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BY FRBmBICK S. FELL.] SAVANNAH, (GA.) AUGUST SO, 1816 § ■' **• ■" * j4 • wf N . [Whole Number 2710, Number 99'] TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR. [Volume XIV the republican is published EVEBV TUKSDAT, TTOKSDAV AA-n S'TA-HDAV, It six dollars per payable is ADVANCE. advertisements t 0 f Sevx*tt-Five Ce^ts per ,nll Be inserted at the rate RTT . S£VE?r asm a Half re the first time, ana cVrsior each e ° ntinUai "\ m n nrders from the ConrmT, unless the must accompany -J4 < ™ or y ie part y well known to payment be secure ttlL ' ,<ljtU , t h e Editor must be post-paid. j/l Lettiss to tne ^ ^ ... . _ For Boston The fine new schooner ADELINE, Abner F ,I master, will be despatched in eight days. ^Elns, " ’ e> apply to the master on __ For treight or pass-ifce, / pg TT Y & CO. boaiM, or to M’Kinne’s wharf For sate, on board, c'i keg's Sounds and Tongues 75 df pickled Salmon g do and 7 bis Shad 2 bis Alwives llTVft* aag 10 95 For Baltimore The schooner BLAZING STAR, hourly ex oected. On board, for sale, 120 barrels prune -hour; she will be despatched immediately, F or ;J ht of pasLge, enquire on board, or to Gumming & Moorhead. Who have for sale, JO kegs well assorted cut Nails Linseed Oil, in casks and barrels 3 hhds prime Tobacco !J bales Twine Quarter kegs Powder august 17 98 j? A few copies of Strictures on the • tion of the SugarCane, just received and for sale s office. august 1 91 Niles’ Register* A few copies of this valuable and useful work, remain n hand. For sale, at this office. august 1—91 . ~ New- *rk cider and biioes. 9 barrels first quality New-Ark t IDr.R 4 trunks SHOES, assorted. F<£ sale bv Wilson Fuller. ail 0, 17— -* V—98 - FrimeOreen Coffee. n-o svee,. COFFEEWu.U.ndM .oAf.r aug 15—m—97 Landing, From sloop Delight, from Charleston, 10 casks superior Bordeaux CLARE 1, entitles o < benture. YN STORE, )00 yards white HOMESPUN. For sale by Whitney & Parkman. aug 15—m—97 The subscribers Have now landing from brig Pocahontas, from New-York; 100 barrels Menhaden •30 do Mackerel 10 pieces bed Ticking 10 do Priest Cloths in store 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 Boxes Chocolate 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. inV 9—8t Soap, Tobacco, Iron and Cofl.ee. St receive perstup Woodbine and brig Savannah Packet, boxes Doolittle’s superior Soap kegs Richmond Tobacco, of the most approved brands, 5, band 8Heads to the pound IX STOKE, tons Iron, assorted sizes Bags and tierces Cotiee, bale Rope, &c. ^ Meigs & Reed. ... • yt 97 Landing, From the schooner■ Jinn, from Havana, I half boxes of superior white Sugar, lor family use J barrels .Muscovado Sugar 3 1). n-tls Coffee . , , , Best Spanish Cigars, in boxes and h.df boxes 8aeet Meats and Fruits. For sale by Camochan & Mitchel. aliens' 6—l—93 . Landing, From brig Savannah Packet, 100 boxes SLATE. For sale by John Lathrop & to. 'or sale •d Sfcod CORN Perry & Wright. • 1£—m—97 For sale 20 casks CLARET, of a superior quality. R. Richardson. aueust. 8- -94 For sale A prime NEGRO FELLOW, accustomed to the cul ture of sugar cane and distilling. A - a'-g 15—m—97 ' For sale 200 barrels Philadelphia superfine F—OT R. R., Richardson. july 27 89 For sale he Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which 'ph Hill lately resided—it is a substantial well built ■ge, composed chiefly of cypress; it has stood the bets, and appears to be in all respects a good and iplete piece of work- For terms apply to JOHN BOLTON or ? ePors. JEREMIAH CUYLER. SJ.HiU. pril 4—-—40 .. ... ' W anted To the Printing Busines, two APPRENTICES. Ap- june 29——27 Sicily Madeira Wine, Six years old, in pipes, half pipgs and quarter casks. Just received from New-York, per brig Savannah Packet, ndfor sale bv WILLIAM H. JOYNER, aug 15—m—97 At Bacon & Bruen’s courting room. Ditto do do Ditto do Ditto do Ditto do do Ditto do do Razee Boots, Shoes and Slippers. JUST RECEIVER, FROM SEW-YORK, By the ship Woodbine arid brig Savannah Packet, Ladies’ colored and black morocco Slippers do Grecian Ties do Pumps do walking Shoes undressed morocco Slips kid Slips Misses’ morocco Boots, Slippers and Ties Men’s Razee Boots Do morocco Jefferson Shoes and Pumps Do; Wax Calf’s skin Jeffersons Do morocco Pumps Do fine Shoes Do buff Slippers Youth's Shoes and Pumps and children’s Buskins The above articles are selected by the subscriber him self, and are of a superior quality. John Douglass, aug 15 y ■ • ■ 97 ■■ Gibbon’s building Fresh Shoes and Slippers. JUST RECEIVED, FROM SEW-YORK, By the brig Savannah Packet and other late arrivals, -Consisting of the following kinds: Ladies’ bid Slippers Do do Hull’s Slippers Do do Jean do Do black morocco do Do colored kid. do Ladies’^ and misses’ morocco laced Boots Bo do do leather do Do do do Slippers and Boots ALSO, Gentlemen’s elegant Razee Boots Do morocco Shoetees Do do Shoes Do do Pumps Do wax Shoetees and milled do Do do Shoes Do buff Shoetees Do seal skin Shoes Do morning Slippers ALSO, Whips and Brushes Lee’sLiquid Blacking, Trunks, &c. ij Abraham Stevens, atitr 17 +m 98 .'.. J'uian Just received, 2 trunks Baltimore Boots, of superior quality 1 do Bootees and Razees 2 do men’s fine Shoes and Pumps, 8tc. B- S. Kempton. uir 15—-—97 Factorage and Commission BUSINESS. 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, Cassimeres, second Broadcloths, Calicoes, cotton Bagging, fkc. and will Let his Stand, near the Market-square; the Stc.ye 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. .ti.-vfst 1 ex 91 Factorage and Commission. The subscriber having commenced in the above line of BUSINESS, offers his services to his friends and the oublic; Ids Counting-Room 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 its re ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE, dec 2—139 For sale 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 4tli September, 1772, granted James Lucena, dec. For terms apply to William Stephens, or at this office, where a plan may be seemthe 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 above. jmy 19—84 For sale An elegant dark bay HORSE, about fifteen hands high, has been accustomed .to drawing in a carriage and an swers extremely well for the saddle. Apply at thi Of fice. . au g H—?? The Life of General Jackson, much, was commenced by the late Major John Reid, is now progressing, and -will, shortlv be completed, by JOHN H. EATON, FOR THE BEXRP1 r r>Y THE llttlLDKEN 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 p. pers of the General, appertaining to the operation's in the South, its details may be better relied on for accuracy-than any other that can be pre sented to the. public. The History will commence with the early life of Gen eral .L cks.iv, and conclude with the operations of the British and An v ericun armies before New-Orleuns; and will comprise all the events of the war in which he had any agency. 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 g>4. (Xfp Subscriptions, to the above Work, received at the Office of the S/cT't.rnah Bepublican. aug 13—96 ♦ Notice. f-ttow-Cittzers—I am a Candidate for Clerk of the \Tnrket. at the ensuing election, and will gratefully ao hold me out. J.P.OATL3. august 17——98 Andrew Low 6c Co. Have received, by the ship Winnifred, from Liverpool, and other late arrivals, Turkey red Yarn Linens and cotton Shirtings Fancy figured mull Muslins, for dresses Fine and eoarse, low priced ieuo Muslins, suitable for puviliions Plain and figured Cambrics Calicoes and Ginghams, in great variety Counterpanes and Marseilles Quilts Handsome furniture Dinlitjes Common anu 6-4 cambric Dimities White and colored Marseilles Vesting Black and colored Bombazines and Silks Bombazetts, Jeans, York Stripes Pi. in and ribbed Stockinets Cotton Stockings, of all kinds Madras and Puliicat Handkerchiefs Apron Checks, brown Hollands Italian anil 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, on the most moderate terms. july 6—80 The subscribers Have removed from Gibbon’s building to their new brick store, fronting Johnston’s square, and have just receiv ed, per ship Woodbine, from New-York, 1 case assorted northern Homespun 1 do 4-4 fine Irish Linen 1 do 4-4 low priced do 20 pieces yellow Nankeen IX STORE, Superfine BroadcLths and Cassimere Humhums, Gingham, Calico, Dimity Paviltion Gauze, Irish and Russia Sheeting Black Canton Handkerchiefs, Marseilles Vesting White and striped Jean, Russia Diaper Ladies’and gentlemen’s black and white silk Hose Ladies’ and gentlemen’s white and colored cotton Hose Ladies’ kid and beaver Gloves, cotton Counterpanes Marseilles Quilts, steam loom Shirting Muslins, Cambrics, Lcnoes, black and colored Sarsnett Black Shinchews, Florentine Vesting Black Bombazine and llombazet Black and white Crape, brow n Linen Cotton Platillas, oil Cloths, Bedtick Cotton table Cloths and Knapkins Cotton Cassimere, Romal ami Madras Handkerchiefs, 8tc .ilso, 2 elegant Piano Fortes 1 Crib, 1 pair knife Cases, 1 rocking Chair 2 sets elegant fancy Chairs, together with a number of other Articles, too tedious to enumerate, all of which are offered for sale, for cash or approved town acceptances. Stebbins & Mason. aug 15 l 97 Duel, Gresbam Sc Co. Have now landing, from the ship Winnefred, f.iom Liver pool, A large supply of SUMMER GOODS. ALSO, 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 J\’ew-York, Two trunks Parasols, three baits Seersuckers, three bales Humhums 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 Chinelle 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 Brooks & Welman Have just received, from JYew-York and Philadelphia, and now landing, 6 chests superior Hyson Tea, Stagg’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 30 barrels and 30 half barrels fresh superfine Flour 7 hogsheads N. E. Rum 12 hhds 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 IN STORE, Hogsheads Jamaica Rum, pipes Brandy, Malaga and Teneriff Wine, in quarterxasks; New-Ori’eans and West India Sugar, Soap and Candles. aug 13—n—96 . Notice. The copartnership, heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the firm of J. Haniner & Co. was dis solved on thd 25th June last, by mutual consent. J. HANMER A.GAMAGE The subscriber is authorized to settle the concerns of the late firm of J. Hanmer & Co. and having purchased their stock will continue his former line of business. v J. Hanmer. august 8 —t—--94 Blank Manifests. For gale at this Office* Medical Science Lottery, NO. 2. Will draw on the 7th of October in the tity of New- York The prizes are, i of $30,000 is 1 20,000 1 10,000 1 5000 5 1000 40 700 12 500 20 200 30 100 70 50 100 20 2500 10 3000 7 9500 5 $30,000 20,000 10,000 5000 5000 28,000 6000 4000 3000 3500 2000 25,000 21,000 47,500 14,719 blanks } More P^ 69 ^ * >lankS " Tickets in the above Lottery for sale by the subscriber. JOSIAH PENFIELD. july 9—tet—81 —rr dfcfl&agging, See. 80 Cott 175 pieces Inverness cotton Bagging 300 reams wrapping Paper , kegs Dupont’s Gunpowder, warranted Buck and patent Shot, assorted sizes Prime Orleans Sugar, in barrels White Havana Sugar / Green Coffee, in bags Gunpowder Hyson and C Teas, of the latest importations Voung Hyson 3 Prime chewing Tobacco yards Tovvclolh, very cheap Landing, from brig Sally,from Philadelphia, casks English Phials, assorted sizes. For sale oft accommodating terms, by James H. Fraser, Market-square 2000 Wanted, 1000 lbs sarsaparilla Root aug 10- — jl— 95 John Tanner, BOLTON S RANBE, % (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 casli or approved paper at ninety days, iulv 3:, 90 The subscribers Have just received, and offer for sale, 53 casks trace Chains 41 boxes assorted window Glass 11 crates do Crockery ware 20 bags race Ginger. L. PETTY 8t CO. july 16* .... 84 M'Kinne’s wharf On hand, A quantity of excellent BACON, in casks, fit for ex portation. M kegs best Buncombe Butter, for family use 60 do do Lard 50 boxes assorted cotton Cards 3 tierces men’s common lined Shoes Cases assorted looking Glasses Bales Cloths Cotton Shirtings Cotton Cambrics, &c. &c. A. Erwin, Lethbridge & Co. july 30 90 Jones’ wharf For sale 200 pieces Cotton Bagging- 50 quarter casks Teneriff Wine 17 hog heads Molasses 10 casks Madeira Wine. July li 82 R. RICHARDSON. Just received, And now landingfrom JiTew-York, 37 hhds. prime selected New-Orleans Sugar, fit for re* tailing 40 do do retailing Molasses 4 pipes 4th proof genuine Cognac Brandy 10 chests Gunpowder and Ilysoa Tea 6 casks assorted Shot 2 pipes old Madeira Wine quarter casks L. P. Teneriffe and Malaga do barrels Pork and Beans LN STORE, old 4th proof Jamaica Rum, warranted pure, be ing imported direct Whiskey, N. E. Rum, Coffee arid 'iron Together with a large and general assortment of well chosen GROCERIES, in any quantity to suit purchasers, for sale by BROOKS U. WELMAN, Tune 4—66 ’ /{niton’s, wharf 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 Savannah, 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- ville. At the same time the Directors will elect a Cashier for • the Office at Augusta, with a salary of one thousand eight huridred dollars per annum, who will be required to give two or more sufficient securities, for the discharge of the duties required of him, in the sum of forty thou sand dollars. Also, a Cashier for the Office at Milledgeville, with ■ lary of one thousand dollars -per annum, who will be quired to give two or mote sufficient securities, for the discharge of 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 election, the per sons elected Cashiers to said Offices, will Be required to repair to the Bank at Savannah. Eleazer Early, iSavannah, 5th Augiist, 1816. Cashier N. B. The Editors of the Gazettes of this State are requested to publish the above notification until the daJ of election. [aug 6-93) The subscribers Have entered into partnership in the practice of LAW. Their Office is immediately over the Book Store of Mr. William T. Williams, on the Bay. - - • ■ — •- WILLIAM DAVIES, J* JOHN JJBYSIJAJja. J july