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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
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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 )
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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>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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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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BOSTON, (JMassachusetts,).WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBIRJARY 28, 1821.


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(1-IN THIS PAPER THE LAWS, RESOLVES, &c. OF THE UNITED STATES, AND OF THIS STATE, ARE PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY,


Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. THE WiVERLEY J.VOVELS.
NOTICE is hereby ALREADY PUBLISHED.
,3;\ given. tiat 1,special WAVERLEY, The MONJISTERY,
'. meeting of the M. W. IVANHOE, The .AB.BOT.
Grand Lodge of Mas --
Grandhsetts will be held FIRST SERIES
in the Old'State House, TALES OF M1FY L.IDLORD,
Sin Boston, on TUES- TS This Day published by S; H. PARKER,
..' 4 .^ DAY, the 13th day of' No. 12, Cornhill, being Volume 5, of his
'r,< March next, at 11 o'- elegant edition of-the above Novels, containing
-.- clock, A. M. precisely Black Dwarf and Old Jifortatn-price 1l 50
o' r thepurpose of dedi- to subscribers for the edition, or K2 25 separate.
casting the NEW MASONIC HAL. The Thi- The advantages of this edition over every other,
cers and permanent Members of the Grand Lodge are, 1st, its convenience and compactness ;-2dly,
will take due notice and governs themselves aceor- its cheapness ;-3dly, its being printed from the
will take due notice and governlast Edinburgh edition, corrected by the Author;
Notice is also hereby given, that a meeting of the in which numberless and important alterations in
Al. W. Grand Lodgey wl"'Ibeheld atMason's the phraseology of former editions are made.
Hall, in Boston, on rWEDlNESDAY, the 14th day U MANNERIG is in ress; and sub-
of March next, at 6 o'clock, P. M. for the trans- scriptions are still received by the Publisher, at
action of eucn husine.s as rnv regularly come before No. 12, Cornhill. 4t Feb 17
it. The Officers and Membe-rs '1f the GrandiLodge, rnnol ealh f
Masters, Wardens and Proxies of Lodges, with all C mn wealth Of JfMassaChusetts.
others concerned, will take due notice and govern Middlesex, ss. To William J. Whipple, of Cam-
themselves accordingly. By order of the M. W. bridge, in the county of Middlesex, administrator
JOHN DIXWELL, M. D. Grand Jlaster, of the estate of John Bowers, late of Cambridge,
THOMAS POWER, Grand Sec. in the said county of Middlesex, housewright, de-
Boston, Feb.20, 5821. Ceased, intestate, and to heirs at law, and credi-
tors ofsaid deceased, and to aill others concerned
NOTICE. in said estate. GR:EETING.
!llj Trustees of the Massachusetts General LS,' IFTHEREAS the said administrator has
T Hospital are desirous to engage the services ,o,, 'V presented for allowance to the Hon.
of a suitable person with his wife, to be Superln- Jatmes Prescott, Esq. Judge of Probate of wills and
tendent and Matron of the Hospital in Boston. It f"lr granting letters of administration in and for the
will be i.idispensable for them to give their undi- said county oft Middlesex the firstaccountof his ad-
vided time, attention, and services to it. The com- ministration upon said estate.
sensation will be Five hundred dollars per annum You are therefore hereby cited to appear before
in addition to necessary and proper provisions, the said Judge at a Court of Probateto be hoiden
Applications may be made to the Secretary, at Cambridge, and for said county of Middlesex, on
post paid, on or before the 3d day of March next. the last Tuesday of May next, to show cause, if
Per Order, HENRY CODMAN, Sec'y. any you have, either for or s.gaist the same.
Feb 21 And you the above named administrator accord-
ingly are hereby Ordered, to serve this citation by
JVOTI UE. giving personal notice thereof to all persons concern-
T a meeting of a respectable number of the ed in said estate, living within twenty miles from
A Citizens of the county of Middlesex, held at the said Court, fourteen days, at least, p)rvious
the State-House, in Boston, on Friday, the ninth thereto ; and notifying all others interested tTerein,
instant, for the purpose of taking into consideration by causing a true copy hereof to be inserted three
the expediency of recommending a candidate for weeks successively in the public newspaper called
the office of Register of Deeds for said county, the Columbian Centinel, published in Boston, by
at the approaching election ; it was Benjamin Russell, the last publication to be at least,
Voted unanimously, To recommend Captain fourteen days before the said last Tuesday of May,
ISAAC TRAIN, of Cambridge, as a person well and to make due return hereof, with your doings
qaalified'or said office, and deserving the trust and therein unto the said Court.
confidence of the county. Witness the said James Prescott, Esq. Judge of
crj-The Citizens of Middlesex are reminded, Probate aforesaid, under his seal official, at Camn-
tha the election of Register of Deeds occurs on I bridge, the sixteenth day of February, in the year
the next March meeting. 6sp Jan 14 of our'Lord, one thousand eight hundred and tAwen-
ty one. JAMES PRESCOTT, J. Prob.
BOSTON LIBRARY. I
OTICE is hereby given t6 the Proprietors of Non1oOLX,.ss. Probate Stourtsat Dedham, Feb-
jT the Boston Library, that their annual meeting N, Admin82
will he holder on tih first Monday. being the fift N the Petition of Thomas Kollock, Admin-
ote in t eti istrator of the estate of Lemuel Capen, late
day of March next, at three o'clock, P. M. at their Sr of the esty of Norlk, yeoman, de-
Rom over the a in Franklin Placea of Norfolk, yeman, de-
Room over theeaih in Fanklin Place. ceased, intestate, praying to be authorized to sell so
At this meeting a choice of Officers tor the esu- much of the realestate" of said deceased, as will
ing year will be made, the question whether the
time of holding the Annual Meetings shall be produce the sum of two thousand dollars for the
changed, willb e decided, and such other business payment of the just debts ot said deceased, and
tranacted as is usual at said meeting; for which oh- an additional amount for expenses of administra-
jers s generAl and punetsl attendance of all those, tion and incidental charges, in manner prescribed
jects a. I gnert o and punctuhi attendance of all those' Copy-Attest -
who are interested in this Institution, is requested b ordered, That the consileration of said Pei-
at said time and place.
hty orderofthe Tra stees, tion, be referred to a- Probate Court, to he holden
T NA'H VN at Dedham, on Wednesday, "the day after the first
eiO trt iMnst'. cntIS'BB, ,c. i Tuesd~yo f March n.et, atifhree ot elhck, P.. M.i;-
4tuni f hAR hr n and that toeisaid~ outyoye omnot dey-a
Seated, by publishing an attested copy of this Order
LL persons who are desirous of celebrating tfle i the "Columbian sCentinel. printed in Boston,
Sensing fourth of March,bi a public Dinner, three weeks successively, prior to said time, that
will send in their ames to the Patriot Office, at as they may then and there appear, and that they shall
early a period as may be convenient,and nd as soon be heard concerning the same, if they see cause.
as niay be necessary to make the preparatory ar- DWARD H. ROBBINS, J.Probate.
rangemots. It is hoped that persons of all parties rCopy-Attest,
will unite in celebrating an event which accords: SAMUEL HAVEN, Register.
with the sentiments and wishes of nearly the whole I
populatib orf the U nuited States. Feb `21 Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate
THE ATHENEUM. holden at Ipswich, in and for said county, on the
P ORRO will R e TheATH first Tuesday in February, A. D. 1821.
poEN-MORROW wi, Spirhe itu l, hengse ATH- M la ,ITLLIAM KINSMAN, Jr. executor, having
iu EfEUM o or Spirit of the sighsh .Mah a- si. i presented for allowance his account of ad-
sFues tor the 15th inst. cortahnng Exe I t ministration of the state of Stephen Brown, late
Further Accounts of the Northern Expedition ; f lamilton; in said county, yeoman, deceased, tesa-
Remarks on Mr. Rean; Lord Byrons New Trag- tate:-Odered, That the first Tiesday in March
edv; Melmoth, the Wanderer ; Letters from next, eleven of the clock before noon, be assigned as
Paris; Narrative of a Fatal Event; London 'ar- the time for considering said account, ata Courtof
graphs,. Po 'try, Q-TIA sNEW EDITION ty ; and that executor giNe notice to all persons
Suinterested in said estate, by causing an'attested copy
OIF the late Rev. Mi. BuKcMNsarsrls' Sermons, of this ordierto be publisi.ed three weeks successive-
S isthis day published (price t 2 25 sheep) by e ColumbianCentinel, printed in Boston,
WELLS p& LILLY. before said time, that they may be present, and
Lately published and for sale as above-CAPPE' shew cause, if any they have, why said account
Sermons andi Life; COLEMA-.'s Sermons; FnxE- should nt be allowed.
mAN'S Sermons, (a new edition with additions) sd A. oWHITE, Judge of Probate.
JAY'S Family Prayers. Feb 14_ A true copy of record-Attest,
N OOTICE is hereby given, that the NATH'L LORD, Jr. ReDister.
subscriber has been duly appointed adminis- Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate
trarix, to the estate of holJen at Ipswich, in and for said county, on the
JOSEPH C. CLARK, first Tuesday in February. A. D. 1821.
late of Cambridge, in the county of Middlesex, ANIEL NOYES, Administrator, having pre-
housewrignt, deceased, intestate, anil has taken sented for allowance his account of adminis-
u on herself that trust by givingbondas the law- traction of the estate f John Noyes, late of Ips-
directs. All persons having demanded upon thees- i wieh,in said county, merchant, deceased, intestate;
tate of the said deceased, are required to exhibit also his private demand against said estate, amoun-
the same; and all persons indebted to the said es- ting to eighty two dollar s firt-eight cents a
tate, are called upon to make payment to Ordered, that the firt the first Ttesday in March next,
F SARAH CLARK, Adm' x. eleven of the clock bctbo e noon, be assigned as the
1a--,1e 8e"}21. time for considering said accountant said demand,
O ICE is hereby gven, that th ata Court o Probate, then to be holden at Ipswich,
xTO criCE is hereby given, that the iisaid county. and that said administrator give no-
subscriber lha been duly apoiuted adminis- t to all persons interested in said estate, by caus-
rator to the estate of ing an attested copy of this order to be published
KEZIA AMES, thrIee weeks successively in the Columbian Centi-
late of East Sudbury, in the county of Middlesex, nel, printed in Boston, before said time, that they
widow, deceased, intestate, and has taken upon may be present, and sliew cause, if any they have,
himself that trust by giving bonds as the law directs, why said account or said demand should not be al-
All persons having demands upon the estate of the lowedl. D. A. WHITE, Judge of Probate.
said deceased are required to exhibit the same; A true copy of record-Attest,
and all persons indebted,to the said estate, are cal- NA'T'I'L. LORD Jr. Register.
led upon to make payment to
HORATIO G. WARE,Admn'r. 'Barnstable, ss. At a Court of Pro-
East Swdbiry. Feb 13,. 1821. batc, tolden at Barnstable, within and for the
OTICE is heeby gven, that the said county of Bastable, o Tuesday, the thir-
subscriCE is herebn duly appogiven, that the teent day of Feb. A. D. 1821.
Ssubsiber have een duly appointed xecu- -- YDIA FARRIS, administratrix of the estate
tr tor to the last will of Aot Jeremiah FPartis, late of Baerstable, in said
SUSANNA CROFT, county, mariner, deceased, has filed a petition in
late of lrookline, in the county oftNortolk,widow, said Couet, tbr licence to sell Real Estateof said
deceased, and has taken upon hinffelf that trust deceased, to the amount of seventeen hundred and
by'giving bonds as the law directs. All persons sixty dollars and ten cents, for the payment of his
having demands upona tie estate oftlhe said deceased, just'debts and charges of sale, the persons estate
are required to exhibit the same; and all persons being insufficient therefore by that sum ; the said
indebted to the said estate, are called upui to make admsnistratrix is hereby Ordered, to notify all per-
payometii to JOHN ROBINSON, -o.-'r. sons interested in said estate, that they may ap-
ohr-akline, Feb. 15, 18-21. peatr !at Probate Court, to be holden at the house
of Ehenezer Brooks, Esq. in Hlarwich, on Monday,
]YTOTrCE is hereby given, that th tlie nineteenth day of Mareh next, when and where
a- subscr-ibet has been duly appotnted Adminis- they may be heard concerning said petition, if they
trator on the estate of seeeause,hy causim.gat-ueecopy hereof, to be iser-
EDWIN HOWARD, ted in. the Columbian Cemtinel, printed in Boston,
late of Bridgewater,in the county of Plymouth,Esq. three weeks successively, previous to that time, and
deceased, and leas taken upon himself that trust by make return of this order with your doings herein.
giving bonds as the law directs. All persons hay- at the said Court.
ng demands upon the estate of the said Edwin JOHN DAVIS, J. of Probate.
Howard, are hereby required to exhibit the same ; .Barnstahle, Feb. 16, 1821.
and all persons indebtedto the said estate,are called -- E subscribers, having been
)AN'L CRANE-,, adms't. duly appointed by the Judge of Probate for
-Bridge, atemr, 18th Dec. 18'20 the county af Plymouth, to receive and examine
-- ae -t.. eh. te claims of the several creditors to the estate of
7OTICE is hereby given, that the EDWIN HOWARD, Esq.
Ssuhsriher has been duly appointed Adsinis- late of Bri-gwater, in said county, deceased, epre-
ZENttS LINCOLN, tmotthts orome the t8th day of December last, are al-




nke oeach ay. DANIEL 10WARD,
JOSEPH" LICOLN, Adr, dr.ANIE DSON.
Cohliset, Feb, 2, 1821. -Bridgewater, Feb. 6, 1821.


PAES / ~ broke, may take the name of Pelham Winslow Bonney ; that acres have attested, in the fsland.-VWhilst it remained divid-
/ S vWilhiam Josselyn of the said Pembroke, may take the name ed between the black and yellow chiefs, it enjoyed, for a
of William Warren acted, That fom and after the mberofyears, a deg ree of tranquility which is now pro-
;A ol bably about to disappear. ,hy therefore are our emanci-
passing of this act, the'several persons erein before named, pate natives to be precipitated into such an effervescing
shall be known and called by the names which by this act 'ortex ? We can foresee no middle state for them, after ar-
theyare respectively allowed to take and assume as aforesaid; rivingb, but to assist in these exterminating scenes, or to'be-
and that said names shall forever hereafter be considered as come the passive victims of them. in the former case by
their only proper and legal names, to all intents and purposes. becoming barbarians, and ccasing. to be christians, it may be
BY AUT 1 IORITY. Approved by the Gover-no- Feb. 14, 1821. painfully experienced, that their annoyance will be muc'_
-- more inconvenient, at Hayti, than at home. The least con-
AN ACT to extend the time for locating Virginia Mil- AN ACT establishing the Law of the Road. sideration must, we think, convince eve, v man, that the pro.
itary Land lWarrants. and retut'ning surveys thereon Sac. 1. E it enacted by the Senate and House, of, Repre- posed emigration will be more destructive to their welfare,
to the General Land Office. i sentatives, in General Court assembled, and by the and pernicious to our interests, than almost any plan that
authority of the same, That in' al cases of persons meeting" could be adopted.-Federal Repub ican.
SEC. 1. E it enacted by the Senate and IHouse of representativess each other on any Bridge, Turnpike, or other Road, .within
7 of the United States of .nteuica in Cngfre- assem, this Commonwealth, travelling with carriages, wagons, carts, STO F w 2 1
bled, That the officers and soldiers of the Virginia li1ie'on contine- BOSTON, February 26, 1821.
tal establishment, their heirs or assigns, entitled to bountv lAnds with- sleds, sleighs, or other vehicle, the persons so meeting shall
in the tract of country r-eserved by vhe S,..te ,f Vi eim;, 'een the seasonably turn, drive and convey their carriages,.wagons, N it '.x tx _---
Little Miami and Scioto rivers, shall'!:e lowed ui Iti,-r. ;rnm, of carts, sleds, sleighs, or other vehicle, to the right of the cen- AMtos Bi.Ns E, Esq. wve learn has been reappointed Navy
two years, from the fourth day of January, one thousand eight liun- ter of the travelled part of such Bridge, Turnpike, or Road, Agent of this poat, the Navy Agents, by law, receive one
dred and twenty-one, to obtain warrants and complete their locations, so as to enable each other's carriages, wagons, carts, sleds, per cent." on their expenditures, not to exceed F2000 per
and the further time of four years, from the fourth dny c-f January, sleighs or other vehicle to pass each other without interfer- annum.
one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two, to return their surveys ence or interruption.. The Supreme Judicial Court of this Commonwealth, at
and warrants, or certified copies of warrants, to the General Land Sac. 2. Be it further enacted, That no person shall be al- the late term in Essex, decided, That fisherman who had
Office, to tain p tets h OV of the lowed to travel on any Bridge, Turnpike or other Road with- regularly signed the agreement, or shipping paper, and were
SeC. "2. rind be it Jurther enacted, That the ioviions of thre ". .
act, entitled An act authorizing patents to issue tfor lauds located in this Commonwealth, with any sleigh or sled 'drawn by a actually engaged on board of fishing vessels of 20 tons or
and surveyed by virtue of certain Virginia Resolution Warrants," horse or horses, unless there shall be three or more bells at- upwards, employed in the fisheries, were MAriTEns, within
passed the third day of March, one thousand eight hur'ch-ed and se- tached to the horse or horses, or to some part of the harness the meaning of the Militia Laws of the United States," and of
ven, shall be revived and in force, with all its restrictions, except thereof., course, being 'Maariners were exempt from military duty, hot-
that the respective times allowed tfor making locations, and returning SEc. 3. Be it further enacted, That every person offeif- withstanding they are not exempted by the laws of Massa-
surveys thereon, shall be limited to the terms prescribed by the first ding against any of the provisions of this act, shall forfeit and chusetts.
section of this act for the location and return of surveys on other war- pay for each offence, or neglect, a fine not less than one dol- The Comet.-The star-gazers in the United States are
rants, and that the surveys shall be returned to the General Land lar, nor more than twenty dollars, to the use of the Common- more numerous than is generally suspected. The Comet,
Office: Provided, That no Ioeationsas afresaid, in virtue of this or wealth, to be recovered on complaint before any Justice of the which is ,-oow traversing. through our region of vision, was
the peceding section of this act ushallb he made on tracts of lands for Peace in the county where the offence shall be committed ; seen in Philadelphia, Ae.-ffaven, Groton, Salem, and other

viosly surveyed; and previany patent which may, nevertheless,be ob- and shall moreover be held answerable to any party injured places, the same evening. It may be seen very distinctly
tainted for lands located contrary to the provisions ef this act, shall be for all damages which may be sustained in consequence of every clear evening in the western skies, about 35 above
considered null and void. such offence, or neglect:-Provided, that no prosecution the horizon. These celestial visitors formerly excited great
JOHN W. TAYLOR, shall be sustained under this act, unless upon complaint duly terror, and were considered by the ignorant and superstitious
Speaker of the House of Representatives. made within ninety days from the time when the offence -aided by "blind spiritual guides" and mocit philosophers-
JOHN GAILLARD, shall have neen committed, nor any action for damages, unless as forerunners of war- fa-nine, and pestilence. Bat now, seen
President of the Senate, pro tempore, the same shall be commenced within one year after the cause by the light of true Philosophy, national Religion, and a bet-
Washington, February 9, 1821.-Approved. of such action shall have accrued; And provided also, thatFno ter conception of the Government of the Diety, they are
JAMES MONROE. prosecution shall be sustained for any violation of the provis- known to be component parts of the eternal system of Na-
ions of the first section of this act, except on the complaint of ture-regulated in all their eccentric courses, by the hand
WS the person or persons aggrieved, or some one duly authorised of Wisdom and Goodness ; and as innocent as the sea gull
LAWS OF M ASSACHUSETTS. by the person or persons aggrieved. whicis flits through the same air. It is very true, that the
SEC. 4. Be it furtih-r enacted, That this act shall take ef- Comets which appea-ed in 1774, and 181-1, were followed
BY AUTHORITY. fect, and be in force from and after the first day of June next, by two bloody wars, between the United States and England ;
B AUTHORITY.. and not before. but the Comet of 1762 was followed by Peace between
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. Approved by the Governor, Feb. 14, 1821. France, England, Spain, &c. and that of 1764, by Peacr be-
S--- tween Russia and Prussia. It has been mentioned, that they
Ir THE rYEA OF 01UR ORD ONE THOUSAND EIGHoT HUNDREin ANn AN ACT in addition to the several Acts heretofore have become more fi-equent of late year's than formerly. We
TWENTY-ONE. passed, to regulate the fishery in Rehoboth and believe, that prior to 1811, no Comet was visible after that.of
Swanzey. 1774; and since 1811, our present guest has been the second.
AN ACT directing the time and mariner of appoint- E it enacted by the Seniate and louse of Representatives, in n 1747 twe o cmets appeared; in 1748 two others; in 1757
ing a County Treasurer for the county of Suffolk. General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, one, and in 1759 three.
SStc. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and That no person whatever shall be permitted to set any seine, Letters from thie .Mlediterranean say, that the Algerines
SHouse of RepresenWhaties in General Court net, were, or other obstruction across Palmers river in and Tunisians have strongsquadrons inthat sea, insearchof
Sassenmbled, andby the authority ofthe same, Swanzey, at arny time between the first day of April, and the each other'; and thatabloody action between them was antic-
7 That the Selectmen, the Overseers of., twentieth day of June in each vear, ibr the purpose of ob- ipated. They'add,'that sailors ofe Americansquadronat
Sthe Poor, and the Board of,tealth, of the stictmg the.passage of fish up the said liver into Reho- Pot Mahon, are frequently stilletoed in brawls on shore.
n'*town of Boston, and the Selectmen of the both; and if any person'or persons, shall within the time a.- c
Stow4 of Chlielsea,.shall ieei in convention foresaid, set anyseine,not, were, or other obstruction across Mr. NoA's compensation as Sheriff of New-York; is es-
.....,, ....in the town of Boston, q,in the second said river for the purpose aforesaid, he or they shall forfeit timated at 12,000 dollars per annuim.
Monday of June annually. :md elect by and pay a fine of seven dollars, for each and every such of- The Fsoex Aricultural Soriety have fixed en the l1th
.ballot some suitable persorIne-ufi an iin. f-r.c, to be recovered by action of debt, one half thereof to and 12th days of October, for their-Cattle Shr'w a'd Plough-
S "-biarnt o' the. nt., t h.,, Cu-V the ,se of himor' their wt shAall prosecute therefore, and the fng Match.-Of the officers of this Society are the Hoii. Tim-
Treasurer tor tne coy rT i the of the tn whichthe offence shall othy'PiekerinWilliam Bartttt, John Heard, Ichahod-.uk-
ft-om said second Mondaiy -of June, and until another pe. ..son.he c mn.tte ; ali .-... ea. .hal oty P Willia "t t s-..
shall be aointed ndualfied to act in his stead And shall also: be forfeited to the use of him or them ho shall .s Stephens Samuel Putnam, Andrew Nichols, Wm. Pearce,
whenever the said office of County Treasurer shall become prosecute for the same. jun. Hobart Clark, Edmund Bartlett, Paul Kent, John A.
vacant, by death, resignation, or otherwise, the vacancy shall Approved by the Governor, Feb. 9, 1821. Adams, Benjamin T. Reed, Baily Bartlett, and James Gardk
be filled in the same manner. And the said convention may ner, Esquires.
meet at such other times and in such manner, as they may, BY THE MAILS. CENSUS 'INUTES.
from time to time, direct; and may make to the person so The papers from all parts of the Union give numerous
chosen to be County Treasurer such allowances for his se- OUMBIA. WASi GTON, r 19 1821. results derived firom the late enumeration of the people in
vices in executing the duties of his office, as to them shall COLUFBIIW.GCH LEGTIO. B .191821 theirr vicilitv;' will ithe relative gain and loss, (mostly the
former,) compared with the census of 1810. It hardly need
seem reasonable. And the person, so appointed and accept- HE Baron G. HYDE v NEUVELLE, Envoy Extraordinary be remarked, that these results furnish an unsouaid founde-
ing the office, shall be sworn to the faithful discharge of the T a and Minister Plenipotentiary from France, accompanied tion, on which to build any calculations of the increase of the
tst, and shall give bonds for the performance of the duties b Mr. RT, Chare d'Affaires i his absence, was reeivednooinsh nu sn
ofsaid office, to the satisfaction tse convention above r.Ra, ag d Af fai inhissabs
of said office, to the satisfaction of the convention above on Thursday the 16th by the President, upon his return population of the dstritsholave beetin a ffeted by presidential umbers irum.
namec. 2. e it frtherenacted, That te To Clerkh from France ; on which occasion he presented the following stances, and emigrations fmom other places. 'his will be
S. Be it fitrther enacted, That the Town Clerk of the gentlemen of the Embassy from Franc'e to Rio de Janeiro, and' seen by the small increase of the population of "ennecticut
ton of Bos ntorsuof the Legation here from the same Court,,to the Presi during the last 10 years, amoting to oly 13,275and this
convention may appoint, shall be present at all meetings, and dent, viz. toina that st fea rtilein tomenUnison; h art t- hs
shall make a record of the proceedings of the convention, in \ Mr D M Secretary of the Embassy from France to the tide of miga tate on has beesetti te non a gbut fromber ohl
a book to be kept by him for that purpose, to Rio de Janeiro. the tide of emigration has been setti for a reat number of
SEc. 3. Be it further enacted, That the Selectmen of the Mr. D'ASPrnEstT, attached to the same Embassy. years. CENSUS OF MAINE
town of Boston be, and they are hereby authorized to give Mr. BRESSN, attached to the Legation to the U. States. Co ies20. 1810 nties. 1820. 110
notice of the first meeting of the said convention seven days Mr. HAtsANrT, Private Secretary of the Minister. Lincoln, 5,953 49992 Somerset, 21.698 12,910
at least before the second Monday-of Jutne next. -Cunmber'land, 49,339 42,S31 Pe,,olrcot, 13,931 .ewvCo,
Sac. 4. Be it further enacted, That all laws heretofore VP.SP, Y.SH TREATY. Ynork, 46284 41,87 Washington, 12,746 7,870
made in relation to the mode of electing County Treasurers, The Senate g f the United States has consented to Kenmebec, 42,63-2 32,5C4 --
so far as they relate to the County Treasurer of the county of T n the United States and Hancck, 3 0,071 3, 31 Total, 27,839 228,703
Suffolk, be, and the same are hereby repealed, and ratified the Treatybetween the United States and Oxford, 27,185 17,6301
Approved by the Governor-Feb. 13, 1821. Spain, concluded in Washington, Feb. 22, 1819, by a TIhe following towns in Maine contain a population over
large majority. It will be forthwith promulgated oy 2000 :-
AN ACT to change the Names of certain persons proclamation. Towns. Towzs.
therein mentioned. [This treaty will be found in the CENTINEL of Dec.18, 1819. Portland,-- - 8581 Vasselboro' - 2434
S 1 E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re- Both the Floridas are ceded to the U. S. and provision is North-Yarmouth, 36461 lowdoinham, - 2259
SEC. 1. presentatives in General. Court assembled, and made for indemnifying4the American citizens for spoliations. York . .. 3'22,1 Parsonsfield, 235
by the authority of the same, That John Hayden janm. son of The claims of our citizens are said to be 910 in number, of Btuh-nsw -- -- .29 Wloborno,- - 2244
John Hayden of Cambridge, trader, shall be allowed to take which 142 only have furnished statements, averaging 52,000 liailowell, - 2919 Leboron, 223
the name of John Cole Hayden; that Abel Wrifford of Boston, dollars each. forming an .aggregate of 6,384,000 dollars.-If Arundel, - 2478 Scrboro' - 2232
writing master, may takethe name of AllisonWrifford ; that Sa- the others average in this proportion, the grand total will be Bristol, - 272917 Freeport, -. 2177
rah Davis Dorr, daughter of William Dorr of Dorchester, may 47,324,000 dollars Shapleigh, 2815 Livermore, 2174
take the name of Sarah Whitney Davis Dorr ; that Thomas -i-By the above treaty, the United States agree to in- Gorham, - 2800 Kenebunkk,- 2145
Green of Boston, printer, may take the name of Thomas Al- demnify the claims of the American citizens for Spanish spo- Berwick, - 2736 Wiscasset, - 2131
len Green; that Jacob Read, jun. of Salem, trader, may take lia'ons to the amount offive millions of dollars only.-So that Wells. - - 660 Frankfort, -. 2127
the name of John Read; that Nathaniel Fisher tf Boston, ithse preceding statement of the amount of those claims is Thomaston,- -. 2551 Lidnetlo - 122
merchant, may take the name of George N. Fisher that Wi- correct, the appropriation will cover only about a seventh part Sco, --- -- 2532 Gardiner - -053
liam Luscomb, the third, of Salem, son of William Luseomb, of them. These claims are to be decided on, by three Com- Mainot, - 254 Machas---- .. .- 2033
jun. late of Salem, painter, deceased, may take the name of missioners, to be appointed by the President and Senate Westbrook, - 2494 Belfa.st, - 2026
William George Luscom, ; that Flavel Fay of Northboro' forthwith; and their decision is final.] Augusta, - 2457
trader, may take the name of John Flavel Pay; that Thomas -
Woodbridge Hooper of Boston, may take the name of Tho- UNITED STATES AJ'D TURKEY. CENSUS OF CONNECTICUT.
mas Woodbridge; that Charles Parsto n, merchant, One of the Austrian Journals, under the date of Dec. 1st, 81. 1 180. 0. 1820
son of Thomas Parsofis of said Boston, merchant, may mentions, that new negotiations were carrying on at Con- HIarttford county, 44,fi'28 47,264 1Litchfield county, 41,375 4,12067
take the name of Charles Thomas Parsons ; that Tilleystantinople with the United States of America, for atreaty of N*ewaLoventdn. 37,112 39,616 TMiddldsex 120,653 22,405
Rice of Worcester, may take the name"George i ley Rice; commerce; and that the subject had created a great sensation hil-eld do. 40,960 42,73 -- -
that Consider Howland Hammatt of Boston, merchant, may at Trieste, the principal port of Austria, in expectation, that uindham do. 28,745 31 684 261,973 275,24g
take the name of Charles Howland Hammatt; thatElf zabeth if the Americans are allowed a direct trade to the Turkish females exceed the males 5567; but as offset to a
Stickney, daughter of Thomas Stickney, late of Worcester,; ports, it will deprive Trieste, and the other Austrian ports in te females mxceed tle les 5567 but ae offset to a
deceased, mayttake the name of Elizabeth Stickney Ward; he Adriatic, of a very lucrative branch of their trade-that great part of this may be placed the seamen, travellers, &c.
that John Tappan, jun. son of John Tappan of Boston, mer- te sdri the American vessels with the merchandise of who being absent a not counted.
of supplying the American vessels with the merchandize of wh g absent are not counted.
chant, may take the name of John Gallison Tappan; that Da- .ptheLpevan ,tThere have been several indications of late A Black Speck. By the census of Connecti;cut it appears
rius Holbrookjun. of Boston, merchant, maytak J ame Whitney of that a negotiation is on the carpet, for some commercial ar- that there are 97 SLAVES in that free and oepuboican State.
of Darius Blake Holbrook; that Phineas James Whitney o rf gements between the United States and Ottoman Porte. There is no such speck on the escutcheon of Massachusetts.
Shirlevy, son of Thomas Whitney, Esq. may take the name of rn t- U a Pt.
James Phineas Whitney ; that Agnes Bradlee, daughter of ExTRACT OF A LETTES, DATED rProreSsire Cenlsus of the City and State of NV. Iork.
John W. Bradlee of Boston, may take the name of Agnes Smyrna, Oct. 20, 1820. 1'Years. Cit. State. Years. City. State.
Love Bradlee; that John Jones of Boston, jeweller, may "At length, I suspect, the government of the United 1756 10,881 9.4l6 1800 60,489 586,141
take the name of John Belknap Jones ; that D Lucena States has sent an agent to Constantinople. A few days past 1771 21.865 163,338 1810 96,373 959,o49
Palmer, of Amherst, may take the name of a Frederick mAu- the United States brig Spark arrived here, and Mr. BiAssn, 1786 2 4 28,04 1820 123,706 Not ascertained.
may take thme name of Henry Kemble Oliver ; that Lillie wHlo came in her, proceeded immediately to Constantinople It is worthy of remark, ho very closely the City ad
Phelps of Charlestown, may take the name of Elisha Lillie however, more than two months ago I learned the English State retain the relative and comparative numbers for a
Phate of Boston, deceased, Hammay tt, son of illiame of Abaha embassy at Constantinople expected the arrival of an Ameri- term of nearly 70 years-the ty uformly containing from
late of Boston, deceased, may take thof Western, inhol- can Minister. The departure of Mr. BiAnss from the United one-eighth to one-tent h of tile whole population of the State.
Barker Hammatt; that Argalus Thomas o ern, int h States appears to have been a great secret; it is most prob- CENSUS OF MARYLAND.
Stanley of Danvers, shoemake, may take the name of Josep- able, however, the English Minister by some means ascertain- Counties. 1810. 1820. Counties. 1810. 18920
Stanl Ober Prescotto Danvers, shoemaker, may takeoff Boston, sone name of J ed his nomination, I trust any negotiation that may be under- Alleganu cnuntv, 6,909 8,654 Kent do. 11.450 11,453
seph Ober Prescott; that Daniel Sigourney o oston, son o taken will not be made through the medium of any foreign Ann Ar'undal cu. 26 668 27,165 Montgomery do. 17,980 16,400
Daniel Andrew Sigourney late of Chelsea, may taken Tufts, the third, of power, particularly the Russians; to be regarded as their Cityof Baltimore,46,555 62,738 P. George's do. 20,589 2to. 16
Daniel Andrew Sigourney ; that Nathan Tuts, athe third friends would by no means be agreeable to a resident in the Baltimore count.,23,255 33,463 Queen Anm's do. 16,6.18 14,952
Charlestown, son of Amos Tufts, blacksmith, may take the Levant; neither do I believe any such mediation would be Calvert dlo. 8,005 8,073 St. Mary's do. 12,794 12,974
name of Nathan Adams Tufts; that Abigail Stone of Ln- esr The Spark is to remain for despatches from Caroline do. 9,453 10,lu8 Stutrset do. 17,195 19,579
coln, singlewoman, and daughter of Gregory Stone, may take necesar Thy e Spark is to remain for despatchics fom- mCainch ti n 130665 168'h8, Tait rho. 14-230 14389
Seitnate, mariner, may take the name of Silas Pennimen ; The Island of Hlayti, to which we are sorry to perceive I)o-chester do. 18,108 17 759 WVorcester do. 16971 17,371
of Beamin Robert Dwnes; t oh Harri f most probably become a renewed scene of carnage and pro- lwarhbrd do. e21,258 15,9'+ Granut Total 3.0.546 ,P7,300
the firm of Gores & Hartis, may take the name of John seription. The African race can never be reconciled with I Increase in 10 years, 26,754.,-Of tIle above, 107,288 are
Sharrad Harris; that Henry Weed of Dana, may take the that which is mixed with the white. Of this the recent plot slaves, 39,748 free coloured persons. Aliens 3776-Agricul-
name of Henry Stinson Weed s that Pelham Bonney of Perm- affords an example, in addition to those, which so many mas- turalists 79,135-Manufacturers 18,636-Commercial 4872.


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:-- .... acti-in at the Suprenmp ju4iuiail ourtC at tile Judges of the sald Court of Common Pleas
W- O *'F 3ASSA Ci UlSETTS. next ter.mn thereof for tlie same cd6inty, and as soon after the fiistl day 'f ,uly next as he (
....-.. shall prod-iuce thera copy of all the papers, shall sie fit.
YA- UTiiORIrr Y. as in case of appeal. And the said Supreme App'-oved by the Governor-Feb. 14, 1821.
SY AUTH 0R IT Judicial Court shall have cognizance thereof, V
and consider and detertAine the same action, AN ACT in addition to an Act, enti-
COMA.~\N \'!'ALTII or .MASSACHUSETTS. in the same manner itsthey are authorized to ltied An Act to establish a Court of a
I the yea four Lordoedo in respectto a.tipons on which questions of Common Pleas for the Commonwealth I
Sthe year f our Lord onethousand eiht hun law are reserved in any of the modes prescrib- of assachusetts."
dred and t iety-ot.C. ed by law by any nne Justice of the Supreme o e
A.N ACT to establish Court of Coam- Judicial Court, and shall render judgment, SEc. 1 l it enacted by the Senate and
Slets f s te Couonwealth of and issue execution thereon; r may grant a Rep eti in
1 iew trial at the bar of said Court, as law and eral Conrt assemble.-, and by the authority nf S
Massachtsetts. justice shall require: Provided, that when thesame, Th: t'ln rswec:ive Cwerks of the-
SF.C. 1. Be it endcted any party alleging exceptions as aforesaid Courts of Commons Pea-; wii n this Com-
Sby the Senateaad House shall fail to enter the action at the first suc- monwealthi, n:tlo wit'cnse n dysaext after
of Representatives, in feeding term of the said Supreme Judicial the termination of each session f said Court
General Court assembled. Court for the same county, and complaint whn the rsp ive cott iret o

the same, That there be, is provided in cases of appeal, or whenever said county, all the fees which shall have ac- j
a hereby is establish- the said Supreme Judicial Ctourt shall deter- crued to the use of this Commonwealth, in
ed a Court of Common mine, that any exceptions alleged in manner said county, by virtue of the eleventh section
v- % Pleas for the Commonr afo-esaid are frivolous, and intended only for othe act passed at th'e present session ofthe
w:- wlthl of M"assachusetts,,i delay, the said Supreme Court shall award a ot imon Pleas for the Commona a
-t and that there shall be double the costs of that Court against the wealth of Mssachsetts ;" And the respec-
held and kept in each, party making the exceptions; but when the wealth ou TUachuserts ; And th- dspec-
county within the Commonwealth at such! exceptions shallnot appear to have been mad e e Cunty Treasurer's, shall beheldtoac-
times aid places as are now by law appoi.ited' -for delay only, although they may by said count with tile rreasn.er of this tommon-
for holding the Boston Court of Common Court be deemed insufficient for'arresting wealth for all sums received by them by vir.
Pleas and the Circuit Courtsof Common Pleas judgment, the said Court shall, in such case, tue. 2 e itfuther es t.ed, That if
within tile respective counties of said Com- award only single costs against the party Clerk shall Befuse or neglect t accounts for
monwealth, a Court of Common Pleas, which making the exceptions, and shall increase any Clekshallefe on aforesaid t n tanner
Court shall be holden by one or more Justi- damages recovered in the Courtbefore which and pay over the f-es aforesaid, in manner
cesofthe Court ofCommonPleas,who shallbe such exceptions were allowed, so as that in- and within the time aforesaid, e shall fo rfit
wealth,andshaland pay, in addition to the fees so accrued,as
a citizen of taid Commonwealth, and shall be terest at the rate of six per cent. per annum af. esi a penillnot exceeding thetmmof
appointed aiid commissioned pursuant to the be allowed to the time of rendering thefinal five nndre, dollars, to be sued fai tnd re-
provisions of this act, and shall have orgnal judgment. fcovehndred by dollars, to e sTreaurer for the. use
jurisdiction of all civil actions arising or liap- Sr.c. 6. Be it further enacted, That nothing coesredCbytheonwety Treasure tfe r ef.ctiuse
opening within the counties of said Common- in this act shall be construed to 'deprive any County Trsunrers shall o nd tive information
wealth, respect vely, excepting such actions party of his or her right to a writf error, for eu thesupree u l
whecin thile Supremne Judicial Court,or where any error appearing of record in any action, toe Justices oof the faSupreniey sucidel Court
Justices of the Peace now have original ju- or to prevent any party aggrieved 'by the or to s e one ofthem, ofr sh deliq uin-
risdiclion : and shall also have jurisdiction of opinion orjudgment of said Court of Common cy or neglect within their respective coun-
all such offences, crimes, and misdemeanors, Pleas, rendered upon any issue at law or case es d by the Goernor, Fe 5, 1821
as, before the passing of this act, were cog- stated by any parties, (and where it is not Approved by the Governor, Feb 1821.
nizable by the Boston Court ofCommon Pleas agreed that the decision of such Court shall
arid the respective Circuit Courts of Common be final,) from appealing therefrom to the M ISCELLAN Y. -
Pleas; -nd shall also have appellate juris- Supreme Judicial Uourt as heretofore : Pro-
diction of all civil actions, and of all crimes vided, that no right shall be reserved or al- The Society for employing the Poor.
and offences, where an appeal may-now by lowed to wave the pleadings or statement of rylS Society was formed in the beginning of
law be made to the Boston Court of Common the case joined or made in said Court of Com- t80,cie bya number of benevolent ladiesin
Pleas and the Circuit Courts of Common mon Pleas; but the Supreme Judicial Court Bnston. As a similar society, hilch was founiled
Pleas, from the sentence or judgment of a shall decide the cause upon the same plead- some years since in New-York, has been defeated
Justice of the Peace. And the' said Court ingsor state of the case, upon which the judg- in its objectby some peculiar and unavoidable mis-
of ( omnmon Pleas are hereby fully authorized ment appealed from was founded. fortunes, the founders of this society were for 'a
to give judgment, award execution, adminis- SFc. 7. Be it further enacted, That in addi- time willing to have their attempt in a great me.q-
ter all necessary oaths and affirmations, and tion to thepowers herein before enumerated, sure private, that if their efforts proved unavailing,
to do, execute, perform, and order whatever the said Court of Common Pleas shall have it might not he generally known that a second at-
by the constitution and laws it shall be their power at ltie term at which any judgment in temiptto establish so vahtable a charityin Boha result-
duty to do, or whatever the Boston Court of any action (wherein said Court have final ju- now been in operation a ear, and by its judicious
Common Pleas, and the (.ircuit ourt of rii-dictlon) is rendered, or at any subsequent nmanagemn'ent of the small'fimnds devoted to this ob-
Common Pleas, before the passing of this act, term thereof, within one year from the rendi- jeet, have proved that much public advantage may
were authorized to do, execute, and perform: tinn of any Judgment, on petition or motion, be expected f-rom it. The experiment has proved
Z-rovided, nothing in this act shall be so con- first giviiug die notice thereof to the adverse successful; and they commence the second year
strued as to affect the original or appellate party,'t grant a new or further trial of any with betterhopes that the society will become ex-
jurisdiction g.'ien by law to the Municipal such action for any cause lor which by the tensive!v useful.
.Court for the town ,;f Boston. common law, a new trial may now be granted, As tle e existence of this society has now become
Sac. 2.ee it further enacted, That there or when. upon due exam;na'ion, it shall ap generally known, it seems roped with itsobjects. It is
shall be appointed, commissioned and quali- pear to said Court, that justice has not been intended to supply work to that meritorious and
fled, in manner provided by the Constitution, done between the parties, upon such terms, suffering class of thepoor, who are willingto labor,
four meet persons to be Justices of the Court restrictions and limitations as the said Court but cannot find employment. Many more have
of Common Pleas within this Commonwealth, may deem just and reasonable. And said applied for work than the society, with their lim-
who shall be men of sobriety of manners, and Court of Common Pleas shall have power cited means could employ. But they have already
learned in the law ; one of whom shall be ap- from time to time to make and establish all given work in small quantities to above three hun-
pointed and commissioned Chief Justice of such rules for the entry of actions filing pleas dred women, and thus partially assisted them to
said Court, and who shall hold their office in abatement and demurrers to declaralions, s' '.iort tuhentsc ep and thleiir dependent f mlies..
during good behaviour. And either of said and for the orderly and well co acting the appoints r work have appeal very es te
JusticessoneredapplicuStotwoikavappearederydestitute
Justices, so appointed, commissioned and business thereof, as may be thought proper ; a large part of them are widows with families of
qualified, shall have power to hold the Courts provided the same tire not repugnant to the young children; and the rest ree principallymothers,
of' commonn Pleas within any county in this laws of the Commonwealth. whose husbands are either unable to procure eut-
Commonwealth, at the same times and places SEC 8. Be it further enacted. That the plnyment, or negligent about providing tbr thqir
as the Boston Court of Common Pleas, and Grand and 'Traverse Jurors now required to families, and leave totthem the task of maintainuig-
the s-veral, Circuit Courts of Common Pleas, attend the Boston Court of Common Pleas and their children and themselves.c
are now by law. to be holden therein. And the Chrcuit Court of Common Fleas in the res. Ceato ate has beens kealto fix the pice f
bienever it shall so happeft, that no Justice pcctive counties, shill be required to attend a' the pio e rceyed by th'os- .. -, do 1.I
said Court shall attend at the time or place, the Court of Common Pleas holden win the work, at scerl. i un- n, ,J.uisie. e efl'0'eir.
at ich said Court by law,. or by previous r .ivA.gr.untp e -.sthe me ma anne -.a--'L, -*-: Ir,-i, h',ru-.. cl.isnel s'-it.
an i su e th...ee iff o th en, cu n eu et samie penalties, that they-tm'-nw other ; and thus encouragement is given to those
and in such case, the Sheriff of the county holden by law to attend the BoDston Court of Vho could nototherwise find themeans oftrmplaoy
may adjourn the said Courit, f-rom day today, Common Pleas,and the Circuit Courts of Coam- ing themselves. The effect of this will beA o6 di i
or time to time, as the circumstances of-the mon Pleas ; and shall give their attendance minish idleness, that fruitful parent of vice anud de
case mav require, and shall make public no- on such days of eachterm as shall be directed gradation, aid to encourage the efforts of those
tification thereof in wrtiurg or by publishing by the Court of Common Pleas in each coun- who are disposed to be industrious. There are.
the same in a newspaper printed in the tv respectively, and the writs of venire facias iany suc,"k, w ahterkinding it im possible wo o
cnintv -aisuaccording.l tain work, sink into despair-,and become worse
c0unt h hall issue accordingly, t than lost to society. Just in the same degree that
SEc. .3. Be it further enacted, That all SCo. 9.Be it furher enacted. That all ac- the pooo are encouraged to support themselves,
writs and processes,issuing from the Court of lions, suits, matters and things which maybe they are gutnarded from vice, and tile communiUiv is
Common Plens,shall be in the name of the pending in the Boston Court of Common relieved from the hazard of their becoming pul:iec
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, shall bear Pleas, and the several Circuit Courts of Canm, charges.
test of one ofihe Justices of said Court ; and mon, Pleas within this Commonwealth, and This society began with a small fund, obtained
such writs and processes shall be under the all writs executions, warrants, r6cogniz.nces. by the donations of charitable individuals, and ii
seal of said Court, iatd signed by the Clerk and processes returnable to, and which would small annual s subscription. They have also a- list
of sa.d Court, in the county where the writ have hiad L-y therein, had not this act been uork to the amount oftheir s-iually to furn. Itis
or pr ocess may be returnable, an-d.shall nave passed, shall, afier this act shall take effect, could tote onsiheaby i reassd, cit wound I hi
force, be obeyed, and executed itt every be retturnabole to, and have day in, andtbe ful. pomote the utilityofthe estab:isment.
county within the Comnonwealth ; and all yIv acted upon by the Court of Common Pleas If it is a public advantage to teach the poor to
original processes shall be summons, capias created by this act, in the respective counties become industrious, and thus to support them-
or attachment, and shall be served and re- where the same may be now pending, or are selves, this society ndeseres encouragement. Thleiir
turned in the same way and manner as is made returnable. And all parties, jurors, p,-esent means are too limited, and they have bcee'
now provided by law for the service and re- witnesses and others, who would have been obliged entirely to refuse employment to several
turn of similar proc,-sses: and the forms of .held to appear at the Boston Court of Com- -hundred applicants, although the ladies have ind
all presses and executions shall be so far mon Pleas and the Circuit Courts of Comion gbest personal exertion, and conducted the estab-
altered and chtrnged as to conform to the Pleas, then next to be holden in this lislimenst ithvery ouli hle eIo burns ise i'adii'l-:
provisions of this act. monwealih after this act shall take effect, employ the poorio mnufactn,ue thn obta
SEc. 4. Be it further enacted, That any par. shall be holden to appear at the next Court of a einurseest f tne s ths. Snou l th obt.
ty aggrieved at tihe judgment of the Court Common Pleas created by this act in their suitably encouraged in the attempt, it is beht vi;'l
of C(>mmon Pleas, in any real actioii or any respective counties And the said Court of the result of this establishliint will be to diminish'
pe-'sonal action, wherein any issue has been Common Pleas created by this act, shall in the sufferings, Ind einouirage the industry, ofa.
joined, in which the debt or damages de- the counties respectively, have full power lhuge portion of the unfortunate.
ni.tndetdshall exceed the sum of one hundred aurd authority to grant any executions, to cart'- -- --
dollrs, may appeal therefrom to the.next ry into effect any judgment rendered in the OLD SOUTH. -
Suprenme Judicial Court, to be holden within Boison Court of Comspon Pleas and the Cir- A letter has been addressed to the Rev.Mr.
and for the county where such judnemeni't- lnit Cours ofCommonPteas nowin existence, LOWELL, by upwards of fort members ofthte
may be rendered, and the party so appetlingi, in ihe same manner as said Courts might, had Old South Society, of which the following is
before such appeal be allowed, shall recog. not this act been passed. a copy :- ost, Feb. ,
nizse with sufficient surety or sureties to the SEc. 10 Be it further enacted, That the Rpa. Ann Dz-kt Sin t8
adverse party in a reasonable sum to prose- Chief Justice of said Court of Common Pleas, The subscribers, umenmlersofthe"Old South"
cuttoi h:s appeal to the Court appealed to, shall during his continuance in office, receive Society, bg leave to oletr vou the expression of
and to pay all such costs as may arise inany from ihe Treasury of the Commonwealth, in their sincere regret. that thet ltimatedetertmination
such suit after suclt appeal ; and where any full for his services the sum of twenty-one of the Council convened for the ordifatiord f the
such appeal shall be made by any plaintiff, hundred dollars, annually, in equal quarterly Rev. Mr. WVIsNE, on Wednesday last, sh'ould'h'uve.
and hie ,hall not recover more than one hunm- payments; and the said Justices of said Court overruled 'he arrangement by which the unanimous
tired dollars at the Court appealed to, the of Common Ples, shall during their continu- vote of the.Chutrch and Society, who acted on the_
plaintiff shall not recover any costs at the dance in office, receive from the Treasury of occasion, had assigned you asi i.ntresting prt in
Court appealed to, on such appeal; but the the Commonwealth, in full for their services,. hpre onosis f that dai-.. 1 i. i,,
defend:uit shall be entitled to recover his t annually. the sum of eighteen hundred dollars heoto wemosts de-so,0 that on a
costs atah-,w the plaintiff on such appeal, ench, in equal quarterly payments. And if castion wlch snhoulds beregarded as n holyjiubtle,
and shall have a separate judgment therefore; either of said J.ustices of said Court of Corm- when past animosities should be torgotten ad char-
and in case sucnh appeal was made by the de- man P'lea- shall accept of any office, under table feelings should prevail, an opp.-rtunitysshould
fendant, and the debt or damages recovered the government of the United States, or of a be seized to tear asunder the bonds of Christian fel-
on the original action sh'all not be reduced on seat in either branch of the Legislature of this lowship, and to draw a line of distinction between
ths appeal, the plainttiff sl.hall be entitled to Commonwealth, o- of any office under the those who profess to teach the same Gospel. For
recover double costs of suit on the appeal, Govcrnment of the same, except the office of such violation uf Christian charity, we will not at-
anl have his judgmentandexecution accerd- Jusei.ice of th,. Peace, or an office in the tempt an pol'gy; we know that your Christian
-'gly; and no execution shall issue on the militia, hlis office f Jstice of the Court of uis f. ioHble eonstunntion, but vano setisibi itve
jutnlg-,,nt appc.'e-dfrom; andin c.se th par- Common Phleas shal thereby be vaca ed ; and must h-uve received a waonit, whicl'the coseolatiots
ty appealing shl:l neglect to enter his :appeal, it small be the duty of the Governor with ihe of Religion only can heal. To these we card tid
the -ounrt appealed to may, upon complaint, advice of the Council to supply the vacancy in nothing but our sympathy,and the asst'rance of'the
proceed to render judgm.nent it)on stuch action the manner before pointed out in this act. great regard with which,, .
agreeable to the provisions of this act :--Pro- Ec. 11 Beit further enacted, That all fees We remain, dear sir, most truly, your friends,
vit,,,., however, t utt the Court, to which appeal which have htretufure been tard to Justices Rv.HE SUBSCABLES LOWS..
is p.a:t-, siall iave power to set off such itdg- f the roston Court of Common Pleas, and "CiARLES lOW ebL.
mentrios the defendanttmay : coveragaiinst thle the (Circuit Courts of Common Pleas shali CoBRECTIOs.-We have been requested to
judgment whi':. he plaint t' may recovering hereafter be p-id into the treasury of tte correct a statement made in the papers of
saol suit: and provided also. that, if the Su- Commonwealihi, b' the Clerks of the Courts proceedings in the late ordination of the Rev.
pri-me Jtdicial tmrt shall certify, that there of Cnmmon Pleas, 'asul the Clerks of the Bos- Mr. Wiss-.; and to say, tliat the ordaining
watm reaso'rable case forin'ch appeal ,.ade by tin Court of Common Pleas; -. nd the Circuit Council did not,by any act, refitse to confirm
tn:- pl:uniff; the pl uintiff may thereupon re- Con,.,s of Common Pleas.shall be thIe Clerks of the assignment by the Society ofthe Rev. Mr.
cover hIis costs of'hhe appeal, lite Coniurts ,fCiCommnon Pleas within thieirres. LOWELL to givethe right hand offellowshipi;
SEC. 5. Be it fntth'er enacted, That it shall pecurive counties. and futther, that had anyvote been taken, the
be lawful for either -party thinking himself or Se 12 e it further enacted, That the assignment would iave been confirmed. We
lihers': .:'. g'rieved uy any opinion, direction, -ets entithl-( An act establishing a Court of are instructed further to state, that in the.dis-
or ju tygnent ofsa.>l Cour't of Common Pleas, Cormmon Pleas. within and for the county nof cussion of the arrangements for the services
in an- matter of law to allege exceptions to ,uffl!k, to Ib' styled the Boston CourtofCom. In the Council, when they came to that part
thel stamne, whlichl exceptions being reduced to mon Pleas and An act establishina- Cir- which provided for the proffer of the Fel-


wriling", in a s'mmaI);ry mode, and being pre. culit Courts of Common Pleas within this lowship of the Churches, the arrangement
sented to tic C:ir'. before the adjournment Commornwealth and, all 2act and parts of respecting the Rev-. 1Mr. LOWELL, did excite
thereof, andl C. 'i .l :onformable to the truth acts, iun audition ihereto, be, and the same some remarks ; but the Rev. Gentleman irn.
of the ca---, sh'ill bh : I;'ved and s'a ied by the are hereby repealed. mediately rose, expressed his regret that any
presLnsngJ fig.e oni ,istice ofsaid CCurt; and SEC 1 Be it further enacted, Thatilhis topic should delay the proceeding of the
- thier'etpon dl futr't!"r proceedings in such act shall take effcl, and b in fTorce, from and Cauncil, and declined being considered a can-
actio in said Court -' ditt be stayed, andl the after'the fir-s day of :ugust nex : Provided, ditate for the duty assigned to him by the
party liak ::g such exceptions shall enter such T'har the Movernor, by ard with the advice Society; and soon after left the Council
and consent of the Council, may appoint the TRe'. Mr.
HU3TIreToX.


CONGRESSIONAL J.OURNAL.
14 SENATE, Frn. 19, 1821.
T HE bill to amend the Charter of the Bank
of the United States, was read a third time,
nil passed:-
Y', AS.-Mesirs arbour, UDana, Dickerson, Ea-
on, awardsds, Ellil, anillard, Holnmes, of Maine,
HolmeS, of Miss. lintl'r, Jonhnson, of Ken. John-
on, of Lou. King, of N. Y. Mills, Morril, Otis,
Parri it, I't-easn ts, Roberts, Santord, Snuthard,
Stokes, Tl'iehenor, Vtalker, of Alab. Walker, of
Geo. aid Willianis, of Miss.-26.
NAYS -Messrs. Chandler, Lanmao, Lowrie,
Maco No!le, palmer, Ruggles, Smith, Talbot,
and Trimb ie.-10.
DBAVKlUPT BILL.
I he engrossed bill on this important sub-
ject, passed as follows :-
YEAS.-Mesris. ofleosn, Dana, Dickerson, Ed-
wn-ds. Eliot, Gaillard. Horsey, Hunter, Johnisol-,
oif.-,u. King. ot N. Y. Knight, Mills, Noble, Otis,
Parnvott. Sannbford, Southard, Stokes, Taylor, Thorn-
as, V.ra ')yke. amd Williams, of Miss.--22
NAYS. Messrs. Barbour, Chandler,. Eaton,
Ho'nms. of Maine, Holmes, of Mis-. Johnson, of
Ken. King, ofAlab. Lowrie.Macon, Morril, Pleas-
ants. Rloberts, Ruglles, Smith, Talbot, Trnilble,
WNalkr, of Alab. Walker, of'Geo. and Williams,
of'Teni.-19.
So the bill passed, and was sent to the
House for concurrence.
After attending to Executive business, the
Senate Adjourned.
TuosSAy, FaE. 20. A transcript of all the
Lists ofPassengers* which arrived in th c Uni-
ted States Trom the 1st Octaber, 1819, to
Sept. SO, 1820, inclusive, was received, and
read.I-
The bill respecting the compensation to
Custom-House officers, passed to a third read.
ing. [Since passed and sent to the House.]
MISSOURI-AGAIN.
Mr. RosnETS, of Pennsylvania, modified his
resolution so as to read:-
Resolved, That the State of Missouri shall be,
and is hereby declared, one of the United States of
America, and is admitted into the Union on an e-
qual footing with the original States, in all respects
whatever: -Provided, That the following be taken
as fundamental conditions and terms upon which
the said State is admitted into the Union, namely :
that the fourth clause of the twenty-sixth section'of
The clasifieation of these passengers, will afford al-
most as much amusement as'information ; hut pian exami-
nation it will be lfond to accord with the iules of the most
approved write's en national economy.
PASSENGERS
A.rr'ved in the U. S. from foreign countries,
jronm Sept. 30, 1819, to Sept. 30, 1820.
USEFUL PRODUCTIVE CLASS.

Artificer, 1 Mattrass maker, 1
Bakers, - 58 Mechanics, 31
Basket makers, 5. Milliners; 17
'Blacksmiths, 35 Millers,. 9
Block makers, 7 Millwrights,., 2-
Boat builders, 4 Morocco dresser, 1
Book binder, 1 Nail maker, 1
Boot makers, 3 Painters, 13
Brick layers, 6 Paper makers, 2
Brick maker, 1 Pin &needle makers,2
Brazier, -. 1 Planters, 66
Brass founders, 2 Plasterers, 7
Brewers, 6 Plumbers, 3
Butchers, 37 Potters, 2
Button maker, 1- Printers, 4
Cabinet makers, 22 Refiner, 1
Carpenters, 114 Rigger, -I 1
Chair makers, 4 Rope makers, 5
Chindlers, 6 Rule makers, 2
Cloth dressers,' 3 Sadlers, 4
Clothiers, 9' Saffm ikers, 2
Cloth manufacturer. 1 Semtresses, 10
Coor 't,-M1,ri ~,pspltcrs, 5
Copp'ersmiths 4 Shoe makers, 82
Cotton spinner, 1 llsilver smiths, 2
C.turiers, 10 Slater, 1I
Cutlers, 5 oap boilers,- 2
Distillers, 5 Stavy makers, 2
Dyers, - 3 Stone cutters, 8
Farmers, 806 Sup. of glass works, 1
Fishermen,- 4 Tailors, 55
Flax dresser, 1 Tai lor and farmer, 1
Gardeners, 25 Taminers, 3
Goldsmith, 1 Tanner and currier, 1
Gunsmiths, 3 finker, 1
Harness makers, 3 | Tobacconists, 6
'Hatters, 5 Turner, 1
Iron founder, 1 Umbrella makers. 2
Laborers, 289 Watch-mnkers, 6
Leather dresser, I Weavers, 61
Martan makers, 5 Whit-lwvrights, 4
Manufacturers, 7 White smiths, 4
Masons, 12 Wax makers, 2

Total, of the useful productive class, 1987
USEFUL UNrUonucTIrv CLASS.


Accountants, -
Ambassadors,
Architects,
Artists, -
Anctioneer, -
.arbers, -
Carters, -. -
Clergymen,
Clerks, -
Colliers, -
Cooks, -
Confectioners,
Consuls, -
Dentist, .
Draftsman,
Drapets, -
Druggists, -
Engineers,
Engravers, -
Fair traders, -
Farriers, -
Governess,
Grocers, -
* H.:tdameon-, -


4 Horse doctor,
2 House keepers,
- 2 Judge, -
- 2 Lawyers,. -
- 1 I Limner, -
- 5! Mariners, -
- 2 Mathematician,
- 18 i Mercnants,
- 76 I Military men,
- 3 Nurse, -
- 7 i Paper hanger,
- 4 Physicians, -
- 4 Publican, -
- 1 Schoolmasters,
- 1 Servants, -
- 6 Shopkeepers,
- 2 Stationers, -
- 6 Steward, -
- 2 Supercargoes,
- 2 Sirgeons, -
- 2 Surveyors, -
- 1 I Traders, -
- 6 Washerwomen,
2 Woolen draper,


- 1
- 8
- 1
- 5
- 1
350
- 1
938
- 32
- 1
- 1
- 33
- 1
- 21
- 87
- 11
- 4
- 1
- 26
- 8
- 3
- 31
- 3
S1


Total,. f the usefut unproductive class, 1730

10ttNAMENTAL AND AMUSING UNPRODUCTIVE
CLASS.
Dancing master, 1 Jewellers, 5
Falconer, 1 'Ladies, 49
*Gentlemeri, 87 R:,pe dancer, 1
Gilder, 1 Showman, 1
Hair dressers, 2 __
Total, of this class 148
E1aCAPITULATIO0x.
Useful productive class, .- .. 1987
Useful unproducaive class, .- 1730
Ornamental and amusing unproductive
class, - - -- 148


the tliWr-ticle of the Constitution, submitted by
ulie people ofAMissouri, to the consideration of Con-
gross, hall, as soon as the provisions of said Consti-
tution will admit, be so modified, tlist it shall not be
applicable to any description of persons who may
now be, or hereafter shall become citizens of any
State in this Union ;-and that, until so modified, no
law, passed in conformity thereto, shall be constru-
ed to exclude any citizen of either State in' this
Unionfi-om the enjoyment of any of the privileges
and immunities to which such citizen is entitled
under the Constitution of the United States.
Made the order of the day for to morrow.
A resolution to extend the laws of the U.S.
to the State of Mississippi, and TERRITORY
OF FLORIDA, (when formed,) was read, and
laid on the table. Adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21. A joint com-
mittee, consisting of the H6n. Messrs.
BARBOUR, and KING, of N. Y. on the part
of the Senate, was appointed to wait on
THE PRESIDENT of the United States,
and to notify him of his reelection.
An order passed to notify the Hon. DAN-
IEL D. TOMPKINS of his reelection as Vice.
President.
MITSSUURI-AGAIN.
The Senate, in committee,-considered the
resolution offered by Mr RoBERTS, for the
conditional admission of Missouri into the U-
nion. [f^'.YSee above.] Much debate ensued
on numerous motions to amend, &c. which it
is needless to notice in detail. A motion to
strike, from the resolution all the, proviso, was
negative, Yeas 15, Nays 27. At length the
question was:taken on giving the resolution
a third reading, which was thus decided:-
YEAS-Messrs. Barbour, Edwards, Elliott,
Holmes, of Maine, Horsey, Johnson, of Ken, John-
Ron, ofr Lou. Lowrie, Morril, Parrntt, Ple.usants,
Roberts, Southard, Stokes, Talbot, Taylor, Thom-
as, Walker, of Geo. and Williamsof Tenn.--19.
NAYS-Messrs. Brown, Chandler, Dana. Dick-
erson. Eaton, Gailltrd, Holmes, of .Miss. King, of
Also. King, of New-York, Knight, Lannan, Ma-
coin, Mills, Noble, 0 is, Palmer, Rugg!es, Sanford,
Smith, TichenRor, Trimible, Van Dyke, Walker, of
Alabama, and Williams, of Miss.-24..
So the resolution was rejected.
lEDUCTIONm OF THE ./aRMY.
The Senate resumed the consideration of
the bill from the House to reduce the -army,
and the amendments proposed tihereto )y the
Military Committee of the Senate. [These
amendments huve already been enumerated.]
Mr. WILLIAMS explained the modifications
reported to the. bill, and remarked that the
expense of these modifications would not, ex-
ceed S82,000 per annum.
Mr. WALKER, of Georgia, moved to amei.d
one of the modifications so as to give the
President power to select artillery officers to
perform present ordnance duties, with extra
pay; and to retain the present Ordnance corps.
Mr. OTIS advocated this motion, being always
in favor ofmaintainig existing establishments
where there were not strong and clear rea-
sons for changing, which reasons did not ex-
ist for the present change, but on the con-
trary they were adverse to it. He would,
therefore, prefer the provision of the other
House in preference t6 the amendment.
he motion was negatived-Ayes 18, Noes
19. And the bill was laid on the table.
The Senate spent some time in the consid-
eration of Executive business iancj then
----- Adjoirned.
huss of Representati-ves.
MONMAY, FEDa19. .. Thl Tari fBill was re-
ported with amenlmnents, laid on the table,
and. ordered to be printed.
SSOUfTH J.f RIG03N PROVINCES.
t':r. CLx arepaorteed, that the President of
the-UJ. S. had assured the committee appoint-
ed to wait upon him, that, in, common with
the House of Representarives, he felt a great
interest in the success of the provinces of
Spanisi Anmerica which are struggling to es-
tablish their freedom and independence ; and
that hlie wotid take the resolution into delib.
rate cc sideration, with the most perfect
respect fbrthle distinguished body fiorn which
it had emanated.
.R5tiY OFFII*ERS' COXPES4lTO.AV.
The Hruse resumed the consideration of
the bill on this sbject.-S several amendments
were proposed to this bnil, but the) were uni-
formly rejected, and it passed to be engross-
ed without a division. [In'this discussion, the
great Cainon of thie West was frequently dis-
charged at that -erelh:nt instttiution the .lil-
itary academyy at West Point; but its calibre
does not app1-ar sufficiently la;'ge to injure it.
REDTrCTTOJV OF &.ILAKIRES.
The bill for the general reduction of sala-
ries, was discussed in committee of the whole,
Mr. Fu'.LEtu in the chair. Various amiend-
ments were made to the.bill; when the com-
mittee rise, reported progress, and had leave
to sit again. Adjourned.
Toursnr-T, FE. 20. Mr. FULLER, from the
Naval committee, reported the bill from the
Senate, giving Corn. TeccEit half pay for life.
After much d-hbate, the question, Shall
this bitl pass to be engrossed ? was negatived,
Ayes 67. Noes 68. [The next day on motion
qf Ifr. ALLE., of .Ilss. the Houve reconsidered
th s vote, and amended he bill by reducing
the proposed anuntty to $20 p:e month. The
question, ,',:t- -h's bdll pass to a third d reading,
was then taken, and decided as follows :-
For the reading 70
Against it 70
The Speaker voted in the affirmative, and
the bill passed to be read a third time.
Pay ofhe Army.-ITh-l 1ill on this subject,
passed.-Yeas 106. Nays 39.
REDUCTION OF SALARIES, &c.
The bill for reducing" tue salaries of the
Civil List, was again debated and amended.
Mr. CAMPBEI.L moved, that tlie pay of tIhe
members of Congress, be reduced to bix
Dollars pert day. No definitive question was
taken on the motion.
A bill to prevent Clerks, and others, in
the Departments, from making or executing
any contracts or agreements, &c.iwith penal-
,ties, was read twice.
A bill providing for thIe abolition of tlhe
offices of Agents of the 'Treasauers of the
War and Navy Departments was read twice,
and committed. Adjourned.


WDV.Etn-sIAYv, FEB. 21. 'Mr. BnowN, of
Kentucky, submitted for consideration ., mo-
tion, to repeal mlie section of the law passed at
the last session for admitting Missouri .nto the
Union, and which was denominated ,he ,om-
promise," and gave a number ;f reasons why
it ought to be repealed. On thu- .1utl-sliom,
Shall th, mat on be considered 'in ean -


jails are withdrawn from the authorities of
the United States.
BUSINESS TO BE ACTED ON.
A committee was appointed to report what
subjects before the two Houses are proper
to be aczed on, during the present session of
Congress.
MISSOURI-ONCE MURE.
Mr. CLAY gave notice, that to-morrow he
should make a motion, the ultimate object of
which would be, the declaration of the admis-
sion of Missouri into the Union.
Custom-Ifouse Officer's Ermolumnents.-The
Secretary of, the Treasury transmitted a
statement of the emoluments and expendi-
tures of the Custom-House Officers in 1820.
Ordered to lie on the table.
REDUCTION OF SALARIES.
The House resumed the consideration of
the bill, foa reducing the salaries, on an ave-
rage, 20 per cent.
The motion to reduce the pay of the Mem.
bers of Congress from eighi to six dollars a
day, occasioned a debate which lasted the
whole day.
After a number of attempts to postpone the
bill indefinitely ; and to amend it; Mr. CLAY,
with the expressed intention of putting it to
sleep, moved to lay the bill on the table.
And this motion was agreed to, 84 to 62.
A adjourned.


BOSTON'
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 28, 1821.
LATE FROM SPAIN./,
[Gazettes and v T-bal accounts to the middle of.lanuary have,
been received fr'm Spain.]
Spanish affairs generally remained tranquil;
-the friends of the true (otstoitution were
increasing; and no exigency had occurred to
require an extra call of the Cortes, as antici-
pated. Most of the offices were filled by
the Patriotic candidates, and complaints on
that score had ceased. The Spanish frigate
Constitution had arrived at Cadiz, with four
millions of specie dollars. Some of the Spa.
nish writers appeared to have condemned
the policy of the newrariff, by which almost
eveiy species of foreign manufactures are
prohibited f-om being legally imported intb
Spain ; and there were string indications that
the prohibition would induce measures inju-
rious to the manufacturers, intended to be
benefited by it, and, at the same time, in-
crease the number of contrabandists.
The Spanish gazettes ought to have fur-
nished something decisive respecting Na-
ples, but they have not, as far as we have
seen. 31 ...
THE BANKR1? UPT BILL.
This interesting bill-the enactment of
which is so loudly called for by a suffering
community, and which is rendered more im-
mediately necessary by the recent decision
of the Suprmne Judicial Court of the United
States, whu )nve virtually pronounced the
State Insolvent laws to be uneonstititiional;
has, since our last, passed the Senate--been
sent to the House of Repre sentatives-read
twice-referred to the Judicial committee-
reported by them without amendment, and
laid on the table, to be called up at any time.
'This late rapid tmarchof tihe bill induces the
hope, that it wjll reach THE PHUSIDE]T'S
signature before the close of the session

The sixteenth Congress of the United
States expires at midnight between Satu'-
day and Sunday next

S Cadrte'eP February 24,1821, l
Mi. RUSSETlT.-n-P-.' ,; inn vyour pap"'rf to *
day, that "if it is understood there is to be a
change in thle office of Register of Deeds i ) ithe
county of Middlesex," I am I. posed as another
candidate at the election to be made in March, I
think it proper publicly to-say, tisat whatever there.
may be in my circumstances which might render
the place in. object of peculiar-imlnrtance or par-
donable desire, I should regret that any of. my
friends, from aln erroneous impression that snch'a
change is gem-rally conteimplted, ornifom fih-elngs
ot'fpersonal regard or symipatliy.slhulil make nme the
oe asion of the less of a single vote to the venera-
ble gentleman whose term of office is atbnut to ex-
pir'e, ad wnho 1,as heretofore -so repltatedlv and so
deservedly united the suffragns of huis flow citi-
zens. WAM. F. STONE.,

Commodore BAnIIOX has demanded a Court
of Ilnq-i-y respecting his conduct from the
year 1807, which has been ace-eded to by
the Government. If the report is satisfacto-
ry, lie will be taken into active service.

Yesterday, the School Commttee made
choice of Mr. JoHx H. B1FLnr.c,, Usner of the
Centre school, to be Writing Master of the
new School in Derne-street ; and recommit-
ted the applications for the Reading- Master.
The School Committee have namvd the
Public Schools in North Bennet street, the
Eliot Schools ; those in Ha'wkins-street, the
M.gIayhew Schools; and those in Mason-street
the hAdams Schools.

Theatre -Tlie houses continue full and
ove-.flowing, to witness the unrivaled per-
fornanc,-s of Mr. KEAN. On Monday he
peisonated Lear, and last evening, for a se-
cond time. .J-ortimer.

Sa e of seats at the Thea're.-The pre-
miums offered for the choice of bores on
Saturday last, for Monday evening, amount-
ed to 563 50 ; which after deducting some
small expenses, has been presented to that
highly beneficial institution, the Boston, Dis-
pensary. The highest bid was S30, and box
No. 4, was chosen, having nine- seats, "the
cost of a ticket being 4 dollars 33 cents. The
lowest premium was 6. .....
Yesterday, we regret to say, this offering
to benevolence, fell very short of the pre-
ceding day; the bidding amounting 'o 136
dollars. Some causes are assigned for this
diminution, which uuill not probably again
occur, and it is anticipated that the offerings
for this and the ensuing evenings, will be
more valuable. The premiums for the last,
this, and to-morrow evenings' representa-
tions, are to be distributed equally to the
Asylum for Indigent boys. the Female Asy-
lum, the Societyv for Empl-yinug the poor,*
and tlie Howard Benevolent Society.
i fiem I.'.' of hi. rItnotitiun ill ie I oiind inl anolli.
eo Iarlf r p n'.- w ti l yoiw orr fair
nmioi-'ir t ui-(" "-- I andh's. h, I ; u- ii irn t n tih.- Iomioe la-
|] ,i, huI in-,, tj -u -i..'t-iU e, compIlstl oiflthe Ity.Dr.
Chi i Hl.,. .M I.oWel hf.. '-S tI-orl Mes .as
\I v *n p .. .. i |a,.
i.Cu, ('-,rls N '1nnr ae nd Plisy Cul-.r. Th,-ir m ro- se of
I Ihl"i i ti) HIs- m-'lt, u uhere :p i i'nis ti(m s ft r ,v k
arc received, and tiim i usi-sm of the lioustituiotni ianmaet-du,


3,865 were 43, nays 79. So the motion li, s o n thie t I
Occupation unknown, principally wom- table. A san.lt wu.uminep lmwiliing. occupied hy Mr. Iong.
en and children, - 3,136 B.AKRUPT BILL. '',v.- s a soap n,)uh.i-to1vt, wa"co.snn d hby tir
-- Thie bill from the Senate, to establish an 's. Sunt'da. iv;o10'.-l- Mrs. Ans t aon, sand
Totalsarrived in Ihe United States, 7,001. uniform system of Banlk:uptcv, was rp-ortCed h1-t I I k st iht,. i.sriiters, havn ve ltn,Andeiti-e
-- by the committee to whom :tv as conmu itleil, eor, t -if p, n it neult ln i. m. n,.. n sein.-
Of these.there are 1959 females without ait-ndment, anmd lat, 1on the It-.le, -t utm,, limitsis to the d instrncti i, ard siding .hei'-
5042 males, Total, 7,001. BOUVI",' N TO JF-IS/EAI. ll. ,rt'sly
....,- -- A statement of the lutties .ccruini,' on ini- A n .-boat was overset on Sunday afternoon
.Ofthis whole number, according to the ported salt, and the amount mtf bounti, al htsi l.n ,.al'rr, and Ss.a ,l.n "avyloRu, of Itum-
occupatins specified, therebelong to- lowed to fishing vessels to 1819, and he "Ni ',, 1 hn VI;lkn', o' 'ymouti.
ul Ss I S1 usidI,,ih s u l. -t. ,, .T others Were picked
Agrioultte -, .- 99 quantity of salt re xpoircd t It oulit bn.tof ; ha. )atl o lnpicke
tuonmerce,I--. ....--- 1461 thnahack, was made by' 1e 'rast a:t oum tn
Manufactures, hard labor, the arts, nent, and laid on the ta:b!.Te
liberal professions, refined class- The additional United States tiank Cthar- diloat- s fir Sui;lkei. Tlieer of Deedis, ill be-
es, &c. .-- 1407 ter bill, was read twive. idatns ts Suntlk tevisto teec, will be
S A resolution pas.t t>o be t,: *ssed, au- i g'ivNc in due sea ott previous to the election,
Total, 3865. thorioin ltha-sh. i be ,, .,p T eein Totnil hav no referee lsi, i thue5' Sl I wh- a -r mo t'ih- who nominate c:ind'd,.tes will please to re-
ITe e de,,omination; t .y dts no ae a te tcollectvthat nno person is eligible to me' of.
to iiutel'eetual or persontI qiulifieatioaso; but sauy denote JtSi le, colhectthat no ie-souu is eligible to the of.
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fice, who does nut "own a ritsnotsi within I solution, 90 days from Bremen, via St. Barts for1 Kentucky aad Virginia Leaf To-
the county, of the annual income of ten pounds New Bedford
(33 dollars and 33 rents) at the least" Also-Ar. seh Fair American, Gay, 4 drys OLIVE bcc, A OT.
olaSeveral ncommunications are acktnowl. from NorfolkI lor St. John, N. B. ; sch. Collector, OLIV ER, jR LAiND & ABBOT,
Several communications are acknowl. Southern, 4davs from Fredericksbisg, for alifax. Ao. 21, FVT.:IL-W R',
edged, Eo. A.o-Ar. scll. Mary Rose,, a 13 ldas from AVE th' sale-i) ilas. long leaf Kentucky
SUPREME COURT. Matanzas for Hqrttblord. Left, brig Onslo, Snow, l TobaccoI., I1 do. ', gi.rila Shipping do.
Washington, Feb. 20.-'The argument in for Boston. 15 days ; seh. Washington, Siaow, 5U0 kegs" No. 1, hielirmon.si manulactueed Tobac-
the case of Cohen vs. State of Virginia, was from Charleston, dlise.; brigs Radius, Granger, co, va:-iolns brands,
concludedby Mr. BIAaBOU for the defendant Providence. 3 days; New Columbia, Collins, N. 100 half pipes and qr. casks choice old Lisbon
in error. York 3; Mlary,'Noyes, do. unc.; and a number .Wine'.
The case of HGoES s s. BLARE, was argu- of others nantes not recollected. Sch. Nancy-Asnn, 15 biaea New-Orleans Cotton.
ed byMr.PIK.NE for the Appellant, and by Morgan, sailed the 11th for Boston. Sailed in co. A few btbl fuscovado Sugar,
Ar. W ETE for teRepondnn t.t with sch. Emily, Robbins, for New London; and 1 case adras fidkfs superior quality, and pat-
IMr. WEBsTsr ftr the Respondent. brig Samuel, ol Newport, fir llHavana-2t0th,. It. terns, entitled ti debentnrie. Feb 28
Wednesday, Feb. 21.-The argument in 40, lou. 81, saw a toplsail seh. with a signal st; in --
the case of HCGHES va. BLAKE was continued which was the letter Z. [The Zealous, Fisher, CARD WIRE JAVD COPPER.dS.
by Mr. WEBas-T and Mr. JONEs for the Re- hence for Wilminglen.] GILES LODGE,
spondent, and by Mr. PINKNEa for the Ap. 25th, no arrivals. Sell. Commerce, Fletcher, of Gj. S, L DGSI, a
pellant. Boston, from Mach;as, via Cape Ann, for N. York, vo 443, BA0-ID-STREET,
run ashore on the west point of the harbor, where HAS FOR SALF,
MARRIEDemains, and will probably have to discharge A CASKS best English Card Wire, assorted,
w MARRIED, N before she ai be got off. 12 No. i28 to 33,
O0 Sunday evening, by the Rev. M1r. Eaton, Mr. ere sh The let re all going out. 50 hds. old English Copperas.
James Wentworth to Miss Abigail Du r. GILES LODGE has removed from No. 4,
In Framingham, on Tuesday, the 20th inst. by Office of the Ne-aw Yoik Daily Advertizer Kilby-street, to No. 43, Broad-st. tf Feb 28
the Rev. Mr. Kellogg, Mr.,Henry Brewer to Miss daturiday, Feb. 26, 8 o clock, P. A. --
Susai Nurse. Arrived-brig Hippomenes, Browne, 19 days Coffee, Cocoa, Sugar, Afolasses.
In Harvard, Mr. Charles Willard to Miss Mar- from Curacoa, with salt, hides, goat skins, dye B 11 AGS and 20 bbls. old Coffee, imported
tha Frost. woods,indign, e&. Spoke sloop Plato, Bartlett, 5 10J1 in 1810.
It Lancaster, Dr. Theod.re Ingalls. of Brighton, days fomn Savanah. Fe. Feb.21, lat. 33, on. 75, 200 bags Rio'Negro Cocoa, entitled to debenture,'
Maine, to the'widow Carlton, of the forrni'rr place. saw tie Stean-ship Robert Fulton, from New- 37 bbls. Misnscovado Sutgars,
In Ipswich, Capt. Mosas Hale, of Newbur)port, Yoak, for New-Orleans. 2'2d, off Cape Feari, 24 hhds. Guad;loupe iMolsses-fir. sa e -by
to Miss Austice Iiques, of the former place, spoke sch'i Union, of Chatham, from Newbern BAKER & HODGES, No. S0, lndia-street.
In Carhasset, Mr. Warren Luthrop to Miss Lydia N. C. for New-Yourk. Feh 28
C. Nichols.
In Charlcslon, S. C. Col. William Mellard to A sel. f-roa Machias for N. York, went ashore within THOMAS LORD & CO.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Shingler. half a mile t WestChop Lightn 'Thursday morningft HAV'E FOR SALE AT-
3 o'c1cck, blowing hard at N. W. Some oa her cargo ofai A '-' OR 'oA 9L T' A \ I.3."R '.
Julaberlhad been.discharged; vessel not.njused. 9, CivLTR.A.SiTi 'r.-
DIED, ... .
In this" town, on Monlay, Mar. TIsomas Peabody, Ghartleton,Feb.13-A letter fom St.Mary'.datied t ult. BALES Power Loom Shirtigs and eet
Ithiownn onsaa,..s-Tomaseabodv, s. Hrriet, .f Portsmnouih, N. H. from Miri- igs; 6 bales Gingham and Checks.
aged 50 years-an honest man. Funeral this af- guan,(St.Domingo) bound home, put into thi, port on the 15 bales prime Yarn'; Tov numbers '
ternoon, at4 e o'clock, from his late residence in SO2h.mst. in greatlistress, having lost her capnain(Htarm6n) Waltham and Dorchester Power Loom Shirtings,
Broointield's ite. Friends and relations iare re- al ute, (Mr. Parker) and several o' her crew. wi five .tm u Tiste er i
nations ae re- others sick, on her arrival.-She wvas brought in by three Shee.ing.,and Tickings, by the packagebr piece, at
quested to atten seamen, put on loard of her b) the brig banchez, which the .lowest prices.
Notice.-The Engine Companies of Boston and was lost on the 27th or 28th inst. on Nasau Bar. (East Flon- Also-A complete assortment of American
Charlestown, are requested to meet at the Methlo. ril); the other -nan was sent from a fishing smiack. The .tmnujactuired
dist Meeting House, in Broomfield's-iane, at half *hase on i board a considerable qunstity of coflc., which AN
is in the possession of the custom house. T he five men sick Cl)yITON AND WOOLLEN GOODS,
pasts 3 o'clock. on board, have the same fever that the captain and mate from tho first Manufactories in New England, com.
On Thursday evening, suddenly. Mrs. Esther died oft but.they are all un the mend." uprising every article in the line
Lilleybridge, aged 63. Funeral this afternoon at -- 35 bales full Blood Merino and native Lambs'
3 o'c ock, from her late residence in Hancock-st. vessELs LFT. .Wool ; 5 bales live geese Felthers,
Yesterday morning, Miss Ester B. Holmes, At Halifax, 19th inst.Gen. Green, Snow, foirBoston, next 4000 pair Memi's thick Shoes,
aged 18 years. Funeral this after oon, from her day; Souperior. discharging. 4 cases Tow Cloth, c. ?c.e
fathers house. in Second-street. Friends and rela- The Orlando. left at Gibraltar, Dec. 5, Gen. Hamilton, Casl liberally ndvarnced on Goods consigned for
tions of the finily, are i equated to attend, with- of Providence; Disann, ready for sea; Ontario sloop of war, sale. 4i o Fel 28
r...ttu ,. ,-, f.e ra n aloft....Fell2
outcfsiaoiee -invitatisnnce, SiassA-sas1,0Jou-er.153-dystra


putinruler I, ,vilaun.
Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Mary Smith, widov
of the late Mr. William Smith, aged 70. Fu'e
ral to-morr6w afternoon, from her late dwelling
-house, No. 23, Middle-street. Relations ani
friends are requested to attend without further
notice.
In Charlestown, on Wednesday last, James .R
.son of Mr. Jeremiah Birch, ag-d 7.
In Medford, yesterday morning Mrs. Emmn
Cades, aged 53 years. Funeral to-morrow after
noon, at 3 o'clock. Relations and friends, are re
quested to attend without further invitation.
.In MeNdfrd, on Monday, Mrs. Mary Fuller
aged 62 years.-On Saturday last, widow Mehitabl
Flowle, aged 88.
In Milton, Capt. JonsE RUGoGES, aged 78. Fu
neral to. morrow at 2 o'clock.
In Salem, Mrs. Huldah Bryant, of Reading
aged 80.
In Beverly, Capt. Richard Obear, aged 72.
In Braintree, on 'Tuesday, 271th inst. Mr. Asapl
Faxon, in the 65th year of his age. The funera
,will be attended from his late residence, on Frida'
next, at one o'clock, P. M. The friends and csn
sections of the deceased, are requested to atteud
without a further o mrtore particular invitation.
t In Weston, -on Thursday, Gustavus Henry, son
.of Sewall Fiske, aged 7 months.
In Newburyport, on, Tuesday last, Mr. Henry
Mlerritt, msrethant. aged 48, a native of England
and on. the same day Mrs. Susannah, his wife
aged 36.
In Billerica, 22d inst. Mrs. Rebecca French
W'ife of the late Ebenezer F. aged 82.
In Bath, Mr. George Coombs, aged 72,
-i. Mansfield,- 20th ijast. Mr-.- Haniltah Show,
aged 73. ; -
In Baldwin, Maine, Capt. .William Davis, late o
Deer Isle, Me.
In Assonet, (Freetown) Mrs. Eliza Strobridge
aged 28, wife of Robert Strobridge, Esq. Posi
Master.
In Salisbury, Capt. Soseph Spokefield, of Sonth
Hampton, to Miss Ann W. Balch, of the former
place.
In Washington, Hon. Wm. A. BUnwE ., aged
45, a Representative in Congress from Virginia.
His funeral was attended with Congressional honors,
the pall was supported by the Hon. Messrs Parker,
of Mass. Wood; BDateman, Baldwin, Smith and
Robertson, and the procession moved to some dis-
tance on the road to Baltimore, where his remains
are to be interred.
In Charleston, S. C. Mr. Cornelins Nye, a native
of Mass.-Verdict of inquest accidental drsioninng.
On board ship Cadherine, on her passage from
Batavia to Salem, Jan. 23, Capt. Francis Elliott, of
Providence, R.I. aged 41.
SU:'owned, from on board sch. Mary, on'his
passage from Bath to St. Bartholomews, Mr. Ste-
phen Htl Ie, forme-rly of DUorchester, Muass. aged 18.


SHIPPING JOURNAL.

Pt 'RT OF BOA'l'O.-1821
SATURDAY. Feb. 24.-Cleared.h brig Pembroke, Church,
Soyrna ; schs. Gipsey, Fogler. St. Johns, E- F. ; Aurora,
Baker, Mobile ; Aim Rosiaa. Mrnchester, Norfolk and Pe-
tersburg ; Fornax, Bradford, Philad.
SUNDAr Feb. 25.-Arrived, brig Levant, Cooms, Havas-
mna, 17, via Portland.
AfOYDA2, Feb. 26-Arrived, packet seb. Victory, Hay.
den. Halifax ; schs. Geo. Henry. H d i,'. Fredericksburg ;
Reliance, Smith. and Betsey Pierce. Howess, of Chatham,
from PetershurIg; Panop-,.Soulo, Fredileri,:ksourrg ; Rachel,
Nickerson, (of Marslifield)Wi minglon ; Mary Ann, Weeks,
Wilmington; sloop William, Bangs. N.'York. 48 hours.
Cleartef--Brigs George, Lidtlrow, Havana ; Hero, Ken-
nebunk ; selh. slexican, Whiton, Phila.; Sally, Blue tHil I.
TUESD.AY, Feb. -27.-Airived brig Sampson,
Itarraden, 33 days f o0n Blakely and '28 from Mo-
bile. Spoke inside the bar brig Aur.lla, Howland,
last from Run- Key. Sailed Irom the bar, 29th
ult. in co. witlihbrig Richmond, Turner, for Hava-
va. Left at Blakel'y brg Josephs, Rich, loading
for Boston. At Mobihle, schs. Andes, and leron.
for Boston. Spoke, 5th inst. lat. 27, Ilm. 87, brig
Bolina, 10 days from Martinique for N. Orleans-
20th, lat. 36, lon. 721, seh. Ranger, of N. York.,
4 days out for Bermuda.
At'Blakely. brig Adamant, Akins. disc.; brig Aabama
Packet. Chrnpilan. fiomr N-w' Yorh. Sailed in co. wilh
sch. Nancy, Ibr New York.
ilso-A r. brigs 1tolpe, Snow, from Baltimore ;
Federal George, Feld, do. 11 days.
Alsio-Ar. sch. Washington, Howes, Wilming-
ton, N. C. 10.
Also-Ar. sloop William, Bangs, of Fairfield,
N. York, 48 hours.
Jiaos-Ar. sloop Delight, Nichols, of Fairfield,
Niew York, 3 da)s.
Cleared-Brig George, Lithgow, Havana, by
E. Loring.
A letter from New Bedford, dated on Mr nday morning
states, that Brig Resolution, Wood, 10S d:ys front Bre-
met, last from 3t. Baras. where she put in for provisions
* anri ware, and to repair sails and ringing, lhas just arrived.
She has as passengers, a Lady and a eliid about iwo years
old. a niece, who were passengers on board a sell. which
sailed from Portlaid two or three months since far EsSt.
port, and was htlown orff thet coas--the selh. was lett at St.
Barts-" [The seh.was no doubt the Hope. which s-.iled
from Portsmouth. and not from Portland as above mention-
ed.]
FOREIGN LETTER OFFICE MfERCHANT'S3.HALL
I.C 'lie Letter Baig of ship Bristol Trader, lbr
Cork will close this dav rat 1, P. _M
Bags are also up fnr .anatvarp, Hamnbuhrg, Cal-
cutta, avanaHaa, N'ew iOrleans, and Halifax.
FttROM TIas A-N7T P O MYRSHANTS' IIALL.
101MMES' O0LE, Feb. 22 -TheEight Sons
fell in with Feb. 9, lat. 34, Ion. 62, 41, sch. Sti.
sannahl, of Frcderickslburg, with both masts gone,
foremast along side, fiarl; hatches of', antrno per-
son on board, binv ing fresh, and tihe E. Soul hav-
ing no stern hboat could not board her.
24tgh, air. Bel. Triton, Gaines, 22 days from St.
Pierres, Mart. for Boston. Passengers, capt. and
crew of sell. Arrow of Ipswich, condemusd at St.
Pierres as unscaworthy. Le.'t, Ist inst. siip Tenr
Brothers, Henchman, for Boston, loading ; sells.
-- Sprihger, from Gardiner, disc. ; Mary-
Jane, WYilliaiis, unc. when to sail; Chase, WrighLt,
for St. Barts, 20 days ; sloop Edward, Lamsisnn
do, 4 ; schE. Milo, Griswold, Ibr Hartford, disc. ;
Gold-Hunter, Stubbs, Philad. 10 days; Samuel
Smith ; Friendship. Bar.tow, for Wilh:ington, N.
- C. 4 days; brig' Little Joli, Perkins, for New-
bern, 16.-Spoke, 16th] lat. 34,Ion. 74J, brig Re.


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At C.aodiz, 4u days since, shin Asia, Htolden, 23 (ays from
Providence, ar. Jan.9 ; brig Gustavus, Martin, from Ports-
mnuth, 4. Brig Anin i Louimsa. ofdo. fion London, itn bal-
last. was totally lost on the night of Jan. 5, in a violent gale,
offt the harbor.
Br igStephen,. 19 pays from Newport, ar. at Havmna 29th
ult. A do. in Feb. taipid, of this port. (ar. Jan. 29) about
discharged ; sch. Mary. tIr do. next day. Brig Despatch,
Deering, of do. had sailed tfor the Medite. ranean.
At do. 8th inst. Harriot. Reed, of Bath, for Savannah, .
days; Robert. Perkins. of thus port, for N. Orleans. nearly
ready; Sally Ann. Boit. Antwerp, few days ; Sarah-Maria.
at Regis, about lending ; Nancy, Taylor do. ist began to
load ; Strafford, tor N. Orleans ; Enterprize, brig of war
for Charleston.
At St. Jago de Cuba, Jin.25. Martha s& Jane, of Ports-
mouth, for N. Orleans 2; Warbler, Chaffee.of Boston.
loading for Antwerp ; Union, Stevenson, of Portland,
just or. ; a brig and schb, from Savannah, Just ar'. The
srch. Laurel, Norton, of Boston, from Port au Prince for
Norfolk, put into Cape Nicola 'tole, in distress, having
last her Inate. and several men sick ; sailed same day. leav-
ing two hands ashore sick.
At. do, 28th, Hinnibul, of Salem; brig Pacific, of Port-
land, just or, at the Moro ; Wa:bler. taking in.
At St. George's, 3d inst. Suneho, for Elizsabth City. 2;
Hallet, dis.; Shiawright, Woodward, Wihlmington, 8 ; sch.
Hope& Ksther. from Oeracock, just ar. Seh. Ino, for Ha.-
milton, sailed 2d. to discharge. Brig Upton, Downes, of
Frankforl,tor Martinique. sai-ed Jan.285.
Sch. Sea Serpent. Howland. was at Chages, Jan. 27;
capt. and all hands sick, mnaedead.
ships Liverpool Packet, Coffin, and Clarisa. King, ef
this nort, sailed fiom Batavia Oct. 18,S and 21st, for Am-
terdam-'l're Ida had gine to Padaang-The Malabarfor
Answorp. sailed from Sourabaya Oct. 3.-Ship Java, Da,'is,
which sailed from Boston June 8. for Manilla.passed An-
jier Sept. 27?.
Ship Martha. Sweetland, from Liverpool for New York,
was at Fayal. 6. days since, discharging, putin in distress,
Pee. 14, and expected to be condemned.

VESSELS SPOKEN.
Dec. 15th, in the Channel, brig Dido, of Boston. 1 day
from the Downs for Havre.
Dec. 29, lt. 34 lon.i20, brig Deestu;,pf Bristol,de. ftaom
lBremen tfor I.' rleans .
Jan. 12th, brig Argo, 6 days from Marblehead for N, Or-
leans. '
Jan. 36. off Cape St. Nicholas. sehf Wallace. of Barnta.


COTTON AiJV'D TOBJ.C CO.
BALES New-Orleans Cotton ; 4 hhlids. Ken-
3J tueky Tobacco; '23 zeroons do. do. of 180
lbs. each-for sale by tiAKER & HODGES, No.
3, lundia-street. Frbh 8

CAXJTOJN CRAPES.
STEPHEN PHILLIPS, No. 8, Newbury-
street has just received-I case black CAN-
TON CRAPES-I do. colored do. containing an
elegant assortment of colors, and superior quality.
Feb 128

Leghorn Bonnets and Nankia Crapes.
GEORGE HOWE,
.io. 55, M. IRKJ,8'-STRE ET,
HAS just opened, a complete assortment of
LEGHORN STRAWS, of excellent quali-
ty. l4so-I case real NANKIN CRAPES, best
kind in the market. 6is6os Feb 28

LEGHORN STRA WS.
RACE DRAPER,
ORAC JIo. 59. .Mar'ket-stieet,<
Will open I case fresh imported LEGHORNS,
from SO to 51. 6spis Feb 28 "

Copartnership Dissolved. -
" HE Copartnership heretofore existing under
Sthiefirmof J. k'. &. W. BUGBEE, will be
dissolved on the 212d of March next. All persnns-
tiaving demands upon the said firm, are requested
to exhibit the same; and .all.,prsos -indebted--to
said fiim, are called upon to adjust the same, oh fr
before that time.
JOSEPH B ?EE,
AARON WHITE BUGBEE.
Roxbury, Feb 27, 1821.


I e. f-roi Baltim&re for Port au Prin'e.
t Feb. 8, lat. 33, 30. Ion. 74, slp Win & Henry, of Sand- TIMO. N. W OOD,
which. 24 hours from Newbern for Bermuda. eh* ej ad E hne
About Sth inst. 'seh. Ciroline, probablyy Catherine) 28 Ship, erchandize and Exchange
dais from Boston. BrZe
Feb. 12th. 12 miles E. of Charleston Light, the Harmony -Bll&er,
of Portsmouth. No. 62, WALL-STREET....Nzw-Yoas.
Feb. Sth, at, 37, ion. 73,seh. Four Sisters, 5 days from
this port for Savannah. Refer to
Feb. 15th, off Charleston. seh. Rachel. Nichols, of Bris- Messrs. MuNsosr & BARNARD,
tol, Me. 8 days from Bermuda for Savannah. B SNJAMIX Hfs,
Feb. 20. at 3 P. M. 5 lea. S. of the South Shoal, sloop BENJAMIN RicH,
Merrimack Packet, from Si lenm. L. EMUEL Porp, Jun, and
Lat. 35, ]on. 73,30, ship Warren, of this port, 3 days from TtHOMtAS TUIIAtTE. 5is Jan 21
Charleston.
Cl.at Newhburyport,sch. Favorite, Tiieomb, for Martini- BLACK HOOKS IAND EFES.
que. S SMALL case black HOOKS and EYES, in
Ship Malabair, Orne, of Salem, for Europe, passed An- neat boxes of 100 each, just received by the
jier sboaut Oct. 13.
Sth. Franklin, Snow. henee, at St. Jago, in 2o days. Syren, from Havre, via N ew-York, and for sale at
Brig Leo, Lorett, 25 days from Portland, ar. at Matanzas 1No. 4, Centi al-street, by
30th ti t. Jan 24 Sis NATH'L M. HEYWOOD.
Brig Anna and sell. Ranger, from Bermuda, ar. at Jam.
Jan. 3.
Sch. Mary, Thomas, from Bath. ar. at St. Bart, Jan. 23, WELLING TON BOOTS,
Dee. 29.i, a gale. lot drek load. and on, ir.sn. (S. Howe.)
The Dutch barque Hersteller. V' thibys, which sailed fr. AT 38, HAsOVER-STREET.
this part Oct. 7,a. at Mar'seiles Nov. 23. r
Cl. atNeweYork-24thinst. ship Garonne, Whiting. Tri. TOIN AUGUSTUS, informs his customers
este; sels. Diata, Slied. Ax Cayes; sloops William, P that he has now as great an assortment of WVel.
Bags. and Huron, Perry. Boston lington Boots, as low as can he found in any Shop
CHARLESTON. Feb. 15, C. brigs Eagle, Hoadly. Eu- or Storein the town of Boston, at 4 50 per pair,
rope; Sall & Hope, Blinn. M laanzas; Sp. sloop L. Estilla, all made at his Manufacetory and warranted to be
Batize. St. Fhonma. Sailed. ship Brayanza, Allen, Liver- th est stock and ork that he cun pocu-e
pool; brig Bervantes. White.Atwe f the bAspest stock and work that lie can procure.
NORFOLK. Feb. 17. Cl. brig Vigilance. Royon. Ham" Measures taken aind all orders strictly attended
burg ; schi. Louisa. Brown, W. Indies ; Fair -A;nericas, to for the same price.
Gay. St. John, N. B. l8th. sailed seh. Ranger. Willetts, Also.-Should any person find it difficult to keep
for Betmuda. tirig Dorisa Pit,, itro Amsterdam bound to his feet dry, can befurnished with boots warranted
Baltimore. took a pilot offt C ur tuck yesterday. water prooffor the ensuing season. Should gentle-
men from town or country call and judge for them-
For Sale, selves, they may be well compensated, as hundreds
The fast sailing ship MARMION, already have been. Shoes in proportion to Boots.
Affi 279 tons burthen, as she now lies, at Liv- Boots and Shoes repaired by the best Englishi
erlool-wharf, .buit of the best materials. said to workmen at short notice, and price in proportion
be ol live oak and cedar, copper fastened and cop- to new Boots. Also, a few dozen English soi0s
pered. Forterms,applyto JOHN RICHARI)S, for'sale. 6sp Feb 124
on said what, or LEM"'L POPE, Jr. & THO'S
THAXTER, Brokers, State-street. Jan 28 rOTICE is hereby given, that tilhe
-. --- C subscriber shas been duly appointed Admiiis.
S. PARKMAN, JR. & CO. tratorof theesiat., of
TIAVE for'sale-2500 qtls. prime Bank FISH. JOSEP1I DAMON,
1J They may be seen on application to B. late of East-Sudbury, in the county of Middlesex,
CLARK, Union-wharf. Feb 28 yeoman, deceased, testate, and'has taken :upon
himself that trust by giving bonds.as the law directs
FIJVE FLO UR. All persons having demands upon the estate of- the'
N OW landing from sch. Betsey Pease-100 bhls. I said deceased, are t equirld to exhibited the sane ;
l 1 superfine, and 145 do. fine FLOUR, for sale and all persons indebted to the estate, are eialed
by RICHARD D. TUCKER & CO. No. 32, In- upon to make payimenTt to
dia-street. Feb '28 GICHARLES FORSTER, Aldni'r.
dia-steot Feb28 Charleston,Feb. 14.1821. "

A EW thousand Spash CIGARS, in quarter OTICEis hereby given, that the
A and half boxes, for sale by GEO. L. DEBLOIS tothe st will ad testamen dul te Excutor
& CO. No. S36, India-street Feb 28 to the last will and testmeN of
KAI'H ERINE WENDELL,
Brandy, Gin, Figs, Cigars, Salt, c. late of Cambridge, in the county of Middlesex, wid-.
ITRAANCIS WILY, hlias for sale-fiU pipes ow, deceased, ti-state, and has taken upon himself,
jl_ Martell's Brands, part entitled to debenture, that trust, by giving bonds as the l:iw directs. All
250 pipes Holland Gins, do. do. do. afinat, pei sons having demands upon the estate of said de-
2000 drums and cases I-igs, the balance of the ceased, are required to exhibit the same ; and all
Quill's earg,-70 boxes Sultana liaisi. s, persons nmdebted to said estate, are called upon to
60 bags superior Filberts, fresh, make payment to JOHN MELLEN, Ex'r.
500 boxes white Havana Sugar, entitled to deben- Cambridge, Feb. 14, 18'21.
ture; Benars Sugar, various qualities,
500 h 300 bugs fine blown do. very clean, and wprran- N subscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
tel 4 hushels ; 2 0 cisks Rice, tratrix of the estate of
300 tons Swedes Iron, assourted-(L) Steel, very U L ii'N AE
luw ; Earthan Warc, as usual. Feb 28 SAM'UEL NIGHrFiNGALE,
lw; Earthau Ware, a usual. Feb '28 late of Quincy. in, the county of Nurtolk, yeoman,
Vidonia Wine, Dimijohns, e.vc. deceased, and has taken upon hese lftlal trust, by
giving bondsas the law directs. All persons having
THOMAS DENNIE & SON, denmaids upon the estate of said deceased, are
T F N Jo. 31, ST'dTE-STREET. required to exhibit the same ; and all persons ia-
jH AVE FORt SALE, debsed to the said estate, are called upon to make
50 tr. casks Vilonia Wine, Entitled to de- payment to
500 f gal iln iaij,,ihnis, 5 belnture. MEHITABLE NIGHTINGALE,/fdtn'x.
A If -iw.s Holland sGir and .toiiele Brandy, Qutincy, Feb. 17, 18-21.
A few c,;ses Englishi Mustard, in lead cannisters
of 1lb. is4t Feb 21 OTICE is hereby given, that the
COFFEE. subscriber has been dulb aIuopinted guardian
B] BAGS St. Domingo COFFEE, entitled of ELI GOOINOVWE, r
276 o todeetuImre, aow Iosnhinig fa'om seh'r oft Northborough, in the county of Worcester,
t%.arre--tbr sale by TOBIAS LORD, No 41, United States pensioner, ad hIas Laken upon him- l
Long-wharff b- SiFeb 24 self'that, trust by giving bonds us the law dhln'-cts. 1
i .All persons having demands upon said Goodhnowe, '
Linens, Cambrics and Hlkdfs. are required to exhibit the same ; and all indebted i
CASES 4-4 Irish Linen ; I do. 5-4 Linen Sheet- to said Goodnowe, are called upor' to make pay- |
aings; I1 do. 3-4 Long Lawns; L, do. Linen ment to the subscriber, and all persons are I.rbid
Cambries andt Lkdts, Also, ai few Silk Netts, for trading withor trusting him. -
Ladies' H-lead Dresses-just received at 19, Market- JOSEI'H DAVIS, Guardian..
street. L, DRAPER. 4* JNorthborough, Feb. 24, 1821,
Feb 21 4pis


MERCANTILE LIBRARY.
TU!HE Proprietors of this institution are i mind.
A ed that the uanual assessment will be levied
LO-MORROW, first arch. 'Those .rho have
not dissolved their coniuexions vill the Libarly,
are reque-tedl to pay their subscriptions to either
of the Directors, 'rt to ihe Librarian. -
oT'hse wi-lo are desiaous of becoming subscribers ,
are invited to leave their names at the Library.
Proprietors are reminded that all Ilooks must be
returned one week previous to the annual exami-
nation of tme Library, which will take place on
WEDNES)AY, next week. They are also fur-
ther notified to meet at tlie Library on SAl'Ull-
D.kY _EVENING next, 3d March, at 7 o'clock, to
act, upon the 1 th aind 24th Articles of their Con-
sttution. A pnuitunal aLtendance is requested.
S IPer .order.
CHARLES J. .IOIINSON, Rec. Sec'y.
Feb 28


.The J"ew Monthly Mfug"azitie,
EUITED) ILT
THOMAS CAMPBELL,
Suthor of Pleasures of llope, an Essay on Ezg-lish
Poetry. Ic. .&c.
rIllIS Magazine, undoubtedly at the hlcad of all
,publications of.the kind. has lately been coin-
mia td to the editorship of Thomas Campbeltl, and
th .Iannai'y number is e t'iched by several origi-
nal ,proh uctioris of imis anenmplishlCd alchola'..
Is ais proposed to republish this' work in Philadel-
phif, by subisciption, arnd as soon as it can be ascer-
taided how iar tahe iatronage of the Amnrioan pub-
lic. will be extended to it, it will be put to press, by
., 1~r LITTELL & HENRY,
Feb 24',, No. 74, South SecouSn-et.
I te Reat.tle at a nctiion.
ThQfe.ssoild at ultlac Auctionl, hi the subscriber,
oi. the .premises, on TUESDAY, the 27th
day of -Miaich next, at one o'clock, P. M. a Dwell-
i. ng-liouse and' On .houses ; and about fourteen
acres of Land, situated do the great road in Westoti,
about 100'.rods west of the Meeting-house. The
house is ew and faithfully built, has four rooms
on thieflior, a cellar kitchen, anal tfie bed chambers ;
a wood.and chaise house, adjohinig the same. The
Land istf goad-rich soil. and part of it furnishes
good tui f. Conditions made known at the time and
place fsale. ABRAHAM HEWS, .lx'r.
Weston, Feb. 24, 181.

To Carpenters and Masons.
-"'ROPOSALS will be received from Carpenters
(7 and -Masons, for work to be done to a Brick
House,21 friet by 38 iin .he clear, 4. Story high,
situate in Broad-street-and will receive psropro-
sals for the same until thIe 5th of March. Like-.
wise "for removing all the dirt aud tuIbish firoom
the cellar and yard;. The lowest approved offer will
be a=eepted. For further pIrlticula'rs iiuire
south side Milk-street, next door ut one to Thea-
tre A.ley-payment cash as may be agreed for.
Feb 28 if


SAL-JEI TUS.
111S is an excellent article for the use of fami-
lies, both as to Medicinal and Culinari p'ur-'
poses. It is in great use in many of our neighbor-
ing seaports, and'is bound to be a very convenient and
necessary. article of domestic economy, and w he
once koitu cannot but be universally approved.-
It is for sale by the stsbsuriber, at his Shop in Wil-
liamsstreet, formerly Routads- Lane.
Feb.-28 8'is MILO fURBUSH.

7 GARDENER.
S Ii BCK, a professional Gardener, who has bid
SJ. charge of the best Gardens in the vicinity of
SlBoston;, offers his services to put Ga.rleins in order
duringtheSprisg months. O ters't lietat the Cen-
tinel Cdunfitiiig Room, will be attended to.
Feb 8 .

SCHOOL.
1 BkRRETT BOWEN, during many years
*, .'. ,u'iro t, .f tr tl .lheneum of }'hri ,llilli ,
irtl' r,.-hs Ia-w 'ds inr vil-.'prj.lia t0i ,.. h,
c-rnme',.rne ha Sch...I fR, Y .,,hr of both sexes,
from .6 to 16.yeari of age, in Mar. E. ..oBa's
S.hoa.-liOt,- Nt. 5,'ortihitl.' The Schsoll is-
intendeld to je select and permanent, and not to ex-
ceed 25 Scholars. Hours from 9 to 2.
The fbllo*ing branches will be taught:-
YTUtNGiit FRUPtLS.
SRfeading, I Engisrh Grammar.
Writ;ng...Orthography. Arithietie.......Geograp
S vLDnER PUPILS.
History..NaturalPhilosophy., I ompostion.
French Latiguauve. Latin, if required.
.t ernis B10 peri qualt-tr.
Mrs. BOWEN will teach the females needle work
if desired;.
N. B.-The French Language taught without
any additional charge.
Applicants will please app'y at the School
Room. Reference may be made to-
Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, D.: D.
Rev. W. E. Channtting, D. D.
Isaac Winsolw, "1
Benjamini Guild, -Esq'rs.
or S muiel Hubbard,J
Mr. Cobb will continue his Evening School.
Feb 17
SURTOUT STOLEN.
TOLEN from a room in Cambridge, on Mon-
S day evening, 19th inst. between 6 and 8
o'cloe, a blue round caped S UITOUT, the vel-
vet on the collar considerably worn in the middle,
and the silk lining worn on the edge. Whoever
will deliver the same, at the Centanel Counting
Room shall be suitably rewarded. Feb 28
TO) 1I 1T,2'l
ItE spacious and convenient Dwelling-house,
Situated near the ltev.' Mr. LOWELL'S, at
Cambridge, and occupied by the subscriber the
last Sutmmer season. For terms, inquire on the
premises, or at the office of HENRY ORNE.
Feb 28
WAN-TEDI TO H1IRE,
A PLEASANT HOUSE, or part of one, for a
fiuutitily of live persons without children.-
The rent will be-p'aid in advance, if desired., A line
directed to W. F. aid left at the Centinel Counting
Room, will. meet altentiog. Feb 2S
UUaK. V AN 1D SHOP TO BE LET,
T O be Let, and may be entered upon immedi-
_atleb, tbeliHose aud Shop, No. 53, 'ewbury-
- street. Inqiuire of T'lO.ilAS6 & ANDREWS, No.
45, Newbury-street. 8spis Feb 28
HOUSE! WAJV TISD. .
*y T''' ,El 'to hire a hinall genteel, House,
S- oa cr'.nll) situated ;" rent about 300 dollars.
Inquire at the Centiiel. ousting: Room.

SVAILUABLE FARM, in the vicinity of Bos-
Stou,is offered in exchange tar good Real Es-
tate in Boston, or will be sold low for cash or short
credit. luquire at the Centinel Counting Room.
Feb 28


FARMS FOR SALE.
T O be sold two Farnns situated in Roxbury, one
is 4j miles from State-street, contains about
S3z acres of Land, is now occupied by Mr. Kiox,
and is usually called Cold Spring Place.
The other is 3j miles from State street, contains
about 38 acres of Land, is called Dillaway Place,
on which Mr. Dillaway now lives. The House
and part of this harm may be sold separate. Ap-
ply to T'IOMAS WILLIAMS.
Rosubury, Feb. 27, 181. G6sp
Cotton .Manufacturing Establishment
far Saie.
T HE Framingham Manufacturing Company of-
fer for sale, their Real Estate and Machinery,
siluate in Framinghain, on the great road adding
frou. Worcester to Boston, abeit2i miles fr'um the
meeting-house aild 18 miles frtmu loston, cO:MMis-
ting ofa building erected for a Factory, 52 by 32
feet, '2 stories high, containing about 500 spindles,
with all the apparatus necessary for the a nle.-
Also, a very valuable Saw Mill anu.r Grist Mill ; 2
large Dwrli lg-hlonss iud B.acksmith's shop. all in
excellent repair; with about 7 acres of valuable
Lana. The Factory and Milllr stinu iinl on the out-
let fus'a vea'V extenasle pond ; ithe water: privilege is
naow valiuaie an il ca|n)ile nf being made one of the
best in thst sctLo., ol the counLr) t
Grinttl:tn enn Ilesiromus f purchasing an Establish-
meint of that kin.1, will rarely fitrti 4 more e igible
situation. For, further itlbormation, Gentlemeun
wishing to iu' chase. irce requestedd to call Uipon I
Maj. SAMU i-.L U o .VlUR t0K, on the premises,
or uio,. CAL I < SA.GN.l, of Slierburne, BEN-
JAil. IN i nI-El r...,'f Ffruiulgliani, 'or .AR-
TIIMAS WOODWARD, of Medtficd. Feb 28


BOOS'TON THEATRE.

o:Tlne Managers have the pleasure of an-
nouacing ib-h( Public, that thiey have renewed
their engagement with
MIr. ICEJN, for Six Tiglits.

0 '\Mr. KEAN's arrangements to perform in
Sew-York, Philadelphia, and Biltimore, will preclude
the possibility of any ren'swal, or extension,
of his present engagement. "
02'The choice of Boxes will be offered at
Auesion, each day, at 11 o'clork, at Mrechants' Hall
and the amount aor thie premiums will be given
to various Chariable. Inti utions.
OC'The proceeds of Tuesday,_ -redsnsday and
Thursday, will be divided equadly,, between the
Asylum l;)r Indigent Boys, the Female Aslium,
the Society for Emiplbying the Poor,' an'd the
Hosvard Be revolent Society.
0::The IBox Tickets remaining, after the sale,
may be had at tlue Box Office, at 12 o'clock,
each day.

THIS EVENING, (Wednesaday) PFE. 28,
WILL UI, PEIlFOItMED,
Shakspere's admired Tragedy, in five acts, called
S OTHELLO,
MOOR OF VENICE.
OTHELLO, . .. MR. KEAN'

To which will e 'added, the favorite Farce, called
WJ l SII.LL 1 DI.V'E.?. ,

q'Jl)oors open at I past;5, aid Curtain rises at
Past 6 o'clock precisely.

WILL SHORrLY CLOSE.

THE .INDROIDES.


ti
01


LUOST,
T HiREE small KEYS, tied together. The fin-
dlear on leaving them at the Centiniel Cnlthing
Room, shall be rewarded. Fib 8



1N.DIE AR B ORN.M)


..- iinr of" Au. y art' ,.- e'ts.-
DDRESS rll visiting Ca uts, Elung'aed and
.A Pr'inted; lngavin s on -Woold executed ;
Siher, Silver pl tI .l, ....."1 i.--si lOur Plates,at.
l sri..-s I'r.., i'.-'. ...i s.. S.," e.-.ini,'.-e ..
D'.. 1 ,nl., 'F .r,..k ..ut C.. i, I'l.-L.S furnishede'
and engraved. Stis Feb 12




BY WINSLOW, CHANNING & CO.
Dry Goods.
On FRIDAi next at .0 o'cloeSt,
At WINSLOW, CHANNING & -o'S Office,
N,,'o. 8, K IJI.1Y-S1Itk2E S;,
The following GOODS, just imported-4 bales
fine blue Cloths; 4 do. mid ing do.; 2 do. oaom.
ion do.; 2 ido. lnte olive and brown Cloths; I do.
assort, d Cassimercs; 2 do. black asld colored Bori-
bazetts; 3 cases Colirain Linnes; ) do. brown do. ;
I do. Marseilles Counterpanes ; 1 bale Bl tukets;
I case assorted Buttons; 2 do. cotton Shirtings ; 2
do. do. Sheetings; 1 do. C.hoppa Romals--and a
varTety of other Gorods.
BY JACOB PEABODY & CO.
TI'O-MORROWV at 9 and 3 o'clock,
At JACOB PEABODY & Co'S Office,
.No. 12, KILBY-STHEE''I ,
100 blcek tand blue Coats; 300 pair black, blue
and mixed Panutalons; 3001) Silk, Toilinett aufd
Cassamere Waistcoats; 20 Surtouts atid Top
Coats; 50 pair Silk asud Nanikin Pantaloons. All
made in the best manner and of the'best material's.
liso-200 groce extra rich gilt Coat Buttons,
cost .8s. to s3e. sterling; 100 do. do. do. do. do.
do. do.9s. to 13s. do. ,
The above may be examined any day previous to
the sale, at the London Clothes and Hat Store,
No. 54, Market-street
Allso-1000 pair Nankin Trousers, in lot's o
100 pair each. *
T'HIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
On board ship Shamrock, at Rowe's wharf,
600 hhds. superior quality St. Ubes SALT, in
I ots to suit purchasers.
BY BLAKE & CUNNINGHIAM.
Books.
TO-MORROil at 9 o'clock,
At BLAKE & CUNNINGHAM'S Office,
NAo. 5, KJeILIY-ST''iSEE1,
A general assortment of BOOKS, among then-
Marshall's Lile of Washiingtonu, 5 vols gilt; Got'-
don's Amuer. Revolution, 3 vos.; Canimpiell's Four
Gospels, 4 vols. ; Neale's History of the Puritans,
5 vols. ; Spectator, 12 vols. gilt ; Bisset's Enrgia.,id,
I vols.; HilWe, 4 vols. large prilt ; Quarto Bibles,
gilt; Brown's Folio Bib e, plates ; Scott's Com-
inentary, S vols., ; 'ransactionls of Amer. Phli o.
Society, 4,o ; Hopkini'sSystelo of Divinity, 2 vols.;
Adams' Roman Antiquities ; Federalist, niew edt.;
Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary ; Virgil ; Davulsonl's
Virgil 2 vols. ; Pocket :hbles, g.t,; "Morse'sa
Gazeteer ; Halls Serinuas; Paleys Philosophiy ;
J. Q. Adams' Lectures, 2 vols. ; Johlsuii's t.nea
of the Poets ; Kaime's LE eiuents of Crl-icisml, 2
vuls.; Walter Scutt's Works, 7 vu s.; Cowper;
Burns ; Thompson ; Young ; Kirk \\ lite; Mil-
ton Conversatiius on Chenistr) ; Children ol ithe
Abbey, 2 vols. ; Hannahl Morc's Works, 8 vols.;
Calvin's Institutes, 3 vols.; Morse's t.eography ;
Walker's Dictionary, withll classical key ; Kolliu, 8
vols.; Buck's Theo. Dictionary, ec. &ec.
A Catalogue will be published This Day.

Furniture.
On SATURDUA\ next at 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
The FURNITURE of a person breaking up
lhousu.leeping, viz :-Bedsteads ; Beds ; Bureaus ;
Tabit.s ; Card 'Tab es ; ChUahir's ; iFire iets ; Cau-
pets ; Looking Glasses. Crockery andr Glass Ware ; L
* Vash Stands; Lightdo.; Mattress; alvurCaus;
Silver ea ardl Coftee Pots; second hand Piano
Forte, &ec. cc. i
--
BY FAIRFIELD & CHOATE. C
TO-MORROWV at 10 o'clock, i
At FAInFIELD & CHOATE'S Office,
Alo.14, C.A 'ltRAL-STR/,ET, t
An assortment ofltresh imported PIECEGOODS.
...P.. Pri-viate We....
4 cases Choppa Rintals, Entitled d
1 o. superior Bardannas, -. to
2 do. 'alor'ldalianr, SewingSilk,3 Debenture.
20 do.-Canton Silks,
10 pieces Rus'ia Sheetings. t
On SA 'URDAY next at I1 o'clock, I
As Anu BUVE,
100 bbls. superfine Flour ; 40 boxes dipped
Candles ; 2 hhds. Cherry um ; 20,000 Cigin s ; 6U -
boxes No. 1 Chlocolate; 25 deniijolnrs puie Holland I
in, ll i lots to accommodate purchasers. I


BY W11iTWELL, BONDb & Co.
Teas.
TO-MORROW at 11 o'clock,
At WHITWELI., BOND & Cox's Office
A'b. 2, KIL1.Y.STIlEL'T,
100 chests Imperial Tea, )
5i0 do. Ilyson, A..rcher's car-
200 do. Young Hyson, go.
3 0 do. Souchionl ; 200"doCobngo,?
500 .do. Soucliho i do. Vaucouver's cargo,
200 do. Hyson Skin do. Sultan's do.
100 do. do.. .. Marcelliis' do.
A/1o-40 half chests and 100 boxes Young Hy.
son Tea.
Also, immediately after the above-4 bales Up-
la'd Cotton.
The sample chests may be examined the day pre-
vious tu tile sale.

On TUESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
A general assortment of DRY GOODS,

Wine and Baisins.
THIS I)AY at 12 o'clock,
Opposite JVo. 60, Long-'wharf,
Now hlandlg from brig Orlando,
200 casks Colmenar -
135 hfalr' do. do TWIJE,
200 casks sweet Malaga( or TrMEFIn T 0. ALITT,
1-5 half do. do.
Sand is entitled to debenture.
'49 boxes Lenions. : .. :
Also--6 tables Statuary Marble.
Immediately ajfer the above,
al Y\Will be sold, '
S The brig ORLLANDO, assheesme
from sea, burthen about two hundred
t ons. Conditions at the sale..

Estates on Dock-square and Elm-st.
THIS DAY at 12 & osock,
Oni the PREMISES,
The very valuable Estate in Dock-sq. owned by
Elinkim Morse, and occupied bN Reuben Richards
andl others, measuring on said squire 27 ftet 2 i-b.
ches, and containing about 2000 square feet. The
building is of brick, has remarkably strong walls,
and is in all respects built in the best manner.
ALso-The Estate connected with the above,
and fronting on Elm-street, there measuring '25 ft.
5 inches; the. :hole containing about 2500 square
feet. The' uiiding is of brick, 4 stories high, of a
durable coistruetiuon, and is divided into two parts.
('l'The improvements made and making shout
the new Market Ilase, enhance th2 value of both
dihse Estates. Their situation is such as at al
times to command godtt nants and' fair rents; ,il
deed so productive a property is rarely offered fo-
sale. -- r
Valuable Estate.
On SArURDAY, I0to. March, at 1 o'clock,
On the PR iEMlISS,
TheEstate in Court-street,near Bowdoin-square,
formerly owned anid. occupied iby the late Moses
Grantdhfceasednteiamsuring nir said street 5-2 felet,and
in the rea'r 54 teet,aind averaging in depth 167 teet.
ThlI House is larAe, and well situated for an Ilin
or Boarding House. In the rear is a large plat of
ground, on hhichi may be erected spacious stable's
or a row of houses-a convenient avenue mav be
opt ned thereto without essential hijury to the press.
nut ilwelling-house.
Terms of sale-S2000 to be paid down A very
long credit will be given tor ithe balance, if.re-
qiired. '1 lie notes to be secured by a mortgage
on'the premises. .
BY T. K. JONES & CO.
THIS DAY ,atl: past 9 o'clock,
-At '.. J. s & Co's Office,
"-""- "~'. "" ".. '. 20, Kl.'iB r-S"[Sf"l'e
Just ieeived per Mary Catiarine via New-York.
16 packages fresh BRITISH GOODS, viz :-4
bales and cases lack, blue. ad mixed Clthls;. 3 do.
"o. do. Cassaiimi&es; 2 do. drab and blue Peliise
Cloths; 1 case '8-4 Cassimere. Siiawis ; 2 hales
black twilled and plain Bonbazetts'; 1 do. figured
de., I case 7.8. 4-4 aud 9.8 Cravats ; 2 do. Linens.
Also,e the following Freuch Goods, viz :-2 ea-
ses black and-colored Levantines-2 do. black and
white Satins ; 2 do. black and white Crapes, of a
superior quality; 1 do. trenchl Pius, in boxes 4 tb
the pound.

BY S F. COO IDGE.
Dry Goods.,
On FRIDAY next at 9 and 3 o'clock,
At SmivEL F. COOLIDGE'S Office,
11o. 15, CeA.T/RA 'L-STJ?ELT,
A generalassortmentof freahimp rted GOODS.
Particulars in future papers. .

0. Sugars, etc.
On FRIDAY nxt at t 11 o'clock,
On LIVERPOOL-WH.IRF,
Landing from ship lMarmion,
100 hhds. prime N. 0. Sugars; 100 kegs Phila-
delphia Butter.

BY JOHN TYLER.
Prime retailing ,oltasses.
I'H11 DAY at ll o'clock,
,South side findia- Wharf,
76 casks prime retailing MOLASSES.
1tlso, opposite Vo. 43. Central ) oharf,
1200 hhds. Guadaioupe MOLASSES.

Coffee. old Costile Soap. Capers, .'c.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clocK,
.dt ao. 16, Central.-Wharf,
16 bags superior Coff'e; 27 boxes French Ca-
pers ; '7 do. do. Olive Oil ; 16 do. old Castile Soap,
imported in 1819 ; 6 kegs Gunt CopalQ 34pieces
Ivory, large and small; 29 Deer Skins ; 1 box
Monkey Skins, &kc.; '20) (Corn Hags; 150 Gunny
lags ; bbis. Beef, Pork and Tongues; 500 lbs.
Bar Lead ; 4 bags Almonds; 1 bag Walnuts; 18
boxes Haisins.
BY 1101I,BROOK. I)EX'TER & CO.
TO-MORIOW at II o'clock,
-it JVc,. 10, Parkman's Building-e,
147 bags Havana green Coffee; 6 boxes Ibrown
Sugar ; 5 do. white do.; 130 kegs manufactured
Tobacco.
Br NEHIEMIAiH SOME.
TO-MORROW at o'clock,
At NEHsEMIAH SOMES' Office,
.'Vo. 11, II tlY-.SiTH t'K,;
A "- eral assortmnient of FURNITURE viz:-
Buir. Secretaries ; Dining l'ables; botlas, o
lil';. ri kinds ; high post and field Bedsteads;
Work T1ables; Card do ; Looking G asses; i
Simepieae ; Wash and Light Stands ; brass Fire
.ets and Feders; tiney and other Chairs ; Down
nd Feather Beds; Blankets ai.l Sheets; 1 large
'ire Screen Liquor Case ; Tea Caddies ; Chiun
'ea Scts-with a variety of Glass and Cruckery
Vare, and a small lot of Kitolihn Furniture.
.Ilso-2 'iano Fortes.
BY DAVID FOI AI'I'I-T .
TilS DAY at half past 9 o'clock,
At DAVID FontsAIn't's Office
CONG(#E.. .STRRET.
A general assortment of PU KNIUlt, U, consist.
,g o f4Bureas ,; l)i,,ing Tables; Card da. ;( G-'o.
an do. ; Ladies' Vork Tables ; Wash and Light
tands; I Sofas common Beds ; Live Geese do.
iquor Cases; elegants Looking Glasses; common
a. ; 2 Fountains ; Ert'v Lamps; Refiectors and
ide Lamps; Fire Sets; elegant and common
hairs; Ct'ce and Tea Urns ; Chia, Glass aid
rookery Ware ; Hair Cushions ; 16-4 English
ounterpanes blankets and heets ; Kitchen Fur.
ture, &c.
N. B.-Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to cal
id examine the above Furniture the day previous
the sale


Union lV/teel Factory ',wpa)ny.
here will be sold at Public Auction. sn til flo"r
fl Merchants I ail, iatrS, on, 'I'lIU DAY,
8th of Mrcia'erhising.i nt 10 o'clock, A. M.
Oiure Shae, No. 148, in the Capital jtok of
e Union Wtiheel Factory Colnp:nv,, i. thv i list
lid second isstahlmnnts of five dollars each, (both
making ten dollars) sll' an :,ssessnieil of tws,.itv
Il.airs on eachshl.m-, laid by the PrIes ritors, atnsI
ya'le th '2!0th J ne and l'ith D)r'cr .efr l>sl, i1.
ss naiid ,nstalluents, with ali o ucesarv and icent-
ch'arges, is pRaid on or before li.at tinoe.
JAMES FO}TER, Treasurer.


R. HAI'DOCK takes the earliest opportunity
of acquainting th public, that his intended
visit to Philadellpia will oblige him sh partly to close
his Exhibition at No. 25, Hanover-street.
0OPEN EVERY EVENING,,)
Saturday and Sundays excepted, at seven o'clock,
And Exhibition to commence at I past 7, precisely.
Boxes 50 cents, Gallery 25 cents-Children un.
der 12 years, half price.
Tickets may be h.id at the Bar of Merchants'
Hall, and at the Room, 23, Hanr.ver-street.
(CYA special Day Exhibitior. to select parties
by na dav's notice. Particttlars in the hand bills.
Feb 8 -
A NOTICE.
NY information which can be given to the
]. subscriber, (opposite No. 2, Lendall's lane)
of John Dunnavon, Patrick La-.le;r, or John
BRayberry, ((or their representatives) whno served
on board the fi-igate South-Carolinsa. during the
.Revolutionary War, will be thankfully received,
and will confer a lavor on the parties concerned.
SWM 1. BLACKSTOCK.
Boston, ebfmsary 27, 1821.


















FOR THE CENTINEL FOUNT.
Mn. RvssEzr-By giving the following effu-
sion an insertion in yourCentinel Fount, you
will confer an obligation on THE AUTHOR.
EVENING.
HOW sweet the hour of twilight gray,
The sober hour, to musing dear;
When fleeting day-light fades away,
And darksome night is hov'ring near.
Then solemn silence reigns around,
And all, with magic spell, is bound.
The Nightingale's enchanting song,
Reecho's from the shady grove;
And floats in melody along,
Inspiring harmony with love.
How sweet the note, how clear how wild,
Sinking in cadence soft and mild.
The balmy zephyrs gently blow
Along the streamlet's verdant warge;
Whose slumb'ring waters calmly flow
Adown their pebly way-at large ;
And oft complain, with babling sound,
To the refreshing groves, around.
This is the hour of calm repose,
When weary Nature sinks to rest ;-
With fervour every bosom glows,
And gladness animates each breast.
And gratitude each heart inspires ;
Waking its energetic fires.
SCHOLASTICUS.

OTIICJ
RS. S RICHARDS, begs leave to inform
her friends and the public, that she has re-
moved from Milk-street, to No. 67, Market-street,
where she will carry on the Dress and Habit Ma-
gin in the most modern style, having just received
th latest tfashons from London.
Mrs. S. I. also wishes to express her gratitude
for past favors, and will still endeavour to pay tha
attention which will merit acontinuaneeof the same.
Wanted immediately-a tew young Ladies as
apprentices, good recommendations will be re-
quired. tf nov 1
NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
IN TELLIGENCE OFFICE
No. 26, HANOVER STREET.
T HE Proprietors of this establishment have
adopted, and intend to persue a plan which
cannot but be satisfactory to the employer and the
employed. The strictest attention will be given to
every part of the business.
Clerks, Apprentices, Seamen, male and female
Domestics procured, and employment found for
them.
'Houses, Stores, and real estate of every descrip-
ti2n in town or country, registered gratis, anm good
tenants procured.
S,"r-None need apply at this Office for employ-
ment but such as can give respectable references
for their h9nestv and capability.
0o BOOKS posted, Accouuts drawn off, and
Writings-generally, executed with fidelity and des-
patch dn reasonable terms;
A number of Men, Women, B'oys and Girls, now
wanting places, are registered at this Office.
ep3m dec 13




INTELI GENCE

OFFICE.
v


JOSHUA WARE respectfully informs the pub.'
lie. that he has taken the above establishment
in Cornhill-Court, opposite the head of State-street,
where Male and Femalp Domestics may be pro-
cured and situations obtained for them.
Real Estate, ot every description, registeredgra-
tis ; and tenants provided for Houses. Stores, Sce.
ll''Respectable references will be expected from
a!l who apply at this office tfor employment.
S(T Books posted, and writing in general execu-
ed for a low eompe:sation. tf Feb 14
Springfield Bridge Lottery.

SCHEME OF THE ELEVENTH CLASS.
1 Prize of $10,00 is %10,000
S do. 1,000 is 3,000
4 do. 500 is 2,000
50 do. .100 is, 5,000
29 do. 50 is I;,450
S650 do. 7 is 18,550
2737 Prizes-8000 Tickets at Z5 each is $40,000
.All Cash Prizes, and'less than t-wo Blanks to a
Prize.
Prizes subject to a deduction of fifteen per cent.
STATIONARY PRIZES.
First drawn 750 Blanks, i.ot entitled to other
- Stationary Prizes, will be entitled to 67 each.
First drawn Blank, first day, $500
First -do. 2d do. 1000
First do. 3d do. 500
First do. 4th do. 1000
First do. 5ith do. 500
At the commencement of the sixth day's raw-
ng, one Prize of S1000, and one Prize of 5500,
will be deposited in the wheel, and on the seventh
day's the Prize of $10,000 will be deposited.
FLOATING PRIZES.
60 Prizes of !100 50 Prizes of $50.
1900 Prizes of S7.
Af,, .;ttla l Pi; f`;500-- In dooftl9i00.


HENRY HOVEY & CO.
.No. 23, CEVTR.AL-Yl.H.1RF,
HAVE for sale, 600 kegs manufactured To-
bacco, 8 hands, No. 1, approved brands,
200 do. do. 8 hands, No. 2, do. do.
300 do. do. do. 8 hands, No. 3, common,
50 do. do. do. pound hands, Cavendish,
. 20 do. do. do. halfpound rolls,
2 hhds. James River Tobacco, prime quality,
6 do. Kentucky Tobacco.
00 bbls. superfine Flour, Howard-street,
100 do. do. do. Wharf,
300 do. do. City Mills,
100 do. do. do. Canal,
100 do. do. do. Fredericksburg,
5000 Ibs. Lamb's Wooi,
Otto of Roses ; PSI old Sable Iron,
One 11 inch Cable, 100 fathom,
One 5 inch Hawser, 120 fathom. Feb -21
FLOUR.
NOWV landing from sch. Rolla, and for sale by
THOMAS WIGGLESWORTH, atNo. 16,
India-wharf-300 bbls. superfine back country
FLOUR, Alexandria Inspection. Feb 21
CO01 TON AND RICE,
R &E. DAVENPORT, No. 14, Central-wharf,
have forsale-now landing, 24 bales prime
Upland Cotton ; 22 tierees Rice. Feb 21
MOLASSES AND COFFEE.
- ANDING from brig Two-Brothers-Matan-
zas New Molasses; ,Green Cuba offee, in
bags, entitled to debenture-For sale by BAKER
& HODGES, No. 30, India-street. Feb 14
R. & E. DAVENPORT,
T .No. 14, VCENTR.AL- VHIARF,
H AVE for sale,
180 tierces Rice ; 50 bales Alabama Cotton,
6 do. Sea Island do.; 11 do. India do.
200 bbls. superfine Floutr, (Mayo Mills,)
500 do. Mackerel ; 28 casks Linseed Oil,
18 do. Flax ; bags Coffee. Feb 14
SOUTHERN CORN.'
T HE Cargo of the sch. Only Son, at north side
Central-wharf, from North Carolina, being
3U200 bushels, will be sold, and delivered at any
part of the town, if immediate application is made
to RICHARD D. TUCKER & CO. No. 32, India-
street. Feb 14
Prime Green Coffee, Sugar, 4'c.
JOHN TYLER, offers for sale, at No. 9, Cen-
tral-whart, landing from schr. Catharine,
from Porto Rico,
81o bbls. prime green Porto Rico Coffee,
10 hhds. and 80 bb s. Muscovado Sugar.
From brig Aurora,
300 hhds. coarse Sicily Salt. Feb 14
WHhLE OIL.
T IE cargo of ship John, from the coast of Bra-
zil, being
1100 barrels Whale Oil,
4500 lbs. Whale Bone, for sale by JOSIAH
BRADLEE & CO. No. 29, India-street.
Feb 14
OIL AjND CANDLES.
JOSIAH BRADLEE & CO. No. 29, India-st.
have now landing from the Nantucket Coasters,
and in store, for sale,
900 boxes Spermaceti Candles, various sizes,
256 casks Winter, Fall strained and Summer
strained Spermaceti Oil, warranted of equal quali-
ty to any in town. F"b 14


MA.NUFACTURED TOBACCO.
OW landing from sch. Ann-Rosina, 80 keg
4 of Manufactured TOBACCO. Apply to R.
D. TUCKER k, CO. No. 32, India-street-
Feb 14
LAqIRD'S
IpORTER and ALE, in whole and half bbls.-
jU for sa.e by C. WADE, No. 9, Merchant's.
Row. law6w Jan 3
TAR .AND TURPENTINE.
SAMUEL DAVIS & CO. have for sale, at No.
3, Cornhill-square-875 bbls. Tar; 220 do.
soft L'urpentine. Im Jan 31
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
H AVE for sale, just recived-131 kegs manu-
factured Tobacco, of good quality, which they
will sell low before it is scored.
Likewise, standing ifrm Sch. Catherine,
147 bags green Havana Coffee,
11 b6xes white and b,'own Sugar.
Feb '21
Superfine Richmond Flour, and Up-
land Cotton.
N NW landing from schr..Maglonia, from Rich-
mond-300 barrels of superfineandfine Flour-
...From Schooner Almira...
S) bales prime Upland Cotton-for sale by
RICHARE D. TUCKER & CO. No. 32, India-
street. Feb 21
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO
iI AVE for sale-135 coils Russia Cordage, from
]a 1 inch to Hawsers ot 5 inch.
' Aiso-A few quarter casks very superior Madei.
ra Wine, from the House of Scott, Loughman &
Co. Feb 21
TOBACCO.
8 HHDS. TOBACCO. ftbrsa.e by R. & E. DA-
VENPORT, No 14, Central-wharf. Feb 21
JOHN AYERS,
No. 30, LON'G- WHARF.
IS receiving 1100 barrels Richmond superfine,
fine, and X middlings FLOUR, 200 do.
Petersburg do. and 190 Lynchburg do.-fosr sale
low, trom the vessel. Feb 21


After 6th day, ORTER AND ALE
1 Prize of Ten Thousand Dollars M. GARDINER has for sale, at his gen-
V- unine Beer Brewery, Castle-street, and
One thousand numbers will be considered a day's Cellar, No. 51, State-street, Draught Porter and
drawing, and the Stationary Prizes determined ac- Ale for immediate use, or exportation.
cordingly. All Prizes will be paid in sixty (lays .Aso, in half barrels, for family use, fine ALE
after the drawing is completed, in Bills generally which he can recommend to be superior to any that
current in this Commonwealth. The drawing wi;l he has ever offered for sale. Orders for Table Beer
commence in Boston, on the second day of April, left at his Cellar, No. 51, State-street, will be punc-
and becomplleted with despacch. VendersTofTick- tually attended to.
ets will remember that all Tickets not returned to Grains ma- be had at his Brewery every Tues-
the Managers the day previous to the drawing, will day and FriTday afternoons, and Yeast as usual
be considered as retained by them on their own'ac- Feb 7 6m
count.
JAMES S. DWIGHT, LAIRD'S PORTER .AND AJLE.'
SAMUEL LATHROP, .Managers. 'HARLBS' WADE has for sale, at his Old
SAMUEL HENSHAW. _) stand, Cellar No. 29, Mercliants'.-row,
Boston, Feb. 21, 18,1. 200 bbls.-Draught Brown Stout,
*- 6.10 do. do. Porter; 700 do. do. Amber Ale,
Tickets and quarters, 300 do. d(o. Double do.
the wel a20B do. do. do. in hnlfbbls.for retailers,
In a variety of umbers, are for sale at the well. 25 ce bottled Brown Stout, 2 ears old, in
known Lottery Office of 25 g e bottled Brown Stout, 2 years old, in
fine order, to,. shipping,
J3. KIDDER, No. 9, Market-square, 75 do. do. Porter I year old, for famiie..use
Where the GREAT PRIZES continue in be sold 60 do. do. Ale, do do. or es
as usual, at the original price, viz-Whoes %5, 60 do. Bristol Porter Bottles in good order.
Quarters 1 37,( 0'but soon rise. 2( do. pinit do. do.
Prize tickets in the late lotteries taken in pay 0yI Families supplied 'at any part of the town
for tickets in the above L otteriy. s t a with 6 or 8 gals kegs trsdouble Ale.
Persons at a distance, wishing tickets to any a- at retail at the Cellar.
mount, can be furnished at KIDDER'S the same as Bottled and Draught Porter, or ale put up to
if present, by sending their letters, post paid, or by order at the shortest notice.
any of their friendsI coming to Boston, enclosing .' T'he above liquor warranted equal to any at
prize tickets or cash. market. 2ni Feb 10
Companies, and those who buy to sell again, fur- -I
nished with tickets and parts on the most reasonas- .HUNT & CO.
ble terms.- f- RATEFULLY acknowledge the liberal pat-
Por the accommodation of distant adventurers, J. UL ronage they have received from their friends
K. will publish in tne Chronicle, Lentinel and Ad 1- and the public, and still relying on their generous
vertiser, the numbers of all the Prizes, ashove the support, solicit a continuance of their favors.
lowest, as they are drawn. This will enable hol- Thier have now on hand at their
.ders of Prizes at a distance to renew them. Cabinet, Upholstery, and Chair Mfanu-
0 3.List of Prizes kept at, J. C's. to be seen factory, No. 10, XNewbury-street,
gratis, dayand evening. A general assortment of every article in their line
Tobacco, Flour and Cotton. of business, which will be sold as now either for cash
Tobacco, o an otton. or good paper, as can be bought in Boston.
HIDl)S. prince Kentucky Tobacco; 81 N. B.--MAHOGANY PLANKS,JOIST and
108 k,- gs manufactured do. BOARDS, of all dimensions, constantly fbor sale, as
10it0 hobIrels superfine Flour, above.
30 bales prime Up!and Coton, To be Let,-an excellent dry Cellar, (50 by 25)
400 barrels MNess No. 2 and 3 Beef, suitable for W. I. Goods, or Fruit, rent very low.
100 do. No. 1 Pork, snquireas above, t dec 27
120 bolts Brtzgens best Duck, .....n ...v .. .
200 pieces Ra ens Duk, DUP&ONT '" CO's. GUNPOWDER
100 pi'cs hileached SI.eetings; Mace; Impe- CONSTANTLY FOR SALE,
ril Te ; 'aira Wine ; Palm Oil ; Rosin ; In Lts of ten artery cass d oer, by
'Varnish ; v.sue.- i t; Sugnars. &c. e. flo' sale by L.,
It. D. '"'U'KEIt,&CO.2N4o32. dia-street. E. COPELAND, Jun
Feb24 June T tf 69, BIOAdD-STREB'T.


MIOLASSES, COFFEE, etc.
PETERS, POND & CO.
VHT V No. 30, CE.TRAL- If"HARF,
AVE for sale,
Landing fiom brig Enterprize,
177 hhds. A
4 tiers GUADALOUPE MOLASSES.
35 bbls. )
Landing from sch. Climax,
209 hbds. GUADALOUPE MOLASSES.
37 tierees o
Landing from sch. 'eiudeer,
28 bags Green C,'ffee; 50 bhds. Molasses.
...INV STORE...
6 puncheons Rum ; 100 bbls. No. 1, Pork,
50 do. clear do.,; 600 boxes Herring;
20 ps. Russia Iuok ; SiOO VI Shingles, Fel, 14
RICHARD D. TUCKER & CO.
No. 32, WLDIA. STREET,
HAVE for sale-100 hhds. prime Kentucky
Tobacco; 600 bbls. superfine Floar,
150 bolts Bruggin's Duck,
100 pieces Bleached Sheetings,
200 pieces Ravens Duck,
100 pieces broad Diapers,
300 bbls. Rosin,Jones' No. 1,
25 do. Varnish, Spirits Turpentine,
25 casks Palm Oil,
10 ba.es prime Upland Cotton.
40 cases Mace ; 25 chests Imperial Tea,
300 bbls. Mess, No. I and 2 Beef,
100 bbls. No. I Pork. Feb 14
BAKER & HODGES,
VAVE for sale,
Ii. dAt No. 30, INDJ1.-STREET,
LANDING FRlOM BRIGG JONES,
43 bales Louisiana Cotton. .'
..IN STORE...
BoxesHavana brown Sugar; bbls. Muscovadodo.
Bols. and bags W. I. old Coffee,
Old Suma.ra do.; N. Orleans Cotton, new crop,
Kentucky leaf Tobacco, in hhds.
Do. do. do. in zeroons; Tobacco Stems, in Ihhds.
Rio Negro Cocoa, in bags; Surinam do. in do.
Looking Glass Plates, hrom 71 by 9J to 26 by 58
inches; Wax and Tallow Candles,
Ground Ginger, in kegs ; Hyson Tea,
Newbern Tar,
Russia and Ravens Duck, assorted qualities,
Canton Crapes and figured Sarsnets,
Sicily Sumac, in sack-; Orange Peel, in do.
Chinese Vermilion, in cases,
Oil Annis and Orange, in do.
Orange IBuds, in sacks,
Sacks Russia half Down ; do. do. Feathers,
Linseed Oil, in pipes ; Sealing Wax; 'Tutenague,
Heavy Guadaloupe Molasses,
Natra Skins, in bales,
Kentucky manufactured Tobacco, &k. &e.
Feb 14
SAMUEL PARKMAN JR. & CO.
AVE for sale, 12 qr. casks very superior Ma-
deira WINE, from the house of Scott, Loughi-
man, Penfold & Co. tf Feb 17
DOVE MILL PAPER.
ANDREW J. ALLEN,
C-' ONTINIUE to' Manufacture at his Paper
j) Mill, in Leominster, superfine Writing, Roy-
al, Medium,Demy,Foolseap, Folio Post, Vellum,
Cap and Letter Paper, Drawing do. Lug and Cart-
ridge do. Printing, blu Demy, blue Cap, Card,
Blotting, large wrapping and Tea Paper, warran-
teo good. For sale,
600 reams of Pot and Foolscap Paper,
400 do. supe, fine Letter do.
50 do. Log Paper,
100 do. blue Demy and Foolscap,
100. do. large brown Paper; 400 do. Tea Paper,
5000 Ibs. Binders Boards. R 6
Cash paid for white Linen Rags at:No. 66,
State-street. Feb 14
SDUTCH BOLTING CLOTHS.
O F ll numbers, and warranted of the best
quality, kept constantly on hand by. SAM'L
II. FOSTER, N. 1, Cornnill-square, nearly op-
posite the Old State House. 6m sep 17
WALLTH.AM COTTONS.J
ONSTANTLY for sale, by C, J.'. DA&MS
C No. 73, Cornhill. e a .t ,g -
Also, just received-elegant figured Bomoa-
zetts ; superfine twilled do. ; plain do. ; Rose
Blankets; Flannels; India Calicoes ; Russia Dia-
pers; Crash, e. &c.
On hand-a complete assortment of Goods, in
the THARED STORE line. tf sept. 30

JAMES CARTER,
dNor 17, INDIJA- W'HJARF,
-TVAS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
71. English IRON, flat, square, and round; with
NAILS, RODS, HOOPS, and PLATES, of every
description and size-real (L) blistered STEEL.
Also, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 epti
HOGS BRISTLES.
C"ASH (60 cents per pond) will be given, for
first quality HOGS BRISTLES, at LANE
k HUNEWELL's,Dock-.q. 12nil2is nov18
THOMAS EVERETT,
MNo. 62, .Market-street, touth szde.
.AS for sale, superior 4-4 London Calicoes ;
Bombazetts and black Bombazenes; Nan-
kins and Italian Crapes; Irish Linens; Linen Sheet-
ing; W. Flannels ; Linen Cambi icks and Hdkfs.,
Gentlemen's Cravats, sone very fine ; Worsted
Drawers and Shirts, and a constant assortment of
Hosiery and Gloves; Gentlemen's dress Gloves,
and long white Kid Gloves, e&. A good assortment
of middling Broadcloths and Kerseymeres. at very
low prices. tf Feb 3


BUTLER'S CLOTHS.
iOBERT ROGERSON & CO. 1o. 68, State-
street, have now on hand, 25 babies, compri-
sing a complete assortment of Butler's blue, black
and mixt BROADCLOTHS, from ~SJ to $7,
per yard. These Cloths are acknowledged by
Gentlemen who have used a:d retailed tfiem for the
last twelve months, to be equal in color and fabric,
to an3 of European Manufacture and from 5 to 71
per cent. lowe," charged, ep3m Feb 7

THO. T. ROBINSON
AS renmved from No. 60, Cornhill, to No.
14, Newbury-street, corner of Shenfe's lane,
next door to Col. MESSENras, s here he asfor
sale, a general assortment of PIECE and CUT
GOODS, viz;-Broadcloths; Cassimeres; Hun-
ters and Pelisse Cloths; plain and figured Salisbury
Flannels; do,, Bomoazetts ; black, whitee red, green
and yellow Flannels ; British and American Sheet-
ings and Shirtings; Canilrics and Cambric Mus-
lins ; fine Imitation Muslins; plain and fancy Cam.
brie Muslin Hdkfs. for gentlemen; best Flag do.
4-4 Irish Linens, from Is6d tIi6s9; Silk, Cotton and
Worated Hose; Silk and Kid Gloves; black Lev-
antine; Florence and Sarsnets; SiltK and Tabby
Velvets; black and olive stout Velveteens; Cotton
Damasks; Marseilles Bed Quilts; Scwing Silks
and Twists; Pins, bundle and 'b.; do. Tapes; best
Cotton Threads, from No. 20 to 80; Marseiller,
Toilinet and Silk Vesting; Linen and Cotton
Checks--with a great variety of other Goods.
Many ot the above articles, bought at Auction,
will be sold very reasonable for cash or approved
credit, tf Jan 3
Boot and Shoe Last Alanufabtory.
t"HARLES WIGHT, No. 55, Warren-street,
) (near Orange-sa.) respectfully informs the
public, that having for several years directed his
attention to the improvement of Lasts, he is now
able to make them so perfect, that Ladies and lGen-
tlemen may at a very low price be furnished wit)
them of the exact form ofthei-tbet,and prevent those
sufferings occasioned by wearing Boots and Shoes
that do not fit, ,especially where any peculiarity of
form, or any complaintiin thee iet,re nders it neces-
sary that the Boots and Shoes should be made to
fit accurately. He also trusts for the patronage of
those who wish at a small expense to be provided
With Lasts, that will combine the advantages ol
neatness in appearance and of ease and comfort to
the wearer.
The Boot and Shoe making business continued as
usual, and all favors gratefully acknowledged.
Orders left at the Shoe Store of Mr. JOSEPH
STEVENS, in front of the Marlborough Hotel,
will receive punctual attention. 4w fe-i 21
LE GHORNV BONE TS.
A CASE t'fresh imported I.egliorn BONNETS.
"will ba opened this morning at No. 13, .lar-
ket-street. eptf July 1


BOSTON GLASS.

T REDUCED PRICES.
FIE Proprietors of the BOSTON GLASS MANUFACTORY have the pieasureto inform
their friends and the public, that they bw ve reduced the price of the

BOSTON CROWN GLASS,
to such rates as will make it cheaper (its weight and quality considered) than Crown Glass
imported from London and Bristol.
The superiority, in strength and brilliancy, which the BOSTON GLASS paosesses over all
other, is too well known to be questioned, and the Proprietors are determined that nothing
on their part shall be wanting to render the Glass manufactured in future equal to any the
have ever made.
The price of CHELMSFORD GLASS is also reduced, and offered for sale, (together with
n assortment of SOUTTH BOSTON FLINT GLASS) packed in excellent order for trans-
pottation, at the Boston Glass .Manufactery, Essex-street.
0?'Orders directed to the Superintendant of the Boston Glass M.fanufactory, will receive
prompt attention. tf July 29


BOSTON AND CHELMSFORD
W1ND4)O, GLdSS,
AT REDUCED) PRICES, at the Boston Glas
.A anufactory Ware-Hous, 76, Cornbill.
Also-Apothecaries', Chemical, Plain and Cut
Glass, by PEARSON & CLOUTMAN.
Orders directed to P. & C. 76, Cornhill, willre-
ceive careful attention, tf sept 0
VNEW MUSIC WAREHOUSE.
C & E. W- JACKSON, (Sons of G. K.
Jackson, Mus. Dr.) acquaint their friends
and the public, that they have -opened a New Mu-
sic Ware House, No. 64, Market-street where
they offer Instruments of the London make, with
the latest improvements.
Also-The newest and most Fashionable Music.
Among their collection of Instruments, is a supe-
rior toned patent chamber Organ, from Clementi
& Co. having the improved Bellows and Swell, so
much wished for in this country. Invented in
London, where there is now but one Instrument
with the same improvements.
Likewise-An excellent selection of Cabinet and
Square Piano Fortes by the first Makers.
The whole selected by C.' & E. W. Jackson.
N. B. A few of Nicholsou's improved Flutes, so
highly esteemed in England.
.lso-An excellent barrelled Organ.
Feb 14 6t.


QG S 75. j.
STEARNS & BICKNEL, No. 17, Exchange-st.
have for sale, CALF SKIN BOO FS, made ol
the best manufactured Stock, and warranted to
wear well, at the low price of three dollars and sev-
enty-five cents per pair.
CORDEVAN and SEAL-SKIN, as usual, at
$3 25. Gentlemen in town and Country will find
it to their advantage to call, if they wish for good
and cheap Boots, as ttey have constantly on hand,
from 500 to 1000 pair, and all good fits. A liberal
discount to wholesale purchasers.
Sole Leather and Curried Stock constantly uo
hand. tt _. c 2
FOR SJAE,
INC in sheets suitable for the roofs of Houses.
This article has been sucessfully tried in
this town, and is found much cheaper and better
than Copper, nearly as cheap as Slate. It is like-
wise suitable for Water Spouts. Apply at T.
'I HAXTER'S Office )o. 16, State-street.
Snov25 tf

oTO MANUFACrI JRERS.
T HE subscriber begs leave ) inform his friends
andManufacturers in general, that lie lias re-
moved from his old stand, 1if, Union-street, to No.
17, Devonshire-street, where he continues to Man-
ufacture Brass Steel and Cane Reeds of every des-
cription,on the timst reasonable terms, for cash
or, approved credit.;
All orders thankfully received and executed at
the shortest notice.
Feb 7 6t BENJ. WHEELDEN.

TO MANUFACTURERS.-
TIHE Suia.eribers having tfo reed a connexion in
business, under the firm of
DEXTER TIFFANY & CO.
And taken Store No. 35, Broad-street, Boston,
offer their services to their friends and the public,
for the sale of
AMERICAN MANUFA CTURES,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. "
From their experience in Maiuftacturing and
Commission Business, they flatter themselves they
shall be able to give generuil satisfaction to all who
may favor them with their business.
N. B.-Cash liberally advanced on consignments.
DEXTER TIFFANY,
Jan 6 eptt BELA TIFFANY.
Copartnership Formed.
3[ IHE Subscribers have formed a connection in
Iness under the firn. of ARMSBY, TUCKEIt
.Co. lor the sale of American Goods, on Com-
mission having taken the Stock and Stand of Ly-
man Tiffany & Co. respectfully solicit the patron
age of the former Consignors and Customers of this-
Establishment. MATTHIAS ARMSBY,
THATCHER TUCKER,
S. A. HITCHCOCK.
Refer to-J. SMITH Boa0 Esq.'
SAMUEL SLATES, Esq. XV. Providence.
Messrs. A. & A. LAWRENCE,
W. H. & J. W. DWIGHT.

ARMSBY, TUCKER & Co.
HAVE on hand at their DOMES-' tC WARE-
HOUSE, MNo. 41, Market-street, a very extensive
assortment of American Manufactures, which they
offer for Sale by the package or p'ece, on fair
t rms for Ciash, or a liberal Credit. among which
arc the following, viz. :-
150 pieces superfine and fine Breadcloths, va-
rious colors and qualities
100 pieces super. and fine Cassimere
375 do. do. do. Satinets
20 do. Beaveretts and Priest C: ths
63 bales Ginghams, Stripes,Checksand Chain-
brays-15 do. Denims and Ticking
52 do. power loom bleached and unbleached
Sheetings
45 do. 3-4 and 7-8 do. do. lo. Shirtings
Dorchester patent power loom Shirtings
and Tickiags, superior quality
Table Cloths, Diapers, Napkins and Coun-
terpanes, elegant
5000 lbs. Warp and Villing Yarn, from No. 6
to 20
1500 do. 2 and J threaded Kr itt'g Cotton, from
No. 12 to 30, Slater's manufacture
1000 do. Sewing Cotton, various colors, from
No. 12 to 70
Cotton Ba Is-Windsor &oap
Letter, Writing and Wtapping Paper
1000 lbs. full blood Merino Wool.
July 8 12m


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Dissolttion of Copartnership.
OT ICE is hereby given, that the Copartnership
heretofore existing between thIe subscribers
under the firm of
BENNETT & FELTON,
in the business of Distillers, in the town of Boston,
was dissolved by mutual consent, on the first day
of February current. All persons indebted to said
Conipany,arerequested to make payment to JosHUA
B.NNErTT; and all persons having demandson said
Company, are requested to present them to him for
pa. mient. JOSHUA BENNETT.
LUTHER FEL'I ON.
The Distilling business will be continued by said
Bennett, at thlie Distil-House iatlv occupied by said
.Bnwuet & Felton. l2sp Fel) 10
lD)issotation of Copartnership.
T HE connexion in business between thle subscri-
I hers, is this day by mutual consent dissolved.
All persons having demands against them are re-
quested to exhibit the samint ; and a.l persons indebt-
ed to them, are requested to mak payment.
ZEPH SAMPSON.
CHAkIES WELLS.
JBoston, Jan'y n, 1821.
We, individually, shial continue to carry on the
Brick-laying business, and s< cit a continuance o
public patronage. Cl ARLI'S WELLS.
Jan 10 eeptf Zhi'il. SAMPSON.


HEAlI-H OFFICE,
BOSTOJV, JJANVU.tRY 29, 1821.
[N Board of Health this day, Ordered, That the
Secretary pro tern. cause to be published in the
papers printing the rules an regulations of the
Board of Health, that Proposals will be received at
the Health Office for removing from the Houses in
this town, the ensuing Summer, all the Dirt, in like
manner as has been done by the Town Scavengers.
Persons desirous to undertake the business, are re-
minded that the dirt is to be removed out of town
every night, and that the the town will be divided
into two districts, North and South the Northern
comprehending the North sides of State, Court, and
Cambridge-streets to West-Boston-Bridge and all
North ofsaid streets : The Southern District, the
South sides of the Streets aforenamed, and all South
ofsaid Streets. Bonds with ample surities, will be
required for the fulfilment of the Contracts.
2m THOMAS JACKSON, Sec'y pro terz.

Tombs in the Boston Cemetery.


LOOKOK OUT.,Cp
O WNERS of llinois militaryy Boimty Lands,
as well Soldiers as Purchasers, are informed,
that if the taxes of 1821 are not paid, that the lands.
will be sold, and that it will cost $20 on each quar-
ter section for redempt ion.
Jon" TILLSON, jun. of Edwardsville, (I1l.) will
pay these taxes on the most reasonable terms.-
BENJAMIN SHonUTLI-FF, ( No. 18, Hanover-street
Boston,) will receive and transmit, until the mid-
die of June next, and be responsible for all monies
thus received. 0:3All letters post paid will be at-
ended to. laf5m Jan 20
BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
The Administrators on the Estate of EDWARD
COTTON, offer for sale,
At 47, Marlboro'-st....Corner Franklin-street.
BOOKS
N the various branches of I.iterature,and STA-
S TIONARY, of the best quality:
Backganmmon Tables; Chessmen of Wood, Bone
and Ivory; Chess Boards, Cribbage Boards, Loo
Boxes, Pearl Counters, Dice, Dominos, Battle-
doors and Shuttlecocks, Crehore's best and com-
mon PLAYING CARDS.
Imperial, rn)al, demy and foolscap Drawing
Paper, Ivory Paper, Card Paper, gtld, silver, mo-
rocco ano fancy colored Papers, Gold Borders and
Ornaments ; Reeves', Newman's and Ackerman's
Water Colors, in cakes and boxes; Slabs, Pallets,
Port-Crayons, Hair Pencils, best Lead Pencils,
India Ink. 'ndia Rubber, Drawing Books of Flow-
ers, Figures and Landscapes; Ladies' Work Box-
es, Pocket Books, Thread Cases and Parses, Silver
Thimbles, Bodkins and Tweezers, Indellible Ink,
Visiting Cards, Card Cases, Dissected Maps,
Globes, Rc. &c.
Aldo-A variety of fancy Articles, suitable for
the season. eptl Jan 5
Good Stand for a Physician.
Trl O be Let, a good Room fronting on Cornhill,
with a Bedroom adjoining, has been lately oc-
cupied by a Physicia" who is about to reinove to
the Western Country. For terms please to call
at No. 5, Cornhill, corner of Water-street, where
four or five Gentlemen can be accommodated with
Board on very reasonable terms. 4t Feb 10 .


HEALTH OFFICE, N Roxbury, ieai Mr. Samuel Wait's, Corn-
BOSTON, JAN. 13, 1821. mill, 1 yoke of Oxen; I llorse, Chaise and
ST a .meeting of the Board ofHeuldt ths day- Harness; Saddle and Bridle; I large Ox Wagon
LiOrdered,that the Secretarycause tobe publish- 1 broad whee Ox Cort; I Horse Cart and H1ar-
ed in theNewspapers,printingtheRulesanl Order ness; I Plough; Whi.l Barrow; Horse Traees;
of'this loard, the following notice, viz. The cit- Co.tar and IIlames; Harrow ; Cart Rope; Pitch
izens of Boston are hereby notified that fifteen Forks; Ox Chain; Dung Forks; Hoes-and sun-
' ombs in the BOSTON CetaeTEyT, have been built, dry farminig utensils. Apply to J. HEAT'H.
and are now ready to be disposed of to the citizens Roxbuy. Feb. 7, 1821. 4tis
of Boston, who shall first apply at the Health Office
for :the same, at their cost, and deeds ofthe same CATCH THE TH EF !
will be given t@ such applicants, by the Treasurer TOIEN lrona an entry in Atkinson-street, on
of the Board; agreeable to the Rules andl Orders 0 Monida Eveninlg lsst,ia PLAIDCLOAK : the
of the Board, proviIled ho ever, that not more plaid small, and principally greeii,lined throughout
than one Tomb will be disposed of to any one per- with green Bucking. large cape and standing eollat,
Attest, the colar lined with purple velvet and faced -'hIf
THOS JACKSON, Secr' .Pro Tem. way'down with the same. A hole is cut through
T2m jan i20 the out side and inning about three inches long,
near the bottom. oan the left side. Whoever will
U11ommon Onpportunity for Settlers. discover the thief and return the Cltak to the Cen.-
rlHl Propi etor of townsli'p No. 1, in the 6th tiiel Counting Room, shall be suitably rewarded.
I Tange in Maine, is esirousf disposi of half Feb 21
ti- Laud insaid township to actual settlers. There
is probably at this time to ui0settled townshipsli in LOST,
the State, qqual to ls toi situation and the quality N Monday evening, between tbe Boston The-
of the soil, whicti has obtained for itgenerally the ate aid r'earl-st'reet; a large turtle shell
name ot the iew Ohio. It is situated on the wa- eresernt COMIB. Tie finder shall be suitably re-
ters of the PenObscot river, abotit 18 miles from warned bs leaving it atthe('entinel Counting Room.
Bangor, with which place ithas a water cominuiii- Feb 1 "
cation by means of the Pise.ataquis river. The ,
townships above and surrounding the one now of- TORE No. 4, Phillips' .ildings, Liberty-
fered for sale, ae settled and intesete by goodquie at No.8, said Bildings.
roads; a new road also thiroigh this township ias ;ilusue. Inutie at o. 8, said Buildings.
been recently made by the present proprietor, F-1
an expense of Th00o. Thepresent opportunity is TO BE LET,
deserving of the'serious attention of such coiia- a FOUR story brick Dwelling-house, with a .
nies or individuals as are desirous of obtaining guod Shop osithe lower floor, situate in Lynn-street,
Farms in the inost eligible part ot Maine. Inquire and calculated tor a small family. I..quire at the(
of ROBERT BOYD, Esq. of Portland, or of (tountig Room on Cioiuinercial-wharf. Jan 14
HENRY ORNE, Esq. of Boston. Feb "21
TO BE LET,
FARM FOR SALE. N .a long leas, if desired, one of tli'etest
THE Farm formerly owned by the IHon. Sylva- [ stands in Union street-it has ai Shopin front,
nus Backus, Esq. more recently by Mrs. liar- ,and has belen profitably used as a Hoarding house-
riet Backus, iicease, iin Pomfret, Con. is offered there is a good cellar unless the same. IInquire at
for sale oni reasonable terms, and an extensivi-cred- No. 4., Fianklin place, ft' Jan31
it. It coiintainiis about 70 acres, principally Moving,
Arable, and Pasture Land of the firstquality, about TO B/F LET,
10 acres of Wood Land are connected with the A STABLE situated in Oranige-street. suitable
Farm, and a Wood Lot of 20 acres mnay be had with A for a Liveil' Stable, and formerly occupied for
it, if desired, the buildings are a large aid hand- that puIrpose.
some modern two story Dwelling House, Barii, &c. lso, a Blacksmith Shop-rent reasonable. In-
a few rods from th'i Farm, and on it, a gord two u quire iat No. 21, Orange-street tf
story Dwelling House, two Barns, and every other
convenient Out Buildings. It is well watered, and PEW Wuf.ATED,
has two valuable Orchards, one of them entirely of ANTED to hire, part of a Pew, or two ts
grafted Fruit. 1 he Turnpike from Bostou to i in the Rev. Or. Channing's or R, M..
Hartford passes through it, and the Turnpikes Lowell's Meeting.Hounst. A line left at th .en.
fror. Worcester to N orwieh, and trom Providence tinel Countiing Room, for P. R'. will be attended to
to Pomffret, are on two sides of it, a School House, Feb'20 ff
in which a School is constantly kept, ad a Post -- -
Office, at which 6 mails arrive weekly, are within WYANTED.
a few rods, and a Congregational .Meeting House A YOUNG Man, with a smia' family, whnhas a
within a mile. The Fhrm, and tosuse near it, swill goo reco,ninendation, a,,l its always been ae-
be sold together or sepiarateiy as maniy suit the puLr- quaiiited in raking sauce, wishes to be hired to car-
chaser, and itf desired, the Fartlm ill be divided. ry on a tatrn, or to hire one if it ca.i: be wel stock-
A Tailor or Ca,-penter'vould find it a very eligible eIl on reasonable terms, For fI'rthler particulars,
situation. Inquire of inquireot ZACHARIAH HILL, at Sta 1 No. 2,
JOHN H. PAYSON, /x',. Old Martket. 4sp Feb 24
Pomfret, Jan. 31, 1821. 6w
Fm f a e W.-XTED,
Farm Jor Sale. XNEI Thousand Dollars, ftr three vesrs, for
F OR sale, a FARM, in the town of Medlbord, which! real estate wil be given for s-eeC'ity-
containing thirt) acres of good Land; a new interest paid annua.;v. Direct line to J. S.'H.
unfinished Dwellng-house ; a god Barn and an at the Lentinel Counting Room, and it will be at-
excellent pump ol water, under cove:'; aliuit 250 tended to. Jan 14
apple and pear trees, atoftlhe best gr, WTED TO H
in a bearing state. baid Farm is pleasaidy siua- I.ANTED TO IRIlE,
ted on thlie Andover Turnpike, about one ail a SMoALl Holus,-, r part of a House, contain-
half mile troin Medford mueeting-house, anai five 1 A in g V'arlour, Kitchen and two Chambers, in a
miles from Boston. It will be sold, if applied tor p e'asantpartt of the town-rent ahout Sloo. In-
soon, on reasonable terms. For a furilht' diser.p- qunic at the Cenutiel Countig R t >m. P,.l, '21
tion and terms, apply to eTHOS. HASKINS, Rains- BU.1i/DERR W TED.
ford's-lanie; and may be viewed by applying to V or si Gentlemen can e ac modated
Mr. J.Aeurra, at the Toll-tnouse, near the preini- with Ioard, ni theMarket. iqui ret N.
set. 6w Hoston, eb. 14, 121. W a 3I, Union-strieet. Fnqui 14o.
JA F Rdl. VITUf'.I'ATIOU.N WA.'TE).
O beLet,on shares, a FALt.1iu Newton, well YOUNG Woman, with gond references, wish-
situated and in good condition, ten miles trm es a place in a Gentleman's family, todo Sew-
the centre ofB oston. A preterince will be given ing Inquire at the Ceutinel Cosuiting Room.
to a young man, having a small fanuily, ot good ex- Feb 14
perience and fair character-none else need offlr.
For particular infotbration, application ina) be BO.ARDERS If.d'INTt-;D,
made to tile subscriber at No. 51, State-street, any IpIVE or six Gentlemen can beaccomodated with
time between 3 P1. M. and night. b board in a family where there are no children.
Feb 14 SIMON E. GREENE. Inquire at No. 19,Elm-street. Feb 21
N OTICE is hereby given, that the A.PPRE 'TICE W .NTEI)D.
subscribers have been >uiy appointed execu- NE 15 ea'"s Of age, whose parents reside in
ors of the last will of town', to Vattul t lY Goods St,,reon Cori-
t DAVID WELD), Iill- Apply atdhe CentinelCountilng'Room.
late of Roxbury, in the county of Norfolk, gentle- Feb 21
man, deceased, and inave taken upot. themselves RAs .,H-'AY
that trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All RO the sser New
perso having dern ads upon ie estate ot the de- FRtM the r ursc iber, in Newton. on the 13th
ceased, are required to exhibit the same ; and all yearss ol. ty atI a, ot rs sited La about 14
persons indebted to the said estate, are called upon pears1.ns are thereby ofrd harbon ratingss 1All
to make payment to Le ons a hereby oui harboring or trusting said
DNIto WEake paymLto Lad ou i acetunt, as I will not pav any debt he
AAROND.L W ELD, Ex'rs. may contract alfier the date of this advert'isemnient.
Boston, Feb. 13 181. .Aeon. F, O i ONAS STONE.
-Ae~vt~ll Feb)uaAS STO1821


N OTICE is hereby given, that the
sulbscriliber has beeu duly appointed :,dminis-
trator to the estate of
HENRY MORSE,
late of Natick. in the county of Middlesex, yeo-
man, deceased, intestate, and has taken upon
himself that trust by giving bond- as the low (l;-
rects. All persons havingdemands upon the csiate
of said deceased, are required to exhibit the same
andall persons indebted to said estate, are called
upon to make payment to
DANIEL MORSE, Adnidm'r.
N'atick, Feb. 13, 18E21.
N 'OTICE is hereby given, that the
aosubscrilber has been duly appointed Adminis-
trator of the Estate of
JUHN ROWE,
late of Lisbon, in the county of Lincoln, deceas-
ed, andu has taken upon himself that trust by
giving bomis, as thle law directs. All persons
having demands uplon the estate of Ilie said John
Rowe, are required to ,:xlhit thie same; and all per-
sons indebted to the said estate, are called upon to
make payment to
ACTER PATTEN, 2d,Addm'r.
Topsham Dec. 5, 1O.20 .


WET NURSE.
TIrANTEI), iln the vicinity of Dorcbester, a
young healthy WVoman, with a good 'breast
of milk, to take a child to nurse. Inquire at the
Centinel Countieg Room. Feb 21

STR. "YED OR? STOLF.Ax;
-PROM the subsei ilier.bi Brt3r field'sLane,on Sat
i urds y i;ght last, a large vuilow Mastiff DOG.
Ilis ears ami tail wer e crop ped, his fore feet white,
and one of his tusks broken of--had on a stuffed-
Leather (Collar, from which nails projected, and on
which was a brass plate, with tile owners name.
Whoever will return said d og. or give information
ot hin t i the own-r in Bronfi1ldl's Lanie, shall be
generously rewarded. JAMES IRELAND.
Feb 21

COLUMBIAN CENTINYTL.
Political.....lhe,'-canti/e....and .Md'iscellanrous.
Published rn. i'ednesaaya and(! Saturdaysby
IIEN.IA.MIN RUSSELL, Publisher ot the Law
of the United Stiles, Prii ter to the Stut',and
Proprietor, at his Office, ontgress.stre,-.
THOMAS HUDSON, printer.


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