By J. B. Herbert.
On Monday 9lh November licit,
gt 11 o'clock, will bo sold at tho house
formerly occupied .by Mr* Sarah Da I*
i Motto, [’resident street,'Bit tho household
. CONSISTING or
A large Extension pining Tuble,
Crockory and Glass Ware,
Shovel and Tongs.
Sold by permission of the Honorable the
Court of Urdiuary, and by order ofdhc
aeptS Teams cash.
On the tint Tuesday in December next.
«'S7T1.L be sold befor# the Couit bouse
|n Savannah between the usual
hums .of sale.
All the eastern tenement of (trick buil
dings on lot No R Darby WardjHouse and
-lot No H4 Columbia Ward; lot and boil
dings No IS, Carpenters Row, Lot Not)
and improvement,~ Decker ward and lot
No 10 and halt the improvements Decker
Ward, all in the city of Savannah; being
part of the real estate of .Jusiah l’eufleld,
late of Savannah dec’d,
Sold by permissinn of the Court of Or
dinary of Chatham County—for the bene
fit of thu hews and creditors. Conditions
JOS. GUMMING,» Ex’.irs of Josiah
S. C. DUNING. J Ponlicld.
net l 800 .
On the first Tuosday in November next,
W ILL be sold at the Court House in
llicehoro .Liberty County between
the usual hours olSale the follow ing prop
One negro boy named tlaxxnrd levied
on as-the property ol Thomas S,. Midi to
satisfy an execution issued under the fore
closure of a moilgagoin favor of William
U. MF.I.l., s. l. c.
sept 6 109 *
On the first Tuesday in January nett.
W ILL he sold before the Court House
in Bulloch. County between
fi nsu.il hours of sale.
Ail the lands belonging to the estate of
. -Isaac Waters, sold by nrdoi of the Justices
of the Inferior Court of said county, for
■ the benefit of the heirs and crcdiioi s of said
JOHN WATERS. Adrn’r.
sept It 18lf
On the first Tuesday in December-next. .
W ILL be sold before the Court house
In Effingham'eounty between the
-usual hours of sale.
Tho real estate of Wnt II. Womack de
ceased, consisting of several tracts of land,
in said county, being on both sides of the
Louisville road—containing file hundred
and seventy acres, for tho benefit ol the
The above property sold by order of Oio
. Inferior Court of said county, sitting fot
WM. A. PREVATT.
Administrator in right of Ids wife.
SARAH PREVATT, Adin'x.
sept 18 IDS*
TJROPfJBALS will ba cc'celvcd until
..I. the 1st of December noxt, for build
ing nu A asstt AL of Briok on tho Lot op
posite tho Guntd House, 60 feet front ny
40 feet deep, two stories high, In accord
ance with a plan in possession of the un
The proposals must indudo tho cost of
materials; tho work must be done in tho
best maimer, and must be finished by the
1st day of May 1830. The llricklnyors' &
Carpenter’s proposals may bo separate or
jointly—the latter would be profoi red.
A Bond of Ten Thousand Dollnrs with
approved security will bo required, for the
fuithful performance of the contract.
W.'T. WILLIAMS. Agent.
aug 1 1781T
The stores near Market square
occupied by Ebcnezer Jenckes.
Possession given the 1st Nov,
for terms enquite of
That convenient House in ]
Columbia .Ward belonging to
John F I.lovd, at present oc-
cupitid by Mis. Stiles. If not
disposed of by the t Sill October it will then
bo rented. For particulars apply to
JAMES O. WILSON-
sept 13 103 ,
For Sale or,to Rent.
The subscriber \visbes eitli-:
er to soil* or rent for one year I
from Ilia 1st of November next,
ibis House, situated on Coltun-.
“ s ® I bia Square, corqpr of York and tluher
1 >e shunt Streets—a carriage house and stable,
with oliter outbuildings, are attached. toi|
sept 8 100t
Blankets, plains, &c,
R ECEIVED by Barque Artnldlllo,
and schr Oregon.
Sup 8-4 Kr. Blankets
Point do du a new gc superior
article lor plantation use
8-4 Doflle Blankets
8-4 to 13-4 lloso do
- 4-4 Domestic Plains
3-4 & 4 4 do Plaids & Stripes
do do Check*
Blue Si Mixed Satinetts
English &|Am. do
Bine, Green, Brown Si 11 Ik Circas
_ •* “ *' " Rombnzctt*
Marseilles, Valontta, Swansdown and
and Marsuillcs Knotted Guilts
A General Assortment of
Cotton and Woolen Hosiery
I.innens and Lawns
Silk rind Cotton Umbrellas
No. 3 Si 14 Gibbous Block.
Fifty Dollars Reward.
A B8ENTED himself on the 13th ult
my uinlattn servant man JIM ho has
been since in Suvnnuali. Fifty dollnis
w ill he paid on proof to conviction of-hls
being harbored bv a while person, or twen
ty dollars if liy a coloicd person, or ten
TRACT of land containing 250
crcs, situate in the district of Oi-1 dollars for his delivery in Jail. Alimas
ugebiirgh, on Edisto creek in the state of,I tors and owners of vessels are cautioned
South Carolina, bounding nottli on lands I not to receive him on tiunrd, as every oxer-
of Daniel Mazyck, and snuth and west on I lion will be made to detect them, and the
"he said creek. I law inforced. JIM is a small size-man,
For u plat of said land, and terms of ilatc,> [ 22 or 3 years old, well made and thick for
F.x'or. est. of John Glen.
On the first Tuesilay in November next.
W ILL be sold before the Court house
in the city of Savannah, between
The usual hours of salo.
A portion of tho furniture of iho'Gity
Hotel, comprising tallies, chairs, beds,
bedding, bedsteads, crockery and silver
ware, knives and forks, kitciien utensils,
>Si.c.— levied on under and bv virtue of an
'execution on foreclosure—T. M. Driscoll
vs II. W. Lubbock.
oct 8 GEO. MILLEN,«te. c.
The Post-Master General,
Eleazcr E.uly, and others „
In the fllk Circuit Court U’S. District oj
Georgia, to Slay Term, 18*0.
A N action of debt on bond having been
instituted in the above- case liy the
Post-Master General of the United States;
against Eleazcr Early, Sheldon C. Dun
ning, Samuel Nicholas, and F. If. Well
Ins height, smiles w hen sunken to, one or
botii -of bis cars arc bnfed, lie is passing
himself ns a free man,lie w ore a white hat,
dark Suttiiiett short coat, lias a red Plaid
Cnmlilet Cloak and other clmlung, with
him. n*n liy wears a round jacket of
dark Satllnetl. WM ROBARTS.
Riccboro, Liberty co. 5th of October 1829.
P. S. The above fellow JIM, has been
seen lurking about the streets of Savannah,
within tile Inst live or six days.
oet 8 202rt
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE
Colltinu-1 "I*"’ “"d service l'»*i»g been effected on \HoU8C, Sign, Furniture A*
all the defendants, exceut Samuel Niclio- I 'Sh ’p " / '
all the defendants, except Samuel Nicho
las, who, the Marshal retusns, is not to be
found in this District—On motion of the
District Attorney, .It it Ordered, that the
said Samuel Nicholas be, and ho is hereby'
cited tVappo.tr nt the office ol the Clerk ol
■aid Court on or beforo the first Monday in
November next, being lit?'Rules day of
said Court for said month, then and there
PAIN T I N G,
IING, GLAZING AND PAPER
T HE tnliscfiber• grateful for former
favors, after a residence of ten years,
tendcro his services to the publio hi the a-
A great Bargain on a long
T HE subscriber Is anxious to sell the
foliowing valuable lands, or any of
them, and will sell on good tornis, and give
five yoars to pay for the same j and If not
sold, by tho first Tuesilay In Docombor
noxt, will offer them on that day at Mil-
lotlgevillo, to the highest bidder, on tho
above terms—the propci ly to stand its own
That "well knoVn placo called Codar
Shoals, in Nowlon county, throe miles from
Covington, on tho rivet, uliove Macon.—
On the premises there arc a good dwell
ing house, Ini go barn, stables, out houses,
store-house, with two good giist and two
saw mills, gm house, 50 saw gin thresher,
and about 75 acres of open land, iu a nice
state of cultivation. This plucn contains
six hundred and soven acres of land, and
owns the pine timber on six hundred acres
more. The shoal is said by good judges
to be equal to any. shoal in tho Union for
any kind of nutchincrV requiring water
power. By nature this shoal is'io eonstrud-
ted, as to be free front ail incnnvenioncc oi
danger from the highest freshets, and al
ways has a sufficiency of water.
Also, 1200 acres of land, 18 miles from
Athens, nnd 10 miles from Monroe, Walton
county, on the Appnlatohio river, with a-
bout 200 acres of open land ; part of tho
wood land is of a superior quality. The
place Is well watered with branches and
fine springs; has on It a gin which is car
ried by water, nnd is supposed to be as
healthy as any pattnf tho Slate; part of
this is fine red land for wheat.
Also, 250 anres of land, directly on tho
road front Covington to Madison', 4 miles
tram Covington. 'Tips is a beautiful le
vel picco of land, a handsome plncc to live,
within two miles of the fine nourishing \-
endemy of Jefferson, in n good neighbor
hood : there nre about 40 acres of open
land, and in a fine state of cultivation.
Also, n beautiful front lot on the squnre
Covington, with Iwo Imiiscs, where
(McNeil Si Batts, merchants, do business,
nnd wlierotlie ltcv. John .lours now. lives.
This is as desirable n stniul as is in (he vil
lage -for doing business.
Also the following unimproved lots:
No. 83, in the lltli District of Houston
No. 39, in 1st District of Monroe, now
No. IU, in Otlt District.Habershamcoun-
—drawn by Benjamin Kenoday.
No. 70, (noth District Henry county, n
beautiful level pieco of land—drawn by,
Tames II. Wilkinson, of .Screven county.
No. 70, in 5th District Henry, now Fay
No. 25t, in Silt District, Henry.
No. 239, in Hie 1st IHstriat of Coweta,
With several other lots in Cnrroll, Musco
gee, Troup nnd Lee Counties, which are
now offered on good terms. Persons wish
ing to settle in Hie above tract of onnntry,
on improved rir unimproved land, will find
it to tlieir interest to examine those lands,
and call on
SAMUEL l. BRYAN.
N_ B.—The titles are all clear nnd tin
e 20 145
H EREAFTER the Savannah Libra
ry will bo opened for tho deliver’ ol
Bonks evory Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M.
Individuals not share holdors can nave
the use of the Library on the billowing
For onn year, by paying ' f W
” six months, “ 8
” any loss period, nt the rote ol 2
por month ‘
WM. MOREL, Librarian.
T HE Wharf I,nt No4 and Dock, well
calculated for u WOOD YARD,
or SHIP CARPENTER, For terms npplv
to JOHN W. ANDERSON,
sept <8 198cm
lo all Whom ltm«y concern
•jVhststl. fhomoa Askew, E*..'
tho estate or James J. Tim In. i' C ui
tltlouod the said Justices ti bo fc.'“Ps
from hi, said Executorship;
riiese are thcteforc to cito and
ish all and singular tho kindred ar
tors of the suld dec. to file thcir’bt
(if any they tiavo) In tho Clerk’s
tho Court of Ordinary of said Count
before tho 7th day of Janunrv *
wise letters dismissory will fa .Iff'’
tho petitioner. s*»nied i,
Witness the Hon. Ellas Fort, one or a
Justices of tho said Ooiftt il n.L?
nab the 7th day of July A n *
thousand eight hundred and’--
Yellow Pine Timber Won
HE Subscriber wHI contract lor Yel-
low Pine Timber of various lengths
and sizes, deliverable from the
September to the 1st Decomher.
WILLIAM CRABTREE, Jr
Ag't. S. S. S. Mill Co.
Wanted to hire, five able bodied Ne
sept SO 10'lt.Tf
On thefirst Tuesday in November next,
STSTlLLbe sold before the Court House
v ¥ In the City of Savannah, between
..the usual hours of sale.
All that plantation near Savannah,
known as Twecdside, containing 485 acres,
with the improvements thereon, bounded
Jiortli and North cast by Savannah river
to pie id or answer to the said ne|ion-nntf * w . v ® "*< »nd inform, them that hi. • Ej.
ft is further Ordered, that this citaliniTbe takhshmetit. ;Sign of the Hand and Brush,
published for the spare of three months in nca * , " r - Exchange, is undergoing a general
one of the Gazettes of thi9 state. l and extensive improvement, and that ho
J. CUYLEll, i District Judee. . I'as rece'red bj late arrival, a large supply
Extract from Rule Book, of •Palms, O Is. Brushes, Window Glass,
Geo. Gleiv Clerk &c * &c * "“■••Itince of a compe-
.inly 8lh, 1829. T LtftS ’ I 'em foreman, whom he has employed, wiH
■ I enable him to execute work of the, kind,
Chambers Superior Court, |®" 1 a 1 i' e “ c < i®°™ n,0,, " ll "8. term, as any person
The Marine fc'Fire In
surance Bank ol the
Slate of Georgia, et al."
and OiilowIsland, on the North-West by [-Eleazef Early,
lands belonging to Po>tell,nnd nil tliesniitli
by land, belonging to Mrs. Margaict Mac-
kay. levied on as the property of John Mo-
. fel, to satisfy executions in favor of the
iBank of Darien,Bank of tlieSfateofGeor-|
gin, Planteis Bank, and others.
Also, all lhai'lot No. (0.) six, Columbia
ward, with the improvementsiliernn.iioon-
r ’ being verified to the Court that Elea
nor Early one of (he defendants in the
above cause resides out of Chatham coun
ty—On motion it is ordered that the said
Eleazcr Early appear on or before the first
day of the next Term of this Court and en
ter hi, appearance thereto and in default
in the citv
Paints, Oils, Drushes, Window Glass,
Sashes. Paper Hangings. t(C. Sec.
Wiili a general assortment of articles In
the line alivat* kept un hand, for sale
wholesale and retail.
N. II. Points prepared for use and ditec-
lions given for using them.
orl 6 202
ded East by Nu (7,) seven, South by a lane I thereof the 'said complainant have leave to
West hy lot No. (5) five, and North by
.Broughton street. -Levied on as the prop
erty" of John Moral, to satisfy executions in
favor of ilie Bank of Darien, Bank of the
Slate of Georgia, Planters Bank, and otlf-
GEORGE MILLEN, s. c. c
• net 3 •
By J. B. Herbert.
On the first Tuesday in November noxt.
Will be sold before tile Court House in
(he city of Sa'vnnnwh between the usunl
hours of sale (if not previously disposed of
by private sale) \
A Negro Woman-raised in the country.
17. year- of age with her child 4 months old
a good bouse servant und sold for no fault.
oet It 102
W ILL be sold at the Court House of
Chatham county, on the first Tues
day iu November next, a negro liov who
>ay» his name is JI11, and that he belongs
to John Putman —he, the said negro hav
ing been in jail eighteen months and is now
offered for sale as the law directs,
JOHN I. DEWS. j. c.c.
Tax Collector’s Sale—
OiiThfe first Tuesday" in Nov. next.
W ILL be sold before the court bouse
«jn the city of Savannah’ between
the usunl hours of sale the following pro
jwrty. viz :
2500 aores of land in Camden county,
on St. Maty’s river, granted 'to Robeit
■Montlord of the following qualities:—300
acres brackish marsh; 200 iln 2d quality
"Inland swamp, 100 do<d quality hammock
qt)(1.1400 pine land—also 1150 acres of
laud in said county on the Barilla, granted
to Ilaratio Marbury, of the'followiugqiinl
Kyt—300 acres 2d quality tide swump,
TOO do oak and hickory and 700 acres pine
land, levied on as the property of tho es
tates of Robert Mont fort and Solomon
Penflletnn, to satisfy ahe state and county
taxdbr the year 1828, amount due $116 00
and costs. ^ 1
DAVID BELL, x/c. g* c.
proceed on their said Bill in the same
manner as if personal service of (tie Bill
and subpoena bad keen effected on tho sai I
Eleazer—.‘.*.d it is further ordered tha
Ibis Rule be published once a month in oiv
H AVING lieen landed from the Now
York packets ships, viz: ' *
E. At \V. Joyner, 1 bbl. liquor, J Hub
bard, 1 bundle, landed from ship Henry.
It. & ft. l bundle and & anvils, fin ship
J. Hubbard, t box, 1 cask, and 3 bun
oflhe Public GqtoitesOf Savannah Until,H 1 ”’ f "'I hl P Kmperor.
the expiration thereof.
Extract from the minutes.
ROBERT W. POOLER, Cllt.
jitne SO 153
OcTonrn 1, 1820.
T HEmverage price AfFlourdiiringthe
last month being $6 50 per lmrrel.nl
190 Ihs. Bread for the present month
must weigh as follows viz;
12 1-2 cents Ixiaf tlhs IS oz
0 1-4 “ t “ 8 1-2“
Of which all Bakers and sellersof Broad
will take due Notice.
M. W. STEWART,,c. t.
net 3 *
A LL persons having any demand, a-
gainst the extalc of Gotleib Ernst,,]
late of Effingham County, dec. will hand
them iir to the Subscriber 'duly attested
II.&C. or Holmes & Gray, 1 box* fin
E. P. Norlli, 2 boxes, from ship Helen
The above goods aro consigned to Mr.
E. lilies of this city. Any information ic
speedqg the snme-will be thankfully recei,
ved by the consignee, or
IIALL. SHATTER & TUPPElt.
A LL persons indebted to tho late Wti,
hams CtioUTT, will bo pleased to
make payment to tho subscriber; and
those having demands against (lie same
will present ilium to
Lower Three Runt, (S. C.) Sept. 7th, 1829
oct 3 • . 201
iem in to the Subscriber Tluly Attested I fTppn«ti?n _
"hintl.e time prescribed by hitv, «>d;5fl| ® ^ aft ’ r ' lilD h de( , fr ^ ^
erions indebted to said estate are reauir '
persons indebted to said estate are requir
erl to make immediate payment toTlie sub
EPHU ATM KF.IFPER,
' Admor G. Emit, dec.
Effingham County, 2d October, 1829.
Savunnnli Poor House &
V ISITING COMMITTEE for Oct.
William Tavlor and Frederick Denslcr.'
Drs Footman and A Shaft,II.
JOSEPH GUMMING, Scc’ry.
sept 29 "
Playing Cards. .
A N assortment of superior qualiry just f> er ‘y O'"*"
received and for sale by S * ‘ , s ® °"» -ore.
a . | land btMoncinc to the cstatp. nf lim
Helen Mar last voyage.
1 bbl liquor marked “Porllnnd Ram, J
Bv" consigned to Mr. J hit Bentley.
Also. Innding from ship Henry, 3 boxes
and 1 bbl liquor, marked J. II.-G. & Co.
or J. H. Cordon Si Co.,
And landed from ship Helen Mar, the
prosent voyage, 1 bbl liquor, T. & T
Neal, consigned to Messrs. Stiles Si Fan
Any information which may lead to the
recovery of tlie sanic, will lie ilmnkfull
received by the consignees, or
II ALL. .SHATTER Si TUPEER.
F OUR months after date application
will lie made to the Hon. the Justi-
At the"Eagle, no 8, Gibbons’ Range.
•W# . fW . *.'■
land belonging to the estate of Donald Fra
ser,fur the benefit oflhe heiis and cieditors
of said estate.
. , MARGARET R. FRASER,
•J0ly*5 170 Executrix.
MALLEKY & DUFFY,
DRAPERS tf TAILORS,
ON TIIE HAT,
EAST OF THE CITY HOTEL.
H AVE recelvod Ivy late arrival* from
New York n partial supply of Son-
somible Gnodx-consisting of Cloths, Cassl-
niers, Vestings, Cpats. Frock Chau,.Goa
tcos, Pants. Vests, Drawers, Shirts, lldkr,.
Cravats. Slocks, Sio. Sic.
n the Sixth Circuit Court,
United States,District of
MAY TERM, 1820.
Ralph Clay 1 Two Judgment,
vs. - > in Sixth Circuit
Tho,. Si llolit. Newell. S Court.
A RULE having been granted at the
last term of the Court, requiring the
attorney of the plaintiff of record to shew
cause why he should not .ontcr satisfaction
on the above judgments, and it now np,-
ponrlng that the payinonts'wcre made to the
plaiutiffhimself and tint to the attorney of
record. And It further appearing ihnt the
plaintiff is dead, and his logal representa
tives unknown or absent from the slate, ii
is ordered that one month's notice bo giv
en in twool the gazettes in this place, ami
one nt tile seat ol the general government
calling upon tho said personal roptesenta
lives of the said Ralph, to shew cause at
the next term of this eoutt, to wit, nu th
Thursday next after the first Monday h
November noxt, at Milloilgovillo, why su
tisfnetion should not be ordered to be en
tered by the clerk on tlm said two judg
GEORGE GLEN, Clerk.
aug 22 I82cp
North Amercnn Bieview,
W T. WILLIAMS lias ju»' receivcO
• tbe North American Review, No
85i for Octobor, ICfcD.
Irving’s Conquest of Granada ; Author-
ship of Junius’ Letters; Modern Greek
Literature Egyptian A iniquities;!) wiglu’i
Tfavel* in Germany ; Tbe American Ju
rist; Holmes's American Aunals ; Life
and Works of Canovo; Grecian aud llo
man Geography; Specimens of American
Poetry; Hosacks’Life of Do Witt Clin
ton; Captain Hall’s Travels in the United
States nnd Canada; Quarterly List of
New Publications ; Index,
District Court U. S. Geor
. AUGUST TERM. 1820.
TTjlDWARD Copnee, Charles Camp
JLi tieid, James Thompson and Laii
rence O’Hyrue having been duly summon
ed to serve as Petit Jurors al this Court,
mdfuilincto attend—Ordered that they
)c Severally fined in tbe sum of ten dollars,
mless sufficient sxcuses, on oath be filed
• n tb6 Clerk’s Office on or before tbe so
cond Tuesday in November next.
Extract from the minutes,
GEO. GLEN, C’lk
aug 15 179
"fl A BOXES Mustard
B_MJv III bbl, White Wine VIII
.7 half (Id Tongues
10 firkins Goshen Tkutetl
I.andiug front ship Helen Mar, and for file
' ,y " "" HERBERT.
Turin, hi, friends
ho has romnved
from his nld stand Shad', buildings,to tlm
corner one doni west infer* lie hns recent
ly opened and will receive by expected ar
A.Handsome Assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry
selected In New York inaiket hy an expo
rienced person, and will lie sold nt a verv
small advance fur cash or on hit usual
term, for good paper.
' sept 20'
“J 4Tfck HU 8 Portlnnd Rum (coloured,
JLhJJ Landing from ildp Helen Mb
and for sale by
HALL, SHAPTER &TUPPER.
S. M. BOND,c.e. 0 , ClC
C l EORGIA Chatham Count
If the lion, the Justices of th e
Court of Chatham County sittlnr Ar V »
middle of nary purpose,. r,j.r ni
1 i all whom it may concern
Whorons, E. 8. Rees and Til
Rice, administratur, of THhmstliMa
ceaxed ha, petitioned tho ssidSl,®
be discharged from .kelrkdniinlstr
Theso aro therefore to cite and
ish all and singular the kindred &
of said deceased to file their objei
any they hnvcjto tho g'rantir *
sory on tho cstujo of the "
'applicants, in th> Clerk's nfllee of i| t
-Court, on nr before the 7th day „r
next"; otherwise letter,,dir
Witness the Hi
the Justices of alio said
day of July, A. D. 1829.
S. M. BOND. c. e. o.
KOI A, Liberty County—S
foil, the Justices oflhe Inferior t
of Liberty County, tilling for ordinary,
To all whom it may concern.
Whereas, Min S Miller, lias applied
tho Hon the Court of Ordinary o
berty County for Letters of Ailministi
ufall nnd singular the gtJndv ami chit
rights and credits that were nr Thnmai
Miller,late of the county of ljt.etiy.
Those xre, therefore, to cite and ...
nlsh nil and singular the kindred and
ditor, of the said deceased, to file Ikti
jeetion, (If any they have) in the CL
Office of the snid'Court, on or before
0th day of Nov. next, otherwise letter,
arlmiidslration will be granted to the
Witness the Hon. W Hughes, on, o..
Jiirtii.es of the said Court, the 5tbdir
Sept. A. D. 1829
E. BAKER, c«c.o,
sept 5 * •
G eorgia, Buiioch
tbe Han. thejusticet of the
Court of Bulloch
to all wli
County, tilling J
A LL persons having demand, against
the estate nf John J. Ildcy. at* re
quested In presont them duly attested and
those indebted to said estate will make
payment forthwith to
J. CHARLTON, Adrn’r.
■sept 10 M. A. IIILRY. Adin’x.
F OUR Months after dale application
will If,* made to the Hon. tbe Justices
of the Infrtim t/Ourt of Emanuel county
for leave to sell all tbe real estate of James
Swinev, dor. for the benefit of tbe heirs and
creditors of said estate
THOM \ SWINEY, Adm’or.
inly 20 171
Received persclir Frances.
fk boxes yellow Soup
W 10 lihls Mes, Beef
10 dii prime do
For sale Ly
COHEN Si MILLER.
net 1 200
A LL person, having demands against
the estate of James L Anderson, of
Emanuel countv, will presenr them duly
attested, and those
will make iinincdiatepay
innebted to the
G EORGIA, Chatham County.—Dy
the. Hon. the Justices of the Inferior
Court of Chatham County, sitting for Or
To all whom it may concern.
Whereas, R. W. Habersham, Admlnis
trator.nf the estate of Alexander llaber
sham,late of Savannah, deceased, lias pe
titioned the said justices lo be discharged
from his said administratorship.
These are therefore to cite nnd admon
ish all and singular the kindred nnd cred
itor, of the said dec. to file their objection,
(ifnny they have) in the Clerk’s office of
the Court of Ordinary on or before the 3d
day of April next, otherwise lettor,
dismissory will be granted to the petition-
Witness the lion. Elias Fort, one of the
justices of the said Court at Savannah the
3d day of Oct A. D. 1829.
S.M. BOND, c. c. o. c. c.
oct 3 .
whom it may concern.
Whereas. Margaret llagin,"applies4
letters of administration oil the estateer
effect, of F.lhcldrrd llagin defeated, l
of Bulloch county, in behalf of theki
tired and creditor,.
l‘!t A are, therefore, to qite and adm
Ish ail aiFI singular, the kindred and a
ilor, of the said deceased to file their d
lions, Ifnny they have, in tlieclt
ficeof said court, on or before I
day of October next, otherwise letter
administration will be granted.
Witness, tbe lion. S. Williams j
oltlieJustle.es of sanl comt, the lot
of Sept, A. D. 1829.
E. KENEDY, c.Ce.f.3
sept 10 101*
G EORGIA, Liberty Count;-®
Hon. the Justices of fit Isj
Court of Liberty County, sitting Ju •
nary purposes *
To nil whom It may concern.
Whereas, Mrs, Sarah Smylie, of n
county applies to be dismissed from 1
Guardianship of John S. Fraser, t
of John E. Fraser, late of said coudy fi
These are therefore to cite and id"
Ish all aud singular the person, com*
to file their objection, (ifnny they hattjxj
my office nt Riceboro, on or beforethi.
Monday in November next, othei.iitjj
ters of dismissory will be obtained b; >
Wltncti the Hon. William
..f tbe Judges of the Court ofOrdiwr/Sl
said County, this 13th day of
E. BAKER, C.C.0.1C.
CIR. casks choice Port Wine
Just received and for sale by
-, P. MARLOW,
T uir S o VANN ^1 1, Sept ' ,8 ’ 1829
HE Owner, of Stock in the Savan
nab ‘Exchango’ are hereby notified
that agreeable to a resolution of Council
80000 of said Stock will be rodeemed on
or beforo the20tb of November next, and
that I am now prepnted to pay tho same at
W». M - Ki»TOVART„.,.
EORGIA—Chatham County Ru
Mjf the Honorable the Justices of the In
ft lor Court of Chatham county eitline
for ordinary tiurposes.
To nil whom i t may concern.
Whereas Geo. Millen lias applied to tho
Honorable tho Court of , Ordinary of
Chatham comity for letter, dismissory
on the ostate Si effects of Jno I, Seabrooit
late of said county, deceased.
These metherefnre to cite nnd admonish
all nnd singular the kindred und creditors
of suid deceased to filo their objections (if
any they have)to the granting of tho lctlors
dismissory on tho estate of tho deceased
to the applicant in the Clerk’s office of tho
said Court, on orboforo tho Both day of
Dec. noxt; otherwise letter, dismissory
will bo granted. . 1
Witness the Honorable Elias Fort, one
of the Judges of said Court, the 26lh day
of Juno, A. D. 1829
S.M. BOND,*.?, o.
_ . the fton the Justices of flu -
Court of Chatham County,sillmgju *
To alt whom it may concern’
Whereas- J antes Lanior of Sa vanatJJ
applied to the Honorable the Couit
dinnrv of Chatlinmcounty for, W 1 '™?
Administration-lie bonis linn on MU'
and effects of Duvi,I G. Sloan, lateol«“
nonnty doe. as principal creditor.
These arc therefore to cite and«
ish,nil,nnd singular the kindred ,l»e
tors of the said dec’d to file tlieir ol'jim
(if "any thev have) to the pmntin*«
administration of thecstnlc of I Haora
to the applicant in the Clerk'soW ,
the said court, on ot before the 31 “nj
Nov. next, otherwise letters admin'*" 1
will lie granted.
Witness the Hon. Elias Fart’
of the ji sticcs of said court,the 8d a ) |
October A. D. 1829
S. M. BOND, c.c.o.c f
the Hon. the Justices of th MI
XjTffie Hon. tl
Court of Effingham county s
nary purposes. _
To all whom it may concern;
Whereas, Jno C. Rnlin E**"* 1 t „g|
of tltoostato of Mathew I 101 " 1 .ijU&fl
titionod tho said Justice, to be oi ■
from bis said executorship. I
These aro theroforo to cite and tt^js I
all and singulnr the kindred andjjgl
of said deceased to file thstojWgSk I
any they have) to the grantln^ ^l
er of the said pot Honor in
ficeof the said Court, onorlf^l
day of Nov next, otherwise lc«« f
sory will bo granted. ynltAKMt&i I
Witness the hon. J W" \m I
tho Justices of said court the I
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