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S.lV.IXA'.tl’, THU USD. I .1/f MOT, JS'OYlMDER 31,1828.
V F.DNKBU' Y MOHtNINQ, NOV. 20,1822
Bv the brig Messenger, from Hshin
yesterday, »f received the paper! of llial
ci y to the 14ili ioif inclusve.
Ltrfgntiw of Qeorgui.—Extract of a let.
ter ft 1 ** Milled,jevi9c, dated on Thuradu)
The Committee to whom waa referred
ao much of the communication of the .Gov
ernor, as relate! to Col. Hammond’s case,
net yesterday in the Representative clum
ber, after the adjournment of the House,
and made choice of John Abercrombie for
Chairman-—after whioh the committee ad
journed inconsequence of the absence
some of the members. Another meeting
will (wobnbly be held to-morrow afternoon
or neyt day. It is expected that much
warm and animated discussion a ill arise in
the house, on the Report of the committee,
The Bill to reduce the fees of all the
state and County -officers, was this day ta
ken up in committee of the whole—after
passing the committee, it was taken up sec
tion by section, when a further debate en
sued, and upon niotion of Dr, Brennan it
was laid on the table for further confers-
Sion. 1 feel confident that it will nut
pats—at all events, an endeavor will be
made to except Chatham county frum the
operation of the hill.
A bill was reported yesterday in the
House of Representatives, subjecting free
persons of Color to be sold foi the payment
Oflheir debt!—ahd to prevent their carry,
ing on buainesa by purchaae and aale of
goods, wares, and merchandize or cattle,
ATew York Election -Prom the returns
Which have been received, of tile late elec
tion la New-VorJr, it ia probable, says the
American, that Nhere will be but two fe
deralists, Messrs, Van- Rensselaer and
Strong, and one Clintonian, Mr. Craig in
the representation of this atate ip the next
Congress. As to our state legislature, th.
whole senate, of 32 members will be re-
publ-can, and ofthe Assembly, consisting
of 128 membert, not more than nine can b.-
tfoderagind peseibly there-may be three or
four Cliotomang frum Orange.
Exports from Charleston, for the week
ending nti Saturday last, 2791 bales Up
land Cotton,. 16U bales SeaJslHnds.
The death of Major *1 Glassin, who was
recently appointed U- S. factor in the Ar
kansas territory, in the place of Matthew
Lyon, deceased, is announced in the Wash:
iugton City Gazette.
A letter from New-Oi-lcana, of the 16th,
Ways, that at that period one half of the tin
acclimated population had died, and stran
gers were daily arriving,
A bill has been reported to the Legisla
ture of New Jersey, to incorporate a steam
mill company, with banking privileges,—
the whole capital to be 7 i.OOJ dollars, 20,
000 to be vested in the mill, and 30,000 in
j A heavy failure is said to htrve taken place
Jgjjia Fredericksburg, Va. to the amount of
' 200,000 dullars; much consternation has
been created at that pluce in consequence
A nest tof Counterfeiters hasbeen broken
up in the borough of Wilmington, (Del)
Hive who wire caugh', named Lyman,
Tinder, Itance or Hanson, aud Heath, and
a female named Maria C. Bryan, have been
committed to jail, in Newcastle, to await
theirtrwd. Ma ty nftheir implements were
found upon them, and about $50,000 conn-
teifeit note* saved f-ooi a fire into which
they were thrown- The notea were of
the Washington, Brandywine, and New
Brunswick B inks, and the Pi anklin Bank of
, Baltimore—20’s, KJ's and 5’a.
; V ——
Importation of Sour at Kingston, (Jim.)
from the 15th to the 27th October, 528
bbls. exportation 3S8 do.
Africa—Intelligence from Africa to the
3lst August, hat been received in Bouton
The American Trade on the Gold Coast
had been almost done away with, by a pro.
Clamatioo ofthe Governor Genera', which,
however, was not expected much to bene
fit the 'Jdtiah interest, and it was thought
the importation of some articles would be
The American settlement at Cape Mesu
ratio waa beginning lo thrive, but the pro
tection of an armed force was wtnted.
The Ycanam, a Spanish vessel, prise to
the fphigeoia, British frigate, waa totally
lust in the early part of June—nearly 400
slaves, and 16 of the crew of the lphigenia
perished. Capt. Leak.-, of the British man
of war Myrmydon, miraculously escaped
With seven seamen, from the wreck ill
boat, aud were afterwards picked up.
LAI ESI' FilOVI ENGLAND.
By the arrival of the brig Cumberland,
we have received London and L verpnol
papers, the former to the 26th and the latter
to the 28lh September. We do not per
ceive that their contents are of great in
We are alto indebted In the eVnsignee o'
the ship llo-set, arrived yesterday after
noon, fur a file of Liverpool papers to the
26th, and London lo the 24lh inclusive.
The .Liverpool Mercury, of the 27tli
Sept, gives the following prieei:—Cotton,
Bowed Georgia, 6d a 8jJ i New Orleans,
6jd a ltd i S.-a-I.linds, good to fine, Is i-1
a Is «d ; ordinary to niiddling, tkl a lldi
Wea India, 6jd a 8Jil!i Il-irbudoes, 7}d a
Hfd i Demerara, 7jd a 104d i Pernambuco
9| a lOf i Marunham, 8j,l a 9fd; Bahia,
8f ; a 9f d ; Surat, 5jd U7}| Bengal, Jfd
6}Jj Kibe, AmbricaOsjiirrwt. lSa-s Ids
6d. The grain market Was d ill i Ameri
can Flnitr, sweet, (in bond) 28s a 30s per
hbl of 196 ibs, net i new, (in bond) JOs
tu 32s t sour, (out of bond) 31a to 35s.
The Duke of Wellington had left
England to attend (he Congress til
sovereigns. The Duke had been for
some time in a bad state of healih,
which ia variously accounted tor in tile
different papers. In one his indispo
aitiun is attributed to an operation
performed on his esr—lor some com-
plsinl in that member—in another'he
is said to labor under a severe de
pression of spirils attributed to his
concern for the fate ol Lord London
derry, and his regret tlist perceiving
his indisposition he had not been led
into stronger representations and pre
caution; aud the Courier exclaims—
“God forbid that this illustrious per
son should also become a marlyr to
The seitlers at the Cope of Good
fiipc are said to suffer severely by the
profiigary of the colonial government.
Oneofhis Majesty’s ships la obollf
to be partially emitted with wool in
stood »f oakum by way of cxpciimeni
—anotheri- tube fi led with an iron
foremast and bowsprit.
The Glasgow hankers in future
charge only 4 per cent upon cash ac
counts as well as discounts.
Capl. Scncesby, arriv'd at Liver
pool on the 20lli Sept, from Gieen
land, where he hits made a series of
observations ivw—tho-sgengraphy ant-
natiouol history of the long lost eas.
iern cast of Greenland—about 800
miles of which lie has surveyed. The
result of his tli-coveiiea is lliat the
whole country is an assemblage of
island*, and not a part of the cnnli.
nent as heretofore supp st-d. The real
siiu .tion of this land ll tf.-ra 13 degrees
from what it is laid duwn in the
Several vessels bound to Honduras,
were arming at Liverpool as a pro
tection against pirates.
Lieut. Besson, 90 years of nge, fhp
oldest officer but one on the list, died
at Greenwich on the SOtfi <3rpi.
A shock of an earthquake was ex
perienced at New Castle on the 18th
The affairs of the Greeka are
still involved in obscurity but
the evidence, .» lar as we perceive is
in favor of the account of a victory oh
(lined bv them over the Turks. Let
ters received in Loudon from Corfu,
dated the 7ih and 19ih August, assert
that Chourchitl P ichn, hail been forc
ed to reiurn toLiriseu with only 3000
nut of- his whole force of 40,000 nun
It is also reported that the Greek*
had obtained soother naval victory off
Zrote—taking six or seven small Iri
gates soil sinking others—six of the
IVkiah ships look shelter in Corfu
and the remainder at Zante.
Bories, Gouhin, Raoulx, and Po-
mier, have been executed in Paris
fur the share Duty took in the
Rochelle conspiracy. They met their
fate with firmness and resignation.—
An im ffeclual attempt to escape
suitl to hsye hastened the execution of
At Grenoble, at a banquet of one
of the regiments after the king, &c.
one of the toasts waa “our brothers—
of the army of the faith"—which i-
cnn.itlerrd at another pi oof of Ihe ex
cellt-nl disposition of the troop*,
A train ot field artillery it is saii^
is embarking at Nantes tor Bayonne.
The Brotherhood of the Cross has
been re established under the petron
■ge of Louis. A grand parade took
place at which the relics of the cross
were cirrinl, and it waa followed by
the entrance of about seven thoussotl
Christians into the order.
The Duke ol Welling on left Paris
on the 20th Sept, for Vienna.
The English company of Cnmcdi-
ians at Patis, having advertised the
comedy of John Buff, were wailetl up
on with a note ul the minister of pn
lice requesting that some other might
A letter from Lyons states, that a
Masonic Lodge at Pylala, had beet,
seized with all ifa papers, &c. by or*
der of Ihe geverumeut.
Lillirngraphlc prints of Grit, lien
ton, ate selling in Ihe picture shops o
Puis, and are bought with great av
The king of Spam has convoked Ihe
extrao-dinary ('ones to meet on the
8 It of Oct,
Tlte accounts ol actions and Ihe
movi-menta ol the roval laciion in
Spain are contradictory and amOn
them it is impossible to find th* truth
A letter from Madi-id.nl' Sept 9. aa
“There is nn indication nt any thing
to interrupt Ilia public tranquility
the Capital at present. The enthu«i
asm lor the new system increases in
proportion to the obstacles which are
rai-etl against it—and neither the pro
gress uf Ihe Royalists in Catslunia
which cannot be disputed, nnr the re
ports which many persons take plea
sore in spreading, of an approaching
foreign invasion, can diminish this
enthusiasm, and the determination to
support the new institutions.”
Sir VVm. A’Court the new minister
from England to Spain arrived at Bn
yonne from Faria on the 15th Sept.
The apostolic junta of Navarra has
returned to France, from which it ia
Inferred that the royal party hi) b.ren
dislodged from the mountains of Na
varre with the exception of a corps ol
1500 men under (rati.
The Royal troops under Qneaads,
have been tlefeated in (tin environs of
J.ica, It ia reported that he has been
put to death by his own troops fur
Gen. Elio was executed on the mor
ning of the 4tb Sept- by ihe garotte
(strangled-) He was tried by a court
martial, the 2nd of June, and condemn-
ed to the most ignominious tltalh- He
wss strangled on a ac iffiltl at Valen
cia, erected close to a delightful gar-
den he owned when all-powerful in
that town, that his M agical end might
be marked by a circumstance calcula
ted to make him regret life.
The Russian empire is said tn lie
sufi'-ring most severely from the inter-
ference of that government in cum'
otercial pursuits—starvation and mise.
ry amongst the majority of the people
have been the certain consequences of
uncalled lor restrictions and prohibi.
'inns iu their intetenurse with foreign
national The commerce in Engtidi
articles, it is added, is very much litni
I'he corps of the Russian army com
mantled by Count Woronenw, remain
rd close to the Austrian frontiers, to
• wait the result of the congress of the
The plague which broke nut in Tur.
kisn Albania has-’Xtetttleil into Kpiru*
and the Moreu—Juonnini is deserted,
and it has been introduced intoD.rivi
no. The Ionian islands are placed
under a quarantine ul fifteen days with
respect to Cm fuc
A considerable quantity of farming
property, gnin, ha>, See. has been dot
troyeil in the county uf Cork by in
centliariei. In Limenck similar acts
uf outrage have been pet petrated.
The sovereigns uf Russia, Austria,
and Prussia, have assembled at Vien*
tta. and only wait for the Duke of
Wellington to proceed lo busiuess.
From China.—A letter from an
American in Canton, as late as the
(Otis of May last, statea that an en*
quiry has been inslituled by order of
the emperor, into the qgnduct of the
mandarins in the neighborhood of
Canton, and to report correctly the
nature uf their traniactiuna with the
English at Linten, our own affair si
Whampoa, and tlte measures which
have been pursued with regard to the
introduclion of opium. Thirty man
darins were already imprisoned, and
more, it was expected, would share
the same fate. The writer adds. “ I
may venture to assure you, that our
troubles in China ave but commen
ced, and ynu may hear of important
matters before long,” ft is hinted
(hat that the total expulsion of foreign
era and interdiction of foreign trade,
tuay be the result of these enquiries.
LATEST FROM THE BR AZILS.
Baltimore., ATov. 13.—To Ihe
politeness of Mr. Barnes, a passenger
in Ihe schooner Blucher, and to our
atteotive correspondents at Rin, we
are indebted lor files nf Buenos
Ayrean papers to the 7th, and Rio
papers to the 23th September, inclu
The Prince Regent is to be crown
ed Emperor of the Brazils on Ihe
12th nl October.
Preperations were making for that
event as well as lor. the defence
against Portugal, in case of any
resistance offered by her to the new
order of things.
For the Hi st purpose, subscriptions
were to be raised to erect triumphal
arches, djv.. and for the second,
government had already borrowed
400,000 tniilreaa from the merchants
About four hundred European Portu
giiese had I iken paaaaga for Europe,
nu l were expected in sail in a few
day*. Matty niuie.il was supposed,
tvira'd follow in a short time.
Kigtit innusatul troop* bail already
been raised In and about the city ol
ami government was impressing
constant'y to increase the nomorr.
Two vessels of war were fitting
out, anti all the exposed points no
the coast weri about to be fortified.
Air persons, whether Europeans ur
natives, in nppnsitinn lo the new
government, lt.nl receivnl oitleit
depart. Those from the uspnri*
were allowed thirty days—thuse
from the interior sixty.
LATEST FROM THE SPANISH MAINE,
Laznira, 15.-.-” Thinking the
news (ruin (lof part of t(ie world
he acceptable,tp,you, sn ondortiinity
i Bering, by the way ,1 Philadelphia
I suojoin a ssratnary of wlfat ia stir
“ The news by express this morn
in g, is, tbit Morales islanding fit
teen or sixteen miles below thi.
place, all Itis troops amounting to
1500, and an immediate attack is ex
pecti-d at Caraccus, Which place they
can resch in twelve hours frum theii
landing- This pluce will be hit ulti
mate design, there b-ing no troop,
here,prut Caraccas. A lew days ago
he tusk Maracaibo, and gave it up to
-tlundur ; but learning that General
Paozwat aiTruxillo, a place within
30 miles of hint, he precipitately eva
Morales having the Naval supori
ority, gives him the advantage nf dis
embarking at any point lie thinks pro
per. He lyts a frigate, a brig of 20
guns, and eghttran-ports. Toe pen
pie here are very much alarmed, as
they will hjve to Ry, and that by wa
ter, as theif retreat into the interior
will be cutoff,by the enemy having
possession of the capital ; in which
case we shall have tn remain here
Ipr the purpose of taking off lire A
mermans. Col. Todd wss received
here aud In the capital with every
demnnstrplion of respect, anil great
cjoicing.' I accompanied him lo the
latter place, where ho now ia, but i/
the rumour afloat prove true, he will
be here 14 day or to morrow, end we
shall land him at Carlhagcna, whe-ce
lie will proceed by water lo Santa Fee
" Wo look Cot. T. out uf she John
Adams the d ty alter we spoke the
»chr, Alpha, ef our port) and brought
him and his Secretary to this place —
The John Aoaro* proceeded to Ver.i
Cruz with Mr. Poinsett. The U. S
schr Alligator, left this place the day
before we arrived. The Cyane ia now
here—*Capt. Spence is at Caiacca.*,
but will be here to night. There are
four Ainencan vessel* in port, two
b-longing to New York, one to Phi
ladelphia, and one to Baltimore, no
der the command of Lieut, Nichol
son, front this vessel.
Tho Columbian squadron are also
here, consisting nf lour Brigs anil
three Scltnnnera, withe few Flecher
as jtliey are in daily expectation nl
seeing Commodore Daniels, when
they think they will hive the superi
ority at sea t however that may be,
they must have some very different
men frum those they have it pr. sent;
they being the most miserab 1 -- look
ing fellows I ever saw.”—f’urfalk
qtiolalinns, as there has not been any
ictivc business in the article. Chluf
that is doing is tu the trade. The
-tuck in market is nut heavy, bat pur
chasers can suit themseives Iron
Ijrinie to Inferior without much dilll
rutty. Richmond, 6 a 8 cents ; IV
'araburg, JJ a 6 Kentucky, S a A j
Ninth Carolina Sj a 4) ; Cuba, 20
30 St. Domingo 13 a 25.
freights to Liverpool hive declined
(’sitt»n, square aud round balea per lb
Prior, Current At Cinrteiltn, A tv. 18,
Cottons. — l'liere has bttvu const
durable activity in Uplands (hi* week
Sever il vessels have been despatch'-
lor Europe, tnd many more are loti-,
mg- A high rate ol Eichange at,
vi-ty low freights have been great it
duccmenta to purchasers to go in -
Jim market pre.tjy freely. T.m r.
ling prices for new Uplands haYeltfit'
'll to 12cents -the Inner beinggivei
•or fine porcelain sq-ru-e bale*; smal
tula of priim-qu.ility h ve brought I2J
lor Northern tnsnufac'miea. O-
Upland; bring front 7 to 10 cent# | Se.i
Islands are without dt-uinml—prior
being nearly nonunsl from 17 in 2.
cents, for Ihe gnod brand — clioit
qualities are held much higher) but
untiling worth notice has been dona in
/fice.—Fine new Rice has brought
$3, and i. m some request | Old goes
off slowly at 2 87J to 8 23. Tin
ransectlons ol the week have been
trilling and no export,
Cutton Bagging.—Holden have
sold at a reduction ol prieei, 42
inch has passed off at 32 tu 35 cents,
uni the artidn may he considered as e
falling one in the meiket.
U ri Uanjt Shares, I07J a 108,
JTiirB'SytiicrllK-iV f.tH.g Machine at
. isiiow m reanlayas to «.
ilsA I’rinltioe received uu SWeiirc i so.
“7 tf> Steven I’arr, at the machine, or
, K. k J. HABERSHAM,
nov 20 ; n
U. S. Bank Slock.—At Philadel
phia, Nov. 11 —— 104 this lurenuon. It-
New York on Suiuday IU3J to 10-1-
Mr. Robertitn.—l received the Nat I o nn 1
intelligencer of 25th September, on the
evening of the 16tlt November; 1 should
,ike to know by what route it came, to hav<
been so long coming to hand, tlm tin e be-
ig 52 days.
Jt Hubtcnier to the AT tnIcll g neer.
In this city, on 9 our,lay the lGilt Inal-
' Cnfitam Atattheeoe,
Having put </ her eargo enga-
mmatmler nr passage, apply on
beatd at Johnston (J Hills' wharf, in to
■I i 8. MAN'I'ON,
•** 2b a Itlce’a wharf.
' 1 '
r R FAINTING, for aale by
JOHN H. REID U
nov ID 105
O t s rood -Qisli-e, at #j fiM
- B. It J, lUBBItS
O V bitml tho Nchooiier ISO, it Bot-
lon** wbtrf, in lata to «Uft purcrnsen.
For N.tlu Ijf
R. b J. IIAIIER8HAN.
Sugar Flour, V, hiskejr, Ac*
SW 100 UbUfroh Flour
*0 do Whiikev
7S do Anpie Drnndjr
lu kfigN Fimily Uui *
15U boiniN* l, 8o»p
SO do 8m trior Mould Candles
M bbli Met* n. ef
IS liluls N E Hum
3u bbla do do
1U do Limeed Oil
Tending from brig Mvaten/rcr, and foe
DANIRL CARNEY, Jr.
nov 20 u llunUi’n building*.
.ilr. Jmiuci 8pmk, uf lltfien. Ur. »gud 22 —
» nttive of Arbroulb, Bcoliand.
At St* Aug'inhne, on tlte Ini intt. of a bi
limit fever, (iupt. K iplmx Udlct, Into nf
'Jew-Hivi’ii, (Conn.)} uitcl on Sumluy, of
i iie fame i.iver, Mr. Ahalit’l Udlet, of
• nut pluce. They belonged to the schooner
John, Intel) from 8 ivannali.
fleniaininr? nt IVillimnt* Liter ury and Ctfn-
mercinl Heading Hem.
Ship AtnericB, 8 U Pm it nan,
Liverpool, to nail Dec. 1.
4 BALK Stout Dial* I'Liuk. m . i It blue
1 1 bale Blue and White K 1 1ieyh, t«r Ne
gro clolliing. Apply In
DOlHiLASS U SOUUBL.
Who have m Wore,
50 Iiari Ui ten Coffee
lb lihdM Mufiuovmla .Sugar
15 bum'll I .out Sugar
10 pipes Colmemi Wine ' «
Window Gluni, iiHinfled
0>i Clmh Carpela, Ike.
nov JO p
v Com ai d Lard.
.tinv landing andlnrral, hy
. P it.MES U HOE,
nnv20 p Rnliuii’a nil nf.
1‘UUT UF Oji > .J.v -i.i.
Review of the Markets for the Past
Week froth the Nntt York Daily
advertiser of Aov. 11
Colton.—The import of tho week
was 520 balea ; Total importair.ee 1st
Jan. 1822, 104,781 Export IViihi
1st Jan. to 1st N-n. 1822; Sea Is
lands 1188 bales Foreign 493 ; Other
descriptions 7-1,243 ; Total export
About 1700 balea ol all enrt* were
taken out of. Market, nf which 500
were of the new crop Upland at 13 i
14 ct*. Tlte aales of old crop were
chiefly of the lower qualities «o>
export, at 10 a 10} Cents for Tennes
see, Alabama and Uplands. Several
hundred bales were shipped by the
holders. Uplands, New 13} a 14
els; Louisiana, old crop 13 t 15} ;
Uplands, do 9 a 14, Alabstnt, dn 9
a 12 ; Tennessee, do 9 a 11 I Sea Is
land, do, 21 a 25.
Flour.—There haa been t fair de
mand during (lie werk, anti the mar
ket has rather improved. We quote
New York aupetfine, 6 50 ; Do. Wes-
o rn, 6 50 ; Richmond City, new, 6
Salt.—The supplies have been
large, but the demand ha) not been so
extensive as tlte preceding week ;
l urka bland 55 els. ; St. Ubea 54 :
Isle of May, none ; Liverpool, ground,
49; Do. fine 45 ; Cadiz 52 ; Lisbon
Rice.—We hear of no aales of new
Rice, nor of any in market. Balea
are making in small lots of old at our
quotations ; but there is but little do
ing in thearicle ; Rice, mold ing to
fair 2 75 a,3 25 ; Superior 3 37} ;
Export from lstjau. to 1st November
'itdtacco —We cannot alter out
Br «hip Dorset, Dixon, Liverpool, 54
days, with rm», nuuturt, &c. to .!. GhIiiis.
ind others, to A L Muly iichiix, consignee.
Panengevi, M *s*r* Molynesux and Balfour
Bug Mt’snenger, n*<tsett» Unl'imore, 72
hours, writ an assorted cs'gn lo D Ganiev
jr. Patten gen, Mihn K '; Vicenis, Mesa-x
Ino Ci* u'litTs, J Lidcbmham, D Cdiiifv
jr. W D Judah, and .fno Mar-^ay. bpoAre
iff Gape Horn -tin. sclir Msrv-Aiin, from Bl
Mary's bound lo'New Yo-fc—liavhig expe
rienced severe weather in the gulf, ami
getting short of wuler waa going into
Charleston for a supply.
All the outward bound Aeet, except thi
Ceref, for laiverpool, and Gorsair and Su
perior for New Yuik, got to sea ynteUay.
CLXAain YOB Tills FORT,
Ship Prince Kutusidf, Woodhousa, at
Bustnn, 8th inMt| nchr Giunills, Woodersun,
'lot sloop Caroline, Delano, at Baltimore,
13th inst. | ship Howard, lioldridge, New*
ur roii Tins fonTa
At New \ovh, 9-Is mat. sn’ip Augusta, D
Wood i Bohr Ohio, Beers, lUth inst.
At Fiiiudelphia, UtU inst. ship Dela
ware, Hamilton, 20lli inst
ABUIVAL.fi rites THIS WltT.
At Philadelphia, on the lltki inst. sclir
Laura, Butler, 7 days.
The U. S. schr Sh *rA?, Lt Perry, sailed
from Havana on the 6ih mat. ill purituit of
three piratical vessels.
On the lltli infct* the ahip Wilhtlmlna of
Alexandria, Capt Wilson, went onshore
on Dubny Bur, sustained Considerable da
mage, with the loss of rudder, Oo. but fits
since got off, and is now lying inside uf the
Tue ah p
Robevt L. Tuyter, Matter,
Well known as a Packet sli p
between New Yorfcand L'verpopl i copper
ed and copper faateued, and in every re
sped a first rate vessel i she is of fcood di
mensieos for stowing cotton, can load ai
town, and having commenced taking in,
will sail on the 5th December. Fur freight
of 200 balea cotton or passage, having ele
gant accommodat ous, apply to captain Tay
lor on board at Hunter's wharf, or to
nov 29 105
A YOUNG gentleman is desirous of ob>
tsimng a unis'ion at Ulei le, in a count
ing house, or he would be wlllu gto go to
nnv pajt of the countr) as Tiuchcr of a
private family or public lchonl i terma will
lie moderate. The most satisfactory refer*
fliers can be given. A line addreaani to
5 Y* snd left at tl» Post office, will receive
mnit d'Hie atteutiun,
nov 20 r
Boots and k\\o?8.
THOMAS DOWELL & Co.
Corner of Hioughton and Whdukur »tr< rts,
opposite Col. Sliellmitn'i* Mansion house,
Have received per attfb Savannah from
Ladles black and color'd prunelle Clipper*
Do do do do Boots
Do morocco Boots, .shoes nnd rhnetref
Do do RllhpftN and Grec an 'l ies
1st and 20 quality (l EI.I-INGTON Boots
Men/ oilskin .1 efferatin Ties and Shots
D i nmrocco Shot, and D.ncinx Pnntr-a
II.im black and coluted Moroacu Boot*
Bnyi line and Ooarse Shoes.
Ohildttfr) morocco and Li-alher Boots
A Urge aaiortment Id'ttalr Trunks, with
s vnriity idothrr alines, all or which will
oe anli on reaaonable tepns.
nov 20 b
'I’wenty Dollars Reward,
F >)lt my Negro wench, named pLK.A*
BANT; who nn away the 9fcl PehMa-
-y last j she Is a abort th<ck wench, promi-
ient smooth face, aedate iirapnearonce and
nest in her dress i was in the habit of aelU
ing small vyarea at the Exchange dock, for
ieveral year* i was the property of Peter
Gucrard, Esq —probably Is now in Augus
ta. I’he above reward will be paid on her
lodgment In anv J*»f In thla State i a fur
ther reward will be paid on proof to con
viction, of bar being harboured by a whit#
P ‘ r *“ n ’ GARDNER TUFTS,
nov 20 p
'■ Caution and Notice.
R II. PBlilOHEW, Esq. having fdBcn
• notice hi the last Georgian, tliaT no
person has a right '» pot <i»o H«MO t»*
Imiging to the citato of Juhn AiuleisOD, I
- h " eby,iVe NOTICE,
That I will rent the house and premtsel oik
half Lot No. 9, 2d Ty thing, Reynolds ward,
formerly the property of John Andeiaon,
(which,! presume. Mr. Pettigrew ’ has re.
lereace tu) to any responsible tenant, at a
moderate price, and will guarantee to said
tenant the undisturbed possession agaiuat
klr Pettigrew 1 ! claim, tho subscriber bold-
ing legal Sheriff’! Tttiea.