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SAVANNAH, (GA.) OCTOBER 29, 1816.
[Whole Number 2746,
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
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vrrRV TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
SIT DOLLARS PER ANNU.\f,
PAYABLE Tlf ADVANCE.
,. t t j, e ri te of Seventy-Fits Cents per
will l> e inscrtea a 1 , Thirty-Seven and a Half
-nr nil orders from the Country, unless the
J7:171 \ £>; / m Tows, or the party well known to
p„ymetit be secun
jl/ Letters to th<
Editor must he po6t-faii>.
The fine new shif> CLARKSON, captain YVil-
X- , on h..vins a part of hep cargp ready, will be
> 111 earliest ship off. For freight, a ply t>
fi n nurd us a regular packet J
The line American sliip JOHN & ED1VAR
, tv. s S W ebb, master, burthen 320 tons, built of
tLj/' . e rA, locust and cedar, copper fastened, and
i to the bends, will commence loading in
h _ (j ere(
71 1 v e v-Tliaving a considerable part of her Cargo en-
t '-ed v'Vl im*t with dispatch. For freight or passage
%„?. .. r .on.mi>dutions being- elegant 1 apply to captain
n b»'.rd, at M'Kinne’s wharf. oct 19—125
Steam-Boat for Augusta. *
Tlie repairs of the damage, which the steam
boat ENTERPRISE received frbhjf ’
Charleston, being nearly finished}
ready to resume the regular trade to Am
ten days, and will run steadily until
persons unacquainted with the'filets, beiiv
pression that the injury to the boiler vyalf
corrosion, pieces of it, cut froqLthe very pw**wnere it
burst, may be seen on hoard, or A the- ci.i'qufhgTooin of
Air._CH.iaLE* Howard, by which it^ilPtoj? (fSanjfes.t that
tiie iron is now, as sound r.nd substafluar aiFwhrti HJew.
The steam-boat will take loaded- boats frPui Sa.vahnali
to Augusta, either for a proportion - qf* the freight, V Ar for
a fixed sum: or, a few 6! -ires will behold in exchange for
equal value in good Augusta boatsV ijKlpply to
pet 96——N 138 - si rent.
CIdenned to sail on the 1st December J
The well know n coppered ship GEORGIA,
wjpT y ames Low, master. For freight or passage,
vitv elegant accommodations, apply to captain
Lull-, on board, at'Fraser’s wlwrf or to
James Dickson & lo.
The copper bottomed, fast sailing, packet ship
>\(JT< )R, of Philadelphia, Robinson, master,
expected to arrive at this port from Phila-
, eqjtiut I’d will meet with immediate dispatch, having
ore half of her cargo ready to go on board. For freight
d the remainder, to fill up, apnly to
1 n 5
t 1 r
The baruue A1 vBY, will sail the middle <vf
TjT ., cxt month/ For freight of two hundred hales
2MZ c oitorf apply to
oct 24—cm— 127
For Havre or Bordeaux
f.is freight may offerf
__ The brig TYBEE, N. Cobb, master, is In com-
'•Jlplete order and now ready to receive a cargo,—
-For freight or passage apply on board, or to
. Johnston's Wharf
T]ho have received by said brig, from Ncw-lork and fur
4 pipes Holland Gin
5 liluis 3d proofW. I. Rum
• 5 pipes 4 ii d i Cognac Krandy
7 doSici v Madeira Wine
20 quarter casks Colminar IV me
3 do do Malaga do
50 half boxc s Soap
5 cask bar Lead
23 do Shot, assorted
2 bales Twine
32 bags Coffee and
4j ,r-■’! bound w T < - r Casks
"Ine as imported
oct 2o 128
The schooner SARAH ANN, captain Lum-
. bard, having half her freight ready to go on
Aboard. For freight or passage, apply to the
captain on board or to
Olmstead 8f Battelle.
For New York
The ship ONEIDA, captain Hillard, will be
ready to take in on Monday next, and will meet
p.vl'hVuspatch. Forfreight or passage, having el
egant accommodations, apply to the master on board, or
to J. BATTtlLLE,
JVo 16, Commerce Row,
fffm b.7s tantUngfrom said ship
50 pieces Du dee cotton BAGGING, of very superior
50 buiidan H AY
' he fine, new and fast sailing schooner ME
CHANIC, Lewis, master, will meet with imme
diate dispatch For freight or passage apply to
the uiaslei- on bo.ax', or to "-ff
Charles W. Carpenter & Co.
PI” 15. ... U j '
For St. Alary’s.
The fast sailing sloop M ARY, to sail onWed-
yejVjA nesd.v next. For freight or passage, (hae ing
®S8&good accommodations,) apply to the master on
board, .,r to M. HERBERT h Co.
' C 26—128.,,
To either of the West India Islands,
A staunch Bahama Schooner, that can carry
, about 25u barrels, sails well and captain well ac-
iquainted among those Islands. For furtiier in-
foriciiion apply to SAMUEL G. BUNCH.
oft 26->-i2b ...
For freight or charter
f To any port in Europe J
: substantial britr TWO BROTHERS,
- —The substantial brig TWO BROTHERS, cap-
* , v tain burtlien 200 tons, double decked,
For terms apply to
JVb. 16, Commerce Roto,
Directly under Us former Counting Room
who has vow lavuixg, fhom scaoosw sasah asm,
'■* casks cut Nails, assorted sizes
-5 quarter casks L. P. Teneriff and Sicily Wine, nearly
equal to Madeira
7° tienujolais old L. ?. Madeira Wine
> ) i> boxes Bordeaux Claret, for sale low to close a cpn-
b’t'bcrc-ens, Garlandsesnuff Boxes, low priced Epaulets,
oct 24-127 • -
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t or sale, freight or charter,
The fast sailing brig ST. CRUZ PACKET,
214 tons burthen. Enquire of captain Olm-
siiSWS^stead, on board, or L. PETTY & CO.
r-c\ r > 123
The brig LANG DON CHF-YES, burthen about
^jpm7S\2'M tons, copper fastened and sheathed. A
stuuitch, fast sailing vessel, Well found in every
respect, and ready to receive a cargo on board. For
terni3, which are liberal, apply o
M. Herbert & Co.
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The fine fi.st sailing schooner RIFLEMAN,
built.chiefly of cedar, sails nearly new, well cai-
N4SfilSGculated for a pilot-boat or a small packet. For
further particulars enquire of tiie captain on board, lay
ing at Wilbumson A De Yiller’s wharf.
Bills on Boston or New-York,
At sixty days sight. For s„le by
Bi 1 Is on a ew-\ort
For sale by A. ERWIN, LETHBRIDGE St CO.
Bills on Now-York,
At sight. For sale bv WM. GASTON,
Drafts on N ew-York,
At sixly days’ sight, for curren’ money. Apply to
J. J. SC F. Blanchard.
Checks on-iN ew-1 ork,
At sight. For sale at lh# Insurance Oific‘\
august 22 100 ‘ sec'ru.
The Marine and Fire Insurance
Of the CL j rj ’Savannah,
Will insure Property in Boats, between Savannah and
Augusta, and at and from f idn r place to the other.
R. Wayne, secret dr if.
STEPHEN ELLIOTT’S BOTANY
Wih receive the First Number, by calling at the Bo in
store of W. T. WILLIAMS.
c-t 19- - 12.7
liSL 1 ClGaV g(1j
Per schooner Laura, from JVeiii- Torfc^
6 hogsheads N. E. RUM
7 barrels ALMONDS
William H. Joyner Co.
oct 26—l—128 Taylor’s wharf
,7ust received, f>er schooner JWrchanic, f o'n v Vtic- York,
Four elegant PIANO FORTKS.
Stebbins &l Mason.
oct 15 t 123
6,hhds St. Croix
20 hhds New-Orleans, of a superior qualitv
For sale bv WHITNEY 8c PAKKMAV.
1000 bushels Turks Island SALT. For sale by
M. Herbert ££ Co. ,
A few pieces of extra superfine blue and black CLOTHS.
For sale by LESLIE IHOMPSON.
oct 12— 122
100 bags Coffee R. RICHARDSON,
sept 3 105
On board sihooner jM‘Donough,
2 elegant Sofas i
SS pair Cossac Boots ,
13 Saddles and Bridles
5 dozen calfskins
2 hhds Pottery
4 pipes Brandy
10 hags Shot
1 trunk Boots oct 17—124
Sicily Madeira Wine.
* THE SUBSCRIBERS
Have received, on consignment, by the way of New- York,
30 pipes, halfpipes and quarter casks of this Wine;
which they offer for sale on accommodating terms.
They have also for sale,
Negro Cloths, in bales and lii clothing made up into
Jackets and Trowsers; and Rice and Cotton of the new
crop. CARNOCHAN h MITCHEL.
CHARLES TV CARPENTER & CO.
lime received, by the schooner Jilecltu/nc,
A part of their FALL and WINTER «GOODS, which
they differ for sale, consisting of Cloths, Cas-imcres.
Coating, Blankets, Flannels, Bornbazcts, Caiigu, Muslins,
•Also, have on hand and ~td/l he receiving
A geneiad assortment of SADDLERY, maimf ctm-e -1 in
.the best manner, ' oct 24-127
J. E. WHITE & CO.
Exn, jrivr iiiucx m-iuins,
JimVSTIJV S SP.rAHE)
Have received, by the ships Georgia and John id Edvard,
from Liverpool, ninety-seven additioiuU packages cf
Goods, among which are
French superfine Cloths, Cassimores
\ igonia Castiintres, London dnifil and superior rose
White Plains, superior, 5-4 wide
Blue, white and mixed Plains
Kerseys, tabic Covers
Scarlet C!'> As, great. Coats
Salisbury Flannels, pl.,in and printed
Ruttinets and iloinbazets, Vestings
Fashionable jilain and twil.ed ptlisse Cloths
Bombazines, hue black, and fancy colors
Carpets, Carpeting, Coating
Cossack and Champignon Shawls
Ginghams, Handkerchiefs, Shirtings
India Jaconets, cambric Dimity, Cambrics
Cotton Bagging am! O.'.nabunrs
or! J 7- t- 194
Have received, by the ship Georgia, from Liverpool,
A large and well selected supply of seasonable GOODS;
which, with their present stock, will render their assort
ment very complete, and which they will dispose of by the
piece or package, on reasonable and accommodating
terms. JAMES DICKSON & CO.
oct 10 —121
i. K. i
Have received by the John & E-lward from Liverpool,
and by die recent arm a is from New York
TWO HU >1 I. Lit A.vn FlrTY
11A R D TV ARE,’ CUTLERY,
JAPANNED and FANCY (-ODDS; winch they offer for
sale on v<Jrv accommodating terms. oct 24—l—127
.1. F. I)e Forme & Co.
Have removed from Gibbons’ buildings, to the corner
of Broughton ami Barnard streets, opposite to Mr. Isaac
Fell’s, where they continue t- keep a stock of fine DRY
GOODS and JEWELLERY for sale, a3 usual,
oct 24—x-—1 7
Galvin Baker & Co.
Acquaint their city and country friends, that tliev
arc receiving daily, per the constant arrivals at this
port, their fall and Winter supply of DRY GOODS,
which is large and extensive, in tiie various articles
requisite for tiie country trade; which they will dispose of
on credit, or for cotton, or cash, as may be most con-
• enient to their cu-t.-imccs. -> -115
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Administrators , 4 sales.
On Tuesday, 12th November next,
D ~dl.be sold at the late residence of Mir. Richard JMPrtU,
opposite to Peter Jilitchd, esq.
A single story House, Kitchen and other out Building*}
to be removed witlun seven days from da}’ of sale.
Sundry articles of Household and; Kitchen Furniture,
consisting of Bedsteads, Bedding, Tables, Ch*st Drawers,
Chairs, Ac. Ac; J- • >
A NEGRO FELLOW. Terms, cash.
Sold by order of the administrators.
Sale to commence at 11 o’clock
M. Herbert & Co. auct’rs.
sept 19 ■ — -112
By permission of the court of ordinary will be sold, to
the highest bidder, on THURSDAY, 31st instant, at It
o’clock, at Carnochan & Mitchei’s wharf,
The American schooner ANN, late captain
.f, / j«/Lowrier, ninety tons burthen and four years old*
.l/jiifeafcreniarkably well found and fit for sea.
»1nd, at same time and place, -will be sold
Sundry personal effects of the said captain Lowder.
An assortment of LUMBER, stowed on board said
vcsuei, calculated for the Havana market.
oct 22—126 .'I'/Vd
Hein r »W. iiiiis
(hvxtkr’s '.VIIaKj )
Hus now landing, from brig Janus,
Cognac Tirandv and Holland Gm, pure and of superior
quality,being ten year* old; door Malls. Colminar Wine
and Chocolate; all of which will be sold low and on long
credit, from the wharf. oc’ 24—m—127
Received by the latest arrivals from Mete-York
Superfine and common Cloths afld Cassimeres, liorv
skin Coating; white, red and yellow Flannel; rose, point
anridiiffil Blankets; white and assorted Plains, Brussels
and ingrained Carpeting, st.hr ditto; fire Rugs and bed
Carpets, Bombazines and Bombazets, Irish Linens and
Sheetings, linen Cambric and long Lawn, silk and cotton
Umbrellas, cotton Shirting, and Cambric, furniture and
common Dimity, furniture Fringe, corded Cambric and
Dimity, 3-4 and 6 4 cotton Ginghams, 4-4 silk ditto; plajft
and figured mull Muslins, jaconet ditto; toilinet and Mar
seilles Vesting, black Florentine ditto; cotton Bedtick
ing, Checks and Stripes, Russia Sheeting and brown Hol
A'so, an e’egant assortment
A*.ING WHICH A ill:
Levantine and Florence Silks; white and colored plain
and figured Sat.tin; thule Lace, white and bl.iek; ditto
ditto Grape; Merino Shawls, very rich; 3-4 to 8-4 Levan
tine ditto, sattin, damask and serge ditto; Bandana and
flag Handkerchief's, Florence ditto; white and crimson
Merino Cloth, green and scarlet Merino Robes, ditto
Trimming; Cashmere Bordering, plush ditto; elegant
thread, lace and worked muslin Caps, do do Colarets.
worked Bands, for do; worked Robes, Yarnitures, Cuff*
and Bosoms, for do; figured and plain Ribbons, No. 1£
to 12; Gauze do; velvet, sattin, Levantine and Florence
Ridicules, some elegant, with clasps; do do Purses; la
dies’and gentlemen’s embroidered and plain white and
black silk Host; do do Gloves, kid and beaver do; figur
ed and plain Gauze, sewing Silks, nun’s and French
Thread, Needles in cases, silk and Cbenelle Cords and
Tassels, Pelorines and lace Handkerchiefs, black aid
white lace Shawls, elegant thread and silk Laces apd
Edgings, dressing Cases and work Boxes, ornamented
Combs, gimp Trimmings, silk Bonnets, ostrich and down
Feathers, &c. he. which will be sold on accommodating
terms, bv « C. KELSEY-
Sturges 6C JiuiTOUghs
Offer for sule
30 hhds prime scale Sugars
22 do second quality no
1 do green Copperas
20 kegs cut N..ils
10 baits London duffil Blankets
2 do rose do
1 do point do
5 do while Plains
2 do Vo - net
If applied for toon,
small invoice French GOODS,consisting of Umbrel- A handsome two stoty DWELLING ROUSE, situated
K Wt Stockings, cambric Handkerchiefs, Cambric, Fans, at ttie upper end of Broughton street; two doors below
fiwc . «... ”s • 1-a. .. .fAri r__ .*■* .ft VI ^J-.TftRTnnP.
Barna M‘Kinne, esq.
Luwrchcc oC a iioir.psou
Have now landing, from the brig .St. Ct-oi.r J 1 ticket and
schooner AIDmough, from Philadelphia,
10 hogsheads /
10 tierces and > WHISKEY
20 barrels ^
5 pipes and J rTV
20 barrels 5 GIX
100 kegs Dupont’s Powder
140 boxes btat yellow Soap
1 :0 dozen Scives
50 half barrels Flour
2 tons Castings
2 do plough Moulds
, in sTons,
15 hhds N. E. Rum
10 hhds W. I. Rum
15 hhds prime Muscovado Sugar
10 qnaricr c:' J ks L. P. Tenerifl Wine oct 15-123
iUinis ,& Henry
Hare received, by recent arrivals,
A large supply of GOODS, which they offer for sale,
by the piece or package, consisting of
Cassimeres, Coatings, Flannels, Blankets; white ayid
blue Plains, superfine Cloths, pelisse ditto; Carpeting,
Bombazets, Velveteens, Hosiery, Gloves, Dimities, hair
Cords, Ginghams, Calicoes, Shawls, Balasore Handker
chiefs, long Cloths, Linens, Sheeting, Shirting, Vesting,
Ribbons, Bandanoes, Lawns, Cambrics, Threads, Car
peting, brown Holland, Ravens Duck, Grandurilloes.
A large assortment of CUTLERY
50 hogsheads prime Sugar
200 bags Coflee
50 crates well assorted Crockeiyware
200 nieces ovimeJnverness Bagging oct 15-ciu»T23
Sugar* Iron, Rum, bee.
60 bis prime Muscovado Sugar
10 tons Russia Iron
30 hhds N. E. Rum
10 pipes pure Holland Girt
1 half pipe > Superior Madeira WINE
3 quarter casks f
40 casks cut Nails, assorted
10 bags Pepper
3 bis Coffee
50 do Mackerel
10 do No. 1 Beef
10 do No. 2 do
12 boxes No. 10 cotton Card,
100 boxes Slate
Just received and for sale on accommodating terms by
Jolp fcathrop & Co.
oft 24 J ' flunffi-’t ypftrf
Just received, by the brig Olyuthus, from PhHndelpfd& t
> pair Suwarrow BOOTS, of Keaiting’s manufactory
25 pair Razee
From New- York, by the brig Thames,
An assortment of ladies’ and gentlemen’s SHOES,
SLIPPERS, he. For sale by
ort 8 120 Gibbotu/’ building
Negro Shoes, nc.
Just received from JYew- York, by the ship Ceres,
1500 pair superior quality negro Shoes
Slippers and Ties
A large assortment of men’s fine and second qua
lity SHOES, he. For sale by
oct 15—123 Gibbons' building
1500 pair of prime NEGRO SHOES,
For side, by E. S. KEMPTON.
Have now landing and for sale
THEY HAVE ALSO FOR SALE
Teneriff Wine, in quarter casks, and
Round bolt Iron, in bundles
i ■ ms*m
J ust received,
% the subscriber,
10 pines old Cognac Brandy
10 hhds Whiskey
1 hhd leaf Tobacco
30 bags green Coffee
35 bis do do
10 boxes negro Pipes
10 half bis mess Beef
15 kegs twist Tobacco, 8 to the pound
John B. Gaudry.
oct 36—m 128
Factorage and Commission.
The subscriber having commenced in the above line
of BUSINESS, offers his services to his friends nnd 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
ception and shipment. RICHARD WAYNE.
dec 2-139’ ' - f ’•* "