$mm% r , _
The subscribe! 1 has token the wharf end stores lately
occupied by Stanton 5t lived, wliere he Continues the
SfflP OHANDuERY and COMMISSION BUSINESS,
and has received in addition to his former large assort -
meat, by the two last arrivals from Liverpool and New-
York, a’ farther supply; among which are toe following
Bales of seamen’* Clothing, hogsheads Whiten, ditto
yellow Ochre, ditto red Ochre, paint Brushes, Paints as
sorted; casks trace Chains, patent does, best warranted
dub Axes, Anvils, sledge Hammers, patent coffee Mills,
boxes of Guinea English Mustard, bis. double defined
loaf' Sugar, chests hyson Tea, &c.
Which he will dispose of wholesale or retail, low for
Cash, produce or approved town paper. *■
q3* To let, part of the u.iper floors of said store, be
ing one of tne best situations in the city for business, if
application is made immediately.
A. H. Putnam.
The subscriber returns his 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 oak, hickory and ash WOOD at his Wood-Yard,
with drays in waiting to transport it from his wharf.
N. B. Purcltasers are requested not to pay the iiray-
m&a one cent, without a bill receipted.
June IB——t -^3
For sale or rent
The dwelling HOUSE, belonging to the subscriber,
inyirr*" ward, N*f. 4. The standing furniture, if re-
qiured, will be rented, with the house, for one year.
A Stable and Coach-House. The stable is sufficiently
large for four horses and the building new—situated on
the Commons, next door to Mrs. Fleming. Enquire of
the printer. dec 12 143
To Rent by the year,
The lower STORY of a large brick house, in Brough
ton street, well situated for a huge dry good store, ad-
joining Mr. John Waters’ comer. Enquire of
dec 12 - ^■m-*—w148
From the subscriber, on the 5th ult. bis indented ap
prentice Pbtlip Sasun, a lad about 14 years of age,four
feet five or six inches hi.h, light complected, fair hair,
blue eyes and mildly spoken. Whoever will return him
to the subscriber or lodge him in any gaol of this state,
shall receive six'and a quarter cents’ reward, All per
sons are cautioned against employing, harboring or car
rying him off, as the law will be rigorously enforced
against offenders. JOHN K. KING,
dec 12 *~w -148
A ontract wanted.
The Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church, being de
sirous of having the Tower of tl»e Church finished, and
the Bell suspended, g? expeditiously as possible, have
appointed the undermentioned a committee for having
the work done. The committee will receive proposals
for finishing the tower with frame work, to be about
twelve or fourteen feet elevation, terminated with a
dome. Proposals with a design of the work, may be
addressed to either of the committee. Tt'is understood
that the workman wilt find all the materials.
JAMES MARSHALL, ~)
AVILLI AM T, WILLIAMS. L Committee.
J. B. READ, 5
On the first Tuesday ns January next.
Will be sold at the Court-House in the city of Savannah;
A HOUSE and LOT, Situated on the west side of
west broad street; the property of the estate of Barbara
Unseld deceased. Sola for the benefit of the heirs of
said estate. Terms made known on the day of sale.
nOV 19—1—138 Jtg-viit of the heirs
A House and Lot, in St. James’s square; being one of
the most healthy ami 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 credi t of
one, two and three years given for the payment. Per
sons disposed to purchase will apply -to either of the
subscribers. BEN, SH EFT ALL,
M.. SHEFl'ALL, sen.
July 6-< m .
Savannah Toor Mouse aau Hospital.
VISITING COMMITTEE t
For November arul December,
BsifBchuocshs and Joszefl CmutTire.
J o^fcph C umming,
oat 31—*—136 , - - ' Secretary
Georgia^— likatham county.
By Samuel M. Bond, clerk of the court of ordinary for
the county of Chatham.
To all whom it may concern.
Whereas, Elisabeth Norton, of Savannah, has applied
for letters ofadroijjstration (with the will annexed) on
the estate of William F. Vort, lately of Savannah, dec.
Now, therefore, these are to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of tlifc said William F.
Port, to file thei!*ohject»ons (if any they have) in my
office on or before the 2lst day of December next, other
wise letters of administration will be granted to the ap.
* > *Given under jmy hand and seal of office, at Savannah,
the 21st day of JJffvember, 1816.
£L. S.J SAMUEL M. BOND,c.c q.
J. J. & F. Blauchanl
JTave lately receivtd,from France arul JVew- Fort,
A largeassortmeitof FANCY and WINTER G0Ot)Sj
Wiich they offer for sale on very Lhci-ai terms—among
tiiem are the following articles:
Wuite cut Silk, velvet and green do; figured, and plain 6-4
silk Lace; silk lace Piiormesand Handkerchiefs, black anil
White lace Viels and Shawls of various sizes; face Yiets,
Merino Shawls, very low; silk Shawls of all sizes and very
cheap; Mock Merino and cotton Sh.iwk; satin, 1 .evan-
tine, Florence and changeable Silks, assorted colors;
black Silk for dresses, of a superior quality; bi.uk, white
and Stripe : silk Hose, silk and cotton Fringes, imen
Cambric of all qualities, long Lawn, Led Lace, carpet
Binding, Irish Poplins, thread, suk ana cotton Laces;
black, white andcolored French Crape; black and color]}
ed Canton do; superfine blue, black, grey and drab French
Cloth, superfine blue, black, green, grey and brown Eng
lish do; superfine and common Cassuneres, assorted co
lors; low priced Cloth and pelisse' Cloth; bii'.e, white,
brown, drab and mixed Flains; black Florentine, Aiar-
seilles Vestingsand Vc'Stulets; black and colored Bomba-
zetsand Bombazines; white, red, green and yellow Flan
nels; white, yellow and green Cunyr-s; damask tabie
Cloths and Diaper, from 6-4 to 12-4; Russia Diaper; 7-4
and 7-8 linen Bedtick, cotton do; gentlemen’s and ladies’
black and white silk . Gloves, gentlemen's Leaver and
buckskin do; very fii»e French linen Sheeting', Irish do;
cotton, worsted and lamb’s wool lIo.se, children’s worst
ed and cotton do; children’s beuver flats with feathers,
7-4, 8-4 9-4, 1 Li-4,11-4 and 12-4 rose Bknvkets, Bristol do;
Bath Coating, 4-4 and 6-4 cotton Cambric. 6-4 figured do;
figured Lcuoesarid Muslins, jaconet and trmil Muslins,
darning woolen Yarn, asssorted colors; Estopilas; 4-4
and 7-8 Irish Linen, pocket Books, assorted sizes and
qualities, 3-4 and 4-4 plaid and striped Ginghams, cam
bric and common Dimity; white, plaid and ciiuinbray
Homespun, cotton anif linen Check, best Scotch and Ger
man Osnaburgs, Mock Madras and Romal Handkerchiefs,
fine Buffers, Mi.inet, Pius, assorted sizes; Cologne ana
Lavender Water, Antigua Oil, boxes of Perfumery ssOrt-
ed, hair Powder, powder Puffs, Stc. Also an assortment
of ladies’ work Boxes, Valices, toilet pin Cushions, Boxes
ornmented with birds and flowers, Necklaces, Purses,
Boyer’s French and English Dictionarv; together with an
assortment of fine ajul common Tumblers, wine Glasses
and Deearners. - ' nov 5 jet———-132
The Toll-Bridge over Great Ogechee River, at which
Joseph Hill lately resided—-it is a substantial weU built
bridge, composed chiefly' of cypress; it has stood the
creshets, and appears to be in all respects a good and
Complete piece of weak. For terms apply to
JOHN BOWOX or i ex'ors.
april 4 40 JEREMIAH CUYLBtt. 5 J. inn.
In the vicinity of Savannah
A tract of land, (known by the name of BoirabeHe, and
lately the property of a Mr. Ilretet) conUuung about
520 acres, is ottered for saie. It is situated about five
miles from the city of Savannah, w iUiin a short distance
of Thunderbolt, and on the salts. It has a very com
fortable dwelling house, a goitd bam and out buddings.
The above tract will be disposed of upon the most
reasonable terms, as the heirs of the estate, of which it
forms a part, are anxious for .. division of the property.
.Persons desirous of purchasing will apply fuf further
particulars to either, GEORGE JONRri,
.KBENKZER JACKSON or
oet 8——120 EDWARD F. TATTNALL.
Will be sold on the premises, at public oihcry, on the
I5lh day of January next, between the hour* of eleven and
two—that well known plantation in Ettinghan c unity,
long the residence ot the late Thorna* Poihili, sen. known
by ths name of Newington, together v.ith several tracts
of pine ’lanus attached thereto. Terms made known at
the time of sale. NA FAIIANIEL POLH1LL, > , ,
nov 23 140
COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE.
Proposals will be received for erecting a BEACON
on the White Oyster Bauk, one on Adam’s Knole,- one
on Cockspur, one on Racoon Lsfcmd, and two on tfit
Upper Mudfiat. Application tu he made to Auiei.iaw
Nichols, esq. JOHN G. HOLCOMBE, s. c. it
BOV 2 131
Three Dollars’ reward.
Per ship Harmony from Greenock, , i.J ui!l £ e ..
i f o rrth’cnlJirices, by Vie quantity ■
250 piece* Cotton Bagging
90 ditto ti .* Osiiahurg-s
12-lwjJsUe d? Earthum re
4 boxes wtKtl, wrd I box fide Hats
140 feigs white Lc.vl
■>4 fiikiiis best 'ScoLCh lieriings
2GC ljinTi[>ers Potatoes
4 ; pair long double Jack Screws
417 Po.s,- and 132 camp Ovens
40 tons Co.a will be sold tow, it taken from on bow
ul J ivt i a ailiuirj
Apple and Crab C;dcr in boxes of one dozen,
dec 5-0-145 J&meS J ° hnSt0n -
\ axuable Tands for sale,
Four hundred and fifty acres, prime tide swamn on
e Savannah * lack River, situated about ten miles above
the city, well adapted to the culture of Vice or the su-ar
<J»ne;upwards of one hundred, acres no.v under darn arid
cultivated by James Ancra®, esq. ' ‘
Also, a.tract, containing upwards of three hundred
acres, adjacent to tlie above tract- this tract will be
worthy the attention 0 f the ow ner of :be river sw amp
having some convenient buildings on it ; it also coiUaiiis
a good proportion of lngli [Air land, and tl.e ba „nce is
Well adapted 16^ the culture of Cotton and provisions—
also, a swamp, abounding with cypress and ether \alu».
, biso. a tract, contain mg five hundred acres, situated
on- Savannah River, a few miles above Parysburgb. know n
by 6ie innr.e of Bear UiuffL-this tract is very rllu.-.bVe, as
it abounds with white oak and oilier briber, suitable for
tlie Savannah market.
Also, two tracts of pine Land, in the vicinity ofPuryt-
burgh, well timbered.
The whole of the property will be sold on easy and
moderate terms. Apply to Joax Nun-ros, on the Okaties;
pr in Savannah, to
sept 7 107
To be sold, at pijblic'auction, in front «f the court--
bouse, in the city of Savannah, on Un first Tuesday in
January next, one: thousand acres of prime land, situate
on the south branch of Turtle viver,, Given ccinly—tiie
joint property of the Union Society, t hatliam Academy
and the Savaunah Poor-Honse and Hospital Socirb,
MrlikJi tract of Fitid Was originally granted to tlie Betiits-
d« College. Any person who ii els disposed to embark
lai-'tuy in tlie cultivation of cotton, corn or sugar-cane,
wxniid find this a most eligible situation. The granta can
be seen by applying at the office of Lloyd A Morrison,
in tlie Exchange. Terms of sale—out half rns!.. die ba
lance in one _\ ear, with interest from tile dale of pur.'
chase, secured hr bond awl Jt'ortgag-e, on the pr- iuises.
MOSES SHEFYALL, i r rcsi<ieur U. S.
B. w. HAI5EUSHAA1, Treasurer. C. .1.
J. MORRISON, Com. Sav. I 1 . II. uni 11. S.
aug 23 lb 3
r l'o rent
A five acre LOT, at Spiing Hill, with a comfortable
dwelling HOUSE upon it; possession to be bid iinme-
JHso for sale
An excellent LO F, situated on the Bay, 60 feet front
by 90 feet deep. Apply to
Jsmes G. Greenhow.
niv 30- in 143
i o l ent or lease.
That well known WHARF, at present occupied br
Taylor, Davis St. Taylor, wifi he lc f r one or more
years: it is one of the best situations f> r a lumber v. rd,
in Savuinn h:; os; ssiohnuiy be bad on the first o. De
cember next. For terms apply to
or* 3 ’ V>7
Uoitoii jLands, oil St. Simons.
Runaway on the first of June, 1816, Sixmos', a negro
fellow, with a hump on his siiotildei-s. Whoever- - dl de
liver the said fellow in gaol or to me, shall receive die
above reward. He was formerly the property the
Orphan House. fllOMAS LU'UEXA.
dec i'2- xi——148
Brought to gaol, on the loth of
December, 18l6,.a negro man, who says his name is Lvkk,
and that he belongs to Mrs. Juliet Elliot, widow of Bar-
net Elliot, of Charleston. He is about 25 wya-s of age,
and five feet nine inches high, he lias a smjiil wart over his
left,eye. V- ‘ H. M*CALL, o. c. c.
dee 12 148
Rv Samuel M. Bond, clerk of ihe vourt of ordinary of
Chatham county. To ad whom it liiav concern.
Whereas, John Gibson lias applied to me for letters of
administration on the estate of Israel Pannell, lately a
soldier in the army of the United State*, dec. As principal
Now, therefore, these are to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of the said Israel Pan
ned, dec. to file their objections, (if any they have) in my
office on or before the 7th day of January next, other
wise letters of administration will be granted to the ap
plicant. r _ .,
Given under my hand and seal at Savannah, the 7th day
of December, 1816.
SAMUEL M. UOND, c. c. o
To -be rented, for one or two years, a tract of Land,
about the middle of said FSi.nd^ ct-nt.-irirg 719 acres,
whereof hetttken 2 am: 300 are cleared ano under fence;
150 acres have rested for several yeuis and are ia prime
order for plaiting.
Also, ihe tract adjoining, called the Village, on which
there arc a dwelling house, ccntroning six rooms, with
lire pkc.es, ami two garret rooms; a barn of three stories
in height, cotton fcot.se, Ac. a gqou g.,rdeu, orchard arid
extensive pasture; As tU re-tire no miiidings on the first
mention* il l'r-.xt, it having- been always held as an appen-
d.ige to trie other, tin y must both be occupied by one
ptsson, and >s the kiwis **t tiie Village- wi.l only Le- r-.r.t.-
ed as a pasture, tlie re nt re-^uiredfor them and the builel-
ings ^rll be small.
Immediate -possession -will be given of the first tract,
aiul on the . 1st of January of the other.
Apply in Charleston, to Mr. Sphahs; in Savannah, to
Colonel Johkstox; or near l)a ■j-m, to huium Baiiiik-
Those lands would suit any person intending to make
a settlement on the ALtamaliu tide lands. .
aug l v +ak 98 ^
Bt Isaac Crews, clerk of tl.e conn of,ordinary for
tlie countv <if Camden and slatt ^kisaid.
Whereas, Marv EUJott, wi.iow.Tffid Thonr.as Clark, ot
said countv-, apply for lettriyif^-adu iristration (with
the will annexed) on the ml effects of James
Elliott, late of said county, dec^td.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and sin
gular, tiie kindred and creditors of the srid deceased, to
file their objections (if any they have) in my office, on
or before the first Monday in January next, otherwise
letters of administration, w;tnthc wiii annexed, will be
granted to them.
Given under my band and seal, at Jefferson, the Zia
‘dav of November, 1816.
fL.' S ] ISAAC CREWS, elk.