica Rum
Northward Rum and YVhiskey
Madeira Wine, by the dozen or quarter cask
Lisbon do do
Sweet Oil, boxes brown Soap
Boxes fresh Prunes, Raisins and Almonds
3000 lbs. North-Carolina Hams
20 boxes choice Spanish Segars
20 thousand American do
Duel, Gresham Co.
Have now landing, from the ship Winnefred, ftom Liver
A large supply of SUMMER GOODS.
39 casks and cases assorted Hardware and Cutlery,
each containing a complete assortment for a retail store
One case superior plated Ware, consisting of cruet
Frames, candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays
And -via New-York,
Two trunks Parasols, three bales Seersuckers, three
bales Humimms •
1000 pieces long yellow Nankeens, one case chip Hats;
white, black and colored Levantine and Florence Silks
Stout mixed coat Silks and Florentine Y’esting; white
and bhiek lace Shawls and Y r eils; Merino Tippets; ele
gant embroidered Ridicules, assorted colors and patterns
Thread Laces and Edgings
One case Chinelle Cords, assorted colors and sizes
Fifteen cases straw Hats and Bonnets
Six cases Artificial Flowers
Seventeen cases Looking Glasses, a part of which are
in elegant gilt frames. june 15—71
Macoboy and Scotch Snuff
Soft shelled Almonds—best Raisins
- Green Gages—Appricots—Peaches and Quinces,
30 boxes fresh Prunes
30 boxes old Medoc Claret
2 pipes Madeira Wine, five years old
Teas, of the latest importation
Fresh Turkey Figs—old Porte YVine
Best Mustard—Spermaceti Candles
Double distilled Rose YVater—Orange do
For sale by P. MORIN,
A few bales of GERMAN GOODS, w T ell suited for ne
groes’ summer clotliing, which will be sold very low.
june 4 66
E. Bliss 6c Co.
Have just received per ship Adonis, from-New- York,
London superfine Cassimeres, black, blue and drab;
Vigonia ditto; cotton Cassiitiere and V’igonia Cord;
white, black and blue Jeans; London Stripes; black
Cambric; cotton Lace; bell Buttons; nun’s Y’hread;
men’s buckskin and beaver Gloves; ladies’ kid and
silk Gloves; tortoise shell Combs; Ribbons; Levantine
Shawls and fancy' Handkerchiefs.
1 case China Silk, assorted colors
black, green and changeable Florence Silk
1 case cotton Cambrics
1 do Calico
1 do- Gingham3
I bale India Cotton
1 case German Sheeting, kc. june 6—67
On the first Tuesday in July next,
YVill be sold at the Market-house in St. Mary’s, between
the hours of ten and three o’clock,
The Buildings on part of wharf lot No. 3, in St.
Mary’s—levied on as the property of Paul Chase to
satisfy sundry executions at the suit of the United
States against said Paul Chase and others.
itine 1——-65 U.-rshul.
Bank of the United States.
Persons intending to subscribe to the Bank of the Unit
ed States, are informed that the" undersigned will attend
at the Planters’ Bank, on THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
SATURDAY next, from 10 o’clock, a. m. to 1 o’clock
p. m. for the purpose of receiving the payment required
in gold or silver coin. EDWARD HARDEN,
jnne 27—76 One of the Commissioners.
OF SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS,
Whose licences are out on the 22d of this month, and
those who have no licence, are notified to make applica
tion at the Police Office, otherwise they will be brought
before council indiscriminately.
wharf, jtmev 25—TS
F» M* Stoaej c.
And for sale at the
OF A YOUNG MAN OF MASSACHUSETTS,
Late a Sugeon on board an American Privateer, captured
by the British, in 1813; confined first at
HALIFAX, THEN AT CHATHAM, ENGLAND*
AXD LAST AT
03” Subscribers to the above Work will please call
and take their copies.june 18—72
On Thursday the, 2d July,
Will be sold before the court house, between the usual
hours, (if not previously disposed of at private sale)
A valuable NEGRO FELLOW, a first rate cooper.
M. Herbert & Co. auct’rs.
iune 25 75
From the schooner .Mechanic,
20 bis Pork
10 pipes Wine
16 hhds northern Gig
25 pieces Oznaburg's
300 Madras Handkerchiefs
35 tons flat building Stone, which will be disposed of
low, if immediately applied for, by
Pelot L Merrick.
Bills on New-York
For sale as above.
j* ne 4—
20 tons Lignum vita
15 hhds .Molasses
6 casks Cop eras
100 pieces best Dundee Bagging
50 pieces flaxen Oznaburgs
Caruochan & Mitchel.
For sale at the store of
J. J. & F. BLANCHARD,
FOR CASH OR Ai’VKOlED RARER,
6-4 figured Cambric and figured Muslin
4-4 plaid Si k and colored Crape
Silk, for bonnets of ail colors; among which are green,
white, pink, Ike.
S ilk, for dresses of all colors and qualities
Sarunet, for trimming bonnets, of all colors
Plain and figured silk Gauze
6-4 silk Lace and narrow ditto, for trimming
Superfine thread Lace and linen Cambric.
6-4 half lace Sliawls and 6-4 lace Veils
Ribbons, of all sizes and colors
Silk Shawls, of all sizes and colors, from 75 cents to §13
Dutch Roils and white Oznaburgs
Dutch Sheeting, Russia and Irish ditto
Furniture Fringe and Dimity
Silk Cords, CheneUe, and Beads
Fine book, jaconet and mull Muslin
Turtle Shell Combs, F'ans and bead Baskets
Damask table Cloths, of all sizes
Russia and Irish Diaper .
4-4 and 7-4 Irish Linen, blue Nankeen
Cotton Kerseymere, Bombazett, 8cc.
Together with a great variety of fancy and seasonable
GOODS, too tedious to enumerate,
Philadelphia Razee Boots,
The subscriber has just received fpr brig Qlynthus»
50 pair RAZEE BOOTS, of a superior quality.
june 1 65
Fine powdered Cream Y'artar
Do do Yellow Bark
F'resh do Ipecac
Do Caraway SeetJ
Do English Cammomile Flowers
Best short staple Isinglass
Do Flake Manna
Do Alexandrine Senna
American Ink Powder
Essence of Peppermint
Refined Campnor \
Y'urkey green Arabic
Manna, in sorts
English Sugar of Lead
Do Rochelle Salts
The above articles are offered for sale by .
Stebbins & Mason.
Herrings, smoked Beef, and manufactured Tobacco cr
the first quality; just landing from the ship Cotter
Plant, and for sale on reasonable terms, by
mav '’I —60 ^
Thursday next being the fourth of Ju’y, this Bimfc
will be shut—therefore notes and acceptances payable oa
that day must be taken up on Wednesday.
i,1nP ^ 76 cashier
At Mr. M'Queen’s Island, a short time back, a small
four oared YAWL BOAT, appears as if du had been
lately pitched inside—the owner can have the same by
proving property and paying for this advertisema -