Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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t (i L~tltf1i1 itt-frW' ately after the revocaron of the decrees; but it ap- a enst their country, but none against foreign powers.,
P a g pears from the-docurtients in this department lhat th't ley wer'i not disfiranchisedi -by the act. 'They were etit.
-r-- me.... at,... was not the case; on the contrary, that our commerce ; riled to'the f rotection of heir government, and it had
NO 1 ICE. .' [twnitcaU ACCOMN'ANIRn6 TnT PPaEsInENT's MESsAGE, has been subjected to .he grfeae.t discouragement,, or. right to inflict on then the petialty which their con-
'"-HE Copartnership in business. heretofore existing oF MAY. 26, 1812. rather to the most optpiteeii restraints; that .ho ves-. 'lucthad exposed them to. Th- government of Franewi
Jl under the firen of BARRETT 4 SHATTUCK,Silk sets which carried coffee, sugar, &c..though s6ailig. di conil withdraw thetm from' neither 'of these claims.
.)yers,was dissolved ont the 19th day of December last. CORRESPONDENCE. rectly fromnthe U. S. to aTFench pori, were held in e ,sThe absenteeof none oflhese vessels vas a proof that
All iersoils having demands against said firm are desired i r. MONROE, Secretary of Stats, to JOEL BAR- state of sequestration on th principle that the t'r.ae they were trading on British account.. ahe cargoes
to exhibit them for settlement, and all those indebted LOW, Estq was prohibited, and that the importlaton:of those arts-. which they carried iith'thelt, the value of which was
thereto, to ryake immediate payment to WILLIAM BAR- was not only unlawful, but cm4nimial ; that even tile much eifhanced by the embargo, were alone an ample.
rer, Surviaisg PFrltner. n iDepastet f Ste, J 2G, n*1812. vessels which carried the u.-, t is!ionl.lr ,p-odticriohs t capital to trade oni. As the pre ext under which these
W ILLIAM BARRETT, 181 of the U.-S. were exposed to great and exponsiv.e de- vesels were taken, is to -justification of the act, you
r' ENDERS his th-inks to his friends and the public, TT is he desire of the President that you should set lays, to tesiots investigations r.Pinusual forms, and. to will glainan inderanity to our citizens for every spe-
I exhrbiant dhtties. In short,tinvt lhe.ordinary usages cite ofinnuryer singi from it -" ta's u s
,for the favors received by the late firm,and- repetfu- ot, wither delay, for Parii, to commence the du- ex orbitant dti tis. I short,dvt the.ordinabry usages cise of injury arising fm it. njustble
y licits a.continuance for himself-As he continues tes f the office of minister plenipotentiary t the f commerce be teenn friendly ionse decre abandoned. Theag Rambion o the righees aof th l more United just, and ible-
to dye nud finish in the best mannet-Broadcdoths, Emperor of Frrance, with which you are invested. When it was anowre ed that te dcreeso f ake effect aggreon on the rights of the United States, and Iers
asineres, Satins, Luttrings. Crapes, Plush Silk and frigate, prepared for your accommodation, will receive and fian were revoked, the rt. nation o take ffecur mr- v dasion f the property of their d Marchitizens It bears
Cotton Velvets, worsted Cords, Camel's Hair, silk and you at A uapolis," and convey-you to the most con- on the first November iaste i Lt t.~ sir for our, mtr- dateone thc 2id March,1810, and made ach sweep of all
....i eh-..n, Hoir., Glove Ribbor &c Atse- ven t port in that country. I enclose you a com- t oamt t to which the.y ake adval- Amertcts property wssh-.s the reach of French povr
ottnShaw's,HosieryC ovesRb ,c. &L A "n tht 'country. I enclose you a com- rag of a miret to which theCy hioght they were ih- er. It was al,o retrospective, extending back to the
ladies and gentlemed's Garments of every description, mission and letter of credence, with- such other docu- A restraint therefore, havt been un- 2o e ay, 09 ylitis decree every ninbcan ves-
ense '. tash. g.sz 'urnttures. cleanse Carpets, bed ets- s are necessary to illustrate the subjects on 'vbted. All these restraintsts therefore, hae been un- 20th May, 1809. tytthis decree every tmerican yes-
nla ...ts, &.. which you will ha'a;e to actt. just in regard to ,the parties whto su.Tffered by t Iltein ; sel and cargo, even those which had been delivered up
elanklets,-Cotattly an han a his Dye-Hosen With he ordinary duties of the ( i ou a e to ner can they be reconciled 't6 .the respect which Was. to ith owners, bly compronitsewith the captors, were
,eo'-- .well acqun .ie. -r e...e c nre you ahm due'to this Government. If ..,,:-. had wishes to ex- seized and sold. The le of March lst, 1809, com-
4 e, and tore..od L." b-anoler-street, Bostoi .m o au qure comment onthmya cude the American commerce from. he ports, she moniy called the non-in eoure law, was he pretext
,Stpeiriorifine ground uAtd boltedCamnwood ; dr. do this letter. There are, however, someaubjecs of pe. eie shaeA fo .he p overn ornt, sn ex- for hi. measure ih was intended as an act of retx
rdo, do. Lgovood ; rassped Logrvood ";do, Fuitic; ddo cu!iarrimportance wtch will. claim your attention i- ought'to have declares dt to. this Governn1ett, itt e- for tli heastire, thih was intended as an art of re-
g, ad ed, r i'. ge a edily afteryu r n O plicit terms, in which ca.ee due totice, would have prisal. It require no reasoning to 4hovw the injustice
X caragaa ad Redwood,-- hs e On hese it is proper ben given of5 it tp the Arnerican merchants, %who of this pretension. Our law regulated Ithe trade of the
..sor nt of Dy.e.-Stuff, a;it the soxWst ,asls p"rces.-His' that you should know distinctly the sentments of the boid qet af he aod osera porto erseh at United tates with onher powers, particularly with
Agents for receiving Gdsare the sae as Ieretofore, Predent would either h1-ee avoided her port, or gode theeat United States with other powers, particularly with
it tAfor receugGs The U.States have claims f e whih it is their own hazard. But to suffer them tp enter her France and Grcat-Rritain, and was such ajaw as e-ery
tei, Providence-.; T Du..,a io. Esq. New-Tark ; & pected that her government r' satisfy to their full powers underr such circumstances, n and to daireasthe nation hale n ce right to ad it towas dulyher powersgated,
1.aw.v.on W. Law-'ros, Nei wpart. Military Hair for sale. extent and without delay. 'hese are founded partly therener any pretext whatever, ennot be justified. and reasonable notice given of it to Other powers., it
N. B.-Goods-received at his Dye-h-luose in Malden, on the late arrangement, by which the.non-importa- It is not known to what extent the injuries resuitihg fwa also impartial as related to the belligerents.
n t t et on onla from these delays have been carried. I, is evident, The condemnation of such vessels of France or rn. i-,
and ore No22 5, against rHaover-ireet, and partly on j to their however, that for every injurythus sustained,the par- as came into the ports of the United States it; breath.
commerce, committed on the high seas and in French ties are entitled to reparationi. of this law, was strictly proper, and could afford nor
N O'1ICE. portsf the ports of Fr -nce and her allies are not opened cause of complaint to ether power. The seizure of
HE Copartnership between the Suscribers, in the To form a just estimate of the ,a;ims of ite first to the commerce of the United S.ates, on a liberal scale so vast a property as w& laid. hold of under that pre-
Business of Brokerage, under the firm of BEL- class, it is necessary to examine minutely their nature andon fair condition, ofwhat avail to them, it may text, by the French government,places the transaction
LOWS k COCHRAN, is this day dissolved by mutual and'extent. The present is a proper lime to make this be asked, will be the.revocation of the Briish Orders it. a very fair light. If atn indemnity had been sought
consent. All persons indebted to the said Partnerslip, examination and to preps a compliance with the. ar- in Council ? In cor.tend,ng for tie revocation of those for on i-nputed injury, tie measure of the injury should
afe requested to make payment to WM. CocuRAN,who rangemenr,in every circumstance, on its just principles, orders, so far as it was an object interest, the United have been ascertained, and the indemnity propoitlion-,
is authorized to receive the same ; and all persons hav- on the government of .France.. The President, cont- t fair and in view a trade wth the continent. It was ed to it. Bt. in this case ne injury had been snutained
inig demands against the said partnership, are requested scions 4hlat the U. States have performed every act that whiler anad gitimage object and worth coitendmg for, otn prin,cple. A tlg loss ony had eep incurredty which
to exhibit the same.ro the said C6oc(HAN for settleni.en. was stipulated on their part with the most perfect while Fnce encouraged it. But if she mus her poets andfr.that loss all the Amercan property which
Exhibit the s t SEPH BELLOWS, Ju. good faith, expects a like performance on the pat onourcommerce,n o me or burdens it with heavy duties, oud be found waseid,involving in indiscriminate
tn, ay EP BELLOWS, JuCHAN. good faith, expects alike performance on the part of that motive is at an end. ruin innocent merchants who had entered the ports.of
BostonaWILLIAM COCHRAN. FrnceHe considers it particularly incumbent on That France has a right ia impose Attch restraints is d. d-Frirncein the fair course of trade. It is proper that
^- WILLIAM ICOCHRAN, continues to hi a to re11 t such exp a ll do nation froh mer governmen mittd; but she ought tobeaware of the consequences you should ake it distinctly known to the French gov-
transact the Business of Broker, at No. 15, Stale-St. it in future, on thisand every other question depend- be wexpch they necessary o fo leoud The leasucht hateri to ermaent, ta a claim to a uish reparation for the spo-
Wanted-a few Shares in the Massachusetts and Bos- -ing between the two nations. be expected to follow, would be such countervailp liations cannot be relinqushed and that a delay in
ton B1aaks. may 30 By the act of May 1st, 1810, it was declared, that restrictions on the French commerce ls must destroy making it will produce very high diagtisfaction wih
SW N TCEtT 'in case Grent-/.ritahi or France should, before the 3d th'e value of the intercoursebetween the two countries the government and people of thso.e Sates. -
IN5OTICEL. day ofvMarch, 1811, s o revoke or uld, fhredict and leave to the United.States no motive of interest to It has been intimated that the French government
A LL persons having demands against the Subscrib- t hou sorevoke or modify her edictsas maintain theiii r t to that intercourse, bvya sacrifice would be willing to .makk this reparatio,provided
LL ersns having demands agnst the Subscrib- That they should cease to violate the neutral commerce of any oer bra ofthercom erce qae m- the Uited States would makeone return for the
er,; willforwa.rd their bills to Wm. TuaasTo of the U. States, which fact the President should de- of any other brasic i oftheir commerce; adcquae mo- the Unried States would make, oe in return for, the
Esq. Attorney at Law, BILLLINGS OTIS. clare by proclamation, and if the other nation should tives to nrch a sacrifice could only be found in ceansid- vessels and property condemned under, and in breach
Say. not, within three montsthereaer, revoke or modify rations distinct from any reasonable pretensions on qf our non-intercourse law. ,Although the prop.ositritn
niayt, b within three monthsthereafter, revoke er
it edicts in like manner, then te 6 7, the part of France. was objectionable, in many views, yet this government
NEPOASEf H(-Ef L, and "'ihesections i skm ae ,tentileSd An7 act o in- To the. admission of every article, the produce of -consented ,o it, to save so great a mass of the property
At IVhite-Oa Grove. terdict th'tcommercial intercourse between the United tie United States no objection is anticipa-ed;. u r of oiuroiutiens. An, istrction for lhis purpose Was
A BRAHAM PIERCE tenders hi;.s thanks to the nu- States and Great-Britain and Prance," &c. should, front dothere appear to be ust cause for any th ad- given to yor predecessor, which you are authored
.L. neroaisand respectable visitants who have favor- and after the expiration of three months from the da.e insion of colonial produce; A suppljr of thatpr .T- to carryinto effect. .
td lim swiitlih their custom at the Hotel latecytcept by of the proclamation aforesaid, be revived, and have duce will be annually waitd in ratice and in other The inhlence of France has been exerted to the i,-
him at Roxbtiry. At the same time he begs leave to full force andproc effeamact, so far as rel viteo the dominionsd havecountris connected withher, and the United States jury of the United State, mn ll rise cop-which
infortnm the Lilhies and Gentlemn of Boston and. its vi- colonies and dependencies, and to the articles the aless be a urniesth f duringthe arnd ler a will doubt- o ai it power has extended sibly i Hoand. o te ape
cinity, that he his just opened that new spacious, and growth, produce or manufacture of the dominions, co- tess berhe interest of rae an d lher ales, to avail it ha been most sensibly felndt,,n ef ch of these crlnT-
.coimmodious HOTEL at White-Oak Grove, -being six lonies and dependencies of the natil thu reatsingor. themselvesrof the industry of te'. An..r,,-i. .rc,,au-, tri'e "beyvesse, and cargoes of American merchao(
miles only from theCapita; and halsid n a largestore neglecting to"evokle or modify s,- .d.-, in the man- I afurnirsh.tg ,t.ot s. -tcr -'..i the virS of ..sir weree seied and conhfi..d, under various derees4
oflie t ii .he eiwuing~um'-nr, w.sh every cOc,,..-en.e i er ,a people will be .sppi'.i -..r-c.,-. vr-n-eiti eavsed.-- foundue r'a J 1.r1Fa pt'-. .,' .tr.n. of whic4l hasdivea.
iso Lnseran Il.-d .s and Gtentlmen us dayle. He -latttr, This act lying beehltprom-tigatl d and madeknow' -Several of hlit colunte, DeiIn,:.,tJ .n frtce, aigd may the semh ant'e- ni glr to snupp rt ,themm. -A tfhheUoit-I*
lit:..(f that from the local situation of ste place, Its. to the governments of Grent-r-itiast and -France, the aamn belong. to her, G-t'trin-s, b,..~e.eOg to d .-atr ssn.'r itnj itd /,nrrrc, th plea must fal;
roiimity to the capital, thebeaafty-oftherosd leading minister of the latter, by n baring date lO te 5h her own colonethe n.poy of her homes market. an.l i -L 'h..y h-a.J .,vJret l.-,:o oir.-e powers sw a
itdeto., together wththe convenience in warm weath- August, 181, addressed to the minister plenipoten- leases tle vne of theprodupruce of the conquered col- never pretended. 'ou. will L. rfuri.heJ with theAd c-
orof riding from the sun after its meridian, will induce tiary of the U. States at Pars, declared the decrees of ones. France cannot be isdifeore ti to the distresses uments wrhicht related tolihae ar..,. andiyou witl
any to visit 'this beautiful plaoe which Nature hais so Pertin and .,i.'an were revoked, the revocation to take of'her late colonies, nor pught she to taaldon because claim ofthC ta i ,f'. gv'eernmr.n.,a rdi, .nily for thehi,
decorated as to leave nothing for Art to attempt. It effect on the 1st of Novembdr following, but that this she cannot protect them. In pre-i.igrls,- important ..The United States ha .c4so jut cause of coaiplatnt
is3 on the road td.S4iantum, at the distance of a mile measure was adopted in compliance-wiLh the law of Ist object on the Government of. s ..' e. wt iInot escape against Fance, for sawyii.-nuries that were.comttifd
and.4a half. Those who report to this ancient seat ofa- May, 1810, totake advantage of the condition con. your attention, that several important articles in the by persons acting under her authority. Of these the
iitnement, either on land or by water, will find it to taiised in it, and in full confidence that hat condition list f colonial productive are ra.sesin Losstiaa,, and i.-. dt.trge,,,.d, and least justifiable, are tho. exjples
their advantage to contract with Mr. PIERE for every shld be enforced against GreatBrit.in, if she did not wil of course be comprised along those of the United which occurred, of burning.the vessels of ou citmens
thhng nec.:,,ry ito b delivered the split., convenient- e e o s ae Statei. at sea. Thel'ir atrocivt forb-d the imputation of them
thiy and ud arranged. A ew Gentle n B r pler orders cuci, and renounce the YoSt will see the injustice, and endeavor to prevent td the government. o it however the United Slaes
rs.dlso.ma abeaccommdatrranged. This declaration of the Emperor of France was con- the necessity of bringmg u return flat American car- must look for reparation, which oiou will accordingly
N. B.-Sell Fish of aUkinds, s weU as ever other sidered a sufficient ground for the President to act on goes sold n roe, an equal amount in the prodiice cla possible that in this emer ,
kind of Figh known in out waers., will be prdcdred at it was explicit as to its object and equally so as to is or manufactures of that country. No uch obligation -It is possible that in this ehtmeratsot I smay havi-
the shortest ndtie, -is also Turtles whenever they car import. The decrees of Biesi n and Milan, which had is imposed on French st er'hrnts Ifr din g to ire Ustited omited many mijnries of whicit no account has yet
b eiought id the market, drest'in the best manner; violated our neutral rights, wre said to be repealed, States hy eoy ti e bert se g he- cargoe beenrans d this department. You will have
ril29w to take effect at a subsequent day, at no distant period fr cash, and taking back what they lease from this .in your power to acquire a more comprehensive know.
the'nterval apparently intended to allow full time for country in return, nd the right ough o b reciro- ede of them at a, which it is expected you will
te NOTIChe communication othe measure o lhis gover i ent. cal do. and full confidence is repo~sea in your exertions to
"o o thereby givn tht the It is idispensible that the trade be re ; that afl Pobtin of the French government the just measure (.
h gereb giv that thee lusrihers hoave been dufly The declaration, had, too, all the formality which such American citizens engaged in it be placdon the sate radifess.
appointed Admilimstrators, upon the Estiate of a act could admit of b th h th flcial American citizens engaged in it be placed on the aame redress.
intd tratMO rs, BO n the ste of an act cod admit of, being through the official organ fading; and, with this view, that tesystemf carry- .Frarce it is presfimd, has cbaniged hiepoicytowards
AMOS BOND, on b'oh sies-frm the French minmisier of fe ingit on by licnces grantid'by -rei-cha-aents be irins- thv-,n'iteStats-s. Th re-vocation of her decrees is
late of Augusta,in the Cousty of Kennebec, Merchait, affairs, to the emiliaterplenipoteutiary of the U. Sta. es ingmit on n llcdices aut by Preitd'ianc n be sm- the iitd Stat rhe"rean"o of her decrs m
deceased, and have findertaken that trust by, giving at Pari s mediately annulled. Youn must .akeit d,hn,cly I)n- an in. icadion of thait chitiejand soine reentact.s,more
d acete d, and hrave And prtakon that trust be giving i as Paris. .d" .. .......F..c.,n .,.
boras the laidirects. All persons therefore, having in consequence of this note from thie French minis- derstood by the Frenchia Gt,-r-r.,nt' that Ihe Un,--i favorable 0. ,hect,,.me.r,,sI sr t rcoursewith her ports,
deCnds against the Bstaie of said deceased, are desir- ter of foreign affairs, of the 5th August, 1810, te tates cannot submit to .h- c..I,-.n, i ;t tnd to sa.. the evidenceufwhich wtl be tfiud ifl a copy- of a let-
she crifice one part of" he ot!munity to another, and to ter fromi her minister here of strettgthens tti
ed to exhibit the same for settlement, aiad all indebted. President proceeded, on the 2d November following, crfice a corrupt influhe nceotit o,;anter a nd to ter from her minister here of o reay herns the
to said Estatee are requested to rake immediate pay- to issuethe proclamaion, enjoined y the acof May a corrupt influence he agen f foreign prsmpon Etmuch isettoe doe ly her, to
ntent to MARTjFA BOND, r f the dame year, to d elare that all the restric- power inrour tow.,. wln.ich is,. in every view com- satisty the just claims of isli country. To revoke
tos mpod by it should c patible with the p -pl- ur o ernmeat. t blockades of boundless extent in the present ntate of
CHUCH WILLIMS, in relation to Frby t shoulacend hase and be dentcies. Aned, its was presumed that.tli.s is ,i-n ad been i4baandned aier marine, was mni.iting no sacrifice. Shemit inders
,e some time rice, asa h fler front the uli f Ca. 0foi"a n;f us for pas: injuries, add open her ports to our.
N'oT1cB confirmation of tlhe prodIamatiin's of-the President, the som time ar-s te .
NOTfC cofirmaionoftheproc n of of to Mr. RuS51tL, gave asidranep. of it.- commerce on a fair and liberal scale. If she wishes to
S hereby given,,that the Subseriber has been dotly Congress did, on the 2d March, 1811, pass an act ld it, o yo will ito profit of neutral coim erce the ad-
'appointed Adixinistrator to the Estate of NAHU v whereby the non-importation system, provided for by failhto bring theertubj stil witho a dely,befor ithe voca r of neuttal rights ii well by lier practice as her
THAYER, late of Sherburne, in the County of Mid- the 3, 4; 5, 6, 7, 8, 6, 10 and ISth sections of the French Government, and to urge its immediate aban- theory. The United States standing oit their own
diesex, Blacksmith d .ceased, intestate, and has fak act, entitled Ai, act to interdict the commercial) in- donmient The Presidcint having long since expressed ground, will be able to support those rights with ef-
u on himself that trust, by giving bonds, as thelaw di-. ercourfe between the United S(ades And Great-Britaii his strongest disapprobaatin of it-.; ,d rr..,I,. -.d that tect ; and they will eraiertainly fail in no;ing which they
ree All persons having demands pon he Estateof. and dance and teicies,"wasdecto he consuls wot -ni i. it :. pr l.l theyy owe to their character or,inerest.
said deceased, are required to exhibit the same-and all in force against Grvat-Bitam,her colonies anddepende- still disregard h injunciton, lst he may find it neces- The papersxelative to the 7iipei, the Kueri-iee de
persons indebted to the said Estate, are called upon to encies, with a provision in favor of such vessels or taler- sary to revdke thes txrjunatofs J mentiosm this, that Ces-rf and the Frenr h privateer stszet at esi-ria,
upon to scary to revdke their excqtUiato,. J'me&nttiothis, that Cerf and the Frenth privateer iuzed at Aett,-OrleanJ,
make payment to CALVIN SANGER, dui,'r. c.ni tr.es. a h ta rev oe id iedrer editsa w thi yot may be able to --pi ,,n ithd 'tnive to such i mea- will be delivered to yoa. hey will, it ii presumed,
.Shrbiurne, May 2, 1812. the time and in lthe manner required by the said at sure, should it txke place, wlhch, wvithiout siYih explri. enable oiu to satisfy the French govern.tte Of the
.NOTICE. .if such should be the case; smd with a provision also in aion, might probably be viwedsc in a mii ake light by strict propriety of lbe conduct of the- Unt ed States in
W E, the Commisesoners appointed by the Hon.ST- favor af any ships or cargoes owned wholly by citizens this Frenchi Gtoernimint. .. all those occurrences. .
P1esN JoNseS,Esq., Judge of Probate for the Coun- of the U. States, which had cleared oat for tle Care of- It, is- im'orta.it t at th e. e of duties imposed bi The frigate which take you tb France vill prdceeaf
ty of Washingron, to receive and examine the claims of' Gnoe Hogi or for any other port beyooid the same; o commerce, ts every article, should by made es low t.o H rlla i, to eecatite tn otrdte frott thme Secretary eof
the several creditors of the. Etateof (I-HARLES STU- rior to the second day of November, 1810. Both as possible. Ifthey are not, tisey.may produce teef. te Treasiryrelatiee to .hdhaterest diae onr the pubic
A4T, l1te of Eastport, in, said County, Merchant, de- of these provisions were, in strict justice arntd good fect of a p'robhbitios ; they ewyil be l sre to.depress the debt. She will return tO France to lake Mr. RUsseL.
teised,represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that faith, due to the parties to be effected by the law; they atiicle ar.,al stI,.eoaagt ts t .rtsie tir; Ete U, tt i d after d Statedig Thim ail afc iormmed by a
si 1 months from the tientye-first day of April, 1812, were also coriformable to thespirit of thearrangement, ilaim whll be Uncited States the Fraious ief r visit to Bhe United States. Tha o etnrval afforded by ao
areallowed said Creditors to bring in and prove their to exectute which the law was passed. As Great-ritait n luies which their Utith e taens, Stat er decrees of n sfoi'- einunica te fully and frely wis entho enable you er cont
clhims--andihat we shall attend that duty assigned us, did not revoke or modify her edicts, in the manner luressde to he ct*ze der decree of a ubt- runicate fully And-frely with the Freuch government
at the Office of Sherman Lelanid, Esq. in said Eastport,. proposed, the first provision had no effect. quent date to tho-e of Berlii and MJl'at, and yoi will osi all the topics to which it wil'be your duty to in-
on: the first Tuesday of this and the five following I will now inquire whether Franbe hasiperformed l er likewise use your best exertions ti obtain an indemnity vile its attention, under your instructions. A short
toni ths, from 2 to 6 in the afternoon of each day. part of this arrangement. for them. It is presumed, that the French Govern. detention, however, would not he objected to, if you
WM. CONEY, It is understood that ldi blockade of the British Isles icnt will be disposed to do jistfe.e for all thesb inju. deented it important to the interest of the U. States.
as'rt, May 1, 112. ,SHERMAN LELAND. is revoked. The revocatio having been officially dle- ris. In locking tothe future the past ought to be I have the hot to hbe, &c.
r NOTICE --- dared, and no vessel trading tp them having been con- fairly and honorably adjusted.-If that is ndt dose ('Signed) JAS. MONROE,
TS herc-y giventhat thessubscriber hasbeen 'ulviap, demlned, or taken on tlhe hsgh scab that we keow of, it oluch dissatisfactio will remain here, whli!hi csno't .t----
f:abi to produce aoverd enefarorathle effect ott thse rela !r. Mo- t ,. BA O.
lppintedAdminnistratrix isa the estate of CHARLEs ti fair to conclude that the measure msrelinquished. hr tions wticha are tdbstsisiti future letwveen Mtr. tdo
L. D. TUPPER, late of Dresden, in the county of appears too, taatno American ve sel bat been condemn- o ie" Deartenfstafe, Nv 21, 1811.
of .incoln, mariner, deceased; and has taken upon her- edn France for having been visited at seo by an En- Thhe first bf hese latter fecres bIra dare at ayoftne .SFt,-I have the honor to transmit to yo.u a copy of
Self that trust by giving bonds as the law directs. 'Anid gih shp, orfor Iaving been searched or carried int on The rth Marcf thes bylt c martd Ame caa the Pesidents ha eatage to Congref at tt comraece-
Sperso-,havg demand upon the estate of the said t"mor s On the sea, vessels and tiher cargoes were seed amnd carried into ment of the sesiou,andof thedcumaents wh chaccomn-
Sdceased ate required to exhibit the same; and all erefore, .France is understood to have changed her saice, and others which ha.d entered her ports, ih panied it.
.persons, indebted to thy-said estate are requested ir to m Alhoh tih i 1hi n th t he fair-course ot trade, were seized, and seiquestered In this very interesting cnmmunicatian you will find
-ae payment to JANE TUPPER, distrrt. At hoh ,sc i te tn whh rth codc otr ciscated by her Govei-n.int. It was sretended, that the President has done justice to both the bhliger-
*May, 1812. : in vin'dication of thbs mes atre, that as tnder oile em. ents. He has spoke of each as it deserves. To Framnce
the United O ta:e, sine the first of Nevember last, i bargo law no American 've el coned navigate the he has given the credit due for the revocation of.her
-S hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly l nevertheless, be proper for you to save'stigaie ocean, all those who were rind on it were trading t decrees, while he has bestowed on thoke injuries which
appointed Admin strato to sit;e estate of MARY n fu, the whole subject, and to see that nothing hl British account and lawftil pri. tCARDSON, late of Cambridge, in the county of t or shall be emitted on ier part in future, which was otherwise,. At the time the embargo wai andhe has spoken in termof censure nly, because she
Tiddlesex, widow, deceased, inb sate, and hase raien o d particular attention l bedrawn to lai d, a great nismber of oiur vessels were at se, had in no respect changed her unfriendly poIcy.-
tiot nhimnseif .at trust by giving bonds, as tiLe law di- th o ea ,subjc pa rthe commialtenci reiibeodrawn tch s engaged in shluir usual .-cortmee.; many of them Thus the whole subjecof our foreign relations is pre-
taps. And all persons, having deminds upon ti es- to s bsjt ia luture between the U State aid Franc s on distant, voyages. Their absence, especially sented fully and fairly before the Legislature and the
aO.of she said deceased, are required to exhibit the T Ie i' eilen epct.h. r ct th co irce h no prersos mice could je given toth'm, was strictly public, and, Iam happy toadd,thatsofaras anopinion
atne; and all persons, indebted o the said estate, are wi1 eplarced in the ports of France on such a footiS j-tstifiable under the, law and as no obigaton wo s can n ow be formed of the impression made, the public
filed upon to ssmake payment to asW toaffrd to it afa market, and to theindsr an iposd o nem i b a iaw o reltt'5 ,. they commit- sentsient is in strict harmony with that expressed by
S J,OSIAH MOORE, dmnistrator. enterprise of their people a reasonable encoura cement ted no ontence by remaining abroad. Other vets els the i executive. Few, if any, seem to be willing to re-
sbridgae, May 0, 1812. A n arrangement to this effec; was looked for iimmedi- inconsderabe innrher, le tbc Unted State i linaih h ground which has been taken by the non-
A laotiton of the law. Iihe latter committed an offence itrportationact; andmostseem to leresolved,if Great.




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Brtiain does'nor revoke her ordOrsin. council, to adopt
mored'ecisive measures towards her. '
If the United States experience any ;embarrassment-in
the course bltch they arepursuting in snppnrt of their(
rights, or fal), in the'ultimate itecs, i will be oivh.s
to tle conduct of the, French governmep-t. It,'cannot
be doubted, if Fra.nce'retnains lrue to her engagements
by a faithful observance of'the revocation of her dece es-,
and acquits herself on the;va 'iou's btheypointason which
you are instrvated?& iithe just claimsof this.country,
that Great-lriai. wvillbe dior.pelled to follow- her ex-
ample ; in which, event: the war will .i-niedrstely-as.
sunie a new characters, :such.as has ientfie professes,
wish of both belligerents, istigaring its .calamies to
both' of them as well as d-fufuing the happiest effect on
neutral Slates ... ,
The part which"f.ra.eocgitto aict is'a plain pone;:-
Iv is dictitued, in every circumstance, by, the clearest
principles of Justice anl soundest itaxims of policy.-,
The.President has-prrest!ed.to- view in tihbemessage to
,.*-' tlhe prominent featuresof this plan by stating
"equally oir -righitand injuries. It will scarcely be cp-
cessary for msno go into any ofh i. ,t,;i .'-c.i-eaaIT
ready so well known to yuuI. I ..1il I~.ntil dvert to
tum. .- I i 'Z
It is not sufficient in the-final decision of a. caune
brought before a Frepch tribunal, that it should'appear
that'the French decrees, are-repealed.. .An active pro-
hibitory;policy should be adopted to prevent seizures on
the principles-of those decrees. Al lhat is expected is
;.ce France will act, in conSforirity to her,.own pdirci-
ple.. If that is do(ie,;neutrad 'nations would then have
an important object h:;fore them, and oPe belligerrnt at
least pibved that it contended for.principle rather than
for power :. That it sought thor aid of neutral natiolia
in support bfthiat principal iiad didnot make ita pre-
text to enlist:them ton its sde, to demolish ita enemies.
The abiises that are practiced by French private as in
the .altic, the. Channe, rthe l4edfierranean and wherever
else they eruize,iAve -f late tnore:.epecj.ally, reach .i
an enormous height. In the' Batic tBley "lie been niore
odious from. the circilmstance that j ws.as expected that
they had beeh completely suppressed there. Till of la e
these.abuses were imputed to the privateers of Dessiar?.
which induced the Presidcit to send a s~pccial mission
tohlie Danisb government, which, it was understood'. ,
was producing the desired effect. But it is now repre-
seated that the same evil is produced by a collusion be-
tween the, privateers of. Detnmak antd.those pf Fraciac.-
lHence it assumes a wofse character; to seirzr1.. qill*
unlawful, is added, by carrying the causes to ,.--s, still
more oppressive delays.
If the Frinch government iknot willing.to adopt the
general rule alluded to, in favor of American commerce,
it is presumed that i.t will not hesitate to def.ie explicit-
ly the catise of seizure, and o give such precise ordcirs
to its cruitzers respecting theti, with an assurance ,f
certain punisii~ient to those who violate them, as will
prevent all abase in lutare, Whatever orders are giv-
en, in would be sati-factory to this governmeqa -to be
mae acquainted with them. The President wishes to
kttpw w\vih great accutracy, thepriinciples by which the
Fren.h governments intends to be governed, in regard
to neutral commerce.. A_ frank explanation in this
subject will be regaidei as a proof of the friienAly poliA
cy which.- A-anli i dasp sed to pua sne rewards the U-
nited States.
What advantage does France.derive from these abus-
es? Vessels trading fritn the Utted States can never
afford av*e of =usprcion in ikty principle, nor ought
It. y ,o bo,:t0'.cttb steizire. Ci-n ae-e'ew renchpria
vateers, iv. i h occasionally appear at sea, aake any-
,general impression on the coqmnberce of Grent-'-'taites
They seldom touch a Brit;.h esnel. Legitimate-and
bhotiurable warfatre t not their object. The unarmr-
ed vessels Df the Uniihd States-is heir only prey.-
The opportunities of f ir prize are few, even should
Francemntaniin the British principle. Can these few
prices compensate .her for the violation of her own
principles, And for the effect which it ought,and cannot
f'il, ip produce here ?
Indemnity bust bei iadefor spot;lationson Asieritean
property under other'decrees. On tis subject it is un-
riecessary to add any thing to 'our present instructions.
'hey are detailed and.exppirii.
The trade by licnce must.be abrogated. I cannot
too strongly express the surprisee of the Presidewt, aftbr
the repeated remonstrances of Thiis government, and
more especially after the I eiter of the bike of CAioaz
to Mr. RUSSELL, of the last, informing
him that that systeinwould fall with the berlin and 2AW-
lan decrees, that it should be still adhered to. The cxe-
quators of th consils who have granted such licences
would long sirt.e have behn revoked, if orders to them
to dticontinue the practice had not daily btn eatpected
or in case they were not received. the more effectual
interposition of Congres to siipprcss it. It will cerlain-
ly be prohibited by law,under severe penalties,Sin cotm-
pliance with the recohimendation of the Presidett, if
yodr despatches by the GCi.stitution do not prove that
your demand on this subject has been duly attended to.
It is expected also that the commerce between the
U. State and Frnce anid her allies will be placed on
the basis of a fair rectprncity, If the oppressive resrie-
tidns which still fitter and harrass our comrlerce there
are not removed, it cannot be doubted that Congress
wvil! as sboii is it appears that a suitable change may not
be expeped, impose similar restraintE on the commiera
df France. Should slach a state of -diings arise fttweea
the two countries, you will readily perceive the obvi-
ou's tendeticy, or rather certain effect on the relatioao
wlsich niow subsist bsctwe a them.
T'.;s :., a short shkitch of the potief wieh t it ier-
pected Frarde will observe ijr regard to neutral com-
merce, and the other just claims of the United States.-
A compliance wih it will impose on her no onerous
c.rlditions ; no concessions in favor of the IT. States.-
She Will perform no act which s heispat bound to per-
form, by a strict regard to justice, She will abstain
from none, the ablstmtene from which is not dictated
by the principles which she asserts, and professes to
support. What is also of great importance,thecoure
po:ied'out cannot fail tb prove, in aUits consequences,
of the highest advantages to her.
Among the measures necessary to support the atti-
tude taken by this government, it is more than probe
ble that a law will pasau:hb.orising all merceaant ves-
seia to arm in their own defence. If England alone, ia
maintaining her Orders in Courtcil violates our neutral
rights, with her only can any 61llision take effect.-
But in authorising merchant vessels to armn, the object
will be to enable them to support their rights agaimtc
all who attempt to violate them. This consideratica
ouoht to afford a s.roog additional motive to Franceto
inhibit her privateers from interfering .with America,
vessels. The United States will maintain their netitral
rights equally against all nations who violate them.
You will find among the documems which accom-
pany the President's Wessage, a corresponderret be-
tween Mr. FOSTER and me,by which the ditr'ei ce re-
lative to the attack on lhe Chesopeake is terminated. It
was thought desirable not to decline t be adkanct of the
Bfritish government on this point, although none was
mtaie on any other; and as the -,ro offered were snch
as had been in substance approved before, to accept
then. The adjustment,- however, of this difference,
does not authorise the expectation of a favorable reunit
from the British government on anyot'ber point. This
government will pursue the same policy towards G.
Britain in regard to other injuries,'asif this had not
been accommodated.
You will also find among the printed documents a
correspondence with Mr. Fos'ra reRptcctg the ( tori'
dIns. To lhis remonstrance against t'he occupation of
Wst-.ierida by the troops ofhe Uinted Sttes,he wa

T~61a that th eloged tt ithemby a alie V ..ch tc'u
not be improved. And to that relative to Kast-Flowri
fe was informed that Spain owed the United Siates f.
spolka:ions on her commerce, and for the seppressit
'of the leosit otfArew-0~oieam, more than it was worti
tha. the United State, looked to laoFl,.-rida for the
indemnity ; that they would suffer nu power to take
and would take it tlsimsieves, either at the invitati
of the inhabiitits, or to prevent its falling inthe han
of alotlier power. With so just a claim on it, and wi
,uut any adverse el-aim, wvi:ch under existing circus
stances, is any wi-e stltainal'e. more especially-, as I
Wce.msary severance ,f' he Spuinish"co'loii.es from /ii Spain
thwl,,Uted, and the known disposition and interest of tl
inhabitants are it, f.'vor of the United States, the ide
,of purchasing the terti:ory, otherwise than as it h
beei already ir-e I n.ani pad for, in iht e property wrong,
fully taken from the citizens ou :he United States,do
not merit, and has not received a md.nent's cotisider
tion ere. Von will, therefore, discountenance the id
every where,and in every shape. .
You will be furnislied with acopy of my correspond
ence with Mr. 'Seririer on the subject uf a vessel cat
ed thelaBatou, No. 5, (formerly the Exchangea ] bearing
commission from the Empcror of France, lately libelle
in the district court of the U. S. for Pennsy/ranin. TI
deeis;on of that court was in favor of a discharge,
the vessel. An appeal was taken from it to the circu
court, by which t!tiesentenet was reversed. The can
was then carried by appeal, at the ii.stance of the go
,ernment, to the supreme court of the U.-S. wherte-it
now depending. The whole process in.fJtprj rof'ie Fresn
woernmeii Is conducted on the part of, artd the expncre oJ It
,3, Sthou, however, making themselves a party to i
This vessel was one of those that were seized un4e
the tinambodt let decree. The French government too
her inio service', as appears by the documents in 'po
session of the commandant, and sent her widh despatch
Sto some distant quarter. Shl"came imto 'he port o
Phitlditiphia, as it is said, in distress; she having o
board a cargo, distress may have been a pretext. A
this government denies "the justice of the Rambotui
decree, has remonstrated against it, and expects an in
ldemnity for losses aider it,you will be sensible of th
delicacy atd difficulty which it has experienced m ii
terfering, in any respect, in the case. To take the vet
eel from the court, and, of course, from thI owner, an
restore her to the French consul or o.ber agent, eve
if, under aiy circumstances, lawful, would have excite
universal discontent. I cannot dismiss this subject
Without remarking, that if .the government .f FsTau
had not violated the rights of the United States by th
Ramboleet 4decr e, this casefwould not have occurred
jnd thiait, is painful to see a question, connected witl
"he public law, originate under such circumstances.
.aThe public vessel which take s these despatches toyom
has oth-rs for our cluarge d'affaires at London. Afte
landing Mr. BIoDLE, who is the bearer of yours, a
some port in France, she wiJl proceed immediately t
the English soast, and land Mr.TAYLOE, the messenge
who is charged'with'those for London. It is expected
that she will be subject to a short delay, only on th
English coast, and that your despatches will be prepare
ei for her, on her return toFrance. It is highly import
ant to this government to obtain, without delay, oa
rather with the greatest possible despatch, correct in
formation from you, and' from our charge d'affaires a
London, of the policy adopted, and the measures which
have been already taken on the important interests de
pending with each government, on which you have
been respectively instructed. A short detention o:
the vessel, for an obvious and useful purpose, as inti-
mated heretofore, will not be objected to ; but such a
delay as has, on'some occasions, occurred is utterly in.
admissable. I have the honor', &c. &c.
(Signed) JAS. MONROE,

J. C'AdROLINA. C-ARt.LETON, MAY 23, 1812
T i"H following is a cebrect statement of a
late naval affair :--_-
The Spanish ship Ferandain, which arrived at. thi,
port on Tuesday last, was lying at Amelia Ia'andl whdre
she had taken on beard a cargo of dry goods, (which
had been lying some months at that Island) belonging
to a merchant in this city, for the purpose of bringing
them on to this place., This ship, it is-alleged; was
formerly an AmeriCan vessel, but having violated the
first embargo law, has assumed the Spanish flag.,lI ap-
pears that Com. Camipbell had give-n orders to the of-
ficers of the guan-boats on'that station to take possession
of this ship if she should leave the Spanish waters.
The owner of the ship, understanding that such orders
had been issued, applied to H. O'GaEADvY, an Irislutau,
cominander of the British brig Sappho, of 18 guoa, then
lying in the river, for protection and convoy. The
British commander, after inspecting the papers of the
ship, and finding her to be a legitimate Spanish vessel,
and his orders requiring him to render assistance :nd
coitvoy to all such vessels applying for protection, a-
greeable to the treaty of alliance between Great-Brita '
and spain, took her under his convoy, and gave her
sailing orders accordingly. On' Iriday morning the
14th inst. the two vessels got under way and dropped
down the river ; the American gun-boats, five in num-
ber, one of them schooner rigged, got under way at
the same time, and toqod down the river with them.
In' the course of this time Capt. O'GREADYv had com-
7.unicated with the conimanding officer of the schoon-
er, and informed him that the ship was under his con-
voy, and as suchhe could not suffer her to be molested.
After the vessels had crossed the bar, the schooner ran
up near to the ship and discharged her large gun, load-
ed with grape and caniister shot, into her, which fire
was repeated several times. Capt. O'GREADT then
bailed the schooner, and again cautioned her comman-
der to desist from firing into his convoy, or he should
be under the disagreeable necessity of returning the
fire-observing, at the same time, that the breach be-
tween the two countries was already sufficiently wide,
without adding to the irritation by any hasty or impru-
dent conduct.-Instead, hoWev;er, of this advice being
listened to, 'he American commander discharged his
guin intoisJe British brig, she having run up between
the ship and the schooner;-A shot was then fired
from the brig ahead of the gun-boat, as a signal that
should another shot be fired into her, it would be re-
trned-thi did notdeter the commanderof the schoon.-
er, who, having reloaderfhisgun,again discharged into
5ne brig-; when a thirty-two pound carronsade loaded
with grape and canister, was fired from the brig into
the schooner, and the brig'ranging up along side the
schooner, was on the point of pouring her broad-
side into her, the orew having Vy this time become so
iheenced against the Amer'ian commander that it was
with the greatest difficulty Capt.O'Gaaany could de-
-ter tgem from doing sO6. Fortunately, however, the
business ended here; the gun-boats put about and
stood in, while the ship and brig stood on their cour,.
-We believe that there was no lives lost on either side.

M&FV-TORK. ,a-avr, s~t? ,0, 1812.
Last evening 91 of the Democratic Republi-
can Senators and Assemblymen of this State,
met in the capital in this city, when General
WILKIN, a Senator, was chosen President, and
the Hon. ALEXANDER S HELDOM (Speaker of
the House) Clerk. After discussion, it was
voted, that this body do proceed to the nomnina-
tion of a suitable person to be supported by this
State as President of the United States, whenthe
was UNANIMOUSLY elected, and declared
to be the candidate. A committee of corres.

pondence was then chosen, consisting of seven-
teen Members of the .Legislature, and including
the most influential members of that body, MI,
CLINTOn has consented to be the candidate.

th M-\'0o&tet^ .2, ix1.
or A noting of the UVar Hawks has been he
on in LGhasion, South-Carolina, and a number
;i violent Resolutfons adopted by a lank niajorit
it, To give weight to the proceeding, thee Bir
in of. Prey nominated C4ARLES COTEtWORT
ds PtNKNEY on the co mittee t6 draft them, at
th lave since circulated a report that he approve
of them. The following article from the Charl
,s ton Times, a democratic paper, gives the lifdire
he to the report :.- '
as The Hon. Maj. Gen. C. C. PINKNZTY,whose Aina
g- appears in a list of Committee-Metn appointed by o
es Citizens, who assembled on Monday last, was at th
a- time, and now is, at Pitnkney's-.land, 80 miles / iom
ea cri,-pf course Gen. PINKNEY was not appointed w
his own consent a Member cf this Committee; n
d- could he have any knowledge of their proceedings.
da- a
-d fi.gplaatHue of 5 bafUett5i .
Te rtHE Resolution for the appointment of
v- .l Committee to report the draft of a Mems
is rial to Congress against War, was taken up.-
"ch On the question to adopt the same, Mr. Holm
it. of Alfred, moved the question to be taken 1
er Yeas and Nays-which were as follow :-
k Yeas, 402
s- Nays, 278
of Majority J24
n And Massrs. PUTNAM, of Salem, AusrIN,
Is Chalestown, and TILLINGH AST, were appointed
le Peitions-Ot C. Kimball, J. Davis, J. Peirce, inh
n- bitants of Tisbury, of Salem'Banik, J.Jewett,A. Maso
te S. Fowler, S. Curtis, J. Burr, and associates, were se
erally read and committed.
d Tle Standing Committees on Eastern I.ads,onNe
d Trials, on Accounts,-on the Interior Fidheries, on I
n corporation of Parishes, &o, were made on the part
d the -House.
t Remonstrances from Falmosth, Wistfield, Milton, U
'e bridge and Newburyport, were read' and committed.
e 'Messrs. Mills, Hall, of IV. and Thacher, we
h appointed to. report on the expediency of revi
ing the Act of last year respecting the appoin
meant of Clerks of the Judicial Courts.
r The Hon. E. H. RossINs notified the L
o gislature that he declined accepting a se:. at tI
r Council Board.
m A great many local and private papers were con
e mhted, passed, &c. Adjourned.
r Resolves passed for appointing two Notaries Publ
f. r Franklin county, two additional in Cumberland,
t additional in Lincoln. g4 3 solvee passed the Hot
h for two additional notaries in Suffolk, but was regatived
! the Senate.
e A bill directing the settlement of Estates of person
f deceased, &c. passed to be engrossed.
- A bill for repealing the Act for the payment
of the Compensaticn to the Members of th
House from the public chest was read once.
The two Houses then proceeded to the choice of
Counsellor in the roomn of the I-Ion. Mr. RoasiNsi wh
declined-when the votes were 614-of which th
Hon. WILLIAM PAVIS, of Plymouth,
had 45o, and was chosen.
. At eleven o'clock the two Houses met, i
Convention, when the Hon. OLIVER FISIk
COBB and SAMUEL FALES, Esquires, hav
iig signifies their acceptance of seats at th
Council.Board, L.ame in, and took and subscrib
ed the Oaths and Declarations necessary to their
qualifications COUNSELLORS to advic
the Governor in the Executive part of govern
The Convention then proceeded to the choice o
Notaries Public for the severalcounties, when the fol
lowing gentlemen were elected :_
Suffolk County-Samuel Gardner, Will'm Stevens n
Samuel Blagge, Josiah Waters.
.sur-Robert Rantoul, JolmlRogers, Charles White
Jabez Farley, James Gatdner, Michael Hadge, Enoc
Titcomb, Wam. Woart, Joseph Dana, John Punchard
John Prince, jun. Ichabod 'Tucker, Ezekiel Savage
Samuel Nye, Nathan Bowen, John Bond.
Middlesesr-Samuel Bat tlet, Alpheus Richardson, Na
thaniel Bemis, John Soley, Tilley Mirick.
Hampshire- Daniel Stebbins, Phineas Blair, Justin E
ly,jun. Samuel Orie.
rork-Richard F. Cutts, Joseph Storer, Henry Clark
Daniel Granger, Alexander Mclntire, Natlh'l Go6dwin
Plymouth-Ephraim Spooner, Benjamin Drew, jun
Samuel Norton, -Hayward Pierce, Studley Sampson
Nath'l Ruggles, Benja. Fearing.
Bristol-Abner Brownell, John M. Williams, Nathan
Bates. Oliver Alden, Jonathan Iigall, Thomas B. Rich
mond, Benjamin Davis.
Nantucket-Benjamin Gardner, Zachariah Hussey.
Barnslable-Thomas Swift, Jeremiah Parker, David
Crocker, James Crowell, John D. Bangs, Joseph Doane
Elisha Mayo, Samuel Waterman, Orasmns Thomas.
Worcester-Theophilus Wheeler, Chen6iy Reed, Na.
thaniel Chandler, Joseph Adahms, Moses Smith, jun,.
.T;4t two o'clock tlejiterlkteiballoifilgfor Notaries' tons ad.
jaurned until to-morrozo; and the Convention sequrated.

Memorial for' Peace.
The following draft of,a Memorial to CAitess, onr
the subject of PaIACe and Unrestricted CoMMERcacwas
read from the chair, viz.
To the Honourable the Senite and the House of Representa.
tiMes of the United State ia Cong,'ess assembled, the Rep-
resentatives ~f the" Cnsrtisealth of Massachfsetts beg
leave respec'tJi/y to slate- "
THAT presuming the respectful expressions
of the public sentiment, from arny portion of the
Unions might be acceptable-to Congress in the
present critical state of-public affairs, they trust
that communication to your honorable body
of the opinions and feelings of the people of this
Commonwealth upon the momentous subject of
a British war, will not be construed into a dispo-.
sition to interfere witlrthe functions of the Na-
tional Government.
It is with deep regret, and with such emotions
as -the love of country should inspire, that we
perceive, the entire failure "'the negotiations n-
stituted by the NationalGovernment with a view
to obtain, from the belligerent nations, respect
for our neutral rights, and a revocation of edicts
which operate so injuriously upon our lawful,
commerce. '
In the present'unprecedented posture of Eu-
rope, we are firmly convinced, that an immense
majority of our constituents cannot be reconciled
to the belief that an orfensive war with Great-
,Britain is demanded by the interest or honor of
our country.

We presume not to ented pon a comparison.
of the ijurias sustained by~lur commerce from

Sthe respect. e nation war-tko arraiig sthe -mstnce might have occutred to me. But I' tioeare the foundations of society ; ai:d the
conduct which Gove nt has seen fit to 5dopt, have no reason to regret this inability ; several of 'great end of government is to provide that every
ld in order to obtain r'ress. It -would be foreign you, Gentlemen, in cachHouse, have been many citizen shall have his right. But if in making and
of to our present purpose to enlarge upon the du- years employed in the :Government, and will- executing' thrplaws vwe disregard the rules,of e-
Y. plicity aind prevarication exhibited by France in readily discern what measures. are necessary for qual justice ; if we endeavor to elevate one por-
ds all her negotiations-which aggravate her nu- the general. good. tion of the community and depress another, we
merous outrages-or to discuss the motives al- But though I have no particular knowledge lose sight of the object for which we became
nd leged by Great-Britain in dufence of a systeni of oF the late Legislative proceedings, it is impos-\, united, .and render every principle that'can be
dd retaliation"r.vhich bears wvith a severe pressure tup- sible for any member of the State to be ignorant employed in the government of the State of no
es- oft neutral rights : It ifssufficient that every o6n- that a spirit'of division has existed for several effect except fear and compulsion. In such ca-
ct sideration arising from good police, and from' years, and has become so prevalent, as to dimin- ses the people never 'obey but with reluctance ;
the duty of a nation to itself, forbids us to plunge ish individual happiness, and endanger the tran- nor shall we have any reason to complain if they
into a war which desolates the European world quality of the Commonwealth. are intractable. We are as much bound to-pre-
eur -and from which,it seems to have been the de- The opinions of men are as various as their serve their rights as they to obey the laws ; and
Lat sign of Almighty Providence to exempt us, if features, and there is generally no more cause until their spirits are broken they will make
the true to ourselves, by placing us remote from the of complaint in the one case than in the other. continual efforts to recover what belongs to
it1 theatre of their contentions. This difference of opinion would happen if all them ; for it is not in the nature of Freemen to
or An offensive war against any nation, can be were furnished with the same evidence ; but on submit without complaint to unequal regulations.
justified only by the reasonable motive of obtain- many political subjects the evidence offered to Our Constitutinti; forbids any exclusive prt-
ing reparation for past injuries-or security a- different persons is not only diverse but opposite ; tensions to the honors of the State ; every- class
against future dangers and aggressions. When, It would be unreasonable, therefore, to expect of men are entitled to partake of the same ad-
therefore, such is the local situation and relations- that all should think alike. If our information vantages and have an equal and common 'right
2. of a country, that the hope of effecting either-of is wholly derived from one 'source, ai6d that hap- if this right is infringed we may be sure that
.a these objects is precluded by an overruling' ne- pens to be a partial one, our opinions may be hon- sentiments of discontent and animosity will pre-
to- cessity, its honor is not stained by yielding to est, though it is hardly possible they should be vail. We ought indeed to select persons of abil-
circumstances which it cannot control-nor is correct. ity and integrity for public employment ; but
nes the reluctance of its citizens to expose themselves In some cases this diversity of senthnent miay if we make it a rule to advance only our political
by in such case to the certain dangers alid calairi- promote the progress of truth.-At least it may friends, we shall become the heads of a party, and
ties of wai, a rep'oach upon their want of sensi- teach us habitually to practice that mutual tfor- be incapable of preserving with equity anda mo.
ability to injury, their courage or patriartinsm. bearance without which society could not exist: deration the rights of the whole people.' In
A war withGreot-Britain would furnish tempt- But the danger arises from the warmth and ea- Monarchies the Prince is thfe source of all power
nations to her government to sequester the mil- gerness with which political disputes are con- and the fountain of Ihonor and office ; he, inere-
of lions belonging to our citizens, deposited in that. dufted. On such occasions,men are tempted to fore, thinks himself authorized, in appointing
d. country, and an opportunity to her navy and violate the rules of decency, and call in question his subordinate officers, to reward the attach-
a- cruisers to sweep the ocean.o6+the remains of the rectitude of others, merely because of a dif- ment and purchase the future support of hls ad-
3n, our once flourishing commerce. ference in judgment. Such offensive imputa- berents. But in Republics the People are pos-
v- The conquest of Canada, the only point, in tions are injurious t6 the peace of the State, and sessed of the sovereign power ; and Legislators
which she is assailable, would afford no indemni- threaten its future prosperity ;-forif party a- and Magistrates, elected by them, are bound-to
fiction if atchieved, for the losses to which buse should become general and' indiscrimina:4, employ their authority for the common benefit.
of we should be exposed upon our unprotected sea- we shall lose one of the most powerful Ntetives They have no -right to' consider the power de-
board, and upon the ocean. Destitute as we to meritorious conduct ; the virtuous and vicious puted to them as their own property ; or to
yx- are of a Navy, and the means of inameditte marl- will be placed in the same light, and men of unr make vacanicies or appointments for selfish or par-
time defence, we cannot perceive in what mode blemished character will wish to have as little ty purpose) Should a' contrary rule be. eatab-
re a war with this nation, so powerful on the ocean, concern in public affairs as possible, that they lished, it 'appears to me, that political feuds
s- can promise the attainment of its avowed object may preserve their reputations. would be endless and implacable ;-the persons
t- -the revocation of the Orders in Council.' The When ,parties are numerous, the individuals in office and their friends and retainers would em-
Emperor of France having'latel'y republished the often appear to be but little apprehensive of re- ploy every method to prevent any change in the
e- Decrees' of Berlin and Milan with renewed as- proach ; they are apt to think that the rules of Administration, while their rivals would be
he surances of a determination to enforce them, and candor and even of truth may be dispensed with, equally assiduous and eager to eSfct a change.
Great-Britain having announced her deliberate 'in propagating their political opinion But From the frequency of our elections there would
m- purpose of making her Orders in.Council comrn- though the disgrace of each individual may be scarcely be any interruption in these struggles,
mensurate with those Decrees-we are impress. lessened when it is shared by many others, his and the longer they should continue, the greater
ed with a belief, that a war once begun, must be personal guilt is the same as if he was the only would be their violence.
lic continued during the present European conflict, offender ; and the example thus furnished by To check this party spirit, and prorrite union
an and perhaps abandoned after years of disasters in- associated numbers must have a pernicious in- and harmony in the public Councils, and. among
use cident to all wars, without accomplishing the ob- fluence on the morals of the whole people, our Fellow-Citizens, much may be do.e by the
ject for which it was underta.n. Should we at any time suffer ourselves to be Members of the Government, as well in their pri-
ns We forbear to present to the consideration of influenced by a spirit of party, we shall be in vate as public capacity ; and without their in-
your honorable body, a detail of those multipli- danger of sacrificing the public good to our own fluence and example, n6 attempts for- this Pur-.
it ed evils which we anticipate in such a conflict, attachments and animosities ; and shall be inca- pose will be. likely to succeed. By course of u-
ae lest thetr magnitude and. variety might be con- pable of discerning the ust that may be made of uniform atnd impartial conduct, we may perhaps
sidered as calculated to depress the just confi- our own precedents against ourselves. We may convince the People,that our attention is employ-
a dence of the people in the national spirit and establish rules by which we shall obtain a mo- ed for the benefit ofall our Fellow-Citizens,with-
he resources--and to encourage the perseverance of mentary ascendency ; but which in the issue out any preference of one part to another: That
foreign nations, in pretentions hostile to ou Will prove injurious to our own interest, as well we are solicitous to establish a just proportion in
rights.-We cannot, however, but hope, that as to the peace and order of the State. If the their burdens and advantages : That of whatev-
Gavernment, having tried for years a system of party opposed to us should afterwards prevail, er denomination they are, we will listen- to their
n restrictions, whigh has proved ineffectual in re- they will be tempted to retaliate with increased complaints when they are oppressed by the offi,
, spect.to foreign sati4eosaud'rainous to ourselves, severity, in hopes of more durable possession of cers, or injured by the measures of Government;
; will once more restore us to our commercial pur- power. But it is vain. to expect that in a free or when the laws themselves operate unjustly '
' suits :--And without abandoning just claims of government the predominence of a party can be and that those who are most distinguished for a-
- separationn, will e.iable us to aid in those prepar- preserved by disingenuous means ; or that the abilities and integrity, and the merit of their pub-
e nations, which in some more auspicious peiiod,'! peac.4-f the community can be maintained un- lie services, will be appointed fo office,.without
_- may afford the capacity ofvindicating such claims : der retorted injuries and provocations. Such political favor or prejudice. If in this way we
r with a probability of success. And we can upon injuries A1ill become more oppressive, and the shall be able, in any degree, to restrain the i-age
e this most solemn occasion, appeal to the Search- provocations more aggravated, the oftener they of party, our. successors will be encouraged to
- er of Hearts, that in this application to your happen, and, if persisted in, must eventually ter. pursue the same course.
honorable body, we are influenced by no party minate in ruin. In our public transactions and debates, I pre-
considerations-no spirit of disaffection-no dis- These animosities have also a direct tendency sume that we shall carefully abstain from con-
Af position toembarrass the proceedings, orrepruach to weaken the State, and render us incapable of temptuous or rep'roachful expressions, and wl't-
- the motives of any of the departments of govern- self-defence. Within afew years all the Rep ub- ever has a tendency':to irritation ;-ior we chn
[ ment.-Neither do the people of Massachusetts, lies in Europe have become a prey to .military hardly conceive hbtw much evil may arise to the
unmindful of the example of their ancestors, take force; the People were divided by factions ; and community from circumstances of this kind,
e, council from fear-But in this last and respect- those who thought themselves oppressed, assist- -which another periods might seem too incon-
Ih ful effort in behalfoftheir commercial rights, and ed a foreign power to overwhelm, both their op- siderable to be regarded. And I hope and trust,
1, to induce the National Government to pause and -pressors and themselves, in one common ruin.-.' that in our intercouse with each other, we shall
e, rescue their Country from war, they. are impell- Their forms of Government have been exchanged exemplify the gentleness of manners, the candor,
. ed by dictates 6f self preservation, by their at- for despotism, and their names are blotted out ba.evolcnce and condesceinsion which are the or-
achment to the Union, by a persuasion of the from the list of nations, naments and bands of society, and which tend to
- invincible and growing opposition of the People The People of these States seem to have been moderate the zeal and conciliate the. friendship
to these measures, and by duty to themselves, placed by Providence in a situation of peculiar of those who. are of different.sentimerAs. I am
. to posterity, and to GOD. safety.. Our territory is sufficiently extensive ei- the more confident in these expectations, .as we
Mr.EMERa proposed tliat a time be assigned for the thar for security or convenience. We are re- have only to exercise the temper oi that Religior
, consideration of the Memorial, and Mr. HoLHES, mov- mote from the nations of Europe who for several in which we have declared our belief,.and which
ed that Saturday next be signed. A short debate en- ears have bee involved i a fatal and tensi all us profess to evee.
Ssued.-The advocates fr the motion aledged they years ave na fatal and extensive a us ss to rvr.
n wanted further timeto consider thesubject;-to which t war., Asa commercial people we have had inter- CALEB STRONG.
the opposers of the motIon to assign so distant a time course with all of them, and as' a neutral nation Council Chamber, Jane 5, 1812.
for the consideration of a plain proposition, replied, must have expected, in such mighty conflicts, to VWhich was read arid committed to Messrs,: JACKsoN,
d that the calamity which it was the object of the Me- stiffer injuries from each. If, however, the mer- of &Baton, BLAIR, of le!rchertown, WARff, of'Wrkr.-l/m,
moral to avert, was ieTpnding, and therefore, that a- i chant finds that anybranch of trade is too haard- BAILEr,of JW asset, and LAwRENce, of Groton.
ny delay might wholly defeat that object. The motion '
- was negatived 379 to 225. In assigninga shorter time ous to be pursued with advantage, his own-,pru- '10 MC NGRESC
a convqersation ensued, in'which Messrs. Holmes, Pres- dence will induce him to relinquish it. But I VEM RIALTO CONGRES .
cott, Hall, of'W. Browu, Sa'vage, Xnapp, of N. Webb, Can- think we can have no reasonable motive-to Joiin The order of the day on the Petition to Congress in
ton, Mills, Tillinghast, RAussell, tsin, Johnson, Whitman, .this iiinous cont n thus imitate those Pri favor of Peace and Commerce, was taken up. A de.-
of P. Thacher, arid others, took a part,when to-morrow h rinous contest,and thus imitate those Princ- bate ensued, which continued until pat 10 o'clock, P.
afternoon, ar 4 o'clock, was assigned ; and the Memo-' es, who h lizard all that i. dear to their subjects, M. when the question to adopt the Memorial as re-
rial ordered to be printed for the use of the members merely to display their spirit or gratify their re- ported was taken and carried :-
vertge. We may possibly be engaged hereafter YEAS 406 Maj. 166
SFRIDAY, jUNE 5, 1812. in just and necessary wars of self-defence, and we NAYS 240o a
After the disposal of a variety of private business, hope ne t b e in a o :
the two Houses met in Convention, to fi p the choice hope never to be engaged in any other :-But so -- ---- ..'
of Notaries Atslic.--Name, in our net.] ong as the People are united in affection, there 0| :
BANKS. is no danger that any foreign power will think of SATURDAY MOfk JUNE 6, 18R,0.
A billhor renewing tlte charters of the several reducing us to their dominion. This security
BANKS, &c. was read; and' to-morrow (this will be diminished in the same proportion as the W'r / War / ipendin !
day) assigned for a second reading. Ordered to violence of party increases ; for a State with ten All the letters and accounts from ogon affirm
be printed. millions of men may be conquered as easily as one that immediate WAR with England is inevitable. We
oThe b rethantianuftoy,and the dams GlastFac- with ten thousand, ifthd people are divided, and have seen a letter from a Member of Congress dated
Petory bills, pasd to readings, one half are willing to assist in subjugating the onSunday, which says-" It isexpected theMad.Con,-.
ings, Robinson, &c. W. Pane, Betsey Davis, S other. Such dispositions, I presume, are not a- itmee on Foreign Affairs on tomorrow or next day,
Holden, Remonstrance from Newbury, J. Gifford, El. ny where cherished at the present time : But if wil make a War report, -that it will be made wr
illintgsA. Hyde, C. Hatmlin, S. Knights, Th. M.Har- the spirit of discord shall increase and become to crush debateand passl the measure during tbe nigl of
rs and others, wereseverally read and committed. more exasperated, we may hereafter be as frantic se.sion.-Tb oeo e country is for Peae-a o
Numerous reportson petinios,orders ofnotice, &. with passion and as blind to our own interest, as they know it. But from madmen, he says, any kiln_
wre r asthose nations, whose governments have been sub- of madness may be expected. A slhajority of hobt'
Houses are named who will pass thes Declaration
.At oclok,. agreeably to assgnment, His vetted by the violence or treachery of their gains Esanlaed and that the Presidetnt st iod pen
Excellency the Govzaeox Came in, and delivered the citizens, hand ready to sign thshe Pesh Warraant of peis co nd
following It would be difficult to entmerate all the mis- prosperity.
S])'CC) I chiefs that flow from this spirit of party. We The Ho se in one of its late paroxisns of insane
Gentlemen of dte Senate, and have seen that it alienates the minds of men refused even to consider a motion of Mr. RatnosAv
Gentlemen of the Hose of Repreentaies, from each other, and has a tendency to excite the wich merely stated tat inder existing c mstaTO
AS I have -not been engaged in the public most malevolent passions. History will inform ThePeople may expectimportant tidings from o
business of the State for the last five years, and us, that when under no restraint, it produces civ- ingt.n hourly.
had 'no expectation that I should again take a il wars, and tenitiratces in the destrtmction of free ,Some of the IVildcats of Congress have gone ho
part in administering the Government ; I have States. These considerations have been suggest- unale to incur the awful responsibility of unnech
paid .no other attention to the proceedings of the ed by reflecting men of all parties; and it seems behind bore marks of belief, tl:t the ls .
Legislature, or any public transactions, than my to be the duty of all, as far as their influence ex- known them shail know them no more. ea

duty as a private citizen required. I am there tends, to prevent an increase of the evil. -.. m--
fore unable to lay before you the state of our af- Ndthing is of more importance to this pur- The Legslature'~f New-Hampshire have chosen
-lairs ; or to suggest for your consideration those' pose than a just-andt impartial administration of miA PLUMMERo a q. GovWnor of that State-by'
subjects of particular interest which in other cir- government. The principal of equity and jus- jo.ity of 22..

S.2,SHIANGTN. i, r 2C, i2. ARSHAL'S NOTICE. An inforumido by -G e ^lalre, Esq. Atlrniey of
i. c. ,c ..o.... -:.ri ._ ,,i.r hre thc A AL N ,tthe Uijited States for thq;above mentioned District of
to Accord a 1 o prevailing ruinor here, the UNITEDb STATES ofAMEICA, ,, ainst cetai oo and ecan-
secret sRensr~itonc of1)0,000 dollars Has been District iof'oassaclisells, ss. S .* ze ,eViz. -Seveity-two chests of Tea, e within
expended in the fjllowing nil n;i-,ii- NRY 1)URSUAN'F to sundry Warrants frohi the HIn. ze~ vir.c-Sevesity-tw dchestsof Tea, leged
(t),000 ; CR LtON.5U000 ; secret agency i Ct, n- a """t Dav.isEsq. Judgof 'he.District.Courtfrn o Ditri oftheaws nf t re1teStt ae ,a
) 0 I 0 .. t e D district afore aid, I t o hereby give this Public Na- viola ti oel Uni e ate
ail IIo; i"( s,,^ .^ o^ ^ ;. ,,n s ^ndKa^o, ,O (ofb
sice, that the foll'wingInformationsareledtbefore:An rtio h
sum CoB ttsatd to have rcceivcd6 id Judge, namely Unted tte for te above m oned Dstrict of
su CoB, E".,. av r 0 6000)to ,ad Judge, namey:- Massachusett( against, certain Goods and Merchan-
the Florida and Mexican patriots .1,000. It An Information by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of Masa u-Thirtee against. Tea, n os ad erhn- .he
is added that shortly the Executixv will make an- the United States for the abovementioned District of di v os v i and Chrlestowf. fTran aieged vio-
Massthhu followininsmerceandiz ev i strict ofBostoli and Charlestowti for as ariege via-
other demand of another 100,000 dollars for es- M sachusets, a ost nation of the laws of the Uitied Sttes .
i -T.hree pieces of Broaeloths attnd sixteen Blankets, d St'tes.
pinage in Fr[nce, and for intriguers i theS pan- i osto andCharAn Information by George Blake, Esa. Att6rny' of
ish att Engrlis, jcch ),ic-s, who teqoire yet lean- iti D ... o Bost"t i a C leo the United States for.the above mentioned District of
h and Englh co ks wh q yt a foranaileged violation of the Laws of he UntedSates Massachusetts, against certain Goods ad erchai-
C.oup d' a rent atind must havc it." An Informaion b, y George Blake, Esq. Attorney of dize, vi- xty-sevenchests of Tea, eied withinthe
the United State, for the above mentioned District of, viSi e of are., f eged withn -h
Mssachuisetts, against Eig-tv-'fonr casks of Steel, four District of Boston and Charlesto mfor an aklegedoviola-
FRENCH DOCUMENTS. Matusosa tta, against. eig'tv-our casko of Steel four tionofe lawsof the United States. .
We continue the papers called documents from bundles and one cae of Steel, one bale of Sel, e An Information by George lake, Esq. Attorney v -
France, from the .ati,, al nteitencer.-oaThe reo.der is Anviis, seven dozen of Pans, two dozen Spad tswo the tited States for the above lenoned District -
requested to peruse them carefully, tecollect their dates, hogheads, e casean one and a nl Massachusetts, against certain Goods and Merchi-
mark the s il kyik style e in hich de handss are made, one o r case i an tity of Coalfor l nage, seieour with- die, 'vi Five chests, QfTea, seized within the Dis-
,the equivocalanguge or the d pro..ises, d lie manner P" a "a a a "a fra trict of Boston and Charlestown- for an alleged viola
sin which they are fufillld. Let hi these, and in .he District of Bo so and Cha. rlestown for an a t o law o the U e States '
then let him answer the inquiry if NA, Ohas more legedviolation of the aws of te teke, Esq. Attory of
humble dupes ansd osequitus slaves in Paris, A.it sler ArtiInformat4on by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of An Information by George Blake, Esq. Atorney of
Shmble dupe and bsequiuslaves in ar the United Stes for the abovementioed District of the United State for the above mentioned itrict of
m, o--a e i WaS N. lassachut-eti, against certain goods,.wares and mer- Massachustetts, against certain Goods and Merchan-
By nt .tted t,.. inno e ', ."andevz.,FortytwobudleoT.ap-es,threebun- dize,viz--Twenty-two chests of Tea, seized within
SBy accident wo e omitted in t mesioi n in our last tie dIes of Watch Chrystals,seven bund'es of Watch Chrys- the District of Boston and Charlestown for an alleged
citizens of harstwn, as oen deserve ter of the.gfi talks. onebundle containing four pieces of Linens, one' violation of.the laws of the Ds.ied Saates.
valcad of Saturdayn No men deserve better thei tandle of Carmbric,onet bundle of Whips, eight pieces An Informaion by George lake, Esq. Attorney of
country than the Washing. onans ofCharleown. ofLinens and five rolls of Silk, seized within the Dis- the United States fior the abovemrentioned District of
At the thr nnul meeting of The rt of ,Bston and Charle town, for a alleged viola- Massachusetts, against certinnerchatdize, vz.-Two.
At the third annual meeting of The. il. Su" ,COif we:e t fBon" jto anwsof the Unted, States, casks containing, ; number ..of brass Ktitles, fifeen
ssachdAusetts, 4th Jndne, the allowing Officers wee n In formation by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of sheets of Copper, two boxe, of Tin, ene carboy of A-
elected the United Sates for the above mentioned District of quaFortis or Vitriolseized within the District of Bt-
His Honor WILLIAM PiLLIPrs, President. Rev. Massachustt, against certain goods, waresand mer ton and Charliston, for alleged violation, of the
Jocs LuTs;rzO, D. ,ic-ireid ; Rev. JoseN S chandize,viz.-One trunk containiugsixly-scven silver laws of the tuiitedStaes.,
BUCKMINSTER, *-ret., Mr.stTAPAN Tre SWyatches, twenty paper buundiesofsilver CigarrTubes And trial will be had oneacih of the aforegoing, ItI-
.,PjERc, RecJrdit ng Se retsry ; Mr, i on TAAN e ra- three packages and a-number ofioose horn Cigarr formations, at a Distric. Court of the United States,
Tur ses -Revr JOiN G EW o, sD.DTRev.Jasem; Fre Tubes"forty-five paper boxes, each containing the in- to be held at the Court-Rntms of the United States,,
Tit sTis -Rev. Joh f /ibo(, D. D -Re. James Free- Tubes -fortyfi v e paper boy in the t OOf BOsiton for the Ditrict of Ilassachn
ean, D. D.-Rev. Eliphaltk Py ter, 9. D.-Rev..Abid terror work ofa watch,one small straw box ofJewellry, in the town of osItOn, for the Dissret of Iassacht-
nan, ,D. D.-Rev. Elihe Pptpr, rD. -Rev. one paper box containing enamelled Chains for watch- 'I etts, on the fourth Tuesday of June instant, at 10
.otmes, D. D.-Rev. Thoias BatlawVn,D. D.Rev. Charles s ad er ornaments, seized within the District of q'clock,A. M. ofwhich all person, int red will take
,' iell, Samuel Salisbu'y,saac Parke, writer Hon.s, Boto and Charlestown, for an .alleged violation of notice, and govern themselves according,-.
ilJohn Tuter, q. J aact P r r, EsHone. et .oal Esq. the laws of the United Sta es. Dated .at Boston, this fifth day of June, A.iD. 1812.
SahtnTte Perad t, E*q Jost t. i ay, Esq. Js en'y HSill, Esq An itormnation by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of JAMES PRINCE, Marshal.
Samuel PDao sq. Jose ay, Esq. y ll, ti United States for the above mentioned District of Co.parti er-hip.
.E'.q. Deaco: Jiohn Sipki. s. Massadhusetts, against certain goods, wares and mer- HE Subscribers inform the public, they have this
At thelatnnual meeting bf 'the Society for propagating chandize, viz.-TThirty one silver Watches,scizcd with- day entered ,into Parrngrship, and in future
the ,ospae.moni tMe Iult:ns and others iv Aorth America, in the District of Boston and Charlesown, for an alleg- heir business will be transacted .under the firm of
the following officers were elected :- ed violation o6ihe laws of the Unsit, Stales. BRYANT RG STURGIS,
His Honor WuIL.LJtssM ILLIrs, Esq. President; Rev. An Informatidnby George Blake, Esq. Attorney of : ILIAM BRYANT,
JouHN LATHRalP, D. D. Vice-President; Rev. ABIEsL the United States for the above mentioned District of WILIAM STURGIS.
Hot.Mes, D.D. At,,.,'; Rev. W.tLLI.aM E. CuAN- Ma.sachunetts, againfstcerta.n goods, waresand mer- BT o
ItiNG, ASSIS(. Secretary ; Mr. SAMUEL H. WALLEY, chandize, viz.-Four hundred and twenty-three bales ston lJ 1. 1, -
Treastirr ; Rev. JoHN EutoT, D. DI, Fice-Treasurer;- of Piece Goods. twohundred and sixteen bale' and par- They have (or sale at 't, Fosters oharf-- -
Select GOesnitte-$aMTJE Sas.tsaSY, Esq.; Idon. JoH, .cels of tlie same, tweiy Gunnty Bags,one hudred and White and brown H avana Ssgar anknMusova -do
SDavSs; Hon. TuOMsas DAWE; Rev. JEDIDIAt MORss, ninety buiiidls AffTwine and Lines, seventy-two deep ; Company and short yeUow Nankinms; Hys
DD.; Rev. JoaN ELor, D.D. with the PRESIDENT, SeaLines,onelhundredand forty-k4ght coils Hair Rope, Tea, Hamtiton and AIhert's cargoes, some min small boxes5
DD.; Rev.EC and ETaauor four hundred and forty-eight bags Sugar, two hundred for families; Sumatra Pepper ; Cassia, in boxes of ex-
SECETAY TREASU.bolts o Country'Canvtas, two thousand Gunny Bags in cellent quality-alf th, acnvartictes, entitled to Debenture
The Quarterly Charity Lecture will be preached in bulit, one trunk muster of (he cargo, four packages of Plaid Sarsnes,figgured do ; colored SatiAs; a small
the Old South Church to-morrow evening, by the Rev. Goods, one trunk of Piece Goods, one other trunk of box of Musk .; and zeroon of Cochineal.
Mr. 1-I.LE same, twobales of same, three boxes Indigo, one t;eree june 6
of Gum for sizing, three barrels of crude Borax,, one To. the Hon. Senattq and the Hon. House of
* To CORRESPONDANTC, O5, hundred bolts OqfCanvas, six bundles ofTwine, seven- Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachu-
-A pressure of important political matter has neces- y-two bags of.dry Giuger, fourteen triks of Shoes, set, in General Court.assembled.
warily excluded several Communications. and advertis- three bales of Goat Skins, three balesofditto,one trunk r r HE proprietors of the Canal Bridge. respectful-
ing favors. of Muslins, two bales 'of Cotton Fringe, .two bales of I ly represent, that bySitautes of this Comimon-
ng or. iece Goods, one bale of Check Shirts',one box of Silk wealth enacted Feb. 27,1807, and Feb. 26, 1808, they.
MARRIED]-TIn Newburyport, Mr. J.oHN Moons' Goods, three boxes of Chairs containing one dozen were authorized to erect a Bridge over Charles-River,
-to Miss MAlY SARGENT. each, seized within the Distriar of Boaton and Charles. on' conditions burthensomne to them, but generally ben-
In tis toawn, Mr. Moses BON15, to Miss MARY Los- town, for an alleged violation of the laws of the Unit- eicial to the State, that by said acts they were required
IN -ed Sates. : ', to'construct two several drawers and wharves for he
Bsy he Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr.iWA 'iWICK JONES, o An Information by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of accommodation of vessels in passing aid bridge, andjto
Mis B T T E ONES E. the United Staies for the above mentioned District of pay to the masters o' every vessel -of a certain rate of
Massachusetts, against certain merchandise, viz.- Fif- tonnage so passing, a duty of ten cents per ton; and
,'ED]-IlnRoibury,Sd inst.MrotiNC. TosNs,.Et. teen puncheons of Rum, seized within the District of they further state tliat t-.a' dr.aErs in said bridge
66; funeral this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from his late Boston and Charlestown, for an alleged violation of the would be injurious thereto, and inconvenient to tray-
dtwelliig-houseii p)riing-street; relatives and frieuds laws of the United States. I ellers,without being capableof any use or advantage ;
are re I" ted to astnr,J ..il,.i.t fur.hbr in,si ,Liion.'He An Information by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of and that said duty ihas betme.an inducement for ves-
e*a, a deciple of Wa :', and.1 ., ,hn." 1, n .!the iit-ut iate, tar ithe above mentioned District ofa ,, sel to as aund repas said hr,.gee or thli oLjec ofre-
Ins th,sI,,o., An S.iutda y l,' the only eild of Mr. Msai.nhureti,, .,gi t- crtaia goods and merchandise, cei.vingsbe-sanie,.thereby consumingg .the-aoeo-accru-
Soe t n-i nlls v z -Thier helests o T-ea, seized within the District i pg .o the proprjetors frmi the toll allowed for trav-el
yeserdayv norniigr, Deacon DANELt. S, 'e.-'EI. I;, cI i,,:n and Charlestown, for an alleged violation of of said bridge, uid robbing'them of the fruits of this
funeat aeral thisfternodi, at 4 o'clock, from his late dwell- the lawsofthe United StaLes. .enterprise. .Wherefore they pray that 'he circumstsan-"
ing houses inEsrex-street the friends and connections An Information by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of ces may be .investigated, and that they uay be rqliev-
of the fan lyv ar requested to attend without a more t0le United States for the above mentioned District of ed.fronm the enormous and unequal burthens to which.
Particular invitatloi assachusetts, against the following merchandize, viz. they are subjected. WILLIAM PrAYNE, .
particular u-tao. --. -F ive hundred hjogfshda of Salt, seized within the JON'A AMORY, jun.
CENTIN'E" I'MARINE "JOURNAL. District of Boton anud Charlestown, for an alleged vi- JOSP'n COOLIDGE, ju'n.
olation of the lawsof the United States. EN'R FRANCIS,
1 PORT o'p BOSTOn--1812. Ar Information by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of THO's C. AMORY,
TRtDAY, J.e s_-A-r. sch'r. Mary, from Camden ; the United States for the above mentioned District of, Bostan, Mfay 28,1812. AND'w CRAGIE.
Ha'ppy-Couple, Frenchman's Bay; sloops Union, Bath; Massachusetts,,against certain merchandize, viz.--
Alert, Kennebunk. Number cleared coastwise. Seventy tons of Plaster of Paris, seized within the Dis- Commonwealth of AMassachusetts'.
trict of New-Bedford, for an alleged violation of the IN SENATE, JUNE :., 1812.
Nsaws, "V-D MARIN.S 2'IMORANDA. laws ofthe Uoited States.
Saisgled C I, -The fishinE sch." DrmoofSalisbu- An Informato'n by George Blake,]Esq Attorney oF, On the petition afiresaid, Ordered, That the
aaSgC T s eizd D Mshsr. the United Stattes for the above mentioned District of petitioners cause "an attested copy of their petition,
j:," with cargoEf Engli Goods was.seized by Messrs. chanwith this order tihereon, to be published in the Coltm-
Eaton and \Vesi,, Custom-h6use odlicerp, on Thursday Massachusetts gainstcertain mercandit ia CeineandIndependent Cnic printedin Bo
ev eing last, in ti.ti port. The goods are said to be "twenty tons of Paster of Paris, seied within a least, before ihe third'Wednesday of, the
fom,.-or by whom 0-ned, is not knowri.. laws of the United States. inerestse may then ppear, ad shew case, (if any

eie a lod of rel, from Concord ; ut ie diver Forty-five ts of Plater o Pan s, sleged violationof the In he House of Rprsenatives, e 112

, not being disposed to permit the officers is over- DistrictdofoNew-Bedf,,rd, fox antwhlegedviolation ofhe Reaacnd soieurred. e 1.
haul hislad.the lape thought proper to remain by laws nformationy George Blake, Esq. Attorney of OHY BIGLOW
a n, theUnited Statesr above mseneioned District of A tripe, Gepy.Se tteay
S that the barrels. containesd...not a L ringstntanaiclet" M r se sac"usts, againstaefoloing.nr oresl .bga .. n. .ntdwn.e- .
Sbat cranberry ies. "'Massac"u"tmaCoir b a v n o ser o aiss c r or ve se DIXVILLE ROAD LODTERY .
Sh Citizen has arr at Ne-York fro the it the Itted States of about one hundred tons burthen, IXVIL.eo ROAD l OTTERY ,.
oft Wahingt it 4' fi. t i fr Gover- calledsthe Msary, and her tackle, apparel andTfurnsiture, res. o r dr
ep.ne. This jia roof-positive that if Wp r tako s place sei ed at i ftha ftthe ClU tenaP O -- Nb.-e l.laO f 10.d.Nsr"e our5,js.
it will be com'entced wth dayri. o r An Inform tion .y George Blake Esq. Attorney of 499, 5503, 1578,'--Of S7.-no's 4, 1129,'21h0,
Ship Citizen, Alen, 40fdays from Cadiz, ar..at N. the United States for the above mentioned District of 7 A99. O,, 5066, 12586, '10740.-- f 20-3669s,
York last Wednesday,deft, April, sa, siebrgs Gleaner Massachusetts, against a certain ship or vesse o the 6419 8757,.4780, 6114,4824, f23aS, 78, 12475.
Ann-Maria, Arhiadae, Ehza.-Mary, Sally, sch rs Taber, cited States c dhe Gnges, of ibout two hadred The wheels are growg rbic OT havitRg gainE'd.~'S302.
S and Mary, foHr Philad; Wm.-Wilson; Perseverencei, and sixty-five tos then, t ogether with her tackle First d-awn number on M ene S 8 100.-
Packard; Ority-Sqi Hewitt, fov Baltimor% ; Oner n, apparel'and furniture, seized .within the 1 strictof Ticlketsrisen Thursdayc morug tb 6,antd Quarters
N. nbur,.rt ; E.-Ih..a, Salemr; Montgo;mery.Nor- Bosio and Charlestown, for aalegedviolation of.thcS 62. A fewTickets and Sartrers watrranted ttundrawi ,
folk; Ld.irp,',ol-Packet, Mrslesll, do; pocahootaus,. law of .ae United Stares. for sale a; GILBERT & Des for.u.luine Loehy and
tillians, ; Treaty,Davi, Charleston; hhn- An Information by George Blake, Es. Attorney of exchange Office in the Exchange-Building, who have
son,Boston; Nelsn, Atkins, do Sailed, ship Baltic t.United States for the above mentioned District of already sold he highest prize,yetawttin town, b-
AykenN.vYork, r .. fl eM a, h assachusetts, against certain schooner or vessel of sides several of 0, 5o. and ,dls and mny of.small-
omria-By an arrva t N fowe learn, ha e Uited States, called the er of about sixtone er magnitude, this Ltter. Happy before it is
flourtwas c at. -digr t dollars per bblhatCSt.iroixle ri on burthen, together with he tackle, apparel anid tdo late.- 6 -
The sloop Ameriacsoas 1er .Phlp Iefron Edetiton, f 'ieure seized Twithni the District -cof Boston and f i APRlit
or Boston,rr. ati N. York last Wednesday :-A shi Charlestown, for an alegd violtio of the law of the and Dollars
and sch unknownt) had ar. below N. York ; and the is'iteaw States. 'fie s.fral aGf T& rDort 1i Lo e d
Mary, hBulkley, had cead fa r Boston. An- Informatioi by George Blake, Esq. Attorney of W tL b d awn otf of sA Whee sif w Ua ea
Schs Idependece, Smih, ad Lydia, Beams, for. he Uited Stes f she above mentioned District of l re t sa, a. t r r -
Boston ; Nancy, Burges, for Eastport, and Equality Massachusetts, against a certain ship or vessel of the ses altaofd 5,d "'.we s, of .aIDG l's RN.heo. 7Ir .-
SPeabody, for Slem, cleared at BaltimOre 13th int.-- Uied States, of about two hundred and forty-five EtaitO.r where a correct list tie Drawing mayN.
The Hiram, Barker, 60 days froLion, had ar t tobrthen called the ar. Aniqa, together wi hert be exam-tidee, .ThCeie CET RiSfna fe dray".
Sh d flerrom t an adnathau rthfzB. ',R. keepdi record of all hti numbers in the nisn
Schi Clyde; of Salem, ited from Havanaabout theu s of tonad iiteSt ate vl n Ce/fe-eltit',t/a drawitug in the City of Ner-York,
Bigt ncrease,of ,larblibhead,viGeorgilown,at. at AnInformaoh by aeorge Blake, Esq. Attorney of 'Ic ind r e pe W
IJstlespn20,hs uelh; sloopOlive,feom Nantucket, 2d the United States for the abovementioned District of Dirsille Road and Utiuan Coluhge Pirises will ,be roceiv-
TSeMlary-Aptter o.,.on,tandbrigAugustns,Rich, United States catled the jcu,aboot hreehtundre.. COOK hs e
Brig Llosu/ucker, for Portland ;sch'rs Sahly-&-Bet. parrel and furniture, seized within the Dstrict of Boa- O ove d is Ofice,'to l-14South side of she
had cleared at Philad 2d ist 'lhe sch Wiliat, fro Laws of the Unisted S tates O ET-HOU NO. and
Robbins, from Bostn ; sch'rs Ui, from Porsmo', the United States for the abovemtentioned Distteit of SHOt, No. S2, Corihill, ahd podsdaion given
and Joseph, Pretitiss, fr. Portland, had ar. at Philad. Massachusetts, against a certaji schooner or vessel of immediately. Apply to OLIVEa SHER.MAN, 16
the Unisted Stases of the bhirthen of about] twetty-five Long-wharf, June 6.
rahoikl Beast, afrom .Liverpu, 8; atsdoolh h brichfona tons called she" Lively, together with her tackle, appar- -E .-- ---
tra, Conkldn, tro Boston, 8 and sch O.-Bran2t from rel and furniture setaed within the -District of Boston he LET5 ind ilinkdiate PoSs-
Brfat losit her fore arsd maintopavtst in a squal., of- an',Charlestown for an alleged violation of the Lawssof sion givesr-a ccdnVentiet De-F.r.iNc-House,sit-
he -bar. Tle Cle patra upfr Boston, if fr't offered the United States. nuated attbe.northwe t end of Sheeale.streic, bounding
SroEN.-May SI, lat. 39 ,lon. 7.3, barque Angeno- An Information by George slake, Esq; Attorney of dn Snowliill.., Rent ,180 dols. Inquire of ToenseS
ria from N. Orieans for Liverpbol-April 25, lat sh the United .States for the abovementioned District of CLas. June 6
nn'to0.Srit Mar'aret. of Boston, 28 days from Alex- Massachusetts, againstthe following Goods and Mer- ,7-r..i -

a'dra for ,- h, ia -1- t p-5, Ito 4o,7 -'po'ahon- e"handizei viz.-uOne piece ot Ote, two pieces oft lack V a.,i.. .ar/ Cn i
a odrfoafornCad s;- frti9tmlaisona L on. and one piece of mixt Cassimeres, three piece of light A Convenient aisd pleasantly kituited Dwelling
'ta, of Bston,21 day from Alexaidria for Lbon. ixt, one piece of blue, one piece of drab', tne piece of HOUSE, in the centre of the town, rent about
7 ANTED--to livein a.Siall 12-111 snusifcotlotred and two-pitces of 'lghlt Broadclo.hs,. 400 dollars. A line left at the Oerititel. Coun- ing
J a BOY f 1 or 18 year cf age. Inquire seized within the District of Barnstalle, for a alleged Room, directed to A L tialaeing tilte situa'on will be
!etiael ount ig R.oo'. -' june 6; vidlatioh of the Laws of the United States, ateonced t.o'' junmt6

r'.HE Trustees of thlie WASHINGTON MONU-
'.MEi'NT ASSOCIATION, are iitified tlata Meet-
ing will'he luldenibY;rt adjournmeft, on U-SDlAY, the
9Zh ins, at.'otut'rt i Hall, at 1 o'clock,.A. M. for' the
Perorder of' the Hon. Gen Bior, .' ,,
SJune 6 .ENJ. RUSSELL, Sec'y.
M E Mi E BERS of the.Socic:y arc rentindded, that their
.-A. Modihly Meeting wil) beholdgsi at .:hi Ei, 1,,
C.'-, f ../- o.t TUESDAY EVENING' ..st, t hi|
rpat 7 o'e.ock.. ..
, A meeting ofth' S'anding Committie will take place
on Saturday evening the 6th instat o'clock. Gentlci
;nendeslroun of beconY'ing Members of the Society ar.e.
nioafmed, *dhat.spplicatilon for that purpose must be
.wade t a member of the standing Committee or of
on ofthe Ward Commi-ttees, '
june 6 .: LE3MUEL' SHAW, Seq,/.-
MassachuseLLs ''.Utual 1'ire4i'stiraAice

'T HE foliowin .kre thb Oflicqer for the year ensiipg.
.-Tristram Barnard, 'President; 'Andrew Cun-
nirigliam, 2Treasurer ; Russell, S urgis, Jona'lia Hun-
newell, Benjasnih We!d, George G. Lee, Daniel Mqs-
singer,.Sahnimel Gore, Sanmel Snelling, John Winslow,
John P1hiliips, James Phillios,. ElshaTicknor, James
White; Joseph Tilden, William Mackay and Redford
Webster,'Directors, -. n 6
JUST received, and for sale at the Circulating Library,
J No. 3, Scuoot'-sTraTr,
Lorillaid's' MACCOBOY SN.U'F by. the
dozen or single bottle. .
gL'-Additions continually making of all Newo Publi-
cations of interest, to the .
Boston Union, C', ti ',:n :." ."
june 6 .

iRum 3d Mii"'.A-.s. ,
This Day, at I1 o'Ilock,
; Opposite No 53, Loo-wharf' .
o, hhds Rumn, superior flavor and
protIf-fO hbd5 best retail i Moa','ses -
T'ist iay, at 11 oclck, -
"' ,. At, No 32, Indtlia-wharf, ,
,X2 h.hJ Mnuscivado ugars, -2 hhda
green' Cofie. CHANNING & STURGIS, auctre.
Q.,n Mondatyisext, sit 2 o'qluock
SOh Philadelphia-lP.cket-wh'.f--wituout reserve, .
2:00 bxesfeS h Leinons, 6 pipes 4tHl
pro'f Gin. Conidiio n at sae ,
randyy at Auction.
S T-iis Pay, at 12 o'clock,
.. .. '.ppo$si I',o 16, Long-wharf,
.. Io:T pei hng,.4th proot POI doe ;ux
BRANDY,of an escallent ciuajity on liberal credit.
S .. JONES CO. auct'rs.-
On Tueday uxte -t li o'clock,'
AtTa- or G '.r, 'sI. rcc'-- enhtraI-st.
, 2.bags fiiSt .'s.qlit. Pim-r;to ; 20
o ,.-. Ill a lsw -hhds R.ittn I; i15 bbses Cord.ialj
I ton H emp. -, ., "
Oil Tuesday ne "kt,, .i, 1 2'cock,'
SOposi(e No India-stree,-
S,2 Rss Cables, 12 & ,14 nch,-drin-
titled to Iebhent ie ;' bale PRavens uick ; iO iijec.s
half do. Tei at ale., ., .
S' TALOR _GAM AGE, actrs.
Sheriff's .5;ic.

Walecs& Beale,. ,.': Su'Foli, .osi, TJune5, I 2.
No. 1., ISndia W/iarf; Have for sate, Taken by execution, an, will be sud at Public.
NOW Laiding from brig Juliana, from ilazsia, Auction, "itS Da~s, t i ololock, at 4 L. Pai'
140 boces brown, UGAR Iiby-street-
16 hali boses white A Variety cofHou.e Furniture, viz.-
june 6 -..Feather Bed, field Bedsteads, Bureaus, Desks, .
lMoiasSes easy Chair, Tablles, Basnboo and Kitcheii Chairs, Iroit
SIXTY Hhds Havana MOLASES nouw landing from Shovels and Tongs, Ifender, small Sidelhoard, set Cas-
S :brig Oliver, for sale by ALANso0N TualiER, No.. 5, to",, 2 Couches, Crockery .s. ti .- V ., s, &c.
Broad-street. iune 6 Also--10 gold as, silver '..' iche, bbi Sugar.
Cotton. B. GILLINI'., Ltes'1, hers5 .
Cotton., L .
TOSEPH RIPLEY, No. 3, Indhi-street,-has for saje- Sheri 's Sale.,
J 140 bales UPLAND COT'TON, of a superio- qual- Suffolk, s. .. '.ston, Junei 3., 1812;
ity, being very cleaa'and free from seeds and moies- On Mood.1,' next, ..the 8thtinst'. will be sold at.
suitable for manufactures. Oti a credit for approved Public Vendue, to satisfy an execution,
notes. jane 6_- O NE undivided- half of a Gallery Pcvi
lsaaC McLellan, No. 123, i" the ]ateRv. VMr". mersok,'s Meeting-
No. 31,Long-wharf, .' Has fir sale, House in Chauncey-Place.
SEVENTY hhds 2d and 3d proof W. I. Rum, of fire Sdie on the premises at Ii o'clock, A.I*.,
t flavor; 6 hhds very high 4th proof W. I. Ruin; Also, on the same day, at I o'clock, P.M.
20 tons Norway Iroi; 4 bags Hops; few balesqCotton, No 60, Orangeistreet,
and a few bbls Sugar. : I Bathing Tbb,-an)d 1 Clock.
Landing from sch. Chase-SO hh'ds good retailing ,. BALDV Wf,- 'ep'y .Skerit,
Molasses .June 6 SIt OCK.
Rum,Molasses Suga. To be sold at Auction .on 7lurmdat; next, June
L. CHANDLER, No. 21,' Lo g r, has for .I, at o'clock, on ile floor of the ix. Coffee-house;
'. sale, just,landed-556 hhds W-I-'Rumt, of vatriois 11 RT1 o te Eso e f h it M I
qualities, some of very high proof; 10 hhds Moiassde, RT of the Estate of- te lhte Mu->
just landed'atiti,'s iao/ta haf' go Mac-tkay-30 Shares ifi Boston Baiik ; 50 do iii
7In Store--Broe n Havana'Sugar. j'une 6 Union Baqk ; 15"do in Massachusetts Bank ; 1600 d
Phihdcphia Letter Papet-. q 6 per cemt. daferred- Stock ; 20 Shares ip the Miiddl-
Philadelphia Letter Paper. canal, wit.a'i"e a ressmenis aid.
se Cana l, wishall tle assessments.patd7.
.ENRY S. WALDO, No. 20, Cor'ihill, has just re- nd -street--w -&.
H ceived, I ease fine PhiladelphiaLeter Paper;very India-treet-harf
cheap, for Mierchants: ise. Also---Large assortment-of To be sold, by order of the Broad-street ARodiation,
.Quihls A d Fancy Articles;p,a&alyfo4.nd-at a Bookand td eloie their corceein-*'.
Sta(iouary Store. juoe 2 T .HAT -well -kr-.no ifia'fd valu:tble
S..liiucl B-tlttll & b.on, V.'HARF called lhdia-,treet si/tarf, ,wilh a ll the
M,/OST respectfully inform their friends, and the Flats and Privileges belonging there o. ,dIso, sundry
.IY public 'geneiraily,.that they will pleasarably azd .'lts on Central-streer, so called, suiable tor Store Lots,
promptly attend to any'cumm ,nil, .vhcIl, lti. gbd cit- f'il other Lots in the rear, of iLem. Also, a nmall Lot
iens of this metropolis. m-, be pl.edo make on on Crah.lty,ad a Lot a'nd old brick Store in Cen-
f t h i s m e t r o p o l i s e p le s e d t aak eJl-s. r t.. .
shem,in the lite of aieir iuein,,,se,esher 1,1 ;.-, House, tral-tree now occupied by John. iucPer.-The saleto
Sign or Ornamettai PAINTINd and GLAZING. be at the Counting-Room o the Wha lrfinger,on Ttfis-
Brattle-street,eittrini _Elm-street, Bositoi, rune 6. A,,'ithe 9;h June, noon, when die condi.;6ni of sale
Chea boxes terColo will be madeed.novi; and a plan of theiot's-xhi'bied.
Cheap boxes ot V iater .Colours. T' K. JONES & co. auct.
OR ale by JAMES W.BURDTT at Fran A g d an for-bpecu tion.
India a'er Colours, in boxes, ith draw loik and Will fe sold at Pisblic Vendue, at the house of TillqF
key-the boxes also cosnuain India ik, Pencils, Pallets, isuttric', Innhotder, iri Concord, onTiEsrAT, th-
and other articles-price S.-.ii>, Reeves' .Tater 9th day of June next, inut] at i1 a'clo'k,; P.M.
Colours in. boxes of various siaei, Camel's Hair and ABUI one thousand actes of Land
Lead Peficils, Drawing Paper, Gold sndd Slve- Paper. lying ii Stiation, termonit; and being part of the
Si.)lrth a-cttirg '. .-- I :.0. D.tar.'. Estate of Peter Aijrrett, late of C6ncord,beceased.
first Drawn -':ck *o d ,,t -. Condition made krinowi at the.sale.
HE first Drwn cket o M ay next, ll be JAMES ARRETT, Adin'r.
e tie 1000 IDOLLAS tnd Conicrd, a, 16.,LS .

1r-.TCt.ETS RISE,- -. Valuable Real state at Auction. '
dn Thursday Morii:hg next, to 6i and 'Iuartetrs t On Mbndary, 15th June, at 12 o'clock,i
I1,62. On accovint of the rapidity of't he Drawing the Will'be offered for salad,
Cap al Prizes are almOit continually coaging out of T iAT valuable and noted range of
wheels, 'consequntlty 'th whose w ish to rik a trifle to I -
draw a Fortune, or have soote Prize, hav, but to sl'p- BRICK BVILDIN S i, C -si-a sRE, now in
ply themiselveswitlh TicKETs td QUARTER, it he occupatoiU of CalvMt Groaser. Mre need not ba
R i. KDDEn iSR, said it favor of i situation so convenient ard central,
S l' I ,thani that the buildings have lately been put in com-
'Rel Tileoid No. S iMarket-squpre, where te-pfee repair...aud that the Estate will positively be of-
1rszes are sold amd at wiich place, ihev may be had feared for sale to the highest bidder. For terms, apple
tf'ard,i o'clock, on Wedfinesday J.ening isoxt. .-... _, ....
;.For the accominodas ion ot all .who wish to examie
their numbers, T. keep's complete lists of all the Pr- Jloh Parker & Sons,
* zes and. Blanks in the above Lottery. .Also-in Jotl ". 20, Lsng-whearf, ioe ir rsale,
Great Utaim .Collegi Lotire,i, both oQwhicli may be seeh T. ANDED from brig Betey-lo-]0 casks Molasses.
at all rimes free of eipetice. "" I Frao. m sclir. C'ynth/ia-80 casks Moltisses.
.y- The fate of Tickets belonging tb persbs aitSt d:i Ldndi.gfrom doofi Science-10 ptecgs Raveni iDucit
tlsie wili be sent tlem, if they 'wish it when the.draw- 6o hhds Molasses,
ing is completed, and for their acco-nmmilation, the alidingJrs i sloojfi raos*-.~-56a cask, Mola-"es.
numhbrb of all dhe Prize.3 over 10.dolls; :vill be publish: IN STORE-' '
edtas they are dra n, in all the B6ston newspapers.- i710 pieces Riussii and 845 pieces Ravfihs DU CK;
idne 6 408 pieces Russia Sheetings;
S' 'NOTICE. 70 tons Russia ai)d Swedes lion
WXHEREAS I have heretofore published an aider-- b0'ton.1 Riusia Hemp i .p
tisement, offering a re*'ard of Fifty Dollars for 542 lhds. 778 bbls. and 581 bags COFFEE ;.
the api'pshending' of a p'erb M tilling himself Briggs," 8 hhd3 Muscovadp Sugar;
w'hlo on the night of the'6:h of May tatt stole a Horse Y5 boie/'Haivadi and Bratili.Sigar;
from my stable ; but ftidtding himto be a worthless va. 150 tons Carnpachy Logwood;
gahohd,I th'iitk it my ditynot togivearewardofmit'e 'il0hhdsTurksIslantl Salt;
thenifive dollars anud no charges. People will there- SO hbhds. and 124 bags COCOA; |
fore take notice arid ovcrri t l emselves according. 4P asks Dutchi Nail ; 2 casks Hodey ;'
WARREN BATCHELLER. Qteantity Pepper. JuneC
oeith Proidecee, June.2, 181. .. CARRIAGES.
rj:( be 5 or O LETJ'----a large cOm1- ITSEPH REAi, has for sale, 6 new Chaises; I nese
modious brick Dwvelllng HOUSE, pleasantly sit Gig, onia new model, ry light &.trong3; second
uated i n the old parish of Casmbridge. Said HoUse has haatd Chaiies.; Coach and Harness of the first quality
been .built but two years, is composed of the best ma- 150 baf plated duke Pitts ; 20 pieces Top Linings .
trials, and finished in a neat and fashonable tyle. It 6000-'w.skirting and harness Leathe.r.
will be Soldior Let, upon very advantageous terms.- N. Bh..-Wanted, Journeymen Harness Makers or
inqdsii atHeCenatiniel Cdunting Roomn. june 6". Stichers. 6W Ch&fest(wu, Jtne 6.
SO6be LE'--and immediate posses- FO Sale-a g d el il Stae ,
a"nt" givt" '' '""U" cheap for cash, or etcluanged fo ,a light carri3gd
Also, given, oUSE N. .I-t treet-- or chaise: Apply t THEOPHILLIS THAYtRi
Also,4 C'hambes, inHouse No. 7. Itntjuire of ALLE Quincy. june 6
Bowkfs T-cker'i Pstuire. june 6 Quncytjune6 1
S.-Gentleman who ,hasa small family "Se.-
elteslnan we d"asansmall f ily RUNAWAY from the subscrilvr on thie 3d inst. adi
.and lives ia a teitraland pleasant situation, wish- indented apprentice, by the name bf HOR-EA
ie td take aon or two Gentlemen in his family to Board. MARSHALL, thick set, dark completion, short dark
Inquire at the Centinel Coutrinig lbom. hair, had on when he went ar ay a shdr-c velvit coat
F OUR .Clerks of stores can be ac- and trow.-ers. Anf person who will appr.chend ar.d
ommodated with BOARDi at. N6.1 Middle. return said runaway shell receive.the above forward,
street, ofp'osite :he head of Cross-strese, iti a private and no charges paid. All persons are forbid larboi-
family, wherd there are no stiall childreti. june 6, ing or trusting si.d runaway upon the utmost rigor i.
-. thielaw. ISAAC HALL.
A Gentleman and Lady can be accomn wrenthas', april 18s, 811
.niodatid wi.h Lodging and BOard, arid have a ihan"'"so 'e and con
par or to themselves, at WMs. H-ti.'s Boarding-House, 10 B i'.I a handsome and cOn*
Cambridgc-por:iat the late residence ,f J. Loring As-. venient Brick Stable, for a term 9f three y'ett
tii, Eq. june 6 or le8s-l-art of the rent may be.paid i C rriag'hire.
Itquire at the Cestint Csouasn:iging kotml $t

-V 5

Vc ounst

AS -the writer of the following SONG has
ecendyi'becomeo a conspicuous character, in being
madethe caiidilte of democriacy fortheSped.er's
-chair, and other offiscs, its publication will ans-
wvr tvo good purposcs-First, it will. furnish
the public wilh ia rave specine(n of the talent, ap-
titude of mind, and discrimiiating sagacity of the
Candidate ; and, seo'i,.'y, as tlie gal'cry f demo-
cratic Purti-aits which is exhiibited tchereltt have
been drawn by a gentleman who the ptrso ins
which have set for them soNW declare to be a
man ofjudgme.,t and correct princi[es, tIhe Like-
nessts will not be likely to be denied. Yours,
&c. 2o C*UN''T.

A- SON(.

[Wrltten by JO'HN IHOLMES, Es.ofAlfrJd.]
TUSS in 1810, MienuiI MyA1-t tkpy."
TruiN in 1a2, The Tinker taureds Taylor."
H-E rork County Demos,of late, had a meeting,
The&bject was great, but the party was small,
The Marshpl (a) had is 'To rag, tag and bob-tail, to meet at his cad.
H-e call'd for attention,
While he made objectionl
To GoltaE's re-elecetron,
And wiih'd they'd be nmu.-:
But while he was stating
The cause of the meeting,
The Caucus userS prating,
And. calling for--Rum.*
Soon af.er refre hmett-, a question was started,
-If Justice and Triath, r if Spirit and L'es,
Gould, wiih the mot hope of success be imparted
To gain- the- election, and carry the prize':
VNath'.(b) the.bully,
Then argueto fully ; l
When black Saco Billy, (e)
And Samuel (d) tIhe dumb,
W4;ih Juseplt (e) the thick-pate,
And BTen. () the apostate,
And Stephe (g) the ing.rite,
All voted for-Rumi. .
Ili. -
'the farnouts T- KX-'(h) then made them a speachmiet,
And said in the Cause he had always beenrhearty ;
He swore it was wrong id procure Iris impeachment,
lnasdsuch. ai to cheat" was the right of his party ;
With united expression,
They siid 'twas oppression,
To puhisdh transgression-
'Twas all but a hum ;
Tho' his hoaor were slain,
He could raise it again,
And could wash out ihe stain,
Wiih a h6gs'head of- ummn.
IV. : -
ftNh MarshaTremark'd here's a goor weekly printer,
insipid and stupid he has been from his youth;
A bribe will induce him to lie foryis party, ,
tTr 'll %ear he would starve by telling-the truth."
Then dram-selling Keitle,(i)
And h.rtee-tgdagnLittle,(k)-)
Agreed, to a tittle,
lIn the.plax. and the suma; -
hen the bargain was madt*
And the money *as.paid, -
And they sanction'd the trade
With'a bottle of-.-Rnim-
A douitn next arose, how to aid thle-election,,
SThe ruis muii be bought, ,s they'd nonh.rg in' store ;
gut die Cai,c., agreed to re-mUve the Obj 'Clorn
'y sping-r. t ih Feds, and l/ cheating tm p.'r."
Might heo added in sater, '
Which wbud ver' y much alter -
AMd lessen the sum
isd.thtat odtmi andice, (Inm)
S'Id nbot be quite so nice,
wou'd join .n a.rficae,
And help pay for the Rum.
go, bribing he printer, and treating the voters,
G Was tlhe plan sihey adopted, the election to carry;
Aml ride, by thie:help of those tipsey supporters,
Inti oi"'ce,-by the votes they had purchas'd for Gtrrys
When all shouted applause,
To'ihe Jacobin Cause, "
And declared, by the laws,
They would never be dumb;
And iost solemnly swore,
TI'lbtn to r-elect GoaRE,
'They had rather give more
Than a hogshead of Ruum. :

(p) We bar all prosecution for libels by declaring
r'e merely suppose that Mr. Holmes here meant Mr.
TuoaRrot, the Mivarshal of Maine.
The historical election anecdote ofthe purd'ase of
Rum to carry on the elect-ions in York County, is well
(f) Supposed to mean NATHANIIL LaRD.
(c) Suipposed to intend the Hon., WM. MOODn, Esq.
(d) Siupposed to mean one SAMtEL LORDn.
(e) Supposed to portray the fEx-Hon. JoSEPH STORER.
(f) Supposed tomean theHon.BENJsAMIN GaEENE. .
(i) Supposed to noted the Hon. STEPHEN THACHERa.
~t,) Supposed to deisgnate one THOMAS KEELER, Es-
S',nr.e-uell know.
(i) Supposed to meat one KETTLE, of Limerick.
t) Supposed tonmean one Dr.LiT+jE, ofKennebunk.
(in m) 'The gentlemen Iere n aminj are supposed to be
the lrin.-MesrsV.oWuonos.-A, an Ex-Senator, and the
lon. Mr. RteE, 'vho ha been elected by both parties
a (ounsellor.- '' ,

'T HIS day pblslisheq l, the, 4th. No. of the Poeyant/.f, -
-.-new series-containing some particulars of the
late Rev. W'lliam Ee mersn I the Examtiner, No. Ill;
Letters from BOston; Romance in Real Life; Srory of
Maldosiata the General Lover; Ahialsiacta, No, XIII;
Original Lecter frum George A. Steseu.; Select Seisten-
ces S 8elecied.'-ietlf-The Nursiing ot True 'Lova To
'ottage.Oildren; To a Lady Weeping3 The Oak-and
the Reed.--The Dramai--Directions to Players, Frag."
Sitsents rehtng ou lthe History of the Stage in MasseIla-
setts, Botton heatra.-I.-ntei.tgence ; Coirespoundene.
-may-30 ; n ,r: ,, :- -
Dednam Academy. ,
R. CLARKE informs his friends and the publi,
.....th. -ip Summer Trmrn will comTmence on t e-"
nesday, Jiuq-1; ani that he has.a ysaency for two or
three ILads r[ bgar, is hiis family. The number of
scholars admitted ito time Aadeny s.pss.tAo exceed
twrea in dng a "ycfh fr8, His w hole aiep- '
.tqn:. wil be deroted to their literary atmd naqiial-ji-
prqvqlmen.t Scholars.will .he ta e anipgn,9is 1g-s,
,-.glis gr4tmmar,geography, ri eticsiad.thi'g.-"
'.t brancejas of satnutges, ait uadifiedfor a sdnis-'
ENonstpaoiso e Zhe M w sgrawdC'leg. as.
<.edh.am, t.a 0 .. ..
f'.O, beLET-a 'House; ir"th il-l the&
.reipisite coivenien&eei a family, situated iat

riacessrseet,. Nos 3. ?stsiureof HaeearlLtas# 4 -

toston Glast Mahufiaeory %

T I HE Proprietorirm the publici, ltaththy ha~e
J on hand, a large quantity of
6 by 8 1 J0 by 12 lI0 .y 17
7 by 9 IQt by 13 11" by. 15
8 by 10 10'by 14- I by '16' -
9 by 10 10 by 15 11 by 17 .
9 by 11 10 by 16 "
and all otlier sizes of BOS7 ON GLASS.
A'so-A quantity of 6 by 8 and 10- by 8, &t. ob
Ohefmsfird GLASS, at low prtces,`for sale at the 1ol~
ton dass House.
Order, for irregular sizes, will .)e executed at the
shortest notice-by applying to 0. F. KUPFER, at the
Glass Manufactory. -6a nov 20
C., & J. I-. Haywarid,
SNo. 40, Broad-street,
O FFER for'sale the residue of their Stock, on very
favorable tern.s-it consists of Broadcloths, Cassinqeres,
Imperial and Jfedford Cordi, Veiveteens, Genoa Cirds"
and Thickseet, Dimoties, black Caebi ics, Jaconet atda
Fancy Muolihs, cotton Hose, beat black, and blue, Eng-
lish Sewing Sile, black, blue, and.assorted rich silk
Twist, silk Ferrels, Lace, London co:ton Balls, Pins,
Buttons,- case camlet and satin Vests. Also-a few
English Mill Saws, of a superior quality. -
m'ay 9 Gw
French GOODS;
L ORD & FARNSWORTH,-offer for sale, a valua.
ble assortmentof French GOODS, consisting of
the followitig articles:-
I casesilk Shawls,. India Cottpas, Checks,
1 do Florencelustrings, On Hand-
r'do lack and while silk A general assortment, of
Hose, Broadcloths and Cassi-
I do Linen Cambrics, mere,
Elegant figured Bonnet Cotton Shawls,
Silks, Cotion Cambrics,
20dozen long black and Bvitisl.Sh.rtings,
colored Kid Gloves, Irish Linens,
30 dozen short do do ; Cambie Callcoies,
1 case Company Bandao- Cotton Hosiery,
nas, Handsome Vestings,
1 case do Flag, Umbrellas, &c, &c.
The above GOODS will be sold cheap for cash.
may 30
Superfine'French Cloths.
A SAPH STONE, No. 22, Statesstreet, corner .of Kil-
Sby-street, has just received and for sale-One bdle
real superfine French Cloths-viz. best super Rousseau.
black Broadcloths; do Elbeuf; blue do; do. do. green
and" fancy colors ; one ba'e French Caisimeres-viz
blute mixt and scarlet Cassimeres.
The above Goods will be sold bly the yard or piece
to acconimodate purchasers. may s33
Muslin Robes, Lace Veils, &e. &c.
TAMES READ, has for sale, at No, 101, Court-street,
J a variety of worked Muslin Robes; black and white
Lace Veils; black and white Lace half Hdkfs j plain
and figured Lenos, some very fine; 5-4 figured .shite
Lace; cambric Dimities; Sewing Silks ; blue Twist;
Kid Gloves; elegant black Lace half Slials;l Book
Muslins; Americani Ginghams, &c. &c. 'apr 2.1)
.Summer Hats, &c.
A. ROBERTS has for sale at No. 3, Court-street,'
(next to the Court-house Boston)-a very com-
plete assortment of HATS, all of which are of the new-
est style offashion,viz. gentlemen's, Lads' and Youtha'
Hats-different colours, and of every quality-price
from S.9 to 8 dollars.-Patent Willow Hats of differ.
ent colours, suitable for Stunoer wear, very elegant
and light,'at 13s6G-few Straw bonnets froat 76, to f5s.
liso-Raccoon, Muskrat, and Seal-Skins. The above
goods will be sold cheapJor cash only.
N. B. Hats, dressed and the shapes altered at shor
notice. 6w mavy 16
Horses and Chaises to Let at-,
Reduced Prices.
T O No. 20, Ora0ge-strec, (south-nd):keeps
J conastaly to Let, Hore.s and Chaise-Ladies and
Gentlemen's Saddle.-Horses, pleasant and well broke ;
the Horses, _ih.ise and H.rneis will be found in tmhe
best order, aid'every exertion made to please-Horses
.or Chaise can be had separate if wanted.
Gitlemnen from the Country will finlt it to their ad.;
vaintsge to put .up their HI-Irses at the sAove -Stable, as
it is uncommdnly cool and airy--and an excellent per-
son take the best care of their Horses and Carriages
-Horsre and Chaises or Saddle Horses supplied for
Jlng or short Journeys, at such prices as will make it of
importance for those who want, to call.
N, .Horses and Chaise, or Saddle Horses, taken to
any part of .the town. may 16
Musical Instruments.
FOR Sale, at N, H. HanHcaMAN Music Shop, No.
79, State-street, a large and elegant assortment of
Bass Drums, some extra large; common military do
Basic Viols, with brass screws; do common do; Tenor-
Viols; Vi olins, all qualities; elegant ebony Fifes ; cox-
wood do. silver plated and brab, tip,; Gciarinets ; Haut
boyi; German Flute., different pitches; patent and
common Flageoleti; bass viol and vioiin Bows, some
extra long.; instruction Books for all the above instru-
ments; bass viol and violin Strings beat quality; Ivory
and Bone Chessmen, aAd an extensive assortment of the
most fashionable walking Canes. Also, a quantity of
Ivory, in large teeth. 6w may 6
H Near tlie Square-Charlestow n,
SAS for sale, an extensive assortment of Medicines,
and Paints, which he will dispose of on the most liberal
terms for CASH or approved caenIT. .,
-Anmnag wUsich are--
200 gallons best Copal Varnsh; .
30S bbls. genuine Linseed Oil
1 case English Refined Camphor;
2 case Turkey Opium;
10 tons superior Black Lead, suitable for RoosA of
Houses and Ships Bottonms.
S. K. respectfully informs the Public that every ex-
ertion on his part shall be made in order to secure a
continuance of that patronage which has been so lib-
erally bestowed. H'i' compounds are faithfully pre-
pared, and no article either simple or compound will
ever be delivered which will not bear lthe strictest
scrutiny oi the .faculty. may 27
Superior Dutch Cheeses, and Mustard.
JUST received, a few red crust Dutch Cheeses; also,
J a few kegs Fresh Mustard from an approved Man-
ufactory,.for sale.by WILLIAMVI B. BRADFORD, Jr.
No. 4 South side the Market-House. May s30O
D R. B. SKELTON, respectfully iiform his Friends,
that he has Removed trom Reading, (Ml.) so Pdl-
him, (N.H.) where he willbe ready to'Attend on his
profession. may 27

X-VANTED immediately, to go into,
the Country, a day's ride from town, two fe-
male Domistics-cle one as Cook, and thie other for
Chamber Work. Good' wages will be glvei, and good
fecoinmeladotons required. Apply at the.Centitiel
uytpring Room. may SO
W /ANTS a iPlace, in a Gentleman's
faiilhy, a married Woman, Whi can -have rthe
.best.reeummendations elthes as a Wet Nurse,-0r to.take
care of Chilorens and do Sewing,. may 30SO
A Young Woman who can be weli
,....,rceqineaed, and undcrstandsMantuan iaking,
and-all kinds of Needleaork, wants a tiace in a genteel
.fmisuy. Intsuire at No. 93, 'Orarge-streeS. may 0

A Person wishes to take a CHILD to
Board, in a small.fantily where there will be good
cAre taken of it. Inquire at the Centitel Counting.
Room. may 30

: 'h Thre regular trader,'sch. GOOi fAM-
LOVELL, A. W. Loigst., master, will sail
with'all posgibl. despatch.; -f r Freiglht or Passagd,
apply to J. &" z,1. No. 28, Long-wharf. june 3
'. Philadelphia, !
] 4TH 'ilg CYRUS, R. Lana, mas-
ter, will s na today y next, having two thirds
cf her cargo onrbo~ :4 -r Freight or Passage, a p-
F ply to SAML S. Nw No..45, Long-wharf, or
to the master onboard sh i'vessel, south s'de Long-
-wharf. June 3
SHoit & Rogels,
No 9, Met kqt square, ave for sale,
T WO balesEngliis Sewing and.Salnon Twine; 100
SdzeaeSt utsoLn's Hoes ; No's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8,10,
12 and 15 black L'ead Pots; Smith's Vises ; Plough
Moulds.; English. Butt Soles; 30 seto plated Harness
Furniture ; a .irg i'on Door, suitable for a vault or
bookcase. ', ALso.,.
A three story biick Houe, situated near the Mark-
et. 2m march 14
SNo. S, Central-Street, Hasifoy sale,
O NE hundred and fifteen bags first quality Pimento-;
11 puncheons 4th proof Rumn; 46 bales Upland
Cotton. may So
rhila. Superfine Fblour, Gin, &c.
SENJ. GARDNER, has for sa!e, at No. 4r, Long.-whf.
.200 bbls. Phila. Superfine Flqur;
20 pipes arid hhds. Gin;
1800 bbls. Tar, Turpentine and Rosin ;
few bales New-.rleans CottO'n. may 0so
Molasses, 1unm, &c.
NT INETY-one hhds. Molasses, suitable fcr retailing ;
N 26 puncheous high proof Rum; 24 pipes Philad
Gin, of superide quality, for sale, by P. ADAMS, No.
21, India-Wharf. ay 30
Rum,- &.
G L. CHANDLER, No 21,- Long-wharf, hbs for
-sale;.now landifig at ladia-wharf, 46 lhhds RUM,
of good quality. may 00
Thomas C. Amory & Co.
H '.b 38, India-w/arf,
.AVE forosale, 20 totTs Hemp ; 2''50 bolts heavy and
1 50 bolts Ravens Duck; 50 ps. Sheeiings; 9 hhds Pink
Root; N. O. Cotton ; Italian Printing Paper; Log vood;
Toba cow Ox 'fiorns; Bourbon Coffee; Arrowroot
Madeira Wine. tf april 8

4isent for itheBoston Iron a,,d NailtFactory.
..T VAS8 for sale at No. 34, India-street, 200 tons old
"'bL. sable Russia Iraon 150 do assorted Swedes do. :
S4000 lbs English blistered Steel (c) : 6000 do American
I do do ; 300 casks cut Nails, assorted from 3d. to 25d.
Floor Bra4s: 4d. to 6d. wrought Nails: Iron Hbops
5and Nail Plates : Spike and Horse Niol Rods. a. 22
Nathan Adams,
C/ia'-lcstsst'ststymre, Hasfsar sale,
(O NE thousand HIDES, salted and dried, averaging
0 about 2Ql0bs.-500 Buenos Ayres Ox Hides, of the
fitat quality fit for shipping, averaging abou&kSOlbs.-
500 Goat Skins, first quality ;-150 Sides of Upper
Leathir,from the Tan ;--60lbs. Spanish Wj0ol ;-200
kitgs shipping Butter.-ALso-40 Reams Dqnriy print-
ing Paper ;-a12gross Press do,-12 Reams Wrapping
do.-1 8 Volumes of.the Centinel and.Chronic'e;-o100o
doz. itackrel Ifines;-A.so-a variety of Household
Furniture. (m3) march t21-
JOnathan Davis, a
No.40, India Wharfr, Was Jar safe,
OW Landing from sch. Success-129 puncheons
best W-1-Rum ; 14 hhds Sugar. and In Store-
69 bags Pimento ; 50tbs Cloves 150 bbls Cayenne
Cocoa; 8 bags Cayenne Cottos ; Gum Senegal; Gum
Guaicum ; African and American Bees.wax; Russia
and Ravens Puck;aindShaetlpgs ;i-son and Soualiopg
Tea; .800 lids Bonavisv,?Sah.
Bil of Exchange o .London. may 27
ro Papermakers, &c.
FOR sale, so50 bags white linen RAGS. '- Also-Ger-
aman Tumblers and Decanters. Inquire of TROTT
& BussTrAB, No 2, Cohgsess-street.
&ORwhitih cash wl be given, at No 39, Marlboro'-
f.i street-4000 wt flist quality Glaubler Salts ; 100
wt Chamomile Flowers ; 300 wt Surgeons Tow; 600
wt cleap linen Rags. may 13
Fish, Salt, &c.
X 600 qntls. Bank Fish ; 500 qntls. Streights Fish
500 hhds Salt, superior quality; Dun .Fish, Salmon,
&0." &c. may 20
*ma J
ROBERT HOPE, 0'tone Cutter,
Essex Street-a9'iiosite the entrance of Froni Street,
R ESPECTFULY informs his friends and the public,
that h has just received a fresh supply of MAR-
BLE G-HIMNEY PIECES, Slabs, &c. which with the
stoek before on hand, readers his present assortment
complete and elegant, he has it now in his power to
furnisli, his friends and customers with every article in
his line of business tiley may please to call for-viz.
Chimney Piece;, Hearth Caseing for Fire Places,
Stoves, &c. TOMB STOIlSlS, Grave Stones of Marble
or Slate, all on reasonable, terms,
S** Orders from the Country-executed with accuracy
and despatch.: may 2
"FO bc LET-or, on a LEA4E for 3
years, with or without-nCoach-hhutes and S'abloes
No.. 17, Pranklin-Place, the HOUSE is extensive, in good
repair andfitted for the accommodation efa large fam-
ily, it consists of 2 Sitting Parlors, and a Dining Room
of 27 feet in length on the first floor, '2 Drawing Rooms
with folding doors, and 2 best Bed Chambese. 1 of 26
feet, with closets, &c. on the second floor; with 7 B,.d
Chambers, and a large Room, fitted up for dying cloths
and mangling, on the third floor ; 2 Kitchens, the one
for the family's use, has a pump of excellent drinking
water; the other is fitted up for washing with Aque-
ducet, fixed copper boiler, &c. wood houses, wine and
cider cellers s-Possession may be had the 15th of June
-For partieulars, apply.to W. PALMER, on the premises.
Sufficient notice will be gives prior to the -Sale of the
FtraNITURe of said House, the greater part of which is
London made, and of the most fashionable and elegant
kind. [tf] apr 18
Phaeton, &c.
OR ALE, by the Subscriber in Sales, one new C
body, bellows top, with or without Harness, of the first
chop-'-/so, 6 or 7 firSt rate GIGS and H&RNESSES,
cheap for cas JOHN BOTT.
Sakem, Essex-street, 3 doors E.of Bickfwrd's-Street. m 16"
] board wanted in the Country,.
A LADY with two children, aged 4 and 8, wish
Lfor board int the vicinity of Beston; in a respect-
able family-Dedham or Quincy would he preferred.
Inquire at the Centinel Counting Room. may 16
(CHAISe. FOR SALE.-For Sale, a very
handsome, well-finished, bellowi-top C spring,
CHAISE and Harness of the first quality, on reasona-
ble terms. Inquire at the CentinelCounting-Room
may 30 .
TO be LE i'. a Store in Court-street.
Inquire of J. Kiovna, No 70, Court-street.

may S0
T'0 be LE part of a House, con-
taining five or sit Rooms, Cellar, large Yard, Cis-
fern, &c. Please to inquire of JOSItIA PRaSTON,Cam-
bridge-street; near West.- ston Bridge. may 20

rench Gloves, Linen Canbrics, &c.
'RENCH colored kid habit Gloves; whlt do;'
colored and white lon gdo; ineniCambrics; green'
Umbrella Silks, &c. with ani issbrtmeit of English and
India. Goods, for sale by FRANCIS S. DURIVAGE,at
SN o. 44., Broad-street. may S30
8V.S2, Cornhill ;near .ec Old Market, Bosl-ow,.
NNVITES hi. friends and the public,to visit his abo e
place of business, where he offers for sale, a very
,,general assortment of fashionable and good Goods, in
the JEWELLRY and SILVER PLATE line, warrant-
ed as cheap, if not cheaper than can be purctded else-
where. Also-Elegant SHELL COMBS, some very
handsome patterns. Also-All kinds of Horn Combs,
by wholesale or retail.
*,, Old Jewels, Old Gold and Silver, of every des-
cripiton, taken in exchange for new. I-la-A back
SHOP to Let. may 30SO
OSIAH DOW, Cornhill-Square, has this lay open-
ed for sale-I case black S;nchaws, I do black
Crapes, I do plain colored Lustrings, do black Sars.
nets; I do cooti ed Crapes, I do colored, Of superior
quality, at 20 dollars per piece; linen cambric Hand-
kerchiefs, white cotton Cam brics, bales Calcutta Goods,
together with a variety of French ands Engfi-Lt Goods,
which are offered cheap as usual. -may 30
T PiAPn-HacGSn,
INFORMS the inhabitants of Boston andits vicinity,
that he continues his former business of Hanging Paper
1aagings ; this being the linseof his profession for many
years, he flatters limself, hns employers will teel satisfied
with hie work, which will be done with punctuality
aid dispatch,and at the lowest Price.
N 1B.-He returns his sincere thanks to,those who
have employed him, and shall be glad to serve them in
future. Apply at his House, in May-Srteet, West
Boston. 3m april 11
Jane Salter, .
No. 14, Hanover-street, Has Jor sale,
A NGLING Rods, S and 4,ioints; superfine fish
H. Iooks and Lines; best tutir. table, desert and
tea Spoons ; desert Knives and Forks; Penknives ;
Scissors : Pins and Needles; brass Thimbles by the
gross ; Morocco Pocket Books and Purses; a few Dutch
Looking Glasses and. paper Snuff Boxes;, Battledures
and. Shuttlecocks ;'misses Skip Ropes; Cruels, hand-
somely assorted. AL.O-
Dolls, drest and undrest,, wax do moving eyes, sime
very large and handsome ; bone and wicker Rattles.;
Trumpe;s, Whistles, woed Cups and Saucers in boxes;
lylue and white dinner and tea Sets;; cream colored do;
a great variety of JBoks for children and youth; dis-
sected Maps and Pictures ; Libraries; Bowls ; Geo-
graphical Game of Europe, with toium and counters,
several amusing games do; ,with a variety of TOYS as
usual. 6w may 9
English Piano Fortes.
F"'OR sale at No. 11, Broad-street-4 elegant London
made Piano Fortes, of an extra sze, with addition-
al keys and some with brass ornaments. They are of-
fered for sale separately or int one lot, at cheai rates.
may 27
A PA'1INER \Wanted in the W.1.
Goods business. A line directed to W. R. H. and
left at the Centtinel Compting-Room, (from a person
who can be recommended) will be immediately attend-
ed to. may 15.
H ,.M tManM a-Maker,
AS removed from Marlboro'-Street, to No. 8, Win-
ter-Sireet, where she will be happy to execute any corn-
matrds in the line of her profession. Eight or ten ap-
preurices are wanted. may SDO
Canton Crapes.
C. HARLES WINSLOW, No. 69, CoMrhill, offers for
sale-200 ps. black and colored Canton Crapes, o.
a superior quality. may P30
New Orleans Fans.'
OR Sale, a box elegant Feather Fans, at No. 41,
Broad-strect-just received. [3sp] may 30
Piano Forte and Wardrobe.
F OR Sle-A good and handsome American made
(PIANO FORTE-one handsome West-India Wood
WARDROBE. Inquire of S. BELL, Court-street.
may S0 -
French Millinaiy.
At No. 4,India.-tff
A VALUABLE Invoice of the newest Parh;ian
Fashious-AL.so 1I case gloves of a superior quality,
for sale at No. 4,India-wharf. ,may 2
Drum Beating.
District of Columbia-to wit :-
BE IT.REMEMBERED, that on this fifteenth day
.0 '-January, in the year of our Lord ne thousand
eight hun-red and twelve, and of the ludependeqce )f
the United States the thirty-sixth, Charles StewarTSsh-
worth, deposited in this office the tidte of a book, the
right whereof he claim as Author and Proprietor, in
the words following, viz.-." A new, useful and com-
plete System of Drum-beating, including the revielle,
troop, retreat, tattoo, officer's call, signals,,salutes, and
the whole of the camp duty, as practised at head-quar-
t.rs, Washington City ; inteodiMd particularly for the
United States Army and Navy".-In conformity to the
acl of the Congress of the United States, entitled An
aq. for the encouragement of learning, by securing the
copies of maps, charts and books, to the authors and
proprietors of such copies, during the time therein
mentioned '--And also to an act entitled An act sup-
plementary to an act entitled an act for the encourage-
ment of learning,by securing the copies of maps, charts
and books to the authors and proprietors of such cop-
ies during the time therein mentioned, and extending
the benefits thereof to the arts of designing,engraving
and etching historical and other prints." "
G. DENEALE., Clerk.
.District Court, District of Columbia.
*'.The above important Work is jtst publish-
ed in this town, and for sale at the Shop of N. H.
HENCHMAN, Musical Instrument Maker, No t9,
Sta.te street-price htwo dodlars.
This is the first work of the kind ever published in
this country, and contains a complete System of Drum-'
beatiing, as'jiactised not only at Washington City, but
by .the European armies; upon a plan so perfectly
simple and easy, that it may be learned with veny lit-
tle time and trcuble,by ariy one not the least acquaint-
ed with tlhe.drum. It is rectmmeuded to the patron-
age of the Officers of the United States Army ; and to
the Officers of the Militia throughout the U. States, as
a mean, if generally adopted, of producing a uniform
method of Drum-beating in the Militia, that at the
Musters, when corps frum the different towns parade
together, the jargon produced by the various ways of
beating may be remedied. The Fifer will also find it
greatly to his advantage, ts there is adled every tune
on the fife-key that should accompany the dram.
march,5 .m
er The Lime Grove BOARDING-HOUSE,
IN Brighten, is opened for the season. A few Genteel
Boarders may be accommodaeed with pleasant and
pacious Apartments. rr-'STABLING for Hornes,and
Marriage Room if wanted. wsv may I3
Piano 'ort e.

OR Saile-a fine toned Piano Forte. Inquire at
No. 25, India-street. may
Slate Pencils.
ONE case SLATE PENCILS for sale ?t No. 14.
3itft-Arsef. Alt s.0

Soal Leather.
-HOE.MAKiERS and other dealers in SbAt. EATC"
R ER, are informed that the Manufactory of it is re-
establiehed at the Tannery in Roxbury formerly oc-
4supied by Mr. STEPHEN Wt.LIAsMs. All who wishi
for a supply of that article, may be assured that none
other than such as is thoroughly tanned, will be offer;
ed for sale on those premises. Sm may 9
HOUSE WANTED---not far from
the centre cf business, a small genteel House witli
gbod Pump Water, Cistern or Aqueduct-Rent from a
to 300 dols. Inquire of C. EDwA Rns No. 4, Devonshire-
Stre.t, where Real Estate is bought- and sold on corn-
mission. Copying and Cofiveyancy in its various
branche, done with accuracy and dispatch, and every
favor gratefully acknowledged. may 27
'-O be LET-a genteel and convenm-
est HOUSE, No. 4 Franklin-Plater crescent side
having good yard, woodhouse, well of v.'attr,aqueduct,
&c.-immediate possession will be givn. hsqu;re of
SaMUEL CoaS, No. 13, Winter-street.. may SO
'O be LET, half ot a House situated
in' the rear of No. 119, 1road-street, containing
three Bed Chambers, Parlour, Kii-hen, and Cellar, witi
good water.and every convenience for a Smallfamilyi
Inquire on the Prdmises the House of JOSEi'H BARNaES.
magy SO .
-T O be L IT-a. handsome conven-
ient and pleasantlysitti11- D.e l.i ING-HOfsE,
having two Par lours and Kitchen, (without a basememi
handy for the occupation of aniyGentlemafi in Businels
near the centre of.t the to-rint. qtiquire at re Centinet.
Counting Room.. may 30
[OUJ.E and Bake-1-1&use.-,' o be
LET, a convenient Houseand. B'ke-I-House, situ-
ate on the corner of North-Russell aed Vine-streets.,
with convenient Seable, Ya.rd, large Cistern and good
Well of Water. For terms,ti.nquire at Mr. Stamson
BoYD EN's Stage-House, No. Dockicjquare, or'at .ranu.-
cis' Intelligence Offce, No. t, Devonslire-steet. m 2S
'J.' be SOLD, a tract of LAN), 5 in
the town of Bdc/eratoni, in the C6atty of Hamp-
shire, containing about 180 acres. The soil is god and' "
well watered, and has a fine growth of Wainut and
Oak timber. A long credit will be given-Inquire o-
E. PaHEt.s,.Esq. of belchertowtn, or at the Centinel C.
Room. may 23
1 O be LL'i--a small, convenient
SHOP, No. 5, Dock-square. Inquire at No. 6,
Tsaion Coffee-Honse. N.-B. S or 6 Gskilrriat can be
accommodated with Board. may 2S
R -No -, Vevosishire-street.
R EAL ESTATE FOR SALEE.-A Hpuse in Sprtag-
lane ; half a -louse in Congress-street; a good Farmt
in Groton, with House, Barn, 120 acres of Land, and
she Stock and Utensils, for cash'orty. Apply as above5
where, Real .Estate may be bought, scold or let. doeudk
Male and Female Domestics may beobtained. m2
TjO be LET-a brick dwelling House
it.n Gret s-street-It has two parlors, five cham.-
bers, is very convenient and in good repair. inquire..
at. ~he Centinel Counting-Room. may 2a
'O be LE i in Winter-street-a con-
venient HOUSE, lately occupied by Mr. J. F.
Priest, suitable for a small family-none other need ap-
ply at No 0, Winter-street. may 23'
ri'O be LET-a comm6dius HOUSE,
in Brattle-street; near the Rev. Mr. Buckminster's-
meating-house, containing 2 rooms on -the floor and
kitchen, and 6 chambers, with good yard, garden, and
every other convenience for a family. Inquire of JosH-
VA P. BLANCHARD, Brattle-strcet, or at No. 52, India-
wharf. __ niay "'
Ten Dollars Reward.
L 6ST on the Evening of the 21st inst.-a Red Mo. -
rocco POCKET BOOK, containing a Ten Dollar
Bill, out of town money, Three quarter Tickets in the
Union College Lottery, and other papers, of no use to
any person but the owner. Whoever will return the
same, shall receive the above reward, and thanks of the
owner-by applyingat No. IS, Zong-wharf. may 2s
O be LET-HO U'E,'No. 73, Corn-
htl--inquire aithe New.-England Marine liureance
Office, State-street. may 30
ENTEEL Boarding at Commercial
Ponut, Dorchester-for'Gentemen and Ladies.-
For terms, please to apply at the Centinel" Counting-""
.Room. m 2.3
W ANTED Immediately, in a small
family, a BOY abbut 12 or 13 years of age, -to
wait at tale, and go of errands, for whicli he will be
boarded and clothed, and strict atteutiou paid to his
Reading and Writing. 1nquirecat the Cenifinel Count-
ing Room. may 23
F'OUND, behind a Necessaryin Ex-
change.street, a. MUSKET, *ith a name on'it.-
The owner'maIy .ave it by paying for this advertise-
ment, and proving.property. litquire at the Centine!
Compti'ng-Room. may 23
F OUR Gentlemen can be accommodated with bj-l
in a central situation, if application is made ff
the course of the present month. %squire at the Cen-
'inel Counting Room. my2s..
'J'AKEN up by the subscriber, on the
18th inst. small red COW, with her Calf.-The
owner can have her, on proving property, and paying
for this advertisement. JAMES HO,
min 22 Bost,. Neckh-near the ncosBurying-CGrotld.
Y'O be LET- That very pleasant and
convenient HOUSE, at the corner of Congress
and Water-streets. Inquire of SaMUtLs. PRKirN, No.
3, Green-streei. may so
f'OUND-supposed to be Stolen, i1
pair SHOES, 6 Men's and 5 Children's. Thie owner
may obtain the same by proving property and paying
charges, on application to JoatBn WnmTE, Rope-maker,
Carver-street. may 33
WJAN'IED a Wet'Nurse, to go into
a' faan:ly; also a Man-Servant or Lad, with
good recommendations. may 2:0
BOARDING.-Six or Eight Gentle-
men can be accommodated with Genteel Boarding,
by applying to WM. MEasaM, at his house, situated in
W'ater-street,at the corner of D,'voshi.e-streeet. m 27
FOUND, last Evening in Union-stei-et,.-a box of
Chlina. Inquire at No. ll,Doek-square. alay 27

So0hinbt rn CtUne. !
Printed on WtENEsnAYS and.SATURDAvS... WrII.
and PROPRIETOR.....at his Office, in Devonshire
Street...ddjr.cent to State.Street, and in the scarojth
4fTmniaturT 2imandt. *

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