. I ■ ■■ rnrnm.lkm ■ . n ■
THDHSUAY MOUSING, Nt>V. Ml, %H2U.
M Conxtsntia, Charge vks AfV ores ftom
the King of Portugal mul Algarvai, has nr-
rived in tVsshinginn City.
— * ‘I
The new ship fl>»w«r I, Oapt. Holdrldge,
hi* been expected from Now. Yolk for sc*
vcrftl days put, «• it wss understood she
• sailed on the 10th Inst, and should by Uiri
time have arrived. For the ihtoi mat ion of
-those interested, we are enabled to stale,
.from a correct source, that slit was detain*
ad at New-Yorfconthc.eleventh, by adverse
winds, and would sail the moment the
'Weather would permit.
A superior ship of about three hundred
tons, to be called the Napoleon, was to be
-launched from the ship house of Messrs.
Biown and Bell, at NetrYorAyon the 12th
lust. She is owned by M^ssas. Wm. and
Charles Porter, and is intended fora 8a.
Caution to Seamen and Artfi4fo»vh,-*Cap«
ta.ns ol vessels coming to the pint i^f Sa
vannah, hHve alwaj s laboured under a *e.
rious inconvenience, caused by the deser
tion of their teamen. Tllfse who have
been regularly shipped and articled lor the
-voyage, very frequently, in cchsequence of
the higher rate of wages given in this
port, desert from their shipi^ and conceal
-themselves until the vrssclsihave sailed,
when they Immediately ent4r in others
• at advanced wages. This inconvenience,
In some cases of a very icrimi nature, in
a pectin ary point of view, has been submit*
ted to for a long time, under Ihfc idea that
no legal remedy existed for the evil. It
will be perceived hovvevor, by tb^ follow.
Ingthat there Is an old Statute, the enforce,
tnsnt of which, will do much good,. The
three individuals mentioned, it whs fully
proved, on the night of the 9ih in9t. desert,
•cd from the ship Georgian, with their
v buggugo, which was alter wards found in the
•hciise of llnbert Dillon j where one of them
•wui attested The other*were nfco tuken
r*nd 'all of them delvercd over to the Cap-
''Owners hf.Hlup*t Entertaining and retain-
deorgiuli l ing three seamen, to wit.
vs. C J«n»n Brail lev, Hubert
Robert Dillon J Nye, and Andrew Gntfi;
‘•Itided stwm. o on bnaid slop Georgian
Without the leave, privity or consrnt of the
commander or muster of said ship, in Sn-
The Hi fendanl, Hubert Dillon, hawing
been duly notified to appear to answer In
Ijv- esse, and u appearing from an einml.
nation that the charges alleged in above
• case, are fully proved, it Is ordered tpat u
v m rant of dint runs fc'vd side be l.«Mied a-
pnoiat ?lie Hoods ftf Kind Hubert Dillon, for
the sum of Twenty-sn dollars sixty .si*
ci nrs, tor entertaining and retaining' die
•Vul three seamen, in conformity witn the
fourth section of an act passed on the 6th
March, 1766. and revised sod continued by
-theact of 178.1, entitled "ansot to ei^ti
fine the several laws of this state, near ex-
firing, ami for other purposes therein
•mentioned,'* and that upon the receipt or
collection of said sum, that the same be
f aid over to the Treasurer of the Savannah
nor House and Hospital Society, for the
'Use thereof. IS A AO UU^ELL, J. P.
.FAS HPI’INGER, J. P,
'Savannah 20th Abv. 1822.
Hie Philadelphia Ckfl^nfthr fith Inst. ( The wln<ifr**ftVt the Rhine promise*
states that "A minute and laborious eta- to be this yn.r more plrn iful thin the
mi.a. inn ht.f been toil b*f..re Jurtf® Mai- Jr»»rl#ll, »Mch *». renttkibl* I«f
i n ..ii,r.i.i.».to. n .ii~«dco.>.n, r .« r .io »**.
r i .i i» i. . .. l 'hit the crops are in a
the B.I.fr "• the Northern l.*er (ond „ io#i P
tin. li elni.d on Frulay evening. .hen A rnn ,| ni | < 0 n.l*mnn1 I* tier h in
Ihr Judge oulercil the pertiet in enter Gle.Ruw, nolle two requett* «l Ihc
b.il. in the whole eoiouniiug to wily thou. Judge—1.1, the! Ittii name should not
*»*d Uollera." | be vried ahuiit ih« .Iren, hy hawker*
I III dying «|ieerlie,, and 8<l, that on ill*
The neat errainn nf the Crnigwee n r ihe r *ecuilnn he .hnuld not be «*•
United Slate, will commence operation, on pused In tho cummun gaze in llm town
Monday, the 2d December next.
Will sad on Friday next. For
freight or nasasge, apply on board at An
nnv 21 r •
The agent for the disposal nf the goods
of the penitentiary in Richmond. Va. lias
been discoveied to he a defaulter to the
amount of $20,000.
A writer in thr F.Iitern Argus complains
tha' Dame Fortune's hands have been pa-
ralisecl by unthinking men t in other word**
that the munagers of the National Lottery
are confoundedly ilow in distributing prise
money. The complainant remarks »—*' It
is now said the managers are sick : so are
many purchasers ot tickets ; and some have
died, and it appears li&cly now that we
shall all die before we reulizc any prixe
money, at the rate they go on."
So tickets then arc "but a name,
A charm that lulls to sleep."
Wilfsiil first fair wind, for freight
the master on board
n 'v 21 r
A rope made ol raw hide*, has ot oMeegejuapply to th.
been invented iiy Mr.Talman, late 0 f »ttheEiolwng* wli.rf,
Ihe Brilisli navy, which is infinitely j
.i’Oiigt'rantl more durable than tliuie
mnnul .eMned Irom hemp. | TSfiilicr.
L.urd Bsiun haa * new tragedy ini
the nre.., foundrd on a Swedish .lory, ft "!*'• *)." ocIock ’. *'**
r aim niu7' Ch T’' h,,,b, ' , '« l ^ bb ''J. ivfiH Uke pl.« fi^iirtMnTui^mu
ol dOO.ODUJ, in * hog—the priipcrly nr to the Bavonnoh Free School, for the
Mr. Finn', benefit toofr place In Bolton,
■ on the Sill tint. Othello, and Fall, of
Clyde—Othello *nd 0 nuM, Mr. Kirin,
lago, Mr. Cooper. Mr. lhiolh i. engaged
for four night. In Bichtnom). and appeared
•in Sir Edward Mortimer in the Iron Cheat.
Inter od'anic Ctmmumcniim.—\ xsorte«.
pon .enl of die National Intelligencer, in
welation to the practicability uf cutting a
Canal through the A it land, uf the lathmu.
bf Panama—and thus connecting the Paci
fio and Mlantic ocean., ob.ctvca—•• I re-
ce vcd inform.tion about five year, ago,
from twoanthentlosources, n.Ithendeoin-
«d them, independent of each other, that
a carriage road wa. already practicable,
guod, and actually travelled, fnitnl’t ball an-
tepee to tho opposite shore, nearly along
The boundary lino ofGuatimola, without a
hill of any oonsequenco—so good, that a
carriage could, without difficulty, go frtnn
4he Atlantia shore to tho I’.cifie do about
aittcen hour, t east of t.a Vora Cru*,“
Tho pw jeot to attempt to revolution-
d*p Porto Itico (saya the-Boston Conti-
mol) originated at St,- Uarui, among tlte
Tdack and yellow emigrants from tlte United
•States. The government uf Porto Uico had
information of thrprrject, and lud taken
its measures aocordingly.
Tlte Boston Statesman says, “ Ihe Pope
has given the iohabilanm of Poring:,I anil
Bread, permission to eat meat, tyhen they
I'frc (with the proviw, we suppose of when
they can get it.) eacept on Fridays duiing
Lent, and a' few holtdajs. A Halifax (\o.
vaVcotia) paper, wisely divines tlte reason
aif this grant, which springs from neitlier
tnore our less thin a /•o/o.A deaigo to ruin
•tlte Newfoundland h.heries i 1 • Vinery—is
rthi. as bad at Western influence ?
John White,! waiter at a tavern in Uti
ca, (N.JT.) was recently taken up cha-ged
•«h having stolen g8li0 from a bosrdei
.n the house ; J775 was fuund concealed
iu the luting of his surtout coat.
The steam boat Chancellor Livingston
from Albany, brought upwards of two him-
drill uuiljifty passe ogert to the city of New •
York, on the lOtlt inat,
»lr, George Murray, (he celebrated En
graver of tlte home of Murray, Draper,
Fairman U Co, recently died in Pliiladcl
phis, The surviving partners, jointly with
Mi Asa Spencer, ctimim*- to curry on (hr
Engraving and Printing of Bank Notes, un.
der the Arm of Fairman, Draper, Under
wood U Co.
TheKatinnul Gazette mention, an Inci
dental observation of Mr, JeA>rson, relative
to Napoleon Bonaparte, in i hotter to the
F,»rl of lluolunin 18 :4, which later events
have remarkably fulfilled. ” Without
hefricoding human Idierty, a gigantic
force hat raen up, which.Miems to tltreat-
en the world, but ithaigpian tha tlirund ol
opinion, which may break from one day to
anoiher." The letter is authentic; ’.lie pos-
aeasor is In Edinburgh, and keeps it In a
handsome f .me suspended in hi. saloon,
in testimony of Ids veneration fbr his illus.
Copt Alden Partridge Its. been elected
Surveyor General lor the .Bute of Ver
Dr. Porclvah has in press, at New-Haven’
ihc second part of" I’m nethtui. ,t
The Store of Seth I’resbury & Sons,
uf Taunton, (Mass.) was consumed
hy fi'C on (lie night til'the 4ih lust—
The innrniiig after a boat containing
goods ittilen limn the Store, waa tlis-
eovctei) tin 1he litle uf the liver, ut a
few rode distance.
Th* following person* hove been
named an cnnditluids, by (hedemon*
tie paper* of Pennsylvania, for the of
fice id Governor of Hull stale t
J icob ilolgate, Samuel^) Ingham,
Mr. i) iilingloo, Genige Bryan, J
And. Shul'ze, Alhrrf Gnllalin, John
B. Gibson, Daniel Montgomery, Ab
ner Lucnck, Walt' r Lowrie, AV’nt.
Clark, Johu Tod.
The Umpernr of Germany ha* l»te-
ly t ffefed a thousand gold ducats,
equal In 82000, lo llm author, whether,
native nr foreigner, fur the beat trea
the on lliecontdructiun of water mills-
■We find, in our file of Brazilian
papers, patriotic songs, the burden of
which is Indi’/iemleucr or Dsath, ami
vitrioua essays otiniaining the bitter
eat coni|ilaiitts and itrveclives aguinsl
the Portuguese fortes. The Piincc
Regent, ill a Proclamation to the Peu
pie, third Blit September, denounces
the system of Ihe fortes of Lisbun as
'• Machiavcli.in, disorganizing, and
f oltuus.” lie calls them " traitors
to (lie nation, infnmnun deputies yvhn
mean to at I nek Br.zil &c.” He
speaks of the libernl and wise consti.
tution which llto Uriistliana are to
enjoy, anti exhorts litem to be unit
cd not only aa a general duly,
but because their country is threaten,
ed with war. He tells them that they
will have to contend not only with
troops sent fietn Portugal, but with
To judge Irom the tone of the ad
tlressr-, the strmlgest patriotic excite
ment existed at Rio—A'at Gnz-
lour (Idiereut Bank*. One thousand
pounds ts offered lor the epprehen.
atoll ot the rubber.
The loyal chief magistrate of *
small borough town, in England, not
lung since threatened to commit a
"rotuntop fellow,” a. the police re-
purls have it, to goal for * seditious
assertion, via s that " (he King waa
born without * shirt.”
William fasielln, who had been
concerned in the ahdacltnn nf Miss
Gould, in Ireland, was'yx-'Cuted, on
.h*7thSvpt, Kilzmaurice, alias cap-
ain Hock, who plead guilty on the
11in) was respited '
To such perfect ion hat telegraphing
arrived in England, that g message
(rum the Admiralty ia conveyed to
Portsmouth tit one minute and * few
The Caledonian Canal wa* to be
open, from set to sea, early iniOcto
The Comet.—It f* staled in letters
from Florence, that the little Comet
discovered by M. Pons, on tlm 13.It
ol Jply, in Cu*tiop*.i, i* ittow *i*able
to the eye, ami that on the 82d ol
August it was 37 degree* in the nor
thern hemisphere near the Dragon,
and that in a lew days it would puss
There are now tour Noblemen in
ihe field for the appointemnt to the
Governor Generalship nfllhdm—the
Alaiqui* ot Angles.*, Lord Am-
hersi. Lord Maryborough: and Lord
Win, Hrnltnck- His M*j\ity ia un
derstood to imeie-t himself warmly
lor the Mutqoi* ot Anglesva, but we
Understand the Noble Muquis has
little prospect ot success! with the
Court ot Dnectois. Lord Wm. Ben
tin. k, 1 the relation ot Mr. Clntiing, is
spokon ol as most likely to rec i e
tn appointment, Tlte ajijunntment is
absolutely m tlte Court of li-rcctors,
but the King cult at any time recall.
Apples were sold in (his city, on
Sulu.duy leat, at the same puce as
potatoes, v*. sixpence a peck—u cir
cumstance unknown b- lore in the
memory ol ihun,— Durham Chron,
A Ciinespoiident inlifiiiia us mar,
during Me last week, his Majesty has
burn visited by a serious nuivuus
-fioctinn, atteiidetl by an unusual
depression of spirits. The ciintliciing
discussions winch have recently lie- n
agitated, and the concessions tun.e
quentain those discussions, m y, iu
poet, account foe this tndtspnsition.
Now that tnese state aliaiia are lor
the present arranged, his M -jesiy
will, probiibiy: adjourn, either lo his
cottage at VVindsor, or to the Pavil
iun a'. Brighton, in order to renovate
his health, and withdraw himself tor
a lime Irum tltese toilsome anil ugitu-
ting stale matters, and enjoy the
aoutety of hil chosen friends,
Mi. Kean is completely recovered
from his severe indisposition, and per
formed the part of Shylock, on Tues
day evening, at thn ULsguw Theatre
fur the benefit of Miss B.rne,
suing year. A punctual attendance of the
Subscribers is requested.
nov 21 106
N O person ia autUumed to represent the
Subioriber by Receipt or otlierwiae,
irom tint date.
Savannah,‘20th Nov. 182T
*• a* 4
nov 21 r
Union Lodge, No. 3.,
CFftilE im iiibtrs ot Union Lixi^e No 3,
IX are aummoned tn attend u regular
meeting of the Lodfje, THIS EVENING, at
half after 6 o’clock* at .*>olomuns t.odge
Room. Aa l>usin«-»u of importance will be
brought forwurd, their puncstual attend
ance is, particularly required
Uy order of the W. M pro tem
HEIN EM AN* Seq'ry pro tem.
nov 21 r. 6
OFFER FOR SALE.
Al tbe Store lately occupied by Mean Sceft
h Ftthm, on the Exchange dock, the fol
lowing article*, Just landing Iruin brig
© PIPES Brandy, 4fh proof
4 pipe* Holland Gin
2 iihdi jHiTmica Rum
20 Ishlx Rye Gin
20 do do WhUkey
4 hhd* do do
20 bbls N K Rom
5 qr caaka TvneriiTe Wine
5 qr cuaka Madeira
6 bbtx White Wine Vinegar
‘2 chests and 20 qr chests llysou Tea
2 boxes Imperta, containing 20 cannis-
ters Tea, 2 lbs each
1 box Gun Powder containing 20 cannia-
ters Tea, 2 lbs each
1 box Souchong
24 kegs Gunpowder
4 kegs Shot assorted
7 hluls St Oroix Sugar, very euperior
20 bhU do
40 bags best Green Coffee
20 bbls Pilot llread
40 coils Dale Rope
10 bbls Loaf Sugar
10 do Lump do
10 half firk ns Butter
20 boxet Spe»m Candle!
20 do Mould do
20 bbls Richmond superfine freah Flonr,
20 boxes Brown Soap
20 do Yellow do
3 casks Carolina-Hoes, No 2 and 3
2 do Patent do
2 di> Trace Chains
3 dozen Cooper’s Adzes
10 d< zon hand and club Axes
•12 do ; Padlocks, assorted
MACKENZIE & HERNANDFZ.
nov 20 105
Negates for Sale.
4 Print h u.ig ol 32 Negfoea, that can
ilL be lugliiy rccommcudeo, will be aold
on accommodating t« i rns, by
GEO ill i E‘ sSC HLKY.
A N Election is* in.i cby ordered to be held
at ihe - uvaunaii Exchange, on Monday
the 2d of December next, lor a Captain,
iirat and second Lieutonauts, and Eoaign,
to ommaml the (ZtiOHUIA 'YULt/A 1 '-
TtiaiiS The Poll to be opened at 10
o’clock, A. M and the election superinten
ded by two Justices of the Peace and three
freeholders, or a majority of them.
By order ol Lt. Uol. ROBSUTS.
M. W. HTBiAR L
Acl'g AdJ't 1st liegl G.' M.
nov 21 b
JOHN C. LEGE
a Fs^PEC I’FULLY informs the public
ut general, tnat he has arrived fVtnn
6'hu. lesion and is now ready to receive
nov 21 r
r HE suhaci ibeiH hate upp -lnted R, Rai-
f«>rd to collect alhkbia «lue to their
I de firm Persons indebted tlneto, will
make paymen. to imn
nov 21 p
Giiiul St nes.
llflfl t-it.l,. D Btotirs, .sn,all sizes, Lao-
* uu Oii-K “»fi lor sale by
HAIL, HOYT u UO.
Coffee and Whiskey,
ff/lTk \ M\GS prime Gr.en Co/Pee
70 bids fit-at quality old New*
Landing f. om achr Camilla, from Boston.
For ‘al by
HALL, HOYT CO.
nov 21 *106
Remaining at Militant* Citernvy and Com
dhtciuI Rending Room.
Ship AiqoriC ', S U Pa.it nan.
Liverpool, to sail Dec. 1.
From London ami Liverpool papers, to the
28thSept, received at the oflice of the
The Duke of Manchester wa* es
pecial to sail from England, on th.
26th Sept, foi Jamaica, of which island
he is the Governor. It is his intention
•opropose to the provincial lc£tsl.v
ture on his arrival, on the suggestion
nf the mother country, that the troops
employed for Ihe <l«f*nce and p« eser
vation ol the island, shall be in future
paid out ol its revenues.
r By an order ol the commissioners of
the Admiralty, British ships are per
mit tv d to hoist the UuiooJuck us sig-
balb fur j)ilot»^
pout of ajtrjjMjuk
Ship Africa, Johnston, Wiscasset, 10
days, to Johnston frf II 11a.
BcIun CwmiPa, WoodcrsOn, B oaton,
days, to IlwlL Hnyt & co. O Tult, Johnston
y Hills, Lawrence 8t Thompson, North
A Row. Row & Newell, Tuft and Sibley, '1
C Hayward and Mr. Wright. Patsengert,
Messrs Wright, Smith. Megan, Fitzpatrick,
Cavender, nance, Hamel, Daily, Catray,
Allen, Dodge, Kirslay and Ware.
Sloop William, Luce* Newport, 7 days,
to L H Sage k co, G Gprdon, H S Atwood,
W Lippit tk co. and Dernier !* Posey, Put
tengert, Mwsea Ann Jennings and Sarah
priest, Messrs Cone, Dunning, Molton,
Field, and master Field.
CLEARED FUlt THIS TOUT,
At Providence, 5th inst. sloop Mercy,
ARRIVALS TROW THT8 rf»HT.
At Providence, 5th inst. brig Adeline,
Collins 16 days.
or ron this port.
At Boston, 6tn inst. slnp Thomas Fowler,
Candler, (o' sail on the 15ih ; ache Phdan-
der, D Damon, 14th mat.; schr Margaret,
G Scott, with dispatch.
At New York, 11th inat ship Jono,
Doak, to sail the 20th ; Emulous, Seiden,
in a few days? brig Signal, Bedell; achr
''ally-A'nn, Woglam, in a few da)s; sloop
At Charleston, 19th inat. sloop Delight,
Cooper, 24th inst.
The U S schr Alligator, has been spoil' n
in ihe bite of Lcogaue, bouud to Port-wu-
i BALK S >oi l)ial> Plw's, mixt & blue
1 1 bait' Bine und White Kw-rseys, for Ne-
gro clothing. A only to
DDlTtiLASR W SORREL.
tVho have >n Store,
50 hags G een Coffee
]6 hhds MuRcnvado Sugar
15 barrels Loaf Sugar
10 pipes Cohaenu* Wine
Window Glass, assorted
Oil Cloth Carpets,
nov 20 p
li twits and S\\oes.
THOMAS DO WELL & Co.
Corner of Hioughtonand Whttakt-r streets^
' Cpl^naite Col. Shellman’x Mansion h use,
Have received per shift Savannah from
Ladies black and colored prunelle Slippers
Do do. do do Boots
Do morocco Boots, Shoos and thoeteca
Do do Slippers and Grec an Ties
1st and 2d quality WELLINGTON Bdots
Mens' eslfak n Jefferaou Ties and Shoes
Do morocco oboes and O tncing Pum.-s
Misses black and colored Morocco Baots
Hoys fine and Coarse Shoes
Uuldren’s morocco and Leather Boots
A large assortment of Hair Trunks, with
a variety of other shoes, all of which will
oe sold on reasonable terms,
nov 20 b
M bite Velvets,
!*OR PAINTlve, for sale by
1 JOHN H. REID U CO.
nov 0 105
Twenty Dollars Reward,
F DR in> Negro wench, named PLEA
SANT, who ran away tlie23u Februa
ry last'; site is a short thick wench, promi
nent smooth lace, sedate in appearance and
neat in her drees; was in the nabit of sell
ing small wares at the Exchange dock, for
aeveral years; was the property of Peter
Guerard, Esq —probably is now in Augus
ta. The above reward will be paid on her
lodgment in any jail in this State; a fur
ther veward will be paid on proof to con
viction, of her being harboured by a while
nov 20 p
Com and Lard.
a®(D(i>“ 0 u “7 co,n
ist-v lamliog uud I'm- sale by
fALMES O «OE,
nov 20 p JJolioii’, whurf.
R ICHMOND Fipurol the most approved
brands; Lbat Sugar ami Manufactured
The last has been in store some time,
nov 19 u-
BARRELS Fresh Richmond Flour
of the first quality ; for sate by
nov 19 p
J UST received, paie and brown Lima
Bark in powder, which will be found
attpenor in quality to any other species of
Peruvian ha. .i, and particularly recommen
ded to the attention of Physicans ami Plan
ters. For sale by
it. Worrell, Jr. Druggist,
Corner or the Ray and tVhitaker street.
nov l<5 l
Lost or Stolen.
A BLUE’S uniform Jacket, with a sli
ver Epaulette—any person leaving at
‘this Office such information as will lead to
their recovery, shall be liberally rewarded
n v 18 10i
Powles’ Patent Bedsteads.
N assortment „f the Hbuve construe-
Don is ready for inspertion at the
Fn.ni ure Store of the Subscriber, in
which the l»>ng desired improvement in the
mode bf maF.ng Hi dsteads isd< uhlesj hc-
complished ; it may lie set up in one mi-
mitCfr and taken clown in the same space of
time without the use of tools, and does not
c jitain the least harbour fol* bugs or dirt.
A further description is deemed unncces-
sa' y, as the improvement must stand on its
'The Subscriber being authorised to sell
them in this place, will receive orders for
them at his store in VVhita&er street, oppo-
site Col. Shellman'a.
nov 16 H102
J. W. MORRILL.
M ’t BOUQET j*. spec fully informs his
Patrons and the Citizens of Savannah,
tuat in conseq-ience of his airiyal being* la.
ter than he anticipated, his Dancing A-
cede ny will not be opened at the time he
at first intended. He will, however, ope
at an early day, of which due notice win
nov 19 104
Sugar, Flour, Whiskey, £$c.
j6V|)\ flHU.S St. Croix Sugar
SBMi/ lOd l.blsfr. sh Flrmr f
fO do Whiskey
75 do Apple Brandy
ID kegs Funily Butter
loo boxes N • l, Soap
60 do Sur erior Mould Candles
•50 bbls Mess Beef
15 hhds N E Rum
3‘J bbls do do
10 do Linseed Oil
landing from brig Messenger, and fo:
DANIEL CtRNF.Y, Jr.
nov 20 u Hunter’s buildings.
'To Carpent; vs and Builders.
'F»IE t Subscriber keeps constantly on
l hand a i&'ge assortment of Mahogany
Suitable for stair hantlrails and bannisters;
also Plank. Boanis,and Veneirs, for cabinet
makers use, all on reasonable terms. Or
tiers from a distance will receive strict at*
J. W. MORRELL,
Whitaker-street,opposite Col S/tellman’s,
nov 15 i l
VjLT'LL he given for the apprehension of
ESAW, a Negri man formerly be
longing to J id Huger, tfe is About 35
'•r 4 ) years of age, and 5 feet 8 incites
.igh, neither stout nor linn, of a light com-
dexion though not yellow ; lie has a mole
> one cheek, occasioned by the tooth
nov 3 tre
11 k J. HABVBSII4M.
• Just Received,
dud in Stort,
S UE pipe. Conn** llramly
S pine* II (tin
5 fio -tnntMoa Hum
10 cask. Honor
fi Itcgi I.rtJ
fi do Shot
25 Kt-jpi Hsn-is’ No 1 Tobacco
10 IteR. Ladlt-a Twist do
25 boxes ttaisio,
50 do CliecM—For salt hy
nov 19 104 Jones’ upper whsrf.
1 On KEGS half kegs Powder
1 ju Caunisleri do
Josl received from tbe lied Stone Mills,and
waranted tqual tosity of Dupont’s, It is tut
those who willgive it a fair trial, to decide
on its superiority, ss ihose who have alrea
dy used it, prefer it tp any other. For sale
by L. It, BARE 8t CO.
nov 19 u i Telfair’s wfraif.
Received by Ship Favorite,
S IXTEEN kegs Fresh Goshen Butter,
For sale by
Daily expected f om New-York.
100 bbls Albany and Newburgh Ale.
nov 19 p
Beef and Tongues,
Received hy brig Fiancee from Philadelphia,
T1(T)1 OALF bbls Beef, and 2 of Tongues,
UhiJ pot up expressly for FumUy use,
A general assortment of Garden Seeds,
frum ju’Mahoii’* Seed Warehouse in Phila.
delphia, among which there are seed O.
nav 19 p
O N JWiti I’orfc,
Richmond, and t
In’sumsto suit purcltaser*, and *tany sight.
For sale by
9. k M. ALLEN V CO.
nov 18 108
W HOLE al 75 cents
HALF do. at 62} cents—for sale br
Mongin’s, late Bulloch’s Buildings,
nov 11 ||a
R ESPEC TFULLY begs leave to inform
his friends and the public, that he hi*
established himself in the Factorage and
Commission Business on Runter’s wharf,,
and will be thankful for any favors.
Who hat for eii/e,
100 boxek Candles of different numbetf
100 do best Yellow Susp
30 coils of Cordage of different sizes
nov 16 102
K*pHE Subscribers are prepared to dis*
u count promptly every day, approved
pai-er, not having more thin ninety daya
to run, at six per cent, and pay the proceedl
of such discount by Checks on Augusta, if
preferred bv the offerer,
CUM MING U GWATHMEY.
»mv 16 re
Pilot Bread, See.
BBLS first quality Pilot Bread
3b boxes Claret Wine
20 bags Pepper
20 hhds prime retailing Molasses
Landing from, brig Orion, and for sale by
nov 16 u
SHARES Steam Bunt Stock
iivJir 5 > shares Planters’ Bank Stock
For sale by
Who wishes to purchase
Slate liank Stock.
nov 19 t '
XFIWO or three Gentlemen can be aeeom-'^’
sA modated with comfortable Boarding
in a private family, in a centaral situation*
and on moderate terms. Apply at tbe
office of the Georgian,
nov 20 105
Ju*t landing from brig Vesper,
KKGS of Butter of superior quality.
For sale by
DANIEL CARNEY, Jr.
nov 18 u Huuter’a Buildings.
A FEW hampers Irish potatoes of su
perior quality, received from, Belfast
via Charleston, for sale hy
nnv 16 i
A-Teacher Wanted* i
O NE who has received a Cbisrical educa
tion, and who iscanuble of fitting youth
for any College. A salary of $800 per an
num will be given, A man of family will
be preferred, and unexceptionable refer
ence given as to morality and capability;
Apply to Wm. Popb, Jr or John M'Nish
Esq May R ver, S.C.orto Messrs Scott
uov 18 cf
'Fide Swanip Plantation.
r pHE subscriber offers for sale tbit Well*
known plantation called 1
immediately below the city of Savan
nah, containing 230 acres of prime river
swamp; about 215 acres under good bai-Fs
and in planting order, and between 1 and
2U0 ucres of high land. Buildings -sufficient
fur a gang of a hundred negroes, with baroft
Terms accommodating to a good purcha
ser. For further particulars apply to Messrs
U. & J. HABERSHAM, or to the tubscru
ber in Charleston.
H. M. HAIG.
nov 16 4102