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is fine Shoes and Pumps,
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ies Silk, Sattin, Velvet, Kid,
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ich in addition to their former
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(uced prices, on the Bay,
y opposite the Exchange.
A. SCRIBNER &co.
pril 27, 47
New Drug and
the Bay, opposite the Ex
tnge,, next door to Air. A.
KJ* B. Berthe! ot,
ESI'EC TFuLLY informs
his friends and the public,
he has just received a com-
E and handsome assortment
li kinds of
ugs, Patent and 0-
ther Medicine ,
intends keeping a (stock of
fcstand freshest Articles in
>*; wholesale and retail, on
table terms—Orders for
ping and for the country, put
’* lowest terms.
* °ueri his services as a
WCIaN, and from his long
Slce in the Art, hopes to
Uith success in the cures he
ondertake—He is in posses
°f a special remedy against
Complaints, which re-
J 5 n o regimen of diet, and
®tnay be taken at any time
Vcr , without any danger
tc 'dents. He also possesses
e xctlleit Eye-Water, of
‘ l l |e great efficacy has been
experienced in St.
that he could not uu
(,||e demands (or it tin re.
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wmers Gazette ,
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At the court-house in the county o f
M- Tntosh, between the hours
of ten and three o'clnrf the fol
lowing property , viz.
ONE tract of land, lying in
Liberty countv, containing
18T aerts, more or less,bound
ed westwardiy on Wm. Carr’s,
southwardly on marshes of north
Four likely Negroes, viz.
Habersham, Jack, Maria, and
Child; levied on by virtue of
sundry executions, against the
estate of Samuel Hastings, dec.
pointed out bv the plaintiffs.
A likely dark bay horse; levi
ed on as the property of William
Timmons, to satisfy an executi.
on in favor of John H. Breton,
pointed out bv the defendant.
A likely negro fellow named
Jerry; levied on as the property
of Abraham F. Powell, to #a.
tisfy an execution in favor of
Keen and Stiiwell, pointed out
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ON the first Tuesday in June
next , WILL BE SOLD, at the
Court-House in AElntosh coun
ty between the hours of \0 3
, o’clock. The following proper
hundred acres land
. more or less, situate Iv'tng &
being in the county of M‘lntosh
granted to Murdoch M‘Leod
senr. old survey, seized and tak
en under execution as the proper
ty of Murdoch M‘Leod Jr. at the
suit of Edward Teal. Condi
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May Ist. 49
Notice is hereby Given.
THAT after the expiration of
nine months from the date
hereof, application will he made
to the honorable the inferior
court of Chatham county, for
j leave to sell the following lots &
| tracts of land, being the real es
tate of Mrs. BarbSry Wright,
late of the city of Savannah (wi
dow) deceased, for the benefit of |
the heirs, viz.
One lot in the city of Savannah; ]
60 feet in front, and 40 feet in j
depth, known by the number 2. in
Tylhing, Heathcote ward.
One lot in Yamacraiv, known
by the number 10, being 9b feet
wide, and 100 feet in depth,
bounded to the west on Farm
A tract of 100 acres of Land j
on Buck-Head, in Burke, coun
ty, adjoining Davis Austin, at
the time of the original survey
Wm. WRIGHT, Adm’r.
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April 9. 43 lam 9m
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persons, from this date, to
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J. A. MORUICE.
j April 13 43 f
M O N D A Y, May 25, 1807.
For one or More Years.
r I TIE large and commodious
1- HOUSE, lately occupied
by Mrs. Biair, as a Boarding
House , corner of Franklin square
and Bryan street. It contains ten
rooms, has a go M stable, and o.
tired* necessary out buildings—For
terms annlv at this office.
March 5. 33 ts
TWO Runaway Negroes,
one an African born, calls himself
TOM, he is a tail, slim fellow,
between 25 and 30 rears of age;
the other a country born, calls
himself PETER, a stout, well
set fellow, nearly the same age.
Note—These Negroes were
advertised by Robert Powers, Es
quire, late of M‘lntosh county, in
a Charleston paper, (The Times)
and in the Georgia Republican.
The owner or owners can have
them by applying to
East Florida, opposite the
Town of St. Mary's.
Martin’s Island, )
March 19. \ “ 6 6m
Qfh These Negroes were ad
vertised nearly two years since.
A Young Man,
Lately from the Welt-In
dies, wishes a situation as
SUPERCARGO, to the Wcst
ludies, or any port of Europe—
A line directed to G. L. and left
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LEWIS fc? CLARK’S
TOUR to the Pacific Ocean,
through the continent of North
America, now preparing for
the Press, by Capt. Meriwe
ther Lewis, in three volumes j
Are Received at this Office
HQPF’s Edition o f
Do mestic Medicine.
(Norv publishing in Charleston J
To which are added,
Observations on Diet ,
Advice to Mothers ,
By William Buchan, M. D. Fel’
low of the Royal College of
(VT* As the Vaccination , or
Cow-Fox , has become an impor
tant Branch in the Medical Art,
this Edition will contain the best
information on this head.
1 he Advice to Mothers, which
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Price of Sub <*-iptimi,
Apprentices s Inden
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Blank Bills of Sale,
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Os Levi.* and Clark’s tour to
the Pacific Ocean, through the
interior of the continent of
North America, performed by
order of the Government cf
the United States, during the
years 1804, 1805 & 1806.
This work will be prepared
by captain Meriwether Lewis,
and will be divided into two
parts, the whole comprised in
Three Volumes, octavo, con
tainining from four to five
hundred pages, each; printed
on good paper, and a fair Pica
tvpe. The several vol
umes in succession will
be put to press at as early
periods as the avocations of
the author will permit him to
prepare them for publication.
Part the First —in Two Volumes.
VotUME first —Will contain
a narrative of the voyage,with a
description of some of the most
remarkable places in those hi
therto unknown wilds of Ame
rica, accompanied by a Map of
good size, anu embellished with
! a view of the great Cataract of
the Missouri, the plan, on a large
scale, of the connected falls of
tha'c river, as also, of those of
the falls, narrows and great •* 1-
pids of the Columbia, with their
several portages. For the in
formation of future voyagers,
there wiil he added in the sequel
of this volume, some observati
ons and remaiks on the naviga
tion of the Missouri and Colum
bia rivers, pointing out the pre
cautions which must necessarily
be taken, in order to insure suc
cess, together with an itinerancy
of the most direct and practica
ble route across the continent ot
North America, from the con
fluence of the Missouri and Mis
sissipi rivers to the discharge
of the Columbia into the Pacific
Volume second —Whatever
properly appertains to geography
—embracing a description of the
rivers, mountains, climate, soil
and face of the country; a view
of the Indian nations distributed
over that vast region, shewing
their traditions, habits, manners,
customs, national character, sta
! ture, complexions, dress, dwel
lings, arms, and domestic uten
sils, with si/anv other interesting
particulars in relation to them—
Also, observations and reflecti
ons on the subjects of civilizing,
governing, and maintaining a
friendly intercourse with those
nations. A view of the fur trade
ot North America, setting fortli a
plan for its extension, and shew
ing the immense ad vantages which
would accrue to the mercantile
interests of the United States, by
combining the same with a direct
trade to the East Indies, through j
the continent of North America. I
This volume will be embellished
with a number of plates, illustra
tive of the dress and general ap
pearance ot such Indian nations as
differ materially from each other;
of their habitations, thoir wea
pons and habiliments used in war;
their hunting and fishing appara
tus, domestic utensils, txc. Jll
an appendix there will also be gi
ven a diary of tiie weather, kept
with great attention throughou
the wnole of the voyage, shew
ing also the daily rise and fall o.
the principal water-courses willed
were navigated in the course o
1 he saxie.
Part the second—\n one Volume
This part of the work wiil I)
confined exclusively to scientifi
research, and principally to <h
natural history 01 those hitherto
[ W hole Number 255.
unknown regions. It will con.
tain a full dissertation on such
subjects as have fallen within the
notice of ti e author, and which
may properly be distributed un
tier the heads ot botanv, mineral
ogy’ and zoology, together with
some strictures on the origin of
the Prairies, the cause of tlie mud.
dmess of the Missouri, of volca
nic appearances, and natural phe
nomena, which were met with in
the course of this interesting tour
’ This volume will also contain a
comparative view of twenty-tliree
vocabularies of distinct ‘lndian
languages, procured bv captains
Lewis and Clark on the voyage
and will be ornamented and em
bellished with a much greater
number of plates than will be be
stowed on the first part of the
work, as it L intended that every
subject of natural history which
is entirely ijew, and of which
there are a tjonsiderable number,
shall be accompanied by an ap
propriate engraving illustrative of
iL • \
This distribution of the work
has been nudfi with a view ;o the
accommodation of fcvory descrip
tion of readers, and is hero offer
ed to the patronage of the public
in such shape, that all persons
wishing lo become subscribers,
may accommodate themselves
with either or the parts, or the
entire work, as it shall be most
convenient to themselves.
Detached from this work there
will he published on a large scale,
as soon as a sufficient number of
subscribers can be obtained to de
fray the expellee,
Lewis & Clark’s
MAP of NORTH AMERICA.
From long. 9 deg. W. to the Paci
fic Ocean, and between 36 deer’
and 5 2 N. /at.
Embracing all thcSK&fc disco,
veries, and that part of die conti
nent heretofore the least known.
1 his map will be compiled from
the best maps now extant as well
published as in manuscript, from
tile collective information of the
best informed travellers through
the various portions of that regi
on, and corrected bv a series of
several hundred celestial obser
vations, made by capt. Lewis du
ring hi s late tour.
For tiie convenience of subteri
liers, these works will be deliver
t‘d at the most respectable com
mercial towns, and at the scats of
government cf the respective
states and territories within the
union; No advance is required,
nor will payment bn required un
til such delivery is made.
Knowing that a considerable
proportion of the expence of Ach
publications depends on the en
gravings which embellish or form
them, and that the precise ihiisu
her ot such engravings, particu
larly as it regards the second pa*'t
| of the work, have not yet been
j settled: it is difficult lor the author
I ;lt this moment to fix a price on
them—he therefore declares to
the public, that Ins late voyage
was not taken with a view to pe
cuniary aa vantages, and pledges
Inmselt that the estimate winch
lie will in tins instance set on his
literary labours,shall be of the most
moderate description; his princi
pal reason indeed (or proposing
asub cription at ail, is, that lie
may be enabled to form some cs
ijnrate or the number ol copies
to be struck <>(]'.
Editors of Public Prints in
the United States, di post'd u, aid
‘he publication of tins vv. rk, are
lequestel 10 give tile I r amim a
ew insutiou .
Blank Manifests &c.
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