I’tttfcga!; r tad peka and gbod order was refloreand
And, that a few day* before he left Gibraltar, a ihip ar
rived there in fifteen days from Enghnd, the mailer of
reported, that S ; r George Pococke died on hi paf
ige home from the Hsvanna, and that one of his MajeSy’s
fcq *, from the fame place, had foundered at lea, but the
acrew were all saved.
March <6. Anew brigantine from Philadelphia, anti
ICaptahi Seymour from Moncfrrrat, for this port, have bedn
•IpoKC wita a Ibroiight ago on thi> coast.
. A brigantine is laid to be call nway on the Lfttog-Bay,
drom Montierrat bound for Georgia, called the Royal Char
lotte, and commanded by Robert Savery.
Cm tain Martin jn a Hoop from Antigna* in g'rest dillrcfs
having been plundered by a French -frigate in her passage)
and a Hoop from Providence* have ml To been spoke with on
♦ Yc.ierday arrived here Captain Caflilb, m seven d.Vs from
.the Havarna, who brings no other publick news, than that
traafporu were arrived there from Jamaica to carry off the
t Brink* troops; and that it was expeded they would be ready
.to remove oy the firft of May nexti
LaR Saturday a very fine Jhip that will carry about i too
barrels of rice* her frame of timbers all live-oak grown to
, the mould, built by Mr. Emery, was launched at Mrs.
Fro/t’s place up the path.
- RICE , forty Sh.Uings*
If* I ‘-ill. . ■ I. i
\ SAVANNAH, April 7.
ON Tuesday the 19th of March, his Mujcfty’s procla
mation for a cessation of arms was proclaimed here
with tht usual formalities.
Monday the 28th eh. John Mullryne, F.fq; was cho r en
-member of Affeinbly for 4e dill rid of Golhen, in St. Mar.
thew T * parilh, in the room of William Francis, Esq;
The fame evening Alexander Crawford, Overseer At the
plantation of John Miiledge, Esq; at Little Ogechee, was
found dead, supposed to have been murdered by a Negroe
fellow belonging to the said Mr. Miiledge, who has since
disappeared. A party of dangers were the next day lent
in search of him, but he has not yet been heard of.
We hear from good authority, that, by the lad account*
from the Creek nation, every thing remained quiet atnongd
. Thursday last an express arrived from Gener.j Amher%
to Captain Wills, of the Marlborough transport Ihip, which
put in here a few months ago to r£ht, ordering him imme
diately to repair to Ncw-Yor.k.
His Majedy s Ihip the EpreuvO, wkich had the misfor
tune to ran athore oa Cockfpur point, is in a fair way of
being got off.
SAVANNAH PRICE CURRENT.
By the C*wt.
Rice, from sa. Bd. to 6s.
By the Barrel.
Common Tar cs.
Beef, 11. 1 os.
By the Pound.
i ludico flora * none.
Do. be ft copper & blue, nonet
*d fart, none.
-Do. jd, mne
Deer fkin*, from 2*. to 2s. 2d.
Raw ditto, is. Bd.
Tanned Leather, 6d.
By tbt Thou/andi
Red Oak Hog (head Staves, zb
White Oalelio. * . 3 1.
Ppe Staves, 51.
rme Lumber, from inch
board* to-ranging timber,
from 3 tf tb per 1000 feet.
_-, - * tkt BujbeJ.
Indian Com, ‘ is. 6d.
By tb: Hogjbcid.
Jamaica Rum, from 4.?. to 4**
6i. the gallon.
Barbados Do. from 2s. gH. to
is. the gallon
Antigua Do. from 2s. 9di to
3s. the gallon.
St. Kitts 80. from as. 9J. to
3s. the gallon:
Nvw-York Do. nr nr.
Philadelphia Do: none.
New-England DO: none.
By the Pi^ti
Madeira Wine, 301.
By the Ciut.
Mu r covado Sugar, from il.
10s. to 21.
CbyedDo.. al. 10s.
Flour, il* * s
Ship Biscuit, >b
Bar Lron, lb 10s.
Coffee, 2b 1 os.
By the Barrel.
Double Beer, none .
Single Do. none.
By the Bujbrf.
Coarfc Salt, as.
M ‘, „ c V orf * I *£ r ; t r.wrfjtj r*w* B ,. p rom
7, Schooner I) bee, Thoma, Tucker, Ci.aHeltewa
, ong. George, Nathaniel Donnel, Jsvaicu
25, hlo ,p Savannah, John Dunbar, St. EuCa ia
,9 f r, K- Dar by, Israel Boardman, St.Kict*
28, Schv oner Mary, Richard Wright, Charleftowu
Aarii * Schooner Charrmng Ntlly, Ja es Brown, Ditto
A > nl 6 Brig. Betsey, Daniel Campbell, St. Ur ix
M Entries Outwards. for
March 4, Schooner Dispatch, Peter Laffitte, Charleftov n
Schooner Queenby, Simon Tufts ’ Dto
5. Sloop Charming Kitty, John \ icary, Jam ica
11, Schooner I ybec, Thomas Tucker, Charlctlo ii
14, Snow John Sc Elifabcth, A. Lundbury, London
21, S oopHope, Jeremiah Bickford, Bo:hm
2 L Sloop Mary, Daniel Robbins, St. Croix
24, Schooner Sally & Betiey t Tuo. Splanc, St. K its
28, Sloop Fanny, Thomas Stcnhen r on, Ditto
Schooner onathan, Jarvis Williams, Charlcllovvn
S.oop Polly & Betsey, John Hamer, Mont errat
2, Schooner Charming Nelly, J. Brown, Charleftov a
0, Br g. George, Nathaniel Donnel, Philadelphia
Sloop Sally, Reuben Giles, Virginia
‘px# *'#. vxo&ycjiot, >;
GEORG I A, March 30th, 1762-
WHrrea:, by an inquej} taken the ZC)tb Jay of this infant
Mat ch, on virus of the body of cue Alewand r C.rwjlrd %
found dead at the plantation of John Miiledge, Ejf, us Uitl Oge
cJxt, the vet dtA cf the jury was, That the j aid Crawford unat
slabbed and murdered by a negroe fcllervj na/md S tftc, the /.refer tv
cj the fa id Mr. Miiledge, •which Juid negroe has maiie h.s ejeap-:
ThfJe are therefore to inform allperjons thereof ac t uaint:ng them,
that a reward of Five Pounds Stc. ling will he given, by the
owner of tb-ja.d negroe, to air; on or perjons who j hull apprehend
the jaid negroe alt-v, and deli ver is m to the keeper of tit gad ia
Savannah', and, in caje he cannot be taken alive, Thirty Shil
lings Sterling to any person who Jhallproduce Ins head to one of the
jajhces of the peace for the parijh of Cbnjl-Church.
N. B. The fjsd uegroc is a middle'fzedjTHow, has his country
mark on his left arm andbreajl ; be is well ttno wn a: .h plantati
ons about Little Ogecbce.
THE fubferiber intending to remove.to Philadelphia,
has to fell two lots, very pleasantly situate 1 in the
town of-Savannah, one hundred and twenty feet in fro t,
and ninety in depth; a good dwclling-houfe and hitcheh
thereon, anew llore for dry goods and a counting-room
with a hre-place in it, large out-stores, a liable and chair
houfe, with all other convenient out-houses new, a well of
very good water in the yard, a good garden with many
Iruit-trces, vines, and ufcful roots, intWcd with a nevv
fence of cypress boards. Alio fronting said lot , .1 wharf,
140 feet front, and too in depth, a craae-hou e on each
end, two pits, blocks, fall, capfonand llage, f*i able to heave
down two velTels at once; a ilorehoufe thereon, fd feet 1< ngj
and 45 feet wide, four dories high, divided into ten r >mr.s*
futficient to hold 2000 barrels of rice; a machine to hoiil
goods from the wharf into either dory, or into the upper
one, where they are rolled through into the town; t.v*> nu n
are fulficient to hoill and store a hogfh ad of rum ; the ho fe
is new, well built, and of g od timber, the foundatiort
Ibrong and well made with brick.
Also, A tra:d of land, 12 milqs from town, and two froni
the river Savannah, containing 600 acres, 200 of which nee
land, the red very good pine.
Another traft, fix miles from town, and two from the ri
ver Savannah, quantity 450 acres.
Likewise, A trait on Ogethee river, has a fine bluff, con
tains 250 acres, nearly divided between rice swamp and high
Two years credit will be given for part of the purchase
itioney. , d[io to be fold,
Anew schooner, burthen 10a barrels rice, and draws but
five and a half feet water when loaded; a Hoop very well
fitted that will carry 200 barrels rice; and a good chair and
chair horse. ‘ JOSEPH WOOD.
*f Ad ver.i/eenents given/ft at th Priruing-Qf'-t* ft# either of
the C'arlfh'j.n nevji-fcftny u'i/J let parr.tuiar care of % And