BY FREDERICK S. FELL.]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) AUGUST 6, 4816.
[Whole Number 2704.
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT six dollars per annum,
PAYABLE IX ADVAXCE.
Will be inserted at the rate
square the first time*
Cents for each continuation.
,. r Jl orders from the Couxtry, unless the
paymZZ Lured m Town, or the party well known to
All Letters to the Editor must be post-paid
, - - -
m For Liverpool
The fine fust sailing brig GEORGIA, captain
rST West, daily expected; having three fourtlis of
Wj Pi c ,r<ro ready to go on board. For balance ot
irnfJir pass «e, having excellent accommodations, ap-
frc.ght or ! t> OLMSTEAD & BATTELLE.
The packet brig HERO, captain Bailey, will
’ nositively sail for Philadelphia, on Saturday, the
tfyU&ldthinsUnt, (wind and weather permitting) with
‘ ndfr “ e " , pe?r& Wright,
R'/iO have juft received, by said vessel,
Stmerfine Philadelphia FLOUR
Copper Sails, of fitly to eighty gallons
hr aXB, OX HAND,
Inverness and German Bagging
IVUiskev, 4*h proof Brandy; Vin-de-Grate
Nails, assorted; loaf Sugar window Glass
Smvnia Ridsins, German, Russia and Swedes Steel
Heavy black Pepper, cot-on and wool Cards
BILLS ON PHILADELPHIA.
& A few copies of Strictures on the
mlliv lion of the Sugar dune, just received and for sale
tf tliis office. aU g US t 1 SI
Bills on England.
For sale by
CUMMING 8c MOORHE V.D.
20 casks very best Brown Stout . _
60 crates Crockeryw-re, assorted, suitable for coun
try stores. For sale by
niifnicf ft— —n— ^2 _
V few boxes Hermitage, of 1808
Do L’eovile, of 1810
Do Brandy Fruits „
nd cask of Almonds. For sale by
R. & J. Habersham.
July 9 SI . - . .
1 elegant Mahogany Side-Board
1 do do Bureau
2 do do r ables
1 dozen elegant fancy Chairs, and
1 Mahogany Cradle. Apply to
\V. & A. Weyman & Co.
julv 20 86 0,1 the Bay
• received,from Charleston, by the Leander, capt. White,
\ pipes Schiedam Gin
1 ’ i lateau, Margau x and L’Eoville
hi ret, in boxes, of a superior quality, of1809 and 10
Boxes white Havana Sugars
Spanish Cigars, in whole and half boxes
Best London Porter
rresti Crackers, &c. F. JALINEAU.
aum’st 3 92
Have entered into partnersliip in the practice of LAW.
T‘ r Office is immediately over the Bookstore of Mr.
William T. Williams, on the Bay.
july 30——hr 90
Active and Olynthus, from Philadelphia,
,gnac Brandy, 4th proof
;d CiVler, in barrels containing 3 dozen
0 r hyson For sale by
ff'o- 17, Exchange -wharf
i For sale
casks linseed Oil
chests young hyson Tea
ton shear Moulds
pipes Malaga Wine. , ,
Cumming & Moorhead.
J. F. De Lorme Sc Co.
e just received from New-York, and offer for sale,
their store, cheap for cash, No. 5. Gibbon s building,
ie following Articles:— -
oilet looking Glasses, elegant plated Candlesticks,
:e Board, elegant thread Lace, northward Homespun,
oise shell, quill back and horn Combs, snuff Boxes,
shes, elegant Jewellery, Stationary, Dry-Goods, and
‘dware. Also, an assortment of Musical Instruments,
n as Clarionet, German Flute-Fifes, Flagellets, Vio-
Guitars, Hand-Organs; also, music Books, to suit
above instruments; as also for the Piano Forte, &c.
ulv 18—| p—85
Savannah Poor Mouse and Hospital.
For July and Augusl,
James Morrison and Benjamin Burroughs.
Kily 30 90 .. . Secretary
Medical Science Lottery,
Will draw on the 7th of October in the
York The prizes are, •
city of New-
14,719 blanks S
More prizes than blanks.
in the above Loiter}* for sale b} r the
A quantity of excellent BACON, in casks, fit for ex
14 kegs best Buncombe Butter, for family use
60 do do I-ard
50 boxes assorted cotton Cards
3 tierces men’s common lined Shoes
Cases assorted lobk*ig Glasses
Cotton Ci.trhr.es, hc.tcc.
A. Erwin, Lethbridge & Co.
—9' • - • , Jones’ wharf
A few copies of this valuable and useful Work remain
on hand. For sale, at this office,
John Tannel 5 ,
(In the room formerly occupied by Jonathan Battelle)
Has received by the ship Adonis,
A large and elegant assortment of English, French and
India GOODS; which he offers, at reduced prices, for
cash or approved paper at ninety days,
50 barrels superfine Philadelphia Flour, and for sale
bv the subscribers, who have also, a few bushels of Bene
Seed to sell. CARNOCHAN & MT1 CHEL.
july 23 87
Fresh Shoes and Slippers.
Just received, from New- York, by the brig 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 which will be sold low for cash by
julv 9 81 f ribbon's !• u'ERrur.
Landed, or taken in mistake,
From on board of the ship Adonis, captain Thomson,
A small TRUNK or BOX, mark not known, but, pro
bably the subscriber’s h>me, containing Boot Cord.—
Any information, respecting the s ane, will be gratefully
received, and all reasonable expences paid.
august 3 92 Gibbon's braiding
Have now landing from 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 glauber Salts
Curry Combs •*
Hatchets, Hammers, Axes and hollow Ware
Floor Brushes^ £
Cut Nails, Trunks
Bed Cords, Twine, ravens’ Duck
No. 1.to 6 Shot *■
Boxes cotton and wool Cards
Currants, in barrels
1 case mill Saws
6 casks northern Shoes
Olmstead & Battelle.
ust received, from Philadelphia, by the brig William &
Alary, the folio wing 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 bottled Porter
Madeira and Lisbon Wines
and 3000 lbs North Carolina Hams
july 9 81
Blank Bills of Sale.
For sale at this Office.
The PLANTATION called Verxezobrk, settled by
coipnel Daniel Heyward, dec. situate on the east side of
the Sa vannah back-fiver, twelve miles from the city, and
contiguous,tp 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 300 acres G.n 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 100 acres of prime uncleared cot
ton. land. On the place there is an excellent dwelling-
house, with five rooms; a large substantially built bam,
with a number of negro-houses and other buildings.—
Possession of the place will be given at any time. For
terms, which will be made easy to an approved pur
chaser, apply to the owner, at Callawassie Island, SL
Luke’s Parish, South-Caroling or to the undersigned
factors in Savannah. WILLIAMSON & DE VILLERS.
For sale at this Office*
Save received, per the br ig Sea island, from New- York,
A large and well selected supply ot English, .French.
India and Domestic Manufactured GOODS; all of which
will b - sold, by wholesale or retail; at their store, north
west end of Gibbons’brick bunding. Market-square.
Murdoch M*'Leod & Co.
200 barrels Philadelphia superfine F-OUR.
iulv 27 89 « .
200 pieces Cotton Bagging
50 quarter casks Tenerifi Wine
17 hog heads Molasses
10 casks Madeira Wine. R. RICHARDSON,
julv 11 82
Have just received, and offer- for sale,
53 casks trace Chains
41 boxes assorted window Glass
11 crates do Crockery war:
20 bags race Ginger,
july 16 84
pETXY & CQ
Andrew Low & Co.
Have received, by the ship Winnifn-d, from Liverpool, and
other late arrivals,
Turkey red Yarn
Linens and cotton Shirtings
Fancy figured mull Muslins, for dresses
Fine and .coarse, low priced leno Muslins, 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 Marseilles Vesting
Black and colored Bombazines and Silks
Bombuzetts, Jeans, York Stripes
Plain and ribbed Stockinets
Cotton Stockings, of aii kinds
Madras and Puilicat Handkerchiefs
Apron Checks, brown Hollands
Italian and Canton Crapes
Wliitechapel 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 he sold, either
wholesale or at retail, on the most moderate
Uwnis. ' i.njr 6—80
Duel, Gresliam 6c Co.
Will be sold in front of our store,
Oil Monday, 19th August,
A gold Watch, sundry articles of Jewellery, silver*
smith’s Tools, and a trunk of wearing apparel, being the
personal property of Timothy Bonticou, dec.
My aider 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
tlie estate of E. Weils, deceased. Sold by order of the
executor. M. HERBERT & CO. auct’rs.
july 9-- 81 |
Having received his medical education i¥hder the j in
spection of the most eminent Physicians of Paris, offers
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 wedlj as
from his practice in this City; he assures himself, that jthe
expectations of those who may confide in his skill, will
not be deceived, even in the most complicated cases.—
He will be happy to attend to any applications, thatYnay
be made, at his Shop, at the corner of Drayton and Bry-
iin streets. august 1—*m—91
Factorage and Commission
The subscriber informs his friends and the public in
general, that he has commenced in the above business,
and hopes, bv strict attention and punctuality, to merit a
share of ffc.biic favor. He offers for sale, his Stock iiMg[
Trade, on good terms, consisting of excellent BlanketsjH
of different sizes; colortd Negro Clothes, Cassimeres^®
second Broadcloths, Calicoes, cotton Bagging, &c. and
will Let his Stand, near the Market-square; the Store i9
twenty-five feet by twenty, and a Cellar, under the store,
that will hold from fifty to sixty bales of cotton. For
terms apply to JAMES WHITE;
a igust 1 ex 91
Factorage and Commission Business.
The subscriber intends, on the first Tuesday of Sep
tember next, to decline the practice of law; and, froin
that date, to engage in th,e 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 claim to public pat
ronage; the subscriber pledges himself to his friends
and fellow-citizens, generally, to merit a portion of thiir
He has procured fire-proof stores for the reception
of produce on Howard’s wharf, and his counting-roojm
is in the east tenement of said building
Joseph S. Pelot.
july 13 ■ ■ aa—- 83 1
Factorage and Commission.
The subscriber having commenced in the above like
of BUSINESS, offers his services to Ins friends and the
public; his Counting-Room is on Wayne’s upper whairfi
formerly occupied by Messrs. Phinizy 8c Barnett - Tfie
Store is large and commodious—produce will be re
ceived on storage and every attention given to its re
ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE, j
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.
Have nbw landing, from the slap /J innefred, fuom 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
bai ^ UI ? lhu,ns J man one cent, without a bill receipted
1000 pieces long yellow Nankeens, one case chip Hats;
white, black and colored Levantine ami Florence Silks
Stout mixed coat Silks and Fiorendne Vesting; white
and black lace 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 elegant gilt frames. june 15—71
N. B. Purchasers are requested not to pay the drayi-
an one cent, without 1 * ’
june 18 +—-—72
And now landingfrom New-York,
37 lihds. 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 casks assorted Shot
2 pipes old Madeira Wine
quarter casks L. P. TencrifFe 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 8c WELMAN,
June 4—66 - , Bowharf
Mrs. Caxuet hasri^jjpved her Boarding School to
Mr. Eppingeris brick Bouse, on the South Commons,
nearly opposite the Academy, where she tan accommo
date some more young ladies,
iulv 23 jr* 87
To the Printing Busines, two APPRENTICES. Ap
ply at this Office. . — . june 29 77
Wharf and Stores.
To rent, that extensive Wharf-and commodious Stores,
at present occupied by Mr. Bama M'Kinne, of which
possession may be had on the first of November next.—
For terms apply to R. 8c J. HABERSHAM,
iulv 9 81
• ’ ; :
my absence from this
State, Jeremiah Cuyher, esq. will act as my Attorney.
fox site at
A House and Lpt, in St. 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 fob the payment, peri
sons disposed to purchase will apply to either of the
subscribers. BEN. SHEFTALL,
M. SHEFTALL, sen. j
april 6 41 ... ,
To be sold
A valuable COTTON PLANTATION, on Crooked rived
six miles from St. . Mary’s, consisting of upwards of one,
thousand acres of land, a good proportion of which in
fine planting land; sixty acres have been planted one year.i
It is remarkably healthy and plenty of fine fish got with 1
little trouble; it will be sold a bargain, if applied for
soon. For further particulars enquire of
G. & A. M. Ker,
julv ll-—rx—-82 ~ 'ffovxti'fTs vhtirf
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 Spriraj 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 Place 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
augustl—l—91 f ^ .
One thousand acres salt (now fresh) marsh. 111 Wil
mington river, joining lands of John Simpson, now con
fiscated, and lands of J. M'Queen, esq. originally bn die
4th September, 1772, granted James Lueena, dec. For
terms apply to Wiixiam Stephexs, or at this office,
where a plan may be seen;the tract is prime cotton
Also acres of land, in lots of the beautiful vilhragtcif
Montgomery, on Vernon river; fine, healthy summer’s
residence. Enquire as above. july 16—84
The Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which
Joseph Hill lately resided—it is a substantial well buijt
bridge, composed chiefly of cypress; it has stood tte
freshets, and appears to be in all respects a good
complete piece of work. For terms apply to
- JOHN BOLTON or 2 ex'ors.
JEBJEMJAH CULLER. )J.IJHi.
aprU 4 , ‘"" 4Q