J}Y FREDERICK S. FELL.']
SAVANNAH, (GA.) JULY % 1816.
[Whole Number 2690.
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
EV EKY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM*
TAXABLE IK ADVANCE.
will be inserted at the rate of Seventy-Five Cents per
squ-.re the first time, and Thirty-seven and a Half
Cents for each continuation.
■must accompany all orders from the Cottktbt, unless the
payment be secured in Town, or the party well known to
jll Letters to the Editor must be post-paid.
The substantial fast sailing brig EXMOUTH,
Edward \V. Pollard, master; will be dispatched,
}||§Jfchuving two thirds of her cargo on board. For
freiidit of ~jj bales cotton apply on board, at Bolton’s
central wharf; or to 3. BATTELLE,
Mo. 16, Commerce Ro-w.
Who has for sale
Bills of Exchange
ON NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
jniu 16 — —7 2
For Falmouth, (England)
chut a .>| t ;rKVl,
The fine, coppered, Philadelphia built slrip
T)IUO, eapt.un West, daily expected from Phha-
J^y&iclphiRj. wiU meet with immediate dispatch;
having nearly all her ca’go ready to go on board.—
Freight of 2U0 bales cotton apply to
Perry & Wright.
(£j* A few Passengers can be handsomely aceoirnTiO
da'e.: or board t‘«c .♦rvcv sum UTDO. ; :;y 2— *:—< *S
jrEXr The brig ADELINE, J. Rich,master, will sail
vig/jpton Friday, weatb, r permitting.
Whitney & Parkman.
F or Boston
The schooner SARAH ANN, captain Lum-
j&iitsSfebard. For. freight or passage apply on board,
at Telnur’s wharf, or to
Olmstead & Battelle,
Who have now landing,
50 casks cut NAILS, and
20J pieces company Nankeens. june 1-
TO SAIL ON SFVniT NEXT,
C Wind and -weather permitting, J
.. The substantial and fist sailing - brig THREE
.fffl SISTERS, James Lane, master, lying at Tufts’s
JBsSalfe wharf. For freight, which will be taken cheap
having a good part engaged, or passage, apply to the
cap: in on board, or GUMMING & MOORHEAD,
juiy 2 78 .
Bdls of Exchange
ON NEW-YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
J. E. White & Co.
htils on England
For sale by ANDREW LOW & CO.
Bills on New-York.
For sale bv
bib. 2 1—78
F or sale
26 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar
8 Ho Tobacco STURGES & BURROUGHS.
From the schooner .Mechanic
20 bis Pork
10 pipes Wine
16 hhds northern Gin
25 pieces Ozn.tb irgs
30u Madras Handkercliiefs
35 tons flat building Stone, which will be disposed of
low, if immediately applied for, bv
Pelot & Merrick.
Bills on New-York
f 1. us :.bove.
i me 4-
Phnavicipiiia .Razee Loots.
1 he subscribe)' has j"9t received per brig Olyvthus,
50 pair RAZEE BOOTS, of a superior quality.
Fine powdered Cream Tartar
Do do Yellow Bark
Fresh do Ipecac
Do Caraway Seed
Do English Cammomile Flowers
Be st s\ort staple Isinglass
Do Flade Manna
Do Alexandrine Senna
American Ink Powder
Essence of Pepperaiint
Turkey green Arabic
Al <nria, in sorts
English Sugar of Lead
Do Rochelle Salts
The above articles are offered for sale by
Stebbias & Mason.
By the brig Yamacraw and ship Thomas Gibbons, from
Liverpool the subscribers have received tlieii* suply of
suited to the summer season, which are offered for sale
on reasonable terms. ANDREW LOW fe CO.
(Ijr" Good OZNABURGS, at 18 cents per yard,
From bng Three Sisters,
12 cases fluted half pint TUMBLERS.
For sale by J. BATTELLE,
JVo. 16. Commerce Mow
Who hasfor sale low, to close an account,
35 coils superior bale ROPE.
(Tj» 100 bales COTTON wanted to fill ujp the EX-
MO L’TH, for Liverpool. Apply as above.
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 Jaiie 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 thefirst Tuesday in August next.
The following negroes, viz: Dublin, Rina, Mintey, Han
nah, Priscy, Tom, Mary, Molly, 'Sandy, Maria, Elsey,
Fox, Hercules, CufPy, Suckey, Betsy, Polly and Sambo—
being a part of the personal estate of the late John Currie,
— dec. JOHN EPPINGER,
27 ~6 Ma-shai
lVI •rsiiai’s sales.
On the first Tuesday in August next,
Will be sold at the court-house in Savannah, between the
hours of 10 and 3 o’clock,
The following negroes, to wit: Judith, Rachel, Fri
day, Juno, Bob, Hetty, Scotland, Fox, Jarvis, Jane, Bi-
nah, Brutus, sen. Brutus,‘jun. Duncan, Calloway, Cresar
and J..ck—levied on ;iS the property of Alexander Cur
rie, dec. to satisfy an execution at the suit of vfotm Mil
ler. ’ JOHN EPPINGER.
june 27 76 Alur.hal
Has just received, and now opening, at JVb. 17, Holton's
, buildings, fronting the F.xchan(re wharf,
THE Ft).'LOWING ARTICLES,
Winch arc offered for sale, low for cash:
50 casks London bottled Porter /
30 b rrtls fresh Piuiadelphia 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 Teas
Best Jamaica Ram
Northward Rum and Whiskey
Madeira Wine, by toe dozeif or quarter cask
Lisbon no cfo >
S weet Oil, boxes brown Soap
Boxes fresh .Prunes, Raisins and Almonds
3000 lbs. North-Carolina Hams
2j boxes choice Spanish Seg. rs
20 thousand American do
Duel, Gresham &, Co.
. auk oi iiie Abate ol tioorgid
The stockholder of the' Bank of the State of (Georgia
:ire hereby notified, that the second instalment of twenty
per centum wilt be received at the State Ba.Hk in Savan
nah; and for the accommodation of western stockhold
ers, an agent will be appointed to attend a- the Bank of
Augusta for that purpose also, from the first of August
next. The holders of stock are required to pay mis in
stalment within six months from tiie time of subscribing
for the same, in specie or n Fes of the Banks of Georgia.
W. B. Bullock, president.
The editors oi newspapers throughout the state are
requested to publish tile above, and ihrward their bigs for
I at. Srtvam. Ji, iiUtk June, 1816 r-75
A light four whec-f CARRIAGE and HARNESS, near-
ly new. Apply to
U, & J. HABERSHAM.
aprii 4 4Q
That well known Lot, with the improvements thereon,
consisting of a large dwelling and out Houses, a little out
of repair, situate in the upper end of town, formerly own
ed and occupied by Mr. Strawhacker. For particulars,
enquire of T. POLHILL, or
F. H. WELLMAN
june 25 ca 75
Factorage and Commission
The subscriber haring commenced in the above line
of BUS!W6S, offers Ids services to his friends and the
nuhlic; his Counting-Room is on Wayne’s upper wharf,
f rineriy occupied by Messrs. Piiinizy fe Burnett- The'
Store is large and commodious—produce will be re
ceived on storage and evfcry attention given to its re
ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE.
Have concluded to Continue their business through the
summer, and wiil keep constantly on hand and for sale
at their Manufactory, mouid and dipt CANDLES, some
of which are part bees’ wax. No. 1, 2 and 3 SOAP.
Also, good cider VINEGAR, at wholesale or bv the
gallon. L. BALDWIN & CO.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The firm of Christie & Hotchkiss was dissolved on
the 15th inst. by mutual consent. All persons having de
mauds against said firm wiil present the same to Jared
Hotchkiss for settlement, and those indebted will call and
settle their accounts, as he is fully authorised to settle the
concerns of the firm * ROBERT CHRISTIE,
iune 18 .— 72
r or sale
The Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which
Joseph Hill lately resided—dt is a substantial well built
bridge, composed chiefly of cypress; it has stood the
freshets, and appears to be in all respects a good and
complete piece of work. For terms apply to
JOHN BOLTON or i ex’ors.
JEREMLAH CUYLER. 5 J. Hid.
aprii 4 40
Wharf and Stoi *es.
To rent, the wharf and stores at present occupied by
-Mr. Barna M‘Kii»ne, of which possession may be had on
the first of November next. For terms, apply to
N. W. Jones.
june 15 71
jLscheatQr s sales.
On Thursday, the ERA day of July next,
Will be sold at the court house in Savannah, all the
personal property of Robert Bowmakty, la.ely of Sa
vannah, shipwright, dec. an alien, who died intestate and
without heirs in this state.
Conditions, cash. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock.
By order of the court‘of ordinary.
Samuel M. Bond,
To the Printing Busines, two APPRENTICES. Ap
ply ?t this Office. , june 29— -77
A Mulatto Man, a complete waiter and house servant.
Also, a Black Man, Wko is a good wharf or boat hand-
Applyat this Offiq^ ju»6 23—*—77
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 ATew-York,
Two trunks Parasols, three bales Seersuckers, three
100J pieces long yellow Nankeens, one case chip Hats;
white, black .a id colored Levantine and Florence Silks
Stout raixca coat Siiks and Florentine N esting; white
andb.ack Lee Shawls and Veils; Merino Tippets; ele
gant embroidered Ridicules, assorted colors and patterns
Thread La.res ar.d Edgings
One ctse Chi.idle Cords, assorted colors and sizes
Fifteen cas. s straw Hats and Bonnets
Six cases Artificial Flowers
Seventeen cases Looking Glasses, a part of which are
in elegant gilt r, n;n s. june 15—71
E. Bliss 6c Co.
(m ar kit-s an a re)
Have past received per ship Adonis, from Mew- York,
London superfine Cassimeres, black, blue and drab;
Vigorua ditto; cotton Cassiinere and Vigonia Cord;
white black and bine Jeans; London Stripes; black
Cambric; cotton Lace; bell Buttons; nun’s Tliread;
men’s buckskin and beaver Gloves; ladies’ kid and
silk Gloves; tortoise shell Combs; Ribbons; Levantine
Shawis and fancy Handkercliiefs.
c,.se China Silk, assorted colors
black, .groi n and changeable Florence Silk
case cotton Cambrics
bale India Cotton
case German Sheeting, fee. june 6—67
FROM CUARLKSTOY, A XU NOW LANDING,
From the sloop General Washington captain Campbell, and
for sale, at Mo. XT, Bolton's butldings, fronting the Ex
20 boxes best Claret
1 pipe Holland Gin
1 chest superior Hyson Tea
boxes blue and white Starch
barrels Vinegar and Crackers
William P. Beers
Has received a variety of elegant laoe Veils
Shawls and Handkerchiefs
Thread Laces, of the newest patterns
A few pieces first quality bed Ticking
Black and colored Crapes (very ldw)
Green Florence Silk, fine booli Muslin
Fine undressed Calicoes and Cambrics
Striped Jeans and Florentines
NVebb's patent Suspenders, silk andcotton
Kid (Roves, best quality, of wliich a few dozen are un
Irish Linens, at all prices, silk Gloves
Fresh HYSON TEA, best quality,
june 8 68
Offer for sale
TenerifFe and Malaga Wine, in pipes and quarter
Gin, Brandy, Ruin
A few bags of Pepper and Coffee
10,000 Philadelphia Bricks
George & Alexander M. Ker.
june 18 t 72
And now landing from Mew-York,
37 hhds. prime selected New-Orleans Sugar, fit for re
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 Wine
quarter casks L. P. TenerifFe and Malaga do
barrels Pork and Beans
old 4th proof Jamaica Rum, warranted pure, be
ing imported 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 BROOKS & WELMAN,
june 4—66 Holton's •wharf.
A House and Lot, in St. James’s square; being one of
the most heidthy and pleasant situations in this citjy—on
the said lot are all necessary outbuildings. Tins pro
perty will be soid for a moderate price, and a credit of
one, two and three years given for the payment. Per
sons disposed to purchase will apply to eidier of the
subscribers. ’ BEN.' SHEFTALL,
M. SHEFTALL, sen,
Wanted to hire
A COMMODIOUS HOOSE. Apply to the Printer.
The PLANTATION called Vihnezo bre, settled by
colonel Daniel Heyward, dec. situate on the east side of
the Savannah back-river, twelve miles from the city, and
contiguous to the lands of Thomas Gibbons, esq, . The
tract consists of a total of 2126 acres, being divided in
to pretty equal proportions of tide-swamp, pine-barren
cotton and provision lands. Of the former there are
about 3ou acres on the river, which, by clearing, ; would
be well calculated for a productive rice plantation; and
of the latter, with a large body of cleared provision
land, there are about lOu acres of prime uncleared cot
ton land. On the place there is-an excellent dwelling-
house, with five rooms; a large substantially built barn,
with a number ol' negro-houses and other buildings.—
Possession of the place will be given at any time. For
terras, which will be made easy to an approved pur
chaser, apply to the owner, at Callawassie Island, St.
Luke’s Parisu, South-Carolina, or to the undersigned
factors in Savannah. WILLIAM SON & DE VILLERS.
may 25 j 62
: tract of land, containing five hundred
acres, situate in M‘In tosh county, .aid within ope mile
of the court house; this land is wet adapted to tilt cul
ture of sugar, rice and cotton. Tile terms will l>e libe
ral, and may be known by application to the subscriber
in Savannah. R. W. HABERSHAM.
1 lie subscriber
Will be absent from Savannah for a few months*
and leaves Jobs Lawson, esq. his attorney.
june 27 76
Charles C. Dunn having associated Iris brother James
H. Dunn, in business with him in the DRUG line, under
the firm of Charles fe James Dins; they offer for
s.,le at their store on the Bay, a generally assorted stock
of MEDltilNES, low for cash, and compting-house Ink,
by the bottle. CHARLES & JAMES DUNN,
july 2 78
On my beach, at Paris Island, on Friday, the 14th in
stant, a'bag of stained COTTON; shipping mark Y in a
triangle; four parallel lines intersecting each other at ri;- ;it
angles, and the figure 4. The owner thereof will pit use
apply to R. MEANS,
june 29—m*—77 Beaufort, f-S. C J
Six or eight hundred bushels first quality ROUGH
RICE. Apply to Charles or James Davant, on Hilton-
Head; or Messrs. Scott 8t Fahm, in Savannah,
june 18—o—72 .
An excellent DWELLING HOUSE and LOT, in a
good part of town. Apply at this office,
june 29—4—77 _
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The firm ofWoLsnoRFT & Rabr was dissolved on the
20t!i June last, by mutual consent. All persons having
demands against said firm will present,the same to John
A. Woidorft f.rr settlement, and those indebted will call
and settle their accounts, as he is fully authorised to
settle the concerns of the firm.
JOHN A. WOLSDQRFT.
JACOB C. RABB. !
julv 2 M» ■ 78
Having taken Doctor Footman into copartnership,
wishes to close his accounts—he therefore requests all
parsons indebted to him for medical services tio settle
then - accounts as early as possible.
John J. Jenkins.
The subscribers having entertdinto copartnersjap, ten
der their services in the various branches of medicine
to their friends and inhabitants of Brvan comity.
JOHN J. JE'NKIXS, '
RICHARD H. FOOTMAN,
june 8——‘*tf- 68
The regular quarterly meeting is on Monday, 8th inst.
Members are particularly requested to attend, as busi
nes of importance will be laid before them.
T. V. Gray,
iulv 2 78 i ■ ary.
During our absence, All*. AIoses
Herbert will act as our attorn* y.
- Pelot & Merrick.
julv 2 m 78
An excellent DWELLING HOUSE and LOT, with
every necessary out building. Apply to the editor.
j'riv2- 78 a
Strayed or stolen,
On the 23d June, 1816, a ball face sorrel IIORSE,
about 14 or 15 hands high, switch tail, branded with fi
gure 8 on his left hip, roach maine, saddle mark on Lis
weathers. Any person delivering the said Hoisc to the
subscriber shall receive the reward ol Five Dollars, and
all reasonable expences paid. JOHN D. M’LEAN.
july 2 a 7b
A bag of S,ea*Island Cotton
Was brought to the subscriber’s store by mistake,
some months ago. supposed to have come from ..bout
the Exchange Dock. The owner is requested to prove
it, and take it away.
Carnochan & Mitcliel.
To all whom it may concern,
Notice is hereby given, t ..t the following- persons onlt
are licensed by the Commissioners of 1’iiotage to act as
Noah B. Sisson
Benjai i Jisson
loiin 1 j
John 1. ] .i
xjjforder of the board.
D. D. Williams, c. B. B.
aprii 33——51 ’ .
S. H. Timmons
Assize of Bread.
The price of flour being ten dollars per barrel, the
weight of bread for the present month must be as fol
lows, viz: lbs. oz.
12| cents loaf must weigh 2 3
do do do. 1 1
Of which all bakers sq4 sejjers'of bread will" take due
(JOHN i ROBERTS,