New-England palladium
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 Material Information
Title: New-England palladium
Uniform Title: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. 1803)
Alternate title: New England palladium
New England commercial advertiser palladium
Alternate Title: New-England commercial advertiser palladium
Physical Description: v. : ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Young & Minns
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: November 8, 1803
Publication Date: 1803-1814
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Available in microform from Readex.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 21, no. 20 (Mar. 11, 1803)-v. 44, no. 52 (Dec. 30, 1814).
General Note: The phrase "Commercial advertiser" appears within the title ornament, Apr. 23, 1813-1814.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 10064932
lccn - sn 83021278
System ID: UF00073188:00002
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Preceded by: Mercury and New-England palladium
Succeeded by: New-England palladium & commercial advertiser

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ten tion p of the .s : ,I IP s .i '.'.-d a" i:, '-** nd
].,:-i everf tince the peace of '7h3, ;b
.,*-L ,1r independence as a nation was iiYlA-.
ly :l: -.''.; -,Gf..l. The. imn nenfe tra'; of
cui.i.,,. owned. by the Unied Statec, 'ii. li,
Slices immediately l n tihe r iil'.', or o ..n 'i,,r .
nicates w-ith i ', i Ir:.Tir, of large -'. .*',,,
rivers r 1.. J itl. our boundarne% ,., 1I. : it-.
tree navigation a 'objet, not onls y ofp itneFti-
r.able advantage, but of the very firil ... :.l:"
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th i"3t degree of n9rth Latitude, and emra p
tit:s.itfey into the (',,it of Mcxico about the
9th- I,c re north latitude. f It fvurntiges
the only outiet.thruugh 'which the produce
of the Indiata TerritaTy. of tapidityatS of

trin parts of Pi'nifvAicania ( and iginfi, and
a portion of .the M'.ilppi ikno., Territory, cma ber
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ell ir oIbmnitftd its mofl ample latitude,
,i 1..t fi.holdre to them the full advantags of

pro accent fo cxt-remeat diificuk c tat few ve-
fis i sit. ".'.-i ,fl, C at)teIpted t, go as a ar asr
our .boundary. T!,i ...iju.,,..* obliges the
-itizens of tIe wefterni country to carry their
-yearoduce dio.n th1 river, ih boats,, from which

'-i tg a Lea ..:'i' .:, it follows; theareai- re that to
enjoy t. fu'I benefits of c',ivgation,. fuine

polite atould bebOraed .- hicsLi ea vrht ubceen.
prifrom without great inoill enicmene i. 'here
"*the Aco :riL ,n producee mayt b t .. t ..t la'
o,,,.l e.is av t :.is tl. :i tt Lrr arrivedd abroad.
lThis a;'.'i-: ,t..*:o t -s feared, to. b .a in the
year-1 '; b. r l':. Spaniih -governmehr, hho
agreed ii y, tetr'nnt" .-f San Lor'en. el 1.,
dil AA "'.ri.:.,n: ,1 ...l I i Lay: tl e Hight o6 de-
po{it at NetTOrl3~:as. This right ha'. beern
thtted fro that ofine till a late .perio d ;i bLite
he ouldti ldf.Ithe caei,nt oat that place .
Pfle-os how liabl e fhe a d.io p-ageous :, t : bei.. ,
'of the river is to. iintrrupiion; aucd ,t11 ', er
.ptint oat,the ipolicv of rd-ihgI o a for-
eigri r,,.i'n for benefits., which our citizens
Shae-e a ritli, to e'-..f fubini.ti. be Injured to
dthem by thcir own governmet. It i, [..,
that late -viort of n fvr-Orleais iay aga i be
openedbefore any very -i. ,i.,1 ;,,...r,.. arife; :
but ,lih uldtl,: t.. the ca;., or if, as'! r.- t .
profids;, a new place f depoflit should be a.
i. n l, ii i tI, .*t in .l It [Ifliews t h e unce r

p." r tL. i. i n.,e u ,t ... .t : i -",,Orlea ..
i., i, "i '-.. ,-rmay .rio .' ted.. fo, t f ,e usthe
lto the alternative t fubmii tiig to injury, nor
i -" I t., i ir is w a I t
The late violation of -.n tria i "ith ;.
i i,.l 7, leads. to. the i'so' i ..'.o far the
..i.iiie, country may c .. :lf t t. .n. otlier
1..i-it. t.i I'. n..tnefte n .wit- i, Ne, Orldcreans-
1 hi- .1i.,i'..- Territora f tend from., tien
conhnes of Georgi a to tle river i Mitis a ypi,
and froin tlih .l3: to the 3 th J'.: \\'' of. nortl.h
i.n .':d.-. .qIt is f..t.h- .- tp co -tain moe
than ifsty.millionu ,, h,.-,_ a ynd .ie...] I nd -
,,, ,..i.: 1 :,,,.; ,.: mutt one day or other pdcf-
iels. anr i;nmenie popula'ion- The ,rieity:
ri--inefs aid. abundance -of its f 1..:r.e- :'1r,: .
i,, T, *.. ,,t t '. r ..l. tlie 11rongeft inducemep ts
at.- .t...r thither, ana hi e "l .... 'Sdaii may.
fafeh ., '. 'r: on draw ng a pt ii. o .'.. i...-
ei. i..m ti,,. fale of lands in this, as \yll as
in other q-uarteri' c? ihe .. ,l'.n-, .countr.
The value of tl".', however, may oe dcmina.
ih1 ... or i : .: .!._ a ,,l ihe f le ,i- ..i ..' or
adiyK.nsc ,1 ) ,}:,; **'" .'..f.,:-': made .i ... ': ,rb-
,ie. r,, ,; '.' -.,- the port of .V Or-i
leans: .,.li oy tItint'l rrieaires which may
I_., ;,. pt .' guaid .1,, 1 i.i fiah ijar injum ris.
S I ,'......., t.s b. ,,,,}, pn t,.,: ,., I1, by,
tih: ?.'i;' fr 'l', ;L,..,,.- from which it is fe ,-
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;,. '.I,, rive. "| ... h. tc .1 h'!ich ,i it
f.*,,n"T.' ,r .. .. ; .,., t!-,.. r.d. by tlie river
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had mitendyd for p'oi oo n i.II ,:tr, "."c ii
l Ideb d' to ..t r f- the '..r i.."'r .! l t'
of, ).o 0ln' a 'the i provin e: .- f 1' ". : ""'d '
iniall ciintilue mi the o '.i" of a for''Ptnl
nati. ,, ,. .. i.. ti f b i T e .. ,
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L, t .. I. ,-" ,. r tr i.;r t to proQmote
the freedoipa: ofi, !ul, b d :., open the
mouth of' t -,11 i ,, i .... this having
been the olicy. f ..' p ,.- .ho : ,
... til of -thfo I ,, -, f ; bce, the m lo
andtec Tt ,;rl ,.I ,".. 0. But the
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tofore p.. ..,i, ;... ru thiler
country r 1. 1.. ,, ei
trade ol t ....'.. .. .. 1 '. is every rea-
fotn to i l i l tl ; II .ot r a daily
adin t .. ... p-'- t: .. 1, I, 1 i a.ry to car-
ry on a trade eitohr '' J .1. otI er -. i l
foreign nations. This e I may. *' en,
nc 1 o .. i, i e- ... .. .r r but
It ,: t,..T Lih ti t ,,., i... '. A all
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... ... ..... h, :J.1 ,1 .. J i.,;, i 1 .. its'
junCtion with ithce' ate ef f-:'G--, it thiL river
St. M ary's :- ,... ,' -.,, I, t..i, hundred
mliles-into tl e fca, forming a hirge pcniliifl-
and has fome very fine hIrbors. The ifoth
ern point, Cape FIorida, is not more thatione
hundidrd iniecs ditlant from the HaIvanaih,
and the poflfefion .of it may ,be benr ficial to
us il -relation to our trade with the i- .f7.-
'ies. It would : '..:,,i. make our whole ter-
ritory compact, would .add confide trablv to
our fea coal, and by gainil us the Gulf of
M.exico for our southern boundarvy.,-would
render us Iefs liable to attack, in what is niow
deamid the moil: vulnerable part of the

.. t irom fthe aforegoing .view of faEs, it muf
be feen, tlat the .. F. ;. a, of NAw Or/cans
andi %ii'ri! l .s iii .t .. ..il e require. d.for
t e
tl .. ... tl. nt ed Staltes, b.e.t.vwill
be d, J...1..J !. t : ) I..t n, :ciu,- nececli-
ties r-I i ', pI ....I ,t. .,. ,.s, with
tli-f' t -... ,,' .L i. ,.J t..t, drain an
ey:ten-.*t',.- ,., ,.v ,.t b ,.- I..., t an one
I.' '. "..- 1 L I-.. r. .. .. ,, at t i-st
t1 le i ..] t 't ofl o r, .t.. .t ,:.tt .and \ro-.
m ne ,.i ;., beyond :the experi-
ince ou any forme" ,tiane, or o tf any other a-
ton TI. ,dI J ...... -, ..:,r. corn,
mand the ..1 t r' '. i .. I b..r eft

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S,, ,.. i.o!A-, forward to the !. of thlI
S, 1ed;1.,! {" efie. ohi,, th; e./ :. :...1, i
the other-rivcie out: pIofterity, Netw .. : ,,. .
.., .' becomecs. part 6fthe ', i ../ ,.: .1 '.._
S y .... ;.* *,~. ": t. L, .'. +. .
STihe 'r:-;t Ii:i"il, th., wbich prefetata i3..
f -i.is, J.all ,ye at this tine lay the ,f'i _.- ..I-
for futiire peaceby 9'!.- f. fair -,! ....n -
alent confideratipn ; or :,.i we hereafter,
incur ihe hazards ',1 tl,. ..r,'..r.. of war?--.
The > ... .uia.,t of thef. e .' ..... .:: is differ.-
ntly -organiiied fiom any other in the ,orldi
Its.objea is the happinefs of man :its policy
and its iri'rcft;., o putfu'e fight by right

man race, and fliqld never be r;d rated to but

wife goevirfment v,;ll avid i., when i.s views
,an be attaeied b, peaceful measures. r'ridces
fight' for glory, and thite blood.and .tfeafire of
*,,,n (,,'l;( t. is tha pria they pay.. In ll
:,,t.ci:.r, ,"1:.: pt. .:%.- bedr the burthea dt" ,.ar,
anid in the United Stateu, the pcopfe rule.
Tl,,: .:- --1r: f ;d i i e ii..: ,, i n.1 of
h.. i, :,..h1[, .-:rd [. the dtty of :lh..!.:, .#re-
;ern ., :: t,, .' p .* "- : *. i",, ,r .Lntj whicK
... ...n .. U,!... l Jda ,, ii .,1, the e i .;-
.'!, apd the l.'.ipi,-, f the tiation. ,c
may indeed .,. :-., :.;'.l-. reforcd to .s by
t,'rei ,, lbt- there .:s a want of fortitude in
v;t'l, "i-,s t'nmporary remedies to,..,, r,-,-...,t
evia ; thereby impofing on our t..-(il.r,
a burthen which wi o'urfells c, h' to bear,

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['o" ir s .. t .,'.
r a ,11 i a.t i .il a ..ti

e i.it,.. r ..' ith rle
.n 'I .,"'. ;'i. ti; n .
u n.,mt ot ,.,.m [ii..-
alnd L !I,.,.t ..e

d 'r the r th -i. i I.
ti .. : recoFinvrent
folution refc''rcd t

lars Ii ast i d '.a tb,
be approtiriated to d<

t" t1. f" ." anire
dot oi :, '. -.. .
d r the r r. ,,

The .Houfe wen
t:':.. 'J lIt ;i1.:nl ,Jli
to'te, vote fLor ire
ted ; and tl,-., .
o r ia 'ic. ..t .
three c .1:,lu -i
,..iM .-- jr.A1y fp
-meidinent, 1 o that
the .-.elc?-or,f .the t
confided ;th t tie.a
:o'. ... Lot s, '
:. Mr. G,' T': Ca

.tO lware in faon
: S A' so -" ". '1 .li.i'
h- Mir .. Cr T." o
had produced mor

to t ohe fele,..commr
.. Mr. Nic :oL.so;,

b e ij.:c ;.i.:. i. .
committee, h. .
lagai before them.
the report, hfouldl
R ; ,. r... II. 1, ... ,0flu
a Prelideint from. a]
have, votes, in-cafe
,,.M r. SMI,+. ,,i'1
the five l. I..1. can

-. Mr'. L-oDA n, a

rceafon. ,:--. ': ,. '

the motion..,, ..
The queftion'wai
oL SN' S ammidmner

M 'Mr. SMIt.ot. i.-i
infert f-i.,.in. thi ..
Mr. .Goot... i.
this amendmentt fo
had .eeni in. faver-
grenrteman from Af
.fram Temne/f-, (M
:ha it it u r ..,dut
of ii,' .i. t l't du
as ; r, .1 f,.. ,'L
of -,I i".,,t:
had 'tile honor to rI
fi rther oLfer'ies; tl
from whihh a.ci..'i
enfare a nearer : p
people. Now' wha
,-1 L I --e Rates ot
.Pe=rt,'-';:-l He
be c.-I!', v.i, Ir: th
States rnighit bhi
larger States ,..ill
nation of t-ic pL r,.
and .Vice-.,, aa.irr.
anditlateiis, neither
i i .. ,f 'if the eli-
f .. ''j.,,: them tl
He confidei"ed thie
to ..:.. .i l the ,
are fo tenacious.of i
fdiffcr i{ to remAin a
(ii.: ...' ; .i.? to alt
the cate, tie hoped
be made than was n
gentlemen profi:ffed
greater the number
ter, in hi: ;:,. .,-.


0 geaterai'i.i...ir i'._.uLl The Senate and Houfe of Reprefenta
ec.cflary to !..,urL the '.rLa tives ..f r T I. P. a appear to lbe jli..
to have in view. 'Th'. I .-. ... ll t I IF i ,..,j :;u .end .nti
of candidates, the gre to tiht C'..il iiht.. 'i.... Thie l -i'.,: ,I l '.c. is
would bIe the inflaenci of db-io'.g. at t' '-: rme t;.'.c iiin kth Li..iil.ei,

ta--I ~-t' --'I
- "77i


>. ,; .]

O THE STATE. :T',, nOt I..,P.s?
,. .;rAAc. j.

[ !r' .

in he .ld,, v i. ,[ u t i..t t I,- i, ,.r ... N r. *,:, ld re b av
hiC '-. r> I].pr l1 ,. .i ., e,. 1 -.'; -, ; rr _,l-.,'".. ad ct'on ], th,
in r.i .rt ,t i 'J .'.,r l'. i r I. -'.; [i,- ce r: dc
bl.t t,. A mn r'_i r:- ICn, c, b t,,i: .... ,- 1 5.--,- ..- ct ." .. ; arind
cr M. v iil h ir -.t.:, whi,_ ;.. ,- ,. I b th' h.. npl tihat ,.n
.ill unrte all its nerg;!-:. in them 'M ,.,;;,1 .. f *-~,Fr..,'1 cLctI .,n, li-,-y
PO-, -.... r.. I l l con' inc ". *."o dili Lc '. Pi ,' i ..I-,,c t1o the diichar-~
.' ii of a. ill ichO,,i .ii on ofl:thl d..itV, .. j .: ii .. ,th .r diii c .
t'er. jr' e Ic o ri..on- fatiii .n.l, n i.,..,j ,, :. them.in
vards us.,.; W e' Ih:dl Ihac M r. R 1'oc rn IJ, (F,,t pr.r-,.ii ti',At
olIei j tit ce ; it will l, c.,mrrmirice were r.- t il:.- to coire- t,.
r.pult..-r: were-fair .pand. diecili n fo-in, a, to the ir-.nd-n.nt. I.. v.',l.;
*i:dg.J that our :-aIr *Ci" mo-e th.t ih com-iut e lit, lJ ,i i ti ith. IL.L
build alli.hr.x: be retfLir'-, HHoul might r-ake ip the Luiilanai Treatj.
.,it,,la.i forrt.-..-. V e t -Cz r-', n a-e'; 6.-: noc.;_-r.
and- It, llit ;h,.rdure po.fcfs .:- ._--
*. O ur ,n n.,uinc ,,ill I'.nJ L.'L S/.,'A'.; '
t.o *.:.trtJ- .. nd '. Ur c n,. ". GC-r. iswo..e nri e t;.e f;,ll.y, ing
,rld. rn": -'/ e'..1tiL.
t .e ,. ,., : t 1,.:0 "/ i,'t.- ', Tr -', th. Pr,.!l. ert of I,e ,',;i
i t t p r'h:.!'.-, .. i ,' t.a'J $, ea... be rcqicile,- t ... L 'i1e to be laid -..:-
l 'cr fj,,, .,,Hl.- hc required I.,ie thi.; Hoi: e, a copy of the trtty b t .' rct
'au- l,, .:,.-iii il bc the i'-j nc h rpihlblc r and- SF.:I, .of their lirl
l.i attmrnpt t. t.k- ilT .: O .'t. .-l u~ftl.her iv.-th a c-py ift the
C* 0:,F.- : .-t: L '. l i.- -'.- E t'- I n tIrum I. l,<.-'A t.cd in purf-lu
,lc I.l-,i:. Tt... cL.mmi c 'nce: o' t e f.lm:.treaty conit'. c iitg L '.'i,-,..
r, l'i,.er ti.in t.i .-,lCe ania to ,:'*r :. ( '" .i,ry lii,- leJcd ,- ,ii :1 :i -1.,
hict, th 1.. i-icL:I, an Lc ec.,picN..af It'li CCro.' pajfde,.e bIK .v. .t [t'i
h.ped, thA: t t'e :r- go'irrrr. r,t ot the 'n'./' :,' rand th ,,.
. .,.,-' .. .. li .iJ. tu-. rr m.-it or rro.niiicr of 4.,,.n ( ; .:miy iuch .r-
..iLl:. .- eni,,,, .n.rlte r-"fpc Jid.:rce a t l; la: n -pl,i cl a, ii-1 hi,.
Ih: .i pa .. : i.t|ig nour the :allfe t or dii t of .?/- t, the plr,:chlalc
i ,,',.:" ,, ., ,t I f L r.1, r.';.',.i iv- .t e '.',:l d .t.. .-- t.. b, :ih
a,., .. ./, ,.r prir, th O opli ..I I'luci- .~ ther d<4 ,.'ll..in :a5 m ar v
'n l. r,.;gait.,, i b. e tin h d ii [ iin r.t .oft hi, T,.ri, .r,i, .,,.
experienced it s .,r ;.-:Ia d; t a :ii,: -':.i.m -i thr.r the i .'.. S., ''
,:. .. ' h ii f t red an'y 1 ;i.: t pi .j.
-'F .: t' .,-- "c. > ,,c.:: Ot" _, L ,.;.. y .tl n: It'rc- t ,wat; v r..'; -".
d the, ad.-_.ti.., t e rL- u I ;- i. .-i i i,
to theh in the folloiig. COi I.,t ".-ci.j, a .I.,a.It-a i'. l ii .
,i ,tI l L.in 6 o'Ltc..7. iii tl .- .. ,
S f a firo o.ftwo millions otfdcl :.'. *:lI'-... .[1 .: r tak.r le i.
.e pro'i !, li heretofore, made, n" i tiili~ .t" ,. h mot j, l. !: .
le .i. P ,ro y ,1p"r i ; e c.. l C ii I. i rit i., r m '
f ... ', ,.,.. ; It.h f .
S '.". ,"', and Nays on the zwh'dl .i-. .ait,. -.l, which
a nd to e .., .... wat ol- ..,. 57 ., .. .
I dent of tle Siat; -- .,
s hereby autliori~ ed to b .. r T
tl reeofi, Tr1 accnt whero', .
.'1 ',lidbefore Congrefs. 0. L'u .L-i'A ., .
: n t.- q the whole ....
T. .". r M r. ,'-ot n ",i in ;,..;,t,., th,
i 'i,.i '-'.r ; ,- 1 *' ,,. ted b, lon, di ,l.i r-
T* .1 'J 1 3 !f ill- t r rt t *. l'N i
." l r. l, Cal l .: :I t: :t; ,- i.t.:. ,.:.,: ra.lo te.o
I Ct.: ,\"-'. .' i f'L "- t. :.tj-. pr,.,, (. i, t{,: .:.,, f,.. .k -f ".
t into a committee on the t.-, a ,.lct Cl,.'n,.II:e f, ni,,:;, ,' i, !-"

edby the ?1. .q Commit. f'. i' .- : ,ih, t, i.itl n .t of a P,...-L
r. p,r,, ,,.,1 that ,i' .lc ', ,1 O. n .cri ._."r L : ,,n the
fideit il. uild b- : d. lin.iii- ..t t ar r r"- to t. C.-.rnr i.ee ... \V.iy,
f.1 -. f,:, u .,,'c., theH ot f r, IdT .r, : ;', ,h .,"the MI.*,_ e i;t.r,
S ,r.. i,.i c.i,:,l friom the *" 1.pgr ,,a. :: 1 L ,It .,-... i,.,n. ii .
* .in r .:..; ,.tc.. "''" ',, I s"'"" *un -" thlte p.', .n.:'ut '," tlh,
.','.' .] '.". d..r d J "L t.L e'. Vi.ti ci un '.he i 'iii u, -
n cale: i .no choice by nt .
S c :i ., ;i.-,-. flhould be O: n ag .,rg q o t. e 'r11 i r -p.:-.tiar, a 3 c-
.: ., te. who ittight bate.onthe ct ,lutt:i .,-,lit, a, :pe,.1,rrc,-
S the Trea,iv ".'. t, ,nnnTrojd by Mr. G.
r r pi jad ;.r. C, GRISWO.:. of '.i -'rr, '..iii. qujitiu .d i:s
of this am indment, ;r. c t ,r,Ri rtu i,,rA h .h-- ,.. i:. thaI t the

blferved.tlat as his, motion of the tr ..,trv -f thebU..-d .l..,,- .a that,
e deby.c, than.e. expel, ed,' in i.'l:t*..n f t.: '-. lritTi ,-,, the Treaty
0hat.th'e committee h.,uld gaye a re,:f.-,,ce the i f.i, of .. ..; and
a might be referred, again ,ra ..... h p,"t cf L.icJana over
tittee t, -h p, : t n .: .
"opp d l risingg the. T "'. were :the. principal ,.u ,.!. ,f ob-
'PtOpp, Led -thi riling. .t 'rhe,
i01.,L rt,it C p ;i',, i (fvd- Je ion' find,Ikefe *..,.l by Mlcfr-. G. GRIs-.
govr&nment of the :...t Wh-O,.Jos- ._ I, .,,S", PVtS.iIANCE,c
lhey fthobuld have:the fubje&a 'Ian or erd b i-sih Jo and D. aAL-A-
H Htherofoe toed, that and opposed by 1 -,l:... J R X1. r,,L E.-
be .fo amended, that. the Lo, ...LOT, ,r OT, rIr ., I ':... tLUI
0old.haoea ri.Iht to'.t'-,.,!c N iSt L :,t Ro TN .. aY rid. M,[ .:ri L..-
l the, perfoina whi might V 'lie c l e t-1 t cliofe till-about 8 o'clock
no-oi ehad a r.maj-tv. y. : it c, vden he qoUeion was taken
.o oi, choice mad i o t o.,the federal lotions of Mr. RANDOLPur
1.-! [k. choic(-II made r a caii T e ,n
did and cared. the committee. then rofe and
was in favor of t,. p,.-. .. po d the &f ons; :- hih -..r imne-
tdihought it would be ben-' mediately ,,i.lrd I-,,: the L.i. ,
r States. ..... On th ... .1 irii i,-i :d 3.. a n
approved of it for the ame! that to carry 're d iit. p: ,~~r .ti,,y
.t. ~' rtlaws to. carry .I r.n. il4o u- 'r.) ., y l e
ronll ermon t, was against r I: s were" C .t d JH .,, ea

Then taken oi Mr. Nitc I. The qul eeftion. .'i. hn:i t n l the two
itand loft--Ayes 29, Noes o,'tler iut a oa'. .,.

'-e to ftrikc: e out tree and -&- -=-. .,, -
;-. ; .7T
i.,1 ,in fyor i.f ,. TuspAY, oar. 25.
Ir.the famie re;r .Cp that he THE .bill to enable dtePI cIJ. rt to take
of that pr(poi 'd .by' lthe .l fia r ..-. in o n li. t the tepn,
TrylInd. Ti ,.' gentleman. porary guave '-t'. *'-J tl I fame, was this
r, .Campbell),hasa toldus day pafled ... ... -
-to a ,: not from -motives i. .',--M..h1 ,'r..~.ir l.,:, L.-i.ky', Baldwin,
ty. Mr. G, contideio i; i P' k-rriir'l. Brad 'y,. Brown, Butler, Con-
S, .~to prptea c, r i,,t.r. ri dit, 0ocke, Z).,,; e Eii.ry, Fmanklin, Jack-
..id of ".. .Stt."' i.u l-,h. l 'hfon L .i., M 'C i :, is.l. siPotter, Gen.
.prefeiie .,'The'gentleri? S.Sir :l,. Ifrael :_.,rI.l. I,.,.. Snithof Ohio,
.t in .';,i, .nt ifumtber $ o vl.., ','.,t-, ,' ,.to,,W right, Wells,
i r,.ira; be mad, we ,hill bite--.--6. .. .6 .
i.,oa::b t.o the will of the *A~.- ..:-;-. .4-'-' Hii.L-,"', Olcoft,
.t is-that -'ill; but t wi '.,ll F r'- P,.,.-, ,- ,6 : ..- .
f Viurgiia, Auw-'ob. and 1! :, two abft.:,.., Mr. Chllt-,a f
apprehended thete. 'right ."'. Tl.T .r '" General Sumpter of" a't i-
e in toefts.of ihe if t -"'1 arolina. ... ; .
it.i/i. affeted.l. TI.e : 'e. .-A DMENTS ....
. Ii;,' have the firl ndom- The Cdmmittee.oi. -the :.71 t reportted
i.* voted for as Prefident A.' *Aindmnent", ttbhe Confittignpn refpecting
.. If we dislike all the the- choice of P,-lid.rIt. Thi.y dir tili Re-
o' wyhnom hall hae:. w a- prefentatives.to h.:-,_, i', ..'. the, t/ee higheiR
.tatl wrtes," w, may felt candidate inr c.fe .uT lie faihure of -, a .k .;,;
:e one jiat b.i pleafesus. and that r;a p ,ulr wh,. has been twice Lfmc-
Cqnftitution-tfo framed as C. '.1t.. Ar.i if gentlemen ui.,,il Lr years tha->e intervened, and then
ts .it.1 r'-inciil' ;. them bhall be again eligible for fotir years and no
. lt,i, f .. li.t .'. "t i. A longer. .
.ct- ,t .r'c'. i:. a^ .J*-d ..*, ***: -- '. -" ?i s ;--- 1-- "

!,' .sa. 6jAra' .SM -I-. -, -I<- -r. w -' Ja .L L .


: R/H,,', .i 4.--..rrtv$1 flip Relianoe, Pr,
fun;, ",r P... ,,.ar 'S d.i ; Clyd..-, Shell.-.
Niiwc.luiiii.rid, ij ; ich. Carri.-lihi, Crane, Windl'f

J-P.'U'LD.1)'---Arrived Scotch hiup Nepuii
c.,t p J.)d, IidJya f'roi m Grcilorcl., carao l:
I --'drItu ut cu.4!s -No ncws.
iai J-a-tdl.c buig Nancy, capt. Ward, 4, d.,i
f;, i ivrede Grace..:-argo isc4 cry g ili. \'Ci
I 1.t. ,, ,h i ic,,li t-h ,hcln.i, b)l a King' I1,.
w.o in'iimrnd they h.d jfl hoarded the llip Fi
lu. ... Dib'cair. tra.m \i gini1 'or ia'rtioutlL.-
"'-. O .t. 24, I.r .i' lung. 5', 14, l p Sic[lh
rniL.,, 2; dyINSi from Birdeaur, Jir N. Yuik, (Ni;
AP' Iin M-lvilie,ofn thii tI. wni a ()ifi'ncgtc tn bh..r,
i-t hr j OCt. z% I ,r. 4-:, t, long. 6-, 26, tel
ierlle,, c.ipr. Girdlr,),.: di)s frirmSt.P KerfburUt
.'or ."lacthaI.lad, acid 'lippliJd him with provilio,.,
ec.--PairtnLoi cii. the Vn,ay, Mr. -l.Inicrl. 1
and Air. Johli Mer'rr -te.iu
c'arm c.,-lthe loop SErk, capt. reffer, y? d.Iay
from R.uturd nr,, cirg,. g;.r &c.-L.J., ?-.pt. 1.'
L.ive-O,~k, D) r."of Por lnan, f..r N. VYa k, li.,
de-y ; hiip Walhington, Gibbs, of N. h-.ford, it,.
IYork Ihip -capt. Srone, .. N-ciwlur. p.irt
for N i.rn'.,lk ; ihip I ydn, for BLo .., i. .
'liop; jutl arrive.J, MIr,-, H(I u NI -1 "-
Tfrmn Narfolk ; and ft.1h .l.irg iet, rip!.L .t.-
'puke i.l hir,, h lut .- ,l !is *irr:tc. i.
.;., ,Ic-il' r) n lls Ii ., i ..L,-:. cspi.air
lit i r.. l.r1, ;i .,.)'. fr,.-.im li..:..tlia, ,ca .. r.li, -
.S i. D ,I. I. ,..I r '.li._r. L .. l..uur. : i-.. ,' i
(l.jre .r,.i illi,5.
'a..c'.L .--.-.rd. ',; ti ; r.l .i- r,r, r ipt Fli
w'ill, M Ic i3 Jay s, lh w i t.-.li k.milins ..n,:

liar Laca.;,, n _re'.,, t 1 t.i.rL ,.' n', Jirrp. t.rl "'.I..
utr I r e! I n t' Ir o.
i -l lt, c -' ;',rk L I,; P 1I ,. '. 1. .
.- 'rx i 'i .. ,. I, r I,. .1 I ,
lilh r1n, J ir IL ; 1 .. J. n h.r, ,:., ...'[.

.0 ,-, -'.. i l.l, 1. Fali .- .in.J I ,.r ihv. I- r.,
N ev u l-. .1 ... ,, r. i i :. .Ilr .li .n .t
C nr, l vn W ....e-. .c *. ':.
,,'t. nIr. \ ,,. a ., (I.%c':".
,-f..- ..,-''.,1 Dmii. N7sai.:, ; .lays from Lliv-
ir nol, car,,* a,,. .- ,, c ,,'/.. .- tiued/ in c. Sept.
". i l Si.,, S !.h .'.bic, :, '.:'; ,i.. G if.,, i, Spqke,
t.'. ? It.4t :, 7 .llc 4 .. p T I r le,fromn
w.'v-Orlet nii fo,, Livi ',p ,l.- N.. 1, .a:. 4 2 ,
3ir;,,. t., iip i rt, .r,t Irns, Sr[. Il,,. m r- I-' ,laind.tl.
S -' -' ,- 2."i i' .t .., i u.. J.I.o, I 4ays
c' 'In .,i ur,k- -la.il iiin i.. 6 ti, N,.itralitv,
.Vtdftviniih, fior .h-fit tchcig oi l Icnrd N.,
'.-.n.l t. 1 4'.r. .. (- 'r i .as oa'-"c, '.er lih p ,
TiJ'lrin i. ke,l of l' t ... ,1: -_ j e, l -. e,re .. l ir r-,'
iiad. ha.id Uli t.t il.r",i n. s gale of wind. Spoke
i- i- r! ,' "
.,, -,.-. ,i, I'.-:ecca, F.ol -r. iT Amfter-
dam, 45 days, with a carg o If gin. ..iad d ) Ci.,.-s.
Same-i '---S). ,i.-:, c..'v..i.l'l, PL.Lcdtlpinc.

.; c -*_..' t:.'.-.RA '/Vi'F.E
'ch..'.acl't. Rich. U. Inn ns: WlVli,,,l Writers,
Surni i. l., ,-. Om, ariiud a market.
7.,.b C r l,, e,. -' i '.

Left-At 'the 7f-'vf.I'iy, Sept. 2S, t'hetii'rc.'.i,
N ewburypoirt ar4T ia'iri kid f-ihafish o'f Nan-

Spojie -. Cod .%. .* a4 leauii'-. fch. Rarnier, 24
lauiria tr. F.-ift ror L .1 1 r I O..'t. 2... I: ,,- i-,
.in C;, b.ig i-:u[.' :". ':\ i.-I e., f .i '.lull. t4,.'a. 40, [lui. i. ie..p .,.r.tl.i. ..plnI. ,. 4
Bcl.c i B .. r .. .,,, .'. i r. I l ,.. i '. "',
Ohip SL.atli',v1 i, dL i I -L n, ,-.,i, '.. .\B -l -
da~m O--t 4 I.,: 44 ITri. (, 11.., !rsl, n J' *
frem Pottlahd '. : L; ..

1.." The I.e;ter-B.g ..n l ine fip ; -.'.--. c ai't.
CF.L '. r, :tj L'r.. .:Jr.. i. ti bl tc el, i...-., the
P 'c't-O -,,.,- i ,i -a..i_ ruc .... n- a r
Ship Pc.ki, Inp,. le I',i ,r c .],, poolo, killed
y.;fcr .
ih:- l ip I.. -.... Or=- 4.4 i .-': .--i P -it..l for
Bll'-,n ; Iclc -- rF t.. I, ifr,:m lH.accr; and. a
tLip larne itiak,-.. -u. ,i..-hi rdi'iic.'p -.i .iihar.bor
'.u 3u -',.' n' .. .
I I ", .' H er. ",- -. ..'.b-c..-c er, '-, 1,r p lj'-
'figt from Belfft,.lur [Ih. pa-.:e, cv'a, lull oin l i.n-
J iall c.e .. I'I l e'. .'c ..c ,i lliF'th._r:'.. .r. tli t an
L.',Tmnli iC, :*;'l ,e. ', -; i i 'tre rc k e Lu r,
w.:,ce. II.)' j.,i'e ulo i'.'ly dil'cov ered biy a vef-
fen fronel Kiirty. A Mr it-!.i. pI l 'T from the
:.-.-o i I. iiL L c-.l I[;i. I.. 1I, was tiu-
: ,iti.c i io } ........ -, ; w,..I r, : i ,|, ,I-... ,. pai;Sen-"
gi on b..i ri, d.I a,1 it- c hiura a iterta r rescue. .
A i h,.r T''riuo!- .lu,.rn to capt jt ,,LII n.er,
n ._.ni,: .; '.c.u .c ji.. ineor'i.:d hy a
t.a ,.. -I(r| .:., r,. ft.n i ':i .i 1,; .i rio.i .] iet liore at
ltili. c -..R ,e.. .
'I'l i. r. lc-.- ., ,hf t- .rl.lc, -alit. L illiiC.'',i
v b ii.t l".,iclh.. i.: h irt-...cr, c; l.c te ith ept l.y,
thi i. .... icn.e Oi th.: pil.-.t, cie a.' an ca.tg, of v.'nte
Sfav-ed. .v :.. i
The I-io C.' n ; : c- ; ,r iTle i' 'i dd:r ; iat-
ingtoI, 1,1it ; Ll-: 1. 6J1-i a.rlav, Ifatch;
RR .,icf, I',-aJi :.: ; !'-r ,. fiL ; ',-r, e l.,,,nbarrd-i
.L'I ..u'h I Jid I.e.., i I .i -c.ciilt m uchl,; all
le:.'.-cld *lt Ri u ,in n01d ',l ,e Is ti' I llt.
ch H i rr, ni -. tnv, (..ei''-.. 'inc ti,'i ,vi'iv F.'r i'ii.-

and L t. c... .
1c Ito.'I. i...i- hier, at N. ,I-. k rrni,. r in-
t ecr. I i ,
1. I!,op 0 Y'iIl., i ci. pt ,!rtt.::, of i !,Ia '.
piia, 1l..ui ,, ei Ia L J'I.d li-d in nsr t F : (li
bour, fior ithe ite.'. L.'.,'.-nye in 't.. t. ,,,, ,.
A t.n r .. -. 'i' ..1 i.he pi.rr l1t .. I ..ir I-j U ,'
: brtnd b:ige, :1rI Oi. negroes, 'who ordl r. d fl
li ii,] .i i-:I. '; [ '.. : t l vi.ne fl.ire tl ie cap-

Thel ik': al.-tic t;i hatches, andI living drank
.oil' -ibl) *L Iin ,r, I). cane nl," ':,[cd,. '1"1-l-
ci:iaie to lh. cor--i cC -:.ills-S Ii;. c .!. on
deck. i dt.l I tg |' b "li ,p.|;ci( ; I i ii, and after a
.rert dc-il of abustfe, fi. Ibb.J .1i.-., aid threw his
[ *,J ort, 1"oi rd. I'lie, ...-c.-:, ,I the faniame vay
sfitc the mate., T.,.o .f thie hands, viz. Richard
aiter ciit adid I ewis Redi, iia 'e their escape by
j,.nplug into rh,.- l' Jnd i,.,',r,,,n ( onil ore, anid
1ti,.t t i.i ....od to ci. m rn|c" ., i tic '.r.-. .tW o
li iiil boys, 1,Ce bruthenr I. he i iri cu, I ere
u do'tllt ncccidcred. T.e i-Irate. Tl,,,.:j 'I-c Iloopn
cico,. h.'A.-as e, aier.: ihcs ri priil tic 'Hie cre-s'
t d .lumpi A ,.',.iba.l. i ar-i Ilt Ir c. Bet lt e
belire nielt|niced pertoci|, atle to. cidenring till
night iu the cadne ild-, cerc dlr-.[..il to the iow-i
by a ncgr. who ohuld Ipc : tnE.ng. !. They bmm-
Inednily Iure il. their ail ckno v.icin iit Ilie coninmal-
dint, aid upnia cinuviction oft his giUilt, ble car-
f'tn of the Lbares oc I'lht : but the rc"' efcaped
.'rhe puilllaiucnt it v mc i.,:d. Lewis Redy enter-
t.d on board a fcIhooiear bound to Charlehion, and
Richard Paterfoa werita ondboard the brig William
l'I......d tu Ne'w-':,i-. k, which arriv .l at Nc.. 'c[ *
ten ,., n.igo icuin Crocokled lr nd.

Sal/na, Nov. 7.-A. i..d, thc it.lmt.r, 6: hi r-. fr.
orunna,4z fr.lile May i Mount Vtrion,PeP.-ri-
burgh, 76, Ellileur z ; Aurora, Elfineur, t;3.
VNof/k,O 0..5.-o-nr.ed the sLup ab.'p C':-
pn'ter, from London; Monticello, do.; LaurtiaN.
V4.s; i .ab), lmrieni:lanre; Argo, Boflon ; Drake,
S: 1>rti Li:;. Ian]ILoh. Ca,.a.a, Ra.el, for BOfD-

.Ci/rlfian, O.06. Acri..id,. trleValarn,Liverpool,
P .'; Kingflon ; ii.l.ry an, .iltuih ,
il, Tr .'j,

,4, ;I A .)prentcc in the Dry Goods
t"i. t 'i; i : r Appt' .,l Ifs. a$,Cirle;hi.

f,2"1 THE ,,.,' r1F. DA."?,TS,
w 1 '1fwillfail nfive d-i. F,.r Freiglit
or l'tio',1 p !/ t,-, S.:.RL;FN F
l.No'. g p r i

1'70't? VOlt 'OL A',
r--t TIi f..h JANE,' W.iv,
r .qer ; will fill in 6 or 8 daos.
r l','1 ,- i I Pr P ll .1 ipplv tl, J.
.Jn.. P.IPLEY, N' 5 D. :;...' \','chr..

.t iar i I9,'ML7101, -
P.1r 5,LT/.:YOPE,

H :. '.r. ir-, inalj,.r, t'ill fail in
.v d.- -. Fr.r r.. lit, oi Paf-
l-1' ,.., pp y t to he Irt .l'er r'iI o. d,
o lO E.PH !"L'-D, No-. 17, L,.. -li"..1 ...
No ..8. .
SR S. .
i iTHE ,h'r. SALLY,l .32
'^ ns, new if;l, one new c 'bl
~.-1i'~ t hcr,.:: ..lu ,ouda, lt
a ." ... h' :. iJ 'ill bt
fi .t.d li..i r,, l'ti lei r.. mn im -e (of lhe ie
1 r nr Orn l.o-rt,N rI.', ,. L.ni- 'V.'t..rlf. N,,. ;c,
.T .,l tt, .hli.i -Pr:.l... l O ff,&:. ;*'. 4, Bitll! r'.:.,uw .
b. At qiL.r .
rN -yv t m e'r r/j i, t-..

X nl back to the United States, a
.' vef of.iro t-o I o tons.
2 -.. --.w-.., .~Apolr it. I1)HN ; CA. d 'i' LS.

Houfte, Caortnil. ,\ .. "

N" nj Ri b,, r' os. hnr, ]Rerfotind-
land, '
y 2.. FiL;F;., '. :', ,S..1i. T'ISH ;. toi'.
Sale I .. '' i.. 4 Lo.n-

-;, tet-B ia t irng '-., t e taic
',e"i / ''r(:g!.''lnor .' ,. if oflercdi
; r'.," ; ,ti- (li0 g a hicenled Al. 'r i
:i -'--- Noi. 8.. n .
4 ;--.- -- -" .., --.

TAS for Sale, *I rbc .e-c ,O" aio,-
1 taMeife.e
-" 26bbls. No. ; "' -
2o keg Ne'ts I
A. few 40 lids. I. ,, i ;
Afew pipes, 4th p i...' ;
A few-bags Piineto..
A confant and full Ilipply o' d:. rd nio i
Candles ;
Anol il,..- *'i II.pli.ti iar Soa p. Nov. .
-.' D ,,, I .' ,'t"'. .. "
No. 60, Loag-Wl-ar,; .Ha..; f;,r Sa,,.-
O NET hundred aiid fifty cafles reinied Sait-
Pertre fi:. ,,... I i & Beef ; :0 cafks
Flints; I'" t.' l,-g al (.]al \ 'a.e ; socalks Patectt
Shot; 6 hales .New-Orleans Cotton; 6 crates Cru-
cl-, 'rnir' .',I.i 1 F.i Vi'ie Glatfes; 3 h gfl) e:ids
1- r,l.- ,'ir C, ,j.'.h ajiij. Hand--Saws, Files, Knives
,'ii.l ',i ., c. ; c.les 7-8 wide Irith L .ien ;
I tri-oik Mathematical Inltruments ; a few c 't.k, f-
i.1 / l N'a,.
.'I l.i i..n c will.be Lfi.d low for Cafh or appi ov-
ed Credit. Nov 8.
i i t i, ,- .
& CO. N. .16, Long-F Wharf.
78 barrels pickled Salamon, jull rceivccid ;
afew catks of frelh Olive Oil; S barrels Oatme: '.
A. o--A Bill u' 17: ,-ch.ge .a 60 days f-ighL
on 1.- ,d, ; a Bill at 30 dyj's light, payable in
S i/anf. u. 6
1 U,\ i. 'i'K TI j \ .
OH-N EAKEIT. CO N.',. --, -a -M
-' t,.. ,. v ':a!e, .
.'lc C:rrooffelhooner fary-rn ..:'
, .t.', ., l'.i, .,f 0too tons &." I' x Il PA R- ,
iiuy. .Ilk.-.t, c ,n be delivered at any i n 1
town.... N,
EXC F.I. LENT China CASSIA, in finalI
chefts-forfal'e at NO 4, C.ntrdl-Wh,/uf.
-'Nr W 8. .
I:Olloin 1..>. mX ,y ,Co.
:. 36, 4'iq--IF/in,, .- r** :}, f ir fl '
'-IF, Cargo of thi hip Clyde, from neafji.,- j

46 tir-:.. SALMON .,, .: :
jtoo quintals nierchintable COD FISH. N. 8.
SAL; .
j, C :hoi.]e fti'i: hundred bullieis excellent
,. SALT' for,p,':. ifiic ,'].\c glainii S 1,.. iiii" *
Fdrfitali at No N.C, ', .V'ln.. ,. '

; cit S iiril B('.'t .
i ; l- .- ..*. r Sale
FA Ef, barr.'l- bi-r. midil:, :i Pork,'
10 do NX 1, 1-.i No. 4, ; '-,
so .. efu.0e d. .. ;
'Afe' kegs Butt"r arid ard' Nov. j

.. l / .y.v a'. / AI .1,"n. .
-NE unred hds Martinico .- "
'S ; h l i"'hlds. Sw V... itfl ,, 1 RLKU',. For '
iale, by v.'uL a .LLIN.-. '.J. '. '
SWha -fNov. 8. p

N ,J F oa -,/, / ,i/ ...TY. .f
NJ Ol: ,,,di,,g forra S&ehooiner KE'f'T,; f
at No. 70, .,"-.; 1,".', 1o l.hd;. Georgia
TOBACCO. r h,. 1,, ','..;. DELCHI-R.
Na-v. 8. ... ., ... ,... ti

.'t' audidied bbls. ad 2 Bedf.
or if,- at No. 4, Merchant's-Row.
N ov. 8.: .

,: '.'.. F E. ..,,
-UST laniiid from fel, .a tcah, Capt.
i S8tatfq, and for Saje, by, .. .
.JOSIAH BACON, No. 7, Cfratrd-J/baf,
bs, enti.'ld ti.i d'.~, .rc. AGo, 0o tons Pig
Iron, for ,. i. oy. 8.
\Vi ic ;andJ perJi.i-Iceti O ii,
JC'" i.LH n ** \', l.r .[' ,, f ,,-" .,1 ,,1 h ..g .'
rece ,..:J *',j, hal..'--I lrO ', \' h.r.: O *i; iz ,i,.
Sna .nn .i. dJ ;. ,., 1.1" p t'<., e'rtile, r '..
S ,el. ll |' l :.V r,
2Vo,. so,,Lang-wbaJ, : ... Raecril^
O NE hundred and 23' hi"s.'goot ,'Sugar '"
S 6p pipes' Bircelo.a and ALiEn ,-', ,1 66
tops old ..i '.. r .iu; ~b.to s I. mp ; ; l : old
Sherry. fit for :jirn.,'Ji'i i ,-' b hii b Ticr'kd.-
an4 Demerara Ram ; Srl and .-i .a ...nd ...
T ea .. .. .. ;

'HI YSnN,c,...p,..w ;r, Yo,.i .-1, (.ir, 11)'.
Sfnoolkin and Souchong Teas, otf tie. very firft
-t .' .' .. -...... i hlid,;. Tobago Ruim.
eii li-i S. f

( O.
T' i liR'l -live 1',.' 1 TL" i, 3. ,,.'l-T.-)I. i.-- i,;e
:.l By DAVYPN ORT f rI'UCK -K,
... ..... M%,A 8.

W- 0 BE L T-a Brick.StoiN .( .
S- 9, ." .-.' fuit:ble for i'n ,,-.
W. I.Gboo- 'it. abo".a Nav. 8.

-"g j .inm Sci"ftij .
1 CRrrABLY to their .nic,irt CC.Lir':r,
ihe Saor. s .' iv o" th'., l I. i beid.t heir
Annual '. i'.elii : 'i uia u laY t' 'n :,.!;; i 1, .or liie
ehi(. e ni Uricer.,, whin [th fole *.'-i, j-oi'e'i":n
were chosen, viz. -
C-,pf. OZTA'9 GOO.iD'AIN. ri,.jl-",.r.,fe,-
WAILLIAM alf TH, L'-1I rl'ea.iurer.
Mr. Wl.ILLIAM FL R.NE0-, Secretar-
The Society will dr,- to,.:tji:-.r n ['arf Ji
nrJi th., ioih inl. at L c,, s f .['i..,i.it 1 1 .. -.le
SAlenilnern who intend dining with them,will plifde
to rpph- te i !':cr ci :.ce SUtlcrib,r& l fu' T :':-
ert ol adln ,iUoii. : .R-.
.r. Mil i.e.R.
JO. HI I F. ', c' omm tc.
W. Sc.'. T. '' .
y 'inaer i-ill be on- TaMle at .'i'-psft ria"
: o'clock. ,... i.

yi received t/-. brig Dli-.-, BeNJAMIN"
EL I ,, qfler, 3 3 i1', ,r.,i.la. ,
R A1.,IN. S,in coai and bo.,:.e;; I -IG,
iln k ard f'ralli G RA PES, in ;ar
ai]- li r., r LEMON'JS'i.d Mf.L1.AG.0
t\" TLW_ F,-r ';,ln. ii Load, ,.jiFu, itjl t S'o;t
No. 46, Ln.-Wh arf. r's'r. S.
----; -, TA.RBIVEJO -.lvE r 'b". % L L, "

At ,,torc 'o. .5 1. l.. ,'-,h.a.;
S mw bundles h t Iba i,-'i Steelt cafts
S =. ir j ,,. ,~, Pi..r .per.; a few boxes af--
fort.i'. i, .ri. I cn. ii a general affotrnent
of all kinds of Ruffia, Sibaria,.and. G(rualf Eurs ;
"',.' rr,-. ,I'l.,.., ....-. -"/- c.- ,.,.d--
: i, .' I .F.,a rn C .i' i:lii a1 d,... t.e-
pounld '<.; 4 do. three-ptind do.; from the Cat-n
ron Fountlety rape, Cinrnl, r, and Par. Shot
a. few pair ngw r .*.- pair ,cgwoiiade .ar-
S'A4.c LOw-] L' As'. 8
FOR "i -jI.fI,
.t< .ArO. 3'" .'. : a7e-g], '?.r, '
r WVN,,ENTY bitles Qporgig Upl!.in Oottn; ico
I'. boxes mould Caridles; a2 .Ic. No i Cho66-
late; iF- do. r'-I SoapI'; ji,ic. raidJv; No. s
Pork; i.:w 11. ,rl fort Pc i .l Al.t ,i O l Tags
,, ,. I I : _4d -. -

,.. TAP'-.PLA, i '- OK Af!.''. .I
S" No. ,, t.r-Strec .,
jNFOR their Frieinds and the Public,
.that they continue .tp furnifli the appiarattus,
tgreeale to Count RUimtford's. plan, whk h is uni-
douLlted!y thF1 bet ev;r ofirecd tq tlie -,uL. ...
.. They Ive as ufiltal a cohifant '.iT. of
O r -T ,' r [i F.u i d ti-. I..nter.L allow Calm-
.. ,.. .1 .F ,, 111.ni .... 1 Stoves and
Fmiictsa',tao.I ele,.ant Englill Sr.e, ,:( be tor
SCihurch oi School, under price ; .for I ,a'-i.bovxes'
in liI .. -- ..

GC R Sale, a Bill of L l,-n;e .:.i 'iladeiphia
for 3000 dis, acce I t,."t : 0., o d vs.
A/ A Bil o \.... li 1i .9 dis.
aIcef.ptd 0l. zzd,at 6o days. Apply to
... .... A7 Tb' f GAT Ne:&CO6.
-No. L;oig-''harf. Nov. 8

S"- F t ;

L- for .Sj:-i and a Prtinu;ui given for .ip:ninin
DOLLARS, by V. SHIMMIN, No. 14, Celral-
Wha"rf. .Nov. 8. :

Dl/airs : i. ,.:,,'.
A PREMIUM give'a foir Dollars at 4, L'f.l-
S" t I : 7:.-,',. b "

done by SAMUL-, .!;Ii.; I" at '.c.p
on SNo ow's-Wharf, near kiANOcr,'s-Whlarf.
BF,,/l,,. A a-o. 8. 5os3.
,'L,'/l .'..{ ]. .-- :.',,'. .
A Very handflome, well built COACH,.:with
LA. Lamps, andi every ..hing ..... Bi'.lt, table
Ffr a family, or for travelling, Any gentlenman
.iiij .. l ~ i nti, may accommodated in.el.,
ii,. iih il i, I l',';i iii,. 0 ,j lir Sulrcriber'.
if tiieabovo C!o.- L i I. i. i !,.d p tr.-i, i, I' t 'atur-
day next, it will then be. xpifed at ,Aiuioui (if
air w.atliher, if aot, on the lirift fair. day) in State-
Street, 1 '1 .. .: .,<
I Horfcs kepi ai Livery as lifual; a number
oftlorfes aiy ibe kept in the country, d'iring the
winter feafon, .at a. moderate price, where they
will be ta kin 1,ood care oil. '. ; .,
\ lL.1. l.'Ci. & SIMMONS, ., .
.-v-ery Sticl" Kaeepers, Msdi -Striat.
.Holn, Nov. 8, 1S03 -
: '..: -i,....., ,." t, '.', I <'.' .', J n ,;..,.;'
,.t ,',.,, I.I,. .... i, ''..... :..: t/.l M't$J '. .

I L- LL- ii.c presents thlesu f-L'-,- in-
L abitan tt thee towns of .)an-ers, Midd/e-
ovn, .. ...di"l1 -:.' .. ,, .tlat ahe Strceoms in
aid 'I -.v.r., I ..I t i I communicating. with
pbw'iob River, i:rlihe.Co.nty of )rc,; are greatly
ubftruetid hv the Dams and-Mills in faid ,l4yvich'b
Sr ; t ilt'te Alewives and l -a!, which otlher-
- I. c ...l J pafs up f.aid .Sttans, arc hindered and,
,revtied thereby; That the times anw ns'-ret of ,
. .r., the .-,L.' the Dains and .iht.. l F .F. J.,a
' cnt 'i.r.. .ct I.' that p rp tlc ; that the Pal-
ages re lint fuflicientiv large, nor thit times 1t-ti-.-
iently e4rly, as cislablified vi)lawY, fQr the ,open-.
ig, ,nIA :1, i L .. .i fAil rifli up the C-Lid.River, '
o t.he n i,.cii- ,t i i iitL i t al your Peritiopers and
""-.. thr I.ih .ital)ts ofthie Towps iaforetaid : I. (
.re -...- they, ray, 'hart ,a revifon of ]
lie Laws.in this behalf enacted, may be had, and.
icl fiGrnl., r ci"" hie L. ci'),i' ., jic rN..:" wiluoi,.niay ideemn meet. '
Jid yoo'r l'etnioner.; Qhi.ll e,'tr pray, &c. ... .
7',Nl ,"' '. F.,'INT Caomiftecfer
g" aIAPT FULLE', 1 Mi Md/letoswn ,c
"c'.':.', 7. ,EAT"ON, Commiltec: .
A ',.: UPT'vN,,. (. RUP..ag ,. r f
,SA..M UEL *';.' U' %../. J
.. t.1 -., l u I ,. ,.. I
.. .' .. ..... a .s ,,- .,.." :, ,.
dConinonc'itlai Cf Mhacl tufetts. *-. -
-* i In Senate, 29, o3.'.
- ON the a odf IEZbKIAH FLiIT
nd others, inhabitants of the towns of .Danr.cres
idSl/clvv ,'&.. a/oi-gdn ,, ,'~ ,' irn-'; f..- ,
.. 'iuic dftlhe La ; .ip: .',, -' _'. -
lili. '' lpfj :. R i ..,aF d the tine': and piC. p
r,., ., ,, ,.. .; .' i,J ,,-. chd -, l .,
H'.,, .. t r i .i'TF... "t LI L _
. D' f iL, ; l'':. ... r.-7 it c "art
f .'dti.'d ric i, il i,...r ';t; lanwith this Order
... r.,. b pi, l.l .., ., c. wepks Puc i.'.lli.': 1
, ie .*" J... i .". ....... a id..5c.--, .G i ,.',

ihe.ili ll)i-i. oi L, e tic.-ty .daya,.at. leafl, be.
Hoe the fecrnd -Tuerdayv f the next Se-fion of th li
efeSit Genecral.Courti, that all peifons gray thn
pear, iad flbe e''aufc, (if- a.y.they have,) why j
he prayer of faid Petitioh ilould not be granted, ,
Setl down fir, encvrrencea.
.. .. -A'VI COBB,, PfJ ,rnt. -,
In ,4 Ilij',e n f rr, ecntati,i,, i, so, 1803.
Read a:id concurred.
H. G. OTIS, Seer. .
A true CovC".-Atteflt :.
I.... NDELL D AV.S, C/rk ,1f Sn.-.o e
fi;,,,A, ,. ,3. ._p

TOa'-l:'.R ,pi' E,\"IA'G,
I LT4 L bc pre'-'ied, by pirticulir d.l,'ir, hie
VvP:ay, in 3 acts, caled, tie

C R,
: Days ot'Old.
P r-i' on .Ic.niday Evening, with the h!gl'net
a pprob ,iun.
":. .-- 0--- ., .
o %i 'c.th -hJilch w 11 be added, a Faree, ci-ld,
'/L'h .ft'ew a Doc't'ho r .
COr-A Prefrcc-pticn fcr Happincefis. ,
:botcer Spe.-fic, Mr. Pri'ni"ire'; Old CIruil.-:.,
Mr. Kenny ; .Abednego, (with a Sa. g,) Mr. lier-
nard- Chine;, MrII. Wlitlock : Chansigl.lc, lIr.
\Wilfon; Will.am, l. 'il..
i". r, Chh ': ilt. "Ir, Or .uipner ; Emil",-Irs.
B;gnaiill; Ein .7, Mr i. )Diclcinkf.

I- 0;.. : c -o.w? ,l i I Cmt.-. :C; rf C
li L ,t ,..,s,y ,.,-y .6 ,. '

he !.tn; u:,t'-oi.piilhl ent -." FENCI NO
iaiagi s'y li. i srtsr. r c .. 'fthe Thi eatre.

.-,Tr. l-,Mp' A:ailenriic BDALL will be
held at lV xt.'.,i,,, Harrin, iori'.. forierly,
W ill;in ,.,.i'H lIi, on i !urfda Nov. r:.lh. init.-.--
T;cklis r .tihrall ..n ['i ,tc lnad Ufor l dli-l, r-
each at tie Hall. ,
i.'- iheBi vl .'-.lcn pre ",.'v -itt '' ca.h -'
Silno h aei Mr., Hoin,-'1, sai.i ,i; Pupild' iri,cd,
are rripieflcti to .~rrinl.

.>',,s'prfif0i1n /tjld/.,.
S UISCRir ER3 t; o te BALLS," .re
..requtefted to) neet at Conert-'Hall I his e vicn .
at 6 'clock. oh bufilefs af imiportance.- -A gnoera
S, N. >. ,, ./ ,,",/.

T hrE Sn,ribfclb.- ,' theAfflmi[l1, ar ar-
Q eftid no, ,, t J .\Mr.IS VIL.t' To-ihnor;
froW rr:-cil.: i at 7 o'clock,
Tac;k, Aov. 8. 1863.
...'ri,'a .'. ,,,t. of a.,J a .'i,'c,', .

Statute niceting of the Academy. vwillbe
ru d n. I t 11 lc -'', / r r ir, J... J ,
en Ai,wc ," .t, ( r i o'si ..,. l .
N !'o. 4. JOHN DAVIS, ReS'g Sd'ry:

f lhonr. THO1VAS,
N .: ', at the Corner of Cetir-Stret, con-
tinues -to Inoculate fori the
... INE-POC .. ,..
( f Thofe who cannot ,ir".,i ro pay-for this
invaual c bli,, c are .invited (as heretofore) .to
come Wi 'td',., it. .d wiiout prhe."
NcveIilhber 8,i8'. '
-. .:, 'A 1.'a ,, ! WTANTSit a lace, in .a family as aWVet
SNu IIl',, a n.r,:J W '.o"nin, w h6 can be well
recorii.nI n, Ilq'4'iir-t r c tle Printers. .e ti& l.

S...n'io,, fi P t r ,. the ot Nov .
inf.at Ccentrat -ll. .ir. ,:, : ), ii at z o'cock,
'r -2 -T gqood hip FRIEND.-
.'i r S1. IP, l ', ,I ,ti oW t n210 i, v...r
/ f 'S (.1., J ,,i,, hi r T., ki,,.. -,par. I ..,,.J
--"' iFurnit4rc. I. \ c.l% e i i.rmark-
ably well f61Ad,',and l:-: ,o0 t"ns of ballaff on
loard,. For, Ivei n rm, .rv, pli ili t i, t .,irfril-r..
c;I .. ..nn odII. .d I :. pr s.. '. i, : ,

Alfo, on FRIDA^, -tr ,,t. "/sf i Nov a
A .,.K ii's-.,r: ,-, t, .bef'A. at, 9 '.t. -1, ,
._ v:ntt o, Houlcidold.FLURNIT'U E.
--conli'ting of elegant cic giafs ,Decanters, Wine
(Glafis, r ilTi,. :c critr". l.irr.i ., ckr- China, w,4-
tsrP!ite<,,V'en ifun il i pIl.iol.,nig GLIalis, krivCes
a'ii! F..rks, An-liror., fu'"il' ,a.d Toin,,',...
,, 11, '.I ,.I' Pur.: wi .. n le re i hI .i;r,,t
a varietyy of K.tchenJ,1 urrittiri ., ,
: ri .in Cunho-r..f:1 ( 5 tbbl. ip irciid,
krgs ofPail,, T!',itl., :shp Blocks, Match,Rope,
Shot, W orm I.adc. ,..-.d C, idi '-iJ. s..sei, &:.-
li'lks, Book. Cafe,. Titleciope, l.irnn-,r, hfloks
andt Charts, elegant Prian,, i rgc Rui.nan.rrd
L.:'n 11 lire .Place or Range, &cl Alfo, at i o'dack,
O. Oneblick. Horfe, I bay Colt,. I .Chaife
arid Harnefs, a Gigg jiad i arnrf,, uirh '-rher ar-
ticles:, Part,,of the < JI.'; 1 L 'w..' D...vNs,
Bankraipt, under inftrudions from i th.* lAfigii,..
S. BtAri-ORlD.
S" .i I. B' .-',: Ccr; r ..r!
Orl FRIDAY-i t at i o' clock,
AnO. 5, ftr-tisTRSiER T
'TART .-F th.- Fitci. ,i f :un'dry Bankrupts, viz.
5.t1c5'n )u's iii; -. l bags CIgoa ; 2
Globes, I Atlalt t I7T. n ni.e for cleaning. cotton;.
I Book Cafe, a, Takle and. Fall,,3 Cb'airs,.i Coal
Hod, Blower- n.d Sf;rr -r...i", C".r ard Velt
Buttons, 28 ppotsi Ripee .',uir, i baIg C'.,)tn, &c. c
.: .. S,. BRADFORD, .
e- fnger o i ,c.carJ / C. r i .- .
On TUIESDAr, Nc. Iso, Iill a ;/
at Paub/h Audaeio, at tr .. o. a3, C6attal--jbartf,

QNE Thoufand Balev -of SILI' and.
o dTON Goos, &c.:..O
The Cargo ,of the. brig Caravan ;GOnaz LES,
. ,, Mafler, from C. Il 'tcctM,,i jC
BeeCrboom,) ... ,;. RJ lot;,
atoalh, GuOrrahs. : Checks, '
tnah.,, Cufters ,.
Callapatty,.. ; Carraderva,
oninerelly, j : Bogllpoors, "m
Chitabilly, Iu. "; ". Ble:Gillas, '
,uck'ipoir, Baftas. White Gillas
Boran. ., Sooty .Rmal, I' '
Azrunigar, Keerqniche, Hdkfs.
ow, Red Pulicat, '
Cadg r )oor, Chandiby,
sow, ,.' Madras, .. ,.., ,
Maigah,., r .lliC)k inJ i.coILrcd' Taf-
Ieerpoor, ruties.... I
ejutpoor, Sannah Bandana,
Id'hi .', Lungy Hdf .
I H l .[; BSeftfov,
hadly,. J ng', .
oolpbor, At.so-it pipes Ma-
ah'aab, deira Wine, ift qival-
.1.,I pu r. l M ajmoo- >, y." ,
Mow, ;. dies. "Mocha Coffee,
ophnlatty 3 ; Salt Petre,
2.. ;-, ''QCAlly,'L niget' ,
,-'". ,I Twine,. : ,k ,.
S'IF-7,- 'Goat.and.Deer kino,
;, i,'i.. l -0 .. .. Gunny.Bags,

Ii. icil, Salaminiac, .
'c. l,., r Cj uCiil R_,n.,
.i, l n Jn SJ-iF.k, ,
'.}i 'h.ib.r Ja .r,,i '.ti j Gun.. 1'e'gacanth,
tlnn nsa. c .' ,. ir, ,, ,
l. il,,t ,;>'cry quality: AMnifeeds
.uig Cluoth,, SRi'C, *. .
; .. ..l i ,am C. ... -
.C,. .. -i--A liberal Credit, to be made
",.wai A [l ni e of fale. .i,.
", ". BRADFORD, Asfl'r.
t. a.' The CApRA /. N .vill Il ,or PfEN-
cA.I, o'r c h'l.ii-)as, foCoon ;as ltle. can bi rehtiit..
niiy. peronqs dliroos of Shipping either Goods or
pecie, on rteafonablc tennis, are requefted to ap-
ly to *JO;EPH kEE, jua. t

'--^^ ks^ ^'^-- '
THIS-DAY :t *'z ,..
T. ./ .1 & I s
OUOliR c f l p;nl .,n, I Ii. mliblers,

TO-MO RR ,", ,..ihv, .
.A L:I gi and iliblc -' .r-. .: ;
PIECF GOODS-r:-ivcdl hlv i!. ,,,.
direct fr.',m the i i ,i.Ji,-,- .,
BS le, i pcrl'., 1-1..' Ilu ... I! i i tiXed
.Bro.ndjFhLhl .
Dc.. l,, i., rlne Ci ( ,' ill ,:,.. ,
Po. F'.rani'dro.w li .r-i Tum.I.-I,,I ii1, ; .n ig r
Do DTuranrz '".I'J ., ,.. *'I ibC [ t .,, .
C b' e .u i,.lii .k iF.i l-.
pv. b l .1 .. Air .11 .,d F rr. .-
Do. bI4 'jr.ed ',.:1 hi i L':lni-,t,

l u. l-urn;Ii 1 iiir.: .-ld Cii.i -
Do. wv ,td .in c,.rtror .1-i.'ier, 'f',
i trunk, lbla.cki a 1d lilt ur ..'- N~.-tL. it/,

7 ca ": IaffI.I ill,I i..s ,' .1 n .. i
61'irei frrim nt illil -- s iiL ... .
a:cal'' 7;-6 nlih Lirnen., tc.. ,ln. i to 3/f6 ft
-,per yd- ,'
7 cafs 4-4 dn. coft from. 1.i,' ,".
S. Coi;tiies-art o the ..above. jolaws will le
fold ior caiti.part or crilit :r( 1,;.I ic
itr "jpr,. ccd Iwi e ..it dM ] ; .

", c'a,:' elb. leit Sumatra P:L I[f 1- ;..;n
*II|cal cre it.- t ,
Frefh Fall ;nd Winrc C .

TH' h .Drj-D ,ti'.'Ii 7j tA S _'.c.; -, ,,, m:

'" .-I .'
... S p.r,-.c.'e es 'tlh Faill S d \\i, mt.:r; o...l ,
received by I ne MI curv, c u -. a LI, .' .a','I '. .
.4balesi'upern'c i i r' oi .: .:id L.J. i. '.. i
3 d iu i rfi i bi :.'., bl .in a J :o ....... ..l d.. .
z do I perfii. i': 'ni eri c. .
I di,. c-, lit e : r -ii-. ,i "
Io. I ,l- i. t .. .
'a do. lu i priced u d i i d ro '.'. '.,..
.I- ltveJ.'d I-f-'.i;.( (J',..il.;

T' he fllor".ing .Ot.i, ;, -, ti.c i,.'operty f
.,r, . c- r vi' .
f r rin ". .
.3 C- dc. "I -i-t,-.. i. j iii. .n]ir ,
-2 dod I .. I .:. it. .. .
40 do. ow prIiccd blUe Plionsx ,
ioo do. l .I 111 ,. .'..: di ... 'I -
I50c do.. d., e1 '.h ,i :d i
50 do.-ei cotton Hoilery of. I k. .,".
35 do. torftld ..do. d. o'. ,
xoo d... cooled co!'on Glic .. d i.L
S o pie, e I-l.a k C. liniai.-...,,
s do. black Englifh Modes,
-- p do. fl.' ,r nFrch-Ca bric.s,
10. duzen i.. ckci H.lk'is.
40 I .e-: 1 ,-.k In.!;,i Salltin .. .
I cAfe noL. snd children's ine atH i
I do. do. brne Silk do.
J d -i. I Ic p Fpla aI d .I i, .:r.
y .T" 1,9 ,*'..' a 1 nd ,'ntitr.-1 ,t cj. i
I'urchaler- nao ir f,-ed that every arCi[, .1 I -.<
fold t toht in l,, i ..IJder, and ara rc.i ,e J I-
tend earl'.
'"li Iy Exv cuitra, ar./ t o Ii l / '..
liia ,', 7Tu0.iO. 0 rH-,u r- r.n-'i t -
A N .:.,.!Lnt IaJddle IORbL, an. .....
in a C,tr ,,ge, n-i.. ;ddle and Dril.-:.
7,. 8. -' '.(4 rAP.!'.F ,. P GRIL' .,I .L,- F .
/ (' tjHb I' L) L A7,',.,' V.i c ,

T- .VENT V.-f., bales adoirted ..I.c.-r.-
SALSO-Suncerline, middling and c.-aint-it
Bre-.:,icloi.. h ll ci-en,.r.-- CallCnmeres.I [Jni .cl It'i -'
c., C.athiiigc. Dutt l.h I .,n,, c I. rl'fe l'- i' i. ,-
Sw.anlJdiw-u,, l'.lin't,, truuk w i.JitLd i.ue. C',
S aniel f ';r lhai\ i, line. anr coiihmlni La..,. ,, ".
Dinmitics, .-lred and comrnm,:, caiL-.,aj i'.in ra
cotton GlSver, aid I'lrti, aink iS ,vt. aui it c.. M-
lent (qu.litiy,, I-r n %n .Lincn., Clreck-. I-. ,c ,i.
China .,nd -.,,r lil: h ianl.ii,rFLi t-. Ui '. .i :,
UncbrEll ., ;::- gr.iLCe coat ,Iu s .1i L' .:,
JLi&Ciu-wa ,Ji, 'r cP i lr f ,'. ," L
SC. 'erdl truniiksl S fr.abl G ....-" .
On' T-iHUR -DAY Nict,,as above,
t' nWI .ce continue' tileale ,of .
,. The GOODS 'uf an In'portr,. Particu-
In'. in .p,. o( th- day.
STHITS-Le'AY, I o'cl;.-ck, at
At d(nd.D. 3. EL :.'''si C. .- ,,
N.NEthE I bales, Geor ghi .p.
41; (,ad-C... p. i p '- |. (l:aid,. *. ',., .
patent. Rum, i8 c :ll. :tiI.'iih-c, J c L t.-. .-.
brown .oap.; i Jdu. ir-ould C ipdic- I.' d ... cT
houle BriI1Ces ; m. 11n:' Bureaus: Alfo,
2 ..cales !inioie :i',d dcuiL L Trr.:! ".,...
pi-.-c 1 ; 15 <. ii .x '.iSfll:i tc glazed Gaunpowd,'r
tO-fOR ROV, a' cu'cliockas above,
A variety of F;i-eh Scalr:nbc GOO S,
s.aonjsfiig o,. ,iipLrfinr iuddlinc g and -iw priced
Broadcloths and C'-limier ., utr, and comminlon.
Coatings, Plaius, Swa-nfdowns, wonfled EolL L, &c.
*' I,.F J*i, ..----ALSO .-- ... .
SCotton Caibreas, Muflins, Calicoes, Ch'itz'.es,
Mullffin.. ShaN. Cotton .Hofc;, Linens, Veavet,
.1, ck., fec' 1ir Silks,. filk Gloves, .hdj&i Cpotonu,
&c. &c.-.Partfor Cath' and a part at 6o0 days
credit. : : :, -
On THULRSDAL'x I..., p9 ,
tt "TE"T
:dt Thomas C./arr':' o.i',., .
..' ... > '/, .. .... Ie vy-ST'R Er,
A sOUT s8oVolumes ofntw ..., ".o,,,-
han'd BOOKS, prinepally Englill i ,F...s,%
being a well chofen colleaionnof Hiti Novels,
Roni.it,cc, P,..emn and Plays, well calculated for a
C'ritieaing Lib.y.
:TO1W0 RR1c.'i" .;t i3:-. '/,
-j ;THE brit UN.1,IMI91
burthen 144.togs,2' year- (id.weL
-g foutnd,-and may ',c iii. iL ii.. fea
-j ',i,:t' ,' tn.ii esp.i.f. C. ndIrkne--oit :.
quarter caill,.ite ireidue cace u.si" itn 4, and .thb
other' ii,,.6 monthA., with, p .pv.d r, ., ---aid
B r I r"' f ii I at i. ipl; 'iat L i r. '

O 07 FRIDAY, Y;No-;. 8th; -
In C '. .. ,, -.t't -f-r M r. NAT.Ils
ADAuMS, will Lfd, vnder,, i/ithaows from the
A3frir-x Jf1i'd .>, Ic i lai.Iuffi, ; -- i .
A ....m-, .HUU5l-HOLD 'IiT'NIl
. 1 U4dE, vhz.-,.C.ard and Permhnh.. I ,'.:,:.
idclnoaird ; j;rnau: ; ..ir hoginy tiulT b.'i. ... a.i.
.'.'irdliurChi'ir Lc.cok.nr -G',it..i; E-r,.,-"l .'1 i
xnd Cr.'. C..-pct., liasr. An'dinons ; Shovels,
run,,, ;.nd Hok. ; LCeiing and. idfy Chairs ;
Prir.ti -lil' r r.,blc., i. anId lair. 1 'poL iL liver fc-.
a nr Ton; iaiiil acr I -. akd cl CL,,'r Towe!,
rr.J N ifkmiiS ; i Salilft.ry K-l.hen, .1 a vaciely
Ktitchen..Ftrnitur -, : /&6-
I Cow, z Seligha, I Harnefs, x Saddle, fAc.
____ ---. A- ilc ,;
.1 f/rl Nmu,/e u,.'uts a '-,:.:.

A Y ioun,- Healthy 'WOMAN,'whi a young
breAfbt.aft qij suit '* ,'lii- to g..> ijoin a*'..niiy (w
nlickl e a clflil. liiq'.,r? of :I_ ; .,; ;.. ':. s r 4.


TO EPT 4. .
." ';, -- ,-- : '" : : '.:

A .aRis, S T. 17 to 24.
., N itinerary hrs been pubtilh.:.'i in thi.
Cit' of the r.uit. ,v.hich the T i.esr CoNS-UL
"pOr"of- :o f'."ov' in the new.jouri.y he is
gor.p to mnd.rt.e '.".t to .1' from
Pini, t, ..,ni",gn., L', CrA, Cjalir, I,.n.-
i:r~, ',. t'l r, jN'ri/'. .-' r',/t,v,', Bru I, G ,-t
ai .nt ..'a tfom v. *..r:te iti will repair to
he he,ad quarters of lhe Army of England,
S..! i A r 1 '* ,tlr'. fi.'t -.r.,i. The
I k STr C ,, ... i 11 b ik '. t '.,iE thi. part cf.
tLe t,-'r of- i D tic 1 i ,I .dir,-, v. biJi ant Of
tn'. d U itoI alloi., lUt' o r, in hi: tit'- jtlur-
nev. ,
1. %: grcatei aiEti-o':.- riiflaycd r i t. .
c,'L,i u.:i-.1i i f .iinri. .c-, l.it-lhottorr.cd boat's,
-n.i prcv.-. ma .. 'izo i .Jil .t tr'-., keel,.
not lefis t'if i.. ,- J- t:,..c differ:
r. t % v IT.1, n.s n t e iti,' i J ,,-I-',] ..]..,-'o o menP
r.-c iJI'v tc ccmirn.-k in then, T".. tro..p.
burn w ith impatir:l.':e lie led ; mi ul't .rlt nt, r t i- '...l.. ie, mol d 'rn,;d-b1
ble, rr..ftIt ir.-.ud, r .,ll u: ij a,d r, ,, bl
Tii4 blUnAd i.e
'. I bII h.
,A iy" if i lt'i.,ri '. ",,t nIer G :-i. r;-n
h i.lve br:en ordered ;,io rr...-, to becmtpl'Ay-
-.3 J r Ir L :C L t [ il.. ll l. rl .-t, ;. 4 i n
tile ti, f r .iivr- ..i tic. e immediate (.i.'r:. of the

D1 i-' s.' l rF f the flaffof. the .cA -y
of England. .
Col. 1RAY .'aU .1ti-, .-.:n Icic in -:' -potts
bf I/,ainJ, o. feIe th.,t thle ..ai i..i i for the
,grIand -pelition proceeded ,, ith v.1 pofLI/

%tely t.. h'.- m; here '

Pc-me n '. koails haie. 'j,'. required t-lii
I J l.i-, ir.
On the t.11 i-ll. a Frienc-h fquadron faill:1
fr-.m GL.c7, laid to be deftined g. the island
of FL,. -
Bor.spaite has nominated LAPLACE Ch1an-
tetlor ; FAj .SES Tre'afurer; and LEFEs-
TRE kR! S.RitRURiEJi, Pruetort.
M'.Ir are employed ir, remo'.nii ilind banl:-
on about 18. leagues of thie coalt o01 the
Schel,'dt;A-and Workmen air e eiggeCd incleiar-
ing tie port of Qlend. .
:' OFSPAI ,. .. .
As. for fame \eckf paft, Spa.uin hds beced
the oLjCAt of :a co li.iltibl .*',grre of L oh0 r-
fation, and our rti.a.ri r:ay vithi to bccorre
acquair.td' v.ith the ratiire of the r:lauior.;
fLabf.l;r.g hb t',.'r:er th.t Power .nd rT.. n ,r 0L,
have judged it piuarr to gire an c'itrad oft
the F:naly Co.',omp.:it, andj of Lce ]all treaty,
,:oncudcd vi;th Spain.
The Fa:r'ilv' Corra.'f a .(cniun, 28 articles.
By thi'e Fri!, the t,'.o Kine-j ftipulate, that
they will' for the future consider as their ene-
tny, 3nt,' power which thall bc:.i,m fo.. of ei-
ther oCf lie coniir',iiing' ,:o.ereign?,
Artii. ', V, VT :,nld sII, dL.'-rnimji tlie a-
rrc.rin.t ind tlhe i, :C; c the frrt f tiuicco.u
It is (-1 coifill, of fhip; acd frigat.es. and of
land i.::. '. .. 'ii ;f., ntr,. and c..'al' y.
Ly tl-. X11 aid X!liI :rticli.s it i fi( fix-
!,tel. tha. t,, d -.(l u ,n t If fl\ ..,:,'0 fioil be
l ,fi.-:icm to prove, on. the one fide, the ne-
S-(ti\t *-.f T :.'ei'.-inE it, and, on the oth .r, ith
.blig Sion 'A i g it. So that' nuider no-
.ittc:,t hatfoever can the demand be' ela-
did ; ;a.. without: entering into any fort of
dalf.uii 1. "the number of mhips and troops
flipulated to be.furnifhed, fhallbe looked onL
three montLs after the requifition, a: the prop-
ity of tc. i'i ,alrinr," pcL.r er.
7 rt' ;' -' ,'hi .:'t 'F '' ?.-.. ", l r .l :,
t'r I. ,r,./. Ic'nlih. e .nJ Ki... KA'nh. ,j Spa.i,.
L\ Art. tie 3d, the r <,i.irc-.l Potr hall
.ic ^ th.e difp'il cof thc r.,itiiiig po'er,
1 5 Ihiips of the int'. 6 tig;m'ti, and t cor-'
ILt ', V.hlicl 11l :: fferr.bled by the recjuir-'
ed power, in whichever of its pbrts*hall. be
fed uf b) tie r'. iiriiig poxer.
.Art. the 5thi, &Ids i .C-'a infantry, and
6000o cavalh .i ". "

'General AUGEREAU has' joir-d the a-rmy
at Bayyne. '

STrB'<., V P ,, 5 5 'T. 4.
A Cq-' T..l tool: 1 la,.. .Ilt'.rdI irrong thi:
fi.l.3irr-, of tls 'rinif n, a when fev ral were
kUleld, ard a g-eat iurrmb.i v ,.r,.li

*:vi.r.,VI .NiA, Ait,. i7.
A foolish fillow took it into his head late, -
tIv to fpetk in the mof. indecent terms' of thie
FI.sRr CONStL in a Ctsffee-H-oufe. One of.
fthe French Legation,imniediately ga'.c tri.:r.
nation of lIit oridnvi to thle Polite, and he
*('as in confequcnce arrcfLeoa, On itrnquiry he-
ing made o, :. h:.ni ..4u7, what fattsfac.-
tion hie defired, tis ati .iiltel repiicd, thIat he.
Only wiflhed the mian fliould iralI.<. an .-i.olg,' .
for bhis condud, m.d that/ sf .; ., .. .'/ i<
.t.,. .. I 'i;t' ito Dimjg Ji,, ie,.'-s. -n th'e .re
.. ,c, i;.,/. *..-' I'n eemi the .'..*. rr and tht

S.Aftei'" nf feats flat the abode of the
: French Tr...c.'i.-an .this coiintl'y vithl pi-o.s
er~s, hv.hcih -".; : m reaoss of lighting up
a crntiaiei:ti! wvar, vte ace now become per-
fL-flv titiancOt It is' b',,'0nd a doubt,-that
ycry' a-., : .t]i ... -i'a:! .a hla r1 ken p ,ace
the ] t .,lhi t...ur. n i-tl, ii,,e.t.e", kEaa ftic-
t d.-.- f a in cl :i u'i t- t. d ': l ti't Courts of
r rsl t- L., liiii ilgl it. it .nri, uni ; and it ih
..' '. !,. t', 7 .' ,;.- I' .'r,. -, t .-:'.'. rem ain
/, ... .. /. ,, ,'t 1 ,', ar d.

l f. 1.-..';ie r .: .. pri.' ,.i fli riul t ou 'V 'en h
(,cf ,.iiL e,; (h., 11, ..t:, i.,l.ilrit ot> ihb: im.Ienct

a 6 1 A 2I4 a, .i,'i4
I"1 f.,I I e" 1 t '1.:' C ,ver i.>rintudt on the
u;.:11 s Ift '.'. I i made its : ', -
vetlrda, i'.-fcimitg tus, tlt according it g
r', conon it ion !.: .T*., i- .:. cf' "
v- oud be adm14tted irto the confederation,
arrd t- i tl -I .r-e to.un;te io tihe clibef place
of t' i -i. 1 .C in order to ;. i, two'O
1 ._ !i : oaR.3c years of ,;. .... ,,.,ying
". : 1[ :

a revenujc ,f i tih.,fand dull.ir, ti be Nlem-
b..r, ofa i .'t'cnriat. :. ii,. D [,,Jt;: Lo thie
iu, er i.ameibr. Clii L.'gifl.atie body will
te compul.[k of thi.l,-f t'.-..' chi mbcra. The
Governir'ent of tihi %.,'-,'d S:.:t.'i, l for this
time on!'. noninatte .-r Go .eenor, % ho imme-
diatJv Al ..t'cr I;;. iitl latLi.ju .;.i .,Jlfc, ho
conjun&ion uith the Senate, tht .l u.'.;t'.and
the C.,i,..il-. ,fb th: Natiol. ..l Milrh it
bhlic.d ttial the LegilLtiP.e h,-dy v l llon-.
ble at the Nctd cs, > bi tl. n'.o.rI cet.
part of Lont.a.,a. O u Lion i,, i,:h i: nu%.,
uil) composed of 2.o,,c:o inihibtantA. ..ill,
Sc has i rcalin to r i.pi c .:C ..l :ocI-,c-c in
:(a years, thin:.

,o.. A .PA.iT ..PR, 'set.:. i
i','Ir. Cad."t d..'-Vaiu;"- e:.r-'iiui,-,, u-,',r
lihe n.crins of di ffi.f-c-int mn-t, i.Ii it 'th.:
greatcIt attenrion.-Thc. reTrr:.l:'- CoT6:rij.lng
the M'.niie Council of HialtI h:'' r,..pcat'd
thcfe experimnn.ts, and li '-.:- .I, .i hicir
fticcef:tf.;l ref'!, a rr. '. i Dr. r. :,.!huJL-C
fur navigator--.:
6i' g iuurd..: 'of fi,.c b':'.f a.re" ': n fn u';mitt.
d fij i ti.hrr `.. .,, b ,"7 y o" 't ti i ":,C :r C II tlj
.a!l the ca dl,: a i n -..,i : v.ic h'; t.. j ii',doii,
,Id fn : t., d, ir dec.'r.)l'.; .ia n !:t ith a'.t f ,
vilthuoI .iny pi .;min::iIy r)'.'ia .'irti. it has.
L...u-,.i.t iih, i '. (p.o .', p'. ; i '.1:17'. : ,'it l: ,th at-
molfphrlie j ai, th, i' .:ii-.,-rai.'! bi ri, firoir
"e. to i d c'.r..c ."t: t, erd ..f thelf three
S'. li, rhc. at I,. '.: .e f.1i blue and greeCn ltt!
,ci.-t.r; it contaied a '-..*-:t niimber of worms,
:r-d c..:kd fo fetid and i.,lifcoui a. n r.louro
,that it became neceffary to prfl'num'l the room
in i.' :,:I it was- kept. "TlI: C.-n,:d vilhtd
this t be' the cafe, in ord.0 r to be corincetd
of the efficaciopfnefs of the mearis of' difin-
fic(ion, which it .ra. nia p. p'.'d to n ake
trial of, ai ( follow ', ..
Th'. ,at:.. v "1i fiR A111 d in boiling .-.a-
ter, in or3er to reinove the ioriuin and Siould
which covered it. Tvwo pounds of c.:.ommon
charcoal had been. p, violrlY piecpared. i. e.
had bern pounded,'llftid and iathd The
meat kas theii covered will it, ai.d aft'- be-
ing placed in a linen bag, ,,ii plt .ito a gla,-
ed earthen pot, which ii tlrin lt110.1 1h
water, and a few handfulls of charcoal added..
The vaife5 or Jot, contained about ttei Eng-
lifh qi iit;. After 'having .boiled for two
hours, the meat .s takl.i nit and v.walhcd, i
order to cleanne it of the coal. It v-a- 'ai3i
put in frethl water, with the' .:.-, 'l0.r ii..l..-
ing, and being :, fcornd titn,. boiled, cai m out,
".at the end of that tim. i[n', of a nc :roioii,
anl fmImLt t.mIarkably fweet. On b-ion, tall-
cJ, to i.lic r ith the fotp. ii 1. l.th f,:.me
ltic. .. be.l li.had been put,'.y- all the lM.m-
beL, of the Council,and by .na,ia rth.r- prc-
fent at. the experiment, they un]arnii....ujly
agreed that both the beef a nd tlfoup' wp ire -
cellent -

By letters from 71. i1 id, we learn, that d n
expedition is preparing in the Sp.aniifl Ports.
for the ]1il;i ;,"e iflliands, on board of which
many phyficians and furigeons i.ill e,'.i k.i ,
order to eftablifh e tl iIeine iic,,hoii.' I

7 .
wiEDESrlAr,. OCT. i6.
T ili Hotife was engaged until four o'clock
in difcuffing the report of a fele& commit-
tee, on an amendment to the conftitution, ref:
peeling defignating the electoral votes given
for Prefi'dent and Vice-Prefident. After nu.-
inero/ss pi'opofitions of amendment, the report
of the felef committee, verbally amended,.
prevailed by a large majority.

Mr. Randolph, from the Colinihitt'e .6cf,
Ways and Means; tep6rted a bill. for carry-
ing into effef tlhe Louiyana convention ;, the
bill diresf the conftitutionr of lock, accor.
diing to tdie term'rs of the con'-enrtion,-and the
'delivery of tlhefame to the agents auth6rifed
by the French government, after Louvfiana
/hall have been taen pjito.ff of by the United,
'rThe bill veas read twie'ei and, referred t' a
C omrmittee of the whole' to-morrow.
,A bill was received front' the Seate, ena-
blitig the president to take poffeffeon 'f jodW-

i" ,THUsnA, a0:. '.
nOn miotioi of Mr. J'. Clay, the Houfe
Wlent into committee of the whole on tlhe
amendment of the Conftitution-
.' Vhen Mr.J. Clay moved a "u'"iti to ffre
report of tlhe fele .comfi'ittee; by which -h-e
number of perfons from whom the elecion of
Prefiden1 flnal be i...:ir L, the H. of R. is
extended from thiee tiauii ', and the language
otherveife fo altered as to confor-m to that of
the Conftitution.
This' amnendimenst \-as fp:ported b' 1 Mi.
'r'iclaolhi..., ;inJ Mr. E'lliott ; and oppofed by
.Mr Da'ifon, Mr. Smilic .and Mr. Alftoni'
aind a'r..':d to Ayes 59.-.oes 47. .
The. comnliitee immediately rofe, and the
I-'I.i.. agreed to the report of the cormmit-
Stee--Ayes 6o.

.M. Randoph, fr6'. tit'e committee of
7 ays and Means, reported a bill mniaking
r"...ifih, for the payment of the claims of
citizens of the United States on the govern.
tent of France, 'the pfayrfil.:niit rf '.'whcl has
'been 'itumed by the i 'd., *i.5.. i in '-.irtue of
the convention with 'ranete of the' 3oth of
A ",,; .. .
he pj mentrT a-e to be made to the order"
of the American Minifl.~r at 1Arit. ; and
i.It (Miil:r to. Ie charged with the whole.
:anicuat if fadi paymertts, until he exliibh's
fatisfeatry 1pro'of that his orders hacc i-'.ee
iffued i:n conformit it tly wthi.h'-0ifion of the
-.., rti .:.eI ,

S-ad twice adnd rdterrrd '.o od'msittee of
iftee whole to-morrom,

S(.; r,.-tc'.o, he ioufe wenrtinti6 a tommitice
bf ilth v h..L..on the.ad from the Senate" to
-enable the president of the Tt nJrnd SStte.I. to
tile -. ,. of the 't-i'.i.'r,.-, ceded br
',ii to the United :-.:a: c, by the treaty
.iiceluded at ,Pa.is, on the 3oth tof April

dt; and for the temporary. ievtti- i
thereof." .- ..- PAI. M.
Mt. Randd.'ph, after rome prelimi.ry re- -
mark., nmo'-ed to an-.,d, tiih.. 2 i. fltion of [l;,tii--'._.,',',', ., S, 1b8 .,
the bill, >;th camnt from tIn a5cnat, a' -- .. -rX -_-_
follows : T":.- --: r. .. .,,.,
S-'c. ":. And 3. id ur ;t ,-e-., ., That .' ?r1 T"E ME.y FERR,.7\'..V.
until Congrets fIill have made proviblun for i'. -
lh, rrmpIl. .y .u.cr,,rr.i,t c: :be fa., t. -rto- -t t C t 'I- LW :."L' ;E- ari. ."A onSuin'day ila,
ti.s, all the milit.r), cr vd, a nd ii&diciaI pi,,- i m ,'a, fd d f'lirm that place ,"n ,i lh
crs, e'c .,',-d by ic -.fficti,. of nte txilling -of September. There '.v .. no doubt that the
overdiheat 'iof t:e fae, fa1ll be 'e.lled in N[onrs had commirrnccd ',ar agair ll the: 'rr'1,-!
lI'ch pcrfon and p7rfons, and ilh-Hl h- ex!I-, .:tat1. The prete..t v aa the capture or the
'ifid I l"uLh rr,.i.r,.r -. the Ptllidcr.t ol 0 the I rip.lioe hlip under T loorith colors T e.
United ;*.att. ihalb dt;r.t. brig C.;.., capt. EC'.: .E, which had been
JBy'i'c If iter I ,r- I untiW the ta, len 1y a cruiiel-.of 20 gural, an.i re.tak..r.i
f l i.:7o .: -th ,e c1,:pirtion ...f th.: pr .'- by t'- P .'.! ;,. ha]d hbee, at ...;.., ,n:.
fent ffcii.,n i. Cc.n'gr[., or utik.1, pl.ifioni failed frcai then-'e, for /',/,aaia, in compa-
for thct.: iip..'.-, '...innmoa.t Ie mjd& by.' rny v- W Ei t .. vELL. V'" h..n i li .011'31;...
Mr.-G"niwoldi mjoci to strike out tne *:of the BarbarianS -fhe was:near efcapiov re-
whole ofthe fecoid f.i,-i,-.,;,i v urcfi'g inroit. capl'itare for whe ?the' Moo ,ilh v, ITcl s a-
i:tuti.6af power ll t. --re'c. boarded froni:'he .American'frigate a torii:,r
This motion .1. fiipfr.rtd by +efire. palf %as exhibited: whic.i h.outld ha.e been
Grifwold, Elliot. L Lt.au-.:ci, Dana, anid I-%,t' d v. ith tbhi u"',l '.lpl.:t. h,d n,.t tome
"Ja itp, -id t.Il .vd MTr r Raudolphl, cc.nfulfiorI. thIe anl-cr tIt '.n enquir,', rifi.ect-
,J']ch....llf. Mit .':ll, Var"nru, Epp.i.E.E lUis, .ing the brig itt company, Created a fufi r i u,
Sr.nile and PRo.iri'.'. '- which ind,ilc-' capt. l.S'NI c.r Ei t to c:aI'!l
The q'i 'nrbn ch'Mr. CGi .'old n:'i i.on to her.tobe ilk oi thie :.1 ft ltun was then taken n: Jicans were about rtl-iri,- fa.ti fhid,i.h.n cjpt.
loi _A e' 3o. r .1BowiL-t'fprung frcm .'n) of t11 purC-h.,l.: in-
Ti co jmmitt-'ie rof and rep.-nt.1- s.- bill. toi thl bo.,t, .nrd cl.i.n .,; c, r. ..tA tIun f, in In ;
*7ith,,u.t amendnrloint. -lount ymnuLi. V' h.Ic .. prilo:i.r, cipt.1 a.d
M Mr. R'.:rJc '" mot'l to a,'ctn,] the i.nd his crew were treated very well; an. ii ctuir
Section bv adding to the oid thicro,'f the fol- the. offers ,ad lc:,m..n hf the co' iir' -r
losing noid., :for maintaining ;id piro. well u'fed dri Foardl t;.c Pi,.1~hl'.d'ia. Capt.
tl 'ting the uilhaitants of Louiliiiia in the 1t,', iL. r,.t..:L.. ln..t the Enibm eror f 1/,-.
full enjoyment of their lhbity, property aild rocco's fiarimers as.cowarlvy wrltichci, and
'religion.' 'believed that very few guns would have ren-
Agreed to witilout a rivifion'. .. dered his. f'I f l'i:.. It is faid, :-.l1-:, tlat
This bill was ordered to bhe cnrgroffed ft they are farful of :'rrryirg fad otherr i.
third rc=ding tomorrow. pu "l; cb.i rotrthnnl. +
Sl. 'J lie llhip taken frod' the lMoor ihad fa.lc1
b (4 mot un .-.f M r, Ran.1l.tph. Re.; 'i,. .', fr :'i. .'.-.,! S .... .
that fo much of the Predtra.t''; nilag as ie.. T. ''.Moori, h Adhrr.ii.i' frig.sc,iif gun.,
lates to pcrmiantnt aira3r'gem:rnts tor the gov. .'.as out on .a cra e O.n the 30th "ti Sept.
.Orinment of Lcuiflana, b,: icf.rred to fel&t in lndrg. g, catC F-'i.wrL., Li: boario..l iurn
committee. the f.Igate ,l.tir, ti,.,m Gi -!har bd-and
Carried -.'irS',t a i ,ifl.-, home, V.'it tihre '.ft;. ind.: .con..y. The-
S. officers informed; that the day ptreviouiid tey
The fo1lo0'itig refolution as ira'ed by had la.iIri from a Biitifh fliip that file had
kr. Nicholfon, and agreed to, viz.. met a Moorilh frigate iith' three Afietiatica
Refolved, Thai a Committee be appointed veffeIs as prizes. ,
tin eiiquiie into the expediency of extinguifli. Early iii Sept. tliere ".-ere three dr fo.r
ing the debt drte to individual states from fmtill.Mooriflh armed veffels at Gibraltarwith
th( U,;t'.i Sitc: A. .4-N.:.c 4-. fealed order .
_, When the lboffile dilpoitior, of te Eitpe-
i r afee-rtained, all the LUIteid Statesl
l .. L: effeis at cG':r.',!'.:r, put to fea fdr the pro-
S--- telioni ofthe trade, and oidei s were difpatci-
'PE'NSYLyA.: ".. d p the ALj.it., rtran,.mi. fr f..re of the gv, -
pHIILAIDELP.HIA, 6cT. 29;', Cinhrrtlt Ihip tEd comeL dotn'; Twoor three
LOUF' /V .. ... ,.ft! i fmall crI .r h- .] rolt I.nately arrived
I. is ftaied titc S'..ui has, through he from Aiiferica ; aid ihieftrength of our fquad-
miniffer here, iutnl el.opiclcd ik t ....fentiment iotf' at thi Straits is fucien't' tb present any
against France f...r h' .g '1 !.J ...,.:,7,,.i to, conifidefable apprehenifions for the safety of
the United States. But: to irenonitrate to merthant veffel's.
oi', .:...a. t is as weak as ufelefs, the Capf; Er.Wat i as iold b, f he Corffui.
territory has become c'iu;, :i .i mitl be kept. at .i ia.'.',; that Commodore PREBtLE had
IAurora.l gone bv6.r it.' 7..';er.t,t. ndea .ur to ieftore
The pacific- ..-*.:. e. n.it uf th. : r ,.1I a good undernlandinr v Iti, i ,I:.: It will
':iiedilit.,ny aj.ri:,.r e ii the pi'dr't .3il',ut hbe recolleed that the ConifLQGenerailto the
*with Spain. T... S .I.ilt Minil., r', .,,.1a- Barbary Poweis' wa. a alffci'g, r in the Con-
ments are calki.i *'. -J.A.i p, i.,.r. ;" anit itiIs flitution, and both that gentlrjia' and Com-;
hinted that thliy ouht ;. f,.i-tiil] tl.t *.t modore.Pat liS't.; have ample power's.
have not t ak ti.l,,; '.t'., l,, "which many There were rnu .p poi' J 'ti.pihne ":c(li;
other iaiors itIl. have dotlec if they haad being at fea.
had th lii.. i''i.a'.t .' bWtar between Fraince and Spain, Was ex-
In the debate on Mr.R; GRisWOLDn's -o peaed at .Ma!aa. .
tion of Od. 2:T, Mr. NIcuoTrsas faid, It The report that Ld. NELSON had 1rbo-
was no concern of our's whether Spain was' a'rded .d/giers was rieived.and credited-;
difcontented with the ceffion. If, like a croft ---==ysyy w--
child, fe had giver away lir cale and then 'FROMA W'ASHiNGTIoN.
ried for it, w hat wvas that to us ? Fra ce had y ut evening's Mail we received the Re-
fenit; her commiffioners to Louifiana, and our port of tile Secretary of the Treafury, ref-
governnient had the official orders, figned by peeing the Revenue and Expendituires of the
the King of Spain, for the delivery of Louzfi- United Stae.s: He eflimates the former at
'ana to France, and France was now teady to 0,400,000 dollars, and the'atter at 9,Soo,-
deliver it to us" ooo. He careulates the intceft of the Lou-
,' Pi. i-. ifiana Stock at Io,.-.,-,o d.allirs ; aid thaf;
SBiLAi MCL,,.,AIeAN, of 'halaodi ,t pt, there i. .
itn ] a .. nk CL'Yr accordingtoo the previous Rritellent, there i
,d. 6 J 'oo00,000 dolls, which tay' be appropriated
to thepayment of thatihitereftarnd zoo,ooo is.
\"; rg,7". cakulated as the kiett revenue of N. Orleans.
'ivW-Yvoi, nov. i. To pay the Amecrican' iibiidris provided for
6F S'. DOlIN;GO. in the treaty; 2 millions now "-i the treafury
To thle Editor of the 1lercantile Advertifet. is intended; and it is recommended that the
Obferying in yo'r paper of the rith Odc1. President fhould e atu'thoriied ti borro.W
a letter from Adjutant Coninaind.ant Grand- r,750,00o or any part of that furm which
faigne,and which hal been continued a second may be neceffary, to complete. the payment.
time in: your paper of the i3t-iltating,th:,i A bill has been reported to the Houfe of
certain iiforriation received by capt. '.lr, Reprefentativesconformably tq the foregoing
whoariivd' at Norfolk, was eietrue Jufltice recommendation The money which diay be
to truth, and a wifh to ilnfold fome of -the, borrowed,' to be i.irb,rlriL!: within l5 veal,
nefarious pta,'ce oiirittrd at ithe' tae, iiitcill lfinittid .'t 6 per cent. nd it is made
has induced me to fr,,.iud y'. u thit fr.r 1./b-' awful for the laank"of the United States to'
location. I al .It that the iii.,:inillancts of loan the fum. It is fuppofed this bill was
the attenlpt to fubvert the prefent govern- i.xIaied on the ?l iit.
rment at the Cape,by Gen. Claufel and Thou- .. ~___- -
Ivenotyvsas/?rif'AfC ,.! i..ii *-V' '-\c'T.ti.'ii, that rk,_ T _.r n/ Y. i _r
(int, addition /y to .1...t cl 'c.,ci i, Cthan Ie Legiflatt1e of /e's.r-ferfy hla p.. paf-
(in addition to tl. ,,::t of r .c ,,, C. and fRd a law for the elealoB of membersof Con-
T. and "pwards of 4o others, and that tie f a law f the l f m o Con-
t w Cook sof te Cmmnd r grefs in that State, by a general ticket, on-
and Prefetd wer executed 4o pernios were e thof Dec.-Mr. tsN, democrat
hanged at the yard-suin of a frigate in the e printer has been ofen' clerk f 'the
harbour, on account of than plot. I nuitloufe f Affe bly
further remark that Gen. La Poype waa'ap'-. Gen.' ,I.,or r1 l'has- heen ehofen Gov-
pointed to the command' of the arnmy of thle ernor of New Jeifty,
Hi''<,ti, in the room.' of Oen:; Cl'ifel ; and
Adjn.tant Coriirandant Boye 'as made Chief 'Phe Afor.a'a; f 'e- tlt a correfpbndfen'de
cf ,. Stafi'in. lieu of Gen. Thouveofs. I has been recently carried on between the
forbeari to mention fai'y account of the Coffie Freneh ci,i,i: Ides ati','eia,,d the Spatlsh'arn-
'concern,. fo a -u' jt-,:-.-,!-) car-ied' on y' baffador at i''.,.'.- '. concerning the cef-
Generals Clatfel an Thouvcnot, with' the fion of L,.i .iaa. .
Brizia.' I ani forry to fee the remarks of
appealt-othegood harint'ony in commercial rel-. The Coimmsittee of Health of Attxaindi expeda-
.fions which the Adjutant General fo pointed- ed to ceafe their labors ;n the week ending
,yhns sc in ewe thi out on the 9thi'u lth. The ufual health of the city be-
ly"hint.s t as ca illh._ between .this' country .g, nearly reftored. : r *
and ,a',ce, ,j't is an infult to American .g .nr r r-
Ie t ing ;, (at lea'l fo fvr as relates to the frar.f-t" r. MV,_ Y the 'Britiih Ambaffador .to
a&ions with ,.u: coni.,cyn.., a> ,.u ,r ),or the Unted S: te, was to fail from Portfmnowth,
elfe they wollJ l-t a c a' t,:,.e.l 't..; Amer- Sept. 25:th' in the frigate Phaeton.
eiran Captain- ,:,n the' ,.. ,ti.ulu; prtten- /The Bitifr,'igate Aidi'omache,(latidy reported to
fsons,one of "l:i'rni \.as Cant. Bir igly, be- le en Jbore) has tas- two frenchi merchantmnfrrom 8.
l .i t 7i : I'' i 't rl' Carolina.

1% ,ii,,tcr may.. i' M. Grandfaigne's ten- ..
.der regard for .l'Til. 'li,-u .1.,,1 L '.I Ca- The i'ffe cofeto 'troi- ,- hechtai.
fel,- hc outgfiht., .thu: due ileggarddtri'b, A2rewv-Toro on the I irtlt. and confiderabble
have publilTJu' h ti .;, ad repeated it. If damage was' diee to wet and dry goods in'
:Adjutant C.,ai ..alg;e h.-. eafort'to- doubt celba'shinuSouth aind Front-Streets;
the above fta-nemen f cea'n have reference to'
French Gniil:nen'. of il'pt.:t ,iilitI, who are A .ond paier of the x9th Selt. gives an ac-
hi '. 1 ith count or the c .ii ,.'', ,...:-rd at Jerfey, on the
zt this ium, i1n, -t, : (pffe.ngers..with h. It proceeded fionf an attack unon the
Capt. Muir) and' Whofe iat"'' '. I wilh may twn of Grn'ilkh, on the craft of France, by the
he publiflhedt. yuadron under Sir James Saumarez. A number
One ,oft/'t Pff'ngA'rs, itr Cwit h .'ir. of gun-boats were dcftroyed, and the Ifland La
.orfulk, O7i 2 2, .;., Cco"ck-, h SeMe St'. Malss, taken n3-''ilioa of.

Accounts froi' R.,teri'.i,' to q'.. -f,
f. .e, that tLhe reprati ,i f' I di '. I Cr.,
L'i."jiJ% v.ere making %i.h, tindidiiiiii a.:.
I;.I:. ; arnd Ehat n the arrial of an, ,,utr~j
i-iTcl which ha.3 t.,ejied at in rghtl po.
fle is fceizd, and her papers 1~tit to 'P.;,...

It has been di(cov 'ed that thq i'ne, i' .
:wil. protect thofe who have had it frui -'

On Maria, lafr w"i-ek. ihe Birth-L'v o ;i;.
H--.a JOHN .'.DAI' Late Frefident of ':. t. .
I..',... r. : cekibratcl .iL Cr"Q.., by .i larg.. i..mr l'..-
C gtrIt in of uol the iie;itihourlhood. Tie ..ril ,-
n" !,.,r. ai.-r,' eJ, pruce,'d d in a bu. ,.i 'It, z;.
'p ni ,f M r..'-. --A'! [E., co llr iiiil'ilte hil n ;:I !',-
o"cJ L.c e lien the Chl i a n iifr.rricJ l ,d ., '.I
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After dinner, t t new 'r .. coni, i. t f 'r i 1
b % / ;, ., "W'I.

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he i..'mpj' : rciuih ii d '.,l the. i i,r

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After dibyner F new ; and, fornp.,li for ol.c ..
e pl..n an.b y ir v t. a n, f..,.,; frin ,and mn

Marc]aft, and to e. ndiias, T ruchi mr,. y. be.

nceffar3 of the ais therein appuapriatd.-
Thery iilmperfeaIi ol Neonfel iln bf theac, rt fl'-
ded ito" ji th and a I wiIh to kiwr r 11 rrl.. .' '

tae g.li'- n ]thi -Prefident e ecte thI. .,,
r* :,. -,utm,, ,.t 'i l, t. ', i of ir oi ,o :... ..

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iE Si1', EDI TO.',-
S bler .:.,, in 'our l0M il f.r ;In
([.hich I ardultaindJlas t..i^J tie ;'.; '
of 'b.h Unit,.d Sta.t.-,) alithcie i t'- P e-
fidenrilto take po. i o te irrit,.,- IL.
to "i by Frdnce d; and,or That th Truoldc,
emflIloy any ai ..; 1t, t ohe army ai na.e, 1the Ex
C-f tiV. force auof le State'd alit niay dee in
arie, laft, and tO expnd ascrdin a
n' celTar) of the inf toi therein at a ropriteiC
A'i mny meirr. y iis notvery retentive, of lc,-I
.a very imperfe :ec.r l i.n 6f the a:rt o al t -
f'ed to ) and a Iwiflitongfio L what .:,n'i
ale g, fien their Prefident to e crte or tha e ald
othi'. military ll .le faor r oii 1 i. ii

oherpu, ilhing ae firing the re. s T. o.-

gref-, the refider... t' .irni, tlde ',,iec 'iary for-
'oirr.-'f e"'t a ,* ...1.1 -,. ,,. ...
to b e it eriaed ed; te. Tdi at the Prcide-nt
be, and is hkr.by authol'iced, ,vhen.:ver he *.-
dall judge i xdof any ., to ne e.lttire ofthe Ex:

Leitifes offfppr ofptaie tate' f.h lay deeno
igt Bonv~iientf to, take effeu.1- al measures t -.,
organize, iram and eqeip, a cording t.rlet,
and hotdin readinefs to p areh a t an om ,. ".

cShc l, .,. .
'< That 5,5.:,oo, .50 d'oilars h.: al~propri ,,

-r-op aforcbid, wiiofl a,ntal -tlr'.e iiV Lct.
voril emrc for the p 11rcliale or ordnance a'nd

10-the 3d mihtry ore d for dW'.liiD. ii i,.
other t:'ectinb ag, during the recer of Co.
grefs, the Prefider't ma- deeni neceflar for
inthe. fciy of C therriter of thea U.dn, fr
,"to be pplWAed nd.er tlit dr.aion ofR the Pr.
Aident, oA.tit of any mJo ne the treMafiry not
o'therwfe .pprop iate,/' "

Coo. -m ay's BuiliH.Pn's-vla e.r t&e Mifs. ara
Hii'. 8-- ;, mc.:r 'ng for Johit r., ...,.,n, 1 0 1 .
e1-Id meeting for James n.>err, a o'cck. '

4i RI:', ; .
Inthisfto fn,.{y the Retv. Mr. Baldwin, Mr;
SAt 2. Bedfwr., Mr. Jolm Bennett.to Mcfs Albi
Cook--h. John H. Howlan3,ieit. to Mils .Sa\r:, -
At Barfabl, bh bthte Rev. Mr. Peak, Mr. ls.',;
BERRY to Mifa-A.IGAIL youx. '
SAt FitlDl".g, Mr. SAM.EL DOR, mer. of t'li'is
tpwn, to Mifs Lucy 'Fox', daighterof Ju:'. i".h r.x
Efq. of the' former place';

Inthis o'n, Wm. Henry Albcn, yonngalt chiLi
of G'apt. Samuel All n.
Yefterday, after ^a .lon and painful fi'cknefs, _
Mrs, Mary Waine,aged 53, cr.,it ofu CapItain "
B.. aj.[r.]r. Wir,., whole funeral wi'l proceed fronti
his dwelling-houfe in Fleet-Street, near the Re-...
Mr. Murray's tretrin -houul.. to-morrow at 3
o'clock, r. M.when her relations and friends are
requefted to attend without a more particular iAt-
,vitation. "
On Saturday laft, Mrx. Thomas Bavyley, of wox-
iury, -.t. t5: His remains were veflterday remo-
ved froni the houfe of his gr.nd l'.ther, Des. Bay-
ley, to the family tonib, attended by the Roibury
Company of Artillery, of which, forlfometiiie, he
had been a worthy and refpeled nieniber.
The nntaber of deaths in Bofton, tie laft week,
was II. .
At C'r-srd', .or Sarjrirav libi, iMifs 'PMsilct.a'
W.aro i, in he 2 .'lih year of iher age, after a long.
andi pdinfi iIn.'f,, whili'fliefuppurted wirlitiri-
tiaii fortiiude ind reth'T'natuon *Her funeral ,,il" .
,i stn-,nrrow afrcrn.iun, at 3 o'clock, which her'
fticind' .ad ration, ii. teqlirfted to attend.
i ^'. ;..'.:.'.7, Mr. l'la.tila Taber-At 2S.'-
ttrt Mifs Anne F. HakelLt

.In amaic, Mr. John AJpr.l.,,rn, ,',.3 Iz, y(iii-
geftl n 6ofthe widow ara i Appl..-..At, of this
town.--At Charljflown, M:. Richard Cr ltoni. .."
-9.-At Gluce/flr, (R. I.) iCapt. Beni)an,, W',,I:..
ion, aged 9o.
At Paris, Mr Alexander Innes, 'iet. 58, for many
years Prefident of the ".:.tcll C..l!e, A
On his ", ir.lg from ;e.,., u '...., ., M..
James Bulgia, mer.--At !fia, ctpr. Ai.smo.r, of
,.. 2N.,. <-

:,.- .- -. _' .. .. t { -i. --
s ii d of Sept. Mai." ws performed at
the Tocatre in this city. 'Tlhe principal chdaract-
er was flitaincd by capt. COLOnQIlTr a ..i -i -
tfmnan, aud Lady I dai.b,"' by M .. ... -..., a
tatl arefs. :
SAYS Lady Wadd!e--almoll out of be't.lih,
run-_ ". i., :.! -.-.. -'*i t.f ;rr pla; ,T-, + I ,'
,at I t',.' Capt. Colquilt,' cries '. 1. oll;',
'I vow I never hea rd of fo much folly;
A little man to play *.s r. l, 'I '.. tt, .
2 hope high heels or lt. *1".. .. Irl. has got,
As:d pray, my lady, who's cI his lover .
'Iis wife, I eau',-' why, ii ,J I, Mrs. Gloverr.
i. : [ L .I .... .1-v. i l 1.-., h '.-, l *, [I"
And cannot reach to kill's .:.r ,i i._ j I1 :
For after 'being from hbon. i. ': 'ii..
Not to a fre i at meeting v ,iJ I-'. Ci, ,
14e'll niver V g i his point,' i'. i I I .0 n ,
tUnilefs the Cap'lain takes a :u-,,-. '...
o 'crics my lad'y,' rat her th.a" 'do this ,
7,i- ..', i ', i bett. bow his tt..

A I, T ,:.'. : : place on the Hnudfon
on th.. I- 'h in'". I,.. i ,ns the floop Ann-Ma-
tia, of AT. Tor', ard tle Edward, built on a
plan of G. Livingfton, Efq.-.-The bet was
400 dollars. The li' -.nti. rid ... |T.1 l;.a
by about 3-qtarter i i iril'.. It. was alcer-
taiced by a itop watch' that. the. 'Eduaerd
came in flays if' q fcconds.

INCFNDaARES.-El. ....... t.yl morning
a perfon returning from rni,'. t dul'o,.,'., ] a
brand of wood enveloped in a newspaper and
bundle of ira'wv under the tluoop of a houfe lin
Fair-flreet, near C.,ld-1.l.t, the .property of
Mr. Neil M'Kennon, Th'e wood was oat,
and after :1,Alntl, Ini,. .,-. the paper and
tiraw, had become fpontaneotfly c:.t iis ;.h-
ed. Tlhefe combultiblei materials' lad I.:..
pushed through an air bale under r'I"c ftoop.
This is the feeond attempt in the farne street,
and near the fame part of it that has been re-
cently made. NA 'orark y..r .Oct. 216.]

C 11(; "K .'ilk 'I
iN;-. 'i I .&' BEDFORD, have received by
the fiip Miercury, Capt. Citosvy, from Liver2
40 crates of Crockery Ware, which, added.
to their former Stock, will make their affortmcunt.
equal, if not superior to any in town ; and they
are in daily expectation of further fupplies, in ev-
ery article in their lihe, which will keep their af-
fortmient good.
Thiy haie fa 's recdved=-ioo boxes Tea
China, of 48 and 49 pieces, very handfonte pat-
terns ; and a number o.f Dinisg fets complete,withh
'ithl Diftics, which will be fold by the ox, or
counted out. tf. s&95.
James H. Foffer,
No. 59, Marlb. Street, Cornet of Ssirmer St.
fL AS received by the Galen, from London,
a few piir elegant plated carriage Lan-
thorns.-Atrf/orfaJc, i8, 20, 5a, 24, and 30 inch
plain and ilip'dJ H.ir Cloth, Swords, Epaulets,
OQlicers' .'I.L h,,'l'.&, Plunis, yellow and white
Pi ili.an B. d" '-., Cordsas-nl-' Hat Bands;.-Lii.kwfe,
uo pieces Cotton Bedtic "'. ..; 1 p down,
ife m lf .].i e.,.. ;m >,, ic 'i h..., .. ', ," :. 14
Muffs and Tippets.
- i:. .', ',. :i, i 'beap-Side, Hahover-reet, and
.7, I.... *,,' f. l'. s / rs C r-- t .
SMl l- F and TIPPETS,
of eedry defcriptiin and every price, from four
dollars to f3rty. Thofe Ladies who wilh to lisp-
ilvthemfT'ves with this comfurtabl6l wear, will.
find itfor their interCit to call as above; and thofe
Gentlemen frot'sthe Country who will to fupply
th-rmfelves either /for their Shops or owi families
are invited to the above Shops-there will be a
handfomne difcount made to tholfe *ho purchase by
thbolefale. Liktewife for fale, asz above,
-Cottou Velvets of every defcription, whole-
fa'e and retail-Calicoes, Broadcloths, Ca'linieres,
patent Laces, with a affortmcit f ENG!.ISH
1ln ,', cheap as fiifual s5m. Sept. 13.
Cotton Yarn.
ISAAC BOWERS, No. 1 C(.:iiil,,
A Agent for S. StLAe'ra & Cod. of NYorg-Povi-
dxsce, R. I, informs the Public, that lie has for
fale, by Wholefale and Retail, at the fame prices
as at the Ma1ufaiory nCOTTON-ARlN of eve-
ry delecip'tdioi, vi'.-z-Sigle for Ia-ping tl't Fil-
ling, two alid three threaded, bleachlid ani ion-
bleached, filitable for Knitting and "Weaving.-
Ali, COTTON WA7CKTCING of the beft quality.
"b Being foie owners of the new. and ekx
tenfive Mills at Reb,'ch, (Mail.) and concerned in
so others, their Yariin, will on experience, be found
to be all of one quality, and equal, if not -fuperior
to any nianiufatiireed ort thle continent. Or-
ders to any eitcnt, will be carefully aind pruncual-
ly attended to, by applying as above
No,.tA-Pro'vidc,~'e, June .a, 1803. [J 28.]
R 70nov/l.
TAILOR AnD HABIT .il:.j,,-"
tAS fiemoved from No. 77, State-Strea,
to hris New Shop in -i -'5 '. near State-'
"Street-sV iere lihe carried In: ,,,'r .-i ufual.
He ret''n-rs his l i'l. to his Cull.-'.nir- for
their paft favours and folicits theis continuance.
He flattens himfdlf he fthll give general
fatisfiadion to all who -ill favout.him wit_ their
toimmandt, .
An affortmrent of O'ODS--(chieffy of:
the haterI importatibais)'--nvid.;. ?+
Superfine black, blde; black grey, drab arid
othir ai r,.l Ei4.\DCLO' ';t i'--,,i.d. n do.
---(2 i\ t...' RE <-- ,1. :-..i ,t -1-. c,.,,r.-.l *;o AT-
INGS--black VEIVET-Striped .,'iir.--t'i. i
CORDS-Toilinett & Swa:inof-d n .\' li: ". .., j.-
INGS-do. Velvet, very hlandft'ne imre '. andil of-
"un ef,:.-ll'nt ,iniriv ,' .
t1' i1ils.'b' Ai tlbcack..
7sful pbllfaid, .a.i for fde at thi lool-ere of JOtNJ
I'EST, No. 75, Cn!il-l, r
F7r HE FarImers' Alinanack, for

Price 9 dollars g-. I eits dpzen,and 1 4
cents tingle. .
N. B: Boakfellers /s.8' .e Jai.pl;eJ id-C etts b
the thoutandnd nd hfsandnr.il l. I O. 0aS; .

Afi fr faleby J. IST. FeiKTr, t the .Bil/e iJi ." 't, '
Cirnhill, ..
ST', OV genuine ALMANAC
\ ,.r it Le ,- r I' .', ;n, r'i T'he Eclipf ,"
o r,,l I .ir- r,: the" Sun sand Muon, time of

PH :. .' .2r. ,I-.l,.:nie t of the W eatf.r, an ,ipl'e-
'I. i. I r l .- ._'. iirtis, Federal aI sd Siale 0 Courts
in ti l'ivir NeN 1'.=. I Slates, R it Ls <',t 'bia ,)
.to: ey 'lab'ist a i '* tfim mipe it 'ret il tdoltls.
,t. an ,i r't ila' togerier with a variety of other lifat [
t f. i ,ir. i Entertaining. ./f a SHIEETAL
T i.' i.'r, W-ith LOW' Caiculatioons; MiW I
ichau.ir, "t a.7eafnan, &c. will lind it to be the mno
cnvcnint tr to their Cormptin Hloufco8, Shops,
&,' prh-e t" Cent' iingle. Bookfel "' ;"'- is
bhLet a- ,st d'it'. t. ;:. 14.

im. ee,.jun. matter--wi.l fail by
.. *. i~a t tie th in i. from Balib, Kemnsaed.
F,.. for Paffage,-.. ;.h. t-il l-,: ia ery
r:L'.'i.U-,i t.-r n' apply to 0l-e .1 i i a.tr, at
.'..'corneer of .!. ..'. or at No. ",
-i .-. l, 1ThV Ship .... .sl.t accolmmo-
..iN. Nov. 4.
F .r L L" ,",' ',
-.. THE'. TWO-POLLY's,
Ror'irtT MciLA'n utLEN, after, an
S '" x .. ^ ce I!.., ,::,.. I., .... I -ler ; w ill
'y s failr in i..3 ... h, s'. great
11.,' v.i' i. .ri- r t nt e .I r' gh t if th
remainder, 'or I't ii-, apply to
.17... 4. JACKSON & 'CARTER.

THL ; G.K. (ae-
.I II 1 r,) R o5 'V i ':"
will fail ... Ii ..n-
-' -'. ... i...-L d. .ForFreight or Paf-
fage havingg good accommodations) pleafe apply
to the Captain o n board, at .' .'. '" to
MOR'SE. 'o. 6, Doc-
A 'freui itl._,, .i.... it iif D ,- .d.. M edici'nrets,
,Dye Stufli, paints, Sh( t, :'.:i and bar Lead,
CC,"'.., ... -,,' El:i ..,i'..l "i.i, iron Slia vels' and
S .ul,.I, or p., ..t Cahoofes, of all fizes,
Iron Hoops, Engliflh o ant abdl d Nails, Glue,
Pipe,, Dowden's Porter of tht beftf quality, a few
calks green Copperas, &c. '0a. O 8.
THE fait failing 'fcholon'er
1a,,t...Coto, ,,il,,be
S .'./ ON, Capt. Lincolwilbe
di 'ihcd in a few days. For
SIt or P'a', to
-. : .. DAVID GR'ILNE & SON.
TON, S- EPHEN D). 'ruRNitiR, maf-
i ",..' ter, will fail foon, has elegant ac-
-. t'.. 4''- commmodations for Paffengers.--
Ic.r I or Paffage, apply to
... 4 '-i'-N & CARTER.
F6 _r'[\. ,',:'RIA,
1--t- --. TH id ,.. POLLY, Jos1i-
U BANGS, maIr; to fail on
Tharflday, the aoth lii'fant, weath-
..'.- -' -- r ,;i '. S n hnow lays on
the 'lorth fid er i i. r ..I-.. For Freight or
P.l'i,,, .i..'/ to'JAco EousTis. Nov, 4.
,.4'j The fch. APHIA, ABIJAHs
LucE, after, will fail in 8 days.
For Freight or Paffage, having
,ags' Good accommodations,apply to the
matter on board, lying. uppoite No. 8, Long-
Wharf, or to JOSIAH BACON,
No. 7, Centraal-Wharf.
o0 .,rs for S'de, a, board faid .ve.fjl,
ibo bbls. frefh Rye Flour, and a few bblb.
belr Superfine and Fine Flour. Nov. 4.
nelias Weeks, Mafter, now ready to
receive a cargo. For Freight or
Paffage, apply to LrtaMEL PorE, jr.
No..S, North fide Town Dock. Nov. 4.
blirthen 141 tons, z years old,
well built and falls well, may be
eint to ifc ata finally expense. Fb
terms apply to JOSEPH & ISAAC PERKINS,
No. 9, Green's-Warf, Who have for fie,
A quantity excellent Ship BREAD. Nov. 4.
THE fchooner VENUS, 25
tons burthen-(lying back of N0o,
'iI '47, Long-gf'harf )'-For terms, aind
'.'-. further particulars apply to
Nov. 4-. o., 40, State-Street.
but "' toni hnrtrlic, if applied
,.'3_;J.,, -ir .n r.'.l. i,, .r .- ,t.kC Frei lht
t'. ,' -. ,. i .. ..I. .. the t M af-
I. .:r. l..,-.d., it /L Al"'s r 1",. Li R, PAY-
SON & CO. Nov. x.
0 THE Britifh Brig SUSAN-
-A' NAH, 153 tons burthen, with
SIafts, fpars, fails, &c. complete.
'The Inventory may be feen, and
the-terms -knowr. bv applying to .the Mafteci on
boara, at lHa ock's-lVarf, or to bAVID GREENE
& SON, Gre.,,.-'s Ibatf NAov. I.
4 ,.- THE 'iit-i'iliirg floop LE-
.4" -. ONIDAS, burthen 76 tons, one
year old, well built, well found,
.'.. and can be put to fea at a mall
i.ply to JOSEPH & ISAAC PER-
KINM, No. 9, Greenes-Wihaf. Nrov. 4.
Wants FrREIGHT, tb .- .. ,. t.';.-.',.
-?, THE brfg illi;Ei'NINA,
Scapr. ,,:.- licence to car-
t :' "':..- ,, -.. .. take 4 or 5oo
.'.. bbls. Ap yIv to THOMAS C.
.U','iR, LO. No. 36, Log ',Vbarf. Nov..
For FREIG."I .- r ',!i [-il. A.
.pk A VESSEL, frcm to00 t
,.- I.so tons, to take a Cargo of Fill
to Europe. Ap-pIlto THOMAS
4.E- 1 a C. AMORY & CO. No. 36, Log-
No SAL,, -- .,
]B'y Joitdli;min Davis,
.CTI :'oix antd Tortola Rom,
'2J 'b4"hhds. and a few bbls. St. Croix Sugar,
Barrelona Brandy, -
Runlia Iron,
Ruffia Ditck and le:,rs .:,
A quantity of Pork,
I5 tons of Whale Oil,entitled to debenture,
Warranted Anchors of all fizes.
JL'i'eif.,for Sal,,
,. THE Ships SALLY, bur-
Theni a25 tons, a tem'arkable well
built and fal-faihing ve/el, only
...... 8 nmionthis old: Nov. I.

Teasr, Sugars and Oil.
JOSIAHI B'~RADI.EE,N,.. ., v,"wharf,
Shas juift t,.-.. d '...r ..l.,k-,
'57 whole 5
/'o half Chefts B.'hea TEAS,
a.5 qnsa'tfer .
330 bags s.a5,-.,. :'.. :.r;,
I5 tonsWiA,-,i OCi.
44 cafks wilter-prened Spair 6il,; fo'r LasIps
SOn ia/sea,
0o hbils. F.'.": I I ,ui,'

10 pipes 4th proof Ftench.Brandy;
so boxes Brown Soap,
5s bolts Riflia Duck,
12 bales India Cottons, various qualities
bores of Ohine Silks, bales,oftUmbrellae.

At No. ii, Hancock's Wharff
',--HIR TY pipes Tigh 4t'h proof Barcelona
'l Brandly-.few cafks red Wine, of an excel-
lent quality. 'O- 28.

DIX & ii ,
r FF' r *.. .:r ii' at !.,r ,st rL N..'. I'-.uih '.de
o il MiN h5r,a l..r ',: ad siall lupll of DRUGS
L.nt t iCtiL ,, I:; i_1 or .qpr.ved Credit,
Among -which are tie following Articles,
LBS. Las.,
Quickfilier oc1000 -- Myrrh 5900
Arnatto 50oo Opium Turk. 600o
Juniper Berries "15300 -- lic5i..th 4000
Borax 400 -- Thus 1500
Bal. Gapivi 3o0 Eflence Lemon 6o00
Cream Tarter 1Sco -- -Burgamot 5oo
Cochindai soo Icthocolla 30o
Saffronn. Jo Muok I
Orange 'Pe-al scoo Rad Circum 800oo
Jefuits Bark 1000 -- 1 quar.1. o3000
Senan Leaves .0oo -- Rhubarb 2000
Nutgalls .560 -:1. Ntur rfie.-i ooo
t_,r,i 'it.. "'5oo Annifeed 00oo
-- Armonif wobo KV;',tri.,- 5ooo
- Arabic P :- I'rll .1, Blue 300
Afafactid'a oo Cloves 8eo
S Camnphor 25 Caffia 300
refined "5 Nutmegs Prime 250

'--- Do. Crude 40co Oil Caftor 400 bottles
- Gallanum i .50o -- Olives 15 cafks.
---Guaic'um. c c Nov. i.
lii/I, Di'.,1 and .11:'i.;!:%f.

JUST receivedby the Gal, aoid itt a few da.s
Swill be ready for Sale, by TERENCE WAKE-
hbELD, at his Shop, cotrer of the 1'.Irth-Square, a
general affortment of D)RtUGS and MEDIUCINEV',
among which are the following Pafait Articles, '
Anderfonsi, H~roper's, and Ltb'kyer's Pills,
genuine Jefuits Drops, Milk Rofe, 'Lord's Cori
Salve, Pectoral and Coltsfoot Lozenges, Chinag's
highly approved Worthi Lozenges, Balfa'mt of Ho-l
ney, Effence Mullard, for the rhe'ufifatifm; Dallbo's
Carminative, &c, &c. ALSO,
Ptingesp't Smelidig Bottles,; co6wn "anl
country La;s:.:u i'...-k-t ifiirt,, or.,n gold and.Gil-
.ver eaf, a iil.: s I .:.i[i,.'it CI l 'ooth Bruflends
and Tooth Powvder, Waftl Balls arid Windfut'rSoap,
ftamrped London Cofirt Plaiter.
All the ablive, with a general affo'tri'ent of the
Staple Articles,.w. 11 Lt. fold' o as good terms as at
any Store in Bofton. ,
. Perbnal attendane cvnfljn.ly g oeN, and td. fta/W
favor ttiankji/l/y a',dso'utcdg'Sd. tf. '0t. 4

Israel t .1I1i Il1, l.
No. 3., Lon-Whatf, l Has for Sale,
FIVE hundred qluintals Cod-Fillh 39 tier-
ces Salmon ; oo.bbls. ditto ;-is boxes Ha-
vantia white Suogar; 300 bbls. Beef; 100oo bbls. Bone
Mi'ddlisng, Pork s to hhds. Jamaica Sugar; few
hhds Rum, few pipes Gin, and 5o bbls. Rye
Floutr. Nov. X.
C ARGO of Sioop Ai.o, afloat, for fale;
by HUNT (to BULL, 46, Lorg-Wiarf,.
SWho have amfo for fale-i50o barrels No. i,
No. z, and Mefs Beef. Nov. I.

Sligar (." Ifolasse.
1-'iRTY-'ix Hhlids. Sugar atd 25' hid
retailing Molaffes, now landing, and for fale,
by WM. JE'WETT, No.43, Long-Wharf.
Aov. I.
Pimehith htitid to dcbent e..
.EVENTY-five bags ofPlMENTO ian-
a ding froni-the fch, Hermon, and for fale, at
No. 14, Godman'is'lvarf.
Nov. I.
(O NE hundred bbls. Northern Whale Oil,
fronm'the Streights of Ilifle ; 30 do. Fifl
Oil; xSoo lb. long Whale BIine. lniquire of
ABRAHAM 1V ILD, No. 18, Ann-Strret, .
or on board feh. HElO, oppofite No; z8, north-fide
, I_ .7 ", _r .- : .

A7. 49, tr .-, rri for .ale4,
T'EN I '-li.e lil'. and 5o bags Coffee,
13 hhds. fbipping Sugars, 120 tierces Salmon,
.5 bbs. do. bs. do. ils. Mackerel, 2oo do. Alewives,
30 do. Oil, io bags Cottib, 4 cifes Ge'inan Goods,
and .a boxes Toys. Nov. I.
Cocoa and SigdfA.
FOR SALE-z5,oo lbs'. Srtinam 'Co-
cod ; o hhds. and 1x3 bbli do. Sugar..-Enti-
tled to debenture on exportation,.-For terms; ap-
ply to J. LORD, or A. DUNHAM, No. 8, Greenc's-
Wharf Nov..
Edward Blanchard,
At Store No. ,;. *'Vharf, Has foi Sale,
FIFTY-eight 100 pieces ellow' Ninkins i
Bohea Tea in whole, half and quarter thefts
Hyfon and Souchong do. The above are the lately
imnpprtation from Canton, and are entitled to draw-
back. Alfe-IS ppncheons of Tobago Rum,. 35
hogfheads of tailiig Molaffes, 30 barrels Bo e
Midlings of Pfrk, and 60 hogflheads of New-Eng-
land Rum. %. 8.
Payson & Holbrook,
0a tbe T. Have for Sale,
bOUR ioo hhlids. coarfe Uiverpool Salt,affoat;
600 quintals merchantible Cod-Fifli ; 1oo do.
"TableFifli ; 400 do. Jamaicil do ; -fine and fuper-
fine Flour; 40 barrels ;.nc&re.l ; Salmon in tier-
ces, bbls. and kegi; MIl.-, '-. I & a Beef; clear
and bone midlifgs Pork; 0oo kegr Tongues and
Shbunds, &c. 0. a.
Joseph Locke,
No. 7, N., Spear'i-Wharf, Has for it,,
T]WO thousand bufhels' Delaware Corn, .a
Slot, i o bbli. new 'fiperr;,.: Flour; 500

qts. (cale Aitl ; 806 qts. W. I. market,do.; pipe
asidl. d. Stavees. O 1. t8.
HIen' y )evlurst,
Hasft file at tIe Head of Hancork'.-Wiarf,
V IGHTY chaldron Virgi'nia Coal.-- Li-.:
wt ,'y--a few ehaldron of Liverpool Coals, fui-
table for grates, which will be delivered this day.
Alfo, on board fch. AAmelia, layirif South-
tide Lonw-Wharf oppofite Nla. 68, aboitr 70 Chal-
dron Virginia Coal, afloat. Oc1.28.
i K, tli,, jll, i li \( .n'-d,
No. A Long-Wharf, .7.. '. i a d forfate,
200 bbls. fiperffne i'v.. '.. "-r;
few kegs Tobacco, fuperior quality;
4,400 ps. NankisT, it chop, entitled to debntiture;
Hhds; W. 1, rhulh-d6. Stigars-pipes Gin, and
b.... h. .I lii.. O't. a8.
Thomas .C. Anory -and Co.
Ao. 36, L- z Vzarf, Have forale, .
F OUR hundred and'f*nty tierees Pickled
Salmon, 1500 quints. Merchantable Co'd Fiflh,
fliperfine Flour, Madeira Wine, Cinnamon, Cur-
rants, Pepper, Siugar, feet Oil, Sulphur, Ca:ftile
Soap, Broadcloths, .-A. nMil'.i...'n, Caflimnres and
S:;.'. Paper. Nov. I.
Ruin, Sugar, Molaffes. '
TIHE Cargo of fels. Rlbec.-i, fiani Mar.
L tiniqne, coitfiaing of R'rm, Sunar and MolWf-
fes, of a quality fditable for r'r ,iIr., for fale, at
Nov. r. 1/,r. 6, Lonmg- Whiaf
Afa Hainmonud
as for Sale,
O NE thodfanid Spanifi Ox 1I1 DES; novw
nonat. C i. ag.
"AAH and the .'c'..'0 F ;repaid for BAR.EY,
h' by .*'L.I I V.: DUNLA1' & SONS,
at their Brewer)y, W \ bofton. 00-. 25.

M AY .be had Ii the firft quality, by aP-
plying toT1HOM2AS CAPtN, No. 34, Unio-
Streei, at which place imay be. obtained, a general
affortment of INDIA and EUJROPEAN GOODS,
on the loweft terniis, either f.ir r-Tdy n,utsey or ap-
prdoed credit. MNov. i.

Beij. .11, John0 H hoirne,
No. 4, .'ILbr-.:;TRiEf T,
_TAVE received by the Vtfarrington, their fiptply
ti 6of FALL' GOODS-vis: ,
Coatings, Prizes, Challoons, Dnrarits,
Bearliins, Beaveri, Taboi'ecns, Burdies',
Kerfeys, Plains, Rufel, Calamnancoes',
Serges, Caffimetes, Cloak Camnblets,Florentines,3
Bro:tdcloths,Baize, Hofliry and Gloveg,'
Flm'hnels; Cuflery and Buttons '
7-4,t-4, 9-4 10-.4, 1-4 Silks aiod Twifts,
Rofe IBlankets, Linen, Checksx'
Colourc'd Satina, Modes, &c.
'the above C'oid will bt offered i# fuch prices',
5is to be worthy, Ihe attention of pirrcSafeis.
N. B. A Premiuri ..given tor Silver
collars. Nov. X.

Ckfleunder & Jenkinn;
1 AVE jilft received, and have for. Sale,
at No. 4, State Street, an affortment of fine
GOODS, fuitable frt the feafon, confifting of
Extra fuperfine Broadcloths of all colors ;
a ." :,' ,r;.t:, l'uperame doubl'rfmilled and plain,
( .-....... int,, Coatings all colLfts'; black filk
Florentines, plaid arid tiriped ; Cotton Velvets,
'lain and ftriptj a large affortment of fafliioiable
gilt and plated Buttons, fuperior'in quality to
what is generally imported, fome of which are
tfuitable for Ladies' Habits and fo6 Childreh'i
Clokes. A/ou, Lappet Buttons of all colors.
.oflon, Novw t. 9 w.

JUST received pr, ftip Warrington, and
now oC. ';i,; .i l.- q'..re in the N. W. Chani-
her of the ,ihi t '-H .-ulc,
A great Visaiety of Calicoes, very cheap,
f6r Cath orapproved Credit. O1. *'s;

cily aiil5v- lght,
H" AS received by the Wdrringtt,, an additional
aflortment 6f GOODS,
V-izs-Black and olive Velvets and Cards,
arncy colored Cambrics, Chambray Mullin, black
arid wvhitte Edgings and Laces, men's and -boy's
Ditch Gloves, ladies', black and colored cotton
Gloves and Mitts; do. black and white cotton
Hofc, men's black sand colored worRted do-. boy's
colored do. clilAdrtn's feirlet Socks, Pins in ban-
dli-, and pound ; Metal veft and coat i.,ns,:, ,
failiionable plain and fancy gilt and plated But-
tons, which are now opening and for fale at
97. 2;. No. 69, *SRniLL.

SEbcx Preble,
No. s ., f *.1'e-w,,arf, /,, a w lar.:;ig andf,'faiE,
17 cafkis Caraccas C OCOA ;
26 ihhds and 9 bbls.-Trinidadl SUGAR-and
20o hhds. retailing 'MOLASSES.
-ALSo voR SALE A .AS Aov--
52 hbds. and 60 b.sgs Berbice CDOFFEE. O& 5.-
\ "' .', hR uinSi gar, cS.
FIFTY li.-.,h..- .]- os.I c il ad M a!T- ,
S 50 hogfl-c ..I 'l t C r.., ', .n r
7o bhi 'filJd ulf ,h ...I lil ..':i SL ',r r.;. Rusm ;
Bohea and -..' l.,.I, .'f. I, .Iulj Duck. /..:. 1..r
Sale by RALPH HA'.iN, K a ..4. '1... L..'. -
"WuA',. O&. a5.
Plt ;ll.. 10P;ll A'J lll-,-
W ANTED-A few tons P",. ,,,d i Irl Ah1,
for which Cafl will k. "id hli,. ..i f
SETH WRIGHT, No. 4, Cornhill.
Bplenr,0ad. 25; 1803.
Apple Brandy. ,
EN pipes Apple Brandy, 'of the, fiut
S quality, fuitable for the fouthern market,.and
is fisperior to any other fpirit for the preferv4iibio
of Cider. -ALSO- -
Trinidad Sugars-Turkey Carpets, .for
private fale, at T. CLARKs Audion Store, Kil-
by-ftreet. Ot. 1l8.
N. B. Gentlemen a~ifibng for fmall quantities of ite
Apple Brandy, may befitpplied at the above Store.
Stoves and ,Funnels.

F OR SALE, at No. 41, State.
Street, 4 STOVES and FUNNELS, suitable,
for Mceeting-Houfes, School-Houfes or Stores,
wvhich will be fold at reduced prices. Alfo,
'Sheathing Paper ; Spike, Deck.Nail and
Nail Rods ; and Spikes and Nails of all kinds, as
uoflal 6w. Oa. 4.
Nathaniel Vntiolline,
'tT'AVING received an additional .itrritmert to
JI his former, offers it for fale, at his
New China, Crockery, Glafrand Japan Ware'
,': C RE-No. z, VES r-Row, Cazabriihe-Street,
W holefale ald retail, for, calh or credit,4, 8, and-
t2 months.
,-- hhds. SUGARS, and so hhds.
'. I I.iM,,ilttJ to debenture, at 6o0. or 9o
days'. 6w. O.1. sI.
Gub-P'owder and Shot.,
6 r S' le, by SAMUEL HASTINGS,
S. (Vo. 74, ,'' -.sI ..I- s ,-Er .'-
ST cpare; rnufqhet, and fine Dutch
Towyer-"roof, tower, coarfe, and fine Englifli
glazed, B '.it-..:.rt. l-'I ,'I. ibd Philadelphia GUN-
POWDER, in '.: I'. I., hI-F, and quarter calks, on
reasonable terms. Alf-
30 calks afifoitc'd 'Pateht Shot ; refined Salt Pe-
tre.and Flints.
N. B. Delivered st dAi part of the town gratis.
O. Iosbcr ax. [1. f.]
Saimuel Bradlee,
.'. ;, Court-Street,
SAS received by the Packet, War-
I inagon, and Two vo Pllie, ftom iverpool, -
A general Afforttmen't bf HARD
WARE GOODS, confiting of Curtlery, Ironmon-
gery, Brafs,JipTinioi inWd Pevter Wares.
ALSO, l ,1. ,(1-..:. tiron anl Brafs
U ire, Nails, Brads and Tacks, beft wliite chapel
Needles, &c., with a variety of other Ariicles,
which he offers for Sale, on the beft terms.
October 2.
1 t.>,: r, J .,, .l i '11, s '.Hit' ,y<

CORNHILL, Informs his Cuflomers, That
the late arrivals from Europe, liaye rplenifhed his
Stock bf JDru ;,,,, S ,. lil ,.un,.ii- '-.l, Fur-
ihiture, Dy iii., .ic. iIul it..M' ..r 1. Ien lu~ .
plied at a rlodcr ie adv nee.' .. i. ti ,.- approved
Credit. O -. ;..,

Hard I are:
~. No. xo, DOCK-SQUARE,
H1AS received a large and general. affort-
Sment ns Hard Wate, which he offers fbr
fale on liberal terms.
A few handfome *wie Fenders ars 'included in
the above. .(6.w.) O&. 4.
India Cottons... ,
FINE India COTTONS; fiitable for
flirting, for Sale by JOHN FOX, No. 6o,
CoRNHt.LL.--Alo, a few pieces RutfIa Shectings,
Aid brown Linens. N.v. *r.

A SMALL FARM, confifting of 26
Acres of mowing, tillage, paftutage and
woodland, well watered, on which is a good. Dwel-
ling-Houfe, Barn, and Blackfm'ith's Shop, fituated
iii the town of Rutlasd, in the Couinty of T ".
two miles arid an half fourth of the ,. rnr,-:-. ..i..
For termm, apply .to MARK HEARan.on the
Premifes. .tand, OC. 24,' ,

A Wet Nurfe.
WTAANT3 a Place, in a family as a i
Nurfe, married WVi.r.sn, i,:. can be well
recommended. 'Tiiquire of tihe printers. Nov. r.
ly Jo ourneyman Shoe Maler.
A A'N v.ho has served a regular ap-pcen.,
dticefhip to the manufadtoring. of-Iadiei
Silk, Kid, and Morocco Shoes, and who is a Maf-
ter workman, may fnd fleady ir,.i ..,.i.ei by
applying at No. 1id6, Orange-Stre( r, Y ..-t.ni.Th
requifites in his ehara&ter afte Tem.perance, In-
duofry and f .....i, -S-i.:h a Man will he tene.
roufly, and pui-'tisillYt cornpnfted for his; f erv
ces. Oct. a8th, 18o0.-.
( .: / y '" *
M R. TUR-.L I. r.fpeafully invites the P:bhli
haps a greater collection of the iorks of Nat1r-.
and Art is not in the United StatesC, Mr. PEA L..'s
exeepted.-t now confills of between five and fey
en thonfand differentrarticle-s Frb., r;

San uel Li, C.'a.er,
:. 6, court-Stree, a fr
A C GENERAL :ffo:tment of Y2C KS
S 'L :.J R.- t a l ARY, lately imported from
Loidcn--AMO-NoG waeC AES,
Bacon's A\br:dgm.:nt, Gilbert's Reports,
H.1- Bclli-,', Jdo. ,ke on Lyttiton, OUibert's
L"; ct E i. .i.:.':, hawkins' Pieas of the C(rwu,
tale's do. D;g C.:.i Index to Chancery ReiL,)ts,
Sajer'- Lav; ,.i Cr l, Black's Chemiltry, J aln-
I ..:I, ?.I:hool of .Medicine, Bryce on Cow 'Vo'-
.. 'I...on d.'. l. lii. td,'Lt.k ..u ti Study of li'. *
h i :"' G_..:.r.?c -J., ( III..r I Anatom y, L,... 5
I .c .f Eucl.. '. >,:guo-'s Hlft. f Frederic Willinam,
:.J, Br.: u-h-,' C..l..:.; ,d l'.olic,. 'l.ine on the:
S -l 1 Art, i f-i h, LI ) ', W,.rkI-.:, Dallas i6
r i-"I.P u I- J. i-,.,tl,, ': i iI..o CI i i Ir.,cli, E ton 's
:.r i. i i rki,, E l,- L ttir'., t_-.ILorne's Duu
,.: t i ,,i-, ., '.. r l. he ls lltunl I-,an i..
"M Lidakt I 1 ti. r _-.. _r0 .t. i h,-..i ,C.
.* ',...!, .. ::, i ,< ;. t ;,,d r -' 1 ,. i r .1 .lI; ",. '.
\ ..-,el'-i .l N ai,...i :, -..ul .si> R fi iftor. .. [l.. I ..
'A .iLo; i.il.. -,\.: '.. rae, oHurnemnin's duO
Oi,. '. .1... i ,d... LirL J%. Sosn-n i's do,
L iLo ." ... '. J.... N'iLuhr'A do. Biritilh ChfR.
I',.. -. ... I.. Lal,s's Hift. of the lM a-
'r,. ,;Ei ..jat : ,, .i Robertfin, tdo of Iied,
C' .rr t,f I r.-I. r. tV'Ii's 'Sketchcs, Cbittcr-
l'6 'r:., 'i I.- % tiL'.1 cal M,'orks, MaviR Vu
Caftle of the .'h1ilii-.

-;r. kr' rt. n'. G e.- ..". '. [ l >;'tn lagc .''ir .. ...
rt'. l r e, '*..d. r. i' l le', In l 'lli,.. ,.
S, .r: .'.le : -iHur. "' ul .Vilhe li 's DOineii4:i
,,n: i.' dJ.a. lE Euic'- i)'.''.l, I.: Educatiou, Hi)lt-
i..n .:, H.,r.pn.,.-., r i 1 r.c. Poems, li lddelf.
l .l ... ,r, I.' t.r -~ollin's do. u nri '
.',. I i.i H,. .i-- ;it K'lfreali's Aiilro/ ."
.,, i .g L ri:. .- '- A i 'Ull: ; Joh bn'n : -
Lyttleton's Poeimii, l' ..c .. i! .. i
-L ,. r,. .E .t,-' RrP at ; ln.,.l.. ,] 1. .1 -

l it .. i, .n '. 1'%,1 N rr,, ", '. ,.

r a j~ l I t l n .. .r i h 1 1, p a l l'.-| 1 I ? .
Zollikofe'e s .. :. -',, i>' .. k.r'. J I. i I': I....... -
C l l I.tutl ., i l ,n : h t I .. 'I ..
1 ira i ? ',z ,I i, l ., ;i,,., I",..' .. ..
.1 .. n .

t :h I ...', M i .- de Genlis' N...; Ama
I., l \.' l .: E' e.ence I. . .. l .
graphical 'Diclionary, Johnf.:nr, .. .. ..r
Works, ,'. -'' Lowth on thie Seriptures,
Grave's -. nii. Du Broca'. ..i '. -.
Works, ThefpianDi1tionary, ,.,- Lct ,'. i' .
ace [.i.l,,, &c.Wivth a variety of New Nuve.s.

Letters adiJ.,.'t .1 t.- a Young Man on hiv.
firft entrance into Life. By Mrs. Wcy.
Litevenfejrjl fiitlHI''ed, ajindjfrJb.' lelas vc,
The Arts of Life, ift of Providing Food,
2d of Providing Clothing, 3d of Providing Sheltctr
described in a lnries of Letters, for the Inlfrueion
of young Petfons, By Dr. Aikin. Price 5o ccnts,
bound and lettered.
C t BooK-BInianG in its various Brandch
es, Account Books ruled to aiy pattern, and'
made at the ihorteft notice.
A CHAMBER to Let, fuitable for acii
Office.-Inquire as above. NAov. I
Eng/if, French and American
Paper .il .
J. WI. Ti.ACHER::::.::No. 3, South-Row,
A Large and :-.,.,,,,. .lk affortment of
Engflifh, French, and American PAPER
HANGINGS, of every defecription, with e', .,nt
-O'ilsti EiR, and ORNAMENTS of various kinds,
.. :. can be purcliafed in town, wholefaie'
SId ri ,il t. d
fLiNI II URP. C HIN I .FS, new figures;do.plamn
S LIt .'I l Ui DIMi I M If, variety : ,r.,, laced
,. ,nd plain.
D.x7i. A .;, crimnibn and green.-COUNTER.-
!'.INl F.;.
E.D1IICK1., En.hlih hifd Amnerican.
BLANKL r5. 8-4, 94, to0-4, 11-4, I1-4, fome
-. ,,ey fine.:
1 Kr ':iC..ILA i-. FS. MATRASSES.
BEDSI &c. &c. [6,.] OS. 25.

M HE Copatrtinelrhip between the
Subfcribers, inder the firm of BAZIN &
POIGNAND, 'Was by mutual cnfent diffolved
c-n tI. i5th inft.--Ail perfons having demands
poan the lfaid fira, are requefted tO brain their
accounts for fettle6, and thofe indebted, to
make payment toi JOHN BAZIN, who .i authorif
e~ therefore. .. JOHN BAZIN,
".ifon, 06. S, iZ8j. DAVID POIGNAND.
,JOHN BAZIN, continues bufineis
at No. 39, Cor hill,w.her/ l,'. f..i tir' pa
`1I lt lr- n,li of the late t], l .:. i..,.-
n.id H- I, for falhe,slig.ldll.. ..l i l ,
eral affbrtmen't of
Cutlery and .,hbr Hard'W rV e C-oid;,
Looking Glafles, 'C-:. &c. .-
Few packages brafs WVardioing-Pait,
do. Pewter Tea Puts,
):4. Pewter Plates and Diflies,
V'hl:iI hbong a Confignmeni he will fell low by
thes package.
N. B. The vidow of John Laurens,;
i' requeflid to r'-ll at the above place for a letter"
( ,. t oolr''1.. i.-..:e to her. Z0 24.
,W.Aft- -,v.. ..* ,, f Pt fSPree n-
NDREW DbiN; .-P P& SONS, in-.
-A form their Friends and the Public, Th at they
.have for Sale, at their Brewerie., Bottlad POR.-
1'ER, Strong anid T'able BE (nR, of the fir.f quali-
ty. Orders left at either of thi Breweries, Wcll-
Bolton, o s at Cellar, No. o, K.'ly-'Stret, will meet
at ention. '
S rains and Yeal, may he had at their Brewver.
ies every day in the week. Cafh fir Empty Bot-
tle'I -,. os O ,8. t