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i£oa.,ijiiu <iv.s:rtc Oisice.
Friday, "December ir. ISO7.
The Northern mail due at the Fost-
Osn r c here on Saturday I a st, did not
strive until Wedntrsday evening, via
Savanni h. The MiHedgeville mail ar
rived at the usual time—but as here
*rsvre, n-ither brought us News-Papers
7iur intelligence os any kind.
Flections by the Ligisiature,
Augustus Baldwin, Judge os the
Superior Court sor the Middle District,
vice the honorable VVm. Stitii, deceased ;
diTUi Early, Judge os the Fourth
District, latch sormed by the divisions os
th- C luntiesos B.ddwi 1 and VVilkinson.
Et.ijan Cr.ark, Solicitor-(iv neral.
John Scott, Brigadier-General.
13 ig. Gen, Patrick Jack, Major-
Gtm-ral, vice Gen. John Clark, resigned.
M ijor Daniel, lingulier-Gc-
Jieral, vice Gen. Jack, promoted.
The Legislature not being ratis r ied
with the treaty entered into between the
Commissioners (appointed at their last
Session) and those os North-Carolina,
relative to Walton county, have appointed
Nicholas L >ng, Le Roy Lope & John
L. Houston, Fsqs. Commissioners", to
ascertain the 35th degree os north lulitud •,
and to settle the disserences relative to
boundary between this State and North-
Carolina. They are to lie assisted by two
artists, together with Mr. Sturges, the
Surveyor-General, and with other instrn
merit-. than those [ Hanley's d^iudrant. j
We learn srom MiHedgeville, that
the Bill sor Incorporating the Planter’s
Bank os the State os Georgia, has pas
sed both Houses os the Legislature.—
The Bank is to be eslaolilhcd in the
City os Savannah—the c..« ital where
os, is sixed at One Million os D illarc,
divided into iO,D'O (hares, os one
hundred dollars each, entitled to an in
crease, by a majority os the Dircstors,
not exceeding three millions. Provi
sion is als> made in the aT sor estab
liihing a Branch in Augusta. Subscnp
tions towards constituting the Bank,
are to be opened on the sirst day os
A Bill has pal Ted the Legislature os
this State, sor prohibiting the reading
nstcr rhe vea; »Bxo, osany British di
lute or authority in any Courts os Law.
Captain Williams arrived at Salem
srom Leghorn, consirms the account os
ihe capture os that city by the French.
In a letter received at Salem, srom
the Mediterranean, is mentioned the
mastai re at Constantinoplc, os 15,000
Chriilians, by the Turks.
The American Consul at Genoa is
said to have been arrested, and Teals
put upon his papers, by order os the
French government, without aligning
Charleston , December 1,
The United Slates brig Hornet ,
Dent, E q. commander, anchored in ibis
harbor yesterday, in 42 days srom Mala
ga — uie sired a salute on passing Fort
Wc learn by this arrival, that neutral
vessels os all descriptions are captured
by tile belligerent p -wers ie the Mediter
ranean. All communication with Gibral
tar hud been interdicted on pain os death,
it was reported that the French were a
*, bout to embark sorty thousand troops, in
Russian bottoms, sor the invasion os Si
cily, but their success would be doubtsul
as the Bi iti&h were erecting sortisications,
and using every means in their power to
oppose them. The Portuguese were in
daily expectation os die arrival os the
French, & the Royal samily were making
preparations to go to the Brazils. \3 hen
the Fiench troops look possession os Leg
horn, in August list, they seized all Bib
tLh and American property, and lodged
it in the public magazines, until thi clai
m ints c in prove it not to be os the manu
sacture os England. The Ex-bashaw os
Tripoli remained at Syracuse in good
Savannah, December 1.
A letter srom Washington, by the last
mail mentions, “ That it is proposed to
sortisy S " amah, a little below the city,
(perhaps at sive sathom) with a covered
work and with Gun-Boats. Gun-Boats
are to be stationed between St. Mary’s
and Savannah, and a small Battery, sup
p >1 ted by gun-boats, at the sormer place ;
and that Gun-Boats and Fortisications,
ru th a new organized and well disciplined
Md ti 1, w.th probably an ex' nded regu
lar sorce, will be relied on by i.ur govern
t ir N itiu. al iJeitiicc.’ 7
Ex st .s js a letter srom Washington, s Fe
deral City .) oj the 14rA November :
“ Ine Cc art os Enquiry, has sound
that Comm idore 13 irron, amply provid j d
with tile means os desence, had sailed t >
use th< in ; had made an tin-ossicer Eke
surrender os his Ship, and is triable un
der articles ot the navy, assecting his lise.
He behaved with personal courage, but
dispirited his men, and evinced a dispo
sition to obtain by negotiation, what he
ought to have compelled by sorce oi
arms. I’he decision os the Court is
New Turk, Nov, *l.
Ex (raid os aI: tier srom IVajhington.
“ It mty give your readers plea
sure to have it aseertained that Admi
ral B -rkeley is recalled. I; is a sad
that Mr. Erskinc has received a letter
srom the A.l niral insorming him os
his being recalled ; not owing, he
writes to our dispatchcs bv the Re
venge, sor that the vessel which
brought the order palled the Revenge,
on her voyage—this looks well—ir
leems that the Bncilh minuter viewed
the condud os Admiral B rkeley w ith
the same delegation that every honest
man os every country mult seel on
Fsuebcc, Ost. 19.
Vesterday arrived his rnajesty’s sine
new srigate Horatio, os 38 guns,
George Scott, Lsq. commander. In
her came paslsenger, his Excrljency
Lieutenant General Sir James II nrv
Craig, K. B. Captain General ami
Commander in Chies in and over thr
Britilh provinces in North-America.
In the Horatio came 50 artillery
men , which are all the troops we are
to expect srom England this sall.
From Halisax. —Numerous letters
date, that orders have been received
there srom England, to organize the
militia j and put the sortisications in
repair. One hundred miliria were
employed daily, on the works; and
large reinsorcements were expeded
there. So say the letters.
Poulson's Daily Advcriiser.
. > London, October 15.
We yesterdav noticed the arrival o*
the Ekctra; brig, with dispatches srom
admiral lord Collingwood. She leli
Malta on the iBth, and Gibraltar on
the 28th ult. and, we understand,
brings intelligence os the sailure os
Sir Arthur Jkget’s million to Con
slantinoplc. It is also reported, that
the Eledrie brings an account that
Bonaparte has insluenced the emperor
os Morocco to agree to withhold all
kind os Supplies srom the garrison at
Mr. Rose, jun. is not to supercede the
hon. Mr. Erskinc in his embassy to A
merica, but is Invested with a special com
mission. i here is no doubt but he is tin
bearer os a proposition that is expected to
conciliate the States, and probably there
is already an understanding on the sub
ject. It is said, that a proposal has been
made to America, which, without giving
up the principle sor which we are at issue,
is at the same time materially to aesisi
our own colonies. It is said to be propos
ed to the Americans, that as we mean t<
put all the French and Spanish colonic*
under a more rigorous blockade, th> 5
t,au no longer be allowed to carry the pro
duce os Cuba. Guadaloupe, See, to Eu
rope, but in recompense they shall be al
lowed to take srom our own islands sugar
as Well as rum and molasses, and to cam
them to the European markets.— I his
would release our own planters, while it
threw back on Bonaparte the mischies that
he designed sor us. Globe.
October 17. Ihe cabinet council which
sat on 1 hursday at two o’clock, did n< 1
break up until hals past 5. It was occu
pied with the consideration os the instruc
tions to be given to Mr. George Host
Jun. upon his special mission to America,
[ and to Sir John Borlase Warren, upon
his accession to the command os the Bri
tish squadron on the North American
A passenger in the Frances, arrived
at New-York, had a conversation with
Mr. Munroe, on the 10th os October,
and was told by the minister, that he
i sound it absolutely necessary to come
1 home and have a personal conserence with
ihe President, as the last instructions set
; tercel him so that it was impossible sor
him to conclude a negociation with the
( British government. He added that he
was prepared to state to the President,
1 < w la; G ear-Britain would yield certain
points, and in vyhat particulars she would
remain inunovcal.ie, that theiemust he
mine mutual concessions ; and that he
itillhopedthatno insurmountable obstacles
existed to an amicable and satissactory
adjustment os the concerns os the two
ALARMING to COMMFRCE.
Antwerp. Sept. 28.
a We undcrslaod, an order has
been given out by the Emperor, to
apu-re every vdTrl, bound to, or sioni
England, and is with cargoes , are to
ne < oniidered as good prize. Tin’s is
a mortal blow to the American Com
merv. " ■ and vve sear will lead tq a rup-
Tire between America and France.'"
■RKwr**"*! *rR3»»5Aw-: rwrwarc .1
Du n—On I hutsdav morning, the 3d
mst. Airs. Polly Ch vires, wile os Mr.
(osenh Ch tires, os J.slscrson countv.—
-She has lest a husband and severa* child
ren to bewail the irreparable loss os ai
issecdonate wile and an indulgent parent.
On Tueday, the Rth instant, Miss
Nancy C a ks\v ell, in the 17th year os her
age,y mag st daughter os Major Alexan
der Carswell, os the asoresaid county.—
Amiable in her disposition and manners,
her d ath is sincerely regretted by all wh
had the pleasure os her acquaintance. Sh
has lest a number os relatives tc lamen
her early doom.
ln this town, on Tuesday last
alter a sew days illness, Mr. Richard
1 indall, aged 21 years, a native os
WILL HE SOLD,
On h FID Id the 15 th day os 'January
next, at the plantation cs Mojes
I he P tlonal Property os sai
dercasrd, considing os HORSES,
HOGS, one yoke os STEARS—
Hour-hold and Kitchen FURNI
TURE, Plantation UTONSILS. & .
Conditions will be made known on
the day us Tale.
December 8, 1837.
Ihe Subscriber has sor sale,
700 acres ol good pine LAND,
.Middled l»t tween Gates’s and
Venn’s bridge; the pi mjsr.it ion
whereon Isaac Coleman sßmrerly
lived, lying on the Georgetown
road, leading srom Louisville
1 here are one hundred acres ol
cleared land, under sence, with
an excellent young Peach Orchard.
I’he place is exceedingly well
situated sor a Store or a Tavern,
perhaps inserior to none in tht
county sor that purpose. Indul
gence will be given sur part cs the
December 7, 1807.
GEORGIA. Jt sserson county.
• Whereas Bailey lias applied
to iru* sor letters os adminidration on
the estate and essests os Edmund Bai
ley, deceast d.
These are theresore sO cite and ad
monilh all and singniar the kindred
and creditors os the said deceased, s*
he and appear at ihe next court os
ordinary, to be held in and sor tht
county asore said, on the siisl M n day
m January next, then and there to
shtvv cai ie (is any they have) why
laid letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand, at ossice,
this sth dav os Dec. 1807.
Ambrose Wright, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, yt sserson county.
Whereas Benjamin Davis and
Mark Mason have applied to me sor
letters os A : miniss rari ->n on the estate
and e sit 6l sos Moles Horn, deceased :
I helc are theresore to cite and ad
momssi all and singular the kindred
and creditors os said deceased, to be
and appear at a Courr os Ordi
nary, to be held in and sor the county
as »rrsaid, on the serond Monday in Ja
nuary next, to ssiew caust, any
they have) why said letters Ihould not
Given under my hand at ossice, this
7th dav os Dec. 1807.
Ambrose Wright, c. c. 0.
sVILL BE SOLD, in thep st TueJ.
dy in 'January mxt, at the Court
Uouse in -5b nderjviilt, (IFashingtcH
county) at the usual hours,
Tiheen NEGROES, viz: Rose,
j Amy, Maurice, Sharper, Nell,
Robin, Phil, Mary, Jude, Doll,
Harry, Stephen, Maria, Stephen
and Edmund ; to satissy two rxe
i culions, (’harles Lynch and Da
vid Meade vs. Freeman Lewis.
100 acres os land, adjoining
Thomas Smith and others ; to sa
lisly an execution, John Pa ; kp> tOr
the use os Reuben Turner, vs.
Shadrach Moore, jun.
300 acres ol land, more or
less, adjoining J. Bracken, 011
the waters os Big creek; to sa
tissy an execution, Joseph Phi
lips and his wise Susannah, sor
William Bush, vs. William Brack
en, surviving promisor os An
100 acres os land, in the sork
os Bussalo, adjoining William Al
britton ami E. Hodge; pointed
out by' the desendant, and levied
on by a constable, to satissy sour
executions, William Folk vs. T ho
BENJ. SMI I H,
December 3, tr.o7.
On toe Jit /l lUESI)AT in January
next, will he sold, at the Market-
Uouse in the town os Louisvilli ,
(J*ss er l m county) at the usual hours.
One thousand eight hun
dred acres os land, known as the
Old IWn 'Tract; taken as ilia
property os John Forsyth, to sa*
tissy James Scott and others.
One I louse and Lot in the town
os Louisville; taken as the pro
perty os Michael Burke, to saiis*
sy James Scott.
FK A N CIS M‘MUR R E Y„
December 3, 1807.
WILL BE SOLD, on tbesiyst Tue J
- in January next, at the Market -
Uouse in the town os Louisville, be
tween the usual hours , the sallowi g
properly , viz:
Thirty-sour NEGROES, viz; Ab~
v, Chloc, Judy, I vc, Qu<quo, Ben*
Robert, Tom, Oliver, Joe, York,
David, Cyrus, Dick, Vudct, Diana,
John, Fenton, Millv, Phcbr, Fanny,
Charlotte, Nancv, Flora, Role, Po-
Jydore, Grace, Prince, Nancy, Mr
osta, Qjwlh, August, Sulannah and
Peter—All os the Houschold and
Kitchen Furniture, his Library os
Books, Me didne, Shop Furniture,
Surgeon’s Inllrumcnts, Tlantatior*
Tools, one- Waggon and Geers, three
Mules, three- Horses, one Phatton.
one Chair &c HarnesTcr one Saw Rla
< lunc sor cleaning os Cotton, s)3 r t os
his crop os Cotton, Corn and Fodder
—Also, six lots in the town os Louis
viilc, with the improvements thereon,
ail adjoining, whereon Dr. Michael!
Burke now resi les,—A so, 202 t z
acres os land, in the sccond distndt
W ilkinson county, knov/n in the plan
by lot No. 64 ; levied on as the pro
perty os Dr, Michael Burke, to sans
>v James and Alexander M‘Clurc, and
GEO: W. MOORE, d. m*
December 3, 1807.
WILL BE SOLD , on Ihursday the
°s January r'xt, al the late
rejUjnce os Peter: Reid, deceased,
The remaining Perishable
Properly belonging to the estate
I os said deceased, consisting os
Horses, Cattle, Hogs, I louse
i hold and Kitchen Furniture, Plan-
I tation Utensils, and many other
i articles too tedious to mention.
Twelve months credit, the pur
■ chasers giving bond with approv
ed securities, to
' JOHN BELL, Adm’tor.
SARAH REID, Adtn’trix.
December 3, lH r, r.