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Title: The independent chronicle
Uniform Title: Independent chronicle (Boston, Mass. 1801)
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams & Rhoades
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1801-1817
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microopaque by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 33, no. 2163 (Dec. 21, 1801)-v. 49, no. 3768 (May 29, 1817).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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TMlSflAY, N'OVrtMB rII0.

BOSTON, (1lassachusetts) Printed by ADAMS, RHOADES .& g. PUBLISHERS the LAWS of the UNITE STATES.
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Election Aproacs !
CC O? pi ? I iS


RBRPRSENTArTI'.irS to the '\th Congref/.
[E:calion on Monday neix, 5th November.]

MAiddlfrx Dlia..
Hon. JOS. B. VARNUM, Esq.
Norfol Diftrir.
Plymouth D'isrii.
B S io Ditria.
Afex South Difiria.
EjfxAx northh 1)flri9.
ForcefJler South Difria,
Woreer North Di lia.
BarJablere ifDriA.
Cimbtrtand Di4riS.
Lintoln Diffria.
SKennmdect DiflriR.
Berk/ire Diflrid.

To -the Coi'grestional Elerts isn Plyiouth DJh-
,-'4 e epul.licrn cirizcns of the Difried ofPlym.
'euth are fpecially requelted in their votes rvi the 1 0
Mvlonday of November next to infert the addition of
junior to the name of the Hon CHARLES TRNER,
Esq. the candidate of their feledlion. It is alfo very
desirable that a general attendance at the meetings
may be had, as it is abundantly evident that every
fecret and public effort is in operation to effe& tshe
e!edlion of the'federal candidate; to which the fed-
eralifts are flimulated from various caufes---particu-
larly their -defeat in the late contefted eledlion for
that difridt. Be aware then Republicans I give
4ae overwhelming majority for CHARLES TURaERa,
.imn. Esq.

Commonwealth of Massachtnsets.

Tot he Hon.Senate Houtfe ofRenrefentatives of
the Commonwealth of.Maffachufctts, in General
j.r ~,tfr d. June 1-810.
'r-'HF Subfcribers, Inhabitants of Townfiwp
A Number 'TIrree, in the fourth range horth of
the Waido Patent, comfinoay known by the name
pf IBlafdeltown, beg leave to reprefent, That their
numberss have increased to upwards of forty families;
.that they labour under all the many, and great in-
conveniences, which naturally arife, in confeqsuetce
of their unincorporated ltte:
They therefore pray, that the faid Townfhip
-with the lohabitauts thereon, may be incorporated
into 4 town, by the name of EXETER,awith all the
Privileges and Immunities, which other towns in'this
Commonweahlh enjoy. .
As-in dutv bound will. ever, pray.
JOSEPH ,OSGOGD, and 32 others.

Cornmonweitbh :of Massacbusetts.
.- .I.IN .t-TE, JUNE 11, 1810.
ION the Peti ion aforedaid, OtenRD rD, That
the Petitioners -caufe an.atteled Copy of their peti-
tion,with this order thereon, to he publified in the
Jiepefndent Chranide, .printed at Bof.lon, and in the
sGa.zetle of Maine, printedat uckflown, three we4s,.
fIucceffively, the laft publication to be thirty days,
Sat leall, before the second Wednefday of the next
-fe1iatoftbheprfenat General C'urt, that all perfons
interestedd ,may then appear, and fhew. caufe, (if any
: 415y have) why the of faidd petition i flould
anot ('be granted.
Sent.dIwn ifor eronrurrence,
,H. G..OTIS, Pre 'iesnt.
nh Se Hae i sof JRepre*ntatives, 7Juie 12th, 1810.
-Read and concurred, .
A true copy, Attefl,
N. COFFIN, Clerk of t'heSinate.
S'Notice. -
The follteoing extradi from the Laws, to regulate the
Streets of theTown of Boftln, are publifhcd for genera
information. I
N O person Ihallfit or.fapdinany carriage or Qn
any beat harneffedtlheret', in order to drive
the fame, unlefs he fliall have strongg reins or lines
fallened toT'-e bridles ofhis befts and'held in his
All carters and other perfons having the care of
any. waggon, cart, fled, truck or dtag. palling thro'
.theftreetsof this T-dwn, _hall drive their heat or
dieafts at a moderate foot pace, and liall not fuffer
them, to go in a gallop or trot.
And any driver who hall not hold reins in his
hands to guide his beafs, fall walk by the head of
the fihaft or wheel horfe,, holding, or within reach
of the bridle or halter offaid horfe; in order to guide
-asd refrain them.
,-No carriage of any kind, belonging to any inhab-
itarit of this town, to go or be driven through any
part of the brown, during any time that the ftow
11hill cover tfltreets. without having fame bell or
-bells fattened to the horfe or herfes drawing the
No-perfon hall drive any horfe or cart wheel car-
T'iage or whqel barrow .on the foot walk oft any
Sfireet. -
No perfon hall fuffer any goods, wares or mer-
S: chandizr to project into the freet, more than ooe
foot beyond the front of his houf or fhop.
No perfon fiall place or sile any empty boxes,
barrels, hugfheadeor other conveniences, which may
have contained goods or merchandise; in asy part
.of the fireets of the laid town ofBolton.
All the above laws have penaties annexed to them
for the breach or negled of their regulations, and as
the public safety and conve,.ience require they
f" iould be.firidly attended to it is the direaion of
the Seledcmen, that they fhculd be regularly and
'" generally enforced.
9, 25, 1810. : Superintendint. f Police.

Bridgwater Csll/elion of SacrW R. W. GERRY & Co. "
MUSICK V ro.3, Norlhf. CrtJfreel, 2 drs.fro Cornit,
THRD EDITION, ILPROVED A RE now opening for fale, fome of the mofl
TUST publifihed, pike I dl. single, and io0 elegant RIBBONSand SAUSNETS, that have
Jdols.per doz. and for fale, by THOMAS & AN- been imported this feafoa ; S trunks Sarfnets, every
DREWS, No 45,'ewbury-ftreet,and JOHN WEST colour; 900 ps Ribbon, of fuperior quality; con,-
& Co.No.75, Cornhill fiffing of damafk, plaid, plain, figured Satin Luftring
The ri w e *oledl o-and China Ribbons. Atso,
The Brigwatler Colleion of S-d WOOLEN GOODS,of almoA every quality.
rrcd M"fri, by BartSiloaew'Broewn, anad vtkrs-thi d O&t 25 (6w)
Edition, much improved. P
-0p This Collediton was the one which took the Peter Dickerman
lead in corredcing the public taflein Church Mufick, No. 43, Broad]?reet,
and the present editicu is adapted to the improved L AS received by the Sally-Ann, Ann and B6tfy,
late of that science in this part of the country.- tirom Liverpool, & Galen from London-his
Teachers, and others, who have the care of'provid- fitPply of
inig Boks for Schools and Societies, are requefled to -COTTON GOODS,,
examine this work and afford it fucli encouragement and by the Juno, from Liverpool, part of his fuipply
as they think it deferves. of

bhury-flrect,have alfo for fale, the following Singing which will be open in a few days; and daily experts
Books. fuitable for Schools and Societies, viz-Suff by te Jane. Superior and Gleaner, conlerable ad-
olk Colleclion of Church Mtlufick, compofed undor edition of WOOLENS, which n ill conmprife a general
the infpedtion of federal gentlemen in Bollonr ard 'affortment of BRITISH PIECE COODS. u.t 5i
the vicinity, and adapted to the preferit f-ate of
Clitirch Mulick.-Price 10 dols. doz. I dol flngle KnwleS 4 .H7Lui-, .
Worcefler Colledlion; eighth Edition-10 dois doz. O FFER for faie the remnaindcr of rl,.ir fall im-
I firngle; Village Harmony, 10th Editioni, 10 dols. '0 portation at reduced prices, and on a liberal
doz. I dol single. Alfo, forme of the 7th and $Fh cidit for approved fecurity-confifing of 3 cafes
Editions of the fame work, at reduced prices.-Un- luns' Threads, S of Adelphi do. 2 of Irifli Linens,
ion Harmony, by Holden, sd Edition, 8 dols doz, I of brown do, I of Cotton, I ofManchefler Shecks,
75 cents.fingle ; Rural Harmony, by Kimball; Har- I of Cotton Iuckabu-ck. I of Fancy Muliins, 5 of
monia Americania, by Holvirke; Filft Church Col- Prints, 4 ofPins, I of Rilatbos, I of Caflimeres.-
ledtion ; Beauties of Church Mitfick, by Cooper; Together with a general affortment ofopen'd Goods
Salem Colledcion, 2d Edition ; Modern Colledion ; among which are, a few pieces real Weft Countty
Village Compilation,by D. Bclknap, and Middlefex Cloths. & : 25
Colledtion,by the fame Author ;Harmonyof Maine, Drugs, \Medicines, &c.-
by Belcher; Northern Harmony,by Maxim ; Con- DR BR ILEY, Nic ) fines thcide old
tinental Harnmtonybv Billings ; Mafla fetts Com- f4EORGE BINLEY, No foijthide old
piler, by Gram, Holdecn and Holyoke ; Middlefex Market-Ule. has received s fual supply
Harmony, by Babcock ; Maffachufetts Colleaion of DRUGS and MEDICINES,
by E. Mann ; New-England Seledtion, by- J.Read ; from London, by the fUips George and New Galen,
Plain Pfalmcdy ; Charleflown Colledion ; Cole's and offers for fale a large and extensive affortment of
Mulick ; Boflon Colledlioa ; 1 aw's Mufick ; Wood's Drugs, M11fedi.'es Dy-Shin;, for Caifh or approved
Mufick, with.Anthems for Thanklgiving and other Credit. ALso-In Store-
publickoccafions, &c &c. 6w oI l 25 30 hhds flour Sulpher; 50odo ground Camwood ;
50 bb;s fpruce Yelloiw; SO do Spanifti Brown;
Valuable SCHOOL BOOKS, &c. 20 bales Senna Leaves; 15 cafes Aqua Fortis;

LdATELY ppublifhed, and for Sale, by ThoMAs
&., ANDREws, No. 45, New-bury-Strfet,
READING, in two PA-ts.
Vol. I. Intended for mall Children and be-
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with a variety of Leflons for Reading--Third~dition,
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A /O, The READER, containing rules for de-
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r- The above School Books, are all compiled
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each other in courfe, and to camprife an eafy and
fv~tmat, ~thclof teaeKWKand lie |unr.;ni the

Egltif language.-I'heyave met the approbation
of the School Committee, and many of the mofl re.
fpe6dable teachers in Botton, and are ufed in all the
-public, and many of the private Schools in Bofton,
Providence, Newport, &c. &c.-They are worthy
the attention of Preceptors, teachers and Scihool
Committees. -
f Alf, yufjl fusljied, by the fame Aut4er, and may ce
had as above, Pfr1ie 50,cirti retail and S dolls. per daz.
The SPSAKER: Containing a colledion of
pieces 'in profe and in -et fe, with a number of
Dialogues ; the whole suitable for reading and de-
larmation. a Fourtb Part of Alden's
Cojpmbian E.ercife, and to be ufcied with'or after,
his ..eader. '
O' The favorable reception by the public, and
byjtjudiiops teachers,of the t,wo Spellinag Books, and
the Reader,publjfhed byMr. Alde,has induced him.
to proceed one Rep further in preparing a course
of Books, that fthall -combine a complete and con-
fiftent fyftem of common school education.-Thsis
work, thIe speaker, completes thle fyflem Mr. Alden
originally contemplated (except an Englifi Grammar'
Which he is now arranging) and thife gentlemen
who -have approved, and'thole teachers who make
ufe of his other books, are rerfpedlfully reqientied .to
examine this, anid to encourage it, as far as they
deem ,it deferring. '
At the 'ame face may le had,
All the ScHOOL BOOxKS in general ufe, parti-
cularlyMorfe's Geography, for Schools & Academies
-Elements of Geography-Pike'sArithmetie; large,'
and abridged-Beauties of the Bille, Alexander's
Englifla Grammar--Bibles. Teflamonts, &c. &c.
Oda. 25. (6w)

Charles Metcalf,
R ESPECTFULLY informs the public, that he
has commenced bufinefs at No. 51, Corthill,
formerly occupied by Mr. Marfl all Wilder, where,
he offers for fale a general -.Torftme of BOOKS*
and STATIONARY.. 6w 0O61 25
French and Spanijh Languages.
F RANCIS SALES has commenced hi, eve-
ning infirudion in the Frech and SpaniJ Lan-
guages, and can flil accommodate a few more youths
who may wifh to become his pupils. Private tuition
in the day time, and tranflations from the faid lan-
guages, as alfo from the Italian and Portuguefe, atten-
ded to as ufual. For terms, apply to him at his
houfe, No. 2, in Chauncy Place, Summer-flrett.'
O 25. -
A. H. R AY,
PRESENTS her compliments to the Ladies
of Boflon and'its vicinity,and informs them fihe
has juit opened at her houfe corner of Water and
Battery March-fireets, oppofite Mr. HIunt's Drug
Warehouse, a general affortir.ent of ready made
MILLINERY, felecded from the latest faflfions from
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New-York-a few very
elegant ornaments for the head, and flowers of every
N. B. The.Mi'liner's bufinefs don in the neateft
manner, and Mourning made at the fhorteft notice.
O 25
Health Office,
BOSTON,. 0. 22, 1810.
nORDERED, That notice be given, that Samuel
A0 Winflow, refiding in Lynn-ftreet; fames Hutch-
infeon, in Soutl Ruffell-fireet; Caleb B. M1nroe, in
Love-lane; Levi Goodrich, in Warren-Pfreet; aobu,
F. Newton, Prince-fireet ; Elen.ier Cltnfin, Beach-
fIreet; and Patrici Schllev, water-ftreet, have been
appointed UNDERTAKERS of FUNERALS ; and
that no ether perfons are authorifed by law to un-
dertake Fu'ueratl. By Or;er ofthe Boat dof Health,

60 boxes 'panif rCigars ; 1uu000 lustter;
2000 lbs blue Vitrol; 20 crates afforded Phials.
So1 25 6
At Roxbury-Street Variety Store,
Sign of the Pad-Lock.
EJBENEZER FOX, has for fale-a general
affortmcnt, recently replenifh'd with well cho-
fen Goods, feleded from the latest arrivals, of Lut-
lery, Hard, Hollow, Crockery and, Glafs Ware-
School Books and Stationary. Also, as-Chamber-
lain's Bilious Cordial, Tinuture of Saffatfras, Dim
Eye-Water,green wound Salve, Vegetable Itch Oint-"
msent, &c.
And has juft received a general afliortment of Pa-
per Hanigings of the moll faflhionable figures, and as
great a variety of patterns as is kept at any flore in
Boton, from S0 cents to 2 dis 50 cts pr roll, with
the mofffafhlionable Borders.
The above will be fold as low as can be purchaf-
ed at any ftore in Bolton.
Conflant attendance, and the fmalleft favors ac-
knowledged. Sm _- 1g5

l etS, C. commerce, it appears to us that The might even
.No 10, Orange-Street, be reanited totally to abandon that practice be-
d' ERRY FAIRBANKS, cocers for fale-a fore the provisions of the ad of May laft could
very extenfive affortment otLadies' and Mif- be considered as complied with.
fes Beaver Bonnet., received by thi New Galen- But the federal prints.argue that GreatBritain
e never will yield the principle of blockade by
Ladies' full trim'd white B.eaver Bonnets ; proclamation, which they pronto unce to be a
do do do black do do;
do do do Hair brown d do; part of the old maritime law. They feem a-
do do do Hdrabrown d do; fraid left the ceaft meafute of juice should he
Ladie' dM es drab nd ha dobr;n do do d alt to the United States by Great Britain

of his own manufacture. -and really, in their zeal for her adherence to
Zite--a large affortment ofGentlemen's Pa- irjuftice, overlap the baIrrers of truth and
tent filk and fine Beaver Hats; Boimwn F'lory" trample fa&ti under foot with the greatest indif-
Hats ; fing, common and low prie'dHats cl his own ference. They have undertaken, truiting to
manufaC'4 e; Youth's and Childrmt's Hats of every the ignorance or fliort memories of their read- '
defeription ; Military and dref sdihapeaux deBras. ers, to flate that the U. States have never pro-
All of Which will be fold on liberalterms, atwhole- tefted against the principleof paper blockades.
fale or retail. 6w od 25 We affirm on the contrary that the U. States
Copartnerhihave ever ceafed to contend for the true defini-
Copartnerhip Formed. tion of blockade, the legitimacy of which was
SfOSHUA BEAN and SIMEON BEAN, ref- !in 1804 officially acknowledgeaI ly ifieBr Tifi
.* pedfully inform their friends and customers, government, and the violation of it declared t',
that they haveformeda connection inbufinefs, and be a grievance. And is this acknowledged
that in future their bufinefs will be coudluded grievance that which tlhe federal editors declare
the firm of .. Great Britain never will abandon ? Are her
J. & S. BEAN, own official aats, diiclaiming the principle,lcld
at No 4, Cornhill-fquare, Joy's Buildings-where of no account ? Or is the new fchoil of pub-
they have for fale;, jft received by hte arrivals, a lic law, one of whofe prominent features is a
large.and complete affortment of -total difi-egard of nl'atral rights, more to their
BR1TISH 'MANUFACTURED GOODS, -tafle ? Let them give general publicity to the
among which are the following, viz. official document which we published a week
Superfine, middling. and ed Gingliams, ago-let them apprize their readers that the
low pric'd. Broadcloths, Black and live Velvets, Britilb government in 18o4,through their min-
Milled andunmilled Caf- Thickfets, ifter Mr. Merry, has denied the legality cf any
uameres, all colours and Black Crapes, blockade, unlefs in refped to particular ports
qualities,. Modes andSatics, aually invefted, even in which cafe veffels
Imperial Cords, Checked filk Handkfs. bound to fitch ports ought not, they acknowl-
DewVaffiresgerfys, Black do edge, to be captured until previously earned
Dufis, Black and coloured k no to enter them; letthe people know that a
Hntes'Clots& Plains, Blck, white an buff violation of this plain principle was ackrnowl-
Pef.t.e Cloths, of- evry Jeans, w b edged to be a grievance of which the United
def ripon, o Cotto and filk Arm- States had a right to complain, This fitp-
Wie, bfrkp yellow, green lets, and filk Arm ple document, and it is but one off a boRtof

andredFlanrels, Peliffe Flantiels, tfubborn fads, feledted on account of. its pecu-
Milled and utimilled Bai- 8-4, 6-4 and 4-4 cotton. liar application, has put to rout all the forc-es
zes, Shawls, of tfiofe prints, which had as ufual arrayed
SRofe Blankets, Blue and brown Serg- themselves in opposition to American rights,
Prmted Bombazets, es, I and on the fide of European domination. They
Wildbores, Ladies' long and fhort have not,/with but one or two exceptions that
Ruflels, white and coloured kid we have feen, republiihed it, and it is probable
Durants, Gloves,' that they will not, and for the belt of reafons,
Duroys, Gentlemen's Leather that it fallifies the uniform.tenor of their affer-
Shalloons, Gloves, tions. It ought not here to pals unnoticed
Calimaricoes, Black and coloured Sew- that thefe editors n .uft wilfully have abetted
Fancy Velfings, ing Silks, itvjuflice and encouraged the infirmrents of it,
Gentlemen &. Ladies' filk, Cambrick and common for they could not but know of this decision of
cotton & worfred Hofe, Dimoties, the Britifli government in 1S04, which has been
Printed Cambrics, Cotton and linen Dia- fubfequently difregarded in practice.
Superfine &common Cal- pers, 'We apprehend that if it ball appear) when
licoes Damask Table Cloths, the official accounts hall be received, that the
Black, white and coloured Madras Hdkfs, ad of France is a bona fide tranfa6lion, accord-
Cambric., Cotton Balls and Sew- ing to our law Great Bri'a;n mult revoke her
Shirting Cottons, Linens ing, edids, under whatever name, violating our
and Linen Cambrics, Quality Bindings, neutral comnderee, or by the operation of thtr
Cambric and fancy Muf- Pins and Needles, law a comrerplaced, r by the operation ototfe
lines, otton Laces, law we are placed in a late of non-intcrcoure
Seeded do iik do, with t er.
Superfine and low price jrown Hollands, &c &c. There is little doubt but Great Britain will
Alf/, ju(l received, an Inv Iice of India Goods, revoke her or'e,-s in Council, iffiled fuibiequent
confifting of Commiercolly, Callipatty, Chittabilly to the French d. crees ; but that is not enough.
and fine Baftas, Johanna Coffas, Meergongy, and Every violation of neutral rights is not an or-
Mow Mamoodies, Mow Sannahs, and Checks-In dec in council. but it is not therefore the lefs a
particular, 4 bales of Paint Chintz, o a very inpe- violation. If by a pertit,,aciy in adhering to
riouir quality. her ifraadins of national law aid neutral
All the above Goeds wi'l be fold on the mon, fa- rights,tle is plcedii in a fate of non-interciurfe
vcurable terms, for cafli or approved credit, with lis, it .iill be ier own ?,&, deliberately
oa 25 If peftmjrned, :,blih ilh law otf the U. Sates before


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&iratry courts In the Wett-lndies and America.
I am, &c. ,
(Sigtred) EVEN NEPEAN.
Gtrge Hammond, iq.

British Robbery !

Case of thc Shooner Laura-Ann.
On the 15th of December, 1809, the Laura-Arts
failed from, the port of New-York, loaded with
cotton, bound to St. Sebaftans. Being difmafted in
a gale of wind, fhe put into Lilbon on. the 16th
January lati to refit.. When ready for fea thie Cap-
tain wis notified by Admiral BERzLEY, that all the
ports in Spain, from Guyon. to the Frenich coat,
Were, by an order in council of the 24th Februairy
laft, declared in'a late (if rigorous blockade. The
'Laura-Ann then proceeded for the port of Tonnin-
gen. On the entrance of the channel, and during
her paffage, ihe wa, frequently boarded, ftridly xx-
aminiedi-by the Brititi crullers, and suffered to'naft.
On the 24th April the'Laura-Ann arrived in the
Eyder, and on the 30th the reached Tonann-
The Commiffioners appointed by the King of
Denmnrtc to examine the papers of neutral fips,
having ordered the yeirel away, in confeqUlene of
having been in the port of iltben, the Laura-Ann
war forced to feek another port for the discharge
of her cargo. On the 15th of May fhe failed from
Tonningen for the port of Stralfund, in Swedifhl
Porneranria. On the 5th June, then in the Pal;ic,
fihe was brought too by the Britifh frigate Pyramus,
commanded by Capt. Dafliwood, in company with
federal other fhips of war. Capt. D. boarded the
Laura-Ann, himfelf, examined her papers, and not
finding a Britifl, licenfe demanded where it was ?-
Upon being informed that it was a paper which the
American government did not acknowledge, he re-
plied, don't you know you have no right to trade
With any foreign power without firl going into
England and paying your duties ? However, (ad-
ded he) as af&irs are in a good train between the
two governments, I may as well let you go." Capt.
Dafltwod then quitted the fchoonrr ; and had not
proceeded far before he hailed from his boat the
floop of war Prometheus, faying, -Iere is .ii A.
merican who has been to Lilbon, Tonningen, and
five or fix more places,and now wants to go to St.ral-
fund, and as many more. Take him to the M ino-
taur; tell Capt. Barrett I thiuk him a gocd pr-ize.
Damn him he ought to be fent in. Send him in."
The Pronict'cus feat her boat to the Laura-Ainn,
.and tock the Captain on board the Minotaue,. A.
br;at from the Minotaur was ftent to the Laura-. Aonv
Vwih a prize master and twenty men, and returned
with the fe.ond mate and ten men of the fchi 'ner
a en beard the Mi notaur. The captain of the I.aura
Ann was then fent back to the fchooner, and oa the.
day following the ptize tnifler received his inll u"c-
ticns to proceed for Lorddn for adjudication. 1dur-
ing the voyage the vctcl experiednceda very heavy
gale of wind ; and, from the ignorance and strufkil-
ful mao genmedll of the -r,7e master, was fto lianed
as to make nearly hve feet water in the holi. Ont
the Sth Junce tle I aura-Ann arrived at Bla':kwull,
(veffel and cargo in a moll deplorable late) and be-
ing libelled was tried on lihe 2e1 Auguni, before Sir
Will:anm Scott, who after a very fliort :flatement of
the carife rcflored the wihol prot ery, ordering,
however, the climr'ants to pay cofis,." Is flice fo re-
quiring :"- I lefe are the very words tf Sir Wil-
liam Sc. tt.
On laklng profffion of the veffel the captaia
called a furvey, vichl was appoii ted at Lloyd' a
Ct'ffite-Hcule. The furvey'(,r, reported that .the
fchcfrr:cr was ntucli flrairtd ; tlih :l.e fo esmanfl wa
fpit eg ,y that to '*crah 't.e d.maJgex ii' hiadI luf
ia's': it was n*c.tia, y t, dilcltargi (, (

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The.1following, well-digefted ohfervations
from I he National Ittelligeneer, on tife revoca-
tionof the Berlin and Milan Decre'es, and the
xt6,refpondence of Mr. Pinkney and the Mar-
quis Wellerley relative thereto, will command
the attentive consideration of every friend to
the true interetis of the United States. While
our National Gazette, and the Government
whole language it is fuippofed to fpeac, adhere
to thefe juft and honorable principles, they will
receive the firm and fleady support of every A
merican fieeman. 'the author of thefe obfer-
nations very juflly obferves, that, the simple
repealof the Orders will not of itfelf-be frfit.
cient. G. Britain mtlft ceafe to 6riolate outr neu-
tral cet pierce. Every proclamation blocka-
ding "grievance" muft, he removed, and the
illegal principle of impren1ment refined, before
G. B. Will have ceased to violate our neutral
commerce." If the continues anyof her viola-
tions after this abandomcnt by France, it will
become our indifpentable duty to refill her by
every means within our power.

F'omn the ta tonal w itllignce'r.

Aware of'the situation in which Great Brit-'
ain would be placed in relations to the Unhied
States by a revocation of the French Deciees,
and apprehenfive that the may be put too man-
ifefily in the wrong, attempts have been made
by the federal prints to produce an impreilion
that a bare repeal by breat Britain of her Or-
ders in Council would comprehend fuch a mod-
ification of her unlawful cdidts as weuld come
within the meaning of the adt of Coigref iof
May laft. A flight consideration will ftiew that
this imprefflon is founded in error. '
'I he ad of Congrcfs requ-res fuch revocation
or modification of their edidct by the belliger-
ents as that they fall ceafe to violate the neu-
tral commerce of the United States. If we
give credit to the letter of the Duke of Cadore,
as extracted from the Britifh papers, fuch a rev-
ocation by France will have taken place on the
flt November (this day) as is contemplated by
our ad. If in the fare manner the Britifh
government does not, within three months
thereafter, revoke its edidts violating the neu-
tral commerce of the United States, the non-
intercourfe ad will probably be revived as to
that nation. Will the revocaticrt of the Or-
der. in Conncil be fuch a modification of the
Britifh edicts as that they will eeafe to violate
the neutral commerce of the United States ?--
By no treans, we reply. The Britifh violations
of our neutral cocimerce have not been confin-
ed to her crd*rs in Council. To placeheron
fuch a footing in relation to our neutral com-
merce, as would authorife the Executive to if-
fie his proclamation declaring the fad of her
having fo modified her edids as that they, have
ceafed to violate the neutral commerce of the
United States, fhe muft revoke her blockading
proclamations, which fhe has herself declared to
be illegal; and as the impreflfent of our fea-
men is a violation of the maritime ,; rihr tf rth

he'r-a law irrevocable too, tecante it will have
been acted under in relation io one o;f the bhcl
ligeren.t, and ccuild nbt be repealed without'
fu.c. a breach or good faith As the Uni:edStatea
Will not be guilty of, Whatever example mall
have been fet by other nations

The following are the Documents alluded to a-
On recurring to the documents communicated to,
Congrefn on the 2Sd of December, 180z, we find
the following letter from Mr. Merry to 'Mr.
Madilon, explanatory of' the Britifh doctrine
on that topic. It embraces, we believe, the prin- cord.illy admitted by the United States,
beyond which they have never advanced any pre-
tentiSons, and contrary to which, it is hoped, Great
Britain will fst up no new tuie :
Washngton, April 12, 1804.
Stt-V&Tr. Thornton not having failed to trmnfmit
to his majefty's government ai account ,f the rep-
refentatiun which you werepleafed toaddrefaethimn
under date of the 27rh Otoher, !affrear, refpealintg
the blockade of il, il!andd of Martinique and Guad.
aloupe. it is ,uith 'rreat airisfalin, fir- th-rt I haisa
ju received, s ,.sjtfly's commands fignified to me
by his principal Stecretary of State for foreign al.titsa
under date of the 6th of January laft, to communi-.
care to yim the inffrudtions which have, in .confe-
quence of your representation, been fent to Commo-.
dore Hood, and to the judges of the vice-admiralty
courts in the V ift Indies.
I have. accordingly, the l nor to tranfinit to you,
fir, enclosed, the copyv of a letter from Sir Eveana
Nepean. fecreta.vy to the board of admirably, to Mr
Hammond, his majefy's under Secretary of Slate'
for foreign affairs, ii cif in: the nature of tLt in-
Itrudions which have been given.
His majcfly's government 'doubt not that the
promptritde which has been manifested in redressing
the GRIEVtcz omplained of ly th:. oinuame~i of the
United Statet, will be confidercd by the latter as an
additional evidence of hiF majeflty's conflant and 'fin-
cere desire to remove any ground of niifundertand-.
ing that could have a tendency to interrupt the har-
mony which fo happily fubfifts between this gov.
ernment and that of the United States. .
I have the honor to be, with high refpcd anda
roafideration, your moft obedient htimble fer-a't5
(Signed) .ANTH. MERRY.

Admiralty Office. 5th oa. 1 01.
S tA-Having comnmmicared to the Lords of the
Admiralty, Lord Fawketbiy's Let:ers of the 23d
ultimo, inclofing the copy of a difparch which his
Lordhlip had received from Mr I hornton, his maj-
efly's cilarge d'affairs in Amer;ca, on the fubjeft of
the hbockad r F the illands -f Martinique aud Guon-
daloupe, together with the report cf the advocate-
Therleupon I have their LordThips' commands to'
acquaint you for 'hiufi Lrdflip's formation, that
they. have lent orders to Commcdore Hoed, not ts'
consider any blockade of thoe islands als exiting, nfeis lit
re fpe to particular porti whicb may vhe ACTUALLv IN-
VESTE, and-then ot to eaflture v'eelss h und to sk
orts unless they shall .reviezudy ha-c Aeen -warned not to
enter iem,:and that they h've alfc fent the Deceffary-

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wieh was done. by this order. On fading tl
cargo it was found in fo damaged aflatai, by reaf
of r iefcawater-i' the veflel's hold, as'to sender
mot only unit to t.e re.flipped, but neccffary
Make immediate ofit fn the beft peflible term
in. order to prevent total lofs of the property.
ar'?., Ci l N.'w- ofSi,
<''"ac<.\' *fi;iains" feamn. depofeth iAd fayer
thai rtc the deponent failedon a veyale frtm New
York to grope asfe-ondnate n boardthe fct
S Lauft \nn. 'I hat the faid fch being difdafled p
iitraLifxi0 n to refit from whence the failed for To
tigen That on the ilth May the faid fchoon
was taken poffeion of by the Minotaur Britith thl
Of war, comma .dec by Captain John Barrst. Th
tbis deponent : gether with ten of the crew b
lqngin.g io the .L-iara ..nn were removed to tlie M
ibrtaur, wbcre ihey yvete detained fix days wito
prifoner's allowance. That on the I ;th day of Jun
the mafRer of arms z.plied to this deponeut and th
other men to enter into the Briltfli"eryice, to whi(
proposal they all reaufed their cuonent;-on which
they were told to be ready to go on floretheune
morning ai four o'clock. On the 12th of June tl
faid deprnent reprefented to the commanding of
cer, that neither hener his companions had had'ar
thing o eat that 4ay; that they had no'money t
buy provisions, and were inorant of the language
of the country. To which the officer replied, the
sifI either go on fhore then, or they would be kep
on board altogether. This deponent further fay
th. that he, together with the f(aid ten men, wet
lauded at a friall place called Carlfliam,. about
miles to the weflward of.Cartfcron; aind that the
remained there without any provifioni until 6 o'cl
that evening, when thebrig Matilda of Boflon hap
period to flop for water, and the Captain, --- Le
hutnanelv took him the faid deponent and four otl
erson board his veffel. .aind hb his exarionis the re
'maininflrven men'were put 'n board'nther 'effe
then lying in pbor. That lshis depofient, tognethi
with two others, to,,k a paflage on board a Lubh
ihip-for Sheesnefs, from whencebhe rejoined the fai
fchooner i ura-Ann,'in the River Thames.-. Fu
tier thi deponrient fayeth not.
Sworn before me,'; O 29th. 1810.
The preceding is a flatement of fads taken. fron
the Proteft of the Captain. The affidavit of th
mate fptaks for itself. The :capture of the Laura
Ani can only be considered as Qne of the moftf pi
ligate of thofeadts of violence which have long fine
disgraced the Britith name. The-arrogance,'the ig
norance, the falfe affertion, and final orders of cap
tain Datlhwood, muft excite the indignation of ever
American who 'hears of thefe repeated violation.o
the rights of the flag of his country.
The sentence of Sir William Scott correfpond
with that fcale of justice that has long fince gftvern
ed the decifion,of the 'Admiralty Court. It, ap
Spves PoOf te. capture, and encourages the capto"
t repeatet the.-outrage. In the judgment of Sir Wi
liAni rScott, there is no crime in forcing ten or a dos
en fn fnaefiomh'*teutralveel, hand afterwardsi.lanc
ing tihemin a firange country (without the means o
fublitlence) tofhift-for themselves. In thejudgmen
of Sir William Scott, it is ftridtly juft to arrest th
progress of a tteutral velTel'under the moft frivolous
pretexts. In the judgment of Sii William Scott
there is'.no. injustice in breaking .the voyage of
neutral, or in the total deftruation of the whol
property.: Thefe are events which Sir'WilliamScot
ry calmly fays grow out of the evijs of war,anu
the neutral is bound to fubmit to them."
The'Laura-Ain was loaded entirely.with Geo rgi
cotton. After a molt difaltrous voyage, fhe had
fair profpepd of a happy termination' to it.- If fih
had arrived st Stralfund, her :argo would have fold
instantly at 50 groots banco. This would have yield
eddn Londop (to which place the. proceeds were
orderiditobe rermtted 8d. erlg. r early 6

damaged Rate will average abo'pt 7d flerling, dir I
cents per pound ; which, after paying the charges
will amount to a total lofs.-N. 2. Mrr.

3tnwrfting JFottigu 3BwUlttnc,(

rms a Ltondon papers rss rid at tie C sicle ffce.

S At ihe Royal Camp of Piale, Aug. 6.
!Captain Baufan, who has under his,com-
maand a great part df the Neapolitan flotilla,
went out this morning With only one gun-boat,
the Commerce of Naples,to afcertain the courfe
Sdf the currents in the Strait.' During 2 hours
that he-was under fail, above two hundred can,
,on Thot were,fired at him, at a very flirt dif-
tAnce,-by .fourteen r- fifteen .of the enemy's
..gji-boats, that.tried to interrupt him. He
paid no attention to thrtn. All'the coaft bat-
teries. aud a frigate alfo kept up a fire on him.
Capt. Baufan having made his, experiment, re-
turfied at his leifure to' refunie his place in the
." At the Royal Camp of Piale, Aug. 7.
Gen. Stuart endeavored to renew his attack
this day. He fent about' 50 gun-boats and five
bomb-veffel.s against that part of our flotilla
which iil'ationed. at Pezzo. Captain Baufan
proceeded to meet them with his division, and
compelled them,, after an engagement of three
hours, to make off and feek an afylurm on the
opposite coat. Our corridors were near .tak-
ing one of their gunboats which was difmaft-
ed. Several of their fcorridors were feen to go
down, and they were obliged' to tow in three
gun-boats were mnich 'damaged. On our fide,
only one boat belonging to the Royal Guard,
received a fhot,, which went through her, but
Ishe will be easily repaired when brought on
lhore: Our only lofs were five men killed and
wounded. ,

VIENNA, Aug. 16.--'The'-prolongation of
Count Metternich's flay at Paris gives birth to
a tloufand conjectures, which are all of them
fav.brable toAuflria. Some politicians give out
that he is to.remain at Paris' with the title of
Ambaflador, whilft the Prince" of Schwar:zem-
buig is to return here ; but all thefe reports
are devoid of any flamp of authenticity. Sev.
eral Generals have again been put on theeftab.
liflhnent of adeal service. The negotiation
relative to the Aufirian fubjedts fettled in Wal-
lackia is not yet termiisatod. Several notes
lHaye been exchanged on the fubjedt, but it is
probable that the affair will be finally fettled at
Vignna, between our Auftrian. Commiflioner
S Count Stakelberg, the Ruffian Ambaffador.
All the Au iian fubjcds domiciliated in thefe
two provinces have been obliged to take the
oithi to.the Emperor of "Ruffia, or to quit the
coulitry, which federal famr.ilies have preferred,
and Ihave retired to Gallicia or Hungary.
"A corps t,f 0o,ocoi ullfians fill remain
quartered "in the diftria of Gallicia, ceded by
tile Wa1 treaty ;-'"
"The Poite has publihfied,. that the Cornm
mandan; of Rufdchuck-'had made a brilliaC t
'ortie, in which he impetuoufly attacked and
dMfeatee a corps of 12,poo Ruffiaus, 700 of
whom lay dead on the field of battle, and
1,900 were made prifoners. The Turkifh fleet
isctiiliingit the'Black bea, and blockades the
s ousha of the Danube."

SE I ,I NAugn 4.-The idftory gained by tl)e
Servians in the neighborhood of Dilgrad, has

SbeT vey blooy, ad eri orges, Colt
on wander of the Servians, has demanded reian- "1,AO Nr I I .
it forcement% as the Tur ks have as gernte th, .. a .R O.,I.. s.
to force by all the detached corps which they r .fl tq 17j 43006t- -k'Ziir" rFs o siCT"
as, have been able to collect; new actions, equal- THIjRSAY, -TOVEMBER 1,1810.
ly fariguinary, are of courfe expected on .this -.
fide. The Servian Senate affembled at Bel- Londo papers to the t of Sept. have been
h, grade, taking into confideratiug the dangers ,o.-.pap i t 1t poft.. .Th are.-
w- that threaten this couutry,have.thought ittheir-, ce, d rivn al anyt vehis intert.Theyn advice,
w, duty to edage. the people to ew. efforts and. ,oweyes. rt of any. vlry intereftidgn headvices.
lt facrices, -which alone can beable toeffette, fortheforeign head,
M- feparation of this province from the Tnrki .. -i'd" an i spmentin of American f
er Empire. Unfortunately, the country s much .-*it was feloorted, that the Britifh Admiral
ip exhausted. "Saumarez had received orders to blockade the

e- PARts, Aug. 27.-His Majefty on the 26th rts. Sonaparte had iffued a decree
oi Julo iJ uy 'ecree hipc places at the dif- C rport thatBonaparte had iffued a decree
In- p'fl of thJy MinIer fete w h teriorh f A *f, forbidding the landing of paffengersip!France,
ne 500,ooo .francs, for ithe purpeofe of eftabliflhilg i contraditted. _'_--
Ie manufactures in the city of Rome,ofe`1cOura- -- ... a
e, ianufadurce in thecity of Romeorbia.ura-" THIS DAY, we have every reafon to be.
.h going the cultivation of cotton in the countries _, I A Imperial Decrees will expire In
th round it, of enduring more healthgriy thul alir f erforiig this act of justice, France has ceased
Sthe country, to violate our' neutral rights. Will G. Britain,
i Lonos, Sept As we hinted inour lat, without equiyocation, huffingg or evasion, by
-: LoO, Sept 0.-As we hinted n .our l,"a as well as word, follow the honorable exam.
'y Bernadotte is, not the only one of Bonaparte's l as wefby France Willow the real her Orderm-
to Generals who is to be railed to a throne.-It is nlet by rangether with alrepeal thoe unjuiiableOrders
e generally rumored on the Contineit, that the in Cloancil, together with all thofe unulifale
y King of Prufflia is about to declare Berthier the blockades eiing only upo en paper, therfelflegali-
. filcceflor to his crown, and thus Pruiatw I bew l- l te enounce the favage principle of Im-
come another of the royal fiefs of France. Such enShould he do this, America will
5 is the vicifitude of thing 1 Pruffia, about lis8 prment P Should he do this, Amerca will
yea rs r ....oneoftire efbmilitary-be her friend :-But, nould (he do lef$, we
' years nnce,was one of the frongeft military m T A n
k powers of Europe. But the moment a ingle mut neceffarily be her foe. The Ad of Con.
p. army was defeated, the fell was broken, Tl exprefpy fas, that the intercourse will be free.
ee people'ad no intceourewtter exprefly fs, that the intercoue
and when their military prop was tak rs'-he- ly efflablified with that-power which (hall ceafe
. an wno ftherefuge What rendersthiee to violate our' neutral rights ;. and in cafe of re-
. chieflad no further reftuge- What ren fers t te ,iart pf the other, all intercourse
Schiefly orty of notice icrsthat wthwholeh Wore with the power qo refuti g will be broken off.
r Gemany, a t eems to crown the whole or of Great Britain be wife. Let her acknow
dc Bonaparte. edge ALL our neutral rights, or meet with noth.
r-, The negotiation for an exchange of pirfon. ig but oulr determined reliance in Bos
ers, we underfland, is not yet formally brbke Wh 'w ld have taken place in BOSTON
oft' though it has arrived at that fRage that this.da4-, if, iniflead of FRANCE, England had
off, ves little hopof'ts arrived at that R age that been the fi rt to abandon the violation of our
leavorabes lttle honpe ofon. The enemy ill neithertoa etitrai rights ? Would not a civic feat have
fagive norab cenlulion. Te enemy will netinr beenistitituted in honor of John Bull ? Would
S all rie in their demands and every concner :not alikthe bells have been rung, and would not
he ally rite in their demands, and every concef- the:,triumph-have been proclaimed from the
e fson on our part gives birth to a frefhb exaadioin th triumph have been reclaimed from the
,a. on theirs. Still, how.eve-,16 reld.ant is Gov. cannon's mouth, and from the malt-heads of
e- on others. Still, however,peso reluctant is G our,:fhpping? We believe that fuch would
f- ern.captivent to are iftroy g to retur the iropes ohaveen the proceedings in the town of Bojan.
Scaptives who are ping toreturn to their ref- o, all is silent a death-like apathy per.
g pcafhive countries, that they have ordered Mr. vades. or Itreets, and no final, except the vifi-
P' Mackenzie to continue the negocitioi, under of reret dpdd pon the counte-
Sthefe unpromifing circmances. nuances of thofe who have heretofore been the

SThe following letter frem Dover is interefling :- w leai" olo6itt&forBrit ifh outragesdiftinguflhes
n- D OVER, Sept. 6.-I am forry to (tate that ..d..a f t a .y t
,- twenty fail of Napoleon's grand fleet have '
, Mt'ade their efcape.out of B, ulogre harbor, and,. e- i-e : tering.
i. the remainder are equipped and quite readyfor .:_ ,.- rd. :.... .-,,,..- of Republicans
L ea. I flated to you on Sunday that a great fir-,' At aM. ng, of a number orellca
i. ing had been heard on the opposite coaft; it of tlDiftirict, it was unanimously agreed to
of proceeded frbm our hips, who were trying to: 7fUP .,t6..--..... r "-
it intercept 'them, but bykeeping fo clofein with Deacon DAVID ITILDEN,
e the there, and .being protected by the range otf as Cndidate to reprefent them in the twelfth
as batteries'on the hills &c. only one was defRroy. Congrifs of the 'United States.
t, ed by the 'Podargus-flop of war. In' offering this gentleman itis needlefs'tode-
a The orders which our (hips have received fcend to thofe particulars which might be ne-
e not to leave their station, unlefs by a fpecial or- ceffai'y'in recommending a perfon lefs diftin-
t der from Captain DIigby, of the Theban, ap- 'guifihedfor the accuracy of hits political prin.
d pointed Commodore, makes it evident that-the ciples. At avrilis o interefting,the real friends "
whole flotilla is expected to flip out lhoiuld an 'to the. peace'.'and profperity' of our country,
a opportunity fuit. ut mfbe highly gratified in being represented by I
a "The following floops of war are lying off a gentimanin iwhofe unbiafled patriotifm. they c
e Boulogne, watching the enemy's motions :- ca fo confidently rely. Integrity and fidelity
d Theban, Rolla, Fly, '.Pordargus, Cordelia, taf" are'the cardinal virtues on which -our public
tiallian,Rinialdo, and Rofariu." '. safety nd happiness depend; and we may con- i
I ,' -'fidently afTrip that in no individual do they .
~-.......'. :ere fineeiely rjfide than in the Candidate we, '
s Thoufands of volunteers are-Tn:their mirch. fow. recontliilad. W1 ti--g-Ti-in-hna been i
, from Lima, from Carthagena, &c. to avenge the for-many year one. of the Seledimen of the
murders in Quito, and affift the Patriots in the town of Bollti-He has been a niember of the e
Revolution. Council and Senate of the Commonwealth of J
WEST FLORIDA. Maffachufetts.1 In which important Rations .
This important province' has declared itfelf he has difcharged his duty with honor to him-.
independent. The following are their reafons -felf and benefit to his conftitaents. The fitua. t
for throwing off their allegiance to a foreign tion of our political concerns requires the cool 1
power. deliberative judgment of out Reprefentatives
Bj the .Rerefentati-ves of the People of.-Vefj in Congrets, nwrethan the long tedious display 1
Florida. of dclamation, which is ton often pra ifed by I
A DECLARATION. thofe who are but ill qualified for the purpofe. .
, It is known to the world with how much fidelity OuV political concerns are brought to a very a
the good peopleof this territory have profe.ffed and plain point of controverfy-whether the Uni. i
maintained allegiance to their legitimate fovereign ted States (hallniaintain their in e ndpnee in t
while any hope remained of receiving any protet.- opposition to the unjuft edids a ,i aLersa of n
ion for iheirproperty and their lives. Without ma- the European rations. This queti,,re ires c
king any unneceffary innovation in the cftablifhed, no geprefearches--Plain common f avig
principles of the government, we had voluntarily oratd with the warm, feeli igs of p tifm, i
adopted certain regulations in concert with our firtll fuficieint to lead every honeft man to a -ju
magifirate for the exprefs purpofe of prefervingthis and accurate decision. 1 "
.'territory and ihewing our attachment to the govern" -. .Iaon TiLDEs is a i-al difciple of 'taflh. k
ment-which'hadheretofore prote4ed us. TMscom- ington, s'h is oppofiedtb a div4ion of the r
pad,:which we entered into with good faith on our I State 'is.a real frieni tComon.rce, Agri. I.
part, will forever remain an honourable M4efhmocy. ,,!r .... %'16-Com. re;'Agri.; It,
will upright tentons andnelable oL c lture, ad th' chni A' --Wa gton.
Sour kig and parent country, wh iole o much as a if le-cudfpeak,would declare TILDEN,bis.
shadow of legitimate authority remained to be e clr- e, d flfpect ,uincy as aiding and ie
cifed over us. We fought only a fpeedy remedy-Ti abetting thofe who were in league to djolve that,
fuch evils as seemed to endanger' our existence and UnAol, which i the fafe anchor" of American
prosperity, and were encouraged by our governor Ir.depjendence. .Wathingtonr would have been d
with folemn promises of affiftance and co-operation, indignant at- thet murder of American t
Buit those measures which were intended for otr on board theChefapeake. Did Quincy ever fay P
prefervation, he has endeavoured to pervert into ati -any thing aghitlft- that bale tranfaction ; or, did
engine of encouraging, in the molt he not' harangue inh favor of Gore, who could g
perfidious manner the violation of ordinances i'an't. not be. induce to reprobate that bloody deed t
ioned dnd eftablifiedby himfelf as the law of the MONDAY next is THE DAY on which we
land.. ar~6 tb affemble, for the important purpose of
Being thus left without any hope of protedion 'making odbielecion ; and we cannot but an.-
from the mother 'country, by being betrayed'by a" 'tiie'a favorable display ofRepublican Votes "
magifirate whofe duty it was to have provided for in the teveril towns compoleting this diftri d. The 7
-the fafety and tranquility of the people and govern- tinted isthvrt1 to 'ivc the neceffary information 'S
meant committed to his charge, and eapofed to all the o-tloi rfiriends'in Hingham, Hull, Medford, Mal-. R
evils ofa 'hate of anarchy, which we have fo long den Glelfeg, and Charleftown:' but we moift
endeavoured to avert; it becomes cur duty to pro- earthefily Ct d. theris to support a charade at
ie r our oWn eity a a free and independ gh dfrving the ftuffrages of his Fellow-
which no longer protedas us. a ernent tize long tried patriti
We, therefore, the representatives aforefaid, .ap. CIT1Z1.Lj$ 0p NO., OJLK d
pealing to the Supreme Ruler of the world forthe ITY candidates are the Hn EENEZER b
reditude of our intentions, do solemnly publish and 'S Vurca'daMeR, whor ittentH. ears has fo
declare thefeveral.diftrids competing this 'territory" .en' t' ARM whoftwentyn year. ha ti
of Weft Florida to be and independent ftaer b-eenlnn eprace of hL prorelon; and James
and that they have a right toinftitute for themselves Richidron, Efq. aLawyr. Surelyyou ca.
fuch form of government as they may think condu-. .not elitate which ef the two to choofe. If g
civeto their safety and happinefs-to form treaties every: lawyerip.,the county of Norfolk was in p
-to elkablifti commerce-to provide for their com- Cpngreft,they would not behalf fo advantageous E
mon defence, and do all ads.which may of right be td the yeomanry as. Farmer-SlAVER. Be on ci
done by a fvereign and independent nation. -At oy-r.guard oti:Monday next, for depend on it,
the fame time declaring all adts within the faid ter. i-trap is let for. you. Remember !
ritory of Weft Florida after this date by any tribu- .. '- The Fifth of No'vniiber.
nal or authorities, not deriving their powers from "-- "
the people agreeably to the provisions of this con-. 0:The 'eleders of Briftol and Plymouth are
vention,tobe null and void-and calling uponalt desired to 'be careful tnobferve that" JUNIOR"
foreign nations to resped this our declaration aac-' be' annexedt'o the names ot the Republican D
knowledgig. our independence, and gii-gnus fuchs cqgrefslihntlcatdidates for faid diflrits. 7
aid as may be .confilflent witn'the laws and ufuages B
ofnatons., I :" ., pkiblicai. of Massachusetts I Jc
oif s declaration made in convention, at the town r-" p Mda f, nETc .hue ee on BJ
.of iatois Rouge, on the "6th day of September, .."' t the T elft eeto wil
.in the .car f our, L one -d. i. Pr entat vet the Tfweltoh ongreos wuhl p
hundred and ten-We, the reprfeniatives in t!ake place n.-y'ur refpetlive Diltrila. You St
the name and on behalf of our conflituents do : .havs'ngw. .to decide whether you will commi- re
hereby folemnly pledge. ourfelves to support .in. men ofthe Gftre and Pikering ttamp-men L
with our livesand fortunes. ; o: the. very moment, that Gicat Britain M
(Signed) John H. Johnfon, John Mills. John W. with snprecedeted barbarity was murdering of
Leonard. William Barrw, Philip Hicky. -..,yur tellow0)tzens in cold.blood, declared.that gr
gan,Edward Hawes, Thomas Lilley, William Spit- flheo-had.:lf'ednatially injured us;. or whether
ler. Vou will elet AMERICAN REPUBLICANS, who Li

J-OHN RHEA, Prelident. ldifidain fuch dishonorable partialities and prcju. Sp
ANDREW' STEELE, Scc'ry. dices for any-foreign. nation. B

The Agents of FPsaien re calling Upon yon,
under fandtiom of the faced name of WAsa.-
tiaorow, (which-is thus profaned) to eleft their
faveritei to the Coxgrefi of the United States !
Men who have acted in diredt oppofitihn to the
parting injunnions of the immortal Hero, whofr
name they thug vilely attempt to fe; who have
owed the feeds of difcord in this peaceful coua.
try, and endeavored to SEPARATE THAT
UNION, on the prefervation of which, WAS H-
tIoGTo has told us, depended our. lives,, liber-
.ties and happinefs Yes, Fellow'qitizens, the
'r ofPa'lio has called upon you to do that,'
oa onday next, which will have a dire& ten,
de' to forward the deftsadive view of thefe
ambitious, aspiring demagogues. But let every
REPUBLICAN attend at the polls, and fadiqn
will be difpirited and overthrown.. A vigorous
effort on your part, will 1how the ipalogiRs and
.fycophants of Britain, that you are determined
their, nefarious projects hall never be put in ex-
ecution. Turn out, then, in your refpedive.
difirids, -and by one-fpirited and well-direded
effort, annihilate the fabric which Faetion is
attempting to raife ...
A correfpond-.nt wiffthies to know hovw it
ftiould happen, that Major Raffell has omitted
to publish an account of American veffels con.
demned by the British Courts of Admiralty,*
and why a half baflhct of:' chaplefsijulls' were
not put in requifition for the more efesual dec.
oration of the hlad lif/" in bis laft paper ?.
It would be a good plan for the Major to pub.
lifth a lift of the AmeticaTe. murdered by.the
Britifli Admiral BaRkiL&.E ,And inflead of a
black border,: and fuch-lifte appendages, to gar-,
nifi it with the names fimprejfedSeamen--with
paper* blockades, orders in cosucil, aid. otfhr. em-
blems of "iis: moft Chrijfifan Majeffy's loving
kiandnefs and tender mercy." 'This would un-
doubtedly have a tendency to roufe the citizens,
of Maffachufetts to vote .for the ,Picerierg or
BritijhLift, in preference to the AMERICAN
The cafe of the Laura-Ann, publiffied fts. tis
paper, is'an indifputable proof of Brifish friendshsi
for Americar Commerce!
[The following fententious little articles are from
the Virginia Argus. They place feveral abfirufe
queflions in their proper light in a few wotds.-'
"Brevity is the foul of wit."])
The federal prints are in a very ludicrous fitustion,.
occafioned by the publication of Mr. Merry's letter
to Mr. Madifon, on the fnbije&of blockades. The
Englioi therafelves appear "not toconfider any block-
ades as exiting, unlcfs as to partiodlarperts: which may
be aaually invfied :' But the federal prints infift on
the legitimacy of PaEr.a BLOCKADES in eitenf 1!-
Thus, it appears, the federal prints will no give the
administration fuch good terms as the Britifh admit.
It feems,accordingto Mr. Merry, thara meredec-
laration of blockade, without an aaual in siment of
fwrtid/arporhs by.a.competentforce,ia a'Ga v.YA cr;'
and that when it was "comaplaieeu of.y the U. ,ltates,"
the grievance was redrefed. But the toties will
not give in ; they aritfor proclamation blockades.
The Britifh hive carried the paperfyflem farenough
In all con science; but the federal prints want to car-
ry it further-They want to blockade ports with pa-
per : but we apprehend that this doeirine wiltLont
pafa current ; and if it is attempted to be forced into
circulation. it will toon be depreciated. It cannot
be forced upon the. world either by kritilh bullion
or Britifh bull dogs. .

SMUNIciPAL Cou r.-In, the observations
upon County affairs in laft Thurfday's paper, -
over the fignature of Invejligatr," a very
materialerror occurred. The amount of jury
exvenfee-wa-ftatd to-'be -70oo dollars per an-
num, whereas the fum intended was 700. This
error gave rife to a second, in. estimating the
Judge's and Town Advocate's salaries, ap con.
niedted with this fumn. Thefr salaries, added to
7000, made the fum of 8250 dollars, but added
to 7oo, the fum intended, the amount would
have been 1950 dollars.
This error arofe entirely from inadvertence :
but it is probable that thofe who fuppofe them
felves concerned in the observations which may
have been made, will not have the justice to
acknowledge it. The writer in the Gazette
ays, What muft ke think of Chronicle veraci,
y and ingeinouldefs, when, in a flatement of
monied traufaionai, iM wabich the nic f amount
could have been aftertained, there is Lo grofs a
mifbtatement ?" Tis expreffion is of itfelf a
efficient proof of the inadvertency of the error:
For rio' man would voluntarily have expofed
simfelf 'in" this manner, when he muft have
known that ich a statement could ble fo eafily
efuted. lt was theintention of the writer, to
rave put the fumn at 700oo dsia.-which fam, by
he report of the Cleik of the Court, proves to
be jte hundred and twenty-feven dollars "inetj-
f'*en cents left, that the adual- amount.

MILITAra.-On Monday laft, the Indepen- I
dent Fufilies, commanded by Capt. Howa, and I
he South-End Artillery, commanded by Capt. i
'AiKER, completed their fall duty.
The Soul of the Soldiery, (company of Ser.
geants) under Sergeant J.DR EW, alfo celebrated b
heir annlverfary.

Te Mafachbuftit Society fir the Propagation of te
GIfpbl among tbI Indians and tbhrs in Norhl-America,
will hold their femi-annual meeting in this town,
'his Day. A Sermon will be delivered before the
society according to their appointment, by the
Rev. Dr MoRse, at..the. meeting-houle in Chauncy h
Place. The exercifes will commence at 11 o'clock,
nd after the Sermon there will be a collection in
id of the funds of the Society.
At a meeting of the Citizens of Philadelphia, "to i
evife a plan for the relief of the diftreffed fufflrers
y the fire in Charlcflun," a committee of four per- t
>ns in each ward was appointed to folicit contribu-
ons, for that purpofe. f
MAN MvssrsaeN.-A Ruffian landholder in the
government of Wilns,has, by his laft will, emanci-
ated all Iiisprafants,to the number of 7000 The
emperor Alexander has confirmed this sit of benefi- a
:nCe. 7
lommntcial aum El1fpplisg InttigRSt. n

[Fret l. .e.bans Cof#el-Hsse BoSe.) 7
MONDAY, QOi. 29.-Arrived, (hip Superior,
elano, 42 day.'from Liverpool, with doygocds, to r
I perfons, Sailed Sept. 16,in co. the Leander, for '
oflon. Left,for Boftlon, the Jane, James, Patyot, d
thn-Adams, Am-Hero,. zra-&-Daniel, Amazon ; d
rothers,for Bofton, or Bath ; Poacher, of Boflon -
rary-Jaie, do; Bellifarius do; Ocn. Lincoln, and
erfeverance, of do ; New.Packet, of do. for the
sreights ; William, Trotr, of do for Wilmingtoa,
ady; the Jupiter; of Bath ; Hiram, Hetdior, j
iberty; of Hallowell, Enterprife ; of Newburyport, ,
lark-&-Abigail,Merrimack, Unity,Mary,(afhore);
N. Redford, Herald, Eliza-Ba.rket-alfo, left a q

eat many other American veffels.
29th, ar. feh Friendfbip, Little, 59 days from
verpool, with crates san coal, .to G.L. Chandler.
okc, Odt. 17, las,42, Ion 55,fbip Bellifatius, from
llton--OsQ21,lat 40,fch Gardner, fr. Eaflpoitii

;idlts, mkaling Grnt .porfc -Sept- 1. S lea fs tobly-
head, brig Hall, 28 days from Warren-O t 24, k'i
over, Mr John Barrqt.feaman.
!S-th, at.f-Tchrs, Concord, from Newfouyndland ;
Hazard, ft. 'Quoddy, for hilad ; Rover, 1iairfield
Mat tha, Briflol; Primus, Salem.
C'ItAhiANczs. Foreigs-brig Adze, Blackmer, for
Cape de Verds; -fch M. Star, Snow, Iiarhadoee.-.
Coaler-,Llfck Columbia, Baltimore.
TUESDAY, Od. S 0-.Arrived,fltp KingftlonI.ef-'
lie, 46 days fr. London, with dry goods, to lgnatiue
Sargent -.nd others. Spoke; Oft 8, hat 43, lono )9,
brig Fame, from Baltimore, for Gottelnburg-Os 20,
la t.41, Ion 58, flhip Wm. Tell, Williams. of oriftti,
52 day rom Gotteniburg, for N York, having only
5 people able to doa duty (paffngers.included); ftHp-
plied her with 2 feasmen who were paffengers:-The
Wm. Tell had the day before experienced a hard
gale and fuffered greatly in he i sails and rigging,
one man dropped down dead on deck,and the mate
fell from aloft and broke his full.
30soth, ar. fhip Wa0ington, Davis, S6 days from
London, in ballatf, to W. &'T. N. Wood. Left, at
London, Sept 22d, brig Matilda, Lee, for Boften, ia
5, days ; Sufan, Dutch. of Salem, for do; Three-
Thomafies, Foter, ofl BIotcn,for Fayal. in a few.-das.
.And. in the river, working down, flip Congrea.,,
Clark, for Baltimore; Fame, Slocum, for N. ied-
ford i Thomas Wilfon, Morris, of-Portfmouth, f-.r
Philad. Saited in co. thip Hope. Dailliel, for lal-
timore. -Spoke, Odc lat 49, l.o,14, barquq Ed-
ward, 29 days from N. Yorkjor London-Odt I1,
lat 41, Ion 45, thip Refolution, MlC'Kown, -l Bath,
37 days from Liverpool for Boftou-Odt 20, lat 41,
SIon 55. fch Three-Sons (or Three-Friend6) 4:1 da v
from Liverpool, for Bofton, having the night lbeforc,
in confaque ce of dhipping a, fe, ve ins her deatt
lights but did not onderfland (lhe liad received any
material damage-- Ot 24; lat 42, los,59, brig Rigei,
-Virtoar.5'dayi fr.StVbsl for Beftsm--Odl 25, lat
.41,tow 6,3; fliip' Lcader; Dmribs hnrid,' of Wifcafl ,r,.
40 days from Liverpool foD hBoldon.
30th, ar. brig FaPtsr, Eveleth, 38 dIays from Hull,
in ballad, to D. Cofln, (f Newsaiypotrt. Left, lhri
Jofeph,Turner, of Bofton. julK ar: from Norwaiv;
flhip Alexander, of 1Yosk. Capt Law*,f do;.Clyde,
and .Wm-Johnfon, of do and.uihecrs. Spoke, Ot
27, fch Prisnofe,;froRn rand-Banks, for Capc'Ann.
-Oi 0 30, a brig from GotteWbig.'goog into Sa-
: sthb, at. brig Nauthts. fom'Litetpool, via New.
buryporf, with fault, to J. Paiker & Sons.
30th, ar. fch Charles,Nickerfoi, 40 days from Ca-
l.iz. with fait, to order Left, (hip Sally, from Bof-
tbn, fchrs Commerce, fr. Philad ; .Three-Brothers,,
fr..Barnflable, asl ar. I rtA Sept ;" ft lI Wifliingtr'n, 38
days fron. Bo&fot; b trig Savay. LoMd, 25 fr do ; fchr
Floretta, 47 days ~,omn Norfolt, and othees-Fptke,
Ot: 26, lat 41, Ion 68, ItrigMadifon, Williamts, 3
hours from Botton for Africa'r. ,:
SOth, ar. (hip jane, Thomar, fro IlifDrtpoolwi-h
dry goods, to 1. S. Trott, arrd other: Sailed Sept.
16-Capt T/has broughtt a complete and. lengthy
lilt, which *-e have not foom so. give in detail. Left,
among others, of Butlon, fhip Snifan-&-Sarah, Webby
for Wilmnangton, N. C. 22d Sept.; fet-Jaames, Carter,
for 'Bllto 17th -flip Nabby, Smiith; for Charlfton,-
16th ; big" Coral, uncer; but ready' for fea; Perfe-
verance. Smith, fr City-Point, uucet-;. ocaiontas,,
Atwell, for New-York,.uncer ; Gen. Lincoln, for
Befton, under feizure. Sailed in co. Aips" BrOtlersi;
of Bath ; Ifabella, for Charlellon. Spoke, O&t 2;,.
lat 42, Ion 62, f chr Camden of Bangor, 40 days frons
Iublin for Penobfcot. Paffengers in the I honsma ,
Mr and Mrs Duffand fervant, of the Theatre Royal,
Dublin, engaged for the Bofton Theatre; Meirs,
Freelind, M'Farland, J. bmith, Marks, Taylor, 8.
Briggs and J. Lakeman.
WAnIsNSDaY, Odt Sl-Ar. fchr Superb, Patter-
fon, 5' days from Liverpool, with fault and coal, to'
J A Allen. Spoke, Sept 8. off'the N W Buoy, ftlip,
ACa, 392 days from Wifcaffet for Liverpool. Sept
IS, lat 51, Ion 9, fchr Packet, Dexter, 28 dayr from.
Boflon for Briftol, E. Ot '20, lat 41, Ion 61, fliip
Famhe, 22.days from London for I edford. Ok
28, lat 43, Ion 65, brig Vigilant,.a days f -L-0a ,L.-- -
erpool for Caftine.
S3S1lk ar. btig Norton, Howland, Belfaft, 42 days -
ballaflt to I F Trott. Left t Belfaft, 17th Sept. brig
Trahfport, White, of Portland; flhip Rover, Miller,
of kennebunk, failed 15th Sept.. Spoke. ORl 18,
lat 41. Ion 52, flilp Caravan, 7 days.from Bclon for
the Mediterranean..
Sift ar. brig Jane, Vates, PhilTd,,-fchr Cafar,
Night, Marblehead-RefolutioiJ(lrtgan, Gleu-
cefter-floop Induftry, Lewis, Newport-Difpatch,
Patterfon, Wifeafret--J.ane, Jords ,.ath.
L i ar. ahip Leander, Drumrns 44 days from
Liverpool ; fait and coal, to Munlon & Batnard -
Spoke, Spt SO; lat 4S, Ion5 0S"hr Betfey, Downs,
pS days frip Liverpool for Ba oton.
r. &slo-, brig kachel, St Ubes. 45 days. Left
ihip George, of Portfmonuth. Spoke, Sept 19, lat
38; Ion IS, ftlehirEeite rfie, owi, trom BofEon for
Lihbon. Od 20, at 41, Ion .56,' ijp Reunion, i1
days from Bath for Liverpox. Alfa below, two
other brigs. '
Ar. at Holmes' Hole, brig Perfeev 46 days from Dilblin, fer 'Thacker, 40
days frota N. Orleans.
CLsAIAacEcs. Foreg- Brig Johii,Aultin, Jamai.
ca-Wm & Nancy, Blackner, Cape de Verds.-fchr
Elizabeth; Newc6mb, Cadiz."' C N,r_-Ready Rhi-
no, Baffet, Baltimore-Emily, FoGer, Philad--Caro.
line, Pope, Plymouth; Ms-Sam,Farris,Rithmond-
Dolphin, Johafon, Portlafid-Viaoi.y, Howes, Bal.
timore-Refolution,' Mcrgan do-Rambler, Tifts,
Damafcotta-Eunice & Sally, P'eObfcot--Parrot,.
buryport-Eliaa-Aan, Eaftpost-Sally. NewpPrtoO.
Nancy, Bath-Ten Sifters, 'N. York
The brig Diamond failed from Dublin Sept 4, for
Boton. Schr -,Woodbury, was ;o fail from Ha-
vana for Beverly, on the 4th uni. m '-
The wreck of brig Morni g-Star, of HartfordC.
has been feen at fea : no perfoun o board, and fpars,
ails,rigging and cargo all taken out.
' LEFT-At Dublhi, Sept 4, lipl'Harriot, ChfLe,
sf Wewburyport for'Norisolk, it 10 days; (hip Rap-
d, Hayden, of Wifraffet for N York, in 3 days. At
t Bartholomews, Ot 4, fchr Eliza, for Newhavea
n 10; loop Swift, Munroe'for Newport, '4. At
Cadiz. Sept 9, fchr Enterprize,-Bates, for Bofalton, in
I or 4 days. Ship Nancy, cf Providence, had failed
or Valencia, & fchr Experiment, Athern, forBolton.
SPOKEN-Oft 21 ,lat 11, Ion $6. brig Louifa,
Ward, 52 hours from Salem, for the Brazils, aill well,
nd the brig tight. Odt 26, (hip Charlotte, Cook,
weeks from Liverpool. for Providence, O&lo0,
at 57, Ion o40,40, fhip Cato, Thompfon, of Portf-.
ouath, f6i Liverpool, out 27 days.. 0a 19, a brig
riom Boflon for Martinique. Odi a2, lat. t6, lon.
, .31, brig China, from Bolfton for Barbadoes;
markets dull. Odt 7at 27;, Ion 81,fch Commerce,
days from Havanna for R. Ifland. Oft 11, flip
4omes Brown, White, 6f Newburyport, 40 days
rom London for Amelia Ifland. Od 23,1at 43, lon
0, brig Richmond, 3 days from Cafline for Ma-
ei'ra. Ot l l,.lat 42, ion 63, fch WafhiVgtin, 4
ays frem Newburyport for Litbou. .

Bofton Typo: Afociation.
A GENERAt. meeting of the B. T..'. willbehelM
- on Saturday Evening, at 7 o'clock, at the Ex.
>ange Coffee-H.oue. A punodual attendance iste-
ueled. By order of the Direcfors,
A. SAMPSON, See'ry.

To Let,
\ Convenient HOUSE, in Corrhill. Inquire
at' this Office. nov I

I ~

aJAgfl 3-h bmfiiftuutkMr Occrge Mar-
ien, to Mifl Marila Pray; Mr Jam"s Adams, to
Mills Nt:cy D/ifeo.-I Providence, laIf June, Mr
John I.or g of Bofton, to Mift Harrier Homans, of
Beverly.-.l tMaldesnMr Jamee Hallof Charlftown
to Mitb Sally Sargent
I 6 th town, Mr Henry Gray, .on of the Lt Gov.
to Mii sFrances Peirce,'daughter -of Maj Jofeph P..
On Sundy morning laft, by thS Rev. Dr. Eliot.
Mr Henry Jackfon. Oliver, to Mifs Sarah Barnes.
DblD-In England, Sir Francis Baring; Bart. Ms
P. aged 70-he haseft t aaoy children.
llu Bridgwater th ult. after a lipering- fsicknefs,i
which he bre with chriflian fortitude iAn d refigna-
tiet,; Major Jamnes Barrell, aged 45 His fuseral,
,* attended sa the Monday following by a very
large conurfe of people, who appeared to be.deep-
'yaffeaeda on the occasion. All therfficers of the
Iegimeut'lo whichhce belonged attended ia their ui-.
forms with their fidearms, The proceffion was ef.
sorted byCapt Adams's company ofLight Infantry,
who performed theduties of the day with great ful-
emnity and propriety.
In Newton, on Monday talt, Mrs t lizabeth, wife
iof -Simon' Elliot, Efq. aged '48--Funeral this after.
noon ac-t half-pa ll2 o'clock. In Charleflown, on
Filday evening laft, Mr Samuel Pdiipps, aged 221:
Mr John Stimpfnn, aged 24.
In ths town,on Monday, Win. R. Rawfon, fen of
rZbisa R.'aged 18 moa.-On Sunday morning, Fu.
Sanah daughter of Mr Ebeir Hurc in fon,aged 5y.

Miiddlefex Turnpike.
THE amal Mseetini of the Proprietors, of the
.Middlefesx Tunpike. Corporation, flands ad-
journed to MONDAY, the b2th day of Noir.tebi
ext,.thA Ato.mineet at. Maj. W'"biteore''s Tavern, in.
.Wfi.t-Cambridge. at 2 o'clock, P. M.
s-,0 'WM. WITTEMORE, rep Clerk.

S-Propofals -
S TILL be received for supply ing 41,500 gallons
v'i'.of OIL for the ufe of the Light-Houfe eitab
lilitient within dithe U. States
'The quality of the Oil to be it follows:-20,500
galonsbetll 6 inter prelted fronmhead matter-2 1000
.g lltls beft rained.
The whole quantity to be ready for delivery in' tight full bound Calks of fizes .tot exceeding
except about 3,000 gallons of the Winter preifed
Oil,which-is o6 be ready for delivery during the Au-
turanal months. '
Perfons difpolted to contract for the whole quan-
tity,or any part thereof,will pleafe to forward their
terms to the Colleae6rf the port of Bofton, ondor
beforerlhe'15th'day of Decembernett. The Oil to
be paid'for on delivery.
Se paate proproala will alfo be receivedSfor fup-
plying a like quantity of Oil, annually, iot three
years, sipsin iti fame conditions.
TreTarp f A Stcant, 0. 26, 1810.
4t .. no I
Notice on Gen. Henry Jackion's
-' h pr-- Co 'sdotnwealtb of ttassarhsieltr.
At a Probate Cout holden at Bofton, in and fbr the
county of Suffolk, Orober 29th, 1810;
W WHEREAS Jn mu HAYS and EfLIS ASisoux-
s tyv,.Executors ofthelaflWill of HtNRv
*JACesON, late of n id Bofton, squire, deceaf, has
'offered foralldwance an account of their Executor-
ohip;-dThey-'ary dircaed to give public notice three
reeks fuccelffvely in the Independent CArh icli, BefS.
a' azette, indReperiory,that faid account wili be paired
upon at the Probate Office in faid Bollon, the second
Monday, viz. the 10th day of December next, at ten
S'clock, A.lM. whei and where all perfons interefled
ay attend if they fee fit. P- I
THOMAS DAWES, i7udge of Preale.

To the Honorable the Juffices of
t- the supreme I ifrte Ceurf, fitting at airnirable,
for the counties of Baritllable and Dukes' county.
T HE P. tition arid Rfeporefentation of BARNABAS
'HAXLL, junior of Dennis, in faid County of
Barinfthle, Yean ai L s he is Guardian of WILLIAM
lwctt Lta of the fame Deanis, a minor, humbly
reprefernt that thle aid 'William is feized of federal
pieces of Land,efltuate in faid hircftable, and boun.
ded as follows, to wit: tate lirt piece of Lan is
bounded eatlerly by land f Sylv'reter Baker and p. -
ers;' futh by land of Rdbeit Lathrop, well by
land of nja in Alen,; and north by the harbour,
containing about three cres And on' half acre.-
Alfo,a certain piece of Woodland, boAunded eat by
deceased; on the fouth byvland of Ebenezer Hinck-
tey, on the weft by land ot E6beexer Bacon, and on
the north by land of David Parker,, containing a-
bout twelve acres. Alfo a certain piece of meadow,
bsunded north by the (atad-hills,tfo called, on the
elt by'liu d of the heirs of Saistel Hinckley, de-
ceafed, on the futhi by Wills' Creek, and on th*
reft by land of Thoasrn Allep, and Dothers. And
da6s one ninth part of a Pew in the Meeting-houfe,
inx.teeaft parifl in faid Barnfiable, all of the vahle
S f about -fevn hundrteddollars,the incoSthe of Which
i, Qf-very little value to the faid William Hinckliy,
and unequal to hj support, ,and which is growing
SdIa:valuable; and ,to fell a part thereof would in-
jure the refidue.'- He therefore prays for license
to 11ll. the whole di flid aelfte for the present fup.
port and future bieain t of the faid Willia.t Hinck.
liy, to. put the proceeds of the fame out to interelf
for that purpefe,aii .i o pafs deeds to convey the
fame-ands aisin dii y-bound will ever pray.
Odtober 24tJ, 8iIQ.
S :STAArsait, 2 O 24, r10. I hereby &tr.
i tiha ta the frts fet forth in the above petition are
true, and in my opinion it isseelTary that the whole
of laid(r tatf berfold'. '-JOHNDAVIS,
S' 7fig rs ale fer saidi Conti.

SAt the $nprerrig Juticiat Court, begun and hoal-
den at Barncable, in the county of barnflable, for
the counties of BarnitaBe and Dukes'county, on
UPON the Petition afotefaid, ordered, thai the Pe-
titioner.notify all person. interested in faid Petition,
to appear at the next Supreme Judicial Coturt,to be
holden at Bofton, in the county of Suffolk, for the
conuiities of Suffolk and Nantucket. on the fourth
Tuefday of November neat, by publishing an att-ft-
ed copy of faid Petition, add the order of Court
thereon, in the Independent Chren, eli, printed at Bof-
tei, three weeks fuccegively, die llft publication tQ
i seven days before t fitting of faid Co rt. A
.- 'p Attses
DetitatenBarntalle, 02. 34,. 1810.

P. Haroock,
iADDiSR and HARNESS MAAER-ncir fee
Punc Beadl T'sern,
H A for f)le-a good afflrrsisent qf Saddles-
JL s-Ladies' Saddles; Shaftor's beltlmens' &
common do-agreat variety of Trunks, from nine
inches toSfeet-Whips of alliuids, fomevery ele.
gant. lIver mounted from tandem to a nwigg, (at fac-
ufe, or leighs-Harn*elt of all kinds on hand or
psade at thort notice to staty pattern-a completed
e.el'.,rtment of. Bridles-2 Ie.namd-hado Chaifes-all
cheap for cafh.-oppcllte the tifi o~n'-he Worceffer
turnpike. -Roxbury, Nov L;

A N.Appreqtice in a Hard Ware Store. Inquire
t1of ihe Printers. -& 25

Areiveod Opethe- r fro i .

T & WI offer for fale' pwe Pack.
S* are-..51 packakss friefl GOJDS, now on
board h ip Janefrom Liverpool-famples of which
are ready for examination-at No 32, Broadftrdet.
(Partieulars in our neat.)
Bond & Prentifs,
HAVE received per-Ships Xing ted, from Liodon,
Sand Jane, from tiverpadl" '
6o packages of GOODS,w which are offered
for fale this day by pattern cards, on good terms.
Nov... (tf)
*Parker, /Appletor 1 Co.
Ne,.29, Broadi-sirst,
HiAVE received by the Juno, Kingtpus and Jane
-a large addition to their forme iniporta-
tion-confifting of-bell wellft of England Broad-
cloths and Cafimeres, at very reduced prices; York.-
(hire do ef all colors and prices; Worfled Hofe-
worled Shirts and Drawers ; Coatings, Duffis, Veftl-
ings, Plains, Calicoes, Ginghams, Shirtings; Mark-
ng Cafwas, Pins,,Coat and Veft Butone, Laces &
Veils. Alfo, 2 cafes elegant Morocco Tea Trays,
new patterns, by the fet or cafe.
lw6w b' nov 1
Freeman & Cufhing,
No. 25, Stalte-treet,
IAVE received per the fall hips from London
Sand Liveapool- an extenfive afortsmetit of
Cotled;, Woolen and Sil ( doODS,* '
and pr the 'Kingidon and Jane, julltarrived-an ad-
ditional [ipply of the following which they offer on
the roft favorable terms-*vii.
White, pink and.lilac double, Sarfnets;
-hiack and altorted-Sewing Silks ;
black and blue filk Twift
halel sf olive Duffils p h i
do live, bottle green, corherau and drab Coat-K
-- giqs; do Rattirns; -
do black, drab, fawn c bottle green Caffimeres;
do blue Plaint; do Bombazetf & Wildbores
do B Uizes and Flannels;
a large affortment of common and fuperfine
Boadcloths, all colors; I cafe glazed Hat Linings,
&c. nov I

Crockery and Glas WARE. -

No 31, Marlhiro'-Street-
SAVE juft received per Juno, Orion and Jane-
a part of'their supply of GOODS-confifling
of-176 crares Crockely Ware; 5 hhd(s Glafs do
afforted ; t cafe entry Lamps; I do fireet do; 1I
do Lamp Wicks. Additional supplies are daily ex.
reted. eptf nov 1
Crockery Ware.
rees,have received per the Frie.dJip,julK ar-
rived rom Liverpool, a further fupply of CROCK-

At No.'24, India-freet.l
tENRY BURROUGHS has confAantly foro
ale, an extensive afflrtment of
Ship Chandlery, Cordage, Duck, &c.
'effes furni hd with every article necef ary in
their outfits, of the beft quality and at the loowe
prices. 6w nov I.-

Notice to Smokers.
JUST received at the corner of Winter-flreet-a
few thoifand of real SpaniO h CIGARS, of as
good quaiity as can be bought in Bofton. Per Box
or retail. ep6w nov 1

George Baylies,
No. S9 Long-whar, Has for.fale,
j'OUR hundred and fifty boyms brown Havana
I T SugHr; 20,000 lbs Havana Coffee; 12 hhds
Mufcovadoystigar ; 4 tons Campeachy Logwood.
nov 1

New Flour, &c.
RIGHAM & BIGELOW, have received
for fale, at No. 23, Long-Wharf-1003 bbis.
Baltimore fuperfine FLOUR, now landing from
brig Eros. ; I -IN STO aI-
Mel No, 2 and 3 Beef; navy mef No. nd 2
Pork, No. I and 2 Soap, N. Orleans Cotitn,;Havana
Cigars, 1I0,0001ba good Cheefe, o10,000 hhds.Hoops.
Nov. 1.
Richard D. Tucker,
A io. S32, Iailfreet, Has/r Sake,
NOW landing f o f loop Jane,
S20 hds high proof Jamaict RUM ;
25 tons Nicaragta WOOD. No. I;A

Frefhi FLOUR.
JUS aLrived, and r tow landing from fch.
from Alexandria-1100 bbls Alexaridria fOperr.
and Oak FLOUR, for falt, by JOS. BAXTER, J"n.
No.41, Lsfg-Whcrfj
Fort Aleandria,
THE fh. AGNES, will fail in a few
days.. For Freight oa PAIiage, apply as
AboWf uNov..l

John Parker De f Sons,
NA. 20, Long-Wharf, Haver nsabl,
'NOW landing from brig Vigilant,
300 boxes white and brown Sugar
217 Hides-200 boxes beft Spanilh Cigarr,.
Landing from floop Cat -Ann,

fu~it ereeivd-150 bags Green, COFFEE. "
Batavia, MartlnUio, Guadaloupe & Havana Cofiee;
HyfoAN,. Souchong and Bohea Tea.,
.120 hhd Cadiz, TurksIloand and St. UotSs Salt.
An Invoice of Glaft Ware, containing Deanters,
Tumblets5 Wine-Glxffes, &c.-
Whole, half & quarter Botes.Spandi Segars, of the
firft quality.
S20 pieces RaVens tick, .

,0 Bales S:urinam Cotton,
Caracc s and fiand Cocoa,.
SS Tons of affrted Gottenburg Iron,
A few Casks Euglifh Porter,of 6 and 7 doneF each
55 tonagLogwqod-200oodes prime Ivory ;
af EXCHANGE an England.

4 THE brig FACTOR, 14U tents iur.
then, strong Built, anl well found, only
18 months old. Nov. 1.
For #'ilmington, (N.Cs)
.nsafter~will fail by the 7th Nmmiir.
For Freight, &c. apply to SAMIIL
BLAOOE, No.23, .Stalesrect. Nov. 1

For Wilmington, ('N. C.)
THE fchr. WILLIAM, will fail in
all this woadkcan take 50-tonsFreight,
and has good accommodations for
Paffenges. Pleafe apply to the MNafer en board, or

SUW'E, B-rsq.E, o. 2v, StaTert.

Roelon o T~e~zir^. r'* aeg bp 'uctain.,

r. D w ib Fed t he in Afreae .o Varlable Sales.
JaL:,, caled. *." On TUESDAY and WEDNE$DAY next, ;th
TheOManagers haoeothe plefureof -nnounting and 8th Nov.
to the Public, the arivlof Mr. and Mris. DuO The S OCK ia 34,ra d fre' e,
frnt the Tteatren oyal Dablii b he Th W STOCK ion Tr ADE d hn'
'. T R m ... -* .rf l..ino' i. h sporting Houpel come riltisg as large a Stook'in af-
STO-MORRoW SkN1INd;" Nov-. A, 1 tortmedtand amount, aseverwas offredfor Tale in
Will be prefiened, the lvoi 'layti, iathre 4tA, this town, conflifing in part, of che following arti-
itderfperfed with'ffdngeidesh, &c. called tt* tles:-'
MO!r ti Ath EERn-' 16 cares tommosnll lnd fuperfine Prints, received
Written by Cqidletan th Youitgo per the Superior ;
Oth vian, -' -- ,Mr. Duff 7 cafes Book Mullins, and Hdks;
From the Theatre -Roal Ditihi, his. rftA appeat 15 do 9-8 and 6.-4'Cambries, andfanqyh Mulhina;
anLce in AAmeiEt. '. .. 2 .do London black Cambries;.
Kilmallock, t- ,wh -a m i *:barley. t do dArk Scotch plaid Ginghans
Bultazin Muley, i M. Vaughan. do white and brown Linens;
Virolet, Mr. Robertlcin. cafesafourted Pins and Needles
RDque, Mr. Fifher. 'Ho Gloves, Shawls aaieMantles;
Lope Tockohu, Mr. Pinkemo do Nuft's and Adelphia Threads ,
Sadi, .'- Mr. hersiard. do Ribbons, TAllt, Bindings and Ferrtts .
Ganem, Mr. Adams. do Diioties and Cambric;
Old Goatherd, Mrn Graham. 18 bale common, middling and fuperfine Broad-
Young Goatherd,. Mr. Stockwell., cloths;
Zorayda, MiTs Poole. 7 do fuperine double mill'd and middling Cafil-
Floranthe, Mrs. Doige. meres;
bales aflorted imperial Cor.fna and Bedfourd
To which will be added, the favorite Afterpiece, in Cords;
Sits, called do Swanfdown, Toilinets, and Valencia Velft
O AF AcR T -MO ROW`. y in gs; do Coatings and Plains ;
S A ''Mri do. Bombaxetts, Ratimets and Wildboresn
Frederick, e A r Mr. iDuff. do Flannels and Baies;
do Bedford Cords and Stockinetst
Difappointmnent. S bales heft Welf Country Cloths ;
M R. TURNER mO n t irefpelwfully .inforin .hi do Peliffe Cloths, and Flannels, plain & lg'd
friends and the public, that in coufequpuce of cafes Cotton HoAery;
the Carpenters not flithingf'noothingthefloor,and An Invoice German Crapeds, Tapes. Knr-
the Mafus Rnot completing-theirb'orkV at Byt f o lymeres !
Hall in feafon,l he is under the necif ity of plftpon. Also, ree edby the Suoerior atnd i- le, from Jcnm i'
ing his Exhibition and Ball; until Thirfday Evening Xnghand, on Consignment, viz.
'the 8thNovember', o r -u b 27 caffa Velvets, Velveteens and Cords;
9 bales beld fuperfine and middling Cloths r
FALL & WINTI'SCHOOL. I do bell double mill'd Cafftimeresi;
Thofe Parents who have maidepplication for thee 2 cases Cotton ShirtingS;
admiffino of their children to Mr. UnRiEn c'sFall IS balesy6lloW, red, green and white Flainnels;
atd Winter Sc thol, and others who wifli their children 2 cafes Buttons, afflrtend. -
inlfruited by him in (he polite accomplithrait of 1urchafers are informed thie Above Stock will be
Dancing, are requested 'to Tend them on Monday, fold tothe highefl bidders, on liberal terms, and are
the 5th Nov. at 1 o'clock the day the-School comn- particularly requefted 'to attend early. Mol of the
mences. r n, ., foregoing will 'be fold by the Package, the reAdue in
Terms as fuital, 5 di. at entrance, and 9 a quarter lots to fuit purchafers. Sales to commence at-9 and
No Pupil taken for a lefstime than a quarter. S block, and'continued until alYare fold.
iy In confequ.enre of th afternoons being fo Baker &f Bridge, aut'rs.
fliort at this leafon of the year Mr. Turner is undet
the necefity of. teaching in he haeoring, tntil fur '1'HIS DAY, at 1t o'clock, *
Dancing AcademoytSBuntfoery r b oWo lauding from brig Jane, from Fayal,
Place. i Nov. I ,o r a10 pipes real Holland Gin 109
Price Altered. ) do old Fayal Wine.
LADIES or Gentlemenr who will the Exbi- Cmeditfthe ibaral-andi mie hatefw at the ,ah.
bition, at prefent in the Exchange- Cnfw-f ows' Barker & Jriijge, ts.
Aefssembly Rom will pleafeto obl.frve, hat if phiey do -----
not consider the'Tickett worth 4 dIhlars each; in- THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
lead of 50 cents, no remuneration will be evaded. 1jfofe'N. 26, idia.drea,"
Mr. RANNIE b'gs leave-t'detail two or three Tn* fch n THENS, 'burthen
the course of the Evening'# -Entertainment. Any g built. Conditions made knows at
Gentleman throwing down his glovi on the floor,' trl g the fale,and inventory may he feen
it will inflantly return, and' ufe federal attempts to by applying to
replace itself on the ha_4 fro ph when it was ta- BAKER u SIDGs m .
ken-Any Gentleman throwkqg his handkerchief -----__
outrof the window, a dove will immediately enter -AT PRIVATE SALk-
the room with i -He turns l p a tumbler to the Jh The brig MARS, 154 tons btirtheue
ceiling of the Afembly Room, immediately on its g low deck.
touching it it difappears. Tep Ladies or Gentle- 4/.s -100o000 wt Green COPMEE.
men figuring what hundreds t or thoufands they a h
think proper, a dove will inflantly deliver from its On THURSDAY next, 8th inft at 9 o'clock,
bill the exad amount formerly figured by the au.' At Stire Ns 2, tHaeris's-r ding, Water-str t,
dience. tTLL commence the fale by Aunlio {of th'4
'Mr. R. will burn inthe flame of a candle fifty a following described Merchandize, mantifac
dollar bank bill, the umer f which' msay be ex- tred at the State Prifon int Charleftowt, of the beft
amined previous to Khe'r tir iae ah e; uadr hngu -ifns **a. W Bo-e --d --f utn
'reflore from the athes the fame billl' plated chaife Bridle, f nahe arfdbridto BIits';
To give a minute detail of .the deceptions intend- tug, harpes, trufs and thourough-brace Buckles;
ed to be prefeated on this occafion would fill vol. Stirrupi, Terret, Water-Hooks;
umes. R. Malringate hooks and tips, curb ChaitHs 1
Mr. R. on this evening will display his Vebtrilof silver and plated Rentalrs; .
quil powers perfecly different to what be ever be. silver and plated Haraefs Nails;
fore performed in thi town,bhe will throw his Ven- plated andh brafs Trunk do; tiA't Hami;s
triloquil voice into a tea pot, at that infant a young 1. pair elegant filver Spudrs; pad Screws;
child will be heard to exclaim let me.out or I Ihall Chaife Ornaments; accommodation Handles;
fmother, the child will no foner be out of the pot, 1 elegant Curricle Bar bell Braniches
than it will be heard in the pockets of many of the plated Moulding and EIather Han ds
gentlemen present; he causes the fame voice to be Cloalw Pins, Window Faftnings, flat Irons
heard in the adjoining rooms and clofets, and what Andirons, Shovels, Tongs and Hooks;
is till more aftonithiuig he will caufe a common cod, Card Table Hirgcs; Wiud w Spring si
fi1h to make a noife like hurnber ol' hogs; he will'i Copper bplts'and SpikeS, Shei'ves and Cogs;
caufe 'mmon houfe 'do to imitate a chicken,; Rudder Chains Windlafs Boxes, brafs Buttons i
and o is ill more tfigula, will throw his haife Joint!, bellows-top Irons;
vokieeato an oyfler, '^11^6fer will imitate a Turning Lathe, la* Fratmres, bit Stocks I
great number of diltefesii kin t'of birds. The An Brands, flump Joints, I iron Grate;
toniaton'will becprefented? '4et, Noficos Box.- Hooks and Hiages, Nails and Spikres, all fintes
The Balancer' a W IViri a'cefr wlperiformt, if Chaife and marriage Harefs,, Saddles
equelled by thqa dienoce, i idles, Martingales plain and tip't.; .
The whole ito conclud by a iitnhation of Shelty Circingles, Collars, Halters, cart Bridli*k
the piper, and A Biitil officer. Toabegin at 7,'clk. thorough Braces, Chaife add Riding fiddle-Titiel;
Admittance 50 cents; '"' i. .I 2 elegant fide-Siddles, Saddle Cloths;
Nights of performance Tlefdays and Thurfdays,' ockiing Horfes, Boots and Shes
until further notice. Ndov 1 Morocco Pocket- Books rid Purtes
T T E LT Cotton Cloith, benth Plains, hioving Filliftei
wi TOf mlliE. LivE-n, n lows, Groving,. Hollows, Rounds Ac.
A Nb immeiate pofietioni given-one of the Purchafers are afnured that the articles are eajuat
A bel ftaad rn town, for retailing Englifli Goods, to similar Articles imported- that they will be fold
Hard Ware, Ac. -Apply to EDWARDS & ST.. A without limitation, for approved notes at 6 dayi6in
GEORGES, CoYiifls, No 4, Courtre t, for terms lots to Cuit purchafers. The fale will coih lt ce at
ktsv 1 .9 o'clock and continued at 3 o'9l&ck foni day t8
S T NTo be L etA day until the whole is c fed.
A napoffeionn givep the 25th .. The editors of the Salem, Newbiryport, Portf
Conre rce, high, south and rovidence papers are reqeed to in-
A rooms on a floor,.n.xt the IFri9a-Meering- fart tht6 aboVe, and rorord theiir bills to Barkther .
houfe. Inquiry on the piremileI. e .v 1 Bridgete
O BE LET-A Tenemnat with bone Roomanid 'TUIS DAY, at i i o*ilock.
itwo Tiall eChatibers ble onlytoe a tHall At Jofeph Riplay's Offite,-
Another Tenement, of. one larg letter roon No. 5, India-Str*t,
Ahitable for a Grelery Store,fituatid in Middle-freet, 11 pieceS Raven's Diuctk
nearly oppofite Prince-firete "1Tnitre at No. 40, 9 bolts Ruflia Duck; '
Middle-fireet, ofWM. LITTLE. Noa 1 h7 bags Coflee, 1-2 heft Tea. Ait,
For NORFOLK and RICHMOND, 2 hdds Welu India Rum ;
e. -l The lteh REGULATOR. Jai. 4 pipes Gin ; 1 do Brawdy ;
"n b Crewtdll, matter. For Freight ofr I qr. calk LilbonWine; 2 oxes Suga' ;
ad rt paffage, apply to PEREZ BRY- A Scale lisal and Weights;
re o ANT, No 4, Mill creek-wharf. A Mainfail for a fch. 100 tons;
noV 1 1 nine inch Cable; 40 boles Soap;
Take Noi c e{ 47 kegs Tobacco; 2 pipes humpback bil.
will be fold at Public'nAut oh, t- TxuI-SDY ao ii 'caefrn m
pleorder-of the Ccurt of Common Pade fo th. TJrid ., RiL ASOS S;
county ofMiddefezon Monday the 3d day ds. Trhidad M0LASSES
of December next, at I o'clock, P.M. oN-the premi- 2 hg I Rum; I qr. calk Litbon Wine
fes. All the Real Eltate, whereof Jabte Rice, late 2 o avana brown SugA~r; 7 do do. white do.
of Marlborough, in faid county, Y1eoman, deceased, .. RIPLEV nai,.
inteflate, died flexed-via: The' Hosneftead, con-
taning' about thirty acres, with a Dwelling-Houte, TOaMORROW, at 12 o'clock,
and part of a Barn thereon. Allf-about tweuty At India4,treet,
acres of Land ying in Notrthborp gli, in the county 9, THpE good Ih'r. Poll e tf Sally,
of Wercefter, burthen 82 tort, witah ail her Ap--
Conditions will be malade known at the time and rpin partenanct, s als hre came from fe".
place of fale-and anatcutate flatement madeof thi I E J. RIPLEY, Au&.
incmbrances on faid Rea Eflate. THIS DA ftT- o'clock
rborougNo Z RICEk.Adm'r. the entire Cargo of the fhipLura,.
On THURSDAY next, at 12 o'clock, oaut t 19, oprm k Her sco, tonwill
itTILL positively be fold to the higheft bidder, average tupwards of .ls;tu: 'ch-fuitale for (he
on terms remarkably advantagous to the European Market, 25f' Hdrfe Hides in bares, 1977
ptitehafer, Calf Skins in do.; f;-s"libs. Hrle Ilair, in do-
That valuable E.tate in Neewbury.Street '2400 Natria Skirs,a do-io0,0o Horo Plate:-

formerly owned by John R. Parker. For further 717o HornTips. 8400tb3 Englifh Sheathing Copper
particulars, apply to Cornelims Coolidge & Co. 22 and 2-1 oz. The eargo is now afloat, and samples
No. 5S, Long-Wharf. The Houife niry be viewed of It may be feen at Inthis' Wharf.
one day before the fate. .c.:iin, i.-ral. S. Vf1E, al.

s9afe bp, .

T-IlS DAY, at is o'clock,
At 'T. K. Jones & Co's O1.
S' Kilby. street,
100 bags Coffee, entitled to deben-
ture ; 40 qhefls Souchiitng Tea,.of fuperior quality# Canton Sugars. ..

'. ,"TOoMORROW, at i o'clock,
S.t the Long-oom, India-Wharf,
The enireCargdo:f the brigGanes,,
Ingerfll, matter, froth, Canton, yvi.
'100,000' pieces flirt, yellow Na3rkeens
16,000 ps. C6itinany blue di,
1*90OO ps Company yellow ... do
6(0 chefs Hyferi&in Tea'-Good) SoueOtlegdo
120;dd Bohea-100 boxes Chinia ;
Cafes afforded Silks.
Conditions liberal, and madekn'own at the fate.
T. K. ones, & Go. aud'rs.
On SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock,
lBil/le Sold at Publie A.l,.lon,
s-tons Hemp, on-liberal Credit.
The place of fale wilt be mentioned in future papers
5T. K:. fyote, & Ces audrit.
On fATURDAY isezt, at 12 o'clock, a, alAo~-
200 bags Sumatra PEPPER, en,
titled to debenturt. Conditions liberal"

On FRIDAY, Nov. 9, at 12 o'clock,
-. Ont .ger's-.. war
To. Ech'r. ELIZA, burthen 185
SCondtif.., -, f ihe veF literal.
Ti K. JONE3S CO tit'ft.

Valuable Salt of'Calcutta tO0ODS, nr iA4 s6.
Otn THURSDAY nekts Nivrember g,
Will be i6id at the Long-Roointl, Idia- Wharf,
,326 Bales and cafes of Cotton and
Silk GOODS, 'entitled, vils. -
Tandah, )allalpodr. Ootdhead,.anutup'or, Oudah,
ManmmaraiLhpoor and Mow SANNAHS.
Jallalpoor: Chandaree, Muw, Meergungee. Gauza-
poor, Tandah and blue MAMOODIES.
Lucktp.or, Chittabilly, Calepatty &fiue BAFTA4.
Mammurathpoor, fine Cunmencilly, Soogapoor,
Ba'rilla. Foolpoor, Chaundpoor, Ocadee, Alibad.
and Johannaa COSSAHS. "
Company Idoubite .ttrabs SAWNS.-
Mamarahpoor, EUrboohlt and hae GURRAHS.
Pollicit, Sooty, Roinale, 'illeas, Madras, Compaly
Lu-ngee, do: Siftinoys, Choppe; and Bandannt
Check'd arid ftrip'd 'eettfuckers.
Blue Emerties, Shirwva 'Ctolthe, Chesks, Pathn table
Cloths, Da'cca Napkifts, Ltuckapoorit& Chittabul.ty
BLUE -BAFTAS-.SootyCaytdaries,India Ginghamss
I:Patna CAriets, Cu lahs, &. &c.
The Goods thay be -eiainined on Wednefd1y.
Condiins libeoal, and made know at th *tin I
T. K. JONES, & Co. aut'._1

Ftrrries and Taneftert takd Notice !

'T.O-MORROW at I ot'eloek,
At Whit well & Bond's Office,
S4 No. 5, Kilby-strbet,
1130 Pole Cats 500 kid Skins.
0 bates Nutra Skins.
At fivat Sale--Race Gtnger-Red Leatia
THIS DAY, at paft ll o1'tlek,
On Bray's lsha'rf,
o0 bales prime Upland COTTON.
Conditions at afle.
W"itwell B-d, aitid'ra.

tYd-M1ORROW. at 11 o'clock,
OppAfire No. n-, India-Wharfs
NOW landing, .
30 hhds St. Croix -R m, tn
lo do high irf proof Gin -
6 bbls and 2 hhdc. Cider Brandy.
Conditions at fa!e.
Wkitwetkl & SBbd, aua'rsm
tO'd-ORROW, at 12 o'clock,
va n India-whirfe
The Cairgo of brig Edwin, :Trofi St Peterburg, ,isa
30 tons Hemp ; 40 do Iron ;
400 pieces Rilla ao-ck; '40b 'do :Ravens do.;
S00 do Sheetings. CodIdhlion at fale.
THllS DAY, at 1t e.'clck, .
t4. fs. 9, Log- Whaf,
2500 lbs beft quality Pimento.
S7."-. Quini,, au&.
THIS lDAY, at 12 o'clock,
Opposite No. 7, India-Street,
50 pipes Valenda 'red WINE, of
an excellent quality--now landing from fchooner
Regulator=-lo,-0iO Paiuted Tilbs--by -
,*. *IPLEr, aud.
Rains And Corks.
TO-MORROW, at 11 o'clock,
At No. BT, LogTij-bhar, without referve,
g5i boxes Miffcadel Bloom Rafins,
in lots to fuit ptirchafers. -I
Altlu is Sacks Coiks, of a ifnperior quality.
R_. _D. WARDS, auS'r;
Ort SAT.T AY uei, at -, o'tlockc,
At C. Hayward's Otce,
STA;7 .8T- ET,
IRdo Raccoont SKIN r.
- Oh WEDNESDAY neAt, at 12 o'clock,
9n& she Prmiis,
All the Buildings ftanding on tmhe
Land in Court-Stueet, between the fllate osf Nathls
Johnf-n and Be fap's .MIle, formterty aledsf, JA
Buildings--tbhy will be fold, ir one or mure Lore,
as may fuit pIrclhafers-The whole to be moved
within ten days from the ftle.
G Burroueghs,,.
Oi. SAI'UKD.xy, 3d Novu. at II o'clock4
On fte f ys.,
A-Lot of LAND, at the weierly
part of Boflon, fronting on Wiltlhire-ltreet, noes
the I fate of the late Mr. David Wet., eoataininti
about fourteen hundred fquare feet. Termi, 25 per
cent ro be paid in catlh, and the refidue ian two equal
payments at one and two years. Any offte at pir-
V.ate fale, at No. 9, India-street.
.. Burroughs, jun. au4V

On THURSDAY, the ath day of November,
at I o'clock, r. a. at Public Auaiosa,
(If .ot presirsly diposed ef at private sale)
WO Tbirtt "jn comic. n of a Cetton Fadlony,
-y now hbildin. io.'.!" iey. in the .County of
Middlefex, ald'alsbo.stlftieK-an,;'e, frot Basin,
Said bi'.dingr firurjed onat good-.aeamof water,
and fuificiently larg. 'o elstain 500 S'pniiffes.
For particulars, m'i of- T. & W. PasEa,
No. 5, Dock-fluare, ts., or 2acrus GA tes,
at fa d Fadnry. N ,v I
To be Let.

A Corive-liectHOUSI,, Inned nlverett.
ftrcee, Well Bobs.I. latpire fit JOIN tillo.~
1LIL cd 14


The foll going L.Al.tif'ui lines arc copied from on
of tre bec.Jr. **n the weft fide of Kenfizngti
.Gaidens .-
White bravely fl! gglin in tit foamirig-wave,
I he fhiF-wrtck'd lailor op(s his tife to fave :
And, firn y clinging to the floating oar,
,\At length is waited to ftme friend (fhore!
SFor me alas! ni. friendly fire appears;
SMy ca s ncreafing faker than my years
Deprived of every charm that lweetens life ;
No ple.fing home-no foud. endearing wile,
On v.tiofe lolft Leaflt might, my cares repofe,
And ii her circling arms my eye-lids clofe :
But ove, w.helm'd by fate aud auxious care,
Myfilatter'd bark is driven to despair.

An ext--aordinary perfon has fprung up' at Park
in'the perfon of a *M. Come, a ventriloquilt, who
li-, according to his own account, has often bee
ei.'angcred by his performances. In Spain lie na
rowly efcaped being burned!-in Germany the pe
faits would have beaten him to death, (a circum
fiance totally unknown in that country.) efpecia:l
'at..ryeburg, where lie teafed them rather too muc
In another place LIe renewed the miracle of Balaam
afs. A peafant, unable to get forward with h
fluggifh donkey, fell unmercifully upon the poi
*aimal,'which at once opened his mouth and thu
addreffed his masfer :--" Has not God Alm 'gkty cream
ted us all equal ? It i time for us at length to chang
our parts. ldc-end, thin, and let'me mount thy lack."-
The peafant, who in the whole courfe of his life ha
isever heard any but two-legged affes fpeak, was e:
ceffively terrified, Iprung from his fGat, and ran
way, firmly convinced that his poor donki y w
pbftleed with a devil, the atgel not being diifcern
ble! -
,tA certain rich gentleman was lately complaining
in a coffee-haufe, that he had three fine daughter
to whom he would give ten thoufand dollars each
ynd vet he could find no body to marry them.-
"'With your leave, Sii," faid an Trifihman, who wa
prefent, (lppinig up very obfequioufly, I'll tak
1twie of them !"

Middlefex Canal.
EIttE Proprietors of the Middlefex Canal are no
,a tiflled that their annual Meeting for the choice
'of Officers, of the Corporation, and for other buf
nefs, is to be holden at the Hall of the Union Bank
To-morrow, the 26th infl at 12 o'clock. A pundqu
al attendance is requefled."
S126 Clerk of the Corporalion,.

Amoikeag Canal.
HE fubfcriber having been chofen Tireafurer, o
lL. Blodget's Canal, hereby gives notice to the pri
frietors, that for the; purpole'of making naccffar
repairs, an affeffment of fifty cents a fliare has been
laid and is now due.
'o& 18 JNO. L. SULLIVAN.

North American Insuranie Company.
THE Prefident and Directors of the North
;American Infurance Company hereby give no
tie, that the amountof theirCajisal Stock is 300,00
dollars ; the firlf intlalment of w th. being 150,00(
dollars, is already paid in. They now are ready to
receive Propolals, and ifflie Policies, on behalf of the
Company, for Infurance, to any amount not.exceed-
ing 15,000 dollars in one riflek, on Veffefs, Freight
Money,Goods and EffedIs, agaiaif captivity of per
fans,un the life of any perfon during his absence by
fea, and in cafes of money lent upon bottomry and
tefpondentia. By order t/f ihe ?P ~ydert and Dirrd7sr
North American Infurance Ofice, No 23, State flreet
o/Ion, oppfite the MaffachbiettsjBank. Oa 1 8

TrNFORMS his friends, that he hai take that
.tL large and commodious building, No. 12, Court-
Street, which he intends to occupy as a BOARD-
ING HOUSE-the situation is central and very con-
venient for Gentlemen of bufinefs.-Terms, reafon-
able-Traveiling firangers will alfo find reasonable
accommodations. Od 25.

T HE SUBSCRIBER refpc fully informs the
SPublic hlie has taken CONCERT HALL."
The Houfe will he opened THIS DAY, 25th
OboBcr, for the reception of Company. The Interi-
or of the Building has been relitted in a neat and el-
egant flyle. The Hall and its adjoining apartments
for the' convenience of private or public parties,
more eJpecially Concerts,. Balls, and Ledtures, are
not furpaffed. The literary and the faflhionableare
again invited to retafle in their befl (lyle thofe me-
fined and luxurious repafls they have fo often enjoy-
ed in thirsreflrt of taflle. The preparations for (0eir
reception are complete ; and the Subfcriber for him-
felf. begs leave to fubjoin. that no exertions on his
own part fliall ever be wanting to deferve and main-
tain their refped and patronage.
bc.25 ___ JOHN MOUNTAIN.
JOTICE is hereby given,that the fubferiber
I has been duly appointed Executor of the laft
late of Medway. in the county of VorfHlA, Yeoman,
deceafcd, and has taken upon himself that truft
by giving bonds, as the Law direds. And all
persons, having demands upon the Eftate of the
faid decealed, are required to exhibit the fame ; and
'all perfons indebted to the faid Eflate, are called
'Vpon Ct make payment, to
JOHN ELLIS, Executor.
.Medway, Sept 17, 1810. (Ol-25)
'OTICE is heieby given, that the Subfcriber
Shas been duly appointed Adminiftratrix on
the.eflate of OTIS GAY,
late of Stoughton, in the county of Norfolk, Yeoman,
deceased ; and has taken upon herfelf that truly by
giving bonds, as the Law direds. And all perfons
,having demands on the Eflate of the faid deceafed
are required to exhibit the fame; and all perfons
indebted to faid eftlate, are called upon to make pay-
ment to SALLY GAY, Adminiflratrix.
Stcughton, 0Oft 25, 1810.
-,NOTICE is hereby given, that the Subfcriber has
L been duly appointed Adminifirator of the El-
"late of Stoughtcn. in the county of Norfolk, H.,ufe-
wrigluht,decealed ; and hlias taken upon himfelf that
ftral hy giving bonds as the Law directs. And all
perfors having demands upon the Eflate of faid de-
ceafed,are required to exhibit the fame ; and all
.perfln, indebted to the faid eflace, are called upon
to anake payment to,
MUEL TALBOT, Adminiflrator.
Stonighton, OGs 8. od !5s
*'Ki OTICE is herebygiven that the Subfcriber
N has been duly a-pointed Adminifirator on
theEflate of JAMES CLAP,
late of Stoughton, in the county of Norfiulk, Gentle-
mran, deceafed, and has taken upon himfelf that
Struft, by giving bonds, as the law directs. And
all perfons havingdemands upon the Eflate ot the
faid deceaed, are required tO exhibit the fame
and all perfot.s indebted to the faid Eflate, are
called upon to m.-:e payment to
Stougton, OCa 8. scI 18

Mrs. Wydown's
Seminar for roung Ladies, Charlefltt'l.
RS. WYDOWN began leave to inform the hit-
habitants of .&fon, and its vicinity, that the
hasremoved her Seminary from IVoubrn to Charlejovwn
ne to an eligible situation on the Hill, near the Upper
on Meeting-Houfe. Mrs Wydown feels confident flie
has fulfilled her promise," that nothing effential to
the comfort of her Pupils fliould be wanting at
School, which they enjoyed at Home." With re-
gard to the means of Education.hi:r Seminary (hall
be equal to any in this hate. Mr. Hewitt is enga-
ged as Preceptor in Mufic ; and Mafters of equal
celebrity will be engaged for the other extra depart-
ments. R
Englifi Gramtra,
Geography and Hif6ry,
A course of Reading in Polite Literi-
ture, and tlhe ufe of a Library, -O.D.r.
Writing. Arithmetic amlt4he Ufe of the o p ~
Clabes, '
"fe Plain and Ornamental Work&t .
pn Boarding and Wafhing
r- Day Boarders, 25 periQ.
a- Day Scholars, 12 per Q.
Ooher 18. (ep4W)
's THISS DAY Publifited by MUNROI & FRANCIs,
i J NJ 4, Cornhbill, corner of Water-fireet--
a- at 1% Inflallation as Colleague with the Rev JouN
,ge MuaRay.; together with the CHARGE, by Rev
TnoMAts JONES; and the FELLOWSHIP of the
id. CHURCHES, by Rev Mr MURaRA. cd" 18
a-. Kine Pock Inoculation.
a' "'TR. WATERHOUSE is in Bioton every Mon
ld. day, Wednefday and Friday, for the purpofe
of vaccination, and may. be.fpoken with on holee
'g days at No. 120, Exchange Building. fhum ,1, to I
rs. o'clock. O & 18
-_ Innocent and Fafhionable
ke AMONG all nations and at all times, various com-
pofitions have been reported to by both fees
for the purpofe of improving and regulating the
complexion according to their ideas of beauty..The
modern world has not gone retrograde of their let's
civilized predeceffors, in the ufe of the various pre-
e parations for this purpofe which happened to be the
order of the day-Amongfi thele however, (from
the imperfedt knowledge of Cherifiry) were fre-
- quently thofe, which thought they might cute fonme
ctitaneous eruptions, were ultimately detrimental to
the fkin, which produced a temporary difcredit and
difufe of all Cofmetics. It has been referred for the
present tines, and for the ingenious aid fortunate
author of the juilly celebrated IMPROVED
if COLD*CREAM," to re eflablifli its nife, and to
. regulate and confine the adoption of it to his own
y invention, and fo far to extend its fame as to make
n it the defideratum of all the belles and beaux in al-
moil every city and village in Europe and America ;
the virtues of this neat little article are fuch, that, it
cannot but maintain its reputation: It quickly re-
moves all excoriations and roughuefs of the (kin, all
pimples, plflules and humors from the face and
neck, and by frequent ufe, clear.fes, foftens and
beautifies the complexion. For all galling or chaf-
" ing, chilblains, fore heels, nipples, lips, or wherever
the fikin is made tender by fritlion, this gives im-
0 mediate relief.
It is fo perfealy innocent,that a child might swallow
a considerable quantity without the leaft injury to
, the flomnach.
, .For Sale only at the Corner of Winter and
y Newbury-streets. 0R. 25.

No. 32, Hanover.street,
H AS received by the late arrivals from Liverpoc
and London, an extenfive affortment of
Fancy and Staple. GOODS,
Among which are the following,
I bale fuperfine Broad-t Plainblk do. principal
Choths, black, blue, &' double grounded,calcu
other fafhionable colors,5 lated to wotk for Vela
2 do. cont. low priced 83-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4,'7-
and middling do ; ar-d 8-4 wide.
1 do Caffimeres,: A few very handfon
1 do ftcperfine Hunters color'd Laces for dre
Cloths ; fes, turbans, Hdks. &
2 do afforted Bnnbazets, 'very elegant & bigh color
I trunk men's white, and widths, from 4-4 to 3-4.
mill'd grey lambs wool A few white lace Veil
Hofe ; at very reduced price
Do. women's fine white 1 trunk imitation Ion
cotton do. lace Clocks, Shawls, from 9f to 24
1 cafe olive asd black each.
. Velvets and Thickfets; 1 do. fquare do. from 6-
3 trunks cotton Cambrics, to 8-4 ;
Plain white, filk Laces, 1 do fpotted lenoMuflin
4-4, 5-4, 6-4, and 8-4 1 cafeColerain Linens,
wide; 11 do extra fine plain an
cobweb Muflins, &c.
Befides a general affortment of GOODS
fuited to the fcafon-'ill be fold by wholofale o
retail, for Cafhl or approved Credit.
Odt. 11 (tf)
Richardfon, Spalding & Co.
No. 63, State-fireat,
TH AVE received by the New-Galen, from Loe
.J1 don, Ann, Betley,and other late arrivals-fron
65 Packages of Cotton and IWoollei
S00G DS-
Bales of fuperfine and Calicoes;
common black, blue,Velvets and Velveteens
and mixt Broadcloths ;4-4 and 6-4 wbite Cant
Superfine and common bricks,
milled Caffimeres; 7-8 and 9-8 black do;
Superfine mix'd and gp-ey.7-8 and 9-8 Ginghams ;
Webbing ; Cottoa Shirtings ;
Bedford & Princes Cord ;Cambric Dimoties;
Satinets & WinlorCords ;Common ao;
Wornted Hofe ;" Fancy Mullins;
Wildbores,Bombazetts ; Furnitures;
Black, yellow, crimfon,Cortton Checks;'
red & white Flannels ;26 and 28 inch Cotto
6-4 and 8-4 Huckabuck; Umbreltas;
Tabby Velvets; '.Braces;
Superfine and commonBindings, &c.
Which Lhey offer for fale, by'package or piece, or
reasonable terms. S3m Ol I 1.

Minchin & Welch,
NVo 30, Broad-Street,
1._IAVE received by the Sally Anne, Ann, and
.1. other arrivals from Liverpool-
90 packages of Cotton & Wool
en GOODS-centifing of
Common Broadcloths, 24 cafes fpperfine, mid-
Caffimeres, dling and low price
Fiannelh & Baizos, Calicoes,
Toilaaets, Vidulets, 4 cafes 8-4, 7-4 and 6-4
Swanfdowns, Shawls,
Nelfon, imperial and 3 cafes fancy Mullins-
Bedford.Cords, Cambrics, and em
Sattinetts, Wildbores, broidered Trimmings
and Bombazettsi fewiutg Cotton, in balls,
cotton Shirtings, filk Malabar Garments,
black Cambrics, Madrafs Handkfs,
Ginghams, Dimoties, gilt and plated, plain &
Thickferts & Velvets,. figured Buttons,
Cotton Diapers, Pins, Braces, &c. &c.
Which Vt 1, n r- r- :- -











A Brti of 14 tons take a a
Freight for Bordeaux, if encourage-
sament offers within 6 or 8 days. A
.f Supercargo will go out to return in
faid vtifel who will take charge of any got ds that
may be configned to him. For terms, apply to J.
W; QUINCY, Ship-Broker, No 28, Long-wharf.
oet 27
The flip JUNO,to fail with all
poffiible difpatch-For freight or
S paffage, having good acccmmoda-
tions ; apply to R. D. TucxEt, No 32, India-freet
o0t 29.,
For Stle, Freight, or Charter,
-'Z THE flaunch faft failing brig ELI-
ZA, 290 tons burthen, ivill be ready
.-, to receive a cargo in three days.-
Apply to C. COOLIDGE & Co. No 5, Long-wharf.
O6- 25.
For Sale,
A new Ship, 230 tons ; three
Brigs, 137'tons, high deck; 20 do
deep waifl; 116 tons do.
f .sy ~Five Schooners, 60 tons, deep
wait; 74 tons, do; 82 tons, high deck; 85 toos,
do; 65 tons, deep waifl. .
An affortment of Cordage,Duck,Bolt-rope, Sack-
ing Bottoms, fecond-liand Sails, old Sails, for par-
celling; Ship Cliandlerv, &c-Applyto 1OHN W.
QUINCY, Ship-Broker, No R, Long-wharf.
od 27
For Sale,
The fwift failing 1hip LOUISA,
442 75 95ths tons, now lying at Bal:
atS 3 tirtmore, and built in that city byan-
experienced workman, and finiflied-in a workman-
like manner, of live oak and cedar, cupperfaflened
and cqppered to the bends, has made only one vov-
age te Liverpool. 1'Fr terms, which will be liberal,
apply to JAMES MYERS, in ialrimoie,. or to
LEMUEL POPE,jpu. Ship Eroker, No "3,State-
fircet, Boflton. -' O 25

Cook & Fofter,
No. 35, India-freet, Have for fatl,
Ii[VE-hundred bbis Wilmington TAR, in fliip
ping order. o 25
Frefh Flour.
S OR fale by JOSEPH FIELD, No 17, Long
4 wharf-
-' 750 bbls fuperfine and fine Floui,
from Bal timore and Alexandria, now landing.
opa 5 '

Ifle Shoal Dun Fifli.
India-fireet-10 qntsifle thoal Table FISI-H,
firfl quality. tf fept is3

Tar, Rum, Salt, Sugar, P aifin,
Englifhf Herring, tc.
F"OR Sale, by F. BECK, at No 1I, India-fireet-
O 300 bbls Tar, in shipping order;
d 10 hhdsSt Cioix Rum;
7 do old Jamaica do ; calk Raifins;
4 900 bags fine Salt; bags Calcutta Sugar ;
100 boxes brown Soap; o00 falt Bags;
1000 do befl Englifh Herring;
. 40 bales upland Cotton ; bags Coffee, Caf!ia
s, Indigo, Allfpice,Pepper, &c. eit 1t8
Jofiah Bradlee, *
No. 29, Iudia-fireet, Has for fale,
k 360 chefts Souchong)
150 do Hyfon TEAS
.32 do Young Hyfon

"htI ,'i e offr rUsa e ay te package or piece. 40 half chefs Bohea J
ortlVMztent. N.-B. They exped: a further fupply by the next 50,000 lbs heavy- umatra Pepper ;
COUGHS, ASTHMAS, CONSUMPTIONS, L warsZgnai. a* m fept 27 o8,000 lbs St. Domingo Coffee ; Entitled to d
&b, A U -R.- 45,000 pieces Yellow Nankins;
ROGERS' SAMUEL DRAPER, 186 caxfells New-York and PhladLOA
Vegetable Pulmonic Detergent. r No. 10, UNION-TREET, 40 boxes SUG :New-York and Phad LOA
'Vegetable Pu/i'onic Detergent. Has for Sale, 38 bhhids SUGARS;
tTHIS Medicine is prepared by a physician of this Li'K, Brown,Green+ Wire Threads, 500 boxes Spermaceti Candles ;
State, while name it bears, of personal and pro- & late Bombazetts, FieCai inhams 56 caks summer firained S f
feffional refpedability, who in his aclvertilements Wildbores, Elk & colored Ciambri, 17 caflks winter f(rained ro' Os/
affures the public of repeated inflances of cures Birds Eve Stuffs, and Cambric Dimities, 25 cats whale Oil, in shipping order ;
effeled by this preparation, when all other medi- Green Moreen and tBritifha Shirtings, 30 boxes Sweet Oil, 12 bottles each ;
cines had failed ; and that in the courfe of his prac- Taboreens, Irifh Linens, 80 kegs ground Ginger;
twice, and that of many other medical men, he had Women'sblack & color'd S White Sarfinets, 50 boxes No. 1 and 2 Chocolate;
never known a single inflance of an unfavorable re- worried Hofe, 4-4 lack Modes 6 pipes
filt. He afferts that the caufe of the discovery of Miffes do. Ancle Hofe, i Ribbons, 6 half pipe' London-par. Madeira WINE;
this remedy vas occafioned by his own predifpofi- Men's black and mixt S Black Crape, 1 s qr catik ) ,
tion to pulmonic affeations-which led him for ma- worfled do. Marking Canva.i 2 bales Goat's Wool,for Hatters' ufe; -
ny years exclusively to the fludy of confumptive Long buff Gloves, 1 5-4, 6-4, 7-4, 4, 10-4 8 pipesold 4th proof Valencia Brandy;
complaints, efpecially that of couGuos-and that his Habit do. S & 12-4 Table-Cloth, 1 pipe 4th proof Hllands Gin :
laborious refearches were ultimately crowned with Men's white Silk do. S Cotton Damafk, Caffi in mats.
complete fuccefs. white & blk lace Armlets, Ruffia Diapers, Exchange op London and Liverpool.
bor fale at No 4. Newbury-fireet-No 48, New- Cotton Laces, Napkins--Oil Cloths,&c. Alo, ladinSg from cbh. Harriot,
d bury-llreet-and No 28'; Court-rett. Price two Bvjlon, Oa. 4. 25 puncheons 1eterqra Runt. "
dollars a cake. 4m O 18'"Od&t25
Samuel H. Babcock, 'GiASS ROPE.
Pocket Book Loft. NoSamuel H B a, Ocx.sQ : G S ROPE.
OST, yelerday, between Taunton and Roxbury H[AS received, per the recent arrivals from Lorn- 0 Coils rass ope,
L by the Bruflll Turnpike, a Red Morocco don and Liverpool,a comRiefe aflbrtent of O .o. pe
Pocket Book, containing 194 dollars in money, and STAPLE ,GOODS, different fizes, or fale by BEMIS & EDDI
number of receipted bills, which will thew to calculated for the approaching feafon,av~aieh are No. 12, Long-Wharf, A/fe,
whom theproperty belonged. Whoever has found offered fr l on the mo iberal r Ca hi-Cadlery of all kids. (eptf) june
-the fameand will return the Pocket Book and con- or Credit.A J D AN
tents to the Centinel Office, Boflon, or to Nicholas 0 bales GUNPOWDER SHa
Tillinghaft, Efq. of Taunton, hall receive Twenty fortment india Cottonnas, Checks, black SatinsLuf- SALTPETRE.
Dollars reward, and the grateful thanks of the lofern ortmenty Baidannas, Checks, black Satins4Lyf SALTPEfRE.-
Dollas reward, ad the gratefulthanksoftheofer. strings, Sinchaws, French blk Crapes, Italian Sewr- LIJAH WITHINGUTON, No 34, State-
OR SALE, a good Franklin STOVE, fait- ing Silk, blk Silk Hdkfs, Tapes, Ruflia Sheeting i& t flreet,.has forfale-200 qr cafks!Infpedled A.
able for a parlour.-Enquire at his Office. Ravens Duck, 3000 lb Cotton YarnFa&tory Clofh, merican, Englifi glazed, Tower proof and Dutc4
&c &c. 9w .od .18 GUNPOWDER; a:few cafks refined Saltpetre; 2C

New Line, P rovidence & New-York Bradcloths & Caflimeres. Purchafersforfliipping, flfips ufe, and town flores
ew .Winer flab ent.. HOMAS FURBER, No. 28, Union-Street, will find it for their interefl to apply as above.

HE SUBSCRIBERS present their grateful has received by the Betfey, Wafp, and other fept 20 (eptf)
anH e d toCR en thebicfr grtefu arrivals from England, a large affortment offuper- Barley.
liberaknowledgments to the public for the very fine. mddlinand low priced Broadcoths and Caffi- ASH ad for AR
liberal encod, ragement they have heretofore expo run eres confiling of drab, blk, blue, olive, corbeau, S aid for BARLEY,attheBrewery on
rienced, Landinof States yfrom yo ntinue to run brown, eight ard dark mixed, fcarlet & greed colors. Leehmore-Poiut,near the Canal-Bridge.
the New tLne of Stages from Bonto w-o.8green cors. od8 2m
through Prof e en to -~A/f, bule light and dark mix'd Imperial Cords for
through e will Prvidncart from thee. pantaoons; fine and common mixed SattinetsForeft Barley wanted.
The Stage will" flart from the 13oflon Exchange Cloths, Drab Kerfeys, faflionable Velings plain
Coffee-Houfe, every day in the week, at half paft 8 nd twilled white Flannels, hionabe Veand finegs plain ,ASHpaid for BARLEY, by Tpoas ROBErT-
o'clock, A. M-Dine at FULLER's half-way Houfe s white and wnLite F ,lannels, ooarfe and fine Iif IS/ soN & Co at their Brewery in Roxbury, and
and arrive at Providence at half-pail 4 o'clock, p. M wht ad brown Linens,&c.lw3m O Prter Cllar,No 19, Merehants-Row.
Returtning, it will leave Providence at half-paft 8 A pt 1u 4m
o'clock, A. m. arid arrive at Boflon at half-paft 4, r.m. AUgUatUS Story,.
For the accommodation of the above Line, and On the lo/eer floor of the MaJaachufetts Bank, C partnierfhip Formed.
fuch other lines as may with for their affliflance, the STATE-STREET, HAS FOR SALE, THE Sublcribers give public notice, that they
Subfcribers have opened an Office, on the floor of A LA.RGE affortment of Ribbons, Satfnets, have formed a connedlion in bufinefs, under the
tlheBofton Fxchange Coffee-Houfe, at which con- Ca.1 Luflrings, Mufllins, Cambrics, Laces; firm of DAVIS &' SEA VER, and have taken the
flant attendance will be given; and where P ngers Beft quality of Italian Sewing Silk, filk Twini; Stores lately improved by Mr -Moles Davis, and
may make a fafe deposit of their Baggage,, CantonCrapes, linen Sheetings,CompanyBanidannas Meffrs Seaver& Woods-where they will be happy
VP The Books, for the entry of Paffe lc will Flags and Siflerfry Hdk'fs. ; to fupply thofe who have been in the habit of trad-
be kept at Mr. BRADLEY's Tavern, Elm-street,'and Shawls and Diapers, in imitation of the Caffimere; ing'at faid flores-and others who may be inclined
at Mr. GRANGER'S Coffee-Houfe, Brattle-Equare. Lcng and fliort kid Gloves-cotton Sewings to caH on them. Every attention will be paid, and
The Fare for each Paff'nger, from B,fllon to Cotton and woefled Hofiery-Stuff Goods ; all favors duly acknowledged.
Providence, will be Two Dollars. India Cottons ; Weft of England Broadcloths ; WILLIAM DAVIS,
Fach Paffenger will be entitled to the conveyance common Cloth and Caffimeres; WILLIAM SEAVER,
of twenrtypounds of Baggage. All baggage beyond gilt and plated Buttons, and a great variety of other Roxbory, OC6 10, 1810. (18) ,
that weight will ne carried for the ufual prices of Goods. (mn) Odc. 18.
other lines. .- Notice.
The Subferiber afsure the public, that no atten- John Wilfon, THE Copartnerfaip lately fubfiflirg under the
tion flhall be fpared to render this new Eflablifli- TAILOR I&' HABIT MAKER-No 7, State-street, t fim of GREEN& ADAMS, Woodwharfin-
ment worthy of their patronage ; and that fuch T7 ISHES to inform his friends and the public, gets, isdiffolved by the death of Mr ADAMas. All
bufinefs as may be intruiled to their care, fall be VV that hlie has opened and for fale, a large af- perfons indebted to the faid firm, are requefled to
pundcually and faithfully tranfadced. fortment of London and Wiltfhire real fuperfine call on D. GREEN,and diflchargethe fame-and all
(0. Paffentersin theEafiern Mail Slage,which CLOTHS-viz. persons having accounts again faid firm, are re-
arrives at Potlon at 8 o'clock, A. M. will be affured Blacks, blues, browns, greens, and green mixed, quelled to prefent the fame for fe'tlement. The
of Seats in this Line, for Providence and New-York olive, drabs, dark and light mixed, a large aflBrt- bulitefs will in future be carried on by DAVID
which flarts at half-paft 8 o'clock. ment of London Keilevmeres, princes Colds, Stock- GREEN, the furviving partner, at the Wharf near
ANDREW SEATON, ing Webb, Jerfev knit, Sattrinet, &London Veflings, Ferry. ,r DAVID GREEN.
DANIEL UPHAM, all of the laetel patteins-Real fafibouable Buttons, Boftlon, ecpt 110. od 15
Sofc.1, 0/. 8. STEPHEN FULLER, and every other article as good and as low as can oW2TANTED-a journeyman H;i 'Dreffer- none
f)' EBENEZER FOSTER- be puichafed in town; o.d 5 V' need appl,- without be is a good wbrk nan.-

Hard Ware.
J ceived by the late arrivals fricm I.rrerh, L-er-.
pool and Brtiltol. ;n exicufive aff crtniIul of
particularly feledled for Ccuntry I1 rade, wlh h they
offer cun beral terms, for cafli c credit,at No. 1:;
Dock Square.
i" Cuftlmiers fupplied with Fnglfhl Goods.
O t '9 ep6w
To the Curious,
OR SALE-eight pair of CA NARY BIRD3
Sbred in this town, lafifpringasd tlh fprirg be-
fore ; to be feen at the fliop of ANNTHO1IY C e(HA-
POUIL, llanover-fircet, near the Mill Bridge.
ca.ii. /
Coachee for iale.
A Light Coachee and Harnefs, for fale .fuitehle
for journeys or home ufe. ..ikeife-lhred
new bellows-top Chaifes and Harnefs. Alfo--e-'
cond hand Chaifes and Harnefs,as ufual it JESSS
MAYO'S, No. 20, Orange-itr net.
tN. B. Second hand Chailes taken in part pay for
new. *I .Od 11
Infpealion Office, at Charlest'iwn,
O o2rr 1'8, 1810.
T HE Owner of a Number cf Barrels ofi flies,
left at this Office, in the year, 180S, is to call, prove his property and take them awav.
'J NO. AUTIN, V1) IfTs.
_e Notice
To Merchants and Ship Owner..
M ERCHANT S and ShipOwners are refpeafuil-
ly informed that Lewin's-wharf, (next f.uth
of Hancock'i) havisig been recently built out to' the
channel, and nsir ipg,.od Onder, can acconucodat'
Shipsof large bhurthe:. %.-l. f1i aa:,i. 'cinveiiier.e
Dockage and Wharfage. Said Wharf heing up-
wards of nine hundred feet in length, and having
good depth of water at the whole of it, can accom-
modate finany veffel. at once, and ,ithrld. rtffig.snt
room forWiarfage ofLLumber Mahogany and bulky
articles that require to lie oi the wharf coinfiderablt
time. Therieis plenty cf floie r fome of which is particularly calculated foe' Slt-.
The public are relpectcully 'ifornmed that no esrt,
tions hall be wanting on the p.rt of tlie Iwvers to
meet the approbation of applicants. Pleale apply
at No 4, faid wharf.
Brick St-ore 'No. 40, Fifh-ftreet,
fnitable'lbr a Grocer-applyas aboate..
Bostone, Os-.5, 1S10. epim /
Valuable Real Eflate.,
FOI. SALE-a Dweliing-HOUSE, three floriead
high,with a brick back, has been built but a
few years,b andfcmrly fimnfhed, ihree rorms. on the
lower floor and v.-afli-room-five large and 4 fmall
chambers, two entry's and flairs, a good cellar in-
der the.whole, a!l new planked laft year ; with a,
building initable for a Barn. .The Houfe is con-
venient for one or two 'families, feparate.; a .large
yard and land fuitable for. a garden. or building l:tr,
which-is very pleafantly fituated fronting one of the
heft gardens in Bolonu. .The whole contains about
6000 square feet of Land, very pieafantly situated in
Hollis-flreet, nearly oppolitethe new Meeting-houfe.
--Inquire at No 53, OQuge-fireet. oel 15
Reeaf Eftate.
FMJOR SALE-one Unsdivided bialf.of,a FARV,
with.all the buildings ther.eon-confiling lof.a-
bout 40acres.0f Tillage, Mowing and Woodland,
fituated mi the Rev Mr Bh-adford's Pariih in Roxbu-
ry within 5 miles of Bofton, for many years occnpi.-
ed by, Mr Michael Whittemore._ Eor terms, apply
at No 2s, Pinkney-ffreet,Boflon. oa 5
For Sale,
A $MALLEo e venient DSWt. ,frNG H:rOeaf9
fituated -earr Craige's Bridge. a-f2 J S -..
two rooms on.each floer,a.good Cellar. a finmall yard
with asgood well of water, ciflern ,and out-houfes.-
Terms may be known by applying to Packard-
Garne,' iStere bounding 'on Cragies Btidge.
O 11.
S tll 1iV'eafiat.stP:t, containing two Rooms qna
floor, three flories.high, with a g.,od well of Water
a4d Aqueduad. Inquire of-NATH-'L DBIADrEE, juwsE
0o&. 11. r

-Shop -in Cornhill.
TO LET-one of the bell Stands in Corrihill-.
*rm Ppfficfion given in a few days. fnqtiire of the
printed s & O 18
To Let,
.:TORE No 36, Newbury-fireet, an excellmrit
Stand forEngliflh Goods, Hard-ware or Shoe
Store. For information apply at faidf (lore.
SThirty Dollars Reward.
STOLEN from the barn of -Stephen Payfen,'ih
Roxhtry, on Tuefday 'night laft, a frnall'bay
HORSE, about 7 years old, one hind foot a littfc
white, and a fmalh fpot of white on the back undo
the falddle-has a fmitch tail, a new lfaddlp and bri-
dle made by Mr. David C. 'Mofely, of Boi'on.
Whoever will fecure the thief fliall receive the a-
bove reward, on returning the Horfe, -&c. or-a
fuitable reward for the Horfe and Saddle.
N. B. it is fnppofed thatthe thief flatted towai
Providence. Roxbury, 9Ot 1-8.
O N Wednefday evening the 10th inft. from a
houfe in Cornhill-a GUN and Bayonet. The
Gun is very long, and the Bayonet is fixed on .with
a crew. Whoever will return faid Gun to the
Chronicle-Office, fall receive Five Dollars reward.
oct 18
O N the Evening of the late review, at DoretiA.
ter, from theflable of Capt Minot, near Ve-
ponfet Bridge-an elegant new Military SADDLE,
with blue cloth Haufen, and ruflet leather idolflers
trimm'd with gold Ipce, and Leopard 4kin. Any
person that will fecure the thief, and return the ar-
ticles, fall rei eive twenty dollars reward, or a fuit-
able compeafltion for any information reflecting
the fame-by applying to No 76, Cornhill, Boltomz
odt8 optf
"W7E the Subfcribers having been appointed by the
v Hon 'Yohp Davis, Efq. to receive and examine
the Claims of the Crediyers of the Eflate f "
late of Dennis, in the county of Barnflable, deceafed,
represented infolvcnt-Do hereby give notice, that
fix months are allowed to faid creditors to bring il
and prove their claims, and that we fliall attend the
service, at the Dwelling-Houfe of wiaow &.Eter
Kellhy, of faid Dennis, on the firf Tuefday of De-
cember, January and February, from three to fix
o'clock, P. m.
Dennis, Aug 14, 1810. odl 18
Tippet Loft.
LOST yeflerday, between Atkinfon-flreet and
L5 Charleflown neck, a large Sable TIPPET.-
Whoever will return it (o Ra ,lljSurgis, in Atkinlon-
fireet,fliall receive a fuitable reward, oe 25.

AT No 63, Ann-frcet, a Bank Bill-the owner
m ,ay have it again by pay)irg fr this advertife-
n:qt. O o 18





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