TO IS SOLD,
By JAMES JOHNSTON*
At the Printing-Office in Broughton-ftreet,
The following BOOKS, viz, ,
R E-volution* of Portugal
Swift's talc of a tub
le dsable hoiteust
Hifory of Charles the Xllih of
• , Sweden
Age of LevNs the XlVtb , by Vol
taire > 2 vols, I tmo
Naval hifory of Great-Britam,
4 vols. 12 mo
Rollin's ant lent hijhry, 10 Wj.
Verm's heights ts Malta, 5 volt,
Rollin's belles kttru, 4 vols. I tmo
Hiflory of the Arabians, 4 vols.
Cato's utters, 4 vols. 12 mo
Hume's political difcowrftt
Spectator, 8 vo ls. 12 mo
Cosnoifeur, 4 t vols. 12 mO
Adventurer, 4 vols. 12 tno
Guardian , 2 vols. 1 Zmo
Add-forts works, 3 vols. liW
VertOt's revolutions of Sweden
Burnet's hijhry , 6 vols. I2**
Military hiflory of England during
the civil vtar
Mabfy's principles of negotiation
Swift's hijhry ofQyeenAune
Bacon's es ays
Mokcrds works, 5 vols*
Shakejpear's works, 8 vols.
Collection of plays, 3 vols.
Voltaire's Uturt on the MngUjh
‘ Butler's HudibrOi
Keyjler's travels, 4 ito/fi 1 Into
Ferdinand Count Fathom, 2 vols.
” Memoirs of Brandenburg
Locke's ejjmys abridged
Gordon's use of King Robert the
’ F itxcjcurn's letter 1 onfevtra!fub
. j e &*
\Ludlow*smemoirs, 3 vols. time
‘ VAleuts Pat creates ,
Marriage ceremonies at now uftd
in au parts of the world
’ Ramsay's Evergreen , 2 volt,
Free mafon't pocket companion
Ewing's, Hill's, Fisher's , ffll
fon's, and Dorm's arithmetick
Atfasne place may be had\
The South-£arolina Almanack and RsciSTta for
1763. And a compleat let of whole Iheet maps of the
four quarter? world, engraved by J. Jeffreys geo
grapher to his Majeffy.
SA V ANNAH: Printed by James Johnston, at the Printing-Office in Broughton-
Street, where Advertiiemcnts, . Letters of Intelligence, and Subscriptions for this
. Paper, are taken in/
Gee on trade
Law on trade
Comoro on health
Elaborately laid oped, dr tie fe
rrets of modem cbcmijhy and
A critical difertatiom on the hook
ofjob, by Charles Peters A\M.
Henry on sober-m ndednefs
Tennant on regeneration
Ray's wisdom of God
Mrs. Rowe's devoid extreifes
Watts's redeemer andfem&ifer
Watts on the paj/tosti
——— on prayer
Glorj of Cbrif, by fTdtfS
Olivet's thoughts of CieerO
Hiflory of the ten perjeeutiom
Erejkine's gojpcl fonuets *
Black leek'l poems, 1 vols 12M*
Font entile* s plurality f worlds
TillotJon's sermons, 1 o vols. limo
Toung's night thoughts
works, 2 vols. 1 2mo
Jofef bus's works, 6 vols. 1 21*0
-*■” crook in the lok
Bojlon on the covenant
Barrow on contentment
Wright on regeneration
Henry on prayer
Dodridoe's rtje andproertft of rt
ligionin the foJT^
Wiliijon on the sabbath
Willtfon’ sfacromental meditations
■’ ■ ajjUftcdmast's compa
Dunlop's sermons, 2 vols. I zmo
Bijhop Patrick's difeottrjes
Gilpin on fat on's temptations
Wudafon's religion of nature de
Evans's sermons, 1 vols.
Prate fan! fyfltm, 2 vols *
Whole duty of man
Dickenfon's letters on feveredfub
Sherlock cn death
Confejfion of faith
Ruddiman's rudiments add greed
Dyfc he's fpJlitig-book
Bibles, and New-Tefoment!
Cattthifms of different forts ,
A tL peHbns havirfg ddnands agatnft the Hiatt of If#*
/\ Edward Somerville, decealed, are deli red to give
in their accounts, properly a tufted, and those indebted to
the laid estate to make immediate payment, to
JOHN RAE, and \
- THOMAS EATTON, J * xecotof| *
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TO BE SOLD
THE very valuable PLAN TATI ON on which the fub*
feriber now lives nt Jofephtown, lately poffeffcd by
Patrick Mackay, E% which, for goodness of the land) and
agreeable situation, is not inferior to any upon the riv<*r
Savannah* It is 11 miles from Savannah by land or water*
A reasonable credit will be given lor great part of the pur.
chafe money* For further particulars enquire of Georrfe
. Cuthber , Efqj or HENRY KENNAN.
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THE high bred English Hoati V A LIA NT, 1 j
hands and a half high, will cover mares this season,
at my plantation near Savannah, at a guinea a leap, cr three
guineas for the season; five guineas to infare that the nine
lhall hold to the horse, if not, to be sci ved gratis next year.
Good care will be taken of all the mares that ffiall be lent.
* N. B*. The money to be sent with the marcs, and as. 6d.
to the groom*
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RUN AW AT from my plantation about eight tLiyt ago,
A TALL Ncgroe Wench named Jeanic, this country
born, and fpcaks.good English. Whoever dcLvata
laid Wench to me lhall have ten millings reward.
March s th, 1763.
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A Vary fine ISLAND, plefantly faulted on a navigable
creek, between Whitmaih island and Augutunc's
creek, near Half-Moon Bluff, very convenient for hiking,
confitting of 3 34 acres of as good indico and corn land as any
in the province, very fuitabic for raifuig of flock, on which
there is a good run fit for Helping of water for indico j 20
acres are well fenced, and about 30 of the whole cleared.
Alio, A finall dock of cattle, confining of about jn
Any person inclinable to purchase, may apply to
WILLIAM Gi EBONS.
THE fubferiber being under a necessity of bringing his
affairs to a speedy fettlemeut, theie ate therefore to
beg the favour of those indebted, to make immediate pay
ment. Their compliance will be gratefully acknowledged
by . WILLIAM WRKjHI?
RUN AW AY from my plantation near Savannah , about Jive of
fix weeks ago, .
ANEGROE MAN, natned Primus, belonging to James
Skirving, Efqj of Ponpon. Whoever takes hm up,
and delivers him to me, lhall be rewarded.
March 7, i 7 Lu JOSEPH GIBBONS.
BENNET, late of died at my plan*
JL tation a few days ago. His relations or creditors may
have his horle, watch, and other effects, by applying to
March 7, 1762. JOSEPH GIBBONS.
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LOST or MISLAID,
A SMALL PACKE7', directed to Mr. Jacob Spencer,
and to be left to the care of Mrs. Abigail Minis, in
doling a bond of upwards Thru Hundred and Twenty Pound:,
Carolina Currency # from Mr. John Alvcy to Joshua Lockwood
watch-maker in.Charleffown. Whoever has found the fams,
and will deliver it either to Mr* Lockwood in Charlcftown,
or to the fubferiber in Savannah, lhall have n Guinea reward*
and no questions diked. WILLIAM WRIGHT.