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BOOTH SHOE STORE, J
Per brig Luna,
HINDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
Boots and Shoes ,
i top back strap Boots,
in do do.
tv arrow do.
iiis fine Shoes and Pumps,
>vs do do.
dies Silk, Sattin. Velvet, Kid,
& mnr iceo Shippers,
b-w Slippers & Children* Shoes*
nieii in nd ion tothsir former
iipiies, makes their assortment
rv extensive, which are offered
reduced prices, on the Bay,
ariy opposite the Exchange.
A. SCRIBNER &co.
April 27, 47
Nezo Drug and
> Me Bay , opposite the Ex- j
Mange, next door to Mr. A. j
Dr J. B. Berthelot,
A his friends and the public,
il lie has just received a com
c, e and handsome assortment
all kinds of
brigs, Patent and ci
ther Medicine .
td intends keeping a Stock of i
e best and freshest Articles in ‘
“line; wholesale and retail, on
amiable terms—Orders for
upping and for the country, put
i the lowest terms.
’L oilers his services as a
•IVSICI.iN, and from his long
r ac.'ice in the Art, hopes to
fjt with success in the cures he !
h! undertake—He is in posses- !
a special remedy against j
Cereal Complaints , which re- !
lilre ? no regimen of diet, and j
nny be taken at any thru; j
‘ SSe wr, without any danger I
accidents. He also possesses
ex cellent Lye-Water, of ‘
“ lcll 4 he great elfic icv has been
•itccessfullyexperienced in St.
y wj"ifr o> that he could not an
’ e . r . t! ‘ c demands for it there.
_ 51 at
, su bsc irr~To~
eceived at ti Patriot Of
fice, for toe
Bernier s Gazette,
Price of Subscription g 3
!„* ’ P -ypble huh ycarly in ad-
C OMMERCI AL AD VERTISE R.
—* - - iue jtrst J ucsdujj m fitly
WILL BE SOLD,
Ac the Csurt-honsc in the city of
Savannah, between the hours of
10 and 3 o'clock:.
All that tract of land, situate
anout two miles from S'avannah
containing 66 acres, being part of
the Fair lawn tract.
The above levied on and sold
as the property of Thomas Nor.
Alt thal Lot in Ewinsburgh
; Number twenty-five, and four
j Lots in Savannah Number 16 in
Green Ward, No. 22 in Elbert
Ward &t Nos. 5 Ft 10 in Franklin
Ward, Sold under a foreclosure
of a Mortgage, given by John I.
Gray to John Glass deceased, in
iris lifetime, Terms Cash.
Postponed from June sales.
T. ROBERTSON, S. C. C.
June 4. 58 I m
| Sheriff’s Sales,
< On the First Tuesday m July
WILL BE SOLD,
At the court-house in the city o/
Savannah, between the hours
of 10 ayd 3 o'clock,
ALL those buildings ard
improvements, on the N. W.
half part of Lot No. —, Deck
er Wad, belonging to the
heirs of Philip Minis, deceased
—formerly occupied and own
ed by Maurice LebiiF.
A fifty acre lot, known by
the number 8, the house at
present occupied by Joseph
Arnold, in Anson Ward
and three lots, being part of a
five acre lot, adjoining the
town, formerly belonging to
the estate of John Currie, dec.
j taken under execution as the
property of [ofeph Arnold, at
the flits of Benjamin Bully,
surviving copaitner and Benj.
Postponed from June Sales.
T. ROBERTSON, S. C. C.
June i. 55
j At the court-house in the city cf j
WILL BE SOLD,
On the first Tuesday in’ Judy next I
Lot No. 5, Moore Tythiug j
.Percival Ward,with the buildings j
and improvements ; taken in exe
cution as the property of the cs- •’
tate'of John WYreat, deceased, :
to satisfy a judgment in favor of !
’ Postponed from June sales
■ T. ROBERTSON, s. c. c. j
Tune 4. 58
On the first Tuesday in July next l
between the hours of ten and
WILL BE SOLD,
| At the Court house in the city cf
AH that plantation near Savan
nah, known as No. 2, and part
of No. 1, m Lairlav. r n tract, con
taining 136 acres more or . *s,
adjoining Ends of die late general
Jackson ; foreclosed as the pro
perty of James and Francis I). L.
Homaca and outers, to satisfy
a mortage due Richard ?vl.
Postponed trr m June sales,’
T. ROBERTSON, S. C. C.
June 4. 55
I H U R S 3 A Y, Jumr it, 1807.
j Sheriff’s Sales.
ON the first Tueiday in
July next, between the hours
of to and 3 o'clock Will lm
Sold, at the Couruhonfc in
the city of Savannah.
A negro man named Cupid;
taken under sundry executions
against the estate of Stephen
Postponed from June Sides.
T. ROB Eli TSON, s. c. c.
Tune 4. 58
On the first i ties lay in August
WILL BE SOLD,
At the court-house in the town of
Jefferson, Camden county, be
tween the hours of ten and th> cc
o'clock, thefollowi- g property,
JIM, Cudjoe, Frederick Will,
Frank, Somba, Violet, Juba.
Sere, Sally, Mary, Dtere, Lvdta,
Mama, Yarmna, Ooonnissa, Q,tn
shv, Mobita, Cooly and Cotnmis
sa; levied on and sold as the pro
perty ol Mrs. Marilia W. Night
ingale, on a Mortgige duly tore
closed in favor of Richard O’Dou
ntl, 29th May, 1807. Conditi
ons of sale Cash.
D. G. JONES, S. C. C:
June 3 53 2:li
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r T'HE P INTERS pf Savannah are
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ADVJtRTIiE.VIEN fS, pubalLed'y them,
unltfs they produce hi- Lt tc - of MrcSt.em.
D G JdNilS.
St. Mary’s June 4. 51 , m
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f PROSPECTUS .
Os Lewis and ClarYs tour to
the Pacific Ocean, through the
interior of the cont’nent of
North America, performed bv
order of the Government cf
the United States, during the
years 1804, 1805 & 1806.
| I nts work will he prepared
) by captain Meriwether Lewis,
and will be divided into two
parts, the whole comprised in
I hree Volumes, octavo, con
, laminins? Tom four to fir J
hundred pages, each; printed
on good p iper, and a fair Pica
tipe. Ihe 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 Txm Volumes.
Volume first Will contain
a narrative of the voyage,with a
description of some of (he most
remarkable places in those hi
. I . • , . r-
theno unknown wilds cf Ame
rica. accompanied bv a Map of
good size, atm embellished with
a view of the great Cataract of
the Missouri, the plan, on a large
scale, of the connected falls of
tha. river, as also, of those of
the falls, nar rows anti gteat rt
nids of the Columbia, with their
several portages. For the in
formation of future vovagers,
there will be added in the sect .el
cf this volume, some observati
ons and remaiks on the naviga
tion of the Missouri and Colum
bia rivers, pointing out the p'e
catjt 10ns which must necessarily
be taken, in older to in-u;c suc
cess, logethei with an itinerancy
of the most direct and practica
ble route across the continent of
North Ameiica, from the con
fl t< nre ol the Missouri and ftlis
stssipi livers to the discharge
of the Columbia into the Pacific
properly appci tarns to geography
—embracing a de -trip ion td he
• ivci i, mountains, climrut, soil
and la eof tue count: v; a view
ol the Indian nations di-unbu ed
over that ia:,t region, shewing i
then 11 ud>l ion-., in.id’s, manners, 1
customs, national chanty ter, sta
tute, complexions, dress, duel
lings, arms, and dtr.nertte uten
sils, with many other interesting
particulars in relation to them
1 Also, observations and i fi.-eti
ons on the subjects of civilizing,
governing, and maimaming a I
Iriendly intercourse with those
nations. A view of the lur tr.,de
ol North America, setting forth a
plan tor its extension, and shew
ing the immense advantages w hich
would accrue to the mercantile
interests of tiie United Slates, by
combining the smug with a direct
trade to me Last Indies, through
the continent of North America.,
Tins volume will be embellished 1
with a number of plates, illijstra- |
live ot the dress and general n p- 1
pearance of such Indian nations as ;
differ niatersaiiv frimieach other; |
of their habitations, then- wea- [
pens and habiliments used in war; j
their hunting and fishing appara- J
tus, domestic utensils, cie. in j
an appendix there will also be gi- 1
ven a diary ol the weadiei, kept j
with great attention throughout
the wnole ot the voyage, shew”
mg also (tit! daily rise ami tali 01
the principal v,uterACOUises wh.c h
were navmuted iti ilia course u
Part the second —in one Volume
This part of the work will b •
confined exclusively to scienuuc
research, and prim ipally to the
natural history of tfio-c hitherto
[W'Honr Number 260.
unknown regions. It will ron-
Fi'tn a full itissertation on sncfi
i s’nhji els as have fallen within the
notice if the audior, and which
ntay properly b- iisiiibntcd up.
der tin >*■-ul; of bo - an- , mineral
ogv, and z oiogv, together wjifi
some strieuirys im tlieongin oS
the I’rairie-, tin-cai.se of ti eni-uL
diness of the Missouri, of voh a
mc appeara-’cn-, and n.-turai piu>
norncn.i, which ,v. r.- m t w:tfi m
‘he course • f this interesting t 0!lf
—This v- In me will also contain a
com par five view 0 twenty, ti-ree
vocabularies of distinct Intiian
languages, procured i> v captains
Lewis and Clark on the voyage
mid will i>e 01 naiticitted ami nit
bellished with a much greater
number of plates than will i H - fi e .
stowed cii the first part of tbc
work, as it is intended that every
subject of natural history which
is entirely new, and cf which
there are a considerable number,
sliall be accompanied by an up.
propiiare t ngraving illustrative of
This distribution of tlie work
lias been nt ale with a vi<*,v 10 the
.accommodation of every descrip
tion of readers, and is lure olf.V
<:d to the p. tsoiLigc cf the rubric
in sueh shape, iliat ail persons
wishing to become sttbstribi is,
mtv accommodate theinvo e;
w iili eitii rof the parts, or the
on tiro u <>rk, as iI; siiaii be uio.-t
convenient to tliemscives.
Detached tioui tics work tlu-rc
will be puUiis.hcd on a large-case,
••’soon as a suffice nt number of
s ibscribers can be ob amed .0 dt
tiay tin- expellee,
MAP of NOR
Ft oo long. 9 deg. IV te t c Paci
fic 0 can, and between 36 an--
and 5 2 ,Y /at.
E nor iti* g ail their late disco
verii's, and 1 not p.-rt 1 f hie 1 out -
iiciii fieri-tofore li:e 1.-,ist kn.*-. 1.
l itis map will lv- co; 11,:| -,| , a
Fit’ fi SI ()i,|jis HOW .1 II ,i, \i J
j ufi ishcu tis in m. )uiscri|)i, from
the cullerm>: it: ot'.uaiioti of iiiu
be::: 1 - ornc.il irav e||, rs tiiruUgil
tue various portions of ili.it regi
on, and conetted w: a series ..f
sivef.il fiiuulied 1:1 usual 1 i.i-i'r
vations, inadu !>v c.ipt. Lewis ily-
T lll<r hi-, late tout .
h'"‘ ‘‘te convenience offtibscri
bets, tin se works dl be tic-liver
'll at tlie most r spcctable i om
tnercial leans, imil at Ute seals -of
LO.’ceiol nt of ! tie icspecliv,-
siarc.’ ami tomiorics witfitn the
union: No advin c- is 1. c ni'c:.,
nor wil |.0> incut b re-, m ■.! u -.-
ill sue'-. Ueliviuy is 11 j’- ■ .
Ix"o a lug in.it considerable
proportion of the cxpei.cc of sue a
publications ilep'-nos t>;i toe 1,1-
gravings vii.( h eii’ i >vj, , !:,h in- ii-cnt
tlu-m, and tmt tin*, precise nm:u
her of suc/i e;>r.vi,:gs, partieu
i'.ily as it re gams 1 1: .second j},i.-t
of (lie work, t.uV'e net y 1 Ot en
si tiled: it is liilhctilt lor Uie author
•it tiliS IllOUlClli to i..\ u i’ll
them —he thereinre decian sly
the public, tliitt his late voyage
was not taken with a v iew to pe
cuniary advantages, ami pledges
himself that tee estimate win h
the will in tins liitam.es s< t ( n s
t rury labours,d all be of tic m t
modera’.e description; 1 is piaiHi
p.v! reasyn indeed tv p, nposuig
a sub en pi tpn at all, is, that he
itl*tV be 1 miffed to lorm some <s
imate ot the m,.in>„-r of copies
10 be rut I: *.lf.
Editors of-Fublic Prints m
t e United States, di ju>£et! to .. *.t
I e puhlicatio 1 ol tins wo. k, ae
etine-.ie-.l ;-j :>.ve ti:o i.>r </ m<.
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