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COUNTRY PAPER SIX DOLtARS PER ANNUM.
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THURSDAY i'.VENMG, October 21, 1824.
/BOARD OF HEALTH,
he Board is happy to state, that tl _
t in a perfectly healthy conditii
No deaths nave occurred sincetho last report.
By order of tho Chairman,
'a'- I. K. TEFFT,Scc'ry.
Savannah, October 20,1824.
We learn from the most unquestionable
authority, has frequently expressed his in
tention of visiting Savannah.
STORE BREAKING.—The upper
part of the store of Mr L. P^tty, under
the bluff, was broken, open last night, but
fortunately, only heavy goods were stored
there, and the robbers got disap
pointed of their booty. The door was
forced open by means of some heavy in
strument, probably a crowbar, the bolt
of the lock being much bent, and the wood
part split. An attempt was also made to
force open one of the shutters of die lower
part of the store in two places, but with
FROM MARTINIQUE,—We learn
from Copt. Beai'rni’.uf, of the French
brig Eliza, arrived last evening from
Fort Royal, that there was but little dam
age done at that place-by the late gale.—
At St. Pierres, the brig Neutrality, of Sa
lem, Mass, and six drogers were entirely
At the island of Gnudaloupc, two Fr.
government schooners were lost, and their
A French sloop of war of 22 guns, and
four government schooners were at Fort
Royal when the Eliza sailed.
Crops in Ntpth Carolina.—The corn
crops are said to be good in the vicinity of
Salisbury; the cotton is very much injured,
uni not more than half a crop is expected
-to be made.
Thee was" two death by yellow fever in
Charleston On the 16th inst.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12,
Let this day, On which we are to receive
in the Capitol the G uest of the American
People, be sacred to harmony, gratitude,
and unmixed pleasure!
Never was there, on any occasion t a
more emphatically spontaneous popular
movement, than that which the visit of the
General Lafayette has produced. There
is nothing in history which can compare
with it. All hearts are.moved by the some
impulse; there is but one mind among a
"People of Ten Millions.
It is needless for us to offer to the wel
come Guest the expression of our feelings
on this occasion. They are in ftill accord
with those of the whole country.
The arrangements for the reception of
General Lafayette remain unchanged.
He arrived at Rossburg last night from
Baltimore, and passed the night there.
He will pass the District line about 10 o’
clock, and will reach the Capitol, we pre
sume, between 11 and 12 o’clock. After
heini? there received, with due honor by
the City Authorities, he will he conducted
by them to the residence of the Presipent,
from whom his reception will be as cor
dial as that which he has received from
any of hi3 fellow citizens.—Nat. Int.
lienn principles, that ho portion, either of
her diplonatic corps, or of any subordin
ate brancSsgaf her public service, would
venture to give umbrage to thr, powers that
ir.'tfy taking partin the approaching fes
tival in honour of La Fayette, yet that no
thing might be omitted in showing our
grateful respect to the French nation ns
well as to the most illustrious of her sons,
we learn that invitations have been for
warding, expressed in the most polite and
ddlicate terms, for the French officers of
the squadron now in Hampton Roads, to
attend the celebration at York on the 19th
inst. They have declined—they cannot
come—the squadrsn must sail between the
lothandHOth instant» Such is the amount
of the answer which has been deceived to
the invitation from tho Admiral, ns we
have been informed.—Richmond Paper.
The result of the- general election is
nffich more favourable to the success of
Mr Crawford, in the electoral vote of Geor
gia, than even his most gnnguinc friends
tiad calculated. We are now convinced
no opposition ticket will be organized.
The minority, in the agony of dispair and
the convulsive throes of keen mortification,
occaaionnally lifts its gasping head, and in
the hickup of death, blubbers out the name
of 4 Jackson.'—Athnes Ccntinel
Tho general election in the state of Del
aware took place on Tuesday last.—Lou
ts M'Lane, the present representative in
Congress from that state, is re-elected by
majority of 291.—In New Castle county
the democratic ticket for the legislature
has succeeded; in Kent the federal ticket,
"frith one exception, and in Sussex, the
whole federal ticket. The legislature of
that state choose the electors of president
and,vice president. “ With regard to the
presidency (says the Delaware Gazette)
the vote of this state may now be safely
dulculated on for Mr CRAWFORD.
Col. Francs K. Huger, of S. Carolina,
the patriot who so nobly attempted to
liberate Lafayette from the dungeons of
Olmutz, honored this city with n visit dur
ing the last week. He brought letters
from Gen. Lafayette to the Mayor.
Boston Ccntinel, 6th inst.
SALISBURY, (N. C.) Oct. 12.
Orders having been issued by Gov.
Holmes, tlirough Adjutant General Dan
iel, to the Brig. Gen. of the 11th Brig
ade of North-Carolina, militia, for a quo
ta from hisbrigade, to join the escort which
will attend Gen. La Fayette through
this Stntg, the regiment of Cavalry be
longing to Mecklenburg and Cabarrus
counties being on duty at Concord when
the orders arrived, eighteen men there
from immediately volunteered their ser
vices to go to Fayetteville for the above
purposes Among these volunteers, was
the Brig. Gen. and most of the officers of
the Regiment. An ebetipn was then held
for officers to -command the detachment
when Col. Thomas G. Polk (the late com
mander of the Regiment) was unanimous
ly selected as captain; Lieut. Col. James
A. Means as 1st lieutenant; Col. Rob
inson as 2d lieutenant; and Maj. Parks
ns cornet. It is believed that, by the
time the detachment marches for FayettC'
ville, the number will be increased to one
hundred. This corps-willnumber, among
its members, the bravest and most respec
table citizens of Mecklenburg and Cabar
rus counties. Rank, fortune, and patriot
ism, combine to render the detachment
'•3pno peculiarly worthy of the service for
w hich it is destined. We may venture to
'affirm, that the illustrious Guest qf the Na
tion, the benefactor of America, La Fay-
will, no where in the U. States,
have seen a body of citizens soldiers \rhose
intelligence, discipline, and gentlemanly
deportment, can exceed that- of this de
tach uent.—Western Carolinian.
The French Squadron in Hampton
Fuads.'—-Although it might have been an
ticipated frorn the political attitude which
France has arsumed, in relation to repub-
removal, whereupon tho clerk shall obtain
from the Mayor, and in his nbsSfce, the
Clminunn a certificate on the back of such
.license, specifying tho removal of and
For granting License to persons for re
tailing spiritous liqtlcrs or vending goods,
wares and merchandize, in the Streets,
Lanes, Squares or alleys within the limits
of the City of Savannah and the Hamlets
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Savannah in
Council assembled, and it is hereby or
dained by the authority of the same, that
all applications forTiceirse to.retail spirit-
ous or malt liquors within the limits of the
city of Savannah and Hamlets thereof,
shall be in writing, and addressed to the
Mayor, and which application shall con
tain the names of two or more surities and
upon such application the Mayor is hereby
authorised if he deems proper,at all times,
upon the applicant giving bond, with two
or. more surities to be approved of by him
in the sum of two hundred dollars, Condi
tioned for the due observance of the ordi
nances of the city to grant the license re
quired—-and should the Mayor upon such
application refuse to grant a license, the
applicant shall have the privilege of ap
pealing from the decision of the Mayor, to
Cotmcil—the said license bot to continue in
force for a longer term than one year.
Sec. 2, Be it further ordained by the
Authority aforesaid that it shall not be
lawful for the Mayor to grant any licenses
to retail spiritous liquors of any discrip-
tion or to vend goods, wares or merchan-
■ -dise in any street,, lane, sqare, alley, lot,
or wharf within the limits of the city of
Savannah and Hamlets thereof to any
persons elected to any office under the cor
poration (Port Wardens excepted.)
, Sec. 3. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that it‘shall be the du
ty of the Treasurer, to make a fair ancLjust
entry in a book-to be kept by him for that
pur peso of the names and places of abode
of all such persons, as shall have taken
out license, and also of the sums of money
and the names of the surities who have been
received for the same, and lay a statement
of the said persons to whom Licences have
been granted, together with the sums re
ceived for the same and the names of the
securities so taken before Council once in
each month or more frequently if so re
quired to do.
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained by the au-
thprity aforesaid, that the form of the li
cense to be granted by the Mayor shall be
as follows viz: “This is to certify that
has given bond and security according to
the ordinance of the city for two hundred
dollars, for his faithful compliance with
the laws of the State, and the ordinance of
the city, which now are and which may be
enacted, and of force in this state and city
respecting taverns, punch houses, and re
tailers of spiritous liq jors so far as the
same relate to the city of Savannah and
the hamlets thereof, therefore the said
is hereby authorised to retail in the
house where he now resides, street
ward arid in no other place what
ever in Savannah, from the •—*- day of
—— in the year of our Lord, one thousand
eight hundred and — , until the
dayof ■ next ensuing.
Given under ray hand and the seal of
the city the day and year first above men
c. c. Mayor.
Sec. 5. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid that it shall not be
lawful for any person having obtained
licence fo retail spiritous liquors in more
places that! one, under- the penalty of
sum not excoedir _
other place than the oj
license without first 1 '
to the clerk jof-Cc
dollars, or in any
’of his, ]
tion of the time for which the sgpfri were
granted, or to return them for a certificate
m case of removal ns bofore required, he,
she, or they so offending shall forfeit and
pay a sum not exceeding thirty dollars.
Sec. 6. Be it further ordained by the au
thority aforesaid, that if any person or
persons shall sell to any purchaser of li
quors three gallons, or upwards, and de
liver the same in small quantities and at
difftmAneriods of times, he, she, or they
conviBwN of delivering a less quantity at
any one time than three gallons, shall be
fined in u sum not exceeding thirty dol
Sec. 7. Be it further ordained by the au
thority aforesaid, that every person, hav
ing taken out a license for the retailing of
spiritous liquors, shall have plainly paint
ed in letters not less than three inches in
length on some conspicuous place over the
door, on the outside of the shop, or house,
and fronting the street, lane, or square
wherein the spiritous liquors arc sold, the
name at length of the person, so licensed
together with the following words, “Li
censed to retail spiritous liquors” and each
and every person or persons violating this
section of the ordinance shall be fined for
each week after the expiration of ten days
from the time of haring taken out his, her,
or their license, in a sum not exceeding 30
See. 8. Bo it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that if there shall be
found in tho shops or enclosure of any
retailer of spiritious liquors within this
city after drum heat at night any person or
persons of colour,.not the projicrty of the
owner of the said shop or retailer of the
said liquors, and who nave not been sent
there by their owner or guardians and who
have not a written ticket to tlmt effect, the
person or persons so harbouring or enter
taining such persons of colour shall be
fined in a sum not exceeding thirty dollars
—and the marshal, city watch, «k consta
bles arc hereby authorised to enter the
premises where such persons of colour arc
! larbourcd and commit them to the common
jail from which they shall not be dischar
ged until they have paid the expcncc.of
Sec. 9. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that it shall not be
lawfnl for the Mayor to grant any license
to any person or persons who arc new or
who heretofore may have retailed liqudrs
without a license until the applicant shall
have paid into the city Treasury, the a-
mount due the corporation for the time he
so retailed without a license at the rate of
thirty five dollars per annum.
Sec. 10. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforefaid, that ftom and immedi
ately after the passing of this ordinance,
there shall be paid to the Treasurer of the
city of Savannah and hamlets thereof by
each retailer of spiritious or malt liquors the
sum of thirty five dollars for each license.
Sec. 11. B©*it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid that it shnll not be
lawful for any persen or persons to ped
dle or vend any goods wares or merchan
dize in any street square lane, or alley in
this city until the person so vending such
goods wares and merchandize shall have
obtained from the Mayor in the manner
heretofore pointed out for obtaining licen
ses for retailing of liquors, a license for
that purpose and which license shall con
tinue in force for one year and no longer
and at the time of receiving such licese he
she or they shall pay to the City Treasury
the sum of fifty dollars.
Sec. 12. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid that if any person or
persons shall expose or offer for sale, or
vend any goods wares or merchandise in
any street lane square wharf, improved
lot, or alley in this city without having
previously obtained such license he she or
they shall be fined in a sum not excced-
ingtbirty dolls, for each and every offence
Sec. 13. Be it further, ordained by the
authority aforesaid that it shall not be
lawful for any peddler or vender of doods
wares and merchandize as aforesnid to
occupy with tables, benches or any other
thing pcrmanantly, any part of the streets,
squares, lanes, alleys, or wharves or to
spread his, her or their articles of mer
chandize on the ground—and every per
son, or persons violating this section shall
be fined for each offence in a sum not ex
ceeding thirty dollars
Sec. 14. Be is further ordained by the
authority aforesaid that all licenses here
tofore granted, be and the same are hereby
Sec. 15. Be it further ordained by the
anthority aforesaid that all fines and pen
alties imposed by this ordinance shall be
levied and recovered in the Usual manner
and applied as follows, viz: one half to the
use of the informer and the other half to
the use of the city.
Sec. 16. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that, “ an ordinance
for granting License to persons Keeping
Billird Tables or retailing spiritous liquors
within the limits of the city of Savannah
and hamlets thereof, and for other pur
poses mentioned” and the several ordin
ance, amendatory of the same, and 44 an
ordinance to oblige persons Keeping an
Equality or E. O. Tables or other instru
ments of similar construction used or in
tended for the purpose of gambling to take
out license for the same and for other pur
poses therein mentioned” and 44 an ordin-
Hamlets thereof, nit being duly licensed
according to the tenor of this ordinance,
shall at any time keep a tavern, inn, ordi
nary, punch houso, porter house, ale or
beer house or shall retail any wine, bran
dy, rum, gin, porter, beer, cider, punch,
spiritous liquors or strong drink under any
name whatsoever, in any quantity less
than ib .ee gallon^ lie she or they so of
fending 1 , and being thereof convicted be
fore tho City Council, shall forfeit and pay
a sum not exceeding thirty dollars for each
and every offence.
Passed in Council 16th Oct. 1824.
WM. C. DANIELL, Mayor.
Attest, M. Myers, c. c.
In Schenectady, N. Y. on the 17th of Sept, last
r the Rev. Mr. Montelth, the Rev. Alexander II.
’f.bster, of Washington, Wilkes County, to Miss
Eliza Henderson, of the former place.
At New York, on the 11th inst. Mr. Jonathan
B attelle, one of the Editors of tho Mobile Re-
ister, formerly a merchant of Savannah, aged a-
out 34 years.
In England, Thomas Barton, Esq. aged 72. It
is suid in the English papers, that at his death a
hymn was sung inhischamberby aspirit or angel!
On the 6th inst. at Milton Ilill,near Boston, R.
Bennett Forbes, Esq. Prussian Consul for the
On the 9th Inst, at Middletown, Md. Mr.THOsrtk
Dunn, Sergeant-at-arms of the House of Represent
tutives of the United States.
ance to compel peddlers within the city of
Savannah to take out licenses and for im
posing restrictions relative to them” be
and the same are hereby repealed.
Sec. 17. Be it ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the City of Savannah in
Council assembled, and it is hereby order
ed by the authority of the same, that from
and immediately after the passing of this
ce ordinance, if any person or persons within
1 the limits of the City of Savannah, or
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
PLAINS AND BLANKETS.
T HE Subscribers have received by the late ar
rivals from New-York and Liverpool, their
W FALL SUP PLY,
<1-4 and 9-4 London Duflla Blankets
0-4 and 14-4 Rose Blankets
White, Mixt und Blue Plains, vory low
6-4 Blue and Mixt Cloths for servants
Fine White Welsh Flannels
Do White, Blue and Red Yorkshire
Very line Scarlet Cloths and Cassimeros
Superfine Cloths, Cassimeros and Sattinet
Bombazoens and Bombaeetts
4-4 nnd 0-4 Black, White and Pink
Caroline Plaids and SalisburyfFlan
Linen and Cotton Bed Tick
i 4-4 ond 8-4 Counterpanes and Quilts
Fino Printod Counterpanes, a new article
Fnrnituro nnd Garment Dimity
Printed Cnmbrick and Furniture Chintz
Fine Irish Linen and Shooting
Linen Cambric and do Hnndkerchiefs
Rich Shaded nnd Figured S|ilks
Baruge and Colored Florence
Barege Scarfs nnd Handkerchiefs
Rich Cashmere Scarfs, Shawls and Hand
Boblnett Veils Rnd Thread Laces
4-4 and 0-4 Plain and Fig. Bobinetts
do do Cambric and Jaconctts
do do Nainsook and Book Muslin
do do Real India Jaconetts und Mull
Flounce Robes and Inserting Trimming
Rich Ball Dresses and Head Ornaments
Silk, Cotton and Worsted Hose of all des*
With sundry other articles, too numerous to men
tion, all of which will be sold on the most accom
modating terms, by
WM. 4- H- ROSE
Athens, l2thOct. 1821
P URSUANT to a Resolution of the Ssm
Academicus of 1820, tho President of
Unlvorstty of Georgia requests the Senators el
in tho so vend counties of this State, to rcbort
on the condition of their County academics ‘
Tho Senatus Acadomicus will convene in
Senate Chamber on tho 2d Monday in Novci
next, where the reports will bo received. •
By order of the President of tho Unlv»i
A. HULL, Scc’rv
ID* The Georgia Journal, Augusta Chronf.-
and Savannah Republican, will please insert
above till 1st of Novombpr. ’ 4 ,
oct 20 192 41,1
BriglEliza, (of Havre de Grace) Burnenf, master,
Martinique, 22 days, ballast and specie to Bul
loch it Uunwody.
Brig Italia, Brown, Providence, 9 duys, to O
Tuft, P Hill, J B Richmond, and the master. Pas
senger, Mr. Richmond. Left ship Rising States,
ready for sen.
Pilot Bout Richard Nelson, Pitcher, N. York, 8
days, to T Bradley k co.—Tim ship Lady GaJIutin,
was to have sailed next day (With) and Louisa Ma
tilda, 15th inst.
Sloop Gold Huntress, Sheldon, Providence, 8
days, with merchandise, to P Hill, Henry fe Turn
er, II Blnir, J F Phillips, Pcckham fe Brown, J C
Whiting, nnd to order. Passengers,A Turner, nnd
lady, J F Philips, indy nnd daughter, W Bowen
ana lady, Messrs. H Blair, J A Clenvelund, J C
Whiting, P Peckhnm, S Henry, P Bowen, B E
Jones, S Turner, J Harrington, L Lawrence, and
R M'Donaid—O11 tho 16th inst. offllattoras, pass
ed the floating light, all well on board, supplied
her with apples and caobugo.
Stoop Herald, Ilcnth, N. York, 9 days, to the
master and others. Passengers, C Cannon ond lu-
dy, M Woodworth and ludy, Messrs. J V Bcvun,
Toe, Stamford, und 15 others.
Sloop Rapid, Jones, Baltimore, 7 days, to the
master. Off Hattcras lost her boat.
Sloop Mechanic, for Baltimore.
The Steam Boat Edgefield, fm Hamburg for
Charleston, passed down the river this forenoon.
The ship Clifford Wavne, was passed going into
New-York on the 12th inst. by tho schr. Richard
The brig Hope, Clark, suited from Boston for
tWs port, on the 7th inst.
The Packet sloop St. Marys, Nye, was up at
Providence for Darien nnd St. Marys 0th inst. to
FROM THIS PORT,
At Philadelphia, 12th last, brig Susan k Eliza
beth, Gray, 7 days.
L'P FOR THIS PORT,
At'N. V. 11th inst. ship Emperor, Bennett, des
patch; ship Cotton Plunl, Fash, 17th inst.; Pack
et brig Tontine, Betts, 14tb; sloop James Monroe,
Luddington, 14th; sloop Nancy, Taher, despatch.
At Providence, 6th inst. brig New York,
Cromwell, to sail 13th inst.
BALTIMORE, Oct. 12.—Arr. brig Trident, Da
vis, 08 ds fm St. Petersburg, hemp, fee.
Bremen brig Germania, Gatgen, 56 ds fm‘Bre
men, linens, glass, fee. Aug. 27, in lat. 38 48, Ion.
31 53, spoke the Russian Disoovery ships Apollo
and Ladgodo, fm the N> W. coast of America,
bound to St. Petersburg.
Brig Alfred, Tcubner, 21 ds fm N. Orleans.
Sclir Sampson, Allen, 13 ds fm Havana.
Schr North America, Smith, 12 ds fm Key West,
sugar, cotton, logwood, fee. Left Polly Hampton,
(Colombian privateer.) No U. S. vessels there—
the Wild Cat had not arr. The place remained
vory sickly. Dr. , U. S. Navy, died about
24tn ult.—Francis Hall, u colored man, steward of
the North American was arrested by the U. S. au
thorities on information lodged by cupt. Nutter, of
the Polly Hampton, charging him with murtlcr
and piracy, and was left there in double irons.
OCT. 13.—Arr. Schr Lapwing, Robinson, 13 ds
fm St> Johns, P. R. with sugars.—On the 27th in
coming out, spoke the U. S. schr Porpoise, lying
off the harbor, her boat on shore, sent letters by
the L. for the United States.
Schr Franklin, Fear, 25 ds fm Rio'La Hachc,
Schr Alcsanna, Southcomb, 14 dsfm Laguuyru,
Schr Leader, Brack, 11 ds fm St Thomas, sail
ed 1st Oct. same day off Sail Rock,fell inwith the
U. S. schr Grampus, Capt Sloat, who politely con
veyed us through the passage, requested us to re
port all well on board.—4 American vessels were
driven ashore at St. Pierres, (Mart.) one or two
at Gaudaloupc, names unknown.
NORFOLK, Oct. 11.—The U S. schr. Fox, Lt.
Com. Ritchif., fm Havana, via Key West, went
up the bay yesterday. From Lt. Com. Ritchie
tVc learn, that the Wild Cut is supposed to he lost
—Lt. Legare, who was left sick at Havana, had
partly recovered his health. The Fox left Havana
20th ult. with a convoy bound to the United States,
and arr. at Key West next day.—The Weazel, Lt.
Boarman, sailed same day with two vessels under
convoy for the coast of Yucatan, to proceed to the
Gulf on a cruize. The Shark, Lt. Com. Gallagher,
sailed a few days before for the same via Thomp
son’s Island. The Ferret, Lt. Com. Bell; arr. at
Key IV est on the 20th, and suited next day for
Matanzas. -On Thursday morning last, the Fox
ran under the stern of the light boat, off Hattcras,
and spoke her N. W. by W. 4 leagues fm the light
house. She seemed to weather the storm very
handsomely. The Fox has experienced much bad
Y OU are required to assemble at the Exchange
in Citiiens tin it, on Saturday evening next,
the 23d inst. at hull'past seveu o’clock, oil business
ot importance to the crops.
By ordor of Lt. Law, com’d'g.
104 MACKAY, 1st Serg'tG. H
Ten Dollars Reward.
R UNAWAY from the subscriber about the first
of the present month, my mulatto negre
man PEGGY. She is 23 years of age, abi
feet 6 inches high, square built, when spoken to
talks very quick, bends much forward when she
walks; she 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 in
any jail in this state so that I can get her.
Y. P. KINi
ICF The Editors of the Augusta Chronicle*hnd
Savannah Republican, arc requested to give the
above two insertions und forward their accounts.
Y. P. K.
W INE months alter date application will be
made to the hon. Inferior court of Chatham
county, for leave to sell all that lot in Savannah
known by the No. 1, Ellis square, Decker ward,
with the improvements thereon : and all that lot
in Savannah known by tho No, 23, in Liberty
ward, with the buildings thereon, being the
real estate of John Smith, deceased, for the
fit of the heirs.
FREDERICK HERB, Adra’r
Oct 21 193
Wanted to Hire.
T EN or fifteen prime field hands for whom lib
eral wages will be eiven. Apply to
erul wages will be given.
Oct 21 || 103
. M. BOND.
T HE undersigned Committee will receive pro
posals until tiie loth of November for work
on the Exchange which includes Slating, Plais-
tering, Coppering and Glazing. Persons wishing
to contract will muke application to cither of the
Committee forpnrticulurs. GEO. SIHCK,
Octal 193 J.C. HABERSHAM,
rpHIS Institution will again open for the re-
i ception of pupils, on MONDAY, the first day
of November next, under tho superintendance, as
heretofore, of the Rev. Mr. Cauter, who will be
assisted by competent teachers,iu the Feinalo and
Tickets of admission must he obtained from the
undersigned, nnd no scholar will be permitted to
remain after the lapse of three days, without one,
1st. Class—Spelling and Rcadingperqr. $8 00
2d, Class—With Writing, Geography,
Gramar, und Arithmetic, - 10 00
3d. Class—Do. With Mathematics, and
Lutin, and Greeks Languages,
1st Cf.Ass—9pellingnnd Reading,per quarter $8 00
2d Class—-Do with Writing and Arithmetic 10 00
3d Class—Do with Geography, Astronomy,
History, fee. - - - 13 60
4th Class—With Drawing, Painting, fee, 15 00
YV.T. WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
G t EOllGlA, CiiuUmni County—by the honoru-
T bit the Justices of the Inferior court of Chath
am county silting for ordinary purposes.
To all whom it muy concern.
Whenras Cliorlcs Gregory executor of Thomas
G. Davis lute of Chatham county deceased Ims
petitioned the honorable the court of ordinary to
be discharged from his said executorship.
These arc therefore to cite nnd admonish nil
and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to file their objections, if any they
have, in the office of the Clerk of the court of
ordinaiy on or before the 7th day of March next,
otherwise letters dismissory will be granted the
Witness the honorable George L Cope, one of
the Justices of the said court this seventh dayof
September, A. D. 1824.
S. M. BOND, c c o c ct
sep 9 175 "
G EORGIA—Chatham County—to all whom it
Whereas Benedict Bourquin has applied to the
Honorable the Court of Ordinary of Chatham
County, for letters of administration on the estate
and effects of Richard Pellum late of Chatham
County, planter, deed, as principal creditor.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of the said dec
to Tile their objections, (if any they have) to the
granting of the administration of the estate of the
said deceased to the applicant in the Clerk’s Office
of the said Court, on or before the nineteenth day
of November next; otherwise fetters of adminis
tration will be granted.
Witness the Hon. T. N Morel one of the Jus-
hces^of the said Court, the 19th day of October A
S. M. BOND, c c 0
oct 20 192
EORGIA Chatham County—by the lion, the
Justices of the Inferior court sitting for ordi
To all whom it may concern.
Whereas Richard R. Cuyler, executor of Wil-
Horn Shaw deceased, has petitioned, the hon. court
of ordinary, to be discharged from his said exe
These ape therefore to cite and admonish
and singulur the kindred and creditors of me
said deceased, to flic their objections (if any they
have) in the oflice of tho clerk of the court of
ordinary on or before the 13tb duy of January
next ensuing the date, hereof, otherwise letters
dismissory will be granted to the petitioner.
Witness the honorable Thomas N. Morel, o
of the Justices of the said Court, this 13th day
July, A. D. 1824. S. M. BOND, c c -
1NE months after the date
... , , -- hereof, upplicu
tion will bo made to the Inferior court
when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to
Stt 0r ,n tho district of
White Bluff, couhty of Chatham, containing 60
acres, more or loss,bounded northwardly and east-
wardly by lands late John Poullens, and south-
wardly by lands of Will ams, belonging to tho es-
B< T d ’ ,u ? d t0 bo »oMfor the bene-
fit of tho heirs and creditors of said estate.
Just Received, 4
1 An K1 ’.G9 DUPONTS POWDER
1UU 50 half do do
For sale by GAUBRV fe HERBERT
Oct 92 m!20 l ’
H EALTH, the greatest of all'earthly >1,1.^
At tills season of the year, when it is soft!
ly proper and important to cleanse the StomJ
and Bowels of redundancy of bile, and all d»3
clous and ruinous accumulations, the nrouH„7
of I.EE’3 most oxcollont ANTI-BILIOUSf"jT
would very respectfully advise the use of sen
doses of them, and thereby in many imlan Cf ,
vent hend-achcs, sickness at (lie stomaci, t>L
ante obstructions of the bowels, acoroliiagf evei
C LEE’S worm destroying..
ZENGES, a most powerful Medloinc, rcino"
and destroys all kinds of worms.
LEE’S ELIXEIt, un invaluable lit
cine, it never fails to cure the most violent t
and affords instant and great relief, in all obslim
coughs, it also relieves young children from chi
LEE’S NERVOUS CORDIAL,,
excellent md'dlcine for all nervous afhciio
Weakness, pains in loins, back, gre.
LEE’S ESSENCE OF MUSTAR
no medicine ever oxcellcdthis in curing rhei
tisin, sprains, bruises, frosted feet, A-c. fee.
LE E’S AGUE AND FEVER DI
a never failing cure.
LEE’S SOVEREIGN OINTMEV
warranted to cure the itch, by only one ai
LEE’S PERSIAN LOTION,an
ccllcnt medicine for curing tetters, ring
prickly heat; softens the skin, and improve*
LEE’S INDIAN VEGETABLES!
CIFIC-—Au effectual cure for the Veneiei
LEES’ TOOTH-ACHE DR01
which give immediate relief.
LEE’S TOOTH POWDER—IV
cleanses and beautifies the teeth.
LEE’S EYE WATER—A cei
cure for sore eyes.
LEE’S ANODYNE ELIXIR
the cure of heud-nchcSi
LEE’S CORN PLAISTEE-F
moving and destroying corns*
LEE’S LIP SALVE.
ID* Numerous enses of cures could he
ed, of the happy ond good effects that hovel
lowed the use of the above JUSTLY CEIE
TED FAMILY MEDICINES, but the pul
has not room for them in this paper.’ 4
V 1‘lease to observe whatevtr] and wAml
you buy none can be Lec's-Qtnuine Family J
cines, without the signature of the propiietoi!
Late Michael Lee Si-
Tiie above famous family medicines
DR. A-DELAROCHE, Sei
Who has just received a fresh supply from
oct 7 180 1
A PUBLIC examination in tills Academy I
commence on Thursday the 14th ofOck
and be continued froth day to day at tho pie:
of parents and guardians who may be pre
The rolntions and friends of the young lain,
respectfully invited to attend, together will
neighboring persons, who take pleasure in tin I
vation one mole character. Tiie examinatio:
embrace many of the most interesting bran:
between the student of orthography, nnd tM
Humes Elements. It is hoped something
done to shew thutthc highest intellectual ill.
monts arc the exclusive property of no w. H
the accommodation of spectators the studeulil
be examined in Uie new Church. ’
The winter session will commence unjthe!
Board, tuition, lodging,washing, fire andean;)
for the Scholastic year of eleven months
For tiie session or half year
Use of books,inaps,ink and pencils per sessJ
All fees in advance. .
In the department of music and painting,I
terms of the present year continued.
Each young lady to furnish a pair of shecuf
By those unacquainted with the charactera:l
institution, reference cun be had to his F.xcr/V-T
Governor Troup—to the President and ofcfHil
tile University of Georgia—to the Rcv.Di.Bni
—Dr. Joel Abbot—Dr. John Gerardine,or hi
Wayne.—As regards health and other locslj
vantages, no institution in the Southern Coir
can be more favorably situated, in other n
it is foi the public to determine the extent i
claims to patronage.
Our former means of improvement will l
creased by an additional popularand able in;
.tress. By another instrument for tho benrSJ
those engnged in the acquisition of music: ml
possible, by a’ more undivided attention mj
part of those hitherto engaged in the literaijl
R espectfully inform? the inhabMI
Savannah that she will open a SCHO®I
the first of November, for the reception oi“T
children, whose pnrents may entrust them Nj
care. She will teach the solid and ornnmfH
branches of education; and after several J
perience in the instruction ofyouth.shelM |er8(l |
self she shall not fail to give satisfaction.
For further information please call Ca I*
M'Leun’s, Lincoln Street. 1
sept 28 182
G EORGIA Chatham county—By the A M 'I
Justices of the Inferior court of C/wfA <un
ty sitting for ordinary purposes.
To all whom it maji concern. ,■
Whereas William Davies administrator
cob Franklin Keai dec. has petitioned the.T
court of Ordinary to be discharged ftom Wffi
These are therefore to cite and . admom _
and singular, the kindred and creditors .#■
said deceased to file (heir objections (if
have,) in the office of the oflice of the Cl'
the court of ordinary, on or before the 7tn 0
March next, otherwise letters dismissory^
granted the petitioner. ’
Witness the honorable John P. Wilj* a l
one of the Justices of said court this 7th °
September, A. D. 1824.
S. M. BOND, o «.? c |
sep 9. 106 ,.
T HE public is apprised, that tho M
has titles to one half of a 60 now 1
land on Wlilto Bluff, adjoining bis M"
lately John Pouilen’s, now John Morrm'iu
for whioh the administratrix of the Ifift/Pfa
now applies' for leave to sell as parVpf ; u >, " | |j
—Ids titlcB are of prior date and record- 1
sons are forewarned not to purchase or
on the premises. R. F. WlIlWA"
I June 17 m—§t138