milOSR Persons who purchased orfent-
R ESPECTFULLY Informi his friends
and (he public, iliat ha liaa taken that
1 cd Pews lit thiaChiren, at auction on “""/J ‘i* bu,M l "*’
Thuriday, the 5th iuat. are requested to Swth Rutoomeruf Market Square and op.
call on the Subscriber* and settle to.- tha tb J <* Meters «•
Gibbons’ butldmttai where he haa on hand
dee IS 15
BARER U MINTON.
’ landing from aliip Lycurgu*. at
Sumun’s whtrfi will be told low if uken
from the More. Apply to
, H. CLELAVD,
deoil |i30 On the wharf.
STORE tubaoriber resumes the pfaetleeof
*4 the Lag* in Oakmulgee district, and
the County 6f Munroe, and will give the
- moat tdgi.ant attention to all buaineaa in-
.trusted to hia charge.
nov S3 108
and ta (till opening, a handsome and gen
et aseortaent of
h\us anA Eftt\.A\ei\'TjRTP,
Received direct (horn hia CorreapOtidenta in
liverpool. The above art idea are warrant
ed of the first quality, being selected to
order, and wilt be euld wAsbsnfc tr retail,
as low and un as accommodating terms,
aaythe city a (fords
The attention «f Pimilles and Country
Merchants in particufur, it requeated to
no* 30 t 5
AUO FOR SALE,
3 Ton* Swedes Iron, ossorted
95 boies Patent Sperm Candle*
J SO bbls Pilot end Navy Bread
“ S caaea Fine Straw Bonneta
I 8. MANTON,
dec 10 13 Rice's wharf.
Richmond Superfine Flour.
<E»/*VTh BARRELS lauding from on
©w'Jw board the schooner Margaret,
and for sale by
PONCE U MACKENZIE,
dee 18 Ip 20
CHARLESTON, S. C.
151 AS received by the ship Isabella, M‘.
1 M Neil, (horn London, the best snort,
went of first rate London Baddies, Bridles,
Martingales, Vfhips^Spors, plated Spring
Stirrups, Steel its, Plain do do of every
pattern, Bitta and Bridoons of every de.
scriptinn, Coach and Big Harness, Waggon
do, Dray do. and Plantation Saddler, La
dies do.; wtlh agcnrral assortment of Sad
dlery «f every description, all of which
will he sold on the most accommodating
N.B. The shove articles arehbe best ever
Imported into the state of South Caroline,
the Gentlemen of Georgia that would wish
s first rate London Saddle and Bridle,
would do well to tend their orders soon tor
one, as there is at present anumber of them
fee 13 trr. 15
GTOHE Ladies and Gentlemen of Savan-
U nah are respectfully informed, that
Mr. A. 3. Sht* i xaxr, Dentin, is now on his
way from the North, and may be shortly
expected in this place, when he will give
due notion of his arrival,
dec 19 f 21
Rum, Giu, etc.
t»BARRELS N E Hum
QJ 41/ 25 bhla India Point Gin
250 qr boxes Spanish Segura
20 qr casks Currant Wine,of a,su
landing from brig Hope A pally, and for
•ale by 8. MANTON,
nov 13 99 - Hie A Wharf.
Sugar, Coffee, £jc.
tfVffYTVffi'h BUSHELS Com
10 hhda Sugar
50 boxes Negro Pipes
25 bbls Loaf Sugar
10 M. American Began
TO M. Spanish do
50 bags prime Green Coffee
100 kegs and qr kegs of best Rifle
Powder.—For sale by .
L. H. SAGE A CO.
dec 14 17 Telfair's wharf.
R espectfully informs the inhabi.
tsnts of Savaifnah and its Vicinity, that
he intends to opqn a School fijf the re
ception pf young. Ladies and Gentlemen,
in which will be taught all the requisite, of
a Correct English education, together with
the Latin, Greek, French, and Italian lan
guages. He has taken the room occasion
ally occupied by the Union Society, in thi
west end of the Academy.
Recommendations from Captain Aldei
Partridge, Superintendent ot the American
Literary, Scientific, and Military Academy,
from the Professors of Italian, French, Fen
cing, and from a number of other Gentle
men pan be given, by making application at
the store of Bakhtin U Hayward, e few
doors west of the City Hotel. Those young
Gentlemen desirous of attaining the ar) of
Fencing, can receive Lessons in the even
ing, by application aa above.
N. B. Should not sufficient -encourage,
ment be given, lie Would engage as an in
structor in the above mentioned branches
in tlie country, or in a private family,
dec IS 20
Seed Rye, &c.
BARRELS Seed Rye
ilw 10 imif bbls Buckwheat Meal
30 bbls Prime Pork
20 do Mess do
20 do prime Beef
20 do Mess 1 do
30 boxes Sperm Candle*
For sale by
THOMAS BRADLEY U CO.
No 2, Mongin’s Tabby’building,
dec 21 b 23
A Uniform Coat and Hat,
O F the Chaiham Artillery, of.an excel
lent quality and but little worn, be<
longing to the indigent widow of a decea
sed member, aro offered for sale cheap.
Apply at the office of the Georgian
dec 17 19
OFFERS FOR SALS,
ADil CASKS Naila, Spikei and Br#df
50 caaks Currant Wine superioftqaali
ty, containing 6,8, k 10 gall*. each.
40 bbla *1 Engla d Rum
/ 12 pipe* Rutenburg Gin
4 hhda Jamaica Rum
4 do St Croix do ,*» •
20 bags Pepper
20 do Pimento
100 boxes Ratlins
10 quarter coiki Malaga Witte
SO boxea Claret Wine
50 bbla Pilot Dread
SO Ithna Sugar
25 bbli do<
5 Ithdfc Leif Tobacco
ID kegs Manufactured do
dec 20 i. 22 „
Cash Dry Good Store,
OipHF. Subscriber! beg leave to inform
A their friends inp the public, that they
h»v% opened a very general assortment of
FANCY U STAPLE DRY GOODS, at'the
atnirelu'elv occupied by Messrs P. &F. S.
Hurd, rinseatablishment will be constantly
K Supplied from their bouse in Savannah, with
. inch articles as may be wanted; by which
jn< a: s, persona rending in this city and its
vicinity, may always depend upon being
furnished with every article of Dry Goods
at Savannah price* fir Cash,
WM. TURNER U CO.
•dec °3 p 24
Mrs. R.' T. SHEARER
R v.8HKsCTPUI.LY informs her friend*
and the public generally, that.she has
remov'd from bar establishment in Brought-
% bn-stivefto Market squate, opposite Met*
ar-i IF. Injlit U Co. where she is now open
ing • new Anti elegant assortment of
And FANCY Articles,
. Direct ft om Charleston per schooner Mar
garet, consisting in part of titt following
articles, vis t
1 case Elegant Leghorns
3 cates Straw Bonnets
1 case.containing Velvet and Silk flats
and Bonnets, Turbans, Caps, Fes.
then, FIdwen, Ribbons, Uc.
All of which will be sold on very sccom-
EAST FLORIDA LANDS,
FOR S UE OR BARTER,
4 PLANTATION un AmelialalsnA, ton-
retaining TOO acres with a anulement
(hereon, and hu been under cultivation in
A Tract of 359 acres cf Land near the
A ealuable tract cf 1050 ceres of prime
Swamp and highland, on the river St. Ms
ry’a about 30 miles above its mouth.
. Another tract of 500 acres of Land, on'
Uawke’ea or Fleming's Island on the river
Those lands are of the first quality, re-
markabiy healthy situations, and in good
good hea-t. They will be acid olteap ei
ther for cash, or exchanged fhr Negroes
or merchandise, or they will be let on leaae
on reasonable terms t cut the proprietor
would prefer to Inin any Gentleman who
can furnish sufficient hands in planting the
Amelia aland plantation, under hia super,
Description of tbe I-andr mar be acen
and terms made known, on application to
BAKER 8l MINTON.
des 4 8
R IFLES, Fowling Pieces, tnd Pistols,
containing from three to twelve char
ger, and more if required.
Then Guns are of great importeuee to
the Hunter and 8portaman, as .well as to
merchant vetnla, aa a defence against Pi
rates Pistole containing five or aix char
ge*, will be found a complete protection
Guns altered to fire from 8 to 19 times,
with the same safely, accuracy, and (nice
a* ordinary guns, without adding any thing
to the iitoumbnmoe of the poor, each
charge being under perfect control, being
all put into the gun at the time of loading,
and djriddd by wads of leather, which, b;
meanrof* sliding look that primes itaell.
may be fired in the apace ol two aeeutula
to a charge, nr at any lunger intervals, at
the option of its p'is.eaanr.
Orders can be supplied, and guns for
watdi-d foe alteration at short notice, on
application to the subscribers, where the
guns can be examined.
GIBBS k ALEXANDER,
Agenta for the Proprietor,
dec 31 23
YeWovj Flna & u^v****
THE WEST LYDIA MARKETS.
1AIIGOK8 of the vert beet quality, and
J of all descriptions ol the above named
I,umber, (50 lo BO fret in length, if requir
ed) can, at the shortest notice, be Airmail
ed at the
Darien Steam Saw Atilt,
in the State of Georgia, on the most rea
Venseli drawing not over 13 or 19 tnd a
halffeet water, can load with great fkctl tv
at the Mill by an Inclined plane, thereby
getting the lumber on hoard clean and
dry i and from fifteen to Alteen and t hall
foot w*|er, can bo carried over Uoboy bar,
now tendered aa aafe aa any In the United
States, from the bfeaeona and buoys there
An abundant supply ofOypress Shingles,
and Red and Wlme Oak Hogshead Staves,
can he obtained. -
Then being a RICE MUX attached.
Rice Other 1 In whole oe half tierce*, can be
had wnsrn Wanted, Ibr snorting a cargo.
Order*or Communications addressed to
the Agent ofthe Upper Darien Saw Mill,
at Darien, Georgia. wHl be promptly at
tended to. ,
nnv 25 109
Powies’ Patent Bedsteads.
A N assortment uf the shove construe-
AX tion is ready. Air Inspection at tbe
Furni ure Store of. the Subscriber, in
which the long desired improvement in the
uiode of making Bedsteads isdi ubless ac
complished i it may be set up in one mi
nute, and taken down in the tame space of
time without the use of tools, and does not
contain the least harbburfor bugs or dirt.
A further description is deemed unneces
sary, as the improvement must Hand on it*
The Subscriber being authorlied to led
them in this place, will receive ordara for
them *t hie store in tVhitaker street, oppo
site Col. Shellman't.
aon IS 1103 J. W. MORRILL,
ie. . occ at aa
BAPTIST CHURCH SQUARE,
SrpiRS F.stabl slum nt lies lately under.
*JL gone a thorough repair, and consider-
able improvements have been added.
The Subscriber has taken it upon t long
lease, and it will be open on Monday the
34th in*t. for the reception and aecnmmn-
dation of Traveler, and Boarder*, having
supplied hia House with a new general as
sortment of Fm niture,
He is determined that his Tablethall be
inferior to none, while hia Bar shall afford
the choicest Liquors of every description.
itT The 8tahl6s are large and convenient
for the accommodation of any number of
Homes, ,£D With such preparations, ad
ded to the indefatigable attention which it
will be h a study and inclination lo beatow
he cannot hut flatter himself he will re
ceive that shale of patronage and support,
to which such arrangements may be enti
tled. DAVID M. FITTS
XaumnaA Abe. 31,1823.
nov 26 to 2
Drapery, Window Curtains
and Floor Cloths.
F OR Sale,at GEORGE STOWS* Cabi-
net Wate room, hrouyhton-Streel,
2 SuitaofBlue Moriue Drapery Window
7 Suita of Elegant Chints dn.
1 Drawing Room auit of Curtains, com.
Large Assortments of Floor Cloths,
with a variety of Blinds of all deacrip.
Carpets and Curtain made up in tbe
neweat fashion. ■ •
iXJ" Trfo Journeymen and tn Appren
tice wanted to the Cabinet Making busi-
dec 13 | lift 16
T HOSE valuable Rice and Cation Plan
tatlons, Crawford and Booden, situated
between the little and great Ogeeehie Hi
vers, and distant between ten and twelve
miles from Savannah. The swamp and
high land are of prime quality, hut have not
been in cullivatiqn for eight er ten yean
last. They would be an eligible purchase
:o any person desirous of owing evaluable
property, within a convenient distance of
the city. They will be sold before the
Court House in Savannah, on Tuesday, the
28th January next, at 11 o’clock, if nut pre.
vioualy dirposed of at private sale.. The
Plat it in tne hinds of Mr. George Schley,
to whom reference may be had for more
The condition* of sale pill be, one third
Cult, and for the Balance, a credit uf three
yean on n bond and mortgage of the pre-
mises, with tbe interest annually from the
dee 17 Ire 19
T HE Subscriber* inform their Custom
ers and the pnblio, tint they are ael-
ling 80AP and CANDLES at gheatly re
duced prices, At the present prices Sa
vannah manufactured Candles will be ftiund
(on trial,) to be the cheapest light now in
use. A constant supply for sale, at their
Store on the Bay, • fra dcorr H'eil qf lln
City Hotel, or at their Manufactory of
8avannih Candles, 4s 5s 6s.
Northern. do , do
Spermaceti do W
No 1. 2, and 3, Soap, in whole end
' Windsor Soap
N England Rum in hhda
Northern Gin in bbla
Warranted Time Pieces
Butter in Firkins
L. BALDWIN fI CO.
dec 16 l» 18 ;
AT REDUCED PRICES.
TRUE subscriber haa received from NeW
*4 York an Elegant assortment of Furni
ture, consisting ot 6ide Boards -, Secretary
and Book Cases; Grecian Sofas i Bureaus:
Wardrob' B; French Prei.es i Pillar and
Claw, Card, Dining aud Tea Tables i Ex
tension Dining Tables; Ladies' Dressing
rabies, with glass work tables. Gentlemen’s
Writing tables with Bnokcsst-ss Mahogany
High and Field Post Bedsteads: Maple dot
Mahogany Cribs i Wash Stands t Portable
Desks; Hattruses: Feather Beds) Fancy
and Windsor chain, TootSipolsi Count-
inghouae Desk's. Also a Secondhand Or.
gan, plays SO tunes.
Furniture Made and Repaired at thn
All orders will be gratefully received and
J. H. OLDERSH.\W,
On the Bay, tee Je.r/rem the City Hotel;
or .comer of Broughton aud W hitaker
<&• Wanted, three or four Journeymen
modeling tern-.a. Leghorns bleached and I ,
dyed in a eery superior style, having an e. Cabinet Makers, to whom tba highest w.v
legant milliner tn superintend her business, 1 ges will be given,
dec 17 |l 19 dco 31 Ip 33
arRHE iuhscriben offer at private tale
U two Lota known by number! 13 ami
14, Carpenter’S ■ Row, containing 90 feet
front and 151) in depth, together with a
commodious Dwelling House and out bulld,-
ings, Termi of Sale—-Half Caali, the re
maining half credit one tnd two Yetra,
with Bond and Mortgage on the premises.
If tho above described property is not
told at private sale, before the first Tues
day in January next, it will be offtred. at
the Court House at public auction.
J. B. HERBERT U CO:
dec 20 * 23 7
. The Subscriber
TTOILL deliver good FlUR WOOD from
\#Jr his yard, at the residence of any
purchaser, in the City, at Five DeUare and
a half, Cash, per Curd, by sending an or
der tor the quantity wauled, and at Fqur
Dollars and Seventy-five centa per cord,
delivered at the yard, wh-cfi. ia situated bn
the north end of Weat-Uioadstreet, above
WILLIAM C. WAYNE.
0C7 Wood will be aawed at Fifty Cents
per Cord, at the yard,
dec 20 32
Jtlet landirg from thip Thmae Fowler,
St ttt BARRELS No 2 Mackerel
(I 23 do No 3 do
25 kegs first quality Boston Butter
Fean and Ntils
And in Store,
Mackerel, Candles, Soap, and
Madeira Wine in boxes
dec 13 16 Jones’ Buildings.
Wants a Situation.
4 YOUNG Gentleman who has beer
<*. sometime in Georgia as a private Tu
tor, wishes to engage as a teacher in a pri
vate family | he teaches the English Lan
guage only. Apply to the Editor of tbe
dec 9 cu 13
Thu fuM tailing j
liliA 1 f
UlQF If iilMiia Biiet.it, matter
on lias commenced loading, and
wtll oe diS|i*tch*d without daisy, having
two-thimll of her freight engaged. Fur
thn reaiihte nr passage, having good *c.
onmmodatiima, apply to captain Britton on
beard, or to
MALI, HOYT* CO.
dee IS 20
H AS removed to the store lately .occu
pied by Mosers Hnlltch tj
where he contimiva to tranaact
FAC TORAGE AND
and offers for tale 50lier«ei NEW RICE,
together witb the following articles i
Casks of B. B. 8. Porter
Whole and half bhla Fresh Fluor
Barrets Mess and Prune Ueef
Hyson, Gunpowder and Souchong Teas
Loaf, White Havana, end Brown Sugars
Jamaica and W. India Rum
Holland Glh and Whiakny
Sperm and Tallow Camllci
Soap in-whole and halfboxee
Sperm, l.inieeii and Tram Oita
fipikrs, Copper knd wrought Nails
Cot Ntils fromtdto 30d
Together with an assortment of Ship
Chandlery, Hardware, and Faints.
WILLIAM P. BOWEN,
nov 29 4 i
For Sale or to Let,
T HE unexpired lease of tho half Lot, he.
ing the corner of Broughton and Jef.
Person street!, with the Buildingi erected
thereon, oon.iiting of two separate Frame
Store* and Lodging*, and a Fire prouf store
•nd cellars, being excellent stands for all
kind of busmen. Fur terms, applv tn
PETIT DE VILLEHR,
Factor, Mongin’i wharf,
dec 14 eu 17
Family Provision Store.
7|THF. .ubscriber informs the public that
X beb- opened a Store, No. 3, in the
Brick Buildings, North end ef Market-
Square, where he offers for sale on the
lowest terns, Beef, Pork, Butter, Cheese
8oap, Csnll'-s, ttc.
Ain tmiduiR/Mk ihtp Clifford- IPapne,
40 bbls of Superior Nett ark Cider
20 bbla of first quality Itecr
A Large assortment of Spanish, New.
Orleans,and American Srgnra,
Also s large quantity of Apples and Ches-
The above articles will be sold cheap
for cash. Families can depend on a regu
lar supply of Groceries, at the Lowest
dec 10 Jr. 13 V
A8 the honour of announcing to hia
Frletuls and the Public in general, that
he haa just arrivedfrom N York (I Charles
ton, with the most fashionable Gentlemen’s
Hats, Clothing, Uc. Those person* wishing
a good, bargain, will do well to call at the
Subscriber* Store, fV« door. £«.i qf the
City Hotel, tie i—
Trunks fine anil extin superlative Blue, b
Black, Dreas Coats
Trunks Brands, Gray, Mixed, Olive, Drab,
Frock, Ucx, and Waterloo Coata, with
and without Capes i some with rolling
oollats. , . -
Trunks line and Coartc Coates's, ofvatious
Trunks Ulun end Black ditto, at very low
fly Gedrge Schley,
THIS DAY,34th iast. at II o'tli-ek,
W ill be told at hia Aneti n room, '
Sundry articles of
dec ?* 35
The copper bottomed new
fual rate shin
J f,. it l.'tvo, Mueler,
Will want abiuii 400 bslel tv
complete her cargo. Foe freight of same,
dee 11 14
The new fiiat rate ship
JJ. Cr.ihtree, matter,
Will commence hmdi*g,fiir
Liverpool immediately. For freighloiAUb
b«lr*i apply to
dec 11 14
Chiirlrt Jayne, aiaihT,
Will conunence loading this
ay, and receive dispatch. For freight or
paatage, apply on buaid at, Johnston’s
wharf, or to
dee 9 12
The well known coppered
Robert J. Potter Matter,
Hu three.fourths ot hcreargo
engaged, and will meet with d apatch. Fur
freight of 350 balea Cotton or passage, ap
ply to the Captain, on board, al Hunter's
wharf, or to
dec 9 19
The well known III it'reh ahip
Jatnn Bell, matter,
Will be diapatehed immedi
ately. Fur freight of 100 hales Cutton or
passage, apply to captain Bell on board,
JOHN H. REID h CO.
nnv 97 3
The Srat class copper’d Ship
Arthd M'Corktll, tauvrre,
Hiving two thirds of her
cargo engaged, will meet with .dispatch.
Fur freight uf the rema’nder or passage,
having elegant furnished eccommmta-
lions, apply to tlm Captain on board at Hnn-
tec's wuarl', or to ' ,
dec 6 10
— ’" ■ ■ **Mi '■
For New-York* -.
The new copper iaateAe4
WilSn* BeSet, Matter,
Will have Immediate ditpatch.
it or passage, having elegnnt *c-
oommoilations, apply on board *t Jones’
upper wharf, or to
HALL, HOYT U CD.
dec IS 90
Trunks Fine and rdal extra super, super
fine Blue, Black, Gray, Brando, light
Blue, dark and light Drab, double and
single miUCaaaimere Paataloons, made
in the neweat style.
Hunks Bine, Black, Huff, CaMmere extra
quality,Abu Me twifl'd English Flora
tine, Merino, Vslene-a, with Borders,
Swansdown, tnd extra fine oolotired
Trunks of extra Frill'd and end Plain Linen
Small packages of ready made Cravats.
Bales of real Ta, tan extra large sise Cloaks,
elegantly Trimmed, from %1 to 14.
Bale* Linen, Cotton, Worsted, and Merino
Sbiita, of various sites.
Bale* Flannel, Cotton, Merino, Knitted, and
Wottted Shirts and Drawers.
300 Dos Worsted, Lambiwool, Cotton, and
Silk abort and long Stockings, of tupe
Cases of 31 inch Patent Silk Umbrellai.
Cates cheap 44 Irish Linen.
Bales of 3J and 4 point Blankets.
Bales of Kay <J Son’s Plains, No. 4 to 5, at
the low rate of 63$ ctt. per yard.
A great quantity of Negro Clothing.
Bpic* Kiimaroock Iftpa, g .J ; rr D< ten.
Bales Out Sisea, Negro Stuckinga, gsf do.
500 Jackets tndTrowscm of good quality,
Blue clutb, well lined at g5 per suit.
350 Sui t Fearnought Jackets and trow
sert, ofthe largest sia-a, at pr. auit.
150 Great Coats from g6 to 8.
1200 Ited Flannel Shirts, at g!5 per Don.
12 Bales Fearnought Fes Jackets at R5
1300 Check and Striped Shirts, from 75
cents to &1 25.
3 Bales extra quality, Blue round Jack
ets with rolling collars.
A Brandt of the above establishment is
carried on in Charleston, B. C. comer of the
Bay aod (tueen-aireet, opposite tbe Ven
due Jiange where Georgia and North Caro
lina money is taken at par.
oct 39 I
Can take from 50 to lOObalet
Cotton on deck, if immediate application it
mads on board at Taylor’a wharf, or lo
C. C. GBISWOLD.
dec 13 15
The packet ship
nWitm Mu,tin, mutter,
Hot half her freight eng*.
ged. ami will meet with dispatch. For
remainder or paatage, apply on board at
Moore’s wharf, or to
Wl,t ha. received per raid thip, and fur safe,
130 keg* first quality Butler
30 bbls Mem Beef
20 hair bbla Mesa Beef
50 bills Pilot Bread
50 do boiled Cider
100 casks Lime
100 boxes first sort Herring
. 20 htlf bbls No I Mackerel
SO six gall, keg* Currant Wine, supe
By J. B. Herbert tj Co.
Tills DAY. 34th ilut at 111 o'clock,
B id be ..Id befetrt *«r St.<e,
A general atm-tment of
10 bamls 1’otk
10 do Coffise
50 boxes Candles
W bbla 011 V
10 qr casks Malaga Winn
SO bbla OalonS
13 do Yintgaf, Wo.
dec 24 35 Terms cash
By Baker 85 Minton,
Tills DAY, 34th Inal al II o’clock.
An asaortrnent of SfUonttb t le Hritiith
•nil American >
5 cases 4-4 super, Irish Linens
3 bales white tqdlitie Plaint
3 flo Ann lean Negro doth*
1 do Blue doth
l.eaae Women’*blk woratedVlsse
1 do real Tartan Plaids
1 do Fancy Mutlhu
1 do Flag Hdkfa
dec 24 23
—■ - ...uwi at
By George Schley,
f"0» the frit Tuetday is February tier:
YM7TLL he aoldvaMatK reterxw, nt I2u’.
v v clock, in front of ihesCourt-Honsc,
that valuable trust Lot, designated mtl.i
plan of the city by letter Q, with the build
ing thereon, known at the old Frcrhytu-
den 1* 17 Terms fr^h.
Thirty Dollars Reward.
A bsconded since 37th utt. trnm if*
employment at apprentice to
Clark and Luffbmugb, matnnx, my Nry.ro
boy BY. or SYI’IIAX, aboutlSveam chi >
a alim fellow, not very black, talkative and
plausible, but not very shrewd i fund of
dies*, and much cf a heuu on biiiii!n *
and holidays. He had no particulsr mark a
by which I could designate him- hot he it
pretty well known about town. Front u>k.
ing a good many clothes, I suspect hu-lm
left the plaoe * C>| taint pf ves'aelx »r-i
esutioned to be vigilant, that he dues nut
make hia escape on board. The above r -
ward trill be paid on bis delivery ih jin,
or to .. - n .
dec 7 *11
A N election ta hereby ordered ,(o ( -!
bald at Joatiee Russel’* Offier^on Sa
turday the 28th December intt. lur ji C-p-
tain, 1st and 3d Lieutenants and Epnij... to
Mthmand beat Company No3.
Thn Foils to be opened tt 11 o’rlnck, cud
the Election superintended by two Justice*
of the Peace, aud two Freeholders or a nia-
iority of them.
By order of l.t Col. Roman.
M. W. STEWART, Act. Adj>.
1st Hcgt. G- M.
dec IS 20
T HE Southern half of Lot No 10, comer
of Dray ton-street, Anton ward, upon
which there is a commodious bouse, lute !y
occupied by Doctor Read, immediste pen-
session can be had. If not sold at private
it will be put up at pubfic sale, on the firat
Tuesday in January. For terms, applv to
dec 14 17
nd accommodating terma, that large and
rommmlioni house situated on corner-
of Jefferson and Bayuitreeta, opposite the
Washington Hall. Alto the house at pre
tent oeoupied by Doctor Furtb, ami situ.*
ted opposite White’s Hotel. Possession giv
en immediately Inquire of 8 Pnn sbick
nov 00 J
Xp’lE CopirtneraUSP heretofore exiting
41 at Savannah, .under the firm ol J. hx
L-riianr U Co. having been diaaolved, in
consequence of the death of Mr. J. Latltrcp
—the bud neat will be continued under Hie
same name, conducted by Mr. Hettkinh
lard, who with Henry Thomit, of New-
York, and Henry Hall, of Boston, compote
Atw-Tork, Dei. 4, 1823.
dee 19 21
For Sale, “
L OT Nt 8s 60 by 90 feet, fronting on
Reynold'a square* adjoining tbe red
■Hil^entt Of Joseph Gumming Rtq on a h ch
wert ii a commodious and well finished
The anpvrior eoppnr’d British brig fcree t'ory .Brick House, with slated roof,
PRINCE KUTOUSOFF, stabtei, Coaeh-buute, te. .11 of Brick
and-slated. In fee simple. Far terms,
PONCE U MACKENZIE
dee 18 x 30
UfL Thmnt H ocithouid,mutter,
Will commence loading Th a Day,
and receive ditpatch, tbe principal part nf
her cargo being already engaged. For
freight of350 bales Cotton or passage,ap.‘
ply on beard at Hunter’s wharf, nr to
dee 20 22
The remarkabl, fine coppered
Now reedy to commence loading. Far
freight, apply to
< A. L MOLYNEUX
dee 23 24
4 The copper, d British brig
/. Barnet, Matter!
Stands A. 1. at Lloyd’aP—-For
freight, apply to
A. L. MOLYNEUX.
dec 23 24
MR Tbe fine and fast sailing bfig
aftp, B, Coeh, Matter,
9||£ Having part of her cargo engaged,
wilt meet with all poatible dispatch. For
freight or passage, apply to the Captain on
buanisl Muort’a wharf, or to
DC HAMEL fc AVZB.
T HE Partnership
lion U Hen-i
between larder John-
-y vf, Hil/t, and Jacob IFill-
cix, under the firm of Jubnatoo U Hilla,
wo dissolved on the 2a August last, by the
death of the senior partner. The tubscri-
bera will continue tfie butineasas partners
under the firm ef Johnston A Hills.
' HENRY W. HILLS.
Savannah, 9lh Dee• 1823.
dec It 14'
TMlOR tale, all that Tract of Land, In the
*f county ofScrivrn, formerly the resi
dence of Mr. James Platt, deceased. The
tract contains about 5924 acres, well tim
bered, it on Black Creek, adjoins Savan
nah River, and it without doubt one of the
beat Mill teats between Savannah and Au
gusta : this Imnd really worthy of atten
tion, to a person disposed to have a valua
ble plantation, 8*w and Grist Mill. It is be
lieved this land will answer all tlpse put-
poses. Apply to
D. M’LEOD, or
, JEREMIAH CUTLER.
Ty The Attpttta Herald is rafluaMed (o
insert the above advertiacmenf toME.We-lra
and to forward their account tathtosOM
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