GAZETTE OF THE STATE.
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Vol. 11. Numb. XCVIIL]
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AUGUSTA: Printed by ALEXANDER M ‘MIL LA N, i'r INTER TO .'HE STATE.
T'HE Subscribers have commenced
X the COMMISSION and FAC
TORAGE bufmefs in Augujla , on the
north Hue of Broad-ftrtet, opposite the
Market, and will ftr-e. all kinds of
Merchandise and Produce —From at
tention and integrity we hope to be
encouraged by our friends and acquain
SKinar <ss 3^raniam.
April 9, 179S
Begs leave to inform his friends and
the public in general , that he has
opened for /ale, at the fore lately
occupied by Me]/- Roljlon and Nefoit.
on M'lntojh jlreet, leading to the
middle Ware Hou/e,
A frelh and general aflbrtmsnt of
/Dry CJoodd, diard-
Ware, and (jro*
Which he will fell low forcafli or pro
duce. April 16, 1795.
FI L. S. L '/> vi m. 1.1 .
On the firJlTuefJoy in May next, at the Court
house in Wfblngttn county, -wilt be fold,
the folio-wing property, viz.
200 acres land, Montgomery county,
on tb* Oconee river, near Carr's Blutf.
1,600 acres Walhington county, on
the waters of Oconee, adjoining Thomas
too acres adjoining said King.
156 acres Hancock county, on Big
Also, a Waggon and four Horses,
seized by two executions, John Campbell
vs. David Glenn, and Thomas Rutherford
vs. said Glenn. Conditions cash.
. H. BREAZEAL, SAV.C
5 “ ?
Will be fold on the I/? Turf Jay in Miy next , at
13 negroes, #he property
of pine land, in Hancock county, on Town
Creek, joining land of Robert Middleton ;
taken as the property of laid Middleton-
Alfg , 200 acres iri Colum
bia county, on the waters of Savannah river
joining lands of \Ve4fet and Mrs. Boyd.
Also, 100 near the fame,
joining lands of John Fofterand Mrs. Bovd,
W taken as the property of Lemon Thomas
Reed. Conditions calh'.
S. MARSHALL, A. S.
April 2, 1795.
A LI. perfotis are hereby forwarned,
•RiL not to c it or carry off timber of
” any kind whatever, from that tract of
land known by the name of Willis’s or
the Dutch Mills near Augusta, or they
*% if .y they'will be prosecut
ed to the ufmoft rigor of rh* law.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned
against trusting or crediting, on
my wife Suckey, as M-.all
not be for any of hereon
Augujla, March 23, 1795. jt.
And tvs. Ibe fold at Wilkes court house,
on Saturday the 23 d day of May,
/-•- she taxes of the year 1794, the
f following trad of land viz.
350 ac'ss the property
°f Tnomai T. ’■rell, on Beverdam creek I
joining Ca/'ey AJ/te and Peter Smith
200 acre%s the property
cf Henry Jones, on Savannah river
joining Riun and Jar den.
200 acres joining Cordil
50 acres the property
of Philip Jones, joining Talbert and
250 acres on long creek
f oining Anderson and Favours, for Jok"
300 acres on Fishing
creek, granted to Edward Jones, join
ing John Todd and Andrew Shirk, for
the tax of the fame.
291 acres the property
of William Jones , joining Saunders
and l. Jones.
850 acres iri Greene
county, on Ttaykr'e creek of Broad )
river, joining Wm. T ray Ur and Gordin, I
granted to Thomas Stan die). '
Likewise, 2873- acres
on Btverdam, of Richland creek grant
ed to Thomas Johnjlotr, vacant on all
ty of Thomas Standley.
D. MERIWETHER, C. IV. C.
TO BE SOLD,
On Tuefday the 19 th May next, at
\Vajhlngtun Court-hot J'e the following
finds, for taxes due for 1 793.
287 y acres the proper
ty of James Cat he l on Buck creek.
100 acres the property
of John Perminter, on Town creek ad
joining Green's land.
1000 acres the property
of Drury Ledbetter on Town creek ad
joining unknown land.
200 acres the* property
of JoJeph Carson on Little Ogechee ad
joining Morgan's land.
287 y acres the proper
ty of Dfrnjee Wood, lying on Oconee
rivet a joining unknown land.
JOHN HAMPTON, T c w. c.
oJ&e ij-u£jcri&er rc=
quests the favour of such cf his cufto
ir.ers who are (hil in arrears to him.
that t!,?y*yil! come forvard ami nuke
the be!l %t;emenrf n their ’power be
tween this ?nd the firfc of May next
H >f that from the iong
indulgence v hich many have met with
from him, tills notice wii! faveihcpar
•tier from arv further trouble.
N. B. A number of perforis who re
side at a diilancc owe finall accounts
oSioug (landing—as this will be the
eto them, i is to be hoped
they will avail*hemfel- e thereof
• Andrew Junes.
Mmxh 18, 1795.
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Will be fold at Columbia Court house, or.
Saturday the 18 ta April next,
JJO acrea cf £and,
more or left, adjoining land? of Wm.
the property of John
Ray, tor tax.
Daniel Marjhall, T. C.
THURSDAY, April 23, 1795. .
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Of grocer led*
The Subfcrtier u. Received and now
opening for / t ■ C J.mthwcjl
cot tier of C'.yac.-i. .< i .’afiington
Jtreets. wit . Blajn's ,
pjrejo 1 d general
, itjjlti ne-.t of
UQpORs .au G ytJCERIES,
among which .ef il'-wing Articles.
Weil ffd Northward rum,
Cogniac and apt*? brandy,
Genuine Mudeir.) wine,
Teneritfe, flierr' and Malaga 10. tr
Belt Port wine ti buttles,
Do. London po cei and StaTordfhire
cyder in ditto,
Amiileed ojiiaj, '
Loaf, and common brown
Bell by loti and b, !t« a tea.
Pepper, pimento n ultard,
Jar and ktg raiftl",
Nutmegs, A ■
Copperas, allutnl fu'pl.ier, See.
Bottled fnuff, I
Turiington’s bai m,
I Fig blufc, pewtei
Nails of all lizef .
Bar iron, Heel, ,
Iron pots and D T oveds,
Cutting knives, L . ’ cs.
Crt.cktry and g.^Bware,
Powder, fljott am 1 sad,
Lmtfecd and trail"Sil,
White lead, Span n brown and yellow
ochre, &c. &ckec
Which he is deter ninci to fell low for
ctijh or produce only.
ffcfepfi Slu ten In fan.
April 1, 3795-.
FO R fs A L E,
At the Sublcribcij? Store, on the mofl
moderate termifor calli or produce,
a variety of gor.'.i, among which are.
AFF.W humred pieces of hneft
Iriill (mens, (het’ tigs, ofnabrigs,
Calicoes, lhawls,piuilius and lawms,
A good afibrtmeiwof men, women, and
childrens hats. v
Calamancoes, flia(oonsand tammies,
Men, wtimen children Ihoes,
Cotton cards, pester,
Naiis, window g! fs,
Also, 4 years id London particular
Madeira wine, Hierrv, oTd spirits,
Northward rum, ..'pple brandy, Jamai
ca sugar by the b.rrel or lels quantity,
coffee, tea, and molalles, fait,
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Will be Sold,
Onthe firJlTuefdiy in May r.ext, at
the Market-h\ufg , in Augujla,
Jl tract oj land on ific
Uchee I Hand, commonly known by
Germany’s I Hand, originally granted
to John i<ae, jnn. containing 220 acres,
fold as the property of said John Rae,
being a partner qf Raes, Elbert and
Graham; aifo several Negroes, for
merly the proper!* of laid concern, at
the fait of Ciay and Haberfham.
JAMES RICHARDS, S. R. C.
Blank Deeds of Con -
veyance,ana Blank Bonds
fur laic at this Office. j
W!LT, BE SOLD,
On the firjl Tnefday in May ne<t, at '
the jourt-houfe of Wildes county,
the f Mowing roperty, viz.
ana her two Grace and Lewis,
taken under ' tias the property
of Henry Karr.®*»
Two Negroes named .
Sam and Cato, and 300 acres of h. f
more or less, lying on Little river, a
iotnir-T land of Thomas Norrils and o
thers, inc'udingihe plantation and i.n
-provemeißt whereon John Lindsay now <
lives. Taken under execution as the
property of said Lindsay.
Also, on the fi jt Tuej'day in April next,
will be fold at the above place,
A Negroe Lad named
jolmfon, taken under execution as the
property of William Glen.
200 acres of Land on
the waters of Little river, includ
ing the improvements, whereon Josiah
Wancricf now lives, joining lands of
Afr Adkins and F. Sims, taken under
execution as the property of fdidAion
250 acres of Land, in
cluding the plantation whereon Richard
Beafly now 11 yes, lyhig on the waters
of Ne -vford, joining land of the wi
dow Jackson, \\ : vlly Pope and others
Taken under execution ds the property
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Feb. 19, 1795
T 5 * HO S E gentlemen who hold
*- fublcription papers for the
Georgia Cotton Ala-
NUF ACTOR Y,
are deCred to fend the lame to William
Robertson, Esq. Clerk of the Superior
Court atAugulla, without lol's of time;
alio pieafe to accompany the fame with
a letter to 1,. Allen, directed under
cover to fatd Roberti'on, mentioning the
amount of the laid fublcription each
Bv order of the Company,
LEVI ALLEN, Manager.
Augstjlc, April 1, 1795.
Subfcribers having made ma-
Any fruitlefs applications to thole
indebted to them as well as to Robert
Dick and Co. for a settlement of their
accounts; now give this final notice to
all concerned, that unless fatisfactory
fettiements are made by the 15th Mav
all accounts then unliquidated will be
pu' into the hands of n-j Attorney at
Law to recover without difcnm'mation
of persons Thole vs —n>reel
by bond, cr note f. ii
the •elves nM> of if they
wifli to a voider’ r arti »r expence.
Wm. *K I NNEDY 6 Co.
HJ fublcribers having made
A repeated applications totnofe .
indebted to them on account, for a
settlement of the lame, without eifect,
do now give notice, that unless the fame ,
are fettled on - or before the llt day of
June ensuing, the« will be under f be
neceflity of placing them in the h nds
of Seaborn Jones, Esq. for colledtion—
Thole who are indebted by fpecialt'es
are also informed tii?t part payment
will be expected by the fame time,
especially from thole who have already
experienced long indulgencies.
GEO. BARNES, Co.
April t, 1795.
Wanted'to pur chafe,
A few good field Negroes, for whicJ
cash W'l be given. F.nquire of tin .
IP, ice 4 Dol. per Ann
IS her Ay given to aij concerne-i, that
(agreeably to an fc'xectrnveo-der of
i’lft to tr>e <L'ia book of
subscription opened at roy office,
on ti.e lit d/fy of iViay next, ior loans
to the atnoufrt of co,ooo dollars, agree
ably tp t hf adl palled last feflion ot the
legiflatura for that purpole. /
ARRiHAM JON i S. Auditor. , j
Ext lit of i JB aft to appropriate money for /
J * V the year 179*’ f (
AND '’thert as there remains on the part ,
of t\is Itarje unfubl'eribcd to the loan propo. ,
■ •e/u lited States, niah.ng provilion '
of the refpeuive ltates, the sum \
•••s, which this Hate iloth hold )
:e inteitft due and accruing 'I \ ■
in trail for the non-Jublcribing 1
B--W enacted, That hi* Excellency the „j|g
gove. y *jf f and he is' ert by uuthonftd and
r -quire. 1 t () over and tratisler f.> much
tiicr. ijud to fii-th person* ns are entitled
to the fan.v, hv ccncurrei! refolntions of ti.c
legislature v a nl mat he do assign over, and
transfer in lYf.o n uniter of the laid
to inch nerliojt' r. . .ire holders ot
nr n 'vhicti prior to the lit oi
were lifued by Atlnsftate, a*
tiienti nr ov .‘; C r ~ f
(•• xcept thu'e nf,if dby O’.-j'.;, ‘ *
ami Seth John , troun * J
remain nnfettled) or «•_ been In re 1
lifued within the view , ri , |f(J J
Iblulion of the f Jt r l0 ~
refp'ciitvr the fame, I I
ner, to wtt —That from a » c | Wtc\lie n a f_
ling of this art, a book of * ■<-iptiots fhaM 1
be opened, under the dire A Exu !
1 crcy the Governor, and Jeep,- '
until the whole amount «i^l e afore* 'a
'■aln-ce (ball be f. Pfcribsd thereto : p, cx ‘i
! d, That no greater fun Rial] be received
in the I. id revilic rs it > ri t }„ am , URf
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ca.e (Hiill ii- rt .-eiv- cl 'ls , t.,’ **itm*
thereof, or from n- pub ,; c "o- , , art or
document, fitall appear, or can be i c-r in
ed tohave been iilued for any pupipoie <>thf r
than Comp'nfations and expeuditnrs for
Services or supplies toward the profccutlon
of the late war, and the defence of the
United States, or of feme part thereof
during the lame ; and that his Excellency
the Governor dr. aflig-> over, and transfer
unto fuchpcrfoiiS as fliall so subset ib; , and
are entitled to the fame as aforefaid, the
amount to which each shall be entitl ed, to
gether wish the interett thereon, upon the
principles of the aforefaid art of the Unit
ed States, making provision for the debts
of the lefpeftive dates: Provided never
tkelefs, That no part of the lum of nine- J
teen tbonfand nine hundred and 'venty A
eight dollars, acknowledged on fettlertSi-nt
of accents with the United State*, to
rill: by them to this dale, (bull he so fnblcii V
h«d or t-ansfi-r rc^.
Georgia, Richmond County, Superior Court t ,
March Term, 1794.
William Decker, p
vs. > Petition to foAc'ofc.
James T. Dicken. }
UfON the petition of William Decker,
of the city of Charlcfton, merchant,
praving the f .reclofure of the equity of re
demption, on alt that lot of land containing
in the whole one acre, being and lying in that
townofAuguita,and known anddiltinguifli-.
ed in the plan of the said town by No. 6, to
gether with all and nguiar the buildings, •
rights, members, ant appurtenances there* .
unro belonging or in any wife appertaining.
Ar.d aldu three negroe Haves, viz Lenorda,
f D rkcsaod Ann her daughter,
vi create ; mortgaged by the said
nvs^*. Qickcn to the laid William Deck- •
er, for the font of fivfc hundred pounds law • jt
ful money ol South Carolinoj with lnt« rest
for the fame at (even percent, per annum,
contained in a hand dulv executed by the
said James T. D cken, to the said W ; >liam
Decker and on motion ofCeorge Walker ''
Esq. attorney for the morrgagee, it is or
dered, that the principal, intered, and colt
upon the said mortgage be paid Into court
within twelve months from this day, and
unless the fame be p.i p.-'H the equity'of re
„demption will from thence forth be fore
purfiiant to General Affeinbiy W
in such cases made and provided.
Exiradfrout the minute u
Win. ROBERTSON, Clk.
A Negroe Fellow, who
is a good Holder, and
wbofe honelly and Sobri
ety can be vouched for.
Enquire of the Printer. *
March, 6 , 1795.