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: VID00014
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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BOSTON, (1lassachusetts,,' SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1821.


F' UR DOLLARS per annum.
Ss2 in aIvaiive--12 cents single.

flIVE Medical Lectures of Harvard University A ND for sale at the several Bookstores, STATE
.L wilt commence at the Mass:-.chusetts Medical PRISONS and the Penitentiary System Vin
College in Boston, on the third WEDNESDAY in iated, with documents relating to the manage
November. meot and eoikcerns of the Massachusetts State Pris
Anatomy an'. Surgery, by Dr. WAnnu -. on. &e. tf sept 22
Chlcmstr'c, - by Ur. Go.RAM.
ilaiteria Medica, by Dr. JeoaIG.ow. ATHENEUM,
Midwiferv and Medical Ju- or S'7rith of the BMg-
risprudenIce, by.Dr. CUAtqSINo ish s MoaZ-inee. Or
Theory and Practice of Phy Monday 'will be publ
sic, - by Or. J.cKson. lished 'o. 108 of tifs
DR. WARREN, Dean 'ftiRe Faculty. higfjly interesting work, selected from the London
sept 15 tf T'Mazines. t which is added an INDEX for the

N OTI-E is hereby given, that the annual meet-
ing of'thle Stocilholders of the New Englaund
S ank, will be held at the Hall of said Bank. oni
MONDAY, the Ist day of October next, at noon,
for the choice of twelve directorss for thie vear en-
suittng, and to adt on such other business as may
Some before theii. -
At the same time lthesenii-inr.u.. Dividend will
oe declared asd lraid to Lthoe pea -ons holding the
stock on the 20th inst. .
87 ,rde-HlhrftePrnsi'Mnt anr7lDiretors."
sept E; E. ERO I'IlNGH.AIh, C,..,.L,.
N- OTICEis hereby given. iht, a e etinrg of thie
Stockhliiders of the z'.ii'.1k U;.imk, .il cbe
held at the room of suaid Bank,'at 12 o'clock, at
ropn, on MONDAY, tde first day of October next,
for the choice of twelve Directors fibr the year en-
suirig, agreeably tosthe Act of Incorporation. And
'.also that i. ihideniid ..f the profits of said Bank will
be paid o, ;,nd ,.iil fi.ti, those holding Stock on the
2 2d inst. By-order of the President and Direc-
tors. M. S. PARKER, Cas/ler.
sept15 .
T HE Stockholders of the Union Bank, are here-
by notified to meet at the Bank, on MONDAY,
the first day of October next, at II o'clock, A. M.
for the choice of twelve Directors for the year en-
suing, and to ast on such other business as may
come before them.
A dividend will be stid on said day to the hold-
ers of Stock on the20th inst.
r v order of the President and Directors.
sept 15 CHESTER ADAMS, Cash'r.
Manufacturers and Mechlanics' Bank.
_I tHE Stockholdersofthe Manufactuires'and Me-
chanics' Bank, are hereby notified to meet
at the Hall of said Bank, on MONDAY. the first
of October next, at ten o'clock, A. M. for the choice
of twelve Directors, for the year ensuing, and to
act on such other business as mIy come before them.
They are also notified, that a Dividend of profits
for the last six months will be declared and paid on
tte said.first of Octohet, to those persons holding
Stock on the I 8th of September.
By order of thle President and Dires.tm's.
sept 15 JAMES inALTON, Cash'r.
',pHE. Stockholders of Lyntwi Mech;nmcs' Bank,
':a rehereby,notified that their' Annual Meeting.
for the choice of Diectors and for anmy th, .iesi i-
,ness which may legallyv come before them, u.'I so
lield in thi Batik Chamberi, in said Lynn, on MON-
DAY,- tho Ist day of October ncxt,int "2 o'clock, in
the afternoon. Per order of the: President and
inspectors. Bei NJ. OLIVER% Cash'r.
Lynn, Sept. If, 1821.
' ...-- R.E JL E BTAT E. "'
7t HAT valuable property, situated in Prinoe-,
i jse.et, No. q suiaiow offcrei l for sale. rThere
are upon the premises two brick Houses. One
ort them is a large substantial and well finish-
ed house, four stories high, containing; 13s rooms
with all the accommodations alpteld for two
f milies, if necessary. The other house is in
tha rear and having thie same' entrance from
Priice-street. Their two houses are thorough-
!y built and noew in perfect repair. There
iss a good wo'. or' water, nister, ke. with every
escovenience required or private families. A cap-
ital invested in this estate will always yield. more
than 6 per cent. and it iMs considered to be one of
dthe most favorable opportunities lbr thie employ-
ment of moneywhich has been presented for a
long time. For all particulars relating to this es-
tate app ly toEPHRAIM. LOCK, No. 5, Congress-
square. 6ft sept 22
For Sale, in the Town of Saugus,
A N excellent FARM, containing oue hundred
a ersacr of valuablIe Land, with a convenient
Dwelling-houmse in good repair, Barn, Out Houses,
&e. with a good Orchard, Wood iand Tillage Land,
enclosed and well watered, within 8 miles of Bos-
ton, 9 miles from Salem, 2 miles from Lynin io-
til, 1j miles from Newbury Turnpike, and 3-4 of
a mile from a Meeting-honse. Said t Farm is a
pleasant situation for a tgentlema n wsishling to ure-
utire from the bustle of the town.
Another FARMh in said.town ofSaugus, conitsin-
-ng 30 acres of fine Land, wih n good D)welling-
house, Barn. and Out ltouses-the L.nnd is well
apportioned into Tillage, Mowing, Pasture and
Wood Land, well enclosed and watered, and blia a
number ofeihoice lFruit Trees-it is plensantliy sit-
uated near Newvbuiry' Turnpike, 8 miles from Bos-
ton and 4 miles frl-m Lynn.
A fine WVOOin LOT, of about 22 acres, near
the last mentioned Farm, to be bold in lots to suit
purchasers. -A.1LS O-
Another Firm in said Saugs,. containing seventy
acres, with a good Dwelling-house, Barn, auind Out
Buildings thereon stanGdinig-ile Newbury Turn-
pike running Gthrough the said Fasrm, which is 8
miles from toston and 4 miles from Lynn-the
aid Fai'm has avery valuable WVood Lot, andis
well watered, anld wonul be a very pleasant tsitua-
tion f4i a gentierian's Conuntry Senat.
'IThe above property will btsold heai for cash,.
or ip'nove credit for pat. For term's, apply to
"WILD, Bostnu.. sept 15
.TO )IIAfrUFvC7TUI.tiEiS. ,
F- 1OR sale-a Mill Seat, situated in Griswolsd,
in New-London county, Conuctetieut, oni the
road l leading from Groton, Norwic b-port't, Pres-
ton, throughh Griswold) to P'lainfield, and ua fow
rods south of the road from Lishbon and .ewett
City to Voluntown and Ithode-Islasn; 10 miles
fl'oi Ni'tvichi. 12 e.slerly and tip tihe stream from
Jewet City, 5 'rom iPlainflhl, :uld'35 Ifrom Pro'v-
idence-ncoinuniing the whole water oflthe Paehog
river', with a ll of' 0 feet, a pertminuiieAit dtm flow'-
ing the waster froi 5 to 6 mils,' and fIoming one
ot theA most steady amd lashiig pods in tihe con-
try,; wNith a spacious andl well stoed Canal, a
tording a coluinis of water snficient hfor samost lny'
power, and now operating 3 rItun of Mill Stones,
is Saiw '.1K .in Mclsi ii Shp li'ocnilyinsg buil.l-
inis. .: t'.I with it are 12 acres of Lulid, foi
which are 2 dwelling-houses, a blacksmith's shop,
barnu, vit'i camise-house, liclds, &e. all built within
time Imt 3 yciars, and in-the most perfect repa ir.
Thi is the first D-On cvi r erected oii ifs st-rcam,
and foir more than a century ihas been the resort of
the adjoining towns aind thie eastern part of Rhode-
Island hfr grinding, tin uimes of driought, nnd t'fn'
inurly knoiw as tle tss tles' Mills. 'llis property
will tie soul at a tsir price and accommodutinmi
-terms. A hull'Se particulh' deseriptiln may be
hlad by dir'ecting a line tA the subscriber, vim Jew-
cta City Post Office, or calling at tle premises..
Gi'iswoold, lid Sept. 1S21. 12w
To Card Jlakers.
FlIOR sale, two fi'st ratd Mtachines, for cutting
*>"i; tfor cards. They are perhi'ct ;as when
first made, then costing 25u dollhas,hut will mow be
sold a great bargain. Apply to N. DEAIRIBORN,
liig'aeser, No. 1,8, Cornihsil!. rept. 18

9th0 volume. '
Volume X. will commence October 1, and be
published ii,, an entire new type, and good paper.
Sublieriptioris received at the new Book Store,
No. 4A, 'oroliAll, corner of Water-street, where,
after thli late teporary removal, tle work will in
future be publihed-by MUNROp & FRANCIS.
sept 15.

-UST ;S' ihlshu anid Iif aFl- by MUN ROE I 7
l-H.NC .G No. 4. '.-).rnIn)I1,the WML I1A
INS 'IIUC 'OR; a *i -ez~.:. c)omrf.is d.pii,.',
selected fiom the Rules and Regulaftios for the
Field exercise and m',inmuvi'es of infantry, adapted
to the organization of the Army and Milhiia of the
United States) agreeable to a resolve of Congress."
Calealated tbr the practice of a company of Militia.
Ily E.G. House. .sept22

J71AVE received a ne'w and superior collection of
Psa nody, entitled
'le Seraph; a new selection of Psalm Tule's,
, Hymnis,and Ar.therns, from fnvoriic ansd celebra-
ted Authors, containing 'many whichli 'hae never
before been publihed'in this country, and several
entirely new, composed for this 'work':including
also the rudiments of Music in a concise anlu coml-
prehensive manner, fot- the use of schools, and. the
Cnsints and Doxologies as performed by the choir of
St. Paul's, Baltimore. Price S1. sept 22

'ISS 7t. YVONNET begs leave to inform
Vlhesr friends and the ipuhblic, that alihe contin-
ues to teach the French Language with success.-
The mnetho, she pursues for inipartng a knowl-
edge of this Language is both easy and agreeable.
She gives lessons every clay firdm' 10 to 12 o'clock,
A. M. Ladies may also le attended at their
houses. For tle-ms, iipply at the last liouso in
Portland-street. S'ept 22

CLAU't)'S BRADFOI)D will take as evening
U class of Gentlemen ..to instruct in the French
Language, which lie will give'a competent knowl-
edge otf with thu pierest pronunciation, in one
quarter. He will satisty any gentlemen of its
pI'acticaility, and will commerce, as soon as a
class is formed, in a convenient an central room.
A. Class of Ladies, that wi:l be formed in Bostcai
or any of the adjacent towns, will be attended at
thesi house, at any hour of the day, and instructed
on the same principle. Please apply to him at the
roem over Mi. .TJ Callciier's, No 40, Marlboro'-
street, or at Mrs. Bradford's, opposite the.Rope.
walk, Pleasant-steet. septenmbe'r 15

C ONTINUES open for the ri-eeptino of. pupils
wi vho may be instructed in the soli Iand ortea-
mentoual ranches of reduction, and to whose mor-
als and improvement, every attention will be paid.
6sp .fdeedflrd, September 19, 1881.

A i11. STIM3PSON respectfully informs trie
vl young Gentlemen of this town, thit his Even-
lng Scllhool, for instriactingl-the icQomplilishmiLeaiits of
Dmlancing, will commence on MONDAY, Septem-i'
ber 3d, at 7, P. M. at his Academy No. 11, Northi-
Allen-street. Terinms of instruction, p2, to be paid
at entrance, nil 8, at the close of the quarter.
His ychio.il will keep on the evenings of Mon-
days and Thursdays. epGw a g 22
To the Hon., Edward H. Robbins,'
Judge of Probate for the county of Norfolk. '
.HARLES WV. WINOSHIIl', of Roxbnry. in
the county of Norfolk, physician, and 3" il...
his wife, represent that Grorge Waslhingto'. ;', .'
ler, son of George Ziegler, late of Roxbhry, afore-
said, yeoman, deceased, intestate, at the age of
nineteen years, left the United States as a seaman,
some time in the year one thousand eight hundred
and fifteen, for South America, and actuailv arrived
at the pla,.e of his destination, that lie has never re-
turned or been heard from by your snemnorialists
within five years last past, that lie or his legal rep-
riuscntatives are entitled to one moiety of the estate
ot tl.e said George Ziegler, deceasesi, now remaini-
ngTi' the hands ot his administrator; and the said
Charlhs and Marltha in her right to the other m're-
ty thereof;-Anil they ave:' that in c-se ot the de-
ceae oft lihe said George Washington Ziegler, intes-
tate, without issue, and unmarried, they are sole
heir,, to all his estate in her vight, andSil they fully
believe the said George Washisgtoni, to be deceas-
ed and intestate, and to have lett no widow or
They therefore pray your Honor to grant admin-
it'.ratibn of the estate of said George Washingtons
Ziegler, as deceased and intestate, -to Wil'iiam
Blancy, of Roxbury, aforesaid, wharfinger, requir-
ing of hi'm sutlicient ionds.
i)edhan, Se'/t. 4, 1821.
Norfolk, as. Probate Court at Deliiam, Septerm-
b er 4, L O1.
0V thIe iaforesaid repinseeutatios and p2etitio of
Charl's V. W.imidsisip amsl Maila hias wi e-Or-
dered, that. the consideration thereof be referred to
a Pl'obate UCo'rt, to be holden at Dedham., on thel
first Tuesday of Janutm'y nxt, indl t it tha e said
Charles give notiec thereof to all ierl-sons interested,
lay publishing ail attested copy of said petition and
this order thereon, in the Collumbian Centinel,
pl'inted it Boston six weeks successively, the last
lpusiblica1tion "to be thirty days bhelii'e sail time, that
/they maisthen and there appear, and they shalll be
heard concerning thle sime, it they see cause.
ED\VWAItRD H. BOBBINS,'J. of Probate.
Copy of the Petition and QOJder,
ttest, SAMUEL HAVEN, Register.
sept 2 6\Y '
N OTICE is hereby given, that the
SL subisiber lhis been duly pointed executor
to thie last will and testament of
late of Billerica, in the county of Mttiddlesex, yeo-
sias, dieceased, intestte, anmid has taken upon hiim-
self that trust by giving bonds as t0he lawdirCets.-
All persons hlving demianids upon the estate ofilhe.
said deceased, aic r "iuired to exhibit tihe sa.nil,
and sill persons indebted to the said estate, are call-
ed upio to make payment to
.JOSEPHl PAlKER, Jr. Ex'r.
Jillerica, Sept. 4, "eL
N OTICE is )tiereby given, that the
subscriber has been ditly appoiiteJ adminii s-
trator de bonis non, wih thli will annexed, of the
estate ot LEMUEL P1ITS,
lnte of Townsend, ihm tlit county otMidtldlesex, gen-
tl."sman, deceased, t state, and ls taken upon him-
selfl that trust by giving bounds as the law directs.
All pt rsins having deti-nds upon the estate of the
said dleceased, are required to exhibit the same ;
and all persons indebted tu the said estate, are cal-
led upon lo make payment to
'idm'r de bonis eone, with the will masnie.cl.
Townsend, August 15, 1821.

THERMOMETRICAU JOURNAL for AUGUST, 1821. cob-webs of our discarded kingdom, which
F "' .KXEPT 9AT XVLT'h ,M. we have swept away from the great gothic-
TERstMOMm ,TR hall, in this lower apartment of the universe.
W .hat would SaxrEaL ADAMs have said on pe-
S. Mean nr thly temperature 71 degrees. rushing WALrTER ScOTT's description of the
S. Greatest heat 98 degrees. Least do. 4e6degrees.' coronation of GEORGE IVth ?-The Caladoni-
Le as do.* 6degres an novelist says, "I saw it with surprise a-
Smounting to astonishment."--"It is impossible"
SIi s. Weather. says he, "to conceive a ceremony more august
S, an.d imposing in all its parts, and more calcu-
is latedd to make the deepest imprAsion on the
1 71 96 81 NW. to SW. Clear and delightful; distant showers; lightning. feelings." We can tell him that GeneralWAsri-
2 69 92 73 NNW..E. JDo. do. lqsuds. I, 'No taking leave of his army and resigning'
3 74 86 71 E. SW. NW. S. Fogg), clo 'i; a copious shower; much thunder. his sword and returning his commission to
4 68 88 72 NW. W. Clear and dglighiful ; distant shower and thunder. Congress, was a scene far more imposing in
.5 59 82 67 NW. brisk. Clears (naly) ; pleasant. the eyes of a truly great man..
S 6 '61 77 67 NW. Clear rnmany:clouds. A great man struggling in the storms of
7 58 82 63 N. SW. E., S. Clear; showers in the night; lightning. fate is a picture more worthy the pencil of a
8 160 72 55 NE. E. NW. Cloudy, spifnkled; fair P. M. man of genius, than all the dramatic glitter,
9 46 80 63 NW. W, SSW. Clear ; ple day. waving plumes, burnished armour, and prane-
10 56 87 67 SW. Cleai and: g fine. ing, well-bitted horses, brought into a house
11 .64. 91 77 NW. Clear; sm.ny-6- sun obscured before night. to astonish gazing Lords and Ladies, and con-
12 71 83 60 N. E. 0Cloudy1 .. ''Brokyj clear day. found the facultits of a wonder struck poet...
13 53 -85 683 NW. to SW. i'eryUileasant' Drnight severe. WA'I-ran SroT'r says Ihe eflct of-*the
1-1 61 '3 765 SW. V'ery iieah delightful day, (smoky.) scene in the Abby u A;s beyond measure mag-
15 66 98 84 SW. W. NW. Clear, sioky, and delightful; sprinkled, lightning, &c. nificent !" When the sun descends below-
16. 71 92 69 N..E. Do. do. do.:; sun obscured before night. the horizon, then we see the blue expanse-
17 65 84 70 E. SE. S. Cloudy and ".ery smoky; fair part of P. M. [lightning. of Heaven studded with myriads of stars, and
18 70 94' 68 SW.NW.strong Cloudy; fair .liy; heavy sliowerwith much thunder and the more we gaze the more are we struck
19 66 87, 67 W. NW. E. Fair ; partly cl,.Ilyv. A. M.; clear and very fine P. M. with the dread magnificence of the all glori-
2 0 91 76 NW. E. SE. S. Clear A. M.; distant showers and thunder in P.. M. In ous Heavens ; and when we reflect that each
20 the night a sliglit shower with most awful lightning star is a sun to some, globe like this on which
21 66 79 62 W. NW. Fair; mostly cloudy, with sprinklings. [and thunder, we dwell, and that the whole assemblage of
22 55 76 57 NNW. Clear;- clouds. these glittering suns within our view, consti-
23 51 77 58 N. E. Clear ; cloudy toward night. tu te but one flower in the garden of the DEI-
24 56 78 63 NW. Cloudy and sunshine alternately. r, our faculties are in a manner overpower-
25 60 79 59 NW. E. Clear and pleasant. ed, and we sink into an undescerning amaze-
26 53 84 70 S. brisk. Cloudy with sprinklings; shower in the 'evening. meant! Such an effect is natural and honors
27 63 75 55 N. NE. E. Cloudy, mostly, A. .;-, clear P. M. ble to man. But when we hear a far famed
28 47 75 54 N. NE. E. Fair; comfortable day. author speak with rapture and amazement of
29 53 81 67 E. SE. Cloudy A. M.; clear P. M. the diamonds and pearls on the renowned
30 69 I 79 70 SE. S. E. ,Cloudy with showers'. .. coat of Prince EsTERIHAZY, we can hardly
31 64 89 72 W. SW. Clear and delightful; clouds in P. M. help bursting out in a lo lolough. Hle was
not equal after all, to the glitter o4 a diamond
SM. ResEaL-Delays, I find, are dangerous. This statement of the weather has beetle. The poet seems very apgry with an
been prepared nearly a month, but by some unaccountable neglect of mine, I have delayed honest Persian for his dogged im perturable
sending it till it is too late for publication ; and I send it now only, that you may see iow grst aviy, whoi h the incivility to sit four
materially my account differs from that.published in theCentinel of the 19thinst. The reason hour's without stirring a limb or a muscle !
is obvious. One Thermometer is kept in the house, and the other out of it. One statement For our part we nut him down a-well bred
informs us of the temperature of' a room, in which no one, but the writer himself, feels in- man, who had so perfect a command of his
terested; the other shows, what all wish to know, the true state of the weather abroad. features as not to lImig-h, or even smile at see-
According to the table' published, the difference between the morning and mid-day tempe- ing clumsy Joon B-. dr -. p in a Harli-
rature is quite inconsiderable; whereas, in the open air the Mercury generally ranges in the quin's coat, with his cap stuck full of pea-
the summer froni 20 to 40 degrees each day, if the weather be fair; and I have known the coc's fethers. He pirobalbyirelas his disci-
variation as great as 51 degrees, from sunrise to 3 P. M. even ill the month of April.
Changes in the weather often take place suddenly, which do not affect the temperate of a 'ined theus cl u wen se Ot Igets ..
room immediately; and f'r this reason a Thermormeter ought never to be kept within doors Observe tie cunning ScorT-" If you ask
for the purpose of ascertaining the temperature of the air abroad. T he only proper place ," station to s"ame Lwho bore him best ba ."-no
for it is on the North side of a building, remote from any other, and secured from the reflec- Neo marE-tKat the Lord Loxnoatnurisx
tion of the sun's rays by an open box (or the like) which will admit the air freely through th rinciOal distributor of the loaves and
oeIus eos he principal distributor of the loaves and
its sides. In this manner, lie'one I use, is eonsu'cted, and for nearly twenty years has filses ; and, after this, he would hardly allow
been suspended in the same place. I leaveyou to judge, which Table gives tie most cor- e agacious SCOTT to ufer by huner. He
rect statement of the weather. Yours, ". -. AGRICOLA. next i'emarks that "a Scotsniman can detect a
D rR, i m r Scotsman," and therefore he selects the Lord
CALVIN WASH'BURN, e MISCELLANY. I Justice CzeRKof Scotland as a distinguished
.- re o. e tlAyvKET-S'1i'BET, .._.....t. avre. ..t. .s----a... personage, and beside him the Duke of WE.-
AS recently received a variety of sesoable Ther are literary and moral pints in ro in all his laurels." This is profit-
RGOBnDS, to wit:- the following communication which are oer-; able speculation.
Superfine BBroadclots ot various colors, w worth coirin
Common andl course do. do. do ... .t.itnrl -L.werths co.nsioleration- Pr --, -P t. areetotd1 mesae tu givenat1o- the-
e os osedop onotmholly agreein piHn ith our gracious Sovereigim in his ff,ycionate ,nd sili-
idi- dT.T .. r--'.tho. -- i-o iwe. do not wholly agree in bpioon wi-th our e embrace of the Duke of York. He
Que idd Cloth drabo. Pear.and Bluedo. correspondent in other particulars. For in- speaks of it as an honest tenderness, an af-
Pelisse do. aIssorted; Drabl Kerseys, stance, we hold it to be a mark cf tgod sense fectionate and sincere reverence, thie emotion
Fes.nSiouglhts and other ColLiisigs, di ob e e' b of natural kindness, bursting out amidst cere-
tueaidn oieng Plais, C s, ood feeling in Sir VIr-LLAr t ScorTTthat monial grandeur." This may do in Scotland
White and colored Flannels; Green Rockiogs, he was pleased with the splendid part ef the and in places far distant from London and
RosaeBlaikets, 8-4 to 12-t.; Scotch Plaids, ceremony of thie late British Corination; nor Brighton, and in some places of the U.
BonlstazetIs, asuts.tdd conosrs,
Tabhvs V'ecrt1s, i do.r ho do we think the less of his patriotism and Phi- States, but the domestic characters of those
Walit Velvctls, o. o1on a.u brothers are not more affectionate laan broth-
orsted iry, lanthopr on that account. He, and any otherer in humbler life.
Vralenia ando mmeon Vesttengs, "eas in novelsrihteWahltsnyimpo-l'ersinhublealde
Bri'tish Siotinc 'Calicoes Dimitiies, anbd an equal r'ighct, without any impro- One of the most extravagant assertions of
Camnbrics ; MsliLns ; Brown and black Linens, per imputation, to be pleased with the ermin- o the Romantic Novelist is, that the Duke of
English Silk iid Lc ahcr Gloves, ed robes the ittern ronets and brilliant : Witr.l.tsTos- moved and lookeddeserving .
nahon~esiHats ilkaer, etCrapMkc;c. mus robes, tle glittering cor onts, and bprioiant t we h a serious obeceo that t y s- t
tailhan Sewpihg Skoniltd GCnrapes, &c. &C. glteiga th aton, ose thichws never' s'edl by soJ
W0ii;ec nay'be purchased by piece or yard, on decorations withouti any reference to the s worthy a hand." What! not the Duke of
s5t0islorv terms, eptl sepet '26 wearers) displayed on the occasion, as any' l MAnLBonouGH ? Lord PETEznnoonowH ? Gene-
JLERIGflA" GO)ODS. otherman hadto be pleased with q plain coat, ral MozK ? We have no hesitation in saying
that 0v it CnotwELc, Nt,-OI.EOy BUONA-
SOlIN SPRING, No. 16, Kilbv-street, is coo- witlioat cuffs or buttons, and a leather cap.- a oT, and evenWiCi ALt WAI.'lACo were infino-
I antlyreceiving, krefiom e te And when in viewing" the spectacle, his sen- itely beyn ad thle osteinstble hero of Waterlo
ries an l offers for sale hbi its package or pi'mec"-cs
great variety of COTTON and WOOLLEN stations were mingled with the reflection, that in military and civil merit.
.GOODS, consisting in part of the fabrication of everyG part of the gaudy e enters on canvas, ar l pain ters ofchs, ac-
sreadcloths, Casiimeres, Saltinets dieses anId decrations whic ere a s n tears in novels, are all sordid flatte rers, and
iest Cloths, Denims, BedTickig,, dresses and decorations which were passing there ought to be a strong line of distinction
ChVmbrays, ngh1ams, before him, had given employment to some i made between them and sober honorable lis-
lid'srown an o leached S oieetings, oione of may thousand artists, and not only em- torians. i
3-4 anid .7-8 biroin si Shirtings We, RepubIicans, will not quarrel with any,
Do. bleachGed ho. ; Apron Checks, ploym ent, but pleasure far exceeding that of Weo tr their adoration of Kings, Lords, t
Stripes Pbaids, Tmbae Cots, l the fatigued wearers, the sensation he felt and- Bishops-a horse is proud of his rider. f
Trends, Knitting Cotton,
Shoes, His, aperi etc. must be considered more of a patriotic and But we have a serious objection that the ris- t
...ILSO... philanthropic nature than those of hIs s fastidi- ting generation of this county should view I
3000 lbs. first ql.u.ity Laibs Wool, yus neighbors. the false glories of Britain through the spec-
5000 do. dirst l tit Fleece doo. ous neighbors., taclts of WAr orta ScobTr, who hnwevaer in-
50 reamns Letter Plaper, n cn l genius, and highlyy capable of entertaining s
I case Sewiin Silk, black and assorted colors, TIE BRIT IS n gCORO 7T n o V. young men and woraen, 'is in a great measure, t
sa.ipcrier quality. a slave by system, compared with a citizen of 7
Cash advanced ool, nd onWooland every description IR;, LTat ScoTT's description of the the U.S. a
of Goods consigned for sale. S Coronation of' Gsoim. IV tlh confirms me The British nation, like the ancient Jews, d
_espct 26 copise'postJy in the opinion long ertSertained, lhat his Nov- are fond of pomp and show, and of glittering c
BRrTISH PIECE GOODS, els, so 'much read, so much admired, ard stones, and all things else that catch the eye ,v
I IVD< by tile Mount Vernon F galc'n sold at so high a price, is aproofof the degen- anddazzle the mind. Not only their royalty,
Sand S lk, ion Liverpool- the followingn' rate taste of the Britisi, and of the imma- but their priesthood is full of it. The digni-
Scasoniblse Goods, which are ol'fiercd for sale at tured taste of our own countrymen. That fiedsimplicity of the Christimn system swept t,
fl' a prices, or cI sl or on short, credit, at No. 68, writer commnoly selects a portion of true his- all this away, until the Catholics and their J
State-street, viz : to'y, aind turns it into rurmance, confounding close imitators the Episcopal Church of Eng
Plain taind figured Blombazes ; WVildbores, troth and fiction in so unprofitable a manner land, restored it. This drove our forefathers ir
Rattinets ; Coroiialion ChesKs ;' Tlrtnn Plaids, that the yotng searcher after historical truth fi'om Old Kngland to dew ; and we think it ft
Valeinci:, T'oilinet, and Swansdow Vestings, cannot draw the line between fact and fiction, is doing service to remind the rising genera-
lin nil printed C uassincre Shawls, Mvythology, or sheer fiction, is most common- tion of it, lest they should be led astray by r
Bck. Sellov, green and white e lannels, ly'trutih and good morals dressed up in the the very expensive and gawdy trappings f
iose aiikets, 7-4. to Il-t, garb of allegory; but the Scotch Novelist de- royalty, blazoned fort by the pen of flattery,
Fei-lh cgilts and e l singss base.gotld with such n unreasonable quanti- viley thousands and thioueands oftheir poor h
Drla Broatdloths ard Kersedys, whme very ,rasted .he rt nd eoe eandGE UNIV ERI p o
Bhle ind dral I'elis Cloths, t y ofdlloy that the coin ought not to pass in are suffering for want of food and cloathi.ng.
Men's and Woa's bear Gloves, snmc lined any country bt hi own. he annny cntrs y dt his owl. e main drift of ALEXIPnIARMICUS. i
with fleece, the Scotchman's novels is to magnify, beyond p e tink t melammholy event that a
Men's real huc Gloves, all bounds of sobertruth, Scotland, and Scotch- took ace just after his Majesty sailed for
Y,,uth's' avt Misses liedtefleec ad other beli- inc. Ain artificial and thinselled ornament t kelant, woeusle h sa vIery good subject for f
ve Gle, glitters through all his scenery, likes wampum s of thig ret ots and omace wit
Blmetk kid .lbit Gloveso ot ouvr own savages. Every thing is done to g re
M'Ind' as I Wisios' hsllackeand white silk Gloves ive a n air of lgnity and s heroism to a rtice of ers to try their talents o a tra'ecdy. ',, ey
an seose, would be at no trouble at invention, or' sIsge-
Paid go ,I mem, wlho within our iown memory, were not nious fiction. The tragical story is complet-
l-9 dark andiligihit Prints, much elevated above our Cherokees and ed to their hands. Two female ghosts rising ti
h Ble aid twliite nd two blue Prints, Chopctaws. i is
Two greenian sld brow and yellow Prints, When we speak of those degsenerate state of si te midst of a coronaion, glitterAing wites h
Conmmon Plate ePrinits, the English Novels, f e would ask the judic- dianods, peas, gold, and having pet i iluimes, p
Copper ldateaidlotlherFur'nitai'es, ions reader to compare the Scotch NoIyels rdd.-Richard he srisingd, andeff Mabehi' skiflwol P
Cohn-ed Sas iOet Ctiiabics, w'itnh those written by SAMvUeL RtchsAresol, e, n ahin to et tl n
White Cambrics and Jaconets, and bIIy FI '. The first the most nothingat
6-4Saeharia Muslins, perfect delineation of the hi.sman heart, and ..caN-fiNd, a'
0.4 figured Lenu Muslins, the brightest example of' pure murals, con.- h-

Imitasni Cumbrii Pocket Hdkts. some very trusted with the worst; aid the other tue (1.I1BRIfDGE Ud IVERSITY. 0
flsiiwitlh eimbroidered corners, most perfect paintings of theEnglish character I read witll pleasure some of the opinions t(
Pi'inted Po'cket Hdkl's. and manners, alid all without exaggeration, of"-u'isimus," and of A. B. in your last iim- C
White sad colored bordered do. without o'er stepping the modlesty of nature. her, respecting" the laa'ity of discipline, both f..
-4 MiG 6-4 Dimotiis, We here see men and women of all grades sm'ra snd literary," in Harvard College. I do ds
tinitmosingiand nii cyrGi.ghanis, of station at d Intellect, just as they are in life, not wish to interfere with the labors of either ; T
Psi.citCfisia gla'Sdkcrieti, whSle t e Seotch novels carry away thIe im- but I cannot sit easy under some ofI his senti- as'
Ttcvets, tik g iet garias g'en, ol aination by witches, and things sipernatur- ments, because I consider titem injuriois to ei
troin, runoon inI dralb, s aj and all in the gaib of sober history, sound science and destructive to a good edu- n
Brnwn Lincns-M ilhincts, Thl'e Corouation was a sort of grand drama, cttioi. I refer to Iis protesting against the
VIixeil.aid bundle LIondoi Pins, or very higls wvroughst theatrical exhibition, study of Greek and I~atin. I
London Qiuaity 1hintiings, calculated to impress susceptible minds with i oment, wiLth many others, the time consn- iii,
Silk Twist and Twist Buttons ; Cotton Net do. reverential awe for Kings, Lords, and Bish-. ned in acquiring these lanthaetim, and wish s
White ais colored Bed Lace, tee. kc. ups ; the very beings we Americans have war- med us acim thes witltgeo, amiiia l
..2Io s/sheod-A good issortmentofFeisch and red against with success. We- have cleared we coislg teach them wvith ts.e rapity amd flu'
Canton Goods; Iltalan ; Sewing Silk ; Fa g and c te ,od ofmthemall; and here comes i >'our ltias (A. B.) ruiis into the too common nI
tr S,1 'dkfs. Le s patet sp r' the great Scotch Novelist to make our young mistake, that the tiie speit in studyimig Latin l
sept 2 2 "H ^'L S "B men ant ^young Woiube,i love with the old and Greek is so much of life spent in mrsely

acquiring the skill of translators; whereas it-
is time well spent in studying the cultivated
minds,-exalted characterand sublime thoughts
of the greatest people that ever figured: on
the theatre of human actions. The Grecians,
were the first of mortals. "The Grecian
Commonwealths, while they maintained their
Liberty, were the most heroic confederacy
that ever existed, they were the politest, the.
bravest, and the wisest of men. In the short
space of little niore than a century, they be-
came such statesmen, warriors, orators, histo-
rians,physicians,poets, critics, painters, sculp-
tors, architects, and, last of all; philosophers,
that one can hardly help considering that
golden period, as a providenti:.l event in hon-
our of human nature, to shew to what perfec-
tion the species might ascend. Now the lan-
guage of the Greeks was truly like them-
selves, it was conformable to their, transcen-
dant genius, Where matter so abounded,
words followed of course, and those exquisite
in -every kind, as the ideas for which-they
5tood." ,;,
Your correspondent -in;s-"' re military
tactics now, to be taught and explained by the
manieuvres of the Grecian phalanx or Roman
legion ?"-I answer, promptly, yes. Freder-
ick the great of Prussia studied them both toM
great advantage, but not so closely, and to so:
much advantage as .Napuleon the great. He
found nothing modern worthy imitation--
Greece and Rome was his examplars. The
Romans were engaged seven hundred years irn
wars and civil commotions. Hence therefore
their language, like their ideas, is copious in.
all terms of things warlike and political.
Would an Englishman, or an American turn,
with .indifference from the study of the steady
Romans in their own language ? Who woula
not wish to feel and think like a Roman?
When the study of the character and actions
of the Roman republicans becomes indiffer-
ent to the leaders of a nation, that nation- is.
on its decline. A few years spent in studying
l1iqjentic Rome is not lost time. -
We are farther asked if it be needful "to.
appeal to Cicero oi questions of m6'als, or tor
Aristotle, on points of philosophy?" sThe first
may bedoubtfuil. But on points of Philosophy,;
I do solemnly aver that no man is fit to plasi
and direct the affairs of an University who
thinks lightly of that preeminent Philosophe'y
Great as I venerate the mental powers andu
learning of Lord Bacon.1 must consider hiqg
as inferior to the'mighty Staggrite. In study-
ing' the greek of Aristotle we is-ocials
o.rselves with his gigantic mind. 1 he -:n.- -
may, in a measure, be said of the a Iitinp ot"f
Plato. In pertfsintigthe writings of the disci-
ples of Zeno, we dougot merely acquire the
language of the reoivwned Stoicks, but we
feel with them that-noble system of truth and
fortitude, and that refined morality which may-
well put millions of christians to the blush.
If it be profitable to us to think and, feel like
a noble Greek and Roman, then is it needful ta
study their language. Whenever Greek and
Latin shall banished from our schools, t'en.
will a-tlick and black .-cu tain be drbpt be-
tween us and the profound wisdom of the an-
cients, and cimmerian darkness may follow.
I entirely agree in opinion, with A. B. that
the present deplorable state of Harvard Col-
lege, arises, in a'great measure, from the folly
of parents in supplying their sons with the
means of dissipation, which implies theirsanc-
tion of it.
The celebrated WniTr.ir.Tem once preaching;
on the folly of avarice in old men, and dissipa-
tion in the young, broke forth in the following
masterly strain,-"Ye rake and ye scrape, and
ve dejay yourselves the comforts of life-and all
for ivhat ?-7'o buy your son a coach and six te'
ride'to Hell in. C. D.
Cambridge, Sept., 1821.

ritom ouist Arcre'r rILES OF EroLISi PAPERS.)

lRevolition in the M7orea, r.'c.
.1AUSTRIA. VIEr'NA, AUG. 1, 1821.
STHE Greek Insurrection in the interesting-
peninsula of the ."Iorea, has been rmore
successful than those attempted *;., Mofdavia
and WF.allaldia ; still, at the date of the la-
test accounts, they had not been able to ef-
'ect the reduction of the fortresses into which-
the Turks have thrown themselves on being
pressed by the Greeks ; and they still remain
destitute of a leader of skill. Having the'
command of the sea, the Greeks expect to
starve those fortresses'into a surrender, as
hey cannot subdue them by the sword. Thel
T'urks continue to make sallies from the cit-
adel of Patros, which' town has been wholly
lestrcyed. [This town, the ancient Patrae,
containedd 6000 souls, of which only about 250
oere 7furks. In the time of Pausoniua it was-
adorned ewith temples, a theatre, and odeum.-
Like Athens it is situated some distance fi'om
he sea, and is the most northerly town of the
There has been a smart battle in Thessaly,
n which the Bey of Negropont has been de-
eated near Zilani.
We learn from Athens, that the Turks have
retired to the citadel; where they were irn
'ant of water. The Greeks have battered
he town, and it is said, that two thirds of it
has been reduced to ruins.
The Greek cause does not look well. The
inhabitants of the islands in the Archipelago
re said to have resolved, in case of their final
allure, to embark on board their numerous
vessels, all their effects, their wives and chil-
drcn, and to seek an asylum in America.

Under pretence of giving fullaccounts of the
umultunus kindness with which his Majesty
as been received in Ireland, and the joy ex-
ressed by the King at his reception, the op-
osition papers have taken occasion to circi-
ate anecdotes and statements, which have
o existence in fitct, and are the mere coin- *
ge of their own brains. Such for instance,
s the King's accosting a Peer, by calling
im a 'f black whiiskered honest fellow ;"-
f calling to the people who were following,
o .jevcer mind the grass, d--n the g:'a.s /
lome on."-And in telling the company that
Ilowed him to the PI'ark, that "he reould
'ink their health in a bowl ofw/hiskey punch."
hlie speech in which the last expression is
tid to have been made, has been misreport-
d1 in other particulars.-T'he following is
early a copy of it :
" In add;.e' sing you, uy friends, now ::ronil me,
cosceivc I am addressing tie Nohilltv, GCncriv,
id Yenom::nry, of Ir0 land. I can truly si' thi:sis
e ofi'lthe iapiiest moments itf my lit'. I isn tse
*t of my tanniiy h h:ive se' f(ot on irish ;':r .nd.
hat burst of ficling which I ihav' n'itiise,' in my
oegrss here has bIeen most deliglihtfil lao mei it
all be m endeatl ionr to repay it. r'.* i:n 1.., i
ved Itel'ird. I trust I can: boast of a tsuy 'i:lh

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it-art. I am just now under the inconvenience of
a long and protracted voyage. Gentlemen, accept
my hearty thanks for your truly Irish welcome."
The King well knows how to temper digni-
ty with affability, and will, unquestionably,
when in Ireland do as Irishmen do."

DBUt.Tx, Ave. 15'. Every man, woman, and
child in Ireland appears delighted with the
King; and not the smallest particle of party
spirit exists any. where. His Majesty said
yesterday to Sir BENJAMIN BLOOMFIEzLD, "I
want no soldiers.--I want no other guards than
my Irish people." The fact is, there is not a
soldier nor a peace officer in attendance on
his Majesty. The King held a private Levee
this day, at which several Ambassadors, and
Irish Dignitaries, having business with him,
were present. But no one else was permitted
to be present.
LoNnor, AUo. 20. Alderman Woon has
published a note complaining that Dr. Les.-
aIeGrox, and the other Executor of the Queen,
have treated him ill, by refusing to report his
name aa one of the Queen's household, to at-
tend the funeral of her Majesty. Probably it
was the Doctor's fault, that the obsequious Al-.
derman was not noticed in the Queen's will.
Funeral sermons, in honor of the memory
of the late Queen, were preached in many of
the churches yesterday.

SAT.oNXca, [the Thessalonica of Bible history]
JesE 27. We are in a state of extreme alarm,
An insurrection of the Greeks of Calamaria'
has broken ou, .and the Turks, after a bloody
and furious conflict, have been driven into
this city. It was.nearly full of troops before,-
and under the irritation of defeat, and having
a powerful influence over the Turkish inhab-
itants, the most frightful excesses are feared.
Our situation is noer aggravated by the ap-
pearance of a Greek squadron in our harbor,
who are making preparations to attack the
place. [Other accounts say, Salonica.surrei-.
dered, after a three weeks blockade, on capizi-'.
Greek fleet. The Greeks have nearly two
hundred armed cruizers,.- mostly merchant-
men, and fully manned. To meet this force,
uncommon exertions are making in all the
Turkish naval arsenals to equip men of war;
and the command of the fleet has been given
so Kasa Ali, late port commander of Constan.
The French have seventeen sail of armed
vessels in the Archipelago.

ZAiTE, 'JULY 1. The Turks from Patras,
assisted by a body of Lalliots, have defeated
the Greeks and lonians near that place ; kill-
ed 550 on the field, and impaled, after cap-
tuer, about40 lonians. The Turks have 6000
men at Patras. At Hydra the Greeks actu-
allvyroasted the Turks they took alive by a
slow fire', first cutting off their ears and noses!

Pants, Aer. 16. Yesterday the Marquis
CAZA lAuIno, Envoy from Spain, was intro-
duced to his Majesty. ...
four of the members of the late Insurgent
Parliament of .aiples,,ha.e been sent under
guard to Austria.

A NOTIFICATION has been issued by the
Naval Department, dated yesterday, that
all vessels bound to the West-Indies an(!
Gulf of Mexico, that shall rendezvous, by the
15th day of October, in lat. 37 deg. N.and..
10 leagues B. of Cape Henry, off the Chesa-
peake Bay, may have the benefit oftthe Uni.
ted States' ship Hornet, and brig Spark.

sa'. AUGUSTIS, (E. Florida) sF.'tr. 1.
J\ew .RppoiZtments1.-Oi Saturday last, Mr.
Secretary WOTITINUOTO.-, exercising the pow'-
ers of Governor of this province, under the
Captain General JCeKSox, proceeded to the.
farther organization of the Civil Autho iity of
the county ofSt. Johns and o 'thin'city, in con-
formity to certain ordinances which have been
The Governor, accompanied by Capt. Bxt.,
of the Artillery, commanding the U. S. troops,
Capt. HAMMERSLrT,- of the navy, and many
rioridians, met the Civil Officers in the Coun-
cil Chamber at 10 o'clock, when, after a short
and appropriate address, the following gen-
tlemen were sworn into office:-
Hon. Thomas Fitch, Presiding justice.
John Biekley, and.T. H. Petnn, Esqrs. Justices
of the Quorun, Nwho, with Willii m Reynold. and
larqnar Bethune, Esqrs. two Justices f-rom tihe
country, sre to form a Coutnty Court-of which
Gorge .Gibbs, IEsq. is Clerk, and J. R. Hanhlim,
Esq. ?il-h Sheriff.
Hon... G. ,Forbes, .Mayor.
Anselne Gay, Daniel Copp, F. J. Fatio, Ciharles
Rohiou, Philo Andrews, atid A. Triay, Esquires-

George Murray, Esq. Clerk.
Gam. Darling, hlimh Constable.
J. Du Bose, Esq. Justice of the Peace.
The meeting was fully attended by our
taost respectable-citizens, as well from the
neighboring States as of the city, the officers
of the Navy and Arm), the Frdnch Consul for
South-Carolina, the Marquis De FoUGEaE, the
late Mayor, and the officers of the late gov-
The oaths were administered with much
ceremony, under the auspicious waving of
the Star Spangled Banner; and the novelty
of'the scene was much increased by the pres.
ence of about 50 Indians ofl.ie Chehaw tribe,
who had just came into town to visit the new
The utmost harmony prevailed, and the cer-
emony closed by adjourning to the residence
of the new Mayor, and partaking of an excel-
ient collation, while our Indian neighbors.
were treated with some rations, as usual on'
such occasions, to testify the national hospi-
.tality.-Flornda Gazette. .

DETROIT, SEPT. 7. Gov. CASS, and Mr.
SILB, Commissioners to treat with the In-
dians at (1hicago, have returned, after hav-
ing effected an advantageous treaty with the
Pitawatamies, Ottawas ancd Chippewas. by
which a cession has been obtained of all the
country extending from the southern boun-
dary of this Territory to Grand River, con-
taining, by estimation,five millions of acres of
land. Nearly 3000 Indians attended at the
Council; and every thing was fairly discuss-
ed, and deliberately weighed, and stipula-
tions are inserted in the treaty very favorable
to'he amelioration of the condition of the
Arineralogicalfact. The party which re-
cently repaired to Chicago to form the treaty
with the Indians, discovered one of the most
remarkable mineralogical facts which has
been known in our country. There is in the
bed of the J.nu Plein, af(d within about forty
rods of its junction with the Kankakee, a large
black walnut tree, iit a perfect state of petri-
faction. The tree, as it lies in the river,
measures about fify-one-feet ; but this is not0
its whole length, for a part of it is covered by
the bank. It is from two feet and a half to
three feet in diameter. The tree is divested
of its branches, but both the bark and the
wood of the trunk are entirely converted in- I
t' stone. Iron pyrites and crystals of quiartz
tire evidently distinguishable in this petrified e
Sit),l.aince. The tree i;*,eif is in tle bed of the

f river, and the rocky bottom of the stream is
formed upon it. Some of the rocks, certain-
ly in situ, which rested upon the tree, were
taken up. They were a species of the latest
sand stone. No other petrifactions were dis-
covered in -the vicinity ; nor did there ap-
pear to be any quality of the water which pro-
duced this remarkable result.-
Large specimens of this tree have been
brought to this city, and will be deposited a-
mong the various collections in the country.
"We understand that Mr. Schoolcraft, who
accompanied Gov. Cass. and who has remain-
ed at Chicago for a few days has collected
all the facts which could be ascertained, an4
which could reflect light upon this interest-
ing subject. His mineralogical and geologi-
cal acquirements are well known, and there
are few men in our country who are more
competent than he isto pursue such an inves-
tigation.-The scientific vorld may expect
from him'an able and interesting memoir."

NEW-.Y RK, SEPT. 24. We learn that the
steam ship Robert Fuliton, is preparing an
armament of six guns, and 24 musquets for
protection against piratical cruisers. It is
asserted, that she can discharge 1200 gallons
of scalding water a minute, nearly to the dis-
tance of point blank musquet range.

NEWv-YoRn, SEPT. 26. The Committee of
Vigilance of the United Dry Goods Mercan-
tile Association, have reported, that, owing
to a variety of causes, the Association has not
,been followed by the results generally desir-
bed and expected at its formation ; and have
ifesolved (64 to 62) that the resolutions a-
dopted May 31st last, to restrict the Mem-
bers from being concerned in purchases and
-sales at auction, be repealed. At the same
time, they expressed their opinion that the
system of sales by auction is immoral in its
tendency, calculated to foster the interests
of foreign manufacturers and agents at the
expense of the regular American merchant;
and one which every good citizen should
lend his influence to suppress.-They have
appointed a committee to petition Congress
on the subject. ---
Extract cfa letter from Captain WFarner, of
the brig Caledonia, of Philadelphia, to his
owners, dated
"HIavana, 9th Sept.--While laing in the
harbor, we were boarded by 14 Robbers,
armed with pistols, cutlasses and daggers--I
was the first that was knocked down; after
which we were all-put down in the forecastle,
and the mate and m) self plundered of every
thing, and the vessel robbed of about 85
boxes of candles; but we were fortunate
enough next morning to recover a'tout 33 of
the boxes, and great hopes of getting the
rest, as I believe thefellow in whose posses-
sion those recovered'were found, has inform-
med of the rest of the gang-they also stole
my small boat' There has been 7 or 8 vessels
robbed within these 8 days, both at sea and in
this harbor. Capt. Shain, of the Ajax, of
-Philadelphia, was robbed the same night of
about 81000 of property, and the like depre-
dations are nightly committed."-Phil. Gaz.

ALBANY, SEPT. 24. People of Colcur.-
The following abstract has been read in the
Convention of this State :
Years. Free Blacks Slaves. Total.
1790. 4,654 21,324 25,978
1800 10,374 20,613 30,987
1810 .25,333 15,017 38,350
S1820 29,228 10,089 39,367
The most important faets presented in this
abstract is, t it in' 30 )>.ua ,the 3laves-in -
N. York have decreased more than one half;
and the free peopleof.colour increased more
than seven fold. It is interesting also to re-
mark, that the increase of the colored popu-
lation in this State has been only about
13,000 in 30 years, during which the whole
population has increased from 340,000 to
1,372,812. -- --
CONCORD, N.H. S rT. 24. The following
is an accurate statement cf the loss by the
Tornado, the 9th inst.-
sulildings. Sc. completely demolished.-S dwel-
ling houses, 1 large house Fraine, i barn, '1 sasiw-
mill, 1 cider-mill, 5 sheds, 8 orchards and 330 acres
of-woodland blown down, and I cow killed.
BtuidUZgfs., c. injured.-6 hdwellng houses, 3
barns, and 3 iedies-corni and potatoes fields, stone
wall, fences, destroyed and injured; householdI
furniture crushed anti blown away; cattle, ke. in-
Th r nrihcipal sufferers were Nathan asid Jona-
tan Hcrrick Jo Dvi, Josiah Davis, Anthony
Surgent, PeIer Sargent, and Levi Ilarvey. The
others were Asa Giige, Aitns Page, S. S. Knowl-
ton. William Morgan, Widow Brocklebank, E..
Davis, William Clark, John W illiams, Widow
Harvey, Mathewv Harvey, J. P. Sahin and Widow
Ad-inis. ,

By the London Packet, Capt. TnACT, from
London, papers to th'e 20th August have
been received. They d9 not furnish any new
event of interest. No notice is taken in
them of the report of the death of the King
in Ireland. If he is killed in Ireland it will
be with kindness.

FromChili, .May 30. "Sir TiioMAs HanDY,
who commands the British squadron in these
seas, has called a meeting of the British mer-
chants at Valparaiso, and informed them that
the aggressions of the Chilian government,
executed by Lord CocHnRAxz, were insuffer-
able; that the blockade they had instituted
was'unlawiful, and that he should resist it ;
and protect British property in lawful com-
merce while afloat, but could render it no
protection on shore, The merchants have
become alarmed at tilis information but it is
not expected that the Cftilian government
will risk a rupture with England. It is re-
ported to be in contemplation to open the
ports of Lima to all nations."

F From .Mexico. Advices have been receiv-
ed from LaVera Cruz, that an armistice had
been agreed upon between the Patriots and
Royalists,for three months, to extend all over
The lists of votes for Governor, returned
from 250 towns and plantations in .Maine,
have been published iln the Portland Gazelte,
and Eastern rArgus. They do not exactly
agree ; but their variation is not. essential.
The average of the two statements is here
given, andl it will not probably vary much
-from the official result :-
For Julge Panns - 12,922
For Mr. W1IttIAN "6944)
Gen. WINsAAT 4160? Total 11,709
Scattered 605
Majority for PARrs 1213
There were six small towns and about 30
plantations not heard from; uit tlieyproba-
bly did not cast more than 700 votes in "all,
and a majority of them have unquestionably
been for Judge PAninis. His election may
therefore be recorded as certain.
In the election of Senators there has been
an unusual division.-The Senate is composed
of twenty-one members-eleven makir-g a
quorum. It appears that only one mire than
a quorum !has been elected by the people.
Of the Representatives elected, many are
seen who have been prominent for talents

and influence in the Councils of Massachu-
setts, and held high places in the ranks of
federalism. We should suspect that the ma-
jorities of both branches will be of the same.
politics as the Executive.

The New-York Convention are proceeding
on the important subjects before them, with
industry, ability and spirit. Nothing decisih"
has been adopted ; but we are glad to find,
that in all the decisions of the Committee of
"the whole, heree alterations have been a-
greed to, they have resorted for the amend-
ments to the provisions of the Constitutions.
of thfs State, and the United States.

The land of steady habits.-An old man died
lately in Connecticut, who had been fifty-six
times elected a member of the state legisla-
ture. -- ...
There have been six ineffectual trials to
elect a Representative to the present Con-
gress, in one of the Districts of Vermont.

We are informed that the Worcester Cat.
tle Show, &c. were well attended on Thtirs.
day, by the Yeomonry of .that rich and fertile
county, and by may visitors from the vici'ni-
ty, and this town. The day was fine, and the
exhibitions, we learn, gave high satisf'A6tion.
We have not received particulars. /'.
Brighton-Preparations for the Exhibitions
at this Emporium on next Wednesdayi knd
Thursdayweek, are in due forwardnei Splen-
did as the exhibitions of thePairentAgricjlIltu-
ral Society at this place have been, t~ sp" I
a prospect, that they will not suffe.i'itini
tion, neither in number nor utility, tAT'Iar..
Middlesex.-On Friday next,; the; Middle-
sex CattleSnbw and Exhibition ofu'Manufac-
tures, will take place at Concord.li .There
will be a procession, and an address by RuT-
fus HOSMEn, Esq. The Committe. of Ar-
'rangements--Jv. -Barrett, D. Shititick, J.
Hurd, jun. X. Brooks, anid J. Davis, Eagrs.

From the triennial Catalogue of the grad'r-
ates of this ancient seat of learning, justlpuab
listed, it appears that 4972 persons have re-
ceived its hQnors ; that 4622 have proceed-
ed Bachelor of Arts. Of the last number,
2880 are numbered with the dead; 1225
were Ministers of the Gospel, of ,whbon 307
are still living. The oldest living graduate
is the venerable EnwAnn A. HOLYOKE, t.B d..
1.L.s. who received his first degree in 1746-
75 years ago, and is still living, active in his
profession, and one of the most distinguished
physicians in the United States. Of the six-
next classes who succeeded him, there is not
one living. Of the cliss of 1753, there is butm
one ; of 1754, none; of 1755, two, President
AnDAMs and Judge SEWAL ; of 1756, three,
one of whom is our respected and venerable
townsman,'the Ibon. TixOTuY WVALKES, who
is now the sixth living graduate on the Cata.
logue.-Concord (-V'. H.) Observer.

The Annual Exhibition at the Theological
Seminary im Andover, was held on Wednes-
day last at the Chapel of the Institution. The
day was fine, and the audience unusually
large and respectable. The performances
of the several classes were conducted its a
manner highly interesting to 'the hearers'
We noticed particularly those'of the Senior
Class, as being written in a .chaste and forci-.
ble style, and containing a liberality of sen-
timent worthy of the high character.ofthe-'
Institution.-To a gentlemLn who attended
Athe exhibition we are indebted for this ao-
count.-Sale n Gazette. -

"Health of our Towns. The deaths by nim-
lignant fever in Norfolk,at the last dates ave-
raged three each day. The deaths in all have
been about 130. .
Baltinmore. There were three deaths by
yellow fever the the 22d inst.
Wiulniuton JV C. .'Sept. 15. S:ncethe last
report, five whites and one blatek have died'
of the prevailing fever, and a number of new
cases have taken place :

On Saturdaty-the day-preeedijg tthe asw'!
ful tornado in .N'e-w Hamin/pshi.e, &c;-a tr-c,
mendoas whisilwind passed over Farningtora;,
and several other town'" in Connecticut,
sweeping off almost every thing Which stood
within its range ; and blasting tl'e hopes s of
the husbandman.

By a statement int a N. Orleans paper.of the
circumstances attending tlhe transaction at
Pensacola, relative to papers in possession of
the Spanish Governor, Callava, which were
demanded by Governor (Gen.) JACKSON, it ap-
pears that while the former, and his steward,
were in confinement by order of the latter,
Judge PROMsENTIN issued a writ of Hlabeas
Corpus for the pi soners, "which the keeper
of the prison not deeming himself j-stified in
obeying, sent to Gov. JACKsoe-and Gov.
JAcKsoN considering an attempt to extend re-
lief of this nature to prisoners committed in
open court-and that' the highest court in
these provinces-for contempt of.c6urt, an
outrage upon its dignity, and a nn1s'emeanor,
cited Judge FitoMENTIN to appear liefore him
to answer to this charge."-Patriot.

0Ailitary. We learn that those Commander
in Chief will review Col. CONANTr's regiment
of infantry, of the third division, at Sudbury,
on Tuesday next, at noon.
Ont Tuesday there will be a review of Gen.
ArPrpLiro's.briga(le,(with the exception of the
Gloucester troops excused on ,account of the
distance) at Beverly. in Essex:-" The line'to
be formed at 8 o'clock in thd tnorning.
On the same day, the first brigade of the
first division, clmnmanded by Bi-tgadier-Gen-
eral DnAttsOlW, will be intsp.'tld l review-
ed at N eponset. '' ''' '

We are glad to learn, that preparations for
erecting a-commodious hotel at Nahant have
commenced .
There are eeventy-three Houses, or places
of Public Worship in the city of New-York,
only two of which are incomplete.
Bibles. The Bible Societies in Europe
have published in all languages, no less than
four millions of bibles, aind those in Amerlica
have made an addition of nearly a quarter of
a million. .
A second Whitefield. The Rev. Mr. MorrPiT,
preached on Sundlay and last evening, at the
Methodist's Chapel, Bromfield's lane, to very
crowded audiences. He is a young man of
powerfl eloquence, and fervid piety.

To CORRESPONnDESTS. WVe fear our mer-
cantile engagements will not admit of the
continuance in our columns of the controver-
sy on the subject of a late Law Decision. We
feel that the subject is important; but we
find that it will become prolix. We have,
thus far, given fair play to both sides, and
honestly believe that nine-tenths of our reaJ.-

ers are as ready to pronounce judgment upon
it now, as they will be at any future time.
We had determined to have suspended all
further remarks on the system of Education
at the University, as we understand the sub-;
ject has been before the proper atthelities
of the Institution some time; and asa we have
full confidence in their good intentions and
wisdom:-But we have thought that justice
required, that we should not refuse to insert

the article given this day, in which the
learned lamiguages, as taught at the Universi-
ty, are vindicated.

In this town,on Siulday evening last, by the Rev. Dr.
Baldwin, Mr. Josiah Allen to ls Eliza I W. Homer.
In Brightoi, by the Rev. Mi. Foster, Mr. John Herrick to
Miss Maria Everett, eldest daughter of Mr. Aaron E.
SII Newburypoi t, Mr. Joseph Prince, of Portland, to Miss
"11Mary tale.
In Nartucket, by the Rev. Albner Morse, Capt. Joseph
Hatch, otFalmnouth. to Miss Phlicebe C. Starbuck. .
In Sprthbridge, by the Rev. Dr. Crane, Stephen tawson,
Esq. of Providence, to Miss Joanna B. Aldrich, daughter of
Major Lyman Aldrich, of N.
In Northampton, Robert Hoyle,Esq. of La Cole, L. Can-
ada, to Miss Pamelia Wright.
it Providence, R. I. capt. William Magee to Miss Nan-
cy D.Carlile. .

In this town, Mr. Jlihn Ruggles, lateof Dedham, aged 68.-
-Elizabeth S. aged 2 years and 3 months, youngest child of
Mr. Benjamin Nourse.--Mr. Jehn Pierce, aged 32.-Mr. Jo-
sepl. Adams, aged 56.
B Titunrsday, Mary G. agedf 3 years, daughter of Mr.
Timothy Burr.-AMr. Stephen Francis, aged 05.
In Charlestown, Mrs. Miary Litch, wife of Mr. Thomas
L. aged 38.-Mr. Nicholas Brown, aged 52--Augustus S.
.Hagget,only sonofMr. Amos H.-On Tuesday.Mary Smith,
'daughter of Mr. Stebhen Wiley, aged 20 months.-On Wed-
nesday, .Capt. Solomon Phipps, jun.aged 33.
In ambridge, on Wednesday morning last, Hon. Jfames
Winthlop.LL.. D. in the 70th year of his age.
In Dorchester, Mrs. Sarah Trumbull, consort of Mr.
Walter T. aged 41.
In Braintree, on Tuesday last, Mr. Joseph Gawith, aged
S35, native of Doltun, county of Lancashi re, Eng. whence
'he emigrated about two years since.
SIn Quinc. Mary-Ann Augusta, aged :0 months, third
daughter of Mr. Daniel B. Spear.
In Dcdham, Ebenezer Wight, Esq. aged 71.'
In Lynn, on Sunday last, Charles Martin, only son of Mr.
Charles M. aged 6 months.
In .talem,Mr. Jocathan Gardner,aged 66.-Widow Sarahl
Carwiek, 81.
In Hingham, on Tuesday, very suddenly, Me. J, Leavitt.
In Newborylort, Mrs. Lydia Stanwood, aged 80.
I"n New-Bedlford. Mr. George Paltner,.aged 47. .
.. n Enfleld, on Sunday hist,Mrs. Grace, wise of Mr. Aniel
s, aged 35 'formef-y of this town.
h Holden, Capt. ,laies Davis, aged 87.
sIn Westminster. Mr. Jonathan Smith. aued 74.
In East Hartford, Con. Dr. George Griswold, aged 65.
In York Have. Penn. Christopher Stoddart.M. D.
During the passage of the steamboat Richmond, from
New.York to Hudson, a Mr. Livingston s young memberofr
one of the most respectable familles of the State of N. Y.
j ummed overboard, and was drowned. He had been living
in a round of dissipation and idle habits in the eity, and two
of his relatives were conducting him to the home of his wid-
owed mother, with every promise of oblivion on his past
conduct, -when he committed the rash deed which has plung.
ed his family in affliction.
In Amelia county,'Va. Dr. James H. Conway. aged 28.
In Wilmington, N, C. Kinsley Thurber, Esq. for many
years Noitary Public, and Deputy Collector of the port.-
He was a native of Providence.
- 'In Charleston, S.C. Mr.Joseph Woodman,of Wiscasset,
In New-Orleans, Mr. Join Bates, of Boston, aged s0.
In St. Jenevieve, Missouri, Aug. 21, Mrs. Harriet S. Graf-
ton, aged 25, wife of Mr. J. D.Gratton, and grand-daughter
of the late Rev. Dr. Stillman, of Boston. "
At one of the Mission station of the Arkansas, Lydia'
Carter, the little Osage captive, for whose redemption, a
lady of the Natehez, of that name (now Mlrs. Williams, of
Brimnfield) paid 100 dollars.
Of Mrs. ELIZABETH KNEELAND, reliet of Doctor
Kneeland, recently deceased. Of respectable parentage
atd connexions, sihe was an honor to them. She was the
daughter of President Holyoke, whio presided nimany years
over the University with celebrity. Dr. Appleton, the
revered!'and eminent pastor of 'the first Church in Cam-
bridge, 'was her maternal I uncle. Dr. Kneetaud- .was distin-
guished for litm usefulness in the tutorship at the Universi-
ty ; in the medical profession; and in the Church, of
whi h lie was an estimable member. Madam Kneelaud was
highly respected to her intellectual endowments, and tbr
her Clhristian virtues, hhbe was rentarkable for habits of
order and economy, for maternal affection and fidelity;
and her children rise up, atil call her blessed." Discreet
and seasonable in ofilees of kindness and charity, she regard-
ed "sthe sighing of the prisoner," sympathized with the
afficeted,amtd relieved the wants ofthe needy. In the Church
she was exemplary for a puietual and devout attendance on
public worship and Christiainordinane'es. Fixed as was her
belif.in the princi 1les of our holy religion, uniform as was
her observance of its dtaties, and able as she was-." to give a
reason of th lftope that-was in her," shealways spoke of er
Christian state. within lmility ani eaiutio. Diselam ingi
nil dhpentitee on personal worthiness, she often deelasred
s.the foundiationof her hope tobelthe obedience and death of
Christ. As slie drew near the valley of the shadow of dea th,b
her path appeared more illimniated; resembling the
shining light, which shineth mare and more unto the per-
feet day." .

0 11T' 01o BOSO'J'Ov--81.
afF T.SDr Se t.' &-Aerrived.. -slaop Enterprize,
Huisey, N.ntintucet; Polly, oonindy, Marblelltead-;Pieckt,.
Walker, Kennebunk,
Also at. via Salem sch. Mary, of Marbichead, front Mar-
seillet July15.
Ctlered--Schs. iettv-F,.-iti, Smith, Frederickshurg ;
sloop Eliza Nicol). COllis, New Ilaves.
THURSDAr, Srbt. 27.-Arrived ship Lonclon Packet,
Tracy, London, 36; brig Elizabeth, Doane, Gottetnburg,
41 days ; sels.. et, hiachl, Castlne ; Sophia, Parsotns, St.
Johnt, N. B. 7 ; sloop Vmiu Vaughatn, Portsnimouthi.
Came u, from quarantine scIs. Hazard, Smith, Curra-
eoa; Union, Brighaim, Trinidad, 27 days; Adelinc, Ellis.
do. 32.
Clearetd--Bril Tom, Barstow, Havsna; schs. Zenious,
Saundtrs, do.; Fish Hawk, Weeks, St. Barts ; Hunter,
Nasb, Cape Haytiti,; Boston. Shoekford, Eastport L Cha-
rity, HaI'h, Netwbnryport ; Carpenter, Barnes, Bath; Mi-
lo, Robinson. Thomaston; Reaper, Percival, Bnaltinore ;
sloops Lively, GtifBi, Ncwbiuryport; Rainbow, Hovey,
FRIDA1 Y, Sept. 28-Arrived, at quarantine,
seh. Native, Hamlin, (late Snow) from St. Jago.a
Mr. Bates the Supereirgo died the 30th August.
Also sell. Hope, Briggs, from St. Jago, long pas
Chearcd-Brigs Fair Trader, Hancock, Cuba,
by H. B. Curtis; Caspian, Foster, Nice, by Wt .
Ti. Gray ; Win. Gray,-Lonibard, Naples and Pa-
lermo by t. G. Slmw ; Wanuderer, Conway, lBue-
ne-s Ayr'es, by Win. B. Sweet St .Co.; Geneva,
Johnsot, Hirtfabrd- ; Pilgrim, Soule, Fredericks-
bnrg ; Mlagarcet, Fulton, Bath ; sloops Sally.
Chase, \'iscasset ; Belis, Pope, Plymoutht ; lIed-
ford, Hitchi, N. Bediord ; Leander, Green, Lubec;
America, Stanwood, Portland Regulator, Stur-
tevant, Savannah ; Meehanic, IIallet, New York ;
Rapid, Beers, do. ; Boston Packet, Gunnison,
Poi tsmouth.

Imported since 22d inst.-18 lbls. Flour-5930
bushels Cortn-Il bags Coffee-12hlids., 596 box-
es, 9829 hbags, and 2tbbils. Sugis-269 hblds., 5 tier-
ces, and 4 bbls.Molasses-290,000 fish-I 65 Stoves
-24 hhds., 86 pipes, 180 casks, 20 half cacks, 451
qr. cari:s, 80 bblsl, and 300 boxes Wine-95 tons,
7775 bars, and 53 bundles Iron-914 bbls. Tur-
pentine-100 bbls. Tar, &e. &e.
Arr. at Holmes' Hole, 260th inst. hrig Margaret-
&-Ssrah, Foote, 23 days fIonm St. Thomas for this
po t. Left 3d inst. brig Confidence, Cobb, from
St. Pierres Itr Boston, 2 days ; brigs --, Jack.
son, front Boston, line. ; Betsey, Symonds, from
Salem for leeward ; sch. Gleaner, 29 days fi'om
Portsmouth, just arr. ; brig Union, Evans, from
Ma-rblehieat, une; Superb, oam, 30 drys from
New-York, just arr.; brig Willian, Gove, 59
days t'orin iBath, sailed same day tfor St. Croix.-
Spoke 15th, lat. 31, 43, Ion. 72, ship Perfect,
Prince. 31 dalys ftro.m Liverpool for Charleston-
19th, hat. 36, Ion. 74, selh. Barracoa, f'rotrBalti-
more Ifr Bermuda.

Extracts of letters lately received in JVNew i'York
i from Chili, dated Santigo, April 9, 18 l.
The U. S.frig.t teConstellation i sailed f-om Cuqnimbo
on the 30th March for Araueo, toi demand t Benesvidles,.
the master andI rew of the whale ship Hero, andi her pro-
visions. Thtl-ero had arrived at Coquimho. and may per-
halpS carry home some of ilhe caiper wlich veassl,.onsexamiiiro'iib wai tihoighit ineapahle of car-
rying oveo 200 tons. The ur. fige Cretole, Com. llsardy,
is soon to suil tor Cltaun.
April 14.--The atale ship Stanton, Birch.of Fairha.
ven,toutctedi a les days since at Vtlparaniso. The Santuct,
Inott. orNanstteket, arrived at Valparaiso. on the 8th itust.
from the land south of Cape Horn. She rtas ied there too
late to obtain Seal skins, and beine prepared for a whaling
voyage,is BrrreId ona it after selling te sth she his on
board. Also, the brigr Strasge, or New ifdtloud, front the
New Land. witutto Seal skims. Two A..nsriean t salol ships
also ar. at Vulpaasai.o. The Warriar is expected $asoo from
Ma2--The Br. ship Mais, lias returned from Per,
havingsold her cargo at pretty gosd priee.--The Flying
Fish, of Bostos, has ar. at Guayaqstil.--The Nereus is bound
tbr Pert. The packet will sail sosn for C'anunm.
"A decree has been tisade here that tobacco shall be a gov-
eruntent article; but the decree has not yet taken effect.
government not having fundi wlierewithi to pnrl ahse.--~
Large quantities ofthus article are expected front Perts."
The brig Dolphin, of Noblehoro', or. at Havana, was
but ded latter end of Ag. off" Cap, Atntonio, ny a telh. ot
abotli 25 ton3, and 20 meut and the officers and crew most
shamlefully abused.in order to compel them to state where
money wast enncealed ; thle minate received several stabs int
the buody.and thle men were ioisti'd uIt by tile tcek.

Brig Bowdoin, Baston, 5rr. at Wairent R. I. on Wednes-.
diay last from Mnauinzas-ofl" that port she was overhauled
by an open boat, with u incil men on boal d, who robbed her
crew of several articles.
At London, Aug. 20, ship Missionnry, of Kennebunk,
mnic. here bonndul. Brig Joimf. Juses, t IBoslton, and ship
Shamrock, of' Wiseasset, sailed from the Downes loth or
15th Autg. abr St. Ube\ .
AtPoit Petre. Guad. sit inst. brigs Neptune, Cotterill,
for Nobleboro' 3d; MaryJane, Dsunbar, for Castine S days.
The Confidence. Cobb, for Cap# Haytiel, same ay, was
at St, Pierress 30 days since,

At Port nu Prince, ntw .i Alrncs^ttse, illti
John London, Pierce, dis. brigs lI.i 1, 24 tlays from stiis
port, and- 24 from Wilmngtron, just ar. t "
At St. Thomas sth inst. sehs. Liberty, Power, frofi Mar-
s eillt s for St. Dootin o ; (s ihail JInly S) ar. 1st.
AtSt,Johtns, Porto Itco, 4th ist. Pearl, Lincoln,Bos-
top, 8 ; Wim. & Thonis, Frost, of Portsmuith, for Phila.
o10; sch. Stuperior, Whlelden, Maynguez,3..
At Leghrrn,July 12, Ontario, S. W. bound to Tunis, hadi
been in port about 3 weeksiand 15dnys quar. brigs Charles,
of Boston, fior- Batavia, preparing for sea; Hopestill. of
Bath, discharging.
.Brig Vaneouvre was at Batavia beginning of March.wait-
itg cargo; then the only Am. ip port.
Sept. 2, (lat. and lon. not mentioned) brig Edward-Foater,
of Boslon,'fromrAlexandria. .
Sept. 3, off Bassaterre, Guad. brig Gen. Jackson, ls*.
ton, with the loss of the head of her mainmast--se had
been blown out of Baisaterre the day before in a Ihnrricune
Aug. I 5, lat. 39, Ion. 34, sch. Eliza s: Nancy, Woodward.
from N. York for Madeira.
Sept. 2, near lat. 46, lon. 37, brig Edward Foster, of this
port, from Alexandria.
Sept, 22, off Point Judith, sch. William, of this port from
As. 28,lat. 50, Ion. 18, 20, brig Ontario, of Boston, 135
days from Sumatra lor Antwerp,.
Brig Rapid, Lincoln,of this port, fromnPortland, 39 days,
and sch. Selina Jane, Drew, of Duxbury, 38 from Boston,
ar. at Havana oth inst.
Swedish ship Freden, hence ar. at Goitenburg 6th An.
Brig Margaret & Sarah. Foot, sailed f.om St. Thomas
6th inst. ifor Bostom.
Arr. at St. Thomas, Aug. 24, Sibat, Wells. 27th, Clio,
Saco ; brig Neptune, Keating.of Pot tlandfrom St. Domin-
go,; sch. Boston Packet, Emery, Kennebulik.; 29tlh, seh.'
ianstaw. Jaekson, N. Carolina. Sept.3, brigs Washington,
Deliver, Boston, 28 ; Betsey, Symonds, Salem, 34. 31d, brig
Eastern Star. of Bath. and sold. Sailed Aigj.30,sch. Octa-
vo, Cuba. Sept. 4, brig Marg. Sc Sarah, of Boath.
Ship Maryland. Folger. from France for Pacific, left Ma-
deira Aug. 13-sch. Albert, Blye, for Gibraltar, sailed 14th.
Arr.atNew.Bedford,brig Parthian, Bourne, 52 days f.'om
Arr. at Newburyport, sch. ,Strong, Picket, 21 days from
St. Domingo. CI. brig Olive, Lunt, Brazils.
Ar. itWihmington.i.. C. Seli. 5S, ch. Itarseret. Could.
.'Port aut Prince. Cl. bmg; Jab.. W.Ili,. GunooiUupc
I Al. .a-English 1 urn. 2Sih Au-'. brig Helen, trllr,,I,
.Msarseillgs 65 sdavs. 0
Arr. at New Orleans. Autg. 27, brig Isabella.Kin', Liver.
pool; ship Calpe, Stark,Havana. Cl. brig Wm. & James,
B3 roitghs, Bostun.
NEW YORK, Sept. 25-Arrived, brig Mary, Gardner,
of Portland, Point Petre, Guad. 21 days; sehs. William,
Hallett. Hlifax.9; Franklin, Gelston,Nantueket,4; sloops
Millidgeville, Knight,Pot land, ; Packet, ussell, Hava-
na, 14. Ci. brigs Fairy, Hillyer, Lisbon inml South Ameri.
ca; Leader, Jones, Teneriffe. Sailed ship Orbit, Macy,
for Liverpool ; brig Bee, for Havana. '..
PHIIADELPHIA, Setpt. 2s--Arrived, ship Russeau,
Jefferson, Amsterdam,45 ; brig James Coulter, Hill, Hava.
na ; schs. St. Helena. Correy, St. Themes, 14; Isley,
Prinee, St. Andrews, 15; loop Enterprize, Keit Coape
BALTIMORE, Shpt. 23-Arrived brig Venus. Curti4,
Bremen, 68 ; Sp. sch. Orestes, Echevat is, Havana. 11t; sehs.
Ellen, Asbury, St. Johns N. B. 25 ; Leander, Nickerson,
Boston ; sloop Charles, Gibbs. Whreham. Cl. schs. Eliza,
BuIrbine, Port ait Prince; Congress, Meaumber, Havana ;
Diomede, Drinkwater. Boston; Ge. Jackson, Hall-i. do.;
ship Medford, Bafnard. Cork ; sch. Blueher, Stevenson, St.
Bartholomews i bhi| Virgii, Cunninghs'm, Bremen.,
ALEXANDRIA. Sept. 23-Arrived,brig Calcutta, Wins.
low, Boston; seh. Almira, Ellery, St. Barts. Sailed brig
Sally, Beiry, Amsterdam ; schs. FiveSisters, Hawes. West
ndi-,i; Gipsey,Foleer, Portsmotih.N.H.; Indeplenene,
Harding. Boston. Brig-Mary &'Sarah. from above for
Amsterdam, at anchor off town, and sch. Mary, for New-
buryport, at anchor above the fort. -. ,
RICHMOND, Sept. 21-Arrived, sel. Patty, Otis, Bos-
ton; Little William, Gage, do.; Mary Ann, Skiff, do.i
Mary Jane, Lubec; Dutchman, Snow, New Bedford. -

--- "Sept.2s. 1821.
U. S. 6 Per Cents. Defer- N.Englindm I21a3FsrOpeng.
red..................... a Man.anrlMee. 55aa 55s "
6 do. of 11......7 a 7.j 1 United Staleslla IIprem.
8" i83.....S a ti EXCHANGE.
184......9. a 10 L0 London ................. 9 a 10
5 1585,..tlla 115 r NewYork...........p./tar aIdis.
U.S. 3 PerCents......- Philadelphia...." i
s. d. i .........7 a 8 Is naltimore.............A... l
S 7 do.......9 a 9 .J Vt inias.................. a 2
BANK STOCK. Ciharleston.............. i ai "
MassachLsetts..........tli) Savannah2...............a 2 '
Ur.ion.................7 a 8 SPECIE.
Boston.............82k n83 SpanishDollars....... ad.
Stste ...........631 a 64 I 5o' Doubloons.....1 65 a 15 70
Suffolk II........ a 12) .
iCoirrected far the Cohinmblian Centinel, by SAMUEL
DANA, 5 Congress-stre'.

Committee for next week--Da'vid C. Mosely;
Simon Wilkinson, James Davis.

Paper Hanging and Upholstry
.5'o. 68, Cornhill, Boston.
aB Importers and Manufacturers,
Keep constantly for sale--a prime assortment of
ritseNCT AN A EIttslIC.1F
IvAll ithe latest French Faslhions, from ite first
Masanfit'tories in Psiris, are regularly received.
0 'Country Merehants sntpplied with Pi-per,
suited to tbeir trade, on.very liberal terms.

Embossed and TV:iteredl Moreens; Ball and com-
man Fringes; Bindings and Tassels ; Live Geese
ani common Feathers; Beds ; Mattresses; Pew
Cushions, &c. &c.
O(j1U pholstry work done as usual. tf sept 29
To the Ionorable Justices of the
CouRt of Common Pleas, begun antd holden at
Plymouth, within and for the county of Ply-
nmouth, o0 the second Mintlnday of August, in the
year eighteen hundred avd twenty one.
SUMBLY shew Lemuel lDeltl, Barker Wing,
H .Benjamin Ma.m and Paul Cturtis, all of Han-
over, in the county of Plymouth, yeomen, and Jo-
seph Oldlip of Scituate, in the county of Ply-
mouth, yeoman, that they are seized in fee simple
and as tenants in common o! two undtvidtd pieces
ot l.iud with the buildings standing thereon, lying
in llanover in the county of Plyiiouth and bouin-
ded as follows; one of said pieces by beginning it
the southeast corner of said .pieces, at a corner of
the wall by the highway leading from Joshua
Dwvelly's to the widow Perrvy's, and run-
niing north tss o degrees west by a wtll sixty-eight
rods and eighteent links I thence near sotul eighly-
eight antd tun half degrees west with a wall 1ity-t'ou
rods and twenity-tltrae links ; thence north Itwon le-
grees and twelve minutes east forty-cight rods to
John Curtis' rage; thence bounded westerly by
said highway to the highway leauditg, from said
Lemuel Dwelly's to Joshua tDwllv's; thence Iby
said last metntioned highway to the first mentioned
corner.. T'lhe ether cf salt undivideId pi-te lies
onl the south side of said last mentioned highway
ant is bonuded no"thetirly, partly by said way and
partly by Lemuel Dwelly's land; westerly, part-
vly by said Lemuel Dwilly's land and partly by
the highway leading fiom the said Dwelly'sto Will-
lam Stockbridge's, and southerly and easterly hiv
land of Joshtia Dwelly's, as the same is now enclo-
sed with fence. The aforesaid pieces are separate
from each other by a highway passing between the
same, and more or less, and constitute tihe homesteatl ia m of
Joiti Stetson, lat co Hanover, deceased, ah.t are
divided into eighteen hundred andeixty eight parts,
of which it appertains to the said I.emuel Uwelly
and his heirs to have five hundred and ninety-nine
pauts; to the said barker Wing and his heirs to
have two hundreds and seventy parts ; to the said
Benjamin Mann and his heirs to have three hun-
dlred and twenty-ninte parts; to the said Paul Cur-
tis andt his heirs til have two hundred and filly
parts ; to the said John Oldham andi his heirs to
have one hutttired and thirty three parts with L-b-
beus Stetson of Bostoun, in the county of Suffolk,
and certain other persons to your petitioners unt-
known-that they cannot possess, occupy atd im-
prove thein said parts to any adv:nt.tage, while the
same lies in common and undivided as aforesaid l
bnt wholly lose the profits thereof. WVhet.reft.e
they piray that notice may te issued in due fornt
of law, andt tiat their said pa:rts ntay be set off and
assigned to them in slera tty, atd your petitioners
srill ever pray. y their A ttornte-v,

Plymouth, ss. Court eof Common Pleas, begun
and holden at Phlymouth, within and for the coun-.
ty of Plymoutlt, on the second Monday ot Au-
g-st,A. D. 1821.
Upon thl petition aforesaid, Ordered, that the
petitioners notify the said Lebbeus Stetson, aud
ill persons interested, to appear at ihe next term of
this Court, to be holdlen at Plymouth, within and
for the county of Plymouth, on the third Monday

of November next, by publishing an attested copy
of the said petition with this order thereon, three
weeks successively in the Cslhmbian Centinel, the
last publication It be-thirty days at least, before.the
sitting of said Court, that they may then and there
shew cause, if any they have, why the prayer there-
ot should nut be granted.
Attest, JOHN B. THOMAS, Clerk.
True copy of the petition and order of Court
Attest, JOH B. THOMAS, Clerk.

Mechanic Association.
T E Members of the Massachusetts Chal ita-
i" ble Mechanic Association are notified, that
their Fifth Triennial Celebration will take place
on THURSDAY, 4thn Octbhert -and that the
meeting will be held at Concert-Hall, at 0 o'clock
in the'morning. Religious ser-vics will be per-
formed in- fIollis-street Church, and tlhe inher be
prepared in Faneuil-Hall. A punctual attendance
is requested.
0-The Members will call for their Tickets at
No. 4, Cornhill. ;,D. FRANCIS, Sec'y.
sept 26
Boston Mill Corporation.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Boston Mill Corpo-
A ration ill be i hell it tile office of the Ch-rk,
No. 90, Court-strect, THIS DAY, at 12. o'Glock,
at noon, ont business of impiortatce. EBy order,
sept 29 '.M. MINOT, Clerk:

Massachusetts Medical Society.
A STATED meeting of tihe Consellors ot ihe
j- Massachusetts Medical, Society, will be hol-
den in the Massachusetts. Medical College, on
WEDNESDAY, the Sd day of October next, at 12'
o'clock, M. By order of the Presidetit.
sept 29 JOHN DIXWELL. Rec. Sec.
T[HE Trustees of the Mhassachusetts .Missiona-
ry Society, will hold their semi-asnunil Meet-
ing on TUESDAY next, being the 2d of October,
at Mr. HovET'S Boarding HIouse, in Tremgnt-
street, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
sept 29 S. WALKER, Sec'y.
SUBSCRlBFRS to the "B. F. Asylum," are;
infor.ted that ubscripL,,ios iir tie l '2td ar,
will be received at tili Ajium, i eliv THLRS-'
DAY, from-b10to2 o'rcl.cl, A. M. ldunr,; the en-
suing month.. The.' aic lientn to ti.' l ,ot, e i. par-.
teul',i reqe t.. .
P. L" lF OTHINGHAyI C.--..-c'y.
p.t' cf-Asr
r HE Meaibers of the .Sncieit and Honorable
J rtiUllery Company are hereby ordered to
appear at their Armory on MONDAY, the 1st of
October, at i o'elkck. P., M. in 7in form,' for. field
Adty-punctuality is requested. Per Order,
sept. 29 A. G. WINSLOW, Cter .


"UST Published, -and' now ready for sale by
p Cummings & Hilliord, Munrsie Francis,
Richardson & Lord, James Loring, J. W. Bur-
ditt &C Co., R. P. & C. ,Williams, Lincoln & IEd-
munds, S. T. Armistrong, and William Parker,
Boston; Wiley & Halstead, e/A'W.ci-Yok; M. Ca-
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and retail, by.JOHN PRENTISS, the proprietor,
Keene. N. H. [Price, only 75 cents single, and
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The History of the United States of.
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anil MODERN TIMES. To -which are added--
The Constitution ofi de United Stmtes, it Chronolo-
gical Table, &e. l.r- the use of Schools and Families:.
By a citizen of Massachiesetts. Second Edition,
connected and improved-with Questions, adapted
to th History, and thie ompeiidium of States and
Empires. -
To me it lis long appeared singular that, while
outr schools abound with a variety of reading books.
for children and youth, there has never appeared a
compendious itistorv of the United States fitted for
our common schools;t han which' Isearcely know
of a Work more needed.
Ily the reading of a history like the pi'eseit, no
iticonsidercble general knowledge may be obtained
of the story of our fathers: yet how nshyv are.there
almost entirely ignorant of the "tales of other
times," as they relate to our own country, whose
ignorancewould be removed by the introduction,
int- our mnre'hnimble -*minaries of a correct, sue-
inct account, oft ihe principc' events 'vhte have-
marked the footsteps of our prosperity, from Ithe
lowly nind despondixg vale ofstrnuggle and ibsenri-
ty, to the already lofty and brilliant heights, of
wealth, ofhappiness, and of piwer. s m
I have added a very compenditous account of some
of the principle empires of ancient and modern
times. To have not iced the'minor States ofbormer
or recent days, would have been to swell this per-
formance beyond the size intended ; nor should I
have known v here.with'piropriety to paute. The
chronological Table cannot fail to'attract the atten-'
tion of youthful minds-The Constitution of'the
United States ought not only to be studied in out
schools, but should find a place on every family
shelf, with the bible and the catechism.

From the President of arvard UniverSity, and
Dr. Iolmnes, of Cambridge.
The design of your work we entirely approve.-
Otr children anid youth want a britf history of our
own country within the limits of a school book.-
Youi- History supplies this deficiency ; nd, with.
few exceptionst-which may be corrected in this or
a ft(trte edition-appears justly entitled to com-
mendaitiui and enscouragsel.ent.,
Cambridge, Sept. 4, 1820.

From the Pfreceptor oj'fAloon, (Mfass.) dcademy.
MOnso, AcEGCSTr 26, 1S0.
I have perusedewith attention your History of
the United States," and am free to say that I con-
sider it a compilation of distinguished merit-a ju-
diciouls selection of intLresting facts. The plan
y'.u have ptli'Sued t and tho nsanner in which it is
executed cannot fail of meeting the approbation of
every ensdid mi.nil.
A work of this kind has been very much wanted
in ourn academies tul common schtonis ; and by pub-
lishing this treatise you will render an important
and acceliable erNsice o our country. This work,
I doubt not, will be gratelutly received by, an en-
lightened counsnuitoy, andt meet that patronage
which it merits. ROBERT RIDDLE.

From t!he lRv. '. PFoster, late Minister of Pe'ers-
hum, Mlass.
BititiMrELn, SErT. 6, 1820.
I havc examined your "History of the United
States," which you was pleased to submit to my
inspection,and am happy to say tihat,in niy opinion,
you bave selected such facts is are most profitable
to be known by the ris'nggeteraitioni, antd rehlatedl
them with that simplicity aitd perspiculty of style
which ought to ctharacte'ize a work designed tfor
the use ot schools. I cannot, therefore, dIc.ult that
your hIbors for the benefit of our youth will be du-
ly appreciated by the public, attr. that your book
will, not only find a wlcmnie receptiul into ourt-
schools and acndemies, Itt'.bu extensively circulated
auonig our citizens
With tlIe assurance of my best wishes fItr the
success of this mtid eve-ry attempt to facilitate Ithe
acquisition ofusefll knowledge,
I ana, sir, your humble servanT,

TO "'Eri PULIStlf.
From 1,r. )aniel JAIdams, .Atlhor ol the t Schol-
ar's .Arithmetic," 77torotqh/ Schlhi.r,"" Ge-
ofgraphy, or a description ofthe Iforld, Ic."
IIlstory has been ltefinetd n a recouid of l'facts for
Ihe instruction ofmsnrkind." Its utility,lliereolbre,
must be obvious. Thlie study t geography. which
is now pretty generally introduceed into our schools.
will prepare the way Ior thiit of history ; at d I
doubt not but the time is fast approtciliiing when nuu
scholar will be consideredl as having completed a
good common school education, who is left igno-
rant of tihe history of his country. With these im-

pressions on my mind, I apprehend, that the His-
tory et the United States," designed for the use of.
schools, which you Ipropose publishing, will be
found to be both seasonable and uselnl.
.;Iount-feron, NV. 11. .dugust, 1S0.

rQ"Co rreet stereotype editions of the SCHOL-
AR'S ARIeH'1MI-ETIC, may be had as above.
sept 9

For Savannah.
The new and superior, fast sail-
ing, copper fastened and copper
sheathed ship MOUNT VERNON, J. Hiwes
master, will sail for thie above port early in Oct.-
For freight, which will be taken at a low rate, or
passage,having elegant accommodations, with Beds
and Bedding furnished, apphl on board, south
side India-wharf, to WILLIAM GODDARD, No.
10, Central-wharf, or GEORGE NOBLE, Ship
Broker, No. 16, Long-wlarf.
7""'"The Mount Veron will proceed firom thebove
rt forLiverpool xfid return to Boston, an early
'. ring ship ; she is intended to be regular in the
.ove route, spring and fall.
Shippers of Goods from Liverpool are assured
b.atsh sl shall always sail from tbence on the day
ltat may be appointed. epistf sept 22

f CHALDRONS Coals,suitable flr Smith's
i and Sugar Refiners, on board sch. Sophia,
fr sale by JONATHAN AMORY, at No. 8, In-
dia-whar!. sept 29 -
"JOHIN W. LANGDON, 3, India-street, lias
'J received by the London PaAcket, Capt. Tra-
cy, 56 cases of Sheathiing Copper. manufactured
by Shears, including every weight from t16 to 30
oz.-which lie offers bor sale on liberal te ins.
In Store-5 cases S3 oz. Sheath ing Copper.
sept 29 episl ni
Prime Manufactut red Tobacco.
{*^' KEGS prime Richmond Manufactured
lJ0 TOBACCO, of various qualities and
lIrands-for sale by OLIVLR. BORLAND &
ABBOT, No. 121, Central-wharf. sept 29
2c)f Q %HALF chests .and boxes FL ORE NCE
X5 OIL of superior quality. '"ls-an
invoToeof. TRAW HATS, comprxisingicomplete
ssmortment-for sale by WM. SHIMMIN;No. 20,
State-street. sept 9
Sail Twine and Shoe Thread. '
HIIDS. 3 thd. Sail Twine ; I ild. ithd
2 do., and I hlid. Shoe Thread, l.uadi,;, from
ship London Packet.
....I S1STPRE...
7 hhd.'18 and 24 b,. Seie Twine, all from the
amanufatctorers at Brid ag Lf4i1r sale by JONA.
AMORY, No. 8, hdins-d. a sept 29
NE THOUSAND bbh. Philadelphia super-
fine Flour, ofmnbSt approved brands, for sale
sept 29
[1 AVE for sale-Souchong Tea, in whole and
half chests, imported in the ship Volunteer, and of
an excellent quality.
Also-3000 pieces Company Yellow Nankins
in cases. sept 29
IF'ine, Oils, and Corks.
Cl'arejt VWine in casks and boxes; Lisbon do:. do.
French Salad Oil in boxes, bass.ets and half do.
Sweet Olive Oil in casks,
Fiench Velvet Corks in sacks of 3000 and 1000
each, entitled to debenture. tf sept 29

rT "A'os. 12 and 13, Buttler's-Rlow,
AS for sale,,100 Philadelphia Oven Stoves,
various, sizes; 100 Box Stoves, 'Nos. 1 to 7,
50 FranKlin do. for store and ships' use,
50 square Canada Stoves, for churches and
Elegant Pyramia Stoves, brass mounted,
Tal'mnadge and Parker's Cooking Sto.ves,
Lawrence and Mellea's do. do.
Wilson's do. do.
': Youle's .do. do.
100 heet Iron Stoves andti Funnels,
50 leet-Iron Room Warmers,
10,000 s. Russia Sheet Irun Funnels,
10,000 Iss. English Fuatnel.
.Also- ust received from New York, Wilson's
Parlour and Counting House Stoves, with sheet
iron doors, and birass.qrnamented. sept 29
O FFERS his services for the transaction of
No. 9-, India-street.
As Agent for TitoMAs R. PATsoN, Commission
Merchant, New Ocleans, lie will make advances"
on consignments, transact all business with-; re-
ceive Goods for, and ship them to that hause with-
out charge. .Reference to
Mdessrs. Joli Pratt k Son, 1
Henry G. Rice, Esq.
Messrs. French k Ticker, Boston,
Jesse Putriam, Esq. .
Thns. Brewer, Esq. J
Messrs. 'Grant k Stone, Philadelphia,
Hall Marean, Baltimore,
John H. Ladd & Co. .Alexandria.
septio. epistm
T HE subscribers having formed a Copartnership,
-L their business will be united at No's 17 and
19, Market-stre-et, unler the firm of
aug 1 8is WILLIAM W. STONE.
Copartnership Formned.
A CONNEXION in busini's having been form-
ed by the subscribers, their business will be
conducted at Store No. 36, Market-steet,, under
the firm uf
Where are offered for sale, a general assortment of
aug 29 epSwis JOHN" DANA.
I J li KEGS inspected ,BUTTER, in prime
Y o order for shipping-for sale by BART-
AL TT.& WOODMAN, No. '2, Long-wharf.
aug 2 4is .
Woollen Drapery anid Clothes Waje-
S No'e 38 & 40, MARKET-STREET.
C C. NICI-OLS has jutst received .by thie re-
9.' centarrivali-om ERirope, his Fall supply
of new and fashionable Goods, viz :-Superlative
blue, black and lhancy colored French and Londtln
Broadelotlis and Cassimcres; VESTINGS, con-
sistins oft'ralentias, Toilinets, figured and taslhiona-
ble stripe'Silk Foorentines, bit', Cassimercs, kc.
ito.; 811 pieees re-al SCOTCH PLAIDS, newest
Diatteres ; 30 do. green Flannels ; black, blue,
French grey and brown CAMLETS, of superior
quality. Also-a general assortment oh Gentle-
men's WEARING APPAREL, viz:-Coats.
Surtonts, Cloaks, Great Costs, tantaloona, Vests,
Guernsey Frocks and Drawers ; superfine Irish Li.
nen, Long Lawn an.d Cambric SHIRTS, plain or
trilled; silk, cotton, worsted, and lambs wool long
amid short HOSE ; Silk, beaver, castor, dee atidh
dog skin GLOVES; English India and French
and figured; superior NAVAL BUT ONS,agre-;
able to the present regulations for every grade oft
office; -1 case of elegant drab French Broadcloth'
GREAT COATS, which will be sold 30 per cent.
l'gs thianu they can be manufactured fr in this coun-
try. rThe object of this establishment is to sell at
small advance, and for CASl only, and to accom-
modate all in cases ofemergenicy,with CLOTHIES,
fashionable and ready maiae, at a moment's notice
sept 8 eopisSm

Patent Composition Green.
UST received a suiply of Russell's highly ap
pJ proved Patent Grcen Composition, for vessels
bottoms. This article which is so highly esteemed
in New-York and other places where it has been
used, has given entire satisfaction, is now oflercd
for saleby L. FEARING & CO. No. 20, Mer-
chants' Row, with directions for using the same.
aws. July iS

AVE received by the Herald, and Suffolk,
their Fall suppit of "
Hardware, Cutlery. and Saddlery,
wlich they offer" to their customers at low prices
for cash or credit. sept 'A9
Silk Velvets--sunerior quality.
i EREMIAH FITCH & CO. Nos. 5 and 7, NMar-
tket-street, iave received by the ship Janus,
Capt. Holmes, from Rotterdamn--a handsome as-
sortment of black and navy blue SILK VELVETS,
some of which are of a quality far superior to those
which are usually imported. sept .-9
Elegant Jerino Long Shawls, etc.
I AS just received I box of Long Shawls, with
rich borders; 7-4 and 8-4 Merino do. ; Italianm
Grapes: Striped Silks; 200 Cassimere Shawls,
with printed borders; Nankin and Canton Crapes;
Sinchaws; Sr.rauetts; Crape Shawls, &ec.
sept 29
.'ew Carpetings-per Herald.

H `No. 18 tand 260, M.RKET-STEET, .
AS just received, per Herald, fi-om Liverpool
-a fresh supply of tine and superfine Ingrain Car.
petinig, new and elegant patterns,
A great variety of Wool Rugs, suitable for do.
A splendid assortmentof Brussels,Imperial and
S Wilton Rlgs,
Tartan Plaid Table Cloths, all sizes,
Dovlies to match, .
Chiniz Carpet Binding,
Superfine green and yellow Quality Binding.
sept 29 ... w ,
J, .',. I4, COR".7TLL, "
AS received per Suffolk, aid London-Packet,
best London Cassimeres, blhte and black ;
eid,:-' -:orsted Hose; men's lambs wool Half
t'..:. ; elegant gilt and black Cestus Clasps ; plain
anil tlgured Snaps ; silk Rossetts ; best twist Coat
Buttons; Habit do. ; rich gilt Coat ana Vest But-
tins ; Pearl Shirt and Vest do.; fancy Buttons tfor
children's clothes -, Habit Cords, for trimming and
embroidering, &e. Vc. sept 29
SCASE rich Merino Mantles, colours black,
scir-let and white, of thie highest cost ever im-
ported. Also, black, white and scarlet Caslimere
Mantles; do. do. do. 4-4, 6-4, 7-4 and 8-4 Merino
Shawls; do. half Merino Handifs.; rich Muslin
Dresses, embroidered and flounced ; Linen Cam-
brie Handkfs., with embroidered borders ; Imita-
tion dIo.; real Thread Lace Veils;, figured nnd
plain 4-4 and 6-4 Thread Lace; figured Pnplins, a
great variety; striped Satins, a new and elegant.
article for ladies' dresses. Likewise-1 bale fine
4-4 and 6-4 Welsh Flannels, of the best fabric ;
figured and plain Bomnbazelts; Cassimere ShJawls,
& c. .c. with a variety of other Seasonable Goods.
For sale at No. 83. Market-street, by -
O A.o. 19, Kilby-stree', (ap stairs,)
2 cases superior Italian Sewing Silk,
1 case India"Levantines,'
1 "do. black Canton Crape.
1 alo brown Linens ; 1 ddo. lhek do.
I do. Cotton Umbrellas,
I do. Furniture Patch,
1 bale Russia Diapers,
7-4 and'8-4 plain and bordered Cas. Shawls.
Cloths and Cassimeres, c., sept 29.
SAAC W'. GOODRICH, Stationer, No. 76,
State-street, will supply persons iti want of
Playixig Cards, by the groce, dozen,or single pack
at as low prices as they can lihe obtained at the
manufiactuies. Figured or plain backs, all quali-
ties. Persons in want of the aliove would.find it
to their advantage to forward orders, to I. W. G.
for any quantity. 3m sept 29
TAS received by the ships Elizabeth' and Suf-
.-_tlk; fi-om Liverpool, 104 crates o'at Ware,
consisting of PlaCes, of all kiis ; Chambers;
Mngs Juigs ; Bowls; Painted Teas ; Dishes;
Nappies, &c. which, together with liis Stock on
hand, are oletred tfor sale at fair prices, wholesale
and retail.
.lso8-a complete assortment of GLASS WARE.
Crates repacked for the country trade, at short no-
To be Let-Two long Chambers, fronting on the
Market and Exchange-street, completely Slhelved,
very well calculated for the sale of American
Goods, rforr a Book Binder and Printer.- Inquire
as above. sept 29
Boots, Shoes, Leather, 8(c.
500 pair Seal and Calf Skin Boots, from S to 5
Sdis. per pair,
1000 do. Neats Leather Shoes and Brogans,
700 do. Calf Skin nail'd Shoes, (suitable tor W.
India market,) ; 1000 do. Seal Skin Shoes,,
1000 do. do. Calf Skin Shoes, (sew'd). obr retailing,
1000 Curried Seal Skins,
500 sides oak ard red tanned Sole Leather,
100 gross Boot Cord ; Boot Webbing; Brass
Ileels, lke.
200 galls. Gould's Real Japani Sponge Blacking,
as cheap as can be purchased at the manufac-
tory ; Curried Calf Skins ; Sheip Skins,
Neats Foot 0;'7' c. -St
N. B. Boots aind thoes made to order, at short-
est notice. '15 or 20 first rate Jou-neyman Boot
Makers, may find steady employment, by applying
as above. sept 29
II AVE received twenty bales and cases British
Pel pIECE GOODS, per Falcon, which are now
opening and tfor sale. ep3wis sept 15
O FFER fir sale.at No. 3, Central-street, by the
package orpiece,
WVhite antd colored Flannels ,
Low priced blue and drab ClOths, .
do. .brown, olive, and mixed ,o-.
Rhodes' black and colored lpmnbazetts,
Moleskin and Valentia Vestings,
Steam loom Shirtings ; black Italian Craipes,
White and colored Kid Gloaes,
Ribbons andI Galloons ; 4-4 andl 7-5 Irish Linens
Black Italian sewing Silk,
English Flag Silk Hdikfs.
Black and colored Tabby Velvets,
Wildbores, Cambrics, &e.
ep3is3o8 a cdl 8
( Valuable Books, now at 77, State-
street, viz:-HenrTy's England, 12 v. Entire
Works of Poole, Charniock, Flayel, Sully,
Swift, Sterne, Ozell, Echard, &er ice.
YTAR1ETY- particularlyy when exterssive, acd
V in a Book Store) *' is pleasing"-therefore
those who are tfond of it, and in pursuit i'f .Rimre
Books, particularly the:Econiomi.t, the Antiquary,
aild even the tasteful man of Books, andthose who
wish to fornu, "aIdd to, o" diminish Libraries, and
others inclined to purchase Books with or without
Cash, (especially at their own offers, when the
just value of Books is too inch) for ainusement
or instruction at Sea or on Land, fotr Academies,
Colleges, Schools, &c. must find from the nature
of the business, tllat another Store in New-Ep_- ,
iuthd offers to them advantages antI Variety IIae
the F.xchuange Bookstore," 77, (up stairs) State-

street, Boston.
,0 uAs ustial, no one is obliged to take Books, if
not found agreeable to the description given when
p3'-Good offers for Latin, Greek and English
Classics. professional iooks. 2is2os sept 1-2
A NEAT and convenient Dwelling-House
pleasantly situated, and suitable for a small
tamily-rent moderate. Inquire at the Centine
Counting RooL, epistf aug29

Hl AVE for sale, an invoice of Silk and other
French Goods, of a recent importation, con-
sisting of
Elegant plaid Ribbons, in sets of 5-12 and 6-16,
Rich figured Satin do. it a variety of patterns,
Plain assorted Taffeta No. 3, RsibWits,
Do Jet black do. No. 3 a 12, do.
Superior black Crapes, oir retailing,
Merino 5-4 and 6-4 Shawls ; Imitation 6-4 do,
Merino 3-4 Hdkls. ; do. Point ido.
Silk Velvets, black and other colors,
Ostrich Feaghers,
Kid Gloves (Habit) first quality; Buckskin do.
Mens'and Women's black atnt white silk d. -
Silk Hose ; black Bombazine, 5-4 el4,
Plaid Silks, of new patterns,
Artificial Flowers,
Plush, assorted colors. .-Atso-
3 cases Paris black heavy Levantines,
'2 do. white, 'and one case assorted Souple Satin,
2 do. Avignon Florences,
1 do. Imitation Cashmere Long Shawls, very rich,
I do. green Florences,
I do. Satin Ribbons,'No. 1I, 1, 2 atd 3 high col-
ors, put up expressly ibr-thie Spanish market,:'
in 30 yard pieces- entitled to debenture,
2 cartoons narrow Thread Laces.,
The above being co.isignimets from, French'
Houses, principally, will ie sold by the package"
or in lots only. 3is sept 29

TilHE subscriber offers the following atrticlcs on
I liberal ,ri:s :-
2 bales twilled Bombazetts,,black, dove, drab,
Slate, blue, .e. :
4 bales Bombazetts assorted colours,
1 bale elegant figured do.
Bombazettl from Abram Rhodes & Co.
1 trunk Star Twist 1Buttons,
1 case gnt'.e en' a.Neckercbifief,
'bale Londn o Broadclotlis;' black aind blue
I case Carlisle Ganghams .
2 bales olive aid drab Duffils,
I trunk English blackkKid 'Gloves.
liv LEWIS TAPPAN, No. 34, Broad-street,
(Xip Stairs.) sept 29

/R. FOSTER, has removed his School from
No. 40, Middle-street, to that central, spa-.
cious, and convenient room, Coriihill-square, late-
ly vacated by Mr. Ellenwood, and directly over the
store of Messrs Lane & Lamson, where lie will re-
ceive anuadditional number of scholars, to instruct
in the common and classical branches of education,
if immediate application be made, eiller at the
School Room, or at Dr. Dexter's, 53, Middle-st.
-Reference-Rev. HFRnYT Co.iLEMAti,-
Rev. HEN.tY WARE, .Boston.
Dr. T. DarnYTi, 3
N. B. Atl Evening School will be commenced
when a suitable nuinbei have subscribed, (three
evenings in a week) to instruct in.English Gram-
4nar, Arithmetic, Composition, &t. and Pennianship
on the plan of Wrifford. Terms 65 per quarter,
one half in advance. cpislweposCw sept 26

rIHE Taxes assessed on nun-resident Land,
h against Jeremiih Kingsley, in the town of
Richmond, in the county of B3erkshire, for the
$ear eighteen hundred and twenty, on certain Re-
al Estate, situate in said Town, amount to seven
dollars and eighty-five cents, anld the same is com-
mitted to me for collection, as Collector of Taxes
in said town, for the year aforesaid, which Taxes
remain unpaid. I shall thetefolre sell at, Public
Auction, at my Dwelling-house, in said town, on
the sixth day of November next, at ten o'clock in
the lbrenomon, so much of said Latuinid, assessed A as
aforesaid, is will discharge said Taxes and all.ueces-
sary intervening charges. .
WALTER COOK, Collector.
Richmond, Augffust 28, 18. '
Middlesex, Ns. To the heirs at law.
and all others interested in the estate of 'Thomis
Whitman, late of Stow, in said county, gentle-
man, deceased, GarEETINO.
W HEREAS a certain inst-ument, purporting
to be the last will and testament ofs:nid dre-
ceased, lias been presented for probate to he Judge
of Probate of said county, by Zachariah Whitman,:
one of the executors therein named.
You are hereby notified to appear at a Court of
Probate, to be holden a t Concord, in and for said
county, on the third Tuesday of Nove-niber next, to
show cause, if any you have, against the probate of
Witness Samuel P. P. Fay. Judge if Probate, at
Cambridge, this twenty-eiglthI day .f September,
A. D. 182l. ISAAC FISKE, Jlegister.

Finishers and Hat Pickers attend.
W ANTED, at tie Boston Hat Manufactory,
three Hat Pickers, to whom constant em-
ploy will be given. Jllse-one first rate Finisher.
Inqdire at No. 1, Old State House. sept 29
A LARGE Dwelling House i CamLaridge-At.
making the west corner of South Russeli-st
with 11 fire places, 2 Parlors, 2 Kitchens, 6 Cham-
bers, a handsome fence in the front of the house, a
large Kitchen, paved Yard, with a Rain Water
Cistern, good Well of Water, Wood House, &e.
Possession given immediately. Inquireof AARON
W RIGHT, in Court-street, West-row, No. 47.
sept 29
I ART- of a brick [louse, at the lower end of
North-street, containing Parlor, Kitchen and
two or three Chambers. Inquire at No. 9, Union.
. street. tf sept 29
A GOOD brick HOUSE, with every convenience,
in Bedford-street. Inquire at the Centineli
Cotiuting Room. sept 29
O NE who is a good workman, and acquainted
with shfoing and job work, will find steady
employment and the highest wages, by. applying to
the subs-riber in Malden.
sept 29 NATH. TUFTS.
T WO or three steady Boarders can be necommo-
da>ted in a private family where tliere is no
children, if application is made immediately. For
further information intqire at the Centinel0ounting
Room. 6ap sept 29
WVO Gentlemen or a Gentleman and Ladly, can
be accommodated with Board and one or two
pleasant looms, furnished or unfurnished, at No.
19, .Milk street, corner of Federal-street.
sept 29
fESTERDAY, in Market-street, a gold
BREAST PIN, which the owner can re-
ceive hy applying at the Centinel Counting Room,
and paying charges. sept 29
V ESTERDAY between Concord and Shihley,
a led Morjcco Pocket Bonk, containinga saim
of Money and several valuable pasiers. .The own-
er may have his property by applying to the sub-
scriber. THOMAS F. A. R. R. AMES.
Shirtey;. Septtlibr 26, 1821.
---A- NI' TED,
SN a wholesale and retail l Hardware Store, a
smart, active By. None need apply unless
the best recommendations can be produced. To
such an one good encouragement will be give t.
Apply at the Centinel Counting Room. sept 29
.- OR Gentleman and Wife or single Gentle-
men, being spacious and commodiousa' rooms,
and in a pleasant and central partof tlie town. In-
quire at the Centinel Counting Room.
sept '26 2spis

SNE of the new Tombs under Christ's Church,
Salem-street, is offered for sale. Inquire at
the Centinel Counting Room. 6t sept 29
NO' l ICE.
W"A.HEREAS Mary, my wife,has left my house
bed a d board, this is to Wanti all persons
from trusting her.bn my account, as I will not pay
one cent after this date.
,fIrtshfjeld, Sept. 28th, 1821,

06.The Managers respectfully inform the pub-
the public, tla:t they have engaged
for a few nights, rrei ious to his departure for the

O'Keefe's celebrated Comedy, in five acts, called

To.conclude with tile much admired Musical Farce
S" called '
0(y.Doors open at half past five, curtain rises at
..half last six:
... fUSIC.
l* OST the anniversary ODE written for the WVid-
]L ow and Fatherless Society, by Mrs. RowsoN,
coriposed by J. Bray, 181)0. Any persons having,
the same in possession, will confer a, obligation,,by
-forwarding it as early as possible to.Mrs. ROW-
SON, in Hollis-street, or Mr. ROWSON,, at the
Custom-House, Boston. .sept 26

H AS opened an office in Middle-street, Port-
lId, ,'l-lereid will faithfully attend to all busi-
ness, ".lM ra) be entrusted to his care..
s sept 9 5t
S- THE publica-
tion of the A l'HENE-
a. '. UM, or Spirit of the
English Magazines for
S --. October 1st; being No.
I, >-. ".l. .) is uunasi.i-bl.ly postponed for a few
.L', .i r.'i. ".,,i.u r.tf appointment in the re-
ceipt f r ic, t iet, uaenledl ." [iaint the work on.
Sept *Q9

T AVE just received'a newv edition of Conver-
sations on Natural Philosolphy"-price 1 235.
"Natural Theology". For youth. By WILXAiMr
Esxr.un. A. M.-75 cents. '
S"No Fiction," new edition, with Plates-price,
common paper, in 1 vol. 3l, in 2 vols; fine raper
S150; "Jay's Family Prayers"; Secret Debates
in Congress, 1787'; ;" Sillimam's T[our to Quebec";
"Nsrrative of.the.British Campgii sir America."
ept 29 ... ,.
Theory and Practice of Vocal Music.
T lHE subscriber would respectfully inform the
Ladies and Gentlemeni (f Boston, tl.at he in-
tends,on Thui'sday Evening, 1 Ith October,to open,
a School, in Cornhill Square, on the same floor
with, and opposite to Mr. Brown's Drawing Acad-
emy for instructing in the above art.
The S.chool will be opened for one term snly ,
comprising thirty-two evenings, or lessons; two
evenings per week, Moinday and Thursday eve-
nings. Terms of tuition, &c. may be learned at
the above time and place.
Ladies, who have, at ay time eiyved of the
subscriber private instruction it singing, are invited
to attend gratis. J. BAILEY.
sept 29
rJHtE FANCY CARRIAGE, moved by the ri-
j deir' witih one himid, on a Railway, and self mo-
ving Wapgons, now at Exhibition Hlall,.Hanover-
stre.pt, will be removed in a tiew days.
SOpen from 9 in the morning until 9 in the eve-
Sning. tf sept 29
H''E-IE exhibition of lus celebrated View of Ath-
jL ens,.whbich is' considered the beat of Barker's
Panoramnas, and which presents a perfect picture
of the Capital of Gt-eacu.and of its Euvirons,iu their
present state will be continued every day (except
Su.hvys) at zi::c o'clock, at R-iulstaic's new Cir-
cus, Mason-street. A leyexplanatory ofthe Pan-
orai-a rmay be had at the door.
%d i.n' '-'3 cents-Children halfprice.-
T[c I1 *, lrai ., fobrthe whole period of the
exhibition, may be had at 0. EvereLt's, No. 6,
Court-street. epistf sept I

Exhibition of Shell Work,
AT No. 73, a.JiRKET-S'TREET.
O NE hundred and fifty thousand SHELLS pf
the most elegant Polish and Brilliant colop-s,
collected ifrom all parts of tIe World, and araiiged
so as to show the different Orders of JAXditectisre,
and facilitate the suldy of Con071 logy-7in the form
A Modern lDwellingHouse, and aTeiple surround-
ed with a variety of Flowers, an specimens of
about 1'0O miffereti kinds of SHIELiS.
0t'o blie opened every day, from 9 A. M. till
sunset. Admittance 25 ets.
august 4 epistf
"fR. FARNSWORTH, has removed, to the
*~ ,:..;'e Intel, ,i.i.il by John Odin, Esq. No,
I, H 'no.--tre, .i ....t Earl's Coffee-hiouse.
[. -'p. '" is,:

Oh WEDNESDAY next at 11 o'clock,
At 'WINSLOW, CHANNING & Co's Office,
No. 8, K.ILtY.STREEi',
33 hhds, superior flavor American Rum ; 15
pipes New-York brandy ; 8. bales New-Orleans
Cotton; 80 boxes brown Soap.

British .Piece Goods.
On :FRIDAY next at 9 o'clock,
The following Tresli GOODS just received-
5 bales Bombazetts, assorted ; 3 do. common.
Cloths ; 2 do. middling Blue Cloths ; 1 bale do
Blue Cassinimcs ; 1 do superfine Blue and Black
Cloths ;2 bales Cassimcre Shawls ; 1 bale mixt
Sattinetts; '2 cases'Cotton Camlries ; 2 do. Cam-
bric Muslins ; 2 do. Jaconett do.; I case white
ad spotted dCrvats; I tIn. dark .Gingiamsi; 5
cases light and dark Prints ; 1 ease Seeded Mus-
lins ; I do. Tambour Book do.; 1 do. super super
Imitation India Book. ,
Also a variety ofGoods-consisting of Florences;
Silk Velvets ; black B6bmhzines ; Garniture Iib-
bos ; Plain .do. ; Shawls, lEc. &c.

t1ard Ware alnd Cutlery.
On SATURDAY next ac 11 o'clock,
22 packages valuable HARD WARE and
CUTLEIEY, consisting'of rich and common
Knives and Forks, with Carvers ; Pen and Pocket
Knives ; Razars and Scissors ; Hand and Pannel
Saws;" cast steel Compass; do. brass and iron
back do.; Webb do.; Wood Screws ; Clout
Nails; Ded Screws; Commode Knobs; Desk
Hinges; Castmos.
Real Estate at West Boston.
6n WEIDNESI)AY l')h October, at 12 o'clock,M.
3 lots or parcels of LAND, in Cambridge-street,
oppositee the Market House of S. Parkman. Esq.)
with the Bf3ildings.-3 lots on May and Center
streets-2 lots on Buttolph and Southack streets,
with the Buildings.-3 lots on Grove-street. The
above premises contain nearly 50,000 square feet.
Conditions liberal, and title indisputable. For
lrther information, apply at No. 5, Warren-street.

THIS DAY at I o'clock,
/ In front of Office,
Large aad elegant black HORSE, 7 years
old, a smart traveller, perfectly kind and gentle in
harness, warranted sound-to be sold only because
the owner is about leaving this country.. He may.
be seen before the sale at Messrs. Robinson &?
Forbes' Stable.
BY T. K. JONES S 00.
Java's Cargo-Sugars.
On TUESDAY, 9th Oct. at 11 o'clock,
S -dt Store JV.b. 48, Central-wharf,
The entire Cargo of ship Java, Davis, master,
from Manilla :--90o bags first quality Manilla
SUGARS. Conditions liberal and made known at
the sale. --
On MONDAY next at 9 and 3 o'clock,
A t Office, 20 Kilby-atreet,
The following fresh imported PIECE GOODS,
viz:-bales super..-blue, black and mixed Broad-
cloths; do. d do. do. do. Cassimeres ; do. black
and colored Bombazetts ; do. yellow, red, green
anti whiteFlannels; eases plain anu figured Shawls,
part bordered ; do. 9-8 and 6-4 CChrnbries ; do.
SCalicoes, Copperplates and Chintzes; do. Irish
Linens, 7-8 and 4-4; do. jacciiet, book, mull and
itiicy Muslins; do. Gown Patterns, Robes and
fancy ldklt. ; do(i. fine plain jaconet Muslins; do.
Diapers and double Damask. I
AJ!i -ease Levantinesand Floreress; do. Silk
Hose andI Gloves.
Likewise- 8 cases Cambrics atd Calicoes, per
the IHerald.
Conditions liberal a1nd made known at the sale.
Part of the above will be sold by the package, and
the residue in lots to suit purchasers.
SLondon Goods.
On WEDNESDAY nextat 9 and 3 o'clock,
The following packages GOODS, received per'
London Packet, Tracy, master :-l bale real su-
per. black Cloths; 2 do. super. blue do.; I do.
do. drab Kersey ; 2 do. blue and mixed Plains; 1
do.drab ana mited Hunters' Cloths; i do. Pelisse
Cloths, all colors ; 3. d. twilled Bombazetts ; 1
do. black Valeneias, far VNesings; 3 do. blue, blk.
and brown .Cassimeres ; I do. Toiiitetts and
Also, the following GOODS, from Liverpool-
2 bales Pelisse Cloths and Cassimeres; 4 bales

Sugar ald ,Molasses.
.THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
opposite 'No: 10, Central whai,'j
Landing from sch'r Adeline,
99 boxes brown'and 4 do. white,.Havana SU-
GAR, good quality and entitled to debenture.- 87'
hhds. MOLASSES. c

ssignees gee ale'.
On WEDNESDAY next at 9 and o'clockc,
.,'Po. 15, C'eJA TH..L-STREA'J',
The Effects of an InsolVent debtor, and sold
by order of his Assignee, consisting of Clothsb
Cassimeres ; .'lannels; Cotton awd Worsted Has-
iery ; Boabazetts; dark, light, gro. and, navy
blue Prints; Coatings; Kerseys; Blankets; blue
Nankins; Domestic Sheetings; Suspenders; 4-4,
7-8 and 6-4 Cambries; Cravats; Swansdown and
Valencia Vestinga ; Muslins; Cambric Dresses V
Sewing Silks; Cashmere and Cassimere Shawls;
Florence Silks ; Thread ; patent and' Mecliit
Laces; plain and Garniture Ribbons;, M'en's
Beaver and Habit Gloves; Pins Needles ; Leg-
horn Bonnets; white Chip Flats-and an assort-
raent of Hard Ware.
.jlso-12 black and blue Broadcloth Coats; black
and blate antaloons and Vests, and a variety of
other articles used in thle stoek-of a shopked- er.
Xiso, by the package-6 eases Italian Sewving.
Silk ; 2 do. dark grh. and two blua Prints 2
bales brown Sheetitgs ; 3 tases 7-6 and 4-4 Lie-
ells. ,,
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At Sprague's whaif, next south of Lewis' wharf,
Xorth. End,
Ori The staunclt andl hurthensome sch'r'
Spray's ANN, 91 tons, low deck, is well fond
u in every respect, sails nearly new, and'
i can be pit to sea at a very trifling ex-
i peise.. Inventory imay be seen 'on
boii'd, or on applieation'to S. F. COOLIDGE.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
Or immediately aftertlie sale of scl'i" Ann, on
Sprague's wharf, next norfh of Lewis' Wharf,
SThe burtlhehsOme schooner VE-
NUS, one hundred anl, severi tons,.
tollerably well found, liauing good ea-
bles, anhoirs. and brots.

well assorted Flannels; 2 cases 9-4 and 10-4 Cas- "_
simere Shawls ; 4 bales 'blue and black. Broad- Aldministratf'O8 &Sa-l.
cloths; 6 cases Prints and Calicoes ; 3 do. Cam- On MONDAY next at -2 o'clock,,
brhis, Muslins and Cravats. Conditions liberal NAear the iArh N7Vorth a-de Central-wharf,
andl made known at the sale. By order ot the Administrator on the Estate of
John Smith, deceased,
House for Sale. One undivided half of the lrig RU-
.4 good opportunity for investment of money. CON, buit on the rive Conne t
T*c be sold at Auttin, 1820; burthen 160 tons, is i goo re-
STHIS DAY slt i2 o'clock, pair; cables, sails and rigging nearly
On the PREIIISES, new; carries well, and has good nom-"
A genteel well finished brick HOUSE, situated modations ter passengers, and cal be 1it to sea a
in Wastinogton-place, Fort-Hill, with a good well a trifling expense.. Inventory may n e, on ap
of .water, cistern, &c. in good repair, now occupied plication to SAMUEL F. COOLIDGE.
by Alexander iMitehell, Esq. The Hlouse .utuy be A CI WI
viewed between'tlie hours of 9and 1t o'clock This Y FRANCiS W[LBY.
Day. rr lar s,.uliis,; i.q l.i;lof T. K. JONES SeaIsland Cotto:t.
St CO. ,, THIS DAY at 11 o'cloki,
BY DAVID FORSAI1iH, At FnA ecls W. in's1 OSfice,
THIS DAY at9 o'cl-ck. 7 bales Sea Island COTTON, to cloe axt ae -
At DAVID FoilsAITr' OVfiC, count. -
No. 4, CONGtESS'-STiRET, Superior Orrd Coal.
Dining, Pembroke and Card- Tables; Light 1T-lIS DY at I o'cl ckk
Stands; W-ash do.; Ladies' Work Tables; Bed- '-;.-,", .-,;,i I .'atnce ee,7i'4 S:utt-:t
steads; Dswn atd Feather Beds; common do. ; 'i'ii.n. ''i .r COAL,. to l.-..
Liquor Cases; Looking Glasses; 14 Mlattrasses; t, 'i -"IfrA. .--
1 Fountain ; Secretary and Book Cases ; 14 'rav- .
calling Trimiks; Portable Writing DeLks; hair v- a .
cloth and common Sofas; Night Celbinets; Iir huf ,Sh- .,. -
bottomed Chairs; Fire Fenders ; Kitchen Furvi- On TUESDAY next at 11 o'clt,
ture, iad a variety of other articles. t INDIA W" ",
r &' The coppered ship SUFFOLK-, four
BY WH ITWELL, BOND & CO. years old, built at Pembroke, of the best
On TUESDAY next at 9 o'clock, materials, 315 tons burthen, well found and in per-
At W ,HIT-WEL., BOND & CO's Office, feet order. For further particulars, inquAit of
...., O. D Cs Oi'o. e ', Capt. Woodbury, on board.
By the pack-;;o and piece, For setAuetion, o WEDNFSDAY, the 10th"
A general :,assortment of Seasonable DRY For ofs-i October nex t t1o'clock, on thl prem.-
GOODS, iz:-1 case Linen Damask. 5-4to10-4; ly of Octs sposex f nt at p sale in the.
1 do. Vest Buttons, best quality; 10 trusses, 50 i, unles disposeof at rite l
each, printed and plaint, white and colored S-4 mean mc
Cassimcre Shawls, pe-r Herald; 2 bales fine Pe- That valuable four'stcry brick- D'elling h sc -
lisse Cloths, principally fashionable drabs 1 bale andthersituated ia oyl.now occupied in Boston, o.
Boinmhazitt l 1 alea cmtaining 63 large 8-4 print- gather with the Land belonging to the same, which
ed, aun 15g do. plain Cssmere bShawls; ,1 case measures about twenty-six feet'front and one- hun-
Gingham Umbrellas i ; 1 do. black Linens or d.red and eight feet deep, having the benefit a0 "
Tailors ; Ibale blue Cassimeres; 1 do. fine and fitenf t et passageway to tlie rve.nie. .
superfine Carpeting. A Among the advantages 'and convenience of this
The packages will be sold at 10t o'clock, estate, ie a beautiful and uninterrupted view of
'the Common, proximity to a good market and to the
C(t1l0n tSale. Mall, a well of excellent water, and a rain water'
On FRIDAY 5th Oct. at 10 o'clock, cistern.
At the Rooms, J'o. 2, Kilby-street,
The SILK GOODS, importedlinthel slit a- BY BLAKE & CUNNINGR-AM.
chem, Bancroft, master, wih a lfew others, making Furniture.
together about 400 cases, and containing the .bl- THIS DAY at 9 o'clock,
lowing assortment, viz :-Synehaws, black ; Su-ars-
nets, black and fashionable stripes; Florentines, At BLAKE & C.UNNINGhIAM'S Ofic'O,
new and olil,patterns ; Crapes, black, white and m Ao. 6, XILB '-ST'" EE. T
assorted colors, of 18, 24 and 25 tale; Crape A variety of good FURNITURE, viz'-Di.
Shawls 7-4 and 8-4 square; Crape Scarfs; Haud- ning, Pet.broke and Card Tables ; Sideboard;
korchiefi. 7-8 colored Damask and bird's eye and fancy and common Chairs; Bedsteads; Waai-
4s4 black fi-ingod axid twilled ; Sewings, first qnal- Hand Stands ; Light Stands; brass Fire Sets and.
ity,black, cloti and high culers, madic from, Italian enderss; g.t framed Lopking Glasses; Beds;
musters; Levanitinues, double chained black; mix- Mattresses; Canton Diniig Set ; Coffee Cups aii
ed Lu-trings, or ja uinned Silks. Saucers; japianned,Candlesticks ; Astral Lamp;
Likenvise--lO0 cases, 100 ps. each, Company Decanters, Iunblers, Wines, Bedsteads, le.
yellow NANKINS; 300 ps. blue do. At 1'2 o'clack--1 tGyTtnder herniometers; 1
: ~rThe above Goods are all entitled to deben- Copyi'tg Press, complete, cost 80; I Portitable
ture, and were selected with judgment and taste. Writing Desk, with Dressing Case ; a few sFowling
Catalogues will be ready aud thie 8ioods may he Iieces.
examined two days previous to the sale. Fancy Canton dArticles, Sil tionary, etc.
On TUESDAY next at9I o'clock,
Pews in Park-street and Old South AS A BOTE,
Churches. Ladies' Tortoiseshell Combs ; 1 dressing do. do.;
THIS DAY at 4 o'clock, P.Al Pearl andTortoise shell Pocket Combs; do. Cigar'
PEW No. 35, ill the Old South meeting-house, Boxes- Ivory and Shell Paper Folders; carved
being the head broad-aisle Pew on. the right of the, Ivory loans ; do. do.Parasol Ha dles; fine l y
pulpit, and as go ld a Pew as any in thle house. Dice, liffterenit sizes; Silk aited lFire Screens ;
.* l --PEW No. 94, in tihePark-street meet- Camels hair Pencils; FeatllerDusters ; Tinder
ing-house, situated the same as above. Pohes, wiitlSteels; Chess Boards ; Idia Ink
The sale will be on the respective premises, be Pallets; lacquered 'lea Caddies; do. Loo Boxes.
ginning with the Pew in the Old South. 2lsd-l case first quality gilt India Ink; 1 do.
Books of Ron6e; 1 ldo. large an'l small Fearl Loo'
BY FAIRFIELD & CHOATE. .Counters; -20 Coxes Canton Earthen Toys; 1I small
BY FAIRFIELD & CHOATE. cpse Jbs St:ck.
On SATURDAY next at 9 o'clock, At 12 o'clock-20 reams English Bath Letter
At FAIRFIELD & CHI-OATE'S Office, Paper, plain and gilt edge-; 1UO packs Visiting.
Xbo. 14, CENTRAL-STREET,- Cards, plain and embossed; 6 doz. Riticule
A valuable assortment of fresh imported British Mounts, with gilt Chainas.
PIECE GOODS. Wanted-an active aud capable Lad, at the
...At Private Sale..., above Office. -
214 bales Spanish I'obacco; 75 boxes Havana Fur-niture.
white Sugar:; 20 do. do. brown do.; 7 casks Clar- On WEDNESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
et Wine; 5000 Ibs; green Coffee-all entitled to .4/t o. t1, ORA.NGE-STREET,
debeinture;-10,000 lbs. Cocoa; 100 boxes Choco. The FURNITURS of the late Deacon Faxofi,
late; 3 + casks Lisbon \Vine; 1 pipe .Brandy insisting of Mahogany Sideboard; Secretary ;
1000 reams Wrapping Paper ; 4 Lales Lambs c Dining of Card Tables; Chairs Soa; Looking.
%ool; 4 do fill I blood Merino do. Glasses ; Carpets; 2 eight day UloeKS ; brass and
By the package---3 cases Calicoes; 2 bales other Fixe Sets ; Beds and Bedsteads ; Bureaus;
Dullits; 5 dlo. Bombazetts; 1 do. Russia Diapers. NightCabinet, &e.; an excellent tonetl Piano Forte
I Gold and two Silver Vatliches ; Spy Glass axsd
Real Estate. a variety oaf Kitcheu Furniture,
For sale at Public Auction, (unless previously dis At at part 12 o'clocr-Onie bellOw-top Cise,
Sposed of at private sale) on THURSDAY, the nearly new ; 1 Clhaise ; Sleigh ; Travellnig \Vag-
4th tisy of October next, on ail Cart; a quantity of Corn ; Barn Utisiils j
A genteel brick DWELLING-HOUSE, built Farming and omher valuable Toolsa.
wtithl four years, situate onu Bbwdoin-place, N.E. By order ol tie Administratlrix,
cu.rner of the State-Ilouse; it is ,we.l andthor. is -
oughly built aud handIsomely finished; thle roof is Real Estate.
tight and covered with the best of imperial slate; On TUESDAY,,9th Oct. at 12 o'clock,
the House 28 feet wide and 44 lce:t deep, with green On.the PRl"EMI.l SE'S,
blin'ls and shutters to the windows, 3 stories highly That valuable DWELLING HOUSE, No. 50,
in front and 4 in tlhe rear ; has a front parlor, 18 by Alkinson-street, owned and occupied by the late
22 fi'et, with a large China closet and lib-uary room Igatius Sargent, Esq. and built under his p-articu-
adjoinitung; 8 chambers, beside rcoml lfor 3 more in lar inspection. Tlue premises contain about 4U00
the attic story, with a widow in each ; the kithel- let or Land. ThIe house is built of brick, 4 stories
en, which faces south, is iarge and conienrient-has high, good Water, and in thorough repair, and may .
a pump of excellent water, soft for washii.g-a be examined a week previous to the sale, o apph-
copper. Boiler, and luinfolrds for baking atnd lboil- cation to IGNATI US SARGENT, No. 40, Cen-
ing-2 cellars, an upper and under-convenient tr.al-wharf, or to the Auctioi:cers.
ya'd, wood-houseu and othllice, with vault itclne.-- 'E
'he House whiichi faces south, is warm in t inter BY DAVID HAtE, JR.
and airy in suimmer-lihs a withdrawing room, el- Pews at Auction.
egantly finished-a bathing room, pantry, large The following PEWS in the First Baptist mect-
number of closets, anld every other conveniencehe follusew in this town will bthe sFiodt BaptiAusti men, bt-
lr it genteel family. For a view of the prentises ig-koate i tis to wll be sold at auction, by
apply to the next house west, or at 12 Court-street. der other Prmprietoer next, at 3 olock, .
'ThlIe sale on the premises, at 12 o'clock, M.- ss)AY, the first October toxt, at 3 o'clock, 'a ..
Terms, cash or credit, at thle option of the putr-. unless tie art-rai-age.s du on the sanse, are prt-c
chaser. viously paidal, viz :Nos. 7, 14, 8, 41, 44, 48, 52.
N.B.-A stable lot intherear, on a passage- 54, half'of 62, 74, 75, 77,78, 80, 81, 82, 87, 90
way, may be had if wanted, epts 93> 95, 112, 119,120,10, 153.

0:oThe following, from the pen of a highly
valued correspondent, will be found a most
beautiful moral delineation.
HERE is a light no eye can see,
There is i voice which breathes in me ;
It is of pure celestial birth,
't is voice too soft for earth.
I feel it when no light is near,
It whispers when ro sound I hear;
It follows wheresoe''er I go,
It calls me from the depths of woe ;
My darkened fate its beams assuage,
And guide me through my Pilgrimage,
For ever glowing in my breast
The Harbinger of endless rest.
0 Thou whose tender love outlives
The woes and follies nature gives;
From TI.EE, whose works o'er time endure,
Descends the light of conscience pure ;
From Tamr, whose smile all nature seeks,
That still small voice divinely speaks.
It tells me, all thy gifts are good,
It fills my soul with gratitude. ,
In lift's fair hour, when Pleasure glowed,
It heightlued every bliss bestowed;
Taught me that Thou wert ever near
My path to guide, my hopes to cheer.
'Fis not when wrung with anguish keen,
Th' affection of the heart is seen ;
Oh! no, it cannot probe despair,
The darkness of the grave is there ;
'Tis not, in death-bed terror thrown,
The virtue of the soul is known ;
The pang of nature cannot give
The silent hope which bids it live.
Oh no, thine IMage frowns severe,
'hy judgments and thy wrath appear.
But oh I 'tis one long hope of Thee,
A life of purest piety.
In humble trust, which breathes of Heaven,
The worship of the heart is given.
What life so good, from error free,
Would cancel what it owes to Thee ?
Tile Zeal that in thy service glows,
Feels but th' eternal debt it owes.
Oil never, from my inmost mind,'
Where thy blest Image lives enshrined,
From earliest youth to latest age,
Shall fade thy love from memory's page;
Shall one of all thy Gift be lost,
Mid Pleasure's smile-by sorrow crost.
Oh no, 1 felt thy grace received,
By good enjoyed-by hopes believed ;
No grief so cold-no hour so gay,
Could draw me from Thyself away.
If buoyed by pride, one wandering thought,
Could by th' alluri:;g world be caught,
That jaithiul light, that voice so true,
Gaveall tily goodness to my view.
It silenced not the glow of mirth,
But warned me of its transient birth,
And checked each thought, which seemed tI bless
With hopes of earthly happiness.
It said not, that I must not mourn ;
But tears to endless jey would turn,
And short and fleeting is the breath
Which leads us to the sleep of death ;
Though dark may be. our night of gloom,
Light dawns eternal o'er the tomb.
Ohil! Tou, to whose devotion .true,
The brightest of my hours I dree w;
TForever loved! no tI,'i'L.e sui.l ..i
The coldness of my :..l I n. :
Give me, oh give me Light divine,
Anid make thy promised blessing mine.
September 22, 1821.

French and Spanish Languages.
]j SALES, informs his friends and the public,
that he will open his Kvei.ng Instruction in
the French and Spanish Languages, on 'rTUs-
DAY, tlse 2d1 of Oct. next.
Private Tuition, and Translation from the said
Languares, as alsn from the Italian and Po2tugsuese
attended to as usual.-
For terms and hours, apply to him, at his Study
Room, No. 13, Franklin-streets. 3sp sept25
IE.110 V. IL.
T HOMAS BADGER, Jr. has removed his
Printing Office,at Room No. 10, Merchant's
Hall, Congress.sIreet.
Musie, Vocal ant! Instrumental, typograpically
executed, on-the most reasonable terms.
S The smallest favor which he r ,'*'.o... I..l.m
his friends will be gratefully ackna. t... I,..J 4
sept 8 9p

')ESPECTFULLY acquaints his friends and
the public, that he has commenced the Ba-
Aing Busines, in Roxhury-street, at the stand late-
ly improved by H. Brown k Co. where lie will
he happy to naccomumodate those who may favor
him with their custom, with every v'rk-ty of Bread,
as good and clionp as can be furnished either ihi
town or country.
Dinner and Supper Rolls prepared for parties on,
families at short notice. Gentlemen i% ho inmay
wish their families supplied with Brepd, Cakes or
Rolls, constantly, nmay be accommodated on good
terms, by apli ing as above. Prompt attention
will always be given, und every favour received
and acknowledged with gratitude. ep3nm an 18
olau.J'acturers aunl Capitalists attend.
F OR SALE,that well known estate in sirain
tree, about ten miles from Boston, known by
the appellation of the Braintrec Iron W\orks, andi
is now in complete order for immediate use. The
estate comprizes a number of buildings, viz-one
very large wooden one fir the purpose of carrying
on the work g nerally, in which are a large trip
hammer, a furnace, three stasks otf'cr.imnies, water
wheels, bei!ows, &c. &c.-a large building !ir) a
finishingshtop, and a barn adjoiinag. Also, a argue
building erected- for agrist mill, but can be coni-
verted to anv other purpose. There is also a good
Dwelling-Itouse, two stories high, a garden, and
nbuut three acres of land, with a number ol valt-
able fruit trees on tue same. The dam is in excel-
lent order, and there is a full supply of water. It
has one very great advantage by water carriage,
forthe t Packets come within l1 ail mile of it daily,
aid will take away thie manufactured articles, anr
bring any raw material that may be m anted. This
undoubtedly, where irisiness is carrie.d on upon a
large scale, would ismake an immense savia,.
This estate wit ibe sold on suoh terms as to
make it ain object for any eapitaliw. to become a
purchaser. Apply to BENJAMIN SMITH, No.
4, Centrtd-wharf, or to Major MINOT THA'V-
ER, iBraintree. eopt" march I
HEREAS oie John I'V. Fofrley has broken
open a number of letters, directed to dif-
fe.'ent persons, which letters contained various
sums of money, amounting in the whole to the
sum of Three IHundred and twenty dollars, said
letters having been committed to thle care of said
PIxley, to be conveyed froam Portland to BHoston,
and after apprnopriating thile contents of said letters
to his own use, has absconded, and it is presumed
has gone toNew-York or Philadelphia, or perhaps
firrtler South; (but may probably now be in this
vicinity.) A reward of twenty dollars is hereby
offered to any person walo will" apprehended said
Foxley, and cause him to be Committed to any jail,
and give information thereof to the subscriber ; or
fifty dollars bfor the apprehension of said Foxley,
aid the recovery of the money. Said Foxley is
ari Englishlnan, born in Antwieh, in Cheshire, is
About twenty-seven 'ears of aige, five feet five in-
ches high, slender frame, black hair and whiskers,
speaks quick, nid with a strong accent; hlie hlias the
mark of a pistol bhal on his left breast; he is sup-
posed to have left Boston, about a week since in the
mail stage. The police of New-York, Philadel-
phia and elsewhere, are desired to use their exer-
tions lfor le arrest of said ioxley, and in case they
sirceil t 3VOirfunituntoirsuscie.n

iuceed, to ive information to the subscriber in
Portland, State of Maine. iEditors of newspa.
pe who who will give this advertisement an insertion,
gratis, will center a favor on an injured individual,
and subserve tlie public good, by assisting to bring
a villian to deserved punishnient.
A handsome young mnoman, of an engaging ap-
prar'ince, and about 18 years of age accompanied
oxley when he left BolIon.
I(oriland, Seaptmber 12, 1821.

FLOUR, &c.
P'ARKER & STEVENS, No. 24 Central-
S wharf, have forsale, landing from sloop Har-
riott from Fredericksburg,
475 bbls. superfine, fine'and middlings Flour.
...1N STORE...
100 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco,
50 do. James River LenaLTobacco,
50 bales N. 0. Cotton,
50 boxes Lump Sugar,
1009 kegs manufactured Tobacco No. 1,2 and 3,
300 haf kegs Thbacco, low priced,
15 hhds. St. Croix Rum.

For City Point and Richmond,
The brig HENRICO, John Luce,
master, will sail for Richmond, on the
25th inst. For freight or passage apply as above.
sept 19 4
Freightfor Plymouth, N'. C.
S400 casks Lime may be had on
freight for Plymoutl, North Caroli-
na, at No. 17, Central-wharf, from MUNSON &
BARNARD. sepit22
For Savannah,
Thie brig ELIZABETH, A. Rich, mas-
B ter, will sail oni SUNDAY next. For
freight (which will be taken if offered be-
fore Saturday next, at 12 o'clock) apply
har to BENJAMIN RICH, No. 48, Central
wharf. *-sel;t 2"6

For VNew- Orleants.
The brig GEORGE, James Knight,
master, in complete order, will be des-
patched without delay.-Por freight, or
Inassage,. having good accommodations,
apply to the master on board, at north
side Central-wharf, or JOHN TYLER, No. 7,
said wharf cptvb sept 5
Tobacco, Cotton, Sheeting, Buck,
Prine, &c.
FOR sale by R. G. SHAW, 26 Central-wharf,
150 hhds. prime Kentucky Tobacco,
90 whales first sort Alabama Cotton,
200 ps. first quality Sheetings, '
150 do. do. Itavens Duck,
20 pipes Old Sicily Wine,
Hemp, Butter, Orange Peel. Candle Tallow,
German Clay for Glass Manufacturers.
5000 lb). Cuba Tobacco, for Cigar wrappers, en-
titled to debenture,
150 casks of prime Rice.
For Naiples.
The Brig WM. GRAY will take a
few tois of light freight for Naples, if
application is made on or by the 2ith
inst. Enquire as above. sept 22

For City Point and Richmond.
lThe fine staunch sch. MADEIRA
PACKET, having most of her cargo
S engaged, will sail for Richmond, on
SUNDAY next. For freight or p!.s-
sage, apply to JOHN AYERS, No.
30, Long-wharf.
Wanted as above-good Drafts on Virginia, for
which cash willbT paid. sept 26
; For Sale,
'ri- The Hull of a Schooner, of about
70 tons, nowe on the stocks, at Quincy
point, near the bridge, Quincy, built of
white oak in the best and most faithful
.4 manner, high deck, 17 feet beam and 8
feet deep, will probably carry 600 bbls..under deck,
can be got ofi'by 10th October'. The bullder would,
if desired, retain one quarter part of her, ad a
young man, highly recurinmondledC Ibr a mistier,
would purchase another quarter of her. For
terms, for the whole or a part, apply to Mr.
NATH'L JOYCLIN, the huhilder, at Quincy
point, or to JNO. BINNEY, 33, Long-whar ir.
sept 12 ep5%w
Tobago and Grenada Rum.
'5 O q PUNC'HEONS excellent 'lT,h.i Purm,
2 .0 made early in croai-high ..... -.I full
fine flavor; 100-pli*'ceons firs t qnn'liv -Grenra-
Hum, for sdale by AARON BALDWIN, 46 Ic-
dia-wharf. sept 22
AVE for sale, no'w landing from brig Essex-
a few pipes Rochelle BRANDY, Rasteau's brand.
On hand-10 pipes do. do. do. do. Florida's Car-
go, imported in Al ay last. sept 22

Salt, Copper, Card Wfire, ..*c.
O NE thousand hhds. coarse Salt, landing from
brig Palinure, May's-wharf.
...1IN TORE...
50 casks and boxes Card Wire,
15 cases London and Liverpool Sheathing Cop-!
2 tons Brazier's Copper in sheets,
150 bundles Sheet Iron,
250 boxes Tin Plates'; 30 sacks Filbertq.
For sale by EI EN'R BRial), No. 6 '-, Dack-
sAliTr .sept '22

JACKSON & EAYRS, No. 12. Broad-street,
jl have received per the ship Sutoiblk, ironm Liver-
pool, a good assortment of EAi'rTHEN WARE.
sept 2-2
FOR sale by CHILD & D.\NA, No. 2, India-
street, 100 bils. ki'mn dried yellow Corn
Meal ; 50 Patent Coffee Roasters. sept. 15

Morocco, Buck Skins, Shoes, etc.
BRACKET,57 M:aket-stret, has just re-
[. ceived oin consigincument, in adildti i< to a
large assortment of the same articles, which he of-
lers for sa'e on liberal terms,
250 doz. black Morocco Skins,
50 do. do. Roan do.
100 do. Linins assorted colors,
.15 do. black Buck Skins,
20 do Yellorw do. dli.
20 do. Buff do. suitable fai Printers' use,
40.) iir Men's coarse Shoes,
450 do. do. and I y's linedl and bound do.
2010 do. Ido. fine Punmps.
,qlso, English Coehinenl ; purple and finey col-
ored Morocco ; bilue, conlchilneal, white and Bark
Tranned Skiv ers; English Kid Skins, handsomely
assorted ; Sewing Silk ; black and colored Gal-
loons. t'4 sept 8

...Ii- th -

fi High Top Shell Combs.
UST received from the t.ictory, by ISAAC
g DAVIS, at the Buston Comb Store, No. 3"
Cornhill, 50 doz. elegant high tup Co.o bs, Ir-f
two tonight dollars each.
Also, 150 dozen high top mock shell Combs at
the low price obt 25 cents each. The nbouve shell
Combs were manutiactured' iromi Jacquitncel iShell,
of vlegant colors, expressly tfor riaihiluig, conm rise
the handsomest assortment to b" I'nind in Buston,
and will be sold at the lowest prices wlesale onr
Also, 500 dczen Horn Combs, andl 410 dozen
fine vory Conlbs ; git Stnaps and Clasps, and othr-
er tancy Articles 1tot) urincrou. to mention.
N. B. Cash :aimd 1.fr Tortoise Shell, Ivor, and
Horu s.p'i it5

H .No. 6, GEdNTR3.L.STRElKT,
AVE received by the Falcon, Suffolk and
-lerald-bhlue and white and two blue Prints,
Dark and light fancy do.
Madras ind Britannia Handkerchiefs,
Cambric Handkerchiefs and Cravats,
White and colored Flannels,
Figured and plain Bomhazets,
Real Scotch and Tartan Plaids,
Printed Salisbury Flannels,
,-' B.dr 4-4 white Cambrics,
6-4 and 4-4 plain and figured Meudins,
Buckran-m-Plate Furnitures,
Brown Litens-Worsted Hosiery
Blue Plains-Drab Kerseys,
Superfine blue and black Kerseymeres,
Superfine blue and black Broadeloths,
Toilinet, Swansdown and Valencia Vestings,
7-4 to 11-4 Rose Blankets,
Black and colored Tabby Velvets,
Dark Check Gingham-Colored (ambrics,
Gloves-Dimoties-Coat and Vest Buttons.
sept 29

HT AS recently received from the Manufateurers,
and for sale at Chambers No. 9, Market-
row, frosting CornhiH, a large assortment of Cot-
ton and Woollen Goods, viz :-Broadcloths ; -Cas-
simeres.; Satinets'; Sheetings ; Shirtings; Ging-
hams; Checks ; Stripes ; White Jeanes; Chanm-
bravs ; Table Cloths; Bonnet and Knitting Cottons;
Sewing Cottons; Yarns and Bed Quilt Wad;ngs,
w which added to his former stock, comprises every
article in the Domestic line. Purchasers are respect-
fully invited to call and examine.
A/1so-Machine Cards of every description fur-
nish ed at. short notice, made by one of the most
experienced workmen in the country. -
sept 22 l wtf ?

Sewing Silks, Wine, Sugar ad Bags.
F OR sa.le, 4 trunks best assorted eplgiirs Naples
Sewing Silk, '. ,'
10 pipes Sicily Wine, Woodhpusei l
100 boxes white St. Jago Sugar,
100 boxes brown do.
100 whales first sort Palermo Rags' Apply to P. &
T.SCURTIS,21, India-streetor HENRY HOVEY,
23, Central-wharf. ep*2w sept 26
Cold Pressed Am.ierican Castor Oil.
SEEVEN hundred bottles of very superior Cold
pressed American CASTOR OIL, and 1000
bottles of East India Oil, iust received and for sale
by WILLIAM B. W I'lTE, at Apothecaries'
Hall, 49, Marlboro'-street. sept 22

H AS received by ships Mount-Vernon, Triton,
Milo, and Falcon-112 packages of
which are offered for sale, on eligible terms, at No
34, Broad-street, sept 15

T ANDING from sch. Hannah, Capt. Brown,
Sifrom Bilboa, 97 bales Spanish lerino WOOL,
of the growth and.clip of 1821. This parcel was
selected from the first rate Leonesa Piles, by one
of the most experi" ced Wool Dealers in Spain,
and for fineness of staple and washing, is represen-
ted as fully equal to any ever shipped from that
country to the Lendon or any other market. For
sale by M'LELLAN &U CHADWICK, No. 40,
Central-Awharf. sept 15

JOHN FOSDICK offers for sale, an extensive
0 .assortment of PELISSE CLOTHS, compris-
ing. Navy blue, Mazarine do., blacks, browns, ol-
ives, nnd drabs, some very fine. JlIo-1 bale fine
Navy bie HABIT CLOTHS; do. fine light
CASSIMERES, &c. &c.-for sale at 75 Market-
street. 2m sept 15


Green's or Bray's whar'f, ppasite Parkmin's
Buildings-have forb sale, just received 5 cases
Men's Napped Hats, suitable for the southern
and western market. t sept 15

AVE received by the Milo and oIlier recant
arrivals, a large assortment of Earthen, China
and Glass War'e,which they offer at fare prices for
cash or approved credit. ep3w sept. 8

]I'AVE -received hby the Falcon and Suffolk-145
d- packages of ENGLISH. SCOTCH rand
IRIS GOODS, which they offer for sale by the
package or piece. eptf sept 19
N EWELL & BURDITT, No. .8, Broad-street,
have received by the late arrivals from Liver-
pool, an extensive assortmentof
Birmingham and Sheffield Wares,
e'mprising evder'y article usually wanted foir the
Country Trade, w which they offer on the most fiyor-
able terms, tor cash or credit. losp sept19

OR dale, at No. 36, Mlrrket-street-Calicoes
fior Patch Work, various colors and patterns,
in larie or small lots. ep3w sept 15
,At the Sign of the Looking Glass,
A FEW elegant SOFAS and COUCIIES, of
A superior- workmanship, warranted stuffed en-
Stirely with the best of curled hair, and much cheaper
than can be bought at any other Shop or Ware-
house, of the same quality, in Boston.
Also-a few best MATT''RA1SES :d Feather
BEDS, of superior quality ; -.it.i ,ir.i; every
olher article for. house-keeping, &c.
sept5 ep6w

"' AT No. 56, MARLBORO'-ST.
A CASE ri-li Mechlin Laces; I do. plain anp
Figured Lustres; an ssortmint of English
Caishmere Mlaitles ; and a few pcces of SilkMe-
riuno for Dresses. Other Goods as usual.
selit 12 ep4w
A"o. 17, 'lDIjA-It'ldItA ,
HtS coXSTAN'r.Y von SALE,
A complete assortment of itussiani, 'jSwedish and
English ronu ; eunt Nails, ti oni various Factories ;
Hoops, Plates, Rods and Shapes, of all kinds.
An'so-genuine (L) blistered S'I'EEL.
sept 5 eptmo
A'or 17, IA J)]i.-!II.HRF,
'AS.econstantly for sale-lhrussian, Swedish, and
SEnglish IRON, llit,square,and round ; withli
*AIL1, RODS, HOOPS, andl PLATES. ofcvery
descriljtion and size-real (L) 'blistered STEEb.
.Al/c, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
lao Iil eiti
C ASi! (60 cets peit pond) will Ie give, fnr
1 I i, ,.,,l;t, 10GS BRISTLES, at LANE
& llIT,'r '. 1..L's, l)oek-sq.
(1_'Shioe makers' bristles lort: sale as abovc.
nuv 1 8 !-ri]-is
H AS consntanniv oi lr.l ant his Manufactory
No. m 'e7, Nefibnliry.street, Boston, a large as-
sor)tlclt of 3leek Tiu nsral e,

viz :.--lock Til Tea Pots ; do. do. Pitchers ; do
do. Wash lowls and E'.vers ; do. do. Tumblers;
do. do. quart 'tid pint lieer Pots ; do. do. Lamps,
wit li i general 'assortment of ['ewter Ware.
N. I -Th'le above article's are warranted to be
of the lbe.t niateriaI aduiv wrukmantihip-also,
ttheper tbaan at : ny otherT mauf1sir.tory,
rirch 2:' 4 ueptl

T JM.oX. 5 and7, .Market-street,
AV' received by the ships Triton, Milo and
Falcon, i'roin Liverpool, a very extensive assort-
ment of Woollen, Cotton, and Silk Goods, suitable
for the present and approaching season, which are
offered for sale on reasonable terms for cash or
credit, consisting of
Superfine ard common black navy blue andLdrab
Black and col'd plain and twilled Bombazetts,
Coloured figured do. elegant patterns and fash-
ionable colors,
Black, olive, brown, pearl, dark blue, and green
TI'abby Velvets,
Scotch Plaids of a superior quality,
7-4, 8-4, 9-4, and 10-.4 Rose blankets,
Olive Plushings,
Light and dark dr;b Kerseys, some very fine,
An elegant assortmentlance) and printed Valen-
cia Vestings,
White, yellow, crimson, green and scarlet Ilan-
nels, |
Olive, brown and drab Coatings,
Mazarine blue, drab, lavender, maroon, plain
and twitted Pelisse Clouiths,
9-8 and 6-4 white Colton Cambricks,
7-8 and 4-4 Irish Linens, of a superior fabric
and bleach.
Blue aud white patch, and fancy colored superi-
or and common Calicoes,
Britannias ; superior imitation Madrass Hdkfs.
-4GChinitz Shawls,
Gentlemen's assorted Beaver Gloves,
Do. plain assorted mixed Worsted Hose,
Ladies black anid colored do.
4-4 and 6-4, fancy Muslins, of almost every des-
No. 20, 22, 25, 30, 250 and 300 white and color-
ed Linen Threiid,
Co'ton Sewings in skeins by the pound in Nos.
from 30 a 1W)0,
Do. do. in balls, for family use, put up in small
elegant boxes No. 1, r'oni 30 a 100,
S-i4 plaiin fringed, and printed Cassimere Shawls,
Ladies' black and white habit Silk Gloves and
spun Silk do.
1-2 5-8 and 3-4 yds. deep black Lace face Veils,
Gentlemen's black and white Silk Gloves.
sept 12 4is4os

Copartnership Formed.
HE undersigned inform their friends and the
public, that. they have formed a connexion in
Business. under the firm of
and have taken Stmrc No. 1, Liberty-square, (bot-
tom of Kilby-street,) where they offer for sale ans
extensive assortment of HARDWARE GOODS,
(received per Milo and Fialcon,) on the lowest
terms, for cash or credit.

sept 22


Copartnership Dissolved.
T ~tIE copartnership recently cexsting between
the subscriber under the firm of
Savannah, Geo. is by mutual consent this day dis-
sept 15 JAMES ADAMS, Jr.
T HE Copartnership heretofore existing under
the firm of TUCKERMAN, ROGERS &
GUSHING, is b muitual consent dissolved.
PAJIKMAN CUSHING, will continue to do busi-
nessu rnder the firm of
They wiRk0br the present, occupy the Store of
Samuel Parkmhs5 Esq. No. 12, Merchants'-row,
where they offer tou sale, a new importation of
prime IIRITISH and IRISH GOODS, suited to
the present season.
SAsIUEi. ROGERS, will continue to
occupy die Store, No. 3, .Malrket-street, awd is
now receiving a general assortment of seasonable
All persons indebted to the late firm of TUCK-
ERMAN, tOGGEIRS & CUSHIING, are request-
e :l to nmake immediate payment to hlie subscrihers,
who are daily authorized to settle tlhe accounts of
that concern.u T-'UCKER.IAN & CUSHING
ag 25 if N./o. 12, .Merchants'-roav
TITIE subscribers inform their friends and thie
S public, th.t they have opened, a wholesale
Commission Leather and Shoe Wa'ehouse, at No.
20 and :21 Greens,' or Bray's wharf, opposite
Parkman's Buildings, 3 doors 'romn Merchants'
How, and have ftlo sale-
1400 pair Men's Buckskin Shoes,
2000 do. do. Calf Skin do.
1000 do. Boy's do. do. do.
2000 do. Women's low priced colored Kid Slips,
with spanggls, full trimmed,
1700 Chlildren's Roaun orooco Boots'and Sioes.
N. B.-iThe above Shioes were made particu-
larly for the Spanish WNest India market, and will
libe sold low for cash orguod paperi.at 6 or 9 months
14tIO pair Women's Leather Slioes, welled, will
heels straps on vamp 4 high lace,
500 pair 1 o. with straps on quarters,
500 do. Men's Calf Skin Munroe Shoes, nailed,
200 do. Women's Leather Bootees, weltti, with
500 Men's thick Monroe Shoes, sowed, very
500 do. Men's thick Monroe Shoes, first qualsi-
ty, piegg'd work,
300 pair Boy's split Leather Shoes, lined and
200 do. Men's Calf Skin Shoes, pegg'd, double
1700 di. len's thick Shoes, 2d quality,
75 do. Men's Monroe Shoes, 2d do.
509 do. Gentlemen's Wellington Boots, at from
a2 a 5 per pair,
1050 do. Meti's lined mnd btou'nd Kip Skin Shoes,
300 do. Children's Seal Skin welted Shoes,
1000 do. Women's black Morocco Shoes, heels,
slips, bridle tils and biph lace,
50000 yds. black and colored Cotton Cord,
500 gallons best Sponge Blicking,
200 hide Trunks, different sizes.
'The above aseartmei t of Shoes and Roots be-
ing on consignment, the subscribers pledge thsem-
selves to customers, that they will supply then at
the lowest manufacturing prices. Purcshisers are
invited to call and examine for themselves.

respectfully solicit consignments of .Leather and
Shoes. 'Their extensive acquaintance with the
Southern and Western Shoe Dealers, and their de-
termination to use their utmost exertions to please,
wi 1l, they hope, enable them to give salisFaction to
their employers, and insure them the patronage of
the pttblic. ep6w sept 8
I ~

Leman's new i nTvened Trusses
4 ltE made andl sold by hain, at the corner of'Ad-
ams aud Milk-streets, Bultston. Thie construe-
tion ot these Trusses, are such, the patient ciiM
lengthen or shorten diem, raise or lower the pad,
to bring the pressure where ie mtiny want it. They
liKewise can be adjusted to suit for the right or left
side, (advantages which no other'l russes have, now
in use.) These Trsses are pronounced by munny
of the most eminent Physicians of Hloston, to be the
best thi.g of the kind ever olfred the public. They
are sold by appointment by J. P. Whl well, at the
Boston In"irinary, corner it flatteryy March and
Milk-streets, an( by Gidenu II. Bhisaind, No. 78,
Broad-street, and at no other place ill Boston.
Orders for Trusses, directed to either of the above
mentioned places will meet with immediate atten-
ion. Price 7 dollars, firn July 28
,,TAN'ED inrnediately. Apply at N. 63,
1 B 'o4diltrct. scIt '-2'

,No. 1, Mliarlboro', corner of'Winter-Slreet,
SAS received hrv there late rivals fi'om Europe,
'part of" Ils fall supply oi DRIUL', MEDI-
CINES and LASS WARE, together with those
in Store,' making a complete assortment ; among
them are-Improved Psenmatic Nipple Machines ;
Nursing Bottles ; do. -'lit ih,.. tubes ; Silver Nip-
ple Shields; Lead do. GIh.,. do. ; Ivory do.;
3nreast Pipes, straight and crooked ; Pessaries ;
Mudges inhalers Flesh Brushes, ke. &-c.
r'E Medicines delivered at any hour in'the night,
andImost strict personal attention paid to Pltysci-
ian's Prescriptions, and to the delivery of family
Med icines.
('The facility that has been afforded to Fam-
ilies and Nurses for the past year, by keeping the
names of Nurses, their place of residence, all(nd the
fathmily o whom they attend, will be increased-as
in future the names of Wet Nurses will likewise be
included. sept 22
lOR sale at No. 30, Merchants'-row-10 demi-
johns double ando 4 sto. single distilled ROSE
WAT'ER, fresh minade from Damask Roses or the
present season. Gt sept -22

London Dolls and Toys.
A SOS GROCE Dolls for sale cheap, by' groen
to o or dozen, all sizes ; a great variety of
extra size, with ornamental hair, 1y late arrivals.
A great assortment cheap Toys. Inquire of ELI-
ZABETH RANDALL, No. 48, Warren-street.
sept 22 6w

1 new COACn4I, finished in an'elegant style,
with Venetian Blinds to doors, a leather top,
Lemps, Curtains, Ec. ; I second hand do., suita-
ble for a Hack, calculated for six persons, and in
good repair, Philadelphia built; I four wheel
CHAISE, with two seats, a sliding gunter, bel-
lows head, steel springs, fixed for one or twokbor.
ses. Cheap for cash, or exchange for others.
sept 22 _______

The Linnacan Botanic Garden,
At Lng Island, .ew-York,
.. NOW contai'ls upwardsof 4000
S species and varieties of Exotic and
-..I. "- nd;igenousTREES and PLXNTS,
.a.. among which are above 1000 vari-
"''- .k---'"' ties of the finest Fruits of Europe
S and Asia, imported at a great ex-
,-- r' .. -pese fr'om inhe niost celebrated col-
--' .- elections of Englard; Frauee and
Germany. This immense collection has been the
labor ol' more than half century, and is now eon-
sidlered interior to none. Catalogues of those kinds
considered mOst worthy tleatteition of the Amer-
ican Agriculturalist, accompianied by a short trea-
tise on their culture, may be obtained of the sub-
scriber',. who will receive and forward or'ders'to
the Proprietor. JOSEPIH BRIDGE,
No. 25, Court-street, Boston.
september 26 ep4w .
Prepared by Henry James, New-York.
A N approved and almost cei tain remedy for
jA Dyspensia, or Indigestion, Habitual Castive-
ness andn riles.
It is wtll kuown that Dyspepsiat is one of the
most frequent formidable diseases of our country.
Its commencemeut is indicated in different patients
by various symptoms, of',hich the most remarkable
Irregularity of the bosels, obstinate costiveness,
violent headache, comonluy called nervous or sick
headache, yellownesss ofthe eyes and skin, aridity
ofstomaihr alter tatinhg, often called heart omi.
flatileice or wind on the stomach, bitter taste ini
the mlIth in the morning,.fated breath/, droisiiness
after dinner, debility, lassitulde, emaciation, de-
pressi ofnaspirits, &e.
The pills now offered are not proposed on tihe
p.ineiple ofspecilics. Their use was suggested
by theory, but their efficacy has been tested by long
arid aithsful experience ; and thie rtult has been
unparalled success.
.Piles being connected with inlaijsllion and cos-
tiveness are certainly aid speedily removed by the
Persons afflicted with any of the above symp-
tons, are assured lthi the Anti Dyspeptic Pills
are a'remedya well wor th their attention, and en-
titled to their entire confidence.
For sale by MAYNARDU & NOYES, agents,
No. 48, -GCorilill, Boston, and EIIJA H POR-
TER, Salemi. m in sept 8

Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate,
holden at Salem, in and Ior said county, on the
third Tuesday it August, A. 1). 1821.
SOIEIRT W. TIkEVITT, Esquire, and
j1_, Frederic Breed, executors, having presented
for allowance their account of addlinistration of the
estate of Frederic lhieed, !ate of Lynn, in said
county, esquire, deceased, testnte :-
Or dered, That the third Tuesday in November
next, teln of the clock he0s re noon, be t eassignd
as the time for considering said account, at
a Court ol Prcbate, then to be hohlde, at Salem,
in said county ; andl that said executors give no
fice to all persons interested in said estate, by caus-
ing an attested copy of this order t o be published
three weeks successively in the Columbian Cen-
tinel, printed in ttrstoen the last puibl iion to lie
u to neen days, at le ast, belnc said time, that they
may be present, and shew cause, if iny they live,
why said aceounut should not Ie allowed.
D. A. WHITE, J. Probate.
A true copy of record. Attest,
NATItI'L LORD, .-nn. Register.

Middlesex, ss. To the heirs at law
and all others interested in thie estate of Gilbert
Putnam, late of Malden, in said county, laborer,
deceased intestate, G it EE'ri sc.
S7 IHR.REAS Betsey uatnam, adnini stratmix of
I the ctste of said deceased, has presented
Iorn allowance to th.e ldga ot Probate, ot said coun-
ty, tie first account of her administration apon tihe
estate of said deceased,
You are hereby notified to appearat a Court of
Probate to be huiden at Cambridge, in and for said
county, on the second Tuesday of November, to
show cause, if any you have, against the allowance
(it the same.
Witness Saml. P. P. Fay, Judge of Probate, at
Charleatnabi, this twel.tv-seeond dav of August,
A. D. 1821. ISAAC FISKE,, Register.
Middlesex, ss. To the heirs at law
ard all others interested in the estate of Thom-
as Studdiird, late of Chrih'stosn, in tlh. said
county, bnat-lnuild, deceased, GUK TINs.
T HEREAS an certaisinstrument, irpormt-
ing to be the lIst wial and testament of saidl
deceased, has been presented for Probate, to the
hnigeof Probate oft said count', by Caleb Pierte,
trhe executor therein named,
You are hereby notified to aonear ata Court of

Probate, to be holden at Cambsridge, in aol tbr said
county, on the second Tuesday of November next,
tI show cau-e, if any they have, against tie i'r'o-
barm' of the s.aris'..
WVilness Smamuel P. P. Faiy. Juilge of P'iobate,
at Canbrihlge, this thi.'rv-firsr d:hol'm Aiugist, A.
!). 1821. 5ISAAC HISKE, lfAsfisler.

Middlesex, ss. To the hei's at law
and anl others interested in thie estate of Sarah
Frost, late of Cambridge, iru the said county,
gr'a r'ewonran, deceased, GCltixr rrhma.
W H IEERFAS a cerlaii instrument, ptusps'nitlag
to he the last will and testament ol 'said de-
ceased, has bein priseuted lor phnilate '.o0 thn J idge
of l''r hate of salad cnulty, hy .olm hi. A. Frist
andul Walter Frost, tle er;eecutors then'iu nai edS .
You are hereby notified to ap pema' at :i Court iif
Probate, to be hI.hlen at C(ambridge, in amni liiir
saliid cniinlv.y i tlie second Tuesday of Novimber

next, to siho cause, if any you have, against lire
probate of the san-n.
Witness S nueil P.P.1. 'ay, .Judge of Probate,
at Cambridge, dirs twenty eighth day of August,
A. D. 1821. ISAAC FISKE, Re'istcr.

J good opportunity.
rT O be I.nt, ai very pleasant, retiild, anod llrge
School Roomn, il' applied for innmediately, by
an n le preceptlu, a good number Of Pupils can 1be
retained, the present occpanot having received an
appiuilment in one ofIthe I'tubic Schicos.- Apply
:ut No. ', Malnbon.'-str't. sept t15

Public Auction.
Shbe sold atj Auction, on WEDNESDAY,
the 3d October next,atIt It o'clock, if not dis-
pescd of at private sale,
A neat convenient Dwelling House, No. 2, on
High-street, having two parlors four' sleeping
rooms, cellar kitchen and garden-all in'good re-
pair, and very convenient for a small tfmily. For
mI otherr prticulars, inquire of RUFUS FAR-G
NAM, No. 15,o.C Gorshill,or JOHN LONGLEY,
No. 2, Warren-s'reet epSw sept U

Old Line of Mail Stages, from Bostanit
J EAVES Boston on Mondays,. Wednesday
1 and Fridays, at7 o'clock, A. M. and arriveq,-
at Francestowu same evening. ,Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. ; dines nt Windsor, andl
arrives at Royalton same evening. Leaves Royal-
ton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives at Burlington
same evening.
?iETUF-NIJVNG-Leaves Burlington at 4
o'clock, A. M. on iTuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
nrays, ad arrs nd I aves t Rovalton same evening.-
Leaves Royalton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestown same evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrivesin Boston at
4 o'clock,"P. M.
Towns through which it passes from EaBoston"-
Charlestown, "Medtbrdl, 'Wohburn, Billerioa,
Chelhsford, Tyngsborough, 1Dunstabie, Amherst,
Mount V1,ernon, Frauees.town ,Hillsborough Wash-
ington, Goshen, 5Newport, Claremont, Cornish,
WVinhdsor, (Vt.) HartIlanmd, Woodstock, Barnard,
Royaltnon, liandolph, Brookfield, Williamstowri,
Montpelicr, Vaterbury, Bolton, Willistonto Bur-
linglon, then by Steamboat lor Montreal.
Each iKssecnger allowed thirty, pounds baggage
grat:. (lOne hundred nnd twenty iplounds equal to
a passenger. Thie Proprletors willnot be Lecouut-
able finr any -baiggage unless reseipted lor.
Stage liooks'Lept at RILEY'S, No. 14, Back-
street, Boston, and nit JOHN I{OWARDS, Buir-
lingtbi o ,
ASA BUTTERFIELD), 1'iparp's fc-e:or
DEAN &8 ALDS, oisn,
F. &J. PETT 's rom
} TE I' A RhER, Windsor to
HARRIS EA''SOtN, urlnsr ton.
July 25 eptf

Joltrneymnan Glatters.
,AN'T'ED) first rate finisher. Apply to
W GERRY FAIRBANKS, No. 2, Province
House Row. sept 15
A HEALTH Y young married WOMAN, Wants
a situation as WVet Nurse. Respectable rfer-
enrces will be given. Inquire at the Centinel Coun-
ting Room. sept 15
A CAPABLE young WOMAN, to do the work
A. of a family, in the neighborhood of Boston.-
nquire at the Centinel Counting Room. sept 15
A PERSON about middle age, who served Ins
time to the Mercantiie business in thisstown,
at present out of business, would" behappy to dc.,
vote his leisure in services that mi ght be mutually
beneficial, for a small compensation, in order to
relieve a young family. Respectable refermencea
can be given. A line directed to G. W. and left
at the Centinel CountingRoom, will receive pr'omilt
attention., selt 22
A JOURNEYMAN Chaise Trimmer, asnd a Col-
lar MMaker. Inquire of CHARLES PARK,
Dorchester, near the Mill. sept22
SNEAT and convenient House, with a_ Stable
j j attached, situated at the south part of the
town, anl rent moderate. Inquire at the Centinl'-
Counting Riou sept 22
A MIDDLE aged woman, who is a Mautuiamakern
would go into a gentleman's family as seam-
stress, orm would engage in thn capacity of house-
keeper. For thrther ininrmation, inquire ofMrs.
NEWMAN, No. 5S, M arlboro'-street. The best
recommcend-tious if required,. sept22
SOR twoa young Ladies in a private fimnily near
SBowdoin-squ'are. Address a line to Z. A. and
let it be left at the Centinel Counting Room, it shall
be attended to promptly. sept 15
rTXiWO or 3 Gentlemen can be accommodated
S wilthl Booard, on reasonable terms at No. f,
Ci.rnhill-goods will be taken tio psy if required.
Likewise, a Gentleman Ianid is wife an have
one or tv'o rooms, if wanted. 5sp sent 2
F OR s,de, an excellent HORSE, about six years
iold, perfectly sound and free 1rom all tricks,
is very easy under the saddle, tund kind in every
sort of harness; will be sold low, only, on account
of the owner's returning to town from the country,
and having no liirlher use Ifr him. Inquire at Mr.
THOMAS NILES' Stable, Broinfield's-lanc.
sept 15
ART of a HOUSE;i Washington-Phae,Fnrt
Hill. Iiiquire of A. BATES, onm the Pre.'i-
se.. Sept. 8
PJART of a HIOUSE, pleasantly sittised in
Charles-street, nenar:he Comnmn. suitable for
a small genteel family. Inquire at No. 54, Mar-
ket-street. tf sept 15
A hOUSE in Distil-house square, three rooms
on the lower floon, four lower anil three up-
per chambers, large Woodhouse, and very con-
venience for a large finaily or a boarding house
.Als-n small house, eontaiiinmg five rooms, sit-
uated in IMelthodst-alley, suitable fo'ir a snill faiIn-
ily. Inquire aet No. 2. Back-street, or nt Nun. 4.
Central-wharfc. sept '22

iT the north endl, a good amd convenient House
j. or n genteel family, with tvo pa,'low
kiten and "wenh-louse on first floor, and four
chambers and closets above ; gio'd cellar room, a
good well of water, and Iplenty of rain water in
hugsheads, and cistern. henit 250)-to be taken
out in boarding a small thmily and no children.-
Inquire at Ceutinel Counting Rluom. sept 22
T WO large and convenient Rooms in the base-
mlent story of Chauncey-phlice Church, long
been improved ns school rooms, and very conven-
ieni for that purpose. Inquire of the lenacons.
sept ''2

,HlE copsoniration of ,his city a ill give h' ona tIna
da y to thie first any ot May.u 122, two d.il ',rs
and lifty cent-is per ton ftr good raund pa ing stones,
:rnii 75 t.entsa pe- tou for paving sand, anul r'cive
thie sam. fro uni Ie dlecks of thie vessels im|'crting
ticsannue Inuto this prt. They willalso give 12 1.2
crnts pet running foot for 20,000 tect of curbl', and
10,000 h et, of gutter stones. The curb stones
must he not Iers than 3 r-et lou.g, 12 inches d'eep
by 14 inc-es thick ; gutter stones not less tian two
feet lonuig, 11 inches iie, a' l 3 inches thick. .
.1. ROFFIGNAC, Mayor.
.-ev. Ore'ans,.1/ril, 13IL. c;6m

Plitica' ......cecantilec....and Jlfiscellaneous
'luhlished on WVridnes.dans and'l Satuirdnat sry
IEN.IAMIN RUSSEIL, Publisher at the I.."
ot the United States, Prirter to the State, ant
'Proprietor. at his Office, Congress.trcCt.- .
I1nOMAS IUDSON, printer.

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