by FREDERICK S. FELL ]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) JULY 30, 1816.
[Whole Number 2701.
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY. AND SATURDAY,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER ANNU.M,
PAYABLE IK ADVANCE.
will be inserted at the rate of SEVE ' VT *'*j'
square the first time, and Thirty-Seven and a Uae
Cents for each continuation.
cash , L
must accompany all orders from the Country, unless the
foment he secured in Town, or the party well known to
All Letters to the Editor must be post-paid.
The fine fast shone, brief GEORGIA, captain
\y es t, daily expected; having' three fourtns of
Eli>u c ,. cargo ru dv to go on board. For balance of
fWsla or paswge,
P fiUy 2.1 W
The packet schooner SOPHIA, captain \V al
lace, will have immediate dispatch. For freight
or passage apply on bo rd, at Bolton’s central
wharf, or to M. HERBERT & CO.
For sale on board,
15,000 PhiVdelnhi: 3KP" K.S. pOv 11—82
bills on England
For sale by
ANDREW LOW & CO
200 barrels Philadelphia superfine F ..OUR.
jolv 27 89 : '*
llVSOil x ca.
12 chests Ilyson Tea. For sale by
july 18 85 - '
8 casks Linseed Oil
7 chests young by son Tea
1 ton shear Moulds
3 pipes .Malaga Wine.
g & Moorhead.
200 pieces Cotton Bagging
50 quarter casks Tent-riff' Wine
17 hog heads Molasses
10 casks Madeira Wine. * R. RICHARDSON,
july 11 ■ - ■ -82
i lie subsei iOers
Rave just received, and offer for sale,
53 casks *r.ice Chains
41 boxes assorted window Glass
11 crates do Crockery ware
2u bags race Ginger. L. PETTY 8c CO.
July lu 84 JWXinne’s -wharf
50 barrels superfine Philadelphia Flour, and for sale
by the subscribers, who have also, a few bushels of Bene
Seed h; sell. CARNOCHAN &, MITCH EL.
july 23 87
And now Landing from New-Fork,
37 Jihds. prime selected New-Orleans Sugar, fit for re-
40 do do retailing Molasses
4 pipes 4th proof genuine Cognac Brandy
1j chests Gunpowder and Hyson Tea
6 casks assorted Shot
2 pipes old” M .deir.i' Wine
quarter casks L. P. Teneriffe and Malaga do
barrels Pork and Beans
1 \ STORE,
old 4th proof Jamaica Rum, warranted pure, be
ing imported .lire ct
, Whiskey, N. E. Rum, Coffee and Iron
6 Together with a L rge and general assortment of well
pVhosen GROCERIES, in any quantity to suit purchasers,
r for sale by BROOKS & WEI .MAX.
jur.t- 4—66 ■: '.•••’
Wliarf and btorch.
To rent, that extensive Wharf and commodious Stores,
at present occupied by Mr. Barna M‘Kinne, of which
possession may be had on the first of November next.
i For terms apply to R. &. J. HABERSHAM.
For seiic ^
'he Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which
•j.-h Hill lately resided—it is a substantial well built
'e. composed chiefly of cypress; it lus stood tiie
and appears to be in ail respects a good and
;ete piece of work. For terms ~ppiy to
JOHN BOLTON or Xex’ors.
JEREMIAH CUYLER. 5./. Hill.
Souse and Lot, in St. James’s square; being one of
most healthy and pleasant situations in tliis city—on
ad .or are all necessary out buildings. This pro-
- v wiil be sold for a moderate price, and a credit of
, t.vo and three years given for the payment. Per-
. disposed to trurchase will apply to eidier of the
enbere. ‘ BEN. SHE FT ALL,
M. SHEFTALL, s«n.
■iril 6 41 - .- ,
Fresh Philadelphia Flour
AND INVERNESS BAGGING.
50 hi!lf ‘ e antl | biirrds fresh Philadelphia FLOUR
113 pieces prime Inverness Bagging
57 boxes real Spanish Cigars, in whole, half and quarter
30 kegs assorted Cut Nails
2 cases DRY GOODS, consisting of sewing Silks, silk
Hose, black lace Rotillas, silk Gloves, imitation In
dia Mulls, Florence Silks, sattin Ribbons, Canton
Crapes, furniture Dimity, imperial three cord
Thread, white lace Veiis, &c.
1 case gentlemen’s Leghorn Hats. Jos* received and
for sale, at No. 30, Bolton’s Range, Eych.m?' wharf, by
Bttcon & Bruen.
July 27—--- 80
Have now landing Jrom brig Pocahontas, from New- York;
100 barrels Menhaden
30 do Mackerel
10 pieces bed Ticking
10 do Priest Cloths
Writing, letter, printing, wrapping and sheathing Paper
Ship Bread and Cordial
Barrels gluuber Salts
Hatchets, Hammers, Axes and hollow Ware
Cut Nails, Trunks
Bed Cords, Twine, ravens’ Duck
No. 1 to 6 Shot
Boxes cotton and wool Cards
Currants, *r> barrels
1 case mill Saws
6 casks northern Shoes'
Olmsteatl & Battelle.
i.dv 9- 81
Out of the subscriber’s coat, in his store, on the even-
1, of the 26 th mst. a LEATHER POCKET BOOK, tied
*th a black silk ribbon, containing, as near as can be re
dacted, a ten dollar bill of the State Bank of North
-rohna, and three dollars change, in City Council Bills;
-Ho, R- Lubbtck’s note, dated 1st June, 1816, in favor
m Isaac Cohen &. Co. for $202 85 cts. an order on Job
J • Bolles for sixtv-seven dollars, payable in thirty days;
a Bank script for six shares in the State Bank, belonging
to James Robert Verdeev, with a receipt, on the back of
it, for $120, being the payment of the second enstalment;
also Isaac Cohen & Co’s, due bill for 240 dollars, and
many other papers of no consequence but to the subscri
ber, for the delivery of which, a liberal reward will be
P“ d - A. H. PUTNAM.
July 27- 89 *
The subscribers having been appointed by Peter Bau-
duy, esq of Wilmington, Delaware, Iris sole Agents for
the, disposal of his Gunpowder, in Georgia,
Have just received, per the brig Olynlhus,
60 kegs of FF R—which they offer for sale, on reasona
ble terms; and will always have a supply on hand.
Mr. Bauduv having for thirteen years been a partner
of the late house of Dupont id Co. authorizes us to war
rant the Gunpowder, of his manufacture, to be of a su
perior quality, made of pure materials and to soil the gun
le-s than that made bv the old firm. Samples may be
seen at the counting room. PERRY & WRIGHT.
a resii Flour.
list received, from Philadelphia, by the brig JVilliam id
.Mary, the following articles, for sale at No. 17, Exchange
Superfine Flour, in whole and half barrels
Fresh Crackers, in kegs
Gunpowder, of Dupont’s brand
Kegs cut Nails, assorted
40 casks London bottied Porter
Madeira and Lisbon Wines
and 3000 lbs North Carolina Hams
j illy 9 81
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 the strict
est observance of the interest of those who may confide
in him, and the most unremitted attention, exertion and
punctuality in business, have any chiim to public pat
ronage; the subscriber pledges himself to his friends
and fellow-citizens, generally-, to merit a portion of their
He has procured fire-proof stores for the reception
of produce on Howard’s wharf, and his counting-room
is in the east tenement of said building
Joseph S. Pelot.
The subscriber being about to leave the place for a few
months, has appointed Mr. S. Hall and Air. S. Sain Simon
his attornies during his absence. The store will be con
ducted under the immediate case of Mr. S. S..in Simon.
Ail those indebted, either by noie or book account, will
please call on Mr. S. Hall and settle the same, as he is
duly authorised to collect the same by law or otherwise.
Just received and now opening,
1 case oiled-hat Covers, 1 do plain and figured feather
Fans; these goods are of a superior quality and are offer
ed on very accommodating terms; and also, on hand, a
variety of other Articles; which may be seen at his store,
next door to Mr. P. Hall’s hardware store, northeast
corner of Market-square. S. CL1ZBE.
On Saturday, the 3d of August next, at twelve o’ clock,
Will be leased for the term of five years,
The Slip of Ground, adjacent to the wharf of the es
tate of R. Wavne-, purchaser to give bond, with approv
ed security for the rent, payable quarterly. Sale to take
place on the spot. By order of the committee.
Stone, c. m.
i'llv 25 8?
i o be sold
A valuable COTTON PLANTATION, on Crooked river
six miles from St. Mary’s, consisting of upwards o&$pe
thousand acres of land, a good proportion of wilKSi 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 sold a bargain, if applied for
soon. For further particulars enquire, of „
G. & A. M- Ker,
july 11—cx—82 ... Hryvvrfx whfir
From the subscriber, on the night of the 12th instai
Five Hundred and Eighty-Six Dollars; principally in 50
and 20 dollar bank notes of the State Bank of North
Carolina. A Reward of Fifty Dollars will be given for
the recovery of the money and apprehension of the thief;
or Twenty-Five Dollars for the money alone.
*"1t' 27: OQ
All demands against the estate of V. A. Stookes, dec
must be rendered in, duly attested, without delay," to
june 27 ex 76 adm’or
" THE SUBSCRIBERS,
Have received, per the brig Sea Island, from New-York,
A large and well selected supply of English, French.
India and Domestic Manufactured GOODS; ail of which
will be sold, by wlitHe-sale or retail, at their store, north
west end of Gibbous’brick buflJiirg. Market-square.
Murdoch McLeod & Co.
Rum, Coffee and Molasses.
10 hogsheads Jamaica Rum
15 hogsheads Molasses
20 bags Coffee. Fors.de by
Lawrence & Thompson.
From the brigs Active and O/i/nthus, from Philadelphia,
5 pipes oid Cogrwc Brandy, 4th proof
90 dozen bottied Cider, in barrels containing 3 dozen
5 chests superior hyson Tea. For sale- by
julv 16—84 >v. ;;. a
14 719 IPuiks \ More prizes than blanks.
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the above Lottery for sale by the
JOSLY.II PL Mil ELD.
• julv 9—ti'L—81
laret \V me, ccc.
A few boxes Hermitage, of 1803
Do L’eovile, of 1810 .
Do Brandy Fruits
and cask of Almonds. For sale by
R. & J. Habersham.
julv 9 81
£ or ricliC
1 elegant Mahogany Side-Board
1 do do Bureau
2 do do Tabies
1 dozen elegant fancy Ctiairs, and
1 Mahogany Cr die. Apply to
W- & A. Weyman & Co.
—86 n the Ray
Fresh Shoes and Slippers.
Just received,from New-York, by the brig Pocahontas, con
sisting of the following kinds:
Ladies’ black kid Slippers, from Hecleuberg’s manufactory
Do do undressed Alorocco, do do
Men’s Alorocco Shoctees
Do do Pumps
Do fine seal Shoes
Do do wax calf-shin Shoetees
Do grain do
1>0 do Shoes
Do strong Pumps
Children’s ieather Boots
Ail of which vviil be sold low for cash by
inly 9 81 f
Offers at private sale, for good notes or town accep
tances, the following- articles:
6 hhds 4th proof Jamaica Rum
10 barrels West India do
10 hhds Philadelphia Gin
10 bis cto do
2u crates well assorted Crockery
9 hhds Giasswaie
5 pipes Cognac Brandy
15 quarter casks Malaga Wine
25 boxes Soap
25 boxes fresh Raisins, just landed
5800 lbs CORDAGE. JOSEPH DEPASS,
To the Printing Burines, two APPRENTICES. Ap
ply at tliis Office. iune 29 77
Factorage and Commission.
The subscriber having commenced in the above line
of BUSINESS, offers his services to his friends and the
public; his Counting-Room is on Wayne’s upper wharf,
formerly occupied by Alessrs. Phinizy & Barnett- The
Store is large and commodious—produce will be re
ceived on storag-e and every attention given to its re
ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE,
One thousand acres salt (now fresh) marsh, in Wil
mington river, joining lands of John Simpson, now con
fiscated, and lands of J. M‘Queen, esq. originally on the
4th September, 1772, granted James Lucena, dec. For
terms apply to Willi ax Stephens, or at this office,
where a plan may be seen;the tract is prime cotton land.
Also acres of land, in lots of the beautiful village of
Montgomery, on Vernon river; fine, healthy summer’s
residence, E’-Quire as nhce. h' y 16—84
On the first Tuesday iu August neat,
Will be sold at the market-house in the town of St. Ma
ry’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 Satilla 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 ad Silvanus Church to satisfy an execution at
the "suit of James Wilson—the above property pointed
out by . ae plaintiff’s attorney. W. F. KELLY,
july 4 _ ■ -79 deputy marshal.
125 Dollars’ reward.
Ranaway, some months past, the following Negroes,
belonging to the estate of Peter II. Morel, deceased—Joe,
a likely man, about five feet six inches high, a carpenter
by trade, of a yellowish complection—he is well known
in Savannah, and was formerly owned by the late J ohn P.
Ward, esq. Sixox, a young man, about twenty-five years
old, has a downcast look, when spoken to. AIouia, a
young woman, of light complection, about twenty-five;
years old, and Aggt, a woman about thirty years old,
limps when she walks, occasioned by a burn. The above
negroes are harbored at the south end of Ossabaw, where
Joe was recently taken, but made his escape. Fifty .dol
lars will be paid for Joe’s being lodged in the county
I gaol and twenty-five dollars each for the others.
John H. Morel.
June 13—JT) \
Medical Science Lottery,
Will draw on the 7th of October in the cjty of New-
York The prizes are.
Duel, Gresham cl Co.
Have now lauding,from the ship Winnefred, fuom Liver
xj A large supply of SUALMER GOODS;
39 casks and cases assorted Hardware and 1 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 Humhhms I
loOO pieces long yellow Nankeens, one case chip Hats;
tfhitc, black and colored Levantine and Florence Silks
Stout mixed coat Silks and Florentine Vesting; white
and black i.x:e Shawls and Veils; 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 casts Artificial Flowers
Seventeen cases Looking Glasses, a part of which are
in 1. -nt --ji- f- iia, s. june 15-—71
Andrew Low & Coi
Have received, by the ship JFinnifred, from Liverpool, and
other late arrivals,
Linens and cotton Shirtings
Fancy figured mull Muslins, for dresses , ; ' ..
Fine and coarse, low priced leno Aluslins, suitable for
Plain and figured Cambrics ,
Calicoes and Ginghams, in great variety
Counterpanes and Marseilles Quilts
Handsome furniture Dimities
Common and 6-4 cambric Dimities
White and colored 51 .rseilics Vesting
Black -Uidcolored Bombazines and Silks
Bombuzetts. Jeans, York Stripes
Plain and ribbed Stockinets
Cotton Stockings, of all kinds >
Madras and Puilicat Handkerchiefs
Apron Checks, brown Hollands
Indian and Canton Crapes
Whitechapel Needles and fresh ounce Threads
Superior cotton Umbrellas
London paper and pound Pins
Cutlery, assorted, in small casks , .
Osnaburgs, Russia Sheetings, long Lawns; and, a variety
of other GOODS, all of which will be scud, either
wholesale or at retail, on the most; moderate
te'.,.s jiiii- 5 —8‘)
• ■ 1 ■ ~ 1
LLmK ot tUe State ol Georgia.
The Stockholders who subscribed to the Stock of Said
Bank, on the first day of February last, are reminded,
that Thursday next, the first day of August, will be the
last day, authorised by the charter, for receiving the
second instalment. ELEAZAR EARLY',
i'llv 27—. -89 ;?■. . - , . c -hier
iViarsJiai s saico.
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, Caesar
and Jack—levied on as the property of Alexander Cur
rie, dec. to satisfy an execution at the suit of John Mil-
lei. JOHN EPP1NGER,
june 27—-76 t .•?/, t
Marshal’s sale continued.
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 Savannah*
between the hours of 10 and 3 o’clock,
A Negro Wench, named Delia; levied on as the pro
perty of Robert Dillon, at the suit of William Hort.
julv 6 —80 jTshai
By virtue of a decree of the honorable the sixth -circuit
court of the United States for the district or Georgia,
made in a case wherein Jane Irving, William Irving, Ca
tharine Maitland and Alexander Maitland, were com
plainants and Joseph Currie and Joseph Aliller, were de
Will be sold at the court-house in the city of Savannah,
betwefen the usual hours,
On the first Tuesday in August next.
The following negroes, viz; Dublin, Rina, Mintey, Han
nah, Priscy, Tom, Mary, Molly, Sandy, Maria, Elsey,
Fox, Hercules, Cuffy, Suckey.JBetsy, Hally and Sambo^—
being a part of the personal estate of the late John Currie,
esq. dec. JOHN EPPJNGER,
v— I Afar shed
iwne 27 76
ALursiial’s sale continubd.
On thefirst Tuesday in August next,
Will be sold at the market-house in 8t. Mary’s, between
the hours of ten and three o’cleck,
The buildings on part of wharf lot No. 3, in St. Mary’s,
levied on as the property of Paul Chase to satisfy sun
dry executions at the suit of the United States ugamst
said Paul Chase and others JOHN EPPJNGEK,
As a House-Servant or Porter,
A youog active Negro Fellow. P™**
ter. 4*!y 27——89