j^o, 192 Vol. XXII.
TV o fjv WHARFAGE, STORAGE, DRAY-
published, Jan. 1824, and now In operation.
under 100 tons, por day - SO cents,
do. do 7o
rfagt on Landing and Shipping Country Pro-
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1824.
Whole No. 4514.
each barrel or half do Rice
jead of tobacco • , «
1000 feet of Lumber * •
1000 staves ' * Th
1000 shingles * * “3
1000 reeds *
heavy wood, sold by the solid U 374
100 bushels of com, and gram of ull
kind, in bulk • * “
1(H) bushels lime in bulk 80
cord of wood * *
cedar, ligktwoodor other posts, per ^
..arfw l°n tending and Shipping Goods,
lorofasmallsiae,each • 10 conts.
500 lbs. aud upwurds • 15
1200 do * s ®
Is ... **
i of coffee, pimento, sugar, und all
other bags of such sige, (grain 1 ex
cepted) each • ®
of gram and salt • * 3
‘ j*>f salted provisions naval stores,
bread, applos, cider, and all kinds
of barrels except dry goods and
liquors • •
of wines, and all kinds of liquor
(cider excepted) .dry goods in
casks exceoning 20 gallons, and
not over 03 gallons -
wines or liquors and dry goods
in casks under 20 gallons
of dry goods,undaHkindsofboxes
under 4 feet square
, do do over 4 feet square
. soap, candles, chocolato, cordials,
oil, and boxes of like siae
. sugar, each
ofcom, per 1000
the same us boxes,
of osnnburgs, Russia duck, bagging
of liquor or auy kind of casks, ex
ceeding 130 gallons
ss, loose, per gross •
ir pots, each
lies of pans, spades, &c. each
, per lOObnshcls
i not exceeding 600 lbs. each
exceeding.600 lbs. not exceeding
1200 lbs. - - 35
exceeding 1200 lbs. • • 60
jc of ul| xinds, per coil • 3
ip ovens with covers, and fire dogs
per pair * * • ')
, per 1p0.|bs, ,
/oftwowhccls " ’ • #
;es, of four wh eels
. wiiidsoronduli sitting chuirs, per
idoren * • -12
iwr ton • - 12
ioiis'under-600 lbs. - 25
. over 600, not over 1200 lbs 60
over 1200 lbs. • $1 00
bouses •' - 26
s, empty • • * 2
e, each •* * 25
ijohns, each • *1
,s and chests of drawers • 10
Wood, per cord • - 26
per quintal • * 2
of all descriptions (oxcept in bags)
per 100 bushels - • 26
powder, in bids, of 100 lbs. each 124
do. in half bbls. - Oi
, do. hi kegs of 28 lbs. or under 3
w " i, window, per 100 feet, iii propor-
_,u; * tion for smaller - - 4
exceeding 130 gallons of liquor
or any kind of merchandize 15
exceeding 03 und not exceeding
130 gallons . • 8
rth tile, per 1000 • 26
up, per ton • . 50
es, raw or tanned, per 100 - 60
, loose, per 100 lbs. - - 25
in bundles, each - i
ipers of Merchandize, e ach
of Potatoes, each
or Jugs, each per dozen
of paint, butter, lard, biscuit, and
such size kegs
shot and lead over 50 lbs. not over
liquors of a smaller size then 20
per 100 bushels
for plastering per 10Q0
ns,ipcr 100 bushels
. in ropes, per UK) ropes
Apples, per 100
;oes per 100 bushel
s of gin, brandy,'and all kinds ol li
quor, exceeding Oil gallons - 8
do. exceeding 130gnllons 15
er casks of wine and other liquor,
ider excepted) and dry goods in
sks exceeding 20 gallons not ex
uding 63 gallous
'sins in jars
t per 100 bushels
noheon of rum, and all
kinds of liquor in casks exceeding 63,
and not exceeding 130 gallons • 20
Irbn por ton, first and last week 60 cents,
Intervening weeks - • 25
Every other articlt tame at its wharfage,
Each bbl. or half bb. rice • 0
lllid. of tobacco or sugar - - 16
Package of indigo . *8
Bale of cotton . . -6
Each draft of light goods, under 100 lbs. 6.
do do , do over 100 lbs. 1~
do do heayy goods under 200
do do do over 200 per 100 lbs 3
For hauling up the Bluff to any part ofthe city',
articles not herein enumerated, for 1600 pounds
weight • - * 60 cents.
Under 1500 lbs and not less than 100 374
do 1000 do do do 600 25
Fora 1000 feet of Lumber $1 GO
do 1000 Bricks - • 1 60
do cord of wood • • 1 50
For every bale of cotton • 8
do bbl. of Rice - • 183
do hhd of Tobacco • * 374
do bbl of Flour - Gj
And every other article In the same proportion;
,for hauling down the Bluff, or from one wharf to
■mother exceeding 1600 lbs
Under 1600 and not less than 100 lbs
.For each bale of cotton
1 do bbl Rice
do hhd Tobacco
do bbl Floor
And every other article in the tame proper
ARRANGEMENT OF MAILS,
And regulations for the Post Office, Savan
nah, Geo, January l.«f, 1824.
. NORTHERN MAIL.
Close every day at 6 a. m. Monday exoepted.
Due do do do 01*. it. do do
By this route, a mail is made up every day, ex
cept Monday, for Cocsawhutchie, Pocataligo,
Beaufort, Jacksonboro’ and Collins’ Cross Roads
—ull of which ore closed the previous evening, at
7r. m. * ■ ~
Georgia route to Augusta und Hamburgh, de
part at 4, a. m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day, via. Tuckusecking, Jncksonboro’und Waynes
boro’ to Augusta and Hamburgh.
Due on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6
r. m. The closing of this mail, to Augusta, taki
place every Tuesday, Thursday,and Sunday, at! .
r. m. except the intermediate offices on the route,
the closing of which takes place ut 7, r. M. on the
same cvqnings. From Waynesboro’, a weekly
mail departs every Monday, ut 6, a. m. fop Birds-
ville, Louisville, Shoals ol Ogeechee and Shevir’s
Millto Fowellon. Returning due every Sunday
evening, at Wuynesboro’ ana ut Savannah every
Tuesday, at 6, r. m.
Carolina route to Augusta and Hamburgh, close
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6, a. m. und
depart with the northern moil at 6, a. m. to Puryi-
Due on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, at 6,
p. m. By this route, a mail is made up each eve
ning before its departure for Robcrtsville, Mat
thews Bluff. Lower Three Runs and Four Mile
Branch. The mail between Charleston and Ham
burgh, goes direct through Purysburgh on those
days, both up aud dowii. Separate portmanteaus
are provided for this purpose, at the offices of
Charleston and Augusta, which meet eacli other
ut Purysburgh and ure there shifted, the down to
Charleston, the up to Augusta, this supercedes the
necessity of bringing that mail to Savannah at oil,
and thus expedites it twenty-four hours.
The mails for Mllledgevillc, in Georgia, via
Lombardy, Warrcnton, Powelton, Spurtaand De-
veronux’s store; also, to Alubama, (except the
northern part) and Mississippi states, and to Che-
raw, in South Carolina, via Mount Vintage, Edge-
(field, C. H. Ridge, Leesvillo, Lexington,' C. H.
Columbia and Camden, to Chcraw, will close di
rect on the Georgia side, on Sundny and Tuesduy,
at 7, p. m. and on the Carolina side on Friday, at
The Athens mail, will also close direct on Sun-
doy and Thursday, ut 7 p. m. on the Georgia side.
By this route, packets tor the northern part of Ala
bama to Huntsville, 4*c. und West Tennessee, are
ThoCurncsville mail,via Dnrby’sDoublc Branch,
Lincolntoii, Goshen, Petersburg!!, Cook’s Office
and Elbcrton, will close direct on Thursday, at
7 r. m. on the Georgia side.
SOUTHERN OR DARIEN MAIL.
Close on Wednesday and Saturday at C, r. »t.-—
Due on Tuesday and Friday at 7. r. m. Lf this
route the St. Marys mail goes direct on Wednes
day and is due direct on Tuesday.
Due every other Wednesday at 6, r. m.—Close
evefy othcr’Tliuriday, at 8, a. m. By this route
mails are made up for Statesboro’ and Millroy, in
Bulloch county, Sv.aneshcrc’, sa Emanuel, and
for Louisville aud Greensboro’.
Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Bottles &c.
OIX Groce Porter Bottles
6 do Wino Pint do
20 barrels Glauber Salts
6 do Copperas
3 do Ground Logwood
3 do Chipt do
2 do Alum
600 Bottles American cold pressed Castor Oil
600 bottles West India do for plantation use
600 Gallons Winter Sperm Oil of Superior qual
For sale low by
LAY &. HENDRICKSON,
Chemists and Druggists
aug 13 171
Magnesia, Balm of Quito, &c.
P URE Calcined Magnesia.
Balm of Quito, Peruvian Bark
Riclls & Loriliards cut Tobacco
Fig Blue, Opium, Arrow Root, iic. he.
Silver wire Teeth Brushes
Just received and for sale by
LAY h HENDRICKSON,
No. I, Shads Buildingt, Corner of Cougrest
A fresh supply of
Congress spring Water.
T HE undersigned committee will receive pro
posals for keeping In repair the city Clock,
until the first meeting of Council in January next;
proposals for the same will be left with either of
the undersigned. GEORGE SH1CK,
J. B. GAUDRY,
J. C. HABERSHAM
' sept 19 179
Register of Debates in Congress.
A CCORDINGto an Intimation heretofore given,
there will be published at the Office of the
National Intelligencer, during the next session of
Congress, and, u encouraged by the approbation
ofthe Public, at every session thereafter, a RE
GISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS, intend-
ed to comprehends more full Report of tlie'Speech-
es on topics of general interest, in each House of
Congress,than has ever heretofore been published,
or than can be given to the Public through the or
dinary and limlt«dcliqnnel,tlie colutnnsof a news
paper. This compilation will be of the most au
thentic cast,printed with great regard to accuracy,
and in a form for durable preservation.
This undertaking is not of course intended to
substitute or supercedo the Reports of Debates for
the National Intelligencer, but rather, by with
drawing the heavy and extended Reports from its
columns, to enable the Proprietors of that Journal
to furnish, every day, in a comprehensive form,
intelligible Reports of the Proceedings and Dis
cussions in the doy preceding, on both Houses.
The “Rboistfr" is necessarily an experiment,
but it is an experiment the success of which we
see uo reason to doubt. Every one who tukes an
interest in our political history, as well as all those
who engage in the duties of political life, mtM
have felt and lamented the want of a Record pf
Debates in Congress, in a convenient form, with
indexes which might lend the enquirer to any sub
ject debated, and to the name of any one wbocn-
gaged in detiatc. Such n work would be an ele
mentary book for young politicians, and wc have
no hesitation in asserting that the possession of
suoh o one, from the commencement of the exist
ing government to this day, would be of immense
value to the uation, were it only to shew what has
heretofore been said upon questions wbicb arc
continually recurring for discussion, and produc
ing needless consumption of time by superfluous
debate. What is true of the years that have post,
will, as soon as they are gone, be equally true of
those'in which we five.
It is not only, therefore, os a vehicle of present
information, but also as a book for future reference
—as a National Political Repository and Text-Book
that we hope this work will be both useful and
From the lowness of the subscription to this
work, it will be seen that it is no part of our cal
culation to realize any present profit from it. . ~
the contrary, We shall, in all probability, lose i
nty by it for a year or two, hoping that thereafter
its established character will ensure it a sufficient
patronage to make it profitable.
GALES Si SEATON.
acs, quern and grind, each
0 Bermuda, per 100
lo large mill per puir
Ballast, and other stones, per ton
|ls uqder 200 gallons euch
over 200 do
ss of all kinds (rice excepted) over
funder 03 gallons - - o
l” j f kinds, under 4 feet square 4
do over 4 squares - - 6
i ° r cas J« exceeding 130gallons li-
or or other kinds of merchandize 16
ww Hetto, lignum vitas, and all
>c woods, nerjlon - - 26
feels per pair . . . 8
w . h eels, C4 wheelsY - 60
tin i v }P ro Mti°n to the foregoing rales,
|,L " orlielt it not to be found under its name,
1 ml! i ”" e tn w hhh it is usually contained.
°n a wharf more than two nights, to
J ct to a week’s storage unless landed on Sat-
<or any other evening immediately preceding
fnch eases'to be removed on the second
' aa} J thereafter, or be subject to storage as
per week, B cents for tbfi
last week and for each inter-
f tobacco pet week
ft or cask containing mere
• of sugar, molasses, Pipe of glm
The Post-Office is open every dny in the week
(Suiiday excepted,) from day light to 8 r. m. ant
Loiters are delivered throughout the day, except
from 2 to 3 o’clock, r. m. mid during the time of
opening and innkiugup the muils.
Persons wishing to pay postage when the office
is shut, cun enclose the money with the letter, di
rected to “The Post Muster,” und those who keep
accounts with the office, and may desire lhcsame ;
are requested to say so on an envelope.
When the mails which are due on Saturday, ar
rive too lute to be delivered that evening, the of-
fico will lie kept open on Sunday morning from
8 to « o’clock, for the delivery only of the letters,
received by those muils.
The inland postage of all letters, directed to he
sent out ofthe United States, except to the Canm
dns, must be paid when they arc left nt the office,
or tliey cannot be forwardod.
*„* Letters must be heft at the Post Office with
in the time specified, to insure going in the mail of
the day; and liewspupers half an hour before that
time. As there arc several places of the snme
name in the United States, it is necessury that the
directions should be particular; the State should
be distinguished, and when it might be doubtful
Counties. When letters, ore not for a post town
the nearest post town ought to be mentioned,
Committees of Council.
^LDERMEN Bulloch, Minis, Cumming.
STREETS AND LANES.
. Densler, Milieu, Wayne.
■ Morrison, Slilck, Gaudry.
Waring, Bulloch, Morrison.
HEALTH AND CEMETRV,
Habersham, Jackson, Waring.
— Jackson, Densler, Millcn.
■ Cumming, Minis, Wayne.
—— Milieu, Gaudry, Densler.
Shick, Gaudry, Habersham.
ENGINE8 AND FIRE BUCKETS.
Minis, Jackson, Morrison.
Harris, Jacksom Cumming.
HOOKS AND LADDERS,
— Wayne, Ilabershum, Shick.
M. MYERS, e, c.
Washington, September, 1824.
The publication of GALES h SEATON’S RE-
GI5TEROF DEBATES IN CONGRESS will
commence as soon as tiie Debates at each suc
cessive Session of Congress shall uflord materials
to fill a half sheet, (8 pages.)
The work will be printed in the octavo form, on
super royal paper, made for the purpose, and or
brevier type,iu double columns—each pugecom
arising nearly as much matter as one of the co-
umns of the National Intelligencer.
It will contain as full and accurate Reports as
can be obtained of all Debates on main questions,
and of nil interesting Debates on incidental ques
tions; with an Appendix, containing a list ot the
Members of each House, the Yeus and Nays in
each House on questions which have been the
subject of Debate, such Documents, connected
with the subjects of Debate, as muy be deemed
essentiui to enable the reader to comprehend
them, and proper indexes to the whole.
The Debates ofthe next Session, it is computed,
will, with the Appendix, make a volume of five
hundred pages, at least, and will be furnished to
subscribers through the Post Office, in sheets, as
published, (or reserved at this Office, at the sub
scriber’s option,) at three dollars for the vol
ume, be it more or less, to be paid in advance in ull
cases of transmission beyond the limitsofthe city
The sheets will be transmitted as completed
without regard to any particular days, ns the pub
lication must of course be regulated by the prepar
ation of the matter of which it is to be composed.
The subscription w ill in no case, unless within
the city, and not then unless specially indicated,
be understood to extend beyond the volume ac
tually paid for in udvancc.
To non-subscribers the price will be roun dol
tors, boundin boards,forthe volume now unnounc-
The Debates of the Session of Congress follow-
ing the next, and of the first Session of every Con
gress, will, it is supposed, fill about one thousand
pages, or perhaps more, making one very large
volume, or two of a handsome size—the first Ses
sion of euch Congress being nearly double the du
ration of the second. The price of the Register
for the first Session of each Congress, bo its con
tents more or less than 1000 pages, will be fixed at
five dollars to subscribers, and six to non-subscri
Oct 12 188
Ten Dollars Reward.
R UNAWAY from the subscriber about the first
of tbe present month, my mulatto negro wo
man PEGGY. She Is 25 years of age, about 6
foot 6 inches high, square built, when spoken to
talks very quick, bends much forward when she
Walks; site is very artful and sensible, and no
doubt will endeavor to pass as a free Woman. The
above reward and all expences paid for her de
livery to me in Greensboro’, or $10 if secured ip
any jail in this state so that I can get her.
Y. P. KING.
(CF The Editors of the Augusta Chionlele and
Savannah Republican, are requested to give the
above two insertions and forward their accounts.
Y. P. K.
oct 12 188
STATE OF NEW-YORK.
COLLEGTi OFPHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
CItt of New-York, Aug. 26th, 1824.
T HE College of Physicians and Surgeons will
commence their Course of Lectures, for the
nsulng session, on the first Monday of November
lext, (the 2d,) at the College in Barclay-strect.
Dr. Hosack, on the Theory aad Practice of
Physic,and Clinical Medicine.
Dr. Macneven, on Chemistry.
Dr. Mitchell, on Botany and Materia Mediea.
Dr. Post, on Anatomy.
Dr. Morr, on Surgery.
Dr. Francis, on Obstetrics and the Diseases of
Women and Children.
The Board of Trustees hereby make it known,
that, in conformity with the ordinances of the
Honorable the Regents of the University, and the
laws of file State of New York, every Student is
to attend two full courses of the Lectures
I in this College before he can be admit
candidate for the Doctorate; unless suid
it shall have previously attended Lectures in
allege prior to the session of 1822-3, or shall
Imvc attended an entire Course of Lectures deliv
ered in some respectable School or University.
The Candidate must, also, have studied Medicine
three years with Como respectable praclictioner,
have arrived at the age of twenty-one years, and
it is expected that ho produce written testimony ill
relation to those sovcral points.
The Matriculation Ticket is live dollars, which
entitles the holder to the use ofthe College Library
for the year.
WRIGHT POST, M.D. President.
JOHN W. FRANCIS,M.D. Registrar.
T O revive, amend and continue in force an
act entitled an act, to extend to time of ta
king out grants on surveys made on head rights
and bounty warrants.
Be it enacted by the Sennle and House of Re
presentatives of the state of Georgia, in General
Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the
authority of the same, That where any person or
lersons have heretofore had surveys made on
tcud rights'thereon Imvc not been obtained, it
shall and may be lawful for such person or per
sons to apply for and obtain such grant or grants,
at any time previous to tho 25lli of October,
1824, on payment of the usual feus.
Sec 2 And be it further enacted by the author
ity aforesaid, Thut where any surveys have here
tofore been inado on head rights or bounty war-
rents, and grants thereon havu not been obtained,
such land snail not be subject to a resurvey un
til three months from and after the person or
lersons claiming under the original survey shall
mve been notified that such rc-survey is intend
ed to be made, and-lhat in all cases, the persons
claiming under the original survey, shall be en
titled to the preference of making such rc-sur
vey, until the expiration of three niuntbs from
the timq of such notification; and in the event of
there being ho claimant residing on or near the
land to be thus rc4irveyed, such notiee shall be
lcrfected by giving three months notice by pub
ic advertisement, at the Court House of the
county where such land mny lie, aijd in one of
Hie public Gazettes of this State.
Sec 3 And be it further enacted, That it shall
be tiie duty of all surveyors who shall moke any
such re-survey, to certify on his return to tiie sur
veyor General, that due notice according to tiie
provisions of this act hud been given, and no
grant obtained on such re-survey shall be varied,
unless aocotnpaniod witli such certificate : Pro
vided, nothing in this act shall affect tiie rights of
orphans or persons under the ago of 21 years,
and that all such persons shall be uliowed one
year after they arrive ut the age of 21 years to
take ont their grunts.
Sec 4 And be it further enacted, That it shall
be tho duty of the Governor to cause this act to
bo published in one of tiie newspapers in Mil-
Icdgeviiie, Augusta and Savannah, once in each
month, until the expiration ofthe time appointed
by the same for taking out grants.
Sec 5 And be it further enacted, that all laws,
and parts of laws militating against this act be
and the sume are hereby repealed.
Speaker of tho house of representatives
President of tiie Senate.
Assented to Dec. 21823.
G. M. TROUP,
La Fayette Hats.
THE subscriber has just received per
ships Cotton Plant,Empcrorund other
arrivals, part of his fall supply of Hals
4 coses gentlemen’s beaver La Fayette Hats
Gentlemen's fine and super, elastic water proof
do castor do
do imitation beaver do
do rorain dp
which arc offered on the most accommodating
terms for cash or upproved putter.
.1. H. M'KENZIE,
pt 21 180 North side Market-square.
/JAA pieces first quality 42 incli Russia hemp
UUU Cotton Bagging, for sale by
pt 18 l!79 Hunter's Buildings.
M R. WILLIAM TURNER, having assigned to
the subscribers all his stock in trade, debts,
4-c. in behoof of his creditors generally, it is re
quested that those indebted make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims will please render
them to Mr. Thomas* Miller, who is appointed
their agent to dispose of the stock, which com
prises a general assortment of
Seasonable Dry Goods,
and which will be sold, wholesale or retail at ver
ry reduced prices, for cash only.
JOHN H. REID,
Assignees of Wm Turner.
npril 14 86
T HE stock of DRY GOODS, which former!
belonged to Mr. William Turner, Is now sc!
ling off ut prices much under cost.
april 16 88 .
ttTThe foregoing to be published monthly, un
til Now. next, in the “ Constitutionalist’ 1 and
General Drug,Chemical AFamily
Medicine Ware House.
LAY 4- HENDRICKSON,
Wholesale and Retail Cheinists.and Druggists
No. 1. Shad’s Buildings, Corner of Congress and
Whitaker Streets, Savannah.
H AVE constantly oil hand a very general as
DYE 8TUFF8 AND PAINTS,
PERFUMERY, 4’C- 4’ C *
A great variety of Apathecaries Glass Ware such
as wide and narrow mouth bottles, from 1 gallon
to one ounce,composition and glass mortars, glass
latnpsand lamp glasses, smeltings bottles, gradua
ted measures, Apothecaries vjuls white and green
Surgeons Instruments—Pocket sets, turnkeys,
trusses, spring and thumb lances, forceps, satalas,
bougies, catheters, scales and weights, <yc- 4*c.
Patent Medicines—of every description, viz;
Scidlitz and Soda Powders, balm of Quito, colcin
cd magnesia, Lees, Andersons, and Hoopers Pills,
Swaiins Panacea, Balsam Honey, Batemans ant
Churches Cough Drops, Itch ointment, fyc.
All of which ore offered for sale on the most
liberal terms for cash or credit.
07 L. &• H. Having enlarged their Establish
meet and having made such arrangements as to
be continually receiving a fresh supply pf goods,
flatter themselves that none of the kiudiu this city,
can offer greater inducements to dealers. The
Merchant, the Planter, and the Physician, can
here be supplied with almost even* article in the
Drug line, us their assortment will be foundexten
sive and ofthe best quality, under no coiisidera
lion whatever will the sale of impure or adultera
led articles be promoted. The utmost care wilt
be used in the selection of goad Medicines and
will be sold at a moderate profit. It is upon these
principles alone thatthey will endeavpr to secure
patronage. All orders promptly executed.
Tiie Georgia Patriot, and Darien Gazette, will
please to give this advertisement six insertionsand
toward their bills for payment,
sept 28 182
■y^ILL be found in future at his office over
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, )
DISTRICT OF GEORGIA. <
Calvin jiaker, and Moses Herbert 1
Schooner MurthaForbes and f Monition.
To the Marsha! of the District of Georgia—
greeting :— ,
L. S. GEO. GLEN', Clerk.
W HEREAS a libel hath been exhibitedin be
half of Calvin Baker and Moses Herbert in
the District Court of the United States, for the
District of Georgia, alledging and propounding
that the schooner Vexation, commanded by one
Lee, fitted and sent out by the said libel
lants at the Port of Savannah; to go in search of
vessels in distress, did fall in with a certain schoon
er called the Martha Forbes, in a state of great
distress and having no living person on board, la
den with a cargo of dry goods, and groceries ;
which schooner called the Martha Forbes, run on
shore on Cumberland Beach, in the District afore
said: And whereas it lias been ordered, that all
persons having or pretending to have, any right,
title, or interest, of, in or to tiie said Schooner,
licr tackle and apparel, and the cargo laden on
board of her, be cited to be, and appear at the
Court House in the City of Savannah, on the twen
ty-sixth day of October, to shew cause, if any they
have, or can, why a decree should not pass as
j rayed by the said libel. You are therefore hcre-
jy authorized, iinpowered, and strictly enjoined
to cite and admonish all persons, what ever, having,
or pretending to have, any right, title, interest,- or
claim in, or to thesRid schooner, her tackle, appa
rel, and furniture, and the cargo laden on board of
her, to he, and appear, at the time and place,afore
said; and also to uttend upon every sesfon and ses
sions to be held thefe and from there until a defi-
uitivesentence shall bo read and promulgated in
the said business inclusively, if any of them shall
think it their duty so to do, to hear ubido by and
perform all and singular such judicial acts as are
necessary' and by law required to be done and ex
pedited in the premises; and further to do and re
ceive whatuntolawandjustice shall and appertain,
under the pain of the law and contempt thereof,
the ubsence and contumacy of them and every of
them in any wise notwithstanding: And whatsoe*
ver you shall so do in the premises you shall duly
certify to the Court aforesaid, at the time aud
said Court this first day of October one thousand
eight hundred and twenty-four-
J, Si PELOT,.
Proctor pro. lib
Alt partiekinterCsted will take due notice.
JOHN H- MQBfBLi m; l
oct 8 184
the countihg room of Calvin Baker.
sept 18 179
H AS just finished and offers for sale, an eight
oared CANOE BOAT, 25 feet by 4 feet 3
incites, which he enn recommend to those who
wish a boat for quick passage.
F. E. TEBEAU.
july 22 154
mHE subscriber’s health being now sufficient
.L to attend to business, solicits from bis friends
their patronage in the notarial business.
sep 18 m179
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V The different newspapers in this state, will
please give the foregoing an insertion.
Milledgeville, August 30.
sept 28 182 v
J. Shinn’s Panacea.
T HE subscriber, having discovered the com
position of SwAia’s celebrated Panneen,
has now a supply oil hand for sale—he lias redii
ced the price from $3 60 to $2 60, or by the do
All charitable institutions in the United States,
and the poor will beSupplied gratis.
If the citizens of tho principal cities and towns
will appoint an agoit to order and distribute this
Medicine to the poor, it will be supplied.
This Medicine is celebrated for the cure of the
following diseases *. Scorfula or King’s Evil, Ul
cerated or Putrid Sore Throat, long stnnding
Rheumatic affections, Cutaneous Diseases, White
Swelliqg and Diseases of the Bones, and all cas
es generally of an Ulcerous character, and Chro
nic Diseases, generally arising in debilitated con
stitutions, but more especially from Syphilis or
affections arising therefrom; Ulcers in the larynx,
4’C. and the dreadful diseases occasioned by a
long and excessive use of Mercury, fyc. It is al
so used in Diseases of the Liver.
I have within tho last two years had an oppor
tunity of seeing several cases of very inveterate
Ulcers, which having resisted previously tiie re
gular modes of treatment, were licaJcd by the use
of Mr. Swaim’s Panacea, and I do believe, frbtn
wbat l have seen, that it will prove an important
remedy in Scrofulous, Venereal and Mercurial
diseases. N. CHAPMAN, M. D.
Professor of the Institutes and Practice of Physic,
in the University of Pennsylvania.
I have employed the Panacea of Mr. Swaim in
numerous instances, within tho lost three years,
aud have always found it extremely efficacious
especially in sceondary Syphilis, and Mercurial
Diseases. 1 have no hesitation in pronouncing it
a Medicine of inestimable value.
W. GIBSON, M. D.
Professor of Surgery to the University af Penn.
JOHN SHINN, Chemist.
Philadelphia, Nov. 17, 1823.
Each publisher of a newspaper in the U. States,
is requested to publish this advertisement once u
mouth, for one year, und send their accounts for
SHINN'S PAN ACEAi
I have been labouring under a disease for along
lime, us swelling in the bones, loss of appetite, loss
of flesh and loss of sleep. Noticing an advertise-
ment of Swaim’s Panacea, to be a cure for the
above disease, 1 got some by paying the cash lor
it, and found ngreat benefit by it. Buthavingno-
thing but my labor to depen il on for a living, and
not being able to work for a longtime, got so that
I was not able to pay for it. Some months after
this, I heard of a Mr. Shinn’s having made a Pa
nacea, stated to be tlip same os Mr. Swaim’s, l'ap-
plied to him and stated my cose and circumstances
and found him disposed to benefit me. He gave
me the medicine freely, and said I might pay lor it
whenever I got able ; "and I found, by taking the
same quantity, as much benefit by it as by Mr.
I have given tills certificate for the benefit of
others that should stand in need of Shinn’s Puna-
a, and consider it a very valuable medicine.
Duke-street nenr Front, Northern Liberties-.
Philaddlpbia, April 20,1824.
Philadelphia, April Hi, 182-4.
I certify that I have been for tnuny years nlllict
ed with rheumatism. Above five years ago, I
was attended by a respectable Physician of this
citjr, who put me under a course of mercury, since
which time I have been worse ; my disorder Iiuv
ing been accompanied by severe painsthroughmy
whole system. And last winter my right leg was
much swelled, and so much contracted, unit 1
could scarcely put my toes to the ground,and wus
obliged lo walk with a crutch. In February lust
1 bought soma of J. Shinn’s I’unacea, aud after
taking three bottles, find thut I am free from pain,
and that iny leg is restored to its natural use.
1 am induced to make this public for the benefit
of the alllictcd.
CIIAS. B ARIAS.
Philadelphia, April 17, 1823.
This will certify thut my son, Johh Humes, aged
40 years, was confined last winter in the Alms
house in this city, with rheumatism in his shoul
ders and arms. 1 applied to J. Shinn for some of
his l’anaceq, and obtained one bottle, which en
tirely removed his compluint. He has removed
to tiie country, otherwise he would have signed
ANN C. x HUMES,
Philadelphia, March 10th, 152*1;
I certify, for the benefit ofthe uffiicted, that f
have been, for seven years last past, afflicted with
the liver complaint, during which time 1 have been
attended by several physicians, but received no
permanent benefit. Hearing of Mr. Swaim’s Pa
nacea, I applied to him for some of it; being poor
and unable to pay for it at the time, for it af the
could not obtain any. I next applied to J. Shiou,
androceivcdsome ofhis Panacea,which greatly be-
nefitted me. The pain and soreness of my side was
removed, and I Was again able to Work at my trade.
German Street, Southwark.
_ This is to certify,timt my apprentice boyJ. Mor
rison, aged 18 years, lias been several years afflic
ted with the King’s evil, utiended with an exten-
M '■* a,
JJPPQP # rt an
entire and complete oure, and he. is now .in good
health, and able to work at his trade.
Front street, above Poplur lane.
This is to certify, that on the 16th of April, the
above named John Morrison appeared before me,
and on examination, do believe the facts, as rtulcd
in the above certificate, are just and true.
Justice of the Peace, Philadelphia county.
I certify, that I have been afflicted with rheuma
tism in my shoulder for three years, from which I
have been relieved by tuking a few bottles of J.
JAMES DOUGLASS, of thd
G EORGIA, Chatham County.—Whereas Mar
tha Wilkins, of Chatham county, Spinster,
has applied to the honorable the Justices of the
Inferior Court of Chatham County aoting as a
Court of Ordinary for letters of guardianship on
the person and property of Elizabeth Joanna
Yongo an orphan undereleven years of age, Ihc
daughter of William C Yonge, deceased.
Now these are therefore to cite and admonish
all persons interested in the Welfare of the said
orphan to file their objections, jf any they have
to the granting of letters of guardianship aforesaid,
place'aforesoid, together with these presents. in the Clerk’s Office of the Court of Ordinary, on
Witnes the Hon. Jeremiah Cuyler, Judge of the or before the. first Monday in November next, o-
therwise letters of guardianship will be granted to
Witness the hon. JohnP. Williamson one ofthe
Justices of the Inferior Court of said County, this
second day of October, 1824.
B. MvBQND, c-c. o
Just received per ship Florida, the celebrated
PANACEA, prepared by John Shinn, Chemist,
Philadelphia, who has appointed tiie subscriber
agentfor Savannah andits vicinity. The Panacea
will be sold at the reduced price of $2 60 cents
per bottle, or $24 per dozen.
WM. C. CUTHBERT, Agent.' 1 . ;
Chatham Superior Court.
May Term, 182-1.
EORGE Johnston and others, cornplaimuils
'VT vs Peter Vunburgh Livingston und others,
defendants, in equity in the Superior court, of
Chatham county, May term, 1824,
It appearing to the Court by affidavit that Pe
ter Vanburgh Livingston and Harriet E. Living,
ston, who are parties defendant reside beyond ti o
state ofGeorgia, and within the United States on
motion of complainants solicitor, it is ordered that
the said defendant do respectively appear and an
swer the complaints bill within lour months from
he date of this rule. And is further ordered that
this rule be published once a week during four
tpontbsfrom this date in one of tho public Gazettes
Extract from the Minutes.
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