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’■s. few Co- oTthe Mowing Ads of the Ge
’ : n<jrai A&ably b£ this Province, viz.
’ A N Ait to prevent the Healing of hprfea and neat qittle,
’ jf\ a,id fur the more etfedoal difcoirery andl pnnilhinent
cl &££ a* fliaU mkmb iljy hnred, mark, orktlithe
no A5 for aftertaiaing the qoaliicarion* of jurort, and
foi edapUSang the methad of balloting and ftunmonmg of
j rorMu the province of Georgia. <
An AA to prevent the bringing into and fpreadingof con
tarioas .iifeLer, inthio province, and to oblige vdfeb
fiOiuit out of iny port within the fame, hrto produce, for
That purpose, a passport from the Gotreroreor commander
in chpet so- the time being; and also to prevent the har
boaring of ficfc failortand others.
An Aflfor fnbjeaing and making liable t attachnrent
the estate real and petfpnal of absent debtors, in the cuHody
or power of aay perfofi or pcribns within this province.
An Ad fc oblige ihips and other vcffels coming from
, places.infearsl with epidemical distempers to perform qua
At fame place may be body
Blank bonds, bills of tale, mortgage , powers of attor
ney, indentures, bills of lading, articles of agreement bC-
mailers of veflela and Teamen, l ummonics, executi
ons for the use of magi ft rates, &c. &c. Sec
* * 1 Sa vA.JIH am, tot May, 1763.
-T T 7 Hereas, by an inqutfi taken the tg/h day of March i*fi, ft
V Y view •/ the body •font Alexander Crawford, found dead
at the plantation of John Milledge, Efqurre, on Ltttlt Ogechet, the
verdiS of the jury was, “ That the Jaid Crawford *was fobbed
“ and murdered by a negroe ftHcrw, named Scipio, the property of
*“ the/aid John MiUedgei” which/aid negro*, immediately after
perpetrating the fetidfa& % made his efcupe\ and although a reward
of fivy pounds Sterling was offered by the said John Mi Hedge for
apprehending the said negroe * he hath not yet been taken and
whereas it is of pstblich utility that the said negro* Jbould he brought
$0 jufiict, therefore notice is hereby given, That , truer and above
*r reward offered by the feud John MiUedge, a further reward ts
en Pounds Sterling will be paid by banMstjefifs Treasurer for
ibis province, to any person or ierfens who fall apprehend the Jaid
and deliver him to the Provofi-Mtirjhul at Savannah ;
find if it Jhotdd happen that the fold negroe it killed in taking him,
injuch case, on a proper certificate and proof thereof, the person or
ptrfoas JhaUbe intitled toa reward of’ Five Pounds Sterling.’
By order of his Excellency the Governor.
. NOB LE J ONES Treasurer.
RCJN AWAY from the fubferiber, about fix months
ago, a NEGRO FELLOW called Cyrus; he is a Ihort
thick, and well Tet fellow, country bom, and talks good
English, but fpe&ks low, and is about 24 or 25 years of
age.-h-Also, about four month; ago, another NEQRQ
. FELLOW named Coffe; he U a tall and Aim young fellow,
very much pitted with the final! pox, he if also country
born, and speaks gbod Englilh.—Thefe two are supposed to
be gone up towards Augulla, as Cyrus was seen and in
custody near that place, and as the other was taken up there
lass year.—Also, another NEGRO FELLOW called Casar ;
he is a little &ffow, and speaks but verv r indifferent Englilh!
is of the Angola country; he is Tuppoied to be lurking near
Savannah, as he has been taken near that place several times
before.-——Whoever brings these negroes, or any of them,
to the fubferiber at his plantation, or to Mr. George Bail
lie merchant in Savannah, (hall be fufficiently rewarded,
according to the trouble they have been at, and all legal
charges paid; and if he can find that they, or any of them,
has wen harboured or kept in secret by any perion or per
sons whatever, he will prosecute him or them to the utmost
of his power; and any person fiiall be well rewarded that
can give certain information by whom they or any of them
have been so harboured or secreted.
Morton-Had, near Savannah. DA. DOUGLASS.
Hth July, 1763.
SAVANNAH: Printed by James Johnston, at the Printing-Office in Broughton -
Street, where Advertisements, Letters of Intelligence, and Subscriptions for this
Paper, arc taken in*
, TP ?B %OLD REASONABL E .
’ A TRACT of LAND on Augustine’s Creek, about 10
jf\ miles from Savannah, tdjoiufog lands of Mcfirs. Ah
guftine Houftoun, Cuthbcrt, Bullpen, and Van Munich,
.containing a good body of tide swamp, the rest pro via on
land and pine barren. .
A traifof land of too acres, in Pwyfburgh townfliip, £t
for planting and (awing, with a trail of 127 acres opposite
thereto, containing chiefly cyprefa swamp. There is high
land on each trad close to the river which never overflows,
‘and a large quantity of pine land adjoining the firft tract re
‘ An exceeding good farm lot, No.i. in Sloper tything,
Percival ward, adjoining the garden lots of Savannah, and
-lpta.of Meflrs. Brown, and Francis.—Enquire
of xhe printer. .
ANDREW DARLING fc SIMON MUNRO,
At the floret of Mefirs. John and James Graham and Cos.
at Yamacraw, and Mr. Moflman’s (lore on the Bay,
MENS and womens belt leather (hoes and pumps, wo
mens ftuflF ditto, childrens leather Morocco and
Raffia rands, and an aflortment of felt and caflor hats.
. The above to be fold fpr ready money, or a (hort credit,
on the moft reasonable terms.
JUST 1 me ORTED, “
In the ftcof Two Friends, Lawrence Farrell, from New-Tert,
F k RESH flour, (hip, ureter, and butter bread, rum, cho
colate, soap, a few barrels of cordials, white w'ine
vinegar, linseed oil, a few hogfhead* of choice Bourdeaux
claret, and a few barrels of beer and cyder, to be fold very
low, by , ALEXANDER FYFFE and Cos.
They have also imported, in the Indian King, Baker, from Brifiol,
An aflortment of nails, beer and cyder in hampers; and
from St. ChriftopHers. a few hpgflieads of rum, which they
will dispose of on the moft reasonable terms.
TO BE SOLD on very reasonable terms,
By Johnson & w ylly,
GOOD Vidonia wine, Weft-India rum, Northward
ditto, molaflcs, Philadelphia flour, bifeuit in kegs,
hams, hard soap in boxes, annifeed, and clove cordials.
They have also to dispose of, a very neat new chaise set on
steel springs, a small fire engine, ana a very curious pocket
TO BE S O I D
NINE HUNDRED ACRES of LAND, (even hundred
of which is good back swamp, very convenient for
damming, about 14 miles from Savannah, at the head of
Five hundred acres on a branch of Midway river, two
miles from the town of Snnbury. *
Five hundred acres on a branch of Newport river.
Also, a tract of two hundred acres on Little Ogechee ri
ver, nine miles from the town of Savannah. ‘ ‘ 1 .? ■
N. B. Three hundred acres of back swamp adjoining
said trail for sale.
Credit will be given for two thirds of the purchase money
any reasonable time, paying interest and giving good Secu
The plats may be seen by applying to Mrs, Elizabeth
•Tannatt in Savannah.
To be fold, on Saturday the 6th day f A tguft next , for ready
money, at the Jl'atch-houje in Savannah,
A TRACT of TWO H NDRED ACRES of LAND
in St. Andrew’s parilh, butting and bounding south
west on land of David Miller on Sapeilo river, the proper
ty of Mr. John M'lntpih of St. Andrew** parilh, and seized
on execution by
July 4* 1763. MATT. ROCHE, Prov. Mar.
W A N T E D,
AN APPRENTICE to the PRINTING BUSINESS.
Enquire of the printer.