The times
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Title: The times
Uniform Title: Times (Hartford, Conn. 1817)
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: F.D. Bolles & Co.
Place of Publication: Hartford Conn
Creation Date: November 11, 1817
Publication Date: 1817-1819
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Hartford (Conn.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hartford County (Conn.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Connecticut -- Hartford -- Hartford
Coordinates: 41.767 x -72.677 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1817)-v. 3, no. 150 (Nov. 9, 1819).
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TI;.Trr,, ANI* Pr:RiHED, F EP.Y TUESDAY,, j j i ,,, to. i .i /.' i ,c- 1 *.o- of .I C. t 1 -N* .T o* T l -
p F D. BsOLLES & Co. O ... -., .-t H ^ .,',er1 1 & ,, ..'",' CI.i oNA .. .t... l and R'.ae i C
TWO DOORS BOUTH OF THE BRICK MEETING- D Jaiai Spirit C omprising : very ..,,. ,i L..; O" A :\\ .. DOG,.
HOUSE. St Croix and W I. 1 um r r. ...,r. Indii atnd .1.i ..- ,1 ...i h-.i ."*e Br Lotinrox. .Frotit il--' i t whom you have entrust.
Price ,S2 per annum, payable in advance...,A HoWlland tand Ameritn hi,, '.it.t1 i.. saleont!e ..ii ,,. .,.i .. ., i, hen some prnud son ofmtan etun to earth p pscwer fLegislnhion, .:,,i,., on sub-
e^ rto n, Sicily ade, L P. TencritfeT INr'. tONG W it I Unknown to gora, .i upheld -f.it elvo i'nby i t. WTe" t 't.i ,;'
:T Port, Lisbon and Malaga 5. i.-... .,l, 1 ., 1....i, .. The seiulpor's art exhaust the pomps of vwoe, iojpe eer to cotng'alulatte aou on itin event
ELli.i A Si-L PA iVAI & U N .S Lump sugar Cassimeres, I ii, And storied urns record who rests below more nspiciouSs, or ln one in which lhat
B" D.Ea 'o. ,s ', White and brown do. of various qualities I -lisshe C,'l-ll- .. I i '.i i ., INSr i.. N .. I i.
Hfl -, 7,, *.-* (*. 3 a jpesh lspply of Goods' s YouIi-Hyson, Hv-.n'-1.'.,, --,,. Coating, n '' i' r "I -" t' t s- a* ve l l .t "-' '-".***- Yi oul iavi
.'t,,!: S .' O,: for sale on accommodatigK chling, Congo and Bolirei T!:.\ -p. i a esti gs, r he was, ut what he shoud have "l',it at -:-pe.r. ad te wi l t' O
terms- andb:'r".l ,. een! yonthat t he power and the "will yto re1orit7
-VIZ- W heat, i .-. '!a hI .t -r. I rye Flour s f in i-n nr ,r.-.. -ll in i
20 itir. 'wood retA-riline ori.Assia o The Csust toweome. i .r
I.oirl i W. I and Java Coffee Rose Blankets, t .,I.., W, osed honest heart is .'l I master's own, safety.

5 hhdls. 1st and 2d quality
Muscovado, 7
20 bbWs. do do do SUGARS.
6 L,, Trn.l ,,
5 1h-I L'.iip '
12 hhds sweet flavored Rum,
2 do Old Spirits,
2 pipes pure Cogniac r.ardyT,.
1 Bareooia do
I Holland Gin,
,10 bbls Cider Brandy,
3 p es '.',ls,, L'..im,. -.ni Malega W ines,
o30 0.l.-i, liyso v .,unri; 1..j-,i'
ll,,ni, Skn, .' ou,.honud asim l lTEAS.
Bohea .
10 bags and 5 bbis green Coffee,
30 bbls superfine Flour,
5 bags Pepper and Pimento,
150 lbs Cassia, Cloves. and Nutmegs,
S'i ktr- i p"' -i,.c.r-', ground from the root,
r ,." re,:. he, :l. L ee,
4 boss Raisins,
80 boxes 3 by 10, 7 by 9 and 6 by 8 English
Crown Glass, ,
10 bbls Spanish Brown and Whiting',
25 casks cut and wrought Nails, assorted si-'
2 boxes Starch, 6 do Shaving Soap,
8 hampers Junk Bottles,
60 gross Corks,
15 kegs sweet scented plug ad small twist
'IL ,c."o,
20 jars Maccuboy Snuff.
4 l4bls ih.t .ind I .i .- c.ut papers Tobacco,
2 I.'l, l.i;p, '. ,i l L...'.il T's Scotch Snuff
10 11 .Y5.: I .,l ii.d i,'i ic.in Segars,
6 crates assorted Crockery, .
150 straws pint iidhlalf pint Tumblers,
2 ckh? .Sh P'etre',
K.. ; -. P er iaid l:it S1;.it'.
5 casks summer and winter strained Lamp
I ;.' qh'ii,.r.1: C..I.1l -h, I t,
.*iJ blj .'h.i-S n.6 ak "a.',
500 Turks-Island do
100 g:-..,al 1 i
C.st, "^ g,.,n ,,,it Chaise Boxes,
Flax-Seed, Beaus and Oats.
Nov. 2. 45tf

Charles Shept ird, Jun.
St. Croix Rum, Zante Cur.-.i'ns.,
Gin, Brandy, Lime Shrub,
Cherry, Close'nter, l;1ir & shaving Soap,
Anniseed, ""ri ) l\i-uld &diped Can-
Cinnamot), I-J dies.,
Life ofMan, Wi ouhhl & eul Nails
Lemon, /' ) 'odtis-h. Pic-leil do.
and M iI w'uby inuli,;
PerfectLove c. Scotch do.
Molasses, Small and large twist
Sugars, Tobacco,
Teas, Lorrillard Long and
Spices, short cut do.
Coffee, Pipes,
Ginger, Cannister and com-
Raisins, Filberts, mon Powder,
Fresh Figs, Shot, Flints, &c. &c.
Tamarinds,' .:

Hartford, Nov. 1.

If'OI? AL>;Il'r.iL .-4,\' D.IL _I'h il) :,
"TER, having two thirds of her
e", ^--it # cargo engaged; for remain-
-''.der early application must be
made, otherwise her cargo will be comple-
ted by the subscribers Apply to
Ior on board at Union wharf.
Nov.1. 2w45

" N Wednesday the 29th of Oct. two
men came to the house of Zabdial Ro-
gers, Postmaster, at the head of Mistick,
wishing .to hire a horse and chaise to go
about 10 miles, and to return in a few

u ocol tiate i ii s (mt ti a ll -- l e1, o. aiml C 1- i l ,; ,
7-by-9 and (i-by-8 English orown Glass Poplins, ,'. .. .
40d 20d l d led 8d 6d and 4d wrought & Scoltch Plaids, Camb'i Muiusliins,
cutNails and Brads Norwich Stuffs, i ;,
Hollow L: -t1 *., Ware of all descriptions, T.m i Plaids .
at factory prices .
A few boxes first quality English Herring 'l ..i.* "lii'..
Good Lamnp Oil, which iIll f1ni-i l;;li( C' i i.i-t' ShiomI.. i do. (inigiaumins,
at half the expense .i'.ii dh- :-'cai l i.. ., ,- .m
Two bhbls. Potashes Imitationl do. ; '""
Pails, Tit.-, .'.,.vs, te. with almost every Levantine do. L. -n l. & Kid
,,il,,-i a.irit.Iin the Grocery line, all which will 'hii,,z do. '* .
be sold low for cash. rQ,,r:, .ti. ', .',n Hand-
Ferry-st. Nov. 3. ew45 Canton C,:,,,s, ..'[,.
.- Italian do. .,- ... Il,.
A new and approvedSchool- "'" 'I, tn, ,asw .i

__ R gibbons, r tl s ..i 1 I" ,i I. ,
VHE proprietoris about r,, pii.; .h .,,:- se ,livt Trimi ng5, -'-... iIpe'tPs,
S cond edition of a Book,,ii Double chiin Lvan- rilh do. &c. &c.

Eihi n a comdendlious yster of
Adapt.J 7 1. l I a,. d ceipcjiies oif Yo'lh,
E.','Ti7'D STATES,

BY 1.;:;1 \ii LOOMIS.

The rapid sale of the first edilien of this
work, (evsn without the aid of neOwspapetrs) has
induced the proprietor of ilhe copy-right to
conclude tlSat it possesses other ,,' ., ; which
entitle it to -tlie pal.roiage of the public than
that o -i. '.
'flit -*t. .... I i will he improved with
The following aire, the recommendations re-
ceived by the author since the work has been
Coventry, August, 1815.
With attention I have examined Mr. Loom-
is' compilation or abridgment of the system of
Arithmetic, designed for the benefit of chil-
dren and youth, especially in common Schools,
and am much pleased wvit his methodical,
plain, and familiar explanations.
I can cheerfully recommend its publication,
and hope that it may meet with a generous
patronage from the public.
Pastor of the Church ian North Coventry.

Yale C. P. p.:, Jan. 1816.
As I have not had an opportunity of giving
the above work a particular examination, I
take the liberty, to state that the Rev. Ephraiml
S. Woodruff,, has been in the habit, for several
years past, of preparing students for admission
into this College. It is to be presumed, there--
foire, that he is familiarly acquainted with the
common principles and rules of arithmetic.
Professor of.athkemalics and Nat. Philos.

On a general inspection of the abovemin-
tioned work, we apprehend it is well calculated
to answer the purpose intended by the author.
pastor of thej first chuch h in l;'elthrsfield.
CALEB J "tL E\lEi,
Colleague pastor of the first C('o-.'e.i.t h-
at e/uu -, I: ,,..i i ,,,.
ROBERT C: IiO.tiiN .,
minister of the gospel,

0Oj Booksellers, country traders, Instructors
of schools, ec. may be supplied with the above-
work by calling at Messrs. P. B. GLEASON
& Co's. book-store, Hartford, Capt. John Tur-
ner, Coventry, or the author in Mansfield.
Publishers of approved school-books may
be accommodated with the above work in ex-
change for this publication. Price, 1 i...i do .
87 1- cts. single. .,
All communications by mail, post paid, will
be attended to.
fHartford, Nov. 1. 45

hours-they wcr' accommodated-no sus-
piclon arose till next morning, when pur- ISAAC & TfOMAS LEE,
suit nwas made, and'they were traced by the GAIN request all those who are in-
wvIt of Colchlester to Harlford, from thence A GATN req ll those o are in
to Middletown, lest umiortanately have not debted to them, (whose notes a-nd ac-
been taken;- the Hiorse i of thesmall breed coUIts have long been due) to make imme-
of dtutch horses, ofa very dark bay color-e diate payment.-Those who do not attend
-hr O v to this call after the first of Dec. next must.
the Chaise is .f an up-stand top, and of- a expect call ater Dec. e
'recilish color ;-tlie persons who in this expect cost.
,lanneri obtained thle above mentioned pro- ** They have lately received a large
p art-, n d'scribedt as folows one dres- assortment of Fta!l and Winter GOODS,
pd r- -teutt ds and havingws a large wllich will be sold for cash or credit as low
i :i Sti t to n trt ce a as thie lowest,.
r l ~e i 7, 1 .. a n d t o np p e a r a n c e a g e ,- B e l ol i o v .
tlemnn .; the other dressed in the habit of Berhn, Nov. 1. 45
a sailor. FOR SALE,
a -For the arresting of the above VIL- FOR SALE,
L., i .'.. a generous reward will be paid. A Decent second-hind CHAISE, in good re-
tAnig Nov. L ROGERS. 187. i'45 quire at this Office.
Stonington, No v. 1,1817. M 45 Oct. 21. 43

HIartford, Nov. 1S 17.

500 1 ;'1 .

500 ,, OATS


1000 ,, FLAX SEED and
5000 1bs. C.E : I ;, byIE, L
Conner & Behl'ln.
Ferry-st. Nov. 3. 45

'JlFi sul)bcribers would inionr their cus-
S lners and the public I iAt they are now
receiving from New-York a : miral:d assortment
of C .. ..1 ii'.. li.- 'it. nt asoi, which

No credit will hb- given for goods h.rnal'fter,.-1
It is the.opinion of the sulsrilieras, that liy tlis
method 'i.. % study the interest of those who
may favour tliem witi their cusAton, as well as
their own.
'i" I LI. & FISK.
Tolland, Oct. 31. 45
f ./11Apersons that are indcbtedio the subscri-
bers, whose notes and accounts have become due,
( are requEsted is make immediate payimem t


An Act to extend the Jurisdiction of the several
City Costrts in this State.
T E it enacted by the Governor and Council and
}o'vse of Representatives in General Court as-
sembled; That -whenever any bank or corporation
established L .,,- -Statleor the United States,
.hall have !, tili.- ...r usual place of transacting
lisinesss within the limits of any incorporated
city in this Scate, the city court of such city shall
have cognizance of any action brought by said
bank or corporation, upon any bond, bill, note or
other writing obliuatory, made payable at the of-
fice of such bank or other corporation, and which
shall have been discounted by or endorsed to
such bank or other corporation, notwit standing
such bond, bill, note or other writing obligatory
may have been executed, drawn, accepted, oren-
dorsed without the limits ofsaid city.
General .aeemnby, October Session, 1817,.
Sp7eak/er of the lI ..r !. .
OLIVERl W l- 1 '1, .. .,".
Attest. TnoxAs DAY, Sec'ry..

An Act in alteration of the statute entitled "An
act in addition to, and alteration'ofthle Statute
entitled an act for regulating the election of
Governor, Lt. Governor, Assistants &c. and in
addition to, and alteration of the Statute,
entitled an act for regulating the election of
Senators and Representatives for this state, in
'the.Cii T..-.t t iec U. States
E' it enacted by the Governor, and Council, and
o luse of Representatives, in General Court
assembled, That the fourth section of the act
above recited, of which this is an alteration, be,
and the same is hereby repealed.
GVeneral Assembly, October Session, 1817.
S!e't"C''r qf t"e'loose of, .
Attest. T'uox s DxAY, Sec'ry,

,W ho I aiUU i i l 1 .i I, I,.ll i ,
UIiionor'd falls, unnoticed all his worth,
Denied in heaven the soul he held on earth :
YWhile man, vain insect! hopes t. b ., i:.,i .. n
And claims himself a sole exclihmve heaven.
Oh man thou f.J..rl.- tenant of an hour,
Debas'd by slavery, or corrupt by power,
Who knows thee well must quit thee with did-
Degraded mass ofanimnatod dust;
Thy love is dust, thy friendsdaip all a cheat,
Thy :...il... ,, I; ., thy iwords deceit!
By nature vile, ennobled but by name,
Each kindred brute niight bid thee, blush for
Ye who piorchance behold this simple urn,
Pass on-it honours none you wish to mourn :
To mark a friend s :, i .1.,. .- tones arise,
I never knew but one, and here he lies.

Al why does the heart the reflection retain
Of the sunshine wios.e splendor has fled ?
And why does the scent of L, ..,-. remain,
When their blossoms re .. .,..J dead ?
Why Edward, in vain does my fimecy repel
The shadows of times that are o'er ?
I remember the days when I loved thee so well,
And forgot that I love thee no movie.
Though the flime of affection be wasted away,
And its embers burn dimly Iand low,
The si;h of remembrance that mourns its decay,
Too often rekindles the glow.
And rC. 11 .1 .r is the hing,-r'ing gleam,
That thie em iers of i,:iss:on impart,
I. comes like a lovely and vanishing dream,
And gladdens the desolate heart.
Alas till the trace of the past be remov'd,
The struggles of reason are vain-
Ah let me forget that I ever have lov'd,
Or I feel I shall love thee again.

STOCKliOLa:, July 1 1.-The govuc'nmetits
of Krantsburg and Cainut, in the province
of Smaclard, are the irtstin which i.l -i..it
regulations have been made for the re-in-
troduction of ancient northern i ii. ,il. .
The deputies of thlie peasantry have not
only C i- .. ll.cl will to lay aside the
use of all foreign articles, to vear no kind
of stuffs but such as they nianufhacture
themselves, or to dritik any other liquors,
than such as are made it the country ; but
there is also a proposal under deliberations
to stamp all the present cloth made of for-
eign materials, to lay a penalty of from
five to ten dollars on thle unstamped. Far-
ther to effect among persons of rank an
association against the -nse of foreign
strong liquors, rich stuffs, confectionary
and preserves, drinking (t.te- ui the after-
noon and expensive marriages, burials and
christenings. The parish of Ookelbo has
,,h,- ii ,,oni all this ; and also that the
drinking of what is called gask, or coffee
and brandy mixed, that two glasses of
brandy shall never be drank, directly one
after the other ; and at entertainments
only two glasses at table ; that persons un-
der twenty years of age shall be prohibited
the use of brandy, coffee and tobacco ; that
more than three or four dishes shall not be
allowed of any meal only a IeCddoig four
or five. The wedding entertaiinimts not
to last above two days, and no one to use
any furniture and household utensils but
such as are made. in the country, under
pain of being excluded from aol ,iu,, .i..,
as an unpatriotic citizen, and :.r..'9 r.. ,.
cd with contempt. This t, I.:.:::.tl! -is to
'e i anannually from the pulpit.

S! '. Courier Ojfce, Oct. 25.
An Act to prevent the prevalence of. the Small 'INTERESTING FROM .\ .: ; '.
B E it eroacted by the Governor, and Comiciland Extract of'a letter to the Fditor, dated ait Sa-
touse of 1Jepresentstivecs, in General Court vannah, 23 ( of October.
assembled, That the Civil Authority and 'Select- By an arrival from Amelia to-day, we
men of the several towns in this State, be, and hear that Sheriff Huibbard; tie Governor
they ar' hereby authorized -and empowered to of that place, died on the 19th mist. This'
adopt such measures for the general Vaccination ] will no dotb)t create a serious change in
of 'tue inihabitants ofthueir respective towns,'as--teaia, "eiii uttthat plae.P"iesu
thev I l .t. < ^ oe1 p pe ", the nrrangemeis at (hat place. He was
tmey shall think to be properL attitecessa:', to
prevent the introduction, or arrest lte progress a very active man, and had exerted him--
of the Sniall-tox, and to defray the expenses in self to establish wholesome ... ,! ilh..n.
whole, or in part, of such general vaccination out This did not suit the heterogeneous Mnass
of the public treasury of such town. of plunderers in that quarter ; and some
General JSseibly, October SesLio h1817S. persons even seem to believe that his exit
Spea/e hWILLIAM BRISTOL,hs been plannerln st rueaofthose op
Speaker of the House ofep ais. has been plrtned b sme o those oppos-
OLtVER WOLCOTT, Governor. ed to his measures. In a few days we
Attest. T'utlu DvA, Sec''f, shall have trtilsums."

Lo g and :''-.,: as has been the (ur
S. 1 7we many now hail II..' hour when those
pfri.ciphes" which ill.-ii- iI.ti, ,-iCi l eld sa-
cred, and for the ". ,'m ri i i lii hi they
devised a'model,", will be again embodied
ini our government, and exemplified in 'its
administration. 'f h. wisdom u nl ,. 1 .
verance which have acquired the victory,
w-ill not ..- ,.rta, i-i.'. 1.v an abuse ofits bles-

On this spot, should .e p1' .-.i ,-. rr.',
the state of public opinion. I'.,ii ci ;ntI
enlightened on i l.e ,i, .i! (..ic.,r' ..I, ( 'I.m.
,,iytm, it only needs 61, b.-- crowned by a
spirit of conciliation and good will to-
,Uards ,-. i i i. ii -r, and ill the i'>.!'pi! ul
lhe State."
We invite you to a task, easy to men of
,,1 :11- i imi i -jl', dei.l t.i minds. It will
prove I:- .Irs,, : .- I li i- thol'rm to be pure,
and its ends benevolent ; and thwt while
you have borne wrongs with c.-,nq., ,:t
you can look down on tile ,. ..-..
u.ithout reproaching him in his flll-
True to the fiol'-r:, r I t i;., 'hil
breathes Thi...ii all lthe 'elementary insti-
ta:iois of our Nation and Stale, and which
now ratifies our peace and i';:.' l t. ; we
should bouwa'e of imposing on others a
measure, against whichi.we have success-
S', contended. To fortify the tili', anid
cljoy the fuints of an ,i,, i;,uin.., once
more recoveriid without comils sion, should
now bethe study of the people of ..7: -
It is for you to inquire e in what iii.', i,-:
blessings of good government and whole-
some laws, can best b, *., i :, ;,.,! ;'..) 1 j.,--
uated. Ti; 1 i ;, 1 .,I' a:, ... .. .I

ty. The theories, ai. I I, l i .. .. i|t
incident 'to many institutions .11: before
you, for the guide of your enquiries. The
merits of many forms, adapted some to a
larger, nil '-llici to a less extensive poput
latton, and diverse coalitions of society,
tender to you great facilities, in case- you
take up the subject. To frame at i n,.'iII.
tion, is a matter of' immense ,,.-i.lI. Its
consideration should be mattire and dispas-
sionate. You are the origin awii1 i.i.:;i.:
of power. T' Ie 1li,1.' iirI iniiin. r in l ul0 ich
it shall be brought into action, are yours
also. If ,l 5 nii.t-ilti." the important
rights and di. ,,,i1 hii.a,', '" by the aid
of mutual consultations and friendly device,
you adapt the changes you make to the
age in which you live," the honor and ad-
vantage of (lie Republic will be promoted,
and the veneration of posterity ensured.
A constitution ground .d ',,- best prin-
ciples, will be the result of your best efforts.
Little could it be reasonably expected,
that the Reform so in:.lI '-.l fi t-' at the
last election could have done more than it
has done. Its progress, to be sure and stead-
fast, must be gradual. Its roots like those
of the Oak, will then strike deep, hind the
' soil which they penetrate, and its branclhes
breast the lowering tempest.
The intense objects cIi'eiw-li.':g It:, n-
tion; securing the freedom of ?.!,,1 -., ;
removing the burdens incident to military
duty, with other weighty concerns -'or your
interest, have lrg-ed our assiduous and1 in-
cessant attention. For reasons known to
yourselves, ;little has been thoroughly ef
Put the palladium is still safe, and we
slhall hand back to you the sacred deposit.
Soon we trust, tnilliflnenced by f|ear't or .
vour, you will exercise your ancient privilo-
ges, and a concise and plain provision of
law secure their stability.
As friends whose interests are precisely
like vours., we counsel you to be watchfik
Those from whorm vour confidence is with
drawn, have their eyes still upon you.-
They are filed, but not expelled. They
have retired to a spot, shortly distant, to
rally their forces anew. All tCi-e skill an
vigour which veteran troops can uniti,, wi
assail you on the spring campaign. If vou
sleep on your post, be assured, your camp
will be cut up, and the splendid victory
which now gladdens your hearts, will be lost
-irrelrievably lost.
Be vigilant, be firm, he persevering yet
-little longer,. n1d vo' r cons shll: Speak
with the enemy in. .eg g.!e YoiT shall sit iun-
der -your own vine and fig-,:rcr, uid -none sial
molest or make you (Jra''d.2
Signed per ore".-
ZMOSZE S IVAP1.,EIN, C;', I d",.*


[to. -G.


An American seaman recently arrived
in this city,who was impressed from the
ship Canton, of this port, while at Calcutta,
in India, in 1789 or 1790, when 14 years of
age ; having been detained in. the British
service from that time until about six months
after the peace, a period of 24 years, when
he was di-clhared, lhile in India, and left
to gain his native country as he could, in a
destitute situation.
He served on board the Belliquex, Albi-'
on,and Diadem, ships of the line, the Lord
Duncan, tfiat,.., and several other vessels)
and occupied the bloom and vigor of his
' life in the service of Great Britain. He is
a native of Calvert county, in this state,
and has brothers residing in this city.
By the English ship Polkington, which
departed front the river Plate on the 3d of
Aug. and lately arrived at this port, we re-
ceived several Buenos Ayres papers, which
are principally occupied with bulletins of
the army of Peru. It appears that the roy-
al force under the command or'gen. La Sc:-
na, which had taken possession of the cities
of Sulta and Jupuy, was put to flight on the
8th of May, and fell hi, k sl.aeit,:ll on Po-
tosi. The evacuation of a province, which
is the only magazine of Peru, has been ef-
fected by the constant and bloody attac';s
of the gver ilas and militia of the patriot
governor Guemes, assisted by col. LaMad-
ril, who, with his flying division, got into
the rear of the royal army, occupied Tari-
fa, made its garrison prisoners, consisting of
400 veteran soldiers, and immediately be-
siced Chuquisaca.---What 1iii-ifpo.ent-
ment must LaSerna hai, ee:;j'ci'ic.: ;I ,-o
intended, by a diversion, to arrest the ex-
pedition on Chili!
The army of gen. Bclgrano, quartered in
Tucuman, was to be pui in motion for the
purpose of acting in concert with col. La
Madrid and gov. Guemos. It was expect-
ed that the resultOf the campaign would
be the entire evacuation of Peru by the
On the eastern shore of the river Plate, the
brave patriot gen. Artigas performs nrodigies
of valor. In the moothi of November 1316,
10,000 P:riu.mece troops invaded that parr
of the territory of the river Plate, assisted by
a considerable body of cavalry' and now they
are only masters of the city of Montevideo.
the garrison of which does not amount to 5,
000 men. The Marquis of Allegrette and
Col. Curado bave been defeated by the troops
of gen. Artigas ii three different engagementDs
and compelled to take shelter in the Portu
guese possessions, where it is probable they
Will not be able to obtain any reinforcements
as the native Brazilians of that part of the
country. are ripe for independence, many- of
them having joined Artigas, who has formed'
thenriinto separate cops. The initefatigable
col. f ibeiro, second in command in the arm,
of .nrirn3. very rlo Iy Ibesieges the city o
Montevideo, and with great bravery reprulser
the Portuguese in all their sallies. It is pro.
able that Montevideo would have fallen,'i
Director Puerreydon, instead of turning al
his views and means to proscribe and destroy)
the most deserving' patriots, those who had
been most conspicuous in liberating their
country, had furnished Ribeiro with artillery
to batter down that important place-or i
this minodern Sylla had not all...ur, the free ex.
portation of all kinds of provisions to Monte
It is rather surprising to observe by these
papers, that the chief magistrate of that re
public was suspected of being himself con
cerned in these scandalous speculations. In
a manifesto he has published, he does not con-
tradict that provisions were sent from Buenos
Ayres to Montevideo, but denies having himi.
self had any interest in those operations. lIe
continues his persecutions against those who
raise their voices against this perfidy, and his
good understanding with' the Portuguese.
Among the victims, is the worthy gen. Rou.
deau, who is confined in Ensenda de Barra-
On the 28ih of June, a vessel of war of Bue
nos Ayres captured a vessel belonging to gen.
AFtioas. near Soriane. Her cargo consistedI
of 400 muskets, 3 guns, and 22,000 cartridges
which Puerreydon thought proper to niake a
prize of. Fifty Portuguese prisoners, found
on board, were presented with great pooip by
Puerreydon to the Portuguese gen. Lecor,
commander of Montevideo.
We confess that we do not know how to ac-
count for sclih conduct in the first magistrate
ofa republic, whose policy and interest ought
to be, and certainly are, to adopt such meas-
ures as would be most popular ; one of which
would be, the breaking orf all intercourse
with the Por!iguese. We should be gratified
to hear some explanation from Mr. Bguire on
*.the subject.

The following proclamation relative to fiu-
gisive slaves, was promulgated here on the 8th
Ii has been resolved by the Supreme Junta, or
Council of State,
FinsTr-That any person or persons, who
shall be convicted of persuading any slave or
slaves to run away from the U. States, or any
other place whatsoever, shall, on conviction
of the same, forfeit and pay for the first of-
fence, S100,.and be imprisaned for a term not
ex'cehediriz :l< days ; and for the second of-
5I ...-. fo feht and pay s300, and be banished
fram the couiniy.
2l. R-t solverl, That any frugitive slave or
al e.s i. -:i up, sia. I : k ept in jail, until
c.daiqrd by bi, ier or their on.ers.,

Sd. Resolved, That all slaves coming to Th-..p pl. r a.,d s a ascal ani coward. .N.rtrs.\ ., 6 g. s5all be prescribed by thile controller of public.
this cityfor employment, shall have a writ- Si.i nite t to Khl.).'s Hotel where Tharp 1ritishManufacturesoutdone in Ontario. aGeneral#ssembly, Octoe- &'st1 r, 1917-
ten permit, from their owners. was. They abused each other; Sniih was Much has been said, and many accounts WILLIA'il lht I U OL,
(Signed) WM. YOINGE, Sec'ry. advancing ouTharpslowly, with a small cae published of the celerity with which Eig. Speaker .f ri e ..CRpr...pr,.,i,,'..;,
Government House, Fernanudina, in his hand, but at the same time told Tharp lish manufacturers of cloth have gone thro' a "OLI rIt1OLCOV, r (,.c'.
Oct. 8th, 1817. he did not intend to touch him. T. drew a the arios operations da on the Attest. Tos DAT, ecy
pistol, teltlig Smiin sl.l3i ndl off or he would manufacturing that artice, Fion thie fleece 'An Actlfor regnlaiin g tIe rmarkaet and for o. cer.;
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. shoot him. Tharp retreating till he came to tie garment. A few weeks since we taking the v-gh: of tunches o 0 ..n. .
Palladium Office, T'.o", against a o-llur doo, Smitlh contintiog to ad- published an account taken from an Eng- E it enacted y the Governor an Council
Nov. 1-noon. S vance slton wni, 1 .iLlit came very near lisb paper, in which it was stated, that at and Htou : ..'-.f, :",:L.,n i ,'.'n : General
Arrived brie Sarah Ma. i, Cole, Havana Tharp, e gave his ca.t a swing ini.;,..,n to oie of the ilanuactures in England, the Co.V,: a"e'n",ed. Tir, n..- on. shall, l'b .It, I
I. '-throwlT rspis at the same time h, a .l..t ith.t i.t not good and nmercl,,,naa-,
27 -sch.inancier.CrowellPhiladel hrow up Tharp's pistol, at the same time fleece had been taken from the sheep and ot good and merclic,
27 ;--schi, i mancnierCrowel, acsPmladclp: m ,, mat a fratTharp, with his left hand, at eep ad el cured and dry nor shall any bunch's of
Gen. Jackson, Hallet Bat. schir. Planter e-a. gt harp i." .t h .f a itiufactured ito a coat in the short space them be sold or' orfln for sale, or put into mv
Goodwin, Hav. Left 12th ult. brig Gov. that's. hrp ed, tie bal eered just of 3 hours and twenty minutes. Messrs. land, or water carriage to be transportedto mar-
Jones, just ar. from Philad. p 1.-, 4 days below the left breast andI passed through Ins Buck, Brewster & Co. Managers of the-On- het, that are not filly cured, well and fi R-tmy
since, a brig -"so a l avre for New- leart,lhe fell exclainina" God have mercy- tar;o al'inli.i t,)ory at Manchester in this bn-Jw,]. i,.! of the weight of three pounds and
SYork I a n a dead man," anld exp-ied county, on perusing that article became .1 ispected as is in tls act hereafter
Also ar. ship Hope, Gardner, Havre, 47, but a ne o i. eNa l es ro e, Perfe of th .eir .- it he enacted, That the civil au,
and 22 1i .s ',ruin St. Michtqels. A severe I ht was s.Us take-u lie was t rild fan l-, cninnerv andti the dexterity of their work-tri'.th an,Il vi-cL-nien o the several towns in
gale s e erienced at the latter place on 500. I hve 1n dnbt but i p ill be Imen, that the same operations might be o ,. v ,,. n;..e ,,e ,-si. n,i b ,mincled
the stofO. an another a h the 4t. On cleared-hie comnimted the imiirer according accomplished even in a h-.i-r time Imr for market, 'e. mIL., '.i C.,l drcci to -
the. former day the brig Ann, from D ,uin i to law; that is, he will try to make it appear mediately a wager of 500 dollars was of- point some m- i r. ,ri.... u.i,, ., iisrsp .
for Quebc with about 100 passengers, was thal c Tharp was eed, and accepted by the managers that at.r o h beo nrh/ tionsoit i s
driven on shore and entirety lost-people formerly otnI,..s 1-ei. they would perform thlie same operations in discharge of their duty in the same mantnner, man-
saved. On the 4th, brig Bomuirf;, i -. -'i it- .-- 12 hours. The wool was taken from the ut mntandit as is by law prescribed 1i.r ,urne. i r
et, with hier outward cargo was drive on rAI, ept. u. sack in its natural state,and in 9 hours 'i., all h.: h .i ..''-...
shore and totally lost, crew saved. "Brig The vintage wll commence ou Monday P i5-ninutcs precisely, the coat was cin- 3, I ... ',.. a'.t .c inspect..
.Four Sisters, for Newburyport via Terce- all the Comrunes ear Paris. plated and worn in triumph by one of tlhem sivhall -,t ,. .. a, ... tihthsi
ra, sailed a few hours before the gale. ll' l the gaEnglish party concerned. The wool was picked, P;IW-':"', ...... ." ... .,,. i,-; in -)M
Sand Pliussian ariTy in tle plainofiD' eain, to- greased,. carded, roped and p-ih-ilie- spedion, and shall give a (ri. .;Ct icl r.in,.
LATEST FROM GIBRALTAR. ward the eud of thins monthil. yarn was v,:.1petd, pit'in the loom and wo- *-i. i... when l1, iunt, for .1,!.! n li !-..'ll re-
Tire brig Copernican,, \Veber, has arrived iThe electors this year are to send 63 Dep- ven-the cloth v.a Ifulled, colored, four .:cC-,. ,na cents.
at Bostonpr in 30 davs fron Gibraltar, uties to the Chamblers, from 24 Departmeits, times shorn, pressed and carried to the ,5 4. Berit fus renacte That .
at 1os n d-sell, orioffer 1or gale, or ),1t into any land or wa-
bringing advices, to the latterend ofSept. 19 of these have already made their elections, tailors, and the coat cono:ple.- i, all with- ter carriage, in order to L.. t,. ,,..,,; mar-
The following extracts of Letters are and 5 only remains to complete thie whole, in the time above stated. e. 1 saw. the ket, any bunch or bunches inf **in.i r1rrir. iv ,o
fiorn Mr. Topliff's Cuo reso,,,le-t. Letters from Champagne announce that coat the next day after it was made. The the provisions of this act, si., fcr'it o. t. i lfo.
ibratar et. 24-- The brig Cuber the fine vineyards ot that country will have cloth was not o' the flii,: t texture, but was eaci and every bunch. li ..l.o.0 .,,'R imJ. f or put
Gibraltar ,Sept24.- te sa Ia fourth, perhaps a third of good vintage very handsomely dressed, and fitted the up ibrw sale, of the v.. .emp oi b. I.ov er'ed
land from l inli, iriedyesterday pe o a viage io him w shall complain o, and prosecute
with flour, r l"lr hichi e eqiect to realize Ifn the upper elpartinfents of tie Upper and person whuo wore it remarkably well. The same to effict-"
from 13 in 1 -%', v large quantities have Lower Hhiii. ,ey e r'ct ai excellent vint- truth of the above statement can be at- S 5. BE itfumher enacted, That the act for'
Preat bnfrom E. l q ngislavae Tested 1.,v inan-, respectable witnesses be- re,_-,l i;r. the market and .c', ,;,,,,,n ;n",
i arrived at Lisbon and Cadiz, fromiEngland, age.
whichvedhas cause a depression Englandr pri- The Duke of Wurtemburg died on the 20th sides Messrs. Buck & Brewster. The oni- v gts*,i. .-t enion., enacted inn M 7: i.-, b,,-
which has caused adepssion in our p- aged 61. ly difference between this and the English the same is hereby repeal. 8
ces.-Tobacco is already at $1-not more st. aed6. occurred at Bord experiment is the time occupied in sar- Generalsembly, October session 1817..
than 600 hhds in first hands, and that is A horrid in I i, occcired at ordeaux i t i c t i n n vI'LLUM UItiloL,
held for better prices, which, lib doubt, will between ttwo l..'l ...; Messrs. dhe C ; i"g the fleece, anr any fanner in the coun-- spI.--. ..frie ih-- ..f f. -pfesentative,
be realized iiin amounts r ,i"l.-io.,. sil.tw onre of, h ,,.i, dead on I" spot, the try knows that that operation may be dis-, uLi i.% uit.,.. i', Goveiar.
command now from $7 73 to 8 cash. other u ',ii::.-'ule blew his brains out with patched in ten minutes. The abovertam,t Attest; "Tnos DA ,
Sa pistol. they can manufacture a coanoielegase t t- An Act to regulate the inspection of pine amnd
From thBoston Daily 11 ...;. r. F bench Funds :-Five pe cents 63f. 95. they can manufactr a coa oelegai t cedar shinges, intended to be sold in this
S. peinfim broadclothand have it completed State,or to be exported therefrom
-Mrt AP ,, i o1 in i1. hv,-, -,. :. .' ....-. .





An article dated Lausanne Sept. 16th,
mentions that 106 inhabitants of that conn-
try embarked in Hollard on board a small
brig for the U. States, hln. in, p.ii.1 part of
their passage money in advance. After
they had proceeded to sea they found that
the brig was furnished with but a very small

,1. a 1. a ', gs t ae,
Prince Henry, of Prossia, yesterday
visited the Anmerican Adliminra's ship Washi-
ington of 84 guns, and was received with
great ceremony by Coin. Chauncey.

QUEBEC, Oct. 21.

supply of provisions an'd water, and she
was in consequence obliged to put into Ply- -We have linal several falls of snow lately.
mouth. Here the capt. demanded of his It is now (Tuesday morning) snowing fast.
passengers a furtheradvance of money, and Theg.ound is covered with it.
after pretending to furnish the requisite Arrived in this city on tihe 19th inst. via
provisions again put to sea, and finally arri the Temiscuata Portage, Col. Bouchette,
ved at Lisbon, where ilie misciri'ble Swiss surveyor general of lower Canada, accom-
were landed without any-i firther means of partied by Capt. Cairnes, late of the 60th
prosecuting their voyage. regt. and Mr. Joseph Houchettee, jr. We
have only been able to learn respecting the
NEW-YORK, Nov'6. progress of tIln new boundary line, that the
-Extract of a better from Jcw-Orleanis, dated Oct. 7 exploring -rc ."v has been prolonged from
to a gentleman in .','" .. the source of the St. Croix to the river Ris.
I" Business has been in a measure suspen- tigouche, a distance of about 160 miles ;
ded for the last two months owing to the in the course of which the parties of both
prevalence of art epidemic which still con- nations experienced difficulties and sufllr-
tinues with little abatement. A vast nuni- ings of the most ardent nature,
her of persons are absent from the city in The Americans employed in the explo-
consequence of this calamity. The deaths ring survey may be expected here in a few
since the beginning of August have been days,bvy the same route, on their way to the
about seven-hundred. state of Vermont ; the British party having
"PlfkES CURRENT.-Cotton 28 cents; to- returned to St. ,ndmre' New-Brunswick,
bacco 6 -2 to 7; flour 7 a 8 ; sour do. 5; by the river St. John.
lead 6 a 7 ; sugar 13, scarce-prospect of --
the new crop good." NORFOLK, Oct. 31.
Fire.-Yesterday morning between 1 and
Foreign Ners.-Recent arrivals from Eu- 2 o'clock, this destructive element display-
rope furnish intelligence which cannot but be ed itself in all its terrors, in a row of houses
considered interesting, as indicating a state of situated on the North side of Church street,
feeling which in all probability will lead to immediately beyond Tawn Bridge.-It
future wars.-Copious selections will be found commenced in a tenament formerly belong-
in this paper; from all which we gather- ing to Mrs. Knight, deceased, and occupied
That the people of England ardently wish by Hodges, a constable. The wind
the emancipation of South America- setting from the N. E. the flames spread
that'recruits and supplies are going to downwards towards Town Bridge, and pro-
that quarter-that as all these circum- gresseduniil ilie three intermediate houses
stances are mentioned in the public; pa between the one first on fire and that of Mrs
.pers, the government must be accessary Nicholson, next to the bridge, were com-
to it. pletelv destroycd.--Alts. Nicholson's
That Russia is using he r influence to pre- house w as almost miraculously saved, af-
vent any aid from going to South Amer ter it had been attempted to blow it up, and
inca. then to pull it to pieces, without succeeding,
That Austria has prohibited supplies ofarms by which it was considerably injured, the
from going to that qt.arter. buildings on the opposite side of the street
That in France the voice of the people, as were in eminent danger, but they as well as
expressed in the late elections, is very Mrs. Nicholsoi's, were saved'fromn confla-
generally adverse to the royal party, and gration by the spirited exertions of the citi-
that plots were still disturbing the pub- zens, though mainly by the use of Mr. Wal-
lic tranquillity. er lierroni's engine, which was promptly I
It also appears, via London, that in Pern dispatched from Plume's Rope Walk on the
the royalists and revolutionists were about uni- appearance of the fire, and being in fine or-
ling to throw off the yoke of Spain. der was worked to great advantage.- On
-- the whole, thlie alacrity with which all pres-
Extract of letter, dated St. Louis, Sept. 29th, enut gave their assistance, as well in saving
1817, to a gentleman in Phil(ddelphia. property, as in striving to arrest the prog-
St. Louis for these few days past has ress of the flames, was greater than we
been in an uproar, there have been duelling have been accustomed to see. One thing
and n:rr.ier. Col. Benton and Charles Lu- was wanting en the occasion, and that was
cas, two lawyers of this place, quarrelled up discipline;-scarcely tisingle individualre-
on politics, at an election here; they met collected that it was necessary to consult
about two weeks since and exchanged shots. the Fire Wardens in what they did, but all
Benton shot Lucas in the neck, he soon recov- went pell mell to work each according to
cred of his vound, a second challenge passed, the suggestion of thie moment: and it was
they met last Saturday and fir-ed at 10 feet with difficulty that the Fire Wardens could
distance. Lucas was killed, he received his introduce any thing like system into their
antagonist's ball in the breast; 'Lucas tias bu- proceedings. We cannot forbear noticing
ried on Sunday morning. Church was scarce- the promptness with which Mr. Charles
ly out when Win. Smith was shot stand killed Grice, master blacksmith at the Navy Yard
instantly, I saw him a womseut after he expi- repaired to the scene ofconflagration, with
red, the ball passed through his henrt. I will all the force lie could collect ; he and his
relate the circumstances as well is I amt able. companions were conspicuously active.
Smitl had quarrelled with Mr. Tharp in the. The total loss bvtlns fire will not be con-
Missouri Bank ; Tharp being a smsill man, sided in amount, but unfortunately it falls
drew a knife on Smith ; Sinithi caned him, exceedingly heavy onithiesuffelrers, who are
Tharp challenged, Smith rcfisned to fight, al- !indigent, and some of them it has stripped
ledging that Tharp was beneath his notice., of their all.

Miy-.,i, ,-(Ohio) Oct. 10.
On Friday evening last, a boat arrived at
this port with $0 passengers from Gri unary,
men, women and children, on their way to
the Wabash to join the family of the Har-
snonites, now at that place. They inform-
ed a countryman of theirs in this place,
that one of their company (a female not
married) is sister to Mr. Robb, who is the
principal at the Wabash settlement, and who
is now in Philadelphia, waiting for the arri-
val of more-1,000 being expected : these
stated that 600 crossed the ocean when they
did. it excited much curiosity, as well as
sympathy, to see these strangers in a land
of freedom, and a land which heaven has so
singularly blest.

By the Ship Edward, arrived here on Sat-
urday evening last in 35 days from London,
Mr. Topliff has received papers of that city
to the 20th September,coutaining Paris date
to the 25th.
Under the head of "agitated state of
France," a London paper of the 28th says-
The Paris journals communicate the pro.
gress made in the elections, whence it seems
evident that the liberal party are much
stronger than the ministers had supposed,
Accounts from Bombay to the 4th of May,
state that India was in a complete state of
tranquility. Cotton has become so scarce
that it was doubtful whether ships would be
enabled to procure cargoes before Sept. or
LONDON, Sept 28.
There have been imported from the Uni-
ted States of America, in the course of the
last twelve- months, above one million of bar-
rels of flour into the different ports of the Uni
ted Kingdom. The town of Liverpool alone
has imported nearly 500,000 barrels. The
average price per barrel is about 60s. The
amount paid to America for this article by
Great Britain alone, may therefore be estima-
ted at three millions of pound sterling. But
besides, this large sum from Great Britain,
the bad harvests of the last year throughout
a large part of Europe enabled America to
levy contributions from France. Spain, and
Portugal, to a very considerable amount for
liiiii irniiiiiiiirii iini -.--- *,-

An Act, in addition to an Act for reg'ulatinpg
and auditing the Public Accounts.
. 1 "I K it enacted by the Guvernor, and (Council
S and House oJf IRepresentatives, in General
Court assembled, That the Clerk.3 of the several
county and superior courts shall, within twenty
days after the risingof their seserni courts, make
out and render to the Controller of public ac-
counts, a list or abstract of all judgements reua
di'red by said courts on bonds or fbrfeitares of
any kind, in favor of the treasury of this state ;
and also of all executions granted to any states
attorney, or other public officer on such judg-
ments, and also a list or abstract of all fines
which have been imposed, which are payable to
the state treasury, and the treasurer shall debit
thle account of such officer with the amount of
the executions granted to such officer.
2. BE itfurther enacted, That each states
attorney, and every othpr receiver ofpublic mon-
ies shall, on or before the twentieth day of May
annually, make mout and render an account of all
monies received by him for the use of tLe treasu-
ry, to the treasurer of this state, in suah fo:-m as

E it enacsea y i fb t .Go'vernour c,.._ (-...'-
ci and io Huse q' Reflpresentatives, .i nien-
eral Court asse:bIed, That the inspector general
for the time being of beef. and pork, fur' this
State, shall be inspector general ot shingles ; and.
that the duties required by an1 act entilled'an-
act in addition to an act for the inipec,tilon of
provisions, and other articles of commerce, pas-
sed in October last, shall bi: performed by him,
his deputies, and their assistants, who shall be
,. .. .1. a, r qualified in the s:arre i.n .:, aird
he 1mnelr l t. arh ubilLtioirs iaid re niltLioins
to perform said n!1,itAn..l.s'. as :ie required, by
said act, and an act to regul.e it., inspection of
b.ef and pork intended to be exported from this
2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the
duty of the owners of such l.tin -se as are pre-
sented ftorinspection, or hi. anent t,. place such
shingles as are required to be inspected in such
a situation a:s that the bundles may be conven-
iently examined and inspected by the deputy in-
p ClG ; O, l- hL ..L. ,..-ri'"
e ijn,, ,, her einu.it',, That inilieu, o-fthe
fees now allowed, for the inspection and brand-
ing shingles, there be allowed to. the assir.t',nt
inspector, seven cents for each thousand inspect-
ed by virtue ofthis act, to be paid by the owner
thereof, of which one half shall be repaid lian
by the purchaser, whereof the assistant inspect-
or shall pay over to the deputy inspector one
cent for each thousand of shingles so inspected,
of which the inspector general shall be entitled
to twenty-five per cent.
4. .Be itf..r, i. .,it, That if the ,napect.
or general, hi, deputy, or :my assistant inspect-
or appointed by virtue of this act, shall be guilty
of any fraud, or neglect in the inspection of any
shingles, contrary to the true intent and mean-
ing of this act, or shall brand or mark any such
shingles, which he has not ihsipcted, he shall
forfeit and pay one dollar f',r eaci bundle so
falsely marked, or branded, one half to asfy per-
son who shall prosecute and sue for the same,
and the other half to the treasury of the town
where such fraud o:rneglect shall occur
General Assembly, October Session, 1817.
Speaker f the House of Representativee'.
Attest. TruOMAs DAr, Sec'ry,

An Act in addition to the Act, entitled An
Act to incorporate thel New-Haven Fire
Insurance Company."
B E it enacte- '. i.'. G,.'rno-, c,,' Council, and
House of Re.t'ennGt.tn.e', in General Coure
assembled, Tha". i hi. ineer the bar..d of directors
of said company, shall deem the instalment
notes of the stockholders or any of them inse-
cure, they shall forthwith demand further and
better security on the same'; and if any stock-
holder, on demand, shall neglect or refuse to
give such security to the acceptance of said
.board on such notes, the same may be immedi..
ately collected by soiu .I
General .-sermbly, Obtober Session, 1817'.
Speaker of the lHoitse of Representatives'
Attest. Trmoits DAy, Sec'ry.

Charles Shepard, Jun.
St. Croix Rum, Zante Currants,
Gin, Brandy, Lime Shrub,
Cherry, Clovewater, Bar & shaving Sonp,
Anniseed, ." _'h.iiJd & diped Can-
Cinnamon, dies,
Life of Mau,. Wrought & cut NaiL
Lemon, t* Codfish, Pickled do.
and Maccuby Sntifr,
PerfcctLove 9 Scotch do.
Molasses, Sm.' and large twist,
Sugars, Tobacco,
Teas, Lorrillard Long and
Spices, short cut do.
Coffee, Pipes,
Singer, Catnister and cora
Raisins, Filberts, mont Powder,
Fresh Figs, Shot. ,'lints, &c. &C.
IIarbordaNov. l! 4

You will wve haveno doubt, atLa proper tiie,
T'tE Ti '.l1 .S. take care that the state is -districted, for the
election of members of the Council and of
TUBSDAMY, .NO'VEMWBER ti, 1817. Congress; but this cannot be done with pro-

THE P'I(OSPECT BEFORE US. priety, until there is a general revision of the
No. V. system, or to speak more properly, until a new
REPU CANS OF CONNECTrcuT- Constlior shall beadopted. The present
Bi fore dnims..inrg the subject of public of- practice, therefore, rnuui |i-..l for some time.
e, and their appointment, there is one par- Under these circumstances, it becomes an en-
ticular which has not yet been noticed, to which quiry, of some importance, upon.what princi-
we must beg leave to call your attentin--itis pies you will be governed, in the election of
the du .'ua...o. rf,'-,,Jdlahs. This is unques- Couneellors and members of Cin... --Iti
tiou.Ul, til,- ". h-'- liificulty attending repre- evident that the freemen throughout the state,
*....rlti cgu rnm,',,t., and itn the minds of if left to take thL;r o.n course, uninfluenced by.
many honest, but Uiea politicians, is regarded a previous nomination, or .iin'.r lecti,.)h,'oit.-
as an objection to it, in..,.,nil.. .,,d (conclu- efforts, would ce..r :It- ,. ..iit.ld in their votes,
sive ; v.. hIl tIl ..i'.. nmi, of deinocratical and asto make choice. But t-.ri .It >.,'1i 1 ,,-
rs|..l.l,-.i ,ni w,i; ,.il a.,.l the advocates of a posed, that a choice could be in ,d. -.iiln.,r .t
mixed n:.. rin,.n, fooided upon civil and-ar- previous nomination, it = ....: th,:, ,in,,,,l,.
tificial distinctions and ordei's in society, each that such an election should ever rccur.. Elec-
p ...... -,, pL .,r in their dwn right, and inte- tioncering of some species or other will always
ut.s- d,; ,:nt anl in opposition to each other, exist-it cannot b,. -vis.d,. The Publiiniiid,
have' tad, the '*!:. ,".' and abuses attending by some means and influence, either secret or
thpe d ,.t." public offices, tne theme of con- open, public or private, will.become concentra-
..r ai,,l ,.,d .l,.a, ,,,,. On viewing this ted upon certain persons previous to the day of
., ,' di. ..,n.,n ,l. ind calling to our aid election. There will therefore in all instances,
tI,, ', "- ,. ..,i, in. ,.,i the resources of be virtually a previous nomination of candi-
ph't i,,,p n a, it ,.!,..i i d. ied, but that there dates, although there may not be a set of names
. ., .. .t ',:t ,,-.,;, li 1T.: election of public published to the world as such. This is an
.. n..,... .. ..,t from, thie evil incident to an elective government. If,

t U ,H lt llnat.,3i i .,I t -U S L* o" I' Uv tM.,..... ..... ...
ordc r i-.,]d contadtini of things, that nothing
wh..-h :-. huiinO n b- perfect; that there is
Sno i ondtion .i l'd-, rr -tate of society, butwhat
has its disadvantages as well as its advantages
no irn.ti.tuto-TI. ehicih :,r nut more or less im-
.. i n'it, al to ,!.. i. tlhe are not some ob-
jections ... -
The true 1.itrit -n'l pli'I. p)iP :,I :,lt,.smi n,
does I n t iA i 'iif.. I, n.., disguise the difficul-
IL a.,dc lMij.'i .ini,- attending a representative
g:s erminClt. I.i'- -inly wishes to havo the sys-
tem established upon such principles, and to
i. l thmlni so adjusted as to produce the great-
est advantages, of which this form of govern-
an', i -.1-1,, 1;1;..., with e tie least political
tiils to liia liit'. L..%posed.
To ensure the firtedom andfairness of elec-
lion-, i-.a dcr;-.I,.i'niui i i .- .rercsentative gov-
elnniU.nt 'I'.;, p'!J/ ilf them is equally
iniii'rti-it. I ti thiis i-.'iy t cured The dif-
I(.,il up *n .i s.li .-'." .ii;'- from two con-
,;.leiatn, n.--f.' ',:1:,. ..'nt of intelligence in the
l,-clor-,-,-ce''il, il,.t irn many instances the
gr :at I ud.y -f 1ti I n-Irr:, canftit be sufficient-
Jy' 13.:.u1intrd u i., i,~ idujl to judge from
Itl; r ownii, inoni l..l..-, if tl...: no-st suitable per-
son.- for tici..n t nm l cr. eqn-uiill. are liable to be
impusid u on hlivinitn.,,iiu J.il designing men.
To itudv lthes, t .i',-a: .' fir aspofsible, is anl
important object. As it respects the first, we
d. in p. iL,:.-e 1,: n 11k,- 3i rn-marks, not only
re .c, ,. -. ,r .,,r citizens are as
int?-ll;-i' it as thC 'i- .,f( any eitherr crnmiiunity,
but :,I..:, becau-,i if this evil should he consider-
ed int ci-t to a certain extent, it mustbe ad-
mitted t..iat it cjinnnt be remedied .immediately
by any ri. -l'atdin. innd can only be corrected
by degrees, and from a lapse of time.
Upon the second consideration, we would
propose to make some remarks, as we believe
it to be important, that you should at this time
have a correct view of this subject, and adopt
just principles. It is evident to the most su-
perficial observer, that the difficulty of making
suitable selections for office, arising from' the
electors being unacquainted with individuals,
depends upon the number of the electors, and
the limits or extent of territory, within which
they are comprised. This difficulty as a gene-
ral rule, is increased in the same ratio, a s the
number of i h-r tinor i- multiplied, and the limits
of the district are enlarged; so on the other
hand it is ,';ciniiil, i ,c in eir.'untli'n as the num-
ber of electors is reduced, and the limits within
which they are comprised are confined. Thus
in a town, most of the substantial voters, are
acquainted with thoseindividuals, who are most
suitable for town officers, so that this difficulty
will be scarcely felt; yet even here, there is
room for caballing, that subtle poison, which
affects more or less the body politic, in every
elective government. In the appointment of
county officers, if we had any such, the difficulty
would be more serious; but appointments by
general ticket, or those which are made by the
freemen throughout thie whole state, give the
evil the. greatest extention it is capable of re-
ceiving, and are peculiarly exposed to be influ-
eticed by individual intrigue and cabal As
from these considerations, it is apparent that
*the freedom and firmnc-s of elections, and con-:
sequently the influence of the people, require
that there should be as few appointments by
:..: r :1 ticket, orstate-wise, as possible ; so it
is .1i' hI 'hi ,i.i that thie influence of individuals
and the success of intrigneing and caballing, are
promoted by, and in a great measure, depend-
ant upon. this practice. You must be sensible
of the considerations, which have induced the
leading federalists, to adherelh so pertinaciously
to the principle. of appointing the Assistants, and
Representatives to Congress, by general ticket,
Their object has beun, to take away the in-
fluence of the people, and increase that of iudi-
cidu.ls. It is this practice, more than any one
cause, that has supported that system of prac-
tical aristocracy, founded upon individual in-
.rigue, which has so long prevailed in the s(ate..

therefore, there must be a previous nomination
of candidates, the question is, how ought it to
be made out? Ought it to proceed from the
people, or delegates appointed by them, from
the towns or counties for the purpose ? Or,
ought itto proceed rom a few individuals, who
have wormed il.n.-i.-I.t init.o the character of
leaders; acting in their own capacity, and for
their ow.n purposes, and withiotdt any accounta-
'-it'i.' If this evil -'rannot be excluded alto-
-.'.. r, is that any reason why it should notbe
rin-rded nn;in-t, as far as possible? If we can-
not avoid a previous designation of candidates,
ought not this to be done with fairness, and by
those who possess the legal, and constitutional
right to make the ultimate appointment? The
servile and slavish principles, v hich have gov-
erned your predecessors, will not, we trust, find
so ready a dominion over you. They have
long been commanded to vote for certain men,
and they knew very well the consequences of
disobedience- But you are made of "firmer
stuff," and do not believe in the doctrine of'
"passive submission." You will see to the
"ordering of your own household"-audatthie
out set, take care that your affairs are managed
upon just principles. You know-" whose right
it is to rule," and will uoither be inrced nor
cheatedout of this right. You will perceive, that
if the dawn of ydur power is marked with sue-

is no work eiaut thliat is better c:; U Cia Iu t'., ukd-sr th. szuperinter.i6ance of some e xwes O A VER EL E
for the yoig ryo, or beie.,c.i :. a ,i...l. t person or persons, as a sure L
for the young to, or beginner :ll n:allie- n..... of preventing the prevalende ..id t TTAVE jkust received the following GOODS,
matics. The- catechelical hri-aiiicnient loathsome and dangerous disease. 1 c .rn.p. i,..; an extensive assortment of
wliich'is observed throughout tie ilole In the House of representatives this Bill is t,.;O.':l123,. whichh they offer at wholesaleof
passed. riail,, on vefy favourbic terms for either Cash or
work, has rendered it more plliat raild fime- 'rest. JAMES LANMAN,T. Clerk. .Credit.
pie. The definitions and e:v.pla'a6on,,' of -Concrs'red in the Upper oe. 2j hhds. St.. Croix and W. L
Attest. THuatis DaY, Ssc'ry.
the principles upon wliichu the ditir:u et .---- i ,ll
branches of the science are perfou are M RRiED, 15 do. Molasses,
-, are Tni this Town, Mr. Elijah Gliberd, to Miss 10 do. Brown Stugar,
clear, concise, und intelligible. On the Betsey H-ariburt.-At Bridueport, Mr. 7,'..,,. 5 do. Lump Sugar,
whole, we think the book a useful one for Selby, to Miss Betsey .Burriii, both of Stratoird. 2 do. Old Jamaica Spirit, (very old and fine
AtWVindhimin,Mr. ,hares Lee, !o .TIi.s Beleh;, flavour'd,
common schools; and hope that the corn-. Howes.-Atsomers., Mr. ., .. nIartlet,tors. ip oa Bra .
piler, who has but just entered upon the Eunmce Htent ; Samuntd ;;.: .', to Miss C0 oe Ma.deira, Lisboa; Teoeri, )
active and responsible scenes of the drama Coso.-A hath r. t : n ao, M. r' an3 Chssto a, oulmcnar, WyN% I
'-",o,,F,.t'u M liss I.,.:3 W-1', : -- At. Shiaron, 2i.r. r n d :!.,, ,, .
p, hie, will meet with tlalt rn,ai d rl ,r. thle ..,,i,.,.; C. C.hapeh, merchant, to Miss Char- 30 h nests Bo ia, Toothong, Itso TEASI
public, to which from hn; indirdsti;rv per- lotte R. Lowry.-At Colchest.'r, Mr. .t'nia as M. p,nl Pmento.
S. ki Mer, senior' editor of the Auburn iGazutte, to 2,, i-, I ., 0 i
severance he is so justly entitled. Miss Elizabetlh De i oj.d.-AtNNw-Hilaven, Mr. ..:.., i:,., very fresh and hand
J James Bell, to Miss Sarah .13. Brown.-A '.. .,. some.
We stated in our last, on ifhiinuthwl.t of' London. L'.,il ..S !. n -,'Porler, of'.Nt '-'-York,- 2 j w.ce.i ni. Tobacco, eight hands
the New -Haven papers, that the Council to liss., 1' 1* ,i.. Att 1lutnd, -ev. .- t i...ur.d.
tnc" m jSft,0lrm an eec/er, ofLitchuield, to ,l : L T&'. Ljt Pr'- :-j i *; ,?.C,,"_n",,]t i
lihad negatived the Resolution o['the House- te'. 5. .:.', L.ii.-,,, i.. tch Snuiff
of Rep.reseltatLives, authnorising th e pre- At Utica, Francis Granger, Esq. Attorney at 5 kegs Salt Petre
SL *,fCa,!,,imaigua, and son of the late Post- 10 boxes Chocolate
senitation of a tSword, &c. to 0om1. }liLtLL. Gi... I, to Miss Cornelia Van: Renssel- 15 kegs Pure Ginger
We have however since been informed, that aer, daughter ofJ. Van Rensselaer, Esq. 5 tols Chalk
atA Itoht l I i'i-phio,-, .nin the 8th utlt. by the Rev. 2 ., Shtt
at the very close of the Session, they con- Mr. Carr, at the residence of Stephcu Girard, 3000 feet Window Class
curred in the Resolve. We are happy to! Esq. Gen. H NmRtY LAIl.aMANN, to iARtRI' 1001 quentals Codfi h l
mke thi contriction. G tutr, n .eice of ltephel GiradilEsq. There 1200 bushels ltosk and T. Island SALT
make this contradiction. w r neni -s. C. d Suiliers, Ma- 10 terces Blown Salt
Great shal de Grouchy and Son, G enerais Vandamme, 1500 half pint rTumblers,
Great prodddion.-Vpon the farm of Mr. and Charles Lallecmand,sen.-and a large corn- 5l ., d l o cuail, Cna
JosErP CLARK, of Nortlampton, ( aiss.) was pany of the friends and families of the happy Lime, Lamp Black, Demijons, Junk Boldes
raised by him, the present season, three hun- couple. Spanish and American Segars, slio Rrpers.
dred and eighty bushels of excellent Potatoes, A ,i 'nl, n B-njamrin Strong, aged 59 ; Juniper Berries, bed Cords, p1.,:mt l1,nls,
upon th/rce quarters of an acre of ground. This Mr. ..,.'. .",t aged 84; Mrs. J.bitgil Carrier, ground Coffee,McdfordandcommonCi. 1,-r*I .
is believed to be the largest production of this aged 7', relict of Mr. Andrew arrier.--At Oranges, Almonds, Filberts, Peanuts j,,d M.,,-_.
Brookfield, Mrs. Sacrah Keeler, aged 56, wife of ris' patent stop Cocks.
vegetable, of any heard of thisfruitful season. Mr. DanielKeeler.-At Lyme, on the 19th ult. Ferry-St Nov. 10. 46
"" IMr' :., Sr'/'-,,-', .,'zrd 73, relictofCapt.rWm l i ua l .-' Iin
The Governor ofPennsylvania, ha, byPr'oc- i si,. ,ln'-- A eit,.~ ,'-rl, on the 25th ult, Mrs. Po t'md ..ter 1 -tm,
laiation, recommended '.o i i.- of that 'owni, age-e 28, wife of 'Capt. Robert B. .Mai-St. t wo doors south of the Episcopal Urchl
l1 Browni, formerly of New--Londort ; [i I-. J.,., I- ..n
Commonwealth, Thursday the 27th inst. as a .,,. ge 6, formerly of su-1, n., i,l- OTTU r r informs the iniha
day of public Thyan!k -n r,. ,..,, on the 17t'h nilt. Mr. Samuel. each Eedwardis, bit n of Hartford and its vicinity, that
-- aged 40.-.A ,..rt.;,a,,,. -I .. .,.t Wheeler, :I,.,J hi c lIculte t .no lp n-.i;uh the winter, Oys-
A petition i.- cm .":,', l'i in r ,ir' tre i 23, wif'ofMr. Dvid W.-At Bridgewater, NLI.. ters i.. the irA, qu..It., .and t.-. cool tltn, in mall
Mi.sui Ie'-n ioi'-. ..' i. I-T- :." hi- Milford. Mrs. MA.ry Shenrmans, "aged 60.--'At the varietyofways, viz.-S.tewed, iht,ale.e, iry-
M o lelltlOI.'''. : .. ." ,,,..nlt 1n'. .""1--- Litchfield, Mrs.-''A ,.1.*h n .... ,,ed 97.-- ed, and m1de into Pan Cakes, withCol.1ilaw. c
telligencer) praying 1 Lto b,- .niitt. t nto the At Somers, Mr. S *...,* 0* .n' -S 5.' -At He has contracted with persons in LIr.rn-n, N.
Union on the footing 4< ol Ii ,l.'ec. Piymouth, Mrs.R osjana uler', aged 35, wife Haven, to furnish him with the first r.iic 0,('eri ,
Calvin Butter, Esq. procured there. Gentlemen wishing for this ar-
,rrivtalof More E iigranf,.s.-` -hli Dn:. I At South.Kingstown, (R. I.) an. the 19th ilt. ticle will find the best accommodation at his
brig Concordia, arrived at PhilaelphI ia on Col. Jon: WXa'ArIT, aged 76. lie was a patriot and stand, and if wishing tor suppers, will have on
Monday, in .3 days frontm Autwerp, with 130 a veteran on'lhc American revolution, and a strong the shortest notice a table set foir any number;,
Monday, 3 days fro Atwerp, with 130 advocate for the liberties ofi is country until his covered with all the luxuries in shell fish that
passengers. dcalh.-At the cantonment, near Plattsburgh, the sea affords. He has on hand a constant sup-
-- .~Anry James, daughter of Capt. Elijah Boardmnan, ply of Confectionary, such as Toys, Peppermint,
It is reporlcd that Comn. JosHUA BARNEY 6th U. S. Inf. after an illness of only six hours.- Sugar-Plumbs, &c. equal to any, and cheaper
is appointed Naval Oficer, ant PAnU BKNT At the Balize, mouth of the Mississippi, Capt. thap! can be bought by wholesale in New-York
is appnt, Esq. Maisha of laimt.ore. Fraincis olland, formerly of this city, aged or Boston.-Storekeepers will find it tottheir ad-
S U, Esq. Marimore. 37; also his daughter Lucy Jane follnund, aged vantage to call and supply themselves for the
--- 10.-At New-York, Mr. John Benjamin, Custam- approaching Christmas and New-Year. A large
i The fever at New-O .-,i, li..Il unit h,.niIJ House Officer and keeo,>r of the Public Stores. supply of Sweetmeats, such as currant and quince
onil the 7th Oct.-Aboti 7tl I, .-lFln h li uCe. ie was standing on a sloop at Berling-ship, Jellies, Pears, Peaches and Quinces preserved.
cuiTred froni the 1st of \ ..- in iI .- .i-c. whe hlie dropped down, and instantly expired.- Cakes of all kinds kept constantly on ha';d that
S e Lu01) ( 1 ln i' t ..v ,tl.,h u At -ew-Orleans, Major Charles Woltncraft, of are fi-esh, 'ice and cheap.
Tle Lucy Aminuin ni I t.,,.! iiilnoni theU. S. rtilery; also Di. Elsha Lee Aien, of WANTED-A Boy that can ccme well Jecom-
dispatches from o :, minister at the court of the U. S. ariny, n-nd brother to the lady of Major mended, as an apprentice to said business, of 15
.Spain. (Cen. Riplcy. Five of this family have died at a 'o 16 years of age---one from the country would
distance from their homes be preferred. .
Phro tAP N .,1,,.,, 1 *- Crn .' ne ,. ...... Hartford, Nov. 11. 46

cessful intrigue and caballing, its rising sun will ... r.. A i.,--,,ip l.ar-
be obscured by clouds of faction, and will soon thiii, Capt.. Weeks, of li-, piei, aRnt it at
set in darkness. Egartonn on Mto'y 1--., -.-. V-dlr...iic.
1lth July. Capt W'..k"', o Ill-,homeward
Striking Colours.-The leaders of the feder- passage t che at .t, Ci, a, hi 6 4h o Sept.
al party have taken great painsto give publicity whirrc i sas reporVite: lhim .* -.., sravolt id
to the fact of their having Struck their Co- taken place in Pernamnbuco, and ihat the cily
lours." This is the last effort of a desperate was in possession ofiihe Patriots. Ship En-
and expiring faction. Republicans beware! terprise, Capt. C.slii., of'Philadelphia froin
awake You cannot yet retire from the polit- nlian Fernanldez, arrived ait Valparaiso Oilt
t h o July, with the garrison from that place, wrho
ical field. If the enemy have struck their co- iJuly, With tpe gri, fom th at riots.
ours, it is in pursuance of the policy of pirates, ve t seles to the
and ./1gerines who ftght' without colours, To the Hon. General assemblyy of the State of
or under those which are false. The work is Connecticut, reow in session.
but just begun ; you have got to organize, and The committee to whom was referred the pe-
consolidate the government of the State,.so as tition of Mason F. Cogswell, aud others, on the
to unite and conciliate honest men of all part subject of Vaccination.
ties : until thisis done you cannot relax your REPORT.
exertions, or neglect your duty. Your affairs Tbat they have nhad the srme under consid-
c ration, and arec tully impressed with the impor-
have neverbeen more criticallysituated. There stance of the subject, presented by the Petition-
never was a time, when exertions and union s. .
The discovery of Vaccination, they view, as
were more necessary, than at this moment. Amoig the most important of modern times ; of
Wehave'received information of the most the efficacy of which there can be no doubt.
satisfactory nature, that since the leaders of That it is a sure p,.I-,.-L L.i, .,nit hclit loath-
federalism have adopted thefriendly and pacc some and dafullyscerotained, if ,L. ula ail it p-ox
tnhas been filly ascertainuedift l.u;iltvi,ilr. r-I r.ip-
resolution of striking their colours, they have rally applied. Still there persons who
been more active in rallying their political for- doubt thisefact, and many others, not peceiving
rrn n f any imineiliate danger, are indifler"nt, and neg-
ces, recruiting troops, and qualifying new free- let the application of so easy and safe a remedy
men, than at any other period. It appears that far themselves and families ; not aware, that
in some counties, such is the activity of these from the continual intercourse which does, and
always will take place among- the inhabitants of
men, in qualifying freemen, that blankly deeds, different parls of the country, they may be sud-
have taken a stoprising and sudden rise. So deinly and unexpected surprised by the intro-
much for the "era of good feelings," and for diction of the Small Pox, among them.
ostrikingoncan'sTe committee are of opinion, that the inter-
"striking of colours." Poison can only be cst and security of t.epeople of the State would
expelled by poison ; and it is not only lawful, be greatly promoted, by introducing a general
but becomes necessary to avail ourselves oftie practice in the several towns of Vaccinacion ;
butnd that this should be done sunder the superin-
same arins made use of by the enemy. You tendance and direction of some experienced per-
will remember that now is the time to prepare son or persons ; and as they are fully persuaded
that there, is no man in this country, better qual-
for the Spring Election. Although we have ified, from long and successful practice, to be
thought it proper to call your attention to this employed in this business, than Doct. SYaLanus
subject, and to apprise you of the movements FVAsSaIRl, the gentleman named by the petition-
ers, they feel it a duty they owe to him, and
of the enemy, yet we cannot, for a moment, o the nulic, to state, that in their opinion, hie
suppose that whilst you areyet smarting under ongight i receive tlihe patronage of' the Grneral
the wounds you have received from the "pow- Assembly, and support and encouragement of
es tt he yo or tile citizens of tlhec state; and that thie most prac-
ers that have been," you canforget, or neglect ticabl means should be adopted, to aid him in
your duty. his laudably efforts, in so benevolent a cause,
-- e calculateid to awaken the attention of the people
Arithmetic.-We have on recjuest exam- to this interesting subject.
For this purpose, they submit a bill abd reso-
ined cursorily a compendious system upon lution herewith presented.
this science, compiled by Mr. Leon-ard Signed, Per. Order,
Loomis. So far as we can judge from the In the Houe of Repesentatif es, this Re-
attention which we have paid to the work, port is approved, and acceipnted.
we think it well calculated for the purpose Tast. JAMES LANMAN, Clerk-.
Conncurred in the Upper House.
for which it is designed-an elementary Attest. TunohAs DAe Sec'use.
book for the use of common schools The pESOLVErD-That this Assembly do fully
author seems to have studied brevity and approvee of Vaccine inoculation, as an atfectual
security against thie Small Pox ; and that it is
perspicuity ; and we think in these objects .cry desirable that the inhabitants ofthe State,
he h,s ?st5,ccre;del. It is believed that there should universh.aly svaopt this mode of-Innoc .a.

!v ? llT ,' '."--(.'()!.,r-('I!EESE ,

RV \.. I ,OUR and .
CORN MEAL in barrels
250 tons 1st quality PLAISTER
Morgan St. 6w46
iuflalo ROBES,
Cramton & Johnson,
On as good terms as can be purchased in this
City. A LSO,
American Girth WEBB,
TRJ N KS, &c.&c.
Nov. 10. 3w46


H AVE just received a new supply of
Goods, consisting of Cassimire SHAwLs,
imitation do. scarlet woolen lung do. Silk VEL-
ETrs, scarlet and other coloured RrBBoNs, la-
dies'and gentlenien'sfine beaver :(LU.vES, green
BAIZE, LIN mssIN, &e. ke. all which will be
sold unusually low for cash.
Nov 10. 46
N OTICE is hereby given to all persons cluim-
ing to have an interest in the 19 'ToVhurlips
of litd on the River Mississippi, wihicli were
granted to the company ot'f Military Adventurers
by the Governor of West-Fiorida in the year 1773,
that an adjourned meeting of said Company will
be held at Morgan's Cofitee-houe, in this city,
on Thi,. I thle Iltit of November inst. at one
o'clock, P. MAI
.Hartford, Nov. 10, 1817. 1 '..56.
S-'! T -.is i,1 ten days, a few tons
,,'f ''I I ,I freight will be taken,
S"--"- d ,1 .''v more passengers
.'. :.... i e commodated, if ap-
-'-- ',I .'.-h are made soon, to
l t'.'' icOCK & NORTON.
Satest, Nov. 11. 46


A FARM for Sale.
T HAT valuable FARM, lately ocripilie
by Mr. SETH HAWLE{-, in the town of
Granby, and :.,ci;~-( of T.il.-, Hil., Tlhii
Farm comprises about 5'50 acre,: --f .....ut
land, suitably apportioned for mowing, plow-
ing and pasturage; is well watered, well-fenced,
and generally in a flourishing condition. It is
considered as one of the most valuable Farms
in the town, or perhaps in the county. Cii'-
cumrnstances rendering the sale of it necesiry,
it will be disposed of upon such terms, as will
render it an object to any person wishing, at
this most favorable time, to invest funds in real
Enquire of RICH ARD NILES, of Windsor
or the subscriber at this office.
Nov. 10. 46
OUR hundred pair women's leather
Rand shoes, for sale at one dollar per
pair, by

Nov. 11


TO contract for chopping 1000 cords Of,
WOOD, this fall and the ensuing winter.
Enquire at this Office, or of the subscriber at
Nov. 40.4 46
S IX months from the date hereof, are limit-
ed and allowed by the Hon. Court of Pro-
bate, for the district of Farmington, for the cred-
itors of RAPHAEL JOHNSON, late of Bristol,
within said district, deceased, represented itr
solvant, to exhibit their claims to the subscri-
bers. Commissioners on said estate.-Netice is
hereby given, that we shall meet to receive, ex-
amine, and adjust the claims of the creditors of
said estate, at the late dwelling house of said.
deceased, on the .last Mondays of Januarv and
April next, at 1 o'clock afternoon, on each of
-.a d days'-No claims will be allowed unless
exhibited within said time, duly attested.
TRACY PECK. Comm'rs.
Bristol, NW;v. 11, 1817. 46

SIX months fi-om this date, are allowed by the
S HOB. Court of Probate, for the district of
Hartford, for the creditors of the estate of EB-
ENEZE N ICHIOLS, late of Suffield, deceased,
to exhibit their claims to us, the subscribers, or
be debarred a recovery according to law. We
shall attend to settle said claims, at the dwel-
ling house of the said deceased, on the first
Monday of December, and February next, at 1
o'clock P. M. on each of said days,-All persons
indebted to said estate, are requested to make
immediate payment to
Suffield, Nov. 6, 1317- 46

7 HE highest price in Salt or Cash paid
for FLAX-SEED, by
Hartfqrd, Qst, ; 3.$17. 4

*.. .1 2i lo -Ishels coarse and FLAX: SEED.
M1 A1 1,- A fine SALT,T. 7 tIIE highest price in Salt or Cash paid
.- 1 .-.y 100 quintals.CODFISI, for FLAX-SEED, by
AVe JCST RcCEIVED A NEW sU C-i'LY O: 25 bbls. Superfine Baltimore FLOUR, Hairford, Oct. C, l:17. 41
C l",q a ,d Hard-W are A quantity ofPLAIS R,superior kind 'ANT
Goods, WITH A V r GY GEN ;AL ASSORTMENT M O A quantity of ir' .ch WHITE-WOOD
Paur-chased at the iate .dudio toS s in New- -Dd-(-l- r Tp BOAi.lS.-E ,, -
Yrk-hich, witl theirI former stock of O C I.E IV M. TINKER.
Goods, are offered for sale .wnoLrSALE and are oflherd for sale by Hartford., Oct. 20. 43K
are forsaleSWIFT & FRA CFNCIS
TaT. at very lowr pice, for cash or appro- who are in want of L FLAX S EE D.
St -,- w i Butter, Cheese, white Beans, dri- m HE HIrGHEST PRICE GIVrS FOR

-Copper tea Ketts, lat Irons, frying Pans, ed Apples and Oats- 1 L 1. .EL '.N CASH,
En:T .,-, bright-ahe'd blacksmijth'sVies -LIxKEWISE- SaL, -. ter, O GOOCS
T i T ,;,.L 'race Chains, 1000 bushels POTATOES and .1 00 ishels .
.,-;i. 'Bes, Dutch Skates, WIINTER .FPLC S--to be delivered soon. Of a y e'-' J..tion by
a..., priced steei andwhite metal frame Spec- Oct. 27-. 144-1 S'1IFT & FRAN CIS.
tables and cases. .c.27
rta~ea a. d :;it -,..-,,7 Chains, ARIEL A COCK, ..,i 27 if
s slasti sadronI. i s, T AS on hand a good asortmnit ofGrce- I ut iov z o ,Westera .wavdIlers.
Siler ey'dod p-itent warranted, and stamped v..J. ies, which lie offers for sale at reason- ERONE moving r .' ..- i-, :i .. the Wes-
White Chaplc Needies, able prices. tinI.i coivntry, arc hereby caiitionid tot tw
YrniNa-dles, Fish Hooks, Alsonhan, exchange tleir Eastern or l ,'ok nioinev, for notes
Table and dessert Ki,:'-s .-,'A Forks, Oarvers 1500 bushels 'Rock, T. Island aii ...i,. Sail, Iu,:u the Western anks'; nearly one 'aliof fthe
an .t s, Scissors hear which will be sohl lot l for casl, IM ,, ..,, 1.in.t o" .. .t' .. .. 1 .... iig un.
P !e4 ..,-t-s-IS Rye, Corn, Oats or Potatoes. nt. i anyt f a:ilu ti '.
SJat :, .i- r.i r-, i es ad Rlasps of almost t. 1 bOeN con...itte.il upon the iveance and ci'edu-
'eTry clescr;})tiol, rlity of th1e traveller,, and 1 omnfey licb,- at
C.st sleel umill uid Jac.;dsatw Files, flat French CONNE i & B E & D Ll EN, least, ats currant hi Oi.u Olo: their own ill, tliose
Fircs, F'FEIR tlie folloinrg GOOJDS, trailing it,, thdatcountry, will do well to keep
lnua'l, panel, fenon, sash, wood and'compass' (just received) at wio6e sale or retail, on their own mo-ej uptil they :' -.: he.
'oSg.ws ofrGemnan cast s-teli, very liberal terms, for cash or credit :- ,LL .
Steei plate English Mi6l Saws, 30hhds. St. Croix and W.I.n R,,a ;C Editors .:' newspapers who fce!
.3t i '"..,: 'i. l and X cut Sws, 1f0 Molasses suitable for retailing dispose'd to protect the ignorant aud uniguarded,
Locks, ,.;I ',tls. H- i ..-* .5'r'." andLatch- 10 .,, and bbls. Brown Sugar ,.vil.l probably confer a fitvor upon many, by giv.
--es-a.:,li !..: and sizes, 3 ,, Lump Sugar ins. the abfive an insertion in their papers.
Brass Commodes, (Jastosa, Hinges, Nails and 4 pipes French and Spanish Brandy .)ct- 26. 2w
-other Ie-ss founder, 2 ,, Holland GCa
Plated Terre-ts and Hooks, Buckles, mantle c25chests Hysoin,HysonSkin, Young Tl S. TO LET,
flad h Spots Stirrups. Bitts, crb chains t baPepper and Pimentoha Convenient two-story Brick HOUSE
Tinrred .and Japa.noed Sadlery and Harniess 100 lbs. N,.'tne., Cloves and Cassia on Front-street, next souili of Mr. G.
Frmnii.ure,a v'ry good assortment, Madeira, Lison, Terriffe, Sherry,, WNES Lyvnu's.-L.n.' .of R. BUJNCE.
Best Poted Bits and Curb :Cias, ialaga, Portand Colmear Oct. 27. 6,v44
*at T r.dTs. snuffer Tray, steel i5 boxes Fish Muscatel Raisins
d, b. ,-, ... I brass, japinanned and -0 ,, realScotch Herrings tb.Y
,,..,, """r : 31 g8 kegs Tobacco 8 handstl i DY
1,3 jars M n Ucit
Coeffe Mifls ; table and tea Spoons, 40 lbs. iLol'llad and Leipers Scotchl Snuf "F *'* A *... '.
Bress Andironrs, Shovels and Tongs, par ol,a .." Loose Teeth.
ax.;a's -and Cox' gs.g wu' cast steel Currier's 2 casks .t P.'o- :r .. e I. .
Kulvaes, 10 boxes 'lioc lt Orl A Oa :.;l:.-,. .,-. rmare-
Best ;.ce ; iii il:-, Squares, Rules, Spoke' 2000 Feet Windsor Glass ly ion:i i.h to relieve thiso ..... i .
ShasV'cs, cast steel Chisels and Gouges, Gim- 1500 lbs. Coffee with the iabov! pi:di fi and disgr'eeable corn-
biets; screw, ship and pod Augers, .5 tons Chalk pIaius, .appi'dito th> ti he iiand gu'ns a spctie's
,5'.ltdier's and .slhemaker's Tools of various. i .'Shot. olf iod, by raoy of'.xp-.ri.t'; nt, with asucces:s
indS, Rck, T. Island anid lVown Salt--London highty gratiivyii to hi, l'ecling, : 'lh:tvig tbiat
nd Stones, do Nails andTacak, brown Stout-French Noyau-3d, 4d, 6.d, 8d, hI,: wVilorelie;'s th n mo:ita i (|d(es tnhe most
E;ish patent Glass Paper. 10, Iand 20d Cut Nails--Codfish-auina:a li.e ; good. ie Jttl'," hlst he info,.r,,.d the public
Ai-,anI.ed Curry Cornsb, Slat,-s and Penciis, lamp li: --ck-l)eniorons, Junk not le s and Ttin- tihoi1h h11i ,, diiin of thte n:cwvs- 3ptr l'ut he
Gw'la Locks, Sh ving Boxes *and irashes, b -rs-Amcrican anid Spanish Seprs--St'ch- couldin alno-t e Case afti't i V desired
,0. L, ettersadnfigm'es and an.l.r 1 "-,'I,, Ship Scrapers-Junipee Be'ri'---lCd Cords- r- f
Cof Letters and figures f h.,r I int Itr.shas-I'ani3s, Filberts, Almonds, re, id. Num ,rbmsappiatio ih .' e .'c
An assortaeit of st h Hollr eons Oranges, Ground Coffee-'Mtorri s' J'. iole to ,'r.:, .nd h. feelieit t.e thi t iear.--
Hiatford, Oct. 13. Main street, west of the 1 cnt Stop Cocls-Medford and common Crack- t:l r..'. to toie ilietd.. i. t i- tr-
Count.-H sse, tr40 ers, &c. &c. queIt !''1 '- .....: f his' remedy, i' i,'ro'cId its
A'.ugust, 12. Itf3 ciicac.y.---He ineverthiCls coivice:', .hait
RUM, MOLASSES wd SALT" .... .. ........ th r s ime fiu iest:ne's of ths loath-dJte, '
Sitv a GOL T A rising fronim l-rvoijs affections armridotlh.r o,-
LEVEN h o C Lj LEAF. U ca, which this almost ,uniisrsal ren.lay willict
EVENhhdso oge'od letadiing RUM,'r
25 do.g M10LA -4'UEEP aid pale ,,, L LE i d' and relieve, That it will remove the scurvy from
1500 bushels Rock, T. Island and Blo" n BRONZE, glI rAtI,.l euC,,l ts do e the gums, od in'oiits :, ,. ...: ri. :.
SALT, fop nt. of he T. L Sal is, afioatj foi first quality Englilh. ,Lu co:IIt ,,U for -anc. osat inaiai I
sale sale by CiAUmLas (Cil.E .i.F ir, ni I 1 icto- experience, .* .. i, dhe months ,n the year,
THfi r i: SAVAGE, ry, two doors east of the .ot'e of Messrs. it has been d!...:. ..: that the efficacy of this
who r.itshi-: to purchase Rye, Corn Oafs Cranmton and.Johnson. remedy depends uron thie season ilwrn the
Flax-seed and .hit e Beans. Oct. 14. tf42 wood is used ;b its natural state, and when a-
Oct. 20 4 decoction is prepared tl'c-efrmin. The sub-
PR E g scriber thinks !,!hai t has .i. *,.''... J it to iu
OLOMON PORTER Jcertainty, hat the wood,, ', ,I tn pro-
LO ON, ]IO T RA, IJl duc.tedtherefrom, hias its greatest ellm'Icy if
oFra FORSALs Cash paid for RY E, by .Ii..ii..Midprepared in the tin.nadand

20 chests Hyson Skin TEA, first
quaijty, of the line sh ip Hunlress'cargo.
ReTtired frems ? ..-.. i:, / and Bos'.on, and.
14 hhds..best ZIoulasses,
4J hIhds. first quality Brown Sugar,
It? hags do.' do.Browin Sagal;r,
10 b::rs best Green C0i ', ;.,
10 boxes N- Hills & Waits besthocoltte
Shh'ds, ionev v-ry io4-.
8 hh sts. u ,','' i, N ,,,,
7 chests Young-s'yson and Souchong Teia,
0 baleS Cass ia bags Pepper-ePimento.
:2jars, S bb 50 ,,i ,, L,.,l.,,. 's and Lei-
par 'sioS f, wiarrantedto be first ,quality
JO t'aSk5s 'Toaeco, very i first quality,
bes Ornges, Philadelphia Lmp Sgar
70' bi shels T. Island Rock, and othr Salt,.
It) ke.;s & bils. Raisis ?.i -,l .... r
S bgs Shot ofali kinds, Shovelsan Sade
I-i, aen, or single, Codfish and Plaster
.To, r and t itch.
Hartfoir'd April 15. 6

.11. "CL -1 7 7

vCorner of M0ain and Stale-Streets, 10 rods
souls of the Court-House..)
T v\E o 1i.!nd, and are cnsantlvn mannotic.
. ':'in, fro-m good ma'criasis and by the best
Wr:minen, all kinds of .IL.TS.-They have on
ih..'. tied. a tie best maneir, iandl warriantad
Cs t',:,! t ;, colo,:-, leave: ers, astors, Itorams,
N.pts. Children's fancy and Wool llats-ibr
s:ef, cheap for' cash or approved credit'
TInose who wish p:rt:cu!ar Hats mnrnuiac-
torIed ior them, can bZ accommodated by apply-
m'' as above.

Pui'S ani Trillni gs fori sale..
Icet. 13. 43

i'.r' s le a ths ."

Wethersfield, (Rocky-Hiill) 6w42
Oct. 13. 1817.

yecscf, k. Shop, sfoci'.

Wltier rdmo ns. itn 90swae ins LanCes it I. iS fai1(A
fi'romn using lthe wood andt thie dccectfon gather-
ed and prepared iu the sumnuer months It
ough! in no il stance to ha a:ippied to the gunms
of children previous to shedding teeth.
As ih subsrci fiber ha; applied this remedy in
a decodlin and by the wood, its bark, leaves and
r ~is, a;nd has secured a patent for the discove-
ry, he nondies all persons not to interfere with
his rights ; and informs Druggists, that upon
appli action, they may .. *i J with hi's de..
codion at his house infi ,.,i r',e', l-artford.
Oct. 27. 44

S u, w tau, sova,,
(Tv'n.y Rods Vorth of the Cor--- house, Mai.- A Gd BargCain for
Street.) [A IM ELSC, or ML ACHANICS.
ELSHA P. CORNING, J ,HEI,, subscribers offer flr sale, thi ec good
G RATEFUL for the past favors of his cus- -. Fairm, lyig in the town of Harwinton,
tomers, informs the public that he has on coilniiing m teil whole tracts of land, Four
hand and is constantly making, Ladies' and Hund'-ed and Fifty Acres :.-one form of. 140
Gentlemen's BOOTS and iHOES, of every ;: cles, lyS'lug about one mile from the turnpike
iptio. Those who may rhim with roat :-t.wo more : iying on the ttrnp-tke road
ito. Those wo may fa.ori wii .'ithfrom LitcifieIl to 'armni.gt'n, and tu .ut 'iuhv sit-
thleir custom, will be supplied on iate most ae- ,ated, one wt, an leegsan house, well finih d
.:.ommodating terms. and an excellent stand for a tavern, .with out
ALSO FOR SAILE, building, contamirnii 100 acres o:- more as suits,.
Morocco and Calf Skins bv the doz, and olne othlier which was the first pitch ever
Boot Crd ande in the town, with a good house and other'
Boot Cord and Web, and most other arti- buildings, with one or two hundred meres of land
les in his line, as usual. as best suits the purch:'ser, and the payments
Oct 14. 42 will be made easy : fob other particulars enquire
TAKE NO TICE. Living on and near theme premises.
GEORGE BARNA D, arwinton, Oct. 23, 1817. ,44
S ESPECTFULLY informs the public, that NEIW ,MILLINER Y.
She carries on the '
in all its various branchel's-particularly rF ': I-
Tools, and Horse and CattleS'hoeing. He' l;,t- i'i AS received a new supply of
ters himself, .from his long experience, a1nd the -&. -L clCegnt and fashionable Mill:nery, among
ehnonragesment he has received firom his nu- abhich are Leghoiin, velvet knd straw Bonnets ;
merous friends, that; hsi will ie able to execute English Beaver iHats ; Mohair Caps; black and
his work to the satisfaction of all who may colored Crapes ; elegant Ribbons ; Osuinch
please to honor him with their custom-I1 rods t'XFthelr, o"' all colours ; artificial Flowers ; face
ea't of ithe Little Bridge, Hartford. Veils ; l,'ce Vandvkes; thread Laces ; floss
Jan 1 1817. Silk ; .ilk I i'o;s and Tassels ; elegant Plush
Trimmings, fior pliisses and gowns ; Cords, Lr.-
-1t t cents, Gimps, and othe: trimmings ; straw braid,;
FOR SALE, part Mead na-mils indlpensabies ; ladies' sat-
in Jean Shoe-, &c. &c.
BY HENRY WADSWORTH, c The most appl-oved and latest fashions for,
dresses and bonnets aire received. .
50 on anl wooden bound fresh Rum d mm r
lioasheads, Oct. 2. 44
18 I-ipes
20 large english 74olasses ltogsheads, WA T E1 f .),
10 1 do. l'erces S an Apprentice to a Druggist, an ac-
60 second-hand barrels fit i'r, Cider or ., tlire 'o -o, l--' 15 years of age, of
Brandy. rcptabl parentiage. Enquire oN
Oct. 2" 43 JOSEE'H LY.NDE.


Octi 9R.


T IiE Lot :.ad tBumIdings situated in the beau-
tiui Vil!:.ge oi f iMnticelio, Sullivan County
8'.ate of Ne;v-Yoik, containing 280 acres of the
best land; in the County, about 80 under improve-
i1eaLt-its situation. is peculiarly advantageous, it
ns bounded in iroit oin the ''Tnitike from Ntw-
lurI to IDclaw;,re and encloses the Court huuse
aqkiire on lha west itand iorth, iiil contains at
i asi 40 of the best building lts in the town, on
tlie p;' miss is a good new house, with a atrge
.'ore room in front, a barn and outhouses &c.-
a'so a thrifty orchard-is well watered, and
;in mos' r'cprcts the hest located property in the
Couiny, for ifu' lier particulars enquire ofnRichard
R VQiris. R q. at Monticello, or the subscriber'
at Wichliesie.
Also the property now owned and occupied by
Richtiuil Co:t in Winchester, containing about 120
ac. s situ;;ttd 1.2 a mile West of the Meeting-
hou;e, with an exscle,-tent Hmse, 2-B ats7ro;dliaise
houlie, Wood house aitnd othb.r out houses, which,
for co-aenience is n. t ui, ])-ed i this State, S
food 'e'lls, and 2 (o clI.,-a-. of tie best of fruit,
and is 'sell calculat.l tfor a duiry farm. E quire
o' Wl. S. 1ARISSI, of' Hartford, or the subscri-
ber on ithe veremises.
Jiktcewis 300 acres of land near Rome in the
StAttl of New-Yor'k, for wh;ch WM. G. TRACY
Eaq. of'Whitestown is ageat.
Winchester, Oct. "cl eowtf43

Cabinet /are-IHouse,
" AS removed his establishment to the
' bouse 6 doors North of the Little
Bridge, where hlie has on hand, and is con-
stantly making Mahogany and Cherry
CABINET 1- I .'Nl I LUlE, consisting of

and almost every article in his line, which
he will sell at reduced prices, and on ac-

conmmodating terms.
Oct. 6.

C ,ntinues to exchange Land of the first qual
ity, and very advantageously located in the
towns of' Avery, Oxford amid .li.h ;'e, in the
the County of Ituron, State of Ohio ; lying with.
in about 6 miles of Sandusk3 Bay, and from 2 to
6 mtles o tihe shores of Lake Erie, for good'S .sr-
.sntIs Farms in this State; or he will sell said
lands cheap to actual se tters, and give a credit
of' 4 years. In said towns (which are adjoining'
each other) there is already about 100 Families.
Schools are established, Saw and Grist Mills-
erected, &c. and through which the great traveled
road leading from Buflfloe and Pittsburg to De-
troit, &c. passes. Apply to said Eldredge atTol.
land, Ct. or to .ABEZ WRIIGHT, Esq. atHuaoN,
in IIuron County.
In this State for sale vruy low, and one moiety
of the amount of sales :t a long credit.
LIKEWVI3E a very pleasant situation in the
SCity o Newt.tonclon.
Tollaid March 18, 1817. t13

To be sold,
On accomnnodatiig terms, and such as MiBI en-
sure large profits to the purchaser,
700 lbs. PrelcId Camphor,
300 Ilis. Gumt Arabic,
130 lbs. Gum Ammoniacumn.
EcNQUIitt O,
Hartford, April 22d. 12w17

And at the1 Book-Stor of WM. S. MAPSH,
of Hartford, (Ct.)- Captain RiLEYM;
and .,'ithe
Slavery S ;'J o the Author
with accounts of the
Oct. 28.


TAS receceived from t'c:-. rk. a consign-
ment of S:ble arid Moc Martin,
u nd' Tip]:ep Tt
which lie will sell far cash -i itle e. prices as
at thel amnxufhcturers in New-York. ,
The highest prices will be given
for FOX, .MINK and (OT'TER, and all other
Shippingl Furs, during the season.
All Bank Bills in the Union ex-
chanlged, on the.. most accommodating terms.
Travelers c.- Lc .co rui ,- d 'd thi Guld, Sil-
Ver, or any .';.,jit Mi. llS 3i1 '. .ah, iand be sure
of getting those that are '-cnuiIpe.
Cash advanced on Bank stock,
left fo" sae.
Wanted topurchase- 100 shares
in the Iaunks in this city.
To Lei--Two Siores, The one
the subscriiber now occupies, the most noted and
best standl for. business in the c't-. Also the
next north, both very suitable :"u cL. .. Stores,
Dry (oods or a Book Store. Also, sever;ii
Chl:amnbers over said stores; low :i,'n a.' in the
centre ofbuzmnegs.

Oct- 24.


On low & accommodating terms,
A ND possession given the first of November
f. next, the three story fire proof STORE, at
the corner of Commerce and old Ferry-street,
now occupied by Levi Collins, Jun.
As above, the three story Brick STORE, in State
street, occupied by Montagite and Seymour.
A pleasant and convenient Tenement in Trum-'
bull-street. Enquire of- -

Hartford, Oct. 27.


T'" IE brig" Pizarro's cargo of Salt, for sale on
reasonable terms, for cash or approved
credit. Apply to
HI. & C, WELLES & Co.
Oct. 28. 44.
f m nont summer Wheat, first quality,
for sowing.
150 busliels good winter WHEAT, for
:.:, for sale by .

Nov. 4.

C. & 5. UDJODD.
State t.. 45

(Opposite the Post-(ci:e' i'
PROA DCL( 'H."?, Cassimeres
Flannels, Baizes, Blurl'zettn, Tart..-n.
Ladies' A"t Gtdnlmn'in's 1Vorted Hue, ver low,
'Silk Hose and Gloves,
Down Trhimi;-,, c'oollen Vandykes,
Floss Silk Cords, Silk Brade,
A great variety of Ribbons,
A variety of Silks for dresses and Pelisses,
oreen Floranees and Levantines,
Large ailk'Siiihawls,
Silk and Cotton do.
Fine Biook i.uslins anrd Lenoes,
,Fine French Lsman. I.n,,,, C ,n'iics, &. -ce.
All which will Le -w..l ii,-nally low f'or cas'o,
N..B. Black !n.,la Lusti lugs for 24i.
Cotton Utmbrcli:'s 4/8.
Oct. 10. C'A !:

(:'"' -~idiji iil er llnrinlutlaCLust'es andi
A ," keeps cuoim:iilith Ibr s-lf. deep and
pale GOLD ...I', l fie,.',i he unriaims to
be o('it e b o t qiuilo,. : All orders for this
article will be ii il,, hiln:l' aiend'- 1, 0 at
the manufactory, a low dt.ors Soulh c.f the
Little Bridge.
Oct. 6. 6%41

m HE schr. JoHN, J.
.'L oveland, master, will
,.''.. "' -" sil oi or about the 20th No-
"-' seuiibr next. For freightor
./ '* p:,su.' applv to
J. S '\. AU A : (o. Hartford, or
SA .l-!.f,.B. LDFIELl), 1i01ddleto-c.
.Oct. 21. 4-3

10H ; SE S.
'T7-ANTED, 40 s ui,' HORS-ES., Jouiing
V and sprightly, for which good pa i;3
he made, by
Middletoiin, Oct. 20. 43

y anted,
And for which Cash will be paid,
100 bbls. Gin & Whiskey,
100 bbls. Cider Brandy,
5 tons Cheese.
SJ. S V. AGE & Co.
Oct. 21. 43

.P0rITE an.i --BUTLER,
4-.AVB .'-tl c.,npi.iel in a,..s tIrnent ,Trr '
Cl.Y *il %lis, wh'ch tcly think far superi-
or to any ever offered in this city. They will
sell them as low as Chairs of the kind can be
purchased in this or any other place.
which is well made, and will be sold as low s!
t any other regular Ware-House.
Public patronage is respectfully solicited.
H rtford, Main-st. near Bridge-Market.
Feb. 4th. 6


A SUPPLY of the above arti-
cle is this day received, and will be con-"
stantly kept for sale.
Also, a new supply pfpaints, cheaper than ever.
Varnishes, Brushes, &c. &c.