Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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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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No. 80) BOSTON, (rlassachusetts,; SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1821.'
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THE !,'nplutri2.uofti'3cf te .,eltor.df TurnS/s-f Cot
iuN, ttii, ar.e hereby notified, that theirs amu-
nIl etetinig lr theco ehice of Ofriceis, which Iy n
s,.isuiag v-it,: of said corporation, flls on lthe '2lth
xlv ot "Johe ist. will be hi'ldeit at the tloLtel in
iXecdford, at' 4 i(elock, P. M.
By order of tle Pl'residt-nt, T
A. BATLtLETT, Clerk.
.itdfird, .Tune 4, 182!.

r THE semi-annudl iectinig of the Evangel.ical
3 Missionary Society in JFltss c' e.fett', will
lhnoltlen in r'hatNrestotn, on W1. )NES DAY,
-ne iUoth inss. The members will assenibcle at the
WVashingtonI Ihf l, at 3 o'cl -.ck, P.. h-i. or thle tia-
aition ofthe salsalI business. livinie se-vice will be
attendedd atthe Rev. Mr. .Walker's church, at 4
o'lock, where a Discourse will be delivered. a-d
a collection taken in aid uf the f of the funds if the Sodi-
'June 9 elta F. PARIRMAN, Rec. Sec.

American Antiqutarian Society.
A SE\II-ANNUA[ nL xti of thie t me,'icrn
1 i\ .It'tigt iti / Sd' ." -viiSil be hold-nm!, t ie
il-,l oi time Stietlv, in Worcester, on THetRS--
i) kY, the-28th lay otf .lne inst. lat 4 o'clock 1in
te aotuor"ii, to attend such bLsintess as may then
amd three I. .. ii -bforc tie S ciety.
SI.it ,Ill. IL NEWTON, Re.,Sec'ry.
WHorcester, J-une '. 1821-. ___
Iinglhuai Woollen Manufactory.
i; Proprictors of thie Hingham WeelIen
IManunfatory, at e hereby notified that a meet-
ii otf said ptoprietors, wil Ime lindiei at ilier's
'i-otel, i kilinghamn, on MONTDNAY, thi) 25thi of
liute, inst. at 3 o'clock, P. M. to see if the Pro-
1ruietorsvill dispose of their Iteal Estate, tnd any
'i thr, or all of tuhei property in said Corpo, atiOn,
biy sale or otherwise, and act upon any lthiig thliat
nmay be legally brought before them. A gence"al
,tituendance is relqus.-~sd. Bv order of the Direct-
ors.. JEROM GUSHING, C/eru/.
Jinghham, June 9,'1821. 3sp

ONsITOR LODGE at Waltham, wdllbe con-
Alsecralted'and its OlHicers installed in ample
form on the '251h of June next, and the nativity of
St. John the Baptist v'ill be celchgr'uted on the
same day. Othl, r Lodgesand the brethren gen-
erally are invited to'unite in thu. celebration.
Oration by R. W. Be. THOMiAS POWERS, o!
Boston. Procession to thrm at Br. Leonard
Smith's, at 10 o'clock, precisely.
N. IB. Entertainnsent by Ur. Leonard Smiro ,
and suitable ptrovisioon wiill be made for thIe Ladies.
Per Order of tlhe Conrmittee ofArrtiagenment, '
nmay 23 9sp EPIIRAI ALLEN.
Pa)y; ., it, of the whole of the State Debt.
Coimmoniealth of Massachusetts.
Treasury Offlct', Boston, May 26,1821.
P URSUANT to an act of this Commonwealth,
passed on the '258th of April last, entitled au
act in addition to amn act, providing for the pay.
ment of Ithe whole State Debt," notice is hereby
given to all concerned, that the whole of the fliu-
ded tebt of theCominmnwealtlh will be payable at
tells Ofiice on the first day of July next; and that
the Interest on said Deblt will then cease; whether
the payment shall be we led for on that day, or not.
(Y'Tlhose Printers who publish the laws of the
(.. u.... .i. s.- ]r. t.... .J ., in.. t thRe above
7......: t I .

Military Revolutionary Land
C ASH will be paid for a few Military Revolu-
June 2 No. 71, State-street.

0WNFORKMS his friends and the public, that he
has returned, aind may be constantly tound ati
No. 32, Suminer-steet, 4 doors belo' the corner
of New'bu'y-strect, where hlie will attend to the
practice of Medicine and Dentistry. June 2
,THIE Salem, Beverly, Marblehead,,and Giou-
ecster Stige Office, is removed to No. 46,
i3rattle-street, opposite the Old Stand, nesir the
Brattle-strecet Church.. tf june 2
_111- R1lGES on this coiustriiction ha',e many atd-
|) v.tntages over any other model hitherto c,': -
structed, as most simple, permanent and economo-
ical both in erecting and repairing-by its, construe-
tion and arrangeme t, will take the least quantity
oft:lterials, and cost of lahtor. To ereer a bridge
on this pian, the expense of the superstructer will
be from one half to two-thirds less than any other
mo(el now in use.
Those who wish to gain information in this quar-
ter may see a model, at one of the East lobbys of
the State Ulouse, or by applying to ALEX'R PAR-
g3S, Architect, at his office, Leverett-street, nigh
the new goal, ora desceription may) be seen in the
Aneriean Jo urnal o' Science and Arts, by B. Silli-
iol) iaEsq. for Febrnary, 1821. 4sp- June 9

Fire Engine Manufactory,
F- IVi t .,uicribers beg leave to intfrm the public,
1.. .' lhey have purchased the Stock and Pat-
o/'1'erlcins & Bauc'st, for carrying on
the aboyv business, atd have taken the staud here-
totore occtipied by tlem, back of St. James'
Clurch, Nori Seventlh-street, where they will
lie happy to receive and execute orders for any
Macninerv in their line, and pledge themselves
that it snail lie executed f'rmn the best of materials,
and in a warkman-like tmanner-they hi've also'
come to a determination in consequence of the
tall.ofM'ateri.als. to' reduce the prices, and will
bhinil Uiomestic rE;ngines, wilth metal plunges andu
Boxes, fr. .I.,:. ,' G-ardens, washing I lndows,
&c. and t. i, 1 ...i in ce the water, lby the power
of one Sman, 80 icet, on two wheels, to play therugh
hose pipe, bfor -2
Or to play tlhrouthl a goose-neck, 47
Large sized do. fi,.r tahetories nnd ships, 75
Seccro class Villagc Engines. which-will play
over a five story house, anJ not requiring more .
than eight men to work them, for 225
Fa first cl-s do. throwing larger stream,hcld-
i!. ],.tuie later, and i'equtlitngi ten men, -175
Engines to txe.ed lose of the double chitm-
ber usuallyy ternid first class) hin power andt
effect,and to play from two pipes at once, when
wanted, -- 700
If with one stream only, 050
Second class do. but httle inferior in distance '
and size of nosel, ...- 450
The largest sized Engines yvet itn use, will
discharge upwarus ot a ton o t f water per min-
ute, ait.d project it more than one hundred andil
ninety, feet, through a ai.osel neairlty an inch, 95J0
1st, and t. xtra clis, warranuted equal in every res-
pect to tuose madut at any oth:- 'i tul'aletoiy, at
,UO dolia. s, 850 dollars, and 1050 dollars-50i tont-
lirs ad'itiottal being cha getd when made to piay
two streams.
Engines ont the old English construction repair-
ed and improved so as to play further and easier
t ian when new. *
Supply Pumps, to force water through lose into
E.gntes, with Levers oi anew construction, work-
ed witht ease by vtwo men.
Progressive Lever Seal Presses, for Notaries and
Public Offices'. S. V. MEIIIRJK ( CO.
Phil.delptia, June 9 ep8w

Baltimore edition- of Sukey.
WTith the Poems of Romance and Jlourn-
,er of the last Hope.
U-AUMMINGS & HILLlARDI)l have just re-
) ceived at lfew copies of the Balstimore edition
of SKI.er with tv/t; ntew.Pocems, iomatice aind the
iourltnr!" of tile last Hope, by the same nuthor-
price 50 cents. June '2

7gTMIOSE persons holding suliscriptio. papers,
Swith suscriil;-ecs' iiates theuei.on, are rcquest-
e i"to forward tihen to GEORGE r;LARi, No.
17, Crnhlhl.
The above work vill be ready for delivery in
the course of six days. miy -26

SND to be sold by WVELLS & LILLY, Court
'street-price 37. cents,
Withl observations on r ; t ,.
drawn prioipal1 y fron t e~ .. -. -., .li I .',,.-
aitded, soamn -emarks and dieuetwit- rselatiug to tLhe
M:ss. S. Prison. By an Offlicer of thitl I5sttn'lioni
at (iharlestow. "' June 2'-

j UST 'liili:hed and lor sale bv GEORGE
S CLAK, No. 17, Cornhill, TIlE NOILE'
SLAVES, or The Lives and Adventures of two
Lod-a tRand two .Ladies, being a history of remnarka-
hble events, by Mrs. AuSry. ./2!so, the works of
ltll Rev. SAi H. SHAW, 2 vols.
G. is preparing Perry's Dictionary, with
Walker's pronunciation, for nuhlication, to em -
brace more matter than s heretofore been given
in the iormer-c editions. une
ULM, or Spir'it of the
SEnglish Magazines, is
11.1 1 Tis Day publishedd by
CIS, who have removed for the presentfrom Corn-
hlull to ihberty-sq. No. 1. .iune 2

Interinediate .School for Boys.
t i L. LITTLE, purposes opening a noon
j school l for Boys, on Monday the 18th inst.
I;.F r Jutpu's Hall, No. 7, Newbury-street,
whe-re he will give' instruction in the Greek, and,
Latin Languages, and the. higher branches of En-
glish E'ducation,,
Yting men preparing fir the University, or
for the Classical School, will be particularly -in-
structed in those branches, to which their masy not
le alle proierly to attend in our large public
schools, or in others Vthere tlte scholars are n1u-
inerous, and atty belonging to the Classical School,
will receive instruction in those branches of which
a perfect knowledge may be more especially requi-
site on account ot the vocation which they may in,.
tend to follow.
S'terms-Five dollars per quarter.-Hours of at-
tendence from + past It1 A. M. to past I P. M.
The I umber of scholars limited to twenty.
The hall in which the school is to be kept, is
pleasant, retired an d cool, and from the experience
received, and. the satisfaction heretofore given as
Instructor, Mr. L;. flatters himself, that by his as-
siduous attention to the imnpryoement of his pupils,
lhe shall merit the patronage and confidence of the
1i' .1l Ap -.ileb.t; .. .. .I l.; ,','a .. it 1. he made
-Ite e .:I.. ..'.b' I o I- I o, m .,
,laur 9 \\"- L.t rTLE, Esqrs. S. ,

Medford Academy for Young Ladies,

M ISS SCOTT has taken the Academy which
lias long been,established i Medford, and
wi I receive Pupils on the 5tht of June, to vwnose
education. norails and deportment, every attention
will be paid.
Tuition-In Reading, Writing, Arithmetic,
Grammar, Rhetoric, Cosmn;osition, Geography,
with the ese of Globes and Alkas, History, Natu-
ral Philosophy, Astronomy and Botany. "
t)rawing and Painting in water colours,*crayons
and chalk-'Transpareneies,Figures, Landscapes
and Flowers; en wood, paper, silk, and velvet;
Fancy Work and Needle WVo kiii great variety.
The French. Language, Music and Dancing, by
approved M asters.
Thlie hone is spacious and pleasantly situated on
Andover turnpike, near tlie bridge. The stage
coach passes the door every (lay to and from Boston
References-Rev. John Pierce, lBrookline,
Mr. Ash ur Ada.sns, Medibrd,
AiMr. Henry 1-lHomes,
John Tappan, Esq. Boston.
may 26 6sp

Market-street Academy.
|1 pectfully inii'rm their friends and the public,
that their Suimmer Quar'er '.."i :',:.:-: 'i
tears and M issues in the various Ir.t...h' .1 1 I ,. ,
tion, will commence on TUESDAY, 5th inst. at
their Academy, No. 30, Market-street, where
lhey hiae separate roons tor the different classes.
Tlhey liope by strict attention and fitithtul instruct-
ion to merit the approbation oftheir patrons.
Tuition from 5 to V 0 1..0..r -' to the age-and
studies.of their pupils. Application to be made at
their Academy. S
ry,-2, -ST -IAN'T Summer Quarter to-
instruetitg ,'..'.- L -...:' in M music s will com-
mence t oi I hi tL.L i 'i,7th inst. P. M. 1'ui-.
tion S3. June 2
"tONDUUT'El) by Miss CA LDER, is established
int tile spacious aild elegant mansion formerly
owned by Samuel Snow, E',sq. Onet and a half nilles
west from Weybosset brlge, and is re'ldy for tlhe
reception o young Ltadies, who will be instructlel
in all the branches aught in the principal Female
. Academics in New Eng and.
Miss Calder trusts tliat her constant exertions
for the iniproven ent of her pupils, will ensure a
continuance of the liberal patronage with whimh
she has been favored ; tor particular recummendti-
tions,she refers to ,lie following gentlemen, whose
daughters have been placed under her care :-
TRISTRAM DU R;ES, Esq.- P,, oidec,.
SAM. W. BI.IDGIII:\, Esq. ,c
HENRY A. S. IEAtIlUlI"l', Esq. BJoston.
Providence, R. I. Altay 7, 1821.

Cotton Factory privilege, and houses
and Stoi e, c &c
r rHE subscriber having lhad the misfortune to
loose his Coauon Factory by fire, being uft int
dlebt, and unable to start the business again, wishes
to dispose of the privilege very pleasantly situated
in Phillipston Village, sixty miles from Bostont
dnrable water and perieety secure from tfreshets
also a largee well fihshed House suitable for a tav-
ern, boarding house, or two families with a Store
and other cut buildings adjotinig. Likewise any
quaiitty of land not. exceeithng one hundred acres,
wAil tenced andt under good cultivation, wah an-
ottie' House and Barn, and blaultitul orchards
tl teleon. For further particulars inq-'ire olfyJlOHN
DOANE, Esq.at thle House of lieipre'sentatives, or
Col. SAMUEi, DAMAN, Holden, or of IGNA-
TIUS GOULDING oi the premises.
Phillip.ston, [ay 2.8, 1811.
A S an Apprentice, at tie T 'ailoring Business,a
good and aetliveBUY, thtit ian be well ri-
mcotuSTeded. Apply at the Centinel Ctunting
Room. June 9

To the Honorable the Judges of our
Circuit court of Common Pleah to' the South-
ern Circuit to he begun and holden at. Dedham,
within and hbr the county of Norfolk, on the
fourth Motday oi .April, in the year of oar
Lord eighteen "hundre-l and twentyv-one.
H UMBLY SHIEWS, Cyrus- Lothrep,of Eas-
ito, within the county of Bristol, Esquire;
that he is seized in fee simple, and as tenants in
cnitit. of and in certain real estate, situated iti
Stotughton, in the eonrit- of Nortblk, containing by-
estimation, about thi.tceo acres more Or less, atid
is bounded notrtherly on land of Jeremiah Vose ;
easterly on land of James Smith ; southerly on.
land of Deborah Randall, Jedediah Packard, and
Jeremiah Vose ; westerly on a town road, being
a tract of meadow land, and formerly the proper-
tv of 11zekiah Gay, deceased-the aaid Cyrus
Lotirop, of one uudividetd noniety with, JeremisaI
Vose. )ames Swan, anti Banjamia Bislee, lAl. of
"Stoughton, itlhin the county of Norfolk, yeon:tan,
and certain other persons unknown to your peti-
tinner, that he cannot possess, oceepy >tld iup't've
the said pat tttany advantage while the same lies
in common aii undivided as aforesaid, but h 11.
losses the profits thereof.
.Wheq.er/ Orv Qe t,'- 1. r b. i. ,'. ,-... le it-'E i
dure i rU Of law i is t.,il n1 : .a 11 p tn i)' -i '
off and assigned to him in sever'-lv. And as
yourpetitione -in duty bouiuid will .-',- ,i 3

Commonwealth' of .assachusetts.
Nortfolk, ss. At a Circuit Court of Common Pleas
for the Southern Circuit, Iegun nod held at
Doedtim, within-and for the county of Norfolk,
on the fourth Monday of April, A. D. 1821.
Upon the petition aforesaid, Ordered, that the
petition r notify all persona interested ii the l prem
ises to tTienat at thile Circuit Court Of CommonT
Pleas for the Southern Circuit, next to be holden
at Dedham, within aid for0 thl county of Norfolk,
on the third Mondayv of Septdmber next, by caus-
i g a true and attested colpy of said petition and'
this order thereon, to be published in the Colum-
bian Centinel, printed in B3oston, three weeks
successively, the last publication to be thirty days
at least beibre the sitting Uf said Coui't, ithat they
n mAy then and there, shew cause, if any they have,
"hiy the prayer of said petitioner should not bc
A true copy of the petition and,order therroni.

To the lion. Edward H. Robbins,
Judge of Probate, for the county of Norfolk.
'-HA IRLES .1. ADAMS, of Dolrchester, in.tthe
t countyy of Norfolk, in right of Hannah hi a
Nwife, who is the only daughter of Susantnahli Baker,
formerly of said lDorli-ester, widlow of Eobemzer
Baker, late of said Dorchester, deceased, wIhliih
Susannah lihas also deceased, and at the time of hert
death'was resident in the State of Indiana, an'l
was then seized and possessed of estate and iglhts
in said Dorchester,. that require to be admnuiuiu-
tered upon-and there is no legal rcprcsentativis
or heir of said Susannah, within the Commonealdith
of Massachuse ts,olther ttmn said Hannah. The
said Cha-les therefore prays to be adlmsitted to the
trust of administrator in right of the said Htlannih,
of the estate of the said Susannah Baker, deceased,
giving bonds as by law is required.
Dedham, June 5,1821.
Norfolk ss.-probate Court at Dedham, Jane 5i0l
< On the above Petition ofCharlesJ. Adanms-..'- I
dered, That the coi.ii, -,,..o ilh.'r, .-f b'rf f
P' .,.., .i f'.-.l.rr. 1.1 lhe ll -*l. dt ti .- -
Charhs is hiereby AteL. ..-,,- nl- I ;C.*-'t.l t..t
to all interested, by 1..itl':.-." I ,, .l .ttle':ft ri
his Peition abforesaid and ihllis Order thereon,a
four weeks successively, in the Columbian Centi-
nel, printed in Boston, the last publication to be
fouirtet-n days before said time, that tI hey may then
and tme' e appai', and they shall be heard concern-
ing the same, ifthey see coure.
EDW.V H. IOBBINS,j. Probate.
Copy-Attetst. SAML. HAVEN Regeister.

Norfolk, ss. Probate Court, at Ded-,
ham, May 15, 18921.
N the petition tf Zabdiel B. \dams, Admin-
istrator of the estate of Zabdiel Adams, late
of Roxbury, in the county of Norfolk, trader, de-
ceased, intestate, representing that there is due
from said deceased the sum of flie thousand and
seven hundred dollars, ant wholly chargeable onu
the real estate of which said deceased died seized,
and praying to be authorized and lict cted to sell so
much of said real estate as will produce the said
sum f'or the payment of hi just debts, ad anm addi-
tional amount bor the expenses of administration
and incidental charges in manner prescribed by
law :-Ordered, That the consideration of said pe-
tition be referred to a Probate Cour't to be liolden
at Dedham, on the first Tuesday of July next, at
three o'clock, P. M. then and there to ie heard
and decided upon.-And the said administrator is
directed to give notice to all persons interested'by
publishing an attested copy of this order in the Co-
lumbian Centinel, printed in Boston, three weeks
successively before that time, that they may then'
and there appear, and thev shall be heard concern-
ing the same, if'they see cause.
EDWARD I1. ROBBINS, .T P-robate.
Coply Attest, SAMUEL HAVEN, Reg'r.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the
--'s subscriber has been duly appointed adinihis.
trator of the estate of
late of Ipswichl, in the county f Essex, yeomann,
deceased, nld has taken npon himself that trust by
giving bonds as the law directs. All persons hav-
ing demands upon the estate of the said deceased,
are requited to exhibit the same ; and all persons
ind::bted to said estate sre called upon to make pay-
mentto JOHN H. BOARDMAN, .dm'r..
Ipsotich, .Tune 5, 1821.
N OTICE is hereby given that the
subscriber has been duly appointed Admin-
istrator de bouts non, to the estate of
late of Newton, in the county of Middlesex, yeo-
man, teccased, initestnte, and has taken upon him-
self that trust, by giving bonds as the law directs.
All persons, hayig demands upon the estate of the
said deceased, are required to exhibit the same ;
and all persons, indebted to the said e tate, are
called upon to make payment to
JV'ton, eMay '20, 1821. ..qdm'r de bonis nin.
j OT'ICta is hereby given, that the
--'subscribter has been duty appointed adminis-
trator to the estate of
late oflChar'lestowni, in thie cuuity of Middlesex,gen-
tlemant, deceased, intestate, andt las taken upon him-
self tlihat trust by giving bonds as thta !aw directs.
All persons having demands upfcn the estate ot the
said deceased, are required to exhibit the same ;
und al persons indebted to tihe said estate, are call-
led upon to make payment to
CIai-lnts,,on, lt9y 29, 1s21..

\ OTICE is hereby given, that tihe
1- subscriber has been duly aippointedAdmimis-
trator to the estat- of
late of Tewksbury, in the county of Middlesex,
gentleman, deceased, interstate, and has taken upon
himself ihat trust by giving bonds as theli law di-
rects. All persona having deninditis *pon the estate
ol tie salid dcetasd, art required to uxlhiit'the
samt;t and all pe,'sons inudebtsd to hle said estate,
a-e called upon tto iak" pay'eitt to
ISRAI k I'l LDETII, .-dam'r.
Tewksbwy, .Usty il, 18'2i.

Bakers' and Family Flour,and James
River Tobacco.
AVE for sale, bndintg from selh. Undlauntcd-
t50 bbls. superior tRichiond Flour, made
expressly fur makers andt Family ust-,
15 hlhds. prime heavy James RiverTub;.cco, suit-
able for Manufacturers,
.From schooner Diana.
300 bbls. r-E i. .. ...,.'.tain Flour.
.. I \ I '" .
'240 bhls. Alexandria snpe 'ioe FIutmr.
50 do. fine do. ; 150 do. Susquelannah sinper. do.
180 ul. do. fine do.; 120 do. iPetersburg Midtligs,
.11 htls. James River Tolbace-,
18 lihds. long leaf Kentuckv T bacco,
300 kegs prie No. I old Richmond nmnuifacturedl
'olbacco, 8 hands ; 50 do. No. 2 do.
60 halfkegs do. ; 10 bbls. Muscovado Sugar,
t100 lalfpipes and qr. casks choice Lisboin Vine.
may 3s' )
jV'ew Carpet War Ilouse,

.,. : JVo. b, 8 indll is l--., .1 ..
''AS received per Tritin .....: h.t .. r.-..
0 Liverpool -'. ...
lirussoels Cat-peting, a Daiisask 'Table 'Cloth'.
gi-eat variety new and 'with elegntt borders
elega~tt p i'' : ail rouold and hand-
Imperial' .1..I ln-il: some centers from 2
Rugs to match, to 7 yavdsJong,
Venetian 'and Kidder- Napkins to match,
minster q-upeting,fine Damask and Linen Di-
anud super, great va- nper' by the yatd, 6-4
riety itf 6 gi'res and 7-4 8-A. 9-4 and '10-4
new large patterns, wide,
Reugs suitable 'or dlo. Cliints Furiiituro, new
Venetian anil russele i iatdelgaint patterns,
Stair Carp.ting,- Fturn'ltttre Diilies,
Brass Rods and Eyes Cotton Ciouniterpares,8-4
for do. to 16-4,.
Green Holking Baize. ,Mars'illts Quults, 12-4
Rose Blatkets 7-4 to to 16.-4,
13-4., Irish Ltihn Slhe':ting,
Carpet BindUngs, 5-4. and 6-4 wide.
*4*Greets suid Plaid Tahle CLOTHS ; white
cotton do. ; Russia do. ; Tartan Doilies Bled lick-
;,- : Grien Billiard Cloth ; Bleached Cotton
,,.,.. -. extra fine Irish Litnens 7-8 and 4-4
wide, approved bleach. .
'. fHso--Gilt Frame Looking GLAbSES, pur-
lchased at auction will be sold remarktaly cheap.
april 18 8wisSwoas

FOREIGN ARTICLES. changing the name of the JN'-w-Ergland ele,
giovts Tract Society,.
a----n OTh senate r ferreld to the next sessgitn,
[mt:Mvn AT V-YOT, 0 Ar. .TEST.J the re-solve of the Htise, on the petition of
S.XONYO wi iI.rm APirt 14, 1821. Wm.. Jerneg-an;-Also, the report of the
7. Ot.I- letters confirm the intelligence of joint committee on Banks (giving leave to
Stie nmarchi of at Russian army towards withdraw), on the petitions of S. IW. Willard.
Italy.--Oth. rs ,assert, that this ;army, tinder and others, for P new Bank in1 Franiklin c-un-
the cele'rat.id WITTGF.'ESTEI.N, is destined ,to tv ;-of Phinehas Upham aitl others, and of
.occupy the 'Turkish frontier;. and that an Henry Gray and others, for new Bacnks in
.titstriu, air-y .has a similar destination.- Boston.
l[,-e lsnha. at en u iy i la'N.-Te accounCt, A ressol: passed both Hlouses on the rep-
rohich ind.lica.es that cmty. Juessian force is on ressentatioi cf (ne Qurter.-Mster-Gcneral.- .
the march, for ltaly, arias Sipaint :--.ind our Finished itsinese.-1Rills, to incorporate the
readers lkno-w, thai.the Eperoqr ALEXANIITI, to Salt Maiiufactturnti. C ,iipany in Barnstable
the exqpresaon of liis disapprobation of the late --i ..- I'lid Cuotre School District in
revolutionary proceedings in Tuuirkeu, has add- ( 'L, ..--,.1 tlhe Protestant Episcopal Pars
ed 'is intention ofjlacingo an army on the Turk. ish in Grieenfield-severally passed to be en-
ish frontier, to observe those procceedintgs.]. acted.
.dUSTRTf. rTIxNA, APiilL .14. The joint committee on the subject of
The restoratio.n of order and legitimate the sale of the Coiinmonwt-alth's lands in
au.thorily in N:tpies has been celebrated in Maine to thle State of M.Iaine, reported.
every part Cof the Aiustlian-Ernpire with reli- that it is inexpedient to ratify the a-ree.-
Traios ce oillitha and thresta s lif t.e Turk- ment of the Commissioners for the sale
"isn*rovi.,ce ot"i ; ; Aboutt forty poor of those lands, or to modify or annul, by
i i.'_1 shawl-tmenders we-re the victiircs to- i-':, t.t.*ve provi.lson, the act of June
th-e popupice,. in tle, filst,. i l.-. ofl' their i; 191819, as is authorized in the 9thi a,-c-
age- t ion of said act, and that no other me-as-
The tew Coonnress of overeigns Which, is' ires are necessary than are provided in
to assemble : b r. .ri. will be attended said act. The ep, nittee also rscoted
by several, tI.t present at Troppani or Lay- sad act. Te committee also reported
bach. e1.-ides'the t".io Emperors, the Kings a Resolve, authorizing the Commission-
oi' Prussia, thie NetherJands, Bavaria, and. ers heretofore appointed, to appoint a
*;,i. c,,ir. tire named. [y.r.N'o doubt the Secretary, and to provide for certain ex-
A' .. .. has been o, will ibe invited to penditut-es in carrying into eflect the
this- Jtvat c; and the ltne of conduct of the. aorsai act Ju 19, 819. 'rie
Soverei cia it regards Sain ad -ort aoresaid act of Jue 19, 189. The
will be resolved upon by it. We hazard a con- report was accepted, and the further
jerture, that a-s itrespects "ortulal, the lritish' consideration of the resolve referred to
government will not be averse, to measures to the winter Session. [di'ccepted also and
affect the restoration of the old order of things a referred ii the Ieuse.j
therein.]l .? elitions.-SethI Raymond and others; Eb-
tlie Austrian army is to remain in Naples enzer Wheelwrighlt and others; lsephb
four years; but as soonia.s tranquiHity is per- l1,igg and others ; REtssell Jones and otliers-4
ftectl restored, one third of the army will re- James Davis and others; Josiah Little.; Jon.
turn to Italy. : than Taylor; Timothy Gibson and others;
Spanish Jffairs. and Nathaniel IHllden ard ..t ,e, s.
MAInhtI), APrIL 12. Oi'the 9thi the Cortes I The P" titions-Of John w,:i f of Mon-
decreed,thliattheBishopof Tarragonashould tag-ue; of JosiaAyresand others, respect.
be banished from thIe kin~'dorn and his tern- ing pilotag-e ; of Wm. Jelnings, for an ,iur-

--. ..g.
poralities sequestrated, mentation of .his pension for the !css of his
Superb .Aeriao Long Shai'wis. arm when on military duty; of PLiinea.s1 Whit.
HI -NEY & HASKELL, No. 9, hMIarket- LoSnoT, APnrT, 28. A private letter froCm inug and others, and' of Eli Shaftucc, were
14 street, will open this morning, ole case Paris, of the 23d. says. the Spanish -CorItes I severally referred to the ne-xt sessi.n.
containing a very splendid and extensive aiso tmient has ordered ai levy of 500,000 men, to be dis- Orders of Notice passed hot'.H Hounes on
otf iong and square,. -Meriho Shawls tIand tdki-shf' tribute ieto four armies ; and thit during a the petitions of Thomtas Hobart, sidt Otis
it of the highesc anott rantednt a ele wnar, should it ensue, Five Members of ,he Ammidon and others. Adjourned.
goods its were ever impnirted into this town. Also Cortes shall be joined to the Wtar M:nisty. -- --
cases of Striped Florences, very beantitul pat- ihey have also decreed that as soon as hls- House of Representatives
(-'rns, andt the best quality just received. utilities commence. the Political Chiefs shell s VE-NExst, Jurie 13. On motion of Mr
mnay 16 G have dictorial, and be authorized to being all ALLEx, of Pittsfield, the 'Trestirer ,was "i
S Bonets adCr es w ,o shall attempt to subvert the Coiisitu- reacted to furnirh, at tie co mroenceent ofi-
Lehor Bnets al. Va Crapes. ton, to martial law, the sentences of which the next session, a thtltailed account of the
-. GEO.RGE HOXWE, shall be executed within 24 hours, .ith the Receipts into and Exe uitures from the
Vo. 55, LItKt,-STREET, approval of those chiefs. []7PThis is an ec- Treasury, for the three years last peceli g
H AS just opened, a complete assortment of act znmtation of French measures it the early cltssingthe same idr ,hd s ec t i ng
LEGHlORN STRAWS, of excellent quali. stages of the r-vottion.] c s Je r ic nappro-
ty. .Also-l case real NANKIN CRAPES, best pat eas, which shall be printed ftr the
kind i the market. isos. Fb as2 use of the members.

store lacl ,.u..ntm.i t hr M -n I I .**.,,1 l -., -o--D.--.. j T ar-
where they of-er for sale, a large assortmentmoi 'AL lJ,..' O,, l .>.L..,, ai.i tle .agr- gosasecl, a debate ensued., r-h. bill was
Bapts and Shoes. Good Wellington GCalt kin tar Schooner, continued at Ferdi- supported on its well known mer ts, by Mr.
Boots,at S,75; 'Cordovanand Seai Skin, atl. 5 nandl,a waiting orders. Colonel BUT- iSPeaUE2:, ofSal-Cr., M,'. \'.LTE:R, of Boston,
1 1lso, 500 pair Gentlemen's fine Shoes, at 8s. 3d.L e, of the arm had inquired of the Mr. PrtuRr, of IFhoboth, and M. JAtviS, of
500 curried Seal Skius; 500 do. Horse Hides, R of the at" ".'n"
50 par course Sttes suittoble fr the Southern Spanish Comnmander of St. Autglstifne, e w op tos it -e
Market. eptf mau'rch 8 when he should be ready to transferthe a' detal Dby 1" b- ""s ;if
PItAeUPR GU, of Duxh tity, a stut m-r. S ulLEY, -A
place to the U. States, and received for Sutton. Mr. 'arT, of U. at the close o fijas
Ladies' and Gentlement's eegan. t Shoes. answer, that the Commandant had not remarks, moved, that the further consil....
S "ear the O/d Market. receive d any orders on the subject. Th'e tion be referred to the next session. -itr-
B E8 H. MIRICK have just received a few .Dons are proverbial for their gravity, JARtvIS, of Pittsfield, combated sontr: t the
dozen Ladies' Denmark S.tin Slippers, of they must take care that punicafides is objections of the gentleman from Uxbrh.ge'
an excellent q(ualiLv, and superior workmanship. t ted to tl b but remarked, that he was not satisfi.i w.la
Likewise a good assoi talent of Ladies' and Ge.,- not added to tie prove. some of the provisions of the b'll, and t:ere.
ticmnen's Deer Skin Shoes, remarkably softil and fore concurred in the motion. of referr-nce,
easy for the presentseasonu. And general assort- VIRGIJVI.. ORFOLK, JmrlE 7. The qlnestion c-as then taktn, and the bill
meant ofShoes of the tirst quality, which the)l now romn Hayti -We have late accounts from was referred. For it 101 Against it 52.
ofler at the most rational and consistent prices, by Cape Haytien. BOsER returned to Port.au- A report of the committee on the petition
wholesalee or single pair. Iw3w June 2 Prince the 20th Maty, followed by his flotilla of Majour Smith, andl other officers of Artille-
WILLIAM HOVEY of one ship, a brig and five schooners. Coln- ry, of this town, on the subject of furnishing
'AS again taken his old stand, No. 4, Tremon modore NoaTIruiP and Captain P ELOEr (of sole them with music, when they parade by order
street, ard has Hitted it up in a most superior insurgent squadron) had been imprisoned at of government, w;as referred to the next ses-
style for the acconnmodation of hoarders. Ge.i- Cape IIagtien, on a charge of having violated sion.
t!emen and Ladies who visit Boston, will find i':s the custom-house laws of the place.-Their Essex Probate affairs.-The Committee,
situation more pleasant, and ras central as any in vessels were seized, an.d ordered to Port-au- on the memorial of Josepil Carleton anti
B1.stoni. Good Stabting will be tarnished for i Prince, but on the passage were driven into others,'respecting the fees taken in th-. Pro-
H horses, and every accommodation that is necessary Port-de-Paix, by Commodore D).tia-.s, under bate Court, in Essex, reported a st:. It mint
to make it agreeable to those that may favor him. another insurgent flag, and there blockaded. of facts, and a history of toe probate proceed-
wikE thcir custom. .tf nta 19T hngs in that county; and tIiat public justice
S hit ron St. Barts, May 1. The Pat-riot pri- did not require any address or impeachment
Misses' Vhite Cotton H ose., vateers in theseseeas, make prizes of Frencb, on the subject. The report was iaceepted,
GOOD assortment of Misses'White Cottoa Spanlish and Portuguese vessels, indiscrimi- iem. con. and, afterwards, on mo'lion of Itr.
tatiose; a ad ssmere sinsrTpe Sh Els ; i (nlstely ; and send tdem to tle Fie ive Isltls, SAvAGE, of B. the whole report vvqs ordered
ta&io. lnistreceived oterom auction, s n ae sell Eing s, (7,miles distort) v-were within thle connivance to be entered on the journal of thle House.
low, by BENJAMIN SWEETSER, 29, court of our Governor sat edoute, they are allowed A resolve passed tChe H-ouse, authorizing
street. to sell them. What the powers whose cit- the Treasurer, if ite should find it neces ary,
.Also-1000yards fine Factory Shirtings, izens are thus spoliated, will say of this breach to borrow a suing of money, to mee! the de-
crior quality. IfI March 10 of neutrality, and the La.ws of nations, time mands on the I'reasury, of the Banks in Bos-
BLTdCKIRVG. will tell. ton,.was read a first time.
OULD'S real Japan Sponge Blackingu is for The New York papers say, that Me-. Fon- V te.-- this resin e hlst m itce bee passed, anti been
seiLi Ct ite Ilil. untt- m. from tuhie, i 5tsirthor ins s cvt, was
W l sale at the following places viz :-lleniy Tur- SYTHt, Our Minister to Spain, has taken pas- recent, tf a t;-w mdtt tutfore;-the House (xci cing ,,, the
ner, and Ezra Eaton, ish-street ; I T. T. Dupee, sage iln a ship in that port for Cadiz. occain, itn constint tion.i right to initiates alsl lmuo bills
AMiddle-strect ; Gay 0? Venzie, S. & J. Howe, rsoniv. i I i sotubeci, seelti, jus tit.isata
and WV. Fa:on, Aun-streete; T. Tirrill, N. E. of Crab catching.--Three persons lately rqueoely it itpes kth i Tras,'very Iu mrS ne, alttt u toine-
the market; N..R. golden, Murket-squaye ; liall caught in the Severn river, in Maryland, in n. Itia u nquetionablyc tu olteeedr. h!,t ti u, i ',f the
a.teneli. toltaquienn f(ltt ine o pttle in 't Il ttH4m it' i t v,,i, Iout
& \Veld, No. 1, Union-street,; T. Ihrigbam, Elno- lthe course uf six hours, seven hundred and tf e "cuituiss at', thus fit 'huoe ir hth Hosts, t.y tvie Idt
street- J I'Lu v 0. H-owe Ind J Ttnfinn thLIuL rinriati' st thun t ido c! street ; Pery, O. Howe, and .1. Tolhnnt. Cout- ninety-eight hard andi soft Crabs. toOtLe -i S et.s ,vj c tiovrs, o to -.ai] w, t it-1th nsoi euut X( ts
street ; Mark .Byrne, and COnahmana llassett, Mar- s me, t the pironit pinynett ,' t i et ntinut r, t1 i stme.
ket-street; Stearns & Bicknell, Exchani e-st.*eet ; t times, not .niii. r il.n esiarp t,- atnd iiipat hlc t ioy bi a
B. iDarling, F. Atwood, and John St eveslts, Broa d ntial CtOU t of l- uS IaIss h S etts. i ntu ,the 'tnt. tt,.nti h i.t pmh a s.. t i. s e in .ru.ce-
street ; J. Pray, 28A Cornhill; B F uller, IM .....lkn,.,,ue i-s ,nt ut t sedbiet
Cushing, J. Morton, J. Thtinvr, Jos. Stevens, .1
Vose, C. Veazie, Thayer Lord, .J. Hunt, and Ix SENAITE, WEDsnEtDAY, Jui;E 13. After acting tnpoil several b)iJs, resolves,
L. E. Caswell, on the Main-strcet ; and at Samuel a orer paed both oues, direct- afnhorde, h which wIil t e particular zd to hen
Kidder, jin. and W. Arnold's, Charlestowmu. T'lids A s tot loo ihs ti ic o fimsuiec', the house a nio ned to ice- t in the
Black 'ng may be used over (allow or oil.h lhg the t mittsete on nluation to afternoon.
A. G. returns hIs thanks to those gentlemen meet at the Stat-Iloust in Bostoni, on AFTERNOON.
who state that tlev have his reiciptfor ., .I ;.-s 1,; the 7th of November next, to examine A petition of theil New-E-ngland lBank on
le aying. I further stat,, that I e lhav e ... makingy the eturn'S of the Assessors of the State, theta subject of a tfortged check, :aid by them,
Sponge BMackinug..t A. GOULD. o correct any errors tlev y .ay contain, was ref-red to the Me'sis. HrLLra-,GtEE1,
N. 11. All orders punctually attended t,.. and to doom Such towns as neglect t) and F ; to joined
Charlesto Malt.. 8~, 18,21. uin 1 U .;PUInII. VOR;PtfI.
muarlesto'wn. 8t-, 1821. tit inake returns. The polls are to Ie e'sti- POn motion of, (v '. '
On motion of tIme Rev. IMt. Rict.dnnsoo u f
1-OR S.31-L/, mated by the committee-at two mills lfor Iingharn, a Connittite, consistiig ofthe mo-
AVERY conmmodios and handsome country every 1000 dollar's. ver, Mlsrs. I.Altnsis, of Ncuiburyport
seat and farnm, cligihly situated, and in god v assd rantin a sun of money r., f G f.. Pu.rs, of i or
itluer ii every eespecttntr iitutedittut us,,, 12 mktles Aresolve passed, rg r i- a-sum. Offmoney 'i.-l-h, lutc insat ;t, ua1d
from ilston, r it swill ee engedlltot n ahro- to the Hon. Messrs. BLiss and RotnBIxs, Corn- lr.ts, of.tlynt, ie,< :. pointed ho con-
ftd estate in town, or about half tl distance froum it missioners on the subject, to enable tl &r t ,ide-r L'vwhl-ier tr.y, ami, if any, wvht further
inllthe country. Personsin w- entlof asinlar situa- r:n tne butLndary line between this St ae and inpr. \is.i nm:. be ntuide flir thie better main-
tion, would rarely meetlwith an oluppottuniyto he so Connecticut, and to adjust all ilffcrences re- Inteance '; pub: woship 'i this Common-
well and favorably aecommnodated. Apply to specting the same. wealti., to report ati 'be next s Cssionm
THOMAS ENGLISH, litoker, No. 15, State- Thie Senate refused to concur Nhi. tii e. 1-7 t he.v-. ":,.,.rit -' ..iI.d lut-.-ion b)y a few re-
street. sp mao y 13 t H use, in passing the bill on the distribution ak1. -.. 1 !, t :- t ..ifit th:.r ithe pr,, i-
STO BE LET, of Insolvent Estates. h t-gi1o.I', I -rh. h t.
A BRICK Dvweling-louse. vwitI a shop in hrom T'reasrer's A.ccoantsa.-The lion. -MIs.'s.. i,. ith. t- int S i, n r;,. i !,irpids
A o. 6 t....:,. -... t Apply to rTil 'S J. wV .LEs. and t ,.A'rou., Messrs. too ., t ..u to nt .
EY t 25 ll nn i um m al nd HIt>I.taIuIn (,i C., w'rr a-rt t i !i)tAIh.. 1 of r ot' uti-t'li s.1n',tni,.f. Hcalio
10 BIln M L- 'i' sappointeH l a a commtiltee to examnilil, liqluii,'te, in ,i t- i I t SST sitatd i LET, .street. uit e a t nd settle the ac-couin' of t e lic *tt -inc .. i ; tth ,l r.... .i "t ,.asmst hit..
fAr fl'i a ivu y Stabl e,nd fotrmerOet uie sdutable )O lir. Suton, Tr tu alr A R.s-lve passed both Houses on tte peti-
that purlo e. General of the Saaba, te&. uaud to report .hre- Con of a n li I( Crl:t, ,
llso,it Blacksimith Shop -rentT..tusonable. In- on at the winter session. Several bills passed t totl-d re.t;,l:tulis, and
quire atuNo. 21, Orange-sOt'eet. tf Thle Seatite rcftadcl to pass the bill for to be eng'rossdl, whichladIn'e tn heiovw.
Adjourned to 9 o'clock.

L, M, r.v 4 I'VI n 0, 1-I-X

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.--e--t-. --- was presented, and passed both Houses. [.J-
GeneraiC 'ourt of Massachusetts. mount F22,713, 4' p ofth.]
_.-.... .. ..-.-.-- -- A report oP e petition of the Proprietors
[Perodecings in e.it'nIatian fr'omi the first page.] of Union I '. .s and Carial, was referred to
Iv SE -A.T", 'sonsr, Jus 14. [ to the --- session; as were reports on the
v S -.'IVTE, TM1SDAT, JUSe 14. pt- .u ach. Fobes and others, and Asa
A RESOLVE ofthelluse a,thorizing the pe. do Fes an others, and Asa
.it Triasurer to borrow a sumc of rno ,ey of A resolve passed .oni the pay of the mem.
1;.:. Ji it.in Hanks, il found necessary, was bears.
r-i :;(!, and inon-t cinrred;, the Senate having, An order of notice passed oin the petition
ah eiad p:,ssrd a resolve upon the sinbject, of several persons respecting Prison Point
and anotilr connected therewith, which do Dam. Ajourned.
tnTf appear to have been acted upon by the
lion. House. FuItlDA, .Jxt.u 15. A resolve from the Sen-
Tle hill from the House to exempt from ate respecting improvements in the State-
ttachnient unfinished books, maps, charts, House yard, andt fnces, was refitsed a second
&c. in certain cases, was refused a second reading. Mr. WILrLIA.tS, of Boston, mov-
readiming ed a reconsideration of the vote of refusal,
il/s reft:rredtio thene.xt session.-Providing which was negative
for tihe appointment oif a Cmmissary-Geser- CO0MM1I'TEFS OP CONFERENCE.
v; and to licnui the number and establish Mr. T*inci, froni the committee of confer-
thie fees of Notarins Public.-Also, an order ence on the part of the House, on the differ-
of the House :qap'inting a committee to con- ence between the ltwo Houses, touching the
sider tlie expediency if printing a new edi- resolve authorizing the Treasmurer to borrow
tion of the Statute iaws. monev, recommended that the House do re-
A relve passed produg for the usnal cedeo their vote. This report was ac-
pay(T.il.hc Committee of Accountq. cepted, and the House concurred with the
Re-olves pc.ssed relative to the Quarter- Senate in passing the resolve on the subject.
Mist.:r- general's department;--also, concern- .Vewa Valuation. The report of the com-
ing thu. State-IHouse yard and fences ; and on ittee on th;s subject was amended so far r.s
the titicn of the New-Englu indbank. to direct the estimate of the Polls at one mill
The iIon. Joiin PtHtLLrS, and tIhion. Emr.iJAnid a -th/, instead of two mills, on tle thou-
Cont, were chose n o the Comnmittee of Val.- sand dolhi's. [.noncolicandi,/i Stenate.]
nation, in the ruom of the Hon. Messrs. Pluittlth /deach .Lot.erv. A report of a
WErLLes and WILLIAM S, wo declined serving jointlCommittee appointed in February last.
on the committee. I ,to examine into the concerns and accounts
The further consideration of the subject of of the Plymoth Beach Lottery, containing a
exonerating the towns whose Representa detailed statement of facts, was read, and ac-
fives were compelled to attend the extra ceptiled
session for the tri.d of Judg-e Prescott, from Messrs. Tq uon, $St.EY, and HaSTI'NS were
the expensess incurred, was referred to the appointed to report on the expediency of
next sessiion-f e Sth P s of Harch repealing the law for abolishing the office of
Idetitfainsofthle South Parish of Harvtcb, Quarter-Master-General, &c. [This Commit-
and of Samuel Fowler-were committed tee, on iofthe Chairman, -was subsequent-
tee, epc t.otion of the Ctiran, -t s etdYogntetuent-
Te petitions of- Asa Yong anid others ;ly aicharfged from anyfurtther consideration
Zephaniah Fbes, and others and the pro- of the ject]
pnietors of the Union Locks anI Canals, were Resolves passed, to allow the Messenger a
refelrrcd to the winter session. Adjourned. sum of money to purchase fuel, &c. ;-To
FRIDAY, J'st 15. The report of the joint compensate Ward Locke, Assistant Messen-
FRIDAY, Jr .ger of the Council ;-O'n the petition of the
committee to examine into the doings of the Sot th Parish in larwich ;i-To direct the
M-lanagers of the Plymnouth Beach Lottery, Adjutant-General to dispose of the books en-
having reported, the Senate ordered, that the titled, "The E CeMets of War" in his office,
report be referred to the next session, and be and pay the amount nto the Treasury.
printed for the use of the members of the A pill respecting the Norfolk Probate
Legislature. Courts ; and a resolve authorizing the Adju-
The bills to incorporate the Globe Insu- tant-General to purchase 1500 copies of the
rancee Co.; the Boston and Salem do. ; the U. States system of Discipline, for the use of
Commercial do. in Boston ; and the Mer- the militia, were refrretd to the next scs-
chants do. in Salem, were referred to the sion
next session ;-also, the bill to inc,, porate Tlhc Committee on the subject of the law
the Trustees of the Baptist Education Fund. to relive towns from the expenses ufsup-
The Hon. Mr. VAiturr, of the Committee porting persons imp isoned for debt, were
c-f Conference, on the part of the Senate, discharged fromnfitither consideration of tlhe
inade a report, which was accepted. [(fSee subject.
proceedingsof the House.] sJoseph Crawford had leave to withdraw
iThe Pay Roll ofthe Senate was ordered to petition. Adjournedto 3 o'clock afternoon.'
be made up, including- Sunday. i ,
The Senate non.concurred the vote of the AFTERNOON.
House for reducing the estimate of Polls in 1Mr Ritcans.ino, of Attleboro' .was ap-
the new valuation from two mills to one mill pointed cun the committee of Valuation in
andI an half, the 1000 dollars. the room ofMr. KNOWLES of Easthaim.
Several bills passed matured stages, which A resolve passed both Houses authorizing
are noticed in the proceedings of.lthe House. the Treasurer to receive the interest of the
An order of notice passed on the pet. of 3 and 6 per cent. stock, which has been sold
Nichlolas Fairchild. by order of the Legislature.
Recess.-Thle Hon. Messrs. RANTOnyr. and Reports ont the puttitions of John Breed,
RUeGoGLS, Messrs. LA.wiiircE of G. TUTTS, of and Samuel Fowler, were referred to tine
I and AN TIIONT, of D. were appointed to next session.
report to what time it may be necessary to The following bills passed to be enacted.-
request the Governor to prorogue the Legis-. The Lynn Board of Healthl act :-Act to em-
l1ture. power the Proprietors qiFlint's Mills on Ips-
Hon. Messrs MOFFIT and K.Sox had: leave wich river, to alter a fish way :-Partially to
ofabsence, suspend the operation of the act to secure
idjrourned to 8 o'clock to-mo'rrow morning. the town of Boston from damage by fire :-
To regulate the building of houses of wood,
S- in. Roston :-T.o relieve towns from exsen-
House ofJ Representatives. ses of persons imprisoned fur debt :-Anl act
THausnAr, JUNE 14. Mr. JAnvs, of Pitts- in addition to the act to establishla Court of
field, moved for a reconsideration of the Common Pleas for the Commonwealth :-To
vote of yesterday by which thie JJjoif.r-ot .. ai- f-s.

Relief of Poor Prisoneis committed for debt
-when, after a short, discussion, the ques-
tion was taken, and the motion negative.
Insurance Ofices Tax. The bills from the
Senate for the incorporation of five new In-
surance Companies in this town and Salem,
being'in the third readitig',
Mr. ALLEN, of. Pittsfield, moved to add a
new section to them, requiring the payment
of a tax ofa half per cent. semi-annually on
the amount of the Capital Stock. This mo-
tion was advocated by the mover, Messrs.
Janvis, of Pittsfield, PERny, of Rehoboth,
LAwVRECE,of Groton, and TFT, ofUxbridge ;
and opposed, by Messrs. SPeAcBE, ofDuxbu-
ry, BicOOKS, LYMAN and OLIVER, of Boston,
SILSBES, of Salem, and LELAr.AD of Roxburv:
when the question was decided as follows :-
.For the tax - 103
Against it - 47
So the amendment was adopted, and the
additional section added to the several bills.
The bills then passed to be engrossed.
Mr. LEMAN, of Boston, from the committee
to whom was committed the duty of consid-
eritg what measures are necessary for regu-
lating the introduction of free Blacks into the
Comninnwealth, made a report containing a
statement of facts, and Messrs. LY.tAN, Binse-
MAN, and CHANDLEY, were appointed a com-
minittee, with instructions to report a bill at
the next session.
fWooden Bild"ngs -A bill to modify the
law restricting the erection of Wood Build-
ing's in Boston, was read a third time, and
passed to be engrossed. [By this bill permits.
siun is given for the erection of buildings of
'wood ten feet in height, and the roofs to be built
-with a pitch of one third, provided the whole
height do not exceed sixteen feet.]
A bill to suspend the law for the protection
of Boston from fire, so far as. to permit the
erection of wooden buildings for manufactur-
ing and other purposes, for five years, with
restrictions and limitations, also passed to be
The committee on the Pay Roll was di-
rected to make up the same including Sun-
Thr bill for regulating' Elections, was re-
ferred to the next session, andl committed to
Messrs. SePAAUE, of S. Wr.mt.IMs, of B. TAFT,
of U MaiSTO-ro, of B. and SIBLE., of S. to re-
port amendments of it:
SMr. Tunon, of Boston, from a committee on
the subject, reported a bill providing that
women shall be privileged from arrest and
imprisonment for debts contracted after the
passing of tAhe law After a short, but ani-
mated dr-bate, the bill was referred to the
winter session.
The fllwoning eleven bills passed both lHouses
to be en' cted.-To prevent the destruction of
fish in Framingham :-Providit gfor the sup-
port of state Paupers-[By this act the allow-
ance to tjcvons for the support of State Paupers
is rehiuced to 90 cents per week] :-To incorp.
the Boston Fuel Savings Instituion :-To es-
tablish the town of North-Bridgwater:-To
authorize the Trustees of Eliot School to sell
certain lands:--To incorp. the Boston Steam
Boat Company :-To authorize the Judge of
Probate of Middlesex to hold a special Court:
-To change the names of the personstlhere-
in named, and for other purposes:-To in-
corp. the Society for employing the female
poor :-To provide for the discharge of offi-
cers in thle militia :-To prevefit the desti-uc-
tion of tir is on Salt Marshes at particular
ti,'es of thie vear.
A r-eslve passed both branches on the pe-
tit' n of the New-En.iland Bank.
The Roll of the Committee on Accounts

-BeveM -AIn act in addition to the act ;n-
sorporating the Proprietors of the South
Meeting in Danvers.
Adjourned to 8 o'clock to-morrow morning'.



AN ACT to alter the time for holding
the Court of Sessions in the County
of Franklin.
BE it enacted by the
& Se nate and House rf Re-
1" presantatives, in General
S "- Court assembled, and by
S~' the authority of the same,
SI'That from and after the
\-. / passing of this act, the
S term of the Court of Ses-
". sons, now by law esta-
S blished, to be holden at
at Greenfield, within anC
for said county of Franklin, on the first Tues-
day of September, shall he holden on the se-
c iond Tuesday of September, annually ; any'
law to the contrary notwitfhstandinfg.
Approved by the Governor, June 11, 1821.

PaINCE, jun. a passenger from Manillta, in
the United States frigate Congress, '-ecent-
ly arrived at Norfolk, has published a highly
interesting statement of the massacre of the
9th and 10th October last, it Manilla. The
accotrnt does not vaiy, except in being more
particular, from that which we copied a few.
days ago from a.New-York newspaper, in the
shape of a letter from Lt. Allen, of the Con-
gress. The statement of Mr. Prince, how-
ever, unravels one mystery in regard to that
letter. It'was he, and notMr. Allen, who was
at Manilla, and narrowly escaped the masss-
cre. The mistake arose from Mr. Allen's
having enclosed a statement, written by Mr.
Prince, in the first person, to a friend in the
State of. New-York, who supposed llr. Al-
len to be the writer of the statement, and
therefore to speak of himself-and the state-
crent of Mr. Prince w is published aS an
"Extract of a letter from Lt. Allen." &c.-
The letter of Mr. Prince, now published, is
so lively a picture of that scene of horror,
and affords so wholesome a lesson to imbecile
Governors, that %e propose shortly to pitb-
lish it, although we have already published
one account from the same hand.-.A'T. lu:el.

The Grand Cara.-The progress made in-
this stupendous undertaking, surprises and
astonishes its advocates and friends-ere-
mies it has none--It advances with giant
strides towards thle Hudson, and to unite its
writers with those of Chiamplain-Already it
approaches the city of Schenectady-and the
excavations are now carrying on within five
miles of that city, and progressing forward.
A few weeks, and thle citizens of Albany will
witness this work commencing and progress-
ing in their own neighborhood, probably
within the limits of the city.-Albany Gc.z.

We are happy to learn that the child which
was accidently wounded on board slip O'Cain
was not so injured as to cause its immediate
death..as reported, but is still alive ; alnd, 1-
thoug-ih dangernflsly ill, hopes are entertahied
of its recovery.-Pi lodium.

After a short and busy session the Legis-
lalure will Lave a recess this day ; and will
probably be adjourned by His Excellency the
Governor to some time itc January next.
PZaLBIM WV WAIiREr, Esq. of Plymouth,
is chosen Clerk of the Committee on Valua-
tio n.

Carping.-The last VNational Eis says,
"It will te observed that the Legislature
have appointed a large committee to take
time subject of the Senate into consideration.
It is well known that we have only thirty-one
Senators while tthe Constituition says we shall
have .forty. All we shall say at present on
the subject is, that the Senatorial branch of
our government is not now composed of the
requisite number, and that all laws made
,I while this chasm e:;ists, are, in our opinion,
unconstitutional." (C7Tlis writer remnsmbe,'s
to forget that the same Constitution which he
quotes, provides, that sixteen Senators shall
be a quorum to do business ;"-that the acts of
such a quorum are constitutional;-that .las-
sachuseits Proper has now as many Senators,
as sihe has had for twenty years, and that the
distribution ofthnem is nearly the same. Tile
Coinstitution does nont say, we shall have forty
Senators," but fbrtlvCounsellors and Sena-
tors ;"-the original intention of the framers
of the Constitutiot) being, that of the forty,
persons chosen, 31 (as at present) should
form tlhe Senate, and the other nine be Coun.
Prep.trations have been made and are
making in numerous towns and cities for the
splendid celebration of the ap proaching An-
niversary of American Independence. We
see that arrangements have becn published
for celebrations iin Southbridhi-'e .inrd Wnre.'?-
ter, in Worcester county. Pi r. r ii i lTT.irE '.f.
is appointed to' deliver an :- ,itt. ,, it l'. o .
idence--CiAtdLErs G. LourN..-, fEq. ,id Col.
Gnmtit FAIRBANtts, in this tawn.

tuRtNEi PHIL.LIPS, Esq. is re-elected Town
Treasure r,ai'lVs WILLIAM lMAcKi7, Esq. chosen
County Treasurer. The former.with a salary
of S2500, and the latter of S1500 per annum. "

We observe with pleasure that many of the
ablest atd mpst experienced Statesmr'n of
New-York, are in nomination for seats in t~!e
Convention which is shortly to assemble for_
the revision of her Consttitution.

From St. Mar't'r May 26, 1821.
The United States' troops arrived at A-
melia Island on the 14th ult. in the expecta-.
tion of immediately proceeding to St. Ain-
gucstine, but it was there ascertained that the
Governor of Florida, not having had any in-
struction from the Governor Generalat Cubta,
could not deliver up the country. This de-
lay, independent of all other considerations
'and consequences, will be attended with
nmtch expense to the United Stales.
"Col. loTrrT.t.n, the Adjutanct General of
the Soulthc:n Division had been ordered to
St. Augustine to make the necessary inqui-
ries fromrn the Sponish Government. He left
-St. MfIary's 24th May. The troops are all in
good health, and will remain at St. Mary's
until the Spanish Authorities shall agree to
deliver up possession."

European papers one day latest bave-been
received since outr last. They do nt tfurnish
any thing of much interest. The Arbiters of,
national events in Europe are to convene the
present summer at Vienna ; and on theairjfa

"aniWsiiSxtie tTiorni tranquil
state ofthe world be continued.
Accounts from Spain say that the pros-
pect of the acknowledgment ofthe Indepen-
dence of Spanish America increased daily.

Public Improvezents. Amidst the nume.
ous cries of distress which are continually
uttered in England, there does not appear to
be the least check upon public improve-
ments. In one of the latest papers we find
a vote passed the British Commons for an
advance of 177,0CO dollars, for the purpose
ol' building a bridge over the river Con-way,
to facilitate the intercourse with Ireland ; to
be repaid out of tlihe tolls, and an additional
postage of letters passing the bridge.

Rotten Rorotghs. On this fruitful theme
of English declamation, wve find the following
remark of a British Peer, in a late debate on
a bill for disfranchising the borough of Gram-
pound, for corrupt practices.-" Lord Asu-
Bivaror said, When their Lordships recol-
lected, that PrTT and Fox represented rotten
boroughs, lihe trusted the House would patse
before they adopted any measures tending to
destroy that species of representation which
had introducedto public life those and other
great men. If, he added, Grampou tdwere
novw disfranchised, a dangerous and perni-
clouts precetlent would be established for the
disfranchisement of other boroughs. The
present were revolutionary times, and Ihe
hoped the warning-of the French Revolu-
tion, would.not prove to have been thrown
away." --
The Bank of England loans money to the
British Government at 3 per cent. per an-
num. --
On the authority of a Provindial Journal,
entitled Ruche tl'-Aquitaine, the' Quotidienne
gives the following account of the mischan-
ces which have befallen this Carbonarian
champion :-
"A Genoese vessel, from the coast of Bar-
bary, has recently put into Colioure roads,
the Captain of which states, that the felucca,
which had on board the chieftains of the van-
quisheid Carborari, has unfortunately been
captured qffl Malta, by the Al--erine squad-
ron, and carried into Algiers. Not consider-
ing that this vessel bore WIrt.uLtA I'l': anDC
his millions, these piratical adventurers de-
clared it a good prize. The Hero of Caserta
protested against the theft of what lie called
his property. Conducted into the presence
of the Bey, lie haughtily reprochled the
mighty Mu isselman for his anti-liberal conducl,
and pleaded the treaty which exists be-
twe-n the Regency of Algiers and the King-
dom of Naples. lie was answered that every
thing would be restored to him, both moiine
and freedom, if he should be successful in
proving that the sequins found on board,
were, in fact, his property-and that he and
his associates were, as they asserted faithful
subjects of the King of the two Sicilies "-
London ptper.

We learn that his Excellency the Com-
mander in Chief, las accepted the resigna-
tion of Col. CLARtK of tbe 3d Reg.. 1st Brig.
and 1st Division. Col. C. has done duty in
the militia 53 years, and has held a commis-
sion, 40 years, having been regularly promot-
ed from an Ensign to the command of the
regiment. At the age of 72 years the Colo-
nel is as mucn attached to the militia ias ever,
and one of the principal motives of his re-
signing is, that he may give room for the
promotion of others, that they may thus re.

Ce'ie the only reward, of their erios in
subordinate stations
The resignation of this venera officer
shews the regularity and stability oour mi-
litic system ; and though we think that no
officer should be discharged from advanced
rank, without rendering the public some
service, under his last commission, in con.
sideration of the honor and distinction con-
ferned upon lhim by it; yet, we cannot but
justly appreciate the Colonel's motive for re-
signing, as we have often observed, when of-
ficersin the higher grades hold on too long,
it damps the ardor ot tie aspiring,and checks
the laudable ambition of those in inferior
stations, who otherwise would endeavor to
qualify themselves for 'the distinguis!edl
places, which, under such circumstances
they can see no hope of obtaining.

At the Annual Meeting of the Massachu-
setts Sociely for Promoting Agriculture, the
following Gentlemen were chosen Officers
for the ensuingyear:-
Annaox DEXrrTE, M. D). President.
S AVUE: W. Pconlitoy, Esq. 'st Vire Pres't.
THOMt3AS L. WINTHIItOP, Esq. 2dF Vice Jl"res't.
JoHo PutcNe, Esq. Treasurer.
Jotin I.OW'LL, Esq. Corresp>onding Sec'ry.
RICHIIAis SULLIVAN, Esq. Recording Sec'ry.
BE,,TJArtI-N GtRttI, Esq. 1ls't. iRec'g. Sec'ry.
Truotees.-SAN,'EL G. PjiMKIls, Esq. PHT:at
C. BnooKs, Fsq. GCOI;ttot PAnSONs, Elsq Jo-
siau QoNcs'c Esq. Jonx WELL.ES, Esq. and
E. H. DrEtBir, Esq.

Tlie Rev. Bishop CuIvt.'-us, of this town,
preached at St Patrick's Church, in Wash-
ington, on Satusday last. A correspondent
says, whenever this excellent Divine, aud
worthy man, sojourns, he is accompanied by
the respect and esteem of all whd know or
The corner-stone cfthe Mechanics' School,
and Apprentices' Library, in New-York, was
laid with due ceremony on Wednesday last.
The procession was long-, and the spectacle
interesting -- .--
A very haldsonme Siltnop, weighing about 7
lioun;ls. t as exlibiteid yesterday at AMr. Keturick's
sttll, No, 9, Fi'h market, nas curiosity, buaving
ucee i cutght tIhm ay ibtfle ic Preysrovinecow u I.thrlor,
it a nenet et for nmackerel. No fish of this species
has ever before been known to visit intively salt
water harbors.
IBoston harbor is now full l'-f Mackereil-Oine
person yesterday mornin.ig tonk nearly one hundred
tfroiin a whlarlf t the t] orth til.rtof' the Iown. Thev
are in great plenty as h .gl. -i, I l.I ... i -
They are in pursuittol'vast-. .... -- .I "- 1, i
also abountJ in the harborn *1In .ote bewceetn the
.Belisle eaiung, ad"! the Commti smcelt.

Theatrical Patronage. O,1 Monday night
last Mr. BAnxuEs,-of the New-York theatre,
had a benefit rising. S1200.--Te personated
the crooked back Tyrant," and is said to
have hit off the characteristics and peculiari.-
ties ofa well-known fugitive perfurmuer, with
the most titilating effect:

To CORitIxSPONDNTS. We gratefully ac-
knowledge the recent receipt ofseveral com-

Int this tow, in y the ev. Dr. BaldwintMr, i orge1 W.
Nauce to Miss ItRuoy Donn-Mr. John Traisk jun. to Miss
Sarah Cartret.
On -'in,.. .., 1..,. .'.be le R v. Dr. Baldwin, Mr.
W illi,-,, ci., --- ltrall M nirib.
In Saler. .Mr. Wiliam Hanimmond, of Marblehead, to
Miss Ihanatuih Adams Britton.
In Nsnti cket,'6th inst.in the North Friends* meeting.'
house. Mr. Milton Earl, to Miss Sarah Husiey, daughter of
Mr. Tristram Hussey.
At Ntantutket, 7th inst. Mr. Andrew F. Swain .to Miss
Anna atenard.
" In Bucksport, Me. Samuel Little, Esq. to Miss Eliza G -
Stone, formerly of Billerica.
Irlsndwardsville, Illinois. H-on. Daniel P. Cooke, Repre-
sesfinavo tn Congress from that State. to'Mis .tultia Edwards.
In Iidi: *, 3d iilt. Jolhn H. Farnham, Esq. of Jeffirson.
cihlle, fbrnt-i-ly of Boston, to Miss Evelyn M. Leonard. also
1flot New Entgland.
s s'

sutreth. HItyd l'arek, to Bliss Maty B. Cuctenden.
... DIED,
I-thiitown on Tuesday, Miss Harriet Mtnroe, aged 1,
.daughter of Mr. David M.
On" rhirsidhay morning, Charles W. son of Mr. Henry B.
Curlis, agMod2 years.
At'Rainsford's Island, Boston harbor, lolh inst. Capt.
Levi Siap],s, of "i ospcet- master orsch. Freedom,ad a oed
In Bridgewater, itrs. Polly Alden, wife of Solomon Al-
den, Esq.
In Necburyport, fMrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Ehenezer
Stickney, aIed 56.
In Barns'albe, on the 7th inst. Mrs. Mary S. nged 32. wife
CaptZenas D. Basset.
SIn Westbrook, Capt. Silas Hamilton, aIge 47.
Kill-td. by lightnigic, in Berlin, Con. Ihe 31st ult. Miss
Mary Hooker. aged 28. One oilier female ws struck in
the same house and taken up for dead, hbut has sincepartially
In N 'w-York, (drowned front on board brig Ann) Tirr.
Join Elrid-ice, seamTan, of Boston.
In Darien, Ge. Gen. Francis Hopkins, aged 49.
At St. Georges. Demarai, Feb. last, Sheldon AV. Can-i
de Esnq. oi Ha irtford. C,'. .. ... .,it '- .l 1.
In Uppier Canad, .1-., .. P-. -t. L it..,no '. Hc.was
born in Salem in this State.
T,. 7-t P.-r .. .. .R.. i.. his Exeleneiy Georgee Tate,
n.. -. i l .. ..'i Idmiral of the Russian'Navy.
tic thn Pauile Oiean, Jan. 22d, very suddleily, Capt.
Jelidiah lFizeh,of the ship Reaper,of Nantucket.

At a meeting of the Bar of the county of
Middlesex, at Concord, Ju-ne term, 1821-
Voted, That the members of this bar deep-
ly lament the death of the Hon. T tIMOTHT
BiEo.oxv, for a long time a distinguished
member thereof; and as a testimony of their
grief fir this even(, they will wear a token of
mourning, for the space of thirty days.
N. BROOKS, Secretary.


iPOR'/' 0-1" oB0ST7'O./V-1S21.
IV, DNESDY-r, June 13. Arr. saht. Hope r Phobue,
Case. tlizaheth City ; Liberty, Snow. Frtderivrkslurt ;
Roebuck, Easport ; Adeline. Ellis. Trinidad. 33, via
Falmonth ; Recover, DeerinEg, St. Johns and Eastport;
%loops Tl'womas EEiza, Krognin. ansiporrt ; Amaizon,
Nickerson. N. York ; Belle Hubbell. BScidgepirt ; Wind.
ialm. Wood, N. London ; H-ercuiles, Parker. Hartford.
SAt Quat ianiile,brieP Palafox. Fitts, of Bati,19 days from
Cleai-ed--Ship Herald, Barker. PBtavia ; rig Eliza, Ber-
ry. Lisbon and a market; sells. Governor Brooks, Sin'v,
Madeira andi a market; Five Brothers. Andrews, t nati;
woolwie?, 'l'rottdo.; Sally Orentt, Castine; Mida s,Cross,
Richmond ; Geneva,.IJohnson, Hartford.
THU'RSDA:r June 15--Arrri-ed, hi'uss Swifiture .M'.To,
Bremien ; tvja quar.) brig Coeor-ce, 'larusvick, Hsavina. 25 ;
sUis. Comet. Th"ccter, Cadi' ; Maine, Emery,otf Saco, front
'NewPrn; Volant, Colhv, Eastport,.6 ; Strong, Portsmouth;
I...' 1 Jitlis, (lt.F.)18; M aint, Ellis,East-
.. ,' F.I. I .. I W weeks. Be]thst Bee, Canstinic- ; Itaitn-
lir, Prtsinonti ; sToops Packet, Ktvnnebinkc ; G. Packft
and SwallowS Gi, easier ; HawtN, Strbueck, Nantucket;
Jones 55nIv, and America, Portland.
At qiuar. brigs Betsev, EIl.s, of Belfas't, Havana, 106;
Fawn, Abboit, do. 20, fer Cronstadt, capt. sick; Somers,
Snild, S'. Dominigo.
Cleared-t-Ship Freein, Ekitrom. Gnttenlbuv l ; brics Har-
riot Smiiti, Nohl'.iro'o; oward,.Tusephi Perkinc, Gibiraltar
and a market; snhs. Dollar. Gorlsm. Matyo,i dodo. ; Stran-
get, N--em1i, 'Qutihl ; Balldua, Keunclink ; SiioopUs Ra-
pidl, heers, 'N. York ; Menitor, Hallowell; Delia, Bath ;
Caroline, Portlnlid.
FRIVlAY, Jre 15.--Arrived brig Camel, Up-
ln, 5ii li 'roinn iremen. Spoke vysterdayhCape
'i ble N l' H. 35 leagues sehl. lydia, from Plym-
outi lfotr Librirlor.
JAsi r. slhs. Union, Micltire. cf Wa dobsro',
St. ,larvs ; liatitch, JTones, of Porticndi, East.
port, 8 cd vs ; Adia.ms, Emery, of Thoimastown,
SEastport, 1-.
..?iL. ;r. sloop Packet, Walker, Kennchunk.
Al.o arr. brig Franklin, from Bath.
Came up f-iorr Quarantine brig George, Mar-
wick, fronrm Havana.
Ujlear--Brgi-s Penelope, Bowman, St. .nlin,
N. t. hIvy G. L. Dlblois k Co.; i)Danube, Wiis-
low, Calcutta by J. 1Blake ; ses. Adams, Foster,
Trinidadi, by .j Hallister ; George Henry, lodg-
es, I altioiOre; sloops lsctus, I'ope, i lymouth ;
William, Bowditch Salem.

Imported sih.ce the 9ih inst.-3,595 bhlls. Flour
3G5 ibutilsa Corn--31t00 do. Ry-e-i 25l hhds.,
48-2 bbls., 544 bxes, andl 14 cases Su.gar--2 hil.ds.,
S9'i l;'gs. 6 (:ask., '2 liierus, aeId '27 WiIs. C(off'-e-
10}3 lihdhs., 75 litrets, nd 53 S hls. Molasses -493 -
tpurcl-eons and 7 hhitha. Rum-S-6800 (Cig'1rs-129
casks sptri ; :iS2 cnskas and i 4.1 bbls. w ihale ; anld 3
bids, li u.dnsii Oil-G0t0J prieilt heial oSkhins-103,2

pg Px I k--:3 It *
.A i g-830 pigs cail-366 5 Dol s-5 kegs
gunpbobie l46-* kegs n d C hallf ke.s TobaI c o-
5i bbils T"r-nlOt lco. Tlcrp!tlii'i--ii 2t bales
Cotton-and cons iderable quanlities of numerous
other artilels.
Ship fcle Savage, Russel, of this port. which sailed frcm
Savannall st inst fr" Gi'if -rhck. Ws lthrown on hbt bea-tn
ends in a li,-vy gdle on the 3i1. i tlice gu1n' iot. 31, Ion. 70.
She righted again ilu had si-cung aleak whcih coi..pe'ted
her to make the first port. Shear. at Chia.etoo the 7lh.
lip IItys Cfin, within 11500 hhls. ol t Aand Elgle. Cof-
fill with 2COo blis. from the Pascific Ocentl, arrilved at
Noniucket oin Mo.nday andTuiesdily lait.-A ient'eiant
trlom Nanitlcket states, stat the ship Fester, of that place,
% h.'.if i., t.acifie Ocean, was trutk IlI tilhe hnoin
! 5 -' I,.' ',' the horn uf which pvrifornted throllpih
th>e copli'er, i altk, a timber and tile ceiling dinoginilly,.
which caused her to lealk considerable. On removingtlhe
casks. iSt. in tihe h id., to asscertin ith- ean-e tor Tle leiak,
tihe ill ii Wats dascovered-it Ni n isawed vff, andt lias hen
brought houin ii thile Egle, a a curioiliy. The ie't-er
en5wred the ship through) h tic iornn .n, tlhe rate of 1500
stirokess an hour, and oct its heing plugged up tlie leak
Buig Tom Ianzard, Pciree, of New-York, from Bristol,
E:g. for Newport, R. I. spiung nlglcik t0oti lit. in lat. 43,
-,:. ir -.. i7. .i i 'Clock, MA. and f touioder-cd t three o'clock
. .... i i- c-w and ielsennewers (17 person) uifter
lavine bIxenthreeay t .he hig'is orti, were picked tup
by Caipt. Elins, 1tof Ie sh' p Lntiy, .from Nctw-O-einc for
l.iverpolI, wio o thie allowing dyti spoke ship Ulepeater.
"soung, a5.at Bliti more, who tucc i Cpt. Pil ire llan four iof
ilce erew. Mri-. Thomas Read, his wife and 3 chliltreq were
of tile passengers.
The first mate Mr. Chlas andi two seamen Ncholson,
and K. LarqEiene, thie only survivors of the crew oft another
of the Essex's htats crew hove a, rived cit Nantukelet in ship
Eagtle from Valparaiso. Charles Ramsdell, the lad has also
ar. at Nantuckt. Capt. oilnird,was ilettat Valpariiiso tii-
wLl. The other boat hnas not been hca-rd of.
BAir Leo. Stone, for this port, was at Bristo!, latter end
of A;. loaiding.
At firemen. April 29, brigs Sally Ann. Boit, of this port
for I'lclccdeiphi 10 or 12.
Sch. Success, fi Saleni, awnsatGonlivcs, about Mar 27.--
Seli. BtIsey, fir Puortlaind, sailed sia'ae itday.
At New Dieppe, April o20 Cumberland, of this port, dit-
char'einig ; r-tuns. Portsmouth.do..
Tie Cynthica of Salemn, was the only Am. vessel at Cayen-
ne, May 20.
At Havaina, May 2, Fair Trailer, for thibs port,6 ; Ex-
pri-inient, "\ 'wa:l-r. Coenliagen, 3 ; Frn'i, 1. Is.and, A4 ;
Spart i, Clairk, and Rapid, Lincoln, discharging ; Cor-
delia, Totman, do.; "Wnt. Norris, uncer.; Bruts, Phit-
lips, Cowec, 3; Aureia, V,-ryc-cl. 2' Fr2nccs, Fosier,
Botterdam, 8; Riomp, Crosbvhofthis port, fobr P ovideice,
15; Antelrpe, Pottelr, fbr do. re;dy ; Atlas, Walker, Keni-
iielllik, do.; iig e Pacific,"Robb Iis, tad HMild, l -Pr 'e,
froim Portlaind, juit ic.; Stic ggle, Fos Poir;smoult, do.
Sivied, 2d, brig Pcet,t, C:inpbell, of Newburypo.t, fore
Gibrfliar; sch. Fair Lady, Corey, Rotlerdam. 23d,sipi
Snsqutchincna!c, Cronstadt..
At Maroun hai, 30 days since, Emigrant, for Para, same
day ; Dolphin.
At Tricdtd. Mav 12, Galoaxy Kempton, Boston, 6; Han-
nab, Adamiiits, asidl tary, Mtuxfird. do. disc,; Alonzo, ;lis-
ton, do. tdo. and bouid to N. York ; Kellhy, Bristol,
R. I.dis. ; Joln Snlitli. do. 15.
At St. C'roix 30th ut. brig -, Whitmore, of Bath. loid-
ing fir Boston; sell. Mary-&-N..ncy, Theobold, for Boston
6 dlays. .
At M:.talzas 29th tlt. briti Onilo., Snow, for BoIton 10
days ; Washinglon, Snow, do. do.; Leo, Green, do. 3 days;
Traveller, Gardner, do. 6 days.
At Awx sayles 30hi tilt. seh. Sea Se pent, Gray, for Bos-
townext dav. -
cOn thp coast of Peru, Jan. 6, Wm, Sc Elizi. Paddock,
with 60 bills; Sophia, Ctcheart, too100; Carline Ann,
Coffin, 500- Fe. 10, 'Vm. Rotch, Ttbe. s950--''Tv -'.
Trident, Coffin.nrne-o27h, Mere tor, swift, ..-
poraiso, Marh 19, Irns, Hathaway, 17'1 ; Itoreozo, Ctoffin,
isone-Jan. 18, lot. 5,S. Persia, Cross, 500, all of New Bed-
At St. Thomas 29th tlt. b-i t.;. ..-..t.. r Pos.
ton ; hark M C,. 1 -. ,, .. ., .- se .
ecli-ner,t r o .tfFi.i. i. .. -I N Orleans, via '. BMttas,
disc. --
June 6, hit. 38, 45lon.'70, sloop John lronIs prince, 6
days from Portland for AltxIndria-"saienc day. sch. Alex.
andeir. Curtis. 15 days ftion PoIrtland for Ge.-rgeowwiic.
Jun., 3.1tt. 38,40, ioni. 6, brig Ferox, 4 days from Ken-
nebinnl. for Port au Prine-,.
Mlay 26, lar. 42. 30, oil. 40. seh. Selions & Jane, of Dnx-
butr. 60 daiys fro-i c'ssicn ice rntVstni.
Jine 2lat. 42.1, lun. 4901. brig Industry, 10 from N. Bed-
June S. 1t. 42. hion. 0, scll. Waohiclgtoc, Ellis, 80 from
Palermno fiw Hortoin
Junte 0, oa B,'own's Bank, fishing-seh. Trenton, of Barns-
uinic3. going orver Oerniciek b:ar, ichl. Nancy, Nealt.14
days f'c 1shlc iorit.
June nit. 36, hons. 72. b.it "lV.. i. i- f Warren. (Me.) 7
days from *- ..- lilr S t. 1 ".* -
May N28&, .. B-ink,brig Adams, Adains, of thib
pol t 8i;, d 4frolm N. Orlieians.
On Brown's IBank, ice. Freedom, of Harwich.e.
Jnne 9, offi C;.pe Henlopen, Enterprize, brig of war,
bounds to -'. t .: CiL-y.
J.nnet. .i. At, i.... 79, brig Aristides, Couthouy,of this
po'-t. 14 dvys from N. Orlean,.
May i4,ilt. 241, Ion. 65 sell. Joseph, Field, 18 days from
Salem lor Port till Prince.
JitneiS, Ist. 26, 13, Ion. 78, 5s, seh. Charles D iver, from
X. Orleans fo,- Ma-tmiqcpe.
M-y 31, lat. 33, Ion. 72. brig Adriana, 15 clays from New

-- June 15, 1821.
U1. S. Per Cents...lCi tk i2 Masi. 5 Per Cents............02
' 7. ..1........... too Ii ANT s, K.
S 3 tdo...........- 74 a 15 Massnehtcetts.-...................l-
Detrr d'..- ..103a 104 Ur.ton........................1.. ...-t0
Dft'%onLondon 30......0 a ad I oston............824o t or 75
Do. do. B0......- 9 Stte ....................63 .:- roe 6O
Missisiil|i Stack.....98 a s Vtw Englnh.d 112g.
SpnivltDollirs........la i. Man.nnd Mee.....s.5 foir 0
Dollblooins....................... 15 7S Scfchllt 110
U. b. Miink Notes.. -8 1 tdio. United States..............11 a t
0j'Cotretedlby WIIT.IAM COCHRAN Stocrk and E.
change Broker, No. 70 Yate-street.

Knights Templars-Jttention.
r ]t Ir istialltationofthe Officers ofthe Boston En-
Senanipmen ot ft Knights Tlemplars,'and di Ap-
perdant Orders, will take place on MONDAY, the
18th currant, at 7 o'clock, P. M. at Masonu's-Hall.
The Officers andti Members, and all Knights in tos-it
and vicinity, will take notice and giventheir punctu-t-
al a tiendince accordingly.
BN order of ,1. E G. Commander.
June li .3OHN J. LOItIN(, Sec'y, p. t.
SHa(ndel and Haydn Society.
N N ad journed nteting (f tlhe above Soneety
i viii 'bie eldlI T'O-i'MO116 OWV EVENING, at
half past 7 o'clock. JOS. LEWIS Sec'y.
Juie 16

Copartnership Formed.
T H subscribers ,aA etfrmeld a connexion in
.1itness under liefinrm ofVALENTIN Ii &
\M IIEEL ,it anid have taken Store Ni. 26-4, Pearl-
street, AeTV--York, where they offer then services
as Commnnissio .mi chants.
Referencc-l'essrs. Biab t e Valentine, Roston.
Mr,.' C ,,eh.a eb/,'ewtcs, an
Messrs. lBcnjamin h Il DerIi c Co. Framinighaui.
N. B. Pmiculilar iatc;;dlim paid to the sale of
Straw, u.t1 Dlm(iMLFS'l'), 9Q0o)DS. June 16
Sugatas, Flour. .Mackerel, c-c.
-t .AltB. 7, Parkomant's Ilui/dinfgs,
16 luhds. prime Porto Rico Sugar,
20 boxes do. brown Hayana do.
100 bills. toward St. Flour,
70 do. No. 3, Mackrerl,
80 kegs T'olacco,
Rtni, him'aiinCy, (,Gin, eC. together with ,llc a -
ral acsurtnient "W. I Goods.
6'lli-1O00 boxes prime lb'ow:m Soap, sniiable
for shipi|.g, will be sold low fIr cash or aipptoved'
Credit, to close a co.ctern. 2a'w-4w "Junie 16

Kentucky and Virginia Tobacco and
._ b .. 21, C.'/.JVTAVL-Hl'VH.JF, "
AViE for sale, landing trons brig George,
. 50 lihits. otrg leaf prime Kentucky Tebacco.
Landing fiomn sit. Constitution, ,
429 tbbl. superfine :nd fine Richmnond Flour.
...1IV STORE..)
'14 hlds. Kentucky Tlfiacco,
II du. lames Ri-er ido. June 16

G) 7 IlHIHDS. and 45 tierees Moulasses now
ai I dint from brig C. --. l f.T Havana ;
for as- e y THO. & EDW'lI. ltI LiL.,38 In-
di-sbirect. June 16

Sj'AVt', t received, bv the Canton fron, Liverpool,
Sapackage of'SILK HOSIERY and GLOVES,
o0 stlierionr quality, consisting or'
:Lidies, ricli emicroidered white and black Silk.
Do. plain ( do. do. drab and slate colors do.
Do. black nnd white knolted or rib'd do.
Mens'very hlievy plain black and white Silk do.
Do. 0otsizit black audl white do.
Do. biaek and white Silk half .do. rib'd and plain,
Do eolored;v'hile and i,la;ck spun Silk halfdo.-
Mens' and women' -.;,e ana heavy black and
wI it S;lk Gloves; .spun do.
Tlv have also for sale, at liholesale and retail.
a very extensive assortment of Cotton andl Worsted
Ho i _- ...... .. .. .-- J.Ju e-46

Providence for CaIcutta, 11 d'Y's out.
Ma 25, lt 34, 112, lo. 5 9. 5.0, brig Fox, Foster, 10 days CAlJV5TOV SILK'S.
froinmGloucester, bound to Suniuaim. 1 CASES black fringed 4-4 Handkerchiefas
'In tat. 10, Ion. 48, seh.Laura,l15days from New-Bedford, J do. mixed Camblets, "
onta wlaling voyage-all well. 4 tin b 1 nc i nc i 4 d bo C pe,
Jute 3. lat. 3 15, Ion. 68, so, ibrig Ventrosn, Allen, of 4 do. b-lek Sarsncts ; 4 do. black Crapes,
Boston, from Char-est.oa to. Liverioc .6 d,'isou:. S Ido. colored do. ; 2 do. figured do.
May 20,lat. 35,21, Ion. 866,40,sel. Scwiltsure, of Boston, 4 do. faecy figured and 7-S cross barred Hdkfs.
from Charlestoa for Madeira. r m bt 2 do. white and colored Concans,
Sel. Magnet, Allen, for Boston, sailed from Gibraltar 22d I- do. black Sinchtaws,
Apriil. S dot. double hatin Levantines. All entitled to
Big tomn,. Jorddn, of thisport,for Rotterdam, viaPcr- debenture-for sale by RICHARD D. TUCKER
to Rico, siled on S. Tbomas nbouitMy u CO. No. 32, In al-street. Juna 1t
The Elizaheth Wilson, fr Norfolk andf lCO City Pt. wvs tip ot
leo, May 1.-The Sally, for Neeatle, hdientered Table Cloths, Carpet Bindings, etc.
Ship Optielin. eewson, of this port, 136ldays from Can- JOSEPH G. BACON,
toi-. or. st Casves April 27. IJOSEPHI- GT. BA ICON 'j,
o' ip Eriii. Lawrence, (or Lannai) of Boston, for Europe, M'os. 18 and '20, 1.'IRKE-'-STJRFET,
sailed from Matanais 27-h. I AS just reeiv ed per Canton, frnom Livcecpoui
Brig Columbia Lo'ing, of this port for Naples. sailed Tartan1 plid T Cable Cloltis 1 ~to vardts long;
Sailed from Oce-aock bar 31st May. seihs. Enterprise, green woollen do do. with borders, I to 6 yards
Eldridge.ofFamoumlit for Halifax; Packet Delano, for rotg ; Chintz Carpet Bindings ; Tarta tiCloth by
New.l-edford; Leo. Bnos on. the vardi, 6-4 7-4, and 8-4 wide; l) pain Greet
Ship Pocahontas, Iowland, of tlics port, has ar.atFran- Cloth, do. d. 6is JJune 16
conia, i 37 days from Charleston".
Brig Meissener. Chandler, ofDtxbury,30 days frum Sa-
lem, ar. at NiceAticeil. 4. TOB,,CCO.
Brig Sarah Maria, Cole, 24 days from this part, ar. tt KEGS manulacltired TOBACCO-just re-
Havana 16th ult. ceived and fit sae by MUNSON &
Ar.at New IBedford, June 10, ship Balltna, Gardner, IARNAR lD, No. 17. lenitrl-wlmrft'. June !6
100 days from the Pacific Ocean, with sperm oil. Capt.
Gardner reports thie fbloisti ships ie'it :-Dec. 20, sliip SOLE LEATHER, ec.
Phebe Ann, Chase, with 40 bbs.-Jant. 20, ship Persia, ad tar sa e tc.
Cross, hoth of New Bedford ; Stantoni, BRute, of F:,iriha-. 0 cocsi.Knment, and tor sale liberal tedml-,
ven. 1300. lSantuckelt ships-Nov. 1, Hero, Russel .800; Bo 140 bundlcs slaughter Scle Leather, Philadil-
Criterion, Coffin,70.-Jan. '0 to 25, Gcv. Srong, Smith phia tin, soe osnrior ualit
400oo. hil, Coffn, 300; Franl.;in. Coffin, 1200; Reaper, 50 do. do. M. B 1i1mla1 quac t,
(late Fitch,) 700; Aurors, Ru.sell, 700 ; Indelpeneee, do d.-c do, re tln,
Swain, 400-Feb. I to 2S, Lady Adams, tHiist- 1100 ; l:.s 220 sides do. do,. New Yoirk do.
ter, Chase, 1300 ; Columbus, Foler, oo00; Globe. Gardner, 75 bundles Skirting Leather,
S Peruvin, yer, 800 ; Vulture, Coffin, 850. Spoke 1201 sides Hliarness do.
Atucket-Aprilt 12.0, l n.44, S.on. sip60 W s .nnay1 of Nan. 400 do. Bridle Ieather, in the rough, suitable
tucket-April 12, tot. 44, S. Ioni. 60 '51. set,. Fansy-, of ha;.
timore. for Valparaiso-Ships Massachlusetts, Cathe rt, for Curriers ; 450 d-). Grain Upper Leather,.
1400 hbis,; Georges, Cary. 1100; Bourbon, Paddock, 900, 400 do. wax do. do..; 50 doz. wax Call'Skins,
allot H ruea. 5sic GeioreasusWicufrom Cost 50air CalCl Skin HootFronts, crimped,
of eatagonia, with wibaleoil. Left on Brazil Bank, April 500 tnemed shetep Skills ; '250 alum dressed do.
12. brilf'Cornelia. Gardner 00 bhis.; Drae-cn, Wood, oBridle Leather, Chaise Hides, &C.
inoo ; Allianee, Ashley. 800 ; linerva, HoIand, Soo00; ....ALSO...
Pinidus, Rennet. to0, all of this port. Fel. 25, lat.45,. 4300 bs. English ballShoeThread,fi-or 41 to100
Ion. 60, Wv. spoke ship F raciis, S wai., with 70 tblv .e s if iIro iled,
oil ; ship Prince George, Luce, of Nnnc tket. 300 ; Argo. cents per lb. ; (Galloons hank aid rolled,
naut, Sayer,of Saghiarbor, 1300 ; Fair Helen, do. 600. Dutclh and Frencde Ribbons,
600OO vards Prunelle, black and colored,
Ar. ntNew London, 12th inst.brigA'enus, Furrier from 280 pieces it.dia Cotton,
Ar. at Newport on Sunday last, brig Mary, Ellint, 69 days 1000 lls. live Geese Feathers,
from Acra. corst of Africa. 00i Currcac'io Guat Skins,
Ar. at Salem, ics. Virginia, Keith, Cayenne, 2S ; Crc, 400 (tin. Kid (loi.
tussell,f-ranuiini,28. Cl. brig Roqiue, iraden, Copleu. 1 s Skitrt
hagoenHnd So. Petersbuirg. Lnglish Skivers, Lning Skins, Uc. c.
Arr-ived ht N. Istvtord, on Friday last, ship Swift, Price .....3L 'O...
Porfic, 2130 ibi. oil--on SaiurdayS Traon, tW iod, (o' 6 bbls. superior Flour ; 33 do. fine do.
2000-on Sunday, shitp Minerva, Pens,. do. 1200, (fill.) 10 do. superior quditiy.
Brig Enmeine, Holmes. from a sealing voyage, has 'ar. THOMAS I I. No. 14, llroad-strcet.
NEW YOtRK, June 17-Arrived, ship Favorite, Fan
ning, Carnorvot, Vales, 65ddas; IbrigCacri, arrr R, "T-l', lRICHl continues his Store, in
St. Croix, 13 ; Brteen brig Htdcarumcy. 1Oltei, Brvunen, 77
icrigs cih-les F-n crt. Lecimont. New Orleans, 2 ; A Lyn as tisiuel, where lie has nowi on I.andi, a good
Niiche!s, "24; Mary Ann, Huinphreys, Crooked Island' I assortment f tSole andl Skirting i e ;l e'; Morocco,
12: se h.Illindi, Grire, Aux C kCes, 13 ; Athintic. Rich- Lini,g and Kid Ski:ns, &e. A/lso, 00 bags Sicily
nrdstn, St. Andews, 12 ; Andrew .acon, Gold, St. u- S Jne 1
ina. 14. Cl.brigs SoHiironi, Harding, St. Mtpry,; Ann W a Jn 1
Maria, B ck, Ncwburyporti; Champion, lorse, Halifax ;H
, rloop ,.ie: .Sce,,'Curaeao. L EG ITO LE GHO ST7. S'1LJIV HAiTS.
I'lL, D EKlPI A une ll-Ar.sblpsKentinetorta,aIn. I.AlE.lI I I.TSHOR 'Z, No. 19. Cornhill, has
ihon, Liverpot., 48; Bainbridge, Bercy. do. 46; brig Ml a
Mort'is BritIl. Encg. 51 ; schs. Williamm, John's,,n."Gil.i received, one ense .Misses', hfens' and Ilos's
rt. 50; G. Friends. MtAIlister. Port-'in-Princ., 2; Aro~J L.eghlrn Straw H I ATS, sonie very fine. .T 16
Chiinbers. Cape Ilaytien, 10. Cl. brigs Elizalxfh, Shank.-
land St. Thomas; Free Ocean. Neal, Lisbon; sth. n,. v R. D TUCKER & CO.
& Peggy, Wallace, Bermuda. 12t1 ar. sch. Arletas, Pc inei, AV sale, the eatgo ofship Darien, flonr
Portla td.11 t i c f BAL0TI1ORE, June 10-Arrived brig Gleanor, Graa irerlo,
St. Andr ews. 15; ship epeater. Young, lBtrm 46 ; iss IOt 1000 .liis. Salt, aind 50 tons Orirel Coaili.
Pseoi'us, Nic-,rlson. from tulicksplor. lMe. Parag-c., Ben Front sc. rcaine,
son, i onm St. arts ; brig Brdnzilliani, De:l. l. ttritai ro c lbit. iecisi c c f- uds. Riu
sell. Vir-nia n,,se, lowe, Cape Haytien,7 ; ,slot, 1 tdia. N. so hhllis ,olass's, and a ltew hhlds Ru
Bedford. Cl. seat. Argo, Wulstrum, Matanzas ; Indepen. 100 ls A so, laC in,
dcnce, hcmiltot. St. Hartis. 100 bals Alabama Coton.
,tEXANDRIA, June 8,Arrived sehl. Mary. Clark, ...L.'V S 1'O 1E...
Newburvport rig r MSreatot,Parsons, Teoanostown, I7.- Kentuckv and Virg;-.ia TI'ib:tcc,; St. Croix Run),
Said ship wn'i. Baker, Warner. Rio lde Janeiro brigs Dr1' .ti[la'i 'ine ; alm Oil Canton Silks
Missicmaty, Dvis, Fetlinonih, Eng. ; Benefactor. ite, c 1 1 -t' n 1: i il t Oi ks
Bermuda ; schs. 'iisin" Sun, Berry. Acu, St. Dom ingmo Italian Sewig Si ks, ke. June 16
Syren. Emry, Portland ; Lareh.Hinks. Boston. Q Salej
NORFOLK June -Arrived, sloops Aer Pinh,sls Ae Y SAA A A at Stall o. aneul
NintiocleCt. Suhp Plienix, Dunbar, from N. Bed1ords wsrnt a SA ; Ar A.t a l Stall No. 3, Faieulln
up .lime i iver yesterday. A hall M11lket-100 l hics. Mess fleet, excellent
C.dRTESTON, June 5-Alr;ved', sh. Decatur, Bal tAlity,suitl.h br longtonges ;, hdf1bHaI. du
EIcldhang u, Ite-d., tLiveriool, 40 ; brie Gorgina, Ciam,r;. prim:m Mess Beetf, in IMls. and halt bbls. fr family
lain, Marstilles. S. 7th, tn. br:g Commerce, i'roft, who use; 100 bb! Pcck, dif rent qualities; 2l00 I).
si'ec ts:i fto Cowes put back having sprune c hia l; bri Biacon Huicms, inshippingorder.-Also, 30 half blis.
Catherine. front. ltaana. U l ship Xenophon, for Liv,.r- Nea,'s Tonlgues. Jue 16
pcool uat iii 150 bales ; scoop interirizet-,Racet, lor oint a J 1
ton fi v't wid.
SIVANNA IfI. Jtne 2.-Arrived ship olitet Fulton, 'r0 i.E LET
Holdridgi, Liverpool, 46. CI.ship Thonas, Pecndleton, I.i- A HOUSE at the soutic part of the town-suits.
verpicdc; Br. ship James Bailie, SI, Sl Hiar 4h, ar,. ch, te lor a genteel Imnil. Inquire at No, 11,
Allegro, of Boston, Gar.ttde, Mt.* 6.rsige-street. Jcuaetti.S





-'Flour, Cotton, Goat Skins, etc. Copartnership Formed.
I r PIE subscribers have formed a connection in
JOSEPH FIELD & CO. bu.ijess under the firm of
', .17, LOA'G-W11ARF, C. & A. THORNDIKE,
H AVE 1'OR SAI., and have taken store No. 53, Centeir-wliar, where
2000 bbls. best Iuoward-st. fine and supiflr. lourur, they offer for sale,
25 bales prime Alabama Cotton, 15 pipei lhirandl, (Outartd's brand)
4 packs large fresh Currae ao Goat Skins. 83 c-ses Gurn Sli"lac ; 14 do Aiabic,
....ALSO,.... 7Wt9 bags Salt Petre,
;i. trusses Simoe Tr ad; I cas,' luie Skivbrs, W', l,:,ii 'a!cattla Goods, suitable for Ihe Mcdi-
A 1-wr doz. Casahineal Ited Skivers aid l Ruais, trrraniean or South Am.. ierican markets,
'White kid, blue and purple Roans., 600 bbla. Balhnimoresup. Howard-strett Flour,
tHook Calf Ski is, 35 tons new Sable Iron ; 6 do. old do. do.
Coniinon wood ri d and green g Roasls, 15 qr. casks o!d Sherry W'inc.
.1I w v-arained ofj EnK'lishI manliliuflctwle. CHIARLES TIIORNDIKE,
For Baltimore, -- T.1 etc.
The regulit trtadtin brig FRI)FRAL IR. c
R F ns 'l AMES MORRILL has Ibr sale, No. 47, State.
GEORGE, Josihh Fie!d, pmaster,will sal ) l I street, now landing, 450 bbl. TAR.
in a ilew daya. For freight or passage, .1 IV S'TOil'11-
ilm." apply as ahove. Suni 16 400 hh!s. hiurd Pitch ; 1000 do. lRosinu; Pitch
---- .- ...-..- iand Rosin im. shipping e'order; 5 bils. bright Var-
CALL AND SEE. ish; .50cwt. Slheatli.ig Paier; t 10 bbla. soft
) P.UC. WILLIAMS. Cornlbill-rqiqaire, noi's 't"u'ltine. uniel
S,, rs:le,a it.legait London Pocket Edili.on ATi'T ri T TT 1E ,
<,i W',tts' Psains aln HyL- lns in Pocket Book CA TWRIGHT & MITCHELL,
style, iaoroeico gilt edgr:,, various colors, such as .A-M. 6, CE.A 1/,L- II'Ilt.11lF,
red, bhlite, purple, vello, &c.-price oily 1 .'25. r M'ilFFR for sale, 120 Imx-'s Snoirking Pipes,
A di.counit will 1e made to thlse who bly to sell t 150 do. iperniceti CandleF,;
g',,t:, 2(1000 gals. Whale Oil,
R P. 'k C, W. have a great varie'v- of I.nw, 101)0 casks S.uminer strained Sperm Oil,
Medical, Agrictitural andl Mi calloneous Hooks, 100 ps. R..vens i)uck ; 20 bolls Rlussn Duick,
which they offer on the inost lii.eral terms. 400 bitrrels Alexandria snperfine Flour,
.Anv lhiok called for, not on hand, will he ob- Bri.stul litllcis neeally covered Gallons an(d
tnincdil'in town. June s16 Quarts ; Aplthiecsriesblhck liottles, wide mouthi;
SJllda Pints, &k. liii June 16
CABOT & CLARKE, CapeS wls, hite Chips, etc.
AVEr received lv the Triton; fronE Live-pool, Crape, White Chips, etc.
"u adi for sale at No. 5,'Central-sirect--7-8 and W
4-4 Ii.e ; brown and while i......... Flannels ; CHARLES W INSLOW ,
Cloths ; Buckranms; Eiglish -.ifI.I.i. ; SIhawls; ;"F .. 7, CORNf'/ILL,
Scotch Muslins ; Craviat's, spitte ind and plain; i-4 1 \S JST RECElVEDI.
amd 9-8 Catlicioes; Camlibric, &c. isGw Il 1 2 cases 7-4 Ciupe Shawlis ; J.- do. 8-4- superior
quality Nankin and Canton Crapes, Sarsnets. Sin-
RUf, GT.', STEEL, C. ehiaws, Levantinues, Florences, ke. Also, 1 cae
-g3l)R SALE AT X luhiie Chin Flats, with Crorniss and Bands ; Leg-
A'o. ;)i, CEA TRA.L.'Wl.ARF, bhrn Straws, "i'. t-fe. .- '
13 puncheons hig-hi prIoof Jamaica Runim,
13 pines Weesp Gin, Silk Velvets, Galoons, a.ut i J'aphs.
-2:i do'. Schiirlam do. e:iitl d to debenture, "iENPRY CU'l'til'F & CO. have received per-
"I ) fiuggots German Steel, various qualities, '. CCamel, from Bremeu ; 3 cases co ntaiinig
00 Gm C;:ses, entit-led t, dihenture, "3ilk "Velets, Galoons, and assorted Tapes, which
100 Den-,ijoh,,s ; 'S cases Zinc io sheets, ,they offer for sale. 3,v" Jnne i6
S cases Dutch Toys
3 do. Slates ian liencils, Summer Hats, Fl'S. Trimmings, etc.
2 ido. Puocift Looking Glasses,
I do.. Leal Pencils, WILLIAM BARRY,
6 caSks MWarbles; bales Ticklenuiurg's, o. 1, B ST.TE-HOUSE,
ShlI,. eleky 1" AIaco N.SON AS forsale, Genitleniemi aIn Yo'th'sPaln IL.i'af
u:irciu iip3Iv AMOS ATltNSON. as ; GGunlemen and ui.th's fine drau, do.
tHe keeps constantly for sale, an extensive assornt-
SEXC1.h 6 GEW nit,, ot Hats of al! descriptions, sucn as I fats fi-om
N C" C 1arleston, S. C. S0 and 60 days sight; the Biistoni fat Manuflictory,of very superior ual-
I uso, o01 Albaiiv. 60 davs si.ght-Ior sale by i't, such as obtained the p1rniiurn' at Brightiin in
THOM AS G. CHASE, No.1, Long-wharf. O't. Imsut; Meni and Youth's P:ated and Wool
I/.V' S 2'OR E......Epsom S.lts, in barrels HIuts, suitable for the country trade or the south-
Peru-vianr Bark, in zeroons;- Siuguar of I.e1, in ern market ; Youth aind Clildren's Fancy Hlats:
casks; Soda, ('Ensli.) in di.; white Vitriol, in He lios just recei ied ly thle tlerlald, an assortment
do.; Charmomili Flowers do. ; Carraway Seeds, of Children's drab,.drab green under and Fa-cy
in bags ; Snakerooet, in bales: Gentian do.; red fats, new patterns
Precipitate; white do.; Cochinel ; Gum Kino ; Hie keeps'liWkewise, FURS. and IIAT TRIM
Calomel; GCimn Benzoin ; Nitre Fortis; Anqia MINGS, such as Beaver, Muskrat,Racoon,Nutra,
Fortis; Oil of Vitriol; Antimony; Dutch Quills ;, Cminel' Ihair, Russia Hair Skins, Smyrna Hair
Borax, &e. .Aos-I Ships' Dripping Stone, orF1a. Skins, Conev Wool, Carrotted Rabbit, Pougees,
ter. Ms march 10 I'elongrs, Handing, 1i3,ding, Buckles, morocco Skins,
-glazed Calmbris, ioepiing Brushes, "ce. on the low-
S9 25 per Ream. "('st weomn. All ordie's from the country strictly
fr REA MS Italian LETTER PAPER, ftr attended to and faithful,v and reasonably executed
0V sale by I. IW. GOODRICHII, State-street, ir:iv 19 epis6.w
N'o. 76. -
A so-A co6ranlete assortment of superfine hot ELEGJ 7 'T PdJRASOLS.
pressed Letter Paper and Foolscap, of a superior WM. LINCOLN,
quality, which will be sold very low for qish. .. 2, GLD STAlE HOUSE,
mev'6 istf ____ 1AS this dai received froni Philhu'lplia, it
ew Goods fr n large asisrlleit ol PitPirasols, c insisting of tile lul-
Vew Goods from auction loing vari, tv of patterns, viz: .
D DOWVRES has just received a handsome Flowered Silk, Lined, and Ivory handless,
i, assortment of European, India and Aeri'i- o. dou. do. V Wood io.
can Goo at No. 58, Market-street.- ep3ti may 26 Florence do. Ito. do. do.

{ _AVE received an additional supply of
may 12 46ts

JIAVE received by- the arrivals from Eng-
land-a large supply of seasonable Goods,
.1&o, from Havre, of FRENCH GOODS.
m 16 is6w


n:AVE formed an estab ishmuent at Pensacola.
West Florida, for the transaction of C.mmis-
sion business, "where those who may favor them
with Consigr ments may rest assured esery exer-
tion will be mad. to promote their interest.
Ifay 1, 18.1.' Refer to
Mlessrs. Jacob Penbodyv & Co. Boston.
Samuel Mlarsh, Esq. V'e-o- York.
Leonard Jarvis. Esq. Baltiore
Messrs. Stokes & Smith, Baltimore.
may 1 3is

T_ AS received per the. Resitntmio from Lon-
-, don,34 cases of SHEATHING COPPER
from ihis approved, and woll known mannufactory
episl m may 9
BRlt,'DY, GIN., WI.VE, &c.
HOMAS ')ENNIE & SON, No. 31, State-
strtet, have for sale S0 pipes high 4th proof
Seignette's Rr'ndv, of the brig W.nidereris cargo,
10 pipes entitled to dehenturi' ; VWetsp and old
!Schirdam Gin ; Loidlon Ptirlculae Madeira
Wine, entitled to dehenture; Chlialtau Margiaux,
-Medioc arnd St. Estephe Claret; Vin de grave,
S interne and MIuse!t in cases ; L.odou n:wl Bristol
Porter; 500 five gallon Demijohns ; 70 Gin Cases,
best velvet corks ; toZgether witli ni extensive as-
sortment of fine old Wines in casks and bottles.
uny v30 epis'2
Boston Hat Manufactory.
T'-IE Stcckholders reapectlully inform Ihe
friend.- of ihis Manmu'ifaeory lhat no labour
or expense haq heen spared to ltrinz it to soc-,
a state !f :srfec!inrr as to render it second to
noue in the Unitlod Satfcs. l'hey sre ha,.pv to
Plate tnat by' heir exertions they have attained
complete succefsc.
The Facto y is amply nnplie l with -he best
of stock foreign and donetlic, and-with t.ie fir-t
rate woriemic. ilnder their direction of an expe-
rienr'ed A,'iju.i'ciofis mainuflsrturer.
SHats ofvarinus gqoalities from the ahove Fac-
tony, for sale (>y the subscriber, No 80 Stai>-.
Atreet, i r.t the tK-t-stores : .*.. i in Boston
wnd IP.-rilsndil
T-i N.NR1' MES INGER, SellinBg ..qge;t.
sinr-il 28 9is

.No. 5, CENT'I..l,.-STREET,
H AVE received by the Rashvlas-S0 ceases
gI'g r. r .rvhite 7.8 antd 4-4 Trish Liens,
and 5-, *iS.. in...- *; cases Conuterpanes, Prints,
Checks,Vetiin-ts. e. ke. 6wis march 28
Striped .rarce lines and Florences.
SICl- cornled anid striped Marcelines, for Pe-
h. lisses ar:d Dresses,
Striped Fiorences l'or dressed ,
Best lilaek and light blu doumblc Florences,
Back and white Crapes of extra quality,.
Assorted fringed Lustring and white Satin,
R:b;:ins Nos. 9 and 12
Rich Mer'io Long Shaw Is .nd Me"higo Hdkfs.
Forisale it -o. 5. Cornliill-sIquae, )y
may 10 episSw L. \'I & LI,\MSO\".
CAllROYS, warrianleid ofbest quality, now
*.0 landing and for sale by THOMAS G.
CIA.SE No: 1, Long-wharf. A!so-Calomel;
Corrosive Sublimate; Tartar Emetic ; Sugar of"
Lead ; Rochelle Salts; Sodg; Oxalic Acid ; Red
Precipitatf ; Chrome Yellow; Flor Sulphrr; Aqiua
Fortis; Spirits Salts ; Peruvian Bark ; Borax, Sec.
Wanted--100 bbhs. Glatiber Salts; for which
rash will be paid. 3 Swi april 12

Levantine do. liiied, atar fringes,
Flureice d. do. do.
l)o. do. flowered border without fringes,
levintine tdo. do. do.
Floi'ence do. plain fringe,
Sarsiset do.. ido. do.
Do. do. for children.
The above will be sold at very reasoinale pri-
ces. epis6w may 23
Crockery, China, and Glass Ware.
'3-DOBERT' BRIGGS, No. 35, Uiilon-street, has
LV received, by the late arrivals, an additional
supply of CROCKiERY, CHINA, and GLASS
WAtE, whidh, with his former stock, makes his as-
sortment complete ; all of which will be sold on the
mos. favorable terms. 6sp may 12
HUBBARD & GREENOUGH, have removed
to No. 68, Statestreet, (recently occupied
by tlie Merclhants lusuirance Company,) where they
offer for sale a general assortment of Goods, adap-
ted to the sa-son. 4is si'trch 3
ITAS removed from No. 7, to No. 45, Market-
street, where hle lias for sale, received per
'ton alnd Rasselas, seventy-five packages Cotton
and Woollen Goods, by the piece or package.
march 31 6is

M. LINCOLN, No. 2, O!d State-house
has received, a large assortment of white.
pink and blue Ostri'h PLUMES, of different si-
zes, some very elegant. 2nmis mar 3

Steel and Brass Reeds.
A LLEN I)OANE, nanul'aelures Steel and Brass
Reeds, warranted the first quality, for Wool'
or Coton, at Pawtncket, i. I. Or-derls left at Gil-
.-an Priclhard &Co's, No. 56, Corn hill, Boatori,
will meet with immediate attention.
dee 9 eopis3m
H AVI received hby the-llerald, from l.iverpool,
a further supply of sixLy packages ofseasona-
be GOODS. 6is may 1
Constantly for sale at 69, Biroad-street, by
iay 23 istf
B. & C. ADAMS & CO.
'AVE received by the ship Rasselas, in addition
H to their former assortment, 5 packages of
British and Irith Goods, wilcl are .ow ready for
r'sale, by the package or otherwise, at No. 17, Kilby-
street, up stairs. Sis march t31

OREZ(ZO DRAPER, No 19, Market-street,
j has justrc-ceiveil,
1 cace eleaant 5-16 Garititure Ribbon,.
1 do. whiie nid scarlet Mnrino Shawls,
1 do. Muslin Bands and 'l'rimmings,
I do. black and colored Habit Kid Glove!,
1I 1o. blaci, while asl green Crapes,
I do do. do. ilo. Silk Hos(e and Gloves.
Onhand-I.evantines, Florences, Satin*,, Silk
Lace, .iner I ambrics, Velvet Ribbs.ns; '1'affeta
aud Satin do. ; Galloons, &c. kc. 4is apr 14

E DWARD PAGE, No. 80, Middle-street, car-
tner of Mill Pond street, has just received, a
fesh supply of fine and 'supelfuie Kiddermiiaster
CAR I'E'TiKG, new and elegant patterns.
march 1. episS3w
Leghorns, Jrtificial Flowers, etc.
ART k CrAFTS have just received at No.
39, An'kct-street-1 s case l.eghorn Stlawsn
It o. Artificial Flowers, 1 do. printed Alusliuets;
I do. Gugliarn Dresses; 1 to. Furniture Patch;
superior (qual.ty. 4spis april 11

TO 1 E LET, *
IND posessiou glen immediately, a HOUSE
I land BAKE IHOUSE, situated i Wiairreui-
stLeet. For further paLticulars, inquireof HUGlH
URI.M$BY, on said premises. June 3u

Boston and Roxbury Mil -Corploration.
NTOTICE is hereby given, that hh, iBoard of
_q Director's are ready to receive pi-oposals for
the purchase, or lease of wat'' power for driving
ome ir" more mill stones, fi,- which allppllicatiomn may
be maude to the subscriber, at the office oil the dam.
IiALD\VI N, enit. c.c. B.U. .11. C.
Jul. e Ili
Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporationu
N" OT'I'F is herelrv given, that appl[ietion flore
Ite office of To'll Gatherers on thile Dimt.
I .a' be made to the subscriber on or before tl.e .
) Sixth inst. at the office on the Danm.
L. BALDWVIN, .Agent, cB. J. R.. .M. C.
June l16
f' ERRVY & IV)OWL.,.kNI)'S creditors, who an-
ST thorised Wm. H. Ward and Thomas K.
Thomas Io commute their claims, are informed,
that a scncud Divide, d ,cf Collection will be paid to
them iby THOMAS K. F'HONIAS.
June 16
S7The Secret Debates of the CoAnention,
/'5. SSEM I .E1) at l'hihlidellslia in Ilhe year'1787,
/ to olbr lhe Coa fitu tion ofthe United States.
T'I which wi.l be added, other H istorieal Docu-
nments ri-'ltive to the Federal Compact of the
North American Unino.
1T'lie Jour'nal of thlie Convention, which formed
the present Constitution of the United Slates,
which was published itn pursuance of a resolution
of Congress, ol ai-cti 27, 8t18, contains all the
Acts alnd Proceedings of that constitutional Body,
built .t hleIves History in tlie d:arkastlo theviews cf
the Legislators, and thle wiuciples upoinu which they
acted. It is to replenish that deficiency, and fil
lp, in silue measurmc, that diplomatic skeleton,
with its vitil ,otsE.hlt a friend of History offers
to publish, if lie is suficienti lv encouraged in that
tuldertaking, several coeval Docutents,; collected
with cale aMi ixpiense, wliiclh will enlighten the
Civillian. the Jurist, and the Statesman,a. oi tidg
Spirit ofthe Northl American Fed.r.al ComIpact ;
while at the saume time, those precious relicts' will
supply thle Historian, the Philosopher, and llthe Mor-
rilist, with very curious comparative facts, on the
vvrialiins of Public opinion, in the United States,
with r:'spuect to Constitutional Principle, and on a
suecessiion (if events, which are Ihe natural, if inot
licessary results o'a pre-existing ordei- of things.
'ut oil those subjects the Editor will abstain from
making an comments : like modern fabrics affixed
to thie irjestic monuments of antiquity, asicl ad-
ditions would injure tue gen:ural effect of the origi-
nal mmattcr. 'Nothing then must be expected in
thi1publication, tit lihe Debates of tile COnven-
tLon, as they have been daily recollected by the
late Crespectiable Chiel Justice Yates, and copied
from iris ilotes y the Ilate Chancellor of tl-e State
of New York, Mr. John Lansing, Ihs colleague as
a Delegate to the Convention, and both distin-
guishesd Republieans; 'To which will be annexed,
to s'lply the vacuum occasionod bly the departure
of those two gentlemen from the Cunvention before
its terinailioin, the gennsine information delivered
to the Lesislature ol tile State of Maryhland, re!a-
tive to thi Proceedi.-gs of the Federal Convent;on,
by Mr..Luther Mmartin, then Attorney Gener.il of
that State, and one ot the Delegates in the said
l.on ientioin; an extract of the Journal of the Con-
veiltion,containing the various plans of t'onstitu-
tion, presented by the several States, and the Con-
stitutinl of the United States, witli all the amend-
ileiie's ratified, as at present existing.
It is supposed that the woric will compose an tie-
tavo volunie of about 350 pages-The letter press
to corresptind, as nearly as possible, to the Juurn-
at of thie Federal Convention, as publiised by or-
der ofCongress. 'Price to Subscribers,handsome-
ly -., i.d and lettered, S S 50.
litanyy, ,iareh 50. 18s21.
-5"Subscriptlions received by R. P. & C. WIL-
LIAM3, Bioslon, where will be luuidi a gre',t. va-
eiety of Books. Persons at. a distance will please
send initheir aiines, places of residence, and noiu-
ber of copies free ol expense. June 11


ESPECTFULLY iuforms the public, that be
P has taken tbh large, airy', ard elegant ounise,
No. 39, BROADPWAYi. .Aew-Ycr which is
ilow preI i ellI dl in a suiperi *'., *3 i 1 rr Ih n- i(-C piolii
of coin paUny ; alid where 1. '.li,1- :n CCi 'I4 ,'!ee l C-in
be accomniodated with I;flgi.,. cu'l. r Ior l.,n..r
or shorter periods. Farhil es, and' Parties canbhe
finished wite private parlors, and sepratec ta-
bles, if desired. The house will be supplied with
thle choicest Liquors, and the table witlh' every
delicacy that the -New-York ma-'kelt affords.-
Great care will lbe taken that the servants shall be
of the most iiexceptionable character i atnd ever
effort-willbe made to render the situation of ail
purse-s who may favor him with their custom,
comfortable and agreeable episii Juni "1 6
F OUR or six Gentlemenall "anie accomnimdated
'witli board on moderate term-, in a modern
built house adjacent to State-street. Also, a third
parlor, handsomely ffurnisheld, on the first floor',
verr convenient hfor a Gentlemanand wife, or two
single Gentlemien, who can be furnished with board
in 6ile family. Inquire at tho Centinel Counting
Roim. epistf June 16

-\VE received per 1',erald, London Cloths,
ack, blilue and mixtures ; superfine and com-
miau London Vestings-witli a general assortment
of British Goods.
Aeso, per Florida, from France,
Light blue, pink, green, pearl and silver grey
Silk Hosieryv; black and white Silk Gloves,
Linen Cambrics and Cambric 1Hdks.
An assortment ol Merino Slawls andl Hdkfs.
Black, green and white Crapes ; Kil Gloves, &e.
.w 'hih *ie offered for f.!e at No. IC;f Central-
street. 6spis. may 124

ISAAC W. GOODKICH, Stationer, 76, State-
street, has for sale-at complete sssortment ol
Ledgers, Journals, Wastes, Sales, Cash, Invoice,
and Letter Books, with and without spring backs,
made of the very first quality oF Paper. Also,
Check Books ; Bill do. ; Writing do. ruled and
plain. Also, a complete assortment of Stationary,
Nautical Books and Charls. epis3m ml

0. OT\VITISTANDING Ibe extensive variety
'0 of Rare Hroiks, nov at the Exchange Book
Slore', 77, State-str'ett,(upi stairs,) and lthe constant
accession of others ; yet maiy when once sold'camn-
not be replaced at any prid'ce, .r on any terms :--an
early application, therefore, may secure such works,
(for cash or by exchange, mnauy at half their cost wsem
noewv, and often at anuifet-'c,) to those to whom they
are particularly valuable. (0Many Books at o'"
below Auctionm value, and aill at prices more relducedt
thiu before.
tl-' Iimited-(in tie Store) a good Bov, of 1,3.
may 24 3is
Rigge's Extract of Roses,
For cleaning, preserving and beautifying
the Hair.
T flI elegant Ext':ct i.s iretlared principally
with hisses, gives streingthl and beauty to
tle hair, and imparts to it lie delicalc fragrance
of those flowers. Hair washed with tIe i'.xth'act
soon becomes soft, bright nnd luxuriant iii its
growth; and hair that has been made hirsh by
the tue of ardent spirits arnd other improper
preparations to clean it will soon be restored ho
its natural colouir an I brilliancy by a few uppli-
caulioniis. Rowland's Alsana Extract lor beauti-
fying an-I strengthening the teeth and g uns;
Rowlanti's genuine Macassor Oil; also Ihe Es.-
seice oti T''yre lor changing the colour of the
hair; Aitfiinso:'s Ambrosinal and oilier finiy
Soaps ; .lesaumip.e Soap ii pots ; doiiuble distilled
and amber Lavender; Honey Watler; Ah'uI o0

Roses ; Cologue Walcr ; Gowland's Lotion
Col1 C.eant Ainlo,1d Fas'ei Otto of Roses;
Antique Oil ; Pomatu', in pots ; Arnmatic Vine-
gar; plain and ucenled lHair Powder,el c.
Tlie above fresh imported articles lfor sale at
No 2, (:ornhill, opposite the sigo ol the goo d
Samar tan.
-7l'omer'ny' celebrated Metalic Strap and
Paste, by tCe doz. or -ung e.


-7'3Mons. GonDAU grateful for the pat-
rnlin:ie and applause rendered him, very ic-
speutluliv informs the Lailies and (Gen-
tnleols of BA1stoi:, tha tlie intends
to devote th e 1rocreds of
to aid Ilie laidible and charitable desigiis i.f the
"l'Fragment Society" this town, and hopes
that his atlemipt will be crowned with
successI, by an enlightened and
discm 'tri. g p'ubiic.

His tierft'orinaice will commence, wili thell Grand
Spectacle of
The Ascension on the Tight Rope,
Ascending and discenpiing the sain with a Wheel-
barrow from the Staige, over the pit. to the ceil-
Sing over the boxes, a highly interesting feet.

Will also ascend and descend the TIGHT ROPE.

Will fior the last time perform on the eight t Rope,

Will give his hghly interesting exhibition of Bal-
ac.ing, and his excellent imitation of IBirds.

0:rTloxes 50 cents, Pit 25 cents.......Children
25 cents.


or 31-)T a

Entrance /'o. 16, Milarket-st.._f_
IN compliance with a wish very generally ex-
j pressed, his exhlibition will remain open until
when it will be positively closed.
The evening I.LIf-I(N.'rltOX coNitinues to present
a rich and interesting effect. Admiitaice 25 cOt.-
Chlildre:,half pI ice.- Jie 13

'The uvew Picture,
S open tolr public view, at Mr. 1). L," Brown's
l roo. No. 12, Cornhill-square, adjoining his
Academy, every day. from 9 in the morning lill 5
in the Evening. Admittance '25 cents.
may 26 epistf

R. CARTWRIIIGHT informs tlhe Latdies and
Gentlemen of Boston with deference, that he
intends perlbriniig ton his Grand and iid iiable set
of MUSICAl, GLASSES for (ih;ee Evenings at
Which pilace lie has selected ior its retired and
quietsituation, in order that the enchanting notes
may not be niarr'd or interrupted uy the noise of
Mr. C. trusts that the lovers of Musict and pat-
rons of science will not omit tins opportunity of
gratifying themselves and honorilnghili.
Mr, C. iill perform on MONDAY EVENING,
June 181h.-Tikets 25 ients. Julie 16
A Good 1'rize List.
TrHE .tl, e'... 1i4.. ,, .- 1 .'de Lottery
., ,l. ,., .. \\". J..E 1 I La-t.-T".-
I,.. t I PI l f tI. P IR .k -., "1ti-e u t
(,I-.'0R I & D)EAN' Olffice, in ;the Oi Staite
h.-'ile, in this siall Lottery'v, viz :
I N\.. 1520. a prize of THREE THOUSAND
DIJILLAlS, (and next to the Highest l'rize which
,was sold at Springfiield.) Q-''l'lis ticket, with
others, was borrowed of -Mr. .BENJ. iiUTfriNe-
.TON, we being out.
.l' ,.'.i. No. 7401. Of 100, Nos. 1746, 1794,
,11, l .,'I 2179, 3326, and 5889, besides many
prizes of 650, ic. &c. being by far the largest"
lumber of Capital Prizes sold in Hoston in this
,Lottery. (" Adventurers will now see the ne-
cesity ofpmurchsiog their tickets of"
"in order to get the Capital Prizes." June 16
List of all the Prizes above the lowest in
S'pringfield Bridge Lottery. -
[8th, 9th and 10th being the last days drawing.]
O F .510,000 the HIGHEST PRIZE, No.
4 14. Of' S300, No. 1520.
O 1000., No. 6248. Of S 100, Nos. 8448,7779,
237, 1055,4780, 6788, 1;i43, 34(5, 1794, 8215,
6540, 5569, 2139, 5666, 14!6, 69u, 8C59, 3-219,
81U1--two of these sold by J. K.
'Of 50, Nos. 8264. 330, 115, 2816-two of
these sold by J. K. Finished drawing on Wed-
nesday. "
T aWO Gcntlemei,,or a Gentleman and his wife,
tcan be aecomnmodated with Board, in a re-
spectable private family,in a country town, through
which a packet and stages pass dadly. Iquire at
the Celnthiel Countingltooinl. June 16

A SEA' in the Rev. Dr. Chaiining's Meeiing
House. A line addressed to J. and left at
the Centinel Counting Room will be strictly atten-
ded to. .)une 16

A CARRIER of Newspspers-one who will be
faithful. Also, an office BOY. Apply at the
Compositorand Philanthropist Office, No. 18, Crn-
bill June 16
IVS. r'E n,,
0O attend in na Insuirance Office, a BOY a'out
fourteen years otl. inquire at the Centinel
*_..,,i],,,, Room. June 16

HOUSE II'.."T'.Ef.
A.'' NTID to hire, a HOUSE, situated in
V or near Corn lill or Tremont-street. In-
quire at the Centinel Counting Room. isef J 13

rBO let, a convenient )Dwelling-hiuse, situated in
Warren-street, No. 52, in good repair', living
a goid well of water, and rs'in water cistern-rent
.ftleo, a convenient Dwelling-lhose, in North-st.
with a good well of waler-rent 150. Inquire if
SAMUEL HASTINCS, Pirnter and Glazier. No.
8, Ann-street. June 16

A LARGEI and convenient Dwelling-hlousr, siti-
atedl at the corner ofKilby alnd M'ilk-strieets,
and nearly opposite Pearl-street. Inquire at tlhe
house from 10 to II o'clock forenoon, and from 4
to 5 in ihe afternoon. June 16

A BRICK House, containing Parlor, Ki'chen
andi three Chambers, snuitabhle foe" a genteel
family; rent 200 dollars per annum.
Alsoto be let, a small T''einmen', rent 72 per
ntnuri. Eniuiro ofEIJEN. SMITH, Mill-ponld-
wliarf. epist3t ia) '2B

One Cent Reward, and no Charges paid.
1. LOPED from the subscriber, on Sundity last,
an itd.:ited person, about tlthirty years of aige,
by the namueofCHIARLES RICHARDS, whou was
toui:d to me by tl: Overseirs of the Poor of New-
ton, as an Idler. A I pe sons are hereby caiiioni-
ed against employing ir harboring said Richards,
as they will be dealt with according to the severity
of the law. SAMUEL BRIGIIAM,
NVewton, June 6, 1821.

THIS DAY at 12 o'clock, `
.at WHIT-WIVEI., BOND & Co's Oflice,
A'M. 2. KHLRlr-,ftl E'ET
I9 casks CARDl) WIRE, (about 6000lbs.) Nos.
26 a St.
../s--300 I boxes 7 by 9 WINDOW GLASS.

Onil TUESDAY next at 9 o'clock,
An assortment of Seasonable PIECE GOODS.

Canton Packet's Cargo.
On i\'EDNISDlAY ext at 1Q uoclock,
IWill be ofere d,
The TEAS imported in ship Canton Packet,
consisting ol, Hyson, Yo.n. Hyson, Hyson Skit),
ani itho R"long' T I.s. a'1 fresh and of fine qu.lity.
.'It PIrvote .'e-6 bitis. Castor Oil; I do. Co-
lumio Root. Imintod, E'xecliage onil New-York.

Oiln TUESD)\Y next at 1'2 o'clock.
lVorth side of Cenoil 1- Wlhaij,
'The brig ANN, burden 1204 tons,
and rrll.ies .a l.uar eargo. She was
inili at cinipbrok, 4 years since, for T.,
H. Wi.h-s, Esq. in lthe moss faithful
mnantinw and of the best materials ; was
thor. ughlyl salted (on the stocks is copper lasten-
d and' coppered to the Iends, anid is in every rt-
spe' t L fir t rate vessel.
I'The sale will lie positive to close a co'ncern.-
Vessel anil iiveniitr'y imloy be exainijiied on applieca-
tionL to the AWCt'res.

House Lots o0 the JXeck.
On FIlDAY, 29th insj. it 4. o'clock, P. M..
(On the PJRft. ISES,
Will be sold by Public Anction, by order of the
Ti'uitel'e of tite Neck LaMnds,
T-lf--lonse L.os, siljatedl on toe easterly side of
Washington-slreet, comprising the beautiful piece
of ground caffed tlho Bjull Pastinure? Said lots
are lioin 50 to 6(01 het o11 thle front, and vary in
depth fi'oim 60 to 23(0 feet.
A plan of the same. niv be seen ut the Select-
men's lioo'on, Faneuil Hall, or at the Office of the
Couditidnso-10 per cent. of the purchase money
must be paid down as earnest. Any length of
credit will be given on the balance-thle note to le
sect ed by a niortngae of the premises, anid tie
iotel'ql t", be paid qu ,rterl. .
Rum, Sugars, etc.
J'lliS DAY lit 21 o'eloc:.,
8 puncneons WiiidHward Isl.nd min; 275 bbls.
firsi qinuality Pc'rto Rico Sugars ; 50 coxes Musca-
tel laisins.
i M, --1WSN
Chmna Dini;g and Tea Sets, Picture
Glass. &c.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At SAMUEL F. CooI.DGE'S Office,
.X. s15, C., ''lk.lL-S'tRlT',
o50 annton Dini;ng and Tea Sets of Chiiin ; 6 ca-
ses Picture, 9I y' 16, 21 by 18, 22 by 19, 24 by
2., '26 by *2'2, O- by 22 ; 36 Liiquor Cases, assort-
ed ; 1 iron Bedstead. Also-an invoice of Ladies
Work Boxes and Gentleio'n's Shaving Cases.
Sui rr and M classes.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
Opposite A'No. 10, Central-wha -f,,
Postponed fromniysterdlay, opn acoint of weather,
!:3 boxes brown Havana .SUf;AIR, entitled to
debenture ; 80 hlihds. retailing MOLASSES.

Seal Skins.
On TURSDAY next at.l 1 o'clock,
On End of RUSSI.M WI.IR-F,
12,000 prime tFuri SEAL SKINS, landing from
ship O'Cain, from New South Shetland. The
terms, which will be liberal, will be made known
at the sale:

Herring A'ets and Twine.
TI'LS DA.Y at'12 o'clock,
To close all Eng.ish aeconnt,
I bale Herring Nets ; 1 do. Mackerel do.; I
do. English Twine, imported from London, and
very valuable.
Piece Goods.
On MONDAY next at 10 o'clock,
The following PIEC, GOODS, just received,
viz:-l case fine Linen Cambries; I do. do. do.
Cambric Hdkfs.; 1 do. blackTaff.t-is and Ribbons;
2 do. super, black French "'rapes ; I do. Cossack
Stripe;: 2 do. figured Hdkfs.; I dzt. c.)rd Muslin,
very fine ; I do. Vashington words ; .2 do e egant
Marseilles Counterpanes; 1 d>. imitation Sheet-
ing; I do. elegant figured Silks ; 1 do. 6-4 black
Bimbazines ; I do. Linen Sheetings; I do. 4-4
Linens ; 4 o. undressed Prints and Muslins
pocket Hdkfs. Ginghamrns, &c.

Looking Glasses.
On TUESDAY, 26th inst. 10 o'clock
100 large si7,e elegant Looking Glass's, English
dian.iiid cut plates'; '5 superb Chi.nney Glasses,
all sizes i 150 Looking Glasses, of assorted sizes.
aNdl patterns, English plates ; 50 mahogany framedL
Toilet Glasses. They wi!l be sold for. the mos
they wil! bring.

THIS DAY at 9 and 3 o'clock,
AXo. 14, CIAf.TAtL-STREF',i
Will be sold,
A large assortLiclt o-if DRY GOODS, viz :-1
bale superlative blue Cloths ; 2 d'o. superfine and
coniinno CUessiraeres; I1 do. h4roback .Io.; I do.
Sattinets; I do Ressia Sheetings ; I do. assorted,
lioinbazetls ; 6 cases superfine rich arnl commoii n'
Prints aitd Piates ; i 'do. 4-4 and 6-4 Jaconet M'us-
lins; 1 d. 4-4 andil .4Cambrics; 2 do. 4-4 and
, -4 fancy andu Book Muslins ; I do. 4-4 and 6-4
Irish Linens; 1 ao. steamt-loomn Shirtins-,; I do.
white aniJ stripedl Jeais ; I do. Dinities ; I do.
)iiueh. Oil Cloths ; 1 do. French blahik and colored
Sewing Silks.; 2 do. colored Sewin.g Cottons; 1
do. Napkins ; 1 ldo. fancy figured white and plaid
Ci avats ; Huttons ; Gloves; Hosiery ; Pinas
Sha wls; Tapes, e.
lls..o-1 bale Clunaeonda Seersuckers.
Swedes and English Iron.
(On TUESI)AY nxt at I11 o'clock,
.A o. 9. A'ILBJ.5 '7 IRETI;
30 tons flat and square Swedes IWON, viz :-
7 tons 1, T7-8 and 1 inch square, and 1, 2 and 23
ineh liat. tlso-30 tons Bolt IRON. '

St. Croix Rum.
TIIUS DAY at 12 o'clock,
Entitled to debenture.
47 hlids. St. Croix RUM,.now landing from sel9,
Tryal, of high prpof and fine' flavor.

St. Croix Ram.
On TTUESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
Unavoidably postponed from yesterday,
Now landing, entitled to debenture,
80 hhds. prime St. Cr-ix RUM, of one planta-
tion, noted for its fine flavor and high proof.

THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
Will be sold at Public Auction, at Store No. 3,
Cential street,
27-2 prime.St. Domningo il-y HIDES,just landed.
Vn s'sLcacntiA 5VI-ex- at .-A.tI, 'clck

BY JACOB PEA )BODY & CO. At .V AVID FoA n-st at n's Office,
... ../I-S, flAV ,.kAt DAVID ,oaSAITHS Office, -
S'DAYst12 olok, --. 4, CO.wVJIESySTI.l2ET,
tPotp Sed fiom Thui d A mi A lareat valiahbe lssortment of house Fir.
I o bbla. FLOURi f .... t'P10l uIaaius; 4ladies'V*O'k Stands;
I 'A.FL 6 W Light Stands; 6 PoRiM-ire-Witlng-AcSks
BY T. K. JONES & CO. Book Racks ; 6 Secretaries ; Dining, Card, and
Si common Tables; Hair Cloth and eomnmon Sofas;
Fur Seal Skins from New Shetland. 14 Feather Beds; all kinds Bedsteds ; Fancy and
Oni TUESDAY next, common Chairs "; Looking Glasses ; fine Entry
At Russia-zwharf; Lamps ; elegant Time "Piects ; -, elegant Guns -
Immediately after tie sale of ship O'Cain's Skins, Portable Writing Desks ; 1 elegant (4recian Tai
6,600 Fur Seal Skins, of prime quality and ex- lie; Hnair and Moss Matrasses ; Crockery, China
cellent order; 60 I lair Seal Skins. These Skins and Kitchen Furniture, &c. tce.
were tsken by Nantucket vessels, at New Shet-
land, are now on boaid sloop Hawk, where they BY RTI, kKE & CUNNIN!-lg AM.
can be examined. She will be at Russia wharf on Oriial Paitigs from E rope.
the day of sale, and will land' them at any conven- Original Paintings, from Europe.
ient wliai f. Oji THURSDAY *28th inst. at 9 o'clock,
.. ------- .c the Gallery oer the .V'e .flaket House, Brat-
Valuable Sales of UTited lates Stock. A truly' splendid and valuable collection of
Valuao le St ales of tinled States s Ctok. ORtGINAL PAINTINGS, upwards of 250, all
Pursuant to a Resolve of tit Commonwealth of in handsome flrauics, comprising the works the
Massachusetts, passed on tile llth day of June, most eminent Painters, from the thirteenth centu-
1821, tie Treasurer of the said Commoniwaaith ry to the present period, from ihe Italian, French,
will case to be offered thn' sale at Auction, at Dutch, German and Enuglish Schools, by the fol-
Merchittat Hallt in Boston, atl2 o'clock, .X. on lowing masters
WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of Jutne inst. Pa-il Veronese, Pausin Mu-illo, Parmegiano,
A Certifleats of U. S. 6 per cent. deferred Carel du Jardin, Rosa daTivo!i, Paul Brill, De
Stock, so called, the original amnout of which Heem, Titian, Vander Menilen, Old Wyck, Poe-
was our hundred auld sixteen thousand, two hun- lembinrgh, ltysdael. Le Seur, Bassan, Cuyp,
dred and sixty-seven dollars, and tile real par v;ue Storeils, Lanicret, Van Osterwyck, Giotto, Hems-
of wich ewill bie ninety-six thoustaid, and nilety- kirk Bredel, Zucharelli, Andrea Pozzi, Teniers,
t/,ree dollars itnd .inicty-seven cents, oi thie at Rubens, Brughel, )omneiichino, Francesse.a Iol1,
Jhily next, alter paymniut on account of the same CCaypel, aIalamnedes, Vernet, Guido, Ohld Franks,
shall tien be receiviad ; pro-tid tle sase al ea del Sarto, Bossehiaert, Velasquez, Van
not be disposed oi at a less rat tlhat one hunm- (eme, Bapt;sle, Fytt, Daldini, Mignon, Laing
dred aid two dollars lsor everv hiunltred ii liars of I ,' y aker, Scarlet, Gerard Laresse, Canal.htti,
thie real pari value of sidil Stock. FThe said CertliT- Voivrvmaus, Bachuivsuim, Rembrandt, ,Cara'i,
cate of detle'rred Stock entire, to lie assisted, and Homigank, l'cruglno WamteRan, Vanderwers; VAR-
paid ior on the second day of July next. dirvehle, Perunzzi, Sahlator Rosa, Claude, Vandvk,
W'uITL LIAM COCIIRAN, .iuct. Otho Masseus, Graaf, Grilier arratt, Bamboc-
O-ilThose Prite,-s waho publish the tla-w.s of the i. Ricci, I lardlime, Shliaw, Van Tnlden, &e.
Commonmtealth, are requested to insert this adver- T'Ie < alll:ry will ie open every day until the sale
tisement in their respective .v'ewspapers. (from 9 o'cloei until sun set. Adnmittance and Cat
Ftr Seat Skins. alonee. 25 cents.
Will be sold at Public Auction, at S onington, Con. Tickets of admission during the whole time of
on fIHURSI)AY, 21st inst. exhibition no on ie ,lay of sale, 50 cents.
The Cargo of brig Etneline, from Nrw S!et- Sheriff's Sale.
land, comsistili; of aliut oli.000 prime salted Fur ei if's al, ,
SEAIL SKINS, in good order. SUerFFOLKu, ss. Boston, 2dT June, 18291.
... LSO... I h e tIltaken on execution and shall offer for sale -at
'The said brig EMELIXE as she Public euendne,on the preinises, on MONDAY,
at-rive io fro l sel,',oprpered and copper i the2 d day of Julv next,
fastened, of n le liund -ed and nitiet ons Thc eight) in l qi ty of redemption which Eli-
borthen. Termsatsale. siha Clapp, Jr. basin and to the following deserti-
ed .lortgagdl real estate, viz :-A certain lot o f
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, I laud, calIl-d the westerly dlivisi.mi of land at Powasr
SAM:iUEL F. DENNISON, .2gen'tt. lPoint, it that part of IBoston, called South hoston,
G. TRiU I iULL, conlitauiiNg 12 aiicr'ra andl 30 rods, more ior ess,
Stoningtoni, fune 9, 1S21. boiilded' westerly on landofJohn H lawes; souOthierly
Farmners attend n onn mnilsh lhund ielonging to the estate of the late
DMNI'I'RATEOR'S SALE r benezer Cilapp, deceased; eaiterly on land sit off
Ss lDMINIS' IATOR'SSL I S E.Ii 1cijaoinh Clapp, and nortierlry Ou thile road
To be sold at Public Auction, oil MONLiAY, the iandl lii landi of sahid laws.
ninth day of July eiiinug, onl the p rici csits, .,so-PoWis s POINTr M ish, so called, con-
S Two very valuable FARMS, adjoining each tinii 6 acres sod 3i ?lsdr, OmO, e o aless,bounded
other, situated in Saugus, on the old road lo Sa- iorthiiares onil tle land abovDe described, and on
lemi, distant six miles from lioston, and b-loi.,ii,ig ill of lanes 1 like ; easterly oil land of said
to the estate of Na iillicl l3oyoton, deceasei.- Blake ; so ,itlerl oiln tie sea of salt water, and west
These FaIlis arc well waterei, i te soil excellent, elyI o ,it' uii(if said Hawes, and oni a cove, with-
aisd couitan about ione hundru Iill nd nilty atr --- ti atT,.i'tenaiue. 'th ae abe described prem-
As no( onie will pirchaise betlc.ie i.xaiilnaliouiia lur1- is.-s ligi i IIe saliem moittgs;gd by said Clapp to
their deseciptioii, at present, is ,uonecessairy. S iSitici W.Vehl, by ded (dated 28ith Oct. 1818, and
Sis ELLIS BI)yNT'ON, .1dm'r. '-,.uri.|d in the Suffi;k Registry of deeds, lib.
Sheriff s Sale. f3, l.h '297.
MIIDO ..sex. '.. Natick, AIly 30th, 1821. iN S. WILLIAMS, Dep. Sheriff.
Taken oil mesne IIrocess, alid, to prevent' waste Sale at 1-2 '-tdck.
nmd expense, will be s iild at Public Auetion, at ..............
Natick,on 'I'UESIJAY, the 26th da) of June RE O {V L.
ensuirig, at 9 o'clock, A. M. I RE I l is f d
All thie lock iaod Tools' of the UNION a BENiR C. PREST N inortos hs friends
WHEEL FACTORY COMPANY," c'iosistin i1g cuistiLomeis, both ii town ai1! country
ot a hlrge nniirI of W\Vhe,hof every deicriptiou, that le has removed tllu 105 to 102, Olaige -str'e
finished and ulinished ; it -eat variety of fuibs, tlrue duors ilorth, n the same side of the street
Spokes, and Fellois ; new andi old \Vuah o and i w'heie has for sale, as good an assortment of
Carts; .WV el ,.,rrow3s; Oak ald Pine Log ; "I)tCRUS and "I EDICINIS, as cai be toutoi in
O ik and Pin- l'ai.k anld l,Biards ; 'Timber aoid llotol.,, an.d as cheap. tie iders his thank. to allt
Joist ol'dillerent dini niols ; turned Iron 'umr p i his t *uii r u r ;p ie d .awl to,.ces hopes to aierit
Handles ; Puomp Bomes aild spout, ; turned OIii a co.ltiti,ince.otthelr favors, by a strict and careful
Axltrh't es ; riun iiei; aia d i:- 'imiilied : 1,110 and lri it p r na'i ip i lllitiell-
Sa,.riam.' oxes, v.wu'i- aizeS ; lb.' l'lid latee lri.; wI ohsi peeitsells tha ks toit th il'ctheas
olu IflO 1'u'ni.gs mhll Sis ; thaeksitu's hoha t.mel 1-t (zii, a assures theta
Wiheelvri'l's "lTo, kes NKe. Bly order oh that aIt iis .nlpoulds aie prepared agreeably to
SAAC 'T'IIAIN, Deiut ,heriff lie uluiol.st piproed li a. toacopuias, and tin. t1.,e
j'.The sale will be ofni tile (Coumlpay' pireitsies, rriuctes -lotkou:j will lie paid to I their pre :p-
and continued fromiday to day until all is u!. ta 0m. 5. 6spis Ji 13


S'. RUsssTr.L-You probably recollect see-
i gT in the public. papers, some time since, a
o l-ie'co of poetry, addressed to a friend about
to imarrv a seconi- timee" It was written-
with great elegance and simplicity, and gave
mi a hint for the following
... LINES,
. T a ier W.I' idiw, on entering the circles offash-
ison, soon afterr the death ofiher misband.

.T.A DY, quit the throng, and throw
Those gaudy robes aside ;
*teua-. again the garb of wo,
Nor tve. thy H aicntv's shade.
0 fLady, think how late you hung'
Witih rap-nrc on his arm,
And listened to that voice, which rung
The peal of Love's alarm.
O think how eft y.st fondly met
The g'lanc of that dark eye,
VWhich flash'd with love and dear delight,
Or beain'd with tenderest joy.
0 think how oft, when Grief entwin'd
1Her cypress wreaths with Care,
Upoii his bosom you rcclin'd,
And sought a refuge there.
An:1 think how oft he warmly kiss'd
Away each pensive tear,
And to his manly bosom pressed
Hlis Wi\Fe forever dear.
And then thy smiles would bliss impart,
And softer scenes renew,
And soothe the throbbings of that heart,
Which only beat for you.

And can you then so soon forget
Those dear domestic joys,
And bow a slave at Fashion's feet,
To court a worthless prize ;
And spread thy sex's wiles, to win
Another to thy arms,
To live upon thy smiles serene,
And revel ini thycharms?
It cannot be.--Her injur'd right
Let memory resume ;
And banish those allurements bright,
To weep o'er IfI xai's tomb.
Go-sit beside the marble stone,
And with thy sorrowvs lave
The grass, which scarcely yet has growing
Upon thy husband's grave.
And while Diana's pensive beam
Shines through the willow bough,
Wildly lament the loss of him,.
Who only liv'd for you. ENDYMION.

By the Presiient of the United States.
Whereas the President of the United States is
authorized by law to cause certain Lands of the
United States to be offered for sale, viz :
dent of the United States, .lo hereby declare
und make known that public sales, for the disposal
(agreeahly to law) of certain lands, shall be held
as follows, viz:
At W1ooster, in Ohio, in the first Monday in
June next, for the sale of the thirteen sections of
land in the District of Wooster heretofore reserved
for the uIse of certain persons of the Dle'aware tribe
of Indians, and sudsequently ceded to the United
At Delaware, in Ohio, on the first Monday in
July next, for the sale of twenty-seven townships,
v i. : .
Townships I and 2, north, of ranges 9, 10, and 11
1,2 6,7, 4, range 12
1 to 8, s angcts 13 and 14.
At the same place,-AL-iathS il-datmly-,in -Au-.
uast r sl tlTulic sale o1 twventy-five townships, viz:
i'owushins I to 8, north, of range 15
thto 7, ranges 16 and 17
1,'2, and 3, range 18.
At -Piqua in Ohio, on the first Monday in Au-
gust ext, tbr the-sale of twenty-six townships, viz
Townships 1 to 5, south of range 5
1, 2, 3, 4, 6,7, and 8, 6
1 to 8, "7
1 to 6, 8
At Vincennes, in lndiana, on the third Monday
in June next, for the sale'of the lands belonging
to tlic United States, in tlie tract set apart for tihe
location of private claims, by an act, entitled'" An
act respecting the claims to land in the Indiana
Territory and State of Ohio," passed on the 21st
of' April, 1806.
At Brookville, in Indiana, on the third Monday
in July next, tor the sale of 24 townships, viz :
'JTownships 10 to 16, of ranges and 3
12 16, 4 and 5
At the, same place, on the first ilond3)a in Au-
Tgust next, for the sale of twenty townships. viz:
Townslhips 15, 16, and 17, in ranges 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, and I I
15 and 16, in range 12.
At Tlckson, in the county of Cape Girardeau, in
.Missouri, on the first Monday of Sel:tember next,
for the sole of thirty-lour townships, viz :
Townships 30, 31, 32, ana 33, in ranges 7 to 14 E.
51 and 37, 15.
At the seat of government, in the 'territory of
.Ai kaneas, on the third Monday in September next,
tort' the sale of twenty-one townships, viz:
Townships .5, 7, 9, and 10 S. in range 19 West.
5 to 10 20
6 9 21
8 14 22.
At Washington, in 31Esiassppi, or the first Mon-
day in July next, tor the sale of any lands which
are surveyed in thd District west of Pearl river,
which have not heretofore been offered for sale.
At St. Stephens, in Alabama, on the first Mon-
day in August next, for thic sale of such tracts of
land in tow'cship eight, of ranges 1 and 2 west, and
in township 6, of range 5 west, and sundry other
tracts of land in the District east of Peal I river,
which have not been heretofore offered for sale.
At luntsville, in Alabuma, on the third Monday
in July next, for the sale of the islands in the Ten-
nessee river, and of sundry detached fractions in
townships 5, 6 and 7, of range 1 east, borderic 0 oni
the Ch'_ okee boundary line, which have not been
heretofore offered for sale.
At Tuscaloosa, in Jlataama, on the first Mon-
day in July next, fur the sale of twentv-two town-
ships, vsz:
Townships 15 to 22, in ranges '1 and 2 east.
15 20, in range 3.
At the same place, on the thlid Monday in Au-
gust next,for ltie sale of twenty-three townships,viz
Townships 15, 16, 17, and 18, of range 4 east.
15 and G1 5
15 6
15 to 22 land2nW.
At the same.place, on the third Monday in Sep-
tember next, fotbr the sale of twenty-folbur townships,
vii :
Townships 15 to 22, of range 3 'est.
2 4 ancd 5
15 21 6 and 7.
A. the same place on the third Mondav in Octo.-
er" for the sale of twenty-one townships, viz:
Townships 15 to'21, in ranges 8, 9, 9, and lowest.
At the same place, on the third Mondav of No-
vember nex t, for the sale of '24 torn-iips,'viz. :
Townships 15 to 121, in ranges 11, 2, and 13S \V.
15, 16, and 17 4.
At thie same place on the third Monday in De-
cember next itr the sale of 25 townships, viz:
Tpwnshlips 18 to 21, in range 14 west.
15 21 15, 16 and 17.
Each sale will dl mmence with the lowest num-
ber of lot or section, township, and rauige, and
proceed in regular' numerical order. S
The lands reserved by law for the use of schools,
or for other purposes, will aL usual be reserved
front sale.
Give under my hand, attite city of Washington,
this 19th day oft'April, icn the year '8-1. 8i
B3y the President: d
A. Commisisioner General of Land f0111ce: s

THIS. Boat the ensuing
season will run as thilows,
--from the last Thursday icn
ML 'ay, until the 15th October,
wind and weather permitting.
Going tp the Lake.
She will leave Ogdensburgh, every Thursday at
3 '. 1. Sackets, every ridav at 3 P. M. Han-
f ,rds Lnnding, Genessec, every S.turidav at 3 P. lMt.
And arrive at Le"'istown, on Sunday about 9 A. M.
Going down the Lake.
She will leave Lewvistown, every Monday at 3
P. M1. Genessee Rliver, every Tuesday at 3 1'. M.
Sackets. every Wednesday at 3 P. M. And ar-'
rive at Ogdensburgh, with all possible expedition.
Agents o!r receiving and delivering property at
Lewistown. PORTERi BAnTON & Co.; at lianbford's
Landing, Genessee River, C. A. VA, SLYCe; at
Sockets Harbour, ALBERT CIAt.s; ht Ogdenis-
burgh, Lrva SFXTO.N.
WILLI \ M "1 WAIING, Managing Owner.
may 19 eop3m

5S ) BOXES TIN PLATES, 1-3 ,; 7 (to.
,25 do(. dto. large size, containing 100 Plates
each; 7 do. do. do. containing 200 t'lates eachi
'000 Ibs. Bauca Tin, for sale by MUNSON &
BARNARD, No.17 Central-wha:rf. epif .J 9

F OUR THIOUSAND pieces Short Yellow Nan-
1 kins. entitled to debenture ; for sile by BA-
KER & HOiOGES, No. 30,' lndia-street.
June 9

J. & J. HOWE,
.Ao. 1is5, LON.'G 1.WJ1RF,
AVE now landing froin schooner Hope, and
l_ b. sale,
330 i bls.A'xandruia Mouutain superfine FLOUR,
1,00 do. do. dto. fine do.
46 halfbbls. superfine Flour.
...IN STORE ....
1200 bbl. fine and superfine Howard-street Flour,
100 do. liichmnondl City Mills do.
100 do. Alexandria supcrfine do.
13 hds. St. Croix Rum. June 9

A BALES striped and checked'SEERSUCKERS
-for sale by BAKER i HODGES, No. 30,
ndi ic-street. c June 9

I AVE for salt- at N 24, Central-hliart, land
ing li-in brig George, from New-O.ileass,
42 bales Cottoni
...T aSTOR3...
15 bhhds. St. Croix Rum ; 150 zeroons South
Amecrican Tallow; 2000 Cape de Verd Goat
kkilns; 42 hhds. James River I.eaf- Tobacco;
2000 bbls. fine ssnperfine and middlings Flour
300 keygs.ones's, Barclay's, and Harris's crooked
brand Tobacco superior quality ; 5 i00 kegs No. I
and 2' Tobacco ; 300 kegs and half kegs low pric-
ed, fbor shipping 50 boxes Lump Sugc:r.
June 9

S'OCR sale by VALLEY & FOSTER, No. 8,
Phillips' Buildings, Kilby-street. Jiu11 9

NE HUNDREI) and FORTY barrels for
sale iat No. 15, Codian's-wlharl. June 9

Russia and Rayvew s Duck, Sc.
O f0 PIECES Ravens Duck, Ship and.11ear
mark; 20 bolts Russia do.
80 casks Surinam strained Sperm Oil,
180 boxes Sperm Candles, 1st quality,
2500 lb. Slab Whalebone,
425 bbls. Alexandria (Mountain) Flour,
A quantity of black Bottles, lfor Apothecaries,
2 crates covered Bristol Bottles, gallons, pinits
and qdicrts, Porter gallops, 2 quarts, and 1 quart,
and Soda pint Bottles-for sale by CAtT-
- V:-4GHT & MITCHELL, No. 6, Central-whurf.

H Mo. 21, CE T'1'AL- WHAL.4IRF,
100 bbs. Richmond superfine Flour, of superior
quality, for families and Bakers,
200 do. Baltimore Howard-st. superfine Flour,
100 do. do. do. fine do.
150 do. Susquichannah superfine do.
190 do. dio. fine do.
240 do. Alexanidria superfine do.
50 do do. fine do.
300 do Fredericksburg superfine mountain do.
120 do. middlings do. June 9

T HIRTY thousand from Madras, for sale at 11,
Foster's-whiart. June 2

T HE Copartnership of the sub'cii ir-riij lerelo-
Sfiwe exithineg unel'r thei tfirIc c. A ;i ES POl1-
T ER is this ady d;ssoilvedi .y ,, c <'.tsent. All
persons having detni'nts a.i nst :,id firmi, are re-
quest.'d to present 'lm f'r. it',-ri. :-it: anld those
who iar' idlebted to sI.:Idii ir:, *'c requested' to
make paymentto JAX.tA:s i l:'c 1: ER

V.'iL.,.\.l IlfUltD,
JIA ,i0N t1i-EI).

Ch/iarlestown, .hne 1, 1 1. 1.

Informs his fiends and t'Ie public, that he continio-
lies business t the od stand, a nd haIs for sale, a
general assortmeiitofWest India GOODS, w holc-
sale and retail.
The Copartnersilip hereofbore existing nndcer.
the firin ofSKINNER & HUI)JSS, is this day by
mutual ctonseit dissolved. All persOns halvintg de-
rcii ndi against said fiu-1, are eqnested to present
them for payment ; and Iall persons indelited to
said firm, are requested to make payment toJon"r
SKIsNEnt, and JoiLe Husi.
Charlesiown, June 1,1821.

The subscribers'would inform their" friends and'-
the public, that they will continue the business at
the old stand, under the firm of SKIN NE R &
HIURD, where they ofier for sale, a general assort-
nent of W. 1. GOODS, on reasonable terms.
Charlestor- n, June 1, 1821. cpC5wV

B Mb. 27, 1 )mLA-SrNT-,
H AVE for Sale,
50 casks Dutchi and Am. Linseed Oil,
30 do'. White Lead ; 3 cases Vermilion,
40 bblb.bright Varnish,
4010 kegA Panlas, in oil,
50 Uk'gs refihtd SaltPetre,
6 cases Bengal Indlig; 2 do. Opium,
300 bbls. Gro. Canmwood 3 cases Camphor,
30SO casks assorted Phials,
20(10 lbs. Gallaique Root
4 casks ('r(tami Tartar,
2000 Ibs. Ver-digris,
20 jar;s Caster Oil,
4 cases Gunr Arabic,
3000 lbs. Wood ; 500 lbs. Cudbear ; 10lhhds.Cop-
peras ; '2000 ls.blue Vitria ; Oil Peppermint ; Oil
Ci'naman ; 6 cascs Nlanna ; 500 Ibs. Prus. Blue ;
211000 lbs. Orange l'eal 500 bbls. Rosin ; 40U0
lbs, Sal Soda ; 1000 Ibs. French Green ; 50 bhls.
Venetian Red ; 50 cisks Yellow Ocre; Il hlids.
Pumise Stone ; 4. boxes' Arrow Root.-With sn
extensive and complete assortment of Medicins,
Pairats and Dye Stuffs, wholesale and retail, on
ttle most favorable terms. june '2

OHN F. PRIEST,"No. 6. India.street, has for
t sale, PASSMORE SCYTHES, in lots to
stit pcirchasers.
Li-keswise-a general assortment of IRON and
STEEL, of all kinds and sizes --Cut NAILS,
A all sizes and of a superior quality, fi-om the
ofmesbury Nail Factory Company. 6sp in 12

Oil, Sperm Candles, Whalebone, Su-
gars, &c.
SOS1AII BRADXLE & CO. No. 29, India-st.
Ir hve landing from Nantuclket and Bedford
Consters-165 casks pure Summer strained Sperm
Oil, for lmnins ; 110 casks South sea Whale Oil;
10t,0U lbs. Slab Whalebone; 280 boxes Sperma-
ceti Caudles, pri me quality.
From sch. Ilitty Franklin,
200 bbls. superfine Alexandria back country Flour.
From sloop Lydia,
30 bhls. Sugar House Sugar, of a very .superior
quality; 6f l' oxes Loaf Sugar,
A.'so, a setdof Exchange on London, at 30 days
sight, for 2-25/. sterling. 2mnis June 2

Earthen., China, and Gli.ss Ware.
w- l AICHA 'L MEILEr '& CO. No. 3-2, Union
's street hlie received by the late arrivals-a.
very extensive assortment of Earthan, China and
Glass Ware., which they are selling at their usual
low prices, for cash or approved
ep2mn apri! 14
Stationer, No. 76, State-street,
129 reams supertinie LETTER PA PER,hotpres'd,
40 do. do. FOOLSCAP, not pres'd. The above
is of a superior quality, aud will be sold loiw.
Also, 1000 'bs. BINDERS' BOARDS,
100 reams Royal (Newspaper) PR1INTING-
will be exchanged for West India or Factory
Goods-price b 50 per ream,
50 doz. DAY & MARTIN'S real' JAPAN
BLACKIN G, of all sizes by single jug- dozen, or
ACCOUNT BOOKS, ot allkinds, single or in
sets; BOOKS ruled and bound to auy attern.

SOLE LEATHER. may 5 epsw
OSHUA DAVIS has for sale, at No. 59, Italiawn Sewing Silk.,
1 Broad-street, 84. sidesbest Nortolk Sole Lea- Iri lE Subecriber has ibr sa;e,2 ca-es best Ital-
ther, manufactured by Plume & Co. Also 6 doz. lan Sewinx Silk ; 1 case FIcrentiues : 1 case
CallSkins. juet. 2 grilt Buttons, Ribbons, &c. &c. which pill besold
low for cash. Chambers 56 Cornhill.
,New-England Rum, Flour, 4c. iavy 5 eptf BENJAMIN DOW.
O RPHEUS HOLMES, No. 5, Fish-street, of-
fers for sale, TobacCO, lice, CoGtto, ('C.
100 bbis. Richmond City Mills superfine Flour, IlN1O sale by R. G. SHAW, now landing, 41
fur family use ; 50 bbls Mess Pork, hlilids. prime James River Tobacco, selected
1500 Ibs.Slab'Whalebone, lor tite French market ; 150 casks Rice Slad 50
50 bbls. fine blown Salt, of superior quality, h bales of prime N. O. Cotton, suitable for' mani-
6 hales Cotton Cloth, lacturers. ...IN 1STOIOE...
New-England Rum, constantly or. hand. Castile Soap ; sweet Oil in casks ; old Sicily
.4lso, as above-a general assortment of West Tinde ; 2010 Ips long yellow Nankeens, of best
India Goods. June 2 quality ; 4 cases German bleached Sheelings,Fae-.
T'o Let--The large Brick House, corner of Fed-
JONATHAN CARLTON, eral-street, lately occupied by Mr. Sam'l Park-
Nio. 6, BhY"S-1VJRP.Pn. man ir. June "2
SH AS bfor sale--Cotton and Wool Machine Cards,
11. best quality, RE1OVAF L.
SO boxes Cotlon and Wool Cards, T|OHN ROSS, Tailor, hlas removed frem Marl-
20 sacks best live Geese Feathers, part small, v boro'-street to nearly the crner of Franklin-
20 casks Card Wire, No. 20 to 33, street, where he will be happy to see aiis old cus-
12 boxes Caster Oil. 8p June 2 tomers, and as many new ones cis will favour him
Switch their custom. Mr. Ross avails himselfof the
BST11 TUlBS. present opportunity of expressing, his gratiltlde
SOSEPII P. BRADLEE, No. 12, Butler's-row, for the very libc ait support he has had, iand begs
p has for sale-i'O painted BIATHI TUBS. it may still' be continued ; 1h assures them that
June 2 every exertion shall be used to accommodate their
wishes. Prices inre moderate for i 'voik of the
a1IRRORS. same quality, than at acy principal shop in town.
iAVE received by the London Packet an ele. TT-AS constantly on hpwli at hie Manu'iactory
gaullt assortment 6f Convex Mirors. Also, hy,-j}-j No. 27, Newblury-st-eet, lBoston, a large a;-
lte Galaxyt inm eHavre, a large number of the ortiment of Block Tin Waie,
best of Paris Plates of all sizes, which with their
braner Stock they offer tfor sale as low as caln be
putche.ised els,-w're' r (t, 1c1,i' *

Fresh Goods for Casi. \
it A-Vo. 13, .KI,B1Y-STREET,
AVE just received aarge and general assort..
ment of Fresh iapoited EUROPEAN and IN- vi':--Block Tin T'ea Pots; co. 'io.i i 'ti o
DIA PEICE GOODS. do. Wasbi Bowls and Ecwes ; do do. T'uniblers;
Also, on hand-A complete assortment of Amer- do. do. quartand pint Beer Pots ; do. do. Lamps,
iean Ginghams, Stripes, Checks, Bedtickings, with a general asseorltent l'Pewter Ware.
Brown and Bleached Shirtigs and Sheetings, Sat- N. B.-The ahove articles are warranted to be
tinets Cassimeres, Bcoadcloths, FIunnels, -arns, of thet best mater-ils andu orkuantship--alsu,
Thread, &c. &e. which are offi-red low lor cash. cheaper than at any other manu april 21 Saw8w u i'archt 24 eptt

Broadcloths (and hIerseymeres. Green Gauze., GCrtpes, Ribbolns, i c.
NAo.-54, CORVHILL, -_ Ao. 14, CO -,/VjLL,,
CORNERi OF COURT-STL'REi.T, HtAS received per Florida,
AVE received a good assortment of superfine Green Gauzes, Wiilow Sheets,
amd common black, blue and mixed Broad( Black Lustring Ribbons, Elastic Garters,
l- ths and Kerseymeres. ./.t's-Vestings ; white Na.3.. to..I, Kid Gloves,
striped and colored Jeans; black and white Silk No. I iand Lt fringed Sat- Blh.:k Crupes,
Hose; Silk, Kid and Beaver Gloves; Cotton Cam- tin th. Wide Silk Braids,
bries ; Cambric Muslins ; rish Linens; Linen cL':i- Green Crapes, Best plain back Silk
bries; Cravats,;Flag Hldklf.; 'team loom Shirtiniis French Linen Pocket Ve-ltiig,
Dimoties; French black and colored Crapes ; Rib- lldkfs. BlahnFk Fans, with ebony
bions, bet. ./[so, per Galaxy, sticks,
Likewise--t case superior Nankin Crapes; 3 Merino Ildkis. and Ic- Whilte Crape do.
do. do. Canton do.; Synchaws; Sarsncts ; Fancy dispensiblhs, Elegant gilt S.:'tin d(i.
Idkfs ; Florences ; Levantines ; superior ar blk 5-4 back Silk Hkkfs. of Frenchl Hooks aniu F es,
ilk Hdtkfs, all of which will lie sold lov for cash. superior qu.,lily, &c. &c.
many 8 eplm Si!k Hose andt Gloves, 6w nay 1I

Merino Shawls, Scarfs and H1dkfs.
r'HOMAS GI6100S ATKINS, No. '9, M'arl-
Sboro' st. opplusie their Old South, las just cre-
ceived-2 cartoons Merino Shawls ; 7 anii 8-4 do.
M-rino whole and H IIdlkls. ft'inge ; do. imita-
tion lrino Slawcls; 5 do. IIlldkfs.; 1 case elegant
fiRnruid awi plaid Garniture Kibbons ; 1 case 4-4.
bIiff Camnbri; Priints ; a few legant Merino Scarfs,
(i-4- bv 14-4; Italian Crapes,ofall colors; black and
Iwhitr Silk lose i 1 case French, Beaver and Kid
GlI(ves, tek. June l"

Leighorns and Silk Hose.
oa". 'N ,o. 59, Market-street.
Hlcs just received 1 ecse fresh iniported Leg-
horns; 1 case men and women's black, and white
silk Hose, (very heavy and large sizes ) Also,
merino Fringe; 4-4 merino IldkIs., orange and
s iuaVe't ,Cinict, kSe. .lune 9

RtDILEY & BLAKE, No. 28,-Coruh;ll, ave
'. recently received a prime lot of kilh. di'i-d
liv Geese Feasthers ofan excellent quality. Also,
Russia Geese, bulf Down. and corimin) Feathers ;
together with an xtensi e assortment of Look-
ing Glasses ; Cabinetand Chair Furniture. All
of-vwhich will be sold at unusually low prices.
,n,e 9
UST received, and for sale
./t Ac-. 7A CORJvlIJLL,
2 cases CRAPE SHAW IS.
1 do. do. MANTLES. '".9/0,
I case 7-8 LINEN', which will be sold low.
JTune 9 A.sp C. J. AD \ MS.

BT.',ANTED to contract for a quantity of Spruce
/ Timber, suitable for A Cobb Wharf, of a
bout 100 feet in length and 40 feet wide, averaging
about 9 feet ii height, to blie erected near the town's
land at South Boston. Proposals will be receive.l
b" I lhe cilbscribet s for the Timber, or fior the build-
in'g and completing said wharf.
BENJ. RICH, Committee.
F ROM 1000 to 1200 perch of diniention Stone,
for the contemplated W\ork Ilosec at Souith
Boston. Appilicalion toibc i-roatle to the subscribers.
JOI N Il'l' LOWS, -
BRNeI. RICH, 6 Conmmittee.

'S UST received bv'SUMNER & MERRLMIXM,
ef No. 36, Cornhill, 4 cases 4.4 hIish LINENS,
very fine, which they offer for sale very low.
june 2 4sp

Gauze and Siumner Flannels,
ORACE DRAPER, No. 59, Market-street,
has just -reccved Iy lthe Rasselas-2 bales sc,-
perfine GAUZE ald summer FL.ANNELS, 4-4
and 8.4 wide, at wholesale and retail
c-rc-h '2R im

No. 68. COR.IIILL,;
AVIT juss received a fresh assortment of art-
ticles in the Upholstry line. Enimbossed
and'watered Moraens, various qTaiities and colors;
siuperfine 7-8 and 4-4 Bed t' ickings; ball and
common Fringes and Bitdings.
Likewise on hand-live geese Feathers ; conm.
do ; Feather Beds ; flair Mattresses ; Moss do ;
Pew Cushions, &e. if may 19

TR OWLAN D'S Macassar Oil; Oil ofOrange,and
elegant Pomatum, in pots. Just received by
the London Packet, Capt. Tracy,.the above ele-
gant articles, for promoting the growth of the hair.
The virtues of the Oil stand unrivalled-it is pat-
ronized by the Royal Family, and by all the Nobil-
ity and Gentry of Eur-ope. A Treatise on ithe
Hair, giving a full description of the Oil, &e. is en-
closed. For sale by J. P. HALL, No. 1, Union.
so'eet.- A-large discount to Country Traders.
may26 6tp

B. BINON, Mannfacturer of Calcined Plas-
4-* ter for Manure, returnsJiis thanks to his Ag-
ricuiltural patrons (or their past encouragement,"
andl informs them and the public, that hie litas re-
duced his price to fifty cents per bushel, in order to
enable a greater unmi"ber of Farmers to try the ex-
periment of using Calcined Plaster for Manure.
N. B.--Plaster for Stucco boiled or calcined, of
the best quality ever used in Boston, at S1 25 per
bushel. 9w may 5

CUMMINGS & HILLIARD, have for s:,le
s TIIERIMOMETERS, of varinust sizes, of
English M canacture, and of those Manufactured
by i M. Follock, ot this town, warranted of the
first quality.
Byron's New Tragedy.
Dr. Cha0nning's. Dudleian Lecture. June 12
State of New-Hampshlire.
RocKINtIn 1t, us.
.J] OTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
jI have been duly appointed by thle Hou. Daniel
Gookin, Judge of Probate, for said county, Com-
missioners to receive, examine, and adjust all the
claims of the creditors to the estate of Squiers
Batchehler, late ofDeerfield, in said county, deceas.
ed, represented insolvent, under the administration
of Jeremiahl Bachelder; that we will attend to the
duty of our appointment, at the dwelling house o f
said Jeremiah Bachelder, in Deerfield aforesaid, lhe
first Siturdays. of August, Stplember, Octobe-, and
November next, tio ni 9 o'clock, A. M. to 6 P. M.
on each of said days.
XWILLIAM GR \VES, -. Lom'rs. .
.Dee'/field, Jlifay '?6, I '. 6w

N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber has Ibee- duly appointed adminis-
trator to the estate .of
late of Newton. in the county of Middlesex, gen.
tleumn. deceased, intestate, and has taken upon
himself that trust, by giving bonds as the law di-
rects. All persotis, having demands upon the cc-
iate of tihe said deceased-are reuttired to exhibit
the.same ; atd all persons, indebted to the said es-
tate, are called upon to make payment to
WIL ,AM IP. MASON, 'dministrator.
eiu-tlon, .May 31st, 1821.

N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber -as been tduly appointed adminis.
tratrix, to the estate of
late of Cambridge, in llite county of Middlesex,
yeoman, deceased, intestate, and has taken upon
herself tlsat trust hy giving) bonds as the law dli-
A ets. All persons having demands upun the es-
tac -if tIhe sai d deceased, are requir'cdi to esshibit
thni same ; and all persons indebted to lhe said es-
tate, arte called upun to make pnaymenit to
MARY PARKS, .,cdi-.
f'oapt,!ii<.!c, .TJune 2, 1821.
; O)ICE is hereby given,, tlat the
'i sunserlcer has bee n duly appointed adminis-
trator to the estate of
late of Neton, it)n the county of Middlesex, yen-
ian, deceased, i.tes'ateanid late taken upon himself
that trust y giving bonds as the law directs. All
persons having demands upon th- estate of thue said
deceased, are reqilreo io exhibit .lie same; andi all
persons indlebted to the said estate, are called upon
to make paymentt to
A'e-t-lon, June 1, 1821.
ORP one r rnore years, and possession givcn
tie tlth of t'uly next, acommnnidious WaVtirf
and Stores, near Fort-Hiill now in Ilie oceouptiun
iiMessrs VWi. It. SwellXt & Co. 'The depti o'
water and proxitnity tothecentre oflbusiaess r Lendirs
tll situation v-itible, either for a nne-chant -aexln-
siv-ely ennge.l in iavicgaction, or li' ee incom ut- lo
beI derivdil irom tiaosinit tade-. Alpi!tv o W M.
SHIMM WN, No. 'O, Stcate-strm-t. Jiu: 9

United States of .m0neritca,
DIS D rCTr or MaSSAcutsTTSr ss.
ptURSUANT to sundry warrants from tlhe 1`on.
John Davis. Esq. Judg.- -'f the District Court
of tie United Staics for to l distriCt aforesaid. I
I reby give Publie Notice .at Infori:atiuns have
beet. filed beftbrethe sacidl Jude by George BIlake,
Esq. District Attorney of' the United States for this
district, against certain Goods,Wares and Me,'ciha-
dlize, to wit:-
Oe huudrednd indthirty-nine puncheons of Rum ;
three puncheons Rum, nmaiked 'respectively 348,
377, 31 ; tOur Puincheons oit Brandy-, te pipes of
Branduty-all s-liz:d sr' an alledgt-d violatiLo if thee
laws af tlie UCited States.
Trial will In, had on said Informations at said
District Court, at the United States Couirt RoOm,
iu Boston, ou thi, Ibnlith Tuesday of Jucne current.
A 11 persons interested, will take notice and gover.i
themselves accordingly. Dated at B'ston, this
eighth day of June, in the year eighlteu lhuircd
and twenty ocne.
SAMUEL D. HARRIS, ./Iarshal.

Collector's Notice-Otis.
OT''c E is hereby given, to the nocn-resident
p-roprietors anid-owIners of land mn tIle town
of Otis, county of Berkshire, and Commonwealth
of MassachustLts, that they are taxed in the seve-
ral bills committed to the subscriber, for the State,
County, Scho6l,- Town, Miniister, and School
House Taxes, for the year 1819, in the following
sums to wit:
Persons Anames, JTuaes.
D. c
David Bates' heirs, 1
Jacob Bates, --- 1 11
'lhnnias Petton, 3 44
Robert Kilbourn. -. 1 11
Wiells' heirs, -' 5 54
Tlhomas Wters, 86
John and Stephen Babcock, S3 06
Spencer Cuark, 76f
Saiucuel Hoadley, 1 15
Jois, phV.Brownasagent for the State of' g 21
Coinnctieut, for James D. Walf's farm, 5
Moses Wells, 4 93
P'aul Whitney, 2 59
Lot No. 24th Slt range, 55
Lot No. 14th, 3d i o. 5
Lot No. I 1th, thil, do. 81.
Lot No. 10th; 9th do. 84
Lot No. 14th. 5th do. 56
Henry Spring, Lot No. 12lth, I lth do. 1 0.4
Lot No. 1 Sti, 3d range, 94
Lot No. -15, do. do. 94
David SN 'part of'26th '2- dt0. 5
Sylvanus G. Mtorley, 4 16
Joel Smith, part Lot No. 12th, in tLe Oth ,5
range, and part of %Co. 1Ilth,in lltlh do.
South end of Lot 10th and llth,in thie 06
I Illh range. -
Eli Snow's heirs part of E.D. Wolf's farm 1 80
12. acres, 80
George Thomas, part of E. D. Wolf's? 90
farm" 6 acres, -. 5
No. 5th, 4th range 35
If no person slall appear to discharge slid taxes
and all intervening costs on or before Monday tlhe
i0lh day of August next, at ten of the'cleock in th,'
forenoon, so much ( the.lbfoiesaid Land as will be
necessary to pay said taxes and all intervening
costs wil' be sold-at public action as thle hiw di-
rects, on said day at the Inn of Bavil Seymour,
Esq. in said -Otis.
EBER JONES, Collector.
Otis, lay 24, 4t

Collector's Notice- THinsdtle.
"rOTICE is hereby given, to the inon-resident
-proprietors, or owners of the fIllowing
lots and parcels of Land, lying and situate in the
town of Hinsdale, county of lerkshire, Common-
wealth of Masssachisetts, that they sare- axed in
bills committed to me the subscriber, coil-.'tiUnr T'of
taxes for said towni, tr the year 1820, in the bills
or the State, County, Town, School, and lMinister,
in the respective sums following, viz:

5 t

Persons names, n). 1). c. 1). e. sD. c. D.C.
Oiiver Paranidge, 342 1782 .3 21 3 9. 8 8 07
Oliver ,Voolet, 113 829 3 58 4 83 1 07 9 78
Williamni Liffingwvill, 400 3560 11 50 13 71 3 02 53 23
HeiiesofThoniiisoinBkxter.17 870 3 56 4 42 1 03 9 01
JIoslmi and Israel Tuffs, 195 1404 4 18 5 19 1 15 10 S2
Jo, Case, 2s5 180 30 55 05 71
Sanmieland R. Peek, 30 150 25 s1 07 63
Lemele Isham, 10 50 06 It 04' 21
Ira Stone. S0 274 64 75 15 1 57
Timothy Matier, 1d0 440 74 9S 21 1 87
Do. forI 1819 and school' t -0
tiD. for s09, a ol10 440 1 25 95 15 2 35
23 28
And unless said taxes and all necessary interven-
ing pl.urgcs are paid to me the subscriber,'on or
before Monday, the 2d day ofhJily ncxt. at .one iof
the clock, in tseafternoon, I s ehun sell at Public
Vendue, so miueli of said lots, as will pay sail taxes
and chaI'ges, at tLtie house of John '1. Mack, icn
Hinsdale, at said time.
Ilinsdale, .Mlay -28,1821.
Collector s Notice-- Winsr '.
"TOTICE is hereby given to Lihe l-! ",- '
.Lj' prnopietors of lands lyi'-, h t..n ,,i
Windsor, in the county :.) :1 3iC.Islsh ti:a- "i i
lands are taxed for State. Cunt t'r., a:
ister taxes for the year- 1820, as f, ,; -

Non-residents Names. n.
Hosea Merrill, 13 t 76 1 50
Eri Hlorsford, 41 1 50 0 44
Elijah Hrown, 100 1 r6
William Callson, Jun. 70 0 7'r
Jose-ph \'V. Brown, ioI 0 7.5
Selh Grosvenor's lHeirs, 300 6 :35
And unless said taxes with intervening charges
are paid on or before the fourth udaN of July niet.
so much of' said land will be sioldi a P'ublic Vvcr.die,
at. tle house of 6eorge Nlonk, Inun-keeper, in said
Windsor, at ten o'ol'ock, in lthe lbrenotm of sidl
(lay, as will be sufficient to discharge the aloresaid
taxes and all intervenling largest.
I incisor, faiy 24, 1821.
Collector's Notice-Douglas.
PSHE subscriber eilhector ofltaxes in tLh town
g of l)Dougks, county of WXorcestcer, and Com-
nmouwealtht of Mcssachusetts, for thle yeau"' iS ,
liereby gives notice, that taxes against tIi fltlow-
ugi persons as non-realit'nits, are conilin-d ie t'.i-
bills cIelh'red him tLr collection ibr scid aeai',
viz:- Acc.'. ets..
lt!aniel Comscock, .- -100 68
fliccuel Siblev 14 :4
,hihn Tilley, -199 544
loses Putcacm, 114 136I
FrcciicisB ireland iand others, 60U9 306
.loihn 1oblins, 94. 17
Marshal's lHeirs, 121 3.10
Ezra Stone, 30 15.1
J,'remiah Mensy, hid) S;
'icah l Steans, h0ii 511)
Heirs of Amos Pcrks, 170
Vesteni Hutd, 1t10 51
Daniel liunt, 61 51
Jnlcn Alger, ,I 16
Josephl Elliot, "0 136
Riaulad Hliles, t- Io 17
Joseph Clhace's heirs 12 ".'c
And unless thIe same shall h,,ve been previ..ic i
paid, lie will sell at public venldut,at tlih,: Dw'lli:g-
house of Paul Dudley, in said uouglas, on tle -it i
dlvAcf. uly next, at'il o'clnck, P. c.. so moch of
each of said lits of land as will pa tlhe taxes set :-
gainse the same, with all i:ce- sc"sry ili'trvening
elturges. BENAIAH MORSE, ('Constable.
u'la-/is. May i6, 1821.
N OTICE is hereby givcn, that tihe
tiltrsubscriber has beeci duly appointed adminis-
trator to tice slate of

late of" Concolud, in tlhe county of Middlesex, cloth-"
icer, diecce'iscd, invesiate, anti has taken upon him-
scl'thii trusclt ly giving bolis ns tie law d'cuct.s.-
A II pIrc(ins licl'i,'l dl-imanudis 1upon the estate-', lite
said Mintu, are re'quircd to exhibit the same ; anid
alt persons indc-ibtd to thie said estate, are cClled up-
ion to mnakue p inrit tto
TI'.LY MIERRICK, .din'r-.
Conccd, fiJune 6, 1821.

MARSHALL BURNHAM respectfully in-
i. forms the.Ladies and Gentimen, of Boston.
that lie has taken a room No. 34, Hanove"-street,
and will open for classes, on TUESDAY May'29,
I e solicits those who wisli to become well qualified
in this important and polite accomplishment, to call
at Mr. J. Cart.'ir's residence at the above number,
where satisfactory information will be given. The
limited number to a class beiigtwclve, atfords a rare
opblr'tun ity. An easy elegant Running Hliand and
Pen-making iistrucited.
Names left with Mr. Callender, at the Shak-
speare Circulating Library, '25, School-street, will
meet wiLh attention, where specimens may be seen
Mid l ie terms, ,c. miade known. Hlours for morn
ing (Class, 5 to 7 o'clock-tor evening. Class, 5 to 7,
P .. may 26
A CO MPLETI E assortment of gold and silver
evedi, siperfine and Whitcd Chapel Needle.,
shlarps, blunts and between, froitn the most ap- .
proved Makeo, constantly for sale by :DW .ati)
ELIOT, No. ?,South Row. 3Sm march 24
Real Estate, for Sale.
A COUNTlRY seat in Dorchester, 3 miles from
the Old South Meeting house, Goston--con
training 11 acres of Land, it a high state of calti'v:.
tion, and well stooken with choice fruit trees-a
well finished H-louse,44 by 40 lf-et, large and con-
venient kitchen, witun pump. with oodand never
hailing water--a wood-house, asid large and conven-
ient-stable, with other out-houses-Said 11, acres
has a good handsome stone wall on all sides-Lhe
said house is owned andil occupied by Most. Is-
sia:, and it is presumed ton well-known to ieed a
further deseripticn. -It nim:y be examined at any
time by calling at said Ihouse. For further particu-
lars, please inq ie uo the eo'-.' pant, ori ,f ISAAC
CLAPP,?No, fi, 'roacl- irc; t. June 9
STTI'.TjU.- HJ.A"1\"IED.
SYOUNG-Man who is tnerlecetly acquainted
a with his business, wishes a situation in a fam-
ily, to do the gcneradl wvrk,- and professes to be
a capable driver of a carriage. A line addressed
to A. B. and left at the Cetntisel Counting Rooin,
will be punctually attended to.-Good recom-
merdations, if required. June 9
J OST from a Chaise, on Saturday afternoon
A last, somewhere about tow a n,and, prob'tblybe-
tween the north cod of Front-street, and the Store,
of.l. 1). & M. Williamis, ou die Ne,;k, a Plated
Axle CAP, marked Ceiling's Patent," and a
sniall Li ch 'Pi T'he finder willcn etcr a fiva r by
leaving both or either of them at NII.ES' Livury
Stable, Hawley-striet. ,Tun' 9
NTRO1P.il the Subscriber, in Medflord, on Saturday
[L last, c bright Bay MARE,dark Mane, about
five years old, pretty flete upon the trout. Whli-
ever will return said Mare to the sulbcriber, shall
bIe haIndsomely rewarded. SE' ELLPIERCE.
Midford, Ju-,e s, 1821.
A ND possession given immediately, a FLOUR
a'ntid BAKE M-OUSE, siuated in Warren-
street. For furtlcerparlieulars, inquire of 1IUGil
oltMSlY, on sal T,.,. '',iss. June 9
Boarding a few miles from Boston.
F FEW Gentlemei and Ladies can be aecom-
A i. mJodatedwith. Board, i, a pies'.lnt situation,
goo,.l society, andil wvle'e. th.-re are no children.
For partieLCirs inqiiire at the Cuntiel Cournting
Itoom. Jne 9

A WALLET, or small Pocket Book. oil u Thurs-
A. dqvl atfteUroon conltainiig about I18 dollars, and
a (luarter of a ticket intl:e last class oftS. B. Lot-
tcry, No. 597-1, Iboight at J. Kidder's office. The
fiolifve rig bills are riecoll eted-I five dollar bill on
the .Vasnsachinsetts bank, I fis, dollar bill ou the
Pacific bank, Nanticket.
N.B 1. The person who returns the 'nney shall
be entitled to 5 dollarss. W. L. .V; r IELE,
June 9 New Marlet, Elmn-street.
FE',IALR of respectabiiity w'sies an oppor-
tj unity to go to Europe, as alc assistant in a
e.tleman's fianily, or vill engage as a House-
keeper in tiwuii or.c untry. The country w. be preierred.' A line directed to HI. M. and left
at the Centinel Counting Room,willbe attendee to.
F''o Sule: Oeic third of a TOMB in the Gra-
nary Burying Place. Inquire as above.
June 9
fyANDSOM.11E accommodations for a family,
.may be had iab ut five miles from Boston.-
inquire at theCentinel Cicuntiiig Room. June &
T" TANTE) to hire for three years 31000 for
N* whilh security will bi given in real Estate.
Anly person whio will lend thut sum, will release di-
rect a line to R S, stating where he may be found
and leaveine it at lihe Centinel IJounticsc Rorom,
ivill meet with attention. istuhe 9
LIGHT travelling second rand Carriage, with
/ij slatedd tlariesses, and N.euts lor the Horses
'iiOpl',te In gIol repair lbr a jotriey-it ay be
iou..t :,uelt i i under its value. .;.d is :ell calculated
i c .;" a eni l..!r-, in tle con>cr>, fo>r i is famitivi.-
p'v to JAMES GOD)AliL), Carriage Maker,
-t -: t cet, oppo-ite thl Mall. episSw m '26
4 UWVF.LLING House and Shop in Newbury
-- street, No. 75. For term-s applh, to Mr.
SA \IUEI.L )DO!It, of Boston, or thel subscriber
in New Braintrie. SAMUEL MIXTER.
Jnne 9
ROIM thIe Slubscriber, in Brooklini, on elon-
,' day, 40th iint. a light red new milk COW,
nc ithi ]i:iidsoile Ib.g, a strap round liir neck, and
holcs it the end lof iher horius, live v-years old. Wil'o-
ever wi!l i eturn .-.id Cow to the stibscric.ier-, c.ar
(he Punchl-bowl tavern, shall be suitablyc- re aided.
'Brookli.ne, .June 0, 1821.
l O ie let, a neat, convenient andl very plea-antly
situiatedl House, containiug ten rooms,' with a
St ilhcc, cmnveniet't O:;t-bo;s;es, a.d a good willof
I\'.iter, Garldnc and fruit Tree'-, and about two a-
cres of Land, situatedon ctie Drchc-ster turnpiikei
rnad, six Siil,.s from . recent.v fitted up al i nuwvly p:aperld and painted,
and is in perfect repair'. Aicplh :u S. B \DLAM'S
Ofilec, Ohl Conurt louse. citft ma) St
C')f/,fILL Sq U. .RE,
t)10 be let and imncwldiate possession given, in
( ornlill-siquarei- liat scte of Itnomns now oc-
ccpild by Messas. Hlolbc,,ok 'e Iikxter. Aiso, the
O(ricc lately icui.cicei by (;eirccg Piatke and P.
ll:,iii, Esq's acd one ;: i'r roots, suiable fot ai
Oetice or S,Shlool I Ctonc ting room ic tic rear of Store Noi. 1. Tr"rms
lof renit iil oe miae known ci apply atioc to LANE
& LAIMSON, or 11. I-'. BARIELL, on the pre-
-ii' eptf may 5

4 COIN !!NEN i T P. ;-'. )'c'llicg-llouse sit-
^'\ uatcd i ci 'clinl.st'eet, ecc'ier of (,ic t'5i nor's
,.ll No. i;'.S ccc.''.i cc icisavy 'G
JH'UNP '..L'cD So'";' "1"0 IE I, 1.L.'T.
r'O bc ltore jNo. I, l.onii-whiarf, being one
' ofi the icst iu Hostce. c-ikec ise, a small
gertel H-.iiusiae. un (.canbridc-stc'eet. Possession
<> btorc ,iii 1st Jnilv. Te Ilousc is now va-
cant. A ply to GEO. B. OSO1301{N, corner of
Camibrid-, a.nl Iyd c-st icls :;ptf iaiyl1

N TI''sdiv ev-c:ig last, a paper i-arcel con-
taiciig hills, Menourai uutuia &c. Whoever
.in 5fcuiid the sance, and wi. I.h avc thmiitrtalihe Cen-
ticil Ccounicig IRo'om, or -.'vih lie owner, (as thuy
can be of no iuse t- ay one but himin) shall be sa il-
factoriiyci ewa-dcd, for their trioable. June 2

Phli'ica .,...-le'-cantile....and .clis.ee!aneout.
P[il*!islied ,n i1 ed'ne.ea e au.'! auturldays oy
liENJ.A. !IN It'.bSEiJ-, Publisher ot the Law
of the United States, Printer to the State,and
Prpriietor. at his Ofice, Jongress-trcet--


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