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Hieing deemed expedient by the Board of Directors;
(flit another Instalment of the Stock^ot the Bank, of the
ytate. of Georgia should be called in, and thatthe Stock-
hgj^era should be required to pay a proportion thereof
Especie. ' r
Notice is hereby given, that* agreeably to a resolution
Qf the Directors of thb date, twenty-three per centum
bit each share, of the Stock of the Bank, is required to
fee paid by the Stockholders, on or before the second
Monday in December next; that five dollars, in specie,
Jje paid on each share,"as part of the said twenty-three
per cent, and the balance ill bills of either of the Banks
. The Stockholders are tardier notified, that Cashier’s
Certificates of Stock will be issued? M lieu of the Com
missioners’ Certificates, held by the Stockholders, upon
the delivery of the ComrmSsiondr^,Certificates, ait the
‘time of paving the Instalment, as above required.
Western Stockholders are informed, that they may pay
said Instalment, and receive their Stock Certificates, on
delivering the Commissioners’ Certificates, at either of
the Offices established at'Augvata and Milledgeville, so
£pon as they shall be tn operation, which wiUl be in a
short time. RLE AZ t# 1 V.ARLY, Cashier.
-4, the 20th. Sepiemh-x 1816..-.-1^1.1] ,
.ate Bank oi the United States.
Notice is hereby given to ail persons interested in the
.trust funds of the late Bank of the United States, as the
proprietors of baiik-notes, or of dividends upon stock,
either of capital or interest, and. in general to all the
creditors of die said bank or trust of whatsoever des
cription, that unless their cl.dms are presented for set
tlement before die 4th day of March, 1317, when the
term of six years from the creation of the said trust will
have expired, the trustees will not feel themselves ob
liged to make opposition to any decree or order of
court, which may be obtained for the distribution among
the stock .aiders of.% amount liidierto reserved to sa
tisfy die said creditors. G. SIMPSON,
-^aiay .28—.f po-
At first cost and charges, the following Mathematical,
Astronomical, Geographical, Surveying and Optical
' Iotruments, lately imported and chieflyAnade by Dod-
xst Adams, of London:
One second best Theodolite, with telescope and level,
Oi£ horizontal and vertical motions, produced by rack-
yfork, limb and nonius graduated to one minute, maho
gany tripod staff and case; a very complete instrument.
One surveying or spirit Level, with acromatic teles-
ieflpe, compass and all requisite adjustments, adapted to
Jfhe operations of levelling, &c. mahogany tripod staff
One improved Circumferentor, with four sight vanes,
■ ctjmpass, limb and nonius graduated to three minutes,
• Aahogany tripod staff and cases.
One plain Theodolite, with cotrfpass, ten inch limb,
graduated With nonius to three minutes, four sight vanes,
improved ball and socket, oaked tripod staff and case.
One Cylindrical Survey Cross, with sights at right an
gles, compass, limb and nonilis graduated to three mi
nutes, mahogany tripod staff.
The new portable Orrerv, invented artd made by Wm.
^Jones,-of London; exhibiting, by wheel work, the rela
tive jprder and motion of the planets, with respect to
the earth and sun; also other improvements.
One elegant case and set of Mathematical Instruments.
One rolling'parallel Rule, invented by Eckhardt.
Qae compound Magnifier. -Apply to
, Lots No. So and 34, Elbert Ward, on-a lease forever,
Subject to a ground tent to the city,-and (for which titles
Slay be obtained in fee simple on payment Pf the valua-
' tion money;) together with tlie improvements thereon,
Consisting of the well known and valuable stand for bu
siness called the BLUE STORE, in which, besides the
Store, is a comfortable dwelling house: also, the three
small buildings and the kitchens adjacent. Kor term.,
kpply to WILLIAM 1. SCO IT, or-
_ TwotlurdA in fee,simple, of the WHARF and STORES
at presept.occupied by Cliarles Howard, and a lease for
a, considerable number of years for the other third, sub-
4 ject to an annual.payment of four hundred and thirty
three dollars, and one third. The titles will be indispu
table and immediate possession given, wai-ranted free of
_py U v-- - . txbms
One half payable in six months, and the remainder in
- fikur jrears'on interest payable quarterly.
"tOr, thp pfemiaes will be lease* for four years, if im-
- mediate application is made. Apply to
126 Mentj° r Cp>irr 'Cafl man
^ .Warren ward, in fee simple, with the
improgdaehts thereon, at present occupied by Samuel
HowiW;the:-titles will be ’ indisputable and warranted
Efee-of all irtcumbrance. Apply to
JOHN ANDERSON, or
.. SAMUEL HOWARD,
t- ocfc.... , ,.. L , ^
,8y,5. M. -BotTOu clerk of the court of ordinary for
the ebuaty of Cliaiham.
»■ WhQ»eas r Lewis Giradon, hath, made application for
~ administration on the estate of D. D. Williams,
rJ ‘®“* t, fiinali, deceased,-in behalf of the children.
:fore, to cite and admonish all and
r —-—.-'A ihid creditors of the said deceased,
jfisiebtions (if any they have) in my office
y‘days ^fronr this date, otherwise letters of
lptL"^dl,b® gTifited to the afO;-esaid applicant
iacr my haitd and seal, tlus 17th day of Oc-
S. M. BOND, c. c. o. r.. c-
Valttable Lands for sate*
, Four hundred and fifty acres, prime tide swamp, on
the Savannah Back River, situated about ten miles above
the city, well adapted to the culture of rice or the sugar
cane; upwards of one hundred acres now under dam, and
cultivated by James Ancfam, 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, arid the balance is
well adapted to the culture of cotton and provisions—
also, a swamp, abounding with cypress and other valua
ble timber. 1
Also, a tract, containing five hundred aefes, situated
on Savannah River, a few miles above Purysbutgh, known
by the name of Bear Bluff—this tract is very valuable, as
it abounds with white oak ai\d other timber, suitable tor
the Savannah market. _ ..
Also, two tracts of pine Land, in the vicinity offPurys-
burgh, well timbered.
The whole of the property will be sold on easy and
moderate terms. Apply to Juss Kustov, on the Okaties;
Or in Savannah, to
, Jacob Deveaux.
sept 7 107 „
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 yeunrwwd are in prime
order for planting.
Also, the tract adjoining, called th.c Village, on which
there are a dwelling house, containing six rooms, v. ith
fire places, and two garret booms; a b..rn of three stories
in height, cotton house, &c. a good garden, orchard and
extensive pasture. As there are no buildingson the first
mentioned tract, it having been always held as ar>-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 requiredfbr them juid 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 Johxstow; or near Darien, to George Baillie.
. ’Those lands would snit any person intending to make
a settlement on the Alatamaha tide lands.
ang 17 | Ay 98
Six and a Quarter Cents’ reward,
For taking up ana delivering to me, my apprentice
boy ‘Aei.ec, who absconded on the evening of the 16th
inst. a negro of rather a light complexion, aged 16 years;
but, for proof to com iction of liis being harbored bv any
person, Ten Dollai-s will be added and all reasonable
charges paid. 1 forbid all persons from harborin said
boy or assisting him any way, or from carrying him out
of the place. JOHN STILWRLL.
“en^ 26; 115
The subscriber returns liis sincere thanks to custom
ers and friends for past favors, and solicits a continu
ance of their custom. There is a constant supply of the
best Qak, hickory and asli WOOD at liis Wood-Yard,
with drays in waiting to transport it from his.wharf.
N. B. Purchasers are requested not to pay the dray
man one cent, without a bill receipted.
jtjne 18 72
City Sheriirs sale.
On the Jirst Tuexdait in Dertinher next,
Will be sold, in front of the court-house, between the
One chest carpenter’s Tools and one trunk Clothing;
levied on as the property of Thomas Wilson, deceased)
to satisfy Edward Hughes.
Isaac I)*_Lvon, s. c. s.
By Tsaac Crews, clerk of the ordinary for the county
of Camden, anti state aforesaid.
Whereas, Elihu Atwater, esq. applies for letters of ad
ministration, on the estate and effects of colonel William
Scott, late of s-aid county, dec. as next of kin,
These are therefore,to cite and admonish, all and sin
gular, the kindred and creditors of said'dec to file their
objections (if any they have) in mv office, on or before
the first Monday in January next, otherwise letters of ad
ministration will be granted to him.
Given und<Jr my hand and Seal, at Jefferson, the 19th
October, 1816. [L. S.] ISAAC CREWS, c/erlT
By Elijah Baker, clerk , of 'the court of ordinary for
the county of Liberty, in the state aforesaid. , *
Whereas, Samuel Jones, sen. esq. applies for letters of
administration, on the estate and effects of Elias Cassels.
late of (lie said county, dec. ^
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish, all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of the said dec. to file
a "- vthe y have.) in my office, on or
before the first A ondav m January next, otherwise let-
Tens of administration will he granted to him
Given undermy hand and seal, this twenty first day
of October in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and
sixteen, and m tht- Forty first year of American indenen-
7l C 27-*f [L ‘ S ] EUJAH BAKER c ‘ c ’ *• c
’Sheriffs sales continued.
On the Jirst Tuesday in December next,
Will be sold at the court house in Effingfiain eo«ntv
between the usual hours,
One hundred acres of land, bounded by fend dfReed
^nd others, situated irrdhe county of Effingham levied
> *» Property of Mathew Reiser, to SyaS
executions in favor of Johj* M'Laggon, +eturnad to ms
y «t C 22^-il2B ' C. H. DASHER, %,
V v ,
WiD be sold at the plantation cf Mathew Cc’.s--,
dec. on the 4th day of December nut ’ Wl
All the personal and pcrish„b'.t pi open v 0 f’
.tate, consisting of Horses, Hogs and Cattle, (■, &
Fodder, and other articles, too numerous toV" —
Terms of sale, cash. CHLUE t'-ULSOX' j
Scriven countu. Or'obrr 2", Jf-16 or ^ , 5r
To be sold, at.public auction, in front
Itouae, hi the city of Savannah, on the first '| ?'" r -
Jantiary next, one thousand acres of prime bn.! ^ '
ofi the south branch of Turtle river, t.iynn cour,tv7
joint'property of the Union Society, ChaUi-n ~
and tlie Savannah Poor-House- and Hospital ^.'v
which tract -of land was/iriguialh granted to tin t?'
dx College. Any person who feels deposed -.oj'i*
lai-gely in uie cudilution of cotton, corn or s, .. ''jre
would find tliis a most eligible situation. The ‘‘T*
be seen by applying at the office of Lloyd k \re' 4
in tiie Exchange. Terms of sale—one halt cash
lance in one year, with interest from the date of n^
ehaae, secured bv bond anil mortgage, on tlienr, ,Ur
MOSES Sfll .ri A.UL. Preside,-: / s -
II. W. HABERSHAM, Treasurer r ■
J. MORRISON, Com. iuv. J‘ //
■ ajftg 26 litj ' "•
Grouglit to Savannah SiwiTTiiTtEF
18th October, 1816,a nugro man naiixu .: ,>, ;f
inches high,about 2J years of age; sms i.e btiun s - 1
estate of Daniel Jenkins, St. Helena, ft) 0
A Harmon, d. g. c c
& Brought to gaol, on the
1816, Tom, tlie property of doctor Giliett, r,j s , '!
orlina. He is- five feet three inches iugh, t.urivv<r- *i
age, and ;ui African by birth, thin f -s-
H. M‘Call, G. C. C.
*** iirought to Savannah gaol, t, u
the 15Ui October, 1316, a negro m..n hui.ium ij llt
feet eleven inches high, about twpntv ytarsof nuc x) -
he belongs to Mr. Lewis Cyphets, of Chruden ^
Carolina) ^ f- A.HARMO-V, o. o.'iC
iliougnt to goal, in SavaimE;
On the 23 of October, l«lo, , negro ni.ni u !„> su- s ‘
name is Ji.nathas, anti uiat lie belongs to X!r/ L-!
Eacles, of Wilkes county, lie is about tventy ye.a-../
age, ami five Jeet se^i-n inch's high, says lie f . n
about the first of last month, and ! ,s‘ been" at Ncv-V,
II. M-Ca.ll, o. c. c.
im-‘ 26 128
i w eiity i/vtiitiib
Runaway, from tlie subscriber, cn the night if theft J
October, 1816, two Negro ill. :•:.?<*«»,a countn U
low, about twenty-nine or tliirtv years of ..
about five feet eight or nine inch s high; took w.
liis last y ear’s round jacket, greyish colonc. n _,
blue, and blue pantaloons, also a h.ue an i \> , i;s
coatee of homespun; and homespun p..n, ;Ej .
v. aistcoat; and had on a felt hat, John vas fon. - i
property of colonel Frederick Oneai, of M i .io fai
tv, and purchased from him by the subscriber at.
year of 1811. Batrrrs, a liktly country l.-.r tc,nj
about twenty three years of age, about inc- net sin
seven itiches high, lias a iargv scar on his let
occasioned by a burn; took with him no cutia aa.1
what he had on, which are a .grevish cmo...;
jacket, lined with blew, check* d liomespun p-«.
and Osnaburgh shirt, an old twilled waistce.t -i-
hat. Each of them took with them a bLnkct iin.B
was formerly the property of Dr. AVili.aiii Iorr.
purchased from him by the subscriber in liie ye..r lalrl
Tlie above reward will be paid for the said mgre'es,/
ten dolhu-s for either of them being dtiiv.
subscriber, at Springfield, or on being hub i m M
. gaol and information given, so that tne suircreer j
them. S'lT-FUEN S. C.tRiilij
To all whom it may concern,
Notice is hereby given, tnat tlie following pcrs;.« .
ar. hctnseu by- tiie Lomaiibskmersof Biiotai c to q
Thomas Notfage Noah B. Sisson
Stephen Timmons Reuben Andei sou
Henry Gragg E. Broughton
WiliiamBoystom Jolin Dixc n
Benjamin Sisson 1 s. H. Timmons
John Hale | Henry Baker
By order of the boa"d,
I). D. Williams, c. c-p
-^apri 1 id 95
8afr.uel M. Bond, clerk of the court a or
of saul county.
Whereas, Thomas E. Lloyd hath this day a ,
to me foj* letters ©t udminiitratioii on tiie estate
^x j cts of Benjamin HoldsworJi, late of tltt liiy ofSh*
nah, deceased, in belialf of next-of kin.
Iliese are to cite and admonish all and sin?”'
kinured and creditors of the said decesseii, to hie
objections (if any they have) in my office, on or b
tiie 10th day ot November next, otherwise letters'* 1 ^
granted to tii« applicant.
t L - S 1 SAMUEL M. BOND, c.e. o. c 11
ocr 12— 122
Blank Bills of Sale!
For, sale at this Office.
i lank Indentures,
Fitr sale at this Office,