Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume ID: VID00012
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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BOSTON (.assaciseTtti,; S AT U IlD A. 2 10 1 't 1.,7 ,ii r vs.i, 21.

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AD. B. K.
iI11. -Iir ArAl. i ll. I'M 1 B I%,\ KAPPA.
.ALrUA cf 'Massachusetts, are inotbrmed that
their annual nmeetii.g will be holden at University
Hall, Cambridge, A ug. 20, at 9, o'clock, A'. NM.
S WIGtLESsWORTH, iec. Sec.

A Dinner will be prov ided for the members
of the ,4. B. K, ALPriA of Massachusetts,, on
THURSDAY, the 30th inst. at University Hall;
I Tickets nmay be obtained at Cummings k Hil-
liard's Bookstore, No. 1, Cornhill,-Boston, at Hil-
li,' k & bMctoalf's C;Cabridge, orof the subscribers.
'T. G. BRAItFORD, o Committee
E. WIGGLESWORTH, Arrange/nents.
august 15 5sp
CLASS OF 1802.
RflE-d ini)al meeting of the. Class of 1802. will
Swill be held at Sili's Tavern,. in Cambridgek
o ,91 r J%,. -.'..r h', I : Cro,,iri-i,,'.:- rent, at 6 o'clock.
RIC'I 1I RR .1 I
I K iVr.CHMORI., -'Csommittee.
WM. MINOR, '; -. J
July 1 2 '_ "
ANDI1)'.TES tbr. their second degree at the
.n .ext.Copiinencenient are to attend attlse Col-
lege on .VEDN 9SDA.Y, the 22d of Angusc.
I Candidates for admission to the College, having
a certificate of good moral character from their
preceptor or some other suitable person, will', be
examined at University Hall, on FRIDAY, 1lst
August.-Tlhe examination to begin at r A M.
JOH-IN T. KI RKLAND, President.
July 98 i 4w
SOItr"i 't-..
N"OTICE is hereby given to the Proprietors of
I the towns ofLovell and Sweden. in the coun-
t' ofOxford and State of Maine, that their meeting
stands adjourned to Andrew Woodbury's House,
in said Sweden, on the first Monday in-September
next, at one o'clock, afternoon,at which time and
place, all concerned are requested to meet.
Per order,
SYLVANUS WOOD, Prop's Clerk. -
)Jlrlingfton, June 30, 1821. '.
.nglisht Classical. School.
T HE candidates for admission into this School
T will apply, for examination, to '.he Instrue-. I
tors at tie School-house in Iertie-street, on.Satur-
S l ,, te .'.5ih,,at 10 o'clock,-t.A. Al.
I ...-3 will he examined in .Reading, \'S ir.,r,
English Grammar, and .1'idthinetic as far as Pro-
portion. GEO. B. E.MERSON, Principal.
aug tI -
SN I )illTF." for. admission to the"Public
Latin School for tlie.enseing year, will be ex-
amnined ;o Friday and Situr'ay tihe 24th and .5th
inst. They must benine.ycars 'oage at least, a-
hie to write, aml to read fluently; they must be
cquairited.with the various points and characters
used..i E.-,Il .'tj a. .k and able i.. ,r: ,i F ,. I I
Grammar, unless they:liave a k,. I Id.. I L o, ,
Which shall be considered as equiv-.lent. Parents I
who may send their sons to this school, are inform- .
ed that the regulation of the Schoolo committee re-, i
quiri'!g constantanri'punctual attendance, will be
strictly observed. No.scholar is allowed tobe ab-
sent from sdlool except increases of sickness, or. of
domestic calamity., And any one- absenting hi.- a
self in violation of tuis rule, forfeits his seat at the
school, No apology for tarmin'ess is ever admitted
nor any one allowed to enter the school after the
. citations ha' >,n,,,,e c, .l ;. ein; t. .it, id
a less evilfobrA ,..., i ;. ,.. .1 r.. L. dep .: ,. ,. 'p5 r .'. ,
for a hlif-'av (tla; f.ejor'rjhe '.raises t(,h1.injet'ri''
Bo ston, Augusat 9. eptm B. A. GOULD.
To Carpenters and Masons.
P ROPOSALS will ie received until Saturday
the 15th day f" "\ i .1 ;I .i ..t. h-.r hli lli.;
hnd completing a I;.....1, I...l Hr- .'. i., r iH.:
County of Suffiulk, i..-l.'.l;..- L .' -,.. i .\\1 ,r ,i,, .1, I
Court Room and Officesoinritbrmably to plan and
description thereof, which may be examined at the
office of the subscriber, pu th" County Land in Le-
verett-street, where any further information re-
specting the same may be obtained. Proposns a
are to specify the lowestsum for fii.i;.ii.,; I.. tr.iil7 .
ing-ineleding all materials. Such ...t:.r. ,1..- : .Jed
uap. to be delivered to lion. Judge D ...i. i.., is or-
before said 18th inst.
ALEX'R iPARRIS, Aichitect.
aug 8 4sp
N UMFJROUS disappointments and 1.1 I. -
ingoccured i consequence of tle il'..i. r.. i
of Legal Instruments send toEniland.
NJVotice is hereby given, that affidavits, letters of
atttornyev, deeds of all descriptions, &c. will hence-
forth be prepared at the British Cornsl's Office, 40,
India-street, where all business relative to the re-
ceipt of Moneys, Pensions, anr Dividends, the es-
ablislhient of all manner of legal claims, the prov-
ing of debts, in cases of bankruptcy, &c. and all
business generally connected, with Great Britain or
the Blitish Colonies, will in future be transacted.
aurgist 4 RObERT C. MANNERS:
Medical Prize Questions.
T the annual meetingof the Boyiston .lledical
_a Committee, held in Ho'ton, August 1,1821, it
it was voted that the HIovliton .Jledal or fifty
dollars in money, be awarded to the author .of a
Dissertation On thhe diseases of the Liver sc."
who was found to be'Jorm C. bATA'roy, M.. D. of
Chelrstord, Ms. ; and tha' tie same be awarded
to the author of a Dessertation on this question,
" Can Ifedlicinal substances be safely and advan-
tageously introduced into animal' bodies through
the minefinq of the veins," who was found to rbe
Exoon HAir, jr. M. D and M. M. S. S. of
The following Prize Questions are now before
the public, namely-
1. Onithe dinitosis and treatment of Pertussis
or chincw fi'h.
9. On the medicinaluse of the Prnsnic acid.
Dissertationson these subjects must be transmit-
ted, post pAid, to DAviD '1OWiSEX),A M. )D. of
BIston8 on or before the first Wednesday in April,
3. On the functions of the extreme capillary ves.
eels in health and in disease.
4. IVhat textures-of the body 'rhern punctured or
lacerated are liable to briig on the disease called&
Tertanus. 'b
Dissertations on thie two last subjects must be
transralitted as above,on or before the first Wednes-
day in April, !823.
The author of the best dessertation on eithierof
'thesi subjects, ifapdproved, will be entitled to re-
ceive thIe Boylslion Mledal, or fifty dollars. Each
dissertation must be accompanied with a sealed
packet, on whiehshall be wrirtirn some device, or
sentence, and within shail be enclosed the author's
name and place ofresidence. The same device or
sentence is to be written on the dissertation to
which thie packet is attached.
All. unsuccessful dissertations are deposited with
the Secretary, from whom their authors can or-
tain them,if called for within one year ajier they
are received.
SNo printed dissertation can be received.
The'Authors of dissertretions are desired to
write the irt papers neatly, distinctly, legibly, and
on good paper J. G. COFFIN, 'ecn-etary.
uj".'lhe pri-tters aof a'ers.p.pes in the U. S.
are requested topublish"the above. atug4-
O N Thursday evening last, a valuable Gold
W NECKLACE, with a Locket attached to it.
Whoever has fouud tire same, rarl will leave it at
the Centinel Counting Room, shall be suitably re-
warded. aug4

VIASONIC INSTALLATION. HEALTHI OFFICE, .. Y THE MiLS. h,.,- .. ton d cr-.t i tr irnin isrn former rnat breac., r.f thle tr,..atv ..I'l' lI. ly whi.,h
~' U OUNT' Zi. P.R ,,%.I ,i c r ,,pi ,l rr ),, I ".l iT 'O .l.,GI S t' r. 'R-'.. --- .- k)I, ..,"" i I.., Ire t. I...,Ik oi. for flrhusli. [,r ppn ii l 1,) Ir il,'-al Flba, and hi
J1- tpn will be consecrated; and its Officers piub- A, T a meeting ofthe Board nl M i lii, rih i iT .ll' H THEL PR C'SIDL. OF r I l U l ;.I i r s Trt. I L.,.J,, sould -f-el suchti rst .,r ,- jr r i.-., o *. *, f ... f TI.-
licly\ihstalled by the M E. Grand Royal Arch P Order'ed, That any rpersori ,.-p i., ..I I. the Pllr' LA M \ I'()N .see the dfar creatures, is not; all surpr'- ', .- t, offi' feriitory of France in a
Chaiqter of Mrassachusetts, oih'WIednesday, the a22d Golector of the port of Boston .....rI .I.irl -....r. r-- -, in" n-' ,'- ir Un d inhg. 'But tht'mtha venreraete 'fr.r their ,-o"- n t'm f I o.profiurd peace, lie was declared
d. .T Ai ,, i. instant. An Address will be deliv- ,o .,; .i, r,.: ,,. e... e ,, of I, ., t..L .. L H-L 1 ." -' E I a -.' ..- nI4 tir le ,.. ua.i, r.-,rp, :cck.l for their' ls l.:m. .' ..,1'1 > t eI an O'tnfl lI v lle' P ,, toured Au--
err I, % ._ Companion Joseph Richardson-,cf ,:I. ll. ,,,i-J S, ,,:*i., .r hsoe ri,. r -'. l^ '.'r ,, br T tin Ir ll-. ill I SI -.- r','r ih
Iinghm. Companion R. A. "Masons, and the together with a certificate of i r .lar,t.nr...rl t.i iendr aI'. of Marci la r, rtrn ir i- si. l- t born.t long b the tide of i ,.I u,rttrr. Sll1ortie.1 o 'r -e IL.- ter hi
Maso ii Brehre.n generalI- are respectfully in- said Collector, shallbefirstgiverr ,.. ll. Q ..... ,, trn prm ilmn --lt r the andm--i-,,r. 'if tihe t -.lte o .ousastonshie. fir,. te'C l. .i .. ,. '. ,,.n ,,it rler de r ff */ 't, e I lel to
vited to ~saterd, invested wviilh tlhe badges appro- '.Coini f;ce of the'Board ofHera'ti .ha, n I, ,. I;I er. "r' ,I .nr ii ti i nto tli. U ,i n .. i a it .e t. ',, runI. men of r.iinri-i n,.e* ...r.,. -,.J l' bel- ; p'a 'i. anid a- lil i t I I- lin ) id.
private to'their respective offices and degrees.-l. ty to visit any vesselou Quarant.r,,, a ....-. I, I el' .di i;r.." Jdd d,.:,rmile ..i le,0re-l-" Th b..h' lt tha t o"n,'' rt" te 'd." i' t 'e 1,-rIn.r!n' ., l hl ire ,i d.il--er at r.-"i.. ',. ind
A. Masools will iile:as e to ass emble at the house of per son, after visiting any vessel ,,. -Q a. ..i.,,. re- Muli- -aln. l Ih ..h-,. irir i .l ,,, l." r. honors a tor- I rp" n re r,i r r :. n 'he "
Companion A. Capen ;-those of all other degrees part the factofhis havingso visi ','i ie, -;. :. o: r ,- I' I.,or ,o *, r.r*, t i, m"uch-- u.icined.toa.dubt.' Nor ravew.e so t ,..fort', anI wa e've t.-re.rnn tli
at Companion L. Gay's, at either of" Ir i placeses l.: pnr ro il r i' ,s'.'0,, Physc. ie "..I liii- l..l '. .A10 I' in i n' favourable an ',r['rL.- i l ih..- utilir t i, il. is.- ''oli of bin I.k.l '- al- t, ,ll -:".1i By rire.
tickets rnay be obtained for the dinner, .,,ti aor' the ,...-r l- ;.i.. h,I Lrper. 'Isome Or.-' ri i|,c Q11rus- 16 In"n i i' f i. ,' ;tab.ishnment as rr ,ni o Ir, i -,,l....-r- are troop, c.-r'it blV ir.itr Hr ., ll l s'tran- .
collatiorn, which will be provided at -both houses. e tine Committee, and shallhn.,:t ,fr,. ,cl, i, i ,,.. l h..-.n .- nr '.,r a i.,n -not m le in t, ..I ,...r, and in o r op ion, t ,.
previous to t the public services. Masonic Breth- return to, or enter the tower, r1 G tO't,.. rr,,, ., ', 1. c a r, ii I :,, icl. t ". i r od 1" %... I.. ll ere
rep, and our sinited Guests are informed, that sui- i f the same, until permitted :.. I, d,, 1. ... .-..1A i *i C'si rr'li 'nr t-it -.. 1., -n r : t if ,r,' r m .n 1.11r-r.0f .- t r ur .- himself a prisoner t Joinl of the Allied
table me....',,. ,d.,l,....... will be provided, for their .said P siciansor. saiq ...,r.,r...I ,-,iie. ail 9tare .lt1. ," r, -,, l nT.o-r b,- crn. n ". '. h r. .I P ""l" 0 ,, r..I ... I'.- 7 t. ship Belte-
Ladies. Pitl ;-,,. to be form ed att 11 o'clock, and th said Secretary is di i' :J -t.,c s '.- 1r1 te ..a... : ai.l lor .ir...i t h i .;.- nl ..n I .,'.- ,, n-; r i ,* e ..r. y'- .' rr -i .. .t t e lin-
A : A l. *. et s d secret Tt I i hidhllte -,eti mi'n.. am,] iJ ,v aVeI n. "lhrTu =- i'oi-l r.1 %al s III I as 1).r r' 1 toEn 'i n'
....M ":"'. dertobe publish dinthe ne e'li':,.l r^,l-ll,.[h tl ii^ 'Jlnl t1Ult n I ,1, ,11 .:....r' i ll1 *e 1r-r .h"p,"--1it I I 1n "I'- I-b.-'(.s.l- t0 ,r hnrol-y. l,
EBLIJAHl At'IERTON, : Committee Rules and Orders nf this Bli.,,I. arid uis-.in h slli "'i. 6% st wii"- 1c i.7cii ... n Ii .'' ~ c r ,. n. wich at presentt ra to abide (asI .- ta-- ilworiell by C,1|.aJri.
W ILLIAM 'TUNBAR, I oJf Collector, ofthe ports of 'R'n,.t-,, .'nidl Cli et. i .. t hs i liri ,I', ; be I.,, "'" I ,' ..'" *' rr,.,," will ] IT MIT \Nl, i l;,e t Ji',-,.0oi) tito:rI oftb.e -.,r -
ICONSIDDE, SUI_ 111W iRTIl .- i.r'angements. witi an attesteddcopy ofthi '-n r l. I l 'is 'nct' -l h i- V d I b a- ln;I. tO n i t,. .In lede i Ie d any %nmnt as tm ri'. In"rer ,. Th Br'it-
I'- V .il,; P '"" I, 1.r- "-II a"'*.i.*r' ast.,- Ii a I mi -!. ,r.] ,,T h .
Stoun nton. .. -. L ,sI .1. By order of the BsFard .I ''2It r1.4i5 91 i I c, ,cern vin n rn b .r -.- '. -. CA iO. -r.t .. -
.. I' L er, r'Lni n.- .nn Ii I b, rr r..l- -C.- .ish over ment, in conjuncti n wi th. te
A AS SE.SlHS' OFFICE, --- T-- ------ h i mmld- I '. --nn,' _-eI u,- E -r io .r er't .L',r-.1,-;--..-., t! ',ii d.-.,r- d. that-be
':.'tz /t.fL; .,,,"ti,-. ro the Honorable th.r tl onorabletle Si.natc nul tl -tt,- f r'. -:oe-,t ,e- g !t,tI-e'i, tile A rLerseC.i.!.,St.s ,, ..i-, a:. experC, in,. ,ir ,oul,i be detain.r,I :tr t',- is-linrl of 4.
l. Ur.IL L T-,a.'Z-rk- 1" nr,, r'fri f..reietativesrfttie. ;ommornrlth Said State. i _- nn p'.bc a-Il, Si i....l-- I 'nd fl t'- i,,, nn'r, ,s','"o.1 -f .the '.'r -,,'e elena;.* ,ndlI ollowing docu', ents
ff .,%..-;-..-., lof tle. ,)r,, 6fla.'oi ,hereby r,.NI,..nhnr-sls, in Genernl Courtiskembled clase thecssent of tie said State to the-said r -r ill si. i' -..t was t ... -' a
.. ,,.pre-,,i hi If,tl.,it,,I.s, .nd all other rl' l 'earcidendtatndDirectorsnftreEssx'lur'n- fimdanental e anditio, and 'shall transmit to '* rl- P t. 's ', f i per ": ta ;:t ir w.sthe ir,(-t.'.. ,f all,
,rri r Directors"of the ,x I.urn-tfa'dt rn- lti ... PT;. fitjitit U el,"i t,,\i ril wi en prepare r- shos.Ie ai
I.i, ,' i ",i- I tha' tley j. Cr'dorstion, on behalf of said Corpora- the President of the Uiited States, on ,,u he.- t.o t .s'. b s, '. r k- r rui" %iar le- tmt ne should -e treatedl with
.... e .. t n respectfully representthat af a.t otfthe Leg- forte the first Monday in November nett .an ,c;ip4l i m all the tenderness consstent with- hi-i
ers nd perfrmthe se duies as were pre. to s Uon shll be considered as rco ., r ..ow fmedthat -Lords Iveth

ims'or, oots imrove dinots n-i tl rr'eb Cm ior w w807,esgreatly injurious to.e ct ofn the Assembly of the said State of Mis- The "astonians and the Ca rd I .e t ni oc .ri C-r v..f t..i l i8..5n.,

,. con;.formity to ani Act' of.the ,.: rc -' rights and interest of saul Cor-por'aton. That it.Sour, passenI on the twenty-sixth rof June, in wish we knew. the day orn henl, it. Ch aJn., e ,1 a* II n i Io se-ve h tr. B.. e d.n ..-.,,
pasA IUe thirteenth day of Febru ., I S-I. m Pssed .idthiot notice to, ia c tire consent ot said the present year, entitled A solemn public would positively leave B.slon, '- in C ul5r'in in m r.hs cd 'cmhi- e ;enerad -unpre
iThe Assessors of the Town of Boston request mCo'roration, m that tie acts aforesaid impair dhe act declaring the assent, of this State to the not open a Boston pper oni inir ni 'r*IS r hn E ?gi:h TOff ice *oiso : such in
the In.biants.of said Town, brin; in true -and waghts vested i said Corpor6ntion d'by te Laws of tlis fundamental condition contained in a reolu event uoldl h ble .e d ,h bu g missi.n of sIch m.
itr I s-tt r-,iiJ rt b 1 c.'g rl ,lper AtCeetll yhtsaidaetmaybetrepeleo. by t Congress United sideir,|l t visitr'nQedl C T111w rnoht tas_ at pla.e.t h.I '-- 'ri Itm Irs anit 'Iu'ne t nt rimre n' r. I
ather thisat tireinssessor'sta re enali to po or the ssexONNOT, States, providinogItm for the nwmissr..i of thme beras'ed as tnho ughs tie'y erne nt il leae:..- oI rp1i ..tpoheh than it e .-rh, in i.

And the La d .Assessors will be in session at their ,'J 1i. OS OD Di rs onresdition an anithetic cpy whereof has te in- agdt with increased firy, until that ..he Adniral, sell as tie (-ove.r ti. St" ele
Office, f, I, i...-.,. ..i .... giving such lists until HAN 1 -IN N, been communicated to me, it is solemnly and great personage broke the spell by his in- na, muSt ever lose sight, namely, the pleiecily
the 20th .: .i ,. s.....n ni..nth 'poiSalem. .iaorm.he, pm'dutibliclye enacted and a declrere, thtothat that sutinshall bepeulencensand n that tlie Wet seere detention f.te person "veral B -l.th
The aI u. ,:, poses r.s prescribed by said Co rvert in ir e State has assented, ad does sent, tat the Pint miitry spchoolhas arrived among tien, -r1 ; tg %-h ch vi,,;I -np.i int
Act, viz." -. .. s1 8t h om1art ps e. fourth clause of tIre tw enty-sixth section pubf t "ie w hole ity Comrppeaa tn e atrini dI, sIte r r Co ,-l -, rr is' *"RarIi. 'rin I She

Number ofpolls rateable, sixteen, years old ando On te the third article of the Constitution of .said of allucination; r there is i-t -t Pce .1 a
ups-ais to tv onetynon old yea retisoners etue n imterted copyro thiPeit State m.shall never be construed to author- youths do not explod- wih vanity, the; jill ihr well knir zeal and nesohrlte character atSir
ofoll 'a ,- twelFeb.At D. 1807,yys greatevasinurious tothe act ofthe Assembly, sidtatIIy of thei-eto r saidsSgateofMos-fo (I I"-"I ocX Ri aC [ %' ft 'l : "\1 n -

urards or not Im with this order thereon, to Ibe' served ors the Ando- .ze t, e passage of any law, andT that no law be killed by kindness. Do not our Beoston GleorO" Ci ."ans', that he will not suffer: hin .
iof i mie po lrmi t r' teable.t nor ee n,nu le an Medford nT urnpike Corporation, and pub- shall be passed in conformity thereto,by which friensh we know that they are cheapening civic self to be misled i .Imprudent ly, to devine frni the
the towulr a lishing the same three wtreks in two newspapers ai rir-'.n of eitheIr .f the United States shall honors, as well as military, by bestonring per)rnmsceof hins dtnl BArTI URST.
f male polls supported by the twn prited in B stn,te seice and last public declarica be excluded from the enjoyment of any of them snot profusely on alel Iocc-sins ? We
of dwelling houses. tion to be thirty days ait least, before the firs the privileges and immunities to which such rallv think that their cavalcndee, dinners, h e is' lOa sinAL vs h ,
of sliops within or u djoininig to dwelling Vetrue-an d6 lesy of te et Session e pr'en citizens are entitled unde n the Consa.tnt.tution escorts, &c. &c. &. &c.ad iUfiitrm ni' o o hen Gen ar bnAPAiu E e'si the Beii-i
correct is s .o General Court, that all persons i,,r'-;,rnd. inr,,i of the United States :"-Now, therefore, I, betle have been disints>ds wot. It-a inseam-. it llbe e on 'ainla". d I nt.* .otrn-'l io, .
of other thops.. .' hme appear, and seThey eererep th usad ats mabe.ey tpehd. J rs MO.NRO, President of the United prehensible, says the Natinal Gaztt ace, thp. t hem his earnest psire t omet for Admirl
of isti-arouses. d y epayeof sr cnrirunsh u e grant States, ins pursuance of the resolution of a people of mc general sbriely 'n- G o he t tctseamine
So sa-houes JOIN ILLIPS Presid'n. Conre- s aforesaid, vessued this my Pro solidty ofjdgnent mank t e citizens
S of slau e-houses thr workn In the House ofRepr.sentatives, June t, 1821. clamation, announcing the fact, that the said of Boston, should greet young gentlemen, Ti tI 1 r L o all ti b
o slaughter ouses, ad other working- Read ancocurred, State eof Mssouri has asmrented to the fUinda- who Khave not yet passed turougls their shol.- ..e,a io, i,- 'llraIwll wiow ar tlhe af gagey
-.of pot and pearl ash works JOS QUICY, Speaker. mental condition required by the resolution astic training, with forms of honor antddis; t- s-t -h priasiol iitb enneran h.mayr
ofwane-hou.ses. Atruepy, Attesnt. of Congress aforesaid; nh ereupon the ad- tinction due only patriotic services, or uffi- -.; rb. .. in-uh m: t vaken fSt eoard
-off rolpewilk. 1-4,I, C',IcLE.AlY, .blehNk of/e Sente mission of the said State of Missouri into this .cial dignity, of the tighest order .. n is a mt.never, ei. I. .n ...a lithe bagg'ee
t-of tgrist-mills. T. o n te .Talm. oa h u..,I 1.pUnion is declared to d be complete. hatthad tt sc '-n h table service >s to be. undersood as tm-
t-. of ii...'. '.i chint. will their buildings. 10 'ietl10.1Itie J-StICCS 01 the l- In testimony whereof, I have caused the ~it were necessa' to r-phv to tlis article, we cldid, unles itbe so considerable as to
nlil. ., '* preme Jnslicial ourn of tne State if Maine seal of the United States (f America should say, ilnit tire Iostonians have ever alien- seem ras ..-i ri i.rir -'I to be converted into
T- a spi, ,i -machitnes going by water, ith h an hlden a Ptn, i fr to a e affs assented, and these reassents, and t the heirn rt i htoo t tlsr n affriro in their. mon ey ln n tr ri dl..h j.., l e
Actir buildings. : h e- t, of c"u.to inbee-la.,,d, r,. the i:: rst Toes. I It s ise fthes-i with m c hand.nD of. n whe' .rinte Protest begainst il, n ssu:'ti,. n 'f 1.- money, is diagremonda, and. his ....leable

of rnar'manufactorie., withthei- build- I i DLA' lof Boston in h l. at t e Ciy u'eof Wasi ngto-n, th tenth cnno ',.r'..r. wnlla e e. tot hem. Ontn. of .mn. beniste
iN o. p r e. .. I ol .. hfi. ,Ik, n CnnnTo.. Tt.. 8, ( 1 .I thet. hirdy o Ai ust, art ceof nd t he Inof .said .,o.,,f ha ,luc.int '.. ,r, eiass to uea lae-t to liv en-e -'-l -Ais i ral will eI- -lar t..... fle

bubiiings. ternen, deceased, presentss that the estate of said JAMES MONIOE. of envy or covetouness, and 'the intrusions of im- eeans intendss to coipscatie ins property, out
- of oier mills, Shnbael Hell, is inslvenitas appearaby the returns By the President pertinence or ignorannce. They might say that e'"y to takePi itself the administration
upwarof ion-works and furnaces. of property of which sa Bell die seized, and the JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, t' the vpoths have inot exploded, noi have th, been ofll his effects, to hinder him from using therm'
- of glass tactories. proceedingsns of ehe comsmissi -ners on insolvent es- Secretary of State. killed whll kindness."-On tie contrary, that they |as ah means to promote Iris flight.
u- of card-a .,tories.. tate.s, duly mawle er the Pronbate Office in said Bos- ., i have considered btle honors paid to them, as paid The examination shall he nmade in the pres-
-- of bake-houses, ton ; sail Bado nrm tntrr-thier r presents, tihmat then-re isma esurE.fS. o to one of te Itnstitutions of the nation ; and Ihave encelof a person named by BtoeNAPAvTEf the
- of barns. c t re rtaim real estate lying in the State of Maine, p-Art IlATI IS -AhOES, -OY "12. evinced bv their moesety s.d strict attention to inventory of te effects to be retained shill b
-- of all other works, buildings and edifices af of the In'tperty it said Bell, which it has bee inre Death of Buonpri'te corroborated. duties prescribed by the laws of good nianners, as sigeied by tsis person as well as b the Re
the value of twe. ty do ars an. upwsrd. ncessharv to sell in order tw pay the just debts of the On Tunesda last H. M.ship Tartar, 44 honor, w sell as thoseoftheState.-tha thv are wohbestof All o t It ea
-- of suyer-iia feet of wharf. deceased, to wit :-a lot of nd situate in Back- Commodore ICSir GnInoEe. COLIi, arrived ]- .*' 1 il* .r.r. ..i. imnn i in -nn te s, -
- of tons of vessels n smalleraft of five tos street i Pln d aBst oresaid,, wit te and last igs here froexclude Afric, on her return to Europe. snur'--.' with regard to their being kill- pint to dra tip this rr
burthen and rnwardsat home or- abroad, corn- standing on the same; a lot of land containing When at Ascension they received information edI with kinduress," we can assure tine New-York The interest, or the pr-,..,|i (according as
puting the same according to ,I.- rl.. ,i- 10U situate in the county ot Oxford, s t b editors, and l othrs, that ty all left town es- hs property is more or less considerable)
-- tirdweqig loses ....f tireoUiIraanmd ao 1 innthirey d pysopat Ulestrbelins thre firstthaa priegns and calletir itdes eona nilbehathataneyimmunitiesto which such rall think that their cavalcadlesfln-s. h e o'o rles ebe

tehsiethe laws otthe e sted ,"l..,. 'tac, and a pew tn theEpispspal Church, in the e Constiw tion escos, erda, in high health &c.nd in as good n, fls of o f hal be applied to his support, and in thinS
,uses.so wthnor iit''.pess.,-ei. oftheUnited States :"sNois, therefose,im,'better havebeenmdisisd Wthe rrt si icom. irepect tire eepritcat rr Irents tor e A rlet,

The mount ofevery person. s wle stock in trade, o ,1 of Prland. patches, Mo t. Helsidena, said to contain an pre ensible, says the Natit azette, hwc respect te principal arrav e the eents to be left
goods, wircsn.dnmerchndise, at home or abIond Wheretore your petitioner prays, that h, or account of ithe death of Neao.ot e BrooA- o er-sons of sensibility must fecea.l at ng wth to him.
paid for or iotpaid for. some suitale persn oni his behalf may b aulhori- rAiTE, by dropsy and pleurisy, on the 6thi May. froiendso whn loved thf jdg ment a s inthrvidal nd For thin reason, he can, from time to time
The animal aunuunt of c"mmissions a'icirg f.-omn zed to make saleotsainl real property and execute scholarsn,tr.i, i .. '-.-...i.1.1-i ii*ei .r iL,.. The signify his wishes to the Admiral, till tI
.`ctorfse o f secur-itouses, o the Uriter ai sufieient coinveyaoncesoeihne ts ne. a o, o-O h ct, thvat' 14. 'atof B aston te islso inGre ed tuat elte riv Adml f ral.will allow all the bagewga.oe,
this State, or ary of the United States, and at byhitty, ILLI The folloing account of the diterin- -who have not let passed tnou hthe i ho mao la,
what rate ot ierest. .. ..w.1 ie d ven sordite tt i i oi s proposal, the Admiraln'ore
T'he amount.of Coney on hand, including such as STAiTE OF M.'LIE. the remains ot Major Andre, was handed nus r.ute-,nt y iirt t t hlighe the Geo r Cri give the necessary orders,
may ofe deposited ind ay bas k ork witi ai agenIf Cum'berlnd, ss. At the Supreme Judical Court, by an eye witness, accompanied by his re- Bostoniangs know hw to prescribe to themselves nd the disbursement will be paid by bills on
nd exclusive of such as may elong to any stock- bund hoien at Portland, within and for quest to pulishction the same.-venitog Pst. Theotiy c sdo eot copy others.- Anl for opinions on HisMajesly s Trasury.
holder as sudh said county of Cnmo-rland, on tIe first Tues- "This event took place at Tappan, on Friday their rules, they can unly say, tir the terrnain is In case of death he can dispose of his prop
The.amount ofhstick, held by the stocklholders in day of May, be mugthefirst day -f said nionth, lOlh inist. at 1, P. M. amidst a considerable con- not a judge of the muscles which give speed to erty by a last will, and be assured thar the
any bank. AD. 11 .. course of lathdies and gentleman tat asemblesour d to the lk. -- -- i st contents of his testament shall be fait'hfu
Number of ounces o plate. On the foregning petition, Ordered, that the said witness this interesting ceremony. TIe British I, ted
pf-tin As-urn..tt...pt.mUniontishdeclaredea)ebetconplete.a

- I -.-..- .i;, :. tol! brites, or turnpikes pti'ior give notice fthe same, oy causing his I tes timony whereof, I have cased' thnied by If- it were neHssatoeply totis article, e ,de, unless.it be. so ,ndrabc asto

and 'u1.. 1l-.1..- .'l ii shares, with the annual in said petition. unicial i, r, of tne st c a.r.t,, e ; pb- i,. se I i onf theite ground and his AInmmbourer Ih sThe reports of the death of the exile part r prt p t h pI e made tn make a
- of acres of tillage land,inclding by orchard ton, th the Cguri no... lt,. i.. ,.- r three nioving thheap f loose stones that surrounded I a appea to be corroborated thepersoli of h s suite, it u be signified,
tirlled. eings.eks successively, te last publication to Cue thir- asL party theversted the give. Great caution twas from several quarters; and, as all who thati te property of his ayttenviants is subject
.. oh bushels of wheat. oty dawst am lert, r. b'i.. ri, r. t.- next termn of this obser-v.do ins itking up a small peach tree that was hIave been born must die, it is lnot itnpro- to the same regulations.
- of bushels of rye. Court; to bel n,,rm:.. ..P., i dmonwealthlinand or .... .,- .,,, of the grave, as the Consl started his b.lble that his time bad come and lthat Ttme disposal of ,the troops left to guard -
- of bushlis of oats. c.mntyot Cumberland,dnthe first Tuesay of ... -,,-.,,,, i sending it to his M a esty to be placed i .o' ay t htlive must be left to the Governor
- of bushels f Inian corn, es wi veth their next; tat all pers intested herein, eof th Rovl gardens. Considerable an e ad shortened thertvs life by s npine 'The latntenir, however Iis receiiede noti-n
- f bushels of Baley. may tle en ar hereappeai, srnt shew cause: if any i-ty was felt lest the cofin coEulm not be found, as and obstinacy in refusing to Submit to in the case which till be thereafter mnionnd
-- of bushes of as and beans, raised on the ie ve, wIy tIe eray here f s theouet be vnriiourmors exste t its vig been m remv- circumstances, as a good Christian Sol- to act according to tre desire of thin Adm ral
- oftolhaerinills is. C Bopye f tie petition and orders ie theBython, President Iai-,prers wa to ith idier ought to have done, and to take te hhe Geneaia mneist constan i be attended
- of acres ofEnrglishad furnances. moving, in of Atterty. of whil. -.lie.v .'. was nroknn in the centre an ad parativ fUlen in, ample exercise wnoict exple was allohaved by hy a ncer appointed by te Admiral, or
eluding orcharding moweds. eedigs of the e i ut amis kept sup o nsostihg oen the scullS. i lidl hisl ion kndness. T--O the ntra ththey as e ase occurs, by th Goernorote his flihe
- of tons of hay, thre yearly produce of the Clth fit s. bing raised, the skeleton of the brate Anndre ap- he' onors paid to th as paid Genera is allowed ato go out of the bounds
same. to ; saiddl l ss. To Samuel .pre..s, d theirs, pare .ntir, bone to bone, each n its place, ates that eI ws poisoned. tile nation tnd e where the sentinels are placed, bsn oderly
- ofbacrnes .f" iI.-i eradowin r eal .estate of ilnj .in t.he State... of aine,- iwithoFutI a in of .y untheAr parst of evincedis remains, Al ted Powers rictust be deemed thne man at least msthe effectpan b he officer.si be
--- of tons 1.,, te yeuiarlngsy produce of the erel i the Cunt ai MBellhih it has bee oman, sav se of Buonpte corrobora.., hiched appdutiearees in small prescribe veriest fools as well ai knaves in te Whsigned ships aperisve, asnd as byng as theRear
tle value oftwelty dmarsi necesse, a to all otrer cncrnathj ust debts ofthe On Thes ay last H..l'. sip Tas ress ta44s tns lears wellnortl; as, if the iStatendethat to have serv- o' t are in ialgh or by t, Ithe nersnal remains confined toshall a

o-supersiiofialtmetofwharh asked, to we- t of la state in B Commodore .h tre i o arrived thn.--rte curiosity .tine limits. -e tI "eine-r
- of tons ,of y, the yearly pnllrodu of fi the tons street, li Port alorcsai ,/wth the b la- ig therefrctators s gtiled, a le le s ed hm as he did o s and ot Dn toisirawe i etns tins
same rung ini tire last ill anr esla- hr-our-n, hnni rm'.Eggls, the rndn er-, 'with htly could Isa-e oe'et it done five inueaints ise f ortieprn His con paeo asi
-- of p acres of pasturage, r inciding t ie orchard- i.e If,.l difcma n. has been iresenied tr pro- s issistt. veors, and all others, t th sophagu, into hatch s a0 and tr hav etow ii ty s more or less considerable)
g pstred. lates ofthe United .t te Heon. Samuel P. 'ay. ,Esq Judg te te terdamains wre nei n hgh heath, rinsomoodved-his superb st. Hall be applied to dcis support, a ime to
-- of cows theveamr will keep, with tle e aftr Probate no Wills and for gora-aing aletterhe of Ad- eostHelenay, isa imitation of tlose aed in Ensurope, the expenses of his the rnemenlt. 11The the sme rules rid cipamust remains with him.
feed of twae hole farm. hndi'iatathoratior oadin ahere d for the id Ctione nt of Middle- fthaor te remains acco tunt illustrious dean as r de ame paper adds, thent they the .ul At I her times it is left to the judgment of
- o bar-rels of cider which can be made yearly sex, y Walter Fisk, nhis Ehacutorlterin ramutori-d, by ggls, by dr of oand pleurisy, of ithe 6gany, tiaye n'] ave always beeh of tre opinion, tialt tr Admiral or Governor o an, frake tie teces-
upon the wsole harm. You are therefore hereuy cited te a[)pear beto e rannc a covered .with riclh crimson velvet, sur- INLd e a sary regulations concerning' them. It misst
Theof cow rtigohts. thee sairi Juidge at ar Counis of Prbatgftr be holden rounraded bev a gold Iorderieg the rings of deep NAPOLEON WO,, never depart alive fr b signified-tos the General, thratil me
- of acies on woodland, exclusive of pasture at Grd-omnim ammi for said County ot Middlesex, onu burnished goai, sIne panel also ourimson velvet, St. Helena. Wonderful/ WVhlenl all ayir attermnlt tr fie, he will then b e putuder
land enclosed, the t'hirud nu. .Oi' .. ) m..,. to shewr caus, edged wel, golid, the inside lined wit black vel- the oword beside, knew, that ihe was sen- 'loe confinhemeit and it must Hetn
- of acres of unimprioved l ianjd. ia t anmy you I.n ,..n..' I, W,. W ire s "i se. vet, the wle supported by four gilt bRlis. a otl e notified
- of ic-es of land unimproverble. And you, the above named Waiter Fisk accord- The Sarcophguns wilh the remains have been tence by tie otwers o' urope to be to irs attendants, tlat if it should be found
- of acres of land owned by the town. ingly nre hem eby :JIrdered to -erve this citat'iori, removed on boaid his Majesty's lPanket, where it imttprisoned for life, for his cl'nes, and that thley are plotting to prepare the G<.ne-
- ohi aces owned by other proprietors giving personal notic therefto all persois.on- is understood as sion as some repair on board breath ot treaties d-That St. Htelena nal's fligis, they alil be separated from him,
- ofacresofland used for roads. cncrnedn i said estate living within twenne miles of ar.'nmpcted an opportunity Mill be afforded of was 'i.ed u on as th rison in icn and put under cl-se-confinement,
- hat acres of land covered with water, the asud Cunirt, twenty daysvat lesprevinis thei-- viewing it. ..' 1. tlt asbornte to tpI e hih est is t All letters adohressd to the General, or to
- of Iorsea three years old and upwards- to ; anl notifying all others iterestei (herein by te seiteice sll be executed; and persons in hris suite, must e delivered to the
C- of oxen four years old and upwards. causing a true copy hereoft to be inserted three *'BOSTON, .nigtsUt 17, 1821. that the authorities whicl governed that Admiral or governor, who will read them
may os dtedpersidians three years old agentd Iup I Ihees s ce Jed al-Ctr ban A. tiON ac CopADE, yhs r- I ans knowee required to see the senItesnce before he suffers thrm to e delivered to
- of swine of siu month old and utoansrdj. i ie.jauin ahussell, thne loast publia'tiona to be at p-- o. executed Those authrotie have per- ion hs to they are addressed. Letter
FRANCIS GsEEN, ises" s least, twenty aof mberland, onh thefirst'ues.1 CThns eve.d fook placeious at T ppanKS on te riten- forrles' their duty nit fidelity ; arl we is case of death he can dispose of are sub
ba.THN WEB, of the ''o8. f tio s pofla to the detin thisat asse believbledte hambled ttoreated h. much better contents of hie same le. shall be faithfully
umber of ounces oAM l M. TlAYER oston. your hoings thregoing petition, Orde said Cur, that the said witness this interesting. N let ceremony, T Brihat dishes not mie t St. e

f" -.Li. A;,.,Witness the said Samuel P. l'. Fay, Esq. Judge i In thie Lssex koegister.s thanCpe ndid many thousands gentlemen, persnaccompans a, thrgh e Seetary -Aof Statatte, must be
aTOTI, is therbyve that tnual of Proabate efr'esaid, urid.lns senl ,H'cia.l,a clnn- C..ground and his labaNre COritted to prison bthe death oders; andt communicaed to te General or his apr ttei

\ sO Tscnberha b de l tnat adm bridg, tIhetwenty-ninth day of Mnn, ,n theyear 2f The reception whiicai the Cadets have met have become entitled to tthe gratitude' darns, if it is s.!t mrn by a person not livinsf
arl. I fshed im tho ph-. t Is,,'- .pe"rons,,n:_t-lyin i-nIti.areo.. .T, ., th r1ir- ore
) Al".A. W SO W .- I .... .-A .. .. Weh pesnststr gm Asa o ate o t tsh r ensmes -niied,
ate of rctesif tillage nd, t ineuding rceser Na reta.il Dn-y o.. s St,.e, an atr... e L".. ), tiiemsIh tin-BnamSt.Lra t teit itir in tim e o f Ia o oi e er o ernorsu tn imt n

decl fsed, and has tak n onyponhim self ithattrust ex T ab' ,u ti re uimsof ieenw osei parentspit ve in niucn duct tuw rrd 's K ean w would in som e m measure arrest, nieprisenme ren t, aasp o treat en t of rar, i pao tlienG governor atnd A diihi ae Have
givirondsasthe law directs. Alpersos. weeks successively, teation to biniatins ill reired. I- have cu, ed them of their folly But rney ap this extraordinary and, as all whot be prate property of his attes giants is subjectv
iotgbusrelou s tfwheat. All pen-soot iebt-., .' n r ie d.ittipasmallpeach treefthat was have been born must die, it is not ipr'-

ed to said estate, are hereby called upon to make qourt; t Centio... t pear to be, wiinand ... acting the same farce river again considered untimely to repeatof thgrave, as tCo' rnment he all the wils atroopslef-irtu
immediate payment; and all those to whom saki y hqnr atetie e l ..iutnr aid fr ,m circuinstances, wan are inclined tu tale almost ib0iottein factfs s n tie sub ithe case which gnral ma, desreafter mentonedsso
esi indebted, are requested to exhibit their they have, the yer thereof shoul. blie tnu t tis will nt close numore to their e Th' d foloi p a to it; ia ti re. ng to the desire of thi Admiral.
said tillage id by th ERBY Jr A ratedwith oard, at No.14, Court-Wtree. I nk with whicl s article was rit. In consequence of IeUONAPA'TE' r(enjr-st or ra)rrsentat no is wrinen, ims: be
Shrewofsbury,ndsust, 181. agust11 te snodipetitionandordered wi theerjue of'ougraes." coTheGenerad to themust cons, that they attended


both read it, andl when they uend it, accom-
pany it within such observations as they may
judge necessary.
Till the arrival of the new Governor, the
Admiral must be considered as entirely re-
sponsible for the person of General BoosA-
PA5nTE, and his Majesty fih s no doubt ot the
inclination of thie present Governor to con-
cur with the Admiral for that purpose. The
'Admiral has full power to detain the Genefal
on board his ship, or to convey hiin on board
again, when, in his opinion, secure detention
of his person cannot be otherwise effected.
-When the Admiral arrives at St. Helena the
Governor, will, upon his representation, a-
dopt measures for sending immediately to
England, the Cape of Good Hope, or the
East Indies, such officers or other persons in
the military corlis of St. Helena, as the Ad-
miral, either because they are foreigners, or
on account of their character or disposition,
shall think it advisable to dismiss the military
service in St. Helena.
If there are strangers in the islands whose
residence in the country shall seem to be
with a view of becoming instrumental in the
flight of General BONAPARTE, he must take
measures to remove them. The whole coast
of the island, and all ships and boats that visit
it, are plated under the surveillance 'of the
Admiral. 'He fixes the place which the boats
may visit, and the Governor will send a suffi-
.,cient guard to the points where the Admiral
shall consider this precaution as necessary.
The Admiral will adopt the most vigorous
measures to watch over the arrival arid de-
parture of every ship, and to prevent all com-
munication with the coast, except such as he
shall allow.
Orders will be issued to prevent,. after a
certain necessary interval, any foreign or
merc:antile vessel going in future to St. He-
If the General should be seized .with -aeri-
ous illness, the Admiral and the Governor
will each name a physician, who enjoys their
confidence, in order to attend the General in
common with his own physician; they will
give them strict orders to give in, everyday,
a report o.n the state of his health,' In case
of his ,death the Admiral will give. orders to
convey his body to England. .
Given.at the War Offce. July 30th, 18135:

Foreign Office, August 26, 1815.
Lord BATvUaRsT, one of His Majesty's Prin-
cipal Secretaries of State,- has this day noti-
fied, by comrqand of His Royal Highness the
'Prince Regent, to the Ministers of Friendly
Powers, resident at this Court, that, in con-
sr.uence of events which have happened in
Europe, it has been ,deemed expedient, and
determined, in conjunction with the Allied
Sovereigns, that the .Island of St. Helena
shall be the place allotted for the future re-
sidence of General NAiOLEOr BoNAPARTES,
under such regulations as may be' Tece r0 iv
Tpr the perfect security of, his person ; and,
for this purpose, it has been resolved, that
all foreign ships, and vessels whatever, shall
be excluded fr;.m all communication with, or
approach to, this Island,, so long as the said
Island shall continue to be the place of resi-
dence of the saidNAPoiF.oaON BOrAPARnTE ,
-- IBUONAPARTE landed at St. Hele-
na, the 17th October, 1815, and if he
died, as reported, on the 6th.May last,
he resided there over five years and an


Mi. EnrToi,
1- HATE heard arid read much of the
l., l.jr., it/ to Warren erected on Bun-
ker Lill; but never have seen iTt util
this day ;-and to the disappointment
experienced on the occasion you must
attribute my troubling you with this note.
Whether my expectations were too san-
guine, or whether the monument had
been misrepresented to me, I cannot say,
but when I surveyed what was pointed
ou t to me as a Memorial to Posterity of
the Ffe, services, and death of the First
of American Staiesmen, Patriots, and
Heroes, and found it to be of so small a
character, and made of such perishable
and common materials, I confess, that
though a stranger, I felt the keenest sen-
sations of chagrin and disappointment.
Is this, I exclaimed,a Montument worthy
of WVARREN; and of the wealthy and
public-spirited Commonwealth of Mas-
sachusetts ? But, perhaps, Mr. Editor,
my sensations were erroneous; and were
doing injustice to the times and the in-
dividuals' who erected it-of whose cir-
cumstances I am wholly ignorant; and of
whose attenipt to perpetuate the fame of
their Countryman and Brother, all ought
to speak 'with respect and gratitutde.-
Still I feel disappointed.
If I mistake not there have been inti-
mations in the public papers, that a Mon-
ument more worthy of the deceased, and
to be made of more durable materials, is
contemplated'to be erected by a general-
subscription :-Permit me to 'inquire, if
such is the fact, what progress is made
in the business; and to accept my offer
to add my mite t- the project. Allow
me also to inquire, whether the remains
of the illustrious WARREN are interred
under this perishable and perishing Mon-
ument ?
With esteem, your obedient servant,
Atgusl 17, 1821.;- A T R AN. .

0 Witlh regard to the subscription, the subject
of our correspondent's ,inquiry, we can only say
that something of the kind has long been talk ed of,
amnd a specimen of thie Monumental Marble to be
used on the occasion, (should the plan succeed) has
been received here. As it respects the remains of
Gen. \VsRnt.ei, we inform our correspondent, that
they now: lie iute:red in the Public Cerietey under
the Stone Chapel. Immediately after the ev'asua-
tion of Boston and vicinity ny the British, in 1776,
a number of the Masonic Fraternity sought foir, and
found tihe grave in which their Grand Master was
buried, near the spot on which the monument now
stands; and were enabled to identity his' remains
by an artificial toqth, known to the dentist who set
it. These r"'mains were brought 'to this town,
placed, we believe, in s new coffin, and deposited
in the old State House: and on the 8th of April,
1776, were conveyed, in funeral procession, to the
Stone Chapel, where an eulogium war pronounced
by the Hon. Pza':z MouTrom, (now Attorney-Gen-
eeal of theState.) T'ie remains were then interred
witli masonic ceremonies, in the vault above men-
tioned. -
Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Cannons-
bury, Penn. to his brother ias Charlesaown, Jef-
'Ii iy last letter I informed you of a salt well,
which Mr. M'Cuook Iiid bored to the dtstlh .of five

i ndred and twestt-five feet not being success-
fill in procuring a sufficieney ot salt water, he had
a.iandoned it ; but last svednesd'sy his partner de-
termined to, make another effort to raise the wa-
ter : after having put a copper tube down about

two hundred and ten feet, with a pump in it, they
began pumping, and, after a few minutes, the wa-
ter came up with such violence, that it forced them
from the ptimp, aud spoutedl up nearly one hun-
dred feet high it a column about two inches it, di-
ameter; the hole is three inches, the tube two.-
It continued spouting nearly n hour when it sub-
sided. The water was very salt. The tube broke
off aomut tour 'eet below the bottoms of a cistern,
wlich is 1'2 f~et deep and five feet square ; the
water then filled the cistern nine feet, and cots-
tinued a most violent commotion in the cistern,
which has npt yet ceased. On '1 hursday the gas
or air burst through the ground, I suppose in ten
thousand places, with. four or five rods round
the well ; there is a creek within five yards of the
well, which has the. appearance of water rapidly
boilinog. This nir is called hydrogen gas ; iffire
approaches it, it instantly becomes flame and burns
like a candle. They set tit tubes of a foot or two
long on 10 or 15 o these places where the gas is-
sued from, and the gas ascendiog through them was
set on fire-with a lighted paper ; it has continued
burning ; since Thursday and exhibits a grand and
beautiful appearance after night."

Circumnavigation again.-Dr. MITCnI hbas
published his account of the trip made by the
Fulton Steam Boat round Long Island.-He
calls it a Poriplus of Long-Island;"-But it
contains very little of the wonderful.-He
says, the weather was remarkably fine, and
not a. single disaster occurred The compa-
ny consisted of ladies As well as gentlemen,
combining a large share of beauty and fash-
ion, with learning a'nd talent. During the
trip, the party engaged in an elegant display
of cotillons and contra dances, under the
awning, by moonlight, to exhilerating music
from tile Band of skilful performers, who
contributed every thing .i their power to
render the exciirsion delightful.
f' The fishing party caught sea-bass and
gurnards, and other sorts of fish, off the east
end of Long-Island. The nautical gentle-
men who were members of the company,
were of the mostf-respectable class, and' have
had the means of adding new facts to their
profession, particularly those relating to the
power andt eonoiy of urging ships over the
ocean by steam."

We think tlhe following passage, which we
extract from the sixth number of Campbell's
Magazine, furnishes almost conclusive evi-
dence, that the communications for that jour-
nal, under the signature of 'H. proceed from
the pen of our countryman, WASHINGTON
IRVING.-Balt. Afo.rs. Chronicle.
i- There is hardly beeswax enough in England
to answer the demandof lip-salve alone ; but im-
portation from America supplies all our wants,
tor the quantity obtained from that country is an-
nually increasing. A few years'sgo the hum of a
bee had never been heard on the western side of
the Allegliany Mountains.; a violent hurricane
carried several swarms over that lofty ridge, and
finding a new unexhausted, country, singularly
favorable to their propagation, they have multi-
plied until the whole of those boundless savannahs
and plains have been colonized by those indefati-
gable emigrants. Little thinks the ball-room
beauty, whlien the tapers are almost bui'nt out, that
tlhe wax by whose light her charms have been ex-
cited, was once hidden in the bells and cups ofin-
numerable flowers, shedding perfunme over silent
vallles of the Susquehannah, or nodding at their,
own reflected' colors 'in the waters of the Potomac
and Delaware."

MR. RussEaLr-The following effusion is
from a manuscript collection in my possession.
Should those I occasionally send you, meet
with a favorable eye from the public, a vol-
ume of American Poetry may be expected
from this quarter.
Yours respectfully, N. D.

Const thou love me, my fair?
CANST thou love me, my fair ?,
Now the rose on my cheek is all'faded,
And the cold hand of time has frosted my hair-
S-And-the beauty ofl' ,,ut. .;-1.i aLuJ l&
Canst thou love.nme, my fair,
And love me as fondly as ever ?
0, come to my bos6d4n, then, while I declare
My heart shall be thine, love, forever !
For, surely, my fair!
Though the rose n my cheek is all faded,
And the c',ld hand of tinme has trosted my hair ;
The grace of the heart time never yet shaded !
.. A. S. G.

(Received at Philadelphia by an arrival from

"NA" '/ A I. tro r.r,v. ;.vt s?, 1.S:1.
L ETTER.S 1 ,,'- be.n rece,seds hiom Zan.'.
(one ot the iondran islands' tae-l i, 2.1
June. The) state, in a manner tuo p:-.is.-i
to admit of doubt, that the Reoltfi..rin;re,:
frigate, the Hrm. C lpt. P: Er.su', hs beer, fi, Id
into by alarie armed Greek eeistl. by whi.:lh
four meni were killed and several others
wounded. Tlhe orig,n r'.f this inl'urtIate
event iw n-t diti-ctlr qT:r,'in,'ed far. Thlie
Greek vessel had been fitted out at Galaxidi,
and had a large quantity of arms and ammu-
nition on board, 'which some suppose were in.
tended for the Greeks in, the Morea,. while
other statements make their object to be pi-
racy, and that they had actually committed
depredations on the English commerce in the
Archipelago. The Hon. Capt. PEfLEW is un-
derstoodto have demanded the surrender'of
the vessel, which was answered by firing into
the Revoltitonaire. The-Greek ves.el- was
captured and carried into Zante. This cir-
cumstance, we learn, combined with other
evidence of the hostile feeling of the Greeks
towards the Eng'lis has determined Govern-
ment to strengthen our naval and military
force in the Ioniain TIslands. Two sloops of
war have orders to sail immediately, as is
supposed, for that destination, and some of
the best regiments in the service willbe sta-
tioned int the Islands. Thle inhabitants are
well known to entertain strong desire to co-
operate with their countrymen, the Greeks,
in theattainment of freedom, which it is the_
policy of Government to prevent. The
Turks were in posession of Patrass or rather.
of the heap of. ruins to which that place had
been reduced, on the $2d ult. They hadfur-.
ther strengthened-themselves in the Morea
by the acquisition of Argos and Corinth, from
both of which cities they had expelled the
Greeks. -
. Sir R FERGUSON wished to inquire of his
Majesty's Ministers; if her Majesty was to be
crowned ? .
answer, said, that the Queen had made an ap-
plication on the subject, which hlad not yet
been answered by the Law Officers; but as
far as he was aware, there was no intention
that her Majesty should participate in the
[A -consersatton ensued between Lord Los-
noNUEiRY and M'ir. I)DESMAN. Mr. citfarged
the Law (Officers with neglect of duty, in not
havingi answered on Saturday a letter transmit-
ted from the Queen on JMfonday: 'Lord L. in,

his turn, taxed the Queen's Counsel with remiss-
ness, in having so long neglected to prefer the
Queer/s claim to be crowned.-In answer, M'Jr.
D. said, that it was not, until lately that they
knew a Coronation was to take place. He re.
marked, that her Majesty had sent two memori-
als which were not answered, in consequence rf
which a letter had been sent thaf day, but as yet
no reply woas given; and concluded by insinu-
ating, that he could hope but litle from the

Council to whom her.Majesty had addressed her on Monday evening. They have our best
memorials. Lord L. concluded, by remarking, wishes for their arrival at their Academy in r
that es a Privy Counsellor he was bound to se- continued health. t
crecy ; but he could assure the House that any
claim of her Majesty would be fully attended to; CADET'S VISIT TO QUINCY.
and, though the Ministers might have formed The following is the address of President M
their opinions on the general subject some time' ABAMS to the Corps of Cadets, on tfteir visit
since, they considered themselves bound, when a on Tuesday last to Montizillo, and their. An- _
grave application was made, to give it full con. swer :- ADDRESS. r
On a question, what the probable expense ly/ young Fello'-. Citizens and Fellow.Soldiers,
of the, Coronatio would be ? The Chancellor I rejoice that I live to see so fine a collection of
~~~,of th ee o tior weuld thtethe future defenders of their country, in pur- ,
of theExchequer remarked, that suit of honor under the auspices of thle national ]
was provided for last session, and though government.
some additional might be proposed next ses- A desire of distinction is implanted by wsture in 9
sion, it would not be a very large addition. every hutan bosom,-and the general aran ] of
mankind in all ages and countries, cultivated and:
BOSTON, l uncultivated, has excited, encouraged, and ap-
ct rT~ni 7 Is-i Tlrr'r mi ; plsuded this passion in military men more than c
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGST 18, 1821. in any other order'in society. Military glory is c
OCCUPATION OF PE.N'SA COLA. esteemed the first and greatest of glories. As your
profession is at least as solemn and sacred as any in
The U. S. s'oop of war Hornet, Capt. REED, 'amnian life, it behoves you seriously to consider--
has arrived in New-York from Pensacola, What is glory ?
via Havana, to which last place she convey There is no real glory in this world or in any
via Havana, to which last place she .convoyed. other but such as arises from wisdom annri benevo- !
two ships. employed as transports to convey lhence. There can be no solid glory among men
the garrison f Pensacola to C a. on the but that which springs from equity and humanity
the garrison of Pensacola-om the constant observance of Prudence,
17th July, West-Florida was delivered up to Tenperance, Justice and Fortitude. B.,ule., vie-
General JACxso, in due form; and the oc. storiess and-conquests abstracted from their only
justifiable object andA;end-which is justice and
cupation of the whole Colony being com.- peace,-are the glory-of fraud, violence and usur- -
pleted, he issued the following .s' .ln. What was the glory of ALEXANDnR and
"" t.MAT K'- ir-t,, ?-the glimmering which those livid
PROCLAMATION, i',.me." in Milton," cast pale and dreadful"-or
By .3Major-General ANDREaw JACK.SOW, Govern- tbhe "sudden blaze which far round illumined
or of the Provinces of the Floritlas, Sc. &c. 1Hell.",
Whereas, by the treaty concluded.between Different !-far different! is the glory of WASii-
the United States and Spain, on the 22d day ianItTO, and his faithful colleagues! Excited by no
of February,' 1819, and duly ratified; tihe ambition of conquest or avaricious desire of wealth
Provinces of lioe Fluridlas asere ceded-by W'-iritmtld m. 'ali' iin e,or revenge
Spain to ft'-l'tir.is.d SrUt-., and 'the posses- I.-prohmpted0ony by the.love .toicr ns b
sin of the saidProvinces is now in the U. osl patriotism and philanthropy--they per-,
l S tk e w-. .. e ered with invincible constancy in defence of
nited Slates h ., their country-herfundamental laws-her natural,
And' whereas, the Congress of the United essential, and .inalienable rights and liberties, a-
States, on the third day oftMarch, in the pres- against the lawless and ruthless violence of tyranny
ent year, did enact, that until the end, o the and usurpation..
first session of the seventeenth Congress, tin- The biography of these immortal Captainrs, and
less provision for the temporary government thehistory of their great actions,youwill read and
of said Provinces be sooner made by Con- ruminate night and day.-You need not investigate
gress, all the military, civil,'and judicial pow. anticuity, or travel into foreign countries to find
es exercised by the officers of the existing models of excellence in military commanders,
government of the said Provinces, shall be r" t s i of a t eri
...... ey or opptession, towards friends or enemies.
vested in such person and persons, and shall imitation of such great examples-ii, tlhe
he exercised in such manner as the President most exalted transports of your military ardor,
of the United States shall direct, for the ever, in the day of battle, you will be constantly
maintaining the inhabitants of said territo. overawed by a conscious sense of the dignity of
ries in the free enjoyment of .their liberty, your characters as men-as American citizens, and
property, and religion; and the President of as christians.
the United States has, by his commission I congratulate you on the great advantages you
bearing date the teshth day of said March, in- possess for attiaing eminence in letters and science
t.me .. p as well as in arms. These advantages are a pre-
veste.me wth a dutieshpo ers, charged CIuos deposit, which you otght to consider as a
me with the several dttties heretofore held sacred trust, for which you are responsible to your
and exercised by the Captain General, In- country andl tO a higher tribunal. These adtanta-
tend-ant, and governors aforesald ; ges and the habits you have acequired, will qualify
I have therefore thought fit to, issue this you for any courseof life youmay choose to pursue.
my Proclamation, making known the p,'em- Tltrt I may notTatigueyou with'too many words
ises, and to declare that the government here- allow me to address every one of you, in the lan-
tofore exercised over the said provinces un. guage of a Roman Dictator to his master of the
des t atthorsty of Spai, Pos ceased, n horse, after daring and dangerous exploit for the
der te authortv of Spain,, has ceased, and' safey of his country
that that ofthe U. States of America is es: ,Mlacte Virtute esto."
tablisled over the'same ; that the inhabitant JOHN ADAMS..
thereof will he incorporated ip the Union of A M
the United States, as soon as may be consist. ANSWER.
ent with the principles of the federal Consti- Sin-With sentiments of pride and gratitude
tutlioi, and admitted 1o the enjoyment of all we receive this invaluable testiniony of regard and
the privileges, rights and immunities of the patronage from one of the fathers of our glorious
citizens' of the United States-that in the independence-from one who assisted in bi making
mean time, they shall be maintained and pro- the link thpt bound usto the throne of tyranny, and
tested in the fe e enjoyment of their liberty, contributed to the establishment of that freedom
ptecte an the 'religion they of teiss; t.ert, .which we have sworn to preserve inviolate. We
property and the region they profess ; that cannot forget, Sir, that to your exertions in the
all laws and municipal regulations which c ouuncils of our country, we are indebted as citi-
were. l existence at the cessation of the late 'zens, not only for our-political existence, but for
government remain in full force ; and all ci- that importance which we now hold in thie scale of
vil officers, changed with their execution, National Ch'u'-acter; and as Soldiers for the strong
except those whose powers have been spe- atind able sport afforded by you to our gteat
cially vested in me, and except also, such Washington, in laying the foundation of that Insti-
officers as have been intrusted' with the col. tutien whase members are now presented to you,-
lection of the revenue, are continued in their e as-ued, Sir, the recollection'of this interesting
fle intons, durn se ipea stire ofntheGoh, .- interview shall ever add pleasure aud pride to re-
functions, ding the pleasure of the G tospection ; and the impressions madeby the hos-
nor for the time being, or until provision pitalitv and distinction wo have this day received
sh ,II... .-.r,5 is.hie aile.. ... from the sange-at-Monti.iUo, will he-,ntitned so long
An1 1 Ih. Ire r tl si t andl enjin all tife as pride antigratitude aind benevolencelhold a place
i',.' i.,t-nt, ',nd o'h.r r.',- sol,, ., i lin the sad in our hoson s. .
Provinces, to be faithful and true in their L- In sinrl'wving that galaxy of worthies who achiev-
legiance to'the United States, and obedient esdourindependencewe'fecognizeamongitsbright-
t' the laws and authorities of the 'same, n- est stars the name and virtues of our venerable pat-
der full assurance that their juist rights will' ro ahothis dy gives another r evidence of that
d'. i,' f"ai jss ss- s policy which led him to advocate in the cabinet the
be under -the guardianship of the United establishment of military nursery forourncounuiy.
States, and will be maintained from all force On looking back, Sir, on the years which have
and violence from without or within. crowned you with honor and renown, wve are grati-
Giveni at Pensamola, this 17th day of July, fled in observing that it was under your wi-e and
one thousand eight hur.dred and twenty- happy administration that our infant institution at-
one.: ANDREW JACKsON. tract;d patronage and interest, and those advanta-
,By the Governor, ges which we now enjovyas abody began, to devel-
R. K. CALL, Acting Secretary; ope ihemnselves. We recognize in your friendly
S s and paternal address t.-. is til,,l .l-,%. the same unde-
". viating principles of ipht,.brir.d1..', which guided
SNATIONAL CADETS. you in the arduous struggles for independence,
Early on Thursday morning the general wich gae strength and energy to means, and de-
was beat in the Cadet camp, and immediately cisionuand wisdom to counsel; and we observe with
after the tents were struck, and the barl- great pleasure, that while age has enfeebled the
ion commenced its march for Charlestowrt, physics I system of our patriot statesman, the pow-
to encamp on the celebrated height in that ers of the mind retain their vigour and intensity,
town. When the corps arrived at 'the di anl the warm feelings of tlhe so' are still unchilled;
n. en rps arrid a i e, that happiness may smile around the decliningyears
ing line, on Charles-river bridge, betweeii otourvenerable patriots and statesmen, is the prayer
Boston and Charlestown, it was met by a comn- ,of these who have been nurtured in that Military
mittee of the citizens of Charlestowa, and', Institution of which he is tbc political Architect.
made welcome; and received a salute from' : lWth great respect and gratitude, we are your
the Charlestown company of artillery, station- obedient servants,
ed on their training field. The committee' JOHN C HOLLAND, Committee
then conducted the cqrps to mBreed's Hi0. ,' R. 'OLMELL, ,
where it encamped on the first memorable R. WIOLLAMW A ESes
battle. ground of the War of Independence WILLIAM W. GAILLARD, Cadets.
Assembled round Major WoerT's onarque, The nationall r Egis, after noticing the dt-
,the committee presented to the CommandI tensions shown to the giadets in Boston, adds,
an address on the occasion, and received a' It is highly pleasing to observe the atten-
suitable reply. About one o'clock the corps, tion which is paid to them in all the consid-
was invited to partake of a bonultiful Colla,- able towns which they.haVe visited. It is
tion prepared in the spacious. Hall of the towi, also creditable to New-England, in a national
and was lionored with the conranoy of tle and political point of view."
Commander in Chief, and his sutite.. 'and
'The encampment is to the southward and''
eastward of the -Monument of Warren, in au 1Crimes, Punishments, Casialties, c.
airy situation, commanding a full view of Bds- s. reaking into jail. On the 6th July some
ton, the ocean, and surrounding country.- person broke into the Ohio Penitentiary, stole
The memorable events which occurred n 0ome property, leaped over the wall, stole a
this site, in 1775, were explained ta th, e'ri.i, horse, aneti made off. It is suspected, the
by the Commander in Chief, and others, who robber was an old tenant of the prison.
took an active part, or were spectators of the In the night of the 14th June, as one Jo-
scene so justly renowned in American annals. seph Cornnwell, in Knttucky, was attempting
Major Won'e's marquee, we behiove, is to enter by force the house of Mrs. Lumkin,
pitched on tlhcangeoffthl red-6ubt th'o0wn up'" iu the absence of her husband, sise shot him
in the night previous ts the battle of tlie'iblh. dead with a rifle.
June; and in the escalade of which the.Brit-: July 18th, John Dahman, was executed at
ish experienced the heaviest part oftheirloss. New-Albany, for the murder of Frederick
The camp at every night-fall continues to Notte.
be visited by crowds, of which the ladies form Bertrand, the mail robber, and John Scott,
a most interesting and gratifying part.-And a t'hlef, lately escaped from the State Prison
the regret felt, that the arrangements of the' in New-Jersey. They used an iron hook and
corps would not admit of their visiting. S': cord, in raising themselves to the top of the
lem, is alleviatedby the circumstanceehat of wall, and then lowering themselves down on
the numerous company which attended the the outside.
parades and music on Wednesday and Thurs. The Dog Prison lately erected in Philadel-
day evenings, a large proportion were ladies phia, was consumed by fire in the night of
from that town ; many of whom condescend. the 12th inst. and a large part of the fence
ed to partake of camp fare on Wednesday round the lot t-irn up and thrown into the
eve, at the invitation of Major WonTa. fire. The fire was probably set to the build-
Yesterday the Cadets spent the day in ex- ing, by some friends of the canine species,
mining the memorable battle grounds; in who were confined in the premises.
a visit to Forts Independence and Warren, -.
and in preparations for their march home- An article in a New-Providence paper says, a
wards. that the soil of those islands being exhausted,
This morning, we learn, at an early hour, the. planters are selling their slaves, [to what
they will raise their encampment, and pass purchasers.?] and are desirous of removing to s
through town, on their way to Providence; more fertile situations.
which they expect, we also learn, to reach .

Tl ebattleofJunel7th,1775-in whichltheBritishoarmy Dog eating Dog.-Capt. Jlariner from Cu-
had more officers killed and wounded than in the blody ha, informs, that one of uury's squadron, 8
battle ofMiden,in 1758-whiel Ihasemmonly, btlincor- lately escaped from his command, and arriv- I
reedy, been denominated" Buoner.Hil(Battle." was fought e at t
on Breed'.-Hi.--Bunker-Hllt, which the British after ed at Cuba; here her cargo of dry goods,
wards fortified, is the height to the northward ol Breed's. estimated to be worth 870,000, was sold, and n
A similar misnomer has occurred recently.-Thie battle of divided among the crew. In consequence
lVaterotis always called in France the "attleof'Mot atnSt
lean;" whereas, no part of the battle was fought on that Barracoa had become inundated with dry
be,hbt, hbutouenasmuchtothesouthwardofit, asBr'eed'l goods, and silk stockings had been sold at 25
Hilld to the S. of Exaelyl rty ears andon' cets a pa.- orfolkpaper
day elapsed between these two oelebrated'battles. 0A cents a palr.--vos-olkpaper.

>-__ s,

A---- Atst 17, 1821.
U. S. 6 Per'Cents. Defer- New Eniglan ...................114
red............................3 a Man.nd Me...........6 a 7
S do. of l812....................7 Suffolk 114
133............... _84 EXCHANGE.
1814 ...................10 London... ...........
1815.....1..,li a 1 New York..........3.99i a 100
U. S. 3 Per Cents...........79 Piladelia.....99,5-8 a 00
'dc..... ...............,8 Btaltimore............991 a9B91
7 d .. ...................10 V ginia...................98a 99j
BANK SrTOCK. Charleston...............07.1 a 98
United Statle..........l12a 113 Savannah .............. 96a97
Massachlsetts......................S3 SPECIE.
Ur.ion........ .....................109 ,Spanish Dollars....... ad..
FBoston ............... ...... ......83.1 Doubloons........15S sa 1530
State.............................. 64j
TCorrected for the Columbian Centinel, ty SAMUEL
DANA, 5 Congress-street.

Committee for neit week-Barzillai Homes,
Henry Williams, Benjamin Whitmn.i, Esq.

In Newburyport, Mr. Abraham Gutter to Miss
Mary Gibson. "
In Portland, Capt. Joseph Harden, to Miss Sa-
rah IHiersey. .
In Herkimsr, N. H. Mr. William Butler, of.
this town, to Miss Juiia Darling.
In Virginia, Dr. Peyton R. Rose, to the amiable
Mrs. S.S. Crittenden, relict of the late Mr. Robert
In St. Charles, Missouri, Mr. Robert McCloud,
Editor of lie Missourian, to Miss Daphne S. Em-
mons.-Capt Daniel Howland, formerly of Rhode-
Island, to Miss Guliilda Hayes, late of Ontario
Co'y, N. York.
In this town, 'illiam Curtis, only son of M'.
Curtis Onthank, aged 15 montlhs-Mrs. Sarah
Bucklev, aged 68.
On Monday, Mrs. Hannahl Weston, aged 51.
On Tuesday, Mrs. Mary T. Mieighs, aged S2-
Mr. Moses Lewis. .
On Thursday mornning,'. Miss Elizabeth iBryant.
On Thursday, Mr. Riehard Cartwriglit Codman,
aged 23 years, of a pulmonary compainit.f -
Oni Thtursdayv, Ann Nason, youngest child of Jo-
nas and Sarah Coolidge, aged 3 years.
On Wednesday, Mr. John Bruce Cochran, set. 27.
: Last evening, widow Mary Cushing, aged 88.-
Funeral this afternoon, from her late residence in
Putrchase-street-Friends and relations are request-
ed to attend.
In Charlestown, yesterday morning, Ensign A-
bralham Bailey, jun. aged 27. His remains will be
entombed this afternoon, at o'clock, with military
honors. Friends and relations are invited to at- '
tend his funeral, at his late dwelling-house, in Cor-
In Milton, on Friday, 10th inst. Mrs. Betsey
Reed, aged 31, u ife ofMr. William Reed, Preoeer-
orof Milton Academy.
In Taunton, Capt. Oliver Soper, aged 82.-Mr.
Rufus Leonerd, aged 80.
In Pembroke, the 2d inst. Mrs. Susanna Stetson,
aged 64, .
In Rochester, Miss Luraina Lovell, aged 23,
laughter of the late Capt: Nehemiah L. ol Barn.
table, formerly of this town.
In Newbury, widow Elizabeth Knight, aged 78.
In Salem, Mrs. Sarah H. Briggs,.wife ot Capt.
Samuel B.jnn. aged 39.
In Beverly, widow Eleanor Smith, upwaids of
0 years of age--Mairy, daughter of Hon. Robert
Rantoul, aged 14.
In Gloucester, on Sunday last, after a short ill-
ess, Mr. Wm. Clark, aged about 25. f
In Grafton, Mr. J"aeph Wood, aged 66.
In Portland, Mr., David Rice a soldier of the
evolution, aged 60.
In Plainfield, N. J. Bev. Robert F. Randolph,
1. D. aged 58.

nRepeslt DTatsi B aa7,aa t.:. Mceif
reports of the death of BUONAPArTE. can be
traced tp one source, .and depend- for their'
veracity on the fact,. that the brig of war,
which is stated to have touched at" Ascension
had despatches on board announcing the e-
vent. These reports are more particular than.
reports usually are, stating as they do, the
day of his death, and the disease of which lie
died ; added to which they have been-circu-
lated by a distinguished officer.-It cannotbe
supposed that Com. CoLLIER would have re"
heated the report, had he not believed it to be
authentic. Still, it may be remarked, thit he
only reports that it was said, the despstches
Contained an account of the Ex-Emperor's
death ; and the inquiry will be a natural one,
why if B's death occurred before the'brig of
war left St. Helena, some of her officer5
should.not'have known the fact, and know.
ing it, should not have reported it to Com.
manding officer; at Ascenesion ? No inju-.
ry could possibly have resulted from the
disclosure. But whether true or false, .much
importance cannot attach to the report. In
the present state of Euro pe,and while the Al-
lied Monarchs continue united, and true to'
their declared system of policy, the death of
NAPOLEON BuI0oAPARTE an have,.no more ef-
fect on'the affairs of Europe,'than the death
of JosEar or LIcE. : ,

-Fr'm Russia. Capt.'HAnis, who._had ar-
,rived from St. Petersburgh, informs, that soon
after the Emperor AEXANDEa arrived in his
capital, between 30:and 40,000 troops were
put in march, destination unknown'.

0'(The British Consul presents his respects to
the Rev. Mr. LANSING, and requests he will notifyy
to his congregation and the ialiAbitanits ofTappan
and its vicinity, that owing to as intimation that
some low unprincipled men had determined to in'
terrupt the removal of tlhe remains of the late Ma-
jor ANDRE, and the Consul fearing to occasion any
disturbance has, by the advice of several gentle-
men, deemed it prudent to remove the remains in
a different manner than was at first contemplated.;
the Consul wishes it to be generally understood
that no other procession was intended than the at-
tendance of'a few British officers who had ex-
pressed a desire to accompany the remainsto to the
British packet. To the inhr.bitants of Tappan the
Consul tendertish, e ,r .tfl T s:.I ., Ik.li..r. i,
the kindness I. e- .IN in ,r.1 tr,, n. t ,, i t [ r, -
mains.- The s% ,i al .r ,nd I. .I,..t thiey "Je .'r,.i
all manifested tl':, idl ti tle t.rt e uUl i]., til..;t .'. t
Major ANDRE., claims for them 'praise beyond
what will take another opportunity of making known.
Tappan, Aug. 11, 1821.

.Domestic Telegraph.-This invention pos-
sesses the merit of saving much trouble and
delay in 'obtaining any thing through the as-
sistance of domestics'; it is ingenious and
worthy public attention, One of them is
placed in Merchants'-Hall for inspection.,

To CORRESPONDsENTS. In answer to Z"
we say, Joanusoit defines" affluence" thus:
ArrFLENcr. Concourse. The, act of flow.
ing to any place.
I shall not relate the ffluence of young nobles
from hence into Spain, &c. I WOTTON.
A considerable concourse of ladies and gentle-
men assembled to witness this interesting ceremo-
ny. Eveniing Post.
CowcornsE. The confluence of many per-
sons to one place. JOHnsoN.

On Thursday afternoon, Mr. JEsasE HATwrrtT
S. ,i.': l- i I t t I r i'.. ,
Mlri, tl.'] ...I, Pt .-rr i.v r'.% Mr. Pease, of Swan-
'z ( ), (-ror..r '..r, S rr-r.n by Rev. r.
Gano,ot Providenct ; Praver by Rev. Wr. Curtis,
of Pawtuxet ; Charge by Rev. Mr. Benedict, of
Pawtucket; Right Hand of Fellowship by Rev.
Mr. Tobey, of North Providence ; and Conclud.
ing Prayer by Rev. Mr. Pitman, of Seekonk,
(Mass) ,

At 'Poir.5tl. July, Edmunld Longley, by.
falling from a tree, aged 18, late of this town.
In Philadelphia, Col. James W. Suraat, aged 29.
In St. Albans, Vt. Jonathan IHoyt, Esq. aged 67.
In New-York. at the Alms House, Mr. William
H. Burtsell, aged 59 ; urpwards of twenty of which
were spent in sickness and suffering, occasioned by
wounds which he received in the service of his
Drowned from on board sch. Dispatch, on her
passage from Boston to Pot-tland, Mr Amos B.
Stimpson, of Gorham, aged 29.
In St. Louis Missouri, Major Abiel Wilson, for-
merly of New Hampshire.
At St. Pierres, Martinique, Mr. Samuel Leach,
ot Salem, mate of brig Neutrality.
At Matanzas, July 22, Capt. John Brsown, of
brig Galaxy, of Boston, aged 33.
At Cape Hlaytien, Mr. George Krochmann, of
Bremen, and senior member of the late house of
George Krochimann & Co.-Mr. Warren, of Ply-
mouth, Mass. cooper.


WfDNESDAr, August 15--Arrived; slooeps-GGib, L"
veil, and Hero, Gould, N. York ; Lady Washington, Osborn.
do.; Herald, Bridgeport; Rockets, Hart, N. Bedford.
Cleared-brig Federal George, Field, ialtimore; sebs.
Camden, Eben. Perking, Cape Hayftien; Cent. Hallet,
Norfolk ; Five Sisters, Hawes, and Alexander, Lewi., Al-
exandria; sloops Rapid, Beers, N. York, Mary, Churchill,
Hartford ;, teo. Washington Nantucket.
TiURSDA, Atgustn 16.-Arrived, ship Caroline, Gisby,
N. Orleans, 30, and 27fron Balize ; brigsFranklin, Bath ;
leuber^,r Ellza, Harris, of N. York, 17 days from St. Msa-
ry's; st l Wicker, Ward, Richmond ; Maid of the.Mill,
Walker, Phila.; Bee, Harvey, Charleston, 15; Palestine,
Bath. .
Came up from quar. seh. Orion, of Blue Hill.
Cleared-Brig Washington, Basset, Newburyport; schs.
Doris, Williams, Cape Haytien; Boston, Sbackford, East-
port; James Monroe, Scudder, Providence; f loops Martha
Jane, Lombard, N. London ; Packet, Newburyport. -
FRIDJIY, August 17.-Arrived, bark Gar-
land, Hilton, 57 days from Cronstadt. SpokeJJuly
8th, off Fair Isle, brig Hope, and ach. Osprey,
from Crohstadt f,e Mart.l,..,hri-13th'ih l. Cape
Sable,N.E.by N. ;B o,.1:, .1 l Ar, :. 'ANoirth
Yarmouith, fishir .--It,' I ,, inL. 66, seh.
Madison, 17 days from Grand Bank for Marble-
head, with 9000 fish-15th, Mount Desert, N. E.
20 leagues, seh. Romeo, of Boston, fishing-1 6th,
Cape Ann, W. by S. 30 leagues sell. Junio, froan
the Gutiof Canso, for Manchester, with 1800 fish
-last night Cape Ann, W. by N. 14 leagues, sloop
*Jefferson, White, 4 days from St. Andrews for
Also att. ,brigTwo Friends, Smith, 47 days from
St. Ubes.: Sailed 2d July'in co: with brig'Midas,
Webster, for Portland. Left no America 'vessels.
Brigs Peace, Weeks, for Portland ; Abigail,
Tircomb, for Alexandria; and.President, Tripp,
for New Bedford, all soiled 9 days previous.-
Spoke nothing..
.Also ar. sch. Victory, Snow," Halifax, 5 days.-.
Left sch. Only Son, Fuller, retailing cargo ; In.
fant, Collier, disc.; Hunter, Sears, under Seizure
on account of a passenger having concealed some
Canton crapes ; the British Packet Princess Eli-
zabeth from New Yorkwva' also under seizure fr."
the same'eause; sch.iazard, Higgins, fr. N.York V
Packet, Bowses, from Norfolk. Sch. Joseph
Cr6owll,for Yarmouth; Mary, Crowell, for Phi.
ladelphia had sailed. Seh. Little Cherib, Athe.
am, for Boston sailed 3 days previous. Sailed iti
co. with sch. Mary Ann, Prince for Portland. .
"Also aor. schs. Benj. Franklin, Wing, Philadel-
phia, 5 days; Mlexican, Whitun, Philadelphia, 5
days; Charlotte-Farquhar, ef Yarmouth, N. York;
Ceres, Manson, Philadelphia, 5.
ADlso sloops Belle, Hubbell, Bridgeport ; 'A las,
Drinkwater, of N. Yarmouth, Eastport, 6 8 RP,-
dolph, Proetor, Gloucester.
Came up' from quar. sch. Mary,,fror.m Calabar
river (Africa)-heard of no American vt,. s ,..n
that part of the coast. Spoke no American vessels'..
Arr. at quarantine brig Sam, Smith, (late Up-
ton, who died at Havana 8th July) IT days from
Havana. Left 30th ult. ships Eagle, Davis, disc. ;
Isis; Woodhnry, Antwerp, 8 days ; brigs Mary
Ann, Moore, Bremen, 3 days ; Rambler,Holmes,
Boston,'4; William, Pierce, Antwerp, 9,; Han-
nah, Perkins, Portsmouth, 14; Milo, Hall disc. {
Morris, 'Boddily, Baltimore, 10; 'Maryland, Bis-
sell, just ar. ; Nancy, Taylor, Portland, 8 days ;
Rubicon, Daggett, .Boston, 8; Levant, Gardner,
Portland, 4 ; Falcon, Paine, Antwerp, 9; ship
New Galen, Harris, from Pernambuco,just arr.;
schs. Emily, Robbins, New London, 2 or 3 days
Zealous, Saunders, Boston, uno,; Mechanic, My-
], k.l,.irlee6ort, 4; \,nmazon. Htiwar.d, Portland,
S- ,i,,.. -,, -'.r-. ,ir, -BR, l<-h., nst- -rT. ye -
Ann, Morgan, BIoston, I day; decline, Israel, 1$
II.. I orn St. Augustine, just arr. ; sloopMRapid
13 days from do. do. ; Spark, Pinkham, N. York
10 days.
Also sch. Jane, Miller, Havana, 22 days. Left
25th July (not reported by' the Sam) brigs Argo,
Lincoln, 'isc.; Forest, Morgan, New York, 2
a; Miar.-, Lewis, Hafpswell, just arr.; Geo.
1 llck,, th, Bi 1,. It, Europe, line. Mary, Dennis,
30 days from Newbufyport; James-&-Isabelia,
Emery, 28 days from Boston; Sophia, Deering,
31 days from Portland all Just arr..; schs. Cherub,
Bishop, for Boston, Capt. on shore sick; Mary-
Annm,Stackpole, Portland, un.e.
llsosch. Joseph, Stephens, 23 days from Cura-
.8lso sch. Climax, froTm .,t.,riz.a
Cleared, sohs. Eliza-k-Nancy, Gage, Martinique,
by Downer & Baldwin; Ellen, Amsbury, St. John,
"N. B. by Doggett & Barnes; Helena, White, Sul-
livan.; brig Aleiope, Adams, Richmond; sloops
Mary-Ann, Ortm, Norfolk; New Packet, Hazel.
tiie, Newboryport.

Imported since 11th iRst.-2569 bbls. Flour-
,19843 bushels Corn-1727 bushelsRye-280 chests,
1370 half chests, and 240 catty boxes Tea-2 hhds.
33bShoxes, 5 bhls. and 328 bags Sugar-557 hhds. 1
tierce,snd 47 bbhls. Molasses-168 tierces Rice-271
pipes, 155 half pipes, and 220 quarter pipes Wine-
287 hhds. 1004 kegs, and 37 half kegs Tobacco-254
whales Cotton-586,000 Qlills-2- puncheons, 89
pipes 67 tierces, 94 half pipes, 2 butts, and 3kegs
Palm Oil-215 hbli. Rye Coffee-6868 bars Iron
-228 packs Sail Cloth-53 bales Ravens Duck-
150 packs half Duck- -422 tons Plaster, &e. &c.
Salem, .August 17.-Arr. sch. Fame, Skerry.
20 days from Matanzas, with coffee, sugar, cocoa
and tobacco, to J. J. Knap. Left sch. Argo. Wes-
ton, of and for Salem, in 5 days ; brig Climax,
Heussler, (late Brown,) for Boston 3 or 4 days ;
sch. -- ., Stimnon, belonging to Petei s & Pond,
of Boston, to sail in 10 days; sch. Maxwell, for
Rhode-Island, andanumberof others, names not
recollected. Spoke, July 29, lot. 24, 9, Ion. 81,
10, sch. William, Dawson, of Frankfort, 21 days
from Baltimore.
From Aux Cayes, Juiy 15.-(" There are now in port, the
Juno, of Salem, and Salmon:, Colbv.of Newburyport. An
American seh. anchored to day, under the Isk au Vache,
and landed thee apt. and 2 men belontring to brig Byron,
of Kennebunk-the Byron hove to, offJacquemel, i2th inst.
the capt. and2 men wentashore to try the market, asd
while ashore the wind came on to blow so fresh that thev
could not retura-the Byron put to sea, and he had not since
heard of her.--They took passage in sch. Hunter, expec-
ting to find their vessel here."

At Aux Cayes..Tuly 22. sehs. Juno. Low, Boston 15 days;
Johnson, Colby, Newburyport, unec.; brig Superior, Per-
kins, Kennebunk.
At Liverpool, July 3, ships South Boston, Maxwell, arr.
same day from Charleston; Mount Vernon, Smith, for
Boston, loih; Telegraph, Coffin,do. 20lh.
At Matanzas, brig Fanny, with all hands sick but the
Cook; understood the captain was getting better-the mate
died 5 days previous to her arrival; and a seaman expired
in port, July 15.
At St.'l'lom s,31stult. Hope, Alexandria, 10; Ant Boston,
6; brig Ehlzabeth, Shankland. do. 12
The t Columbus, for Bath, 3 or 4 days, was at Bermuda,
26th slt.
At Bassetetre, July 20. Jane. Bath, 10 ; Union, uncer.
Stt. Phoebe, for Bristol, R. I. unc. wasit Baracoa,
23d unt.
At Mstanzas,July 25, Prize, of R. Island, uno.; Enter-
prize,of do. for N. York. 10; Mentor, Pratt, of do, ar. 23d;
Fame. Salem, soon; Galaxy, Boston, 3; brig Fanny, of do.
from Mobile.ar. in distressabout 10 days before.
At St. John, N. B. about 4th inst. Nancy, New York,2 ;
Eliza, ofNewburyport do. 3.
At St. Pierres, Jly the oHannah, Marbhlehead, do. ;
Wim. do. 23 ; Sarah, do. 10 -C. It. Mallory. St. Thomas,
soon ; Ten Brothers, dis.; Ann & Mary, Gloucester, not
Sd inst.off Passage Island, brig Ellea I day from St.
Thomas, for Boston.
Aug.l lat. 4.2. Ion. S9., shin Mercury, Nichols, 5 days
from Boston for Liverpool-all well.
June 9. off Williams Stide, brig Jane, of Boston, ss5 days
rom New Bedford.
Aug. 12, off Smith's Point, James River, brig Margaret
k Sarah. of Boston, botund up.
Aug. 7, lst 36, Ion. 72, brig Reaper, 3 days from New
London for Turks Island.
Aug. 8, let. 37, psed a coppered brig, with a figure
June 18, off the Drago, ship Saco,

head, standing S. E.; saw Boston on h i stern t could
at5tascrtaiii her 1aime.
July 17, lat. 5, Ion. 4, seh. Franklin, of Cohasset, fiom
Ocricock for taork.
June 26, lt.a.7. ion. 23, 30, ship Rousseau, 122 days from
Ilatavin t'or Amsterdara.
Juiy 29,1st. 40, 40, an. 62, brig Harriet, Tuft, 8 days
from for St. Thomas.
Aug. 1,lat. 41ilon. 66, ship Ploughboy, 32 hours from
Aug. 7, lat. 38, Ion. 75, sch. Gen. Brewer,;from this port.
Aug.7, lat. 37,on. 73, sch. Planter and sloop Irk, with
40 bbls. oil.
July 9, lat. 39, Ion. 50, sell. Phoebe, from Marlehead.
Aug. 1, off Haveinu, brig Volant, 32 days from Santa
Marthafor this port,and supplied with provisions. '
Lat. 40. eao, 43, slch. Dolhiun, (probably Dollar) hence
for Gibraltar.
Cape Cod, W. N. W. 22 lea. seh. Leader, from Portland
for Richmond.
July 5, ilt. 14, 30, N. Ion. 25, brig Indui, 29 dela from
Salem for Batavia.
Aug. 9, Shoal of George's N. by E. sch. Trayal, from
Wiscaassrt. ,-
Ju:y,1. af. 58, Ion. 1, E. brig Samoset, of Plymouth, from
Goetueuburg for this port.
July 12. lat. 40,lon. 28,30, ship Columbus, 17 days from
Lat.40,42, Ion. 69, 40, brig Francis, from Pt. Petre for
Brig Dido.Bessom, from St. Ubes 54 days, arr.at Marble-
head yesterday afternoon.
Seb. Salmon, Colby, from Newburyport, has ar. at Aux
Brig Horatio, Snow,has sailed from nRio Janeiro for Am-
A ,'.at S'emri, brigNeutrality, Thompson, 21 days from
Jaemel. CI. brig Jasn. Batcehelder, S. Amro ica ; schs. Cy.
ras, Sfidlaber, Maranham ; Catherine, Cheever. W. Indies.
Arr. at Marbl-ihead, schs. Five Sisters, D'APiver, 7 days
front Trinity, MAirt.; Speedwell, Broughton. Para, Bra-
zils;3S days,
Aru. at.Alexandria, Aug. I0.seh. Morning Star, Mentor,
Hallowell, 15 days. Sailed brig Edward Eoster, Atwell,
Arr. it Norfolk, Aug. 9. sebhs. Susan, Thompson. Bath,
.Me. 11; Lancaster, Tapscott, Turks Island ; sloop Roxa '
na, Smiuth, Boston, 8. In Hampton Roads ship Mandarin,
Moores, London.
PHILADELPHIA, August 14-Arrived, ships Tusea-
ror'S, test, Liverpool, 87; Schuikill. Hardie. Havana,1;
brigs Vancouver, -McKenzie, Gibtaltar, 5S; Comr. Porter,
Bel St. Croix, 14; Timandara, Yarnell, Brazils; selhs.
Climax, St. Andrewi, ; Leauder, Crowell. Boston. 13 ;
Argo, Cliaibers, St. Thomas ; Sistars, Jackson, Aux Cay-'
es. Cl. ship Albert, Silter, Bashmas.
.NEW YORK, Aug. 15-Arrivngd ship Jones.. Gooday,
St. Petersburng54days; Elsineur, 49, and Fair Island, 38;
Dutch brig Lion, Dubsis. Antigua and 13 days from St.
Eustatia; schs. Pilgrim,Thompsofi, Sl. Andrews. 8 ; Mor-n.
.ing Star, Hiimnr. do. do.; Victory, Higgins, d6.do.; sleoo
"Trn Sisters. Hallett, Bath, 10 ; Henry,'Kempton, N. Bed-
ford,4. Cl. ship Mary, West, Liverpool. Sailed brig Me-
cbanie, ay. for Trinidad Cuba;'
BALTIMORE, August 12-Arrived, ship Brunswiek,
Bevan, Ratterdlam, 54; iehs.4,melvins, Conklin, St. Tho-
mas 8; Baltimore. Moody. St. Andrews; Fair Trader,
EKnight, do. U1. schs. Maria, Snow, Aux Caycs ; Theban,
CotterellJaemel. 13tb,hr. seh. Argo. Walstrumi, Mntan-
aus, 12 ; britrs Iundustry, Spurlinog, St. Andrews, 16. Cl.
brig Alert, Chapman, Bristol; subs. Sylph. Thomas, Port-
land; Gen. Jackson, Hallet, Boston.

Copartnership Dissolved.
FT E Copartnership, existing between the sub-
scribet s under the firm of
is this day by mutual consent dissolvd. All per--
sons .having demands. are desired to present them
mand receive payment. Those indebted aresolicit-
ed to pan eitl*r of the undersigned.
HENRY WAINWRIGHT, No. Exchange-st.
T'HO'S JACKSON, No. 40, Broad-street."
Boston, Aiugust 18, 1821.

At Store No. -, Exchange-street, has for sale a
Good. assortrhent of EARTHEN AND GLASS
At Stoie No. 40, .Broad-street, has. for sale a
and assortment of EARTHEN AND 6'LASS
WARE. a. .august 18.
coRX, RICE, COTTON, s c.
TI .-&- E. LINCOLN, No. 45, Losg-wharf,

*t.have for sal, on board of sch. Ceres from
2700 bushels Rou.nd Yellow, Corn.
--.I STORE-- .
12 tierces Rice ; 40 bales N. Orleans Cotton,
8I bbls. old Kentucky Whiskey.
aug 18

Cotton, Russia Shleeings,. Sugars.
IT .. 3O. 30 Ik'DIA.STREST T,
2 LaosdiNg from sap .Minerva,
32 bales New-Orleans Cotton.
From bra-i_ Barsra,
56 'bhl., Ru:.ti, She,-t.r.gse,.ti led to debenture,
From jch. Jun e,
40 boxes Havana brown Sugars. aulg 18 ,
0rfO be sold--3000 lbs. of full blood MERINO
" WOOL, washed clean upon the Sheep'siback,
i. fins i Od,r, andfrom afloek selected, and as fine
as anr in the Country, for cash or credit of one or
two, or three years, upon unquestionable security;
with good notes upon interest after sixty days. 'In-
quire of JONATHAN MASON, jun. at. No., 9
Mount Yern6n, where the Wool may, at any time be
examined. .' august 18
7TlWO'hundred arid fifty pigs Spanish Lead, for
1 sate, by R. D. TUCKER CO. No. 32,
India-street. '. august 18

7 HE subscribers having formed a Copartnership,
9 their business will be united at Ne's.17 and
19, Market-street, under the firm of
augl 8 is WILLIAM W. STONE.
tIHIDS.D prime retailing Molasses, now land-
5 ing and for sale by F. WAT S, No. 41,
Long-wharf 2 spis aug 11
State Bank Stock and 6 per cent. Stock
of 1813......rol SALE Y
bVo. 12, 0' .,JHANGE-ST'tEET,
august 8 3spis
Tabby Velvets,' Merino Wool, <4c.
1 case black colored Tabby Velvets,
1 trunk best blk. and blue Naples Sewing Silk,
I baiesuperfine and common blue Broadeloths,
2 do. mixt and Hareback Sattinetts,
1 case nettcotton Suspeiders,
I do. Plaid andfaney figured Cravats,
1 bale twilled,Bombazetts, '
I case Ladie- fine white Cotton Hose,
Britannia iHdkfs.: few black. Leghorn Bon-
nets Oil .Cloths.; American Ginghams; light
Fancy Pri'ts; black Synchaws and Sarsnetts.
.Jiso--100 boxes No. 1 and 2, Chocolate, .
10 barrels ground Ginger,
50 pair Wellington Boots, brass heels,
1000 resms Wrapping Paper,
2 bipes Cognac Brandy,
12 bbls. Cherry Rum,
25 gross American Porter,
1 cask Box Coff.e Mills,
10 bales Merino Wool, 'superior quality,
Many of the above Goods will'be sold very
cheap to close several accounts.
antgu.it 15 4. pis

Copartnership Dissolved.
Tr HE connexion in business heretofore exist-
ing between the subscribers, itnder the firm
of JOSIAII CLARK, Jr. & CO, is by'mutual
consent herely dissolved. All persons having de-
mands against said firm, are. -requested to present
them for payment, and those indebted are called
upon to make payment to JOSIAH CLARK, Jr-.
at No. 41,-State-street, who is 'duly authorized to
adjust the concerns of the late firm.
aug 3, 1821. JOSIAH CLARK, Jr.

Copartnership Formed.
TITE subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public, that they have formed
a connexion in business, under the firm ob CLARK
& FROBISHIER, and ssall continue to transact
business at the Stand recently imnpioved by the
latefirm of JOSIAH CLARK, Jr. & CO. No.
41, State-street. JOSIAII CLARK, Jr.
Wheie they have fur sale, a general assortment
of WEST-INDIA GOODS-also, a few barrels
prime mess Beef, Srwis aug 3

.Mo. 59, STATE-ST'R ET,
H AVE for sale, just received- eases Wright's
superior sewing Cotton, white and assorted
colors. Also, a general assortment of American
manufactured Cotton and Woollen Goods ; Letter,
Writing, Printing Paper, &c. Sis aug 18

Superior old Whiskey, London Por-
ter, 4-c.
V1M. CALLENDER, No. 24, Court-
T street, has for sale,
Superior old Whiskey, by bbl. or Jess quantity,
Hibbert's best London Porter, put in casks of 3
doz. each,
Prime Cigars, from Havana;
Bags old Java Coffee, 20 to 100 lbs.
Gunpowder, Imperial, j
1\Hyson, Young Hyson, TER,
SHyson Skin, Souchong.
iBest WINES and SPIRITS, &c. &e.
The sbove, with many other articles making a
complete,assortment of best GROCERIES, are of-
fered at tlir prices for Cash. aug 18

Caiton G0oo0ds...per brig Clarion.
F OR sale, by RICtARD D. TUCKER &
CO. No. 32, India-street,
14 cases black and colored Crapes, 18 to 22 tale,
8 do. Damask Crape Shawls, 2-8,
9 do. black twilled anudfringed 4-4 Hdkfs.
1 do. checked Sarsnets; 1 do. black Satins,
1 do. first quality Florentine,
1 do. containing a variety of striped and figured
Colored Florentines,
White Sitin and black Camblet.
.Jlbo, from the vessel,
25 cases preserved Ginger,
8 chests first quality Rhubarb,
10 rolls Straw .arpeting. aug 18
H AS for sale-14,000-4OBs. .bsfB'glish t(ard
Vire, No. 30 to 33, "
100 boxes Cotton and Wool Cards,
10,000 pairs Slheos, suitable for Southern market,
1,000 boxes No.) and'2 Sap,. -s .
J casks Madeira Wine. sm'is July 5 '
L00 f just received from one of .the inost 'el
cheated manufacturers in Philadelphia, and will be
sold cheap for cash, by THO'S RICH, No. 14,;
Broad-street. .epislm July 28 '

H] AVE received by the Tiiton, from Liver-
pool, .
I bale Carpeting; bales of Flannels,.
Black Bombazetts; Cassimeres; Buckrams,
Lace Gopds; Trimmings, &e. 7.
Ginghams; Robes; Cimbrics,
White aitd fancy Cravats; English Silk Hdkfs.
Black and colored Tabby Velvets,
Imitation Muslins,
Imitation brown and white Sheetings,
7-8 and 4-4 brown and white Linens..
aulig 4is

Lead, Hare Skins, and Glass Waare.

T. .o. 33, I.3VDLA-STREET,
AS received, per Mayflower, from Hamburg,
314 pigs Leadj
00'eases Tumblers, various qualities,
1000 Russia Hare Skins,
4 bales brabrant Broadcloth.
.....Per Herald....
100 liquor Ckie aiiih gili boouies.
....,V' S'TO'RE...
50 'casks Russia yellow candle Tallow,
3 bales white Galls.
The. above goods are all entitled to debenttire,
and will ,e sold at very reasonable prices. .
July:t edpislm .
New Iable Liinen, Carpetings,etc. etc'

.os.. 18 and 2, 2 Market-street,
[IAS for sale, received per Trtion, from Liv-
Serpnol. '
0 balts Caretings, comprtLiig Brusseli, 'Vene-
ti,...- id iAiKiltrist'r, ten patterits-Rugs
to match, .I
2 cass 'fable Linen-, amongst which sre Damask
Cloths1 all sizes-Napkins to match, superior
quality, .
2 cases super. Chintz Furnitaresahd Copperplates,
1 do. Furniture.Dimities, fashionable figures,
4 bales Rose Blankets, 7-4 to 13-4, .
1 eae patent colored Threads, Nos. 20 a 30,
aug 4 ep6wis
H AVE just received-a few trunks beat Italian
SSewing SILKS. epislm July 11
'AVE received by the Volunteer, from Canton,
40 cases China Silk Goods ;-and from Hav-
re, by the Cadmus ; Sdk Hosiery; Gloves; Crapes;
Taffeta Ribbons; and elegant Garsature Ribbons.-
June 13 8spis

F UR Seal Skins of superior quality, with the
hair pulled, suitable for Napping ; prime
Spriug Beaver, and Musquash Skins-for sale by
TIMOTHY DODD, No. 6,. Merchants' Row.
ep4wis July 18
I AS this day received from Philad"tphia, a'
Large assortment of Parasols, consisting of the fol-
lowing vari,.ty If patterns, viz :
Flowered Silk,'Lined, and Ivory Handles,
do.. do. do. Wood do.'
Levantine do. do. flowered borders, Ivory do.
Florence do;. 'do. do. do.
SLeyantine do.- lined, star fringes,
Florence do. do, do. .
Do. do. flowered borders without fringes,
Levantine do. do. do.
Florence do. plain fringes,
Sarsnet do. do. do.
Do. do. for children.
The -above, will he sold at very reasonable pri
ces. epis6w may 23
-DES'PECTFULLY informs his friends and the
J- public, that.he has. taken Store No. 24, Mer-
chants' Row-where.,he has for sale, a General As.
sortnientof W. I. GOODS, wholesale and retail.-
aug 15 4spisupos

H AS just received by the late arrivals and 'of-
fers for sale,
24 cases Sheathing Copper 20-to 30 oz.
12 do. bright-.-do. Copper, 22 to 28 oz.
50 Rolls Sheet Lead, 3 to6 Ibs.
12 casks dry White Lead,
6 do. do. Red do-'
50 hhds. very old English Copperas,
12 casks best English Card wire, assorted Nos.
28 to 33;
Lead Pipes suitable for Aqeduets all sizes,
April 18 istf

LINCOLN, No. 47, Curnhill, Boston, and
DAVID FELT, Stationer, 63, State-street.
Also-Silver a'4 Brass do, i Gold, Silver and
Copper Bronze. istf June 1.6

HAVE for sale at their Store head of Rowes'-.
S wharf--Clear Bone Mliddlings, N. Mess and
No. I, Pork; Mess No. I and 2, Beef; hhlds.
Hams. first quality in shipping order; 400 kets
first quality Lard, winter inspection ; 40 half bbls.
Neats Tongues ; Vinegar, &e. &c. august 18
Loopuyt '" Co's.. Schiedam Gin, and.
5 PIPES ofLoopuyt & Co's. Gin ; 40 bales
6) New Orleans Cotton ; 36 do. Alabama do..
or sale. by RICHARD D. TUCKER & CO.
No. 32, India-stret. august 18
R ESPECTFNLLY acquaints his friends and
the public, that he has commenced the Ba-
king Busines, in Roxbury-street, at the stand, late-
ly improved by H. Brown & Co. where he will
be happy to accommodate those who may favor
him with their custom, with every vwiety of Bread,
as good and cheap as can.,be furnished either in
town or country.
Dinner and Supper Rolls prepared for parties or
families at short notice. Gentlemen who may
wish their families supplied with Bread, Cakesor
Rolls, constantly, may be accommodated on good
terms, by applying as above. Prompt attention
will always be given, and every favoutr received
and acknowledged with gratitude. ep3m
august 18
THE subscribers inform 'their friends and the
public, that they have entered into copartner-
ship, under the firm of
and have taken the convenient new Room over:
:Messrs. Parker Codman's store, No. 9, Con-
gress-street, where they have established an entirely.
new Printing Office, calculated for every branch of
the business. '
Books, Catalogues, Circulars, Blanks, Handbills;
'BhiR Checks, Shop Bills j c. ce. will be priated
by them' oridctly and promptly.
aug 17, 1821. WILLIAM NICKOLS.
Patent Composition Greeni.
A UST received a'lsupply-of Russell's highly ap
j proved Patent Gr-een Coomposition, for vessels
bottoms. This article which' is so highly esteemed
in New-York said other places where it, has been
usedd' has given entire satisfaction, is now offered'
forsale'by L. FEARING & CO. No. '20, Mer-
chants' Row, with directions for using the same.
.Smis July 18

SCASE rich PlAII) FLOREsNCES, jiustopeh-1
ed for sale at No. 83, Market-stree%, by
august 15 epis4w
,VO. 47, CORJVHILL, (Up Stairs.)
AS jidst reedived an additional supply of pa-.
S tent Tim6pseces, warranted of good manu-
facture ; and will be sold wholesale and retail at
the lowest cash prices. Also a few phialss of good
Watch Oil. Watches repaired and warranted as
usual. is6w aug 8
Market-street, have just opened for sale,
an assortment of ,luslin Dresses, with and without
flounces, richly embroidered.
ALro-1 case raw Silk Mantles, elegant pat-
terns ; 4-4 and 6-4 plain andI figured T6'ead Lace;.
Thread Lace Veils; do. Mantles. 6spis aug 11
Super. black Italian Sewing Silk,.
I1 ',o 49, CORAtIILL,
IH AS just opened for' sale, :
I case super, black Italian Sewings,
I do. Cassimere Shawls, with borders,
I do. do.' do. plain,
Black Bombazines; do. Levantines; do. Sin-
chaws; do. arsnelts; black Nankin Crapes-to-
gether with a general assortment of EUROPEAN
and INDIA GOODS, wholesale and retail.
N; B.-Constantly on haid for sale, MOURN-
ING ARTICLES, of the best kind, and at fair
prices. epistf
ISAAC W. GOODttICII, Stationer, 76, State-
I street, has for hale-a complete sssortment ol
Ledgers, Journals, Wastes, Sales, Cash, Invoice
and Letter Books, with and without spring backs,
made of the very first quality 0o Paper. Also,
Cheek Books; Bi- do.; Wr'iting do. ruled and
plain. Also, a complete assortment of 'Stationary,
Nautical Books and Charts. epis3m mi 1
Steel and Brass Reeds.
SLLEN DOANE, manufactures Steel and Brass
Reeds, warranted'the first quality, for Wool
or Cotton, at Pawtucket, R.I. Orders left at Gil-
i..asu Prichard & Co's, No. 56, Cornhill, Boston,
will meet with immediate m tteuiLion.
'dec 9 enpis3m

7IHE subscriber eff'ers his services to the public
n as a Merchandize Broker. Apply at his
Counting Roomi, entrance at No. 8, State-street, or
at side door, opposite Rogers' Buildings.
0:3Particular attention paid to the article of Pot
and Pearl- Ashes.
Reference to-Hon. Joa. WzrLW xs.
.Boston, Jdy 1, 1821. 6spis
Yew Carpetings-Per Mercury.

SNo. 18 and 20, MARKET.STREET,
TAS just received, per Mercury, from Liver
pntol, 4 bales fine and superfine ingrain Car-
petting episw July

TWO genteel Dwelling Houses, situated near
Mount Vernon, on Bowdoin-place, with evdry
cutivznence ior a genteel family,, with two par-.
fours, bathing room, and seven chambers in each,-
Lesides two chambers in the attic story for domes-
tics. .Posession given on or before the first of Sep-
tember next. If sold, cash or credit at the option
ot" the purchaser. Inquire at the Centinel Count-.
ing Room.
'fanted--a good COW. Inquire as above.
ug 1 ist
ESPECTFULLY informs the public, that h
has taken the large, airy, and elegant House,
39, 'BROADWAY, Aeiw-York, which is
now prepared in a superior style for the reception
of company; and where Ladies and Gentlemen can'
be accommodated with lodgings,, either for longer
or shorter periods. Families and Parties can be
furnished, with private parlors, and separate ta-
'bles, if desired. The house will be supplied within
the choicest Liquors, and the table with every
selicacy that the New-York market affords.-
Great care wile taken that the servants shall be
ot the moft unexceptiouable character; and every
effort will lie made to render the situation of all
persons who may. favor him with tneir custom'
comfortable and agreeable. epis2m June 11

Norfolk, ss, Probate Court at Quin-
cy, August 14, 1821.
tor of the last will of Mrs. Sarah Apthrop,
late of Qiiney, in the county of Norfolk, widow,
deceased, having this day presented to me his ac-
count of said enecutorship, tbfor settlement,
Ordered, that said account 6e filed in the Probate
Office and referred to a Probate Court to be holden
at Quincy, on the second Tuesday of November'
next, then and there to be examined and decreed
upon, and the said executor is hereby directed to
notify all persons interested in said deceased's es-
tate, by publishing an attested copy of this order in
the Columbian Gentinel. printed in Boston, thieec
weeks successively, i.e last publication to be made
twenty days before the said time, that they may
then and there appear and they shall be heard con-
cerning the same, it they see cause.
EDW'D H. ROBBINS, J. Probate.
SAMUlJi14 HAVEN, Register.

r"HE annual meeting of the Society for thepro.
S motion of Theological Education at Harvard
University" will be holden in Boston, at the Libra-
ty of the Medical College, Mason-street, on
TUESDAY, August 28th, at 11 o'clock, when a
general and punctual attendance of the Members
is requested.
The Society will attend religious' service at the
ChIrch in Federal-street, on the Evening of the
Lords Day, immediately preceding Commence-
ment, The services will commence at lalf past
seven, and the annual discourse will be delivered
by Rev. Dr. RicmaoxN, of Dorchester.
:august 18 F. PARKMAN, Sec'y.
Time of making Proposals extended.

P- ROPOSALS will be received until Saturday,
the 25th' of August instant, for building and
completing a County Goal-House, for the County
of Suffolk, inclmdinig Keeper's Apartments, Court-
Room and Offices, conformably to a plan and de-
scription Ihereot,' Which' may be examined at the
Office of Win. Donnison, in the Old Court-House,
Court-street. The. proposals are to specify the
lowest sum for finishing the building, including all
materials.. Such proposals will be sealed up and
delivered to Judge Donnion, at his Office, on or
before the 25th of August instant.
ALEX'R PARRISi, architect.
august 18 3 pis
VTIHE proprietors .of the Second Turnpike Road,
in New Hanipshire, are hereby notified that
their annual meeting willtbe holden at Mr. John
Whiteomb's Coffee House, in Antherst, on TUES-
DAY,'the 18th day of September next, at 2 o'clock,
in the afternoon.
DAVID M. G. MEANS, Clark.'
emKerst, JV. H. August 15, 1821.
3'.-L. ARTIGUENAVE has -the honor of in.
forming his friends and the public,, that he
will begin in september next, two different Classes,
viz :- \ .
For Gentlemen, fro 7'o'clock in the evening, on
Tuesday, Thursday aid Saturday ;-and for a
younger Class, from 6 o'clock in the evening, ont
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Mr. A. also begs leave to inform the inhabitants
of the neighboring towns, that he gives lessons at
the schools of Mr. Charles W. Green, and at Mr.
Knapp's, Jamaica'Plain, on the mornings of Tues-
day and Saturday oh each week; and that he has a
private lass at Mr. Isaac Davis', Roxbury, near
Mr. Knapp's school, where he will receive scholars.
He continues, as usual, his private lessons of
Declaimatiot and Mlocutiot, and his tanslations
from the French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese
Languages, at his Room, No. 4, Merchants' Hall.
For information concerning him, he has the hon-
or to refer to the following gentlemen:-
Hon. H. G. Otis, A. Townsend, Esq.
G. Blake, Esq. H. Codman, Esq.
D. Davis, Esq. B. P. Tilden, Esq.
G-. Sullivan, Esq. C. P. Curtis, Esq.
W. Foster, Esq. P. P. F. Degrand, Esq.
U; W. Green, Esq. C. Dexter, Esq.
T'. Welsh, Esq.
Mr. ARTIGuEsA'VE proposes to give a Seance
of French readings and .Dramatie Oeclamations,
oni the 28th of this month ; and he will commence
his Lectures by subscription on the 15th October.
aug 18 ep3w
TITHE subscriber respectfully informs his friends
and the public, that lie proposes to,open a
SCHOOL, near she North Parish Meeting-house
in Andover, on MONDAY, the 10th day of Sept.
next, for the admission of pupils who can be instruc-
ted in the following branches of education, viz:-
Reading; Spelling, Geography, with the use
Writing ; Arithmetic, of Maps,
Surveying, And Book-Keeping.
Engligh Grammar,
The success which he has had in this employ.
meant ftr'tcn years past, encourages him to hope
that those who may atteud his school will not be
disappointed. Terms moderate-board reason.
ble., WM. FROST, Jr.
Andover,Augiusl 14, 1821.
i Ell tA1B-a.u.l rsl-A.a!(iENTiLANh-.1 HON---
heelby ordered to' meet at their Armory, every
.Monday Jvening, (excepting the first Monday
eveming in Stptember) at 71 o'clock, until the
first of October text, for Drill, admission of Mem-
bers and other business.. Per Order.
A. G.' WINSLOW, Clerk.
august 4 iO .
HE owners of' Haikney Carriages are hereby,
S iotbrmed, that in pursuance of' a vote of the
tow i, they will be required to remove their Car-
rinaes from tte streets, from and after the ist (lay
o1 September ext. ,
By order of the Selectmen,
CALEB HAYWARD, Police Officer.
June 30 istS

A '""FOUR story brick House No. 98, Broad-
street, the carpenters work and the whole of
the house and yard (the walls excepted) 'are en-
tirely new, cpnvenieutly and substantially buiit of
the best materials in a workmanlike manner; the
house is about thirty-eight by twenty-two feet trom
out to out, with ano excellent dry Cellar, the first
floon above the cellar is divided into a store about
twenty-four by fifteen feet with entry passage antd
Kitchen, the kitchen has all the Convenieues nte-
cessary, viz ans ovei and sink,' a large copper
boiler, a dresser with drawers aid closets, a fire
proof ash pit, with a neat pantry about eight feet,
square under the kitchen i thie second story is di-
vialed icto two parlors; the third antd fourth story is
divided into three large clambers, each with clo.
sets; the garret is neatly finished in one large
room, wlitl two Windows and a scuttle, ail the
floors and house are neatly painted and partly pa.
pered ; the yard is about twenty-two by eighteen
feet, paved with bricks on the edge; a Rain Va.
ter Cistern built with hard burnt bricks, wall
eight inches thick, boxed outside with clay and
plastered inside with Roman cement, calculated to
hold about fifteen hunured gallons also a neat
brick vaulted necessary boxed with clay and plas-.
tured with Roman cement, over the yard is a comi.
mandious flat roof for drying cloaths, with a joint.
back passage way ott of the yard. The house is
'warranted to be as faithful and well built as any its
Boston; the store aitd cellar are well adapted, and
is an excellent stand for an Apothecary, Slop Shop,
Grocer, Hatter or any public business, all the
other part is suitable for a genteel boarding house.
AndI will be sold for cash or credit as may be
agreed for, or will be exchanged for houses, or
lots in town, or for farms or improvements in the
country within about five miles of Boston, If not
disposed of by the 10th .of next month, will then
be rented and may be viewed ins the mean time any
day from 9 till 6 o'clock. This property can be
rented very readily for S550 per. annum to good
tenants. For further particular inquire of SEE-
PFHEN BROWN,Esq. Breker,No. 12,Exclhange-
street, or to WILLIAM BENNING, No. 14;
Milk-street. eptiOS august 18

Public Ahuctio.*
T Obe sold at Public, Auction, on WEDNES-
DAY, the 5th September, a DWELLING-
HOUSE, with twenty acres of Land adjacent,
pleasantly situated in the town of Quincy, about
nine miles from Boston, with convenient Out
Houses, and a never failing Pump of excellent
Water. The Orchard contains a variety ol engraf.
ted fruit trees, and there is a good Vegetable Gar-
den attached to the house, and a dry Cellar, of
equal size with the house.
Also-a Flake Yard, with Flakes, calculated
to spread 600 quintals of Fish at a time-together
with two Stores, one of two stories, and the other
one story high ; and a Whart, 150 feel in hingth
and 60 feet in breadth, with 12 feet of water at the
h-..4l of the wharf. For further particulars, in-
quire of JOHN WHITNEY, near said house, or
at No. 44, Long-wharf. Conditions at sale.
ang 18 6sp
A FIRST rate Journeyman Gilder, at the Look-
ing Glass Manufactory, No. 28, Court-street,
ston, sp aug 18



0Mr. FurLL-BA respectfully announces to his.
friitmdd and the public, that his benefit wil take place'
"J iB WILt. it.' SPdtUSl.5t.,ll,
For the first time in hibs Theatre. Mrs. lnsachbaid's elegant
Comedy, called the
COU.%, - ......... M.. FULLEA

After which, Master AYLING will sine, for the first time,
the Graud Cantata f 1
Miss AYLING will aisd sing, for the first time, the

After which, the much admieda Farce, in two acts, called the
PRIZE;-or, 2, 5, 8, 8.
LENETIVE,. .- .. .......- R. M, FULLER
LABEL, ..............MR. THAYEit
JuAI (with'the original Song) Master Aying

The whole to cotieluoe, with '
ore TRlI .JD Ji. ToR.

O:0Doors open at j past 6 o'clock-performnance
will commence at past 7. o'clock, precisely.
LY Tickets for sale at Callender's Library,
Bowles' Bookstore, Marlboro' Hoitel, antiat the
-0EV-EttAL Genitlemen in' Bos8on,',ai.d its vicia-
0 ity, educated at Dartmouth College, will t ine
together at Fenno's, in Sahool-st. on WEDNES -
DAY, the 22d inst. being the day. of the anLual
Commencement of that College. The graduates
of that College, who are disposed to atted, will
please to send their names iu season to one of tile
undersigned. J. PARK,
Bostoni, August 11, 18 1. :3spis
CLASS OF 1807..
A ROOM is provided for the Class of 1807, fao
Commencement day, at M. Reeme's opposite
Mlassachusetts hall. Coffee at 5 o'clock, P. M.
PHINEAS FISH, ommiuee,
.aug 15 epistf

CLASS OF 1814.
T HE Class graduated at Harvard University, in
1814, are intbformed, that a Dinner will be pro--
vided at Wyeth's Hotel, Fresh Pond, on TUES-_
DAY, 28th inst. at 2 o'clock, P.M.

CLASS OF 1815.
r1 HECLASS graduated at Cambridge in, 1815,
i are reminded that their annual tneeting takes
place at Concert Hall, Boston, on the evening of
Tuesday, the 28th inst. at 7, o'clock.
W. H. EL0OT, :
J. G. PALFOtiY, [" Comirdttie.
aug 4 6spis
CLASS OF 1818. '
I IE Members of the Class, graduated at Har-
vard University, in' 1818, are intbrmed, that
agreeably to 'a vote of the last year, tbi-r A.....I I
meetingg will'be hoten in Boston, on T.LESlJA.1',
the 28th .inst.'at the Mar!boro' Hotel where a
Dinner will be provided foe those Members who
leave their names at the Bar of the 'Hotel, on or
before the 25th inst. .
RB'T B. G, WILLAMS, om e.
as gust8 .. epistm -
lR. STRONG has removed to the corner of
S Conhili a'nd School-street, north side, (en-
trance on School-street.) SisSos aug 15
The ,ew.P*icture. t
"B S open for public view, at Mr. D. L. Brown's
^ room, No. 12, Cornhill-square, adjoining his
Academy, every day, from 9 in the morning till9
in the Evening. Adoittanee 25 cents. F
may 26 episaf .

ixhiDifion of lsheil OrK,,
O NE hundred and fifty thousand SHELLS of
the most elegant Polish and Brilliant colours,
collected from all parts of the World, and arranged
so as to show the different Orders of Architecture,
and facilitate the the stuly of Conchology-iu the form
A Modern DwellingHouse, a a ndTemple surround-
ed with a variety of Flowers, and specimens of
about 100 different kids of SHELLS.
0'T'o be opened every day, from 9 A. M. till
sunset. Admittance '25 cts.
(CrA LAD is wanted to attend the above.
august 4 epistf
TrHE self-styled successor of GAunICK, and ri-
val to the celebrated KEAN. having decamplied
from Boston, ins ,astute style" taking with him
property not his own,inducc's the subscriber to cau-
tion all persons to beware of him as they would
avoid being made the dupes of his nefarious artifices.
It is probahle that he is now in Portland, Ports-
mouth, trunswick, or vicinity, "sponging honest
people out of a living which he is too lazy to tarn.
But should he Waake his appearance in the character
of RIcHAnn the 3d, which no doubt he will, the au-
dience before whom he appears, will reflect, that the
velvet Hat, spangled Robe, light Pantaloons, and
buft Boots, ace stolen property belonging to the
subscriber, and from whose house the s.id unri -
vailed performer" did actually steal and carry away.
Said Kenible is about five tfeel, six inches in
height light complexion atnd dark hair, and gener-
ally wears a sky-blue Coat, yellow Gloves, antd a
small Rattan.
d IEditors in New-Hampshire and Mhine, would
do well to copy thie above, and thereby coofert a fa-
vor on the public. WM. MAXWELL.
Boston, August 16. 1891.
be Let, the Dwelling House No. 2, first row,
j recently put in complete repair. Rent 61 20,
the key is at No. I. Inquire of Mr. LUKE
MASON, the late tenant, or at No. 8 Cential-
wh'auf, Boston. august 18

N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber has been duly appointed admiunis-
trator with the will annexed of the estate of
late of Pepperell, in the county of Middlesex,
widow, deceased, testate, and has taken upon
himself that trust by giving bonds as the law d.rects
All persons having demands upon the estate of the
said' deceased, are required to exhibit the same,
and all persons indebted to the said estate, are
called upon to make payment to
Pepperell, August 14, 1821.

BY T. K. JUONs c CO.
THIS DAY 'it 1 o'clock,
At T. K. JoNES & Co's Office,.


Wine and BarilM--on 6 months credit,
On TUESDAY next at bclure 11 o'clocK,
O(in blVERPOUOL-WH.jkt,
Now landing, "
The entire Cargo of brig George Little, "Cooper,
master, from Grand Canary, viz -,
155 .. t
S es Old, canary Wine,,
208 t casks Of Cogswell 's brand.
60 tots BAIILLA.
Conditions, approved endorsed Notes, payable in
six io'nths.
Preserved Ginger-entitled to debent,
I THIS DAYi at i past I, o'clok, -
J-o. 5. KiLBI'-STI&'JKi,
75 boxes preserved GINGER, each .8 jar entitled'
to debenture-now landing lrom/brig Clarion, from
Chaise and Harness.
THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,
S. n front of Office,
(The property of a gentleman leaving this part r&
A the country)
A handsome CHAISE and HARNESS.
Brown Stout.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At WINsLow, CHANNING & CO's Office5
S. A'o KTyI.. J'I:eg *I-
S8casksLondon BROWN STOUT.

Elegant Pier and Chimneui Glasses.
On TUESDAY, 4th Sep. at 10 o'clock,
A -very extensive assortment of elegant CHIM.
NEY and PIER-GLASSES, viz i-7 rich Pier
Glasses, in chaste frames, 7 feet by 4, wits ci rved
Ornaments; 175 Pier Glasses, of various sizes.
with handsome Tablets. somewith Pillar Frames;
40 Chimniey Glasses, ornamented and plain ; $0
Dressing Glasses of English manufacture, in ma-
hogany frames..'. The Plates are English, and the
Frames covered with the best Boston Gold Leaf
The above will be sold 'ir large or small lots to
suit purchasers, and the wliole may be examinetl
the day before the sale.
S...iAt .Primate Sale...
50 puncheons New-York imitation Rum 30
pipes dt do. Brandy u m
Alsao-i15'pi1les Rochelle Bi'ltndy; 8 do.Hollnds
Gin ; 80 boxes brown Soap; 50 chests Souchong
Tea, Savanah's cargo, entitled to debenture.

THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,
In front of Officc,
A. dapple HORSE, six ) ears old-sold for ac-
count of wiom it niaycoicern.
BY VVHI''" LiL; ,, B3NUj & CO,
, THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
At WHITWELL,, BOND & 0C s Office,
o, .. 2, KILBY-ST"REET,
'300 ps. RUSSIA SHEETINGS, now landing
frdm brig Barbara, and entitled to debenture.
T'The above will be sold by the bale, each contain.
ing ten .pieces.
On..TTESDAY next.at 10 o'clock,
An invoice of CANTON SILKS, imported ia
the Clarion, .consisting ot' cases 36 yards white
Pongees; 4 do. 8-4 fringed f rape Shavls ; 5 do.
18 tale 18 yards black and colored Crapes.; zdo-
black (I .:., i'" do. do. Sarshets; I do. do. frin-
ged and twil ed Hditts.
Also-'2 do. black and white Italian Crapes, as-
sorted Nos, ;- 2.trunks Calicoes ; 10 groce Japan
Suspender Buttong; 100 do. l'earl SlShirt do. ; 30Z
do. Ivory do. o;o.; Book, Lent and Lawn Mus-
!ins ; case 4.4 striped Jaconet Miuslits ; 2 doi'do.
buff and purple Shawls; : do. Britannia Hdkts.

On I L'li. nU.A', 4th 6ept. next, at 10 o'clock,
1000 chests Young tHyson TEA, Canton Pack.
yet's cargo ; 500 do. Hyson Skin do. Ann's cargo;
992 do. Souchong do 75 do. do. Gov. En-
licott's'do.; 1'8 chests hisson do. Archer's do.
Catalogues will be ready, atnd the sample chests
lpentcd :i' exailn.ation lbit Saturday and Monday
receding the day of sale;
S..aidt Private Sale..
32 oz. Musk. ALso-n ease black Sarsnet I
do. black and high colored Sewing Silk ; hlalos Do-
mnctic Sheetings and Shirtitigsi bleached and brown.
' ilso, received per brig Clawio--b cases Ca'iton
Crapes ; 3 do. bik. Sarsuets ; 3 do. do. S~michaws ;
do. do. Levantines. ./lko---68 catty boxes Young
Iyso '1'ea; 32 do. do. Imperial do-ail entitled to
lebenture; ;0 boxes White Wax ; 4 bbis. supe-
ior quality Venetian ied ; IS0 a.d 1-8 cwt.
kegs English White Lead, ground iu oil, of best
On TUBSDAY next at past 12.o'clock,
120 doz; first quality bottled Philadelphia Ale;
35 do. do. Porter; 50 pair Boots.
....di t Private Sale...
Prime white ll'avna Sugar ; brown do.; eases
nid boxes nest Sallad Oil.
On WEDNESDAY next at past 10 o'clock,
Jli liOIVWE's WH. YF
30 hhds. St. Croix SUa GAR, entitled to debcn-
ure. -
Oe'ntee Furniture.
On THURSDAY, 23d inst. at 10 o'clock,
is the House o DAvIn Se AnS, EaT. at the corner
of Snmerset and Beacon streets,
A variety t useful and ornamental Household
The Articles may be examined at 9 o'clock on
he morning of tale.

BY S. F. Cuot)LIu(E.
On WEDNESDAY next at 9 o'clock,
.A'o. 15, VEA TR.tL-.ST7t EL'l
A great variety of Seasonable PIECE GOOD4
Particulars hereafter.
Also, by the package-I case fine 7-8 Irish Lin-
ens ; Z bales brown Linen Sheetings ; I case 50
Idoz. Cologne Water; I do. Linen Cambrics-; 2
bJles American Sheetings; 2 cases t r'nts; I do;
silkt Umbrellas; I do. Parasols; 1 do. fine Linen
On FRIDAY next at 9 o'clocki
A large anw valuable assortment of Hlouse FUR.
NITURE. Particulars hereafter.
JMill Pond Shares.
To be sold at Publhle auction ,
On THURSDAY. 3Uth inst. at 12o'ciock, \I.
50 Shares it, the Bostou Mi I Corporation. 4 i
On THURSDAY, 25d inst. at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Near the Store of Childs & iichasrds.
WIVill be sold,
12 new handsome CHAl&E and HARNESS,
complete to each,which arc w.rranited g-od as 'o na-
terials and workmanship. Also, 3 ed hand uthaises,
and I 2d hand Coachee. buch an oplortunitt-
o buy a good Carriage and Harness does not oliten
occut. Eveiy Chaise will then be sold to the high.
et bidder. Terms tnmoUe known at the sale.
4spis JOHN SEAVER, iuctr.
W ANTED in a faind), about 4 miles from
town, a Woman, to do the necessary work
f the same. Good recommendations wst' b re-
ouired. Apply at toe Uentinel Cotuitlog 14Bamo
q aug S5 t


[The NEw THEATRE in WVashington
was opened the 8th inst. under the man-
agement of Messrs. WARREN & WOOD.
On the rising of the 'irtain, Mr. WooD
delivered the following
ISING in flames, from Tiber's troubled tide,
Your will its zephyr, gratitude its guide,
Our mimic grandeur wing'd its flight through air,
Scoring the perils it encountered there ;
And soaring through the high empyreal way,
The charms of iartand nature to survey,- -
Now paused awlhile- theu,lelftthe heavenly sphere,
Its site selected, and descended here.
So beauty once. the poets say, arose
From ocean's angry flood, and foaming throes,
And leaving her ignoble place of birth,
A-rmign immortsl fix'd upon the earth.
Here, may we hope, the sane protecting hand
Will aid the worth it foster'd to expand;
Then shall our humble efforts still pursue,
The path of duty first designed by you ;
Hold up the faitlfil mirror, and display,
The age's virtues, and its faults portray.
Yet will not this memorial stand alone,
Of taste and art at once the future throne;
An hundred altars shall surrounding rise,
Thiir grateful incense smoking to ithe skies;
Built byv the brave, and guarded by the tree,
And consecrated-country's iove-to thee!
Protected thus, these monuments shall show
What, to ounr fathers, unborn ages owe ;
Shall tcl, how wisdom, arts, and arms combined
To shake the 1,ttvrs from the human mind ;-,
Ilow freedom. once attain'd, shail always last,
Adorn the present time, and gild the past.
These towers too. shall trmnipet-tongued proclaim
T'hro' all th' astonish'd world a deed of shame t
Ho'V poli.h'd(tttions, with a fury, worse
Than Orear's zeal, or Attila's fell curse,
Lighted 'he toi ch, with more than Vandal rage,
That fir'd the scuiptur'd roof, the'historic page,
Learning's best records tc destruction doomed,
Thie painful trophies of the arts'consuni'd.
Then piou(liy boasted of theirruthless trade
To offended angels, and manki:d dismay'd.
HiithEr whileCommerce spreadsher broadest sails,
And, blest with freedom, every art prevail.-
While' Plenty, springs from a prolific soil,
And Wealth and Honor crown,with varied toil,
The world shall own its best example here;
Mere Science cultivate, and worth revere :
Here shall-the sage, with philosophic gaze,
The Wisdom trace of Athet.s' proudest days,
The Enterprize which ancient C'trthage knew
A more than modern Tyre shall here renew.
But, last and best, finr ever here shall bloom
The stern integrity of virtuous Rome;
(Ere yet ambition tamper'o. with the state,
And made her vicious, while it made her great)-
When her just Consuls strong in virtue reign'd,
Theirthearts notarnisli'd,andtheirhands unsmain'd,-
,Whdu the kind fi.ther, at his country's need,
Bnde, and beheld his darling offspring bleed,
Or, when the good Cam!lus, exil'd, shone
Brighter than Brennus, on his GalUic throne -
Or when, his country dearer than his trienul,
The second Brutus did his arm extend,
And P1l contemnin:g, save the nation's weal,
Plung'd in a brother's heart the crimson steel.
The time must come, aTre many years shall fade,
Wheh these bright glories shall be ail i;snlay'd.
Athens, a d *Home, and Ca ithage shall ceombtie,
To make, proud Cety, all their honors thine-
Thine be the boast to wear a Her''s O NAtME,
And thine, the exalted hope, toimintate-his fame !

0TQUR B.ths have beer.n completed in the chan--
I nel, where the water is very, clear, for thie
accommodation of the Inhabitants -at the South
part of the town and vicinity. Apply at the I1 oil
House. aug It

SMOS B. P..ARKER, Bookselsr. and Stationer,
reospeetfulv informs his ftiienids and the putb-
i h. t frol teie'lile i..i i. i. U ion-4teet,he las
resumed busui .e at No. 48. Ann-street. where all
favors wi'l 1 -.r- grmt, rve.ae: -He
has this t.hy ,i i as ahove,COWN-
STV\NTI(US ,:d PULiCHERA, or Virtue Re-
yoarded. Schoois supplied with Books on tihe
lost rea-unable terms.
I- oek E gidin;g done at short notice.

Mi's. lar-tings auth _.,. ,m A i't'tl .
"j AVE taken thefoent Chamber in IMr. Fessen-
Sden's house, over the nook-store, tronting on
Cornhill, at the cornier of Water-street-entrance
in Water-street. Ladies Dresses cut and made of
every description, with peculiar neatness ; a re-'
tired room to fit their dresses. Clergynien's
Gowns made. Lad;s from the country are invited
to call.
TaiLoring by JlisEs XlaURITT.-Gentlemen's
coats, pa'.taloons, vests, &e. cut island made.
N. B. 4 Apprentices at Tailoring, and S at Mari-
taumakin re- wanted ; none need apply who
cannot bring good recommendations.
,Jl.- 25 ep6wT

South Bridgewater Academy.
!lZl trustees of s InsUtio, feel it their duty
to inflorn the public, that they have recently
made renewed and peculiar exertions to phlce the
Acadlemy unier the tuiti sl of learned and skilhful
Instructors, and that bith departments, are now
very bij) cotlueted.
They feel pleasure in stating, that all the usilal
branches of education taught in similar institutions,
comprising those which are requisite fort admit-
tance at the Universities, with the more refined
parts ofa finished female education, may now be
advantagousiy acquired at this academy.
The early foundation of this itstitution-the sue-
cession ofahie and accomplished Teaohtrs-r-lhit
nu aher ofdistinguished and amiable individuals of
.biti sus, lwho l.ave resorted here for instruction,
wilhl tie present pataonage of the public, and- the
S.sliP i ig prospects ot the' ;acdeimy, conspire to
gi- it a decided ;i.k ,moiig tha lirst miostlutions
oftha kind in New-Eugigai..
The lr.seiit preceptort, sir. BENTAMIN F.
Fasn.ssirUBTH, is CLgagcd as aperm.r.ent Instruc-
Str ; and tihe 'Trut ces lihve had mueil evidence of
hissulieTior qnalifications They fecl the fullest
conildeiie I"^ht lltpse parents who mey send tneir
eliiltren t tits acadeiny for instruction, will not
be dissappqointed. The Fall quarter wilt com-
rmee ceon .viosday, 10th Se;te:mber.
The iluation of the academy is both healthy and
p'li-TViT:L" I. oalr'd insty s- -obHtined a *lie toOmderate
'rie- ,'1 ci"im t to 1,75 per week, anti tuition
is alike reatsonttle.
ZiICHAidIAt- EDIY, t Committee
NAVL'i'lAN LAZELL, i of'the
"DAi.NL MITCIIELL, Trustees.
S. Btridgewa ier, .2tigiust 1,18tl. t to
H AS again taken his old stand, No. 4, Tremon
street, and has fitted it up in a most superior
style flur the tlemen and Ladites whso visit Bosto will fin its
situation more pleasant, and as central as any its
Boston. Good Stabling will be furnished for
im'rses, and everyc accomnmodaioti that is necessary
tt make it agreeable to those that may favor him
with their custom. tf -may 19
ANTED immediately, a young Man, who
can produce the best recommendations, to
go into a family in Nce'-York. Also, two professed
Cooks want p.aces. Wanted, two Girls to go into
public houses to do chamberwork. Wanted, a
start, aetise colored man to go into a family,
Persons having, small tenements to let, csn have
them registered gra.tis ji this otllee, and good ten-
a;.ts provided lor the;. Also, a fetw Boarders can
bet acttnnmodafctd with board on reaspnaible terms
3o sou intelligence Office No.4,Corihill Coqur"
aut II 3sp <.

7 AM'L P.l7AKMAN. Jr. CO. have for sale
j 50 bb:s. Canimwood,
ajiso.just landed, 60t) ,r. casks Malaga Wine
siopcrior quality, and a few thousand Mogadoe'
Gatv: Skits. eptf July I

GOW landing from brig Betsey, and for sale fly
21, Central-wharf,
11 8 bils. superfine, and
212 bbls.f ine Philadelphia aFLOUR, of superior
quality, ahd in very fine order for shipping.
august i I
-R.'\NCIS LINCOLN, No. 2, India-wharf, of-
.' fers for sale, 1000 sides red slaughter a.nd
triedd hide Sole Leather ; 200 sides yellow do.,
from Norfolk, tanned lv Plime & Co. ; 100 sides
Philadelpthia do.; 1000 Slihcep Skins ; 500 curried
SCalf Skins; eirield Upper Leather; Linings
Bindings ; Baltimore and Rich.miond Flour.
aug 11
A -"- LBS. Towerproof ENGLISH GUN
t3 00l POWDER, of the first quality-for
sale by the caskor less quantity, by EDMUUND T.
Gamfbridgeport, August 10, 1821.
V2U0 casks Claret WVine, EN) TITLED
300 baskets, of 12 armd G bottles each, To-
Sallad Oil, J DEBENTURE.
92,ilhlds. KentuekyvTobacco,
SS3 bales New-Orleanis Citlon, i
9 piped Lisbon Wine,"
,201 casks Cut Nails, from 3d to 40d,
4 bales striped Seersuckers, adapted to the Span-
r ish market,
40 chests Chinese Vermilioni
3 cases Oil of Annis,
1 case Oil of Orange,- Orange Buds, Sealing
Wax, Tutenag &c. kc. aug 4
BY T. HASKINS, at his -Distillery, Rainsford's-
|i lainr-a general assortment of Cotrdials of su-
nerior quality ; Lemon Shrub, or Essence of Punch,
jirepared friomn the best materials; Rectified Spirit;
Cherry Rum;. and 5000 gallons Cider Vinegar.
,aug '.

Cotton, Tobacco, Bees WTax.
B AKER & HODGES, No. 30, India-street,
have for sale, landing from brig Leonidas,
27 bales New-Orleans Cotton,
5 hhds. Kentucky Tobacno; I tierce Bees Wax.
august 11,
Y-AVE for sale, just received-20 casks superior
Tallow ; 80 small casks fresh; Currants,
5 quarter casKs oolminiar WINE,
5 do. de. Lisbon S vm.ty sucrIlitot.
500 boxes Soap ; 100 handsome Marble Slabs,
and a few kegs Vermillion. epistf' aug 4
-Y S At his Store in Charlesto.n-square,
1000 firs1 quality Brazil Hides, suitable for S.tle
I Leat.er, I
100 do. do. o 0 do. do. do. for upper do.
4100 Madrass, -
2N0,0 Calcutta, .GOJAT SKINI S,
10in 0 Alogador,
10110 sides of Sole Leather,
%209 DSheep Skins. superior quality,
lu00 Knapsacks, made from Horse Hides, suitable
for covering Ti ltnks,
200 Calf Skiins, from Tan; also 75 curried.
Jtne S0 n3m.

.A'. 89, LNI.A'-) 'RST EET,
Agents fo-. John Sharpe & Co. of Birmingham, England,
AVE ',o' opel. a t he:r oilier, ourt cases ncon-
1 tainiiig patterns of eve i description of Mus.
kets, Fowlirg Pieces, Pistols, and extra Locks,
which, th:y wil be happy tuwashow the dealers in
those articles, and to receivf'orders for tlhe same,
which will be most faithfully executed by Messrs.
JoHN SHAn E & Co. and warranted in every re-
-spect equal to the sample, and on liberal terms.
June 3S0 3m /
& E. DAVENPOIT,No. 14, Central-whf.
L have folbr sale-17 h1ts. W. I. Rutm; 34
ilitl. Flax. .... ... ... aug I

R UM, WLri E, 4 PUNCHEONS West India Rum; 21 casks
40 Claret Wine ; 26 cases do. do.; 51 baskets
Switet Oil;0 10 hihds. Molasses-now landing from
) brig; Victory ,ind schr.-Ruby, for sale hy MULN-
SOi8 & BARNARD, No. 17 Central-whart.
ang 1
RUSSELLS, Venitian and Kidderminster Car-
peting, just o're6,ed and for sale, at No. 121,
Kilby-street, by ISAAC SCIHOLFIELO.
July 25 tf
hlave for sale, landing from brig Havana Packet,
151 Tierces? mRs i '
72 half do. _E 1..- ,
part of wiiich is prime and,head Rice. aug 1
Cotton, SRu701 Jolasses, Wine.
_.iCARiAD D. TUCKER & CO. 32, In-
.|- die-street, lve tbfor sale,
S90 bailey New-Orleans and Alabama Cottol,
65 plpes Loopuyt &? Co's Gin,
30 puneltecis St. Croix Rum,
100 qr. casks Idry Mlaga Wine,
300 buls. Itosin ; I hld. Scotch Snuff,
15a hllas. Kentucky and Virginia Tobacco,
2 cases green aud blue Gauze,
2 do. Canton and Crijtson Crapes,
6 do. Italian Sewings, colored, tach 40 lbs.
aug 8

AVE for s:-le-61 qr. casks sweet Malaga
WINE ; 15 .Indo. Clninarn do.; few casks
Lis Un do. ; 1Itil Marble StlAlIS ; 9 casks TAL.
LO %, CUtltAN 1S. ,c. tf ag g8

SAM EL P eRKMAN, Jr. CO. have just
tceived, 20 casks iresh CL RIIANTS.
aug 1 tf
Stalm,, er Oil and Sperm Candles.

H J.o, 29, IA)JI..-.ST.EAT,
landing tru nmshjop 1F'mprtess, tir sale,
.. l..t, Snilomser stained Oil, for Lanips,
54 boxes Spermaceti Candles, five to tle lb.
aug I ,

N"or 17, A l)iJA- lHIRiJF,
H AS constantly for sale-Hussiami, Sweolish, mand
jEnglish IRON, flat,squre, and round ; with
description and size-r'eal (L) blistered STEEL.
./1ao, London Grown WINDOW GLASS.
laSl eotl

SAo. a9, IN'hIAJY-STi? EET,
AVE for sale-'28 tons of St. Pettraburgh
clean Hemp, or a very superi',r quality.
July 11 epislinI
T HIIE Bricklayers and others concerned in buill-
ing, are respectfully informed, that the snb-
scriber has commenced the above business in Cam-
bridge street, where hei will supply those whio
will faivour him with their custom at the lowest
N. B. Also, Grave Stones ol ill kinds.
tl march 7

i N tiV Chaimses and Harness complete, b built
of good materials, and in the most ihithful
moinner, ardf offered lor sale, at very moderate pri-
ces Ior cash, or approved credit. To view the
Chaises, apply to NATHAN WATSON, Roxhu-
ry-treet: 9sp July 2T

Copartnerskip Dissolved.
T HE connexion in business heretofore existing
between the subscribers unler the firm of
is by mutual consent hereby dissolved. All per- '
sons having demands aIatiist said firm, arretequ's-
ted to present them tor payment, aud those in-
dehte I are called upon to make payment to SI-
LAS P. TAIIBELL, at No. 6, Market-row, who
is duly authorized to adjust the concerns of the late

Copartnership Formed.
THE subscribers respectfully inlorm their
friends rnd the public,that they have formed a cou-
nexion in business under the firm ot
and have taken store Nn. 6, MIarket-rosy, recentlyv
,occupied by the late firm of Tarbell I Eveletfi,
where they offer for sale on good terms, ain exten-
sive assol tent of BOOTS and SHOES, of every
.Alsu-sole and upper Leather; Calf Skins; Seal
Skins; Sheep Skins; Morrocco, Leather, Lining
antd Bininig SKns ; Boot Webuling; Boot Cord;
Ribbons ; Galloons ; English and American Shoe
Thread ; Liines ; India Cottons, &c.. Se.
Boston, July 24, 1821. 4js4os

H AVE received by the. Mercury and Triton,
froi'em Liverpool, and offer for sale, at No. hi,
Market-street, up l.-ir--1 bales drab Kerseys,
5 do. Valencia V .mIm',, superior patterns,
2. cases plain,Cassimere Shawls,
3 dto. printed bordered dto.
,4 bales drab, pearl, and blue Pelisse Cloths,
S4 (to. blue and drab Plains,
2 do. Whitit Flianntis ; 9 cases Prints,
2 do. Catbrics and Cambric 1Muslins,
1 do. fancy Cravat Hiandkcrhiefsa,
1 do. Furniture Chintz. aug 11

T A Ao. 60, JIlarkct-street, (SoUTH S xE,,)
AS just received fronim New York, and offers
for sale-h ease Canton Crapes,
1 ease Itainna do.
1 do. 6-4 Imitation India Muslins,
1 do. Cambrio and brimanabric Muslins,
1 do. Furniture Patch, of superior quality,
1 do. Striped Silk; 2 do. Calicoe,
I hale Bombazetts, assorted colors,
6-4 and 8-4 Linea Damask,
Birds Bye Diaper; 4-4 and 6-4 Coltton do.
A great assortment of Silk, Worsted 'anil
Cotton Hose; Silk and Kid Gloves, &ce.
3000 yds. American Sheeting Is to 2s per yd.
20010 ido. do. Shirtings I0 to 40 cts.
A good assortment of Ginghams striped andi
White and yellow Flannels.
.A/so, 'Blue ai black Broadcloths and Csssimcre;
Sattinets, &c. The above will be sold very cheap
for cash. tf aug 11
Rich/ Cashmere Shaowl, fine India
Aluslin Dresses, &c.
OlIN WV. S 1AW, No, 74, Market-street,
(south side) offers for said-one rich Cash- .
mere Shawl, price S250 ; elegant figured Itdiam
Muslin Dresses ; plain ii. ; Merino Shawls and
ilhkfs.-with a general assortment of Seasonable
Goods. tf Ju'y S8

"VVENJAMIN SWEtiTSER has just received
a invoice of Satin RIBBONS, Naukin and'
Canton CR \ PES, 8-4 Mertiio SHAWLS, a.t'
4-4 HAND1KFS. which h" offers for sale at Nn..
29, Court-street, on the lowest terms for cash.
S ...Also on hand...
Imitation India and other British and American
MuNslins, Shirtings, .
ThrM d Edgings Cottonand Thi enad Hose,
Cambrics anl Gi.ghams, Leghorn Bolinets,.
Dimities ad Calicoes, Parasols,
Furniture Patches, White Counterpanes,
Silk Hios iand j Hose, Cotton Comforters, :
Silk anml Kid Gloves, Broadclothai,
Cassimire, Silk and Satinets, &c.
Craipe Shawls, July 14 6w

.Aew Car-pet Ware House,

.\'os. 18 rIod 20s .Market-street,
linTAS received petr Triton and Rasselas 1erom
L Liverpool,
mussels Carpeting, Damask Table Cloths,
great variety new and with elegant borders
elegant patterns, all round and hand-
Imperial and irussels some centers from 2
Rngs to match, to 7 yards long,
Venetian and Kidder- Napkins to match,
minster Carpetitig,fine Damask and Linen Di-
and super, a great v.4- paper by the yard, 6-4
riety of figures and 7-4 8-4 9-4 and 104
new large patterns, wide,
Rtigs sultable for do. Chints Furniture, new
Venetian and 13russels and elegant.patterns,
Stair Carpeting, Furniture Dimities,
Brass Rods and Eyes Cotton Counterpanes,8-4
fue do. rto 16-4,
Green Bo king Baize, Marseilles Quilts, 12.4
Rose Blankets 7-4 tot to 16-4,
13-4, Irish Linen Sheeting,
Carpet Bindings, 5-4 and 6-4 wide.
**Greei and Plaid Table CLOTHS ; white
cotton do. ; Russia do. ; Tartan Doilies Bed Tick-
ing ; Green Billiard Cloth ; Blealhed Cotton
Slheetings; extra fime Irish Linens 7-8 and 4-4
wide, approved bleach.
T _,l..so-Giit Frame Looking GLAbS'S, pur--
chased at aut cion will be sold remarkably cheap.
apIil 18 *8 sis8wos
CASH (50 cents pet putnd) will be given, for
a first li:ity hIOGaS BlISTLES, at LANE
it ,iNR WiLL's, Do,.k-sq.
7 ]'eShue makes' Bristles ior sale as above.
.nov 18 2Himl ;is

Italian Sewing-Silk.
rTV ,HE Sublmr.l)er has or sale, 2 cae- best Ita-l
J an Sewll, ii'lk; I case Floretmen : ; 1 ca-u
'ilt IattDns, Hbhns n&c &c. &. which will be soil
l.,w for casn (h.imbcrs 56 Cornhill.
may 5 depitf B1liNJA cIlN DOW.
Variety and Ornamental Hair Store.
Oppomtitn the o!d .South MSeeting-ilouse, Bostin,,
h-h i't\s just reevemL, os'

articles. A/so, chies' ad
[ I, Gim-endcanen's Wigs,Fizettm,

-"i A /[Also, a general assortment
of Freieh and Enghtsh Per--
fiie.-v,' ,.' which ib one case ot Cotonge \'a-
ter, of '.1 I' quality; 1 do. Lnvetder Water,
do.; 1 do superior Naples Shaving Soap,ve:y old,
and of a superior quality.
All kinds of FANCY HAIR WORK, mantfac-
tured at the shortest notice. t6w .hulv 21
H -AS constantly on hind'at his Manufactory
No. 27, Newbury-street, Boston, a large as-
sortmnaent of Block Tin Ware,

viz :-Block Tin Iea Pots ; do. u0. ut hers ; uI
tdo. Wash Bowlsi and Ewers ; do do. Tum'nleis;
dto. do. qutart aud pint Beetr Pots ;'do. dto. Lamtps,
with a general assortment of Pewter Ware.
N. B.-The above articles are warranted to be
of the bast materials and workmanship-also,
cheaper than at any other mnanutactory.
eirarch 24 eptt

For China, Earthen Ware, Glass and
FRANCIS WILBY, btes leave to inform his
F Fr;ends and the P'ublic, that lie has opened a
Shop, No. 5, Marlboro' Row, under the direction
of Mr. CilAiLEis- BARKIR.E, for the sale of CHINA
AND EARTHEN WARE, from the Manufactory
of Messrs. John s William Ridgway.
The Goods from this house stand high in point
of quality, and are got up in the beot taste; their
paintings and engravings are admirably executed,
and their models classical.
F. W. lias just received, an extensive assortment
of blue printed, Stone China, EnIamelled, and Gold
Burnished Dining, Dessert, -and Tea and Coffee
Services; Chimney and Toilet Ornaments; Vases;
Ink Stands; Scent and Flower Jars, and Flower
Pots,.and every description of Ridgway's superior
Earthen Ware.
Patterns of Dining, Deserts and Tea Services,
costing from ten to three hundred guineas, tfromi
which sets, or parts of sets to suit purchasers, can be
ordered, are now openiing. China and Glass will be
ordered to any pattern that may be wanted.
A good assortment of plain and cut GlassWare,
and tihe best of Sheffield Cutlery will be'kept.
It is intended that the prices shall be uniform,
and without abatement, so tiat families, may asefid.
with confidence of being served on the best terme.-
Should any article prove detective, or of inferior
quality, it will be exchanged.
Assorted crates for country trade, for cash or un-
doubted paper onl*.
F. Wilby has now opening, Ivory, Buck and,
Bone handle Knives and Forks ; Dessert Knives;
Carvers and Steelp ; an extensive variety of Pen-
knives and Scissors ; Tutania Tea Pots, and Coffee
Biggins; 1'ea and Table Spoons; Japanned Tea,
Bread, Knife and Cheese Trays, and Brushes of
ever description, with a large assortment of Cream
Colored, Blue Printed and Glass WVares. Also,
,6est silver-eyed X'eedles. ep2m June 13

M RS. S. RICHARDS begs leave to inform her
friends and the public, that she has taken her
old stand in, Milk-street, opposite Federal-street,
where she will carry on the HABIT and DRESS
MAKING in all its various branches, .and most
modern style. She likewise wishes to express her
gratitude to those Ladies who have favored her
with their patronage, and also pledges herself to
ipay that strict attention that will merit the contain.
uance of the same favors.
N. B.- h'santed immediately, a number of young
Ladies, as apprentices to the above business. Good'
recommendations will be required. 6w July 7

Leman's iew invented, Trusses
RE made and sold by him, at the corner of Ad-
-t amsand Milk-streets, Boston. The construe-
(on of these Trusses, are such, the patient can
lengthen or shorten hem, raise or lower the pad,
to bring the pressure where lie may want it. They
likewise can be adjusted to suit fortthe right or left
side, (advantages which no others) russes have, now
in use.) These Trusses. are pronounced by many
of the most eminent Physicians of Boston, to be the
best thlig of the kind ever offered the public. They
are sold by appointment by J. P. Whitlwell, at the
Boston Infirmary, corner of Battery March and
Milk-streets, and by Gideon B. Blasland, No. 78,
Broad-street, and at no other place in Boston.
Orders for Trusses, directed to either of the above
mentioned places will meet with immediate atten-
tion. Price 7 dollars. 6in July 28

The following described estates are offered on terms
extremely favorable to the purchaser,,being
S put on sale tn clo eIse a concern :
A FARM it Gray, in the county of Cumberlapd,
a few rods from the woollen manufactory. It
consists' of about 150 acres of vary good upland ; a-
bount 40 acres of which are used fort miowing and til-
lage. There are on the premises from 100 to 150
thrifty ygoigap ple-tees, most of wtihl are in bear-
ing-two bat-rts, as eubstantittal well built )Dwelling
House, twelve )years old, about f36 by 44 heet square,
two stories high, and thoroughly finished, having
two chimneys, tour rooms on ea ch floor, with con-
venient out-buildings-and near the house a never
failing spring of excellent water. This farm also
contains a valuable mill-site, with a stone dam, and
is twenty roles from Portland market.
A Wood Lot of 30 acres, in New-Gloucester,
lying three quarters of a mile from the above farm.
Another Wood-Lot in Gray, about half a mile
fronm the same farm, and containing 231 acre a.
A v:aluble Lot and store in the centre of the vil-
lage in Gray, 18 miles from Portland, at the june-.
Lion of the great roads leading from Oxford and
Kennebec counties to Portlanad.
About 535 aeres of Land in Gray, being five out-
lots of 107 acres each, lying in tle fonu thdivisiou.
One undivided half of a two story It welling-House,
a Bake-house, and lot containing 100 square rods of
land, situated itn lie village in North Yarmonth
about half a mile from the new meeting house, and
is now occupied by Mr. Amos Storer.
A very convenient and spacious tenement int
Portlar.d, being the easterly hailf ofthat we ll built
thi'-ce story Dwelling House, bounded on HancocK
asd Fore streets, and tfrnterly ownsid and occupi
ed byv Col. Stephenson. This tenement is well supl
p ied with goon water from the aqueduct, aud etm-
mands a line view ot the harbor.
V lot of Land in Lisbon, in the county cfLin-
coln, lying on both sides the main road leading
from Lewiston to the centre of Lisbon, containing
about 36 acres, with a good ote story Dwelling
house and Store thereon, formerly occupied by
Benjamin I). Bryatit, Esq.
For furtherr i partilaeIts, applications many be
mate to the subscriber, at. his office in Middle-
street, I ortland. SIMON GREENLEAF.
July 28
For Sale-a great bargain.
The most pleasant, healthy and romnantc situation
oni Connecticut river:
r AT elegant Seat at Bellows Falls, late the
Sresilence of F. W. Geyer, Elq. deceased,
near the bridge. The D IIhI.r -.. .- large anti
commodious,Barns uid Out-hbuses, together with
the whole estate in complete repair, with never fail-
ing well and aquaduqt ; a very extensive Gardet,antsl
altout "'eu to ten ncres Land; together wilit mill
privileges. The premises are very) suithale for ant
Academy, Hotel or a Manuiicturitg Establish-
-..,, ir i h tlte accomintodlation tf a, harge ahmilt n .
mm.,. in the vicinity nt'fmr flourishiitg vll'hges,
and is otherwise too well known to require further
descriptions. For terms of saie, imqitre of It. D.
TUCKER of Boston, Executor, H. D. & It.
SEI)GWICK, Consellors at Lav, New York, or
NATll'L 'UCKGKII, on the premises. "2m 1-21
,Manufacturetrs and Caoitatslis attend.
FOR SALE,that well known estate in Brain"
tree, about ten mires l'i'm Ilohston, known by
the appellation ol the PIraintree itn Works, anti
is now in complete orde r atr inVhliate use. The
estate comprizes a ntamber of builinigs, a z-one
very large wooitea one t-ln lie purpose ofch artring
on the work generally, i,. wrich are a large iit
hammer, a ti ftnace, three stit ks of chiineis,. water
wheels, bellows, kc. Se.-a Iuartge building tl"ir a
fishinigshmop, and a barn aldjonining. .dso, a t rge
building erected or a grist noil, int nan be con-
verted. to any other purpose, Tnerc is aiso :a good
Dwelling-llouse, two stories high, a gairdlei, antl
about three acres ot land, with a ntunber ot valhi-
able fruit trees on tne same. The dam is i:t excel-
lent order, and there is a full supply tf water. It
hais ont very great advantage by water erti''.,',
for the Packets coine within hail'f mile ..I .r .,. ,
aidd wi'l takeaiway the manuftsiured .entirles. at n.

brin any raw materials that may bl ,.>anlcd. This
un large scale, woutl make an inmiltnse saving.
This.estate wit! be sold on snol terms as- to
n ake it an object tor nOW capitalist ti beconic a
purclae:. Apply.to BENJAMIN S.MIT' I, No.
4. Cential-wharf, or to Maier MINOT TI TA1.
ER, draintree. eoptf march 1
A PEW, or part of a Pew, in Rev. Mr. Low-
S ell's Church. Inquire at the Gentinel Count-
inig Room. ug 1l

BOOA q'.- D sT, .RI; -nEIOVAL "
-itO0\ LONDON. BY THSETRION. R. WEBSTEI;, has removed from 1tnter-
i s street, to the house litely ioccupied i.1 I
OLIVER C. GREENLEAF. Lee.. "Es,. fommon-stteet 5tis3,.Ss J y
.Ws-. 1, cOURJ'-,STlIEET, A 0'.ICE.
AS received fiom London, by the f'ritoii, an T1R. JOSEPH U. OSGOOD has takes a room,
Saddiitional supply of BOOKS and STA- j No; 31 A\nn-street. :mug 4
Medium, Demy and Foolscap Writing Paper, 'OTICE.
"B iath" post, thick and thit.; dilet Piper ; Dra'- 4 N-Y prson duly authorized may receivec the ef-
ing, Ivory and colored Paper ,.irloius sizes Engi- .a fecs of JOIN CiTTON, late of 'F,'!a;d,
neers, Suirveyors, Drawing aio short hand, WVritig M: ince, 2l ",liccr (f "sip Pcet'fect, of iostt.. i who
Lead Pencils, of first q tv ; ret and blate Seal- lied at Liverpool, i Jlutne last, by applying t" LOT
ing Wax ; superbne inall red and black Wafers; WrHELWVRIIGHT & SON, No. 55, Long-wharf.
Walkden's red and b la ble Ink ; Ink iTrays ; Reeve's Water Colors; Cam- n l
el's hair Pencils Parchment ; Slates; No. 2 Fire Engile Aanu factory,
and 3 Battledures ; a great variety of fancy Soaps ; LATE PERKINS & BACOIN'S.
Windsor Soap, of first quality, &e. Se. kec. r'HE subscribers beg leave io inform the public,
'Johnson's Works, I vols. ; British Drama, 5 that they have purchased the ttock and 1Pt-
vols. ; elegant. Extracts, 3 vols. ; Lunglione's etut Right, of Icrkins & .Bacin, for carryin)t on
Plutarch, 6 vols. ; Iliad, Oddessy ; Horace ; Os- the above business, ai.d have t:ken the stand here-
:sian, Virgil, Telemaihus; Lusiad, Ovid's Mete- totore occupied by thete, back of St. James'
mophoses, Belisarius; Cicero, 2 vols. a.Ec. Ie. in Churelh, North Seventh-street, where ti;ey still
uperb Binlitug. 6w aug 11 be happy to receive and execute orders for any
r od Tretis on e sip. Maehinerv in their line, and piedge themoseles
Wrifford's Treatise on1 Pemanship. that it shall be executed from the best of materials,
L INCOLN & EDMANDS, No. 53, :.oruhill, and in a workman-like manner-they have also
have recently published, c rime to a determination in consequence 'of.the
Mr. Wrifford's Treatise on Chirogra- alli ofMateriAls. to reduce the prices, and will
phy, or Systemized Penmanship, containing a sys- buiai Lo oestle Isngti-es, with metal plunges and
tematic mode of Instruction-; how' to proceed in Boxes, for watering Gardens, washitAg Wm'indows,
the course, an w to and wite ech prinei- e. and which will force the water, by the power
ple and letter pertaining to Copy lHand, Capitals, of one man, 80 feet, on two wheels, t. i.ls tir inzh
Figures, and Current Hand, accompanied by i com. hose pipe, tor'-- '.%.-
plete set of Copperplate Copies, and recommended Or to play :hr.,- ih a goose-neck, -
by eminent instructors throughout the United Large sized .I... 1-.I factories and ships, 75
States. Mr. Wrifford's peculiar and happy talent Second class VillageEngines. which will play
at instruction is well known by ia .. ......-e,...'-t .. over a five.story house, an] Cnotrequiring more 75
cessful practice in the principal ctiA... -tIi. I,...Im.I than eight men to work them, tor 2
States, particularly in the Art of Writing ; and the .First class do, throwing larger stream;hcld-
publiihers look for a liberal patronage of this work ing more .water, and requiring ten men, 252
of superior merit. If any work may be denomtia- Engines to exceed those ofth'. double cham-
ted the self tau ght Penman, this is undoubtedly en- her usuallyy termed first class) in power andt
title to tihe appellation ; stand so long as the superi- effect,anud to play from two pipes at once, when 7
ority of system and mmtthod over vague arid random .wanted, -,- - 600
practice sha.lf be admitted, this boeK i.ust merit at- If with one stream only, 50
tention. Prices. 1 ..aug 4 Second class do but little inferior in distance
and size of nosel,- .. 504
Mr. BALLOU'S The largest sized Engines vat in use, will
Uiiversalism Examined. ldischarge upwards ot a tot ofwater per rmin-
UST received andt tf sale by JAMES LOR- m te, aitd project it more than one hundred and
SING,5, Cornhill, pric ets.Revi nineteen, through a tosel nejply an' fiue, 9J0
ING, No. 2, Cornhill, p Price ts. Rex-seas OULL CIlAAMIER ENGINES oh ste 2
ot A Lecture Sennon, delivered.in the Second Uni- st L, anI Cs AMBE ENGINES of ie *t
eLt'aaish MeetingenHouse i Bosto, Ja. 1820by 1st, and extra ess,axtr esarrarted equal in every ree-
Hoersalist MBAeeting House in BPaston, Jan.these word.18-J0, b peot to those made at any other manuhaetorty, at
sITs B. us Veril y I'o a unto 6-hn 00 dollars, 850 dollars, sand 1050 dolars-.50 dol-
I.. Ververily, Isay u ee, eeipt lars ad(Litonal being chna,ged when made to play
man be horn again, he cannot see the kingdom oftwo streams. be to ay
GAs abole--Adtrew'sTCandid Eixamination of the Enginesr, the old English construction repair-
MoralTendency of the Doctrine of Universal Sal- ed and improved so as to play further and easier
nation, as taught by its advocates. Price 62 cts. tan whei new.
a astti g b Supply Pumps, to force water through hose into
august ___ engines. with Levers on anew construction, work-
At a Court of Probate for the County edwith ease by two men.
of Cheshire, holden at Jaffrey, in said county, on Progressive Lever Seal Presses, for Notaries anid
the twenty fourth day ofJuly, AnnoDomini,1821. Public Offices- S. V. MERRICK CO.
I HEREAS a ce-rtain instrument, purporting Philadelphia fune 9 e- e8w
to be the last will and testartent of the Hon. Notice o "W. ."
A t is Allen, late of Walpole, in the county afore-
sai deceased, has been presented for Probate, by T HE person who advertised for employment in
the Hon. Roger Vose, one of the executors therein the Centinel pf. the 4tlh tult.s.nd directed let-
named. Ordered, that the said Roger Vose cause tears to be addressed to "'W. R."' is requested to
the Heirs at Law ot the said Amasa Allien and oth- call at the Centimel Cufintipg Room. aug 4'
ers concerned in his Estate, to be notified to ap- COW LOST.
pear at a Court of Probate to be hoiden at Charles- QTRAYED from the subscriber on Monday 23d
town, in the county of Cheshire, aforesaid, at the ult.ared COW, about six years old. Asuit-
dwelling house of Isaac H. Ely, on Wednesday, able reward will h,4 sri ,.n lier being returned to
the twenty-sixth day of September next, at one of. Boston, tuust I i, I i 2. G. BOND.'
the clock, in the afternoon ; by causing a copy of. .
this order to be published in the Nsow-llampshriie COw I.OT.
Sentinel printed atKeene,thefermont Intelligenzer,. qTRAYED fronm'the subscriber on the 18th inst
printed at Bellows Falls, and the Columbian cen- ,, a small chesnut colored COW, wi'li short legs
tinel printed at Boston, three weeks successively, and short stout horns. Whoever has found the
the last publication to be at least fifteen days be- Cow and will give information where she may be
fore the said.twenty-sixth day of Sieptember ; that found, shall be generously rewarded.
they may shew cause, either for or against the said Boston, Juy, 1. OLIVER HATCH.
instrument, being approved and allowed as the last
Will and Testament of said deceased. -- LOST,
ABEL PARKER, Judge of Probate. t N Saturday last, between the Boylston Mar-
Copy examined by ket House and Hollis-street, a small yellow
ABEL PARKER, Judge of Probate. Morocco Purse with a steal clnsp,containirig about
-0- lOprincipallyin change. Also two "small keys,
Essex s.s. At a Coiurt of Probate, one, of which'is brass. Whoever has found the
holdien at Ipswich, in and for said county, on the same and will leave it at the Centinel Counting
first Tuesday in August, A. D. 1821. Room shall be rewarded. august 4
h ONATHAN S.TORY, the 4th, Esq'r athdminis- .)JBL r s b-
o trator, having presented for allowance his ac- S e twoDiSPTE-A'1s L LOS-c .
count,of administration of the estate, .within this LT on Weditesday, 25th Jlv-;a Ladies green
Co mmonwealth, oj Philippie'urlbut, late of Wood- Le .NDISPi NSABL.E, -contaivin g 2 Eagles, a
stock, in tshe distriet of Hartlnbrd and State of Ver- vet'yvan dle Box, a Sivings Bank Book and 2
msott, widow, deceased, intestate :--Ordekied, that hdkti. Whoever has found' the same. and will
the first Tuesday iii September next, ten of the leave them at te "Gazette Counting Room, shall be
lock before noon, be assigned as the time for con- entitled to the twohEagles acnd receive the thanks or
sidering said account,, at ta Court of Probate, then the loser. ". aug, 4
to be golden at Ipswich, in said county.; and that 1. f'.iLi%'7 lhlf ATED.
said ahdinist;ator give notice to all persons inter- WTAN IED.I) P..,mt-r, one' 'ho understands
estedin slid estate, by causing an attested copy of pintin a orameting chairs, both pl
this btler to be published three weeks su;ecessive- and fancy ; to suc h an one steady employment will
ly int the Columnbian Centiel,, printed in B oston, begivei.. For l (her particulars inuuire at-the
before said time, that they may be present ', u and Ceotinal Connting Room. nu 4
shlw cause, it" any they have, why saidaccout g 4
should not'be allowed. -BOY WANTED.:
D." A. WHITE, Jude"e of Probate. T-ANTED, in a small family, an active Boy,
A trtuecopy of rouordt. Attest, V I I to do the usual work. The best recnmmen-
.NATH'L LORD, Jun. Register. nations will be required respecting his habits. .
Norfolk, ss. Probate Court at Ded- Inquire at the Centinel t-lunting Ruom. !u'ly. 28
ham, August 7, 1821. : TO BE LR'T.
O-N the memorial and petition oc Rufus Ellis, r 0lWO Chambers over store, No. 24, Mlerchants-
antI others, creditors and heirs of Samt. Spear, l_ tow, with Counting Roo*s, Shelves, Coun-
late ol' Dorchester, in the county of Norfolk, mer- tears, and Draws, well calculated for )Domestio
elant, deceased, intestate, praying that Sain. Hub- Goods,and a good stand for Business.
bard. of Boistoni, in the county of Suff)lk, Esq. Also Chambers over -store occupied by JosEarx
Counselloi at Law, may be appointed adhinistra- STIC rNEt, near the Market.
tom of said deceased's estate, Ordered, that the For further particulars apply to DAVID W
consideration of said subject be referred to a Pro- BRADLEE, No. 24, Merchnsts-row. aug4
hate Court, to be bolden at Deolham, on the first
Tuesday of September next. at threeo'clock, P.M. GENTEEL Dwelg HousLE sitte n Sprng
then and there to oe heard and decided on-Ant Lu stEEL Dwelling Hounse, situate in Spring
the said Ellis is herebhy directed t give notice jtt street, with every convenience for a genteel
thereof to all persons interested in said deceased's tmily, to be entered the 10thb inst. nlquire of A-
estate, by publishing an attested copy of this order BRA'M MOORE. over No. 3, Tudor's buildings,
in the Columbian Centinel, printed in Boston, or of ISAAC DURELL, next door to said dwel-
three weeks successively, prior to said time, that ling nose. ang4
they mnv then and there appear and they shall be 'TO BE LET,
leatrd concerning the same,if they see cause.: -e ART of a Htouse int Seond-Ostreet, consisting
El)WARD H-I, ROBBINS, of P/mate. of a'parlor, kitche one or two Cham-
Copy-A\ttest, SAMUEL HAVEN, Register. hers, were there is a gooWn il of water, ram wa.
L -COPY O A LETTER, ter cistern, wood shed, &e. ; very convenient or a
.(?,COPY OF A LETTER, .stallfamnlv- rentreasonable. Iquiee of PETER
1RO.M Ebenezer Chase, Esq. Post Master, HOBART, on thie premise., aug 11
[ Andover, N. H. and Editorofa paper called
DEAt Sin-I feel it my duty 10 inform you, that 7B^O BE LET, a large genteel Brick Dweliing-
my son was more than a year troubled with a scro-- .n u use, just pnt in complete repair, not three
fulous humor oim his neck, which at length broke minutes walk'f'om State-street and all the prin-
out into three rhining sores, which were very pain- cipal Ulttsines parts of the town. It is alo retired,
ful-I applied to several physicians, habut to no e an possesses every requisite for a gent," family .
feet, tiesg like an ,iy others, opposed to applying Apply at the Palladiutum-Ofice. aug it
for Patent Mlediicines, so eslled,l' tried eve-v ex-
periment and all failed; at length, 1 conclunded .' COI" S'TI'I.AYED,
that ilf paid one or two dollars for your Dir. I RANDED on each horn 1. G. Any person
Relfe's Boutanles Drops"m nd they didt no good, it shall be suitably rewarded who will return
would be onlv. spendittg money fr tiothing, as I her, or give information to MOSES H-IISCOCK,
slad utne lutt'e, t t.'emt, with lut small tath, BIlston bMarkit aigt 8
1 procured one hiotthe, and to my great joy, wheni
lie hiad taken thsie, tse sores ,hmeme perlectlyhiet>i- T OTICE is hereby given, that thie
,ed, i nd helieh s anot been troubled with them since, .- suhseriber hiss beemi dutly appointed adminis-n
sthich is more titan a year. A child ofa Mr. Cass, trator of thIe estate ol
in this town, being troubled with a sintlhi' comn- SUSANNAH BAKER,
phtlint, I recconsmendled thium to him, t'md hy taking late of Dorehiester, in the county ofNorfolk, witdoew,
two bottles they had a like ehect. I therefore, eel deceased, anu has taken upon himself tlhait trust by
disposed to reccontitend then as an excellent giving bonds as she law directs. All persons havy-
niedicinem, and ifyon feel disposedl to make use of ing demands upon the estate of the said deceasedd,
my name,-in any of your oum'umnisations, you are required to exhibit thIe same; tnd nil persons
ithave the liberty, Yours respedtlully, indebted to the s:id estate, sre called upon ti makma
EBEN'ZEIt CHASE, l'. M. payment to (,HARLES J. ADAMS, Adm':r.
.Iilndover, .V 11. Feb. 6, 1821.. Boston, ,Autytst 8, 1821.
"'o IV. CT, a'NWY, /hemist, AVho. 24, Frank/tin- vi -
plte, iostle, lale tlasios-hotise, o/)on Jitan OTICE i.s hIereby given, that the
;'faglhtion.a subscriber hats been duly appointed executor
These Drops ar at radical cure for Salt Rheum, to the last will andl testament of
Snuity.t Scroiilula, St. Anthony's Fire, Leprosy, SUSAN G. \\ flEELFIl
pimle'd f.ices, sore legs, Ulcers, Fever Sores, late of Reading, in the county oh Middlesex, wid-
even hlien thie hone is alfected, Venet-eal Taints, ow, deceased, testate, and lihas taken upon himself
Sheti mercuriny ihas tilled, are the hobest Spring and that trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All
Atttumi.:tl physic, and may hli given to children persons having demands pnn the estate of tie sail
wilh pcifcct e ..I lt Price {-.', or six br-ttles in deceased, are reqiireil toexhibit ,he same; anui all
oue title, : .. -. c 5jVsoe are genuine, unless persons indlebtd to tihe said estate, are called upon
signed on the outsidepirinted writppcr, W. T. to make payment to
Cnway." EDMUND PARKER, Ex'r.
Prepared and shold wholesale by WV. T. CON- Readiue'. Mylit 29, 18t.

WAY, CIhe;nist, No. 24, Franklm-p'ace, 8os' on, --4" "-
the lat.- Iliansvi.n housee f ( )s Juan .Stouighton, COLUMBIALN CENTINEiL.
and retail bIy :ipt ', tin tit. by
SAM d i EL PI LSBERRY. bPliticahl...l..Mecantile....and .Micellaneous.
at the sign o! SI. Lthk,,s held, No. 56, Hanover- Puhiishied on IPedf-netdaas ai'! Saturdfays by
street, ruggist, and most Druggists, and Book- bENJA.MIN RISSELL, Publisher of the Law
s llts o tr spcletability. Also hy most PostMats- of the United States, Printer to the Stateand
tcrs. tirntighiout thle Untited Slates.
Gd'A large discount to country Phvsicians, Tra-. Proprietor, at his Office, Congress-lueet.--
ders, &c. 94 July 14 THOMAS HUDSON, printer.

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