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FREDERICK HOLZENDORFF, Saddlir,
IVES notice to the publick, that he has opened a shop
\Jf opposite Mr. Fyffe’s store, and next door to Mr,
Wrigh* filveriinith, where the following work is made and
mended, via. Mens, womens, and boys faddles,"bridles,
and houlings, harncfs, chairs lined, and whelre all kinds
of faddiery may be had at the moft reasonable rates. As he
is well provided with materials for carrying on his business,
he hopes to give intire fatisfa&ion to those who may employ
As he intends to move with his family from Sonbury to
this place by the firft of January next, he begs the favour of
all those indebted to him to pay off their fereral notes and
‘ accompts by that time, in order to enable him to fatisfy those
to whom he is indebted. He will be glad his former cufto
•mers will continue their favours; they may depend on being
pun&ualiv served, and on e&fier terms than in Sunbury.
Wanted, Two apprentices well recommended for their
hone fly. ‘
TOBESOLD, on very reasonable terms, by
ALEXANDER FYFFE and COMPANY,
A Parcel of likely new Negroes, a quantity of exceed
ing good white plains, ltripped duffil blankets, ship
bread, flour, fait, an aflortment of nails, cordage, old Ja
maica rum, bottled beer and cyder, chocolate, coffee, rai
sins, pickles in cases, Florence oil, annifeed and clove cor
dials, Ac. 6c c. Ac. • *
Rum anvay from the Jbip Sea Nymph, Capt. Grant, tlx 14 tb
f injfantj •with bis irons on*
ALEXANDER DEWALL, a convidt, about 36 years
of age, five feet eight inches high, has grey eyes, his
face is pimpled, wore a cape, a blue fear-nothing jacket,
Gripped waistcoat, and canvass breeches. Whoever appre
hends the said convift, and brings him to the ship, fhafl be
handsomely rewarded by JOHN GRANT.
, ■ F* O R SALE
THE PLANTATION belonging* to the fubferiber,
situated upon the road leading to the Orphan-house,
tbout five miles from Savannah, containing about 700 acres
of very good land for rice, corn, or indico, having a large
quantity of cypress, very convenient for the Savannah town
market, with convenient plantation buildings mostly new.
The land is well known, being what I planted this year.—
Likewise, 500 acres of pine barren adjoining it, convenient
for sawing. Any person inclinable to purchase may ap
ply to Jonathan Bryan, Esq; or to me at Charleftown.
* JOHN SMITH.
Corn, peafe, potatoes, cattle, and sheep, to be had rea
son ably at the plantation by the purchaser.
MR. John Baker informs me of a dark bay STALLION,
four years old, neither docked nor branded, 13 hands
and a half nigh, taken up by him about a month ago.
Whoever owns the said stallion mud prove their property
before.me. JOHN ELLIOTT, J. P.
ot. John’s Parish,
Nov. 14, 1763. . ,
Notice is hereby given by the surveyor ot the town of Sa
vannah, and the common thereof,
TO all persons that have not worked upon the town and
common aforefaid, as by law required, that they do
forthwith pay into the hands of David Montaigut, Esq; their
rcfpe&ive fines, otherwise executions will be lflucd against
ALL pe.fons having any demands againit William Afh
fiela, deceased, are desired to bring in their acconu*s,
ind those indebted to him to make immediate payment, to
LEVI SHEET ALL.
THURSDAY* November 1763.
Lo NDON, August g.
following is a lift of the sea officers
appointed to command his Majesty’s
squadrons in the different parts of the
Jfagfi T w °rW, via. Jamaica and the Windward
Islands, Sir William Burnaby* Knt
Rear Admiral of the Red. Barbados and
the Leeward Islands, Richard Tyrell,
* . , Esq; Rear Admiral of the White, North
America, Right Hon. Lord Colvil, Rear Admiral of the
White, Mediterranean, Hon. Commodore Hervey. Coast
of Africa, Commodore Cleveland.
. The plantations in the Grenades already fold on the spot
amount to 9,610,000 livres, or 280,2901. fterl. exclufiveof
what has been fold in France, which may be of nearly equal
value. The French governor has declared St. Lucia a free
It is reported, that one cause of our present armament by
sea is on account that the French have already begun to in-.
fringe the articles of peace, by fome proceedings at New
We hear that Sir George Colebrook, Bart, banker in
Threadneedle-ftreet, has laid out upwards of ioo,oool. in
purchasing lands in the conquered islands in the Weft-In
Juptjl ir. We hear that 12 merchants, eight of whom
are Jews, at Amsterdam, have lately failed. One Dutch
houfr is said to have failed for no less than 800,0001.
Augufi 13. The last letters from Poland brought accounts
of two great fires; one at the town of Kobelin in that king
dom, where the Roman Catholick churches, and all the
houses in that place, were deltroyed; and the other at Duna,
in Ruffian Lithuania, where about 700 houses, with several
monallerics and churches, were reduced to ashes.
They write from Paris, that three new 60 gUn ships are
ready to be launched at Brest, and that they continue build
ing men of war in all the ports of France.
Yesterday an express arrived from Gen. Yorke at the
Hague, and we are informed that the Dutch armaments
will occasion fome questions to be afked,to which a catego
rical answer will be insisted on.
Fourteen men of war of the line will be speedily put into
com million, and it is said will be stationed as guard ships.
We are credibly informed, that the French have now 30
ships of the line building in different ports in the
from 60 to 90 guns each, which are by contract to be com
pleated before next May.
There are letters in town which mention, that a conspi
racy against the Eraprefs of Russia had been difeovered at
Petersburg. They give no particulars, only that the lead
ing persons in it are seized.
Augufi 16. We hear an express arrived yesterday from
Dublin, with an account, that the disturbances in that king
dom were, by the prudent management of the nobility and
gentry of the several counties, happily terminated.
By an express arrived from Holland on Saturday evening 1
we'are informed, that 31 houses in Amsterdam, and 14 at
Hamburg, have failed; and it was expelled many more
would follow in Stockholm and other great cities on the
We hear that 40 ships of the line will shortly be put in
Letters from Newfoundland, by the William and Ann*
Capt. Churchill,, which arrived at Pool the Bth inst. make
no mention of any difference there with the French, but on
the contrary they assert, that ftnee the peace thcEnglifh were
carrying on the fifhery with good success.