\*r poinsatt observed, that hfe had, from
J]Z,b.™ m»>i O’. o'*’**
to Sit in the recess-—but in*
*V use'hud determined otherwise, and he
H /SLipht that it was wholly unnecessary
Stiimtoh.k So far
V "* hem increased within an hour, h*-
belVevtd the number of attending members
—mill' be lessened. . . , ,
^ Mr Livingston rose and said, that he had
,imt instant come into the House, and that
J' Ler had been put into his hands, com
?-3j o letter signed by an honorable
nb g er of this House, who wtt* also a
. w ? "her of the committee appointed on
!?!Address of Ninian Ed wauls, which let
|er contained a statement, that he thought
one or tho committee to giving MR Cra^v
ord an pppotiunhy of answering the ac
cusation of Mr. Edwards.
On motion of Mr FOOT, of Connecticut,
the House was then adjourned by the Spea
ker till the first innnday of December next.
irincumbent on him, as a member of that
mrnittec, to notice. It is there said, that,
at his, (Mr. Randolph’s) instance,
m-jork, «f u» committee;
i at the Secretary had the opportunity giv
* * i . ci e i,is answer to the accusation
of Mr°Ed wards.** Mr Livingston said he
was hound to declare that there was not on
fiis nart the slightest opposition, nor did
anv other member of the committee ex
nrcss any, or shew the least disinclination
to communicate the accusation to Mr.
Crawford, or to give him an opportunity of
answering it! that, on the contrary, it was
one ol the first measures proposed, alter
the papers were printed—that the motion
was made, as appeared by the minutes of
the committee, by a member from New
York,‘to communicate the papers, that Mr.
Randolph’s amendment Was adopted by him,
und it was unanimously agreed to, us a
mended. Mr. Livingston said, that the
statement could only have arisen from a ve
ry great misapprehension of the proceed
ings of the committee; but that it conveyed
so serious a charge on their character and
impartially, that he appealed to the recol
lcc'ion ol all the members now present, to
declare whether the statement he had made
«r is not correct. -
Mr McArthur said, that he distinctly
recollected ,thc proceedings of the commit*
tee on the 28th April—that it was upon the
motion of Mr Taylor, the order was made,
to transmit to Mr Crawford a copy of Mr
tiiwards’s Address, and the.accompanying
papers, together with the resolution creat
ing the committee, which was acquiesced
in by all the members then present. Mr.
Floyd, perhaps, suggested the propriety of
firs’ examining the communications and
documents, hut did not urge t. e suggestion
Upon Mr Randolph’s arrival the proceed
ings of the committee were read to him,
viVen l,e rt marked that he hoped the cm
miuee would not be delayed in its investi
g,iii> n lor the Secretary’s answ« r—that he
w is for pr gressing with the investigation,
ho' was willing that the Secretary should
be ndvisrd of it; nnd moved to amend tin
motion ol Mr Taylor, as stated in the min
utesuifthe committee. That the modifica
tion proposed by Mr R. was accepted by
Mr Taylor, and unanimously adopted —
That he was co fident, that the statement
relative ihe>etof which app' ared in the
Richmond Enquirer of the 25th inst over
tin signatnr, o1 John Randolph of Roanoke,
is nut correct.
Mv Floyd said, that be had just come in,
am 1 Hid not know very well what it was the
gentleman had been saying. If, as he was
told,it related to the .occurrences in the
Committee, he could only state the impres
si in which was made bn his memory, tho’
he did not know that he was correct, but
believed h' was So far, however, as h,
was told what Mr. Randolph had written,
it seemed to him that there was evidently
some mis’uke in the business. He pie
turned it must relate to conversations in the
committee, rather than to the measure a
d' pled by them A proposition was iead
b\ some member, he believed the gentle
man from N' w Y>t'k, to this effect: that
the chairman '>e directed to transmit a. co
py i Mr Edward 's Addrsss to the Sucre
tary of ti e Treasury, and request his an
swi r 1 nis was conversed on, and tho lat
tei part stnc ken out Mr Randolph came
in. slid made the motion to amend the pr"
position of H e gentleman fr m New York,
very similar to the first; which proposition
w.is then put to the committee, and a vote
taken, which seemed to be satisfactory u
all, <md was so noted, he believed, by ihe
committee. This seemed to him to be
n<,oly’he state of the facts; as he rertiem
Mr Webster Safd that he held in his hand
the- l iginal paper containing the resolution
oflrui by Mr Taylor It had at first Jjcen
pi<>pfisedyft. rt quest an answer from Mr
Crawford} bin u was sugested that there
noght be some objection to that form
* his was afterwards modified, so as to s*y
the commit ice ild receive any enmmu
nieaiion Mr C. should th'n k proper t n& ke:.
LRere for the present the Conversation
st ,, i)|, A a „d messages were sent to th-
F’-rsuleni and to tlie Senate informing them
Ihut tin House wa’s ready to adjourn-1
Mr Taylor then rose, arid said,, that, in
frhrence to the ietter of Mr. Randolph,
that lut! appea>ed in the public prints this
thwning, he thought improper to' observe,
is corroboration of what had been said by
Hie li-n, geml,-man IVytn Massachusetts,
at his recollection was Very distinct that
'original motion made by him in com
" t , l,lCt wa% stronger, arid'went furiher. than
< e order finally adopted It not only reqlii
< c l * ,al Mr. Crawfard should be furnished
1 h a copy of Mr Edwards’s memorial, and
, e accompanying papers, together with a
L )f, Jdie res,>11,11.,n creating the commit
\*en- ° Ut l ^ at c 'raii)ford Should be
?"e«cd’io answer the same
Passengers in the Panthes—Mr A Brown, lady,
two children and sefvatir, Messrs Seabury, Alien,
tad sis others. "t .
Front the IVicst Indies —By the brig
Rapid, arrived yesterday, we received afi!«
of the St. Thomas Timeb to the 20th uh
from which we, copy the following arli
Antigua, May 11.—H. M. S Scout
arrived at English Harbor on Friday eve
ning, from Baibadoes. The Scout our rea
ders will remember, left Barbadoes some
time since, with his Majesty's ship Eden,
for Para, both vessels having on board the
British Vice Consul, Merchants,.and Por
tugueso subjects, who had sought refuge
in Barbados, in consequence of the tumult
which broke out in Para in the month of
Oct. We understand that the Eden arrived
at Para before theScout, & was permitted to
enter the port unmolested: but on the ap
proach of the Scout the batteries fired at her.
This comfiliment having been promptly
returned, the assailants fled from theirposts,
and theScout anchored in salcty; after which
a representation of the insult to the British
flag was made to the Authorities, and an
apology received, together with assurances
of friendship towards the British Govern
ment and promises of protection to its sub
jectB engaged in business there. The mer
chants, &c on landing found that their pro
perty had been respected during their ab
sence: and when the Scotit sailed the must
perfect tranquilly prevailed.
Mosquito Shore—Kingston, (Jam.)
May 1.—We understand hat the Colam
burn authorities have notified to our naval
commanders on this station, that all British
vessels trading to the Mosquito shore, and
the territories adjacent, would be considered
by the government of C -lombia as carrying
on an illicit commerce on her coast, and
would be seized und condemned according
ly. In conai.quejtce of this intelligence, u
meeting has been held of the merchants tra
ding to that coast. To an address ol this
meeting, AdiVural Halsted has returned
the following reply.
“jsfs Port Royal, Afiril 30, 1824.
“Siu—having received 1 copy oYthe res
olutions adopted at tho meeting of the met
ehants and underwriters held this morning
on the subject of certain pretentions sen
forth by the Colombian Republic, to ex
clude Foreigners from trading with the
Mosquito and other shores in that vicinity
“ I neg you will be good enbugh to make
known in the ustial manner for the inf rma
tion of those interested, that I shall send by
the Grecian cutter, which Is to sail tu*.-nor
row for Carilvagena, a leitor requesting
that the proclamation on thi* subject b
suspended, till the same shall have been
“Lhal 1 also acquaint the Government ol
sa : d Republic, until I have instructions to
the couotrfy, it is my du'y to protect the
British trade in these the seas where ever it
may be carried on in u lawful manner, and
Ithetefore cm not make any exception to
that which is carried on with the Indians on
the Mosquito and other shores in that vi
I have the honor to be, 5cc.
L. W. HALSTED, V. Adm.
To the Hon. the Mayor of Kingston.”
KT* 200 bales of Cotton only are
wanted to 111: up >tu ship Paliai, Uriiton, fur Liv
erpool which will be taken low and immediately
diipatched—for freight apply to ,lames Wood nr
C W. HOCK WELL.
june 8 m!34
Passage for Aew Yorlc,
V, The fast v liii-rf packet ship
Van Dyck, master,
Will sail on Thursday the 10th Inst.
For passage only having superior accommodations
apply to Captain Van Dyck an board at Jone’s
upper wharf, or to
june 8 134
Passage for Jv etc York,
—— The elegant packet ship
Will positively sail on Sunday next,'
13th in»t at o’clock, and will return from New
York, and sail again for the above port on tbe 5th
luly, For freight or passage apply to
E. WILLIAMS, or
O. C. GRISWOLD.
june 8 b!34
SELLIN G OFF.
R. L* MILLING,
I NTENDING to leave the city for a short time,
will sell his Stack of
Boots and Shoes,
at teat, until the first of August next.
1 case sup. iialtimore Boots, shan’t make,
1 do do Philadelphia do Cole’s do
2 do do New York. Dan Taylor’s do
2 do Gentlemen’s fine Shoeu.es
1 do single tie Shoes
1 do Ladies Satin Slips
1 do do Morocco, do Springs and Heels.
1 do stout pegged Bootees and Shoes, suita
ble for farmers.
Toge'her with a complete assortment of Chil
drens and Servants Shoes—for cash only
N..B, All persons indeb cd tu th„ subscribe
wilt pi -ase to call and settle their accounts
R. L. MILLING
jtutr 8 134 . .r ’
From llitvi.nu viu At luyusiine,
r *3 r.ei-oons Spam,It Leaf T .oscco
O 3 do superfine, for Wrappers
5 kegs Lsgrima Wine
25 Dutch Clieeses
12 lbs fresh Almond Oil
For sale by GAUDRY & HERBERT,
june8 m 134
SHirs, mast Kite,
SAVANNAH, W. UtBBs,
LOUISA MATILDA, I). Woun,
AUGUSTA, D Van Dtck,
WM WALLACE, T. Wood,
EMPEROR, v J. H. Bewuett,
The above are all first rate vessels, with expe
rienced cnmmaqders, and will continue to sail in
regular succession throughout the season, leav.
ing Savannah for New York on Thursday and N.
York for Savannah on. Saturday in each week.—
For freight or passage, apply to the Captains on
board at Jones's upper wharf, or to
HALL & HOYT,
jan 27 21
/jHHE Co partnership which has existed be
4L tween the subscribers, under the firm of
'Ames AnoKiiiimb Go expires this day by limi
tation. Those persons having claims against the
firm, are requested to present them or settle
ment, and those indeh'ed will make payment to
Jambs Aboersoh and Cbaiukb M. Kiko, who will
attend ’o the settlement of the concern, and con
tinue the tusiness on their own account.
ANDREW LOW U CO.
iune 1 129
COPdHTJYER*HIf J .
j ''HE Subseripers have this day m-med a con-
3 nectinn in business under the firm of James
Ahdebsoh & Co. and offer at wholesale und reiui.
a very extensive and general assortment of
Fancy and Staple
> DRV bOUDi
at reduced prices for Caih or tow n acceptances
CHARLES M KING.
jj^OKsale in quantities to suit purchases, by
L vY & HEND1UCKSON,
M. J »se Silvester Rebcllo was presented
yesterday by Mr Adams, Secretary of State,
f.u whom he had delivered his credential
Letter] to the President of the United
States, asChatg’e d’ Aff.irs frith the Em
peror of Bi zil, and was received and re
cogtuzcd m character by ihe President
We learn by tbe brig Angcnoa, Capt.
Harris, tu,n the people of the Cape dc
Vcrds were very much dissatisfied, on ac
c unt of tin King having ordered, to be u
lien fr in them the Biblea with which they
L,d l>i-en presented by the BihleSocieties.
utidi r a penalty of 500 dollars and imor’t-
s-ionient in cas-- -.f refusal —A Y Gazette.
Chatham Superior Court,
Mat Tbum, 18 4
G EORGE JO,tNSTON and otliers,com b
ants vs Peter Vanbutgh Livingston and oth
<-r>, deferulsiiti,, in equity in the Superior Cou
Chatham County, May term, 1824.
It appearing >o the Court by affidavit that Peter
Vanburgh Li.-ingston and Harriet E Livingston,
who, ure parti, s defendant reside beyond the s ate
of Georgia, and within the United States on mil
lion of complainants solicitor, it is ordered that
die said defend mt do respectively appear an-
answer the complainants bill within four months
the date of thi. rule. And it iB further ordeven
that this rule be published once a week durin r
four months from this date in one of the public
Gazettes <*f tins Slat-;
Extracts frem the Minutes,
A. B FANNIN, Clerk
jun-.- 8 134
, RANC1S I LAY, having taken GEORGE R
0 HENDRICKSON, into Partnership, the bu
siness will in futtuv he conducted under the firm
-.1 Lay & Hr.Rt)tiicCsnR, at tbe < Id stand, cor ei
of Congress andWImaker streets Shads’ build me.
F I LAY
pine 3 ca 130
JLlYEUS # HAMILTON,
5TAVE received by the ship Savannah, a larg*-
IX assortment of ^ .
By J Ji. Herbert Co
ON MONDAY, 14th inst at U o'clock,
Will be sold at the store foinier!) occupied by
Puuyul £, Holland, near the Exchange,
■The entire Mock of
Drugs and Medicines,
Comp sing u general a - -a.u u.e u«. i orient,
A Soda Fount, Complete,
The r.ue will be po&lii,
june 5 133 'Terms cash*
TO MOltUOW 9th inst at 11 o'clock
If'*// hr soli! before our Store,
9 hhds p ime Mus. u ar.
l eans at unu ot Sale.
8 casks Claret
Aud i.general a.-.-xuiiiient of Stone Ware.
A general aasurlmnnt uf
june 3 13) , . .iu. cash,
On theli. . 'i „e buy m July next,
W ILL be sold at the Court House on the 1st
Tuesday in July next, ueiween the hoiosoj
10 .,n< 4 o’clock.
All that lot and buildings No 24 in the city of
Savannah, under a fi fu on foreclosure in favor of
Mary Lew-den against Paul J Vatlaton
I U’LYON, sco.
june 5 33
On the Jtrst Tuesday in August next,
W ILL be sola at i lie court house between th©
hours of 10 and 4 o’clock,
a'I that southern lia't part id Lot N, 6, 't, lithe
Tything, Heailicote ward with the i'i.rnu cmistl
thereon, bounded north by a lane, east by an ad
jacent lot, south by south or -ud St. and wen by
da. uard St levied on undera torecloaur -, f a
mortgage from George L. Cope, to Wtn Wiiit-
he,d - - I D'l.Yt ’N, acc.
June 5 133 ,
/ t EUKU1A—Uialtiam bounty, Hy tlie Hu .
vT the Justices of the Interior Court, sitting fo.
To all whom it may concern—
Whereas Robert Taylor, administrator ofWm.
M. Kelley, late of Savannah, merchant, dec. has
petitioned to the honorable the court of Ordinary
to be discharged from his said administration.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular tbe kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to file their objections (if any they
have) in the clerk’s office of the said court , on or
before the 8th day of December next; otherwise
letters dismissory will be granted to the petition-
witness the honorable John P Williamson,
one of the Justices of tbe said court, this 8th day of
June, A D. 1823.
S M BOND, c c o.
june 8 1^4- ■
DIED—On the 26’b ult i Phil <delphiu, after
m slio.t illness, rsaki.es ''civet, Esq His Cath
olic *-je-t'-’* Con i!«omv .ml-, ot Georgia
. 3i | g i r Cs i e( l ,„ a t (l 0u ghi l0
cniJ. LrUwi °rtl’i option Whether
| communicate an answer
be lelt to
or not to
*,•»*"* fi'y and the latier clause
^eSmen?w ' 0, !?i nB!y; , MV hosid
as ev, en . t was a(lo l ,l cd by the committee,
'heir deoisioii, on the point V.
<» 0 „i. *. re . , ri ’ ct l* more piecisely than d
^.e 00 rx rthePwilhor '^‘‘«“>‘ l * le l aUer
‘ opposition was not made by any
PORT OP SAVANNAH.
Brig Jane. Rlnke, 12 days, from Boston, mer.
chandize, t- H'Lotd 'J cu, consignees,. W T Wij-
hums, P Hill. L asoii. A & E W .md, . VV Robin
son, G Newhx l, T G Ha ward, S B t’arkinan, D
Carnet, ]r A It Fannin & co, Hall a Hoyt, J B
Herbert tX co. R S G ff', O Taft, and the master.
O' Wednesday, spok . brig George, from this port
for Havre, 3 d ya out. Same day, ssw a ship with
S W Sa> unnah) in her foretop:,ail.
Sloop D'.ligtn, Cooper, .Charleston, 2 days, to
,i B Herbttl Ki ck, W Gaston, G Ralph, TG Cham
berlin, P M’Dermolt It Campbell, Tufts & Reed,
•nd T Bradley , co. Passengers, Miss Habersh am,
dr Hanershain, Col E F Tattnall, Mr Gugel and
one other- ‘
-Pi ot Boat Eclipse, Briggs, from a,cruize, on
Saturday Iasi, 20 miles east of Tybee Light, spoke
smop Good Intent,'Allen, 1 day from Charleston
tor St Simons. ,
Steam Boat Carolina, Wray, 50 hours from Au
gusia with boats No 5 and ll m low—754 bales
Cotion and other, merchandize, to Blanchard,
Brothers & cn. IT Lord & co T Butler •& co. I
Butler & co. W Gaston, Pone- Sit McKenzie, G B
Lamar, O Tstfi. C C Guswold, H Chdand, C Ba
ker, G Gordon, L Foot, ami l D’Lyon. Passen
gers,'Messrs Drew,’Coll on, Magee, Godkm, Foot,
Williams, Spotford, Hastings and Lriiips
Pole'Boat Appollo, from Augusta,with 6j0 bales
cotton to G B Lamar and others.
Ship Cotion Plant, Fish, New York.
r G Gordon.
WEST TO SKA OX SUMUT. •
E L ship Louisa Matihla, Wood, tor New York ;
Brig l anthea, Bradley, do.
V BAlLKD TB8TBBDAT' ,
Ship Florida, Wilson,for r.iyerpool. . ,
Pilot Boat Schooner Georgian, Low, for Chat les
ion and a cruise, with a number ot passengers on
Cotton Bagging, i$c.
,>A Few hundred pcices supeviu, 4 2u
And a variety of other
Whicn will after mis month ok -object 10 . editio
ns! du y. For sale at former prices, if applied for
immediately, and long credit given,for approve
paper. ' ANDREW LOW & CO.
jure 4 332—2m
direct from ttieir Vabs- .oi’Sxin New York.con-
i-ting of many new articles nut to be obtained ir.
ny other Store in this city:
COATS and COATTEF.8—Of blk- Silk Camlet,
Blk Bombazine, do Circas ian, French and
Engl sh Vigonia, Cassinett, Cotton Casai •
mere, Bomhazett, Satteen, Etc. Etc.
PANTALOONS—Of Denmark Satin, English
Silk Drilling, blk striped Silk, blk Nankin
Crape, blue and blk silk Camlet, white and
colored plain nnd striped Drilling, ribb’ I
Vigonia Cassimere, blk Circassian, Cassi
nett strip'd cotton Florintim., cottonCassi
mere, Satteen, Bombazette, Nankeen, Etc.
VEST8—"of .blk figur’d & strip’d English, French
ami India Silk, uf a great variety of Pat
terns* white Marseilles, strip’d and color’d
do., white sift strip'd Valentia, col’d do
of various Patterns.
iouncl Jackets, Duck Trowsers, linen nnd cotton
Shirts, Stockings, Drawers, Gloves, Sus
penders, Crav.at Stiffners, black Stock>,
Hlirifa Uc (Jc
ALSO—A general assortment of.
oth Frock CO ATS, Dress. COATS, PANTA-
.OONS and VESTS, of all qualities. The whole
, unprising an assortment, rarely to be met with*
id will be sold wholesale or retail at prices cor
nsponding with the times. Corner of Whitaket
nd St. Julian Streets,, ppositeYoungs’Buildings
may 26 ||n 24
VTR WILLIAM TURNER, tiaving assigned to
*X the subs-.riber all hia stock in trade* debts,
tkc for behoof of his creditors generally, it is re
quested that those indebted make immediate pay-
mt nt, and those having claims will please render
i iem to Mr 'Thomas Miller, who is appointed
their agent, to dispose of the stock, which compri
ses a general assortment of
Seasouab\e Drvj Goods.
And will be sold vholesaleor in retail, at very
reduced prices, for cash only.
JAMES M’HKNRY,} Assignees
JOHN H REID. S. of
CEORGE RELPH. SWm.Turner.
On the first Tttetduy in July next
W ILL be sola ai tne c >un House, in Effing
ham County between tHe usual hours
Eighty acres of Und in Effingham Count) houn
ded S by land ot Shtll.z, E by land of Metzger,
W bv land ot McIntosh, l« vi. d on as the property
of Matthew Reiser, to satisfy an execution in Lvur
of John Berry
Also, one negro man named Cato, the property
of John Johnson, seized for being illegally moo*
ducedinto the State, and sold to pay i-xpi n„e .
Also* 600 acres of Und joining ia.i .a f w tin
Griffin and on Cowpet Branch, i*i E!fi,.gh uj
County, levied on ,>s the property of Jno G ' y er
security for l'hos Gi I, to satisfy an execution m
f vor of Juroea Wiison—returned to me b. aeon-
THOS. EI.KINS,». e c.
june 5 133
On the Jim Tuesday m July next,
W ILL be s»id at the Court Hous,-, between
the hour* of 10 and 4 o’clock,
A negrp woman named Dianna an ' her two
children Lewi*and 6»m, levied on by a cun- able
to satisfy several executions from u magistrates*
tour: in favor of John B. Wick, and Ebnuzer
Jenckes, against Adam Anderson, by bis gu .r.uail
and turned over to me.
I. D’LYON, acc.
r HE Stock of DRY GOODS which formerly
belonged t > Mr William Turner, is now
selling off at prices muchunder cost
apM)16 . 88
Luu.ber—on tong Credit.,
’|J8E uudersigned vviii set Lu.i her tor approv
X ed paper, in sums of On Hundred Dollars
and above, payable on the first day of janu-Ty
next BROWN Si OVERSTREET
june 1 m!29
B EING about to.leayi the state,! have appoint.
ed Messrs. Jonx.H. Reid, and James A. Max-
well, my attprnies. Persona having claims against
the estate of Robert..Djeghorn, dec must pre
sent them duly attested to the former gentle reni
on or before the 8th of September next, or pay
ment will be refu-ed, that being the date prescri
bed by law for c’aims to be received,
may 29 fr27 WM'- TURNER
T HE public are informed that the Subscribers
have located and formed a connexion in Jack-
annboro, Scriven Cohnty.'Ga Where one of them
may at all times be found except when profes-
sionally engaged elsewhere They purpose to
attend the several courts of the several Counties
Scriven, Burke and Jefferson—-ulso those of Rich
mond, Warren ahd Emanuel. They hope by close
application, and a due attention to the business of
their profession, to merit aud receive a share of
the public pulronuge „ Business confided to their
care will be thankfully received & punctually at
JAMES B LEWIS
v IOSIAH S. PATTERSON,
may 22— t|120
ILL be sold-at .the tlourt House in Savan
nah, on the firat Tuesday in July next, be
tween the hours ot ten and two o’clock, lot No 15,
(fifteen) in the second district of Early County,
Georgia, containing two hundred two and a half
acres, more or less, being the real estate of Ro-
beri »i. Durkie, dec’d- and .sold by permission ot
the Court of Ordinary of Ob at ham County.' -
AUGUSTUS F. DUUKIE,
i. d' Administrator
may 1 ■ - • ‘ - IU2
ROAD TO DUBLIN.
OJV THE OCONEE RIVER.
vpHE Committee appointed by the subscribers,
I. to a fund to be appropriated for opening and
tepairing the road to Dublin, will receive propo
sals from persons qualified, to examine and report
oo the present state of said road-the intersecting
water courses,' advantageous changes fron the
present route, the length of paiiseway, and the
number of bridges that require repair, or of new
bridges'to be built, etc. with all and any informa
tion which may enable the committee to estimate
the expense and adopt the best mode of putting
s.tidroad in excellent order for waggons. The
compensation for said service, may ulso be named
The committee will furnish particular instructions
to the individual appointed, in which they will
fully detail his duties ' f .■ * ♦ ,
Proposals must be made in writing, addressed
jo ? JOS. GUMMING,
Chairman of Committee.
may 20 118
City Sheriff’s Sales.
On first Tuesday in July next,
^ITILL be sold befort tte Court House in th#
- X city of Savannah, between the uaual hour©
of'0 and 4 o’clock, *
All that lot of land kn^wn in the plan ofthe ci*
ty ol Savannah, as ’ot No 25 twenty five Brnwa
ward, containing 60 feet in front and 90 feet <*• -p.
subject to an annual ground rent to the corpo: :^
tion of the city of Savannah, together with-na
buildings thereon, bounded east by lot No 24
twenty four, south by Hall St. west by lot No 26
twenty six and north by a lane, le-.v-d on as the
property of Charles H Hayden, to satisfy execu
tions from the court of Common Pleas anti Oyer
und Terminer for the city of Savannah, John P.
Williamson vs. Charles H Hayden, Moore & Ly
man va. same, ahd Charles W Rockwell vs sume^
and an execution for rent, John B Berthelott vs.
Also, sundry articles of furniture, conpisti. g of
two mahogany Sophas, one dozen straw bottom 4
chairs, one pair mahogany card tables, four ma
hogany tea tables,'one beadstead an4 one side
board, levied on aatht property of George So
toaati-fy an execution from tbe court of Common
Pleas and Oyer & Terminei forthe city of Savan-
nah, Douglass & Sorrel vs. George Stow.
AlttO,one Horse and Gig* levied on as the pro-
perty ol Wm Ioor, to satisfy twoexe utions from
the Court of Common Pleas nd Ot *r it Tr rmto-
er for the city of Savannah, Charles W Rockwell
vs. Wm. lour and Geo- W Coe vs, same.
Also, all those two lots of land, known in the
plan of the city, ot Savannah, as lots No» 17 und
18, old Frankli-. Wardaubiect toa ground r' ru to
the corporation of the city of Savannah, bounded-
east by Jefferson street,’ west by Montgomery st,
north by Bjyan street and outh b) St Julia- st.
levied on as the property of F. S Fell, to 8 tisfy
sundry executions from the Court of Common
Pleas and Oyer and Terminer for the city of Sa.
vannah, Jno Crane und N Baker, vs. F s Feii J
Whitlock vs Same and Jas Wells vs. Same
june 5 133 j- A .1 II I yon, s
dozep Saratoga uno Hill Ion Spring Wg.
tera, bottled by Lynch St dark, of v- w.
York, has been received per Louis i Matilda, nd
for sale at fi3 50 per dozen, or 3l j cts a single
quart bottlt, by
F, I. LAY, Druggist,
4 s * ALSO, .
A fresh supply of « E11)! JTZ POIVDFR9.*
may 25 122
Passengers in the Louisa Matilda—Mr Moscb
lloff’ and b fumily, Messrs Force, Clurk, Nichols,
o-es,Stratton, Goddar-land others.
Passengers in the FloriJh—J 11 Reid, George I
Camming, Joshua Milne, — Milne, and two o-
thers,' • v-.
Otto oJ Ruses and Musk,
J UST received per brig Native, from N v York,
for sale by F. 1. LAY,
Druggist, Shad’s Buildings.
q All news and new advertisements appear in
both papers. £0
T HE midsummer examinations in this,institu
tion will tal$e place on Tuesday and Wednes
day, the 22d and 23d of June. It is hoped, that
bn those days the business will be completed. On
rhursday tho 24th tbe cluss wilt close to re-open
.on the fir-A Tuesday in July. The friends and
patrons of literature are respectfully invited and
earnestly solicited to 'attend on those days, if they
can make it convenient to do so. As there will
be considerable, business to be attended to, the
examination will commence each day not later
than 9 A M. and be conducted with as much ex
pedition as possible.
may 29 t!27
ByooLAss s' souhel,
OFFER FOR SALE,
RBLS best fumily Flour
20 i bag- green and white Coffee
10 pipes Cognac Brumiy Seig ette'o
100 kegs Nails and Brads,welI • i rtud
100 boxes window Glass, 7 M - to
12 X 18
20 'ons iil'Atw ricau Hollow Ware
2 tons Engli 1. Plough Plate-
20 bales Domestic Sheetings und
5 pipes Colemenar Wine
4 patent oil cloth Carpets •;
40 M Spanish and Ameridan Segara
10 coils Bale Rope, &e &c.
All of won h will be sold low to close ales
LANiJl ,G. r
BAGS BLck Pepper
120 do prime H«v na green Coffee
200 bbls Phila, and New York Whiskey
30 hhds do do J ,
lOOUbbls N. B. Gin
40 kega Tobacco “E. Browns.” NoV
5 pipes Cognac Branny "imported direefi*
50 boxes No 1, Soup
25 do Candles
For sale by JO'HNW .I