BY FREDERICK S. FELL ]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) JULY 27, 1816.
[Whole Number 2700.
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AXJYUM,
* PAYABLE 15 ADVA5CE.
will be inserted. * the rate
square the time, «.ncl i
Cents for each continuation.
, „ rT ,„„ nv ..ii or ders from the Cot-vtrt, unless the
^"rSfinTowK, or the party well known to
All Letters to the Editor must be post-paid.
The fine fust sailing brig GEORGIA, captain
i .. L.HIDUT \
JL VJL A l . ,
The packet schooner SOPHIA, captain vVal-
\ a re, will have immediate dispatch, f or freight
nassa-e apply on bound, at Bolton’s central
v T ° 1P } M. HERBERT & CO.
wharf, or to r , 7
For safe on. board,
!5,000 PliiUdcloHa BRICKS. july 11-82
Bills on England
For sale by ANDREW LOW & CO.
i ' f 1 ’ ' -—-
K un, (Joiiee and Molasses,
10 .hogsheads Jamaica Rum
15 hogsiicads .Molasses
20 bugs Cotice. For sale by
Lawrence & lliompson.
july 18-erw 85 \ .
Cotton Ragging and Hoes.
60 pieces Cotton Bagging
14 casks Hoes, patent and common
J ust received and for s .t by
R. & J. Habersham.
t laret Wine, otc.
A few boxes Hermitage, of 1888
Do L’eovile, of 1810
Do Brandy Fruits
and cask of Almonds. For sale by
f\. R. & J. Habersham.
julv 9 —81
Just received and for sale by
Scott & Falim.
july 23 -w- 87 ,. - ,
i' resn a loai.
.ust received, from Philadelphia, by the brief JYilliam &
Alary, the following articles, for sale at -Vo. 17, Exchange
Superfine Flour, in whole and half barrels
Fresh Cr-ckers, in kegs
Gunpowder, of Dupont’s brand
Kegs cut Naiis, assorted
40 casks London bottied Porter
Madeira and Lisbon Wines
and 3ou0 ibs Nortli Carolina Hams
'' Francis .Talineau.
juR-d 81 .
From the brig's Jctive and Otvnihm,from Philadelphia,
5 oipcs ok! v'ogUtiC Brandy, 4di proof
9J dozen bottied Cider, in barrels containing 3 dozen
5 chests superior hyson Tea. For sale by
16—84 . ' ■<* Ee. . corf
r or sale
eleg.mt Mahogany Side-Board
do do Bnre..u
do do Tables
cozen elegant fancy Chairs, and
Mahogany Bridie. Apjdvto
W. & A. Weymanjfc Co.
2 1 86 •, n the Bay
F v, to rage and Commission.
The subscriber having commenced in the above line
of BUSINESS, oilers his services to his friends and the
' public; his Counfing-Rootn is on Wayne’s upper wharf,
formerly occupied by Messrs. Phinizy & Barnett- The
'Store is large and .commodious—produce will be re
ceived on storage and every attention given to iis re
ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE
One thousand acres salt (now fresh j marsh, in Wil-
ij nun .ton river, joining lands of John Simpson, now con
i' fisc.,ted, and lands cf J. M’Queen, esq. originally on the
4ti September, 1772, granted James Lucena, dec. For
terms apply to William Stephens, or at tills office,
Where a plan may be seen;the tract is prime cotton land.
Also acres of land, in lots of the beautiful village of
Moere-ornery, on Vernon river; fine, healthy summer’s
residence. Enquire as above. julv 16—34
Wanted to hire
A COMMODIOUS HOUSE. Apply to the Printer.
To the Printing Busines, two APPRENTICES. Ap
ply at this Office. - pine 2° 77
The subscriber being about to leave the place for a few
months, has appointed Mr. S. Hall and Mr. S. Sain Simon
his attornies during his absence. The store will be con
ducted under tile immediate case of Mr. S. Sain Simon.
All those indebted, either by note or book account, will
please call on Mr. S. Hall and settle the saifin, as he is
duly authorised to collect the same bv law or otherwise.
‘ B. Clizbe.
Just received and now opening, *•
1 case oiled hat Covers, 1 do plain and figured feather
T _ ns; these goods are of a superior quality and are offer
ed on very accommodating terms; arid also, on hand, a
variety of other Articles; which may be seen at his ster
nest door to Mr. JP. Hall’s hardware store, northeast’
corner of Market-square. S. CLIZBE.
12 chests Hyson Tea. For sale by
july 18 85
Duel, Gresham <x uo.
Have now landing, from the ship Winnefred, fuom Liver
A large supply cf 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 JVew- York,
Two trunks Parasols, three bales Seersuckers, three
1000 pieces long yellow Nankeens, one case chip Hats;
white, black and colored Levantine and Florence Silks
Stout mixed coat Silks and Florentine Vesting; white
and black lace Shawls and Veils; Merino Tippets; ele
gant embroidered Ridicules, assorted colors and patterns
Thread Laces and Edgings
One case Cliinelle 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
50 barrels superfine Philadelphia Flour, and for sale
bv the subscribers, who have also, a few bushels of Bene
Seed to sell. CARNOCHAN &. MITCIIEL.
iulv 23 -87
Georgia r lour.
60 barrels fresh Georgia Fiour. Apply at No.17, Ex-
cliange ^jjarf. july H 82
8 casks Linseed Oil
7 chests young hyson Tea
1 ton shear J! on Ids
3 pipes Malaga Wine.
Cummins k. Moorhead.
Fresh Shoes and Slippers.
Just received; from j\"ew-York, by the /trig Pocahontas, con
sisting of the following Hulls:
Ladies’ black kid Slippers, from Hedenberg’s manufactory
Do do undressed Morocco, do do
Men’s Morocco Shoetees
Do do Pumps
Do fine seal Shoes
Do do wax calf-shin Shoetees
Do grain do
Do do Shoes
Do strong Pumps
Children’s leather Boots
All of which will be sold low for cash by
July A 81
Jr or sale
50 whole and L- , ...
50 half barrels < fresh su P erfine FLOL R.
Just received by sloop General Washington, from
Bacon & Bruen.
t or sale,
Received per brig Olynthus and sloop General Washington
13 hhds Glassware
Kegs first quality Butter
Quarter casks L. P. Teneriff Wine
Isaac Cohen & Co.
julv 23 5 87
Received per the Volant and Delight,f-otn Charleston,
AND FOR SALE BY
Casks double brown Stout, old Cognac Brandy and
Holland Gin, from London; St Julian Claret, in cases,
(very superior;) old Hermitage, in cases; wiiite Havana
Sugar, in boxes; Crackers, in barrels and kc-gs; London
Mustard, Scotch Barley and split Pease, Ac.
A choice and general assortment of Wines, Teas, Li
quors and Groceries. julv 13—83
A House and Lot, in SL James’s square; being one of
the most healthy and pleasant situations in this city—on
the said lot are all necessary out buildings. This pro
perty will be sold for a moderate price, and a credit of
One, two and three years given for the payment. Per
sons disposed to purchase wiil apply to either of the
subscribers. BEN. SHE FT ALL,
M. SHEFTALL, sen.
april 6 41
The Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which
Joseph Hill lately resiTied—it is a substantial well built
bridge, composed chiefly of cypress; it has stood the
freshets, aRd appears to be in all respects a good and
complete piece of work. For terms apply to
JOHN BOLTON or i efc'ors.
JEREMIAH CL YLER. $ J. Hilt.
april A 40
Wharf and Stores.
To rent, that extensive Wharf and commodious Stores,
at present occupied by Mr. Barna M’Kinne, of which
possession maybe had on the first of November next.—
For terms apply to R. & J. HABERSHAM,
bdv tW 8F
On Saturday, the 3 <1 of August next, at twelve o'clock,
Will be leased for the term of five years;
The Slip of Ground, adjaceht to the Wharf of the e*-
tate of li. Wayne; purchaser to give bond; with approv
ed security for the ren.t, payable quarterly. Sale to tgice
place on the spot. By order of the committee.
• - Stone, c. m.
julv 25-— 88
Lost or stolen,
On Thursday, the 18th inst. a BOX containing Spanish
Segai-s, marked B. & B. on one end, and White & Co. on
one side, was taken from on board the brig Sea Island,
lyi g at M-Kmne’s wharf. Any information of the above
wifi be thankfully received 1* BACON & BRUEN.
july 23—x—87 r
Have now landing from brig Pocahontas,from JVew-Tork",
100 barrels Menhaden
30 do Mackerel
10 pieces bed Ticking
10 do Priest Cloths
Writing, letter, printing, wrapping and sheathing Paper
Ship Bread and Coritial
Barrels glauber Salts
Hatchets, Hammers, Axes and hollow Ware
Cut Nails, Trunks
Bed Cords, Twine, ravens’ Duck
No. 1 to 6 Shot
Boxes cotton nd woolCard3
Currants, in b..rrcis
1 case mill b.tvvs
6 casks northern Shoes
Olrasteail & Battelle.
o uol receiveil,
And now landing from . W.r- fork,
37 hhds. prime selected Ncw-Grieans Sugar, fit for re
40 do do retailing Molasses
4 pipes 4th proof genuine Cognac Brandy
10 chests Gunpowder and Hyson Tea
6 casks assorted Shot
2 pipes old Madeira Wine
quarter cuaks 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 and Iron
Together with a large and general assortment of well
chosen GROCERIES, in anv q.a.niitv to suit purchasers,
for sale by * BROOKS A WEI . M AN,
June 4—66 . \
The subscribers having been appointed by Peter R -,r-
di’y, esq of Wilmington, Delaware, his sole Agents ior
the disposal of his Gunpowder, in Georgia,
Have Just received, per the brig Olynthus,
60 kegs of FF R—which they offer for s..le, on reasona
hie terms; and will always have a supply on hand.
Mr. Bauduy having for thirteen ye„rs been a parinei
of the late house of .Dupont & Co authorizes us to war
rant the Gunpowder, of his manufacture, to be of a Su
perior quality, made of pure' im.teri.ds .nd to soil the gun
less than that made by the old firm. Samples may be
seen at the counting room. PERRY U WEIGHT,
julv 18—l— 85
Andrew Low & Co.
Have received, by the ship Winrufred, from Liverpool, and
other late arrivals,
Turkey red Yarn
Linens and cotton Shirtings
Fancy figured mull Muslins, for dresses
Fine and coarse, low priced lend Muslins, suitable fo?
Plain and figured Cambrics
Calicoes and Ginghams, in great variety
Counterpanes and Marseilles Quilts
Handsome furniture Dimities
Common and 6-4 cambric Dimities
W hite and colored Marseilles V esting
Black and colored Bombazines and bilks
Bombazetts, Jeans, York Stripes
Phun and ribbed Stockinets
Cotton Stockings, of all kinds
Madras and Fullicat Handkerchiefs
Apron Cheeks, brown Hollands
Italian and Canton Crapes
Whitechapel Needles and fresh ounce Threads
Superior cotton Umbrellas
1 .ondon paper and pound Pifts
Cutlery, assorted, in small Casks
Osnaburgs, Russia Sheetings, long Lawns; and; a variety
of o ther GOODS, all of which will be sold, either
wholesale or at retail, on the most moderate
terms. july 6—80
.) ust received,
And now lending from Amelia,
20 hhds high *th proof Ja’ruuca Ruin, wen flavored
34 hhds prime Muscovado Sugar
8 boxes and 3 bis white Havana do
4 ts. 5 bis and 10 bags prime green Cc.flfie For sale by
Brooks & Weiman,
julv 23—m—87 „ Ho^on’ft central -uih irf.
Factorage and Commission Business.
The subscriber intends, on the first Tuesday of Sep
tember next, to decline the practice of law; and, from
that date, to engage in the above business. If die strict
est observance of the interest of those who m .y confide
in him, and the most unremitted attention, exertion and
punctuality in business, have any claim to p ’ fie pat
ronage; the subscriber pledges himself to % friends
snd fellow-citizens, generally, to merit a poruo.. of their
He has procured fire-proof stores for the reception
of produce on Howard’s wh .rf, and his counting-room
is in the east tenement of said building
Joseph S. Pelot.
julv 13 va 83
Late Bank of the United States.
Notice is hereby givtn to all persons interested in the
trust funds of the lute Bank of the United States, as the
proprietors of bank-notes, or of dividends upon stock,
either of capital or interest, and in general to all the
creditors of the said bank cr trust of whatsoever des
cription, that unless their claims are presented for set
tlement before the 4th day of March, 1817, when the
term of six years from the creation of the said trust, will
have expired, the trustees will not feei themselves ob
liged to make opposition to any decree or order of
court, which may be obtained for the distribution among
the stockholders of the amount hitherto reserved to sa
tisfy the said creditors. G. SIMPSON,
njav 28 -ro 63 Cashier.
To be sold
A valuable COTTON PLANTATION, on Crooked river
six miles from St. Mary’s, consisting of upwards of one
thousand acres of land, a good proportion of which is
fine planting land; sixty acres have been planted one year.
It is remarkably healthy and plenty of fine fish got with
little trouble; it will be s(|U a bargain, if applied for
soon. For further particulars enquire of
G. & A. M. Ker,
julv 11—r-vr—82 Howards wharf
On the first Tuesday iu August next,
Will be sold at the market-house in the town of St. Ma-
rv’s, between the hours of 10 and 3 o’clock,
All that house and lot, (known by number 56) lately
occupied by Silvanus Church, in the town of Jefferson,
on Great Satiila river, with eleven whole and six half
lots contiguous, and designated by the numbers,
Whole Lots—36, 65, 77, 85, 96, 100, 41, 60, 64, 80, 81.
Half Lots—43, 52, 69, 72, 89, 92—levied on as the pro
perty of S:ud Silvanus Church to satisfy an execution at
the suit if James Wilson—the above property pointed
out by ’he plaintiff’s attorney. W. F. KELLY,
july 4 —; 79 .. , deputy marshal.
Thirty dollars* reward.
Ranaway from the subscriber, on Sunday, 16th instant,
negro man Joe, about 20 or 21 years of age, rather yel
lowish complexion, and about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high;
had oil when he went away, a black Coat, light cassimere
pantaloons, boots and a black hat; has been seen several
times about town since with light clothes on.
The above reward will be paid for lodging him in gaol
or del leering him to me, ana all reaonable expences.
J. £. Hartjridge.
Ginghams, Chambrays, Stripes and Sheeting
Green Florence Silk, white Sattins, he. For sale by
J. & L. Kopman.
julv 16—v— 84
Have received, per the brig Sea Island, from JVew-York,
A large and weil selected supply of English, French,
India and Domestic Manufactured GOODS; all of which
will be sold, by wholesale or retail, at their store, north
west end of Gibbons’ brick buitdinr. Market-square.
Murdoch M‘Leod & Co.
Have just received, and offer for sale,
53 casks trace Chains
41 boxes assorted window Glass
11 crates do Crockeryware
20 bags race Ginger,
200 pieces Cotton Bagg ing
50 quarter’casks Teneriff Wine
17 nog-heads Molasses
10 casks Madeira Wine.
L. PETTY & CO.
.edieal ^eiciive Dotterv,
Will draw on the 7th of October
York The prizes are,
1 of S30,000
in the city of New-
More prizes than blanks.
14,719 blanks 5
Tickets in the above Lottery for sale by the
subscriber. JOSIAH PENFIELD.
A few genteel boarders can be accommodated with
Board and Lodging, in a healthy and peasant part cf the
city, at five dollars per week. Apply to the printer,
july 23——m 87
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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,'"Galloway, Cxsar
and J,.ck—levied on as the property’ of Alexander Cur
rie, dec. to satisfy an execution at the suit of Je.-.n Mil-
lei. JOHN F PPINi -HR,
june 27 76 ♦farshul
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Marshal’s sale con Lin tied.
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,
Two 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.
On the first Tuesday in August next,
Will be Sold at the court house, in the city of Savailnab,
between the hours of 10 and 3 o’clock,
A Negro Wench, named Delta; levied on as the pro
perty of Robert Dillon, at the suit of William Hort.
july 6- ,80 ...... . . . s r,l
Marshal s siue*
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 Irv ing, 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, r
The following negroes, viz; Dublin, Rina, Mintey, Han
nah, Pri9Cy, Tom, Mary, Molly, Sandy, Maria, Eisey,
Fox, Hercules, Cuffy, Suckey, Betsy, Polly and Sambo—
being a part of the personal estate of the late John Currie,
esq. dec. JOHN EPPINGER,
june 27 76 -Marshal
Marshal’s sale continued.
On thefirst Tuesday in August next,
Will be sold at the market-house in St. Mary's, between;
the hours of ten and three o’cleck,
The buildings on part of wharf lot No.3 f in St. Mary’s,
levied on as the property of Paul Chase to satisfy sun
dry executions at the suit of the United States against
said Paul Chase and others JOHN EPPINGER,
july 11—82 J ' marshals