j. r FREDERICK S. FELL.]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) AUGUST S-l, 1816.
[Whole Number 2713.
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Cents for each, continuation. M
a ii orders from the Country, unless the
;5prra&w™.««. p«y wc.ik»owo .o
JIU Letters to the Editor must be post-paid.
For New-\ ork
The schooner MECH ANIC, Ebenezer Lewis,
.master, to sail on Sunday next. For freight or
_ > r ,.^e (having good accommodations) apply
The schooner BLAZING STAR, hourly ex
nected On board, for sale, 120 barrels prime
SL„- she will be despatched immediately. For
freight of passage, enquire on board, or to
Who have for sale,
100 kegs well assorted cut Nails
Linseed Oil, hi casks and barrels
3 hhds prime.bucco
25 bales Ttvine
Quarter kegs Powder
august 17 93
A few copies of Strictures on tlie
cultivation ofthe Sugar Cane, just received
at this office. au ^.‘£.1
and for sale
Checks on New-York,
At sight. For sale at the Insurance Office^
august 22- 100 'p c '
Bills on New-York
For sale. Apply to CALVIN BAKER 8c CO.
Niles 5 Register.
A few copies of this valuable and useful work remain
on hand. For sale, at this office.
uug' ist 1—91 ■
Just received from Baltimore, per schooner Blazing Star,
125 barrels fresh FLOUR. For sale by
Henry W. Hills.
Duel, Gresham & Co.
Have just received,
10 casks BAR LEAD.
2500 bushels Gourd Seed CORN
500 bushels OATS. „ . ,
Perry & Wright,
aug 15—l—97 .
20 casks CLARET, of a superior quality.
august 8 °4
Just,opening and tor sale,
At the subscriber’s Clothing store, on the Bay, next door to
MR. WILLIAM T. WILLIAM’S BOOK STORE,
100 elegant superfine Coats, various colors
150 pair superfine cloth, cassimere and stockinet Panta
50 silk Florentine Vests
100 fane) Vests
50 great Coats—all of which are made of the very best
materials and workmanship—cheap for cash or
approved credit at sixty days.
aug 22 100
Powder and Lead.
RAeived by the Mechanic,
Kegs bar Lead
Kegs Dupont’s Powder
Kegs best Virginia Tobacco
One case plaid Homespun
One do northern made Axes.
For sale by
B. & H. Lathrop.
200 barrels Philadelphia superfine F-OUR.
_july 27- 89
Dr. Le wis Herman Fuerth,
Lately from Hamburgh,
Will practice in the various branches of his profession.
Applications to be made at Mr. Thomas Jones’ boarding
house. aug 20—99
Offers hi3 services, to the public, in teaching MUSIC
** PAINTING; and also, in toning Piano Fortes and
“*dng Likenesses in Miniature.
Bis lodgings are at Mr. John Delmrgbe’s.
aug 22- ioo
A Book-Keeper wanted.
Apply to the Editor. aug 22—100
J!r<r Member3 of the Grand Lodge ; of Georgia, and
Per r» ertnt lodges under its jurisdiction, by their pro-
W T, u.n ntatJVes ’ ^ summoned to attend the Grand
• 1 “mmunicatioD, at the Exchange, on the first
^“”“7 in September next, at 7 o’clock v. m.
tel7 Qft P.P. Williams,
17 —$8 ~ Grand Secretary
A. B. FANNIN & CO.,
Have just received per ship Adonis, from New-York,
A general assortment of Dry Goods, adapted to the
present and approaching season, among which are
London superfine and 2d quality blue, black,brown, mixt,
bottle green and olive Broadcloths
London superfine and 2d quality blue, black, brown, mixt,
single and double milled Cassimere
Blue, black and mixt Stockingnetts
Black and olive Velvets
Toilnet imd Marseilles Vestings
Bombazets, assorted colors _
Black and colored Bombazines
Black and colored Sinchaws
Do do Sarsnets
Do do Levantines
Do do Florences
White do Satins
White, pink and yellow figured Silks
Black Canton Crapes
Black and white Italian Crapes
Black Barcelona Handkerchiefs
Merino Shawls _
5.4 6-4 and 7-4 black and white silk lace Shawls
Do do do do do do do Veils
Do do do do do do do Tipputs
5- 4 6-4 and 7-4 embroidered and plain Levantine suk
5.4 6-4 and 7-4 sattin damask Shawls
Thread and cotton Laces
Ladies’ and gentlemen’s black and white silk Hose
Do do do do do Gleves
Piain and figured satin and taffaty Ribbons
Black and colored Galoons —
Silk Cords and Braids * .
Silk bull Buttons % . * l
Sewing Silks, assorted colors ...
Silk Purses, elastic Garters
Silk Poplins r - .
•Fans 1 1 . ' | rij
Irisn Linens, long Lawns and linen Cambric
Irish and Russia Sheetings
4-4 and 6-4 cotton Cambrics
7-8 and 4-4 do Sliirting
Maddapollams -. j-r-M-
6- 4, 7-4, 8-4, 9-4,10-4 and 12-4 Damask linen Tablecloth s
Do cotton do
Cotton Cassimeres, York Stripes, white Jeans
Linen and cotton Checks
Plain and corded light striped Ginghams
Cajub. and common Dimities
Superfine and common Calicoes
Ladies’ and. gentlemen’s white cotton Hose
Do do do black do do
Do do do colored do do
Gentlemen’s mixed cotton Hose
Do unbieached cotton half Hose
Figured and plain jaconet Muslins >
Figured and do mull do
Lappet and book do
Figured and plain Lenoahs
Gentlemen’s fancy Cravats
4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 cotton Shawls
Ladies’ white cotton pocket Handkerchiefs
Children’s printed pocket Handkerchiefs
Cotton Threads, in hanks
Ad colored and Osnuburgs Threads
Quality and shoe Binding
Colored cotton Feritts
Madras and Romal Handkerchiefs
Ladies’ long and habit Gloves
Do do do kid Gloves
Gentlemen’s beaver Gloves
Do buckskin Gloves
Figured Rattinets 1
Pack Pins, Nos. 3, 4, 4 j and 5
Georgia and northern Homespuns
Shirt Buttons, Tapes, Bobbon, Needles, &c. &c. See-
The above articles are offered for sale, at their store,
(north side Johnson square) on very accommodating
terms, either at wholesale or retail. aug 20—99
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
Superfine Broadcloths and Cassimere
Hurnhums, Gingliam, Calico, Dimity
Pavillion Gauze, Irish and Russia Sheeting
Black Canton Handkerchiefs, Marseilles Vesting
White and striped Jean, If sia Diaper
Ladies’ and gentlemen’s ! , and white silk Hose
Ladies’ and gentlemen’s v. . _j and colored cotton Hose
Ladies’ kid and beaver Gloves, cotton Counterpanes
Marseilles Quilts, steam loom Shirting
Muslins, Cambrics, Lenoes, black and colored Sarsnett
Black Shinchews, Florentine Vesting
Black Bombazine and Bombazet
Black and white Crape, brown Linen
Cotton Platillas, oil Cloths, Bedtick
Cotton table Cloths and Knapkins
Cotton Cassimere, Romal and Madras Handkerchiefs, 8cc.
2 elegant Piano Fortes
1 Crib, 1 paii- 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
Stebbins & Mason.
aug 15 l 97
(In the room formerly occupied by Jonathan . Battelk)
Has received by the shift . Idonis,
A large and elegant assortment of English, French and
India GOODS; wliich he oilers, at reduced prices, for
cash or approved paper at ninety days,
julv 30 9o ,
Have now landiiig Jrom brig Pocahontas, from New-York;
100 barrels Menhaden
3d do Mackerel
10 pieces bed Ticking
lU do Priest Cioihs
, IN STOHE
Writing, letter, printing, wrapping and sheathing Paper
Ship Bread and Cordial
Barrels glauber Saits
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.
And now landing from New-York,
37 hhds. prime selected Ncw-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. Teneriffe and- Malaga do
barrels Pork and Beans
-» -* IN STORE,
1 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 & WEI.MAN,
june 4—66 Bolton’s wharf
The Life of General Jackson
Which was commenced by the late Major John Reid, is
now progressing, and will shortly be completed, by
JOHN H. EATON,
EOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CHICKEN 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 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 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 agency. ^ » ,
The Work will contain about four hundred pages oc
tavo, accompanied by an engraved likeness of th# Gener
al, and drawings of the different battles.—Price Jg4.
faSubscriptions, to the above Work, received at the
Office of the Savannah Republican. aug 13-96
A quantity of excellent BACON, in casks, fit for €X«
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, See. See.
A. Erwin, Lethbridge & Co.
julv 30 90 Jones’ wharf
200 pieces Cotton
50 quarter casks TeneriffWine
17 hog-heads Molasses
lu casks Madeira Wine.
julv 11 82
R. RICHARDSON. ]
Razee Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
JUST RECEIVED, FROM NEW-YORK,
By the ship Woodbine and brig Savannah Packet,
Ladies’ colored and black morocco Slippers
do do Grecian Tie*
do do Pumps
do do walking Shoes t
do undressed morocco Slips
do kid Slips
morocco Boots, Slippers and Ties
Men’s Razee Boots -
Do morocco Jefferson Shoes and Pumps
Do wax calf’s skin Jcffersons
Do morocco Pumps
Do fine Shoes
Do bufr 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.
2 trunks Baltimore Boots, of superior quality
1 do Bootees and Razees
2 do men’s fine Shoes and Pumps, &c.
E. S .Kerapton.
A good saddle HORSE,
august 20 >l 99
Apply to the printer.
One thousand acres salt (now fresh^rmarsh, 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 William Stephens, or at this office,
when 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 above. july 16—84
Blank Manifests. ~~~~
For gale at this Office?
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 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, ' /
Factorage and 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 7 offers for sale, his Stock in
Trade, on good terms, consisting of excellent Blankets,
of different sizes; colored Negro Clothes, Cassimeres,
second Broadcloths, Caliooes, cotton Bagging, Sec. and
will Let his 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,
august 1 ex——91
Cotton Lands, on St. Simons.
To be rented, for one or two years, a tract of Land,
about the middle of said Island, containing 719 acres,
whereof between 2 and 300 are cleared and under fence;
150 acres have rested for several years and are in prime
order for planting.
Also, the tract adjoining, called the Village, on which
there are a dwelling house, containing six rooms, with
fire places, and two garret rooms; a barn of three stories
height, cotton house, &c. a good garden, orchard and
extensive pasture. As there are no buildings on the first
mentioned tract, it having been always held as an appen
dage to the other, they must both be occupied by one
person, and as the lands of the Village will only be rent
ed as a pasture, the rent required for them and the build
ings will be small.
Immediate possession will be given of the first tract,
and on the 1st of January of the other.
Apply in Charleston, to Mr. Spears; in Savannah, to
Colonel Johnston; or near Darien, to George Bailli*.
Those lands would suit any person intending to make
a settlement on the Alatamaimtlde lands,
Have just received, and offer for tale,
53 casks trace Chains
41 boxes assorted window Glass
11 crates do Crockery ware
20 bags race Ginger. L. PETTY 8c CO.
July 16———84 M'Kinne’s wharf
Andrew Low & 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 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
Buck and colored Bombazines and Silk?
Bombazetts. Jeans, York Stripes
Plain and ribbed Stockinets
Cotton Stockings, of all kinds " J
Madras and Pullicat Handkerchiefs
Aproii Checks, brown Hollands
Italian and Canton Crapes
Whitechapel Needles and fresh ounce Threads
Superior cotton Umbrellas
London paper and pound Pins
Cutlery, assorted^ in small casks
Osnaburgs, Rdsaia Sheetings, long Lawns; and, a variety
or other GOODS, all of which will be sold, either
wholesale or at retail, on the most moderate
teruos. julv 6—80
Duel, Gresham & Oo.
Have now landing,from the ship Wittnefred, fuom Liver.
A large supply ^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
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 ffippets; 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
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-
At the same time the Directors will elect a Cashier for
the Office at Augusta, with a salary of one thousand eight
hundred 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
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 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.
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.(ailg 6-93]
Wharf and Stores.
To rent, that extensive Wharf and commodious Stores,
at present occupied by Mr. Barna M c Kinne, of which
lossession may be had 1
For terms apply to
july 9 81
on the first of November next.—
R. & J. HABERSHAM.
To.the Printing Burines, two APPRENTICES. Ap«
ly at this Office. june 23pr»»77