No. 197—Foi. XVI.
THURSDAY EVENING, OC
Whole No. 3148.
-fCC For Liverpool
SUL The fine f*«t railing »»up MARY-AN'N,
option Ijtubb*, luring more than one-fourth of
her atin ready to go on bund, will meet with
all possible div*tch. For freight or pasrage ap
ply to the aptrun on board, at llnnter** wharf, or
to STUKOES U BURROUGHS,
arpt 15——184 . No. 3, Commerce row.
The ship OGLETIAIRPE, apt Chat 1m
Jayne, to rail aa early in November aa possible—
tia now ready to receive her cargo. For freight
or passage, having Itandanme .accommodations,
apply to STURGES U BURROUGHS,
net 13 196 Mi. 3, Commerce row.
A For Boston
The packetbitg ALMIRA, J. Atwood,
master, will sail on Sunday, anti take such
freight aa may Cfler. Apply to
t S. 11. Porkman.
oet 13 w 196
The regular packet brig OLVNTHUS,
■.Sharp, master, will be dispatched on
■Wednesday, the 7th instaat. For freight
Tm, 1 WHcllli
fTko have Jor tale, landing from said brig,
Philadelphia auperfioe Floor
Beer, in barret
Bale Rope, first quality—Hay
Imperial and gunpowder Tea, in small cherts
Cotton Bagging—copper Stills—brass Kettles, &c
oct 3 a-—192
s, For Norfolk and Baltimore
“ The sloop
For freight or passage, apply on board
£at Hunter’s wharf or to
Nichols, Dobson & Hills,
oct 13 - — it - - —196
The stoop GENERAL WASHINGTON,
pThomas Coates, master, will'sail on Satur-
> lay next For freight or passage apply
on board, or to ISAAC COHEN.
oct 1.1 » 19*
*7* The subscriber bus removed his
office to the north room of the second story of
col Shad’s brick building, fronting on Johnston-',
square. RIUH’D W. HABERSHAM,
oct 6—it—193 attorney at law
|C7» The subscribers have removed fheir
olHce to the south room of the second story of
Col. Shad's bride building, fron'ing on Johnston’s
square. DAVIES & DltYSOAI.R.
oct 6—Lt—193 attorniet at law
Bills on Providence, (R I)
For wile by G£OiiviE GUKUUN.
100 pieces best quality In«<.ruea uotton Bagging
For sale by W. P. BEERS & CO.
oct 10 ■ 195
Coffee Tortoise Shell.
62 bags Coffee
160 pounds Tortoise Shell
Landing from schooner Martha, from Barracoa.
And for sale by M. HERHEKT.
ocl 10 ■—m 195.
300 pieces Cotton Bagging, for sale by
R. »y J. Habersham.
sept 29- o ■—190 -
Sugar, Gin, 8£c.
8 hhils prime muscovado Sugar
10 do northern Gin -
17 barrels Philadelphia Whiskey
30 do N. E. Rum For sale by
, M. Pettingill.
aU g SO 173 Market-square.
John C. Holcombe
Having t:.kenthe ware-house lately occupied by
... . ..... _,r I in ft,..
The subscribers have the phasure of announc
ing to their friends and the public in genera], that
they have just received an extensive asso< iment of
he best superfine CLO THS and KERSEYMERE 4 ,
w.th even other ai tide made use of in i heir line;
* sl, «.*h- —t*..;." — — I..by nurnt tit. pnt.
ners, from the most extensive aasortme-* n,
Y-irk, they flatter themselves that it is now in their
power to p'ease such as may honor them with a
call. CANNON & FOWLER,
oct 13 196 .Merchant Tailors.
Blanchard. Brothers & Co.' respectfully in
•rm their friends ami t »e public, that they have
Fleweiiin & Dickinson, offers h'S services i'n the' removed to the brick store, formerly occupied by
J .,,...... -net « otiiiuict'rnvr./vs! Messrs Way & llaker. on the Church lot, oppo
site to the east e id of Gibbons’ range; where they
FACTORAGE U COMMISSIONLINE.
His store houses are now undergoing a thorough
repair for the reception of pro luce, merchandize,
j,c.—and strict attention will be paid to ail busi-
ness committed to hi. cire
.tugusta, CGa J duly 1, 18'8. t 156
Having leased the wharf and nock, next but
one below that occupied by Messrs Bnows.
Grckxe & Co. announces to his fr.ends and the
public, that he will, on the Srst of November
next, commence the LUMBER F ICTORAGf.
and CO.MMISSIO.V BUSINESS on said wharf.
George VV. Collins.
sept 10 f 183
400.000Jiest boated SHINGl.ES Aoply to
■nSr Williamson <J‘ De Villers.
sept 24 f ' 8S
• Respectable and genteel ac-
, commodations may be lis.1 in a peasant anil heal
thy part of the citv for young 'adies. children, or
married ladies. Every attention will be paid to
their comfort or convenience, and the morals of
children particularly attended to Please apply
at this office. oct 10 x-—19a
Between thirty and forty Labonis are wanted
by the middle of October next, fir woom liberal
w^es will be given, on app.^to ^
septCS 189 agent for Crane U Baker.
Authorised td act for the Bar and River of Sa
vannah: BRANCH PILOTS.
N. B. Sisaon
Stephen H. Timmons I Henry Baker
John Hale ! ™? rd '
Ru order" of the Board.
y JOHN G. HOLCOMBE,
pril 29 100 see’ry commissioner* of ptlotag
Savannah Poor -House Hospital.
Or'cter and November.
Enenxxxn 8 Rxxs and JoNaxxaw Battxllx.
Joseph Cuturning, secretary,
.net 6 —193
. Blank Indentures
For sate «t this office.
Fresh Boots and Shoes*
,/csr sNtma, si ns saio uaiu,
Three hundred and seventy packages of Boots
and Shoes, selected particularly f»r the up-enun-
try market. . SAMUEL EVANS,
oct 13 196 of the Exchange.
Sugar, Coffee, 3fc-
50 hhds prone Muscovado Sugar
50 do do New-Orleans do
150 bags prune green Coffee
300 barrels N E Rum
For saie bv GEORGE GORDON,
oct 13 ■ 196
Prime white Baltimore Com,
3000 buahsls prime white Baltimore Com, and
500 bushels prime yellow Flint Com—for rale
in lots to suit purchasers, by
Nicholas S[ Neff,
WHO BATS IX STOSS
Rye Whiskey in hogsheads and barrels -
oet 13 196
The subscribers will contract to deliver from
10 to 80,000 bushels of CORN, at this place, at
different periods, between the first January and
first May nest. ' REA & BUTLER,
ocl 11—x 196
v ovrr.n ms sale
48 hhds prime Nc -Orleans Sugar, which has
been in store over eight months
50 casks Goshen Cheese
18 quarter casks sweet Malaga Wine
4 pipes Sicily Madeira Wine, 4 years old
5 barrels navy Bread
11 hhds 4th proof Jamaica Rum
300 pieces Cotton Bagging
Fancy and ornamental Chairs, and
A few bundles of prime Hay
oc' 13 r 196
Landing from brig Orion,
AXn von SALS BT THE SUBSCRIBERS,
6 half pipes Madeira Wine
20 qr. casks Malaga do
30 whole and tuff chests hyson and souchong
10 barrels mess Beef
20 do prime do
20 do do Pork
12 boxes English Mustard
20 do Spermaciti Candles
20 do mould do
10 baskets Sweet Oil
20 casks Cheese
4 pipes Gin
10 half barrels Salmon
10 do Pickles
20 boxes French Pickles assorted
49 do Spanish Segars
10 ban els Vinegar
6 dozen Curyy Powder
6 do Cayenne Pepper
Nichols, Dobson & Hills,
oet 11 l 196
New Fall Chois. ,
The subscriber has received by die
thorr e, s large proportion of his FALL,
consisting or A very general supply of
Linens, silk and cotton Hosing,
Hardware, Cutlery, ,
Crockery ware. Glassware, &e.
Which" be offers fire, sale on accommodating
terms. EUAS WALLEN.
William T. Williams
BAS JUST RECLITF.il.
New Tales of My Landlord—second series
Sinclair's Code of Agriculture
Captain Hall’s account of the great Loo-Cboo
Islands gl 50
Buckminster's Sermons, with a memoir of his
life 2 25
Blair’s letters on Rhetoric, abridged 75
Ditto 'Universal Preceptor 87i
Sirs. Opies New Tales, 2 vols 2 59
Franklin’s Works, 6 vols £18
Analectic Magazine, for September
An assortment of German Flutes and Clarmetts
sept 29- 190
Irish Linens and Sheetings.
2 cases assorted Irish Linens, some very tile, and
1 case Sheetings, very low charged
For sale by W. P. BEERS A CO
oct 3 192
For sale ,1
200 pieces first quality Dundee Cotton Bagging
aug 29 -177
Cheese, 8£c. V
100 casks best Goshen Cheese
16 quarter casks sweet Malaga Wine
4 barrels navy Bread
30 bundles Hay
300 pieces catton Bagging
With a variety of fancy and ornamental Cliprs
For sale by .REA & BUTLER
oct 6 193
nas JUST RECIEVED,
And offers for sale, on accommodating terns,
50 pipes pure Holland Gin
150 hhds prime Jamaica and St. Croix Sugars
100 barrels ditto
70 bags prime green Coffee
20 hhds rve Whiskey
200 kegs white Lead
300 kegs Gunpowder (Neter Hail Mills)
2 casks Li*seed Oil
2000 bushtls Liverpool ground Salt, in barrels
100 tin catty boxes Young Hyson Tea
200 pieces lint quality Inverness Cotton Bagging
oct 8—194 Bolton’s range.
Saw-Mill Cranks and Gudgeons.
A constant supply always on hand, direct from
the manufactory, to be bad of
S. C. Dunning,
aug 8—163 No. 2, Commerce How.
E. S. Kempton
Has removed his sUxk to the store formerly
occupied by Eaton Sc Johnston, opposite Mr
I’ouhney’s hardware store, near the Market; and
exoects in a few days a large and complete assort
ment of ladies’ and gen’lemen’s
Shoes and Boots,
if the best quality and newest ta-hions; also 6000
pair first quality NEGRO SHOES; which will be
sold at a small advance for cash or town accept,
ances. oct 13 196
ffer for sale, on accommodating terms, an assort
ment of French English and India DRY GOODS,
ort 13 196
YOUNG LADIES’ .
Boarding and Bay School.
Mrs Sandwich nnd Mrs HrLBcrr will open
their Academy in Autjnsta, at their former situa
tion in Green-street, on the first day of Novem
The various branches of polite and scientific
location will be taught as usual.
Mr. Elkazur Tract, from the north, an experi
enced and approved Teacher of Youth, will pre
side in the literary department for the ensuing
The Savannah Republican will insert the
above till November, and forward their account
to the Augusta Chronicle Office,
oct 13- 195
Three ROOMS in the second and third stories
of Thomas Gjbbons’ brick range No 6 Enquire
of PARSONS & LAY,
Some days since, by a *ugro woman, a BREAST
PIN. The owner may have the same b> proving
rewarding the finder, and paying for advertis
ing. Apply at this office. oct 13—j»-196
Having returned to Savamuh, tenders his pro
fessional services to his friends and the public. ~-
His residence is at Mr. Moses Cl eland’s, Market-
square. * sept 17—x f-—185
Chatham Suf-ericr mart, Mu, Term. 1818.
On the petition of Richard Kilpatrick, stating
that he had possessed a certain note in writing,
made and signed bv one Francis Lefils, payable to
the said Richard Kilpatrick, or order, on the first
day of January, one thousand eight hundred and
eighteen, for the sum of fifty dollars, with spay-
ment ,f six dollars indorsed thereon, a copy
whereof is annexed to the said petition, and toge-
thrrwith the affidavit of the said Richard Kilpat-
ick.and other evidence to prove the existence and
oss iif (hr said note is affiled in the clerk’s office.
On motion of Lesi S. D’Lyon. attorney for the
petitioner, it is ordered, that the said Francis Le-
liU do shew cause, on or before the first day of
the next term of the said court, why the prayer
of the petitioner should not be granted. And it
is further ordered, that this rule be published in
.ne or more of the public gazettes of the sud
state once a month, until the time appointed for
shewing cause thereon.
E rtract from the minuses.
Job T. Bolles, clerk.
June 30—-■$ ■ —--151
PER SHIP OGLETUOBPZ,
50 tons Iron
5Qtt-Jceg* wmfe LmJ - - —r-t—
ADD Ih-ird . — O V UiUUl
11 casks Carolina iloea For sale by
rept 19 186
Sturges & Burroughs,
Mo 3, Commerce Row.
Daviti Bnowx respectfully informs his friends
and the public, that he has removed from Mar-
ket square to the store (formerly occupied by
Mr. Robert H. Parker) in Congress-street, one
door east of Whitaker; where he is how opening
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Shoes and Boots,
Suitable for town and country,-
which have been principally received by recent
arrivals from the north, and will be sold at whole-
sale or retail, at a vyy moderate advance, for cash
or approved paper oct 10 l 195
Water Proof Hats.
William H. Hasan, of die city of Wifhington.
makes water proof Hats, in a very supperior
manner. These hats ape made of the same ma
terials as others, the only difference consists in
the stiffening, which renders them water proof.—
They are perfectly elastic, will resist water, thogh
immersed in it forty-eight hours, and maintain
theirtrue shape. They will wear two or three
years without requiring the aid of the hatter.—
The terras of sale, for wholesale orders, are cash
or good acceptances at reasonable dates.
The Editors of the Baltimore Federal Gazette,
Philadelphia Aurora, New-York Mercantile Ad-
vertiser, Boston Patriot, Charleston Courier, Sa
vannah Republican, Kentucky Gazette, New-Or-
l . ans Gazette, Pittsburg Gazette, and Raleigh Ite-
g ster, will please insert the above six tiroes, and
forward their accounts to W. H. for payment.
sept 1 jL- 178
' Plains, Blankets, §’c. Sfc.
The s-tbscr iters have received, by the Oglethorpe from
laverpnol. and several other late arrivals,
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PACKAGES
FALL and WINTER GOODSr
■ Comprising a very general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Articles;
Vhich they offer for sale, at a moderate ad
vance, for cash, cotton, op approved paper, at the
coraer stand formerly occupied by Messrs. Gau
dry & Dupon. C. KELSEY & CO.
oet 8 rx 194 0
FALL and WINTER GOODS.
By the ships Oglethorpe, Pallas and Mary-Anst,
just arrived trom Liverpool, the subscribers have
received an EXTENSIVE SUfPLT of
Comprising a complete assortment of Woollen,
Worsted, Cotton, Linen and Silk GOODS; which
have heen carefully selected by one of the firm—
and will be sold, by the' piece or package, -at a
moderate advance, for caWi, cotton or approved
paper.. ANDREW LOW & CO.
The subscribers have received by the ship Ogle
thorpe. a large proportion of their fall supply,
consisting of Woollens, Cottons, Linens and Silk
Goods; Hardware, Cuttlery, Crockeryware, &c.
which they offer for sale, either by the piece or
package, on accommodating terms.
* James Dickson & Co.
sept 24 ad 1R8
The subscribers beg leave to inform their friends
and the public, that they have removed from their
former establishment, to the western tenement- of
those commodious brick stores recently erected
on the church lot, opposite to Gibbons* range,
where they are now opening a very general assort
ment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, and other
articles in their line, just received by the late ar
rivals from England, which they offer for saio on
Low, Wallace & Co.
50 casks best London Porter, in good condition,
sept 29— ■— cy 190
Lumber Factorage -
The subscriber begs leave to inform his friends
and the public, that he continues to transact busi
ness in the above line, on Mr. John Hunter’s low
er wharf, next above colonel James Johnston’,
He has every convenience for the reception ot
lumber, of evety description; also s commodious
store for the storage of cotton, !tc.
oct 3 192
%* The subscribers having entered in
to copartnership under the firm of Halt & Put-
nam, as Lumber Factors and Commission Mer
chants, tender their services to t eir friends and
the public in the above line of bnsiness, and hope
that by their punctuality and attention to business
1° vu PH i, vr svre
WOOD, of which they now have a quantity, and
offer it at a moderate price
Geo. F Putnam.
sept 22 187
The subscriber haying estaiuisherf himself on the
Bay, over the store of messrs W & A Weyman f-.
Co. tenders his services to his friends and the pub
lic in general in the above line of business, and
hopes by strict attention to merit-a share of pat
ronage ROBERT RAIFORD.
sept 1 178
A handsome saddle Horse for sale.
Inquire at this office. oct 3 192
A handsome welt broke gig and saddle Horse-
sold for no fault, the owner having no use for him.
Apply at this office. oct 3——192
Ltacly from Hamburg, .
Offers his services to the public in the various
branches of his profession. He will be found at
the house of Dr. L. H. Fuerth, south of the rev.
Dr. Kollock. ' oct 6 193
0.V THE WESTERN WATERS.
The steam-boat Company are desirous of con
tracting for a regular supply of WOOD, to be or
dered for the use of the steam boats the ensuing
season, at convenient landing places on Oconee
and Altamaha rivers.' The Wood must be of pitch
pine, cut from the bodies of large trees, of high
land growth, and well seasoned.—Light-wood
would be preferred. Persons willing to contract
for the delivery at one or more landings, will
send their proposals, specifying the rate per cord
and the name of the landing, its estimated distance
from Darien, Mi'ledgeville, or some public place.
The proposals to be addressed either to Josxra
Hutchinson, treasurer, at Augusta; or Ricbsed
gj* The editors of the MilledgeviUe papers are
requested to insert the foregoing for 3 months.
aug 4 166
Day and Evening School
The subscriber returns his sincere thanks for
the encouragement he has had since be commenc
ed teaching tn this place; he hopes by a strict at
tention to his business, -to still share a part of the
public patronage: as 1 look upon a good educa
tion to be one of the greatest blessings in this life,
1 hope all parents and guardians that Rave (he are
of children, will send them to school—thousands
live as mere ciphers in the world for the want of
a good education. Terms of tuition, .from 4 to"
10 dollars per quarter. The subscriber would go
out two or three hours in a day, to teach in pri
vate fatnUiei where its not convenient to send.—
For further parties iara, please call on the subscri
ber, corner of York and West Broad streets.
» a . JOSHUA.H1QIPHKEYS.
sept .13 1- v
That pleasently situated DWELLING HOUSE
on the Bay, lately the residence of Mr. Wm. Mein,
with the lot and improvements adjoining,consist
ing of stable, coach-house, wine cellars, Yc. The
house has iat/ ly undergone a thorough repair; it
consists of two elegant setting rooms, fonr bed
rooms above, with closets and other convenien-
ores, the out buildings consisting of kitchen, ser
vants, houses and servant’s rooms, pantry, etc.
are all lately put up and in good repair, com
plete cellers under the house, the whote may be
viewed during the forenoon, and the servants will
be instructed accordingly. Terms one third cash
—the remainder in one and two years without in
terest. Apply to JOHN M’NISH.
From the 23d inst, three commodious ROOMS
in a three story brick tenement, suitable for bach
elors. Apply at No 8, Gibbons’ Range,
ret 8 —194
A large and commodious House, not far from
the centre of the city Possession will be given
on the first of November. Please apply at this
office. sept 17 185
To Rent ,
The whole of the eastern tenement of the new
STORES of A. S. Bulloch, esq. near the Exchange.
Apply at the Custom-House, or st the counting-
room of WILLIAM GASTON,
oct 3 192
Two Dwelling Houses, fronting Ogiethorpe-
square—a pleasant and healthy situation.
sept 19 f—-186
From the first of November next, the TWO
STORES on the Bay. at present occupied by
Messrs. J. Depass & L. Hart. For terms, apply
to HALL St HOYT,
sept 12 183
" To Let,
• One half of the store at present occupied by
Tefft St Perkins. Inquire at the store,
Store to rent.
That spacious new fire-proof STORE, recently
occupied by Messrs. Gaudry St Dupon. Apply
at the counting-house of JAMES S. BULLOCH,
sept 22 187
Fire Proof Store.
The cnbacriber offers to rent a Store and Count
ing Room, situated in the upper part of the large
stone buihling, lately erected on hit wharf. Ap
ply to WILLIAM TAYLOR,
sept 26——cn "189
STATE OF NEW-YORK. '
The College of Physicians and Sttrgeons. of the
University of the State of New-York, will coro-
m#nce the annual Course of Lectures, lor the en-
saing winter, on the first Monday of November
next, xt the College, in Barclay-street.
Dr. Hosack, on the Theory and Practice of
Physic, and on Midwifery, -and the Diseases of
Women and Children.
Dr. Post, on Anatomy, Physiology and Surge-
Dr. Macxxvsn, on Chemistry and the Materia
Dr. Mrrcuiu,. on Natural History, including
Botany, Mineralogy, and Zoology.
Dr. Hamzbsut, on the Clinical Practice of Sur
Dr. Mon-, on the Principles and Practice of
Dr. Francis, on the Institutes of Medicines, and
on Medical Jurisprudence.
Dr. Ds Witt, on Naural Philosophy.
Samuel Bard, m. d. president.
John W, Francis, u. ». register.
New-York, September, 1818-1—195
Bank of the State of Georgia,
Savannah, loth October, 1M18.
Notice—This Bank will be closed on Saturdsy
the 17th of October instant, in order to prepare
the Books and Accounts for the declaration of a
Dividend, therefore all bill* and notes falling due
on that day, must be taken up on Friday the t6<ih.
Customers are requested to hand in their Bank
Books, previous to that day, for the purpose qf
being balanced. By older of the board.
Anthony Porter, cashier.
net 13 196
Bank State of Georgia,
"Savannah, 21st august, 1818.
Betoketl, That twenty per cent of the capital
■tock of this bank, be and the same is hereby re
quired to be paid in, nn or before th^ first Mon
day in November next, by the stockholder! there
of—the same to be paid in specie, or bills -of ei
ther of the banks of-Georgia.
By order of the Board.
ANTHONY PORTER, cashier.
Note.—Stockholders may pay their 20 dolls, per
share, at the principal bank in Savannah, or at ei
ther of the branches in MilledgeviUe, Wa- hingte a
or Augusta, and obtain a.receipt from the cashier
on the back of their scrip certificate for the pay
ment thereof. sept 1 178
Augusta. August 25,1818.
Savannah River Navigation Conipany. '
At a meeting of the stockholders of this com
pany on July 22d last, it was resolved by the mem
bers present, that a meeting nf the stockholders
is requested to take place at the Globe Tavern,
in the city of Augusta, on Monday, the 26th of
October, at ten o’clock a n. The meeting being
called for important purposes, punctual attendance
J. W. L. Simmons, sec’ry.
The Editor of.the Savannah Republican is re
quested to publish the above until the expiration
nf the time mentioned, and forward his account
o the Company’s Office for payment.
“Pt.l—t—17JEL —-v —
Augusta, August 25, 1818.
Savannah River Navigation Company.
An instalment of 5 percent on the capital”stock
of the company is required tn be paid in to the
treasurer on or before 2d of November neat.
By order of the board, ,
J. W L. Stnv..ton8,A«^Yy.
The Editor of the Savannah Republican is re
quested to publish the above until the time ex
pires, and forward bis account to the Company’s
Office for payment,
aept 1 178
In consequence of John Muni’s retiring to
Beaufort, the copartnership of Giuett & Mnia
is this day disaolved by mutual consent. Those
indebted to the above firm are requested to make
layment thereof to William S. Gillett, who is-here-
ly authorised to receive the same: and also, to
settle all claims against the said firm.
Qj- The Business in Beaufort will be conducted
by John Milne, and that in Savannah by Williaj*
S. Gillett, hereafter on individual account.
William 3- Gillett,
march 18 65
The goods and effects, stock in trade, books of
account, &c. of Joseph Kitchen, of Savannah, sad-
ler, having been assigned to the subscribers, for
the purpose of making a ratable distribution qf
the money which may arise from a aale of the
same among his creditors, notice is hereby given
of the said assignment, to the creditors of the said
Joseph Kitchen, that they may present their de
mands, and to those indebted that they make pay
ment, to Jerexiah Cutler, attorney for the as
John Lohra, T
Abraham Carlile, ^assignees.
Edmuntl Kinsey, J
aug 4 166
The estate and effects of Andrew Erwin, A.
Erwin, Groce & Co. and Erwin U Co. having
been assigned to tbe subscribers for the payment
of certain debts in the first instance, and after
wards for tbe benefit of all thecreditorsof the said
concerns, notice is hereby given to those interested,
of the said assignment. All persons indebted to
the said Andrew Erwin, Erwin. Groce & Co. or
Erwin tc Co. are notified to pay the amount of
their debts to the subscribers only, and a spee
dy payment will be required, in order to enable
the subscribers to make a settlement of tbe affairs
of the said firms. All those having claims against
the said parties are requested to exhibit them tp
the subscribers, duly attested
GEORGE HARGREAVES, - )
JOHN M’KINNE. I
BARNA M’KINNE, >atsignea,
WILLIAM SIMS, I
Inarch 31 76
JGl persons having demands against the estate
of The late Robsrt James Houston, deceased, are
hereby requested to present, without delay,
their accounts duly attested to Messrs. It. Jt J.
Habersham; and those indented to make immedi
ate payment to them, or to the subaeriber
, 3 .PATRICK HOUSTON,
april 3—83 • adminittrator
All persons harm depends against the estatf
of John E Hartbibox, late nt the city of Savaq-
- ah, merrhan* deceased, will presept their ac
counts within the lime prescribed by law, and
those indebted will make immediate payment to
S. C. Dunning, arfm’r.
sept <9 ct! 190 >
Blank Bills of Sale.
Fqrjaale kt thia qfliQe. '