FUEL' BRIO St 'S. FELL,
i» ulv r.irun laftiiT twii.t.xps per annum.
f ni ntry r.u v.n six uoli.aus rF.n annum.
PAYAKI.r. IN ADVANCE.
•1 J 'All news and new advertisements appear in
’• «!■<■ — '■■■■i-. in LgL'g-V- 1 . -
>A'l URSAY EVENING, November (>, 1824
Our papers by last night’s mail arc en
tirely barren of news. Wo lmd prepared
severalniiscoUaufSoUs articles for this day’s
paper, but owing to the pressure of ad
vertisements we lmvo been compelled to
leave them out.
Wc would cheerfully comply with the
request to copy a communication from the
i'm ien Gazette, on the subject of the
election of a llri^adccr'General, did we
not consider it premature, llrigadier
General IIaudf.n has not yet resigned,
and as far as we have been able to learn
considers himselfstill a resident of Clrat-
fiaip County—the article published rc-
. peeting his retiiovnl, alluded only to bis
intention of changing his summer resi
dence. v . L .
M. Salazar, Minister of the Republic
of Colombia, arrived in Washington City
on the 28th ult.
DARIEN, November 2.
A month has now elapsed since we re
ceive.; any pupers but those of Savannah,
oiul this is owing, we are toU), to the delay
in repairing the M’Intosli bridges. How
ioin; is the public to be deprived of this
Some time ago we attached blame to
the Justices, of the Inferior Court, but we
have since learned the censure was un
justly bestowed inusimich as they had
contracted with a Mr. Norris to t repair
those ol’M‘Intosh and’bad sent a flat to
answer the purpose of a ferry until the
bridges should be repaired, and by a spe-
riul stipulation of . major Wood, the fer
riage was not to be greutei- than, that of
Barrington. Justice demands that we
apologise to the Justices of the Inferior
Court for our untimely blame, which we
‘.nke a pleasure in doing, by correcting
the error as above. V
Ikmny not be irrelevant here to ask
why the stage that can bring pussengers
and the letter mail cannot bring the paper
mnil? The post-master of Savannah will
oblige us by answering this question.
[W-3 hare made some inquiries respect
ing the above, and we learn from the Post
Master in this city that the Newspapers
have always been ready for the mail car
rier, but that he has uniformly refused to
receive them nlledgingnshis reasons that
at South Newport lie is obliged to leave
bis stage and cross the river in a little
leaky canoe, which is unsafe for the con
veyance of a large mail, and further that
it he should by great exertion succeed in
surmount ing this difficulty, yet that on his
arrival at Sapelo, hi would be compelled
to leave bis carriage, behind, und send his
horses with a boy several miles through
the woods to M‘Intosli Court House,
while he would be obliged to walk a quar
ter of a mile with bis passengers between
the two brnnehes of the Sapclo, (across
both of which there is only n canoe ferry;)
ra Tying the mail bag on his back, which
ho thinks would be “rather too muck of a
load if filled with newspapers.”)
PROVIDENCE, Oct. 23. ThoTown-
Vuuncil have recently caused two of the
,’oiistables to take an enumeration of the
black or coloured people in town, and
they have, With as much accuracy as pos
sible, performed the duty assigned therfi,
and have made returns of the names of
little Using twelve hundred, designatin'*
their ages, employments and places of
abode. The Council have already com
menced an examination of this list, and
intended to pursue their inquires into the
character of evory individual, and wher
ever one is found, of either sex, who is
addicted to idle and dissolute habits,-or
shall be discovered associated with per
cons of that description, .measures as
prompt os the w allows, will be adopted,
to send them from the town,.and. the se
verest penalties will be inflicted for a vol
untary return. ' ' i .
We would not be understood, however
in The se remarks, to condemn our bjack
or coloured population in the gross. They
do not merit indiscriminate censure; and
many of them from along residence, are
kmwn.to be sober, industriousnndrcspcc-
tuid' citizens; b,ut it; is believed that a
large proportion of those who reside a-,
motig, us,without having a settlement here,
require the vigilant examination of our
police authority, and such examination,
whir h has been recently commenced, will
be accomplished in such manner and
vV111. such.ulacity as the constituted au
thority of the town may deem for its best
interest.—Gazette. ' " '
Public Schools.—On Thursday last, the
severed public schools of this town, under
went a quarterly examination by the
Toivit-Couhcil nnd School Committee.
The following arc the returns of the pu*
pils present on the occasion, in the sev
eral districts: 1st district, 100 ; 2d district,
152 Ud district, first school, J54—second
do. 50; 4th district, J32: district,,
J-hr the fhi'annah Republican.
AS the attention of the Legislature will,
no doubt, be seriously cnliod to the im
portant subject of increasing the comfort:
and convenience of the citizens, and ad
ding to the public wealth of the state, by
a judicious application of the public means
to works of general utility, a few observa
tions in relation thereto m e offered to the
consideration of the members of the Gen
The expenditure of the public money,
in public works, has the most invigorating
influence on national industry.
It is a common opinion, that nil cxpcn<
dittircs in public works, is a real tax upon
the community, to the amount of the mo
ney expended, and that the public canon-
ly be remunerated by the advantage it
may derive from the use of the Improve
According to this doctrine, it would
follow, that if a road or canal was, when
finished, useless, the expense of its con
struction would have been an actual drain
upon the wealth of the state, equal to the
amount of money expended. * Nothing
can be more erroneous. Should a road
or canal be perfectly useless, when finish
ed it would not follow that the state was
the poorer for the money expended upon
it. It would undoubtedly be better for
the state, that the road or canal should
be useful; nevertheless it may be better
for the state to have made it, than not to
have made it, even although none of the
purpose intended by it hhve been effected.
The capacity of the state for acquiring the
necessaries and comforts of life, iiiny be
nonejhe less, for ’ having made a road or
canal, which is perfectly useless. If pub
lic money ts to be expended, it is no doubt
better that it should be,expended prudent
ly than imprudently, profitably than un-
profitably; although it does not follow
that national wealth is lessened by its be
ing expended either imprudently or un-
If a canal is made with a states’ own
incans there will be just as much money
in the state, after, as before it was made,
even though it should be eutircly useless
when made. The expenditure of the
public money affords such a stimulus to‘
national .industry, as to augment the
quantity of labor, cquui to what was re
quired iu the public works; nnd of course,
there will nor be a bushel less of wheat, or
a pound less of cotton or rice produced,
than there would have been, but for the
public works. All countries have a large
number of people who are either idle, the
whole, or some part of their timo, who
rai&ht be employed in labor. Every state
therefore possesses a quantity of uncxer-
ted or unexpended labor: ally measure of
government, which has the effect of cal
ling this power into action, may expend
it in the erection of public works, without
diminishing the nnnual product of . labor.
Suppose Georgia was to employ five hun
dred men during the ncjtt ten years, at an
annual expense of one hundred thousand
dollars, in making roads and canals, is
there any reason to suppose, that any por
tion of that labor would be withdrawn
from other, branches of industry'? The
particular individuals, employed upon the
public works, would no doubt bo with
drawn from other branches of industry,
but others would either take their places,
or those who remained, would labor more,
so that tlic quantity of labor would be as
though none had been withdrawn. In
other words, astimulous would be applied
to the energies of the state, which would
augment the quantity of labor, equal to
vvliat had been applied to the public works.
The state is capable of exerting a power
annually to a much greater extent than
this. Five times as many men might no
doubt be employed on public works, with
out lessening the annual product of labor
a single pound. It is, therefore possible for
the state,to expend a large amount of labor
nnd money, on public works, without, in’
other respects, diminishing public wealth.
But this is not all; the expenditure of
labor and money, in this way, may be the
means of augmenting public wealth iu
other respects, it may cause a greater an
nual product of labor, than there would
otherwise have, been ; it may make the ne
cessaries and comforts of life still more a-
bundant among the people. It may pro
duce this effect, by infusing into the peo
ple a degree of industry, which will more
than supply the labor expended upon the
public works. It may excite the energies
of the people, to a much greater degree
than is required for the performance of se *
this'additional labor, and thereby aug
ment the annual product of the necessa
ries and comforts of life.
Was the state of Georgia to expend a
a million of dollars, in making a canal
from Milledgeville to Savannah, there is
not the slightest reason to suppose there
would be a bushel less of wheat or corn,
or a pound less of rice or cctton, raised in
the state, in consequence of the labor be
stowed upon the canal, nor would there
be a dollar less money in the state. It
will more tliansupply all the labor requir
ed to build the canals, nnd that there will
bo a greater product of labor, in other
branches of industry, in consequence of
lhakingthem. The public wealth of the
state will, therefore, be augmented; inde
pendent ot'tlie value oftlic canals.
The body politic, like the natural body,
is liable to lull into a state of comparative
lethargy and torpor. It then becomes
necessary to arouse its dormant energies,
by administering stimulants. . The expen
diture of public money in public work,
will often produce this effect.
These opinions arc not vouched for W
the undersigned. They arc those of a
political economist, to whom the writer is
iifdcbtcd for them. The reasons upon
which they are founded arc given: and the
public will judge of their soundness. But
if correct, they prove that public works
even when they may be tiselcss and unfit
for the purposes of their construction may
benefit the commonwealth; should they
thcnanswdr the end intended by them,
how fuuch must tlic wealth of the state,
and the comfort and convenience of the
inhabitants be increased? That it will lie
to an extent incalculable, is a corrollary
inevitable.. The legislature of Georgia, will
then give to the subject all the reflection
which it requires and the people demand.
—It is time that Internal Improvement
should be the order of the day; &. the pub
lic mind is fast preparing to sanction the
most extensivo undertakings, in the hope
that success will crown the attempt, and
general utility be the desired result.
- A Planter of Chatham County
SOXG—The Bowl we Tip.
BY THOMAS MOOnE.
The bowl we tip, when love we sip,
Contains both sweet and sour ; ,
And those who drink must never think,
T* escape the acid power.
The bliss we sip from beauty’s lip,
Is gone as soon as tasted;
' And of our time, spent in our prime
Of life, in love, is wasted.
For tho* there flows from loves young re- *s,
The sweetest sweets, there glitters,
’Neath every leaf, the tear of grief,
Of life the thorns and bitters. ,
Then when you dip your trembling lip
In Cupid’s bowl, prepare,
To leave behind your peace of mind,
Or never venture "there.
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Steam boat Georgia, Dubois, 65 hours from Au-
f usta, to R Campbell, Cumming it Uwathmey,
ohnston, Hills it co. Duhumcl fe Auze, and
Blanchard, Brothers it co.—Passengers, Messrs.
Brown, and Wadsworth. *
Colombian armed schr. l’oily Hampton, Capt.
Nutter, with her prize the Spanish schr Truxilutin,
in company, for Cumann. .
FROM THIS FORT,
At Providence, 22d ult. schr James AVurren,
Hording, 7 days.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT,
At Providence,25th ufl. sloop Express, Ham
mett. ’ . .
la our “List of vessels in Port” yesterday, we
omitted the Ship Thomas Fowler, Cundler, of
For Hambjirgh aud Augusta.
The steam boat MAID OF ORLEANS,
j\S expected TO-MORROW—will take freight
and passengers to cither of the nbove places.
For New York.
The regular and fust failing coppered
and copper fastened slop
„ I. White, Master,,
will have immediate dispatch. For balance of
freight orpassagelmvingclngnnt accommodations.
Apply to Capt. White on board at Aiidcrson’s
2000 1000- do Brogan do
e«T» iShoes? Molasses, &c.
PAIR NEGRO SHOES
BOO do tinea and hound do
1(50 do womens do do
30 hlids New Orleans Molasses
20 do superior St Croix Sugar
00 do common do do
ISO ps. 42 inch Cotton Bagging
100 casks Nails, assorted
, 50 bbls Gin
00 Tons Swedes Iron, assorted
For sale on reasofuibfo torms by
nov 0 «207 ORRAY TAFT.
No. 3 Mnckurch
ifYl'h BBLS. Landing tram ship Chariot, for
JL\7l# stile by It. CAMPBELL.
Cit y Marshal’s Sales.
/ On tlic first Tuesday in December next,
W ILL be sold in front of the Court House be
tween the usual hours, the following pro
perty if the ground rent that ll due isnotpuid be-
fore I but day.
Lot no. 19, Warren Ward. 60 by 90 feet, boun
ded oust by lot no. 20, south by St. Juliun street,
west by Warren Square, and north by Bryan st.
ro-enterod upon us the property of the estate of
Win. Woodbridge for 4 quarters reiit.
Lot no. 22,Warren ward, 00 by 90 foot, bound
ed east by lot no. 21. south by Congress St. west
by Warren Square and north by St. .Julian street,
rc-ontcred upon os tho property of Geo. W M’Al-
lister, lor 20 quarters rent.
Lot no. 1, Washington ward, 00 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot no. 2, soutli by a lane, west
by Price st. urtil north by Huy st. re-entered upon
hs the properly of T W Woodbridge, for 4 quar
ters rent. . '
Lot no. 2, Washington ward, 60 by 90 foot,
bounded cast by lot no. 3, south by a lune, west
by lot, no. 1, and north by Bay st, re-entored upon
hs the property of T M Woodbridgq, for 4 quar
Lot. no. 10, Washington ward, CO by 90 feet,
bounded cast by lot no. 15, south by Bryun street,
west by Price st. nnd north liv u lane, re-entered
upon ns tl;o property of S Wilkins and C C Coop
er, for 4 quarters rent.
Lot no. 24, Washington ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded enst by lot no, 23, south by Congress ft
west' by Price st. and north by St. Julian st. rc-en-
terpd upon us the property of M E Barnard, for 4
Lot no. 35, Washington ward, 00 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot no, 34, soutli by Broughton
st. west by lot no. 30, and north by n lane, re-en
tered upon us tho property of Fanny Williams for
4 quarters reut. v . '
Lot no 02, Brown ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed east by lot no. —south by Liberty-st. west
By lot no. 53, anil north by a lane, re-entqred up
on ns the property of A. I. D’Lyon for 4 quarters
Lot no. 63, Rrown Ward, OO.by OOfeet, bound
by lot no. 9, lmd north by Soutli ISromW
teredupou ns tho property of T. N. Morel !
quarters rent. ’ 1
I,ot9 no. 14 and 15, Jackson wnVd 6fli
foot each lot, bounded oust by lot no..’ 13
by Orleans Square, west by tyComliw.ill
north by a lime, re-entered upon as (h e ’j
of R. Habersham, for -I quarters rent. °
Loti no. 17 nnd 18, Jackson ward CO 11
feet each lot, bounded cast by lot no*. to r
by Perry-st. west by lot no, ill, amln 0 ^
lane, re-entered upon us the property of vl
"'ell, for 8 qunfsors rent cncli lot. 1 1
Lot no. 19, Jackson ward, (ill hy pr)f ( . c , ,1
ded cast by lot no 18, soutli by Perry-st «'J
lot no. 20, nnd north by 11 lane, reuntered 3
as the property of A. D. Abrulinm, for 4 <^1
Lot no. 20, Jackson ward, 00 by 90 J
ded east by lot no 19, south by Perry^t, w2|
hme, rc-enli **
Jcfferson-st. and north by a lane, re-enter.i'J
on us the property of Goo. Glen, for 9 qjjJj
A VERY’ capable Negro Man, about 24 years
of nge, a waiter, hostler und Drummer,
nov 6 ||m»207 . J. MARSIIALL.
ed east by lot no. 62, south by Liberty .st. west by
54, and north by a lane, re-entered upon
7A HAMPERS POTATOES
# 50 Tons COAL., Apply to
nov 0 207 JOHN H. REID &CO.
iui iiu. utj mm iiiMtii uv a ituifj iB*t*yicrru llJHJIl
as the property of the estate of Hugh M’Cal), for
4 quarters rent. f
Lot no. 00,Browiward, 60 by OOfeet, bound
ed cast by Madison-st. south by Llberty-st.-west
by lot no. 01, and north hy n lane, re-entered up
on as the property of K.F Willlnnuj,. for 3 qutir-
T HE undersigned have resinned their business
ut their old stand, in Bull street, opposite
Judge Cuylcr’s House, and will execute orders ill
the nentest manner for Marble
CHIMNEY PIECES, ,
HEARTH, BUILDING STONES, &c.
Or any other work in their line ofbusiness—
All orders from the countiy and city will be
thankfully received," and promptly attended to,
and executed on short notice.
MOORE &. LYMAN. *
nov 6 11-208—1 m
SILK, COTTOX4XD WOO LEX D YEH, AXD
T HANKFUL for past fnvors, takes this method
of informing his friends and the public in gen
eral, that he continues the above business at his
old stand, corner of Bay-lane nnd Montgomery-
Street, ncurthe Baptist Church Square, where.
Leghorn, Chip and Straw Hats, nre Dyed, and
b^Sg:a;JS 0 ’ sday!iStera Avb,tc sSrterJ ^ Hats * ^
DR. L. II. FUR Til,
H AS^eraoved to the house in York-Stroet, be
longing to I. Minis, three doors east of Jctfer-
nov 6 t$207
stoved nnd pressed ,
Gentlemens and Ladies Dresses ol all kihds dyed
and finished with dispatch
Gentlemen’s Beaver Hnts cleaned, dyed, lined
und bound in superior style. V
O’ Allorders-in his way punctually attended to.
N. B. Clothes left to be dyed or scoured, can bp
repaired on, moderate terms,
ov 6- 207
Notice to Pilots.
A LL pilots who have not complied with the
14th rule of the commissioners of Pilotage,
are hereby‘required to do so, by the next regular
meeting of the Board, (18th inst.) In case ol
ure, each one will be fined five dollars,
JOHN G; HOLCOMB, Sec’ry
nov 6 ||r207
might on the contrary be the means of
augmenting the quantity of both. The
Canal then in reality, would cost the state
nothingPublic wealth would- be just as
great, aher the canal was made, exclu
sive ofjhe canal itself, as it would have
been, had the canal not been made, and
the national wealth, would therefore, at
all events, be augmented to an amount"
equal to the value of the canal to the pub
lic. . -
There is every reason to believe that
the New York canals, will increase tjie
quantom of industry in the state, equal to
the whole amount of labor bestowed upon
them, and that the product of labor in ag
riculture, manufactures und commere,
■will be as great as it would have been, had
the canals not been built, so that in reali
ty they will cause no drain on tho public*
wealth, even though they should be worth
nothing to the state, when finished; and it
is'jeveii more than probable that these en
terprises have infused into the body poli
tic* p of energy and industry which
FOR T OF SA VANN AII,
iage,” are pi
public, the Inw will be rigidly enforced—the pica
of ignorance in no case will be received in future.
Surveyor nnd Inspector of the Revenue.
Sec. 43. And be it further enacted, that the
proprietor, importer, or consignee, or his or her
pgent, who may receive said certificate, shall up
on the sale or tlelivery of any of the said spirits,
w ines or teas, deliver to the purchaser or purcha
sers thereof, the certificate or certificates, which
ought to accompany the 9amc, 09 pain of forfeit
ing the sum of $50 for each cask, chest, vessel or
case, w ith which such certificate shell not be de
livered;—and if any casks, .chests, vessels or ca
ses, containing distilled spirits, wines or teas,
which by the foregoing provisions ought to be
marked and accompanied with certificates, shall
be found in the possession of any person unaccom
panied with such ninrks and certificates, it shall
be presumptive evidence that the same ure liable
to forfeiture ; and it shall be lawful for any officer
of the; customs or of inspection to seize them as
forfeited; and if upon the trial in consequence of
suoh seizure, the owner or claimant of the spirits,
wines or-tens seized, shall not prove that the same
were imported into the United States according to
law, ana the duties, thereupon paid or secured,
they shall be adjudged to be forfeited.
Sec. 44. And-be it further enacted, That on the
sale of any cask, chest, vessel or case, which has
been or shull be marked pursuant to tbe provisions
aforesaid, as containing distilled spirits, wines or
teus and which has been emptied of its cbntents,
and prior to the delivery thereof to the purchuser,
or any removal thereof, the marks and numbers,
which shall have beon set thereon by or under the
direction of nny officer of inspection, shall be de
faced und obliterated In the presence of some offi
cer of inspection or of (he customs, who shall on
due notice being given attend, for that purpose,
at which time the cfertifiqate which ought to ac-
company such cask, chest, vessel or case, sbaH al
so be returned und cancelled; And every person
who shall obliterate, counterfeit, alter or" deface
any mark or number placed by an officer of in
spection upon any .cask, chest, vessel orcase,con-
tainjng distilled spirits, wines or tens, or anV cer
tificate thereof; or who shall sell or in any way
alienate or remove any cask, chest, vessel or cose,
which has becn cmptiedof its contents, before tho
marks nnd numbers, se( thereon pursuapt to the
provisions aforesaid, shall have been defaced or
obliterated, in presence of any officer of inspec
tion os aforesaid; or who shall neglect or refuse
to deliver the certificate issued to accompany the
cask, chest, vessel orcase, of which the ranrks and
umbers shall have been defuccd or obliterated in
manner aforesaid, on being thereto required by
an officer of inspection or of the customs, shall for
each and every such oflence forfeit and pay one
hundred dollars, with costs of suit,
flbv 8' || 1(207
9 IB S!(I SHAIKHS
I S now open for the reception of sholars where
the following branchesofcducation are taught,
READIXG, WRITING, GEOGRAPHY, GRAM■
MAR, EMBROIDERY, TAMBOURIXG,.
PLAIN SEWIXG, AND MARKING.
Mrs. L. avails herself of the opportunity of ex
pressing her thanks, for the very liberal patronage
she has hitherto received, and pledges herself, that
no endeuvors shall be spared, to merit a continu
ance of it. Her terms, which arc moderate, may
he known by upplying at her residence in Brough-
ton-Strcct, adjoining the office of Wm.B. Bulloch,
N. B. Three orfour pupils can be instructed in
tbe rudiments of MUSIC, on the Piano Forte, on
reasonable terms. Apply us above,
nov 6 207
Rank State of Georgia,
SA VANN All, Gth Nor. 1824.
rpHE City Council having appointed YVedncs-
X duy next, the 10th inst. a duy of Prayer nnrl
Thanksgiving, this Bank will be dosed on tliut
day for the transaction of business.
Bills and notes falling due on the 10th must
be taken Up on the 9th inst. A. PORTER
nov6 . 207 Cashier.
City Sheriff’s sales.
O N the first Tuesduy ir. Dcceinbernext.wiilbe
sold at the Court-House, between th‘c usual
hours of 10 nnd 4 o’clock.
All that lot and improvements No. 6, Liberty
Ward, in tho City of savannah, subject to a mort-
gnge, levied on as the property of John Crane, to
satisfy nn execution in favor of Josiuh Lawrence.
Buildings qn Quarter lot No. 35, Greene ward,
levied on as the property bf George Ross, under
an execution in favor of Sulma Manton.
nov 0 207 JAS. YV. SIMS, d s c s.
. ' Sheriff’s sales.
On the first Tuesday in Dccekt/er next,
WILL be sold at the court house, in the city
V V ofSavannah, between the hours of 10 and
A negro woman iinnied Ciller levied on as the
property of Paul l. Vallotton, to satisfy two execu
tions from a Justices Court in favor of YY’illmm
Williams and Charles Gregory, for use of YVillium
YVillmms, returned to me by a constable.
The southern half of lots No. 39 ahd 40 with
the improvements thereon in Elbert ward iu the
City ol Savannah, levied on ns the property of
Benjamin Sheftall, to satisfy an execution in fa
vor of James Anderson it co. et. a!
The following Seven-Negroes, viz: Tena, Ester,
Jacob, Sinah, Adam, Daphne and Jolpi, levied on
Property of Elizabeth Whiting, to satisfy an
Hon m favor of YVilllg R. Franklin, against
feet each lot, bounded east by urion,, 3 *]
south by .M’Donough-stn:et,'wcst by.J c ff Ms l J
and north, by Perry-street, re-entered uiun-,’|
proporty of E. Early, for -1 quartets rent, 1
Lot nq. 29, Jackson ward, 00 by 90 feet 1
ded oast by lot no. 30, south by a lane, \v c ,
Joflerson-st. and north by Hull st. re-entered J
on as the proporty of J'll. Borthelot, for 4 1 "
ten rent. *
Lots no. 27 nnd 28, Jackson wnrd, 60 h I
feetcHch lot, bounded enst by Orleans Sqi 5
south by Hull-st. west by Jefferson*!, and 1
hy M’Donough-st.re entered upon as the p R
of J. II. Morel, for 4 quarters rent each lot
. Lot no.37, Jackson ward, 60 by 90 fcet 'lx
ded oast by-lot no 38, south hy a lane, \v ti
lot no. 30, und north by Hull-street, ro-cnl
of Geo. UletVfor 4 qui
Lot no. 2, Ncw-Franklin ward, 60 by- 90 feet,
bounded east by Telfair’s lot, south by Bny-st.
west by Moutgomery-st- nnd north by (ol no. 3,
ro-entered upon 11s the property of YVm. Scar
brough, tor 4 quarters rent.
Lot no. 0, Neiv-Franklln ward, 00 by 00 feet,
hounded cast by lot no. 5, south by- Buy-st. west
by lot no. 7, and north bv lot no 9, re-entered
upon as the property of Aire. Morels, for 8 quar
Lot no. 7, New-Franklin.wnrd, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot no. 0,sohth by Bay-sl. west
by WestBrohd-st. aud north by lot no. 8, re-en
terck upon as the property of E. Cooper, for J
Lot ho. 9, New*Franklin ward, 00 by 90 foot,
bounded enst by lot no, 10,. south by lot no. 6,
west by lot no. 8, and north by vacant lots, re-
mitered upon os tbe property of YY r m. Taylor, for
4 quarters rent.
Lot no. 10, New-Franklln wnrd, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded east by Ibt no.. 11, south by lot no, 6,
west by lot 9, and north by vacant lots, re-enterei
upon as tbe property "of M, O. Driscoll, for 8,
Lot no. 11, Ncw-Franklin, ward, 60 by 90 feet
bounded enst by Montgomcry-st. south by lot no,
4, west by lot no. 10, aud north by vacant lots,
re-entered upon as the property of YY’ra. Scar
brough, for 4 quarters rent..
Eastern halt Filature lot, hounded east by Lin-
Coln-st. southby St. Julian-st. west by west Half
of said lot, and north by Brynn-st. re-entered up
on hs the property of R. Smith. for4 qunters rent
Lots no. 20 und 30, Columhia wnrd, 60 by 90
ench lot bona'ed dost by lot no. 31, south by a
lane, waft by Hubcrehum st. and north by York
street, re-entered upon as the property of the es
tate of F. Aikin, for 4 quarters rent enchlot.
Also lot No 14, Columbia wnrd, <W by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot No 13, south by State street,
west by lot No 16 and north by a lane, re-enter
ed upon ns the property of J. Davenport, for 8
Also Lot no. 15, Columbia ward, 00 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot-Ro 14, south by State street
west by lot no 16, and north by a lane re-entered
upon as the property of the estate of Thos E Lloyd
for lour quarters rent..
Also lot no 19, Columbia wnrd, (50 by 90 feet,
bounded east by lot no 20, soutli by President st
west by Columbia Square, and north by state st
re-entered upon us the property of John YVatcre,
or 4 quarters rent. '
Also lot no. 21, Columbia ward, 00 by 90 feet
bounded enst by Price st. south by York st. (vest
by lot no. 22, and north by President st. re-enter
ed upon as the property of J Hills for 7 quarters
Also lot no. 25, Columbia ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded oast by lot no. 26, south by a lane, west
by Lincoln st. and north by ’York s.C re-entered
upon us the property of Steel YVhite for 16 qusr
Lot no. 31, Columbin ward, 60 by 90 feet,
bounded ehst by lot no. 32, south by a lane, west
by lot no. 30, and north by York street, re-entered
upon ns the property of i\ PouHo, lor 4 quarters
Lot no. 34, Columbia ward, 601iy 90 feet, boun
ded enst by lot no.'33, southby South Broad st.
west by lot no. 35, und north by a lane, re-enter
ed upon us the property of Grant for two quar
Lot no. 38, Columbia ward, 00 by 90 feet,bourt
deil east by lot no 37, soutli by South Broad st.
west by lot ho 39 nnd nortli by a lane, re-entered
upon ns the property of Ann Rodmart, for 10 quar
Lot no. 4, Greeno'wnrd, 60 by 9Q feet, bounded
east by lot no. 3, south by a lone, west by Hous
ton street, and north by Broughton street, re-en
tered upon os the property of T M Woodbridge for
4 quarters rent.
Lot no. 18, Greene Ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed east by lot no. 17, soiith by President st. wesl
by Greene square, and north by State st.re-enter
ed upon as the property of J Davenport, for t
Lot no 36, Greene wnrd, 60 by 90 feet, bound-
ed east by Houston st. south by South Broad st.
West by lot no. 36, 'nnd north by ji lane, re-enter-
coupon us the property ofM Doty, for8quarters
Xot no. 40, Greene ward, 60 by 90 feet, bound
ed enst by East Broad st. south by South Broad st.
west by lot no. 39, and north by a lane, re-enter-
f-'l "P°n «»the property of the estate of Wm. At-
kerson, for 8 quarters rent.
Lot no. 5, Greene ward, 60 by 90 feet, bounded
east by Houston st. south by a lane, west by lot
no. 26, and north hy Broughton st. re-entered up
on ns the property of the estate of Geo. Myere,
for 4 quarters rent.
upon us tlie property <
Lot no. 47, Jackson.ward, 60 by 90 feet;
ded enst by lot no. 46, south by Liberty-st.
by lot no. 48, and north by n lniie, re-entii_
upon ns the property of J, R. M’Klnnon, 2|
quarters rent. 1
Lot no. 25, Brown wart?, 60 by OOfeet, 1
ed enst by lot no. 24, south by Perry-st. VestII
lot 110. 26, and north by u lane, re-entered 1
as the property of C. II. *
Au |jJ*tus.F. Durkee, npd others.
that western moiety or half lot of land
known os the lot letter thffi the City of SaVnnnah,
«vi 0 ^ e » t ^ rp ^“ rd '5°^‘ airtin e I" the whole lot,
and l 07 ^ ^ eet in length, togeth-
L^inn* ‘i US ?\i a,,d im J ,rove mcnls upon the
sa d half lot levied on as tilt* property of Marga-
T !t ^ma 5 'i an M tlC i CgU Beprescntntives of William
J. Sims, doc d under 11 rule absolute from the hon
Superior Court, in1 favor of James Roberts 0 - ’
The southern hMf °f Jot. No. 10. Yamncrnw.the
1 Pert Word ; the south-
Afinn 1 ! rn°i o' 0 ’ 3 "> Word; nnd also a tract
of land in Jcffereon County, containing 260 acres-
Lot no. 6, Greene word, 60 by 90 feet, bounded
east by lot no. 4, south by a lane, wept by lot
7, and north by Broughton st, re-entered upo.. „□
the property of J G Wilson, and Ann Belcher, for
4 quarters rent.
Lot no. 14, Grecno wnrd.CO by 00 feet,bounded
east by lot no. 16, south by State street, west by
lot no 13, and north by a lane, rc-pntcrcd upon ns
the property of Mary S Atkcreon, for 8 quarters
Lot nq. 16, Greene ward, 60 by 90. feet, bound
ed east by East Broad st. south by State st. west
by lot no. 15, and north by a lane, re-entered up
on as the property of Ann Harman, for 4 quarters
rent. / *
Lot no.' 2, Warron ward, 60 by OOfeet, bounded
g st by lot no. 3, south by a tone west by lot no. 1
und north by bay st. re-emered upon ns the pro
party oftlic estate of Wm. Woodbridge, for4 quin--
Lot nq. 3, YVarrcn wnrd, (50 by 90 feet, bounded
cast by lot no. 4, south by n lone, west by lot 110.
~, and north by Bay street, re-entered upon as the
property of A Hunter, for 8 quarters vent.
Lot no 7, Jackson ward, 00 by 90 feet, bound
edeostbyle*-- “ - - -
b >" *' mih ^road-street. J
property of tho c,t*a
6, nnd north by
Jd upon as (ho nrc
miner, for 4 quarteti rent
Lot no. 8. .luck-soil ward, 60 by 90 toot i
I enst by lot no. 9. south by atone ‘
lot no. 7, and north by South Broad-ft * ■
d upon as the property of S. Wilkins t l
quarters rent. 1 "*■
Lot no. 10, Jackson YVnrd, 60 by 90f CM
‘(J etist by YYhUuknr-st. south by u hi,',’’ 1 ;
h ,cl [
I " il l
I An I
Lots no. 21 and 22, Jackson watil, at
, Hayden, for Uqaartel
Lot no. 45, Brown ward, 60 by OOfeet, ItimnJ
ed east by lot. no. 46. south by a lane, vnuhv
no. 44, and north by Hull-street, ri-mtereA
on as tho property of the estate of L. KoUocY,3
8 quarters rent.
no. 46, Brown Word, 60 by 90 feet,...
ed east by lot no. 47, south by a lane, westh
no40, aud north bv Hull-street, re-entered’
ns (he property of the Mines Minis’s, ford
Lot No. 2, Franklin YVnrd, 60 by 90 feet,
ed east by I.ot No. 1, south by a lune, west
No. 3, and north by Buy-st. re-entered upi
property of the est.of John Course, for 12 qrs.
Lots Nos. 17 and 18, Franklin" YVard, 601
feet each, bounded east by Jefferson st. soul
8t Jiilinn-st. west by Franklin square, and m
by Bryau-st. re'entered upon ns the propeiW
S Fell, for 8 qrs. each lot.
Lot No. 31, Franklin Ward, 06 by OOfeet w
ded cast by lot No.30, South by a lane, wot
lot No. 32, and north by Coiigress-st. ro-ent
upon as tlic property of Misses Minis, lor 12
Lot No. 16, Franklin Ward, 60 bv OOfeet,
iled east by Jeflerson-st. south by ferynn-it,
by a lane, re-enter
by lot No. 15, and north by
on as the property of the cst. of F Doyle for 2 q
rent- - ’ -
Lots No. 7 and 8, Elbert YVard, <50 ly DO W
each, bounded east by lot No. 6, southby a lc
Yvest by YVest Broud-et. re-entered upon ai(
property of A Barclay, for 4 qrs. rent each lot I
Lot No. 16, Elbert YVard, 00 by 90 feet, lou«
ed east by Jefferson-st. south by Hull-st. west 1
lot No. 15, and north by n lune, re-entered
UH the property .of Ann Bond , for 4 qrs. rent.
Lots No. 21 nnd 22, Elbert YVnrd, 60 by 90 f«
ench hounded enst by Elbert square, south by V<
ry-ft- west by YVest Brond-st. and north by M‘D
noiigh-st. re-entered upon ns the property of 0.1
Lilllnridge, for4qrp. reut each lot.
Lot No. 24. Elbert YVard, 60 hy 90 feet, hour|
ed enst by Jcfferson-st. south by Perry-sl. west ;
Lot No. 23, and north by M'Donougli-st. regents
ed upon as the property of Charlott Bulloch, fit
Lot No. 30, Elbert wnrd, 60 by 90 feet, .bp
ed enst by lot No. 29, south by a Iono,-xce«i5
lot No. 31, and north by Perry-street, rE-entif
upon as the property of S. M. Bond, for 4 qn.
Lot No. 32, Elbert ward, 60 by OOfeet, Ifirn.
cd eust by lpt No 31, south by a lane, west
YVest Broa’d-strect, and north by Perry-st. re-es
teved upon hs the property oftne estate of YV’o
Shaw, forJl2 quarters rent.
Lot No. 24, Liberty ward, 00 by 90 feet,
ed enst by Jeffereon-st. south by York-st. west!
lot No. 23, uud north by President-st. re-enlrt .
upon as the property of Samuel Wilkins, for -JJ
UIIIIIIX-IS ll/IHi. .
Lot No. 25, Liberty ward, (50 by 90 feet, boimu-
ed east by Jefferson-st. south by a liftic,' wsl “J
lot No. 26, and north by York-st. re-entereu npo»
as the property of the estate of R. • Mackey, for (|
quarters rent. - 4 j
Lot No. 27, Liberty ward, 60 by 90 feet boun
ded cast hy lot No. 26, south by a laqe, west bj
lot No. 28, nn'd north by York-st. rc-cntored upo)
ns the property of the estate of R. Mackey, fort
quarters rent. . f
Lot No. 31,1.ilie. ty wnrd, 60 by 90 feet, i
cd east by lot No. 30, south by n lane, west tygl
No 32, and north by York-st. re-cntercii upon
property of the estate of John II. poubell, for
qunrtere rent. , ,
Lot No. 32, Liberty ward. 60 by 90 feet, boumi-
ed cast by lot No. 31, south by a tone,
YVcst Brond-st. anil north by York-st. rc-enterM
uiion ns tho property of tho estate of -to""
Deubell, for 12 quarters rent. .
Lot No. 36, Liberty ward, 60 by 90 feet, b«u
ed east by lot No. 36, south by South l )roa “.- '
west by (ot No. 34, and nortli by a lane, re-ente •
ed upon os the proporty of Samuel YVilkiPU, wr
quarters rent. ■
Lot No. 6, Columbia ward, <50 l>y 90 feet.bq“»
"0ed enst by lot No. 7, soutii by a Innc, wc5t 7
Nq. 6, and north by Broughton-st. rercntefe -w
on as ‘ he property of John Morel, for 4 quun
rent- , L
Lot No. 8, Columbia wnrd,60 by 90 foot, bo®*
ed east byPrice-st. south by a lane, west by' 01 -'
7, and north by Broughton-st, re-eutered
the property of Mrs. S. Dryadol, for two q
Lots no. 9 and .10 Columbia ward, 00 by^
feet each, bounded east by Pric'c-street, sout j
Statc-st. west by lot no. 11, nnd norto b^e I ^
re-entered upon as tho properly of
4 quarter rent. . f . P i l
Lot no. 13, Columbia ward, 60 by 90
bound: d cast by Habershum-st. sout.i by
West by lot no. 14, and nortli by a lane, rc-c
ed upon as the proporty ol'J. Dnvenport, to* |
p. M. STONE, c. /■
•^yiLL be sold on the first .Tuesday j
lot no. 8. south by a lane, west by lot
v. v cembcr next; in front of the WS
between the usual hours,iftlie umountol «« ■
posed by council are not paid, the follow in.. J
^ Two small buldlngs on the wcsthiilfaf^ 1 ^
ter H, Oglethorpe ward, founded east
half of said lot; west by a lone, north byjm t ( 0
Street, and south by lot letter V.lovtad^on os^,
property of Mary Garnett, to satisfy J c*® 1
issued by tho mayor of tho city,
Garnett for entertaining negroes on & %
retailing liquor witlioiit Imving a W*'