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Title: The independent chronicle
Uniform Title: Independent chronicle (Boston, Mass. 1801)
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Publication Date: 1801-1817
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 33, no. 2163 (Dec. 21, 1801)-v. 49, no. 3768 (May 29, 1817).
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S. Sec. 13.1 And e it frtwr'Wfn.-, That no wag- PATRIOTISM. received at the Executive office hav, vt+ undei.
o)nfestirc 1 're- 1l use, LA W S'. gon-.maner liall directly ortdirely be concerned With much pleafore we arnounce tht Gen. Hand, idcd hi excellency to puftpone his
--r -or interefled in any waggon; or. means of transport Hall, of Otario c,),wy, who commands the vifit to,) the two Wellein divisions ofonr militia
,"o. 1, Dock-squa, PUBLISHED BT AUTHORITY. employed in iherervice of th'eU.States; norinr the moftl weqerinly divifinn of militia in the State, -He hasijuft returned from reviewing the divi-
"R 8ERT ROGF.RSON, Agent for .M, LY purchafeor file of any horife, harnaf, waggons or and wlh received flia orders la!ti. has arlallv fions of geieralM'Iitoful and Tivigg,, and wf
.B4IOWN ac SLATERiS- Ors for Sale, AN ACT other means of transport pr'curedfior, or belong- noticed his officers, and called his divIion 'o. hetieve nothing fhoit of more prefing duties
erican MaUufafured, Stripes, To etablifih a Quarter. Mvfir'sDepartmen:, and fpr ing to the United States, except as igent 1, r the U gether. and his quota of Gco men) have vclun imuld hiae p evented him from proceediig
Ats & G.ghias, s hirings 4-4, 9-8 and other purpofes. Stoics. A r n ,- t'ered their service; without having recourfe to With the whole.-G-e. t our.al.
l a. tc Vetiselegant white BE it enad y the Senate and House ofRepresenta. ec. 14. nd itfuei ena That te pr- a dT.ft ; it is worthy of remark, :hat but one ----- .. -
^-.Sheelo44,^ Deni',cy Vet y ^^ K,"t./ -- / cipal wamon-malleir, fliall' be entitled to receive regmen of Gen ,(fnrl' bri';fi. V,.,e, T. r .r y!'.,; .Ch- F&_F S~i b E4..__ -
various fize ; A, 3Zand 4-4 Ticks, ti-ors of the United State of America i Ca...o..r. .teipas waizn-mailee, iltal" be euitled r reserve
~ao & Filliig, various o'ors, from No A to 30-- a .m/d-f, That'there be and hereby is e htablifh 'ed a fortv do r monhe, athel.acha'iggonwSn Fr day and r rn fe d th'so ble ,.e t ." lI-lhttg.on-,C;ip, 1ay.5.
fora:fromfoor .0 30-h^TLthere nd an0*h'by i, e..irhed aer tl al^ M lled together,.and his qota to he t.,^kn' .,,n, ^/shngo.Cit. Ma a..
s threed knitting Co ton, white and colored, Ouarter-mtiter' Department for the army oft thed. m tlhe brigade were Go me.n A atr receieihfg a
n covone whit i States, to confillf'a qu*irter-na"t er-,eneral, beentitled t6receive thiriyillars per.ilondth, twowi..- fiderle .tere.
f'fom No., 0 to 0o I.... ..0 rations per day andt forage'Ifor ore horfi."wam andal n iteorea tingadreE;s from er aton iear.-, We hmavetothe New-,1 ork prin t.drabe jterfdel
-, 1 1t.cm n, pint-."' ne hnff yellow,green,. f.-,ulr deputy quarter-maiters, and as many affiltant See! 5. c itfrter end;, That the quar- at on trhe -refct cifi.of r nation ti 'l"i affir, to ,h ew-ork print,, for fbm
S- r a r l e i. . '.t: r m n -e b i f y l o ,S c A d b t i r ~ r e d e l h t t e q ad a y s p a t t f o r a b h 'g i a p h i c a l tk e t c h o f t h 6 v e n -
bu te, briw-, lae, ohlve.ars atndhlight blue,fnulttf deputy quarter-mallcrsas,in the opinion of the Pref- ter-maer general be athrifed .o appoint one which did him much honor, 1.50 vmen, togetherven
nankin, black and white viewing Thread ;-white ident of the United Stale, the public fervice may principals forgemafer, and asainyaffifitant forage wih all their officers, flped ford and ten- etale Gore Citon. The materials are not
Flanels--lO-4 & 11-4 rofe .!ah.kets, ftperior o require; thequarter.nmafter-generalanuddeputy quar- a deed their frvicefor the bn.it f heir ad we hould fippoe there are not
.ugiilh-Ravens Duck-Ruft-lt Shcetings; 1 cafe ter-mafters to be appnhted by the Prefident, by and aiiter seed onetto each brigade, f e duty reiell country. Party feelings and potihical diten- .iant ng men quialifed foer the tarsk, and more
not exceedng-one to eaehbrilgade, Wofle'duly fliall country. Party f1`'eliiigs and political difl~n- ,vnigmt ulfe trtetsadmr
"R.T:es,afforted, from i 1 t, 25-1 cafe blk fewing with the advice and content of the Senate, And the he,underthedire&ionof the quartermafteigener- tions appeared to be totally loft, whenc the in. fa:milar with the hifflry of the deccafed veter-
8[ik, I do. colored do-black and colored Sarfl.-ts- alliftant deputy quarter-maltets by dhe Prefident a- al, or any of his deputies, to provide and deliver teret of their country called for united exer. an than we ca1 pollih'y pretend toi be, tWho.
white and colored Cambric,-black and colored filk lone. And he hereby is authorized moreover to ap- -ut orane necefqary and propie r forhe military tions.-Lyx. would take plafu-e in recrding the events of
andlctt, n -Idfs.--Idta Caliooc.-fine London point fach additoalnumber ot deputy quarter-maf- rvice of the United States ; nor fatll any forage h meritorion3 and well-fpent life. A sketch
cotton Sewiln, black and blue twift Buttons, India ters. not exceeding four, to be taken trom the lines cnceed in the LANCASTER, (Penn. Ma .-Capt. J. Gib fro ch a hand, we ould with much pa
C3ttons,morco shes--yelow Nankinm,, horn and or not, at his dilcretion, as in his judgment the pub- pma e r fale of any artile of fdragly procured fon has raeed in thesis borough and neighbor. fr or copy into our col much pleans.-
S, mricpurehafe or fair of any article of foivag- procured fen teas railled in this 1[ioro~tgh and neighibor- ere inferS, or copy inot, our eoitmins.
bone Butrss --fancy and other Combs, Quills, duffil lie lervicc may require. t qr-for or belonging to the U. States, except a an agent hood one of the fincl companies of recruits [We have been infath.ed, that Governeur
SWantedas above, a capable, fteadyMAN mafter-generalallbeenttled to the rank, pay and Se. 1. And itrtr en Thatthe i almof without an eceptior, ativ and likely ow an ilogim which he is to deliver, in honor
male-enra ltl benile o hernk ayan orte.I6.gndeited furthrenes. T th ri- alo wtwehotan e f ern f riimany ve and.likely a l owrs an tindes~iren Shicheitodlivta er, inch willfo
as s, iperintendL t of a Weaving Sheop. IV)ayv 74 emoluments of a brigadier-general, under" the at-t i roifh aodci uea
a perinendat ofthe twelfth of April, ore thousand ei hundred cipal forage-aaafter fliall be entitled to anid receive men. The great order preferred in the rendez. of the patriot dead, at tie aporoaching funeral
----and egt, with for for twoadditionahortes ;h forty dollars per month, three raritns per day and vous and the general department of the recruitsa procelfion and burial oblfequies, which i JOHN KUHn ...Tailor,det rtermaers, we taken from th forage for two horfes ; and that the other forage- are decisive proo of the zeal, vigilance and templated in this city.-Pub. Adv.
Nos. 1 2andl 3, STArTE-STnrT, line, fiall be entitled to receive fixty dollars per matters fliall be entitled to and receive thirty dollars general good condn dc of their u lancers. A 'T
,FFERS for fale, a good affortmentiof Broad- 1 month, five rations per dayand forage for two hor- permonthtworationsperday&foragefor ovehore Such officers as Capt. Giblifo will always AGRICULTURAL.
Sclotlhs, Caffimeres and Knit Webb of various fes; but it aken from th e line, then fuch additional Se. 17. Andbe itfurtherenatR d, That there (bnall obtain refpedt for themselves and do honor to The following article refpe1 nag the eciitiae to
ies oshut finetaken from tblackblue, grennu, adtinabe four condui"tors of artillery, who flia I be u- hizonr."2lul,,,i otyteateto feyarch
,io,vii.Superine Broadcloths, black, blue, green pay and emoluments as flitall be equal to the forego- befour cd rsf who l be ap their country. Mflard. is worthythc attention very agriculti-
olive, brown, corbeau, drab & mixed-Caffimeres, ing provision; the alliftant deputy quartermmatrers, pointed by the P'eident alone, each of whhonlm fliall ---l it.Imported Muflard is never p.-re i and it
black, blue, fcarlet, buff, white and drab's-Knit when no taken from the line, hall be entitled to and be entitled to the pay and emoluments of a hleu- CARLLISLE, (Penn.) April 29.-On Mondcay tomeinftances, it is nww/olefonme. 'Ihele ought to
Webb,hblack, blue, mixed anddrab's-buffwhitei& receive forty dollars per month, three rations per day tenant of artillery. morning ,latt, Capt. Daniel Hughes of the 1lt be fulfficient inducements to the farmer, to devote
fcaletlow priced Broadeloths,do Rattett and frage for one horfe-but, iftaken from the line, c. 18: A e it f er ena"d. Th.t this a* Regiment of the United States Infantry march- a mall part ,f his time to the culture of this valux-
ir try Buttons, for 4th and 9th Regiments of Infantryv, then fch additional pay and emoluments as thall tlall go no .operation on the first day of Ap ed from this place with fifty of the finef look e plant. But he has now the fironger induceen-cnt
and for the Artillery-fine white India Dimoties, be equal to the foregoing provision. next and that o much of th nxing the m- quartered at our arracks- of intereto incit his exertions; as the preenatle
(fai t e ap r ac -t ory peace eflabliflinient of rise U. States, ai ref- qe' e e e uartered at, nour Barrack s/.- of ,in tercf,,to Jie't his exertions ; asthe piefentf tate
g(fuitable for Military Pantaloons for the approach Sec. 3. Andbe itfirther enaed, That in addition tary peace elabliment of te States, a ref- Much credtis due to the commanding officer lof 'our foreign relations will prevent even the atul.
ingfeAfon)-Veftingsof various kids, andotherto their duties inthe field, it fhiall be the duty of the pedts the appointment of military agents and aflif- or t ue ee with which they terated fluffwhich has paffed by the nam of Mu
articles as fnal.. Alfl, Americaa manufaured qarter-maftergeneral,his'deputiesand affifantdep- tantmiarym agent.ae, han .i a hereb perform the completed evoutons imp d on tard. front being plenty it th market; and render
'le byt h Sert a y f.*. ....oe prfom.te-cmpltedv ,-os iipthe demand for true yaiikee MIfrard feed gi eat, and
Clothsofvariouscolours. 6i may 7 uties,when theretodireged bytheSecrnary ofWar e tinue to perti teir refed them for the lalt two months. Ana alf for tsu le pfit M rdfedgeatan
"" t ......e- ....to purchalemilitary stores, camp equipage ar.d oth- duties in thenmean tino and'nl the'derputy and the great decency with which they deported ts clure profitable.
Notice. er articles'equirte for the troops, and gnerally to the~e *'l'" hie'e^e It""" is*y unncefayt re.be T TO FARMERS.
ACO, COBURNeihas removed from ewbury- procure and provide means of tnorfor te affilant deputy quater-mafle fhall be appointed themfelves whe here. It s .unneceffary oe- Thee present appearance ofcommercial affairs calls
port to this town,and has taken the Houfe in mv,its fl oresartillery nd camp equipage. That and ready toeenter onthe-eittion oftheir re.f- mark after wathasbeen faid thatthe hoc for every kind of information, that can tend to lef-
erreet lately occupied b M. CARTEWhere tquarter-mater general el account as often as peive offices ; to whom the faidmilitary agents company u ere not only enlifited iu, but were en the inconvenience refultig from the want of
P e~ r l-tl r e eth e o i c t t hla t e lyp a to n acc u p ie d o fb y t o fM r s. 'g e n tl e m aR3 a l ,w h e 'r e h ath e q u a r t e r -m a fl erb geni ed a n d ue r alat l afl a llo eac co u n t i h ea s o f tenm o t sa n l l t o i i a y a e t t h n d l v r a l n t v s o h spac e ,nf th ea rin c o n s e hven ieene.r f l iu g f on t h e hab it o fo t a n
the'peWhoub lictores agndrort".11then eivr allefi n ativesfrm brod.Amnghheisurislfce.el
he folicits the patronage of thofe gentlemen, h may be required. and at lealt once in three months, and afllftin9t military agents lldi then delav al naves of this place. fuch articles as we have been in the habit of obtain-
way vifritBoflon frora Newburyport and elfewhere. with ithe Department of War, in fuch manner at the public 1ores and property i their poue r-T.t RE UIN ERVI ing from abroad. Among the luxuries, if anot the
He his'alfo.pommodious Chambers for a few on.- fall be preferibed, for all property which may Sec. l9. /adt < t ur eve That all per. THE RECRU etING SERVICE neceffaries, for which we have principally been d.-
Annilodgers; and he flatters himflelf that his ar- pafs through his hands, or the hands of the fubord- fons attached to the publicc fervice h virtue of this Progreffes here very fuccefful indeed. Already pendent on foreign countries, is the article of Mui.
ran togsi;both depadh rtments will meet the entire inmate ohcer, in his department, or that may be in ad Qhall be fubjedt to military law, except the has Capt. Buckner, enlined fifty fine fellows, tard. The Muflard feed of this country is lnperior
approbation of thofe who waytetor him with their his or heir care or poffefion, and for all monies deputy commifaries. fome of whole fires filed t heir blood in achee. to that Af England ; and it can be as eafily and ab
encouraeoent. Botln May 7. which re or te ray expeoffdio, and ifcharging theirs See. 20. And be it further enatied, That the Prefi- ing the independence and bleffings we now en- fuccefsfully manufaured here, as in any part'of
n.. -Ma -"w- rcfpetivc e duties; that he fhal be refponfiblefor the i dem may,and he hereby is autlhrifed in the recefs joy ;and hence we may infer that the young the world. The only difficulty is to procure a fuf.
In n Queen Tavern regularityandcorrecanersofallreturnsinhisdepart- of the Senate, to appoint the quarter maler-general, growth will nover flinch, in. the hour of trial.- ficient quantity of the .feed.
Indi ue T the Puba r mnnt,etardtht he, his deputies and affilr nt deputies, deputy quarter maers, comrflry-general, and Daily drilled and trained by their Lfficers ; and The writer of this article, having been converfant
HE lSubfct iber htormn hnisted taie s&n Bom- before they enter on the execution of their refpelive deputy commiffares, or any of them : which ap- drelTed in truly handfome uniform, their march- with the method of rating Mufltard in England, beg
Se t he has taken t noted Stad n p o tments ifal he fubmitted tke Senate at the ing imparts ammation to out village,and proves leave to call the attention of our farmers to this tub.
Jolds-laive, lately occupied by Mr. Withiuigton, ofices, ilia 11 severally take an oath faith.-hlly to per- next feffion, for their advice artil..pnfent. nimataiaiotoutvlgendpvslav ocllhettn
wich heiantently occupied by Ma Houfe ofEnter- form the duties thereof. next fionfor theIr advice a Lent a firong incentive to the augmentation of their ject. He,recommends thle following method of ul-
tmme nt, andit will be hios cto fe his utmo Sec. A, dbeitfrther enad, Tat there (hall be Speaker ofte ltiref p eentatl ve. numbers. Success attend them.- L Zynch. Star. lure. Sele ground that would produce turnips or
tiont efatisfaaqnion t.a ae h ths t j who ca.l on a coviffarv-general of purchafes, and as many dep- hemp, and that i, c!ear of weeds, Early in the
exertions to g fatifaaon t all th outy commiaris, as, in the opinion of the Prefident M H C WFORDent addrefs to the Soldiers of the Sec. fprmg, plough and harrow it well. Let two quarts.
hbim, and itc vwall be very convenient for thole who of the United States, the public service may require, Presidentoftbhenate pro tempore,. ond Divifion ef Ohio Militia, dated Chilicothe, A- of brown feed be feattered carefully over an. -acre.-
travel in Stager to put up at theaboveM etine, to be appointed by the Prefident by and with the pch 28,18 -APROVED il 8, Major-General DUNcaN M'ARrnu, after When the plants are afew inches high, take out the
place, where r the Bonton and .Hartfordm a advic and confent of the Senate. JAWS MADISON announcing the receipt of orders from the Prefadent weeds with a fmall hoe and thin the plants fo as to
Providence &New York, Newporiewter Burommrn Sec. 5. And be it further enafed, That it fall be I. --- for the marching of five companies of Volunteers to leave for each remaining one a pace of from 6 to ,
ine, New Bedford and BridgewaterBu n the duty of the commifarygeneral of purchafes,un- POLITICAL MISCLLANY. Detroit, immdiatcly, obferves--" I thall myfeblf hbe inches. When lower feeds are ripe, the middle feeds
3; tontreal,..Concord, Leominfler, Burre) & Brat.-h uyo h omfir eea fprhfs n eriiiadaey
t Montreal, Luoncorbrg, LeomSTAnFer, BooKSar kept, der the direction and luperviGonu of the Secretary of .. ---. oneofthem. Sh.-uld the detachment from the fee- green, and the top of the plant is In bloffom, cut the
dweboroe a and Lunenburg S TA, BOd t ar fr ept War, to condudt the procuring and providing of all We might be induced to believe, observes a fnd division think proper to honor me with the plans wirit, a fickle, bind them in moderate fized.
Btoand where t:ages pu I up an ACr RASI-. arms, military flores; clothing, and generally all at- correfpondent,_that.the-fedaiRia-have honeftS, command, I will accept of it: otherwise, -rwillc dheer- heaves, and put them in fminall arks for a fevw days
Boton April 30. IA -. .ticlesoffipplyrequiite for the mitary fervice of though minifaken views in theit;fy(lematic oppo- fully should my freloci,andmarch in the ranks."-This In this situation, the feeds that were green, when
ni -AriE n H TEL..7/l White the United States *,od it (hall be the duty of the fiction to the measures of the national govern- is but a fmall specimenn of the more than Roman cut, will foon ripen. Let the heaves then be care-
INVE TOST HOTEL....At rWhite deputy commirffaries, when directed thereto, either meant, were it not for their attachment to the fpiric which univerfally at-uates the patriotic citi- fully placed on a large cloth to prevent wafte, and i
Oak Grove. by .the Secretary of War, the commiffary generalof 'ENGLISH and inveterate hatred to the FRENCH. zens of theWelftern fedtion of the Union. conveyed to the barn, wherein a few days they will
A BRAHAM PiRCE tenders his thanks to the purcbafes, or in cafe of neceflity, by the command- If they would take equal ground against both be fit for threflhing.
numerous arid refpe.-able vifitants, who have ing general, quarter matter general,or deputy quar- the belligerents, it would difcover a little more The Bofton Repertory calls the detachments --
favoured him with their custom at the Hotel lately ter milters, to purchase all fuich of thle aforefaid ar- $ integrity ofintention ;" instead of which, they from the militia required of the several plates by The annual Arlington Sheep Shearing Feftiv.
kept by him at Roxbury. At the fame time he begs tile, as may be requifite for the military service of consider the murder and inipreffment of our fea- the Prelident, under an ad ofcongrefis, the "fir/l' it y took place or the soth ult. under the af.
leave to i-form the Ladies and Gentlemen of Bufton the United States, men, and the thousand inlults of the Briti/h, as csnfcription." Thii is one ofthole thfliallow and pices of G. W. P. Cusrts, 'Esq. a relative.of
and its vicinity, that he has jnil opened that new, Sec. 6. Andbeiifugther inaaed, That !,either the no efential injury," mere "puntilios;" while knavilh artifice., by which the federal Editor the great Walfington. A large company pf
spacious, and commodious HOTEL at White Oak quarter mafler general nor the commiffary general at the fame time they are unfurling the Repub. propofe to bring the republicans into difgraee Farmers'of Columbia Diftrid; apd the adjatente
Crow, being.fix miies .only from the Capital; and fliall directly or indirectly be concerned or intereft- lican banner" against the French, for burning of with the nation. It is true, that the term en-. counties of Virginia and Maryland, Meibem-
has laid in a.large'fture of fee for the enluing fum- ed in carrying on the bufinels oftradeor commerce, particular veffels, manyof them no doubt enga- rolling" means a conf'cription. The enrolling .of Congrefs, genteel fitrangers, &a. affeilble4
mer, with every convenience to entertain Ladies and or be owner in whole or in part, of any lea veffel, ged in an illegal and contraband trade with the of the militia is therefore a confcription. In this on the occasion. Many premitulmswere award,
Gentlemen in 'Itvie. Heflatters himself thAt from the nor hall either of them parchafe by hinfelf,.or a- enemies of the nation'. We are not at all fur. view a confcription would be as harmiefs as ef- ed on the exhibition of fbeep, wool and cloth
local situation ofthe place,its proximity to the cap- another in ttuft for him, public lands or any other prifed that federalifm has gained a little tempo- fentially neceffary. But the Repetory thinks f flperior excellence. The company were
ital, the beauty ofthe road leading thereto, together public property, or be concerned in the purchase rar fucces at the late eleion; indeed, it the people will conne the idea of the detach- invited by Mr. Cutis to an elegant dinner ferv-
with the convenience in warm weather of riding ordifpofal ofanypublic fecunrities of aly faite,or of would be wonderful,.with all its cunning, in- ments form our militia with that of Bonaparte's ed up as ufial under the fpacious marquee of
from thefu.ter its median, will induce may t i e k r a h n rgue and ether, b he condition, and that this aviation odeas int at which he fi b y
vifi~t this be~iutiftil 'place which nature has foddeco- any emol'ument or gain fo'r negociating or tranfaelt- tiurotle, adtfimnesl, t(gthe r ,a af fwhit h the p will renderip the callndutontthis miloitia of the fars Wthe Hn..Tondg at hch, he efiedanftd J.by
rated a to eave.othing for art to attempt. It ison ing any bulinefs inthe faid department, other tnau /"r < e tier, ( real cati o Which the will render fie call upon thenilita ofthe (tes t Jde rnhGv.Le and J. C.
the road to Squantumn, at the distance of a mile and what fliall be allowed by law ; and if either the laid federalifts take pains to keep out of light,) if odious. Nothing but a profound contempt for Herbert, Eiq. as Vice-.Prefidents ; Wmin. Herbert,
a half. Thofe who refqrt to this ancient feat of a- quarter maolter general or commiffary general hall the weak and ignorant were not deceived by the intelligence of the people could have ldu- Efq. Prefident of the Alexandria Wafhingte.
mufemenit, either on land or by water, will find it to offend againflt any of the prohibitions of this act; them ; but the frenzy will not llft long; let the ced Dr. Park to fuppofe thattheycould be thus Society, an old and very dear friend ofthe de-.
their advantage to coutradt with Mr. PtEtcE for the parties'fo doing thall, upon convicion, forfeit government take its firm attitude. let the Pref- impofed upon by mere words. Every man ip parted General, beiug at Mr. Cultis's a right
everything necetfFrvy to be delivered on the fpot, to the Ui.Statea the penalty of three bthoufand dolls. ident make a manifetto to-the-fnation of the ex. this country, who has read newspapers for a few hand.
conveniently and juteciouflv arranged. A few and may be imprifontd for a term net exceeding adt situation in which the country is placed, as years paflt, knows that the confcripts of France
Gentleman Boarders alfo may he accommodated, five years, and (hall be removed from office, and be it refpeds bth the belligerent nations ; and the are designed to carry or. the foreign wars of an A federal paper has had the candor to bring
N. B. :hlell fifli ofall kiblds, as well as every other forever thereafterincapableofholding any office uin- energies of the Republicana, not only in this ambitious depot; and that they conftitute his to light thle following worthy action of a manf
kind of lih known in our waters, will be procured der the United States. State, but throughout the UiloN, will difplay landing armies in peace aswell as in war. On who for years pait has boldly withflood the tor-
at the lthorteft noice, as allfo turtles whenever they Sec. 7. And be it further enabled, That the falary themselves in fuch a manner, as to filence the the contrary, detachments and drafts of the mi-. rents of abufe which have been heaped upon
r.mn be bought in the market, and dreft in the beft of the commiitrygeneral of purchafes hflall be three clamours and opposition of afamion, compare. litia of the United States.are intended only for him by thole preffes which the friends of his
manner. Gw april 23 thoufand dollars per annum ; and the compcnfation tively fmall, when we take into view the im. their own internal defence, or for military ope- Britannic majesty fee fit to support in this coun-
to a deputy commiflary fliall not exceed two and menfe population and Republicanifin of the U- rations within the territorial limits of the union, try.
ECONOMY. one half per centum on the public monies difburlfed nion. -- The Prefident and Congrefs do not pretend to That there is fill inherent a (hare of benign
E Subfcriber refpectfully folicits the attention by him, nor in any inftancethe fum of two thuufand BRIBERY DETECTED. poflefs the power of compelling the militia to virtue in the modern heart, coequal to the fub-
OT the Public, to his new ard useful Apparatus dollars per annum. JOHN MARTIN, indicted fur offering bribes march beyond the limits of the country. They lime hiloric traits of ancient magnanimity, a
for Cooking, recently erected in tle Province houfe. ec. 8. Ande itfurther entered, That the commiT- to Silas Holmes and Nathaniel Cole, Eqrs. do not, they will not require them to do fo, ex- recent family tale will tell. The heirs of Rich.
farebry 3h e-okAfeby ihceti rvn otaivdn eeysfre ard Bache, efil. were his fix furvivingchifldrenl.
This itiveation combines more advantages than any .ary general ofpurchales f(all,before he enters up- members of the New-York Afrembly, with cept in driving out an invading enemy's force, ard Bacne,elq. were his fix furving children.
ether yet offered to die Publ!ic, as one fire perfects on his duties, give bond witlh sufficient furety to be intent to influence their votes in favor of the it should be requigte for the militia, to render On their meeting for the purpofe of partition,
at the fame unie, every branch of Cooking,namely, approved of by the Secretary of War, in the film of Britih, or Six Million Bank has been tried at the expulsion of that force, complete, to go be. ing thcil equal shares, they mutually agreed tb
B],kiuig, Boilring, Roalling. Frying, S&c. at the faiie fifty thoufand dollars ;attd the deputy commiffaiies Biyo i ilo akhsbe re tteeplino htf ccmltt ob.alwterfu ehwteln fterds
Biki i, Bfiling, Roataing., Frying, &c. a ndther pur- each in the y rnofs thousand dollars, with com ndi-e the court of Oyer and Ternri ,-, found guilty, yond the American line. And the fafety and allow their four nephews, the fans of their de
ime itf e .-. eotwa tdhiigandoitherpur- ein for the faithful Peft oade of til duties of and sentenced to T EN YEAiS hard labor in .choice of the militia themselves would induce ceased amiable brother, Benjamin Franklin
potes. ,Svin7 ,extlpelieht great difideratum in newer their off trepei lively, which b nds od all helodg- the public prifon of that State. A friking and them freely to march beyond our limits in fiuch Bahe, an equal, or a seventh part. Thus did
'.aventio., of dobiehic economy, herng lo complete- ed with the Comptroler of the Treafry. falutary example to all who may hereafter at- a cafe. Thereis not therefore the least analogy a firoke of lightning drawn by virtue of t-be rod
y ffe&d byhele wolsfnpereles the neceltyof Sec. 9. Andbe itfurter ea&d, That from and af. tempt to effed finiler obje8 by bribery and between Napoleon's confcriptions and drafts or of their grandlire, eleify thefe boys into a
puffing them to a decinng public, the proprietor terihe tat day of May next,fo much of the at en- corruption. Meffrs. Holmes aud Cole weye cited detachments of militia. Thefe latter have been handfume competency While thefe heirs were
wll only efihopiono many excellent judg- t An at to eabli the office of purveyor of as witneffes, who proved the fact beyond dif authorized under every American adminilftra- affembld, a thunderbolt aflailed them : they.
led, whoA 'haveto exalifiteeoficeoeiurvyorofinweepaleP nnedforaawilehIt wasnotf .
,ng of aveeanncd their prnpc, hat .e public fipplies," as relates to the appoPitmint and pute. To Mr. H. ie offered soo dollars and a tion ; the nation could not be fafe, they could were all unned for a while. It was not frm
goft elalon. stwoudmendiffutl t onyfervices of a purveyor or public fupphlies, bhe, nd the handfbme prefent ; to Mr. C. so300. He alfolb not exit, without them.-Balt. Am.ner. J o Ia fm I a D ,
Sfifty p dea thi fame is hereby repealed ; and in the mean tine, the confeffed that at the infiance and request of and which does credit to his head and heart-
Slleointo ral and completeitsora- purveyor hall deliver over to the commifary gen- he had made corrupt overtures to no FLORIDA. and Ihould throw an eternal vil over his former
tn, thi,e wlhn mayv wi to examine its principles cral or one of his deputies, the public trutes and lefs than fix members of the Affembly, includ- Very different opinions are entertained rela- ins.
aid- -e are invit yw cal at No t24 Marboro'- property of all forts in his pofellion, who fliall re- ing the two gentlemen above named. tive to the agency of the United States in the In that ktter, he gave up his whole inherit.
areet,'here itn tocl an ud fort ceipt to him for the fame. revolution of EaRt Florida. We have been ange of the teal cflate, which hewas leized with
ees rArthe a p t r ftdinventin winay Sec. lO. A/d be itfurter ena" d, That all letters & HIt^, al fading federal informed, from a force highly refpectable,, that did belong to his predeceflor, to there boy,
butt a theretime in Bton he fblicits thoe who may packets to and from the quarter mailer general and That Capt J hn Henry, while-in Windfor fayss a that it was commenced without the authority averaged to be, at leafr, now worth twenty
wth to avail thcmfdivc. of its beefit, to be fpeedy commiitary general, (hall be free from pottage. Vermont paper) was looked up to by lederalifts or knowledge of the Pretident ; and that the. thousand dollars. The children, thus, by there
ire their application.' ago JOHN MORRIS. Sec. 11 And 1b i futiher enaard, That, there be as an oracle; uo man who refided here at that time determination of Government was not to take gratuities, when they become of age, willdividf"
... ....-- __ allowed for the compenfation of tle necefiary clerks will ferioufly deny-Did he na.'go forward and take fi72ffitn of the country, unlefs it *were about to about one hundred thousand dollars. They
Bake--Houfes. in the quarter maler general's nofice, a fum not ex- the lead in nthic attempt to prt re procure a Charter for a (pidff W b a forein power. Having made have appointed colonel David Lenox, now pre-
ceeding lifteen hundred dollars a year; and for the private bank? Was he not the moo nfficimus and n eparation for the evert, our Executive is fident of the late Bank'ef the United Stateg,
"'aO BK. LE'--two liake-Hf fles, a Dwelling- compenf.ation of the Clerks of the commiffary gen- aatve in their fociety meetings, Was he not fre- ved n u lexity b this ill-timed their guardian.
.1 Houfe agd Store, all conneael, forming one eral, a firm not exceeding feventeen hundred dollars tuenfly cholen their Moderator?. Ws he not car- zlvo "n muc ipr d th fafet f th -
cffthefirft of 'd' htilutnets oilel n fln' flamurealing per anum, with fisch books and (lationery a may reffed courted and almo(1idolized bya majority of adt pea noter f oup : ald expod toemit Corre Sthe. -Mr. Ellic-thas at length
.and extn~ime lp 1Bre,,d. aId fixown Baking.-- be neceflary to the quarter naiaer generals and corn- tedealtifos in t! i, vi a e, as rnuch fo at lealt. as any nten fonter f emi- lis rpore tiheErvoecu-r.ieolhav ,t;o lethe
.."jah pa!< ihfe has twu \are o ens filed on a ntc i. .t In a nent dager, nade his report i thye Etxecutive relative to tne
..n^ .wpa o ^ ig y'whicn lesto half th e.!2 ,db.i "" *''^rtbren^d Thiat the quar- wod a.he no, (afte cuehtiga ^lwno The gusrnets efil of the l^raosft.- di^l ute b undar between thi 8tr ad
*^flal.fuel is required. i,,d much lbc~r l,,vc~d, her.iles ter-malfer sgone a', he authorifed to appoint a prmn- unprovoked oust" ge on a drunken criminal whilee in- "tati~n, of Cot. Smi~h a,.d hi. party" at Picolata, Carolina. He finds-the 35th degree of North,
bdela by thl.; ne, t.tn,-,uf,.lly lafe agai,,( fire--The ca waggon-n-alter,aand as many waggnt ,.iltet., cufiody of he olhucr ) advocated attd supported in shouldd the Brltiflt land troops iN that quarter;-- atit.,de to be on the top of Chatooga moon.
"ou'e has J..:ght Riooms. For further particulars, as he ray. judge neceT~arv for the fTvece of the hiss inhuman barhariry ? And inmcad of heing n d taking into view at the fame time our own tun, about :. mi lonth cf the place fixed on
I-lquihe of :he Printers. may 7. army, not exceeding one "to each brigade, whole bound over for trial before the proper tribunal, was weak and defencekfs condition in theneighbor- by Mr. Sturges, late Surveyor-General, and a-
....... ... -- duty f;l; he, under the direction of the quarter- he not/fr/y exam ned, and after a mock.trial, di- ;, hotd of Florida, has, we learn, determined to bout eight or nine miles fourth of the camp of
1o be Let, matter general or any of h s den'-ties, to provide charged on payment ofa firall fine ? And was not call for about a thousand volunteers, to hold thecommilfioners appointed to ma'k the divid-
TW O genteel and convenient brick holes on and condua the wasgg. m and other means of tranf- thils lenityi shown him on account of his zeal in poli. | themfelves in readiness to march at a moment's iMg line between the two Saates; confeqnently,
i learrnt-ftreera .i one on Walts'ngton-flreet. port necefl'ry and proper for the mihtary fetvice 1tics, antt his dctifjatitn ofa. ref.ullicM goemrme.t ?! warning. The fare considerations and the fie- we have no claim to any part of Walton
Snqtuire of Ephraim Ma. dh, PleaHint-ttreet. may 7. of the United State, ( "[Ir Rep queincy and importance of the publicdifpat(kh:a County.-Grer. ;ur.


THURSDAY, MAY 14, 181.


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IN SENATE-WEDN DsOAY, May 6.
The b;li for the relief of the inhabitants of Ven-
ezuels, h.viitg been icp'irted wi'hoaut apiendr.te.',
Was ordered to be re.d a third i:hne.
The bill for :th be tler re'nla>ti'n of the ord-
nance," amnd thei bi!l maktn;t ,ucther provillon lotr
the army of the U. States," wee read a feco;nd
time, aitd referred to NVIliis. Andciltu, Snithl, it
2Md. and Varnunm. I
The bill to admi: the entry of veffels of the U.
States on certain conditions, was read a third time
and paiffed.
The bill for the relief of John Thompfan ; the
bili to alter and erlablilih certain poftroads; the bill
for thie relief of the citizens of Venezuela ; were
read a third time and p:ulld.
On motion of Mr. Lloyd, that the report on the
memorial of the merchaitas of Biotun praying for
leave to withdraw their property frim G. Britain
amrJ hTer, eTteterc~tuagwai,- referred to a coan-
Smittcc, wih infilrntions to bring in a Bill for the
relief of the I'etitioners,
Mr. Smith, of Md. moved, that the further con-
fideration thereof lhe postponed to the firfi Monday
in June net., It was determined in the affirma-
t ive as follows :
"for the psutponement-Meffrs. Bibb, Campbell,
of Ten. Condit, Crawfoid, Cutts, Giegg, Leib,
Robinf-m, Smith, of Md. Smith, of N. York, Tait,
Turner, Varnunm.-13.
Agaitill jt--Meffrs. German. Gilman, Goodrich,
iorfey, Lloyd, Worthington-6.

'~auvas D v, May 7.-The bill to admit the entry
of veffels of the U. S. on o.gain conditions, was read,
. a third time and paffed.-.r
The bil; from the Houfe 'to annex a part of Wellf
Florida to the Miiffllihppi Territory," was read a
second time and referred to Meflrs Campbell ot Ten.
Bayard and Tait.
The hill for .the relief of Thomas F. Reddick was
alfo ordered toa third reading.
'The hill to incorporate the Truflees.of Wafliing-
ton College, was referred to MeffrsDana, Worth-
ingtoil & Brefit.


FRIDAY, May S.-The bill to amend the ad to
eftablifi a Quarter-Mailer's Department was read &
ordered to a second reading.
The bill for thiebetter reolnation of the Ordnance ;
the bill to annex a part of Weft Florida to the Mifi-
ilippi Territory ; and'tie bill making further pro-
vifion for the army of the United States, were ecn-
fidered as:in committee of the whole, and feverally
ordered to a third reading.
The bill for the relief of Ninian Piunkney was read
a third time and paftd.
Mr. Pope fabmitted the following motion for cori-
llderation :
Whereas', the condud of the French government,
in failing to make compensation for the property of
the citizens of the United States, feized and confif.
cated under .lbeRambouillet decree,in the year 1810,
in excluding from France, by enormous diferimina-
ting dunes, our tobacco and cotton, the principal ar-
ticles of export in the, southern and fouth-weltern
parts of the U. S. contrary to our juft expectations,
authorifed by the affurances of her minister; befides
granting licenses to carry on a trade from certain
ports of the U. S. fo difrefpedtful to the feelings, fo
derogatory to the fevereignty of an independent ,na
tiaa ; and the recent and repeated aggrefifins of her
public 4dd private armed veffels, on the lawful com-
inerce of the U. S. demand, from the impartiality,
honor and dignify of this government, a difavowal
of the arrangement made with her, which took ef-
fe-t on the -2d day of November, 1810, a ineafure
calculated to infpire general confidence and refpect,
and to convince every true American, that the ob-
jedt of his government is to unite the people in a
, manly American effort to refifllforeign aggreffion -
And whereas, many of our citizens, under an expec-
tation or-at leaft a hope of a change in our relations
with" Great Britain, have, in the courfe ofctride, ac-
quired property abroad nrotv admiffible by exifling
laws, into the United States, the importation of
which it is reafonab!e and expedient to permit ; ex-
pedient, becanfe it will not only prevent injuries and
loffes to many of our citizens, but aid our finances,
c eapenthe public supplies, until a fufficiency can
be procured ofhome manufacture, and leffen the
neceffity of internal taxes to carry on the war in
which we maybe engaged with G. Britain i
Therefore, :Refoted, That the ado, entitled An
ad concerning the ccrnmercial intercourfe between
the United States and Great Britain and France and
their dependencies, and for other purposes," paflTed
on the firft of May, 1810, except the feation
thereof, all the force and effect of the Prefident's
proclamation, iffied in virtue thereof on the
diy of in the fame year ; and the adt, en-
titled" An ad fupplementary to the adt, entitled
"An a& concerning commercial intercourfe between
the United States and Great Britain and France and
their dependencies, and for other purl'ofes," pafled
on the fecond day of March, 1811, ought to be re.-
pealed, annulled and fet afide, and that a committee t
be appointed to bring in a bill for that pnrpofe.
p
HOUSE-OF REPRESENTATIVES. fi
TuEsnAv' May 5.-Mr. Wright from the com- b
amittee on Military Affairs, reported a tiil relative fi
to the defence of Ports and 1-larbors. [This bill Ie
authorifes the Secretary of the Navy to make ex- H
periments of Mr. Clark's invention, and appropri- p
rates money for that puirpofe.] Read twice .and it
referred to a committee of the whole Hotfe tor to-
morrow.
An engroffed bill making further provision for
the arny of the U. State, was riad a third time and in
paffed. co
A bill from the Senate for' playing out a road from fo
Cumberland in Maryland to the State of Ohio, was th
read a third time and paffed. ha
in
W nED Es DA, May 6.-Mr. Bleecker presented a an
memorial by nearly 800 citizens of Albany, (N.Y.) ar
complaining of the grievous operation of the em- co
bargo. The petitioners were of all political denom- tin
?nations, many of whom, were the war-neft friends ar
of the government. He wiflied it referred to a ut
feledt committee. be
Mr. Rfiea faid the embargo was, no doubt, af- Tl
fli1ing to a great portion of our citizens.; hut it fla
was equally burthenfome to the southern and well- ifli
ern country as it was to the inemorialifls; yet they ly,
bore it with filer.ce. He believed the mealure was an
approved of by the country generally. He there- tha
fore moved to poftponie it till the 4th of July. foi
Mr. Gholfon moved that it lie oiln the tablee-ioft, is
34 to 4. me
A lengthy debate here enfited, which Accupied tin
four hours; the queftion to postpone till July 4,
was taken and carricd-58 to no. It was poflpon-
ed on the ground that relief could not be granted, ip
and precedent had decided thatt it would take the civ
fame conure as oiies. The language and terms of ity
the petition were complimented for its conflitution- oni
al principles and deer rous inferences, of
MeIeffrs. Calhoun, Johnfbn. and Grundy, opposed do.
it on the ground'on which the quellion'wao decid-
ed, vizconfiftency, and a determination to wage .
war heftore the ninety days flhould expire. Mr. tati
Bleecker faid, if they attempted it, ruis and dif. adj
grace would follow. He was told in anfwer to the liti
flgns of the times, that toe worlt of alil hgns was,,to hef
tee a nariosn dead to rights and honor ; that it was ma
told of old, "faife profits Jhiould arise in the latter ctfl
a.6'" occ
-t- nea
Tuuas.tA-z May 7.-rMr, Randolph obtained wil


leave to alter his name from the affirmative to the will have to decide.., We hope, er kt 'at day comes, deed.jr," wis the reply., So do I," rejoined VOTES 'OR GOVERYNOR..
negative, on the vote yeflterday relative to the New- moft of tlofe gentlemen who are nuwi abfent will the venerable fage with peculiar emphasis, and Returns of votes from every town in the Stae,
York memorial. It had been iutiurrea:y let down have rLfumed their Oat, llowlv retired to his feat. have been made to the Secretary of State's office, ex-
by *iae I cept the town of Lynian, in the Ctounty of York.
Mr L..ewi presented a petition from those, Jan- VWe ated, il.our aperof Saturday laft, that the CANDID REFLECTIONS. .
nev. William Robiiion, and Henry Nicholfou,, if, bill to appoint twfo iatiaut Sectetaries.of War lad As the fideralifts boat of their f'uccefs, and Although Gov. GERRY Ihas EIGHT THOU.
\Aex:midria. rating that they had dispatched the pafle both houtfe s.o.Cong .f. But it had pafled their declarations tue to frequent, that they are SAND MORE VOTES this year than he had
lp w 'i lnd-John. with cargo of provi;lions the llule with a amtindmeint, which required the able to relore the commerce of the U. States the lat, yet by money, fraud, artifice, and other
r l.ifbon, oi tile 2th c.f M.di(h all, fix day. be- concurrence of ite Spnatt When tlh:atanmeudmeet to its former flourishing late, we expect fone unconstitutional means, the federalifts hope o
fore the Embargo was .id.. which liip h.ld beei was taken up in 8etteyeerl'ay, tiw further con- evidences will be given this year, of the validi- deprive him of the Execntive Chair. .Sonm
compelled to put into Now-York in diftref,, where fiderationi of the amnindment, aud of courfe of the ty of their affllertions. If we find til Orders towns which laft year returned republican rep.
the wvs deiamed unacr the Embargoi law. They whole bi!l,'was pt(1poed to the first Mouday in of Council are repealed or modified, in conlti- refentatives, have alfo ptit up federalifts. The
pray that the vtffel and cargo ni.y be allowed to Jtane--a. poleponeiiittnearly equivalent to rejec- qnence of their opposition to every meafure reason is obvious. The republicans have no
proceed on the original deftinstion. The petition tion.-Nat. Intel.A Mf.7. adopted by the.federal government, we halll rallying point. Let the General Government
was referred to the fame committee of the whole -; '. ... ". ---- then believe, that a qtiiet fubmiffion to the take an energetic fand, and it will give life and
to whom was referred the relief ef Peter Huffman C R^O N" I JL capture of our property under thofe Orders, vigor to theb publican cafe. Energy in the
and others of Baltimore. ..I* is more efficacious to excite the lenity of the Government will be mnet by corresponding en-
MrI. Lewis. from th ecomrmitteeon the difri t.of TUTH.' ITS GUIDS-LIERF'T ITS ODJFC. Britilt ministry, than a firm and intrepid ftand ergy in the People. But delay is death. A
Senate fr improving whom was referred the navigation of the Poto- R MAY 14, 181. against them. But in what inflance did we continuation of the tempoifing policy, witf
mc, ren proved the fame wiviation of entshe oto- T DYever finAd a relaxation by the Britifl in confe- place the governments of the Eaftera States inr
Sre oted the fame with a dments Refer- quence of fibmiHlion ? During otzr revolution Tory hands. It is only by a bold defeqcp of
red he Speaker read a letter from-. of Phila- Important--frot Sout h-America. nothing was accomplished otherwise than by our violated rights against England that,.-fe
delptia, prefendng.the Iloufe with a map of Ame- Under the mail head, in this day's Chronicle, our prowefs. Our petitions and remonftran- character of the Nation, and the uninflence of it#
lia Ifland, &c. Ordered to be.placed in the library. will be found-foaIe fa iher-partculars of the ces were treated with contempt, and indigr.i- friends, can be preferved.
He alfo laid before the Houle a letter from the great earYtbqtv# a-,i-raccas, &c. and a.report ties were multiplied in proportion to our ac-
Secretary of War, rdlative to invalid penfioners.- of the prgure'fs of the revolution in Mexico. quiencee, If then the federalifts exped to REPRESENTATIVE:ELECTION.
Referred to Are committee of claims. The Governor of the city of Coro, (Spanilff obtain a free commerce,they will be disappoint. REPUtICAN. PEDtRAL.
'The Houfe again took up the bill eflabliChing a Maine) arrived-At Porto Rico about the middle ed as it refpes the Britifh; for we may be "ain. Los,.. Gain. Losr.
quarter mafior's department, and after lome time of lnll month,iin a Spanilh man of war. The allured, that while we are thus opposing gov. In our lalt, 18 14 37 1
pent thleiei,adjurned till Monday. caue of his leainCoro, was laid to be, on ac- erntment in their attempts to counter& the Cape Elizabeth 0 1 0
fipent f Cor, was laid to be, on ac- nations of our trade, additional outrages will Lifbon 0 1 1 0
*- count ofthe revolutionary party gaining ground violati four trade, additional outra e Brifol 0 3 0
B2 tle lail ails. fo fao ft in th;t country. be the confequence-Nothing flort of an open Warren 0 0 1 0
___ .. -- Ir addition to thefe accounts, it is fated in unequivotcal refinance will ever efe& the objed Newcaftle 0 1 1 o
a letter fro"n a refpedable merchant ni Monte contemplated. The Britih navy will become Drefc:en O 1 I
FROM SOUTTH AMERICA. Video, ofJanuary sift, that Gen. Arregas had the common. plunderers of the ocean ; and Starks '0 O 1 O
Dreadful efif E'.arthluakcs. fallen in with the Portliguefe army (between while we thus palliate their enormities, every Fairfield 1 0 o a
Official letter from the General commadning the even anrdnine thoilfand strong, matching to aid vell'el will be fubjed to capture found going to, Standifi 1 0 0 a
troops cf Coro de Domingo Cambo Verde, to his the Buerosariars) and totally destroyed them. or coming from any other port than England or Brewer 1 0 0 a
Excelleucy the Governor and commander in chief of / her allies. By the ground now taken by the Bridgton I 0 o o
the Provinceof Cdro. Congrefs have paffed the bill appropriating 50,000 federalife, the whole commerce of the United Daitmouth 0 0 I o
By the depositions offeveral individuals lam in- dollars (or the:; relief of the fufferers by the late States muft be confined within the limits of Union 0 1 1 o
formed of the unfortunate event that has vifited the Earthqsakes at Venezuela. The Prefident is em- ritifh control. By palfying the energies of Paris 1 0 .
city of Barquifimeto, which was on the !26th March powered to purchase provisions to that amount,and government, we completely furrender every Sidney. 0 0 1 0
buried under its runs in a mol dreadful earthquake caufe them to be exported to Catraccas. commercial right to the navy and admiralty of Dorchefler 0 S 3 6.
which was general through! the province. England. If the merchants think this to be Pejwpfcot 0 o
Memorandum of the cities known to thi. day, to In another part of our paper will be found good policy, or if the yeomanry are ready to Waldoboro' 0 0 1 0
have beeudeftroved bytheearthquakes from the26th the motion of Mr. Pope. It is not believed to accede to the principle, we cannot hereafter Bridgwater 0 1 6 0
to the 28th infant, with the greater part of the in- be an Executive meafiure, or one that will be complain. of the embarraffments of our trade ; Randolph 1 O 0 0
habitants buried. The city of Barquifimeto, totally faetdiotled by Congrefs. for it is a surrender which they voluntarily Pembroke 0 1 1 O
destroyed; Arlaqua, funk ; San:a Rufa,do; Cadare, y make in oppofition to every effort attempted Weymouth I 0 0 O
destroyed ;-Phelipe, fill worfe ; St Cl aries do; FROMENGLAND bythegovernmenttoremedy ourexiingevils Salem 0 12 ,13 0

[To the preceding cities that have fiffered by the Ship Lapwing, Capt Wilcoxarrived'at thisport 'Inthecontrovrfybetween the' federalif and Reoboth
earthquakes, we have already announced the tfollow- ou Monday evening laft. and brings London dates republicans, the objet contemplated by the Seekonk -,
iog ;- Carraccas, Viconria, -Porto Cavello, Lagu;ra, to the 9th ult. They contain but few'articles of in- latter has been the repeal of the.Frenc.h Decrees Berf h 0 *0 0
New Barcelona, Maqneto, Cumana.] 0 there Accounts .from Cadiz re to March 26- .and Englifh Orders. The former is declared Be 0 0
The French costisnttud. to bombard the city from by them ftill to be in operation-But there.is Harwich, 1 6
NewOr".ANS, April 3-The infurreoaon *n Trocadiera, ..d'il m the 12th up to that not a merchant but knows, if the Englifb Reading O O -
New-io da ily affmes a srhe erinfurre haaer. date, without effteal injury. Bread had been would modify their Orders to the extent the New-Bdford 0 0 0 2
The troosdaiof the independents a more fer, ous charaed oer farce, but a feet ofips from America arrived the French have their'Decreesthat the commerce Braintree 0 0 1
herface of this vail etpirewere again united into ar- 25th and reduced ir to 18 ds. 1 was rumored of this country could be carried on to great Norton 0 1 2 0
mies,and had penetrated as far asPueblo denlos Ange- that the French i ted to retire from the liege advantage. How inconfiftent for merchants G. Barrington 0 0 I
los, league from the city of eico, ts and:had already enacted Chiclaa. The Britih to urge a war with a nation against whole cap- Ward 0 1 0
rg off all eagues fr n t h- onfulhasbeen febtoefrom Alicant; and it is faid tures our trade flands at about, 4 per cent. Aflibnrnham 0 0 1 0
trg off all intercourse between thau capitaland Ve- theSpanifh governor has crmmanicated with the rifqoe-at the fame tir.e counter& every effort Royalton o* 0 1 0

The trooa s from Europe, in conjnlaon with thofe Fret Generi that vicinity. The new Contli- to check another nation, against whofe captures New Salem 0 0 0
whi had remained faithful oheother cou tion of pain has be completed and prolamed- our trade flands upwards of 5oper cent. If war Wafhington 0 0
ry,fwhicceed remadinclead fangtheful route andmother coun- he ing o. by dcree March 20, reews, adually fubfifted, the preiurn would not be (ot Bethl,
try, fucceeded itn clearing iheroute and reftoritg the his declaratitI it favouroffitle" Continental fyflem," higher to any part of the continent tian it is b Otis e asunyefler.. 0 0 i "
communications; hbut the independentswithout being and orders ctterto e equipped to guard lawful a higher to any partt-u of the now ntarent than it ise comme Otirce day'ern. 0 0 1
discouraged though often beaten, returned to the at. commerce, and prevent prohibited trade. The ex- of te United States we now are, the commnfined to'sent
tack..and rendered warlike by daily rencontres, ti- portation ofgrn by. ea is prohibited It is report- of e ted states is clu y conned to
umphtd in their turn. It is fad that they have ta- ed thie Ruffians'bad taken poffefflon of Memel.-A- Britain and her allies, and every other commer. 28 46 8W 4
ken the capital; and that the Vice-Roy was obliged another armiftice his taken place between the Ruf- cial intercourfe is placed on a wzar rifque, .
to fly to VeraCruz-thlishoswever needs confirmion. fans and Turki-The merchants of Et Peterfburg without any fyftem purfued on our part to ob- Notwithlfanding the horrid effects of.the
S[L'Amiedes Les have fuhfcribed toa voluntary loan for the Ruffian tain indemnification. We would not be cen. Nonintercourfe ai'd-Erbargo"in this town on.
S Emperor. New cities have been laid-There is forious on the mercantile bLdy, but it mult be its trade and bufir..efs,as held lorti'tin the federal
SAVANNAH, April 2 8.-Gov' Mitchell arrived in further evidence .If e.fcarcity. of rain in France. a moft falfe calculation to endeavor to deftroy papers for elecfiopeering purposes,. tthe return
town laft evening, from Milledgeville ;& we under- The Orient Sqiadtrii arrived at Bref March 26, af. the energies of the federal government, in their of the great increase of rateable. polls'in, tle
pola ofnd will proceed fouthwarly this day or the pur-ac- ter taking" federal pinzes.-The LSkylark has driven attempts to force a repeat of Orders which two principal Wards for bufin.efs,)Io. 4 and sy
poe ofmakin garrangenoient'.srelatve heranfac. 15 praains on eore.-BrigEclipfe, ef6guns,from place our commerce at the hazard of a war by the Affiitant Affeffors, if co, ;y, gives the
tons in EI Florida. One thuir fand men have Baltimore for1foideaux, isfent into England.-Pa- premium. It is impoffible to carry on trade lie direi to all tqe federal Jlang ;- for No. 4,
been ordered from the firf aned finreadivifion, of pers form America io March 4 have been received with ary advantage while Inlurance is. thus ex. has increased 25, and NO.8, nearly. per cent.
homet itiarning The be ld sin readinef, at a in England---A fli trom N York for Bordeaux, orbitant ; and the contintuance of it will ever- fince laft year :-Proof positive, either that the
were in formeding. conference of recent intruaken, with coffee ad dig, as fet into Plymouth A- tually monopolize our comrderce within the federal papers or the Affiftant Affefbrs are not
tions from the general government to the executive pril 2. Briiifh territories, and foon render the Ameri. correct, ... .
of ourom thte.general government to the executive can produce a glut in thofe tnarkets. If fedet. -- "
of our are. Plate firi wi" ', j1d. and the f rong lance of alills acquiefce in Britifhi impofitions, and ire Extra& of-a letter from Tr'hefter-ated..londa'
Indian Affairs. juice hunlefs breaks ,, difpofed to go to war with France, what prof- evening, May l1, 1itd asi, .. .
S Cthe it in ags, a pigmy's fear will pierce it." ped have they of refloring commerce to a "Youwill doubtless he furpriled at the refultof
Exiraa of a letter from his Excellency Govetior "Yeflerday evening, fayss the London Times) more flourishing late ? Will commencing our representative leion. No person could have
Harrifon, to Col.John M. Scott, dated Mr. Benjamin tValh, a broker, and Member of hofiiities on Fiench (hips of war, remove the anticipated it, but the principal actors, who know
S, w ncennes, April ]5, 1812. Parliament, wasdlifcharged from Newgate, in Orders in Council P Will depriving ourselves the bafe means ufed to inlfre a majority of votes
We have war in all its horrors withthe ndians. confequence of aPardon granted by His Royal of the present markets in Europe, help us in ar e federalifl et up.by them-tdo of whom
A family were murdered in the Illinois territory, a- Hlighnels the Prince Regent." While hundreds our exports ;or can we expedt to make better are federal ifbs No artiwas leftruetridn. beverat
bout 85 miles above this, on Saturday. A woman of poor0wretehe ae almo monthly hanged voyages by fighting Frencljen on our way to perfotis have been a&mvely engaged for months, in

er fet on fire, and cofued with every thing it it. that ountryor defrauding to the amount Englfl prts ? The controversy with retlpet ence, they have carried their ticket-but it wilfl
The miserable uoand had been to mill abo.t four f one or two do ars, a Member of Parliament, to our European trade is brought to a narrow prove a temporaryriimph. Dorchefer is vt Re.'
miles off, and upon hisdreturn, found the houfe fall-. who has robbed his employer of L. 15,000 point. If we cannot get the Orders in Council publican, though the federalit- obtained thre !nk
ing in, and a young man whom he had hired, killed flcrl. is pardoned !-So much for the boafted repealed, the American commerce muft be fole- majority of ten votes for the candidates therv y.' up.
and shockingly mangled in the yard. Laft night fjiyce and impartiality of Brit/b law.o ly confined to England-for no other trade The federal vote was 223, within two of the 'vw.-
an exprefi, arrived with thie account of one other will bear the premium of Infurance. If it is ber they gave for Governor. The republ'ca; J',te
man being killed on she fourth eaftiork of White riv- W/ARi HORRID WAR / thus imi:ed, the markets will leldom indemni- was 196, and federal flattering. This,. though a
er. Two more are milling from the fame neigh- f'there was a probability of war with France fy the /hipper. Can it then be good policy in greater vote than they have given for repre'fen'ra-
ourhotid, and there is little doubt of their being irflead of England, it would lofe all its horrors the merchant tocheckevery meafureto obtain a tives for federal years pafl, is ore than forty ihort
kiiled alob. with the Federal Party. The Centinel would repeal, and by calumniating the government en. of the number they gave for Gov. GERRY at the I.t
The Indians'late profeffions of a wilh for peace not then publish labnted extracds from fermons courage the Britifh to continue them in opera. ektdion. The corrected lift of voters now contains
were either altogether deceptions, or they have fince preached in England, deferibing the muiferies and tion ? For we may be-affured, that while the upwards of fixty names more than the whole num.
hanged their intentions on a profpad of war be- devatltations of war, nor would there be any ministry find us more difpofed to oppofe gov- ber of votes given for the candidates voted for by
ween Great Britain and us. Godgrant me an op- combinations among the pretended difeciples of ernment than to cenfure them, they will never both parties."
ortunity of meeting thefe fcoundrels in 'the fame Wafliington, for obitrutinug the National Loan. relax in their outrages. We may go to war
ied with their equally perfidious allies, at the head On the cotitrar-y we flhould be called upon to with France, but England would only laugh at NEW-YORK ELECTION.
f fuch troops as I lately commanded-they would unfurl the Anericat banner againfl France ;" ourt folly, for fighting againift 4 per cent, rilques, Ieed. This is Waiubited.gt county, 5 fedeuld p roveor
)e taught along forgotten lfln. My foulis all on we bould be reminded of the intrepid deeds aud fubroitting to 5 per ceit. e& l ide .
re when I think of the-dre dful picture which 're- ofAmerieans-d44ogthe Revolutionj and of all-retthe affembiy will be federal.
ented itfelf to poor Hutfou upon his return home. the" pride, pom apd circurnftance of glorious The "HoAfrL7roN M.IA.RFOZENF Society."
le had but a fer hours left his family in health & war." r-We fltould be d tat war opened a The Centine of Saturday wihes its on
eae; the reverfewa f dden and horrible that vail field forthedifplay of enterprise and he Centnelgen- readers of aturdbelievaye, (ad well it may is its n e.al ai pin te
hasdifordered henf.- f ius, and afforded high-fpirited yuang men an readers to believe, (andwell it may swi/fo).
opnori t ;ty of finalihingrited yng mes anOr that the TOAST published in the Chronicle of [From thbe Excbange.Cofe-Vife Booel]
BRITISH PREPARATIONS. choice fpipp ritwold al recalled u n to fpurneves 23d t. extraded from the Rutland Herald, PORT OF BOSTON.
CANANDAIOUA, April 8,-The account we gave he ll purfuits of civil life, an ufe their was never given by the coMAINATINr," WEDNESDAY, May 13-Arrived, b:ig Betfeyj
our lalt,of the preparations in Canada, has been e itof ter -ycleped Wafington Benevolent Socie- Prince, 22 days from Havana. Left, April 20, bhig
confirmed in evedy material part, by fubfqquent in- saln in the. tenled feld ." The ope fers of ty," but whofe AnglCifed and malevolent princi. Argo, Oxnard ; brig Norton, Waters, not began to
rtnatton received from the mont refpeatable tnU- Ifaivton, infead of courting peace, wouid p ies,entitle it to te above re appr te load; (hip Ala, Larcom floop Nabby, Cox; brig
ority. Great quantities of arms and ammunition again fay, as they did a few yeas fince, thatpe, en eitto the above more opae Traveller, G m; p Glde,, Salem
yve begin received, one third of the militia are kept ought as eanejly to frafor W as a pra ison.ukwad attnp to do it a York fchr juft ar. from Rio Janeiro, long paf ge;
conflant difcipline, the recruiting-is much prefed, 1bantanwould pray for rain in a feafon of by r ad ie cin Thet a brig Bowman, juft ar from Kennebunk ; brig
d centinels and telegraphs are ke along the Niag d t. reteed dicples of Wa e Be ent Soci in t- fa, Snow, failed for ofon 8 days before; brig
a river, the latter extend to Yor k. O aonur fide, iagton will not be known byathefncpe they a- d and publied in the newspaper afthat Gipfey,-,do4 do; brig Tfry Archer, 2(o do;
mmittees of fafety have been appointed,and cen- bufe, btr by their fruits. .they fyflcmatical, place." Had not the faa been too palpable for brig Catharine, Shields, in co. for ,hilad. Spoke
ers eftablifed. The fetiments of thte Canadians ly oppose the Cotlituited Authorities- f they" dental, it would have been contradicted on the 7th it,ft, lip Bedford, Dennet, 64 days fironom St.
e hewn, by the fad. of 3 ynng men having fired evince violent partiality for one foreign nation, fpot. This was never attempted; and there. Ubesfor Portlhiouth, very leakv, had thrown part,.
ohewn, by the faon ofur de. 1he young men have and ince violent partiality for another-Ifg they don, fore the Centinel paragraph appears in a point of her cargo overboard, refidue'neatly wet; parted
en bound over by the magiftratets in Caiada.-. v every thing to increase rather than allay patty the impio, uspo ludicroump. The following is co.on :Iefday morning oft Cape Cod, both her
e nimo alarmir g fafls are, that Indians are con fpirit-if all their meafures tend toa diiffolttion "the ap i o pretnon alluded to: oumps then going.-lottt, inft, 40 mi!es Eaftr of 8.
ntly Ieen giing into and returning omn the Brit- of our happy union-they prove themselves to The Wafington benevolent Society: May its shoals,a fch 1 daysfrom Norolk for oflon.
fort George, that coutncils are holdtig conitinual- be the very faion denounce in his Farewell 'oers be truck thG thunds of A Gn Go 1 3thI, ar. brig Samonet, Bartlett, IG ays from
to which the Indians within our lines are invited, Addrefa. 1 he enemies of Governrment have af. f Heave saod icd Alnt' c i Savannah. t C ft, C l ip Coluk budd Stevend, ;r Wir.
d have received prefents from Britiflth officers, & fumed a great name, the better to answer their FATHER NAPOLEON- cafet; Caroline, Packard, do firf wind ; Bedford,
at a war do'nce was loth week held at the Britiflt infidious pirpofes ; btit cannot conceal them Te following toa was given y Mr. SA Tobey, N. Bedford do; Emulousn Allen, do do ; Pai-
t. Thefe things indicate a flare of hoffility. It from the te following toa was given by Mr. SEAv- inarus,Newcomb, Ecton ; Numna, urnham, do a
impt. Thefibe tho ngsay when that hoffility will co r- fcrutinizinS g eye f thoe, wh well ,ER; which by iflake was omitted in ourn laft : Agawam,Roberts,do flip Wm.Carlton, Cartetorn.
nce t a word and a blow will come at the fame f,- ti h e intgrty of inten- Agricultuae, Manufatures and Commerce- failed fame day for Wifcaffet. Spoke, 12th itfi. back
e. Aiding each other, may they be equally protected, of Cape Cod, a (hip front tI e WV. Indies for Bnflon,
*--T ------ (fuppofed to be the Sagunta, andter Spanif h colours.)
If my lornd of Liverpool.as late as September all,. The Opinion of a at riot and Sage. The HonWm t.Lt.A WnoEarv, member ofCon- 13th, ar fchr Two-milers, Vinal, o0 days Ism
proved fo highly ot Henry's endeavors to fBir up During the Ietifti'of the late venerab e pat- grefs,for Cumberiand liftrid, anived in town on Waflhington.lN. C. Spoke, Ist 39I ion 72, bilg Fox,
ilvar, we do not deem onrfelves int lack of char- riot SAM.UEL ADAMS, it was cufomar for a uefday, iom Wafhington. Smith, 4 days from I-,ilifax, for Wilmington. N. C.
hy fuppoling that he aflo apreves of the murders ,|ledt circle of friends occafiona Ily to pas a -o- 1.th, ar. Ich E:iza, Ofgood, fromin Winton, N c.
our frontier We iike know e pi h HIGHLY PATRIOTIC, CLKatnO-fchrn Miodweli, Bruhi, for Wi'pmig'-
Aour fntierA. e ScALf-r, for the kuow the Rpi cl evening iOi n mi5t pany. t gentlemanThe inhabitants ofi LYNN deferve the highedl ton;Little-Je, Fayerwcatlhter, N. Y.rk;'fcoopMass,
____try in the field through the whole of the Anmer- nifa lf their pa fine In tnowanus o nt Hall, Murfretbor.a'
ASHINGTON. May .-The Hue f Rprefen- can revolutionary war. The converfation, as thoe w are, or may be drafted, (if catled into ac- I .EFT-At Cork, April l ;, hips Li. Packet. for
.i.hves did olt fit yclerday, havingg the (lay before uftnal, turned uQnn politics. In he crufe of tual service) SEVEN BOt LAss per month, in addition Wilcaffet, in 10 slays ; Rel.hlutii, if 1ortfimiuth,
*urned over to Monday. They haveindeed but which, the rcfer.remarked, that he Iokedi uip- tothe allowance rude by the U. Statx. for Ineof May,fame d>y; afcm, of do for t.iver.
le btnfinefs of a national clharader at this m ment on the pernilfiun given to the TORIES to return toh--ao pool; Thomas. o Newlr :yport,fran St Marys. for
ore them, and having been in continual fcfliun fo to this country, as- thae molt :fortunate thirg M ore Ssnugglirg !-A feizure (f Englifh Gords L'ndon, put in leaky : OPion, for Bofton, ready;
ny months, thofe gentlemeii ei h ave ben to- I hat ever happened toit. 1 hb old pattiot. up- to a large amount w,'s made u this t.wni on Moo- Paulina, do uncertain : 5'.i'ed I2th,hbrig Frances.of
amutly attentive to hufinels ferl the neceffuy of on tlhi., rolefiesi hi Teat with ihat grave aid day lall, byhv Mr. Jon MINOTTr. of Dorchefler.one Portland, forPhilad.; and an caflern brigicat Ste- -


afional exercife and relaxation The rtimrediaws majeflic air to peculiar .to bhim, and taking the of the Cuflomhoufe Officers,-by whofe vigilarce vens cn the lOth.-At Coruinia, s arch 28, the Ed-
r, we tbe!ieve, when their undivided attention geitlemans by the hand, faid to hint in .a im- and intrepidity thle Imuggled got ds at C'mhbridge. ward Fifler, Ruffel, of B-.flondifhrmng, and thet


li be requirod to the gredt qUeltlOom on which tltty


prvffi~e toile-" Do you thinh./oiii- I do in- poic; were difcuvered afl_takc_)& 14 RA)Llb. Cupid., (,f do do.










IEW'AbMY. Ir wil 'be feen hy n or 101 pg,,
that enlifimnts into the New Army progrefs with
eCtlidetable rapidity in the truly patriotic State cf
Pennfylvatcia.
Lato grtic-Ths Circuit Co'mrt of the U. States,
ior the firlt "Diltria, will be holdcn in this totn
to-morrow,inflead of the fi!. of June, as heretofore.
We obferve a new.difcovcry of great importance
to hUumanity. Dr S sIT, of Bahltimre, afterts that
the Kine-Pox is a complete cure for the King's Evil,
or S*copbula-and that a number of cafes which
have come to the dod~ors's knowledge, eflablith this
a truth.
MARZrED]-In Andover, by .John Kneeland, efq
MIVr Eli Hit, to Mifs Pameia Wariel-fu Provi-
-'-tence,Mr IKrael Richmnond, of Eafton, (Ms) to Mifs
Laura Leach, of Raynham-ln Saco, Benjamin
Ame.'fq of Bath, Aid. Jul. Cir C C Pleas, to Mils
-Sarah 'Bovniton-In Concord, Mr John Thoreau,
, nei to MiVf Scynthia Dunbar.
In this town, on Monday ev'g by the Rev Dr El-
Xio.:, Mr Robert Elwell, met to Mifs Mary
Jenks.

D.RD)-In Newingion, (N. H) Mifs Nancy,
'daughter of Mr Wn Miller, aged 23-Ia Exeter, a
fom of Mr E Fellows, accidently fhot by another
lad, which produced lock-jaw-la Porrfmouth, Capt
Richard baiter, aged G9-In Beverly, a child of Mr
John Levett, aged 1 year; by fucking boiling cof-
fee frtm the nofe of a coffee-potr-!n Concord, Ms.
.Elijah Nurfe, aged 3d ::* Alfo, Capt Samuel Jones, a-
ged 71-In Maiden, Mr Irhmai Hunt, aged 5h--
In Lynn, on Friday laft, Mrs Mary,wife of Mr John
qLear, aged SS.
In'Weflon;Mr Levi Holt, of Boflon,aged 32 ; fu-
neral this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from the houle of
Mr Joel Smith, in Wefion.
In Maiden, Mrs Rebecca,wife of Mr Step'n Paine,
aged 62 funeral this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
In this town, Mrs Elizabeth, wife of Mr Jofeph
Dagget, aged 37--Mr Samuel Beals, aged 25. ,
sW'WSI w M- w .- *


.s; .u t lie may increal t ch large for extraor ina-
QUARANTINE REGULATIONS, ry cafes, deemed' uci by the Committee of the Week
SFORr -812. -and he fliall report, at Jeaft once a week. the
FORf 81, number of iuch fick persons under his care at the
In, BOARD 'OF HAdLZH, Ifland. the length of time they have been confined
Boston, April S1, A. 1812. I there; and, when difcharged,flhall immediately prk-
O'"RDERED and "Direle'l, That the following fent his account for attendance, to the Committee of,
Rule-,Regu'ations, Rectridlions, Qualificatiohs the Week,a record of whioh (hall he entered on the
and Directions,fhall conflitute the Quarantine Reg- Journal kept by that Committee; he flialldidre& the
valations of this Board, on all V'ffels, &c. which fliall pilots where to anchor veffels; and they are hereby
arrive within the Harbour of Bo(fon, from any port required to obey his directions; he (hall deliver to
or place, until the further order ef this Board ; and tl;' mafter-of each veffel arriving on quarantine, a
that the fame be publifhed in the Newspapers em- copy of the Quarantine Regulations of this Beard;
played by ihis Board, for general information, viz : he may eftablifh rules and regulations for the prel-
AnT. I.-Quarantine of Vessels. .ervation of good order on the Ifland, and to promote
on 1. On and after e 18th day of May thedefigns of quarantine, fuch rules and regulations
Section 1. On and after the 18th day ofl being under the control of this Board; he fliall,
next, a quarantine fall be had of all vefels, their from time to time, report to the Committee of the
officers, crews, paffengers, and cargoes, that come- Week the fRte of veffels on quarantine; he fhall
within the harbour of Bolton, which are from, or grant a certfcae of difharge to each vef;el having
hor verou o at anye pofte w India hin t or aP duly performed quarantine; and generally, it fall
c,, or from any of theWeft India lands, or a, y be his duty to do and perform all things neceffary
poiror place wheoe contagious ficknefs doth. or to carry theRegulations ofQuArantiue into complete
bath receritly prevailed-of all veffels on board of o c
which any perfon fliall have died of any dlfeafe, or
been lick during their homeward paflage, excepting Aar. VII-The Sceretary's Quatanline Duty.
vaflfels coming from places beyond the Cape of Gcod Sect 1. The Secretary of this Board fliall receive
Hope, where no contagious or malignant difeafe .was the Vifiting Phyfician's ceetificates of difcharge ;-
known to e revalerint previous to their departure, hall give counter certificates to entitle fuch veffels
or fron",the islands of St. Helena or Ascenion.,. to entry at the Cuflom-houife ; fall receive the fees
Sei. 2. The quarantine above directed, fall be required for fuch certificate, and all other fees, and
had near Rainsfrd's Island, under the direction of the fame pay to.theTreafurer ; he fliall make the
the Virfing Phyfician, and other officers of this neceffary inquiries of all mailers of veffels report-
Board-; and fall continue on every veflel which ting at this office ; f sall note the fare; and hall
has haditwtenty two, or a lessnumber of days pafflage, receive and communicate at every meeting of this
until the fithll have made up t-wentyfve days from Board, the reports received from the Ifland.
the day fse left her laft port; and on each vefel AI. VIII-The Iand eeper' Duty.
which has had twentvy-lree, or more days paflage,T, .
fee'enty-two ours in addition to .fuch pafl'age. And Seat. 1. The ifland Keeper or his affiltants flhall
on every veffel, on board which, during her home- attend the purifications of all veffell, clothing, bed-
waid paffage, any perfon (fall have died (excepting' ding, perfonis, &c. at quarantine, agreeably to the
from accident or cafualty) the quarantine fliall be directions of the Vifiting Phyfician ; (hlall board &
extenderi to 25 days from the lalt death.-And no attend the ick,. and find nrltes; and fliall be allow-
tffaLLhaU be. considered as having commenced ed five dollars each.week for the board and nurfing
quarantine,.until fle hall have been anchored in each fick perfen at the fl0andi; to be collected as the
her proper flation on quarantine ground, as diredled fees of the Vifiting Phyfic an are by law colledled or
by the Vifiting Phyfician, or.other officers of this affumed ; and hall employ two perfins to ply the
Board. Island boat, during the time a general quarantine is
Sedl, 3. The maIlers, officers, crew, and paffen- required; and hall communicate to the Health Of-
gers of all veffels, when on quarantine, flMall he fub fice information of the arrival of veflels at the Iflar,d,
je& to the Regulations of this Board, and fuch oth- as they occur; and of any event which may require
ers as may be adopted by the Vifiting Phyficiau:- the attendance of the Vifiting Phyfician at the Ifland
And the mailer of each veffel fliall b e accountable -fhlall carry supplies to veffels on quarantine, when
for thie appearance on board his veffel, at the time delivered on board the boat, and fliallbeheld to con-
fhe hall be discharged from quarantine, of all and form to all the direlio'ns of this Board, in all mat.
every perfon who arrived in her; or whs may have ters refpeding quarantine.
been landed from her in any port of the U. States, Secl. 2. In the absence of the Vifiting Phyfician,
or put on board any other veffel, during her home- the land Keeper or his aflhfiants are charged with
ward paflage, cafes of death excepted. the police of the Iflanud, agrceably to the laws and
Se6l. 4. In extraordinary cafes, the Committee of rules thereof.
the Week is authorized to direct the above periods ARTICLE IX.
of quarantine to be prolonged. No perfon,not on quarantine, fliall be allowed to
Seal. 5. Veffels not oticrwife fuibje/ to quaran- vifit Rainsfoid's Island, during the time fqnrirantine,
tine, having only Jiall pox on board, may be dif- without producing a perniit from the Secretary of
charged whenever the Vifiting Phyfician fli!til con- this Board, for which 25 cents fall be paid for each
fider then free from infection. perf< n ;'but no certificate fliall be valid, unlefs pre-
Sect. R.. Every maler of a veffel fliall, within fented within iwenltyfonr hours from the date
twenty-four hours after Leing dilicharg(d from quar- thereo.f.-By order of the Board,
antine, deliverr at rtle Health Oflice in IYanueil Hall, BENJAMIN WHITMAN, Presidene.
the eer.tfi.cats aind flags he tflall have received from N A Copy oftV1 Record,
thIe Vilihing I'ls-fioa!, or land Keepei, and fall, NATH'L. GREENOUGH, Secretary.
on paying the ium of ten "d,,llars, rece'vc a coautrer
rer, iGce f.inm ihe Secretary of this uardidto eati- Notice to Road Makers and Purcha-
Stie lha -cf .I t.'- .?ir at the Cuflom-houle.
Set. 7. "When'any vel'el las bleti quarantined, E Legilature of the Cmmonweads. h of af-
examined, and attended, and the mailer is dcfirous fachuLetts by a reolve Commpaffnwealth of Maeb
of leaving the ground, wilh his veiTel, for any other 1811 fahufetts, by a refolve pafed the 14th Feb.
port,he fliall, previous so his receiving his cericate 181, dire&ed the agents for the fale of Eaftern
of difcharge,pay to the Vifiting Phyfician the eflab- I ands, to cafe to be surveyed ten towaihips of
lilee4 fee4. land, to e fo said out as that the road surveyed by
Seo. 8. During tle time a vef fel all be on oua'- Charles Turner, Jun. Efq in the year 1807, (a pan
antine,on applicati-in made to this Bonaid to perinit of which is on file in the Land Office) may run
the unloading, ant conveyance to towns ifany wine, through faid townflip ; the townfinip to extend
rum, ifpirits, falt, fugar, iolaffes,mohlogany tobacco, frm the north line of VWcLIAM BiNosaMs laud,
dye-woods, preferred or other fruits, and fuch other eall of Penobfcot river, to the half townfhip grant-
articles as fliall be declared incapable of receiving or d to Weftfortd Academy, near St. John's river:-
conveyiig infelin, and when permiffion to unlade and to crntradl v'ith iany perfbn or perfcns for
,the famte ha Ihave leen obtained from the Culton- opening faid road, being a difance of about fixty
boufe; it fliall be lawful for Ithu Coinmittee of the umile.' The Avents aforefaid having caufed the
VWeek to atahorize the V ifiting Ph-.,ficiaui cf this ''ownilips to be surveyed, % ill receive proposals on
.Board to permit fuch. articles to be u,,ialen from or before the firf day of June next, from any per-
*ny vogel on qupra,:iie, and the fame to he con.- fun or e'fons wihfting to cottract for opening and
veyed to town,:by' Iy htiermncn duly lic&dlfed by this clearing any part or the whole of there Road, The
Board for that purprle. And the Viflir.g Phyfician trees to he felled f,-ur rods wide, and the road to
fall grant a certificate thereof, to be deposited in lhe cleared at leaft one rod wide, removing the cra-
the Health Office, tor which twenty-fiva cents flhall dle hills and cleaning the flumps, andnmaking the
be paid --And the lighters to be emyloyed in the riece'lry caufeways and bridges ; for which the
tratifportation of fich uninfected articles.fhall,when Agents are atihorifed to convey to the contradt-
unemployed, be anchored off the fouth-ea.f part of ors in payment for making f'aid road, a proportion
Rainsford's ,sland; and the Lighteric~n employed f faid townil:ips not exceeding one quarter of
therein flail hot be permitted to land in t wn, with- each tsiwnihfip, as faid Agents may agrze, on the
out the permilioun of the Vifiting Phyfician. contractors prodiiring fatisfacory evidence that
the road is completed agreeable to contract
AT. l.-M ,,,an by anther relo:ve; paffed the 2,th. Feb;
Sedi. 1. Every nimaerofavcjtel who,11 t ind-ar-er 1811 "aid Agenits ate authorized to fell all lhe
hi4e 18th day of M ,ay next, until the further oaider Ifl;ind, that blielorg to faid C,,mmonwealth lying
of this Board, hall arrive from Gihbaltar, or ainy within the corporation of YIeer Ifland, in the coun-
port or place within the Streights, ftial carry and -i"- of Haneork. Any perfon wfliting to purchase,
anchor lih.- veffel on quarantine gromind,. here fhe nay have them upon reasonable ternm s,by applying
ihallH lie examined by the Vifitiiing hvyici;an., ho at the Land Office, in the New Srate-Houfc.
may pertnit her to pals iimr.ediatcly, if it appears to WILLIAM SMITH,? Agents for the sal of
him that the public hea'.l will not he endangered JOHN REED, allein Lands.
lhereby-And rthe mifter ,fftrli veffel hall receive 4av 1"1, 181
a counter certificate from the Secretary of this Board The feera pr r of nwpper in
to entitle his vfire! to entry at the Cuftom-houe, ol i, 1 several printers of newspapers in PyfKn
his payiteg him the tr atm of thf e dollars. houe and arc requefled to infert the above in
his payinhim him oftie do ars. their paper one month. Im May 14
ART. III.-Vesoelt to le reprt.-d.
I 1' 1.-The maftersofall veffels, which, on and TO be Sold or Let,
after,4he 18th day'of May nett,1 flhall arrive from. A N elegant and convenient HOUSE in Hancock-
any for osr. place n6ti:ubje t to'quaranitine, fthall; .A. fireet. The rooms newly ,painted and papered.
previous to entry at the Cutons hrufemakc report inquire of B.hNJ. AUSTIN. may 14


at t6e h'alt Oice,I Fnane'l-ITall,of~te fta'we al
Sc.ndition of their crews, paffengers, and cargoes, and
of all other ciicuinflances which may concern the,
public health. Iff found to be from-a port free of
corinagious'dafeafe, the mafier of each veffel hall re-
cevvy a certificate to permit the entry of fuacl velihl,
at the Cufltom houfe, for which 25 cts (hall be paid;-
if otherwise. the 'veffel, crew, and paTitugers, thall
.be fent to Rainiford's -Israd, on quaorntne.
A'RT.-1V.-'VCsseh from Out-Ports.
SeA. 1. Every veffel which hall arrive, and ent
ter at any out port from any of the ports or places
mentioned in the firfi article i4 thefe regulations,and
fliall afterwards conieto this port, fihall be fubjea to
quarantine,'un efs the mailer produces a correct cer-
tificate from the Board of Health, or Sele6men of
fuch out-port, that fuch veffel has been at leaft
twenty-five days from fuch ports or places, that
dm ing that time no perfon has died, (excepting by
accident ao ca'isalty) or been fick on board; and
that fuch veflel has been duly examined, and thor-
oughly purified, or cleanfed.
ART. V.-Infieac Vessels.
Sesd. 1. All veffels, from any port or place what,
ever, having, on their homeward paffage, had one
or morepesois sick on board, flhall, at all seasons of
the year, be liable to per'brm quarantine if, in the
opinion of the Vifiting Phyfician, it fhall'be ne-
ceffary. -
Aar. VI.-The Duty and power of the Fisiting
Physician.
Sect. 1. It fliall be the duty of the Vifiting Phy-
fician of this Board, to vifit lRainsford's Island every
day when there are three or more-veffiels on quaran-
tine ; ahd, when lefs than three, as often as the Con-
mitee of the Week hall prefcribe. He flhall dire&
in what manner veffels are to be cleaned; what ar-
ticles flhall be landed, washed, buried or deflroyed ;
he hall order the fick to be landed, if nceffary;-
fliall attend aU the lick at faid Ifland, prefcribe ac-
cording to his beft skill and judgment to their relief,
and find all medicine; he hall be allowed to charge
each lick perfon for fuch attendance, provided his
charge does not exceed three dollars for common ca-
ri-. Ku.l Ip i.. m SInr hPC .f. USC LVI ^ce .._.i:_-


"Li 89 cafls MOLASSES.
Landing from fldop Pythagoras,
S50 cafks' MOLASSES.
-IN STOR.X-
BATAVIA, Martinico Havana and Guadaloupe
COFFEE-Ruffia and Ravens DUCK ;
Ruffia Sheetings ; Rhffia Hemp : ,.
Ruffia & Sweeds IRON ;
Havana, white & brown, and Mos. SUGAR;
Caraccas and Surrinam COCOA ;
Campeachy & St. Domingo 1,ogwood ;
American Gin-Madeira Wine; in qr. caiks ;
Bags Pepper, Spanifl]i Cigarrs;
Arrow Root .and Lime Juice;
Hhds Nails; Cadiz Salt; :
Imperial, Souchoig and BohseaTea
Invoice Table Cloths & Napkins, &c. May 14.

For Sale.
THE feh'r.-JAMES, a good
tropDg .Veffel, .built at ite South-
Shore, 78 tons burthen, vith mofr
of her fails new, gsod Cables and
Anchors-is now at St. Apdrews, ready to take a
Cargo, h'a6ing cleared from Eaft-Port, previous to
the Embargo'-For teelns, apply to
ISAAC McLELLAN, No. 3S ,iLong-Mharf.
-IN STORE- -
23 hhds excell't flavored W. 1. R m,
and 20 tons Norway Iron. May I .
N OTICE is hereby given, that the Sublcriber
las been duly appointed Executor to the lalt
Will &Teflamentof SARAH MACLEOD, ,
late of S/i, ley,in the county of Mliddlesex, Widow
deceased, rflate, and-has taken upon himself that
trufl tiy giving bonds, as the law directs. And alI
perfonshaving demands uppi the Eftate of the faid
deceafed, are required io exhibit the fame ; and
Ill perfons indeBted to hIe fai4. eflte,'re calledup-
on to make payment to ,- '..
JOSP-H BI YANT; Exec'r.
South-R-cading, 30th Apil 1819. 2, 14.


a spacious Lot, and a large convenient Houle, will
be fold to the highelt bidder, without referve, on
a Credit of Five or Six Years.
TAYLOR VL GAMAGE, aunc'rs.
TO-MORROW. at II o'clock,
Opposite No. 3, India-ifreet,
40 bbls fuperfine Rye Flour, 64`
kegs manufactured Tobacco, 13 kegs Buster, 50
bolti'RuffiaDuck, !2 do do do partially damaged,
8 haless Oakum, I calk olive Oil, fweet aud good for
bottling. J RIPLEY ,iuct
THIS DAY, at it o'clock,
Will be difpofed of, the remainder of the Furniture
of No 9, Franklin-Iftreet-confifling of
A Patent Mangle, cane & firaw-
bottom Chairs, S fets Window Curtains, Side-
board, fet Mahogany Tables, Mahogany Chairs,
Pembroke Table, 12 elegant-Chairs & Sofa, Chim-
ney Glafs-about 100 Volumes of valuable Mifcel-
laneous Books-10.Vols Harp aud Piano Forte Mu-
fic-and a variety of other articles.
Also-a GIG and Tandem Harnefs.
At 12 o'clock-
Will be leafed for two years, faid HOUSE, No.
17, Franklin-ftreet.
On MONDAY nex', at 10 o'clock,
At the Houfe corner of Purchafe and dummer-
ftreetn-
A Variety of House Furniture-
confifting of -Kidderminfler Carpers-Side-
Board, Pembroke and Card Tables: Chairs, Look-
ing Glaffes, Beds and Bedfleads, Bureau, &c. &c-
Several articles of Kitchen Furniture.
G0EO. BURROUGHS, Aua.
On IVO0NDAY next, at 4 o'clock,
Will be Sol! at Pu/ic Au. i'on,
(If not previously v difpofed of at private),
pEW, No. 102, in the Rev. Mr.
LOWI.LL'S I eeting-Houle. Sale at the Meet-
'in-Z-! ufe at 4 o'clock, P.M.
T. K. JONES & CO. audl'r3,


aosin Teate.
S N.. 15, CORNHILL, tjto. OSeatlfe.
AOW offersf.;Jr e,he- whole of his STOCK' -".--
IN T1ADE, at vet reauced.piivee-confift- TO-MORROW EVENING, May 15,
ing of Silver and Pliatad WARE-.J EWELLERY Will be presented, the Popular Dr hia, in three acds
-WATCHS--'FANCYt.GOOD,, &c. &c.-eing called, the
determined to changer ii'prefent line of bufinefs, VOICE OF NATU RE.
hnd clofe all his former ccheerns.
Thcre that are in-wait of Goods it this line, ei- --
h a "fa To which will be added, for the ed time in Boflon,
their for their families or.fqr fale, will find it advan- To whch wl be ded for the 2d
tageous to purchife whilethe fock is complete, and a Grand Serio Comic Romance, in 3 acts,
prior to Tt-lU k.S)Y,ilhe '.:rh uftantI, when he c Alled-
will -c.,'mieuce rte ie ,-at A'Cltvn, and continue T HE C A R A V.A N
from day to day, until itislfrfold., on THE
Toofe Perfons hbvinfg. stands against the faid DRIVER AND HIS 'DOG.
FARNAiA, are deEred to call and receive their pay-
ment; and thofe that aie indebted,are informedithat g Doors to open at quarter pal 6, and curtain
their Accounts after the A Mdion aforefaid is closed. to rife quarter palt 7 o'clock precifely. *
will be lodged with an Attrfsey for collection. NO...tice
May 14 Notice.
--- '-- r C C Vare'. T t Stockholders of Vermont Mineram Fai8o
r er W Comtany, are hereby Notified to meet at the
IrASTINGS & CQLLAMORE, No. 31, Marl- Company's FaaoryHoufe in Straford, in the county
ILL bqro'.flrot, h.live jut& it,,eivtd -from 'Liver- of Orange, and Stata of Vermont, on the third
pool, via Port:aM.- WEDNESDAY of 7une next, avtwo o'clock, P. tM.
S52'crates Crockery Ware, viz. for the choice of Oflicers for the enfuing year; and
.16 cr4tes ameled Cups and Saucers; to tranfadi any other bufinefI, which may legally-
15 do edged and.'C Plates; come before them.
10 do edged and CG CBow;ls; By order of the Diteaors,
4 do do Teapot snd "Jugs; REUBEN HATCH, Clerk.
3 do C C Mugs and Teas; or roih, (Vt.) May 1, 1812. (m14)
4 do do Chambers. Also- Stop Thief.
Chinaand Gls Ware. 6w may 14 TOLEN from the Stable of the Subfcriber, on
-WANTED, "on the night of the 6th of May, 1812, a dark
1OR which Cafli will'be given, at No 39, Marl- bIown HORSE, fifteen or fixteen hands high, rout
borough-flreet- built, square 'docked, and natural trotter, carries
1- his head rather low, and is fix or even years old-
4000 wt. I ft quality Glauber Salts ; Alfo, one horfe Blanket and Surcingle ; the Blanket
100 do Camomile Flowerst firiped with blue; and an old Bridle. Whoever will
300 do Surgeons' Tow.' fecure faid Thief.and Horfe,and return them to the
600 do clean Linen Ragt. may 4 t cubfcriber, fliall receive 75 Dollars Reward, and
Straw. Bonnets. all lawful charges ; or for the Thief, Fifty Dollars;
ASH will be paid for fi&h firft quality Straw WAREor f he Hoe, ATCHELTwentLER.ve.
Ber.mers and Hats, at No. 72, Newbury-ftreet, Niforth-Providente, R. I. Aay 7, 1812.
oppofite the fign of the Lion. may 14
Fresh Cambric and common Calicoes, aleS bp Ruittion.

JAMES READ, has juft received for fale, at No., Salt-Petre, Manna, &c.
101 & 102, Court-ftreet- THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock,
CAMBRIC CALICOES, of' pintk, purple, buff, At Whitwell & Bond's Office,
blue, &c. colors. ; ''."
Athmerican Ginighams ; Canton Crapes, Broad- IKilby-street,
cloths, Caflimeres, &,c. withlmany other articles,, 3000 wt. crude Salt-Petre, 1000 do.
ma'ning an excellent:a'ortmeistlefGoods, which are double refined do.-26 do flake Manna-15 do
offered on reafnahilterm's;,e.mleoCRetail. LiquoricePafte-400tbs Smyrna Saffron, three tons
"____ _[.Pariemler tii,'r next. prime Nicaragua Wood.
Printed "Cam .,bric's, Gloyes &c. .f, Toaken by xecution-lo blis Indigo.
SL P Conditions at fate.
SAMUEL. DRAPER,
No. 1tiUNIoN-STREET, Sportsmen Attend
OFFERS fo: Sle, a variety of Seafonable THIS DAY, at I pal: I11 o'clock, atfaid Offr,
GOODS-viz-Fine 4-4t pri46trd Cambricks IS AY at 11clock
Calicoes and Ginghams ; 6-4 white Cambricks- 2 cafes Engliflh Fowling Pieces,
fine 4 4 Linens, extra fine ;' Linen Cambricka; fome of which are finifed in the beft manner, with
Gentlemen's black an:: white, 1k Hofe, fine brown Spanifh barrels, roller locks, &c.
thread do.-White and fancy'Cotton do; On THURSDAY next, at 10o o'clock,
Long white kid Gloves-fhl t black, late & white (Poflponed frm Tis Day), "
Silk do-patent Nankins, white Aansi At Taylor & Gama-e's Office,
Black patent Laces, 4-,5-4, 54 tad 1.-4 plain white
Lace, &c. &e. May 14. CM, ra.A-STREET,
e 1e A variety of Englifh Piece GOODS.
Horles and Chaife tobe let at- re- Confting of Broadcloths, Caffimeres, Linens, linen
duced pTices.2' Canmbrics, Calicoes, Huckabu'es, Checks, Buttonus-
1MAYO, N'o:2c, Orangellieet. (SouthEnd) Laces, Waifcoatings, &c. &c. Terms cadi.
lets horleiatid cChalfe-ladie,'and gentlemen's ----
(addle horfes,plealfnt and vell iro1ten. 'Thehorfes, THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
chatfe and harnefs, will be foud in the befl order, Oppofite No. 41, Long-Wharf, now landing,
and every exertion made to pleare'---Horfes or 32 hhds Philadelphia City Gin.;
chbaife may be had separate if ained.- Gen Terms at fate. ayor & Gam a 'm.
mea from the country will find it tfOheir advantage S r__ _I" ___'_ .
to put up their horses at the above ftable, as it is GIN.
uncommonly -coot and airy,' and'a faithful man is
employed to take the beft care of their horfes.- THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock .
Horfes and chifetat fad4tl -horf for journeying, Now 4anding on the end of Lonig-Wharf,
or at livery;, may beid altfuch prices as w1ll make 25 ps. high 4th proof Gin, of a
it of importance-for thofe who wAnt to hire. superior quality.
N. B. Horfes and Chaife and fiddle horfes taken Terms at fale. Taylor Wo Gamage, au&'rs.
to any part of the town 6*" may 14
Co.partnerflipo Dilblution. SHOP to be LEASED.
T HE Cop'trtnerfhip underthefirm of BOND & THIS DAY, at 1 o'clock, P. uM.
T PRENTISS, is by mutual cginfent difolved. Will be LEASED at Audtion,
may 14 NATHANIEL BOND. N 1 I, UNION-STREET, a very
JAMES fRE:NTlSS. A convenient Shop and a moft eligible fituation
George Burrough, Junr. for buinefs.R & au
Orera for fale, at No 2,. Congrefs-ftreet, TAYLOR & GAMAGE au
700 bufhels Corn-206 bbls. Tar TO-MORROW, at II o'clock,
-15 do Turpentine-now afloat, and will be fold Oppofite No. 15, Central-street,
cheap if applied for before landing. may 14 10 cafks prime Rice, 1.0 balesCotton.
SUGARS, &C. TA,2LOR W GARAGE, oau'rs.
JOSIAH BRADLEE, No. 29, India-fireet,
has landing- from loop Concord, for fale-20 On Wednefday next, at 9 & s o'clock,
hhds of Lump SUGAR. At No. 89, Ccurt-Street,
From floop Union-67 hhds Well India Rf and T HE entire Stock of faid Store,
7 bhhds Molaffes. .. 'being a very excellent affortment of Englifli
From floop J -ii'-flilids Lump and 8 do ff PIECE GOODS:-(Paticulars in future papers).
Sugars-5 bales of Ruffia Red Leather. TAYLOR V' GAMAGE, Audc'rs.
From flop- Hawk- pipes 'eTeneriffe Wine;- ..
36 boxes Spermaceti' Candles; 10 caiks fummer Jaluable Real Estate at Au5ion.
firained Oil. valuable eal state at Au i.
From floop ExpIriieS-50 bo*is wlite Brazil On THURSDAY next, 21 ft Mayi at 1 o'clock, P.M.
Sugars- 1.5 hlldsW;.pdia.Run;, t ; 44 calks Ift qual- WILL be Sold at Au/lion,
iy nmmer trained Oil. may 14 T'HAT fpacious and commodious
TAVERN, fituare in Cambridge-street, neaf
John Parker & Sons, the New-Market-Houfe, and lately occupied by
No. 20, Long-Wharf, 'Havie for sale, Mr. Atwell-This valuable Eflate well known, and
IT ANDING from 'fch'r: Succefs- rnoft favorably fituated as a Tavern-coiffilting of


'O BE LET, at a very low rent, and im.
mediate potreflion given-a Houfe and Shop.
Inquire'at No 40, Cornhill. may 14 /
f-s,


On SATURDAY n:le, at 12 o'clock
,At T. K. Joncs, & Cots. Office,
Kilby-street-

Five bags COFFEE.
S. BELL, Dep.-Smerf.
Alfo, 22 new Drums, 50 reams Pi-ibting Paper.-
1 ruling Machine.

TO-MORROW, at 11 o'ltock,
Oppofri Store, No: 68,. 'Lnhg-'vharf, now landhsin
34- pipes superior red Wine, 9 do.
Frenrh Brandy, 17 calks Linfeed'Oil, 100 boxes
Florence Oil, o00 b;xes roll Brimfltone, iSO baga
Sumac, I10 bajg foft flielled Alm .nds.-14 boxed
Liquorice Pafe, 160 boxes marbled Soap, 25 bags
white linen Rags, 100 boxes Lemons, 100 boxie
Oranges. .
Conditions liberal, and made known at the le.
t. K. JONES & CO. Auctri.

TO-MORROW,~it 12 o'clock,
On India wharf, now landing from flip Peace,
147 hlids. ift quality Molaffces
new crop-56 boxes brown Sugars.
Conitions at sale. .T. K. JONES & CO. auid.
On Thursday and Friday, I1fl and 22d Mayi
WILL be fold *t Public Auction,
At the Long.Room, India.-warf,
THE entire Cargo of the Brigt0
Inca, Alerander Thompjon: mater, from Bordcaur.,
viz.-144 packages FRENCH GOODS-
(Particulars in oui niext.)

And on FRIDAY, the 22d irnt. prec-ifey at
1 o'clock-as ihe now lies at India-Wharf,
THE elegant fafl-failing Coppet
l bottomed Pilot-xboat Biigr. INCAt
2;2 ton- burthen,built in Baltimore,
four years old-prefuimed for filling
to be equal to any veffel in the United States-re.
markable well .f-und, and may be put to fea, with
trifling expence. T. K. Jones, & Co. audt'rs,
Valuable Real Ejate-for Sale.
On THURSDAY, May 21ft, at 12 o'clock,'
Will e sold at Auchion, 7wihomut reser-ve,
ALL the REAL ESTATE now
owned by SAMUEL BILLINOS, lying and being
in Canton, County of Noifolk,. about 11 miles from
Boflon, viz.
One piece of 'LAid, containing 17i acres of
Moving & Tillage, on which is a finall newv Houfe
& Chaife-houfe, a good Barn 50 feet by 30; upwasds
of i00 young fruit trees, good well of'water, &c.
One other piece of Laind, of about 2 acres, lying -
on Punkabog Brook, near the above, covered with
young oak and walnut wood.
One other piece'of, good PafllureLand, ofabciut
1J acres, inclofed with ftdne wail.
One other piece of about 20 acess excellent Paf-
ture and Swamp, part of which is covered with
young wobd,k .
One other pieee of ahoit 28 acres, 6 ofi which are
meadow ; the other is covered with a young growth
of wood moftly pine. fome of which is fuitable for
timber-fuppofed from 700 to 1000 cords irpon it.
One piece of Swamp of about 41 acres adjoining
land of Mr. Samuel Blackman, Samuel Ca rrel andoffepb
Bemis, Efq. .. ALso,
A PEW, it C anton Meethig-Houfe.
After the fle aof e Real Jflate, therw-vill'e sold,
4 Cows & Calves ; 1 Ram, 6 Ewes'and 4 Lambsr
full blooded Merino Sheep ; a good Waggon, and.
a few Farming Utenfils
ComnliSioss-The above will be fold together, orirt
lots to fuit purchafers, for notes fecured by mortgage
on the Land, payable from one to fix years, with
intereft,or longer, if the purchafer wiflas. As every
piece will be fold without referve, bargains may be
expected.
For further information, inquire of JosrEPHa BEM,
Efq. at Canton, or at No. '26, India-street.
R. EDIfARDS, au&.
Lands in A&fton.
N OTICE is hereby given, that there will be-
SSold by Pdblic Au&tin, at Di ratits':iavcra
in Acton, on THURSDAY, the 21.ft-day of May.
next, at 11 o'clock, A M.
That Eftate called the H -YWARD HOUSF, .
late the Eflate of Mr. SAtr.L JONES, -c-,0, ,' of
24 acres of Land, with a Dwelling-Hlow iherecn.
Afo, That,Eltate called the. BARKit FARM, whieh
is aboutone mile fourth ofthe Meeting-hpufe,confifl-
ing of one hundred acres of Land, with a Houfe,
and Barn thereon.
Also-A Houfe, Shop and Garden, on the fouth-
erly fide of the Common, and nearly oppofite the
Meeting-houfe.
"t,Alfo-A part of th it Eflate, now occupied byMr.
DORANT, as aTavern, being the weferly part of the
Dwelling-h'oufe, with the Land adjoining the fame.
Also-A good well finifheidlStore, formerly occu-
pied by Mr. J. JON is, and is a good land for a
trader.
The -above premife will be fold, fibjedt to 'the
Dower of Mrs. Jones, (Widow of the faid Sanmtel
Jones) therein. The titles are undoubted-a credit
will be given for one half the purchlafe money nine
months, and the other half for one vear. Any per-
fun may view the premlfes, on application to Mr.
DURANT, or the Svbfcriber, at Wefifoil, who is-
authorized to rmake'the fales
April 27. LEVI PARKER,
Qn TUESDAY, May m19h, at noon,
IVill he Sold, at PUBLIC AUCTION:.W
THAT valuable ROPE-WALK ini
CbarlbJ2o-n, fituated near the State-Prifun, and-
the Land & Water-Lots adjacent to the fame. The
Rope-Walk landing on the fouth-fideof a ftreft, 30
feet in width; is one of itebeltin the CommCon-eatibr
and contains every implement ot an extenfive Cor-
dage Manufacory. The Upland contains about one
thoufand fquare lees. The Water-lots exteud about
900 feet on the iliore, and are about 170 feit deep
from high to low-water-mark. They afford eacellcnt
fituationa for Ship building, front, the proximity to
the Middlefex Canal, through which asiple fopplies
of Timber, &c. can readily be obtained. The pro-
poled Dam from Lechmere's to Prifon Point, which
is expeede to be completed foon, will draw a large
(hare of the bufinefs of Charletown to this fpot.-
Combining fn many advantages, an excellent opp-
tunity is offered for fpeculation to the capital
who wiflihes to i,'velt'money in Real Eflate, capable
of extensive improvement. ,
Conditions at the Sale.
N. ADAMS, auct.
c" Sale Postponed.
HE Sale of the Country Seat of the late
LorUTa RIscaansoN, Efll. is Pftponed to
THIS D \Y, the 14th of May inflaur, at 3 o'clock,
P. M.-This delightful rcfidcnce is fituated in the
rown of Stoneha-n, on the margin of Spot Pond, fix-
miles only from the Capitol-It contains about one
hundred and forty acres of excellent Paflure,f'ilage
& Mowing-Land, and is capable of being rendered
one of the moit profitable Farms in the neighbor.
hood of Bofton.
As the Eftate was originally divided ilto two
Farms and is at prerlent siufreptible of the fame
division, the Farau will be offered for fale feparate.










S- r and 'r cr Ware. New:.Apothpcary's Shop, i Smnuel Dunn,
umble and ACrock(.ry Ware. A"..:39, MALROt/.sr1yP '- 8 T CAiNH1LL,
1 .1 A A w, NJ'7A RIGHT & JACK.SO,.have t'r fa!e, AMUEL REEVES inftors his friends and the AS uflt received, a frefh fopply of thole Juily
.~ V'-o cafes halfpint Tpublers, 100 f..aw ka1.I5 J public, that he is ndw opening a complete al- .L esteemed said approved" MEDICINES,&."
S- .12 do pint do 00 do d fortment of DRUGS and .EDICINES, of the bcftl prepared by W.T..CobnwAY, ChenifiNo.5, Green-
L ofr.0 RFSPONCE. 4 do .quart do 100 do u ; quality, which he will tlil for cafld or on credit, as sirect, B.llon-arnong which are-
-- .juft received, uexcelleati order. cheap as can be purchatefd in town. Z- W^ A/lbions Coirn-Plai.ter !!
Art rhi not de.a S' .Ai, i'earch that. heart and Ice, ordered for country Trade. ap. orders flallbe punadhilly atielded td, ad u Med- Summer Eftablihment of the Mid- it difflve mand draw; the corn out by the root; but
And from my bfolm tear the part Company Flagg Hdkfs. &c. icinedelivered but of th irft quality', and carefully die Line of Stages. gives immediate cfe as Joan as applied. One box
That brat'anot true to thee. C pa F apri16pn
Th not true t e. RANCI S. DURIV.%GE, has for fale at No. put up. ap 16 ROM Boflon to Hartfor l, through New-Ha- price 1 dl. is in general a cure. Afk for Albion
Ye, to this bfomh thou art dear, I 44, Broad-ftreet, I cafe superior quality Co'y >, ven to New-York, which is the neareft road Corn-Plaifer ;" none are genuine uules figned" W
More dear .han vgi.e can tell; Flagg Hidkfs; I cafe do Company Bandannas, to N Whitwell, 4t hiss Apothecary's that has as vet ever, been made. Leaves Bofton T. Conway '-be particular
And if a fault he cheriid'd there, gether with a variety of Europetan add India Goods, Shop in Roxburi, Ma the Hippocrates Head, every Monday, Wednefday ,and Friday, at 3 o'clock, (T Cambrian Tooth-A4che Pill; / /
Tiis loving thee tod well. suitable for the feafon, which will-be fold at a mod- near the Bofton Line, ind one do-r, below Capt. P. M. breakfalf at Holbrook's in Medfield, dine at There Pills are recommended with confidence a.
-......... erate advance for cafl or approved credit. a So I Dogget's famous Hotel-keeps couftanoly far fal- Cunningham's in Pomfret, and anives at Bennett's afimple and efficacious remedy for that diflrffing
S-Trunk Pap,'r. Elegant citation Shawls. .A general afformeant of DRUG3, simple & coos- in Hartford, at 6 o'clock, P. M. Leaves Hartford pain, the Tooth-Ache, which is effTeted thereby al-
*Trunk Praperm. Elegant Imitation Shawls. pound-Patent MediciteinA great variety; all which every Tuefday, Thurfday aad Saturday immediately moll inflantaneouflv on heing applied. -AkW fkr
i antity of Trunk P:per, miy be had at DETER MACKINTOSH, Jr. Na 49, Cornhill, are warrnted of a quality equal to any.of the on the arrival of the N. York Mail at 3 o'clock, A. Cambrian Tooth-Ache Pils ;" nne, aregenuine
C.WILL..4AMzj' o & St:a Stare, No. 8, has jurt received a variety of Elegant Imitatir Shoips in Boaten, and at the farrie prices. M. breakfast at Bignell's in Mansfield, dine at Jar unless signed," W. T. Conw.iy"-be-picrticlarI-
$ e-ttr,> Bfion.... may 7. Shawls, of the molt faJhionable and fliperb patterns. Phyficians and Familiesare aff a'ed that their calls cobs' in Thompfon, and arrives at Traik's (fign of Pr Relfe'a botanical Drops, for.falt-rhenmi,jemrnfv
Alfo, futoerline bottle greea Broadcloth-hlk.' blue for Medigines will meet the'conffilat personal atten- the Indian Queen) Boflon, at 6 o'clock, P. M. a fcrofula, pimpled faces, and all impuritideof. the
c l ',r lle exchanged for Real and blowndo--which, added to as good an-affort- tianif Mr.W,and that every'artica' will be deliver. No pains. hall ,be w Yartipg on our part to bi9od-Dr Relfe's Alhmatic Pills for afthain, pion,
BJ" ate i' the country, moent 'oC Seaonable GodJ< a. can now be obtained, ed firi.aly canuformr.ble to order, mnd gi the bitft render the tour of the paffenger pleafing and agree. yfic, confumptions, coughs,.icold3 andall ai'edhons
ACIRCULATING LIBRARY, which contains makes it an objet to call at faid flore, and purchase quality with labels. 6w april 20 able,.as we have experienced Driversicet and kind of the lungs-Dr (celfe's Aromatic female Pills, for'
l ubw Volume-s -of Ililtdry, Biography, at a very fall aalauce, fori Calh un!y. horfes and comfortable Stages. obftr'uldons, &c and whih atei dqutally conducive
Voyages, Travelsa Nuvels, Tales, Plays, Mifcella- april 23 w IRON-Removal. The above Line interfi s a ilage at Pomfret, to the heakh of married ladies, nnlefs When preg-
aire &c. and has a good and improving circulation Rich Twill'd Levantine Silks, R ,*NwCIS WYMAN, has removed about a quar- from Providence for Hartford and New-Haven, nant, at which time the muff not be taken-prce
---te purhaer may hire the (hop now occupied ORfale, at No 9 Cornhill, by J. B. WINN, of ter of a mil from the tore lie lately improivEd ilth being the neare route fr ar New-Haven, s dis-Dr Hunter's celebated Pills, for venereal
or aid.Liry quire at this office. the following colour, vi-Black,white,drab, to that ILrge and commodious Fore, formerly ociU- thrugh'Hartford to Providence. Extra Carriages complats; full direaiot d defcription of'fymp
march 12 tf fawn, mazariue blue, light and dark lilac &c., The piedby Mr Af Nichols, (a f rads wefoft at a ies if ee rtforeveryrmorningyfor s, acc h anyt eoh box, ric ndly cure then a
above are of superior fabric, ern, lately occupied by Samae Cutler, nowby lfaiah A Stage leaves Hartfo. every mornin for felve,, acconpaay each box,.price I d--recent m-
Removal. Also1- cafes plain, fancy color'd Canton Silks; King, and nearly opposite Nr. Benjamin Bigelow's) N. York. fections are removed ina few'da". Atk for
SSbriber would inform hr friends nd 5 do Canton Capes will be fold by the caw offered e, at the Nailsrner of the ew rod to Brihto qual, where he Stage ept t the ndCL ian Queen, Bro "Dr hunter's Pills ;" none ae re genuine un
c REVERE, that he has renioved from No 520 or yard, heap; elegant Veingalulated f either ow hs, w il l fellforcaly keep'for fale, ids lane, B oo and at B et coffee fe, ed by W. T. Conway-as you value health
arlhro'-feet, to No 8, Winter.reet: where fe summer or winter wear; plaithe firllo ade Muthe Middle A complete a lrttmet-f IRON-STEEl, ; Nail Hartford ,pa rtiular -Drebb's rated Linmenfor
arris on atumki ts ai rah wn Comp any havite plain troducefd into this town, and clef i prfi and frequent Bar Moulds The abovelinPOSA commences running on Monday hmatf, fprains, brfe, umbnefs, J Iiffei




a T. CONWAit Y, has re. it is hoped that the quality of the iood will inf]re fuprior accomdainfe; r cltin or a bending barBIC T Bev tc Thefollowingisth copy, of a letter from a o entae-
aly rtnov ended to No.. N-STREE. MARY BIRD. Cloths a d Caliniertes, as above. h april 6 Steel drawn for Sleigh f es german flel Scythes ISAAC TRASKd w e or ofc l ucant ly in d o24 ors. The loevemayrlfbehadaTre



igntrto the advancemeates dasabove. of our infant manufa ries. S ovel; Aes; ii erv; Sith's Vif s ; An-- Sir, fc taking the 2
CSuperfinenAmericanO C AHSO ils,&c. ABEL JACOBS; Tompfon, w Boit on arid throughout the United States.
Removal. FROM the Middletown ManufaduringCompauy Alfo-Window 13s6 ; Gun Powder ; Wheel PARDON LUTHER, Tompfon. A liberal allowance to thofe who purchafe to.
S ER, has Removed to No. 20, (via the (ufom-Houfrl e), are ow offered for oxes; Nails, & All f quality, which DYER CLARK, Afford, fell again. None of te above are genuine un-
PR i t.oti ee, by the S bfcribers,cunfi fti g of he will fell, for cath only, s cheapas can be pureha de DA c NIEL BICKNELL,r Manseth d. lefo signed W. T. Conway-as you value health,







:. t~of~athan^ ^ ~lunno the lATH'L L. WILLLIMS, N,. 21, Marlboro'- ^ EORGE CONNELLgeot-for At~wy.,Brn whueAor cSmon J low bAtCoC, Ja rford another box. I Suw,&, mfebg,.,, y yur, &c.
another. atret, opofite nrree. Blues, Blacks, Browns, Mixtures, aBind dark fed iu, ogain. a new d complete a- pril JOHN BABCOCK, J Hartford. be particular Hunter's P fells '20.
April 6, 1812. ( aGreens. ThefeCloths More the fBedticks hat te Middle- Purhafers willof A ndamer ria adherenceto the'iriand o- Pur tor ofe liae pri8, 1812. e ele of arch 10 i c112!
y rep CONtown Company havelintroduced into this town, and cipler f" finalmbpr fiti and frequent aes."we ROO AL will be receivedat ths office, The foo is he uop of a letter from a ge
me pbfcrier, dg of the obae of it is hoped that the quality f the Gods will fire faprior accodtiifrt ttingorbeding r d by the following Agents for n t rea i











forhe yofanabeorhat6= "Y: ? Al,,a great~ n tyof oac ana ba thae fldi Ageuesegpd n oro, this os gf Thefe ps arend an W all D. in N l Tre
hmovedl to No. GR may.EN-STREEr. may 7. tn a ready fale, with all thoe who are friendly of hn. w Ca mbrige, april 30.an S. Gi N, ExeterN,. h ts laremen i of t ll an nes,
,to the' advancement of our infant tauufapries.S mbkieg and delivering within one month froainthe moomt ffreeS ? Bflon :-Sir,' c Sn e taking tile 2
to, eNtietaaealtheofm,"eAsnaltuA tts. JOHONNOT & NASON, Do m s d'o ticte 81oue W Iime of agreement, the followngarticle: Camp Ke box pece of on e o r two dollars d if taken immediate
ay7 JOHN DAVIS Judge of sProb. JNoOS IoN.N(If& HaSO N. Sinet1,c aa',---ueh, Strong blue, D rafs 00green ot, De g whiteI will he found a certain, preventatve A treay i
Largeand eive aortentofChilren o me w l do o country wool; plan nd 00 ifeeplaining the vrwarious ymptoms, with dir,-eery ymp
OTICE is hereby nthat he ub ber has Englih Hts, ll co, wo brick a geildingat, oppovrety teof buff, fard Velleanddrab colored woolen woole verhaCloh, 2000 Picll,k Axes that pofmvdifrder haser appeared; howeverfeulve








been dulyappoed Adminiratr to the E- Children Hats of American Manufaeetu re an af for Veftmg; Aecan fewg Silks and Twigaierwith;- 2500 Scadesnon you with fecrecy, encirlet each boxa price you to f1 doliward-
e, Thitat, o of Nathaniel Phionev, late of Machiss, auCncro-al)mmtnayCllow eutooos.
State of CHILLINGSWORTH FOSTER, others ATH mme L. WILLIAts Nlight. 1, Marlboro'- andEORG CO LL, an n white or common yello btons. another box. I uthe ,e pr, moprigetoruy yCors &w.
i.tohbeheirsatlawtoHanhFifli, lateNof;in- .N reet, hasforfaleuetalaffrAt.Up-aerOftthfeldProdenc Strong whiteSorebuffsVefsoftanki, plainso0r
-wich in thconnty of Bamoftable,Spinitrefs, de- holflerer's' Goodl, eonfiftiag of pringes,-Bindiags, tucker, has.gagahii azecived .a new,,anld complete af- A fo,WCoathcloth of the fametcolours, which have Dr. Hunter's Pilisa!







late of Brewer, in the county of Barnlable, de- a large afrtm t of Hats frm te Bfon Ht m. Buttons; ler nduher Thimbles; cotton & en 500 Gun Sli; No5, G -STREET Bton b whom the a
havig demads upo the eaCords andaofls, Mo Bedticks, hair Clothsd decea- ens fe ricand c ant fupply. of fleeyotton and 3 Hatters Lether StallsiE celebrity of'Dr John Hurterh and Charter o
d, are required.to exhibit the fao be; and u!1 per- Worded and Cotton 'arn, & e.-iNut tary Plumes, Wooleno wo DS-foleas And Wored of l color00 Forae gs e Tompkins, 3 North row Kidderb 6e CCnrt fireetI
fos ivndebtd the fai d Hannahre call wherd in to na Haldere Khinots, belt Webb, Stockarrot and Cam Hair. the greatef variety of rd Checks and N or Feed CH Ba Powel 20 Cambridre WeftOrane Kidder
















make paymenttto TRIMMINGS. .Sewels for. waking and embroidering that ever 3-,0 pair of Holsers ; C Market-fduare; Hutigftone, Excan.e-l a Kidder
y:are princi AAallyconcerned, hLARKas Abeenprfented Gandard Cambric, Woriedces ilk frining, Gfier and Stripes ; Chambray d' generham of the newell Gnral G, An l t and Aerica. The fc.wn ahitwell Robury;-Lai
s fubfer Judge of the Probate of Wills, c gold Cords, do Fringes, &c. fand black and beloopqualitng,; Shirtiwrkngebrode from 2ngan to 6am ering r Fafcinea a, tAany, aerown; Clarzed h itm uat; Cuhing reptatinad








S, Jrudg Be"g fo' Military Ha, Morocco otton Slacks Ade, do.Fl& ThreadO 1000 yards of Picket CBrd, Gleaton, New Bedford; Averaty, Plbthoult Cu't -
for the coty of Barnfgtable for Prumatent Also, a great variety of Coach and Chaife Iace: yArd; 54 Sheetingf to 6fper yard; hand- 000 Valies New-Yoreeem. hee pllseton are an infalibl cure in all sthe
any figure or qutity c emanfaured at fhort fume f urniture\Check ; ite and colored Denim r- various, flges of th Vneal Difeal from onor
aSre,.ebreeeby notifiedqappearie afig r uNt A em a WOt eCOTTMiddleton, n. our t e ti e ea e al h
en at the IHusfe ofaMrs Lydia 4turge's, in Laid Barn- notice. A difatountt made to thofe that purchase to and Sattinett for tnen's wear ; 6-4 and 7-4 Table JA- Euss-s, Bolto, R3 rhea to a confirmed tIes, evea when attenfed .wib











fixthClafo fDixvilleRoad Lottery, now drawing aortment of MILITARY HATS ever offered for os, hae he d NotortRd ; hadfoe, efemed and approved Medicines, &c." prepared
EItiyoufPoce-ALuso- paans in the bonrs, &c. Receta infedlions ar Ce-
t ePbenherein ven'to Mehitable Phonney. o th f ; w 5000 Felling AAxe with flings ,n roved frequently in S_ or 4 days, at a trill nig ex-
OrDated at received for TicketsabeApril and Quarters in EWh patent fiLLAM BARRY, e ver s; adic orpeiees and couf w ter anes i fu- Ket piddliencg a A liberal allowance i thfakewho purchimmediate-










,/irnCa44ywllb0,cotaining the following Capi- ranC ee of them very eleg tri ed w ,eAl soo k to fell again. (3Crtawirafet april 1
may-7'-- JOHN DAVIS,. Judge of.Pro'. No 1, Old State Iloaf,, Ha for Salt. perllne 44, 6n4ssd 7 4hblack aad blue Clothiaade 00-Drlims ialsStick, ly will tie found a eertiu fpetom ves A threaro
Of O 0is, he ry n, e hA Large and Epatenfive af ortment of Childrens of merino, wool; do of country wool ; plain and 00 Fifes, N ticn thk, c ie tinprs-E vemNt .o Wt ifes
ET nglifHats all colours; great variety of twill'd Velvets'; riped-cottan and woolen Cloth, 2e000 Pick Axesw that 1 ferecy eah b ric felves.
Ntheen duappightofthedAdinitirater th p o the Likewildfes Hats of Amerixtecan Manufaure ;a l af- for Veftihrgs; Ametica fewing Silks and Tvih of New-Orl2500 Spades, and Carolina Itdigferecy, enirle" each box, pricedolr.
tate of rCHILLINGSWORTH FOSTER, fiortmente of Summer Hats,nd colored and black ; ivoryted and other oms.; coat, e and particularly 0 boxe Sperm CPrepared byhes le proprietrar, W. T.C
te of BOOTS tr, ken the refromunty of arthe following, de- a larme n's HatsChildrens' Hats of a the Borpton YHat man- Butns; ie and oe-thoer mplee s; cotton & linen500boxe re T ey Figs; th hor
creationd"vi.'has takenrof n hiSao Boots ti th tru by ufadlory always ke t on hand, together with almof BoIor Webbin;. fiay and cotton every ot Cumberd,quality 20 pipes 1i- &4t pr Nodfo5,odGRfBE -STRktdy, B at finE by whom te .e a












00DaondeofSalterleNo-f8ol8wi e do do with the name of Galeon Bindings;d l 200 ps Hat a Hindings; a few c fra-ad i, Sbblslft&4thdodo. od Jp. nflw otanydiretnalye.cuaesw"n-
Whiting ondo athe'; aw direo ba rs. And all perfBootss every kind f hBindints ge, with rally called fortment of Al aortent offleecywool Goods for ladies and 4000 hhdrid,Sd,4do itte, er- Hall & Weld, Un -ft ; Fen ely,












onio them ads.Englp boot, a meate toitmade by Hatters Trimmings; 2000 f-bs coarse Wool, fuitble lo o Le andofall widlh. ol35 pipes Iqua's Lether Stalls,' Prince-;straint corf ef North and Chartery.-il;
e-arecriequired Suwarrto exhibit the faie; .and l per- Raccoon, Mnflrat, Beaver, Nutra, Ruffia, & Smvr- merino wooleam nd Woried of ne alt color.ve 150bb do do. S rlls, ing d rne danger o taking crld, which nder a court of
f482si deo with, the aidEate, are called pon to na Hare S s, German' Carrot and Ca lsHir. the grtelvariety of reJades of Wored Qp do No 1, oryellow do ags,; requires a longer course f medicines to count-reet .
ake payment to TRIMMINGS.Creels for Boot, Noing and e do whbroidering thtat'ever 000 Nofe ort DomFeedigo market, conPownnl, 0 m d l avoided.Orange -f; Kidder,
ISAAC CLARK, Adimr., Glaed Cambric, 25.pieces filk for iaiugs, Gal- was i lae plaAzaod generally warranted all fall 'a00 pait of H d00 r es, :Kiedt-f.,'Mharle;wi tAt'hihlgmo Rxcdbury ;g-d;Ktd,



























G. G. No 8500-The lef eight number, are cdd lk er;, wa d ifve het 1h d b c d tre prcess dilo s, &c. will correfpo0d with bars each, and SwOighing about 7 lIbs esch N.B. Ti e above Medicines have-been exLo.ivd-
oots. Other Mas-6. a lou Biding, Banding, dra and black looping, colors the ty ofrki, embroidering, and ta00boes No 2, yellow do. uitabe for the S atertwn ; Clany yearpScituateirefany fully ef-
forthe appehennDraw Cord, Bindig for Military Hats, Morocco Ctto Slacksle. of a large qude antty of meadd Norwy mrkt tblied in all the London, Liverpool and di.













er theymay fibe bionght tonjuftice, or a gent erous kn. l'lred ellow, together with nearly ev- cou ,ry Woa gre a y well as Cotton Wool of different 4, 00 do Catile Soap made from Oive il, ad in burgh H fpitale, under hedirc, alon of uo.or J .s
reward w e pid for the propertyby e, article e Hattig Needles, which wi be f,Tp ld low. He can e pply imitation of the Mrfelles and Leghorn Blair, B. Bll, BWhippl, oomNewburyp er Curre, Heavry -



























Bosses May MATTHEW LORING. -------T f/tories with considerable quantities of tl,,-le, as Soap,.d fitable for the Spanlh and ilfe fide, Cruiklhank, Btedns and other eminent Sur-
SrA feet 1 inch Carolina plank, for teaud quality i ; webb andnetory Goods of France markets; geons.od, Haverhill Shepard, Aier; Rbinf
Iween 4 and o'clock, fhare received the a fthe fav received by Silksd the late fiwit ;ilt and played Buttons & Button ,th, ae d teret l ini t es o p ut and cu are cet infeTion,














fabiiber, a valuable horizontal gold WATCH, the pf ficits a contiuance for himfolf-As h and lanel, of different colors. 2 long and hort SixesEight and Ten ; od Whrccf ale, wll h a very lir; Taylor, Prov-dicuntby
naker, odmr, hiNo ch48,with gmpoleteddrawin, and con ues t dye and finif in he bel manner- ne tanuri OVa ls' 200 deeds; Dipt Candle, dia aterent es vi Se r Paros, ortNewur reet- ail by Kidder,
elian Kefein gold. Bradlths, aimeres, ttin Lumm wings, Crape, IA RRY would inform hi frighs and Ten Market fquareHall & Weld, No, 1neun, and mo
A tima re, and Mo hicc POCKT-BOOK, contain- (free o a C Vvarietyofoavetps aord PerfumeCordry; ComCa; fil ad and ANDIN from chr Pioneer000, from New or Druggifs a C.d Bookeersofrefc abd, iy t56, Hroanover-
eing 70 dis inhill.and ne note of hand for 2000 es Hir, k and cotton Shawls, Hi ove 47 cott Bandannasi Madras ad Puliat adf 600 do fa c y do vi Rofe float do JWNER, out the U. Stat ee may be had all thofejuflCourt-ll-Sraue, Cou
dol wih oher oe to the vue of 45 dol. and Ribbons, &c. AloCalioe inghas cChecksand S ; No 19, leat do. Plm, VioetTra ren, -Tmpkan Northro- P." Medicies, & prepare
i Candrvth Claer paper. Hand Lotter ewarwill,be n fitientsof MydefcripLion-TAR HA eve r offered for few piecesreal ful~rfaine 7-4 black, blue and mixed A few Pipes Piietmnt's New-York A ror y W. T. Conway. lp None are geroad uineutKidder






























giveh 'for the recovery of the above, by nitures, cleanfe Carpets,bed Blankets, &c, tti. 1 o eA by wh > .d 1.5 bbis Neai t..t Oil ; 10,000 Ibs. Palm do Charielown-Whtere ikewife. way h had,
s H. HENCHMAN, b is-Conantlyon athisDye-hoein Broadcloth; and cotton Ho.e m d 12000 Ibs Pates; 10,000Ineg B s; Le make's Pil, aW.' Conway"--e Cle arnng nd Pu-
m~ap29 No 79,aate-f r et. M den, and A, a copletfrStore No r, Hreent of white and colored Baltimore fuperfine, fine, middlit g, and % A liberal allowance to thoe who pu rebafe,
'-,Ords receivedfor Tickets atd Quarters in Englifl patent filk hapeaus de Bras, of the very Thread, as ever nArDerica; both keis & balls Rye Fur to fll again. ( tw&d-Whrf.
UhTlo, Cshllge Lottery, containing the following Capi. nrfIquality, a few of them very edegantly trimmed w- tdvn fu err Sa mpbe.p ri-.
t er Prizes, vi n FAmeriran patent filk do. with Bullionwtrm ngh n00 dOR SAiE Nutriacakwnh lg.....
e'antto'an. enfiveWindow Ma Pces. His Agen sforreceivi i Goodarihemmings; Al on hand aumber of cafes wle & colored 4000 Ita green Coffee, ; An Ounce of PREVENTION iS Worth
















uaadry. A person deyrous of undertaking the as heeofore, vo-HAwNA BATCLD al' s d raging a BoU 20 tbs. Hay loft. Cftinro end ca e efficiently recomme of 5 ded, will J R..a do do-low, priced do do. ed ; patent famp 'iosLetn aid Wick Yar'; No 17, 0000 Ox Horhefrs ; 6 bales Velve Co ;fr he f
n h liberal of urage may 7 entlemen Officers of the army ahd militia are OR SALE, 1 Iro hhd re 20as 4d Slt, afloat d 200 boxes SpaaitCigarsj1R BIALTR's Celehbrated jetsi-ns a end ti on,

































es. .e.ters addre f6'dto thd fub.ribers, will 7 "'"1p8dt. 9-r Mnirtary Har for ftae. o boxes Lem,,i. A ,o^ toos oid Sable lon 500 .oat i quty; Tels. The Tenlnt may heaaccommodaed wil a.
lytend requetoled to call and'examine t -he above Goodsin be- L ndo Porter, Cortnalndg N. Orlean Cotton or thei REW ENTIOaheayn ICU 'tfan ir Gc-

















ap 30 No. 23, Dock-preet, Philadelphia. fore theypurchafe.m By R. patent cut Nails ,liered Steel, India-street. h many modere, pae apply to THOMASor JON
A FAotherarM Noticles fe. Biomeic um e d comfort, bilth of New-Orleans flat and Carolinndigo; on Medicinesare a pofiti have preventative'
r'"N the-hlght of tle 4th -inlla'tut, the Shop of the Likewife, a very extenfive affortment of patent imported and dousefticf nanlufaaltures, particularly :0 boxes Sperm Caniles;
LSubfcriber,.in DevSon ire-d ireet.,anda number filk, fine beaver, common aid low'priced Gentle- Yansnot all FAetioned above co Lete. Iffrteen 40 box e Cene nd Chrnlee ile wi hiaep fe
6f BOOTS htken therefrom, of the following del-4 men's Hats-ChildrenFs' Hats of1ats ,y.wll descriptions. oinfedaysw positively cure a recent difeafe
crtio, viz. pair of Suwarrow Bots withhare, lso, that he continu200 lb Beaver; 1000 Raciones; 1000 Boot & LET-A and col for aearviag a ihad_.k ttietso Obbls Id t & 4th do do. i ad jit everiid, to let orvi
to a farmer who mut produce good recomname of oe Makin Binding at No 4, 200 ps Hat B innings; a few.s i Ddhamr with a grod Dwelling-Houfroa and -, a variety of Houeho Furniture bW id cheap. "
Whitio n Alfo, No-1 be leta ; HOUE, codo veiet foraped ha f.Boots o Miliary Hat Bind he cannot bog, with a general afBarn vry convnint, and may rtmenbe t upn NA AN A MS. Extenvebearsof all w .5 pipes I, af Roo a
.oneofthsem ?tn., Engtl/h boot,Ba mare to'it made by HattersTrimmings; 2000 Ibscoarfe Wiol, faitable N. B. Though tise principal part of the abshve 150 bbls I(I do" do. In apriejbipplng ordered; t raint ct hnnec sary.-
the fbfcril both; I SuwarrowBoot, with thename- of fr He maufaord oure of lan, or ets.hat he w april immediately. Enquirer of nt,yet tages g ear C arletown, March la., () at Lewis'-wha freqe tl aderil 0o


































ton-Inquire of the pr1ter, april oS3 2 hands; yet if they will only give commands ifu rhe remnifes,or of Tl/c ifAicry, No- 13,thi(l llreer, To be Let
..eerh, Np ,3 ; 4 ds di White, No 347; I do iSaeofeeiaed the meopact ot themrIe at tileeuna- 1y0 bxesWhite Soap;Ithdoemreeffesof mercuryonhis
wienthewill the letget 20 and hters Jre. E. No 347may Bo9;onwho1 do d F. A'STRE. No 12, Notice.i ith- fined DWELLNGHOUS mbied do O LET an Statc-fteet, a Shop
482. Fran s do withe Je s NOf one, ,No 3 186; 1alth Copartne thi p in buinef s, heretofore exiftre- etand. Etfor fane WEST INDIA GOODS .GprOvAiheawilcheetr 0alf oed No an yellow dn .ite u an excellent acu d for eny kind oif b eunt.sd.c
do with *rinf rt. to hs nglaratn r the firm aOef to bcTT& SATTUCK, fully exchange hem tll he.urhfr isto Par Cellar Kitchen-good Cellar ; two erl Chambers d. for Offces-Rent mo

















IO BE LET-Three convenient pleafnd Chaw- Bteon etrc S 1812 O DeANTrs to Hireen o en hundred Cda.n-an excetent WeD o f Water, a v 12ry pa potin gven immediately Jquire at r
G d...o Eug.ThBoNof t ,ei g doiater d ae lte Silk Dyers, was diolved an the-I 9th day oftDecemn- a'dthe prices; difcounts, &c. will correflipond with bars each, and weighing about 27 lbs each; N.B. The above Medicines lavebeen extenrive-
ers, i theceter of the town, fitable for a having ema ds gin aid ila goods. 600 boes No, yellow do. fuitable for the S. v tried for many years, and theireffiaonvenienty fuly -
ootsall family, w ibth other s a p privilege. Apply as above, O be et ar ted exhibitthem Sqre, honfettlesent, and' Hehs apleofa arg Eae quantity of merino and n ery accommodaton necary f tabO i Led iT-a all e and o n Livenient d di-
for-the appttehbnfion of the Thiefror hivesve, fo, that all thofe indebted thereto, to aae inameniate pay- county Woo a well as Cottoa'Wool of different 400 do Catile Soap sade froN Olive. Oil, s ad in burg-li H iftals, under hie'dirci arn of DeLriuer 3.
heaor. they'may'be brought to justice, or a g Inerous smernt to WILLIAM BAARRI'T, Su,.iig Pa-tr. qualities, which will be fold lrow. He can tbpplytrnBlai,. llundedCt-era rrieHav-
reward wri 1ble paid for the property,.by .me, .... imitation of the Marfeiles and Leghorn i
Boeon, May 7. MATTHEW LORING. -r. faderies with considerable quantities of theote, as Soap, and fuitable for the Spaiih and Ilfle fide, Cruikfhank, Bednos and other eminent Str-
-... v~elfttfl'ai n arrett, wellas.Dye-fluffui ; orryill. otdsa of Frsance masrGets; geons.
S T O LEN Ttr yT "[' ef .tcr d afternoon be-, TENDERS his thanks to his'friend 9 sarid the pub. for imported.'.of oFr ance marko g eo e, h
tween 4 and 6 o'clock, from the flsp, of 'the lic, for the favors received by the late firm, and ref. W Farted-Cannnery made Cotton & Woolen Cloth, oad fort Fours, long and l'hort Fives, ultcient to prensent and e-re a recent infe-aqliso.
fobfeiriber, a val'uable'hiorizonral gold WATCH, the pea.fully Lohicits a continuance for himdclf-As he and.Flanael, of different colors. xpril 2. roag and fhort Sixas,Eight and Teas ; ,, Sadd \Whoesfale. with a very liberal d ilcount, by
rMaker, Godamar, NO I'248, with gold Ciain, and I continues to dye and finifli in the bel nmanner- .,Rernoval. 200 doi Dipt Candles, different fizes, viz Sixes, Dr Parfons, 13, Newbury-flreet-Remail by Kidder,.
relian Keyet-ingll.Brodcths, ineres, Sattis, Lutriags, Crape,'l BRRYwouldinformhifrieFights and Term; "sMarketl1quare--]all &St WelNod, 6 ,i anoive-t--

























rmsahl family, withother privileges. Apply as above, 'IO he let, near the North Squasre,'2 houales, cron- on u-nia,cumibeed Real. Eftate as Bofton, far rout aatd paoifeiflng every accommocdaution nect-frary for rY'N B:'. LET-a mall and] conveniseu Tone-


where way he obtained good male and female Do. enient for finally families Iquire of P Snow ti ,mt.the apu..ut ofthe-m=)n.lW Inquire of the print family-at a very moderate Rent, Application to -n ment, confilttitg of three Rooms, fituated r
efticks,. S ip may 11 .No 33, Fiflht:rect. May 4. let. ,. 1 .' be made to Wu ANDcaws, Effex-street. may7 Pitt's-Lane, Weft-BBoRloo. inquie at thi, Office. .-




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