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
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: VID00005
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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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NOTICE. PROVIDENCE ACADEMY,
ffHE proprietors of Charles River Bridge, are p "-RONDUICTED by Miss CALDEi, is established
thereby notified, that their annual meeting wll in tile spacious asd elegant mansion formerly
oldenn t the Ha. o the lssal cserts link wnedby Samtel Snow, Esq. one ard a alf mites
n Boston, on ilUESDOAY, the 10th day of Jaly est from Weyhosset bridge, and is ready for" t"e
".nx t a 10 o'clock, in he forenoon. reception of young Ladies, who will be instruct l:
June23 JOHN SOLEY, ,rop. Clerc., in all the branches taught in the principal Female
Wanted, fo& the intended no se I of Academies itn New ELgialt. i
rv ,U /01' M el t 1 { ~lsMiss Calder trusts that her eonstuit cxcrjl. ,q
Industry, for the improvement of her pniils, will ensure a
TONS 'best Tliber, from 15 to 45 fiet conttinlance of the liberal patronage with which'
~" l. F ]long '>d from 12 to 14 inches square; she has been favored ; for particular recuommenda.
98 00U feet sawed Timber and Joist, qf different tious,she refers to the following gentlemen; whose
dimension's ; 120,000 feet clear and merchantabhk daughters have beeu placed under her care :-
Boards and Plank; 40,0O0 feet Spruce do. do. 'ITRISTRAM BURGES, Esq. .,
,000 feet Oak d. do. SAM. \V. BRIDGHAM, Esq. Proidnc
.d/s8,-6,000 Ibs. assorted Cut Nails, from 4edto HENRY A. S. DEARBORN, Esq. Boston.
to 40d,; 501 casks Tlihomastown Lime. Providence, R. 1. 1.ay 7,1821.
Ail to be delivered at ilostoi during the present 2sptf
Sunmer. '
Any person or persons desirous of contracting A c.d1emv for oiu. <;
for a4l or any part of tbe above mentioned maleri- Alet iemy 10 1) 1.a -s ,
ls, nmr sty In *- I-L t *- .6w., as.)
iaid Houe. DAVID)N CII .I D. o'ee. MISS TUTTLE & MISS SMITH,
: June'3 FR \'L. V'ELl, !l S e -. )ROPOSE to commence a School for Young
ei Ladies ald issueses in Charlestown, on the
7 ; Tombs for Sale. first Monday ol April next.
HEALTH OFFICE, -TE s rPEn aUARTmI,
SOSTO.'V, JUAE 18, 1821. Reading, Writing, Spelling, Geogrtaphy, and
SRDEREi), That thie Treasurer ol his Board plaiin Sewhg. .4
Make Deeds of the remaining twelve TOM BS English Grammar, Arithmetic, and Comnpo-
the Bos.ion Ccmeta'y"' now 'unsold, to such sition, - 6
;. persons as may pq)ly for the same, on or be-fureh ICLTeuTIN THE A.BOVE,
the firstdaynofju!y next, on receiving iherefbr thle History, Rhetoric, and Drawing Slaps, 8
same sum, and on tie same conditinonsas thle other Logic,'Chiemisiry, thle Latin and French I an-
'Tomrbs in sait Cemnetary were sold for, at auction, guage-s, -- -- 10
on the 6th day ofJune inst. reference may may e ad to
-, And the Secretars- is directed to c,,use lthis or- SefereNSe a may e haDsq. Charleston to
tier to be published it the newspapers printing the L Or Dr. AN SR a s PH EL s PBoston.
rules ad orders o thi. Bo IAN. .Appicato fadmiio f admission ito the School, tnay
S I be letk with either of the above named Gentkmen.
AIKIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH., march 3 tf
TilS day 'published by WELLS & LILLY, PEA .MtatSHIP.
SN o. 97, Couirt-stet, t MARSHALL IURNI-IAM respectfullyin-
Memoirs of the Court of queen Eliza- fo rmst eLadies n(G tlmen, n f Boston,
beth By Lucr AIKIy In 2 volumes 8 vo- thathe has taken a room No. 34, llanove-street,
Price S4. June 23 and will open for classes, on TUESDAY May 29,
,AVE RLEY NOVEi1S. (IHe solicits those who wish-to become ,well qualified
WAVERLEY NOVELSin this important and lolite accmpishment, to call
-at AMr. J. Carter's residence at the above number,
TH. THE .J.N'IQU.IRY where satisfactorv iiformatiom will he given. The
S this day published by S. H11. PARKER, 2, limited number to a classbeigtwelve, affords rare
Cornhil, ,:.: .. VI 3 of his superior Edition oppoi teunity. An easy elegant Running Hand aud
of the Jovels. T,,.o .I aimances, of die Aulhor Pen-rnaking instructed .
of WItaverley.. Price S1 50 to subscribers for the Names left with Mr. Callender, at the Shak-
whole set, or t2 00 separate. Subcteribersare re- spare Circulating Library, ., Sclhool-street, will
quested to call or send tor their Books. meet with attention, where speeinens omay be seen
0:1 The Publisher ofthis edition proposes to hive andthe terms, 6c. made known. Hours fori nuorn-
a set of Title-Pages engraved for these works, each ing Class, 5 to 7 o'clock-for evening Class, 5 to 7,
with a different Vignette illustrative of some scene P MA. nmav '26
in the volume ftr which it is intended ; and as eac ---
volume contains an entire work, the reader will A CARD.
have no trouble in being obliged to refer to another DANCING ACADEMY.
volume for thle explanation of the Vignette. DAN L CIN iA D h Y h'id d
'\ The title for Vol.'S has been e.cculed, and ac- D. MALLEE informs his friends and the
companies The Antiquary," as a specinmen of the I' public, that he has formed tn association
plan. The designs wili be tLken from among the with Mr. LABASSEPt, who is an artist of the
best illustrations that, have been published in Enig. highest order in his profession, having been one of
land, and eat pains to the fi st Daners of the Opera House in Paris as
land and ge pains taken to have the engrave tle well as tacer ot the same art to the Youth's of
To subscribers, the price will be 12. cents fo" the fist 'rank and distinction in that city, and also in
each vignette, or; 150 tor the whole s et, including_ a0li tle principal cities in Europe, where lihe has
x* ...t.- t.. 0 tf-n-- ~-. ,T |-. ,-, -;' il ea l.i !.. J ., .. L'.. r ....
"SA, UEL H. PARKER. Mr. MCIxT flatters. himself that by this new
BRoaston, .Tn'e' 3, 18-a. arrangement, he itill be able to give the public the
most lashionable and best style of Duocing wilhich
PRO )OSALeS BY AMOS LAY, Europe can 4tford.
_Author and Publisher ,Jf the late Alaps of the ''he Dancing Room willbekept at Mr. Mallet's,
,1 .Nortlern part ofihe State ofVJeV-York., corner ,f Central Court,, No. 1 Newbury.street.
Upper andLowver Canada, Days of Tuition will be 'nesdtays andTlitrsdas,
r"rOR Revisinig, Coi'eeting, and Republishing, fi'om 3 is the afternoon till 7, tbr young Ladies and
fro the last Authorities and from Actual small Poysv-frotm 7 to 9 o'clock for young Gen-
hom the latest Authoristies and from Actuul tlemen. Terms of Tuition will be $ 2 per quar-
Surveys, a new Edition of his late e thmes Tuiti l be 2 lr i ar-
u ey a ter, nd no entrance expected of those who have
M AP bee-i pupils ,of Mr. Mallet-'S5 will be required
Of the State of Vev-Forkof every new scholar who cannot dance.
Also. coipnisifig a large part of Pensyl-vania and -
w-Jsywiapart onnetit, assc. Fr sale, or will be exchanged for Real
setts, Verminont and Uppecr Canaa. On a Scale of EI(sta tiBsto
Seven Miles to an Inch. NE of the ste i oston,
The size of this Map is four feet four inches Hampshire situated in New-
\square. .It extends front the Canada Lineor 45th ham county of l ockig ated m he town a mile f Wind-
degree of Northb Latitude, south to the city of Cohlnctt's uondtso all, aiid dre lay o ni tie frail
Philadelphia-and from Pititshurg in PePnslvania rdroil I 401'o 1 n to Concord, on hithere
S the west, to ew-avn in ouetiut the is erected a new Grist Mill with two rin of stones,
The Publisher having be en employed for up- 2 bts and an elevator, .and Ias a good hare of
wards of te Pubtyeigr havingtye rs in exploring ad ur- custom-also, a new Saw Mill, which cuts 4.000
wards of- t.enty-eigit yers its exploring attil sii ft boards in a day, and is wiell snoplied with tim-
veVing various parts ot the United States, Upper betr-lsal a r iin a i a1 -s w s lieu with tin-
and Lower Canada, andalso in compiling and pub- Ior'd, ae rip ammer Shop, witlo four forges,
lishinig Maps, which have met with very liberal re'air- so, nfirs ate Grinding ill, for e use
patronage and encouragement, is flattered wi th tile osaid-- shoa, st rate Grinding Mill acre of Land
belief, that a perseverance in has present nnderta- s.said shop, aud oe aid in helf acre of' Lad
k esnoled6 .adljoiniig the sanue-also a lot of Lald, opposite
king to promote andt extend the genera' knowledge nhiil ie same-also, nug lot of Land, oppoitge e
and improvement of his own country, and the ad "'MlI is, couitainig oneacre, wi oa lage new
joining provinces, will entitle him to the confidence- fiised. Those andove Marn thereon, cosuppletd yith
:iofthe public, and suohi share of their patrlnage, as Witer at allseasos oef the year llly supplied wih
the merit Of his labors may deserve. secured ain sesons oe e year, and is exclusively
This Map is.prieted on fine-wove paler, hand- Cobbett's pond, and i about 34.miles fe water fron,
somely colored, and delivered to Sulscribrs, 12 f.om Haverill, and 10 bout Middlesex Canal. Boston
Int the steet, at------------- 6
Mtide prable in a bk 8 joining said Mills is a very convenient piece of
Mounted on rollers ,nd varnished 8 o fr b fuihlding a store, and as it is in the vicinity
rollr Of o1 a ense population, would no doubt be a good
N. h. The Author of the Map begs leave to stand for business. For lerms, &e. apply to
'scquai.,t his frie; ds and the public in general, that JOHN MILLER, Br;oker,
in has late tours through the btale tof New-York June 30 No. 2i, India-sreet.
and Upper Canada, ihe has collected, and is delinea- ________ N _
ting, from the principle Lind Offices, at;d tIher Valabe ea Istate.
ennrrect sources al the late iiiprov.enetsand cor-luable Real Estate.
reactions that will render this Map still more desir- B.OR sale, a Dwelling House and Lot, situated
abl', as the new counties ; f .Ioroe, Livingston within a few minutes walk of State-street,
1nil Erie', with the rout of the Grand Western and coli'tatiing two large parlors on ilie l,,wCr flt.or, a
-- ,.. -C- re crreetle y delineated to 1 82Il. handsome oftlie roorn, large kitchen, ouler kitchen,
-_.-.-'.- .a ore eight sleeping rooms, large yard, garden, wood
V. e have examined ai Mapl ol the state of New- house, barn, &e. ; an excellent well of Water and
York, including the upper part of the State of rl'aiu water cistern. 'Ilie premises are in good or-
tennst'ylvania, published by Mr. Aimos LAY, and it der, and there is enough of saeant land to aimit
pears to us to be accurate, and to contain all the the erection of two handsoi... .1- 'l.... houses,
\ counties up to this time correctly designated, and "itlhoutinjuryto the one n(.w t i .. L. I lie terns
'"o be well worthy ofpubic paltroiage. will be nade accommodating to tfie purchaser.-
DE WVITT CLINTO Goverswr. Inquire at the Centinel Counti,,ig Iom. June 23
JAMES KENT, Chamicetr. -'
JOHN TAYLOR, Lictit. Go-veror. IIOUSE.'l.VD IFURJ VITUlJA TO Ll',T.
SANIIEW ELI OTT / Puf .lath atics, r 1O he let, and may be cetercld thu 10th July, a
1 A.DAJM tV ELL1" llfl, ,- lf it il. AL ve-Vry genteel anil pleasant Dellig-hnii,e,
M. VAN IBUREN, late Asttornet General, ready furnished, with Garden, Stable, Cows, and
S. VA.V' RENSELLA.It. late .ieut Gowrinor. every convenience iiti immediate use. It will not
ItOBIERT ITROU,', .dILgent to the Puiluiey, Estafte. lie let for more than three months-situated in
JOIN T.. IRKL .AN. -,~ President of l'favartl the niew of the Harbor, 2 miles from State-street.
S. it A ,, Univl it Inquire of ISAAG lMcLELLAN, Esq. CentrIl-.
DANIEL D TO1MPKINS, Vice P'residnt. wharf. Jine130
"W. W. NVAN NFnfS, .Juodges o' the Supreme
UON AS PILA'I', 5 Court. IMattufactu.rers and C'tpitalists attend.
NATHAN FORli), 'i/ t .Tudffge St. atin cnre Co. -g]OR SALE, that witoll knoun (estate un Brain-
SGIM-EON OGRAN(;ER, late '. .,tslater Genere-/. 1[ tre, about ten miles fi,,m Boston, ktnowu by
SC. D. COla,)EN, Jlayor oft/ city ofuj ,JV'. forkc. the, appellation of thi:e Braintree lIon. Works, and
JOSEPH ELLICOTT fs/i..gent of the is now in complete ocder for immediate use. The
H / olland, Land Comp es ate comirizies a nniiiber of buildings, viz-one
Shave examined the- above M p, and think it a vC t'' arge io e one,. Ir thei purpose of Orryi:ng
desideratum ; its execution,, so faras IMr L.- is hant i a listunase, i u'ee st.ks -cheimn ies are i
cotcerniedt, is in my opmuinn cor,'ect and well smmeicls, bifiows, e. ie.sc-a l:k bu- imilinie ftir a
and I recommend it to thlisi wtho wisto acquire i t e ii ,t*Ios d t .a ug b i a
knowl-edIge of the country itemyiiuraces, as equal .i -I I,"- i'-d fo haisn ,.j.iiiig. liss en bu ge
even superior to atny)' extant. A. SPENI'E I, v er'teto-.. 1 tr agrist il, but ci be cut-o
Chiif Justice ofthe State fJ JVve.ot-rk. D)weilii.-tlous-, twr stories high, a garil-udn, nd
(YTme aibovia taps are flor sal' by the Authr tiabtl tlhiree tcres ot lat;, within a itiinltei-r ofi valii-
at his 1Mai Establishmentt, No. 649, 'outhi Market- ahlr fril ttrees on tue same. iThe dam is in exce!-
street, Albany, anid at the bookstore of It. & lent order, ahl there is a fill supply of wate'-. It
C. WVILLI. 'MS, Cornlill-sqaare, BIoston has one very great iadviuat- lI,' weather ci'rr'i-,',
June for thie I'PauKets come within hal'a nmiile of it anit.,
t B LEl, naI wil take awsy the manutietunred articles, ;a ,
"7,0 BIT LET, bring any m'aw materials that may lie 'antled. This
1fROM sit mdnthis u,. ste ) ear, and imiredi.ile undoubtedly, wit.re business is carried ot upon at
,t p O ut givaiu, t coiie I stial pleasuciiy large sca'e, wo-ul mahIke an iientse savnig.
situated Dwe:li tg Hounse, suable flior a genteel Iis estate will he sold on snohi terms as to
lamiiy, in Cuts} a, 2.4 miles !rom r3ost.i, and make it an object fnor au capital is to ecom e t
corunanding a fi-,e view of th,u h:,rir. Inquire of .purclaser. Apply to BEN.tA( -IN SMITH, No.
ABEL GARUNER, a thie t.helsea Bridge Toll 4, Centt.tl-wharf, or t Mijore- MINOT THAY-
I ouse June 23 ER, .raintree. coptf march 17


.NO TICE. IEngine Manufactory, .l 5 CELLANY. : Vice-'ing had resigned his office on account of
HRP. Psrt:ership heretohnre subsisting between E PERKI & BAON'S'. e--mpetency o commanthe army, and evte-
the I.. .- ,)l ..ider their f rmofd CIRLES ibers bgleave to itotbrm the public, -. Ti CESTI-E e4the nation, dn had been tcceeded by Gen.
.C. J, iU M I .-i this day dissolve by mutual y have purllchased the Stock and Pat. -. .AI. Riokafurd] wherein the latter lost 1000 kill-
consent. All persons indebted to the pi'titarshil,, ,t rlfPerkinm & Buacsn, for caiTving on in. It USSsELL- :. ed and 16,f00..prisonees, thte city of Lima had
are requested tho make paIment i and aill persons 0tc4s e at'iness, and have taken the stald here L I HOLtU.H thI n.,t-:.c \ hlich BenevS. fallenitnto the Ih.andJ ol'the Patriots. [Doubts
having den ds again-t the same, are' rfIqutsted to tofdtir'l ied by them, back of St. Jamries' A ,i. l.:- be:., p.Ih. oi tke of me, is futl.- -
present them foti settlement, to CIuALEtS .WAT- Chiurt, .itti Seventh-street, where they will by nc ir tr,,he' II. ,t.. i i ;. yet I cannot Pv the brig Lady's Delight from Curracoa,
so, who is authozed tl receiWe adsl N, eNac ht p receive and execute orders f ansy refrain from giving htim an opportunity of 17days, we-ave a confirmation of news, that
sameJune 15, 1821. JohN AETSON. that iei e ute Iln 1ttled.guest ofleiseliVs, seeing if ry "mauners" are esseetimally imr- e Spanish Royalists had repossessed them.,
-- and ki a"-'jrkman-l.ike manner-thevrhave shl proved; upon which subject ..his.appears to- /elves of the citis of Caraccas and Laguira
--CH'ARLES C. .WATSON re- rcometoate-nination in consequence .flIl feel a ,Ms, ,-,,i -.,- ,. anxit-ty. Be,-v. 'and that General MoRALEs had ordered all
turns his grateful acknowledgments to his friends ifal n6i4:1eials.5to reduce the prices, and .b olus" lI1- -....--i[,l-tc *Ii O.iang4Jd his t r-irmri the women and cl-lilt ns to be put to the
san the public in general, for the patronage given --.o-... .'- rtw.e lngrles, with metal plunges and since his first communt;cation, fir which Icadi, sword.' :[qfThis. Tist p[irtiicul e- i ;r baably
tihe latefirm, and respectfully informs them that he l 1oxe1f1 latering,Gardens, washing Windows, not but give credit to invself; although heis some f..a!;.,t : i', ] It was added in some
wil continuett carry on the business at the old e. ad'I}ch vill force the water, by tie power provokingly ungrateftil for the ft it lih hT account', hlit tie pil't.ot forces had been
established stand, No. 92, Chesnut-street, whereby ofonoiW 3tifii et, on twd wheels, I 'l,. thi ....I. I havey conferred,'by inducing him it ..I-riie i, .itl.ltrs-.in from the above places, with the
his unremitting attention lie hopes still to e merit a ho-e iti". 'r t I' ,ii,it rr,.. u *u'l,,' i..-turtlint Chrlstfan view of conic. ri trntig sal the ,f-a::c, for a
continuance (f'their layoi s. -, "'t I Kr s. --u '. t .j -f t it | i en neaol;s- 0,1 i.i -
J-hiiide!P/so.-f .a-I'll, ,.-Vl,.! Eu,,.,... ,-el..witllplay IsI ,u ,ig" beets s's fearlessly the csllnpiion'
Copartnership Dissolved, over a fi story hIvuse,anitiunotrequiriug more of'[urkisno religion and Tturkish morality, to MAntcA ro, Ariu a 29. lceterddy 2000
OTICE is hereby given that the Copartner- thtm eiglmien towork them, fur h- 2'5 desert ti)em so suddenly, and- join the Christ- ifrt, aud a riflebattalon, 0ahed fo
N ship of ihe subse-.ibers utder tie firm of First e s do. throwinggala.gerstream,hcld- ianstandard. Perhapshowever,heisnotaware Cor'o.-BOaIVAi has sent back 1000 men, of
Sing imor water, and requi ing ten men, 275 of the severity of the laws of his quondaimi the reinforcement sent to him.
JACOB PEABODY & CO. fugin to exceed those ofth*'. double cham- friend-s in punishing those who are renegade EXTRACT OF A.LETTEit.
is this day dissolved bc mniaul consent, and all the hbef (usuy termed first class) in power nnd to tlheirProphet's cause-if so lie otugit to be "P orto Cabello, Afay 20. I have (o ac-
unsettled accounts of the firm, will be settled by eflct,ano play from two pipes at once, when 7 informed,that it will be extremely dgerou quaint you, that the Spanish General MonA-
JAcon PEABoUa, who will continue tle Auction wanted, 600 nfu ,m t, ts t it i betini e ie d-ininsol IqLEs, (the successor of MOnItLO) entered Ca-
atI', Private Sale Coummnnission But lsiness at No. 12, If witl e stream only, 50 for iim to set his oot within theidominions of (the success of MOT ) entered C
Kilby.strcet and respectfully solicits the patronage Secondass do. but little inferior in distance the Grand Seignior. But to be Inroe serious, raccas the 26th, after a start sacti, at Co.
ot his friends and the pnhitlie. and size etosel, -- 504 (for I find tl,'t "Benevolhs" is not fond of nas, n wlsich his enemy lost 8a0 men. He
SJACOI( PEABODY, Thle 1 iet sized Engines yet in use, will satire,") I am happy in receiving his assur- then marched against Laguira, which was
WILLIAM S. BROOKS, discharge pwards otf-a to, of'ater per rain- ance that the state of morals among the abandoned by the enemy.
Boston, Junc 50, 1821. ute, autd jeet it more than onei hundred and Maometans is wel lkno wn," for if' so, they "Circumstances indicate that a t eneraland
n iinetty 10 tlirotglhsuosel terl. y .an icht, 950 are doubtless held in that detestation which decisive battle will shortly be-fought."
COPrJRT.7ERISHIP. 0oOUl i CHAMBER ENGINES of die 2d, they so richly deserve.
HE Copartnership of the subscribers herto- 1st, and .ra el,,ss, "aairanied equalin every res- Tat icorrnptions have crept into (le A.ATCABO, MAT 18. The Congress was
Sfore existing under the firm ofJAMES FOR- pect totiusmatde at Any othi' mitanuflat at irri organized th 6li inst. it osario de Ccuta.
ITER is thisday dissolved )by nittial consent. All600 elolls 851 dollhrs, aud 1050 dolhi's--l). doli- Christian Church" is oti.to be Pdenied, but to
prsons having demands against said firm, ac re- rs a'ial being ctiaed w ihen made to p a charge those "iniquities w h make his- SenoN o, is electedVice President o
quested to present them for payment; and those two st re,. tory almost loathsome with the recital of The Columbian army, is divided into three
who are indebted to said firm, are requested to Engin e the old English construction repair- of crine" to this single cause is surely un- Corps rmee--oin er i t an
make payment to JAmi s Po;TrnR. eI stand ,<4oved so as to play fiturher uand easier fair. Crimes and immorality in Christendom Cotps ud'rteGen- Uco nder A Geo o tha, ant .
.IAMS PORTER, than.utOhsew.lv'I have indeed been deplorably frequent, but other under Gen. UitA-ETA, and the third
.OHN SKINNER, S- ppluntmps, to force water through hose into they were at least as frequent, if not much under Gen. PAnd -the fort e4 00 men; thih
WILLIA M' 'iURU Lgi*"S""th Levers on anew construction, work- second 2500; and thf lat 4500-of which
101-1N URD. ed with ; by two men. to this world. Notwithstdiig the is oo 700 are English. Bulletin No. 3 of the army
Charlestown, Jurte 1, 1821. Progrive Lever Seal Presses, for Notaries and tb h7i0rl oithetan og it ory contains the .folicial particulars of the "capture
P ubli es. S.V. MElftCK CO. the man Re u e pages of its ist Cono, by s
JAMESPORTER. Philatia, June 9 epS w are ft- augt with instances of cruelty ad fC n ythe-corps d'armee under Gen.
Informslis friends and the, public, that he contain. Essexs. At a Court of Probate' cowne, from the murder of e S iabn the women CURRCOA, Ju 9. Gen. MORALES as
ties business ut the old stand, and I ,us 1. sale, a hioltde Newburyport, in and for s.iid County, and still more infamously black is the history arrived at Vlencia froom Caraccas, with the
general assortment of West India GOODS, wvole- oi t tt uesdaty in June, AD. 1821, of the ,Enpire, with the exception of a tetv regiment of Burgos. BoLIVAR and PAcZ had
sale and retail.. ---O TIHROP SARGENT, who is named an bright and cheering spots, until the cross of foredl a junction of their forces near Sari
lOTICE. V ecutor in a certain instrument, purport- the lowly Jesiusascewled the imperial throne. Carlos. The emigrants from Caraccas and
The Copartnership lieretofoire existing muderin mg to be last will and testament of D,,vid 'Vil. Si s il ks aply to alnst ee'y nt1 Laguira have returned home."
the firm of SKINNER & HURDS, is this day by litins, I of Gloucester, in said county, gen ou- antiq ity, Fu oai, Asiatic, or Afiican.
nmutalconset dissolved. All persons having e- tleman,ased, and formerly of Adaus cutv, of antiquity, opean, Asiatic, or African.Charest City Gazette
mands againstsaidfirm,are, requested to present in the e of Missisippi having presented te t Christianity corrected all these evils, om the hale City Gaette.
them for payment; and all persons indebted to same fob'obate :-Ordered that lthe third Tiles- that it entirely changed the nature of man- /
said firm, are requested to make payment to Jous day in ust next, tle of the clock, tifore noon, or that it entirely destroyed ambition, ava- 7te Rattle-Snalce eaten in East-Florida
Si r xEs, and JonH HunD. be assig., ais thl time for considering said itnstitii- rice or revenge, those constant excitement.s [Extract from Bertram'is 'Trcels.]
JOHN SKINNER, mlnent, au court of probate, then to he hn!ilenlit to public and private crime, I do not pre- '; One morning, says Bartramn, "I atte
WILLIAM 1IURD, S:iem,, utaid county; aind that saul Viillti.iroIp tend to say-but it cannot be reasonably my father on a Botanical excursion. ome-
JOHN 1-1URD. Sargcente notice to all persons interested, hv questioned that in all moral points of view 'time after we had been rambling-in a'amp
Charlestwn, Juine 1,1821. clisiig I utteste copy of this oder toh oub- the nations of Christendom are at least equal, about a quarter of a mile from tlf Caii
hisheedt`, weeks suceesiavely ntt the Columbian if/u oti neatly superior to the nations of-an- being ahead a few paces, my rather bt/ne
The subscribers would inform their fli'ends and C. 1 ; ...i ;, Boston, the last publication to if nt greaty superior to the nations of an- being ahead a few paces, my father b
the public, that they will continue tlhe business at ...... ) ., .t lest, before said time, tiat cuet times. :It therefore is not pecessa'ily ob-erve a Rattle-Snake jut f e n li
the old st'nd, under the firm of SKINNER .& '-. I, ,esent,aid object, if they see cause, true that Christianity, even with its corrup- stopped, a"nd saw the monster hforot .O
IIURD, where they offertf lii i. R ... e .- e. tions, is chargeable with the immorality and high spiral coil, not half his length fro my
... ulV 1. GOODS r, ....... .l ,,,,,. .i r \. W ,HITE- ,'. vice wvich so unliappily exist-among those feet; -anotlir step forward, wo'ld ta o
JOHIN HURD. 5 N\ fH'L L ;':D, ., 1...., In regard t tlie subject of "'Slissionaries," saying and soon dispatched hii" hf' .sunse
Charlestoawn,.Tuie 1, 1821. epvSw rSWi- imRity-. '. Estate' (not the :'.hotimetan ones mentioned in my pent was about sixfeet in length, and as c.--
Copartnership Frmedl 'O n,,c im, t i ways last) if our fellow citii6ns are disposed as an ordinary man's leg. The rencontre -"
E susiers ve red a coeio in monealth of.utsachusett. to contribute their "mites" for the sake of terred us from proceeding on otr rese.
T i subsiescis thae firm ed a conneions T a Probate Court, held at Bos- illuminating the d" -k corners of the world, that day. So I cut off a tough withe. r
siess unA. Thf NDrmo KSrolf s. ton, within and flori te county I know not why theyshould be told that they which.I fastened round the neck of -'1-'JwAR
(C. & A. THORNDIKE, of Fuiifslthbresaid, on Monday thle twenty-fiftlh ought not togive to foreign heathen, because Serpedt, and dragged him after me, -
and have taken sore No. 53, Cenai-whrf, where dlay of .; in the year of our Lord one thousand there are so many at home. As well might ing the camp in triumph ; an'd was soon Cir-
they offer for sale, eight huIlid and tw ntvy one. a rich man say, that he would give nothing in rounded by the amazed rniltitun e, both In-
15 pipes Brandy, (Outard's brand) Whetahseph Ridgiway, Adminislrator on the charity to the suffering or starving stranger, dians and my countrymen. The adventure
83 bgses Gum Shelte 14 do.Abic, estate o illiam Rida, late of said Bost because he hada famnilh-of his own. In re- soon reached the ears of the Commander,
20 bales Calcutta Goods, suitable for the Medi- i-wanuce s third administration account on guard to the charge of my introducing "satire who sent an officer to request, that if tlhe
terraneati or South Americarnarkets, the estate6said deceased, he is hereby di;iected and invective in discussing' so serious a sub- Snake had not bitten himself, he might have
600 bbls. Baltimore sup. Howard-street Flour, to give Ikth notice two weeks successively in the ject," I can only say with due def--rence to him served itp for diinetr.
35 tons new Sable Iron ; G do. old do. do. Cluministientinel, a newspaper published in said "Benevolus," tIhat I did not consider Sla- "I readily deblin red up the bod', of the
15 qr. casks old Sherry Wine. lilston, thieaid account will be acted upon at the hometanisin a very serious subject any other- Snake, to the cooks ; and being that day in-
CIARIES FHORNDIKII, ProbateO0fe aforesaid(, ton the second londay in wise than as being a very serious" evil or viteil to dine at the Governor's table, saw
June 16 St AUGUSTUS TIIORNI)IKE. July next,I ig the uinth da,y of said month, at ten indeed most seriously a curse to the world the Sn,ke served up, in several dishes ; Go
F of the cekk. MO. whent ad a vhtuwere tall persons is- inwhich we live.-Although it might be ar.- vertor Grant being find bof the flesh of the
Gives Oer my hanitd, the i ay a id year fi rst rogance in me to assert, that I am "a real dis- Rattle-Snake. I tasted it, but could not swal-
BAKER & O GES, a e w'itt T DAWES,deoflrobate. ciple of the meek, the mild, and blessed low it. I wa', however, sorry that I killed
A R HODUG ES, Jesus," yet I can proudly say that to the ex- the Serpent, after coolly recollecting every
iAV ,o. t30, IA-t)o -STiREET, StE of New-Hamnpshlire. tent of my humble talents, I am ready at any circumstance. He certainly had it in his
H AVE fl'rsale, the cnurgo of slch.Regulus, firom OCIttsu time to defend his cause against the attacks power to kill me, almost instantly ; and I
25 cMarseilsksCles areonsistineg of N 7EICIs hereby given, that the undersigned Iof his avowed enemies, or of those, who, un- make no doubt he was conscious of it. I pr'o-
'200 cases do dot have bin tly appointed by the Hon. Daniel der the semblance of his friends, take every missed myself that I would never afgaia be ac-
3:i4 baskets and half do. f(esh Sallad Oil Gookin, Jue of Probate, lor said county, Corn- opportunity to disparage his institutions and cessary'to the death of a Rattlt-'nake ; which
All entitled to Debenture. June 30 ssionrrecei, examine, and adjust il those r at their effects; J. P. B. promise I have invariably kept. This diead-
c!hlaims of ti creditors to the estate of Squiers animal is easily killed ; a stick no thicker
FLOUR. Batselder oeeriel insaid c suntyie MASONIC CELEBRATION. than a mac's thumb, is sufficient to kill the
F jL OU Rl. ed,re [p rese rd insolvent, under th e ad m inistration I larg est J one s r k i w I" e t r
<",r-ic IMRLS. fine and superfine Richmond ofJeiemialhachelder; thiatwe will attend to the The nativity of St. John the Baptist was largest at one stroke, if ,'ell directed, either
FOUR, just'received, and for sale by duty of our ointment, at the dwelling house of celebrated in Groton, in Middlesex, the 25th onl tihe head, or across the back ; nor can
FRANCIS LINCOLN, No 2 India-wharf. said Jeremi:Baclihlder, in D)eecrfd l aforesaid, the ult. by St. John's R.. .7 Chapter, Trinity, St, they make their escape, by running off; in-
June 30 first Saturds of August, Stptember, October,anul Pautt's, Social, Aturora,and Pentckect Lcges. deed, they never attempt it, when attacked."
November .xt, fit ot9 o'clock, A. Ai. to 6 P. M. ''he procession consisted ofabout 160 conm. Thus far, Bartrtam.
NATHAN ADAMS, on eachfs i davs. is and brethren, and about eighty of Foneus, in hIis late accoount of the-Foridag,
FItFERS FOR SALE, BENiN;G We SANBON,anions and brethren, and about eighty of sates tt th Rattle-nak and the tal
This Store in Charlestown-sguare, WILIAM GRAVES, '-C om'rs. their wives and daughters. The students of states, that le Ratort ake sometimes eaten
1000 first quality Brazil Hides, suitable fur Sole DAID BACHlELDER, Jr. Groton Academy joined the procession, and part of' the Alligator, ae sometimes caten
Leather, .DccrfieldMiTayi6, 1821. 6w afforded a very pleoasing alcctacle, particu-" bv the hungry travetller."
100 do. do, do. do. do. for upper do. ly about thirty young ladies, the pipis of e Governr Grnt mentioned boe, wa
4000 Madras's, OThIE is hereby given, that the Miss Pr.SCOTT, the P'ecCptss, who appear- probably the Colonel Grant, so notorious for
20n0 Calcutta, -GOJT SEIIS, i suBscter has been duly appointed adlniuis- ed in perfect uniform, and made a most beau- his virulent abuse of the Militia of South-Ca-
1000 Mogadore,j trator to theestate of tiful appearance. The religious exercises rolina, in the tCherokee Expedition in 1760-
1000 sides of Sole Leather, JOSEPH CRAFTS, were all appropriatetothe asion, t and afterwards more distinguished as the
'200 Sheep Skins, superior quality, late of Nemon, in the county of Middlesex, yeo- e 'e all u ropriate cts bravado member of Parliament, who was to.
2000 Knapsacks, made ifrom Horse Hides, suitable man, dece-ed, intestate, and has taken upon ing of reading select passages of Scripure bav marched thr of Pali, and subdued Ameri
r covering Trunks, hnselfthal-ust, v giving bonds as the law di- exhibiting the mission, life, death, and char- have marched th rnngh, m ant suibdeed Ameil-
200 Calf Skins,' fromTan; also 75 curried. rects. Al,persous inivig deianils upon tle e- acter of St. John the Baptist; a expressive, .istred, he n e Armies ofBuifugoyne andi
June 30 ni tLate of theaid deceiasel, iare required to exhibit technica,- -d pertinent prayer, by the ev. tred, wen the Armies ofBurgoyneand
.. .. the same ;,pd all persos indebted to the stud es- Companion V ILIKU.S ALLENV ; an oration by Cornwallis were marched of the Contineni.
NEW FANCY SHOP, tate, are cded upon to ,uake payment to Br. JAMEIS CARnTER, remarkable for its origin- hat, however, but venom, could be expect.
For China, Earthen Wtare, Glass and ALJAII F. \vOODWARD, .ldm'r. ality of thought, chaste expression, classic al- ed of'one who fed onRattle-Snakes.
Cutlery. .A'-.itonifHkayS31\, 181'l. hltsions, and w..-lI-drawivn figutrs ; several u [1 "We have heard ant eminent physician
FRANCIS WILY, heb.gs ieave to inform ia T ip ee ivn hat te lces of excell,-nt music, pet formed in an I say it is not n uncommon thing, in back parts
Friends ad the llicthat he fil- ope' ; 1 s t imated and expressive ssy6e, wiy'cN did ew England, to eat snakes, which are
Shopt, No.'5, Marlboro' Row, under til eirectio sItubsciber has bectdut dll:,ppsiau td uardin aniimated and expressive style, wis;utl dedt ,c
of ,No.5M r'arloo's R~tn le., fotr the sale- ofhIINA to SILElN GU't1'FIe ,4 great credit to tihe cih,,ir. cattied, ,alc ecls.]
CANi) E IE n iA l I u in uml o i-yofI 13-ihtd a it d citt tI uor,, snu The Ladies were provided wlti- an elegant --.... "-
ofA essARs. EhNlI W ,'hill ia m the Manufacltory taken up himself that trust, hty giving hFnds as repastby Mrs. ltr.; and the cnmpatins atnd further Foreign Articles,
Thf Grs.on int the law diects. All-persons having demLauds upon brethren sat down to a board, bount;fully -_- --:.- -
ofc Gooit ds fro this house stat lih i oi tthe estate f their suld non comil tare required to supplied by Br. IHI.AI., with tlhe lxurioC of [s iF.t LONDON PAI.uis To ru.t: 0TI MAT, 1821.] ,
paintings and en:p c adinr best t ieste; their ehnit thisaime ; nId aill persons indebted to the nature, and spread in superior slyle.
paintings andi eniravings are admirably execuuted, aie catut5 tie called ttu()l is make pastnieut to T o i s o a -'' aAeutA T 15.
and their modelsclassical. said estat are called upon o make payment, to The following are some of thle toasts .n- USTI, .AT.c, MAY 15.
F. W. has just received, an extensive assortment : A''lH. CHAMPNIE' GIttrdien. nounced after dinner :- 7 E Congress of Sovereigns has b'"en dis-
f bine pri)'ilttid, Stot e Chiina, Enamelled, and i, JGoldJue Yi'r, Jue tG, 1, 1. I ThiC!iu t t M/,Custt.-Cnre uv lte t'isx- solved. On the 12th the fol!ouins Ueclor-
- rrnished !....'i.t.. f :?[ert-, and Tiea anud Coufree v te Sl-ot 1n olt oir i ali-u itnomrd. besbwhc the stieugti li-' c 5.oiu:mt. Otion of thematives by wich they have been-
Services; ( u, .... '1..' Tnilet Ornaments; Vases; O i LCE- Is hereby given, that tle r.,cit accrtd wiui uhe Bauity tr u.ii Ii 'e u --yrn -overned in their late proceedings in tlte
Ink Stands; Seent and F owereJars. and Flowe s u sber has l.in duo appointed execui w daler C ti ai esttdnme's. laroiuuu ast- 5dsfinrs of Naples and PiedmSnnt was ordered
l'ots, and every description of Ridgwa.'s superior to tt' l.s~ will and testament ol u 'The Ladies-- Imug neisarily exri(l
Etviuten Ware. i T'lIAUDU:U HIYDI, Lidl.es cthve njoi tli ir sl,,o i, thehe l.titb, uourity, "
Patterns ot'fJinin, Decserts and Tea Services lat. of ewton. inll the county) ol Midlesex, yeo- *i .. n, tii-itu httusbandu-, ir.f/tl bruthers.ie T'IE .DII CL.JI. TIOZ' .
crstlng from tn to three hundred guineas, i-usn man,de tsed, estate, and hit, tlken ui ohn iusele T"- R...,... [ ',ir h tan' t)au giru. After reciting the teroubh s which have
Shilh sets, or parts of sels to suilt purcliasers, can be that Irusl by givingg bonds as the law dirccth d-s. All ..c R ,y su;i -t;ien s,,, month ti,- crit I .t, h taken place in "t ipls atnd iiedmont, hich
ordered, are now o gen hing. Cliin and G.,ass ,tillbe perstts inaingd ttmands upon thlestateof thes:id s pahii o'ti- wirtl d. '"alnur'eto-t richer, am' the Scvercigr.s affirm were part of a conspi-
oltererd t. any pTittern that lnu ) bu wanteo.t dectnsed are- required to exhibit h sanme ;icito al bh itle GranI Maitcr, thone rale Timot .EGgelr,-- racy against the 'eep)-e of nations, and that
A guiod "ussortnmeht ol plain a.id cut Glass Ware, persons uindentd to lit e said tstal.e, are e;,c-t' upon ci algiin tls 5 c h c ri e tut ;u'iy. rsvl I1ii u i ru C ,s Guardi t-ns df t Iati unssb, wwre call-
anid tle bes. ot S beint'lI l Cutlery wil I e kepti to makeDpay'ment t,: Snbli.,eLodlea.'ov... l rt e 1t i ,tt ih .e tt hitl..st i.,ff it su-,io lii t b put the s down ; the Declaration
It is intended tlhat tbe prices shall be unitbrfn, 'I HADI)EUS 11YtE', E'c'. ,.tr,.e.:md hu t otlhed 1in ,mntrsa iy. [i etnrcn etindh ng.rd
and witiot alaltement, sO ll illlr isrne ln send Jtrwtoal. 'siaycu t1J. M*ltnc-a tnrge.) 1 rouceC.s thu1 :-)
with cintdeneos bei tu stve ,n thebest b eln ------ I volunteer Afte- thue orator hiath reltired-l- '" 'l,, .l-n,, i.v, d to contend wilh' and to put
Should any rulit i prove defective, or of interior Oa'ICE is herely .iVCll, that time r/cOraitorsofthlieay-tt-hntsueuigfut/ y hyismirr tic n u llii ithe allie-d ifres, ltr fomi purs-
qu:dlity, it wiilhie xchan.-ed s- l bs cribCiler has been b uly l'u pointed aiii.inls- lt. pi s c h I ov' rsecrs sqa .nai., t "*s '-tit. ts i, u,,uy e.xcu' iv,. ;. terests, h Ie atrivedl to the aid
Assorul crat-es br country trade, tfor cash ot t n- m tratrixtc tol estate of etiii eit t thctageu ,,fo ts t i,,,l at tf ite .pe o h cre suijtgated : and the peo-
donuit-dh paper only. W ALTEtR iHAS:TINGS, 4 -. pIt- thuetu',e, is 1have reganrd.-d the em[,Ilymient of
F. Wilhv has n1,w onlning, Ivorv, Inck nnd late of Townshcnd, in lthie coity) of Mliddlesex, BY THlE M ,|.,,s- triu,,t)i;- a siiup.)rt mi hivr ,ol thu;r liberty,
rSot,,- ha iti-,. li ivr-s art F,,tF i r s I ]essert tilives ; Esqui'te,d,tceised,iutesstatcand hasi taken nu .o ui hio i7ui.-._ as-a ,, tic- g c, s g o, Up,-n their ii del,ene,,eie.-
C;i...a d St"e l. ; an exti.n te siu vtu'iet) ,.f l'ur lll thtui trust bvgh g bondt s as tia- directs. ,'.i-"i F'- F 7?'. -' aL- 3. 18' S :i t ii ni ni ttltie it rc( t aset.; fuom tht mo-
kaves aut Scissirs ; Ttiania tI ft Pols, :und Couli'.e All p,.rsons having demands upct the estate of the CAI'TIIRE OF LIMA .--RroirT. lat b '! f d i re,",htto hof a assailed, be-
Ciggins ; I ea and Tabhe Splons ; Jahltnted Tea, said' deceased, ar. requitdl no l'xhihit the same ; HIE Orineeos Coir/er" of' the 14th Aprilt I f.r'edl t'suttg obit those ti';ieul whanh
read, Kfif and (hcse Trays a,. Brushes tf and an persons indebted to the said estate, are call- i. es an accotint, thanust after a signal vie-", .l,,
evcrv description,, with a larI;e as-o tm (tol; r-amta led upe, i tt make pavm).ut to n
Colined, Olhm Ptitied and" Gltss a ri-cs ./u l/soe ROXANNA tHASTINGS, .umn'.v. tory obtained at Uri, over the Spanish arl'r t thesee gave nccentrr. .ees,and in
bet esilver-eed eedlea. epini June 13 Townshend, June sG, 1891. under the Vice-King PZ.uELA, [Previeous a ..l- ati, tlhe Allieu Sovereigns, in
points, by the Mfacedonian, stated, that tM taniout of the Two biitieA and the


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King of Sardinia, h;ve judge it ii.iliseinih:, It, were shipped on buard, and insured fc
:lopt te'ari|ooary rneauresfotprseeiantiii, inolilted S35,000. Circumstances, almost always a
liv'pnideiee, :and caled f;r by the general goil. tendant on fraud, created suspicions thatt a
Ite icalied troops, sWbose preC~mdsence ccS5l~
.t the resid troops, whose presence wasb nee-psari wvas not right ; and an examination into th
1 he restortio of order, hae been acd insured articles, took place ; when it W;
suitable positions, solvy or Ithc purpose of pro- was fun that te k contained nothing
tet:i thme hire eosem.cof lgtimate author," butold'nails;andbaurs"of lead ;andrhthe-pac
aus u assist it in ut'sparing, rnmder this regis, those t
bi.ntci*s which may effacue every vestige of sueha pror- ages hay and pig iron neatly packed, strappe
tei tns n isalbrtuies. and covered within paper. 'A package on decl
'The justice andtl disintevestedneas wiic liand e urpourtingto be a carriage worth 8900, wa
prevailedin u the deliberations ot the Al:itetl Mon- fSound to contain nothing but hay and rnt
archs will alwayuvs continue to regulate their policy, bish. It appears, that the Captain kne
4,lniuuite, asr tiring tle past, they willc1 e -c" c- nothing of the fraud, and that tlhe person .
c'inf,. to themselves the preservation o it hie id.- vite man) entered as a cook, abscoilde
: llp!sffct andt of the rights Af esch state, sc ici a Had. ire comtmnicated to those combust
are rco.gni. eda..ened b. tr t;is ble packages before being discovered, it i
Ties, ,tse issue, even of sueh an alarti ing crisis,
will, under the auspices of Providence, become probably the crew of the sloop would lav(
o4heoaonsolidation of that peace which thle enemies escaped witt their lives with great difficult
Sof the people attempted to destroy, aid the stibi.
lii .an o-dor of things which will secure tl ua- JBOSTON.
'ts';} tlciih.,tepose and prospertytt. s SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1821
i' Fi lletd with these selltilelts, the Allied Soue- -- -. .... --
.l4 iisi; in terminatng the conferences at La) bach,sv, FURlHER FROM EUROPE
bDltiveslished to anuonulee to toe wor. ttoe 'Hrl FRM -UROPE
a .ialed to muiice to tte- the p- A friend ha kind!yftvored us with files of Lond
-)leS 'l whlh ntliui hnies een lr.nuted.- t hey are papers, to the30ti May.
determined n evert to a baindo tlin : u an thll lte ( Th .- i-i t
-d of ord.r ; ill costaintly see and fi o itheirt' .The events which the mot "interest
:,liAton..1sure sifegoaird against thle enterprises of Europe were those passing. in the southci
a'.t l.. o parts ofit,wherea formidable insurrection ha
"_m.leA ihfmrthis purpose that their Imperial s.il suddenly broken out iln the Alorea, and II
a Rdy',lMiajesties itave orderedilheir Ministers Pi-- Grecian Isles and provinces adjacent, an
fIliiptkt~iaitty to siga and p,,blish the present de- which had spread the utmost alarm, and o
Dauhtai~tfn. casioned many dreadful massacres,in thIe ca
"T N IL.;.I' s.l-. ital of tie Trkislh Empire. We know i
,,,- | I/ .I zN I i -' -- "
.- Vic .... n. Vo 'i, T. for' Austria. what connexion this revolt has with that ino tl
cr-eu f mis Ilsi-oto ODl -l VlINCENT. l o. u
~~~ ~ ~ ~ nie headed hnLI' l ",/~l
i. ,i)iUSI'MARlK. foi Ptrussia. \northern provinces of the Elmpire, headed I
-sI.SSELROKE, -" YPSILANTI, &c. or with that of ALI PACHA,
I. PO d'lS',RIA, toR etssaia. Joannina ; but the whole has assumed a fo
POZZU D ORGO. 10 snidaoble aspect, and appears cu lculated to
3. e rs ford newspaper food for the politicians,
SlAOn, tAY 8. Gen. PrspF., who is here, both hemispheres fur a long, time. The Ih
,-,la blished a olCemoir, in which he declares accounts, however, slated, that th fao
thata the affair at Rieti, he was the only ALI PACUA was no more.
Neapolitan w ho dared to look the Austrianss i7-The Congress of utcrdoi.-ia was defi
Int ji th ce. tively broken tip ; and the occupation s oft
A, MAY 33. Lettr f political conjtmrors thereby destroyedd. Ti
tesaM ar1. Letters ftsrome Cow stanti. d tMonarchs have published a temperate De
'a:til6lonfirm the distressing news, that many ara/tima of the motives w hicil have governE
-'Uldreds cf Christians had been masa-icrm-d them in their late proceedings towards 7V
A ttte8ireets of that city by an infuriated p a Pienovt.~rhey aver in it, th
bpuce, excited by an alarm that the Crs their sole object was to put down tile D
cent was in danger; and that the Musselman tubers of the General Peace, as esta
bktflto1-ities appeared to vie with the rabble Hsh-edlay the consent of all Europe :-Ai
in thletenes ofecarnage The Grand Signior they appear to challenge the World, am
h as proclaimed by a solemnn decree, that Js- th-ir calumniators, to produce an iota
rt'-n.ttiit' a in danger. proof, that they have had any other ob.jec
or that they have in the least degree bem
"ito I' .,-, MAY 3. The last news from Epi-us actuated in their proceedings by any lust
states, that the famous Ali Paclia, of Janina, p oer, o .rggra.lizement. The Declarati
-'B tlb an killed by his Secretary. is efore th'e public-they will decide upolt
,111:'TlM'lFassacres 'ir Coitstantinopkl_ were set CTlThe affairs of Spin we can only repe
....1.Jftf, by the report that the Bishop of.tn ined unsettled. We believe the Spa
aritripr6tikza (brother of Gregoire, tle Patri- ia'l ms cordially hate their Kiog ; at
1 1 #. a t ` i" "' ; a r d s m o s t c o r d i a l l y l ha t e t h e i r K i n g '-, -a u
Tl,, f Const .ntmople) was. at the head of will not rest until they have dethroned hir
7Riedlgin h midniotes, who boast to be the imn- and established t new form of government.
-"Mtldlae descendants of the ancient Scythians, r--Loca l concerns only appeared to itt
Atott sl0bio commenced the revoltin the '.forea ethel oe Sttes of Eutope.
The venerable Prelate, in the 74th s e'ar of .. .. ... .. ..
Ihis ge, became an object on which the y1 Insinrrection in theMorea. There ha-
intk. sllutted. uheir vengeance for the cun- longt been inclinations of the precarious te
Idda("a t Iris brother; notwithstanding his ure by which the Turkish Saltan held sw.
ObrlASMless life, andd the -promptitude with over his Gr'ecian provinces ; and of late th
-4idh; As Head ot thie Grecian Church, 11e uncertainty has been increased by the o
. anathematizedi the Prince YPSILASTI, and his pressive acts which his Mussnlmemn sbjec
followers.-While going to his Chapel, hie have exercised towards their Christian fi
was'wsTfeted, confined, in a few minutes after low slaves. It now appeared, that a stute
decapitatd1,g and lis head was lhung over the insurrection exists in nearly all the Grecia
-7t1ei.'lis\Own palace. Six Bishops, Arcli- States of thie Empire :-That a Provision
mandritts aWd Abbots shared the same fate ; government had been established by there
tpnlheadi of Prince Constantine Morutsi, olutionists; that an army of 25,000 men lhu
llwe.all1 ri merchants, were ltung at their been organized; had had several rencountr
of tMe Englgishremen be- with the troops of their oppressors ; we
119t ,t eha s of that ation ian port, receiving constant reinforcements;a and tim
at a iih s but thoy defenBi ed tioh- they had at the iead of their Councils oit ihe
: i l It h all-it, atodthe Britist Minister Army, tl* Prince of Maina, Coloicotur
S h sphited remonstrance on tile Chrysospathe, Andnttzo,iUlysses and Petro
1 '- that a check t visput to these acts of We say appears, because after toe pitift
......... "--"' performance Of the splendid pronises ofti
^.yt' SS -- .. ..l Neapolitans,.sitrong doubts are entertained
d sX 27". The Bellette sloop of of the frirt of these revolutionary btossomr
-gjh dd!ahe d taod sent into Digby no less .The success of the Turks at Patras has bee
.l American fishing vessels, for violation beforeannouuncedl; but itn action foughtnea
oi.t'. freaty. Anapli, the Turks are stated to have lo
,UNy'ltfe-argo of the sch. .Matchless, consisting 5000 men; th.- Greeks oi-ly 800. Account
len-.-lft bread, &c. the property of aliens, from Corfu (April 28th) Say; the insurre
,4A3sabitfnts of Boston) has been condemned tion had extended to Candy- ;-fro'm wwhic
jAlth, 'Vice-Admiralty Court, for breach of island the Turks had been chased, and th
1,4p-lmy's. The claimants have appealed Greeks had made themselves masters of a
..-.Ti-e.'Veorcarstle 74, At. @RIuP'iTH, has sailed the strong holds. -
IrQfolliebec.-C(.l. GAUNTLET, Commissary- Thils peninsula ofEtiropesn Turkey has been celebrate
teil'i HA-nE, Mr. UHIAKo:, and others, will i ancient story, as Peloponnesus; and now contains
company the Admiral oml a visit to the Fall. very its1restine' pulatin ot nearly Iafa lion.
t re ,n. t-tst ..s lsu d si i lt sl"Si r thinner ofa ulitilon of sosl., au
off ,'v l. ,can raise 15.00o0 troops. As tlie ancient Crete is was eel
.eJ V'mam"at. h ed for its o100 cities ; and is umetirionedl i ts-e fris'Iec
-Pauol to Tlrios, snoi wps the first Chrlaniss bishop irs Cert
-o'DIhbYE.STE AYS AV NATIT M Itis extrieelylmertile. "


-- r ~--fkj- .j.^.j .,_.^.a.,j j s
t*SiL VS'L. P sPHIADELIPHIA, JULT 3
Si,? UNITED STATES BANK.
L"vW/EE'ING of the President and Direc.
A-ii-"ls of the Bank of the United States
%aWl'held yesterday, when a Committee,whiclh
ita OiTeviously been appointed to examine
iAtffwe'concerns of the Bank, and to report
tl tDividend should be made of the profits
opthi-l~list six months, made a very, candid,
AMrrinind satisfactory statemieni, which re-
s41t10dhi'n the following Resolutions, which
*% 1idhanimotusly adopted, viz,:
5j e.fh'Ied, l hat SJ3,550,000 nif tile unapplied
#r~Ntrfl sC tlhe bank be aproliriated and hset apart
lfa;, f(fif l to -xtinguish the. losses ihich the bank
Nan htlwe sitstained, and that it be put to thle credit
S0f-.,laarticoint to be denaominated Contingent
Fundl," arnd thus be separated from the acc counts of'
pIhr.4.a31qIn loss.
S I7 resolved, That the interest due and to grow
iSen,sos 'sientded debts at tle offices of Loutisvillte,
LZ'ethig.n. and Chiilicothe, and the rite office of
CViaictn,'t-i, be also set apart tor thle extinguish-
ifif el la sses s hichb thie baik may have sustained.
'Rti tohiled, That these several f urds be at.d
'ttiv)-<(lt I'reb-y invioh,bly pledged fn" tie object
deolrg, tlnd Shat they shall riot be diverted to aiv
oth(r r nohjstet withutt the aplrobation oftale stock'-
hql pi, i r at the triennial meeting required by the
.': Wi er,?~ei'. '
n ., -That there be now declared a se-
s'.Il .. ,il.vidend, of 'o:e a-d oune half per -ceut.
( .I.-'.t .1 stock of the banKt--
I" ,Y .eaok e, 'That -49,000 he appropriatPed
foP'tfle.%t-tguishmient of lihe premium paid to the
goverrnrent oni the two Iuillions 6 per cent nan
Srh900I for tile extiaguishment of thie comnmissrio
OSq.]oi ian obtaine.Id bi the Bank in lKuirone
7 'f* 40 for the extiing'oishment of so much^ f'
etxitnnses oh cor omisstuuoers S 6. Jesolvetd,l'shat in addition to thIe semi-annual
aS~l aTpt;d.^,li i eretuolbre madee tbr tile extigsuials-
nfellt of ttll Bouus, there be a Stiui-annual ;,ppro-
pli., iutoto I3a,(;001ibrtlihe purpose, witi the sur-
i'b 1'i 1 i [. ..- [ i- n o the Bonus, bir extin-
p- ...',. ..,* ,- itld oil thIe fCron- million 5
p-'r "t. lrni,, aitd extinguiishing, In pal, t lhe cost
o"briierng, houses built or to be built, and ipurclhas-
etf iihe batL. S'"nctd,
"'""/ .r L. 'iI'IVES, President.
.nA:tc't, futns. \Ht.SuI.S-, C's/hier.
*SliJ f
513 .
rVtLAnDLLPtIA, JtL" 2.-U. S. Bank Stock
this foieioon 118A to 1184.
,V'etw- 1"o-k- Dividends-July, 1821.
570.l Per cent. Per c renlt.
ln0tllir|fts Cto. 4. I Ocnn Ins. Co. -. u
rt-.. is .. -... 2 iP.Peifie do 4-
I -,.'. s-.~- -- -2.. ts N!tstaldo 6...
T,'.h'.t I, '. 3 UAiUuion do. .3
s fityk. do. 4 I

I. '1... a'oitrorsK, J,-a: 28.
N.MFARIOU'3 TRANSACTIONN
em.ir'vat here of t)t! sloo- isorfolk, in
(Ilj'"e J, btnlnd 'om P tHudtelph, ia for J/Vew-
O.';.qa, tihs'been announced; rand that sne
pftinto port in canseqnjence of fire having
beni diseovored on board, created bv vis-
riirl--.-t Ihas turned .out, that thIe vitriiI'l wis
plTlbcly placed to communicate tile fire,
Sit'ad the underwriters of Philadelphia
s I packages of pietendeId goods, and t fur
kjs said to contain 20,E0D Spanish dollars
CI. a -Ju
e ,,,,
pi i,_


British Trade to the East.-The trade
the British nation with'tbe East Indies,arrest
much of the attention of the British Parlia
s ment. The successful prosecution of tlii
trade by the Americans is the subject o
much observation. It is probable a law wi
Shortly pass the Parliament to permit all Bri.
tish subjects to trade directly or circuitous
as they please, with any of the ports within
the limits of the Charter of the East India
Company (except the dominions of the Em
peror of China) and any parts beyond hell
limits of said charter belonging to any coun
try in amity with Great Briiain. What cf
feet this will have on the American trade to
the East our merchants can best tell.

The New-York London acccttnts are no
later than those received here by the lIouqua
Of Buonapar!e.-A vessel arrived in EnL-
land the 26th of May, in 56 days from St
Helena, and reported, that Buo-TAP'ARTE had
been seriously ill for some days;--that on
the day the vessel sailed he sent an unex.
pected message to the Governor-of the.isl-.
and, and the expectation was, that his disso-
lution was not far distant. He has been at
St. Helena nearly six years.

S-GREAT NATIOTAtI -ET7 IT7r -
The late anniversary of AMERICAN IN-
DEPENDENCE was solemnized and cele-
brated in every place we have heard from,
with augmented acts of devotion to AsLM.riTr
GOD, with increased interest, and good feel-
ings, and with all the pomp, show, and pa-
rade," which the venerable ADAts, in 1776,
anticipated that it would be:by all succeeding
generations.
Thlieday, as usual, was fine, and temperate;
and all the arrangements made for its cele-
bration were executed without abatement,
and in the moat happy manner. No accident
marred any of them.-All ranks of citizens
appeared full of JoT for the past, and full of
Hoer for the future. It is unnecessary, if
we had room, to particularize. Every thing
appeared prompted by patriotism, and exe-
cuted with dcorni, chircumspection, and
good will.
In'this town, the Processions were longand
brilliant. The ascriptions of Praise offered
in the Methodist Chapel, and thile Old South
Church, were fervent, pious, and patriotic;
and the orations of Col. FAI BANIKS, and Mr.
Loiri.vo, replete with national feeling, liberal
seintiinents, and lessons of instruction.
'1 lie Collalion tables at the State Honse and
FianueilHia l were well filled; and numerous
national and patriotic, and some few party
s-ntimin-ts, gave utterance to the feelings of
the hear. Those given in the Hall have
been published. 'lThose. in the State House
were all impromniptv, and have not -been pre-
served ; but the bursts of unnimnious applause
which accompanied their annunciation were
good evidence of their moderation, national
spirit, wit and pint.
His Excellency the Governor presited a


/
ir the collation in the State-I:ITou.ie. T siastos 'edI28. lie was on journey from theState ofGeorgiato Cf. t Savannah, June 3, llilillobI(rIt.nuo, floliidge,
were given bytis Ext:5 y tile .u his istive town. "Liverpoola
n Plahwere given by His Exc ,l thLiu- P hiatlii, James Houston. Esq. Assistant Cashier At. at lthriso., t. I. 5tI inst. -loo]) Veisiito, imn, 26
I1 tenant-Governor, hbytliHon. Messrs. C lnrit- ofith Bank of the Uiilt-dStiateis, aged 47. days f'om "rlinity, Mairt.
lie Ell, SI-LLIVAN, RBt}]ifand Ho.st:s, oftlhe Vx- I" himote. Capl. Ge.,rgeP. PaddoelofNntucket. Ar.-at Prvitdence sit, inst. seln. Suan, T ionns. Bath;
as ecutive Council,,&y thl ;President ofthei Sen- AtIBoson. a, M. Charges Poll Srdw ptnte-, ormerty of Hnai, Snow PTorlthsl ; Pbomix, Snow,"" Daertaouti
Bostn. -Independencee, Booldr-oh, fed..
g' ate, Speaker of tile House, the French and At Si. Barts,.sth u. Mr. Benjamin Rogers, mate of NEW BEDFOD.Juinie 29s-Ar. ,,. WVm. Xiig, L.ry
.SanishCon. h r ur S'o."eankfurt M,.-jI*-Ju I1,Or srt. i it ing Stnl, BOater,
InSpanish Con.ols,.,eTicasurer andSecrelay Inodo, the Countess of Chatham, daughter of Lord r t d-O 'irD"agow,,,d fom Bzi
d of tile State,the Chauman of lhe Selectmen, Viseouit Sidney. I -.nk. SpokeJune 9.9thshipWetivmuli H i. 4 dhys
k and many of d he officers of the United S..-s itParis, Duke de Coignr, a Peer of France, Motrshal of from Nantucklet, ftr Pacific Ocean Vireor'v, toker, from
A. -, thla.Wpne, Cib-vi'sier o St. Louis, and Governor of the this port, tfor Brazil lank. Sd, ar. hi Pindol,. hleiinet. 72
as Army and NaVy, &c. -, Ia.ids and Fontainbleaii.-Also, M. Camille Jordan, days from the Coastof Pnttgrouia,w ith oo b ils. il I.i,
b- In the Hall, the Hon. Mr. Eust'Bs preside(, l ( enir of the Chambeir of fDepnuties, from the depart- April 22, s'.ip Charles, Coffin, ,r Has ve, laTh )3io bil'.s;
W assisted by Gen. Henry \Dearbrn, "lTho man oent oftAin-ald moch celebrated during the revolution Geores, Cary. of do. 1300; Fair Brelen, Sayesr, f Sag.
w assisFrance, as a Stateimn n. harbor. 700 ioUnion, Oiblrn. of it. I0i0.- Also hir Ci Cins
SMelville, Esq. Hlon. Ebenezur Seaver, George At Amsterdam, on the 7ih May, after an ines-soffive Ainy, 41days from BremeTI.-4t airi. h l M. ,
SBlake, Esr. Joll ll'azLier, lsq. Wm. Little, days, -liIarles Brek, R esq. of Peanns Iania, much and de- ton, of Plimoauih, from Portland ; Velus [Ioward, Betlfast
B -on A..aron Hill, Col.,BAto>I s Binniey, servedly lamented by ihi Imily and friends, dil. Cl. lii Marthli., Perrv, Souiiih ea, lsiin;it sei.
i- Esq. n Aaron Hill, ol.Ao Binney, At sea, Moody Noyes, Eisq. ol Newburyport. ag.d 61. Pacelte.Delano, Lisbon. ''"
is Col. Thomas Badger, Dr. Wn, Ingalls, Dr. YORK, NW YORK, July 3.-Arirvd,i ps Aitlaintie, .Matlacl,
e J. Mann, Col. Henry Orne, W ,,. Gale, Esq. (,.- p-.- 1l........ t- 13 dayIs from Iiverloo' ; Elizab.t i, Selolr, H-.shiorg, 32 ;
.,r NatIlanl 1 Paul rn e n. Mr Esq SHIPPI J U .J .il AL brig iam Gray, Btrown, lotoi.. 5 ; sr.I Content. ia.
y Mr Nathaniel Alley, Paul Goe, Esq. A-r. ker. Halifaix, 3 ; Joweph, Crowrell. ostn. 7; slops Glihb,
Win. B. Bradford, Mir. Samuel/arry, Dea. POT 0FL e* BO.St'O -18'21 o" lovrll. Bostin, s, hoIl ; Delight. Nichols, dt. it. Below
J. Simpkins, and Joseph N. lwe, Esq. as Ar.t naanin.BonTuesyseh.Nei r. brig a-herine Mary. Alscte-en, 42. Cl .seis. sw.
.sticl, on "arSiabAbeh. New Pac-ket,saailey,,is, eHatt, hns; lbion.Hall, infi ; ir. t. dt.
Vice-Presidents. Myaguies,Porto tric, 27. St. Thomas ; Mary Ann, ClakI, ( ubal. Sai.td shi I olhio,
In the evening many thoUsBids of both L.T DYESDA, July 4.-Arriveid, ship Aticus Westcott, Gifford. Ir Attwerp ; hrig Hector, of Dunde, for ilavrie;
In tie e y h i bita ool. 43: brigs Frankiln. Bath ; Orleans, Pratt, New seb. Abigail, .J1olson, fil Cl'fraesoa.
sexe. Were spectators of Fire-ork thrown ietalus, 27-r.roth- Balize ; Marearet. Smith. St. Uls-s. PHILADEILPHIA, July 2-Arrived. bhrig Flor, ixon,
on fom a stage erected for the puOS oth e he .; tr;illasi, Pols, Batt.; Ma flowerr, Westoin. tHanihurg; Ivies via Gibraltar; seh. Mexican. Whilonb Ioston,, 7 ;
Ion fom n Some oe f thce m wd. e ellent l is. ten. Greene. Bears, Hslifax ; Decatiu, Ballard, brigsW|illiai &Thoiiiais,.Jrost,. at.Thomas, 25; tla iait,
common. Some of themT WVer eAellent; (i.l>ltleton, 16 ; Zephyr, Ripley, Oporto ; Nev Orleans. Clmonto, St. Jiago 34. Cl. Srbs. Cilt.imiuos, iss nrs da
ed antdI itf the general expectation. ms Int satS- olilders, Savanonni. 16: Cliarlotte Farqulhar, Baiker, New Three Sallys. Israel. Malaga; nolla, Pittee, Boson.
rn fied, an apology can be offeredWa:hatsost of R,;slos iss.n, front Hartford ; Mar. IlAIrTIMOBE, July I-Arrived btrig Only So,, Hall,
n y can he offered;* 1 ost of ilt, Jane, Lomnarl,s from Norwchll; Sally, Myriek, Nan-. Angostara and Gadaloupe,24 days from atter ; seis. He.
ad the articles were furnished on till spU-of the tiieket; Maine, Portlanid. len, Basselt. Bossou, 8; Olve Btancl. to.,; Alxrande,,
e occasion after it was ascertained hat |lle sitb- Ar. aqtoa-. hriff Wastiton Dotlibver Si. Ttnima 20; I 23datys from Sonia Martha ; brig .Marylandtoinison,
""setl. Paragon, Small, St. Barts and St. Thomois. lilrnos .yres. 50. and St. Thomas, 12. Cl. brigNew p Pack-
nd seriptlon of individuals would rerthte ex- Cex iase up, briis Thomas, and Rapid, sebs. Packet and et, M.lrtln, Bermuda ; sells. Valona, Baker St. Eusiatia;
C- pease. It is expected that tili mater will reaeuk. Mlalvino. ConklinSt. Tbomas ; Lucy. Cook Boston.
p- be better ordered in ftiture. THURSDdAr, July 5-Arived,brigs Golden Grove, Tho. CHA RLESTON. June 2-Areived, sctis. Eudora, Noyes,
ot Trie Washington Society ceh11fraled the 1 las, i-er7orn0, via quar. ; Gv. Carr -, Tlor Kte. Matanto.n, 4; Mspkin, St. Thomnas, 1. Cl ships Exclniige,
e clayat the Marlrsl Hotiel. _ate the ol fihtam ,f0ouad46fto;cr.Nwp. ; S ReedJtiv.C Crt-lker and eres. Rogers, foi, Liep4ol
-Ini CO. andi 46 ti ou iisrr ; Nsew Pocket. Sinow,' tibitd. Ri:,aa-- Cotesder.SagrtoLirso.
ie dav at the Marlboro' Hotel, the tall f which Iaiiendeise, Mailbiao; Tuies 5Warren, D .xblry '; slool, .NEW ORLEANS, June 4--Entersl-d ship Douglas,
Y was sIuperb.ys.d appropriate doorad. G r. .G Eunene Win. W Mt.-Kei 45 Blaketey. B-..4rell, Dundee sch. Actie, Howlond, Jer-
Ic~a day JtaioGibaoaFr;hiengs.AnnCMaia,fortGeno itansel P.;Jm
in M'r.Wiilian, Parmentcr,presided ,t'h inner, days froi Cape Mount, Africain ballast prie 1oitt'.S me: Cl brig Tw Friens, Celi, fio Gnoa a sehs. Jam
r- assisted by Mjor .lospi E. l Cpt. h Allior. L Stoto. Onemaiedie. anison, Plunkett, for Trinidad ; Sps-ctation, Hall.do.-
assisteCtlbillSMajor Josuph,5hetdcbs. ItL E.Ulatau,,tapt. Lon r.ta "r i. ..t.. ii 51enr21, -k rs,HodTirson, "Has-re oi.... ro.-
f- John, Ftllpe rowun Vtce-Preprtden~ts. l he toasts leard-Seh U islaunli.d ,A, Luce,-.i-. St. Thi'h's ; Mi- "' no ulth, .diip m- h e .H od;son Harrevia rts-
f. JhnFier own, VIce-eints.l11iOe toas o, Thosioaston; Sloops James Flower, Hartfordi--- aut,. t. -hihpPhamni sitchens.hiojidon ; briff Wison.
of have been published. Tlihey .ripi located FRJ ..I)Y, Juliy 6.-Arrive il sal. Huntress, Vise Pet'aa
ast sentiments with the Ciuiciluia. and the Longlield, 34 A days from Mobile. Left 21d ult PRICES OF' rSTOCKS
uts Charlestown Celebrators, Volu eers were rigs --, Gale, of'Sallera, tlor Boston few days ; -ilJly 6. 082..
given by George. Blake, Esq. G H. A. S. llaviana-Packet, Cox, Cliharlestn 1 to. ; slch. E:istern U. S. i Per Cents....I8 a 112 Mass. 5 Per Ceiits naidloff
hi- Dearborn, Col. Binoney, Col. Aust Col. Orne,' Trariel,Lelgrd. Boston, ine. Speke 27th tuit. lat. 7 dc...........o a 1 "1'
ni. Deabor, C335 do..,,... ..............i091I DA7K STOCX.
he W. Galg, Esq. and Mr. i. Clougl-'he toast 33, lon. 77,44, brig Clarissa, 6 da) slrom 6Mtol.s.STatan-OC.
bea.s fbrEq. I I."ew-York.Th tas 1 3 do ... ....... .. 7'[Massachu~setts ..........1123
lie of the last gentleman was, "1 7 ont..-WM. zo Ne-oDeLered 103 [a LUion ..............07aoal
ec- EUS'T-S, 7hiu ]f'esidedat the head floe Rep f..lso, sels. Favorite, .Jor-d n, Ellsworthi F'r- Dfts.oinLondontO3.......... 9 a9 Boston............82Ja53 for 75
S EUStune ,appan, Datee e" o. do. 50-0 .........:b ste .................,63 6 for o60
ed licane t [at Fa1ie all n,]may i. preside at Came up fri'om qua" seh. New-Packet, from o .St".;...... Manand gkMt ....... ,13a 56 4
a- the eadr ofthe State after our 'xt general Myagucz. Dosblo onlars ........1.....5 a Man.and Mi5ck o.............5o .
Tat election." Ar-r. at quar. hrig Onslo, Snow. 25 days from U.S. BankNot..l-sdi. .United States...............ti9a
is- The .'e-tburyport artilleryy C -pany cele. Matunzas. Left 10thi ilt brigs Diligence, Jones, v'tCorrertedby WIItAM COCHRAN Stock and Elx
b- bratedI the day at Deer Island, without dis- Portland, 10 (haT ; Sal-andil-Hope, Blinn, Provi- chalngse Broker,Nr.7O State-street.
nd tinctioni of party. Harmony atidood order denice, oune. ; Clarissa, Coffi.i New-York 6 days; -pt hoe r~~'-,-.-.7.;_ -T-. _-'-
nd prevailedt; and the Declaration Indepen- Corinna, Lathrop, Boston, itln.; ;Gasixy, Brown, IN'STRUCTION.
_.*x, _..do. do.; salts. Wssasiingtoaa, Snsow, dio ,. ts
of dence wats read by Steel,. Es We have L .eo .;elltt .-- 3ashin gn/IS. MAY A. BRO(tKS res'peetfulhl, i
MAeo A.eBROOSresoeitlallyarn
:t, not oom fr the toasts given on ti occasion. "" ti',L etotnot St Croi 1 ,e irsn s the public, that she proposes to be.
t, nt0 et tg no ocBrig St',Clair, litirore, St Croix ;sell.Wash- g Monoday, "lae .22d instat,t to Pdevote tte
ets In iCharleltoen-John Kettel Esq. was ou's fromonie till on2( instemornig, to 'loe hi-
of J'resident of the day, and Leonar-. Parker, A brigr went into ouar at sunset StrUtionurs fr anine lill one in le boring, t tLadies in
on Mloses lall, David Devens, HenpVan Voor- Cteared-schs. Galaxy, Kenpton, Trinidad, by te French in d Italian Languages. Par f Ladies' in
it. his, Ebenezer Baker, and Ke ll ailr, James Baker; William, Johnson, Portsmoth; and separate attention will be pi to perleting
at Vice Presidents. J ,ames, Blhunt, ; Telegraih, Otis, Wiseasset ir writing and *o gish coosito
it. Tile volunteers were by Mit. l!. Loring, V Maine, Rogers, Eastport; Edwardl, Snow, BuNangor; ant great pais tiakeni to inspire a taste for pie
ad lIon. Mr. Whittemore, John Ann,.Betuja- Taitamount, Allet, Lubec; ,sliops Enterp.eize, literature in, general. For teram,-apply at No. 21),
n, mmin Whitman, and Benjamin Glion. ttussey. Nantucket Packet, Prince, Portland ; School-street.-
T'le day was noticed ilt l S "from et"tor .Bailey, Bath. 7eferencc-Messrs. F. SaL.ES-Caxsn Biv-
er. dawn till the darkness of night,' y ringing Imported since 29 -3745 bbs. Flour- BAM & 0 6sp Boston, July 7, 1821.
of bells, cannon, processions, In the l9S7;>h,rtisels Corn-t81 hds.,s218bags, and 5 bbls. HOUSE OF INDUSTRY.
sanctuary prayers were offered J the Rev. Coffiee-i698 helsts, 554 half chests, and 432box- "B5,ROPOSALS will be received by the subseri
ve Mr. EnERsoN ; the Declaration 4d by the es T,. --515 Ihhis. 410 tierees, and 7 bbls. Molas- beru nttil e tla taist.fo-iingditone an
n- Rev. Mr. BoLLEas; and an oration onounced ses-629 boxes, 154 bbls., antI 517 lhhils. S i ar- Bh'ic- ofUlthoutle f5totr 4at SotIl'stoiad
av by Jos.Pu E. SPRAo.u, Esq. 116 pipes, 30 half pipes, 164 qr. pipes, 180 casks, also, for the CARPENTERS and JOINERS sork,
is InVew._ BelfoIrd the day ,as a.-opriatel" an( II hltds". Wine--t13f,000 Dollars--152 lhids. the nature and extent of whiuh, sill be radie
p- noticedl.-A pocesslon took p) to tihe Toba O-477 bales.Cotton32'tiers R-ice-,7 kn;,oalia to teudersigned, at No.
its Meeting-hotluse :-Prayers we'e tered by hls. Ta'-3 0 blls. T ur'.etinc-205 boxes Le- 1i7, Orange-street.
el- the Rev. Messrs. VWHEAr.K:, a-d.LAisainY ; o Pei order oflhe building Commitlee,
of thl.e Declaration was read b) 3 ToT G. Salem ntazette Office, CALVIN I1OWE, Suwerintendart.
all CorriI, Esq. and all oration protnced by ',idoaY, July 6, 181. cc, July 4 istm,
lal Mr. DANIEL K. WlITAKER. At manner gi- Arrived at this port sell. Jeremiah, 'ThIinmpsonr, tJ T1F r HIrJIn BO O .
v- ven, Gen. It-COLN, pre-ide, ased by ,. 27 ,lays fronmm -lana sloop Merrimnuo k Packet, 0X
i A. Patt _, and the Hon oAT eoyAnJ. ateihelder, 21 tays from do. Left sehl. General UST pub!ishedr;aud tor sa!e by MUNROE &
ad .UKER as nee laon tATIEONr. Brooks, Preston, of Salen to sail in 1 61 2 ays ; i FRANCIS,
es hle toasts were laconic ar.d temns ate. s llNancy Aan, Mrgana. 4 r 5 days 1etire .Thee Universalists' Hymn Book, a
re Win. BAS, Esq. d vered al ration at Capt. B. sailed, 47 days tfrom Boston ; she gont on new collection st PsPhnms and Hmymns, for the use of
)at Fairhaven .the Dog Keys,a day before her arrival, and earri- the Universalist Societies. By Hosea Ballou and
mir We mentio -*hlat credit tae g en d away hler bowsprit, stove inr henr sides andil sus- Etdward Turiner. July 7
re, here it is dtu.e-that during t. e ,li taimedotlmer injury, so that sie woulh probably be -
i he t- do.ing e e condemned, as unseaworthynv brg SilLwortn, of NWOTICE.
( days of the season, notwithstandinnecrowd Boston,12ndays frons worm Nevw sinlloer., of I -II I ..
S on theCommo as unusually r son- EamCS,a1fB t-otr5 fro 'NFesprs;; -r.1,trtly1 staken..r
ed all of them, t.lr Police Establasint ha d not fore the I. 1 sai.l ; bt, Hind, orf Portland, old stand in Milk-street, opposite Federal-street,
occasion to arrest a single individuinror to uncertain wheii; to sail. Brig Francis, of Bostmon, were she will carry on tie HABIT and DIRESS
S. interfere on any occasion to p:elCe tie sailed til Rotterdam 1.th June. MAKING ins 'all ".ts various branches. and most
Space, or prevent confusion. Alarblehead, July 5.-Ar. brig Union, Evans,. modern style. She likewise vishes to express hlier
ar .-,-- 21 days from Cape aytien. Left, une 12,Ib,'i gratitude to thosic Ladies who hinve Ihavored lier,
)St 2tdy rmCp lotcr etIro v ~i
st .... ..Vsl.-ht plant, F a'field,disc. selhs. Minervy:, Glover, with their patronage, and also plolgei herself to
Is ofo'l _inas; h., i .of the 1assachnsetts Charitable 'amic .s. Skerry, for Cuba ; Nancy, Mvers, unc. i Swift uance of thie same fivors.
- sociation, propose to offer valua Premi- Smtth, for Cuba ; Coquette, Vail,, disc.; Harriet N. B.-PWantedr'ianeditiuelyh, aRnumber',fyounuog
e t uims for thie best samples of Ship.OATS. atm lnuilustrv, of Baltimore, jiust ar ; sloop Enibait- Lsdies, as aplr-entics to lite above business. Guod
li EDGE TOOLS, FIRE SETS, RIDI 3 SAD- go, Chase, of Portsmouth, detained. Spoke, lat. recommendations will be required. 6wv Jt'i5 7
DLES, and elegant BOOK-B1NDI ; to be 27, 35 N. Ion. 71, 12, WA.. IiJg Don, 'Cliard, 20
Awarded at their 'Trienniel Celebri in Oc-. (lays from WViscasset for Matainzas ; lat. 38. 12, N. I'ia'T)D, J
Stobernext. P.rticulars hereafter i... Ion. 66,24 W. brig Faine, Dvis, 3 days from lBos- FERSON -of got;od address, well scquaintli
na A T wirthah r ton t'r Soirsnam. In the Cayeos nassage was A- wilt tie town auid its inhabitants, capable otf
nil' -------brouglst too by a Patriot sell. and alter a t iw iin- collectingsbscribers bfor ani original and hiteresting .
1 The Secretary of thie Boston Sotlyfour the utes ldetention was permitted to proceedt.-lat. National Publication, now printing. Application
of relgioats and imoralinstructior i of tPoor uac- 4'2, 40 N. Ion. I9. 50W. SpokebrigBe'verBeitly, n.y be nns'e at tue bookstore, No. 37, Brattle-
e. knowledge receiving from a La thle sIum frnom St. Thomas tor St. Andtrcws. street, or .at the Centiunel Counting Room.
of five dollars, "to be appropriateei the use --- July 7 3sp
o of the house of public worshipledicated T-SSrLS LKrr. -
At Ne- O,1rans. June 4, Nepto. e Place, Boston, s0; SHOP TO BE LET'.
ts tlis day," and informsn the kindtl befactress Gcorge 'Williamss, adi MeSu, Cled. r be let, a Shop, opposiae Ifoylstou Market,
. that it shall be employed in tile irchase of AtHa-'burg, Ma *25, Oplirlta, Dewsmn, une.; TwwoBro. (Sonthside) 0t- tby'20-reit lose. Iiui're
.si.gig books for-the choir. WbiENKS. thers, Gilehrist, rant Elizabeth,- Witlliaits. repairing; Dido, it No. S, Newbur)-stret. Ju y 7
if sTing books for the choi. ssom, St. Ubts, 3 ; Two Yr iends, Smithw( o. ito. ; Peace,
-f T hor'sday, July 5th. Weeks, of Portland. do. do. ; Midas. Whebster, do. do. int.; i r
i- .O. ----- ,Ptrr.ntdResident, Tripp, of Fairhaven. do. 6; Arethusa, Merrill, hnHAR P. t,',s pale.11t
B07/7) v P// w ilT-crvnrv St. Petersburge. next (lay. rP The? mail tha;t toli seven paiir or Ladies rno-
B 0. ?llflOF 1P11bLIisiRY SCOO S.0 St.8eteStoll.. aa'tslay
At Halifix,.l,,e 30, Infant, Collier, for Boston. The oeo eShoes tfrol a Shoe Store ini this town last
A special meeting of the Board' Primary Tom, of aao. sailed name day. "d-i -I isminssftls ore
y Schools, ra eld o roday, 2d i. on ac- At St. Barts, 23 dys sine, brigs Abeona, Caror.aa, 4; Saturday, soes not r,;.urn them imn.ediatly e
SIchounolswsheld il ondy, d i-f. E^ on ac- '..,^ n. Wieb swd*l I k shar*'' aflei hilm 11) Juf-' 7
a count of toe rece-nt auldi sudden deh of E Do-nestie Barneyr. ine. ; 5h. Victory, af Sics, f.. tasta- .lD siisk ashtlr altf.terhio. Itp JulofS
coun ofOit recri andsuden eliOf LT-ingtonT,- .C. discharging.
sA TIC 'eKon, Eq. Tthe Znmltuca,fobr this port, 7days,at do. June. H)OUSE fLOST.
TiOMAS.W H The Milletr. M:,son, for thls port, was loadinagat St. Eis- iTRAYED Irot tihe pasture of thle subscrlier,
e O otiols L.WAVxNTntop, EsqC. Chamato. tatia, Iginning of'Jne. Por- last n eight, l.bright bay MARE, 6 -.ears old, i
I- On motion of JAoisas SAvaoG, El. of the Iithe Eibh, abont 5th June. bri uPeacg Weeks, ofPort-
f Stadi"g "Committee, seconded by r. L.-w]s land, tiom Halltrg for St. Us, sw-ll thedayybeorespoke abont hss aigwit a og si til, sae
Ino htg G; s tar lan sf StB osto n. for Hi msb urr. tro tte r, s he is fsil n f l es h a nd v e ty ro u n d b u ilt ,
T APpAS, of the scltool-district corosed of At St. Eustatit 5uh June. sell. Miller. Mason, Boston, her Inane was biaided when she Ift tire pasture.- i
Wards No. 10 and 11, to which tlideceased next day ; Uiom. Paterson, S.eoil, 10 tdays. .' whoever wil l ret,,rn said Mare, or give me illlor- 1
member belonged, it was Voted undniouoly, At Point PeteO27th May brlis Alest, Gordonfor Boston, xnalion wiei she may be lound, shall be suitablly
1 days ; Fox, Wor~reum. l'orlth-sd, 8 daoys.
S Thatt this Board entertain a high eeem for rewarded. LEMUEL GAY.
the services of the late ELisnA Ticion, Esq. VtESSLS s tnt0:I Sitighton, .Tilq 4-, 1821.
who essentially contributed, b) thindefati- June 15, lat. 25, 33, lon.6ihrig Morn, Greely, 21 days / ED
Bale eertit of oa tln i def- from Potlanid, for Marnzai-2Othi, seh. Racket, Nichiols, IoA'ID,
gable exertion of his talents in prate and of Kannebunk, from Phil id. for St. Thomas. r0 live in pi-irvte family, a younmgMan. lie
public, to the establishment of the iystem- Al" 26, at.0 o, 16, N. I,,n. 38.i, brig Gen. .ackson. 50 niustrbe accustomed ti horses, tnd to drivi;g
1and by constant sidnl,, i7t,, nt nd davn from Buenos Ayres, for St, 'Thllionlas, thence 10 Phi- I-,ige uitam t th Cite oniig
au y constant assiduity, jludgsnt,a. marriage. Inquire at' the Centiel Co ing
S earnestness inl the office of Chairnmpn of the iJune 7, off Coap, de Gatt. sell. Catharine, from Boston. Room. Ju!ty 7
SStanding Committee, hIas extendedlhe bene. Juae 17, lat. 3, lion. 47. blrig' Decanir, of Wiscasset, 16
days from Alexandria for Madeira.
fits of education to tlhe children nder our Jnly 2. tt. 40,40o. tit,.71.30, setl. Hyder Ali,6days itom I.'-1A-JI'D,
care through tlhe town, P1Irsmouir for Cliarleston. S' N a private tanily. a colored Woman, who is
Votd rorrustnnaonlm,-l'laa a cp ofthis Taute 20. lat. 40. 4t, turn 552. tiri~g Dt'as-, ad% ilson, oa itins ."acqtuisrtet wvitha pilin coonkinig saud othetl hust ie
V noted u ,nan im ou sl,/- h at a co of th is l iar( ,S ono Liver p, orss i ty f oi'C oit eiut. wo rok L i er aul w ,g es w' i be toig n.l IT s ,iqui ,' at
vole be communicated to the son f: Etteit JuneTs7, lot. 42. os^ 00, brie Cilu$, 35 oays from lire- No. 9, Atkisor->stret. 'g J1uy 7
T IcK tN on, F-sa ^.A id p -i tited in d l i ) ra l uers ifor s w lt-dlord.
-- Asocol ta. d tetl inta. Ps s Jane 26, lilt. 42. Ion. 58, brig A rgo, 33 fro- I.iver)otol for
Attest-PEITER MACKINTOSHI Jr. Potland. S't U.'lT"mO.,t /A T.V .
Se-etar --. July 2,1at. 4 2, Ion, 67, 30, ship Pearl, 30 hours from Bos- A 1IDltLEI aged persou wss itot d rira-cnclan-
OlsnATrr yoo's -At Salem, Rev. W lu.uM W t- Ttune 16. sifF ,Matanza s, brig Orleans, of Port'mou tlr, 141 uho iiokia g islets a sitn;.ioy ml.is tmsekra ser ot'n
0I .l.o s, pistor ot time Brancht Church uiuiiiociety it siys fre; N. Orl-s-ss for Phlilad. kquim- ali. ('sri-
that town. Sermon by the 1ev 'Ir .LitMs, tune ,' ., neau Bermt,,da, icts. Pink, fronr Portsmouth for tiril Cotrtinig Room. n July 7
Mrmml tisaico. ...... _.- ..
ofNewlvty. .fret. Jidmmi8"seh'.Pilgrim,, Higginss 5 days fronr Wiltingui... I'O ti n Edward II. RohhlillS,
MA f--i-Ely 1,otf Chsisolesgag hrig lt. Grsy. of this prt;. J e*. reotfo"
II {ID :Jllue 23, o0' rthe Frying Paui Shoots, srti. Iltensry, 10 da~s5 sig fPioreti i-cirt s oit
Ill this tnswn, en .Ve nes-dsay eseuing last. b) the 15ev. fIaon this port for Say:mnah. st>..\ill.ES .1. A I M 5, of l)ir'elr lster, i ll tI
Paul D e n, M r.iani i rt a ba e -dll, j at i. M rs Juj Go s I d. M ay 2S. lat. 38, uonm. 57 brii D rtcalur, days ft tm N ew e so n tv rit .o N ortolk, in rig i:t o h i IiihiiIm h It s
Inr C as lh Jr (i sp orl, by to le Miss M ;ot G aiti ,l(r. T hom as 'uorl fo.- M adiir ow 5-, w h or is o n ly d au nigl te r o f S ns nlmlmll.:i [tiaksA ,
S Im p s u yo i i B lst o n t o M il s S o p h ia lt i y tt s -o rv o fiC S h i n &\a r u iy & S ua i d, s a i ie d f ol .iu oiv e r p o tl 3 1l hS l l a y t ol f or i ert. l o f as i s h I ) o i l e s t tr w il l o w o f Et i E b y e y e z r
I i, Ro x b u ry *in T h er~ dla y e v e rfin g b y U ev > .. P o rr, V irg in ia .
lion. Win. A. Kenst'of.Coteord, N. I. to SMnrimrgaret Brig Prudent, Atkius, ar. at Bremen iS51h Mst faomit Vir- Bikcr, htte of sash Iiorcluester, (]iceases-d. whicti
T"ukir, o1 Itoxbtnry. g.risa. S snsl>ii:l l iris also ilceaseei, ani at thue tliu il lif!i
Iu Telotteltni, by the tem. Clurl r Wrllintgi, Benja- Ship Win. & Itemry, Slanwopd. SIaou Gloaeesser. passed ituetlr wis resilient it the State olf Itdiaua, ansI
nutim OD,t) EVsq. ta Stis. Nabhay Tlurner. Elotsnesr tl tr Mm5. ,
ur Pmiia dt, Mr. Wvillia Moody ao Shit Dire Hum,- Bs'ig Clhark & Ellen, hence ha ar. at Ti t. wseaS t.lmn seized and possess ,d of et.,te and r.,'lhts
pihrey. | Biig Hope.Snows Ir'nce ar.at Ga s tenhntrg 014 May. ius said I rliar tster, ltiat r-qsuiure to ae ait i i O-
InNerw.Yiork eily, Capt. Alex. B. Ciark, of taiticket, Ar. a0 Cotnhliaogn 1st May. Istdepe-t-drnce. Ht.wtl'utd. rired upto.-;:rsi lhlisre it no hli'il riplrseultaui ne
to Miss Mary .. Otaymomd. Salem I. S1|s, I pepsnidensc. l.sw, Ch.si Itrwon. 8tlh o h-l ir of santl it l1an1 a i ,witlhi Sithe tonui Onw ll,
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... Discy. M aicsrblehead, itlst, IVasidh rlsr. Csssway5 (Is|srrst-lt. m
)] ED time d'titu-. Ahiy, fa o. Nest lurdiord or.,t Brnemen "tm uf Ma ,ssaestre'to, oihe than said }imulih. 'l'hc
s t, s r S r t s M ay s a id s hd C ali 'h s th me r elo r e tr a y s to i e it iii tt il So to i sa
Int^i ow."*I' Sm^n lns^ r a'^ s -.. r ;'Y~ Helen, nhwklolr, lineea,.. HOonoa 1Pth Ma'. Irnst ot administrators in right of" t e said HMant,h,,
On Msay Mornuuig S'lr, Etzabrtli, 1 Stng,'s" chill of TI,. Anghest, L' art atl l e-gh- or.in 10G1ro i rm lS t. of llhe erts.l, of ,lst said Snisanniht Baker, decreased I
,Mr. "iimi ,umoer, tugrsd 3 years and 6tous,. mo mursaLemh. s ogom tuStyma.aSt fthOitl -frIeholmtsmrimluakr-s.e~ed
Oi1 Ttutrsday, Alt h-d B. Seawrmd, agsd 5 yeas. soil oh '""'".l gil ing hoists us by law ;s required.
Mn. G 'V. Ssoward. a.rairgastCaspp iounige.t .bls01 oh S hiparittIha. Freennsail. dalt om -malnholtris ahorts ( li CIIAiLES J. ADAMS.
Mar. Samismem Cusimislg. agudh ts nolnle~. or usy. bor Statl thtr Ii; t.'i0.t'rait, Wrall-ts,, il" N wb Ie-y, lJerht/io .J[iim 5, 1 821.
SIm D o t r h t' s t r t 1. .lo t u s D i l al ; y,s g d .3 7 ito r i 2 0rim A r r l fi a -St S l. S b I- s r i U s I si r 1, Xn i i s hi wt
It Ms.teotord. Nathniel Popse, ot of N. P. t.uso.l', Esq. itpssamuiaskof A^i, tot- .i Sib-s.
:agedt s.o hipoest hdaotasofAoeSh:.
In Glo,,ce.er. s,,denly,r, of sqti y.r.Sah I a loyh- ,ih' Ai,-ia, r at, Es sh.i'rOe ii ron,'rti-, Nm l:a.- NIIh'll"k ss-. Proats Court ot I)slsain, Jndle 5"t,
tee or Sljan I. Sntirttbjr. oged 0 yela uit 5 im ,soth i2int ruts-'. alhd frost [liva,'- tumses 3. I Sit .
SM. h gd .lI~ri alre. lii N. hiss N s Y snms wa f .o s til f'im t l ,m-h May (i th,' ahni el' ti,tt-a if Chiarles J. Ad 's-a. OrO r
Haisy tf/ucrhi M r a t.dtoyoa n ri' thos ao w s i.5.- 'h[-re t'ap la ,..tblsf it p rt. firi li ifH U n r n's Pr .
She'sjnir'rd to Saintsa a ohchamwm red'cemig Lots-;" Sati-d fis.i G ira'ia t,May 2, Neptiii-, "Isirste. 4ilt, dreledsi, lis'h i lie esr.simi-ralion thlereoa be ielfrrs d
Ita Glotns.e-sler, wid Priseillia "at'cnl, agrid 45.--5Mh" t'aIliniie. or D husl 'ry, fbr A tcsalc I '- a l5-hobale (Cu'll it) bis bslden at l) lhaim onut
Ttioitasio askta.hacaud 47. rhing Al_.isi.s l-rigltt.26 d t ys Ifiri this iort, ar. ttP 1t. is il'msi 'I"l;n sC of sh Anui sllt isex- (ind this- oid .


Ia N,.w-bnrypor,.i isEli ,alsel 1fs vis, agitd 22. P utr nitmui6, 6,lmist sa t BI l rts Bs1I. Clr t'r is lt-;vb- dit ct1 i to i v l totte therof
I.i l5ilt.lgoii.JIu 15th, bir. Dan,. Cain, agitd 63 ears, Ar. atIlil.x -I' *I .I... p F t. 1 .:. r- ianl|,-r. Dgx toal itI tLhd. fly pliblishilg :' m tested copy ol p
a r ultoitnl ary soldier ,lid t e-s'hi.Oei slri-. 271ll'. ,n,. i a I iI l W'h1igln ,1
Ii liingliami.sd tls. 0 aptly. 'Peter (';ldrr,.ltd fi5. : N. C. ; Sl .11, -TI....... i. ., zrl ,t igsI li l'titon :afoircsail, anid tius Order Ihe-reolli, orli a
Is MArliidiaroigh ion thie 7th nilt Mr. Thlsddels vWah'en. },'ntlrmiuiri's Btu ; Alii;n, Aim -Fr'sd-,siets!lr..- lliig w-eks ssuccessiv. s, v I tthe. Colurmbitan Centiicl,
aged 74.-And on thl 181h, tihe wif i oit'thi ut'Ilrc uIl. g'ed t r!|o uine. of Pmitaiid. frotm Lulsit ar. s. 2tI. il-rile Is roiiited ill ii O',t i .,n thi last pi)IbiCititlo tt O Ib' ft l ir- t U
69. tlota died within 122 hoars olt acai oll and wura ill- the ie -elsit ; :atd scis. Htse. Gva-tie, .ld Ani I ayiohid, ,c. as blnefoe said timei tht ry nimy their n il 0
terred ii, one grave on thu 220h. (Beverl) fisalngv..s,il) anr. 29th i is dislres., th ias before said tiey sha b hey mdyi then aI d t
I Warle, widw Mary Whitecd 91. thcre aluar, and they shall beheatd cocernig the l
In Wrst-Springfiehl, Mrs. Chiarlotte Spramrue. wife of Soih-d fronm Richmontd 2Sill ,il". bihe A'exsinder, VWaot same, iftlscy s-c case.
Rev. Wilani t. S. aand daughter of thilue late Gum. Eatuil, for L-ith, setild; sellc. A;aly & Nuuic),Sargeant, Port':au EI)DW. H. ROBBINS, J. Probate.
aged 23. e P e % i No t,,. WCopy-Attest 8AML, HAYEN, Sey(fr,
kau Providc53. 4 ,.Mr. William Padelford,lofltoyams C1. at Newbury'port, ach. Borneo, Symirsam, WWtl Indies. Copy.&test, 5AtL- ILYEN, RegIcr.


Massachusetts Medical Society.,
T H-IE Ceinsors ol tile Massachusetts Medical So-
ciety and for the first Medical l)istriet, will
hold thcir stated meeting in the MassaclasettS
MIedical College, on WEDNESDAY, the '-fth
curl'it, fi lr. thie purpose of examining candidates
lort- tinht- Practice oflPhysick and Surgery. )
iGeuti t wen desirous of being examined are re-
quersted to leave their names witli.the Secretary,
previously to tlre disy on s liniel thIe Censors meet.
By ordcr, JOHN DIXWELL, liec. Sec'y.
Jily 7' i 1821.

District of Massaclhusetts. to wit:
DISTRICT CL7HRK'S OFFICE.
flE IT iEMENMIN RED, that on lihe twctly'h
sixth day of July, A. D. 1820, in the foaly-
fifth of the independence of the United States of
America, IlAxvo:r. Ol.)v.n, of tile said District,
has dc.sitted in ltlis office the title (if a book e
rightly whereof lie claims as proprietor, in Ithe ojIAs
following, ta witt: Tie works of Rev. Sam, el,
Shaw, 'MN. A. Miniister of thle GCospel in London.
In t\ o volumes. First American, from the En-
gliash editions eorructed an~d improved. Vol. 1."
In eonlbrmifv to thle acet of theI Congress of the
United Slates, entitled, Al Act tfor'the encour-
agement of Learning, hly securiin'g the Copies' of
Maps, Charts and B'ooks, toi the authors and pert-
prietors of such Copies, during the times therein
mentiotined :" iand also to an act entitled, An'Act
supnheimntary to an act entitled, An Act for tile
enconuragement of Learning, by seeiuring the Conies
of Maps. Charts andt Books, to the :' ;liors And
proprietors of such Cooie, dntring the thinls 'here-
in mentioned; aid extending the betiehits tlieweo
to the Arts of Designing, Etograving amd Etching
Historical and other Prints."
JNO. IW. DAVIS,
Ctlrk of the Dist-ict of .loassachusetts.
commnonwealth of .4isa cl seit.ie
Middlesex, ss. To Silas Temple, of Mlarlboros
in the county ot Middlesex, administrator ofI
estate of tJonn How, late,of said Marlboarot
deceaeaed, intestate, and to heirs at law of
deceased, and to all others concerned in srii/
-tate. Gtus.TlAj
"STIIEREAS the said Silas Temple, hbas/ !
-1 sented ftor allowance, to the Judge of,.
'hate of Wills and for grating letters o adnm.
ration in and br the saidtei county of Middivsci.
the second account of lhis adfii.isuratio, ut no said
estate
You are thlerefare titedf to appear before the
Saitd Jndgtlg at a C urt of Probate, to t- holdeon at
Concore'd, in :,nd for said euinty of Middlesex, o?
tlhe first Tuesday of Siutenober next, to show
cause, if any you have, >ith-,r for o, against the
sanie, and yot the above named Silas Temple. ac-
cordingly are herety Ordered, to serve this cita-
tiun by- giving persouasl notice thereoli ',, 1 Dem-sons
conceenrhd iii said estate, living within te'i miles
from the said Court, ten davs at least, previ us
stereto, and notifyhig all othea's interested therein,
bv ucarsiig a t-ue cops hereoft obe inserted three
weeks suec'ssively ic, the public newapa per called
the Columbian Centinel, published i; BlBostni, by
Benjamin Russell, the last publication to be at
least thirty tavys before the said first Tuesday cf
September, and to make du-e eturn, hereof wtva
your doings therein unto the said Coturt.
Dated iat Framingham, the twventy-oixth day of
June in thle year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred ar.d I wentv-one.
SAAsEI-'P. P. FAY; .7 of Probate.

Comnonwo health of Massachusetts.
Middlesex,ss. To lN 'tfia Sh;plev. and others,
heirs ait law of Abigaiil Shipley, late of Pepnerell,
in thIe county of Mliddlesex, widow, deceased,
.GIEETMKO. .
TS r HEREAS a certain instrumeitt pur-
10 10 porting to be the last will and testaa,-
meant ofsaid deceased, lhas been presented for pr'i.
bate, to the Judge of P'vohbtale of Wills, nsd ftli
granting l-tters of administration in and tbr'the
said cou,.ty of Mididlesex, by John Shipley ; ,Jonas
S. Varnumt, the executor therein named, having
declined that trust; thie said John Shipiley, having-
also made application to be appointed administnra-
tor of said stSate :
Y ..Y,.. .,,. ,t, rii,, hereby citedoal.fi.pza -hl ar.
the ,, t .1,,. ,-, nirt of'-roWt50, to be h'iddei
nt Groton, in and for said county of Middlesex, on
the second Tuesday oi Aumust next, to show cause,
if any you have, either for or against the same,
Aund you the abobe named Johii Shipley, accord-
ingly Pre iherely Ordered, to serve this citation, by
giving ptLrsoni; notice Iliereolf to all persons con-.
cernel.in said li state, living within twenty miles oF
the said Court, ten days at least, previous thereto,,
-isti.d notifying idl otliera interested therein, by cai;;
ing a tSue esy' hereof to be inserted three weeks0
si'cessivcly, in. th'e public nowsspaper called the
Cohlmbiat Celntinel, pubiislhed in Boston, by Ben-
jamiin Russell, thie last publication to be at least
fourteen days before tlIe said second Tuesday of
August, and to make due return hereof, withb your
dloings t iei ein, unto thie said Count.
SWitnesa Samnue P. P. Fuy, Judge of Probate,
atinesaid, under his seal noffical, at Franmingham,
the twsenty-sixlth day of Jnse, in the year of our
Loid one tl oiuwsd eight hundreds asd -twenty-nne.
SA.MUEL P. P. FAY, J: of Probate.
1
Commrnonwvealth of Massachiwtselts. I
lisilles-.x,ss. T'o Siamuel Bart ett, ot'Crmblsi(ge,
his tcol limty of 'Mltllesex, ritardian, of Esther
EvaIs, a minor, daughter f'Be:jamin Evanis,
late of Weston ,i mn said county of Middlesex, de-
eeaseds, ;i,d to heirs at la i, and to all-o:hiera s
colcerin.i edii the estate of said niintor, iwho is
now deceasedt. GREL.TING.
T i HEiREAS the said Barllett, lihas pre-
Io. o l' sOinlted tfor all'w:uce, to thle Judge of
Probaute of Wills, arid lor granting letters of adinin-
isuration ;n aind lfor the suidh county of Middlcsaex,
thle first nceount oi hi gut "tsiuhlshi) :
You 'r iheretore l ; erel, I c I, to appear hjutltre
the said J,: Ige, ?t a Court l l'f mrbate, t- be li"i;l:n
at Cambi id-'eis and for said county of MViddlesex,
iln the sil c.d 'iu isday of January ext, to show
cause, if any you have, either fit'Or or against the.
Aud you Ithe above named Bartlett, accordingly,
are nhereby Ordered to serve this citation, b giv-
inug personal notie tLbereof to alt persons concerned-
in said minors estate, living within tet miles from
the said Court.. ten days at least previous thsreto,
and notit% ing ail others interesi-d i'erei i, by caus-
ing a trne copy liereof to be inserted tlihree yeuks
suveessively i, tl e publ-ic nes paper called the (
Colotubian Centinel tpublisheirit is o t. '._---:
jaMinl ItussI-1l, Ille last puhlcatisn to Ins at leas t
tir nmointlis before (le siid second Tuesday ohf -
Jainualh", and to make due l'eturn hereof with your s
Itloiiugj thlcreum, u-to tin's.sail corut. ^
.lutd at Fr.''i"ghiu, tiuc Son"iy sevemit a .
-flJute. ~in tlue yeai of our Lou-s oue tlsoussanl cigit
toiintreohstl and iturts-coaj. *^
SAMUEL P. P. FAY, of P'robate.

Essex, ss At a Court of Probate,
hondei ral Saieln, iiaiid bar said county, un the
first Tuesday of Juh, A. D). 1821.
f -t LIZABITII BAIt'LET T, who is named
-Sd exetuarix in a elmriain instrument )lurlormtling
o hue Ilie last will and testament oh Jolm hiratliett,
a-te ofMarsbltiOeId ir said count, imosrime; -,lce;uis-
ed, hIsving presented thie sante for probate :-
Otlered-t, Tl'l11 tIre third TInesultv imi Aumuti.
iext, Sem ot this- chick lh fore nuonr hle assigned as
lIe liise tht s-.i; ', i,. ssiid ii ttlsru m -.i at o
f;l:l: ;I ,;.e thien to hue holdem ;t Sahlm, is
-it: ) c. uny ; rnd that said lKlizabe.h lairll;tt, give_
'-tiee to anl pe0slos inlerested, Ib) eansig !in at- T
tets-d cspy sf tihis order to tie in;)sithsd three
-e-ks sinseessis.cly in thie Coltutian Centinef,
sriosil in Botiion, tIme lIst iulhslicatifn to be lour-
tee] daiys, at least, before said time, n hat they maiy
ie present, aiid ubjset, it lItsy she cause, to such
);'rulte. I. A. \I11TE, Judge otf'robute.
AS tsue copy ol reca'd .'Otlest,
NA'T'H. LOISI), Jr. Register.-
I3)sI'I'CE is hereby given, that one
I* ttt rin]mo'e lIaS been 'd'lo ed by tile Jndge


of Probate tor crerdiiors to the estate of
ZABDIIL AIDAMS,
sat, of Roxbury, in tlhiecointy of Norlelk, trader,
i iea~sel :, tio l iig in tireu clliots against said estule,
iltd th'uit tI: 1iiilscril'i s, cotnm missionel.r tlie 'eoi,
ill liltnd h for hIe ipul'ise of rxqminring the same,
St tl'e hlive ot Samnuel J. Gardner, in Itoixbu.'y,
on the tliI, day ,f Ihe ipresenit mouth, betwetrn
he hours of'4 andi 6 1P. M.
JO, AI'tAN DORR, Cem'ra.
SAIMUEL J. GAINEJ?,J
July 3, 1821. -











SALT AFLOAT.
1ETERS, POl'IND & CO. No. 30, Central-
whartf, hare for sale, on board ship Atticus,
at the end of Centrtil-'lwharf,
700 hlid,. LIVERPOOL SALT..
..... qLSO0....
For Frieglht o0 Charter, tile strong'
and burthensonme ship ATTICUS,
'Jos. Vescott master,in complete rret for a voyage,
would take a freight or be chartLred at a low rate.
Apply as above. July 7

For Canton,
The superior fast saiing.i coipi'r fastin-
ed midi conpered ship ZEPilYR. 360
tons bur'tle,, VWn. Clevelaml Supercargo, wsill sail
or Canton ot, the Istof August. Specie will be
taken out to be invested and brought back on rea-
soailble terms. AnalVytot eSo upercarno in S-i!enl
or No.30 India-stiret. BAKER & IIHODGES.
June 23 epistf
For Richmond,
The sch. BETSEY, Foster, master,
will sail early next week, having most
of her cargo engaged. For freight or
passage apply t:i JOHN AYERS, No.
30, Long-wlharf.
it July 7
STEHJI.BOAT EAGLE.
TIh Steart boat I;AGLE,
Capt. Wood, leaves IRussia-
SwhtartfTO-.MORROW, and
W every day at 9 o'clock, A.
MT. for Salem ; will land Passeingers at Deer Island,
Nahant and Marblehead ; leaves Salem at 3 P. M.
same day,amuid arrives in Bos!on, at j past 7 o'clock
in, the eveni'jg. Passage 5(? cents each .way-chil-
dren half price.
B.-5 Lightfr-Tiht --ill ie Lsaken i( offered.
July 7

WOOL.
S1 0 L3S. primtsl'full blood Merino Wool
j1Uf tur saie at No. 45, ldia-whlarf
2spis July 7
Floar, extra quality; Feathers, --c.
6 Rtl,S. extra Howard-street Flour; 6 bags
h live Geese Feathers.
150 bbls. and lag.I Juni)per Berries,
100 sides Southern tanned Leather ; Vinegar in
hhils. ortbbls.-for sale by CHILD & DANA, No.
2, India-street. July 7

CABOT & CLARKE,
bo. 5, CEAVTR.AL.STREE.T,
AVE received by the Mercurv-blue, white
and.t fancy Prints ; Fuariiiturei ; Copper-
plates; printed Quiltings and Granteens; Ging-
aams, Hdkfs. and Shirtings. July 7

Loopuyt -" Co's Schiedam Gin,.
N OW on board the Governor t.arver, from Rot-
terdam-50 pipes Schiedam GIN, of superi-
or quality-for sale by P. D. TUCKER, No. 3`2,
India-street. July 7

EPSON SALTS.
A TIERCES purified EPSOV SA.STS, iit-
4 received, and for tsale bvI M1INSON & BIAR-
ARD, No. 17, Central-wh-arf. July 7

SAMUEL PARKMAN, JR. & CO.
AVE tor sale-193 boxes brown Havana'Su-
gars ;- 100 qr. casks Mountain Malaga Wine,
from the house oi Barrell & Co. said to be excel-
lent. July 7

BRANDY, GINJ, WINE, &c.
tIOMAS ')ENNIE & SON, No. .31, State-
street, have for sale '20 pipes high 4th proof
Seignett'e's Brandy, of the hrig WVanderers cargo,
10 pipds entitled to debenture ; Weesp and old
Schiedam Gin ; London Partienlar Madeira
WMie, entitled to debenture; Chateau Margaux,
Medoc and St. Esteph' < laret ; Vin de grave,
S -nterne and Miuscnt in cases ; L ondon and Bristol
Porter ; 500 five gallon Denijohns ; 70 Gin Cases,
"tiest vefvet corks ; togefther-Witir'i extensive as-
ary ti"uit "ffi,,cnd.c lWiiai.iL 1x ad btttlcs.
may 31 epis2w
Sheathin Copper, Lead, 4-c.
GILES LODGE,
T-V ASo. 43, BROAiD-STREET,
.AS just received by the late arrivals and of-
fers for sale, -
24 cases Sheathing Copper 20 to 30 oz.
12 do. bright do. Copper, 22 to 28 oz.
50 Rolls Sheet Lead, S to 6 lbs.
12 casks dry White Lead,
6 do. do. Red doI
-IV STORE-
50 hhds. very' old English Copperas,
12 casks best English Card wire, assorted Nos.
28 to 33,
Lesd Pipes suitable for Aqeducets all sizes,
april 18 istf


Old Jamaica Rum, etc
i-h )IDS. first quality old Jamaica Rum ; 40
do. do. do. St. Croix and Tobagno do.;
20 do. N. 0. and Porto Ricer Sugars ; 30 bbls. No.
1, Pirk ; 30 do. Nos. 2 and 3 Beof.-Also a gen-
eral assortment of first quality Teas, for sale by
JA 'dES MEANS, No. 19, Inias-street.
June 13 6spis

OIL OF VITRIOL.
SEWIS A LAUREAT, Chemist, at the Bos-
A ton Labratory, Washington-strcet, informs the
lManufaicturers and druggists, that he mannfiac-
tures Oil of Vitriol, ental to the imptorted Also,
Aqnuatrtis, and other Acids. Empty Carboys can
be filled and repacked by sending them to the
Labraioryv. A sample may be examined and terms
known, .by applying to ANDREW J. ALLEN,
No 1i6 qtate-street. 4is may 16

OIL OF VITRIOL,
5 C RIBOYS, warranted of est quality, now
Sa lSanding and for-sale by THOMAS G.
1IAS, No. 1, Long-wharf. Also-Calomel;
Corrosive 'tublimate; Tartar Emetic ; Sugar of
Lead; Rochelle Salts-; Sodire ; Oxalic Acid ; Red
Precipitat( : Chrome Yel'ow; Flt" Sulpher; Aqua
For is ; Spirits Salts; Peruvian Bark; Borax, Sec.
lI"anted-100 hibls. Glauber Salts, for which
ash will be paid. 3wis april 12
Steeld ,al Brass Reedals.
A ,LLEN DOA\ I':, manufactlures Steel.and Brass
Reeds, warranted the first quality, for WVool
or CotEon, at Pawtucket. R. I. Orders left at Gil-
L.an Pricharid & Co's. No. 56, Cornhill, Boston,
will meet with immediate attention.
dec 9 < eopis3m

S2 25 per Ream.
REAMS Italian l.ETTEl PAPER, for
50 sale by 1. GOODRICH, State-street,
No.7f6.
Jikso-A complete assortment of s)uperltine hot
pressed Letter Paper anld Foolseap, of a superior
quality, which will be sold very low for cash.
manv 26 istf

It~1D)UPONT'S.r-1
SUPERIOR GLUNPOWnDER,
Constantly for sale at 69, Broad-street, by
E. COPELAND, JR.
may 23 istf
R UMl, GN, STEEL, '-c.
FOR SALE AT
.Vo. 36, CEA7TR.lL- WI1VflRF,
13 puncheons high proof Jamaica Rum,
2i pipes WN esp Gin,
25 lio. Schiedamr do. entitled to debenture,
50 figgrots Gernta i Steel, various qualities,
00 Gin Cases, entitled to debenture,
100 Demnijhms ; 5 cases Zinc in sheets,
3 cases Dutch Toys
/ 3" do.. Slais sand 'Peicils,
2 udo. Pockt Looking Glasses,
I do. Lead Pencils, .
6 casks Marbles ; bales Tickleuburg's,
9 hlids. Keitucky Tobaco.
march 3 ik'p3>v AMOS ATKINSON.
'SIIEAR'S LO.VDo#f CUPPER.
JOHN W. LANGDON,
33, IV.I.LI-S'TA'IEET,
q' AS received per the Restituttio from Lon-
j hlon,i 34 cases of SHE''ATHING COPPER
fron this aupproveld, and w 11 know manthactory
epislna isay 9


FMYJ1L WIXAE.
OSTAI IBRADLEE & CO. No. A 9, India-st.
1 have landing from sloop Sally, for sale-16
pipes FAYEL "WINE. July 7
FLq1jVF.VELS.
R ENJ. C. W AR), & CO. No. 36, Broad-
) street, have received bv the Mercury, bales
of white aid assorted FLANNELS. July 7
NE W TRIMJII'GS.
JAMES RUSSELL, No. 61, Corulill,L as re-
.* ceivedl per the Mercury, I ease Pititings and
Whip'd Cords, at entire nc'w article far the trim-
ming of Silk anti Ceape Dresses, Sc. consisting of
a great variety of colors.
lso--I case 4-4 IRISH LINENS.
July 6


COTTOJV.
Around and 26 square bales prime Geor-
S1 gia Upland Cotton, just landed from
sch. New Orleans, for sale by BENJAMIN F. B.
MITmCHELL. No. 34, Central-wharf.
July 7 is
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
H AVE for sale, 6000 prime Mogadore Goac
Skins; 30 casks Dutch Linseed Oil.
Likewivise---5 kegs Vermillion. tf Jul. 7
WILLIAM W. STONE.
7'o. 35, .11ARRKET-STR.EET,
_AS for sale, received per Triton and Rasselas
a few packages BRITISH GOODS, con-
taining-7-8 Calicoes, of every description,
9-8 fiambric Prints ; 9-8 printed corded Muslins,
4-4 and 6-4 Ginghams, some new patterns,
Printed Muslinett Dresses, itIth
Cambric Prints and Gingham do. 5 Horder',.
4-4 ud i- undresaed'Cottnn Cambrics,
4-4 and 6-4 do. Cambric Muslins,
4-4 atnd 6-4 Mull hMull do.
4-4 and 6-4 imitation Ialia Bonk do.
Imitation Linen Cambrics and Hdkis.
While and spotted Cravats ; Cotton Hosiery,
4-4 Irish Linens, lowv priced,'
4-4 to 10-4 Linen Damaskli and Table Clotih.
april 4 6is

Brussells, Venetian and Widdermin-
ster Carpeting.
'SAAk SCHOLFIELD, No. 1-?4 Kilhy.-treet,
S has just opened a few bales of Brussells, Vene-
tian and Kidderminster Carpeting, new and ele-
gant patterns.
Also, A general assortment of Cloths, pet, bale
or piece ;,Queen's Clo'h ; Bot bazettes ; Floren-
tines, &c. lawistf June 23

GARXITURE RIBBONS, etc.
NE case. of rich Garniture Ribbotus, Nos.
5-12 and 7-16 ; black,white, and green Crapes,
extra quality ; white Merino half Hdkfs. gre-en
and purple borders; best blaek, and white Kid
Geales ; green,and s hite Silk Gauze ; plain and fi
ogred Silk Lace; plain and striped blackFlorentine
Vesings; white Merino Fringe ; black and color-
ed Prunella h black antd colored 'oncans. For
sale by LANE & LAMSON, No. 5, Cornhill-
squtare. ep2wis June 9
Striped ,farcelines aud Floretces.
1ICH corded and striped Marcelines, tbr Pe
,it losses and Dresses,
Striped Florenees for dresses,
Best black and light blue double Florences,
Black and white Crapes of extra quality,
Assorted fringed Lustring tand white Sittin,
Riblions Nos. 9 atid 12.
Rich MXerino Long Shawls and Merino Hdkfs.
For sale at No. 5, Cornhill-square, hy
may 16 epis'3w LANE & LAMSON.
WHITE OSTRICH PLUMES.
I1. LINCOLN, No. 2, Old State-house
has received, a large assortment of white.
pink and blue Ostrich PLUMES, of different si.
zes, some very elegant. 2mntis mar 3
HORACE DRAPER,
v-Yo. 59, .J1RKYIT-STREET,
j AS forsale.---- --- ---
Linen uamntricks, from SI 50 to S5 per yard,
Light twill'd Silks, from 3s9 to 7s6,
Do. Plaid Silks,
Ladies English ribb'd Silk Hose, at 13s6,
200 Merio Shiawls; Black Italian Florences,
Do. Do. grapes,
Do. twill'd Silks, from 3s9 to 7s6,
Buff and blue striped Seir-suckers,
White French Cr'apes, 6pis march S

CARE TING.
E DWARD PAGE, No. 80, Middle-street, cor-
t ner of Mill Pond street, has just rece'ved;'a
fresh supply of fine and superfine Kidderminster
CARPETING, new and elegant patterns.
march 14 eptis3w

Seasonable Piece Goods.
S AMUEL EURI) I'T has on hand a good as-
ssorttnenit of
European and American Goods,
which are offered for sale at fair and reasonable
prices, at No. 92, Court-street, opposite the old
court tlouse. ;f f
NVew Carpetings-Per Mercury.

JOSEPH G. BACON,
JVo. 18 and 20, M.ARKET-STREET,
AS just received, per ',,erctry, from Liver-
pool, 4 hales fine and superfine ingrain Car-
l'ettings. epi6wis July 4
TROTr & BUMSTEAD.
II XVE received by the arrivals fr3m Eng-
Intud-a large supply of seasonable Goods.
/ilso, from Havre, of FRENCH GOODS.
n I16 is6w
FRESH GOODS.
R ECEIVED by tha late arrivals from England
andt Franee, a good assortment of SP iNG
and SUMMER GOODS, cousisting in part of the
following articles, viz :
White and colored Cambricks,
Steam-loom Shirtings ; 9-8 London Prints,
Navy blue and fancy Prints, a great variety,
Fancy Muslin Cravats; printed Pocket Hdkfs.
Tablby Velvets,
Camnbric and common Dimities,
RBrnwi and white Linens,
Black and white Silk.Gloves tiand lIose,
Rich S;lk Twist; Twist Battons,
Black and white Buckram,
Black and colored Kid Gloves,
Gingham Umbrellas, ,
Very heavy Florentine Vestings,
Levantines ; Florences; Satins,
Gros de Naples ; black Bombazine,
Superior Sewing Cotton ; Tapes and Bobbins,
Elastic Steel Busks; black and' colored Fansl,
Linen Cambrics and Cravats,
Do. Pocket Hldkfs.
Fancy and plain Ribbons, various kinds,
Plain and figured white Silk Lace,
Black and white Crapes, ALso,
A general assortment of Canton 6oods, Italian
Sewiig Silk, Flag H'dkfs. &c. ke.-for sale at No.
66, State-street. THOMAS TARBIELL.
april 6 6;s


WM. HT. WARD & CO.
[.VE received per lHerald, London Cloths,
black, blue a-nd mixtures ; superfine anad com-
mon Lond n Vrstings--with a general assortment
of British Goods.
Also, per Fsorida, from France,
Light blue, pink, green, pearl and silver grey
Flore'ces
Silk Hosiery ; black and white Silk Gloves,
Linen Cambries aund ambric I ldkfs.
An assortment ot Merino Shawls'and Hdkfs.
lack, green and white Crapes ; Kid Gloves, &c.
which -ire ..ffered for sale at ,No. 16, Cenitral-
street. fis is may 12
HA VA.JNVA PALM LEAF IIATS.

CHARLES LINCOLN, Jun.
s1'o. 17, CO.HI. I'LL,
(NsEA THE CORNItEl OF' AILK.JSe'-ST.)
H AS just received, a large assortment of fine
Palin Ltaf HATS.
Mlso, on lhand-a general assortment of Gentle-
men's line and common Hats ; Youth's drab andI
black do.; .Umbrellas; Paiasols; Gloves; lHat-
ters' Trimmings, lc,-c-heap (for oash, Si $ 28


,eitv woods jrom tAuction.
S)D OWNES has just received a handsome
P assortment of European, India and Ameri-
caii Goods, which he offers for sale cheap for Cash
i ". 58, M -rkct.swreet. epSti mnay 26 .
REJU10 V. iL.
DUDLEY & TH AYER
HAVEt BEBIOVFTDTO
1o. 50, BRO.AD-S STREET.
June 23 3sp'is
MnILITAY MUSKETS.
B ROOKS & ALLINE, No. 5, Dock-square,
have received by the ship Herald, 2 cases
brass mounted Muskets, with Bavonets cleckeed
Stocks and roller Locks ; each case containing 25
Muskets ; an excellent article and particularly a-
dalted for an Infantry Uompany. i.
Also, 3 cases Fowling Pieces, and" King's Arm
Muskets ; 50 casks Butts' Tower proof course
anod fine Powder ; 100 cannisters do. cylinder do.
first quality ; 100l casks American do. ; Shot as-
sorted size ; Flints, &c. Imeopis may 16
Boston Hat Manujfactory.
T HE Stockholders respectiully inform the
friends of this Manufactory that no labour
or expense has been spared to bring it to such
a state of perfection as to render it second to
none in the Untted States. Fhey are haopy to
state that by their exertions they have attained
coampiele success.
The Factory is amply snpplie, with -he best
of stock foreign and domestic, sad' wilh the first
rate workmen, under the direction of an expe-
rienced and judicious manufacturer.
Hats of various qualities from the above Fac-
tory, for sale by the subscriber, No 80 State-
street, and at the Hat-stores generally, in Boston
and Portland.
HENRY MESSINGER, Selling gent.
apr il 28 9is
Fine Linens and Sheetings.
OHdN FOX, No. 12, Market-row, (up stairs)
has received by the Triton, a fresh assortment
of extra fine 4-4 Linens ; 5-4 and 6-4 Sheetings
and 6-4, 7-4 and 8-4 Diapers, of a superior fabric.
/loso, a few pieces fine Scotch ILong Cloths.
mt"alch 24 ___1..w. i __

20 LBS. FOR 1 DOLLAR.
SREARED Grain, or otlherwis, called Do-
mestic Coffee, for sale at the Factory, No.
15, Marshall's-lane, warranted equal to any in
tow. Send bucketsor bags to put it itn.
june 30 2islos
Morocco Case Mantufactory.

JAMES DYER,
Opposite the Old South, up the Court.
AN UFACTURES Morocco, Minaiure,
M Watch, SpectacleOpera and Thermometer
Cases, ot' evry discription-fancy Work, Ritng and
Jewelry Boxes ; Backgammon Boards; Pocket
Books. Port Folios made and repaired in a neat
manner.
The above work, for neatness and durability,
las stood the test ofth tis town for several yeaa,
antd is offered to the public as low (and some low-'
er) than can be imported.
N B.-All orders left with Mr. John Pierce,
Optician, No. 21, Marlboro'-street, will be strictly
attendedrto,'and gratefully acknowledged.
Wanted, two Alpprentices, to whom good encour-
agement will be given.
SHOP TO LET.-Apply as above. istf J,9
OPTICAL MANUFACTORY,
No. 16, MILARLBORO'-STREET.
ELISHA DWELLE has tor sale, at the above
A Manufactory, a large variety of SPECTA-
CLES, viz:-Sdlver; Tortoiseshfell, on high pol-
ished Steel Frames; Swivel, Sliding, or teat Wire
Bows, with Concave, Convex, or green Parallel
Glasses, or Pebbles.
dAlso-Reading, Magiitying and Opera Glasses;
Eye Glasses, for the long or short sighted ; Spec-
tacle Cases of Tortoiscshell, Morocco, or Polished
Steel ; and Goggles to preserve the eyes from the
wind and cust, &e. &c.
lrSp ectacles neatly repaired-new Glasses fi"
ted to olI Frnes. 3is3os June S
MANSION-HOUSE, New-York.

WILLIAM J. BUNKER
R ESPECTFULLY informs the public, that lie
has taken the large, airy, and elegant House,
No. 39, BlROADWAY, Ae-w-York, which is
now prepared in a superior style for the reception
of company ; and where Ladies and Gentlemen cant
be accommodated with lodgings, either for longer
or shorter periods. Families and Parties can be
furnished with private parlors, and separate ta-
bles, if desired. The house will be supplied with
the choicest Liquors, and tie table waith every
delicacy that the New-York market atflods.-
Groat care will be taken that the servants shall be
of the most unexceptionable character ; and every
effort will be made to render the situation of all
persons whoi may favor him with their custom,
comfortable and agreeable epjsm June 16

.NRE W Nd r1VIG TOR-At 82.
] UST received, and for sale, wholesale and re-
01 tail by D. FELT, Stationer, Chart andi
.V'autical Boaokseller, No., 63, State-street, DA-
BOLL'S PRACTICAL NAVIGATOR, being a
concise, easy, and comtprehensirve system of'Nav'ga-
tion, calculated for the daily use ot seamen, and al-
so for an assistant to the teacher ; contailiing Plane
Traverse, Paralel, Middle Latitude, and Mercatoir's
Sailing-swith all the necessary Tables. Concise,
Rules are gfven, with a variety of Examples in ev-
ery part of Common Navigation.-Aso, a new sci-
entific, and' very short method of correcting the
DEAD RIECKONING, ::ith Ru'es for keeping a
complete leckoning at sea-appieud to practice, and
exetmlificd in three separate Journals, in wi ichl
tm' be seen all the varieties which can probably
happen in a ship's Reckoning. By NATTUAN: DA-
nor.L, late 'Teacher of Mathcrmnatics'and Astroniomv
in Plainfield Atialemy ; Author of at system oi
A arithmetic, and Teachier of Navigatiotn.
The Author of (his vork was engaged many
years in teaching Navigation ; and taught about
tewo thousand captains !and seamen. This volume
contains his course of isLtru'ctioun. le wias distin-
islcd for the fiacteilit.,' aniul exp,-dition witlhwhich he
aughlit tail prepared seamen lto be useful atlnd prac-
tical Navigators. 8is inarch 17 .
TO BE LET.
CONVENIENT brick lHouse, ina pleasant
Situation, in complete repair-reitS2 t0 per
ansuog J.Iaguire as the Gentintel Couiitin Boom.


FOURTH JULY ORATION. Table Cloths, Carpet Bindings, etc.
'IIIIS morningpublished, by CHARLES CA- ---
T LENDER, '25 School-street-lt o sale by hiei JOSEPH G. BACON,
and at the several Bookstores, Aos. 18 and Io, Jh df KE'l-ST '.T,
AI' OR aTIONJ, T AS just received per Canton. from Liverpootl,
Delivered at the request of the Selectmen or tlnhe Taresa plaid Talbe Cloths 1l to 6vards 1loI;
town of Boston, on the Anniversamv of -Ateriecin g.wlen Iwoollen ti ( l. 'i0)i ltoruler, Itn '1
Independence, it they 18a21. ti C HARL L S ng; Cl hitz Carpet Bindings Tartan Cloth by.
G. LORING, Esq. Price 1'2 cents onl. tie yard6-4 774, and 8-4 wide ; plain Green
The'above Oration is manlyl, appropriate asn, Cl otl', do. do. 6is June I1
elegant, and may rank mneli above the ordinsr T
level of Anniversary Oraticts. It :s a compositioil ROGERS' SUPERIOR CUTLERY-
lwhic!h will afford pleasure to the readier, andl do, FELT, No 63, State-street,has just reeceiv
honor to the taste,* ~good sense, and patriotism (If D ed by the Rasselas, direct ri-om the Mann- "T
the Authour." June 7 cturers, and opens for sale, a very extensive as- i
Sortnment of Rogers' Cutlery, eonsisking of 1'20 dif- A
Summer Hats, Furs, Trimminlgs, etc. erect tpatterns of PATENT PENKNIVES. with it
Vo. ory', Motherof Pearl, Tortoise Sliell, Bitk-lio'rn.,
Aid,Rnflitlee Handles, some very elegant silver
WILLIAM BARR Y, lounted, with Scissors, a( from Itto 8 bla s.- I
J I. 1, 0LD1) ST.ATEH 2OUS2E, ,'so, a few of the old English Razors, an exe leit
AS forsalele Gntlemen n.Yotl sPalm Leaf article tbr gentlemen that shave themselves. A
Huts; Gentlemen and Youth's fiue drau db, ;w cards fine polished Scissors, of the best wrought t
Ie keeps constantly for sale, an extensive assort" eel, wlich are of new and handsome patterns.-
ment of Hats of all descriptions. such as Hats tionr ikeowise, Itazor Strops; do. Cases ; Penknive Gt. '
the Boston Hat Manufactory,of very superior quail issors do. ; Pocket Ink Stands, &e. e.
ity, such as obtained the premium at Brighton in mareb7 lIis
Oct. last; l'n an d Youth's Plated and Wool
Hats, suitable for the country trade or the south TROTT & BUM STEAD,
ern market ; Youth andt Children's Fancy Hats ,-f.\VE received Iby tle Volunteer, from Canton,
He ut received the tlerald an ssot jm cases China Silk Goods;-sand froutm 1-1v-
of Clilddren's tdral;, drab green under and by tie amus ; SilkHosicry ; Cloves; Crapes
IHats, new.patterns ffeta ', gibbons ; ad elegant Gar c tire Ribbons.
He keeps likewise, FURS, and HATTH a I I ne 1bbons; d lent Ga
MINGS,such as Heaver. .iskrat,Raeoon,Ntra .
Camel's Hair, Russia Hair Skins. Smyrna Hail Fresh >itrthe War. ti
Skins, Coney Wool, Carrotted Rabbit, Pogee fP e ,r EAYRS N 1 a o
Pelongs, Banding, Binding, Buckles, morocco Ski I, h- AYR 2 Bi "d-a "
glazed Cambrics, looping Brushles, 4-. on i-.. i. ) '1...., will open this day, ta great variety of
et ter,.n All orders rom their country t ..e..v I. l -Te ani Dining Ware, together with ,
attended to and faithful d et executed ene assot'tment of common Crockery and
ateded to and ith d reao elected s are. Also, prime assorted Crates for the bu
may 19 epis6 i untry adsle. All of which is offered on fair pa


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T7e JVeuw Picture,
PAINTED BY COL. IEINRlY SARGENT,
IS openoit .pubue ste, at Ir. D. L. Brown's
tu room, No. 12, Cornhill-squarpe, adjoining hits
cadeimy, every tday. from 9 in the niurnting till 5
I te Evening. Adinmitt; e 25 cents.
i ay '20' epistf

HACKNEY COACHES.
T F (lE owners of Hackney Carriages are hereby
Informed, that in pursuatnce of a vote of the
un, (liey will be required to remove their Cair-
...: i;.1... ,~te streets, l'rum and aler thle 1st (ay
I ',. l.:r, I. ,. [, t next. ,
By order of the Selectmen,
CALEB HAYWVARD, Police Officer.
June 30 istS

,LOST,
AST week, belt c s n thie old South Meeting-
j house uand I!oson i\Ncck. out the Main street,
Gilid Breast Pin,set in earl witli Topaz eitr e,
au torn1 oval. 'l'e finder shall receive a satisfac-
r'y rewiartd I-leaving It at No. 28 Market-'treet.
July 7
0r-lA'Q 0T'ICE... .
OUR or six Geutle ie'"ap be aceemmrodated
L with ooard on modetrale terins, iin a modern
tilt house adjacent to State-street. Also, a third (
Irlor, handsomely furnished, on tihe first floor,'


bims tor eaish or er-e tmau a o very convenient for Gentleman and wile or'l wo about 19 feet by 15 1 do. R utig 1 n ;t, noga
I. l 'l ... *r.. who can be furnished with board Chairs, withhanir seats, and fashionable pattern
EL B LEGA T .PN 1. ^I "d.# l .. *h.- ii .-i> i. quire at thio Centinel Counting a London made malogaiy Perspective Box, omm
WM. LINCO(LN, Room. epistf June 16 plete, witl mirrorss' la ge and siall glasses, &c.
M. L.. N, atnd 60 beautiful colored Engravings; 50 boxeg
S aVo. 2, CLD STT"I' P phO USE, IO E 'ohgigne Water; atfew elegant Table .'oths, with
j. AS thi et r teoeivs'd fom Pchsihutiolheit, TOIIN SMITHr, supposed tobelong to Phit- Napkins to mt.tch.
Ego assortment of Parasols, consisting of the fol- delphia. was lost trius sch'r An', N. W. Also-ana elegant Painting of theGrecianDaughs
Flowered Silk, Lined, and Ivory Handles, Kennison, master, on hier passage from richin ol d. ter. ---
rlo. do. do. Wood io OWEN WILLIAMS, lostfrom brig Traveller, Books.
erantin ,do. do. flowered borders, Ivory do J. Orne, master, tiom Charl,'ston. On THURSDAY next at 9 o'clock,
loretince da. do o. fd ry do. 'IThose duly authorized cant receive their wages AS ABOVE
levantine do. lined, star fringes, anl etucts,Ibyapplying at William Gays t- An assortmentof BOuKS, amongthem, Henry'
Florence do. d o.o ing Room Coumeral-whrf. 3is may 2 Commentary on the -Hible. 6 ol. ; Maeknilht's
Do. do. flowered borders without fringes, -- -- -.--- Harmony ofthe Gospel, 2 vols. ; do. on the Epis-
Xevantine do,. do. do. .1i, : *'- .~r -o YI ties, 6 rolts. ; Simeon's Heips to Compositton, 5
Flonrence do. plain fringes, d- .-- vols. ; .Gill's Commentary on the New T'estamet',
snet do do. d....... .. 2 vols. ; 20 Priileaux'Connection, 4 vols. ; Crabbe's
J o. do. for children. BY JACOB PE *BkODY & CO. Syntnymes; Goldsmith'.t History of Eigland, t 2
.'he above will be sold at very reasonable pri- THIS DY at I I o'c'ock, o'ls. 4-0 MeAmoirs of Fullier; 50 Fuoiet's Gospel
eptisfw may 23 Opposite /o. 65, Lo't o c half' c W orthy of Ac, eptation; 18 Albtdie on (hrist
S The Cargo of brig Ot eile. 65,om Lonhaorn now 86 Cu'tton Mather's Christian Philosopher; 18
Carpeting and Table Linen. landing viz :--74 pipes and l0 J pipes first seleetie e Veteri ; Aiusworths Latin Dictionary
JOS. G. B CON, Corsica ine, entitled o ebentue; 150 ohr-sts Locke's Essay, 2 vols; Minor Encyclopedia, 4
A .' S 18 and20, arkestreet, and 100t boxes Olive Oil 23 bags and 6 bbils. Pi's Vg's rks, 14 vo ; ol
iAS received per Ti'riton, from Livet pool, a Eglis Walnuts. in's Ancient IHistory, 8 vols. 8vo; Folio Bible ;
e assoi tntott of Brussels ai.. .*,--.. Carpet- lThompson's Bible, morocco, 4 volha. ; Pope's Po-
t new and elegtat patterns ; -t I-II Venetian THIS DAY at past 10 o'clock, et;cal \Vorka, 3 v(.1s.; Spectator, 12 vols. plates p
tlImpe'ial Bril.ish do. ;stair Car'petting,; B'tus- J V rth side India-street, Harlow's Columbial, 4to; Philadelphia Philosoph-
ssaid uitpert I dugs; D aperr and Damask Ta- Landing frniom brig Orleais, ;ca:l Transactions ; Hlistory of Mexico, 3 vols. ;
I Linen ; Naipkins ; It h .Sheetings ; Furniture 14 hblids. prime New-Orleans SUGAR. Edwards' Weast Indies, 4vols ; Hoole's Orlando%
hoties, &e. t&c. with a great variety of oilier 6 vols. ; Kennil worth, vols. &e. kec
ias, wlhiilie oilers for sale'at very low price's, BY \VINSLO tV, CIIANNJNG & CO A Catalogue will be published the day before
leash only. epis3w march 17 Cutlery-)y the package. te sale.
I BAKER & HODGES, On TIiURiSDAY next at II o'clock, Gallery of Paintings.
S JERO. 30. 1AIH D E-STJ'EET, At WINSLOW, CH U NNING & Co's Office, The Proprietor or the 'abinet P.intings, being
AVE FOR SALE,' o. 8. 1LBY-STREl I ', desirous ofclosing their whole, will sell the re-
'isbon. Wine ; N. Orleans Cotton, An invoice of CUTLERY, just received from mainderit Auction,
entucky Tobacco, Et ngland, consisting of tip Table Knives; Seabtan, On F RIDAY, July 20th, at 9 o'clock.
3Id Coffee in barrels and hags, Sabri'e; self tip sutnk S.bre, white handil', octago t 1 the Hall over -he /NVew .11arket-House, .Brat
Uio Negro Cocoa ; Surinam do. dub, 3 prongs ; white ivory oval rimmed long ban- tle-street.
ut Nails assorted 4d. to :'0d. ; Hysot Tea, lie Sabre; Guard Carvers to match; cast steel There are about one hundred ad ti. rty Pic-
Snttra Skins; Russia Sailhloth, Shoe Knives, of various sizes ; Butchers' Knives; ures remaining unsold, including the mostval'a-
thietse Vermillion ; Oil of Annis, joint pocket Knives; Scissors, of all kinds; Ra- ble of the collection.
On. of Orange ; Orange Buds, 9 zors d').; Device Combs.; Penknives, very rich Those persons who have purchased tickets will
Irench Salad Oil in cans ; Seersuckers. patterns, on cards; Coco Knives, for buck tables, te admitted as usual.
leling WVx : Cigrs ; Tutenag, &c. r-c. of very superior quality. Admittance andhC ii.i .t .t 'she 'tr-
,- ,,e '-*7 ... -- _.gy ,,S 'tin-. -. 'titt a s o' Iim t y-r ay-..i ..,l.. -. -B ,
S- -Hall open every day from 9 o'lock to sunset.
ACCOUNT BOOKS. Piece Goods. BY JOHN TYLER.
WAA V. GOODHICII, Stationer, 76, State- On FRIDAY next at 10 o'clock, Brown Havana Sugar.
tIeet, has for sale-a complete sssortment oh AS ABOHo:, rvana Sugatr.
L(rs, Journals,. Wastes, Stiles, Cash, Invoice, A large assortment of fresh imported GOODS, THIS D:Y at 10 o'cloci
atLetter Books, with atntd without spring backs, consisting of Cloths and Cassimeres ; Shirtiings, Out LIVERPOO2L-'-1'JIMBF,
mi of the very first quality of Paper. Also, Sheetipgs; Cotton Cambrics;. imitation Muslins ; Now n landing,
Clk Books; Bill do.; Writing do. ruled and Cambrishc us'iuns; Cravat IlIlkis. ; Boumbazines; 80 boxes brown Havant Sugtr, good quality and
pit Also, a complete assortment tof Stationary, tlomibazetts ; white and black French Grapes; '4-4 entittl 'd to debenture.
Nical Books and Charls. epis3m. m I P'rints ; Calicoes ; Kid Gloves Wollete(s ; Y N. AD VMS.
Ginghams ; Shawls ; Ribbons ; red, striped and W s N. ADAMS.
1 ALIAJ SEWING SILK, white Tapes; Levantines ; Garniture Ribbons ; Will he sold at Publie Auction,
the best quality and of thle following colors, Parsoels ; inixt Cassimeres ; Linen Damaisk ; lne I'lHIS AY at 2 o'clock, P. M.
ust received and for sale at No. 68, State- L.awns, Cambric Priils ; Book Muslins ; black At the House now occupied by .Maj T. Harrison,
stre, viz :- Fans; Linen Cambrics ; Platillas I attmets, at the Arsenal, in Watertown,
Nsblte; Sky blue, Slate ; Nankin, Muslin Stripes, c. & All his House FURNITURE, viz :-5 Gre-
Pe sb; yellow, Grass green; brows, .s ecianeCard l.bles ; I Pembrnke and 2 Di,iing do..;
Petn' Grassgeen; brown,1S of, 6 sets.Chairs ; 5 Btedsteads and Feather
C6riunt live; Drabls, Bhtck, and assorted light R111, Sugar, Swedmeats, Old Iron, eds ; 1 Secretaryl Bureau ; 2 brass Fire Setse
ine blue; pi OMkS TARcolors.L Lead, R ng, c, c. 1 uatV Chai.; 2 Kidderminster Carpets ; 3 Lock.
eO 30 TIOMAS A.t LL THIS DAY ait i p ist i o'clock, ing Glases ; I Clock. iso, Kitchen Furniture.
I 1I L Opposcte NVo. 35, India street, 'l.ikenise-l1 Chaise Harness.
L'ROTT & B1 (UMSTEAD. Nosw landing from sch'r Peacock, from St. Boots,
VE received by the Herald, from Liverpool, 21 hhlUs. Rum ; 2 do. and 12 bbls. bugir; 1 bbl BY DAVID FORSAITH.
b further supply of sixty packages of seasona- Molasses; 2 bbls. Coff-e; 1 box Sweetmeats; 1 On WEDNESDAY next at 9 o'clock,
b OODS. is ma do. pickled Peppers; 5 kegs Tantriids ; '2000. At DAVID, FORSAITH's Office,
RiCANr^. EL nTT mr lhs. Old Iron ; 600 do. Lead ; 2000 do. Old Rig- o4, ,O\Tl/ESN-STI-RET
A'RICAN CELEBRATION. gig, stc Au-l Cable, and a AAchor, weigh- Vill be sold ST T,
E Africans and the DescedantlLs oLf Africa, ing 1500 pounds. A large and 'valuable lot of House FURNI,
T il l celebrate their annual Jubilee, on the ,lso-5 hbds. Leal Tobacco. TUlE," viz :-Sideboards; Bureaus; Secreta-
16th sly inst. The blowing is the order of the Immediately qj'etr, ris nd Bo Cases Dininh b ,Pebroke, Cardaen
day, directed by the Committee of Arrange- Thie schooner PkE >COCK, eighty- -te abl Ladies' ; ik Stands, Light and
moother Table; Ladies' \Votk Stinds, Light atid
rntent A procession will be formed near the At- seven tons burthen, six )ears old, well ,Wsh do.; portable Writing Desks; Willard's
ricatleeting-house, and will move precisely at tound and in g(od order. patent Timepiece; 8 down, live geese and corn.
half,st 10 o'clock and will proceed through the Nst t N. li-If there are any demands in Bedst T edicsteads ;- Mattres i, double and
ffilolggl streets, viz. Belknap-st. to Beacon-st. against thei seh. Peacock, the owners request Ithe) in lhai, cloi, hand 'omi.on Sotas; Looking
PM t. down Winter-st. through Marbloro'-st. may be presented without delay ; otherwise they ,) 1 Pounta; ncy and common ChaiVt
doer1 Milk-st. through Kilby-st. up State-st. will not consider themselves answerable fur the Kit-cheu Furniture, cf.
dowiCornhill to Market-st. to Court-st. Cam- same.- -- -
briulgst. to the Africanl Meetig-house, where a Brandy ald R,17 1. On 'HtURSDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Diseirse will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. BAL- DAdY fit.l 7,ALonclock,
Lou.sisted by the Rev. Tao. PAU. ; when a col- TIllS )A Y at ii o'cinek, itiPieo. 37, Long wharf,
lecti will be taken fi th support f the day. t the d. the iad / Luna A valu/ ble lot ofab PTlU I sold,
The rst six body Pes's a,. the let aisle wni,1 be 6 pipes Nuiw-York BRA N DY ; 5 h1hlds. iUI l, valunble let of f" alitet EUlNITURE, bea
iesed fa the Prhe ent Vice PresiTent, at just landed from sloop Orion, 'from New-York, ig 1e 2 cases, new aind good, just arrived from the
Committee of Arrangtements the first six on the South. Sale positive
rightisle will be reserved f'orstrangers. BIY liANC IS \' iLBV. BY S. F. COOLlIDGE.
Th Committee of Arrangements have thought Gin, Oil, Tobaco, -Cotton, 0'c. AIolasses.
prope to state, that the diflicilty that arose last On TUESDAY next at t1 o'clock
vear, n account of a disapoointmetnt in the Music Oi AsI OfAY t t D, Y at / past I1 o'clock,
wvhielprevented them from proceeding on the rout At FRANCIS 'VILlY'S ()ljice, Opposite so 57, Long-ruharf,
advetsed in the papers, will not occur again they o. 9, KILI?-8 1 ltllfE I. Landing fiomsecl. 1Packet, froni Marumque,
ahavis md thesuch arrangements this year, that 9 pipes 1 ollands Gin ; 200 hoxes Sall:d Oil, now [ 107 bhIls,. heavy Martinique MOLASSES; suit-
theyimnfidently hope no difficulties or embarras- landing, otiom tihe Ih use of \Vebb & Co. Leg- ble ot rentailing. ---
meitvill arise in the proceedings of the day. tornt, of the finest quality, and theci: t t so higl, that Genlfel Furniture.
v m. lBrown, e James Gutld, it has hitherto been sent to this country as prescntts (i i .N h A I' xt at o'clock,
'ho's Sampson, A James Bruield, only, for tr ivate use; I als Cotton, parially At the late residetee of Samuel Spear, Esq. de-
laioesJordon, John Harrison, damage ; 40 kegs tiianu;actred Tooacco. Atite on the r ,ichester Turnpikeoppoeia e the
Ilingo Freeman, Job Riging, mansih of lleury G iay, Esq. in D'rcliester,
.ewis Smith, John Harris. On MONDAY next at 10 o'clock, All the FtNl'ITUlIE of said house, consist-
ol.n Derry, n The following materials oi a scit. ibutt 100 tons i. ug driussehis ul Kidle' minster Carpets ; Ina-
CInAlzAMANGoeu Chirmt. tons, viz:-i CableandAichor; I flawser; Main- ,y higli post and fild Bedsteads ; Beds;
Jul I THO'S DALTON, /Glrkc. sail; 2 Jibbs ; 1 lopsail ; Fore, Main atI Fore- Iuisters and Pillars; hahir iattressrs; Bureaus
top Standing Riggig; some Blocks :.d Runnintg -t,,d "Toilet Talles Loukitg Glasses; Dining,
esiolar e Itel ai Lnie;C deepSea Line; Gradston.e,m ad retaries Book Case and Sideboards; Chairs;
CetiStt hliooks nowi0 sim f Iron. bo tt do.; easy and lolling do.; Sofits;
_INle extsive vat of sare ok, states t s- puncheons Rum, jutande. or al Sicr headed Knives and Forks; pilat-
are v:-Poole's A nuotatios on 77, State -tible, vols tetr ;',t nass Cuttadllsticks ; Glass, Crockery aind
folioa oodon Evan .otatio s oazluie, 12 vo's. l'tes; Oi TUESDAY next at I 1 o'clock, .hJaplt'd \ sri,; I set Siler are ; Ten, Stigar,
r of Flael e, e, ride, Tay- e C On a1.1V'R OO I.-1. Cre and bl.p llowl, handsome pattern; I il-
lor oeiave LutOwen,'s Gue. in B, odkt e Itoel- Iu fl a rg o of rig Favorite, frounmt riestc, viz :- lard's Tinltmiece ; 1 do. eight day Clock, an excel-
lo, .osheimi, Luther's Gerum. e it le il Iol- 60s casks v,.rv i'esh Olive Oil ; 15 cases Liquiorteti lict,,t titIu-I,.'epct-loecher aitli a variety of usctinl
lin's lonm iHistori ; Aniet nel Paste; eoxes le M bleSa 17 ds l Fui i 'iir-. T hole is od order.
EicyJopedias, 4tut autud 8co; Brituish T'hieatre, t2 ,,ser 0 boe ne 11i> t ; 7 d. > .i F Ait n. Th oe ii i good orc .r.
vos. l:tcos ; Latin, Greek and English Classics, pint Tu bles ; 352 do. Roll iBriustone. J.ls, ct 12 '.clock-the LIIIAlARY, containing
Frend, &c. ; Books to use or amuse ait Sea. to illso at half past 11 o'clock, n owt landing opt/o- soUte \alea'e Hooks, among ,htichi aIre-linker-
bfonnr add to Libr aries, e. .(Cr-in thle endeav- site .Vo. 30, India-street--5a cases assted tI m- cro.'s Geogr.aitly, o)t uges and T ravels a Lock's
ori t accommodate every friend of this establishi- bil-rs c insisting of quarts, pints, atol half pits, IE s, s; Usa; B ,' Leetures ; Plutarch's Lives;
menf those who select, and pay in part or wholly linck bottom aild uitrrel shapt ; case, siua;'e Li. yutu.gI's \\ i ks ; Ansies' do. ; Paley's do. ; do.
by ctsh, Ilooks to an amount not less, thla '2(t, qtior CGlass Iotiles ; 30 tLiquor Cases. pl,.laiit ; lbrhaul's L.ie oif WCash.ngton Gold-
will find tiht although they are marked at prices snutut,'o fht'.t' ot E.,gldd; Roul;i's .Ancient Hlis.
not a little but greatly reduced," yet, to ,ne'et BY \VWH T I' E i,,, U>N) & CO. tr? ; Mt.h iht ii the Ejslts; Acicnt Ch.er
the times, they can often by an offer (auction C ICr ire. u, l'out) lo e e's oM gaic Cafpbel's
reise) obltait them at their owt prices. O tush It,:,kane' Cot ei, tarei; chur'ke's
mnutch 7 4pis .Jt)SEI- it M'TE \I) (J MON1A liy i, t clockc, .ts; Gu d:,,i;s do. ; Stuart on the Minor;
i- t V\ in''tVLI. L o.N\ & L' at Ut)lice, Spekeanr; lisAuto) C ConinecticuLit; Law of Na-
oRrARE A.'hD SbARCE BOOKS h 'o r! -.o--a ttblet Culuber ORGAN, withDia-
O'J'WIVT'HSTANDING Lbe extensive vricety Fuor CAU soi Nou.t l to 3, prin- pIn .-u t; t t ip. u or ut do. and ricipal
of Rare Books, now at th,- Exchange Bunook 8 patgeus C t 'IE,,,.;o'S. i stop l'nt io' id, imed.uiely atl
Store, 77, Sta.e-strect, (up stairs,) aod the constant to\3u untu, ur up one u 1 'clock, w eib le ,, tfor tLie
accession tof others ; yet many when once sold can- tfoutse in IFinter-street. ",u, 0, or los'er, at tie option of the lee lc the
not b repIlaced at any price, or of) any terms '-an SCC 'fin C iW r-At/ it. s oits eiue toietihet Wit the ste -
arlapplicati, tlrere y secure suc works, To be let at Auction, b loe eton c pe f Landises with ls thie sta-
(fur cash or by exchange, many at halfblheir cost when u T UESlI)AY next Itu I LI'clock, ies tilti abnu ogt' st a e ot Lad, t Oltic vetoge-
new, and often at at, offn ,) to thtse to whom they A Duelling-House in \Vi,.ter-atret adjoining tbL's tIr ,, u t rep a gist ndte coulvstiofu.
are particularly valuable. (j:MAany Books at or Ihle estate of Samuel Cobbt. Esa. The situation is 1 hs csabel, ktcihren, wad rcosist woodf
below Auction value, and all at prices more reduced pleasant, and the house convenient and in good re- paors, 5 c phlual, skitneed, and a most woirod
than before. pair, and has a goad we I of water, cistern, stable, house, or a country s ted, aid a most lesira
pyYWanted---(in the Store) a good Boy, of 13, c. 'lhe prenuises may be viewed by applying at ble ituathio or t citty residge. o, g
may 2' ois No 13, Co t-stget. ihe treti osutht 'suiu lidg


BY T. K. JONES s CO.
THIS DAY at IS o'clock,
At T. K. JONts & Co's Office,
.Ao. '20, KILB.Y-S'7 fEET,
10 k pipes and 20 1j casks Old London Particular'
Pico MIadeira.
.so--4 pipes ur.d 4 casks Old Port WINE,
entitled to debenture.
The above Wines will lie sold on liberal credit,
without reserve. to close sales.
LiAkewise-SO half boxes 7 by 9 WINDOW
GLASS; 45 boxes 8 ity h0 do. do.
...J.t Private Sale...
Sheatlhing Copper, received hy the late arrivals
froiu Londbn ; Copper Bolts and Nails.

THIS DAY qt II o'clock,
At the i'End of Central Whalf,
A 13 inch CABLE, t'10 fathoms, nearly as
good as new; an 8j inch do. 1-8 worn; an
ANCHOR, weighing 1500 lbs. with Stock, &c.
complete.

BY BLAKE & CUNNINGHAM.
Furniture.
THIS DAY at 9 o'clock,
At BLAIKE & CUNNINGHAMe'S Office,'
MAo. 5,, K'L r- I-STlte'E T,
A variety of goo i FURNITURE, -iz -dr
hfagany Secretary and Book Case; set of Dining
tabless ; best Feather Beds and Mattresses; Mar,
seilles Quilts ; Counterpaneg; fancy Chairs; hand-
some cut Glass Decanters ; Tumblers and Wine
Glasses, bc. ; China Ware; Tea and Coffee Sets -
Coffee Howls ; Saucers; large Refrigerator ; 4 set
Venetian Window Ilinds ; 6 TravelliTrunks
7 Liquor Cases.
.A 12 o'clock-1 elegant .Turkey Carnpet ne A
















fOR TH11 CE.YNTIEL FOU'iT.

TO A. K.
-KNOW that lyre wh'os thrilliCing sound
In imgic spells Iny south has bound.
I kntim that lyrs' stine: ti'st it wnke
And tohsl the remain, (1a) its slumber broke.
And sinse it gave that reanm to aie,
All is one dreanim-and that of Tus.n
I marked thee where the wreck wis cast; (b)
I heard Thee mid the battle blast; (c)
I saw Thee in th t voyage wild ; (d)
And with that Convents' lonely child; (e)
Oh! may the. Cherub (f) beckon me
When its "iahite hand" shall welcome Thcc.
I've wandered with Thee in that "Isle,"
-l Heart ta to heart," "smile answered smile,"
Nor do those waves its bosom twvine,
More close, more fond, than my heart thine.
L'iste )amnour it was dear to me ;
sacred its shade to Love andt THEE.
Where Ajocochook props the sky
I've seen Thee holt wild revelry ;
And yet :it evening's witching hour,
Hlow soft the voice in Mora's, bowe'r.
And happy she whose destiny
Gives her to share that bower with THEE.
Thy harp to notes of gladness strung',
Or, whaei.lb-side-thc willows flung
You teach its mournful chords to flow
In silvery tones of pensive wo,
Alike, ito melting harmony,
It breaths of heaven, and speaks THExE.
But strongest, wildest sound its strings,
And deepest are the notes it flinas,
When in its native forests wild,
It echoes to the.Forest Chihld.
Ohil then it rollssuch minustrelsy
As noie can wake-save only Thee.
'Tis then I know the Forest Lyre.;
'Tis then I feel its wildering fire ;
'Tis then I see the hunter bold ;
"Tis then I hear his wild life told)
'Tis then I weep his destiny ;
'Tis then, 'tis then, I feel 'tis TnEE.
OROLIO.
NOTES.
(a) Orolio: hererefers to "Phillip's Dream," published
inthie Continct, Ap il 21, i8'9.
(bI) 'its :i'ie st-'fis i allite los the poem of Lysander,
p' p blished: 'so in i'the Ce t-i.Iel.
(c) See it Lines written oil visiting Bunker Hill."
(Il) l iv. iE i i>hii)-A [ialltld.
(e) 'f his is undoubtedly a, ill.sirn to those beautiful lines
begitiing In ifontreAss s inivlent."
(f) When the Cherub of Merey."

FOR A SHORT TIME.

THE LEARNED GOAT,
TO RK SEEN AT
Exhibition Ia.., I3, Ianover-street.
"'pHIS Animal was instructed in '.hiladelphia,
S and the Iroprietor tfeels confidi,,'t that the
Public in general will be highly gratified with his
surprising sagacity.
Hle READS printing or writing-SPELI.s-tells
the time of day, both the' hours and minutes, by
any person's watch in the company--the date'ofthe
year-the day of the month-distinguishes colors-
howv many persons are presesit,Ladies or Gentlemen
lie w ill idail, miutiply, as-:btruct and divide--;and to
the astonishment of every spectator, lie can name
the pron.:inenrt characters of outr country to the
pr,. sent day.
He will also display many other instances of sa-
gacity, too numerous to be mentioned in an adver-
tisement.
The Performance to commence at 9 o'cloek in
then morning, and continue till 10 at night. Ladies
antd Gintleinen can be accoiemmodasted Is nlit a private
exhibition, by giving nne hour's notice.
Admittance 25 cents-Children under 12 years
of age half price. Tickets to be had at the Fiansey
OCpsib Sto e, flont ofExhibition Hall, 23, Hanover-

r' IMi-ORTED HORSE
/'"' COLUMIBUS.
"' 0LUM[IUS owas purchased in Enghland, by
G Gen. Jou, CoFFIx, aud was selected, after as
xaPmination of the best Horses of, th s particular
reed in the Kingdom ; was shipped to the British
province of New-Brunswvick, from thence to Hos-
ton, and presented. by Gen. CorFin to the 'Trus-
tees of the M.lssachusetts Society for Promoting
Agsricldture to be under their direction for tile
benefit of tlie Society, with a sieu to promote the
Agricultural interest of his native State.
The Trustees havu placed Colnbus under the
Scare of the subscribe ; an<' Ihe will lie at the tfol-
lowing places, oni the days stated in the note at tlhe
bottom, and coutihue at each place two days, ex-
chlusive of SabbatO deys which may intervene,
viz :-At Brighton, inl.the county of Middlesex
at Diidham, county ot Norfolk ; at Framinighan,
a nd Concord. county of Mfiddtesex ; and Tops-
fleld, county of Essex. t I l will continue his rounds
at thie places above mentioned, ler tour months or
during the season.
Columbus is 6 years old the 20th May inst. ; 16
hands high and is of what is termed in England,
the eight / Curt Breed; his color, a beautiful
Dafsple Grey; his points, Bone, Muscle and
Sinetevs, alnd perfect symmetry, are such as cannot
flail to attract the attention of those acquainted with
the form and structure of a Hoi'.e ; his temper
fine ; his walk, for so heavy anl animal, light, quick
andi graiceull; his trot eas,- and his power ill thie
draft.t (which has been tested) immense. In Eng-
land it :s considered that crosses between this
bleed anid well selected mares, i;,ve produced
som of die most useful and noole horses in thet
Kingdom, for the draft. coach, or road.
Sterns bfor ColumbLus-6 D)ollars, 10 Dollars, and
1'2 Dollars; and 1 Dollar addition tor each to the
Groom. Cash when service is perlirnimd.
The owners of Animals which do not 'ro,ve with
foal, thlie money will be returned. Thle price is put
thus low by desire of the Trustees, to accommo-
date every' person des;irua of availine of this valu-
able A..-ial.
Arra.igements will he made at the several places
before named, fur kepintg Animals a..t a reasonable
rate, to accolnmodat lJthose resiling at a distance.
All casualties will be at the risk of the owners.
:-AAMUEBL JAQUr.S, Jun.
N. B.---lieuI'oMw ingare the days of the Months
on whlicti Columbus owi I bie at "1 places above
inalle .--
.A i3,ihton, April S0th ; May 1st, I ith, 12ti,
2 23, 24il. June 4tisi, ithi, listh, 16th 7tl, 28th ;
July 7th, 9th, 19thn, tlths, 31st; ,August 1st, lltim
13th, 23d '2lI. -
At Dedhuii, .Aay ad,I S.; ;4th, 15th,25th, 26th ;
June 6t' 7uh, 18tli, 19th, 2Jth, 3ltnh July lOtl,
llth, 21st, 2Sdl; August 2d, 3d i4tl, 15th, 25tlh
27th.
It Franin_/rham, Mav 4th, 5th, 16th, 17th, 28tlh,
991th; J.I.u StI, 9tih, 20tli, 21st; Ju's 1st,25d, 12th
li, 24il, 2 tih. ; \ugust 4nhs, 6th, 16lid, 17th.
At Concord, May 7th, 8th, 18th, 19tlh, 3tlh,31st;
June 1 lth, lth, 22\, '3' ; Juy) Sd 4t.s, t'ith, Ithl
26flt 2711 August 7th, 8th, '18th, 20.ll.
At 'lopsiield May lth, ltth, 21st, 22d; Ju'e
1st, 2d, 13thi. 14th, 25th, 2Gthli ; July 5th 6th,
17th, 18thi, 28th. 30th; Augu t 9til, 10th, 21st, d2 may 2 lawtA

X.OTICE is hereby given, that the
3siitiso i bns lsas bteen 'I ily a pointed execu-
tors to thse Inst will and testament of
TIMTtHY llIGELOW,.
late of AMhdlfoIrd, in the einriy of Middlese-x, e's-
quire, drecoaseul, testate, and have taken upon llienmi-
selves that trust by giving bosuds as tihe law dii es.
All persnis haning dlnmasdnsi upl) n he t estate ol said
deceased, iar. requires to exl bit lie snte ; an:rd all
persons iildebted to said estate, are called upon to
make payment to
ANDREW Ih(;l-LOW .
1J01-N P. 1ISGELO. V-, 5 s't's
Boston,.Tune 1, 1821.


7"0 lE LET,
S ND enreld n 6th Jlv, rneT ha;if of a three
stor1 brick Hi; (aL su in Plei:sant-street, nelr '
thie Comrinon, cnOva ,-nt lfor a siantall 1 h ilv, on-s-
taining ]Pallor anld Kitelii on ,isasne fluor', tmisee
Lhanbers, excellent sVell of alter' and cistern uno-
der cover, large Yard, kc. F'ur terms, apply at
the premises. July'4


LAKE ONTAIRO STEAM-BOAT
ON'T.qllIO,
WILLIAM VAUGHAN. MF.TERn.
'THIS Boat the ensuing
season will run is fiolows, HTE Pro ne
f1from the last Th''lrsldav m Pr ir
a- until the 15th October, t-- their friend
windand weather permitting.
Going up the Lake.
She v'.!! leave Ogdensborglh, every Thursday at 3
3 .M. Sackets, every Friday at 3 P. M. Han-
ford's Landing, Genessee, every S.turday at 3 P. M. to such rates as
And arrive at'Lewistown, on Sunday about 9 A. M. imported from I
Going down the Lake.
She will leave 1Lewistown, every Monday at 3 The superior
P. M. Genessee River, every Tuesday at 3 P. M. other, is too we
Sackets every Wednesday at 3 P. M. And ar- on their part sh
rive at Ogdensburgh, with all possible expedition.
Agents for receiving and delivering property at have ever mad
Lewistown. POUrTER BAiRTOIT k Co ; at Hanlbrd's The price of
Laniing, Genessee River, C. A. VAN SLYCK ; at
Sackets Harbour, ALBERT CRANE; at Ogdens- alr assortment
burgh, LEVI SEXTro. portation, at th
WILLIA MN WARING, Managing Owncr. orderss dil
C. A. VAN SLYCK, ersdi
LEVI SEXTON. prompt attent
may 19 eop3m *
GEO. L. DEBLOIS '& CO. .osFITC
.A'o. 39, IJV'I)I.S'TREIT, Mairkct-s'r
Agents foe John Sharpe & Co. of Birminigam, Englainl, PitUN IELLO SI
H AVE now open at their office, four cases co,- sizes) ad of the
training patterr.s of every description ot Mus- 1|ak
kets, Fowling Pieces, Pistols, and extra Locks, greeN SHO lack,lig
which they will be happy t. show the dealers in va quantity
those articles, and to receive orders for the same, rshe,, oqut of "i
which will be most faithfully executed by Messrs. PRUNELLO SI
JOHX SuIAx'ap & Co. and warranted in every re- ,lihe 23
aspect equal to the sample, and on liberal terms.
June 30 31___- CR PE S11

Exchange on Holland and Paris, J ST receive
FOR SALE BY 2 CRAI
BOARLAIAN & POPE. I o.(0.
June 30 .JVo. 37, LVJDId-I'V.LII IF. I case 7-8 tL
', -, J u n e 99
YF LOW N.1XVKII.yS.
-,OUR T'IOUSAND pieces Shirt Yellow Nan- Misses
kins, entitled lo debenture ; fir sale by BA- GOOD ass
KER & HODGES, No. 30, India-street. I-. Hose; Ca
Jone 9 nation India and
c &. ust receive(
Sugars, Flour, 'ackerel, c-c. low, by BENJ


LAWSON VALENTINE & CO.
IAVE ,FOR. SALE,
At. 'o*. 7, Parkman's BIuildinffs,
16 hhds. prime Poetn Rico Sugar, i
20 boxes do. brown Havana do.
100 bhis. Howard St. Flou',
70 ido. No. 3, Mackerel, '
80 keigs Tobacco,
Rum, BI'andy, Gin, ?c. together with :i gene-
ral assortment W. I. Goods.
Jalo-.--lO boxes prime b.own Soap, suitable
for shippivqg, will be sold low for cash or approved
credit, to close a concern. 2aw4w ,unue 16
.63i1ERICdNI GOODS.
ELIPHALET HALE,
S Ao1. 30, B0 RO,1D-STREE'T,
AS for sale. bleached and brown Shirtings;
'do. Sheetirgs, Ginghams, Checks and Stripes ;
Tickings ; Cotton Warp, from No7 a 18; Satti-
net Warp, of 1st and 2d jnuality, from No. 16 a
21 ;' Sewing Cottons; Satlinets; Broadcloths and
Cassimeres. ep6w npril 2

Ear(hen, China, and Gltss Ware.
SICLHAEL MELLEN (CO. No. 32, Union
All.street, have received by the late arrir.als-ni
very extensive assortment of Earthan, China anid
Glass Ware, which they are selling at their usual
low 'prices, for cnshs or approved
ept2m apri' 14
CARTWRIGHT & MITCHELL,
.Ao. 6, C E 'I h'/lAL- 'HARF ,
FFER for sale, 120 boxes SmokinIg Pipes,
I .150Ido. Spermaceri Candles,
CaPt 'gSils. W lale (Gil
100 casks Suummer strained Sperm Oil,
100 ps. Ravens tOck ; 20 bolts Russi: Duck,
400 bisrels Alexandria superline Floni,
Bristol Botlles ; neatly covered Gads.is and
Qunarts ; Apothecaries black HottCes, wide 1mnhl;li
Suda Pius', S'.c. hli June i6
JONATHAN CARLTON,
i'No. 6, Bi.AY'S- WlJlRF.
H AS for sale--( otton and Wool Machine Cards,
best quality, .
0U boxes Collon and Wool Cairds,
2t1 sacks best live Geesie Feathers, part small,
20 casks Card Wire, No. 20 to 33,
12 bexes Caster Oil. 8p June 2

Fresh Goods for Cash.

HALL J. HOW CO.
j v \ o. 13, KILBiY. ST'r:EET,
'e AV\rjust received a I,,... ... .i assnot
Iment of Fresli inported Li lIl-'L. \ N id IN-
DIA PEICE GOODS.
Also, on hand-A complete assortment of Amer-
ican Ginghams, Stripes, Checks, Bedtickings,
Brown and IBle d irtgsachd tgs d meetings, Sat-
tinets Cassimeres, Broadcliths. Flannels, '1arns,
Thread, &c. &e. which are offered low for cash.
april t21 2aw8w "

JAMES CARTER,
A'Nor 17, /A DI.I-11ILYRF,
"AS constantly for sale-Russian, Swe.lish, a.nd
IEnglish IRON, flat, square, and round ; wilths
iAILS, RODS, HlOOPS, and PLATES ofeve6ry
description ana size-real (L) blistered STEEL.
.'lls, London Crown VWINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 eptl

Earthern and Glass IWare.
I AIN\VRIGHT & .JACKaSON have receiv-
ed by the brig America ansi other recent
arrivals from Liverpol, anll extensive assortment of
'EAIRT'lEN WVAIi.;, consisting of Blue iPrinted,
Edged, Fsncy aid Cream Colored :- lso, crates
particularly ordered fob erruntry trade containing
a greater variety of patt1 nsi and articles, thian Iir
usual in assorted packages, which are offered for
sale by the package, or repacked at fair prices for
cash or credit-together with a variety of Glass aind
ChSina.
T'he- Copartnership ofthe above firn. expired by
limitation oi the e1t of M:atclh last aLt, andl will
be dissolved in time course of ltie ensuing buinmer.
Is thIe mesnui tismc, their customers willl be stpplli-
ed as usua--i-ad i;tlltr's are invited to call, as it is
intended to dispose of thitstock now on hand, as
also addisioinat supplies daily expected, on the mrast
favorable ter'is, previous to fixing a ahsy of sale by
Auction, unless private contract should superctede
public sale. 3n april 11


f -T -









Scissor Itnives, PCenni-ives, and la-
W zors.
W. GOODnICI. Stari,onrer, No. 76. Statlest.
hasjust received, pn r i .11 ,. ..., I r.riim l,
a coiccm assortment of "ii.. iI.... t 1. I i,aItV

S 'i-or "Ki"es 2 bI:rles, Si-cr si at;ls ; Pen-
knivss', rinlade : double relined steel, w:.-aninted
godl.
i?-1ZORS,. John Unrliber's oli English lRazirs,
in ea:ses, (,rsy aind Hone handles, superior ilualitv,
waTaitiiiid good, r he money will be ;e- i'rnred.
Ink aird Sand Gl.'. as Ited tops ; Fhnusy S:'il
B xrss; Silver ans I :hnt-J Pc rl (l C :.ss C; hokts'
I rr.ise t hInk, for n r;ing oIn linen, :ill ph n ;
.- h, s .. s 'shes ; Biiui,nn'i-, rnettle -hAli ii Boxes
Very r1'lcs--and :] efltcolt ctu awserlme fij tas,. -
ary and thaisey Gbods. ithe a!iov Aill be sold !-iow
for cas-i.
..1/.0-150 reams s":.enrfine I.'ter Paper; 50
do. Cap hot Prest, stpjrns.-r quality. ep4w
may 19


A Lso-l000 y
ersior qusltiniin


BOSTON (iLASS.

AT REDUCED PRICE S.
torsof the BOSTON GLASS MA.NUFACTORY have the pleasure to inform
Is and the public, that the,'bive reduced thle price of the

0 ISTON 0COWN GLASS,
will make it cheaper (its -eight and quality considered) than GCrown Glass
London and Bristol.
ity, in strength and brilliant, which the BOSTON GLASS possesses over all
ell known to be question, and the Proprietors are determined that nothing
hall be wanting to render ae Glass manufactured in future equal to any they
de.
CITELMSFORD GLASSis alio reduced, and offered for sale, (together with
of SOUTH BOSTON FLNT GLASS) packed in exceAent order for trans-
e Boston Glass .Manufactty, Essex-street.
reacted to the Superi'rteiait of the Boston Glass Mlanufartoy, will receive
ion. tf ,July 16


NVELLO SHOES.
I', No. 32, Counrt'street, hid
eet, has just received-lcal
HOES, ol'l the best quality, argT
following colours,viz. Frenclirel,
it and darvk blue. Also, Dernm;>
s ,with and without heels. Lik-
rof low pri.eld SHOES, whilh ait
hshlion, itit well made-lowprice
HOES, from 3s to 3s9 per p

U1 WLS and .Mj1.i'NT S.
ed, anrd for sale
Ait A o. 73, CORA ft ,
P'E SHAWLS,
MANTLES.
NEN s, wshcl will be sold I'.
4asp C. J. AIS.
' White Cotton IIoseJ
sortmenZ of Missus/' W ite tlton
ssimere andl rape Shavsls Imi-
other M1uslins ; Thread E4iigs,
I from auction, and are selliivery
AMIN SWESlTSEit, 29hourlt

yards fine Factor y Shirtind "
tf MarilO


JYEE DLES. ,
COMPLETE assortment of gold andhver
A eyed, supe'f ine and ilhite Chapel N les.
sharpls, blunts and between, from the rnm ip
proved Maker., constantly. for sale by E)\ RI)
ELIOT, No. 2, South Row. 3m mat 24
Leghorn Bonnets and ,lankin Cues.
GEORGE HOWE,
JVb. 55, M.IIJtKL'.ST'lf'R',
HTAS just opened, a complete assortit of
_ I LEGHORN STRAWS, of excellen lali.
tv. .Also-1 case real NANKIN CRAPElbest
kinl in the market. 6is6os Febi

RICH ENGLISH SILIK HOSIY*.
SMITH & GORE,
.No.3, ..ARLBORO='-R .
HAV, I received, by the Canton front Livrol,
a package o'f SILK HOSIERY aiud GL (S,
tof superior quality, consisting of I
Ladies, rich embroidered white and blacSilk
Hlose,
Do. plain do. do, drab and slate colors do. :
Do. black and white knotted or rib'd do.
,Mens' very lhevy plain black and white SiPk.
Do. outsize bi'k-anil white dso.
Do. black saud whiteSik inifduo. rib'i and pl,
Do. colored, white anl black spuni Silk halfds
Means' and women' largee andi heavy blacnld
lite Si' !k Gloves ; spuni dno.
They haete also for sale, at wvolestlead and sail
a very extensive .i.... ii.. '... I'Cotton andI W ..1 .i
Hosiiry. .,..h "'t

For Sale,
Y ISAAC ADA'MS, at Stall No. 3, Fan-.'
h liall Market--100 bbls. less Beef, exeelt
quality ,snitalble fotr tung voyages ; 5 huif bblsso
prime Mess Beef, in hbls. and Ihalf bbls. ir fialy
use; 100 bbls. Pork, different qualities ; 2!0S0.
Bacon Hams, in.shipping order.-Also, 30 half Is.
Neat's Tuongues. June

Crape Sha-wis, White Chips, C

CHARLES WINSLOW,
H NV. 7, CORNHXI.L
AS JUST -RECEIVED,
2 cases 7-4 Crape Shawls ; I do 8-4 supor
quality Nankin and Can)torCrapes, Sarsnets in-
chawss, Levantines, Florences, I&e. Also, Ise
Wlhite Chip Flats, with Crous aitd Bands ;eg-
horn Sr r'Ms, &e d ts' Ju ine

.VN .'7V 't.A a'nd C.dTt) Oi' Ci'IJ1 PS.
,- -Ill'TNEY & HASKELL, No. 29, M.et-
y street, have just received, an extensi as-
sortment of CANTON GOODS, viz:-
10 cases Nankin Crapes, various lengths, frs 18
to 23 yards, plain inul figured, of every ide
of c'ilor,and the best quality imported, sape
Drcesvs, with orders,
5 cases Canton Crapes, black and colored'
2 don 7-4 Crape Shawls ; I do. heavy 8.4 d do.
IThe above Goods Ihase been selected withpirtic.
ulsir care, and comlprise as complete an assorlient
of Nnkiiiand Canton Crapes as are offers thi
sale in to'ni. 6w June3


BOSTON AND CHELMSFORD
WIVDOW' GLJSS,
T REDUCED) PIICES, at the Boston Glass
lanuactory Vare-House, 76, Cornhill.
SAls'-Apothecsries', Cliemical, Plain and Cut
Glass, by PEARSON & CLOUTMNIAN.
Orders directed to P. & C. 76,Cornhill, will re-
ceive careful attention, tf sept-6
ELEG.AJ!T SUMMER, DRESS.
-''UST received, hnd for sale by JOSHUA P.
I. BLANCHARD. No. 14, Kilby-street, a few
pieces white COSSACK CORDS, a new, cheap
andl handsome article for Summer Vests ind Par].
Ialoss. June S30

FRESH GOODS-by the Mercury.
TROTT & BUMSTEAD,
AVE received by the Mercury, from Liver-
I pool, 46 packages containing-heavy blue
Prints; Cambrics and Muslins; Furnitures; fine
Shirtings; blue and white Plains ; Kerseys ; Dom-
bazetts, plain and figured ; Scotch Plaids ; Rose
and Posint Blankets; Flushings and Bookings.
June 30

JOSEPH CALLENDER,
.A'o. 40, M.larlboro'-strieet, near the Old Soith,
SAS for sale 40 boxes Lemons and sweet'Or-
auges, in good order, which will be sold at a
low price by box or retail.
7TO BE LET,
The Long Room over the above store, suitable
for a Dry Goods or Wholesale Shoe Store.-Also,
the room now improved by Mr. Culburn as an A-
c;'demo vurr 'I"

1ARSEILLES quiLTS, Yc.
ORACE DRAPER, No. 59, Market-street,
R has just received, I case 12 qr. white Mar-
seilles quilts ; I do. striped Silks ; 500 boxes su-
perior London Sewing Cottons ; 3 cases black and
colored Nankin and Canton Craes ; 1 Icase black
French Crapes ;-2 cases Fancy Prints ; 30 doz.
5-4 superfine Neekerchiefs ; I case 4-4 and 6-4
Mull-Mull Muslins; 3 cases Men and Wo-
men's black and white Silk Hose, of superior qual-
ity ; I case Ladies' black Gipsey Hatn ; do.' da.
white Leghorns ; 1 do. Coneans, for Gentlemen's
summer wear; (10. black Double ChAin Levantines ;
Gentlemen's black and 11lhite Silk Half Hose.
June 30

F.aNvcYr IJTS.-

WILLIAM LINCOLIN,
Z"o. 20, OLD STATE HOUSE,
TTAS received by the Herald, a good assortment
of Boy's London drab and green Hats ; do.
Chi hdren's fancy Sidney's trimmed with Plumes.
Likewise, Just received a supply of Gentlemen's
Beaver Hats, l:ght for summer wear; do. Beaver
a,d lows pricoed'ralb Hats. -
Gentlemen's imitation Beaver Hats, and a con.-
plete assortment of Men and Children's hats o
every description for sale at the lowest cash' prices
2aw Itim. iay 19

STOJ,'E CUTTIJ*G.
.x "tHE Bricklayers and others concerned in build-
. ing, are respectfully informed, that the sub-
scriber has commenced the above business in Cam-
bridge street, where lie will supply those who
will thvour him with their custom at the lowest
prices. JOHN TEMPLETON.
N. B. Also, Grave Stones of nil kinds.
tIf march 7

.4Merchants Take noticece .
rIlHE subscribers will sell th-'ir Stock,in qian-
_ titles to suit urchlasers, consisting of well
seasoned Slip.3' BLOCKS, &o. at very reduced
pi ices, and uon terins, in all respects, whih can-
not fail of giving satistfi'tion. Gentltmenen '.,,.
Blocks, &c. for ships' use or fir exportsati .., ,i
iihd it lot their interest to call aIt the large wooden
building, No. 4.1, India-street, (leading front.
Broad-st. to India-st.) where the smallest favors
swill be gratefully acknowledged, by
DUPIE BADGER.
N. B.- Punmps repaiuled at short notice, in a
aithluld uinancri. eutf

WOOL TVAA TED.
ASH will he paid for a few thousand pounds
i conmoin, mixed and full blood WOVOL, by
DEXTER, TIFFANY & CO. No. 35, Bruad-
street, if offered inio.nediately.
Also-C'ilsh advanced on consignments of Wool,


.FREN(CH GOODS nu-ll Jiue 20
8 CASES of FlIENUH GOODS, consisti" of f I077CEG.
Merino Shawls, long and square ; Silk lie ; 'T.AklNS I llRICKNELhave removed from
Gives ; Gniloons; B ombfzincs ; Florencetmud S No. 17, to No. 6, Exchange-street, (to tie
Sattin Hilibins-lor sale by HENRY G. IG C. store'lately occupied by Mr. Saniucl Brooks,)
No. 71, Broad-strcet. Jne:3 here t 'vy ier" for sale, a large assortment of
Boots andl Shiws. Good Weliingston Call Ekin
Silk Velvets, CatloOtS, and; Taps. Bloors, at `3,75; Cordovanand Seai Skin, at ;3,2.
SENt-RY CUT rfKR & CO. have receive1er 5/'s 550G0 plair G'entlemen's flue Shoes, at 8s 3d
SCunel, 'hem Bremen ; 3 cases c', ii g 500 scurOn'ied Seal Skins ; 00 do. nor'se Hides,
Silk Velvets, oos, and assorted Tapes cib 50 pair coarse Shce, suitable for the Southern
they offer for salec. S' Jnne Market. eptfe march 8

cw M'V ,sic., GCiler,. c. FRESI GOODS.
SUST receive, ai d iri'salc :it S. it PARIhO'S fGenmielnch's black' and white Silk IHose
-' N l, Ccrnhill, a variety ol'ne dmslithsois- fiom Jlnucion..
able Soan. ail other Music. LEWIS C. MANSON,
.lUTI .EY-Rogers' i1st i patent Penis 49 Cl/ ILh,
well assorted. 49, COR/711 ,
Sn Sissrs o te ,. stnl r- AS jus) received for sale, ifron uuetin, a tfew
TC-1.he usual articles in the Station.fryliefor ge ntl en'shliwk au hits S; iose,
sanle as above. ep5lsasI ilo tshy2 "'very Ilea, y, at the hlow price of' t per pair.
si.ke..sse- tew boxes new ..nd rich Garniture
L ff,. .Iti.bons, (very wide,) for 25 cts. per yard, nSly..
l also-,-os. 7. 9 amnd 12, bla.k and white Sntin
'ORa sale, by GUILD &e CI.A P son hihbonss ;Neo. 3, 4 anild .u.strii. 1. .1 ..., etuil-
street, from 15 to 1600 1A.JLS. A ', a i sis c iei ; phFn and I, .. I gri. n and 'hite
qu santit nsf sinnhi SPA ,S. ;'sip fit m 2'- s;nusn rtts hid Florenn .' i, I.mck Sinrili'aws and
P' G'-nietO g. tiuts 'rllemn's FFirenchl Silk VeAtlrg, very
UPHOLSTRY GOODS. .tont.;t4-4a n4l 6A.4 Ctano Cnnamebris and .nilinc
J. BUMSTEl 'D & SON I(nsins, Linun c ininlr-is, smne u vrv ris' nv pflainin ald
Ni. g. C.1' l1; ,i ] Leno Muslins, u do. h. J:, is 're. is erl ni afeshsasnOm l" s- el-.s "indj tn:ntiiti I.ndia M shnslin ; black. grecn snd .wi itie
T-ic.le. ss Ujeclire. n frais asso. mitml -sent t a-.F (, is; ,lhurniuittirr t Diniotish ; blue, hulf and
Sties i the Upl,!try, I m e insisscd ,s sii Je s; l le drab nd mixed Or, i ,u-
:mm(i wate'edh ,'lorsrn's, sVal'10is onsin-ies anrd eo r k S n s .un h dine
i w iterc7 1 .s, o a i s I es a t( ` ;reli ,1rino,, Inkfs. some e handisomei borders,
inperfie s a7- nd 4-4t Be d icekis ; balahd 8i, 's it. ii Shwls' gIn .ntlen's,
.C"nrtMion rrengesaand Bindings.md
Lite:sse m /,nhas/--iv'e geese I"eathers ; tam. "hits irk' dlo.; n.'di' black anidi w.lite Kls aimd
Pdo ; ntilT i {is < Hair Mhtrmsses 5 ; Moss a ik Gloves, coliu c do. ; do., white and sl at C(It-
Pe(Cv-,lnons.N. tfctI may 19 Hose, Silkdo.; gcrnth'.nien's ikured Cravats,
R iCHA I DSiON veli a tders.son ve'5 e ne; LiSnen Cuminlbric
S .rs ty in hi i iut Iis Ikfs.I ; flags, iatdann.s, arn .black Silk HIldki.;
AS N.'- ,antly on lew -s d at l rmuet, hios, M niarcthry fsny udo.; brown ainl black sLiness, sBucklams,
SNo. '27, Newlry -street, loson, large s- ,. twist ,intt::sgilt do. some very niceSew-
ortinst tf P lock Tin Wai e, tug Cottmo,.14ssia Dinapn-r and Sheeting, Seer'suck-
A .ts Copper l!:ttes and PI'tcuhe;.a plaiu and fign'dii
S. ,.;seillhr3 satin', 2 c:ises ( sn.s n a ra.i.ps, black
%A n n c)l'o:e, cases light London Prints.I do.
asrk do.;2 : 'o..hrish l.hUnI s,4-. awl 7-8; It do. lowh
.' piccda L. cs 25 ets. Ic,' tyad, 1Io. t-itish Shir-
halttrU is anit-e llegs, I do. Atulerw.'a; m "seu
n. s i i os. ': ; h s m U r. n b r lh' .s I h. s A i e ri e'i,
Irs-ni us ~S u 1 2 1 dei ndo do Shh'Lislq I i').
i: -lockT 'nTea Pots ; do.. do. t'i s lo v Nnkibs, Broadelus, 3 o. Co sistin' of
,lc. VWasl Bowls and Ewers ; do l',. t "'Illb!r; b!. ks, har-sb cks, lWnes, l d: and mixed,
do. do. quart ansd pint Beer Pots ;.do do. h .;l sips,' 2 ahh:s Ci s;n eciS nunvrius colors, asisise b i.rv i
sail I ges au;e nn sser'ne,nt unl'ew W-tes' W :me. bl'sikn, light ixed, rkl O u. drn -us anud Iar.sreasac.
N. .-Is'le abovc articles ne 'trra:Jet !s T'he whole comnl sung -t very exte',sive asso: L-
of the b"st materials and woriinanship--alrsI. Inn ut ol' season aie Go,. sot, which will be sul sats-
cliheper than at any other mn5 utct orv:. S vel smahl aldlvance, lios then auction n prices., s Whn l
search 2.4 eprtt sale and rctaul. eptt Ilay 12


AIMERICJ.N' GOODS.

DEXTER TIFFANY & CO.
T .Vo. 35, BRO.AD-STREET,
IL IAVE FOR SALE,
A complete assortment of American mnanufac-
tured Cotton and Woollen Goods.
( Caash advanced on consignments.
June 20 ep3wv
Italian Sewing Silk.
TRE Subscriber has for :ae, .2 caesa be.l Ital.
ian Sewing Silk ; I case Florentines ; 1 case
gilt Buttons, Ribbons, &c. &c. which will besold
low for cash. Chambers 56 Cornhill.
may 5 eptf BEiNJAMIN DOW.

New Carpet Ware House,

JOSEPH G. BACON,
Vbs. 18 and 20, .M1arket-street,
"'AS received per Triton and Rasselas from
Liverpool,
Brussels Carpeting, a Damask Table Cloths,
great variety new and with elegant bor'deirs
elegant patterns, all round and hand-
Imperial and Frussels some centers from 2
Rugs to match, to 7 yards long,
Venetian and Kidder- Napkins to match,
minster Carpeting,fine Damnsk and Linen Di-
and super. a great va- aper by the yard, 6-4
riety of figures and 7-4 8-4 9-4 and 10-4
new large patterns, wide,
Rugs suitable for do. Chints Furniture, new
Venetian and Brussels and elegant patterns,
Siair Carupeting, Furniture Dimities,
Brass Rods and Eyes Cotton Counterpanes,8-4.
for do. to 16-4,
Green Bocking Baize, Marseilles Quilts, 12-4
Rose Blankets 7-4 to to 16-4,
13-4, Irish Linen Sheeting,
Carpet Bindings, 5-4 and 6-4 wide.
-OV ILA- .N'D- -
*'Green and Plaid Table CLOTHS ; white
cotton do.;, Rlussia do. ; Tartan Doilies Bed Tick-
ig ; Green Billiard Cloth ; Bleached Cotton
Sheetings extra fine Irish Linens 7-8 and 4-4
wide, approved bleach.
tr'C.dlso-Gilt Frame L.ooking GLAbSES, pur-
chased at auction will be sold renmarkably'cheap.
april 18 SwisSwos
11HOGS BRISTLES.
CASH (60 cents per pond) will be given, for
first quality HOGS BRISTLES, at LANE
& HUNEWELL's,Dock-sq. l-2ml2is nov 18

PAPER I.WGIXVGS.
0(:NEW AND ELEGANT PATTERNS. 2-0O
I B1UMSTEAD & SON, No. 68, Cornhlill, have
aSo just imported in-lie Galaxy, from Have-
27 cases French P per Hangi' gs selected from
the first Paris nManinactories. This 'addition ren-
ders their stock uncommonoly extensive and vait-
able, and such as is rarely found.-Eegant Satin
Papers, with rich borders ; Plains, various color's
and shades ; Goll andl Silvered Borders ; Cloth do ;
a few sets of" Rideau a Bayadre," a new and'most
splendid Paper for drawing'reonms; sets of Views
ofdistinguislied places in Europe,Asia, and Amer-
ica; elegant Chimney Bloard Pieces, q&c. dc.
J. B. ; S. have large assortment of Amierlictan
PAPER HANGINGS from their Manufactoiy.
The colors warranted -o be equal in durability to
the French.
fy. Country Merchants and Dealers supplied on
favorable terms. tt april i18

SUPERFIJ'E PAPER.
IUST received by ISAAC W. GOODRICI,
SStationer, No. 76, State-street,
129 reassuperfine LE'1ER l'A PERIhotpres'd,
40 do. do. FOOLSCAP, not pres'd. 'The above
is of a superior quality, and will be sold low.
,ilso, 1600 1.s. BINDERS' BOARDS,
100 reanis Royal (Newslesper) PRINTING-
will be exchlsnged for West Indlia or Factory
Goods-price S 3 50 per.rean,
50 doz. DAY & MARTIN'S real JAPAN
BLACKING, of all sizes by single jug, dozen, d.r
cnsk. ...-. -- -
- ACCtUNT' aOOKS, ot all kindls,- singlo-or in
sets; BOOKS ruled and bound to any pattern.
ms:ay 5 el'8w

PORTER 91VD JdLE.
" V M. GAROINER has for sale, at his gen-
W uine Beer Brewery, Castle.street, and
Cellar, No. 51. State-street, Draught Porter andi
Ale for immediate use, or exportation.
Also,in half.barrels, for family use, fine ALE
which lie can reconniend to be superior to any that
lie has ever ofl'red fur sale. Orders for Table Beer,
left ait his Cellar, No. 5t1, State-street, will be punc-
tually attended to.
Grains may be lad.tat his Brewery every Tues-
da al Friday afternoons, and Yeast asusuil
Feb '2 61Cm
f'atn.ted.,
-I7ROlM 1000 to 2000 pir lMen' SHIOES, of
S different kinds, and qualities, tor which pay-
ment will be made in Dry Goods, at fair prices, or
cash.
.hORDON R CREHORE, 10 Market-Row.
June 23 fiw


NEEW GOODS--By the Herald.
*LEONARD C. BOWLES.
AlVo. IS, CORft."IIiLL,
AS received from Bhirmingham nud Sheffield,
a supply of STATIONARY, CUTLERY, and
FANCYGOODS,among whichare thefollowing:-
Morocco Pocket Books. Thread Cases and Memo.
rasndum Books, a great variety; elegant Morocco
Work Boxes.; Needle Cases; Waitch Ribbons;
Pencil Cases ; Purses; Snrlps and Cl'isps; Tam-
hour Needles; T'weesers and Bodkins; Wedge-
wood,brass japan anild Pocket Inkstands ; Walkden's
best Ink Powder ; Scales and Dividers ; Protract-
nrs ; Mathematical Inrtrmrents ; Meisuring
Tapes; Parallel Rules; RUDGER'S Pocket and
Desk -Knives, a handsome assortment; do. Razors
auid Scissors; BARBER'S old English Razors;
Zaizor Strops and Hlones; Dressing Cases ; Shav-
ving Boxes, kc.
.ilso--For sale as above, every other article in
the Stationary line, as low as can be purchased else-
wherse. With a general assortlient of Miscellane-
ous Books at re'rucedprices ; Quarto. Pocket an!
School Bibles, of all kinds ; Psalm andl Hymn
Looks, elegant and common bindings; School
Books, of every kind in general use.
(if' ACCOUNT BOOKS bound and ruled to
any pattern, at short notice, &c.
may 19 Stis3tos
CO L0UNTY RESIDENCE.
O be let, a neat, convenient and very pleasantly
situated House, containing ten rooms, with a
Stable, convenient Out-houses, and a good we'- of
Water, Garden aid fruit Trees, anrl idou't twso a-
cres of Land, situated on the Dorcheater iu'rnpike
..oad,s:x miles fiom Boston. The honse has been
ecentiy fitted up and newly papered a. I i. b.i-.I.
nd is in perfect repair, Apply at S. B I L.A.\ M1
Oflice, Old Court House. eptf may SO
NAHANT.
SES3E RICE, wouhid itform his friends and tihe
i public, that he has lately made an addition to
his house of a large Hall and Sleeping Chambers,
so tliat lie will be able to give better accommoda-
tions to parties than he hlias heretofore, andi will
will have large accommodations for Boarders.
He assures the public that no pains shall be spared
on his part, to give perfect satisfaction to nll who
may honour him with their company.-He intends
al' ays to keep his Bar well suoplied with the choi-
cest liqucrs that can be had in Boston, lie will like-
wise live a good barKieeper cook and other domes-
ticks in his house. 2aw4w June C
PORTMANTEAU LOST.
~'F the person who in the evening of Monday last,
i. within one mile of Roxbury-street, on the road
leading to Milton, took up a PORTMANTEAU
containing the wearing apparel of a gentleman,
consisting of a blue Spencer, light Pantuloons, and
Linen,to a considerable :inount, will give intorma-
tion thereof at the Centinel Counting Room, a re-
w ard shall be given that will be satisfactory.
July' 4
.1 OTICE.
rfliF, person that borrowed or has the thirty-first
1, volume of the Medical and Physical Journal,
hnlf bound, belonging to the subscriber, is request
ed to return it to No. 18, Atkinison-street.
June 6 ep6w ISAAC RAND.
,Notice to the Ladies' and Geniteaen of
ltoston.
YuUiN'G Man, lately from England, who has
, served as an apprentice to a Nobleman as a
cook. and has a fill knowledge ,-f his business in
all its various branches, will be happy in waiting
on any Lady or Geutlman to dress thiir dinners,
or to engage hinmselfas a servant ina private failn-
;y whe'le a regular establishment of servants, are
kept. A line addressed to I.S. C and left at No.
133, Broad-street, will be attended to.
June :d3
E ,l'L /f. ) 'K tJI~VNfE'.E:
A YOUNG Lad whio can fui'nisli simple testimo-
lnials of hlert qualification and good ucIhartnrter,
and who has had several years experience in school-
'p'n-, wstishes to obtain a situation a. an- Assist~
Si .r .i A.sidey, or i-would go into a Gend-msi,'s
itnuily, to instr'ut children and assist hi sewi, g,
required. An engagement in one of ttie Soulhs'r'i
States vi iod he preferred. Inquire at 'he Centinel
CoAulnti*g RRooim, iTune '23
./YOTiCPA.
i i' rse, with a good breast of milk, wish-
es- .;itiin as I.'urse, lwho ca produce Ile
best ot rs,c.isinendations. Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Room. Jue s.0
.YURSE CHILD W.NVITED.
YOUNG married woman with a good breast of
milk, wishes to take a Child to nurse. Inu-
quire at the Centinel Counting Room.
June 27
WET NURSE I J1.3'TJED
A WET Nurse, that cn be nell recommended,
none other need apply. Inquire at the Cen-
linel Counting Room June 23
BOA(L RDER.S WVA.NVElD.
w '7ANTE1) two or three Gentlemen or Lady
e I, Boarders, in a small family, on reasonable
terms, about fur miles fi-romn Boston.-Good ac-
commodations for ehiklren ; every attention paid to
those out of healili. If no Boarders, three pleasant


Gal.ze and Slli,.Hr Fltaniels, Rooms to be Let. Inquire at the Centinel Coun-
O ORACE IDRAPER, No. 59, Market-street, ting Room. June'23
lthas )ust. received by fhe Rasselas-2 bales su-
perfine G(\UZE and summer FL.ANNELS, 4-4 1jO.,1D tI V h DV"l'E),
and 8-1 wide, at wholesale and retail TN the vicinity of Boston, f.r two little Girls,
march S 3m mta in a guental family, near a gond .school. In-
quire at the Centinel Counting Honti. June 30

'iOULD'S real .apan Sponge Blackfis' is for LIED in eti Dry GooD.
j sa!e at the following placees viz :--l .nry TIur- ANED in a ret LADry, abGoodsut 15sto e, an
ter, and Ezra Enton, Fish-street ; I. T. Lnupee, tive inte llgett LD, ahiouit 15' ears o
Middle-street ; (Gy & Veazsic, S. N. J. Howe, age. One whuoe sareist reside ir town,, woonld e
and WV. Faxon, An n-strect; T. ThIril, N. E. of ,prefre. Inqunieat the Centinel Counting Room.
the market; N. R. Holden, MVi-rket-square ; flHal June 23
& leldI, No. 1, Union-street ; T. Brighlarn, Elm'- FO. SA.LE,
street; J. Perryv, Howe, and J. Tollman. Court- A TPN feet HOUSE, constaiiing four rooms
street ; Mark Byrne, and Cushman Hassett, Mar- A kitchen cellar with an oven in is, cellar, an4
kct-srect ; Stearns s [ickii.ell, Exchange-street ; vaIrd, situated at the southrlhv part of Sei-street.
B. D.lrling, F. Atwood, and Johnl Stevens, Broad- Inquire of JOHN WHITTY, on the premises.
street ; J. P:ray, *28A, Cornhill ; B. Fuller, M June 23
c(ishin;g, J. Morton,... Thayer, Jos. Stevens. J
Vose, C. VeI'szie, Thayer & Lord, J. Ihunt, and ilEL AI.s HI' S OR/SE.
L1. I Caswell, on Atle Main-street ; and at Samuel ,0R1 sa1sle. large elegant dark I'own IiHORS!, 7
Kidde'r, jn. and W. Arnold's, Charlestown. This i vars ol, wsvarrantd sound, knld ini harness
Blaik 'ng may be used over tallow or oil. anti goo ul oser thle Saiddle. He is afine figue, ani
A. G. reto'n's hs thank, to those gentlemen in ilI respects -asu-lw-ioe ritse, esquial to any eone
who state that l eaicy lave his recipe forr making hi that ihas been fired tor sa;n this season. ah. may
Blacking. I h'rtler stit', that 1 have not inform- be seen at Mr. J. Stones' Stable, janover street.
'd any person whatever 1lte method of making my '.hmii m3 3
Sprnge Biacking. A. GOULD. TO LET 0e/ SELL
N. ". All.orders punctually attended to.. ylE HOUSE, cornerof Mal and Gard'n-sts.
(./harestow..h1.;8., 1.:1. snow occupied hy the. subscriber, cniatiniung
II.s.\v'7';E), three lied rooms, two gaod Parlors, Kilche,. two
PAVING ST'ONES, &c. Cn::-s, ureakfast-room, Store-roomm, g Vi Yard,
P VI W, C. Wood housi-, ruinwater-Cistern, and a Inever lai.l-
clleorurution of this city %ill give flrom this up osoo water as any t State-
'hhhhf d h f ir n I t I s mus d .lir lug I'upill, sit is good, wat' ias naly' in this State-
an d tt ille first day of MaIy. U.2, 1 two d .rs with a large baake'rs Oven. ild a smniall family Oven.
and fitv cents lper ton f'n' good rmuit p\,\ img s'oties, Said Inouse is well calculated ifora unke-hounse and
si: 75 1 enlts i0 Ion fo'r' paving s:rl, a5 'reii Steue us or a private lanuImly hIquie 'JOSEt'II
tlca s:m tronm llihe desks it tlihe vessels iioigitnti. I i' ON, iat his Stre, No. 9, Charles-street,
tis sam nctii itis prr. Tly will al.o grive t2 1-2 re u;t ihe IREAL ESTAT.E OFFICE. No. h,
cents pet ruimoliig toot fr i 20,C00 hiet Its curi, and l .xch ii,,-stre tL June :)
1 ,UtU00 i of v'.tten' stones. he curb stones
must be nlotI hss than i fiet long, 12 inches dell CU')R..'yllLL SQU.A.il.E,
:ntd i. inches thliek; gu'ter stones not lesa than two T-" 1O he hct and inumediate possession given, tl
cet hlong, t inches idTe, in 3 inches thick. '4 Cornhill-square-that suite o l Rtnims now .1. l[OF';N,, ayor. ,iei ',v Messis. llholhrok i De.xtrr. Also. tihe
s"len-U Cn'lea-.?ts7,. Spr'i, (21. asn Oi'ce :t. s'ly improve by Geiorg'e llke and P.
.. e,1io -p -, s- pp o sed to be .s tolen e, l1:6 1. 's, A, su on h 'r .s ,,ui at. l e nr a ,
I F ... .'iirlesofW ARe hol I, siam, nrun s Chum- tlucilon. Aslo,tbe
n ie titit i room in the resat of Stouse No. 1. 'eorms
i st.ima -e' I. lhuNnle So). uiH:,1..inurd h ,f -nt ill le P,,lmadc known oapplicution to LANE
o ilos, smked-J. .1 W'. ; 1 Spo. n I.arkid 15 L:\3IMSON, or H. F. BA1it'RELL, ol tdi pre-
of S(olns. mlrked A.J. W.; 1 Spoon n marked! t f m r,
S' S. ; I lu ,,dle of 4 Spoons, marked P. H. ; es ... e'Itf s 5
1 I fo 1 ; Uilthout mfrks ; a set of Tea Spon.s,, ,OUSE JhAND ST'OR- TO IIE I'ET.
1 n irkId S. '. 1 11. V. I S P I E. .M. I I. OV() be let, Stose No. 1, Long-whu'f., being one
A. C. 2 C. P. II. 1 A.1R. I I. R. I E. 1 M11. of the iost in 'Bostor. Likenihe, a snuaH
W. I P S. ( ; .'i''-, Soons, marked II. E. II. gust..il House, on ('anbrnidge-street. Possession
I Crnieam l'. n;4;ed Rt. 1 Suganr 13. mark- s Store given 1st J.y. The How eis now va-
-.! IR. I.; m cs-w Silvrer I'ea .-;poons, th' ;n;ikicr's cant. A ply t .1 GEO. B, OS101IN, corner of"
t..ne, II.'w,'.d.i ; mids G do. markedly S. 'V. Can;ibr'idge and lynde-staects -ipt' .niay,12
TIhe lip-s',:, ,n wh ni the a 'bov. property was "i
,(l. :vas .c..'u eninncomited to jail ; :l:.. any fortl- COLUMBIAN CENT'IN.L.
er innS.rsuns ttir ie'aisi'ti,,2 it, ',is bIx hiuh tron ppli-
stlirs sin .l-c.tE 1, C 'otas,". )..iinical.......er-cantile....antd Ji'ccellaneotls.
l, to"-If.'':riet, ,Ttne Sn, h1821. I'hihlished o.i H'Wedne'A*ns M at.' Surdayssy
liID l.NI'ED) ISENJAMIN IRUSSELL, Ptublisher ot the Lass
G 'INTl '.IMA\N a: i \V'i '. wishes to obtain 1 the UnlitLd States, h'rister toe the otate,and
] board in a respectablt private lumily, where prie nit his Ottce, 11Congress-itreet.-
ther's re inr t snasill children. A line directed toPrprtor
1. and left at the Centincl Counting Room, will THOMAS IIHUDSON, printer.
meet with attention. June 23




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