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SAVANNAH, (GA.) AUGUST 10, 1816.
[Whole Number 2708.
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
S VERY'TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
JIT SIX DOLLARS PER AM UM.
PAYABLE IS ADVANCE.
-Five Cents per
EN AND A HAI.V
will be inserted at the rate *&£££
square the first time, and
Cents for each continuation.^^
, orders from the Country, unless the
must accompant qu ortlie party well known to
Daumenl he secured m
the Eilitor must he post-paid.
The fme fast s.nting- bng GEORGIA, captain
rST?r w ; ‘ daily expected; having three .4 irtl.s of
r c no ready to go on boam. 1 9 r fiance of
> L, having- excellent accommodation^ ap
Freight or ^’ llavl % LMb -i- EA D & BATTELLfe.
ply t0 Q7
V july 23——3r
The fine new schooner ADELINE, Abner
j-rjr , master, will be despatched in eight days.
i^Forlreight or passage, apply tO R dm master on
loai’d, or to M'Kinne’s -wharf
For sale, on board,
m hegs Sounds and Tongues
' do pickicil Salmon
do and 7 hi s Shad
For New- Fork
The packet ship WOODBINE, captain J. Wii-
ft,T iet to Li on Thursday next. For freight or pas-
Ea ?> . L having superior accommodations, apply on
’ ihe’/s wiLf, or to P. SCHENK & CO.
"•if J j * — a J
The packet brig SAY AN N All PACKET, cap-
J-fS * in Gilbert Potter, to sail in six days. For
ggggfrfigiit or passage, haveing spacious accommoda-
tioiis, oppty oil board, or to
P. Schenk & Co.
& A few copies of Strictures on the
cu'Uv tion ■ fthe .Sugar C.Jie, just rcceiv ed and for sale
I at this office. auErust 1 91
Niles 5 Register.
A few copies of this valuable and useful work remain
on hi nd. For sale, at this office,
From the schooner Ann, from Havana,
60 half boxes of superior white Sugar, for family use
43 barrels Muscovado Sugar
43 barrels Coffee
Best Snunish Cigars, in boxes and half boxes
Sw eet Meats ail’d Fruits. For sale by
Cavnochan & Mitchel.
Deceived, by thp-M'oodbive,
A few firkins BUTTER,
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put ini f ir fi rmly use, for
1 B. & G. LATHUOP.
2‘JO barrels Philadelphia superfine FMOUR.
* R. Richardson.
Have just received, and offer for sale,
£3 casks trace Chains
41 boxes assorted window Glass —
11 crates do Crockerywure y
2i) bags race Ginger. L- PETTY Sc C
july 16 84
J\l'-Kinne‘s wh a f^
290 pieces Cotton Bagring
59 quarter casks Tencriti M ine
17 hog he.ids MoLisses
19 casks Madeira Wine,
jiiii ii i-.2
J list received,
El I the brig. Eliza Lord, from J\ ew-I ork,
20 boxes Clitese
^ do smoked Beef
19 do Anchovies
** do Capers
2. barrels Walnuts
4 c«s..s white wine Vinegar
Presli currant and raspberry Jelly
Syrup of bene, Apples and Marmalade
John B. Gaudry.
M? 19—x 95
The Life of General Jackson,
IVhich -was commenced by the late Major John Reid, is
now pros rexsing, and -will shortlv be completed, by
JOHN H. EATON,
FOn THE BENEFIT OF THE CHILDHEN OF THE DECEASED.
This Work is already in a state of considerable for
wardness, and will be finished during the ensuing fall.
From the qualifications of the author, and his being in
possession of all the papers of the General, appertaining
to the operations in the South, its detail* may be better
reiied on for accuracy than any other that can be pre
sented to the public. , A
The History will commence with file early life of Gen
eral Jackson, and conclude with the operations of the
British and American armies before New-Orleans; and
will comprise all the events of the war in which he had
any ; gei cy.
The Work will contain about four hundred pages oc
tavo, accompanied by an engraved likeness of the Gener
al, and drawings of the different battles.—Price jj§4.
Aj- Subscriptions, to the above Work, received at the
Office of the Savannah Republican. aug 13—96
Scott’s Family Bible,
A new and cheap edition, in 6 vols. 8 vo. without the
marginal references; vols. 1st and 5th are published, sub
Nos. 6 and 7 of the Panoplist
Historical Sketches of the late war, embellished with
Portraits, &c. by John L. Thompson
Congress of Vienna, by M. De Pradt
Colonial Policy of Great-Britain, considered with re
lation to her North-American provinces, by a British tra-
Valentine’s Eve, by Mrs. Opie •
Tales of Fancy, vol. 1, conuining the shipwreck, by
Dunce of Death and other Poems, by Walter Scott
Continuation ofEarly Sessions, by Maria Edgeworth
Witlia variety of late juvenile Books. For sale by
S. C. Schenk.
Fresh Shoes and Slippers.
Just received,from New-Work, by the brig Pocahontas, con
sisting of the following kinds:
Cadies’ 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 wax calf-shin Shoetees
Children’s leather Boots
All of which will be sold low" for cash by
Have entered into partnership in the practice of LAW.
Their Office is immediately over the Bookstore of Mr.
.William T. Williams, on the Buy.
iulv 30 +T 90
Factorage and Commission.
The subscriber Having commenced in the above line
°F 31 SIXESS, offers his services to his friends and the
public; Ins Counting-Room is on Wayne’s upper wharf,
Lrmeriy occupied by Messrs. Bhuiixy & Barnett - The
Sloiv 13 Lrge „ n jl commodid^PIproduce will be re-
cclV( -d on storage and every attention given to its re
ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE.
_dfr 2--139 "
One thousand acres salt (now fresh j marsh, in Wil-
®ungton river, joining lands of John Simpson, now coni
seated, and iancis of J. M‘Queeii, esq. originally on the
7m September, 1772, granted James Lucena, qlec. For
ernis apply to William Stephens, or at this office,
^ a plan may be seerijthe tract is prime cotton land.
Also acres of land, in lots of the beautiful village of
ontgomery, on Vernon river; fine, healthy summer’s
^ sidence. Enquire as above. - • - july 16—84
E gopffUOOk, enquire of the printer
Brooks 6c Welman
IlavejuSt received, from Neno-York and Philade'phia, and
6 chests superior Hyson Tea, btagg’s cargo, imported
in June last
7 quarter chests young Hyson do do
6 -boxes Prunes
15 bags Almonds, soft shelled
28 boxes .Muscatel Raisins
58 bags green Coffee
33 barrels and 30 half barrels fresh superfine Flour
7 hogshead.} N. E. Rum
12 lilids rectified rye Whiskey
5 pipes real Holland Gin
20 bis double refined loaf and lump Sugar
23 kegs Richmond Tobacco, Dunlap’s brand
60 pieces prime Inverness cotton Bagging
Hogsheads Jamaica Rum, pipes Brandy, Malaga and
Tenenff Wine, in quarter casks; New-Orleans and West,
India Sugar. So-.-) -nd C-ndles.
In quarter casks, received per snip Woodbine, and for
lie by ISAAC COHEN & CO.
aug 10 u - — 95
20 casks CLARET, of a superior quality.
nudist 8 94
A valuable chair HORSE, warranted gentle, and well
situated for a family. For terms, apply at this office
atig 10— .)i 95 .
The Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which
oscpli Hill lately resided—it is a substantial well built
bridge, composed chiefly of cypress; it has stood the
cresliets, and appears to’be -in all respects a good mid
fomplete piece of work. For terms apply to
JOHN BOLTON or i
>. JEREMLAH CUYLER. '
1 ex ors.
(In the room formerly occupied by Jonathan Battelle)
Has received by the ship Aihmis,
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,
july 30- 90
A House and Lot, in St. James’s square; being one of
the most healthy and pleasant situatiohs in this city—op
the said lot are all necessary out buildings.. Tins _ pro
perty will he sold 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 enher ot the
subscribers. ®UN. 'SjlEFU A LL,
M. SfHEFTALL, sen.
And now landingfrom New-York,
37 Wids. prime selected New-Orleans Sugvr, 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. Tenerifle 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 suitjurchasers,
for stile by
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
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, in barrels
1 case mill Saws
6 casks northern Shoes
Olmstead & Battelle.
J. F. De Lorme & Co.
Have just received from New-York, and offer for sale,
at their-store, cheap for cash. No. 5. Gibbon’s building,
the following Articles:—
Toilet looking Glasses, elegant plated Candlesticks,
paste Board, elegant thread Lace, northward Homespun,
tortoise shell, quill back and horn Combs, snuff' Btoxes,
Brushes, elegant Jewellery, Stationary, Dry-Goods, ami
Hardware. Also, an assortment of Musical Instruments;
such as Clarionet, German Flute-Fifes, Flagellets, Vio
lin, Guitars, Hand-Organs; also, music Books, to suit
the above instruments; as also for the Piano Forte, &c.
july 18—fi — 85
isilli OC CO.
Have now landing, from the ship IVinnefred, fiom 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 sujlerior plated IVare, consisting of cruet
Frallies, candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays
And via New-York,
Two trunks Parasols, three bales Seersuckers, three-
bales f lumhums
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
nd 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 casts straw Hats and Bonnets
Six cases Artificial Flowers
Seventeen'casts Looking Glasses, a part of which are
in elegant gilt frames. june i5—71
Andrew Low & Co.
Have received, by the ship Winnifrcd, from Liverpool, and
other late amvals,
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
Hombazetts. Jeans, York Stripes
Plain and ribbed Stockinets
Cotton Stockings, of allkinds ,
Madras and Pullicat 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 sold, either
wholesale or at retail, 011 the most moderate
terms. hilv 8’>
Factorage arid Commission
The subscriber informs his friends and the public in
general, that he has commenced in the above business,
and hopes, by strict attention and punctuality, to merit a
share of public favor. He offers for sale, his Stock in
Trade, on good terms, consisting of excellent Blankets,
of different sizes; colored Negro Clothes, Cassunepes,
second Broadcloths, Calicoes, cotton Bagging, &c. and
will Let hi* Stand, near the Market-square; the Store is
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,
aufrust 1 PY- 91 4
To Jhe Printing Busines, two APPRENTICES. Ap
ply at this OffiM. 29 TT~ 77
The copartnership, heretofore existing between the
subscribers, under the firm of J. Hanmer & Co. was dis
solved on the 25th June last, by mutual consent.
The subscriber is authorized to settle the concerns of
the_ late-firm of J. Hamper & Co. and having purcliased
their stock will continue his fgrtner line of business.
august 8-«—x ■» *24
Will be sold in front of our store,
On Monday, 19th August,
AT 10 O’COCK
A gold Watch, sundry articles of Jewellery, silver
smith’s Toots, i ne riding Chair, and a trunk of wearing
Apparel; being the personal property of Timothy Bon-
Hy order of the administrator.
M. Herbert & Co.
,j"’v 6—J.+—80 . u >,
On the first Tuesday in September next,
Will be sold before the Court House, in tliis city, be
tween the usual hours,
A prime Negro Fellow, named Maiiccs, belonging to
the estate of E. Wells, deceased. Sold by order of the
executor. M. HERBERT k CO. auct’rs.
july 9 81
iLedical Science Lottery,
Will draw on the 7tli of October in the city of New-
. 1 of
14.719 blSks? More P rizCS than blankS '
the above Lottery for sale by the
A quantity of excellent BACON, in casks, fit for ex
14 kegs best Buncombe Butter, for family use
6<J do do Lard
50 boxes assorted cotton Cards
! tierces men’s common lined Shoes
Cases assorted looking Glasses
Cotton Cambrics, &c. Ac.
A. Erwin, Lethbridge & Co.
july 33— 93 Jones’ wi
Per ship Portia, J. n. StilUman, master, from Bordeaux,
A few boxes Vin-de-Grave, first quality
25 boxes St. Julien Claret
20 casks Claret, different qualities, warranted good
Soft shell Almonds
And a few pipes Cognac Brandy, warranted genuine*
which will be sold at wholesale or retail, by
Tlioinasson & Colmesnil.
-nor- jo nt 95
Cotton Lagging, &c.
175 pieces Inverness cotton Bagging
300 reams wrapping Paper
80 kegs Dupont’s Gunpowder, w-arranted
Buck and patent Shot, assorted sizes
Prime Orleans Sugar, in barrels
White Havana Sugar
Green Coffee, in bags
Hyson and C Teas, of thq latest importations
Young Hyson j
Prime chewing Tobacco
2000 yards Towcloth,' vert cheap
Landing, from bHg ~Sally,from Philadelphia,
5 casks Englisn Pinais, assorted sizes, v— —i
accommodating terms, by
James H. Fraser,
1000 lbs sarsaparilla Root
aug 10 1. 95
For sale on
An election will be held at the Synagogue, on MON
DAY, the 19th inst. for OFFICERS for the ensuing year,
agreeable to charter. aug 10- m —95
Bank of the State of Georgia.
The Directors will, on TUESDAY, the 27th August in
stant, at 11 o’clock a. m. at the Bank in Savanoah, ap
point thirteen Directors, to preside over the Office of
Discount and Deposit, established at the city of Augusta.
Also, seven Directors, to preside over the Office of Dis
count and Deposit, established at the town of Milledge-
At the same time the Directors will elect a Cashier for
the Office at Augusta, with a salary of o»e thousand eight
hundred dollars per annum, who will bq required to
give twa or more sufficient securities, for the discharge”
of the duties required of him,in the sum of forty thou
Also, a Cashier for the Office at Milledgeville, with a
salary of one thousand dollars per annum, who will be
required to give two or more sufficient securities, for the
discharge oi the duties required of him, in the sum of
thirty thousand dollars.
Candidates for the Offices of Cashier, will address their
applications to the subscriber, stating the names of their
securities; and, immediately after the electiom the per
sons elected Cashiers to said Offices, will be required to
repair to the Bank at Savannah.
Savannah, 5th August, 1816. Cashier
N. B. The Editors of the Gazettes of this State are
requested to publish the above notification until the day
of election. (aug 6-93]
Mrs. Canuet has removed- her Boarding School to
Mr. Eppmger’s brick house, on the South Commons,
neatly opposite the Academy, where she can accommo
date some more vbung ladies,
iulv 23——-+rv 87
A likely young Wench. Apply to tibe printer,
august ,f ' J ' - ' nt ^