S ATU RD AY, December 9, 1786. ' rjfo XI I
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GEORGIA STATE GAZETTE
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FREEDOM of the PRESS, and TRIAL by JURY, to remain inviolate forever. Conflitmion of Georgia.
pUST A: Printed by JOHN E, SMITH, Printer to the State \ E/Tays Articles of
Intelligence, Advertisements , 6ff. will be gratefully received , W every kind of Priming performed.
LOTS TO BE SOLD,
O N the fubferiber’s Spring Hill Traft, allowed to be as
eligible a Hand for persons in the mercantile line, as
any in the two states, being lituated immediately at the head
of the navigation of Savannah river, on the Carolina fide,
and where the public Tobacco Infpeftion is now fixed, which
will give the Merchants refidihg there an opportunity of hav
ing the firft offer of all the tobacco that will be brought there
for infpeftion, of which upwards of one thousand hogsheads
are expelled this feaion, and where, if Stores were once
established to keep up a proper supply 'of goods, would be a
means of drawing the greatest part of the produce, that is
made in the vast fettled country above, to this spot.
Carolina Paper Medium, or produce at the market price.
piV be received in payment /or the lame.
' . ALSO,
p valuable Lota, in the belt filiations For trade, in
the very ftourifhing town of Augusta, which for the amazing
increaftf of settlers in the country arobnd it, and the vast
quantities of produce already brought, and mu ft nereflarily
tome herd yearly to be (hipped, being situated at the head of
the deep water, gives it every proipeft of becoming in a few
years as cohfiderahie a place of trade, as any inland town
ilpon the continent., ( .
Georgia Paper Medium 'will be received in payment fqr
forhe of the Taft mentioned, and produce at the market price
for the remainder of the said lots. >
Any persona inclinable to purchafc may treat with Thomas
Gadiden, Esq. in Cl\arlcfton, or the proprietor at his farm
adjoining Augusta, V. - v
- , .MACARTAN CAMPBELL.
December 4, 1786.
FIVE POUNDS REWARD.
RUN-AWAY from Mr. Samuel Burges’s, living near
Beach Island, South-Carplina, a NEGRO FELLOW,
•amed Jack, about 35 years of age, 5 feet 4 or 6 inches high,
, . . 1S ° f a » Cry hhck com P lexi <>m and was formerly hired to
toid Mr. Burges, at whose place he has a wife, aud well
known about that neighbourhood. The above Reward will
belaid to any person who will deliver him to me in Savan
°rglVe IDf °; matlon U P° n °* th of hi « being harboured by
any person or persons whatfbever.
c ... FRANCIS COURVOISIE.
Sawameab, New. 25, 1786.
&££* , * Wrnto <*
TP o R S A L iT
HAT valuable HOUSt and LOT,
m * l ’ o, 2 3» fronting on Bioad-llrcet.
terDas will be made known bv applv-
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Dec- Sr 1785,
THE AUGUSTA RACES will commence on the second
Tuefday in December next. The Jockey Club Purse
of One Hundred Pounds Sterling will be run for the firft day,
four mile heats. A purse of Fifty Pounds Sterling the second
day, t\vo mile heats ; and a purse of Thirty Pounds Sterling
the third day, one mile heats, agreeable to the rules of the Club.
The following premiums will be given to the person or
persons producing in market the bell flail fed beef, three
pounds; three bell muttons, thirty fliillings; and two belt
veals, twenty lhillings.
CORNELIUS DYSART, 1
JOHN P. WAQNON, J Stewards.
WILLIAM STITH, jun. \
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OUT oat of the fubfcribePs Pocket Book, A certain not©
of hand of L. De Keyfer, of three hundred pounds,
payable in Col. Call’s bonds, and drawan in favor of Field
ing Woodroof, of South-Carolina, and transferred from
Woodroof to the fubferiber. He therefore forwarna all per
fonß from receiving or trading with the Came. A generous
Reward will be given to the person who delivers the fame to
; EMANUEL WAMBERSIE.
N O TIC E. r
ALL persons having any demands against the QUAR
TER-MASTER - GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT,
are desired to bring them in immediately, with proper
vouchers, in order to have them adjufled.
JOHN APPLING, Qj_M. G.
Augusta, Dec. I, 1786.
F OR S A L E,
THE LOT No. 19, fituatc and fronting on Broad*
street, and extending to Ellis-street, adjoining the
Lots whereon Mr. William Wallace, and Meflrs. Connell,
Brown & Co. live; containing nearly one acre and three
qu©rtcrs. Fqr terms to the fubferiber. •
, JOHN APPLING.
Augusta, December I, 1786.
The following Appeals will be tried before his Honor the
Governor in Council, on Thursday the 4th of January next,
the parties concerned are desired to attend :
William Griflin, 1 Appeal 1000 acres of land, Walhington
vs. > county.
Benajah Jordon, j
Elijah Clarke, 1
vs. > Walhington County.
Nehemiah Dunn, j
JAMES MERIWETHER, S. £. C.
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