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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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Presents Christ
'and N .Tew ars. o
J AMES W. t14RDITT, St CO.
Have imported, and, for fat,
At Franklini'-.Had, Caurt.-tret,
Agood assortment of JUVENILE
Pn>,lications, conigifig of Children'sBooks, in various
Uries, aind prices;
LIBRARIESS m Rtxe; DISSECTED MAOS,
and PL;ZZLEm, with aaTriety of other article,
for the ,iformiatiuhn nmid iflruiion of thb ning
generation. -ALSO-
A large collection of Books, fruit.
-able fur all ,gI, -ansinig which are neat and hand-
ojme Pocket FJ;ri,,i., of the molt celebrated Au-
thnr. ,II the 1helihl, I.anguage. dec. 44
tChri Imasis &New-Y ears Prefents.

j-UNROE & FRANCIS, No 4,,Cornhill, have
a large affortment of Children's BOOKS, Ivo.
ry Alphabets, &c. together with handfomee !Pocket
bIBL-:i, rf all kinds and prices. deie 24

,.P--P cket and Fani,.y cils '".'
A N arortinent of POCKEt Brll 'om one
dollar and twenty-five cents, in four doll ts
each, in common (heep, calf, and morocco bindings,
a one vol and in two vols very, proper for NeW- '
,ear's G.Ft', may be had at the BookfIore of Them.'
as .'l Andrtua, No 45, Newbury-ftiriet. Where
mrnay alfobe had FAMILY BIBLRE, Ofall prices &
qualities, from 3 ddlls 0 :cts to 1S dolls, in every
variety of Binding, with and %without plates. Alfo,
SCHOOL BIBLE.S and SCHOOL BOOKS, of 9v-
erydefcription,at regular pH-lee--with a gitat va.
riety of MUSIC BOOKS. for Singiag Schnots and
Societies. dec s O
SHAMROCK:--oR
1TBERNIAN CIt RONICLE.
HE puhblcaticn of" the; above paper corm-
-L menced at New-Yprk on Saturday,' 15th tift.
Gentlemen in and near Bofton who wifli to fub.
fcribe for ,he ShamrH-i, are reqnefled to leave their
names with Mr A. CASCAlIN, at the Gaette Of-'
fice, he being inliorized to receive fubfcrptions for
tbe rfame, and beung furnished with the firfs ium-
bers lor the icccmmodation of fuhfcribers.
The friends of Erin and thofe who take an Inter-
eft in the affairs of that unfortunate county, once
the" fweeteft Ifle of the oceah," may now have an
opportunity of obtaining the earliest and moft au-
thentic information from'that quarter. The Editor
has fpared no pains to render the paper worthy the
public patronage.. dec 24
SClrgymai. saug ter.
T 'HIS day puablifhed, and for fale at JOSHUA
JL BElCHER's Printing-Office, Congrefs-fireet,
and at the BookIft6res of Bliss, State-fireet and
,.lirte d'? Francis, Cornhill-
The Clergyman's Daughter :--a
Tragedy in five a4,, by William Ci rl. Il'l ne, as,
performed at the Bolton Theatre; with the original
Epilogue, by R. T.Painej. ae. et dec 17

Thornpfbh's Chemiftryi.,
-'jIBURD'IT & Co8atFzahiTt &iiaa i,L'Oru.,-ttrt
TrHewAs & ANO arws, 1. 13. WAIT & Co. and 1-
SAtAn TboMAs, jr.
Elements of Chemiftry, by Dr TuoMssoN, being
'the fubfiance of his celebrated fyftem, in 5 vols,, fo
arranged by himfelf as to form a complete introduc-
'ion to the feieuce, embracing all the new difcover-
es." dc 17.
Ch4ffic Poemrs.
"THIS Day pubhflited, the POETICAL WORKS,
of Dr. T. Ssillett, S. Jobnfon, and 0. Gldfmith
-with an accwnr of the lives of theft celebrated
inthors-neat'y printed in 8,io. ln v*ol. at l.dol.
in boards ; or thsu wbrkc of eaci feparat'e, at'34 cents.
Published Ind Afor ale by Afali'el Brown, Charlef-
town ; and E. Larkin, Munron and Francis, J. W.
Buhrditt & Co. gad other Bookfellers in Butfon..
A. BRiow,'h s for fale, at his Store-4-Boo]b, Sta-
tionary, Paper HaDgIngg', -aud fancv articles.
Ad t 'il I i/Jhjort'-.-A New Edition of the
1Ew TSTzvAMiNT, in 12;mo. printed with:theftnme
type a-. the above mentioned poems, on a good hlinie
Mieper- Price single 5 cents. To accommodate all
claffei of puarchfiafers, a part of the edition will be
printed on paper fomewhat inferior, and fold at 50
and 62 I centi, according to the f (tii of the bind-
ing. A liberal deduction will be made from the
above prices to thole who putchafe to fLll again.-
A neat, accurate, well printed edition of ihe New
Tefbament, has long been wanted; the publisher in-
tens* this iall be fuch an onie ; and he therefore
"conedently folicits encouragement in his underta-
Icing-Gentlemen will pleafe addief> their orders to
the publisher in Charleflown, Mafs. dec 1?

Bofton, Providence & New-York
New Line, Winter Eftabliftiment.

T HE SUBSCRIBER;) prefent their grateful
acknowledgments to the public for the very
liberal encouragement they have heretofore expe-
fiencgd, and inform them, that they continue to run
the New' Line of Suges from B,n~an to 17eiv-Tork
through Prs.id.-n' e
The Stage will flirt from the Boflon Exchange
Cof[U-Houfe, every day in the week, at half patio 8
o'clock, A. M-Dine at FrU LLc.a's half-way Houfe ;
and arrive at Providence at hilf-paR 4 o'clock, P M..
Iteturning, it will leave Providence at half-paft 8
o'clock, A. M. and arrive at Boaton at half-paft 4, r.M.
For the accommodation of the above Line, and
fach other lines as may with for their afilq..nce, the
Subscribers have opened an Office, on the floor of
the Bofton Exchange Coffee-Houfe, at which con-
Rtant attendance will be given; and where Paifengers
may make a fafe deposit of their Baggage.
IVy The Books, for the entry of Palfengers, ;I11
be kept at Mr. BanDLETy'S Tavern, Elm-street, and
at Mr. G A NO a's Coffee-Hoafe, Brattle-square.
The Fare for each Patfenger, from Boton to
SProAdd-nc", will be Two Dollars. r .
Each PaflTenger will be entitled to hei conveyance
of twenty pounds of Baggage. All baggage beyond
that weight will be carried for the ufual prices of
other lines. .
The Subfcriber aficre the public, :that no atten-
tion ftiall be pared to render: this nie'w Eitablith.
ment worthy of their patronage ; and that fuch
bufinef& as may be inrrauled to their care, fl(hall he
punctually and faithfully tranfi:'led.
Paffengern in the Eaftern Mail Stage,which
Arrives at Boflon at I o'clock, a S. will be affured
of Seats in this Line, for Providence and New-York
which artss at lhalf-pat 8 o'clock.
ANDREW SEATON,
SDANIEL UPtAM,
.B(In, Ca. 8. b'PPHEN FULLER,
)0 EBENEZER FOSTER,.


JOHN BROWN ..
O FFERS his ftrvices to the Public ast BROK-
O., ER,has taken an Oftice in the Exchange-Cef-
fe- Hoiufe, at ithe entrance of the front door in Can-
grefrs-flrert where e is ready to negotiate STOCK,
EXCHANGE, NOTES, and every SPECIES of
PAPER. His beft endeavors hall not h, wanting
to give fatitfaltion to thofe who may employ him,
dec 24

-F1 r he h!fdrnialian ,f all concerned.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
W May 2dd, 18s.0.,
HEREAS in 'conformity 'wth the provisons
made by law for the reimburfment of the Exdcanged
Six Per Cent St act, created by the fecond felton of
the adt,~ntitled," An adt, lupplementary to tht a&
iatitult A an adi m-akin provision for the redetnp-
tidn ok.the whole, of the public debt of the United
Staes," puffed on the II th day of February, 1807,
it has been determined by the Cortiiiffioners of the
Sinking Fund, that the. residue of the Principal of
faid Stock should be reimburfed on tht firft day of
January neit; PtaiiAc NOTICE is therefore given
to the Proprietors bf the CertifidAtes of ExcHANOED
Spa Psa Csar S-btck, created by the adt-Iafore-
- FA ,Ulhtt.lLjip f*p thewholesmmount Offald'
Sock not heretofore, reimburfed, will, on furrender
ot the certificates, be paid on the firft day of Janua-
ry 181 1, to the refpedtive fockholders, or their le-
gal representatives, or attornies duly confliuted, ei-
ther at the TaitAsuRT. or at the LoAN Orrlca where
the flock thus to be reimburfed, may then ftan'd re-
dited to the proprietors thereof.
It is farther made kvovon for the information of
the patties concerned, that no transfers of certificates
of Ax6ranged Six Per Cent Stac from thr oash of the
Treastry. or of any Commissioner of Loans, Will be al-
lowed hiter the Fias r rAY of December next; anid
tliat the iniereft on the whole amount of faid flock
will teafe and determine on the day preceding the
day hereby fixed for the reimbursement thereof.
ALBERT GALLATIN,
Secretary ifthe Treaury:s
May3 r. (Imt i fJin)

iiblic Supplies.
tROPOSALS will be received, at this bmce for
supplies of Midicines, Hofpital (lores, (or Gro-
ceries) Surgical Inftruments, blue, grafs-green, fear-
let, white, buf' arid blark Cloths; W*hite, blue and
g'reen Kei-fys; fsarlet, wi.ite, bllue, grafs-greer and
buff Rattinets and qerges; leather Stocks & Cock-
ades,with Eagl si Indian Saddle.; dying of wool-
en and hempen Goods, Hats, Military Caps, Shoes,
Hofe, Shirting and Sheeting Lidens, Buttons, mak-
Inog hp Garments and. Bed Lifen, Paper and other
Stationary, and in general for all kinds of fupplies
usually procured for the Pdlilic service. Samples
and, descriptions, to which tlif Goods muff be found
to conforpi on a 1frid infpetion, will be furnished
at the office. TENCH COXE, Purveyor.
Purveyor's-Ofie, Philadd e.ia, D'. 16, 1810.
(dp2w) dec 24


.+, : N lSotice ..... .
T HE Subfcriber has Removed to Store,
: No.,15, Centrai-,-tret---ti tenders his service
to his friends and the public, as AUCTIONEER&-
he will alfo tranfactA anxClan.iffloJL.uets Itb


,they mayave the fullhetllnteaaene;wnttbexKeCMid-
with fidelity and difpath.
5' All orders will be promptly attended to.
STEPHEN BROWN.
STORAGE in a fafe Stote-Inquire ap above.
Dec. 17 I(4w)


SSTEEL.
'HE fubfcribers refped fully inform the public,
that they have kot their Steel Manufactory n
Canton, into operation in which they' make Steel in
the fame procefs as it is made in Germany. They
will Warrant it to be equal to anty ever imported for
all kids of work, whereit requires the bef of fleel.
They gave appointed SAMUEL BILLINGS, at No
26, India-fitreet, their ageot, where' the article is for.
fale, and thofewho iwanit can 'be fupplied with any
quantity ad of any fiape that may he wanted.
The above f6el is diamped with the name of the'
inventor and proprietor "DUNBAR & LEAN-'
ARiD" and alfo the American Eagle, wfth his tal-
oas reftfiog son the word fleet. Samples of the above
fteei, ,ay be feei .at Mr John Gibfon's, Mr John'
F.Priel's, and ;t Mr Saimuel Billings', Agents to
faid Vanufa&oring Company.
dec 17 THOMAS & WILLIAM DUNBAR.

MILLSL-TO LET. :
AIJNE Chance for idufitrions enttrprifing
ioungMea-The Millit at the mouth of Sitoiney
Brooi, in Chelmsford, formerly owped by the late"
Judge Losvrer.s, of Roxbury, will.ie Let on;ortle-
fore the Sirft day of April next :--'They'are well
fituated at the mouth df the Brook,to receive timber:
ouiit of the river Merrimack, and return the Stuff
after faweil to Bolon, by boats through Middlefex
Canal, or to New'dury-port, by rafts-The Mills-
confift of two Saw*, and two runs of Stoades-they
iill be let for one or more years, as will befl #,it-
witha good Dwelling-homfe fiiitible for two families,
with more or lefs Land, as will belt fuit. For fur-
for further pariticularp,, inquire of the Subfcriber,
living near faid premifes. .
WILLIAM ADAMS.
Dec. 24. (Sm)

Dorchefter Mill Corporation.
rITHE Proprietors of the Dorchefter Mill CorpIora-
l. tipn are hereby notified, that their annual
meeting for the choice of Officers for the tranfa.&ion
of the ufual hufinefs of the annual meeting, will be
holden at SHAw's Hotel, Commercial-Point, onMon-
day, January rth, 1811,at 3 o'lock,P. M. Abfent
Proprietors may vote by-proxies duly anthorifed,- '
A general attendance is requested.
ABNER GARDNER, Clerk D. M. C.
Dorchefter, Dec 24.

Large Ptemises in State-ftreet.
O BE LET-and poffeffion given on the
Sfirft day of January next-all the PREMISES
at prefent occupied as the Cuftom-houfefituated in
State-ftreet in Borion, the fame being suitable for a
.Boarding-houfe, .private family or Office. Inquire
at No 69, faid ftreet. dec 24

SLEIGHS.
FOR Sale, at WHEELOCK's Repofitoryr
Back of the Province-Houfe-No 24, Marlbo-
ro'-flreet- I SLEIGH (lined with bearAiin) and el-
egant Harnefs, the gentleman being gone to Europe,
it will be fold cheap for cafhl-1 tub-bottom do-S
Sleighs and Harneffes-a number of Bells-Sleigh
and Bonby.hack Runners, &c.
Conftantly on hand for Private fale-Horfes,C'r-
riages And Harneffes bf almof-every defeription.'
dec '


Tnrmsting irfcs ta n.

FOZ THE, CHKONICLE.0

To ai, Critical ReieWtcers of Boston, in 'The
State of Marjachu.etts. ,
Youa reitview for the month of OADoner lal, (lof
which a copy-hlas been politely luruiflied me Iy a
gentlemdn of high lfsnding and iefpedabilitv) is
wholly taken up with my memorialaLid papers' futi.
mitted to C'oogrefs, ducriag their leaf.ff i..n, relative
to the eltablifliment of a lIrft meridian in and for
tlee Unldi Statc.,-the report of a fled committee
t'leron,-and. your critical retharks on :ie % prk -
You have, no doubt, for a judkicioW reafon, been rel-
pedfully filerit fo far as the report of the commit- 1
tee has beeh concerned, but tome, if not all iny pa-
pers have been fcrutinized with minutenefs of per-
ception; and yoifeem to have beet induftriouily
'ihnplovedfrqm the beginning of May to the month h
of OiAober, in ranfacking the pagei of Melils. La
Lande, Malkelyne, La Place, Vncee, Mackay, Burg,'
arid other celebrated astronomers of Europe, tO en-
able ot todiCcover the imperfeftidis of my plan,
and, inyour eflimation,,the incapacity of the per.
feon who proposed it. There appears to be a fort
of t 1 'iitl cunning, under the difguile of afFeed
p.moderation, that runs hi devious meanderings P
throughout every part of your illiberal remarks.-.
You have very artfully endeavored to demoliflh the
fiperflrudlureithat you hitlht the more effeitually '
deftroy the foundation :-in plain terms, you have
attempted to imprefs On the minds of the Ameri.
can cmmunitcy a belief, that I am totally unfit for
the ta&k I have undertaken, and that the object and
refult of my'labors ought to be contemptrobfly dif-
regarded by the national legillature. Your infidi-
ousqefign,-yoltr local and political prejudices, are i
too lightly covered by a plaufible fhow of difpaf-
fionate invefligation, not tobegafily difcerned. As A
you appear to be utter rangers to candor and mag-
nanimity of foul, you are by no means entitled to
groat homage from me on account of your inquifito-
rial charadler and talents. I advife you, on all fu-
ture occasions, to remember oni of the texts taken
from the sacred record of infallibility and truth:- ;
" Whatever measure ye mete, the fame halal ne mea-
fared to you again."
The lanl paragraph contained in your precious
more au of criticism, is in the following words :
"Weihall conclude, this review which from the
importance of the fubjedt, we have beeftinduced'
to extend Io a great length, by observing that in our
opinion, the work of Mr. Lambert, both as it ref-
peats its object and execution, is wholly undeferv-
ing l(e patronage of the national legislature; and
we sincerely hope that honorable body will difcoun-
tenancq this, and all future attempts to introduce
innovations of this ratute, which would only t&nd
to create' confusion, and increase the labour in the
calculations of geography and navigation." And
in page 257, of the fame review, you fay-" WeI
fiall now proceed to examine the physical and
mathematical part of Mr. Lambert's work, which
is for the moll part, a compilation, with many need-
lefs repetitions and palpable nmifakes, evincing a
greatwant bf knowledge in the principles of he
calculation,". .
.'demand, ih explicit and unequivocal terms of
you and your mathematical coadjutors, (if any you
have) to examine the computation of the longitude
of the capitol in' the city of Waflaington from
.=' l't data contaiaeigu
y paper No. 2, and point out a 'tri cl you
can alma piaspcf\ Iff reflsit -Thi incoming at
once to the point 'in queftiin ; and let us have no
more of your igenious quibblings, fophiflical eva-
fions, and fubtle prevarications, fo far as they re-
late to my plan, its execution, or its author.
The objections which,, by a kind of magical de-
lufion, you have conjured up agaiqfl the eftablifh-
ment of a fir(t meridian it the permanent feat.of
the'federal government, are of fuch fliinfy texture,
that I am really furprifed at your temerity in exhib-
iting them topublic view. They are, indeel,worthy
the imagination that conceived, and the genius
which brought them forth; but,, like the bafelefs
fabriktof a vision," they; canhet, or ought not to
"leave awreck behind." 'We will examine fpme
of them, though not, perhaps, in the exadl, order
in which they have been'Introduced.
In page 9$1, yow fay-.-" n general, wO fnd that
the; I&,Vg;ag and frfl meridian go together ; for as
t)se Engfilh, French or Spanilh language prevails,
the fird meridian is refpedively Greenwich, Paris
or,Cadir.", This principle.being wholly inapplica-
ble to couutriet other thau Englith, French and
Spaniflh colonies or dependencies, how are the U.
States of America hound by fuch regulation or ac-
quiefcence?-and hat fatiofac'loi' reafbn can, be
given, that we fliould continue tomorrow our firft
meridian from any foreign nation whatever ? If
Swee' wre fll soiiiei .of QGreat Britain, there would
be time propriety in your remarks, but a freefov-
ereign and iinfependelat p iople aid government in
ind fiould berGfo naf ,,.nd bot suffer a veftige of
fubje iori to remain whidc they have in their pow-
er t4 remove, and which, if perpetuated, mul be
derogatoiry to their dignity, and perhaps, injurious
to their prioperity. Is rIot the eiftablibiment of a
irift meridian as much the prerogaltve and evidencee
ot fovereignly, as that- of a mint, or the fixing a'
dlandard of weights and meafures ? Do you pre-
tend to affect, that .there would be greater coufu-
on, and difficulty" to eftimate the longitude of pla-
ces within the United State", and elfe*here, from
tho C in the city of Wafihington, instead 6f
GreIncobich Obfervatory, than a change in the meth-
od of keeping accounts has produced ? li not the
decimal ratio of dollars, dimes, cents and mills, an
iinovatiioonn the' quondam denominations of pounds,
fillings, pence and farthings,-ai;d has the difficul-
ty been so great to fubfittute oe method for the
other ? If a new flandard of weights and meafures
should e proposed ad agreed to by Congrefs, you
miu Y object to that regulation alfo, according to
yor" principle. In your zeal for the honor of the
Britifh nation, and the convenience of Britifla nar-
iners, you fe r t t be afraid, if apy other meridian
thaf 'that of Greenwich be fixed, confusion and
city of Wafleingto 'to be 76 degrees 54 mFingtes
weft of ceenwiCeh, and an Anerfican Captain or
Mate at fea flould meet a Britifh veffel in longi.
tude 35 degrees 5S mnhiues eaft,-'whaf'ddlcl.iv
would there be for tiem both to kntow that tihe
were then 40 degoees.56 minutes welt of green-
wich ? Your objedtion relating te analher.aion in
maps, charts, &c. is equally futile and improper ;
for, according to your dodstrine, no improvement
wh'atever fliould be made or attempted, because it
would b6 an innwodtio ona lorrmer fyftem or prac-
tice. The whole tenor of your reniarks plainly
demonfirates, that you can either" strain at a gnat,"
or jwallow a camel," as may beft fuit your purpofe.
In page 252,yon fay--" It is no frlalI objection
the propofed method,that the feat of'overnment
if far fr6il being ablel. Within a ihort ttn it has
'beep gt New-York, Philadelphia anid Wafhington ;
and il' the Lift Congrefs, a eowrfill attempt, wai
made to remove ittback to PIiladelplia." Has it
tewvr t6cufred to yon, gentlemen revitwers, that


both New-York and Phil.dell,,a a ere 'npperar'v
fears ? Yot appear to be determined to verify, the
old aidag'e," that there Are. none fo blipdi .as tiofe
whd will not fee." With ritfpct 'to :he powerfrl,at-
tempt made by a ,ilember fionmNe'-'Jefey,. tq re-
move the It', of goveruhent to1 I hlAddcl[,hil it'force
feems to have bern a little e-y,. r. tby your Itite-
pient. What security have you thaty,'our favorite
meridl'n of Greenwich, as-a pI)ce of deplriure I'for
the mariners'and fhlje+s of, Great Britiin, will nor,
fone day nr other,beremeovded ? Yro w ll.. nrl uht,
anfwer "there is no probabiihy or ir,"and I'1 I thnik
in rdi aion to the city, of Walitington ,--it having
Lieen ceded by individual ltftes, .adarl accepi-.d ly
the United States as thi perma.,rt I. .ar uf iliir p".v.
ernment: but admitting a re'.iiol tI bei 4 7..'.,
and even a probAMle event, it does not follow that a
firft meridian, when efablithed, flhould, he removed
with it ; nor isit indif e.,libbe trha I'uch uin'rlihi, for
apy country should be invariably at or near ,the feat
of its government. It is, however., my opinion (tho'
not yours) that it fiould be filed fomewhere within
its own territories, and not at any place belonging to
a forejin natioh b and as the Capitol in Waflhiigton
was fo intended by the plan of the.city, there ap-
iears to be great propriety in an obferatio tnailec
[>y the committee"-And no place, perhaps, is more
proper than the feat of government." .. ,.
Iu the fame page 252 yod fay--" The; moft eff-
ectual way of doiug it [lu briig the proposed nmetb-
oi into general ufe] would be to, eredl a national
obfervatory at Waflfiigton, and calculate andjpiub.
lith, annually, a national Almarnack adapted to that
meridian; and the erection of fntch an obfervarory
under his direniao was, ,perhaps, one of the objects
Mr. Lambert had in viqw."-No hint of this kind
having been given in my memorial to Congre(s, pnor
in any of ;he papers connected with it, you, gentle-
men reviewers,muft certainly hyve the gift offecond
fight, in addition to your other extraordinaryy qualifi-
cations, to have discovered fo much, and-be capable
of profound refearch,,and bled withkeen optics," to
fee what is not to be feen." It fees impuffibl .in
your opinion, that 1. should have patristifm enough
to propose a plan for the honor or benefit of my na-
tive country, without a felffi. confiderat;dh,. I am
really apprehenfive, 0 ye lapient .ritic of the Eafi,
that you are rather too much inclined to meafure
my corn by the standard of your own butflel. ,
In pages 233, 54 and 255, you have endeavored
to divert the attention of Congrefs from a favorable
decision on the plan I have fuibmitted to them; by
recommending "ia complete and accurate fur% y of
the fea coat if the Upited States," in lieu of it. I
agree with you in opinion, that the objoft yon pro-
pofe deferves patronage; and flhould alfo be glad to
fe tihe geographical positions of all ,the principal
towns or places within the United tatcs,.and their
territories, accurately determined, both as t6 longi-
tude and latitude; but, contrary to the fcheme youu
have in view, I 'i(fl the longitudes of thofe places to
be referred to a firft meridian of,our own, and not
to that of Greenwich observatory, in Engjand.
Your remarks on the physical and mathematical
parts of my work, exhibit you in yourgenjoe colors.
Someti'ies I have done too much--fmnuciimes too Jit-
.tie. Some of the rules and feries I have gitepnwere
either unneceffary,.orbetter explained by slher per-
fon.-and fome are foidefedive, in your < imaticht,
that you cannot underfitand them, I4. ought not to
be expected that with the rules and fries, 1 l A hl4
alfo furnish you with tomprelhenfion to apply tliemp.
The hbIeoig..uhave.mnie^ m.
Vn'aFr .'' Si "e your own lauguaL*,
deserve a jsetious answer. '
You fay.that my work is,, "for the molt part, a
compilation." Do you call a calculation to deter-
mine the longitude from an occultation, or four e-
clipfe, a compilation ? Or do you mean td infintate,
that.all the rules and series I have given, have been
borrowed from European mathematicians? Where
hiae you obtained the information f6 oflentatioufly
displayed in your critictiremarks; is it. your own, ht
has it been compiled from the writings of Meffrs. ,I.a
Lan.de, Makelyne, La Place, and others ? i have
reafot to believe, that witheit themyreuUSido r.no)ig,
and foute of thofe valuable works I have never yet
feen. I have dofitruaded two tables of logarithms
on a new plan and accurate principlles, in my papers
No 4 and 5, and given a new rule in No 3, to Iat
the Moon's hourly velocity, but you will mot agree,
that I am entitled to the leai flare of ledite for
them. Tfie,rule in paper No 4, 'to afcertain their
augmentation of the moon's horizontal femidiameter
is ftridtly cotrca if we consider the form of, the
earth to be that of a ;er,. pher. The orAny obje- *
tion you have made the whole of-your review,
that defervesthe fmallefl attention, is that which re-
lates to the moon's augmented femhidiameter, ad4n'it-
ting the fliape of the earth to be an sbl.te spherpid.-
The process and example contained ii the latter part
of my paper No 4 ought to be amended ; but the
rule contained jn No heing true in all cfes, is
proposed as afubfttitute. Let the mobt's-triand ap-
parent altitudes he found acnording'to the rdie'tredat-
itude of the plbce, and the moon's horicdntal paras.
lax r edsird; then, sintrue ruzenith diftancef sine ap-
parent zenith distance sine -.ioQn's horizontal dfemi-
diameter,: sine moon's'eagmented femidiameter, from
which the inflexion of light being sgubtraded, will
leave the femidiaumcter, eorreued.
The needless reetitions you have fo ciiLrefu~h fearch-
ed for, were discovered long before your penetrating
difcernment pointed them out: they have proceeded
from a negHca e to take a copy of ny papers, written
at different times, and transmitted immediately there-
after either to the Houfe of Rep'refentatives of the
United States, or to a committee of tiat body.-
When they were ordered to be punlifed, the prii-
ter.sad fo inuch trouble vith 'he .ilgebraical parts
of the hompofitoo, that I would not add, to their la-
bouris, by a corretlion.of the prehfii-work., I did, i
fadt, consider then, as Ido now,the copies tinted by
order of the Ho'ute, to be a temporary, ind not a
permanent editions and di not fuppofe that the priv-
ilege will be tefufed metoalter or amend tht work
as it refpcds the execution, or any part of it, fo as
not to affed, the original plan.
You go on thtls, page 260.-" In paper No 2,
irom the pth to the 13th pages, are various rules tor
folving feveail problenus in Aftrunlomy; but we do
not perceive the objecl Mr Lambert had in view ino
prefauting theqa to Congrefs, or the utility of pub-
lifliing them, as molt of the methods are given in
feveral treatifes of afirenonv, acid io saniy infianees,
in a more correct and fcieritifie nannef." Thofe
rules were given to enable computers (not havit g
the advantage which you poffefs of relorting to ths
works of the imolt celebrated Afironomers of Eu-
rope.) to teft the accuracy of my refult by different
methods. You do not perCeive the objedt, because
yos are, probalvl, too much lilke Minerva's bird,
wBcli' it is fLaid, can see t/,iin tisdar,.
In lpagC 261, you fay-" The third ruleand thofe
th far by the vertical circle and circle of declination,
(w],ich Mr l.inbert, contrary to the derir~ipi,no of
'the greatest aftorioirs, ,.llls the angle of Iafiuinu,
arec :el v dedtced friun the ufial rules of fplharkitri-
gn metry,&c. This feen's to he either gi oh igno-
raoce in yot, c.r a vlful petvenfion of tile truth.': 1
cal tihc a'.ge Op'c:e t', the latiaudofthe' plaea (or'


rather its complement to 90 d.,'.,;) the anglg of
portion, n't ;,1'ary., but in co/i'fortitn y [o ,[ app|L._-
tinon givteii l y there r. ...: ast.rorn,,rs. I have fta-
'ydlin my. paper, No 2, that tlie para lLeic angle.'
r ArL' betwC'e the vertica. circle aid A a paralli I
ti, t .clipic, is Lo,:nd by either adding the angle
of plitin to, or fdbtraeliiig.it from the angle `be-
tween the meridian, pafling through the .coner 0f
the tin, Moon o,r Star, and a parallel to the ecliptic'e-
fas the cafe may require) and thii in y.'ur c.pl.ii,.'i
one of yPfalp.l,,e mistake. You ought tw' e carefut
rli.t 10 Ito ilr youur gre-[ 11itirtv 1 oiij out imperfec;
ti\fl in -l.crt, ru !..dJ L.hk.e Jif;COi-yc ad expofulg
of your owni,.
In page %,.', of your re-\ ;rw, you fv--" I he rule
in p ge 1'? idn 2 my papcr,) ior f:liJing, by approaii
ma.lIon, 111h N Mr.n's par.'ll.t [in aiilnJ ,e hy' mei.'
uf ihe Cn.-: Aitude 13 the lame .s is ::iveti lby fore e
authors, except that Mr. Laimber; It i. c arr'e.J it to
an imqrasticable degrge of eract:ncli." It '.in .et
too difficult for yeo; butt any perf;n who munder-
f ihlis the "' prinicipl.,C.f the calculItilo-," can eliiy
apply the ferie? to d, 1in rhi, "- -p.,'. .., ..
ofexa.anefs."' In the f iie page, ynr fCayv, The iar-
mula for calculating II,.: paralla i, ,Iat iule tnnutaing
the term log. co-fine of the Moon'strue .latitude(
which it ougfit not to do." Where did you ibvain
tLil infordi'ator:., g'eill..men review,. er, Yo'u hd
better confult your books apaisn, and lee whether
the Moon''4.tue 'atitde i not a nr.etTary element
in and for the computation. I contend t')-t'it iisoyou
pfsivte qoertloan and kig4 autiborijy to the contrarV,
diotwithltanding,. ,You teem 'n c i'etrrniined itlher
tojmpoffe on. others, or on yiurtilc. ly fume of
ycur Critical remarks.
You ippcar to rejerA, 'ith f.,r.ipt.m of difd I ,,
thlie.ratio of 282 to .'i81 fuir.iiti Is yv I., 1 a aiftS
between 30 to ~?n. ','J 't4 to'3'3. By examlln
ing 0i work ,f M de i, PI .ce, v'yiind hiaC i'.ie pro-
.pgrtlon ofthte equatoiial di;r.iter ti tihe pi-lar aii;
of the earth, is nearly as .'); to 104 'ot. nmighii
have fpared yourfelves t` tre iOule nf if .iL.iilit to
mi ch of your .. ,.:-,' kroAl1Jde. It .E.r, tiLad
has been an errr ',fu.terJe i, the w.odri MN. de
la Place, and that e.tl,r tl. ratio of .1S ;,. -. or.
320 to P19, probablyly the 14 i ofiti two v.11 he
fixed asa fl, ad rd by ih:lit unei e, .rononical cal-
culations iH L.c ma.J.e. If. thn. the proportion of
320 to 319,he true, or vety uear'y fo, it is it~aitc.
rial,ia piradiee, whether the earth ** not hi.mioge -
neous in all its parts," or, lik--our bnrrov rd ft.ei.
tific erudition it ii n'iore daile to'...-.d the center
than at tilt circumf.rcnce. .
,, Yon find 'ault t(r.ges ?62 and 9r.'1, -i11 lhe ,'af-
fedation 3f correctle]l,," which prev, ii> tliIomnoh' ui
my work. Ifl think .1. part of I'C'00, %r.- nr cr
to one third if any nnicL thf n thlrc m.rI..l tL11
fame number, it r.. 'C.hsclaet.n ut cure.tw.i. ," and
becaiAfe Meffrs, since Nlackiy,\ .. I, \. uot ex.
tended their calculations to the Ianie degree of el-
adinefs.
hi page 264,," before quitting the fqhbcl," oui
make a thort extra from. page 8, ofn ry work, "toI
hflew,the limited information Mr. Lambert appears.
to hlve of the calculations that have been made of
thJe lnar theory,"--in the foliA-ing words -
"Tle irregularities in the Mon's miofions arifial
from the cophfant but iuneqtial difuain, forces of the
Sun, the Earth. and fn-i of the plir, [ parti.ularl'v
Jupiter and V 'pus, have produced lhat dn ulry
which was once thought inlburrnqvn,~i Ui! ..r a cor.
recd detergiination of the lonrgitgde by any co(mpu;
_ ta0io1oJL"adLd on ilo*,-e,.r.,ir-,; tini this
you are led to inter," that the /hr/i torce 90
the planets had been i:ne ot the great ft obftacl:, to,
tl'e obtaining a perfediJuiar theory." Jth .,t sarc
ttiing in the paragraph tibove.recited that fliould
authorife the infereuice you havli rawn.? Did I f
that the dLu.ri'g forces of ipiter sned enus oii th4
Moon were asgre4- aa thofe of thes Sun and Earth ?
No iugentous lIVt!' at the bar if a judicial i6ourtt
who had received. a large fee to plead a 6,,d ea.fq
ever did or cmul, twidl, torture, ir perv-rt the iitfil
in avor of his client, more thin you l.ve1 ii i'funs
of vour prevaricatiu remarks.
BuitA.it time t ly aw ylou from yonr .caiAlnai
:mnifrieprefeutatitn t auh iuidioua in.nrduvreo, to fair
argunieut. Let it be adinitted that.i ,il uinacquiiiln.
ed wcithe theory and praiice ofAlhronomy,, docsf
:it prevent a due confideraiioc of, and ch cifion l the'
plan I thav" fubmitte'd to the Nat;un.is I 'g,lldiua e
:If I cannot nake teed tecetra.-y rcalculi..., in 'cli,.
(whicl,, .wcth all your subtle y.o..i., ', u hdi
incompetent to prove) lo yu i.1t il.t Lno, per-
:fon or perfonis ii the United Statei of America' canr
Sbe fouud, who are capable of afczrtaia.iig chie lncigi.-
tide of a place by computation florm dita, fuait
on a fuifficient number of gopd obfervatiout,, lh ue li
as may be feleded at Boflth or Cami'bringe, in Ma'-
fachufetts? Have you the vanity to fopp.6fe, iIat
superior hiow!Oldge, political, Jiterary or fcieiintilic
:centers in that fetiosi of fthe tnion wheri yon rc-
llde ? If fo, it may, probably, he recknied iamitol
the number oT youraopa/ale mi/nlatlw. t is very pvttf,-
ile, that when you, gent lemnen reviewers, are weighi~d
in .the balance, you will be found acting giii varioniit
rifpeas; and in many valuable qualifications, Yoti
appear to c.'rty too much fail fr your b lla t ; and
you would, perhaps, fli;r your course muudl bttCerj
if your canvas were ffficientty lowered.
Fromr the beginning to the end of your tefr;ial
performance, yotu have taken much pains to mr.ltd:
an unfavorable imnprefloht on the mii'ds of tle tmen -
bers of Congrefs, and others, agai-flf a lp!an intendedc
by me to eftablitlh mole effedtually the hwinor, rcpu.
station anud.iidpendence of the American State, -
aind no liege (ubjedis of 1he Britifh kig coui'd evince
more zeal than you, to perpetuate our firft meridian
"at Greenwich-a fpot of ground upwards of thrce
thoufand tni!es dcilant-fituated i ', and belongitig
to aforign nation. You have orticiouDfl a'dl ativcz'
ly vuounteered your service in what I consider to bd
a bad caif., and endeavored to bring both my p.iti
andu its author into difrepute ; but aliow mte td' rep'
refeint that neither you,nor any of your atixiliaiics;
fhall n4ake attempts of this kind wavith, impunity I
have no hbettation, likewife, in declait tg .iy p1eIn,I n;
that any fet 6'f men who (hall either diredly or in-
diredtly, openly or covirtly, endeavor to promote"
the interef .dignity or influence of aforeig, country,
to the prejudice of, or in preference to their own'
odght to receive the pointed cenfure ofedvrv hunefl
rind virluo'ls cithaen oftheicemmunity.
Permit me to clofe a commuitat'ibtli which I find
myself conipe .led to make, liv dilcilofing to you >
fecrc, that may, perhaps, niferate your triumph;
provided you are luccefaful in yonr eideavts to0 de..'
feat my plan. Confciouis of tlh redcitude cfr mn no-
tives in submitting it to the national legl;ffairc' t0'
(ball have a confolation, on that account, of wlfhi'l
you cannot deprive me, m od (hall treat all the rer-.
,ration which you think- deferve. and th at js, as idi.
dividualayr critical reviewer', are capatblft helip
iig on rme, w'ith ndeifetence if urswiih coitemlitr.
Language f this frl'" (to utfe fume of yoo'
own) may nou he vecy (ra:itymL.g tO yiur feW.cercA.
ted rritical important; but as it ii ,ldndn.iha :d
your ret.'.,;and nott your passion I flan'er s'fci4 '
that it wili bi duty apjreceia-tf. ,
-WILLIAM L '-MBFKF- 1
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"3Iitttffing JForipn T'ntteligcet,.

LATEST FROM LONDON.
By tliaelp I.LAisa, Gibbs frarm Liverpool, the E
'itor ut the Alercaantile Ad'ter'ijcrhave' received
'Ac- t (il London Couricr. to the 'th ef Novembe
LlydL' '.idts rb t t!th..ald L.iverpool papers ofti
StS,, fromn which NWe have made the fulluwing e

LortDnO, Nov. 3 -Updn the death of Prjr.ccfs A
nrelia yeflerday, which h' i e'eld about' 1 -' o'clock
tle centrice about the..,Id4ge wre doubhlqd to ke
eve0ty hTn' quietr..The'dcArh ofthcr Ioyal Higbne
wa nt 'g,'reralJy known and' -blicvedin Windfi
i. i h'ah,.,l 't u'clock .
The remains vf her Royal Highnefs will e inter
S ed ahaut'rte end cf nied week, a, nd in the mea
Stimethe'hTheatieshnd other places of public amnif
amentWil be'cluo'd. A g.acrat deep'rmournuig wi
comnentce to-morrow l'e'hntrrit, and be'cintinu<
fix weeks, atier which jhe'ufual changes of hal
mourning,&c. will take pace.

This thornint accounts weti received of the deal
ef the'Earl of Dartmouth, iord Chamberlain.

The bulletins of-the king's health,were, on the 5I
*anld 6th of Nov. as follow :-5th-"'The king had
good night-has been rather better the ta- 24 hour
'-6th-" tis majefly has palled the night wit
very little fleep,'and iS not better this morning
(The 'ext day his majefly was rather better.]
After the return of the Chancoor of the Exchl
tntdrfrom Windfor,on Monday, a council was held
Whitehall. The refult'wce find by the Gazette o
oIft r.i.hi. was an order mor the preparation of.
'ffrmn o I Praveytr o t he' Almighty, for the reRtora
tion of his Majefty's Health.

We learn that the Board of Trade ycleray comn
menced granting liceuces to export colonial produce
byluch flipsas ihad previously brought to Englan
cargoes of grain.

..", Nov.Iatnra 6.
:Tnwo baga of letters arrived this morning front
Anhalt. Some Swedifli and German Papers hav
been received by the tauwe conveyance, which flat
that the Ruffian Afisbaffador at Stockholm has di
patches from his Court, announcing the furrendi
of Rudfchu:k on the 21 ft of September. Two day
afterwards.according to private letters, Schumian lui
rendered. This had given the Rulffian Governset
hopes of bringing the Negociation with Turkey t
a favorable iilue. It was hoped too that Turke
might be difpofed not only to conclude Pea ce, but
enter into an offenfiv c and defensive alliance wit
R1olia. In the present (late of affairs w% know
1no better policy they could adopt.
Advice had reached Gottenbutrg from St. Peter
burg,flating tile, rcnch Minifler had applied fo
pernifflin-to march 2s5,oo troops through the Ruf
ihan territories into Sweden.

StocUvit,,S'pt. 21-Gen Van Stuchtelen, the Rut
flin Minifleriiere,has'received difpatches from his
Court, which announces the arrival of a Courie
from the army in- Turkey, with intelligence of th
furrender of Rudfchuck, on the 27th ult. Privat
Letters from St. Petertburg of the 8th inft, Rtate tha
Schuarila Capitulated two Lys afterwards. 1T'heft
important ficcefles had excited ftrong iopesin thi
Ruffiltf capital, that the negotiations whichGenera
Kaminiky had been previously inftruoed to commu
ni:rice,.would be brought to a favorable conclusion
fornie indifftiati ruim rs are alfo alluded to in tiher
letters ofan offensive and deenfive treaty with the
Porte being in contemplation. His- Majef) ha
been indifpofed for fome days.

NOVEMBER 7.
There Was a rumor at Stockholmwwen the laft ac
counts rame away," that the 'unfistunatetGuftava
hag1been affaffiiatedon the way between St.Peterf
burlg and 'Riga
SPsiikcs of Stqcks. thi4 day at--t w-l-.a.t.,C
or.s.- 63 1-2-Rediiced 15 5-8-Omnium n5 1-4
dis.

?.. tlj) e fa -t atl.

LATEST FROM SPAIN.
Capt. Silith, arrived at Philadelphia from
'Gibraltar, which he kft Nov. 15th, informs
that an expedition oUf 3000 men,, under Lord
j.'lfatiey, failed from -Gibraltar, to retake Mala.
gao, ibut tie French attacked them, %i lhen about
h'if.u' fjbem were landed, and obliged them to
ie-e'.badi., leaving a considerable nart of the
troops that were landed in poilcflion of the
: Frgnc!t "
Accounts had been received from Lifbon and
Cadiz .to the 8th Nov. at -which date the two
hoftlile armies had not met, but remained as al
our laft advices. The combined army, under
the.Earl of Bufaco, (Lord Wellirgton) was
.awply fuppiied with provisions, and their force
amounted tor72,pO men. A battle was ex-
-"pclded.' At Cadiz, the yellow fever or plague
Shad broken-cut, which in tie month of Ono-
ber carried cif It: inhabitants. 'At Gibral.
':tt:r the fame difeafe had broke.i out ; and at
- Caithagena th'e' dtaths'averaged from so to 85
a day.
'Ihe rench ba'tletics were fo well fitted up
and fi cured, as to comjprel the Britifli fleet to re-
treat iibo 5 fathomrs Wvater, out f tlhe reach of
their fliot, and it was.fuppofed the whole cfthe
Larger velfels would fion have to leave there en-
t'rely. Two div fi ns of French gun-boats (a-
mounting in all to S.)) had got into Cadiz Bay,
nmder fielter of their batteries, from San Lucar.
One djivfion got in by night, the other came in,
in ovpen day, in tight of the Britilh fIquadron.-
C5ne gun-boat only was taken. They have mor-
'tars on board, of a new and peculiar confiruc-
ti"n. About so,o0o French troops were before
Cadiz.* .
BATTLE EN MEXICO..
Capt. I opez, arrived at hih.tclphL. on Monday,
from Havanna,informs,thata fthguinary battle took
place in Mexico, laft November, between the army
of Ferdinand Vl. and the army of the infiurgents, in
Sslihi-h the latter were totally attuihilated, having loft
Between 6 and 7000 in killed and prifolbneis. The
,authority of King Ferdinar.d is completely re-eflab-
lihed in Mexico. -

LATEST FROM T-IAYTT.
Py the flotp Pati-nce, from Port-au-Prince, we
ha rn, tLit en the lait of November, Petion at the
,lead of hiis** army, marclited to meet Gen. Rigaud,
auho was at the iad of the brigands of tie louth,
:anid alehcdy battle was expected.
hriftiphe declared that he would eat his Chrift-
ma d irmer at Prt au-Prince, the capital oftetion's
,a lssiisins.-A.Mo-:' 4cc,. "

\ J, BATTURE ,
f sfl Fauxki, h Si1Mary.
'.W On'ta s, N yt 10 o'clock, the MaIl al of the I.t; States, for
\ilria, by virtue of ay order ifliwd by the At-
,Get'eral of tbho U.- htate.:'for the lame dif-
ccudedto *. the'Batue for the turpofe of
i cani the plffiluon w hi! ,
the name of the
SJ w't', his dep-


and ber'garrlvea dhereOn,heorcered toianldividut- honest tradefman and mechanic have fallen the
a named Areauldwho hrid flept in- a but ered- 'RTvir "tims. The bil are in their hand, while tie
Sed onefaiblatture,anriadwho had beenefablifthealia hut, ', B.AN K itfelf is exonerated. To talk about tbak
d- gaiardtain the iznae 6f Edward livinglhm, to, go rtrar -ITS '2slrd---Li*'viY rst. nyrcY. adftres is all ideal; and even to taik about the
a offlinerdiiif frmn rthepirrriyaif-th-U SlateS -- ---- lrefoft the mrrAmmoths who ate their. pili-
a On thef'aifme day at one o'cJock,bhy virtue -'l re- MONDAY, DECEMBER i; 31i. cjpal debtors: is equally as. f,llac.,u. L, k
iterated order from the Attlirney Generafl,the Mlar ... .. r..outrd -the trv'wn. a 'd view.- i:- t.i l.ri' ,Lie-
fhal posceededagJ.n to theo Batitre tipon which From L o, t e t. bpWch ke aktn place iWc,,., hi.c ,i-lh l;.hc!....
tlln fitood Mr.-Livinglton, and there iAte latfhl a F. n.,-Tbe PhaVehpja paper of Of a. k.. In'What ih!ia,;c' has .povrry fol.
in prefen eeof several of the citizens who accoffli- Thurfday lat, reports the-art.1vl-vat that pliae lowed the bankrupt ? L--ok at the me.,,ho
A patied him, notified to the faid Mr. Livingfion to of tie brig Mary, Blackifton, in 40 days from have failed for the fum if filty or a hu.died
Suit the bhAtture 'above-mentioned as- belonging Lisbon," but d es tnot add a single word of thotfint dollars ; are they ,,t now lie grand
to the U. States,and Mr Liviugflon having anlwer- news. If this arrival is correctly reported, it, d iftibuters of money ll;ve they not.4Mtnev
P -ed-that he would not do it, unlefs compelled by nmut bring dates up to the 14th Nov. eight to let, and are you not obliged to look to them
or force, the'Mafithal 'then called upon the p rom- ; days later than before received. forafflitanceby loans? They wereoncedebtors,
wiaotio atid Mr. Livingfton was formally expelled LATEST F M but now they are creditorst, arid the i.c.iitous
.' from the barture. '* FROMTONNINGFN. are dependent on their munificence at tw or
n ', .. On Wednefday laft,arrived at New-York, tie fhip three per cent. per riionth. How cnme thefe
O l he toowng fromn a very intelligent gentleman Golden-Fleece in '45 days from Toniingen-By her things to pafs'? Is it by Bank diftiefr, or
.ll at .letOrltans, proves, that '6blervers near the we have received Hambuntrg papers to the ilh ofNo- rather is it not by loans through this medium
Sfene of aion recommended the very ftep which member ;.and the following verbal Intelligentce,that that the tifurer is enabled to eploy thife who
t- hs been take,. b y a decree of the K.ngof Denmark, all American have gone through the ordeal of Batiruptcy,
Extrad ofa leiter to a gentleman in this city, dated property in H'olfein, has been fequeftered and the to grind the indullriousand unforlunta- to their
New-Orleans Nov. 16i, 1810. owners fiave to make de( a action within 48 hours, dialical pupofes? wmany ffichcar.
th '- "Things in the Floridas remain in flRatu quo. I it which cafe, they are to pay to thie Danes. 6 per aerss now infeft fociety swo i'(e ceIted their
fuppofe that the attention of Congrefs will be early cent additional' dtty, whether they witl to enter creator l
and carneftly directed to that quarter.- There is their goods at Hamburgaccordig tot the new French creditors Ofthotlfandb who now live in luxu.
th but one rational courfe to be purfued." The coun- Tarif. or if not they will have to pay immediately ry, and make balls ad entertainment with
I a try,at lear as far as the Perdido, caught to be taken the Danifh duty for home contlumption, and 1-4th their creditor's property ? They me disgrace
s. 'polrellon of try the United States--and if there addition to it, which is very high.-Ml r Aa,. to society. They defervethe State. Pi ton more
h flwuld be themoft diflant probability of Eaft Flori- than many who at( confned fr life. it is a
da falling into the hands' of -any European power DEPARTMENT OFr 'TATE, Dec. 21, 1810, melancholy reflection to observe the u nfortn-
whatever, we flituld, without hlditation, fix our Perfens interefled in American property, captur- nate debtors in our gaol for lthe molt trifling
'qfandardsatf t. Auguflineaud Penfacola. ^'Flheprv.- ed by Danifl cruizers, and detained iu'the ports of ftums ; the feverity with which they are treated
e. inre of itfelf is of little valuc; but it is one of the Peumark and Norway, are requefled totnaniifit io in confequenc of their d'atbility to djcharge
at keys of the Milllifippi; Power placed there, will this Departmeint, wviliut, delay, the proof necerfary their dcbts; with the fees of jullices, lawyers.,
of codtrotul the commerce of the Welern World" to ekablifli the validity of their rcfpefive claims, conltables, &c. attached to them-while at tihe
a ---- -fame tire we fee men who have robLed indi.
'a- OUR SOUTHERN FRONTIER. Firm andl leady. The United States do not viduials of thouftods releafcl from their debts,
The following is an extra of a letter from t with for war with England or another nation. and in a few months appear in public with
gentleman of high refpedrnability and intelli- All they require is jtedce, and the acknowledg- fuch an overplus of money as to become lend-
n- gence in Miffihippi Territorv, dated Nov. 28. meirt of our neitital rights. France having re. ers. What a ftranrge peverfrion of jiifice-t-By -
ec It has been alcidlated that Governor Claiborne pealed other marialimrn reflitionn, let G. Britain what Inwv is thti done ? L.:ti.c ; pun-
d would reach Natches o lthe Gth;efo thatwre do the fame, arid our flietndlbip will be injured. ifhed, but great routes go free. Thi., does not
may exped at an early day, to reh ive inf that e If the refute, let the Nonintercourfe be renewed, wok right. What a range infatuation has.
tion of the manner in thich e has Ileen able witlt all the effed of which it is ftlfceptible, till poffelTcd the public mind ? In old times a
i to execute his infi hinn in taking poffeflion the Ocean is univerfally acknowledged to be the Bankruptcy (before Bai.ks were eftablifhed)
o of the territory wel of tie Fcrdido.-N. Int. ig of nations. If the American govern- was a l,td calamity to the Bankrupt-But iin
me ent adopt mnaftires of energy againft Great modern times, it iq a precurfor to a mtnicd "in..
e, Enclofed yvu will receive a copy of a let- Britain, (fie will learn to refpedl us ; but until fluence. When Wheetwright failed, he never
f- ter from Don Vincent Fo!ch, Governor Gener- we evince a determination to vindicate our in. was able to refltore hii reputation. He never
er al of the'Floridas, by % which you will perceive, dependence, the will continue to encroach upon appeared agtin in public-The widow, the or.
s, that our trade in this qOsarter is released from us. Energy and decision, should be the watch- phan, the ti adefman and r.merchant, who were
r- the burdens under which it has heretofore been words: with them, we can do every thing; injured by him were not inexorable; yet his
S We are a.noved wth another Burr pje without them, nothing, cofcious guilt pufl.ed him to abfcor:i. How
o -"We are arnoyed with another Burr projel different is it now-the grettefl defalcator i,
y against the Spaniards. .It is headed by a Mr. THE TEST OF REPUBLICANISM, the sooner fionered, if he is a fledraliil Are

h Lemper, of thton R ge, ad M Kennedy, a BANK OF T U. STATEs.-The Republi- not bankriipts adling Juftices ? Are not oura
of awyer o onis place, cit ey a cron igth cansin Congrefs may be affined, that the Re- Courts of law polluted with charadiers, which
many of our utneformed cithens acrof the w publcan in Bofton, Salem, Marblebead, New- every honest man muft deteft and abhor ? It
national boundary, where they have, a few ay buryport, the Difri of Maine, Brital, Ply is timeto reason juftly, and not to be deceived!
'f- in atafed tteir fo 'r oMbiland are prag mouth, New-Bedford, in ihort in every fedion by overrated characters. 'hank heaven, we
rto attack.th town of Mobil" f the Commonwealth of Maflachufetts, are op. have a few remaining / l/l ,never become
f. SRa-In conformity to the wiflies of lhegov- pofed to a renewal of the Cbarter of the U.S. the dtpes of a federal fasion, and who, never
ernment of the United States, as exprefled by Bank-And the Republicans in Congrefs mayv vll be fient zvhile Just tCE is perv.rted, and
their Secretary at War in his letter, a copy of further beaffured, that their votes on this quef- while individuals are eflimatcd bceyotd their
r- which you have presented me, and in confe- tion, will be the teft of the orthodoxy ofpolitial intrinsic value. We will bring nTcIrinal giants
is quence of negotiations which I have every principles. No equivocation will be indulged to their real Itrength, and their fiiet ce fliallnot c
r reafon to believe are now pending between his no time-ferving policy will be countenanced- long be a fcreen to their Jefuitifin.
e Catholic Majefly's and your government,which, For the Republicans are convinced, that if a --" R .
e I am fully 'peifuitded, will fpeedily place the monied arift/ocracy is renewed tl.rough the me- WEST FLORIDA..
lt Floridas in thepofetlion of the latter ; I here- dium of the Bark, it is but of little confe- In compliance with a promife which we
by declare, that from this date, no duties what- cluerce who is GCernor, Lieutenant Coverneor, made fome day ago, (lays the National ittelli.
S eran be levied or colleed at this place, Senators or Rotdefintatives in the Common. gencet) we have the pleasure of laying before
al or within this diftrii,(including Penlacola) on wealth of Maflachuletts. Every individual cur leaders the foll'C ing flatemcrt,the coret -
any vefiel, goods ormerchanJize, belonging to V,1o advocates the renewal of the Bank,muft be net's of which rav' e relied on, refpecting Ihe
any citizen of the United States, or their terri. considered an enemy to the middling interest, title of the Utiited States to the territory weft
e tories, or any petfon residing in either, or paf- confining of merchants who trade on their own of the river Perdido, in the territory hereto-
s fing to or from the Mifliflippi Territory. capital ; farmers who raife their own produce ;. fore generally called Weft Florida. The flate-
In confequence of this friendly flep, which and tradefifen who live by their own industry. ment is extracted from a document publifhied
the Spanif government gives as an unequivocal For f this political machine is again fet in mo- under the authority of an aft of Congrefs, paf-
proof of their defiseto maintain a good under- tion, though it may help a few perfons who fed at their laft feffion, which directed a colla-
- landing with the United States, I hope that may 1-e enticed to ufe tieir fallacious in/uence tion and arrangement of the laws, treaties and
t their government will employ its forces to dif- to eflet the purpofe ; yet the injury to the other documents relating tothe Public Lands. c
s fipate theirtroubles fomented andprotcacd by crmmuniy' (as itrelates to the m tt.iNc t-TER. "The U. Sates -y the treaty (f tis vit, c
their citizens. .FST) will in a few -r- *. a ,, as, a.u, a. or -
.. .., -G,,d l..-- a.-i, ..... ,, L e Refs. t ,e-an in--"-grPrft', dliniiiot, It t it t'.o ni rte:, 'blut a. fully and ii
S .-,t iI.:tha nothingir t. of theirunconuiocc dijent to the fanre manner as it had been acquired by J
MtOBILE, Nov. 25th, 1310. a renewal (f the Bank of the United States, will Fraice from Spain, in virtue of the treat7 of ii
Capt. E. P. Gaines. be fatisfasiory to the Republicans of Majjachu. St. Ildefonfo of the Ift of Oober, 800oo. By v
Sfett--thfe private lettersof nominalRepublicans this treaty Spain had retroceded Loifiaa to
TIe K,.'sg ,f t tsaid-hi is hinted ia the Lond o.n to the contrary notwithflanding. France "with the fame extent that it then had

mental derangement of 1788. His majeily nmay be FACTS ARE Si bnORN TIGS.e f paindandhthaitthadwhen
e7F.4CTS APE STUB V TT GS. France poffeffed it, and fuch as it should be af-
nore crazy than upe bu he has crierad.y nt We hear great complaints against the expi- ter the treaties fubfequently entered into be-
/ ince nsat period. ration of the chatter of the Bank of the U:ited tweeu Spain and other States."
S" States, because it is faid that general diflrefs By the grant of Louis the Fourteenth to an
iation-l Ecgislaltre, would pervade a large proportion of the corn- Crozat, dated 14th September, 1712, all the 00
Inunity. But it to happens, that fince the eflab. country drained by the waters emptyingdire l- w
ELzrtLUErn CoNaGREs:,::*::.:::::.::TaIR Sgssion. lifirment of Banks the failures of individuals ly or indiredly into the Mififlilppi, is included er
IN SENATE. have not been felt fo fenfibly by thrmfclves as within the boundaries cf Louifiana. The dif- D
I4the pe ATE. by their creditors, who have been led to truft cover of that river by the French, the gener. lt
MoftOAs,Dec. 24.-Mr. Lebh prefenied pi them from the appearance they make in their ral principles, adopted by the. European na.-
t ron of undry merchants of Philadelphia, praying trade and living by the loans obtained from the tions in relation to the righteof discovery, the
relief fromtheperatireo of the non-intereourfelagnw banks. A man gets a credit of thirty or forty publicity of the grant, and the long acquief-
S-whch was referred to the committee on Foreign thousand dollars at the bank, and gives fuch fe- cence of Spain, etlablilh the claim of the Uni- ec
Relations.
Alfo, the memorial of the Chamber of Commerce, curity as perfecly places the bank out of dan. ted States tav that extent. But the weflern thl
praying a renewal ot the charter of the Bank of the ger of fuflaining any lols. With this flufh of boundary on the fea fhote, and fourth of the fir
U. States.-Referred to the committee on thle fubjet money the borrower makes a considerable dafh waters emptying into the Red River, is (till a an
of Banks. on the Exchange, and is enabled to make fpecu- fiuljedt of contrcverfy between the two na- th
The bill to make up the deficiency in the appro. lations in various kinds of bufinefs which occa- tions ; the territory called by Spain "Province
priation for the year 1810 for the relief of diftreffed finally present. The directors in their renew- of Taxas" being claimed by both. The claim
feamen, was paffed to a second reading. als keep a fleady eye nn his tranfadions, and of France, now transferred to theU. States, ex. at
Adjourned to Wednefday. quickly obferve when it is neceffary to call for tended at left as far well as the bay of St. Ber. No
5 dy- partial orgeneralpayments. If, however, abad nard, in virtue of the fettlenment made thereby 20
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. speculation renders the perfons fufpicious, the La Salle, ine 185, in the vicinity of the river lef
MocDoar, Dec. 24.-Mr. Seybert prefented the bark is alert to fecurefull and ample indem'nifi. Guadaloupe, at a time when Spain occupied rC
f memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of Philadel- cation, while the other creditorswho are not fo no part of the territory eaft of the Rio Norte.
phia, in favor of the renewal ef the charter of the well informed of minute circumflances, are That settlement was deficy-edi and, notwith-
Batilk of the United States.-F-Referred to the Bank often left victims to the bankruptcy. The fatdt fandiig thle repeated orders of the French grv- d
Committee. is, the Leviathans, both in and out of the bank, ernment, was not refurned 'by the local author-
Thebillforfuapplyingthe deficiency in theappro- are generally focure, and the principal difIreff ities. In the mean while (in 1717) the Span- Pr
priation of 1810, for difrifled feamen, &c. ana the refts on the middling interijI, both in the mer- tards fent fome priefls among the Indians, and
bill for continuitlg the Mediteranean Fund,were read cantile and mechanical line. There is fcarcely fliortly after efabliflied a finally military pelt at Clh
a third time and paffed. an instance when-the bank has fuffeted by bank- Adayes, afterwards transferred to Nogodches, .
Mr. Sheffey presented the petition of fudry furvi- ruptcy-but in molt of the failures they have on which refts their claim to the country eaft
virg officers of the revolution; which were referred been able to obtain payment with full inttereft. of La Salle's fettlement. By an arrangement lia
to a feleft committee. This alfo is generally the cafe with certain mo- made in 1iso06, by the commanding officers in I^
Mr. Swoope fuibmitted two Refolutions for the nied men, who loan on exceflive ulhiry. They that quarter, it was agreed that for the ptfent Nor
purpufe ofinquiting into the settlement of theac- are fo subtle in all their pecuniary proceedings, the Spaniards shouldd not crofs the Sabine, and Mt
counts of Degen,Purviane & Co. navy agent at that while twenty or thirty creditors of the that the Americans should not extend their fet- of
Leghorn. They were -greed toaviltout opposition. middling clofs are bemoaning their misfortmunes, thements as far as that river. And in order to em.
To-morrow being Chritmas day, te o e ad they are congratulating thenofelves aB their ef- prevent any collilions,until the difference Ihould ElI
journed to Wcdnefday-6-( to 2-. cape without lofs. The difirefs therefore of be finally adjufted, infirutions have been given, Ihu
(BY AUTHORITY.) failure, as it refpeus Banki, Ufurers, &c. does that the public lands should not be fitrveved ten
S AUTLiU TY not enfue on large bankruptces :-a tradefman, well of a meridian paffing by Natchitches. ref
---*---- nine times in ten, is the fuflerer. The loan from Ealft of the Mifliltippi, the United States w,
AN ACT the bank was the lure in the firft inflance which claim, by virtue of the treaty of 1803, all the a w
To autherife the trar/ fratiaon of certain documc/nt fiee induced him to confide in the credit of hIis enr. territory fouth of the sift degree of north lat. for
it of sprtyage. player, f( far as to enter into a contract to build itude, and extending eaftwaidly to the f'nall He
TEinoled -yileSntr ard Hofferof RSf~ntatiies him a houfe, &c. The parade and appearance river Perdido, which lies between Mobile and unt
eftbieUnitedS.State, of/jmerica,in Congre; That the members of Congrefs, the Secretary of the fafe in prosecuting the bufinefs, and that he belonged to France, the boundary between that age
Senate and Clerk of the Houfe of 'Reprefentatires, might depend on the fulfilment of the contreau. colony and the Spanill province of Florida.- age
be, and they.are hereby refpedively authcrtfed to But jul as he is about to receive the reward of That territory, together with the residue ot Mr
tranfint, ftee of poltage, the meffage of the Preident his induflry, fome notification feom the bank, Louifiana, eat of the Mifliflippi, was, by the A
ot the United States ef the fifth of December, one or theufrer, alarms his employer, and in a few treaty of 176, ceded by France to G. Britaitn, -I
Accompanying he fame, ied by oder of the days all his expecahions are blafled-and poffi- who by the fame treaty acquired a!lb Spatifli St
Senate ar,d by order of the Houfe-ofReprefetrtativs, bly the very butildintg which he has ertefed on Florida. The preliminary articles of th'.t trea- Sae
toany poft.Office within the United States and ter- the faith of the contractor, falls a prey to the ty were figned on the sd day of N aov. 1762;-
ritories thereof, to a wich they may direct, any law rapacity of there Leviathan,. and, on the fane day Frace hy a fepanate t
to the contrary icotwivithianding. How many inftances of this kind take place ? act, ceded to Snain all the refidue I.otui liansa, M;i
J. Ii. VARNUM, : Int this way a monument has beeu raised in the weft of the M;ffliippi, and icttdig the city O
Speakerof the lKtue of Representatives. metropolis, which the people have had the t(lly and ilanrid (fo called)of New.Oileans'. By the gsd
GEO. CLINTON. to appropriate to the puttrpofes of amufelcment treaty of s1783, Great Britainr, ceded to the U. r


Vice Prfiadntcfthe United Itata., and bufinefs. Many a poor man has been rob. States, all that part of the former c. hmt.y of w;d
iand Pjfilntij the Snate. bed of his wages to etret this Babe!, and its Louifiana. eaft of the MA ffi ppi, hit h lay her
Dccember 17,. 1810. mortar has been wet with the tears of the in- noith of the 31ft degree of noirh latitude ; at il in '
Arraot.c, E dnfltiious. In this cafe, who has fuffered ?- to Spain, under the name of welt and eaft Flor. h,h i
JAMES MADISON. Has difiefs attended the banks ? No. The ida, beth that part cf Lciifiara e-aft cf the out


Mirliffippi, which lay fouth of that paratlel of
latitude, and.the old Spanifh province ofFlo i-
da. 'The 311 degree of latitude was by the
fiubfequent: treaty of 1795, between the United
States and Spain, confirmed as the buindatry
-between the poffeffionra of the two nations.- .
-Thetitle of the United States to the territory
inf, qfli.oroi, under the treaties of St. Ildetonfi ->,
iand of- isoS, is fully eflablilhed by thifefadtl.
Lriiiifiana was retroceded to France, with
the fame extent that it then nail in the hai:d.a
of Spain ;" and the territory in quellion, -by
whatever name-Spain chofe to call it, was their
fubliantially in her hodia.
Louiliana was retroceded withh the far-eeX-
tent that it had when France potiflred it;"-
and not only was that territory part of Luifili.
ana when France poflieled it ; but fle ncvcr
owned that province a firg!e day with, uit that
territory, as part of it. F. r, as i'as been diated,
fthe ceded on the fame day the eaflein part of
Loniliana to England, and the wefllcri I ait to
Spain.
Louifiana was retroceded. fnch as it fliouhld
'be aficr ine ireatirt fiihtequeitiy eirrd into
between Sp.a;,i aid oiher Slate.' :" ad Sp;ai
never h .l, fice the icqiired Linm. i .a in 1760'-,
made any treaties relative to Louifiar a,bttt that
of 1783, with Great Britain, and that of 1790,
with the United States : She h:i. entered into,
no treaty whatever, which affected Louifiar-a
,weeiof the Mifliffippi. This member cf the
description can therefore only apply to the ter-
ritory in quelfion, ean/ of the Mifliflippi, and
there it has full effect ; the territory having
been acquired by Spain, by, her treaty of 178;;, '
with Great Britain, and ita bounidaries having
been finally eflabliflfed by her treaty ,of 1795,
with the Uniled Stales. '"*Louifiana. inch as it
1hculd be," &c. can only mean, irncltdiug ealt
Looifiaai-.;s reftdored by the L-i .
but extending no further norlh than the foith-
ern boundary of the United States as recogni-
zed by the treaty of 1795.
The fpirit of the treatyeciually flU-.-orts tle
conflruaion necefflrHy deti'rd from its letter.
Spain retrocedesi to Farce the colony which
France had ceded in .1762, and the tu.it there-
fore yim t all in her pofihflion which Frr'.ice had
formerly given up. The ceffion b; France of
weft Loniliana to Spain, was to compenfate
for the lufi of Florida : the ceflmon of ead Lou-
ifiana to England, was to make, together with'
Florida, an equivalent for Cuba, which, on that
condition, was rcftored to Spain. Fiance ce-
ded tile whole f'r the benefit of Spain. And
Spain having recovered Floi ida by the treaty of
1783, having herfelf ultimately loft nothing ; it
is a natural conflequence that France, in obtain,-
ing a retroceffion, should take back all file had
loft, for the fake of Spain. It is hardly necef-
fary to add, that no private explanation between
thofe two nations made li;blf'quent to the trea.
ty of St. Ildefonfo, can affea the right of the
United States, derived from a public treaty ;
fuch fisppofed explanation not having, beei
communicated to them by France, when the
treaty of 18os was concluded, nor even after.
w: rdtl by Spain, when fhe acqiiiefced in the ac-
q;f.i ion of Louiliana by Aierlica."t-- /

This aft or treaty of feffion has never been
made public ; but its date is afcertained by the let-
:er of the King of France to Labbadie.-
t For that aft of acqiuiefrence, fee in the Appen-
dix, Cevallo's letter to Mr. Piikuey, of Itih .eb-
ruary, 1804.

flemy Klid..deton, Ffq. is eledled Governor of the
late of South Carolina.

Gen. Thomws Sumpter lhis once More received the
unanimous fuffiage of the Leg;flature for the tiflice
of Senator of the United States for fix years cnuing,
.mm ,n.;,.o ,,. -^,, .'.. -S -,,^
Tirr' t. A--Mrs. DtIFF, who is announced f.r
UlIETr Il, evniiing, is laid to poiTefs great talent,
in her profehffion ; and thait in pinitominie, flie was
itlihut a rival in the Dublin Tlhittre.

We hope Mr. Paine will foon oblige the town
with the publication of his truly appropriate and
witty Epilogue to the POOR Lo'nat;."

FIRE !.-.Oti Saturday evening laft, ablot 7 o'clk
n alarming fire broke cut in a Stolie in Milk-fireer,
occupied by Mr SopvE,(fo;rnerly kept by Mr Nile,)
chich was totally confumned in a ihort time, togeth-
rwith a number ofother (fables and baius, and twot
Dwelling-.houfes, one occupied by Mr Jlin S. Lil-
e, the other by M, Fol'ick. The timely exertions
fthe citizens prevented its spreading, though the
Id-South Meeting-houle was in imminent danger.

p)-" A PARD.-Jous S.I.ILLIE takes thIismeth-
d to express his gratitude to his tclluw-citizesi for
heir great ceritions to fr.ve his property frim the
e on Saturday evening; and would be obliged to
.y one having his goods in their pofliffioa, tw leave
em at No 27, Marlborcugh-flrcci.

FIRE.-On Wednefday evening latf, the Faitory
Sterling, (Con) was ti tally coinumed in one hour.
thing was laved The lofs is eflimated at about
,o000 dollars. 'The fire caught through the cari-
ffnefs of thofe v ho were employed in the pi,.kirg
cm. Eight thet fatnd 'ollabis VItef infuitd..

MAKRIED--In New-Bedford, Mr. Petty Ruf-
I, to Mifs D.beurAh H;ntliawa;y.
In Che;fea, (on ihrifinas evening, Mr. Edward
att, to Mifs Mary Ribbins.
Int Charleftown, Mr ci.,ert Tufts, tolMif, Mary
bickering.

DIED]-In England, sd Nov. theqPrincefs Ame-
, 13th child, and youngest daughter of tnh King of
eat-Eritain, aged 27.- In Fut.chal, (Mad!.e;ira) 'd
v. deeply lamented by her fiends andconuexion.,
*r. Sarah Bicker, wifeof this town -In Virginia, Cyrtis Griffin, Ffi. Fcc'-
I1 Difrif Judge.-In -itnfaile, 17th int. .Linuh.
azer I.oomis, aged 55 : in a fit of irfanity he
ng hiimfelf. He was an affectionate husband, ;a
der parent, a kind & lh,'pit b e neighbor, and a
pedable citizen. In the reviluti;ttnary war he
e a faithfull, indefatigable fuldier, and continued
arm defender ofhi, cei untry'trights, both fioit
eign intrigue and d:n.eflic failion,untijl his deati'.
has left a widow aud fix children to mourin his
imtey end.-In Falmouth, 3d inn. Capt. Jufeph
de, aged 84.-In Spencer, Capt. Edir.mutd Penas,
d S90.-In Grcrat-arringtg Maj. wm. Kihg,
d 76.-In R ehbuth, Col. Wm.Fullck, aged 95os;
.Samutel Jacobs, aged 27.--In Tauntrn, Mits
igail Atwood, egid 16, daughter of Capt.,eo.A.
n Quincy, "3d iilt Simon tiraer,aged 16,fifroni
Viticents.- In Andover. Mrs Abgail,sifie of Dea.
nuel Eanic, aged 70.-In galt.m, its. Elizahcte,,
recf Mr. Ant s l.an fen, aged ;;a.
n this town, n '1 lhurfday mornirg, suddenly,
ward Cray, F-lf. Coune lor at I a, ag, di .16 -
, Rebecca, daughter of Mr Jtia. tinhet t..J t, 4.1.
in Thurfdasy evcmong, Mits.ELzatin KiaO, a-
32, wife c.f Mr. Jon KAtg.
n Friday mcrnirg, Mrs. liE.;z-anna ea.'riEa,
vw rif his late Fxcellency ,ov. Yvrer, aged 5 ;
furnei al wvill |'r ceed from, htr it e MaitfinnHeu.-


eactin-flet, i, thl. y, at 3, 'cl. ek, P. Mc which!
frier dsuof the family are requtfled toalteudw,ith.
Sai ere par'.c!' r i ;:;Iic.


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UMPORTANT.--Mr. Sauvaget, r lte of graph, Bayad. ti &jeA fIroA etavia, for N.Yorl,
tht Edward, of Nantz, Capt. Moreau, (aFrench with a full and valuAblechte -OfflptCes. English fch
-pivateer) wh:ch failed from France o30th Sepit. Adventure. from l'eortfla for do ar. here 24th.
r.Arms,, that the bad ton board -u 1 "Shi Reiohstin t'e ontn'1'.a ab ut
by the'Emp. a .or, not to cupt ,,re A m erican t 2 or 3 U 0 boxes o fg ar fa ved iiut if .q-i' b nt m uck
ifels, even -h gh .bound -to England, afte, in damage --1iart oi ler fa 'i amd ri t',,n w ilUl b e ave d,
fie lk ItNov. He adds that he u tderft, 0.1 l all l nfae cotfe ind few hide,; a d4e"' tAI
other French velhels of war had the fame orders. rtce rr da-fs :, ilet.1iieci
He affoallates, that previous to failing, a vilit .'Spi Dh brig Minerva, 6lti tysi 'm..vaa,bou nd
.-as ma. on board, and -ie orders rot to ca,- S[ai., h lrg Minerva, 16'd&ysft,,uvona,bouttd
was made on board, and the orders not to cao-, to Briftolwitlh a cargo of Ruid, Wite, Iron, Powder,
ture American veicl., wherever bound, expreI and Specie, run altnre ou thi.e foutEI welftpoint 6f
ly retsewed.-E.C.H.B. Brinton's neck, at the etttran'ge of0l0i4 harbor"'-The
,' o.titt..iat An .C. .captain, mate. ftipercargo and ferall ha,.ls with the
omma;Citlr L alia l )! I nt~ignlCC~ veffel and cargo were Imft-the h"a'l thai, witl nine
S" -'--*-'" *handsfucceeded in gcttingan flitre.
lFr.M tt Sxcange ofafer-Hre Boost.) Yeflerday the .f. o.'fcl-oner Revenge, Capt. Per-
'PORf OF BOSTON. ry, arrived in this harbor, in 4 hours and a half from
THtRSDAY,'Dec. 27-Arrived, brig Aligator, New.London, Cou. :.
from Charleftli, 19 days;. fchrt Perfeterance, Pe- .
nobfeot ; Ruby. Portland; S. Jack, Baltimore ; a-ar -*
Friend hip,New.York;Induftrjy,do;;L4-J6e, ridg- Frornm Cape Fran:oi.-I.etteis from Oe Cape to
port; Naticy, Glolucller,;iloopa Hero, Alexandria; 28th NN osla, ceiede taieut le Ameri-
-Hannah, Madrilehea&- -- --"-can mailers, fiupercargces, atnd merchants, had beet
CLARANCM -'2 e Cooers-el. bri fjlmutned before-tLt-Prfident, ib fated that lhe
ope, Savannah lra'hmnis deato e et should ill detain the America s and their property
,ey,,Plymous.J;flrit Hero, a until the 152,000 d..ls was paid irto his treafury-
FRIDAVyDec. rived.fclitFour-Siflers,fr. Sb thatethersveas no) profpe of the Atif'rican vef-
Salen .t Hoanelt, Penobfcot; flop Polly, Marble- ls getting a-way--Mr.'F. had however got permif-
y *.-" f ion for fch l ariner, to fail for Baltimdfe [has put
.CLtAR AsNCS. Fa.e;ign-lrig itpfey, Plummer, into Norfolk] and to return hack ; which gives fome
'.for.Cadiz.. Coafer,-d. brig Malfafoit; for Marble- hope tham-ptner.-An. veltels may be permitted to de.
i ead ; Il,,p Friendfhip, Newburyport. part in ballal.. Cofice had fel S5 15per cefnt 15 fou,
SSATURDAY, Dec. 29-Ar'rived, fchr Trim, the curutit pr;ce,.thQ' there was little or dbone to be-
Browni, T,nniagen,54; linens, glafi, &c. to C.Cool- had ; -fugar high,,'to s.dls. ;,-alevives 8 dis bbl ;
mdge & Co. Left at Frederickltadt, Nov. 2, brig flour 20to t25; porkL L3 ; beeN No.. 1, 18. The ex-,
Eliza, of Bollon,.for New Amfierdam, uncer ; fchr port tationof hides, logwood, and msthogany is pro.
Jeremiah, Inge-fol, of do. for New Orleains, in S or hibited -E. C. H. B.
6 days. Left at Tonningen, Nav. 4. brig Edward, A letter from Charleflr.r (S. 0.) of 15th inil.'flys,
Littlefield.(bought by the captain) to fail in 8 or to There is nothing doing here at present for Am.
days ; a Salem fchr. naute .a"kuusYgNyqg angotdif-. iUi e-; AheB; uflc .re'afMk.dig-as -for.ot-
"-ch'ear'feve:al other veffels. names unknown.- to ; r oie from 5. to 61 per ton ; pine plank is fhip-
Spoke, Nov 19, lat 47, Ion 34, brig Richmond,from ping at 25 tils. m ; timber is very farce.
BSlnon for Port Glafgow, 30 days out, had loft her At A.tigua, Dec. 1. flotr 13 d1s.-At St Barts, Dec.
deck-load.- Nov 20, lat 45, Ion 37., an American 3, markets dull. .
fhip. 8 weeks from N.Orleans for Selfaft.. At Wilminton, (N C) Dec 11, beef 9 dis. ;corn
29th,ar. fchrJohn,'r Trner, Caffine-floopLaura, 75 cts ; flour.(new) 8 to 8 50; boards (1 1.4inch)
'Carey, Hartford. 10 to 19 per m; timber, (fquare pines) 1 ; slaves,
CtEARANCts. Foreifd.-Brig Eliza, Lathrop, (w. o. lihd) sP ; r. o. do 12 ; w. o. bbls 14 to 15 :
Jamaica? C'ofers.- -Slip Samuel, N. York--Sch'r. heading (w.o. hhd)j 35; tar, bbl.'l 75 to 1 80 pitch,
B,)illtn, Charlefton-New-Bethiah, Wilmington, N. 2G60: turpentine (320 Ibs) 2 75 to 3 ; rum, (Am.),
uCarolina-Catherine, Baltincre-Union, Duxbury, 75 cts.
Fame, Baltimore-Two Brothers, Newburyport- --- --- :=: ..
Ranger,Hampden-floop Indtufry, Beverly; Packet, Dr. WATERIIOrse's Le&atres on N natural His-
Plymouth; Sally, Marblehead. t oryare changed, by requeft,to Tucfd., and Thurf-
SoNDAr, Dec 50-Ar. thip Odell, 63 days from day evenings.
Cadiz, with fair & Merino (heepto Rice and Savage. '
30th,,ar. fhip Monfoon, Brigham- Havana, '20 .. .
eaAys;.fgargs,to.A!len, Green & Huf& J~eft, Hav- Removal to ANo. 9, MarlborO'-ireet.
ana Packet, for'Boft6n,in 4 or 5 days. A & S.ARCHIBALD, with fenlibility and grat-
SOth, 'ar. brig Mercator, Dyer- 62 days from St kAI" itude. express their Thaiks and Acknowledg-
Helena; wine, pepper, &c to T. K. J.nes & Co, W. merits to their Friends and the Public in general, for
Walter & Co. Left, fch Ann;:Homer, ,fr BoftC,Tor- the early exertions and kidtattenrtionis they experi-
the Capeof Good Hope, to fail in 8 or 10 days.- enced during the late fire,and by which a confider-
Spoke, Nov-a4, lat 18 50, Ion 59;, 0,4iip Alert, able part of their Property and Furniture have been
Dunlrp,S9.days'fr.oon Port Glafgow for Jamaita, all faved. They have ag.in opened their Goods for f;i'e
well. Dec 8, lat 32, Ion 65, brig Neptune, 23 days at thi Shop, formerly occupied by Mr. Jn d cMe
from N York for Bermuda, had loft herdeck-toad f Farlane, No. 9, Mar/ ho'-flreet, and f6licit the patron-
cattle 3 dbs.hefore. Dec 1.7,t 4, on63s; fch St age of Friends and Cul omers,to enable them to re-
Paitrik, Phillips, 9.days fr Philadelphia for Tener- trieve their loffes. ~ Sp dec 31
life, in a leaky condition, left him lftanding to .the .. ......--
fouth,had loifllia boat. Dec 22, lat s9, Ion 72, brig ILOST
Catherine, 2 days from. Yqork for Madeira. '
S30t, ari. flch Refultion. erry, Laguita, 25 days, T bere in Mikree on Saturday evening
with coffee &c. to A.Dunham. Left .a N. Y.fchr. a Red Morocco Purle, cs tainig a 'Iwenty
-being the only American in port;. Spoke, Dec. 22, Dolla Bill f the Uited Stalesak, a Nine of the
-feli Laura, FotterfrtmB.noao.for Baltimore. d Blofit Batnk ard a Seves of the Exeter Batik.-
S30th, r, Fr, rgVulcan, Prccl, Havs, 26 diysf- The finder fall be entitled to one half by leaving
th, ar.g ulcanPrie aa 26 dys, t thi offie. de a
gars, to 1. Packard. i at is_ ...


LEFT-At Port .!aria, (Jamaica) Nov. 27, brig
-Nancy, Little, of Wifeaffet, to fail for Savannah in
6 days.-At Tonriingen, Nov. Il ,fch Dolly, of NeW-
buryport, repairing, cargo in king's warehouse; Ifhip
Pilgrim, Webfter,of Keinebuok,- for Philadelphia.
-Ships Friendflhip, and Reiittanuce. both of Beflon,
7;-..'ar.at Eckenfert -,(hip Packet, Hinckley, and
brig Betfey, Bowles, both of Bopton, at Gluckfladt.
i The barque Hairper, Tomlinfon,of Salem,nor being
admitted-toan entry at Tonuingei, was proceeding
to another port, but was captured in the Eyder by a
-French privateer, and earri-d up to Frederickfladt-
At Liverpool, Nov 9, fliip Eliza-Ann, Steel, of Port-
Jand, for N. York; -.-Chafe; fl-om Saco; Ann, Page;
Sf.Bath.-At Cowes, earoline, Davis, of Boflon-Ati
Dublin, Cefar, Powers, df Wifcaffet.-At Havana,
Dec. IS, brig Havana-Packet, Lovett,-fotrBofton, in
4 days ; brig Norton, juift ar.from Bofton.-At Pt.
-.Petre, (Guad.) Dec 4, fch ally, Yell, of Beverly, for
Newburyport, hi 22 days ; fch Hanlnah-Eliza, Hy-
;.ler,to fail in 14 days; feh V.Itair, for Porto PR-o,
in.2 days; and bark Mars, Friend,,ancer.-At Fort
Royal, (Mart.) Dec.'2, fc'h Union, for Slema;'and
S.Sally,.Q iner, for Marslehead, 'to fail next day.-"
At Havanna, Dec. 6, Trial, from Newport, for Bof-
-ttlt, mailer dad : Sukey;'Ofo6od,.of,Salem, 80 days
From Tonningen.juft ar; Betey,R;owe,'from New
'Orleans for Bolftinm, juft ar. in dillref.l; Editerprize,
,Bradfd.'dfrcmi R. Island ; Halcyon, Larcod,, trbm
Beverly, fo< Bofton; Marietta, Cfar'k, from Jacque-
mel for Boftlb, juft ar. At Sti Pie~rres','Dec. 4, Oli-
ver Cromwell,fbt Piymnuth, ii da,; Lucy, Rider,
for Bofloa, in 6.; and John, Tiuaicio, do din8.
SPOKEN,--Dec 11, fat 28, -17, Ion 60,fch Mot-
ning-Star, Ingraham, of Hinghaasn, fior Bofton for
St Thomai'ss,out 12 days, all-tiell.

"21ED.IOR.AD.l .
FtomKingflin (7am,) poe.rs. i, Decemrser If,lreeived
.. at N.-a. .,, ..
At Montego Bay, brig John, Auflin, .Bofton..-
Two American veffels have arrived at St. Anns, and
two at Savannah-La-Mar,names not known.
Upwards of 30 -veffels were loft. at and near La
'Vera Crtz, in the Odt, gale. : ,
Cleared from Port Autoaio, the, brig Faithful
Servant, for Bofton. -
A brig faid to belong to New'Haven, from the
W.-Indies, wetiafilore at Filluer's Ifland .n tLhe
Sight of the 24thh iift.:nd bilged. She was laden
with rum and fault. A-fch. went affihorat the.fame
-place the fame night, from N. tork fir Machias.
; Loyd'&t f1-of Nov. 6,"fays," the Alexander, of
Boflon, from London, ,was driven afliore with many
:.thers.on YTrmoduth'eablch.. '
i Ship'Marquis deSomeru!is, Chandier, of Salem, ar.
N.' alTYoik laft MonLddIb from N. Orleans, IS days
ir. Bale. Led, brig Louiliaua, of Beflonin 15
'dayy ; Reward, ol Newburypoirt. in 5, and Nereus,
-i0 20; all fur Greenock ; brig Geo-Wafllingtopof
,Bath ; Elizabeth, of Newburyport ; tfch Sampfon,
-for Cadiz-Spoke, fch. Olive-Branch, 25 days from
4Grenada, foi Boiflon, aud Luppl.ed 'er with:fails,
figging, &c.
u Sch Mariner,Ellis, 19 dayifrom C. Francois, ar.
?at Norfolk, 18th ifW l-for Bakimore; was obliged to
dgive Chrillophe a bond Io return to the Cape.-
f. 8paulding hda been dfnmiffed by Chriftdphe. Left,
declineded by Chr1ilophu',khri Conc-rd,., rrteman,'of
Buol'fn; Sukey, Stores, of Glouceller; Betley, Mills,
ofBuflota; Centurian, Netherly,pr do ; Fr.ne, Tur-
ner, of Brifol ; Nancy. B;atTe, of GCloucellr ; floop
alert, of Porulana,and -2 or5 3 ouibern v ffel. .
Capt. Ftrohingham, of brig lofeph, of Boflon,
i--wrecled on E. Hlotida) had arrived at Savannah,
i1thinft ,
.-Frmm l Fiw.vi'ar.-We have jfll been favored
.(Jay the Ex. Cf,- H;u, BSoi) with the perufal of a
letter from Capt. Cary, o( thr floop Laura, from
Hartfordifor Bi)Pon, which Iaa airite,. nat Old
Town.' It comaii the following irtEciell rgintelli.
gence.:-
"d' To*w,DA'e 6.-The felr Olive BranchClark,
fomn Grenada for Porrfiiunit.h, Iha arrived hicre, all,
'k a board,anid i',t.ci rpjlit ; a'fo, tiq'c!!e-
Si-> / :


Forty. Dollars Reward.
LOST on the 2;.ii infant, on the road between
Belfon Ne-w-Market & Bemis's Tavern, Wal.
tham, a POOKET BOOK, containing Forty or
Fifty Dollars in Bank Bills, and Writings of caqfe,.
quence to rftiSubferir. W !iocvcr lha tuken up
faid Pocket Bo k, aiid will deliver ir widi the
Papers, to faid Bnmis, fall be entitled to the above
Reward." JOHN -CHENEY..
Dec. 3t.1..
Strayed or Stolen, -
ROM .rabam Wheeler's Yard, on Wednefdav
Evening, 23d'inftantZ-A black HORSEhis tai!
cut 6F;'Fqure-about 14 hands high-his mouth
fplit up withI his bitts. Whoever will return faid
Horfe to the Subftribers, fall receive a generous. q
reward. SAMUEL PAYSON,
.. AER'M WHEELER.
Doc'i.dr, Nv. 28. ( Take Notice.
'1 3BE SOLD. about Ten Acres of excellent
Good LAND, being part of the Eflate 'if Sam'l
White, late of Watertdwn, deceased, fitiated in the
Iortherly part'of faid town, in the neighbourhood
-of Meffrs. ..Pible'and ; Olis, and on an eminence
conml.tIlag Ithe greater Profpect ot any Spot in
the county of Middlefex, Ihaving a clear View of-
'the toWtnl of Cambiridge, Wefl-Catnbridge, Charles-
town, Bollon, and Boftin harbar-all which makes
it -an-objekfor ahvy'ientleman, wifliing to purchase
a pleafant and hea!.hy situation for a'Ctunty Seat.
Also, About 40 actes of Land, of the firfl quality,
being part of the fame Farm, with the Buiilings
therein, which willbe fold, with or without tlhe
firli mentioned Land. For further particulars, in-
quire of AMOS BOND.
Watcrtdwn, Dea.11l. :(tf)
A Rare Chance !
T0 BE LET-a fpadious ROOM, S3 feetrby 34,
With power from a Water-wheel, to turn any
kind -of Machinery, in the dryelt -feaf9g, (with or
without a Honfe 'and Land), not. more than 15
miles from Bofton-It will lie .et on advantageous
terms to a Clothier, with a fmall Capital.
Inquire at the Chamber, No.55,Cornhi)l, entrance
in GCourt-street. (dec. xl.
-- CHAIN- -RDGES.

JNFORMATION is hereby given, that Mr TIM-
OTHY PALMER, of Newliuryport, Maffachufetrs,
has agreed to take charge, of the concerns of tha Pa-
tentees of the Chain Bridge, in the flates of Mafla-
chufetts, Newhian-pfhlire,Vermont, Rlode-lfland and
ConnedLlicut, fo far as relates to the fale of P-tent
rights and the conftruelion of .Chain Bridges.
'. Mr. Palmer will attend to any applications
Relating to Bridges, and if desired -.ill view the pro-
polted fcite, and lay out and fuperiitend the work,
or recommend a suitable perfon to execute it.
JOHN TEMPLEMAN.
Approved, TIMOTHY PALMER.
December 3 1I, -f 0.

New Line ,of Stages,
FRONM BOSTON TO QUEBEC-.
PUB LIC notice is hereby given. that there is a
regular Lite of STAGES erefled to run ftom
Qucbec. through CRAIG'S ROAD, to A Efon. arid will
commence on the fourteenth oflJanuarv next, and
will hberegularly kept up by the Sutibciibers. The
Proprietors of faid Line will run as follows ;
Start from Quetec ai[d lIn.fn on Mondays in each
and eveiy week.meet at thie ine of 45 degrees abrth
latitude, ar St.atflead, on \Vcdi.fdavs. anId arrive 'eat
Brflcnuad 0u'.Lc II Saturdays 'if thle fame week,
JO; A'At STILES,
-" JOHN GRIFFIN:,
Qr...r. (O O[,D,
1 JON.\. SILrI.AIR,
JAME-. G\-R IN1 .,
MEN.RY ST1'EV 3,, ,
' .V 5::, ',. .c. '7 1'10. Jp


For rsa I y. J- S.D HAR
GO.--No I1,Irris'-wharf,
100 tons of HEMP, superior qu:li-. .. \ t:t .il. ,
ty- d). of s J.. S .,d Salble IRON- bx- .. -.
Yae... white rd brown SUG ARS ,UO Wi e el i I. l ... .. .... .. '- ,t-. m V
a.L beft grcih COFFEE, for .etailiug.. OM lA. 1' r,
STh -big iLG PH, will fail .. -s-- n MP, on l credit .
ifh dfys'-for freight,apply as above, dec-31 To which will i add...! fr iI i 1i i,
SFO HALIFAX, year., the Mulical Ar G:.. :s. .. c i i 1 An i t '
I'The 1ch SWALLOW, Lang.- T- U NPl iL OGA1' 'i ',. iars ,
ley, mailer, will fail in a few days. .r... ., -"t...".hr' -
., -- SS,, tor freight, apply to Coo & Fos- ooros opera at a, aid Cuor ;;nu tr.. .. .,'''
TEK,, N6 t55,Indida-flree. dec 31 cluLk preccfelvy "t..t h,,, ... ,, -- "' ,',
-' "-,*rpar ,n, o ,
r-,X.' Fr,,itWnefor DemeraraT, VENTRILOQUIS, ... 4n.. I 'n '.. n....n,,ro
ABOUT so tons EREIGHT is -.A T the Exchange Coffce-H.,,rc, on TUESDAY I' eview"d b.pp ".' ."'" i; ,. Y
wanted to complete the loading of .L and THURSDAY the 11t and ai. .. v ,5 .' noter- WN
or.-. the brig HIRAM, which will- fail Will be prefeatcd naisy new antd i:rprh. i-g pi .-. rtu)i--f' :. -__ '.n n ,
on the 5th January-a, ply on board there veffel at ...-rmancesi wln,,h ill I b. und ri.uirely1 pe.r 1.{ 2. \
Rowe' wharf, to Mr Benja. Prodter,or. Gcoo,.t.r- ar.v' iti'sat diplaved For r.th it 'i..L \
ro,,ugli,jc. at No 9, India-ftre dec 31 ll nol i lds lirih r' y behad attthe barof e "' \
For S- ,- --- Exhang.- -At \Vf tw l.. a& i "dO.i.ice, \
r S- Doors open at half palt 6, and performance to 'r -S ,
--i- h A SCHOONER, of 110 tons. commence at 7 o'clock Ti"ketIs: cents. .. 5 ba Ie Craff/1- l o lhlds 1.rifttlih-;
'^ff# 1% ready to receive a Cargo. N. B-Ladies or Gent!e'isn, dclirous of having E ,. Di 'p P' Fi' ch .. I'" ,
f4-a BRIG,about 1 20tons,deep feats kept for them, will pleafe fend timely no ice, .a H.- tpr-
o s-A .y waft-2 SCHbONERS, 83 and 75 During the evening willbe difplayed lOO00ereptiotns ...o' n- l" and o '2 ,nown at .e'
tons-Apply to -JOHN V. QUINCY, any one of which will e laid open. Nights o f .. -\Ji .-\-t -
Dec. 1. No. 28, Lit,.g-Whirf. 'fornane'e Tueldays-and T'iurfdays. dec 31 T-.S DAY, at p loc
Samuel Bi1lhgs, ...- ,-. 20 .0 ^l -c ,
Ar. 26, India-Str,et, t for Sale, .'OS0l2 0L S. 20 ba-ndle fleet i'n, importj
STEEL, Bar Moulds, Plownlae Moudls, fnd .HA.f1Mj RKET PL,.AC-bottom ofthe Mall. and damaged t ft hip Genera; .1inili. froa; fLi.e,
forty boxes Rullha wrought Nails. Dec." 1. --_.-- pool-'0 calks aourted Nails; 30 grwc.I, ifer-y an"
Exchange on New-Yor'l'. \ raESSRS. CAYRTANO & Co. Managersofth'e Cotton Chalk Lines.
N fms to flint purchalcr-Appl to COOKi 1- ,,, newv EtIeflrian Company, have the hon',r to 4 bbls. F.gli^ i GI.
..... FOSTER,,' ni'-stret. D c.3 p ir" m tll I .,'.", ind Gentlemen of Joflon, that ---
FOSTER ia-stret Dec. 1'. eir Yrli lr e -fr.,',tii.i.- will take laeeTO-MOR-. TO-MORR IW, ;t t-f 2, o'chock;laiab e.

Spermaceti Oil. o dw'h r' eRro Oasnoi'nwdieOi 80 boxes white "arodwn Stgar, ,
ITEEN cafks firft quality Spermacet; OL- Fea sof Hof an sting and ailit, t. entitled todebenture-0-lbs COFFEE.
Sper.aceti Oil' .0W [ot r C, ineatsot'o rear- t nr whic they .ii _. oi .." o- nd
landilig 'from-floop Hawk, for fale by WM give ...neralfatisa-e-oall whom o.o.rthen. ', conditionss r .ae .
Ov- gi^ ge general fd'aat'c utoUan Whonr oonoarrlnie rV ISPEI1,&BOND, aud ."'\
LOVERtNG, ju. No. 49, State-street. dec. 27. with their prelonce W. r ., au s-
Robe ShTOMORROaw EV ,an. n THURSDAY next, at 'clock,
TT b sNo 3, Kilb, street, At No 38, I 1g. W1,ar f.
ASor fale-4 0 boes by .0, s8by 10, and Their brilliant Reprefentation IO boxes white..& brown "nrvan.I
l0bv 19 Window Glafs-50 cafk co-t and wrought will commence byv the Grand Military Mananvresi SUGAR, entitled to deheriture ,--
Nail.s-a qauntity of PAIm Oil-2 bales CaplinSeine performed -by eight Riders well mounted : after .- do. do do. partially d.ms, ,
and perritng Nets.-A configumentof Irifl Linens, which, Mafte'r ATNAL (pupil) will perform a va- Go,, aon at e.
India Cutton and Mulling. dec 31 riety of attitudes, the ifeps of d:incing,'t'e ftrais -of i WHITWELL & BOND, au
.per ..O., .. vi .... ..'ar c. tlhe (tirrurt, &c &c.
,Sperm. Oil, Havana Sugars,.&c. Mr Conr ,will fignalize hiimfeff inmnany feats of 'Onr THURSDAY bt t, at 12 o'clck,
TOSIAH BRADLEE, No. 29, India-street, Horfemanfl-ip and agility. he Will perform difficult .. f1de. l..... '
Has for fale, landing from Poop Hawki tricks ; likewife the feats of the Sciffirs, &c. T'HE ,ood and faft f "' i i '.",
20 calks Winter-preffed Spermaceti OIL; Mr CAYETANO will perform tOn two Horfes, 1ite ._L \ .N .. '4 '1si '-
112 boxes befllSpermnaceti Candles. laughable rene of the Metamorphole.. e, r NCE, 241 tonsb I r-
From .flop Expiriment-69 calks Winter-preffed Mr MENIAL in the Chara'ter (:f the Clown, W -.0i, p' Tg: ler, "n ,,i .,, ...-
firained OIL-30 do Summer 'trained do. perform federal Comtic Scenes of Buffoonerv, and ly Mr. rigg; ind bottom op erT, fae d,
40 boxes white Havana SUGARS. dec. 27. will execute dferent attitudes, and vaults, l-orld in and vry rfpe a couple p
Rc-har dl D. T u |f Cvna'itions liberal--wae nowtn at tJ fe "
Richard D. Tucker, Mr ConDr on the Slack Rope, will perform nn ,,aa i e e a -VIo-EWORT-. '
V-o. 32, Indiafltreet, Ha for Sae, ny handfo-ne feats, too numerous to be itferrd. I Sor, No. -1, India-Wharfs
SO bbls.. Cyder Brandy ; Malner DuFF r.(pupil) Will, for his fit appear. wIiTIVE.L-L BOND, auar,.
.w .C der a d y; ance, execute different Feats and Atlttudes, ver.v fur- .
Jamaica and Antigua RUM ; N. C. Cotton; prifing for a youth of hisagbe O F,. bAY-- t, t. 2 o'clock
300 pieces firflquality Ruffia Duck ; Mr C.AYETANO Willpferfrm the Conmic fcene of ^ 6".f.L,; ot. ,
170 ps. do Ruffia Sheetings ; the Canadian Peafant, ;ind diflinguith h.nitneh if a Vi liely be f, id to' f No .thtend,
60,000 wt. Green Covee; -variety of feats of H-orfenmanfiip, and agility, after-, THE hip' AVORbur-
Souchong and Bohea TEA ; w ards leap over Hat, Glove, execute the feat of-the tHEn h ip EoAVOitSa. br-
90 tons clean Hemp; 4 ca.e hit i Linens; Two Hoops, ngle, double and triple; his perfor- then 23tons, built at Salem, hy a,.
5.000 ps, yellow Nankins ; ance to be varied, by leaping over. four Ribbands, approved workman even y"ars *,I.
James river and Kentucky Tobacco; and the extraordinary feat called Topfy Turvy. cupCPer-fatrened, copper fteathe.
Beef and Pork, crates Glali Ware, Atfer which will 1le executed thp Great Tramnpo- and welt found. Terms libtal.-
Cuba Cigats, &c. ) li Exercife, by Meffrs. Con~T, .MENIAL, and the TO-MORRQW, at 12 o'clock,
Exchange on London. dee. S1 Young African, in which they will throw federal At Jofeph Ripley's Ofce,
John Parker & Sons, fomefets over Riblbands, Man's head, Hurfes, and Ar No. :t, ,di:.atrat,
Sthe Youg African will. conclude, by going ovr 000 w't. Coffee, in bags
No. 20, Long-Wharf, 1Iavefor sa.'e, five horfes. t. ee, i bags ;
OW landing from floop Packet, Mr Cayetano wll execute on tohorfes, rhe-Pyr- 5 hhds Rum-2 pines Raifin Biandy;
i 80 hhds Martinique MOLASSES. amid,with Mafler Duffee (landing on his fhoulders, 8 pipes Giu-14 blis. do.
Landing from brig Juno--15 pipes and 50 quarter .r,rd ternina,,. hy.ltl. A itudaenthe two separated .-Isboxes White and b Atwn Hava'a SUGAR.
c .s.b JMalasa WIaIE ..-.. .. ," ,,i ,,i 7" hhds. Retailing MOLASSS.
S.. "..ay-Havsta Mont_.-_- Mr Menial will perform the comic feene of the
Landing, rom floop Ale-t-Retailing Molaffes and Tailr Rd to W er, On WEDNESD Y nexi a't 1 o'clock,
vana wite Suga The whole to conclude with elegant Fire-Worki, At 4A ndia.stre,,
i,'r flrewd-l50 bags COFFEE ; cempofed of keiral pieces, by M-Ir Menial. For '.- lne".ft of' h,. ,Jerwri rs.
Sbus Po n STOPeal 26 tierccs RICE, partially damaged.
t7.' Martis Piot and G earl Aples H a'a-Perfrmances to take place on TUESDAYS RILEY, Au. '
Batav:a, Martinico, Guadaloupe & f avana Coffee; and THURSDAY3-Doors open at 5 o'clock, and -- -T-.-ISD-Y i ,l-Au
Tierces,hhds. and bbilsMufcovadoSugar, performanceto begin at 6 rc;ly. Ticketsto be No. 7TH DAY, at I o'clock,
212 boxes white and brown Havana Sugar, haaat the Office of the Crcu., on the evening of RES in Dorchreet,
Syfon Souchongnm'd Bohea Teas, : performance; and for the accommodation of the
Cadiz, Turks land and St.Ubes Salt; public Ticketscanbe had of Melrs DoM rTT & FaI.- Turnpike, to tfttle an Eftatt of" a person dcce.';c-!
80o tonis Hemp ; U 'ANKs, Marlboro'-flrcet. Box Tickets 1 dollar, Pit DANIELI WILD, Au-&.
820 pieces Ravens .DUCK ; 50 cents-Children under ten years, half price.
250 pieces Ruffia Duck ; -- -- On THURSDAY next, at i o'clock,
300 ps. Rullia Sheetings, entitled to debenture ; New-Year's Evenifig. A Ao of s, sa ,,'.....,
100 casks Sugar Hgf-ead Nails, -Ulessprevov dfpf fatrivate a),
o0s prime vory-55 tons Logwood; The COLUMBIAN MUSEUMI A few bales 'adras H zandkerchiefs,
22 bhhds St. Croix Rim. j n JMdft received from Madras by the brig Clirif ---
Caraccas and Illand Cocra, TREM VT-.STREATT-BOdTON, The mufters may befeen at any time at faid fln.-e
EXCHANGE on England. Dec. t1. '-WILL HE OPEN ED-B G. BURR ;TGHS, r. A
TO-MORROW EVENING, Jan. 1, 1 '8. G
Union InfuranrpC COmpany-r 1 Among thle numerouslaolletionofinterefting To be fold at Audttion,
aHEn. S ko r Prod.uaionsofNature and Arta great variety of On THURSDAY, Jan. 10, at 12 o'clock, V.
I HE Stockholders of the Union Insurance Company ELEGANT SCRIPTURE PAJNTINGS 0,, ; 1'r- "
-i are hereby notified, ltat their AnnualMeetieg have been lately added, The Eftate lying in Curt-re,
will be hel dat the Company's Office, in State-fireet, The Mifeure will be decorated with Fore Trees, forgery c at Ei e in Curtded asf
or. MONDAY, 14th January next, at 11 o'clock, The Mufeum willbedecorated with Forell Trees formerly called Moffatt's ETlatc, .,undcd as foildw y
A. M. fo r the purpose of choong fet aten Dir o'clock, &. agreeable to the annuateu6m, on this occalon. on Court-street, there feainring 80 feet ; on lB
A. M. for the purpose of elnooting fe, en Direhors Tlhe Lower Hall contains the large Ox,live Birds knap'sAlley, 7 t; onNah'Ioh fee
for the year enfuing, and aaing n fulch other mart. amd other curious Anin-als, \Mrino g Figures, &c k apo illey, -7ftc ;o 7Na:h'!l Juioncis Iai fteg
ters as may come bIyfore them. Afent Membcrs Aita oving Figures,&c. on Tilley Whitcombnih, 70 feet 6 inches, maki g i.
smay y oproxlegallyAdnauthorizsd for that ittance 2.5 Ce,,ts. the whole, abput 14,000 fiuare feet-which wilI b
may vote lh proxb y n legally authorized for that pur-. DOYLE, Miniature, Crayon and Portrait divided into eight Lotr, namely, four fronting o
pofe, or by geneal letter of attorney. Painter, continues to execute in his befllflyle and u- Cour.-street, each about 2L feet in width, atd ex..
SABoln I,18MUEL KING, Secretary. foal accracy.-Profiles alfo takencorredt, and Nee- tendintg front 75 to 8 feet bacl to-a Court 25 lee'
,die-work pamted,athiiRoomadjoiningthe .Mufe- wid, the other four, fr,,tting foutherly.on ..i
'1AXES. uu. "-. -- Conrt, about the fame widh. Aad-runuing aioit 7
THE premium o Thrcee Per Cent on the payment Annual African Lelture. feet deep, to a back paiEage. This Lacd bIeig t.-
of TAXES, inWards No 3, 8 and 9,. will cafe TO-MORROW being New-Year'a d4, the tuated ne-ar to the lCnrt-Houfe, and centre of Int;-
This Day, the S311 nift. ANNUAL LECTURE of the' 4frical S cicty nefs, will afford aa excellent opporltugiy for p WM SMITH, Treaiurer and Colle'lor. will be delivered at their Mecting-Houle in Belknap dCifp lfed to itiveft their property in Real Fi.ate--
Treasury- Ofice, rVo. 17, Old State Hfiuse,7 freet, by the Rev, Dr. G'lr-tr-F. Service to begin To be fold in. ote, or more Lots, as may buft tur-l
Bemon, December 31, 1810. at 7 o'clock in the evening-We u.iderfland there purehafers, a ererou, Credit will be g.ven.-
swillbe a celleoion for the relief of the. Rev. Mr. A plan of the Eflate may he feen, and the term<
Medical Inflitution of Harvard PAU anti in and of the funds of the African School. nt Credit known, byap,.,ingtotihcCa 1'er of te.
lUnverfitv The pious and charitable are refpeafuily invited to Union-Bank, to to
SUR I NO the continaance of the Lectures,which atemil ; asmld it is hoped the at luetnt antI liberal wiil G. aurroeA 3., ;:n. auadr.
I. will ite until the lUth of February next, Surgi- n0t negleV this opportunity bfdog god. aluaote Real ftt Au-
cal operations willhe performed, andithe luhfcquett On WEDNRSDAY, .d Jan. next, va attendance affordedgiatis, bytheProeflbrs of Sur- Attle State Prifon ,arr-hoi.', No.o, Hrri.'-Bail.,tng, On MONDAY, 14th Januarv, at 12 o'clock,
geiy, Doctscra WARi .r, senior, and WAaaRREN,ju- WaSter-Street, (Un .fsi piv.afly dp.fffl of at fi'ste f,,l,
tr, on a!l perfons whofe circumllances isall be 'TILI commence thIe Sale of the following de- That valmbie & pleasantly ituat',t
",tcli as to render them prope.sobjes,,; provided they. e'f ribed M'IERCHANDIZE, Man tfar.tmtred at t '8FAT t" "* Y
hring certificates to thateffTe froeal the Seleitmen of the State Prif...t iChamlellown,of rhie bet materials, TTE it Leverett-Street, late y o.vned by J the town where they relide. dec 27 vis. Chaife, bridle bridnon & fitfle Bits ; Buckles,' thaiig, r.q.-It cant.ainis abl> ut 21,0;0 feet ut"
---~-- all lizes, Terrets, water Hooks, mtartinigale Hooks 'd hrusding on two Streets-being 16. feet on
Anatomy anT d Surg~-y. lo Tips, Loops Ovals, Slides, Kochs, plated & f lv Leverett-street, and l'J7 fet on W ilohir s ir t ;
HE Subfcrier will commence a courfeofLe.r,' Nails, tip.". eame ,,.Accomnistli,,on Ha,,d ls, Cluile '55 theet deciy o., he lo urthierly, uand 13te e-t
onrAnatomy ad Surgery, T 'Q.,RROK Jan. Orntents, daler Hatdlcs,1 t u1ll played Jiun ; one s ahcl y .ein frm ireet to Cree. The l.an i
dec. Fr terms inurt VL AM. rNGALLS, coas Lap; hafe Har.et.es,rockiig orrfe t)"fe Lot, frnntinti n two fireet ; or it *,, nl
er ca-- l, Bridlcstt.rniLatheslic, Andirotns, Shavel,Tn>ngs al' a 'i f "i r a ilock of ive or EC
NOTI *A CE ard Hooks cua-l's- & line Shoes, cit..Clolh, porchie ffnse toufes, .o Hand '"ot ed ground, and
T iE Sibfcribecrs, having been appointed by wriing-k. reas, Nil.,, Spik, &c. oft fot on Levereit-street w;.h Stahle I..is or Gardens
I the Honoable eWILLIAu HHEAI', Efq. Judge of the ve Wares,. have bei lsely rranucitaeircd I on W0htln ire.,trtct. The whole Ffta'e will be fold
of Probate of Wills, &c. for the county of Nortolk, aod will p;litively be fold free and unlitaied to the jr tether, alnd a Deed gi es lay sE'ward Gray, Ffq.
to receive and examine the claims of creditors to ilgheflt bidder. who will give any information re-npeliii the title
the eflate of S"I'EPHEN CRANE, late of Can:!n, '- e ,i .. _., t.. ...... T-- m t efS:, "'c et. peent. on receiving a Deed"
decetafed, reprefernted infolvent hereby give nico, rt TH RSD Y a y tanuay ne t be in money, or in fatifAor e-dored Nt-
that fix months are allowed to laid creditor, t On THURSDAY,he -d duy of Januay net, payable with interefi in fixry days, from the day ,-f
bring in and prove their claims ; and that we hll tl at" tnt o' clhc:: in t'e aTernonu,- -'falc--.5 per cent. e.ca in 3, 6, and 9 nro.lts, s,,,
attend the service alignied us, at the -oufe .fI/.-- ( 'f fore at Pr'i-at Sale) undoubted fecuriy. *" .
May, li ..lder in faid Canton, on the firft ?M: n, A valuable Real Eftate in Rading, Q. Burrcehs, ;:. aii
of eb)rmtary, April and pext, fom three ni t .l t.'. i fix o'clock; o. nim eW faid tays. fevcr.,' year-, I -r "'af ai t-d dry Gim ;,omo-e- SamulC, Blake o.
I I.1 T-Ir'. 'ANF, ? .,. T'he htuti is ih; fl ,t lv t.l tw 9i tbo es hii ,havtig N. .0
LEMUEL FUL.LER,^ Ca **",," a ;gaod C('lar itlie-r h'e whle-lt'' thas a!lfo, a Pain No. 4. Long.-i'harf. Have rnr t'ae,
Canton,-Dec. ;, 1810. d; ') ",l .,>i?:r Ou-.-;,,u),, ..i alibot lix a'res of ex. 6 Dipes old CO '..:C Bharm'V :


a r ,-~t Ian.'.~ II s ot~.,l d immslr 1'o~h itim 71kegs Nmo. I i, ua
Tuo z7c Let, nrov' r-t ---1 fileto WII at l~e HOe-C o t' -: *ihaea U'J- I n v,rm ft.-e. orhcm.qS .~~g r
v-,'. ctwo n-ornmidi,,t'l. Csmsn'rv and a .I l '- .)Iboldr tsr u t-Id,. 0;z Ubs an.;d L os as
0 ptsvasei ts c ile f e i n r, P. -Ire c m'' i o itt. ;.,jA p, A, om .*.'.'. a 4 + "A .5, F1:.,',,
Se-it,. .kituksLi t-a .n. ului, Iohice. r !;I) A\' \ Is )L s< 4." i/.d N' 3 -'i.-1",c











-R D A M u ,tc er & Gardiner,
MRTe o bJ r R ME R, David -" edper liip Gen. Lincoln,a freeh
H Tch h e brilgl S with ali po. AV of the bef of SHEFFIELD PLATED
fible difpatch. For freighter' pf-. coanifting -ofl
age.ppley.' George Buroughs.jr, Yo 9, India-freet. ea Setts complete, including
MBNJAMIN PaocTErza ill go out il t Tea and Coffee Urns, ofnew and elegant patterns
above me-tioned veffel. for the parpofe of e~t nt. Cake and Fruit Balkets with rich fell borders and
ing hirAfat Demerara.asaCommUfio." ended gilt bottoms; eat glafsSalts, gilt inside; round and
RequP the conlignmeMn of M~r"'t tuention to oblong Candlefficki, filver mounted; 2 and 3 light
for trt market, and will pa5 S'' w dec 3- Branches; chamber Candlefticks; Snuffers & Trays;
anrasfinefs entrufted tot-,e. elegant cat glafa Cafler, and liquor Stands .Decan-
a anrtir ter Standis, &t.-Apply at their flore, No 59,Corn-
,ch and fAft failing brig hill. dcc 24
i.ANT, will fail i"y a few d6ys.
or a few iosrFreght orPaffage, HARD-'W ARE.
S having good accommodations,apply COGO & PHILLIPS, No 9, Union.trest,
*o th aller ont boat d, at BArne's whurf, Fort Hill, AVE received by the flhip Gen. Lincoln, a fur-
ort6 Jousa PaskKet & Son, No. 20, Long-WarW -H lh br -fupply of HARD-WARE GOODS,
rt-G"T' wiich completes their fall importation, and will
T FOR FirEIGATIM DES make their affortment complete, including many ar-
The nt w brig ARCHIMEDES' ti les which are farce at market at this time, and
co275mpons built i the ode, owni e a which they will fell on advaimtageous terms for 1afls
complete order,- nd will Take a or credit.
Freight from this port to any other, orwill go to any or aned-Exhange on Philadelphia.
fonthern port aud take Freight for Europe. For dec 24
terms, apply to BALLA.A" & HART, at thtir Ship- dec4 6W
Yard, oforotbcard the veffel at Union-Wharf, North Red Fo Skins.
Ind. Dec 261.Red Vox Skins.
S.ASH and the highest price will be given by S.
,L Th TSE, ab BARRY, No.1, Old Stat-Hoofe, for 3000 RED
The rig BETSE Y, about 120 FOX SKINS- For Sale, as above,
,.tons. Ar4 person wrio may pur- 160o North-Veft MAkTIN SKINS,
chafe the above brig, eath have a c O.
full freight for Dublin. Apply to J. W.QUINCY, of an excellent quality.
Ship.Broker,No 23, Long-Wvharf. dec 24 Shoes Wanted.
Waited, TTTANTED by SAMUEL BARSARd, Mi6.
FIVi good VESSELS, W 10, M,Mrloro'-stra-a quantity of Women's,
from 80 to 100 tons burthen, to Miffes alfd Chrildrens I and f2d quality Morocco
f ptie-i tooNorth-Carolina and back Shoes. Algd, sd 500 pai-rs ef ii quality Walking
to Bofton-zpply to Sho-e.. oie e4
H. N. ROGERS, No. 56. India-street, CrGckery w ,Vre.
Who fas for Me. Tobacco-Tar- Pitch-Rozin; WTAINWRIGHT & JACKSON, hbae re-
Hhhs Staves and Heading. dec. 2'<7._ VV ceived per the flhip Gen, Lincoln, a further
.Fre..tFlour. fupply of CROCKERI' WARE, including a tunm-'
hundred rn. bandiAle her of well afforded ciates, ordered for country
t'W'w E hundred bbis lifperfine and ,ine Alex- trade-at No 1, Exchange-firect. dec 17
.I aniria FLOUR, juf arrived in fch Agnes, for -
ile *bOS. BAXTER, jun. No 41, Long-wharf. Crockery Wate.
Also, for sale, ifAMES SHERMAN, No 75, Newbury-ftrt.
* The faid fch'r AGNES, a ftaunch J| nearly oppofte the Lion Tavern, (fouth part of
d vetfel, 126 tois. If fhe is not fold in a few the town,) has in (lore, a good affortment of Crock-
d iays, flhe will take Freight for Alexandria, and fail ery and Glafs WARE, which he offers fbr fale very
Simediately. Apply as above. dec 2-1 low for cafli. Thofe who wi(hl to purchase the a-
bove Goods, will find it much to their advantage to
Cook & Fofter, call.
No 35, India-wharf, Have for fMe, Ware fent home to any part of the town free of
tL ANDING from fch Samuel-60 bils of fuper- expence. 6w dec 17
JL fine Richmond FLOUR. dec 2"4
W. 0. Pie Sta ve Crockery & Glass Ware,
W ILLIAM LITTLE, No 2, Long-Wharf, STEPHEN GIBSON,
has for fale-
h for ae- No 14, Broad-ftreet,
22 m. Pipe Staves; 10 do bbl do H AS recently received and fr fale-
10 do Hhd do-which can be delivered t any 160 packages of Croekery and Glafr WARE-a-
part of their townif applied for immediately. mongft which are-
Also, for sale--S00bbis Tar; 500 do Turpentine; So grates edg'd and cream colored Plates, Twif-
300 do Rofin; So calksefpirits Turpentine. *<(ifrs and Muffins; ,
deoe 2 20 crates cream colored Jugs aind Mugs;
SRipley1 36 do do do hand Bafons, Chambers and
1. BfBIswl; 10 do do do Teas;
To. 3, India-reet, s fi 8 do enamel'd Teas;
The Cargo of fch Colulmba, ; do afforded etrame'd and cream colored;
1000 gallons MOLASSES. 12 hhds afforded GLASS-confifting of
Also-200 ps Ruffia Duck; 1 baleRuffia Dial rs Tumb'tr's, Wines and ecanters.
-10 tons Hempt Cordage and Cables ; 200 coils Together with a general aiTuitment of Glafs ireamf
grafs Rope and Cables; 300 boxes Raifins; trails celot'd, printed and eanameled Wares, which will be
do; Rum, Brandy and Gin; a few pipertold Coniac carefully repack'd at fort notice oa reafonabli
Brandy; 200bbhsaBeef; 100 do Pork, 1000 yards terms, as ufual. 6w dec 17
mending Cloth; 10,000 lbs Coffee,' ROCKERY WARE.
Wanted,
"Y JONATHAN DAVIS, No. 41, India.wharf, H1aftdthin CO1llanmOT --
D a quantity of RED CLOVER SEED,well clewat No. 31, Marlboro'- ftet,
ed and free from fov', feed ; for fuch, the highest HAVE received per theHedor and John Adans,
pries and cafli down will be paid (eptf) dec 6 from Liverpoot, the remainder of their Fall
__ -fupply of GOODS, confifling of
Glafs, Pipes, Shot, &c. 68 crates common ena'tel'd and cream color'd
F OR fale by J. & D. ECKLEY- boxes To- Ware d, table fo c try merchant
bacco Pipes, afforted ; 650 boxes Window 65 do afforted, suitable to ei6ntry nierchant ;
Glafs, comprifing every fize; 36 crates do in flicets; 21 do and hhds blue printed, myrtle" and cam
70 cwt Grape and Round Shot, &c &c. mon enanel'd Tea Ware;
A (10 days) BfLL on New-York, for 2500 dolls. 5 do lufire, gilt and porcelain do do
deit 10 No 8I, Merchant's-Row, 4 do brown line Dining Sets;
oe 1 C e s5 do blue printed do do new patterns;
Cable:, Cordage, Bolt-Rope, &c. 2 do Luire Jugs;
-;-eArwa ue nn ic


BEMIS & EDDY,
No 12, Long-wharf, Have constantlyfosi sale,
C"ABLES, Cordage and Bolt-Rope, of all fixes,
manufadured in the beft s manner at the Rope-
Walk of Jofeph N. Howe.
Afio-Cafl Iron, Capftan Rims, Windlafs Boxes
and Turned Cogs for Blocks, which are much fu-
perior to the Compofition, and can be afforded at
efs than half price. 12m dec 17

GUNPOWDER, SHOT,- AND
SALTPETRE.
LIJAH WITHINGTON, No st, State-
fireet, has forfale-200 qr cafksInfpeled A-
snerican, Englifh glazed, Tower proof and Dutch!
GUNPOWDER; a few cats refined Saltpetre; 20
tons Shot, all kinds.-20 tons.Brimftone.
Purchaftrs forflipping, flips ufe, and town flores,
will find it for their intereft to apply as above.
fpt 20 (eptf)
Parker & Appleton,
RESPECTFULLY acquaint their Friends and.
Cuftomers, that they have formed a connection
with Mr. NATHAN APPLETON, (late of the firm
of Mefrs. & N. APPLETON, and that their
buifinefs in future, Will be tranfa&ed under the firm
of PARKER, APPLETON & CO.

Parker, Appleton & Co.
No. 29, Broad-Strett,
HAVE juft received by the brig Caroline, from
Liverpool, a parr of their Fall Supply of ENGLISH
GOODS, which will be ready for Sale, in a' few
days-on reafonable terms. (1w4m) Aug. 27.

Nathan Appleton,
BnEGS leave to informs his friends, and the cuf-
tomers of the late firm of
S. & N. APPLETON,
that hlie has formed a corneftion in bufinefs witk
Mr DANIEL P. P'ARICER, and his b'rcther Mr.EBEXs.
Arr.EToN, ai:d that his bufinefs in future will be
conducted under the firm of
NATHAN APPLETON & CO'.
Air whoam hle would folicia continuance of their fa-
vours.

Nathan Appleton & Co.
No 35, Broad.street,
HAVE received by the Caroline, from Liverpool,
Broadcloths and Caffimeres, Coating, Duffils, Baiz-
es and Flannels, Calicoes, Cambrics, Dimites, Tar-
tan Plaids, Buttons, &c. which will be ready for
fail in a few days. Iw4m aug 27

Blacking for Boots and Shoes.
AMFS W. BURDITT & Co. at Franklin's
I-lead, Court-ftlect, have eonfiantly for fale, DAY
and MARTIN's real Japan Blacking for Boots and
Shoes. The's blacking is allowed by thofe who have
Spircluafd it. to be superior in every refpect to any,
.ever' made ufe of. Price 50 ctS. c.
'. <


2 do blue, Drown and Chinetfe printed Defiert Sets
Abo, on hand-A general affortment of China
and Glafs Wares. epS1a nov 26

Andrew Homer,
No, 18, Broad-dreef,
H AS juf received by the late arrivals from
Liverpool-74 cafls and crates Glafs Ware,
confining of Decanters, Tumblers, Wines, Cruits,
Salts,Muflaids, green and white Vials-150 crates
Crockery Ware, and 15 hhds enameled blue printed
And gilt Tea Ware. ALSO,
Broadcloths, Caffimeres, Coatings, Duffils, Veil-
ings, Baizes and Flanuels-black, red, green and
yellow Morocco,-aad Morocco Shoes.
nov 22 tf
W lihiamr Bartry,
No 47, Ann-ftreet, Has for fale,
G ENTLEMEN's London HATS. ofthe Ill qual-
ity ; Hats ofthe Bofon HatManufadlory, of
every defeription, *ith a generalaffortment of H-As,
fuch asare generally called for.
FURS.
2ooo Molkrat Skins ; soo00 iutra Skirs ;-
bales of Raccoon Skins, and a fmall quantity of Bea-
ver, Camel's Hair, &c.
HAT TRIMMINGS,
Galloon Binding ; Cambric and Looping ;-
bands and buckles; hatter's baskets and cards;-
bowftrings and block line; hat irons, bruflies and
morcco kins.
g W. B. is determined to fell the above arti-
cles as low as they can be bought in Bcfton, by
whelefale or retail, for cafhor approved credit.
nov 22 3m

Caleb Hartflorn,
No. 6, COURT-STREET, South fide.
HIAS imported in the New-Galen, from L.ondon,
a complete afinrtment of
Hats, Bonnets, Plumes, Bands and
Taffels, Roans and Skins, &c.
of the following deftriptions,viot.
Men's patent Silk Hats, 5 white, foxtail, double
Boys' drab Bever do. 5 flats and bruflk Plumes
do do greenunder do. and Feathers,
do Devonflire and HareI,adies' and Girls' drab
grown do., and brown Bands and
Ladies' fawn, white, drab Taffels,
and Devonfhire browniPritne red ROan Skins,
Bonnets, do do Skins,
Girl's do do do do do. 5 do blue do in superior
Ladies' and Girls drab, order, suitable for
fawn Devonfhire and Shoes or Bookbinders
hare brown, black andl package Hat Screws.
The above, with his former flock, makes a very
good affortment.
C. H. expects by the Kingflon the remainder of
his fall fupply. 3m oet 4
R. SHURTLEFF, has removed to No 18,
Hanover .freet, lately occupied by Dr Kat-
and exadly opposite the Huon John Cofin Jones,
n mov 29 Aptf


.AWV 00lDS..

JOHN KUHN-Tailor,
No I3,State-ftreet,
H AS for fale variety of'GOODS,of the newest
importatiuns-viz.
Black, blue, brown, olive, diab, and mixed Bioad-
cloths-diouble and fiugle milled do of various shades
-black, blue, mixed, light and drab Caffimere.-
frinces Cords-blue, drab adrmix.d Stocking Web
-Veftings at various kinds, and many other articles
fuited to his line of bufinefs. t4mi ovb 22

Removal.
C NEWMA14, Taylor, from London, begs
o leave to inform his friands-and the public of
this town adt vicinity, that he has removed frots
No 51,.Newbury-flreet, to No 2, Winter-fireet-
where he will be happy to wait enthem in the line
of his bufinefs. dec 24
Benjamin Rice,
No' 60, Newbiury-Ireet,
'AS received by the laft arrivals from En-
Sgland,an affortment of
Elegant twill'd Peliffe Silks ; bottle and pea
green, imperial blue, brown and black Peliffe Clths ;
gold and filter Lace, and Cord Trimmings ; white
and colored Cambricks ; cambrick and fancy Mus-
lins; cambrick and conmmob Dimities; black and
olive Thbickfets and Velvets ; black, brown, and
green Bombazetts and Wildbores ; ladies' and genl-
tlemeft's black and colored Wordted Hofe, Imitation
Shawls, Peliffe Wadding, &c, which he will fell at a2
fiunil advance for cafhl, or fort approved credit.
nov 8 Srw
Florence Luftrings.
JEREMIAH FITCH.......No27, Cornhiil,
TjAS for fale---black, late, purple, cinnamon, ol-
ive, planiband brown olive Luftrings; do filk
Velvets, ofa fuperior quality ; 2 trunks Italian few-
ing Silks, afforted colors; 250 Palampoars, for bed-
fpreads; together w*ith a general affortment 6f Eng'-
lith ad,?ndiad Goods. Ow de 10

Broadcloths & Caffimcres.
THOMAS FURBER, No. 2S tVnion-Street,
has received by the Betfey. Wafp, and other
arrivals from England', a large affortmeht of fuper-
fine, middling and low priced Broadclothsland Cafti-
meres, confining of draV, blk,o4lue, olive, corbeau,
brown, light and dark mixed, fcarlet & green colors.
Alfy, bule light and dark mix'd Impdrial Cords for
pantaloons; fine and eommono'mixed Sattinets,Foreft
Cloths, Drab 1ecrfeys, fafl'ionable Veilings, plain
and twilled white Flannels, coarfe and fine Iriths
white and brown Linens,-&c. lw3mr Oed. 18

Samuel H. Babcock,
No. 1,BOCK-SQ&UARE,
SAS received, per the recent arrivals from Lon-
don and Liverpool, a complete affortment of
STAPLE GOODS, "
calculated for the approaching feafon, which are
offered for fale, on the moft liberal terms, for CaflI
or Credit. Also, for sale,
20 bales India Cottons, comprifing a complete af-
foitment; Bandannas, Checks, black Satins, Luf-
trings, Sinchaws, French blk Crapes, Italian Sew-
ing Silk, blk Silk Hdkfs, Tapes, Ruffia Sheeting &
Ravens Duck, 3000 lb Cotton Yarn ,Fa(tory Cloth
&c &c. 9w o& 18

Straw Bonnets and Braids.
ICE & BUSH, near the Cold Market, Boflon,
would inform their Cuftlomers and the Public,
generally, that they continue to purchase Straw
Bonnets and Straw Braid as ufual ; and that they
have on hand, and will conftantly keep, a general
aflbrtmint of European and.India piece Goods.
. A'- .We- tnati- l odam our, Cortta,Rica...-
Tobacco, &c. and chn accommodate their customers
with Hard & Crockery Wares, Books & Stationary,
Hats, Shoes, and- in general the articles wanted in a
country Store. All of which will be delivered at fair
prices, int barter for Straw Bonnets and Braid, by
wholefale only.
th- Purchafergs 6t Stra* Bonnets, will find it for
their interest to Call en them, as they will have the
advantage of feleding front a large and fashionable
affortment. They willffell only by the cafe or doz
Sept. 24. (tf)

Jeremiah Fitch,
No.27, COareNHILtL,
OFFERS for fale, the followingGoods, juft received
0 by the late arrivals from London and Liverpool,
Superfine -and low priced Broadcloths and'
Caffimteres; Coatings; Duffils ; Baizes ; Flannels ;---
a few pieces twilled do.; a large affortment.of men's,.
women's & youth's worfled Hofiery, of every price,.
from 16f. to 16 dols. per dozen; rofe Blankets; blue,
drab and mix'd low priced Foreft Cloths; worfied
Shirts and Frocks; fcarlet worried Tippets; Peliffe
Cloths and Flannels ;'1 tAnk gentlemen and ladie*
Gloves, of almost every description ; Bombazets and
Wildbores ; Englifh Thread Edgings and Laces,
priced from 10 cts. to 6 dols. per yard.
N. b. Af--For fate, 1 box, containing 2000 yds.
3-4, 5-4, 6-4, 7-4 and 8-4 cotton Damafk for Table
Cloths ; FancyBirds Ey; Huckerbuck; 400 -, j and
9-8 Napkins, and 5-4, 6 4, 7-4, 8-4 Damaflk Table
Cloths. This box of Goods, being damaged, was fold
at Auction for the benefit of the Underwviters; anshy
of thefe articles will now be fold by the piece or yd.
for 25 per dent. less than the original cofta & charges.
Wanted-a Young MAN, about 18 years of
age, as an Apprentice. Inguire a av.
Nov. 12. (2s( )


Copartnerfhip Formed.
M ORRIL MAj STON and BENOi0I JOHIN-
SON, jun. haie formed a connexion in bbfi-
nefs, to be tranfadec under the firm of
MARSTON & JOHNSON,
and have taken Chambers in Joy's building, (Corn-
hill Square,)entrance No. 3, where they offer for
fale, a variety y of EUROPEAN GOODS, at a fma
advance for cafli or approved credit. tf Odt 2V

FRINK ROBERTS,
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public, that he has declined tb beary lon-
ger Agent for the Providence Hat Manufacturing
Company, and' prefumes he has difcharged all de-
mands both against himfelf personally, and as agent
for faid company ; but wifhingto dlofe all accounts,
requefts that if there are any outflanding debts, they
may be immediately presented to him, and they will
be paid at fight.
He has now a large and e~tenfive affortment of
the following articles, which he will fell by wholefale
or retail, at his Store, No 8, Statefireet, viz.
HATS-Englifl beaver, patent filk, and bea-
ver of the Providence manufacture, Ift, 2d, and sd
qualities, fuitalile for shipping. Alfo, boys' black,
green, blue, brown and white, of different qualities
and lizes.
FURS-Beaver, RaCcoon, Mufkrat, and Go-"
naca Blankets.
TRIMMINGS-Ha Wcklea and Bands ;
pink, yellow, black, blue uff glazed Cambrics,
for hat-linings, round looping, bow-ftrings, bruflies,
&e.
ALso-Exchange on London at ten days
fight; Bills on Peterfburg at 20 days fight, and-bills,
on Wilmington at 60 days.
N.B. Cafli and the highest price yiven for Hatting-
Furs and Fox Skis. 6w dec- O10


dbeap Fdew'e, .

CUSHING & LINCOLN,
N1 S6,.Mafalbtf'-slrne, sign sfble Blue B:.11,
H AV1ljuft opened two cafes of I.u4l'es
FRENCH FURR SHOES,
which they are Ililhsg off very cheap. d&c 16*

Bond & Prentiss,
't.AVE received by the Carolina,. .othair and
l SaL aily-Ann, from'Liverpool,
120 packages of Staple and Fan-
cy GOODS,fomine of which are calculated for expor-
tation, and will be fobMon favourable terms.
o' 15 t!

-Richardfon, Spaling & Co.
No. 63, State-ftreet,
M AVE received by the New-Galen, from Lon-
l2 doin, Anm, Beticy,and other late arrivals from
Liverpool,
65 Packages of Coitor i ad Woollen
GOOD S-
-coNsnsslrts ow-
Balei of fuperfine and Calicoes
common black, blue, Velvets and Velveteesii;
and mixt Broadcloths ; 4-4 and 6-4 wlcte Cam-
Superfine and common Itis s;
milled Caffimeres ;1 7-8 and 9-8 black do ;
Superfine inii'd ;hd grey7-8 and 9-8 Ginghams ;
Webbi'g ; .Cotton Msirtings;
Bedford & Princes Cord ;gCambric Dinmoics6;
Satinets &Wiofe*rCords. ; Common do ;
Worried Hofe ; sFancy Muffins;
Wildbores, Bombaz'etts ; FO'rnitures;
Black, yellow, crimfoi, Coitton Checkts':
red & whiteFlannels; 526 and 28 inclh Cotton
6-4 and 8-4 Huckahck-k;' Umbrellas;
Tabby Velvets ; Braces;
Superfine and common' Bindings, &a.
Which they offer for faTe, by package or piece, on
reasonable terms. 3m Odt 1Ii.

Minchin & Welch,.
No SO, Broad-Street,
HjAAVE received h the Sally Anne, Ann, andl
other arrivals from Liverpool-
'. 90 packages- of Cottoh & Wool-
,.en GOODS-confifling of
Common Broadcloths, 24 cafrs superfine, mid-
Ciflimeres, dlisig and low priced
Flannel. & Baizes, Calicoe,
Toilanets, Vidulets, 4 cafes 8-4, 7-4 and 6-4
Swanfdowns, shawls,
Nelfon, imperial and 3 cafes fancy Muffins--
Bedford Cords, Cambrics, and drm-
Sattinetts, Wildbores, broidered Trimmings,
and BombazettU, fewing Cotton, in balls,
cotton Shirtings, filk Malabar Garments,
black Cambrics, Madrafs Handkfs,
Ginghams, Dimoties, gilt and plated, plain &
Thickferts & Velvets, figured 'Buttons,
Cotton Diapers, Pins, Braces, &c. &c.
Which they offer for fa e by the package or piece
N. B. They expect a further supplyy by the riex
veffelg from England. 3m fept 27

Copartnerfhip Formed-..
OSHUA BEAN and SIMEON BEAN, ref-
pedffully inform their friends and cufloners,
that they have formed a comnedlion in bufinefs, and
that in future their bufinefs wll be conducted under
the firm of


Caution.l
LOST in Weft Cambridge--a iTote ofel
dated January 12th, 18 10, figned iby t eas,
Lawrence, and payable to William S. BLrooks & S. 7
f~r'33o dls.- 78 ct. on demand, with isterefl, atj
endorsed by Win. S.Brooks'& Co. This is to ca.
tion all persons from receiving the faid note, as t1"
amount thereof and interest thereont has buen pai
by the Prumifer to faid Wili nm S. Brooks & Co.
ARTEMAS L.AWRENCE,
-WM S. BROOKS, & Co.
Well-Cambridge, Dec. 20, I1So.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the fubfcriber has
been duly appointed Adminiliratrix with the 2
will annexed to the Eflate of
JEREMIAH WARRP.EN,
late of Chelmsford, in, the Ccunty of MAJ,/,..,,
Yeoman, deceased, tellate, an;d ha taken upin her-
felfthat trufi,by giving bondsasthe ltw direis.' And-
all perfons having demands upon the efkate of the' .
faid deceafed, are resquired'to exhibit the fame ;and -
all perlbns indebted to the faid cltate, are called ri'-
on to make *'avment
R RiAel* RRREN, Admzx.
Chelmsf65d; Dec 5. l1u, :- 24

N OTICEis herebygiver;thatth ,Hcriber
inihas been duly appointed Admiuil,, t
the crate of JOHN I'UT'LILE,
late oft'Adlon, in the comtity of MJiellei'.,Yncr
deceafed, intefate, and has taken upon hinhxltelff.-ha
truft by giving bonds, as the Law direl&,. And aft '
perl'ns having demands upon the Eftate of the
faiddeceafed,are required to exhibit thlelame; ar ,
all persons indebted to 'the laid Eiatc, arc catIL..
upon to make paynient, to
JOHN L. TUTTLE, Adm'r.
Concord, December 4. dc t24
N OItc '1rt'tB g ygIctn, hat the Qishiber a
has been duly appointed Adminiftrator, 6s'
bonis Non, of the Eflate of CALVIN CRAKf1E,
late of Cantons in the county <(f Norfolk, Yeomnat,
deceafed, and has taken upon hinfei that truf by
giving bonds, as the law dire&s. And .all tI'riiau
having demands upon the Eflate of lthe f.id dectafed,-
are required to exhibit the fame ; and all pesl,,oke
iribebted to thi flaid Eilate, are called upou;n to nskes.
payment, to "ialifsr.;s,,
AMOS UPHAM, 3 .V i4 .
Canton, bBc, 17, IS la
"ij.'TICE is hereby given, that the fubcribr h ljs
1- been duly appointed Executor to the iali wilt
and Tefament of NAHUM BAIL,.
late of Weft-Cambridg e,in the county ofofMidlte-
fev, Phyfician, deceafed, teotati, and has taljies upo.m
hiinfelf that t1ruft by giving bonds aithe law direct.
And all perfons having demmids upon the dlatle of
the faid deceafed, are required,to exhibit t be fame; ,
and all perfons inddlt'ed to le faid efftLe, are caIled.
upon to make payment to
JOHN BALL. Executbr.
N.MrtbbugS, A.. 12, 1810; (d57)

Notice.
E the Commiflioners appointed by the Hor
JOHN DAvts, Efq: Judge of Probate for the'
county of Barnflibte, to receive and examine the
claims of the feveral Crediturs to the elate of
LEWIS FLDlEDGE,
late of Orleans, in doiunty of Barnftable, Mariner,.
deceafed, reprefeaited infolventi hereby give optice,
that fix months' are allowed faid creditors to bring
and prove their claims, and that we fall attend'
that fervice at the Office of Timothy Bifcom, in faid'-


J. & S. BEAN, Orleans, on the firf Wednefday of February, a." "
at No 4, Cornhill-fquaie, Joy's BBuildings-wherI o'clock, P e on a o id s. ro 2 to 5'
they have for fale, juf received by late arrivals, a TIMOTHY BASCC.:, .
large and complete-affortment of ASA HIGGINS, CommiSssiners.
BRITISH MANUFACTURED GOODS, Dated Orleans, Dec. 6, 1810. (d17) '
among which are the following, viz.
Superfine, middling and ed Ginghains, lig ian f
low pric'd Broadcloths, Black and oliveVelvet, OR fale, ig -ar neS.fe
MIillid-a-d urimitlcd C'tp- Thickfets, I ORfale, at 'C Ae Pt
limeres, all colours and Black Crapesv I Harris's BuiEdings, Water-fireet,
qualities, Modes and'Satirs A few plated HarneiTes, at 25 dis fuitable foru
Imperial Cords, Checked filk Hanckfs. I Sleighs, together with an extenfive alus Itminrt ,f
Devonfihire Kerfeys, Black do Plated W\a:'e, at very reduced prices, dec 0o
Duffils, Black and coloured filk
Coatings, Velvets, Notice.
Hunters'Cloths & Plaias, Black, white and buff FOR SALE-byDANIlELILLrRk of C/ar/le.
Peliffe Cloths, of every Jeans,' to-lwn, 117daieres of LA'D. at tihe hio.asid 6-1&0
description, Cotton and filk Arm- acres joining Machias, (Maine) on reafonabic teris..
White, bik, yellow,'green, lets, A credit would be given if required.
i and red Flannels, PelisTe Flannels, Charleftown, Dec 3. 6:v
Milled and unmilled Bai- 8-4 6-4 and 4-4 cotton
zes, Shawls. TO BE LET,
Rofe Blankets, Blue and brown Serg. A HOUSE, in Myrtle-fireet, 2 rmoos, Kitded,,
Printed Bombazcts, m, .I 4 Clhambets, Barn, Yard, good wcll of watcr,.
Wildbores, Ladies' long and (hort &c.-Foimcrly occupied by Capt. Love!l. F<;r
Ruffels, white and coloured kid terms apply to I. W. QUINCY, No. 28, Leng-
Durants, Gloves, Wharf. dec 17
Duroys, Gentlemen's Leather
Shalloons, Gloves, Valuable Real Eftates.
Calimancces, Black and coloured Sew- ANUMBER xecellient situations are now of-
Fancy Ve.qings, ihg Silks, fered for fale very low for cafli-therfe .flates
Gditlemen & I.adisA' filk, Cambrick' arnd coinmoht are fo well fituated as to fisit aluioA any kidlof prof-
cotton & worfled Hofe, Dimoties, itable bufinefs viz :-
Printed Cambrics, Cotton and linen Dia- A large well built brick IH-hufe, with Barns, &c-
Superfine & commdid Cali pers, near Wefl-Boflon Bridge, and next to the lot coutemn-
licoes Damask Table Cloths, plated for a Market-Place, and is the famine Eflater
Black, white and colored Madras Hdkfs, lot long fince ufed as a Taveru, and now occupied
Cambiice, Cotton Balls and Sew-' by Mr. Wells.
Shirting Cottons, Linens, ings, Alfo-a gc.od brick Houfe, in Franklin-Phace.
and Linen Cambrics, Quality Bindings, Alfo-a new brick Dwelling-Houfe, with a Shope
Cambric and fancy Muf- Pins and Needles, in front near the new Cuflom-Hont in Broad-flreet.
ling, Cotton Laces, Alfo -two new bick Dwelling-Houtis near ths"
Secded'do Silk do, fame with Slops infront,well calculated fur Boa' ,
Superfiae and low price Brown Hollands, &c &c. ing Hovfes. n ',,
A/fo, jufl received, an Invoike of India Goods, Alfo-a good brick-Store, in Ann-flreet,oc csp\
confifling of Commercolly, Callipatty, Chittabilly b) Mr. Howe. ,
and fine Baftas, Johanna Coffas, Meergungy, andI Alfo-one other brick Building ir faid Ann-flree.
Mo' Mamoodies, Mow Sannahs, and Checks-ri occupied by Mr. Hunneman aim! uthiers, with lad.d\
particular, 4 bales of Patna Chintz, of a very fupe- and wharf adjoining t.) the Mill-Creek ; this h.t has
riour quality. Land fiiflicient for 5 or 6 Stores-Alfo-a large.'
All the above Goods will be fold on the moft fa- Store in Unicn-fireet.
vourable terms, for cafli or approved credit. Alio-a wooden Tenement at Wef-Boflon. wit."-
ot 29 tf a large lot of Land thereto belonging. Any Iporlfa
wifliing to purchase the whole or a part of the above"
R. G. Shaw, Eflates, will find it for their iutei efl to apple) inine--
No. 8, Kilby-flreet, diately, as they belong to a perfon living out of tko
AS received a few packages of GOODS, on Commonweailh who is determined to fell them eaciW
coifignment which will be opened and fold for cafl.-Apply to A. PEAIODY, Eq. at No. 9,
in lots to fruit purchafers, at reduced prices, viz. Court '.reet. .- (i3m) 1 27 "
Elegant Scotch Trimmings, Cambric Muf- Dumtrie's Ointnkrit.
lins,veined do. fine yard wide Irilh Sheetings, do. HIS Ointr.ent Being perfedly free front
Irith Linens, 7-8 Colerain do. Mercury, or any other pernicious ingredient,
Also, by the Packag, may he ufcd by the nMifldceicate pregnent lady,,
Bales Plains, cafes beft London Pins, Irilh or infants at tho breast, and is parqicula.ly re-'
Sheetibgs,4-4 and 7-8 Irifh Linens, Brown d,. bales commended as a f[peedy certain, and late remecdy
of Herring Nets and Caplin Seines Lieivis, for the '' r1 d"'
450 boxes Window Glafs, in 50 feet boxes. r 1 C I
Cari advanced on Goods configned for fale. Which it effectnualy cures, be it ever to inveterate,
NOv 26 eptf iii one hour's applinIation-and which, during a trial of
Ssaac Scholeld, ear in london, was nevet known to fail. Prki.
Isaac Scholneld, ,5o cts. At the fame place may be had, Dumfrit'
No 2, Court-StreeO, LOTION, u.itlou.t a fail cr.jain, for the fame co;-
].AS received by the late arrivals from England, plaint. Price 1 doll.
a very excellent affortmentt of The above are prepared4and fold wholefale, by
Superfine and middle priced Broadclnths, the f.ile Proprietor, W.T. Co.VvsT, Ch,rrft, No. 14,
.confifling of black, blue, mixed, icottle green, olive, Charles-flreet, and retail y fperial afpointment, by J.
corberi and brown-fuperfine, middling and low Powell. Apothecary, No.26, Cambridge fireet, Bof-. -
priedd Caflimeres, dotible and single milled, various ton. WhsVcie alfo may be had, Dr. -UNTERa' (cele-
colours-Peliffe Cloths-b'ue Plains-white, red, tirated Pills, for' Verie al Complaints. &r.-Dr.
yellow'and grc#n Flannels, various qualities. RL'TE's Antibilious fill, superior to molt Mediciines
All of which are offered fur fale as above, by for Ir.digeflon, Bile, Flatulence, ColTivencfs, Head-
package or piece, on liBeral terms. Ache,&c. W A/kI DumfrWes 8intmr.nt, or Dumjric'r
noi 19 eptf L. tien, and as you value health, flfer-fe h.e rthe :fiprintrd
-------- wo,,pper is fignd" IW. T7. Cnsway," no oiler is (enuia'
To Let, N',v. 5. (lwt, lft)
S ND immediate poffeffioin given, an excellent: .. ..
S md for Enlifi Godsr Sho-rent mnx NE hundred and 50 thiufaud Shipping Shingess
elate. Inqmireit the Chrnriiele Eff.cc. dec 10c. l ', for (ale-at No S0,LongVWharfi toar 1,.,


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