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Title: The independent chronicle
Uniform Title: Independent chronicle (Boston, Mass. 1801)
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams & Rhoades
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1801-1817
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microopaque by Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 33, no. 2163 (Dec. 21, 1801)-v. 49, no. 3768 (May 29, 1817).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume ID: VID00003
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EOSTON, (MAssa/u Printed, by, ADAMS, RHOADES & CO. PUBLISHERS rf tk ,L' ws of the UNITED S rs

Juft Publifhed,
A ND for fale at E. LARKIN's No 47, Cornhill-
a copy oftlhe.recordsoftthe trial of Ens. Joilixr
H. BaowN, (who was honorably acquitted) before
division Ccurt-Martial, begun & holden at Charlef-
town, on the 14tlh of Augufi, 1810. It is believed
this trial contains more interefing matter to the fol-
dier than any one ever publifled in this Common-
wealth, as the defence fet.up was this, the complain.
ant being illegally ele&ed and commifflioned, his or-
ders were illegal,and fuch as every foldier was bound
in honor to reflt. .- nov '26

Diftri&c of Maffachufetts :-to wit:
(c. S)
B E IT REMEMBERED, that on the tenth day
of October,iin the thirty-fifth year of the inde-
pendence of the Unirted S'ates of America, THOMAs
& AnaREWs, of the faid dilrird, have clepofited "'in.
this office the title of a Book, the right whereof they
claim as Proprietors, in the words following, to rit:
" The Mafachufetts Juflice, being a collection of
the Laws of the Commonwealth of Maflachufetts,
relative to the power and duty of Juflices of the
Peace ; alphabetically arranged. To which are ad-


Fifh Infpeclion Oimce.
-Hs- tson, .2VT 26, 1810.
SHE nfpeanr ef Pickled andSmoked FISH for
the Ciommatwweahlh, having received information of
frzuds in the flhirmeqsi of Inlpeased filh, in which
the vigilAiceof the Officers of ile Cufloms (who it
si believed have ufed (Iheir 'exertions to caufe the
Laws to be refpeoed) has been eluded; and in or-
der that none may again plead ignorance of the law.,,
publishes for the information of purchafers, flhirn-
pers and masters of veffels, teadth fedion of the Pick-
led Fitfl Lawi an1 the 5th fertias of the Smoked
rifi Law, which areas follows -
Sec. G3. Be it fariter enaaed, That if any master
of a veffel or other pet-fon hall put or receive on
board any veffel or otiler carriage of conveyance, to
traafport the fame from this Commonwealth, any;
pickled or who!e til, packed in cafls which are not
infpeded and branded in manner by this ad pre-
feribed,, le or they, on cervicion (fall forfeit and
I)ay not lets tha-nfiv' dollars, nor more than ten dol-
lars, for each and every hundred pounds of fuch un-
infpe'Red fifls."
"Sec. 5. #e it further enafed, That no 'frnked
.Alewives or Herrings, which hall ant have been in-
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ltpe'.leCi atia n..,ureu agreeaoie > tuhe prv.', ".~ j..,U dei tle proper heads; a variety frms,
thiri ni, IhdlrL hc'purtrdfrom thKti, nmsiwe.,'h, grounded on laid laws. The whole intended for
under a penalty of two dollars for each box fo expar- the ufeof thofe who pradeice in the office of a Juf-
ted; nor fall any Alewives or Herrings be taken tice, to affifl them ii tLe various duties thereto be-
from any box to infpedted and branded, and others longing. With an Appendix, containing extralcts
of an inferior quality be putin their place, with in- from fundry laws uf the United States, and other ufe-
tent to deceive or defraud any perfon in the faie of ful matters. To all wlich is added an Index.-By
the fame, under a penalty of five dollars for each SAMutLr FREEMAtN, sq. Compiler of the Town Of-
ibox fo changed." ficer, Probate "Auxiliary, and American Clerks'
Any information desired on the fubjeO of the In- Magazine. Third edition, much improved."
fpet&ion Laws will be cheerfully, given to any who In conformity to the Aft of Congrefs of the Uni-
will call at No 2, Doane's-ftreet, near State & Broad ted States, entitled, "An Adt for the encouragement
streets; and where copies of the Laws may be ob- of learning, by fecuring the copies of Maps, Charts,
taised. .. and.Books, to the authors and Proprietors of fuch
To answer the design ofgovernment that tfie Ffl' copies during the time therein mentioned; and ex-
of Maffachufetts may become a valuable article of tending the benefits thereof tn the arts of defgnin,
export, .she liws mouf be r'gidly,attended to ; and engraving and elching hiftorical and other prints."
the barrels when flhippedjhould be well filled, and W M. S. HA W Clerk
trimmed; otherwise the belt infpecaion will prove of rthe Diftri ofMaffachufetts.
abortive. To fsav a paltry expense many wie e- The above valuable work, price 2 dolls 50 cts is
vadethe laws and expofe the Infpeaidn of the ftate for fale by ITHOMA & ANDREWs, No 45, Newbu-
to great injury. Information of fraud, or evafion of ry-freet. 4w nov 26
the laws, is requolled-and thofe who give the infor- __
nation may rely on inyiUlable fecrecy ; and the De- Ladies' Elegant Work BoxeS.
puty-lnfpe',:ors are again exhorted to ufe their ut- N o B e.
mft vigilance in the execution of the laws. TAMES W. BTIRDITT & Co. have ,jiuft received
HENRY PURKITT, Insp,6r-General J from England, and for fale at their Shop, under
nov 26 the Bookflore at Franklin-Head, Court-fireet-A
few elegant Work Boxes. Alfo-Ladies' Pocket-
Winter Eftablifhment. Books, Thread Cafes, Etwees and Purfes, Gentle-
0 F the Middle Line of Stages, to Hartford, N. various zes and ices, the whe akingum Booan effort.
Haven and New-York, will commence run-v fiab lad e e myh"' a mgan effort.
ning on the 12 Neth w-York, f. as follows :-mentofabove two hundred dozens, wholefale and
ng on the 1th ilt, as follows- :,retail.
Leave Bofton every morning, (except Sundays) nov19
at 9 o'clock, dine at Holbrook's in Medfield, and Take Notice.
arniveat Thompfon at 7 o'clock, fame evening- T
Leave Thompfon every morning, (except Sundays) HE Copartnerflbip lately existing under the
at 6 ,'clock, breakfaft at Cady's. Pomfret, and ar- .. firm of FLETCHER &s' GARDINER, is by
rive in Hartford, a.t 4 o'clock, P. M.-Leave Hart- mutual content diffolved, this day, for the purpoic
ford every morning, (except Sundays) at 9 o'clock of taking Mr. JOHN MCFARLANE, into the concern.
dine at Pornerdy's,Coveatray, and arrive in Thomp- All perfons who have demands against eit!ter of the
fon, at 7 o'clock, fame evening-Leave Thompfon partes,.are defired to call and receive their dues ;
every morning. (except Sundays) at 6 o'clock, break- and thofe indebted, to make immediate payment,
faft at Thompfon's, Men1on, and arrive in Bofton, at No. 59, Cornhill.
-r 4 bo foinc, P. M. -
N. B. A Stage leaves Harrford every morning, At Copartnerfhip Formed.
9 o'clock, for New-York, ind arrives in New-York, The Subferibers have formed a connedlion in
next day, at 10, A. M. bufinefs, under the Firm of
Books kept at WIrms voo's Bromfield's-Lane, McFarlane, Fletcher & Gardier,
and at WALTON'S,.signl of the Indian-Queen, Marl- c~ arcane, letcber c Gardiner,
boro'-fireet, Bofton-at at DENNET's, Hartford. At Warehoufe, No. 59, CornDill, where they have
Trowbridge & Potter, Ifaac Traik, for fale, a general affortment of GOODS, in their
John Babcock, James Jones, line, (as partly enumerated below) moft of which
'Byer Clark, Patridge Holbrook, were feledled byMr.McFarlane, at the manufadtories
Abel Jacobs, Pardon Luther, in England, and which they offer, whbolefale amd retail
Jofeplh Cady, jun. Babcock & Campbell. as low as can be purchased in America.
o.ton,.Nov 1, 1810. JOHN McFARLANE,
THE Subfcribir gives ptpblic notice, that the
..Books for the Amherft, Windfor and Burling- McFarlane, Fletcher & Gardiner,
ton Mail Stage, are removed from Boyden s, near HAVE ceived by the and other late
the Market, to Mr. Jofeph Bradley's Tavern, Elm- HAVE received by the ane, and other late
.fireet, fign of the Golden Ball. Likewife, feats may arrivals,
be takbn at the Providence Stage Office, at the Ex- 23 Packages choice GOODS,
change Coffee Houfe. Confisiing of-
nov 26 1 DANIEL UPHAM. GoldWATCHs, Rofkell's beft finifhedpatent
'r -Tlipn / lever movements, cap'd & jewelled with and without
OW ipS. flopl feconds-.heft vertical efeapement capl'd and
T HE Proprietors of the Middlefex Canal, hAVe jewelled and plain do. fome fuitable for Ladies ;-
J for fale two Townflbips of A large afTortment of SILVEa WATC tnS, oif every
Eaftern Lands-u'nlocated. defcription-Gold Watch CnAsIts, StUALS & KEYs,
The late difeoveryof a very fertile diflrid on the fome new and elegant patterns.
road recently laid out from Kennebeck-river 'to Rich London madefine pearl fet EAR-RINOS,
Quebec, by the Commiflioiners appointedby the finger RiNcs, BRACELETS & BaROACEs,in complete
General Court for that purpofe, affords a peculiarly fets, or feparate-pearl & cornelian 'ops & Drops ;
favourable opportunity of location, a the purcha- filagree do-fame new patterns filagree and corne-
fers will have the privilege of feeding the belt foil, lianr mourning (lone fet & black enameled jewellery,
good situations for mills, and other advantages. Or a fmall invoice of Paflework.
the location might bh made on landsup the Penob-, Be Sheffield lasted Sets, containing Coffee,
feat, and near thd St John's river, where the latest and Tea Pots, fugar Batons abd cream Pots ;-
grants by the General Court, have been located,and the fame separate ;-Candlefticks and Branches ;-
elfewbere. elegant cake & fruit Bafkets; rich cut Glafs Caflors;
The very favorable terms on which there lands a great variety ; Snuffers and.Trays ; ffh Knives;
would be fold, will be a firong inducement to men foup Ladles; table and tea Spoons ; rich cut glafs
of capital to make this kind of investment. Salts, in plated & gilt lands, liquor Stands; Goblets.;
Iptuire of the fubfcriber at GEO. SvLLivAN's Of- focket Lamps, &c.
fce, Court-ftreet. JNO L. SULLIVAN. Superfine ivory handle caft-fleel KNIT1tE ahand
nov 19 I FoRKS, with defferts & carvers; Penknives, Sciffors
'--- and Razors; Britannia tea Pots, and coffee do;-
TOTICE is hereby given, that the Subfcriber has moroco P cket Books-ivory memorandum Books;
mbeooPdutyoa d ionty memoranduo Books ;
1J- ben duly appointed Adminifirator of the EC- tortoife fell Combs-Spangles; gold Thread; gold
tateof DANIEL WILLCUTT, and filver Lace and Bindings ; filver fnuff Boxes,
late of Cobaret, in the county pf Norfolk, Mar- and fruit Knives ; pencil Cafes, and Thimbles.
ner, deceafed ; and Ihas taken upon himself that -ALSO, ON HAND-
truft hy giving bonds as the Law direufs. And all
perfons having demands upon the Eftateof faid de- Sets of Tea Service, SILVERPLATE,
ceafed,are required to exhibit the fame ; and all searrantedflerling Silver, and the firf quality of work.
perfons indebted to the faid eflate, are called upon manfhlip, filver Cups|; Tumblers ; Pitcliers; Por-
to make payment to ringers; Ladles,; Spoons, and every article of filver
JOEL WILLCUTT, Adminiftrator. Work ufed in families.
Cohaffet, Nov 15, 1810. (n 26) The manufadory of JEWELLERY & SILVER
---PLATE, will be very particularly attentrdd to, in all
N OTICE is hereby given, that the fubfcriber their branches, as ufual, and the highteft price paid
has been duly appointed Adminifirator to f,,r precious GEMs, PEARIS, and uld GoLD and
lateof Marlborough,in the county ofMiddlefix,Yeo- (3- WATCHMAKERS may be supplied with
wmai, deceased, ite/lare, and has taken upon him felf bheft Lancaflhire cat-tteel 1i'ces, Tools, and Materialh
that ,trur by giving bonds, as the Law diredcs. And of every defeription. Nov. 2G.
4.11 perfons having demands upon the Ltate co the
faid iuteftate, are required to exhibit the fame; Elegant black Lace Veils..
and all perfons indebted to the faid estate, are S S. WHITNEY, No. 12, Cernhill, has juft re-
called upon to make payment, toi ceived a large aflbortment of elegant black
DANIEL BRIGHAM, Admo)r. and white Lace Veils, much lower than formerly.
MarlboroughNov 15, 1810. __ (a26) Also-Gentlemen and Ladies' Silk Hofe,rich
Taken up, clocks, jhort white Silk Gloves, Gentlemen's do
Clinked built BDAT, 18 feet long from head large fize-1 bale fuperfine Queen's Cloth, the moft
ofem o ern p feet faonable colors ; Pellife Flannels ; twill'd and
.of flem to flero poft-6 feet beam, painaed ll'dwhite do.
lead color outside, yellow infide,ceiling in flats,withmill'd white do.
tharp fern. The owner, by paying ior this adver- Like i e-l00 pair of ROSE BLANKETS,
tifement and cuftomary charge,; may have her by from 7-4 to to 13-i4, for file, at reduced prices.
apply!tg at Fort Iindependence. no6 19 9 Bales 1-2 ell Ruffia Diapers-7-8 C- l rain
Sa Fot pe.- ne.*- .ri,, r9~ ~and 4-4 Irilli Linens, of a superior leach, juil re-
WANTED IMMEDIATELT, ceived-toeer wit h a complete aort ,wet of Fall
A N Apprentice in a Hard Ware Store Inquire and Winter Goods-50000 Chab el Nee-liksp
fg bc Printer4 ot 235 nov a5s

KID Shosts.
MN. 38, Afarllars'-Strem-SSil sthe B!ie Bil,
3NFORM, their cuftomers, andTh.-public ih
.J. general that they ea hand-
An elegant affortment of Ladtes S{uORS,
made of the firfi quality Engli kid.' comprifing a
variety 4f col".ur, vie-buff, -lue, blulTom, falmfon,
olive, llate, tIE,pui ple, black.'i,lite,and% a rious c -t.
oursfg-,,r.'--made in a superior flyle Also,
Blue, Purple, Green, and Red "irALKING
SHOES-made of thae lful qual iy of E-, -dl-
og C. & L. trendirtheir thinks t6 the public for
the very liberal tiaie of patronage received the few
months they have been in bufinefs ; and hope, by
their unremitting exertions to accommodate custom.
.ers with the moRt Faliona!e mSbes,on favorable terms,
to mtrit a continuance of their favors,
Nov 26 6H"

TAMES .M i IPH Y, No ,".. Mar/br.,'-f/reet,
has received per the i'-, Jwe and 'other late
Iarrnvale, his fall fupply of
Watches, Yewelry and Fancy Goods;
which hl offers for ale very low prices-fiz :;
Gold and silver Wat-:hes ;, plated Caftors ; Teapots;,
Sugars and Creams, in fets to match ; Candleflicks,
Snuffers and Trays; Table and Tea Spoons ; Sugar
Tongs ; Salts ; focket Lamps ; Corals and Bells ;
Shoe Latchets; Parte Knee Buckles ; Watch Springs,
Chains, Seals and elegant cornelian Keys ; gold and
gilt Breafll Pins, Ear'Hoops, Knobs and Drops; Fin-
ger Rings ; Bracelets ; Ceftus Clafps; an elegant
affortment of Britannia Teapots. (new patterns,) Ta-'
ble and Tea Spoons, Knives and Forks, patent Cork
Screws, Braek Lamps and Candlefficks, gilt Looking
Glaffes, Pocket Books, Thread Cafes and Purfes,
fpare caftor Glaffes ;
500 Waiters ; gilt Heatth Bruflies,
5 cafes Loo Boxes and Tea Caddies,
40 boxes tea and coffee China,
I cafe cut glafs Buttons, afforded colors,
Bundle and pound Pins,
2 boxes Pearl reads, &c.
Conflantly on hand-Gold Beads and Silver
Spoons-together with a great many other Gooda,
too numerous to mention.
-- I ALSb--
Superfine and common Broadcloths, Caffi-
meres, Satinets and Coatings; Peliffe Cloths ;. white,
red and yellow Flannels ; Baizes, Bombaszets and
Calimancoes; Shawls ; late, black, white and mixt
wortled andtcotton Hofe ; tabby, plain and corded
Velvets ; Veft Patterns; extra long common.and
Ihort kid, beaver,'angola, blk and white filk Gloves;
Canton Crapes ; filk Hofe aad Loltrings ; white and
col'd Cambrics ; Calicoes ; Ginghams ; Chintzes .
black Cambrics ; Barcelona and Madras Handkfs;
Netted Braces ; black and white patent Laces and
Edgings; India Cottons and Checks; Bed Ruggs,&c-.
1 bale Ruffia Diapers,
1 cafe Bandanna and Ffagg Hdkfs.
I do Oil Cloths,
2 bales India Hearth Ruggs,
I box Luteftring Ribbons, afforted,
80 chefs and caddie. firft .quality -)
Gunpowder, Hyfon, Hyfon- TEAS.
kin, Souchong and Bohea *-
Nov 26.-
O FFERS for fale, at a fall advance for calla or
fhort credit, the following GOODS ;
4 bales Broadcloths;
I do Peliffe Cloths;
4 do Flannels and Baizes ;
I do Petiffe Flannels ;
2 do Caflimeres; Wildbores;
S do Bombazcts ; 3 do Rofe Blankets ;
1 do Duffil Blankets.; I do Carpetings ;
1 do Plains ; 1 do Satinet;
1 do Fearnoughts.
Cafes of Calicoes, white and black Cambrics, Vel-
veteen, Shirtings, ,Diapers, Pins, Adelphb Threads,
&c. Alfo-an afrortment of Wortied Hooferv, Rib-
bons, plain and figured Sarfnets, Modes, Pelong
Satins, Sewing Silk and Twitl,Leather Gloves, Fancy
Trimmings, Worfted Wdbb, Book Muflina, Fancy
do. Bindings, Ferrets, Galloons, &c &c.
0b Ic ep2m
Jeremiah Fitch,
No. 27, CoaNwuLt,
OFFERS for fale, the followingGoods, juft received
by the late arrivals from Lsndon and Livsrpfol,
Superfiae and low priced Broadcloths and
Caffimeres; Coatings; Duffils; Baizes ; Flannels ;-
a few pieces twilled do.; a large affortment of men's,
women's & youth's worked Hofiery, of every price,
from 16/.to I16dols. per d6zen; rofe Blankets; blue,
drab and mix'd low priced Foreft Cloths; worked
Shirts and Frocks; fcarlet worfted Tippets ; Peliffe
Cloths and Flannels; 1 trunk gentlemen and ladies'
Gloves, of almost every defeription; Bembazets and
Wildbores ; Englifh Thread Edgings and Lace6,
priced frem 10 cts. to 6 dols. per yard.
N. B. Alfo--For fale, I box, Containing 2000 yts.
3-7, 5-4, 6-4, 1-4 and 8-4 cotton Damafk for Table
Cloths ; FancyBirds Eye; Huckerbuck; 400 -, j ando
9-8 Napkins, and 5-4, 6 4, 7-4, 8-4 Damalk Table
Cloths. This box of Goods, being damaged, was iold
at A uftion for the benefit of the Underwriters; any
of thefe articles will now be fold by the piece or yd-
for 25 per cent. less than the original coft & charges.
Wanted-a Young MAN, about 18 years of
age, as an Apprentice. InJuire as above.
Nov. 12. (2m)
Selling off cheap.
T HOMAS & APLL VINTON, No. 2, Newbury
fireet, twd doors nerth of the New Market,
intending to make a new arrangement in their bufi-
nefs, offer for fale their whole flock of European
and India GOODS, at reduced prices for cafh or
lsort approved credit, wholesale and retail. An
excellent opportunity now offers for fhopkeepors
to effort their flocks, and families to fupply them-
t'efves with a great variety of Goods adapted to the
fealon. All perfons having demands on the above
firm are requested to przefent the fame forfettlement,
an'd all pertins indebted are requefled to make im-
mediate payuedt.
NOTICE. The fubfcriber inteding fdiortly ef
leave this country for England for the parpofe to
purchasing Goodeffers his services to importers to
feled Goods for a fall commiffico ; any bhefinefs
committed to him will be faithfully attended to.-
Having heen engaged in the dry gon&ods bufinefs in
this town for thirteen years lat p;.fl, he is confident
he can rnm;ke a eleeion of goods well caloi'ated for
this market.Tothofe per-ns with whom, he ha done
hnlincfs, lie orelunes this notice wili be fLciero t
ard to thole litscquadited wSth hin r f e Thali!e
refere-ces wi!l be giver. T"OI.4AS VINTOiN.
Nov. 13. (6w)

Freeman & Patteiih BOSTON:
Ns 18, 2OCJC.'SQUARZ', ..-.
"I AVE received by the Jane; and otherlatearri- R vi cw;j of e sf n"0 rt a
A vrIS from Europe-a general afIcrtment of-
S Seasonable GOODS. e [Commitinicated for the Chronic.
confifling of As the public have not been made aqutna;ntitl
Bo'Adcloths, .low priced. Toilinet and with fo"ne of thle rmlt prominent feature, d?
middling, fuperfi. blks. Veftings; the late.operations of the contending armies
browns, copper, bottle, Do Col-ds & corded Ker- in Forttlgal, perhaps the f !l -v!I'n items
mixi'd, olive, drabs and fey meres ; derived from letters.of Britifl., I 'I ,.. .... I n.
blue fav'd,by lie bale Sarges-; Baizes; 'is the 21ft Ott. will enable them to-Forni
- or piece; Yellow, white,, red and more corirea opinions of the probable rfitul
Back, blue, drabi,fw a reen larn.eis; of the prefeit conat3.
& mix'd,dr,ulb! c fie.- thek -Fo::. & red Bom-. "i t was generally tnderfoOnd in Lisbon,that
gle n,,ll'J Kerleyvn, re, ; 1.,crr,, W, .I.. : Lord Weilington had chosen thre6 linae of deA
Blue and drab PI.,nm,L.w e'IT ,r .ndJ Illickfetts; fence, which could be defended by 0o,o00 regn-
priced; Black, olive and tabby's lir troops agairft rdolMe that number, each of
Low priced and fine drab, do;; which )as fortifd with tnuci a ter.irio w.iidee
blueand corbe i, Coat- White ard bolor'd Cam. the diredion of able engineers and skilful ofi-
Do ls and dn lan- s cr The firft line extended north and fotivl-
keDo s an l Bln hingham Cotton,&c. t gh a coniderable rage of mountains,
ttle, black, Gingrbeau, ol- aMen's & 'Woen's Wolf. which hd always been deems(dl one of the nat-

ive and fcarlet Pelice ted Hofiey, &c. lal barrie o" the kingdom. The eaT-ef
Flannels; communication with Aimeida was about 1 i
ls o--an Inolce of Eulnlons,Pin4 edl P.Pc.- -I ,tv:.1 ';." uirt %.', It a 'e i-
t-Buok, c otton Braces,andi l.,ory ard 1,n Ciunt b h rope nl in t iino .h
all of which Wvill be fold on favorable r ais. r pt' P 1,o-o uc iratrofon, a1nd the 'otrnt
nov S;6 g lar r i i cic- gairifon, ard the govl.rn .
... n ent of it giver to Col. Cox, no i)lt-e:1id B IiifhU
Parker Aple u Co "officer, And the place left to its fate. This
Prkier, ApptetOln 0 place, which was very ifi..r,;l fortified, colt the
Np 29, Broad-stree et French army ".n attack of three days. Mcich
H4 AVE received by the late arrivals from Eng/l mnanceuvreing nol the part of the Fretch .fime.
a large and complete alirtiment of diately Followed, which employed about a fort.
Staple and Fancy GOODS night. Thl moft favorable conclufiou' were
CONSISTING or drawn by the Portiguefe and Eriglifi in Ltbbon
23 bales fuperfine and 2 e cafes of elegant long from this circumftance, when very ui.e pea-udlyr
common' Broadcloths, Shawls and Scarfs, it was knuvon, that the E.nglith and I'ortngu.efl
8 mili'd and common 4 6-4 printed Shawls, had rapidly retired to th, fecrand line of dcfel:ce,
C.aiffmeres, 2-6-4,7-4, 8-4 elegant in the neighborhood of Coimbra. This retreat
7 Plains, afforted, Vigona Imitatiu do ; .was in'confeqnence of the movement of -..ireolg
2 --Coatings, 1 7-4, 8-4 elegant filk detachment9ff the Fretch army to tire tuprtflh o
2 Deventihire Kerfrys, Imitation Shawls, fr. Lord Wtefling~ton's line, and another to eho
10 Fanritels,, 5 to 30 d6bs. e:'cl,, fouth, which it was apDrehe;Aded we,-e intei'udled
6 Imperial Cords, : 2 rich ImitationDreffes to cut off his retreat to Coimrbra aiid to Liaboli
2 Pelifi Flannels, 2 -figr'darfnets&Satins This second liti vas repo 1ed to be orci
3 Bombazetts, I -rich gold peliffe lact, frosgand ddfelrible than the irlt, a ut-
4 WRldbores, f Cords and Girdle', her of days wNere again fpetlet in tc a. i rUin-
S- Raitnets&Shalloops, 2 cotton I.aces, bmt of days were hen o the o ir
1 Duffiks, i 2 lacydVeils, Cap's, manetuvreing, &c; when on ithe -, ,,*
6 Rolffe Blankets dkfsTipets, Cps an attack was tnade by about 7,i r o80 oFrencS
6 Rofe Blankets, H1dkfsTipets&Tuckers fcrded hy 2 Englifls atd P
5 Rug Blankets, 5 elegant faacvMuflins, on a position defended hy 2 Englifl and 3 PoS^
I Mole Skina', 1 -Thread Lace, tugnefe regiments. The poft was as bravely
1 Ratteens, 1 black filk Lace, defended, as intrepidly attacked-and after the
4 fup. Hunters Cloths, 1 lace tamb'd Sleeft'e, attention of th'e rmies had been sometime ocz
4 Tartan Plaids, 2 fancy filk Hdclk'fa cupied by the attack, the Frendh forces fudden-
7 Fancy Veflings, 2 ladies' habit Glovts, ly retired, but were not followed. All the let-
3 dark mixt Satinets, ali colors, terms written to Lisbon on the fame evening.,
2 printed Bombazets, 1 comp'nybeftLongee fpoke highly of the important filLcefs, repre-
85 cafes common and Hdkfs. fenting the loTh of the French at five or fix thoun
fuperfine Caliooes, 14 check Gingham, f nd at leaf, and it was deemed the foreriu,net
9 tup. Velvets & Cords,$ 2 Bengal ftiripe do. of the moft brilliant fuccefa I but very unect.-
1 Tabby Velvets, 2 Hair Cord, pededly, the firit advice. that was received front
1 6-4 cambric Dimities, I Englifh filk Bandan- the armies, fix or fdvenr days after, was that, Ld,
1 3-4 do do ; nas, Wellingtori had tetihed to the outposts of hi,*
4 worfled Hofe affort'd 3 Pulicat Hdkfs. third line, in the neighborhood of Lisbon.-'
2 white Cambric, 1 Madras Hdkt. .This wA; the catife of infinite alarm to the
2 Fancy Buttons, S 16- 4-4 Irifh Linens, Portuguefe, and entirely destroyed their ronfil
2 colored Cambric, 2 cotton Shirtings, dence in ultimate firccefs-'and was the morg
4 Silk and cotton Ribbands, afforded. clittrefling from the fanguine hopes which thl
Ginghams, recent letters had given rife to. It was diftca-
p. ece, -urreaf'- altte t of tobeetr.
........ m........... tI ru tie ,guer.e on part of the French, to.
Francis S. Durivage, draw off the attention of the Britilh commAnder
No. 44, Broa -reei from a movement that had been made by the
...AS received bythe road.t, French, with Abody of 10,0o00 men, principally
AS received by the AFew Galen, from Londbn, horfe and flying artillery, to take poffefititn of
Sand offers for Sale, on liberal terms, a very important poft in the rear of the Britilh
Women's late and Beft London Pins, of army, which cut off the supplies of the latter
blk worried Hofe, a flperior kind, from tbe fea, through the, channel of the river
Men's do. Supr. filk Twift, Mondeg,. This Lord Wellington difcavered
Women's Habit Gloves, Scarf& common filk do too late to prevent-and orders *ere ifftied for'
of various k;ids, lilk and cot. Ferrito, a general retteati which commenced the foliow-
do floperior long white filk Galloons,
kid do. Hair Ribbons,,Inorning.
Men's beaver do. Capaned bonnet "ire, .Thus we feel that by the lkilfnl manoeuvre#
4-4 Book Muffins, Ink-Powder & Wafers, of MaflenA, the Britifh and Portuguefe l avef
Quality & hoe Bidings, Bef Windfor and other been difpoifelTed of two very important lines
Bell London Tapes. Fancy Soaps, &c. &c. of alm 01t all the country between the Dbuer'
-ON HdNlD- and the Tagus, compofetd of the moft poptfi-
Received by the Sally.Ann, Wafliingtoi, and Anne, lousy and fertile part of the kingdom, without
from Liverpool, .fighting at the firft line, and with a trifling lns
Black, blue, bottle- Scotch plaid Ginghamb, at the second. Both retreats were precitate
green, drab & mixt Cambric Mulint, and the purfuit warm ; infomich that the Brit.
Broadcloths &Caffimcres, Cotton Colerains, iib left 3soo,ooo rations of bread at Cuimbra,
Corbeau & oliveCoatings, Shinting Cottons, all their faulted provisions, and ma-ny other flores
Fathionable Veftings; Children's Copperplate and fome heavy baggage; and the ":*je of
Thickfetta, Hdk'fs. Lord Wellington's proclamation in Atigaft, or,
Velvets and Cords, Super. fringe and eorn. during under pain of the fevereft piinifthment,
Calicoes, Madras Hdk'fs. that in cAfe circumstances fhoald render it ne-
Checked Hair Cord and 5 Britannias, &c. ceffary for him to retreat, that the inhabitants
G3- A further Supply is expected by the next of the neighboring country flhoid ailb retie,
arrivals. (eptf. Odlt. 1 driving with them all their cattle a*'d deftroyin
S' all their grain, was defeated. Between 2o a!,
R. G. Shaw, so,ooo of the inhabitants,only retired, and thofe
No. 3, Kilby-fireet, fo precipitately, that they had only time to col-
HT A.S received a few packages of GOODS, on led a few of their molr valuable articles in bags,
'. confignment which will be'opened and fold which they threw over the backs of their mus
in lots to flit purchafers, at reduced prices, viz. and affes, and left their hoiifes and the remain-
Elegant Scotch Trimmings, Cambric Muf. der. It was trtly pitiable to fee harrncle w.o-
lins,veined do. fine yard wide Irifli Sheetings, do. men and children, reduced from a Rare of ruT-
Irifi Linens, 7-8 Colerain do. tic comfort, to abfelute beggaryaod if military
Aho, 1y the P! aage', men are to be tried by the common feelings of
Bales Plains, cafes beft London Pins, Trifh humanitv,a measure which would be attended
Sheetlngs,4-,vsnd 7-8 Irifh Linens, Erown do. bales with l'oub a fcere of mifery and diftrefa cannot
of Herring Net and Caplin Seines Lihwise, bejultified. War coadclted in the miidef
450 boxes Window Glafs, in 50 feet boxes, manner is the fcourge of the human race; but
Cajh advanced on Good. configned for ale. fuch measures are adding to it tenfold horror.
Nov 26 eptf If the well known fable of the tree that was
Straw Bonnets and Braids. cut down by an axe, the helve of which was
RICE & BUSH, near the old Market, Boron, taken from it- own body, is to be deemed indic.
would inform their Cuflomers and the Public, ative of the feelings which adtuate the human
generally, that they continue to purchase Straw mind, what muft be the fenfations of thofe
Bonnets and Straw Braid as ufual ; and that they poor people, at the unfeeling policyof a friend
have on hand, and will conflant!y keep, a general which has reduced them to filch a htate of
afigrtment of European and India piece Goods. want and wretchedoefs ? No advantage,.wbat,
Alfo-Weft-India Geods, Flour, Cotton, Rice- ever, was, notwithstanding, likely to be deriv,
Tobacco. &c. and can accommodate their customers ed from this cruel nmeafure, as the quantity ot
with Hard & Crockery Wares, Books & Stationary, grain destroyed was much lets than what would
Hats, Shoes, and in general the articles wanted in a have been confused by the number of inhabi.
country Store. All of which will be delivered a: fair tants that fled, aid their animals. Since tha
prices, in barter for Straw Bonnets and Braid, by Britifh have reached their third and lat line
wholefale only. they have gradually been receding from thek-
tr-Purrhafers of Straw Bonnets, will find it for outpofts upon their fortified line extending
their interest to call on them, as they will have the from Alhandra on the Tagus, to Mafra ct the
siadvantage of felecdling from a large and faflionable ocean-the firft about four and the laft about
aflortmerat. They will fell only by thescafe or doz. fix leagues from Lifboa. About two thirds of
ept. 24, (tf) this line is very hilly and mountainous; but the
Copartnerihip Formed, remainder is a tolerably level country. The
ORRIL MARSTON and BENOiCE JOHN- French are polled in another line about half to
SON. jun. have formed a connexirn in bufi- a league dinant from the 'Englifh. The former
nets, to be tratfacted under the firm of are composed of about s,u&Co Erglifh troops,
MARSTON & JOHNSON, -5,000 P.'rtuguefe, about this number of moili.
and have t.tken Charbes in Joy's building, (Corn tia, betidecs fCO Spariardrs under the cort-
hill Square )eotrainr. No. i, Where shby offer for mard of the M?.arquis ot Roman, and General
tap a variety "f FPROPEAN GOODi, at a finma O'Don.-'i!, which J the Britifh forces the
dva-.e for c.'th or a, .rvcd cre'.dit, tf Oda 22 1 sth. "i hofe are the v.flie of the Sar thi

-*ie( wbhich ha4beefl employed -in SpanufMi
trernadur.a. Trt~1le5d ti th e Englith are abe
10 ,- 'nop 'which IaIs reached Lifbon l
tw- eci r th,- I Rd 16' h p. fr.osm Englaid,,Ii
la .1. C.iir G.ihraltara,,d iicvy., 1 he Fre
c T'ee i .:b! a: 70 ouheftliSve meCr. ,In a
di;ion,) to"thd danger of finding .a- vAlnria
p"1i6t ia fich arq kter.five ire, if it is a fa
that a body <'f tt to 20,000 French paffed thr
Ba.yorme the. early part cf Ocdober. to jo
Mffenri, L;fb.-ti and the1hipping will probabi
be'attacked from the fouth fidp of theTa g
wir;ch for a distance' 'f. nearly five .mild,
crrt. ofed of a bank nearly 40o feet above tl
f, face uf the river, which commadts bh
Lifbir! and nearly the whole of the (hippino
and- in cafeof f-uc 'an attempt, Lord .'ellio
ton would be obliged'to fight, or to fend a fu
ficient body of'forces to the fouth qf the f
go's: tocdefncid hthfe heigh,. which by weike-
ing' iis army would expofe him to a-defeat <
the artherr fidc, and the conftequent danger
of the defl ruftion of his whqle army ; or t
muftc'apitulate or precipitately retreat to b
flipping. Such an attack has been much ai
prthesided by many Britilhofficers. So gre;
was the tner conceived, hat the'Portttguee
Govern uent' had embargoed all fhippipg; :
morng ,he reft. about i9 fail of Americans, an
had vr.ierd tn at ne fourthiof he ftowage an
tod.f.t-rifb of the yo6t m ofn r,.paffengt'p ;houl
be held at she rifpofitiotp f the.oPbrtagueT
Government-they paying.a reasonable freight
and palagp.motuey for the- fame.: .ar4nd the Bril
ifh Cnnful Genteral hLd u ofirially notified th
EfgliA merchants to- einbrk all their eftfed
which was. do4ig with thiu: ,nfl texpe'diti,i-
Atifhe h-a.i'-h b' ageoftate eri'tsih off:icrr wa
1'0 alli embriTkinp. 'Ttit oily h,,pe entertained b
a e'ntilefT.anri lh in oIlrue f,,i the iOaftc nf L;i
h-rb 'Vr'i, that Lord Wpcllington would be abl
to dt fr.d his poftls f-o long, that Maflena wouli
be'oblried to retreat for owant of bread:-:-Buo
a t.he Frienrc were abundantly ftupplied will
bet'f, wine andl h an, and no ant of -bread ap
pared hitierto to exifl; Iefides now-having
the corr.mrad ot sO fq 0are-eagues of the a not
feCrile country in. Po'rtngal, from which 'nt
doubt cotliderabi)'e fupplies can be drawn ;i
is belieed that want is not likely, to exiftlo afi
corifiderible eaepnt'-f1r' fome time ; before
whide, "-in-all human pr,-il'abilit., "the fate o-
P-t.tugafmntiuft be decided.-. "

Latf ,from Z;oB..-The faft -failing fhip
Canton, Gapt. Brewn, in 22 days from Lifb6n,
arrived at New-York oa Monday.- .From Capt.
BodWp we earn, (faydthe Evening Poll) that
or the. ift of No6v. he 'French and Erglilih ar.
miiej Were not more hair fix teagules from Lif.
bon, and that a great and defperate battlewas
expestd foon to take place. The out pofts of
the two armies were faid, to be'withiu hail of
each other. A .ishmber of gun boats and gun
briga were lying abo0t 20o miles up the Tagrs,
opp,-ti;e the town of .,Villafranca, and were
,continually, playing upon the French, who had
Spffeffion of that place. On the 2'Sth 0t,.a
thot-thrxewu from one of the gun boats-killed
a French General by the amre of Marfenac.-
Sk irmifthe, took place daily between the French
foldierg-and Englith farilors. The latter had
peffi-lTfn of the town of Alhandra, about a
mile from Villafranca. TwOelve fail of the line,
feverat frigates- and floopt of war, and about
five hundred trJnfprt-s- lay in -Lilboor roads.-
Several regiments r f kititif soldiers were land-
ed ifLfbon a-fev days before the Canton fail-
ed, and, many more were daily dxpeted. Mr.
Green acted as ,American -Conful a Lifbon in
the-place of Mr. Jairvia. ,
By the above arrival we have received Lifbon
Gazettetstp' the iftu f Nov. from which we
have made the following tranillation :- -.
Lxtaor, -i"i ;itrzr-st Thetwtcrontinue to
frent our line,with the exception of Loifon's division,
whigh has advanced towards ,Thomar'; their:ob..
jeAt isprobaibly to reconnoitre, and to procure prori-
fions, of which the army of Maffeta is in great noed.
To fupply the almost entire want of flourthey make
'afe of corn. The tattle which could not wholly be
taken away, although the large droves which palftr-.
ed .n the banks of the Tagus were fent tothe fouth-
ward, are now eonfumed,and there is in this refpedt
an ettrepe fecarcity-T-1e inhabitants of the central
country fituated between'the'two roads of the Tagus;
and the fea coaft, did not put their cattle within the
lineperhaps because they erroneoufly fuppofed that
the enery wr,-uld not advance fo.far as the Serra de-
ll,,aie Juntu ; but their quantity was not great,'and
tbe enemy's army confumied what there was i# the
fi ftn dayofthe ay in o rf r viciity.
A part of our troops, which left C irnl5ira, entered
Obidus ; and in that quarter and on the fideof Ram-
alhal, whither fome Bririfli cavalry have gone, it is
impoAfible for the enemy to make'eicurfions,or pro-
cure provision. In a word -they are reduced to fub-
fift on what is atiorded by the landsalong the Tagus,
JTrm 'i lla franca to Thomar. -
It is fuorthis reafon that the enemy have attempted
feveralttiumera~o.paft to the, Southward ol the "1 'gus.
bunt always without tsutcefs. \ -

Sqia offa leiterf fri, ddted Cl9 SO.
"Our piIruLcas fittiation ia very critical, as the ene-
wf1 ai e but 6 Jeauge+ froms.'us .- tronsg hopes are
. neverthelefs'entertained that heicanot peneitrae fur-
ther. A-battle is n.-.rsI- tI!, expetaed,whiqli will
for a time decide tlie fae i Portugal. In 'all the
affairsof otsbiio.tand kcidmiflinig, thle Earl of Bufaco,
(late Lord Wellingtom)hasfo fiar d~ cidedly gained the
advanta-ge, and infpired the people with great confi-"
dence of his ability to keep the'enemy at bay."
['Till be san .fid a 'cdae ie to ,rt away !}-C .
W'aST FLoiiJDA. Letters\of different dates
r-e--.6ed "a-t ew Orleans "flate, .that Brown,
c.'n ma',ier cf St. Helena, oipt pfed to tbe- iew
ird 'r rt hingt ftrrendered himn-lelf to tbn.Con-
nr,,,'.A't on the 9th O tobei. oHe t aliut
undci- a Iior, F -a.rd, to wait for trial. 1 he
fo ttof B:.ter. Ruage was' garrifoned by aregu.
la force --t 1(4 r. en, and the militia disbanded,
h,,ldiig themflkyes, howeye-, in readinefs to
nsart ch.'1 i'amotnent' warningg. 7 he conven-
thi... It.'e pup on'~the loth Oct. to meet on the
:i' Nuv. ha 'rip a r.t:'i.i. ld a Cotmn,;tetuf Safe-
t' t', 'usrc,n Il-.^ ', rtei-.ter d theirc'oncerns in the
vacatloi, and, a Comi.ittee t6 draft n-Conifitu-
tion. A'utmin wasdifcoveredat Bafon Rluge
-on the nightof Oct. 16, at.tbe head of which
wvs a no'ewyly appointed Capt. 'o-k, i.whoie plan
w'aes li.,i7 the" fort and liberate Col. Laf'us.
O1ie-' lettci l,. .it.was to feize fir6-e s-f the
maot ifl'uential' members e' the cs-nventiobn
arid fend tbemhi to-?enfacina.or'Havanna. Cook-
and his tsvi fubalterr were catfhiered and or--
dered crt tdf the trritiOy.. Two cotupatiies of
hoife 'arfiv&h fiori play n Sarah in tiue to pre-
N-rt tie euecltiori of the p16it. Cea. Thomatns
3i "r"'.-i ilhbe the \\',ir r..'(r'r of Well Florida.
- 'Trie Ioiidon Glphe 'f O"t. 1-'8, lias the' following
paragraph :-" rncm tl'-e !efttiun of Mr. COOr,.
vsho is, 'i s" probably n. re .hiat. half -feas ver,"
the c>medy. ft.e Mite ibej t iVorld, a:d the tiaree of
La- la AMod, v will be laid nipna the protnpter's
ie'f ti1 hi, returtrn fr m America.

SAlarjc Whale war-feen ficatir g otfCarolina rely.
k-`wis fst;po.d to be 70 fcOt lftiga Iprey to s ark

S-WhileWeiepmi4te *7thB h tl Cetitlya*the ClEAtfAeut. )*rr;.- AP Setrey, Natih, RAi
SI clitraidters who grind the fic of tibf1r't" X.nerro ; brig Sibae, .-erby, Cadiz ; rch Raunger.
CH R O N ICLE by'usu.,and.confdeir eha d ced .G. n. St Cmri -C-se .c fSIhip Rapid, Wit-
by the tianfadnsones i.fuch udd ulvals; we at r'.,igton, N. C. *lc's Morning Star _, luar. Illv
r st "s T r ipZ--zir tTT l-OsfCT"- the fanne time more fdilv ashbor rlch as have in Eart ;.BeloIailn.o N'.Yitk; efer.Iosiaceier
MONDAY, DECEMBER s, Th-ir judiciary a.,d profeili.mal chasaer iv.' 'l-s'p Fliaeih. ile-and-i : Pnic.Pr ,.
M NDA.,. D EMBER s, _o. -ore "ou-qt a"iice rt ? sp "urderer, than w ir no'lcot : Liv'e*t. keanrl*rik Pa-rr 1 H'cli., ii ..i;
St -i -... ..a. -" ...."iv tuanufuer Is there a .n .. t Her-,N Haven; Ne-'Packer, \VWifcaffefrt
If it Zeee ot auch a notr-iour fad that I,,'there ...,the S ,.Dec. .-At. fh Suk.ey.Levis 14dats
-" e .cnw e wio beIcaaa -an -- V'OL t-UN TEM to) SthD v,- .d
"adrowning acont xatchaeftraws." n'e conld .. an frg -r i there "not ofte". o "from Charlttfm. Capt L fTpoke a utnT
fcprarcely account f or the fed era new akers sclun a ma who offered himfet a r.. L. Ifhnd, w t..h had fpoken Ich Fair BTrade, 5 days
pretendiftng to any creft for. the lete ru nouri df....nd .. .. d b from Baltirmert foiofl. ,
front Lisbon by the vay ofL tdon. The a:r- erto end a cul prit wnho care 2dar. brig Rovei, Morfe,Pri.cel's lnd, (Africa).
patches on which they are founded auft have a 1t0 of .iqnet a omuterer I thefreve* Cd y-.--wikh fundrie, to Rice & Saa
been datedlat teal on the x9th of Odober, and Jude on the eac.ange who wo-d jatlifyart -
Mr. JARvs left there the 22d. Yet tbefe nevw. ofurce, or ir. his charge a princ;; ti Ja ORANDA.I
.maker affeid to believe the Britilh rum6r :i that ufury may be taken n certain fupPofabW Arirvd atN. York, {hip Mounn-Hope, 0o days
"oppoItion to the information of Mr. Ja t c,'le.a' But,is there Not f,,metioneaonethere,who from LifEon, withE60 &oeep, arnd Spanifh wool--
J-pw long-do they imagine they can abufe the'- ias-adanced a dofrine which has given a lat- Shipped 1000 fbeepat Li bon,a ,d loft 400 on the
ignorance and patience of their readers with irude to homicide beyo-id what has e.r before, paffage. Gen. Derby (owner) cstie paffcnger.-
impunity-N r Cl.mbia..i been promtagated fsow the beach : Ifthetfitr-. The fhip Urania, Goodwih.ofNewburyportshasalfo
i and authentic ate-eni '"of er-'ba become abhorrent by violating the las.: arrived at N. Yorkfrtim Belfaf.Irelad,) with inh-
ev.tin Portugal up. tothe2lfti Ou, r.-e will otfman, how mucr more ought a mordirerwho ee, glafs,asnd 40 plffengers,
be found in the p o ot paper, will violae-s not enly ire lows of man but of God ..
prcedigpar t of this "p The ulfarer is d:telled as an enemy to ficietr. 9 IN BOARD OF HEALTI-,
t elnt to errae;:-,.-Aletter from a brt the murderer (orwthe Judge who palliated o .,,,, o,. 18.0.
refperlablie ho rcit rNew.Y )rk has been re ei th cim theI Lacou' totheranioel sofHeant. rHEordi ary befinrf nof the Board having been
ed in town, -ftating, hat upon application to M .* T A e I I tranfa&e.I t-n Preofideat roo ar-a made tbe
Gallatin for information of the coftir(aio I The ,. wllc ienci- o following a.fdrefs:- .
'which would be put on the TrefidentsPt~ocloa WedM'fdy nerd w'hDft The Public Le urc. MM. Bsltiwitv,
nation for renewing the Nonintercourfe il the intri'duoryo alhIlebranche wll hE ye Sir-The Iew of thiSgrzttsy i hicb thi&ft Tu-n
vervt of tbe iiitifh ldirserin Councilnrot beidg hv Doior *arE& HdL. 2. at 1.oio'rck. is- Ws eftablifhed, prefcribes the vacation of the feat
repealed, he Rated egtpis61v. thal ill ve-fla ar. WiriY-ra hobui.nS,"' Marlborouglin-freet-aft..r of a Member on bis removal from the Ward he
rising 'fo-m Great Britain at-tertlte'2d af Feb. wlich, tile Lili'ues willcoiitirtue every day t o presents :-Being, Sir, in the aa of removint
nekt, would be feized and held uhtil it iotald the ead of hecourfe. .from the Ward for whkicH I'ave the honor of leing
be known whether the Orders were repealed or ,,. a Member, it becomes my duity to reign the dif-t
not ; and in cafe they were not, noindclgencies"a St.i.,et o y if r. dtitgaied office which, by the partialit ead inu

bei -p o(-,-Galatin, Willvielfbls bel ealWoMf.sEliz.A HriTey,dau&ghrofMrTrit H.- tate ae preept may bei ffur i to ,Ward N- '", to
oed to o th waters o te United n New.Bedford. Mr Tho. iN. h to Mifr Befy fpplythe vacancy whie h will occur.
leedoc i 'to o"ew or fta i a t Pote, ; LIr Wi ng Howlandto Mil tEliza Wtig.- GitrLCREN,
StateF ,r."e b, thd2drpcltt o nfor tft'mationuand '0.z.w..
Oa.-t he in d.e.ivoingan fewer-a l 0 In Bverly, Mr Johni.Ward ro Mif r Luty Hoerw. Having held a fet at th Board m nry 7eaws, I
depa rt.? neeclnedsgaing an anwer.-. .C.B., In hle wr'.tn Boriao to. Mfco I ydia can attefh to the unremittcd Neal and fidelity with
rM0... .r-Rs Q8 Ms ophiN Palfray ; Mr Ftansi7 fH Boardpai to Mils Liay which its Members discharge the very iaportait
MONTHLY- .R- EW O GCOMMECe-No.7 ,y Capt ZacharJ, S La tn Mila Snlgy Bord. duties impofd' uponr them, at the facriice of much

".corded on the Exchange uffcT-Houfe Books, -r, mer. o -" o", Tppa, of th.he the o of. th Town, andt that whcaen fctiftent
s." n" A"'1-' "- c l., i former niece. "le *ith this comniantliag dttythey have unditviating-
Ce- -. 0, .d.:- er, Ii, this town, Mrs Janes L. Edwards, proae, to y endeavored t -give o Commerce every facility
At ,IN tE. A. d,c -.cleared, 2 Mia Sarah Edwards-Mr. Mical,.B. Bacon, to i atitrhfit power nd t-e their felloW ciiaent the
v, ;. 27 -' :y. "-- Mif Maria B. Wait.-Mr Samuel 'Whitwell, mlr fmallefl degree of 6urthen nr inconvenieuce; and
T o t al t -e to Mir.f Sophiat Story, of Matiljehead. ", th expenditure bf the- pubtihe money, t*ey have
Te. a b o .mt-hs a- "ro ,LafThm evening., bo .e R ev. Mr WMurrsao,Mr oferveda rigiecronoty. All thei f power andifre-.
Thanen -abv t .. arrval Thomas, La t rg, bye the M ?r ret W h fight of man caBnot at tia ,prvent,/the.inbtrodtc-
than ry-ne of the precedle fix months. .tand ts dauher o Mr. Edmund'W. both of-Bofnu. tiou nor impede thle .pro .rrf-.of defdIating difeafe.
proper to remark, that exclufive of the above flate- p.., in ni., t a.hat hmn
1,-.._ 1 ._ ." ,' '- "-0' B ut itrisin the nrditatiIA3, of Reawen. that human

, ent, there are 292 veflels einployed, in tle-coafling
* and Rfiring trade, which have licenfes, and do not
t enter and clear ; fromi which itls'apporent, that
- Boflon is the Seco-i ilnti ercial, Port in the United
" States, nrtwithilaniling MaILTichiufettihas more than
Sthity ports of entry.-E. C. H.B. "

f Tra tate of ktheease-Or Federad/ifm too rapid
S rn iitslculations. -
The Gaette of Thurfday laft fays, the
three largeft cities in iL)e U.1tates (Philadelphia,;
New-York aid'Bofton,) are federal." Here is
one truth,. to two lfabrieationt, which is very-
well for the Gazette. Befton is acknowledged
'to be federal; but in the cities of New-York
and Philadelphia, when the votes of all the
wards are uniited, there s a .republican majority;
but when taken feparately, the- federalifte have.
fo contrived it as to gain a majority of wards.
The exifleace of federalifm in thefe cities may
be very' easily accounted for, frour the great
preponderance of Briti/b influence, exhibit? d in
very legible characers over the doers of the
Sfops, stores, &c. The adherents of Biitain
have fo0 identified themselves with the federal-
iftsi that it is impolfible to separate them'--
They are, in fat, one and indivifible. The
true creed of a loyl Englishman is, that the
.. J-t- scan do -no wrent, andthe-.Ilanguage of a
fedvrar txiesh 6ti-freTpyW nS,witklTia, iCei Be
fays the "t' Britnfl have not 6ffentially injured
ou," motwithftanding .their murders and im-
prefiments. We are happy however to find,"
that during the embargo mania, the federalifts
were fo elated with a little temporary fuccefs,
that they -threw off the mask, advocated the
BritiA/, arid jacobunically oppofed the govern.
. ment of this country. The confequence is, that,
the hpneft though deceived of the pasity, are
continually leaving their ranks. The late eon-
greffional eledions throughout the States, and
the recent charter elections in the city of New-
York, put this fa& beyond a question. Yet the
federalifts beat of a triumph in New-York,
although they had laft year a majority in nine.
,out of ten wards, and this year they find the
republicans vicorious in four wards: they find
alfo, that-the aggregate of votes in the whole
number of-'wards, (returned too by federal in-
fpedetrs) contains a majority of 329 i9 favor of
Repiiblicanifm I A few more federal' triumphs
of this description, will completely republicanife
that city.
But what is a precarious advantage in one-or
two towns, (gained wholly through the influ.-
erlce of Britain and Briti/b e RconStion,) com-.
pared with the overwhelming majorities of cor-
red principles in every other quarter of the
Union ? From .Georgia to Maine, -the benign
spirit of RaI. u resiAic stSM pervades and makes
happy our -favored country : afid if in a few
junta towns the adherents of faction would de.
troy our focdil and political enjoyments, yet
are ihey wholly indebted to the clemency of
Republicanifm for the privileges they exercise.
In the StvANTIsEN fate,, and six territorial
governments in the Union, there exists but .:one
federal chief magistrate I Ifolated and alone,
She lkems to be the only remaining veftige, to de-

country. .. '''

Prisoners a gil.-V hc e applaud thein-
dividual whofe bounty fed 129 prisoners in our
gaol on Thanksgivingday, it is a difagreeable
reflection that fo many unfottunatemenC are con-
fired within it. What leave thefe perfons been
guilty of ? Have they been guilty of ufury ?
Have they beet guilty of.murder ? If the Keeper
of the gaolibould inform the public for what I
they were' committed, we fufped it would ap. -
pear the griateft part of-them' -ae 'confined for
the molt trifling cautfes ; ;ind .&at feven-eighthn 2
of the Expenfes will be throw: ',BP the county,
by fees, travel,' and other chargek,-which will be
presented by Conftables,et cetera. Ourcounty
taxces-are moftly abforh'ed in this 'way.. They
are principally expended among a number of
hangers on in the courts of iasw, and little bene-
fit arifes to the citizens by the immelity cf
taxes paid oB account of the county. Tnflead
of an improvement in the Judiciary, wit, in 20
or 30 year, there appear the greatest failing off.
A Sewal or even a HtItchiilbtn never fuggefted
in their c.argesto juftify the defperadu in his
fanguinar-ypurpofes. Formerly our judiciary,
even in the imalleft caeafs, never had fuch a body r
of negroes to comnmehce asioi-s, nor fuch a a
corihant clan of the fame pciit',s as witneffies.
Do not a few bi;ick' uehn arnd- women Iforim'aa- f
majcrity- (f witnefies which occupy the attcn-
tion of the jury i fCome of'our courts ? 3.egro aN
hills the grand batuk for petlifoggcrs, &c. ii

.DID]-I South-A;ierica, Mr Samuel H. Brad.
ford, aged 24, fon of ;Mr Wm. B.-In Duunfltable,
tN: H.) Mr Wm. Bent, aged" 18,yonngeft fon of Mr
Mr RUfm rB. of Eaft-Sudbuiy.-In Nantucket, Mrs
Lydia, w ife df Mr Steph Wilch'; Mrs Allert, widow'
qf the late -Capi Benjainjo A. ; Mifa Lydia Starbuck,
aged SS3-In the Marine Hofpital,Charltetk.wn, Mr
Jofeph Pitman, of -the Marine corps, aged 20, .a
native of.Germany. .
In this town, on.Feiday fati fiadkhety, Mr Wmi
Tucker Clap, late .oitMiltoo..-Mr Win Symmes,
aged +7:-Mt Wra. JIanfKated. 51, a native of
England,--Mr Lucv,wi reoEM Sai'I Spew, Mt 3<

[The following juft. fketchl of the charaifter of a re'- inhabitant of this town, lately deceafed,
has already been pttblithed in this town; '& as then
trnraoty of a gonodcitizen.ought to outlive his
.ide," we feel a pride in recording it in our pages.]
In the humble wlikt of life, we find frequent in-
flanrices -of men witho t the aid of kirtune, railing
themselves by their perfoIal merit high in the ef-
teemi and affedioniofgtheir friends and acquaintan-
ces. -
The late Mr. THOMA BStit. T was poffefied of:
that happy difpdfition ,ndfthofe acquiremnent which
endeared hina'tQ fpciety,. Fifteen yers- ago he ar-
rijvCe-Aiasia withthstljamily, fince-which by his
knowledge and iidadltlrye has' ben able to educate.
and bring forward a circle of promiflng children.
And julta-his'hopesiwetre lightening, was. cut off'
from his ufefulnef. by the vifitaiion of Providence.
As an Infuranc6 Broker he was highly refpeded
for his torredlnefs, and ea all occasions readily "im-
parted his knowledge aud-affiftance to others.
He was a principa'tmenber of a highly refpe&a-
ble musical society in this town for federal years,and
it may be faid with truth,'that he was the life and
foul of the fociety. In company, his cheerful and
lively dilpofition hac the happirft effedonall around
him. Auflerity and morofenefp- were laughed out
of countenance or charmed into .good liumor ;. and
where Thomas BuDrley was,.harmoiny and cheerful.
neGf were legible hm every countenance. "
On politick$ and reli on he was- liberal-; and to
thlofe who differed withhim 'he was kiind and con.
ciliating ; his fenderaf & oi to-hi' fai'ily wan a
prominent feature in -hischaraier. The lofs of
fuch a husband and father to 'an af1etionate wife
and eleven children, with nothing but their industry
to depend on, may be more tafily imagined than
described, yet it is conlfoliig, and jufl tribute to,
public feeling, to fay there is liberality and kindnqfi
to be found among his numerous friends that will
cheer the defponding heartsi of .his family, and by
deeds evince how highly they @oleemed -hit.

eircunkroel%-ion ad exertion f&lH be-thi e feconday
means to eaure itsi belffing and protedion :-And '
I &oeia b ftaithiafs to the didates of myheart
wee I e ot- to declare- my cunviaion that to yoir
Swife and prudent-law',,Wrulations ail preatttios,-
Sanid to the energy and impartiality with which they.
havebeen exectedbyyou, & your oflerit is,under
God, to be attributed, that Botton fo long har en-
, joyed'the exemption front contagious and malig-
naltdifOafe, which its citizens have experienced : '
'and that ite reputationl for health and' cleaalinefs-
alia beenifo exteufively fpread. Your paft mea-
hfres, and the knowledge of the futcefs -which has
attended them, will'be a guarantee to your fellow
.e tizens Of your fut ure'eonduelt .
During the'paft year new attid ardottrdty, in
die regulation of the:-Pbticwof the'Birying grounds
and the interment of the dead-, hawbeen affigned to
you by your fellow townfmnen, & a laa!of the Com-
moawealth. You forifdawv t6 diffieulties which
would attend'the prompt and radical cute of !ong-
flanding evils aid: abufes;,and you hesitated to ac-
cept the additional charge- But psatriotifm over-
came the fiufl of personal inconveirience, and after
reptsed solicitations you *fTumed the new duty,-.
.-and made arrangement ,tn discharge it with your
L'ieal intlligence and' energy. Before, however, 4
tinie-had bcen given to teft by experience the wii "
dom of your proceedings, your tyfyem was affiailed
bIy the clamor of ignorance and undue prejudice,
and agitated' by' men in a degree interefted,in the
perpeiuatibn of evih and abuses which, it As your -
duty and object to remedy and remote, the wor t
paf ons of the mind were excited to condemn'it.-
To give opportunity for obfervatinn and the mot
rigid examination of your conduA aud directions,.
you fufpended your operations for a feafotn; but
you never deviated from the difcharge of what you
deemed to be your duty, nor fl(rnk from refponfi-
bility. And your fellow citizens muat be fatisfied
that the prejudices excited against your regulations
originatedt in deception and weakness; and- will
now duly appreciate your conduit and neotives.-2
You, Gentlemen, have this triumphant confolation,
that in return for prejudice, crimination and pafion,
you have offered nothing but a forbearing ahi f6r-
giving magnanimity, and an open' expofure of all
your preIceedings. ,
In taking leave of the Board, I cannot emit to 1
offer to ou rmy moll grateful acknowledgments f
for the hsnorabite support I have received in the I
difharge of the duties of the chair, and for the r
many teflimonials of refpe& and politenefs given ;
by yu individuallyy. To discharge thofe duties
wish puntuality and impartiality ha. been -in my
power, and has been atteiiptied; and futh capacity
ais have had meafured to me, has always been
brought into the execution of my duty. Persmitace

or.u ..g to conclude with tire aflftance that, in any walks
(omatanUdal at0i 9 pfgy Intelligl-CC. f life I may purfue, my exertions and influence (if I pofefs any') fall be devoted to the vindication of
L [Fr, e te Eiarge Caf-ou Boo.. tie affiduity, the corredqnefs, the energy, and the
S.. AORT OFBO.TTOY. difregard of personal ipicunveniences, which has.
THURSiDAY, Nov. 9, Arrivid,.brig Enterpr.ise, and 1 :m confident, .Will adtuate and animate your
Vial, froi iDublin,35 days, with ineos,gt. glue condudi; to the promotion of the refpedf and ef-
and ballaftr. Satileedt I ,po6ie nothing. rtem you fo well defeive of the public ; and the in-
_29th, ar. br.g Joh,, Sears, sapre and G(braltar,. dividual happirtef of men who make fo many fac-
with brandy, wine, rag liquaorice, and 4 trunks pie- rilices toadvaste the eemmon good,
ces filks. Sailed fromNiap'es Sepit.,15, and frCom e t BENJAMIN RUSSELL.
Gibraltar, O0& 19, LefCtat'Naples, brig Vidory, After he vacated the hair, and retired
Sawyer, f Salem, for London, er.part Nov. ; After which be vacated the Chair, and retired
moft of thie American vT'fllI bad been .fold ; brig from the Board.
rozoimbo', formerly of Btart, bow under Vene- Mr. Binary as Senior Member of the Board
tian colors from Naples-for London, with a cargo then took the Chair, asd the addrels having been
of wine had paflTed Gibsa-ar.-'Ir., Thorndike, of r-ad,
Beverly was a paffengeT. 2'P ;er 'ins the John Mr r That it be committed to M frsBinney,>
Ducafler; Mr. James Childs, 2&d mate of the fchr. Whitman and Gore, to report an anfwer,.
John, of Baltimore, Mr. M.!'Adams;, mate of fi Tp he. Board-then proceeded to the choice of a
Packet, of Philadelphia; and Mr: S. Graves, mate Prefident, and GxORCE G Liz, Esq. was cleded by
of brig Venus,vofMarblehead-The two fift per- majority of votes.
fanr left their veflels at Leghorn, Aug. 25, the latter IN BOARD OF HEAlTH,,
at Elba; all fequiflered- The Cap t were on- IN BOARD OF HEALTH, 1810.
deavoriog to procntie pfalfag homet oke, Od 25s, .- .ow. 6. .
tit S, loa-15, fch-Sufa. & WiHlamt, from Baltimore THF Committee on t-e addrefa cf BaeAnisa
-Nov 1 iin the nriglt, t 4i lonrr6, a hip two ReusfEL, Esq. late Prefident of the Eoard, repo-rted
days from Buit.,n, uiid,e food f-ir Bordeaun -Nov. the following afwr, which being reid was. unani-
20,48 leagues E. ul(Cpe Aun, alh twojlo),"fly accepted. -
Marbleheadt for Nanti. dered, rThat the fame Commnitee prefent the
29th, ar.brig Jtso, Willis,* 'f.,Newburyport, 45 afwer in behalf of the Board, as follows:
days from Gibraftar.,wiih wi.e, &c. poke, Nov.." SIR-The Board of Health, on receiving your
6, lat 53, Ion 71,i Englijh fch 5 Philad. communication informing them of your removal.
'or, St.Croix.-Nuv o. Block island S. W. 35 lea. fom,W.ardNo., 7, 'which- aft neceflarily vacates
ch Neptune, of Pim. utl ioa ofton. your fearas a Member of this Boa3d cenformally
29th, ar. brig N. Packet, front. Richm tad; fchrs. to law; cannot omit to express their fincere regret
Eliza, Nantucket; Franklin, iN. Carolina ; Polly, onan occafisn which has deprived them of. fo val-
Plymouth i floop Antoipete,Biidgeport ; Confoli- able a member.
ion, N. Carolina. Your prompt, faithful, and energetic condle't as a
FR.DAY. Nov. 0-'-rrive.d, brig Venus, Hatha- Men-Aer' hai for many years been witneffed by your
way, 35 days from Liverpool, with fault and coals, to fellow citizens :-and the graceful, d;gnified, ard
iathaway & Davis. ~akpok othing.. impartial manner in which you have prreiidi over
SOth, ar.brig.China, from..Savaouah,brought pa- their deliberations, has been a fobje'a cf felicita:on
rers to Novt 2d; fchrs. Heart of Oak, Columbia, t', each M'emher of the Bi-ard.
nd G.-Lrvell, Baltimore ; Imiiy, Philad ; F.iur- The prelain. I board have relied much on your
,rs rIthers, yindfor,.N C. ; Rifing.Sun, Alexaidria ; jud-neri and experience in both thuic litutonous ;
loop Ten-Sifters. N. Yoik. and they are happy to embrace th;s ,opportunity to
SATURULLAY,Dec.---A;rivedi.fcih lnsd-lnrv,JB,'ay express their entire-fati r'fa t Cin of lhe mnanecr in
N Ycrk ; Coicrd H;l-.v, iudr.'N,.S; lt'cop Re- v which you Iave afforded ricem your c'on'cil aS-d
asnce, itisri el;, yn' 'it.h: aid..






1s Tmint ant tn3i arduoust dutitit mpsfred e
the.Board by the c,s6fidenc qf their fellow citizens
and the law of the land, have demanded and recev-'
'ed great facrifices frum it ,arr.ithetla both in aid
refni.i 1 are .,..i an ;nil r-i ol. 1 ublic has witnet- -
fed thefidel;ty ajud'z .z v ii:hwhi.: theliriCirJ.Lators ,
have len rfitrcedl in every iifiar.f a whe, iil.r ,
have had an opluoiuniuty ti6 eft, ,ir e ilrhe'r tl.fiv -
To preservee the Health of the Twn L.a bhten'il,a
grdert bje~ of tdwir csonfIt iflpurflit, in thibRule'
and Regulations adopted by the Board. Buit ia ..
forming th*ft they have as uniformly considered
the variety of intuefls affeaed thereby, giving to .
commercee all the facility in their power, and avoWid-
ing every confiriat on the- perfonx and property
of individni, ;not absolutely neceffary -to accom'-*,
'pliflh the great end th.-y. have had in view.
Under the providence of God, and as a mark of
his barticularfavor, theirefforls have beeti b.eBfcd
and the town has been (thus i.r ihrriighi rthe )earj
preferred from contagious and n, d-leafe
while they acknowledge with g.-iinide rhis repeiAled
-inflance of the divine fay. r, the KPard would her'
loft to a fenfe ofjuflice were tlihy i. witthold rI.eir
approbation of your affiduous and efficient exctr-
tions in forming and executing thl.f. tsws," ritula-.,
tions and precautions, which as a Itcindiry ineiias.
has fecured the blellng,and to v tiili unar '-i.,w t
miy jujftly be attributed that reputation the.tows
'enjoys abroad for pubhc heatilhiand cleanlinefs. -
In taking upon themselves the difcharge of new
duties during the prefent year imporfed ey a vote of.
the town and the ad-of ,la 1 r he Boardl
forefaw that obftadle* A'su',t .t.. .v iii their
"piathhby the prtjdfdice, ignrane, aitrd *- i-,".intir--
eft of iadividuals,,who loft rervery feilde Io public
good, and'wrapped up in thihflmefs, it-;n.triice and

public in aiding their ezerti,.in as a. r.i i.,,i :iet
by the Board white this fubje' t was in dtmhanner. pCil
experience had tested the tidity oftp'. r .. rEation.* .
But as this wan unfortraaLceL or,. t i.- t .c' ii .
Board with' th9 magna.nimityi citft.erhirl,.. r f -
their proceedings, wavedtlir frft. "rt.guisi'on.' tto"
meet their fellow ciir.ens oil a xnevv r, ,ir, I
Time and Werienee- will ',-,r,,e tin t.'ech "vC.. /
dom, which argdtmtthiss fouAndedin reaf in auds om.
men feri'e will n r al" --abd th Iioarcdi .addii .,
,tion to the conaforlain refilting frtd a faitidful di-
charge of. imrrla daitri. eaniOot but 'a1preftthetie. i
conviction tint the time will thotrtlrd, atrive whta'
their fellow citizen wll reget an 'ntmely.inter-
ference with eguiatinnm- r fub'dint hen'partila .-
oinderflood. Hdithel a Boa t oard'ba tlaie, by, mo.-
ti eq of falfe delicacy or love el perfnel- efe, theh."
might have tflrauk from duet and refpuatilibity :-
Biitit ever hac been.aad IPlll is their trfulnph, that
cthe mrft malinant paffioes of the human heart, the
nvoift t trmidable oppoftion *nd the moiltioveteratE
prejudice. have been overcome by a faithful, zes) .
Ous, impartial and undeviatiygo discharge of the d- '
ties aligned, andiipf though min fome. instances they .
have not received' the public approbation, yet they
ever had &ad, flill enjoy the confcioufnefs of having'
deferred itf.
In their appropriatirmn s and expenditures of the-
Spublic money plated at their difpofal, ecoi.rsy Ihas.
ever been a confideration fEeeoi only to that of the .
public health. The Board have unifoimly witne ..
fed in yoa a faithful guardian of the interest of the-,
Thfe faipport given yon in the chair, asrd any -
ianrks of individual refpesl and politeaeft, during'
your Prefidency, has beei :tke voluntary effufions ut
iolfe hearts capable of appreciating and prompt to,
beat teftimony to real nmrit.
In any future situation of life that you may by
called to fill,the-wannmet wiihes of the individuals
composing tbll Board, will ltonbtntly accompany
"ynu-fr your individual profperity and happiness.
By Ornw of ihe 'ilard,- -v----..-
(ige), AM S-BINNEY. .
BENI,WW(TMAN Commit ie*
To- BSNaUMt nr t;tg Er.

Nerfb Ameritcan nsuaitae Connan-
N OTICE is hereby given, that a metri.ig of -tf
Stockholders of'the AerhA Am.errtan In.. r,,,
C.itMaimy, will beheld- in the Dirdetir'i Room, No 4)
State.fteet, on Wednefday, 12th Eecewher rgzX
enafuig, at one o'clock, for the choice-of a 1-ehr,
vacated by the death of their late Prefidenar, JeosEw

P r dr *f ti BDirraceri
dec 3 .OHN P. CLAURK, i'ryi'
VetHE Commtifioners. appointed by the Henis.ames.
SrJcfe're, Efq. Jldge of Probate.of Will., &q.,
for the county of Middletlex, to receive and exam-
ins the claims of thi federal creditors toe the !ate-
late of Charleflown in faid county, deceafed, repre-
rerted infolvent-Herieby give notice that 6 mrnth'
having been allowed'for-creditors to bring it ani
prove their clai oy, theywill attend for that puipofi
it tho hoafe o$ Bl*aicdard, innholder-in faid
Charleftown, on the fourth Tuefday of thih iad tls
five following months, from 6 to 9 o'clock, r. o #.
Charlelown,aNev. 14, 1810, dS)-

20 Dollars Reward. "'
fIISERTED from the brig DIOMET, yO-,
S SPH MED2FORD, fays he was borna iath
own efHar.bland,iattle lPate ofVerneant,whotip-
pMd on bosud faid brfg about the 8th Nov.;anr2,re-
eived his months advance, is being-tiffecqd' tiem
if his abfcenaing asd found. Malon whethweant.
away a ihort blue Jacket and bWitte iakeein Panta-
oons, has. a large fear es. his tighi cheek, id is }ejt
handed, his dialed is not that of a faifor-..aask' pr.
on flopping faid runaway and conftiningjmn a1n4y
,eal fall receive TwVety iDollart rtr, .W 4 all
eafeasbl. ehtarges paid b. .

S a le m D c t m,1 8 1 .i . .
Notice. :
OR SALE-by D. FuLLt., of Charlefnown
S1170 acres of LAND, at the Obie--a]d 649>
cresjoining Machias, (Maine) on reasonable terms
c redit would be givenif required. "
Charleflown, Dec 3. Sw

-aie3 aut -- .... .,
TO-MCRROW, 4t 12 o'dbIc, "-
At Jofeph Ripley's Office,' -'
No.3, Iitistrt ,
1 ble Rufla Diaper; 500 yards
Id Ca'nvas, suitable for meniding; 1 fecond-hk&.
able; 100 boxes. Raifins; 50frails do; 2 ipae of
in ; 15 bbis Cider Brandy; 2 chelis Bohea. Teai,
do Hyfoikin ; 2000ts green Coffeerfia bagi ;..;:
2 kegs manufatiued Tobace. '
On WEDNESDAY next, at 12 o'tock.'
6faft No. 4, Indiss-jwi,r
The Cargo of {chr. Helen; cen..
uing of 50,000 t),. good Mufeovado Sugr--,0W
aliens W. 1. Rum, good quality. -

ST~sejaidfchoonre,-HE LEN,aflatunct
n.i'gsod sie about 73 stans, vvi.h all litr w
'Urr~ns-Wsscr,2asflit cain fjrom fea. -


1ftrof Lettet's .
zuminstig in th, Post Offic, t BoifM, De5 1
... --'. -
A A. .' Gje "Nathl
FH Abigail' cowine 1hln.apt. "
Abbott Jacobjr *L .
Ames Nathaniel "'w." fd W-mt
Anderfon Hannak ....*owland. Jenrkins .,
Allenmr -" ; :..;,Hicks Jefoph
Agsy Thds jr 'J L'owlin Bat
Adams N &.S rley. Jas ..
Apthorp Geo -H 2. al-Iayt Sactel capt
Adams r .rHafelton Mofe '"
Aer-Reuben P HarbeckI Hry ...
Amblard lames .Hayden.,Cltmeant. .
Adams Elidla-Ro xbrv. Holiis Jof.h, .
Allen JLihn.wcApt Hatch Rufus '
SB..' Herick Samuel ..
Bradley Wmn Dr Headey Jane .... .
J)own-Mary : Haydeu NatlI C-Dorch
Bagua Jofeph Harris.Harri .
Brown Jane Harris George .
'Barrett J captrMalden. Harthorne Almyro.
Brown.James Higgins I'feph
Bridgelfaac ; Hosmar Jacb
Baciheler Samuel jr 2.,- 'v Hill Samuel B .
brown Sufan Hatch nirs 2
Brewer Nathl ; Hrntrefl Polly
Bayley Elizabeth Holt Stephen
Brown lNati'l I-Hale Samuel
Ball Win Harris Elijah
Blanchard 1-Charleftoh. Hough I C efq -
Berquall Lars do. Homer David -
Baffett capt Harris James
Blackwell Elis Hall P .
Bignall Birnarad capt Hall George ,. -
BuslleEdw -' H-icks Richard Lesq
Brown John Hapgood Ephraim
Bafs George -lamilton G. :
Blitmer 'Nancy uw'W .. ..
BrodEbeae*ter Harris Th ea
Briiley David capt Horne Hannah
Berry Jame 'KHartley-Samuelcapt'
Brown Sftfan -' Hafing Ifaac esq
Beals John' W J.
Baker Luke -' Jarvis John Head esq
Bond ThOmas- i *domes David .
Bartlett Jofeph esq Joy Reuben
Bradford Wm Johfoa Daniel
Barlie 'Johns Jones Anthony .
Brown 'Wm ..- ".K.
Bacon JoBnia' '),ft ettfe Porter ..
Bruce'Rdbert H ,: KeithChar4m:s .
Bahdminn Lewis t- Kenfingtons Noah W
BarretEiet lf E li 'et JittrikWm ..,- -
BatrJamnis i ', liJohn.,apt
BalfRifus K MettleI-lealr *:, .
Blaitk"JeTss'W ....., 1 SKitiba -Benjampur' *s.'
Brown Clark' '"' ,'*" ''L" *
Bartiett 'nadfiny Ifc Thomas
Bowker Warren Lee Silas: efq ",
Billings Benj.' .* Lurd Tohias Co
C. Leed'Jasies *
Carven NathlI & Co 4. Levis'Joh PFrancis
oChampney E-Breokline. Leonard 'liihba
Clap Win boring Jona
Clevelard Ged Landon Wm e -,
Cole Abram I.ane John capt '
Creof Alny eland'Jefcph6e6p ;5
Crafts Elias L [ jee "Matthew -
Cndman Chimrle esq tewVAs Johl ..
Crane Abijah M. .
"Chaimpn.ey Wrn Morel Abigail
Cutting Uriah Moffit Thomas
Clark NathIl 'Millen John .
Clough Jofeh Mann Thomas-
Crofby Peleg '.- e!o 6 tr:m "i
Cole Edfv :. i rCRity Wai- "
Clark Henry May John 4 '
Cutihg ona Morton Pliuna :
Carnes Johitncapt j-. '-. Marinihg Hannah
Cufhing-GeoH -*t',.. Mofs'%Wm
Cockayne Geo ''--:i M'cta
Cuningham Johni Miller ha
Cabbott Charles *'" im6ads & McNeil-Ch.
Ca*r- "J m, '.- 'ixeir John
Converse Ru&taO I,. .rtayhead B e q
Camera Julius ., 'MayRemat .....
Ctark Charles "" cVlfoy Benjr
Cole.,Wm--rDorchbi% Morton-.chabod'&,Co
Cetack Jo'hn t .-afon.imeon
Cooper James .- Moore. Mary
CDsa' Ilickling sq. '. cMpod iarr-
Cawte James, -:" *,'froe N Dea-Roxb'y
Co(ng Ch~~rlei ,' M Mellu C.apt. .
Carrel Mr. lunrow Solqionr., .
oa-e's John D 2. McLemn Hahah
Cafwell Wmr Rpobury. Miller John P
Couch James Morey L
Coney'J'f-h''" N.
Cro.v "f'lorsi. cipt : Nelfon Antaa-ReBdin.,:
Colirn,., 'hirlesR esq. Nafon';Wm .
Chraphore Charltte Nqrtlhrop'W &A S>. .
Ce mr' .. P Nichl~ a .
Clouwh Sirah NprtenrJorge
CodmanR.C Nafh Ifa ... .
Cook Wrj Norton-Aaron jr 2.
Catier. nmon s New0cosb5Seh esq,.,"
Carlton JonNa Nichols Benopi .
CfarkS Mslhew Newman Win
CabellSaah .. 0- -
Clarkf Sa'ra'" ver R .. ..
C l e v (an dI W m 0 .' a "e ". .
DaVjk m "- ', lmermr.' ; .
Dantallfn Richard M, P.
Day James- PIhelps Jofliua
Derby Richard eq 2". Pteief.-n Mla
Dickins Robert or. Js PageWinm' '
Davis Jonatbha PCerfon Th os .
Dilnlha Beiy' PalffVrWm ...
Dority James PRo'dnif Jolhua
DefinyThos edl'2.' '' *' Parler'Efl ier '
Dean "AbieW"' "' Pickmai Wm in
Drape&-Dr-Roxbury. Pa_ M Nancy -
Dedtion Sanitl'H: a6q' Phidaheck John G
-r' Ev' Pharler Thos 2d-Read'g
Ires Jofeph ." ParKman Elias jr
Eaton Ebehzer' PetCbr Ffancis
Ellis Mr Plimpton 'Prifcilla
Eaton JonS Parker Mathew S
*' F. Pie"ce Nicholas
Tifier John Parker'Ebenezer .
Poly Joanna. Phillebrowh John & Son
Fowle Simon porter John .
Freeman Paisy Peurfe Elli .
6\ly John' 2. Pickerin: Wm esq,4
Prohmnghassx Abigail Parker Johni R -
Freeman Samuel c aja Pratt Levi
roly Ann .. Perkin Abfgail
Frllingt6n John Powre Phillip
PlMersn James ..j2i '2 :"Pke Reij ....
Ferber D olly R ."
French Resm. -' R.ofs' David
Fitch capt ',-' Read Ifaac"-Rrxbssry
Freeman-Edmund copt Roberts lohn do.
,.- O. Robb Benj F
OGgean~aB Rheades John
"atltPeter Revere John
Gli-rntan Francis Rud mr '
,ollougher James Reed Ifaae 0 capt
Gillmoreiona' Roundy Benj 2
Gibfon Daniel Rice Wm
Green Robert Robbins Jacob
Gregory. & C. Ruggles JoOiah
Geodridge James Ronan John
Gibbs James I.adfon Roberdeasa J
Gurney & Packard RandWin
Gray rdw Riley Jofeph
Gibbs Pelham Rufell Charles capt

Obild Jofeph Rogers Samuel
Goddar)a Besij esq Robiufon John
Gowdey John Richardfon Thos
Gilbert Jonathlsm Ridl.y Harnak
Godfon BenIe Revere Edw
Gardner Saml P tbchards Samueld

.sprague LydiA.- VofePet'fT' & "
Sharp Edw Very' in
Straitge Part Vo, ygelJo .
StetfoAI tnj i i ., Y'mi l'J.- '. ,
Sarge4t S l G G Vufe IfaacD 0 -
:'pear Margarett W "
Smith Rbet Wood Mary .
tSeain Andre# Williams Heory-Rox'y.
Somers Wm Williams Saml eq. do
Senipip rhoa White Eliza-Brrokrine.
SStevens Jofeph Williams Nathl capt
. Stevens Dennis .... Wbfler 8 H 2.
..oper Fredrick, Wiilms Elizabeth'D 2
* Stewart Alexandir 'esq Windfnr John capt
-Stevens R C W Vebber Martha-Dorth.
Short John .' ,.. i.. \'ilington Satnujr do
SSmith Charles capt. .. Wilder Js '
Sh'apnbo, Johp L .... Williams A ,
Sumner'Seth jr .... Wuodward Daniel
Shorter ,Eliabeth. h Watts Rachel
.Smith. Sally WoodrdNathl' .
Stowell Benj' Wipfhip I C t, '
Swan Wm---Rqxbry Ward Wm esq
Stedmaif Ebenezer' Waters Beij F '2.
Sever mr W.atfeh Bbttot
-Sulivan Daniel 1 1Mene & UJperhord
Swan Jos-Charleftown a .Wn
Sale John col 2 Williams' Eliza,~ ."'-
Stevens Abel Wells Henry.''
Sanborn P rev-Readinyg Winter Jona ''
T. 'Windihr Samuel
Tayler Thomas44 '" Wilkinis Sinoi '
Toby Behj capt' W'ales El.hirairin "
Tblmina capt Wilfon Ezeklel
TranorirJemme Vrig't tEunaic
Thaxter Sally'2. Waters Jbhti '
Tyler Jonas-Ch'arlelon Wdoley Eliphas
Tufts Peter jr do, Whiple Robert
Thcrnton Wm Willcutt Jofeph' "-
Turner Peter 'Y.' .
Tumrnor Benjamin YbungHire' .. .
Turrell Mary Young Geo I'e*q "
Turner James

TOd1E '4 0R 'H, BE3LT, Efq.-one of'
the I l'ices affigned to kee the Peace in,an'id for
the County Qf Hanco,6, 'Cmnionwalith of'
M a jh'ufett.s. .. ,,. '.
TE the Subfcrbenbi live p`(the Proprietora
.V oldng.Lamnds ander th. oiginal Grantfs ,
'of Townfllip numibe Six,, one of .the fix
lying. between Ren obtcot. and, Wniqh. Rivers, which
ih the.yei .1763, was, granted to DPvid Marh and
,others, andto. whom,. asholding.under.fald'4David
Marfhl and.;ot;hrst tle fare ,'i'.'wnsllip, his been
confirmed by,a refolve of ihee oleral Court rffaikd
bmmoo.wcalhthodo ,eoehyoak! application to you .
"for a warrant t eal c U meeting of the proprietors of
.faid totlhlip n'usiber Six, agreeably t6 thIe law. in,,
:fuch.cafes made and'provided,. to be held at Surry,;
-at the'dwelling-houferof Leopard tJarvis, hIfq. ih the
County of Hancockir and Commonwealth aforfifaid,
onTuefdao r twhli rday.of January, eighteen hundred
and eleven, at three o'clock in the afternoon 'tod
consider and act upon the fullowivtg -articles -
SFirflly-To choofe a Moderator, aClerk,Treafurer,
Anffeffor znand Colle aor of Taxes.
Seet odlyTo choofe a .ommitteeor Agentto con
fifth of one or. mbre perfouis, who hall have .full-
,power and authority to foe, profecute and purfue
to final judgment and excc ution, all trefpaffers and
perfons who have wrongfully entered ,upon faid
propriatora lands, and to ue and to k f d proper alnd
legal: meafares or-proceTes in law,in the name of faid.
proprietors-, to resaver damages for all trefpalse that
have- been, or ball be committed op any of faid
lands ; tno.ijec al.alpetfons who have wrongfully
entered; thereupon, with full power to coinpromile
the fAme,'and.all other difputes and differences that
now or. hereafter .may tit between fald proprietors.
and all fuch trefpafcrs, in fudch way, a
.(hall be thought bel and imoa for the interest of faid
propriqtorss' Alfo, to. authorize faid committee or .
agent, -to fettle and adjult all. matters and. disputes,
in fuch way and manners laid committee or agent,
'hail think properwitb the-Settlers of laid townfhip,
and to grani,. allot and mete out to them the faid,
fetmiirs, tbeir'heras.anr.afigns; all fuck lots and par-
cels of land as byPhe refolve Blobefaid they, or t'le
perfons holding, under them, may he entitled to, and
to make and execute on the premifes, in the name'
of faid, proprietors, all proper and fuflicient acquit-
tances, deeds,& rileafes, difcharginig fuch trerpafs.
er, and' granting andalloting to fuch fettlers, their
heirs and affigns, fuch lanils as they may be entitled
to, with power to fell and difpofe of in due form
of law, anv of faid prprieturs lands, and to make
and'eecute fufficient deed, or deeds acehrdingly,
wita power alto', to,lubfitue one or more attornies
under the faid commiqee or agent, to execute any
of the above-mentipne.d-purpofes. .
Thirdly-To fee if.aid proprietor V will rife any
money for defrayig. the ireceffary charges aid ex-
pences'of managing, ordering'and improving the
corhceran of faid Proprietory, for iiituting and
maintaining neceffaryt lavuits, to fecureioAd defend
faid prOprietor preopcty aiq d trate, by'laying an
pafiedrment on the original flares or rights, or by a
falo-of any of the lots., '
; .fourhly-To agree Ipoh.a imoflde of calling pro-
prieiol' mceiisig- in furure.
f* ittfy-To fee it faid propriet6rs will confirm
and rainy any, or all of their votes and proceedings,
at any former meetings, an likewifethlie proceedings .
dtr'ifa&Ilons of their former agent or committee.
Sixthlly-To chOofe a comstittee to fettle accounts
hgainft fai nd pro-rrietrs, and todetermine upon fome
mode of flifcharging any balance Which may be
found due from faid proprietary.. .
P By. sH aotieoney LEONARD J-ARVIS,
B ey u "attorney CHARLES IARVIS.

6f the Pr'oprietors defcribed'in the foregoing appli- ,
cation, and firfal fubfciber thereto.
YOU are hereby required, in the name of
the Commonwealth of Maffachufetts, to notify the
proprietors holding land under the original grantees
of townflip No.Six, in faid application psentionedi,
in manner as the law directs, ta meet at the time
and !lsce, and for the purposes therein expreffed.
Given under my hand andTeal, this fecound day
of November, ini toe year of Our Lord, eighteen
hundred and ten.''
[A yJf ice of the Peace for fatlt.ossty of Hanco,"

Comm.niuealtk ef Marsachusetts.
SIN purfuan'ce of the foregoing Warrant to
me direced, tsi aforefaid proprietors are hereby
warned and notified to meet at the time and place,
and for the purposes in the foregoing application

Proprietors of the Green Dragon Tavern, Boston
NOTICE is hereby given,to the Proprietors
of the Green Dragon Tavern, fo called, that
their Annual Meeting will be held at faid Tavern,
on Tuefday, the fourth day of December next, at 6
o'clock, P.M. for the choice of Officers0 for the year
enfuilng; and to tranfadb fuch other bufinef, as may
come before them. By order ef the Agemts.

Nov.19. __
A yery convenient HOUSE, fuitabe for a fmall
family, fitaited in Beach-tureer. Fnquire at
this office. nov 29

.* i '" l5he fh- POLLY & ELIZA,
'iftaChitople Taylor, master, ';ill
S'i n a ftw dry. 'For freight br
pafa-a, apply to .ESREZ KRYANT'r,- 4q, Mll-

For Sal-gadW bainrs -
Tlht fag ir.s 8tons
S d.ue*p waifl, fai 4tid huIl f n'om'plete
repair. an4,mi' .filed fur fea with
,W lode furhlsii nonfi. A1 4,
The fchr Mary, 8.T ton, 6 ve.iol? hLi.:t at 13rn-
flable, patent Wrinddaf, ireailAid auid gfraved.-
Schr S3ylvia, 8s toins, high ddek. built at Barofla.
ble, new flhathed fince dse C*tAi6fron fea. .
SchrtEagle, 76 tons,'fit fora the coi iing in thit
or .tb southern latee. pl ice 12o0 di iii good re1 air.
S eff Pilgrimi 65 ltou. new la1ft prin., I'uil t
Hanoier for fite sithing buief. 'ApplMy to
A YS.p 8, rb S -g jrf.
Swo As OHAS 4lt:< Ltr-S.hip.-Chandlerv, .an alllirt-
"inent eofB8ltrole, CLrdage, CblMe, (iew iand ulJ,)
Leather' old' canvas &cJs. ,, -''..- ." ... .-
N.;B;-Atty tio, fuppliedwitli fails.
Ad tiggiog, kn&d-'t.fel ,o -'chsohthe hull, nay
apply as above, where vesehas re.- ought, folfor
xchainged. 'Alfo;exchangr wi lbie rizide ldiais a .fd
cables, as m' .'.. ., ,edb.A
John Parklr ,' $ &
'No 0, Long-Wharf, '. e eio f/sr i,,
H.TkI Cargo.ot floop fJuTiA,nftiing of
MOASSS and'R T .
The cargo of fch. Daniel-Licnfifting of
Martinique MOLASSS.
On board faiip Alfred-'753 5LifV4" 't 'AT.
Landing from brig Juno-whloll and quarter calks
Malaga W .
Uatayia, Maftinico, Guidaluupe 'TasvaniCjffee
250 boxes white and br6Wnh Asana'Sraga,,'
tierces, hhds. and bbis MlIcovado Sugar,
Hyfoa, SiS5.ckong atil'Boh. Teass .
Cadii, Turks-Iflind'ifiadSt.Ubes Saki;
200 pieces RaVens Dck,
100 pieces Ruflifi DUCK ;'
S000 pt. Itinl Seei '
100 cask's SuigarT'roghid' Ni;N,
20 Bales Surinam Cotton,
2000 ts P iste rlvo-ry--55 tons Logwood';
'2 hbhds St. CroixRun. '
Caraccas and Illand'Cocoac,"
.200 box.a real ,Span;fh.Ciirri of the firfquality;
S'EXCHANOE ao Englind.
For'Sale, Freipht, or, Charter, '
m The ifew brig JUNO, burthen, 140
Stones, andwil carry 1500 brrels, built at Hverhill
.uft June. "
S For Sale or. Freight, .
STHE hlip ALFRED, burthen 340
70 tons. nShe will-take ,,a .Freight for any
port of Europe .. ,dec 3.
SSpern OilBra'ait Sugar, etc.
ir ANDING from flch Eliza.Aun-- cas2 fum-
Jl mnr fttaia'dOll I for la rps'.
6 boxes firft quality Brazil Sugar

40 pipesI ayal Wine,'. 1e .
260 boxes SpermaCeti Candler i
350 do Mould and-dipt teiaHwda&;
570, do brown and white Snap-. I "..
170 bbls bright Rolia ;,. l2hhds~Loaf Sugar.,'
16 tons Whale -Oil, in.aipt i p .order;
S215 boxes Spanifli Cigara; .7 0caks-neats foot -Oil;
"220 chefs Hyfon, .- -
YouuSSg Hyfon, '( P A
Hyfoaftkin,. ..-,aJa t.n .
Souchdnsg Bohea o.).7 ,
e20 bolts Ruflia oDulk; pipeMadeira Wine.
For fale by WILLIAM LOWERING, Jun'r No 49,

Pure winter, preffed and summer
ftrain'd fpermn Oil for Lams, wtith' Caniflern or
jugs; Whale Oil; wh1tet' uo *i*hard Scp ;-
foft Soap in hbtls; Spermaceti Caodlei; 6si S, and
10s dipt tallow Candles ;- 4sS,s,{6, and 8s kMould
do-a l warranted of the firftquanity, for family, or
fliil'i ule, are conflantly kept foe fate, in large or
mall quantities as above. .'- F'.' dec S.

Richard D.' Tucker,
No. 32, India-rter, -;' HasCoifr Salt,
A FEW hhds. Retailing MOLASSES.
SFew bLags filn Salt. i '
100 groce'Pirter. and Wine Bottles ;
55 hhd*. high proof 'Antigua Rum ;
Ruffia and Ravens Puck;- .nd Sheetings}
So0 che4 Souchong Ta-.Bohea do.
Few pe. yellow ,NaikitiSn'' .- *'
James R.iver Tobacc.b-kegt manufacfired ditio,
Beef and' Pork--ifli s uLinen ';' '
Cuba. Ciec rrr, c. &l. dec S
SSamuel. Howe,
.. '' 1 -' ." 1,, o re,
HT AS now landing'from brig Chiua, 21 bales
prirhe 'Upland COrTTON, of the' new crop.

AFreh VIloum
OWlading and .forfAi~e'byJ' S. bI dELPD, hop
:17, Long-wharf---:" '
BblasBaltimore. ne; a nd' fiperfine Flour., X'-fo-'
halt do fspetfine and buck wheat Flounr. dec 3

Hard-Ware Goods.
A BRAHAM BZ!, No i6, Cornhiill in-
"V.forA6 hist frinasa hai rhe"publie, that he has
received bi tli late irivls from Liverpool and
brifiel, ; a. "r: W a
An eiteanfiv4' fforbfi (t v Hard Ware GOODS,
which'he off, i for faeefn ieafonable terms.
*. BR'UtHEs.
Warranted. tlNS 'VRSd Oni A. Woodward's BDi-
tifh Maneufatory, kept oi bnfjntly on hoan, whole-
fale or'retail. "6"' dec 3

John Odin,
.." No 11,, Dod.S-Sare,
H AS received e by.tlhewotd arrivals fromp London,
Liverpool, an4 "Briftil, hi* fall lhpply of IRON-
GOODS,'vz .. z- '
Pantheon and foreft Grates ;. cabin and ihop
Stoves ; coal Hods.; and Pokeers ; iron Pots,
1 to 8 gallons ; fad Irons ;cart. waggon and chaife.
Boxes ; Anvils and.Vifes ; b lifleIl a.nd carl Steel ;
fheet Iron ; nail Rods F Piles and .Rafps ; frying,
Pans ; Weights and,Se.'ls^heovtl and Tongs;
brafs Kettles ; copper arid brufi .Warminir Pa,.s,
walis-hand Bafons ; chafing Difhes ; wafle Irons
hard and fdft ; block-tin Tea ols ; brafs Candle-
flicks and Lamps ; brafs'anirf:roi' W?i'eatl.Ezes ;
heft mortice and hob L-iets's., cges ; Latches i
Screws, of air kinds,; braTi Naitk; commode Nlt a
and Handles led'. Catps" and curtain Pins; plated
Saddlerv ; Naili,!Erads" and Tac'ks ; crown Window
Glafs,of all fiaes ;Shovels; brafs and hair Sieve Bot-
toms ; Pins and Needles; black lkad'Pots and Cru-
cibles i Emery ; Ptsmmace and rotten Stone, with a
complete affortment of Knives and Forks, with Def-
erts and Carvers ; chopping Kni'vw; pen anrd pock-
et Knives ; Sci1Thrs azt Razors ; having Boxes and
Brflies ; Chidels; mill, wood ard hard Saws ; Lines
and Twine, of all kinds, &c.

Quantity Cylinder, Battle, Tower-proof and A-
merican Gun Powder ; Iitent Shot ; Flints; sheet
Lead. &a.
A/Jo-An invoice of fide drauvn Eng'ifix NAILS
entitled to debentutr, calculaid fir' the Pavana'
market, dec s

o i' Bostou Thctdae.*

" ..^ Yrnl EV s;
;.Wil:M jPefeated, l-r'thelafltinerlir, feafon, a fi-
S vorte Tragedy in 5 a.'ts,-csai'd,
--. .'JANE SHO :E> ,

to Which will be added, for the laft time but one
this iealon5 bibden's Grand Melo Drama. ,
in two ads, called,
0A TIl ., ,

Doors open at.5, and Curtain to rife at 6 o'-
clock precifely.,

'A ', Exhibition of, Ventrilcquifm, &C.- by
A RANNIH-wiill take place To-miorrow evening
Dnexr,.at the Exchange Coffee-Hoilfe. On this pcca-
fion the:Artificial Rope Daacer'i illdfplny his 1w4-
derful agility. The Wiir Dancer ventures to affertf
that he will perform feats never- before performed
by mortal. He will flan4,on oie foot oia a wreand
at the faime4time balance t-4-eammon Chaii in doe"
hand.., Afoi 100 full Vipeiffa. .. '.
The exhibition cQmpaenges at 7 e'cloek.' Admit-
tanae 50.cents. ,. .
Thofe Ladies or Gentlemen defirnus, o( particular
feaw. will pleafelto find timely notice. Seats are eC
reedd for 500. ., dec 3'

a e. b u1

Valuable Book, Sale.
On TUESDAY, isth Decc at -'o'dlock,
At Suffolk Buildings, Con';efi-flrect,
.In the Chambers under the PrintingOfficeof Mefrs
Greerongh'& Stebtiins,
A Large ana valuable Stockf of BOOKS, bound
and ah quirks, beiing the remainder of the
Stock of the late Company 6f Haftinig,, Etheridge
and Blifi, iateuding all their L. ks in sweets. The
bound Books (of whici there'are fevetal tho(ufand
volumes) will be fold irfi, and the Books in fhoets
immediately after--and the fale will be continued
from day to day until the whole are fold--among.
the Books in lthets are the following alltable aeti-"
900 oc&avo Bibles, (Grmenoughl and Stebbins'
Printing); 2500 Watts' Pfalms and Hymnsneat
editio--fine,common and soarfe ; 500 Fergufon
on Civil Soiety;, 400 Dbddridge's Family *pofi-
tori6 v 1.0ol m-", 1 "-
At the fame'im atid plate will be fold-Severil
,hundred reams of Prinftij Papri'of diff:ue ic
kinds,a Printing PreTs, s&c. .
Catalogues will be ready to dalive to 'ee .before
the fale, to ill wlho will call or fend for them%-
Terms of fale, under 100 dlis. cahli-100 to 200, 60
days-300 to 400, 90 d0ays-4b0 to 500, 190 days
-500 to 1000, 3 and. 6 months-100l aud up-
wards, 3, and 9 Wontbs, Notes with fatisfaidory
tedorfers. hITTAIU, Aud..
On WED4ESD AY nexRI at 12 o'clock,
At Store No. .s5, Broad-ftreet,
SOne hundred and' hine calp s
Nails and Spikekimaported in tl;e fhip Superior, capt.
Delano, from Liverpgol, and entitled to debenture;
comprifog the following affqrtment, viz.- Scalks
6d Sharps,i.9oSdo d.dd ; lOddo; 15 do 132d
do ; 23 do 20d dop 10 ta&ks 4, 4 1-2, 5, 0 and 7
inch Spikes, afforted; caLki 3 fiaerofe Nails; 7
do lOd d dod dodo ; 9 doo 0ddo do do''
The abov aboare a Confignmeat froomi ooe or the
flrft Houfls in England, with orders to clofe the rales
immediately, and will be fold without refer'e, in lots
to fuit pu'chafers. _

S Stock in Trdile.
-dn THURSD' aand FRIDIAY, the Lh aknd-
7ihof Dec.. at No. if,,tre'e,''
7ftiHE entire STOCK in TRADE of an Importing
. Houfe,whiclt 'pith a number of packages con-
figned by the Maautai urers, coiNprifeg pers a*j the
largest afloitment of .
Woollen ando Cotion Goods ,
offered at any fale this feafon. Principal part oof
which will be fold by the package, the refiduh in ac.
c6mmodating lots. Purchafers are afiuted that every
article pat up will palitively be fold,' and ari partic
ularly invited Cio attend eatly.
Conditions approved endbrfed i-otes Payabl6 il 3
and 6 months. Sale at 9 nd S o'clock.

S Marfhal's Sales.
Taken to fatisfy an ftxecution, in behAls ot the iUni-
ted'States,' arid to be fold at Public Auiiotn, at the
Marfial's Office, No 16, Central-whaif,
TO-MORROYw aat 10 o)cloce .
A general afford tment of H4oilfe-
hold FURNITUnRE, .conilffingof Beds, 8edileads,-
Side Board. Tables, Chairs, &c. together with litch-
en Furniture, &c., The particular of the above
may be kGoWn by applying at the karalidl's Office,
any,. ume previous to the fali.
Ait, at thk safie til, siplaes'i HaOlSE and
CHAISE. 4 PSRINCE1, Dsp'y Marilal.
TO-MORROW, at .10 o'clock,
At Barker & Bridge's Office
(The following Packages frefh im-
ported Piece GOODS, viz.-7 bales middling Mu
flperfine Broadcloths; 3 do low priced do.-5 do
Cathimeres, afforted; 2 do Satinete ; S do. Blanke&,
4 do.Velvets &Velvetens-8 l tafe worfted Ho'ery,
5 cafes 6-4 and 9.0 cotton Cambrict; 8 do Sarrilet
d G. 4 do Irilh Linens, I do irown do. I bale Bor-
baaets; 1 cafeCheck; Silks, 10 do Ferret
and Galloonss; 3 lo Pocket Hdk'fs. and Shawlis
2 do Fancy Muuflins, 1 do Ribbans, 2 do. Gloves.
Csndiisaeiri mei Useastlas, lat 5 and 7 tin ch.

THIS DAY, at li o'clock,
.,f.-laid Offce,
(.Pe fGsneid.-ro, WFsiaey, oo a rut l of t re yeaaor)
100 pieces Ruffia DUCK, 50 piect.

TO-MORROW, at 1i o'clock,
At G. B arroughs, jr's. Office,
20 boxes brown Havana Sugars,
S fhuak bales prime Upland Cotton 50 tiereds
Rice ; 20 bags Pimento.
Altoi at 12 a'clock,
At N,. 26, Irulna-.wial,
Pire Gratet.--Crockery Ware, particularly affort-
ed for families.
TO-MORROW,'at i3 o'cl'-k,
(Jf not pre,' oal y 1d at private ialeJ
g" T- If TH good fcboo'cr PACKET,
*.,^'.y^^ as fhe rarme from fea, 73 rots bur-
,. f.'?, then, falis faft, is well found, and
--* ', may be put to fea, at a fall cx-

pence. For father particulars, apply at No. as
X. 2, WARDS.,aiSfr.

On' WiEDNESDAY net, 'at S o'clock
At ", K, Jones- & Cos Office,
"., Kilb,.sr-e et,
-. Pftfined f-rcm tufl' iy ),e .
1.07 Packages of GOODS, received
s>per the fsh. Bell-Ifle, vi.--Black Bologna Crapes-..
black & -olored fewing Silks, of a fupeiorr quality
Men's ao, Wohien's Gtoes ; -black and Italian Luft.
rings, Ormieines ; elegant Bonnets, Wrrcaiths an
MillineryA rticlis, filk Hofe, filk:aud kid Shoes, &&
S cafes. French-fhied 8l oer.
Al.s-l care twilled Levantise Silk; of black andt
white af.brtrd clorts, 1 cafe Waomen'swhite kid ex-
tra long and Kabit Gloves, I cafe French Cambice*
and Hdkfs.; I cafe rich French Ribbons. :
S- Thefali will-ne fred and Utnlimited, and pur ,
rhafers.'are afu'-ed that every artitl sill pofitively.
be fold without refer tte,by the ps.ckage, and on1-
liberal credit.

TO-MORROW, at .11 o'coick, as a4o60s,
PFor tie Afefit of il eontcrned,
17 bales afforted Calcutta &S Madrais
GOOD;''"ipported and damaged on board floo~i.
.Union, from Pihiladelphia.
ALso-0t bales Calcutta anil Madas Goods, free
of damage, c`ondfling of Mamordiet, Sannas, Baftas,
bltte Succalooi ,'real Madr4s Hd kfI. ahina Cufla.s,
Pa!lampt6es, blud Gilla and Sooty'Ro'nal Hdkfk

On FRIDAY next, at 12 o'clock, -as ab wo
100 chefts Hyfon TEA,
on liberal credit.

TO-.ORROW, at fi o'clock,
..e 4taoe Noe14. I t, ri,.t 'Itef
Rcaceivedper the brigs Fame and Rubicon, f ui"%
Iavana, o ,
243 boxes wlite & brown Havant
Alfi, 2500s tbs. Coffee in cafks-12000 do.-lflani
IS- Cocoa.
20 hhds Jamaica Ritm,..4th proof-2 pipes Oai. '
200 bags Race Ginger, entitled to debentureN
endilians at file. T. t. JONES, & Co. aU't'ru

On THURSDAY next, at 1I oIclockni'
On -board, Oppolte N6,,"o0,'Long.Wliax.f,
The Cirgo of the brig Johb, froii
Naples, conlfting of 11 pipes, high fourth itr oil
proofNaoles BRANDYV-- '" "
S8 casks choice Red Wind e;
A 2. ke xes .iquorice Palle; '
4 Cbaf s Florence Silks bl.k &otlier .olots!'i
S 4 bale Lilen R4,at; I trunk Kid Gloaves,, .
rig l it ll-c.r aili red. '
tcthdiid s /sLd. ral. T. K. JONe$ & C. atU&rs. "

THURSbAY nextn atI o'dltok,-,
At the end India-Wharf,
THE .Cargo. of flip Coidia, Boiw'maller, fron."'
Gottenbdrg-:-nn'fi'ing of--
SIron) Steel, Class,_Allumn & Duck,
7A.yone'e& Co. ..,r -

THIS. DAY, at 1 2 o'clock, r"
At Whitwell & Bondts Office,'
No.5. KIilby-stiet,
o15000 O t green Coffee, etitlet.
to debenture; 22 boxes white ad S30 dd brtwi
Havana Sugar do ; I0 casla Rice; 5 bales Cotton, a
50 drumts Sultana Raifins ; 100 boies Mufdadel atd
bloom do, 80 llbs Natmees ; 10 chefts Young-ily-
fon Tea ; 9 half, 10 qr .Bohea do.

Damaged Goods.
STO-1MORROW. at -- o'clock.,
1o pieces Ruffia SiEETINGSl
partially dimaged-sO do. Ravens DUCK, do. do.
Afs for hIe & enft of the underwri'et-
The following Goeds, imported ia the fch. FLour-SiR-
ers, from Arehantgel,
. .40 ps, Ravens Duck ;.
80 do. Ruffla. Shdetings ; ..
0 do. Sai Cloth; SOdo.half Dlack,
partially damaged.

Al o-at halffpaft 12 o'dock,
20 hhlids. Virginia Tobacco,
lftrtiafty damaged.

On-WVEDIESD'AY A ext, at oeof, i

40 hhds. Irilfh Glafs WVARE j, .
prifing an elegant zffortment.
rPacll-fcsars infuture paperss.

THIS DAY, at '- o'clock,
Nortifbi' -Jndla-'wharfr
Lahding from brig China,
26 bales firft quality Upland. Cot
ton; f .
eSnrtinr itAl fie. 'Atyf,llf 'W Bond, a&'fe' "i

THIS DAY, at half aiN11 o'clock.
At N,.4, (ndiaflreet,
1 and a half tons HHIMP, partial.
ly damageda, WHI1iLL -BONDNiur,,.

THI4 DAY, it half-palt 11 'o'clock,
On Wheaton'-Whairf,
14 pipes Philadelphia Gin
6 lihda and bbls do; 12 lhhds St Croix luiau.
onAdioi,s at *falt. i#'WisweslS & Bomd, auft'sa.

Crockery War,.
On WEDNESDAY next, at It o'clock
Laniting from hrig Venus, from Lier.posl, oppofis
No 46, India-wharf-
S60 crates Crockery' Ware, fteca
ted particularly for this market.
Alfo-16 tons Canal Ceal. Conditions at fals .
Whotoell & Be,', auar'S. 'V*.

On WBDNESDAY nett, at i' o'clock,
On Mlay's-wh rf, Morth-asnA
The fchooner FOUR-SIS'1a
ERS, baurthen 80 ton, faid f(hr. i
well found--for farther particulart
TRHIS DAY, -atl o'clock.
By Order of Colrt--.O 1t Preei/t,
A certain piece or parcel of Laad4
fituate in Warren-street, at the Sautl!'lprt p ,C
foiban, with a Iwelling Hotfse and other uMina
thereon. Said Land: is boundedt as follows, via.
Weflerly oh faid fireet, there ameafring about 40'
feet; northerly en L.and owed by Eleazer Nihols ;
eaftlerly byLand of Philipt Woalwertk and others a
and foutherly by Land of Daniel G. hsgufol, beihg
the Etats of Ia ,as Ooese late of Boftn, deeea6*s
Tme abeve pebaifer are fubjcf to two mrtr es
made tlhereon, by faid decea'eI.
WHITWELL & BOND, adtttr'.,
THIS DAY, at 19 o'clock,
By ordee of thl.e Adminifitrator on the Eflate of Mrs.

Clizabeth Broafdoy, deceased,
A TOMB in good repair, fitua.
ted in the North Bury-ng Ground. Sale on the
premifes. T. CLARK, A& -


Breathes there a man, with foul fo dead,
Who never to himfelf haith laid,
This is my own, rty native land!
Wlhofc heart ha'dt i re'er within him burtted,
As heane his footfeps hC lith turned,
From war'iter'rg on a foreign (hand!
If fuc tiheic bre.the, go mark him well;
For hlim no minfliel raprorcs fwell;
I-High 'hough his titles, pr-otd his name,
ipunM C*'.:" hi. wealth as wifh ca:I ciaim ;
1te'pir:e th.e' titles, power and pelf,
Tioe *wrech, co'n-ehtrcd all in felf,
Living. :'!;ll fir renr.wn,
And. d. ubly dying, fliall go down
To the vile duff, from whence lie fprung,
Unwept, anh',nored, and unfung.

It is with pleasure we learn, that Mr. CURRAN'
means to life te powers of his unrivalled eloquence
in behalf of his injured country. He is expedlted to
attend the meeting of his fellow citizens,& his fellow
freeholders, at Dublin, who are shortly to he affem-
bled for the purple of petitioning for a repeal of
the Union.

DiR. SHURTLEFF, has removed to No 18,
Hanover fireet, lately occupied I y Dr Kafl-
and exasly oppt.ite the 'Hon John Coffin Jones.
nov 29 eptf
OCT. T. PARSONS, Surgeon Dentjil,from
London, refpe&ffully informs the inhabitants of
Bofion and its vicinity, that lie will wait on fhem, in
the line of his prof.ffion, at all hours, either at their
ewn houses or at hisufual place ofrefidence, No 53,
Newbury-ftreet. Every operation will be perform-
ed according to the moft approved and eafy method,
and its utility warranted-Advice gratis.
Nov 8 6W
Netw system of WRITING COPIES,
With explanations and remarks.
T O be had at the principal Bookflores in edoton,
LSalem, Newburyport, Portfmouth, Portland,
and other places.
Writing is univerfally admitted to beof all Arts,
that which is mollt ufeful to faciety.-It is the soulof
smmvmerce-the p";ure of the past-the regulator of the
future-and the messenger of thought."
The beft teachers recommends "that all Academies
and Schools be furniffied with Writing Copies that each
fcholakr might poffefs a good Let for his vown me and
enlfit." 2m O& 22
Grand Piano Fortes & New Mufic.
10 & A. BABCOCK, at the Piano Forte Ware-
J houfe, No 18, Winter-fireet, have received
by the Kingftoa, from London-
I Grand Piano Forte, made by Clementi W Co.
2 elegant patent do 6 o&aves, by do ;
1 do patent do 5 1-2 oaaves, by do;
I Grand Piano Forte, by Broadwocd EV' Sea
S elegant do square, by do;
10 fquare Piano Fortes, 5 1-2 oidaves, by do;
AL.o-fever al dozen New Songs, variations, cit-
to, prelude, bomtaupos, inftru&or, !a Nymph, &c.-
Piano Fortes made, repaired and tuned at the ihiort-
eft notice. nov 12
Furniture Aution Office.
NOLEN & GRIDLEY inform their friends
and the public, that they have given tp their
Store No 7 Kilby-fireet, and intend to give their at-
tention entirely to the fale of Houfe Furaniture, at
public and private fale. Their office No $7 & 28
Cornhill, is always open in the hours of bufinefs for
the reception and difpcfal of Furniture of every de-
fcription-whete cuflomers in town and country
may be accommodated with the beft of articles on
the beft terms. All orders for Furniture for fihip-
ping, will meet .with the ftricdeft attention, and be
fold at fuch prices as cannot fail ef giving fatisfailion
to purchafers.
N.B. Cabinetand Chair-rmakerswill findit much
to their advantage to fend their Furvniture to the
above Warehoufe, as N. & G. will-wait its difpofal
at private fale, and advance ca(h on the reception of
the Furniture.
N. & G. will attend to public fales of Furniture
at houfes as ufual, and to the appraisal of furniture
it any part of the town, ou moderate terms.
Gw Nov 19
Mr. Silas Fay,
W ISHES to inform his friends and the pub-
lic in general, that he has lately discovered a
new method of preventing fmoky rooms, by a very
little alteration in the chimney. He alfo has a new
compefition-nortar for the ufe of fitting loves,
grates or any thing fubje& to fudden heat, which in-
flead of weakening the mortar as generally has been
the cale, will ftrengthen it foas to be much fironger
than common morter when gradually dried. Who-
ever is defirous of any fuckhimprovement, will be im-
mediately attended to, by giving notice to him at
his hnufe opposite Jofeph Hefcock's Maanufaftory
near Cambridge Bridge. Nov. 12.
Middlefield Free-Stone Company,
TAVING taken a flore at the head of the wharf
- belonging to Samuel Cobb, Efq. en Front-
ftreet,.offer for fale-Stone of all dimenfions, calcu-
lated for building of Houfes, for Facings, Caps,
Stools, Be!ts, and for every purpofe for which Free-
flones are ufed in this country. They ffewife man-
ufacture at the place this flone for fire-places,
to be ufed with or without grates, which are pro-
nounced by many who have feen and ufed them, to
ferpafs in elegance and durability any thing of the
kind heretofore in nfe. Fire-places made at this
manufactory and fet, may be feen at the flore of N.
Ruggles, Efq. !o. 49, India-wharf; at Mr. Win.
1Iarfton's flore India-flreet; at T, H. Perkins, Efq's
heoufe, now building in Pearl-lfireet, and at the flore
of Meflrs. Gardner and Downer, Merchants"-Ilow;
a number are kept conflantly for iafpection and
fale at the manufactory.
N. B. Gentlemen who contemplate building are
invited Co call and examine thle above Stone, and
the Fire-places, the making aife of which, there is
no doubt will be found ufeful,ornamental and rea.-
fSable. 3m nov 5
SBoarding and Entertainment.
friends & the public, that he has removed from
No. 8, Mr.ket-fquare, to No. 17, Federaf-lt. where
can accommodate a number of Gentleman as
Boarders; and likewise Gentlemen from the country
an be acconumodated with Horfe and Chaife keep-
ag, and diaaer at two o'clock. nov 19
EN-JAMIN PRAY, informs his Friends and
Cultwmers, that he keeps at his Shop, near the
T'n:.n D1ock, a general affortment of Soamen's
(. 'is:!:.. n which Le intends to fell as low as cao be
p* rhf'ed at any Shop in town.
rEon. Tov. o6, 1810.

t St Petfbmuig, July 30, ea board brig tn-
S, fry. J3ln Bagley, u after, ALLEN SNOW,
*. .. .drcn, (Mai; ) For partirulars,in-
S I : .'ocn, Mercant, Ncwburyport,
iji .'* Y:.;.. y 6iie.U-y, Ma 1. 4 U.v -G

t LadiesM Kid Shoes;
No 33, CORNHILL, Near the AMaret,
AMOS FITCH, has received by the Kings-
A ton, from London-a complete affertment of
Ladies kid SHOES, (Pichou fashion) of the follow-
ing colours-white, black, olive and tea. Alfo,
Children kid Shoes, and Trafalgar worked Boots,
which will be fold low by the dozen or single pair.
nov 19
Fatory Cotton and Thread Store,
Nos. 2'G & 27, Court-,treet,
(Sutht-fde, eppr/te Concret-Hall),
George Connell,
GENERAL AGENT, forAmerican Manufacture,
particularly, thofe Old, Beft, and well regulated
Mills of Almy, Brown & Slaters, at Smithfield,
Providence and Pawtucket-has now open, and
opening fir Sale-
The molt exteniive general affortment,ofAmetkian
Alansfoaures that ever was in this place : Suffice it
to fay; few will be disappointed in calling for what
they want, either in Yarns or Cloth, both Cotton
and Woollen-1500 wt. of Candle-wick, (fome of
a superior quality) all fizes, beft Patent Lamp-wicks,
and Boot-webbin, &c. -ALSO-
In addition to the above, has received by
the Juno, between three & four hundred thoufand
NEEDLES, i.i quarters, fuch as fuperfine Mackin-
Sharps, Blunts and Between's;
70,000 Silver-eyed do do do do.;
Knittitg, tambourings, nettings, gloves, faddlers
and darners-Badkius, Sciffirs, Thimbles, ivory and
other Combs ; heflt Windfor Soap mid Wafh Balls
100 grofs extra fine flhirt Wires and Moulds, Tapes,
Bobbins, fewing Silks and Twit-loo dozen webl
Sufpcnders; a complete affor:ment of Embroidering
Silks in Shades, do Embroidering Cottons, and flofs,
thread button Monlds, and fome of the belt Pins,
ever imported-Alfo, a fmall, but good affurtment
of Blankets, Flannels Broadcloths, Satinets, cotton
Cambric, Madras Hdk'fs. Bandannas do. &c. &c.
300 tbs of elaftic, fleecy Wool Yarn, for knitting
Shawls, Comfortables, &c. of different colors-and
a great many other articles for various ifes & com-
fort. Having difpofed of all the old flock of Need-
f and Threads, to give place to new, particularly
ordered for retailing, thofe families, who with to
ufe thofe that are good, will pleafe to call and fuit
N. B. Cotton Thread wound into balls, and Bon-
net and Cap wire covered at the above place, war-
ranted superior in quality to thofe imported and
The above Goods will be fold to accommodate
putchafers, particularly thofe of American manu-
fatdure, may be had from ten to ten thousand dol-
lars at thefliorteft notice, with Fa&ory difcouut.
Wanted-Woolen Stocilings and Woolen
Yarn. tf ot t 29

Richardfon & Wheeler,
ip ESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the
public, that they have taken Mr. TiMOTrnv
SPA.LDING into partnerfltip, and that their bufinefs
in future will be tranihated in Boflon under the firm
Baltimore under the firm of JONA. WHEELER &

Richardfon, Spalding & Co.
No. 63, State-ftreet,
HAVE received, by the fhip Sally-Ann and Lo,
thair, from Liverpool-.
Common and fuperfine Broadcloths and Caffi-
meres; Bedford and Princes Cord; woolen Sattin-
ets; Cotton Valencias and Winfor Cords, for Velt-
ings; Tickfetts and 47elveteens; Prints; CottOn
Checks; Ginghams; Dimoties ; white Cambricks
Shirting Cottons; Cottoni Ombrellas ; Braces, tiind
ings, &c. Which are offered for fale on favourable
terms. Sm fept 10

Parker 5 Appleton,
ESPECTFULLY acquaint their Friends and
Cufltomers, that they have formed a connection
with Mr.NATHAN APPLETON, (late of the firm
of Meffrs. S. & N. APPLETON, and that their
bufinefs in future, will be tranfaited under the firm

Parker, Appletorn Co.
No. 29, Broad-Street,
HAVE jufl received by the brig Caroline, from
Liverpool, a part of their Fall Supply of ENGLISH
GOODS, which will be ready for Sale, in a few
days-on reasonable terms. (1 w4m) Aug. 27.

Nathan Appleton,
B"EGS leave to informs his friends, and the cuf-
tomers of the late firm of
that he has formed a connection in bufinefs with
-Mr DANIEL P. PARKER, and his brother Mr. EBEN.
ACPLETON, and that his bufinefs in future will be
conducted under the firm of
for *hom he would felicit a continuance of their fa-

Natha- Appleton & Co.
No 36, Broad-street,
HAVE received by the Caroline, from Liverpool,
Broadcloths and Caffimeres, Coating, Duffils, Baiz-
es and Flannels, Calicoes, Cambrics, Dimites, Tar-
tan Plaids, Buttons, &c. which will be ready for
fale in a few days. 1w4m aug 27

William Hawes,
NO 70, Cornhill, Ofers for sale,
WO bales Blankets,drom 6 to 12-4; 1 do Caf.
fimeres, all colours ; 1 do Hunter's and Forefq
Cloths; 2 trunks Hofe, mix'd, black, and fate col-
ours ; I do fiik Goods, confiling of Sarfnets; Pe-
long Satins, Velvets and fancy Hdkfs; 20 pieces
Lady's Peliffe Cloths, all colours; black and plaid
Luteltrings; Bombazetts ; Bomfazees, an excel-
lent article for clergymen's gowns; 4-5, 6-7 & 8-4
Shawls; Sewing Silks and Twillft ; white and colour-
ed Threads ; Pins; gentlemen's antd ladies'Gloves ;
with a great variety of other Cotton and Woolen
Goods, all of which will be fold, very Cheap, for
Cafl only. nov 12

Isaac Scholfield,
No 2, Court-Street,
lj.AS received by the late arrivals from England,
a very excellent affortment of
Superfine and middle priced Broadcloths,
confining of black, blue, mixed, bottle green, olive,
corbeau and brown-iuperfine, middling and low
priced Caffimeres, double and single milled, various
colours-Peliffe Cloths-blue Plains-white, red,
yellow and green Flannels, various qualities.
All of which are offered for fale as above, by
package or piece, on liberal terms.
nov 19 eptf
William Chafe,
SESPECTFWILLY informs the public, that he
R has formed a connexion in trade with!Mr.
CHRaISTOPHER GORE, jun. (from the ltore of Meflrs
S. R, MILLER & CO.) and bufinefs in future will be
tranfadied under the firm of
At No. 36, Union-fAreet,

Who have fur fale, and are daily receiving, an
extensive affortment of frefl imported European
GOODS, which will be fold by whmolefale and retail
fo-cafli or appro-ed credit, and at prices which fail to fuit purchasers, 4 OfR t

Superlour Linens.
PDHILIP CRANE, No. 43, MaraoroS't.sreet,
f (Qppte .Brosmfied's Laoe) H"as for fale,
An affdrtment of IRISH LINENS, fome of
which are of a fuperiour quality.
Liewife--a general affortment of European
, and India GOODS, adapted to the feafon.
Nov. 12. -
Francis-. Dt r ivage.
No. 44, Broad-Slreet,
As received by the moerinas Hero, Superior, and
Ji ane, from Liverpool,
A few BALES, corifilting of low priced, mid-
dling and fuperfine black, navy-blue, drab, mitt and
FLANNELS and BAIZES, &c.-which are offered
for fale at a very moderate advance, and on liberal
terms. tf nov 19
Pratt & Andrews,
No. 30, State-.qreet,
Ht AVE received per hips Yuno &'ff ane, from
Liverpool, and Xingfson, from London,
Broad Cloths and Caffimeres of various cal-
ors and qualities :-fupesfine ribb'd Caffimeres -
Hunter's Cloths; Plain and Printed Peliffe Flannels;
Calicoes ; Furnitures; 6-4 Shawls-afew elegant 7-4
.and 8-4 ditto ; Fancy Mdkfs ; Ginghams; Silk and
Cotton do; Cambric Muflins ; Cotton Shirtings;
Dimities; black and copor'd, plain ai:d twili'd Sarf-
* net Cambrics ; blacks glaz'd Hat Linings; Ferrets ;
worked Bindirgt; Scotch Threads ; patent color'd
do; Galloons; Dome top twill Buttons; China and
Sarfiect Ribbions; Hair do ; Barcelona Hdkfs ; black
Silk; Florentine andicorded Tabby Veftings ; few-
ing and embroidering Silks; and Silk Twift-Alf.-
Superfine black, navy blue, forest green, corbeau
and olive Welt of Eiglaud Broad Cloths, of very fiu-
perior quality.
The above with the remainder of their Receipts
by previous arrivals, are offered in large or fmall
quantities on very libest.I terms. 6w nov 8
Salisbury & Cleveland,
No 10, Merchant's- vais,
H AVE received per the recent arrivals from
Liverpool, a part of their fuipplyPiece GOODS
fuited to the feaon-Blue, Broadcloths, Caffimeres
black, blue, and drab milled Flannels and Baikes,
all colours, afforded in fmall Balls; cafes Calicoes ;
Scotch Mullins, white and colored Threads ;
Velvets, Birds eye Wild-boars, fuperfine Rattinets,
all colours ; gilt, plated and fancy Buttons, &c. &c.
Which they ofer for Sale,
In addition to which, they have received an
afortment of HARD-WARE, confifling of Anvils,
Smith's Vices, Iron Wire, from No. 16 to IS ; Sad-
Irons, Frying-Pans, Brads, Tacks, brafs and iron
barrel Horfeman'i Piltols, &c. &c.
16 calks Dry White Lead, rolls
3 & it tbs. fhcet Lead, calks patent Shot, afforted
uambers-bales India Cottons, Natkins & Sinchaws,
entitled to debenture. (eptf) Sept. 10.
Paint Ware-House,
No. 1, Long-'harf.
1IOHN OSBORN, has received by the late
arrivals from Europe, an extensive aflortment
of PAINTS-Among -which are-
150 bbls. White Lead, 150 do.
Spanifli Brown-70 hhds Whiting ;
20 tierces Spruce Yellow-390 wt. Gum Copal ;
Gum Shellack-gold and silver Leaf ;
Glaziers' Dimonds-Painters' Briulhes;
Tools and Pencils-Copal Varnifh.
Alfu, every article in the colour line generally called
for-all of which are for fale as above, at reduced
prices, for Cafh or Credit.
Vr Paints of the firft quality put up at the
fhorieft notice, for the Eaft or Weft India Market.
Od.4. (tf)

IMPORT their Goods from one of the oldest and
bell eftablifled Colour Houfes in Europe, and
they can with confidence recommend their Colours
as the very beft of their kind. They now offer for
fale, the following articlesat No. 1, Union-ftreet ;
White Lead, Painter's Brufllies, of all
,, ground in oil, fiaes,
Red Lead, White Waflh ,, ,,
Spanifl Brown, Marking
Venitian Red, Fine Tools,of all fizes,
Spanif White, Saflh ,,
Paris ,, Round Camels hairTools,
Spruce Yellow, Frensh, afforted,
,, American, Flat ,, ,,
,, ground ineil, in tin ,
Patent Yellow, Camels hair Pencils, ,
Stone Swans quill M
Verdigrife, Fitch
Vermillion, bell Englifh, Sable Miniaturae ,,
common, Graining Tools, afforted,
,, Chinefe, Hogs hair Varnifli Tools,
Letharge, Stone, Pallet and Putty
,, in powder, Knives,
Turkey Umber, Glazier's Diamonds,
Terra de Sienna, Eure- Pallets, .
pean, Emery, afforted,
Do American, Pomice Stone,
White Vitriol, Tripoly,
Pruffian Blue, Crocus,
Green Paint. Glafs Paper, afforted,
FGa PAPER. SAINERS. Emery ,, ,
Fine Brown Oker, FINE PAINTS.
Verditer Blue, Carmine,
Queen's ,, Drop Lake,
Slip Yellow ,,
French Green, Vrown Pink,
Olympian ,, Vandike Brown,
Verditer ,, Anthwerp Blue,
Mineral ,, Nottingham White,
Rofe Pink, Flake
Dutch ,, King's Yellow,
Engliflh, Naples ,,
Roman Oker, India Ink,
Orange Lead, Yellow Orhiment,
Blue Black, Orange ,,
Lamp Black,beftEnglifhl, Gambouge,
S American, Sap Green,
White Froft, Oxford Stone Oker,
Yellow ,, Purple Brown,
Blue Smalts, Frankfort Black,
Ivory ,,
Burniflh Gold Size, Beft Englifls Copal Var-
Gold Leaf, nifll,
Silver ,, ., American ,,
Dutch Metal, ,, Spirit Varnfih,
Pale Bronze, ,, Japan ,,
Burniflers, Gams Amber,
Gilder's Tips, Arabic,
Japaner's Gold Size, Maftic,
Glue, Englifi and Amer- Sandrac,
lcan, Copal,
Stick Lae, Shell Lae.
ALso-Boxes of Cake and DropWater Col-.
ors ; boiled and raw Linfeed Oil; Spirits Turpen
tine black and bright Varnifli, &c. &c.
H. & W. again tender their thanks to their
Bulserous old and new Cuflomers, for the very lib-
eral encouragement given them this feafon, and af-
fure them and the Public, tliat they will not aban-
don their plan or principle of felling none butgen-
uine articles, and at the lowel price.
(t: Paints pit up for foreign market or
domefie ule, with directions, &c. 3m nov 12

A New 12 inch CABLE, lOOfathoms, for fale. by
3R iard D. T,4.-r, No, 82, India-'trest.

The fine Britifh brig CONCORD, R>
&. a aialip, maftiler, having half her cargo enga-
ged, will fail early in December. For the remain-
der of her freight, or paffige-
A.pply to H. N. RocERE. No. 36, Ind.a-street.
'.,. /?o J FOR iHAANA,
'' To-fail o l Eiunlay next, the
new brig GLEANERHenhy Proc-
..E. ter, matter, intended as a regular
tiader-has two thirds of her cargo cinaged. For
freight of the remainder or paTlhge, apply 10to W. C.
GOWEN, or G. Buiaioouis, jr. No 9, Indita-lrcet.
Mr GowEN will return to the Havana in the
above mentioned vefiel, where he intends rtfiding,
and will attend to any bufinoefs, entrufled to his care,
or conlignments to hi3 address. nov 2o
4 k The Packet hip AUGULSTA,
Theodore Curtis, master, will poli-
"' tively be ready for fea on the firft
of December. For freight or paffage apply to the
mailer on board, or to ELISHA BRIGHAM & Co.
No 45, India-wharf.
Who have received by faid fhip from Savannah-
-100 bales fuperiar Cot'on of the new crop-60
whole and GO60 half calks prime Rice. nov 26

The brig AMERICA, George
days. Fer freight or paffage, ap-
ply to R. D TUCKER,No 32, India-ffheet.
Mov 29
George Burroughs,
No 9, India.-Steet, Has for Sale,
0 NE hundred and fifty boxes brown Havana Su-
gar; 20 qr boxes White do ofa superior qual-
ity ; 3000 wt Coffce; 50 bags Pimento; Rite and
Cotton. nov 29
WANTED on Charter, a deep
3 waited Brig or Schooner. from to100
to 200 tons burthen, Apply to G
B'tsotrOns,jr No 9, India-flreet. nov 29

Frefh Flour.
OR fale by JOS. FIELD, No 17, Long-*Tltaf-
now landing, Baltimore fnperfine, fine and i
brand FLOUR. nov 19
Frefl Flour.
FIVE hundred bbis fuperfine. fine and middlings
S FLOUR, now landing from (ch Regulator from
Baltimore, and for fale by
nov 1 9 N 23, Lo .g-wiarf.
Ezra Davis,
No 1--, Kilby-flreet, Offers for fale,
WELVE bales beft fuperfne Wecf of England
3 do do do do do Caffimeres;'
6000 pieces Company Nankins. Also-
6O ihhds James River Tobacco ;
20 bales Cotton, f'sperior quality, (new crop)
o10 tons Swedes Iron. nov 19
.Cornelius Coolidge & Co.
No 53, Lonr-wlar.f,
. "JAVE for Fale, the cargo of brig William-100
j.L tons Swedes Iron, afforted fizes
The cargo of fecl Eagle-69 hhds Tobago Rum ;
12 hhds and 9 bbis Mufcovado Sugars-6 hhds and
37 bags Cayenns Cocoa-56 bags green Coffee-1
zereen Spanifli float Indigo.
The cargo of brig Conflellation-0s boxes f'efh
Lifbon Lemons, prime order ; 2.7 qr calkcs Lilbon
Wine; 56 bales Merino Wool : 300 hhds Lifbon
Salt. :!1o, just landed,
500 pieces Ravens and 200 bolts Ruffla Duk-
50 ps Sheetings. nov 26
New Beef, Sugars, &c.

Hall, Thacher, & Co.
No 10. Parkmaa's buildings, h-ay's wharf,
AVE for fale, now landing from floop Experi-
ment-S5 bbis white Sugars ;
15 casks winter and summer trained fperm Oil.
1000 bbis rmefs, No 1, 2 and s Beef;
20 pipes Fayal Wine ;
20 bales New Orleans Cotton ;
25@ boxes mould tallow Candles;
50 qr chefs Souchong Tea, 38 lb each :
Ruffia Duck, Naukins, W. I. Rum, Pepper,
Madeira Wine,Georgia upland and fea-ifland
Cotton, Carrat Tobacco, brown Soap, Hyfon
Tea, &c.
N. B. Familks supplied with the purelt summer
and winter preffed Sperm OIL, in cannifters; war-
ranted of the beft quality. nov 19

JOSIAH BRADLEE, No. 29, India-fireet,
Has landing from Sloop Heao,
450 bags Sumatra Pepper, enti-
tled to debenture. nov 19
Sweet Oil.
jTOOK & FOSTER,No. 35, India fireet, have for
fale, a few boxes SWEET OIL. nov 26,

New Raisins,
Wholefale aud retail Grocery flore, No 40, Marlbo-
ro'-fireet, (near the Old South)-
A few boxes fuperior Filberts, Prunes,
Miufcatcl Raifins, in frefh Mace, Nut megs,
curters; real Cinnamon,
Bloom do; 5 Caffia, Cloves,
Sultana do without feed ; ground Alfpice,
frefli Currants; do Pepper,
Citron. TurkeyFigs ; do 'Rice.
Jordon Almonds; nov 26
Window Glafs, Safh Weights, &c.
OW landing from floop Hero-a quantity of
Engliflh Window Glafs, from 7 by 9 to 14 by
II-do round Window WeightsGrape Shot and
From scb'r Rostos-25- rates Dunbarton crewn
Glafs, in large sheets .
ITN STORE-SO,000 feet beft Window Glafs, corn-
ptifing every ize; 250 boxes Tobacco Pipes, in hebo.
es of 3,4 and 6 groce-for fale by
y. t D. ECKLET,
nov 26 No 17, Merchant's-Row

soo Coils Grass Rope,
different fizes, for fale by BEMIS & EDDY,
No. 12, Ling-Wharf, Alfo,
Ship.Chandlery of all kinds. (eptf) june

LIJAH Wif'HlEGTON', No 34, State.-
reert, has forfale-o00 qrcalkslofpedled A-
merican, Englifli glazed, Tower proof and Dutch
GUNPOWDER; a few calks refined Saltpetre; o
tons Shot, all kinds.-20 tons Eriimflone.
Purchalersfor shipping, flips sife, and town lores,
will find it for their interefl to apply as above.
fept t-0 (eptf)

AYOUNG MAN, who Write, a tair H-nd, can.
produce fatisfadory recnmmend.ations, wifaes
to gi'in Employment a,, a CLEPK.
lsq.uire at. the Patriot Ccom:ingR0om. No.. 1,5

10,o00o(5 ftufm a C.rafi.
T'"ST received, 12 bales Crafh. of fo1er w.l'r ihl
J ty, for Toweling.-Alfi,, 10 bales RuniA She-t.
ing, Diaper and Duck, fcr fale, by S.H. BABSt.COCN'
No. l,Dock-fquare. nov 26

Wool and Woolen Yarn.
FOR SALE-Likewife,Woolen FROCKS,fulitabli
Sfor the approaching feafon.
Nov. 19. Inquire at this Office.

Crockery Ware.
change-ffreet, have received per the Patriot,
arrived on Friday ialt from Liverpoof-an excellent
afTortment of CROCKERY WARE-and by the
Hector, part of their fupply of GLASS WARE.
nov 12

Samuel Barry,
No. 1, Old State-Houfe,
H UAS imported in the fhip Kingfton, from Lo0-
.IL don, and for (ale-
Gentlemen's fafhianable Beaver HATS;
Children's do do do;
Ladies' do do Hats and Bonnets;
Gentlemen's patent filk Hats;
Red and blue Skivers; how Strings, Copperafe,
Terdegrifs, Aqua-fortis. and Oil Vitrol.
LiiLcvise, has on hand-tlhe Bofton Hat Mann-s
factory Hats. together with thofe of his own make',
which forms as compleat an affortment as can b4
fonnd in this town. Alfo. for fale,
6if00 Neurra Skins-1I00 onorth-weft Martin do -
rnd Hatters'Trimmings of every defcription.
nov 12

A. t Roxbury-Street Variety Store,
Sign of the Pad.-Lock'.
'11-BENEZER FOX, has for fale-a general
ii affortment, recently repleni5h'd with well choi-
fen Goods,fele&led from the latcf arrivals, of Cut-
lery, Hard, Hollow, Crockery and Gl.k(s Ware-
School Books and Stationary. Also, as---Chamber-
lain's Bilious Cordial, Tinature of Saflafras, Dim,
Eye-VWater, green wound Salve, Vegetable Itch Oint-
ment, &c.
And has jul received a general affortment (f Pa-
per Hangings of the molt faflhicnable figures, and as
great a variety of patterns as is kept at any flore in
Bofton, from i.O cents to 2 dis 50 cts pr roil, with
the moll fashionable Borders.
The above will be fold as low as can be purchaf.
ed at any ftore in Boflon.
Coiflant attendance, and the fmalleft favors ace
knowledge. S3m oft 25

Drugs, Medicines, &c.
,, EORGE BRINLEY, No s, fouth.fide old
Market-houfe, has received his ufual fupply
from London, by the flhips George and New'Galen,
and offers for fale a large and extensive aflfotmentof
Drugs, Medicines W Dye-Stufs, for Calh or approved
Credit. ALso-In Store-
30 hhds flour Sulpher; 50 do ground.Camwood;
50 bbis fpruce Yellow; 30 do Spanifh Brown;
20 bales Seuna Leaves; 15 cafes Aqua Fortis;
60 boxes Spaniffi Cigars ; 1000 lbs Otter;
2000 lbs blue Vitrol; SO crates affarted Phials.
od 25 Gw
The following Letter s a farther proof of ib super is
eFacy -f
C(6 W'T T. CONWAY-i-Sir, noticing your ad-
77 's vertifement for Dr. Hunter's PILLS,and
having three yeaws ago contracted a venereal taint
which notwithilanding the utfual treatment, was per-
petually troubling me with head aches, pains in mTO
bones,large fcabs and blotches all over my btdy, el-
bows, eye-brows, face, lofs of appetite, and universal
laffitude, was induced to try thefe Pills, when, t6omy
agreeable furprize, after two boxes, the fc;bs began
to fcale off, the pains left me,-my appetite returned ;
on taking three boxes more am perfectly free from
every fymptom. You would oblige me much by
your advice, and whether you think it necefl-ry for'
me to continue; if fo, pleafe to enclofe in a letter
what you may think proper. I am, fir, moft grate-
fully your's. G. W."
lbrtfmnouth, Nov 14, 1810.

Thefe Pills are an effectual rem-
edy in all the various fRages of the Venereal Diffafe
from a simple gonorrhea, to a confirmed lues; recer.t
infeaions are removed thereby frequently in three
or four days, at the trifling expenfe of one or two
dollars, A Treatife (explaining the various fymp-
toms, with directions, fo that perfons of either fex
may be cured with fecrecy) encircles each box.-
Price 1 dollar.
g:7 None are genuine, unlefs feigned on the outfide,
printed wrapper by the proprietor, W.T. CONWAv,
14, Charles-flreet, Boflon ; and retail by E. May-
nard, No 2,Hanover-fIr; Tompkins,3,North Row;
Hall & Weld, Unmon-strt. Powell, 20,Cambridge-flrt.
Dr. Fennely, 33, Prince-street; Babfon, Wifcaflet ;
Pelps, Gloucefter ; Kidder, Charleflown ; Thomas
and Whipple, Newbury-port, and C. Mingus,
Roxbury ; Stevens, No. 78, Newbury-street ; H.
Whipple, Salem; Dr. W.Todd, Saco; Tappan, Portf-
mouth; Bull, Hartford; Richmouds, Providence;
Froft Kennebunk; Goodale, Hallowell; and maoft
Bookfellers throughout the U. States.
y;- AfkI for Dr Hunter's Pills-and as you value
health observe the signature "W. T. Conway,"
**% A liberal difeou nt to wholefale purchafers.
IwswIftf nov 26

Real Eftate.
FOR SALE-Two fmall lots of Land, with
the buildings thereon, situated in Needham and
near the Upper Falls on Charles River, on one of
which, stands a two flory Dwelling-Houfe and Barn
with a number of Ftuit Trees-And on the other a
low Houfe of two Rooms,, convenient for a fmall
family ; they will be fold together or separate as may
bell accommodate the purchiafer. The terms will
be made known, and the buildings can be viewed ei
application to Jonathan .Bixly,jun. of Newton.
Nov 26.
Valuable Real Eftates..
A NUMBER xecellgnt situations are now ok
fetred for fale very low for cafth--thefce Eflates
are fo well fituated'as to fait almoe any kind of prof-
itable bufiuefs viz :-
A large well built brick Hoefe, with Barns, &e
near Weft-Boflon Bridge, and next to the fot contem-
plated for a Market.Place, and is the fame Eflate
not long fince uele as a Tavern, and now occupied
by Mr. Wells.
Alfo-a good brick Houfe, in Franklin-Place.
Alfo-a new brick Dwelling-Houfe,with a Shop
in front near the new Cultom-Houre in Broad-fireet.
Alfo -two new brikk Bwelling-Houfes near the
fame with Shops infront,well calculated for .Board-
ing Houfes.
Alfo-a good bhick Store, in Ann-fireet, occupied
by Mr.Hewe,
Alfo-ene other brick Building in faid Ann-fireet
occupied by Mr. Hunnemnan and others, with land
and wharf adjoining to the Mill-Creek ; this let haa
Land flfFcient for 5 or 6 Storoes-Alfo-a large
Store in Uniou-flreet.
Alfo-a wooden Tenesent at Weft-Boflon, with
a large let of Land thereto belonging. Any perfoa
wifihing to purchase the whole or a part of the above
l.aire,, will find it fo.r thevr interefl to apply imne-
di.tely, as they belong to a perfon living out of tho

Cummonweaith'who is determined to fell them each,
for cafil.-Apply to A. PEAUODY, Efq. at No.'.
Court stre;. (z.S ii,'t 27

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