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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
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 33, no. 2163 (Dec. 21, 1801)-v. 49, no. 3768 (May 29, 1817).
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tHuURSAY, DEC-I S~ ,Isio. .yIu1LX.-JMfeog
W/c 4P Q / -. v- 0a~"rpga o .0rm0ii) 0 ZQ'.r;Z .)C,6 A;






BOSI'ON, Aa.Lu h rnted hbyADAMS, RHOADES & cCO. PUBLI:SHF'RS f the-LAWS of the UITEN.DSTT.


TUIT"IO Nii the Frsnch Language, Geld Beads, Silver Spoons, a,4d Tea
ade ih the Pians Fort t, O TRAYs. ,
ONS'a. P.C. LO'JVRIAE intending to OR false, by JAMkS MURPHY, Iro so,
reside in this Tnows as in Inftator in tIe .I Mnalboro'-flreet,
French Lanuinage, andI di the Piano Foitb, prefers A complete affortminnt of warranted gold Beads
hi. Compliments to iFe Inhabitants, andrd'pet'nily and liver Table and T1'ea 4p0ons; 400 elegant and
offers them his Services tin eadchLig thrhore atcoii common 'n tM Treays; Ear Jewels and Broaches,new
plithments, whicltlie hai already taaght with a patterns ; together with a.argdcquantityoJewelry,
flattering futcef' in two of the plticipil towns of Watches, Englith GodJ,., &c. .
this State. : S, Freti TEAS, of all kinds, warranted
He will give Private Leffons, anriattend in any goeA and cheap. ec 2c
Academy in aitis,tr the idjcent town-Gentlemen -- ---
may receive iflrut.o.i, either aL Mr. L's, or at India Cottons, &C.
their owtvrhoadfe. WETT &ISAAC. No 1' m.-i 15, Codt-ftredt,
Should any Pupils have aqitr.ed a ..u~Litent S have juif received
*degree of proficiency on the Piano Furte, Mr. L. A new af"ortment India C.tton', from I dol 2
will accompany them on the V oi cts to 8 doi per iec Also,
Relying on his reception in the molt re.pca4e ile Black Cto rape, a duc price
Bl,, ackCanton Ct-ai, ntreduced price
famile.- in Marblehead & Salem.wIlrde lie h.s prin- Wanted, as aboe--3000 pair Morocco and Kid
tipally refided fince he left iaris, his native place. Shoe, 1000 Straw .nicets, Tow Cloth and Diaper,
Mr. L. hopes for a liberal ihare of the public jratro- fot which- good pay will be given. 6w dec 13
ltaee of .tia 'metropolis. "


His learns may bekn ),n, by applying at No. IS,
Diftill-houfe-Square, wlieri be will he happy to
receive the Commands of thofe who may wilhi to
TreceiVe his iuPlru5boa.i. De 20;


A CARD.
WITH a heartfelt gratitude ind refpe6f the
Subfcriber acknowledges the liberal patrofiage, aiid
obliging poMitenefs and attention he has fretived
from the inhabitants of the towns of Salem & Mari
blehead. -
The adherence of his Pupils to his particular
Itode of teach; -', ani t le progrefs which has coo-
11..in,!y followed their fftudies, as they are mofily
owiftg to their superior abilities, wiil ever be rememu-
hiered by him with the greatest pleafure and fatis-
fa9tion, and temnait the ftrongeft motive* for foil-
citing the continuance of their truly efltimiiale
patronage. r e. r
Every \Wednefdav and Saturday, t will be dented
the inftru-.'-.n of hi Pinils in Sale;n, anti their
Command'. or any nev application for tittiori witl
he-punItallly attended tu, at 1i .4 lft plite of rd-
Adence. (i f P. C. LOUVRI &R.

"/ Unin erf-ai biography.
O N the l,2th day of Janitry isi. will he
publifihed by-1Muarir, t' ft.,a.i', in rothict
and cldfe printed ocavio volumes rice f dollars,
UNIVERSAL BIOG'RAP-Y cobntaidifga
Cn-ui.in- account. citt.al iand IhitIrlca'l, of the' Life
and Ch3r.i :Lar, Labors and Am.iions of eminent Per-
f,., of all .qes and eriuntries, conditions aad pret-
feilli ni, aar, Ted in a4pl;abertiil oldet-bly ),Lem-
priere, D t> a',thor of i'he ClaliCaIl Di :1,oniry
N. B Tli'-re that fWlfrrbi ptrcvious to the firft
6of Janiuste, iwilt receive thren'at' :dls-'.a -oiutro.
& -
Ormcc Minmyra.
FOR SALE, by JAMES W. BUIlrrITT &
.CO. F ,a&mts 's H'Eai CouV-t.Street--CGollec-
kisea-,GrmecaMitsora, for the ule.of A:ademies _and
Sechs~I;s edition improved and, enlarged.
SDec 6. ...... .

S -- flor Lt-e ar e
Gasettr Counti;.,-Room, and at No 70, State-ftrt
-a full SHEET DIRECTORY,containing a Hfl ff
all the namnes of the occupanfi in State-flteet,
Court lreet, Union-ftreet, Marlboro'-flrcet, Cord.
hill, &c. and on the several wharves in town.
Price 25 cts. dec 13

Charts, Seamen's Books, &c.
FOR Sale, at WM. T. CLAP's Book-store,
Sin BSfloun Frigate, Fi-.street,
CHARTS of the Coaft of FRastE, SPAtN and
.PORTUGA., 011 a large Scale, NA.VIATOR'S Coaft
Pilot, Ship Mafter's Ahiftaat, .printed Cargo Books,
Log and Journal Pookla. bound up for long India
Voyages, Scales and Dividers, Nautical Almanacks,
-extra large fize Slates;'New Tables for afcertaining
th- Latitude by the POL ".R STAR.
Quills, Paper, Ink-flaads, Lead Pencis', Penkniress,
Ink-pow'det, Pocket Books, .Caftom.H-oufe Blanksl
&c. A'ro, an aflbrtmentof Hiftory,Voyages,Travels,
Song Books, Arithmetics, Blank Books, and Sch:1ol
Bo&ks as ifnal.
.N. B. Night Tapers in boxes, of various priclo..
JAMES W. BURDITr', 6 CO.
AV E received by the laft Veffels from
London, Liverpool & Scotland, and for fale
at their.B-ook-store, Franklin't-Head, Court-Sh ect,
and at the Shop under the fame,
A fresh supply of BOOKS,
Confiftirg of the moft celebrated Authors on
Divinity, Hiitory,
Law, I Biography,
Phyfic, Arts,
Surgery Sciences,
Chemiftry, Trade,
Anatomy, Commerce,
Philofophy, Poetry, &c. &c.
Atmnng which are many ANew Publicatfisn, the whole
making as good a Colleftion, as can be found
in Bufton.
A very extensive affortment of Writing-Paper,
Quitls, Warrainted In-Poa ft, Penmanj/ip, and alinolt
ev.ry other article in the Sr.a 'ION.aa Line.
LADIES' POCKET BOOKS, Etwees,
Thread Cafes, and Work Boxes.
GO NI LEMEN's POCKET BOOKS, with
or without Inftrimnents, and ikin leaves, Memoran-
dum Books and PIrtfes of all fizes and prices.
GLOBES, from 3 to 18 inches diameter,
MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS, Gunter's
bcales and Dividers.
THERMOMETERS, Microfcopes, Spy,
Opera and Reading Glaffes.
CHARTS, Maps, Pilots, and Atlaffes, of
*very part of the known World.
DRAWING BOOKS, Drawing Paper ;
_ Parchment, Vellum, Water Colours, Pen.ils;A
Ivory Paper, and Ivory for Miniatu.res,
SHAVING & DRESSrNG CASES, Razor-,
and Straps, Palmnyrene. Windfior and other Soaps.
GOLD andt SILVER LEAF.
BOOKBINDERS' & PRINTERS' Orna-
ments, with a great variety of Fancy Articles, too
mtanv to enumerate.
ACADEMIES, SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES,
PUBLIC cr PRIVATE OFFICES, can Ibc supplied
ion fair terms at the above Store, where thife whio
Navigate the Sea, or fuivey the Land, will find
many ulfeful Articles, and almoftany individual may
feledt foaidthing, either inftrumive or amuling.
g: I Any Articles which can be procured
from England, may be obtained by leaving orders
s above, and engaging to take then on arrival.
B Jyk, Nov. 29.
WT ANTFD-a Young MAN, to attend in an
SEuglilh Good i Store, on Cornhill-oie from
the Country will be Pref red, aged fromIn I 'a Is
ycars. I'nquqre at this Cflice. d.:c I13.


Bradftrcet & Story,
0 sNo. 38, Broad ftreet-,-
,)FFER for fale,, the remciiis of their late imnpor-
ations, confifting of
White and yellow Baizes and
Flafattels, Dunflls, Coatings, Broadcloths, Caflimeres,
Plains, Velvets, Cottons, Linens. Handkfs, Mullins,
Cambrics. Calicoes, Ginghami, TWiAf, wing Silks,
cotton Balls,Pini, Buttons, Indi- Sari'nc:s. &c.
Also-21 bales aflorted Broad-
cloths ; .16 packages pri.tcl, prlai. and twill'd Cam-
brics. of the newelt faltfion, a;:d fsalomiab!e.
Mofl of the above fcue&etd by a person refiding
in Ilnogn. dec 20

J.~E. VINN,
No q5-, Hanover-street, opposite Concert-Hall,
fJAS for falein addition to'his former fupply,the
following GOODS, teceivedly the latest arri-
va'l.-VIZ '
S b'mes Proadcliths, blk bries, from 2f.3 to 10/'6
bhre, bottle and olive pr yard.
green colou:rs, all pri- LACF GOODS, etc
ces.fronm Sf;1 to 12 dis Plain hbk and white Silk
pr yard; Lace, 3.-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6.4,
4 hads4 Caffimeres, blk 7,4' and 8-4 wide; their
green, Ibrown and al-; black is principally dou-
moft every fhadefrom ble Lace, calculated to
Iight drab, to very tambour for Veils--fmall
deep fawn colduirs,part white lace Veils at redu-
of the drabs and blks ced prices.
are double milI'd, and An elegant affortment
of tlieveryfirlt quali- of colored Silk Lace, for
ty. buall dreffes, turbans,han-
4 bales Bombazetts, out kerchiefo, &&c. 4-4, 5-4,
of which are feleicd '6-4atid.7-4wide-eolors
a very excellent altihrt- are pink, green, ftraw,
icnt'for retailing, blk hblue.,fawn, orange, light
flwiin,Tcarlet, maroon, red, brown, maroon, and
variousfihadesofbrown, coquelico colours.'
bottle, and grafs green white double Sarfuets,
colours; for gowns;
2' cables Madrl. pattern A quantity oflongpiF
laidWfs ; nic Sleetes, at low prices,
LA l it Ii cafe ladies fine white
< Hao uj-_-- .,.., ron r-I,,e. aCCe C toe.,,,
1, do eicellest Itil in'm- a d, comnmoi-and
end, part 4-4' and unu- cambric Dimoties;
fully lne'; Ladies ro'e white Silk
4 caies Calicoes and low Hole, with rich lace clks.
priced Ginglhams at Il q; per pair;
I do Adelclhi Thre.din T cafe 6-4 potted le-
boxes tflbrted ; no Mullins ;
3 di 4-4 and 6-.4 blaek a lquantity of bIk lace
and whiti CottoniC.m- Trimmnlings, &c.
'hai :bov GoodG, making with thlofe on hand, a
flock well aflorted, will be fold by wholclale or re-
tail, at the lowelet prices, for Caf L or amraoVED cre-
dit. (if) dec 20.
Parker, Appleton &' Co.
Noa 29, Broad'street,
TJ AVE received by the late arrivals from EnglanAd,
a large and complete affortment of
Staple and Fancy GOODS;
co s~s5tsor or
2A bales fliperfine and 2 cafes of-elegaot long
common Broadclotha, Shawls and Scarfs,
8 mill'd and common 4 6-4 printed Shawls,
Ca'fi'meres, 2 6-4,7-4, S-1 elegant
7 Plaius, alTorted, Vigoia Imitation do ;
2 Coatings, 1 -- 7-4, 8-4 elegant filk
2 Devrrnhire Kerfeys, Imitation Shawls, fr.
10 Flannels, 5 to 30 dols. each,
6 Imperial Cords, 2 rich ImitationDreffes
2 Peliffe Flannels, 2 figr'dSarfncts & Satins
3 Bombazetts, 1 rich gold pelide lace,
4 Wildbhores, o Cords and Girdles,
2 -Raltinets& Shalloons 2 cotton Laces,
1 Duffils, '2 lac'd Veils, Caps,
6 Rofe Blankets, HdkfsTipets&Tuckers
5 Rug Blankets, 5 elegant fancyMullins,
1 Mole Skifs, 1 -Thread Lace,
I Ratteens, 1 black filk [Lace,
4 fup. Hunters Cloths, 1 lace tan-b'd Sleeves,
4 Tartan Plaids, 2 fancy filk Hdk'fs
7 Fancy VeliHngs, 2 ladies' habit Gloves,
3 dark mixt Satinets, all colors,'
2 printed Bombazets, I company beft Longee
35 cafes common and Hdkfs.
fiuperfine Calicoes, 14 check Gingham,
9 fup. Velvets & Cords, 2 Bengal ftripe do.
1 Tabby Velvets, 2 Hair Cord,
I 6-4 cambric Dimities, I Englilh lilk Bandan-
1 3-4 do do; nas,
4 worll-d Hole affort'd 3 FPlicat Hdkfs.
2 white Cambric, 1 Madras Hdkfs.
2 Fancy Buttons, 16 4-4 Irifh Linens,
2 colored Cambric, 2 cotton Shirtings,
5 Silk and cotton 1 Ribbands, afforted.
Ginghams.
Which they offer for fale, by the package or
piece, ent reasonable terms. (Sin) O&i. I

R.G. Shaw,
No. 3, Kilby-fireet,
H AS received a few packages of GOODS, on
configonment which will he opened and fold
in lots to fuit purchafers, at reduced prices, viz.
Elegant Scotch Trimmings, Cambric Muf-
lins,veined do. flue yard wide Irifli Shetings, do.
I ilh Linens, 7- l Colcrain do.
4lh,. by tI' P"-:fg;,
Bales Plains, cafes beft London Pins, Trifh
cFleetings,4.4 and 7-- Irilh Linens,Srown do. bales
of Herring Nets and Caphn Scinos Liet.rise,
450 hoxes Window Glafs, in 50 feet boxe.g.
C.afli advanced on Goods configmaed ftr f.mle.
Nov v26 cptf

Bond f& Prcntifs,
tH.AVrI r,-civr,d pec Ships Kingfion, from '-,i..!..
H-- '.tl J ilc, from Ii v.:rpci-
G0 )pan'kages of 0GOO15i. wh-ich are ofTnred
Sfor Wa'e tsll c!dyI by pjicn <: rrJ, on goo d tera'.
[ Nov. I !.


)Notick
oHEcontilRoers Iappoi by the Hon..
W.M. HATHi, EftI. to recci and examine the
claims of the Creditiors to thm tse of
BENJAMIN C. Ct1E4d, Et).
late of R..sburv, ini lhe codtyb rfolk,deceafett, 6
reprelentedinfolventogiye I inoti that their three' c
remaining Meetings will be heilt Capt. Jefe Dy1
gett's Inn, in Laid. Roxbury, on tie laft Monday in t
thisand the two fIull .- .r. nio,tl., tr.'n a to t o'- i
clock P.M. fI)S. RUGGLLE,, r.Or r. t
Roxbury, Dec. 12, 1810. (d20) t

Notice.
" HE Subfcribers, having, been appointed by
[the Hon. Willijim Heatb Efq`q.idge of Prohite, n
for the Cou.ty f Norfolk, Com.niflioners to receive p
and exadnine the Claims of the Creditors to the Ef- f
rate of BELA BLANVHARD, I
late of Wevmottlh,jn faid CountyV eomao,d.'%eeafed,
teprefented -infolvent, hereby gi notice. that fix I
months are allov,,d to faid creAitors, to bring in and
prove their claims ; thlt they -will attend that fer-
vice, at the DOcljing-Houre of the Widow Railb
1lanctard, in IfWeymom..,. on the Irft Monday
of January necxFand on the firftTuefday o 'April
and May next, frort 2 to, 6 of the clock P.M. on
each of aid days, SETH HUNT, ) .
bAVID GLOYD, Comirj'.
Wrevmouth. Nov. 29,_1810. (do0)
NotlCe on John Plummcr'.t Eftate. '
Commonv.'ealth of Massachusetts
ST a Probate Coutt,holden in Bollon, in and for
AV the County of Suffolk, on Monday tlhe 17th
day of December, A. D. 1810.-Whereas, UEDEE
Cooit, jun. adminiflrator on the Eflate of
JOHN PLUMMER,
late of Bofton, merchant, deceased, inteftae, has
this day offered for allowance the account of Aubin t
& Cook, of whom the faid Adminiftra:or is one, he 1
is.dire&ed to give notice three weeks fucctlively
in the Boston Gazeette and Reperhry, newspapers pril-
ted in Bofton, that faid account will be paflnt upon t
At the Probate Offiec in faid Bofion, 1 G 'o'clock, n
A. M. when and where all perfons intereled may i
attend, if they fee fit. |
dec 20 T. D \WES, 7udge of Pretle.

Notice on Sally Mackie's Eftate.
'Commonwealth of Alassacbutettr.
At a 'Probate Court holden at Boflon, in :nd
for the County of Suffolk, on Monday, the 17th
day of Dbecmber, A. D. 18' 0.
HEREAS WiLLIras DoPn, Execttor, of the
laW Will aif Teflament of SALL\ MAeCKIE,
late of Boftor., in faid county, of Suffblk, Widow,
deceased, teftate, has this day offered for\llowance
his fourth account of hisExecutorfllip; he i ireded
t6 give public notice three weeks fucce fverin the "
ndeptendeoCt Chronicle, and BJrin Gaette, newiapers
printed in laid Bofton ; that f.id ac cunt ill be
paifed upon at the Probate Office in faid B fton,
on Monday, the 1ift day of Dece.mber inft. aA ten
o'clock, A. M. when and where all perfoansinreretlled
may attend, (if they fee fit).
Dec. 20). THOMAS DAWES, J. Prebate.
T o it is ierel)v giveTllat a the fubfcriber lias'
i"N becfnauy* pp'2onrIo Aidiriiltratot 4'r-bonis
non, with the Will annexed, to the Will it -
Rev. ABRAHAM WILLIAMS,
late of Barnftable, deceafed, and his taken, upon him-
fell that truft by giving bonds as tIe \l.w dirtits.-.
And all perfons having deanuhds 'ipon the Eftate of
the faid deceased, are required to exhibit the fame ;
and all perfons indebted to the faid Eftate are cal-
led upon to make payment to
THO'S. WILLIAMS, Adm't. d. b. n. c. t. a.
JDlton,Dve -20,1810.
OTICE is hereby given, tint the Subfcribers
have been duly appointed Adminiflrators of
the Eftate of WILLIAM COI.E,
late of DuorcJ er, in the county of Nor'folk, Yeo-.
man, decedafed ; and have taken upon themselves thatE
traIft by giving bonds as the Law directs. And all
perfons having demands upon the Eflate of faid de-
.ccafed,are reqitirfd to exhibit the fame: and. all
perfomns indebted to the faid eftite, are called uponl
to make payment to
ELLIOT G. VAUGHAN, d
LEMUEL WITHINGTON .d '," .
Dorclief ter,Dec 6,1810. (d 13)
OTICE is herrby given, that the lubfcriber
has been duly appointed Adminiftrator of the
Eflate of AARON DRAPER,
'late of RoxwMry, in the county of Nsrfall, reamab,
deceased, and has taken upon hinmfelf that cruft
by giving bonils, as the law directs. And all
perfons having demands upon theEitate of the faid
deceafed,are required toa exhibit thel fame; and all
persons indebted to the faid Eftate, are called upon
to'niake payment, to
THOMAS CODMAN, Adm'r.
Dec. 12, 1810.
Commonwealth of Maffachufeuts.
MIDDLESEX, SS.
To JOHN FROSt, the Second, Yeoman, of
Weft-Cambridge, in ihe county of Middlefex, Exe-
cutor of the ladt Will and Telameni of RICHnaRO
CLARK, late of Wraientown, ini the faid county,
Yeoman, deceafed, teflate, and to heirs at law,
legatees and- creditors of faid deceafed, and to all
others concerned in faid Etace,.
S' \ GRE1eTINQ.
W HEREAS the laid JoHN FansT, the Second,
Y has prefleted for allowance to the Hon.
JAMES PrescoTT, Efq. Judge of Probate of Wills,
and for granting letters of Adminiftration, in and
fur the faid county of Middlefex; the firfl account
of his adminilltraion upon faid Eflate, and alfo an
account of his claims against laid.ellate, as a creditor
thereof.
You are therefore hereby cited to appear before
the faid Judge, at a Court ot Probate to be holden ar
Cambri,/ge,in and for faid county of Middlefex. on
the second Tuefday of January next, to Ithow caufe,
(if aIV you have), eitherfor or agaihmt the fame.
And you, the above-named CJol, Fto I, the Second,
acc'rt.inglv are hereby Orur-dad, to lervc this Citation
by giving perfinal notice thereof to all pefrkins
concerned in faid Elate, living vithion ,x miles
from Laid Court, fourteen days, at ci<, previous
tlheretos ; and itotifying all others interrfted tlherein,
by caufing a true cop)' hereof to be inferted three
weeks fum'cellvely, in the public News-paper, cal-
led the In'lpcennt Chronicle, printed \in Bolon,:y
AoAMS, RIIOADES, and Co. the lull publication
to be at lefd four days before the Laid feo and
rtiefday of January ; and to make due return
hereoff with your doings threin unto 'he raid
court.
Whnefs, thelfild JAM .rP'tPEcC rOT. Efq. Jh'de rf
Probate afmrel.lid. ii. dcr [.is, Se.al afitial, at .'atn.
bridge t1me fLveitr-tmhI d mm tf J.l ,narv. in >ie \c:ei
of oir Lord oie tlhi,,!and "cight hutied/n. and Iei.


POLITICAL MISCELLANY.
277 ~J"-'_i- :-- ---TU. 7 -' ._- % g
'['H; DIPLOMAIn.:2 CORRESPONDENCE..
The docuetiets coinmtini'-ated by the Preli-
lent to Conigiefr, are indicativeof the grountd- c
iur "government lias taken on several very inter-
etting points.
FIRST-It appears that no negociation will '
ake place with Great Britaio until rcpal il 'n i
made for the attack on the Chefapeake. In j1
his determination the admnini.ration'will cer- I
ainly be fupported by every American whofe, t
Ripport can confer hunor on the supported, let r
nim be dal!ed republican, federal, or quid. ,
SECONiD-WCe ;a.e politivclyalffured, unlefsa
minister, with full powers, is Lent froion Great
Britain to the United States,that Mr. Pinknev's
fuindions at the court of St. James' will ceafe.
In this ouiradminiftration has Ihewn a proper
regard to its own dignity, and manifelled- a t
laudable determination to support its decision 1
if the eafl Copenhagen Juc foe, whole real t
hey dematuied and obtained, fur l is indeco-.
rous and inflating behaviour.
THIRD--We discover that, for ten oT'twelve 1
years paft, the government of the 7U. States,
whether admninihtered by federalifts or ripubii-
cans, has constantly remonftrated and propelled
against the Britiih paper blockade ; and oiiifrm.
y maintained, as well iti theoimyas in pradice,
that a port cannot be legally blockaded unlefs
adually inveftc.l with a Iufnicient force to ren-
der it dangerous to enter it, agreeably to the ac-
cepted laws of nations, as acknowledged by G.
Britain herself in many of her treaties.
Fou Rt-h-The edfts kniowi by the name of 1
'orders in council" form but a mall part of
our ca:,fes of complaint" against Britain, and
'heir repeal will not be confidered.as restoring
harmonybets'een the two nations; theblockades
above mentioned bcinK equally exceptionable ;
and, in fat&. having difference chiefly in naie,
their principle and effECt being equally repug-
rant to us as an independent people, and injn-
tious to our commerce. Some of the official
letters on tliheI' fubjeds are admirably written,
and the whole of therm deferve an' attentive pe-
rulhal. Even thof* who are tired of cvo!ris,
words( wordss" may find much to admire in'l
them ; and all reap a rich harvest of inli'ruc-
tion, in the nature and principles of national
law, by a careful examination of them. It is
itifortunate, however, that whether contending
with Hammond, Genet, or Roi, Great Britain
or France, thoug!ih we have always had the belt
of the argument, they have isnae the mo/I by it.
Nt\'ertlielefs a fatisfaf iari, not to be pu-chafed
with the wealth of the Indies, minu:t refult to
US from it. We have done what is right, and
will, (in ohrdierce to the pionu advice of a vein-
erable fricied) truft the iffue to God.
S "[Balt. Ev. Pfl..

BLOCKADES&
The following extraicta frhm the Loftdoft
Courier andTi mes.leading minifterial prints,are
a:ddecrlveaud fuflicient reply to the arguments
of rhofe w-ho atteip-to'16 expIhdi a.aL--
knowledgements by the Britifh government i'n
'-TIo4 of the true definition of blockade. Com-
ing fr onaflbh a quarter, thefe,extrad& may be
considered as the language of the Btiti/h gov-
ernineni. It will he perceived that tlley unqual-
ifiedly relign pretenlimeis which their advocates
in this country are efcliioufly voltimteering to
lXpport for them.
'He (l'-onapatfe,) neither had, nor hais, nor
wetru.tl, ever will have the means of t'nes'ting
any Britilih p',rt5 whatever, fn that it cannot be
approached without danger, which is the firif
and true definition of a legal blockade, to which
neutrals ought to be conltrained tofubmit, and,
to which. wyapprehend, Great Britain has now
no objection to RETURN,ltace,the Berlin decree,
Which forced her to Overlook thofe definite
bounds, is rescinded.
Return to what ? Why to tb: true dejSniticn of
blockade, (al'ual investment,) which'it is expli-
citly declared filhe had overlooked, fince the Ber-
lin decree. And fii;ce the Beilin decree only ?
What was the proclaimed blockade of the whole
count front Elbe to Breit; in May. 1806os ? What
was the block.ide of the coaft from Oftend to-
wards Breft, averred in the fame order of couin-
cil, to be already (that is, prior to the 16th o
May,) in exifience .? The acknowledgemett of
having difitgarded the' true definition of block.
ades' in ihe,'a'ts fubfequer,.t toNovember l,06,
the daitet!W eBerlin decree, applies equally to
thle ads "hi'cll gave life to thit decree. But
our purp-6fe was to (hew that Great Britain her.
felf does not attempt to defend her vialatijns
of our rights by any oilier rule than .that of
power, ur, as fle has mifiiamed it nreqty. Lif.
ten fill further to the Conurier;
We cannot have before every port in Eu-
rope a fufticient naval force to keep it in ftriat
and atlual blockade) but we have the preponder-
ance on the ocean ; and we adopt a fyltein ot re-
p ifal and retaliation founded on the firiceft
jullice."
Every word of this extract is worthy atten-
tion. It is again acknowledged that they can-
not (motr merely that they do not) actually en-
force their nominal blockades. But it feems
they have the preponderance on the ocean !--
T his is the mailer argument, brought in as con-
clutive in favor of doing what is not denied to
be a viol..ipn of our rights. But all this is flp-
pi)ited only on a pretended retaliation of the
French decrees. Even this pretence no longer
exillU. By the fiirt extract we fee that they do
not. like fime of our purblind editors, affect to
doubt that which is too obvious to be denied.
I'hey confiJered the decrees repealed in Auguft.



a pzrifevera lice in i uhem.
Buitr,' tays the London editor in a querulous
tone-' Boluaparte makes ufe of his preponder-
.aice over the bunopean powers to exclude us."
Well; antd because the municipal decrees of
the Emuopean powers exclude Britifhl veffels &
mnanufastt es, are we to suffer ? If Englasd has
in facl any riglt to refent fIch an exclurtion, in
the name of comnmion feLnfe, let her revenge her-
felf ot her antagoniit, and not on us. Let her
not, feeling 'power and forgetting right, wreak
the vengeance, due to one whom Che cannot iin-
Jlure, ot the firlt ilc na,-cta.
vy the ab-tve extiiadt. foun prints known to
fpeaik 1he Iteguage if thle Britilh miiifitry, it
tili be perei-iv.d that it is acknowledged.
I. I lhai ;o miiin iavctuimt-nt uni- caz conflitunte
;i Ic .lla e.. i .


'2, That the' l'gal definition has been difre-
garded.
That- thim'dirregard is, only tIo bejunified
in the pietenfce of retaliation vofthe Lernin de-
ree.
4. That tlhe Berlin decree is rescinded.
I. f dlews- that-the ilikgal blockades, under
whatever name, Whethert orders i.. council or i
)roclamatinns, will e- fie, beingg le0t witllout
nill lor,; or IAt ihi rtir -xrllence. ifptnloiL-
e. can only r, a.ri-ib teIl t'r n i no-ic.nle ha-
red tt us and rude contempt: of our neutral
igtts.--Nat. Intel. :-

ACCOUNT OP TI.E REVOLUTION IN
WEsr :j.0:;11..
From the .rt'ta Chronicle, of ',v,. S.
As fomne of our neighboring editors have ek-
Ireffed their ignorance of what led to th-revo-
ntiom in Wefl Floridt, and as itach mif'rerore-
fcntaaion is afloat, we fec-I it a ddtv we owe .tr
:onntry, as well a. the people tif Florida, to
give a f'uccint-accotlnt of what led to the *'1-
ution;and what will be its prr, ahle iMfoue. In
doing thip,we lihall be guided by fadti, comnitg
within oti knowledge, (lihe editor)ihavingbL-.;
lierni.tily in Florida, fince the firft inbvemenl)
and from infbrmntion derived from atulhetl.
f..urces.
Ever finer tha commencement of the difitc'-.
tles in which the mother country has beeno in.-
volved, little or no attention hlias been paid ton
Florida. The officers have not lbecu paid by
he government ; and to make up thicfe deficits,
they have fleeced the. oeqple. The great both
of the population of WeRl Florida, having m.'.
grat.rl from thbUItiied States, tlie government
did not fuit the genius of the people. But fi
defirous were they to evince their loyalty, that
fi, lonk as there was the finiblance ofjuftice left,
f7 long, were they faithfisl tb their legitimate
foyereign.
. A regulation had been adoptelJ by the officers
preTfitdiig over Florida; for the admilfion of em-
igrants. This regulatiah operated to tlhe-ex
eltlion of men of probity and fortune. whilft
the worthlefs vagahond found a ready ifylum.
Co'itlption in ev&ry department of the proviii.
cial government lrxd grown to fo alarming a
hleight. as to be n6 longer tolerated. The cffi-
cer filndiig from the embarraffed condition of
the mother country, that he could not be ar.
raigned before a tr jbnal competent to punifb
him for his mifcondudl, gave a loofe to his pro-
pen'fities-the Spanifh law was loft fight of, and
only the Ihadow ofc Sntanifi governmental exift-
ed. -The avenves to jl.qice were; cliofed, and
bore a civil officer,- o!d decided quellion o't
right and Wvrong,. IThe dlfolute part of t hi.-
community who had evry thing to gain and
nothing to lofe by a revolution, 'diTcovered a de-
fire to rule. A fonrioui conftiluti.)n was circu-.
lafed through the province, and eve y thing had -
the nappearaice of approaching anarchy and
plunder.
.Thugf a emnts gave the alarm to men of
- cnarouder ad p" er i-xrlc ffei-tlt5 .--
requifite to adopt meafitres to difappoint the
lawlerf revoltitionift. Governor Dalalrus ws.
applied t6 for perminlion to have an election by
the people, of delegates, to meet in convezntio.,'
to deliberate on thle extraordinary late of th'-
provhice, and to adopt fucih mealures as t6
them might feem proper, for promoting ;e
profpemtity of the country. Every thing wi.S
done in the name of Ftrdbinand tile 7th-t:,
ac.-t of thie convention are before the ,public,
and they can' judge of their merits. Let it >-;
remembered. that the clctionn and tmeetihg. -f
the convention were fanctioned by the Gover.
nor, theh" acls were fiib.nitted to, and ratiti.i.
by him, before they were declared to have the
validity of law-fuclh was ihe confidence the
convention re-pofed in Governor Delaffuli, ththa
.they beftoved on hihit the higheft appointment
in their gifr, presidentt of the fnivreme court)
with a falary of three tloufand dollars per
year. When they were about to adjourn, ilth
convention gave the Governor a fpleodid diln.
teW, which was confideied ai cielbratiig the
union between the representative ije the fuo.reig:.,
and the reprefen'tative of the p:op'c.
RiEgtlations being ellablilhed to preferve the
peace and trahltiility of tile country, and t.
enfoire a faithful ad.tliniftratio,, of jrillt-e, t!'e
codi-ention adjuninied acknowld;giug tlh:ii in-
dependence oii the aticient Spanilk monarchli,
and proud that their labors had terminated fL'i
the prefent, favorably to the public repofe.
This ple-ing calm was niotnentary_,-i%-
ernor Delaflius, who had approved with .'.
hand, was, at heart, an enemy to the proceeding,
of th convention. As foon therefore as the
convention adjourned, he Let his engines iin m c.
tion, not only to circumvent their proceedings,
but to feize and deport the members. Reports
were iind. flrioufly circulated,that Gov. Folch
was on his way from Penfacola, with five hnn-
dred men, to reduce the province to obedience
-the refugees and tries from the U. States,
paiTed through the fettleiients of Ptichfa, Tat,-
chipabo and Pearl river, poifoning the minds of
the people, and urging them to arm against tk,
convention-feveial bodies of men, to the a-
mount of 400, had actually aflembitd-anm ai-
tempt was made to feize one of the deputies -
another hb d to leave his refidence, and all wtie
threatened with the molt dreadful punifhmeitm.
In this dilemma, but one courfe remained for
the convention ; which was to take tl. govern-
ment into their own hands, declare independ-
ence, and call upon the nations of the earth to
acknowledge them as a free Rlate. The execu-
tion was as prompt as the thought- t e fot t u;f



Thus have we given as ficcnici a view of the
rife and progrefa of the revolution in WelI-Flor-
ida, up to the prefent lime, as is i ofliblc -t!he
queftion now is, how will it terniitate ? If the
wilhes of the people are met by our govert.
menit, we ca readily anfwer-b, becomigie an
integral part of the American union. But as we
prete:. d to io ktmnowledge of the policy of our
cabinet, we will fuppofe that government will
not receive them. Should lucli he bhecafe, we
are nlly '.erltsualed they will e(!ablifh a fepara e
repibli. which h thLy ha.ive iihe hylfital mean, of
Inppuiniii) aiid become our rivals in the cut-
toi tradeI. Th'li. ophimon is not vitionary-1 ia
tniiirt d il on a ptif.d, knowlh.dg'e of the txiem.t
and gLographir'.l po.tini of the c'"snt v, the
"or :u.t thlL il., o!i.d'tli .bharacler at3d g.uiu












of the people., And we venttreto predi, that On the arrival of the. MefTenger from W ndfo
Fitida wl 'l tt only be abtesto maintain her in- ycfterdlay with the above dispatch, we lean,that
dependence, but if driven to ext metires will Cablnit Couscil was iniantly held at the Sectetat
be e a.danigerous enemy tu the nitd of State's Office, and .va attended by t
St otes.. hi .j" Chancellor;the MitqttlisWVcl fl'yi thre Earl of Li
'Whilt onthisfhjec, wtcannt refrainsfrom erpot, M.~ al,'MrRy trod A .rk
iotei~ng tins 'ubhieati~in "of Psja~an, 'i the Ondie breakling'ap ef the'"Coutntilsa "WbfAf'reig
noticing anzette ofb t ts ti n ither was difpvtched co 'the E arl of Winchelfea,' t
trtGeVim ite of the.bet l i e' Groom of the Stold.' It is enfoditd that his 1',Lrd
aflfrted that tit.has b,,.i intint -prniate tinip is to come *t town for the ptrpofe of ifflinu
circles 1ii this 'ity, and publicly and pntitively the bulleksai i. Jame' s.
aftierted t lBatcn Rbitge, that the government of -
the United States had encouraged the .e.volu- Nov. g1.-W, have received, npofi aiithorit
tion which has lately takin place.i th~atcoun. which int common caes, we (houlrd entertain n
tryandlhat'ihey had flcretly promised their dsubt, a commercial decree of Bonaparte, of a mo
aid and proteati n-in the ef.ablifhment of an fingn.lar nature. The reaforaffigned for this de
independent govertlingit." 'Than this aflertion cree is. that -hoin Englifhr goods had' heen fmuggle
ofPiza rri, aone more erroneous was never itter- into Nienport, by' iding' them leiween the plank
ed. Whatever may have been 1ifi-nuased" in of a (hip, the Captaji of which svas fent to Pari
New-.Or!eats. it never wys aflet ted in Baton- The following is the fubftance of the ecree:
itotge," di elfewherv in Florida, that the "U- PARIan,. o 19.
niled State' had' encouraged1'the .revolution," Art.; All merchandizes; of whatever" defcriP
or secretly promifcd theiraisd and protelion." tinn, the produce nof the Englifh imaniufaa&oie
The convention aid people' 'of Florida, well which are at prefect in France;.or in' any coiuntr
kne-v that the executive government auo-:d not (without exception) where Fregch troops are:fatiot
pro)nmfe, 'a th could not extend their aid confli- ed, fihall be publicly burnt. .
Stntional/y, in te eftabiiflhmenit' of an indepenld. Art., 2. There fhall very where be eflablihe,
Sent goveinmen t ment in lorida--h nd they even were efpecial Courts of Judicature to detect Smniggler
doubtful, whether congress "wn!d loo eon their and, prfons'concerned in' illicit traffic ; ind to in
Movement awith4 a friendly ewI)e.fli piuniffent by imprifonrment, for: term no
Thove itica defence the binet bPiz- left than three hors'more than tenet years;.
The Jefitical defence. theisabinetbyi. n addition to the above articles, tihee is another
rro, induces is t believe that heis alike im which fpecifies the punifliment .In the merchant,o
ical to the Unilted States and'the change in Wefl smuggler, viz. to. be branded.on the forehead witi
lorida, becanfe they are republican-and it ap the letters V D. "
pears to us that he muf bhe foLe fiurcd En- ...
Sgliflh'man, .6r di'atopOinted. Spaniard, who is The headquarters o' the French army in Ger
worthy the name he has lelecred. many have been transferred to Hamburghi.
"" Mr. Alexander M'Rea, late Lieut. Governor o
SNA*rCtir.z, Nov. 19.--By a gentleman from Well- the State.of Virginia, has jiut arrived at Paris, in
Florida,'we learn that.ari cle&ion under he onei'Cin- qtuatlita of 'Conlial and Commifl'ry of Prizes. H
flitutitii, was held 6r'th I O:h infl.. Our'inforinant. |,iccees Mr. D. F. Warden, wholiad beenappnint
only heard'trdmno New-Felicialsa, where the following ed oty provifionally. .
gentlemen, wer eleed .
-Senatopr-John Rhea. Meeftingof Parliawent.
ReprefentativesJohn H.-Johnfon, William Bar- A fingflar circuiftane ,icfulting from a telan
row, Lewellyn C. Griffith, ahd Jbhn Scott. choy caufe, took' pli:'dyeffetrday-the unexpected
Friday laft fir gun-beats under the command of meeting of Parliariment;after it had been prorogued
Loetlt.Dexter. having on bard there' comp-nies of" by"prclam" tio' "ih ie Gtzete ; in confequerce o
the-feeond'regimentofinfantry, commandecUby. Col., t,,. n,, ,n liy through indifpitioin,'ogive-ef
Cuhing failed for Port Stoddatt. f .'- el r' iat nProclafos tiut, by hflixing the fign Man.
'. : l to a 'e6ytniffion of Petes, deil(pwering their
The f.llowin is as extract of.a-lette-fro1 a, performance f'nf,. iheformalities ,of prorogation, inn
refpedable gentemainl'at Fort Stoddert( .M.T-' his Majiefy's'Royal, Name.,
,. .ltn.J Nov. 12,18IO. ,. ., HOTUSE OF LORDS,
"'Theaccour't ofPFenicla'lbeing In the t eof- ,Nov'. ".Their. 1.rdfliips met, f'om' twenty to
feffion of~th6eBritith is frtife. 'Shoild EnglInd 'thirty'n number-, about half pat ffh o'clock. IPray.
be difpofed to take priflfliron of thit pl1aCe' aid ersihavitng been read as uftal,
of-Mobile, this is doubtlefs the period at hih. IThe l.ord rh.ance'lor, at four o'clock, rofe,and in
fitch alieb feems moft probable--.it to- be' a very irr,ri.rei-e manner obTerved,that their Lord-
apprehended., .-The Batot Rouge'-lioridian at- fhips ,ere Tet together purfuant t9 the regular uo-
iny i faid to beno1n ifteentrch t take thefe pla- -tiftatinea for the Ifl of November, which floated,
ces .- Ci. Keimper and fome. otlhr .chief, of that his, Majety would appoint a Commiltion in the
.his Inew ar y, ar.e nowIn" the -icinity-of the ufual manner. But it waswith the.xleepeft concern
fort, arffci.ing ith fuch of our citizens, as af- and'regret that he fund himself under the neccfi-
fords .iuch g -ound to apprehend .at thereis ty of ihforimg their Lordfhips, that fich was, at
fpos much-onga toaharlIfed, ,, ,-.. -av a reent,'the late of thle "perfiLal oindifpoftiuon of
fonoethingwr'ng amansgft'them-. f'wenav, ; -, .
awith .,rng ahen A n t.ban. I ie .In.. Ms. jefly, that hi had not thought ithtis duty un-
war with England, Pe c nd bder the e rrtumtances' to 'proffer to his Sovereign a
'be ours, or New-Orleans will fll.. At n place Ommilfion to receive the ign Mariua. This per-
could the etiemy find fo cdtverient a renidez- f.,tal ndifpofition of his Majeflywas created.lisyihe
Vous for his veifels, from -which to annoy New- 'preffire of that domestic afnictoin (in. which every
'Oleans, as Penfacola :.and the cattle-and hogs noble Lord mut fymrpathlie) upon his Majefty's pa-
and corn of this country, and the Creek and ternal feelings. Blut he was hpp'y o iy, that'there.
Chotdaw. nitioQs; and th favagei of thefe na- 'were lIrong hopes of his MajafIy's recoverisig from
'tions, Who love the Englifh, would .contribute that indifpofition. In this litate of things he had
,sJot aililticl own aidbth fupp6rtpfffuh arendez- considered what was'isi line.r ;fdifty, with refpect
Vtaus."-N. Int. to carrying into effedft the notification tf the meet-
.-' ingof Parliament. Whether his putting, winis6ut
.xtra sf a ldtelr fr n. a gnidiman in the ijtAffpi the Sign Manual,.the. great feal to (ruch a Commnnif-
S TerJitay, daed qi;ffon Port, Ns, 13, 1810. .. fin would or would 'niot be coilfidered as ftri.lly
."i tave juft time before the departuree of the mail I.gal, was a queflion upw which he fhoukl-not .eln
to- nfaoro youof my arrival herethough it was a-t- te and therefore would not trouble their Lord-
.d-v'..,..-. r4 --n-""* "''" -itt+fpi-'pBtfsm 5r.trA. l'ie flhiw .orho*y fay.that
iia t with the'Chi taw, Indians. On.ithe 7th intl. under all the circunmflances, he did tnot think itrad-
four of the abnve ationi well armed attacked two viable for him f -. ido. Much as he laniencTr-fheI
of us where we were lodged, ad-.beat us very forely, circumftancea under which their Lordthips then atf-
i aid tore every.rag ofcloathing from my body, then fembled,he rmufleave it to their wifrdomn to adopt
carried us prifrers about forl miless where we re- fuch abode as appeared mof convenient and prop-
maisned till rporniig before we were liberated. I/fhall er for an occaflon of fo much importance. -
Smynegixt e you acircumflantial account of the TheEtarl of Liverpool. rote, and after dwelling
a.,ray. ". brief on theh lamented fituatin'of. thie health of hIis
Majefty, caused, as it 'had been truly'lated'y the
The M2'iile lies ten leagues well of the Perdido, Noble Lord on the woplfack,by a 'ferious arnd fe-
'and confequlently to far widtin the United States line. vere dpmetLio calamity, lated, that there was ef &ry
If, thenas it is reported. gen. Thomat, with the con- reason to hope, from the opinions of the Phyficians
ventioa troops, take1pofleffei on of this territory,'tey who attended the Royal person, for a speedy recov-
will be attacked by the Americn ariy ;.andoi if tre- cry from the illiefs under which his Majefty at pref-
fiftance to ourt troops is thade by the iahabitaats of ent suffered. Uporn a view of the ciri'eumfances,
the two'FIoidas generally, the American cpmman- his Lordfhip felt it to be hi, duty, ad le believed
der will be juftiffed in ticking pofelffion of the whole he felt in tr.t,andl learing'it quieilv tender ourowh govern- their Lordflip' ,do adjourn. At the-fame time, he
ient-a result, a e preui.- ardently'defGre by all wified that the adjournment should take place for
Se diTferet i-, eccping. pe'rhaps,'the ioyal.' the hortel pffible term ; which wasone fortnight.
its I v ihr t a s to hre -.untry,-wih i BtiBfl af. He should therefore move, that the Houfe, at its
fi dance, 1. r lhnie Sini h kuig)' concerned -in the rifnng, fl'rld adjourn till Thurfdray the 15th Nov.
welfareof the provinces er f the United States. Lord Holland faid, that he role to fay but a few
Columli,. words; 'not for trl ptlrpofe of, making any oppofi.
tion whatever to the prefent motion, in which he
K hx"ille, N ....-' We have '.c- nerfed with a onfidcred unaniniity desirable, but to express his
gentmtan .from:.thQ garrifon in .Madilroncti 'c y, aclquefcence and agreement with the motion of the
whIo iorms that orders'had ..been ifned- i .col: Noble Lord. oppofite.-(er!/ Hear ?) He la-.
Smith, of the rifle corps, to the settlers on tIe.In. mented as.mruch aiary Noble Lord the caufe of tihe
dian lands, parniculary thofe n.thie track common- prefe.it motion; to which he gave I s entire affent.
ly c llrd Dou.lslnea1.' reserve, requiring thenmto re, Had.this been a cafe on which a precedent was to'
inve. befe e .i -"en day in Novcmber. The. cojo- hbe .founded,he should certainly -haw referred a
hel accompanied his ridets b .atf addlefa, in which adjournment de de in dit; but the pentmotion"
Le points cut tfie -proptiety Of ohbdience and the beine founded upon a parliamentary precedent, he
difagr-eable' '- tcr that would follow refifl- 'lonld'offqr nio further remarks on that ftbjet.-
ance. Thrpeore refid.ng' on tle referee, in their United as- the Noble Lord's motion, was with his
anfer .to the peopl.erefd on tls, romife a cotmpi- other intended motions for the lummoning of their
-ance'with hi orders ard, feelingly defcrie heir dfit- Iordflipsa fortnight hence, and with a letter from.
v -tior -t..d ie difficulties they mf enc..nter in. the Lord Chancellor, flying the expectation of 'the
th..;r removal froit thewant of wn goen, boat', &c. endance of every Noble Lord inhlis place, on.
'threy te-t.e e"itire lof f their crops, and the lele grounds he entirely agreed with the motion.:
want Ot flenraice f"r'their families 1i enfu.if The Lord Chancellor then put the queflion on
their rembvl rakes place at the time appointed, anad the farl'6f Liverpool's motion for the adjournment,'
pray all the indulgence the colonel had.power to which was carried, nem, di.
Grant. Our information adds, 'that the time was 'tIhe Earl of Liverpool then rofe and moved that
prolonged till Ltie day in' January text. the Lords be famamoned for Thurfday, the 15th of
S_ .... ".' ,- -, .... --. _November-Agreed tonem. dis
_-.. .... The-Eatl of Liverpool roLe again, and moved,
3intirftI ii' -Foritlf 3tttelligntf.. -that the Lord Chasseellor be directed to write a -
~-- ."-- ,--. letter to every Noble Lord, informing him that the
-. I LT ST iOM LONDON. Houfe of Lords exp'efted his Lordlhip's attendance
On Funayeveuing .arriYedat Ne'W-York, tnhe fhip onThurfday the 1lIah of NOv.-Agrced'to nem.die..
Ceres, Ca.pt. M, chalI. fro,mLondon,' Te Each of Liverpool then moved, that their
Capt. has furnijihed the Editors of thIe Mercan- Lordfhips ftlould adjourn till November the 15th-
tile.'vertiler awith a file of London papers to Agreedto ons., di:.. .. "
the.-lof Noverrbr'incluft-ve, 2 days later than The'Hdxife adjourned at half paft four.
hitherto received Th e Hoife pf Commons adopted the'refolntion
The foilorviig extraris aie all that the papers con. of tlhe Houfe of Lords, to adjourn to the 15th of.
traindf aiy im portans e',' ... :. .. '
LotioN,. Nnv. i.-A' Heigolhra ial. arrived 9atioattl ELfilattitr
yefiterday,'witl Hari'rrgh papers aid letters to Jihe ELrNF-rsn Co0reiLss:*;:.::::.::: THIR SaxtssIo.
Sifl ult,;'Ai n- artitte from Vienna statess, that a "' "--
Convention has bhccn concluded hetweei thie Coui'ts IN SENATE.
'of P1'aris and Viehir;a ; one condition of which is, Monar,nDiee.7. -ThePrefidlentcommunicated
that Aufltria thflallinder certain circuinnfances;fur- two reports ofthe Secretarr of the Navyptn thefub-.
nifl France witfrit0,000 trop: ,' jeft of tranfertd approfrlations ; and on the late and'
Accc'unts wvere yfterday received" from Gotten- difpofition of tlie armed've/ds aind gun boats.- Mr.-
burgh of" the'artiv-al of lernadutte in Sweden. He Lloyd took his feat this day.
landed on the afternoon of the '20th, at Helfin- .---"-.. .
burgh, having pafl'ed over from Zealand, as it is TESDAT, Dec. 'lS.--Mr..Giles reported a bill de-
raiher ur.atnphanrlyantourced, irt fight of- a Erit- daring thiel.aws of t'he Territory of. Orleans' to"'ex.
ilh fleet of 500 fait.f- different defcriptions, tendto and have 'full force he IteRiver 'Per,'didel, 'ftr-
T/.i". King's ea/th. -' fuant to thie Paris treaty of 1803. .
The laift oli.i'il accountt ofthe melancholy late .
of I;- .Li'", hchilhi was reeei et in London at WEDNrsNAy, Dec. 19.-The Weft-Florida bill,
above o'clock-ycflcrday, and i, a, ullow : -. .was :ead a second time, and poflponed,. .
The t k.ins f a~ paffWe'd a reftlefslight, biht.l.is Maj- Mr.'Dananmoved for the appointrien't of a Coin-.
' efl''sfev,. is notiincreafed. .* .. mittee to report on'the expediency ul' fLrveyinn-thce
'1 'lie Binl" cl ef Nov. 1. favy,'"His IMaieflry- has Lakes and waters on the northern'confifes of tihe'U.


afd a~er.i iglit ad is muchf te lamue to-day S.to enire thefafety of commei cc threeun.a Laid
as veerd. on the tala. Adjourned


.r -".1OUSE ^. P .'1ATAT IVE V jrlridtA Cohlambia;reperted abillfor atsA fiii- zena' and carries them into captivity, we rf
... Mo AY "'-', i'-On.-i f'rr. Poyd.ra ..' corporation for the Bkink the Cit~yofY~Algton,,piratand.it'cpaotni.t.. In thief ca te, however .
y te ne or of.'Jele relate ur r.the e~i ory.of lead I d ridirtime,"cnm.iottc. i ti.te 1-4. tihlunh.apy captivef have furrm:eopeof be
Or. ra be admip ed A, a are-in the un- the whole helfr, and .made the order .te tlhe dy f ,or., ig ed*emed, arid relnred once more'tdtibcrr
'" .io., ass erre'to .a ummit:ee if.v. n ef c Ma.,dhn rifa day next. h ry and thejr native country. r-Ti inter.rencd
Le : < ..., r, feeIVt'd f'r0i *he Sect a'lt-y".O' nn. .i tlr MrMacon tile ni,, rt ,rf '1e t.-.- of the gnvcrnnlehfellt'vZ neral rove ,w fu'v-4 N4 sftl
, rv of rthe Tieu CLu ,I'he mait.uint'fttand,. ,,,ri a 'mntnee ofthe..,, h.,ul..u w,, ,r I ,ir pruuring thitr releafe. But giltia) rsth
e Irat rckson niiegoo-impute ij r4n.ade epirred thee Unr ot i't reli ruh r. it.jt '.tni, rofed to thrn cl.i'fads .ho are captured an
- fnom =r U d t.esfao the crb- 18srod ei..d ...totheCn t ..owofi -U. t b confined in Britith ,flhips of war. IHurried fioi
-" ".*,,-.- .. lMr. Cuntt in the rnar. ---L r nRhea. of Tb. o- i nw.
g lHCO. :r ,t .i .c -x ld afy yenb onf Re Rfation to another, and continually chaitg.
O "'nmutirn -Mr.r '.row, jen to that part whch exclue .n acea bec sainft inpati lfo
*2ml, Tihat ihe nommd er of public 1rnA he, Cdner.nfsom any rv"l "-ntpent d .,ithem to tranfmit reprefe.ntatius of. their grieve.
y infliruced to-cengder and .rp,,rr on riheexpedency Prefdetial termunder neto their o r t, or the latter to'
10 of making proviflons by law for laying our and mi- proptfed an ,cndmie t accordingly aco telwhere the e to befound en'tr-ito
I kingthe two roads provd"d ior by a treaty c cliz- ohferved to the committee toahe t ._, ms tell where thy aie'to..be'.und hent- ir- -
f kingthe two r.ad~ prondd r by a treaty oncl.- ofthe.cefoltoin were noas precife andconnrehen. ati6n is made known. Thus. the unfortunate
Sded at Bown's th five as wasdelirable 5 moved that's tlei,ilnitete fufferers -linger out a rftilerableexiften.ce, tfndeI
d er, 1808,iand.or i the:difpofa of tieg patld anbys, rife and report progfefi. whicwa a agreed. to, avflterh of deflpotic-injuftice.and 'oppreffion ut-
s fad, atyan thaitle t theo w h wltee repo ledt by thbill In the lufe'Mr Sheffey'moved-that the'dommit. paralleled in theinnatlof civilized nations..
s. faid treaty, and that the .omttttee report by ebior .t fthe. wholehoure'on'the (late'df the tJt.1t be uch has beeff faid rfpeiing.t.he enorni .
M. e w"e .. f .id.. ,t -';.:'t .,tht direlarged from the further confederatinn',f t0he tiesaof the war arid of;a reftlrinK fitate f-halr
r, thelaft felion'd iorestreportlhad been made resolution, which was. carried. Mr Sheffey thea barifm in continental Europe. On te .r fib.
Sat byth. e navy committee. o h fe .o Ca ay moved that the'.relfolhtion b referred to a fled s jes none are ro loud and vociferouaias-the.ad-
~ .ital, hic report ehad n een abded uon Thisy committ .,that they m ght examine the phrafeology vocates 'of Britain in. every part-Iof the ,be.
Sfubedt, Mr.'-. faii, he did then and now believe to of it, and report one in fauth terms as would meet Thefe cruelties and outrage o6f. their i gos -
be one of the great imp ortaune to 'the United the miRes of the houfe-carried. ernment, however,,they wilh tb"cuver wiih the
d States, and which ought to claim the feriorus atten- Several petitions were readantr,refefred--not i,. mantle of obliiron. But car.: they in a ,.F.u-
s, tion of con'efi. To bring ithagaiat before them, he teteffing to the' pul-ic gtu eraffT ..L\-t'rned. rope, or elsewhere, in any'half-civilfied ctmn-
i- moved to refer tie papers relating" tifle fiubjc&, io .-._~ _-- -... try, find a practice more comrt l tely barbarrou
t the committee on the aval eftabliniment.--Areed. ff TR L f andrfavagie than the. capt ure "arid ]deleior, r"t
YAZOO'ST1rTlE1sS. ,, -- 'i L -1 ou pir 'fearmen, tnder. the-milder term of inrit.t-
r, Mr. Troup faidit' would be recollec&ed that l;y., f ra ITs rIvo---L-J.SEI'rT ITS OBJECT.. onment. When nylpeciesif'menrchandi ze is
r the law of 1807, the'preldent was authorifed'Jto re- .- "''t--_ taken; it is carried intq port, and .the- legality-.
h. mnoveby force from tihe public landsperfon.aclaimn- 'IU'R3PAY, lyECIdMBER 27, illo0.* or iljcgality ofthe capture.is itivefigated be-
Sing under'any other titles than fudel a were derivedd fore an authorized theibunal; bture. inthecaptedrebe-
from the United States. He had nv doubt but this PA'OM THY EST' IN1DIvS. of our feamen, the rights and jiberties of free.
law had'lheen duly erecutfd; but Ii 'wa defiruons of C apt. Ss-rn, arrived' h're'lafftevening (Monday) men are treated as matters of.lefs ifhportance
obtainipg all the information he could acquire on' f'oram artiniqie, wias &oarded in the Sambrero paf- than the right to a bale of goods r! Some Brit-.
f their foia ;aihd therdoremove d refol:tion to fage on the !d Dec. by a copper-bottomedt French' if lieutenant, or other oetty officer of a pica-
Sthe folloinTat the fecretary:f'thl treaftuvy'be di- national brig, of IS guns, diredTrfniam Nintz, who roon,'or veffel of war, isthe abfoluteand ddef-
- eted to lay before, e this hoe fe any inf th ration he detained them only a few minutea;'and put on boaro potic judge, whofe fenten'rceeonligns the unf n--
ma hed to lay before thfe ttlennt, oinfrrai to law, three Spanifli feanmes, whom they had taken'from funate .vir&ims to the floating baftiles of their
may have touching ands in the nt, contrary to lawby a Spani(h fchooner ladenr with 1kili, and captuMed navy, many of them never again to breathe th'e
whom, the pubic lands m the Mitlppandwhatmeaoy; by on her paifage from Cadiz to the Havana. The free air of our country. Thus the faced tilY-
whom hadt what perods andremovefh intruders on the Frekichoman had alfo put on board the brig Eliz'a, erties of our citizens are fported with, and tld'e
Public haeen taken to removebound toGeorgetown, three more Spaniards-and' choiceft bleffings bestowed on man by his Ma--
Mr.ublicRhe landed to f th r t more gen didn't pretenl to mileft American vef'els, allboitgS 'ker, are condemned'and defpifed. The'l'ubjet
S Mr. Rhea wited to fee the reflution more gen- Sa it ii is power, cGpt.S fys, to'carpture or' is too- painful' to dwell upon. It i time uuir
f eral in its application, and therefore Roved to Irike t n a d .--Repertory, Tucday laft government tourd .make a determined au' .
out the words",in the MirFllippi territory?' He .nRprtoryTudylaft. government fbotdmike' a etrmi tLI
could not ee any reafon why this territory alone Notwithntianding the reiterated affertions .o againftthisegregius iniplity and abu'e.
r should be included, federalifm that France will not adhere to the ---. --' '. -
'MA- tlhea'snbotion to (rike out the words" in the repeal of her decrees. and that fe has not given- f'ANKIS AND' COLLEGES., .
,Mifftluppi teiritory,"was negative, 50-tcr45 ;and the neceffary infArntaions to l0he revenue-an t isfufpeaed'that the federaliftsvwilend a'
the retblutrio then paifed without oppofi;ion. naval officers," here is a proof oF her fincei ity, vr to .prevent a dtcifiorno 'the BArts OF T- f n
.' THIRD CENSUS. and that fuch orders have beerf given. We V ST e ,y n a d tediour debate, wvith.k
The HFiire refused the confideratiorn of the bill firmly.believe that France will adhere-to the e. a vTATewofS b)igihg tla e government to. adopt
appoirtiynr the reprefeatatives accordingM to the tinguilfment of .her decrees,n'po.n thcjteims t' fomer'yvietew herebv "te rf-'hit Ba-.vernme ,tay i.
third envin'-ttrion. : which ffie-has agreed &c namely, that Englandf .eytilued i. ,eraion trl tf.e next meeting of'
Mr. trurges moved to poftpone the ball indei- nall abandon her orders aid blockades, o in ongre. u rinr this pn dtre Jxtlmeeting orgh
nitely.,-After debate, negatived-Yeas 55, rav G2. the eventofherreffaT thathe Nrntercotre of the Esglith and fedisra party may cor-
Mr Pitkin moved to o.poftpone it till the second fha.llbe revhied again her. But the pretend. bined to ef e& the pnrp, aee pf a renewa, enfrbrnr
Monday in February. ed fiars.of fideralifm should chance to be reat Charter. the federal papers are elhfer filet,
Aft'er'three hours debate, the latter motion pre- ized, and Frahice,:ilfe G. Britain, f'tould prove on this fi hjel r-knowing, ithst fcr .t ma..
vailcd-Yeas 66, nays 51I .treacherous, andk"' difrvoqu" her arrangements, ouire s bytlub nk- nre, and ,thiat,en, ct ,ar
Dc the the Ai'eric-Aisgov'e'rntmest vould"not. hefitate -I-vrer, "-rine' ]Ln., and jheat-prn, szher,
S TusDAY, Dec. 19.-Mr. Findley presented the eAmernhgo er ".t -oul there is a much greater probhbiliiy .riofucceed-
memprial o the Prefident anl Dire.d orsiofthe Bankto reI b rtto ae ft s t hit~.. g in tIheir measures, than by an pe dlifeul-.
ofay" the 4 r .itthc Bank a Wile aten .n.pen ntt..erue.io
of the Uied,States, praying a renewal of itschar- her, as will be take a it Brita- fion ofthequrlion. We hope the Republicaii
ter.-,-Refirred to.a afele committee cornpofed of the, We have no lidea, hoewer, b athi rtrac. 'in Congrefsrwill be aware of thepolic of'delay '.
follow f in,.gentlomen' Meffrs. Burwell,. indley, wi be faithful to promfe n at for if the federalifts Juceed in this plan, tley'
Southar Mithnill,.Fra.*!in, Butler, J, C. Chamlier. cafe, we believe the government ofthe United may finally aecmplifff their, purposes. i', o
la Chaherlain, Mofely N.R.Moore, Miller, States.willpurfuewih eerghe courfe which tone will be left unturid to carir ta..poit.
Morrow,Jackfon, Gannet and Poin tfo clearly presents ritfelf, ai which is fo ardently Ou i eie6fions in the State governments
dcxtf. 'called for by a free and Tndependent people, I-.... t d n. B k. "noBank. Every
S GaN.WILKINSON. who know their rTigts and are determined to.- tr may be r ,ed' a*'c,,neted with tiver
4r PiassoNr'moved,That a committee be appoint- defend then. vb'efi"orimay 'e l w t '
ed o 'einquire into the conduct of Brigadier-Gener- / ----- The findefi6l, l4ave to r," proceededd in a;
aIJAMES WI .liNsoN, in relation to his havingat From whence arit/s "te dth-i it ? .ela renchentu{' the' ;can gr..mdt?
aiy time, \vhilhf in the service of the United States, The federalifts make .a great clamor aboi" that ublef ways arid means are ut i -
orrupt.y P received money from the government of what they term the i haltile intentions of our fes them, it is needles to make any' further
San, r its agents, or in relation to his having du- goy.e.ment with' refpe& to Great Britain." efforts to maintain the "eptiblican' principle
Tin. l th nire aforeliid ieu n ao 'l. lcr or In .It A. ,the fatis all t _"_ -... ly ,. .. .
ny'ray ercd with he-ag=emS mafoTi ite-eve aI f s ving exhaule every '1 e ; -
ovzth AAao.N Burar i tn project agaifCourt ,v elegiflatid iit=
r .w.dri oi wif A ino Bua in a prtoj ia a friendly measure within thnir power to propofe. being'corrnpted. If a.body of federalttfs are
the donirions of the king of Spain, or to di iem- Itmay not perhaps be amifs, to take a fhort incorporated for the excluffie phrprfs'of fat-'
ber.thee,. States : and thatththe oid committee in- ,eviewof the situation of ourt commercial affairs- ni(hing, rine-tenths xf the circulating-metriuf',
quire ge as tly iti the oneral of the aid JMESof with France and England,for the laft four years, and are enabled to lay almost every man.under
the'U. States; t ad the faid committee have wer of Previous to the promulgation.of the Britifli contribttiotin-If the merchant, .tradetman and
tohe States; torperfs and p aper, and compel their a order bearing date irrMay 1806, our commerce farmer are in a great mealure lependtnt'on their
tofed fai'c perf and pr ppution ; and at tcompeleaidIMir. was unmoleted :-No pirtical depredation 1 uwhims and caprie- on. are expofd t' fo.pevery ac-
WtiN ras be notified y theo ommitt'e iftif'etime were made by either'belligerent, under the fal-. ddental circumstance which mayl rfl'tcice tihe
and place of th'ir fitting, and that he beheard in his lacious plea of I" ordersand4 decrees."" The conduct of the direabrs- does it not ra:uraliv.
defpnce. oand thatlthe committee report the result above flated. order declared ,the whole coalf follow, that this isnmenfe i'ONtIED OACU E
of their inquiries to this houtfe. from Elbe to Breft, in a flateof blockade. The will uUavoidably control a large majority ofth'e
Some debate, and'various motions enfueid. Mr, French government waited fix months before citizens, and eventually didlate'to evey branch"
Smilie thought the motion unneceffary aned uncon- they retaliated ; at,the expiration of which time of the government? -VWha fornc can be placedt
ftitutinnal. At a'late hour the motion pafled, and the Berlin decree appeared. Thiu was follow- in opposition, to this PONbsN ROiuS ''E-VER -- :
Mfl'rs..Troup, [(fce excused} Bacon, Sage, Wilfon, ed by an order in council, alleged to be in.re- Archimedes muft fall' vaflly (hort.ii the inagni-,
and Brackcnridge, were appointed the committee. taliation ; but it was not Rated by the BritiUh tude of his mechanical- agency, iln c'onmiparibi 'I
that the Berlin decree was in retaliation of the with the powers of a band of directors nting:
reansnasoAY, Dec. 19.-The memorial of the ordtr of May, although fuch was clearly the under the-preffere'qf their pectiuniary machine-
officers of the Navy, presented in February laft, was cafe.. This order in council was followed by ry. 'A landing army of fifty thoufand men'
referred to the committee on that part of the Prefi- the Milaq decree, and that by another order. would not become fo formidable as a boafd of
drnt's imeffage relative- to the Navy. This is the whole hiflory of the commercial cireftors furniflted with the ammunition of-Bank'
Mr. Morrow from thecommitteeonWeflern lands reftriflions. The-Britifli order of May, being Bitll ; and -the ivory black balhs ued:on a day
reported a bill providing for the final adjuflment of the fouwce from whence all the others origina-.' o difcount, would become more difaltrous and
claims to lands and for the fale of the public lands ted, ought to have been fitil repealed. The dreadful, than red hot Jot discharged .kom the
in e territories of Orleans and Louifiana-Referr- French, however have fet'the example ofjftice, fortrefsofan invading enemy. If this Baii has'
eto ommeef the committee of Ways and by cutting off their decrees. If Great-Britain already become fo interwoven in all the pecuni-
SMr.ppes,'from theed a bil committee ofe deayseande wishes for our friendship, let her repeal her or- 'ary concerns of the citizens, that even the di-
i tiansreposrted a bill for fupplymg t he de .enyders and blockeades,'and fend out a Plenipoten- reaors now anticipate the diffreft, and probab -'
'in thfe aliprpd Amertion f year en in fothereein tiary in the room of Mr. Jackfon.--But we ruin of thousands, what muft be theevil, if thill
ef.,ofdituted h American feamen in foreign oun are inclined to think (to tife the words of that .Samlon is again to be. invigorated with a :new
"es reported fromthe. committee a bill minifler,) that the Orders in Council are part chlfler of ldock, and is to be armed with a wea-
Stoeotinue ifreporce thed It fertion of ana topro- of a great fflem which will .never be abandon, .pon more ponderous than he poflcffed before ;'
tert the commerce and feamen of the United States ed by Great Britain." If this proves to be the We fulpca there would not be found another
'agalrift he Barbary powers.-Thefe Bills were twice cafe,'the fooner we discover to her our unalter. Delilah to difam him. The modern Samfon
read and referred to a committee of the whole able determination to vindicate our neutral either flumbers nor fleeps. He purfieI hi'.
Mr.'L Lvemoved for leaye and introduced the fol- rights, the better. votaries to the heft day of grace--and when that
'lowing refo'lutiohn. ---- period arrive,illltheenlicceicnt. ora!luremerts
.Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treafurybe IMPRESSED SEAMEMN of youth o' beauty are not able to decoy him
-.direited tolay before this hatife information, Ift. of Thofe federalifls who have been pleading from his purfuit, or to foot him by dallialice.'
the amount of debts due from individuals and bodies themselves with the dishonorable and inhuman If Samfonof old, with a few hofe olks, waSfo
corporate to the bank of the United States, diLin. hope that the American.government will take formidable to an army of Phililtiner, ho.winvin.;
gunfhing the amount due by bond, mortgage,or no further measures to obtain the release of our cible muft modern .imfon be to Iis creditor-s,.
other specialty, from that payable by notes, bills of unfortunate Seamen, row held in a late of when he becomes as hairy as Efau
exchange or othernirety not .under feal, to the faid flavery on board of Britifh en-of-war, will The federal f) Rem has been purfued with the'
hank and its branches, andiwhat portion. faid debts e greatly, difappointed. While the govern. mft fubtle policy. It appears a chain of ex-
tarers confiderd bans and its braccommodation to the u meant is i the hands of the Republicans, every tenfive conneclion. It operates in various di-
.aomersount offi notes of the laid bank and its branches exertion will.be made to efft this important rions; and unlefsacarlfuily watchedthiou
amount of note. of tinSd. Whether the revenue of obhes notwithftanding the-unprincipled oppo. its intricate mazes, will finally clofe upon the
owthe United Stans, orwlSat portion of it, are ordered fitton of men wholly devoted' to the wicked citizens in fuch a manner ias they will be unable
thobe Undepofited n States, ad bank and its batches: and o ppreflive government of G. Britain.- to ren edy. There appears an artful jefuitica
.Whether any portion of it is ordered to be dpolk- The following exl rad is from a letter of the rna gtmer, w'ich efca es the eliftniicen .enit of
edwin other,.and if fo, what their banks-and wthad Secretary of State to Mr. Pinkntey, our MilfiL. the community at large. In ccnnestin wit' 'a
ill be the probable amount of depofits in favor of terter at London, under date of O. 19, pO, fyleeffederafm whic enraces a very -
ih'e'United.States, in any ou the'faid banks or their and communicated' to Congrefs with the late 'ten hivC plan of influence with-nthe Loe control
r-trces, and which .of them on the if day of Meffage of the Prefident. It difeovers the de. of a fw prfonsf we cannot .hut. c orfile'rte
"Tirc'i1H .' termination of our government never to con- lateahetsationoft hegovernlT'ent of the Cohlh-ge.
Ordpred'to lie on the.table... fider G. Britain a friendly power, till this griev. This fcminay is unow under the dircdiSon of
Mri:.Baffeit obferved,. that at the lat fcffllon a ance is redieffed :- s fcw pcrfons who may 'erpetuac themtlvmh'es
committeeee had been appointed to enquire into the If the Britif government he fincere!y difpo- and their family conndtisr. bhe old ttab-d
expediency of autliorifing a collection of parla- fed to tome t a god underflandirg, and to culti- thslid conflitnitutn ground is broken up, and
mentry precedents; that in cnfequenee of their vae a friendly intercourfe with the United St.les, t'is has been done in a manner which carries
-report Mr Lambert had prepared fuch a workand it cannotbut ble fenfiblhe if tihe necedity in addition lrcrg marks cf fore improl er ,had. informed him. thereof, as Chairman of that to a compliance with the ad of Congrefs, [f'r enlarge ern partierlars t picLefnt, we"will only
committee, by letter, which letter- he laid on the avoiding a non-intereourfe] of concluding at this renraik, that if a b;nik is renewed with. all the
Stable. The letter was referred to a feleliec commit- time a general arrangement of the topics between influence which will be attached toit ; with ail
tee. tIie two countries; and aove ell fuch a one as wiil, the pecuniary dependence which individuals mult
Mr. G.old, from the committee, reported a bill upon equ tabMe terms, effecually put a flop to the in- ine itably be fu'jet to ; with that conn leiott
auth t riling the Secretary of'War, by thIe appoint- fidfferablle vexations to which or feamen have been, bIltwrcn feiera; lin en aftd f, deral meadurcs-lis
m ent of commilffioiiers, to afcertain the boundary and are vet expofed, from the Eritiflh ),radice of addition to which, a College is under the fulle-
line. of tlih public lands at Weft Point, Twice ', impreffnient, a practice whnli' has fo ftri.ng a hear- trargtrgca ent of a bt dy of nm:n, with h mrn alL
read r nd -referred to a committee of the whole. Iing on our neutrality, an.d to rd-nid icr o naion ceaa~sb- theii ltlutds are difpntrible- falar ie of ii t.fl.cers
Acemmitteewasappointed toreportonthIecafes mit consmhtient'y 'wi itb itid etnd *c." -thonl.ri:rv titles tf indi'iduals-favolitifm t'
of thegreats, moreta li twy among the U. Here, ii moderate hut firm language, (fays Iupil.- I 'lhort, in horn all the literary char-
w-0lemore lan two yea fce. the Public Advertiter,) we have the Prclidenit's after of the country is c,'rcentratcd--l + ulch'
TrusnAY,-Dec. o-The hill fixing tho annual views of this abominable pradice ,,f Britiftn an e' 'l.htrren once gsi tncer ca.rpletenter-
falaryfor theaddijion.l Afliflant tothe P.fl Maler tyrant on the ocean, thr conm.n higvay ,,f atrh in" e s h.oonbecomen letrvi, I:, to the


General wa read the third time and paet. .. all t .tatio. I o he witi h :ln 'hc
MrVahrnec n o t.e commttec.n the Whean a Algerina ord.ir captt're our citi : vj or hdwitbit *.bc ion. l











ecutive, Lgiflative, and Jndisiary branches,
may in, thid be only the mouth-pieces.ofthere
Leviathans. ,' 'I. -"
In examining here flbjeLs;we cohfider them
not as applying to individuals; buft'toprinip/es.-
If the principle 'is wroni, either as it applies ti)
khe Bank oa tht College, even though men. of the
mn ft Ready habits" are now in the direction,
yet the evil may in' time be dreaded. ,If in fit-.
ture, a JEasIT" should havs the rule.of the
College,-as in the days of George the Ill, (efpe-
cially if he thauld-alfo extend lita influence -on
I the Judiciary bench) what may hot the com.-
munity, exped both as refpeds Church and
State ? If a WooisY and.a J ,Pfrtis Ihould
ti_ uniteil in one wman, would not a moft dan-
Ite'rouSUnitarta jfAein in politics prevail ?-
The Trinitarian orthodox) of Legillative, Judi-
elary &c Executive, would be abolished, & the
*hole,wold .be abfarbed in the oniid arijfla .
'racy of.the Bahl, and the iiterry ari/locracy of
-the College., Agaifnft*,$ fe-iasvinmay the good
fenfe of-the citizens prefetre tis-And all the
people will fay ame-i. but if they fliould pre-..
vail contrary to pUitac.pinion,,the ,' DEXTER-
!'us"jpleapf 'ifV4casTITUTIoALtrY" may
-become as formJiable in thefe cafes as in the
Embargo'. -.. '
,--- THE DINNERt, -. -
-' Gidven in honor of Gen, AastsAOtci, by the cit-
iaens of Baitimhre, on Tuefday laf week, was ferv-
d, tup it-iats elegant ftyle at the Fountain Ino, Ed-
-'"ward Johnfon.prelded ;fu.iported by Col. Buchan-
'an, Gen. 'Miller, and -Meffrs. faac M' Kim and Pe'
ter Little. The' banquet was not confined to delic-
ioui "iandsu ht confifted moft- in the fentinments
and patriotitelings, which, inspired by the occa-.
ion, were felt by. each heart and' beamed from each
"countenatice. Their gueft had maifitaited the hon-
'or of lids country ; and his fellow citizens of Baltic-
mnore iere too fenfible of worth to withhold from
it that hnoagg. which was its due.
The foMowing are the, TOASTS:
1. The people of the Uhited States-The firft
great oAjed of a patriot's wilh-Fullfiefs in their
field, peace on their borders, and freedom through-
b'out trie. "
2.Thecbrtithution of the Federal.Republic, the
people's declared 'will-May it grow with their
growth, strengthen with their Rrength, and be per-
petual" aS their generations .
3.. The Congrefsof the United States--n affems-
bly of freeman,'thedelegates of the. free-May they
remember they a:k for a nation, and before a
'world. "" .
4. The Prefidena and Officers of our Admintilffa-
tion--more eminent Iv charadiers than by .tation-
May they contempt thie h aiims .of ancient ..fraud,
and lead a country by juftice to profperity. .
.- &The Memory of departed Sagesand Soldiers of
the-'Revoltio n-Wafhington and Warre.i. Fr.ink-.
lik athdAAdams, and-thejr great contemporaries.
6. The retired -Patiot-who taught the rights of
'confctiece to. ihtrslilngauthority aud trembled. for,
his country when unjuft to others-Thomas Jeffeir-
on.
7 The Patriotic R eflorers of-the 'Laws-who un.-
fettered the Prefs,and bid the rangerr live fecure in
the land. -
8. The faithfulafferteri of thiir Country's Rights
in foreign regions--Let their courage- anrd perfe-
verance be truly ellimated'and juftly rewarded..
9. Truth ,..and Sincerity among 'the -Rulers 'of
Nationa-Mity reafon io singer he mocked, human-
ity veted, and America infulted by the iniquity of
Europe .
10. The great Repellents of Foreign Aggreflions
-Union and zeal among the citizens of the United
States-May felflitnefs andaambition'die, detesdted
atnd'defpifedi .., th c
11. Agriculture-theNurfe of Iife,'thc ource of
Strength--by interest, tafte, and policy cetme'nd-
'tdo .:. "
12. Maniifadnres and Mechanie'Ars, thatfn rnifhi
a -totherii--May the hand craft of A merica re-
'trieve si orsuftrped by. idle 'er prnicius pro-
feflfins. "
3. Coinmeree--the facial intercturfe of nat ions
-that ,)ins divided worlds and peoples the ocean
May it 'he free as its winds and wafers, to cireu-
atethe globe. '
14 TheP.efs-Pure as Free; May it ever become
a fountain .of falfhbod, but flow with benefi formation to future ages .
15. South' America.-May it 'be linked to the
S ortlh by inu-efe firm as the. Mountain Iflhmus,
That fcorns a breach frpm-sliftern winds anid Waves.
16. The .Friends of Freedom throughout the
'Woild. -
17. The world at peace and all her tumuiilts over;
the prelude td a happier late of'tling*s.
VOLn NTtERS.I"
By Edward I.hif. in-(-frter Oen A had retired),
Our late minnilet at Par,, wh,, carried triath to a
courr, aud freedom to'he frmt f power.
By Gdndral Miller-May honefl ifithgrity terili-
mate our difpike; with Eirope ; if that fails, may a
Sro=-Arm de, ide. '
By col. Darfey, of I4at ford--' The freedom of the
eas- "rniron one of its be t fupportcrs.. e
ilcr1tus.-- l'he force of cOdfamerce. It gires
lemy to R u late, and r.ervts the arms of lier fons.-
Rome faw ia Fabiud aad Reguldts-Amdrica A Waflk-
ington.- .
Com"mere--Thd trye diat utnites the vworld, ind tlie
grand medium of Providence to rendef its gifts inm-
bartial-the elenients are fubmitted to its coin-
trout. -
Tee Artos--'ty ifiodify the produfSions of .agri-
culture ; they facilitat,e the means to commerce, and
gilrepowers to mina beyond liis nature.
Our S.fler States,-Like the planets, may they pre-
ferve their courfe around our conflitutional fun, and
never diverge from its tortex.
Wafjnzt,,n-TIhe upright flatefman, the uncoih-
quered. warrior, the father of his country and the
good- m an. I "
While gratitude tash, may his name ble endear'd,
Andhis precepts while muem'ry holds be levered.
General Arsrftrong arrived in- the city of Waflt-
ngtofn on Thurfday Il ft.
George W. Erving, Efq. was on Thurfday laft
pqroiissed Special Miniter from the United States
to the Court of Denmark.
r- -
WID'l)t-I Jamaics, Dr Edward Cremer, for-
Ssnerly of Salem.-Near Nstchez, (Mis. Ter.) Mre
James Citiflie, fen. a native of Bofton.-In Wil-
mingtos, (N C) Richard Langdon, etq mer. a native
-ef Portfiouth, (N H)'a-d Vice-Conful to his Dan-
nifh Majefty.-In Wretlhamrn, Mrs Fifher, aged C-
In Worcefter,fuddenly,on Wednefday evening laft,
Ephraim Mower, Efq aged 60; Reprefentative frsin
That town in the General-Court -In Lune-nburg, Mr
.Ievi Stile,aged."-i Ahbington, Mr James Reed.
j aged 23- In Quincy, Capt Samuel Clark, aged 94.-
-.In Bradfi'ru, on Sunday lat, Mrs Deborah Rob-
Sins, il the 9"4 year of her age.
It this town, on otur..day inght laft, Mr Ebenezer
. Kuvowlton aged 41,after a logand painful illnef,
-whichl hI bore with fortitude.
On Sunday niorningMr 'Charles Da;ies, aged :G.
Oi Sunday evening, Edward Gray, jnn aged 18,
n-umber of the Senior Clafs in Harvard Univerfity,
hiedefr foaof Edw Gray, csq of this towti.
On Monday aftrnouii, Mifs Phebe'i'hayer,aged
27. Her funeral will proceed from No 71, Prince-
Itreet, this af'ernoon, at 3 o'elock-hcr'fricnds and
reation will pleafe to. attend without further invi-
tation. .


On board the. loop Mary.of Portfinmutl-, Mr 'i-
warl ReudAll, of Kiitery, aged 50..


SDSDIC:ITrO .--Tte Secoffd laptif Meeting-.
Houfe in this town, will be Dedicated on Tuelfly,
the firf of Jan"uhry, ,8 11,.. Services to conmmence
at 10 'clock, .. .

AfMARRIEIi...-I Middletown, (Con) by tie rev
Dr-Ke*ley, Mr Francis J. Qiv'e, Cthis toUwi,mer.
to Mils Mary Caruoine:,AUfp,'daetgh(ter tf Richard i
Alfinp, of MIiddletowds.-.Ist .Swanzy, Rev. 1hillip
Slead, (aged 51) to Mifj Phebie Slead, of.Somerfet,
(aged 2-) Whatis mnoft remarkable in this union,
the brklegroom Uad remained- a widower fbrfive
weeks, and married after a liort courtfhipiofeig teen
days.-In Somefret, Me Hezekiah Anthony, me.of
Digbtoa, tti 'Mifs Sarah Bowers, daughter of the late
Pol Philip Bouvrs,o'f-Somnerfet.-In Canton, Mr&E.
Hearty,h f'Bifton, t Mils Flizabeth'Frankofr'l -
ton,-In Hidgham; Mer Rrdbert V. Cufliing, to Mifli
Poliy Caflitig,'beth of Hull; .




PORT. O'F BOSTON.
I MONDAY, Dec 24,-Arrived, fch Untio,,S tsith
of Diuxburv,'G days from St Pierres, .(Mart) vith
molaffes, to E. Weftori & Son. Left, Nov 27, fch
Oliver.Cromwell, fpr.Plymouth, in 6 days; Wafih.
ington, Colley, waiting for molaffes; Ten-Daugh-
ters,.Hall,do; brig Minerva, M'Malon, for Wafh-
inigton,N C -in. 0 days; and: many otherss, mostly
helonging to fouthern ports, unknrtwn. *No Mas-
blehead veffels in port: A fel failed I $.days before
for that port. .The btig Geo.& Sufan, Ward, was
at .Trinity, to fail in 8 days for Salen,--Dec 2, id
Saribrero paflage, was boarded from a Frehch na-
tional brig, oL 18 gunsfor Nautz, and was fretted
well.
24th, ar. brigsRaTfell, fr N Orleans; Venus, Bal.
timore; fch'ts Harmoniiy, Plymouth ,Fortitude,.Phi.i
ladelphia; floops Common-Chance, Salem; Hawk,
Nantucket; Experiment, do.'
CLIARANCES. Foreign-l.' brigs Hare, Bartody,
-for Civita Vecchbia; 1ame, Newman, Havana; Jane,
Cu(hing, -Madeira; Venqs, Adams, I.ilbon; fch'r
Ge,' & Thomas, Holden, St Barts. Coasters-de. fch's
' reeiarF Portland .Catharine. Saco; 'Albion.


-. I .f BOAIRD Op rmAL r, .lA"A.'
'. TON. .O r ,: il o -. .'4,That.cah 'JUl.-rt.ker -vho Mall. ob.
. RDERED,lhait aom nadater tlel.RAdayof tainn a t'ertifted Bill bf funeral expecics, hall be
January ies,tfro Il'nelal UndUrtakcertilllk f,. refponfible tn pay ito the Superintendant the a-
demand;, dr'teeic. aymnint'i'tr :fervice#, pifQored miousnitf tficli tSpt.eriintendant's feeqrfo charged iin
at any funeral, tUnlefs he prq turca .dri.tti. t Iof- ,th ltaihdl ;. .
luch eipcnces foril 'the .uperi itetda.t t Ilhe Od.T, ah iany Fiueral Undertaker;who-lihali
Ground oaF'eimetary )'h'ere tlteci rpfr 'vta d;pif,, violate itislr iof thele Regulations, llhall incur a
ited; and fuch Superialetidaait fltitonsppltia penalty not exceeding Tllirty UDll-ra, to be recoq.
of any- fuch, UndertaeB-(wkiichlt; il be nade ir' ered as provided in t'he Fiueral Regulations adop-
writing, wiithiI tfidays a fafpcl funeral, accom- ted.10th- O dober, tl10.- :.
panned withafchsedaleof fft'ce 'perfoprned) nake 'Ordred,9:'hiatheIe''Regtilatiovi with the fior'di
out and certify f'ths BiJ of e eIs~f r' h Un- ofthe Bill, be printed for the informiatiodt oi tlh
dertakeri adding thereto his; tsrn fees, an abftta ciitem. s.

whicehuie Siperi tetindarli'ldH ae6Wtedetiln 'j,:. ftit, N ke GNLaNoiYe ,.c'r. ,
twenty-.ive cents "'' "- .',' ; .. ,
N : .' .. D r. -
n erb l O ." W" '- .. "E.irl hrl .

Fgner.l Bpenceni, .
SUPERINTENDENT, .


Grave dug, -, -
Opening Cernetary or Totii, -
Tife uf Fneral Car, '
Ufeof Public Vanjft, .
Ce, iificae, '
. UNDyERTAKE.
Digging Grave feet -
.Opeoing atd cdtltig Tomb -
.Services at the Honfe, -
-fotifyii faonilit t cts etch,.
Tollifig Bell, -
Placing Lorpfe 'i Coffin,
S Carrying Co.rple to Cr, and
from thenceto Vault or Grave
tfe. cf Horfe .in. Car, and
C Leader, r i 'C
Carrying.Corpfe to Church,


elier,'ed this Bill
to


dolls.

181 ,
Undertaker.


.Frenehman's Bay, loop Caty-Ann, Portland. t -O. .
" TUESDAY, De 25-No Arrivals, nor Clearan- Boston, .L tea.lre. .
ces. *. Packet .
WEDNESDAY, Dec 26-Arrved,. loop Packet TO-MORROW EVENING, Dec. 28,
Sardwell, Cafinre. R ne Will be presented, for the'4th time, a New Comedy, ,
'CLARACES, Arein-br.g Hope, Rumney, in 5 a ,'foiunded-ost the novel of EvzLINA,"
Spanifh Main;: Penelope, Perkins, W Indies; Vig- calledthe .
ilant, Blake, Rio !anerio; fel Anfon, Atwooad, Bra- .
zils. Coasters-fhlip Sachem, Savannah ; brig Gor- POUUOR LUKODGER.
ham, do; Harriet, Salem; Juno, Baltimore; Cora, Written hy WILu.r .fiaaiEn WItmrz, Eq. Author of C
Peteriburg; fch Enterpiize, Marihefler; Seven- ,the Clergyinan's Daughter."
.Sifters, PenbbfcotI Commerce, Eaftport; "Sukby,. The Poor Lodger, -Mr. More.
Charlefton; Columbia, Salem;. Jane, Newburyport; Lord Harley, Darley.
Hazard, lo; floop William, Portfnmouth : Penob-' Sir Harry Stormont, Duff.
fcot-Packet, Newburyport ; Mary, Kennebunk. Mr Sedley, Drake.
.. Old Joblin, Dickenfon.
MEMORANDA.. Dick Joblin (his fon)' Entwifle.
Late from the. Frinyard-Capt. Sanborn fr. HOlmes Grub, Fiflher.
Hole, which he left oq TAcfday morning, informs 'CoachmAn,. Barnes..
of tHe arrival of the foiloaiiig .veffels -there, viz.- Servants, &c.Meffls Parfons, Henry, &c.
Brig Mariner. Currier, from Aux Cyes, via Ha- Harriet Bloomnville, Mrs Darley. .
vana, 18,days. In this velTel came paflengers, Capt. Mrs Clifford, Doige.
Sanhorn, of fchr. Columbia-Capt. Cloutman, of, Widow Danvers, Barnes.
fchr Dalhi-and.Capt Rumnevy of the Walhington, Nancy Joblin Mifs Poole.
whofe veffels have beein oft. Left at Aux Cayes, The Epilogue, written by-R. T. Paine, Esq to be
floop Freemafon of Bofton, who had been robbed fpoken by Meffrs Marfe, Darley, Duff, Dickenfoa,
on her paffage from the city of.-St..Domingo, and Entwifle, Mrs Darley and Mrs Baries.
firipped of every-thing. The fchr. whicli robbed In A /,. ..
him bad arrived at Aux Cayes, and Told 'muft f th i An entire new fcene, designed and executed by
flolen peoperty-bur upon information given by fMr'Worrall, representing Pruxkall Gardens on, a
the captain of the Freeanafon, -.fie was tried, .con- GQala Night. di
-deoned and fold.;' A d 3
Alfo at H. Hole, brig Mercator, Dyer, 62 days An original comic Song, to be fung in character -
from, St. Helena for Bofon, who a few days previ- by Mr Entwifle.
ois had fpok-lcaftip Stiwarrow, about"50 days from .
L'Ortent;in FranCe'bound to Philad. full of paffen- To which will be added, for- the1l ft time this fea- t
goers. fon, a Favorite Mufical Afterpiece, -in 2 ats,
'-Alfo, as above, brig-, hawer, from Pt. Petre, called te
for Portland or Bofton ; fhip SaTy, Odell, 57 days SIXTY THIRD LETTER.
fromCidiz, forBollon, brig Three&ciends, Lafa- '
voreof SalemforN. York. ,Norris roiBay Doors open.5, and Curtain to' rife at 6 o'-
Sailed from-H. Holfgch James, NorrssfrOisB, B ," ,n. T-I -"
d- ,. ,B o, -' lOc I" c precife-v. ,
ofHOnduras, tor 'no -.--- .-- .
Three hips were it ;Uld Town on Tuefday morn- RANNIE's FXHIBITION.
ing, nas es nknowIinnt." I .
Sch Shepherdefs,fr Charlefton, for N York, has Atthe ExchangeGCffee Hefe,THIS EVENING,
ar at Providence, with .the crew of fell Humming- ILL be displayed the following Performances,
Bird, (bound fr Havana for N. York, and partly in- which cannot fail to excite the admiration of P
fired at Bolon,) which veffel suddenly funk off C. the well-informed--Mr. R. will on this occafion
Hatteras, on Friday night, 18th infanti having on 'throw his ventriloquian voice into a fuff-hoor, or
board, it is faid, a large amount in fpecie. Nothing lady's thimble, fo that the-voice ofra child will be
faved. dillindily heard to exclaim," let me out, let me out,
A bfig from Havanna with lot of both topmafts, or I hall finntter."--The fame voice will be heard
ftppofed to be the Dolly, of Bofton, was paffed in fromn all parts of the room, from the adjoining room
Savannah river, 8th inf.-Alfo, fch Janies, of Fal- and clofet, and from ihe pockets of the audience.
mouth,froalm Havanna. He will throw his voice into a Cod/fij, which will
Brig Adventure, Curtis, of Bofton, I&fdays-from immediately make a tremendous naife, like that of
St. Croix, ar. at Wilmiington, N. C. lOti in!W4 and a number of hogs.
was loadingftbCroil,te 1th. Alfo ar. there, Mr1. R. \willpfent an OyJfer, which he cautf-
brig Commerce, of Hallowell, from Jamaica, es to imitate a number of birds,of different species ; ,
The harque Mofes, ai aat Salenm, on Tuefdayfrom and what is fill more afunifhing, 'vhen Mr. R. pla-
aGo'terburg. brins information that 50 or 60 fail ofces he oyfter under a gentleman's hat 'or in his 1ock- t
va'flels were taken by the Danifli gui-boats and pri- e,the fam founds will be founds will be heard thee. During th
vateers between the 12th and 21o t of Oh among evening's entertainment, will be difplayed above a
which was a Sal brig re ere in the et, hundred furprizing deceptions. The Rope Dancer a
250 fail for Ruffia, Pruffia, and other ports in the and Wire Walker will refpetivel perform; and
Baltic, between Go and 70 pst into Gottenburg, a- nasy fnrprnfing feats will be performed by te
mongw hkh was t he fels Liberty, of Sdoem, and a LITTLE DEVIL. ashe is called. 0 c '
large Chip under American colors, which lofl her ca- On this evening, Mr R.will cut offihie head ef a '
bles and anchors in th Belt. i fowl, and afterwards reunite it as before. Ahvatwie-
Thhe hip Juno, from Bofon for Chrlfn wa ohd er
fbThe ffth io, bar 10 days f or nce., a Sy of other operations, new and intcrefting, will be
fbeen ortCe bar 0 days Nioce l th o s* performed,n too numerous to be defcrieidd in'an ad.
SThe fhip Ceres, ir at Now York, left the Dows Dvertifement. '
the 5th of Nov. The-fliipb Walker, of New-Bedford, Doors open e it" half parf 6, and performance to
was to fail in c0 days. m Fair Lady, for, do in 10 or omnmence at 7 o'clesck. Tickets 50 cents.
12. Spoke in tlihDovens, the hfip Ellard fromt
Marblehead. Anatomy and Surgery.
The brig Ambitioif, Sutton, f Portlanid, ar a- St r HE Subfcriber will commence a course ofL,2ures
Johnh, Porto Rico, Nov 15,fr' St Baitholomews. 1 on Anatomy and Surgery; onTufday, January
,--.,. r, 1811. For terms iiquire at Vi, 11, School.-treet.

o Oue ofthe best Stands in Boston. due..27. WIILIAM INbGALLS.
TO BE LET, and entered upon immediaetdy-A c(n- E MBoylfn th Committee., te
SveTient DWELLING-HO USE,& Bake HOUSE 7WI E embers of the Boylftontoimittee
adjoining, being accommodated with r the Aquedua, L on Prize QueRtions are requefted toi meet at
and having two good Oven i; the whole lately. pit ire iall of the Mqfah. dal ee, No 49,
inthorugh repair-an excellent and cent ad central lituan. arlor -o-it,eet, on Trd ESDAY, January 8, 1811,-
tinnr,-were aft indur trics man may very h6on ac- at 3,o'clock, t% hs. -
.qtrire a fortune-not. awo minutes walk from State- cdc. 27. Lr M(EL HAYWARD, ChairMan.
.ttreet-Rcnt reafonable. Foi particelat, inqiire
at the Cani de Off,. e 2.. Medical Inflthution of Haervard U.-
e ered'- i, tfae, d n;verfitv.
NOTICE is hereby given., tlatte fub'crnier ^RING the continuance'of the Ledtfregwhich
j. has ieen duly appDinted Executor,oftle la .IL will be until the 10 th of February next, Surgi-
Willt nd Teflameist of MOSES GRANT, cal operations willebe perfornied, and the fubfequent
.late tf Wrentham, in the county of worfolby, Yeoman, attendance afforded gratis, by the Profeffors of Sur-
dceceafed, and has 'taken upon himlei that truth grery, on all perfons whofe circunflancey fliall be
by giving bonds as the law directs, and all"per- fuch as to renderthem proper objedts, prided they
onns having demands upon the Eftate of the faid bring certificates to that effed fruao the Seledtmens of
deccafed are required to exhibit the fame, and all- the tow, where they refide." : dec 27
Perfons indebted to the laid estate, are called up N
on to make payment, to Notice.
MOSES GRANT, Executor. A I.L perfons indebted to the fdbfdriber either
'Wrentham, Dec 27 A. by Notdoi account, are reqi.eled to call ons
S- SAuE.L P. P. FataEsq'. who is duly authorized to
\lTOTICEishacreby given, thatthe fafhfctiber fettle the fame. IfSAIAI'I BANGS.
lN has'been duly appointed Adminilrat'or to Canlibridgeport, fDei 27.
the Estate of DANIEL WHEELER,
lateof Concord, in thecouunty of AMdnitfx, Gent'e. Nl--'e. '
man,deceafed,Wntelate, and has taken upon rhimfelf ITAMES NEWELL,,takei this mld to inform
that trull by giving bonds, as the Law diredis.- Jf lis Friendi andd the'" Pbric:in .Meral, that ite
And all perfonsa having demands'upon the Eftate has purhafed thi- Stock in Trade oF Mr. 7er:milh
of faid IDaiel Wheelar, are required exhlil rhe P. fsiat'Store No: f, S.tiil Scvinool.flreet, whre
(,rmc: and all jper;uns indebted to thle-faid Eflate, he folicits their p pArn&,;), aind by atldcinL to hi'.
are called upions to make pavmerit-, to present Stock, intends to'lel a getieral aflobitmdnt
*- ELlJ.IJ:-l FK!'., Admn'r. of W. I. GOODS aitd GROCLR.Hr, otl Ithe firfl
Concord, NovT 15,1 810. dec '27 quality, dec .7


To the SotRaiNT ENDniNT, viz. .
o For 3r.Avesin tIe burying-ground, -
*- opening Tumb in" '
ufe of Funeral Car, ..
ufl of the Public Vault; -
,- t ertitying' lih Bill, : '
To the 'UNO SaRT4.a,v '
Digging Grave- .feet deep, -
Opeving and clofing" Tomb, *-
Services at the H Mufe,
Notifying familiei,5 cts each, -
Tollinig Bell, -
Placing Corple to Car,andIfromi
thence to the Vault or Grave
Ufe of Horfe in the Car, and .
Leader, .
'Carrying'Corpfe into Churcli, ...


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ntertaiing rligiouss Intellignce. ..
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of FAMILY BIBLES.. bec. 27.

"JVew-Year Presents.

MUNROE &FRANCIS .;
S No. 4, Corsihill,
H AVE received frotsm lohnfon's Juvenile Libra-
ry, and from Europe-a great variety of Children's
BOOKS, diffetted MAPS, 'bone and ivory AL-
PHABETS, CABINETS for Children, PUZZLE,&
Arithmaetical CARDS, and LITERAR2 TO2S.

Jut Published, as abt've; ....
The CHRISTIAN MONITOR, No. XVI-
conraining Lyttleton's Obfervations on the Conver.
ationk.and Apofllefliit of. St Paul, and refideint
..ocke's Convention Sermon.
A/so-The WEST-INDIES, and other Po-
ems, by James Montgomery, author of :he Wanderer
n Switzerland.
The CABINET of BONAPARTE, by Lew-
s Goldfiniith. .
A SHEET ALMANACK, for Ii 1, contain.
ng the Caleudar pages, Money Tables, Lifts of
Stages, &c. printed on a large demy fleet.
dec 27

District of Massachusetts,' -to wit
.. BDifridc Clerk's Office.
,*-*>- BE IT REmMBaE.FI),., That .on the
(L.S.) twenty-fourth day of Dec. A. D. 1810,
S/ and in the thirty-fifth year of the In-
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rTuoMAs & ANDREWS, of the faid Dillriuft,have de-
pofited in this Office, the Title of a Book, the Right
whereof they claims as Proprietor,in the words fol-
ow ing, to ;t *:d .s. ..
" An Introduation to S[pellino and Reading-in
wo volumes. Being the firft and second parts of a
Columbian Exercife. The whole comprising an ea-
fy and fvMematical method of teaching, and of learns
ing the'Englilh language. By A&NEa'ALnEN,A.
M. Vol. I. containing feledlion of words, in cori-
mon ule, arranged and divided in fucl a manner,as
will lead the learner to a right prontinciation. To-
gether with a variety of loerons for Reiding. Third
edition, correted. Publiflied according to adt of
Congress." In conformity to tfe adi ofCongr-efs of
the United States entitled, An ad% for the encour-
agement of learning, by fccuringrhe copies of Maps;
Charts and Books, to the authors and Iroprietors of
fucl copies, during the times therein mentioned,"
and alto to an aq, entitled An ftd fupp amentary
to an act, entiLled, an act for the encouragement of
learning, by securing the copies .of Maps, Charts,
and Books, to the authors and proprie.tori of fuch
copies, during the times therein mentioned; 4nd ex-
tending the benefits thereof to the arts of defgning,
engraving and etching hiftorical and other prints.
WILLIAM S. SHAW, Clerk of the Dofri&t
(Dec 27) of j'idafri.'.
Signs of the Times.J
T O-MORROW will be published, and for fale
by D. Mallory & Co. Suffolk Buildings, J. W.
Burdit & Co. ;.nd Win. Wells, Court-ftret-, C. Bing-
*ham, E. Larkin, Lincoln & Edmrands, Munroe &
Francis, and Manning & Loring, Cornhill, E. Cot-
ton, and Thomas & Andrews, Marlboro'-.treet, &c.
A SERMON, from Daniel, 12th chap. 4th and
10th verfes, preached before "The Society for pro-
pagating the Gofpel aniong the Indians and others
in North America" ; at,their femi-annual meeting,
I t Nov. Il10, .hy
ijEDtIA MoSEi, D. D. .
and pnbliheicd at the request of faid W society, and
for their benefit.
To this Sermnon are added notes, by the author,
illuftrative of fome paflfages in the dilcourfe ; and
an appendix containing an account of th& tranfac-
tions of the Socitty, of its finds, a lift of its officers
and mernfirs, the whole making a pamphlet, of 7q
paget'. *
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50'copies, 6r more, for the like pt'rpokl, fall re-
ceive them at the rate of 25 dolls, a hundred.
t All tli profits arifing from the fale of this
Sermon (the copy right of which is feciited by the
Society) will be added to the funds of the Inftifu-
flohn aid devtcd ro its objedls.
ton Thed iemb.rs of the Societv, may each re-
ceivea ropr ct'the Sernon, by applying to J. W.
Blt 6r't & Lo's Bogkftore, Franklin-Head, Court-
fr.eet. dec 27
Samuel Blake & Co.
N6. 43, Long-Wh'arf, Ha1ve for.fa'e,
-6 pipes old Cognac Brandy ;
74 kegs No. I & '. Bl.tter;
i25' ba!k Upl 'd Coiton; 10 chefis SoschongTea;
S00 hi.da. ~t. Ube, and l.ifbon Salt;
Iew bags fine do;
'oo / lbli ois. 1ndr,,. I Beef. dec 27


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j S
.THIS DAY. at Ia o'cinctli
T'K Jones, & Ci's dihr c 'i :

7; cheisSttichorg &Gongo Te. a
of an excelUe'nt quality-o30 csefls H fup do.'
A'fi, 00.caiks Cut Nails, o'-aflorted lizes.
.. r lierual Credit, '.'.. '- .

T..,' 4O0ORROW, at .12 o'clock. ..
At Whitwell. & BoiTd's Office;
100 cih6fUs Souchong, 9SO dLY? i hir
apid '0 Hyfopicin.TEA, of of a firperiorn qualit.,.
S40,qr. cait < Amccan Gun.-Powdi.,-
C.Conr lin hbral-,.n.t heno-n at toe.fale.
'.. r ,,*. Ruflia 6bods: V-

06 TUESDAY next at, 2 o clo'16
9; bales Crafli, in hhlis Briilles
so30b0'rJd Diaper-100 p.'Bleiached Shieetings 4
1 Cafe'HATS. ,.
Conditions itieral, and 'made known at fale.

+HIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
,, ... O.. ppofite 1ke. 10, Indli-Street,
123 boxes browri, & 105 do. White
;., Havana, SUGARS, eititled to 'elenture.
i0,00 olbs COFFEE, 'do do .d
16 pipes Philadelphia GtN.
.Conditions at 'fae ., ...
VWHITWELL 2' O NVD, "a5,ar,'
THIS DAY, :-at iro'clock,
At G. Btilfoiighis; jr's. OFice '
( -.- .. N 9l. Idiia-itrcet
10 bales priirie Upland Cotton ;
I hlid. Loaf Sugar' ;, 4crates Crockery Ware. afirri-
0d for families; 500 tsb.s.Bees Wax ; I barrel liia;
go-a second hand Cable add 2 Anchors.
.. Alf for ,th en I of ths udverrrit ers.
S boxes White; -and 5 do; brown
HayanaSUGARS.,
.At Private Sade-100 boxes White i4d Brd6v's
Havan SUGR. .

Etchianige Coffee Houfe -ShaEt.
,TO-MORROW, at I o'clock,
3. SHARESlit ,faid Exm ge"
Cu-HS ft,on ih lib,.rl credit. .
G. BURROUGHo Sjr. Aua .

THIS DAY, at 12i o'iocl-,
At Jofeph Ripley' bil. e,
At N.. 9', fa-stret,,
400 Gternfey knit Frocks; fuitable
for labouringg people. especially o'r i;ufe s poer, ii;
col4 weatter-25000 a-ivaun, C arr., 3; bisxei
brown.Soap-15 bag' CofLe-;-S.; pipe& AmnEtii.a
Gin-I 2d hanA Cable, nearly new .
SA Shooksandi Heading.

THiS-.lAY ,at i Oppfilte Nob 3, L.la-Jdret4
8o000 gallons Martinique M'oyqes,
J. RIPLEY, Aiid'

S. Co,,nmoneafth of Maisa.chiusets..
SUFFOLK, as.
At the Supijme Judicial Codit, bieglrr a-h
holden as Borsan, itfiin .he county of S,,9/, at'S
for the corntei of S ,uff NamSur N ;anurt'z, 1m te- .IR
.Tuefdav of November, in the year of our Lbda,
.ne thou'it eigt huadred and ien
T TPON the Petition. or J0oN -HOWE, jsinoi-,
Giiardn of MA'Tse w. BaiL'Es, Of laid j.!f,.
Baker, a perfos whio wa e' lhi's Eftate hy excciflive
drinkinking-Sheiltihg that fami BA Lcyl is 1eied iof
the Riverfioh oftdne iindividcd 5d part of a certairt
piece of Real ERate, fituated at thie cornier of Elf
and Haz' etr.trecti, appraifd at two if vfand Dolls.
ind tfats t is necgff.ry te..fame.flihuld' .be field, for
the paynoentt tle..faid M.vTTrHEW's debts, and tCr
the inpport of the faud Bt.YLE, and' lhis finiii'v ; it
fully appearing to the Court, th'at the fdle of fte
Revetfion thereot is necefl'ar, it is
10rdered, That .lie fid. Gf'ardian be, nd' ie
ihereby-.empowercd t. fdl aftd pas' deeds to c,_,iiy
th; ouc third part of the lcaid 'individed Rlc es ficn t,.
faid Rea Effate,of th id iA.vluAHEw, r the ry-
nEtett of his jufi t'lets, anid fhe fuppoit of th"i'fai.
BA.LEY,an;d his family ; thie fidGuardian to publifli
in. itteffed copy of this Order in trl' Ne, -,r11a.i
PalIadi4rF, publif'ieJ in Bo'fton, thirty dclaiys, at teIaift
before thlie day of fAlo ; and to poft llotilficAions
thirty days before faid tle, atnd to account, f' .the
proceeds thereof with the Jtdge- of Probat fr aid
Coitnty, and to be d&4er oa h as'th'e law iiri&s.
WILLIAM TUJjOR, Clt'r..
Agreeably to thile authority given by the above
Order, the Revesfion of or' undivided third paIrt
of tfie Eflate above-mentioned; will t etoldby Public
Vendue, on the Prcmifes, on 'lie firft 7U1 hDA2
-of Fearunay nelt. For term., and other particulars,
inquire of J.QHN HOWE, jnh. Gu.adian.
R. jon,;Dc. 25, 1810.
S Cod Fifh.
"PT HREE irtindred Quintals Sffeghts FISH,
for file, on board the Schr.' Mary.-Apply tos
E. LORING, at his ',harf bottom of Crofs-ftreet, or
to L. Steplenson, it Mrs. Whe!lei's, Ceter-treet.
dtc 27
John iParker & Sons,
v. 5, -Lon-Wharf, Hswfor sale,.
NOW OVlanding from floop Packer,
?, 80 hlsai Martiniquie MOLASSES. i ;
Landing from brig Juno-15 pipes and 30 quarter
calks Mailaga WINE.
On ti M'"L-arf-Havana whiti Molaffes.
Landing frnm flotp Alect-Ketailing Molaff e aud
Havana Sugars.
-INV gTORE-
27. bbhs Pot and Pearl Allies;;
katavia, Martinico,.tuadaloupe & Havana Coffee a
Tierces, hhds. and bhis Mulcova.lo Su'gar,
21 boxes white and brown Havana .Su'gar,
Hyfoc, Souchong and Bohea Teas,
Cadiz, Turks.-land and St. Ubes Salt ;.
80 tons Hemp ; ,
82 pite!s Bavins DUCK ;:
250 pieces Ruflia.Duck ;
300 ps. Ruflia Sheetings, etirtled to debeunture.
IC' casksi Sugar Hoghlead Naeil,
2000tlbs prime Ivory-55 cous Logwood
32 hhds St. Crois Rum.
Caraccais and Ifland Ccoa,
200 ~'Oes real. Sp n .lh Cigr.s of the lfrft tjality
EXCHANGE on England.
For Sale ao Freight,
.^^ E THE Slio AL]fRED, bnrthen s4r
5ftons. She v*ill take a tterit frr'ausy
part of Europe, "ec. '27,.
Wanted,- .
FIVE good VESSELS,
from 'SO to -100oo tons Ihurlhen. sa
Spruce 1 to b rrth-Cartliuna and bIack
sto P.s,flcn-a|.ply to.
H N. ROOGER No. 36..India-street.













SThebrig BETSEY, about 120
t'~ ob, Any perfan who may pur-
chiafe the above brig, cah Rate a
full (eight for Dublin. Apply to J. W.QUINCY,
.6ip BStoker, No 2S, Lbng-whaff. dec 24
..- FOR FREIGHT,
iThe new brig ARCHIMEDES,
S-75 tousbuilt inthis towna ,i now in
!complete order, and wi-l take a
fr eight froi (his port to any'ofher, or will go to any
fOuntwern pott and take Freight ,for EurOpe. For
tefrmi, apply o BA.l.aao & H-arT, at their Ship-
" 'Yard, or ow board the Veffel at Union-Wharf, North
Elio' o Dec 2o"
EMh f. h .
E For Rio Ytaeirrs,

T.u rVIGILAN"T, will- fril.ifewdiaye.
fr, a few tons Freighr qr PafTag.,
r WEUtE huveinggdod h accornai6dations, apply
to thie Maaer on uoaid, at Brie's'Vli f, f Frt Hill,
or to Jo.aN PAK Lt S;S:s, No. 2U. .W I'harf.

heq *B dHiedg 'bri( G IRAM DahVid
IJ -latch, master, till i'ail with all pof-
sq teibledifpatclteh Fo freight or pailf
age apply to george liuroughsjr.No 9, India-f lret.
fY Mr. BtN setria PaiocTiis will go Out. ii the
abovb mentobnedveffel', for the pgirpofe of eflablifi-
i 0C lkirfelf at beTetirasa. a'C0nssidpn AMer.hant.
ReiquetNs the centignin-i of Merchandize iitended
for that market. ar.l will pay particular atte'union to
any bafinefa entrunled to his care. ep.',v dIc 13
-Fre{h Flour. :
'T'WELVE hundred hls fuperfine and tine Alex.
A. andria FEOUR~nll; arrived ii fch Agnes, for

000' ho L Alit, for sale,
S Th e fad fchi'r AGNES, a.Raunch
oOuJ v'l-- 12t tons. If fhe is not fold in a few
days, the will take Freight for Alexandria, arid fail
immediately. Apply as'abi)V de''94.

'William Little,
l4o: 2, Long-Wharf, Ha for sale,i
WIFTY boxes Tien Plates, n
2V 0 chldron Virginia Coal, for 'friths,
O30 do Liverpool do for grate---300 bbils Tar,
'500 do Turpentine-200 do pfin, .
SO e-le Splirt urpnIe,.'. .
20 M hhd Stayev and fading, .
20 M bbl Staves, .
40 crites Crown Glafr in, lr .e Sheer,
3'o. Sts deck naIl and Ipike ILpdg,
2000 horn Lanthor I.feaves,
1 box American BriRFle-400 butfiels Corn,
Wgb'sr patent Sufpfenders.
quat, .. 'aec, +
SThree VESSfiLS, from 70 to'loo
i ps. lo proceed to Catolrii, and bring cargoes'..to
BOflon. '. dec 17
Cook & Foufter,
N6.5 Indi d fir. Have for ifae,
SANDING fFoi feb. Fame. Ro kegs ofYir-
imnta manuratured TOBACCO, of a fuperior
quality, .dtec 20
'.., Hemp, Iron, &c.
F OR Sale-)0O tons Hemp; 100 do P. S.I. old
FS. Sable Irou, now landing from fiiop Adrina, fr
Peterfburg.
500 boxes w- white and browri -Ha-'
vana Sug1Aranding from brig Telgrapho. .
In Store-2O,000 Ibs. fine green
CnolTe for detailing ; 12,000 do,'flland Coeoa. In-
quice of J. (x a. L -IAPRRIS & Co No 11, Harris'-
teharf.e dec 20
George Bayios,
S. O''R No 39, Long wharf,
wIAS foa fle-400 boxes brown Havana Spigar
td,000 lbb Havana Cofree, iiand a few bbls; Mefs and
-No 2 Pork. Alfo-2 ets e-f Exchange on London,
amountir.eg to 1400 / fterl. dec 13
.... ROSIN.
SEVEN hliidred bWs" bright ROSIN, juft received
"S for fale by-W LOVERil4Gjr No 49, State.
,'ftea... i .... dec 13
Effence of Spruce.
C OOK & (OStER, No. s., Indla.ftreet,
hi ve f.r ali, 9160 bcx-.A of Efrence of Spruce,
.onaing 1 Jar dec
Barley.
A .A bi- aid far' BARLEY, at the Br6iewy on
Lrlehmoi ae-oit, Oear tse WCanal-Bridge. An
ixtra price given for tphai wdighing 6oIbi. and
uipwards, to the bafhe!.-GiaihsTuefidy and Fridays,
au;d Yea(t, every day, at the Brewery.
S Frefh Porter of, an iexellenit quality, ready for
deJiverey.. ': -- (In-.. Nov. rg..
lBarley wanted.
"AIM paid for BARLtY,'byTlioMias RohEnT-
s6 Sb & C6 2t their bfieivEi-ii h Rd6xbury, and
P oiter Cellar, No 19, Miiehanft't-Rbiw.
IfeptiS S4iia .. .
Barley and Oats Wanted.
W*.TA'FED to purrciaffe-lboO biifliels of new
'vBARLEY, arnd o000 do of OATS. Immedi-
ate application to be made to COOK & FOSTER,
3s,;:India-li-reet.. -dec I[?
SiWahnted, ,
SY JoNsArtHAN.o DAVIS, No. 41, india.wharf,
i aquantity of RED CLOVER SEED,well clean-
ed and free fri n foul teid; for rcich, the higher
price and tafth down will lie pid (eptf) dec 6

GUNPOWDER, SHOT, AND
S- LTPETRE.
E IT AHF W IlTHI N o N, No s4, State-
as, has frfalre-d- 9 qr afctsilhfpetled A-
a serican, Engli/li glazed, Tower proof and Dutch
GUNPOWDER; 'a few cailks refined Salhpetre; 20
tons "Shot, all kinds.-- 'tosns Erinftone.
Putitaferfor fhoain, (hitps ufeland town Rlotes,,
Swill fi.d it tor their Intereft to apply as above.
fept 2O (eptf)

"WINDOW-G'L ASS STORE.-
SI o 7IT, Merchaiht's-Row,
aOS. & DAVID ECKLEY, have for fale-
8 boxes,7, by 5- 5 hlosaI i6 by 9
5 do 7'b' 6 'S2 do -10 hy 10
1.00-do 8 by- 6 13 ,i 10o by 11
5 do e8 by 7 16. o It by II
00 do 9 by 7'' 28 do 1I by Jo
2 do 0 7 8 d'o 12 hy 11
0 O do 10 ,y '8 20 do 13 by 10
to do it by 8 r19 do .13 by 11
S40 do 11 by 9- 10 do 14 ly 13
S10 io. 1-2 by "8 14 do 1'5 by 12
e.' dS 12 .by : 23 edo 16 Isy 12
.S0 do 13 by 9 S2 'do 17 by 12
20 do 14 by 9 I3 do 18 by 12
80 do M,4 by 1I 5 do 19 by 11
SO- do' '14 ,.by. hI 5 doe 1 by 11
40 do 15 by It 14 'do 17 by 11
SO- do I.6 by 10 5 do-i'20- by I3
,6 do 16 bv I.I 6 do. 19 by 13
Alfo-170 boxes Tel6acco Pipes ; '3 crates Glafs,
Sflisedets; o fix-pound rape aind ron Sl.3,ot ; a
quantity of round Window Weights; C.'botofe',


A c. ', 7-dec Ih


Hard-Ware oods. -
A BRAHAMBAZIN, No 16, Cornhill, ia-
forinA.Ai. friends and the public, that he has
received by the late arrivals from Liverpool and
Britol,
An .etenlrve affortment of Hard Ware GOODS,
which he offers fof faleon reasonable terms.
RUSHES .
Warranted BRUSHES, fronmsA. Woodward's Brl-
tifh Manufadory, kept counfantly- OB hand, whole-
fale or retail. 6w .. dc 3

lHard Ware-.
Nbi562, Bfoad-flreet,
ANDREW ELIOT, ba recently, received and;
offers for fale, a great affortiienet of. Birrinig-
ham and Sheffield HARD WARES.
120 bundles Sheet Iron ; ,
50 cakSG-Cart, Waggen and Ckaife Bo#s ;
68 do Brats Kettles; S00 doz. Sieve 2oftoms;
20' baile Tvi-ie :
100 ealks rote add clafp head Nails ;
6 by S, 7 by 9 and 8 by 10, Crown Glafs, &c.,
Nov I' tf
.HA4RD-WARE.
Robert H wves, Juin.
No 25, Marlboro'-fhreet,
1.IAS received per the fiip Jiihn Adams, jo(f ar-
rived from Liverpool, a farther fupply at H.RD-
WARE. Al .ial
American-warranted houfe-Brufih-
es by the dozen dr fingl, trhanduai ured bh. a Mat-
ter Wasrkman and rccommtended equal to any ever
imported from Hollan'd s' i: niv 22

Hard Ward Goods.
COOK & PHILLIPS, No 9, Union-.treet,have
received by the fhip John Adants and brig Pa-'
triot, from Liverpool, a futtltcr supply of HARD
WARE GOODS, which with thofe bet .rc received,
will make t heir affortment complete of Cutlery, pla-
ted and coinmmon Saddlery, Ironatid brals Cabinet
tVar.es; Japanned Ware, inchliditg comonunan nd
fancv,iniou'cof & cream colored Tea Trays; Snuffer
Stands ; Bread tind. Knife Trays (to march) ; a
Iarge affoirttilet of' goat and Veo i Buttons ; Coffee
Mills Mortice aid other Locks; Hinges; Slhovel
and Toiigs Worfited and Litnin Girth ; diaper and
firaining Weilbbi; iron Shovels and Spades; Frying
Pa.ts; Nails ; cparfe and fine Clouts ; Brads; 81 I I,
antl 14 az.Taeks:; Lead Cafling Pots and Crucibles;
brats Nails ; Needles, &c.-which ate offered for
fale on liberal terms for cath or credit.
Nov 19". w
NEW PAINT STORE.I
HALL AND WELD,
lIM PORT their Goods front one of the oldest and
.:- bel eftablifhed Colour Houfes in Furope, and
they.casn with cokfiderice recomi.end their Colours
as the very beft.of their kind. They now offer foi,
file, the fi1usinmg articl.- at No. 1, Union-fireet ;
White Lead, Painttor's Brufhes, of all
S.,, ground in oil, fizes,
Red'Lead, White Wafli ,, ,,
Spani$, Brown, parking .
Venitian Red, / ,Fie Tools, of .all fizes,
Spanifl White, Sal1 ,,
Pari. ,, Round Camels hirTools,
Spituee Yellow, French, affiorted,
,, American, lat ,, ,,
,,'grouuldi noil, .in tin ,, *
Patent Yellow, CAfnels hair Pencils, ,,
Store ,, Swabs quill ,,
Verdigrife, Fitch 2
Vermillion, heft Englifh Sable Miniature ,;.
co,- pron, Graining Tools, affoi td,
S Chiliefec, Hog bait VarnifiiTools,
I:etl'bage, Stone, Pallet ai.d Putity
in-powder, K.iivcs,
Turkey Umber, Glazier's Diam'sids,
Terra de Siensa, Eurn- Pallets,
parsl, Elnery, afforted,
Db American, Pumkie Stolle,
White Vitriol, Tripoly,
Prtffiais Blue, Crocus,
Greehi Paint. Glafs Paper, afforded,
.oa PA it STAAtERS. Emei'y ,, ,
Fine Brown Oker, FINE PAINTS.
Veiditer Blue, Carmine,
Queen's ,, Drop Lake,
Slip ,, Yellow ;
French Giref, Brown Pink,
Olympian ,, Vandike Brown,
Verditer ,, Ahthwerp Blue,
Mineral ,, Nottingham White,
Rofe Pink, Flake ,,
DOntch Kisg's Yellow,
Englifi, .Naples ,,
bRomian Okei-, India Iak,
Orange Lead, Yellbw Ori,ittent,
Blue Black, Oiange
Lamp Black,bef: Englifli, Gainbouge,
V Aruricani, Sap Greed, '*
White Froft, Oxford Stone O6er,
Tellow ,, Putple Broni,
Blue Smalts, Frankfort Black,
Ivory ,,
.GILDING AND VARNISHING.
Burnifli Gold Size, |Beft Englifli Copal Var.
Gold Leaf, nifli,
Silver ., American ,,
Dutch Metal, ,, Spirit Varnifli,
Pale Broeze, ,, Japan
Brtiflihers, Gums Amber,
Gildet's "rirs, Arabic,
Japarier's Gold Sire, '?aftic,
Ghie. Enghlh and Amer- Sandrac,
icAn, Copal,
Stick Lae, Shell Lac.
Asso- -Bottes of Cake and Drop Water Col-
ors; boiled and raw I.ihfeed Oil; Spirits Turpen
tine black and bright Varnifhl, &c. &c. -
H. & Mt. again tender their thanks to their
numerous old and new Cuflomers, for the very lib-
eral encouragement given them this feafon, and af-
fre theIm and the Public, that they will not aban-
don' their plan or principle of felling none butgen-
uinearticles, and at the lower price.,
(f^" Paists put up for foreign market or
domefie ufe, with directions, &c. Sm nov 12

Paint Ware-House,
N. 1, Long-Wlarf.
pHJQti" OSBORNy hias received by the late
J ar'rival from Europe, an extenfive affortment
of PAINTS-Aron i'msitb are--
150 bis. White Lead, 150 do.
Spanith Brown-70 hhds Whiting ;
20 tierces Sprpce Yellow-300 wt. Gum Copal;
Gsim Shellack-gold and fiver Leaf ;
Glaziers' Dimonds-Painters' Boufhes;
Tools and Pencils-Copal Varni'h.
'A"e, every article in the colotir line generally ealtleth
for-all of which are for fale as above, at reduced
prices, for Cali or'Credit.
O3r Paints of the firhft quality put up at thf
fhtrtreft notice, for the Eaft or Weft India Market.
5Oct. (tf)
O To :Shoe Makers.
MOS FITCH, No 53, Cornhill-has on hand
Ruflifta Shcetring and Ravens Duck, (partially
damaged) which will be fold very lew, and Shoes
akenjn. payment. dec 6
To be Let,
SHOP, ianhd Chambler over the fame, in Ann-
Sfireet-a good fland for bhfinefs, three doors


weftof the draiw bridge. Inquire at No 4.9, Back-
fIreet. derc 11


Isaac Scholfield, Oae Evening br each Week. -
"' 2'o, 'o",rt-9lrees, A .QASS of 2d Qu .ier'. Scholari, is forfmiing 'to
'lr AS received b (he late arrivalIfrom Eiiglan'd, .g practice Cot I liuus ,hd Cotntra Dances, one
HJ. a v ev excellent affoitmeinfe of evening it each week, at Mr Nichols' Hall, Noi 9.
Stiperfine arnd middle priced Broadcloths, Weft-Ruw,Cuuri-ftreet-i-to c,'-nn.enre oiThurfday
confiftmg of hlaick, bfue, mnixed, bottle green olive, Evening. Dtc -2. For terms, applv *the s above
corbelW and brobin-fu 'r"fine, fisidadi-ih'lor, place. A clara of l~ ,'Ibcliolar. wil receive their
pri sd Caffimreisi, double aendfinle .iilled, various frft leflons on Friday evening, 22d luft.
coours--Peliffd Clhibtl-b'e PIMins-1,lhite, cJ, dee S 4w
llow and green Flannels, variot quatii.. .' rI'-F -'-,'r ......
All of w':tch are offered fur fate as abOv4~ by W I" .. =rK O
package of piece, on' liberal tefati t New system of WfRITI VG COPIES,
nni 19 etfl .. With elhto r anid' li.

Oains &Cola oie, '. Salem, Newburypoit, Portifiouth; Portland,
J4:&ingS -C oiam e, and other.places.- .
No. 3!, Marlboo'-.orret, "Writing is universally admitted to beof:all Arts,
H AVE received per theorthe H or and John Adams, that which is molt ufeful. t fcity.- Itjsbe lof
from Liverpool, the"remainder of thcir Fall iommerce-te pilare of tbe pst-the regular' ofthe
fuplly of GOODS, co.nfifling of future-and the mescnger Otftt l.
68 crates common enamerd an dd'teant colored Efcycledi .
Ware; The bed te'schiert rccomme-"' t I'.t all d'ast-lt,
6S do affo'ted, faitable for cotntr 'mer'chanlfis"; and ._'... i, he I.ir,,lied wil ... ,t .-g C.,pi thatre-ech
21 do and lihds blue' printed, myrtle anid com- fclhoraf might pofli'ls a good fet fur his vvn we and
mon enamerd Tea Ware ; enf i t." m OQA 22
: do luftre, gilt and porcelin" do dc --
4 do brown line Dinting'Sets; Ublicb Supplies.
5 do blue printed do'do new patterns ;- T'ROPOSALS will be received, at his Ofince fort
2 do Luftre Jugs ; suppliess of Medicines, Hofpital ltiirs, (or Gro-
2 do blue,,brown arid Chinefe piiinted Defftt Sets ceriesT Strgical lnflriimentp, blue, grafs-grfen, fcar-
Also, on 'band-l-A: general aflbrtment of China let, white, buff and black Cloths; white, blue and
'and Glafs Wares. ep2m 1 n noV" 6 "reii; r'fc, ;'fcarlet, wiiteblue, grafswgreen and
: t. 'Wiid T h"1butt Rauo icti. and Serges; leather Stocks &Cock-
o Jonathan Wl, Jn. adesw'th Eagles; Indian Saddles; dying ofwool-
No. 20j, Carnbill, Off's fr ,... 'en and hempen Goods; Hats, Military Ctps, Shoes,
27 packets hilk, Crapes, 40d p. 1 ) nd..ina Hlkf, Hofe, Shirting and Sheeting Linens, Buttons;, ale-
7 cafes SinchaWf, 42 bales Indria Cottonsi ing up Garments and Bed Linen, Pper and dther
2 do Satins,. vz. fow Sannas, fine Stationary, and in general for all kinds o'f suppliess
1, do plaided Silk, Battas, Tandal Sawns, usually procured for the PulTic farvice. Samples
2 do blk fring'd Hkkfs. Johnlettyds.leerboom and defcriptioirs, to which the Goods mnuft le found
1 cafe blk. Lufirings, Gurrahs, Meergungee to conform onia ftrif ifpeaion, will be furditfled
1 do black and cdlored Mamoodies, IChecks. zt the office. TEN,)H COXEI Puer yc.
Peifias, blue.Gilla Hdkfs. Ma Pf Pir'slqde, lldhla, D,', 16,1810.
2 cafes aflorted fewing drafs do. 86oty Romals (epow) dec 24
Silks, and Chintz. '. .-
Broadcloths and Cassimeres. tice.
Cambric Dimities, ton -ofe "'-15 all whom it ma' conce.n.-Ti. copartner-
4-4 and 6.4 white Cam-Black and late Worfted IT f mof i-.'v.. & Wov..s. ,4' I.ee lately
bric, do. .. diffolved by ntitual confeit ,tid l.jr Itj l SEAVR,
7 -8, 4-4 and 6-4 blackS cafes aflort Munins, one of the firm, emlp.owered to fettle the a~innrs of
coloreddo, Vefting,of different qual- the company; this is to give notice, fhat' tie faid.
3-8 to 8.4 cotton ShIaws, i ies, authority of William Seaver i. revoked, ait S'i.inuel
7-8 and 4-4 Linens, I cafe Linenl Thread, K. Gardner, E.q. anthiz.ei d to colle4 idx ficeive
6 cafes Calicoes, No from 10 to 90. all the debts which are owing to the faid' coari-ay.
I bale Wildbores, .1 cafe Velvets, of a fupe- Al perfons thetefure who re indebted to the late
I bale Bombazts, n irrm, are rqquefled to make immediAte payment t, '
1 cafe MancheflerChoeks,Whitc Marfeille'Vefling h in. WI1.lIAM SEAVER,
4 bales Flaonel# and Bai-. white Jeanet, 'LLI.M WOODS
zes, ong Lawns, Rxbury,D- 10. d l
Cotton & leather Braces, 'Cotton Laces, r' -. '
I cafe Cuttenr Balls, Spider Nets, NOTICF. .
1 cafe Milintcs, l cafe Tabby VeX.afs ; 5rWEitbh. Snbfcribers, having been appointed
I bale Serges,. 1 do 3-4, 4,4, 6-4, 7-4, V by the Hon. WiL)x.aiA HAeaTH, Efq. Judge of.
I do Plains, totfon Table Cloths, Probate for the county of Norfolk, to receive and
I di Duffils, 1 cafe Pins, e -iamine the .claims )f creditors to 'the eate of
2 cafes Ginghams, t1 do -men' and wiomei'sI DAVID SANFORD, lat# of Mid.sy. in faid county,
White & colored Cotto.i. Gloivet Clerk, deceased, rep'teferied- ihnfo ent; hoi eby give
Brown Hollands. notice, that thted months frornm tis ilate, (Whichi
I cafe brown IHollands, t bale Riffdil Dihperi, ben ig it adcidthin to the time, altekdy allowedd) are
I do Tafes. affortcd, lack filk Velvets, allowed to faid credit's to' rhg in and' prove thei'
106 ps Rifa flaSheetings, 'Ribbons and Galloofs, claiins ; that we wilt attentil that service, it the
450 ps Ravens Duckt) Velvet Binding, .' Dwellinim',, fe of Nahuirt Tlayet, it Medway,
10 bolts cotton Bagging, Black filk Florentinei 'aforefaid, on'ri the firf MondayV of Febrituary next,
1100 ps blue Nankins, Litten Cambric. from ti.o to fix o'clock', v.'s. in faid day.'
1500 l's re!low do. ABNER MORSE, 7
Blaankets andd KersefS. ELIHU POND, Y cmmf'rs.
4f0 pairs double Rofe Blankets, Bize from 6-4 to MAdway, lPec. 4,1810. (d)-
1,-4 fouare, making a complete affortmniet, and CE i hereby given, that t. fl..if. .er
will be fold at a reduced price; I OTic is hereby gven, ta-tebfber
36 psa Dvonfhire K.rfey, price frotai6a to 19 6 .LN Ihas been dly appoirnted- Adninftrattor to
per yarf; theEltalet of AMOS RICH'ARMD"N, jr.
90 'yards tow Cloth -CottonTickitg-Fatory late-ofMcdw ay,ln the county of N .iolk, YeBm ,
Cloth; &c. &e. 'he at emenioned'Goods are of- deceafedamsd has iatn upoihiTh:eli that twu by
feared by bale, piece.or yard, ot the tol reasonable giving bonds, as the Lawseifecrts And all persons
terms, for o'-af or credit. Thfe who wifli to pur- hIav.ing demand- ,pon nrhp Efate'of the faid deceaf-
chafe the above a"ticlei, vill fid it imhttch 6 their od, ar. requitre..o exhibit the fame; and all
advantage to call. 3m : ,22 perfo2 in deItd to the faid estate, ate calld
Suponto0kzepayment, to
Selling o ff che'an ABNER MORSE 'm'r.
HOMAS& ABEL VlyTON, No. f Medwav, N (d 1)'
JL llteet, wo tdoors ncrtli ofi the.'Ew Market, Tothe Public..
intending to make a nsw arrangement in their bufi- r'Y it law of this (iate, entitled n'an ,4 f r'
nefs, offer for fale tfhei whole fiock of Europeaud i t rd.ef..f Per Davijsn," pafed March,
And 1idi., GOUDO', it reduced prices for caf' or gQ, i8o9, il, f.,Lfcriber.fur a,, y.' after the pa-.
fhort arpiov.d credit; wholesale and retail. An fage of that af, is authorized to ul' and-irnprove
excellent opportunity now offers for fhopkeepers the kill he pwftffffes in curing the malady, called
to affort thefl Rocks, and families to fupply them- Cae V, This 'aa, was paifed upon fatisfadory
fe'ves with a great variety of Goods adapted to the .proofs before the Legifature of the Fate of N. y.
fealon. All perfons having demands on the above that the fubfcriber pofleffed a radical cureldr that
firm are requefled to prefeit the fame fdrfettldment; moflt dreadful.of all maladie, the Cancer.
and all perfins indebted are requefted to make im- Whereas Dr JOHN COATS has been appointed
mediate payment. h the fubfctiber as hi. Agent for the New-England
S' ~ ttfates. to cure the malady callc* Cancer, and hi..
NOTICE. The 'ftbfcrier Intending flirtly of hee supplied by him V10 nIlaifter for that puruidle:
leave this country for England for the purpofe to Thiiss to inform tle Public,the .ement for gord'
purchasing Goodsoffers his services to importers to "eafons is now dn'ibited betwcen'f7 eh.ari int tle
fellt CGoods for a finall commiitisn ; any batinefs fubferiber will no longer consider the hid Coats his
committed to him will be faithfully attended to.--- Age-it, furnifli him with Plaiter, or be accountable
Having been engaged in the dry goods buinefs in for any ill practice he may be guillt-of in future.-
this town for thirteen yearn lal paft, he is confident For the caufq of humanity, fuch Printers in the N.
he ans mnake a election of goods well calculated for England fate ; as think the public interefed in the
this markei.Trothore perlois with whom he has done cure of this malady, are requefled togiveit one or
butinef., 1,e prefumes this notice will be fufficient; two inle sions in their Papers.
and to thole Unacquainted with him refpet9able dec 20 PIETER D 'VISON.
references will be given. THOMAS VINTONI.
Nfov. 1i.-' (6w) New-England app rwved Eye-Salve.
At R bury Street Variety Store, 'T'HE Proprietor of this invalttalle competition
A t m ry"tret Variety Stre, i i. ndcbted to a late celebrated medical char-
Sigth of the Pad-Lock. adler for this fpecifice for the Eyes.
B BENEZER FOX, has for fale-a general I t may be considered as a new discovery,
affortmnnt, recently replenflA'd with well cho- being never before made public. It is far superior
fen Goods, feleded from the .lateit arrivals, of Cut- to all the Eve-waters ever invented ; is perfec tyfafe
lery, Hard, Hollow,, rockery and Glafs VWare- and fitnple,yet an active and efficacious preparation,
Sahool.1boks and Stationary. Alo, bas-Cham!ber- allaying ill stchingof watery eyesremoving by fleady
lain's Bilious Cordial, Tinaure "of Saffafras, Dim application all rednefs therefrom. There are many
Eye-Water,grteen wound Salve,Vegetable Itch Oimt- perfonswhofe organs of vifien aret o delicately fuf-
meit, &c. e .. .. ptible, that only one g'afs of wine or cider intme-
And has jult received a general anfortment of Pa- diately affects them, and is productive at the famrn
per Hangings of the molt fafhionable figures, and as time of the moft unpleafant fetifatins ; the heat of
great a variety of patterns as is kept at any tore in the fun, or a hot fire alfo generally produces upon
Boftonfrom 30 cents, to 2 dis ,50 cts pr roll, with fuch perfons a hkedifagreeable refsslt-For all thlefe
the th fafliionable Borders. and many other complaints, this composition is an-
The above will be fold as low is can be purchaf- infallible remedy.
ed at ainy florein Bolton. : It effetually prevents the fecretion ef that
Conflant attendance, ard the fmalleft favors ac- vfcous fluid in tle eye, by which during deep tey
knowledge _-g 3m c.f... 5_ become glued to each other-after rditdg, writing,
Pratt & Andrews, or working by candle-light, thle eyes a-e iritated
No. 30, State-Jfreet, and inflamed, this ointment will afford a molt aflon-
HTAVR received per ifhipsuno & Jane, from ilhing re:if. No person troubleti with what are
J- Liverpool, and Kingflon, from London, termed weak eyes, and regard their looks or comfort,
Broad Cloths and Caffimeres of various cel- (lould be without a box of this truly precious oint-
orsand qualities :-fisperfine ribt'd Caffimeres;- ment in their pocket.
Hunter's Cloths; Plain and Printed Peliffe Flannels; For Sale, only at the Genuine Medicine Ware.
Calicoes; Furnitures; 6-4 Shawls-afew elegant 7-4 houle, corner of ,lrnt.-tr''-et. (2m) A'No. 22.
and 8-4 ditto ; Fancy Hdkfs; Ginghams; Silk and Apothecary's Ihop in Roxb--- ry.
Cotton do; (ambric Munins ; Cotton Shirtings; Apothecary hop in Roxbury.
Dimities; black and cclor'd, plain and twill'd Sarf- TIHE Proprietorinforms his friendsand customers
net Cambrics ; black glaz'd Hat Linings; Ferrets; .1. that hlie keeps conflantly on hand, a general atf-
worried Bindings; Scotch Threads; patent color'd fortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c &c.-ar.d
do; Galloons ; Dome top twift Buttons; China and hasjafit received a.frefls supply, and of a equality e-
Sarfnet Ribbons; Hair do ; Barcelona H1dkfs ; black qual to any of theShops in B''tflon,and will fell ttentlm
Silk; Florentine and corded Tabby Veftings ; few- at the fame prices. He acknowledges the paft,and al-
ing and embroidering Silks; and Silk Twift-Alf-- fures then, that no exertions on hisi part (hall he
Superfineblack, navy blue.foreft green, corbeau wanting to fecure their future favors.
and olive Weft of England Broad Cloths, of very fu- Phyficians' prefcriptious carefully .attended tu'
rperior quality. The Proprietorconflantlyattertds in perfon.
The above whih the remainder of their Receipts nov 2se 6w
hy previous arrivals, are offered in large or fmall TrO> I -.
qisafatities~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ onvr iea rr, w nv8'"


quantities on very liberal terms. Gw nov ND poffeffton given on the firf o f Pecremer
D R. SHURTLEFF, has removed to No is, .X al brik HOUbF., in good repair, fitaitedl in
Hanover.ftreet, lately occupied hv Dr Kaft--/ Buttolph.frtr~r. now in the nccIp.atin of Mrt And
and exaaly opposite the Hon John Coffin Jones. Adams. In)i:ire at thle ftore of Me!i-> C. & H. F.
nov 29 eptf BARREI.L, Coi'.uN-fqjar,. Gw nov. 2S


& XiD Sro s.
CUtSHNmG & LINCOLl,
: Nt. 38, M'arlboro'-Sfreel-Sign 'f lhcilue .el!,
INFORM their cuftowers, and the ptublie itt.
l geeral tl-at they have tin hand-
An elegarit affortmenst of Ladies' SHOES,
made of the fiift qu~alityE ngli3 Kid: compriffng a
variety dof colors, viz-buffi, blue, bloffomr l'tiiloiu,
oli"e, late, tea,pur pie, blatckwhite, ad various coiA-
ours figirred.-nade in a flperiornitvle. Alo,
Blue, Purple, Green, and Red WAI.KING
SHOES-made of the firft quality: of E.igijyh A-o-
Or C. & L: tender their thanks to the public fur
the very liberal flhare of patronage recei, ed the fe,
months they have been in. bufinefi; and hupe, hy
their uiniemitting eserti,- toc ao .rrr.ii.,, i,'ifl. m.a-
frs widh ithe m,.f F 3.,; 1.%" -t i. 1 i-1..,
tr merit a coniuuijue ul t hl i f.!.\,i .
Nov-'6 -6'
'Fresb and superi. London MEDI',
., tIA'ISJ-
At the Genuint/ AMed'ne I- r.e- usr, earner of
it'tatr street.
r P. VWHITWVF LI., ha. iu reccited per the
New-galen, hi iallfupiyuF o ..
DRUGS MEDICINES'
'-A4mg which arn-.
Aqua 'ortisa ; Calcined Magnctie, ufan ex-,-
traordinary quality; Colt's foot aud 'l'dlu .owzen,'
ge-s; poches of.Surgeons' Inftlrumeunts; tooth do ;,
Tooth Bruflies; Courj, PliaiPfter ;lip salve ; Dro/.-:
I.ake Carmine ; fig, bue, rehd and colored Wafers
Vermillioni; Guin Tragacinh ; Gold Leaf, &c. &c.
Phlyficians' prefceiptions peifiindll `htein.lsJ to'
at all times, with accdraey and d:7t9l (fa
Children or Servants nay be tent herewith faft-
ty, as no article will be delivered, which i' noit to
the treft quality, and by thofe fully c.Jntci or tio
the buliael'i.; f I ,
Medicine Chefts for fliin's,or family ufe rea-
dy prepared, or put up-at the fliortef notice
Soal 15 3m

INDIANTOOTiTH-ACHEDROPS4
A! N efficacious renerly for the Tooth-Ache
..-1 hias' beeis fdtfovrerd'byi -he pr',prieit, which
has never filed in hunarlds if )Applicatini ; tll'e
drops eradicat tihili;.of all others, mtoft irkflnie-and i
;intolerably painful dileafe ; ,and.hve a happy qual-
irv to pieveitr' t14 .tooth achl during lile and keep
the teetli white.
CERTIFICATE.
.Nwmi-2to, Dae. 1 'lb, 1808.-At the request dfMr.
Mitchel M'Carty, Idodirrify, I wai fevel-el afflUi-
ed with thetouoh-ache ana paii in my face.- On
the fieff-of Septinmher lafi, I peaured a phial of lib
drop':; on the Sd' Iwas entirely'relIevd Adid .have
not, hadit ficee'-addfallo tat my black' girl has
beent r li f-el .ly alTied. eitlrthe tooth actll.' I
rlrcured her a plhial of the fanmidrope, which'alfd
ieleved her.
GABRIEL. fUR MEN, A s, t'saW reer,N. Yrt

C.r, afit.' f,/,m the folowiingperfos.
New-lT ri, I s t, ,7ie, I bo,l.-tefi Ce tifiitetffeHen-
ri Ahdirtries, 78,' Maideu-Lat. '.. : '
Halifax, Ilth May, 1 So9-the Certificate oftapL.
G. .Biow*, Wafer-StreeE- '",, .. .
Shelyifd, lOt& yaii 180)9-tlie Certificateof ~yamd
RoSu,, near the Soitlh-Barritk.
Ialifa, 16/' iHtw, 180o-the Certifirat& of W.
Cinroy, Watet-flfreet. ries, pW phial--50 rntt.
The above valuaable Dtops ate for fale, continual-
ly wholefale and detail, by M..McCARTY,o/a,yt,
',o. 1, Hanove|-fiteer, hborfon. 3m fepe 27.'

Patent Truss Manufattory.
At the fign of the' Erg & Trr, No 8,
Tr IRUSSES an.d Bantidaget-of eVery defcriptio*.-
Swith and.widhonut Steel Elatic Springs,, cuon-
ftanitly on hid,*ind Truiffe made fir males .-.
males at tlhe fliortf0 hotice, of aby g ttestrert
from t*o to five dollars each, and ",fi-auted it re-
tain the mDt revere Hernia. "
Mi. Beath wvifies to acLq& ti thie' Stlli, tlhalt he
has for,fevetal years inmade the diff4os'iit cafes off
Euiturte hs principal lady. I he Iolpoirtiutiies he
has had in the different climate, uf ."'i.cricca abd ri'-
.ldia, in opcning- ir. fii view :ea diffreist tfates (,f
-i-i ,a,stnu til, fcltcd ot chmate on ti.emn,and flie
differeat-nmdes ufed fhrr their reieliton ha, given
hin a fuid ufiit',rmniatiou fiduns obtained by i Me
chanic.
N. B. The above'"Pruffr. are cotiflantly .t it for
fale by Mcffrs W.B. W,,i ri, No 4-Ii, larh..n,,ugh-
glreet, anti by C. HoLBRaooK,at the ign if S I.uke'a
Head, at the core r ff Middle nlreet,and Maitihall's
lane. tf aug 9
MViddlefield Free-Stone Comi pany,
." AVING taken aflore at theIed ,of thce wrli ~r
S. beloning" 'to. Samuel Cpbb,, Lfq,. p Fronf-
fircet, offer for fale-Stotneof all digmefioles, calcn-
latcd for building of Houres, for ,'acings, Caps,
Stools, lelts, and for every purpose forwhiicl6 Free-
flones are used in this eoit'itry. They likewife man.
ufaicture at the fame place. this fRnfe for fire-placesi /
to be 'ufed with or ;.iaui "grates, which are pro-
nounced by many who,have feetn aidti4ed them, 'to
furpafs in elegance and dourabili-y any'lling of the
kind heretofore in ufe. rire-places made at this
manufacrory and fct, may be fees at the flore of N.
Raggles,.'Elr. No. 49, 'India-wharf; at iMr. vtilh.
Marfton's.fnre India-flreet; atlT.H. Pehtinn, tfq'
Loufe, now building in PearIl-treet, and at the ftre
of McRfrs. Gardner and Downer,.3Mcrcharitt.Row,;
a number are kept conolaintly for ii.fpection and
tale at the manufactory.
N. B. Genilemen who contemplate building are
invited to call and -examine the above Stone, and
the Fire-places, the making ule 'of which, there is
no doubt will be fund ufeful,uoznamental and res-
fonable. 3m nov 5

Farm in Hopkinton, (N. H.)
OR SALE- An' excellent FARM, fthuated ia
F Hopkiuton, Newham;'flirre, oo'the great road;
leaihg from theCourtchufe to Warner-i- out two
miles from the Courthloufe. It contains nhe hun-
dred a:res of as excellent Land for mowing, tillage
and patiring, as can be fouud. Thirtv acres of faid
farm is intervals of the se;t quality.v well wooded
and watered, and will keep twenty head of cattle
yearly. There is a good dvIlinghoife, two florieu
high, wel i d, 40 by 30 feet. and tv. barns ia
good repair, 78 by 30, with fufficient outhonfes, and
good well of water. Alfi, an orshaxd, which will
make thirty barrels of cider yearly. Said far.n will
be fold on reafoable terms, by the fulAfcriber, living
on the premifes. LElWIS BAILEY.
Hopkinton, N. II. Dec. 0. 4w

Valuable Farm !
FOR fa,c, that celelratd, valuashile and. delllir-
Sful FARM, called the Chatdler Farm, -n the
Weft Bank of Conneient River.,in Brattlelbro.
Vermont-cootaining between iwn'jnd ihree hii- 4
dred acres of excellent Land, rr.urch tI it intervale.
The price at.d terms wilt Ie liberal. Appliceticu
may be made to tle fuhfb':ilers in Pof:on, or to,
Stnam'i. Elliot, Eq. Ant ir.y at Law, in Pratlh'nori'
PtRKER, API'PLE'ION & CO.
not .. lw.dp ,*, 9 Prcad.lreet.
'Wants a Flute.-


Young-o MAN wlio !n been let.(inE in ajcrnn-
-. try-fore, wri: e a faiir hand an n pri.dnce
ftisfadlory xccorn'.c.nd.rlins, wants tcgain cMrplov-
ment in an Engl;fh GCwds Store to obtain a better
kcow.'ledge i-. breh cf 6i:fcs. dtc l0
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