repair the pub’ c eSttais,- of ini
labor* of the quarry or jnine, sub-]
e coarsfest fare, deny them every
at is not indispensable with exist-
li them, by the liberal application
jocility and usefulness?—Such a
ot tne i( , t j on would undubitably awe the
xtvoue o :. f - oU! , p art 0 f so |i e ty iuto rectitude,
oortiouable security to the. moral
of the Ush; '
young dul »
La yield ft
tj _i}] n Saturday evening last, a little af-
^?jocio'ik, an old stable, on the Hospital
t er sl in flames, and was soon reduced
1°^ y iy pulling down an adjoining kitch
Jr+he nrom.i>t assistance of the fire engines ta ^'., ac ^' nut .' s -
a" e p‘ Y l,l r ± J r “ t . Tlie following Message was received from the presi-
“ ouflaa ration was prevented from spreading
15 the adj icent houses. The fire is said to
» ia ve been unintentionally committed by a fe-
Hiale^domiestic, who carelessly entered it with
-fc lighted candle. '
TO THE EDITOR,
pMilledgeville, December 12, 1816,
«S a'clock^ p. a.
«I have only time to inform you that the bill
to reform the penal code of this state has just
sed the house of representatives, after much
discussion, with many amendments. To-mor-
it mips to senate for concurrence; but lias
been so dreadfully mangled by the house, that I
think there will be some difficulty in getting
it through the senate. The fate of the bilLis ex
tremely"doubtful. A bill to legalise the pro
ceedings of the courts in this state has-. passed
the senate, and will no doubt be concurred in
by the house to-day. The bill regulating the
fees of the Health Officer for the pOrtof Sa
fees of the
vannah, I am told, has created considerable
sensation among the folks in your, city; bu*
they may rest easy, tor, be assured, it will
never pass the house oi representatives
haste, your’s, tscc.”
Georgia Legist, store—The senate have notified the
bouse of tht ir wish to rise on Saturday; but we do not
think.it practicable tor the latter to dispose of its un
finished business earlier than the middle of next week, if
so soon. A resolution has passed the legislature reques
ting the governor to adopt such measures as he may deem
mostexpedient, in conjunction with the executive go
vernment of the United States, for ascertaining, running
»nd marking the. boundary line between this state and
the Mississippi Territory. Mo3T of the acts, yet adopt
ed are local.—-Geargin Journo.'., lll/i inti.
tones* Sr 4
•-^jfv . Friday; Tiecehber 6,1816,
Mr. fTarrisdn, (of Ofilo) iftoved the adoption of the
Resolved, That the coitirnittee be instructed to' en
quire into the expediency of providing by law for the
relief of such of the officers and soldiers, who, hav
ing faithfully served in the armies of the United States
are now in distressed circumstances and who, not having
received wounds, or disabilities, whilst in actual service,
are excluded from tile benefits of the pension laws, and
that the said committee rt port by bill or otherwise.
The motion of Mr. Harrison was agreed to without a
division. • •
On motion of Mr. Johnson of Kentucky.
Resolved, That the committee on military affairs be
instructed to inquire into the expediency of organizing
a corps of invalids, and of establishing additional mili-
Gencral Meriwether, one of the United States’ com
missioners in the late treaty wtth the Chcr -kee and Chick
asaw Indians, has permitted us to take tilefoliowing ex
tract from a letter addressed by himself and general Jack-
eon to the secretary of war, respecting the wish of tlx.
Clierokeesto migrate beyond the Mississippi.
“It was intimarrd to as by several of the ciiiefs, that
strong disposition prevailed among many individuals of
the nation to emigrate to the west of the Mississippi,
and they wishe.lVto know, whether in the event of a na
tional remot al, it was practicable to eflcct an exchange
■with the general government, giving them territory in
this neivb-borhood fora like extent in the vicinity of
White river. We encouraged a belief that it was feasi
ble; and advised, that when the natinahad come to a con
clusion on the subject, that delegates clothed wiikfiw
authority to negotiate a treaty of exchange, should be
sent to Washington.”
Delegates have not yet gone on, b.rt is believed they
soon will. The territory recently coned to the United
States by the Cherdbee and Chickasaw Indians, we are
informed, contains ab..ut 13,000 square miles of very
rich land, for which only g'300,000 were given in ten an
nual instalments, being less than four cun!a an acre.—ib.
The Baltimore Patriot, of the 6th instant, says—
“ROBERT GOODLOE IIARPEH, ess*.nun, lias resigned
his seat in the senate of the United States.
dent of the United States :
To the Senate and House of Representatives
Of the United States.
The 9th section of the act passed at the last session of
congress, “to authorise the payment for property lost,
Captured or destroyed by the enemy, while in the milita
ry service of the United States, and for other purposes,”
“having received a construction, giving to it a scope of
greajand uncertain extent, 1 thought it proper that
proceedings relative to claims under that part of the act
should be suspended, until congress should have an op
portunity of A fining more precisely the cases contem
plated by them. With ’hat view, l now recommend the
subject to thtir consideration. They will have an op
portunity, at the same tune, of considering how f.r
otlwr provisions of the act may be rendered more clear
and precise in their import. James Mauison.
December 6, 1816.
The Message was referred to the committee on claims-
Mr. F ’orsyih submitted tue three following resoiu'ions;
1. Resolved, That the President of the United Sates be,
and' he is hereby requested to lay before tins house trie
proceedings of the commissioners appointed under the
act of the last sission, entitled “an act to authorise the
payment for property lost captured and tkstr •.cd,
wild st in tue sendee of the United States, and fur other
2. Resolved, That the president of the United S'alts
be and he is hereby requested to'order the further exe
cution of'.he said r.c: to he suspended, until the subject
shad he disposed of by this house.
3. Resolved, That the president be and he is hereby
requested,to inform this house whether the judgements
made by lie commissioner under the said act l.aveh-t n
paid by the treasury, and if they have bttai paid, by
what authority and out of. what fund..
On these resolutions a snarl discussion arose.
The debate resulted in the adoption of the first and
third resolution, he second being laid on the table, on
motion of Mr Yancy.
The resolution from tiie senate, in form of a joint
resolution declaring ihe permission ofthes*uLe of In
diana, into the Union, w is rece.ved, twice re id, and re
ferred to a committee of the whole h -use on the stale oi’
Some conversation took place on the propriety of tak
ing it up to day, which v\.-s advocated by Mr. Harnsor
and Mr. Lowndes, who censidt red ihe resolve as a m.vi
ter of form merely, opposed by Mr. Hardin anu Mr.
Taylor ofXew-York, who regarded it in a different light,
and argued that so solemn an act as pronouncing on th
character and republican principles of a state constitu
tion, ought to be more deliberately considered than was
proposed. The motion for to titty did not prevail. Af-
•er ordering the constitution of tile new state io be print-
The liduse adjourned.
General Gawf.s left this city, on Wednesday morning
for his command in the southern department; and, it is
■aid, will Soon be in Charleston to superintend the forti
fications about to be erected there.—Philadelphia Free
man’s Journal, Deceinbcr 6.
SEPARATION OF MAINE.
Yesterday, the committee upon the subject of the sen'.ra
tion of Maine, made a lengthy report in file sena'e of
this Commonwealth, which concluded with the follow
ing resolves, viz:
Resolved, That the contingency upon Avhich the con
sent of MJdsachusetts was to be given for the separation
of ti e District of Maine lias pot happened, and that the
pow ers of'the Brunswick convention to take any mea
sures tending to that event have ceased.
Resolved, That it is nut expedient for the present ge
neral court to adopt auy further measures in regard to
the separation of tue District of Maine.
Which report vus read, and thereupon ordered, dint
1 to-morrow, 11 o’emek, be assigned to consider the sate,
and that the usual number of copies be printed f.r the
use of .the members cl both houses. We shall endeavor
to publish the report entire in our next.—Boston Patri*
ot, 4th instant.
Some debate to :.k place m tiie house of representa
tives yesterday respecting the construction which had
■been given by the commissioner appointed in pursuance
of it (acting under the con rol i.ftiie president) to the
act for paying individuals tor property lost, captured or
destroyed whilst in die . military service of the Un.ted
States during the late ,war. Military occupation of
Rouses, destroyed by tiie enemy in consequence thereof,
having been, it appears, const! u d to give the ow
ner a claim t.o indemnification for his loss, opened the
door to a flood of ci -ims, so extensive 1 , as to induce the
executive, to direct a suspension of decisions on cases
pouaing under that head, but nut until atier some of them
Lad .been favorably adjudged and paid. The act in ques
tion Was of a character previously unknown on our statute
book, and consequently involved some difficulty of de
tail. Congress Will no doubt lay down more deli hate
rules for the decision of claims, and either embrace all
cases of ioss’ s of tlic character referred to, make a dis
crimination tv tween t|ipse of different grid, s of merit,
Or reject indifferently ail »o«h. Tin- subject is one of
some intricacy; audit is not at all siiruij.su.g there .should
be much difference of opinion on it,—v\'alionul Jnteii-
To ihe editor of ihe Orleans Gazette.
Sih—Having observed in the Nation-1 iuUlligenqer of
— October, an article announcing the capo We of th;
Firebrand, said to be the substance of a communication
made by me, I must request you to publish the enclosed,
which is a copy of my letter, on that subject, in order
that the public may peace.ve how f r my meaning has
been perverted; and 1 must intreat tiie editors of the in
telligencer, should they think proper to make use of
my name, to confine tlieinsed es to facts.
Thom as S. Jirt'vp.
Copy of a letter to the Sec entry f War, dated .Yc.o-Or-
h inis, September 1 itf, !-ilb.
Sit—I have this m.v:uent rec.iv- d information that the 1
United States’ arim-il vessel Fiivb^.ind, coinm.au! ! by
lieut. Cunningham, was attacked and captured by a.Span
ish royal squadron last mold:., I have heard no cause
assigned for this outrage, but believe it is only
. lude to still greater aggression— at all 'events iL is an act
which merits imnifedi.ite and exemplary' punishment,
Lieut. Cunningham, I understand, has b ru released,
and is on his way' to Ship Island, tiie naval rendezvous
on this station, for the purpose of reporting to commo
dore Patterson. I have the honor to be, with much res
pect,'sir, your obedient servant, Tros. S. Jessup,
Colonel commanding 8 A Department.
The honorable Wm. II. Chaavfohu, secretary'
of war, Washington City'. ..
3C7 - * Subscribers io the Savannah Republi
can inhabiting that part of the. city which is
bounded on the south by Broughton street arid
westwardly by Barnard street, who may not re
ceive their paper, are desired to send for it; as
the former carrier has absconded, and the new
one is unacquainted with the. route.
pour Tr SAVANNAH,
Tuesday, December IT, 1816.
British ship Welding, Kinsman, Liverpool
brig Karl Lonsdale, Groom, ditto
— Patriot, , Trinidad
Brig Clarion, Bodfish, Nevz-Bedford
Sioop Adeline, Brad lev,'Chariest on
Voian , -M’Lean, tliHo
Ship John &l Edward, Webb, Liverpool
The directors of ihe Rank of the United Stales have
deiermmetl to establish a brand: bank al Norfoix. —ib.
0* The packet sloop VOL ANT, cap
tain M’Leani wm saii for Cha. le ion the first fair wind.
For freight or passage, having superior arc unmodations,
apply to the captain on board, a' Hurtte-’s wharf, or to
01 uis lead B utte lie.
dec 17 153 *
(p* Persons, who without being mem
bers of the Republican lilacs, have, in any way, come
into possession of MUSKET-S, distributed t . tne corps,
are requested to return them to Lieutenant Ami or Lieu
tenant bruxE, or J o Alt*. ItRirusii. It su mid be recol
lected that the coitlni-.nd.ng officer of th corps is res
ponsible for the vatue of the anus. d.c 17—15!)
In Sex ate— Frnl-y, December 6.
Tiie senate wen; ituo (lie consid: ratiou of the motion
to amend ihe rules of ’Tie seiu.te, by ordering the ap
pointment, at; rack srs-'/on, of standing, committees on
the regular subjects of legislation, instead of provjdirg
selfect committees for every occasion requiring the refer-
ance of a subj ect. -
A niotion made by Mr Harbour, to add to the number
k standing committee on the subject of roads and canals,
fave r*>e to some debate, between Metsrs. Macon of
( s - ».) and Dagett and Mr. Barbour, on tiie mUMtove-
•aent of roads and canals, an<Tthe, right of the United
- States to legislate upon, the subject; which, 4dter some
<liscussion, was postponed till Monday.
A resolution was offered by Mr. Mdrrow, from the
•tlect committee, that Indiana should tjC ‘‘declared one
®f the United' Statptf .il’ America,” and admitted into the
Union on an equal fepfing with the origrq^l states in all
t^pects wfiateyer, whipli according-y read the third
♦unhand pasJfed unaoimqiuly,
I’he RepuBiic.m Blues will assemble o;» ibcir parade
Truun f 1 on tiie 1st of Juimarv, l‘»17, at 9 v.ta. co'iijjific-
/ uuit’orilled and ei]Ui|>|>eci, And |)re]»ai*t*ti io fiL' i •** bti r
f;' t ) niutuL Country members «vta con si icr nns no* ice
:i* a s uinnons. Let the 1st January bu a r.
Jiy of-dtT ojf ctfMtt*'.' b
John A. iieauhmJ,
•doc 17 f5d - 1st Se cant H. 11
\ iit,u 'l.r for
(To have quick dispatch)
The vew and elegant ship OGLETHORPE,
Charles Jayne, commander, intended as, .a regu
lar trader,copper fastened, built of the htfht ma
terials, and in every respect a superior ship Fof flkiglii
Or passage, having good accommodations applv to cap-
ttuti Jayne, or to S l URGES 6f BURROUGHS,
JVo. 3, Commerce Him
Banding f am said ship
50 hogsheads and 50 barrels N. E. RUM
dec 17 -150
The pack, t brig ICTRF.isS, N. Hurd, master,
will meet w ith immediate dispatch. For freight
or passage apply lo ihe captain -.n board,or to
William H. Jollier & Co.
. TayUtPs wharf
U hn have fa< sa e, landing from said brig,
25 hogsheadsN. E. RUM
ANU, IS STORK,
6,Q00 bushels Livyp.iol ground Salt
Barrels Cofive, quarter basks Malaga Wine
Quarter chests hyson Tea, Jamaica Rum, and
One case pelisse Cloths and Cassimeres
dec 17—*—1?U ...... * , -
r~,j- . The sbhooner MECIIANICj J. Atwood, hav-
l nearly all her cargo on bo.-.rd, will sail posi-
ASSaKfeLively TO-\IORUO'»V, the 18th instant, weather
rmutmg. For freight of a few hales or passage, apply
to the captain on board, at Gordon’s wharf, or to
C. W. Carpenter & Co.
17 c--:—» 150.
The sloop VENUS, captain Farnum. A new
and substantial vessel, can take about 83 bales
cotton. For freight or passage apply to the
master on board, at M'Koine’s wh u-f, or to
- Palmes ,SC Davidson.
r ]5'J *
For Cliaile-.tv/n ,
The regular packet sloop ADF.LINF., Y. Rrad-
, V°- ' h'-is^er, will positively sail TO-MORROW
MORNING, (wind permitting.) For freight oc
pa-.*age, having superb accommodations, apply on hoard,
at Morel's wharf, or to PALAlES & irA VIUbON.
dec 17 t 15U
Pork, Flour, &?..
25 barrels prime Pork, 7 half barrels mess Pork
A fe w whole and half bis fresh FLOUR, (northern
and Georgia;) navy and pilot Bread
Groat Bread and Biscuit, in barrels and keg?, f -si-..
For sale by PALMES & DA Vi; rfU*
dec 17 M——150 - . ■ ■ _
To-Morrow tiie 18th insL
Will be sold at-the Exchange wharfs
, The sloop NANCY, well calculated for a pilot ot pleaC -
aant boat. w
One BOAT, newly new.
Sale to commence at H o’clock,
t , A. Howe, aucTr,
dec 17— -■ iso
To-Morrow the 18th inst
Will be Mold on JBoUoti f g Ventral wharf,) for U\
e. * Underwiter* *1-
100 pieces Cottoil Bag^
Damaged on board the ship Vestal, on her passage
from Liverpooli Terms, cash.
Sale to ettnmevee at il> o’clock.- ,
M. Herbert k Co. auct’rs,
. dec 17 —UoO
To-MorroW, 18th instant,
H i.L be sold before my store,
Groceries ana Dry Goods;
39 pieces Broadcloths, 10 pieces Cassimere*
5 ditto pelisse Cloth, 100 pieces Calico
190 ditto Madras Handkerchiefs, 50 pieces Lines
1 trunk worsted 1* ,-siery
A quantity of Hardware
Sale to commence at II oclock,
A. Howe, auct’r.
dec 17 —1.50 .
On Timrsilay next, 3lh inst.
H if! be told at ow'*9iore f
15 packages of Dry Goods,
Broadcloths, Cassimercs, Ciiecks, Irish Sheeting, Irish
Linen, Blankets, Muslins, sewing Silks, Stockings, Ko-
tiiais, &.c. Terms, cash.
Sale to commence at II o’clock.
JM. Herbert & Co. auct ? rs.
dec 17 150
6 barrels prime green Jamaica COFFEE, and
10 bags do Java do F t sale by
itca & Butler.
dec 17 150 f
Factorage and Commission Business.
The subscriber having declined the practice of law, on
the first instant; now offers his .services to his friends and*
feHow-C’tizens, genewliy, in the above line, and pledges
. , j himself that his attention, exertiqn arid punctuality, in
GUX business, sh:di be such us to merit a portion of their fa
vor and support. He has obtained commodious fire
pr of stores on Howard's wharf for the reception of pro
duce, and, his counting room is in the east tenement of
9aid building, immediately under Mr. Charles Howard.
Joseph S. Pelot.
sep 3 -fvo—-105 .
Superiiae Richmond Flour, &c.
130 bis fresh superfine Richmond Flour, now holding
35 pipes superior Weesep Scheud.un aqclior Gin
7 pipes Cognac Bi-sndy"
7 half pipe.- Marc da Madeira Wine
50 boxes 8 by 10 fliasp
50 do CiiocoLbe, Boston No. 1
50 do Spanish Cliocoiate, superior
200 door Mats, 83 lance wood Spars
20 boxes -No. 10 cotton Cards. For sale, on a liberal
credit, by HENRY W. HILLS,
dec 17 15f>
Eli as Walien
Has received, bu the sl.ifi J-od Tf'c’lington.front Liverpool,
liO tons Liverpool ground S-.lt, stone Jugs, assorted
A few tons well ass irted Iron, 8 crates black Bottle*
few bundles German Steel, p .tent k Carolina Hoes
Casting?, assorted; trace Chains
Mill and pit Saw,, a few casks blue Liverpool Ware
A few bundles of Spades
20 casks best bottled I’orter, 10 boxes XX tin Plates
20 casks strong pale Ale
Wliich, with the- DRY G10D3 and HARDWARE for
mally received, makes his assortm nt very complete.—
\'l of which will be sold on accommodating terms,
wholesale or retail. dec 17— ■ ■ 130
Tro m JVnv - I r o rlc,
Litclr brought out from there the litest FASHIONS,
for Drosses arid Pelisses for ladies; and will be thankful
for any orders in her line, at Mrs. Mokusl’s, Opposite
Mr. Mitcr.ei’s, on tne Ray, and next door to Mr. E.
Coorer’.®. dec 17 —.*rt-—150
Has just opened on the west side of Market-square,
opnosite P. H. A T. Crapnn’s stole, an assortment of
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, which he otfeii very
low' for cash o; produce. He also tenders to his friends
r.n l the public, his best services in the FACTORAGE
V xD IXF.I MISSION LINE. dec 17 .it 153
M r. Lauraine
Has the honor to inform the ladies and gentlemen of
Savannah, that he intends teaching the French language.
His method of teaching is simple, easy, requires no
effort of memory, and so little exertions fi on), the mind,
that any person knowing his own language .sufficiently-to
distinguish the part of speech will, under his direction,
acquire the.knowledge of tiie Fre .ch With Celerity.
No books, no dictionary, no grammar are necessary at.
fir<.’.. Mr. L. will himiself, take tiie place of those in-
cumbering tools, which distress the student and are al
ways greatly inferior to a teacher who is thoroughly ac
quainted with liis business.
Mr. L. has by study, reflection; and a long habit of
teaching in England and this country, acquired an expe
rience, which lie h-ipts wul adord him the means of giv
ing satisfaction to his scholars.
Persons who a'. e desirous to study the French lan
guage under his direction, will please to call at Messrs;
Gacbrt 8c Durov.. dec 17—tr —150
The Mayor’s Court is adjourned until MONDAY
NEXT, the 23d at ten o’clock, a. m. Jurors and witnes*
aes will be punctual in their attendance.
By Order of the Afityor,
dec 17—150. , v.n.c.
i he subscriber
Offers for sa e at very low prices the following ariiclet, viz:
A few dozen dressed call Skins
Do do sides dressed Leather
Barrels Apples, ditto Potatoes of a suncrior quality
It the office of Cha?lea Cotton,-oA the Bay, near ihe Ex-
cfiunrr.'U ' tec \7—\50
Fresh Boots and Shoes*
WOOD & WALKKIv,
( TThlfal er street, nert door to J'tnfiei tf s jewellery store,)
Kesjie-ffuily inform the dozens’ of .Savannah. tliM
they ha**just receiveej-by the ship Rubico i, from New-
York, the nu vert fkihioin’d Roots and .Shoes.
;,adies’ morocco, kid and Jane clasp Bootees
do white, Line, pm pi-, slate, and black kid Slippers
do black and cok.red .uorocco Slippers and Ties
do mofow ) walking Shoes
Gentlemen’s SuwuifoW and razee Boo’s.
do broad strap morocco Shoes and Pumps
do do do calfskin do
do morocco and leather dancing Pumps
'Vom'i n’,s leather Boots, race Slipne-s and Tip
diildcell’s morocco and leather Boots
do do do S1 « oe8 . ......
100-3 oair men’s lined *.nd bound Shoes
500 pair chegp negr^ Shots,'at wholesale'or retail,
- v suit die pnreh sv •
dec 17 te
The offering and discount days for next week, will he
Monday and Tuesday. P-per tan.iig due on Wednes
day, (Christmas day) when bank will be shut, must be
taken up the clav pievious. J - MAliSHAkL,
taken up —j x _ ..
dec \7—T 5 1 1 tu>her
Resolved, That in ortler to procure funds
for the purpose* of the Churcb.jU Gallery Pew* be ex-
posed to sale in fee simple, on Thumlay next, the T9th
inst. at four hundred dollars each, and UiatUie same shall
be put up previous to the renting of the Gallery Pews,
which will take place on that
ants a situation'
\ young M . ii, who p-. rfectly understands the grocers
VimHC?* -Witcs * gu-’d ■•xjieditUms hand and well ae-
tuaitiVed with .iccouutt, w ishes to engage in a wholesale
- l.olesah- and retail g -'H-ery store. A line addressed
in M. C.at this Office, shall be promptly attend- d to.
tier. 17 —-* -150
A young Man wanted
For a Country Establishment.
One who has a knowledge of Book-Keeping and lias
keen brought Up in a retail store, will meet with libc ral
encouragement. Satisfactory references will be required
Apply at this office. dec 17——150
'Art 1 ■ , ->
Elections are ordered to be held on Saturday, 23th inst.
for a Captain, to command the fourth Company of the
60th Battalion, in the room of Captain Bunch, deceased;
and. for such vacancies of Subalterns as maiy occur—the
bounds of this company district are front Abejcorn street,
running through the Bank square to the eastern Limits of
the city,.and comprehending,within those iihes the space
from the Commons to the River.
Elections art also ordered to be held Or), the same day,
for a Lieutenant and Ensign in the first Company, first
Battalion; commanded by Captain Sandei lin—the bounds
of this district are from Montgomery street to the wes
tern limits of die city, including from Spring-hill to the
River. Polls to be opened at ten o’clock, under the su-
perintendance of the persons designated by Law for the
fourth Company; at the Engine-house; Vfarren ward, and
for tiie first Company at the old Theatre.
By ordt+ of 3. M ARSHALL, Lieut.-colonel ist Regt.
OLIVER ST URGES,. Adj utant.
dec 17—» 150
By virtue Of a decree from the honorable the sixth.
Circuit Court of the United States' for the district of
Georgia, made in a c-a-w, wherein Jane Irving, William
Irving, Catharine Maitland and Alexander. Maitland,
were complainants; and Joseph Currie and Joseph Mil
ler, were defendants;
(fill be sold at the Court House, in ike city- of Savannah,
between the hours of 10 and 3 o’clock, on the first Tues
day in February next, „rt
A valuable gang 1 of twenty-nine NEGROES and two
HORSES; being part of the persona! estate of the late
John Currie, esq. deceased. JOHN EPPINGEtt,
dec 17 -150 rf at
City sheriff’s sale*
On the fret Tuesday in' February next.
Will be sokl in front of the cottrt-bouse, In Savannah,
between the usu^i boors,
One riding CH AIR—•jevicdjjn a* the property of Selby-
Franklin, to satisfy an execution irf hivOr bf Thhmas
Gribbin, against John Everitt, and Selby Franklin hitf
security. 18 A AC D*L¥ON,a..c. z.
dec 17—150 ' - ~ * • ■ *''yc rt ii--
*** Brought to *gaM, in ‘
December 14* 1816,. a negro WQ0>an, of yellow compler-
iWfeni ' -
in, who says hemame
*jrx«r,and that she b^pngs
to Mrs. Ramsey, ef South Carolina, bear Augusta; sh«<ig
ive feet three inches high and ^bput twenty-five vears eft
<e ; she has a stnaB raole-undey her right, eye, f
white negro cloth wrapper and white cotton p
H. McCall, G- c. g*
dec 17-—150 rt ... . - A - , - M -*
Adrift, a large Aip’s YAWL, six oars, about 20 fee
long, yellow bottom; the. owner can on proving proper
ty, l avffig for this atfyertiaepeiit, and a small reward t<
die usigro, who p*cked her up* o»i applicationUni of
fice, obtain an order for fear
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On Saturday evening, nearVbe<
M ’OCKET BOOK, eontairaugianFtaTii
s, a one, and some
irawn by Jolin
•:id the other for
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