3Y FREDERICK S. FELL.]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) AUGUST 8, 1816.
[Whole Number &703.
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
18 PUBLISHED .
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AX'X’UAt,
PAYABLE IS ADVANCE.
A D V R RTISEMENTS
will be inserted at the rate of Seventy-Five Cents per
square the first tin*, and Thirty-Seven and a Hale
Cents for each continuation.
must occompanv all orders from the Country, unless the
pamneU be secured in Town, or the party well known to
All Letters to the Editor must be post-paid.
The fine fast sailing brig GEORGIA, captain
-gSPSLWest, daily expected; having three tourtns ot
Sifel&her cargo ready to go on board. For balance of
The fast sailing and handsomely accomroodat-
ed ship ADONIS, Tliomson, master, will sail on
rtXmiiiv next, positively (wind and weather per-
nittiiir 1 Those gentlemen that intend to take passage
n the shin are requested to attend immediately, that no
(disa ppointment may take place, on the part of the ship
tor in ster The consignees of g-oods, by the ship, w®
aUell j to receive them, when landed, without further
“ ..iulv 3d—m—9.1
A few copies of Strictures on tlie
cult iv tion of the Sugar Cane, just received and for sale
at this office. august 1 ■ 91
Bills on England.
For s.,lc by CUM MING it MOORHEAD.
aN lies Register.
A few copies of this valuable and useful work remain
on hand. For sale, at this office,
augu st 1—91
A regular meeting of the Savannah Library Society
f. will take place o.i MONDAY, the 5tli of this month, at
8 o'clock p. i he Liby a H Ob august 1—91
* ii v soil i ea.
12 chests Hyson Tea. For s.le by
iulv 18 85 ,
SO barrels superfine Philadelphia Flour, and for sale
bv the subscribers, who have also, a few bushels of Bene
Seed to sell. CARNOCHAN 8c MITCIIEL.
July 23 87
200 barrels Philadelphia superfine F..OUR.
i lie subscribers
Have just received, and offer for sale,
53 casks trace Chains
41 boxes assorted window Glass
11 crates do Crocke?y\vare
2u bags race Ginger. L, PETTY 8c CO.
July 16 34 AT Ai line’s stthaij
200 pieces Cotton Ragging
50 quarter casks Tendin' Wine
17 bog heads Molasses
10 casks Madeira Wine. R. RICHARDSON,
July 11 82
To tlie Printing Busines, two APPRENTICES. Ap-
ly at ties Office. jtme 29 —77
f actorage and Commission
The subscriber informs bis friends and the public in
sneral, that he has commenced in the above business,
id hopes, by strict attention and punctuality, to merit a
bare of public favor. He offers for sale, his Stock in
trade, on good terms, consisting of excellent Blankets,
"different sizes; colored Negro Clothes, Cassimeres,
cond Broadcloths, Calicoes, cotton Bagging, &c. and
all Let iiis Stand, near the Market-square; the Store is
Jcmy-five feet by twenty, and a Cellar, under the store,
at will hold from fifty to sixty bales of cotton. For
irms apply to JAMES WHITE,
i i'iisf-1 ex 91
factorage and Commission.
The subscriber having commenced in the above line
'BUSINESS, offers his services to liis friends and the
ublicj his Counting-Room is on Wayne’s upper wharf,
fcrmerly occupied by Messrs. Phinizy 8c Barnett- The
[Mre is large and commodious—produce will be re
vived on stoyge and every attention given to its re-
eptibn and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE,
dec 2—139 ,
The Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which
oseph Hill lately resided—it is a substantial well built
liidge, composed chiefly of cypress; it has stood the
esnets, and appears to be in all respects a good and
lomplete piece of work. For terms apply to
JOHN BOLT ON or 1 ex'ors
JEREMIAH CUYLER. $J. tini.
anril 4 40
Have received, per the brig- Sea Island, from New-York,
A large and well 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 building, Market-squard.
Murdoch McLeod & Co.
A quantity of excellent BACON, in casks, fit for ex
14 kegs best Buncombe Butter, for family use
6u do do Lard
50 boxes assorted cotton Cards
3 tierces men’s common lined Shoes
Cases assorted looking Glasses
Cotton Cambrics, &c. 8cc.
A. Erwin, Lethbridge & Co.
julv 30 90 Jones' -wharf
1 elegant Mahogany Side-Board
1 do do Bureau
2 do do Tables
1 dozen elegant fancy Chairs, and
1 Mahogany Ur;*die. Apply to
W. & i. Weyman & Co.
j*ilv 20 -36 on the Hay
Claret Wine; &c.
A few boxes Hermitage, of 1808 \
Do L’eovile, of 1810
Do Brandy Fruits
and cask of Almonds. For sale bv
’ R. A J. Habersham.
July 9 81
Fresh Shoes and Slippers.
Just received,from ATew-York, by the bdg Pocahontas, con
sisting of the following kinds:
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 winch will be sold low for cash by
july 9— 81 Gibbon's i ' Uduur
Have now landing from, brig Pocahontas,from Nett)-York;
lob barrels Menhaden
30 do Mackerel
10 pieces bed Ticking
10 do Priest Cioxlis
Writing, letter, printing, wrapping and sheathing Paper
Slop Bread anil Cordial
Barrels glauber Saits .(U « •
Curry Combs „ . "ti ■ .
Hatchets, Hammers, Axes and bellow Ware
Cut Nails, Trunks
Boxes Chocolate , .
Bed Cords, Twine, ravens’Duck
No. 1 to 6 Shot
Boxes cotton and wool Cards
Currants, in barrels
1 case mil L Saws
6 casks northern Shoes
Olmstead & Battelle.
Joim i aimer,
BOITOS S RANGE,
(In the room formerly occupied by Jonathan Battelle)
Has received by the ship Atlonis,
A large and elegant assortment of English, French and
India GOODS; which lie off i s. at reduced prices, for
cash or approved paper at ninety eiays.
july 30 90
On Tuesday next, the 5th of August,
Will be sold in front of the Court House, i
A NEGRO FELLOW, about nineteen years of age.
' A. Howe, auct’r.
julv 30- 90 -
Will be sold in front of our store,- -
On Monday, 19th August,
A gold Watch, sundry articles cf Jewellery, silver
smith’s Tools, and a ti-unk of wearing apparel, being the
personal property of Timothy Bonticou, dec.
My order of the administrator.
M. Herbert & Co.
On the first Tuesday in September next,
Will be sold before the Court House, in this city, be
tween the usual hours,
A prime Negro Fellow, named Marcus, belonging to
the estate of E. Wells, deceased. Sold by order of the
executor. M. itERBERT 8t CO. auct'rs.
july 9 *81
* Have ente^d into partnership in the practice of LAW.
Their Office is immediately over the Book Store of Mr.
William T. W illiams, on the Bay.
From the brigs Active and Olynthus, from Philadelphia,
5 pipes old Cognac Brandy, 4th proof
90 dozen bottled Cider, in barrels containing 3 dozen
5 chests superior hyson Tea. For s- le by
july 16—84 Xo. 17 Ere!■ n^e wharf
8 casks Linseed Oil
7 chests young liyson Tea
1 ton shear Moulds
3 pipes Malaga Wine.
Gumming & Moorhead.
Medical Science _L.ott.ery,
Will draw- on the 7th of October in the city of New-
The prizes are,
I4ffi9 blanks } More P rizes than blanks '
Tickets in tlie above
Lottery for sale by the
J 081 AH PEN FIELD-
9 —1>;. 81
Having received his medical education under the in
spection of the most eminent Physicians of Paris, off l-s
his professional services to the planters and public at
large. From the extensive field of observation, afforded
him by a long service in the French army; as well as
from his practice in this City-; he assures himself, that the
expectations of those who may confide in his skill, will
not be deceived, even in tlie most complicated cases.-—
He will be hi ppy to attend to an)' applications, that may
be made, at his Shop, at the corner of Drayton and Bry
an strf-e+s. august 1—*■»—01
Wharf and Stores.
To rent, that extensive Wharf and commodious Stores,
it present occupied by, Mr. Barba M'Kinne, of which
possession may be had oil the first of Novemher next.—
f f ^nns apply to R. Sc j. HABERSHAM.
-■I’Rv 9--.-—81 . .
Savannah Poor House and Hospital.
For July and August,
/axes Morrison and Benjamin Burroughs.
Factorage and Commission Business.
The subscriber intends^ on the first Tuesday of Sep
tember next, to decline me practice of lav.-; 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 linremitted attention, exertion and
punctuality in business, have any claim 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 tlie east tenement of said building
Joseph S. Pelot.
july 13 aa 83
Andrew low 6c Co.
Have received, by the ship Winnifred, from Liverpool, and
other late arrivals,
9 Turkey red Yarn
Linens and cotton Shirtings
Fancy figured mull .Muslins, for dresses
Fine and coarse, low priced lent) Muslins, suitable for
Plain and figured Cambrics
Calicoes and Cinghams, in great variety
Counterpanes and Marseilles Quills
Handsome furniture. Dainties
Common and 6-4 cambric Dimities
White and colored Marseilles Vesting
Black and colored Bombazines and Silks
Bomb, zetls. Jeans, York Stripes
Plain and ribbed Stockinets .
Cotton Stockings, of ail kinds
Madras and Puliicat 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 othef GOODS, ail of which will be sold, either
wholesale or at retail, on the most moderate
.. ... rros. i’-lv 6 — 8-J
A GARDEN LOT, No. 42, containing six acres, situate
on the Augusta road, between the Brick yard and Clay’s
swamp, about one quarter of a mile from Spring Hill;
part of which is, at present, planted in cotton, by Joseph
Stiles, esq.—about three and an half acres of it is high,
and a rich clay soil; the balance, rich low land. It is
particularly well calculated for a Garden and Piace of
Amusement, from its vicinity to town, or for a Brick
yard—it would be laid off in lots to suit purchasers, if
requested; indisputable titles will be given. For terms,
and a plan of the lot, apply to
ust received, from Philadelphia, by the bi-ig William U
Alary, the following articles, for sale at oYo. 17, Exchange
Superfine Flour, in whole and half barrels
Fresh Crackers, in kegs
Gunpowder, of Dupont’s brand
Kegs cut Nails, assorted
, ON HAND,
40 casks London bottled Porter
Madeira and Lisbon Wines
and 3000 lbs North Carolina Hams -
july 9- 81
A House and Lot, in St. James’s square; being one of
the most healthy and pleasant situations in this city—on
tlie said lot are all necessary out buildings. This pro
perty will be sold foi- a moderate price, and a credit of
one, two and three years given for the payment. Per
sons disposed to purchase will apply to either of the
subscribers. BEN. SIIEFTALL,
M. SHEFTALL, sen.
april 6 41 ; t
One thousand acres salt (now fresh) marsh, in Wil
mington river, joining lands of John Smipsoli, how con
fiscated, and lands of J.‘ M‘Queen, esq. originally on the
4th September, 1772, granted James Lucena, dec. For
terms apply’ to William 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. Enquire as ajjove. july 16—84
*%.* During my alisence from this
state, Jeremiah Cuyler, esq. will act as my Attorney.
.Julyjap- 1 —87 „ .
For sate at this Office*
J. F» De Lorme 6c Co.
Have just received from New-York, and offer for sale,
.at their store, cheap for cash, No. 5. Gibbon’s building,
tlie following Articles:—
Toilet iooking Glasses, elegant plated Candlesticks,
paste Board, elegant threae. Lace, northward Homespun,
tortoise shell, quill back and horn Combs, snuff Boxes,
Brushes, elegant Jewellery, Stationary, Dry-Goods, and
Hardware. Aiso, an assortment of Musical Instruments,
such as Clarionet, German Flute-Fifes, Flagellets, Vio
lin, Guitars, Hand-Organs; also, music Books, to suit
tlie above instruments; as also for the Piano Forte, &c.
iulv 18 f—85
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 sold a bargain, if applied for
soon. For further particulars enquire of
G. & A. M. Ker,
July 11——C^r-—*82 IJowi.ivfDp - hnrf
And now landingfrom JYew-York,
37 hhds. prime selected New-Orieans Sugar, fit for re
40 do do retailing Molasses %
4 .pipes 4th proof genuine Cognac Brandy
10 chests Gunpowder and Hyson Tea
6 Casks asserted Shot
2 pipes old Madeira Wine
quarter casks L. P. Teneriffe and Malaga do
barrels Pork and Beans
, IN STORE,
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 any quantity to suit pure) lasers,
for side by BROOKS & WELMAN, *
bine 4—66 t t ic'r.igf
Duel, Gresham <x to.
Have now landing,from the ship Winricfred, fiom Liver•
pool, t -
A large supply of R UMMER 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 Jk’ew-York, ;
Two trunks Parasols, three bales Seersuckers, three
1000 pieces long yellow Nankeens, one case chip Hatsj
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 anti Edgings
One case Chinelle Cords, asserted colors and sizes
Fifteen cases straw Hats and Bonnets
Six cases Artificial Flowers
Seventeen cases Looking Glasses, a part of which are
in elegantgilt frames. june 15—71
On the first Tuesday in August next,
Will be sold at the court-house in Savannah^ between the
hours of 10 afid 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 J.ck—levied on as the property of Alexander Cm4
rie, dec. to satisfy an execution at the suit of John Mil-
lei. JOHN EPPINGER,
june 27- ■ -76 ,.. 1 bl-eh.nl
Marshal’s sale continued.
On the first Tuesday in August next,
Will be sold at the court house in Savannah, betw een
the hours of 10 and 3 o’clock,
Two Negro Women, named Rose and Di; levied on aa
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.
The subscriber returns his sincere thanks to custom
ers and friends for past favors, and solicits a continu
ance of their custom. There is a constant supply of the
best oak, hickory and ash WOOD at his Wood-Yard,
with drays in waiting to transport it from his wharf.
N. B. Purchasers are requested not to pay the dray
man one cent, without a bi|| receipted.
jUTK- 13-^—t--- ??-■ .-w,-,- - .
Mrs. Canuet has removed her Boarding School to
Mr. Eppinger’s brick housey on the Sooth Commons,
nearly, opposite the) Academy, where die can accommo
date some mfire young ladies*
jUly 23 -« By
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 fiours,
On. the first Tuesday in August next.
The following negroes, viz; Dublin, Rina, Mintey, Han
nah, Priscv, Tom, Mary, Molly, Stady, Maria, Elsey*
Fox, Hercules, Cuffy, Suckey, Betsy, Polly and Sambo—^
being a part of the personal estate of the late John Gtundfcr*
esq. dec. JOHN EPPINGER,
mnr 27; 76 . . ... JSfcrshal
On the first Tuesday in Augutt next,
Will be sold at Ihe court house, in the city of Savannah,
between the hours of 10 and 3 o’clock,
A Negro Wench, named Delia; levied oil ss the pro
perty oTRobert Dillon, at the suit of William Hort. f •
july 6—-80. Martha!