]}Y FREDERICK S.
SAVANNAH, (HA.) SEPTEMBER 40, 1816.
[Whole Number 2719.
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A Vessel, of about 2uO tons burthen, to load
with pine lumber, at Sapelo, for New-York.—
fei^^Kor particulars enquire of
of this valuable and useful work remain
A few copies
on baud. For sale, at this office.
liilis on N ew- \ ork -
For sale. Apply to CALVIN BAKER & CO.
Bills ot Exchange
On New York, for sale by.
A. Erwin, Lethbridge & Co.
1 Checks on New-York,
r sale at the Insurance Office.
The Life of General Jackson,
Sfhich was commenced by the late Major John Reid, is
noio progressimr, and -will shortly be completed, by
JOHN H. EATON,
TOR THE BENEFIT OP THE CHILDREN OP THE DECEASED.
This Work is already ia a state of considerable for
wardness, and will be finished during the ensuing fail.,.
From the qualifications of the author, and his being’ in
possession of ail 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
Bqifish and American armies before New-Orleans; and
will comprise all the events of the war in which he had
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 54.
Subscriptions, to the above Work, received at the
Office of the Scivc.nndh Republican. aug 13—96
Dr. Lewis Herman Fuerth,
Lately from Hamburgh,
Wil’l practice in the various branches of his profession.
•Applications to 'be' made at Mr. Ti*u- v -as Jones’ boaruing
ho'itSc. AUf -
A quantity of excellent BACON, in casks, fit for ex
14 kegs best Buncombe Butter, for family use
60 do Lard
50 boxes assorted cotton Cards
3 tierces men’s common lined Shoes
Cases assorted looking Glasses
Qotton Cambrics, &c. &c.
A. Erwin, Lethbridge & Co.
uly 30— 90 » Jones' U’har
Bills on England.
For sale by KOBER1 MACKAY.
aug 24 -101 ^
100 bags Coffee
r or sale,
2000 bushels Liverpool Salt
2,X) pieces In verness Bagging
5 bales white Plains
1200 bars Englisn fiat Iron, 1£ a 21 inches
4U0 do do square Iron, 5-8 a 1£ do
lOu crates Crockery
A few chaldron Coals
sept 5 ——t. —1
I he subscribers
Have just' received, and offer for sale,
53 casks trace Chau is
41 boxes assorted window Glass
11 crates do Cvtockerywure
20 bags race Ginger.
L. PETTY U CO.
Just opening and ior sale,
At the subscriber's Clothing store, on the Ray, next door to
jfH. WILLI AM T. WIXIaIAM’ 8 BOOK STORE,
100 elegant superfine Coats, various colors
150 pair superfine cloth, cassimere and stockinet Panta
50 silk Florentine Vests
100 fanc\ Vests , „ .
50 greatcoats—all of which are made of the very best
materials and workmanship—cheap for cash or
approved credit at sixty days.
autr 2— 100
Li. Petty & Co.
Have just received ami off er for sale,
5000 bushels Salt ...
2u casks assorted cut Nails
3 casks Shses
41 boxes cottqn Cards
2 double barrel Fowling-Pieces
1 case Brocade Parasols
1 case black silk Handkerchiefs aug 27-102
The Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee Idiver, at which
Joseph Hill lately resoled—it is a substantial well built
bridge, comprised chiefly of cypress; it has stood the
creshets, and appears to’be in all respects a good and
fompiete piece of work. For terms apply to
r JOHN BOLTON or j ex’or s.
JEREMIAH CUTLER. £ J. Hill.
Offer for sale on accommodating terms,
20 pipes superior Cognac Brandy
15 hi ids Muscovado Sugar
10 do Coperas
30 boxes Soap
40 kegs White-Lead
50 casks brown Stout
30 quarter casks Colmenar and Madeira Wine
100 bags Coffee
25 crates assorted Crockery
5 casks Olaret MINIS 8c HENRY,
sep 3 b 105
Have just received,
10O bones first quality SOAP
ALSO, ON HAND,
15 hhds Philadelphia rye Whiskey
10 do prime retailing Molasses
1000 bushels Turk’s Island Salt. All of which they of
fer for sale, low for cash.
Cormick & Dousset.
qprt 5 If‘6
Have just received, the following art.cles, which wjU be
sold on accommodating terms, for ca li or approved
paper, at sixty or ninety days, viz:—
50 til ids prime New-Orleans Sugars
100 hags do green Coffee
40 quarter chests hyson Tea, latest importation
40 ions assorted Iron
2 ditto ditto Shot
10 ditto Pot-Metal
20 hhds Molasses
10 do Philadelphia Whiskey
10 do W. I Rum
30 kegs TiiAiHtfiidtured Tobacco
50 bis fresh up-ebuntfy Flour
50 kegs assorted cut Nails
75 crates • do ’ - .Crockeryware
Copperas, in barrels
80 pieces prime cotton Bagging
50 coils white Rope
10 bales Plains. Sl'ANTON & BYRD,
sept 5 f -U6 *
Landing from brig 'Ey bee, ship Siletius, and schooner
15 hhds old Jamaica Ruth
5 pipes pure Holland Gin
2 do do Cognac Brandy
10 tierces northern Whiskey
1; quarter casks Malaga M ine
10 do do Colmenar ,
10 half do do
13 hhds green Coffee
20 his northern Gin
4 chests hyson Tea
20 quarter chests do
10 half chests hyson Skin
10 quarter do young hyson do
5 lihds Molasses
10 bags Pepper
10 do Ginger
10 do Pimento
100 quarter boxes Spanish Cigars
25 kegs manufactured Tobacco, 8 to the pound
12 bis loaf Sugar .
10 boxes Chocolate
10 do Sweet Oil, one dozen each
2 tons Shot, assorted
1 ton buck Shot
2 tons bar Lead
25 kegs Dupont’s Powder
lUO reams writing and letter Paper
Raisins, Soap, Stc.
For sale on good terms, for cash or approved paper.
Lawrence & Thompson.
sept 3 l 105
A Book-Keeper wanted.
Apply to the Editor. • aug 22—100
\V barf and Stores.
To rent, that extensive Wharf and commodious Stores,
at present occupied by Mr. Barna M’Kmne, of which
possession may be - had on the first of Nov ember next.
For terms apply to
july 9 81
R. &. J. HABERSHAM.
From the first October next, all that valuable wharf
and stores situated thereon, near the Exchange, common
ly called Morel’s wharf. Apply to doctor Miller, Brough
ton street, or to T. N. Morel, esq.
august 13 ~:96
A HOUSE in Carpenter’s Row, at the lower end of
Broughton street, containing four rooms with a fire place
in each room, with the necessary out buildings. Enquire
of James Morrison. sept 5 —m 1 j6
To hire, eight or ten prime black FELLOWS, fbr
Such liberal wages will be given, and paid monthly until
the first day of Jahuarv. Enquire of the printer.
sept 3 fx 105
For sale at this Office.
And note landing from New- York,
37 hhds. 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. Teneriffe and Malaga do
barrels Pork and Beans
old 4th proof Jamaica Rum, warranted pure, be
ing imported direct
Whiskey, N. Ei Rum, Coffee andiron
Together with a large and general assortment of well
chosen GROCERIES, in any quantity to suit purchasers,
for sale by BROOKS & WELMAN,
june 4—66 Bolton’s -wharf
Razee Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
JVtrr Deceived, from nevv-yodk,
By the ship Woodbine and brig Savannah Packet,
Ladies’ colored and black morocco Slippers
do Grecian Ties
do walking Shoes
undressed morocco Slips
MisseS’ morocco Boots, Slippers and Ties
Men’s Razee Roots
Do morocto Jefferson Shoes and Pumps
I)o wax calf’s skin Jeffcrsous
Do morocco Pumps
Do fine Shoes
I)o buff' Slippers
Youth’s Shoes and Pumps and children’s Buskins
The above articles are seiectc <i by the subscriber him
self, and are of a superior quality.
aug 15 -——97 Clibbo- a aiding
To Watcb Makers.
S. I. Turias& Co. (New-York,) of the firm of M. I.
Tobi as Sc Co. wholesale Patent Lever Watch Manufac
turers, Liverpool; beg leave to inform the trade that
they have Sttajnished a house in this city, where they
mi.y be supplied with GoCl and Silver Patent Lever and
Vtrticle WATCHES, and ail kinds of Watch Materials
Orders forwarded to New-York will be immediately
•A r /vv-fork, 2ifh (Tux.—*r \—-ffiff
Factorage and Commission.
The subscriber having commenced in the above line
of BUSINESS, oilers 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 storag’e and every attention given to its re
ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The firm of Samuel &. Isaac Russel is this day dissolv
ed, by mutual consent. AU persons havi g demands
against said firm, are requested to present them for pay,
meat to Samuel Russel, who is fully authorized to settle
the affairs of the concern. S AMUEL RUSSEL.
i Has on hand,
A large and elegant assortment of DRY GOODS, which
he will sell a bargain, on a liberal credit.
sept 7 ■ cn 107
The PLANTATION called Vebnezobre, settled by
colonel Daniel Heyward, dec, situate on the east eide of
the Savannah baCk-river, twelve tniles from the city, and
Contiguous to 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 on the river, which, by clearing, wrslid
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 barn,
with a number of negro-houses and other buildings.—
Possession of the place will be given at ahy time. For
terms, which will be made easy to an approved pur
chases, apply to the owner, at Callawassie Island, St.
Luke’s Parish, South-Carolina, or to the undersigned
factors in- Savannah. WILLIAMSON &D£ YQUfig.
: may 25——4——62 *
Valuable Lands for sale.
Four hundred and fifty acres, prime tide swamp, on
the Savannah Back River, s-tuated about ten miles above
the city, well adapted to the culture of rice or the sugar
canepip wards of onehundred acres now under dam, and
cultivated by James Ancram, esq.
Also, a tract, containing upwards of three'hundred
acres, adjacent to the above tract—this tract will be
-worthy the attention of the owner of the river swamp,
having some convenient buildings on it; it also contains
a good proportion of high pine land, and the balance is
well adapted to the culture of cotton and provisions—
also, a swamp, abounding with cypress and other, valua
Also, a tract, containing five hundred acres, situated
on Savannah River, a few miles above Purvsburgh, known
by the name of Bear Bluff—this tract is very valuable, as
it abounds with white oak and other timber, suitable for
the Savannah market.
Also, two tracts of pine Land, in the vicinity ofPurys-
burgh, well timbered.
The whole of the property will be sold on easy and
moderate terms. Apply to John B. Barnwell, in Beaufort;
to John NoUiton, on the Okaties; or in Savannah, to
sept 7 107
To be sold, at public auction, in front nf the court
house, m the city of Savannah, on the first Tuesday in
January next, one thousand acres of prime land, situate
on the spuih branch of Turtle river, Glynn county—the
joint property of the Union Society, Chatham Academy
and the Savannah Poor-House and -Hospital Society,
which- tract of land was originally granted to the Bethes-
dae College. Any person who feels disposed to embark
largely in the cultivation of cotton, corn or sugar-cane,
wbulclfind'iliis-a most eligible situation. The grants can
be seen by applying at the office of Lloyd & Morrison,
in the Exchange. Terms of sale—one half pash, tlie ba
lance in one year, with interest from .the date of pur-
chase^sectired by bend atod mortgage, on the premises.
MOSES SH*#TALL,1 *resident U. S. —- .
R. W. HABEKSHAM, Treasurer. C. A.
J. MORRISON, Com. Sav. P. H. and H. S.
Andrew Low & Co.
Have received, by the skip Winmfred, from Liverpool, mi
j other late arrivals,
Turkey red Yarn
Linens andcottpn Shirtings ,
Fancy figured mull Muslins, for dresses
Fine and coarse, low priced leno Muslins, suitable fot
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 Si&i
Bombazetts, J cans, York. Stripes
Plain and ribbed Stockinets
Cotton Stockings, of all kinds
Madras and Puiiicat Handkerchiefs
Apron 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, Russia Sheetings, long Lawns; and, a variety
of tether GOODS, all of which will be sold, either
wholesale or at retail, on the most-moderate
t-rms. July 6- - 80
BOLTON S SENSE,
(In the room formerly occupied by Jonathan BatteUe)
Has received by the ship Atlonis,
A large and eleg ant assortment of English, French an<)
India GOODS; which he otters, at reduced prices, for
casli or approved paper at ninety days,
july 30 90
- ’ - — -- ■ — ■ —i
Duel, Gresham & Co.
Have now landing,from the ship Winnefred, faom 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
Aiid via JVew-York,
Two trunks Parasols, three bales Seersuckers, three
1000 pieces long yellow Nankeens, one case chip Hats;
wliite, 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 ana patterns
Thread Laces and Edgings
One case Chineile 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
Have new landing from brig Pocahontas, from JYcw- Yorlc\
100 barrels Menhaden
30 do Mackerel
10 pieces bed Ticking
10 do Priest Cloths
Writing, letter, printing, wrapping and sheathing Pape?
Ship Bread and Cordial
Barrels gluuber Salts
Hatchets, Hammers, Axes and hollow Ware
Cut Nails, Trunks
Bed Cords, Twine, ravens’ Duck
No. 1 to 6 Shot
Boxes cotton and wool Card3
Currants, in barrels .
1 case null Saws
6 casks northern Shoes
** Olmstead & Battelle.
On the first Tuesday in October next,
Will be sold at the store lately occupied by C. & J. DuntJ,
at 11 o’clock,
A general assortment of Druggs and Medicines, and
sundry articles of household Furniture—levied on as the
property of Charles C. Dunn to satisfy an execution ht
the suit of Robert Lindley Murray.
aug 31 104 _ Marshal
On the first Tuesday in October next,
Will be sold at the Market House, in St. Mary’s, between
the hours of 10 and 3 o’clock,
All that tract of Land, in Camden county, adjoining
the town of Jefferson, containing two hundred and fifty
acres, more or less—Also, Lot No. 45 and improvements;
and Lots, 25,.56, 61 and 76, and half Lot No. 49, in the
town of Jefferson—levied on as the property of Silva-
nus Church to satisfy an execution at the suit of James
Wilson. WILLIAM F. KELLY,
aug 31 104 Deputy Marshal
One thousand acres salt (now fresh) marsh, in Wil->
mington fiver, jdining lands of John Simpson, now con*
fiscated, and lands of J. MfQueen. esq. originally on the
4th September, 1772, granted James Lucena, dec. Fof
terms apply to William Stephens, or at this office,
whew 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 l6—84
Savannah Poor House and Hospital.
Pop September and October,
James Moaaisox and Moses Cleland.
july 30^90 /
The Wharf, lately occupied by Caig & Mitchel, con
taining 200 feet front on Savannah River; bounded West,
wardly by Carnochan & Mitchel, and eastwardly by An
Also, the Wharf Lot, .adjoining the Ferry, at Fort
Wayne, containing 150 feet on. the river and near 500
feet baclt, from the 9ame; bounded eastwardly by the
fence at Fort Wayne. On this lot, is the House, with
two piazas, at die east end of the Bay. For terms,
please apply to PETER MITCHEL.
aug24. ■ .. 101
A House and Lot, 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 for the payment. Per
sons disposed to purchase will apply to either of the
subscribers. BEN, SHEFTALL,
M. SHEFTALL, sen.
aoril 6 . ■■■ -41 ■ ■
~*L. < Z lank Indentures* — ^
For sale at this Dffice.