of WHARFAGE, STORAGE, DRAY-
KgeW WEIGHING, Iff SAVAMtytf,
tfjjrfftltn. 182!, and now in operation.
n.i, per day
ing Country Pro-
Jieail of totmcco
toooffrt of Lumber • ' 30
lOOOrtfve* - * *
; |S3", : £
Kttfwrt offive 1 oak* cedar and oilier
li M vy wood, sold by the solid ft. 374
100 Imslicls of corn, mid grain of nil
loobushelslime in bulk 3f>
cord of wood • *
cedar, llghtwood or oilier posts, per
jO0 logs • *
\wharfagto* Landingand Shipping Good,.
idior of a small- size, each - JO cents.
OUOlbs. and upwards - 15
„ 1200 do * . * 2
li of coffee, pimento, sugar, and oil
other bags of such size, (gram "h
wpted) each * ”
u. oi grain nnu amt *
ti\mt Milted pr »vMon§ navalj ores,
bread, apples, cider,and an kinds
of barvefs except dry goods and
of wines, and all kinds of liquor
(eider executed) dry goods in
casks exceeding 20 gallons, and
not over .13 gallons - 6
uinfs or liquors and dry goods
, ip casks under 20 gallons - 2
oxes of dry goods, and all kinds of boxes
under 4 feet square - 4
,, do do over 4 feet square 6
o. soap, candles, chocolate, cordials,
oil, mid boxes of like size • 2
a. sugar, each . . 6
Ides of corn, per 1000 - 23
If., the same as boxes.
|t> of osnnlmrgs. Ilussin duck, bagging
1 canvas, each - 2
jtsofliqaorornny kind of casks, ex-
1 cceding 130 gallons - lft
|lcs, loose, per gross - • 25
r pots, each • - 1
lesofpnnB, spades, be. each 2
hi,per lOOhuslmls - - 25
i'S not exceeding 500 lbs. eneli 20
decoding GUO lbs. not exceeding
1200 lbs. - - 35
exceeding 12(K> lbs. - - GO
lease of ail xinds, per coil - 3
npWens with covers, and lire dogs
]ier pair • • !
s of carthenxvnrc . . 8
lesc, per 100 lbs. * -2
lo per cask • • 4
firs, of 2 wheels • 3 J
Is, of two wheels * - 25
riages, of four wheels •_ §1 00
'vvindsoi and all silling flhuirs, per
dozen - - 12
s,per Ion - - 12
nuousunder 000 ilia. - 25
over 600, not over 1200 lbs 60
over 1200 lbs. - $1 0"
Jibouses - - - .25
ks, empty S
lie, each - 25
bijohns, eneli * - 1
ks and chests of drawers - 10
I Wood, per cord - - 25
“[per quintal - - 2
) of ail descriptions (except in lings)
per UK) bushels - - 25
rmrder, In bbls. of 100 lbs. each 1-d
plo. , in linlf libls. -
In kegs of 28 lbs. or under 3
, window, per 100 feet, in propor
tion for smaller - 4
■ exceeding ISO gallons of liquor
or any kind of merchandize 15
exceeding 63 and not exceeding
130 gallons - 0
•tli tile, per 1000 - 25
i, per ton . - .00
; row or tanned, per 100 - 00
f. loose, per 100 llis. - • 25
in bundles, each • 0
s of Merchandize, each • 0
of Potatoes, each * 2
p, eneli . . . 0
or Jags, each per dozen • 0
per ion - - 25
ol piiint, butter,lord, biscuit, mid
such size kegs 1
shot and leud over 50 lbs. hot over
500 lbs - . 5
| liquors of a smaller size than 20
gallons - . g
fe, per 100 bushels - 30
i per barrel - .4
Is for plastering per 1000 • 10
p, each - • 25
s, per 100 bushels 25
in ropes, per 100 ropcV 12,
. iron, cnch • 1
I Apples, per 100 *• 12,
toes per 100 bushel - _ 25
sof gin, brandy, and all kinds of li-
[ quor, exceeding 63 gallons . - 8
I do. exceeding 13n gallons 15
fler casks of wine and other liquor,
ir excepted) and dry goods in
jsks exceeding 20 gallons not ex-
jeding 63 gallons - • 5
lhisinjnrs . . « 1
Iper 100 bushels - 25
|clseach - - 1
5, quern and grind, • 2
Bermuda, per 100 . - 25
i large mill per pair - - 60
ast, utnl oilier stones, per ton 25
under 200 gallons each - 6
over 200 Ut> - " - 12
tirhndy, puncheon of rum, and nil
kinds of liquor in casks exceeding 03,
and not exceeding 130 gallons • 20
Iron per ton, first and last weekGO cents,
intervening xveeka • - 25
Every other article same as its wharfage.
Each bbl. or half bin rice • 6
Hhd. of tobacco or sugar • • - 15
Package of iiuligo - . . 8
Hale of cottoii - • - 6
Each draft of light goods, under 100 ills. 6)
do do do over 100 lbs. 12.J
dp do heavy goods under 200 6 )
dd do uo over 200 per lot) Ilia 3
For hauling up the Bluff to anv pnrt ofthecily,
artlclea not herein enumerated, for 1500 pounds
Under 1500 lbs nud not less Ilian 100
do ltMK) do do do 600
For a 1000 feet of Lumber 8
do 1000 Bricks
do cord of wood
For every bale of cotton -
do bbl. of Itice
do lilid of Tobacco
do bbl of Flour
And every other article in the same proportion;
for hauling down the Bluff, or from one wltttrf to
another exceeding 1600 lhs
Under 1600 und not less than 100 lhs
For each hale of cotton
do bbl llice
do hhd Tobacco
do bbl Flour
Ami every other article in llie same proportion.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1
DISTRICT OF GEORGIA. J
John W. Long )
vs. / Monition.
Ship Albion nnd cnrgoi )
To the Marshal of said District—
GEO. GLEN, Clerk.
W HEREAS John W. Long assignee of the un
derwriters nt Lloyds in London, in the
Kingdom of Great Britain, the supposed insurers
of the Ship Albion nud enrgo, lias exhibited his
libel or complaint, In the District Court of tile U-
nited States, fortlie District of Georgia; •dating,
alleging and propounding, that the British Ship
Albion, laden with Mahogany, Logwood, and di
vers other, articles, was, on the morning of the 15th
September last, by the force of the wind nnd
waves driven on the beach of Saint Catherines
Island, in (lie District aforesaid, and there nbun-
(joned by hercrew j and'tlint much of the cargo
has floated out of the said Ship, some pnrt of which
lias been taken by George II. Johnston, Patrick
Houston und George M. Wuldlnirg, nud by divers
other persons, to u plane of greater safety, and
(lint part thcref still lies on the bench of said
island, below high water mark exposed to the sea
That the Agent ol the underwriters at Lloyds, un
der the Impression that the said Ship nnd cargo
were insured at Lloyds, 1ms fertile benefit of all
concerned, sold the interest of the said underwrl
ters aforesaid, therein atpuhlick sale to John \V.
,ong. But the said persons, who have removed
part of the cargo to a place of greater safety,
claim to be entitled to salvage thereon, and pray
ing process of t Ids court to take the said wreck
and the said cargo, or so much thereof, qg>is to he
found within the jurisdiction of this Court, into
the custody of the Court for the benefit of the said
iibeilant, nnd all persons concerned, and praying
monition against (lie said George, Patrick, und
leorge, nnd all other persons, claiming to be en
titled to salvage tv appear and establish such their
claims and also to all persons interested to appear
and shew cause why the said wreck and her car
go shall not be adjudged to the said John \V
Long, assignee, ns aforesaid, of the underwriters
at Lloyds, and for further proceedings. Now
therefore, you the said Marshal, are hereby com
unaided to attach, seize, take, and safely keep tin
rcnmiitsjif the paid .Ship Albion and her cargo,
wheresoever within the jurisdiction of this Court,*
or in the possession of whomsoever to lie found,
to answer the snid libel, ail’d you are further com
manded to cite and admonish the said George,
Patrick, nnd George, nnd ail othpr persons, claim
ing to be entitled to salvage in this behalf to ap
pear before this Court, and there establish such
their claim and further to cite and udiimulsh all
and every person und persons, whomsoever hav
ing or pretending to have any right, title,.iutoi-cet,
property, claim or demand in, or to the snid wreck
orto the cargo'thereof, to be, nndnppearnt a spe
cial Court ot Admiralty, to lie held nt.Savannah,
on the Twelfth day of November next, to answer
the libellmitin the premises that right and justice
may lie done in this behalf. And whatsoever you
shall do, in this regard certify und make known
to the Judge of said Court,at the time and place
aforesaid ; and have you then and there this writ.
Witness the Hon. 'Jeremiah Cnylcr, Judge of
snid District, this twenty-first day of October,
ightecn hundred and twenty four.
IN!COLL Si GORDON,
All persons interested in the foregoing Monition
will take due notice. JNO. 11. MOREL, m.d.o.
.Pel 30 201
G eorgia, Chatham County—To all whom it
Whereas Elio Ajon has applied tc the lion,
the Court of Ordinary of Chatham County, tor
letters of administration on the estate nnd effects
of Mnduui ltoblen de la Jonchcre late of Chatham
County dec. in behalf of tlie.lieirs and credit' rs.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all und siiignlar the kindred nnd creditors of the
said deceased, : to file their objections (if nny.they
have) to Inc granting of the administration of the
•estate of the said dcceused to the applicant in the
Cjerk’s OI lice of the said Court, on or before the.
fifteenth day of December next; otherwise letters
of administration will bo granted.
Witness tlm Hon. one of the
Justices of the said Court, (he IStliday of Novem
ber, *A. D. 1824. S. M. BOND, c c o.
Bov 15 213
Dr. A. DE LAUOCHE.
Opposite, the Exchange, Savannah.
[S constantly receiving fresh supplies of gen-
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
selected for Country Merchants and l’liysieians,
which lie will sell lor casli or approved credit nt
the lowest City price.
SULPHA TE of QUIN IN A.
oct 16 190
Medicine Ware House.
LAY Sf HENDRICKSON,
Wholesale nnd Retail Chemists nnd Druggists
jYo. 1. Shad's Buildings, Corner of Congress and
Whitaker Streets, Savannah.
H AVE constantly on hand a very general us
DYE STUFFS AND FAINTS,
PERFUMERY, i$*C. <$’<’•
Agrent variety of Anuthocnries Glass Ware such
as wide and narrow mouth bottles, from 1 gallon
to one ounce,composition and glass mortars, glass
lamps and lamp glasses, smelling* bottles, gradua
ted measures, Apothecaries vials white ana green.
Surgeon* Instruments—Pocket sets, turnkeys,
trusses, spring and thumb lances, forccns, sntulus,
bougies, catheters, scales nnd weights, <!('<'• 4' c -
Patent Medicines—of every description, viz i
Seidlitz timl soda Powders, halm of Quito, talcin'
ed magnesia, Lees, Andersens, nnd Hoopers Pills,
Swnlms Panacea, Balsam Honey, Hntcnmns and
Churches Cough limps, Itch ointment, Tyc.
All of which are offered for sale, oirlhc most
liberal terms for cash or credit.
Jj*'l'i.S' 11. Having enlarged their Establish
moot and haying mnde such arrangements ns to
THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 1824.
Owners and Tenants of Houses
T HE Managers and Assistants of Fire Engihes
will on Monday, Hit 15Mi inst. proceed to
muke an examination of Buckets, Lndders, Sic.
throughout the City. All persons not complying
with the following sections of nu Ordinance for
preventing accidents by Fire kc. will be returned
See. 10. And be it further ordained, That event
house within the limits and Jurisdiction of this
City, occupied and tenanted, shall be supplied
with buckets nt the expense of the owners of
said premises, to the number of nt least the num
ber of five-places in the same, including such ns
are in the out-buildings, nnd the said tmckntsslmll
lie equal in goodness midsize to those procured
for the use of the City,and painted,on which shall
be painted In visible characters the name of the
T HE undersigned have resumed their business
nt their old stand, in Bull street; opposite
Judge Cuyler’* House, and will execute orders in
the neatest manner for Marble
HEARTH, BUILDING STONES, &c.
Or any otiicr work In their line of business—
All orders from the country and city will lie
thankfully received, nnd promptly attended to,
| und executed on short notice.
MOORE &, LYMAN.
nov 6 ||208—1 m
owners of said buckets ; nr din case the owner of I Superior OOlirt—CIlUtluilU COUfltV.
any house or tenement should refuse or neglect Thomas F. Purse et. id. ' J
lo have the snhl buckets supplied agreeably to 1
tills ordinance, it shall and may be lawful for the
tenant to procure the smne, deducting it out of
8k c. 11 And be it further ordained, That the
owner of every improved wharf shall furnish
twenty bucKOts for the building or buildings on
such wharf, nnd deliver them to Managers and
Assistants of the Engines, on or before the second
meeting of Council in Julv next; and the receipt
of uny Manager or Assistant, for such buckets,
shall be deemed a full compliance with tills sec
tion, by the owner, for the number of buckets
mentioned in said receipt; And the owner of
every store ill the City, tliut 1ms no fire-place or
places nttnclicd lo the same,shall furnish two fire-
buckets for every store of such kind, and under
Mich regulations ns other landlords are by tills or
dinance required to do,
Skc. 12. And beilfurther ordained, That every
owner of a wooden house or houses, brick, or
stone house,or, houses covered with wood,occupl'
Richard R. Cuyler, ex’r
Win Shaw, deceased.
I N this case, on the suggestion in the defend
ant's answer, tlmt certain (icrsoiis not parties
to tills hill, residing in Scotland, clnim to be en
titled to a distribution of pmT of the undivided
estate of Win Slmw, deceased, nnd on motion, it
is ordered that all persons concerned do appear
before the Superior Court of Chatham County in
tlie term of January next, thon nnd there to es
tablish sueh their elnims; und in default thereof,
that the undivided estate of the said Win .Shaw,
lie distributed among the complainants agreeably
lo the decree of said Court and thut tills rule be
published once a month until tho expiration
Extract from the minutes this 7th day of June,
1824. A. B. FANNIN, Clerk,
junc 17 $t!38
lie continually receiving a fresh supply of goods, stone house,or,houses covered with wood,occupl-1 rr ———. ■—■ —--
flutter themselves that none ot the kiiulin this city, uduy (hvclliiig-hoiisrsor kitchens,shall provide! lie j KJlipCl'iOl* COIll*Vj COMlty*
ieach . . a
1 °f hinds (rice excepted) over
_ under 6ETgallons . - 6
f ks of all kinds, under 4 feet square 4
do over 4 squares - - 6
1 m ’ C!,s h g exceeding 130 gallons U-
O . r , or 0 fh c i’kinds of merchandize 15
u, brasilletlo, lignum viUe, and all
(• woods, per ton - - 25
M«nerpair . . 8
- wheels, (4.wheels) - 60
f Lr f> m proportion lo the foregoing rates
J an article is not to be found under its name
he package in which it is usually Contained,
oiiy lying on a, wharf mere than two nights, to
, fc .' ' lo a lack's storage unless landed on Sat-
f tr evening immediately preceding
r mi - to be removed Cl 1 itmd
on, per week, 8 cents Tor tho
nd last week and for each inter*
l " l 6 week - - -: 6 ce
1 Per week Z - - - C
. ,1.^0 per Week. -' - 20'
■ a cask ontaining rtfOye than 30gal-
' . . 2®
gar, molasses, fipe of gip,
2Pth October 1824,
N OTICF.—rroposnls will be received at this
Office until the loth December next, for sup
plying the Guard house with wood nnd lights—
aiid keeping the same clean—nlso, for sweeping
Olid keeping in order, the Folice office
Extract from the minutes,
SOL. COHEN, c. c. pro teni.
nr.t 29 200
29th October, 1824.
I N conformity with a resolution of Council No
tice is hereby given that oil the second regular
meeting in Nov. next, Council will proceed to
eloct a City Treasurer, to fill the vnenney occu
sionedby the decease of John I. Roberts.
Extract from tiro minutes.
SOL. COHEN, c. c.pro tem
-^rot 29 - 200
»X7.‘C Undersigned Connnittc,
vj; ti'een instructed by Council to place in
T"! a state jrf.BflWfr M F m Engines oft he city.
Tirov Will receive 1 D''(i;iosaIs froinuny competent
quirplg repairs \vilfbe (feigSed'on application
fa either of the Committee'
- (/», .
cun otlV-r grouter inducements to dealers. The
Merchant, the Vjauter, and the l’hysicinn, can
hero be supplied with almost every urticio in tho
Drug line, as their assortment will lie found exten
sive mid of the beat quality, under no cotisidera
tion whatever will the sale of impure or adultera
ted articles he promoted. The utmost enre will
lie used in th« selection of good Medicines and
will he sold ot n moderate profit. It is upon these
prmripltwionc thaUKey wit! cndeavor.to secure
patronage; All orders prompth/ executed.
'the Georgia I’atrioffand Darien Gnzettc,will
please to give this advertisements'll insertionsnnd
forward their hills for payment.
sept 28 182 ,
Ri i'islcr of Debates in Congress.
A CCORDING to an intimation heretofore given,
there will be published at tho Office of the
National intelligencer, during the next session of
Congress, and, If encouraged by the approbation
of (lie Fublic, at every session thereafter, n RE
GISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS, intend
cd to comprehend a more full Report of the Speech
es oil topics of general interest, in each House of
Congress,tlmn has ever heretofore been published,
or Ilian ran be given to the Public through tiro or
dinary and limiledchmiuehtlie columns of n news
paper. T'liis compilation will lie of the most au
tlumtic cast,printed with great regard to accuracy,
and in a form fm durable preservation.
This undertaking is not of course intended to
substitute or supercede the Reports of Delwtoijtur
the National Intelligencer, but rather, by, with
drawing Tile heavy and extended Reports from its
columns, to enable the Proprietors ot that Journal
to furnish, every day, in 'ii comprehensive form,
intelligible Reports'of the Proceedings end Dis
cussions in the day prqjteding, oil both Houses,
The “IteojBTfn" is necessarily an experiment,
but it is nn experiment the. success of which we
sec no reason to doubt. Every one who takes nn
interest in our political history, as well nsnll those
who engage inthe duties,of political life, must
have faff-arid lamented the want of a Record of
Debates in Congress, in a convenient form, with
indexes which might lend the enquirer to any suh-
t debated, and to the name of anv one wlioun-
igod in debate. Such a work would be an ele
mentary book for young pnlHiuians, and wo liave
no hesitation in asserting that the possession of
such n one, froifi the commene.ement of the exist
ing government to tills day, would boi|f immense
value to the nation, were it only to shew what has '
heretofore been said upon questions whie.li are
continually recurring for discussion, and produc
ing needless consumption of time by superfluous
'eugte. What is true of the years that have pust,
will, as soon as they are gone, be equally true of
those in which we live.
It is not only, therefore, ns a vehicle of present
information, hut also ns u book for future reference
•usa Natjomil Political Repository aud 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 pnrt of our cal
culation to realize any present profit from it. On
the contrary, we shall, in all probability, lose mo
ney by it lor a year or two, boiling that thereafter
its established character will ensure it a sufficient
patronage to make it prolitalile.
GALES k. SEATON.
Washington, September, 1824.
The publication of GALES & SEATON’S RE
G1STKR0F DEBATES IN* CONGRESS will
commence ns 'soon us the Debates nt each suc
cessive Session of Congress shall afford materials
to fill a half sheet, (8 pages.)
The work will be printed in the octavo form, on
a super royal paper, mude for the purpose, and on
abrcviertype,!udouble eolumns-^-eueli pagecom-
n ising nearly ns much matter us one of the co
lumns of the National Intelligencer.
It will contain us full und accurate Reports ns
can lie obtained of all Debates on main questions
and of all 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 liave been the
subject of Debate, such Documents, connected
with the subjects of Debate, as may be deemed
essential to enable the reader to comprehend
them, end proper indexes to the whole.
Tiie Debates ofthc next Session, it is computed
will, with the Appendix, make a volume of five
hundred pages, at least, and will be furnished to
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published, (or reserved at this Office, at the sub-
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eases of transmission beyond the liraitsofthe city
The sheets will be^ transmitted as completed
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Mention must of course lie regulated by the prepar
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The subscription will in no cusc, unless within
the city, and not then unless specially indicated-
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To non-subscribers the price will be four dol
lars, boundin boards,for*lie volume now announc
The Debates of the Session of Congress follow
ing the next, and of the first Session ofevery Con
gress, will, it is supposed, fill about one thousand
pages, or perhaps more, making oqo very large
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FIYJ5 dollars to subscribers, and six to pon-subscri
, p«t t3 iey
same with n .sufficient ladder, or have a scuttle or
door cut through the roof of such house or houses, I
large enough for a man to pass through conve
niently, under the pcnuntly of a fine not excee
ding thirty dollars.
nov 2 2(W JOHN HAUPT, Cltrlj.
J. Shinn’s Panacea
T HE subscriber, having discovered the com
position of Swaim’s celebrated Panacea
Ja.ni'.uiy Term, 1824
Anron Cleveland nnd Susun C,^
lenor courtj Chatham county*
ohn Retail )
vs. > Rule Mist. idf .
Nathan Bnker. )
O N the petition of Jno. Rolnn Mating tiro,
Nathan Baker did on the first day of May
1822. the better to secure the payment of his
certain promissory note of that dnte.for the -inn
of two thousand dollars, payable. To the i:,! Juljn
Retail, or order, on or before the 1st day of May,
1824. with interest at 7 per cent per aiiniini, by
Ids indenture, under his seal, bearing date the
day and year first aforesaid, mortgaged to the
said John lletnn, all the undivided moiety or
halt' part of all that lot of land, situate, lying and
being in the city of Savannah, and known abd
distinguished in the plan thereof by the number
one (I) Tyi .omiell lything Dnrby wni
with the Appurtenances, nnd furtni
tiie said proinissory.nptu remains
and the said mortgage in full lorco, nnd pruyini
the foreclosure oftiie said mortgage.
On motion of IV. IV. Gordon, attorney fur the
tioner, it is ordered that the said Nathfui Ra
ter do pay into this court, within twelve mouths
of this.date, the principal and interest due on
the said note nnd the cost of the snid application, ‘
or in default thereof, that (lie equity of re.ii ini',
lion of the said Nathan Baker ol nnd to the saithj..
mortgaged premises, be thenceforth und tort - er
And it is further ordered, that a copy of this
rule be served on the said Nathan Baker, at. li art
xfmonths before the time appointed lor the
me* 'lit of said money into court, or published
one of the pulilic Gazettes of this state, at
least once in every month, until the time • ap
pointed for Ilia payment thereof, and that such
further and other proceedings lie hod us are
prescribed by the statute In such case made and
Extract from the minutes this 24th May. 1824.
may 7 2 A. B. FANNIN, Clerk.
Superior court, Chatham Comity.
f Rule jYisi,
O N tiie petition of Anron Cleveland nnd Su
san C. Ids wife, wlin was Susan C. Bonn, stat
ing that Jacob Falun, before the intermarriage
of the petitioners, to wit; on tiie 22d day of June
1821, did in conjunction with one Joseph A,
lias now a supply on hand for sale—lie has redu j Scott, execute n joint bond to the snid Susan
cnii tho nrinn tWim fill Id Alt. nt* IiV fill* f! i h. «lw. I
e.e'd the price from $3 6U to f!2 50, or by the d
All cimritahle institutions in the United States,
mid tiie poor will 1>« supplied gratis.
If the citizens of thu principal cities and towns
will appoint un agent to order and distribute this
Medicine to the poor, it will be supplied.
This Medicine is celebrated for tiie cure of the
following diseases : Scorfuht nr King’s Evil, Ul
cerated or l’utrid Sore Throat, long standing
Rhcuinntic affections, Cutaneous Diseases. White
Siveiiing and Diseases of the Bones, it ml all cas
cs generally of au Ulcerous character, Hiid Chro-1 acres more
in the penal sum of four thousand dollars eondl.
tinned for the payment of two thousand dollars
with interest from dnte, on or before the first
day of Murcli then next, end that for Ihc (letter
securing the pnyment thereof, tiie said Jacob
did on the day and year first aforesaid make Ids
certain indenture of mortgage, whereby lie
mortgaged to said Susan C. all tnnt lot of ground
known and designated ns Garden lot number
thirty nine, No 39, and also, that adjoining half
pnrt of another lot known ns lot number forty
two, No 42, containing together eight and a half
, containing together eight and a half
„ or less situated to the east of the city
nic Diseases, generally arising in debilitated eon-1 of Savannah and bounded to the north west of
■tUiitiniio Iml mnm MEiiiwSallir fenm SfultSIStf n P I T ..a V«. nit a _ ,1.. ..— .1 1... I...
stitutions, but more especially from Syphilis or
nfieetions arising therefrom; Ulcers in tiro larynx,
4-c. nnd the dreadful diseases occasioned by
long and excessive use of Mercury, 4'C. It is al
so used in Diseases of the Liver.
I have within the last two years lmd an oppor
tunity of seeing several cases of very inveterate
Ulcers, which having resisted previously the re
gular modes of treutmont, Were healed by the use
of Mr. Swaim’s Pnnuccn, and 1 do believe, from
-4»t I have seen, thnt it will prove au important
remedy in Scrofulous, Vehereul and Mercurial 0 f W. W. Gordon, attorney for the
diseases. N. CHAPMAN, M. D. It js ordered that the principal and
Professor of llie Institutes and Praelice jof Physic,
in the University of Pctmsymania.
1 have employed the Panacea of Mr. Swaira 1
numerous instances, within the last three years
nnd have always found it extremely efficacious
especially in secondary Syphilis, mid Mercurial
Diseases. 1 have no hesitation in pronouncing it
Medieinc of inestimublc value.
W GIBSON, M. D.
Professor of Surgery to the Univtrstty of Penn.
JOHN SHINN, Chemist.
Philadelphia, A'ov. 17; 1823.
Each-publisher of a newspaper in the U. States,
requested to publish this advertisement once n
month, for oue year, aud send their uccounts for
y < F.ORGIA—Chatham County.—To all whom
VJT it may,concern—Whereas, WilliamP. Hunter
has applied totlie Hon. the Court of Ordinary of
Chatham County for letters of administration on
the estate nnd effects of Oliver Sturges. late of
Savannah, Merchant, dec’d in behalf of the heirs
These are therefore to cite nndadmonish all and
lingular the kindred and creditors of tiie said de
ceased, to file their objections (if any they have)
to tiie granting of the administration of the estate
of the deceased to the applicant in the Clerk's
Office of the said Court, on or before the seventh
day of Janunry next; otherwiselettersofadminis
tration will be granted.
Witness the Hon..lolinCumming, one of the
Justices of tile said Court, the 8th Dee. A. D. 1824.
dec 8 233 S. M. BOND, c c o.
Lot No 26, to the south and east by Innds be
longing to the estate of Hnmpton Lillibrldge,
nnd the west by the public road leading to
Skidnwny islnnd whereon a brick yard Is now
established and known by the name of Pahms
brick yard- thnt there is now on the said bond
or mortgage obligatory the sum of eighteen hun
dred dollars with interest from tiie 23d day of
January 1823, and praying tho foreclosure of the
equity of redemption (if tiie said Jacob and ids
heirs, executors, administrators nnd assigns in
and to the said mortgaged premises—On motion
tomey for tho petioners—
principal nnd interest due
on Tho said bend or writing obligatory together
with tiro cost of this application be. paid Into this
court within twelve mouths from tins date, or in
case of default tlmt the equity of redemption of
snid Jacob Fahm, his heirs, executors, adminis
trators and assigns be from thenceforth forever
foreclosed and tlmt such foalhcr nnd dtlier pro
ceedings be lmd thereon, as arc pursuant to the
statute in such case made nnd provided—And it
is further ordered tlmt this rule be published in
one of the Gnzettes of this state at least once a
month for twelve months, or that a ropy, be
served bn tiie defendant nt least slV month before
the time appointed for the pnyment of the mon
ey into court.
Extract from the minutes, 15th Jan. 1824.
jnnlfi 12 JOBT.BO LES.
Chatham- Superior Court,
May Term, 1824.
( 1 EORGE Johnston and others, complainants
T ri Peter Vnnbiirgh Livingston and others,
defendants, in equity in the Superior court, ot
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 tiie
state ofGcorgin, and within the United Stutes on
motion of complainants solicitor, it is ordered tlmt
the said defendant do respectively appear and an
swer the eomplniutsbill within four mouths from
he dnte of this rule. And is further ordered that
this rule be published once a week during four
monthsfrom this date in one of the public Gnzettes
of this State.
Extract from the Minutes.
A. B. FANNIN, Clerk*
june 8 134
October Term, 1824.
Nicholas J. Bayard )
vs. > Rule Nisi,
Ray Sands S
O N the petition of Nicholas J. Bayard, stating
that Ray Sands, on the fifth day of .tune eigh
teen hundred and twenty-four, for the better se
curing the pnyment of his certain bond or writing
obligatory, benring dnte the day and year afore
said, whereon he the snid Ray acknowledged him
self held and bound unto the'said Nicholas J. Bay
ard, in the. penal sum of four thousand dollars-
conditioned for the pavmet of one thousand dol,
Iiirs on or before the* first duy of October then
next, and the further sum of one thousand dollars
on the first day of January then next, did mort
gage all that tract, piece, or parcel of land, lying,
jeing and situate on Cumberland Island, in the
county of Camden, and known by the name of
Cotton Bluff, containing four hundred nnd fifty
acres, bounded on the north by lands of Sliierer,
on the south by lands of Nathaniel Green, and on
the west by salt marsh, together with the appurte
_ , - J nances—and further stating that the said sums of
These are therefore to cite and admonish all I mone y remained unpaid, nnd pray the foreclosure
and singular^the kindred and creditors " ,e I of the equity of redemption of the saidRay.
snid deceased, to file their objections, if any they 0n mot j on 0 f \y. W. Gordon, attorney for the
have, in the office of tiie Clerk of the court ol | petitioner, it is ordered that the said Ray Sands do
ordinary on or before tiie 7th day of March next, ‘ y - mt0 this court before the expiration of twelve
otherwise letters dismissory will be grouted the I jpoptlui from this date, the said several Sums of
petitioner. __ I mon ey in the condition of the said bond mention-
Witncssthe honorable George L Cope, one of 1 e( j ) together with the interest and cost, otherwise
the Justices of the said court this seventh day of I tft e equ ity of redemption of the said Ray
September, A. D. 1824. 1
S. M. BOND, c c o c c
March Tkbm, 1824.'
William Berrle )
rs. > Rule Jfiti.
John Christopher. \
O N the petition of William Berric stating
that one John ChristopheqjoC the cmmty
of Camden, being indebted to one Henry Smllor
or order in a note of hand, dated St MaryS in
said county, on the 9th October 1822, in the sum
of Five Hundred Dollars, payable with interest
from the date on the first day of Jnnmiiy t! eu
next ensuing, did mortgage to the said Henry his
heirs nnd assigns; to secure the payment of the
note aforesaid with interest on the same—n cer
tain lot of land in the town aforesaid beihg part
of lot No. 1 beginning at the west oorher of a
lot belonging to one Calvin Haye , thence rim
ing south 100 feet on St. Marys Si i t. i nee
north to Brynnt -l.east to C. Hays’ land tla-ucof
south to the beginning, with the margin utta
to the same on the south side of St- Mar
Bay st. being a hundred feet on tiie street ni
i-mming from thence directly to the river fit.
Marys, together with nil and'singular every, thing
thereto.appertaining,that thesaid 1 Tci.i-y fimlnter,
to whom and to whose heirs and.assigns the sii : d
mortgage was made on the 24th of Sept. 18 *
July assigned by deed, said mortgage to tLi pej
titioner, there is now due on snid mortgage the
sum of Five Hundred Dollars with interest n-odj,
the 1st Jnnuary 1822, and praying ior tin- lore clo
sure rtf the equity of redemption, iiqtlie said dm
Christopher, his hpirs and assigns in tha
mortgaged premises and that the same ■ be
foreclosed according to law.
On motion of Bolton A Coop, attorney for pe
titioner, it is ordered that the principnf and in
terest due on the said mortgage together with
the costs of his applicants be paid Into tipis ( ouft'
within twelve months from tin's date, othn wlse
thnt the equity of redemption ofthc - .' John
Christopher ills heirs executors, ndminiMi nt >i s
and assigns be frpm thence forever fort rloscd
nnd that such other proceedings take place as a
pui-siinnt lo the statue.
And it Is further ordered flint this rule bo p
listied in one of the Gazettes of this state at r
once a month for twelve months to the time up
pointed for the payment of snid money info
A true extract from the minutes.
JOHN BAILEY, Clerk.
Jefferson, 15th March, 1824
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, >
DISTRICT OF GEORGIA, j
George Woodruff and others, "l
Pieces of Mahogany part cargo f Monition
Ship Albion j
To the Marshal of the District of Georgia
L. S. GEO.Of.r.N. Herts.
-^yHEREAS George Woodmif, Patr&
fi E0RC.IA, Chatham County.—liy the Hon.
Vi the Justices of the Inferior Court, sitting for
To all whom it may concern
Whereas John M'Nish, administrator of Isaac
Bailion, dec. hns petitioned the honorable the
Court of Ordinary to be discharged from his said
Now these are therefore to cite and admonish
nil and singular the kindred and creditorsof the
said dec.to file their objections,(if any they have)
in the Office of the Clerk of the Court of Ordina-
■y, on or before tiie second day of May next, o
herwisc letters dismissory will be grunted the pe
Witness the hon. John P. Williamson one of the
Justices of the said Court this second day of No
vember, 1824. S. M. BOND, c,
nov 2 203 "•
C '» EORG1A, Chatham County-—By the honora-
Jk blc the Justices ofthc Inferior court of Chath
am county silting for ordinary purposes.
' To nil whom it may concern.
Whearns Charles Gregory executor of Thomas
G. Davis late of Chatham county deceased has
petitioned the honorable the court of ordinary to
be discharged from his said executorship.
Sands his heirs, executors, administrators aiid as
signs, of, in and to the said mortgaged premises,
be thenceforth and forever foreclosed.
. . And it is further ordered, that this rule be pub-
SlMltolS Vanacea. I lished ill one of the Gazettes of this state at least
fTiHBl Subscribers have just received from Phil-1 once a month for twelve months, or that a copy
_L adclphiaa fresh supply of this celebrated Me- I be. served ort the said Ray Sands, at least six
dlcine, and have made such arrangements ns to months before the expiration of the time appoint-
keen a constant supply of it on hand. Persons in I ed for tiie payment of tiie said money into court,
.....J, j .1 ii. 1 nhrl *il»h further nroceedinsrs be bad as ar«
want of this article can depend upon its bciiuigsn-.j and that sdBh I
wine, as it comes direct from Mr. Swajm,:
LAY HENDRICK SOf},
Chemist and Druggists,'
. . ton and George Johnston ami Jn-ob Wald-
burg andGecyFe Wnldbtirgand Edward 1*. i’osteU
have exhibited their libel or complainl in the Dj->
trict Court of the United States fortlie Dis; riot of
Georgia aforesuld, stating and propounding (hat by
means of great labor and exertion of the muiift-.rfL-i ,
gers, und negro slaves of llie said libellants, they
liave saved and preserved pieces of Mahogany
wood, from the wreck of the British 'lliip Mb inn
which had been wrecked in the gale of the four
teenth of September last; and was driven on llie
beach of the Island of S(iint Catherines, in- (he
said District, and praying a reasonable salve ;e o
allowance therefrom. And whereas the .imlgc of
the District Court for tiie District aforesaid, hath
ordered and directed the Twelfth day of Novcin- ;
Her next, for all persons concerned, to he cited to'
appear at The Court Hou-e, in tho City, of Sevan j
nan, at ten o’clock of that day, and shew cause if
Tiny they have, why judgment should not-puss as- I
prayed: You are therefore hereby authorised and
enjoined, to cite and admonish alt persons, wlpite
ver, having, dr pretending to have, any right .title,
or interest, in or to the said Mahogany, libelled
against as aforesaid, to be, nnd appear, at the time
und place, aforesaid, before the Judge aforesaid,. . .
to hear, abide by und perform nl| and singala^;. 3 \
such judicial acts as are rietessary and by law
required to be done in the premises; and turtbor • i
to do and receive whatuntolawand justice shall'
appertain,under the pain of the luw and-cQn
tempt thereof, the-absence and contumacy fit >
them and every of them in any wise notwith- ' jj
standing. And whatsoever, you shall do in the
5 remises you shall duly certify unto the snid
udge, nt the time and placo aforesaid, together
witli these presents. \ j
Witness the Hon. Jeremiah Cuyler, Judge of the
said District Court this twenty-ninth day of Octo
ber one thousand eight hundred and twenty-
four. DAVIES &i BERRIEN, Proctor*.
AH persons interested in the foregoing Monition
will take due notice- JNO. B- MOREL, m.d.o.
Oct 20 200 .
N INE months after date, application will be
made-to the hon. the Inferior Court of Bry n
an COUnty, for,leave to sell all tho real estate of
Sardji M‘Kin.dly,-late of Bryan County dec. for
the behefit'of the heirs and creditors of said es
tate. JAMES BUTLER, Adm’r.
apil 2 §o77
be had as are
n such case made and pro-
dad. -- .
Extract from the minutes, this 25th Oct.TS24.
Sfiad’s Buildings. I - JOHN BAILEY, Clerk.
1 OCt29 809
Runaway during the last week,
A NEGRO Woman named ELSE; Sheis a talc
black woman about the age of-to, and has ».
thick white skin or film which entirely covers the.
left eye, by which she cannot be mistaken. Alt
persons ate particularly warned against employ
ing or harbouring said wench under thr penalty of
nov IQ aSLH S SaS-OX