On Thursday evening Uh| by the Ilfv. Mr.
Andrew, Mr.Uvwno*. Snitivt, of Philadelphia,
to the Amiable Miss IUbima Jaiu Ui*tK,of lint
In Effingham count), Ulh ult. In the 19th
year of her »g«, Jd.a. Caroline King, consort of
M<*. Qco W. King.
PORT OF SAVAYMIL
Ship Savannah, White, New-York,
Hall & lfoyt
Sloop Packet, Clark, Baltimore,
Hall & Hoyt
Ship Georgia, Varnum, Liverpool, 32 dava.
to A Low tic co. owners, with a full cargo ofif.y
Jgoods, £<0. to A Low it co. Low, Wallace &
>»o. J Dickson A co. W Taylor id Son, G Rrlph.
wfohnston U Hills, W Gaston, T Gardner, W T
Wdliains, T Young, HMitchel, CantelmiA La*
tnur, E niissW co. H’Campbell, J W Long, ,1 li
Herbert & co. J Woodrow, ,1 Carruthers, W In*
IT*ls it co.4»nd Gumming (J Gvvnthmcy. Oct.
4, lat 34, N. long 57, 30, spoke Ur. brig Mamet
•»f Montreal, from Denurara bound to Quebec,
out 12 data, with loss of foretopinasl and jib*
boom. Pattehgert, Messrs. C W Rockwell and
C M Ring.
Ship Pallas. Land, Liverpool, 48 days, with
no fflaotteA cargo t * James Dickson U. Co. con.
aignees, Johnston it Hills, and G Rclph.
Ship Gen Carrington, Wood, Providence, 9
.daya, with a full cargo to O Pift, G Collins, 8
Blanton, G A Smunoui, W Lippitt it co. J P
Mu go in, R Campbell, T S Metcalf. Pattengor^
Mi's. Rdttey and family, N H Olmstead and fam
ily, Misses Clark, Olmstead and llroad, Mear-a,
Jlusiell, Wilkinson, C Prouty, J P Maguire, G
A. biinmorts, S U Hartford, E Manlon, S New*
comb, E Padelford, G S lUttcy, W Olmstead, J
Schr. (lope, Uinckly,Port*u*Princc, 13 days,
in builsst to John J.athrop (J co emisignceq.
TuUetigcr J U Powell. Left brig New Packet,
Clune, of Somerset, bound to one of the Keys
•nil New-York, to Mil 3d ult.» brig Columbus,
Marberry, Alexandria, brig l’erox, Potter, of
and foi Kennebtink, uncertain ; brig Agenora,
Mitchd, of Kennebunlr, discharging * brig
Buck, Hutchinson, of and for New-York, Oct 8.
Schr Thorn, Vcruard, Darien, 2 days, to M
Turnbull and A Low Ik co.
Sloop Mary, Brown, Chirleotoh, l day, with a
lull cargo to I Gojten, Consignee, J M'Nish,
Uaudry fit Dufaure, J P Williamson, P Drege,
J A Ueaulard & co. T Walton, S Manton, S Ar
nold, Henry k Turner and J Whiteman. 28
Sloop Express, Humphries, charleston, 2
days, wit4 a full cargo to Hall (J Hoyt, I Cohen,
Cldand Ik Fraser. Pattengcrt, Mrs Harmon
and son, Mes rs Noger, Air, and Lilli bridge.
Sloop Mechanic, Somers, Charleston, 3 days,
with an assorted cargo to Levistunea tit Cand
le) ■ consigned.
rp Ton this ronT.
At Providence 28th ult. sloop Willlaiti, Read,
to sail early in October.
CHARLESTON, Oct 8—Arrived, sell Jane,
Corson, Philud. 3 day*.
Cleared, ship President, Fanning, N York.
The Pilot Uoat Caroline, which left this on
Tuesday lalt in search of the wreck of the A-hr
Mary Ann, Hillard, of this port, returned on
Sunday night, knd reports that she fell in with
it st 12 M. 28 miles south of Charleston Light,
• in (5 fathoms water; iook it in tow, and stood
fir the land with the wind tit N. K.; could only
fetch St. Helena Bar j that on Wednesday eve*
King, in trying to cross it to gel into Hunting
Island Cove, the wind died away, and the tide
swept the wieck on a shoal, from whence it,
was drifted on Thursdav.^ent ashore, and lias
gone to pieces on. the Hunting Island Beach
On examining the wreck, previous to her going
ashore, they succeded In saving therefrom
£3000 in specie, the property of C.»pt, Weis-
man, which was found in the run j her cargo,
which consisted of molasses and sugar, had
gone to pieces. Captain Hillard's trunk, the
mute's chest, and some boxes of segsrs, are sup
posed to have been taken out by some vessel
which had bo's riled the wreck. The Caroline
also saved «>ne chain cable, aiid put of a hemp
one, one anchor and her jib-boom. They found
also Capt Hillard’s quadrant, with his last ob-
iervation, 32 20. g l«00 belonging to Captain
V’elsmftn, together with Captain Hillard’s mo-
ney, which was supposed to be in the cabin,
was not found.
Oct 9 - Arrived, sell Elisa k Polly, Forsythe,
Havana, 9 day*. Markets—Rioe £4; Flour 18
* The schr William, R Allen, mas
ter, oj^Hon, sailed from St. Mary's on the
25tl4^^E cargo of lumber for Philadelphia,
J.t ilA mllan Q nf QAa.Ant.atl ... < lx,
bcaflfemls Sp minutes i
weather lanyards, (he roans went,and alie right
ed. The erew, comitting Hichard Allen mas
ter, Janies Watson mate, S Amts, S Allen, J
F.ddeslon, J Parsons, J N Jones, and a black
boy, were washed off, but regained the deck,
with the exception of J N Jones, who was
drowned. The decks were swept of evm
thing, the vessel full of water, and the survivors
snbsittedfnr lOdsys, with difficulty, on a small
3 uantily of raw salt beef and Halt, say about 6 or
pounds, and a thurk they had taken, without
Bread, and with a trifling quantity ot water. On
the 7th was discovered, and taken off the wreck
by the aehr Eliza U Polly, Forsythe, f.om Ha
vana for this port.
Oct 13—Arrived, sloop Leopard, FellteeJ. St.
Auouating, U days.
Cleared, thip Ferfert, Prince, Liverpool
Fall atid Winter
T he subscribers have received by the ship
■Oglethorpe,-from Liverpool, an assorted
aupply of StASOMJtLU GOODS, winch are
offered tor salt, at O morale advance ami on ac-
camnadoring term. ; attd b, the slop Ueorgtaand
5lu"MMilfm additional" imply, which will
’oct A •
Kail and Winter Goods.
B y the ships Oglethorpe and Richard Flas
ket, recently arrived from Liverpool, the
acubsenbera have receivetl a large portion ol
their Fell and Winter GOOBS i and bytl-e Pwl-
j.a and't.eorgi*, daily expected ‘hey look for
... additional Supply of every article amiable for
. tie present and approaching season. ‘
H JAMES DIGStSON IS Co.
The packet ship
Thu Wood, matter,
will sail with despatch. For
freight or passage, having elegant accnnwnoda*
tioni, apply on board, at Moore'* wharf, nr to
„ ORIIAY TAFT.
HAo hut for tale, landing taidtUp,
5 bales Domestic Sheeting and Shirtings
30 kegs first quality Butter
20 qr chests llyson Tea oct 13
To sail on Wednesday,
For freight or pmiigc, apply to the
captain, at Jones* whu'f, or to
LEVISTONES & CANDLER.
The regular sloop
Cafit John Brown,
»ba» commenced running between this
phee and Gharlcston, and will leave here To.
Morrow Morning, nt 10 o'clock, precisely. For
fiviglit or passage, apply on board, at Exchange
wU f, or to ISAAC COHEN,
not 15 r
AffMTt n’<ics.|-ist reerived per slip Cotton
«93>-y FUnt, fur isle by
J. D. HERBERT h CO.
stile, Very pntife 43 inch Cotttin n.-gging.
net 15 p Wkl. Tt'liNKR.
Young Negro Woman, a good hmtse ser.
fjpiIE subscriber lias removed his establlah-
JL ment to his former stand on the (Jav, ad
joining,the City Hotel. J GEORiIe.
oct 15 p
eR ?^ £8 P fttent ln, l tnould Shot, assorted
25 casks prime manufactured Tobacco
25 bundles prune liny
By C. C. GRISWOLD,
oct 15 p
J C9T received per ship Cotton Plant, ,a fresl*
sup fly of Drugs, Chant cab. Perfumery
Spied, Dye Stuff*, be. for suit- by
Benjamin P. Simons,
Clinch, House, Fancy and Ornamental
PAINT i£R GLAZIEIt,
St Julian street, No, 4 west of the Market.
N B. Fancy ami Windsor Chsirs nnlnted ii
the neatest mnnner.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
B Y the latest arrivals from the North, at tli
Drug and Seed Store of
OEMLER a POSEY.
thomas do Well & cd.
40,20 miles 8. of Savannah in the
>tg/irale capsized, and remained on her
cam ends3p minutes; after cutting away the
stock, a complete assortment. o<’ BOOl
SHOES, which they offer for sale on the mo»
moderate terms. oct 15 ref
The Subscribers offer for Sale,
100 bales prime Hay
30 coils Rope, small size
140 bis Howard street Fltpir
25 do prime Beef
50 tierces (4 bushels each) Potatoes
Boxes Soap and Candles, from Joh
Wmsley's manufactory, Boston, e<
qiinl to any in the United Slates
30 boxes prime Cod Fish
LEVIS TONES CANDLER,
oct 15 l Hunter's brick building
Low’s Superior Perfumed
Direct from London,
Low's Bmnlient Compound
Do Oriental Compound
Mto, the real English Windsor 8n»ps
For sale by ANSON PARSONS,
oct 15 Druggist, No 8 Gibbons’ build nf
A S Eligible OFFICE ur STORE in the cen
tres busim-1*,on modera'c terms. Apvty
W Uie uili'.sr of the Ccorgma.
Fifty Dollars Reward.
R ANA WAY from the subscriber in May la
unewro man named Cl.EM, who sou
iftnes calls himsalf Len,. He is well made ;
little yellowish complected; when spoken
sharply* he is rather inclined to alutter. He
. C f^.S *7 Am O tn.lifl. liinli — — .1 OC .....
1 up I
hood, Ten Dollars,
I have • lat of LAND in the 3d district
Houston county, No 148, with a commqdioi
cabin built on it, adjacent to an excelle
spring, the l.and second quality, that 1 won
10 acres the first year—20 acres the i
year, and the same Q-n*nt ty the 3d year
WILLIAM ELLIS, M. G.
Lonicera, Baldwin county, Oct 8. o
i\ KVn Ho**»fir*t quality Muscatel Rslsina,
ilwvll/ just received per brig Adeline, and
for tale by OltllAY TAFT. .
oct 8 t
‘ Fresh Howard-street Flour.
flfegcs Ills Landing Horn aloup Packet, for
U23D sale by HALL U HOYT,
fl tlYTk Piece* Dundee Bagging, for l»le by
ilJIKD Hi IHEKT CAMPBELL.
Apply toJamei Smith, at Nioliolaa and Nelf’i
tfflrfY Piece* Cotton Hugging, for sale hy
J. U. iLllBBBTJfCO.
London B. B. S. Porter.
Casks Williamson’s UBS Porta* of
superior quality and warranted or
der, for sale by J. B. HEUDKUT it Co
oct 10 »
Superior Burlington Hams.
Blssupcrior Hams for family uae t for salt
iAW by J. U. HERBERT & Co
Crockery ware and Glass.
Crates low priced Crockery
10 casks Gliisswxre, just received per
ship Oglethorpe, for ssle by
J. B. HEIIBERT (S CO.
fO HHDS. and 9 Tie ces crime Molaiies,
' ^ landing I'rom schi'. Oppoaltion, for sale by
oct 1 HAI,I. Ik HOYT
I?DWAUD WILLIAMS offprs his service'
1!j to the friends of the late firm of E. Wil-
'turns it Co, in the transaction ol’ Coiumittion Bu
duett, at Savannah. aug 6
|~|FFFaR for sale 5 bales of White PLAINS, of
very superior qu’d't v and 50 barrels of new
(tchmoud Flour, branded Huxall*
CUMJ41NG it GWATI1MEY.
nrt 5 ^h *
Hj^llB wbscribi-r lia-t removed his ofllci to the
A. room above Mr OMershuw's cnbinet ware*
house, one door west of thet 'rty Hotel, on the
Bay. ALEXANDER UUN1EU.
g,«ot 12 P «
TTl’IE house belonging to tho estate of D ’ctor
IX Casey, in — square P^Memnn given
oirthe first of November. Fi»r tui ras apply to
Col. Shellnianor VN’tn. Davies, Esq,
Oot 12 tin
%^ROV09\LS will ho received at the Btefttn
JL Boat Office until the 20th inst.for dischat'F*
ng Cotton from the company's tow boats for the
season ; price per bale to he named
S. V. DUNNING, Prcs’t. H
SLANTS a Situation, in s store, or to take
\Ar charge of goods from here to Angtlfta,
and back again, a Yuung Man whq can come
Well recommended. A line addressed to T*,
L.and left st this office ahull be promptly at*
Fluins and Blankets.
FT AS received bin lull supply of Plains and
tl London Duffile Blankets. Likewise super*
fine Caroline Fluids, (Jc. which makes his fall
assortment equal, if not superior to any ip the
city. oct 10 lm
Classical and English School.
FNFOUMS his FiiemU and th< Public, that
l he will re-open his Schoo) for Young Ladies
and Gentlemen, on Monduy next, the I4'l» inst,
at 9 o’clock, A M. In tl*. room under Solomon’s
Lodge, near the Old Preshytetian Chuicli.
i fiA Casks Thomustown l.ime
lL'vf 100 bb No 3 Mackarel
20 bugs CoftVt
20 blw N E Rufn .
150 reams large and small 'Wrspplng
$ package, plaviug Card*
F inale by ROBEHT 9. GOFf.
, oct 10 p . r
White Plains and Blankets.
npilE subscribers have received In thr ship
l Oglethorpe, from Liverpool, M hite Plaint
and Duffle Blanket!, with s variety of other ar
ticles suitable for the present and approaching
season, which they offer f‘» r M,e on <heir usual
terms. JAMES ANDERSON k Co,
*„* The undersigned con-
tinuestlie Factorage and Commission business,
and offers for sale lOOtietces of nr me Rice, of
the present crop, principally or half barrels
fc put up' for family use—also 100 whole and 80
half tierces of the last year’s crop.
JOHN P. WILLIAMSON,
oct 1 c ♦
QTpHREEorfour young gentlemen can be ac*
U, commodated with Boarding and Lodging
in a respectable family, in a central situation,
and on the isn't moderate terms. Apply to the
Editor of the Gbobsian, aug 17
The nip.-Mr <-nnncreAihlp
Au .1fft.ro.m, mau-r.
'to now Kwly tv raoolv* ■ sorgo
The reguUrpacket ship
will sail nn I hursduy next 17th
For tale, landing ffom midveuel,
40 hhds pnme Si Croix Sugqr
ltd bags prime Green Cotree
HO pieces first quality 42 inch Cotton Bag-
ppnir oct 12
AS received per brig Frances, from Pbila*
i lelphiu, and a any other iate arrivals,
*0 his Loaf Sugar
20 do family Flour
10 huit bis do.
4 pipes 4th proof Cognac Brandy
4 do do Imitation do
2 puncheons 4th pf cct.tied old Whiskey
t do 5th proof Irish Whiskey of supcrmi
ID qr casks Malaga Wine
5 do TenerifC do
2 do Lisbon do
20 boxes Muscatel Muisinl
20 ilpzcn basket Salt
1000 Sbunish Sugars
10 bites Whitmore's no. 10 Cotton Cards
10 bigs prime green Cuil'ce
2 da Pimento 1
13 qilaiter chests Hyson Tea
5 wlkde chests do
2 bokca Souchong Tea
20 doken pieces Cedar Ware and Market
100 ke|s Cut Nails, usorted sizes
20 do yrought do
200 baM patent Shot, assorted
0000 waj/rou and enrt Boxes
Blifiknmitli'k Bellows, Aovjlla end Vices
cross cut and whip Saws, assaorted
Cdrpeiiter’s Planea, a good assortment,
wi\ha general asaorlnwnlof Hardware
By John Shick, Jr.
On ihr/rti Tnnita, In AUttvmArP text,
W ILL be xohl In fPu.it of the cmirt Imuie in
. the city of S.vinnxh, -til o'chn-k,
Two Nfgtii Men ttnmril Jtthn xml Bvti, n the
property of Mr! Miry Orme, told punx.nt to
On older of tho honotuble the Uourt iif Ordm.-
ry of the county ofClixthxm, end by order of
the Administratrix. Ternt. cxeli.
At private tale,
All thxt trxol or pxrcol. of Lend lying end be
ing in tint pert of the cttyAif Sevxnn.h rilled
Bwinllturg, end known In t|te phtn of mid city
m lot No 84, containing ono hundred fvet on
Willlnin street to the north, end running . U nlh
in depth ninety feet, mot', or Icm. Ttrm. of
eele onih. ott (5
By John Sliick, Jr.
THIS DAY, 15th ioet. Xt II nVInek .
Wit be told in front hit .fiction Room, Jft, 9
An (twortmrnt of
LIQUORS AND GROCERIES.
By J.B. Herbert & Co.
Tills day, 15th In.t. xf U ofelook,
H'ill la Mid ut the Hurt ffifrVy leetfietl by Mr,
. Oamtl On,It, JfCtatpl, . ■
, All the pcMollll properly ot lUc Wild drrre«.
ed, cooiltt ng of UltOCJERIF.s, xtid . «n\«n
quantity afORV (it-Olts, told by petmlulnn
ol tho ll.tiiorultle the Inferior Utuirt of Chxtlnm
county, for lliebeni.At of the credltuye ami hem.
Termeowh, oe’ 15
By J. B. Herbert Co.
TO-MORROW, 16th instant, at 11 o'clock,
M ill be told at our auction not e,
20 his prime Beef
10 mess do
20 luigs Cnflco
80 bis Potatoes
50 do Flour
1000 lbs Bacon
20 bis Gin i 3 pipe* Cognac Brandy
20 boxea Raisino
» keg. Lord, Ac.
4 p ecet Blanket.. Termt exit).
Swedes Iron, Cut Nails, is*c.
i/\ tons Swedes Iron, ossorted, principally
wsfjgon tire and axe bar
50 cam patent Cut Nails, assorted
100 do Lime
50 dq Apples
20 boKes Codfish
2000 bubches Onions
100 bis Richmond city Flour from new
25 bis Berts
10 bis Cider
1000 pair Negro Shocfl
50000 Alexandria Segara
| 10 bales Domestic Plaids
50 boxes Raisins, for sale onboard tbebrig
Globe, at Rice’s tfrharf. Apply to
THOMAS S. METCALF.
opt 8 • ■
VJA8 received by the ship Neptune, from
/Bhficifiue Circassian Scarfs and Shawls*
Du Cytherisn Dresses
Fine book muslin Handkerchiefs
Do sewed book do
Do do do muslin Frills
4-4 bonk munliii Handkerchiefs, with borders
Fmv.j \c»net Epaulets a new article
'Do Stomacheis ami Capes do
Do book muslin Capes or Tipets do
Do India book and mull Muslins, tambored
4 4 and 6-4 Namsook and jaconet Muslins
6 4 fine Caroline Plaids
4 4 printed Calicoes
4 4 Unmri Stripes and 5 4 cotton Checks
Bud Ticks and Linen Checks
Cotton Shawls and Handkerchiefs
And a few bales of Pi dns
A fbrtjior supply is daily expected, whteh will
'be sold low as formerly, at the sign of the
• Gulden Fierce, oct 5 ru
T HE Life of the Rev. Thomas Scott, D. D.
lUctor of Aston Sxndford pucks, including
u nsrativc drawn by himself, and copious ex*
tmotH nf liis letters. By John Soott, A. M—l
vol. SI 50.
Letters to Richard Ileber, E*q. contsjning
critical remarks on the series of novels begin*
K with Waverly, and an attempt to asoerlain
Commercial and Notarial Precedents—By
Joshua Mont* flere.
Forgerv Defeated-for sale by
8. C. fit J. SCHENK.
By J. 11. Herbert § Co.
.Ptwiliw Mir fir Cath. 0
the fitvtTUkxIity in next month, before
" v the otnirt hnime In thli city, b.tween the
timinlhottN, will be ioltl.
Lilt Nn. SI, Cn'umtrfx wxrt|
heinr hxlf or * tout lot, fronting oh
Pre.idem, York end Price xtreet.% eub.
jeet to x email ground rent, togv ther
with the improvement, thereon, eonilxtlng of
x well flnieticd tlwdlltng hou.e xnd out build.
Ingx. net 15.
_ . application will be made to the Honorable
the Justices of the Inferior Court of Liberty
County, for permission to sell the real estate ot
Letty Carter, deceased, for the benefit of the
heira and creditors of the said deceased.
LIGHT TOWNSEND, Adm'or.
aug 15 4*
H as removed from her l.le r sidence (South
Common*) to- Wulhurg’* New llrick
Building*, corner of Congrew tml Jclfcivon
.treet*, where .lie can Imndimnicly iccommo-
lute x few Gentlemen x> Hoarder*,
Twenty Dollars Reward
B ANAWAY from the .ubacriber on the
eveinf of the Slltinat.a Negro Man named
HILL Ht in a abort thick let negro, about 5
feet 3inchra high, very black complexion i atilt-
terx nmchwhen queationed i had on when he
went away, h long black cnat add black silk
pantaloon*, hilt aaTte hax taken other clothing,
he may probably chttnge them. The above re
ward will be paid for 111* apprehenainn and de-
livery in jail, orto IV. H. HOLLAND,
oct 13 i
• Chatham Academy.
T HE Board of Truiteea of this I munition an-
oontice that it will re-open on the firat of
November. Mr Wx. If. Wmk, late of South
Carolina, will take the place of Mr. Htiatell; and
the Truttees arc happy in being able to pro-
T HE Whsrf Lot and Buildings No 7, late thr
property of A. 8. Bulloch, E'sq. For terms,
epp'yto «;£; "^Committee.
JOHN F. LLOYD,
Cashier pro terii Planters's B ink
The above property, if not disposed of by the
15th inst. will be lessed to the highest bidder,
for one year, from the 1st of November next,
oct 3 i.
S EVERAL Dwelling llonsea pleaeantly *i.
tutted, in different parta of the City: alao
a number nf Counting-houaea and Ware-room*,
convenient and eligible aland* for buiinras,
which will be bad on reasonable term- by apply
mg to K, (J J, HABtKJtlAH,
oot 1 t
By Baker 8c Minton,
On THURSDAY next, 17th inst, at 10 o'olool*
Inf'oni rf their Auction Store.
A ffeiuril Assortment i f
And i\t half part 11, inthertoro^
A great Vivyi ty i f , ,
By Bakjer &Jtfi4»Wi»,
' 'On Fill DAY, 35th irlir«t (4 o'clok.
• Will be trlrl on.Telfah*, whdrf,
A pile of Coals,
said to contilin Jtl torn or 4» chkldfoiu, lold to
pay wharfage and-atoragn. net 15.
By Bukei- ty Minton,
r On the fir,t Taetday In A’tvt'mitr next.
11TILL bcgold before tho court houao in (till
f Y oily, at 11 o'clock,
Wltxrfl ot No 8, xxd Improvement! thetteon,
belonging to the eatxte of'I'atriqk Stanton, do-
ceased, lold by permiiaion of the honorable the
Inferior Court of the County of Chttham, by or
der of the Adminl.tratora. * ,«t 15
vt. > Fcreclmure.
Oran Byrd. J
W ILL be aold at the enurt'Lmnf, hetweeff
the iiauul hour, of 10 and 4 o’clook, on
the tint Tuenlay in Deoember next, a negro
woman named Daphney, mortgaged by Oran
Byrd to Adam Tunno, and told under thr .ante,
A. D’LYON,a co
Anil Interesting ^Newa
P 1BI9, Empercur de Fri.icr de Barbetfn
with feeling* nfthe moat profound re.peot,
announce! to the oltixeha of Savannah, that he
haa returned from the North, and intend* paaa-
ing the remainder of the eeaion ameng theitl
for their eapecial benefit r confidently rels ing
upon a continuance of that loyalty and fidelity
which It la hla pride and plexiure to acknnwlrra
have ever dlatinguiahed them. He haa thx plea
sure to inform them, that for their better reoep-
tlon and accommodation, he haa enlarged hit im
perial brad'quarter*, In auch a manner xa to on-
tore their comfort and convenience, In aatyle
peculiar to himself, and where he will, al “
time, be happy to receive the
friends xnd «K lho«e whoso nfCJ
the renovating influence of his hit heslth-l
ing raxors I . ,t"",
N. B. Ladies and Gentlemen who whit to
have their llalr arranged bv Paris, willhe xt.
tended xttheirown houses by tending MMr of.
derats shove. - . ,
P. 8. Bills on Pari, tiken xt ntr.
A Young Man who hat had t-good education.
n. writes a good hand, and having been long
accustomed to active butineaa, xnd undenundx
well the nature of account! and book-keeping,
wishca employment in tome respectable butt,
nesa in this eity i he can come well recom
mended, and a employment ie hit object, be
would nut require mncli of e aalary. A line ad.
dreaaed to A, H.through the poat-office. will be
stlenlcdbi., pc, 3 u
M. thin City, on the first l£sroar in Novem.
her neat, In which will be taught, the Latin and
Greek Unguagea, together wilblhoee brauche*
of an Engliali education, usually taught In Ac*,
demiea. He haa ■kill the beuae at preaent occu
pied bx Mr Sml. t.r Bryaiu aituated In Market
(late Seutb-broad) *treet;from 4 to 6 pupils can
be accommodated with hoard and lodging in hit
family. For particular^ reference may be hid
to the Mtv.J. O. Andtew, or Joaeph George.
Esq. tUABLES W. CABPENTE&