Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00009
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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BOSTON--II -Aassahusetts,-- SATUDA' MORNING, AUGUST 4, --t--.
BOSTON, JMassachusetts,.' SATURDAY MORNINGr, AUGUST 4, -t821.

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AMERICAN ACADEMY. Vindication of the Episcopal
A ST'TUTE meeting of the American Acade- HI-IS DAY Published, by R. P. I
S my of Arts and Sciences, will be holden at LIAMS, Cornhill-square.
Cambridge, on WEDNESD.\Y, thle 8th of August, .l reply to the Review of Dr. WiVrATI
at I! ,'clock, A. M. and Mr. SPAXKS'a Letters, on the
July 2 .JOHN FARRAR. Riec, Sec. Episcopal Church, which originally
the Christian Disciple at Boston, and
UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE. I in a separate form at Baltimore, in wi
ANDI"IITES for their second degree at the tempted to vindicate the C Iurch from
next Commencement are to attend at the Col- of that. Review by a protestant Episcop
lcge on WEDNIt9DAY, the 22d of August. Founded in truth; br blood of Marl
%Candidates for admission to the Col(ge, having Cemented; by the kan! of'wisdom re
a certificate of good moral character from their In l -uo a ohosnes; with ordered p
ireceptor or some other suitable person, witl he July 1 and
examined at Unirersity Hall, on FRIDAY, 31st -- --
August.-The examination to begin at 6 A. M. LO- W'S EJNCYCLOPME
JOHN T. KIIKLAND, President. IHISE subscribers, r others in 1
July 28 4w HOSE subscrbers, or others ilp
28 this work. who mny ble in want o
THE GRADUATES OF 1819 hers, 1orini eections n il plates, and
& R'E requested to meet at the Dartmouth Hotel, tomn fronpl NewYork, who wild thatten
T on TUESIAY, the at of AuguIst next, te d ton of New-York, who m pleasetoleave t
day preceding Commencement, at I o'clock, P. M. dera of Lnv who maplease to lesuave t
Jt)IN LO (JO N 'Tailor, B rattle.squ
W T.JHAl)DOCK, CUdmirttee. ed to.
Dartmout/h COe7 e, ,li 2.5, 1821. (1-Letters addressed as above, wi
armou o5, o. Those in arrears, are reque
CLASS OF 1802. pament. etm u
:iHE annual meeting of the Class of 1802. will NOTICE.
will be held at Smith's Tavern, ;n Cambridge, MOS B. PARKER, Bookseller a
on the evening before Commencement, at 6 o'clock. A respectfillvy infrims his friends a
RICH.? R 1). IHRRIS,) lie, that his effects having been chiet
,S. K. LIVFRMOE, ? Committee. from the late destructive fire in U0ion-
WM. MINOT, J resumed business at No. 48, Ann-stre
July 28 ... tm favors will be acknowledged with gr
U. S. FRIGATE CONGRESS. has this day published astl for sale, as
HT .E Heirs of the following persons who died STANTIUS and PULCHERAI or
en board U. S. Frig:te Congress, dining her warded. Schools supplied with B1
last cruie., are requested to call on the Editor of n"ost reasonable terms.
this paper v,7 1ook Binding done at short noti
Jeduthan fHammond,-Ntarin., belonging to Mass-. Bston, itlq 21. ep2m

achusetts-James Carrey, orditiary seaman,
jMassaahuserts-Joseph Foxcreolt. (alias Bison,)
seaman, Maine---ThnmassJones, qr. gunner, Bos-
ton-Joseph Picl;ens, boatswain, *Massachusetts-
Eben't 'Re'y-olds, ordinary seaman, Boston-
Ranson hull, marine, Vermont-Sanmnel Scott.
ordinary -seaman, Connecticat-William Daily,
marine, Providence, R. Tsland-Samuel WViber,
ordinary seaman, R. Islard-William Daiiels,
seaman, Massachusetts-Abr'-n St. Jonli, boy,
Connebtient. Spsto, Juli/ 28. 1831.
O N the i2lh inst. I put into the Post-Office in
this city, a letter directed to. Portsmon'li N.
H. containing one hundred and eighth-five dollars,
in the following hills:- '
U.S.Bauk, N 0.637, Washington, Feb.1,1817,. 100
Do. ,562, Richinond, May 7,--" 50
Do. 370, do. Feb. 7, 20
Do. 73S7, Washiugton, July 19," 10
and a Hartford bill Of 5
On the 16th inst. the letter was received at Ports-
mouth, and on opening was found to contain only
the Hartford bill ; the lette- having been previously
opened without being torn, a new v f-F put in and
restamped. A reward of 100 dollars .r. conviction
of the thief and recover -if the money will be paid.
Apply to TnotrT BcirsT'rAD, Bostoi:. ,
36, South-street, Baltimore.
Baltimore, doly ?4. 182t1.
Thefollowing described estates arm offered on terms
extremely favorable to the purchaser, being
tut on sale to close a concern:
A FARM in Gray, in the county of f'umberla'd,'
_ia *few rods from the woollen manufactory. It
consists of about 150 acres of very good uplan l; a-
-4,, i 4 e.-of whish are used for mowinrld4iL-
--.";-.. .t=,-. t.: ""
thrifty young applct'rees, most of "'heh are i. boar-
ing-two barns, a substantial well It..1 -. iliihg
House, twelve years ohl, about 36 by 44 feet square,
two stories high, amnd thoroughly finished, having
two chimneys, four rooms on each floor, with con-
venient out-buildings-and near the house a never
failing spring of excellent water. This farm also
contains a valuable mill-site, with a stone dam, and
is twenty miles from Portland market.
A Wood Lot of 30 acres, in New-Gloucester,
lying three quarters of a mile from the above farm.
Another Wood-Lot in Gray, about half a mile
from the same farm, and containing 231 acres.
A valuable Lot and store in the centre of the vil-
-lagein Gray, 18 miles from Portand,at the june-
tion of the great roads leading from Oxford and
Kennebec counties to Portlankl.
About 535 acres of Land in Gray. being five out-
lots of 107 acres each, lying in the foul thdlivision.
One undivided halfofa twostory D)welling-House,
a Bake-house, and lot containing 100 square rods of
land, situated in the village in North Yarmonth
about half a mile from the new meeting house, and
is now occupied by Mi. Amos Storer.
A yery convenient anti spacious tenement in
Portland, being the easterly half of that well built
three story Dwelling House, boutded on Hancock
and Fore-streets, and formerly owned and occupi-
ed by Col. Stephenson. This tenement is well sup-
plied with good water from the aqueduct, and com-
mands a fine view ot the harbor.'
A lot of Land in "Lisbon, in the county of Lin-
coln, lying on both sides the main road leading
from Lewiston to the cenre of Lisbon, containing
about 3 acres, with a eood o.e story Dwelling
house nd Store thereon, formerly occupied by
Benjamin D. Bryant, Esq.
For further particulars, application may.he
made to the subscriber, at his office in Middle-
street, Portland. SIMON GREENLEAF.
July 28

For Sale-a great bargain.
The most pleasant, healthy and romantic situation
on Connecticut river.
TrHAT elegant Seat at Bellows Falls, late the
residence pt F. W. Geyer, Esq. deceased,
near the bridge. The Dwelling-house large and
conmmndious,Barns and Out-houses, together with
the whole estate in complete repair,-with never fail-
ing well and aquaduict; a very extensive Garden,and
about five to ten acres Land; together with mill
privileges. The premises are very suitable tor an
Academy, Hotel or a Manufacturing Establish-
ment, or tor the accommodation of a large family ;
situated in the vicinity of four flourishing villages,
and is otherwise too well known to require further
description. For terms of saie, inquire of R. D.
TUCKER of Boston, Executor, H. D. & R.
SEDGWICK, Counsellors at Law, New-York, or
NATH'L TUCKfR, on the premises. 2m J t1I

T O be let, a neat, convenient and very pleasantly
situated House, containing ten rooms, with a
Stable, convenient Out-houses, and a good well of
*Water,. Garden and.fruitTrees, and about two a-
cres of Land, situated on the Dorchester turnpike
cad,srx- miles from Boston. The house has been
recently fitted up and newly papered and painted;
:d is in perfee repair. Apply at S. BADLAM'S
flee, Old Court House. eptf may 30

W E the subscribers hl.ving been ap-
pointed by the Hon..Samual P. P. Fay, Esq.
3 udge of the Con t of Probate, in and for the county
of Middlesex,to receive and examine the claims of
the creditors of the estate of WilliamLeathe, of Wa-
tertown, in said county, blacksmith, deceased, in-
testtite, represented insolvent; do hereby give no-
tice,thatsix manthsfrom the date hereof, re allowed
to said creditors to bring in arid prove their claims;
and'that-we shall attelad that service on the last
Tuesday of July-next, and tlhe last Tu-sdays of the
four following months, at the house of Luke Robin-
son, insaid Watertown, from 5 to 8 o'clock, P. M
on each of aid days.
ATH'L R. WHITNEY,? p') ,
Watertoa'n, June 1st, 18:.l.

i RS. S. RICHARDS begs leave
) tfri-ends and the public, that she I
old stand in Milk-street, opposite Fe
where she will carry op the HABIT.
MAKING in all its various branch
modern style. She likewise wishes to
gratitude to those Ladies nwho have
with their patronage, and also pledlg
pay that strict attention that will meri
uance cf the same favors.
N. B.-IVantedimmediately, a num
Ladies, as apprentices'to the above busi
recommendations v.ill be required. 6
i CHOICE addition has just been
Extensive assortment of Frenn
Italian and other foreign BOOKS, ats
k CO's Bookstore, No. 45, Cornhill
Authors in the above Languages inm
founn, at this Store, with a very great
Dictionaries, Grammars, and other Se
Amongst the hote additions, are the ele
Collection des Meilleurs ouvrages
Francoise, 58 vols. 8vo.
Oeuvres de Rollin 30 vols. Svo.
Bolta Storia della Guerra dell'Inde
vols. 8 vo.
Os Lusindas de Camoens,
Tsoro del Parnasso Espanol. 4 vols
Oeuvres de Pothier, 23 vols. 8vo.
Ultime Lettere di Jacopo Ortis, 12 r
Oilundo Furioso, 8 vols. 18 mo.
The Bible in French, and the New
in French, Spanish, Italian, Portugu
Danish, Swedish, Manks, & c e.
0(rOrders for Foreign Books from
solicited, and will be despatched in a fe
Auly I',, -. 6v w
Mi.s.; Hastings andfMiqs q
-I \\i E taken the front Chamberin
den's house, over the book-store
Uornhill, at the corner .ofWater-strel
in Water-street. Ladies Dresses euto
every description, with peculiar neat
tired room to fit their dresses.
Gowns made. Ladies from the country
to call.
Tailorirg by .Miss MErtIITT.--(
coats, pantaloons, vasts, &c. cut and m
N. B. 4 Apprentices at Tailoring, an
tsautkinf are wernted ; none need
cannot bring good recommendations.
July 25 ep6w
Miss TURNER'S second
T lOR the Instruction of Masters an
the accomplishment of Dancing
inst. at the Room over Mr. Cotton's
No. 47, Marlhorough-sfr-eet.
j in the spacious and elegant mansi
owned by Satmuel Snow, Esq. one and
west fi'om Weybosset bridge, and is re
reception of young Ladies, who will b
in all the branches taught in the princi
Academies in New England.
Miss Calder trusts that her consta
for the improvement of her pupils, w
continuance of the liberal patronage
she has been favored ; tor particular r
tions, she refers to the following gentle
daughters have been placed under her
Providence, R. I. May 7, 1821.
Essex, ss. At a Comrit of
holden at Gloucester, in and for sai
the third Tuesday in fily, A. D. 1
( N the position of Neherni'-h Know
istrator ot the estate of GeorgeT
of Gloucester, in said county, flsherma
intestate, shewing that the debts agait
of said deceased, amount to one hun
three dollars sixty-one cents, more
personal estate, and praying that he ma
powered, and licensed to sell so much
Estate of said deceased, as shall be i
the payment of debts with incidental cl
Ordered, that the first Tuesday in
ten of the clock before noon, be ass
time for considering said petition at a ,
bate then to beholden at Ipswich, in
and that said administrator give notice
ron interested, by causing an attested
order to be published three weeks
before said time, is'the Columbian C
- ted in Boston, that they may be press
cause, if any they hiaves -whv the pr
petition should not be grated.
A true copy of record, Attest,
O'OTICE is hereby given
Subscriber has been duly appoiu
tratar to the estate of
late of Hingham, in the county o
f mariner,deceased, and has taken upo
trust by giving bonds as the law dire
sons therefore having demands upen t]
said Peter Wilder, are required to exh
and all persons indebted to the said es
ed upon to make payment to
lingham, July 16, 1891.
A GENTLEMAN and Lady can
S 'dated with Board, with a sepa
required, or two or three single Ge
Squite at M. DUN'S, Hancock-streel

Chur,,ch ttEALTH OFFICE, ':- TMI C "ELLANY. per. The leaders of the revoltsire young, cuted in front of Warwick jail, for forging
. )ch HEALTH O FFICE, 181. ELLANY. incosiderate men; ut have dferent ew, bank notes. More than g1000 in forged.
I EREAS it appears to this Board, frtom a FOR 'THE CENTINEL. a:A different modes of acting. Trsi tT is paper, with plates, &c. were found onthem
rT's Sermon,, yoreport and ptroceeding of the Boardir focf noble origin, has seen service, and shed his On the night preceding their executit a
e Protestant Healthtofthe city of Baltimore, published in the .W I RY COFFEE. blood, in the Rutissian army.-Is extremely en- three wives alnd. fifteen children of.,t e"Pitn-
appeared in public newspapers, that a malignant fever is pre- 1 t. EnDron, -thusiastic, declares. that Independence is his happy men were allowed to visit thqm,, and.
subsequently valet in the.city of Baltimore, "T is my misfortune in my old age, when I object, and signs hiniself AxsLEXNDEi.Yrai- to remain with them a few hours prior to their'
which it is at- Therefore ordered, That loi vessels arriving in Jb had hoped to glide gently on the dodwn- aruAN-r, Deliverer of oreece."* Tironuni.u, on dissolution.I The scene was l- i1t rendi.. r,,
the charges the Harbor of Boston, direct from the city or port varid stream of time, to be annoyed and dis- the other hand, declares that a redress of the the children were all undr-r ci _ht care- ir
lian. of Baltimore, in thie State of Maryland, shall first tubed by some of those miseries of life,' grievances under which the Christian subjects age; and, in order to preventtheir.knowlng',
rdm anchor on Quar-antine Ground, at Rainsford's Is- which are nnt the less troublesome because of the Sublime Porte have long labored, is their fathers' unhappy condition, it was im-
.omp, ined by the Premaina ontil they h. Peysici, amd they originate in ourse Ves, nor the less irri- the sole ead of his proceedings The Turk- pressed on their minds that they were indis-
Sobtain Iberliasion fr.i mu e e of si:d Physicians or tiolng to our nerves, nmd destructive to our isli force, which at the last dates had crossed posed, and sure to die. The poor creatures,
the Commtttee on Quarantine, to pr-ceed to the seregnly, because they are petty and con- the Damfube to suppress the insurrections, thrls ignorant of their parents' f'Ae, in th~'
'D ./. inner narbor--Ind the Secretary is directed torth- temptible. Their very insignificance renders contained five corps of Janissaries-some of most artless manner said, "'0 father. rt
"poess with to cause this order to be published in tihe them more amazing, as they present no stlf- the bravest troops of the world; and lihordes will soofi' hF '.btter;" and, r.n wiltndIg'Itlh-
posession of newspapers printing the rules, and regulations of ficient appearance (if obstacle or energy to from Asia, mostly cavalry, were joining them, tears, requested theirs' -"he r to send fir a.
'1f ay hnn- this Board. By order of the Board of feli.th. authorize remonstrance, or justify declaration to act as flankers. The lower classes of the doctor. Mrs. Bingley fiuited, and remaihnedl
ento isine Attest, BENJ. WHITMAN, Jr. Sec 3'. ,anid prosecution of ivarfare. Yet tuheirpowetr Greeks appeared in earnest in their opposi- insensible upon the knee of her husband for
to the or- Xilanufacturers and Capitalists attend, over the happiness of mawis not trivial-or in- tioninto the Turks; but.the Boyars, (the No- more than .an hour. At the appointed time
em withtll-. A- SALEthat wei l estate m, irin-' op-erative. The mingnanimity ofthe lion may bles) behaved in the most cowardly manner, for separating them from each other, they
are, Boston. i -tree, alost tem miles 1rom Boston, known by.- .'overton by the encroachment of the flying o the mountains and not even taking .were obhged to-be dragged from their hus.
the appellation ofethe Braintrce Iron Worki,and ,., .and thebite -or the humming even-' of care oftheift ricil.,-.-T'i.;r castl'.s anddu.-fl- bands' atm. by act,.al t..,ce, and lhe sight
ll bevittend is now n complete orde fori smmeliate use. The fte- -,u:r. it-e trsr disturb the composure of lings n ere, .f cis-'-e, plundered b) ftil nIs wes tiulk dirO ra.drig. On Friday morning
sted to make etat co niprizesis nutnber of buildings, vizi-one ati- rlo.lsopheir.--tlH't ti my poini.-Voi- and fi.es. The troop of YrseAS -ri'TL ere they were-hrought to the ascaffuhl. Batkn,
July 14 very large woolen one fortlue purpose ol'fcryiilg mast know Mr. .Jdiirr, that I .m u"hat thee foremo-t'in the p;ll g.. of thia property, and whose grief h.ud oem Irhlrned I im, bec'ed
on the work generally, in wsich are a tlargefrip world terms an Old Bachelor, thoitgh I hbve a spirited remonstriance of Tons.is stt tnlie flait lie might be sIl,u.Jd t ive' the fatra
d Stationer, hammer, a f-nace, three stalks of chimnies, waler yet scarce reached my fifty-third, year, and subject was the origin of the quarrel which signal to the executioner A handkerchief
nd the ib wheels, bellows, ke. &c.-a large building or a that, although not rich-in the scale of mod- has existed between those modern Brutus was given to him for that purpose ; but.aftef
yand t pubserve- nishigshop, d abanajoi. s ae crn estimation-I yet have some few thou- and Cassius, The uniform ofthe Greek Re- they were all tied up, and the prayers were
-street,he has "vertedilan o her pugrist 'here is lso a good sands- competency'to afford me thie conve- olutioniss is black faced with red.-Their gone through, lie continued praying, and de
et, where all Dwelling-Housc, two stories high, a garden, and niencieR a'nd comforts of life.min ease, and cockade, white, black and light blue.-The dlared that he could not die. On being re;
atitude.O He about three acres of land, with a number oh vahl- peace, tnd quietness. I live in the very cen- officers wear no other mark of distinction than tested by his fellow sufferers not to keep
a-ove.COe- able fruit trees om tne same. The dam is in excel- tre and heart of the town, in the house ocru- a black silk sash. them in suspense--continuing to hold the
Virtue Rt- ]ent order, and there is a full ,ppIT X water. It pied b1 my fathers and grandfather before --- handkechief in his hand-Binglev, who was
ooks on the has one very great advantage i..; ei.r carriage, me, 'le management of my domestic con- ard l s tUelth i eusre ts ora alellis mind ,z- next to him, snatched it from his grasp, and
ice. for the Packets come within ,n:.,ail-. of it daily, cetrns has long been entrusted to my only 7Tlm Oath As attrue belie vi Christian, and exclaimed, "We have lived like men, and.let
and i ill take away the manufactured t an rviv sister Tabth,who from pure sister- sonof our Ctholic Apostlie Churchb, 1swea by sdieo," and th.ew the handkerchief on
bringaly ratw materiasis th at ay besion uon ly section and care for.me has resisted t the the name of the Most High God, by the name of the ground. The drop instantly fell, and.in
large sadly, would nmae as immense savi on I entreaties, and declined the offers of sundry our Lord Jesus Christ, and by the ame ofthe Hoa- a few minutes their sufferings were ended,
to inform her This'estate wlS be sold on suob terms as to respectable solicitors and suitors, and one At. I y Trinity to remain faithful to my religion and my
has taken her make it an object for any capitalist to become a torney, for her hand and her affections country ; 1 swear to be u.iled v ith all niy Chris- MA .L ARTTIt S
ederal-street, purchaser. Apply to BENJAMIN1SMITH, No. For the two years past, partly to add a lit- tian fBoethrten, for the freedom of our country ; I sMAIL ARTICLES.
amid DRESS 4, Central-wharf, 'or t Major MINOT THAA- tIe to the disposable finds of the house es- swear to nsed he last drop of my blood for the tie- From the Maasachusett, Spy,
es, and most ER, -Braintree. eoptf march t tablislment, but principally for the advantage ience of tmy region ant my country ; Iswear to .
Sexpore her hPresien of company and -society to my sister, who is ; triy T swe-r toklh even myowntr. of eiy fcout NEW COURT O. COMMON PLEAS
ivome 1hem' B y the Pesiident of the United States. considerably gifted with fluency of speech, hiCsot be a traitor to the count -; I swear to o- [1HE Court of Common Pleas, instituted bi
ies herself tin Whereas the President of the United States is ajnd who.likes a greater interchange and corn- bev my superiors fi thie defence of my cnnutry ; L a late act of the Legislature, is, we under-
authorized by law to cause certain Lands of the merce of words and ideas than my habits of i swear not to look back till I have expelled rihe stand, now organized by tihe appointment-of
berofyoung United States to be offered or sale viz : taciturnity would allow, our table roll has enemy of my country and my religion; I swear to the Hon. AaTEmAS WANDVI, of Boston. Chief
iness. Good tIIEREFORE. I, JAMES MON ROE, Presi- been increased by the addition of several take up arms, ont all occasions, when I learn that Justice, Hon. Judge STUoNG, of Leomlinster
iw uls 7 1 dent of the United States, do hereby declare respectable young gentleman as boarders.- a corps of Christians marches against our tyrants, Hon. Judge "WILLIAMS, of Tpunton, arfd SAM-
anud make known that public sales, for the disposal To this plans of Tabitha's, (for it was alto- an. d to invlteall my firieds and acquaintance to fol- rr HowE, Esq. of Nordlampton, Associate,
'', (agreeably to law) of certain lands, shall be held gether hers) as she is really a notable house- low me; TIswear, at ll Limes, to look upon our Justices. 'he number of Judges is-tius re--
ade to the as olloows, vi: wife, I saw no cause to object, and until a- I sweir not to ly down my arms, till my country duced from ten to four; and this (if we un.
SJupish, At oote, in Ohio, in the first Mony in bout six months past, things have been con- is fee ad-te enemiesextirpated ; Iswer to shed derstand the motive of the Legistire)has
. The best landin theDistrietof Wooster, heretofore-reserved ducted in a way answerable to my wishes, my blood, and to conquer the enemies of my relig- been done whitl.a view to .reduce t)egublic
ay always be for the use of certain persons of the Peiaware trine and, I believe, to the satisfaction of all par- ion, or to die as a martyr for Jesus Christ. Lastly, expense in this department. We are friends
t variety of of Isidians, and sudsequently ceded to the United ties. On passing throIgh my kitchen one I swearby s-e mystery f the Eucharist, and will to economy and a judicious expenditure of
school Books. States. day about that time, I observed the servant be condmnined at the hour of death not to approach public money ; but do not held that the Ju-
gat At Delaare, in Ohio, on the first Monday in busily engaged in burning something which th ely ac-ment, d ot fulfil athtjust dicial department' is the place where re
de la Langue July next, for the sale of twenty-seven townships, from its singular appearance excited my at- vowet 'nfuse te image ofour Lord Jesus Ghrist." trenchment ought to begin, or where the pub-
Vz: tention, and enquiring what site was doing, --*-- lie ought to look for an increase of revenue
Townships 1 aind 2, north, of ranges 9, 10, and it1 wasi informed, that "Mistress Tabitha had LoNnoN, MAY 30.-Hop Intelligence. An -tunless it can lie clearly sh-ewn that a less
pendenza, 4 1. 2 6,7, 4, range 12 ordered her to burn s6me Rye-Coffee.'"-Rye account of the total Number of Acres of sum than has hitherto been employed can
1 to 8, ranges 13 and 14. C.,fee !. On consulting my sister, i was not Land in Gueat-Britain, under the cultivation command the services of equally eminent
At the sarue plaef, on the ni-rd' Molay it A.- a little surprised at her information that her of Hops for the last 14 years, so far as relates men, and place the Judicial s stem on a foot-
8t g st nex tforthe sate o twenty-five townships, viz: -ighbour SXinner had told her that by thi to England. ing equally satisfactory and beneficial to the
. s to, 7 rangeS 16 ani 17 aditton ofan equal quantity of Rye to that of 1807 -...- 8,218 814........... 40,571 "pu e. -
mrangesl ..171807................8" 718 ..... 40,5 8 s p l s e
1,2, and3, range 18. Coffee,the compound mixturewoul be equal 1808 ................ 38,436 1815 ......... 42,t154 at the ne arrangement will effect all
STestamen At ai hio, on rst Moday in Au.- in taste and goodness to the bestof Mocha; 189 .............. 38,357 18 .......... ,9 5-8 we most siceely hope; for we view
ese, Dutch gustnext, forthesale of twenty-six townshis, viz: and as it was a great dating she was deter- 1810 ...............38,265 1817 ........... 46,93 5-8 Jdiciay to be vastly more important to
Sownshaips I to 5;south- of range 5 mined to try the experiment. ."She. did try it. 1811 .............. 38.401 1818 .......... 48,5931 the community than is generally realized. It
Europe are 1, ,3, 4, 6, 7 and 8, 6 Although on taking my bevcrtage the next 1812 .............. 38.700 1819 .......... 5i,U14 is, in truth, the palladium of our. liberties
w days. I to 8, 7 morning, I :perceived a -somewhat unusual 1813 .............. 39,521 1820 .......... 50,148, for on it hang our personal rights and all our
1 to .''6, thought it might possibly .ba mere The above account of the number of acres rights to property, and it is here we areTo-
Mr.fer n in June-next, fo- the sate-oh -tme laidls elongiigiT Ry temixa lri .. S j^^,e^,rr- syiorj ,4lW^rIm, dbl tW ... f|Z- ... ..m, T
Mr. Fesen- to tlih United States, in the tract set apart for tie the though I was somewhat confirmed in my o- interesting, by reason of the present very every individual who places any value on life .
, fronting on location of private claims, by an act. entitled An pion by observing our boarders sipping low price of that article. From the year liberty or property, has a direct and strong
nod made of T''erritory and State of Ohio," passed oll i te I'i21st their Coffee in a tea-spoonful way, and certain 1814 up to tiie present period, it appears that interest itn making teis branch ofthe govern.
ness; f re, contractions of the muscles of their mouth the number of acres of land in a state of ctil. ment beth inCependent and respectable,
Clergvne's At Brookvle, indiana, o the third M day that I had not before remarked. Noticed that tivation had been regularly on the increase; placing in it men of sound judgment and ex-
y are invited At Jrookdle, in Itndiaa, on the third Monday these labial velications were not unheeded. and this circumstance, combined with the tensive learning-men who can appreciate
in July Seet, hft- time sale of '24 townshvrips, six:
Gentlemen's ships 0 to 16, of ranges' a2Ad 3 by the mistress of the board. She said noth- very favourable seasons for their growth the vast responsibility imposed on them-
nade.men' 16, 4 atnd 5 ting, however, and the thing went off. which we have had for the last three years, men of cool dispassionate minds, who can sit
il 3 at Man- At the same place, on the first Monday in Au- From that time, sir, to the present, there fully accounts for their present extremely low patiently, and diligently inquire and investi-
dply atMho gsst next, for the sale oftwenty townships, viz: has been a gradual increase of the Rlye and price. We perceive, however, that in the gate, until they ascertain what the law and
apply w ownships 15, 16, and 17, in ranges 6, 7, 8, 9, nda similar diminution of the berry, until year 1820, as compared with the' ear 1819, facts are-amen whose tempers are s,, disci-
10, and t11 the.latter has wholly disappeared before its there has been, a falling off of about 1000 plined, that on the bench thleya neither know
15 and 16 in range 12. too successful rival. NIr. Editor, such things acres. The probability, therefore, is, that parties or their counsel, or, in other words,
Quarter At Jackson, in the county of Cape Girardeau, in ought not to be. I am a peaceable man, and their excessive cultivattion has, for the pre. men who restrain and subdue all partialities
SMisses i sour, n the of sti Mondayof September next, would submit to small inconveniences,.rather sent stopped ; and it is very likely that in and prejudices. We have seen such men,
iN, twillhe t t Townships r0, 1, 32, an I 33, in ranges 7 to 14 E than remonstrate and protest. But I am also 1821 there will be a still greater falling off and have now in our Cotsmonwealth such,
ook SNthe t ownsIps ,1 a32, 15an. a honest -man, and cannot conscientiously than in 1820. At their present price, it is and they are tie greatest ornaments in socie-
Book Store, At theseat of government, in the territory of :acquiesce in deceit or imposture. I have well known that the growers are losing very ty.' Qualifications like these on the bench
JulyA21 rkancas, on the third Monday in September next, therefore protested and remonstrated with considerably, and, as it is not in human na- are felt from tihe .highest to the lowest citi-
EMY, tor the sale f twenty-one townships, viz: Tabitha against the iiquity of this procedure, ture to labour for any length of time on the zen: for the Judiciary is the strong arm of
es tblished Townships 5, 7, 9, and 10 S. in range 19 West. I have stated to her, that to use this villain- production of any article which shall be at- the government, and if the laws.are expound-
on formerly 6 9t10 20 ous substitute for a wholesome bever'agc, in this.I tended with loss, the present grounds will ed, and their meaning ascertained and sel-
ahalf miles 6 9 2 secret and clandestine manner, (for great probably .be partially grubbed up, and no tied by such men, our persons anll our prjp-
ad trute Washington, in s.isppi, on the first Mon- caution has been used to prevent a know. others for, possibly, some years to come, will erty are safe, and it is out own fault if we do
e istructe day in July next,fo the sale of ay lands which edge of the metamorphosis from coming to be planted. not enter into the full enjoyfient of thle bles.
ipal Female are surveyed it, tIe District west of Pear Iriver, the boarders,) was a fraud and speculating Thus an excessive production, in conse- sings of a fride anddenlightened government.
whichI have not heretofore been offered for sale. imposition on'them, alike diccr;edita,ble and vn. quence of the increase of cultivation and de- But if men destitute of these qualifications
mt exertions At St. Stephens, in Alabama, on the first Mon- just in us, and unfair and ungfenerous towards lightful seasons, has brought about the pre- are placed upon the bench-men whio have
-ill ensure a slay in August next, for thi sale of such tracts of then, as they pay regularly the price Charg- sent extremely oow price of this article ;- not the requisite learning-or men of weak
with which land in township eight, of ranges I and 2 west, and ed for their board, which by the way is suf- and as the contrary extreme, so far as an ex- understandings-or who indulge their par.
emen, whose ti- wnship of landinrangit5 west, and ofundry other ficently high :-That if she must Uise the cessive cultivation, will probably ensue, we tialities or prejudices-or siho, through im-
Scare :- which have notbd in he District eastof Pfered risale Ry, she should in allconscience and honesty should not be at all surprised to see them, patience, precipitate themselves into error;
evidence. AtHuntsille, inot been hereama, o the third Moday-. inform her boarders of the alteration. To in the course of two or three years, again at -then are the foundations ouf government
idenc in July next, for the sale, of theisltads it the Tei- this she objects-that were they to know the excessive prices. Itis not by any means im. itself loosened-s.e are personal rights, and
q. Boston. ,essee river, and ot laundry detached fractions in change, they would at once quit her table, probable, but that comparatively the same rights to property become vague and uncer.
townships 5, 6 and 7, of range 1 cast, bordering on or compel her to return to the old fashioned causes have produced the same effects in the tain-and then the unjust triumph, and the
the Cherokee boundary line, which have not been Coffee :-That'so long as they are ignorant various descriptions of corn. just have cause to mourn.
Probate heretofore offered for sale. of the substitution, it is evident that no harm [The preceding article, we tldnk, will be inl- It. is evident that the. power vested in
Scounty, on At Tuscaloosa, in Alabama, on the first Mon- ,is done them :-That Coffeeis monstrously dear, seresting to the American growers of hops.] Judges is very great, and that the public
d county, on lay in July next, for the sale of twenty-two town- and that by a calculation she has made, she have a sight to demand ,"t their hands P faith-
wlton, sdmin ships, viz: finds there is a saving of one cent and a third [The British papers contain numerous ar. fid, just, and enlightened administration of
Parans, ate 'ownships 15 to 22, in ranges 1 and 2 east. per day on each boarder! which you know, tides like the following ; affording the most the laws. And it is ont the ground of the im-
an, deceased, 15e sam rane 3 s we have six is eight cents a day-fifty-six popular species df light summer reading.] portance of this branch o the government to
st the estate t same place, on the third Monday in Au- aweek-and twenty-nine dollars and twenty the community, that t!he policy of the Legis-
dred nine ty- nshi 15, lI, 17, sa d 18, of Itange 4 east. cents a year !-enough, my dear brother, to Pieon Matc for a Silver Capu and lature i sing, from motives of economy
than all his 15 and 16 5 purchase a new carpet, which is much want- Cove.-A grand match took place on vrsley approved oficrs, n a hsty and summary
ybedulyem- 15 6 ed in our dining room."-I have told her that Connmmon, Berks, on Monday, between nine gen- manner, may well be questioned. Experi-
h ofthe eal 15 to 22 1 and 2 W. the Rye she is so friendly to, may be very un- tlemen of Bucks, Oxon and Hefts, against nine ments of this sort should be adopted with
cessary for At the same.place, on the third Monday in Sep- ew holesome,-that it is very frequently af- from Hants, Wilts, and Surrey, for a silver cup great caution; for if unsucc ssful, the weight
Auarges:t next member ext, for the sale of tweuty-four townships, fected with ergot which is, though a slow, a and cover, and ten guineas in specie, y a sub- of evil alls upon individuals, and cannot be
Agosit nexi, f l s .n tht hnst ater et- cript;on of five guinteseas ch,, at thirteen birds repaired by the government.
nourt of ro- Townships 15 to 22, of range 3 west. cue ys, there maye "xr IN OT. e Ieh tromi thle trap, at twenty yards frotim the gu, By the statute, four Judges now assume the
said county and 5 --Yet "all this availeth mc inothin -She nge uthiited Th owg is th number duties and responsibilities which have hither-
th'r-i7stillperseverejest eah ktlet il to devolved upon tess. It is not contempla-
e to alf ci's At the same place on the third Monday in Oto- still pesevere, jstifying the impositionuk &. killd ts killed ted that tis Court ill ever meet togter
successively, her next,flbr the saleof twenty-one totNships, viz:' der the plea of economy, and replying to all Mr. \tilson, ..... 13 Mr. iBuhAn .... 1 2
suessively prm Tuwnsips 15 to21, iu ranges 8, t, and lOwest, sly suggestions of danger and death by an Rogers I Il. un .. 12 tfor the purpose of holding sessions, but that
ent um,] sew- At the same place, on the third Monday of No- emphatic psha-.! or a provoking JVonsense! Maseo .-. .. 12 Fothiergill 11 Sne Judge wi preside, in thie maner of the
ayert of said vembernext, for the sale of 24townships, vis.: I cannot, Mr. Editor, I cannot longer re- Hlerbert . 10 Hart .... 9 Spreme Court. One Judge therefore takes
rayer 'ownships15 tlSo21,in ranges 11,12, and 13 W. main accessary to this deception ; and beg ash . Ill Shone . 9 the place of three, in all the Counties except
.robate. 15, 16, and 17 14. you, if you have any regard for honor, honeson es Jnes.-. . 9 We5st . 7 Suffolk,.and ought at least to be equal to tihe
f At the sameplance on the third Monday in De- or coffee-ltht you will give this a nhsce Him-ton . 9 Cullington 7 three in all the qualiFications essential to his
register member next, for the sale of 25 townships, viz: t, or vo. aer, that yo yg tel Palmer . 8 Phillips ... 6 station; for if he falls short, tl.e people will
n, Townships 1to 21, in rage 16 d 17. mayt see ino the mysteries of tl kitchen Jupp .... Couttenaly 6 not be satisfied, iand wte shall have another
nted ad is- Each sale will com mence wit the lowest num- practied upon them. If they quit the house, 88 79 reo ut in the t Jt.es aoint
noted adm bis- of hot or section, tnhip, sod range, and I wash my hands of the busiuess-and my Bucks bad sine irdsa h sead, and -on the clp ed, se hate hears! a favorable ac-,-utt
proceed in regular numerical order, sister Tabitha will learn that honesty is the which wais t ble shot for ) yesterday by the nine, bhv i e e r sccsu
of Plymouth The lands reserved by law for the use of schools, best pollcy'"-and Coffee the best beverage. way of hatlicap,, that is, some to have dead ,,irds and m t sincerely ope they will answer
n hims elmo at or fo-r other purposes, will as usual be reserved I am, Sir, in all sincerity, yours, to have a chaetie with becttrtshiots. Mr. lle:bcrt public expectation, as We deprecate another
ets. All lr- v tn, ANTI ltYE. was backed to kill more than any one on his side, oertur;im. We understand they aremen of
eestateo t'l Given nder my andt the city o Wan ,Boston July 30th, 1821. as Mr. Foathergill was the favorite on the other industry, and have a re-lish for legal inform.na.
mtitothem this 19th day of Apriil, in the year 1821. .- _..... side. tion ; and, so far as our knowledge extends,
ilhitthes-ame' JAMBS MONROE. 1T.- w belief linis is tIe, and thinink it friusis
tate, are call- By the President: FOOREIGN ITEMS. [The foreign gazettes abound -also with ar- a promise of fuure trsefulnesa If they add
Y A 'r JOSIAH MEIGS, -- tidcls of a different cast, hike the one wlichi to this, t hose quafications which have and
AYdm'r. A. Commtuissioner General of Land Office: FRANCE. pAfirs, JUNE 27, 1821. follows. In America we should certainly do now shine with great lustre upon the So-
bT" ; 1 Tor GREEK INSURRECTION. I have thought that the compelled attntsdance e ec communit ii probably
STABLE situated iO Orange-street. suitable T now appears certain, that the force ofthe children in the scene descr'ibed would have nothing teo ,cnihlpange.
be accommo- for a Livery Stable,and fors y occupied for t which the Grands Seigntor will be able to have been dispensed with.] have notig t regret in t cug.
rate Parlor if tIhat purpose. march into Wallachia and .M-oldaia will be | EXECIJ1ON. Fxc t (-V) I. ftat r-
ntlemen. Int- Also, a Blacks'mith Shop-rent reasonable. In- quite sufficient to put down the insurrections I JJxa 1. On Friday morning early, J. B'ng- Fat.- cfat, (vy.) .1,' of the curtrt, we hear
t. July 21 uire at No. 21) Orange-street.- tf in those provinces; which have never been ley, W. Dutton, and W. BatHin, were exe-
-half so formidable on the turf, as on pa-

No. 3894) I I
No. 3894)



complaints of'. ruini i arv-l-. i n Tt' 'l(*tI' .i'
the rain that has l';dlri. It wa n 1101t m 'y 1tfi i;";an-
tity thatftell but t :tin:-: time thai it was pulling
that proved so calamitous. 'NCrly all of that
which was cut was eitirely last, :iAh even hiat
which was stantling had coinmnecedi sprnntlng.
TI.e farmers despair of saving enough of wheat
for see. -e
It is stated i the Life oLife t William Pitt, hy the
Bishop of Winchester, recently published, that it
was Mr. Jefferson, the American mi!lister at 'Paris,
who advised the leaders of the Tiers Etat to take
the revolutionary name of L'.essemnble .Aationale.
This information is given on the authority of the
Duke of Dorset.

DETROXT, 3tvi. 6. ov. CASS, and Mr.
ScHo.cnAT, mineralogist, have leftthis place
for Chicago, to negotiate with the Western
Indians, and to develop the mineralogy of
the extensive region of country they will have
to trael over.
['I. Rev. Professor YATES, of Union Col-
legei^. Y. is also gone oni a mission to Chi-
cago. He is accompanied by Mr. Tutor NOTT,
-of that Gollege, son of the President, to make
#.a geological survey. Mr RTILEY accompanies
them as an interpreter.]
The Rev. Dr. MoisE, late of Chailestown,
has recommended his tour to the west, to col-
lect such information relative to the actual
condition and numbers of the Indian tribes,
us may aid the government in conducting its
res1atn 'and.intentions relative to them.--
To aVol-collisions with the 'rijtii Provincial
authoritiesi-1ie wiljtalTupon the Governors
of tne Cinadiasito confer on the objects of his
visit. All the Indians who live within the
limits of the United States ought to enjoy the
right, antd be amenable to the duties of citi-
zens of the same. N,,thiiig can be more.b-'
surd, than the idea that they are 'rnJtpe,,dernt
.Mations, living as tiey do in a .region over
which another power holds acknowledged
sovereign ,sway..

From the JV'atianal Intelligeicer.
WHEN I returned home from the Medi-
terranean in 1805, 1 brought with me
a large collection of garden seeds of every
description, which I procured from the gar-
dens of the Pope, King of Naples and Etru-
ria : these I distributed among my friends in
Virginia, Maryland,. and thi's District, and I
am happy tolfind that several new species
of vegetables and flowers were introduced,
which beibre that period were not cultivat-
ed, and probably not known in this District,
and that the best vegetables which we now
use, have'been raised and propagated from
these seeds.
? Last year I procured from a friend in Geor-
gia, a small quantity of the seed of the orien-
tal Bhene, or sesamum indicum, which I like-
wise distributed fo a few of my frien ds, &nd
from actual experience have found that it
,illsucceed remarkably well in this District.
"have now in my garden several plants
S eighteenn inches high, which have grown from
n" t sown blst April, and as I consider this
.,'p.'l~rlt to be a most valuable acquisition to
tis Distkict, Iwill distribute the seed which
,hive re-mr.ning to any gentleneri who will
Stake thlp pains to cultivate it. Were the va-
d hat lots in this city sown with this seed, I
S-am. of opinion that a sum sufficient to im-
Sprove all the streets in tile city might be
realized annually.
If you think this worthy a place in your
Paper, it probably may induce some persons
Sto try ,the,. xperiment, which ultimately will
.J?;foitnA to be very advantageous, both to
tpiijielves and the public.
,. ,.. am, gentlemen, your obedient servant,
Sesamum Indicum, or Bhene Oriental.-
This plant was introduced into Carolina by
the African negrpes. where it succeeds ex-
tremely well. The inhabitants of that coun-
try make an oil from the seed, which will
keep many years, and not take any rancid

!'s'se~~e'd, which is in the oil when firstdrawn, is
worn off, they use it as a sallad oil, and for
all the purposes of sweet oil.-[.Miller.
% Class,-Didynamia, order angiospermia,,of
Linurius. : Sessmum, folius ovato oblongis
integris--Miller. Digitalis Orientalis, sesa-
mnum dicta-Tournefort. Doctor David Ram-
say, of South-Carolina, states, that the grain
parched makes a pleasant light food, and
may be prepared as a substitute for choco-
late, and that an infusion of the leaves in
water produces a gelatinous drink highly
recommended in bowel complaints.

smooth pavement, from which the rver has
retired for his accommodation, sometimes re-
treating twenty or. thirtyfeel, that the large
party may walk abreast, then crowding them
into small platoons, then compelling them to
march Indian file, then forcing them to climb
the side rocks, to creep round over hanging
projections, when ii suddenly opens upon
them a most stupendous and enchanting
scenery-where more than can be described
arrests the astonished eye-where the cloud
towering hemlock with other evergreens,
crowding to the verge, from a station of 150
feet aloft, bend over their tall heads, and
reach forward their branches to witness the
wonders beneath, conspiring, by their ver-
dure contrasted to naked rocks, to embellish
with a beauteous charm the superb majesty
of the grand exhibition. But why am I in-
sensibly led to paint what nature alone is here
able to display. I will only add;-that amidst
its great variety of curiosities, are petrifac-
tions of divers animals, which thousands of
years ago .sported and swam together in this
once yielding element, now converted to ad-
aman'-among which are fish of several sorts
and dimensions, from nine inches to four feet
in length, lying horizontally in the different
strata of solid rock, 50 or 100 feet below the
general surface. He who visits this wonder.
ful scenery, will desire to visit it again; and
those to whom it had been described confess,
uno ore, that the half was not told them.'"
s. .

Further Foreign Articles.
T HE public have heard much of the Coro-
nation Oath of the British Kings, the fol-
lowing is given in the London papers, as the
oath, and the manner of adnuinistering it.

Sermon being ended, the King. uncovers
his head, and the Archbishop repairs to his
Majesty, and asks him,-"'Sir, are you will-
ing to take the oath usually taken by your
predecessors ?" And the King answers, "I
am willing."
Then the Archbishop ministers these ques-
tions; to which the King (having a book in
his hand) answers as followeth :-
.drchb. Sir, will you grant and keep, snd
by your oath confirm to the people of Eng-
land, the laws and customs to them granted
by the Kings of England, your lawful and re.
ligious predecessors; and namely, tlhe laws,
customs, and franchises granted to the clergy
by the glorious King, St Edward, your pre-
decessor, according to the laws of God, the
true profession of the Gospel established in
this kingdom, and agreeing to the preroga-
tive of the Kings .thereof, and the ancient
customs of this realm ?-
King. I grant anid promise to keep them.
Jrchb. Sir, will you keel peace and god-
ly agreement entirely, according to your
power, to the holy church, the clergy, and
the people?
King. I will keep it.
.Archb. Sir, will you, to your power, cause
law,' justice, and discretion, in mercy and
truth to be executed in all your judgments ?
King. I will.
.-Irchb. Sir, will you grant to hold and keep
the rightful customs which the cr.inmmnnality
of this your kingdom liave? And will yost
defend and uphold them to the honor of God,
so much as in you lieth ?
King. I grant and promise so to do.
Then the petition or request of the Bish-
ops to the King is read by one of that sacred
, order, with a clear voice, in the name of the
rest standing by : .
s Oiur Lord and fting, we beseech you to
pardon us, and to grant and preserve unto
us, and the cliurches committed to our'
charge, all canonical privileges, anmt due law,

and justice ; and that you will protect and'
defend us, as every good King in his king-
dom ought to be protector and defender of
the Bishops and churches under their gov-

pardon ; and that I will preserve and main.
tain to you, and the churches committed to
your charge, all canonical privileges, and
due law and justice : and that I will be your
protector and defender to my utmost power,
by the assistance of God, as every good King
in his kingdom ought in righlit to protect and
defend the Bishops and churches under their
Then the King sies from his chair, and
being attended by the Lord Great Chamber-
lain, and supported by the two Bishops, and
the sword of State carried before him, he
goes to the altar, and laying his hand upon

,the Evangelists, takes the oath following:
From the X. Ysrk JVational advocatee. "The things which I have here before prom-
., rainy day in Broatdway.-While the re- ised, I will perform and, keep. So help me
freshing shower revives and invigorates the God, and tihe contents o this of book ;" and
vegetable .world, it nevertheless brings with then kisses the book.
it some little cost in particular times and
places, and proves how chequered is this life GREEKS iJVI) TURKS.
in all its varieties. A sudden squall of wind Much is heard of the vindictive spirit 'of
and rain last week,-compelled several ladies the Turks against the Christians -'The fol-
and gentlemen to seek refuge in the stores in lowing document will serve to show, that the
Broadway. With a civility perfectly habitual, Professors of Chrislianity can sometimes for-
they were accommodated by the storekeepers get tile mild and forgiving precepts of their
with seats; the ladies threw aside their para- acknowledged Lord and M.is er -
sols, drew off their gloves, and untied the rib- LLOCUTION
bon of their hats and bonnets to inhale the ,Of Germinicus, Ex-Arch of the First Achai,
breeze with freedom. After several heavy Archbishop of Pairasso, to the Clergy and the
drawn sighs, several exclamations on the Faithful of P-elopouessus, pronounced in the
weather, they cast their eyes about the store. Ciinvett ofMount Velino, 8th, (20th of'March,)
Have you any muill mull muslips, Mr. Canton, 1821.
said one ? Any silk stockings, ays a second ? Very dear Brothers !-The Lord who punisih-
Allow me to look at those OaRhawls, says a-i ed our fathers and their children, announces to you
third'? In an instantt the pohlishedl'nahogany by my mouths the termination of the days of tears
counter was covered with fine goods, and the nad trials. His voice has declared that you shall
contssere rishe the crown of his glory, aid the diadem of his
neat, smirking and polite clerks were as brisk kingdoi(n. The h:l) Si1ns shall no odnger be de-
as bees. I listened attentively. "How much ? slivered over to desolation. (Isaiah, lxii. 3.) The
Six and six pence. All we have left, ma'am. temple of ihe Lord treated iiio an iginoulc lace ;
Rose colored ribbons ? None, ma'am. Bless his vessels ofglory dragged in the ntire (I1 vuch.
me, Mr. Canton, iow dear these shawls are ii. 8. 9) are about to be avenged. The ancient
Put one at 12 shillings Those stockings are mercies of tihe Lord are about to descend upon his
two dolla-'s ma'am. Dear me how it pours, people. Theimpious race of the Turks have fill-
I'll take five yards. Any gimp ? Plenty. Put ed up' the measure of their iniquities ; the hour of
up those two pair of stocking-s. I want afew to g the wom fth Greece talDrive thed, slavording
White Chapel needles. Bless me wherte'a ats i theson ofthe stave." (Gen. xvi. 10.) .Am,
my reticule, left my purse at home ; no mat. then, Hellentic tlae, double illustrious by our
ter, send the -bill to Mr. Liberal; very well, asire, st with thte -zelof Gotz, eh f ou gird
ma'am. Thus. has a shower of rain given a on the sword ; fn- it is better to perish will amis
brisk impulse to commerce ; things not in hand, than to see the disgrace of the sanctuary

thought of nor wanted in sun shine, present and of the country (Psal. xtiv. 4) Let us bust
a thousand attractions in a storm; and these our boilds in sutler, and lthe yoke that weighs up-
accidental speculations warrant the husband o' Our heads (Psal, ii. 3,) lir w' dre tle iiers of
in whispering to his wife, 'm.y eiear, when it "O'th-s thami your Jrelateillspeak toyt yuof
rains and you happen to be in Broadway,,pray ( he glory of our anleestus but for hyselfl hall
take a hack and ride home,; 'tis most eco- oily repeat to you the name of thit God toe horn
nominal." -- wc ow e a devotion stronger than death.-(Cant.
A NEW WONDER. Otil. 6.)
A Mr. S n., of d"Toorrow. preceded bythe Crossw, e shall
M tdel m arhtwa lds the ity lf'attrass% tile soi of
town, notwithstanding its craekjaw name, which is.s.nctitied by the bl,,oid of the glorious
situated in the State of New-Yo, k) intornis martyr, the aposile St. Andrew. The Lo'd will
the public, that there exists in the town of increase your courage a hundred f.bl ; atli to aidd
Trenton, N. Y. a scene, as w'ondeirfll as the to the et.nungthh which is )to animate )ou, 1 release
highly celebrated falls of Niag.aru; but which yon from tli ftst ,;fthe Lent, which we observe.
is almost unknown to the traveller, which lie SSoldir.s of t)ft Cross! it is the cause of Heaveni
thus describes as the falls of East-Cantada itself that you are called on to defend. In thle nane
creek. "The river,?' he says, "hasv worn: ofthe ]FitllberAn ot f the on, ind of the Holy
down its bed of limestone more. than a hun- Ghost, be blcsed and absolved It'om ,1l your sins."
dred feet-lhas hewn out thte lofty sides in t.va- "
rious fantastic foms-pi-presenting elevated Loaron, Jcr. 8. Charity Children.-Yes.-
towns, fortified castles, mnd g-'nd amplhitlse- terday the Charity Chiildre, male and female,
atres, the pendant ro'tf ot over.liangumg moin- amounting to nqar 9000, educated by volnm-
tains, concave and convex curvatu.'es in geo- tary subscription in the different Parish
metrical order,. that now welcome the de- Schools in the Metropolis and thdie environs,
spending stream, nu- torn the mad torment proceeded according to annual custom to St.
from its curse and force it upon opponent Paul's Cathedral to hear Divine Service.-
rocks On a level w.th it's waters, anid wind. "1 he Lord Mayor, accompanied by several
ings at its side, the visitor is furnished with a Aldern,en, Sheriffs, &c. arrived in state.-
The neat and clean appearance of the chil-

dren produced a highly pleasing effect. -
excellent Sermon was preached by the Bish-
op of Gloucester. Te Deum, Jubilate Deo,
the Coronation Anthem, Handel's Grand Cho-
rus, Hallelujah, for the Lord God," Fce. were
sung by the Gentlemen of the Choir, who al-
so chanted the Psalms, the children joining
in, the chorusses. After service they return-
ed to their respective schools.

A journal has announcedthat the King's At
torney-General at London, at the instance of
the Ministers of Russia Austria, and Prussia,
is about to prosecute the editor of a paper,
who 'compared the Alliance of Alexander I.,
Francis II., and'Frederic William III., to the
triumvirate of Octavius, Lepidus, and Mare
AntlAny. ..'
A-yvoung Cuckoo was discovered a few
days since in the roof of Peamore-house, near
this-city, where it had been hatched by a
water wagtail,and it is now daily-fed by its fos.
ter-mother. t. is a well known fact, that the
cuckoo never hatches its own young, but de-
posts.a solitary egg for incubation in the nest
of another bird.-Exeter Gazette.


IN a Bremen paper of the 9th of May'last,
we noticed the following advertisement
of a new work, written by Lewis Buonaparte,
late King of Holland:--
"History of the 'British Parliament,
'S;unce its institution in the year 1234, until.1708,
togetherr with Mpgna Chartai, and observations by
ty ,mperor .'apoleon zn his oi7n haind writing,
thy Leis Buonal;arte, late King of Holland, .
In England the Reptblio is concealed tsider
lthe fontsof Monarchty."'-Jhntesinieu
t WVekno w the comtipiler a'iuady Irom his former
production as skilful author. His History of the
Enghish Parliament is, doubtless, a masterpiece of
historical l-epresentattion, thithfuiess aild accurpy.;
and it ii not only the hitherto unknown sources
which were at his disposal, but his natural talent
for introducing the history with spirit santd an ulnin-
terrupited interest, that gave hinm' a gSe4 prefer-
etice over many o the older historians. A pecu-
liar interest attaches itself to this work by the inge-
nious and sensible remarks of Xapolean- Bisona-
parte in his own hand writing, which are i terwqvei.
with nearly every page, and with a constant appli-
cation to the present state of things. At this day,
when the eyes of the world are hixed on the Par-
liament of England and on Coustitutions generally,
this important publication certainly merits auicu-
lar attention.. the annexed 1Magna Char.ta, will
prove an highly acceptable addition to the reade'."
Notwithstanding the pressure of the times, our
public improvements in Philadelphia progress
tvith considenible rapidity. The two market hou-
sea in High-street, extenldipg from Sixth-street to
Eighth, will soon be finished. A culvert has been
iegun in Wsalnutstreet, sshich is to connect the
Common Sewer in Dock-street with that ieair the
Penitentiary, and another which is to extend across
the north eastern public square. The dam on
the SchuylIkill, which raises the water between
nine atnd ten feet, and gives the most extensiv'e wa-
ter power in the United States, is nearly complet-
ed : aiid east iron pipes live been laid ii. several
streets, in place ot the wooden econluits by which
thie water was formerly distributed through the
city. .
Tie money employed in carrying on these in-
provemenets has been borrowed, but as we shall
retaini the ull value of every cent this laid out, as
most of these works would hav e been found in.
dispensable to our comfort in a few years, and as
several of them are of so useful a description that
they ought to have been undertaken several years
ago, bnrl oirig, in this case, uas perhaps, ut liat it
seldom is-an tact of wisdom.
'There are but few private houses erecting.;
aId as Episcopal Chuilh in Southwark is.the only
place of worship founded this year. The Pres-.
byterian Church on Washington Scuare, which
will he the most elegant religious edifiee in the
city, is so far completed tbht the congregation as,-
sembhle in the prayer room ; and so much of the
northern portico of the Bank of the United States
has been raised, as shews thlt the building if the
southern .f-ront were finished in lik..stvle wxulatuL
bei, c pr _inatrt
A "Barbacue and Dance" are advertised
in a Kentucky paper being a singular coinm-
pound of amusement.

NEW-YORK, AUG. 1. A survey has been
held by two of the Wardens, Messrs Carpen.
ter and Smith, and 8Mr. Bergh, shipwright,
upon the larboard'side of the bottom of the
ship Pallas, of Savannah, which was struck
with lightning at sea. They find that the
fluid which descended the pump, took die-
direction of a treenail and butt bolt near the
floor heads, and passed through the bottom
plank and sheathing-and that the perfora.
tion and leak is about equal to what would
have been caused by a four pound ball.

A letter from Trieste mentions an attack
made upon the Turks by the Greeks, in the.
defiles of Pindus and Epinus. The Greeks
gained a complex victory, and took many pri.-
soners, who were delivered over to the wives
of the Greeks' by whom they were guarded;-
the women, however, full of fury, dashed the
Turks over the precipices, exclaiming
Down 'wretches and in the darkness of eter-
nal punishment reflect upon the cruelties to-
wards the christian,

SiArz.M, Aue. 3. The great concern of the
Philadelphia edition of lice', Ciyclopedia is
terminating by a Lottery. One day's drawing,
we observe by the New-York papers, has ta.
ken place; in which were drawn 5 prizes of
a complete set of the work elegantly bound;
10 of a complete set in boards; 12 of a com-
plete set of all the engravings, making 24
vols.; 9 of an imperfect set of the work ; 10
of a colored atlas, bound; 95 of a plain atlas,
and portraits of American characters ;'and
259 of one 'volume of plates In this lottery
every ticket must draw a prize, and each
day's drawing must produce fuillas many pri.
zes as the first. We.understand tiue tickets
are. considerably advanced in price. This ex-
pedient of a lottery 'will serve to diffuse"
through the community a great sto.k, of use.
ful literature which might otherwise have lai
a loug time useless in the publishers' store
houses. --
Surqery.-When the surgeons of Tripoll
take off a limb, theydip the stfimp into a bowl
of hot pitch, which settles the bleeding with-.
out tying up arteries.

The Corps it Cadets from West Point, which
ihas arrived i thin thie boundaries of this State,
reached Spri-qfield ont Suito'y morning last, aud is
expected to oncunip on Boston Conitonoil nti next
ttaseav. I lihas ijeen said that its march will be
extend'e'd to thlii3 ten and perhaps oeyond.-Salem

The New-Orleans papers contradict the
report of the appointment o:f the Rev. Hooeiyn
Ct ea sMs, as President of the Orleans Col-
lege. The choice, they add, does not take
place until November; when they should be
pruud of such an acqi sitiono
The late hot weather,so uncomfortable to the
cits, has had a fine effect on the backward
vegetable kingdom, and made our farmers
feel quite comfiort.ble.

Josis Banw,-, Esq. of New-London; N. H.
has received Letcris Putei.t .securing his improve-
mosnt in the \V itintioing Machine for cleariltg
grain, ke. His impr'ivet Malchinet is pronounced
"the most perfect VWinnowing Mattchine now i use."

.FLORIDA.-Major Cnoss, has arrived at
'Washington, from .St. Augustine, which he
left the' 17th July.--The fleet had sailed for
Havana, having oin board nearly 500 Spanish
troops. The number of civil officers, and
persons attached'to the government, includ-
ing their families, was nearly 200.-Of these,
however, all did not embak for Havana, some
of them remaining at St. Augustine discharg-
ing the duties of civil o officers.

Celebration of the Fourth of Jauy in
%. Florida.
"ST. AversT NZ, JULY 4, 1821. This day
was as warmly celebrated by the Americans.
who were here waiting for the delivery
of the Floridas, as in any part of Amer-
ica. An elegant dinner,was provided at
Livingston's hotel, for 25 ,f our country-
mnen, presided over by R. B: FOIIIES, Esq. of
Boston. Singing patriotic songs, with toasts
in honor of the day, left the company in a dis.
position of retiring in perfect harmon), and
mutual good will."'

In the Weays and leana for the current,
year offered by the British Chancellor of the
Dxchequer, is an item of half a million ster-
ling, paid by France as the last instalment of
the 125,000,000 francs,which she was amerc-d
in, in 1815, to remunerate Great-Britain for
the expense of the war occasioned by the re.
turn'of Buonaparte from Elba. It appears
that the large sum (we believe fifteen hun-
dred millions of francs) which France was
compelled to pay to the Allied Powers, be-
sides the expense of the Army of Occupation,
has nearly all been paid by her, without any
sensible distress being experienced by her
citizens. -
The late, King of England was reported to
have died extremely rich.-In a late debate
on the subject, Lord LoNInoisxRity expressly
stated, that, the personal property of the late
King was very trifling, not exceeding 80,0001.
and that amount was subject.to many claims
which might-naturall) be 'supposed to arise ;
and Mr. IitU,Kia.0', one of the Commissioners
on the (st.ts tihe crown, declared, that if
the whole of the real estate left by the King
were sold by auction, it would not fetch more
than 20,0001. "The late Queen too," said
Lord Lomnosnuaay, was reported to have
amassed great treasures; when the fact was,
that she hardly left assets to cover her debts-
her acts of private charity having' exhausted
all her savings."

We have several letters from correspon-
dents in the interior, on the subject of this
interesting corps. It appears that circum-
stances have occurred whichwill retard their
arrival here until Tuesday of next week.
After leaving .lbaTny they had very bad
weather, and the heavy march they made
from that city to Lebanon Springs, increased
the sick list considerably. The attacks were
principally of cholera morbus, from which
they were rapidly recovering at the last date.
They reached Springfield on Sunday morn-
ing ; and our correspondent thought they
would not recommence their march until
Wednesday. Some of their, had been de-
tached to NTortAhampton to survey Mount Hal-
yoke, &c. in that vicinity; and the inspec-
tion of the extensive establishment tor the
manufacture of musquets,* at Springfield,
would require at least one day. The weath.
er on Wednesday was extremely inclement;
and must have retarded their progress.
I The arsenal', in Spri ngfield, in which this manufrtoryv
Iso taO acted,isbesautifully ~titn d on ai eleaited plain a.
bout a half mile from the village. When seen by the
Writer, there wet e three buildings il of brick, one 204 feet
by 32; a second 100 by40; and a third 60 by 32, two sto-
ries high; besides other buildings, there are 20 dwelling-
hobrs'. The water works irejituaied a mile S. of the ar.
senal, where there is a fine collection of mills, Salt water-
workas,comprizing 5 workshops, with g8 forges, lotrip-haim-

1"Lebanon Springs July 28. In passing
Lenox on Thursday afternoon, I had'the satis-
faction of seeing the Cadets go into encamp-
ment. Their precision and celerity, end their
regularity in establishing their domicil, cannot
be exceeded by any veteran corps.--In an
instant--as it were by magic-the still and
unobstructed plain is converted into a little
canvas town, and the signal of the drum alone
raises those habitations to your view. All
professors of the military art should witness
the pitching and striking of their tents, and
the very compact manner in which they are
formed, and, of course, the little room they
They left Lenox yesterday morning (Fri-
day) at 10 o'clock, on their route to Spring-
field, where they anticipate arriving early on
Sunday morning. They will probably pass
the Sabbath, Monday and Tuesday at that
place,.on account of some arrangements re-
specting the Armory. Several of tle officers
have mentioned, that they should reach Bos-
ton by the 8th August at farthest.
"The tours of this corps mustlprove' very
serviceable to our Militia generally ; and ma-
ny old officers may learn munch from this in-
fant army.-Above all things, the position of
qoffcers-the manner of saluting-general car-
riage, and perfect attention to the drill;-in.
deed, every thing about them is excellent;
and 'he back step, march in line, regularity
in dressing, guard duty, and standing at ease,
have far exceeded any thing which our trav-
ellers have seen in any country.
"A part of the battalion has only been en-
listed and drilled, as I am informed, about
three months: and before that time were tun-
acquainted with military discipline.-These
are said to be abott 60 ; many of them only
14 years of age. This circumstance consid-
ered, the perfection of the corps will' be ac-
knowledged. When leaving Lenox they had
eleven in hospital, and two were left indis-
posed at this place. All the fornter were,
however, able to follow the.advance, being
allowed to inarci without arms, &c.
"Their good order, and attention to deco-
irtm, are'spoken of in every town they have
passed through ; and at half past 9 o clock,
all'is still and silent in their camp, as if .the
world was hushed in sleep.
They have had rain almost incessantly
ever s;nce they left Albany, and have been
obliged to sleep under wet tents, on damp
ground; yet they appeared, generally, re-
markably well. They are a fine set of young
n'men. Their band, of about eighteen mnem-
bers, I think equal to aty in any service t and
ifa serenade from them does not keep many
a bright eye of our fair townswomen awake,
I shall lose my gue.s I feel confident that
thei- reception in Boston will be worthy of
the metropolis of New-England The parade
in .flbany is highly spoken of by the cadets.
They have generally been escorted into all
the large towns and the inhabitantss of Pitts-
field and Notthampton had made prepara-
tions for this, and wete disappointed thit the
order of march of the corps did niot lie in
their routes, I leave to military men to de-
c;de on the propriety of es&,ieting (protect-
ing) a military corps completely equipped.
The corps, you know, is composed of re-
spectable young" men from all the States in
the Union ; and are all equally deserving at-
tention.-The idea of particular notice being
paid to A. or B. because lie is son of C. or D.
is discarded by every high minded man of
sense and reflection. I need only to add,

that it ,It ethel n'Irsale'%.r'ctatfin Th tis quar-
ter, that tle an ieent I. rspitaliv ult BoqiAn
will agi', Le dipli.-I ed on the cecssion of thd
contemplated visit; and that its citizens will
give additional evidence, that they have not
forgotten how to do good things in the most
appropriate and acceptable manner."

A letter from the Postmaster, at Worces-
ter, dated on Thursday, says, "Yesterday the
Cadets reached W1estern, 25 miles from hence.
A message has been received from them this
day, announcing thliir intention of being at
Spencer this day, and at Worcester to-mor-
row (yesterday). As the distance is but a-
bout 12 miles, it is probable they will reach
Worcester by nine or ten o'clock, A. M.

We learn that the Cadets encamped at
Western, on Wednesday night.-Breakfasted
at Brookfield on Thursday morning, and en-
camped at Leicester that night, and yesterday
morning, at 7 o'clock, they were seen on the
matcii two miles from Worcester. We fir-
ther leara, that they propose passing the
Sabbath at Framinghaim; that on Monday
they will march to Roxbury, and on Tues-
day morning enter the Capital, by the Neck,
the Natural Avenue to the town.

FaRnIDA Jua. 20th, 1821.-Left Westpoint
in two steamboats. JULY 21.-Arrivedin Al-
bany. JuY. 24.-Marched from Albany, and
reached Lebonon Springs (27 miles) same
night. Ju.LY 26.-Marched to Lenox, 12
miles. Jcar 27.-Marched to' Chester Fac-
tory, 20 miles. JULY 28.-Marched to West-
field, 19 miles. JULY29.-Arrived at Spring-
field in the morning, before time of divine
service, and encamped near the arsenel.
WEnu:ESBAY,AnG. 1. Marched from Spring-
field to Weston, 22 miles. Auo. 2.-Marched
fromWestern to Spencer, 12 miles.
SSrArr.-Major W.T. WonTH, of New York,
Colonel; Lient. GrisWold, Lt: Colonel; Lt.
Kinsley, Major; Lt. Tompkins, Disbursing
officer; Cadet John C. Holland, of S. Car.
Adjutant ; Cadet Prescott, of Mass. Topo-,
graphical Engineer; I adet Grier, of N. York,
Commissary ; Cadet Wallace, of Virginia,
Quarter-Master; Cadet Latrobe, of Mary-
land, Assist. Topog. Engineer; Cadet Whee-
lock, of Mass. Sergeant-Major; Cadets Cooke
and Holmes, Commis. Sargeants.
CoxrpAy OrFicEsas.-Captains,Cadets Dim-
mock, of Mass. Capron, of N. Y. J. P..Scott,
of N. York, and J. Vail, of Virginia.
-First Lieutenants.-W, Wheelwright, of
Mass. Morton, of New York, Gailliard, of S.
Carolina, and J. B. Scot of 23nn.
Second Lieutenants.-R. Day, of Virgi iia,
Bliss, of N. Hampshire, Mason, of Virg. and
Abercrombie, of Tennessee.

We understand the following to be an out.
line of arrangements which will be alopted
for the reception of the Cadets on Tuesday
morning next.
A Cavalcade of Citizens, and a Procession
of Carriages, will assemble in Common-street,
and be- formed in procession by twelve Mar-
shals appointed for the purpose. The pro-.
cession will be preceded by the Municipal
Authorities, and move to the boundary line
between Boston and Roxbury ,on the Neck
where the Cadets will be received, and wel-
comed to the town, by the Selectmen.
The procession will then move with the
cavalcade in front, the Cadets in the centre,
ahd the carriavres in the --. h-S -i
principal streefs'0 Bo ~ylton-street, and on
their arrival opposite to the Common, in
PleaSant-street, the procession will halt' and
the Cadets wheel upon the Common, and pro-
ceed under the escort of the Marshals to their
place of encampment.

A full term of the Sufireme .Jdicial Court
has been held in this town the present week,
for the delivery of .opinions in cases argued
at previous terms.-Present, Chief Justice
PAKsEn-Justices THacuER, 1-UTSAse and
Transylvania University. The Commence-
ment atihis Institution was held on the 1th
tilt. the Rev. Honaci HOLLEr, President.
The degree of Bachelor of a.rts was confer-
ren on Meorge Washington Aiderson,Charles
Scott Bibb, Edward Booker Bibb, Aylet
Buckner, Edward Ta ylor Christy, Theo W.
Clay, Charles James Cummens, Richard Al-
len Curd, Jeptha Dudley Garrard, Albert
Gallatin Harrison, Charlton Hunt, Sinclair
Kirtley, Samuel Vance eMarshal, Geo. Owings,
Thomas Paine Taul, John W. Tibbetts, Win.
Temple Washingiiton, and John White. The
degree of Master of .Irts, was conferred on
Messrs. John F. Jenkins and Daniel M Brad-
ford, alumni of Harvard University.
The exercises on the occasion are spoken
of in terms of praise and the President's
valedictory as worthy of his high reputation

Yesterday, Williams, one of the four con-
victs who recently broke out of the State
Prison, 'was recommitted, having been ap-
prehended on Wednesday last at Tyngsboro'.

Mr. RIcnA a M. HoDeO S of Salem, has ac-
cepted a call to succeed tse late venerable
and beloved Dr. SAnSiB, in the pastoral
charge ,f the South Parish of Bridgwater;
the ordination to be on the 2d Wednesdayof
September ensuing.
Mr. BszaaMsx FSSENgnx, of Sandwich, is
to be ordained in thie East Parish of Bridg-
water the Sd Wednesday of Septemher, to
supply the vacancy occasioned by the relin-
quishment of the Rev. Mr. FLINT.

In this town,'on Thursday evening, by the Rev.
AMr Liowell. Mr. Horae Draper, merchant, to
Miss Eliza Tutts, daughter Of lr. Francis Tu fits.

Prceptpr of lBridgewater Academy, to Miss Ma-
'iash C;. ]Hi),h'; .
In Andovtr, Mr. .sihathan Biurbank, ofAndover,
to Miss Eliza \V illington.
In Newburvport. ; apt. David Wood, jun. to
Miss l)ilh ('.1-enlraf.
li Nlu'iYlrk city, Capt. John Le Conte, of the
U. S. Engineers, to A'iss Mary-Ann Hainupton,
tld 'st duightler of Jo.nathan H. Lawrence, Esq..
lIn (retibash. N. Y. Ii. Tilholnas Van Zant to
Miss Euiiphini,- ilalmhi, 'othu ot'New-'.rk city.
At \\ sterloo, N.V Mr. .a nies Cos intg, agsed
81 years, to Mrs. B ith Fuhiintgstin, aged 63 years,
buth ol eneca--She ts hiis 4th wtile-te her 5th

In Philadeiphia, Capt. Wnm. Carter, formerly of
N' cwtburyport, to Mrs. C';thle ine Cushing, widow
of the lale Capt. Wnm. ofPhiiad.

In this town, Ann Elizabeth, only child of Mr.
James jiti. anld .Mrs. Atnn V. Sargent, i.ged 1.3
On lMonday, Otliiel, son ofMr. Othniel French,
jun. aq,.d 15 noths.
(n ht ursday, Mr. John Potter, aged 66.
U)n tlti '5th lit. Anti Fitz, daughter of Mlr,
isaac Atkissa, aged 18 months.

On Saturilday morning last, Samuel H. only son
'of Ali. Samuel Holiday, iIged 17 mnionths.
On Wednesday, Ml's. Adeline, wife of -Ir.
Frederick Clap, aged 'A3.
Yesterday, Mr'. Saninel Trissk, aged 32.-Wmn.
WV. youngest child oftMr.. John S. Perkins, aged 13
In IDorchester, on Tuesday, Mrs. Sarah, wife of
Capt. John Baeon, aged 31.
In Milton, yesterday morninE, after a tedious
illness of nearly two years. Caroline Stimson blMor
ton, aged 7 years and 7 months, child of Joseph
and Marv Morton. Funeral ftronitheir house, on
Milton Hill, on Sunday afternoon, at 5 o'clock.-
hRelations and friends are requested to attend.
In Watertown, Miss Harriet Cole, ageil 14.
In Itehding, Major Isaac Upton, ged'43. ..
In Marblehead, Joseph WIilson, 'Esq. aged 64
Collector of the Customs oflthe District oat Ma-r
bilehead and Lynn.
In lHverl.e Mrs. Tholmas, wife of'Capt. David
Thomas, aged 50.
ln )Dativers, Mrs. Patience Stone, wife of Na-
thiHi StonI, E q. aged io9.
In Billeri'ica,Jolin Warren, sged 6 months, child
of Mr. John tc'irns, 'ifthiis town.
In Spencer, Mr. John Stebbins, aged 83.
At Braintree, on Thursday moi-ning last, Miss
Elizabeth Clirk, aged 42.
In Randolph, Mass. Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Mr.
Samuel Kittell, aged 55.'
In Northbridge, Mr. Nathaniel Cooper, aged 73.
In Keene, N Mrs..Mary, wife of Mr. Phin-
eas Fiske, if this town, aged 31.
In New-York city, Col. Henry Keatiog,a native
of Ireland, aged 9. .
In lern, N. Y. Major Asa Abbott, a soldier of
the arniv of the revolu,.iotn.
In Plat'sburg, N. Y. James Bailey, late-Captainr
in the ,il regt. U. S. infantry.
At Sikes' Hotel, in Brattleborough, Vt. 29th alt.
Mr. Ezra Brown, merchua,t, of Boston, aged 42.
At Matanzas, Mr. Win. Campbell, the celebrat- "
ed clown to the Equestrial)iC;oipany. .
In Liverpool, in June last, Mr. John Cotton,
late of loland, Me. aged 28, second officer of ship
Perfect. For fturihLer information apply to Messrs. ,
Lot Wheelwrght & Son,55. Long-wharf.
In Englandl, STo'rIaaD, jun. au eminent artist.
In copy tog a paiseiid window oat the Church in Berle,
Devonshlni e, te step on which lie stood gave way,
anid precipitated him to the grotundt-fractured his
skull, and occastoied his instant death.
At Port-au-t'ice, July 6, MIr. D.C. Sulton, ..
aged *22.
Dro-ined-In Boston i harbor,, on Wednesday
evening last, Mr. Beiijainin Chiadbourn, son of the
Rev. John Chadbour, ol Dixiorit, Maine-he be-
longed to the sch. Frectos ii, apt. Alien, 6fedg-
wick. His fricids may receive his clothing, &q.
by calling at No. 50, liidia-sr'eet.
ill bar'il sell. Billow, Mi. Aaron Pratt, mate,
a native of l,asset.


pOR' 0' B US oJV-WIS2l,.
W.F.DNESDA7, August 1.-Arrived, sch. I'raveller.
Htue,C. Cii. csto. 10; dolphin, Hall. treni Ktilitbec;'
,,uoPQi tioii G, i.dl' i,' anuti.xpresriBUlklry, N. u ij; lrc-
tour,itecring, rildgi purt; Tolera tou, %. heeler, ttraUisd ;*
AnaiIulatSA, lioAuLiiten; E.lieulay, biEli,, frum Aetxai-
dria i ottnu, aiale.
Clearcd-lrig Draco, Atwoou., Gibraluir and a market;
schs.r'it. 'larit, lbuntkr, St. Aiodrews;: iti 13 at ; tu.inet,
LetIr' N, N; Orleati ; Utit Cti, ai.ut. N. .Yori. ; G-neva' John-
soi, Hmrtlbrd; sloups bSauine, Huteiosad Delight, iilelsh
N. T.ik.
THURStSA2, Augeust 2.-Arrived, bigs Elizasbatl.lich
Livelrpyo, '3 ; Blakil ity. iurti- N. Orans.'209And 26 fr'
i4ltc ; sluip n i 0wu i. 0htrs, Bakes, JIrsvidence ; Clipper
'tirkersoii, N. 'YuiK LBuJolto, PaCket.Overion, MiddlcetoVn
Cleared-Sch. lebricea, Hlldr, N. Orleans.
bFiIDiAY, .iisgus 3 -Arrived at quarantine
brig Volant, Fairfield, 10 days tram Uape Hlayti--
eu, via Ktninebuinik.'
lefaresd-,Brigs Miles Standish, Carver, Gib-
raltarb aund market, ;Hope&.?-Sally-Ann, libbert,.
J.lacmel, byli. Htuntingtoit; Gayov. Books, Bish-
op, Alexandria, b)y N. Gotlfard Eunice, tallis,
tl. by Win. iarsois ; sehsa.' ophronia Dole,
Wadle, Wiseasset ; Lady Wasiliugtoi, Eaton, Ed-
gecraotibe; Stork, Haskell, Lubec ; sloq s Enip, ess
Ehsion, Nantucket ; Augustus, Hile astport ;
Betsey. lRobbins, Plymouth.
Imported sinme t27th ult.-3't5 bbls. Floinr-
4130 bushels Corn-20 lhds., 12;i5 rloxes, ard I38-
bbis. Sugar-608i hlids., 173 caskb, S tierces and
'23 bids. Molasses2--2"2 bbls. and 189 bags Coffee-
101 bbls. Uye Coffee-771 tietrees RK.e"-.4f:. Liles
C'oton-173.1ilids., i57 kegs, 1-'7 Zeroons (149889
lbs.), 13 ia tf'kegs, and 210 bale CubaT.'ba. u-
C puts-elots and 38Chm or .- rhti f- pipe, S7 P
cas, 'a .2 qr. as-s boxes, ai1 ri70 doz. tibstles
Winet) 40o0 Cigars-1t 40'hall chests SR:,lad Oil- '
3649 bags Selh Petre---70i0 ags Gitgetr--6130
ftiet and '-22% logs Mahogany-12850 Hlornis--86
chests Indigo, & e. &,e.

Salem, dugvus't 'S-Ar.'ived, brig America, Dew-
ing, 58 days from penh;gei,, sall 45 day)s from
Goitteabtrg, with iron, to S. Wd hite. At Copen-
hagen, June 6, brig Waiinderer, Counwa), it Mar.
blelead, waiting cargo ; biig F'ancis. Snow, in
quarantine ; brig Atn, Rousseau, of Boston, arr.
in the Roads. lBrig Hesper, using. passed El-
sineur 6th June. At Gottentburg, June 19, brig
Sauoset, B.artlett, tbr Boston int 5 days, the orily
America in port. Spoke, July 6, lat. 54, Ion. 24,
,30,.sqiip Amily' tfroin New York ibr Liserpool.-
July 24, on Sable Ise Isle an, aset. Pincey, of Ply.
mouth, with 16.01o0 fish, aji sell. Eli na Ann, of
do. with 7000-.luhl'2L lat. 42 5, Ion. 66, 49, brig
Corporal Trini, Davis '2 days fiom Glouce ster.

Extract of a letter frem a House in Port a
Pt isce, t a partner ii ihis town:1-' The t olumn
bian li.tigof wiar, Capt. Pielot, and her prize Fhip
were condenined at P an P on tlbe '2th Jul .-
Capt. Pilot andI Con. Nor'tlhrop hqt left P. ai P.
to join Cofn. N's. vessel off Goaieve.-Prierrsat P.
a V. Jitly lii-Flour, per bbl. l4i-Rice 8-
Cropsofcorn blasted by the draugl.t."
The sloop Orbitp, of New li' dro-l. hound on a surveying
voyng,'.hsuar at rhi, port froir N. To Ik.
with navy timnh.I,a:r. -t qotrantii. on Wednaday night,
3 oen sick of Ite eter, atue ,rad d) eiltary.
Ca-nie up frm quir. on "i1 liurday. brig Hope,.ltann, 21
days f,'sm 4 urraeti. 0, theo 14th July i, the Monah Pas.
sage., was b..i'drd by a pri .ittcr tirig, ofi 16 guns, rel-ited
frosi ia ga,'tt. deoItaind lwo hourtand oiflcers and er cr
ro'd ltl of iea w y ill their clothits. &. The capt. had his
w.T'eh and 150 !lis. takte.-A bbl. of beef and part of a coil
of rigging, was lik-wise carried off.
Portladeiil, y 31.-Extractof a letter frame the maser of
the chr. Mary-Ann, It this ro to hisis owners, dt d lu-
vtnao Juir ta :-" I was bh.arded off thui pnrt, by a pirate
who robbed me sat g-.ld watch, spy glass, all m.iy cloetih.itg
rnd sundrip? if my on l, to the siutoint of E3S0i or mort'-
antd robbed the c-ew ofwereral things-look a.l stores, mot
of our bread, our riggitig, and many small artirles."
Extract of a letter from 'sapt. Prinee, of tlte brig Hind,
to Ins ovtiner in this tl:lee, dated New Yori. J ely 23. i tie
day I eft Haviina. within 10 Otiles of ih- Mot ), I wat rob-
bet of atlniosr evres' tnovealie article on hoard, including
alsout ,8480 in cash. The pirates were ilt asi open heat,
coatiistin5 oft 10 tien, armed with muskets."
The Oracnok Zfnvigetiam.-We, the undersigned, BStsnoh
Pist]nli]ing itd residingtat Ocraeock, do hereby repre-
sent to till !,- blie. for the-beefit of niaster, and owners of
vasets, tslit Ibr s-v. ral days )>sst we Wire of t51 opil;ion
ihtat a new rhitine wsts breaking out rotnd the uuint of
On aeoek, till on tht 3d inist.we came thioueli ilttway, tor
the piti postof sttintili:-out, sit have the pt aosre tt state,
th'.t ol the shoalest port we found 5 fe. t, although tht ide
had thi''-o several intlst.-aiil that it is not mare th,,i S to
10 yas ds across this chna.. -h a tt1, t.ioi direetl) int, two
fathoms eac'h way. aind thfat the sld. does not cross the chlte-
nel as trms-erly. bit th.t tli ecli. nit eutk, itt a tres ttrcc,
lion wit-,the tiude. by which it s ot i e like y to filJ up,
but wilt improve daili-.and thbsughi tie wind was blowing
Irisli fr'om the ottlt. the ethatnel. sas perft.etiy snioitiu,
and did noe break on the *hao,. ss foreti ily, atti *hat Is
consider it the brt and safest bhntttt tlhatr se htve tver
been aT this t'v'-gatito ; aid sht.t io still mote fsivoma.he
lthe shoal tiow nsake, no ti tirtner side ofth poitil Oi Ocra.
lock, ar.d siot0id a vess! i gst on ,o it, drawiimc 10 i(tt.lad
ml athlt to griu-t ovr. th.-re ', inti tthe east danger, as tlhe
fhoat title wi ll bring hler back inst thi. chai i't!. \V.. soutn-
del the ehsaanel again on the 411ltand found it as the day
b'homas Strytu, Ciri,totithr O'Ner), ien. James Brage,
Cor itrahel Gaskiis. tJohl; Brlg, Williai, Gnikins. Wil-
liam Tolsioa, netj. Williams. Jr.
Ocracck, July 6, 121.

At Bermudt no dtie. IcHenry, of Iristol, R. T. for Nor-
folk, 4. Th MAlargaret & Sarti. of Flail. could not dis-'
pos" ofhier cargio. nt sa)hl ,July 12. fir St. T:i,]1s.
At St. Doininig.i ( 1',i). yi 7. ,.igI !iataor, Dole.of New-
bntryr<*t. 11tw St Toa Ad.'-,s Poor, of do eoading.
BrigNNepptuie. KRtl a. .for Port and, was oi the coast, tjk-
iipm in.
AtPt. Peife, Jtul 8, Albert, for Portlatd, 35, not dis. ;
Freinre. do. 10; Olive. nati. dicliair-d; licrrnaphrodito
brig Frank in, 23 daysJ rom Camden (Mr.) ar. 7th, and
Ship Ratsslas, Low, which sailed from this port May 2.3
sr. at Cup.tiiise t .'111i1i 1t.
Se C',lftl, H'itchins, r Newburyport, was at St. arts,
J'UI> S. .,. ,eir'. '. -
A; Hysaius,oiB TueslayurA sobn, sa. of, sanier, Cr w '.

***l* tW"-*l-M^IMf 4 C ir ._

ell, from Halifax, bound W.; Raindeer, Crowell, f'. cs ti
pordo.; sloop Union, henee forProvidence. Sel. Packet
had ailed for Philadelphia.
At Matanzas, July 8, Renown, Arno'd, fur Partmnuoh..
about commencing to load; sch. Fame, Skerry,of Salcfl,
from Hayti.
At Matanzs, about Joly 18, Galaxy, Brown, Postonncxt
day; elh. Chmax, Simpson, of do. dise. A lbrig ofr dc. had
just ar. from Mobile, with all hands sick but the capt. who
was taken unwell next day.
At Havana, 18th oilt. hip Eaele, of Boston, from South
America, disc.; hN ig Falcon, of do.disc.
At Bermuda. July 19, M1disan, Norfolk, 4 ; sehs. celiun
bu,. 'Ross, Baih, un, ; James Muonroe, Haundley,'Boston,
next day.
At St. Jago, June 19, Hope, Briegs, Boston, 10; ach. Ar"-
ringdon, Bourne,of Sandwich. for Bait. 7.
On Brazil Bank, lat. 44, S. shipjHope, of Boston, for S.
Seas, with one whale.
July2l, lat: 35, Ion. 72, chebaeea boat Nancy Thurndike,
irom Bverly.
July 15, lat. 271, Ion. 657, brlig Milo, 14 days from Port-
JulneT. Int. 47. Ion. 32, the Nelson, Barney, from South
Seas for London-full.
July 22. off the Bahama Channel ship Brilliant, from
New Orleans for Gibraltar,
Brig Gen. Marion, Storms, of N. Bedford, from Maraicay-
bo,ar. at St. Tlhomas 54th ult.
Sch. Lark, of Dighton. from Waslhinptn, N. C. ar. 7thl,
and sailed for Curasos. sRme day.
Brig New Packet, Tihatcher,ef this port, for St. P,.ters.
burg sailed from St. Salvador 30th May.
Bri1 Washfagton, Basset, from Newburyport,has arr. at
the Cape de Verds.
The Prudent, .Hayward, for South Seas, sailed fr. Deal
June 27.
Ar. at Nanucket, July 30, slh6p Martha. Weeks, Pacific
Oceans full of oil-has been absent 37 months.
Sch. America, Stover, from St. Barti, arrived at Wells,
on Saturday-Sch. .Lewis, Littlefield, 19 days from Mari.
gone, at Kennebunk on Sunday.
t Sch. Penguiu, Noble, for Salem, sailed from Alexandria
29(ttl utlt. .
Cl. at New York, brick Ocean, Bord, Hamburg ; sch.Eli-
.*aPiggot, Waterman, W. Inlidie; sloop Packet, Russell,
PHILADELPHIA, July 30-Arrived. brigs Fanny. ty-
delius.Buenot Ayres ; Zeno, Slad etSt. Johns,- '. It.; Hay-
lien sch. Ann, Christie. Port anl Pi'nce. Cl. blig iHjnnah,
Winebnry, St.Jago, Cuba; sloops Itoxana, Gregory, St.
BALTIMORE, July 29-Arrived, sch. Arrington, St.
J tgo, Cila. 23. CL brig Laurel, Haskll, St. Andrews;
t1ns. Decatur, Chalumean, Nuevitas ; Young Man's Coinm-
panion Dukehart, Jeremie; Harinah. Adams, Trinidad,
Cuba ; Union. Mayo, Bermnda ; Irik. Gardner, St. Jago;
Superior, Whelden, St. Thom.as; Betsey, Chadwick, Port-
land; Manchester, Allen,Boston.
CHARLESTON, July 23.--Lrrired, sch. Mary Ann,
Hillard, Havana. 6. Cl. Br. ship Cleveland, Mackey, Li-
verpool; ship Juhn, Thurston, Liverpool.

----" August 3. 1821..
'U. S. 6 Per Cents. Defer. Man.and Mee.....5....54 a 361
red.......................3 a 31 Suffolk............. 13.1 a 14
6 do. of 13P. ..............74 a EXCHANGE.
813............ a England, 30 dys..... a 8
*4...........91aa 60 ... 0
18 1s1s...........11 a 14 NeewvTork...............oI a loo0
U. S. 3 Per Cent..... Scarce. Philadelphia...99 58 a 100
do................. ... 8 Baltimore...............099 a 99k
7 do....._ 9 a 10.0 V fginia......,.'.. 98 8-
BANK .STOCK. N. Carolina..:....... 95 a 9
United State ..........113 114 S. Carolina................97 a 98
Masssachutts....12 a 13 Savannah....................9 a 97
Urnion. .............S...a...08at SPECIE.
Boston..,.................83 a 8311 Spanish Dollars.....3-8 aS ad.
Stte....... ......... ............ 64 Doubloons........15 40 a 15 50
New England........113 a 114 |
OV7Corrated for the Columbian Centinel, by SAMUEL

For Canton,
The sutperiqr fast sailing, copper
.fastened and covered ship ZEPHYR,
360 tons hurthe,. Win. Cleveland, supercargo, will
sail for Canton 1st Augusat. Specie will be ta-
ken out to be invested and l bicught back on reason-
able terms. Apply to the Supercargo in Salem,
or at No. 30, India-street.,
June23 epistf BAKER & HODGES.
(.AjNOTICE.--The ship ZEPHYR having
been unavoidably detained, will sail fOr Canto-. in
a few days. The shippers are requested to furnish
theirorders on or before the 10th inst. aug 4

Steami Boat Massachusetts,
1 Is now in good order, in
every respect; will leave
..j Liverpool-wharf every day
at 3 P. M. for Nahant and
Salem; will leave'the latter phlce precisely at 6, A.
A1. and stop at Nahant for those who may wish to
come up. Fare each way 50 cents. This arrangp
menit will be continued until further notice is given.
,aug 4

The Steam boat EAGLE,
SCapt. Wood, leaves Russia-
-wharfTO-.VIORROW, and
.s every day at 9 o'clock, A.
M. for Salem ; will land Papsengers at Deer Island,
Nahant and Marhlehead ; leaves Salem at 3 P. M.
same day, and arrives in Boston, at past 7 o'clock
in the evening. Passage 50 cents each way-chil-
dren half priee.
N. B.-Light-reight will be taken if offered.
Jdty 7

P Y T. HA SKINS, at his Distillery, Rainsford's-
I lane-a general assortment of Cordials of su-
perios quality ; Lemon Shrub, or Essence of Punch,
prepared from the best materials; Rectified Spirit;
Cherry Rum; and. 5000 gallons Cider Vinegar.
aug 4

S00 casks Claret Wine, ESTITLED.
800 baskets,of 12and 6 bottleseach, TO
Sallad Oil, .)*xasEB TUE.
92 hlids. Kentucky Tobacco,
$3 bales,New.Orfeans Cttton,
9 pipes Lisbon Wine,
SOO casks Cut Nails, from 3d to 40d,
4 bales striped Seersuckers, adapted to the Span-
ish market,
40 chests Chinese Vermilions
3 eases Oil of Annis,
1 case Oil of Orange, Orange Buds, Sealing
Wax, 'Tutenag, xc. &e. aug 4

Copartnerslip Dissolved.
T HE connexioin hi business heretofore existing
between the subscribers inler the firm of
is by mutual consent,.herebv dissolved. All per-
soni having demands, against said firm, at e reqaes-
ted to present them. for payment, and those in-
debtel are called upon to make payment to SI-
LAS P TARBELL, at No. 6, Market-row, who
is duly authorized to adjust the concerns of thie late

Copartnership Formed.
* THE. asubse,-ibers respectfully intfobm their
*'ithdsla nd the publiecthat they have formed a con-
nexion in business under the firm of
mand have takenistore N'. 6, Markop.-row, recently
occupied by the late firm of Tarbell & Eveleth,
where tley offer for salp on good terms, an exten-
aive asset tment of BOOTS aild SHOES, of every
S./l1so-sofeahd upperLeather; CalfSkins; Seal
Skins; Sheep Skinsa; Morrocco, Leather, Lining
and Binding Skins; Bont Webbing; Boot Cordm;
Ribbons; Galloons ; English and American Shoe
Thread; Linens ; Indtlia Coto s, Se.&c. .
.Boston. July 24,1821. 4is4os

f .AS this day received from Philm'-lphia, a
arge assortment of Parasols, consisting of the tol-
owig ear, .ty of patterns, viz:
.oFwered Silk, Lined, and Ivory Handles,
do. do. do. Wood 4o.
Levantine do. do. flowered borders, Ivory do.
Florence do, dp. do. do.
Levantine do. lined, star fringes,
Florence do. do. do.
Do. do, flowered borders without fringes,
Jgyantine do. do. do.
VMorence do. plain fringes,
:aranet do. do. ...do.
0o.- do. for children.
The aboye will be sold at vezr t reasonable pri
episiV : .jaay 23.

Copartnership Dissolved.
tIE coninexion in business heretofore exist-
.I.ing between the subscribers,.under the firm
of JOSIAll CL.tiK, Jr. &. CO. is by mutual
consent hereby dissolved. All persons having de.
mands against said firm, are requested to present
them for payment, and those itdehted are ralledl
upon to make payment to JOSIAH CLAtIK, Jr.
at No. 41, State-streer, who is duly authorized to
adjust the concerns of the late firm.
aug 3, 1821. JOSIAH CLARK, Jr.

Copartnership Formed.
STHE, subscribers respcetlf.ly form their
friends and the public, that they have formed
a counexioi in business, under the fi m ot CLARK
U FROBISIIER, and shall continue to t-anUsact
business at the Stand recently improved by the
late firm ot JOSIAH CLARK, Jr. & CO. No.
41, State-street. JOSilAli CLARK, Jr.i
Where they have fir sale, a general assortment
of WEST-INDIA GOODS-also, a few barrels
prime mess Bee 3Swis ang .i

IIibbert Senior's London Brown Stout
and Porter, &ffc.
w CASKS sroWvn Stout and Porter, part of
jl whichis illn cint bottles. JAlso, a fe.,' pipes
eigne'.le's Roehelle Brandy ; do. St. Onge do. and
Outard, Dupuy & C.)s C ignac Brandy,of the Wan-
derer's cargo-fobr sale at No. 26, Stite-sti eet.
aug 4 lp

.No. 5, CEYNTIZl.L-STRE;r.T,
H AVE received by the Triton, from Liver-
I bale Carpeting; bales of Flannels,
Black Boinbazetts ; Cassimeres; Buckranis,
Lace Goods; Tritmmings, &c.
Ginghams ; Robes ; Cambrics,
White and fancy Cravats; English Silk Hdkfs.
Black and colored Tabby Velvets,
Imitation Muslins, '
Imitation brown and white Shaetings,
7-8 and 4-4 brown and white Linens,
aug 4 4wis

40 eases Bengal Indigo; 800 hags Ginger, .
670 do. Salt Petre; 66 cases Gum Shellac,
9 do. do. Arabic; 110011 Gunny Bhgs,
14 pipes Cognac Brandy, (Outard's band)
IS 'asks old Slerry Wine,.
40 bolts Russia Duck.
150O Ibs. full blooded Merino Wool,
100 bbls. A lexandria superfine Flour.
aug 4 istf

JVew Carpetings, Table Linen, etc. etc.
.Vis. 18 and 20, Market-street,
IT AS for sale, received per Trtion, from Liv-
.JL erpool,
6 baits Carpetings, comprising Brussels, Vere-
tian and Kidderminster, new patterns-Rugs
to match,
2 eases Table Linen, amongst which are Damask
Cloths, all sizes-Napkins to match, superior
quality, .
2 cases super. Chint2 Furnitures nld Copl erplates,
1 do. Fitrniture Dimities, fashionable figures,
4 bales Rose Blankets, 7-4 to 13-.,
I case patent colored Threads, Nos. 20 a 30,
aug 4 epe6is

A FEW bbls. pickled SALMON, Nos.1, 2 and
3. .Elso-50 kegs do. for shipping. Apply
to G. A. EAMES, No 4, Exchange-street.
aug 4 Ip

AVE for sale, just received-20 casks superior
Tallow; 80 small casks fresh Currants,
15 quarter casks Uolminar WINE,
5 do. dn. Lisbon t v rT SUPaERIOR.
500 hoxes Soap ; 100 handsome Marble Slabs,
and a few kegs Vermillion. epistf aug 4

F- UR Seal Skins of a superior quality, with the
S hair pulled, suitable tcr lapping ; prime
Spring Reaver, and Musqntish Skins-for sale by
TIMOTHY DODD, No..6, Merchants' Row.
ep4w-vis J ly V18
SBAG#,St. Domingo Coffee, entitled to
U00 debentt.r, for.aale by TOBIAS I.ORe ,
No. 41 Long-wharf. episSt July 14

TIHE subscribers having formed a Copartnership,
their business will be united at No's 17 and
19, Market-street, under the firm of "

aug 1 8is WILLIAM W. STONE.
T HE subscribers inform their friends and the
. public, that they have formed a connexion in
business under the firm of
and hive for sale, at their Store, No. 9, Coingress.
square, next south of the U. S. BranchBanik, Coni-
Cognae ansd Rochelle Brandy,
Old Jamaica Spirit; Weesp and Seleidam Gin,
St. Croix Ruma; Old Columbia Whiskey,
Old Madeira, -
Sicily do.
Lisbon, fWI.NES.
Port, J
Old Madeira, a }
Old Sicily,
Froetignac, 'INES, in bottes.
Barsae, .
S eases Champaigne J
Bottled Porter; do. Cider,
A few of Davenport's excellent Cheeses,
White arnd brown Havana Sugars,
West India and Sugar House brown do.
Loafand Lump Sugar, a few loaves Baltimore
treble refined.
The best ofHyson, Young llyson, Hyson Skin,
ard Souchong Teas,
0ldJava Coffee, in small bags, for families use,
Old St. Domingo and Laguira do.
Fresh Olive Oil, in bottles and flasks,
Bordeaux Basket Oil,
Winter and Summeir strained Lamp Oil,
Howard-stree superfine Flour,
Superior Cabana Cigars,
Fresh Olives ; Figs and Raisins,
Entry Mats-with all the variety of articles,usur
ally found in Grocery Stores, all of which may be
depended upon as being of first quality and at the
fair prices. EDW'D .W. PARKER,
July 18,1821. epistf

Constantly for sale at 69, Broad-street, by
may 23 istf

H AVE just received-a few trunks best Italian
Sewing SILKS. epistm July 11

W ANTED a Painter, oe v'who understands
painting and ornamenting chairs, both plain
and facey ; to such an one steady employment will
le given. For further particulars inquire at the
Cent liul Counting Room. aug 4

Pleasant House in a central situation.
T O be let and may be entered upon immediate-
ly, a new brick house, No. 2, Central Court,
in Newbury-street, near Summer-street-rent
p480. Inquire of THOMAS & ANDREWS,
. .44, Newbury-street. Sapis aug 1

FPANITIL IIALL, Boston, 4th Aug. 1821.
T"HE Assessors of the town of Bos'ou hereby
give notice to the Inhabitants, and all othlier
peons liable to pay taxes in said Town, that they
will itend at thni- "Offlce, Faneuil 11all, for fifteen
days from the above date, (Lord's days excepted)
and no longer, (or the purpose of receiving thie Val-
uation of their states, according to Law; and they
are hereby requested to bring true anl! perfect lists
of their folls, eacdhilihe just value, of their Reul and
Persoinl Estates, -including in this description,
. Proprietary Estates, and Estates in trust, of which
they were severally possessed on the fist day of
May last; in their own right, or the right of others,
improved, or nott improved.
In conformity to an Act of the General Court,
passed the tliirteentth day of Februiary, 18*21.
The Assessors of lie Town of Boston request
the Inhabitants of said Town, to bring in true and
correct lists of all the articles contained in said Act,
in order that the said .Assessors may lie enabled to,
make their return to the Secretary's Ollice persu-
ant to Law.

And the said Assessors will be in session at their
Office, for the purpose of receiving such lists, attil
thle 20th s'.ty of the present nuinthli.
The- following is the form prescribed by said
Act, viz :-
Number of polls rateable, sixteen years old and
upwards to twenty-one years.
-- ot polls rateable, twenty-one years old and
-- of ma!e polls not rateable, nor-s4ilotted by
the town.
of male polls su pported by the town.
-- of dwetling houses.
-- of shops within or adjoining to divelling-
of other shops .
of distil-houses. -
-- ot" sngar-h'busess
of tan-houses. .
of slaughler-houses, and other working,*
--of pot and pearl ash works.
of ware-houses.
of ropewalks.
-- of grist-mills.
of carding-maclhiies, with their buildings.
of flulling-mills.
of spinning-machines going by water, with
their buildings.
of saw-mills.
of small-arm manufactories, with their build,
of slitting.mills.
of cotton and woollen factories with their
of other mills,
--- of iron-works and furaices.
of glass tiatories.
-- of card-factories.
of bake-houses.
-- of barns.
--. of all other works, buildings and edifices of
the value of twenty dollars and upwards.
of superficialfeel. of wharf. ,
of tons of vessels and smalleraft of five tonts
burthen and upwards, at home or abroad, coim-
puting the same according to lihe rules establish-
ed by the laws of the United States.
The amount of every person's whole stock in trade,
goods, wsaresant merchandise, at house or abroad
paid for or not paid for.
Tle annual amount of commissions arising f'omn
TiThe amount of securities of the United States, of
this State, or any of the United States, and at
what rate of interest.
The amount of money on hand, including such as
may be deposited in any bank or with any agent,
and exclusive of such as may belong to any stock-
holder as such.
The amount of stock, held by the stockholders in
aWy batk.
Number of ounces of plate.
of shsices in any toll bridges, or turnpikes
and the vplue of suci shares, with the aunital in-
come thereof- *
of acres uf tillage land, including orchards
of bushels of wheat.
-- of bushels of rye.
of bushels of oats.
-- of bushels ofItldian corn,
-- of bushels of Barley.
-- of ushels of peas und leaus, raised on the
said tillage land by the year.
---of pounds of hops.
of acres of English upland and mowing, in-
eluding orcharding mowed.
-- of tons of hay, the yearly produce of the
-- of acres of fIesh meadow.
-- of tons of hay-, lthle yearly produce of tie

of acres of salt marsh.
of' tons of hay, the yearly produce of the
-- of acres of pasturage, including theorchard-
ing pastured.
-- of cows the same will keep, with the after
feed of the whole farm.
-- of barrels of cider whioh can be made yearly
upon the whole farm.
- of cow rights.
- of aimes of woodland, exclusive of pasture
land enclosed.
- of acres of unimproved lanhl.
- ,of ac'es bf laid unimnproveable.
-- of acres of land owned by the town.
- ofacres owned by other proprietors.
- of acres of laid used for roads.
- of acres of land covered with water.
- of horses three years old and upwards.
- of oxeu four years old and upwards.
- of steers atnd. cows three years old and up-
- of swine of six months old and upwards.
NATHAN WEBB, .oJ the '1o0n of
SAM'L M. THAYER,. Boston.

To the Honorable the Senate and the
, House of Representatives of the Commonwealth
of Massaehusetts, in General Court assembled.
T HE President and Directors of the Essex 1 urn-
pike Corporation, on behalf of said Corpora-
tion respectfully represent, that an act of the Leg-
islature of this Commonwealth, passed the fotur-
teenth day of February last, by which the Gover-
nor was authorized to nominate and appoint on the
application of the Andover and Medfotrd Turnpike
Corporation, or the Essex Turnpike Corporation,
three Commissioners who were to have the same '
powers and perform the same duties as were. pre-
scribed tfor the Commissioners im an act passed the
27th Feb. A. D. 1807, is greatly injurious to the
rights and interest of' said Corpora'on. That it.
passed without notie to, or the consent of said
Corporation, and that the acts aforesaad impair the
rights vested in said Corporation by the Laws of this
They therefore praythatsaid acti maybe repealed.
GEO. S. JOHONNOT, silent
SAM. ENDICOTT, resiandt
Salem, .ilay 25, m821.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
IN bENZrTE, JuNUE 6, 1821.
On the petition aforesaid, Ordered, That the
Petitioners cause an attested copy of their Petition
with this Order thereon, to be served on the Adlo-
ver and Medford 'ITunpike Corporation, amd pub-
lishing the same three weeks in two tnespapers
printed in Boston, the service and last public.
tions to be thirty days aL least, before thIe first
Wednesday of the next Sessin of the present.
General Court, that all persons interested, may
then appear, and shew cause, if any they have,
why the prayer of said petition ahouuh not be grant-
ed. bent down for concurrence,
JOHN PIlSLLIPS, 1President.
In the House of Representautves, June 6, 18'1.i.
Read and concurred,
A true copy, Attest,
S. F. McCLEAILY, Clerk oj the Senate.

F OR sale--two lotsaof Laudl in Daggett's Alley,
at the uorth part of the twn, one measuring
60U and thdie other 800 feet. For further iinformna-
tion and terms of sale, apply ta DANIEL HER-
SEY, Auctioneer, Brattle-street. If it should not
be sold at private sale by ,VEDNESDAY, the 8th
inst. it will then be sold at Public Auction, at 1
o'clock P. M. on the premises, aug 1

qTi E CLASS graduated at Cambridge in 1815,
Share reminded that their annual meeting takes
plate at Concert Hall, Boston, tm the evening of
Tuesday, the 28th iust. at 7, o'clock.
W. H. ELIOT, -
J. G. I'ALFRO'Y, Committee.
\V. A. WARNEl,2l
aug A. 6spia
NT iUMEROUS disappointments and delays hav-
ing occurred i'i consequence of the.informality
oa Legal Instruments send to England.'
.Jotice is hereby given, that affidavits, letters of
attorney, deeds of all descriptions, &c. will hence-
, Irth Ie pr epared at the British Consul's Office, 49,
India-street, where all business relative to the re-
ceipt of Moneys, Pensions, and Dividends, the es-
tablishment of all manner oflegal claims, the prov-
ing of debts, in cases of bankruptcy, &c. and all
business generally connected w/th Great Britain or
the British Colonies, wil in future be transacted.
august 4 ROBERT C.. MANNERS.,
rTlHE Members of the ANCIENT AND HON-
hereby ordetierTl to meet at. their Armoryv, every
.Monday veing, (excepting the -i st M'jnday
evening i September) at 74 o'clock, until the
first ofOt(,ber next, for Drill, admission of Menm-
bers and other business. Per Order.
A.G. WINSLOW, Clerk.
august 4 ItO

SEA FENCIBLES-.8ttention -
T ILE. Members'of tlIe 'Boston Sea Fcncibles are
t otlered to meet at their Gun-ihouse, on
ItiONDIAY -next, at4 past 3, P.'M. A general
attendance is particularly requested.
an" P 'r order Pl'0' R. HOPKINS,
aug4 Sec. pro tent.

Medical Prize Questions.
T tihe-tnitsnoal ieetitg of the Boylston Medical
A. Comnimitce, ield it Boston, August 1,1821, it
it was .Voted tlfit the Boylston Medal or fifty
dollars in money hbe awarded to the author of a
.Dissertationu 'O, (hi the diseases of the Liver &c."
who was found to be Jotf 0C. UAITrov, MI. D. of
Chlehusford, Ms. i and that the same be awarded
to the author of a Dessertation.on this question,
Canm feiiicin1sublstmances be safely atnd advan-
tageously introihled into animal bodies through
the mtedim Y/ t/he veins," who was found to be
EnoCtt IALE, jr. M. D.,and M. M. S. S. of
The following .-Prize Questions are now before
the public, namely-
1. On the diagnosis and treatment of Pertussis
or chincougnh..
2. On the medicinaluse ofIhe Prussic acid.
Dissertations on these subjects must be transial t-
ted, post paid, to DAVID TowNSE n, M. D. of
B-astou, on or before the first Wednesday in April,
3. On the functions ofthe extreme ca/iillary ves-
sels in health and in disease. '
4. What textures of the body when punctured or
lacerated are liable to briuff on the disease called
Tetanus.? "'
Dissertations on the two last subjects must be
transmitted as above,on or before the first Wednes-
day in April,, -823.
The author of the best dessertation on either of
tlesp subjects, if.aipiroved, will be entitled to re-
deive tlie boyfstoan Medal, or fifty dollars. E&cl
dissertation must be accompanied w.ith a-scaled
lpaceket on which shi ll be written some device, or
senence; and within shall be enclosed the author's
name and place of residence. The same device or
sentence is to be written on the dissertation to
which Ithe packet is attached.
All unsuccessful dissertations are deposited with
the Secretary, from whom their authors can obh-
tain themif called for wit/uns one year fte r ilthey
are received. -
No printed dissertation van be received.
The Authors of dissertations are desired to
write their papers neatly, distinctly, legibly,, and
on good paper. J. G. COFFIN, Secretary.
The printers of J'Newspapers in the U. S.
are .requested to publish the above. aug 4

Wrifford's Treatise on Penmanship.
I,INCOLN & EDM ANDS, No. 53, Cornhill.
Shtve reoCebr published,
Mr. Writ frti's Treatise on Chironra-
phy, or Systemnieted Penmanship, containing a sys.
tematic mode of Instruction ; how to proceed in
the course, and how to draw and write erch princi-
ple and letter pertaining to Copy Hand, Capitals,
Figures, and Currvent Htand, accompanied by a com.
plete set.of Copperplate Copies, and recommended
by eminent instructors throughout the United
States. Mr. Wriffotd's peculiar and happy talent
at instruction is well known by a long course of sie.c
cessful practice in the principal citiesin the United
States, particularly in the Art of Writing; and the
publisher' look for a liberal patronage of this work
of superior merit. If any work may be denomina.
ted the self taught-Penman, this is tindoubtedly en-
titled to tlie appellation ; and so long as the superi-
ority of system atnd method over vague and raiudom
practice shall be i mitted, tlis boet must merit at-
tention. Price 9t. aug 4

Library of Harvard University. '
I4 ENTLEMEN having Books from the Li-
brary of Harvard University, are requested
to return them before te the 9 I of Angst. '
JOS. G. COGSWELL, Libarian.
Cambridge, July 19, 1821. 7spis

T IHE subscriber dfers his services to the public
as a Merhelaniliz'e Broker. Apply at his
Counting Room, entrance at No. 8, State-street, or
at side door, opposite Rogers' Buildings.
(:RParticular-attention paid to the article of Pot
and Pearl Ashes. !
Reference to-Hon. JONs WELLES.
lioston, July 14, 1821. 6spis


IS this daT published byv H. PARKER, No '
12, Corniihll, being Votf. 4th of Ihis superior edi-
tion of the .Novels Tales and IRomances, by the
Author of Waverley-price 1,50 to subscribers for.
the whole set, or 2,Oi .separate. Subscribers are,
requested to call, or seid for their books.
c(s As this edition is nearly completed, those per-
sons who wish to avail themselves of the present
cheap price, would A)e well to subscribe, as the
price will be advanced ihen the.work is finished.
T['he specimen vlwhic4l is been published, of a sat
of Vigrnette Title-pagestmor these volumes, having
received .the decided': approbation of the subscri-
bers, they are informed that time plan will prodieed
with as much dispatch s. possible.
The second series Tales of my Landlord, contain-
ing, The Heart of Mid-Lothipt, is in press.
July 28 isw


ESPECTFULLY, intirmis the public, that Ih
blis taken the large, airj, anid elegant House,
0 59, BRUADWAY, .Aew-York, which is
now prepared in a superior style for the reception
of company; and where Ladies and Gentlemen can
be accommodated with lodgings, either for longer
or shorter periods. Families and Parties can be
furnished within private parlors, and separate ta-
bles, if desired. The house will be supplied with
the choicest Liquors, and the table with every
delicacy that the New-York market affbrds.-
Great care will be taken that the servants shall be
of the most unexceptionable character; and every
effort will be made to render the situation of a!l
persons .ho may favor him with tneir custom,
comfortable and agreeable. epis2im Juice 11

T'NWO genteel Dwelling, Houses,' situated near
J Mount "Vernoni, on lBuvdoin-place, with every
cuivmnilellce for a genteel family, with two pur-
lours, battling room, and seven chambers in eashi,
Lesides two chambers in the attic story for tdomea-
tics. Pose; sion given on or before the first of Sep-
tember next. If sold, cash or credit at the optiuoi
of the purchaser. Inquire at the Centinel Count-
ing Room.
Planted-a good COW. Inquire as above.
asu Iist

N'o'fiC. E.
I HE subscriber at hisoflicee, No; 15, SiRte-street,
Swishes to receive proposals from any persons
di'pos)ed to offer terms, for removing the Stone,
and building in the best manner, about 450 perch ot
Wharf Wall, to average 5 feet thirk at the bottom
or base lo 3 feet thick t top; to be properly laid and
secured with sources of binders at ever three feet
light, and to be backed up with small istoie. Also, to
dig and remove from adjoining land, to the above
wharf, earth and gravel to fill up the same.
aug 4 5sp 'THOMAS ENGLISH.
DM R. JOSEPH 0. OSGOOD has taken a room,
No. 31, Ani-street. aug. 4
South Bridgewater Academiy.
T'RHE trustees of this Institution feel it their duty
to inform the public, that they have recently
made renewed and peculiar exertions to place the
Academy under the tuition of learned and skillul
Iustriuctors, and that both departments, are now
very ably conducted.
They feel pleasure in stating, that all the usual -
branches of education taught in similar institutions,
comprising those which ace requisite f ntr admit-
tance at the Universities, with the Io'e refined
parts of a finished female educetiocnmay now be
tdvantageously acuilired at this.-aCudemy.
The early foundation of this institution-tbhesue-
cession ofuhle anI accomplished Teachere-the
number of distinguished and amiable individuals of
holli sexes, who have resorted here for instruction,
wiml thie present patronage of the public, and the
sl.11 rising pirospects of tne academy,.conspire to
give it at decided rank among th6 fist instlitutions
of the kind in New-England.
The present lireceptor, MNr. BEKJA.tN r F.
FAlxtNawuaiTs, is eingged us a pernii nt list.ruc-.
tor ; ,and thle ''Trustees have hsad much evidence of
his superior.quilificalions They feel thie fullest
confidence that those parents who may senrid theii
children to this academy for instiuiction, will not
be disappointed. I
The situation of the nendremy is both healthy iand
pleasant. Board many be obtained at .he moderate
prices of from a l to 1l,75 per week, and tuition
is alike reasonnule.
S. Bridgewater, Asugust 1, 1821.

Exhibition oT 0 Slel 1u)Vlk
.4T N'o. 73,M.iRKEJ-ST- ?EET.
O NE hundred and fifty thousand SIIELLS of
the most elegant Polish and Brilliant colours,
collected lifrom all paItot'the WoHld, ad arranged
so as to show the diff,'.ent Orders of .-lrchitecture,
and facilitate the study of Conchology-i n the form.
A Modern DwellingHouse, and aTemple surround-
ed vitih a variety of Flowers, and specimens of
about 100 dmihlerent kinds of SHELLS.
a 0To be opened on Monday next, and will con-
tinue open every day, from'9 A. M. till sunset.
Admittance 25 ets.. august 4


The JV'ew Picture.,
TS open for iIpblic view, at Mr- D. L. Brown,
, oom. No.12, Cornhi!l-square, adjoining lhIs
Academy, every day, from 9 in the morning tillis
in the Evening. Admittance 25 cents. 5
may 26 epistf
J)UR. GORHAM his removed td the house late-
s.. ly occupied by Me. James Read, in Milk.
street, opposite the mansion house of the late Judge
Paine. 4spis aug 1

ANY person duly authorized may receive the ef-
feets of JOIHN COTTON, late of Poland,
Maine, 2d1 officer of ship Perfect, of Boston, who
died at Liverpool, in June last, by applying to LOT
WHEELWRIGHT & SON, No. 55, Long-wharf.
aug 4

Notice to "W. R."
T HE person who advertised for employment in
the Centinel of the 14'.t ult, and directed let-
ters to he addressed to W, R." is requested to
call atthe Centinel Counting Room. ang 4
E ITHER as an active or silent partner, with a
capital of from five to ten thousand dollars,
in an established and profitable line of business.-
The best reference will be given and required. A
line addressed to A L. H. and left at -the Post
Office, will meet immediate attention.
aug 4 3spis -
O N Thursday evening last, a valuable Gold
NECKLACE, with a Locket attached to it.
Whoever has found the same, and will leave it at
thh Centinel Counting Room, shall be suitably re-
warded. aug4
N Saturday last, between the Boy!ston Mar-
ket House and Hollis-street, a small yellow
Morocco Purse with a steal clasp, containing about
S10 principally in change. Also two small keys,
one of which is brass. Whoever has found the
same and will leave it at the Centinel Counting
Room shall be rewarded. august 4.

TRAYED from the subscriber on'the 18th inst.
a small chestnut colored COW, with short legs,
and short stout horns. Whoever has found the
.Cow, and will give intforiat ion -vhere she may be
found, shall hbe generously rewarded.
Boston, JuL.y31. O LIVER HATCH.
j OST, on Wednesday, 25th Julv,a Ladies green
,A IN DISPENSABI.LE, contairning 2 Eagles, a
very valuable Box, a Savings Bank Book and '2
hdkfs. Whoever has found the same, and will
leave them at the Gazette Counting Room, shall be
entitled to the two Eagles and receive the thanks of
the losert aug 4
& YOUNG Man, who has a partial knoweldge of
f Book-keeping, and writes a thfair hand, is desi.-
rousof a situation as Clerk in a Store or Counting
House; or would engage to perform any kind of
writing lora reasonable compensation. Good re-
commendations can be given. A line to M.P. may
le left at the Centinel Counting Room. aug 4
"NWO Jonrneymen Bakers. Good recommen-
dations will be required. Apply at the Centi.
uel Counting Room. aug 4
A GENTEEL Dwelling House, situate in Sprtig
street, with every convenience for a genteel
iunily, to be'entered tie 10th inst. Inquire of A-
BRIA'M MOORE, over No. 3. Tudor's buildings,
or of ISAAC DURELL, nex' door to said dwl-
ling house. aug 4
T WO Chambers over store, No. 24, Merchants-
row, with* Counting Rooms, Slilves, Coun-
ters, and Draws, well calculated for Dr-'lnstic
Goods,and a goods and for Businest.
Also Chambers over store occupied by JOSEPR
STicKNEr, near the M;1rket.
For further particulars apply to DAVID W"
BRADLEE, No. 24, Merchantu-row. aug 4

1 -_, ,-. I

THIS 1DAY st 10 o'clock,
At FRAoNCIS WII.Bn's Of(fice,
.A'o. 9, KIL.UY-S' It t'ET
50 boxes brown Havana Sugar; 2000 lbs. Cocoa
10 pipes Sahiedam Gia ; 10 do. olid Weesp Ancbor
Gi ; 400 Gin Cases; 9 hids. Shrub; 15 boxes
Smoking Pipes.
Ea-rthen Ware.
-THIS DAY at 11 o'clock-,
Opposite JVo. 50, Central-whaof
54 crates EARTHEN WARE, now linlhng
from ship Triton, from Liverpool, t c,-.: 1,, caI the
following articles, viz !--Blue and green, edged and
ce Plates; Twifflers uand Muffins ; cc Bowls; W-ash
lasons; Jugs; Mugs; Cihambers; blue printed'
with blue tops, and tIney Tea Cups and Saucers;
blue and green edged Dishes ; Sauce Boats ; Pep-
pers; Salts; Mustards, kc.--i assorted pack.
ges. Also--20 crates, assorted for country trade,
The whole is to be sold without reserve, entitled'
to debenture. -- .
Cow. Hides, /
On MONDAY next at 12 o'clock, '.'.
A.t Grayz's Commercial-whatrf,-
-800 Calcutta C'tW HlIDES, now leadinoiforat
ship Diamond, tront Calu.' tta.

Wooden dSto-e
On 'WEi1ED ESDAY next ati past 11 o'clock,
Fourlow Stores Oil Packard's wharf, in good
order, to be removed irnimediately after the sale---
they are well built, and in sneh a manner as to be
removed with trifling expense. Sale' positive tR
close an account.
THIlS DAY at it o'clock, .
At EpHIAr. LocK's Office,
28 boxes superior white Havana SUGAR; 25
cases best Sallad OIL, 30 flasks each.

Sale tt Pitblic w8uction.
By Order of Court, will lie sold :,t PubAc'tAuctions
Onthe PRE/ tMISES,
On MONDAY next at 4 ,,cinek, P. M.
PEW No. 114, iutIe Rev. Mr. iDean's neeting-
house, belonging to the estate of Barnard Merritt;
late of Boston, truckman, deceased. Conditions to
be made known at Ihe time and pit,1ce of sale;
Furniture, 4-6.
THIS DAY at 9 o'clock,
Noe. 5, KiL IS,'iRST E'l:
1 high post mahogany BTdsutad;, 2 mahogany
field do.; 2-do. stained wnod,all. new, warranted per-
plerfect; 12 ves y handsome caie bottomed Chairs ;
an English piatent Night Cabinet; ;mahogany Pressi;
rose wood portable Desk; 1 pair handsome large
gilt framed Looking Glasses; large gilt framed.
Chimney Glass; -patent Timeijieeces; handsome
bras Fire Sets and Feniders Silver Ladle, Fish
Knife and Tea Spoons; an elegant Desert Set of
English W 'are; 2 sets English cot Glass Deeanters,
crescent and utrawhberry patterns ; Tumblers and
Wine ,Glasses; plain do.; 4 Mattrasses ; India
China Dining Set; do. beef-stieake Dishes; Coffee
Cups and Sauceirns ; Bureaus ; coon iloChairs ;
Settee; Tables; S'fas; VW ardrube; sideboard;
cot Bedsteads ; Guitar; double plated Harness,
nearly new ; bottled Cider, Eec. &e.
,)t 12 o'clock-ma very elegant upright PIANO
FORTE, additional keys,-&c. cost f400; has
been. examined by an experienced workman, and is
pronounced to be in good order, and equal to new.
Also-aa square. PIANO FORTE, by Chappel
& Co. London, with additional keys, tc. in perfect

On TUESDAY next at 11 o'clock,
At T. K. JO.ES & Cots Office,
.... 20, i'L. tf I.fT .
50 bs.-first quality I'TOliTOISE-,HELL, just
imported. Conditions at'sale.

St. Domingo MahI$gany.
On TUESDAIY next at 11 o'clock
70 logs superior'quality St. Domingo MAHIOG-
ANY; 7 logs St. )ominigo do. superior to any i
this town-in lots to suit purchasers.

Brandy, Ram, .Molasses,*y-c.
On WEDNESDAY next at 12 o'clock,
At WINSLow, CHANNzING & o's Office,
ob. S, KILB Y-STRE'2I /;
20 pipes Brandy, of superior quality; 25 clhds;
American Rum; 9 do. N. 0.- Molasses; 30 bbils
ground Ginger ; 20 boxes Hyson Tea.

Madeira Wine.
On TUESOAY ntcxt at l o'clbek,
In Jront of Custoom otse Store, .Ao. 65; Broad-
10t j pipes and 1-2 casks Madeira WINE, en-"
titled to debenture.

On WEDNESDAY, August 8, at 10 o'clock,
At WHITWELL, BOND & Cuo'S Oi(re,
.MNo. 2, KIL2Y-S' jL.W'i,
300 chests Hyson,
100 do. Souchong, TEAS,
500 4 do. O
20 chestsCuongo; 600do.HysonSkinj
Being all that remains oil the Arther's, Clothier's,
Potomac's atd Anu's cargoes. -
.Al/so-80 chests and 20 do. Young Hyson TEA,
Robert Edward's cargo.
Catalogues will be ready and samples of the Tea
may be examined at office the day before the sale.
...At Privat Sale...
10 eases Rhubarb, entitled to debenture; 5 hhds.
English double flint Tumblers; 2 cses black aid
white Italian Grapes, assorted numbers; I do.
Dutch Oil Cloths; 3 cases Italian Sewings, blaolo
and assorted colors-; 1000 lb. Crude Antimony.

W -M. LINCOLN, No. 2, O State-hous:
ihas received, a large :ss'rtenet of white
pink and blue Ostrich PLiUME:, c-: different siu
zes, some very elegant. 2mis mar 3
T HE subscriber respectfully informs hls friends
-and pub'e, that lie hlias aken a commodious
Shop No. 52, '.la.r'lboro'-strcet, directly opposite
thie Maribtoro' lotecl, where it,: ten is carryiMg
on the liOUT, SHOE, and LAST MAKING, it
all their variety. Lasts made to fit widi tlce most
perfect exact uss. very bunch or ldiler pace
ith tefoot carefully pi'oidcdi ibr, thcrcbj' giving
ease.and comfurt, as well as neatness and tushion,
to the wearer. Ladies and Gentlemen that ate
travelling, this impr'oveiCent must cf"wd aI most
salutary coiivtaence, as it is not material w here
tr' by whom lithe oo or Shoe is made, they are
always sure to meet their -.x -ectatioeis in point ot
fit, and wear with ase and satisthiction. Orders
solicited, personal anl punc ual attletion giver, in
order to the fithl'l p)eivfovo.ance aid gratt lful ac-
knowledgement of all IVors.
July 2a 4wis CHARLES WIGHT.

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ANUFACT .R!). aluai sold bI Jl.JUIh'UTc
I4 fl LINCOLN. N,,. 47, Gorniii!l, hosron, aun
.A ID FELT, Statconttr, 3.i, State-strcrt.
Also-Silver and Brass io. ; Quid, S:i6:- and
Copper Bronze, istf June 16


[gj--Thse Charleston' nurier has published
the following enigmra (from a high source)
and adds a request, that some one of its fair
readers, who the, ediror hopes might rival
Penelope in more than one virtue, will un-
ravel its beautiful mystery. We make a simi-
lar request of the fair of the South or North.]
(Hy the Right Hon. ('CU.AnLE. JA.rts Fox.]
t SPOT there is, say, trav'ler, where it lies ?
SDeclare its name, its limits arid its size-
here grows no tree, nor waves the golden grain,
i'or hills, nor dales diversify the plain,
Eternal green, without the gardener's toil,
Thro' ev'ry season clothes the favored soil
Yet does no sun his genial warmth bestow,
No fruitful rains descend, no rivers flow,
And tho' no star be seen not lunar ray,
The night is even brighter than the- day.
FaiT pools in which the finny race abound,
By art of man prepared, adorn the ground-
Not India's wastes produce an ampler store
Of pearls and iv'ry, gold and silver ore!
Yet Britons ensvy' not this favored clime
Which endless war disturbs and ev'ry crime,
_sage, envy, strife, and lieart-corroding care,
Want, av'rice, ruin, sickness amn d despair,
With deepest hate atnd malice triumph there..)
No laws or government remain the same;
Now, they revere like us a monarch's name;
-No-, Cromwell-like, a base and low born knave,
The noble and the great presumes to brave, .
And leads o 'en majesty itself a slave. J
Britons, he wise; let riches tempt no more;
Spite of its wealth avoid this fatal shore ;
The daily-bread which Providence has given;
Eat ith content, and leave the rest to Heaven,

Fire Engine. Manufactory,
T HE subscribers beg leave to inform the p'lhlic,
that they have purchased the Stock and Pat-.
ent Righqt of J4erkins & Bacti, for carrying on
the above business, and have taken the stand Iere-
tolore occupied by them, back of St. James'
Church, North Seventh-street, where they will
be happy to receive and execute orders for any
Machinery in their line, and pledge themselves
that it shall he executed from the best of materials
and in. a worlmuan-like manner-they have also
cfme to a determination'.it consequence of tlhe
tall of Materials. to reduce the prices, and will
build Domestic Engi'nes, with metal plunges and
Boxes, for watering Gardens, washing Windows,
,c, and which will fprce the water, by the power
of one man, 80 fet, on two wheels, to play through
bose pipe, for -- -42
Or to play Lthrongh a goose-neck, 47
Large sized do. for factories aull ships, 75
Second class Village Engines, which will play
over a five story house, and not requiring more 75
than eight men to work them, fur 2
First class do. throwing larger stream,hld.-
ing more water, and requiring ten men, 252
Engines to exceed those of double cham.
ber (usually termed first class) in power and
efect,and to play from two pipes at once, when 7
wanted, --- 600
If with one stream only, .- 50
Second class do. but little inferior in distance
and size of nosel, .. 11 504
The largest sized Engines yet in use, will
discharge upwards of'a ton ofwater per min-
late, and project it more than cie hundred and
ninety feet, through hosel nearly.an inch, 950
Ist, and extra class, ,warranted equal in every res-
pect to those made at any other manufactory, at
600 dollars, 850 dollars, and 1050 dollars-5(0 (olo
Jars additional being changed when made to play
tWo streams.
Engines oil the old English construction -repair.
ed and improved .so as to play 'further and easier
tihn whei.new... %- i
*Supply Pumps, to forcewater through hose into
Eusgines, with Levers on anew construction, work.
ed with ease by two men. ,
Progressive Lever Seal Presses, for Notaries and
Public Offices. S. MERRICK & CO
Philailelplhi'a, Jane:9 ep8w ,'

ld Line of Mfail Stgf s, from Boston to

EAVES Boston 6o -'Mndays, Wednesdays,
[j and Fridays, at 7 o'lo6k, A. M. and arrives
-at Francestown same eAning. Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M.; dines at Windsor, and
arrives at Royalton same evening. Leaves Royal-
ton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives at Burlington
same evening.
RETUR D 'INVG-Leaves Burlington at 4
o'clock, A. M. onTuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
urdays, and arrives at Royalton same evening.-
Leaves Royalton at 4 o'cleck, A. M. and arrives
at Frane'estown same evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives in Boston at
4 o'clock, P. M.
Towns through which it passes frinom Boston:
Charlestown, Medford, .Wohurn, Billeriea,
Chelmslbord, Tyngsborough, Dunstable, Amherst,
MounittVerion, Francestown,Hillsborough, Wash-
ingtoo, Goshen, Newport, Claremont, Cornish'
WA- indsor, (Vt.) Hartland, Woodstock, Barnard,
Royalton, Randolph, Brookfield, Williamstown,
Montpelier, WVaterbury, Bolton, Willistonto Bur-
lington, then by Steamboat for Montreal.
Each passenger'allowed thirty pounds baggage
gratis. One liandred and twenty 'pounds equal io
a passenger. T're Propr'etors will not be account-
able for any baggage unless receipt ed for.
Stage Books kept at RILEY'S, No. 14, Back-
street, Boston, atd at JOHN HOWARDS, Bur-
Eington "
DEAN e ALDS, t son
F. & J..PETTIS, .. .
ROBERT BARKER,' Prop's from
HARRIS EATS'ON, Windsor to
July 25' eptf
j NEW Chaises.and Harness complete, built
j1.' O god'Frmateriids, and in thd most faithful
manner, are offered for nale, at very moderate pri-
ces for cash, or approved credit. To view the
.Ohaises, apply to NATHAN WATSO., Roxbu-
ry-street. 9sp July 21
Italian Sewing Silk.
T IE Subscriber has for sale, 2 cases best Ital-
ian Sewin- Silk; I case Florentines ; 1 case
int Battons, tibbon, &c; &c. which will be sold
Tow for cash Chfmbers 58 Cornhill.
may 5 eptf BENJAMIN DOW.
A BRTIK House in Myrtle-street No. 46, can-
Sisting of Parlour and Kitchen and six Cham-
ers ; together with Yard, Pump a good Cellar and
other conver.inces, and may be entered upon
immediately. *Rent low. Apply on the premises,
or to JOHN CUSHING, No. 4, Garden-street.
July 28
FAITHFUL young man, from 16to 18 years
A old, to attend a W. I. Goods and Grocery
Store. One from the Country will be prefered.-
Good recommendations will be required. Applyat
the Centinel Counting Room. Jul 28
1 1 WaXVTED,.
A YOUNG MAN, about seventeen er eighteen
years of age, as an Apprentice in a wholesale
and retail English Goods Store--one from thie coun-
try would be preferced:-good recommendations of
their character" will be required. Inquire at the
Centinel Counting Room. July 28 .
W ANTEI), in a small family, an active Boy,
to do the usual work. The bestrecommen-
dations will be required respecting his habits.-
Inquire at the Centinel Counting Room. July 28


T HE Proprietors of the BOSTON GLASS
their friends and the public, that they b

to such rates as will make it cheaper (it's weil
imported from London and Bristol.
Th' superiority, in strength and briliancy,
other, is too well known to.be questioned,-a
on their part shall be wanting to render the
have ever made.
The price of CHELMSFORD GLASS is a
an assortment of SOUTH BOSTON FLINT
portation, at the Boston Glass M.anufactery,
0"'Orders directed to the Superintendan
prompt attention.

ll RIVACY mhet ever be a grand desideratumn
to those who are so ufortui.ate as to contract
aecnereal taint; in whom a natural anxiety ari
ses to rid themselves of so dangerous a complain
as carly as possible, yet bahfiulness has often been
the destruction of many, who otherwise might hav
been at this present day in health, and useful mem
betrs of society. To prevent similar oecutrances
the proprietor submits an easy, simple, and secre
method to cure the same, viz.:-Dr. JHunter's Cel
ebrated'Pills. Price one dollar, or six boxes fo
five dollars-round wh;ch .will be fund a practice
treatise on the complaint, describing fully the
symptoms and method of cure. These Pill
together with Dr. Hunter's Injection Powder, ai'
an effectual preventative and remedy, in all the va
rious stages of the disease, hIat ever obstinate ; re
cent infections are removed thereby frequently ii
three or four days, without confinement or restrain
of diet, at the trifling expence of a few dollars
with perfect secrecy. r Ask for Dr. Hunter'
celebrated Pills"-'none are genuine unless signed
W. T. Conway. -
'1ejfollowing letters are prools of their singula
and superior eficacy.
Sir-The two boxes of your Dr. Hunter's cele
rated Pills, and ont packet of Dr. a Huter's Injec
tion Powoders, came sale through the post office ;
anrd I have the pleasure to observe that the whole
of the symptoms have ceased, although I had been
afflicted near two years, and had been regularly
Attended; during which I became much debilita-
ted-but amsin now, thanks, to your most excel-
lent nedicine,restored to health. It is now only tei
days since I began taking them. If any thing
miore is needful you will please, send as before.
'Ypm's, mpst obliged,: .. CR T.'
Pldttsbuig, Dec. 18.
Sir-Being afflicted with a venereal taint for
three years, which had resisted every assistance,
resigned ar incurable, tormented with pains in ev-
ery bone, swelligl; in many parts, distressing head.
ache, loss of sleep, not able to put my heals to the
ground, nor my coat over my shoulders, my head
fixed in this horrid situation-I was advised by a
physician to apply to you' for advice, which was
done according to my letter, dated 19th Nov. last
I have taken fi ve boxes of Dr. Hunter's celebrated
.Pills, you was pleased to send, and otherwise fol-
lowed your friendly advice, and am now to all ap-
pearance well; my pains ceased after thie second
box-would thank yuu, if you think fit, to forward
more pills as before.
Widi the great eststeem,in good health, thank-
fullyt, I am yours, .fiharleston, December 31.
1 hose PILLS are prepared anil sold wholesale
by the sole proprietor, IV. T. C'J AIVT, Chem-
ist, No. ('24,TFranklin-place, the late Mansion-
house of Don Jiana Stoughton, lBoston..)-"nd re-
tailed by appointment, (to prevent mistakes !) by
Maynard & Noyen, Cornhill ; Samuel Pillsburry,
56 f lanover-street; IHenchman, Cambridge-street;
Fennelly, ,3, Prince-s'.reet ; Farrington, Ann-st.;
Wakefield, Milk.stlet-aid no other in Boston.
Also, by Whipple, Cashing k Appleton, Salem ;
C. Whipple, Newburyport ; Robinson, Worces-
ter; 1Hubbard, Hutchings &. Gray, Portsmouth ;
Daniel P. Hopkins, Hartford ; llunt & Son, Clark
& Sons, Northampton ; Head & Spaulding, Am-
herst Avert y Plymouth-and most Druggists,
Booksellers,,. and Post Masters throughout the
Union ; where may be had all thosejustiy esteem-
ed and highly approved Medicines prepared by
W. T. COdV rAy.Y. yA large discount to
country Physicians, Traders &c.
W IEN a cure for one dollar, or' at most for
W two dollars, cAn be obtained for a.cough.
cold, asthma, difficulty of breathing, tightness of
the chest,l wheezing, pain, in the side, spiting of
blood, a strained stoniach, c. must it not be a
matter of surprise that we see the oituary daily
swelled with deaths occasion. principally by
colds? 'On an average, at least fO' One hundred
and.lffy thoitsandpersons die annually of consump-
tion, originating principally 'from taking cold,
commencing with cough, then.difficulty of breath.
ing and pain in the side,.at length the lungs be-
come affected, consumption ensues, and death
closes the scene. Alas! too often does prejudice,
by listening to some and.adopting the opinion of
others, prevail; thereby preventing a trial of such
medicine as might efford relief, under the idea
that no relief can be obtained.---Scarce a case oc-
curs hUt maiy be relieved by the timely application of
Dr. Relfe's Asthmatic Pills.
As a pronf of which, the following interesting
cures are submitted to public perusa :
.lMr. Stetson, of Hanover, was ,9 years afflicted
with violent pain in his right breast, attended at
times wite great difficulty of breathing, and holy
incapable of attending business; after having tried
in vain all other tiedicine, was cured, and hishealth
perfectly restored by 2 boxes of these pills.
.Jn Elderly Lady, her daughter arnd grand-daugh-
ter, of Boston, were each dreadfully afflicted with
asthma and difficulty of breathing, were all of them
cured and restored to perl'ect health by 7 boxes.
Judge of Salem, bad been many years se-
varelv affi;oted with violent cough and difficulty
of breathing, was cured by 2 boxes; his sleep was
,restored on the second night, which had been bro-
ken for many years.
.I lady of' Boston! turned of 60, was severely atf-
flicted with a violent cough, pain in the side, at
times spitting of blood, could not lie down in her
bed for 4 ydars, could not sleep but at short inter-
vals, was restored to perfect health on taking 3
'boxes. .
'These Pills give instant ease in all coughs, colds,
asthmas, difflioulty of breathing, wheezing, tight-
ness of the chest, strained stomach, consumption,
pain in the side, spitting of blood, chillness and
shiverings, the forerunner of malignant fevers, &c.:
common colds are removed in a few hours-the aged
will experience relief equally agreeable and instat-o
taneoua, even when the lungs are aff'ected.-'J ,ls,
for "Dr' Relfe's Asthmatic Pills"--One box con-
taimng t2 pills, frequently effects a cure. To pre,
vent imposition the outside printedl wrapper is
signed W. T. CONWA,"-Observe this as you
. value health. Prepared. and sold wholesale by the
sole proprietor, W. T. Conway, Chemist, No. 24,
Franfklin-place, the late residence of Don Juans
Stoughton, Boston, and retailed by special appoint-
nmeut by ,
Druggist, at thie sign of St. Luke's Head, No. 56,
Hanover-street, Boston. Also by Oliver Shed,
near the mill, Roxbury; H. Whipple, Cushing &
Appleton, Salemn ; Baker, Lainson, tieverly; Whip-
ple, Andrews, Newburyport ; Adams, Ilubbard &
Co. Portsmouth ; Hunt & Sou, Clark & Sons,
Northampton; Scammon, Goodale, Saco; Phelps,
Gloucester; Are'y, Plymouth; Rnbinson, Wor-
cester; Wallace & Sparlding, Amherst; WYhit-
net, J. H. Mason, Ptrevideice; Green, New-
London; Dyer & Hovey, Windhnam; Nichols,
Bridgeport; Greenough, Itoxzitry; Wiliams,Cam-
bridgeport Kidder,, Charlestowar-And most
Druggists, Boo'lksellers and Postmasters throughout
the United States; where may he had all those

justly esteemed anidlighly approved Medicines,"-
preplred by W. T. onway, Price 61, or six
boxes for 5. July 24'
"1TANTED, a good second hand Counting
'V BRoom Desk. Apply at the Gentinel Count-
ing Room. July 1 .

For 'ew- Orleans,
S -1 )AS The sch'r MORNING STAR, a
G tjr!L(A SS S. new vessel, has almost all her freight
engaged, and will lie dispatched this
E D P R I C E S. week. A few tons more will be taken
"if spoken for immediately. Apply to
MANUFACTORY have the pleasure to inform F. IV. & F. ELLIS, No. 21, India-wlarf, or on
ve reduced the price of the hoard, south side,.opposite the Arch. aug I
ghtand quality considered) than Crown Glass WILLIAM VAUGHAN. MASTERn.
THIS Boat thie ensuing.
'' ~ season 'will t'in as.fallows,
which the BOSTON GLASS possesses over all sefrom the last Thursday in
nd the Proprietors are determined that nothing a t l y, until the 15h .October,
Glass manufactured in future equal to any they Sh 'will Goinag up tihe Lake.
'She will leave OgdensburEigh, every Thursday at
ais reduced, and offered for sale, (together with 3 P. M. Sackets, every Friday at 3 1. M. Hann-
Sford's Landing, Genessee,every Satrurday at 3 P. M.
GLASS) packed in excellent order for trans- And arriveatLewistownronSuunidy about 9 A. M.
Essex-street. Going dow n the Lake.
She will leave Lewistown, every .Monday at 3
4 of the Boston Glass Mlanufactory, will receive P. M. Genessee River, every Tuesday at 3 P. M.
tf Jul,16 Sackets, every Wedneeday at 3 P. M. And ar-
rive at Ogilenshurgh, with all possible ey'pedition.
S TVERS7 IP Agents for receiving gand delivering property at
tUfCOPA T.'aI R. t P9{f Lewibtown. l'onTrE. BARRTo & Co ; atHatilord's
nHE Coportnership of the subscribers hereto Lauding, Genessee River-, C. A. VAN SLYCex; at
S 1 fire existing under the firm ofJAAIES POll- Sackets Iarbour, ALBaRtt CcANE; at Ogdens-
tTER is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All burgh, Lvvi Sr'xtrow.
persons having demands against said firm, are re- WILLI-tiI "WARING, .anaging Owner.
t quested to present them for payment; and those C. A. VAN SLYCK,
n who are indebted to said firm, are requested to LEVI SEXTON.
make payment to JApsE PORTER. may 19 e)p3m
JOHN SKINNER, Salt, -Wane. Cotton, Tobacco, -c.
t JOHNIUD 1OR sale by R. G. SHAW., at 20, Central-
Charlestown, June 1, 1821 wharf, 200 lions. St. Ubes Salt.
S Charleso 100 qr. casks Swsdet Malaga Wine,
50 pipes Old Sicily d(o.'
e JAMES PORTER, 100 bags New Orleans Cotton,
s Informs his friends and the public, that he cnntin. 200 hlids. prime Kentucky Tabacco.
e ues business at the old stand, and ihas foi sate,a .RAlso-200 bundles Floor Matts,
general assortment ofWest India GOODS, whole-. 1000 Coffee Bags; bitter Orange Peel,
sale and retail. --- Jordan Almonds, kec.
n NOTICE. A quantity of Cork Wood,
t The Copartnership heretofore existing under 2f tons German Clay, for Glass Manufacturers.
the firm of SKINNER & HURDS, is this day by fuly 21
Mutual consent dissolved. All person having de-
mands against said firm, are requested to present BREWER,,BARRETT & DORR,
themfor pavuient; and all persons indebted to Ti .o. 41, CENTRlL'' WHAI1RF,
said firm, are requested to make payment to Joan- A1 VE for sale, now landingfrom nbrigFcderal-
SKIcnex, and JosN Huann. K NGeorge, from Baltimore-200 bbls. Baltimore
JOIIN SKINNER, Howard-street, fine Flour.
WILLIAM H URID, Also-'from brig Eight Sons, from Amsterdam-
SJOHN HURD. 1511 Doinijohns; sacks Canary Seed; gross Harlem
Charlestown, June 1,1821. Oil; 1 sack pealed Barley.
Th'e'subscribers would inform their friends and' 100 hhrds.'N. Orleans Sugar, good quality ; Russia
the public, that they will continue the business at Duck, bo. &c. July 21
- the old st-ud, under the firm of SKINNER &
I HURD, where they offer for sale, a general assort- CHILD & DANA,
ment of W. 1. GOODS, on reasonable terms. Tl JV'o. 2, IANDJIA-STREE7T,
JOHN SKINNER, HIAVE for sale-100 bbls. Howard-street fine
JOHN HURD. Flour; 35 do. superior H. S. do.; 1700 gallons
Charlestown, June 1, 1821. ep6w N. E. Rum ; 10 hhds. Vinegar; 20 boxes Sicily
NEW FANCY SHOP, Lemons; Patent Coffee Roasters. July 21
For -China, Earthen Ware, Glass and Leaf Tobacco, Coltton, 4-c.
IRANCIS WILBY, begs leave to informAIis I R Bo. R21, CLATN D.L-& TIRF,
S Frends a the Public, that h has opened a AVE for sale, landing from brig Margaret,
SShop, No. 5, Marlboro' Rw, under the direction tom New Orles,
of Mrl. UntARLs BAniREL, for the sale of CHINA 61 hhls. good Kentucky Tobacco,
AND EARTHEN WARE, from the Manufactoriy 53 bales Cotton,
of Messrs. John & William Ridhgway. I l'roin scm. Gen. Putnam, from ,l'o Orleans,
SThe Goods fromthis house stand high in pointCoton; 19 dsTobacco,
of quality; and are got up in the best taste; their 5 Cotton ; 19 hs.'-Tobacco,
Paintings anl engranvitigs are admirably executed, 43 iis. Kentuck v' Tobacco,
and. ther ms st ecesiaved, tsie assortment 30 lhds. superior James River Tobacco, suitable
of blueprinted Stone China, E-iamelled, and Gold 30 fr the London marke t
Burnished Dining, D:nsetrt, and Tea and Coffee 300 hblb. super. and fine Balimare Howard-
Services; Chimney and Toilet Ornuments Vases; 30 o. o. Susquehannah oure,
Ink Stands; Seent and Flo6wh e Jars, and Flower t00 do. superfine Ricehmond do.
Pots, and every description of Ridgway's superior 120 do. Petershurg Middlings do.
Earthend 'Ware .. 500 kegs manufactured Tobaco, various brands,
Patterns of Dining, Deserts and Tea Services, some old and prime,.
costing from ten to three hundred guinea, from 60 thds. retailing Molasses,
which sets,or parts of setsto suit purchasers, can be. 100 qr. casks choice old Lisbon Wine.
ordered, are now opening. China and Glass will be July -21
ordered to any pattern that may be waniteI. y
A good assortmentof plain and cut-GlassWare, NATHAN ADAMS,
and the best of Sheffield Cutlery will be kept. FFERS FOR SALE,
It is intended that the prices shall be uniform,s .Rt his Store in Charlesto nsqnare,
and without abatement, so that miles miay send 000 first quality Brazil Hidares, suitable e ,r Sole
with confidence of being served on the best term .00 fi ality Brazil Hides, suitable for Sole
Should any article prove defective, or of inferior 100 do. d doLeather do. do. for upper do
quality,.it will be exchg. 100 do. do. do. do. do. for upper do.
quAlity, it will be exchanged. 4000 Madrass,
Assorted crates for country trade, forcash or un.- 2000 C antt,' ) nGO T SKIT S,
doubted paner only. 2000 Calcuttta, \w.4 T S. AINS,
o t- p-ip. iry. --". ... 1000 Mogadore,.
P. vilby has now opening, Ivory, Buck and 1000^ s. o ...
Bone handle Knives and Forks ; Dessert Kives; 1000 .lesofSole Leatle', ..
Carvers aind Steels ; an extensive variety otf Pen- 2 .00 She Skin, superior q121' .
knjves and Scissors ; Tutania Tea Pots, and Coffee 2000 Knapsacks, nanie fr' o rse Iides, suitable
Biggins; lea. and Table Spoons; Japanned Tea, 20on' .cov i Tcs 'l rnks,
d,Knife and Cheese Trays, and Brushes Skins, fom ; so 75 curried.
every description, with a large assortment o CGream Jne
Colored, Blue Printed and Glass Wares, Also, GEn. L. DEBLOIS & CO
best silver-eyed Needles. ep2m June 13 -. .2 E. 9, JJLO .& TR I T.
.....-- .... Anb. 39, JIMD1.-STREET,
STOCK nFOR S L. a T COST Agentsfi rJohn Sharpe & Co. of Birningisin Eniigland,
-,-,U UI 1 t ..- r'. l. AVE now Iope at their office, f6uor cases con-
VTALENTINE 0 B. BROWN & CO. being training patterns of every description of Mus.
about to matte different arrangements in their kets, Fowling Pieces, Pistols, and extra Locks,
line of business, respectfully invite their Customers which they will be happy to show the dealers in
and the Public to call at No. 60, Cornhill, where those articles, anid to receive orders for the same,
they will sell their stock at cost, which has been which will be most faithfully executed by Messrs.
purchased at auCtion and elsewhere, at the lowest JouH SHARPE & Co. and warranted in every re-
market prices, comprising as extensive an assort- spect equal to the sample, and,on liberal terms.
ment as is to be found in town, viz :-black and June 30S Sin
blue Broadcloths, various qualities; Cassimeres of
.,ery quality and color; Satinets; 6asaimere HE"P. P
Shawls; plain Bombazetts, black and colored; An
Woolenietts; figured Bombazetts, assorted colors; JOSIAH BRADLEE & COU.
spotted Flannels; Cassimera Hdkfs. imitation of 1o ,o. 29, JWDJ IA rSTREET,
.merino; Bombazeens; MerinoShawls; 4-4 and Hj[AVE for sale-28 tons of St. Petersburgh
78 Iris L ns; Linen Sheetings; cotton and li- clean Hemp, of a very superior quality.
neri- T'able Cloths; Linen'Damask; English arnd. July II epislni
Russia Drills; Brown Hollands;'Dowlas and Rus- at,,,,
sia Sheetings and Diapers ; power-loom Shirtings' C.J*F'c, rOD U ,
and Sheetings ; light and dark Calicoes 4.4 anl QAMA'L PARKMAN, Jr. & CO. have for sale
918 Fancy Prints ; Furniture Patches ; Jeans 2250 bb's. Canwood, o
plain and striped ; 4-4 and 64 Cotton atnabries ; .so. just' landed, 60 qr. casks Malaga Wine,
Cambric Muslins Imitation India snd Mqll do, superior quality, and a fewt thousand Mogadore
Linen Cambrics ; English Ginghnams, light and Goat Skins. eptf July s18
dark ; blue and yellow N sankis Nankin and
Canton Crapes, black and assorted colors; 9-4 JAMES GARTER,
Nunkin Crape Shawls; English, French and In- Vor 17, IADIA-Hl1'IIARF,
clihi Florentines, figured aind plain; Marseilles -TAS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
Quilting ; Circassian, Toilinett d Valencia Vest- rl English IRON, fiat,square, and round; with
wings; Satteen Jeans; Tabby Velvets, Cotton Flag AILS, RODS, HOOPS, and PLATES, ofevery
Hdlkfs.; Hosiery and, Gloves; Silk and Gingharm description and size-real (L) blistered STEEL.
Umbrellas; Suspenders; coronation and plaint Also, London Crown WINDOW GLASS..
Buttons; bleached .and unbleached American Jan 31 ent
Sheetings and Shirtings; Bed Tickings; Flannels;
Se'ersuckers; Leghorn Bonnets, Chip Flats, &c. HO1 OS BRISTLES.
e, \s,;n300 nearly noue lksVestsi 300 pair s 'sASH (50. couts per pond).will be given, for
Linens Pn .taloon; 20'pair Sos. _) firt quality HOGS BRISTLES, at LANE
epm July18 U[IJNEWELL's, Dock-sq.
Lem.an's new~, invtd,, Tr"usses Q..'Shoe makers' Bristles lor sale as above.
ARE made and sold by him, at the corner of Ad- *
j, ans and MAilk-streets, Boston. The constre- Fresh Goods for ca .
tuon of these Trusses, are suclh the patient can t
lengthen or shorten tlsem, rais1 or lower the pad, T _--' .. .
to bring the pressure where. rniay want it. Tlhe"y HALL J. .iOW & CO.
likewise carn be adjusted to suit for the right or left T'U No. 13, KILBY '.STA'BET,
side, (advantages which no othe'l rcusses have, now S AVEI just received a large and general assort-
in use.) These-Trusses are pronounced by many meant of Fresh Imported EUROPEAN and IN-
of the most eminent Physicians of'Boston, to be the DIA PEICE GOODS.
best thing of the kind ever offered the public. They Jlso, on haaul-A complete assortment of Amer-
are-sold, by appointment by J. P. Whitwell, at the ican Ginghams, Strinpes, Checks, Bedtickings,
Boston InfirmaiT, corner of Battery March and Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, Sat-
Milk-streets, and by Gideon B. 'Blasand, No. 78, tinets. Cassineres, Broadcloths, Flannels, Yarns,
Broad-street, and at no other place in Boston. Thread, co. &e. which are offered low for cash.
Orders tower Trusses, directed to either of the above april 21 a2aw8w
mentnoncd places will meet witlh immediate attn-_
tion. Price 7 dollars. 6ti July 28 G. RICHARDSON,
"'" J R H .
W. N.-'ED ]T]AS constantly on hand at his Manufactory
,PAVIN !-,- TO.' JE .. .. No. 27, Newbury-street, Boston, a large as-
PAVlING SLUNES, &C. sortment of Block Tin IVare,
T l~HE corporation of this city will give from this .
day to the first day ot May, '822, two dollars
and fifty cents per ton iur good round pavingstones, g ffn
and'75 cents per ton for paving sand, amnd r,'eive [y (^ V V if
the sami from the decks of the vessels imnorting n. U l f/
the samo Into this port. They willalso give 12 1-2 "
cents pet running tbootobr20,iJ000 teet of curb, and I "
10,000 tet of gultter stones. The curb stones
must ie no lessthan 3eet lone. 12 inches deer, "

- and 4 inchesthick; gutter stones not less than tw, viz::-Block Tin Tea Pots ; do. do. i'itclers ; do
cet long, 1t inches wide, and 3 inches thick. rho. Wash Bowls and Ewers; do. do. Tumblers ;
J. ROFFIGNAG, M.layor. do. do. quart and pint Beer Pots; ido. do. Lamps,
-Nrew-Orlean.,. p'il, 1821. ep6m with a general assortment ol'Pewter Ware.
N. B.-The above articles are warranted to be
TO BE LET, of the best materials and workmanship-also,
H OUSE No. 8, Vinter-street, lately occupied by cheaper than at any other manufactorv.
SJl Dot. Webster. Inquire at thi Gazette march 24 cptU
u onipting.Room2 July 28 .

BENJAMIN SWEETSER Iras just received
anr.invoice of Satin RIBBONS, Nankin and
Canton CRAPES, 8-4 Merino SHAWLS, and
4-4 HANDKFS. which hie offers tor sale at No.
29, Court-street, on the lowest terms for cash.
....elso, on hand...
Imitation India and other British and American
Muslins, Shirtirngs -,
Thread Edgings. Cotton aind Tht ead Hose,
Cambrlcs and Ginghams, Leghbrn Bonnets,
Dinlities and Calicoes, Parasols,
Furniture Patches, White Counterpanes,
Silk Hose and l Hose, Cotton Comforters,
Silk and Kid Gloves, Broadcloths,
Cassimere, Silk and Satinets, &kc.
Crape Shapwls, 6w July 14
1Rich Cashmere Shawl, fine India
.fuelin Dresses, &c.
'JOlIN W. SHAW, No, 74, Market-street,
(south side) offers bor sale-one.rich Cash-
mere Shawl, price S50 ; elega-it 'figured India
Muslin Dresses ; plain d. ; Merino Shawls and
Hdkfs.-with a general assortment of Seasonable
Goods. tf Juryy 28

1-4 EORGE A. EAMES would inform his friends
'_ and the public, that hlie has removed from No.
1, Boyhston-squae, to No. 4, isechanse-street,
where lie has for sale, a general assortment of Plan-
ished Japan an j plain
'Tin Ware, Hard Ware,
Hollow Ware, Tin Plates,
Sheet Iron, Iron Wire,
Mill Gudgeons, Cart Boxes,
Window Weights, I Factory Machines.
Winter and Summer strained OIL, firstquality,
in Cannisters from 1 to 10 gallons each; Lamps
and Lamp Glasses, Wicks, i. &c. July 28
M" ORTON c WILLIAMS, No. 39, Marlbh.-
ru'-street, have for sale, a large andh exten-
sive assortment of fashionable and superior made
SHOES, among wdich are-Ladie's Llack Kid
Shoes, with and without heels, with a large variety
of choice colored, various patterns,
Black Morocco Shoes, of every description,
American made Prunello Shoes, with and withliout
heels, warranted,
Denmark Satin Shoes, plain and figured, with and
without heels, warranted of a very superior
quality, :
French Prunello Shoes, a great variety of black
and fashionaele colors, '
Misses' black sad col-red Morocco and Kid Shoes,
Children's black and colored .Morocco Shoes and
Boys' fine and coarse Shoes and Bootees,
Gcntilleien's fine Sihoes and Pmnps.
A few doz: pair Gentlemen's Deer Skin Shoes, ox-
tra quality. July 21

Fashionable and Variety Shoe Store
V UDMiUND BADGER informs his friends and
I (the public generally, that he has taken Stor(
No. 89, Market-street, (on the west side, twt
doors from Court-strgcet,) recently occupied b.
Isaac Williams, where he offers for sale, a genera
assortment of fashionable BOOTS arnd SiOES
Ladies' Kid, Morocco and Leather Boots ant
Shoes-do. black and colored Prunello and Eng
lish Kid Shoes-Misses' and Childrei,'as b la'
and colored. Morocco, Kid and Leather do.-Genu
tlemen's fine and common Boots, Shoes, and Punmp!
-Boy's fine and common Shoes and Pupis.
All ts' which are warranted to be of tIre besi
workmanship, and at the lowest prices. .,
Country nradiers supplied on the most reasonable
terns, :for cash or approved credit. July21

"jAVl' received, by the Citnton from Liverpool,
a package of SILK HOSIERY and GLOVES,
uo superior quality, consisting of
Ladies, rich embroidered white and black Silk
Hose, .
Do. plain do. do. drab and slate colors do.
Do. black and white knotted or rib'd do.
Mens'veiy heevy plain black and white Siik do.
Do. outsize black and white do.
Do. black and white Silk half do. rib'd and plain,
Do, colored, white and black spun Silk ialffdo. ,
Mens' and womoens' tar'ge arnt navy black and
white Silk Gloves ; spun do.
They have also for sale, at wholesale and retail
a very extensive assortment of Cotton anti Worsted
Hosiery. 2 mn June 16

Variety and Ornamental 1airw Store.
Oppoits the Did South Meeting-Holuse, Boston,
ILI- 1t HAS justreceived,Iadies'
fashionable Tortoise Shell
)! COIMIS,ofall descriptions,
and avgreat variety of fancy
S3 articles. dlso, Ladies' and
Gentlemen's Wigs;Frixetts,
lBands, Bunches, Braids,&e.
all of the newestfiashion.
A lso, a general assortment
of French and English Per-
tIamery, among which is One case of Colonge. Wa.
ter, of tihe first quality 1 do. Lavender Water,
do. ; 1 do. superior Naples Shaving Soap, very old,
and of a superior quality.
All kinds of FANCY HAIR WORK, manufac.
tured at the shortest notice. 6w July 21
VALUA BLE Patent Composition tor nourish-
ing ard iovigorating Leathier ce. A supply of
this article, is with thtie subscriber, for sale-as trial
if its superiority over every other method of clean-
ing, softening and preserving Leather, has been
satisfactorily made. Pricd 37j cents per bottle.
No. 23. South Sclhol-street.


White Lead, ground and Spirits of Turpentine,
dry ; Red do. do. Black Lead,
Space Yellow do. Terra Decinna,
Spanish Brown do. Whiting and Putty,
Venetian Red do. Lamp Black,
Linseed Oil, boiled and White ritriol, kc. &c.
Mixed Paints and Window Glass. various sizes,.
.B. E. acknowledges with gratittilde the past tk.
vors of his friends and the public, and hopes to merit
the continuance of their future patronage to his
business. House, Ship and Sign Painting, Gilding,
Varnishing and Papering, hlie endeavors to execute
to the satisfaction of his emplo ers, and at reason-
able prices.
f0,"Wanted, a Journeyman at Painting and Glaz-
ing, who understands his business. July 14
A CHAMBER and Bed Room on Cornhill,
pleasantly situated, where four or five Gdn-
tlemen can be accommodated with Board, on very
good terms. Please to cull at No. 5, Cornhill.
July 14
HEALTHY young woman, with a new breast
'of milk, wishes a place as Wet Nurse, in a
Gentleman's family. Good recommendations.
Jnly 14
W HEREAS my wife LaBney ird has left
my bed and board, and be aved herself in
an unbecoming manner, I therefore hereby for-
bid all persons harboring or trusting her on my
account,as I will not pay any debts ot her con-
tracting after this date. his
i1oston, July 25. mark.
W" ANTED, in a gentleman's lhmily, a capa-
bee woman to do plain cooking and otuer
house work. One who can come well recommend.
ed, may apply at thE GeCutiel Counting Room.
July 21

United States of .America,
DisTR'rr T OF n Ie ASsaci'SETTS, SS.
P URSUANT to a warrant from i t lHon. Joua
IDAvIS, Esq. Judge of the District Court of
the United States lor the District aforesaid, I here-
by give public notice, to John Givney, master of
the schir. Olive Branch, that n Libel has been filed
before thie said Judge, by Snmuel Blair of Boston,
,in said District., ort thereeovery of Wages alled-
gei to he due said libellant bor his serviceS as mar-
iner on board said schooner.
Trial will he had on said libel at said District
Court, at the United States Court Room, in Bos-,
ton, on the seventh day of August next sit I'
o'clock, A- M. All persons interested tWill take
notice and govern thenrselves accordingly. '
Dated at Bnosto, this '.3d day of July A. D.
1821. SAMUEL D. HARRIS, lar'hal.
Public .Suction.
TO be sold at Auction, on THURSDAY, 30th
August, that undivided portion of the Estate,
lately owned by Samuel Swift, of Roxhury, which.
Nv as set off by law to the estate of the late Zabdiel
Adams. Sale on the premises at 4 o'clock, P. M.
July 28 .IQHN SEAVER, uctt'r.
Constable and Collector's Sale.
W ILL be sold at Public Vendue, on MON-
DAY, 13th day of August next, at I of the
clock, P. M. at the Store of Cobb & Blackburn,
in Mansfield,
So much of the unimproved non-resident pro-
prie'to' Land, situate in Mansfield, i nthe county
of Bristol, belonging to the persons hereafter named.
as will produce a sum sufficient to pay their State,
County and Town Taxes, for the yeart1819, to-"
gether with all charges; which persons are taxed,
as follows, viz:-

V'ames. n Residence. '3
a. -C. D. c.,, .
Abner Perry, Lenox, -12 S58
Willard Babbit, Walpole, 38 24
Putnam, & Ingalls, .Boston; 9 20 77'
Heirsof Daniel Tiffany, Attleboro'. 3 9
David Wilkinson, N. Providn. 30 60 B1>
So much of tlih above Land will be sold,. as afore-
said, to pay the Taxes aforesaid, together with the.
charges, unless the same me sooner paid.
Of said Mansfield, Constable for the year 1819.
JawfiLeld, June 27, 182-1.

Constable and Collector's Sale.
'7TILL be sold,,at Public Vendue,.on MON-
ft )DAY, the 13th day of August next, 4t I of
the clock, P. hM. at tlie Store of gCobb & Black-
burn, in Manslfiel',
So mrnel of the unimproved non-resident pro-
prietors' Land, situale in Mansfield, in the county
of Biistol, belonging to the persons hereafter na-
med, as will produce a sum sufficient to pay their
State, County, Town and Parish Taxes, for the
yea: 1820, together with all chaages-whicli per-
sons are taxed as follows, viz:-

C,- ', ri
g L4. '

,Aame*. Reesirdence c," c. c. n, c.
Josiah Presbery Norton 2 1. 14 0'
Elijah Hodges do. 3 2 23 15
Brian Hall, Esq. do. 3 2 25 15
Josiah'Ifawey do. 8: 7 69 45
Ephrairn Lane & Sons do. ,5: 2 2 2301 80
Abner Perry Lenox 6! 5 56 16
Willard Babbit Walpole 3 2 23 15
Howard Lothrop Eastonn 'E5 22 2 0 1 50
Gen. She)liard Leach do. 75 68 6 90 3 90
Joseph Htayward, jun. do. 7 6 58 37
Heirs of Darius BriggsAttleboro' 9 8 80
George Foster do. 5 6 46. 30
Heirs of Daniel Tiffany do. 3 2 23
Putnam & Ingalls Boston 5 5 46 48
David Wilkinson N. Provid. 8 9 92 60
So much of the above Land-will be sold as afore-
said, to pay the Taxes aforesaid, together with the
charges, unless the same are sooner paid.
Cons'able of said Manifield, and Colleetor of said Pririsak
of Mansfle'd, tor 1820,
.Mansfleld, June 27, 1891.
Gold Watch Lost-$SIO Reward,
I EFT in the Privy,in rear P. Brigbaln's Livery
1 Stable,Common-street,a Gold Lepine Watch,
made hiy Godeman, No. 7090, with a Cornelian
Seal suspended by a greenRibbon.-'Thefinder shall
receive the above reward on leaving it at the Con-
tinel Counting Roocs July 28

YOUGN Lady who'caii furnish amrple testimo.
n trials of her qualifications andgood character,
and who has had several years experience in school-
keeping, wishes to-obtain a situation as an Ass.st-
ant in an Academy, or would go into a Gentle-
man's family, to instruct children and assist in sew-
ing, if required. An engagement in one of the
Southern States wou'd be preferred. Ilnquire at
the Centinel Counti.Tg Room. July 21
A FEMALE of respectable connexions, and
whose character will bear the strictest scruti-
ny, wishes a situation as a seamstress, being capa-
ble of executing any kind of sewing -that is ever re-
quired in a family, or she would have no objection
to taking charge ofchildren, to instruct them in
the first rudiments of education, either in or out of
town, but to a situation in the country, she would
give the preference, and weuld be satisfied with a
moderate compensation. For particulars, pply at
No. 12, Cor'iiill. Jutly'21
SHOP with a Dwelling-house connected with
it, situated either in Cornhill or Marlboro'-st.
I -one .should offer that suits the views ofthe'adver-
ter, he would I probably continue in it for a tnum-
ber of years, and pay a reasonable rent punctual.-
Inquire at the CentinelCounting Room. July _2
T WO convenient Tenements, suitable for small
families- situate near South Boston bridge,
on the Main-street-at low rents. Inquiye at t is
Centinel Counting Room. Jily 28
FULLING Mill, Dye House, and Finishing
.. Shop,. with the usual Machinery for dressing
cloth, all in good repair, and immediate possession
given, situated in the town of Acton, in the county
of Middlesex. For further information,inquire of
-FRANCIS FAULKNER, Esq. of Billerica, or
of the subscriber, near the premises.
.lcton, .Trly 26, 1821.

Card Setters Wanted.
R[HOSE persons disposed to take Cotton o01-
SWool CARDS to set, may bfuranished with
them, y calling at No 1.'in-street, over Mes-
rs. HALL & WELD. -.eptf July t11
./ l'IITrESlrl' I' WA','fED.
TANTED, a person capable of building and
managing machines for cutting Card Wire.
One acquainted with the business, may find imme-
diate employment and good wages. Inquire at
the Centinel Counting Room. eptf July It
It.qv TED.
TN a retail Dry Goods Store, an active LAD,
aboutl4years ofage,whoseparents live in town.
T'e beat recommendations will he required. In-
quire at the Centincl Counting Room.
July 18 eptf
TlIE person that borrowed or' has the thirty-first
volume of the MAedical and Physical Journal,
half bound, belonging to the subscriber, is request
ed to return it to No. 18, Atkinson-street.
June 6 ep6w ISAAC RAND-

PUiiticalh......iercantile....and MiJtellaneous,;
Puthishcd on Wiednesdaya and Saturdayssna
BENJAM.N RUSSELL, Publisher ot the LAw,'
at the United States, Printer to the Stste,an4
Proprietor, at his Office, 'ongres.jatreet--.,
THOMAS. }U IDSON, printer,

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