THE ADVOCATE is Pur.Li'itr and
ry MOND-iY Aita THURSDAY by
JOHN CARMONT &('o on th* bay,
OPf .site the EXCHANGE, at
DOLLARS PER. annum, PAYABLE HALt’
YEARLY IN ADVANCE.
*f* Michael Fallon, begs
leave 10 hi* friends, uu i the pub
lic in general, that he ■* a.Cinuiulnte for tbe
©ffhic of COtIONtU, lor ClAthaiH Uoun
ty ; and solicits their suffrages ;vt the on
ailing Election. A"gii"t 13 ®
* ** We arc authorised to
state *hat Mr. MiCIUFJ. |j
a candidate for the ofhw* of CO RON* ■.
f f T ♦he- county of Chatham* at the Bnsutt.j,
J, QT> TJ V r o pOO TANARUS,,
~ rr/ .1 v/p
FmJ? . o receive - e.u£o Immediately', nd
having 500 hairs ofcmud. engaged,
dispatched ‘vlthofit delayi- toe is 10 fiim
order, htv ng thoroughly repaired m.
Liverpool—3oo b des cotton are wanted to
fill her up Apply o
MEIN. M At?K A< & CO.
’ I’OR SAI.E,
4000 bushels Liverpool ROUND SALT
15 bales Cotton R A GOING •
20 ba es low,priced Welch RE''INS
lo crates assorted G.llOi ALL
150 cask” London liotlb'd POillF.fr
Thi* p r *>port , will bo sold low, it taken
from on board immediately.
... • - - ‘ to
< • LOK LtV ER K >‘OE,
Alex an der Hamilton,
Wi liam Ca It ah ah, Maftri
A oust'd 1 able part of her cai go is engaged
ai tl will'b-sunn dispatched. For ircight
of the remainder-, nr passage, apply f -d the
mist’ r, or
JAMES DICKSON & CO.
October I. 20
l’ OK i\ i W A •>;< K. J
The fill failing iliip
f \sUsetejipr. . Jo: era Ar.nolb, Mftrt
Is h..it to .tied, and wilt s.ni on 1 oursdav
nest. For freight of 10c) bales Cotton, or
passage, apply on buNid or to
ry p,b-< ; s. ■■ . 21
a C. BROOKS,
HA?X yusr RFCKirZD.
f 4 , tit Holla, capi Barnaul, from New-Yu**,
’ 0 l ;*-P efc M uld Uw"™ f BRANDT.
4 ditto N piles )
3 halt (jpes old Madeira WINE
ii hogshead* > LOAF-SUGAR.
$0 btnHs 1
8 Ur £f, H,,<J \ ehents HYSON TEA
J 2 rma] I )
£.5 bags’PEfM'Eß -
&0 b Xi'i Doolittle’s SOAR
I box h An LINT..N, and
4l> barrels SUPi'.Kv IN’F, FLOUR, not
more 1 hart 15 din s (teat the nr,lf.
Wltic'Mhey will sell their u>unl low
prices. Sr.pt. i’ll 19
HUM and MACKcARLL.
40 lilicN New Kng'aml HLJ VI
VJ barrels j nine M ACKAKi L
Hoceived bV the brig Drake, from'Boston,
V YORSALE BY
SAM'.. & Cl! A*. HOWARD.
August. 27. 10
THE subscribers have removed to tho
large none building, on Taylor K.
3c\RBR unit's w'hiitf; where tliev arc
*w receiving a principal part of their
Fall Supply of Goods ,
By the. America, cepU'n NlcHots, and
tin* Alexander Hamilton, captain Cal
-lAMAN, Irom Liverpool, and'for sale, by
JAMES DICKSON & CO.
September u 19
FedeVal Republican Advocate,
Prt.o CKCOt ET LEOE—PRO ARIS KT FOCM. ’ ‘ v
savannah, (Georgia,) Thursday, October s, 1807.
ANDREW LOW & Cos.
Jiairr received per ship* Gs. ‘Rgta. Ro
bert BoLtjn. and Dupatcti. from
Liverpool, nnd fron
Glasgow via Charleston,
IN -ADDITION TO FORMER
IVhifh noxv mules it ‘very complete:
Ladies elegant work Loses,, with medallion
Hum Comm ('ambries
>*o. ded Vein ditto
,: *l>v:<i Cnmljrie* alid Giugh~.ms
Thread Edgings and Liiccs
Cotton ditto ditto
N oilingbam I ‘ices
ibitcnt and Coat on Lace Veils and Shawls
Hook and .bicouyt Muslin .
Term and-lbcijnet ditto
]*. risitui and Net tiitto
Wli,--rp Net data
Y ;url Traf.*lgar d*ua
S-viled CoUvuid-’ Lent* duto
Short find Lnt'V Ctrcnssiau Robe*
U<no Shawls, 1 Veils and Ttnpot*
Spanish Cloak* nnd Mantle*
|,v;oo nnd L-v'c Cap Patterns
!>o. Habit S.iirts and Tuckers
Ladies Sdk Ghv.-es and Mrtts
luce and P'.v N-i: ditto
Cotton and Silk Lace Sk'f.ves
Silk Sbav.-ls and Handkerchiefs
Ca 11-'* fVG'-m ’iL-manVAb k . c6ttn hosiery
I us'riiii'.s am! Mantua*
n <an> ?. ens and C apes
Liifens and Loiig Davits
Tub!* Cloths and Dupers
& 4 Irish Sljectirtg.
‘Cotum Shirting Rtid Slit-tving . -
omen and Coiron Handkerchiefs
Madras and INillicat Handkerchief*
Brown llolUtrid and Dowlas
Os’iaburgs Rnd Cotton Bagging
N-uikeonet and Cotton Cassitairos
Corduroy* and Velveteens
Printed Ji ansand MurseillMA
i'urkov red, b.uc, gretn and yellow cotton
Adelphi Cotton in balls
Sdk and Cotton Braces
Siik and Cottoi’ Cords
Ditto ditto nnd TaseU
Silk and Cwltnii Umbrella*
Superfine Clot ha nod
Fine VVelcb F’Hnnrls
Threads, Tapes ami BebU ns
CJeul l< ntcu’* and YouilkS Hat*
L.rdits and I'.ns ditto
D atiuanh Leal her Cap*
Fr9'n rCr.tv York per 5, !, -ip Louisiana.
Fi>'iu:h Rttd Italian t.uMfiogs
French Silk Cloves *
Imperial and Gnnpo'vdiJf Teas
Souchong and Hvv>** and tto
Hnuihiiuu, I.Lttrt .nu! Yellow Nankeen*
All. of which* will be sold low for CA M,
p;.oouCL. or good acceptances in town,
■August *<). , - 8
Fiiiocn Do]’sirs He ward.
r-.-;—-v. . A I’PCONDUD shot*! Tt
1 ty. ij £\ wt f l,.'* agi, u negro inan
l j mnltcd JIM, he is u stout
! fellow, sinoo'h
1 -iced,his eves large, about
5 lent li’ inches high had
A-4 T r—-. ~n w beu he went off, n tu*-
tfan iackef and overall*, a biark hut audit
white shirt —He pretends to bu something
of a Mtdor, ntid ittav proUibly a.iempt to
get olVm sonic* veS-cl ; masters of ves-ols are
ilin fore cautioned against taking him oil*
T ie above: reward will be paid to any per
son who will licenre him in aiw gaol in the
state, or 111 lives hut) ty the'subscriber ; and
5 dollars will br paid fur inform it ion iha; will
lead 10 see.ere him. GFCHIGL I'.NO".
ikp'.ttiib;i 1". • 1
A quantity otexcellent SEA COALS,
FOR. SALE FY
S. & C. HOWARD.
Sept. 24. fi |g
iGO barrels Superhne Itichinond
no hogllieads prime
For safe by
- THOMAS LAWRENCE.
bait, Crockery ware, Porter, &c
ft m fkfit DisrATcn, fnm LiVisroot,
AM> ilia -At.f. BY THE SUBSCRIBER,
4SGO gr or ad SALT
100 t rate* affartea EARTHEN iVARB
4*oo Stone JUG* and jAtCS
£© li<>Tv Neg-C PIVR*
** Mflfc* Lon. toil bottled PORTER
r J ton Canal COALS
WHO K4t ON HAN®,
H'.-d,. Retailing M">LAS*nB
So Pu ietientu IfV Sc 4ib t>r r >af NR R WJ4
*5 Piie* 4th proof BRANDY
’ 3 ?i j* H lUd OIM
a Pij*..n( t Madeira Wl**
II \ilplk. Mtlfrorado SUO ARI
7 ri?rtrL,oi( Ditto
9 Toft coi’ntrv A: Sw and ‘t IRON
fi C'neft. freA- Hx-f-.-n TEA
So Do rt-lme BEEF & BORIC.
8 Ha}#a oommon Writiug PAPER
9 Cnlks Cbret WfNE
I7 CrjitwCrtien &
80 ~a fcudift* ground SALT
A ago ft 10 j
Received per the Roll a,
40 Wes man,d CANDLES
• 2() ditty St V.A'-*-; /vs K. Dt.ulittle*s make
y ditto nf N. England manufactursd
FOR SALE BY
SrpL 18 19
On thefrst Vuveday in October next , at
the court howe in Camden County* be •
txvcen the hairs of ten and three eVcttf,
PART of LOT No. S together with
the Houses, outhouses, Buildings ancl
Improvements thereon, levied on as the
pro per tv of Jos.'Judson, and to b* sold by
virtue of an execution obtained in favor
of John Jones against the administrator*
! of J or. Judbon.
l Part of Lot No. 3- one hundred feet in
| front, with a house thereon, levied nu as
j the property of James Vincent, to satisfy a
l judgement ob .uned in favor of I S. D.
j rtloruru -1 1 in, against the administrators of
! Jair.es Vincent.
JOSEPH CREWS, and. s. c. c.
i st. Mart *s August 31 12
Rum and Molasses .
j li hhds 3(1 proof-West* India RUM
!4 diito .MOLASSES, fit for retailing
! Jb barrels fresh FLOUR
;?3 boxer Dn-JiMl#*, SO AP
i 14 liiiJ* SUGARS.
FOIL SALE EY
- E. WAINRICHT.
! Sept M 19
Sheriff ’c bales*
- On the first 7 ucsdny in November next, ;
| WILL BE SOLD,
; At the court house in the town °f 7*J* r y n ’
f Curndetl county, between the hou>s of ten
1 and three oV/tdf, the following property,
JIM, Cndim-v Frederick, Will, Frank,
Samba, Violet, Jnba, - JVr*, Sallv, Ma
| rv, Dta-r, Lydits Mawtta, Yhbiiiu* Com.
I siissa, CJiasliv, Mubita, Cooly and Corn
j niissa ; levied on and sold as the property
of Mr. Martha W. Nightinp*. on a
Mnrtgig duly for ('closed in favor of Rich
ard O’Dniinci, 251 th May, 1807. Post,
potted from August sales. Condition* of
Sale 01. i>- G. JONFiS, S. C. C.
Late ‘Foreign News 5
Received bv the Mary, ('a|>t. Stokej, 3t
• kiv- fronj GrvfnccK.
CONFERENCE RYTWEEN THE KING OR SW*.
DEN AND GENERAL BRUNE.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.
The following i*x tr’nftuiou ofthe corverfxtion which
parted between hi* Majesty the Kin; *f Swrnxs and
General B*cthx at Schlatkow.on the 4th of June, a
published !>y command, at Strtlfund; and if yow
think it will be ro your Readers, you'zre
welcome to int’ert it in your Paper.
GUST WUS BRTTNVMARK,
Chaplain to the Swedtlb Legation at the Court of Sf.
The original publication begins thus
As an incorrect article has been in*
ferted in the Hamburgh and Abona,
Papers, concerning his Royal Majefly's
confereift:e with the French General
Brine, at Schlatkow, on the 4th of
June, 1807, kerns now high time to
put this conversion in i's true light.
When ihe French General came to
the King, he began, after a pause of a
few moments, bv faying—-I present my
felf here in coufcquence of your Msja
The King, —l have my felfwifhed t<r
speak to you, General, in order to ren
der unnecefTary all further explanation
on the article added to the conciufion
of the armistice at Schlatkow, as I wilh
that every thing fliould be clear and
diflinQ, (o that no. mifconftrutftion can
arise. My Governor General has al
ready in consequence of my order, told
you in his letter of the 14th of May,
that I do not acknowledge any other
agreements, except ihofe ettabhfhed in
the armifftye ijhtf—-od I now repeat
to you, that that is the only ad I look
upon as binding,
The Gen.—Does your Majcjly per
mit me to speak, or is it yout Alajejlf i
pleafu'e to explain your thoughts your
felf on the fubjeft ?
The King, —No, you may speak.
The Gen.—Your Majesty, 1
mention an instance in which I was roy
lelf concerned, for 1 have concluded a
litnilar ajmiilice in Holland with the
Duke of York ; and 1 had thought that
the additional article pow in question
ought 10 have been as sacred as the
atmulice it felf, when founded on the
honour of both .Commanders in Chief.
The King.—Yes, it is exaftly on
the fame principle -th-.* I acknowledge
only the Armiltice at Schlatkow. Buo
naparte has betides made use of a
lon, which I might also urge, when he
laid, that he htmleif commanded his ar*
my, and ordered General Monier, in
cale the additional article fhouid not
be acceded to. to breakoff the Armifiice.
Now since I have taken thecomraand
of my army in per.fo:i, I might have
had a fufhetent reason for putting an
end to the Armistice, as I would not
acknowledge the additional article j but
I have not done it.
When General Brune be£an to speak
about the ancient alliance between
Sweden and France, and abofft an U*
nion between the two Nations.
The King answered.—Yes, certainly,
I wilh as ninth as you, that this alli
ance might be revived ; but the French
Nation is no longer the fame, and those
happy times are puffed, when a close
alliance contributed to the political ad”
vantage of the two Kingdoms. The
preknt flite of affairs prevents it.
The General—Your Majefly, the
French nation is always the lipne. It
has acquited much honour and power,
France has made a great progreft, she
has ‘improved her agriculture and her
resources, and if in other times your
Majelly had an opportunity of going
thither, it would, perhaps, be inteieiting