£ tiered for Exportation at tbt Cwftom-faufe, StiWUUii frm ths
tth of July 1 763, to the 10 tb of OSober infant* m
RICE, : 467 barrels Cedar polls, *39 1
Deer (kins, 18 hhds Ditto beams, 34
Purs, 2 bundles Handfyikes* 168.
Tanned leather, 1249 tides Oars, i
Pine lumber, 103,941 feet Beeswax, 8 calk#
Shingles, 182,800 Snake root, 1 barrel
Staves and heading, 148,165 Honey* 130 gallons
R*UM, 161 hog (heads Sugar, phoglheaag*
. 12 puncheons 10 tiercdl
27 barrels 26 barre®
Wine, 20 pipes Flour, 118 barnrilf
’ 1 hogmead Biscuit, 132 barrel**
13 puncheons ittykefe*
Beer, 21 barrels Salt, , 4670 bufkqp
Beer and Cyder, 58 hampers Negroes, . , jgjk
Mobiles, 40 hog (heads v ’ .*$ ;?•-.
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WHEREAS the fubferibejr, in a few months, propflH
to depart the province, therefore detires all perftsffij
who are any indebted to him tq make speedy paymeofj
©therwife mull pstt all his outstanding debts into tkfc harffe.;
of an attorney. lAnd all persons who have any demands
him are defirtdto bring in their accounts for payment.
He hath to fell THREE TOWN LOTS in Savannah#
and several valuable TRACTS of LAND, Vi i.
A trail, containing 1000 acres, known by the name of
Vale Royal, of which 220 acres is exceeding good rice land;
also 281 acres rice land op polite to it on Hutchinson’s ill ana,
a large new barn, rice pounding machine by water, a good
©veneer’s house, with ieveral other improvements, a mile
and a half from Savannah, as well tituated for pleasure and
profit as any trail in Georgia..
One trad, containing 800 acres, commonly know* by
the name of the Sabine Fields, formerly Mr, Thomas Bar
rington’*, about two miles and a half from Savannah, ex
ceedingly well timbered with white and red oaks, bays anti
pines, exceeding good land, at lead 200 acres of good rice
land, anew barn 72 feet by 64, a good dwelling-house, and
One trad, * containing 350 acres, two miles from Savan
nah on the Ogechee road, chiefly high swamp, pleafandy
situated, hath on it a dwelling-house, barn, and other im
One trad, containing 500 acres, on Little Ogechee, very
good, without improvements; it joins Mr. Haberlham’s land.
One trad, containing 1000 acres, in Halifax, fronting on
Savannah river oppofitc Matthews’s Bluff, the richest kind
of river swamp, well timbered with oaks and cypress. This
trad takes in two or three acres of high land for a set dement.
One other trad in Halifax, containing 450 acres, upon
the river, a noted place for a ferry, ©ppofite to Mr. Blake’s
barony; there is a house and improvements upon it.
Savannah, the sdMay, 1763.
W Herons, by an inquest taken the tqth day of March last, on
•view of the body of one Alexander Crawford', found dead
at the plantation of John Bfyuirt, on little Ogechee, the
ndrdia of the jury was, “ That the said Crawfbrd was /tabbed
“ end murdered by a negroefellow, named Sdpio, the property of
** the fluid John Milledge/’ which faidmgr o e, immediately after
perpetrating the said faa, made bis escape; and although a reward
of five pounds Sterling wa, offered by the /aid John Milledgefor
apprehending the said negroe, he hath not yet been taken * and
whereat it is of publick utility that the said negroe Jhould be brought
to justice, therefore notice is hereby given, That, over and above
Sir reward offered by the said John Milledge, afurther reward of
Ten Pounds Sterling will be paid by hij Majesty's Treasurer for
this province, to any perftm or ferfons who /hall apprehend the laid
negroe, and deliver him to the Prove/!-MorJhal at Savannah •
and if h/hould happen that the said negroe is killed in taking lim
tnfmh case, on a proper certificate andpSoof thereof, the pnfon or
psrfont /ball be sntitsea to a reward of Five Pounds Sterling
By order of hit Excellency the Governor. 5 ’
NOBLE JONES Treasurer.
* TO BE SOLD on very reasonable terms, by
JOHN SO N and WYLLY,
by the pipe, quarter calk, or any smaller
\ 1 Vlquantity* not less than three gallons;preferved fruits i n
(}>&* s Sfl J&tta rum by the hoglhead, Quarter cask, or any
not less than three gallons; northward ditto in the
like quantities; annifeed and clove cordials in casks of about
ij gallons; molasses and treacle by the hogfhcad; mufco
yadoftrgar by the hogshead, barrel, or hundred weight
(DafSle; soap in small boxes; Florence oil in cases containing
> dfee dozen of bottles; raifms in calks of about iod lb. 6
r Likewise to be fold, a parcel of likely healthy negroc
Hpen. Credit willjbe given to the firH of January.
L They have imported by die last vessels from Bristol, white,
tßgje, and green plains, of an extraordinary good quality.
a parcel orlive hogs.
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; FK A Mil. I S BLAKE,
[/ for jnd re o,
Pgymon hollajd;, V 4 tln, 6- 4 chcq.i,-.,
HHrttnfmture tantiri^h uc k abdtk, ozna-
ofLAND oppofi; e
* > , i° w ? of HarfoyjflEi. cdaßjuiwi. tfco acres exceed
jnigood for rice. Th< with a very
•rfifiy per&B towM,’ my treat with Henry
TOnge or John Talley, Efqrs.m Savannah, or at my plan
'**"*£.. ‘ JOHNWEREAT.
A few Cbpies- of the following A&s of the Ge
neral A flembly of this Province, ‘viz. -
-JK N Aft to prevent tqe dealing of horses and neat cattle,
XjL and for the more cffeftqal difeovery and punishment
lame J^onS aS walawfully brand, mark, or kill the
r r a^:ei^ain i n K qualifications of jurors, and
for enablifhing the method of balloting and summoning of
jhrors in the province of Georgia.
An Aft to prevent the bringing into and fpreadingof con
tagious distempers in .this province, and to oblige velTels
going out of any port within the fame, firft to produce, for
that purpose, a paßport from the Governor or commander
in chief for the time being; and also to prevent the har
bouring of lick sailors and others.
the eitate real and personal of absent debtors, in the custody
or power of any person or persons within this province.
An Aft to oblige ihips and other veflels ccmiug from
places mfefted with epidemical diilempers to perform qua
An Aft for eilablidling the method of appointing con
nables, afeertaining the qualifications of persons to lerve in
that office, and to point out the duties attending the fame.
dt fame place may be bad ,
Blank bonds, bills of sale, mortgage', powers of attor
ney, indentures, mils of lading, articles of agreement be
tween mailers of veflels and seamen, fummor.ies before the
court of conscience, and before justices of the peace, execu
tions for the ufc of magiflrates, Bcc. See.
TO BE SOLD,
A PLANTATION, situate on Savannfih river, con
jfx taining 950 acres of land, of which 850 acres is river
swamp, watered by (pring tides, and about 50 acres of it
cleared; the other 100 acres is exceeding good high land,
is chiefly cleared, and has a good dwelling-house thereon ...
The fwalnp abounds with a large quantity of very valuable
cypress, fit either for (awing or making of ih ingles, very
convenient to a market, being about 14 miles diiiant from
Savannah by land or water.—For further particulars en
quire of cither of the fubferibers at Savannah.
■ JOHN GRAHAM.