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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00007
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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elm Greenfield,-willtiin and for the coiu of Frank- and the public, that they have takenI into co-a Debates of the ettMon 'wnnoHs. e e ul s .. -, s -.. ..i the Constitutlou cm '-ar heAr.enl byfive of ,
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Sof lin, on the fomth Tuesday of Aprilal the year partnership Mr. WIL>.IAM WINCHRESTER, E have before f, tcnd-, I heiixntention of lv w i,c, e twoa riinns are a over ned, ar e motives I m .em of thisc dtofo
, at of our Lord oie thousand eight bhiudred and and the business in future will l he conducted under -,Messrs. T'K-?S eN ns ,, OF A- O, .. Iwith.ut dobt, nil oIm -,m ,,nisofllusct, antwo rom
SOr tw-enty.one. the firm otf E. A. k W, WINC ,ESTEI bIanv to publish the eortDelates of the acknnwlede th,. imprtance. Men, as wel as ... 1 ."ler the command of Ma-
g UJ)ITH HASKELL,ofNewsalem,inthecoun- EDMUND WINCHESTER. sFed r l Coiveition alid are happy States,are s1ject to'dostin; notin escapes the 31- t y. ..mrl' of the day. In the t
,-, y of Franklht, afresaid, wife of Joseph Has- -AMAQA WItNCHESTER it it will-S" o iAsue ^ froni the protecting car''of tle Mrst- High; :aud, when na- presence-ofan immense crowd of spectators ,"
ell, late. of N ch, and yive the Court to understand ad be informed July IA 1821. 4sp 7 press... -.' "-,, '..h,,i ,. ,.. t ilv of iniiduials is subinussion. witness the volutionis of this oand of youth-
IL. thaton the eleventh day of'December, in the year of .. ,TI e nurr.l ,.f 'he c..n]o i' ,,,,S says the .. ., r!I ,., .: assures th'e Diet of'N ..r l.I.., ful ~. 1.I.- r he c r. l] .' heirr tents with tha
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itant Josepbh >akeIl, and that saithe h:th ever since de- JL TOLMAN, is dissolved by mutual-conssit, pni1,1.l-il .n ........ ....... .s.-,....'.... o o"1 ,-' SLOCKHOI,o AXiiIL 6., The Message of the -he mi,..-,i ,r'.....-a.i,-o of a-camp, with all
Iin meatied herself towarrds themi sid Joseph, as an at- this t`v e'*y-fiflh dav of June. All 'those who are g res, of Mar-, 7... 1* I c .,-,.. I .1 tihe icts3 KKing to the Di M resrpetinf the .s ,tn irc., a, ., n m an ;o"f ...."
, tectioienae, chaste, and faithiul t ile. 'tlte saod indebted to saidl firm, a re r requested to Iake pay- an(l proceedings of tha .osltitut onol bodyibut 5 o f. ,l ",t L.11 ,r .. I the k.OMP and e .rcurms-ance of war." t_
. Joseph -o reardis h c premise,and invioitlation rnent to Jon, PA nC; and th. ose who 1have de, n s 41 -.'d, i;... ... ; '- .. 1 C tr.1 ,t .l. l o Irg ., (1 1. ,|,k -.',. I.1 n1'ched A.th .
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S s u ft _e nblihltiios a iii ri i covenant, on the a ainsltthfffirm, are desiredto call olhim, attheir ti n lel, l..rp ....l l. 1 II. i... .. IiIl .. n-*-l, e. .', ,unlt ....., i i .* i ..,. ...i_- ,* u e in ee i.r l .. i..-..g of C. ipt,
( sxthl d yofM av,in *hb.. .. .... u.. i.l.. -,e thou- old stand, fort payment. JOI K PARK : ri It i, I r. -.* : i. 1. .i. i. ...*>. :,l 1.11 A -I tlbh n a I. ,Ih .,In. b. i d ( ....,nell... : G ,b,,r \ ;|,lii ..ichtll' .... Jud ...n's .
.sand eight lio ndr ed and thirteen, d.:. le.I y1 ur I HIEN RY TOLM AN Ip, i : s...-. ,r., ..... [,, ,l|t !..1 0 ., ....i.l..- ., ,,I *. t *-*l, t....... 1 % u ,,.,. Ahr,-r it f : : ...I, i,,,l .| ,| n V.-.lin.-tecI 1:-, C. Ic-' G.., clnor'l s
Liiellant and lhath eiver Sine rema rianedout of this -, i1 rJQ.HN PARk would infirrahis friends th:;t *' I A,l I. 1 p r .'.I...' '-,-1lN b I 1 *'**L.-.. .. *L. .. l It I I .*. i 2 rII .f fii m t'fm%. 1,1..l," ,,I ....-. r.n (Ins CO, N6 -,.rs .nd th .com-
I Co ,m monwealth, and in dist.. t in.i u.ik lo to he h. ni .oro n n oi- ri ( m. ]s1..1 nr n t .1il, .t to p.i.- .. .n .I... .1 i..-. .it'n -1'' .'It t .. I I- I I,. r n 1 1 met, nd ..I:.1. o i ti ,|"1. .I ( apr... B iic un an Vadrt.ireydeng.,
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of WVI retIr e this LilCllant prayvs your Honors, -- -__... t. e. .b l i L l's I..l..' |.l, .,I the. .., -<-i h .. :, L i.. I ,.-- .. ,,rp '.- -.-. -
n- tha .*le many nedivwrcedlfet'e bon ds ob wnati- P' GOF lT EBRSHIPc ral rist wil very curious compa>tivet-atis, on tlite ;1l .:A,.l I. ,, l:Il ',,< lrr,,,1 .\!',r:'. ..ir,n ii q -.tront of Ire -R.hliit -
iave mony sub-isting ., t* ..--41 ,,.....I sqid Joseph Coiartrship of t1 subscriber l.- variations of nulb:icopinion, iln the Uited'States, .of Colonel Gr'rr. 7--?, -, a- o:.:'.> o.m.. f ...I ofl1.e Square, and poinig through the manual ex---
sin Haskcll. An' us 11 du\ L......b .. I. 1 eler pry foreexst ,i 'under tie firm or' JMES PSL.l;. with resnact to constiti-ti>nal..principle, aid on :a. paternal 0 r,-l vt.t.a ie1 -l..: i j.,, that the or- l10" It il IHASKELL. T IR is thisday dissolvedii y .m'ultu. '.onsent. All SClsucessIon of events, which are the natural, 'if not .._I..t-I|,;, thinks it superfluous to add to its course of ,., l,- ) w ..rc r- "eJ in the
Mr. -.. persohs ling'demahids nsainst said firm, are re- "necessary results nf- pare-existigg order ofithirlgS. :'.,,-I ,.| the said application any other rgso. Assembly chamber, which had'been fanciful-
tonll. C, A., .i-. ..', .i ,lassaciusetts. q-uested to present then for pmaymnent; and those "Button those subnjcets tiheditorwill abstain Ifrn ]ttion, than to repeat, on the occasion, tle ly adorned with a great variety of military
Franklin, ss, Suprenie Julicial court, at Grecu- who are indebted to said firn, are requested to making aiy continents : like mudern fabrics amx- 'assurance of its inviolable fidelity to the dy- stands and other ornamIetnltst
end- field, AprillTerm, 1821., make payinmenit to JaxtES POITERt, e.to.tie :s.,usti, inoilnentu .lt *, ...*",** st nasty which the free choice ofthe nation has Most of the officers of Staie and of the U-
uuke 0O, the libel aforesaid, Ordered, that the saidtIJAMPS.nORTewaddiions w.uld injure the ... I.....or-lio e .ed to e 11 ;ad likeiet
Judith, notify the said Juseph thereof, by causing J.O-HN SKINNER, oiginal butter Nothing then must b ex *R ,e. 's- nited States, resilient'in this.cityamon whon
- an attested copv of her said libel and this order WILLI.AM HUD, in this puiblicatiin, but the debates of the conve- srance ,aitfuly to fulfil its duties towards we were hal.py to see the venerable Lieuten-
all l eesteeIIWILIAM'dl btti11t -Swedenfathfulyto fkeep isadt a ies t onewhatvrds to nrhsEceln h oe
ter' thereon, to be iblished threee seeks successively 'OHN (URD. tion, as ihe) Lave been daily rrcollected by tie Sweden, and to keep at a distance whatever ant Governor,his Excellency the Governor
s in in thle Columbian Cenainel, printed it Boston, the Charleetown, Jnme 1, 182l. I kte respectable- Chief Justice Y.vrEls, and copied might disturb the. good understanding with being out of town, had assembled together
oim- last puib'ication to be thirty days at least,' Lbefore the from hlis notes by the late chancellor of the State that kingdom. with the committee of arrangements to ten-
'2rtb temo .tl. .Suprente Juofcarrangemenextttutbe.
t term of the Supreme Judicial Cou t, next to be JAMES. PTORTER of New York, MIr Joun LarNSIN his clleigue The proposal ofthe committee was unani (jer to Maljcr WORaIT, his officers and corps,
or e hole at, Northaton, withi the county of as a elegant to the cnvetn, and both distil- mously adopted by the Storthing, in its sitting the civilities of the city. After the introduce
21 Hampshie, and or 'the counties of Hampshire, n Ibushites a d the puslic, that he sntn aguishedi republicans. To which will tIe nnexed, on the 31st of March. tions had taken place,. and while e the party
'Fr'anklin~aoid ]iumplen',"on the fourth Tuesday of ties business ait thed id staid, and has fbi- sale, a .to Supply the vaennolol ccasioned bvv the departures 'I I
kI nd1m e, efilt'1 general a ssio ent of West India GOODS, nhole- r ,ovoe '. yee.n r w epaPr n rfes tt.
;. Sell'_ember next, thti h e ray then aud(]there gnea. asrtI nn WsSu IG D1whl-).f hoetw e___f`fo-tee wep hoe p--.-- a', r praknt f ei-samntth xel
appea; apd show cause, it" auy heha.ve,wlhy lhe saed retai "I-- tbore its termination, hie genuine information dell- I- tDQ ttJUE 18. Saturday evening Mr. lent band of .mtisc, which ii attached to tlhe3
prayerther;ofSshould not be granted. O [' TICE. "veped to the Legislature of the State o{ tMaryland, Elliston, the princip;I manager and 'lessee af Military Academy, and which is said to be
[H, A.test. E. ALVOID, C1erA. 'FThe Copartnership heretofore existing under .relative to the proceedings of the feder-al cooveu- the Drury Lane theatre, was horsewhipped superior to any one in the United States, en-
g Copy of the libel and order thereon., the firm of SKINNER b 'lURDS, is this day by tion, by M,'. LLat ManRTIN, then a'orlney ge- at the theatre by Mr.-Rodwell, the proprie- livened the scene and animated the company
(4th Att.st, E. ALVOUD, Clerk. mutual consent dissolved.-. All persons having de- neral oif tlha State and one of the delegates in the tor of the Adelphi'Th'eatre in thle Strand, as- with several appropriate national airp.
ni-anuds against said firim,are requested to present said convention ; an extract of the journal' of 4li'e sisted by Mir. O'Callaghan, a performer en- At orie o'clock the company sat down to a
Coinnoniealth of .lassacusetS. them florl payment; and all persons indebted to convention, containing the various plans Of ..l-- :aged at the same theatre. collationprovided in a superior style by Mr. .
Miiddle.ex, ss. To William S. Brooks, of loston, said firm, are requestid to make payment to JOli tntion, presented by the svctal Ste.s, .^ Cruttenddn. he spacious hall atthe en-
in the coulatiy of Suflolk, administrator of thle es- SKINNC, .nd JOHN oUVr. ConstitutionI of tile United .States, with all hea- 'I h spco l thtable
1 tate of Isaac Brook?, late of Medf)rd, 'the JOHN-KINNER, miedments ratified, as at presnt- existing/ RUSSIA AND TURKEY. trance o the Capitol was covered ittae
said county of Middleaex, Esquire, deceased,in- WILLIAM HURD, It is supposed that the work will comirise an Alluding to the late news of the intention sufficient to accommodate 250 guests, and,
S' estate, and to hIeirs at law and editors of said JOHN HURD. ctavo volume of about 350 pages.--The lette of Rsi and Ausria to interfere in theafirs elegantly ornaeted wit a profibn of
deceased, and to all others concerned in said es- hariestowni, .ie 1,1821. press to con respond, as nearly as i,ossibhe, to the of Turkey, the .MLi-ningf C(a.-6icle observes- banners, wreaths of evergreen, inacriptions,
8 tate, GmrIrETiNe. --- journal of tl.c federal convention, as I'ublished by As men and Christians we cannot but hail "-c. During the entertainment the pleasures
HEREAS thesaid administrator tnaspresent- The subscribers would inform their friends and order of Congress. Price- tn, subscribers, hand- the prospect of a termination to the dreadful of the festive board were heightened by in--
10 6 ed flaialowance, to thle Judge of Probate the public, that they will continue the business at somely bound anid letteredl, 62,50." outrages committed by the Turks, and to wish spitpi musi- from the band, and a salute
of wlls andfr granting lettersof administration i thne old st -nd, under the firm iof SKINNER ? --- --- most cordially for the emancipation of the frol' the artillery companies. Soon after
and or the sad icIiont Middlesex, the first ac- HURD, where theyofer tor sale, a generalassort- MR. ADAMS' ADDRESS. Greeks from their ruthless tyrants. We la- the repast was over, at which conviviality was
I count or" his administration up~oti Said e~stste, and also tmeat ofr\w. L ;'uOODS, onl reiso niable teinms. a I'
accounts or~hdis claimsaainst saidestatea-s a cred ntt\l JOHN SKINNER, Almost every paper we receive contains mnent, however, that this good nmust be pur- united with the strictest te-iperanee and de-
iay .itor .theret "' JOHN HIURI). criticisms and comments on this work. In chased by the aggrandizement of a State al- corurnm, the Corps again formed, and were eas.;
en You are therelore hereby cited to appear before Charlestowi, June 1. 18P1. eSw Philadelphia it has found an eulogist ini the ready but too poweifrful. The effect of this courted to their encampment.
I said Judge at a Court of Protate toI be iholden at 'i Editor of' the .'ationa! Gazette; and some interference must be to throw the finttest por. In the course of the afternoon great num-
i Charlestown, in and tiur said county of Middlesex, Leaf Tobacco, Colton, 'C. faint praise has been bestowed upon it in one tion of Europe into the arms of Russia, from bers of ladies and gentlemen visited the
Sn thuthlrdTesdayof'Augustnext, to show cause, OLIVER, BOR]AND & ABBOT, ortwoofthe Viw-Yi'rk papers. But in the whose grasp no power will be afterward able camp; and were highly gratified with the
; if 'any 3 ou have, eititer fin- oratqgai nst tihe s onae Ic I I IrJ b e s m
"T any you have, eamer tedr or against ltle same. I t l 'o. 21, C,:VTBR.dL-Ht.RF, South it has been strangely condemned, stock to wrest it. If the.Greeks are sacred by A-L. discipline, order, and soldier like appearance
IT- ndyou a e aboveiedad.itiscrtator, accord- yi AVE for sale, landing from brig Margaret, and fluke, particularly, in andria and ExASEii, and are to consider themselves as and conduct of their military visitants.
fall inglv are lereby Ordered to serve this citation by .rom New Or.eans, Riichaond.-And as our readers may be de- under Russian protection, Turkey in Europe On Sunday morning the Cadets in a body
are- giving personal notice thereot to .l persons con- 61 hhds. good Kentucky Tobacco, sri-ous to, hear what is said of it in one of thie is atan eind, and ALEXANDERn is Lord of Con- under the command of their offices attended
tr h ee saidcr ert, iisg rlest ys, twleastu trom 5 ,a otoe I, leading democratic papers, we have copied stantinople. A nominal sovereignty may church at St. Peter'.s, where seats had been.
M.. .....1 ..... .--. "'., -'- G... .. utnam 19 livroAew b ea, the following article still be allowed to the Ottomans for a few appropriated for their-accommodation 7ihe
ae 1 u. ..: l.." .i .... ., 1.. ut \... l.ti acco, From the Worcester ,Egis. years,* but Rus&ia will be all tlhe while strik- Rev. Mr. LiACEY preached a sermon well a-
use.... f' g -l ~me ..... ._ l,._.>. -n- .'r.,,-- ,-. : _. i r .g _,L.. ,.L,.. ., ... ....s l. ..,.t~ig* a l -P l' iO I in -" I -.- "'..- hghl. adapted to the occasion, ari. concluded with.
4F"-'. -t r!"'-, ,, ,.,i.hh'. 1ti, 1 17" i i] --_- --- 3{ i'.- v. -" ,; '_ '. t .i i i tn. *ii].I d- hold; dap tothe occasion-I., 'an-d concluded witl
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S days before the said third Tuesday of August; ad ,0bbbs. super, and fine paltimore lHoward- 4i .' ee. 'I," r,'," I....,.,',..,r. clearly allowed .ieuselves to be duped by ed church at the North Dutch, where a ser-
to ,na, due-- -0, "super. and" lie \ I-audiencee"andl i i t'- d "Ji',;..j rod... 'ht ",11 uWUt cla yalo ein L-h tteN rh t :w eeitS t
to make due return hereof with your doings th-re street Flou, i .l n i rl Russia. They are now placed in h most em- monl was preachedby the Rev. Mr. M'AULEY.
it "lt the- p" ,court. ,tree ling effect npou n t.e-eader as 1upon1 tLeiteahew y,
in-, il unto the said court. 300 dlo' do. do. SusquehannAh Flour, e ., ;"il, t .... ...' barrassing situation. They cannot oppose YTestrday some further exercises and pa-
be. I Dated at Framinglan, 1 (wety-sixth day of 100 do. superfine Richmond do. every citizen. As ,iteex ectedv ,s i i- the interference of Russia ; for if they lid, rades were to take place, and arrangements
ti l e J u li e i n at il e y e a r o f ot u r L I d n ie th o u s a n d e i g h t 1 2 t ) d o P e t c r's I u r g n l l s d ...' __. L "c ~ v C t ~ l $ n --.e r e mee xf areg i v i n -ine n.e r a i n m e ntU -
te June te year ouL J e thousand eight do. etrsburg Middlings do. ios are eiertained both of its political and literary all. Europe would cry out against their. Rs- were made fr giving an entertainment of
'in- ndred and '.ter.Fty fe. 500 kegs imaau'ac'uJd 'blacco, various brands, merits. By some itis extravagutly praised, and by sia has arltfull brought tings to the pass music, in the assembly chamber of the capi-
in SAML l. A, J e of rott. somelIold and prime, others severely censured. But the proportion of that she can advance in perfect security to the tol t n the eve iig. This morning was fixed
iar C0 0 h Of ti lSSfrils/SC 6 i lose who. appear pleased toe tiose who are -hdispleas- accomplishment of her designs. No p, wer on as tile time, whatn the Cadets will take
i1%g Commonweai-lth of .4-lassttchitse Its.o' I 100 iqr.hb casks ealnclhoice ~~sSold Lisboa iu \in. th"ew' apa lasdt"hsewoae pes
.ed, is noreh tan tell to one; and along Lite tont. cal now save Turkey from her clutches." up the line of narcl for Boston
lt ,lilecsx, ss T o Sus. Mi .el ot Woburn, i ,lu, .1 we are happv toobserve several for whose jiim-en- 0 Lebanon, Splingfield, Worcester, &c. They
ie t! e county (it Middlesex, late Ssan Chlapp, ad- tile pulstly cnfl.taiin a Illrespe,;, eeay F1 --- A FRENCH -----.----intend Ieturnil- to West Point by the way of
ai;is niisatix of the estate of Jeremiah Clapp, Salt,t Wne. Cotton, Tobacco. 1C. 1 hve n (elorable taste oftr'nw,l ; but to nEel O Tns, tileanll He V O
Late f \Wobnlurn, i the said county of 1iddlesex, )R sale by R. G. SHAW. at 26, Central- style (if thIlls Addvss seems to be setentious an,1l Beautifid Invention. There has lately been Provd en c', New.London, and New-Haven.
x;- Essq. deceased, intestate and to heir's ;.t law, nd l harf,'o00 hhiis St. Ubcs Salt. A vigorous, and with few exceptions, classically pure invented and patented in Paris, an extraordi- They wilt leave Albany w ith thie bestwishes
i. creditors of said deceased, and to all others con- 100 (r. casks Sweet Malaga WNine, and correct; and it is so replete with patriotic teel- nary and delightful Lamp, which is called of' its citizens for eir future distinctions
cer ned il S~aid etate. su an Ree J o N G.o s o .. Ia wr s s v l 1 n e a ti n I a~ H d u efuness and prosperity.
erned iu saidestate. GR;TING. 50 pipes O,d Sitily .do. ang, and presentsso.vivid a picture of the condiliou 1 1Lampe Mechanigte,'" because the oil is rais- usefulness and prosperity.
1. HER EAS the s~dd Susan Reed, has I'es ) I;53hssN`cw. 1Oiias Cult1,'n.7o n noiito u eoe cuty -.*
e ": H tell for allowance, to the ude, asrpe% Colt(, al s d pos ld ets of our beisved country, tOval ,v ed to tihe burner bv i pumnp,which is worked "
ed t ralwacto theJudgeof 200 hlds, prime Kentucky Tabacco. sould thok no one could rise from its e l b ocka From the national Intelligencer, July 21.
rly of Wills and lfor granting letters of admnistrationA .lso-200 bundles Floor Matts, without thanking God that he is an American.- yas t oing" a an a a .aop Laws, ar tiey are ffamwlarly (and nat in-
les in and tor the said county of Middlesex, the second 1000 Coffee Bags,; bitter Orange Pdel, We do not pretend that' it is perfect; we do not fos. th m a an o regulated by a ppropiately) called-by whicl we under.
the account ofher adminimnartion upon s,id estate, Jor-dan Anlmonds, &e. deny that it his blemishes. There are severAl ex- fly T mp raises ore oil than is requi-
e'! You tre therefore hereby cited to'appear before A quantify of Cork Wood, pressions which we believe Mr.Adams would have site ; but the overplus descends again into stand aws suspending the execution of judg-
ale the said Judge, at a Court of P'ok.te,to be holden 20 tons German Clay, for Glass Manutfieturers. aimendIed, if-time had been givn him for crefil the well, so hlalt the light of the lamp is al. ments of the Courts, requiring property or
at Camb.,;.:.- ;.. tn, d for said county of-'1iddlesex, July 21 revision. "*And we confess we should have thought ways thle same, and invariable. The jack is paper to be taken at a valuation, &C. are not -
ins on tlhe I.. I 1e..lay rof August next, 1t shoINw cause, A T R the dignityof the aitlhni better maintained, if the calculated to work the prmp eight .lou's peculiar to our country. The same causes
e a ; it any you have either for or against the saine. BREWER BARRE T & DOR concludingparagraps of the Oration hlad b.e oit- without winding up. Thie lamp is shaped of a stagnation of a business or the pressure
e And y ou the above named administratrix s- A'. 41 CE 'ITL- TH.11ARF, ted. But upon the whole, we think le must be a like an architectural column ; the jack is con- of war seem to have produced, irn the Northl
da- i cordingly are hereby Ordered, to serve this cita- J .VE for sale, oW landingfroin brig Federal- fastidious critic who can find .uclih fault with the called in its base, the pum in its swha{t the of Europe, the same effect as in this country.
osd tio, by giving personal notice thereof to a'l per- G orge, from Baltimnre-1200 bbls. Baltinore ,rtter or the manner." ht t the t adc red wit alobe In a letter from Dantzie, in Prussia, which
sons cn.icerned int said estate, living within ten Howard-street, fine Flour. l.. i te top, a covered itl a goe lishd in Natinal
wie foi tesaideourte fourteen days li lasd sII qtsle OR INIFO M TO r7T oit Iort fqThep aipc sc z aszetewefndlteypubihedfooin tremNatioabl
e. nires fromthesaid cou't, tourtee days at *ast, .li-rom i.brig Eight Sons, fror mAmsterdamn- FORE INF0)lM[ATION ot groul' d g-lass -l'he prce of these lamps has beu le ly pbshed in' hemNatoabl
previous thereto, and notfving'al otllers i,,terc3;Id 15i, Deniijohns; sacks Canary Seed ; gross Harlem r I I -N F M A I 0 14, varies, according to their external decoration, G6azctt'l, we find the following" remarkable
therein, l)y causing a true copy hereofto be insert- O,1; I1 sackpealed Barley. b ut the machinery is the same in all. Sev- pa'Sige :
ted three weeks successively in the public neiwspa- -I STORE- FI.dJVCE. ruRIs, MAr 18, 1821. enty-five. francs is the least for which one calln Our government, to prevent, as they hoped,
per called the Cohlwbian Centinel, published in 100 hhds. N. Oi leans Sugar, good quality ; Russia EX-KING OF SWEDEN. be purchased. ithe utter ruin of the ag, icu!t.e..ists, had, i, lhe .lear
Boston, by Benjamin Russell, the last publication Dick' &c. &c. "I July 1 rt HE eccentric and interesting Ex-King of b p --- 1814, recIurse to a very urbta measure. The
to be at least tourteen days before the said last Sweden, who is now residing att Frank- Court of King's Rench, Di;'n, h ui, e 8. A eIKing ien; tIdecreecalled .he n iidulgence act,
lie Tuesday of August, and to make due return hereof CHl1ISES JND IMRdlNESS. fort, has made arl attempt to obtain an act of case which excited a considerable degree of [e f rclieter ,1 j t no land p oprietor should sIsnwe'
he with your doings therein unto the said court. N ENeV Chaises and : l:arness comnplete,built naturalization as a Nor:-egian citizen; but public interest, was triqd before Mr. Justice siedr i ntem a:Iadbov citn'luTh acutstanow ex-
nr .O ated at Cabeidge, the twnty-tlrdelday t1 of good t' ater-ial, and in the most tfaithtul with what object cannot easily be fathomed. Bun-rox, and a Special Jury. Thle circumn- u nestration, and will be sold by puoleae:
-te ath 'a" forLord doeil j1usand aeofeednightO a er noe pl
2th J tto ne os r, art offered o said, at ve ry modleurate pri- It is known, that the Swedish and Norwegian stances were these :--Richard Davis, a young tion, as the occupier's have'no means of satisfying
has dredsUaid (twenltv-ne. AY, J. aeaes, lo aShor approved crdit vieW the nations, though united under one crow, are gentleman, of most respectable connexions illn their c-dit.rs een fr interest; no more being de.
n, I .. .. rv-street. 9sp July 21 yet independent of each other, for all lucal this countryenlisted as a common soldier mand,.d fthem.
in,. Essex, ss. A a Court of Probate and municipal purposes; and f corse, can some years ago, in consequence of disputes Suen, we painfully apprehend, must be in
ot ldnat l.....'.. : .,. n.l- r said cuny, on CHILD & DANA, grant acts of naturalization independent of with. his family. Hie married, and while he this country, asin Prussia, the inevitable ca-
,' tlh hirdi T....'., ...l..,l \. D. 1821. No I *M. I,' '),11.A-STI'EET, each other. But it appears that the reigning was doing duty in London ats a private in the tastopie of tihe series of disastrous measures
h" 6-'N theI pesltion'ofNehemiah Knowlton, edmin .AVE for sale-Iu0 bils. Hloward-stret fine King of Sweden (U-iaynoTr.) considered guards, Ills wife was delivered of :' daughter, which Hfave followed each other in quicksuc-
'is -' 4 1 istrator ofn the estate or George Par.ans, late l't..ur; 35 do. superior H. S. do.; 1701 gallons this application ufthe Ex-King (whose tray- who was christened Theresa Davis. Some cession, in some parts of the Union.
ith onf Gloucester, in said county, lsherman, decca ed, N. E. Ruin ; 10 hlids. Vinegar; 20 boxes Sicily selling name is that of Colonel GUSTAersox)- time after the birth of this cild, thle father .-
lt '"' I': ";, that the debts against the estate Lemons; Pataeni Cuffce ll.misters. July '1 as, if granted, calculated to create diliculties was killed at the natIle ,f ;Vaterloi, and i An .nglishmrr- .tle.name o0 Coc-.- ,.n ...
n. -.-l, mount to one hundred ninerv- b d -ef 01)'1'has reached Irkutsk on foot, -oiriTio-1rout to
l i ".....i. ..bt- a cent to one hudred i e tv- T"IlB V' lJRrl between the two nations, and therefre p- consequence ofthe deceaae of some relations, A ba recabed trk tsk hnfot romontory ot
1e- person d estate, endl praying ttst, m no vhe duly enal- .JD C.1ATOB CR.4NPES. posed it.. The followingaretheprooceeings the little Theresa, though born under suchi Asia. On the 13Nh of September last, oye
, pIwercd, anld llicense(dl to sell so much of the ileal irENJAMIN S\ Er'.TI R lhas just received Whichi took place on the subject* adverse circumstances, became heir at law to ad travelled 8O versts in 123 days entire-
*- Estate of said deceased, s allbe necessary f an invoice of satin R ONS, ankin and ,THE PETIF ION, an estate of two thousand pouv.nds a year. Ier a t He sleeps in the open air, and
e-. I payment of debts with incidental chargesr:- fr "Lo IoA iES, 8-4 Merino SAWLS,iu ad After an introduction, proceeds :- claim, however, was impeached by the hus- y.os tle thinnest clothing.
ed Ordered, that the firt Tuesday in Atugust next, 4-4 HAN DKFb. which lh.nffyrs for sale at No. If pure intentions, n loyal life, and tranquil bands of her two aunts, (thle sisters of her s the architect is preparing a de-
its ten of thle clock before noonr., be aIssigned as the i, Court-ltrct, nit the lowest lerms obr-casl. resignation under change of fortune have been father) who alleged that she was a supposi- f l t l Stte Prisons or
rs- thinefor considering said petitio:, ata Conrt or; Pro- ....so, on hinid... lilltherto 'my comolbr, the'y new constitute my tious chill ; and it was upon this issue that scription of ll the principal State Prisons or
Iu- fi::te then to1beholden at Ipswich, in said county, hlunilation Indiatnd other Briltish and American upe, that my hunible request of naturalization as the trial took place yesterday. Several wit- pe:iteltiaris, of te United States ner-
''l and tliat said administrator give notice to all per- Muslins, Shirlings a Norwegian citizen, in ie nihtlry service o the essesh cme or fro n id were ica. I'he workwill beillustratedwithplar.
nod ron interested, by causing an attested copy of this Thr,,d F..ine. Co.ttInlum Th e ad Hlose Stae, win be granted. A Swede by birth,I have n eand views of those eitlablishllmetts, in Massa-
te- order tl be publishnd three weeks successively I ,,.,,,l ,;, ",.. L ornHnns been separated fiom Sweden by the disposition of examilned on behalf of the child, and the tes- c .usets, Ca-nnecticut, New-York, New Jer-
beore Aaid time, in lite Columbian Centine, prn- limitics an licoes, Parasols, fate ; but 1 have acquired Lithe privileges of a citi- tinon) established her legitimacy in so full Pnnsylvani, Marlani, and Virginia,
hle ted in Joston, lhat they may be present and shew Fuwitu., Pahes, WVhite Countcrpancs, zon in a cty (if Switzerland, called Basle. My and salisfiactory a manner, that counsel on s, Pen vsyh'. a y Mr., B. in the rnear,
tee cause, if auy they Iave, -.iy the prayer of saui Silk H[s. tud g Hose, Cotton Comlurters, fortune may amount to about 30,00) guilders, b,,th sides agreed it was unnecessary to pro- 1813 and 1819.-.Ac1t. G .zelte.
petition should not he granted. Silk and Kid (;ihvcs, Droadelothi, Separated tf'om my wife and children, I have but long the investigation ; and th,, jury return- 1
DAN1IErL A. WHITE,'J. of Probate. Cassi eve, Silk and ,atinets, &e. one natural son to'provide fin'. d a.verdGOt, "T at Thlers;i Da!vis is the Ie-a..on.lonre.
Ao tr'tc copy of record, Attest, C! up Sha^ ul, C5 v ,ul'y 14 G. A. GUSTA -vSON. gitimate daughter of Richard and E.'idg cet .,Fromf the "", York dG tina Tl, ocate
io NATH. LORD, Jr. Register. Frankfort on the Maine, Jan. i2, 18'21." Davis." Chilh acknowledged by the British.-lt will
the,, ,,r 'I ^ *I IS h r y gie, tl a th1 .. erino Sh~a wx s, ,-fserf 's and. ltd~kfS. h ,a o e r o e tw sta s ite v t e',- ^ -- be se cu by t iento l~l wnv. lette r add ,'essed b y"
, ,N D The, above request wa Nson.ie to r --- B s cit bAILSy the "" mf loteerai by
ar[l trator to de estate of Ao. 9, ,. iL,3OI O'-STHEIT, his instructions, who gave thefollowingreply. ses, captured on the coast of Peru by Lorde
vith PETER WILDER, [UP ,.STre Trur ..In )aUTH.J] His Majesty recogn.sesthe locally Bl the inteln- "EW-YORIK. AinoXr, .rt'y 24.1, 3.821. Cotan.'s squadron, that the British minis-
and late of gingham in tile county of" Plrontb, AS mt rclvd cartoons t t l i (j t t te have tocknowled tte government
dil mariner, deceased, and h~as taken upon himself tlat I 7:(, 8-; 10 caton v"ho:e1 Merino an tiou o ^th a/ Ki' g Gustavus, Ad;"c,i. llus; but VII of T;adet CAonI)I;TS. tl tel- cnihate part oide tlh e letter nmehinit is

ao sons therfore having demands upon the estateoftb She wls '; 6 !to. Hdkfs.; I ease elegant figu'ed ara o u h orewihtede a opuse tr cdm tWs onaonid ad htCpDwk rasteCiil
p.f u t o ut^^ t h e ", ( b e d i t h as; p u 's u e T i t a r v A c a d e m y a t W e s t P 'uo t ,a m o m t i ro g a^ d t h at c ~ p t D -w s t r e a t s t h e L h i l i a rn
ish1- said Peter Wilder, averequircd toexhibitlhcsnme ph rd Garni'ure Rlbb.,s; I case Lus1ring and P te,|ia a ,cordance will, his compact, reposes to unwards of 200 in number, under thel corn- s.uat.dson as enemies, and seizes the Ameri.
ly; and al! persons inldcbted to the said estate, are call- Sattin Ribbons ; I case 4`4 buff Cambrick P'rints ; on hlie fundamental principle, taught hly nature lIr- mand of Major Wo roT, embarked on board can veSSels which they may have captured, is
ges' cd upon to make payment to a 101w 'e"eant Meno, Snorts, 6)-4 by 1t-4 Italian sell .1 never to deviate in "nuv nianne'r foum the tlhe steam boats Richmond :rnd Fire-Ply, .n in opposition to what Capt. DOWNES himself
her' Ef3EN. GAY, .8dm'r. Crapes ,f :ll colors; black and white Silk Hose; true meaning and intern ion ol'a compact." Friday last at 3 o'clock, and arih ed in this ba., written to our government, and not sup.
IlT In'i 'hom, .Jy I1; 18Id. i I lose ard (;ioves; 1 case r reneh l eavee The peninsula o(f Sen~dinevia frrn.s a clhohr or nitv on Saturday morning. tPu'sa.nt to the ported by any accountsof recaptures that we
,, -.,,and lMd'(Sloven; assannc~wwle,.laad liaf t <.kls ), whc al h pt ,'ir u,,itel foe the d.,-f,.ncr., llhe. pt,,ee.1ing~s of a committee, who were ap-] have obscr\'*d inl anly of o'11" ioui'nals
ar CoOK WA.NL/ TED witll borders ; 4 cases 8-4 plinl ail bordered gry, dth, h arfe ,co ,y. The nuIn.:r- proceed i. r th o 's o n cimn,. w .rep- "PHi s.rv"d ship Anyro*ur autnsls. ,
'21 -ANTED, iu a gentleman's thmily, a epa- Cuaunnere Sh.awl., all c,,.nrs ; z2, n d;zea 1nglisih ou i^ a i .r idud^^ ^l^ s i 3 pointed tor tle purpose ot makni prepara- ., His idj.,y->slnpAmi,.uaca.offCalao.Jan.8,1821.
W ble won;Hs to do plain cooking and other hnitin'in, of haw S'lk Shawlws and Scarfs; lE.,,glish .!ole, fel s t e i. d ih, h c.ss of m uitl a is tio s to receive the Cadlets iin style hccom- ,. ,.:l, .....i.. el 1.... to aektnowlcdg., the re-
ing house work. One wlno can come well reconnmend- and India tllov, Nankins ; white a,,d colored oing the hospitalityy y, ,
un ed, may apply at.the Centinel Counting Room. Je'us ; ;hroadlcl.,h, Cassi:meres and Wo,,llinctsE; "Tim seeuritv of social oedorb the ,.*uaranter of mitten of five met MAjOr\ WolrER several re5ies tlt"t tlrit h.ua r;cluebd me ;and 1 bave to innormt
- July `2 200 groce Pearl 1utlons,&e. July s thl e right of property and ether.etr',ct which tuy below the city, and apprised :inm of tbe at'- yon, f,.> i;su a,a m ]pOsssaof any fac


444 .+" ---" -
j NW'rrdi.'al Prize Questions.
S nol tunt ,meeting of the Jfo',dston i ledi
\ i mitee of Hwvard Collee, will be hI
i'ni 111oa ll place, on tlhe first W'N DNESDAY
A' i;ext, being tlle first day of the Inonlth.
l 4 a P. or-the adjudicatinn of intdtA
I mp ',n J. G. COIFFIN, ec'y
: .745 "3sp
4 0catio nf the Episcopal Churt
I ,) ,\ P..i... .1, ilA R. P. & C. W1
1 1-. \ M, -, t ..... ,. i-... i...
i 4p)'. f, I. ;. I 11. '.W : 7 TT'S Serm
\ I'r ...i,..-'s L ,'. .. n lie Pratest
I I|,., ,l iCh l i. l Iili t.. !ly appeared
Stil ri rul n Il ..:,ip- -r II,, .. .. .1 subs:quen
a n e'B It" ,'r, l | i ....... ... '. which it ;s
t -ipi t.j i ll.t '_ I 1 I -n the char
nA\ h.. 1, ....' ..i" ..i IJiI q.paha .
t '*,, itan', ,T ,ll Irl,,I, h, I,. I,,f -".." -'.
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I l ,'S :ul,., .-bcui %, ,r .r I.. ... sessionn
I L. li .,ih. ill, R n 1 .. .,tI. of any nu
h, .3 .. r n,, t.i un, ..A i,, l o( ....I wish to hI
LI rI .I t ,l .r.n.,no I ..! i .. i an agentt i
ton fi)0m NewYork, who will attend to the
ocda if any who may pleaseto leave them with
O: 30i.LOUDON,'Tailor, 13riattle-square, l.os,
eJ ii )' -
; tl ,' sr ..J.-11 s :i4 lR as above, will bealte
eR F.. T'i .r i, ..i,.'arsa, arc requested to ni
iay'.enlt. oeptI July 1
M TURNER'S second Quar
Rit. e I..rr.,... .. f Masters aind M isses
S lie .ec-. i..1l,'li.-..r of Dancing, will c
,r-n ..n. ril!t(.n[i \ln .P'TERNOON,the 2
i-bit. ai the Roomin over Mr. Cotton's ,ook St,
No. t4, Marlborough-street. JulY '2
S.c1it0i-y for Young Ladies
+ | IN LIlAIJtLESTOVSN,(N.fias-.)
.MISS TUTTLE &- MISS SMITH
IT IOP I.'i1- Ir commence a School fin Yo
4 ...li. i >,r..I Misses,. in Churlestown, on
fir .1 A i tr,.- ..I April next.
: TERMS PER Q"IAITEP,
ftialing, Writirig, Spelling, Geography, and
.In S.-' i : -I
!I l1i Gr tnii,-'., Arithmedc, and Compo-
/l011 .- - -
^ 1 INCLUDING THE ABOVE,
H'l'- h y. Ilhitl.rie, and Drawing Maps,
L,T, C heni.try, the Latin and French Lan-
-a*igc '- -
Rfi,,. Pte n,)I i. y be had to -
; -r ."-- H ATWAIIIn, Esq. Charlestown,
or lIr. AnBt R Punris, Boston.,
4A'ipliention for adlmissioninto the School, l
be It,, with either of tlhe above named Gentlem
^fireh'a 3tf
S ACADEMY,
RJ1, D9rBER.....,,ORT11 P.MRISI.
i'. ` ,m ...is i ,, !. .1 itn.,, i,.i:. M R. PU
N .\1 '~. 5 1'.".I.l, :.,l tle c...-.i,...,',.*nent ot
I -. ei, 4. T I..: ]r .... ;. li,., ...llo. 0-0. I
,-r -h ^ ~-P."' Pi_:;.de,',tl.;,,lIlj...l I..- Dr. W iV
SP, .f- r .l '.,.b,,, il..,I.,hn Pick
S-->( i h i ru.0 :r ".. i.t r,; Rev. N
i .I.rn.J i, i '. *. '.=,. .,I.I... Loring.Is
.' -ft,. ,l n,,1" .' ,.t tMA. .. .
.(,'.. !','- '"
vy :," .\ P ..',, 1 i 1h
I S STR T 11) N.
*^ il^ 1 I 1 AR\" 1 1 .,I0i' ....r..' etfully
11 .,r.., Z ih,. ..t.i,,r, i .'. imposes to
.i T. ,,, ..I i\. '2 1 1. :r l,. 1 l devote
to. **. ,. I r ',. .. : ....... .. to theC
S .- .r., .", i -i .. r, .. ,.; L adies
l, I' ,-, ,, l ii .l .. l .._,, P artiCeU
:-,. < *-*r .n '.-i ,,,. ,I i | ,,** I r,-, perlbe il
,,..,mpositio
I ; I po i
i,,' "iu,': ;,, ,.,::,.l For terms, apply at No. '
.':--'.l',l. F. SA.LTS:--An.TB BI
lif', I o f.p Boston,.Juy 7,1821
PROVIDENCE ACADEMY,
") DUCT'ED Iy Miss CA LmItn, is establish
I l i the spacious and elegant mansion fO:'rme
r, 1i by Samuel Snow, Esq. one ard a half 'mi
wctifrom Wevybosset bridge. and is reIly for t
reception .of young Ladies, who will ibe instruct
;, .;ti le branches taught in the principal Femn
Ae tlOL., .. '-in New Eng9anl.
pi Calder trusts that lie"r onst'nlt exertion
f[-i'. improvev'ent of lher pupils, will ensure
coXinuance qfthe liberal patronage, with whi
sh has beenlavored ; fotr particular recummen(
ti ls l r-rs tn the following gentlemen, whi
fa ',Samve bee,. played under her care :--
i'AM URGES, Esq. Providence
*m,".1 1. BRIDGHAM, Esq.
-ENRY A. S. DEARBORN, Esq. Boston.
/ Irvidence, R. L May 7, 1821.
'2 l'1tf
A CARD
R. WI7TALE, prorf:ssor and teacher of t
V .rt of Dancing, las thie honor to inform t
I..' i and Gentlemen of B3'ston, that his summit
quanterwiteommence on THURSDAY thle 12
jnstalt-, t CGncert [-1 Il.
,Flom the Riteral patronage which Mr. VW.
received from many ot tlhe first families in tow
he flatters l1iinelf, that his mode of instruct
and'ttCntion tothe duties of his school hIs 1
lihcr overlookei t He again lakes the liberty
i',,r. "-_;'r .; '4 '.ii ,r ,,..uand guardians, thln l
.1-'. ", .i ." l. i... ,n "r.,,,1 finished unduler the min
a.eeomplishicd lagtcrsi:n London an i Paris ; A
M es.r;. .l.'1. i.!, 1 ..;'Ville, Le M ercier, Didel
c.- k !1.. l -, :..: for private teaching, ai
soeit) I,,.U.. 1.. X4. bas since <-vwoted hin
selfothe perelctcing his pupils in the (rase, e
'uve-*n l dignity, necessary for tle Hall Roo
.1 .." I,.1 of.the iulxity of jestare sometimes nppe
talurng to tlh'e stage. I .
IVr; W. is happy to find, that the much admnii
Sobtitish Dantcing introduced by Wimn, receives
clue iareof apcrobation. His quarter t.i M
Fo- ted's Academy, lreeds-hill, Clh'--lestown, co
Irnliceda ftew ilys i,,ce, whlre he will be plcas
t1 "1-eir'le tie ptillronage ef those parents a
g,. i;.,, 1.0 mavyhonor him with their count
:nC t.
lor.,: .10 per quarter, 53 entrance, paya
i ,: I1 .heC I.. tttose pupils 1:ho have notL Ix
pr-t riously taught. eplw July'l I
For Sale--a great bargain.
Tk, most pleasant, healthy and romana'c 'ittilt
: \.-.', on Cojnnecticvtt rVfer.
1BtlIAT clc "nt Seat at Beltows Falls, l;ate
ff'res'Kdenee (ot F. W'A. Geyer, Esq. deeeas
S n, -i... ridge. T he it ..H -..;-I..-.... large a
e. 6iniodioisBarns and.Out-houses, tn ethir w
..' thiwbole etate n complete reir; ,:ii never
/: h' iuieW( and aqueduct ; a ery extensive Gardeni,
i, ''ab~lt tlve.to tcro acres Land; togctller wilhi I
p ;ileges. The premises are very suitable for
A"... ,,',. H ,*..i ,r a. M anufacturing Estali
rlut.,, t." 1 t. .,.conmmodation on'a large fi i
a''.i,.dl in ih, ... mityy offiur flourishing vlia;
;-, l 'il1-, i.; c., well known tn require furt
de't-iption. gotr terms nf sace, inquire of IR.
TUiOKI'R of 13ostou Executor, H. D. &
siOGWICK, Counsellors at Law, New-York
N:Til'L T'JCKl-;R1, on the premises. 2m J,
-*,, .VS1ESA'S
+',gr ANTE,), a good second hand ('dun
Alf RoomDesk.. ,Apl;l atll c ientinel Con
;n"Roai July
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"892) M.O N BOSTON, (Alassachusetts,' SATURDAY MORN G.JlY 28, 1821. ii, d -- v^^12A

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oi 0,"',' ot ",i-.i,:; ,t-' ,,, s -., -- e;,,.o;,es.r',AIxl ish, and the American troops landed, and manyofusenjoy itsblessing,withhardly athhoght l or m naming to one ort tae geinueeai a pse
,." ',"'a, h 1 l il .h,, i',v squ:, i,m) t ibe marched immediately to the fort. At four of its existence. And this is the perfection offrec- men of the marble forwarded by M)ior Kirby.
C '/'-.tor' g u Iti,' .tiujela.. shlam c'cain clock, the Spaniah troops marched out, and don-. e owe all this to the power ofthoseLawa am nriot particularly acquainted i Cliarlestown, ani,
itotv I.hBat v'r nt;undieand, tt as my t Ameritoop mawi-The Span hich Religion writes on our hearts ;,-hieh u- ah less so with'the plover adlt'ess of these gben
iT i,'-:.L. itoul nit tthS t m th Ameri.troopsmarchedin.-TheSpai- nie and concentrate public opinion agiist inj us tlemen.
r,'u-c t -.er e nr l p nattitifal V. explicit if orl il ig ish flag wais' then struck, and tn h Americai sic eatnd opppression : whii spread a so',i ife- "Our t smateiils'will enable us to adapt th6s stz
r' u' i, l'J t ri utez Nutr -east-ea fo w a C-tls flaga n waso left flying' quty and god will throughthe comi.initv.. Thus s -and style to lhe wish of employers The quality
o."co t, o: t' ont hbe a d cl o'rntiun of hostiltiesoi Capt. BB tl. received the Surrender of St. ReligIon is >heSoA t of Freedom ; and nno action ut.- ol marble will l te equal to thie sampletpresenled-
S' i e t..' nst the c rhii.la.a 6t.inent, who as a Augustine, in the absence of Col. BUTLEB, der leaven has such an interest in it as ourselves.'" Its %hiteness is unrivaled ; and tile property o
r* "i, .ei t o'er, l i.av 1 i to detail an si.s- who was designated to receive it. retaining its polish in the vicinity of the ocean, o
pect-l ppertvn allhuo under a neutral flag; The people of St. Augustine appeared to BOSTON, t osphe, s superior any Italin atile.
and rn inttemit to take t away by force would, be ell pleased with the change of govern- SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1821. feet We shllbyabletotrsh a btTeddi of 6 to
ocoting to thIe Lo. s on.f itions, c3.d-em it in ment. --- -ti ht ier lem'e onaecoue t of getting the materials. o
tots prin ize. SPANISH PROCLAMATION, A EUROPEAN AFFAIRS. thpurest kind, as s ee it .tt aaltil.-
SI am pr to yo lar in etioning otherwise cxrcumt By Clonel JOSEPH CROPPINGER, Govern. An Arrival at Both from Lerpoolhas furnished the Erected on a proper base, andi sirmouned with rap
*oncre tio you, as you might otherwisohd'nle ex e or of East-Florida. ([TrANSLATroN.] latest Londo., advices. and.column,,of Corinthia,tor Doric o'der, its ap.
loure thn I, or any othfficer I shud proteto On the I1th inst. ptoseasioi of this province will -TThe British Parlialient continued is e pearance woudl be in proportion to'the altitude
aircoti|slish In te mean time Isall protest sa be given to Crl. Rolt. Butler, the Commander le- session, and a motion that England should aid decorations. The internal body of the coi-
eigno"t toC i i foradluie nt2 I sba I gay theorized y the U. States. The Spaqish again interfere in Cont'nental affairs, was l.st umn will be of freestoone,or marble of less delicate
dI"' ubatAnd, b abke l Officers- and Troops will' therefore evac ate sa in the Commons by a of more than whitenss but as this wil be ettirel concealed



do .. .. ..- ... sid Province. As soon as the delivery is effected, between the Turks and Greek Chistians: legends, and appropriate decorations, as well s in
li'Pt e- (ii-glnt. sw. anon, arrived at Bath, London the Spanish authority, in the exercise of its func But nothing even fsemi-o'cial had appeared giving counted pcte andtourreny t the undertaking.
dates to June 2tst, three davs latest.] tions, will cease, and the Ameerican 3ommece.' on the subject ; and thei reportedterm-and We propose opening a subscription in the course to
-- o-IP.' ... Ot U I is my duty to inherrn you of this important imWah positions which made the tophes of mhan the season, to dyefray tihe expense tof erection. In
HO USE Or CO tldnOS,JV.uan i0. change. I have already stated to you the stipula- rising i'aphr b ware m to m...outsrfe the mean time shall select the malernals, that there
R.HUTCHINSON moved, atanhum- ion madn the by our govern to secure to yo t Roal e ar- nteed be no delay when te worto mak e is ommencred
ble address be presented to hirs antie free exercise of the O atholic anetigio there posses- in the lvely imaginations bu the Palls ai.Lon- "A s ort nos ich it s intended, ill be mo d e bytosed
L .TEs Ii to interfere for the rro sion of Cour mmiroert and lor the ...delivery of that dou .newsmongers a nd.sutoc-jobbers. It was undertaking will direct the public mind to the ob-
ty, 01-St-es E.m ..... e a- the treaty guarantees: e I have also ,l ..ected, b you of a nmitted, that Russia had a powerful, veteran jegt in view, and prepare taem tr an honorable
dte atestoJte mi tothe dasli iteon'.e ta o the privlegesard protection offered by ourgovern- armt on the Turkish bonetr; bpt .there was a expression of tieir patriotism. Should there ie

to remonstrate wit te Allied onars on meant to all those who may wish to emngrate to any no appearance, that' it hd any other object found encouragementsuficient, the work will pro-
the line of conduct they ad avowed a the If the Spanish dominions, and particularly the Is- in its situation, than thatof observation; and gress without delay.,
rue of ther conduct support o hmo l0change. I have area te it was known, that this arm a part of the ith every testimony of respect, w are the
tont, Mr. H. tooke a view ot t e events wince I now cease to teommatli,-but shal remain wit he livel- imaginations frce-thue Parisian.a Lon- Aublies humble servan ts, r k i
have occurred since 1792, ante the con-r t ,ou t he limitedimefor the fallientiof some par. at the cnea est rate e .. ". e BANK t w.HELPS.
ofthe overmentoflnglandwithrear o ticularsofmycmiion, resolutionsgex, will dect te ublic ind t the o-
those events, whch e sa, y justified tretguaranceive Ihave ulsot)i u nouof admitted, ,that Russia h ai vteranrjet in "ie FANUEIL-IIALL.
to l ane ofstcoti t the Alowednarchen m ent to all those who Mae wish toemg ua: te ta iy no appearance that it d any otheSir IA object CoI fond, e trg Sc r rtsufficint, the irk witt iro-
rea n interference wou'd be as portofcious as it u(a regard you are entied to. with true Yiownkee s punk, was in favor of th.de- Wd in accordance with the sentestimony of rep e nts ofe


was unnecessary t -the Allied Sovereigns 'lodians dYou are now goig to give a pioof c laring' war against every power which co- many of the inhabitants, commenced relpair-
have no improper designs respect1792, and the ani- of rvtirtiesht obeyinghis'lajesty'scomnands. tntedthe Slave Trade, and1ornamenting that Cradle" of oLr,
nor powveres. o i With.jhis orange may all thevioisstitudes that cir- er sl eil tifes snd independence. And among
SirROBER events, Wich, he said, supported the m e- umstanceshave made yousuffer wih such heroic prices ativepool e20. Rie, AmSsd; the imrepor.,,tantimrovements have caused

tion. The House divided resignation,cease. As a witness of my desire, and flaxseed 42 n 49s; lar, bbl. 14sd; turpentine, a niche to be cut into the wall to despite
iorthe motion 8 aro iof heserics o vouihavc nmaetoyour oeun- wstia lOse a13 ; rlsin 7s9 d f t a s i ae-s that t te Jf1 A o s-
l'to A rU, tlr - -17 C t9- O.,hD o t,., I shall, as alwayshaveaonue, bear testhmony 42all sta'4s, pearl1'a cotton Ge: d a teBust was extremely gratified,s:




TMr. BAxroN mbved for copies of all comr o f aithose lw am ppIe;ied of, who a n requireit. 'ld N Orleas 8 anlse; isea island lsh a wherewe hopeitmay remlal for.future ages,
',unicarion to government from India" on I flatter myself ainh the idea you will be happy ls9d; tobacco,James river leaf3da Sdf; stemmed to remind a grateful posterity, of the power-
posed thicetm o unt whtih is iatne vs.ce wti sh o" ,a 6I ; Kenttucky leao f n da i' ul effects of his eloquence, in the cause of
an intterference waitl d be as officious 'as at eu at plaega d y ou r estito adwtnmh









tiertt ienle Ah nert dean pu St ,tpr oof 1o Aling to oa pa "he British Captain il ntre o coe nd I epirt -
nor ,poe l s. Viti sha.ge may all the vciu ssitudoes that ir- io and ertie a tind thptoe n Certd tato i




Srf BERTt. Let t ro t S o. He cot has veena receovd. Gen. JACKSO.N WaS ut Do s Cduct is j,,ife i- be suspended. Some are of opinion thg
Se es ol e other civil officers arrive. uh heroic esI t i ut. Rice, Am. sd; other i otant provements, h ansed
ion. 'therRousediviuhed :- resiginationceadse.eAssaswitusess oiaruy desiree, stud inea-seetl420n4.Se Lair, bbl. 14sld turpenitne, a niche to be cut into tte wall, to deposit







For t Cirleson, t at 47 days befre, B t tCap LwtIS, froifim the River of Plate, in- rct, lOs aIbrosin79da2 es, loot ubt, tore then A n n
was so seriously i at St. Helena, that his life o s t at about the 20th e]May. a bat testimony 42 a 43 hadMECANIC PREMtUMS a doastowhf h e e at
Mr. BAXTON n ed, fer copijesofhad ad- been ll coht near Santa Fee, in La Platty r'equie it. J o N. Ouheans ath ; sea 'island i-3da where e we ope it may e t, in witnessin- -,
dresseationoe lettgoverment, from India, I flatter yselfips under the new y Governor of that t ohey are enabled by liber cnriver leafnr an'm nda;ramentful poterity, of te polver
demanding a proper place for her acc.el s ue e- l r es, and Gen. Aimu in which but their Mecanf e 2 llow-citins, fl ectsta eloquence, in t Ie cause of
dtt etminste-Ha iand the dAbbey, the latter was totally defeated wi t passage in tBritis thctr the le of tse ceig I noticed a
ver tha hosrnaetion. i........ ie .e ternhlfl eptroicatedn n Mechnncss r aptain -, .
tnbly place amon other membe f 400 men the res o his ary dispersin rs letter, in r a rv- large, handsome gil the wort kanhip of Aerican PREM h it is
sthe toyal Famil Markets deirll-iproduce scarce. Apprentices (w h o have fulfilled their eagh A resolution was passed by,.re the Lgisla-o
vOfre at retain arte. tters foy Stern REMAINS 0 r Ai' JOR .ANDREs, n Caitf. Dws co duct isstified- e S, o is



leaigh o e in 25the Cabinet. [Ih vbee ancies of The Dukeof York.in compliance with structions forkm -Preference vv Departm given. (atll i 'amenat shold be obtained ather Pexpence,
S d the old iumbeent is theliible to a re. questions of e Bitish Consul in thcity other thng beco eingequal) to the workmanship off by a votemm of vee town ; other, thl t it






ewato erisouy ia S e nas ordered him, to cause h het remains of the A e e Journeymen ; and of t bestpla faPeoitetiarytoe
but had not entie covered. c late Maor to be disintered, and.sent Journeymen ship before busters. These Prm- oeted beatNewOreby s, or vivtesubcity, to be; and
GRECIAN INSURREC d to be buried i us will be p atd himor preself frnt at the TRI-. bethoud depend one the 1st of January next.













Tr, r ,n,, J IUNE 9. le pinc- ,palit o Of estminster Abbey, teear the monumentalong E- c AL CEEAsc RATION of tah e Association -, ,
Modaa and Wallachipoe a are a-prey to com,- nc. _. erected to his memAory, sact nofjus- w bon ue first Thursday t(the 4th) of October n. Cr i AU r STOlIbAl
S w e think, effecally contreti dc tic' to tRK.e mezoof a gallon, JULt 25. conceived t be aniItgal detenio, was pvebenhe roo-














concel tetir hated ofeach oterand t Ab the t attercias tould nt te e los Fl SHIPSr BOATS-chne best mod- sal of this gentleman to ascend with hia Bal
toret n consequences are aticipated from theseaJ- Battle nei Buens. t elled ndfrom recapture. czedollars.s, who mig s be di ned to make wn,
rivalry. In tha e mean time the approachdays of bef reB Capt, L wisto the River of Plate, ih giftbest i o ars.e is, metthe cordi concurece of u-




Ithe Turks continues successful.t We very blatis life foms, that abot th to e 2tlay, a battle had MECHANIC 1 feet longumS eithe h our citizen. We vhose cu L af.rid vsnre
hav resa medo iGovernment softhe fh Dasoracnsetts probation Mr ., Uhosed t hyet anisouncedd







them. qeAn attempt has been m ae to sti t marStial who inaned hin.,a 1 "b to vthe pleasurlc the and delight, i n witnessing theany
mate the number of he reks who have h ats ofIsc e FoRiiNG SADLES -eitherfod r Ladies of the arrangements of his ascension. He
been massacred by the Turks throughout -eesp r o r Gentlemen.-For theof th te n e l betma, ae i barely int ima.ed that he is arrived here







the Ottoman.ding Empire. p The victims are saidcc -iei lo aidGen.ALie in which button of their Mercao the second best, I with the hope of akinone, and to enable
to iexced 40,000 ptersons. Qth.- bey, the lattein was totally d efeated with the TENdolars. Asany of the aterials as s to comprehend in part the nature a
atthere t to b e estimate, an c- pratiable to be f American production. practicability of hi deign, e has advertise








tontaofly a place arnof T herks massaredmby the s r400men the rest of lheis araye dispaaersing. [ Cmtt'ei s rA S and PAxo his Balloon and apparatus N.for general ei-
iGres atd the olad unctherest, before the a t suggestions o plhe Brtish Consu tal b e ts city, ter e eual) tworkmanse bition. They may oe seen at the Wshing-


of sail has pasSed tin Dardava heli fle, destined s t war to EnglaendC, to be bnou toi n s will be p aid or presented at the do not esitaeo t o pronounce them as obext.
for thedsea, ofs ,. r. It ost seven es o estminster Abbey, er thie monuCo a eni.eTsJlong E ts of curisty EIRAell worthy the attention Af










J.sunk by the Turkish batteries- moginancinity, ycrmtedi a sa A sia O cl n as Ts to f e e n e ao
Mo--davia and Wallacnta are a -prey to co am-since erected to his memrry Tins act ofj-ll- ot thte first -uresday '(the 4th) of' October 'aIh CreL Cro a cension. *A











pulete ana rehlr r .ensiv, uth the pric a l me aibsetth meory of a gallon ani utofo' bensstn s e le sE t Fo r. GdsE g ASCsIduaI N ha.
nfcontGr a. E Imature p dissolution. If the d aoe tiin emt tc are hi, ntla ed tla the maesen-so lo '- and LvEr 'e wtoIt on t ee b o t splendid and inter-
reNortis true, that the Turks have penetrat- m e n embepepeabet sre SIt' T.For the best settm F- sal of this entalemas ever be asnd we are not a











cd tor and taken Bucharest, [thie capital-of he ntive coy sv, g nd receive thse hon s selled'nd made Bor te scnd bFIVE dollars loos from some 'pho wouldic eminence im tow', ei
Wallachia, andH..Q of the Insurgency] the i battlet wounaveeen e b tyan pay Po the scond bT, l. H s r thes by open opposition or the want of ad
























contest tust be nearly at an end,-excepting si the unfortunate victim of its own rolis c ct on fst quare patronage. Ol the other hand, so far
summationn hisn toie deprecatheby all Chrioachs- ofc e y ,e o f' tl of o l h laned tdait to o eceive the U et1 iut s io a aoer.tin. ".-our count..ancear aid
tai -Lks i rpon l paper une 23sfu e v. s pal d I Ppt ot Plte o Mneet. e ,kh.P care lt o.wver tbeat an acceptance ofs
mu Jfearo i Anthewiichaibunot aet laylown. rhose who iovntend to become Comptitor propose ion be not incompatible witthi.
Con F clthi r7. I appears by a Turkis a I isOi."s'la. e inlAItd a must give in teir names t MIvl F. ,, li ,"l- .o, innor in any way subversive of the1
Proclamatio% th a t the Greek insurrection in o coy. Anre wa c t I S cretary At tssociation, [at, ntt..:'e r plan before it was even submitted to his
Naugrio, Perass, Navarino, Mode, Cohe Adjmicatioitarv ofonstratins respect wouldal r a t usmnts nd olda s not yetugh alreadyced













roe and Menombasia. From the e-York Gazette. e made on the day preceding thr C r, iuut tie aditinl wich must ne-
avresume undispute oveeignty of A g lemn, wtho came passenger in the tion, bythe Government of cssl be c d b ascension that
The. Austrian attempt hasbeen mader Stoicily, b Biss fcourtma. ho ha favored us a t by five artists to b condemned in, a the-e pub e wilbe ollected tonertoan
frm Naples, the S9th r of ekMay. o have For RIDING ADt arg S-e and thefor Ladies e aolr th e m eantoemen f his asce wsiollin.





























cilian Carbonari are saii to have been em- the lastCfrracoaptroer states, that a fleet of 18 most send or bringueheir a:ticles to ; i:;.ic, s-pat on, gaming, anb idleness locs not
barked mathssacred b t urake theiroughout h i t vl ue r on of chty 11t', b rI, I o; Gesntemen.-Fbor thet dbea t madrhSaddler i has. barely' n'i tmat tgami, "is arrobnoxiousved re
the Ottoma.r, i be. The victims aros o the a o and lered himto be expected. te great T fENT'I dolEars.E-or tle second best, 'wi' te hope nof iraking e, and to enab le
'tomec o40ani,000 pernons. Gene. ore the next dayi gtieen Porto ed, TEN dollars. As many of the maternd als s us towe c, rerlend at art the itttre an
Account fro aples confirm- the nev, ant withe lietmns or hisacountry ro; bablypre-ter that same ractiabl to specimens of Ameri rl oco, fclund in dusry will suffer much th r t l
ncooritf thieimber of Tursofh massacredby the free scope to lament tde fte .of this gallant ein ens o... N ,,esrs L s and Axo his Balon d apparat s far general ehb-
rGreesd 800 cavalryof BOOK- B NDING-Fror the b t. jcion to te pla wich would' Wh be e
The tefcal fracas, in which the Man T cSpanish Colone rienn. ai r being worst- est bound Bot ok better to egance this subon- quall applicable to time celebration of our
alers of te wo theatres took such a active ecdv" i y ski t hto Arofld, ard fell a victim to.Her- m ecofater ioa, '" g tedolla e P l th be e. p."opc"sed ascent. %,oe sanvie .o'ituss tishea



















p art, has been made the suys, e t of judicial u1F7", ..... c.a..,. _,.de r ius .... n emo mateyal beson r.-t For tffie-tlian prpng of cannon, tseee display of military pthm.,



















criticism.-Mr. EI.T.Is rov, thougli .assailed, e "nlta^ 1 nst at com u t, lkn su bttempt to by publeshtlte following letter received csons, and the exhibition of fire works,
dealt rn ct n tsepl at ons e e t iss of duty, in his attempt t. o, FI VE dolrs. [Con, ttte Jjess's. ant do not he itae to'sto bnoune thient as oit
t ech endS h e Magistrate remark destied cr, tt s te rising inepenetleence of our cou- COTTO andl N .] ects of triton ell we o yment, of every lon uda-
for the sea of lrcumstancesora. Ithe lost takven vessels try. His accomplishRments, gallaCOMIU. to your office a spmen of ibl, inten b t becatse foriooth, some pe
E. wunould have been jusliaed had e have aga iute c raese df Chu i ustc I1e1n a the MountI.et of C en. Whavir to be r.,.ectFr whoae mr t uors u to inho aut sale confirmed ans




















*shot Mi. Roaw .et. t te Suprm redme Court of ,..in to the ran d Bunker's iandl. We must h e indebted :- our 'ho sc ll l1or ay tak his grand acinge of it to 'A
admire Soand, aerset county, rave hfindas cancelled thow- e best speeen TEN daolla r and Br revive eir e normities. -erprizin individual ofhis
We atSte appreliensive, that the Greek In hiscrime, e of absorbed all nal animo- sec ndnbest FIVE dthat you lhavs. a perimtte, iessrs. c is erte expressly fo te weightpo o public
surr, mentions, like t bos of Italy7, is fated to sic s, his remain: pssessns are entitled thehich is retespect or t section inon, e may as l at once hid and inter-
scaled the garden of onmatue dissolution. ICo te ofAs te liberal, cthe hmane, and the magive, "- en hose psu.or the best se ptt, FF- tne csif p ets of salever bif, and take are our









































vents at Frascati, [10 Ini!.^tonly frprtm-REnni as, C."itens ot'3 fr***e enu ; puI-" r "so "* s lTik erd Sin orinhbtse lf, moesy a' **tblei" te e vr "oris.a Ww h e too much re-t
reond crrt ised o true, that the moTurks hasev pentrat Monks mo n s Let them be peaceabje tanerre to TENdlars ; For tile second et EIHT i g" those who would drive iintiawy cl-
nd toamend taken Bucharest, the capital Pa of is native comnltryi, uandreci e tose ho s tios. [Cotittee, lers. l to the y open oppose, nt of a esign
a llahia, an d.Qmane of th70,00In 0 urgeoman c distlih edic lhat n county is in oot bond to pay Nte heart.-But e mlachol duty of e'nYn o til ntrtle hao their sup-





















crown s orustir be nearlyat tan e Pope has CHANSIe 'elinion'e osve-'eends moatng the virs of a deprd lro n the other hand, so falor
oer th8,00. e unfortunate vitim of its own policy I must will be at the option of thea siceesmpanis i e .i to gratify vs, we would
as to depradatoy excursions. Such coi-c Letters say, that a frigate is it i be sent to candidas woldto receive the Pre miuisin in a e :,eeull, u d i our couneancepanditmeit
summation is, to be deprecated law toll themshvis.-T-ke awa s t r cunttymen ; ey u be i *o h h,

A--r--r, ta'eburi le ryw Theose who intend to becom- Cu te oo ltite lon I oposliion be not iucompatibhle v ith
S. Cu y 7. cIta arsroy, Ti 19.u and .. rapactgity nl instgiveiini their nmestbreak ther i Ft ot vmor, aod s,norp in y way subversn ive of the
it Ir. Itler y aFl til h ount Orato ne. excess, alel amidst ell. ic ciarysine tle.r, T. sl Sc yf tAssciatLi,.s pace o of so .
Prioeltomation, thIat the Greek insurrectiot in liockland, coluity. Andre ov.a, eopnriduretS ta fhs 't1,o s,' I atiordftof',I..t'i.
the Motes, not extended to Ithe ports of which isotheIiite det(l the ntlnto Orngetowi days before the third clav of ('rtobO (u of' tle writers cttends, that there are
Naltgrito, Petrasso, Navarino, Modoute, Co- i The Adjudication ofahall1 tPr, mi l ,"r-` aanise-nts intl lulit olidas enough already,
-route and Menombasia. From the .,'ieeY'onrk Gazette. be made on theday preceding'ltht.he ti r' ovitiont tihe add .olitithtal i 0o.n which mrust ne-
A 'entletrsun, who came passenger in the tion, bythe Government oft lti ,.i,_!:f-; c!sitariy be creaeecdlbvyt h(r ascension thatt
Tire Austrian troops embarked for Sicily, hrig B1tliss, fotraW St. Thlors, hss favored usaiStoul by flue Artists Ito ho ehl~s., tt il., I i. it 1ae po-tule wiul hi' collected tuge-tlrerto
fm-nmNaples, the 29th of Aly. Several Si- ith tie following t- Associatioaiatlarge;n !C,1't. xCss
ieThe last:Curraeoa paper states, thai n fleet of 18 must send or bring their a:rticlcs tot :,.- I: ,n iiaitun, ginit, anf idleness. D)oes tot
betsels,tundertk n b, ov nf Iih s is .M jesty's brig uMer- designated, before thirst day. Anuy' ft her i-. I titus vsier know th at tt gam bitg" is o ibnoxiouLs
Sici.utIt forllnatorespeclingtil uleartiles' to b e no lul ]o,ws. ilIn that it requhir-es otuny the
aisoms, arid that the Spanish army under Gens. l.0 hoibied, will be given by tile Committees be- h:ittu4t ,f thu' ciuil power to enforce tiuum ?
Lwivapoo0, J-xr. 23. MAdrid papers to the Torre and Morales, hall falletm in with ths troops f etiesame. 'Au rites he relieve'tat tme 'ast assembloge
8th inst, merely confirm time intelligence be- "tder Gens.'Bolivar and Pae. A si1inary con- .itelaetbittile t
fore known, of Ie execttiot of a crate ani fiet ensued, in'which tirh SaniiardsW aee acoo C'Elito s wh think teahuoeisa-resti i ttitt tai hc! takep e to behold the alloon,
a kawnrofothe exocu;iand of this little yao' pletl' routed.. "1 heSpanish inlbo try, light bt'q e-s, wulobtige the Coauint'eshly g~voig isputluicity., xii peuIrit their etriuosity' t be dlvirted
a las-yebfor treason;anoobuet the ealvttly behavedcot itsl.a aartst shatleful m-os--- t'unOhiof stheuscene, by acts of" dissipation ?" As
events occurringsbetween btil troops of Site In stller,-Anl td into thie it terio-. .fJ0IVXUiLIAFt7'.tL ,'tl-R RLE. it r specnts the encioi'agtnt of" Idleness,"t



anchsoi-L;mg-Tr- a-_ o.-ri-e pu'ts-ofh1.kitr.s I.n.do tiy, uttuul 'jolt s tl.y... o -iudependeb'it, uibl -hff.'ii Genm. V t' nxs, ion Butitker (ear -lt 'e' is) Htl. jetties it ite ilayr which Wi uld'n bI e e-


-APV, ,i,. ... a. v ... ... n, ; o ; r'nwtlc l1h, 11 ,: dc ... ., ., ,t i
-, T. CHESTER, ist a d fro Perils (, Society, (tverntn ntmus bv sEli g" hen- tu o c t
SA t jut arrive From St ed to delfeid it.-Dim-inish princiile atnd tn i.-. g-titu'deissofratnkl ackink led:, e fI C t '-lt ave r'-
>.t t one, bring th e pleasing in iorma- crsoe tiheneed ofirce in a t om ,nlitstv,o It this ,i ir an iuclnee -ut. t \l t ot it ,t1,-1 tI h 1 t-. g int vitatioins,
io that on i i t Jl that post was sur- conltry, 1 ove- 'irnieit needs not thie *rros. oln0 w- Iu i f e i'm o commo itcot nltry to the- c--us o: -' i ; er P. ofI
1O, .t [It(bit li t' elit p'e ,ib) tI.'t )
rendered to lte U l teil Stal es. At five in the icrwhich vo u meet in othcr tntions. No aus t'.rstni r l the gL ora arlit-iu t h ion i '., t' ','n is i nI Cori-
mornigil tile S 7 s t"ropl fired a salute, of soldies--no holsof splnies-n1o vexatioutsrcgn "at l e icn obliln t r.plc.. .., 't .1, r' !. lhe-teis 1 5 ve i
and h.-isted the Spanish fiPg,, which was kept nations of police. But it accomp!ishIes its bei.- a" wit.hy ago' .t plo n .. s. nq.. n-
flying alo,'ne untilthree o'clock, P. M., wihen cent punrpsea by a few uninrnh-id Judges aind civil s a o u ; ,to cqua lL.. M .. pr, r ,,. t 'n le
the Americatt flf was hoisned with the Span. officer, and ol'reates ao ailentiv around us that ifq n s lrt, or 'ilc'mer :. .... .. .
of ostr intrenndetd offer. loll 'ilt Ctier' ato u


S : -- i .. ;! ay to day on


On 1ir hi8hli lilt. pascd ilear the sch. Octh v O ivv j:,,a" I'ool ch axShain Havana.
lhrvIt, hl ds rol Neu -Oriinns .B PhAill- A L- T. .,'-i 20--nrived schs. ,Willian.. Tai0t
S,, a -nf r K- y i u, I i 1' i. dt:y. Li, frio,. C peC Haytier, ;18; on
pi ,' '0' t I '0r : t n-vf i ou:wr itt ltKeyi':i l lt eidito ,- P, rry- Oio-rh.'1., Aqaqri, St. Domiagn, tS. Cl. aschs.Ar
Florhi;, --(';lp iniC. rlrnld hit.- ,il tihnown overi- P 'A'trt1cho ,An ,i Cvel EE za-Atn, Phinney, I ilirfa
bor l l Id 'itbN. ,h llste i, 12 htles I o'ton, aind .i tone v 'le ni'echt rd. Bit.on 'ind Poriand.
Ia, il w st ll uiblle to" I ol-. l...Il at St. MtIclEXANDR I, Juily 20-A,-rivel, brigs Four Brother
Ia,,,rin,, ri,, t ,, ; Ahlutira. R obinson, St. iThoma
A ngusin ,:. U 1h. Prpore. t0) sail ext d t"'r tr as.o'shigon, Sanfotat New BeultRed. id1 21.2 ar. eld
livan;i.;; v itLh : fl,-c of tira.,sptl, ls : tl: her i ci.- '"t .r e, Sii' r., tii.riaston, lf. Sailed brig Itesolutio)
ioy. I'vcsacola lhad not been iurrcadered t. the | PI,*ij, Brazild;seh. ceit, Hallet, Bston; Ilsly, Princt
Stlt~ttit.Ctt~so to t St. .5; itiu' uk.C'tj 11cBta ;tly 'l.


Sat:ount of invitations 'nd" enargemetits still althorittl of the U. S. but. it wnasexpeetelraei-
: moRe pressing. It nray be consbilretd by the 1'*' ... ,uk place the 10th inst.,: ke
latter class a favor of ro small degree,'to be '9.on. 73, brig Antelope ail.
reminded that this interesting picturIe Iato Ar t a tibrig Margaret, Martif ..
be removed from Boston in a very few weeks, llailha. .
Sand we therefore would solicit them, an1 t all ".' I"oschb. William, Bradford, fi,-r Point:e.
o others, who' are fod of a tieat iof is iinid, I J.8j ar,.'se. Ice-Plant,f Bunker, of Mounie-
tr not tc neglect the opportunity of gr'i lig, l' sert, Baltimore 11.
r themselves while at the same time they can Cleared--Shi T lhomas Wilson, iThompsul-
reward an artit ho des sodoes so much honor tu xandria,. y Peters, Pod Co.; Oracle, ;e-
Sthis his native tow-n. G man, Labrador and Europe, by 0. Vinat.; b-h
S t inn s, Row, Suiritenihby D. Ellis ;shs. Onlyi,
F ifealih of our Towns. There was but one Drew", Ca,:e Haytien, by John'Tyler; Mary ,ij3
deat, [iMr. Samuel Cole, atuctitbeer,1 by ma- P rine, b Halhxt by Rice & Thaxter' ; Bicr.1ii
Slignant fever at Baltimore on Saturday last, Franklin, WAing, Philadelphiia ; Fortune, 1 sitn,
Sand none tthe two preceding days n' butOtr"s stosPmouAt Ne"
It s.,l1; Votary, Stoman, Plortland ; pasket,0l-
S g o sifer, Newburyport, o (teo. Wadhington, Sln,
S The thunder g'ust of Wednesday afternoon Nantoket.
Which was but light here, was severely felt
in Essex. A tree was struck byl the light- Imported since the ,toth inst. 659 bbls.-Fl-
Sni-g in Salem, and a bov was killed itt Wen- 5966 bushvls Corn-1600 bushels Rye-54 .,
ham" The si-nal ost at Nw rk N 856 boxes, 3 tierees, and 17 bbills SgI-T6
ham le signal post at tle Nw-Vork Na- lhs., I' tierces, and 58 bbls.Molasses1 5.,
rows was split to shivers by lightning the s7 bundlesand I box RBe Coffee489 bales tos
.preceding afternoon. -489 Ihhds. and 220 bales Tobacco-3867 is
n Big Pies.-O. the commencement of the Plister-195 ibbis. Rosin-122 bbls. Tutrpt e
new Lachine Canal in Lower Canada, a few -248 puncheons and 42 hlhds. Rum, &e. .c.
f days since, the workmen were regaled with i _
a lunchetin, a part of which consisted of six ITe Alligator, in qer. captured, xn
meet pies each weighing ole hundred pounds. d ordered for tis por besides the h eugel
Eliza, witl no Allaes, the Daphne, i1l .; ,
To C. and the Matilda, with no slaves on 1, rFrd bland
.To C0;RRESPr DETDnT. If, as our orres- *-a boh.t load ready to be conveyed on board. .eA
pondent Vindicator" asserts-,nand we be- the Alligator was discovered and they were
lieve he cannot be contradicted-" the Peuce ed-the masters iere all ont shore at the. ti o91
Societies hold in utter contempt the slanders their capture-the vessels were officered aind i-
continually hurled at them," we should sup.i- ed principally with t'ienctmen hn Spani-ll
pose the fact would render any public vindi- they we l craplured in C mgo river, and r-e
Jcation unnecessary. unon ser :the .Freniithll li.q. s
at i, on rneeart.I ot3he A. snitileiront Sierra I -r.e '.." 1
'O-- e--ALJ..A lJ.UN.-i The Rev. HoSas Baiour, i botp I "Pi. 1 t. imt, to ra, l -- .-I pr
-i ,,.. fu. Pr ovr the First Universal th e 1 1' '' 1.. ltl. hr
oit Sciety in Roxbuery, on isl day ateranoo last. he b''ia. B rai tn l i, *. eds -rc,.l ni
tThe interesting services orn this ocasio n were as e r saig. ,he A. la in ,.u, i
follows :-I. Anttiem. 2. Introductory Prayer, s Cra. She baa tetotned for a new crew,
by Rev. Joshua ry 1 Seituate, 3. Anthem. Maine Gazette Cffice, Eath,; ty 24, l
4. Sermon, by R- [',ill Deanf, of Bostont. 5. Arrive&hi, tatuliet, vSwanton,28 days fdone Lirdpfel
Installing Prayer, by Rev. Ritlird Carriaue of Left r24th Juti ship Harriet, Reed, of and for thi p 4
Attlboro'. ti. Delivery of tie Scriptiures oind 6. d's; Niagat, Gookin, for Portnouth, to '
tune; irtitoiv. Woodwisnd, for City Point ist 4ly
lCharge, by Rev. i. Bllono ot tBoston. 7 Fel- Fair-Tale rtown, for Alex riandr, t d ; bri,fi
lowship of the Chlurchies, by-Rev. Edivard Turner;, zabeth, Rich, for Boston, next day. Up, 23d, ship ,y
of Charlestown 8. lymn. 9. Concluing Priay- Rl in', for New York, immediately; Orbit, Macy d.ilo
v. Elias i. (ifoston. 10. Authei snarrW Philadel phia, stJuly; Telegra
1i B are ne. Eliton ru onathia 10 Anl. Boston. 20 l Julo-; MoUit-Veriin, Smith, bostoelnitt
ene by lie PWilli-Pn, Hamilton, PPhilad-'lphI. irai ,h .
William. NoyNs, tor New Orleians, soon Incha g
In consequence of thAe indisnosition of' Bishop hrets. Richmond, eaily in July ; Jaies-Ma.ree
CNEVEnUS, to, Dedication of the Roman Catholic o ers,NewYork, st July; Amity,Maxwell. do, i 4a
Church in N. Bedford is deferred. Aislh. said to belongto Bristol, (Me.) has heen castwal
on Fuller's Rock,nearSeguin, masts cutaway, and biged
MARRIED, y t----;
In this town, on Sunay evening last, by the Rev. At s Halifax, 19thinst. Fde, Lior, 2 day; iim
Dr. Baldiimoin, Mr. lamnies Martin, to Mrs. Caro- N.Yorl.3 ; Firrrax, Kingston;10o ; Locretia,M dfa., 8
line Augusta C.Brull. P I Prelete, Bilt. ,uI.; Liberty, ,etailing-tr;g icily
liSy t n Rev. DAr. Baldwin, MrI. a homas Bader Ilrfi,,it. of itis port, for Ltinradilor sailed 1201. Sclo'ho
Jr. to Miss Mary' C.tbba. lmasforittri'i:ol,Me. saileild9th. Brig Caroltie, ofTori
oJri t Miss 'Mar C Heubba o Ir ania Reed. in si, ntrbeen released, on givine tonds tostand t ril.i
daSaysuel Coates to Miss Uriath Re s. for Eastport. Autter ar.ilay tore, -ire U
On Thirasday evening, by lsev. Mr. Eato.i, Mr. crew of an An,. brig on board, which slie had capitoud i
Joseph Lihhey, jun. to' Mlsss Ann Isabella P5eh- the E.of Halifax, will 1800 qtls. fish-reported to lspa|
obod Carostllon, a to have go int a larboi for ava,-r.
body Cat roll. At iAihi'S' Point, Jlun- 18. sll. Felici'y, Babbid, a,
O n the 27th Juee last, by the Rev. Dr. Baldwiu, tMaine, for Phils. capt. oire. and all ni;n<; sick-l-ho lot
ar. lames Brdewer to Miss Eliza al. her onat. Brig Fonny aor. in 38 d; itvs from Bostlon.
In Gloucester, last evening, Henry Phelps, Esq. At Suiniam, 35- blis since, Fox, of Gloucster ;OOv
In Gloucste'r. last fedveniti Iesty rvn, ~ Tiotptl.ins, Providence; Ellen, Portlanhi, une.; lur,
toMilais Mai riEllio, fotne ly oifewlburypoot. BostsonJuniy e15; Ibig loovi, Packet. LDais, anoi Bver
ItI Portland, Me. Joseph Pope, Esq. to Miss Sroser,(from dir.di'g.; schs. Parlket, Kiioaatdo.justa.
Hannah Wakefield. Boston.CoXefor do. nnc.. ,
IIi Warren, Me. Rev. Jonathan Adams, ot Wooi -At P PAtre, 27th Ilt.l bii, .liro -ton, c15.
wi,,toi'In\fs Hanuah A. Clotgil At Pt. Petre,4sb iit. Baltie, N. Tork.Qo; Francts.Piat
wnn, t Miss Hanna e A.l ol omugh ,. lf and. 15i Alhert, of do. to sail in 30 : sch. Olive. Pirte
In New-York, Mri. Michaellh Hotner,jtn. of this foe Bail", oar.
town, to Miss Eliza Roberts. AIt i'fti idsta, 20 days since, schs Loark. Lee, for this .
In Baltimore, Dooet. William Sleppard Wood- 2 ,.nt Frkl oi bjustr. fr r." do.' i,
ide toM ..'i-s --cheltBeatty. A I I a ;t ll.t" lr Nancy of Portland it, redy Ids.
In St. Anuss(inte, Mr. Ede Vanevour, of New- t IL-. it ntit i. iey tirva, for CowesoinS 2 c;
York tot Miss Eliza Ede!, ofl Balltimore BRre ay, Borties, dov.; blins Irene, Sievini, o fuoi'h .4
days ; Ctberine, wellsman. just ar. ; Moro, Gree,ito
Portland.
iA ArS.A'ugustimie,F.oida.I13thimtthch.sStameper,fno4HBh-
InI this town, on Mounas last, M'rs. Abigail Hop- vAna,dise. List, to aaiisuex.day for .Hrv.na with tol,
kins, wile otfMr:Sctmniel If. a.ged 52 amaiuinitionandgunt, anuktr cnovoy of the U.oS.dchboinr
porpe'ep; nriiisliogoevotiemeat selt'iorrr Barbsrefths,'-
Mrs.Relberoe Bhlake. aidow or the late Capt. ship M r, Glore ohs.Adeline, na Al di,
llike, agedil90. Funeral istm her late residence Rodgers ; Florida, ,ohbin ; .oititutitiion, Arraldo i,'t
in Cambi ikcge-stneet, to-nmorlow afternoon, at 5 Audgustine, Jonesi; tiosops Rapid,Periy; Leoars,lStronI;
o'clock. Relatives and friends nAre requested to Endavor,cFin .
Attend. A! Au xCales~thtinst.sich.TJunn, Salem. Snr5days.
a tte *'d. 0 -At nno Ayies2stut Mtay, brig Smnd-id, Cook, sof-
('n i Tuesday morning, at 3 o'clock., of a rapltid e In,torlRio Jniisiro. A' Ewisena a. brig Fo.rester. Sulo,
consumption, Deacon eiican.iiin Feovoh. aed 74. f iraitar, 10 das;t--, Storer, just ar. from Peig
The cllaraitelr ofthis gentlenmaiis loo welikcown, o oIi.-rforA, 'F i"a Video,, brig Three Siot BA.i,"
and .einseiiet-llv Ion hisrlilst estimated to retire tgA AtI os>i s.t-hibr lAAnth.t s,,fer B."noari'

uij,,iltl bIty mi.-3jexinerditd bj itone. Deacon fax- f ro 'm tlass is brig just si n m nink,, wilih4.
oi hats sustained, through f the Coet' se ofa long life, he ansoldCaleb, ltdfrisd
the character of a man of uparght and honorable t lie illness oh the Blaster.
principles and conduct. i He was for several years
ToSSa hspSort.
it member of the State Legislaturae, and ot inany l24, t.4S, siL. Ion.. ,SPOKIbs. Olive Brsnlra
Charitilae Societies, oirl has unilfrily plrovs d a oots frurt t2t 0 li 2si OlietBraonuf5
himself a patriotio citizen, and- sincereclritian. blelea, sdsot. ilh it s kerel-win dE. k.
bhe lioi-of death were cheered to lim by the Fiaisr iTvering last. brigJane, from Salem forLegla.
same tiull and ulnu.iring reliance tupon the b loo frl'y a ,nt.o 31, Ion. 78, ip Atlas, of this port, 10 i
ofn l-toning Reden which hadupporteduted July o h. bler, fro Bath for Norfolk-Sn
luir oir the last liftvy ea S.' utls friends have thie d, l,35,, se301s.sFki aday, out,onawbaling voyl,
sweetest of all cutusniadoitius, that of rrtlecting that aiil sloop trio, seilul 30 bbls. sperm.
he attai td'happily and uselnill t ronod aold ag-- SJuloi 12, l'at.o, I N. Ion. 20, brig Susan, Covilld. 4dai
apt. li oreasl e, uuet thi Leti.uly 7, 3lt.2, Ion. 69os. Zealous, S7outdfro, 21 tiayso
that he lived reapccted, ond dwild hun.ented. 8 1 i. w "a -,s d
At Sroutl, iostonl, on Wed( nesdail, irs. SnrtUh ths prt, 1 Sa"t o,2l.
May, agif-d 41, Jolly 23, in George's fishing sch. tRachel, 3 whekvsfr
Ii Dorchester on Monday Just, Mrs. Lvnlia Noitre trit port.
of nIr'r Go' Li Saleo, Mr. Joint Cle'f nd, c ertl -2.-Mr. Ji'y 2 ,lat.i 38 lon.74s, siiipMissouri.
Saffo.ril ralteia a native il'.nelai d, sage 5. -l| Joly 230, Soth Shoal N. N.E. is ea. seh. Catariear f
In Suitton, Ensign Sumneru Brot, arged 2'2. Pietot, f e tl, ,r P t
In ,lat- s5, Ita.N. l0ir. 22,930, ship Enileavor, 25sdays fire
In Portsmouth, C:,pt Gceonge Turiei-, uaged 90- S .ln to. Inidia.,
Capt. T homas Beck, a. ed 73. Lit. 27,30, loi 69,scbt,. Exertion,1l 7 days from thlispot
In Yi'rk, Me. .eacon John radbuiv. aged 85. foroiae. b o s
At Grenbay, Capt ( harles Harrisoin, o the U." hini7at.u14,o5f2H. 49,brig Monroe,5daysromMB.-
SA. Rirey, agot 3. 0Juines, brig rormaas,r2 days from New Bedforeil
At Havana, 5th inst. of the ltack svonit, .Jemffer- hhdlinag r 0cyge.
situ Gragi, aged 18, son of Mr. Samuel- Grag. ly3, i t Jy 8on. 6,sel Belugas, H.m is, o days frot
stont. Th" deceased was antenterp'rieuzieLgo outt-ng- and C.ipoKtien her,
marn Arr. at Haivana 14l hinst. hrig Levant. 33daysfromePoirt
At Sliape Htaytie's, Mr. Wm. Whitnore, of ew- 'and ,' lintmili i, of Slent, 4lys from PortBel Pl..-
bin port. 'I S.tileli'iishiip 1ruusti, of Salen, afor ulSt a,.
Sio Grade, John 0. Walker, Esq. Amri- 4ch. Iianq queen, of Halowell, sailed from M
Sa Rio ut J O R. ...h0.nrnwtet, sq. Amen- w4t;June foru New York.
can Consul. Brig PairiotAer.at rites in 44 (lays fr. Havana. A
At sea, Mr. W'm. Peirve, supposed if Massa- S.it. "sl'ha i, iussell, 27 adso fison Marblchead, was goin
thusetts ; rhi friends mov ol(tain l uri, Iro intioma- ntoS t. Piers ; ist in4t.
&tion, ArlMr.. Wn. C IhurchI Proviilencc._Mfj. In A, At Halitx, 13 it, liost. brig Fides, Soule Frederiect.
tott tel'n.u- ,tf~ ln^ 1%!u', 'Ala hiti cli, 15t bug. 231 ci31. Foaciax. Braudford, diii. 16; Josih, Colb,
Gent. Sel Iiew, fi Glosshelbury, Con. w-eV sini'Ioli,, N C. 10; Cynthia, Nye, do. 16 ; Parelir,l
'iThoatis. Porsmoiuth, 8 ; W illiam, Hallet, New York. I5;
A tt U T T T A!i|i|[., fIaisl,t ,).9; 9loo I,,ilierty,lMastthews,ndo. 9t. Ihtcl
SH IPPING -JO URNAJR i "ta'i. sehs. Tintmeo. Drinawatur, New York 7; Aleta,
-- -_ B"aesisdo. o. ; 'lhite Oak,ot Portsmouth, frommoast of N.

fr DNES'n',l Joly'13a.-Arri d, brigs FR''iZtttht, l,. at. T'homoialJuice 23.audstiled iextdltay lor Cueicoy
In NMnu."e0 t Ri ds, b4 ig Atlas, f iom2 Ken t '- Brigs Beaver ar. sa turpai n i 37, andshe Ame Paket i,>
Hte i, s', .ti fore, r i er*tsu iG t' lais p lrtHouse 29 Havana s ston i In 41 '. Wilmiantton, .
D! issue. I ii liii.'o I'llostmit It.iti, N. Yiork. Sb.lit mra. of t'this part, hor Cowles and atarket, sailed



C' ted--RBi St. Cair, Whltnore, St Croti ; scl,. Se- 16th, Robert, Perkins. Virg.
lI, a i Jane )ir ,Rw. lIiatin 4 ; tl' o)-O Sitci s Liowrcnson t.t
P to r a .th. ;loot; Apollo, Crowell, litltimre; sloti Sailed hionm Stoninton las.t week for touth Sletland. m
Ftnt't, r-:iois. N. Y.ilS. Seoaling voBge, brig Emetin., Treby ;CatbarintChurrh-
THURsl1r2.Jrtdys6- tr '. :. m. Penn, lnrow ill; se. George S. Wilcox; sloop ERex, Chester ; htsig
New Oreains, ., ;nd .-l -, Rs.-,p, Cosl.y, Ha, "Frederipte, Peindit".n ; rliR- Alatan.a lacked. V. A. Farl-
vin, ii: i' revidtenue; Rlltthv. Lindst y. N. Oreleiuns; scs- ""it ; Sc'. Iplres,, Dunbar ; sloops liero, H. Pendleto ;
'It ua Atmeiran, itaskeli, Eilpi, T. 15; Vt"'ory, Snt I'. N. |Is-nit.
lif:x,7s, ; At n t R, lircn, itiar]n Fredl icksliurS e ; M rea- A ir.at Si tm, s.h. Five Brotlher, Iitlhlton, Point Pi-.
tor. Nye. \t!.d .-ni)s- i; Itami,'er, Prtnsinm th ; Et''n tre Guid. .18t doia) ; brig Tra der, Brois, PortoSt. Pedrt,
4; V.ctiry. Hoaw't'. ttid Lapwsitig. luelic Bridgeptrt. Air. at Middletown, O19h inst. sloep Roreal, Lewis, Bn.
A l tu eti. 'tioaint. Hath i S. 'lilor. Murlitihe.a ; sloopl tont -20t ir. Ot.issii i, Wliite, St Croix. Cl. brig Co-
I '' .I. "t ,., i ,. i,-il, Btis'piao'r. 10; Content, do., SGvos ntn.-.l. Cr l, i 5 thip Tlir .siulcrs, Bell, Gre -
N.. Yo,.k via Cape Cod ; ltil" "vastinog n, E nitisr oll i Sei L t aao i ; s.-ao
s oips l'periniet, from Lotns Island; Favorie, of t :ouk.m. Ar. gt Richnond 21st ins', ships MSariha, Lunt, of Ports
.I ~ olar. schs. Caraen, Stevens, if Bath, from VMobil,' NuWl; BEUOR alily' o.- Arrived, bri Apoiact,
with 2 men ick on board. Ahley, from B.zil .Janu, .ith oil. Left, April 22, sAil
tirite iupl rioi n ar. ch. SopthrlaniaDol,. 'osachlo i ens, Cailutrart.nitlh 1300 hblls.; Andes, Eernor,
(lered-Sobu. Lue. Hotlod n, BiIt.; ,'i ooi Sl i nSr, tut of ^Sogloblo' lr,. 300.-.Mrchl 07,ship hla ipoonr, oflHaven
vitl o dge sitteorttln, Sti. tt oke, Jn.ilhy t12 lt. 34, 51, oi u 30, ship Missoi,
Mllnogfvillf Portlani. ol nnst1n.5 diys hetni uirsfii hor Baltimore-'-18lh, Ii.
R/.9, July t7-Came up from qo aran- 0, ship Bamnbr lge,Soory,3 days from Ph-
tlhe briig Viiteor, ltideout, of0 Uath, St. T-honias, Nr W YO uK,Jrn tt4-Ariived.Steam hip 1hobert Fu
2. tut i>.-ruoard. Ioni NrvI Orlens Sth inst. Havrana 14lth ar
..0o ir. hurig Halsey, Sumrner, tRichmiond via Chits 'tit atsti C. iwo thrtI, Leris, Bueros Ayr,
P -uoveiOeto..V'gICE- Iv ,, ,'. t. Trios i; Poton, Vright,. Mateira. 3;
5i0. itilraitnn,, ('lar k. "'lu'ks island. 10; Live Oak, ai-
i50 barrels ean consigned t, I)r \Nt si. N LITalr- ell.St. BHart,, 1; Mainre, Ellis. Ca sen, ; sloop Methal
mO si:, a ld 5 thds. 'l'ol'aceo consigned to order he: "' let, lowton, 4. :l. brigs Active, Noble, Gibralsai
on bl:nird this vessel will be idel thiis ty, and 'it. olw'sa, Corroaeno sih."Nancy.Croe.ll St.Jib, t
the proper persons nathpizled are reque.ed to ore. ct",,,, Vsl, rea d, 'est Indies; linfai, c
cnme torardit. ):av thei ireght nnd receive the .cr.Halnif.i.
sante ftrom said soossel, l1iig op[,osite No. 21,1 ,citWTLDt EPflA. July 24-Arr)ved, brigs Fatty,B
lientiuel tuurt1 le, ti"S Ayre,-si ; Saruh, Cole, of Sico St. piet
ao e.b. t ig"Enterprize, G,,rdon, of P,,la,,d, Cr 4, eb, Ann, Cetricsn Port sit Ptinee, 14 To
,.' ; t utorn Ijtlo ,v.,na andi Ic ron St. Auigus nit.-. r 2 t. a'its.t-12; iloo ( iFame. Patronse. Ano ,ln. l.shi, sKcs












CHARLESTON, JaJy 1l-Arrired aldp Amands, M Al
Li verpool, 70. Sailed ship Charles & Henry, for Avow
dam. 19th, ar.ech. Catth-me-if-you-Can, Barstow. Ha
Ia. 10; Mary,Sutton,Matan.sas,6. Sailed sloop.Washil
ton, Baker, Boston. 20ti,sailtd brigRHarnas Packet, C
Boston ; sels. Corset, Campbell, Havana ; Opposiit
laxwell, W. Indics.
NEW ORLEANS, July 3--Cl. ship Dryade. Bosti
T4Jrk. I.land. ,th Brilliant, Atkins. Gibraltar; Nigi
,1, r ristal. Turks Island; Wn. Tell, Roan,rH;vre;;
.l. ships Amelia. Jones, Havre; And.Jackson, Riclardso
Bremenr; brigs Addine, Winpgte, Gibraltar; Plant, W
ton,. Car;esehv; Fortune, Blythe, London; Alliane
SPatten, Purr ?a 'Prinre.

STOCKS, EXCHANGE. &c..
j ly 27. 1821.
U. S. 6 Per Cents. Defer-Ie New England.......313 a 1
red ;.............. ........3 3} ,aInt.and MeeC.........M i a S
Sdo. of 112...i .............7 a I Suffolk..............1.... 2l A
181--t.....-...Sa I EXCHANGE.
I81.1 ............9 a Londoln............ 108n
S 181......... a 2 New Yorl..........oo a Ii
U. S. 3 Per Cents....77 a 7 Philadelphias....... a II
S dr...I............S a l9 R .ntinore.............. I a 9
7 1lo. a........ 9 10} I Vfrinia....................97t a <
B K STOCK hal ... ........97 a
United Stals....... 3a U 14 1 Savannah...............51 a
Mnssiashselts ...........112.ajIl SPECIE.
U,.son................... jaI Sp anihi Dollars.... a l n
Biiot.on .83 Doubloonsi........5 50 a 156
State..............M- a |
tLC-orrected for the Cohlmnian Centinct, by SAMUE
DANTA.

POSTSCRIPT.

Surrender of the Floridas.
LIast evening, Mr. R. B. Founnis, from St
'Aug'stine, politely favored us with 'he firs
number of the Florida Gazette, printed intha
City the 14th inst.
It contains the Proclamation of Major
GA-neral JAcesoN, as Governor of the Flori
tlas in the Americah and Spanish lang ages
antounicing the cessation of tIthe Spanish Gov
ernment, and thie fsThblisbhment of .te-i v.
ernment 0f the United States in the. Floeiilas
was issued at Pensacola, July 1, 1821,signed
by the t Governor, and attested by R. K'-Ca..,
Acting Secretary of tlhe Floridlas. It bears
also the date of St. A u.ustine, Ju.iy 10, 1821,
endorsed by iRoartE RB r.TLE, United States
Commissioner. rist tenor is the same as that
published by anticipation in the Georgia papers.]
Then follows, also in the Spanish and A-
merican languagecs, the Proclamation of Guv.
COPPIGErt inserted this day.
Under the St. Augustine head, are the part'.
ticulars of the exchange of authorities and
flags; as given under the New-Yord head.-
T he additional particulars are :-That the
main body of the Spanish troops embarked the
9th July, under convoy of the U. S. sell. Tar-
tar, Capt. Payne, clhaunting a farewell hymn:
That salutes were fired by the U S. sch. Re-
verige : That -Col. Butler received the sur-
render: That an immense crowd of specta.
tors were present at the scenes, and that the
best order, prevailed.

Extract from the paper.
ST. AuUrBTINE, JtvLY 14. GEORGEt Gisns,
Esq. has been appointed Collector, pro tern
of this port, by Col. BUTLER.
The U. S. sch. Revenge, Capt. Hamersley,
has sailed for Charleston, with Col. GADSnEi.
Col. FoanRs, .Marshal of the U. S. arrived
here in the Revenge. No other civil officer
has arrived.,
Col. BUTLER will sail this day in the U. S.
sell. Tartar, for Pensacola. In his absence
Capt. BELL will administer the government.
The transport ship Meteor, Capt. Glover,
will sail this day iwith the Spanish garrison for
Havana, unrder.convoy of the U. S. schooner
Porpoise. The other vessels charter40 to
carry the Spanish troops to Havana, were,
scel'rs Adeline, Israel; Elizabeth Biclhan.
an, Cook; Florida, Johnsonr; Alexander,.
Roge.rs, and LaConc'eption; and sloops Rap-
id, Pe'lry, and Endeavor, Finch.' ..

For Liverpool, to sail .8ignst 5th,
' he superior fast sailing packet
.Sat ship, Cortes, Nash De Cost, master,
Snippier fasted antd coppered, built exisressly for
this trade, and in every respect a first rate ship
has made ontily three voyages, her passages Ihave
been very short--she will positively sail on the
day above mentioned. For freight or, passage,
having elegant fitroished accommodations. apply
oh bnaoid,Fast side of Coffee House Slip, or to
FISK & GRINNELL, No. 138. Front-street,
'NVew-.Yrk, or to 1-ENRY CHAPMAN & CO.
No. S3, State-street, Bloston. 4spis July 21

For Canton,
5 The ptperior fast sailing, nopper faslen-
ed and coppered ship ZEPHYR, 360
t6"r burtlien, Win. Cleveland Supercargo, wi'l sail
jkr Canton on, the 1st of August. Specie will be
taken out to be invested and brought back on rea-
soniable terms. Applytothe Supercargo in Salem
or No. 30 India-street. BAKER &- I'ODGES.-
Jnne 2 epistf
For Richmond.
The schooner Charity, Moore, mas-
f t-r, w'ill sail TO-MORROW, for Rich-
i nId. For freight, (this day) apply to
JOHN AYRES, No. SO, Long-wharf.
July 28

STEAMBOAT EJGLE.'
-. The Steam boat EAGLE,
Capt. Wood, leaves Russia-
whlrfTO-lMORROW, and
every day at 9 o'clock, A.
MI. for Salem ; will land Pi'ssengers at Deer Island,
Nahant and Marblebead ; leaves Salem at 3 P. M.,
same day, anl arrives inl Boson, at I past 7 o'clock
in the evening. Passage 50 centseach way-chil-
drefi half price.
N. B.-Light freight will be taken if offered.
Jily 7

DO.IIESTIC COFFEE.
,--0 O rhLS. best DOMESTIC COFFEE,
S jst received frmi one of the most cel-
ebrated manufacturers in Philadelphian, and will hbe
sold cheap forcash, by ITHO'S RICH, No. 14,
B.road-strect. episim July 28

-WmdSIIED WOOL, 4-c.
S ALES Bueos Ayres Wool; 60 do.
J Co?'( riocnties do. :ree fromn Burs,
47 do. prime Cotton; 20 do. Irislt Flax,
9 do. American do.-lor sale by MCNSON &
BARNARD, No. 17, Cntr.,l-whlart. Jaly 28

POT .tSHES,
('N ASH will be pail f,,r a few tons POT ASHES
,} if offered within; a few days, at No. 27, Mar-
ketatreet. S.,is .Tid 23

r?-"DUPONT'S,.9
SUPERIOR G UNPOWDER,
Constantly fur sale at 69, Broad-street, by
E. COPELAND, JR.
may 23 istf
SHE.R'S LO"NDO.V COPPER.
JOHN W. LANGDON,
33, LVTIl1-S[flEET,
HTAS received per the Restitution lron lon-
1 donS3 cases of SIEATHtG C OPPER,
tt'on thi aspprovsd, and wall known manutfactory.
epist m mrv 9
TROTT & BUMSTEAD
H AVE received hv the leraitld, fiom l.ivcpool,
.l a further supply of sixty packages of seasona-
ble GOO f)S.. Bi may 12

A. &. A. LAWRENCE.
ao. 15, .1lAuKET-STHEET,
"HAVE just recei-ve'l-a few trunks best Italian
Sewing SILKS. epislm July t11

WILLIAM EAGER,


A'. 18, CE~NTRAi,-w'.i'RF,
H AS for sule--14.000 Ibs. belt Englishi Caid
Wire, No. 30 to 33,
100 boxes Cottou and Wool Cards,
10,0100 pairs Shaes. suitable for Southern market,
1,000 hoxes No. 1 and 2 Soap,
2 s ceaks Madeira Wine. Smis July 23;


an. .MOLASSEB .
"a. HUMS. MOLASSES-just received per
Ian. schr. Washington, from Matatnz--or -sale
.5, by MUNSON & BARNARD, No. 17, Central-
"on, vharl. July S-2

".; lHich Cashmere Shavwl, fine India
on, .uslin s Dresser, &c.
al. TOHN W. SHAW, No, 74, Market-street,
ce i O (Fo0th side) offers four sale-one rich Cash-
mere Shawl, price g250 ; elegant figured India
Musli Dresss ; plain d, ; Merino Shawls iand
Hdkfs.-with a general asscrtnment of Seasonablel
Goods tf July" 8S

at POT JSHES WA. TED.
4ASfl srill be paid tfo 130 casks POT ASIIES,
a by MUNSON & BARNARD, No: 17, Ce-n.o
. tral-whar July 283

SREB.1O VAL.
6 Cl EOIGE A. EAMES would inform hisfriends
S I" and the public, that he has removed froli No.
.7 1, lBoYlstou-sqwa:e, to No. 4, E.rc/a'lioe-strwt,
0 where lie has for sale, a general assortment of Plan.
isliedl Japan an-I plain
I. Tin Ware, I ard Wat,
iHolltow WVare, Titn Plates,
Sheet Iron, Iron WVire,
Mll Gujgeons. Cart Boxes,
Window Weights, Factory Machines.
Winter etnd Sinmer strained O)IL, first quality,
t. in Cunistcrs fr m I to 10 gallons each ; Lmnps
t ad Lamp (Glasses" Wicks, &c. bc. tnlh .,'l


t VEWT GROCERY STORE
TI IlE sulbcrilberts inl"t'n their friends aniil th
S isipublic, that they have tormedl a counexioun ii
* business under the firm of
PARKER & CODMAN,
s ald have for sale, at their Store, No. 9, Congress.

t Coguaos aIl Rochelle Brandy,
S Old .Jamaiea ,spirit; Weesp and Scheidam Gin
S St. Croix Rum ; Old Columbia Whiskey,
Oll Madeira,
S Sicily do.
*t ,ison, I JJIVES.
S Vidonia,
Port, J
Old Mladeira,
Old Sicily,
SFrontigriac, 'N7ES, in bo. les.
Barsac, 1
5 cases Champaigne J
Bottled Porter; do. Cidei,
A few vof Davenport's excellent Cheeses,
White and brown Havana Sugars,
West India and Sugar Hlouse brown do.
Loaf and Lump Sugar, a few loaves Baltimore
treble refined.
The best of Hyson, Young IHyson, llyson Skin,
ind Souchong Teas,
Old Java Coffee, in small bags, for f'amiies'use,
Old St. Domingo and Laguira do.
Fresh Olive Oil, in bottles and flasks, ,
Bordeaux Basket Oil,
:Witrer and Summler strained Lamp Oil,
Hlonward-strect sniiicrlne Flour,
Superior Cahana Cigars,
Fresh Olives ; Figs and Raisins,
Entyv Mats--with all tie varieyv of articles, usu-
ally found in Greetry Storcs, all of whicli may he
dependtled upon as being of first quality and at tlie
fair prices. EDW'i W. PARKER,
E\I'l) DCODMAN.
.Jul y 18,18l. eVpistf

Copartnership Dissolved.
T HE cornexion in business heretotfore existing
between the subsct-ibers uniler the firm of
TARBELL & EVELETH,
is by mutual consent hereby disn.olved. Al. per-
sons having demands against* said tflni, a.e rtquv.s-
ted to present them for pavmet, alid tliose in-
delite'l.are ea'led upon tO make paVllielit to Si-
LAS P. TARBELL, at No. 6, .1arket-row, whi,
lis duly authorized to adjust the concerns of the itte
firm. SILAS P. TAlR .LL,,
July 21 .Stl.-i EVELETil.

CopartnerAhip Formed., -
r. THe subscribers respectfiily, inform their
friends rnil the pijubli, tlat the, have f.),pied a csor-
nexion in business under the firm of
NEWHALL & EVELETH,
and have taken store Nn. 6, Marlr-t-row, '.ecentlv
occupied by the late firing of Tarbell & Eveleth,
where they offer for sale .n good terms, an exten-
sive assmotment of BOOTS and SHOES, of every,
description.
.dlso-sole and opper Leather; CalfSkins ; Seal
Skins, Sheep Skins; Morrocco, Leanler, Lin ing
and Binding Skins ; Boot WVebhing;'M oot Cord't
Ribbons; Galloons ; Englislh and American Shloe
Thread ; Linens ; India Cottons, ke. &c.
CHREEVER NREWHALL,
.lOSEPr EVELITH.I.
Boston, July 24, 1821. 4is-los

Lead, Hare Skins, and Glass Ware.

JOHN W. LANGDON,
T -,Vo. 33, JVDIA-SITlTEET,
IlAS received, per M:ayflower, from Hamburg,
314 pigs Lead,
S10 cases Tumblers various qualities,
1000 Russia Hare Skins,
4 bales brabrait Brioadscoth.
....Per: Herald....
100 liquor Cases, with guilt bottles.
;....V JYS OjRE....
50 casks Russia yellow candle Tallow.
3 4bales white Galls.
The above goods are all entitled to debent'.re,-
anl will be sold at very reasonable prices. /
July II epislm
*Sheathing Copper, Lead, &c.

GILES LODGE,
1, S Vo. 4S, BROtAD-STREET,
'r lAS just received by the late arrivals and of-
fers for sale,
2t. cases Sheathing Copper 20 to 30 oz.
12 do. briglit do.' Copper, 2'2to 28 oz.
50 Rolls Sheet Lead, 3 to 6 1 bs.
12 casks dry White Lead,
6 do. do.- Red do
-fV STORF-
50 hhils. very old English Copperas,
12 casks hest English Card wire, assorted Nos.
28 to 33,
Lead Pipes suitable for Atteducts all sizes,
alril 1 istf

TROTT & BUMSTEAD, ,
TAVE received by the Volunteer, from Canton,
4'1 cases China Silk Goods ;-iand from Hav-
re, by the Cadmus ; Silk Hosiery ; Gloves; Crapes;
Taf'eta Ribbons ; and elegant Garnature Ribbons.
Juimn. 13 83ais


N'ew Carpetings-Per Mercury.

JOSEPH G.-BACON,
Au-. 18 and 20, .41.-tRET.STRE'T,
I AS just received, per \icrcur''y, from Liver
S pool, i bales fine and superfinel ingrain Car-
rettings. p6wis July 4
Bostou 0 at MTin10factory.
T HE -ockh(,lders re''fect:uly inl'.irm the
trintsuDs of this l:iaufactory that no labour
or expense has been. spared to bring it to siucu
a state of perfection as to render it second to
none in the United States. ['hey are happyy t.-
state that by tneir eretions they have attaonecd
conplere success. .
The Factoy is amply snpplie-l with hlie beat
ofslock foreign and domestic, as.O with the first
rate workme,. under the siireetion 6l an expe-
rienced andsoij.iciouts manufacturer'.
Hats of various qualities from the above Fac-
tory, for sale by the ,ub.acrlber, No 80 State-
street, and at the Hat-tores generally, iu Boston
and -Per'land
HENRY 1iESSlNGER, Selling Agfent.
uprii 28 9is

Gold Watch Lost-- 10 Reward.
SEP'l' in the Privy in rear P.jBrigham's Livery
.j Stable,(Contion-street,a Gold Lepiie Watch,
male by Godeman, No. 7090, with a Cornelian
Seal suspended by green Itibbon.--The finder shall
receive theu above reward on leaving it at the Cen-
tinel Counting Room. Juely 29


WjAERhlj RNOrEL. -

ROB ROY
S"I Stia day tublisheid by .'. H. PAiTIKIR No.
I.-. Crn dtill, -leinw \ol. 4th of his siipeul' edi-
tion of the .Aovcls tles and t:oniances. It tlhe
Author ot Waverlev--price $1,50tosubscribirs fiii
the whole set, or '2,00O separate. Subscribets are
requested to call, or seed for their books.
(fO As this edition is nearly eimpieted, thiost per-
sonu whowish tn'avail thleiselves of uthe pe Ceunt
cheap price, woldth do well to subsei, iltus lhdie.
price will be advanced wheu tlhe work is fui#ieId.
The specimen which has been published, ota set
of Vignette Title-puages for these volumes, having
received the decided approbation of the ausiscrn-
hers, they are informed that tle pian will prceWed
illh as much dispatchli s possible. "
The sceonl series Tales of my Landlord, co'tain-
rig, The leart ohf Mid-I nLthlii, is lt press.
JJuly 28 is.w r,:


-U. S. FRIGATE CONGRESS.
T lIE lHeirs of thle following persons whq died
on board U. S. Frigate Coigreass, dhu'in her
last cruise, are requested to call on( the Editor o
this paper', viz:- -
Jeditlhui Hlamnood,,nlarine, belonging to Iass-
aclusettsa-Jamnes Carreyv, 'ordiitiv Se:snan,
Maasachus',ts-Joseph Foxcrott, (alias Ison.)
seanian, Maine-Tlhmas Jones. qr. gunner, los
ton-Joseph Pickens, boatswain, Massaechnstts-
Ehen'r Reyohl ds, ordinary s.sluai, .Bowl-
Raiison Hull, mari.nue, Vermont-Samnuel Scott
ordinary seamant, Conneeticut-WVillian-'" D.il
marine, Providencee, It. sland-Samnu el ,.Il.,,
ordinary seamaui, R. Islard-'-William D i. -l,,
seamant, Massachlusetts-Ahbr'nt St. Johnn, hboy,
Connecticut. t Josto.e Tilq 28, 1821


Lemen's ntew invented Trusses ;
tE made sand sold bv him, at the'corner of Al-
t ais and Milk--streets, Boston. Thie constrac
tion t o these Trusses, are such, the patient cme
lengthen or shorten iemn, \raise ol- lowcr the prad
to bring the pressure where he may want it. T1,e,
litewieise can be adjusted to suit for the righlit olefi
side, (advantages which no other" russes have to
in use.) Tluese 'Trusses are prlonouneed nl tman
oC the most emiineit Physicians of ltiaton, ti be the'
best.thit.g of the kind ever.oftered the public. Th. e
are sold bhy ppoil.tmint by J. P. Whitr well, at the
Boston Inifirntarv, corner oi Bl.tterv March and
Milk-streets, andi by Gideon II. lIascuind. No. 78.
Broad-street, and at no other place n Bhistol.
Orders for Trusses, directed to either nfitheabove
men tioned places will meet ith immediate atten-
tion. 5m Jtly 28

VkLUAlBLE EIST.ATES.
The following described estates arcoffered on terms.
extremely favorable to thie purchaser, being
p)itr. on sale to close a concer-n: -
A FARAM in Gra,, ,in tie county of (uimberlan'd,
a ftw rouis from the woolulen manufactory. It
consists ufLabout 150 acres of very good uplndl ; a-
bout 40 acres- of which arc used Ior inowing aid t-
lage. Tier ar oin tdhe prenmises 11iont.11.0 to 150
thillsyal o-gapple-trees, most otolweli are is bear-
ing-t-wo -eras, a substantial well built Dwelling
Hliu e tlv,-Sv years ohl, about 36 byv '14 feet (nare,
two 5sr'- :,3 li, mud thoroughly finished, having
two chirs, v:. ituor rooms oin vach iloor,t with cont'
oenientr o it-b;iings-and near the hoise a nevel-
failiig spring.: of e.\cellc:t water. Thlis fathrm alo
contains a svauable mill-site, with a stone dam, iNed
is twenty iles from Portland market. '
A WN id Lot s 30 aces, in New-Glottccester,
lying three qiateers of a Ailhefroina tie abnvellarm.-
A N another Wood-Lot it' Q tNy, about htlilf ilile
from the s.ie tarm, and containing 23 screa.,
A vadiuable L ,tund store in the centreof the vil-
lage in Gray, 18 miles from .Portland, at tle june-
tion it fI j- gream roads leading from Oxfobd and
Keine:boCe counties to Prlortland. ,,
'A,out 535 acres of Lasud itsGray, blitF.,i'eout-
iotsof l IT acres eich,lylng tinleTiu ) th -vision.
(l ieunfivi ed t'halfot'atvw sttfdy 13elhnig-.out,
a Biaki-iTOusie, and lot containitIg II')l.uare rdois of
land, situated in -the village in Not'th YVarmontd
about ha:lfa mile from.the. ntew meeting lh6use, asind
is now oceei|iedl by Mi. Auats Storer .
A very convenient and spacious tenement iln
Portland, being. the veasLtely half oftlhat well bhilt
tree story Dwelling louise, bounudein Hancock
and Fore-streets, and formerly owned andI oceupi
edl by Col. Stehlienson. This tenemet is well stup-
pied within gooJ water fi-om the quedaot, and elm-
mands a t'it, view; of the harbor.
Alot of LLandl in Lisbon, in, the county of Lin-
coln, lying on both sides thie main road I.a'lingg
liom Lewisston to the centre of Lishbon, eontainihg
about 3. acres, with, a .good oio story' Dwelling
house iud Store thereon, formerly occupied by
Benjamin 1). Bryant, Esq.
For ilrther "particauers, application many be
made to the subscriber, at his office i' Middile-
strect, 'ourland. SIMON GRIENIFAF.
July 28

ROGERS' SUPERIOR CUTLERY.
D FELT, No 63, State-street,has juse reeev-
ed by the Rasselas, direct tfrom the Maln--
Icturers, and opens foir sale, a Ivery extelsuivie us-
sor-tet of ltogers' Cutlery, conasising of 1120 dill
percent patterns of PATENT PENKNIVES. with
Ivory, Mother of Pearl, Tortoise Shell, Buck-hQrni
and Bnflslee lHaidles, some very elegant silver
mounted, withSceissors, and from I to 8 blades.--
Also, a few o lthe old English Razors, ;1iu excellcit
article for gentlemen that shave themselves. A
few cards fine polished Scissors, of the best wrought
Steel, which are of new and handsome patterns.-
Likewoise, Razor Strolps ; do. Cases; Punknife rdo.
Prissors do.; Paocket Ink Stands, kee. &Ic.
inarchl 7 1 mais

,NV'E W N.A lVlL TOR --At S2
SUS'T received, asd ilhe sile. wh'h,lesalh and re-
a tail by 1D. FE'l', Stationer, t hurt (and
.Miuical Bookseller, No. 63, State-street, DA-
BOLL'S PRACTICAL NAVIGATOR, "'eiig a
concise, easy, and comprelwnsive system of Nsvig4-
tion, calculated fur the daily use of seamen, and al-
so for an assistantto theiteacher ; containing Placie
Traverse, Paralel, Middhe Latitude, and Mercfitor;'s
Sailing-wAith all the necessary Tables. Colucise,
Rules are given, with a, variety ot' Examplpsion ev-
cry part of Colmon u Navigation.-4tAlso, a new set-
entifie, and very short method .of cortct ii.'n. tpt
I),EA D ltECKONING, ithli .Ries (li kc1nig '
complete lcckoiug at seia--appliedi to pre ice, and
eVenmi'silied in three separate Jurnials, il' wiiclh
mto tce seen all the varieties whioi can probably
liappenia hip's k' eckoning. ly NA ToAN Dl-
noLL. ale 'I'eahlier uf Miatheniaties and Astrouueumn
in Plainfield Academy ; Anthhr of a system' oi
:A rithlmetic, and Teaciier of Navigation.
'I he Author of I'his work was engaged many
years itt tenching Navigation ; andt tatight about
taco touisanold captains and scamecn. This volume'
"contains his toulse ,of instruction. He was ,listiun-
gished fir the facility and expedition within which he
tauglit and prepared seamen to be uscliul and |i ac-
tical Navigators. 8is ., martc' I"


NO TICE.
"IIIE subscriber respte-idlly informs hIs friends
. and public, that lie has taken a ncommodionus
Shop No. 52-, Mr-lbdr '-street, directly opposite
the Mlarlbioro' H-Iotel, where I,- h intends carrying
on the iOOT, SHOE, and LAST MAKING, in
all their variety. Lasts made to lit with the most
perfect exaetness. Every bunch or tender place
in the tout carefully provided for. thereby giving
ease- and comfort, as well as neatness and fashbiwi,
to the wearer. Ladies and Gentlemen that at e
travelling, this improvement must aflMedl a :mst
salutary convenience, as it is not material wiiere
or by whonm the Boot or Shoe is made, they are
always sure to meet their expectations in point of
fit, and wear with ease and satisfaction. Orders
solicited, personal and punctual attention give. inm
order to the faithful performance and grateful ac-
knowledgement of all favors.
.July 21 4wis CHARLES WIGHT.
SREMOUVAL.
D Il. WEBSTER, has removed from nWinter-
i.sueet, to tile house lately occupied by H.
Ihe, Esq. Coumuse-street. 3i'.is3tos July .1


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CONSTABLES.
Sr TI' appointment of CONSTABLES tor t he
I- town of Hoston, the ensuing l ear, will take
:"-l-T^P-'- r'jl ,i>%\YthlV IC l .,1" \.,,,.X -

msake, appli.atiltoi n -',ting, at the Selectuteci's
totin, pr-evio s to thal dat .. -- -. ..
BHy order of th Selectmen.e
SELIPHALET WILLIAMS, Chairmatt.
JIn!y28 .

POST-OFFICE ROBBERY.
O9 N the 12ih, inst. I out into tlie l'Pot-Olficei in
this city, a letter directed to lortsmnoiu'. N.
H. containing one hundred and eight,-five- dollars,
in the ftbllowing'bills:-
U.S.Bank, N o.'37, Washington, Feb. 1,1817, S100
Do. i't, 6Richmonod, May 7, 50
Do. 370, do. Fel;. 7, a2
Do. 737, Washinigton, July 19, 10
and a Hatbford bill l"of 5
On the- Ite h inst. the letter was r.-eived at Porlp-
mcutlh, and ont opening was found to contain only
the fHartfiord 1byl ; the lette'-having heen previously
opened withort'being torn, a new wafer put in and
restlaptfed. A reward of 100 dollars on conviction
of the thief- and recovery af the money will be paid.
Apply'to To'-rT & BuatsTEAD, Jlosion.
WM. G. APPLETON,
36, South-street; JBaltimore.
Baltimore, July 24, 1821.
-Library of Harvard University.
C4ENTLEMEN having Books from'" the Li-
Th brary of Harvard Universith, are requested
to return them before the 9th of August.
JOS. G. COGSWELL, 1Libariain.
Gtamb;riidg-e, July 19, 1821. 7spis
HACKNEY COACHES.
aHE owners of Hatkney Carriages are hereby
i foilbrmed, that in pursuance of a vote ofithe
town, they will be required to re'siove their Car-
i;ages frtamn tie streets, from and after tle Ist dnay
l Septensler next.
By order of the Selkctmen,
CALEB HAYWARD), Police Officer.
June 30 istS

.MANSION-HOUSE, JVew-York.

WILL AM J. BUNKER
f ESPECTFULLY informas the public, that lie
1R ihasn takefi thi large, airy, and elegant House,
No. '39, BROADWAY, Jlew-Forki, which is
now piedpiaredlin a superior style for the reception
i yospany ; and where 'Ladies and Geletleiiien cai
-be ...1.-,MII.Lu.1il l 1 '-iiei' tor longer
or ir, p] r,,lt. t'i .il011 ii.it P ties ca be
furnished with private parlors, and 'separate ta-
.I4es, if ilesired'. The house will le supplied with
tlhe choicest Liquors, antd tie table with every
itelicacy that thie New-York market affords.-
Great care will ,be taken that the servants shall be
ef the niust unexceoptionable character ; and every
1pflb't will be twitde ID retuler the situation of all
uoerson t sho may' favor himi with tneir custom,
conmfortab';e Sand agreeable epistim June 16
OPTICAL MANUFACTORY,
.Vo. 16, Jf. RL 1O.RO'-STjREE'T'.
I ISHA DWELLE has tor sale, at the above
l Matnufactory, a large variety of SPI'CTA -
i'll--, viz:-Silver; Tr(toiseishell, o'n high pol-
ished Steel F-aunes-; Swivel, Slidfig, or nea'tVWiru
Bows, wllh Coneave, Convex, or green Parallei
Glasses, or Pebibles. I
./.To--Reatling, Magr.itying anil Opera Glasses ;
Esi Glasses flor the long or short sighted; Spec-
tacle Cases of ortoiseshell, orImoco, c1'olislied
Steel ; asd Goggles to preserve the eyes from the
wind a lt fliest, uC.. te.t
C 'S3|l,ectacies nes ly mrepaured-new G(iasses fit-
ted to old Frames. 3is3hs June SO
.'. 1*'. *A7IE I),
A FAITHFUL yourg eman, liom 16 to IS years
/. old, to attend a V. I. -Goods and Grocery
Store. One froi the Country will be prefered.-
Good recommendations will be required. App!lyat
the Centinel CoUnting Room. July 28
W.3VNTED, .
A YOUNG MAN, ahlout seventeen or eighteen
years of age, as an Apprentice in a wholesale
and rtcail Elglish Goods Storc-one fi-om the conn-u.
tiy would be prefered-good recommendations of
their character will he required. Inquire at the'
Centinel Conutiiig R.oom. July- 28
BOY 'JINTTElD.
W ANTED, ina small family, an active'Boy,
to do the usual work. The bestrecommtn-
dations will be required respecting his habits.-
liquire at the Centuiel _Cotunting Room. July 28
TO 1B LET,
OUS.No. 8, Winter-,treet, lately occupied by
out. Webster. itquire at the Gazette
Comlpting Rooml. July 28


S TO B1 LELT,
t WO convenient Tenements, suitable for small
families- situate near South Boston Britle,
on the Mains-street-at low rents. Inquire at tie
Centiiel Cotinting Room. July 28

DOG LOST'
-N Sunday afternoon, a Spaniel, 10 months old,
el white'and chestnut color, name Je y. Wilo-
ever will ivesinfornmition, so that Iie may be ob-
tained, at No. 1I I1, 3Orange-atreet, shall be band-
somely rewarded. 1p July 283
T; O EE IET,
A FULLING Mill, D.e House, and Finishing
Shop, with the usual Machinery bor dressing
cloth, all in good repair, andi imredia'tepnssessinu
given, situated in tbe town of Aeton, in the county
of Middlese.x. For lurltir intbrmnatioi, inquire ot
FRANCIS FAULKNER, Esq. of Billeica, or
of the subscriber, near tthe premises.
MARY FAULKNER.
Acton, July 26, 1821.

SE the subscribers having been ap-
ointediiby th ieon. Samuel pi. It. Fay, Esq.
Judge of the Coi t f Prol)ate,inand for lie county
of Mlilddlesex, to receive and examine hlie claims of
die creditors of the estate of William Leiathe, of Wa-
;ertown, in saidl county, blacksmih, testate, represeitcdd insolvent; oo hereby give no-
tice,thatsix months from tie date hereol,are allowed
to said creditors to briig in and prove their claims ;
and that we shlll atteiil tlat service on the last
Tuesday of July next, iawel thie Ist Tuesdays of the
four fotrllowing months, at the house of Luke Rubin-
son, in said Valtertowit. from 5 to b o'clock, P. MX.
on erich of said davs.
NATH'L R. WIHITNEY, Conm'is.
JOHN HUNTING,
Wla'oertsoiin, June Ist, 1 821.


-TThe Court of Sessions for tih
C-untiv of Suffolk, will sit on Monday next, at IC
A. M 'I-.un I :' jly J 1v5,l81.
AMEik-.. AN ACADEMY.
STATUT'I imeetinhg of 'the American Acade
Snty of Arts andu Siiences, wiill be holdeun
Cambridtge;on WEl)NESDAY, the tl of t'Agublt
a.t II1 o'clock, A. M.
July !. .1OfIN FARRAR. Rec, Sec.
UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDUE.
rIANDIDI)TES for their second degree at thl
nextt Comumeinceen-nt are to attend al. taie Col
lege nn VWEDNESDAY, the 22dt ot'Augus,..
Candidates tii admission to the Coclln, having
a certificate of good inmo aluchaecter f'iom tltis
preceptor or some other suiitable person, uwill be
examined at University [Lall, on FRIDAY, 31 s
August.-The examinaiion to begin t '6 A. 'M.
I, I JO(N T. KINKLAND, President.
Juuly 28

THE GRADUATES OF 1819
&.RE re Iuesled to meet at I ie DIrtni lth IIl ut!
d on 'TUESDAY, the 2lat of August next, the
day preceding Commencement, at I o.'lock, P. M.
JOII'q AIKIN, C 'Commiutee.
W '1'. HA.I I)DOCK, o ite
Doartmouth College, Jedy 25, t821.
CLASS OF 1802.
Tr71 annual meeting of the Class of 1802. will
-. will be held at Smith's Taver', in Camibridge,
on the evenilg before Commencement, at G o'clock.
RICHARD I I. Hl\RRIS,-5
S. K. LIVERMOilE, 3. Csmnu2tee.
VM."lN-NO! ti, n
.hy *2S tn


THOMAS DAWES, Jr.
Refirenue to-Hon. Josa- WELLES.
Boston, .u1tl 14, 1811. 6spis
TO' 1E LE' OR L&4dsiD.
A BRICK House in Myrtle-street No. 46, can-
sistingof ariour andt Kttchen and six U(lam-
rs A; together with Yard, Pump a good Cellar and
other conve, iences, and may be entered upon
immediately. ient low. Apply on the premises,
or to JOHN CUSHING, No. 4, Garden-street.
July 28 .




BY Will'TWEIL, IJJND & CO.
Bear Skins.
On WEDNESDAY next at 12 o'clock,
At WHIT-WELL, BOND & CO's OJfice,
Vo. 2, K'll'-STRiEiT''
50 superior BEAR SKINS.

Souchong Tea.
On THURSDAY next at 11 o'clock,
AS AnOV.E,
162 chests Souchong 'EA, Wr.V. Savery's car-
go; 269 boxes do. do. Bei.j. Rush's ldo. Coudi-
tions at sale.
....Jt Private Sale...
10 cases Rhubarb, entitled to debenture ; 5 hhds.
Englisli double flint Tumblers; '2 cises black and
white Italian Grapes, assorted numbers; I do.
Dutch Oil Cloths 3 eases Italian Sewings, blaok
and assorted colors ; I case triple chain Gaolcons,
for Hatters; 1000 lb. Crude Antimony.

Capital Stand.
Will be leased at Public Auction, on THURSDAY,
2d August next, at 1i o'clock,
That valuable Estate, No. 76, Cornhill, corner
of Cornil;ll atnd School-street, long occupied as a
Glass and Crockery Ware Store, being one ol the
best stands in town for that and many other bran-
ches of business. The key is left at Messrs. \\ ing
t Sutnuer's, No. 3, South row, and the premiises
may be seen by applying to themU any time previous
w the sale.
BY FAIRFIELI) & CHOATE.
0!1 WEDNESDAY next at lu o'clock,
At FAIRFIEI.D & CHOATE'S Office,
Vo. 14., EN'IL'JL-STR ET ;
esase\figured Cravats; 1 do. plaid do.; 1 do'
Brittannia Hdkfs.; I do. Ladies' Cotton iHose and
Men's Hloe ; I do. nett Cotton Suspenders a I
do. superfine white Kid Gloves; I do. light lfa~,e
Priea's; I do. striped Scotch Ginghams; white
Russia Drillings, superior quality ; Ladies' black
Leghorn Bonnets, Nos. 41 to 45; Florence Silks ;
Cotton Shirtir.gs ; Canton Crapes ; twilled IBon-
bazett ; colored Linen Threads; Factory Cotton
do.; Company Nankins ; Sewing Silks; Cassi-
meres; Broadecloilts, kc.
llso-2 bales mixed and Hareback Sattinets.
...t Pvrivate Sale...
2 trunks best Naples Sewing Silk; I case black
anil white French Crapes; 100UU bs. superior lull
blood Merino Vtocl; 150 sides Sole Leather; 10
bbls. 'Cherry Rum.
YBY DAVi I' U1OSAli'll.
Furniture.
On WEDNESDIAY next at 9 and 3 o'clock,
At DAVID FoitsAirl-l's Oilice,
:Ao. 4, UOJVUHE..'-yr]KI'.T,
14 Feather Beds, geese, down and commn.i; 8
Matrasses ; Bedsteads; Dining, Card, Pei,broke
and common Tables; hair-cloth dulas ; L dies'
elegant Work Tables and Stands; Light stands;
Looking Glasses; Secretaries snil Book Cases
Bureaus; Bounk acks ; Portable Writing DesKs;
Wash Stands ; I Fountain,; elegant and common
Chairs; Wiliard's Ptteat Timepieen ; Liqunr
Cases; Entry Lamps ; t Gold Watch and (,old
mounted ; I Guitar, a sweet toued ; Glass, China,
Crockery tild other \'are ; Kiltheti Furniture,~Ce.
The abl.ve ptiticles may be examuinedi ou Moinday.
orCash will be advanced on nil kind of Goods
consigned tIor sale.

Public Attetion.
T bO he sold at Auction, on THURS)DAY, 30th
August, that undiviuled portion of tle Estate,
IateT un ied by Samuel Swift, of Roxbury, which
. as set off bt law to the estate roL the late Z:biid .
Adams. Sale on tle premises at 4 o'elon.k, 1P. M.I
July JOIHN SEAVtLR, Aduc'-.


Ship Union's Cargo, from Calcutta.
O' n WEDNESDAY. August 1, at 10 o'clock,
.At Gray's Comanercicd-wharj; ( north ,nd) ,
50 bales Gunny Baegs; 932 bales Gi ger; 367
beag -Sagar-, nf various qualities, part oule boil.
ed; 110 chests Indigo.

Sunmatra Pepper.
On WEDNESDAY, August 1, at 10 o'clock,
At Gray's Commercial whaiif,
200 bagsheavy Sumatra PEPPER.
BY JACOH PEABODY & CO.
Onu THURSDAY, 2d August, at 9 o'clock,
At JAcon PEABODY &S Co's Office,
A.'o. 12, KILBY-STHEE'1J,
52 l hhds. and crates CROCKERY and GLASS
WARE, well assorted for the Southern or Country
trade-a good proportion of Plates and Bowls.
.dlso-1-i I 'gce Entry Lamps;s 4 boxes 7 by 9
Chelmsford Window Glass; I box 8 by 10 Boston
do.; 5 dozen Japanned Tea Canisters; 20 dozed
Gould's Liquid Blacking.
Puirchasera swill please to call and examine the
Catalogues thie day betbre the sales.

Constable and Collector's Sale.
Will be sold at Public Vendule, on MONDAY, tle
1Sdl day of August next, at 1 of the clock, P. M.
ait the Store of Cobb & Blackburn, in Mansfield,
So much tif the unimproved non-resident pro-
piitous'Land, situate iu Mansfield, in the county
of B1.istol, belonging to thle pesos hereafter named
as will pi qduce ita sumn sufficient to pay their State,
County and Town Taxes, for the year 1819, to-
gther with all charges; st which persons are taxed,
as tllo w viz:-


ju
A.Mtmes. Residence. j
D. C. i).C. C. o.
Ahbner Perry, Lenox, 6 112 58'
Willard Babbit, "Walpole, 3 5 24
Putnamrs Ingalls, Boston; 9 20 77
Heirs ufDanielTifliany, Attleboro'. 3 24
David Wilkinson, N. Provide. SO 60 96
So much of thi above Land will be sold, as afore-
said, to pay the Taxes aforeatid, together with the
charges, unless the same are sooner paid.
DAVID COBB, Jr.
Ofsaid.\Iansfiid. Constable far th-ytar etsI9: .
JAluansfield, June 27, 1821. -.
Constable and Ciollector's Sale.
Will lie sold at, Publhe Vendue, on MONDAY,
the 13th day of August next, at 1 of the cluck,
P. NM. at the Store of Cobb t Blackburn, in
Man:sfield, *
So much of the unimproved non-resident pro-
prietors' Land, situate in Mansfield, in the county
of Bristol, belosgig to thIe peri-sonls hiereultcr mna-
med, !is will produce a sum sufeshent to pay their
State, Ciounty', Town atd Parish Taxes, ilt the
veat 1.820, together with all elCmaags--hich per-
sons arc taxed as follows, viz:-


e a, "


.Auimce. Residence c. c n c. n. C
Josia l'Presbery N-inton -2 1 14 9
El;jalh lHodgcgs do. 3 2 23 15
Brian fall, Esq. do. 3 `2 23 15
Joismh iHaiwey do. 8 7 09 45
Ephraim Lane b Sons do. ?5 2-2 2 so I 80
Abner Perry Lenox 6 5 56 36
Wilia:d Babbit Waloole 3 '2 23 15
Howard Lothirop Eaiton 25 2 '2 .30 1 50
Gen. Shephard Leach do. 75: 8 6 9o 3 9( .
Joseph Hayward, jun. do. 7 6 58 37
Heirs of Darius BriggsAttleboro' 9 8 80
Ge-orge Foster do. 5 4 46 30
Heirs of Danul 1 Tiffany do. 3 2 23
Putwain k Ingalls Boston 5 5 46 48
David Wilkinson N. Provide. 8 9 9'2 60
So moch of tbe abuve Land wilt le -sold as afore-
said, to pay the Tuxes aforesaid, together with the
charges, unless thle sideu atre sooner liaid.
N1ATIIANIEL DIUNHfAM,
Co:nsalle or snsd ManSlfcid, and Colltctor of aid" Parish
of Miansleled, for 1820.
Juanoild, Junie 27, 1821.


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0 THEATRE, 4
WAsJHIN TON G.A' R DE G S. _
SlIRI-. IIATCH'S BENEFIT.. BY EPHRAIM LOCK.
............. ;.,On MONDAY nextat 11 o'clock,
t 3-"Mrs. lACHc respectfully informs thie pub- At EPHRAI. LOCK'S Office, ,
, li-in general. and her friends in particular, N. / 5o. 5, COA GESS-SQUARE,
that she will itake a BENEFIT R THE U. S. BRANCH BANK,
ON MONDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 100 sidles best yellow Philadelphia Sole Leather;
When will be perlbrOmed, the .-t admired Comedy of the 100 sides Upper Leather ; 295 boxes Philadelphii
Wd-hemJ tio Starci; a lew pipes Cognac Brandy, and hhds.
S DRJA1Ji TIST. Rum,
I- VAPP), -MR. THlAYER
LOUICSA COURTNEY, MRS. HATCH BY WINSLOW, CIIANNING& CO
t *---- .ew-York Buman.
t B Ietween the Pil and Farce, Ithe following Inter- THIS DA Y at 11 o'clock,
" c lude, vi .-- Opposite.o. 14, Central-Wharf/northside,
t ALEXJNvDERiS FEAdST, 2GhIaid,rNew.York RUMi d
tir sns iBr i .',:...At Private Sale...
To be spokt t by a ioutg G lIeimahof Boston, hutis Just received-1 case blakek.Satins ; I do. supe-.
iubst apniei-rance. ror larhlemniTapes ; 5 do. Florentines; 10 baled
To conclude with an ODE, called" blue Gurrat s ; 30 ps. of London Clotis and Cassi-
T0wi ,1 utiOEc, le meres ; 2 cases of superior Colrain Linens.
S on oe n'd Ut n, Cognac randy ; t ollands Gin; N. 0
Wrt'-s-IY tioiCitnre I.. COasnd O' nlLBsO Cotton ; New-Yorkintatio n Brandy ; Souclhong
"Wlerl'in ts.iill lie liett l,t li. Clit auc"ts tof th ea; 4- casks of Cutlery, consisting of Knives asdi
several Presiidenstsnl "te U. States, viz : ForkI' Pen Knives, Razi-s, Scissors, Shoe Kniveas.
H'ashigtoit,.'.. -." i- .--.,.'---';.. ...'roe, 10l casks tf Coffee Mills; CameraObscera; Mag-
Visi. t -he ..... -'i'. ,it .. i, icLanthornis; 5 cases of MJill Saes, Htalbach'smaa- ;
to be spoken by Mrs. HT.ter. utacture.
-*,' I--- Jtlsio- Ieases prime Man;itha Indigo ; flhhds.Vir.
Thoewhole to conel it a fa c Fae,. written by e gi;i Tobacco; 150 boxes Marseilles Oil ; 20 bales
celebrated Mrs. Cowley, called" New-Orleania Cotton u 4-0 chests Souchong Tea ;
V O'S T E UPase of Egli Woad 4 bales 3 thread Seine
JHjO'S THlE _DUPE. Iwioe; 3 pies Old Madeira Wine; 10 casks
M)uteh Coffee 'Mills ; 5 Ido. do: Hoes; 11 casea
(c Doors opnea at 7 o'clock-perfiirmnance to Dutch Mill Saws, 1llbaei's manufacture ; 16 do
comimeiie. at past 7 I. Tickets to be had at the 19 bhy 8 Looking Glass Plates; 1000 qr. boxe'-
Gardens and at the lox Offlee. of Spanis Cigars; 2 pipes 'ognac Brandy ; l0
.li. tls. pIure grontid Ginger; 20 boxes Chocolated
AM I1 'I'll E ATREp 3pies Old Holland Gin; 2 bales Goat Skins ; 10'
jFASHIN'GT'ON G.IRDE ,ijohns.
ASH Gfeww ieces oftirst quality West of Englat,
i----- + r --- t-Cths', blies and blacks ; second I|'.--AI do v '
E hu 'e, black oid dahlb super.. West.,i ',gLin
"I. *:r'i-t/CTULLY tiilaruis ttiueeiu by l st -Cil 't i *: i- i d-tre milled. ._-
of sever-Al gentlemen Ih intends o teii-g the C -Q V ro/AY.-Blck Sarsnets ; 3'!tald
above The'-tre, for twro nights only-, out N n-kin Cra.s; 25 tale do. do. Canton Crapes ;
Tuesday anld Wednesday Evenings next; ', -. '-; Black Silk Handkfs. ; ltl:,ck .r,,l,,,
ts .- 1 Figi'ureild 3elarsets ; B',ek IkhI.-r, .nes
WITrr HlS COMPAa-N, Bir lie having made coniilerable additions to the saitre
sBY S, F. COOLIDGE.
l-'Fnor partietliars of the performance, se,-bi~ll5 BY si F. COOLTD(4E
", F rpalntoears of the Iper'snee,'( sbis ()t WEDNESDAY next at 10 O'clock,'
of tihe d(ay. Doors open at half past 7 o'clock.- Ati DA ex t 10 oclk,
I-ixes 50 cents-Pit 25 cents-Children- 25 cetnts. A SAMluiL. F. COOLIDGE Office,
Chilhen only admeitt d in the Boxes with families. .'o. 15, Ct., TJ'.4.1.-STJn EI,I
.ulv 28 6 cases Italian Sew!!g i SIk; .-1 L,ales br,,wn Shaeet-
ings; 2 do. light Duck.; I ease C,brhie and puiple
TURTLE SOUJ P Prints ; ,!o. !i:;li La tici ; ei do. ain,'s.lsi ; i ;lo,
T FINE green TURTLE sill he served up Hilkfs. ;- I etc. .reach Pins, in lb. iiws, richly
S TIIS DAY' flont 10 to I o'clock, at B,, M turld i1. ri.
d.MITlI'S Tavern, Nolth side of the -Market. BY ELI.S A PAiKS
July 8 h Li L it HA PARKS.
T!.15 I AY at .12 'clonrK
T RE 'For thlie bent fit of theL Undren ri terms,
All tI e )r I causei of the i louse No. 29, Union-st.

Sugars, Groceries, lec.
"--4 k On TUIESD)AY ext at 12 o'clock,
At FrtANsT cs Wt.BtY's Office,
., 10 .. 9. I/I Y'-S'1 itF,',;,
020 boxes superior- white Havana SUGAR 2'
I-I do. bi'own do. and other Gt.OuCERIES.

The' v'veW Picture, Silk Goods.
PALTrED 1Y COL. HE .RY SARGENT, O THURSDAY, d August, at 10 o'clock,
S open tier public view, ast t le. 1). L. Brown's A 1sav
rooms, No. 2, Coudromil-sqtare, aldjniunig hits ,152 bales and boxes SILK GOODS, consisting
Academy, everyt- d'. from'9 in the mornintig tll 5 1 if checked and stri:ed See-suakcr- ; Roniais andt
il nle Evening. Admittance 25 cents. Bandantas. Catalogues will be ieadv and the Gorod'
nuay 20 epistfI m)-i e examined on and after Moniday, 30th inst.
A.VOTICE, until thle d(ay of sale.
r -IHE subscriber cilers his services to thle public ma c
L. as a )Merchaindize Broker. Apply at his Damaged Calcutta CowA flides.
Contilig Room, entrance at No. 8, State-street, or Oil MONDAY next at 11 o'clock,
at side door, opposite Rogers' Iuildings. At Gray's -zoharf, Charlesto-wn,
(rf-'Particular attention paid to the article of Pot 700 Calcutta COW HIDES, diy and salted,
and Pearl Ashes. damaged by worms.


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-, '- .* ve ,n u cMS No S9 rMrlbo-- y" opvafvv n, i cnv' Umted State of. .meicn, g FFERS his services to .his friends and.
JWILLIA.-I- 1 ^ ,.lASTE. MSS^ ^ij.Oz r et b s leA ElS9 ve TA^1 p:. SUALAEn RN 4&D'c
at Z y .4 r.... r': r' o ill "as ollosI ; s ro'-street,havet hor sale, a large e and rexten-y ve busiIness abedrs be et inr the tat s tpubhc, and will attend on thTr call
7! Y WH. AM -A P X 4^ ^ ^ ~ rn lh las Tl;n inA ," or chic Roos saubsp tsrs *,t o c ruibers by tlem bave t oifi o St.i Jae tribl e,>l' "t? ^ ^ IM O ~ c -OR
lc ; a. -- ---- W IL L IA M "V AU G H A N M AST ER.- .. .. d11u o .. tTRSU A N T to a w r rjrant from thee rion. o hnn- T E T ec n o r a

p=---- until the 15th October, B assck Mortmoccnt o ffast ery desct e urid speior that th Sey venth-staeet, where thock ey will ao- e .t sad..udge, .o...e i e, a o.0 M ID -T ec d dB Ua
O S o whNo early wilL e flower weeps, Kdfle es Ing!S rES, nw dred y beli le an d ped.ac ,e or arrying on aicK a ; t cri s,-ooav e ...l OLUMiUS was "u e i J England, by
T he re l e pillownary'sisGrave, in tary heaDesert. wi leav q Ogdesburgh, every Thursda at Denmk Satin Shoes plain and figured, with and that tsh 1be executed from th best of materins, _United ates, o a ut o n e en. Jon Co and was selected, after a
s i P.M. Sack et asonevery ayat P.M.will run an. without heels, w arranged of a ver superior and S .a wtorkmanike manner-they hae also o r .. o e exal..i .o the et Hors ot .s.pa. .ar


w :::heeteSrcsepte o. arre ate it n oSndybo 9AM Fre3c urtnello Sh oe a great variety of black Fal ^ t ritl to teluc he pri ee, ad wil e o" !e h^ e nte Coast of A ic, Sto an ,ov,,ce ot New-Brunswvick, from tienae tBo,-,
ie the wigtl.ls oi Tiersl ee e -i e the last Th i n fhice colors, tote oi npied ytlie back'of St.ames' give Il e meotal, pluncts and ".mel naS ton and pres Uted byq. G


The r soif o e S ay, uln the 15Lh October, Black and orocco Shoes, of every descriptions b efort sorid atJe v ent set, wahi e witdtos. drnal e g el, i itll, t ae l B lsl 0 MU S
.And low k nisi h t bed;k w dand weather permitting. Ame br 1e Bos lne and coarse Shoes and Bootees ahand without e Nyorth. person eentereted, will take edotice.nnd govern -AgUcuittut o interest of hs n0veStUi.
lNo'early wild flower w eps, Ibeetothre ee iesrid ex .. G t odesf.Shes e .l.... .y trtag sta tertai schoonernthday ofr veJeuly, in the OLUM IUS wns a purd asked i England, br



Gi ucenotap h tells hssaworth, S s ro A C tivtoryin hu t line, ano t beqm ingmUieSAles L H Rrs o mco n ohund red aridtwentyh
WhereN o sculptur'd wr eaths proclai d. Sh, will av Ogdnsbur every Thursday t DLi ashi n e a ld Variet Shoe Store thanig t1l m en to work them. tt> 2, it. G. --cInsive .oII C I Sabaih d ways silch m ay iftervll
'yThat the stran lumberha ingds herald of truth MILLIA M Ake r iNG, Managing Owner.et 3 P.A.MU h ADGER informs his friends and Fiftclassdo. rowing larger s-thyreamhclld- O tn1ao' cSd ''n Eug c ea tionofe coney or isdrese.
ford's Landing, Genesseeevery Staurday at SP. iN. qu"aytotr to a determination in conseqnenced te he wtht -r 'ppre aid 'uni t btir an 'l- ed h .ndm;wa hpedt h Bjjh_-



Ha th gained the martyr's name. C. A VAN SLYCK, o o t he public generally, that he has taken Stoge ing b acore water, and hohequiring ten men, 252 o at Deo t, cony o orIk, at Framinthfaa,.



S.lutt e e tf affect ntuf LEVI SEXTON. No.89, Mark-rstreet, F(on the .west side, two Nin Ihereath s nigh'do'r the sandy wave; invadeGoin ontheLae. and ishiona ee colors, I builloesi ngeswih meala a pineraes ad e ane y platotn oIrt tw pips aL onf te Unted StatTTes. ton, aces above e men Coed, t( r four months oru-




But the tea.rg of tre waiderer bedew Prid te Jsnes D iiver Tobacco. aesorlhent of fashionable BOOTS and S&OES, vrantd h - 600 "'W .bu ears old thedu0ig atheseason.
The solitudeaprofound.ely grave. .tT lv wt N y MARo n T at3 1 prissesi b1aci and col-red Morocco and Kid Shoel, ,Bo. s, for water oe Gardens, s g 50 N lndows, ralswill sbe t se a s old tociely. forM i.f"ronlt




P.e r i o o O Ieaee". _r OLI Genessee River, every T esdy & B K oroc on Leather wifretnwootsortt i and e Saan s .u liCto e inferior at d ance |Th m st v aluab l in us for .w l.. .s ,b I ne- terme i.. n gl. ad
T -AVE fgr se- hds. prte heavy long lis b. Kid Shoes-Misses. and Children's T large sized Engines yt in usthe, wi COltheseco u ND Cuesa yo f UMPTeun eppe i rey; hiepoints, oew, mce and
M T h a hi l k e" e er a eth i n ow e ak aes Rver T A ar d o lot y a i e a An d slin ... .. ... .......Gotu ufaol e. .r. -, o Y y t o e t p ..t ry u note
Tht ilok e'rah nie;Bos-f.i neadcarse Shoes arid Bootees, 1,1 I persons t-es d-\iitke ~t~ n gea-Agreiu'lneet thsntvSae
T h h ar ring t ar o a m th rr ve fi gd ns ur h w th a l os ib e e e iio olD | f t" 42it- w ll t ke v ti e rd o ev",, ,u ali c t it h s ti eStt.




riv ttnd i O dentt s.rA lt sutbureceivnle fob r d li onoing predtt on Gntlemen's fine Snd common es Shoes and Purmps. t et, t rojc i ..o.e .an o n 01 4 themselves accord ingly. _.Tths i e orus tees have placed Columbus inder the
Sizedwilo.foreonctheorABiesrnandES Alis,.e.ned o b ,da bestH M E I S ethisthirteenthdayofJulyh m the care of the stibwl ri ade w anle wil he at-m'the fol




31KIG al its vaSle riou s bnces and ot WOOL* workanhip n ttelwstpie.lt ld xr ls,~ranted^^ ^^ equalin^ every re;:si .. ^^. 7.[ ortefget n i esi and gracefu,;,his ~trteas, unt,,nus powrin the
Ne'er drop on that cold stone. Le (wn. APORST E BARTO' L e fro o p" ... s s bl s ,,e 6- C o.;oratsuanutto, t 'A e eI d oz -p a irnden tl twnsDer Sosr -' e i.h ,( hich 1 l n t im n E"a-"
pay that stritattention that illn:erit t.e contin- g gTOC FOR SJ. LE ..S u ", -y ;;r dll* ertee> ny-n igdi 1 n nt ', las d n tle a tihe
uanc the same nt htorls OLD CO ANoLUMBIh LAI TNE Ge n. B;Oat RT JAeingy 2.1. :e;uI En glish construction repair ewnn-cy company each btte. nng ido, nr the iraf.t, coach, or road.-
No e. 'ptdt edlls nm r oi woru Sacketsg HarbourL AL aT C q aht Ogdens- Iv Y; i t oeranimpovesrd soy ns to .play frtreq iun easmo r TeIS A) n .^ ARIS ae rha bt om, ricotu -Leahp e 0olas,
No sculptas r'dwreaths proclaim,s burgh, el d CvISEXTON. I 5Fa. tonableand Var it y heCStore. thanig'h men tol ave bworkth eemlor- 9 2 .t t -- Ahm.elu .sive.ora; s o -lar adr ich mn o .... eovee,
-Thrzlmetgatite sl.mberh u frefAlV1 WluyNG One ,cADGER 60f or nhis f riens d. .-. At hwton, 1intier county of'Middlesex






Sf they will S)I tir stock at cost, which has been gFitclaes, sido.th L evers on anew construction, work- ing wi-ho.tcougignotihsanig d try- .-Iany '- owners o Animas wi do not -ove wit
Hathtgaind e Ithe martyr's h nameANf t W OOD, pOrchased ; lion and elsewhere, at the eowyst ed with case by two men. or good w rhysdiclnsgd urous dm of Medicin. tl pro; fcal, the meyrooyillberetrned. The prnceis put
LEVI SEXTON. .No. 89 Market-street, (onIt the west side, two -blacincs to exceed th se oft. hKdouble.ch O.- f.& _.'-. a nd Concord, eso in o f M iddlv aiesex ; oi iAops













.ieo t ehistedea oaif fet iont r u ,e ma y 19j I ,, c Malnga Wi, blute Broadcloths, various qua itley oCas pieres ot Ml0adelphis, June 9 ep~w rtfy. a ms ighbor Benj-imHol Bah1g doe il ad wv cI0y beuSa a lss t oerdan.t fie ld, county of Essex. kle will continue his rounds







Br ut tme sn.hessrct Nov afec An ion -streetwe r a m u v r ty a om M dor s omCourt-streea*t, recefinty op"bor e r 1 f ultereofirt sO iraoower tonl eIpletncesAbovo.oa oihoan ction h f A a e mef' be ".. om at t nsl le
T TI I PIHRA, r JAMES CARTER, spotted Fawls Cassis n iniaton o H O kid Me ino onlsn m;, A asualties willbe bo e meat pekof t IOUp onth nners.
oarrith S olssupplied with Books.oadnav ;nl te sa ac 1llias; whA Iienr\e F Sheetiers; ct al o, an nl eff ppoiew the Old South Meeting-House, Boswhon, a hol trt ot the ab s ,re eto a agi.. P I' 0, 'I h t








< 03,Book Bindinig done at shor-t office; M English IRO)N, flat~square, and round ; with nvn Table'Cloths;* I";ine Dmsk English' mul ^t H A just received, Ladies, OffilUSTOPHIGL COOK. on which Coumbus wi, I be at the places .above
But the tear. of tie wanderer S OObedewPri e aPnesRiver STobaco... 'e"yassortmntoffahonaleooT S and S N t e ,e .. I Apl 60 Iu to duringthe season. -









*Mrs. HoOatings and Miss Mer itt.E wa LndoncrowowlwooW G L .Set gtnss l .0grt v of 0"aS ^ y ^v1' ^ ;10;^ jau^^ l -"lh 6 8
AdThe in e ..o... o nly g ra e t li ipedC d Columbusis6Ys years old the '20tha, g inst ; 16,
1 ,-O.IVER B. i RLAN D & ..... O C mlblirlsin s If will one s tre a P . 5.








"ornhI ERll, a tli ee oAB OT .ater-stret- entra e ...O.. .......EL. ah omtilis is rad .. .. Bands, B..nchesBraid.s,&c. t e ads highm an d s wh t h, 15js temed hEngland,2U;
in Wtr .street. Ladies -resses cut and ma'dies i of atel asoASH (50 cents p po. tl) will be given, for n l na a all of the newer l or shi on estajoyed "ormer sleep, wh "ch he had no' i ose for June Li'g 7C, h, Ih, i l, 30h a July 0th,









ever deo m tiith ecla neatness ; a re- rst quaity'HOGS Bl STLES, at LANE k "b .. F, "o a 1'' ls 1 o.. .. s general asstment yearsihe waosagin etore t. strength. n u e ti0 21st, 23dt August 2d, E d 14th, 15tu, 25th,
G Ins m 'Ladie. Iont e t s IE sale 1s above. 1S O )lae k ans i u redend.p iellA ridlE an di ;l-l n wIs o ono -oe-s" s -0 h o th, 5th, 6th- 8h
It .,.. ,' .- ] IA V E 1or s ale- 30 'hhlds prim e hea vy lon g' fish K ill Shnes----V issues' and Chi hldren's hbl 1 'r largea sized E nines yet in use, will ."a -O U GlrS ,qd Vj C OA'S U dl.X PT IOx.) G.a p~ rey ; Ilia points, B o~ie, d luscle anti
io c al 1 a D e s e e t o r n o v 1i l su t i T l t n V l a H l e a f J a m e s R i v e r T O B A C C O o f v e r '- s u p e -, -I .i o ..ie t I "e.S W i r .. .; JuneS 8 td t sy m m e t r y a-i r e J u c h a s e a n n o t










tS Salri. AsS, ,E. .IT T. ..g nLtt eehr,-a idco, r "latid oored forocoKiand l i Leatherdo.-Gen d.Id schaug e rior lar s S at n o v water perm S- new ehn l Bsoam t Ch,,oh, MaIp t ho rih 1vr .th 1 "th 3 th











.iB t s at ad 3 t Man- + ,A T RNa Umbre l s des se nati an npan A k A HAIR WORK,fnmnufac- a oj.s Wpnblntts ha, tnaken'[iet A. lin.se A.n net,, 12th,2 I 2hd. d orvle
a o n m n apply s e suitable or'the London arkeH, Bttons n blecf d An on ubo hoesd nm p t ued t the shortest ntce. 6w Juy l t icineeretobre diso ered br Cougband con th, t August 7th, ttn1t ".0tha











Jul 25eA O S 0c e lS11 Boots d Shoekins;Pumtelsl d projectt iilm ore 0han oe dence; pp arid i fa il Wto att ractiport % 9 hpnhof1.thos cuintedw Jte-
StlinGk-st .eSt, oppos te rFede al-streetL July 14 1r fi a d Silk Vhoes. a d p i S, bsct er has for sle, c ei besettal- n.E e ie ngs r eadingtorCoA sumptdod and evenoin thf aL 14nst u 'lture of a5h July orse; th tcm eh,
,ere shew will carr ontheHABIT uand DR ESS- II .... : m an Se.. f. in. Silk; 1 case Flrerntine .1 c.e Mdw...., and.. whol.... r at, o. I Cornhill, wus e re Dr 17tmnyi 18in h l, 28th 30th; anamt alth, 10th,21st, u22d
1 AKN G0in allitsvaosrts Ad osty Linen Pantaloonsf w00 pare r oes. J, e ato, 'i C bon E. &c. a, B E which willNesod ,t ,.y e supplied ,-on liberal terms may 1 lawtA











^BB~iB~g~j^'^. A .. 15 pipes Cognne Bi ardy, Outard's brand,) ep.Lm jui fo cas Chp. mbersl h. -f Cornhl.ll .Tly, I2l. Inafon- -. .-.
,10",s ,t.. ist lo19. rkICI ENGLISH ILK OSIER a classbarrantedequalin.every- DR..it.., HUNTEReS d ,cU ,t tEaSDc E












^^^^ ^ P~ife July 14 -- -< -M-rn7"r- J. WILLIAMSON'S CELEBR^TED JILLS1. Tsi tu H e2 1 s
m~d. 0 st C.ot Shoes; and Lea her. SMITHih LOxE'- .PatirW EconomiLt Goffee Roasihr.Ad Iv ACI m.h stheverouee -a tantiicrdeasing A ndm A c is trot-ouses, Andhs oodwerlt)thf
aBALE S clean CorleMties W OO L, free fr'om CouMt er traders supplied o u the m ost re snr rbl e LC1 t, r <.. I I' ",-To o Ie t a n T. other mant u l'ac tor at ;. L v: v .. .11 h1 1 it 'r t htI VA proof of it good tila ety s it drarft, (whin c nd s1;1 een t iS ,4e, ink hse. Ttu npk-
g-a .t iOh o to thsosetLadies wihd nave favored her 1' ;lT. 'de r ."d. cfritTr eeI, a nd a,. t thon


























s a rI suei oun 200 r Re ,L e I Sl n GLO ,> t l ls hn t, r id le n-.S e of so dan Ion th ,hold x i let s fcon ao"o The hu Ln
tOld L'thei ofMai Stages, from Boston to Leather, superior qunhty, oa....T..silu.l.,1-perior quality, consisting of .. ..,OVED.. C Fl,,." l O.AS.ERS.J.".. ,,'oni s arl- as p'dssilet l, y et basii ness .ha s o0te 9n been e- ent v fitted up and nw l pa her ve.-d and pained
.- ..ontreal; 200.0 urred el Skins Ladies, rich embroidered wIte and ,ack Silk f 'rJnt size can no e ot "na Ih des n oman, who oth ise mig have a is pe'ftr air Appl at S. -- DLAM'S













1 EAVES 8oston on Mondays. Wednesday, U0 doz. Morocco ,L,,in g Skinst colours.) IHose, t h ent,- J Tunin ; at 0, So been at trl is present dav in health, and usel'i m.m- ,llAe. 1, An Court touse. eptl ma SO0
p and Fth da ys, at 7 o'clolc. A. M. and arrives 2" pair Seal Skin -oots, retailing $ -3 25, l Do. plain -i. do. d.b and slate colors do. C.alv. .t-stet- Baltimore (o su.ch ot aget i o s c.y h, To prevent similar ocurrance l h














at Francesthe same evening. Leaves Frances. 500 do. do do. do. suitatli tor Southern Do. blick and whle knotted or rib'l do: as m ; te by hIm appointed) to whiom hl(equsts te pr submits .an fasy, eiiple an. sec-Ie TO E LET,
town at 4 o'clock, A.M.; dines t Windsor, nd Market 500 pair nailed Shoes. .Mens'very hey plain black and wi Silg do. all rde Iay be address, and wcnsttict repair- e thodt cay re e same, vazh :-otte Hunter's C do CHAMBER and Bed Room on Con ill
arrives at Roalon same evening. Leaves oyal Curried Horse Hides, Sheep Skins, and Do. otsiz bck andwhite do. eve prompt attention. Ihe tense. a ted ric one dollar, or six b ts fr p csand situated where Dollar or five Gen-
"ton at 4 o'clk, A. M. n--d arrives at Burlington eas "o Oi- le at, -, -Exchange- Do. hli-k and whiteoSilk alf do. rib'd and plain, th h e oioro, an ee i i dll.rs-roudwhch will be aiId h pracsal ieisen canfy te acco'modaed wit Board, on very-
same pprvenin. s tothe above business. street, by STEARNS k BICKNELL. Do. colored, white and black spun Silk .ludo. States 's hhuoerto prevent h roaew hv ,.iie on the come laint, dce cribint, th l the ghod terms. Please to call at No. 5d Cor hllh t















;AETUR NIV -'Lpaves Bur'ington at 4 J.ly 14 Mens'and women' arge. an heavy black .ior fin thn *1 I l i new al-su ly I os erbenexmrtoms and method of ture. -These Ptilfs July 14
o'clock, A. M on Tiies al s, Thu rsdays aild SaT, .l .- ,ey J .r T A ite S. .k Gloves spun do. ." 'Iwe ..... P ,,f. os ltser s th tro t o e lt olat er with Dr. Hunter's ction rwd r, are 'n ( w e s r Ad i rti fr















Ardayst and stves at Royalton same evening .- ... NA H MAN ADAM S, Tlyey have also for sale, at wholesale and retail of te fs undlaity; and he ftl'log thattmcar wi :M(efualeprevSntatevevandremede-.insthe pvn. LO Tn .
Laves oalton at 4 o'lockA. M. aId arrives FEoS FOR SALN, a vey tnsive assortment of Cotton auI Worsted sew lhi estimation in which the e he bu 'e th dsaas, h r obstineort;ret- AST week, between the old South Meethg-















at Francestown.s.me evening. Leaves Frances- .t his Store in Charestown-equare, Hosiery. 1m June 16 unauber ofth roost respectable oltizens o ilatti- cent in(ectios arereoved thereby freuptntly in 4 house and Boston .Nek, on the Main street,
to nt 4 'clok, A.M.a rives in Boton at 1000 first quality Brazil Hides, suitable for Sle more, who hnealll e provedby rs o pean e nc the ben t ructor- i ou a without confinement orrestint gotGol std Ireast Pidset in Pearl wirh Topaz d-ntreany
4ocluck,.P. M. Leat..er, OE IfaJhnd Ca n elsewhreat the lowest e I if rom the useotren. In all l. e m odes Physielta s -various kinds o tedicne tillI rs tel, te t oml y.wTfloe returne Ihe prticeis put
Tow S J.hrough .Rc K i t passes from Bostaoner,: 100 do. -do. do. do. do. for upper do. F-HTNEY & HASKELL, No. 29, Market- 'r" rtrsie Leer 'dPre for Not re and eor'd at laet secrecy. Ask for "Dr. Hunters too reward bn leaving it at No. 28 Market-street.















Charletown, Medford, Woburn, *Billerica, 40 Madrass, ) street, have just received, an extensive e as- ommo u'ss iv msLevernSea t tothlel-mNostarisad culebrte~d av i ls"-nione are genuine unless signed ow d J
liqre-cifidiv iltn-ibrs his friends and the pub- 'w t VA J. CO lv frsl ', ,,, ', ,", d ,d "i.;,( S."V rl''. MERR IC-K t hem Lcaan'slevpe omforrabwy, all]sit illinceing without dateevery'person dcsirnuaof availing-ofthis Yalu-
















ChlO .sord, Th yngiborough, hun stable, Ame erst, 00..0 Calcutta, b GOb .n SKI S, sortment o CANTON oo sA viz:--itbfo udlson ia t-ba kard'CT. Co..ay. -- r sT
S ou Vernon., rancestownHillsborough Wash. 000 Moga e 10 ces Nnklot r ap es, v various lengths, from 18 Ph adephi, June 9 epS wcertifythat^ llo n lees are proBen of their glar -- N the viini ofe Old Market, yesterday af-
in"tone Goslat n, Ne wport, ClaremUon-oet, ee Cornish, 1000 sides ot Sole Lether, to 23Malards, plain a.d figured, of every shade and sp iIr eficac. tr on id Moroco Pocket Book much
einds or (Vt.) Hartland, Woodstock, whearnard, 200. Sheep Skins, superior quality of color,and the best quality importedl, Crape w oet, andt sAb ald 1 utasl atc ,eek, or Sil-The two boxes of your Dr. Hunter"d cer- worn gedwio'kl pnemtwitelt.i c.te a in,
ovllon, w andolph, i rookeied'with gr iamstown, 2He 000 Kna psacks, made from 3 1orse Hides, suitable nrmsses; with bordersoz le so e ;o r -tor hil u1 ... ,ein efit f' inom the same ki to f ed r. ii unte', so s to lijec- b o Dllas at I .,n olt tie in, o- h. "
Mo't er, W ebu lto,-WillstontoBur for covering Truks, 5 cas CnfitlonCrape omblackzetts, assnd colored s ; t IR Cf C A i S:b a 'conceo worag io n nd-Ic, came saflee through the post aoice; sneC' na,me Thsefind gl at a be stane c.y
i) t on, then by Steamboat for Montre. ,- 00 Calf Skins, from an; also 7. curried. do. -4 Crape Shaws ; I do. heav 8-4 do. do ., v t ., e 'h "' I ol rewarded by le it at e Centinel Counin
ao h passenger allowed thirty pounds baggVage June 30 S The aSp o ve Goods have been s .elct d witi pationiof re e lt tr a..n ofmdhe s mpethons avt ceased l haltornngr I hs d hec n oRola, A a a ut lCOLN'S GodLeaf h e snufac.
orli., u O tne h unde adt went ....... eqao .. .. -n p ~ r r n l,, ca .e ai i ...... as cXml eler h u, n .- msor ..""'*'L u. L P" atffLr~~d~V ttD I the! s emt wohsc ri ado h ad bso etly fim oten're ula hl SAMUE'" *" L" JA U 1, 1(,lea a .
















gratpasseg .Tue b r -tor will uno bacont- GEO- Li. DEiDLOLIS &c (0. of Nak- anidCntn Cr ape s KS in offe red i jr s .;"'; lswn economi"ze l."S'ely or uIIL monlituine ;^ede J duii; "1"1' "ean e much deil 3im *o ___ ___ ""li *
guarded. Sf hoos any n suppage liess receipted tkor. or 17.39, I )DL4T-. RfEET, sale in town. 6Ln w Jawe;. .. 23 oAn h pposite thep ldso. O t, in ft eting-oo td-buset whole trth w, thanks to your most excel- a .. ... KR WJNT rD.
oStage.Booksabkeptati LEY'S, No. 14, Bak- Age nt s for John S alrp e ssi Co. of B m ingham, Edghand, IF' I, ". e..,toletesl oyoni pesentel ilo o len t,,ciiicit c,restordo i eal. h It isa noy o nly ten A .YOUNG M n, wI l l o in g cqua inethe d in the Shoe
street,. ,Bo ston, and at JOHN HOWARDS, Bur- AVE now open at their ofhi ce, irfour cases con- d;att... t .... ...D ,Tm k E s tHA ustrece vedLade' das since .egn taking them. I O O thing l husinesscwisc sapartnerAto go to one of
SBostoMAN 2 ICHRI SO epm NAILS, RODS,IOPS, Ad PLATES ofeve R Oussi 1000 to 2000 pDs' rw l i- Men's SHOES, of ;;OWlaSr t.fshilo nb Tore isertoise Shelf 1,Sauel y 1. Jones, of Salb y do herby eerti ona ne th Stats. r
e II, o the ..r,.ticlands to rea(L)e bolisereso th s iam srnectnwlgqaniDiapers; Gower-loom t llurti p gs IT, or t u shdesciprt to ns,,thaterylwi b has for more than five year s, heen tr c -1 qton, April Mill lav/stIW1,ot,.


















r.< HarsT iAngKnR, Mitrris f.,Rm spectequal to the sample, and on b, ral terA s.' And Sheeti g 23 h .ind drk Cnl es 4esi4 Alnd uith a incurable, to rentedd wi di din lev-Jue 4th. 5t, 15th 16th.'7 ,2 h
IrH n a n d uis ........l. ...... V30 3 p .. v arityf.. o it ,h fcy a.o.. nrppetiteand llhnt e tire ay depri vedio'steel, ;ean y s I. i 'ted.
".uAMtE WH COMB, td1olt C'Pit'susort stssn --- Jr ye s ; a urnp tures t es; ;nJ stla .. .. n pu e a. rti le s 0, t adhies' and have tried .o.s e s.. ppotd, every t ling ilie .a tg t t J, ,Ol, u a tn tost Am t iatel 1l. ,




















3ulyt2men ofC Fresh1 vmprted J0E uOPEAN an A 3 Snrn~voutt c al- "1ee ce"t pe ;.smstesials porino tirl te lea*st te'*. Plt r)id, you aspyc s o,,soe nd raynloul herws, yloal -^ woly inaSo14ri om te ~tbih
A V E"taken tile[frJ dy nn e Chamber l iN nAT md l in aI n- 20th, 51su, lA ug ystV l tII aIllu n o t o ,a l d t




















.tso, on d-A complete. assortmentt fAm r. ">qual.y o the rested co "ee, ce well; my pauns ceased after the second COO I TE.J
e ryd' ipi nw ih uia de arine a e- t Broadtloths, Flannels, Yarns, ,etL. ,-, f- n ... tooorstrwt h .li tleslconidgei ce,lranig pos- i-trtie greatest esteem in good health, thank- n ,ndanIns, 2 .s wanted immediately. Inquire at





















No. 4t8r CORNHILL, d Thread e ec. k, which are ok- ered low Ior cash. BENJAMIN BOU ANDS, ed it forourselves. Although this roster passesses filiy, Im yours. Charleston, Decmblr 31. the CentincI (;! ting Room. July 14
O il., a'tiTeCorner of State-streetsstairs, H Gapril 21 a8w O CmLESTOl' : SQ ;.EIiaest ter "n.Idntages above .stati, inapvnre-eincnt ."e- Tihse I rLLS are prepared and soldIwholesale r, '1 .,




















y ESPECTFU~LLY olicits share of the pub- EFEPS FOR SALE, gr c,"which, .,1 tlhemislves are quine sufheient to twthe sole proprietor, W-.'/T. CONIV/ T, Cuiem- __ APPRENTAICE *W H'NTED .
H/uit(e patronage in the above branch-havig een UP OLSTR GOODS. hite Lead ground and spirits f Tu enie, produce io universe e, yet posses another anklinplace, th late Mansion ANt D as a apprenie to he Druggist





















solely in this em loy for some yearazheis confident s dry; Red 'o.-do. lia-k Lead, n F t more nimo rant ue yantogo, hl e grSa i t saving ol iouseofl onJlay nytougyeo, Boslon; a-1nd re- 5 ,business, an active intelligent lad ot abot.
ean gve entire satis tion to every employer.En Sprsce Yllo do. erra eci coffee. By roosting t a cse vess, a consi- appointment, ( to vent mistakes! by r r arso age oe ving som know.





















E.' V. would observe that (as competition in this U" ILM STEl AD &X SOJN, Spanish nrown do. whitne and eatty, erblue portion or nts In'vone and strmsnll (.vich m Maynard., k Navc, Corinhil; Samuel Pillshenry, ledge ot he !iustness will he iprelerred. Inciuire
btsess hnas t caused som s to redsue their dorices) i No 8e ndCO ,HILL Venp.otii R "d do. \ L llt k Gin r th oldway fcwlofffnieor aitw lo s t isnow taind, ..H.ov mer-street; Hen shmn, Cambridg-stree;li at uhe .enti..el Con.tn.g Room. July 14. .
ryis.ls.ill e as reasonable as ane. workman's in A_ A juss received a fresh assortment of ar- Linseed Oil,Uboile to and W ite Vitriol a..&ct. consequctly s.uer less coae wn be required e2ennell, 3, Prince-sn.rtoetr, F.Au st2th,1 5trringtot, Ann-st.;
Si rmt o r. f -tt --e --d July 14 _rties in the Upostry line. E, embossed naw, C oC;taidgly ondaso te smpton Grard *l;. Hopkins WakeIie', Milk..sreet-ar no other in Boston. tard Egst ers anthe0t.
--atere Mor .. .*; C....; T m Tru t Georpe WErner Also, by Whipple, pushing gppltton, aton; ib .R&OS.t prsnls disposed o tke Cotton or




















SaAA BOWERS, iuperline 7-8 ognd B-4 ,..] dy si,,Ot .l-s ,.r.a I Mied ranTds "l P ... -s- .- .- -. Mr. wm. W.Taylor -. rs. .. "w.rd C. Whipple, fNewbuiyport; Robinson, -orces- Wo>l CAR)S toset,m:,y belurnished -i.th
INVTELLIGE-NCE OFFICE, common Frmges and Bindings. B. E. mack-owtedy .<.1,l ,.., .l.,,i 11,.. ,in I",.7 Si.'M hi. Murris -Estadr-B;>lierstoa. : ter; lubbard, IHutch~ings k G'-ay, Por ismouthi; the~n, 1,< cr,!l;,,ptNo. 1, Ur.ion-street, over Mea-
No. 14, NElVBURY -TREEPT do ewice.se on haltd-live geese Featliers ; comn vrso 01his friends and l he p;liibb, and hopes to meriL Ars. Dr. H!,II r. Niles Df:miel'.'H0pk~ins, Hartford ; H-unti' & Sw(, Clark ra. HALL & WELP. f.eU .... Inly. 1.
wsTaILL reister Lfnds or Housesn eitnhr for Pn c v ua lrho Bedrs Hais Mattressesa ; Moss do the continuance of their f pllare in;ronage to his Evan Thomas, Jic. C. Desehof, & Sons, Nortmpton ; ea. d is Spaultlio;g, Am- IvT h ,6i ,
t c all e.mortP .at t ir 1o Cuoro nations, c e. i 1n8 b ,,I d Oin ss. Hl o,,se,.Ship andg Sign r ,.,,.Y. Gilding, ilrs ,Riaud Phlil.p DLTig herstI Avery lymouth-and most Dr gists, '*JV E
JYoung byl i or Women fron thecuntry, is j IQ li V is h-isig and 1'pering, ae encears to execute Mrs. N. Wil liams J'IobMvers a. tookh ellers, and rt M.stMe throughout t he 1 H ALi Y9o2ng woman, w2it a new breast
-w, eeant laces o es, any R ei.d an tma w e.beatend SUPE rF BA PER. to he sat ici T ol hisemploers and at reason- Mrs. Phile'rowsn Evan T.Ellicyltt Unionld whre may be had v e rll those justly esldem 5t. Gthmilk,ewh.;svaplaceasWet Nur6e, ingo ae
-c. .,, I R.Latt'-enV -. aten Ecooqu alty. ffee 1 nooasct aue isarHntvrsr.e; lro
























ed to, and all business connectedwith ove UTdreceived by ISAAC W. GOO ,RICH, able prices. Mrs. Die yvid Williamson, Glie.j.a>nc EGf s a n d and highly approved Medicine prepared by Gente m ons' family. 7t ho d 1rechommendatiotsa





















trans!AcpedresaEnably. tf July 4 Stationer, N1.76, State-st.eet, wanted, ariourndypun at liitin FA CYGlazH sIn'r MrK..Daniel Howland I ; T. COW A, i i. O Ai large lscoun. t nI l 14
I129 reamss.up rineLEr TEiy AsiER,hotpres'd, ing, wh o understands Isis sin. Is. July 4 Mrs. O hepn ,ors thy Al2spln Do hsey I country Pyicians, Trwoders ac. nat 1tnH TI'" H ,r 'EDstertni
da unLd wnin e aoed ; asone BeappyPos o o atho,- 00s.pe gr'" Btsunblea hDmS B-rupanro"alquitsoreystno'snegowf "" PRO\:EDDCOFFE.RSOan,,o lsonh di s terM tese es wheo dan gferois n pa i nteid. F.Thisborot es fr o tt. T h m s be



















Go E Os p Ric Ae -11 0 casesream f )ldi 'o, S e tn gsr i a d SEira E ton, Fs h- st e ; T ilgs; I h pei e ,ls np i a r .H s ( ep g ih st b anast aina n A ss st eC nre C u t n o e uy 1
J....-.2 5O Itreal .00 currtadlia nAYSewinglS Skns, adiesrie eerG ed nt, aSd ba Sik foe rret ee em; o e w b obtained : on npia t9it as Acar" sfe, vet g b iAtlloy has d ente- bcea1






















X ASHOP stoagngcho us onnd s ectedndwiys BLAC IG d oz. l M r o in Ski (eo ]AW Fose Ao -streBnets.o T CTig e J 'hipulatsil atc.pins.u H ae rhill t Ao s o Abu bot.h ndover;w v..uisi ,- hae I ds nEst ,-dAWat ,DA-






















..j it situ-atd ether in Cornhill or Maribbro'-st. caskl sizes y single jg, dozen, or it. naiket; N: R. loldtn, Mirket-square f[lall 'e/ U nIIl I)vi *]5 l- s ju ins, if required. An engagement in one of the ;EVuRAL gentleme, or a small family, can
0Ipar i one shold rfen, that suits the views of"heade- ACCOUNT BOOKS ot iki No. 1, Union-street; T. IFrigan., El Ca J ver-str, tGorde nll o g. Southern States wope d be prdfnh red. a luirc at be accommodated with board, by Mrs. HOL-flo
tiserohwt ou' proba'.. con;iinue init ora num.o sets; BOOKSredan' bound ,snoaie sGurutJri -ryI .-oweFa.Toll:nICourtc s. e the Cntinl Co Nnting Hoom. July 21 Dr, t the Mansion-housed. of the late Hon. .
bero years, I d pay a reasonable ret punctual.- may 5 a toan pattern street; Mark Brne, and Cus n Bassett, Mar- mu ump c effer mi Austin, corner of Cumbridge a Hanid
Inquire at the Cenunel Counting r oom. July t1 r" kslt-SIruetto Steo os ad Bicknhall, Exchang&c&.stinect oginsm ey's bedklr a after o iTUea 'TI e o neiI'EDs. cock-streets. Jur y 14o
----e e~in' -- stet b S T fAR s I. B ICK NLr B..D rling, e ,.Atw ood, an d la n! Stevcns, Broa t e- o ha hir Pee ted hye o *r n's FEl 1.\Le of rspuhc ible col.nexios, and .
_FANTUI T EDlwf,-o ahe B StON, street J. 1nrtat, mJihi-l .., Fller, M |ri|'. *Ih, 5Ch6al s C rook tA wse, rcharcnter wih bear th n sricte l. heiruti- T Ks e A OTICE.
PAVING STONES,&1. A castatl o hr ndat i Manfacory CnEus'ing, w. Mou'Lton eJ. Thacr, Jos. Stevens, J w i- .t is e t Munren es i situation as a seamstress, beinS 'a- n/ R.AS mP wife Laney ir- hu left.






















.glHlE c-.uy.ratio ot i--is city Will Aive Nom this 't 7N ewury-sitreet, Boto a larAge as" VosLS.T a, Yazi' Trhaye:r Ly orl, J. Hunt, and ""m. ""*T .. Toh n Cromwell ge o executing any kindof sewing that is me re- Vmy bed and board, and behaved heiSlf in.
dl ay ..o!elirst dat olocyk, .l ,two atd fill cehnds per don for good round p raing stones- .dd sjornn and W. Arnold's, Charlestown. This HE'mb ter a se W e. s owarsp eo taking etgao.t;childrw n, to instruct niem 1a hid all person hsirboring or trustiogter orn my
nd 75 cent S Ir ton for p(spririn sand, and rci 00 side Rd lSonl ma be sed over tallow or oil. ivew l i r luke T e n. e nirst rgdietissupreren t oned-t here or out of accunt, ae I wi sonot p Nky any debts, lther cos -
es from lle decks of the vessels inotinA G -yturns In tI ank to (hose gentlemen E'31l Patitente would dispose oa share in iotn, b at he stiit ogaion in the country, she would tra sing a later this dale. The iuse' e t
..-ie. SJrntB so 00criecetSjs.POVEmonu e E, ROAmSTbe E RSIdet o fthe list csorn- ben eeiv itdu idnwypprdadPitd


























theIesa n l 'o.taii port. T y willaso give 12 1-rirc, whos-at tret y h ave mb s ere i acipe blr making Ihis his s- teit right, for onte m Stoe a eud- t lae g ve tlirde prefereh s ne a e g euid be satisfied witi ha GEORG A BIR .
cents pe running o t for 20,1t00 leei otcurb, and 1000 Mo roelacking. I crtr state, Sat I pave nos inform who fay be disposed to. manfIAture Nem f woral, ihodtrale compensation. For parculars,.pply at Oaio, ty 2t. rark.
and.tbo ,Go she, Atewpo' hclcAremoI tCornivsh, 12W0pairesofS oleat heii. otr, o`3yrs tanadfgrd feery sh 3 5I ade eeBlim r,(r uho~p-rgl en athi vsntday p~ior ehealthadueu ii- Ife.Od.ur oue pi a
I in. r t) atad oosok a. ~d 0 he Sis ueiranity, of p la I.(o. r aband teb sltequalt mortes 'a w. osdo.r theOr vast" number of persons, whoall.-ulese _,t ,o ,dMroc okt okme
atoPancetou, r sa meo ph, nihngok LeWitave s tora nces. 000 Knapsckso do. to. *sutaleor S o kc utabern D resses, Andwhitehknottde ors, .do' uAshapy 1tebyIi tist api ntse d)eral whom siuech ,ek d S| T ot bxso or'D .lutrsce onte vt v w.tdsru;cnann
h~l e atti e dproprietors, u b miep:ckts ofIiva y l)r ant S e"s ln .c : o l r a d B d stt a i g o J s 'h B w
Curie Hose HidsShep kinbestewe1p ndromp t a teda'. hieextensive. deand so o
arroi~ives at Rylo aeeerb~;4otnWing evstI0nto Bu-' tancovringTruoks, 5' case lnonC rak, lannd woinredoh.tmiysCffe. i eensa oeenw r a~ytie 2%-i.lde Psceaoe dolal t rough iy ue p st o ice ; -leaan tly 0 s. tratc wTh e finde r r wil e Gen-r
Burlingnstoonaa; lo 5 urid .theenlght fed altbeiemoreatitile neihou r ingna I lan t s ron n~hwilIi oudi rc~cl Ielew a n Rded by le oavigi t te e ntx i nla B oaronin v
ton At 4oaten :SeA. .nthat for nries tN sFo i o iea-o ,Ecang.e- Do. T-4 CrAndwie Slk avls 1(to. rbhe n avy n8 d ina tbaveh pesret bsvethtte hl
Eshptr~e| l a e hi t o n s a g g ueet 0 'L L .he so. oln e G 9ls, hie an c b ensl et d w hpack s un S lk r i c c m ',ct l c ltrtt tl t m t g te I os ud s eo ilthe s rp co m plaiec a e ,nltld o usri igh f ll)-hed gu ood t or'll 1 l a e o c l t J L1. ,SC o oil eaf n t e
gr~~~~tis ~~~ mn ude n w nylo n se~~ 'o2 'u u aell arid nom ns lrgse as comphe avy back rtiant "a wdlasgo enoo- izJji largely of the"Roasterudsec ert oyerad h d b e e ul ry t r .Jfy i
Baa~e~grTh-X XG tenrpreto Brs 'llnteieuf G O .D B O S C o~ningaton ato 4rapsJisarloffeed in '..I' o ,f llsIe-keepers..d meho f' hee ils ll 1
,166k, At on uesiavsThlirstw.--ail Sa- wote ilk lovs ;spunatotIeudiedh,; ,d."'ing' ,whi-ihil itbecameirinnevuehvc S31n.li.taI-
I rable andean rv esatgg iage te ss r nee evpe n .t They 9,hav, also ,iTrE slecatown. \ l Ja n23 .(Iet r hi..,i;;., aetslo, lr'e tedi rr effre c-btu alpevntativeandks to yourin A!sthexce- LOSIRI'.EI -i' vT,
S1tage.Bms Roya ton at I4 I o 'clc N. o. l, arid at* AgentF Es FOR. on ShAr LE Co'Brlgam ul ,I e..etes.e YOUNfCotoGad orte senth, welukiol n wic cquArahlib ted A iweknbtvtheheoSothMetig
!itigtt AV no pen a-thei offie,-ibu ease ecru WantdIves. ., '1I Ba-fi.,arte, t stagestoroOftlStnotdiseasen-cdtincwestord to eahh.It i tn-w-olyree
t~t~ee, Bostn, andat JOHN IIOW RDS, B r- t. rainig pate -e~sof ever desciptionof Mus tmorennwho have i powevtisoll by experience e the benefit a1 begnottakig the If at-thin-.r.movsedes, wishs a patner t go toearin
toU'nitA4 o'clock -IA.M anar rivs i n' Bo a tit 1000 wirtqaity.g P iecsPftlds, siand lext or SAeLcs (.I 00 o 0 pi e' S iE ,o le.u's ,w'e ii na rtilp:sa t ht (re i e ed ruful )'Niou i w nipease end alo.r lreT,un thIGodBeastern or so, ithIeoriNvStates.ApaCenrson ,h
4 jlcP 1 L ahr I KA .IX R I E. sligtrea iea pntieg dieetf thn). I llaltsileul ild nt | sw.
2 SA I TTERFILD, #' T .P' hich thy ,i~ be lmpy tt.shn te deaies ie dfferen kiesand qulities,..r wtiet 1 y- Yeutr musewarde b%. bsa eapt:| ifoatoneo. thre t Mausnd dnlars, o
.TDow n Ds A\'R thro w ih itb m s fihulgy exhutediytMesss.esah. .too Bosrton: idou., do.'d)oar .ppeeiedbo. uls SE--I8enHASKfEicte with 29eneral tait t c Aliueuh'.r, set!muPstabdelef at t- Post ffice
Chrlstwn N J. eTTI Wour, -Bllria .000 SadrsI1 TltxheIdtol eervdP s -oi re gCn.uind warrnted in ve|qv re soreeoN vejuREei-O ed, 1 arkext-Row. s mo,,osn-vr hthyaey.. .te\V i th grSeat .."I
ro Ihree0yHog. ,waste h had r o stedsieeerid fssistancelaborl as well ed to.
M ut -o1115n :'V sONcet -, Hi Iso ii;nds br to Ju e 3010 3m_ CaEri Crpes vFIon.legth, f.in18ry,`"beone wllirv ng l in msare p artos,.disthesir,Siguheard" llevii 7llv tiO ld A-Ia.:et ye.ste rd ay.
of F.. t-n,. ,,.,-n..,ewportnt aremoe Roasornshe1000 sides of solefLeathern tIab ettospperpycheosisuncertainty iUl tile resuht; ausitwhenoI 0t-ioraetend o
July'5 ptf resh G~oos fo Cas to 3VALU s paB in. ate fint C e'psttorv y la'etwe 'n o nsidesh-r vasunu berfnorsonsy,%oseWl a1t over m cy soh. s yha wr aStte ri oeohretbih
indo-(t. -Hrtan,, Woodsock Banard--200. heeA klls superor uait,. 1,,1tisrt, e is,,ithth suse'i-,I r-sed--' tral It s eaIeuitld n te ameBtoeas Emoucht
ofitsuerioriadth vrevbestqaiy imoth r m tho fedn,'d o Gr)idwllssaipset e lkhara erikand de S-physitia otboxesly to your aDr.i une, r'hich was Goodrn ellNilmm 1tend tion~ ds tran he p o nurd ta inin
lin' go.tonI t.he.n, T, in, si nig ad reervng L200er l tshb e f a crltuionttlis C doffe, it Thol ics a Conc ern ort'- [h eta ofiehyxsof l in e whoclebruate igRomwd b's|ttae. h fndcd toimmeiateg rly.
a fr M nteal D a lfPE ill, r mT iiIas 5crid t.74CrapeDS JShawls -" ;Pi NI (o.hAvrTW8 L,4' .,,o.. do.dty o th ruagte acople, pan Ilulcav we ple; aysprentoeaserv tafterthe secobodaiigi a th eni outn
lgqkso, onehhundredomir(teawenttmentnds eAmer I ., .1.Lie .co T~l,,. ,,',..:, "tos eil, s oo a i L lCOO LN~Vl )
~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ua (]es asteeBodlts lnes carnsi( rs s oplt ,Ii s~ t hn.t 'is Nroaste iht h e fidlest tonl' d.c' haing ro- Wii'h geaet see, f god e'1, lthan- ---aI -- s aned. mmditey.---i-a
abl for o 4, C RaIm, hrad c.ig wic aeoferd owib as. EN AM N DreeS eI t ornrsh's.A for.tOts oate %scss flP." |vnrsh r 'oIecmoe"31-t-keeipers.nig lom.Juy -
Co~a ;oj tae~tretTt'sale, lariit tao8w 1 .. 6w June 23 IJ! ./, heat..' .;. ..tag hes boe staeinian pre-* a eminentvorof t l" bsi"lt A o, S r" eth rdanks o sour "wostexesle'- .,R ~ h' A T
- SP E CTFUI,1. soen liet s a 'share14,Ba"tepu- Agent forJohn haSALE&,Co.og|im'ebiwl, lb, ,ti" them-- Iselv es a .qu n~ iea t ito by lciieh e E s ole |o e'(ltonr, IH' T. lOigI'~v onltJ ( ell- A .YOUNG AlTin, ell l".e T'l"at D .i heSo
Street BostonAnda itM1eAV ionb boebsnh h ov hed ""U p enathO[ eT i office, ourWht cases Cdaon- i'isofTnpefie, t|'dae ti I.. I1 R atouiers0:e nevet t po sslc s aalotbler i' o Frnlnplcte ae M n Io- ", ANIS0_as plrneetth Drgis
I, P- wudosev ht('semeIto nti J.11 tinngUtMnsofTE-Af &s-N,-aidle pero Lt. in o-hits ihtvor adto '1-r rengatth wirle inuba-,a ,l -. 11- i;S melPlsbry ldeoftebusiness w ish esa partn errt o oed Iquir
lins l o n u V iig'n utq te l anri flewhihis fof a nd a w as Irtrs)ial pr~o ;tua nto a ovrsret;Il nh'a mb ig tre ia lie W esent Or Sc l itorn Stant es.oAmet-son wh
h3UiAe as keRICHe D SONmeto'redune their Piees ,NPsols8, An 1d e tra lLocs I t e n I100tia ~ o.2000 ,air, Alen' SIOk o ZLeisne fl. lw l les edAsl"
-. SA bau s r~fFeas al e as an" work n' whi ch Ath jus ey ei v e dhappy- re.Shoawsthe etofal r -sinsF d Oi lfbilrentk~ dsanti quaito ie, t(r wi@ e.ch.a- lcnseq)uently muchiresscto s itho uleedw[lb e tre An swred.Youne sl muPiaest .rleed ; ar Igt.o C.T.Am st. ; ..... n t hreth uan olaso
D: AX & L DI G J O; th, ose onartic es, a n nddto i ng s o ts. a entoiee" l i ", p,,i-p h:/ No rrsi -E stnte-! t he .1o)t e; h hb rd-) u c in s -,' Il~sm h; t e:., U ; ,ll;t ,gn t ,l U Iou sr e ,o e ~
1: 1 U D L A R NtoW n sr hc i llzb~e mo st aih fu-lly =g bye F e'sth rs ; c ar os o l h en a t el bh ,adh.peI to ter t o re.turn. i (fall i H. Nilcs aod riee X e ]lopkias {wtr -ut& S d t har '.t 0-: 1 .L & lirF u. T wou....... tl y~.c rfrne
ROBERTi g hd apeing h iaei os t e e-o re.-a W la s J cb M es, Bookveyas`blli' han d resti :tsted vr yAsth ugistantce, w o ilbeistl esn ld ~ s ~tNre, i EA tIY wo. g w m o ihan wbes
Yoonkleu r'W en fr mih c un r om, e t qulh o the Sampl e, ad ol liPeR e cis. to ue sati3 cto| o h se 6 rsta d tr as u--s.Ph-e Jw,,uly 1'l .E4ie t
w a nt p i s c s of a n y h~ d a ud s p pl w i l b e att nd U S T r e c e v ed b y I A A C G O D R I ~ l tb l e i n 'i e~s .- .. -M r s D a vi 1il.a.o oI Ie a m i n Es igs e a n d h ig h yn a p r o veb le ii nsor meeatdebdG e n l e m a 'safiisy fidtr evo m m a d at---
I 9 re mss eefichLeTloss oERhoteeps'dnot, Ableuntostputs.iI'hlt- hu Ju to tile YOUNGDor %fall, k])oiey ie.sB.I T'ltu.ntITH to attend:
.1.I Iro ndn r ,y c IIy uid,'
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