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Title: The Democratic press
Uniform Title: Democratic press (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Alternate Title: Press
Physical Description: v. : ; 51 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Binns, John, 1772-1860
Publisher: John Binns
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Publication Date: 1807-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[june 29, 1807-1829]
triweekly[ former mar. 27-june 26, 1807]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 27, 1807)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased Nov. 14, 1829.
Numbering Peculiarities: Not published July 4, 1807.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Sehscriptions', Jrets enot5, hin nicaeioas, or othm q rder .s, shaillirecei've the mostprompt atten io,.


Notice is hereby given,
'THAT I ij .L-.L F 1 11.1.. of the dity of Phi-.
iadeiibia, Merclhant, I. th ti.;- day made t6 the
stbhscribers, a general'.asignment o all his
estate and .-ir-,- r iln vi.t-All persons indebted'
to the said V ,;in,.m hI requestedAto make
payment to onGe:affthesubscribers. "
Robert Smith,,juu.-,
Jo0 eph Merrefield,
JohnA '. Williamn s,

Dissolution of Partnership.
The paiitnirs-hi. f1i H.uimes and Etting, auc-
;ifn. r. i. di-.i--lvd1 this day, by mutual consent.
All pers,... to them. ;rc rteqt : redl o
iT,ak: p.,I -i. t at the Counting II)iuse, No. 15
South Front-street.
John Hunice ,
Reubern Etting.
Philadelplhia, Oct6ber 29 811-dtf .
TC5TTiv rT+ Ttfll7 V

Jan 7-dtf ua J O HN C UR1RYl,
;" -' '. TAYLOR L0 ,
Mechanical and'Picturesque [Between Fourthli and Fifth-streets]"
STI-IS complex and iner'iiious-work, which has .To HIS
fo' these last two vears beenr exhibited with so i FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC,
much applause in New York, is niiv removed to '101 the very liberal encqurigcmeht he lias re-
this city, aid. is open for exhibition at the ceived sirce his commencement in Business. He
Corner oJi Market f&:Vorth 1 1hl has now oni hand, an' extensive and well chosen
assortment ofthe first q v it .
Sascale of 44ii)y22 a view ofan active, .busy sea- ', ..D TI
ort well is a Commercial and Manufacturing ., AND
City. A r'ivemr flowv through the center which
empties into, the ocean in the distance. Over CASSIliERES,"
ltj ir-as.0-throwi twot jo ridges, a-ross which, .. Together with every other article in his linLof
,..'-', .. citizens, &c. are crntinitdly passing business which he canI recommend. Those who
and epassiug.; various figures are seen working 'fivor him with their custom mtayrely upon having
at the different mechanic arts and other active th'ir orders executed at the shortest notice and.
emtoymients ; ships and vessels cost:rt'ly en- in the best and most Fishionable manner for
tering and departing om the port--Nothing has Cash or at a short Credit.
been a.itted wuich car contribute to a perfect" O. 28--tf.
-represeitatio of an industrious, busy andpopu-
lous cit. FURS
To thle admirers of the tine arts, and praticu- FURS, .
larly those who feel p,....: .'*.1 '.,-.lI priogres FOR- SALE, .
i these United States .,s ..( ',,j blic gen NORTHWEST & WESTERN
rally, Mr. StoUenwerk irest'- his Panorama as aRaccoo Fott
it productiwui solely Americani. In the painting IeeVeir, Oon, ) Otter
department -lie was assisted hly one Of tlenmost SKINS.'
emineOn artists in this country ; the .beauty a id
excellericv of which, cmnlSined wkth the vast var Deer, Bear, and Cub Skins. A
ietr of imo"vements, coustitttis their most interest- ALSO,
in.g nd pleasing spectacle ever-exhibited to the OW I pRIa 8 H
puli f a oG powder, Inp i Hyson
Tickets of admission maybehad at the place TEAS
ofxhibitioi. Tire a y be d si Ss T- s'
Adissio 50 cents. The machinery may be Youg Hyon nd ..s n Skin Teas.
inspected at the additional charge of 50 cents. .. 'OII r'an,
I Hours. of exhibition from nine o'clock in the Ar s
morning, etl ten in tIheevenin ... No. 2.2 Arch street.
N.: B. tr. S. begs leave to'inform those who Nov 8--41m
honor' him with their .visits, that the greater the
distance they stand.from the Painting, the more- .O. .
impressive- will e the effect and more complete
the-illusion. ALL persons having dernands against the es.
-Ladies sd Gentlemen are respectfifll vnform- tate of q THoAs Pl.K4Ns, House Carpenter,
e,, that iuiie ?anorrramaiIll" 1drsay-bc keptt waim de!eequested toprss__ttbeu- eeourts
and comfortable during the cool weather. to Charles Clayton; and those who are ind-ebted
G Mr. STOrLLE,1ERwCKe hais the honor to in- to said estate to make payment as above.
form the public, that he continues his profession iR UCecca Pickands,
of CLOCKaud 8rWA"'tGI1.iLf1ER, and also re- EXECUTRIX.
pairs all kinds of.Aieclianical, Mauisimatical and. lat ,
Musical Instruinents-in general. ,Charles Clayton,
May 22-d6a ... oln Wa'nock
BI DG \ Executors to tihe Estate of Thomas Pickands,
Philad. Nov. 13-dim
Over the Susquehanna,
T A Stand, to Let,
WE, the undersigned, being the six persons OBLE STREETS,
first named in the Letters Patent (,..i-~ii.,; 'lie FORMERLY occupied as a .very extensive
Subscribers to the Shares in die .... Hlit dg-, a JV'A(L FA2CTORY,. for which business it is well
body politicand corporate by, style and calculated, having the Fut-riace up :-or it may be
title of The President, Managers, and Compa- made a good place for the Grocery business- for
iy, for.erecting a Bridge over the North .East Terms apply to '
Branch of Stusqueiiainia at the Town of Nor- Mark Richards
Slitumberlzand," Do hereby give notice to tiheard
said Subscrbers, .to nreti- t thi e usL e of DA- o:. 130, NorthThird street.
TID TAGGART, in the Towhnof Ndtlshumher- Nov 11-dtf ...
land, ON SATURDAY the twenty-third day of
November next, between the hours of eleven and At PriVate Sile.
five o'clock, to elect ag eeably to Law,. A PriVate -Sie.
six MANAYw. S, .New Orleans Cotton.
SONEC TIEASRER, Apply at' the Auction Store.
-And such otheroflicers as they may think lie- F. Moitm'IQUln and S. Moses,,
ecssary to conduct the business of thle Company i Auctiorucrs.
fo r rie year, 'ard until other officers be chosen. v. .--.,f f .
Jacob Dentler,
SJaines Hepburn, COM'B .MA. UFC TORY.
John Boyd, I Joseph White, Jr..
George Kremn'. >. N .UFi cTiR,-
"0p' Those persons who ,m:ay be inclined to No. street,
contractfbri Buiilding tlh .said hBridge, will pire- 0. 44, North Fo0rthsi reet,
pate thi-r pi'opo'sals so that they nmay be present- Four doors above the corerofArch street.
FCattethie ii h 'Shi Mcorni'r' of rc/i Vtreet. .
ed to the .Managers immediritely' after thie election, BEGS leave to inform his friends and the Pub-.
as "it is intended, to comment the business as lic, that lie hi on hand an extensive assortment
quick as Ipossible. of the best Manuracthured Combs of every de-
GOct 19-.&Th',weekliz*uper t23N scription, whili he. offers for sale on thie mst
reasonablee ternis. Havinghleenibred up to'the Bu-
SEAVE IRS. ,siness from his,vyoth asnd obtained a general
SA Fe Good W eaver knowledge of its various branches boih in Europe
V LiA Fe.,V olo00l U eavtesi, -. and tlits country, he flatters himself lie will he
WILL meet witli borpi)yment b application biblee to afford g-eneral satisfaction to all those La-.
to dies and Gentlemen who. favor him with their
T. F. Gord.on, commands.
S. ,' i N. B. All orders in the above line for a single
-Oc Nto.,18, North Third street. u Comb or a largerr quantity will be tlhankfully re-
Oct 28-df ceived and xcrilted (with neatness and dispatch..
NOTICE Aug 2-g 6-nwsatf&'Vi-weekly paperitf

the commissioners of Crawford county, that 1
Taxes areadue on unseated Lans in said county ANALYTICAL .JENMA-NS IP,
for the year one thousand eight hundred and ten, COu.,.:UF.CES AS USUAL,
and unless the same be .id to the Treasurer of E FIRST ONDA IN NOVEMBER.
;Crawford coainty, within three months from the THEa F -S M DAY IN NOVEMBER.u
date hereof, the land will be sold 'or the said THE Daily Classes continue at the usual hours
..taxes,"agre lab -
S taxes, agreablv.toa ). N. B l. C ('ARVE lER having observed that a
"nV- ..1II ., nsimber of thce mtiisters'i thie. city, having attempt-
"GEOJ R GE LO'G, ,* d to) vretac lus system, aold thar on very erroneous
TI'HOMilS .tTKkI' SOJt, principles, feils iat duty tocauiLiori the public, by
SCommiesioaters office, .ie1d- ?omii C o ers. .in-."ni. t-h,-m,, that- the system is no where
villeJulyes e, ad "811r. taught (un its propepr(irlciplecs in-this city, but by
vitle, July 5thr, 1811. MNi Carver and Mr. Bedloek. Should any man-
02' Owners of Lands in Crawford county can Mr Carve ad .t c t n
' havethe'r taxes paid, ,m applicior, n, f et- feel aggr'e'ed at this .notice, let the speci-
ete pi l \ pi K e- mens of Mr. C's, pupils, .ie-performance ol oner
Edmund Khusey. quarter: only, decide tl. e question. -:
Oct 3-d6w' Ocs 7-mslN


S 'j 20oo, a.1IRKET STREET,
It'hrn four goorS of Sixth street, on the
sptoth side, andil in the centre of the hwri'(
cipal i/tiorteCs, .
HAVIN G considerably enlarged this concern,
to which, by an addition to the building, he has'
added a, number-of Chambers, a large Dining
Room, and. extensive Stabling,-Informs .Mer-
chants aid Travellers, that lie has it in his power
to acconmmhiodate thelef with a well served Table,
good Wines and Liquors.-Moderate charges, and
the most unremittng attention ; in short, with
every convenience, which he flatters h mself, will
give satisfaction to his friends and the public.
v '8-fmiw3nm
^ .. .* *

Reading, Lebanon and Harris-.
burg Stages.
THE Subscribers hereby return their thanks
to their Friends and, the public n-general, for tihe
encouragement which their LINE OF STAGES.
have received, and solicit a' continuation thereof.
The Stage will leave Philadelphia, every Wed-
nesday and Saturday at four o'clock in the morn-
ing` and will start:fiom the house of Frederick,
Heineman, at the sign of the, Camel, No. 140,
North Second street, andfrom thld house of George
Yohle, at the sign of the Red Lion Hotel, No. 200,
south side of Market street, four (oors- above
Sixth street: will pass throfigh Norristown, Potts-
grove, and arrive at the; house of Mrs. Wood in
Reading the same evening, on tde day following,.
will proceed to Harrisburg, by the way'of Leba-
The Return Stage by the same route, will set
off from the house of Ceorge Brenizer, sign of
the .Golden Keys, corner of Market and Second
street in. Harrisbturg, ,every Wednesday and Sa-
turday morning at four o'clock, and arrive at
'Reading the same evening, tile day following
wifl leave Reading and arrive _at-A tk
Hotel in Philadelp'li- tie s .me Kie "
'rhe public may rely on thile coatiiuance of this
Line -of Stages, and Passengers on being accom-
midated with good carriages, horses, and careful,
-obtlrlig Drivers.- ,' '
t rate for passengers from Philadelphia to
Harrisburg, will be six dollars and a quarter--
from Philadelphia to Reading 'lhree. dollars. and
a quarter-flom Reading. to 'Harrisburg three
dollars, with an allowance of 14' lbs. of baggage
to every passenger, waypassengers will be charg-
ed six cents per mile, and 150 lbs;. of baggage
the 'ame as one passenger-all baggage to be at
the risk of the owners., '
Stages will start from Harrisburg, for Sunbury,
and Huntingdon every Tuesday, .and for Pitts.
burg three times a week. .
George Brenizer, 1
Peter Leinewever, (
Conrad Stoticlh, r.
Frederick Hyneman, j '
George Yohe, y
Nov 8--s3n '

For 1fredericks burg, (Virg.)
The Sloop
.% L' Ig .i7., igat Morton's Whnrf,
third above- thej r..r. briild-
For freiglat or, passage apply, to
9 1' ~;'l the Cjpt:iin on board-or to
Mark Richards,
No. 130, North Third street.
WiO .IS. FOR ..S,.ILE,
Drawn in guages ofvarious sizes.
SHET140 lv Oj, STOVES, &c.
Nov 14-dPt

By John lIumes.
On Tuesday the 19th inst. at 1 o'clock, at the
Merchants' Coffee house
As she now lays.,at Hiowers's ship
.". yard, (Kensington) was built near
P Pituburg and launched in the lat-
ter pait of the year 1810-her timbers are locust
and white sak---igging and sails of the best ma-
terials,, burthen as per register 251 14-95 tons,
supposed will carry about 2300 barrels of flour is
of an easy.draft of water and well calculated for
the New-Orleans trade sails remarkably fast and
just had an upper deck put ohnby Samuel Bowers
of the best materials. She is ready to receive a
cargo and may be sent to sea- at a trifling expence.
Inventoryto be seen attthe auction store and Coffee

house.-Terms at suie.
Commission Mlcrchant.
Nov 14-dts
IS hereby given, that JOHN LORAIN, Junr.
of the city of Philadelphia, Merchant, hath, this
day, assigned, to the subscribers, all his estate
and effects, in trust for his creditors : providing
fior tie exec,; ion of a release within four months.'
All persons indebted to him, are requested to
make payment to either of the subscribers, and
those h1 having claims upon him, and intending to
avail themselves of the benefit of Ihic assignment,
are desired to furnish their accounts.'"
John Stoddiart,
/ Dockevay Smith,
Assignees of Juh'n Lorain, jin.
Philadelphia, S,-p*. 3d, 81'1.
SSept 12L--tliinw
: ^- .

ALL.persons indebted ,to the estate of /'0. TV
FOX, deceased, late of the city 6 of Po ...frLhi:.,
Brick Maker..are request..-1 o, make immedti ,t
paytnent, and those who have clainisagainst the
said estate, to present them to
Mich.ael Fox,

Satmuel Fox,
Administrators with the will nnexed.
Nov 15-.-fmw4w

To Printers.
ABOUT six hundred pound-in good order.-
For Terms-Applyv to
William Brown, '
t o No. 24 Church Alley.
Oct 4-fitiwtf
Book Binder and Paper Ruler.
X" ,VO. 110, a'_LJ'UT STREET,
1 INF011MS the Bo. k-eller, St.ioins, ..n, the
Public 411n general, tl.La h S hs ,,bi. i,.'>hl PA.-
. well known .
CylinderRuiling Machine,
for Ruling aferchants Account Books, in Faint
and. .Red Lines, Copy .Books, and also all other
kinds of Books.
.Music Paper, S&c. to any pattern, required with
the greatest dispatch and neAtness.
Jt is unnecessary to make any comment on thle
advantages derived from the Patent Cylinder ltal-
ing Machine over all others "heretofore used, or
hand ruling, suffice it to say, that it is the only
mode of ruling by which, despatch, neatness and
exactness can be obtained.
O(I All kinds of PATENT BINDING done as

Or to Let on Ground Rent
- st I L; r.- E4n a t i .t ,l.L -t- i ..) A
ber, at the distahtre of 120 feet north of Chesinut
street, between Schuylkill Fifth and Silthi stre.ets.
The ground is beautifully situate and- the adja-
cent Lots rapidly improving-e ach.Lot having the
privilege of a six feet wideVaVey fading intto a
court,,which opens into a stieef running into Sixth
street. ., '
For Terms apply to,
Simon i Gratz,
-:. 1- lo. 230, Masrket Street.
Nov. 13-wfm2m,. .

For lide 'or Charter,'
The fast sailing' filot boq.t built Schooner
Burthen sixty-eight Tons,
BUILT of the best materiAls, and
only three months old, and his run
as a Packet from Philadelphia to
Cape May, during the Stmmer.
season. lie is in complete oader and fit for sea.
Enquire of
Hand Downing,
A s On Clifford's Wharf.
August 30-fmwtf

..Curiry-Domb manufacturer,
NO.' 35, Market Street,
cOX8 O0.vs' 'rOiyr *f o f .IXWD,
CURR :-CO.1BS, '
Of the most approve td Pstterns,
SEqual ,in quality to any ImI)orted, Which he
will sell o .T. -
%,* All orders attended tp with care and dis-
Wanted Immediately,
To the above Busi.ness.
Oct 14-oi6t-

Now building,
tBurthen about 260 tons, can be
launched in a short time. Apply
to ..
Samuel Grice.
One or two vessels can b&- accommodated with
cheap wharfage. Applyas above.
Point Pleasant,
September 20, 1811-fmwtf

To the Public.

Of all Kinds of Real Estate,
AND of Property gneriaily, at the North
West corner of Fifth and Cherry streets.
Tltey solicit the patron.ife of the public and
particularly of their friends, and promise a due
attention to their commands.
SQ' A R'oIIr'ER is opened for the entry and
Description of the property tice to inspection aind
fi:ee of charge.
Blbert.M Clenachau Son,
Sept SQ--mwlw&iutf

'ALi persons '., i. bt.d fth.t Et:re of rAAIAV-
: WES r, of the Northern Liberties, Deceased;'are
requested to make immediate payment; arid thosl,.
having demands against s5 1d'Estate to present
'tleni properly autlhentis;at- l tfor setri-n ent to
-Deborah West,
*.'>, sutr. ":" "'
Philadelphia, Aug~st 27th,i 811.
Nov 13--wfm3,. .


.RESPECTFULLY informs his former pupils,
and the ladies'ai~d gentlemen that his Academy is
now open, at his elegant Bidl Room, No. 64, south,
SFourth street. DaTsa and houi'rs ofTuitioii, vrion-
days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, for ladies s at 10
A. M. for young ge,.ilr n,.i 5 M-.and for-
Sgrown gentlemen at 7 iniihe e,'cnn' The after-
noon school for ladies, w li he i ,. 1 v.-.h i n, Thurs-.'
days and Saturdays, at 2 P. M. Mr. A. having.
. sme morning liours to dispose of on Tuesdays, ,
'Thursdays and Saturdays, will attend ladies wish-
iuo to form a private class. '
'Mr. A at his, late residence in Paris, having
devoted al1l his,time to' his rofessI ou, has been
able to produceasts. ; .. r c -.
Di. .'h, .J.,rn' Il h-
manyctner uancrs., .... ., ,' ..,r: l.
at his last practising, he *,. i.... jL
the New Gavotte of Mrs. G'rd .1, r. .. .r'
of characteristic dances, never yet introduced in,
this city. lHe expects, by his l ..e tis r .',,Iltillu- .
ance of the pr.a,,,i,.-e he has :xper"-niid 'i.r a,
number of years. Application receded at his
Nov 4-I-th6t
WELL finished, with Piazzas,.Kitchens, and
every convenience for a family. T'riy l:e hvand-
somely situated in Ce-SNUT STREETa, above '
Thirteenth street. E;qun;re of
'.'leawunder Hampton,-
No. 319, Arch Street,
Aug. 23-fmvf .
University of Pennsvlvaniti;
October 18,1811.
cCONFORMABLY to a resolution of te .,.rd
Sof Trustek s, th'e uidcrsiened Committee -14.a-"
fthe tW,._.thi -t -.l L BN, N L. D. 0:.
eenduy appointed tot e place of MAs r -
Or TiE GRAMMAR SCHOOL in the Acatdemical
Department of the institution and has signified his
acceptance of the appointment. He may be ex-
pected to enter upon his duties during the present -'
month. :
Doctor Ahlen was for many years a Professorf iM "
the "College of Schenectady" in the state of New
York; and has since presided in Dunimmer Aca-
demy" in the-stateof. Massachusetts. ,The expe-
rience :and reputation which.he has gained as an.
instructor of Youth in those situations;. the satis-
factory profs of his ltissical acqutirements, which.
he has given to the Prevost ofthe .University, and -'
the fairness of his moral character; all conduce to-
the confident expectation, that. the ; pupils who
may be placed under his care, and tuition will
have the oppo-tunity of becoming accomplished.
Greek and LatiihtSclhulars. :
Vm. White,
IWm. Meredith,.
James Gibson.
Oct 21-mwf 2r

As a Partner for a term of
A MAN who is capable, of commencing and
carrying on a Glue and Cowskin Whip 0'anufic-
tory, in the borough of Pittsburg, State of Penn-
sylvani. .' The capital will be entirely furnished
biy th.'- partner advertising, .if necessary. None
ieed apply but such as can come well recommend-
ed for. integrity, sobriety and industry.-For furi
thar information apply to ,.'
Baker '8& -Wayie,
Ironmongers, No. 59,.Market.stUeet,
Nov 13-wfm3 ; .

Montgomery County, Pennsylsania.
Jacol) Schiwenk, ...
vs ". Domestic Attachment.
John Peterman, jr. ) Case.
of the said court, appointing the subscribers'
Trustees of the defendant's property. '
Therefore, all persons indebted -to the said
JOHN PaE ERMAN, jun. are hereby requested to
make payment to the subscribers, and all toise
having demands against him a'e requested toix- :
hlibit them for settYemnent. .
Js. Bringlurst,)
Sam. Gross, Trustees.
W. Smitlh,
-Trap, Penusylvania, October 7Th, 1811.
Nov 13S-wfm3t
Five Dollars Reward.

ON Tuesday last the 120 lunst, An apprentice.
to the Tobacconist. business, nam'd- JOH.'
SLqIITER, about 15 years cf ',, t, .er" tii.
for his a;ge, stout made, tflil ic..-.I, hI. a scar
bis nose, has a down look, had on w-hen hie 1
away, a drab colored round :,lsui j..cket,
colored pantaloons and yellow stri'r,-. est .c t
pa.ctbh', a mus i shirt prtly ne.wniid ".-k;
ha.: dke'rchief, an oid wool hat and sioo s p::rtly
worn and grey stock ,g-.
Whoever takes up said bovy md brings him ti
No. 179, North Third street, P diladetpla, or se.
curei hlm in an\ jail so that I m g .et trim g.ida
shall receive the above reward. *
Mastersufvesteas uidotiHerr acr forbid harbor
ing or carrying' ot said h.y I t,. e peJl.
Jaecob SlahIter
Nov $-~13$
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X OVE.4r M t 18,< 1811. ,
'Extract ofia letter to the editor dated,.
WVaslingon City, November 15, 1811.
Yestcri;ay and this day. Sciutl hiuve
been in session sv(eral .houn' upon Extcu-
tive business. It is confidently- asserted
that they have *had ui.lcr consideration the
; 1, made by the President of the
L': .. S..t,. during the recess, ahd also
'two t.'' ,ppointimcents of munh public
import a ce. Among the appointments is
tv.'t of Mr. Monroe as Secretary of State.-
Tii,.' 'i, ..,i ,n.. ...- in the Army and Nuay
have not yetbecn submitted to Senate, but
"',il in a few days."

Schooner Maria Louiiai arrived at New
York yesterday in a short passage from
i.'i-.t~1c. .'-The schooner Flashfriom New
Y...' k i,.d arrived at that place., -
Arrived ship Concordia, capt. Conner
froniJsle of France, 79 days,lhaving touch-
ed there for supplies, left brig Fox, Negus
of this port.discharging.
The Cordelia was from Teneriffe for
Batavia but turned ,.t,' t.) 'the British and
informed tiht tihe governor had destroyed
that City and retired' to. the interior with
the .troops ..ri i .hit..,nt--The British
troops t'froi I.di& had not ,rVri-Ld tho.daily

.*'. ic.' .r */. r ,dnt.s llessage.
0 1 '..TION OF FLti.ID.I)A.
Lco SCL 1

Sa'tManroe to.Mr: Poiter. ven, b his order, of the considerations
D p.i-nni ti, State, July 8, 1811. which induced the United States to take
Si-rI'hase had the honor to receive possession of this country,,wiill be perfectly
the note 1,%'. '.you have 1I'. .., by the satisfactory to his royal highness the prince
Orier of his royal highness the Prince Re- regent.
-ent, to i. i'; h, half of the i'egency of W'iI f: rI i1 i,.spect and consideration,,I
sp 'a iinst tile possessio -" lately taken hav..- th he' -il to be, sir, your' most obedi-
by the United States of. certain parts of ent setvanit,
-. i ... -(Signed) JAS. MONROE.
SAlthough the President cannot admit the Au. J s. ste, Esq c. &* .
right of Gret Britain to iiiterf're in any \ .
question relating to thi t pii t he iswil- .Ifr. Foster to Mr. JI nroe.. -
ling to explain in a ii' 6:! ''-,- inner, tilhe Philad phi, Spt.5, 1811
.considerations which induced the U.mi.d .
States to tak the' step against which you Sil---The Chevalier d'Onis, who has
have beeu i r'l I...- i I. :,p. tli .1.Mitiiister from his C.tLmlic
It is to-i '"lired frt your view of the Majesty to the L'iiltt'l States, has written
Ssvi-j ., th.,t the British ,;,> r,,m. hi lhs to inform m- that lie understands by letters
:l,. .i-,:tit t)cibeliIve thi thi Ul iit d Ifrin tie (Gi.vernorof East Fioridla, under
States seized a rnotnefit.of national embar- id tti of the 14th tilt. that Goverior .Alt-
S-a ...... ti ; rI tI f;oii S 1.iian ,1 'iis l i r l o tIos, of tie s(t.i I tl Goorgia., was at that
s i.l ,a -,. h ie, in "l^'nlt. r.,- ,t Th,, .... .._. .- uni,: \a N ot ia n S>, M ..".', "* i,, t -,
"p. .l,;J .i to it by i i.. ,nt, i, st al lio ,n l .,,s r,,r ri...n:r.,. l., tile pulrp >ost l" 1 of .i,,a ,
a ';! 0 R il,( 1 that Sp i., cuild i .i if;oi id r i. d \itli thrE iutli,,I ii -, I f 'p oviice for its,::.. a..,' i is nmoreremote from the Ibe),g cd-li .'.c ed up, to the United States
I.., :iu... .. pitLn'ai.tliil on which your g.'.n iii- it, in .t he was with this view
g... iiiin.t .i-t al' r- to have acted. Examn- using every method of seduction to effect ,
pl., .'. iii. i.rthl) i.condiuct are ui.Ti'.rtIt- his purp.l'-. iUcri ig to each white iniihabi-
iat'. v i .'' nl. n i i, il. Li tory of nations, taut who would side with him 50 acres of
i,.t "'.'. U1 .it. i l Si-i t.S 1'.i -' not followed .laid ii'l iti'i guarantee of his religion and
.thit. n I. ', P io. ,t i',iw! persuaded him- propriiy ; stipulating also that the Amtrli-
.self that i ,. i.. ,uiv-it. I proofs which the c.,ii g.i% ri sit wo.Iluld pay the debts of the
ii Statest avce given in all their trans- Sp.itiiIl goI i-rnieit, halt ic.-r 'due in port-
acti.:.s .i. i i..,, i-, powvers,and particular- sions or otherwise, and that he would cause
ly w i .p in -1 i.up, i.:lt it idliberal poli- the officers and soldiers of the garrisons to
n .- .i.i li t,. shielded the m from such be conveyed to such place as should be in-
n,.:..i .1 si .. -ioii.. HMe is satisfied that dicated, provided they did not rather
nothing is a -'1. % buta t...rr.. i kno, i dge choose to enter into the service of thetJ Uit-
i.l. i...- i to dissipate it. ed States.
1 ;i-.. i.. a. ...your view, a long.cata- M. d'Onis.das done me the honor to comn-
loru.: 1. I,.ai ti n. ,'shich the UUnited States municate to mie a note which lie purposes
have received fr'om Spain l il, the on- tiri-.iiiui,.., tl, 'iu, si in consequencee of
'clusion of their .-ol- iiiiaw i'y war, aliy one th.~,hd.,i .I inrst extraordinaryiiteh.-,.
of which .'ii.i most probably have been gence,and considerig theintimat alliance
col-.i,.. i Lcd cattse of war, & resented as'such, stusisting between Spain and Great Bri-
byother powers. I will niention two of those tain, as well as the ci ttinsbt:in.e-, under
only; the spoliations that wvere ciominiti.d on which he is placed iin this country, he has
their commerce to a great, amount il the u tin,,i" .int cirt '.'.I hait I would a1 i c-'i0ip i,)
last war, ;and the 'it'. si. i,. of their de- his representation with a letter oil my part
posit at Ncv. -Oii.'lsii just before tthe corn- in -tllili.rt.ul it.
ini.L nLin'. It If tl.. p -c int war, in violation Alt. r the .-.,..' Inn asseverations which
ol ".l io l i ,..vy; for neither ofwhichn iriju- you gave mte in the moniuh of July, that no
ries l ,s .,y' rep.m,!rtii or .,tinn.-ml nt been inteiniouis hi.'siii.- t,., the Spanish interests
trade Fort',iiroi-. ik tho,, ii :. fi 'rIt cl.ti in Fli idl. exti'.l un the part, of your go-
it i kinoi to v.ou that Greit Li ii.nm and vernnment,I,anm' hollyuminble to suppose
i',..i,c i.1dv- nkliii ,y. The U. States, that Governor lMattliews can have 'lid or-
Sho,.'..I, d.1 hot rely on these injuries for d, i fl,,,n the. President lor' the conduct
j,: ul'their conduct in this trans- which he is stated to be purti',,; but the
.:i..,, A.liliui claims t') epartio meluiwres h'ie is stated to be'taking in cor-
for them are iby no means relinquished, and rcs'. .,inii,. u t, traitors, and in endeavor-
it is to be presmsned, will not always be lie- i,. j., im,i,.,' .,,. i every art of seduction
glected to infuse a spirit of ri.. o Ih ito the sub-
\ ..-. I ii',rn you ii. thi provitice of jets of th k'ing'o Spain in those quarters),
i "t lii 'i., o the Perdido was a part of are such as 'to create the liveliest inquie--
LLoveni:i.:'-:,-fii- ti.e lih .i ii.,,i lotrmer- tude, and to call ftor the most early interfe-
ly) l.,-,i.....,'i I ..a.rmce, itht.iihithi it was renee on the partof tne government of the
ft"v. -..;r separated from 'the pther part, Ujiited States.
yet that both parts were again reunited in .The ,. hi if the United States are
th.: n..':, ui sL,.,iii, and by her convened to well aware ofl the deep interest which Ihi
1 a.,-' In..... btte the entire province o( royal hi.t -.i". the prince regent takes in,
)0.ou.,.I.. ... lCdtothe'Ulited'States in th,-'security-ol, Florida, 'fo any -atteimpt to
10&i.i ila in a.. -putin tih cession au!d |.-',- occupy tile E I" n part of which by the
ing li ,,i ii ..Vry .1 u .. .. un- Ulnitedt States iot. even the ln.,isi- I pre-
i, i sto:'l ,,i .1.. i.-vo th..,t lta'r for te~t I t lt, le. ,d -iiiiiu as were brought
.i..... a .... e P.--.n.., as of ,ovwardx in the endeavor to justify the agl
.Louisiana; anti tiat.on a convictioliof' their grcssion on West Florida.
r,riJ., ti i-,..ii,, .:d ini their laws provisi- I conceive it therefore to be my duty,
... ,p.c .. i. I' .,.t. faiii to be a of su.pris.. to ing b,-tweci Spaiin aiid Great Jli it .Ii1, and,
tli- hu,> Rc.Rgei-.t, that they did nlot pro- the. interests of ,his majesty's stibjects in
e. e a ta s ioke pusnssion f ,.lthe territory in the West India Islands, so deeply involved
.,,-*,.,, as soo as lthe tre.ty vial rofuim. ithe security of East Fiorida, as well as in
I i.-, wa-,s ,, in the circumstances oft ,, -ui, oftile orders Of ilvy government
bt. t, LA ..t din. ',t..t ,'ulj i iin_. l..[ hid.lI .i ,.. any attempt against that country,
:i,. t,.'as-.ile. -In deiiyig"- the right of the to lose no time in <. ,l;i upon you for'.n
.,n.,:i. t.,i. to this territory, her govern- explanation'of the :1 .,i,,' steps which
i-fmientin'-ited negotiation poilthat and every goverflori Ma.tthews 'is stated to be taki:uig
ctl.w. i,..nt i i contestation between the part- r stubvertig the Spanish autilortity in that
t. ". :'.t- United St..,.-, .:_--,~..i. ti in vi- coumitry, requesting to'be informed by you
.t...i.- .. i... hope ,u. tI.t a ..til .. cire an upon what authority hlie can b acting mind
tdJu. ,i...-,. lid reparatiosi tiur Cery injury what nsmeasurres have been taken to put aU
;.,,- ,_.. b'.n' receive d, atid lead to the stop to his 11...'. i -.
s -.i.. .., l i'erfeCt hai,>-!.n:,y b.-tweei til I the-honor to be, kec.
"'1 o ctt, I. -, ,ut inuthat hope taiey were AUG. J. FOSTER:
,...ppi.t jl. The hoin. James Mqn'oe, &C. &e.

\ aMi M ....... to

di', l~-
Noveiubei' 2 11111,

Since the year IS'i3,. the period i4f the
I.,si negotli tin \uth SI1'1i', the province of
\\'est. Flor4.ia I.. r', .1 in a situation
j.Itg;.etlier c.inoll'.diihli, with the welfare of
til se st.iiu Their go.i inment of Spain
hIIs s..I-,-i v h .C i lit there ; in conse-
qu,.i c of w.iclh the .iir-i of that province
I.d f.illc i. to linorden. Of that circum-
stacui, honv er, the United States took no
ad'.iiNic-c. It was not until the last year,
when the inhabitants, perceiving that all au-
thority over them had ceased, rose in a bo-
dy with intention to take the country into
their own hands, that the American go-
vernment interposed. It was impossible
for the United States to behold with indif-
ference a movement in \lhich Shey were
so t'ct ply interested. The President
would have incurred the censure of the
nation, if he had .suifferi- pril'iln.: to
be. wr i-sc.e, fi',,i the UIL iL I Sit.. ., under
a pretext ot wresting it fum. 'ipin. In
taking possession of it, in their name, and
underI their authority, except in the part
which was occupied by the Spanish troops,
who have not been disturbed, he defended
the rights and secured the peace of the na-
tion, and even consulted the .honor of
Spalin hlics,.II' By this event, the United
States have acquired no new title to West
.Florida.' They wanted none.' In adjust-
ing hereafter all the other points which re-
main to be' adjusted with Spain and which
it is proposed to make the subject of, ami-
caibe negotiation ,is soon"as the govern-
m nt of Spai- shall be settled, herclaim
to this territory may also. be brought into
view, and receive all the attention which is
du'. to it,
Aware that this transaction might be-
misconceived and misrepresented, the Pre-
sident deemed it a proper subject of in-
struction to the ministers of the United
States at foreign courts to place it in a true
light before them. Such an' instruction
was forwarded tbo Mr. Pi.ik'. v. their late
Minister P'Il,.mp't-tin. ,1v at. Lndoqn, who
would h-ave, executed it, had not the ter-
mination of his mission prevented it. The.
President cannot ;*I-..i o.t ii. the frank and
car(did explanation which,I have now gi-

nicate the purport of it, to both govern-
ments, and 6, .i.L.h, it the same time, in
the most In.,a.; n.,,,,. rI, the motives
which led to it. The President could not
doubt that -i m. cexplanatfiori v.u:. give

StI-I have had the lionior to ret4dive
your letter.'of ,Soptimbibei 5th, and to sil..-
mit it to tit' Ii t' '.'fl te President.
TI',. p ini i- which have governed the
U nit' 'I t.ii.i.-' iii ilit ir mt',isi ',- relative to
West FlIrill., have .ir .,ly Ib.-. e xplaiited
to you.. With equal fratiktless I shall now
communicate.the part they have acted with
respect to East Florida. :
In the letter which I had the honor to
address to you .,:1 til 81 i of July, I stated
the injuries lach the United States had,
received front.Spain, since their revolu-
tionary war, and particularly'by spoliations
on their commerce, in 'the last ,war, to a
great amount, and of the suppression of
their right of dr p)it i, t New Orleans, just
before thc cLmini, .'.itrii-iit of the present,
war, for In''iitler ol which had iteparation
been matde. A rliin t ir indemnity for
these in jt it is alLog' th-ir unconnected
"ith th.; qi i.-no1i)n I'l.,iiiL, tu VW est Florida,
which was .iciir'.:I l by --i'-i., f I ni 'France
in 1.803. .
The government of Spain has .never de-'
nied the right of the United States to a just'
indemnity for spoliations bon tlh'ir '..'im-
merce. In 1802 it expli-citly .d'-ittr d tins
right by .:-it in,'; ii it convention,i tie ob-
ject of ', :i.:hi was to :ilji.t 1 tic amount-
of the,, with a view to indemnity.
The sttubsequett injury by the suppression
of the deposit-'t. New O leans produced ant
important c'hnge,in the relations, between
the parties, which .has never been accom-
miodited. Tihe United States saw in that
measure cmi.ent, cause of wVar, anid that
wxvr did not immediately follow cannot b,'
considered in any other light than as a
proof of their moderation and pacific
policy. Tiue y-,.cnivi. could not bt lit.e
that the governmentt of Spaini would refuse
to the ULi, .1 States the jMit:-. due to
:hli candiiidil i injuries, when the sub-
ji i ...ii:.1 I'e b .oii, hi soler ily- before it,
by a special .mission. It is known that an
eniv 1 1 r i,.r1li.i ,r was sent to Miadrid in
I" 1' 5 o" liii, ',ui '-ct. and 1ih t the mission
did not accompnlish-the object intended by
it. ..
It is proper to obs'-r-.r. ih ii in the nego-
tiai.on witli Sp.i in 1: i l ".. ith. injuries
comuplin,'d of by i'' d t .tcs of the
fi, .t w,-re ag. in nl,,v i ti ,llv ..In.ht1l ,
to '. c.r[-n 1 r'.t"rfl..n i ,j' lthat, ,I-1,, -'_ a ii'!i-
ed the'i 'i, hi pn.-i .t New Or-
leI.a.-. a ,l m ,l ",., ,ii .. rdhent, by
di'.l t,,ii1 I h. ilc ..Id Uii'Uistlin it to the'
int ,'l,:,t. s'.'.. ih iI tie re: orsibilitv
due fi'rom it; that. to inmke indemnity to thel
United States for injuries of every kindi a
cession of the vhiolc territory claimed by
Spain, *.t' .e' ri. i. Mississippi was made
the subject 6f: negotiation, and that the
amount of the sum deiatanded for it was theL
sole ciusethat a treaty was not fornied,and
the Territory added.
The I'";'I"l St i. l-i>ve considered the
government "I' .... .. Ih ;:t.'d to them a
greater sum for the in'iuies, abbve stated,
,. ,, ... ,'i.', li,.',' ,.f ,E -i I'io l I. can byr
any 1'.,h" .'.nm ,rr t,--r r,-n lir u ir -bp esti-
'ii.ted nt.. Tlhev h,. Ir, kni t' rhil pru-
vilnc for iiirr in TII nl.iv. .,'. I %. i tin
greater r s.enh I'*'*'.i., ih' .e _"* r'*n 1', i r
Spain i,., i h.1 s w ir.,i'l 'li r, d have sitlreed tiin ir jist claims I,.i.g uon-
satisfid., is a nAw lind strong proof of the
raodi rtion. :,.i t i ,o'f their respect for the
ti .i der.-d riiiti'v, n 'f that power. There
is, however, a period bey'vind which those'
claims ou.ilt nottobe neglected. It would
be highly improper for the United States, in
tlicil e-ppct Ir ,i-S| t i o. to fori't wh.t tihrl
otie io i, nii own ch .o.ctr,. ain to the
1l 111 .nf thetli injured iuz, I.' ,.
l.'.1i, r these circrinqr' ii (L-.S it woi'ld be.
qii 'i lly in u 1i t and t ;di'.l,', r.,I.I _. ill the'
U Lnte"d Stitt. to stuil'li i. t Florilu to-pass
is l ,t, thr p,', sin-i cJ ..ity o either power.
Unjust, because they would thereby lose
the only indemnity within their, for
injuries which n1f it lon since to have
been redressed.. .I. ':,r.rahle, because in
permitting another power to wrest from
them that indemnity, their inactivity and
acquiescence could only be imputed to un-
worthy motives. 8Sitiated as East Florida
is, cut 'loff from the" otiheir possessions of
Spain, and surroniirnid i. great measure
by the Ti. 'ritomr; of illT United States; and
havisig .tsu an important beariT.g on their
commerce, no other power could think of
taking possession of it, with other'hli.,r. lis-
'tile views to them Nor could any other
power take possession of it. without en-'
dangering their pi.'-,.i. riiy and best inte-
The United States have not been igno-.
rant or inattentive to what has been agitated
in Europe, at different periods, since the
r.-.nmieiic.L mei' t of. the present war, in
regard to the Spanish provinces in this
hemisphere; ;nor nave they been. unmindful
of 'the consequences into which the dis-
order of Spain might lead in regard to the
Province in .qitestion, without die care to
prevent it. They have been perstladed
that remisscness on their purt might invite
the danger, if it hadl .not already done it,
which it is so much .titeir interest and de-
sire to pri'event. Deeply impressed with
these .considerations, 'and :.ii..i., while
they acquitted thi ii,-' I\ -. to thle just
claims of their constituents, to preserve
friendship with other powers,, the subject
was brought before the C-.i ,_, .. at its last
session, *hein anb'iitct .was p .'-'. authoris-
ing the executive to accept possession of
East Florida from the local authorities, or
to take it againstthe attemptt of a foreign
power to occupy it, holding it in either case
subject to future and fi'endly negotiation.
-This act therefore evinces the just and
amicable views by which the U. -States
have been governed, towards Spaio, in theo
measure authorised by it. Odv miinisters
at London and Pii is ar. i' ap-
prisedof tihe act and i, ii t ti. d to commu-

all tilhe s.t.f. ... th w ided by it.
"ty a late'lotter frm the .\ i,, r on charge
d'ait'irs at London, I observe, that this ex-
planatiUtn was .Tado to your government in,
the nmonth of last. That it was
not sooner made was owivi6 to the depar-I
ture of the minister plenipotentiary of-the
United States beforethe instruction was
received. .
I an i". rI ,drd, sir, that you will see,'in
thls ,'V... .I t," AdlbI, very strong proof.
of thi .iii .id a ,' disposition of the
U. "-.,ti .. i,.'.,rdi, -p i,. of which I treated
in the conference, to which you have .ill,.I -
ed. The same disposition still .exists; but
it mostbhe understood that it cannot be in-
dulged longer than may comport with the
safety, as. well as the rights and honor of
the nation.
I have the honor to be, &c. &c. -
[The above concludes the correspondence be-
tween vlMr. .mtonro and. Mr. Foster, and embraces
Iti. -,i.- ..AF ii, with the exception of the- three
i...... i..- which appear to have been intro-
d,,.,i .i I. Ienili:, f' 1'. .. rittenisntercourse
I-,wi, ,. ii -,. cietar) ut s',.ue and the, Britishi
minister] ..

F:'n,n Mr. Foster to Mr. Monroe.
; .. '.,*h ing on.ill 1, 181L

SIR,-I have the honor-t6 inform you. ...
tht I havreeied te eie special commands Y Fatal .' .-Y r' 'y afteroo,
of his royal high, tlid Pitincc'Rgent- about 3 o'clock, ( s Fartnum, Killing-
acting in the ,..Imnr ,,i.,,i o th,_' behalf of his Wortb Coni. agetd about *,' :'. a seaman
majesty make an early communication to "on bctrd the schr.'William. Capt. Redfield,
h'ou of the sentimnerts which his royal hilgh- lyingat the Exchange slip(N.York)fell from
ness was pleased, on the part of his majes- the cross-trees' on the deck of th- schoo-
ty, to exp' Mr. Pinkney, upon theoc- neraud c-pired instantly. We l!. r-t.,i
casion of his audience oflceavO. some o T'i r,. -,g ve wy,.which caus-
His royal higness s, '*iffi .1 t'... Mr. Pink- ed this muc' h to be lamiented accident.

ney the deep regret with which hle a.rnt ..
that Mi'. Pinlknev conceived himself to be
bound by the .inshrtctions of his govern- Byliestrdtai's Sonthemn.feail.
nmeint to take Iiis departure from Eingland. C': ;... .
His royal highness informed Mr. Pink- C .
ney, that 'one of the earliest acts of his.go- O.. O- REPRI'.SENT6ATIVES.
vernment, in the name and on the beh:df of
Iii- .I.i-.Ity, was to appoint an Envoy Extra- [REPORTED FOi THE pesr.csATicT'PRenss.
ordinary and ".r.i ., P ,,,i ). ,t-irit.,.', to rii,, N r .,-r t
the government, of the Uhited. Si i, and ..M. I' .' r -. a P .'.' ftmy
added that this appointment had been made (l "." t'. wI'; t" oI N ..
ini the spirit of atmity, andt with a view of inaiants ci t, vestcr. '. i., rt of. North
m unt:. nin the suil sisti g relations of ,, cy t i tl .nig of' .. I .ion-
1. I I I.p hJ .l1tiiIs ( A by the s 'tttcm'nt 1 o I.r .. o
fK I it ,I.i n I tw o countries. i : I ~ -, on ,,
-His r h n rther c I i'el d to the lands of the Cherokee:Iodiu is.-Refcr-
,, ,-,.- : T ; *red to6 the S crctx' y.ofW.;r. ';
Mr. Piiikney that he -was most sincerely red to the Scetry of
and anxiously desiMous -on the part of his Mr. Rhei, proposed ti .2.I *me. lu-
t a tion for adoption:
m .icsty to cultivate a good undlerisitandiig t on r ad ptio : .... --' L- .
n toaltivate good unmert'nomn Reeolved, that the comniitee on ,,i ii a
, wit tile United Sttes by everymeans con- k e : ,tnattecomnntce o i th
sistetnt with the preservation of the maritime Affairs be inlquil i ,o the ex-
rights and interests of tire B-itish empire. pe cy-of e .t .ncv, f t t laws ot the U.
Sis Rova.l highness l. i ii. r ,' States over. t,..i. p s cf the States and
that Mr. Pinkney would comnmunicatethese Territories c .. i.n -r, States, to wl.i h
ideclar.tions to the United States iii the tlhe India title is not e.,u.. ,,.. d. iwsuch
inanner which might appear best caicult- i manner s that aU whilt persons rduii g
ed to satisfy the P.rcsid ,t of his royal hig!.-- within any otf tle said part-of the U i-
ness solicitude .tO fcilitatenu amiable Ais- States, may and shall be liable to the op.-
cussion with the I,,oernmentof the United ration o these laws."-- -I').!, to layoni
St.eiL- upon every poiiit of r dityetIrencc which. the table. -
had arisen between the two governments. Mr. Quie,^y pi -r.t.,I r' 'ttion of
I have the honor to be, with lie greatest ,er Bald-e n, 'I i -- ., ,- '.
Respect and t.,.-.l i ,ii.., r. your -ost fl. the emissln t certain .. l mu .
obedient humble servant,. wlich I eI 1 'i .1 under thI ..stnc-
AUG. J.-FOSTERl. tive law R I, ii. ,i tnle comr.ittc.e of
ro the hon. James Monrne, &c. &c. commerce and manufactures without being

Mr. Mou' r- t Mr. Foster.
-. i -.. -,-- i.*ofStiteiJ.aly G, 1811.
Sla.-I hav,-e hd the honor to receive
your letter of the 2d ipst. in whichyou, ex-
press tl:.I' i '-;r.'t of his royal highness the
prince :.tlthe departure of the Ame-
rican minister ftom Great Britain, and
state that it WA.s one pof the first. acts of his
government to appoint an envoy extraor-"
diuary and m in iiste-r pleniptentiary to the
government of the United States, with a
view of minaiiitniinig the subsisting relations
of friendship betwveenf the two countries,
and that he was solicitous to facilitate an
amicable discussion with the government
of the United States upon' every point of
difference which had arisen between the
two governments.
I am instructed by the President to
acknowledge to you the great satisfaction,
which he has derived from the communica-
tion which you have made of the disposition
of his royal highness, the p prince it' nt.'
to cultivate friendship with the Unit...l
States, and to assure you that the prompt
and firirrIly measure, whichhe adopted, by
by the :ilp'.'i-lne.]t of an envoy extraor-
diiiary and' minister p..- rip' -;,iii 1 to this
country, to maintain tie -.i ui ni-,s t friend-
,ship and facilitate an amicable discussion onm
every point, of diil'erence that had arisen
between the two governments is consider-
ed as a favorable and interesting proof of
that disposition.
I am also instructed by the, President to
state his ready disposition to meet inIa simli-
lar spirit these frank and friendly assurances
,of the:prince regent,.and thl.t nothing .will
be wanting on his part, consistent with the
rights of the United States, that may be
-necessary to proniote the re-establishment,
in all respects,.of that good understanding
between the two countries, which he con-
'siders. to be highly important to the
interests of both.
Permit me to add, sir, that if, as the or-,
gan of my governm-ient, I .can be in any
degree instrumental, in concert with you,
in promoting such a result, I shall derLve
from it a very great .anid sincere satisfac-
tion. I have the honor to be, &c.
(Signed) JAS. MONROE.,

Mr. Foster to Mr. Monroe.
Wiashliton, July 7, 18'1.
Sin-I beg leave to acknowledge the
receipt of your letter dated yesterday in an-
swer to mine of the 2d i;st, and to assure
you that it gives mc very sincere pleasure
-to have to transmit for the purpose of be-
ini laid before'sis royal highness the Prince
Regent, acting in the name and on behalf
of hi"s unajesty, so satisfactory a testimony
of the amrnicahle manner in which the Presi-
dent of the United States has received the
instances and assurances of a friendly dis-
position. on the part of his royal highness
towards the United States, which by com-
niind of his royal highiness I had the h-nuro
to culiun:ticIate to the President tlhrougi

Mr. Miorrow-v rtportqd a '.' iI '. i.; .A
the time for plie,.i .- 'several iin I i-
ces in the Territory of. Orleans. Twice
read and comniiitted.
A bill ;was reported to nutoorise a pub-
lic-road from .,l'. point in tih north line,
established by the. treaty of Grcnvile where
'the United States ro.d froin Vinceiiwss
meets the said line to the north bind in
the state of Ohio, which was twice. read
and conunitted.
The bill for .:h:liii. the time of holding
one of the terms o the U iited States courts
in the District of Maine, was read the third
time and- passed.
.Mr. Minor, (of Penn.) .fT.:rcd the fol-
lowing resolutionI.
Resolved, [Th it a committee be ap-
pointed to enquire whether any and what
amendments are necessary to the laws of
the'. United States, 1 '.I .i to tli'.' protec-
tion of Ameriican seamen, and that the colm-
mittee have leave to report by bill or other-
wise," which was agreed to, and a coimuit-,
tee appointed.
,The house adjourned till Monday.

MARRIED.-On the 7th linst. by tie Rev. Mr.
1 Mrivycs, Mr. JAMES .SM' on tCKof Point no
Point to Miss RacxAE.L SM ILEY of Philadelplhia.

Three or Four Apprentices,
FROM 12 to 14 years of '-. to the Silver PlaV-
ing Business. Boys trom ilc country would be
Apply >it
No. 80, South Sixth-street.
Nov 18-if mwf6t


DR. .J N F--:'
(i11- 1I;I OF LEC,'URES O0N
CHE I.- 1 Y,
On Tuesday the 19th instant,
At 7 o'clock in th" evening,
And will be continued ait the samnce hour every
TICKETS or ADtiSSION will not be requir-
ed 'till after the delivery of the first six lectures,
as Dr. .1. wishes to afford those wi.ho ae inciioed
to become subscribers, an oppor.uhity of judging'
of the manner in which the course will be con-
ducted. 1,
The Lecture ornom is in rCI.. t street, one
,door west of the 'r'l.'ld I t. ,,L
Nov 18--ifd4t&tuths'iA .

L:iigii wlihen you Can.
No. 122, Al.rk' .,r,-et.
Has just receved the above v;m'd;.
I Pricc cents
Nov. 18--d.Zt

The assurances' ,.ich l irrli: ':
il', of i.- i .t.r t in t.h t i u..nid yone'-
'.ell drive if, a's tht orlan ,..i ,-, rn-
,ment, you could be iieit. tO .1 'i ...1,';
\ re-establishing a good-,irder-.r iili,. I,: -
tween both. our countries, :ir trt' ci .ij, iil
with my own feelitig-- .i the ih l.i.. t not to
be received with ver., ; i:h tii ':-..,
I haviethe honor t.. h,'., uii tin li.hest.
consideration and respect, sir, .your most
obedient humble servant, -. .. .
The French privateer brig, -,. ".', cap-
tain Mallet, (late Grassin) from" a cruise,
anchored i; til. Roads last evening.. The
Diligent sailed rom Phil' 1. 'i., about S
months ago, adt has- since been cruising
along the Spanish .i..a, where she capttir-
ed .M i '' l -i i I`,il'.r of Spanish
..1. 1 'i U. ..., ',; pl I.Iv' of L''A rgent.
O0 II,. ;1 3 1 ). -: .,' rt., tr: ',dl C i s' ar ,-
captured the Lititisbh r'i- Tr... captain
Hollcy, from Jamaica,. ..i ':I John's,
New Bruntmswick, ,with a cargo of rum,
"which, vessel they destroyed, and iipt.H.l
and his crew are now on board the priva-
.teer :-The Diligent has put into this port.
torc ,t. [Char.pafier.

\Nova (be;filwa Wasfiingoai So-
c6 ,. of Philalelphii.. f.
THPl memnihrs lheieof'are hlrrby oWificd that
astat the Phliladelphi.. Academy, on Tuesday even-
iug thi 19'th ''st. 7 ".''ck.
SBeij, Van Rook, ,Se'try.
Nv 16---3t

Mr. Cooke s seventh n1fght.

'J The Puhlic arc respectfully in.
fbimed, thit.i"e Celth'i .ted
l eliagafo; TI 'i LVE .\u'I TS O.r LY--
Wssse, "th ,.pp...r ic< will he on 0
SThis Evening, Noy. 18,
Ii the historiett p1 .. *U ,J ,I tlh, llpartof

Or the .:'un'ors of Sir .Juahn Fal.'aff.
Sir Johnl alstaff MR. OOOKE,
(his 7th appearance this season.)
King Hinrr t'ht- 4th Mr. Warren.
Lady 'Percy Mrs: Wood.-

TO HI~~- t WILL BE dDDn,
\ Ktrc< e') 'rt acts, called '

"On Wedaesday.-The -1ercfhant of Venice with
tove-a-l-Mode.. hiy'lock a;id Sir Archy M'Sar-
Scii, M ('.note. ..

A StrayV Mure.
V'AS taken up. by the, subscriber on the night
if the 15th inst. in 'Vine street, a bright chesnut
colo6redMARI, .between 14 and 15 hands high---
, ha on a saddle and bridle; the saddle.nearly new
wit pi~ated cantles. Siie has a small star in her
fqrelieaA and a large schr on her rtnnp.a little
white on the inside of her off hind foot.
The ownet, is desired totcome and prove proper
ty,,pa cha-ges and take her away.
Jacob Levan,
18~d3 Eighth street near Vine.
.I Nnov 18-, d3t /' : "

Notice is-hrebrly iven,
: G-'-iPe whn'ar. ih'dbtetl to di late firm Of.
HYN lA. and HIART that unless their acconlits
are psid to either of the Assigitees, or to Isaac
Stuttgard; who is dnly anthorised by them to col-
lect them previous: to-i he 1st of December next,
thev will then be put in suit without distinction of
prons. "

i. T ev..1.i'K V U .
Peter Hertzog.

Nov 18-mwvf3t

Real Estate. .
Ol Tuesday the 19ihi N, at 7 o'clock, P. M. at
'the M', ri '-miis offee house,
A lot of around situate 'on the west side of
Schuvylkill Watter street, between Locust and
Spruce sitroet, q. 15965,'ctniiming in breadth
north.aand south 70 feet, and in depth east and
west 240 feet, bounded southward by, ground of
Gen.'.,Pra'C:s tm'uri'vy, westwardd by Beach street,
noirthwaird by roundd of capt. John Mullowny and
eastiiard by afterr s:reet--le title indisputable.'
Terms at sl. s -,
-" Montmoflin&?'. S. Moses;
Nov 18-d-t

I]oPsey's Real Estate Sales.
(No. 3072 Registe.*) :
-fi pursiuance of an ordet of the Orphans' Court
of the city andcounty of Pliladeilhia "will be ex.
posed to'Public saleonl the'pre'.ises,on Sat'irday
the 30th day of Npvember (instant) at 3 o'clock in,
the afterno-in.
All the message and lot of ground, situate. on
the west side of a '30 feet wide street called
Charles stPeet, in Spring Garden, between Callow-
hill street And a 50 ieet wid6,, street called James'
a'ix,< codntiinuim.g in beidttfi north' and siuth-2)
f'.'i, and in lenglb e;C.Stai.dt, werst I)) ftet, bound-
ed sota ward anml w,'stv-a.'d, byground oftRugan
and Itiodes, northwa d, by lot No '15 and east-
'ward' by said ChLi-ics stre'et-subject to a yearly
rent charge of 14 d,'llris.
A certain lot or piece o ground, situate on the.
east side of a 26 feet wide court Al- all'y, left openly
1. Rugan and Uhodes, at -'we distance of about 80
feet southward fiom a'50 feet w vde street called
James e;ell, containiing ini brdttth nqrtlm and,
I o. h ?. I'-,i anid ii I.iih est anid 'vest 58 feet,
l'o'i.l-A ,irlti',rs a',, southww'd by grou'id
now* or iate of Rigan anid Itoldes, eastward by
the above described lot, and westward by tihe
said twenty six. feet wide court, subject to a
yearly ryet charge of 9 dollar's, -Conciitions .t'

ReBea .Estate.,
S At4x o'clock In th 'i %eni;'i. 'if .t
", IVit/ bc h d -

No. 1 .
Six Lots in Hamilton Vill;ge,
MA1 KE4i) n the pl-i of" said Villag', Nos. 83,
S4, 5, 86j 87. and 88, ")fi cet front c.icli by 175
feet deep,

TWO LOTS, sititeii, in iamilton Village,
mark-d in Lte plilo (f' said village, Nos.'89 and
91, being t,-,ther 100 fict front oil Margaret,
'suti:et aund'-.22U0tfeet deep to a thirty -'let wide
S. -NO. 3^ .
A Lot of Gronnd situate in the.Village of
lrulounesurg, on the south easterly side of the
turnpike road leadinugto Biistol and on the north
westerly side of L')inbard street aid bi Mill-
ttrc'tIt ntaiiiiiS h!reefrotit;, being 154 perches
of and. ,

A Vacant Lqt marked in the general plan of
city 'lots; No. 1897 situate on the north side of
JHigh.street, iat the distance of 173 feet trom the
east side of Schuylkill Fjfth street-containing
twenty-five feet front on said High street and 180
feet deep to a twenty feet wide alley.
NO. 5.
A Vacant Lot marked in the general plan of
the city lots, No. 2066-situate on the north side
of Filbeit street, frontingthe publicesquare at the
distance of 125 feet from the east s de of Broad
stre'et-containing in' fron on sald Filbert street
25 feet and in length or depth 150 feet to a 20 feet'
wide alley.
S*o. 6 ;
A three storybrick message with a large frame
back building and lot of g'roud situate on the
north side of Filbert street, fronting the public
square-containing'in breadth on the said Filbert
street 25 feet and' lin depth one hundred and fifty'
feet to a 20 feet wide alley.
NO. 7,
A frame ihose and lot of ground situate on the
gouth side of High street, at the distance of 19
feet 9 inches westward from l')elaw.ire T-welfth
street-containing 20' feet 1 1-2 inches front on'
the said High street aid in depth 106'feet.
S. No. 8.
A framT .hot'se and lot6f ground iituate on the
south side. of High street, at the distance' of 216
fe&t from the cast sidQt or' DeiaWaie Thirteenth
' street-contalinng. ii hi'c.iadithloltaid High street
24 ibet and in tdepti 190 feet to a fifteen flet wide
alley to be'left opeii br ever.
N,' ,no. 9.
A large new three story brick house and lot of
Sound situate on the north side of High street
at the distance. of 156 feet eastward from IDela
ware Ylevnnth street-~containing in breadth on
s-"id High street ,8 feet and in depth-200 feetto a
30 feet wide s:reet.'alled Hunter street onii which
is erected a large frame building.
S *'. '*', ?9 10. .
A new three story brick house and lot ofground
situate in the sothli sidd of High street between-
Delaware Nint -and Tnth streets-containin in
front on said. Iigh street 16 feet 8 inches and in
length' or depth 222 'feet' to a 40 feet wide curt
leading into Tenth street. Subject to a ground
rent of B300 per anktim payable half yearly.
NO. II. '
An Elegant Country Seat.called Elwood situate
on a roaild leading fro(n-the Germantown Turn-
pike to Fraiukford, about three miles and an half
from th' city and aboutihalf a mile from, the Ris-
ing Suit Tavern on said" Turnpike Road--cosisist-
ingi of sixteen acres and a half of land more or less
in high state ofcultivation.
SNo. .12.
A Lot of Wod'. and Meadow Lan4.adjoining
the above,c6ns;sting,of 12 acres and 64 perches;
the wood lahd 'is mostly second "growth timber -
and very tt'rifty amid on whiie' is -saidto be a stone
quarv .
S ly order of the assignees .of JOHN, A. WIL-
F. Moitmollin b" S. Moses,
Nov 18-dts

O By JoM&. Juines.
On Tuesday evening the 19th instant at 7 o'clock
at-the Merchants Coffee House,
lVlhbe Sold '
Agreeabfly to the last will and testament of'Joseph
Fox, deceased.
'SITUATE on Third street above Vine street,
No.175-the lot is 17 feet front by '90 feet in.
depth to an alley, or carriage way of 10 leet wide
of which it lias the privilege. -
Terms will be liberal and made known at the
time of sale.
.- Joshua ILippincott,
O .Coiunisson Merchaut.
S- Nov 18--d2t r '


714 Parit' e who' h ave Cj lldrcn aflicted

Tis. discoVdry is of the first lil gnitude; .as it.
affords im'mediatd relief, checks the progress,.
and in a shoi't tiltL ti.i-ely it.inoves the most
cruel disorder to ih,,.1, hilhiritn are liable; the
Elixir is so perfectly ag'ireeiable, and the dose so
small, that no.difficulty arisestrin taking it

Ague, and Fever Drops,-
For the cure of agues, renmittent, and intermittent
fevers. '
oaver:was,.imedicine offered that has a greater
clain to public approbation than this, as many
thousands cal testify. i t u'oIli lie needless to
expLalatpt largely oilh thle extr.,urchdu'ii'vir'tues of'
these drops, itbelng the generally received opi-'
nion, that if tallenire'.irl'h, and a'coidtngto the
directions,- 'it ia the' In'iet lAiCiis meCitcile in
itheknown ..rhl, t r t.e a- gue and initelin.,itt
fever. T.,..i.,,-.'.lhsca a iei.l l Ith uir bcinigcurii-d
by lhesec'dITps, ;'ir il h bark niid every oilier
medicine have proved ineffectual. in an.
hundred has had occasion totake more than one,
and nuitibers not :half a bottle. ,

'A safe and- effectual remedy for acute and
chronic rheumatism, gout, asthmatic gout, pal-
sey, lumba;go, numbness, white swellings, chil-,
blains, sprains, bruises, pain in the fiace'and neck,
&c. &c. '
This valuable 'remedy is prepared both in a
fluid state and in pills, awn thus excellently adapt-
ed both for externidal and internal use.
The pills operate mildly by insensible perspira-
tion, expellingtheI superfluous anid morbid hu-
mors': they are highly, cordial to tile stomach,
create appetite, id digestion, remove flying pains,
amid cold and windy complaints in the stomach or
bowels. .

16 recommended as an invaluable medicine for
the' speedy relief anf'opermanent cure for the.vari-
ous conimpaints which result from dissipated plea.
sures, Juvenile indiscretions,' residence ini cli-
mates iuntavi':irble to the .etiitution, thile inmmo-
derafe use .of tea, t'reqetvt intoxication, or other
desti'uctiui'intempermaanee ,the unnkitifil or eXces-
sive use of mercury,. ie~1stisease peculiar. to fe-
males at a certain period of life, bad lyings in;
& c.

This medicine, which is as iniioceit'tand mild,,
as i is certain and efficacious in its operation,.canr
not in.tire the youngest infiat, should no worms
exist in'the body ; but will, without pain or grip.
in.', cleanse the stomach or the towels of what.
ever is Toul or offensive, and thereby'prevent the
production of Worms, and many fatal disorders.

Hahn's Anti-Bilious Pills. .
The operation f these pills isperfectlymnld; so
ra to he used with safety b ypersons in every situa.,
tion, and of every age. .
They are excellently adapted tc carr' off super-
fluous bile and prevent its morhid secretions-to
-retstore and. amend the ap tit.t o-prodttce B
free perspiration and hereby prevent colds wlhic1h
are often )f fatal ;1snequtn ,s. .A dose never:
fais to remove a cold if ta itnaoi its first appear-.
ance-They are celebrated for removing habitual
costiveness-sickness at the tqinacal and severe
head ache-and ought to be taken by all persons
on a change of climate.
They have been found remal-kably efficacious
in preventing 'and ciiring disorders attendant on
long voyages, and should be procured and care-
fully preserved for use by everye aian.

By once using Lee's ,Samveivifn Oiurieut. The
proprietor informs, those persons and families
who are sufliing- under this disease (Against tie
infection of which no person is safe) tli t if this
ointment is used at night-on goingfto bed, it ne-1
ver fails to perform a curd by the following morn-
ing, a thousands'whi, have used it (lriuig the last
ten years clu testify. TJAe peculiar excellencies
of this infidllibl for'tie itch,'over every
other, are the certainty of a cure by a single ap-
plication ; the ingredients', being so innocent as to
be applied with perl ct safety o the tenderest in-
fant; and its being not 0oni'i -::ti-omanyy ien-
sive smell but equh'ly aigr..hid with plea-

e:. JIcob Specht, AMILTONi's ELI antest pomat
Administrator of Jacob Speclt, deceased. A sovereign re-medy for, obstinate Coughs, The Rlestorati;e poSvder for the Teeth and
1 e-a C i Asdhmias, S-re Thirosts, and approaching Coil G'ttum. '' &
1. snlptions,. and most Uisordei'rsot the Bre:ist and
Nov 1.9-r-mwfts .. .Lungis. This' excellent preparation comforts and
S INGE TRIAL, st gtheula the gums, preserves tile enamel from
t- ('P, '-.. Will, 'prove, that it restores the determiifatleu' decay, and cleanses and whitens the teeth, by ab-
S JOHN STE l of the'fluids to the surfaceofthe body ; and bring sorbing all the aoriiionious 'slime and foulness,
N' O. 2 8, S.- SECONJY STREE'T on the common n'ealthful perspiration ; thit it dis- which if suffered to accumulate, never fails to in-
INFORMS the public g... r al, tht lie b.s l0odg's and eacu-tatesithe toiih viscid plklelm or jure and firudly ruin them.
latey "" a1a'*i ue~ sthengtiuens the e-eneed vessels of the,
,lately ptichasediii'New York "aLirge Quntitytoy ol-ungs ,-sheathes t-e acrimonious .inmor which .r- DA ..S. I SAL-E.
thle o1iOW ,altvcSi "wcle-sLt S 1ttlecolld i. ID t I D.-AMASK IP -ALVE ,.
The folbowilug ai'tic, 'whitim lie is l t 'mwd 'o ,lWtue.r' thein, and flunally dischuarges it i IThus
sell by thle Piece toi Yard,. or CASH sikin t the n t of the di s o re t h s -
n- tons are 'at u ihe effectuallyv and permanently A "
Sulperfii6e CLOTHS & CASSIMERES of every conqurtpd, the reverse of common medicines
color, at redluced pricp. wliicLh weaken the constitution, and give 'strength T'ue and Genutine Gcrmnirfa Corn Plaister.
Imperial and Bed ford CORDS of.every color, to die ,otliroder, for the sake '0of moderitiing for An. infallible remedy for Corns, speedily re-
nt reduced pricea: :. h i preseilt suing e ofits 'painful effects. moving them root mid branch, without giving
4-4 and 7-8 1RItH LINENS, very* ch4ap. pain -..I''. -
5-4 hrisih SfiEET'l'lNGS, diti0o r CASE 'OF CtR ,
Isng LI NS 7nd 3-4 DIAPE.RS, itt elcctd m an u lit s Genuine Eye Water
Dainask T.Jale I NS from 6-.4 to U0-4, verf 'rom a nuhru li.y Eater,
schkip.- 1 .T. LEE. A sovereign remedy for all diseases of the
5-4. and. 1-2 Ell Black IBOMBAZINES, very Being desirous to make public for the good of eyes, whether the eectof natural weakness,r of
eap. r others the. excellent quality of H.AMILT'ON'S accident'.
SScarlet Pelese CASS1.l11'IIES for Ladies Man-' ,ELIXIM prepared by the 'late Mr. LIe, 1 have "
tiea. se't you the.following account of the ben'cfit I "T :'D'6
Large Itose BLA4NI'KETS and FLAXNELS.. Jiave receivedd rom it; which ,litpe twill induce TOOTH ACHE' DROPS.
S WVitl A others to give it a trial. In 'oinTsequence of a The only remedy yet discovered which gives
'GENERA L 'AS'iSO F I ENT' OF bruise on thibrcisat received friomf"a fTl, niy health immediate. and lasting reliefin the most ddvere iu-
y fO 'S grew bad, ipy breathing" became very difficult, and stances.
X. In.1. ,'\""J,'.s.u frequently lIhave had& suddenly to rise-up i '
.Sept30-(if iiyftf bed with all the horrors t' immediate sufh-kcation. The, Genuine Persian LotioI.
-i^Ti~~~~~r T.^ TTTT~Add to thise, a coinstantaii i ,n my brea.t, and a I L enI il o o.
JEPJWARD LHUDSON, cough,o a great1loss of'sti',lhandi flesh, aid youI. So celebrated ami;ng the- f aslii6onable through.
SR.S 11-- FRI- ND AND aay en~toimisevidetlyic' 'ut Etirope, in prevematiitiand removing bl,mnih-
I.OReS HI S RIN S ANDe(l aploLi eonunpLiTeaveo ', ...-;, an
S7, .PU I, se ad es of every kind, of the face and kin, particular-
md T ,fIost eninient physicia. Awas resorted to; and af- ly freckles, pi es, inflammatory redness, scurfs,
THEEIE IS NOW ON UDAIVEllY terwards a second was called in, butwithout giv- my fetkles, pimples, inflammatory pcnes,.surhs,
AT TH, igL ne any relhet, Anothitr phiiyiclant, who knew tettesI' li w orms, sun burns, prickly-heat. a
PITLADELPHIA -BREWERY, ueand the circumstances o my case, advised me enav -cd iagiels awi 'the s tre-ofm wta.ill
.tgi 07, J-ittret s E'i trd -say ang, ,he ad Lce, widow, afthtel tetichiai' Lee,ju. (to coun-
107, ...-i tt iii his Practice,. d tuavwayajmotia'it d6 michsc te'lt'it which i ,ii feoiiy) is affi-.ed t ,.eac of time
e Vine, hetwext nT hii iand F,'(rth streets, Od.. A bottle was pruocu ed fronm Mr. Bilrchi's, I- n e oy. e le
F[ 1. kRE' IIL Wt j h 2,1)" au4 Ifroundr'Iel4f vre lAid taken haf o' it. I lDe n ,e SALE AN. RETAIL BY

T i ,t Pale Ae continued to4use it, and 'vi soon strong enoug-hi,. BE
.'. -. ; to attend to busin's's. On tikimng co.d soli oi'.my Wi'. 1. Birch.
Fir Draug'ht 6r r Jottting. form r symptoms return, but ar'e always removed No. 37 S. Second street.
,P0utR'It of excellent quality on sale as by a dose or two of the Elir xir. i ** D'ugists and 'country stcr.keepers will
*G t1 EO. BENNER,J1 r. be tr heated wit lnn liberal te)rns.
..Key. 9-if Cil2tkinwffit No. 11, leadd suyct, Pfhiladelph.i.' Nov l8--mwt'ff

For one year or a terl of years,
Old Public HIoune,
INY Ridley Township, in the county ofDela-
ware, Pennsylvania, on the post' road. leading
from Philadelphi: to Baltimore, anmd about Ele-
ven miles from the former place, and known as
Plough Tavern,
Together with all the'hecessiry buildings, and
Possession may be had -immediately. For
terms apply ont the premises to
J. L. 'Pearsdn.
Prospect Hnill, September 14.
SNov 4-ifamwftf
To be Sold at Public Sale,
The 18th qof December next, dnd fposseisieon
given on the first of April following, '.
TIHE following very valuable property, contaziA'
ing between 80 and 100 acres of land, of the first
quality, situate principally in-the township ot'
Dirmingham, Chester county,. one mile from
Chad's ford, on Brandywine, six from West Ches-
ter and 26 from Philadelphia, about 30Q. acres of
said land is highly manured plough-land, between
15 and 20 acres of Woodland, the remiuiinder wa-
tered and bottom meadows, of the first quality.-
There are erected on thkpremises, i stone dwel-
lirig house, 30 by 32 feet, four rooms on -eacg.
floor, and cellar under ihe whole, -a Stoie *grist,
".i mercaait ntill, in which is two pair burr mill-
stones, amnd three holtig" cloths : likewise a Saw
m0ill; bothi'of said minls are turned by the main,
branch of Brandywine. A small frame barn, sta-
lble and other out buildings.. A small apple or-
.chaird, and a number of othoerfiuit trees;
It is thought unnecessary to mention further
particulars, as it is prestimed tlht any person in-
clining to become a purchaser, will view the pre-.
mises for himself, which will be shewn on or be,
fore'the day of sale, on application to the. subscri-
her, residing thereon. The sale to begin at 1
o'clock onrthe aforesaid day, when attendance will
be given, and terms made known, which will be
easy to.the purchaser by
Amos Brinton.
N. B. A good title will be made to the purcha-
ser, on payment of one half of the consideration
money. ,
Nor 11-ifm5t

.LUC 7'1(X. SJtI ES.

On Tuesday next the 19th inst. at the auction
store, at 2 o'clock, will commence the sale of
the stockin trade of Mr. John A. Williams
Consisting of a general aod very valuable assort.
ment of DY GOODS.
.Particulars and terms' previous, to the day of
sale. ...

S On Tuesday at half past 2 o'clock.
S bales Welsh flannels assorted of faie quality
1 case fine cambric muslins, .
I trunk sewing silks.
3 bales superior quality Rose Blankets, on a
credit of 60 days.
Previous to the sale of 'Dry Goods,
4 4 ,ses English Dolls,-by the case.

[ On Tuesday at 2 o'clock, will be sold,
A Patent Lever GOLD WATCH, for account
of the concerned. '

Sugars and Green Coffee.
On' TueSday at 11 o'clock on Smidh's wharf above
S .Race street,
Landing from on board the schr. Caroline from
: St. Jago and sloop Juliet fromin avanna,
34 boxes white sugars
48 do brown do"
35 bags green coffee
84 bags do do ,'
100 ox hides
17. boxes si-gars

S R!uspia Hempf.
On Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock on Bick.
ley's wharf.
52 Tons Russia hemp of first quality
Landing firos on board the ship Snipe justarrived
from Archangel in Lots to suit the purchasers 'on
alibera credit.

On Thursday next at 10 o'clock, will be sbld at
No 208, Chesnut street above Eighth street, "
The present occupant dechiiuin- house keeping;
a quantity of excellent household and kitchen thfur-
iiture almost new and in good order-dinner and
tea sets of very handsome China ware, &c. &c.
l'he furniture, &c. can be seen 'on Wednesday
afternoon and Thuasday morning' before the sale.


On Tuesday morning 4tt 10 o'clock precisely, im-
"'mediately preceding the sale on Sntith's'wharf,
Will be sold on board the schooner Delaware at
Clifford's wharft
2)00 bumshels L:te pool hiic SALT,
T" hlis to suit pautuiast.,. oni a libcrai oedit.

'.Fve doors belowim Chesnut street, and
near the Bank f ,the U; States.
THE Lib'rarian has the pleasure to inform hits
Patrons, that during the summer seasoii, he has
received, and' per ship Edward, via New York-,
a vey considerable number of recent and valua-
Have been made to hisi former'Collection.'
That in the course of the ensuing week, he will
receive the English
Periodical Publications,
A/lnd d7 .". ", V able,
Voyages, Travels, Novels, and
Miscellaneots Works.
Nov 9-tlfdtf

A Democratic RepublicanU

ABLE and willing'to undertake the condiicting
of a WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, may hearof an
advantageous offer, on application to the Editor of
this paper, who is authoeised to make sale pfone
of the must promising establishments of this kind,
for a very inconsiderable sum.
Nov 2-dtf .
: TO LET,-

On Thursday afternoon, at half 'past 2 o'clock at
th auction store, will be sold,
A.large and general assortment of' seai,,able

I'ri..'el il i Pt'l slCu .I l .y J///.ui' J/', \'jV '
Fr'}'lh ..t.,'t, Ja.<;s'k -t l, I'l.iladilel iia

On T'ues&fta morning tt fO o',lhck pi'C." -*
'Juitt tending frni on boaud tdih. Air. Txrthlia
S 16l hihds' ilie Mueo d
*', 23' arrelsy SUG9R '. .
3000 bs Ccoa '
12- tons Fustc arind LigraIimv a:;

On Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock piredfisely -
the old ci; v auction stofe,'
3 bales tine clothlis 1do dassimeres'
1'.case velvets agid coirs ,
1 do black and colored silk velvety
1.,do cotto'kilrtifnig. -
1 do' 9-8 black canbirir "
I do cambric musl .is
5 trunks' fancy mu iiis
3 do beaver gloves '
1 case black laces 1 do jet butfonsf
1 do sarsnetts, assorted coiir
'i do ribbons -1 d" susperrdera
2 do 6-4 and 5'-4f'uniy stwls ,
.1 do brown'Irish linens
,' d long lawns 1 do'fancytrimnaing~
2 do eallidoes
I do laee veils, shawls and dresses
Also for accouitof tle conc.,'ne," "
7 hales India muslins partially dalrifaged.
J, LIPPINCOTT,.; C n.' Hecta .

.. 3. DORSEY. '.

Ironmlongery t ..i'crtion. ., ,.
Oh,Tuesday; ftetrnoon' at half p.ast 2 oclock at:
I store No, 61 Sbuth Front street,
A quantity of well chosen Ironrahongety of the
last importation, being the remains of a stock in'
tradc,to close the concern.
Consisting of
Commode handles and an' assortment of bras'
furniture generally.
Brass harness furniture .
Brass locks for doors, files, &6 .
Chissels, gouges and saws, hinges,
Ivory handled knives & forks insetts of 50 eaelF
A quantify of wtliassorted files
Bolts, plain irons and hammers
Auairs shears, sickles, candlesticks
Umbrella furniture-With a variety of otlef
articles in immediate reqei. '

On the morning of T'iUL,- .lihe li inst. at N.-
17, Cherry street, 'below Fourth.'
A i quantity of
House'arid Kitchen Furniiure--.ihl- r Plate, &,
of the property of. Mrs.Ramsev, by order of -
SBENJ. M'EEliDI'H, Adm'r. '

Stocks and. Real- Estate.
Tuesday stated evening at the Merchants Cbffi,'
H aeHouse,7 o'clok, :'
3 Shares GermnantoWdri Tuirnpike '
2 shares Bank of North A ,. rica,
3067 Two lots on Callnwhdl street, south sideg
.near Schuylkill Second street,
Six other lots neAr'thereto, .
Two houses in brays Alley. / .-

'On Wedne'iday at store, No. -6!, south Front
street, at 142 o'clock, ,;
50,bags old white, coffee for families
S1,0 chests young hyson tea ,
.10 bales cotton, to close a eonre i
20 lbs mace 200 lbs. cloves '''
5 pipes Fayal wine /
After which,,Furuiture out ot d4o.


On Tuesday afternoon, half past 2 o'clock, at thi.
auction store, No. 190 Market street,
.-A genen;l asotmeaantof DR? GOODS& aitel
to the season.

On Wednesday evening half past 6 o'clock, w.LAL
be sold, at the auction store No. 190, Market,
A valuable collection of Books, in.the'several
departments of Literature.
Also, Blank account Books, Quills, &c.


Oh Tuesday morning at the auction store, No 20
South Front street, at 12 o'clock precisely,
Will be sold,
50 bags Porto Rico coffee
20 barrels green Cofle,
10 boxes brown Havanna sugars
10 do white do do
10 hhds Jamaica spirits
5 hhds gin '
10 bales cotton
20 barrels madder
20" kegs refined salt petre
10 hhds allum
10 bales calcutta twine

On Tuesday morning at South ste, et-wharf at 11
o'clock precisely, :
300 boxes brown Havamna Sugars.
150 do superior white 4o
B Ing the cargo of the brig Hollon, just arris'
ed from rlhavunni Terms at sale.

On Wednesday afternoon at the auction store No
20 south Front street, at half past 2 o'clock, *
A large and general assortment of seas'onable

Brazil Sugars, 'e .
On Thursday morning the 21st iist. at Mr. 'Jf-
seph Sim's stores corner of Pine & Water street,
at 10 o'chuck. '
146 boxes anid 14 half boxes of first quality Bras
zil Sugar....
40,000 pounds Brazil Cof'ee in bags, entitled to
17,000 Buenos Ayres Ox Horns '
7 tons Fustic.
Terms of Sale. .
All sums under 500 dolfiars 60 days; above 500
and un l|I000,, 90 days; above lu00 and under.
2000, 90 and 120 days: and above ..u0u dollhr-,
60, 90, 120 and 180 d., s...
The Sug'a may be examined two days previ,
ous to the sale amid the day of sale.

To-morrow morning precisely at 10 o'clock: will'
25,000 wt. green Coffee.

On Wednesday morning st 11 o'clock atthe new'
city auction store, will be sold, '
8 bags Cloves
3 qr. casks superior quality white Wine.,
20 bales first quality Russia Feathers

On Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, at the neE
city auction store, will be sol.:, .
15 casks nails suited to the Spanish niarket.


Thomnis Passniore, No. 34, South. Front street.
JhIy Good It. Monday and Thursday afternoon.
,i'oceii'W. Wednesday aind Saturday morning.
Silas l'. Weir, XN6. 20 South Front street.
AJhy Goods. Wednesday '.nd Satnrday'afternoon.
S Graceies. TUesdav and Friday morning.
, Montinollin, No. 3;, North Front street.
.Dry goods. Tuesday and, Friday afternoon.,
Groceries Monday an'd Thursday,2 o'clock.
Humes & Lippinicott; No.15, South Front street.
ry Goods. Tuesday morning and Friday af-
Groceries. Monday and'Thursday.
Peter Kuhn & Son, No'. 19U, Market street.
Dry Goods. Tuesday and Friday afternoon.
CGrowerie. Monday and Thursdayafternoon.
:J.Dorpey, Groceries, Wednesday and Saturday
mornings. Stocks and Real Estate, Tuesday
ev ening- at their Merchanits Coffee Hoise.
AKtthie Mernhants' Coffee house in the City of
P'iladelphiiii on ilonday the second day of De-,
cember, at seven o'clock in the Evening.
AT'ithie tinme Til 1! ii:c ab.:, r,..iio...', will
be sohlt l11 l iT: I 'llt t l a.ct n iiI r ,- I 1..- .. Bar-
ker(binrch F.-.| ofi N .-' ,rk in I'iliY '.ON.K
"ilRACTs Ow l -,.\ ) ,, ,'-t-ir,,,. t. ..o 400
acres e:ch situate iu tile counties of' Northumber-
lanid, N6rthafunton and Luizerne, and lying on and
116ear..Nescopeck Creek, Black Creek, Beaver
Panid and Creek, Snow Valley Run, and I
(jCat.tawvissa Creek, sur'vvyed under Warrants dated
i 1793 .. .

: Dorsey's Real Estate Sales.
No. 3068 Register.
On the evening of Tuesday, the 26ith,in.t
.Vovember, at thie -1. C. II. at /halflast
6 6 o'clock.
A TWO story frame house nearly new in front,
two .ne~t-2 story frame buildings in the rear, and
the lot of ground on which they are erected, si-
tuate on the east side of Delaivare south Fourth,,
below'South street, No. 265, the lot whereof
contains in front, 15 feet, 8'inches, and in depth, '
80 feet, to a 3 feet alley, of which it 'lias privi-
lege. Subject -to a ground rent of S21 per an-
nuiti-Terms at sale. '
J. Dorsey, auc 'r.
Nov 12-tuthsts
l)Oi Y '1' Ti. jd.N'iV "
Dorsey's Real Estate Sales.
(Register, 3071.)
DI'TRICT rNo. 8-.
On tie veeiii'g l'I tuesday the 26th inst. at the
S.Mercl..nt- .fi-... I-lousc,'at half past 6 o'clock.
ford County, Peinnsylvania; Six Tructs first qua-
lity, taxes paid, each'200 a ores. IPlan
shewn at the time and place of sale, to close a
.. T-, -ircv. ite'r.,.

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THE Subscriber having, lately received, and on
A. General Assortment qf
Fresh Drugs and Dye Stuffs.
Which he offers for sale on the most reasonable
vI Among which are,
CAMPHOR Bergaenott
Opiutm Red Precipitate
Rhubarb. Angelica Root
Glauber Salts Flake Mana
Sponge Senna Leaves
Windsor Soap Oil of Vitriol
Gum Copal AquaFortis
Shell La Canmiomile
Gum Senegal Pgeruviori Bark
Gum Arabic ,g-.,, and Tapioca
Gtmn Sandrac Wi,lt,, r'cd, and yellow
Senecca Oil Arsenic
Gum Assafltida Polishing Plitty
Red Chalk : Tinfoil '
Blue Vitriol Spanish Anetto
Aloes, Borax Burgundy Pitch, &c.
Essence Lemon Patent Worm Tea.
HWith a vcrF General Assortment of
Of every kind,
Likewise, Siofi Furhiture &' Vials,
Glass Mortars, Glass Funnels, Graduated Mea-
; suros, Patent Vials, &c.
(0' Apothecaries; :Physicians, Country Store
keepers, AManufacturers and Dyers, may be sup-
plied on Jeasonable terms. "L
No. 222, Market-street.
One or two Apprentices
OF unexceptionable character, pot less than 15
years of age, will be taken-a preference will be
.given to lads from the country.
February 23-dtf.

s, ... VALUA
in twenty eight tracts, and an undivided three MEDICAL W ORKS
fourths ;f'rone ti'aet, containing about 400 acres
each, situate chiefly in Northampton county, and AMONG WI CH ARE,
a part of six'of telm in Luzerne couityv, .ling on iIOOPER'S A ..,*.,i.:. ExamtinatioTns .
,and nearthe' heads of ihe West breach' of tBroad- Pringl h ID o .: 1) .A tiet. Army, with- Notes by
heads and Jones or l',.koii. '. ks, 'Tobyhtaliia Dr. Rush
Tu.Iktiiml ., ,i.1 thie liie:.d tir,.,nis .-f Lehi'. B *ri,,n '1 1i i |,, M. ,!i,1i, fiew. edition)
A more partichulr deseriip'tioti of these hands .,Ih', M. ci I hl.ii. es, .do do
ill be p'hlisheed it a'convenient time before the 16 lutrodCetory Lectures oin the practice
dlay .ipp.,;,t.d for the sale. In tie meanwhile the .' Medicine, Jtist published
title papers may be, examined and full informa- ---- '. ,1 nl-im
tion obtained on ail:icatiu n \ILo IA i A MEr. Tlotntas's Practice of Phyisic
REj)ITII Esq. N.-I 9S,uU lliir.1, ilptl.,dehIlih,', Wistar's Anatomy ,
attUirneyfor ite assignees of Jolin B. Church, by' C,,.\%'i At1 'it' ., LDi -pii..i 'ry *
heli,)'ut-urd, r hie s.,,il;.r. t) lie mi.ide. -- Medicd tliih,; .i
OQ.e lI'Oirn olthe plirclias,: .,i- y wil be re- hI.h..I,.- ',' M i .i ,il
iq u ., in'' i nl tinu .ex. cun.til .i' deeds to the | ,iishIn', M,.ili-ri '
purchasers. Tli,: I..- .e p.,\,bl in nine, twelve Jacob'o Chemical Pocket Companion
and eighteen r, n, Ji,, s tIl intilr.. t secm-ed by Black's Chemistry
bonds nd'nr nior r-.. .i .iual. D.uawin's Zodnoonia
'F. Montmrnollinii~ S 3Moses, Dorse 's Cooper's Surgery
S o Henr'sChemnusty, new edition
: ctioneers. Bell's '. C') i.\ii i, ., 2 vols.
-Nov.2.-dts (tk'j'ui,,i ,g, 4 vols.
S:-, .... -- (1) Surgeri, abrid.'e.d
THE COPPER E)D BRIG' IIEV.I,, Buchmanu's Domnestic .Medicine
RHITllTh'i 114 1.'.i TON', medical Repositoly, by Mitchell and'1.-MIller.
Lying 'a Al],,it,': ah..rl I, ,i -'ic at'thie M ,' r..'.. M;teria Medic .
S.Cffee House oi Thlroj-i ii,e 2i'st inst at12 Lull',-;, M.,tcri: 'M.ilir:,
0 4'. lock, -- P re't .l l'n
Thie ine,> .nirr,.nl, i sii i1ii Burn's ".M ihiv ii nuI.tes by Dr. Chapman
.:'I-G 3 '. 1..\' Accum's C(h.t ni>,'l
N`W.'7I.I.A OLIVaR, Master; Bell on Wounds
.-w u'.t arrived fror.) Jamaica, she was oHlle oii Ulcers ,
b ll. irthei*9t niaterials at Philadelphia, as up- Jos01son on Cancer
p.' sbk Ihc~' i .t.r-cjisicr,' dated 111th .,,I.,t Munu'oe's Anatomi '
131fi, c-.p|.rd tlu iint -",ter mark, 12 months Tlthotpson's Cneniistr .
ao, C.'ai I c., *it r, ,'i.:r1i- lw in excellent ,ell's Engraving's of the Arterles
--r'der. : 1)o 0do Bones and Muscles
iC s.,-a. .. ,r,1 -, athatto vessel oflie' dirTien- ,, do Nerves
s;,,.m tsln1,ruin sF,,' ii- ,pot contaisisuperior pro- MlIii'.\' ( hln n iitrI
pe'rits., in ailllion tlo ihertoe aiig a ifu'rt ,tA.4rts AL-irnetlh'. S.iirr'-c.,Il O'. -. rs.,
s.,.. c.r,,',1 liJ'.10 1tis alid is amriost'6xcellent sea C i, ".iM.., -dS ,,i .l : .;1i.hl Journal'
"boat-The latter is sufficiently proved by her Londoni Medical lt-iew
having in her' ite .voyag'ee .n'.:.,iiti.r-.l a succas- Piake's Chemical Catechism
.4., .-.f ut-rilninlo.u 'ie 1,m, i t rec.-iiti, ii t Lewis's New Dispensary ,
.Iatal'leistr i.r:,utv lidr 'i.e i.'rler.'e? l , Quaiiicy's Aimerica;li Mi(ical Lexicon '
ces, she is singularly well calculated for the trade N, F i.c'-i.i..,l Dispensary
to i''rauuce. L '. P,-l., 's Ci.,:nc .l Catechiin
Terms, approved endorsed notes at' 4 and 6 Dev:,idt's Rurirery, new edition
n. il's. 't t TI,, I. El. n..i i's of Chen'iistry
-'IA lfntnmnolln-? Sl. M nses, B r Parke's Rudiments of Cilnmistiy "
Ol 0 I ~Bn OSS lair's Grammar ofChelmistry
SAUCTIONEERS. ,r..i,'s NI, .li ,1 .1lui.itl
SNv 1-.lfs 'Darwin's Botanic Gaiden
By Jo nl -T II11ntIes. Brown's Eletiefits of Medicine
O. ..... -..' 'I.. "Lt Conversation on Chemistry
On T a. tt, I' ,,t.. at I .'clock, at Fyfe's Anatomy
"- te~e '.~MCi. tH. Chsldeit's Anatomy "
t-3 .The coppered Pilot Boat Pocket Conspectus
S BRIG JULIA, Underwood on Diseases of Children, &c. &c.
t .In excellent order to' receive a Assne on the Plague ,
'Mo--n cargo, is r,,-pier f s in-d and'a re- Accm's Esay on'Minerals
l]i., kUbk l.,.t sailer, hurt i-rn 13 ton-,s Invento- Brevitt's Medical Repository
ry il-r' comisplti.,m iv beseen atthe Coffee house, Burn's Obstetrical Works 'n
tI at ithrc old c6,t ;ic.'it. .ti.,rc. Terms approved Burns on Abortioni
indorsed paper at 4, 6 and 8 months. Hooper's Medical Dictionary
p JOSHUA LIP PLVCOTT, 'ardinter on the Gout
S'" "Cosmmission Merchant. HLys on Colds .
N :14-s 'London Dissector .
ov. 14- s Nisbet on Diet.
CulltlioU. Nurse's Guide
STOLEN LAST NIGHT AT Parkinison's ( Lcm'i. P,-l.:iet I. jk
,TLE N Ab I G T tA Cutbush on Vacit;I,, rnci'ic,tii.>i,"
J 'TIE iM t..'l'l'. Ricketson in Hic.,ilth
POCK ET BOOK, Towns nd'p Physician's Vade Mecum
CON'I \lk\NGtl,,r, d,rihU :.-- i'iibnk,,;-ns,ndJ Hooper's do do do
a pror-in.r no.e drav' bv Farraid, Hopkin Soith's Physician's Pocket Library
Zi..zin-t aa id .., in tour' of W. P. Fairand, Town atid Country's Friend and Plhysician
uni IF n months after date, for500 dol- .Timbrel on Ruptures
or ,- Schofield onil Cow Pock
Whoe,-i ,1ill r.-turn lthi note .,i Mr Hopkins, Saunders 0o the Liver
orner ".i iteiir .t 1 h..itl ,,.ce':, ny retain Struve oiln Suapended Amimation'
the othir csmii1 it l ,.t ,.-Beu.,. oes- "lBeu l "oes o c "Phu 4
., n erul ,f U- it. eisstoppd, and if any at- -Ciulpepei'es Eailish .Phmsiciat .
np. Jei to p theno t iculationhe noe into iultion, the Alibert on ntermittet
mubll .. ,q e tu.l totp it. Advice to Motlrst -
N- ,-uit "' .' .Bell on the Hydracele
- -- "/ : .. Coxe on Vaccination .;- '
VALLE STAND Currie's Medical Reports on Water
ST IRD. Caldwell's Medical and Physical Memoirs
Si-iR .S REE 103-- ,lle}'a Surgery
DorSev I l Estate Sll- .t Dobson otD Ait o o '
S. ON ..\ L N h ,'l), ) Mosely on Sugar
,h b. O N \\ LD N '_>).\V, .4"i. ":.:,, <..,. ,,,,.i,,
rTle '.'li inst. Noveniber, at four o'clock, at 'the N.:ii ,....t- I.. l i'..cii'si of Cl.emaistry
premises. (weather p-iln,itii -'l othl. r.iise .i ]I i ,1 ,1 \'. .
tie M.. 11 oh i O 1 -.I.- -- etiLng mij3lluhiti, Parkinson's Medical Admonitiostl
26it, .-: .: altUlist 6 .,,' ,'k Robert on Caltharidtl s ,a
'U\ '.d. .J.,laie ui il., "'urid i."i lim bi.d. Snellie's A1natonical Tables '
ngs "leron crr-t, cuisti "- ili'"e t.,i Trotter on thie Nervous Temperamentt
irick l.oti.e. a Lto 1ur, I'.n .., s sli,- i.i Ir-i.o On the Scurvey
rid tloi -il k Ic.-. Sitliate at the north east ----- Medicina Nauttica
corer o, I .... i s,,,I ,w-r (Brewers Alley) aind Willich's Lectules I '(n etictand Regimnc
I tiid" ].:l.--, i.- .jt ,iiereofis 16 lset 8 inches Turnbull's M14dicina Nautica .
"roi t "i 1'ii,.- -I' o-' ,,ad 71) feet ionit iol, said Willan on Ciluineous' 'iseasa
I .,,rld .. ; I-c, .,! I itimbr:ince. W, walker's' Memoirs of Medicine
In ylu s.i..ihru l.ti: sill of Philip Varnier, dc- Oct 1--d3t -

Mary Varner, TO DIS I ILLir.RlS.

S or A st'IBRuo'R 01 .uSLi I'.
S. "lI- iC.* JUS' ret sl...,, "ahout '3jr'.1 lbs.
Nov 11-.dt And will :r.ld Mias.imuale by rthL s.,;ie bale
S or more. .-\ii.l. to
I." E ta 0 .... Joseph Lehman.
Di)ursey's eil -Estate Sales. ...:No. 222 Market'liear Seventh-street.
i(' .'-. :..-, 14.givr..) Likewase'eceived, fcir the fa1cahantasfim ,ionldoni,
)l 1n; .:it Ce T.l ''l'..i, tii. 19th inst. at the A' TN IN OICE OF
.1 Fi I l i at1p.,,-t o'clock. FRESH DR UGS c
T1 ,, 0 V .. :s,, i., lts ,, g..-..u d'... r,f which h situ. .
t, in tie w.'I .. ,le ,,".:':,.i, IilI ,ti., between Amongst which are--Angelica Roots, Gentistn
icii,,' jk:l l'r..n- .in.Ji i -..ond.streets, havitig front &c. -
'U frl...,ltl ,, pitl 90 to. Loyds strect-the "Ad a quantity Of E ,
.1I.1 IL t re th.:i-c,,f thing front on a 40 fet PINK OR ROUGE SAUCERS,
'r-'.i, :nit ,n, ..,lsi L.,i,. s-street-40 feet by 120- For .Dying Silks, Gauizes, Catibrics, Cottons,'
'iar ol'tciuntu.nite-' lerms i't slde. Artificial. 1Flowers, weatherss and Paper, &c. &c.
J. lD r v aitc'i I ofa most beautiful Pink, ftin a pale lue to a deep
D 1.esI- atn f' r. rose, of an extraordinary brilliancy Apply ias
N.ti ts ahm ov S 17-d1. t.

Doctoi; )Y OTT,
His Medical Dispensary, and
Famil Medicille

From No. 116, Noith ',ecliil .trcet, to
No. 137, ii Eit corner fof IRace and Second streets;
t \ HE.RE as visual, he counties his'practiceois
the v-arious stages of a certain disease.
Persons requiring the aidof )Dr. Dvott, are re-
quested not to feel tenacious in applying to hlini,
as thle mlist strict secrecy, atteintion't andl satisfaic-
Stion will be Abjects,uf' his particular,. care and en-
deavors. .
Appropriate accommodations are now filrnish-.
ed for separate copsultatlions, whctre patients will
Receive attendance, from an early hour in the
mnmornitgtill ten o'clock in the eveniili.
N B. Advice given gratis as usual, and all
Letters from U, i.oiiulitry post paid puncttiUll' at-
tended to. Au"g 27--tf
Patept Worm Tea.
TH1IS is one of the most valuable and safe-
Medicines ever invented .tsr the destruction of
Voimns in the Ihiiiuint Bodyand most p:arti-ild.,'.
l.- adLuated 'iar f'il lhr., ..t iclhl conplaiit
.'thousands sina.hlVll ,11 ..- r.',.e -It b'inmg so
well established that. no et cii.cateor enoiemunms
are npcessars" to recommend it, growvu po.sons a4,
\vell a chhld'-cn, lhard'bcn e'qiially bentfited bW
Sdie use of 'this v-alhable'miedecine. Sliouldd tlere
"be no worms it way' be usedA with the greatest
safety, at the comnmeficementof all Feivers when
there is the 'slighlaet probability of vorms bel ig
the cause, heiig a ptu.ative medicine -rnl itio-
gether a composition ofvegetables, aind simple.
No partictdar 'precatitions are necessary, more
than when taking any other simple purgative me-
0 (iY The demand having become so great from
all parts of thie country, that several, ptcrs-,i iai.n t-
been induced to preparetsome similar medicine.-
The public will please to observe, that the pi'o.
priietor deadms ,it his dly to infotbrn',eimi, thlt
Scadi packet of the Genuine Worm Teas, is: put
up with plain'printed Directions, and scaled with
..a Red Seal, with the initials J. L.. at 25 cents
per packet, and. sold Wholesale and I.ttail by
'hle Subscriber, at his hrug and Medicai Ware-
house, No. 222, '.arket,'near Seventh street Ph'ila-
delphia. ,O I I
.t Joseph Lehman.
Febrtnrv 22-dtf .
Genuine Family Medicines.
1'{li :de ,i :tbr.I >d iH tilci cut i.. ii i- iit l ,e .-.
ut t \,ldcl, lhi. hltnnn L.,,],1.,
Pt.t pgiril otl\ '.\' lie n,'ic it ,],rinto
T. W. Dyott, M.D.
Grandson of the'late' celbrated Dr. Robertson, of
Sold i,'l,:.; &he .iii Itat.,, .in Philadelphia on-
1I .it Ills t.,n.;l Mc.di.:in.- \M-Ie- house, No. 137
N l.,-th '.,-t silt'r ol aiind Noirth Second
streets. ,
S I' ic ile DuIJI.'ir uasd hfi\ Cent.,
Is' CoI.fclulll\ i 'Ctihile lit's ll, .i,'b ti llh it effica-,
cious oiediciine, for the speedy relief' and cure of
all nervous cnl,cail ..-, attendedd with, inward
weakness, ih prvesiioni r the spiritss' ieadachte,
tremor, fitness, hysteric fits, debility, seminal
weakness, gleets, andvyarious comnipilains resulting
from secret impropriety ofy'outhand dissipated
habits,;warm climates, the inimode-
rate use oftea,.the unskillftul or excessive ,use of
mercury, so often destt;uctive to tihehman frame,
diseases peculiar to females at a certain period off
libe, Fluor Albus, b.u'ronness, &c. &c.
S I '. ,t tir L ,lel,,iriti ,As ,ftil -1. slit It,.tl S d-,r o s-
ari 1 i nClllh 10 1 .-. i'r.ll dis.,, i-'t.h6 it0 l ll..1 1.-
r,,,- 1 ,ilu aJ.i tl': Y \ 1 ti.1., that avolume wotld
hardly suffice to complete a description of them.
It pervades, with its balefill influence the whole
. nervous system,-writhing, the heart with inexpres-
sible anguish, and exciting the most dreadful sug.
,.r. tr.r' -..f hourro, and despair. To, this demono
have thousands fidlein t sacrifice, in the direful
transports of its rage;.
The most commoitl symptoms of its commence-
nient, are ',. ...ii-., -flatulence, palpitations,
watchfulness, drowsiness'alter eating, timidity,
flashel of heat and colid, niimhness, cramp, gid-
diness, pains in the head, back, and loins, hickup,
difficulty of respiration and deglutition, anxiety,
dry cough, &c.. -

T Pr'RT T When in Philadelphia last, I called on thee
sTM' T and purchased two bottles of Dr. Robertson's
The following is a copy of letter received from Stomachic Elixir of Health, which thee recoim-
Mr. James Williamnoon. mended me to take for a cough and oppression ont
Middletown, Jiln. 27, 1811. the breast-1 have silice used the medicine agree-
DEAR Sin-lt will not, 1 presume -be consid.- ably to dathy directions :and have fund it pltrticu-
ered amiss, when any wise' act;,, cuI.geniM to. larly :serviceable in removing my coinplaint-I
wards performingma duty in l ..I l i afflicted, think it wisdom for persons affllicted with similar
particularly at the, period when I conceive it in complaints to give the Elixir a trial. Please let
my power,.to render .a consolation to the weary thle bearer have two bottles more for a neighbor
victim ofdiscase.,: "What subject can we point out of mine.
more interesting and beneficial to mankil'l, than Obliging thine, &c.
thatt of a medicine endowed with all the excellent ,. 1VIILIA M WA,,NER.
and happy vi, t.e'S, c.icilated to relieve and res- '. 1t: D)yolt, 'AL'D. 1.

. Pl-,J 5 LiL V

Take notice, that each and :all the ~ohae genm'e
.-A'dicines atre si;wed on the outside covers with 0s.
s8gnattire of the soleprop-tielor,
T. W. Dyott, M. ).
(:' Persons desirous ofconaultingDr. Do'rrT
may, by applying as above, obtain his ad.vie gra-
Letters froni the country (post paid) wilt hi
punctually attended to.
JuIte 17-idtt

The following is a copy qf a Letter from William
iWarner, a AMember oj' the Friend's Society.
Somerset, 1st ,o. 16th, 1811.

cci. (tli',r tin lladies ; In't:rci natrtie, cruel and
af flitive or who can we apply to, with w'ore plea-
suire and satisfaction with regard o.. information
respcetigthele bhippy eflects'and true ficacy of a
inediciiie, than those who have adtlninistered the
*same, under thle distressing attlictions of diseases
Indefatigable trial. and experience, indisputably
will be admitted, are the only means by whiich we
can discover successfully,the" true and .efficacious
effectsofanyriincd;rl;, in eS,-- f' r i.chi, itmay
be prescribed : nffirc ito s,, ihu :,rgvument
-avails nothing ''i pi't .,I nppos,..i, t, n.eiaiine,
%li en itknwI d ;,e rf t i p,'. i -r ,ii 'l iccy, hlias 1+1 I Ihr4vu 6n, dh ..,,lf -,m- ,|. ....iel. ,
Under this cl-,::- ml, r.--i..,.- I ,' hI lil;erty
to represent my c ase .t il 'I I'..... -n ,r state of
debility, and laboring under the aflltctions of ner-
vous'disorders, as well. as state 'the important effi-
cacy derived from Dr. Robertson's Celebrated
Vegetable Nervous Cordial or Nature's Grand
Restorative. Having, at the age of twenty yea'sa
like many other unfortunate young,men, sought
every manner of dissipation calculated to ruin my
constitution, and by a vile practice of self abuse,
I sunk beneath the blurthen of disease. Many
months had not elapsed before I became reduced
to a nmere skeleton, my blood scarcely circulating-
through the veins, fell shot of animating warmth,
languor, tremor, pants in my back and limbs,
attended with all the horrors of a Nervous coin-
plaint, seized my. frame and seemed to challenge
the invading power- of medical skill; extolled
prescriptions by numbers were administered for,
my relief without either giving the Physician sa-
tisfaction, or myself benefit: unable to walkabout
the house,' I was under the necessity of keeping
my bed for nearly nine mhpnthls, during which
time I had taken a great deal of medicine without
any satisfaction,' yet I was disposed to'take any
thing recommended for my relief /
During my illness a friend 'of mine observed to
me that lie had seen an advertisement in one of
the Philadelphia' newspapers, setting forth the
wonderful efficacious power of a medicine in all
cases of' debilitv and nervous disorders, called
Dr. Robertson's Celebrated Vegetable Nervous
Cordial, or Nature's Crand Restorative, and inti-
mated his wish thatt I would give it a trial, to
which Ireadily consented and accordingly sent for
six bottles, which I continued to take for three
weeks-the benefit derived from this medicine,
was, that I could set up and walk about the house
This gave me great satisfaction, as I found it
was the only medicine that ever gave me singular
relief. I sent for six bottles more,, which I used
similar to the first-the animatiniig glow and
warmth which this excellent medicine diffused
th'woghout tly whole frame, htad tlle desired ef-
fect in causing the languor, tremor and pain to
subside, I became strengthened and ,:i.i~ i,,.,
flesh amazing fast, and by thde time I tAk, ,n
the last bottle, I found Imyself cheerful and effec-
tually restored, and 1 have since every reason to
believe that' Dr. Robertson's Vegetable Nervous
Cordial alone, has been die only means of my re-
covery. What appears to substantiate my asser-
tion and evidently speaks for the efficacy of the
Nervous Cordial is, that cve'y other medicine
which I had previously taken failed in rendering
me any rctlief whatever. ,
Jabnes Williamison.
DR. T; \V. -nOTT,
Philadelphia. ..

Si I F il I
I Pr ,c- l j c.i.,
One ofthe most( tIric ,iii M N irer, eier of-
f-redto the0public, for the speldy relcif and dute
"t: obstinate moughs, colds, consiunptions, .tlie
whooping coughd, asthma, 'pai s' and wind in their
stomach, removing habitual costivoeness, sick-
ness at the stomach, dysenteries, cholera itorbup,
sver'e giipings, tie-' sunutner bowel complaint in
children, &c. &c.
crtH 11 ICtArt
Of the Reverend Doctor Jo a as, Pastor of the-
Baptist Church, aiid late Chaplain to General
1 'ayne. '
C'Kster Coaing, ,July 21, 1809.
Sta-You may be surprised at y)iv delay in
giving a certificate of the gre.,t eiffi'-, of DPr.
Robertson's Stomachic EI;x ir ,I II..ilr' The
chief reeson-of the-delay portunity of its -eir'cy: I'1 will state. imy ownl
case: in April l\'7, 1 -'as seized with a 'violent
ilnfluenza, which baffled 'all. medicines I could
think of, I bled largely, buid found no relief; at
last I purcliased a bottle of the Elixir--it relieved
me yvery.mucli, and another bottle completely cut-
ed me. 1 then recommended it to others troubled
W ili r.iiLnI, '. ,i, I do hot reinlapber one,instiance
iu 'lnit ,. li i'.led. I think it mydutyvto re-
conunend it-.., it: c.u'. S of the United States,
as the best medicine thlit ever came under my no-
,tce.' "
Dr. T. W. Dyott, Philadelphia..
Extract of a Letter fron- the Reverend Williatn
SAyers, late Rector of St. George's Parish, Ac-
c cbmac, Virginia. .
Philade!phia, January 3, 1811..
DAR SIN-Since n)y letter to you ill August
1809, wherein I stated' the great benefit I had re-
ceived fi'om Dr Robertson's Vegetable Nervous
Cordial, or Natutire's Grand. Ifetorative in a nerv-
ous complaint, which I had been afllicted with for
manyyears.. ". : .V
SI have ni' thlle pl.k: ..-e to acquaint you of tlhe
astdnishlinm. cure U.t i 'r Robertson's Stomachic,
Elixir of l:.Ith AI ., pcriuine.d onme, in a case
which Was as fobllows- .
About three months ago I caught a violent cold
and cod'h, which I conceived was settled on my
lungs;, as I breathed with difficulty, and had a
constant pain across my breast and in my head-
My appetite was bad, and I-becume b a'very
wealck stat-a numrlber of remedies were recom-
mended to mne, which I tried without effect, and
had, ju a great measure, given up all hopes of
tte r iingr' ilutor,.d ii.) i, usual he:dth-Iscntfor
a btil' of Dlr RRbh it i.,'s Stomachic Elixir of
Health, which, after having talken the first dose,
I found immediate relief, and by continuing to
take two bottles, my disorder was entirely re-
moved: I became in a short time strengthened
and invigorated, and ant .now restored to a happy
state of he th, trough the efficacy of your in-
valuable medicines.
I particularly request voun will make known my
case as public as possible, in order that the af
flicted may not be discouraged from making 'trial
of your truly eflicacious .medicine whereby they
mayreceive the same benefit and obtain their re-
covery tis I have done.
Any person wishirlg to be more fully convinced
of my case, and tse benefit I Ihave received from
your m'edicite, I will with pleasure give them
every satisfitetion, by applying to me at No. 112,
North Fifth street, Philadelph)lia.
~n n ," Ti,,,,f '

t u 1 I Ii tt

(Price t, d.'lara.) .
A safe and effectual'c uref lir the gout, rheumna-
tism, lumbago, stone and gravel, swellings and'
weakness of the joints, sprains, ;bruises, and all
kinds of green wountmds-the cramp, pains in the
head, face and body, ,stiffness of the neck, chil.
bans, frozen limbs, &c.

TIT fi-,," i,,.n Certificate' is published by the
.particular request of .Jacohb. I ".iiil, Esq. Inspec-
tor of Arms for the U. State. --
Philadelphia, Janwary 16, 1811.
SIR-It was my intention to have more early '
communicated publicly the beneficial effects of Dr.
Robertson's celebrated .Gout and Rheumatic
Drops, but hin consequence of'my wish to be more
fully convinced of their efficacy, by g ;lg them
trial in -. .. b l,,i e c'-.( I., i, 1. .riic ulr dc-
gree been the cause of my delay, --
Conviction the result of trial and experience,
now induces meto announce for the benefit of all
persons afflicted wit!, Rheumatic complaints, that
I, Jacob Shough, was for upwards of five years,
prievumisly rflirt,.1 -ith ., ;,,ilet HRlI,.,i ,'t- i In
m3 b:, k, .ai r .ouAd k l ., ,. l h'.,il.,-i ..W. -r me-
L "I hn d, ....n ,, i 1 ,, ,, .1 .r ile -l- n his
lifel,'.-,. m l [:a; 'iil i,t i, n i .,:l ii,| near-',
ly disheartened, particularly, from tle opinion I
got front professional nr,.'i,. i not in the-
ppwer of any medicine to 'ure me-however I had
some hopes left, I, ,o pr,.b',bl% ,ifit was notin the'
power of any medicine to cure Ime, J would at all
events give trial to the neit ecommonded, to me.
I was.informed of Dr. Robertson's Gout and-
Rheumati0 drops, having performed numerous
cures, and advised to try their effects, I sent foi
onie bottle, and'used it-according to the directt-
ons, rubbing well the painful parts.-ofmy back,
arms and legs, frmn the first application of these"
drops, 1 found very.great relief, which caused anre
agreeable surprise, because I had. ii great mea-
sure, given over all hopes of ever being riestrored
to my former state of health. I continued using'
these diops for three days after, which to ra
great astonishment, sficceeded infremoving my
whole complaint; but the efficacy of tliese drops
did not end here altogether. o
For in about two months after I was cured of
my Rheumatic complaint, having occasion to I(
down stairs, I unluckily slipt and fell from the '
top to bottom. I laid for a considerable time life-
less, and by my unfortunate fail,.had my back and
thigh dangerously sprained and bruised:-with the
assistance of my wife, I m-de shift to get to my
bed, but no sooner had I' got. there than I was
seized with the 'nmis.' fr it, h .Li,g p,-.- in m% back',
and thigh. I thought immediately on Dr. lobert-
son's celebrated Gouit and Rheumatfi drops, as
they had but two mouths before cured me of'the
most distressing Rhleumatic pins, that ever a ma
was afflicted with. I sent for a bottle of the drops
which mty wife applied t tthe bruised painful
parts. They had their usual hapjpy effect in re-
moving entirely the violent pain and swelling. I
continued to Use the drops'bira few days longer,,
which I found had the desired effect in curing me
sound as ever I was. '
All persons who read this, my certificate, may
rest assured, that itcontains no more tian tlie
truth, and statement of facts : and shall hLnce-e
forth, as.long as Ilive make known tle important
Iil,. ."ii tl., ..L '.-~ i Rheumatic drops, in my two.
cases, already stated, and I do opinion
that if ever there was a medecihe capable of doing
justice to the afllicted, the above is possessed of'
i ..- : anld i order to satisfythe enquiryof
any person, will with il1sutr,_, 'iVi tllriet any-
'informatinn, relative tn. :,, l.o 'i" I ,1 ine
at No. 181, Noble-street, Philadelphia. -
To Dr. T. W. DYOTt,
:Sole proprietor of Dr. Robertson's
F a m ily rlo li t' ,,
(Price one dollar) ,
Which ,'re cc-kbr.acd for strengthening weak
stomachs, increasing ;die appetite and a certain
preventative and cure r die tt %eIr ahd ague, &c.

A Medicine hliiglily necessary to be kept in all
Families. Price 50 cents.
For the prevention and cure of B1,hous andMa-'
lignaut fevers.
(CPrice 25 cents-large boxes 50 cents)
'. These Pills, if timely administered, will re.
move the'causes which commonly produce the
'Yellow Fever, Bilious Fevers, Ague and. Fever,
Cholic Pains, Flatulencies, Indigestions, Costive-
itess, Hypochondriac aGid Hysteric complaints,
Stranguary, Gravel, Rheumatism and Gout.
They are peoultiarly serviceable iu Female Dis-
orders, and especially in' the removal of those
obstructions which are the great source of their
complaints at certain periods,, they possess this
eminent advantage over' most other purgatives,
that while they operate gently, 'they produce nei-
ther costiveness, debility, nor too great excite-
ment, whenever there 'is a predisposition to a
disease, arising from marsh effluvia, a too copi-
otis use of ardent spirits, or a vitiated state of the
bile tl, arc sure torelieve.
n| atv.e highly recomniended to travellers by
se .iii, as they may be made use Of with.
the utmost safety, without change of-diet or ex. i
ercise. They will be found peculiarly beneficial
in the prevention of disorders incidental to hot
climates, lthy deterge and cleanse viscidLhumors,
open obstructions and promote the secretion of
good bile, operating as an easy catharticas a
powerful diuretic and diaphoretic. '
For pleasantness, safety, expedition, ease and
certainty is infinitely superior to any other medi-
cine, for thie cure of that most disagreeable and
tormenting diorder thle I'rC.
( flfty cents per box.)
(Price two dollars.)
(Price one dollar.)'
Extracted from anl Iberian plant, for curing de,
rects of the skin, and improving the complexion
&c. &c. '
(Price tvwodollars.)
For cleansiig, whitening and preserving thl
Teeth and gums.
(Price 50 cents per box.) '
Since these invaluable medicines were first dit
covered, upwardls of Seven Hundr.ed Thonsmald
Persons have experienced their happy and salut-
ry effects-matny of whom from the lowest stage
of their disorders. .

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