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
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume ID: VID00010
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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No I8896) BOSTON, lassachusetts, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST ii, 1821. -FOUR ,D0L. u, .p.rarnM,
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".-. ^IN THIS PAPER THE LA.S, RESOLVES, &c. OF THE UNITED STATESA-ND OF THIS ST-TE,, ARE PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
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TH'EI'-I RAiTATES OF 1819 THERMOMETRICAL JOURNAL for JULY 1821, 'MISCELLANY. tion inthewai of the revolution, and, at his more rigid and effectual than any th.atwe pracc--
S RE requestedI o i eet at the Dartmouth Hotel, KEPT T W LTA -- earnest solicitations, the general government ice. For besides the Examination for ad-
'.tTot ---- T g ovenmntticer. For besides the Examination for ad.-
on-TU.ESD1AY; the 21st of August next, the THE-MOMER ro!I TrK. CtNTINEL. in 1802 founded this academy, and ordered mission and a semi-annual one every winter-
day preceding Commenceenrt, atl o'clock, P.M. m.ETo ---. all the Cadets scattered through the country, both of which are managed by"their inistruc-
J'OtlAIKotN, t : 1 .. C. '. "HAVE often seen, in o. r prper,.disser- .to report themselves at West Point for in- tors alone; a public one t.,kes.place every
W. Tart.ou h UiDOCK. t o Mean monthly temperature, 68 6-10. nations upon E..._I.,. C,,.,.m a., which h T stru:t;..,n. Colonel Williams was placed at June, before persons appointed h% the Sec-
I .ar moth CIge,.Jln.,1\l. i I "..hie Tead.w gret J1 l ple.,se, A*,y its ,td, and continued there with great ho- retary of War, which 1,sls twenty days at
.. CLASS OF 180I Winds, Weather. -thing t t hAi a tend.n.- t -.e.i-glighten tit nor to himself and advantage to the esta- least. At this very ex ct inejit;gation, ll,.y
I. CLASSnnl OFm 180 ,8 N 2 Hnd.hlhuman understand.ng10 prmpt our youth blishment until 1812, when he designed from are made tb recite,of course, a large: amount
S i nnnl nb eting of Thern .n nmie .. toseek for eminence .n li;terrary acquirements, old age-He was succeededby Colonel, now of all t1hey have learnt, during the year, and, ..
% i b e l l he hlvd ..L Sn .4I th's T a vern s, ,~ n ifm rrid ge, I .. .1., old ag . .. . .,
on the evening tefirpe Commencement, at fi o'clock. 1 65 86 65 SW.brisk. Fair and pleasant. :. must be n teresing to e n parntiand i General Swift, one of the oldest class of at thip end of it, they are arranged in classes-
RICtRI) .) u4aRI3,- 2 59 84 67 SW.y Fair. Cloudy, rainy night. guardian And it ms certnly e an in- i eleves of the school, who was, in his turn, fol- according to their merit; the best beiging
S. K LIVF.RMOIRE, Cwn-:.'.'an 3 65 .79 60 NE.N. NW. Rain. Fair day. Clouds. ducme-nt fur youth to attach importance to lowed in office by Capt. Partridge, as the numbered, one, and so on, without reference
WM. MINOT, 4 49 73 56 NW. E; Clear, (clouds.) education, for them to see"i s most prominent course of the war compelled himto be much to the arrangement of the preceding year'-
.July 8 tm.. 5 52 75 56 E. Cloudy A. M. Clear P, M. principles promulgated in a public newspaper on other service, where his uncommon talents and none being advanced who have fnot ac-,
AMERICAN AC,,DIM\.., 6 48 73 57 E. Foggy. Clear, (clouds.) "tf respectable nsanJrtp. I "I' undertaken ,' and knowledgeweremore immediately need- quired the prescribed knowledge:. ThusL ii
AMERI CAN ACAD Y 7 47 85 63 SW. E. S. Foggy. Clear A. M. Fair P. M. to "n"tribute .1 ite tr.'w ar.i- h. cause.by l ed During tour or five years, however, from 1820, fifty-three were turned back ..by the<
SS' .AT TI meet.lg 1 lie ,,i in Aende- 8 0 88 65 SW.NW.E. Cloudy. Fair and delightful day. "akingale rema ksupon.. rmr omf te the great drafts made by the war on the Examiners to recommence the studies of the "
C Yrdf Wts n teq.11b ol "nt. 9' 61 84 168 ,NE E. TJoggky. Clear and fine day. ... Eigl.sh Languag.e, witten b Mr. Cogh school for officers and from other circum- preceding year, and of these fifty-tiree, no
i'mrdge~un VeEN069AY,the fthlofauust, ., -163 RF Z I' ...... h' -..' .. "I ..k-... ,' ch ..I--lp; ybE" nI., rrdeme,.a~l-nu.rInza nc. ws o na ";& of ... .ii n ls tlhtel~~u-er e iek f
Sat II o'lock, A. M 10 '5s8 8, |63 .S S. SE. Clear and ',ryITe9asant. I .. .. -. r l n.nr.e-- ne,.. n .tancesIw as not in agoo9 e h.*, rd less tlha twenty-fout -were a few eeks af-
.July lS--- JOHN FARIAR.Rft-. Ser. 11 63 O 1 64 SSE. B. SW. Cloudly. Sholwery.al day.- ....- aLrpt. Ilnr'm-aimatR,,,. By allowing thesasa so continued until 1817. i :h-t .ra', tr, om ewarrsfrinallfrisrissed from t. ..\-C,ea.E
S. 1252 .70 60 NW,. Clear. Cloudv,(rooitly.) place in) our pii,er, yotii will,i doubt, please which its present admirable chlaracte js to my by the Secretary. of War, becAtus they
UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE. 13 55 78. 62 NW. to SW. ClearA. M. Much thunder'at South. Sprinkling. .1 tmanyotffour readers, andidisplease none. be dated, Major Thayer, an officer of rare ta- hlad not filfilledthe purposesior wi:ct. thevy
'?ANDIDATES for their second *degree at tie 14 51 80 62 NW. to SW. Clear calm, and pleasant. .This G.ammar, it seems, is so calculated, lents and. accomplishments, who, from the came. In June 1821, tforty-thrde were turn-
next Commencement are to attend at the Col- 15 53 84 67 NNW. to SSW. Cleiiar and very fine day. as to instruct, pupils without that laborious time of his being graduated at Dartmaouth ed back; but it is jot yet known how many
1ege on WEDN6SDAY, the 22d of August. 16 56 88 66 SSW. brisk. Clear and delightful. ,, .I wstldywhich tbe usual systems require. The. College in 1807, had been constantly attach- will be dismnissed.-Thei five best in each class
Candidates fir admission to te Colege, having 17 55 87 71 S. brisk. 'Fair. Cloudy, P. M. Shower in the night. Author has undertaketi to prescribe a plan ed to the corps of Engineers arid connected are put upon the army Register to receive
a ertifiate of good moral chartter from their 17 85 64 SW.W. brisk. Cloudy. Fair, (many clouds.) of teaching Erglish Etymology and Syntax. with the Academy, and who had from 1815 Commissions if they-choose, w hen they leave
. :I rec e p tor or so m e o th e r- s u ita b le f pe rso f, w ill b e 1"70 8 5 6,S ,V ri k -.lo d ..ai ; ( m n y l u d.
examined at University Hall, on FRIDAY,Sl1t" 19 51 83 64 NW. SW. Clear, hazy in P. M; and cloudy. without regard to a classification and variation, been passing two years in Europe, to perfect West Point-and when the annual catalogue
August.-The examination to begin at 6 A M. 20 51 82 64 S.- Fair A. M. Cloudy P. M. of word. He has established a principle of his knowledge arid become familiar with its is published, each Cadet is numbered .in his'
JOHN T. KIRKLAND, President. 0 Fair A. M. Distant showers with much thunder' and teaching-scholays to parse and construe wholly best scientific establishments, was called class according to his standing at the exam-
July 8 J. 4w 21 55 83 60 E. S. lightning. .I by the relation and dependence of the parts home from France and placed at the head.of nation, and if he wasturned back, itis noted
BI .TIS A E ....- ..22 58 82 61 NW. NE. S. Clear and pleasant. I I Iof speech, by this mode to.know what part of the Military Academy at West Point, where With such a system as this ; and What is
S BRITISHAGENCY 23 55 81 67 NE. E. Fair. Cloudy. Sprinkling. speech to call a word, they must understand he still continues., much better, such a system as thiisstrictly
NUMEROUS disappomintments and delays:havy- 24 64 72 68 SE. E. NE. Rainy A. M. Cloudy P. M.'fog and mist. Rainy evening what relation it bears to some other; for ex. The reform he has effected will be comn- ,and sincerely executed, it is no wonder the
.'N A n %ng e e u r e d i n co n s e q ure n ce o f t i le in tb r m A l ity i p e i n t e f l o n g s t n c l e m a s
of Lei tistrumentssqen to England 25 64 82 66 NNE. E. SE. Showery A.M. Fair. Very heavyshowerwiththundei,,&c. ample, in the following sentences, he makes plete in 1822, when the first class, received Academy at West Pout is beginning to send
Noieit hereby at a vIs, letters of 26 68 82 66 N. E, SE. Cloudy A.M. Fair. Shower in the night, the same word a preposition an adverb, and under his superintendence in 1818, will be forth into the country a succession of young
attorney, deeds ofall descriptions, &c. will hence- 27 65 86 70 S. SW. E. Clear and delightful. a conjunction :- .. sent forth from the institution; but its entire men better educated in the physical and ex--
forth he prepared at the British Voasul's Office, 40, 28 58 87, 72 NW. to SW. Ditto ditto ,, I have found all mnv money but ten dollars." success is already fully proved;. and the act Sciences than any we have ever had, and
India-street, where all business relative to the re- 29 71 85 .66 NW. E. :' Cloudy and sprinkled.. Fair. Clear P.M. Seaturn. I have found but ten doilart ofAny mrey.'" young gentlemen at West Point are already with intellectual habits which promise yet
ceipt of Moneys,.Pensions, ar.dOividlends, the es- 30 64 91 80 W. SW. Foggy. Clear and delightful day, (smoky.) I have found my purse but ten dollarsAre lost." more thoroughly taught, in what they pretend more to their future characters, ut to this
Establishment ofall manner o6t*egal claims, the prov- 1 7 Clear, caln and delightful. The Thermometer oh being In the first sentence lie calls the particle to learn, nd have better intellectual habits, system, their military discipline is made corn-
ing of debts, il.cases of bankruptcy, & c..and all 3 1 7 N .to exposed to the sun a short time, rose to 131 degrees. but a preposition, because it governs the noun than those to be found.at ari other place of pletely subordinate and subservient;-tised
business generally connectedl with Great B8ritain or ntut-ni h onrirt~ seecs n ms
the.Brils hColonies,,will in future be transacted. IEMARKS.-By the above table it will be seen, that we have experienced but little warm dollars in the objective case. In the second instruction in the country, .rather as exercise and amusement at any .-
august 4 ROBERT C. MANNERS. weather the month past. A cooler July is not recollected, especially the nights, there hav- he calls it an.adverb, because it quAlifies the Those who wish, to be admitted apply to' time-and omitted at those seasons and ufi--.'
1 .edi.a P .e io ing been but two, (and those the two, last)'that were in any degree uncomfortably warm. adjective ten, and takes the place of the ad- the Secretary of War, and if .their recomn- der those circumstances, when it would in-- :
S Medical Prize questiolls. Even in those two remarkably cool summers of 1812 and 1816, there was a greater number verb only. In the last a conjwiction, because mendations are found satisfactory, warrants terfere with the serious studies, which formn t'
ST the annual meeting of the Boyiston medical of warm days and nights in July. than there has been during the same month this year. .-Till it joins the two clauses of the sentence, for their examination are granted to as many the great and parainount object of the Es- (.
Commlunittee, held in Boston, August 1,1821, it the 30th (this year) the mercury did not rise to 90; a circumstance.the writer does not re- In this work there are many other pecu- as the Academyv can receive. With these : tablishment.. h-1
t was voted that the Boytston M3edal or fifty collect having noticed.before, since the commencement of this Journal, a period of 14 years. liarities which certainly are worthy of notice, warrants the candidates repair in June of the The Cadets therefore, who.are to be grad
Abars in money, be awarded to the author of a The monrith however has been pleasant, and the prospect of a plentiful season is in a high Instead of following the usual method of year for which they are granted, to West uated from West Point, are now to be con-
Diasertation On the diseases of the .Liver &c."- degree fl altering; owing in some measure to the very favorable weather we were blessed grammarians, in placing the grammatical de. Point; and those who are found qualified in sidered as scholars rather,than soldiers. They
vho was.found to be Joux:C. I)Tio, M. D. of with in June. We now begin to experience an unusual degree of heat, and the probability finitions, and rules of syntax, in separate parts English studies-who are above 14 ad un- will hereafter be, in general, absorbed into-
Clheltasford, Ms. ; fnd~thit the sRImAL e ,ihi ue Wbe ei o xeinea uuuldge f etan h'poaiiyi dr2 er f g-n hra 1 efr h cvlprut adpeesos ftl as
tote anh'or of 'aDessesa i l is, that we shall have our July in Augustthis year, as was th case in 1813, after a long spell of the book, he has placed them adjacent, in der 21 years of age--and who can perform the civil pursuits and professions of the mass
"'.a fedicinal'IubntacicIc4,...,'e.d ad.' n of moderate Weather. .AvouTs 4. order to exemplify more clearly, the depend, with facility and accuracy the ground rules of society from which they .went forth, as
ta ,!re,.,l inr;(kduceJ into amimal' bodies throu.'..h ence that the one has upon the other, of arithmetick, both simple and compound- much as the young men, whh are graduated
tie ar-r. .If the veins," whe was. found to e O e For example, I will qate one the rules of i'eduction, of simple and corn- at Princeton'or Harvard; and, it is therefore
Enoc H ,jr. M. D.and M. M. S. S. of B ST ON GLA SS Under the head of rules and definitions he poundproportion, andalsoof vulgar and de- much more for our dignity 'and theirs, to re-
Boston. -' .. I". ., I... 9 says, .. cimal fractions" are conditionally admitted ceive and. treat them, in the capacity, in
The flowing P,'rie Quetions amre now. before ./ T. E R D U C E P) B VIC E S. Q. What is te nominative case ? and puit on a probation of six months, at the which they are considered by their instruc-
the public, namely- -. A. The noniinatire case is"t RULE 1. end of which time; they are severely examr tors, rather than. in that, in which they ap-
r 1. On the dia,.'no.isand treatment ofPertussi r- HE Proprietors oftlie BOSTON .GLASS MANUFACTORY have the pleasure to inform the subjeitofa verb. and has A verb must be of ined, their character and conduct ascertain- pear transiently before us, during .the relaxa-
orc incoug ,. ,. ... .'. -. -
St me caluee of 'e ii i,1d their friends and the public, that they bwe reduced the price of the I e'e dlt't .thesamenumberand cd, an.d when the result is settled, they either tion of heii only holidays, which we should
. .Dissertations W theie sujecs o.us "be transmit- Ieindapet dnt. u a.t I e ase receive their commissions as Cadets or are m ia eftl not to induce them to rss ina
18S,' .- repeat at te same answer, so that they may at War is reduced every yearabout orie fifth. line, to which they mut necessary be sub-
S. 0on the functions ofthe extreme capillary ves- to such rates is will make it cheaper (i! weight and quality considered) than Crown Glass understand the meaning of the rule, and the The Cadets, thus .admitted, remain in all, Jected, tlie instant they return to West Point.
Sels.i health and in diae. "s imported from Londn and Brist,,l. .I.L. meeting of the definition. four years at West Point, their number being.'I -- G
4. Frh attte.r tiire qthe b l- a, h i,: u'ar l'd rI -0 .. ... ,W- .i ,-- ; .. ...! -. .. 11 -1 1s -.,i o rk al q~ c ii, s a e m a, ct lrw l e d to 2 50 bf .te-Gove r m e n t
^ "^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ''^ ^ .i..~~~~~ai~tl~i, Thp-...jky^. li..* d- o 50 bytTne-rhe-n, -^^^l^^1 ^ Gdverrment. and fur-:'_ -
...~~'Ir trfr %Vt qgle dwlcalo .,,,,,,a-nov~w..'..d -I anc r.,, -1t n14. i .g ff.lo~ t-:lpedt 2 yh. oerietad F s L. .N",-
T*cr'II ,,- ---- other, .s too well knoe l.. lu .u......ur, ..1... tCo irepq.eaorsarc uet e.t. i .the i as- e says, "has fiUled a resicr'It-.L ,."-.sewae*I-disc- "ne.of-tt..e< ..... 3.-1.I
Dissertatioh ontketwo last,subjects must be on therpart shall be wntg to rende the Ga m urd e equ .um has always existed in our gen. suryo te united ttes pyand rations '-tatesand
tramittedalasabove,oorbefoe the irst ednes- have ever made. sys of Education." This part of his an Amount which makes the-.Superintendaint ne 6 o. t ..
davinprl 8I.- .1 nave ever madte. ". eral.syst .a c r.o......" I---- t f is ri--... ., n aaa ne ieea rtoftilhe Treaty of
day pti te best dsertationon eitherof The price of CHELMSFORD GLASS is also reduced, and offered for sale, (together with grama have given a pretty thorough ex- anxioin istheir friends shoutsf u sshem .. ..a.. oti erteth -.v. ....
Thes sub'eotira of t e bstdeil ertnitio ne ithrofre .,he price of C ,UHELM SFORD FLINALSS ce neclen re o as mnt~i n on trte netInig wt Ghmnyantmynveosas e nt....., hapeco. t te ." .. ,nd(i
these bj fay ,, wil, be ent itedtore a .s ent of SO BOSTON FLINT tLAS pcked in excelentorderforrans-s trm anthem an d the arms and American Agent Surveyors,&c. hvereturn-
lissertation. must be accompanied with .a sealed portation, at the Boston Glass Manufactory, Essex-street generally correct: some of them, however, books they need to use while they are therenpleting their maps, c. and the
packet, oa which shall be written some device, or .g'orders directed to the Superi.tendant of the Boston Glass fanufiactory, will receive e ay Cult at p resent, to establish, They are taught French with such thorough- aged in cmee tic t mak e ad nthe
sentence, and withinshall be enclosed the author's Jt attention July 16 though inmy.opinion they are more correct ness, that, after the first year, they are re- decision and report under this article. Tnis
amendplace ofresidence. The sme device or promp than those usually adhered to. I mean the quired to use several French treatises as text surveson we learn includes all the navigable
sefitence :is to be irittenon the db.erati,'n to -. V 'B-- T TES t. To Carpenters and Masons. use otfcapitals and the colon :-he say, some. books for their daily recitations-drawing, as ays, &c, between St. Regis, on the St.
,R hic !'he pl.A i i rI'.A~d, .. I! V L UBLE ES8T,12E ,.. .. s o Iiasant: d .. o... -'.....wales, oays, ,nteno.
A unuessfid er r. deposited with rhefulowingdescribed estates arcofleredo terms ROPOSA will be received until Satu ry times te colon an dash are used, instead of to a eauttudereeo kl,-natura Lace d Lake Snper, including not
tilel Screurv, from ahoom their antihoritan l- '. I exrely nvorahle to the purchaser,l ba llte l3th day of Augnit instant, lbr Building o. r particular y experimentalplsophy-ehemstry and m- less than 2500islands, and.a distance ofmornn
e t p u..G a H o s f r t e t h e p e r io d t o g r e a t a d v a n ta g e pnrt c l r aly P ...ry h c- l e ssd, t h a n 2 500H i s. a d a d a : s a c f o ~
lai rhem,j,':caldfo,', -..r- o.re year after they on smale.to, close a concern: ,d completing a Couny Goal House, or the in composition where the sense is continually neraagy, geography, n thi' than 1000miles. Many of the islands contain
a "received. : FARI in Gray. in the county of Cmnberland, County ot Suffolk, including kedpers Apartments, varying, as, in the following extract from national law; mathemancs,, 0n verv gh from1000 to 100,000 acres of excellent land.
.,o printed dissertation can be received... a few rodsfiromthewoollenmanufactory. It Court Room an Offices, conormably to a plan and Sterne--" A boy replied the landlord of branches-and engineering. To effect this, .
The- Authiors of dissertations are desired to consists of about 150 acres of very good uplasil; a-. d escription theeof, which may bexaninedLe about eleven or twelve years of age ;-but he they have the superntendent and twenty- T TITH THE INDIANS.
write the ir papers neatly, distinctly, legibly, and bout 40 acres otfwhich are used for mowingandti- office of tie subscriberon ti County Lan hasbtatedof almost easlttleearsll efatsh eri b e tewo regulere teteachers,be s t dese .ouro the Tr s beenYreceie from r. enr
,on good paper. J. G. COFFIN, e-e o p s from too to tO0 verett-strect, where'an)-furthemr, fo t re- ere-hn uAmourntnrlsmenteforehimbsft eomats teeter c.r
a-The printers of.a'Ve peers i theu .. t t1 young apple-treeS, most olwhieh are in bear spetng tntstmeiy tandy to au r posa eotd yd" :-o has not stirred from his mot constantly and labourioutsiy devoted to R. Schoaft now traversinthregion be
n,;,,e eqeted lota h'ish the tibove au' ,. ,is --.a s ubsatiavl wll built Dwvellino. are to speeity tme lowest sum rn frtnlsnlng tile buildnigh n a n-hsntsirdfo i otS we Ieri n h lsiip n
L...g--- a bo.t 6b 44 eet squ'e, ing ineleding all materials. sueh proposals, sealed bed ayide these three days." theirrespective objhet whichmti od bt enend tt leci frmatn
House, twelve ye"rs old, ab ut3 .by44let '.ure- igi h y r es".m a d i i o olc nom to
MASONIC INSTALLATION. oas, g h nd thotoughly finished, having up to be delvered to Hon. Judge Donntiso, on or Thii work abounds with peculiarities ofthis intendent Majo hy e ctn onvon
two sstorie. I I. repect lth. n the con bitonfte18threst
OUNT ZionPRoyalA 'rch Chapter at Stoueh I two chimneys, thur rooms on e1a1 floor, with c.- "c- fore said 8th i n t.' IS."n nature which are well calculated to make rable exam le, inasmuch, as he has not been within the territory of the U. States. The
ton will be consecrated, ndies Offiers pub venient out-buildings--and hear the house a never le nrs r ", ".mot.correctabsento we tP on ad f org tin a letter is dated at Fort Wayne, (Indiana) 8th
liclvinstalledbv the M.E. Grand. Royal Arch failing spring of excellent water. This farm also sS -p method of using the English language under since he was place de July,1821-The writer accompanie avern
*Chapter of .assachusetts, on Wednesday, the 22d containsa valuable mnillsite, with a stone dam, and U S...FRIGAT WSCONGE. -. various circumstances. I have not thought voting even his vacatiess to ae prove-" s, I-heMwchianTerroitoy
day- of August instant. AuAdress willbe delir." is twenty miles from P0a reHE ,rs of L itefollowin enes ho died pro r to mike a thorough review of*this Awnty tho Ch i o the oh ldan Teatywlib
vited bto attend, invested the badges appro- fromdthesamefar es,adoainnge` aouet,e Ueeanammondarineelonging to Mass_ errors "in o vn in other at this hlace, tanhave ever bee
priate'to their resiectve omces and d egreos.USFa. A valuable Lot and store cnehe centre oftev- uere r dustr id genius on e part o Ue tor une o hte u men "an summoned under te authority of the UnitedI
A. Maso will please to assemble at the house of h ge in Gray, 18 miles tom Portland,t the june- f asrt ose Foxrett, (alis Bson,) and should it be published a ter ew c o n n on l e t and valuable amount States. I expect to see the p eipal part of
Companion A. Capen --those of al. o*t de rees tion of the great roads leading from Oxtord and a ela Msi.e-Tho"... Jones, c gunner, Bos r reactions, I have no doubt but it would answer mere, oteo by a o,. mndw e the rpottowattomies, Miamis, Kickapoos, Sacs,
at Companion IA Gay's, ..t either of which peees Kennebeec counties to P-Ftltand. t-J.sep b'ickens, boatswain, Massahuseiuts- :a valuable purpose, not only in schools and oi noKnow lee" buea ........ Ottowys, d Meromonies, with
tickets may be'ogta lyaed for the dinner, and tforl i About 535 acres of Land i Gray beng fiveout- ." i o .. .. ,, B acadm.eP b w-. v grown of even gtreatefr conseueneeto their fture Foeis, Ot ontyernd Ment omn tmbes, wh.
-acatiaalvi -emrr~oudi t ;estil t dsoves muchin-'ea"tn.s.of.itelletual iscipin e l. raantd therenhuustpe n

collation, Ybch will be.- p'ovided at both houses lo^sof 107 acres each,lying in the touthdi~vision. oH e~ n ,n^t't Ver~toneta-Sa~aiue.l Scott, pwithoutS acq~uiring'~ ,Oea scientific nknowledge.... cnaracter,t than the intuc'tu on P ~iv mw 1 y; f
previous to 'the public se prices. M atsonic B reth- -O ,,endividle dllialfo fa tw story D welming-H ouse ^ o *i s s e~ m ai C <,nnectieut- W illia ,a ]D.il ', upfthe E ng ,lish'qlang 'uage" ... .. A T E A C H E R com m unicated T o brin g this" to pass se ,ve-" ] li ,p ort" ns. "." th /.n s ... h c ^o b
ren, and our invited Guests are intormed, that sumi a Bake-house, and lot containing 100 square rods of r Pe i ,,o to. Island-S M assuel wio... 'hbg" ..lber. o t 123 J ral means are used, which are common in putrchasea. n-PPletun thaaeeewb
table accomemodations will be provided for their A, situated in the village in NortheYarmonth maine, aovmoend Isnd-William Dils t ,- Europe, but, which have, untml now, been u presented for observing th e manners, cus-e
Ladies. Procession. to ae formed at 11'o'clock, abot half a mile trom the new meeting house, and sn l ar"c .e ..i-Abrym Se. John,, bu oestp0int Milihtary Academy. known among us. toms, dress, and other tiguishing charac-
A. "M L... _. is now occupted by zMl. Aitnos Storer. Oontiecticut .Boston July '28, 183! f:': -- -. Int the first place, the Cadets are kept ;'ig.- teristics of these tribes, wtlcon.sequently_ be
ELIJAH ATHERTON, ommtte A very convenient and spacious tene.ent--in s- Thefoown commnieaation to te alo A ver ser, o de ve The ourney s ,
WI nLIAM:DUNBAR, ; of Portlandhbedg the easterly eafro-Oforaell builtM) POST-OFFICE ROBBE T- rens Ihtae dubisiw o ladgeiufowllanswer idlyt natt ohe eo athtnsvlanb ear, vo er objects of remartthat nnot fail o
ONtCDR SOU ll J agnentm.. (h.ee store Dwelhng ous,-ouded on tanco .. .-iti. o ae f th artlu s andtve ,h ,c a tt ben there be interest, andsI shal be enabled to c
a f a o n Lra reay 'stT.hith eeriwyopl a c e sp promad tN.oo y e a rsm r ie a ll w e t o g: a lyrno t yofnlws pds le e t m a n y n e w wa c es r e la tiv e oo .ke m 'le g ;n eb u
,I'll Kennebec counties tonP ta lJee Pickens, t;ne elim theirfi future t v1tsouna, aredyaxardn teoettoewan .....a, ore;d tatA ............. .. wit"....




South Bm e aridgewater Academy l tho water from tequeduct, and cotang one hundred and eighy-ve lars, ,and att heprsem timearepeeulharly interesting] -while the whole of the rest of the School is ogy, geology, topography, natural scenery,
H Trustees of this Instituion feel it theirout rsanlds o fle view ot the hlarbnr. in the ",ollown ,g bils:- on its military march and encampment, which Indian history, and other subiccts connected
S to inform the publith that they.lave recetiy A lot of Land in Lisbon, in the county ot'Lin- U.S. Bank,Noi.37, Washington, Feb.l,1817, $100 CADETS .OM WEST POIT. takes the place of'all the vacations. Nor are with the former and present condition of tire
nde renewed and peculiar exertins to place the coln, lving on buth'sides lhe main road leading o. 56,Richmond, My 7, 50 Mn. HAE-The impression o their ca- a sence, forurnt reasonsfreient. country."
Academy unddr the tuition olearned and skilful fromi Lewiston to the centreof Lisbon, containing Do. 370, do. Feb. 7, 20 racter, which the Cadets from West Point t rootion f every year, Coman f Poets-The candidatesorthe
Instructors, and that both departments, are now 3 res, with a good oe story Dwellg 1. 737, Wasigton, July 19, a 10 are producing on their -arch to this town n aindiidual will be fond away, and on Premium offered for the best written address
very able acom ducted., "house ndu Store thereon, lla rmerly occupied by 'md a Hartford bill of 5 seems to me very false ; and is, I know, one, d t s e y i. ow e u isnt efthe new Pfrk Theatre in
They feel pleasure in.statmng, that all the sal Benjamin D.Bryant, Esq., On the 16th inst. the letter was received at Ports- hch the superintendent of the Academy, no one ay, ig l three s eoi the e i inr Tiein
brandihes of education taught in similar institutions, Fr further particulars, application may be mIouth, aul on opening was ound to contain only .-l .or and the other instruc-tersr the number exceeded three. NewYork, are stsenty-two h numer. Te
composing those whih are requisite for admit- made to the subscriber, a is office in Middle- the Hartford bill; the letter having een previously ayer TS mike not Inthe next place, the Cectstn are es are to decide on them she 20tlAugust.
tance atthe laivdrsities, with the more refined street, Portland. SIMON GRBENLE-A'F. opened without hei6g torn, : new ier .put il and r.. te y l's", .ik. more exact and thorough, than they sre any ---..
pants of-a[fiTtihed female education, ma y now be July 28 restampcd. ,Arewaird ol 100 dollss on conviction considered and received and treated tto ereu in here else. In the more important branches, Turks 'land, July 20. The law establish-
advaintageously acquired at this academy or tle thief and recovery af.the money willbepaid, body ( merely military boys, dressed up en s Fench, Mathematics,Natural and Experi- ing Commissioners for the sale of Salt goes
.. The earlyfoundation of this institutinn-lthesu- For Sale-a great bargain. Apply to 'raoTr &BUsr.A, oten. fine uniforms, ad very exactly disciplined, p Fent h, Philosophy, &o. not above sixteen re- into operation this dfor. The price fixed is.
nern ofdi tn isl e a udn amale i The most pleasant, hcalhU and romanticc sitnation 5WM G. APPI.,ET ON, who are senet out fr a show, to receive coru mcnte Po sophy, an c. these sixteen have a 17n cents. These Commissioners loadithe
WesLonoaLeANIdUN accoplihe Porthr l anhcn ieesel alti i edsrbs n wohsvs n ftes'o dyas:ohrsb't f eakta cno alt
-, Ron Colestrcangier.nts.o th-reeetstorylt Dwellingnt Hodsener. Nowall tis iswool IcitetogeterOadTyetFhese ixtee bareai17 hcent. Thee Comissioerstladith




0ecitation ofW ,tethe Btourore, a fewhwee ks.ig some oftt ereb e byn teresing, and5 pe slbenab ledtochol
bothi sexes, who have resorted there fonnstrttlpui notHAT elegant ect ellows Falls, late the Baltimore, July2., 1821 They are a body of Students who ae.con t o at ,t en
egitad ie dntknu o n gt et h L.e y t i n s r -e at;d e sride ot hle i w ad i r2cth aletrs d irtedso orsmouthNinTD-r and t he entni nelrftui l lsers f ctd C t ia s attend n de ote n intellectual d plisno re, Litl tor oitep r n bti c ma n wsrelat i ethl ic e s
-tl rising prohisst nemensisow ll s peItacit'y,1 still Ie e,




ofthe itdeudw-hnlraond. th*get Htton otoodious,Barns attd (ut-houses, together with OR3SALE, that well known estate m. Brain lIne-whoremuchmore severehantheromhyitary t aphl, tde lesso eed tor per, sonthatally aot phice o shipe 1t ce thr
outh k id gew aergand.bthi whole .state ohdcomplete repair, with never fail- tree, shot ten m dies frrm B Istod, known by P wth l f the su lruessof assinedst al, enttly thke r s
The present preaeptor,. Mr. Br.TAMI F. iwel andqutt erf eqtenive Gardctand e appellation of th. bl aintee Iron Works, and what they pretend to lcarr, than any o the The lesso must be learnt af d thoeoS h- Piray-It is reported, that a French ship
F anrswtoee, is engaged as a pernt.nent Instre- ao ut five to tine acres Land; together with mill is now m complete order tor nrmediate use. The young men, who are sent to any o1 our col- ar one, or those who neglect it which sailed from St. Thomas, with two fam-
tori; and ithe Trustees Teha eete m icden to privileges. The premises arie very suitable for an estate comprtizes a number of buildings, viz-one leges;-and who are now, during th e onl y ert al b exposedon. lies on boardwih said to be worth two million
Sohis superiortquliitions They teel the fullest Hotel or a Maileuring Establish- very large wooden one r the purpose of carrying vacation allied them in the year, brought I he tibd p oe, l ts a industry re of dollars, has been captured by a thre-
rnafdeatenee datthopecular entxh a e nd olnr yin" on -" h Instetiadabs aces, f Talrent es and~reltndu try.r Countrs,.a" ee- catued4y- -thee






rutece tha those parents who may sent notent, o lr the as ,ecommodlation of a large family ; o n the work generally, in which are a aurge tp out on a military march to learn the habits of ear thtomoted, instead of bein obliged masted er and all on board, except one..hto
children t this academy or struction, wl no situated in the vicinity f ur flourihing villages, hammer a furnace, tlhee stacks ofehinnies, water a camp and take knowledge of some of the o tart dullnsad in oe m re lre d b r 'en e
Sbe disappointed. ", ald~isotl'mrlwise too well known to require furthlea" whncels, bellows, ltet. bc.--a htr*ge buii~lilng (br a ineeln otosadcte ftercu-to wait for dullness and idloence, as thecy murdered. -.<--- -...
pveryablacnt.,oadma eobane t*h soa e ande r Sto.ore it 1ermsosae, nur e oup iihnso, n anajiig.Msaug neesigprin n iiedsb 5owth ercut






Thel si*saion of the academy is both heal thy and try In r"e s a -a a ejis a n teir character, then I think, they are in our colleges, The first division of each A idestructivetorndopasseedoverBeveraleouni, s
pleasant. Board may be obti tainted at *he moderate TUCKER of Boston, Executor, H. D. R. building rected for agrist mill, but can be con- l ht to be understood and received; and in class gets longer lessonsthan the second, and in Gergi, on the 15th July, destroymi.gevery thig
prices ofrom 1 to 1,75 per week, aIn tuition SE)GWICK, Counsellors at Law, New-York, or averted to any other purpose. There is also a good o g dt le e so on and tose who ga ground are con- in its process, Cton, Corn, &c an teng p
is alike reasointole a NALtH'LTUCKri, on the premises. 2m J 21 Dwelling-Holuse, two stories high, a garden, a'd all the attentions shown them,i f we should e advanced, while thore who lose it, trees by atc roots, blowing away fences and0argut-
ZEICHARIATT EiDDY, Committee about three acres ot land, with a nimer ot valu- member they are well'educated you ng gen- satly b a nced wh thoole wyhove eit, t- earns, obrt-heousts, bon. The s ay l fell wilt. -such
NATHAN. LAZELL, qfthe OTICE is hereby iven, that the able fruit trees on te same. The dam is in excc!- tlemen, wi o have ade honorable progress e antem mor than any other of vilce as o beat into the caTh vegetation of
DANJEL MITC11ELL, T rustees. subscriber has been S.eBidge-watef',ugust 1, 18o1. r has one very great advantage by waler carriage, and who are come among us to increase their the sne staolr'in awclass ias nou oegens, seen nf what tse dhy before promised an abundAt

Also Chambers ovr store occupied by JOSEP al mak e it an object for ay thepihalis teco ba that could be app led with sufficient fec t.- of every sixteen) are publicly posted up, as a ri g t-e c agehe waovertalen by another i


S.-rcRita near the Market uooftoimaklee purchaser. Apply to BENJAM1N3-MJT1I, No. The defects of this arrangement were sens- sml to injury and reproach to idleness. the rer the hels ol which pass er om s nett
; .For furtlher particnlars anppl to DAVID W et ultnt ule'""'EBEN. GAY, Amr. 4, Central-wharf, or to .Majo MINOT TrKAl- bly felt byCo!. Willams, an alumuof Har. And finlly thrip .omnaiosr mus ^ ;nd skilled lumint nnt'v. *
l BB AILE r, Nos. 24, Merchants-row. laug4 Hingham, Jof y 16, 1821. ER, wrai-tree. enuftu d artci I s, ard College, who had served with diotitc.
















-*' MSCEi.LI.A NY. __

PI:,tC S i, 11001 S.
,1 n citizens of the United State:
particularly of New-England, hav
a right to feel proud of the fact, tha
their ancestors established PitblicSSchool
at their earliest settlement, andil that th
Institution has been preserved and pal
ronized to the present day. Not one o
the many Institutions of America i
held'in hWgher repute in Europe, that
that of primary Education. Even i:
England, the benefits of it were al
most unknown, until within a few years
but now they are acknowledged, and ar
in very successful operation; and sev
eral interesting documents on the sub
ject have lately been presented to Par.
h liament. In other parts of Europe Pub
lie Schools, on American foundations
are arresting the attention of the mos
despotic Emperors and Kings. ManR
will recollect, that when BUONAPARTI
escaped from Etba, ani reinstated him
self (for 100 days) in France, lie was ex
tremely desirous to reconcile France an(
Eturope to his new administration b'
:acts of beneficence and utility ; aind tha
among other measures he adopted,,wer
those of giving to France a Conistitution
al'Government, and abolishing the Slav,
f Trade.--But one of the measures he mos
relied upon,was the introduction of Pub-
lic Schools, and a new system of educa
tion. To this end, he directed his great
Minister, CARNOT, to prepare a report
on the subject. That report is nosw be
fore us, and contains one of the highest
compliments ever bestowed on our coun-
try. tEPORT -
Of, M. CAltsov' to the Emperor.
"Sitlle-There existsan example fir thie progress
of reason, furnished by a country of thle Ve-
JWorld, more recently, but perhaps betltr civilize
than most of the nations of what is called the.An
cent Word, When Itie .rnericans of the Unite
States, resolve upoi. funding a town, or even a vi
lage,' their list care is to introducee a Public In-
structor, as soon even as they transmit the instria
moents of agriculture ; these men of sense, the pupil
... ofFrainklinand Washington,well knowinig,that whE
is equally neeessa'y for the real wants of mtne as thi
cultivation ofl.ind, the covering of houses, anl th
preparation of clothing, is tle c eltivatio of hi
mind." ''The Reporter, after this exordiumi, des
cants upon the inestimable advantages of elements
:ry instruction to the lower orders ofsociety, and it
forms the Emperor, that there are at present, i
France, two millions of Children in want of pritrn
ry education. lie says he does not speak of th:
education which forms half philosophers, or metn 0
the world, but only such as will form good artizas-
and moral mets, by :ffording the elements of indi
pensihle knowledge, good haIbits, and respect for til
laws. He then itorceeds to stath how this syslte
may be most easily reduced to practice, and tcoa
eludles with a high eulogium uptlntDr. Bell antd ill
Lancaster whose systems 'ave been introduced 't
the re:notestsettlements of Anyrrice,* and tbrlwhice
he solicits the patronage of the Ermperor.
h We ren assure \t.Carnot, ifte is aiie. that Iong hefor
DP. Bell. or Mr. Lancaster wese horn. the fundamenai
principles of thiir systems were known and practiced uj
'on in blassachusetts.-Cetiinel.

TEN FEET BUILDINGS.

[The following report of s late decision of the Suprem
i Cnurt most be interesting.to many readers; and will serve
EJ li.,h,., ilt., L...,I i i lM ",, ..r .1 r,..i;,i-. ,i- I.
I I...l ,1' ll l ll l l'- I" L u ,Is r U li r' I
5.--. g in. i., r'..q i etrd 't" u.t' eti n t -i

r, ,-,..dt'i biilsd, r in the ibi._ an d t ..,
imore than ten feet highagainst the provision
of the statute in'such .case provided. At the
March Term of the Supreme Court in tthi
county, he -filed a demurrer to the Indict.
ment. and it had been generally understood
that he'intended to put in issue the constitu-
tionality of the law, or the right of tlhe Legis-
hoture to prohibit the inhabitants of Boston

from building- with wood above the height li-
mited in the'act. At the hearing, however,
no argument of this point was attempted by
his counsel; but sundry exceptions as to the
lorm of the indictment were relied on, and
these formed his ounly defence. At the late
adjournment, these several matters weri
overruled by the whole Court, and judgment
given for the C)mmonwealth. The defen.
dant was in attendance.; but being- dnprepa:r-
ed to receive, sentence, the Court on tno.lon
of his Counsel And with t-he consent 4f the
Countit Attorhey, delayed to pronotute it,
ani.d ordered him to enter into recogTizance
-to appear at the next term for that purpose
-. Seeaw provides that a fine shall be assess-
' e-. I the dependent .not less than fifty nor
Snoi: an fi'e hundred dollars, and that a tax
of h, dollars per annum shall bhe assessed
on t" building g complained of until it shall
be-ai.1 conformable to law.-Patriot,

QEEiN OF ENGLAND.
A detjp. tion of the inhabitants of Coven-
try waited 4Apon the Queen in the month of
June last,'andt presented her Majesty with an
addr.; ,sI- ':oar. ,,i id hb, a present of an ele-
gant W4.i, : 1; .r niin. manufacture of the
-city IC .c..-'n.y. iThe i.1dress, which indul-
ges in ff-,i tl'Me ni triinin half of the
Qued .ayn--' A conspiracy, unequalled for
its atlq'i -' in thb.5.ani, ils *.'f citi!zed nations,
nas I" 'Ti'-h { \ u,;r.; ,.-,,r \1 i:t-'
I P '. i au-, V ep --.d f '-1 to: s. ear all true :'
av e-4 band of pensioners and placemen was
.rA r'yed ag-'inst you; but He who is higher
Sth,,. thet'ye'avens laughed them to scorn'
m erro-2- a .:i L,- i s..,,r Maiesty on the. con-,.
tsus t)n of theunconstitutionas proceedings in. .
stittted against you; terminating as they did
ins the clearest manifestation of your Majes-
ty's unsullied honour; and we only lament
that.malignit' should so long retain p session
cf the htimn:ian heart as still to debar you the
full snjoyment of the privileges of yourexalt.-
ed station."
The Queen, in her answer to the above ad-
dress, saus-" The result ofthe late conspira-
cy against niv honor as a woman, and my dig.
nity as a Queen, has added another signal tes-
timony to the salutary truth, that even a re
lucttant government must yield to 'the moral
energy of the popular voice when it is clearly
and unequivocally expressed. That conspi-
racy was. such a tissue of falsehood, perfidy,
orue-ltyi, and every species of baseness, that,
S.',r inh .ini.t .r r-- human, nature, I wish the
rec,.:ll.e.'l.sn on i. to be as evanesc.entas the
imr....':,an hIet, it has left upon my breast.
If, instead of -being the consort of a King, I
had p'osses.sed an independent Crown, I
should hav considered the love of the peo-
- ple as the brightest jewel in the diadem
which I wore. It is the will of the people
that cersecratesthe origin of power; but it
'i the love o the people that aloie can make
the possession of the sceptre pleasurable, or
tie enjoymrn'r of' sovereignty s\eeet. I' I aiT
not, like fuain'r (Q-eens, to participate in the


atgust cecrem-nmial of the Coronation, the re-
gr e's of the people "uhll cause th's very indigo.
n itv to constitute m-y aggrandizement rather
thien my hulmiluation.'
T hin istl prBese',(. to her MNiaestv iL of the
M4i "-iWturte of M"i:-ss- Mayo aid Clark. The
case is douabla bottomed xitth embossed edge, anild


consistsoi fine gohl, -lnt represents the royal arms
engraved in thie centre, encircling the garter ; the
mttito of thle latter, "1Evil be to hiti that evil
tni nk," and that of the arms, God and my
right,"Ibeing expressed in English. It has a rih
frinzediground, and the fig-ties are of the lpwman
character. The hands are of the serpent pattern,
1t itll at el points. Tihe movement is itf the lever'
deseri';tion, with a detached escapement ; thile act-
ing piar-t of the escapement fobrmrd of rubies. Tie
mnorment is principally of rgoLd, thie, uper plate
representing thie crown ; and the works are jewel-
led th"r3uhott with rubies having diamond ends.
The watch is so constructed as to display the whole
of ithe works through a glass. The back .of the
case has the following inscription :-
Presented to her
MAJESTY UF.aN CARIOLINE,
as a Mark of their Esteem for her Character
and Admiration of her Conduct,
unnr unmeritnd Persecution,
Sy the INHABITANTS
of the City and County of COVENTRY,
s181."

Change ofFPashion in Gentlemen's drie -We
are happy to state, that a change in the dre -.
of gentlemen is about to take place irnwme-i-
ately, which will conduce greatly to the
revitral of trade in this rown, arid prove high-
ly beneficial to our manufactures; the change
we allude to is thb laying aside of browsers,
and universal adoption of breeches, as in the
best. days of our prosperity. His Majesty, in
his anxiety to encourage our home manufac-
tures, we are assured, countetances the
change, which will become general before
the eoronat.on. It is almost needless to ob-
serve, that the adoption of this fashion will
cause an extensive demand for stockings of
the'best and finest fabric, aid will cosequently
give additional employment to thousands,
and enable them by their industry to obtain
what many have been strangers to, the cem-
fort of a sufficient meal, as well as necessary
clothing for their families.-English paper.

ONE AND TWO.
The thought in the fol owing enigmatical
lines, (attributed to Lord Braon) is very old,
the neat application of them is lis own : -
This day of all hath surely seen
Its worsi for me aiil you;
Tis now six years sin ewe were ONE,
And five since.we wereTWO.

BY YESTERDAY'S MAILS.
NEE W-fORK. NEW-YORK, AUG. 8.
LATEST FROM T HE MAIN.
T HE brig Rebeccat Ann, Bicker, arrived at
this port yesterday from Ctirraco--, brings
accounts to the 14th July. Cora has been re-
captired by the Royalists under the com-
mand of Lieut. Col. Chauspe, with btit slight
resistance. He then marched into La Valle,
with about 1500 men, to reduce the small
towns on the coast that had embraced the
independent cause.
Puerto Cahello remained in the same situ-
ation.as at former advices. Great instborsdi-
nation existed n' the army in consequence of
thie differences among the chiefs, and deser-
tions were very numerous General La Tor-
te was very stubborn'. m "-
Bolivar has captured Caraccas, though gal-
lantly opposed h by Pereira, at the ,heal of 800
mesn. A capitulation was agreed .upon, al-
lowing the latter to embark on board a
French vessel at" Laguira.. .
Bolivar is said to have made overtures to
La Torre to enter into a new armistice until
the result of the Spanish Mission should be
made known.
There was not a white person to be found
either in Caraccas or ILaguira, when taken
possession of by Bolivar.
A fleet of Spatnisth Merchantmen, from Ca-
di o,- c.,- .siig of oi)r- hip .and nine btigs,
--.. ,J Cu.lr. 0.o.i uli t,1 ,. l tli .il), ft- Ve i


Il'o CtittmLi.ri roicill of 39 gUln-boats tin-
s de Col. I'.,dll.,., entered tha harbor of Cai-
Sithagena, i.,i I. 4h0, of Mkay, and would, it
was calculated, e.acceed in the reduction of
- that place.-The Royalists had made a sortie,
but were repulsed..
S.Acctounts -from Lima, received at Santa
artha, confirm thle intelligence of the cap-
tlre thatht place by Lord Cochrane and Gen-
eral San Martin'
The Columbian Government has guaran-
teed the payment of theL debts contracted by
Sir Gregoor Mac Greg-or, upon the faith, and
for the benefit of that government.

The tolls paid by the mail coach from New
York to Philadelphia amount to 4000 dollars
a year.-Nat. Gaz..

RrcaMroxn, AUG. 4.. A letter just received
from the Texas by a gentleman of this city,
states, That 600 mren had just arrived in
that province by the way of Ba3 o Lafouche
from Tennessee and Kentucky, and,300 from
New-Orleans, all of whom had joined the re-
publican army commanded by Gen. Trespa-
lescos who is delegated by the Mexican re-
public to be the chief civil andmilitary com-
inandant in the,Texas."

QUADRATURE OF TiE CIRCLE.
rttO.t TH ENiUIREH..
In the Enquirer of the 13th ult. I observed
an extract from a London paper, describing
a method of ascertaining the Quadrature of
the Circle, tile merit of discovering which is
given to a Mr. A. C. Lutham, of' 'ereford..
I have no doubt that, so far as Mr. Luth:tm
is concerned, it is a new discovery ; but I
can assure you.t that precisely the same meth-
od of ascertaining the relation between a
circle and a square, was suggested in the year
100,- by a youth at tile college of Princeton,
New.Jersey. That youth was John E. Cooke,
from Alexandria, in the District of Cohlmbia,
who, I bt lieve, is -now a physician, residing
it.son'e oftlii~eunties 6ordening on the south
side of the 1-otomac, above Alexandria.
Mr. Cooke explained his method to Doctor
John M'Lean, the then professor of mathe-
matics in the.college, who pronounced it to
be the most ingenious one he had ever read
of. Its imperfection consisted in its not be-
ing a method entirely mathematical, and also
imperfect, although only very minutely so,
f"om the circumstance of a portion of the
water/necessarily adhering to the surfi-ces of
the globe, cylinder, and cube, used in the
experiment.
SAir. Cooke possessed an extraordinary ge-
nitus for mathematics,,and was known in the
college by no other name than that of "Sir
Isaac Newton."
One of his class-mates, who has never had
the happiness of meeting with him since the
class graduated, takes pleasure in correcting
an error, and in awarding to Mr. Cooke that
merit to which lie is entitled.
A SUBSCRIBER.

NonFOLr AUr. 1. Commodore Barron.-
We understand that the decision of the Court
of Eiquiry lately held on Com BAnnox, and
which pronounces his unqualified and honor-
able acquittal, has received the approbation
of the President; and that an official commu-
nication of the decisio'h of !he Court, as rati-
fied by the President, has been made to the
Commodore.-Htraldd.

Lonisvi tLe, Ksr. JUL 21. Extraordinary.
We are informed by a gentleman who arrived
in the Mars, and who came to the mouth of
Ohio in the fleam boat Independence from


N6*.CVl'eadis, that teliCldepcnad ee gtound-
ed in the Misastippi on her passage tup, and
was aground 11 days. As shat watshigh and
dry, preparations were made foF'launching
iher-timber, &c. procured fai' the purpose,
and on the llth night there Wits almost violent
thunder storm; in the morning, there was
water round the boat-timber, &c. all gone-
adrift, and the .river apparently from its bank,
had not risen. A line was thrown -out to
sound, as the boat appeared to b'e afloat, and
they found 36 feet of water All attempts'to
get their anchor up were to no ptirpose, and
they cut their cable and proceeded on their
voyage.-Pub. .dv.

C3.XADS. -. tMOINTa1RAL,.AC. 4, 1821.
-ajor .ltndre.-A gentleman lately arrived
from N. York, informs us that the 'British
Consul, to.be assisted by the Captainl of a
British sloop of War sent out froin England
Sfor that purpose, and by a out 250 gentle-
men, was' to proceed last Thursday, on board
the Steam Boat Chancellor Livingston,to the
Jeisey shore, to remove the remains of Ma-
jor Andre. This is very well and grateful in
Great lBritain ; but, after all, that officer suf-
fered himself to be taken in a most dastardly
mannet--Iis confessions, far from betig-eiti-
tied to the appellation of candor .(as tile
Americans term them,) seem'to hayve no oth-
er object than to save his own life ata the ex-
ptence of Arnold's-and, (if we ari- to be-
lieve an assertion some tie ago stflurlyniahle
ih Congress,) the men whtio took hiti thoughh
Oxto'lled as patri-Its,) would hv'e Idt hiim go,
lad he ofl'ered a higher price.. An officer of
spirit would have piut spurs to his horse; uif
impeded, have fired his pistols. antd run the
chance of death in a military manner, rather
than incur a possibility of it" by the hangman.
The intrepdity which lie displayed itt his ex-
enution, is the only circumstance in thlie' whole
affair creditable to him. [Canada Courtesy,]


BOSTON
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1821.
FROM.4f LAB. 9MA.
MOBsLE, JULY 13. Pensacola. has not
yet been given up to us. The authorities
aT'e.waiting for the arrival of the Spanish
-troops from St. Marks, which are to be
conveyed to Havana, in the American trans-
ports whicli are to carry thither the Span-
ish troops in Pensacola. Gen. JacKsoN now
lies encamped about 15 miles in the rear,
where he has been for nearly six weeks.
The 4tl U. S. regt. is with him.
P. *d The sch. Harriet has just arrived
from Pen'spcola, and brings advice,.that the
Spanish troops have arrived from St. Marks.
The Colonywill unquestionably be given up
to us, in all Uhis week."

NAT ONAL CADETS.
Oh Wednesday evening the Cadets visited
the A.mphitheatre,\n Washington Gardenls, and
on Thursday evening the A'lew-Englan'd .Mtu-
seuim. On these days they performed no oth-
er than camp duty, of which' the following is
the routine :-The. Reveille is beat at the
"grey of the morning,' when they turn out,
and prepare for breakfast. .-At-inine o'clock
the Troop is beat, when ttie'grandlpSrade du-
ties and exercises are performed, an;Clthe roll
-called.' They dine at one o'clock.' At or
near sunset, the Retreat is beat, whIn the
corps again parade and perfortr the manual.
The roll is then rIlled, and thb campuard.
for the ensuinie day detailed. At half past
i. r.., I' l. thlie 'i':,- ,, u its u -ni. h r, ill th ,
-in. .. . t.--.. -... 5 ... -


Goddess are seen the emblemr:' of' Wisdom,
atid the Naval and Military banners of the
United States. Both Colours bear the in-
scription, "P'refsented by the topn of Boston.'"
The staffs of the standards are surmounted
by the ancient Battle-ax, (or Halbert) and,
with the sockets, &c. are richly gilt. ThFe
whole exhibiting a laudable emulation in thd
rival artists to ecel int f,.in':v and execution.
The Soul oe'te S..,'/, .- '," we lean, have
volunteered to perform guard duty in the
encampment, while the Cadets are on duty
and are partaking of the collation.

We learn, that the Cadets will attend di-'
vine service to-morrow, in the forenoon, at
the Rev. Mr. PrEtnoNer's meeting-house ; and
itn the afternoon at St. Paul's Church.

REVIEW OF THE CADETS.
We learn that the Governor will review
the Cadets .under the command of Major
WoT'rT, at 10 o'clock, on Monday next. His
Excellency, attended by his staff and such
other militia officers in uniform as choose to
accompany him,.will be escorted from the
State-Plouse to his marquee on the Common,
'at lm.ilf post 9 o'clock, by his own guard tun-
der the command of Col. ADAms. After the
parade is over the officers of both corps will
dine with his Excellency at JMedford.
On Tuesday, we hear, they will breakfast
at the mansion-house of the vet.eabMe Jonri
A.sDs, at Quincy, an d on theirreturnito camp.
partake of a collatiop at the seatofBAaiNsiY
SMIT'r, Esq. on Milton hill. -
They will probably visit Salem on Wed-
nesday next;-where, and at Providence,
arrangements have been made by the Munic-
ipality for their hospitable reception.

After the Cadets are dismissed at evening
roll call, their excellent band of music form
in front of the parade, and perform nume-
rous airs, marches, &c. in a style pronounced
by judges to be superior to any thing of the
kind ever before heard here. A vast af-
fluence of citizens of this and the neighbor.-
ung towns every morning and evening are
spectators and auditors of the exercises, po-
lice, and music of the corps; and the parade
antdadjacent uvalks,have become very fashion-
able promenades for' our elegantees :-At
the same time, by the attention of our-Police
Officer, not an instance of disorder has oc-
curred among the inmerous collections con-
tinually assembled in the vicinity.

Speaking of the music of the Cadet band,
the 11 orcester Spy says,
Amateurs aiffirmed, that they had no adequate
co ception of the powers ofthe'bugle. until they
witnessed the surprising perfotbrmanes of the mas-
ter musician p' this abtutd, [Mr. Wiltis] who trav-
ersed the whole range of musical notes in tones so
varied, so sweet, and so melodious, as to ravish the
senses. This language, to those who had not the
pleasure of hearing 'nhese musicians, may seem ex-
travagant ; but to those who had, it will not savour
of unjust panegyric."

ACADEMIC RECORD.
Colut'bia College, ,Ae-w-York city.-Com.
mencement, Aug. 7. The exercises were in
Trinity Church, before a very respectable
and crowded auditory. The Salutatory ad-
dress, and a poem, De neglect Poesi, were
in Latin-all the ethers in English. Tlhe
degree of Bachelor rf Arts was conferred on
the following young gentlemen :- ,
Fist Grad.-Peter A. Cowdrevy ,Io.i acF. Craft,
WiYlham In:glis, Pierre M. Irvi'ng, Stepheu H.1
Meeker, Ifenry A. V. Post.
Second Gra'de.-\Villiani B Barnes, V';lliami
P. lttes, Samuel tOgilen, John C. Slack, Henry
J. l W i .
-.^^ '^-.i^.'> A1sinimi m -""'n -".'


Icn iolt the Gri, d I-. ii t Ki. I L ,, ., (. V. .V '
.. ..T. H .- 7 'ld. ...-K I,-,-
Yesterday morning the corpi ma-Iler fo- Fi"Jh Gr ade.-WilTiamn Craft, William For-
Cambridge-on a visit to the celitb.,i. ,i and iyth, William N. Gilbert, Edwin Post, George
most ancient of all the American Seminaries- Sih ady, Junius Thompson, Jontl Tiebout, Willimin
the Universitg in that. plkce, on tne invitation Tiurner, Cha-les Stgg.
ofthe Rev. President. They continued there The degree of .faster of .'ts was conferred
through the day, partaking of the hospitality on Gulian C. Verplanck, Seymour P. Funk,
of the College, and examining'the Library, Allen Jackson, Hlenry Anderson, James Len-
Philosophical Chamber, ChymicalLaboratory, ox, Robert Gracie, Richard V. Dey, Abraham
Botanic Garden, Gallery of Paintings. and' D. Wilson, M. D., Wni. Staley, Frederick
other establishments of the Institution; and Fairlie, George M. Robinson.
returned to camp at about 5 o'clock, P. 5JM. s -
The Rev. Jox.As KIrs is appointed Profes-
coetMITNICATIOm. sor of Oriental Languages in lthe Collegiate
Yesterday .the National Cadets made a visit Institution at Amherst. It is said lie intends
to Cambridge at the invitation of the Govern- to make a voyage. to Paris and Gottingen, to
ment of the, University. After being con- perfect himself in the knowledge of the liv-
ducted through the public rooms belonging ing Oriental Languages.
to the College, the Corps performed, various
military evolutions with their accustqined ele- MarshalBEullNONVILLE-One of the most
gance, address and skill,; and then partook eminent and consistent of that distinguished
of a collation in thq Coimmons Hall, in thie classof Militar.y men, the French Marshals,
company of the officers and students of the has lately paid the debt of nature. He rose
University. The sentiments expressed b3 by his own merit, and deeds of renown in
the hosts and the guests evinced the recip- arms, from the situation of a private soldier
rocal and cordial good will which was felt in to the high rank of Marshal of the empire,
common by all the members ofthese two dis- and Minister of war. He received his baton
tinguished seminaries. Before leaving Cam- from BUITOAPARTEF; but lie never loved his
bridge, the Cadets went.through, the light in- follies nor usurpations, and having sworn al-
fantry drill, which fbr capital execution and legiance to Louis 18th, alnd his restoration in
beauty of effect, was unrivalled asa spedi- 1814, he remained faithful to his oath, and
men of military discipline. All that they followed the good King in his short exile to
did, indeed, proved, the state of this" fine Belgium -He were his baton under the royal
Corps to be such as the best friends of our regiemnb, and was appointed one of the Peers
country would wiVh, and fully manifested the of France. 11e was as independent as lie was
advantage of giving a systemat c education to brave,and when the French bulletins were de-
those who are designed to form the future ceiving the world,l he had the courage to rid-
defenders of our Republic, as wellastthe prac- icule themin the most public manner. While
ticability of uniting the high improvementt be commanded the army of "the Moselle,- he
of th mental faculties, with the greatest pro. drew up a famous bulletin, in whichI hl an-
ficiency in the many exercises appropriate to itounced to the National. Convention, that in
the character of the soldier. a terrible engagement hf three hours dura-
tion, he had killed upwards of a thousand en-
T'Fus lDAY, at noon, they will be presented emies, while, on the other hand, the French
with a Stand of Colours, by the Selectmen, had escaped -with the'loss of ia chassetr's little
in behalf of the town. The ceremony will .finger. He added that the enemy had not
take place on the nncievt military square, on even the me-rit of depriving the chasseur of
the Common, in fror,. ofthe Statetasid-s (and the.finqer, for that ihe had him.ielf bloaon it of
not at the State-linuse as mentioned in some in the act of loading his mnusket."
of the papers.) The Colours will be escort- Bet'rnonville afterwards became minister
ed from the Senate Chamber by a baftalion of of war,fell into the hands'of the Austrians, was
light troops, under Captain Comniandiant exchanged along with othir Generals for the
BsaIIMMEtr, composed of the Rangers, the Fu- daughter oufLotuis the XVI. was advanced by
siliers, the B(,ston Light Infantry, *and the Btuonaparte,received equally well bvytheKing,
WVashington Infantry; and will be received and was one of the few Generals of the rev-
on the field under a salute from the Boston olutiot. who continued fitlhfil to Louis in his
Sa Fencibles. The Company invited to as- flight to Ghent. Benrnonville was a very
semble on the occasion will meet in the Sen- well informed man. He was educated for a
ate Ctamber at 12 o'clock, and after tie cer- priest, like many other Generals and States-
emony of presentation is over, the whole will men whom the revolution turned aside from
proceed to Fanueil-Ihall to partake of a Col- their original destination, and elevated to the
nation, voted by the town at their late meet- most distinguished posts, to fill which they
ing. The procession, including the Cadets, would probably have thought themselves in-
will proceed through Parks, Winter and capable in their youth. The more remote
Mailhoro'-streets, Cornhill, State-street and the period of the revolution becomes, the
Merceant's Row, to the hall. We are glad more we are astonished at the extraordinary
to find, by the arrangements making, impression. which it produced ont mankind,
that the Collation will be on thie scale of and at the number of distinguished characters
the long established hospitality of this me- which it brought forward on the theatre of
tropolis:-It w;ll be provided by Mr. B. public life." ------.
SMITHt. The guests are to be seated at IlE.LTHI OF OUR CITIES.
sixteen tables, besides an extra one for Notwithltanding te late extreme warm
the musicians, covering the whole lower floor, weather,we het of coined healme warm
and the galleries, of the hall. The escort quarters. Letters from ntible, datedal in all
quarters. Letters from Mobile, dated July
will occtpy the galleries. It is calculated the 13th, say, We continue very healthy here.;"
military will exceed 400. All the officers of *" Ric'hliond, Virg. Atag. 4. We Lave had
the Navy and Army of the U. S. in this vicin- extremely hot week. O. 4. Wthe shadsv side
ity, and all strangers of distinction in tow., a tremety hot week. On the shads sider
we learn, ate invited as guests. oftle street, the thermometer has been every
T lie Colours are from the pencilsof two of lay at from 96 to 98 "
our most eminent ar'ists.-One is white, paint-
ed by PaNtNIMAt, and bears a futI figure of The venerable Judge CoxY, of Maine, has
Minerva, with lher symbolic attendhnts.-The notifigd his intention to resig n his office of
insignia and implements of war surround heir Judge of Probate of Kennebec county.
feet, enclosed by a ribband, bearing the mot- Itev. IFaNCIS WAYLAD.,S, i'n. late Tutor
to, Scientia adgloriam." At the side of the in Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. having


CASUALTIES, &c. .
The Virginia papers mention, that by a late
rain, the creeks and streams in one district
were swoln to a height utnpretedented for
their last forty years. Much 'damage, of
course, was the consequence. A bridge built
at an elevation of 20 feet above the usual
level of the stream over which it was erect-
ed, Was carried away.
The tavern house of John Chute, Esq. of O-
tisfield, with most -of ita contents, was de-
strayed by fire in the night of the 4th inst.

"MAIiRIFD,
In this town. by Rev. M r. Pierp nt, Mr. Thomas
Wells to Miss Anti Matri, Foster, hioth of this
town.' .
At St. Paul's:Chtirch, by the Rev. Mr. Jarvis,
George Dummer P('rley,."Esq. of Hallowell, Me.
to Miss Jane Louisa Jackson, daughter of Getrge
Jackson, Doctor of Music."
In Salem, Rev. Barzillai Streeter, pastor of the
Universalist'Society in'that town, to Miss Sarah
Lewis..
In Fai-haven, Capt. Lemuel S. Akin. to Miss
Sirah Coffin.
In Greenfield, Jonathan Blake, Esq. of Warwick,
to Miss Betsev Ballard.
In Norf'lki Vi rg. Rev. John Brounley to Miss
Elizabeth Diggs.
DIED,
In this town, on Wednesday, Catharine Eliza-
beth, only child of Anthony and Ann Maria Lahr,,
aged 2 months.
On Tuesday last, A melia Barker, youngest child
of the late Capt. Moses B. d, aged 3 months.
On Thursday morning, after a short illness, Mr.
Samuel Prince, aged 26, son of the late Cipt. Sam-
nuel IP. of this To'vw. lie had but just returned to
his re natives and friends from a long absence oil
the North-west coast of America, where lie natr-
rowly escaped a h i rid massacre which took place
by tihe natives of that shore, against thie strangers
r Iho visited them, and scarcely embraced by his
eonnexions, vieni the tyrant tleath crossed his path
alia cut him off in thle bloom of life.
On Thuri.sda, Mr. John Williamson, aged 35-
Mr. Robert 'Miller, aged 42.
i. Charlestown. last evening, Mr. Thomas Stod-
I frd. to.r-. rii -.1I 1 .'on.. in the 72d year of his
_Xe-


- e -, ne nouse--inis sonniatw;
ilr. C.'.A.b P.- -,. tonsos and friiends are re-
q'rtist.d to .ttcid i IlIuutL a moreparticular invita-
tion.
'In Dorcdester. yesterday, Mrs. Sarah Blake,
aged 57. Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock. from
Battery March street. Relations and friends are
requested to attend it hout a more particular in-
vitation.
In Charlestown, 27th ult. Sylvester, only child of
Dr. Ebenezer Stevens, aged 19 months.
In Glonucester,. Peter Coffin, Esq. son of lhe late
Hon Peter C. of thn"t town, hged 71.
In llinghamn, *Nr. John Fyfe to AMrs. Sarah
Lewis.
In tTaunton, Dea. Nathaniel Briggs, aged 84.
In Plymouth, Capt. Bartliett Sears, formerly mas-
ter of brig Golden Age, aged 45.
In Haitford, Mr. Isaac Church, of Otis, Mass.
aged about '26.
In New'YV'rk Citv. John Sendder, Esq. pi oprie-
tor'of the .\r.-trw ,. -Musenm, aged 45.-Dr. Sam-
uel Henry !;... '
At Portae Prince, Julyh14, Mr. Wilfam Holmes,
of Duxbury, mate of bi ig Ferox.
At St. arts, Samui.l C. Fales, Esq. a native of
Taunton, aged 29.
In St. 'homas, C. G. Fleischer. Esq. Captain in
the Danish Navy, and alarbor master at St. T and
lately Commandatl t protein. of the Islanl.-Lt. Dc-
conninch, of the Navy.-Mrs. Frances 1). Boden,
wife of Mr. P. Boden.
At sea. July 19, on bond brig Leonides, of Ken-
nebunk, JIMr. Jothain Jefferds, seaman.
Drowned, in Savannah river. MIr. William W1d-
lace, of Ma blehead, seaman of sloup Niagara.

OBI'UARY.
At the interment 'of the 'remains of General
Joux NonLE CUMMIaNG, of New Jersey, rectintly
deceased ; the Rev. Dr. GmIFFi formerly of ois-
ton, delivered a funeral sermon at his intel ment,
of uhich the follow ing is a paragraph. It ought
perhaps to be Ireminised, tdlit Get. Cumming was
o:ne of the most enlightened Patriots,Philosophera,
-anld Statesmen olt the present age.
Go. Csmnriing was not a professor of religion.
But for tile lasrot-. years Itrtst he possessed it.
In the revival olfrel igi rn-'r tmered here in the
beginning of 1817,a visible change wts- ilvwelght in
his mind. From that time he regrlv attmied
family player; a, d had he had less hci.or,ors en
fewer stumrlline blocks in the lives ol'proiussors he
might have been recorded as a member of the
church. The sceriples which itept lili'tn b:uk a.t-
plered to be greatly i..creased by a it.bl lve of
contsislency, and a magnanimous t-tr the cIhristian Inme. I supptse I knew as mucli cf
his mind as aony man ; and I cannot but hope that
while we are weeping over his rctnaisi, lie is em-
1loy;:d in praise aid t ritninh in thlepresenic of
God and the I.anib. There let himi reign. Let
not a rebellious wish seek to draw hira hock.'


SHIPPING JOURNAL.

POlT''r O.' <)u'''.V-t~s\ .
tf'EDNESDA, Auutturt S.-Arrivtd, brirs Lousiinna,
Diekintini, New Orleans, 28 and 23 trom Lstize ; Mar',
St. Andrews, and Matli.sia; Caspian, Slainde'y, N. York ;
sclis. Doris, Williams, St. Pierres. 24 ; Josu'ph, CobI, llli-
fax, 12; Airniea Ht-,ro. Frne, Capie n:u lien, via Bel-
liist; .doni. AtwoodiT, Edentut oliPol v. Howes Witining.
ton, via Norfolk; Dart, Clark, N. Bndlf;, d t Hope & Either,
K'-3, Fretdericlksiurg; Cent, Hallec, itrom AlexalIria
Waiuilngtoi, Eastporr; slhop isMelhnie.Hallet, N. York ;
Marii, J.t e. I.iuim:u rd, Nuormiht; ities, Flower, Hart-
lfoird; Fair P'lar,'T'ripp, C'arlston. 17.
Ckcarcd--Vi Adrilan, llalker,O Giln altar; schs. Ztph r,
i.ility, ,do.; BlAkit, tautchi Porlaui ; si oop, 5Mt. iings,
N. Yo L.
TISUR.sI'Ar. August .-Arriv'ed,. lri i Ferox. Burnham,
finm Pom tau Princ,'. (i.uly 8) mnu Exmtu,.(20tih); si hs.Os-
trili, Sales, ; Alniirt, Hlsi.el', St. Andrews(,O; Paific,
Lwi"i, "I ire, 9 ; a ,eh. fruun Duxlutry ; sloops Votary,
P.,Ni id; Led a, Salem ; Mar onn g19, Lewis, N. York, 4 ;
niLpr 'u i, N: niiekel t ; Itsetti C. Ait.
Creumcd--Sl.ip CPaither., \.. Atustin. tN. W. Coast ; hlit
M:t garort, Catin,; sclI. BDo>ltaII, it liFortune, Newbu-
ryrot.
FRTI .iY, ..tugust 10-Caninme ui from qua-
rantine, sch. 'o Ci,'ared-Schs. lurr'iet, Rogers, Gibrnhlar and
a inl'i .t ; Ann, Lincohb, AMartinique and a nier-
hkt by t'l ixbl and Vatt enttite; Ila) lien, Condrtt,
'Iah e Itlstitli))It Admnis & Am or -y ; Reaper, Per-
cIh't, |I itihrin ; slnops W ashington. llakt'lc, Nan-
tIucket ; IBoslon, Ribbins, Ph'lilatd. ; Ainrort, Sprin-
ger, Bathl; America, Sanwood, Portland; ibed.
t'ord, Hiitch, New iedford.


IV cepted te ,icirtan ,i tl,-.' F Bfrs Baphisst
Society in this tt,wn to become thdir Pastor,
W1ednes(amy,'the 22d1 irst. is appointed as the
day of his ordination.

Naval Jlffairs, 'The U. S. schooner Shark,
Lt. Pinary, has sailed from New-York, on a.
'crueize.
I'he Colutmbu 74, will immediately be laid
tup in ordinary, at the Navy Yard in Charles-
town; be dismantled, and her crew paid
off. The Spark has been laid up several days.

Shell VWork-The exhibition uof shell work at
No. 73, Matrket-stret, is a beautiful evidence of
lwhat i a te prouecd iby a line fate-y, united to i-
tience and perseverance. T'I 'e)'presenitainn of
tour State-Hlouse, iby a miniiature edifice, commen-
ced and finished with about 60,00o) various sized
and colored shells, obtained from different parts of
the world, is one of the preitiest specimens of in-
ginuity and taste we have ever seen; and the. ar-
chiec>tural arrangement of the whole is admitmble.
We would recommend this exhibition to the pub-
lic, being assured that but few, if any, but must be
fully gratified. I
AN ADMIRER OF TIl ARTS.
Cex We1 have not yet b en able to devote an hour to the
examination of the above exhibition, but 'ope to be ere
long : We have however, learnt from ladies and men of
tasteand juulmcinet. that it ii oane of the most euriins and
pleasing which has. been offered to the poblie attention for
a long time :-And as the ingenious irtid'ut.iatigahbit Ar.
t ist who has formed siand itshioned it, is ii native citizen, the
indourementsttoo see and patronize it', w'liinik, imut be ir-
resistiblt. Wedohope.that these-ekm alldefight tofoUfob'
will take the lead in the patronage.

We n fid that severaL papers in cpylng the
name o the young Cr,-ek native ith nis a put
pil in the Cadet corpi*, c.ll him Marna c,-It
should lie .aioniac "' -


BOOKS Jt.D STITIO.N'ARY,
FROst LONDO*, BY THE TIITON.

OLIVER C. GREENLEAF,
IMNo. 4. COUR'-STREET,
_-AS received from Ltondon, by the Triton, an
dtl additional supply of BUOKS and STA-
TIONARY:-
Medium, Demy and Forlseap Writing Paper,
"Bath" post, thick and thinr; Billet Paper; Draw-
ing, Ivory athnd colored Paper, various sizes; iEngi-
neers, Surveyors, Drawing and short hand Writing
Lead Pencils, of first quality ; re and blaek Seal-
inne small red tand black Wafers;
WValkden's red aud blai-AkltkPowder; lReeve's dura-
blt Ink ; Ink 'iTrays: Reeve's WaterColors; Cam-
el's hair Pencils; Parctimert; Slates; No. 1,2
and 3 Hattledtores ; a great variety of fancy Soaps;
Windsor Soap, of first quality, &c. ke. &c.
--. Johnson's Works, 11 vols.; British Drama, 5
vols. ; -etlgant Extracts, 3 vols. Langlisore's
Putarchi, 6 vols.; Illiad, Oddessy ;" Horace ; Os-
sian, Virgil, Telmaschus; Lusiado, O)*'Wll -Mete-
lubophises, Ielisarius; Cicero, 2 vols. &c. &c. in
siuterb Biiuliug Gw aug 11

Norfolk, ss. Probat6 Court at Ded-
ham, Augu!s.7, 1821- t
0 N the memorial and petition of Rufus Ellis,
anil others, c editors and h trei ) -Sant. Spear,
late of Dorchestcr, in the county of Noi-rflk, mer-
chant. deceased, intestate, praying that Sam. Hub-
hard, tof B,;ston, in the county' of SufbilK, Esq.
Counsellor at Law, may' be appointed aldminnistra-
tor of said deceaseiPs estate, Ordered, that tlihe
cotasid-ration of said subject be referred to a ?ro-
itte Court, to be boilen at Detlism, on the first
Tuesday of September next. at three o'clock, P.M.
ihen and there to he liard and decided on.-And
the said Ellis is hereby directed to give notice
thereof to ail persons interested in said deceased's
estate, by publishing an attested copy of this order
in thn 'Calumbian Cenitnel, printed in Boston,
three weeks successively, prior to said timethat
they may then and thr'e appear and they shall be
heard cuCOerniitg the samer hi thiyV see cause.
S ED)WARD l1. ROBU1NS; J. ofl't'obate.
Copy-Attest,
SAMUEL HAVEN, Register.
dCCOLU.NT BOOKS.
I SAAC W. GOODtl ,il, Stationer, 76, State-
street, has for sale-a complete sssortmttent ot
Ledgers, Journals, WVastes, Saltes, Cash, Invoice
andtt Ltter Books, with antl without spring backs,
matdte of the very first quality of Paper. Also,
Check Books ; hi3l do.i W' rating do. ruled and
plain. Also, a complete assortment of Stationary,
Nauiical HoIks and Charts. epis3mi m 1
I.."I')VJL.
D IR. GORItAMI has relieved to the uouse late-
ly occupied by Mr. James. Read, in Milk-
street, opposi.tu tlie mnasion house of ite ; late Judge
paine-. 4spas .. ug I


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Imipoted "since the ,ith inst.-43518 hbls. Flour "
-500l hshels Corn,86S bags anidI 1 hd.Coffee-52
bbls. is e Colt;ce-1072) ba!is, 5 6 boxes, an(d 15 bbls.
Srs;--'81it hhlds., 16 tirf.e ald 3S bbla. AJolas-
ses-6t'2;'l bushels. S:.1t-3Si8 picais Pepper-295
tierees ltiece--254 h lillds, 154 Z, "rnos ad 8 huogs
Tnl,!whi'o--332 btl's Cott.n-,71- tons'PIaster-
730 bh:s." Tar-84 bhals. Tturpentine-t-.0 bbis.
itleh, c c. e." '
V-SE 1E I. LiFT.
At Trinity, tMart. i4t, ilt. bhrg Hero, iiashi-rn, for
I.enn-bunt, 12 days; A merica. ftley, for Po'tssoutl, in "
s15 (s)s ; Ecl). Fiv- Siurs, Doi her, lor Marblehead, next
day ; ."..i I n ,.;j, foro Nebiurytport, in 0odays
At -T It -... ii nt. t'u siothes-,, Hentman, jist
ar, and tilscharging. .
A St. Piterres, July 13, the Acive' flrMiriltlrtovn, intou.;

-**l .l.i tin.t u' ;'Sarah, do.
1 .I I...,' H a .ii.., r .. ,1 lh r ,. "
,, ,, .... ,w as l .... ,t .. ..
from lhi |' ort, toul i. .1 .-..-l u ] 0. ,,.i' .i
to .Guad. in c. Cap. .. 11.. r...'Newbarypor.,'Was at
F ortRoal--Sohrahi, kniglht.ot'do;', at Trinity; bad been
A i-i. ua .
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u.uIn. Sl 4.., ,c r, -" m rI B..l g.1 l. .n5, west s... LiPra
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Sil S, t hii ,., i. ..i-b. I i,. rI ,.. i.- d i.p .on r.
cat.o hJor, en alnhFu:ng.f P.-to .l o.J.-









"i-lh oSbthI barre s sa i .',.lis m nt
Isht las.. ,o;.5 brig eub"n-.-Ehiz,.Hart-i,, frst St.
l Is e a.Ii..elr.n..
.l-i .O l l.-jji. ,52.t i.l.u a ll. ch. Rtila. Min'pr.r.f
July...5,,J a.4.l 1,in : 7tiiI sern..p. i I o a ,n, 1 t-dl.i y s ,
df iu, ib .1i 1 .M ih',r.I, (j._i ,.. o l.l' il, .,t. F. -ch. -
1%,',R'i lL' r, ,.^ ,,r, 1' G .,r.fq .-r. di.-.. ,i,. ..i. ...-I i,
Thi. l. li. j i f.i..i h.tr..i~lsli., l e un' m~i i fih
Capt.on shore eudeavouring to sell.,ricn, o .Fa
S VSSELS SPOK'F. '
Au st4,ape Cod t 39,22 north, lone. 71rig30. west, sh. Pal-
sperm oil, sam tiimen sloop Iris, uce, o0. days from Nan-
taelkt, 35 barrels spej II, oil.
Marys for Boston.
July A10,a, tat. 40, 18, Ion. 70, sloop Romeo, Johnson, 3 days
from this port.
July 22, off Bermuda, brL g eairAmerican, Lord, of aiNew-
haven. ..
Aug. 4S dape Cod W. by S.O30ut ea. brig Ruth. 3 days
from Portland, andfishingsb.Por, H 4 from N.Beasford.
Aug., IS lea. E. of Cape Ann, brig Paymaster, 4 days
from Grtland. -
July 1, off mla. 2S, Ion. 6, sell. Farminer, M'Keey, ofones-
ro. 7da from this ound, s from rt.
July 31, off Cai 0 o'Ledoc. e Ce,odshin Light. Fanny, of New-
castle, 14 days from Portsouth ; bad sue Ae) s.
Portltintout 10 days.
July 28, off Smith's Point, sch. 'Minerva, of Boston, for
Hayii. .
Ang.3,40 mile S,E. of Block lIand, seh. Morn. Star,y
Afg. 3, In BloT i Islrnd Sound, a lew sea fr om ths port
for Richmond, (iMr. Caol of Orleans, mate.)
On Sunday night, 10 o'lock Cape Cod Light Ssd W. 10
or 12 miles, a brig, (supposed to b the Adt. Pie) 6 hours
froul Boston for Savannah. '. .
Ang. 3. 'in Block Island Channel, sch. Rachel. 13 days
f12om Sr. aThmast fr Boiuton-same day-a ch. 6 days from,
Matinique fr a port in Mve. "
SThe Andre Jackso of ee lemawriht d Horace of Kie-r t from
ar bnk, sailed frm the Balize 1.-Bh July, and were passed u2d
Shood. Francis, .incoln, lence, toched at St. Pierres, ahout
rit Georil. Le-Beft kwitRi, of thiport, from o terdam, ar.
at Hnevanutl, 20thi. bit. .
Sell. a Bristol, Lee1wright of mplitew report from
Mtart.l.at St.. thomas. July ls.-Brig Lnisiana Mancure-'
ber for Cuba, sailed sametday. -
NEW BEDFORIs, Aug. 7.-A, ip"e.d yAn Min.i. .
Wood, fror South r ens, iandh 1 %l, artom rinM, Jorso iCo.
withaoil. Left atRio Janeiro,rs, Win. ialNe i, U iYork.,: \
with LADELPIAs.,sperm oiltie-ri brig Hir.i Ch.r,.o
Failmouth, .with 30.Gblbs. .
Cl. at New Bedford, ships Treiton, -WoBnitbr -Patisn .
hristian ; Camilus GardnerBrazilae, Pindt Eldredge,
do. "."
Arr. at Briitol, July Arrloived, brigsmoplitry, Uler, from
Trinity. I
Sailed from Alexandrisa, Aug. 4, stp Mary Ann, Winne-
more, for Bremen ; sehs. Milso, Frnsworth, Boiston;, Ca-
tharine. Snger. do. ; Midas, Bears, do.'via New s ork.
SPHITLADLELPtIA,-Adgulst-.Ar rii'd, bsig Harp,San,
dyram, Trinidad, 24; seh. Menti'd BanErot, MatIn is;
sloop Sparrow, Toddt, Guanja, Cuba, 17. fl ihb. Ani,
Christian, Jacequemel ; Regulator. Luce, Boston. Le
NIEW.YORK, July 8-Arrived; brigs Fairy, Alen St.
Ubes, 6t days; -Rebecca Ann..-Ricker, Cixardoag 2l ; schs,

Bedford,2; Hsctor, Davi, Salem. C. ship Beile, BeebLe
Savannah. SailedT, Br. brig Betsey, Dikil, or Havre.
BALTIMORE. August 5-Arrtived, slq sL'Gen. Jackson,
Hallett, Boston; George-Henry Hodet,' do Cl. shi.
Gen. Macomrb, Hallets, ewr B-edfor. 6a'ar. sch.St B


pool. '

STOCKS,. EXCHANGE, &t<:. :
; -rte- w tt 10. 1-i.1.
U. S. 6 Per Cerits, Defer. \tr, E.n lim ;t............... I I
redl ......................3.a 4 4 in a.ud Ma.. ......i a -'
O'do. of 112...............7 a uiu l-...... -......- 131 a 14
is13.........1...sta EXCHINGE.
S 14.............. ........a. ..;.,....8 a
1815........ ... a i NeA Yor................c a a100
U S. 3 Per Cents....... a Philadlliia......99 aloo
K dc-....................,8 Baltimore.............. a.99k
7" mo...;e........o a 10 V'trghia ..................a98a98 .
BANK STOCK. Charleston..........-97 a 57J
United Stales........m2a 113 Savanniah.................96a97
Massachusetts...........121 a R3 SPECIE.
Ui.ion.................io8a Spsnih Donlars.....l-8s a A
Boston~.. io oo......................4 Doubloons.....5 30 540
State........................3a. a 64 I
"T.Correted for the Columbian Centinet, by SAMUEL
DANA, 5 Congress-streat.

BOARD OF HEALTH.
Committeefor next week.-David W. Brad- .
lee, Darius Boardman, George W. Otis.
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For Canthm,
-The superior fast sailing, copper
fastened and coapered ship ZEPHYR,
Sjo ts s burtlhe, \Vin. Clevchula, superem'go, 'will
sail for Canton 1st Auguta. SpeEie will ie ta-
ken out to be ijvetc-.il and' li'ciht back uon reason-
able terms. Apply i to ihe Supercargo lit Salem,
or at No. 30, India street.
June 23 epistf BAKER & HODGES.
Z XVO'M'ICE.--Tlhle slip ZEPHYR having
4een unavoidably detained, will sail fOr Canton in
a few days. The shippers are requested to furnish
their orders ot or belo-e the 10th inst. aug 4

PHILADELPHII FLOUR.
"TOW landing from brig Betsey, and fr sale by
,OLIVER, BORLAND & ABBOT', No.
21, Central-wharf,
I IS bbli. superfine, and
212 bbls. fine Philadelphia FLOUCF, of superior
quality, and in very fine order for shippilig.
august ,lI
LEATHER, &c.
RANCIS LINCOLN, No. 2, India-wharf; of
fers for sale, t000 jides red slaughter .ind
d tried hide Sole *Lteatlihr ; 200 sides yellow do.,
from Norfolk, tanned by plunme & Co. ; 100 sides
I0hil:t'll phia do.; 1000. heep Skins; 500 curried
Calf Skins; cj-r'id Us,, ter Lneather ; Linings ;
S.iudings; B-ltim,,re a id Rich-l'oud Flour.
aug11
ENGLISH GUUX P WW)Ell.
1. *'3'f LIaS. Towe p' roof ENGLISH GUN
3 q l POWDElt,'of tlie first qualty-for
yle I the ceaskur less quantity, by EIMUND T.
LISTINGS.: '', .
Cambri'dg/posf, .~t.itst 10, 18-1.

MOLASSES.
Sf' HH11)' prime retailing Mllasses, now land-
f)s.ng and for sale by F. WATTS, No. 4t,
Long-wharf 2spis aug 11

/ Cotton, Tobacco, Bees WViw.
FBAKER & HODGES, No. SO, India-street,
j s havebfor.sale, landingg from brig Leonidas,
2T bales New-Orleans Cotton,
5 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco; I tierce Beas Wax.
august I 1
JAMES READ & CO.
S'AVE received by the Mercury aidd Triton,
from Liverpool. and offer fobrsale, at No. I1,
Market-street, up stair:-4 bdales drab Kerseys,
5 do. Valencia Vestings, supe;-ior patterns,
2 cases plain Cassimere Shawls,
5 do. printed bordered do.
bales drab, pearl, and blue Pelisse Cloths,
4 do. blue and drab Plains,
2 do. White Flainnls ; 9 c nases.Pi-ints,
2 do. Cambrics aund Cambric Musl:ns,
'1 do. fancy Cravat anrdkcorshiefs,
1 do. Furniture Chintz. afg 11

HOG8 BRISTLES.
C ASH (50 cents pet pond) will.-e given; tor
first quality HOGS BRISTLES, at AINE
SHUIJNEWEILL's, Dock-sq.
0 Shoe makers' Bristles for sale as above.
s10ov18 lunl2ia .


MUSLIN' DRE9SRES. etc.
I EBSTER & UNDERWOOD, No. 83,
Market-street, have just opened for sale,
an assortment of Muslin Dresses, will and without
flounces, richly embroidered. .
AI..O-1 case raw Silk Mantles, elegant pat-
terns ; 4-4 and 6-4 plain and figured Thread Lace ;
'Thread Lace Veils; ;do. Mantit-s. 6spis aug 11
Super. black Italian Sewing Sit.
LEWIS C. MANSON,'
H ,Vo. 49, CORA.VILL,
H AS just opened for sale,
I case super, black Italian Sewings,
1 do. Cassimere Shawls, with borders,
I do. do. do. plain,
Black Bombazines; do. Levantines ; do. Sin-
ehaws; do. Sarsnetts; black Nankin Crapes-to-
gether w;th a general assortnent of EUROPEAN
atd INDIA GGODS, wholesaleandretail.
N. B.-Constaely on hand for sale, MOURN-
ING ARTICLES, of the best kind, and at fair
prices. epistf aug 11

GLOVES, TABBY VEJ.VETS. etc.
QUINCY TUFTS,
A'o. 11, CORINHITLL,
iH AS received per Mercury and 'Triton-Men's
Buckskin Gloves; Norway Doe and Dog
Skin tcnmn.on fnd extra sizes plain and lined Fleecy
do. ; Ladies' best English and black colored dlo.;
real Fawn and' ptent Beaver do.; wash leather
Socks, iu under Vests. and long Draws; Tabby Veln
vets, black, dark blue, grass green, &a.; iA'ide
green Quality Bindings; black Bombazetts, plain
sad twilledl.
On hhnd-the new pattern of patent Braces,
with six loops. aug I


Ct'F.JP GOODS.
RE U BEN PUTNEY,
S 'o. 60 markect-street, (SOUTH SIrs,)
A just received firom Ness York, and offers
tor sale-I case Cantotr Crapes, .
I ease [ta!ian do.
1 do. 6-4 Imitation India Munlins,
I do. C.in'brie and Cambric Muslins,
1 do. Furniture Patch, of superior quality,
1 do. Striped Silk; 2 do. Calico,
I bale Bombazefti, assorted colors,
6-4 and 8-4 Linen Damask,
Birds Rye Diaper,; 4-4 and 6-4 Cotton do.
A great assortment of Silk, Worsted and
Colton Hose; Silk and Kid. Gloves, &c. .
StiOU vds. Ame-riean Sheeting Is to'is per yd.
21100Q '). do. ".Shirtings 10 to 40 cts.
A good assortinent of Ginghasms striped and
checked,'"
White and yellow Flaihnels.
./.co, tBlue and black Broadcloths and Csssinitre ;
Sattinets, &c. The above will be sold very cheap
for cash. tf aug 11t
Copartnership Dissolved.
THE connexion in business heretofore existing
between the subscribers un-ler the firn of
TARBELL & EVELETIL,
is by mutual consent hereby dissolved. All per-
s'mnj having demands qainsi said firm, are eqiues-
ted to present theiem fir payment, and those in-
debted are ca'ler upon to make payment to SI-
LAS P. TARBELL. at No.6. Market-rbw, who


State Bank Slo:k-a.'ti 6 per eet. Stock is duly authorized to adjust the concerns of the late
ta Ban So:a 6 per ee Stock firm. SILAS P. TARBELL,
of 1.13-.... 5.t By July 24 JOSEPIH EVELETH.
CHARLES CLEVELAND,
ig .. i12, EXCA.oGE-CTotE'r, Copartnership Formed.
august 8 3slits THE subscribers respectfully inform their
:- .KW GROCERF STORE. ,, Iriends nd the public, that they have fjrr.ed a con-
F71IB subieribei s il.m a thc,-r i: ',.1: a-.d te' nexion in business under the firth of
J., public, tli-at th ,e Il.iotir..,, c.,-.iSton'in NEWHALL & EVELETH,
Siesi.ei nider il..- fir. and have taken store in. 6, Mark-e-row, recently
0D IA -,' rI f A o CO r. r> A1.t Moccupied by the late firm of Tarbell & Evcleth,
K A E I t OD. t LMAN, where they offeifr sale on good terms, an exten-
Sand'have fobrsale, at their Store, No. 9, Congress- sive assot meant of BOOTS and SHOES, of every
square, neit south cf tLe U. 8. Branch Buink, Coni- description.
gs "a-street,' Also---soleand upper Leather; CalfSkins; Seal
C:oguac and Roche lie Brandy, Skilis; Sheep Skins; MTorroeio, Leather, Lining
0 O 0 Jamaica Spirit; Weesp and Scheidarm Gin, and Blinding SinsI; Boot Webbing; Bont Cord';
C +'. Croix Ruam ; d Columbia Whiskey, Ribbons; Galloos ; English and American-.Shoe
Old. Made, Thread; Linens; India Cottois, &e. tic.
':Siley (o.. ( CllHEEVER 1NEW HALL,
S. .' A' S. j.lPil EVELRTH.
V d.i.,- 'Bost ,J, ", IS-'1I. 4is4os
Port,
"OJ "11I.ir, t 'Sheathing Copper, Lead, &c.
Old o. 6,6ly, GILES .LODGE,
Froti WNEES, il bites. T .o. 13, BROAD-STREET,
Baraae, -' 1 WI'AS just received by the late arrivals and of-
5 cases .Chasmpnigne J fears for sale,
Bottled Porter; do. Cidbe, s24 eases Sheathblg Copper 20 to 30 oz.
A few of Davenport's excellent Cheeses, 12 Rob-sht Led ,oIl6 22 t oz-.
SWhite a.d b. o n Havana Sugars, 50 Rolls s Lead, to 6 lbs.
S Wet I,,n-h d Sug ir House brown do. 12 casks dry 'White Lea,
Loaf ,rd Lump Sugar, a fewloves Bltihore 6 do. do. Red do
treble retined. STO E-
Tthe best of H) sor, Young:Hysion, Hyson Skih, 50 hhds. very old English Copperas,
r. ;,ndSuch.n u Tenas o, .' 12 casks best English Card wire, assorted Nos.
Old J.a Cne. small bags for families use, 28 to 33,
Old S ir. i no small bagsuira doamiesuse Led Pipes suitable for Aqeducts all sizes,
Fr.:,h. Olie Oil. in bottles and flasks, aril 18 istf
B--' i'i B ik' Oil, Lead Hare Skins andGlass Ware.
Winter and Summesr strained Lamp Oil, Le a kis. dand las re
Howard-stieet stiperfine FIlour, -
Superior Cabana Cigars, JOHN W. LANGDON,
Fresh Olives.; Figs and Raisins, I' Abo. 33, INDrIA-STREET,
Entry .Mlats--withr all the variety of articles,usu- JAS received, per Mayflower, from Hamburg,
ally found in Grocery Stores, all of whiehimay be 314 pigs Lead,
depended upoa as be insg of first quality and at the 100 cases Tumblers, various qualities,
fair prices. BOW'D W. PARKER, 1000 Russia Hare Skins,
EDW'D CODMAN. 4 bales brabrant Broadeloth.
J'. suly 18,1821. epigtf .... Per.tlerald....
100 liquor Cases, with guilt bottles.
WILLIAM EAGER, ....Iv STORE....
I oAb. 18, CENTRAL-WHARF, 50 casks Russia yellow candle Tallow.
.J AS for sale-14,000 lbs. best English Card 3 ba.es white Galls. :
Wire, No.,50,to33, '" The above .goods are all entitled to debc;ature,
100 boxes Cotton and Wool Cards, and will be sold at very reasonable prices.
,0,000 pairs Shoes, suitable fs.r Southern market, inly 1 epislm
1,000 boxes No. 1 and 2 Soap,
S x casks Madeira Wine. Smis July 25 A. &. A. LAWRENCE,
DOMESTIC OFFE: AE o. 15,MIARKET-STREET,
S OOtUfttES, TWAVE just received-a few trunks best Italian
S ff 131 BL. best, DOMESTIC COFFEE .j_'Sewing SILKS. episim Juily 11
1L.q f just received from One of thie most eel -
ldi'ated manufacturers in Philadelphia, and will be 5 eR1 an1d Brass ee(ds,
Broa ep ash, by THO'S RICH, No. 14, A LLEN DOANE, manufacturesSteel and Brass
Broad-street. epistm July 28 Reeds, warranted the first quality, for Wool
Comins hivealth of ,Massactusetts. t- Cottonat Pawtui:ket,. 1. O ers left si t Gil-
Middlesex ss. 'To Samel Nutting and others, .n P'hard Cos, No. 56, Cormhill, Boston,
hi'is at;:sw of Ienjai. mttng iate of v'ep- .il meet wits le noediate aotetctinsin
perrell in the Cunty ofo. Middlesex, yeoman, I
: deceased, a' dto all others concerned in the es- H ..TTIfJfG FItURS-
ate of said deceased, Ga:rstu UIIU Seal Skins of a superior quality, with the
W porting to be the last will aind testa- S.s-ping Heav'er,s and Musquash Skns-'or sale by
.nent of said deca.ed, is bee esenteml fon r pro- l1i l ltP en
bate to the Hon. Samuel P. P. Fay, Esq. Judge ofl IMOTY y DODI No. 6, Merchants' y Row .
Probate of WiIls; and for grating letters of Ad- s ul 18
minuitration in an!d for the said County of Middlte- ELEGaw T Pa ARaSOLS. .
sex, by Walter Fisk, thle Exccutiir tlerei named, iTr TLITN C *.T /
You are there ihereuoy cited to appear before WM. LINCOLN.
the said Judge it.a' Cour o'f Probate tu be holden To'f V. 2, OLD STATLEHOUSE,
at Groton,ia an1ifor said Conttv ot Middlesex, on T .AS this day received froi'/Philau'lphia, a
the third Tuesdi Yof October uekt, to shlew cenaus, large assortment of. Parasols, eisisting of ithe fI-
if any you-have, eithe:- for against the same. lowing variety of patternrs,-iz :
And you, the above named Walter Fisk accord- Flowered Silk, Litmes,'and Ivory Handles,
Cugly are he eby Ordered to serve this citation, dlo. do. ,ti>. Wood do.
aj'wvissp'ersooahl notice thereof to all persons con- Levantine Iori. d6. flowered borders, Ivory do.
e"Lled in sam-tsstte,.divinig within twenty miles of F'lsiete.. do. lo,. do. do.
thie said Cur-t. twen-ty ,tys ileast,lrevious ther-- Levant-ine do. lined, ntar fringes,
to i and notifying all others mteresteds dierein by 'lp'.ence dc do. do.
causing a true copy hereof to beuinserted three ..Do. do. flowered borders without fliniges
weeks successively in the public newspaper called Levantine do. do. do,
thi Columbiaii Centinel, published in Boston by Florence do. plain flings,
Benjamin Russell, die list publihatisn to .e' at Sarsnet do. do. do(. -
least, twenty days betbre timi daid tirid Tei sdasr Do. do. foril- ''
1s October, asid to itake dWritA-tma' lre, wiL 'I The abo tt' o at very reasonable pri
your doings therein, unto tu-.Tid Coiurt./eva ces. -"' epis'iw may 23
.Vitness the said Samurl. P. '. Fay/E sq. Judge a
oT Probate -foriesaid, utder his seal ,lcial, at Ca-ta. 't '
buidg,l the twenty-.iuti (lay nt Ms in the year sof [ ,
t ur Lord, one thous.udeigt h ired and twenly- .
one. SiAMUELP. P. V'AsY, J. of P,.obate:. .

UTI 'JiG is hereby given, th0 t tie
iubscribir has been duly appo.ted executor
to tlhe last will tnd testasaI-Iti if
SUiSAN G. WHEELER,
late of Reading, in the county of Middlescy, wid- -
ow, deceased; testate, and has taken ur j himself
that hsat by giving bonds as the law directs. Al WAR aJITED GOLD I.EAF.
persinshavig emaindsupon the estateofthesaid ANUFAC'l'UREDaudl sold by JUSTUS
pdeceased, iae etird to exhe ib; sameI; a all LINCOLN, No. 17, Coronhill, Boston, at.d.

esos ideotc- to make e estate, are called upon DA D FFELT, Stationer, 63, State-street. >-
to ake' payme IKTTA Also-Silver and Brass do.; Gold, Silver and
Rada ND' PAMKER, x'r- Copper Bronze. i'tf June 16


: English Classical School.
TliHE candidates for admission into this School
will apply, for examination, to the Instruc-
ters at the Sehool-house in Derne-street, on Satur-
day, the 25th, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
1They will be examined in Reading, Writing,
English Grammnar, and Arithmetic as far as Pro-
portion. GEO. B. EMERSON, Principal.
aug t
PUBLIC LATIN SCHOOL.
ANDIDATES for admission to the Public
Latin School fot the suing year, will be ex-
amined on Friday and Saturhay the 24th and 25th-
inst. They niumst be nine years onf age at least, a-
ble to write, and to read fluently ; tl"hoy most be
seacquainted sili the various points and'ed ha'actens
used in English books, and able to parse English
Gramiar, unless they have a knowledge of Latin,
which shall be considered as equiv ileit. Parents
who may send their sons to this school, are inform-
ed that the regulation of the School Committee re-
quiring constant andl punctual attendance, will, be
ptrietly observed. No scholar is allowed tobe ab-
tent from school except in cases of sickness, ort of
domestic calamity. And any one absenting hin-
self in violation of this rule, forfeits his seat at their
school. No apology for tardiness is ever admitted
nor any one allowed to enter the school after the
recitations have commenced ; it being considered
a less evil tor an individual to ie.deprived ofhis seat,
loir a half-day than for the exercises to be interupt-
ed by Isis unseasonable entrance .
Boston, JAgnst 9. eptnm B. A. GOULD.
Handel and Haydn Society.
l'BSCRIBERS to the performances of thie
Ble above Society, are reqliested to notice, that
sei action of Sacred nusic (the last for thle i.r,.-.'t]
ieion) will he perfolbrmed TO-MORROW E'VE.
MANG, at 7j o'clock.
SA punemcal -ttendaneeof tile icn bera is seat--
nestly'requested. JOS. LEWIS, Sec'y.
aug 1.


HEALTH OFFICE, .
IfOSTOJV, AUGUSt'6, 1821.
T I meeting of time Board of Health this day,
j-. Ordered, That any person appointed by the
collect he por of tpot of Boston ad Charlestow,
to assist in the dule execution of the Revenue Laws
of the United States, and whose name in writing,
together with a certificate of his appointment by
said Collector, shall be first given to tie Qnarantine
Committee of the Board of Health, shall have liber-
ty to visit any vessel on Quarantine. provided such
person, after visiting any 'Vessel on Quarantine, re-
port the fact of his having so visited such vessel, to
the principal or assistant Phys'ician of this Board
or the Island Keeper, or some one of the Quaran-
tine Committee, and shall not after such visitation
return to, or enter the town of Boston, or any part
of thli same, until permitted so to do, by one otfthe
said iPysicians, or by said Quarantine Comnuittee;
and the said Secretary is directed to cause this or-
dter- to be published itl the Newspapers printing the
Rules atid Orders of this Board, and furnish, the
Collector of the ports of Boston and Charlestown,
with an attested copy of the same.
'By osrler of the Bfoard of Heaith,
Attest, LENJ. WV II'['MAN, Jr. Sec'y.
To the Hon. the Justices of the Siu-
preme Judicial Court of the State of Maine,
begun and holden at Portlatln, within and for
the county of Cumberland, on the first Tues-
'lay of May, A. D. 1821.
S JEPHEN BADLAI, of Boston, in the coutn-
ty of Suffolk, and Commmonwealth of Massa-
chusetts, gentleman, 'executor of the last will and
testament ofShubael Bell, late ofsaid Boston, genu
tlemen, deceased, represents that the estate of s.Aid
Shubael Bell, is insolvent, as appears by the returns
of property of which said Bell died seized, aiud the
proceedings ofthecommissiiners on insolvent es-
tates, duly made to the Probate Office in said Bos-
ton ; said Badlam farther represents, that therd is
certain real estate lying in the State of Maine, pirt
of the property of said Bell, whibih it has beoat:e
necessary to sell in order to pay the just debts of the
deceased, to wit:-a lot of land situate in Baok-
street, in Portland aforesaid, with the buldings
standing on the same; a lot of land containing
100acres, situate in the county, of Oxford, in said
Slate, and a pew in the Episc'pal Church, in the
town of Portland.
Wherefore 'yiir petitioner pays, that Ih or
some-'suitable person on his behalf may be authorli-
zed to make sale of said real property and execute
sufficient conveyances o tthe same.
STEPHIEN BADLAM,
by his Att'y, WM. WILLIS.
STATE OF MAIJVE.
Cumberland, ss. At the Supreme Judicial Court,
b'egun and holden at Portland, within and for
said county of Cumberland, on the first Tues-
day of May, be ing the first day tf said month,
A.D. 18-2t.
On the foregoing petition, Ordered, that the said
petitionm.rgive notice ofthe same, by causing his
said petition, with this order thereon, to be pub-
lished in thie Columbian Centittel, printed in Bosa-
ton, in the Commounwealth of Massachusetts, three
weeks successively, the last publication to be thir-
ty days at least, previous to the next term of this
Court, to be holden at Portland, within and for the;
county of Cumberland, on the first Tuesday of No-
Tember next; that all persons interested thereiie,
may then anid there appear, andl shew cause, if any
they have, why the prayer thereof should not be:
granted WM. I'. VAUGHAN, Clerk.
Copy of the petition and order thereon,
Attest, W.NM VAUGHAN. Clerk.
At a uourt of Probate fol the Coiunty
of Cheshire, holden at Jaffrey, in said county, on,
the twenty fourth day of July, Ano Domitti, 1821.
W HEREAS a certain instrument, purporting
to be the last will and testament of the Hont.
Amasa Allen, late of Walpole, in th county afore-
said, deceased, has been presented lort Probate, by
the H-ob. Roger Vose, one of the executors thdreini
named. Ordered,:that the said Ioger Vose cause
the Heirs at Law it the said Amasa.Aln n and oth-
ers concerned in his Estate, to he .titified to ap-
pear at a Court of Probate to be holden at Charles-
town, it the county, of Cheshire, aforesaid, at the
dwelling house of' Isaac H. Ely,' oni Wednesday,
the twenty-sixth day of Septeulmber next, at one of
.tle clock, is the afternoon ; hy causing a copy of
this order to Ise published in the ,XJVc-iIampshire
Sentinel printed at Keene,the Vermonst Intetlig-enser,
priced at Bellows'Falls, ansd time Columbian ULn-
tinel printed at Boston, thrte ee eks suecssively,
the last publication to be mit least fit'Ceen days be-
fore the said twenty-sixtilt'day of September ; that,
they may shew cause, either, foi or against the said
instrument being atprived atn d ailowedl as the laqst
Will an Testament uLi'said deceaicd. s
e ABEL PAR.KER J ndge of tPrate. :
C O p y e x a m io e d b y / -
,/ABEL 1PARJKR, sudge ofPr te. '
/ .i OA. J W'ANJVTlb.J
N a gentlenmani's family in t4is town, from 1st,
Septem br next, fbr l-tie lads, from the ages
ofll to 14, .hoart ttitting"'or Harvard University.
To a geausslssman who aould exercise Isarental oau-
tlionity ti-nd 'icoidei/themn in all resh ects as Iia
own children, itbL most liberal andi satisfactory
compensation A/ould be simade. A line directed to
E. R. atd IaDtL thie Centiel Cnoutit.ng lLonm,will
be immreslately attended to. 2sp3t aug 11

Vi4OTICE is hereby given, that the
,% subscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
trator (with thie will annexed) of tIe eUtaLe of
AZARIAil \VILSON,
-late of Shrewsbu'ry, in the coultv of' Worcester,
but ftorite'-ly of UCambridge, county of MNiddlescs,
deeeosed, andd hjas takis uipon Itinseitt t.ietrust, by
giving bonds pthe law dir-Iets. Allp Ierso. s indebt-
ed to said estate, are hereby called upon t:) inike
immediias'payment ;. andI all tilose to whom said
estate i. msdehbted, are requested to exhibit their de-
matuds for settlement.
THO'S WITHERBY, Jr Adm'r.
Shrewsbuwy, August 7, 182 1.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber tins been duly appointed adminisa-
trator of the estate l
SUSANNAH BAKER,
late of Dorchester, ini the county of Norfolk, widow,
deceased, and lhas taken upon himself that trust by
giving bonds as she law directs. All person hav-
ing demands upon the estate of their said deceased,
ar, required tu exhibit thie smue; and ail persons
indebted to the said estate, arc called upon to make
payment to CHARLES J. ADA.M.S, Adm'r.
lasllon, Aurgust 8, 1ll21.


DARTMOUTH COLLEGE.
Q'EVERAL Gentlemen in. BIoslon and its viein-
0"ity, educated at Dartmn.qlth college, will dine
together at Fenino's, in Sahool-st.bon WEDN ES-
IDAY, the.22d inst. being the dliy of the annual
Cotipmencement of that College. The graduates
tfithat College, who are disposed to attend, will
e.pjaso lo send their names in season to one of cthe
ulnderzigned. J. PARK,
'1) D. WI'BSTER,
AUGUSTUS E-KfAtODY,
GEO. C. SIfATr'UOK,
S... SAMUEL L. KNAPP.
SBoston, Asugast 11, 18,21. 3spis

CLASS OF 1814. -
T -FIE Class graduatedl at anrgv'ard University, in
1814, ar ilbrmedil, that a )inner will be IrO-
vided at \Vveth's Hotel, Fresh Pond, on TUES-
DAY, 28th ist. at 2 o'clock, P.Ml .
M. BItlMMEIR,
THOMAS WV. PHILLIPS,
aug 11 3is W. P. GRl'liN'E.
CLASS OF 1815.
'n HIE CLASS graduatedat C.or.mii itl ',i Slt1 ,
at' are minded that their a:iru,jl sie telire takes
w, iat Concert "Ha'll, Blston., r., Ih5 ,., a l ci
'I u-sol,., the 28th"inst. at 7, o'tl.-, ..
W. HI ELIOT, '
J. G. 'ALFREY, Committee.
W. A. WARNER,l
". aug 4 6spis

S' : CLASS OF 1818.
rii-HE Members of the Class, graduated at Har-
vard University, in 1818, are informed, that
- greeabl, y a vote of the last year, theiP Annual
1M l.tI' a ill W1 I, i.lda in si osto", on TUESDAY,
tne -l 11n,, .,t tli.r N'nar'lboro' Hotel. where a'
h,',e' V nill1t l h.r'l,slml for those Mnmnbers who
: thtrirt name sat-aiLm. Bar of' the,lHotel, on or
L..-I.r ie 25th inst. '
. r'OS-HUA H-. HIAYW.\RD,
RiB''T -,B WtIlLLIAMS ,
I ANCTS 4ilINLEY, ., Committee.
S .ill N EVERETT, ,
atgstiI 8 epistm

O l OTICE.
N' OTICE is herebly given to the Proprietors Of
J' thI ,towns ofLovcll and Sweden, in the coun-
ty o fOxTforil and State of Maine, that their meeting
stands adjourned to Andtrew Woodbury's Hbuse,
in said S'weden, on (the first Mondny in September
next, at ione o'clock, aflelnooo, ma which time and
place, all concerned are requested to meet.
Per order,
'SYLVAN Ul WOOD,' '-rop's Clerk.
Burlington, June 30, 1821. ,
Mr. BALLOTU"S
S Universalism Axamined,
' UST received and for sale by JAMES LOR-
A IN'G, No. 2, Cornliill, price 25 ets. Review
of a Lecture S'ermou, delivered in the Second Urii-
versalist Meetitng Hlouse in Boston, Jan. 1820, by
HosA BAs.IouI Pastur, fIom these words-John
III. 3. "Verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a
man be borta again, he cannot see the kingdom of
God." By AhIas BALLOtT.
As above-Andrew's Candid Examinition of the
Moral Tendency of the l)octrine of Universal Sal-
vation, as taught by its advocates. Price 12 ets.
r august It
SEA WATER BATHS,
A'P SOUTH 1B STO.V BRIDGE.
DOUR laths aye' been completed in the chan-
F'nel, where the water is very clear, for ithe
asmeommodation of thie Inhasbitants at the South
lArt of the town and vicinity. Apply at the Toll
se aug 11
COACH FOR HARTFORD.
RE RCURN Coach, with a pair of good Hor-
A -ses will leave hei e on Monday Morning for
the above place; four Passengers can be well ac-
commodated. Inquire at N,. 7, Broad-street.
august It
TO'BE LET,
P-ART of a House in Second-street, consisting
of a parlor, kitchen and one or two Cham-
bers, where there is a good well of water, rainm wa-
t0'r sister, wn-d shed, &c. ; very convenient tor a
,;il .... -i--m.:., i .hriiIle. Inquircof'PETER
lItIJiARTi. r. il.,c p- ise. aug11
HO 1OUSE TO .BE LET.
T O BE LIT, a large genteel Brick Dwelling.
S House, just put in complete repair, not three
minitas walk f,'om State-st ret and all the prin-
cipal Busine s parts of the town. It is also retired,
and possesses evei'y requisite for a genteel family.
Apply at the Palladium-Office. aug iI


CO'V LOST.
r TRAYED from the subscriber on Monday 23d
W. u:t. a red COW, about six years old A suit-
able reward will be given on her being returned to
Jioson, .ingust II, 1821. G. BOND.
Blt lRD1ERS IArJTE D.
OUR or five Gentlemen can be accommo-
dated with Board, at No. 14, Court-street.


aT ANTED immedil y, a young M1an, who*
W can produce thle best recommendations,, to
go into a familyy in New-York. Also, two professed
lCoks want places. Wanted, two Girls to go into
public houses to do cliamberswork. Wanted, a
smart, actirv colored man. to go into a family.
Persons having small tenements to let, can have
them registered gratis in this office, and good ten-
ants provided tIr them. Also. a few Boarde i can
be cecommodated with board on reasonablp-'er''.s.
Boston intelligence Office, No. 4, Cornhill Court.
aug 11 3sp /
MANSION HO U SE,/Jew- York.
WIL M J. /BUNKER
SESPECTFUIILY itfornms the public, that h
1L has taken the large; airy, and elegatit house,
No. 39, BROADI)WAY, eyTodrk, which is
now prepared i-i a superior syle for the reception
of company ; awd where Laoies aid Gentlemen can
be acccommodated with lodgings, either for longer
or shorteriperiods. ."lmilies and Po'sties can be
fiurnished with pr:i1tle parlors, and separate t.-
bles,.f dAesired./ The house will be supplied with
the choicest i1juors, and tlie tablewith every
elicacy tjLat the Naw-Yor'k market antirds,-
Great oDire will be taken that the servanit.s shallte
ul a. sn most unexe.-ptionable cliaraeter ; and every
,2'ort.will be made to render the situation of all
personsI who m-ty ihvor him with tneir custom,
comfortable and agrecoble. epis'ms June 11

rPEW, or pasrt of a Pew, in Rev. Mr. Lrw-.
A ell's C.urch. liniure at the Centinel Count-
ing Room... ug 11
EsseN. ss. At a Court of Probate,
holiden at Ipswich, in and ft'r said contity, on the
brsct 'u'sd,-v in Augutt, A. D. 18."'.
J ONAT'IHA STOi' Y, the 4th, Esti'r adminis-
trator, having presented lot-r allowance his ac-
count of administration of the estate within this
Coinimonweallth. ot'Philippi slurlbut, latejof Wood-
stock, in tie district of llIltuford sad State 6f Ver.
mont, widow, deceased, intestate :-i-Odered, that
the first Tuesday iu September next, teh of the
clock before noon, be assigned as the time tfor cou-
sidering said account, at a Court of hlrobate, then
to be hsolden at I'.swL.ch, in said county ; and that
said s.dministrator give notice to all persons inter-
ested in said estate, by causing an attested copy of
this order to 'be published .three 'weeks siuccssive-
ly in the Columbian Centinel, printed in Boston,
before said time, that they srty be present, and
show cause, it'f sy they have, why said account
should not be allowed.
D. A. WHITE, Judge of Probate.
A true copy of record. ALLestt,
SIATHI'L LORD, .hin. Register.
PJlTi.;'-ER It'2TE D,
ITHER as an active or silent partner, with a
JE capital of rnlm five to ten tllhousand dollars,
in an established all profitable line of business.-
The best reference will be given and required. A
line addressed to A L. H. and left at the Post
Offit:e, will meet immediate attentioft.
aug 4 3spis
.4 UCOl' STRAiJED,
SRHANDED on each lorn .1.G. Any person
j alhall be suitably rewarded who will return
hliu, or give ilnormatuan to MOSIES HI-iCOCK,
Baylstu Ma;rktt. alung 8


THEATRE,
WASHINjGTOOW GARDEN' S.
i.iERiuiA = B=.--b" Y WINSLOW, CHANNING & CO
MR. PERCIVAL'S BENEFIT.
.......... Penang Sticks.
Mr. P. respectfully informs the public, that THITS DAY at 10 o'clock,
ON MONDAY EVENING, Ae. 13, At WINSLOW, CHNNINd & Cox's Office
Will be presented. Kotzebue's celebrated Tragedy of x" "* .S "lL-7 'ieE ',
mPIZ Rli0; 500 PENANG STICKS. a siiperior lot.

OR, THE DEATH OF ROLLA. Old India Wine.
ROLLA. .........- MR. PELBY On TUESDAY next a.t 11 o'cloC4k
ALONZO. ... ------------ .. lR. PERCIVAL AS ABoVE,
EL VIR A, MISS DENNY 3 pipes Old India Madeira WINE, imported i

tween the Py and Farer ship Juno, from Calcutta.
- Master .8slitn I ,.e Wol
Oh Cruel, (Female Ballad Singer) jIr ,nimons Merino WOOl.
Fiddler, - - Mr. -- On TUES1DAY next at 12 o'cljek,
l000<--.- AS ABOVE, .
To conclude with, (for the first time in Boston)thle favorite 10 bales full blooded Merino WOOL.
Farce or
FIRE .lD WA TER; BYJACOB IPEABODY & CO.
OR A CRITICAL HOUR. THIS DAY at 10 o'clock,
FR E T R I C,- .L- HO-- MR. THAYER At JAC6O PPiABODY & Co's Office,
FURBtISH-, ... MISS DEENEY JNo. 12, LHBY-S'TIEE'1,
-- 50 crates EARTHLEN WARFI, just imported
('iTickets 50 cents each, to be had at No. 118, consisting of elg d and ream colored' Plates, Twi
C'irrihill ; Callendet's Library, No. 13, School-st. flers, Muffins aind Dishes; enamelled'a'Id reamen o
and at the Gardens. ored Mugs, Jngs, Bowls, Chami ars, Hand Basons,
T7Curtain rises at 8 o'clock, i'.ecisely. (Cups arid Saucers ; Tea Ware and. black Tea pets,
(' r(K N 'i' A'1 O including 20 crates well assorted, of. superior quali-
CONI'I PLATED ASCENSION. t Ctalogues andd terms at sale.
It. GUILLE has thlie honor t) inform the'In-
lihbitanits ,f this inetropolis, that his Ascen- -y IHi VIT WELih BONI) & CO.
siop will take place in Washliington Garsens. .hue .
best of arrangements will be made for public ac- A e ld.S,
commodation. r TilS DAY st 11 o'clock,
lis Appara:tns ne iessare for an ascension, willAt WHIrWELr.. BOND & Co's Office,
arrive in a fw iays from New York, and the ear- o. V, Kx'ILl '-,'i'/iERT, .
liest day titcr its arrival wi!f be ffied for his Glad '20 eet. kegs Enghsh White Lead, in Oil ; 23
Ascensinn. 1 I cwt. do. do. do. do. do. do.; 3 bales Jalap Root;
(rI'he Public are also infurni9d, tliat the Jxhi- 50 s boxes 7 by 9 Window Glass.
titioai oftha .Ballooa, jid Poa-ehste, wull cdose 5sf- /Als--the allowing Apothecariea' Ware, viz
ter TlIS DAY. tr-,n,.A Al tT,1J,*. 1l. Those 7 1oxes oz. Phials; I do. amisoed du. to 8 oz.
therefore, who have not seen tbhm, will ,vail them- 5 do. Godfrey's Cr.dditil Phials.
selves of this last opportunity of witnessMig so inter- ...At P itvate Sale...
sting a spectacle. 32t z. Mask: ALSO- case black. Sarsnet; I:
All wh havse yeJt been to the Exhibiton, have a do. black and high colored Sewing Silk; whales Do-
dcsite o' witness an Acsension of thie Bialloon. mestic Sheetings atnd Shirtings. bleached and browo;
alugust 11 '

COMPANY ORDERS. BY S, F. COOLIDGE..-
TIIHE Members of the ANCIENT AND HON. Genteel Furnitare.
. ORABLE ARTILLERY COMI'ANY, are Oh TUESDAY next at 9 o'clock;
herehy ordered to meet at their Armory, ever" Unavoidably postponed ofn aceointu,o the rervieW
*sMonday Evesiig,- (exeeptingg the first Monday I on Monday,
evening in Septembese) at 7t o'clock, until the Opposite.Mrs. GiaBss', Olive-strnet~tslount Vernoni
first of October next, for Drill, admission of Mem- A variety of genteel 'FURNITURE, consisting
bears atid other business. Pr Ordler. of Brussels,' Venetian and Kidderminster Carpet-
A. G. WiVNSLOW, Clerk. ings; 2 elegant Straw Carlets, with rich borders;
august 4- islO I DinSiig Set of China, Willow pattern,. 350 'pieces;


HACKNEY COACHES.
rIKllE owners of Hatkney Carriages are hereby
infobimed, that in pursuance of a vote of tie
town, they will be reluiied -to remove their Car-
riages from tt.e streets, from and after the 1st d(lay
of September next.
By order of the Selectmen,
CALEB HA.YWA1RD, Police Officer.;
'"Junte l0 istS











'The. ew Picture,
PAINTED BY COL, HENRY SARGENT,
IS open ibr public view, at. Mr. U. L. Brown'
i room, No. !2, Con'hii!l-souare, adjoining hi
Academy, every day, from 9 in the morning till
in the Evening. Admittance 25 cents.
may 26 episti


-Exhibition of Shelh ocky,
AT' Jo. 73, -~AIRKPT-iSTREFTp.
O NE hundred and fifty thousand SilLLS of
the most elegant Polish and Brillisant colours,
collected from all parts of the World, aui arranged
so as to.show the different Orders of .0clsdtacture,
and facilitate the study of Concholosgy.-in the form
of the BOSTON STATE HO USE,
A Modern DuelliingHouse, antd aTe'.nple surround-
ed mith a variety of Flowers, avd. specimens of
about 100 different kinds of SH ISlLS.
(-'To be opened every day, from 9 A. Mi. till
sunset. Admittance 25 ets.
-. 3'A LAD is wanted to attend the above.
Saugust 4 epi.if
WA VERLEY NO VELS.

ROB ROY
S thia day published by S. H. PARKER, No
12, Cornhill, beir.g Vol. 4th of his superior eji-
tion of the ,Jovela, '"ales and liomances, by the
Author of Waverley-price S51,50 Lto subscribers fort
the whole set, or !,2,00 separate. Subscribers are
requested to call, or send lotr their books.
js As this oditioii is nearly completed, those per-
sons who wish to avail themselves ,of the present/
cheap price, would do well to subscribe, as the/
price will bet advanced when sthe work is finished.
The ssltesiuime.l.t swishihlas been puolishlid, ot'ia set
of Vignetie Title-pages for these volumes, having
received, the decided' approbation of the %subscri-
bers, thr'-y are informed that the plan will proceed
with at much dispiatch as 1o.ssible.
'1l'.- second sertei Tales of my Landlord, co-itain-
ing, '.ite Hearit'i Mlid-Loltss is in .i.reSs.
July 28 is4wv

*' AY)V iDai Lt. 14 rp q A

SBY J011N A. BACON.
Claret Wine.
THIS DAY at o'clock,
At .A o. 40, Lentral-7oharf,
13S cases and 9 casks Bordeaux Claret. V\"li C\S,
of excCllet tqlitslty, and eutitied to debenture.

BY T. K. JONES & CO.
FRIDAY next at II1 o'clock,
At the Long Room, IndUia wharf,
The Cargo of thie ship la, Williams, miastter,
frosm Pul p ciuiang, viz :-S-'28 piculs heavy Pen
p1,r ; '25 bags Stmiatra Coffee, 107" bags Sias,
Sugar, of the jirst quaitty; 6J Hides; 2o pieuls
nliatans. -. ondltions liberal, and will be made
known at tlhe sale.
Purchasers may examinee the above articles two
days preceding tlie sale, by appl) ing at No. 37, In-
di,-wlirf.
BY DAVID FORSAITIH.
On WEDNESDAY next at 9 o'clock,
At DAVID FoRtSAHrr's Office,
NVo. 4, UO-tGIRESS-STA.'.ItiA-T,
Will be sold, without reserve,
A large and valuable assortinent of House FUR-
NITUlRE, well worthy the attention of purchas-
ers. Particutlars hereatter.
On THURSDAY, *23d inst. at 3 o'clock, V. M.
In RHOXBURy-d'TiRET,
N'tar the Store of Childs & Hichiardr,
Will be sold,
12 new handsome CHAIlSEs atnd IIARNESS,
complete toi each, which are warranted g,,oil as to
materials and workmtsansiip. Such man opl."tui, ily
to buy a good Carriage and Harness does not.ten
occur. Lvety Chais,' will then be sold to the high.
'eat bidder. Terms made known at the sale.
4spis JOHN ISAVEYP, .Atctr,


I elegant rLieb gilt fatecy printed Tea Set; .1 superV
London made set of balance Knives and Forks, with
Deserts and Carvers to match, silver'ttpss; l placed
Epergne, silver edge, with rich cut'Glass Dishes;-
1 Liquor Stand; I set Cas ors ; 1 Iplated Tea and
Coffee Set; I Silver do. do. do. ; Silver Table and
Tea Spoons and Somip Ladles i,plated Decanter
Stands ;d o. Fruit Baskets, with gadroon edge ;
rirh 6ut Glass Dishes, Dencaters, Tumblers, Winesi
Jelly) Glasses, Custard Ciups, &ec.;' superb plated
Egg Stand ; I elegant cake paper set of Trays;
Plate Warmner anid Wine Coolers t61 mateil,, with
rich Chinese Figures; 1 patent D )ming Table, 14
feet, made by.Vose St Coates; 1 Pembr-oke Table ;
1 pair Card Tables ;' I elegant 'Grecian Couch ;
Bureaus Secretary I" pair'o lI' i, tet Glass
Ornaments ,; I large Drawvng h-... GI i, I pair
Convex Mirrors; si'veral Chaytder Glasses; ma-
hogany high-post Bedsteads, with rieb cornicea, and
"elegant set Chintz Cirtains ; Cle-irs; Settees;
Sideboard'; Beds andi Bcddingt; TFable Linen, &c.
.'so-a variety of.sefial Kitchen FpRNr'FiURE.
The above has been in use but a short time-a
part of it was selecti d in London, and is very supe-
rior.
Also-some valuable PAINTINGS, among
which are-Origina'ls of St. Jerome, by Currachio "f
Outr Sayiournd .U la)ay, hy Basano ; Moses in the
BulrusTes, by R'ii bens ; 2 Landscape Paintings;
Morning and Evdening, by Viera Lusitano of Rome;
together with a nhimbher of ilid.le BOOKS, Eng-
lish editions, viz: -thume'i 1i ..,, .l'f E.. l d, 13
vols. in quarto, 6'etlly gilt ; SI, e -.[ 3'vols.
wih ludes,. ;.lswe-lt's L." .A., JuhnsjrL;. ,Tom
-,naes, &e. "
The 'utrnitur'e may be seen eThi Day and
:Monday, from 3 to 6, P. -'
At PsFivate.Sale-2 bales very s;iperior Merino'
Wool,' -
On THURSDAY next at 12 o'clock,
A. t the T, LON:'- W1IAR.F,
The fast sailing scle'r MILLER, 146
tons burthen; is in good repair, and can
be put to sea at.a trifling expense ; she
is admiirably u ell calculated for a regu-.
lar packet, having very sap.erior ac-
commodations. T'Ie iuventrn'y may be sceeia i ap-
plicat.in to S. F; COOLIDGE.

BY FRANCIS WILBY.
,Sugar, Tea, Wite, ^'c.
On FRIDAY next at 10 o'clock,
At FRANCIS WILBY'S Office,
A 9, KIL Y.81R'It K I,
500 bags Calcutta Sugar, Baggaand Benares, be-
ing balance of the Unio's cargo; 22 boxes euperi-
or brown Havana Sugar ; 3SO eests Boliea Tea; SO
j casks Colmenar Wine 60 o casks sweet Malaga
do.; 10 libds. Shrub; 7 bbls. ground Gisiger.
Atao--17 bbls. 35bags aand 1 tieree V'IMENTO.
(._'Po; Ashes wanted.

Genteel Furniture.
On TAIURSDAY, 23d inst. at 10 o'clock,
.qt the J use oj DAVID S.AnS, Esq. at the corner
/ of Somerset and Beacon streets,
A. vari-ety of useful and ornamental Household
FURNITURE.
'.The Artiefes may be examined at 9 o'clock oad
'the morning of sale.

BY CHARLES D. COOLIDGE.
.dmiuinistrotor's Sale of Real Estate.
On TUESDAY, 14th August next, at 12 o'clock,
Onsthe PiE.ISUES,
Will be sold at Ptibld Auction,
By order of doiirt, n
The Real Estate of the late Rufus powerr pleas-
antly situated on Sumier and Hancock-streets
consisting of a three story brick Dwelling House,
witl thlie L.ams thcreunto belonging, bounded as
tollows, viz:-South on Summer-street nineteen /
feet; VWest on Hancock-street seventy-five feet;
North on Land nelonging to the Commonwealth,
nineteen feet; atil East oa Land formerly belong.
ing to the late Gov. Hancock seventy-five feet, suor,,e
or less. The whole subjectto a mortgageof ~i70O,
wila interest from Feb. 10, 1816.
T'he conditions made known, and the premises
tsmay be viewed, on application to
-JACOB KUI-IN, .Z t's'.

BY BLAKE & CITNNING1AlNI.
Rooks.
On WEDNESDAY next at 9 o'clcck,
At B.,AKE & CUNIN ,tHAT'S Uitice,
Ao. 5, KI;LBI'-SIiEE'T.,
A general assortinentof BOOKs, arpang the -
Mosticin's Ecclesiasticel llistorv. 6 vols. ; Sau-
r:n's Set ions, 7 vols. ; Life of I 'theriiie I1, 2 vols.;
Family Bible ; Peter Pindar, 4 vuls. ; Cowper's
Ilnmer, 4 vols. ; Analectic Magazine, 10 vilsa.
Phillips' Speeches ; 16 Blackall on Dropay; 6
Faiihorne on the LiverP; 11 Maps of 'he U-ited
States ; llaticfli, oni Colors, 2 vols. ; Maltihus on
PotD.ntioni, *i vols. ; Otton' Exposition,a vols.
Rigely's B~Hdl otf Divinity, 4 vols. ; Faber on the
Propiiccies ; Emporium of Arts andt Sciences, 3
volsa. Lile of Knox ; Ely's Thscologict' Iteview,
2 vols., JPryden's Virgil, 2 vols.; Wakker's 8vo
Dictionary ; Dobson's uEncyelopedin, iith supple-
ment and plates, 21 vols. ; Tableaus de Paris, 12
tones; IHuiter's iograivhy, 5 vols.; Young's
Voyages, :3 vols.; Savary's Letters; Lee's Bota-
ny ; Trumbull's Works, 2 vols.;, lPocket Bibles,
Kenil'x'nith, S2 ,os.; Beauties of Shakspeare ;
Fielding's Dramatic 'orks,'5vols. ; Arrowsmith's
Map of tthe Wrld ; Robinson's Map of Mexico;
Lcois' U. S. nod WV. Indies; 20 copies of Cros-
well's Map of the Starry Heaves, c. /
it 12 o clock, jor the benefit of the Underwrit.
ers-5 cases containing about 15 '0 volumes of-tie
Secret .lourval of Cotgress.
A Catalogue will be publishet- 4ne day beforithe
sa.L-

















THE CAVALIER.
[FIE Cavaliej has bared his blade,
The bugle has rung, and the trumpet hray'dt
f And he's ta'en his leave ol his own lov d maid,
SLike a true and a gallant soldier..
The Banner of war ti. the wind is spread,
The plume waves high o'er each proud head,
Abd the dark earth rings with the charger's treal
That bears the gallant soldier.
The fight's begun, and well-pois'd blade
A thousand heals in the dust has laid,
And the shot is fired, and the prayer is said
O'er the curse of the gallant -soldier.
His maid! she is in the tower on high,
And she hearr the wind in her dark locks sigh,
And she looks abroad, hut cannot descry
Of her brave and gi lant soldier.
Though the shock was loud, she heard it not,
"She thought but of their happy lot,
And she littlesdreamt that the farewell shot
Had been fired o'er her gallant soldier.
High hope's, at morn in the bosoms play 'd
Of the gallantwouth anl his dark ey'd maid,
But, at eve, those hopes in the lust were laid-
A corse was her gallant soldier.
He silent lay in thlie lone cold tomb,
AId a broken heart was his true love's doom.
'Oh [itat maiden's life is a life of gloom,
Whose love is fix'd on a soldier.
Too soon she heard the story told,
And long she wept for the true and bold,
But her e)e is dim, and lier heart is cold-
She sleeps with her gallant soldier.
And sweet, oh! swett is the lover's sleep ;
No more they sigh, no more they weep,
And gentle hearts thie mem'ry keel,
'Of the Taid and her gall-n soldier.

ASSESSORS' OFFICE,
FAN. EIL H.1LL, Boston, 44th ug. 1821
eT HE Assessors of the town of Boston here
give notice to the Inhabitants, and all onh
persons liable to pay taxes in'said Town, that th
will attend at their Office, Faneuil Hall, for fifte
days from the above date, (Lord's days except
and no longer, for the purpose of receiving the Vi
nation otf their Estates, according to Law; and th
are hereby requested t-' bring true and perfect lis
of their Polls, and the just value of their Real a
Personal Estates, including in this descriptic
Proprietary Estates. and Estates in trust, of whi
they were several) possessed on the fi st (lay
May last; in their own right, or the right of othe:
improved. or not improved;
In conformity to an Act of the General Cou:
passed the thirteeith day of February, 1821.
The Assessors of the Town of Boston reque
the Iiabitants of said'Town, to bring in true a
correct lists' of all the articles contained in said A
in order that the said Assessors may be enabled
make their retiuri to the Secretary's Office pers
ant to Law.
And the said Assessors will be in session at the
Office, for thie purpose of receiving such lists, un
the -20th d(ay of the present monthly
The following is the form prescribed by sa
Act, viz:---
Number of polls rateable, sixteen years old a
upwards to twenty-one years.
of polls rateable, tiventy-one years old an
upwards.
of male polls sot rateable, nor supported
the town.
of male polls supported by the town.
of dwelling houses.
of shops within or adjoining to dwellin
houses.
of other shops.
of distil-houses.
-- of sugar-houses.
--- of tan-honses.
of slaughter-houses, and other working
houses.
-- of pot and pearl ash works.
ofwaee-houses.
of ropewalks. ,.
-- of grist-mills.
ot carding-machiaes, with their buildings.
of fulling-mills.
-- of spining-machines going by water, Sitl
their buihlings.
of saw-mills.
of sma!l-arm manufactories, with their buil4
wings.
-- of slittrig-mills.
-- of cotton and woollen factories with their
buildings.
of other mills,
of iron-works and furnaces.
of glass factories.
of'card-fietnries.
of bake-houses.
--- of barns.
-- of all other works, buildings and edifices o0
the value oft'wenty dol ars and upwards.
of superficial feet ofwharf.
of tons of vessels snd small craft of five tons
burthen and upwards, at home or abroad, com-.
puting the same according o the rules estab-ish.
ed by the laws ol'f the United States.
Theamount of every person's whole stock in trade,
go ds, waresand merchandise,;at home or abroad
paid for or not paid for.
The annual amount of commissions arising f.om
factorage. -
The amount of securities of the- United States, of
this State, or anly of the United States, and at
what rate of interest. -
The amount of money on hand, inclutling such as
may be deposited in any bank or with'.any agent,
and exclusive of such ... re-, stock-
holder as such. '' '' o-
The amount of stock, held by the stockholde s in
any bank.
Number of ounces of plate.
-- of shaIres in any toll bridges, or turnpikes
and the value of such shares, with the annual -in-
S"come thereof'
*-- of acres of tillage land, including orchards
tilled.
of bushels of wheat.
of bushelsofrve.
of bushels of oats.
of bushels of Indian corn,
of bushels of Barlev.
of bushels ofpeas alnd beans, raised on the
said tillage land by the year.
of pounds of hops.
of acres of English uiplatd and mowing, in-
eludintg-rch.mrdirg tmowed.
-- of tons of hay, the yearly produce of the
of acres of fiesh meadow.
of tons of hay, thle yearly produce of the
same,
ofacres of salt marsh.
S- of tons of hay, the yearly produce of the
same.
o-- of acres of pasturage, including the orchard-
ing pastured.
-- of cows tlie same will keep, with the after
feed of the whole farm.
'- of barrels of cider which can be made yearly
upon the whole farm.
--- of cow rights.
--- of acies of woodland, exclusive of pasture
Island enclosed.
--- af acres of unimproved lanJ.
-*-- of acres of lanil unimproveable.
-- ot acres of land owned by the town.
of acres owned by other prop,'ietors.
-- ol acres of land used for roads.
ot acres of laiu covered with water.
of horses three'years old and upwards.
-- of oxeu four years old and upwards.
of steers and cows three years old and up-
wards.
of swine of slx months old and upwards.
FRANCIS GREEN, assessorsa
NAT-HAN VVEBB, o the ''Town of
SAA'L M. 'ITHAYERJ. .Boston.

Card Setters Wanted,
flHOSE persons disposed to take Cotton or
SWool CARDS to set, may beturntisledc with
tlien, liy calling at No. 1, Union-street,.over Mes-
Ls. HALL & VWELL. eptf July 11


I1 k!..V TTED.
N N a retail Dry Goods Store, an active LAD,
b_ abottl4 years of are,whose parents live in town.
lire best'-reconimendations will ie required. In-
mire at the Centinel Ccuntiag Room.
July 8 epi.


""'"


vi :--Block Tin Tea P\'ts ; do. 10. Pitchers ; dO
do. Wash Bowls andE tivers; do do. Tumblers;
do. do. q'uart and pint Be..r Pots; do. do. Lamps,
with a general assortment oi Pewter Ware.
N. B.-The above artlicleo are warranted to be
of 'the best materials antl workmanship-alsu,
cheaper than at aniv othel mania e factory.
n-aroh 24 eptt

FRESHCURRA N'TS.
S AMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO. have just
received, 20 casks fresh CURRANTS.
,iug 1 tf
PRI-A-IE A"D'" JIEAD RICE.
R & E. DAVENPORT,
/. Vo.14, CEA'TR.-L-IlFVR.RF,
Have fo," sale, landing from biig Havana It'acket,
151 Tie.ces lR
72 half do. 5 ,
part of which is prime and head Ricd._ augR :
WILLIAM HOV "
AS again taken his old stand, No. 4;,Tremon 'V\
street, ard has fitted it up in a most rIperior
stylefur the accommodation of Boarders. Gen-
tlemen and Ladies who visit Boston will frin([ its
situation more pleasant, and as central] as any in
Boston. Good Stabling will be furnished iort
Horses, and every accommodation that is necessary
to make it agreeable to those that may favor him
with their itistoir,. tf nmay 19
Commionwealthl of .MAassachusetts.
Middlhisex, as. To Samuel Wratherbee, and
others, heir. at law of Anna Page, late of Cam-,
bridge, in the county of Middlesex, widow, de-
ceased, and to all others concerned in tle estate
of saidtldeceased, GRnEta-r..e
SLS ~~,~ H-.REAS a certain instrument, pur-
S.o- V T porting to ie thie last will and testa-
ment of sari deceased, ihas b-en presented for pro-
bate to th. liudgeoi Probateof Wills and! forgrant-
ing letters of administration in and for the said
county of Middlesex, by Sewall Whilte, the execu-
tor therein named,
You are therefore hereby cited to appear before
the sid Jnldge, at a Court of Probate, to he holden
at Cambridge, iin and for said county of Middlesex,
on the last Tuesday of August next, to show cause,'
if any you have, either for or against the same.
And you the above named executor accordingly
are hereby Ordered, to serve this citation, by givi g
personal notice thereof to all persons concerned in
said estate, livl:g within ten miles of the said Conurt
fourt-en (lays at least, previous tlhereto, aind notify.
ing aUl others interested therein, by causing a true
copy hereof, to he inserted three weeks sucecessive- a
ly in the public newspaper called the Columblan ai
Centinel, published in Boston, by Benjamin Rus- i
sell,the last publication to be at least fourteen
days days before the said last Tuesday of August
and to make due return hereof, with your doing 1
therein unto the said Court.
Dated at Cambridge,-thetwenty-third Jay of July. 1
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred <
and twenty-one.
SAM'L P. P. FAY, J. of Probate.


BAKER & HODGES,
TJ sV. S0, INILI-STREET,
J.AVE FOR SALE,
200 casks Claret Wine,. ) ENTITLED
300 baskets, of 12 aid 6 bottles each, TO
Sallad Oil, nmEBENrrunE.
921hhds. Kentucky Tobacco,
33 bales New-Orleans Cotton,
9 pipes Lishbon Winc,
200 casks Cut Nails, from 3d to40td,
4 bales striped Seersuckers, adapted to the Span-
ish market,
40 chests Chinese Vermilion,
3 cases Oil of Annis,
1 case Oil of Orange, Orange Buds, Sealing
Wax, Tutenag. &c. &c. nug 4
FOR SaLE,
B Y T. HASKINS, at his Distillery, Rainsford's-
lane-a general assortment of Cordials of su-
perior quality ; Lemon Shrub, or Essence of Punch,
prepared from the best materials ; Rectified Spirit;
Cherry Ibum; and 5000 gallons Cider Vinegar.

SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
H AVE for sale, just received-20 casks superior
Tallow ; 80 small casks fresh Currants,
15 quarter casks LolminarZ WINE,
5 do. do. Lisbon 5 vEn surxEaon.
JILSO I/" STORE,
500 boxes Soap ; 100 handsome Marble Slabs,
and a few kegs Vernnillion. epistf aug 4
NATHAN ADAMS,
S F'FERS FOR SALE,
It rhis Slore in Charlestouin-square,
1000 first quality Brazil Hides, suitable for Sole
Leather,
100 do.- do. do. do. do. for upper do.
4000 Madrirass,
9010 Calcutta, -GO.IT S'KIJVS,
100)0 Mggadore,
1000 sides of Soie Leather,
200 Sheep Skins, superior: quality,
2000 Knapsacks, made from Horse Hides, suitable
S for covering Tirunks,
200 Calf 'Slius, from Tan ; also 75 curried.
June 30 Smll
GEO. L. DEBLOIS & CO.
JVo.. 39, INJ)L.STREET,
Agents for John Shiarp- & Co. of Birninghram, England,
SAE now open at their office, t four cases con-
Jtariniag patterns of ever description nf Mus-
kets, Fowling Pieces, Pistols, arid extra Locks,
which tIh,' y will be happy U. show the dealers in
those articles, and to receive orders for the same,
which will be most faithfully executed by Messrs.
JoHu SunrAlE t Co. and warranted in every re-
spect equal to the sample, and on liberal terms.
June S S3m
HE MP.
JOSIAH BRADLEE & CO.
| N ,yo. 29, INV.DIJ-S''lIEET,
[J AVE for sale-28 tons of St. Petersburghs
clean Hemp, oda very superior quality.
'July 11 epislnm'
C.JAMWOOD.
QAM'L PARKMAN Jr. & CO. have for sale
S 250 bbs. Canwolod,
.Also.just landed, 60 qr. casks Malaga Wiae,
superior quality, and a few thousand Mogadore'
Goat Skins. eptf July 18

JAMES CARTER,.
S" or 17, jIADIA-WWHA2RF,
I AS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
SEnglish IRON, flat,square,and round; with
NAILS, RODS,11-OOPS, and PLATES. ofevery
description and size-real (L) blistered STEEL..
Jilso, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 etl.
R UM A.tNID FLAX.
I & E. DAVEN PORT, No. 14, Central-whf.
e. have for sale-17 hhids. W. Rumin; 34
hhds. Flax. aug 1

R UM, WFINVE, S c.
fPUNC'P HEONS West India Rum; 21 casks
40i< Claret Wine ; 26 cases do. do.; 51 baskets
Sweet Oil; 10 hhds. Molasaes-now landing from
brig Victory and schr. Ruby, for sale by MUs-
SO1N & BARNARD, No. 17 Central-wharf.
iug 1

SCARPE TINGS..
'fJ RUSSELLS,Venitian and Kidder minster Car-
4 pol i-e-. just o-eied and for sale, at No. 12J,
K;hi.,- -, ,.,i, by ISAAC SCHOLI'lELD. -
S .lfu) tf .
flalian Scwtin r Silk.
. fl Ei ur '.: i t.er h;.- i..r o'e, 2 ec -c. be.t Ital-
_ian Sewing Silk ; I case Florentione : 1 case
git Buttons, Ribbons. &c. &c. which will be sold
Eow'ior cash. Chambers 56Cornhill.
ma 5 .eptf BENJAMIN DOW.

G. RICHARDSON,
H AS constantly on hand at his Manufactory
smNo. .'7, Newbury-street, Boston, a large as.
sortment of.Block Tin Ware,


HAS just received,Ladies
l ashionable I'ni-tolse Shel
S COMBS,ofall descriptions
and a great variety of faiey
articles .. iso, Ladies' an,
41s~ S Gentlmen's WisAerizetts
S Bands, Bunches, Braids,kc
all of the newest fashion.
A lso, a general assortinen
of French and English Per
i .. ,r among which is on6e case of Colonge. Wa
tr, of the first qualitV ; 1 do. Lavender Water
do. 1 do. superior Naples Shaving Soap, very old
arid of a superior quality.
All kinds of FANCY HAIR WORK, manufac
tured at the shortest notice. 6w July 21
NOTICE.
M RS. S. RICHARDS begs leave to inform he:
friends and the public, that she has taken hir
old stand in Milk-street, opposite Federal-street
where she will carry on the HABIT and DRESS
MAKING in all its various hbraches, and most
.modern style. She likewise wishes to express her
4(ratitude to those Ladies who have favored her
"with their patntonage, and also pledges herself to
pay that strict attention that will mrerit'the contain.
ounce of the same favors.
N. B.-Vantediimmediately, a num ber of young
Ladies, as apprentices to the above business. Good
recommendations will be required. 6w July 7

STOCK FOR SALE AT COST.
VALENTINEO. B. BROWN & CO. being
about to make different arrangements in their
line ofbasiness, respectfully invite their Customers
and the, Public to call at No. 60. Cornhill, where
they will sell their stock at cost, which has been
purchased at autioti an:i elsewhere, at the lowest
market prict s, comprising as extensive an assort-
ment as is to be found iii towniviz :-black and
blue Broadcloths, various qualities ; Cassimeres of
,every quality and color; Satinets; Cassimere
Shawls; plain Bombuzetts, black and colored;
Woolenetts ; figured aBombazetts, assorted colors;
spotted Flannels ; Cassimera HdIkfs. imitation of
merino; Bomnbazrens ; Merino Shawls; 4*4 andt
7-8 Irish Linens; Linen Sheetings; cotton andi li-
nen Table Cloths; Linen Damask; English and
Russia Drills; Brown Hollands; Dowlas and Rus-
sia Sheetings and Diapers ; power-loom Shirtings
and Sheetings ; light and dark Calic ,es, 4.4 and
9-8 Fancy Prints ; Furniture Patches Jeans.
plain and striped ; 4-4 and 6-4 Cftton -atbrics ;
Cambric Muslins; Imitation India and Mll do.;
Linen Cambrics ; English Ginghams, list and
dark ; blue and yellow Nankins Nankin and
Canton Crapes black and assorted colors; 9.4
Nankin Crape Shawls; English, French ana In-
dia Florentines, figured and plain ; Marseilles
Quilting ; Gircassian, Toilinet and Valencia Vest-
ings ; Satteen Jeans; Tabby Velvetsa; Cotton Fl g
lldkfs. ; Hosiery and Gloves ; Silk and Ginghasi
Umbrellas ; Suspenders ; coronation and plaism
Buttons ; bleached and unbleached Americant
Sheetings and Shirtings; Bed Tickings ; Ilannel ;
Seersuckers; Leghoro Boinets, Chip Flats, &c.
&e. Also, 300 reaormadce Silk Vests ; 300 pair
Linen Pantaloons; 400 pair Shoes.
eplsn July 18
NEW FANCY SHOP,
For China, Earthen Ware, Ulass anid
Cutlery.
,.1FRANCIS WILBY, b-gs leave to inform -his
Friends and the Public, that he-has'opene' a
Slopi No. 5, Marlboro' Row, under the direction
of Mr.lUAllit:s BanRETL, for the sale of CHIINA
AND EAST.HEN WARE, from the Manufactory
pfMessrs. J Spthn Williasnim IHidgway. *
T The Goods 'flom this hou, stand high ins pint
of quality, andi ar'\got upirli#., best taste ; their
'.'il,. ,,i .1 l, inn.-s ae sadisirab.y executed,
rh thi._, ,- I
F. I.'-haI.i'just receive., an exteo.sive assortment
i.fl. i.., i,,',. l':".,: C:licne. Enamelled, alCd Gold
luI rin l..,. I i,..,,.. I. ,sei-t, Tld '"ea andl Coffee
5. r-.. ; ..hi, ..- *ulI Toilet O-namelits; *Vases;
Ink Stands; Scent aud Flower Jars, arsd Flower
Pots, and every .dcscripih(n of Ridgwia's superior
Earthen Ware.
Patterns of Dining, Desertiin\and Tea Services,
costing from ten to three iiundi'Ad guineas, from
which sets, or parts of sets to suit pur'basers, can be
ordered, are now opening. Chiti antd tass will be
ordered to any pattern thaint may be wante- '.
A good assortment of plain and .cut Glass'Ware,
and thie best of Sheffield Cutlery will be kept. -.
It is intended that the prices shall be unifom'n,
and without abatement, so a'tt ainsi.-iesm ayet sr
.itl" confidence oft being served on the best terms.-
Should any article prove defective, or of inferior'
quality, it will be exchanged.
Ass rted crates for country trade, for cash or un-
J.].i..i, !* ..Pper only.
I1. \I 11"., 1s now opening, Ivory, Buck- and
Bone handle Knives andi Forks ; Dessert Knives;
Carvers antid, Steels; an extensive variety (uf Pen-
knives and S.issors ; Tutania '! ca Pols, nid Coffee
;,,;, ; '."I -'.'l.. ioons; Japairined Teea;,
I.'-.iad, I i ;.. -,.i ti i ....,. l'rays, and Ber shal s of
Sen iits-'. ]. l- .., e' .l i I 1, ", assortment ost Creamn
_, ..j r.., rlim.- P.I..I..,1 n ...-.i Gl-ass W acres. ll/so,
6r V ,ter. ,1;. ... ep-2m June 13

Fresh Goods for Cash.
HALL J. HOW & CO.
.,AC. 13, KILBY.STREET,
., ? AVijulst received a large and general assoit.
nent of Freshlimpoiled ELUI1OPEAN and IN.
)1A PEICE GOODS.
.diso. on humid-A complete assortment of Amer-
can Ginghams, Stripes, Checks, Bedtickings,
3'own and Bleached Shirtings and hueetings, Sat-
incts Cassinilres, Broadcluths, Flannels, Yarns,
heada, kc. &e. which are offered low for cash.
spril 21 l2aw8w
IVA1TD TF.D,7
PAVING STONES, &c.
gHE corporation of this city will give from this
I day to the first day of May. 822, two dollars
nd filty cents per ton for good round paving stones,
nl 75 cents pier ton for paving sand, and receive
le salm ffronnm the decks of the vessels importing
he same Into this port. They will also give 12 1-z.
cents pel running foot for20,000 feet at curb, and
0,000 flet. of gutter stones. The curb stones
rust be not less than 3 feet long, 12 inches deiep'
il 4 inches thick; gutter stones not less than two
et long, ItI inches ivide, and 3 inches thick.
J. ROFFIGNAC, Mayo#,.
New-eOrleane, .pril, 18U1. ep6m


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Rlich Cashmere Shawl, fine India
`.:fuslin Dresses, Uc.
OHN V.'. SHIAW, No, 74, Market-street,
southh side) offers for sale-one rich Cash-
mere Shawl, price S50 elegant figured India
Muslin Dresses ; plain do. ; Merino Shawls: and
IHdkfs.-with a general assortment of Seasonable
Goods. tf July 28

SA TIN" RIBBONS, .A.NANIN
.AjND C.JV TON CREPES. ,
B ENJAMIN SWEITSER hass just received
an invoice of Satin RIBBONS, Nankin and
Canton CRAPES, 8-4 Mqrino SHAWLS, and
4-4 HANDKFS. which he offers for sale at.No.
29, Court-street, on the lowest terms for cash.
...Jdlso, on hand...
Imitation India and other British and American
Muslins, Shirtings,
Thread Edgings, Cotton and Th ead Hose,.
Cambrics and Ginghams, Leghorn Bonnets,
Dimities and Calicoes, Parasols,
'ra,; ui,. P itches, White Counterpanes,
Sik If-,.,- -.hI j Hose, Cotton Comforters,
Silkcand K.] Gloves, Broadclothl,
U.a.urn.-n-re, Silk and Satinets, Ste.
' C'r.'C Slhwls, 6w July 14
1 RE.MO VAL.
I-IEORGE A. EAMES wouldinformbisfrieinds
ILI and the public, that he'has removed fron'No.
1, Boylston-sqtuare to No. 4, Exchange-street,
where he has tor sal, a generalassortment-of Plan-
ished Japan and plaiu /
Tin Ware, Hard Ware,
Hollow Ware, e Tin Plates,
Sheet Iron, Iron Wire, .
'Mill Gutgeons, I Cart Boxes, .
Window Weights, Factory Machines.
Winter and Summer strained OIL, first quality,
in Cannisters from 1 to 1i gallons each ;' Lamps
and Lamp Glasses, Wicks, Ke. tec. July I2"
Variety and Ornamental 1ai-r Store.
LUKIE RICHARDSON,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN ROSE,
Opposite the Old South Meeting-touse, Boston,-'


Wrifford's Treatise on Penmanship.
1 INCOLN be EDMANDS, No. 53, Cornhill,
S have recently published.
Mr. Wrifford's Treatise on Chirogra-
phy, or Systemized Penmanship, containing a sys-
tematic mode of Ii struction how to proceed in
the course, and how to draw and write evch princi-
ple and letter pertaining to Copy Hand, Capitals,
Figures, and Current Hand, accompanied by a com-
plete set of Copperplate Copies, and recommended
by eminent instructors throughout the United
States. Mr. Wrifford's peculiar and happy talent
at instruction is well known by a long course of sue-
cessful practice in the principal cities in the United
States, particularly in the Art of Writing; and the
publishers look for a liberal patronage of this work
of supeiorn merit. If any work may be denomina-
ted the self taught Penman, this is undoubtedly en-
titled to the appellation; and so long as the superi-
ority of system and method over vague and random
practice shall be admitted, this borg must merit at-
tention. Price Sl. aug 4
FOREIGN BOOKS.
A CHOICE addition has. just been made to the.
extensive assortment of French, bpanish,
Italian and other foreign BOOKS, at BIN GHAM
& CO's Bookstore, No. 45, Cornhill. The best
Authors in the above Languages may always be
foburiJ t this Store, with a very great variety of
Dictionaries, Grammtiars, and other School Books.
Amongst the late additions, are the elegant
Collection des Meiileurs ouvrages de la Langue
Franchise, 58 vols. 8vo.
Oeuvres de Rollin. 30 vols.,8vo.
Bottas Stria delta Guerra dell'Independenza, 4
vols. 8 vo.
Os Lusiadas de Camoens,
Tesoro del Parrtasso Espanol. 4 vols. 18 mo.
Oeuvres de Pothier, -.3 vols. 8vo.
"lstime Lettere di .lacopo OrLis, 1 2 mko.
Oilando Furioso, 8 vol. 18 mo.
The Bible in Freich, and the New Testament
in Fren-ch, Spauish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch,
Danish, Swedish, Manks, &c ec.
j Orders for Foreign lb6oks from Europe are
solici et, and will be despatched in a few days.
July 11 6w
LO W'S ENCYCEOP(EDI.
V,1HrjSE subscribers, or others in possession of
.j this work. who may be in want of any num-
bers, or iipelfectionra and plates, and wish to have
them completed, are informed that am agent is in
torn 'from N ew-York, who will attend to the or-
ders of any who may'-please to leave them with Mr.
J OdN LOUI ON, Tailor, Brattle-square, Boston.
ed to.
(j.9Letters addressed as above, will be attend-
ed to. Those in arrears, are requested to make
payment. epim July 14

NO TICE.
AlMOS B. PARKER,'Bookseller and Stationer,
respectfully informs his friends and the pub-
lic, that his effects having, been chiefly preserved
from the late destructive fire in Union-street,he has
resumed business at No. 48, Ann-street, where all
favors will be acknowledged with gratitude. He
:ias this day public h-hed and for sale, as above,CON-
STANTIUS and PULCI4ERA, or Virtue Re-
wearded. Schools supplied with Books on the
mirost rea onable terms. '
(LJBook Binding done at short notice.
S oston, July 21. ep2n

Mrs. Hastinfg and Miss Merritt.
H AVE taken the front-Chamber ia Mr. Fessen-
den's house, over the book-store, fronting on
Curnrhill, at. the corhier of Water-street-entrancee
in Water-street. Ladslks Dresses ceit and made of
every des crptipn, with peculiar neatness ; a re-
tired room to fit their dresses. Clergymen's
Gowns made. Ladies from tlie country are invited
to call.
Tailorir'g by Miss MEnnRTT.-Gettlemen's
coats, pantaloons, vests, &c. cut and made.
N. B. 4 Apprentices at Tailoring, and 3 at Man-
taumaking are wanted ; none need apply who
cannot bring good recommendatioes.-
July 25 ep6w

Academy for Young Ladies.
IN CHARLESTOWN, (Mass.)
MISS TUTTLES & MISS SMITH,
JROI'OSE to commence a School for Young
P Ladies and Misses. in Charlestown, on the
first Monday of April next.
TERMS PER QUARTETt,
Reading, Writing, Spelling, Geography, and
plain Sewing 584
English Grammar, Arithmetic, aid Compo-
sition, 6


SL Al Mi R iESI AbLizhlaMENT.
Old Line of Mail Stages, from Boston to
.Montreal,
EAVES Boston on Mondays. Wednesday,
.i and Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestown same evning. 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.
RETURWIJNG-Leaves Burlington at 4
o'clock, A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
urdays, and arrives at Royalton same evening.-
Leaves Royalton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestown same evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives in Boston at
4 o'clock, P. M.
Towans through which it passes from Boston: .
Charlestown, Medford, Woburn, Billerica,':
Chelnsford, Tygsbbotougl, Dunatable, Amherst,
Mount Veroon, Franccstown,Hillsborough, Wash-
ington, Goshen, Newport, Claremont, Cornish,
Windsor, (Vt.) Hartland, leodstock, Barnard,
Royalton, andolph, .Broo 'eld, 'Williamstown,
Montpelier, Waterburty, Bolton, Williston to Bur-i
lington, then by Steamboat for Montreal.
Each passenger allowed thirty pounds baggage
gratis. -iOne hundred and twenty pounds equal to
a passenger. Thie Propr'etors will-not be account-
able foir any baggagee unless receipted tor.
. Stage Bocks kept at RILEY'S, No. 14, Back-
street, Boston, and at JOHN HQOWAiDS, B1ur-
lington
BU'MAN ?& RICHARDSON, f.
ASA BUTTER-FIELD, ( este om
DJEAN ALDS, Windsor.
EDMUND LAWRENCE, sor.
F. & J. PETTIS, -Prop's fi'm
ROBERT BARKER, oWindso" to
HARRHIS EATSON. Burlinton
JAMES WHITCOMB, gt
July 25 eptf


Fire Engine Manufactory,
LATE PERKINS & BACON'S.
T HE subscribers beg leave to inform the public,
that they have purchased t[ie Stock and .Pat-.
eit Rifght of Perkins & Bacon, for carrying on
the above business, and have taken tlie stand hirre-
totore occupied by them, back of St. James'
Church, North Seventh-street, where they will
be happy to receive aid execute orders for any
Machinery ih their line, and. pledge themselves
that it shlall be executed from the chest of materials,
and, in a workman-like manner-they hiive also
cosme to a determination in consequence of the
fall ofMaterials. to reduce the prices, and will
build Domestic Engines, with metal plnnges and
Boxes, for watering Gardens, washing .Windows,
&cf. and which will force thlie water, by the power
of one man, 80 feet, on two wheels, to play through
hose pipe, for 42
Or to play through a goose-neck, 47
Large sized do. fir factories aud 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, for 2
First class do. throwing larger stream,hold-
ing more water, annd requiring ten men, 252
Engines to exceed those of th,. doublle cham-
ber (usually termied first class) in power and
effect,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, 504
Th'e largest sized Engines yet in use, will
discharge upwards of a ton of water per min-
ute, aiid project it more than one hundred and
ninety feet, through a iosel nearly an inch, 950
DOUBLE CHAMBER ENGINES ofthe2d
1st, and extra chss, warranted equal in every res-
pect to those made at any-otheir manufactory, at
600 dollars, 850 dollars, and 1050 dollars-5<1 dol-
a rs additional being changed when made to 'play
two streams.
Engines cn' the old English construction repair-
ed and improved so as to play further and easier
than '. ,ii nrnew.
supplyy Pumps, to force water through hose into
engines, with Levers on anew construction, woek-
ed with ease by two men. .
Progressive Lever Seal Presses; for Notaries altd
Public Offices. S. V. MERRICK & CO.
Philadelphia, June 9 ep8w


ISCLUDINGo THE ABOVE, ( AD VERTISEMEXT. Centt..rI ..r.tln,.. m, uy *
History, Rhetoric, And Drawing NMaps, 8 I7HEN a cure for one dollar, or at most for) TO 1L LEF
Logic, Chemistry, the Latin and French I an- 1 two dollars, can be obtained for a cough. A FULLING Mill, D e Hoase, nd Finishing-
guages,- 10 cold, asthma, difficulty of breathing, tightness ni I Shop, with the ustial Machinery-for dressing
Reference may may be hads to the chest, wheezirig, )pain in the side, spiting (t' cl.eih, all in good repair, and immedia-e poaeiseion
STrYEvEr HAYWARin, Esq. Charlestoeon, blood, a strained stomach, &c. must it not be a given, situated in the town of Aeton, in tile county
or Dr. ABNEs PFi.ELs, ostonu. matter of surprise that we see the obituary daily of Middlesex. For further intormatiSn,inquiree o"
Aipiicantio for.adistisi into the School, may 'swelled with deaths occasioned principally by FRANCIS FAULKNER, Esq. of-Billeribca, Q?
he tpp1ith fr aie n of sieon to te oGentlm e colds? O't ant vera e, at least (y One hundred of the subscriber, near the premises.
be l with either o f the above named Get andffty thousandperstss die apnually of consump- MARY FAULKNER.
harch te tion, originating principally from taking cold, Acton, .htlg26, 1821.
To the Honorable the senate and the commencing with cough, then difficulty of breath.- O BE LE,
SHouse of representatives of thie tommonwealthl ing ad pente n e side, aumto lensue an ethe- OUSE No. 8, Winter-street, lately occupied by
of` assacihusn tts, h i Ge-e-al Court assem bled. co ni affe cted, coreumption ensues, and death nO e t o. ,We ter. -I quree at to upiedGa t -
iofLE 'arehusidet a, i retoral Court assembled. u os lthe scene. Alas!,too often does prejudice, -1 Doet. Webster. Inqure at t GazetteJu
ike Crorio n bealofsaid poa- by listngto some and adopting the opinion of Comptig Room, Jly28
S pike Ctporationrevail ; thereby preventing a trial of such TO ME LET,
tim., respectfully represent, that an act of the Leg- e p' sh effor-ree' under-the ea t trialLo situatf in T ane-stree. t
ioluatore of this Consmonrvwealth, passed the-four- medicine as might efflorl-relief, under'the ides AsTABLE situated in Onange-street. suitablr
Stet 'nth Jay of February last, by. which the Cover- that n relief rs be obtaine l.- Sarce a icaose oc- for a Livery Stable, andtbfrmerlyoccupied'for
noro was authorized to nominate and appoint on the curbut ay be relieved by e tm y application of that purpose.
application of the Audever ani Medford Turupke Dr. Relfe's Asthlmatic Pills. Also, a Blacksmith Shop-rent reasonable. In,
Corpuiation, or the Essex Turnpike Corporation, As a proof of which, the following interesting quire at No. 21, Orange-street. ,tt
three C'onmmissioners who were to have thie same cures are submitted to public perusal:
powers imid pncrormr the same dutiesms were pine- nMr. Stetson, of Ilanover was 9 years afflicted R TO .B"E LE,'' OR LEAtSED.
scribed ft.r the Conmissiouers in an at passed tile with violent pain in his right breast, attended at BRICK House in Myrtle-street No. 46i, n-
t7thl Feb'. A. D. 1807, is greatly injurious to the times witegreat difficulty ot breathing, and wholy sisthg of Parlour and Ktehen and six Clanm-
rights and" interest of said Corporasonm. That it incapable of attending business; after having tried bers ; together with Yard, Pump a good Cellar and
passed without notice to, or the consent of said in vain allother medicine, was cured, and hishetalth other convenriences, and may be entered upon
Corporation and that the acts aforesad impair the perfectly restored by2 boxes otse pills, immediately. Rent a. Apply oi the premises,
rigiits vested iti said Corporation by the Laws of this ln,i elderly 1ady, her daughter and grand-daugh- or to JOHN CUSHl NG, No. 4, Garden-stri et.
Coniunonwealtb. ter, of Boston, were each dreadfully afflicted with July 28
I hey theretos e pray thatsaid acts may be repealed. asthma and difficulty of breathing, were all of them P IAI TEP WANTED.
GEO. S. JOIION NOT-, Pesident cured and restored to perfect health by 7 boxes. ANTED a P inter, one ho understands
SAM. EINDICOTT, Iet ttdge-- of Salem, had been many years se'- aTANTED a Painter, one vho undersotads
JOHN Ot;GOOD, Di ectors vr-el afflicted with a violent cough and difficulty -1 T painting and ornamenting chairs, both plain
NATHAN ROBINSON, D of breathing, was curtd by 2 boxe. ; his sleep was ndven.;Forsurthan oneparticulardy empoymnure t withe
Salem, Alay 25, 821. restored on thie second night, which had been bro- be given. Found rtheng Roo ticulars in. aug 4
ken for many years. Cntn Co oo aug 4
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. .4 lady of Boston. turned of 60, was seve-ely af- E. PLOY.FE.,~T VTWA TE.DS
n b'ENATE, ,JuNE; 6, 1821. flicted with a violent cougi, pain hi the side, at i YOUNG Man, who bas a partial knoweldge of
On the petition athiresaid, Ordered, That the times spitting of blnod, could not lie down in her Book-keeping, and writes a fai; hand. is desa-
Petitioners cause an atte4sted copy of their Petition bed for 4 years, could not sleep but at short inter- rousnof a situation ws Clerk in a Store or Buhtmng
:ewith this Ordet thereon, tstbe served oh the Anlo- vals, was restored to perfect health mn taking 3 House; or would engage tkiperforra aSay kind of
e,: and Medftb'rd'I urnpiku Corporation, uin pub- boxes. writing or a enable compesaton. Good re-
lishis6 the salie three weeke, in two n 1s'lpapers These Pills give instant ease in all coughs, colds, coInendations can be given. A line to M.P. rtsy
rinited ,n B .strom, the sersv' and l:t ...tiL. asthma, difficulty of breathing. wheezig, tight- be left at tIeCenminel CiountinigRoum. aug
tion to be hi t' days at least,, before tihe first '-,ess of the chest, strained stomach, consumption,
'Vedniesdav ... tih. next Sessioni of t he present paIr in the side, spitting of blood, chillness and W. 'TED 'TO HIRE
General Court, LAat all pursonsintt'eested, may shivers, the forerunner of malignant fevers, &c.: l'VWO Journeymen Bakers. Good recoin5mn-
th en e s ew cause, ifr ay they have, common s are remove in a few hours-the aged L nations will be required. Apply at the Cti-
wmii te prayer of said petition slh,,uld *t be grant- will experienc!eeliet equally agreeable and instaln- nei Counting Roem. nug 4
ed Sent down ts- c-u" crremce, s '. taneous,evcn wl hehi4 y luins are affecte.-- 'jsc W.AlTE
JOHIN Pl 7LLIPS, PreWident. for 11Dr. Relfe's Astat Pils"-One box Pon- FAITHFUL young mai,efrom 16 to 18 years
In the House of Representves, June 6, 181. taking 12pills,frequent a cure. ol, to attend a I. Goods and Grocery
Read and concurred' 'ent unosition the outside incd wrapper is Store. Oe from the Countra W. will be pr ocer--
JOSIAH QUINL'y, Speaker. signed '. W. T CoswA,"-O' ",e this as yo Good recommendations will be required. Applyat
A true copy; Attest, value health. Prepared and sohl wh'let by e the Centinel Counting Room. Ju28
S. F'- McCLEARY, Clerk o/ the .'erlate. sole proprietor, W. T. Coniway, ChicmiS" N. 24
---- Franiklin-place, the late resilience of D o1- u ..r. S"''TED1 .
SV the subscribers !having been h j-- Stoughton, loston, and retailed by special ai t"- YOUNG MAN, about seveiteen r eighteen
Yt pet, ieum byllAt. m l. .lon. a"u Pc. > ri r y--' varsofage, as ar Apprentice in a wholesalei
Pointed by the IHon. unuel P. P. ay, E. MU L P T d retail English Goods Stor"e-ne trom thecou-
Juc fthe Conl t of Probate, in andi for theecounty ui be prefered-iood rteonemendatiuon ol
of Miiil 'sex,toreceive and examine the claims of Dr Vot. at th[e a g of St. Luke's Head, No. 56, u-nl.wc -acter will be required. Indiuire at the
.A s.b ii.h e.f i c t er.. .W i ll b ea.q u i r e d .It rrs e a t t h e
the creditors of the estateof Willhil Leathe, of Wa- Hanover-street -ton Also by Oliver Shed, I i C ig Room July 8
tertown, no said county, blacksminh, deceased, in- near the mill, Roxbur-v;. I, hiDle, Cushlng &.
estate, r'prelnesend insolvent; do hereby give no- Appleton, Scni -e Baker Laason, Bev"i _- W A NID VG.
tice,thatsix monthsfrom tl date hereoi',are allowed pe, Anhdrews, Newburyport; Adams Hubbim,~ & GENTLEMAN"rm Lady can be acconmo-
to said creditors to bring i and prove their claims ; Co. Portsmouthl ; tHunt t Sof, Clart, s s, tnn -, dIated with Board,\wito a sepal-ate Palor it
uand that we shall nttend that service on the last Northampton ; Scammion, Goodale, SIco Phelps, required, or two or threesiu.gle 'entlenen. Ti-
ITuesday of July next, and tbe last Tuesdays ofthe Gloucester ; Aery, lnyioutlh Robinson X\ or- quire at M. DUN'S, Hanciefk-street. July 21
four following months, at the house of Luke Robin- center ; Wallace & Spaulding, Amherst; 'eit- DESK '
son, h suaid sert;own, from 5 to 8 o'clock, P. M. ney, J. H. Mason, Provie"n.ce ; Green, Ne." ,A NTED a good second& hand Countiag
on each ofsa Ras s. London ; Dyer & Hovee, inlnam ; Nichols, oo Desk. A ly-at the Ccnti,.l Count-
JOHN HUNT'L R INEY, Co,n'r. Brigeport;' renoughg, bury; Williams,Cam"- ,.,o, m. 3u ly 2t
JOHN -hUNT ING, r. 'idepirt Kid(kdr, Charlestown-AndI most inrg n. I
Wartertown, June 1st, 1821. Druggists, Booksellera and Potnmsters throughout mg r ,B1AN CENTI.Nl-
the United States; where may be had a'l those .UMBIAN C. .,JNl--
H SE TON'E CUL1TIJVG. justly esteemed and hrighl approved ," Medicines CO -cantile....aniid lisellaneous.
r I HE 3Uricklayers and othlersconcerned in build- prepared by W. T. Conway, Price 61, or six P ,ticca ..... -c. da sr a' Saturdayssoy
IIug, are respectfully informed, that thie sub- boxes for i S-. .ly 24 Pulisr ublisher of the Lw
scriber has commenced the above businessin Canm- --. y2 Publishedon Wet ,ubliher ot the Lw
bridge street, whelic he will supply those who, lBOY WA TEID. BENJAMIN RUSSELL, 0 the State,and
will favour him with their custom at the lowest ~'TANTED, ina smalndl inmily, an active Buy, of the United St..t, i-'rst q.treet,.-
priaes. I JOHN TEMPLETON. V todotheusual work. The best recomneu- tates, Printer
N. B. Also, Grave Stones of all kinds. nations will be required respecting his habits.- Proprietor, at his O laer, Con
tf march 7 Inquire at the Ccutinel Counting RIoom. July 28 THOMAS HUDSON, printer.


Public Jucdion.
rTf be sold at Auction, on THURSDAY, S0tb
August, that undivided portion of the Estate,
lately owned by Samuel Swift, of RoxaWry, which
v as set off by law to the estate of the late Zabdiel
Adams. Sale on the premises at 4 o'clock, P. 1M.
July 28 JOlN SEAVER, Auct'ri'
Leman's new invested Trusses
A RE lade and sold by him, at the corner ofAd-
airs and Milk-streets, Boston. The construe-'
tion ot these Trusses, are such, the patient can
lengthen or shorten heom, raise or lower the pad,
to bring tlIe pressure where lie may want it. They
likewise can be adjusted to suit for the right or left
side, (advantages which no other' russes iave, nrow
in use.) These Trusses are pronounced by many
of the most enminent Physicians of Boston, to be the
best thi.g of tlie kind ever offered the'pbblio. They
ire sold hy appointment by J. P. hihivwel, at the
Boston Infirmary, corner oft Battery March anti
Milk-streets, and by Gideon B. Blasland, No. 78,
Broad-street, and at no other place in Boston..
Orders bor Trusses, directed to either of the above
mentioned places will meet with immediate atten-
tion. Price 7 dollars. 6fim "July 28

Notice to W. R."
THE person who advertised for employment in
the Centinel of the 14t'h, it. and directed let-
ters to be addressed to W. R." is requested to,
call at the Centinel Cbunting Room. aug4
JtEJXi0VA L.-
R. WEBSTER, his removed from Winter-
street, to the house lately occupied by. I.
Lee, Esb. Common-street. 3tis3tos Juloy 1
.NOTV''1E.
R. JOSEPH 0. OSGOOD has taken a.room,
j .No. 31, Ann-street. ang 4
NOTICE.
A NY person duly sutlhorized may'receive tbe'ef-
A featsof JOHN COTTON, late of Poland,.
Maine, 2d officer of ship Perfect, of Boston, who
died at Liverpool, in June last, by applying to LOT
,WHEELWRIGHT & SON, No. 55, Long-wharf.
aug4
Gold Watch Lost--$O Rewavwal.
L EFT in the Privy,in rear P. Brigham's Livery
j Stable,Common-street,a Gold Lepioe Watch,
made -by Godieman, No. 7090, with a Cornelian
Seal suspended by a greenRibbon.-Thefinder shall
receive the above reward on leaving it at the Cen-
tinel Counting Room. July 28
LOST,
(O N' Thursday evening last, a valuable Gold
F NECKLACE, with a Locket attached to it.
Whoever has found the same, and will leave it at
the Centinel Cousthng Room, shall be suitably re-
warded. asig4.
LOST,
O N Saturday last, between the" Boylston Mar-
k ket House and Hollis-street, a small yellow
Morocco Purse with a steal clasp, contasinirgjbout-
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
.COFF LOST.
CTRAYED from the subscriber on-the 18th inst
K a mall chusnut colored COWwith short, legs,
and short stout horns. Whoever has found the
Cow, and will give information where she may be
found, shallbe generously rewarded.
Bostow, J dy 31. OLIVER HATCH.
IJVDISPEA'SSBLE LOST. .
; OST, on Weduesday, 25thJul'y;a LadiEs griRn
IJ IN DISPENSABLE, containing '- Egl-, a
very valuable Box, a Savings Bank Book asd'-2
hdktlfs. Whoever iasfoinid the same, .and .ill
ieave them at tlihe Gazette Crapting Room, shall be
entitled to the turo Eagles and receive the thanks o.f:
thlie.loser aig4
TO BA LET,
OUSE No. 4, in Columbia-street, now occu-
pied by Mr. Linzee. Possession aay be ta-
ken on the l7th inst. Apply at W. D. EOHlER's
Office, in Congress-street. ep35* aug 8
TO BE. LET,
A-E N-TEEL-I)Dwlling House, sitgte .in Spring
Street, with every convenience for a genteel
faniil;, to be entered the 10th inst. Inquire of A-
BRA'M MOORE. over No. 3, Tudor's buildings,
or of ISAAC DURELL, next door to said edl-
ling house. aug,
TO BE LET,
WO convenient Tenements, suitable for soall
families- situate near South Boston Bride, -
on the .h-n11. het-it lr" rrt;. liquire at ah




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