against him? To what circumstances the
Speaker refers, we are at a loss to imagine.
We w ish he had been more explicit.
MY DEAR SIR- m. ... w 'a.*mg-lon, 28 M Jan. 1825.
cutest, is highly criiicj/and'!!. o '!.’ ‘ 0 " s f rd 10 the frenJential
which I can wl 'm ctn urH i k '‘* Ve me "° ' J - ,h »"
toil the rule Which I J h * ve P“«ue<l. m regard
lie duty! I have i. Lr ! ‘ erVe in the di » ct of m, *„b
to do, and hat faithful 'l7 co '” ci,!nce “« to what 1 ought
Adams I "hall fulfiM that I ought to votefor Tip.
health, and the e-rcum ’-'ijunctioDi. Mr. Crawford’s stale of
the House, ippe ‘ TTZ'S'*” h " n ’' lf “’
friend ol liberty* and°lo the Derm ““‘“T “V*^ 1 Asa
not consent, iiMhis early stare of °i'' r 1 9 ‘ ,tut,on »* 1 «»-
to the election of a miliL!, c„
tnlee that thin R,.niihi‘ 1 * la,n .* to s ,vc Die strongest guar
conducted every o.Cr R wl " , m,rch "V road which has
thi. fm.k exM^t?m „f P ° b . l,C ruin ’ 1 °"" ! 10 » ur friendship
be as” led bv al th. '" y lut “ nl ' on — l and shall continue to
r.v!lry ,an invent ITu wh,c " t)arliz ' ,n «»>• -".ligni.v and
fit occasions!tor th«
aertshgtr^but'tha°iv‘ h ' election 1 cannot s l’ nrik with absolute
uvuid o!! a here ,s every reason to believe that we shall
avoid the dangerous precedent to which I allude."
tne always, ° r ' V(! re, P ecls t 0 > and believe
Your Oordinl Friend. u rr av
The Honorable F. Brooke.
It is said that Mr. Kremer has agreed to
fight Mr. Clay by substitute. Who is the
cliivitlric champion ot the Hon. Gentlemau
we have not learned.
Ve are not in the habit of eulogising this distinguished man—
hr is notour choice .as the President of those United Stairs—no
more is Mr. Adams—but his present deportment is so much com
i niendod in various letters Irom Washington, that it is but justice
to notice it.— ( lie writer of a letter to Philadelphia states, that
he was present when Gen. Jackson was informed of Mr. Clay’s
: intention to support *}r. Adams.—The General was uuimpassion
ed; and coolly observed, that there were two things of which Mr.
Clay could not deprive him—one was the high Junior he had al
ready received in the voles of the people ; the other was, the
pleasure of spending his life on his own farm in Tennessee. •
Another letter, now before us. states that Gen. J. advises his
friends “to be calm and let the election result as the people’s re
presentatives choose to make it,” declaring his determination to
be defeated, rather than make compromises, or coalitions of any
Another letter states, that when it was suggested Jo h*m by a
friend to sec Mr. Crawford, he replied that ire thought it wrong
o! tins juncture of time. This, we understand from unqueuiona
bl« auipurity, is Mr. Crawford’s opinion.
Mr. t rawford’g course throughout those trying times, has been
precisely sue h as it ought to be—firm, high-minded, above the
breath of suspicion itself. If any thing were wanting to raise
him in our estimation, and to attach us to the interests of the man
whom we have so ardently supported, it is the deportment which
lie now exhibits. He lias declined all negotiations—he will
make no bargains for office—he will accept no office under Adams
or Jackson. We do not speak upon this subject at random—but
most advisedly. Were we at liberty, to develops the facts,
j which have reached us from unquestionable sources, we should
J satisfy the people that he wat a man whom they would delight to
; honor, ' (T "lnquirer.
Our readers will smile upon reading the
above extract. How remarkable it is ttiat
Gen. J. should keep himself cool—and how
praise-worthy and considerate to advise his
friends to “ let the election result as the peo
ple’s Representatives choose to make it” !! !
The following is added to an advertise
ment of;Messrs J. & C. Seguinc, at New-
The Steamboat Company at Savannah
having made arrangements with Messrs.
Dunhaip and Campfield, for receiving and
forwarding goods destined for Augusta and
Hamburg, ail goods shipped by this line,
consigned to the above house for those pla
ces will be received and forwarded free of
• charge for commissions.
The manuscript of Lord Byron’s private
1 w letters, which were suppressed by order of
Vj the British Court of Chancery, has been re-
M ceived by Messrs Carey fit, Lea of I’hilu
( Ji tlelphia, who have put them to press.
jjpf In B»c Lcgisl«^e.of Massachusetts, the
VCommittee on Infernal Improvements has
- ? been directed to inquire into the expediency
|!JUf causing a survey to be made between
k Boston Harbor and Connecticut River, with
Wa view of opening a Canal to unite the waters
,’of that River and Harbor.
ij Judge Berrien, and Mr. Wilde, of th*s
state, arrived at Baltimore on the 4th inst.
from Norfolk, on their way to Washing
The Ncw-YorkGazette says, that in con
sequence of the number of new buildings to
be erected in that city next summer, ten
thousand mechanics, in addition to those
now located there, will find employment and
. Ui-high wages.
* Letters from England mention that the
, new Waverly Novel, the Crusaders, has been
,‘i suspended. The reason is said to be known
. only to the author. It is generally untler
' stood that Sir Walter Scott will put his name
in the title page.
>1 The Greek Government has sent a letter
‘ to the daughter of Lord Byron, giving an
account of her father’s death, and of his ser
t jvires to Greece—and recognizing her as the
child of Greece.
YOU are hereby ordered to appear at your
Parade Ground, in front of the City Hall, on
TUESDAY the 22d inst. at 9 o’clock, A. M, arm
ed and equipped as (he bye taws of the Comna
ny direct, with fourteen rounds of b.ank Cart
yi.lges—in order to celebrate the birth day of
WASHING I ON.
By unler oj A. B. Bioelow, Lieut. Com’dg.
John Elswortli, O. S.
February 18 It fiR
~ GEORGIA FENCIBLES.
THE regular quarterly meeting of the C. m
pany will be lieUt at their room, (City Hall)
t.rt SATURDAY the 261 It inst. at 7 o’clock, P. >l.
Members will co ne prepared to pay them quar
terly dues, and be punctual in their attendanct,
as the election of non Commissioned officers, will
take place on that night.
By order of Lieut. Bioeeow,
R. H. Clayton, Sec'ry. G. F.
February 18 3' 6 8
•V viVie e.
ri'llE co-partnershio of Julian & Thompson it
A dissolved. The subscriber lias resumed his
office near the market.
N. B. Julian.
Feb. 18 6*
(fj° LOST *0)
ON Tuesday last, a Bunch ot KEYS, tie '
with Bed Tape.—The finder on leaving
them at this Office, shall be rewarded.
EZRA A. STEVENS
RET U RNS Ins sine, re tuanas to Hie ladies and
gentlemen ot Augusta, fur the very liberal
latrnnage which they have bestowed upon him
and respectfully informs them that his second and
last course ot Lectures win commence o>-
U E f)JVE V ru r ErEJVI.VG, February 23d, in
lie Academy, at 7 o’clock. To accunHQodale
■ubscribers, each lecture will be delivered on two
successive evenings, at 7 o'clock. Thus, the first
ecture wi,l be qiven on fFEONES IXIF and re
peated on THURSDAY, (tc, so that subscribers
till have the privilege of attending either or both
evenings, at their option, without any additional
charge. Pickets for the second course are left at
the Bookstores. Tickets for single evenings at
75 cts. may be had at the door of the Lecture
On Monday evening next, Mr. S. will recapltu
late the most important illustrations contained in
his first course dCFSee | !alu | mn 9-
AdmitUnce SO cts.—at the door.
February 18 2t 68
SATURDAY EVENING, AND
(kT* T\ifc Dramatic \entriV
oquist respectfully informs the public that lit
will deliver a
Colloquial Divert isemenl,
at the Plan , i-,’ Hotel, on Saturday livening,
I9th February 1825
On which occasion Mr. TAYLOR will exercis ;
the most extraordinary Inflections of the Human
The company will bs occupied (or near two
hoor* on Colloquial subjects, so as to combine
■tinging, Speaking, hp. wherein the voice will
seem among six or seven persons, as servants, men,
women, and children; down stairs, qp stairs, in
| th k - chimney, hat, trunks, Bic. Finally, the Veil
nloqust will present himself among the company,
i o that being so near, they may discover the (lit
j f rcnce of a sudden transition of voice to that be
i in? conveyed by the power of Gastriloquism.
1 Q.J* Pickets to be had at Mr. Hobby’s Book
i 3t ,,r c—the Gl ;b • Tavern—the Oily Hotel—and
, .if (he PI rnters’ Hotel.
February 18 6T
MR PARKER’S Picture of DANAE, is now
ready for exhibition, in one of the fiont
rooms, in the second story of the City.Hal 1 . ‘
Augusta, February 18 68
4 LARGE supply of the above valuable Medi
V cine prepared by one of the first Chemis is in
France, for sale at a reduced nrice hv
i R. B. & I). G. Haviland.
, February 18 68
f A vAUuvUou WauicAa
4 YOUNG woman lately fr m E- gland would
nL be glad to obtain a intuition in some piotif
i and respectable family. She has been accustom
■. >d to every sort of work usual in families, and
i would make herself very usetuJ either with Hie
■ Nf edl", or in any of the departments of house
. keeping. Satisfactory references can be made.
Enquire at this Office.
F bmary 18 68
* TD6T DyTlow,
Augusta, 14tli Feb. 1825.
( ’’l'tHE Savannah and Charleston Mads are due
a hiiil will he c osed as follows :
I .SAVANNAH M ML,
Via Jacksoiiborough and Wavoeshorough, dot
-very Tuesday, I hursday and Saturday, by 6 P
Vl ,—plosed every Tuesday and Thursday at 9, P.
M. and Sunday at 7, P. M.
, V a Lower 3Hu is, S. C due every Sundav
• Wednesday and Friday, by 7, P. M. closed c -verv
- Monday at 7, P. M. and Wednesdays and Fr da\-
at 10, F. M.
Via Lower 3 Runs and PocaU'igo, S. C. due ev
11 -ry Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, by 7, p. M.
a —closed every Monday, at 7. P. M. and Wedne*-
p div and Friday, at 10, P. M.
I Via Bar 'well Court House, due every TliU’-s
lay by 6, P. M.— closed every I hursday, at 9, p.
M. o”Phe Office will be open for delivery, mi
B Wednesday and Friday Evenings from half j as
1 seven to half past eight o’c opfc.
i James Fraser, P. Al.
- February 15 fiy
- ’pHR suhsrribt’r has opened his i emaining sUick
e fl. ci• (.001)3, in the store of J. Carmiclgiel, or
Broad Street, and invites his old customers to cal:.
He will sell at low prices, till the 22.1 Hus month
when the whole will bo sold at Audi n
r February 11. 3 66
DEN I is I‘. ■
, 13 ESPEC PFULLY informs the Ladies and Gen-
I-* Ht nienof Augusta and its vicini'y, that he
will be in the city about the first ol M arch,
January 28 fiM 62
Copy of a Certificate from James .Monroe , I‘res’t.
The testimonials presented 10 me by Mr. Fami
ly, ot his great talents a. a DENTIST, are o
) igh character—in addition to which I state will
. great pleasure, that his operations in my family,
iave afford d a practical and very satisfacton’
, vidence of his merit.
Washington, Dec 9tb 1A
. W HIT rh;Nproposal^'
WILL he received hy any ot llie undersigiifd
till the 20!h lost, for furnishing and plat.
i"g on Broad 3t-eet. in this ci'y. swamp widen
> >ak and china trees, alternately arc- iding to tin
t >’ oviston* of an ordinance oI tne City Council pas
-ed on the B'h of lasi month. The proposals ma
■ither embrace the whole street or so much ot 1
is passess through any panic) a- ward.
B. H. Warren,
Feb. 11 4t 66
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
On Monday night next
Will be sold without reserve, the
rnost splendid collection of
Ever offered at public sale in Augusta :
Monsieur Tonson come a.ain, The Devil on two
-ticks, Knickerbocker, History of .New York,
Brace Bridge Hall, Sketch Hook, and a vanet)
of o'her very valuable works elegantly bound,
with splendid engravings, such as Lord Byron,
Scott’s Moore’s and Hume’s Poetical works,
Hume’s and Smnl ets England, 3 vols, J >sephu’s
works, 4 vots. Hollind’s ancient history, New ton’s
works, 6 vols. Gill’s body of Divinity, 9 vols (ami
ly Bibles, British Poets SO volj. Charnock’s Ms
fine Architecture, Rambler, 4 vols. Bowling
Brook’s works, 4 vols, Paley complete, works ot
Shakespeare, 8 and 10 vols Moore’s universa l
Geography. 2 vols, Sterne’s works, scenet in En
rope, beauties of Shakespeare, atd sporting a
necdoles, 2 Vi Is.
The Books will be ready for examination on
Monday, and the catalogues for distribution.
A few French Books.
Cruis’ ’s Digest, a very valuable Law Book, 4
February IS fiS
Citjj Sheriff’s ravie.
Will be sold on the first Tuesday in March next
at the market house, between the usual bout
One lied, two Matrasses, one Bar
rel Crockery, six \\indsor Chairs, wearing ap
Two Harmonica’s in tyfahognny
cases, and a fine collection of Music, levied or,
the property of Ann Richardson, to sa'isfy a C fa
at the instance of Eliza Payne, issued from th»
1 Mayor’s Court.
A. Picquet, Sheriff, C. A.
F'brosro IS fig
THIS DAY OPENED
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE CITY-HOTEL,
And for Sale by
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
r A DIES’ and Gentlemen’s CLOAKS,
A Blue and Black DRESS COA I S,
FROCK COATS of the most fashionable co
A large assortment PANTALOONS,
New S'yle VESTS,
All (mutually cheap for ready Cash.
V hni-.rv 15 fit 67
Tvom a to B 1-&,
Bobbineit Lace Veils,
3 Case Super Canton Crapes,
JUST UECEIVF h AT THE
FANCY DRY GOODS STORE.
February 15 "t fiv
BUSHELS Liverpool Broood
FOP SALE AT THE STEAM BOAl\ WHARF
A. R. Gordon.
THOMAS G. HALL,
H\\ INt, taken (lie Shops r 1 cenily occupied
by Mr. James Lyneit, intends carrving on
the business in ail iis various branches'. From
hit long experience at the North, he flatter*
himself, that he wilj be able to give general sa
tisfaction to such, as wT favour him with a call n.
ie R‘Pairing Line. All favours wid he thank
f fully V'-ceived and minclually execuGd.
Me ; xpects soon io receive from the Northern
Manu'actoriea, a complete assortment of Carriages
, 03“ GIGS and CARRIAGES built to order.
- OVf,! T ;< ‘ f r 5 38
WILT, keep cmstantly on hand, and for Sale,
at Mr. Loxo-thbkr’s Livery Stsble.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Ij* Orders for GIGS or CARRIAGES from the
’ North, will he promptly attended,to and work
N. B —Repairing done at the shortest notice.
N ii— r'fh *r 30 45
MRS. I HEUb. FA VULI.E, lias the honor ti
intorm her friends sml the public of An
gusta, tl,a‘ her intention ia to teach the Plan,
forte and Spanish Guitar—also, ii, e art of Sing.
gin the newest style. Airs. F. will attend ai
private houses, or give lessons at her own resi
deuce For terms and further particulars apply
it wer tenement Bridge Bank.
• hruarv 8 65
AT IKEI.Y NEGRO WO.MAN, a good Cook
‘•Vas'ier and Ironer—f >r fur her particulai
iq re at Hi Office of the Coristitutiona'ist.
December 21 51
\IjTILL he gold on the 19th inst. at the late
r ««'dettce of Mr. John Carnilhen’ dec.
'* .” e tock in trade remaining on hand, to
gether with Household Furnituie,
CONSISTING OP 5
Sugar and Coffee
Casiings, Whiskey, Mackerel and
- and Chairs t
Side Board \
Red Steads, Blankets, Sheets gnd
A small Library of Rooks
1 Excellent Saddle Horse
Some very handsome Paintings
By orilcr th" Adm’r.
February 3, 66
On Boston, Baltimore, e
Providence, Washington City, ■
New-York. Petersburg, Va. *
Philadelphia, Charleston, S. C. t
And Savannah, ‘
For Sale by
Beers, Bunnell & St. John.
Jlro'iil, corner of M’lntoAi street.
Goto and Siivkii coin and all kinds of Bank
Bought and Sold.
November 12 40 '
Augusta UAwUung Store, i
DIMOCK & MJIHSIJ,
Another C.s: ot BLUE OiiEiS COA I'S,
Blue and Fancy col tied FAN I'ALOONo,
N w sine VES t’S, &o
Which they offer for salerh°ap for ready Cush.
F b'*i«rr 1 3
~~ ‘ " —— i
CONTINUED SUCCESS AT
Baltimore, January G, 1825. 1
<6niuci s>tate iiatterp,
VT° W drawing ev.ry we I:, under the super
*“ •. Hifendsnce of (ii • (J muniasioncrH appointee
>)' <iovernor ami (? u
'llini iU ' oi l ' riZC! * , ’‘ * - UIOOO '
1440 T a pnz. ot ” 500
11 527 do . . , top
*19094*19862 14888 9115 5850 34 « 50
All marked thus* told at COHEN’S OFFICE.
This l ottery is now ta.mhly progressing to
‘(-ids a dose-no time should be lo t , . seeming
ckets. There age -till undrawn, th- Capita.,, M'
CO" IORTY THOUSAND HOLLARS.
QfT TWENTY THOUSANh POL/ARS
'O' TEV thou-anh hollars
QO* Tie,. THOUSAND DOLLARS 1
17 or ONE THOUSANO DOLLARS
14 of 1 IVE HUN RED DOLLARS.
Dhole Ticket gt*' Quarter . 300
UAves . .6 | E’rh.ht . 150 '
To be had, warranted undrawn, at
Where both the great Capitals of 20,000 and
*CI 000 DOLLARS, drawn in the MUNUMEN I
LOI I ERV, on (lie 28th ult. were sold, and I
•vhere were sold, the Capital Prices of 100.000
Dollars, half a id one qua ter to citizens of Geor
gia ■, 20,000-, 10,000 s. 5000 s, in (he last Grand |
■date Lottery, and wunits m.mik capital fiiizr.s
IAVK WEKW OBTAINED THAN AT AN f OTHER OFFICE t
O-ders left -with I. R. St JOHN, Broad street „
lUOUS'TA. Georgia, mil he prumtitly attended to.
FREE OF POSTAGE. ~
I|, ‘" •v 21 60
A large a»s«. tmfcnt ol IrtHlv 1
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE SHAKERS.
V small quantity of Fresh HOPS, growth of 1824 i
FOR SALE IIT (
H. B. &D. R. Uaviland. *
.T'inusrv 11 57
SEVEN MILES FROM AUGUSTA, \
STp'lE ■uihscriber having lately purchased the
vJL above establishment, is n«wv furnishing it
anil thoroughly repairing the buildings. He
will spare po pains to accormjjodnte parties ol
gentlemen and travellers, and keep alwavs on
hand a supply of ihc b l »t Liquors that the Angus I
ta, Charleston and Savannah markets will afford i I
and his table w ill not be inferior to the best public a
bouse in Augusta, and upon as reasonable terms. J
James Lynes. «
N. B. James Lynes, takes tins method of re
tor jug his thanks to his numerous friends and ac- 14
quaintances, tor the liberal support afforded him "
m the Coach-Making business, and Hatters himself '*
>)’ industry and attention, to merit their contin
ued favours in toe profession which be has re
February 8 fit 65
*** R- H. VVJ.LDE, iutending f
ti he absent a short time from Augusta, requests '
hose who may have professional business witl -
him to call noon Messrs. Holt & Hr.in, or Messrs
CHAWjroiin & Cl-mmjno. Samuel Hals, Esq. will
act a . his Hgeni io relation to his private affairs 4
and with respect to the esla'e of John Carulliera, '
deceased, b ing duly authorized to receive all ac
counts am! give receipts.
January 25, 1825. St r gtt>
Performance every Evening*
Friday, February 18th, 1825.
TO COMMENCE WITH A
By the Whole Troop.
By Matter HUNT, without Saddle u r Bridle
During Winch he will perform a variety of inter
e*>mg le, ' ,s * leaping through Hoops, over Gar
ters, &c, Str. and conclude hy leaping over a
Surface of Canvas NINE Feet wide ! ! /
The Morse in his rude state of nature—going at
full speed. ** 6
The wonderful Feat of the
Mr, WILLIAMS, in the course of th®
evening, (for this night onlyJ will place himsdfi"
a hor r. >ntal position across two chairs and support
an ANVH, on his breast, one hundred and fitly
nounds weight—allowing four Black-Smitha to
beat noon it with their Sledge Hammers, as if at
dteit dally labour !!
Metamorphose of the Sack,
The Clown tleceivecl by a Woman,
On two Horses by Master HUNT. He will alia
introduce the Fricntee Dance, with Mr. Wit,.
I.IA MS, Clown, Iftlyt, Chatter Box Gabble joke.
(Thr. Intrepid EqnesHan.j will go through her
Elegant Acts ot Equestrianism, and conclude
with the Six Divisions of the Mr iad-Sword— thd
Horae in (all speed.
V. S Mr. MATH,
On two Horses, durmip which he wilt
mtr diice the
Ladies’ Faskionp in 'Paris,
Will go through her astonishing performances oq
with aoops, on*.>ot,s, &c. **
By the whole Troop, viz ;
Messrs. Blyth, Aslen. Hum, Hughes. Whitts
ker, Sesaford, M*Oonn.—.Jhatter-Do* Gabble
Joke, (the Clown) WII.I.fAMS,
Ti\e Leawtif u\ Mare Tannj
Will go through her astonishing performances?
Will perform the part of CLOWN in the Hunted
mil perform on the Talent Bent Bugle,
Tlte Evening's Perlormanc-s to conclude with
THE HUNtED TAYLOR,
Mr. Hutton’s Journey to Brentford.
IMy Button, Mr. Olylh, Clown Matter Whittaker,
(l O’ Admittance to the Boxes One Hollar, PIT
V Children under ten years of are, admitted
'othe Boxes at hall' price.
t+f 1)0,,rs «P«n »t half past six, sud Perform
ance to commence at a quarter past seven o’clock.
Tickets may be procured at the Circus and
at the Globe-Tavern during the day.
W Wo smoking allowed within the Doors of the
PERSONS being daily in the habit of trespass
ing on the Hickory lidge tract of land, owned
hy the Bank of Georgia, and cutting the wqud and
undergrowth therefrom i Notice is hereby given,
that the utmost vigilance will be used in detecting
aid prosecuting the offenders, Ihe said Land is
bounded on the west by Turkanet’s Spring, and
part of the village of Summerville, on the East
by the lands ol A. Marlin, p. ||. Carnes and
others, it may he more pspiicularly known by the
Milledgeville road, passing through it.
By order cf the Board
February 1, 1825, ts C 3
Fitly iK)i\ai*s iWwatd.
RANAWAV from the subscriber about the
251 h tilt, a negro man named HAMILTON
about thirty-live years ot age, site feet high, very
dark skin and large thick lips. Had on when he
went away, a blue short Jacket, with blue mixed
sattinet trowsers. He is well acquainted in Bry
an, Liberty and M’lntosh Counties. /Whoever
will return him to the subscriber, shall receive the
above reward and all reasonable charges.
Per Attorney, H. B. Hathaway.
Tjr’ The Patriot, Mdtedgeville, and (iazette, Jt a .
ricn, will give the above two insertions „• and the
Constitutionalist, Bugnstn, three insertisni, and
forward then accounts to this office for payment.
February 11 3t 67"
Wanted to like.
rnil.L the first of January next, four young
4k NEGROES, accustomed to work, from the
fe of 18 to 25