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SAVANNAH, (GA.) OCTOBER Si, 1816.
TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR.
[Whole Number 2741.
EVER y TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
JT SJX DOLLARS PER ajwum,
fitibu is advanc*.
. •„__f-.fi at the rate of Seventt-Fivx Cents per
Ihf frxt time, and Thirti-SevEn Asm a Half
Cests for each continuation.
. cc l mo:*nv all orders from the Cothttut, unless the
he Paired in Town, or the party well known to
at Lt rrKRS to the Editor must be fost-paid.
The fine new ship CLARKSON, captain Wil
son, having a part of her cargo ready, will be
tthc earliest ship off. For freight, applyrto
(Iiu-mdcd as a regular packet}
The fine American ship JOHN Sc EDWARD,
oe. g g. tVebb, master, burthen 320 tons, built of
&ii-, e «Jt, locust and cedar, copper fastened, and
newiv coppered to the bends, will commence loading in
a feu’ihvs; liming a considerable part of her cargo en-
evred viiii meet with dispatch. For freight or passage
fher accommodations being elegant) apply to captain
tVEBD. on board, wharf
at M‘Kin lie’s wharf. - oct 19—125
The ship REBECCA, captain Nimmo,265 tons
burthen, will commence loading on Monday
? a vt, and will be dispatched immediately. For
to .. R. RICH VRDSON.
CIntevued to sail on the 1*< Decemberf)
The well known coppered ship GEORGIA,
James Low, master. For freight or passage,
^having elegant accommodations, apply to captain
Low, on board, at Fraser’s wharf, or to
James Dickson &. Co.
oct 1?—125 '
.. The copper bottomed, fast sailing, packet siiip
Jy I\FAt'i (tIt, of Phiiadeiphia, Robinson, master,
fe^fedai-y expected to arrive at this port from Plula-
tiphia, and ai,l meet with immediate dispatch, haying
Jtebdlf of her cargo ready to go on board. For freight
la tin remainder. to fill up, apply to
* ort 10- 125
will sail the middle of
nt\i month. For freight of two hundred bales
cotton apply to JAMES JOHNSTON.
r—C.« —127’ _____
For Havre or Bordeaux
(As freight may offer J
_ The brig TYREE, N. Cobb, master, is in com-
JlXnlete order and now ready to receive a cargo.—
feiiiiFor freight or passage apply on board, or to
Who have received by said brig, from New-York and for
4 pipes Holland Gin
5 hhds 3d proof W. 1. Rum
S npes 4;h do Cognac Hrandy l warranted genu-
7 do Sicily Madeira Wipe f me as imported
20 quarter casks Colminirr Wine
3 do do Malaga do
it) half boxes Soap
5 cask bar Lead
23 do Shot, assorted
I bales T .vine
32 bags Coffee aiitl^
Ki ir. - u and w f er Casks
The brig HOLLON will sail with all possible
iyli.-patch. For freight or passage apply to the
uaaicr on board at Moor’s wharf, or to
A. Fox & Co.
The schooner SARAH ANN, captain Lum-
bard, having half her freight ready to go on
board. For freight or passage, apply to the
tJjiUaa on Luu.'d or to "5
Steam-Boat for Augusta.
The repairs of the datqage, which the steam
boat ENTERPRISE received from lightning in
Charleston, being nearly finished, she will be.
reaty to resume the regular trade to Augusta, in about
ten days, and will run steadily until next sdmmer. Some
perso ns unacquainted with the facts, being under an im
pression that the injury to the boiler was occasioned by
corrosion, pieces of it, cut from the very part where it
burst, may be seen on board, or at the counting room of
Mr. Charles Howard, by which it will be manifest that
the iron is now, as sound and substantial as when new.
T steam-boai will take loaded boats from Savannah
* “Augusta, either for a proportion of the freight, or for
a fixed sum: or, a few shaves will be solS in exchange for
an equal value in good Augusta boats. Apply to
° rV 2(>" - >f—" 1?8 ,/fpr.»3>f.
For Char lesion
The packet sloop VOLANT, M’Lean, master,
vill sail on Sunday next. For freight or pas
sage apply on board, or to
Olmstead & Battelle.
90 - i or)
The packet sloop VICTOR, Bradley, master,
^will sail on Sunday next. Eor freight or pas
sage apply on board, at Bolton’s wharf', or to
For St. Mary’s.
The fast sailing slocp MARY, to sail on Wed
nesday next. For freight or passage, (having
igood accommodations,) apply to the master on
board, or to M. HERBERT & Co.
pc» ?6- 199
For freight or charter
To any port in, Europe,
The superior and fast railing ship VIRGINIA,
280 tons burthen, Jonathan Hillman, master.
For terms apply to the faster on board, at
Fraser’s wharf,or to HA'iEN KIMBALL,
oct 29—e—129 •
For freight or charter
C'l'o any port in Europe )
The substantial brig TWO BROTHERS, cap
tain Lapham, burthen 200 tons, dourfe decked,
heurly expected. For terms apply to
.A*9. 16, Commerce /<va>,
Directly under his former Counting Room
WHO HAS HOW UWI?, FROM SCHOONER SARAH ASJ, ,
75 casks cut Nails, assorted sizes
t In store
25 quarter casks L. P. Teneriff and Sicily Wine, nearly
equal to Madeira
28 demijohns old L. P. Madeira Wine
35 boxes Bordeaux Claret, for sale low to close a con
A small invoice French GOODS, consisting of Umbrel
las, half Stockings, cambric Handkerchiefs, Cambric, Fans,
fire Screens, Garlands, snuff Boxes, low priced Epaulets,
Eds landing, from brig Janus, lend offers for side, at reduc
ed prices and long credit,
TWENTY PACKAGES DRY GOODS,
Cassimeres, Cloths, Cahnucks, Coatings, Flannel*,
Blankets, Prints, Dimity, Ginghams, Madias and
Bandana Handkerchiefs, buff Shawls, &c.
10 quarter casks Port Wine, old and of suqerior quality
8 hhds prime Jamaica Coffee
10 tons waggontire and axe bar Iron
2 tons share. Moulds oct 29—x—129
I. &. fed‘t St Co.
Hare received by the John & Edward from Liverpool,
and by the recent arrivals from New York
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY
JAPANNED and FANCY GOODS; which they offer for
sale on very accommodating terms. oct 24—i.—127
P. XL & T. Crapon
.Offer for sale
The following GOODS, received per ship Oneida, from
New-York, atVi.olesale or retail,
Rose Blankets, London Duffils/drish Sheetings, Platil-
las, Sheetings, cotton Shirtings, Flushings, Bandana
Handkerchiefs, Bombazets, assorted; Calicoes, cambric
Prints, cotton Hose, furniture Calico, colored Cambrics,
book Muslins, muslin Cravats, lac.
Fresh hyson Tea, in small boxes; loaf Sugar
Race Ginger, ground do; Pimento
50 piece prime cotton Bagging
2 libels prime Tobacco
5 do N. E. Rum oct 29-o-129
R. & J. Habersham
Have received, onyconsignmenf, and for sale,
5 bales white Plains
3 ditto Blankets
1 case Linen
8 bags green Coffee
12 boxes Tin
Sheet Lead, and
Patent Dees oct 29-L-129
The fine fast sailing schooner RIFLEMAN,
built chiefly of cedar, sails nearly new, well cal
culated for a pilot-boat or a small packet. For
further particulars enquire of the captain on board, lay
ing at Williani3on L De Viller’s wharf.
Rills on Boston or New-York,
At sixty days sight. For sale by
For sale by
Bills on New-YorK
A. ERWIN, LETHBKiDGE A CO.
Bills on New-York,
At sight. For sale by
Drafts on New-York,
At sixty days’ sight, for current money. Apply to
J. j. F. Blanchard.
Checks on New-York,
At sight, For sale at the Insurance Office.
august $2—a—100 sec^ry.
For Nev-f York
The ship captain Hillard, will be
j'j io , mke in on Monday next, and will meet
.'«i dispatch. For freight or passage, having el-
|. MXoniiuouauoim, apply to the master on bo-rd, or
j J. BATTELLE,
JYo 16, Commei'cc Rotv,
„ Who has landingfrom said ship
® pieces Dundee cotton BAGGING, of very superior
W bundles HAY oct 24—127
The fine fast ‘-ailing schooner LAURA, R. Fos-
ciick, master. For freight or passage apply to
Uit captain on board, at Telfair’s wharf, or to
William H. Joyner & Co.
"ft 29 M q29 Taylor's wharf
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1000 bushels Turks Island S A LT. For sale by
M. Herbert Co.
firt 19—125 ■ • • ■ - ■ • •
Aiiiiis 6c Henry
Have 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 and
bine Plains, superfine Cloths, pelisse dilio; Carpeting,
•Hoinbazets, Velveteens, Hosiery, Gioves, Dimities, hair
Cords, Ginghams, Calicoes, Shawls, Balasore Handker
chiefs, long Cloths, Linens, Sheeting, Shirting, Vesting,
Riibons, Biuidanoes, Lawns, Cambrics, Threads, Car-
pctiie, brown Holland, Ravens D ick, Grandarilloes.
A Urge assortment of CUTLERY
50 hogsheads prime Sugar
200 bags Cvffee
50 crates w-li assorted Crockery.vare
200 pieces orn,,. Inverness Bagging oct 15—tm—123
Su^ar, Iron, Rum, Nc.
60 bis prime Mmr.ovado Sugar
10 tons Russia Iroi
20 bhus N. E. Rum
10 pipes pure Iloilant. Gin
1 W e . , ,
1 half pipe k Supelor Madeira WINE
3 quarter casks y
40 casks cut Nails, ssserted
10 bags Pepper
3 bis Coffee
50 do Mackerel
10 do No. X Beef
10 do No. 2 do
12 boxes No. 10 cotton Card*
100 boxes Slate
Just received and for stile on accommodating terms by
John L&thro) & Co.
net 24—b—12T it utter’s wharf
Sicily Madeira Wine.
Have received, on consignment, by the -way o£_Vev. York,
30 pipes, half pipes and quarter casks of this Wi,ie ;
which they off er for sale on accommodating terms.
They have also for sale,
Negro Cloths, in bales and in clothing made up into
Jackets and Trowsers; and Rice and Cotton of the new
crop. CARNOCHAN A MITCHEL.
To either of the H’est India Islands,
_ A staunch Bahama Schooner, that can carry
\fcbout 250 barrels, soils well and captain well ac-
•quiinted among those Islands. For further in-
®fi°n apply to SAMUEL G. BUNCH.
For sale, freiirht or charter,
The fast sailing brig ST. CRUZ PACKET,
of 214 tons burthen. Enquire of capLiin Olm-
-stead, on board, or b> PETTY 5t CO.
122 ' .1*
The brig LANGDON CHEVES, burthen about
j,200 tons, copper fastened, and sheathed. A
istaunch, ftist sailing vessel, well found m. every
and ready to reemve a cargo on board. For
75 two gallon kegs Salmon
10 boxes mould Candles
15 do yeilow Soap
8 bis No, 1 and 2 Mackerel
For sale low, on the wharf, by
John Lathrop & Co.
oct 2(1-129 Hunter’s-wharf
A few pieces of extra superfine blue and black CLOTHS.
For sale by LESLIE 1HOMPSON.
oct 12 122 • -
And for sale, at factory prices,
17 cases HATS K & J- BOLTON,
50 tons axe bar and waggontire IRON
oct 29 129 ■■■ -
By the subscriber,
10 pipe* old Cognac Brandy
10 Lltds Whbkey
1 hhd leaf Tobacco
30 bag* green Coffee
35 bis do < do
10 boxes negro Pipes
10 half bis miss Beef
15 kegs tvrist TdbaecOi 8 to the P«»tid
case ladies’ thread Stockings
trunk do silk do
do Angora Shawls
case paper Bureaus, in nests
do watch Furniture *
- Barrels'Beef and Pork
Hampers black Bottles
For sale by
oct 29 129
■Per schooner Friends and sloop Volant,
20 tons Iron, assorted
45 boxes window Glass
14 boxes tea China; and
2 tierces containing China Desert, Sets and Jars
For sale by ISAAC COHEN & CO.
oct 29 129
The subsciiber offers for sale, at the late residence
Mr. Robert Fair, near Market-square. -
700 pair of men’s fine leather Shoes
200 do do Morocco do
500 do do grain do
800 do do kip skin do
800 do do fine Morocco Pump*
300 do do leatlrr do
200 do do Cordovan do
800 do do negro Shoe*
500 do ladies’ Morocco Pump*
600 do Grecian Rands
400 do do Bootees
400 do bdv’s Shoe*
400 do cfilldren’* Buskins, Sac.
J 500 do negro Shoes
oct 16—-k 123
John B. Gaudrjv
Will be sold off reasonable terms by
T case of castor Hats
8 do rornm do
3 Ido youth’s do
4 do boy’s dft
On Tuesday, 13th November next,
Will be sold at the late resilience of Mr. Richard Morel!,
opposite tn Peter Mitchel, esq.
A single story House, Kitchen and other out Buildings;
to be removed within seven days from day of sale.
Sundry articles of Household and Kitchen Furniture,
consisting of Bedsteads, Bedding, Tables, Chest Drawer^
Chairs, &c. ike.
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 "
The Marine and Fire Insurance
Of the City u>f Savannah,
Will insure Property in Boats, between Savannah and
Augusta, and at and from either place to the other.
R. Wayne, secretary.
or> 24—127 , ■
STEPHEN ELLIOTT’S BOTANY
Will receive the First Number, bv calling at the Book
store of W. T. WILLIAMS.
Six Sheet Map
UNITE D STATES.
Just received from Philadelphia
Lewis’s Six Sheet Map of the United States, drawn
from actual survey on the largest scale of any Map oi
the United Slates ever published, being six feet square
on canvas and rollers, and elegantly varnished,price g24.
Lewis’s Map of the United States and West Indies,
U£ es ’ Cyclopedia, vol. 27, part second, being the fifty,
fourth half volume.
Analectic Magazine, complete sets, bound in red mo
rocco. W. T. WILLIAMS.
nr. qO_ w _i29
-- — • ■ ■ -« m “ r-
Of the Campaigns of 1812, 13 and 14,
To which are added Scruical Cases; obstructions on
Mi lit any Hospitals; and Fltino Hospitals; attached
to a moving army.
Also an appendix, comprising a Dissertation os Dr-
sentebt; which obtained the Baylstarian Prize Medal
for the year 1816, and observations on the Winter Epide
mic of 1815—16, denominated
as it appeared in Massacliusetts, by James Mann, M. D.
A. A. S. Hospital Surgeon of the United States’ Army
;,nd corresponding member of the Georgia Medical Soci.
ctv, price 2 dollars 50 cents. Just received by
W. T. Williams.
Just received, per schooner Mechanic, from New-Torfc,
Four elegant PIANO FORTES.
Stebbins & Mason.
100 bags Coffee
50,000 feet clear white pine BOARDS
100 kegs BUTTER
11 cases wool HATS
oct 20 129
Has just received, per ships Georgia and John (J Edward,
A LARGE ADDITION
to his former stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
Among which are,
Casks of socket Spades, cast steel patent Hoes
Carolina, narrow and brt ad Hots
Chain Traces, sad Iron;
Cast and waggon Boxes
2d, 3d, 4d, 5d, and 6d wrought clout Nails
6d, 8d, lOd, 12d and 20d fine wrought Rose and Clasp
Gince Tacks, head Nails
4J to 6 inch Spikes, 8tc.
A Urge quantity of American and English Hollow-
ware, .n elegant assortment of plated Saddlery, Sec.
wlijch is offered for sale on a low advance for cash, or .
town acceptances; and is well worth the attention of
country merchants, &c.
X. B. Highest price given for old Brass and Copper.
nr; 21—r-My-129 ■
I ail Goods.
Have received, by the ship Georgia, from Liverpool,
A large and well selected supply of seasonable GOODS}
which, with their present stohk, will render their assort
ment very complete, and which they will dispose of by the
piece or package, on reasonable and accommodating
terms. J AMES DICKSON & CO.
oct 10 121 \ *
Calvin Baker & Co.
Acquaint their city and country friends, that (hey
are receiving daily," per the constant arrivals at this ;
port, their fall and Winter supply of DRY GOODS,
which is large and extensive, in the various articles
requisite for the country trade; which they will dispose of
on credit, or for cotton, or cash, as may be most con
venient to their ■ ustomi rs. ~ sept 26—115
CHARLES W. CARPENTER & CO.
Have r.& tved, by the schooner Mechanic,
A part of their FALL and _ WINTER GOODS, which
they offer for sale, consisting of Cloth*, Cassimeres}
Coating, Blankets, Flannels, Bombazets, Calico, Muslins,
Also, have on hand and will be receiving
A general assortment of SADDLERY, manufactured ia
tlie best manmr. . oct 24-127
Have now landing and fir sale
ISJS£SS" d l ,fc »“ wo “
THEY HAVE ALSO NXUU —
Teneriff Wine, in quarter casks, am}
. Round bolt Iron, in bundles
* C amoeban 8C Mi^cbel,
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