NKW SEUIE3—VOL. I.
sjy.ixxj: , TUKSit .r Motumeo. October si. is22.
25 EDITED JHD PUBLISHED IS THE
CITY OF SAVANNAH,
Gfco. TAobcrUou, Jr.
At gS pereonum, p.y.blein advance.
TIIE GEORGIAN, •
for tiib country,
la published to meet the arrangement of
the naiL three time, a week, ( Hieaday,
Thursday red Saturday) at the OKoeof
the Daily Georgian, and containa Ml the m.
tetlieence, Comtnerdal, Political and Mia-
cellaneous, including ad ertisementa, pub-
blushed in the Daily Paper.
Tire Country Paper n sent to all parte ot
the state and Union, or delivered in the
City, at Hve dollara pur. annum, payable m
advance. , , .
Adrertiaementa are inverted ill both pa-
pen at 75 cent, per square, of 141 nea, Tor
the first naertion, nnd 37J for every sue-
eeeding pqbin.tion. ^
T HE firm of Rockwell O Hepburn i. die-
solved, in consequence of the death
of J. I. Hepburn, Eaq. ,
The subscribers have formed a Conner,
tine m the Practice of Law, under the firm
of ROCK YELL R tlOIttvAN, I hey w ill
attend to ptofesstnno! bnsinrsa, in the F- *
deral Court, in the Ocmuhree circuit, and
in those counties where in the late firm uf
Rockwell ti llepburn practiced.
The e office ts in M lledgevdie, corner nl
Jefferson and McIntosh st eels where nm
ot tlicm may he found at all times, wheu
not uf! the circuit, g ROCKWELL.
A A. MORGAN,
llifledgeville, Jnne ltf, 18*2.
T he .mount of seven and sit per cent
Stocks authorised to be subscribed by
the first are ion of the apt passed the doth
April, l*ii, entitled " ; *n act to authorise
the Secretary of the treasury to exchange
■ Stook bexiing an inlet cit'd live per cent,
for certain nocks bearing an interest ot sis
sind seven per cent,” not h.vin g been su >•
ser.bed. the prnprietnra i f six per c f"'
atoe.ksof X81?,T813, 1814 red 1815, end ol
n*ve i per cent stock ol 1816, who ina
sv'sh to avail themselvea of the provision,
of die tiiird section of the act, arc here
by n ,1'ined, that books have been opened
at tlie Treasury for receiving subscript
tio..s pursuant thereto, and will continue
open until the first of October neat.
* The subscriptions way b:* wade by
proprietors of the stocks specified, either in
pinna tip by their atterneye, duly au'hnr.
Ised t<> make Hie subscriptions and transit r
the stock* to the United States, the certtfi
cates d which are to be surrendered at
tlie Treasury at the time of makug lie
subscriptions. aiqi 27 Irn
N OTICE is her bv given that the enparf*
nersnip heretofore existing between
Fidward VVilliama - f Savannah, und Abijah
F„k of 11 islon, under the firm of K. nil-
ti'imi U Co Savannah, Georgia, is this day
dissolved by mot ial consent. All persons
having demands against the said firm, are
requested to present the same for payment
‘end ail persons indebted to said fi"m, are
’called upon to make payment to Edward
"Williamof Savanncb, by whom the bus.-
Bcss will be hereafer cart ted on
A FI IK.
Rimm /nne Id. 1812 augfi
TO CAl’l I'aLiSTS.
4 VERY superior SUmjh Sw Mill has
been recently eretiteij i i tbo vicini y
of the J
CITY 0¥ D.UUV.X,
as the m 'Si eligible situation for a busi
ness the kind on the Atlantic shores nf
• lie United Slat* s. Piwesmng all the ad
vantages of an in cihuu^ bte supply ot the
finest velhiw pitch Pine ami C\ press Tim
ber, I nit on a fine bluff, with thirteen feet
water ctnse to i\pAiid s natural cove for the
MOB; ti m of logs.
I he present owners not having it in
fhrir power to bestow that attention to it
winch a concern of such magnitude r«
quires^ are de8tr«Mts ofeeliing the vriwle, 01
a part at‘their interest in it, and now offer
it^or vile »t a very lots valuation, and much
less than such a ttnicture could bo coinple-
There hns just b*M» added to it a very
superior Dice Pervtding Machine, capable
of discharging at least 5U tierces of clean
rice pe< day t and n Corn-Mill, all set io
motion by the same engine.
The Paw-Mill is upon a new principle,
by the late renowned Civil Engineer, Mr.
BENNIE of Condon, who sent out one ot
s best workmen to superintend itsercc
tion. It c;»n now cut with 48 saws, and may
• maOe todrivt twic* that number.
The Steam Engine is pet bans th<\beSt
the United Pin'es, made by Messrs.
1)01. TON U WA IT* of Soho, near II*r
mingliam ; and erected under the inspec
tion 01 their best Tinman, sent out express
ly fur that pm [tose.
A wonderful expencc is saved in fuel,
as the saw-dust from the pitch pme istound
o answer instead of fire-Wood, and in
turr.ed to the mouth of the furnace from
the jiit-by elevators now in use.
1 no Rice Machine is also on a new prin
ciple qnd found by experience to answer
better than any yet in use. The quick
ness and regularity ot the movemem, pro
ducing it of a superior brightness with-
out blinking the grain.
The mill s situated on s fine Cieek,
oalleil Cat-Head, on a branch of the Alta
malm River, and only about half atnile from
Sea VeS3el*, whose draught of water en
ables them Io go to the wharf at Darien,
can load at the Mill, only a short distance
.iff, w th gnW facility ; as an encltned
plane from the mill, will enable them »o re
ceive th 1 ? lumber imo their bow* pots,
almost without expence : and the mill, as
now in operation, can furnish 40 M. fee» ol
plank per day, which inay.be increased il
fo md necessary s tlie power being amply
The limber sent from this eslablishme u
sine-, it went Into operation fins been al
lowed to be stjperii r in quality and regu
laruy in sawing
t he commissioners of the Navy of the
United States have approved of . the ship
planks, furnished from it, and it is highly
probable will give it a preference in future
It bus also been seen and justly admired
in New-York aird Philadelphia.
The prospect of a renewed intefcoure
with the British West India Isla-.ls, run-
i this establishment a desirable mode of
investment—offers, in that basing been
made from esse, JAMAICA ALONE, for
about half of all the produce of tHeraw-miN.
The present owne rs nave no objection to
continue interested in it to a certain ex
tent, but their other avocations preclude
their personal attention to it..
For terms and other particulars, tpply
peisonallj or by letter to
(yj N. R. If not disposed of soon, the
mill, with all its privileges, will he rented
for s term of years. -■'?/)/>at above
mav 1.1 ,
Te ai'( whom it ir.uy Concern.
Vf El BAS William Morel has sppli-
ed to the II mourable the Court ot
O- unary of Chatham Ctninty lor letters of
Gutrdiansiftp of the persons nnd property
of Ann II. Roe, Eliza C- Roc, and Louisa
D. Roe, orphx s under the age of fourteen
years, children »»r Alex S. Roe, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
til and sin pilar t <e kindred of die said de-
leased, to file their objections (if any they
h tve) lothe granring of letters Guardian*
•hip as aforesaid, to the ;<p licant in tlie
Cierk's Office of the said C nirt, on orbe*
ffot-e the third day of November next; oil)
erwise letters of Guard.anship will be grant*
Witness the Honourable Thomas N
Morel one of the Justices of the said
Court, tlics<*co:id dav of October A.
D one thousand eight hundred and
S. M. BOND.c c oc t
Georgia, Camden County
To all whom it may concent.
liniEKBAS Arcbib.il! Clark, F.«q. «p
YT plic, to tlie llonomable tire Court ol
Ordinary for Letleta ol Adrnihi.tralion on
«.ie crate of Uaiticl Gracia, late of said
Co laty, decraaed. Tliesu are tlierefore to
cite ind admonish all and lingular the Heim
mud Creditors of said deceased, to file their
ohi -ctioni (if any they have) in the Clerk’s
office tire Court of Otdinaiy, on or betore
the firat Monday in Novctnhrr next;
otherwise letters will be granted to the
IV lines* the Honourable William Gibson.
one of the Judges of vaiu Court, th<i
i -21st September, 1822.
JOHN BAILEY, c. c. o c. c,
,ep S8 f
W HEREAS, Mis. Louisa C. Shaw, E'
ecutrix, applies for Utters ofdufni!-
• .n fio-n the <»tme ofGene al Nxthaniil
a *eu, deceased These are therefore to
Cite and admonish all and singular 'he
'kiadrerl and creditors of said deceased to
be#t)d appear a» my nffic-.;, on or be
tne tiint Monday in Jiiu-iy next, and *h w
cause (if any) why said letters should 'net
k-?-granted, in terms of the law.
oiveh under my luud and seal, this 22d
day ot June, 18V.\
[t. ».J BAILE'a c. c. o. c. c.
Notice and Caution.
W HEREAS 1 have been informed that
John Camochan and Peter Mitchell
of this ci'y have by sundry deeds recently
mortgaged and assigned to divers persons
either their individual creditors, creditors
of the late firm of Carnrchan C/Mitchell,
or others, all nr sundry the pmperty slid
••state, both real and personal, of the said
firm, as well as their ovfrn individual pro-
pertv and tsta»e, corststing together of
bouses, lots, lauds, stores, w h.rres, negroes,
'to. in Savannah and Darien In Georgia, or
the neighboihood thereof, and elsewhere
with their inlcrcat or share in the stock
of the lower steam mill near Darien, and
sundry shares in the United States Bank
a ul other bunks, as well as sundry debts
flue to them in vinous places, besides
1 nds, lot*, negroes, T;c. in tlie territory ot
Florida, and particularly one large tract of
.,»ml bought of Forbe* U Co. |\tng he
tween the rivers St. Marki and Apalachi
cola in the tertitory of Florid* aforesaid.
These are hereby to cuuti f, n the public a-
gainst purchasing any part of the said pro
perty or ca.ate so conveyed, orany other
properly belonging to the said (’srnor.han
IS Mitchell, or cither *f them, us I hold pri
or moHguges on the greatest part thereof,
which aro on record in the registry in 8a
vnnnah and Darien aforesaid and n r.ha;’-
leston, S. C. and equitable leins on sll il|e
•roperty ol said John Carimchnn and P ter
Mitchell. WILLIAM CHRIS J IB-
Geoj'ir n, CaAufen County.
«il ipu<»u i( mow concern.
AYV'lEltEAS John Daclilott, Junior, ap-
pli"s totha Honourable tht* Conrt of
Orcfinirv fir Letters of Administration on
the UH'-administered psit of the estate of
David Tucker,.lato of said County, deccas
tfd. Th ,, ae are therefore to cite and admo
nish, all and singular, the IB in and. Ci edi
tors of said doc-eased to file their objections
(if any they have' in the Clerk's office in
• he Court of Ordinary* oP or before the
first Mnday in November next* otherwise
betters will he granted to the applics*»t.
Witness the Honourable William Gib
son, one of the Judges of said
C >urt, this 21 at September. 1822
JOHN H AILEY,c. c. o. c. c.
To the Public.
J CARN'OCHAN and l*. MTTCHEL are
• sorry to be again brought bef re the
public by a second notic.; of Mr Christie's,
who has undoubtedly claims against them,
which, when finally liquidated on the de
cision of the suit now pending, thev will
tiy to satisfy as soon as possible thereafter.
The deeds under which Mr Christie claims
an exclusive right to all the real and per
aonal estate of Camochan ft Mi’chel, sr<
considered as informal, unjust and illegal,
Hence they have been brought find are si ill
before the court, and other deeds have
been executed and recorded, conveying
the propci tv for the use of ill their credit
ors, Mr Christie included, without on> trust
or reservation beneficial to C. WM. or their
families; and if this be no> agreeable to that
gentleman, it must nevertheless appear
fair and equitable to the public and all who
have a sense of justice.
The Trustees under the late deeds are
notions to sell thcLandain Florida, dluded
to in the notice of Mr Christie, and to ap
ply the proceeds to the immediate payment
of pari nf his demand, and deposR a suffi
ciency thereof to cover sll his r claim, sub
ject to tli6 decision of the court—but his
oppos tion to unv reasonable sah», as one in
terested in hi*, own right, whilst injuring
all parties concerned, must be borne until a
sale can be made tinder an order of court.
Editors of pipers who insert Mr Chris*
tie's notice, will pli axe insert lha above
until his is withdrawn, end forward their
hills to the Savannah Ucrmblicsn Office,
where they will be promptly paid by
J. C. U P. M
Interior Court, Chatham County
Chambers, Oct 2,18*22.
O N the petition of Josei h Dclchimps,
stating that he is in jail, tor debt, at
the suit of Peter lluringer, that he is in
solvent, but willing to surrender all lus es
tate for the benefit of his creditors, as the
law directs, and praying for relief under
the insolvent acts of tins state. Ordered,
•||ir.t the said Joseph Delchamps, b
brought up, at the court house in Savunnili,
on the third day of Di ce Tiber next, at 10
o'clock, to be heard ; and that notice there
of be given h s creditors, igreeuble to law.
Extract froln the minutes
JOB T. BOLLBS, Clerk.
oct 3 r f
Francis II. Nicoll, *)
Case Circuit Court
United Slates, Dis
trict ot Georgia
W. Scarbrough and j
Chambert, \ 2th September, 1822.
P ROCESS having issued in this cause,
retti nable to the term of this court
in December next; and it being ret re
sented that John Hadett, V* •Ilium S Gil-
lett, Samuel Yales, Andrew Low, and John
Bogue, defendants in the sanl cause, reside
without the limits of the District of Geor-
gia: It is ordered, that the said John Has.
felt, William S. Giilctt, Samuel Yates, John
Bogue and Andrew I.ow appear at ihe
term of this court to be holden at Savan
nah in the term of December next, to an
swer to the plaintiffs on tho merits of their
said petit-on, and that a copy nf this or
der be published in one ol the garottes of
this sta'e for three months, and that the
nlunrifis have leave to take such further
proceediiigs &s are prescribed in the rule
in such case ma le and provided.
J CUYLEU, District Judge.
True extract from the minutes.
GEO. GI.EN, Clerk.
Savannah, Sept 13
4 Y«u*g Man who has had a good edu
cat on, writes a good hand, and having
been long accustomed to active business,
a dniid^rstands well tlie nature of account*
and book-keeping, wishes employment in
sorre respectable hlirinestT in-this city;
ho can c me well recommended, and a r
employnTcnt is his object, he would rot re
quire mueli of a salaiy. A line addressed
| to A R. through the post office will b*» at.
'tendedto. qc-S af
By Elijah Raker. Clerk of the Court of Or
dinary for Liberty County.
W ILMA M OSGOOD applies tor letters
of adminislruti in, will) the will annex
ed on the goods and chattels, rights and
credits w hich were of Mary Anu Fiaser,
late of said county, deceased.
These arc, therefore, to cite sml admon-
sh ulland singular the kindred und crcdi-
ora of the said deceased to tile tlici oh
jections, (if any thev have) in my office si
tlicchnrbugh on or before the first Mundaj
in November next, otherwise letters nf ad
ministration will be granteihto the said ap
Given under my hand and scul, this 17th
dav of 8e[ tembei the year of our Lord 1822.
“ S ] E. UAKLIt, cco t c
For publishing. bytuhtcripUan.ln one volume,
a collection < f Fugitive
MOnAt, SENTIMENTAL & SATYRIOAL 1
nr HKii.Kcic usnoa.x
T HE author of the pieces which are ti
compose this volume, never anticipated
fame or profit; he meiely followed tlie im
pulse of the moment; ami in no instunce
ver wrote, as a task, ant thing contained
in the proposed littlepuhlicatioii; no mu-
nuscript, and few printed copiea were e-
r retained; and in n any coses these pro
Ructions were forgntt-n by the author, un*
til recalled to his mind by 'he public
prints, which have often gratified him
by flattering notice‘t hut which have also
frequenCy anngyed him by mutilations,
which were extremely mortifying.
The last cnftfideiajiun bus inclined him,
during several years,* to attempt the fro-
posed collection, m order to correct the
errors of others, and rest tipon his merits
Disinterestedness is not pretended; the
author conf sse*- that a liberal patronage
would afford to him much pecuniary i
lief; nnd he is the more encouraged to
expect this, from the spontaneous notice,
in the papers from Alabama to M un-*. of
his advertisement in the National Intclli
gencer, notify ng hia intention.
'The author confides in the tried xeal of
his friends throughout the Union, for the
promotion of his interest in thisc ase; and
trusts that such as are so good as to act
agents, will look to the responsibility and
punctuality of subscribers.
This volume will be neatly executed,
and issue from the press an soon as possi
hie, at theprice of One Dollar—with usual
commission to agents-
Proposals deposited in Philadelphia, and
within fifty miles thereof, should beretu ti
ed withi^ one month after they are exhibit
ed; those at agveuter distance, with all
(fj* SubtcripHont to the abovo received at
the Officeoj the Gkoboia*.
1 MIE persons whose names are hereunto
. annexed, are natives of Liberty coun
ty, in the state of Georgia, have resided in
xrud state from the time of their birth;
and hare had their names registered in
my office as persons of color claiming to be
Tirah attends to farming on Mr. Thomas
Mallard's plantation ; she is 53 years old.
Prince, a son of Tirah, a carpenter by
trade, is 24 years old, and resides on Colo*
Belter, a washerwoman, resides at Rice
be rough, and is 33 years old.
Katy, a daughter of Heller, is 12 years
old and waits *r.t Mr William Baker, at Gra
Abram, a carpenter, is 35 years old, and
resides at Mr Uicbard 3 RsVcr’$
W HEKEAS, EMut Atwater, esquire,
athn nistrat'er, applies foe letters ol
dismission from the eslaftes of Colonel Wil
liam Seat?, deceased. John Campbell, de
reasrili and Havens Wutemian, deceased.
These ai* therefore t«t eito and admonn«l
all and si igulsr the kio.ired and ereditur**
nf said d« -eased peM.o»w,*to be and sppes"
at my office on or hi f**re the first MihuIhv
inJuuiMi next, and alicw cause (ifany)
why said letters should not be granted in
terms ofrilii* law.
Given Vider »ny hand and seal, this 22d
(us] JOHN BAILEY, c. c. o. c. e.
Fifty Dollars Ilcward.
.P^AllAII frflni |ltc .i.b-culirr in IF.,
.5 • Im. >ttvn min mined Cl EM. vim
‘"".tllmn c. I. I m.relf l.m. Ilr li mil
« ii:tic yrlln.i.h cr.m| I. ci, <1,
■nlHn u.nkn. to .t n.ply. |, P j a „i|,„ in4
*»'•« ml ,0 «tl,l,cr. II- „ .b- i.l S Itrl 7 or
F If'Chri T.i,l>. ,nd 2J ir.reold 1 La.n
xri" Hot ,*t hr lu« aicilrim.nl. Atgud*
•r nkt.ntiuh,,, l.c hu, hern no v-vi'-i-r
In’M-r.l and i. vrl! ,rni,..ITrtl in
n^ll* (day, If ukrn up in riihrn'f ,ho
Eftinglmm tSOperior* Court,
The trustees of the Gee-’Y
man t.uthcrun Cliurok j Rm-t Ntsi ‘
at Ebeneexer (On Eoreclnsure
ft. f pf Mortgage
John Freyermutli nnd se I
vend parrels of Land J
O N the petition of the Tnisltpea nf the
German Lutheran Church id Vibe nek.
er, stating that the said Jehn Fr«-yermtitfi
on the fitieen'h day of April, eighteeirhun*
dred ti fifteen, mortgaged by deed under L#b i, naffitd places, xml'drhveted m' hie**
si si to Mr* petitioners, ull those tracts »<f y denied so that I get him, the aborf’re!
land,containing three hhfldred acres in Ef* i » r tl of F ft> Dollars will he giirm if *i rus
fiugliHin county, state aforesaid, on a small re.I in tree nf l|»o low er connth-a, \ j Ml8
cir-i k adjoining Judidhih IVeitma.a Kellv't *»<Jdirrtt>dto n.c so that I K ct him n rawaril
and Garrison's land; also another fifty urresj /-Twent; Dollars will be yivenaid It tih
situated and being m the ffiUrict of K,s Jir op In Ute in igrbarliorul, *1 rh i)»>ilars
bnu*zer, houndedbyUr.d of Frier A Vlhf.ee 9 fyj LAND .n il» a.l
totf Jf< f. Broakners. at the time nisliivey of noMstm. eooniy, No 148, wi'liu ronu
granted to Landfeldcr* also, another tfUdll ny«i«:ir on cabin built on •», mtjsc-nt to ari
of land situate in the seventeeth distr'ul r/t cells 111 spring, the Ijiml stcotu) qnafit)*
the county of Baldwin, containing tyrt I dial 1 would rent for % term of |, 2 three
hundred and two anti a Till* acres, knoNn I yems, the person renting roclear rml put
by the number (104) one bundretl And I undn agm-d knee 10 nrrts the fi ri i\t*t
our, with the appurtenances, to seciyji the - -b ac> ea the second year, and the rabid
payment of a bond or obligation *•’ the 1 ~ * ■*•*• •* “ Vl -
said John, hearing date the day ard year
aforesaid U ATay ing^he foreeloside of the
said mottgaff. It appearing to.-he Court
thr.t there is now due on the sailbond and
mortgage the sum of ttvo hundred dollars,
with interest St six percent.from t!»e fif
teenth duy of April, eighteen hundred £S
eighteen. On motion of Warne and Ctqler,
attorneys of the petitioners, it isoixleied
that the said John Freyernnth, h s heirs
or representatives* do pay into Court the
amount due ns aforesaid within twelve
mont).3 from this date, otherwise that the
equity or redemption of the said John and
his heirs, in the said mortgaged premises,
be foreclosed* und that such further pro
ceedings tike place as arc by law direct
It is further ordered that this Rule be
published once u month for twelve months
in a public gazette of this state, or be serv
ed on the defendant or tus represent at iv«
or agent six months prior to the time ap
pointed for the payment of tlie*monty into
Extract from the Jtinulei.
JNO CHARLTON, Clerk.
lu the Circuit Court of tlie
In and for tlie District of Pennsyl
vania, in the third Ciicuit,
Josqrii lllrt and Joseph^
Marx and George Marx, j
citizens of the stale oil
-Virginia, wtl« sue iirr wt It
in their ou n names us in
behalf of such ot her I cr
anio*,Stockholder* nf the
lute Bunk of the Unit*
' ed S.uUs heretofore
named* »a shall cmne in
and become Parties
hereto, contributing to
Hhe Expenses of this Suit
David Lenox, F.liasBou*
dinot, Robert Smitli.Jiis.
C. F dier, Joseph Sims,
Archibald McCull, Paul
Sieman, Siuroel Coates,
• Ilenry I'ratf.GeorgeFox,
Jubii S ille, 'I nonius M.
Willing, Horace Binnt )*,
George Harrison, Ah.jali
Hammond, William Hay
ard and Oliver Wol
coll, citizen qf the State
of Pennsylvania, Tins
tees of die late Bank ol
ND now, to wit, thistweft)y-third day
ol April, one thousand eight hun
dred and twenty-two, this cause caftie be
foie the Court, on a Mandate from the Ho-
notable the Supreme CoU't of tlie United
States for further proceedings. Where-
upon it is ordered and decreed—That the
holders of N»»ti*s of the late Bank of the
United States, bring them in for payment
at tlie late Bunking House of said Bank in
the city of Philadelphia, before the cle
venth day of April. A. D. 1823, and that
on that day this Court will make a final
Decree for Distribution nf the funds re
served in the hands of the defendants for
payment of said Notes* and it is further
ordered and decreed, that the Clerk cause
this order to be published in one public
newspaper in each of the following places,
to wit 1— Philadelphia. Boston, New York,
Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah,
and New Orleans, st least once a week, for.
t ine calender montha, before the said ele
venth day of April next. A true copy.
D. CALDW ELL, Clerk Cir C.
The Edit ora of the Boston Evening Ga
zolle, at Boston, cf the New-York Even-
mg Post, nl New-York, of the American,
tl Baltimore, of the Norfolk IRu-ald, at
Norfolk, of the Charleston City Gazette, st
Charleston, of the Georgian, at Savannah,
and uf the Louisiana Advertiser, at New-
Orleans, are requested to insert the above
n their respective gazettes or.ee a week,
for nine calender months, before the 11th
lay of April, 1823, and to forward their
•fills, as soon thereafter as may be, to the
subscriber, accompanied by to affidavit
proving the publication, conformably to
'.lie foregoing order,
rnavb n rAI.nWF.LL. Clerk Or r.
Laurel. Hi.I l oll-JVlill.
JTVIE Toll-Mill on M;s Ancrum’s plan-
d tat on Im been completely repaired
lately, and is now ready to work ms well as
any other mill on the river. Tlie rough-
rice that will be sent to the mill w II he
kept separately in dry und safe stort ?, ape
shall be beat with the utmost can* and
economy, and the barrells will bealwaisde-
livered in good Order. Empty bat rubs
made of prime boated staves, will be furn
ished at the mill when uquired. The
terms for cleaning Rice will be'lM^aaine
as at the other toll-mills. Those planters
who will engage to have their erm s beat
at that mill, and keep lit r atmplitd, will
have 200 tierces, or as much less as they
please, heat alone turn. Applications con
cerning ihe mill, to be made to Archibald
Bn-hucr, on the Plantation, or In Savan
PETIT DF. V1LLEIIS.
sep 10 rpf Fictor, Mongin's wharf.
q 1..lit ty the Jd yi-sr
W || i.|am yi.L|c. M; G,
I.njMcera, BaUiu in county oci 8.
net 15 p
- N other.
N IKE mnn'li. «l'ti i i|.p d.Fr of il.w rn.
lice, .piihc.tiim vi .11 hi- ..... 1r i|.„
lli.nor.blc tlie .tnnli—, <<| t|, r
e-lift or Liberty Cutin v. for pern,.. q
tn.ell the real .ll.t. .,1 t eili |; h n, r
c.n.ed. fur the h, mlii ,f ,h ( lie'ri'.nd
cteil.iou -I tin «>nd
I.IGII I TOHTisKM), AJmV.
lilt III V IMI'ORTANT
Ami interesting News
r fllllM VAl.lvJ
11113, Fmhfreur tl- Fmi-r de Wi
•m ur, With let ting, ..I (I... nn n pr, fr.umi
•1 .peer, inninincri to the c,iii-n. nf 8,.
' •I'n.h.tlial lie ha, re'tirne.i fW.m the Nnrth,
.iulintei.il, paulng the-ren.iir.irr of the
,p,,nn .mmtg th. m fur their r,peri,I he.
in (it s rm hil-ntly rel ingt.pnn .contimi-
i,.cn nf that lovitlty „.! Ktl.-IMy winch <t .
hi, pride and plr.MiI. to nrknnwlrgo h,vs
cvi-f diitinguialted II,em. He ha, thepl-t-
lurr lolr.lonn them, tint fur tire i. hrtTrr re.
ccptranandorenminmlation, he h>, rnl.-tv.
etl In, imerri.d hrivl qua t. r., In ii.cl. ■
manner »• to enitip, il.eir ennl'ort „ d r. n.
venirnce. in. at) lr nrrt.Iinr to I'.imif lf, .ml
v here he will at all time- be loppy to
teccive the Tint, . f hi. IHernl, 1.1.,1 all
Ihnaewh.-ie neciaaitie, require. Il'e rmo.
vutingiiillutiice if Ills hi, lit.lil.-nikpir n.;
N. I). I.r.dir, and G-ntlemen who with
ttri^. e their ll.ir .rrangeti by Pari,, u II
he attended ,t ’ l .- ownhuuacby aend.ng
tbeir r r let, u ahoy..
I*. 8. Il.tlauu i-uiu taken at par.
oct 8 r
Low’s Superior Perfumed
Dirrrt from /.dnrfotr,
Low’s Emolicnt Compnuiui <
Do Oriental Compound
1 Do Abissinian
.Pto, the real English XVinitsnf ^c*ns
For sale by ANSON PARSONS.
Druggist, No 8 Gibbons’ build ng
T HE Life of the Rev, Thomas Soft, p
D. Hector of Aston Rvulford Rucks,
including a narative drawn by himself, and
copious extracts of Ids letter*. Ry John
A. M—1 Scott, vol Rl 50.
Letters to ftichrml Uehef, F.fq con
♦ainrng critical remarks mi the series o'
novels beg lining wiih Waterly, and ar<
attempt to ascertain their author. .
Commercial and Notarial Precedents-
By Joshua Mont»fiere
Forgery Defeated^- for sale by
S. C it J. 8CIIF.NK
The Subscribers wfelrtQ
purchase a prime NEGRO WENCH, hnfc
exceeding 30 or 35 y ar* of age. h first r^te
Cook, industrious sobrr, and f gotfd t< rh-
per.; for such a liberal price in Cush will be
paid. A} ply to
J. B. KEBSEBT L CO.
Twenty Dollars Reward.
R ANAWAY from Ihr .ubactiher on
the eveing of the 9th itl»t a Negro
Mann»m.d HILL. Iteia. short thick «et
negro, .bout 5 feel 3incl.eh1>igh very bljct
complexion; stutter, much when q-je«-
rjoned; hid on whi n he wen* .way, a
long black coat end black silk pantaloons,
aut os he ha, takes other clotliiog. he may
probably change them. The above re
ward will be p.i.1 (or his apprehension and
delivery in jail, or lo
W. B. nOLUSD.
oct 13 ♦
At ol asses.
JO HUBS, and 9 Tie'era prime Mn
lasses, landing from sctir. Oppotitiutr,
for sale by
HALL Sc HOYT.
SAVANNAH. 17ih October, 1822,
The following persons were drawn Citw
Constables for the ensuing yeak, as follows *
F r Heatlicote Wird Donald M'f.eod
Reynolds Wm. p. Hunt, r
B r own
A. M. Tailor
Ftn C. Mills
>Vm 0 Way re
S 3. Williams
Greene and Columbia Isaac T Strwart
New Franklin. . Wm May hew
A true extract frohj the minutes,
tVM. MO ULL* c. c. pro tea.
b.t l? ’
'Wil l I IMS’
Literary nnd Commercial
R ECEIVED per Ship Georgia* Mdgs«
zi'its for Bernembt-r.
Bell’s Court and Fasliionable Msgsslne
Ackei man’s Reprsitory of Arts, Liter*
aiurc, ThtshioiiS, Un
Pompton's Annuls of Philosophy
Re| ertory ol Arts, Manufactures and A*
Til loch'll Philosophical Magazine
Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chroa
' .ornton Magazine
New Monthly Magngine and Literary JouN
British Review and London Critical Jour*
Mwefapete Iron London and Liverpool
Septemb r 7th.
Mrs. Krr’s School.
M RS. HER ribpectfully inforrA*
friends and patrons* that bsvi-g r *'«
i rued to tills city, she has re-opetlrd he 1 '
School in Maikct st opposite the brick
building of J hu Hunter, Esq where she so.
licits » continuance of the fsvois vhichf
ihe has had heretofore to prknowlege.
'I he following useful bran, lies ol edtt*
-'aiiona' e taught in her semintry *
DsilliiTon, .... |
Pliiu .nil Ornsmcnlii Nikdi*
PiimtA on Veli/?l.
The French Language is also ttnght t<s
hos* 1 Who are ilesiious of learning it
Mrs K r can accommodate, if rb'iirsb e, a
i> w scholars With Beard, on moderato
Parents am! guardians who entrust their
children or wards with Mr* Ker, may de-
(lend upon their receiving finm her every
attention; and the most unrim ’img ioi«
hi.ty on her part to advance them in theii
Studies will iuways be paid*
J UST received per ship Cotton PI ml, A
fresh siipi ly of Drtimt, Chamcufto
Perfumery, Spiae, Dye Stujfi, Uc. tor w|t
4 ANTOV PARTO'JS,
Druggid* No 8 Gibbous* building#
J U S T received p— tluun Snun, ISO (up.
rcji \Vhi,kry. Fur we on .ccommo-
dating teMU by
J. B. BKHBEAf k CO.
Cotton Bagging. *
£>'|V PiecttCuttun B-ug" r, for atle hf
l. B. Ux>BB£BT U OVi