Something for the Ladies.
“ Br greatly cautioui oj your Jl t ing hnrtt"
Is man, whom nature means the Ft
So bl'nd with paflion—fo to reifon
/i from hio breaft all feelings to dir
And plait in v’rgin liearls the fource
of gr d!
J Ti§ thou, S'diftlon f fount of varied
Who hlafl the joys which focial life
Foe to the fei, and to thyfelf a foe,
Thou robh'ft thyfelf, when ihcu
eft rang’ft a friend.
6hc who the M primrofe path of dal
Whofe you'hful heart beats high for
novel fee nrs.
Who carrlefs frdlows where ! er wooer
And fears no evils, heraufe cooe fhc
Will find that female honor is ■ price.
Which rr<»»berous *ctcrs covet to
all the rhetoric of tears and fi?hs,
Tv blaft fweet virtue will their force
J3t then the guardians of yourfclvcs yc
Since non thine ambufh’d encmiei
And watch each flutter of yvur hearts
JLtft partial love betray you v© a
Deleft that mender who your peace
Who 1 mile o to injure, and wbofc heart
Who m cks rerootjflrsoce, and y<ur i
And laft configcs you to your own
•'Tie Jliitton's hybitbn tongue, and fy
Which nf» e(Tails fuiccfefully your
♦T II fin erv , H magi lutes ycu to its
/fid hip y ur virtue by its thoufand
Fen l» n ofJl-s *s fattery to the fair,
L la "-urge which rn r?ps
t’ r h.-»rt
It f«n'e mi p' utp hut d foWed in air,
/;nd n Her rru h ior V npp nefs Im
By d flipatinn’r unccivou ’ 1 .*p n ee,
Knew rhac all beauty is a» be.* —a man*
And fedcs »t once the lofs of inno
/detn your minds, be that your chief
Few moments at the mirror’s
■*nd trnfl the poet, you will then enjoy,
Whnt w: ' r b *or power wou'd rempr
yon to t- fi /?. O*
SOTI C E.
~J-;e 0 . thBP I>c. Yr! e rw'ty
J ' r :*i dv. of M.oy n' , jr', vull be
f *“ it. ' nfe ol Msrv M‘N * ’R,
>1! u h ESTATE. Ob
*’ < vl M‘K.*lß, lets of thi< county,
e* •-* t- coufifting of Ci't’e,
S i a Negro F<ll n w \ Alfn,
E ’f h (’ Furniture, and a fei cf Imall
Tunis. Condition*, Ciifh.
MAFY M‘WAIR, AJm\.
1 o be /old at Public Sale,
On Saturday, the gift inst,
AT FENN’s BRIDGE,
Hj WO va'u.b’c LO ■ S. in the town
rf Lru Ivillc ; one of them is an
irrprov-'i ICT ■ , whereon Kcvarin
Mattnrv, Ffq, r. m 1 vee ; the other*
Vacant LOT adjoining the fame.
t\ So, t ire very vahuhle LOTS at
fcnn’fi 1L dee ; one cftb<*m is an c*cc!«
hnt iianci lot infinefs, wtb improve
n i rr s 'hereon,
I hey will he fo’d, on a sredit of
twelve months, the -utchsfet giving
bend with ipp ovdffcmivy.
BENJ, MANNING. .
v May i©, iBco..
The following \
WiU be Jold , on the fuond day o/v
7 une next, at the hmr of twelve
o'clock, at the Market llouje , in
A red and while pied eow, wi’h a
yearling ; taken up in capt. CatfwtH’fl
diflndl, by Mathew Csrfwcll, branded
Two red arc! white fte«*|. Ha orfeveo
yea's o ! d, marked under flopc tn the
right ear, fwallow in th- left ; taken up
hy Douglafs Hancock, efq. in tapt.
A bright bay marc, about four»cn
hands high, appears to be very old,
hhnd in the left eye; taken up by
I homaa Worthy, in capt. Vining’a
A fmall forrcl horfe, four feet fix
n> hc» h gh, itven years o’d, three whi e
tect, fwjb ta 1, and fomc faddle fpo:s ;
aken up by Thomas Harvey, in capt.
Key’s U ftrift.
One t>lack cow and calf, fmootherop
*n the left ear, under keel ;n the right,
one red and white cow, marked in the
ieft ear, with I fm' ci'h crop, one two
year old, dun co’ofcd, with a heft on ;
ore ditto, red and whi c, both marked
as above ; taktn up by William Daw
k;ns, in capt. Key’s diftritß,
A brown I ay ma c, about four feet
nine incl tsVgh, twelve or tb ; rf»cn years
old, fhod on her for feet; taken up by
Solomoo Wood, m capt. Coward’s
A forrel mare, sfyout two years old,
four Let feven and an half inches high*
s large ftar in her forehead, a colored
fpot on her left loin ; taken up by Geo.
W. Chifolm, in espt. Carfwcll’s diftrict
A chelnut forrel marc, bh*e face,
flaxen main and tail, two white feet,
f fne fpecks all over her body, fix years
old, and thirteen hsnda high ; a fmall
bell on, fattened with a leather collar;
taken up by Robert French in capt.
Key’s dirt r £t.
YBy Josmm Watts,
GEORGIA,/ Cirri oj the Court
tv n . r . V Ordinary for tin
Wajh.ngton County, f
WHEREAS George Hcrrdon hath
'his day applied to. me for let
ters of admiulftration on the eftate of
Joftph S'.ack*, d*cea(ed ; thefe aif
ihcrefore to cite and admonifh all and
lingular the kindred aid t.editors ol the
faid deceafed, t le and appear at n;y
flier, on or before the 4 h day of June
ext, to fhew caufe, if any they have,
<*hy letters of adminiflration fliowid not
Given under my hand, this ißth day
of May, 1800, and in the twenty
fourth yrar ol the American Inde
j. Watts, clerk c. o.
JctTcrfun Superior Court,
April Term, 1799.
Prcfetrt the hon. Geo. Walton.
UPON the petition of Nathaniel N f Mie«
kin, Richaid Curry, and Berjanfto
Warner, praying the forec/ofu'e of the
fquity of redemption, in end to a certain
ad* of land, ennfainir g tour hundred acrti,
fitnate, lying and being in the aid county
of Jeffcrlon, one hundred tecs o< which
a> grimed to Frederick Duglafj, and the
nhe hree hundred acres to Jiaac Auger,
mv rig ged to the faiJ Nathaniel M'Mickm,
R chard Coney, and Benjamin Warner,
p> Ilaac Wugtir, for the fccuri g the pay.
- ent of a font rf money contained }n a
b ud Icaiin. da'e the loth day of July,
n e thoufand feven hui dred and ninety!
d nd upon motion of Mr, Csrres, attor
ney for the petitioners ; it is ordered that
the principal, intereft and cofts be paid into
court within tv elve months from 'he da'e
hereof, othcrw.fe the equity of redemption
will be for ever foreclofed, and other pro
r-edings take i lfce, agreeable to an art ot
allcmblr, in tuch calej made and provided t
• nd ih.il this rule be publifhed in « re <f
he gazettes of this Date, at lead once in
every month, until the expiration of the
mid 'wclvr months, .-r frrved uoon the
• >r(gage,or h i fpecial agent, at leaf! fi<
nths previo II to the expiration of the
.aid 'weive months. * *
Certified this 4th day of Ortober *og.
Wm. M ‘Dowell, ckrk.
dT Suh/cribers to the National
Magazine, are re[peFl/ully informed
that a Jew copies are jujl received ,
and ready to be delivered at this
Ojfice , where fub/criptions for the
work , will be received,
At this Printing-Office , cheap [or
cajh t a colie Elion of
Nngmt’a French & Engh'fh Dictionary
Hsllory of the Heaven#
Hargrave* La* Iratia
Schicfer’s PraAlce of the Law
Sp rit of Laws
Hiftory of Pfaiagoay
Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
Advcotuiea of Jofeph Andrew!
Bi (for on Commerce
Arthur Mervyn j or Memoir# of the
Mylleries of Ud'dpho
Romance of the Foreft
Kea'e’e Sketches from Nature
Caroline of Ltcbfleid
Offspring of Ruffd
E en Vale
Civi I Officer
Fsatkiin’s L fe
The Decameron, or Ten Day# Enter*
tainmcoi of Boccace
Elements of Fortification
Haycs’e Negoclator’s Magazine
The Other S ; «sc of the Quettioo
Tale of a Tub
Conttituiion* of the U. State*
Hive, a colleAion of Thoughts
Nihcll bn the Po fc
New Engliffi Difpcnfatory
Comp'eat Letter Writer
Tutor 1 Afllftant
Complete Frcnah Matter, for ladle# and
Aa introduAion to Geography, prin
cipal y defigned for the ufc of
Mafon on Self Koawkdgt
S I A PUy*
Calvin fro Improved
The Re gion of Satan, or Aitichrlft
d new Hieroglyph cal Bible, for the
amuferaent and inftruAion of cb l*
dren* being a fclrA’on rf the nr ft
ufcful U (Tons, and molt intereHiug
rarratives ; (fcr ptuially arranged)
from Gencfia to the Revelations,
cmb'lliffi-id with familiar figures and
ftrikinu eroblcma, elegantly engraved
A Defence of the Old T fKamc.nl, in a
ferie* of letters, addreffed to 1 bomas
Paine, nU'hor ot a book, entitled,
the ot Reafon, part the fecond,
being an invcftigation of True and
cf Fabulous Theology—By Da»*d
Levi, author of letters to Dr. Pried*
ly, in anfwnr to hi* to the Jew*, &c.
Love and Patriotifm ! or the adventure*
of M. Duponail, late major general
in the arm.c* of the United Stares,
interfperfed with many furptizing
incidents in the life of the late Count
A DiAiona'y of Love ; wherein is the
defeription of a peifcA beauty ; lb*
piAure of a Fop or Macaroni ; and
a key to all the arch phrafes, difficult
terms, and peculiar idioms, ufed in
that univerfal language
Greek and Latin School Book#
French and Dutch Book*
Merchant Account Book*, and Blank
BocJiB of all kinds
MUSIC BOOKS, for the Harpficord.
Guitar. Violin, Flute, Clarinet and
Together with a great variety of
OLD BOOKS, too tedious to mcn
Pencil®, camphorated Sealing Wax,
and beft BLACK INK, by the quart
bottle or fmaller quantity.
April 2 9 1800.
And may le had at this Ojfce t
A few copies of
The ProfpeG Before Us,
A political publicat'oD,
By JAMES T. CALLENDER.
• April 3s«
To THE PUBLIC.
THE Editor 0/ the LouifaUt
Gazette reffeß/ully inform
the public in general, and his
Friends in parhcvlar , that he has
this day taken into co-partner pa a
Mr* James Hely . 7 he bvfine's
util in future be condifad under
the Firm of
DAY and H EL Y,
Whofe attentions will be exercifd
to render general Jatisfaftm. L
And they pledge them/elves J OY the
conjlant exercife of their befl judg
ment in the di/pofition cj finch t JfL
and intelligence as may be prejentd
for publication •
April 29, 1800. f
To the Patrons of the Louifvilk
The Editor of this Gazette,
requefis all thofe who have any De
mands againjl him, , to prefent them
Jor payment ; and thofe Subjcnbers
who arc in arrears , art particularly
called upon to pay them as early as
pojfible , as it will be necejjary to
cloft all accounts immediately.
The public and Sub/crihers will
pleafi to accept the exprejfion of the
moil Jincere gratitude , as a juft
acknowledgment for the very kind
Jupport the Editor has received fince
his commencement in bufinefs .
April 29, 1800,
NOT I ~C~E ~
HpHAT nine months after the
date hereof , application will
be made to the hono y able the Inferior
court of the county of Warren , Jot
leave to fell a Irak oj land, contain
ing two hundred acres , cn the
Ogechee river , adjoining Lewis
Bradoy and Kingery ; it being the
the real eflate of John Currv , de
cea/ed, for the benefit oj the heiri
oj Jaid ejlate.
Admimflrators of Jaid ejiale,
February 20, 1800.
February 3, iBco.
Notification to Tax Collectors.
AN ACT, entitled ** an aA fe
ra ; fe a Tax for the fupport of
government for the year 1800,” palled
the 41b day of December, 1 799* afi
“ couftcd ' fc»r the Trcafurer for the
time being, be, and he ia hereby em
powered and required to grant Evccu*
tiona agaioft all former Col It A ora of
Taxes, who are, or may be Defaulters,
immediately after the piffiug of
Ail Tax Collectors therefore,
arc in arrears for Taxes, will avail them-'
felvea of making fpeedy fettlcm cD ’*» ®*
we fhall proceed as the law dircAs.
Edwin Mounger, treajurer .
J, Meriwether, comp
N O T I C E.
WHEREAS my wife,
Coleman, has left my bed and
boarding againft my will $ thefc a,e
therefore to forwarn all pcifon# ro ®
dealings with her on try account, as
am determined to be the difpofer 0
own property, and to pay no de ’*•
but thofe of roy own contraAiog.
jf(Jfe r fcn County , Feb. 25*
A few copici of
General Wafhington's WILL
May be had at this Office,
price 25 ccn-»*