Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00015
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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 Related Items
Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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No. 3913) BOSTON, ( shusetts, ElDNSFOAY MORNI OCTOBER OtLAR, 18Sr a
No. ~~13) BOSON, 5~1assachsetts~ji'WE S M8~Y M0ININ G, OCTOBER 1-0, 1821-' 5isalseeifcsshge


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(f.-IN THIS PAPER THE LAWS, RESOLVES, &c. OF THE UNITED STATES, AND OF THIS STATE, ARE PUBLISH ED BY- AUTHORITY.


TthHeE tn, rili,. f tl .Massotusetts Charitable
arit. So~.iw ie heliy i,,iormied, that tlleir
a;inuail meeting'for trhe choice of Oiir'trs, will be
1ld t ile New Coi t blouse, on FRIDAY, thie
1,i hday otf October, instant, at j plist S, o'clock,
W. M. W ALLNE, lRec. Sec.
ocetncer ?

AGRICULTURAL NOTICE.
13)UUBLIC notice is bhertby given, that the Trus-
tees of the JAgfricwtw atL Society, of the coun-
ty of Plymouth, have appointed a Cattle Show.
Exhibition of Agt icultual Products, MaInfaetures
and Ploughing Match, at Mrs. Cromlbie's Hotel,
in thie'ast Parish ii Bridgewater, on MONDAY,
the'l 5t,.l... ,Ot l..i.,I next, to commence at9 o'-
clock, 1 nfsul,,1-. 1imean address by the Rev.
Air. I'U n'i, 1 r~vH, ..,i .
The Members of.said Society are also notified,
that their animal meeting for the cbnoice of Officers,
id t for transacting such other business as shall be
laid Acfore them by tiieTrustees. will be hell at
-Mr. Hollis's .fH!l, in Plymouuth, on MONDAY,
the,. 9th day of Noimhber next, ait 7 o'clock, P.
M. DANIEL HOWARD, Pr~s.
,. J-inegeater, Sept. 10, 18 2il'..
The Pr.esidehUanld Direcitn's of the
*tercha..nis'-hnH'4s-ete 't Jpsimy, '
-. UrtUTgii nrLtice, it i, i m (.i i fiI.u.iir.,tk 1.1f
Inl C ,ini p .i .n ioulIs in Ahr, iI.. i. / .
'Ti~ui ai .l I.-t .r., 11. M ,l e rilr' ,b lt i..,. i..
..-.l n.'. -v.l 1,. U united -i. 't.:.ck, Ih ...k tao k,
Vc. necording to t.'e requirements ot their charter.
T'Iat they receive proposals and make Insurance
on Marine hisks, and on Buildings andl Property
against the risk 61'-Fire, as expressed in the 1'oli-
cies. not.xceeditig 33U,00 on a risk.
Applicants'fbr Insurance against Fire, are in-
forlnel, that no pdArticnlar forin is necessary iut ma-
king a proposal. It may be verbal or written, and
may describe the property to be insured in general
terms, oir may- if prefered, confine the Insurance
to a particular Article, or class of'Articles, and may
or may not, express tlievalue, as the applicant shall
prefer.
That the Company insure for such amount, not
exceeding tlie full value, m.,d for such time, as the
parties may agree.
That they do not, in Fire Insuirances, assess a
partial loss on the whole property, as in Marine In-
surances, but pay the whole loss, even although
they minay have Insured but a part of the property,
provided it.do not exceed the sum Insured.
That when in consequence of a Fire in the vi-
cinity, it becomes necessary to remove prol erty for
safety, thie removal in such case does not affect the
validity of the Policy, and the Company hold them-.
selves answerable for all unavoidable loss and dam-
age to property by removing it under such circum-
stances, in like manner as if the same were lost or
damage by being burned.
That when any property Insured by this Cam-
pany shall be sold or removed within the term for
which it is insured the Policy nmay be transferred
or altered so as to cover tie' property lbr a fiir
equivalent for the risk, or the Company will re-
turn tle premium for the unexpired time, provi-
ded it exceed three months, as stated in their Pol-
icies.
That in case of loss, they require such proof only'
as is reasonable and customary. Arid their policy
provides that in case tlie parties should be unable
itoi srre on thlie amount ofloss,tthe subject shall be
t ,-i- .1 to three disinterested men,residing in Bos-
ton, one of whom to' e chosen by each p:a'ty, cut
of three to be named by the other, aud the third,
by the two so chosen.i
If the assured should lie dissatisfied with this
inode of adjustment, lie has still at right to resort to
his ';.. ,I r',edy, and may attach the propertyvof
the- 'C '.Fio if this. sltoida-dee-dc ''etssary.
At the rates at which they Insure, the expense
would he as lollows:- -
wharf, for a year, S 00
To Insure 65,000 on a brick Dwelling-) ^ 50
house, slatdd, for a year, '
To Insure S2,000 tin Household Fur-) 5 00
hiture in such a House, hir a year, 5
And in[ the same proportion for greater: or less
sums.
The safest class of wooden Buildings are insured
at double the above rates, and those more hazard-
pous in proportion as the risk is inmc.eased.
Per order, MOSES L. HALE, Sec'y.
oet 3 .


MR. GILL'S SCHOOL,
.o.a. 38, f2ARKE '-ST IEET,
XxTIRAtCE AT PRAKLIx AVENUE.
S R. GILL respectfully informs his patrons and
the public, that lie has commenced his
EVENING SCHOOL, for instructing young gen- .
tiemen in Readling, Writing, Arithmetic, anl Hook- :
Keeping. 'he price of his tuitn, will be i-asia-
ble. -No scholar will be admitted fo" less tine thin a
quarter. Pl.ase apply to Mr. GIl at his Scltool
ltoomoorathishouse,corner of ligh anil Atkhson-
streets. oct 3
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
R G. PARKE R, has removed his School to
R the Room over AMr. CottoU's hliok Store,
at the corner of Franklin-street, where he would
be happy to receive a few more young Ladies for
instruction in the usual brar.chies of elegant and
elementary learning. His undividled attention will
be given to the improvement of the minds and
the manners of his pupils. Hours frorn 9 to '2.'
e. lhas engaged Msr. F. S. Duriviuge to teach
the French Langtuage, togetherr with Drtawing
and Painting, who ctnmmenced his instructions on
Wednesday last.
sept 12 t 1

THE MEDFORD ACADEMY
FOls TYOUnG LADIES,
S IONTINUES open for the reception of pupils
I) who may be instructed ill the solid and orna-
mental branches of education, and'to whose mor-
als and improvement, every attention will be paid.
6sp JMlefbord, September 19, 18'21.

The Linucean Botanic Garden,
WILLIAM PRINCE, PnopnrEToit,
S.t Laong Island, Ae-w-a'r0,k,
1 Op c -ontai'ls uipwa ,ls ol'4000
... ....speeies and varieties of Exotic anid
1.1i,(;genousTREE'Satnd PLANT'S,
s'~p-. sumiong which are abdve 1000 vfiri-
ties of thei finest Fruits of iEurope
-"q antid Asia, importedil at a great ex-
.pta fr oise ts'o the ntst celefniated co!-
elections of England, 'France and
Germany. This immense colleetitu lias been the'
laborof more tian hitlf a century, and is now con-
sidered inferior to none. Catalogues of those kinds
considered most wor-thyi the attention of the Amer-
ican Agricultnuralist, accomp iuled by a short ti-a-
tise on their culture, may be obtained of the sub-+
scriber, who 'will receia-e aid forward orders to
tlie Proprietor-. JOSEPH BRI DGh1',
No. 25, Court-street, Boston.
september 26 ep4"w
-- A- rare opportunity. '
T O be sol, a FARM, in Dl)ovr, Mass, situ-
ated on the easterly hank ot Charles river, so
called, containing from. 80 to ;0t ticres uf excellent
Land, consisting of towing, tillage, pasturing and
wood land. Said Farm is 19 miles from Boston, is
-:11 fence -t.. --........iett lots, with a good
D.-ellhi.g-lhi,.-: ,.1 1. -rn, Grainary, Cartaige
iiLle 'int d (u II U I s ili. s ii'y Buiildings. Several
i,,whi-d Faun 'i '..1 l various kinds, engrafted
ar.h i,...ctl tl. &l, of a .-.. i. i .u .l-i., -4 m ost rapidly
c.:ii r Tul '.'g, "irnd in i n,: i,, i; S it -. Said Farm
i., iurnl.teital ith a g.u I '- ell of water, springs, and
ac[-e. d.J., p,;villgt.. I or further particulars, in-,
qui.- '4 IOHN 'L IMPTON, on t e premises.
.veLloi.ef, Sept.l21, 1821.


MEDICAL LECTURES. PELISSE CLOTHSi 8c.
-TR. INGALLS will commence hih course of 'A BALE cointaiiin imperial and jivybblne,fawn,
Y Lectures on Anatomy and Surgery on the drab, pearl and dove colored P Clisse Cloths,
hilrd WEDNESDAY in November next. o3 1 do. back and steel mixt and draft Ca.ssimeres,
4 do. blue, black, hareback and drab Broadeleths,
SECOND EDITION, 2-h1o. different shades dtab and blue HuutersCloths,
Corrected and improved, -with Questions adapted. 3 do. drab and blue Kerseys, '. -
A new asid interest ing Scunoo. BooK. 2 do. 6-4 drab and olive DOffi&s .
JUST received, and for sale, by P. C. do. greas, white, blue and red .pielns antl.iu,
V WILLIAMS, a fre(i surply of the' "HlSTO- o. 6-4 st-at green Blockinlgs, .
RIY OF T-IE UNITED ST'ATES wheree will 3 do. 8-4 and 6-4 white, yellow, red ndl .gusci
be teund a great variety of SCHOOL BOOKS and laizes, ,
S FATIONARY. ct n 3 do. 3-, .44 'and 6-4 white, red,yellow, mi son,,
b'le' and green Flannels, -
DR11. MORSE'S 1d ro. seat-lets and fawn Won6ilei Caps-for sale,
a- ette f te with other Seaisonable Gooids, o iit.fa l.' 1 illis.
.A'eW Gazetteer of the World, by ISAAC U. KENDALL, No. 4, ,.I), i..,-,i.
's ONTAINING a 4Ir rqiption of Kingdoans, .snpt 26
\) Provinces, States, Cities, andlTowis of tile -----
knowua world, as ibey now exist-with al Appeun- SAAC C. KENDALL.
dix containing much useful knowledge, in one large ` TAS taken tlhe new Store, No. 4. h.ll. -..,-r
royal octvo volume, at 5. bound, the'subsecrip- J| alid offers, for sale by tha piece. ., c .,r i
ti., l l;i-. Ansd a new ATLAS of the WORLD, approved credit,, "
as s,'-,i sibscribed for by tlie24diofOctoher, 182(. i hlueand white Prints ,Do. do h .,, i-..,I ,.
Subscription papers, are left at A. BROWN'S Two blue do. Doslatai. I k d.t .l.-
Book-Store, ClarlstuWn>-squire. The publisher lkklhi i tLl l',i.c3 dlu G.l'i do ndo. d -o
lias not ul .l,.d-i., I..,s .edta.. 01 i ihn: si Ik. 'I he AWsortled-fdi. do.. ri. ,uo do. Glpvret,
Beuak w.s ,,s r,.itd .f tIe tio'tsPlt, subesi.' Pteited Miasli M '. si .0 .J Bt.lvr
_.irrstaA.-1_-V S-. :4 V oct 3 Cop, erplates : Gloves,
-- c1 1i.. T r Furnitures Iauitdo.: s,
W E.IULS \ LILLLi, Pltlin,.Leno and B ook Kri and Beaver di& '
H AV 4A'O t!is day rcceivedi an -addition supply of Mluslins Ltnli'iVT'ool Shirts and
Glf ) A DINElt'S CO.11PE1ND-price Sl 25 Leno, Spot and T'ram- Drawers
board, Il 50s bi'uuid. sent -26 boured tdo. Cambric Ginghams
Saccarilla India do. Carlisle do.
J ,,J flV !,OE.AiS.. Assorted fancy do. Rose Bltankets, -
if UNROE FLANCOIS this day publish, at .-VWhlite Cotton Camibriecs Blue and drab Kerseys
.T 4,GOrnhill, Jaeonet do. Do. do. lH'ains
Poems by Thomas Odiorne, A. M. in colored do. )o. dt. Hutier'sCloths
series of Nm bTers-: No, 1, containing the NymlIh. Checked and striped do. Assorted' Pelisse do.
f tie Valley and Minor Poems. sept 26 Cotton Shirtings Do. Broaiddo.
Sewing Cottons Do. FearnQUgits, ,t
THIE CCHRI.STI J~I.LIJla '(i CottonI Lc"s,. iDo. Blockings & Baize
FO 1822 Brown Linens )Do. Coatings
S this day published by LINCOLN ED- Musruas, Likbrills. Do. SwFla siels
MANDS, No. 53, Cornhill, and for' sale by Cotto, Fl Hfenry Whipple, Salem; Charles Whipple, New- tu. Ban- aresckaddrbCs-
buypoert; and by the Booksellers generally i Chie's Pocket do. Asst' ussimereShlst
Newa-ngland. Price *a ernce. sept26 Assorted Neckerchiefs Do. Cotton do. do.
.VWhite do. Do. spotted Swanskinsi
e and .ntres ing Selection of Sa- Assetted Tabby Velvets Do. plain Biomhaztts,
cred I 'sic. Twist Buttons Do. figured do.
TI HE Ikmtle! iand Hittdn Society, desirous of Men's black Worsted Do. twilled do.
Sdeffuisstg more generally a correct taste for IHose Do. Vestings,
seietntilic Miusie, would inifrm Teachers of Sa!ing Do. sorted, ribbed and Do. super. Valentias
Schools, Chi:'isters and she Public geicrallv, that mixt' do. Italian Crapes
they crintemplafa issuing tfron tl.e p ,ess i Collec- Do. Lamb's Wool do. Fany- Silk Hdkfs.
tion of Sacred r 'a:.norl, silocted rl nil thi most Do. whbte, black and Fiat tdo.
eminent composers, and adaptIed to the use of Sing- mixt half do. Canton Sarsnets.
ing Chiirs and Schools. Worimen's white Vigonia, sept 26
As it is the wish of many that this should be a do.' -
standard wor-k, no pains w-illhbe spared bv the pub- ,
lishers to render it worthy of patronage,'by having CALVIN WASHBURN,"
it correct, not only im notation, but what is often .A'o. 8, jlARKET-STRE'v ET,
deficient in similar productions now in use, hiarma- AS recently received a variety of sensonable
Figure Bass ll com ey every i GOODS, to wit:-
ACB' Figueerdeas 111iit us le evenee Stin oaad cot hsof various colors,
th oughott ie work, inspected by i iaste r, 'iho, Cosnont and.i cou rse do. dso. do.
in the scignee of ultsie, it is presumled, is second to tSluerfine Cassinmees do. do.
no one i this country. sept '5 1iddlinti do. do. do.
Dirc o .t Queen's Cloths, l)rlab, Pearl, and 13 ae,
DiStrict .Of MIassachlsettS. to Wit : l'91isse tdo. assorted. Drab Kerbeys,
D1.STRICT CLE9A"8OFFIEU... Feau'noughts and other 'oatings,
Sit renmeuiibered, that on the seventeenth lay ]Blue asnd mixed Plainrs,
o of Septenimber. A. D. 1t S'21, in the forty-ixth White and colored Flannels; Green Bockisgs,
year of the Itndependeinceof tile United States of Rose Blankets, 8-4 to 12-4; Scotch Plads,
Amierica, HciI. & JLilly of the said District, have liombazetts, assorted colors f'
dslpositi-di i this tfficee the Title of a Book, the 'Tabliy Velvets, to. do. c
Right t hereof thmey claim as- P,'oprietorsi in the Wowsted hios ie y,
T5-, s -1.11-u.4.1- -t, Cs mat .-' _-1t-meets-01-tto-SIs


Words following), tro -wt it'-- E'lements of oth? _h-
losophv of thet-1m4y1,-,,n'l. D* -V9VKft t'P11
Ii ---. ,t i0aI, a.in Edsnl 1.. -Honor-ary Mem-
her of thie Impea'ial Academtly f.Sclicees- at-St.
Putenisbtirgi ; AMeinber of tiu Royal AclAademy of
Berlin ; "a ;d of the American.uPhilosoph;cal Soci-
ety hhld at Philhadtelia ; formerly. I'.'.li,-s .
'Moral Philosophy in the University of Ed'ib..usi..
lith Transisations, cc. nul an additional Appen-
dix. T-wo Volumes bound in one."
In Confintmity to the Act of the Congress of the
United Sttes, entitled, -" An Act bor the Encour-
age ncot of Learning, by securing the C) e'i's of
IMaps, Chasts and Buuks, ti the Authors rnd Pro-
lpietors of such Copies, during the Times thentein
mentioned;"1 and also to an Act entitled, Au
Act supipliementary to at Act, entitled, Ani Act tor
the fEcoiLragement of Learning, by securing the
Copies or Maps, Charts arnd hooks, to thlie Au ,
thors and Proprietors of such Copies .!urli:.tih6
times therein mentioned ; and extending tin Ben-
efits thei-reof o the Arts of Designing, Ens'aving
and Etching HIstoric.1, and other Prints." "
INO. W. DI)VIS,
Clerk of the D: strict of Mlassachtuetts.
F,- iThe above edition is this day pub-
lished by VWELLS c LILLt.Y, price three dollars
in reat binding. It is mitblished firom the lalest
Engllslish edition, aid contains Translttions of Latiu,
Greek andI Fretch Quotatiois, 'whichlare nutme-
rous il thie above work.
./1so--just received and for sale by WELLS &
LILLY,
Sermons by the late Rev. JosEPH
LrrTuator, D. D. Pastor of the First Churcih in
West SL.ringfield, Mass. New series. With a
Memoir of thie Author's life, written by himself.-
Price in boards S. 2 sept 'G,
District of Connecticut, ss.
^-0 L m"lI'iEit rememehredl, that Oil the eighth
-p S day efAugust, in the for-ty-sixth vear
of the Independience of tlhe United States of Am er-
iet,.IEDlanilu. Moinss, amil RlICtAItI C. lMoIS:,
of the said District, have deposited in lhis office
the title ofa Book, the right whereof the-y chaim
as Authors and P'roprietors, in the words following,
to wit: "A New Universal GazeliGeri, or Geo-
graphical Dictionary, eonttaining -t description of
the various countries, provinces, cities, .towns, seas,
lakes, rivers, mountaiits, capes, &e. hinsta known
world. With an Al-peiilix, containing an account
oftbe monies, weights aiind measures of various
countries, hilh tables illustrating the population,
commerce, and resources ot (he United States -
Aceompaiiled with an Atlas. By Jedidiah Morse,
D. D. A A. S. S. 11. S. and Htichard C,. Morse,t
A. M. Third edition revised and correcad."-
In conlbormity to the act, of the Congress of the
United States, entitled," Arraet for the encourage-
ment of learning, by securing the copies of Mlups,
Charts, and Books, to the authors and proprietors
of such copies, during the times therein mention-
ed." CHARLES A. IN-ERSOLL, '
Clerk q/ the District. oj Camiuecticut.
A true copy ofrectd, exam. ed and sealed by me,
CHARLES A. INGERSO.LL,
Clerk- of the District of Connecticut. k
-SCHOOL.
M R. G F. F TH'AYER gives notice, that seve-
ral fi his pupils having been traostferred t)
the English .Classictil Schoul, for which he prepares
boy's Waith expediiioa. a few more can be received.
His lIttermediate School, from 11 to I, las like-
wise several \acancies. Boys of the Latin, or E.
C. ScIhool, can lbe instructed at those hours, is tlhe
bLancLi-s not tiuglit in tese seminaries, at No
5, Province itHouse Row, third story '
sept 1-2 5t
FiR.l I FOR SdLE.
T O be Sold a FARMi in the southwest part o
.the town oaf F: aminghamu, lying on Sudbury
river, 20 miles from Bosten, containing 30 acres oft
goed Land, having two Dwelling Houses, a Barn, a
good Orchard, Grist Mill, Saw Mill, Blacksiniths
Slhop. Wheelhrigthts Shop, and Turning works.
Saito Farm contains situations for Factories which
may be built on- the river. Said Fatrn will be
sold Lhe:p lor cash or exchanged for Real Estate in
Boston. Apply to ALEXANDER H. JONES,
on the premises, or to ELIJAH MOT SE, No. 92,
Court-street, tioston, a4 sept I1


i- B OSTON, 'October 10, 1821. ileged tribunals under my.authority as Gover-
S-- nor, and could not dispose of those papers un-
SBRIGHITON C./ATTLE SHOW. less by my command. The persons in ques-
tion withdrew and returned again the same
Ti ie held THIS DAY and .TO-MORROW. day with a demand in writing of the papers,
T: 'HE PfeaTc are informed that the Cattle requiring him to give his answer also in writ-
Show, Exhibition of Manufactures, Plough- ing; which he did, and consequently came to
ing Match, Public Sale of Animals, &e. will infobtimethereof, butdidnotfindmeathome.
ble .held at Brighton, on Wednesday and On reflection Ithis morning, he determined on
'Thursday, the 10th and 11th of October, and taking them to my house, as a place of more
that arrangements have been made accord- security than his-he did so; but not. finding
ingly. Any persons having implements use. me at home, left them in my house, which was
ftil in husbandry, which are not in common all he knew. I told him he had done:right.
usie,. although not entitled to premiums, will He further added, that having just searched
,o a ser';s-e to the community, by exhibiting his house, and demanded the papers, he repli-
themiT at the H ill-ar.-I s ff .rny uncommon ed that they were in my house; on which they
vegetables, gras-_e. erKiis, &c. conducted him as prisoner.
1 th hinimbelrs of tne, s-siy.' who have not I immediately sent my aid. Capt. Don Ber-.
receie-.l their cerltf,'.at,: mry obtain them nardo Pruto, to inform the Governor fiom me,
of J.,3r lcoKlhi. in the cl.Iriter of the Agri- that Don Domingo Sousa was anl officer un-
cilthn-l IHill, any inre ,iluririn the days of the der my orders, and employed in the comitis,
*J Q1 Inndl l nrl, n ,p irr-rent rl Five dollars, in sion ; that as the papers deriandjed, could nuot,
[lt~fll annd J issessments-andl thUs gEJa l be given by him, hW-'otilrd ifave',fli goodness
-.fien on the dlWilst wiffo prefer paying t*h1ir toaddresshlmselt tome, and4thatif they were
antnal asqscirri:nts will h ie- an opportunity of-doing it, and all members will please to nislhedthroughtheregular channel; extending
notice that their attendance is expected at fuft'her my request, thathe would be pleased
the Hall in Brighton, on the 10th inst. at 9, to understand that they could only be delivet'-
A. M. as la'i.'Iness will be tri.nsacted, new 'ed by me. 'The answer which my adjutant
members ch.:.en, ec. pr.:.-ic.u-lf to going to brought me was that "the order for the im-
themeeting-house. prisonment of Sousa will bhe continued," and
A Dinner will be provided for a limited that theGoveirnor further told him to "tell Col.
number, at Dudlety's 'Taer 'n, on Wednesday CA.L.AVA that will put him along with him."
the 10th; tickets for wh;ir i nay be had Under the impression that art answer alto-
of Mr. Kuhn at the Hall of tlh Society. gether so unaccountable, without; the slight-
Business will commence each day' at 9 est provocation to rest on, could only be at-
o'clock. On Wednesday the procession of tribute to an extraordinary mistake in the in-
the Trustees and Members of the Society, terpretation -lthich had been made ofm rymes-
together with invited guests, will move from sage to the commissioner and Goveraor, Ax--
the Hall to the Meeting-house, at half past ., nDREa JACKSON, I ordered my adjutant tore-
when prayers will be offered, and an essay turn, accompanied by another officer and the
on some agricultural subject will be deliver- public interpreter, in order more fully to ac-.
ed; after which the President will announce it .itt the gi e inor therewith; They fulfill-
the names composing the several committees cd 1l"nr .mii...r-n, and brought me for answer,
and the arrangements of both days. that the Govarnor had replied with loud vo-.
The Trustees have, at great expense, pro- ciferations, and in the presence of several
vided an excellent range of pens for the ac- persons, that Col. CartAv,-slhill go to jail."
commodation of animals, which they- hope I was lost in astonishment, and nmy reason
will be filled by their agricultural friends as could not impute so extraordinary atn occur-
handsomely as they have been at any former rence to auny other cause than to an entire,
period. privation of judgment, or to sinister inter-
The Trustees request their country friends pretation; but having no foundation on
who have fine animals of any description to which to rest such an opinion, I proposed to
dispose of, to bear in mind that they intend go in person to the governor, so soon as din- i
to appropriate their pens on the 11th for'the ner was over; but before I could do so, three I
sale of such animals; and the manufacturers persons came to the house of Col. BROOKE, s
will receive a similar advantage in the -Hal who said they were auth:i'zed to demand of
of the Society, as auctioneers have been en- me immediately the papers, forth Governor ]
gaged by the Trustees, free of any expense ivould not show towards me any more con-
to the owners bf the goods. This they con- siderations or forms than hlie would to any
sider an important and useful arrangement, other private individual. '
as it will enable the owners to obtain the I replied to them, requesting them to en-'
highest prices for their goods. The proprie- quire of the commissioner of the United t
tors of articles offered for sale will please to States, ANDREW .iAcasox, howV was it'possi. r
attend to the regulations on this held. ble that he should forget in a manner so unac-
Ladies intending to honor the Show with countable my official character ?' Did lie
their presence are informed that the galleries not receive from me, as commissioner on the
of the meelinti-ho.ise will he reserved for part of Spaii, the province of vt est Florida, t
their use on Wednlsd:ay till after the proces- of which I was his predecessor in the gov- J
stuin enters, half past 9-and in-tthe afternoon ernment, and that ny stay with my Secretary a
frt-in half ',t 2. '!'ie r'i!l will be devoted and officers, was pending the decision oI'tlie
rX..... ,t d- j. t f r ; hmit.rl ,I-.. -_- .|


9kXruSifionwin S tsticues Ii cmt-einiiwlo 'i]' .-t-i'. i s. t i oti e struction tnr~OWe tri6-lie second article of
Ca. "bris. i ;Atis" lio ; -w I -" -;',a(-i. "e iI li'ir own gardens, an the treaty? The artillery is still held in de-
igi'sh Silk an- Leathti .er;h^ >- eiihihtT. -t e ijli tlhey niy think wold do posite under the national safeguard.
Italiai Sewing Silk aid Crapes, e. te. credit q t.e hlvri-;cul'tre of Massachnsetts, The papers and documents under my
whichh maybe purchased by pieces or .ird, on are respentfolly invited to send such speci- charge, as Governor, to be given by me, un-
satistactory terms. eptr s -pt 26 men,, with their inanme-, as they may think der the Treaty, could not be delivered by
proper, to the Hotel in Brighton, previously, me in the character of a private individual,
Fall Goods, Carprtin.g, etc. to be exhiibited with the dlesse:t at the Agri- because they did not come into my posses-
ISAAC SC1O .I i ''LD, cultural Society's public din'ne on that day. sion and trustin that capacity. I requested
AH o. 1-2A., 'd/-stt:v, U ns I t ] Horticltiiralists are tihus aflprded all oppor- them to tell him that I was altogether bewil-
AS received "per l-a'lcon In other late ari- tunity to display ;n tlie most striking manner, daredat thiscourse which was now pursuing ;
vats firam Engltndg siuperhiniiiiitl l< aniid low in'ri- by a collertive cxtiibition, the rapid roaress that tlie papers in my pessessioti should be
ced lceadclodhis ; blue Qeni's CIths ; i i'irgc I o'hoirliciultiure, iII the vicinity of thie capital. held sacred and inviolable in Pensacola, my
ussortii'nt ofPelisseU Cltis ;saved list ble Cloths, October 7. person being under thie immunity of the laws
very low priced, suitable lor xortaliot n iii; 7-4 Gree In -. of nations, to be respected and protected
aze ; hi e, ired, ed cl and geeci: i-elai BY T HE MAILS agreeable to the usages of civilized nations,
tssifs, ..etian, i and every other individual commissioned by
--. t .. 1. sT COL. CALLAVA'S STA'TEMElNT. his respective government. That they would
0 CJRPETIP V S. I also be pleased to tell him that I do not
S3) RUSSELLS, Veitiai, and Kuldermhlsitr fCr'- r st.-resr..T n To TALNrn TDin.rRT.t GAZE.Tr.. yet know what papers he demands of me
Speling, just oc',eld and flr sale, ait No. U1, DON .IOSEPH CALLAVA, Ex-Govern- -to deliver in this manner, and that he would
ilb -street, by ISAAC SCHOLFIELD. or of West Florida, commissioned hy have the goodness fully to acquaint me there-
*lily 25 tf the Spanish governmentto carry into fill with in an official form, having due regard
DRY GOODS. andt complete effect, as commissioner, ali the to the peace and harmony which subsits be-
DRA E & SO NE stipulations between his datholic Majesty and tween Spain and the United States ; that I
DRAPER k STONE the President of the United States, in the *have always acted towards him with the most
SrgAVE received by the late arrivals, a laige as- session made to them of the said Province, distinguished consideration, both as commis-
Ssortment of seasonable OOS, con- under the treaty of friendship, adjustment of stoner of the Uited States and as Governor;
Bales Pelisse and Queens Cloths, all colors, differences, imrl limits, ratified by both na- and illn like manner I have treated all the cit-
do. Cassimere Shawls, plain and bordered, tions on the 22d day of' February of the pre- itzns of the United States, indiscriminately,
do. white and colored Flannels, dgent yea 1821, do niake the present sworn with theagreatest attention during my ad-
do. RMis,les' black and colored plain and twil- exposition, with all the force of law, on my inistration as Governor of West Florida ;
led Bombaszeus, word of honor, guaranteeing the truth of my that I assure Gen. JACKSOx, both as Commis.
do. "Siaroline Plaids" a new article, assertions of the responsibility of my head, sioner and Governor, that whatever papers
Cases black and slate Worsted Hosiery, before a tribunal, of the outrages which were were to be delivered by me to him this day,
do. and colored Tabby Velvets, committed against' mv official character is should be immediately furnished through the
do. men's and women's diab leaver Gloves, Spanish Commissioner,against my person, and regular channel, as a proof that they were
women's long white kid do.; colored habit against my house, on the day a night of given in a manner becoming my official char-
do. contn Cambricks; do. colored do.; carn- Wednesday, 22d of August, 1821, bywiththe acter.
liCe Mulinis, Governor of the said Vest Florida, and Coin- I found myself attacked with violent pain,
do. Scotch Muaslins, figure, and plain, missioner on the part of the United States from a complaint under which I have been
do. 4-4 Linens, superior bleach, under the same treaty. The facts are as'ful- suffering for some time. This I imparted to
do. linen Cambrics, hlow v Col. Bnoo,,and requested him to permit me
do..- tine Tl paos, plain and twilled, At about four in thlie afternoon I was in the to retire to my lhouse,which I did, and then or-
do. Pins ; do. cotton, Shirtings, house of George M. Brooke, F.sq. Colonel of tiered my secretary to address an official let-
do. cuttoiu Balls, in boxes. the United States 4th regiment, to dinner.I ter to the Governor, making the same state-
sILK GOODS.heThe
Sychaw Sars GOett. and Cto Grapes, Tempany ate table consisted of nColonel sent to him as I had done to the bearers of
Synchaws, Sarsheetts and Canton grapes, 1h s mesages ; which official letter I senthim
Black Levantines; colored do. and Florences, Brooke, his lady,', lighits Fromeutin, Esq. h offic i e er se h
Black and white Frincht Crapes; Thuile Lace, Judge of the Ufnited States, the commander by two officers, but the Governor refused to
I'd. and colored Italian Sewing Silk ; Silk 13raids, of the United States brig of war Enterprize, receive it. At seven o'clock at night the
Plaid Garniture Ribbons, 5.-12and t6-16; Satin do. Michael Kearny", Esq, Lieutenant Col. Don same persons came to my house, demanded
Plain Taftelta dd.; Satin do,. aJl colors, Marius de Vilifers, Lieutenant Colonel and the papers from me as a private individual, or
Silk Gloves and Hosiery; Siik Velvets, commander of Artillery Don Francisco Pal- to go with them before the Governor. I found
Black andl colored' onmbazines, ies, thle Vicarlofthe Province the Rev. James myself so unwell as to be unable to sit up, and
Silk Poplins, ligiured ind plain. Colman, and citizens Don Juan Innerarity, stated to them that my illness would not ad-
19 lMarket-setree. 4w ept 0 Don Juan Lar-ia, merchants. Don iDarnardo mit of my going outand that I did not clearly
Prieto, and Don Luis Gayani, Captain Don understand what papers they wanted, nor
WILLIAl HII. WARD & CO. Jose Norilga, a retired officer, Don Jose Cru- could I deliver them in any other way than
n- AVE received per Herald, ke.-bales Plan- zat, my Secretary of the commission, Lieut. as commissioner under the Treaty, if they
nela, Bockings and laizes, Don Carlos de Villiers, and Don Arnaldo Guil- were embraced in the same, but itf appertai-
Blaes plain, black and ligured'Bombazctts, limard, Sub. Lieuts. Don Mariano' Laturday, ing to my functions as Military Governor, as
Do. Coatings, Duffils, Plains and Kerseys, and Don Pedro de Alba, public interpreter. such being packed up in the cases, (as it
Cases blue iPrits, dark Ginghams, T[e Spanish Sub. Lieut. Don Domingo Sou, was said,) they must indispensable belong to
Cotton Cambrics, Shirtings, .Irish Linens, etc. sa, came and enquired for'hie, earnestlvy de- the department of the military government,
which ar-c for sale ao No. 16, Cenltral-st. seihif) siring to speak with me. On entering lie or that of the national finance, as all the civil
Piece Goods ind Tlardw'are. was accompanied by an officer of the United and criminal archives belonging to the ordi-
J & E. PHILLIPS States, who conducted him as prisoner as he nary tribunals had been delivered up by the
J. V & E. PHILLIPS, told me ; having asked him for what reason, Constitutional Alcade, as also were the pro-
H AV. received by the late arrtials )art if lt replied, in the presence of the company, tocolsto thte commission of the United States ;
torie stock, supply o Goods,-whi, r their that, on lthe preceding day, three persons but nevertheless I requested them to furnish
hodes Bom ribazetts an aCsortment of ics made their appearance at his house, who me with a note of the description of papers,
Furaitures erseetis sai, we are authorizedby tlie Governor Don andI would reply. Inaboutan hourafterwards
Cotton Thread Vestigs Amrnw JACKSON, to order you to deliver upi a note written in English on a loose half sheet
Biudings Calicoes certain papers which he has been informed of paper was sent to me without any cover;
Plaids Britannia Hdkfs. are in your possession ;. and from the indica- I answered the bearer that it would be trans-
Shirtings, Tlapes tions which they made te him, he comprehend- lated and replied to. I sent it to the inter-
Flannes Muslis ed that they were those which were packed peter and went to bed, and some time after,
Pncket Htkls. Broadcloths up in cases belonging to the military tribunal while at rest, troops commanded by an offi-
Men's Gloves ablyly Velvets, &c. d that of finance; hie told them that cer- cer,and under the order of the above mention-
.dl-oa-: gevnetegl aasortment of HARD WAREatc
sald CULIRY, among whtclh, (per Herald) a tain cases existed in his possession in which ed persons, broke down my fences, scaled my
quantity of R)dgers' Penknives;; Razors; Scis- he believed they were ; but that he was a sub- house, and entered my chamber with naked
sors; Files ; Knives and Forks; Wood Saws, .altern officer, subject to my orders, and at- bayonets in their hnas ; I adliressed them,
&c. ;-and are all offered for sale aon very reason- tached to the commission, and that the cases exclaiming, that since my house did not af-
iable terms, at No. 2, Phillips' B4ilulings, Kilby, which he had mentioned were under his care ford me an asylum, nor my official character
street. if sept 26 by my orders, as notary or clerk of those priv. shelter me, nor the immunity to which I was


entitled under the government of the -.i ited.
States, I.threw myself on the protection of
that government, and protested in the most
solemn manner against such extraordinary"
outrages. They answered that I must im-
mediately deliver the papers mentioned it
the note, or that I should be conducted by
them as a prisoner. I replied, that I had,
sent the note to the interpreter for transla-
tion; that I was indisposed, and- requested
that they would not force me from my house
at that hour (at half past ten at night,) that if
it would be sufficient to avoid the execution
of such orders, they might determines O6
forcibly opening my cases a"nd tiunkis, and
carry off any papers they pleased,, or act aa
.they thought proper, as I was disposed to
yield to force, and even resigned to let. them
assassinate me, as I placed every thing at
their disposal.
On,. of the ddepu ritatior,. e .t e ',.- A r .:
-coinroagndl.)j tl- jizte' ny-I tf AffI-TE"WT
tiru the le citizen Don .I Jo' (tsaIAntirT vul.--
ed to intercede, as it appeared to me; bitt in
speaking he-waatotl to be silent, and th.: of i
cer was directed to take me, as a prisoner,
with his armed force. I replied that I con-
sidered myself as such, and in proof thereof
I delivered my sword and case, but as to
dragging me from .my house, thdy must take.
into consideration my ill state of health-'-they
answered that they knew it, ordered me'to'
dress, aiid with the armed troops conducted,
me to the presence of the Governor'who was
in a separate house frota. his own lodging,.
accompanied by a large concourse of peo .ae
of all description of persons. The said Gov5,
ernor, through a person whoacoted as Notary
and Interpreter, ordered him to extend ant
interrogatory which he himself dictated anid
required of me an answer-the question was
insignificant, but I requested to be permiitted
to answer in my own idioma, and to write it
with my own hand; it was granted;, and
while writing my answer, the paper was
snatched from me, and with all the futriousneski
ofa person bereaved of his judgment or des-
perate,the Governor,with heavy knocks onuthe,
table and the most violent gestures, ordered.
me to deliver the papers-1 was. is the act of
answering, but hIe gave me no tiiAe to speak,
and whenever the Interpreter began ,tO ex-
plain my answers, in which I had so often hbeets
interrupted, he was not permitted to inter-
pret or did not interpret the same. With the&
strongest demonstrations I constantly intreat.
ed that I should not in the present act be de-
prived of the resource and consolation o?
answering in writing, and that I shouti-d Be
interrogated in tlie like manner; that a future
monument might be left, for I inferred from-
the ravings of the Governor, that I was about:
o be assassinated. Unavailing were all my
requests, every thifig was refused me, nori
could I learn why I was dragged there.
In the chaos of misfortunes in which I found
myself enveloped, unprotected by the laws,
he moment at length arrived when Ge ernot
JActsos drew out among other papers, a
written order, which, agreeably to the inter-
pretationmade t"
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nm-cor imei n c hdise not t s hUd.der atu i seJi
petration of such deeds, that I protested be-
fore the government of the United States a-
gainst the author of these atrocious outrages
committed against my person and the charac-
ter I represented. The Governor replied
this time through the interpreter, that be was-
alone answerable to his government; that he'
did not care for the consequences, and that I
might protest before GonD himself. I was in
fact carried to jail at the hour of midnight! !
In my delicate state of h ealths! My house wasa
left open to thlie mercy of the soldiers ThI
Spanish officers and other persons of my con-
fidence who were there or repaired thither,
were ordered off, and none of them permit-
ted to remain. My papers and those of the
government which were under my charge
were left without any inventory or account
of the same: the keys of my trunks were left;
my property and that belonging to my gov-
ernment for the purposes of the Commission,
were in like manner abandoned without any
account or inventory, as also all my other per-
sonal property. At eleven on the following
morning of thlie 23d, a writ of Habeas Corpus"
was issued by the Judge, Don ELaisss Fnio-
MENTIN, but Governor JACKsoN treated it with
contempt, stating that hlie did not think it
proper to allow itto be carried into effect.
About five in the afternoon of the same
day I wasinfarmed bythe officer of the guard
at the prison, of, an order of the Governor,
which stated I should be set at liberty and
accompanied by the officer of the day to my
house, as he had now got possession of the
papers, and l might see if the cases were
closed and sealed. I told tIhe officer who de-
livered the order that I could not enter my
house unless accompanied by a judge. lHe
said I might look for one and then I came out
of prison.
The officer accompanied me, with many
other persons, and I went to the house of
Judge FctiotxfTry, as being the only one int
West-Florida; I found him indisposed, and
before every one pi sent I made a succinct
relation of all these facts, and begged that hs
would extend to my person and house the
protection of the law, He informed me that
his indisposition prevented himt from acconm-
panyina me, and that in his place I shionld
take witnesses to be'priesent at the recogni-
tion.
I then went to the. house accompanied by
many people and the officer of the day. I
found armed troops inside; my papers scat-
tered on the table, a case of papers which had,
been nailed and sealed with eighteen wax
seals, with the impress of the seal of my gov-
ernment, was found fractured and reclosed
and sealed with a different seal. My state of
health has not hitherto permitted me to make
the necessary examination of my private or
public papers, nor thie confidential oncs'ofmy
government during my administration, nor
the documents of my commission. Themoney
was entire.
The foregoing relations comprehend the
ol.trages committed a gnst my pleison and.
official character, in Pensacola, on the 22d
lay of August, 1821, by Governor Asuaitvia
JacKsox. This narratnive is the most sacked
truth. In it I have not suppressed any pre-
vious circumstances; the history of the facts
had no other origim. The :i...i;s l am entire-
ly ignorant of, and that thm. 'plhole is a true
exposition I do solemnly swea.' I tender the
proofs, and I protest with thle tine solemnity
before GOD, before mty overr entte,-J'vf i0
tilqt of the United States, iandl b ire allti-iet,
agilinst the authors and perpt'trat.'ors of lilt~e
hde ds 1I also swear, under the saine a:i,'gar
tions, that I ialve always observed, dr!utit;ilny
administrations as Governor of West F1lorida.


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Indiscriminately, to every individunal.,i the
United States, whetber.resident or transient
persons, the utmost consideration; that I
have respected, and caused to be respected,
their persons and property. When any one
has been guilty of any delinquency, he has
always been treated with indulgence and a
generous lenity ; and so true is what I have
manifested, that if public notice were to be
fixed throughout the whole States, there
would not be a single individual who could
show the least cause of resentment. This
conduct emanates from my. own natural dis-
position, and from thle orders prescribed to
me by my government; and that this is my
propensity so to act with all mankind indis-
criminately, cannot be impugned by the
strictest investigation into my conduct during
my life, and the commands which I have held.

,9. CAROLINW cuHAUn.STo ,; SEPT. 30.
STRANGE EVENTS IN MEXICO.
ADVICES received at Havana, from La
Vera Cruz, announce extraordinary events
in 4l1exico. It is known that the cele.
brated Patriot General O'Dono3U, lately ar-
rived there from Spain, in the character of
Viceroy :-it is added, that immediately on
his arrival he opened a correspondence with
Gen. ITUtBtrDE, the leader of the late mal-
contents of Mexico, but who is now recogniz-
ed by the title of Commander of the Impe-
viala army of the tree guarantees ;"*-That an
armistice was promptly agreed upon by these
Royal and Imperial Chiefs, and a free com-
munication proclaimed between all parts of
the.lie-kingdom :-That negotiations were
also instituted at Cordova, and the following
among other Articles of.ldjustment" agreed
upon between them:-
.1. This America shall be sovereign and
Independent, and called the Mexican E.mpire.
2. Its Government shall be a moderate
Constitutional Monarchy.
3 and 4. Ferdinand 7th, on coming to Mex-
ico, shall reign ; in default, his heirs and
successors in due order; and the Emperor's
Court shall be fixed in the city of Mexico.
[The other art ides from 5 to 17,proidde for
the formation of a ProvisionalGovernment, ntill
Commissioners to be sent to Spain shall bring
back the decision of the Cortes ;fir the organi-
ration and appointment of a Kegency to exer-
cise the Executive Power, and a Cortes to ex.
ercise the Legislative power; and providing
for the freedom of removal to and from the em-
pire, and other subordinate things.]
*These thrcegsuarantees,are raidto be, 1st, That the Bour-
bons shallfill the throne of New Spaii,-2d. That offices
shall hbe held equally by Europeans and American Span.
iards, and 3d. That the Ecclesiastical Estahlihmens ot
1808, shall be veestablished.without reform or amelioration,
and preserving the Holy Tribunal of the Inquisition in full
vigor.

Middlesex Cattle Show, &c.

ON Friday last the Farmers and Mantifac-
turers of Middlesex county, held their
second anniversary at Concord. The day
was fine, and brought together a very large
concourse of people from all parts of the
county. An ingenious and useful address was
delivered on the occasion, by Rurus Hosxnn,
Esq. It was one well adapted" to the times
and circumstances, as it contained, practical
hints arid information, well calculated t9 re-
move the prejudices inherited from our an.
cestors in relation to the cultivation of the
soil. l here were produced many excellent
specimens of livestock of various kinds; and
some fine manufactihres.
The'Governor and Several strangers of dis-
tinctiofh bored the day by their-presence. -
The de -s spent int the greatest harmony
;S-! = i")t ingn. In'tie'evening there.was

vZ:- -.
LIVE STOCK... lts.
To Phineas W ting, Chelmsford, for the-iest Bull, IS ot
Stelphen Pat .,Lineoln, ad best do. .. i 04
David Smiil n., Wiahham, Iest yoke Work-
Utg Oxes, =-- -- 12 01
Itaiah Leigh n. Westford, 2d best do. do. 6 00
Benj. Wheel .,Fraiinighamn,best Millh Cow, 10 01
Phineas Wli ag. Chelhnford, 2 d besr do. 7 0O
Atiner W r, Fr.aminghnm,-bor first besthlifer 1o on
Do. do. 2d do. 5 t0
Isaao lIurd, Concord, tor betfat Ox 15 01
SHEEP.
Nath. Austin, Chiarlestown,for best Merino Ram, 5 0O
Georget M. Barrett, Concord, d best do. S 0
Do. do. for best s Merino Ewes 01
SWINE.
To AssaWheeler, East Sidbury, lorbest Boar, 4 00
.Benjamin Wild. Aeton, best Sow, 3 0O
Marshall Gregory, Concord, a special premium
for an excellent pig, 2 0c
DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
To Win. Shepard, watertown, for best piece of
Broadcloth,. 15 Oc
Rock Bottom Comnany. Marlhorough, 2d lest do. 5 Wo
Stephen Bnttrick, Fraeningham, best piece plain
S ';lo oth.- -- 6 00
Sewell Rockwood, Groton, for2d best, do. 4 00
Rock Bottom Company forbest piece Cassiicre 6fi 0
Do. do. for 2d best do. 3 0O
Isnaco Hobbs, Weston, for the 4 best sides Soal
L-ait her-, -- 4 O0
Isaac Brooks, Lincoln, for -iBest CalfSkins, 4 00
Sannil Smith,Littletun,fbordoE. Morocco Skins, 4 00
Robertson & Foster, Concord, best 3 Hats being
Water Proof. 3 00
James Cogswell,jun.. Concord, 2d best, being
common. 2 00
John P heac, Littleton, for best IIog'sherds 3 00
Nathan Handle,. Litlleton, for 2d best do. S 00
Luring Derby, of Cambridge, for best pair of
bonuts, ........ 2 0O
Elijah Wood, Concord, best air Men's Shoes,.. lco
Do.. do. do. Women's Shoes, 1 00
HOUSEHOLD MANUFACTURES.
To Mrs. Mary Barrett, Concord, tor best piece Car.
1 .tilIK, .- .. a00
le'. wm.Adano[,Chelmsford, ford best, do0 4 0O
Mrs. Samuel Smtit, Littleton, best woollen Coy.
erlid. "--- -- -4 00
Mrs. Win. Poster, Tewkshury, 2d hest do. 2 0
Ms John nooti-an, do., piece of fine Linen 3 00
Do. do., .piece of Tabhe do. 2 00
Mrs. Warren, Chelmsford, piece ofLinen, 200
Mtr. Staffn'rd, Concord. 5 pteees of do. 2 00
Ittils Lucy Rockwood, Groton, best pair knit
woollen Hose, ..... 2 00
Mrs. Spaulding, Carlisle, 2d test do. do. 00
Miss Dalnymple,Mairlborough, Straw Bonnet. 5 00
Benj. Wheeler & Coi., Franlrliham, do. 5 00
Do. do. do. s 00
Mrs. Peleg Bradley, Dracui, do. -. 2 c
Mrs. Pierce. Cambridgeport, cotton Counterpane, 4 00
Mr.-Kteyes, Concrd, i do. do. 3 00
Mir. Rockwood, Groton, pair "do. do. 2 Co
The following premiums were awarded,
though nottprevioasy offered, in considera-
tion of the ingenuity displayed in the work-
manship, as well as utility of the articles ex-

To Mi's Baldwin,Chelmsfirdfibr an elegant wrought
Rugg, -- o 0
Miss Smtith, Lincoln, do. do. 3 00
MissWairren, Clielmsford, do. do. 2 00
AlvanPratt, Concord, for a Rifle Gut, 00
Mr. Nathanmel Scribner, Tyngshorongh, for Sew-
ing Silk, manutfetured in his family, 2 00
Mr. Micah Eldridge, Dsoatabe, do. do. 1 o 00
Mli. Wm. Hovey, Aeton, nor Silk Buttons 1 00
Mrs. Wright, Chclmnsford, Lace Shawl 2 o
bliss Balilwin, do. Lace Veil, 5 00
A Daughteof Sam. Smith, Linleuin, 4 years old
for a Bedquilt, ." 1 o0
There were many very excellent pairs of
SWorking Cattle and other live stock exhibit.
ed,as well as articles of manufactures, which
attracted particular attention, although they
did not receive premiums, owing to the limit-
ed means of the society. There were many
fine samples of what the earth can be made
to yield by cultivation.
We rejoice to see the spirit that prevails
among the people to encourage this society,
and make it useful. The funds are increas-
ing fast, and it promises great benefit to all
classes of our citizens.


LARGE 0iVIMf1 .S.
:Mn. Russt.r,. Though much delighted
pith the improvement made and making in
the United States in the breed of useful .dni-
reals, I am solicitous that t!ie world should
not have it in its power to charge us with
ignorance on the subject, which I am fearful
it will do, if some publications on it are left


unnoticed by us:-I now particularly allude 'aorr, who itn 1812, commanded the forces
to a late paragraph, in which, to account whieh acted against Persia, and who is versed-
given of on an Ox raised by a gentleman, of ia mountain warfare; and that the corps are
Springfield,weighing 3028 lbs. it is ex-iltingly commanded by Generals WiTTOrassTEr, Yv-
aded,-" Old Spr-ingfiell against the wr. mAtPrr and O L nr. It -was also stated, that
'vorld." From this remark it is to be feared, the Emperor intended during the summer to
the world will conclude, that we, in lassa- review all these troops, but whether in the
chasetts really suppose this Ox to be the ordinary course, or for a specialpurpose, was
largest ever raised.-This is by no means the not known.
case, as will amply appear by the statemen.In action to the intelligence
I wish you to publish, at this season of Exhi- re sm ChiliIn additiore fr to the intelligence
bition of fat things; and which will show, received at Baltimore frod, the Paifir TOceas
that heavy as the Old Springfield Ox is, lie already giverit is added, that Str in thats
has been much exceeded by, other animals H rany, the British naval commander in that
raised both in the new ansl the old world, sea, having a comma ding force under his or.
My obje t in my statements is not to depre- ders, had induced the"fChilian Authorities to
ciatMy obje t inew-Eng my island product, but to show, contract their papeCt blockade, from the whole
that we have still room for improvement, and coast of Chili and Peru, to the ports between
have not yet beat the wholeworld. Pisco and Ancon, [the former 118 miles S. and.
At a Cattle Show at Brighton, it was as. the other 21 miles of Limai;] and had order.
serted by some in my hearing, that the ox ed the release of all the British vessels de-
.MaIims"' was as large as the celebrated trained in the ports without these limits.- This,
Durham Ox, exhibited in England, in 1806, If true, is important information; and shows
which assertion will be seen by the subse- how necessary it is that the United States
quent statement to have been a great mis- should keep up a respectable naval force in
take. Besides which, I am informed, that in the P ,-ific. For if the Chilian government
Europe more attention is paid to the form have been induced, by the commanding atti-
and symmetry of animals, than to their mere tude taken by Com. HAtiiy, to relax their
size.-The Durhuam Ox alluded to, was an blockading decrees in favor of British corn-
extremely well-formed animal, whereas .Max- merce, there cannot exist a doubt, that when,
imil, as appears from Mr. Fisher's well-drawn Com. STEWART arrives th1e same deference
portrait of him, was an ordinary, coarse ani- will be paid to the attitude which the Star.

ral. There can be no doubt, however, that and Stripes will then take ;-more especially;
the breed of American cattle can and will be as we have, including whalemen, two vessels
improved in form as well as size; and we have to one English, in those seas; and as hlie
the prospect of the speedy attainment ofit in Franklin alone will be found to be able to
this quarter, as the famous Bull C ekbs, be- blow the aN hioleChilian. fleet out of the water.'
lon io l to Major Juss, is held to be an an- The accounts add, that the alairs rif Chili
imaemost perfect sytsmetryi ad his prdge- were unsettled :-That the governing Dio't-
ny-is already very ttnerous., tor carried a very high hard; and that. fe
In .S2, -.Ox.els raisedin Connecticeut, d.. had transported numerous State prisoners to
e In 18bte' dx wa s .lph .ed i n was 1 I hands Juan Fer iandes, (the island oIf iobila on Il-.
igh, 11 feetfrom til top Bofelhs lhead lto is rump, soe) where they were forming.g Aolony;---
iS feet from his nose to tle tillp of his tail, to feet That thle party of CaUn EtIA as growing
4 inches in girth, andi weighed live 3326 pounds. stronger in Clhili ; -and that the Governor of
In 1821, Mr. BenjaminotVoodward, of .Imlays- Valparaiso (Don Losis n i,!n Cmus) th,'ted
town, (N ew-Jeriy) has. a nox, wlhih weighs 3150 American citizens withgreatindignityei--That
pounds. p- o s the following instance had occurred:--ah wo
In Ot18,e thc Dirham ox ee ns killed in Engtland. young Americans werestandinghat theCoffee
The heihit of its shoulders was 5 fieet 6 inches'; ....,. Governor.w. o de
its length from the nose to tle intersection of the house doot r, whenithiis the or owas pa sin
tail. II feet; it oats it leet in girth, adwgh, adeig ,by-not r nitngi, t hsee t ey did hot pay
alive, 3889 in p, a0 him thersalute of the alt. He stopped, .tnd
In 1810. we find by Byells IsVeely Tiussenier, imperiously demanded, .who they were 7 And
th.t the Durham iheifer,4 years dd, 6 eat high, thle yoting men answered, by asking, who he
12 feet 9 iiclhes long, atd 12 icet girth, weighed t a-, oas The Governor did not reply, but imnme-
live, 390 pounds. diately ordered them to take offl their hats,
A London paer, otf 1810, inor, ms of the sale nt alling them insolent rascals. TheYan
n Oicht tecei a iv.e o" ead, calling them inolnt rascals. The Yan-
an Ox, whchg reslded u premium of 10 o guineeas, mkees did not heed the order C-s h delivered,
S"Sd ariah s i sol t 3 ro gt 5. o e teh cognditt of aa tovo-eerre, s
and wich as sol fr 100 guieas morewos and the Governor immediately ordered his
weigt vOx, 4,2le0 pounds of boe Ddy guards E to take the rascals to pr son.u.
exhibited, and killed Ihle ptesit yea o l, the ,meas- To escape the ocltches of this Repttblican
roed 0b feet heght, ws feet 6 inches aotlud, Governor eins free State, they complied With
37 inchIes ni-oss the back, 10 leet.ti'mn the nose the first order, and, the affair closed. It is
to tihe tall, andlreighled, alive, 4340 polotnds. added, that this event would not have Occur-
We lIare also seen in a Iallowell paper, an n-ac red had there been ant American frigate in
count of ain Ox. raised in E glant tby H. Peice, the port. "
Esq. A.P. which, when rising 7yaars, measured in AFFI-. r- IN FLORIDA.
length, in- l tuding tile tail, 20 feet- inctets- h2 feet I.I-N L.. h oe th A meri a t
6 inches fiom ithuuler to brisket, 3 feet between As we have published the statemRpn. t of
Sthie hsips, height 6 ticet 4 inches, githi 13 feet ; the arrest of the Spanish Ex-Governor CAL-
and when alive weighed no less their 4988 poutids. AVA, we have, thought it just to inmert, at
As ben evidence oif te value which is affixed to ft ll length his protest against the proceed-
somelnreeds of cattle, in tEnglatnd, it may be well ing.-The transactions alluded to' Ive al.
to- intieon, that at a sale of M. Collilng's stock, ready occasioned some able and spirited re-
in 181u, a Bull, Salihd Comet, sold for 100 guin- marks. Many of the papers have approv-
e s, and afterward, it 1813. brought 15401. or ed the conduct of the Governor-Generl; a.nd
I D$683--Ose Cow sold for 400 guituas, ttand an-
ll o sr 410. d many others have censured it-particularly
-r the Rich iond Enqutirer, the National Advo.
These statements; Mrl. Endron, are viell cate, and the Evening Post. The subject
attested ; and prove that though the time wll will uiquestionaly arrest the attention of
probably come when we may say, alluding Congress, at the ensuing session.
to our Fat Beeves-"t Old .Iassachusetts a- On the subject, the followingarticle i. lim-
gainst the whole 7 rvo d"-tlis time has not yet ptant-
arrived poetant
arrived. le-Orleans, Sept. 6. We learn, that J judge
While on this subject, permit me, at this Fromentin, upon a reconsideration of tie suljeet
time to'remanirk, that tilese animals, in point a'to a ewrt of Ihabeas corpus, is satisfied, aint he



.. i).x.. u-l!.,e, "a'I.m'reement. between, the American '
Trustees of ourt- Agricultural Society. -WIly lEnglish ,.tmunaalous.o, ., thliSleaty, for
o they have ths beern overlooked, is probably determining the Eastern boutuie `ftthe
owin to te management l have United States. It therefore becom s their
Sbeernapparest in thle few Races which have duty to report their respective proceedings,
o of late years been attempted in this vicinity, to their own governments, who, actordingto
and the contempt into which they have fallen. the treaty, under these circumstances, are to
o .The Agricultural Society, inly opinion, call upon some friedelly sovereignias anun
Sought to attend to this subject--take the pire.
Horse, too, under thein fostering care ;-make The territory in dispute, edntains about
othe trials of speed-if a toch are deemed no- five millions of acres, a part of whieh is,good.
Scessary-ats honorable and respectable here land. It is situated at the north-west angle
as they are in England and France; and of Nova Sortia, and at the north east angle of
make Massachusetts as preeminent ftr its the United States and has within its, limits
Horses, as it will soon be for its fat cattle. the head waters of the St. John and other
Oct. 9, 1821. BAKEWELL. important rivers. There is a French settle-
ment on or near this disputed territory, at a
0 BOSTON, co.sidcrable distance from any other settle-
WEDNESDAYMOR NING, OCT. 10. 1821. menst, which has been visited only by hun-
tels and surveyors. It is said to beina very
BRIGI o TO EXHIBITION,'. flourishing condition; its situation removing
The B.i it, n t Sh ow of Anim als, Man- it alikeft'om he temptation and vices of the
11factures, a hlId Inventions, will con-- l- o Ptio
Smence THIS MORNING; and be con- 'The SE RETAtIt Or STArsr is ot, his return
Stinued TO-.MORROW, when thePlougi-.h to Washington.
ing Match, the Trials of Strength of ,The- S -ETI t u or t RIus NA.V is on a visit
D Working Oxen, the sales of animals, to the State of New-York.
manTuftctures, and p,-duce ;will take There is d probability that the Hon. Wi-,
place, and the premiums be awarded. C eLvt D. WlaL,.IsoIris elected a Representa-
T'he proceedings o both days will tive to Congress, in the district in Maine,late-
commence at 9 o'clock in the morning, ly represented by fhe hon. MaTINza KISisL -
ith ilte usual punctuality of the S oci- Examination ofAlfidshipmen.-The Board of
a d tt ang ,e h ea officers in New-York commenced their duties
ncy; our .le ast waements v d wher nave oitc Wednesday irest. The inumbrof Meidship-
heretufore been pudlished will be rigid-l men presentob examint.fion is said to exceed
ly executed.a seventy. e
e thregret that weo incautiously copied from anoier i pa
per into ourlsct, ni atid te Uiprial that ilethowa,&e.tld Comimodore NaR haYdied at his residence
be-oni'ruesday and Wednesday, tintead of Wednedy atd near Philadelphia on Friday last. -He was
Th nriday. The t istbr G Ne t udotsed, the tro eIrs f r sin ih e l eof t he dal ar d t
election t in l former years the Exhiitos o havo te senior officer of th ited Sta tes avy,
been on Tnseday and Wedniesday; anti se bae this cont- an d Commissioner of the NavyYard in that
Solati,that gi ving extended circulation to the itake.,s
Any of our a'rie nads wre mndueed thereby to atteat city. Commodore Rons itI is.now thse senior
Brighton yesterday, they wonud there, inlthe arrane- navaffich iover., e is
mentu mosktg sni the srtiae d 0fmaoufact res; tredue5 -en os r.








tion e their trouble, and ec hope iltdo fosent to tirry b Ptoss at e the a .a legn i "ated crait
Sthee two ai theyg days. tditi ary and nster P lenisfelotiit ry to the
stiose clu o the crele G ards, Unitie States, h as had sh e ae plrf beiurg
e FOREIGN AoFtrIPSs named a Chevalier of the Order of Sd Asa,,








the Cth sothetn papers.., ai the.t too the det w o h first class, by the fithieror of allthe
se utlin, for the f n s uini paper. It e tn s transmitted in a rescdript es eby the-oEm.
OtsUr a rpmerh acttttnts-o irstingtoonr readc fperor Atxx se dated Rs 26h uly last,
ers soin' loalt affairs s uelt. at Czat'sloe Zel. -lIn ChII Rescr-ipt the Em-

.RO.M RUdS-A-tuitLh perori says, "vYour enhighttesfed zeal frl thte
,sin outlt Canpt LOW hasas inted Isere real interest of" the series, abd the respect
mence our ollst Capt, owa sthtdas' aried cee nihl youo proceedings have- iebspirer i othe
from St. Petersb theg haicovelef tlre 16tos Ametlcan government, of ahich I hsawve the
cAugst. No w r ..v..... theur. ....s dlared, sateisfdtatis co be convinced by our mutual



of troops, icldi the rImperial Gtiau'ds, hod Iet-e ,Opforkho We havRhaad tewpleasotr.
left Peterscurg, it was said, fr thte frontiers, c tf seei5 g tile Gold 'edal, ,,awarded to



Ot r former accounts froms Russia acquaint. 1821." 't beats on'the reverse this motto :








termanded, formed s-heo hrst Ruissian corps rl'


arrnee .---That a second corps dI' urmeo was in The beautiful M'etrrimac Bonnets mentioned
quarters in the Principalities of Wallachia and in our last,have been purchased by a subscrip-
Moldavia, on the Turkish borders: -Thait a tion of 70 dollars, and awarded to iwo of the
third corps was said to be cantoned on the subscribers by lot.
Don, to be in readiness for any emergency: -s
That the whole armv on foot was said to be Most f our well-disciplined light and other
under tlit command nin chimfof a. na JEnt- military corps hold their anniversaries at this


delightful season of the yar. The Sea-F .- ps i ol etseyly th.
cibles"and the Winrslow Blues hold theirs TUESDAIY, Oct. Arrived, brig. Francis,
to-morrow. -- '-- Davis, 64 davs f'ron St. Ubes.-Spoke Slt inist.
The Roy. Dr. Givr'ri, t'omtneelyv of this own, Cope Sable I N. E. 21 leagues brig Indtu Chief,
has accepted tlhe Psresideney of Willianas College. from Qnolddy, for WVest Indies-th Josepl Huns-
S- "'coum, tell From the fore rigging ovcrthnrd tinl1 was
P.ostont Fuel Savings Institution.-Mt a meet- drn-ved, although every exertion wasi made to
ipg of the T'rustees of the Boston Fuel Say- save hm from W-ieasset.
ings Institution, Oct. 8, 1821, It was voted-- 7.so ar. s o, Small. o Cohsset, Labrador,
That no deposits of money whatever for wood 22; Parker. of Phipbshurg. Bth.
will be received after Saturday, the 10th day .Also ar. sloop Harrint, Littlefield, Wells.
of November next'ensuing; and that the See- Cleared--Rrigs Reuben-&-Eliza, Hlarris, Turks
retary be directed to publish this vote in the Island ; William Gilpatrick. Keuneliunk ; Marga-
newspapers printed in Bosten.. ret-&-Sarsh, Foot, Portland ; Cincitinatus, Ho-
A true extract from the records of the In. lart, New Orleans, by 1. Hove k. Co.; ship
stitution, J. P. BLANCI-IARID, Sec'y. Missouri, Bratdshaw, do. by R. D. ShepIerd ; sei.
.BostonOct. 10, 1821. Ceres, Mnnson, Charleston ; sloops Jane, Gill,
Boston, Oct. 10, 1821. Bth; Hatint, Holmes, Plymouth; Two Broth-
-.. .. ... .ers, Providence.


A letter from the Cherokee nation as
says,-
SThe, ladins are making rapid progress tow
wards civilliation,


A lay :term of the Supreme Judicial Court
commenced yesterday in Cambridge. It is
probable the trial of .Martin for the robbery
of Majbr Blair, will take place at this term.

Cnspt. Tavnstoi of the steamboat Sophia
which plies between Sackett's-Harbor and
Kingston, U. C. has lately absconded with a
large amount of Upper Canada bank bills
_entrusted to him to exchange. He had not
been apprehended at the last date.

ExlractfromtliheBritish Critic for July, 1821.
w ye have no doubt that llie PJanorama of.1-
ut-'t ditfd'ore to impart to the untravelled spec-
Si:tor. i *trite notion ti that treowned city awtt the
scet,,eri around it, that all the tdecoints of all the
ti..\ellera whio Iha,- ,evelr publisheid."-Revie-o of
T oii ,r'Va ''w tlhe .Levant. .
The painting which is thus applauded is
the. same which is now exhiblteJl in Mason-
street. We regret to say, that'to-morrow
will be the, last day of the exhibition in that
place ; and it is quite uncertain when there
will be again an opportunity to gratify the
public with a view of that admirable perfor-
mance. There is no other place in the town
suitable for its display, and there will prob-
ably be no other opportunity to survey it,
until a proper edifice for its reception shall
be erected in the vicinity of the University
to which it belongs. -

SIlfALTII OF OUR TOWNS. T
HAIGASTOWs, (.Mayland,) OcT.'2. The2e.
perhaps has never been a more sickly season in
this part of the country than the present. In some
neighborhoods the sickness is so general that it is
with muel.h difficulty that persons can he obtained
to afforil assistance or attend to the sick.t
A Norfolk Marine bulletin of the 2d inst,. ii-
forms that the hope of an itiprovemiTlutin tile health
of that city was illusory, and that deaths daily oc-
curred. TheI- deaths in August were 164.-Those
by malignant fever on the g9th and 30th were six.

Charleston Sept. S. Prime Cotton of this year's
growth, is sailing in Savanniah for 16 uand 16S cents
per lb.
To CoRnuIsrosxnr.Tvs. W\Ve rrgret that the
pressure of advertisements and subjects of the day
prevent our fiulfilling our intention to minsrt" X.,51
Americus,,"" Gandidus," and other communica-
tions, this dny. .
MARRIED
In this town, Mr. Cephas Perry to OMiss Atma Norril.
On Wednesday last, Mr. Jonli Samuel Bluntt, of Ports-
mouth to Miss 'Ether P. Colby.
On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Eaton, Capt.
David Cornish, ol Plymouth,to Miss Mairy Barber, ofthis
I town. ,I
On Monday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Sharp, tMr. Jno.
Newbury Bernard, eldest son of J. Bernard, Esq. former.
ly joint manager of thie Boston rhearh to Miss Eliza
"Coombs, daughterof Mr. Wmt. Cootmbs, of Salem. .
In Dorchester, by the Rev. Dr. Riclmond, Mr. Aaron
Cnpen, to Miss- Ir7 nWhite.
It Salem, lMr. William Sutton,jun. of Banvers, to Mrs.
'Naney Osbhrn.
In East Bridgesvater nn sunday, 30tb u!t. by lthie Rev.
St-n'h Fs-sendetn--Mr.-Zi.a. Keith, jaJo.Io .1,. Salome
In Rowley,Capt. Ass lhlradstireer, to Miss Selina uiuis.
In Kennebinkh Port, Capt. Actor Patterson, of Bidde.
-_ _6frd. to Miss Lydia Hutehills; ......._ "_
In H erdwick, Mr. John Hastingsnn. of Cambrieport
t0 Miss llthi W. Neweonmb."
ImI -onord, N. H. Ntlihniel Walker Appleton, Esq. of
Ports'mouth, to Miss Mary Coffin Green.
In New York city.ltev. Charles Seahuryv. tertor of.Ca-
rolinet Church, Satitaucket, L.I. to Mrs. i'.lzabtth Most
crop.
In Philadelphia,Mr. tRedman Lawrence, of that city, to
Miss Harriet R. Pearce. of Boiton.
In Halilax County. Va. on lthe 21th of July last. John
Hanouck Perkins isq. Editor of the Milton. (N. C.) Intel.
lietncer late of tsis town, to Miss Susan Royall, daughter
of Capt. Winm. Royall.

DIED
In this town on Saturday last. Francis Greenwoml Hop.
kins, aged 13 months, only thild of Samuel and Isahbella
Hopkinss.
Joseph Allen, youngest son of Daniel Hayward, aged 20
months. ,
On Sufuiay afternoon, Win. Henry, only child of Wm.
I. and Mrs. Betwve Nevill.
OtI Mond y, Cait. Abiiah Lune, aged 61.
On Monday, Mr. Josel;hi Robbinhhts, aged 44.
Adelaide Cornette, daughter otf'mdrew C. borr, aged
10 years.
In Salem, Mr. Daniel Ropes, aged 83.--Mr. William Dol.
lists. aged 30.
II lBevcrly, Mr. William Burley,jr. aged 37.
In Sistlat, on tle 3d inst. iMrs..Mary Jenkins, wife of
Captr. Pelet Jenkins.
/In Gloucester, on Sunday morning, Mrs. Sarah Hubbard,
aged 77, widow of the late Mr. Jusephas L. Hubbard. Few
women oft the age of Mrs. H. descend to tihe grave more
deeply regretted; and it may i e ddted, few of her age pos-
sess si extensive an acqaintance-far her society was
sought by theyounig as ell as the agd ; by e one one for
the instruetiin ornd vivicity of her conversation, and
by the other for tbut affectionate synialthy tanl condo-
lence it misfortunes, which these who have lived longoin
the world, anid seen much. know so vell how to bestow.
Age, slosh, with boost people, is apt to bring peevirhnaess.
and iriscibility. seemed to render lres more pleasant, atld
agreeable, aind to families wheri-she visited, the menti oa ol
her name never filed to produce the most fond anticipa.
tions, as well as the most pleasant recollections. Beinr. ail-
ed to experience sere d trials from family occurrences and
mniiforttories she displayed a fort itUde and cheerfulness un.
der them, wiich d aed much to tlse excellence of hrr char-
acter. he has lived to see a large number oflher children
and their descendants grow up ; and though she has been
deeply afflicted with the conduct ofsome, sheti has had rea-
,oin 0 betlankf l for the blet ingsa cnsequ.nt on the good
behaviour of other. And we trust hue is gone o niet itn
another world the reward of her sufferings anid trials in
this. -
In Marlborougih. on the.5th nit. Mr. David Temple, in
the 81st Tear of his age-sa respectitle Farmer of that town.
In Bristoe, Mr. .Toiah Howland, eldst son of the Hon.
John Howland, aned 2.
In Dublin, N. H. Lieut. Thaddeua Mason, at an advanc-
ed oge.
It lCnmord, N. H. Horn. Thomaras W. Thompson, lite a
,Senaior in Congress. from N. Hampshire,
In Keiancboink Port, Widow Hannah Seavy aged 101
years andt S days. .
In York Haven, D. C. Dr. Christopher Stnddat, form -
-,y of Georgeitown.
SIn Philadelphihan Com. AId.XANpiR MURlRAY.
At Matanzas, A og. 12, IMr. George iSnon alsnd Mr. John
Dy, seamren of brig Fanny.

SHIPPING -JOURNAL.

S.TURDA,; Oct. 6-Arrived brige Mary, Emery, Port
Royal. 33 days ; schs. Leaniler Niehierson. Ialtimniiom 6
Heen., Basset, do. 6; Glib. Iorell, N. York, 6 ; Etiza J.'uie,
Milton, Phita.; Juames M nro, Scilddr, do.; Exertin,
DatroniN. York ; Olhve lhanch, Slow, Straigh ts fbel.
l;sle, with 78,000 ishi Avon, Loveil. N. Lootia. ; Jimnes
Flower, Hartliird ; Dart, Clirkj, of Plymoutli. N. Bedford
slesp Mcluamic, Morse, Portlaund; Roebluck, of Newport,
Nnmtucket,
Also hllip Rmss'la Low. Cronstadt, 51, and 37 from sEls-
neur ; hrig Aheuna, Porter, from Cayemne, 41 days.
Arr. at quarantine brigs FJanny, frim laistauzas, 33 d.ys *
Pearl, Lincoln, from Pot so Rico 22 days.
AuAlso sot. Cent. Ifahlet. ti'onti Alexamhih-ia.. Geo. Sear'
did 3d inst. ofthe fever and agsue, ansI was buried at Barn-
stable--Benh. Davis, (the onuy survivor of the crew of sch.
La; k. of Dilhtol) teho was working his passage, is sick,
but convalescent- -
Cleanred-Ship Caroline, Gishy, N. Orleont ; beigs Musse-
soit, Holmes, Gibraltar ; Ellen OIarie. Elsell, Cape HIty.
tien; Oak, Weeks, Itotterslam; Gallego, SuowBahtinmore;
Bichmond, Wrbb, Richnsirtd; achs. Rese'vt,, Gr'ely, Eli-
zaheti City, N. C.; Geor-ge Picket, Harniy, Edlentol
Harvest, Winidsor, Plymouth, N. C.; Primrose. Turner,
do. ;. sloops Boston, lhltll.y, asid Maedloough. Lewis, New
York; Mary, Churchill, Has-tord.
SVJDL4i, Oct. 7.-Arrived, brig Barzhilai. Ii'coslb
Baltimore; sobs. ,Juhuilee, Sottle, (Gibreltar. 6- ; Smisot
Bav~'er' Frrdericksburg ; Tlihtms, Corlis, Charlestati, 15.
MON1AT Octoeer -Ar'iArvhd lehus. Diomtde, Drink-
water, of N. Yarmouth. frtn Italtimare ; LydIa, Comoell,
of Yartiondtlu. I'ont elal.h\well ; Hraolsviltl, Castine ; Mary-
A nn, Keniebec Lea is, Keonublnk sloops Fio,, Percy,
'. Bedford ; Ytmmmg Hirnet, lImii'ts uth ; G. Packet anid
h-tsey, Gloucester ; Auror :, liallowel!.
Via quar. brigs Fanny, Forsteeg, matnzas, 36 ; Pearl,
Lincorn. St. Johns. P. lt.25 ; Abeoi.n, Porter, Cayenne.
5th, Jubilee was sent down to quar.


The U. S. brig Spark, Capt. John H. .Eltoz, is
rearlv lor sea, and will sail to take convoy, off
Cape Henry, the 15th inet.
A violent wind was experienced in the island of
Cuba, on ithe 14th Sept. A French ship, the Gas-
con, of Bordeaux, laden with isniar, c. and
S80,000 dollars, whlilih sailed the preceding day,
was tot.ily lost, and of the crew and passengers
(26 in mnutber) only two were saved. ?A New-
Yoik schooner was totally lost.
The Dutch government brig Mercury, capt, DeSquorta,
of 18 guns, was lately struck with lightning off Curacon
and disorasied., nd afterwards drifted on shore, and was
lost-crew saved.
A fishingsmack from Nantucket. having on board Capt.
Kendricks,>Ir. Obed, Coffin, and wo others. fiPundered off
that island. and the above persons were drowned. Capt.
K. has laft a wife and file young ehi dren.
The master, and crew of the St. John's Newfoundland
she; Maria. have run off with that vessel from a port of La-
brador, satd it is supposed have reached some port of the U.
S.-She is 49 tons, built in 1816. black hull, ihas a'tidll
head. and twas'idllof fish and oil. The master is nmned
Daniel Sullivan, 35 years ohi, s feet 7 inches high. and has
a red maikeon his tightra r. Theilefaulters were iiaticed
to the frsnaudulent act by two American taelbs. belonging to
Mount Desert, Maine.
Sell. Milo, of Bristol; Me. bound to Alexandria which rut
intoNorfblk.t in distress, has been .riun iishre, off-Hoaspitl.
Pioin,al er'having throwi over the deck load, consisting of
lumber and 60 casks tlite.
VEssEis i.Tv r.
Brie Rogert, e nllon. fi om Padang war at Antwerp lath
Aug. dlise.
At. Cayenne Aug, 25. brig Ramber, Shatswell, for Salem
todAys the only American in port.
At Camipeacly 1st Sept. ship Montgomery, for Boston in
5 days. ," :
At YlioJaneiro, Aig. 6,brig Alert. Broke. of Nar.tieket.
put in fur refresl ment*i.. Imutm on u willing voy.gz-, all
well. Brig S;arh-H-lHrrick, Chase, of 'do. sailed s2d Aug.
whaling.
Sell. America, Graves, of Marblehead, from this port,
unevwas at St. Jngo oth utilt.
l'igs Clia. lest. nbiger, of Salem. and Stranger, of New
Bedford, were Ait Valparaiso, July 19, bound id the North-
ward. ,
The Montgomery, for this port, 5, was at Campeachy,
about Sept. 1.
At'Matanzas, 19tb ult.Clarissan,justalchiored-nu vessels
belonging N. of R. Island. repol ted.
Seb. Joiln, of Newbryport, just ar. from St. Thomas,
wais at Curaco, 4thuilt. .
At Havana,lhboat21st ult..lCitch-me-ifyou-Can,B.arstow,
for Charleston, une. Ship Adriana, Drew, :9 days fium
do. or. 13th. The Success sailed 1 lth for Portsmrnothl. TheI
Trio ar. in 55 doays; Tapi a Monroe 37 ; Cohbos.ee COntee
32, cargo ice ; Atlasuand Stenix 41 ; Washington 36 ; Bet-
sey 27 ; Concordia 30-all Ifrom Eastern ports. The Rich-
mond Packet.of Boston, which was sp. on the Bahamaa
Banks, Aug. 30, had not ar. 21st.
Atdo. 16th, Fisher Ames, Ilsley, for Portland, 4 days ;
Eagle, Davis,Boston, 6; New Galen. Iarris.discharging ;
Concordia, Muir. Savannah, 10 Palalbxffor Bath ; Rapid,
Lincoln, 1o1Uand, 10; James Mnroe, Chase. discharging.
At Cureacoa, 16th ull. Hope, Mann, for this port, 9s ;
Onslo, Collins, do. 25 or 30; Fame. Adams, of Falmouth,
Mi. albont 10; Abeona, Felger, N.York.,
At Cronstadi, Aug. 16, William, for cleverly, few days;
Clio, Hoston,2o0. 3 ; Patriot, Woodherry,do.7 ; Wnnderer,
Satnpson, do. 3; Corneli:i. Ilalmond, do. 4 or 5 ; Erin,
/-Lawrence, discharging; 'Poealontas, Howlandaud Adria-
tic, Tink, do. ; xpelriment, Warner, and Cadmus, Ives,
do.; Niagara and Itoque, of Salem.
VESSELR SPO':iN. .
Sept. 27, lat. 89.10, Ion. 68.i, sell. Ir.dis,. days from Bos-
toiln.
Sent. 30.lat.39, 58, lon.701, a sell. from Boston for N.
Caroline.
Octr.2,off Cape Ann 12 l ng. sch. Salus, -da)s from
Bosto Ifor New York.
On Thursday evening, Cape Cod W. N 30miies, ship
Milo. hence. Next morning.nboit 26 miles to thie N. of the
Care,saw U.S.sch. Alligator.
Aug. l5 lat,.3, ltn. 61, 20, brig Sarah Ann, Lombard,
6 from P'luila. for St. Domingo.
Aug. 27, off S. Shoal. brig Peace, 3 days from Portland.
Lit. 43,Ion.'61, bt ig Sarah. 3 days trom Boston.
Aug. 4 sch. Lovely Hope, Killey, of tlarwich, from Tri-
este fori- Trapaninond Boston.
4, 16, on. 43, brig Falcon, of this port, 29
Ang. 19, off' Eckain x. slT, t, ^raT trw
Bedford for Cronstsadt.
Sept3.,ofif-Fair late. briZeAnn, osseau, from Stock-
-ho01m, and 1iO diysi fVom lsi near, for this port. *
Oct. 4, Cape Cod ,W. by S. 45 lea. brig Wanderer, hence.
Oct. 5, 17.lea.ENE. oftIbe Cape, Blakely, from this port.
The Siperior, of Denni,.was to sail from St. Johns P.
Rico, 13th Sept. fori Myaguez. .
Scll. Humbird, ofthis port, front Norfolk, has ar. at Ma-
Schs. Gen. Greene and Cherub have .ar. nt Halifax, 5
days from this port.'
'The Constellation frigate has ar. at Callao.
Brig Warbler, Chaffe-, henet, ar. at Gihrhltar in 33 days.
Sailed from Cro'istadt, Aug'. 14. Bran.in. Hewitt, Boston.
15tlh, Ann Hlland, do. 16th, Chance, Low,i do.; Eliza-
beth. N. Bedfr'ld ad Maria, R. Island. The Samuel, of
do. was tqoing in.
Ship Hel'n, of Bloslon. hatd been solid to the Russians. at
Cr nstadl, and capt. D'Wolf had taken passage in brig Ha-
lance.
Passed Elsinenr, Aug. 10, Rubicon, Woodberry, Ant-
werp for Stockholm; New Packet, Thatcher, from St.
Salvador for Cronstadt, (both of Boston.) Itb. John
Brown. Cronstadt, for Providence ; Mt. Fleasant,of Rhode
Island, for N. York. 13th. Olive, Lincoln, of Wiseasset,
Lontdon for Stockholm ; Vcntrosa. Alien, of this port, from
Liverpsol fot do.-15h. Mariner, Whitney. lenee (July 10.)
)8thl, Charlntte, Church, R. Island, lor Cronsladlt. 20th,
Ramndollhilday, Cronstadt, for N. York; Leopard, Davis,
otid Maitne. I.rvae, do. firPBoston; Briltuis.of Newport. fr.
Rotterdam for Cronstadt. 21st, Ballaicee, of R. Island. fr.
Crrnstadt for N. York; Hcsper. Cu ling, foe this port.-
23d, Sat-co; Stickney, do. 24th, Gen. Jackson, Gotsolve, of
R. Island, from Havana for Cronstadt. Sailed, 29, Gramin-
pus. Bangs, Boston ; Chance, do. (latter parted with off
Naze of Itorway, 31st.) To sail same day. Halcyon, Rus-
sell, do.; REliza & Mary,-of Salem, for N. York.
Havana Ilving been declared an infected place, the tal-
lowing iesses from ihat pt,rt, had been ordered to Chris-
tiansand.or i' anso. near Gotteitburg, and would b' obliged d
to perform It pro er inloadilii quar." viz.-ships Henry,
Diuncan. anid Li. Trader. Redding, of thisl port. (ltter via
Holland); Augustus, Giddings,of Salem; brigs Silkworm,
Rogers, i,f this port; Jeremiah. Thompsonvia Salem.
CI. at Salem sels. Olive Branch, Lee, St. Jago ; Fame,
Haskell. Pernamniico.
Arr. t Gloictester, sellh. Ann dr Mary, Davis, 34 days fr.'
PointPetre, Gund.
Arr.at Ipswich, sch. Rieclmond, Lord, from Labrador,
with 700 quintals fish.
Sailed from Alexeudr*o 4th inst. brigs Abigail, Titcomb,,
for Falmouith, Eng.; Margiaret & Sarah, Snow, Bremenien.
Arr. at Edentoln 28th ult. sch. Jolly-Sailor, Kellum, Bos-
Arr. atCharleston 28th ult. sell. Autora, Hal!, 13 daysfr,.
Boston.
-NEW YORK, Oct. 6--Arrived, sloon Francis, Banks, 12
Hays from Havana. CL ships Importer, Keen,' Canton;
Chase. Baxter, St. Croix ; Hantonia,TiswsVll. Portsmouth ;
sch. Moxa. West. Port an Prince.
PHIIILADILPHIA, Oct. 6-Arr. rigs Wm. & Thomas.
Porto Rico, 14 : Superior, York. Portland. 9 ; schs. Sauay
Jael., Walker, Ciolerain, 10; sloop Rapid. llusevr Nan.
tucket, Cl. slilp Coi'omandel, Day, Autwerp ; Heroine,
Smith, Brazils. -
BALrTIMORE. Oct.4-Arrived brig Ann Gasden, Nor-
ris, Campeachy, 33 days; selhs. Fra.aklln, Gelaton. Nan.-
ttick,-t; Liberty, Snow, Boston. CI. sch. Abarilla, Knatp.
Asxi Casves.
tORVPOLK, Oct. 2-Arrived, sch. Ann Rosina, Man.
chester, days from Boston bound to Hithmonil.

For ,Savannah.
The new and superior, fast sail-
ing, copper fastened and copper
sheathed ship MOUNT VERNON, J. lawuses
master, wvill sail fr ls'uabonve prior early in Oct.-
For f.'eiglit, whichivi wll he taken at a low rate, or
pissage,lmnving elegant accommodations, wit HBeds
aid Btdding-trt'lished, aliplvh on hmtr',s soutl
side Indlia-wihavrf, to a ln W11.IAM t UO lD)A )D, No.
10, Cential-wharf, or GEORGE NOIILE, Shipi
Broker, No. 10, Long.-wltri.
The Moint Vernon will mroceed ti'om the above
port torLivr|'1:)ol ant rcchrn to Boston, !i> tcarl
spring ship ahie is "intended to be regular in the.
love route, spring antid all.
Shippei's iiver;.ol arc assureil
thatsle sIhall awta-s sail from thep oe en the lay
that may be appointed. episttf seipt t2
For .T'ice, or (any other port in South
Jiv,'ope.
l' The schooner MARY, (just from
France) Elias flulen, master, will
take freight to Nice, or any pott it the Melditer-
lranCnl. Apply to UAKER & HODGES, No. ;o,
Irtria-street. oct 10

SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & O.
'g AVE titor sale-50 qr. casks Dry and Sweet
J Malanga Wine, of a very excellent quality ;
u snatiall ciasks Olive Oil, of avery superior quality.
Also-A fewt casks vu;'ry superior Lisbon Wipe,
oct 10 ",


B 0N DISPENSARY. :
r HE C thibutors tothe Dispensary ireberebf* .
J. notified, at their a ti tuna ,meeting for the'-
choice of Officers, lier the ensuing year, will he'
heirl at dthe all of the Massachusetts Barik, TO-
MORR0OW, s-the 1 li inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M.
cct 10 THOMAS A. DEXTER, Sec'ry.

NO TWICE.
T HE Selectenie ofthe town of lBrighton hereby
give notice,that on the days of the Cattle tihow
in Brighter, the 10th andt I Ith inst. .that no Horses,
Carriages, or any other incuoibrances, will be til-
lowed to remain on the sides of the road, or in any
wAi obstruct the passing o0-'repjassing fi'om the
guide post at the enli'itace uftlhi new roa(l, by' Mr.
Winshaiis, Ipss ing the Meetiig-hmouse, as aest
as the Post Oflice. '
N. B. Gaming of all kirls will be surpressed..
NA'T'H'L CH AM PNE -I Selec'tme
JQOHN NOiCROSS," of
E V'D SPAlIHIAWK, : .BHrghton.
Jlrtghton, October 2, 1821.

BRIGHTON CATTLE SHOW, -

Fine Stock for sale, of the English
:'. Tees-water breed.
TrHIl-IE subscriber will offer for sate, at the Brigh-
0 ton Cattle Show, THIS tAY and TO-MOR-
ROW, several holf blcoded1 BULL CALVES,
aired by the noted imli'ried Biull Colebs, from
first rate Native Cows.
Also tor sale or to be let, a DISHLEY RAM, S
yearsolal, from lMr. Clement's' flock of Peaisylva-
ia;. This breed of Shlep in Englanid is hiined for
wool anid *ntloi;. At a late showlin England, a
quarter of mutton was presented hichli weiglied 60
Ibs. *autd'rsnme flocks of thins breed average 13 lbs.
of wool each. -. e -
Also fir sale or to hbe le, thief KNIGHT OF
MALTA, a Maltese J3eltaiss, of fine size and sym-.
mntry, 14 hands high, 14 years "d. '
Ont 10 SAMUEL JAQUES,Jr. '

AGRIC CULTURAL SOCIETY OF
-MAINE.'
Of the s recu,,d. annual Show of w nttl,., &-C. tae ..-
held a, I /..../,, ol tihe las& IlcJneaday of -
October next, (October 31, 1821.) "
T HE Oljecrts, Premiums,Rules and Regulations
of this Show, are as l6I lows:- .
Premiums for Stock,.&c.
For the te t Bull. being not less than two years clI. S20
Second last, do. ..... .- o
Best Cow, being not less than -tree ytarc old, 20
Best HIelier, fro-m one to two years old, 15
Best pair working Cattle, .. s2
SecoAd t .st, do. .10........ 0
Best flock otfMerino Sheep. (not less in qmberthlanten) 12
Nakt best ol any other breed (in equial nmnibr)reler.
ettee beinghad to the quality of mutton, 6
Best Bear, .. 0
Best Stud Horse, ... ..
Best draught Stud Horse, ..... *
Premiums for Vegetable Productions.
For the best actre or winter Wheat, (nos lei 'tlian 20
buselds, g10g
Best sacre o summer Wheat, (not less than 20 ishels) 10
Do. of Indian Corn, (notleis than 70 bushels) 10
Do. PotWtoes, (not less than 400bushels) 10
Do. of Swedish Turnips, (not less than 400 bushels) 10
Premiums for Productions of the Dairy.
For the best BHtter,(not less thnnsO los.) 8
For the best Cheese, (nrt less than 00too bs.) -
Premiums for Farming .Mfachinery, &C.
For inventing or introducing the best, simplest,and
least expensive inanhinery for threshing wheat or
Other small grain, -- -- 26 .
For mcntg or introduciathe bestand simplest ma-
chineryi or preparing fla, .. .,.

RULES AND REGULATIONS..
No Premi"m shall he awarded for an object
which has before obtained a premimhn from this So-
ciety,; nor for any object thought not worthy of a
premium, though; none better of its kind may at
the time be exhibited. .
All the animals exhibited must he owned in
Maine, and the horses must have been kept in
Maine six months previous to the Show.
The claimants .fotbr premiums for wheat, ctirn,
potatoes, and turnips, respectively,must exhibit in
writing dulv attested, an account, 1st c' the state
And quality of the land in the tfitl of f820, or in
the present year, according to the crop in question.
2nd, of its produce and gesseral state of culture-iu
the year proceeding. 3d,, of the qusli.y ard quan-
tilty of the manure unsedl in the year preceding, umd
aliso otbr the rop itselff' 41b ofthe-quantihy of seet
employed. 5th, of the timetiad mannerof1sow.ig
Sor plautiti, of weeding, of top-dlressing, (it em-
).-.led-l.)-,atd of hnarestitg the crop, 6th, of tlIhe
I tlnouist or oTi ei, .qs as-etrtaincd by .atUal-Ioas-
uttrement. Anil 7th. of t!eave'age weight oia hush-
el of each crop respectively, as ecidected hiomr ai
average ofi ot less than-n tutn buslub4ls.f8Il(seleete t
A certificate must be added of the exttert of the-
hindsts measured by competent persons, who shall.
'sipgtthie same.
Those desirotis ofboilg competitors for a pre-
mium must specify the olject, either, by letter or
by personal-applicationi t tlthe Rev. Mr. GILLET,
ofHal!iowell,-or Dr. TAP P.% N, of Augusta, See-
retaries, on o6 before the Monday preceding the
Show, that tickets may be ready for the party, &e.
or if neglected the party, will not be admitted as j
competitor for a prenmiinm. -
The examination of the animals, on the part of
the Tri'lstrte's will take place on Wednedaly, the
Sist OUcaber next, beginning at 9 is the morning,
and ofthe other objects on thet day following. -
The trustees also propose on the afternoon of
the day ol the Show, to admit to public sale into
tCII pens which will havebeen perpared, either the
animals exhibited at the Show, or others whose
lttalitiles they shall npprov. An AucAtioneer aid
other proper attendants will be provided on this
occasion .
Messrs. B. VAUvoGHA, Jons DATis, and W.
LAli), are appointed as a Committee of arrange.
ments fobr the ensuing Cattle Siow.
E. SAWYER TAPPAN,

.1My 14, 1821. Corresponlindg Scc'y. '
Mhl,1M.-These noiceec ate given at as early a
season as the ascertainment of the funds of the So-
ciety for the present 3 ear, has permitted ; and the
limits assigned to tite cr( l:s of certain articles are
borrowed, with sorise variations, fi-om thoce fixedl
Iv thie Agricultural Society of Massachusetts br
tlseir claimants.

.lotions Intended to be proposed to the .ggricul-
tural Society of. lMaine, for adoption at its an-
znul meeting in October next.
1. [To avoul SUspicion either oftneglect or'par-
tiality sit theconduct of the Catt.le Show,] each'
trustee, when prevented froto personal attenlamce
by distance, shtll be requested to name a proxy
to set hor him at stcln meetings of the board of
trustees, as concern the cattle shows; to which ob-
ject thIe powers of this representative shall be strk t-
ly cnfined.
2. When tl atinimtls particularlyy hogs) cannot
on account of distance, travel to the cattlle shows,
certificates, approvedby one or more neighbhrjng
trustees, s!all be recei edl as to the weighs of their
carcasses when dressed, trd as to other p|arltictlsts;
in order to give theirs owners a chance of obtaining
pireonumtl ;n>l tliua, as much as possible, extend
antd equalize the benefits oirtht-slitT.tttu1io,.penii-
utitls for cops ofagricull'al produce being in this
and other agricultural societies, adjudged solely on
this plan.
3. petu'itns who have once been appointed to
certain offices in the State, or been cliosen nimer-
bet's oflIe Legislature, shall is conaequenecbe e at
liberty to become inembers of the society ot pay-
i.g the uatll assesayentl. '
4. Tle tonmnittec of publications shall hbe desir-
ed to report plan t r' making both per'sdieal snd
occasiona:l publaictionson the pla't of the society,
oln tigrictlural subjects; o til an estitnate of thu
In'obablet attcofexprinsesattedinsg hiesc publiea-.
tions, accordling'y as they shall be suld, or be dis-
tribu'.:ed grantitouslv.
5. This Commnsi;t-e shall be iurlthier dcsibedtl to
suggest a plan Ifo'r obtaining agriei!tur'-d iiibi'rma-
Lion tiors diiffruent see 'ions of thel state, whlicit
sliall be suitable for pulicsuatioti.
0. New inmeasics shall be taken to give acti-vity
to local stcictirs tbfor the promotion of agriculture.
7. A plan shall be adopted for the introduction,


thronughout the country, of agricultunml books, at
low s tices sititd too comllsi mIse; as also lbr the
cgilletiun ofone r more agriculturallibraries.
oct 10 -,

JOSIAH BRADLEE & CO
NO. 29, IYDIA. STREET,
H AVE landing from schooner Wi:liam Penin,
for sale,
17 hboxs Philadelphia Lump Stugar,
S 8 boxes ido. Lo4t d11. oct*..











-St. Ubes Salt and JMadeira Wine.
K HHDS. St. Jbes SALT 12 pipes and
o f)i' 8 casks Madeira WINE, .from the
, o'use of Howard, March li Co., on board brig
'Francis, Capt. Davis-for sale by F.:WATTS,
S No. 41, Long-wharf. -1s .-.oct 10
-Hides, Goat Skins, and Leather.
B' T. RUNEY, has for sale on good terms, at
No.2,Doane-street,ts o doors from Broad.st.
500 prime salted Calcutta Uow Hides,
3000 Mogadore Goat Skins,
4000 Calcutta do. do.
6., 00 Curacoa do. do.
100 sides Sole Lather. J./so-
Calf Skins and upper dIo. 5p oct 10

BLANCHARD & CALDER,
No. 14, KILBY-STRHEEl:
O FFER for sale.-a general assortment of IN-
DIA AND EUROPEAN GOODS, consist-
in- of
1l3 and fancy black Silk ildkfs.
n- D)a. Sinchaws, Sarsnets and Florentines,
". DJ. and colored Cnnton Crapes,
SDo.,iud white French- do
Faneystriped Florences and colored Levantines,
French Florence Silks ; Ginghams and Prints,
Mtuslins and Cimbries; Irish Shirting,
Common brown Linens,
Lif-i ,arnd cotton Camlnries,
P) ii'a : 1 Shawls and I landkerchiefs,
Marseillesl aid Toilin.ct Vestionga,
: Bombazetts,-plain and twilled,
Cloths and Cassiners :. blue Plains ; Flannels,
Ribbons; Galloons; Buttons, e. oct 10

To.,, .Manlfadcturers andit Dealers in
Arimerican Goods.
T_ riHE subescribers, hnavin formed a connexion
Sin business, under the firm of
TYLER & CLARK,
and taken) the store recently occupiled b) James
g Clap, No. 4, Broad-street, inform their friends and
the public, that they are ready to receive on con.-
sItinment, Cotton and Woollen Goods,of every de-
Uiiption-Also Wool,Shbees, llts, Paper, &c. on
il.w.*ic they will in..Lk liber Il .ihl:mn..es.
*- iThey Ihavewnw m,ln*le. al,..oflr., 'r 4:i'C. an
favorable terri a g-,e.i I iissorin ernt of )..'e.,--
tie Goods-Also 50-bales of. Cotton, which article
is'intended to be kept constantly -for the supply
of factors. They respectfully request the continu.-
ed patronage of tleir former customers, and that
those who have unsettled accounts will call and
adjust them. NATHAN TYLER,
JA.JMES CLAP.
oct 10 epCw
BENJ. DARLING,
No. 61, BROA.D-STREET,
AS for sale-patent Lead Pipe, and will con-
tract to have it laid after tila trenches are dug,
(with the exception, when it is applied for sue-
tion Pumps) of the following sizes, at the prices
named, d.:imeter l inch 84 50 ; I do. 13 ; 4
do. $2 ; j do. B1 50 per rod. When it is taken
into consideration, the cheapness, together with
the durability of the materialof Lead Pipe, it is
presumed to have a reference to all other materi-
alsof I'ipe that has yet beenintr-oduced. For sale
.at the above Stare--20 casks Linseed Oil; 20.0 lbs.
light oGum CoQpal; 600 lbs. India Gum Copal
leaned; 500 tba. Verdigress ; 200 lbs. French
Green ;"20 casks French Yellow ; 30 do. Ameri-
can; 3 tons Venetian Red; 5 tons Spanish Brown;
S tons White Lead ; 200 boxes foreign and do-
inestic Window Glass of various sizes. oet 10
ELEGA.VT LONDOJV LAMPS.
ISAAC VOSE & SON,
WIISHINGTON-STREET,
AVE received by the London Packet, a large
and rich assortment of
Grecian and Bronzed Center Lamps,
Elegant cut Glass Chimney do.
Bron zed and gilt do. --do.
Do, do. Side do.
Do. do. Entry do.
All of the newest .and most fashionable patterns.
A few pair, of Bronzed Figures, with one and
two lights for Nitehes, or Stair Cases. ALrso-a
few Piasctfovtes; Tomkson'Is make. epim o 10

RICHARD D. TUCKER & CO.
I AVE for sale, now landing from sloop Ha-rriot
-15 hhds. and 4 bbIs. first quality Porto Ri-
cos ugars, for. retailing. JIlso-1C boxes Havanas
Whie Sitgar; 400 bbls. Jones' Rosin, and 2S30 do.
No. 1, for Sdai-Boilers. oct 10
EXCHANGE.
-A 8 t of Exohange on London, SO days sight,
Sfor 824/. 11?. i d.-filr sale by JOSIA&I"
BKRADLEE t CO. No.'29,India-street. oct 10
To 111ie Honorable Justices of tile
Cona t 01 Cnm.i- ..i Pit i -ibegun and holden at
(.',noird, ,nihiiu -ind Ijr ih,- countyof. Middle-
uo-., 'n th.: -e,..:'nd Monihy of September, A.
D. 1821.
T HI pe ni]n milf G.:or.e F. C.:::'..:II. .| Coxack-
i.-'..' tie o, unty ,l G -men, ". I Slite of New
1 irk, .wr.i, .\linm H. CoF.l-,,-ll. of (.h..hinil) .1,
in s ,i'I .u.u ..f .1,' -l.II..l e,_,ma. 1b' l ihon,.
as CA-d.ir ,,f :- '.l Ci,.h r ',.tor, lI, ; .- h m '. I l'-T s ad
Adam ivi' J.-,hni S. P.,k.-.-3, c:.rd.-a,.,i and, Sal-
ly Pink3ey,,temc covert of the said John, both of
said Chelmsfurd, in her right', humbly shews, that
the said George and Adam are each respectively
seized in fee sitaiile as tenants in common with per-
sons to your petitioners unknown of one undivided
op iti part of ite "fillowinrg described real estate
lately belonging toW-Jecmliah Cogswell, late of
WVestford, in said county of Middlesex, deceased,
Sand the said John S. Pinekney, and Snily Pinek-
ney, in her right-are also seized in fee simple as
tenants iiieommon with pesos toi yoIr petitioners
unknown of'bire undivided ninth part ot thie said
real estate bounded and described as follo)ws:-a
piece ofland called the Blodgett land, situate about
one half mile southeasterly of Westltird Meeting
House, constinoing sixteen acres moore or less begin-
ning at the southeasterly cornier by the road at the
co,'ner of the wall ; thence southwesterly by land
of ijnieon Hildreth and Lemuel Hidrihetlh, to the
corner of the wall at land of Levi Hildreth ; still
southwesterly by ladd -)f said Levi to land of Abel
Hildreth ; thence norhn-isterly by land of raid
Abel and William Whiting to said road; thence
southeasterly by ssid road to the bound first men-
tioned. Also a message and lands ealied the
Gree, FarmA situate in the "southwesterly paet of
Westforti and northeasterly part of Littleto~i, con-
taining one hundred and forty acres m6re or less,
with all tIhe buildings on the same, bounded begin-
sriog at the bridge over beaver brook; thenace west-
erly by said rook-and by the pond to a pitechi pine
trne at the northeasterly enrner 'of land set off to
SamHel Manning ; thence southerly by said land to
a large flat rack withi stores upon it, atland set eff
toStiphen Cogewell; thence easterly by said -nand
Sto-the road, and aoutihetly by the road to laid o('
:'Ebenezer Prescott ;- thience easterly by sa:d Pres-
bott's laudand land of Capt. Brick, to latmd now
davned'by.Eliakim IHlutchins ; tlhence northerly by
i"htetchinus land and by land of Samuel Dana to said
-'broolk;.thencewesterly ,y maid brook to.the.bo und
Sfirstmentioned withal ttle'privileges to, the afore-
said real estate belonging. That your petitioners
are desirous to*hold and enjoy their respeeive
parts.or shares in the aforesaid real estate in sev-
.eralty. "
.'1'hey therefore pray thlis honorable Court to or-
der partition or the said premises'to be side and
their respective parts or shliareto be set off and
divided from the rest, pursuant to the law in that.
behalf made and provined. 'COGSWELL,
GEORGE F. cOGSWELL,
ADAM H. COGSWBLL,,
bin lis guardian THOMAS COBURN,
JOHN 8. PINKNEY,
S ALLYPlNKNEYn/mre right,
JBy their ..tt'y. JOHN ABBOT.
;' Commonwealth of Mlassachusetts.
Middlesex, ss. Court on Cennuon Pleas, at Con-
cord, September Term,18'21.
On the petition aforesaid, Ordered, that he pe-


tioners notify all persrus interested therein to ap-
pear at the next term of this court, to be holden at
Cambridge, within and for said county, on the se-
cond Aoeuday of December next, by publishing an
attested copy of said petition and this order thernou,
in any ii,.:,4i.r printed in Boston, three weeks
siueei.iselv thr last publication to be thirty days
. t k-et t.',foc the.sitting of said Court, that they
s n-y tliuin nad itaere shew cause, if, any they have,
-shy the prater hereof should not be granted.
\u.,- ABIlR'M. BIGLOW, Clerk.
A e.-pv of the petition and order thereon,
SAttest, ABR'Mi. BIGLOW, 'lcrk.


BLACK IN.ADIA LEBJtAT1TNB.
UST opened by BENJAMIN MUZZEY, No;.
f6, Cornhill, 1 case very superior India Lev-
antines. ne. oct 10

linens and Sheetings.
1 CASE 4-4 Irish Linens, just received from New
SYork. Also-2 bales Imitation Russia Sheet-
ings,are offered at very reduced prices, at No. 5,
Union-street, by THOMAS FURBlER. oat 10
CABOT & CLARKE,
No. 5, CENVT'I L.-STRIEET,
AVE received by the London Packet, Silk
Gloves; Ladies' Cloths; superfine Cassimrea,
Twist Buttons.
AJso-by other recent arrivals from England, a
general assortment of Woollen, Cotton and Linen
Goods. 4w oct 10
WELCH FLaWNVL*S.
JOHN FOX,
/'o. 12, U dRKET-ROWV, (vy sTAtns,)
AAS just received, fur sale-a few pieces real
H WELCH FLANNELS. Also--a tiesh as-
sortment fine Cambrics. 4is oct 10

NJankin Crapes, and Plaid Silks.
W HITNEY & HASKELL, No. 29, Market-
's'trieet, have recently opened a new and ex-
tensive assortment of CANTON' GOODS, consist-
ing of,
8 cases of 19, 20, and 21 yards black and color-
ed plain and figured Nankiu Crapes, of tihe
best quality imported.
I case- of very superior double crimped Nankin
Crapes, black and white, 23 to 24 yards lin
length,
6 cases Canton Crapes, of all colors,
I ease of handsome Plaid Silks, of excellent
quality.
Sciase of heavy 8-4 Nankin Crape Shawls,
I do. of heavy Double Chain bhltck Levantines,
6 eases Sinchaws ; Saranets ; Florentines ; black
Silk Hdkls of the best quality assorted arnd
black Sewing Silks, &c. 6w eet 10

WORSTED HOSIERY, &c.
II ENRY CYUTTER V'O. have received, per
1 Lonidomn I'!icket; twio c'i -.'i. e,,-riing rn Ilsge
assoirninc-nt of Worst-d Iloictry ; (.n trunk Beaver.
Buck. and Due Skin CGov-s ; ladies' Beavedr and
Limerick do. Also, two hbles London superfine
Bromsdcloths, wl.ich ticy lufftr forsaleat their Store,
corner of State-street. is oet'10 .

DEXTER & ALMY,
N'TO. 21, Cornhill, second door north State-
street, have'just opened for sale, a complete
assortment iof FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting of superfine andul common London and
Yorkshire Broadcloths and Kerseymeres, various
colors ; Ladies' twilled-and plain Pelisse Cloth,
colors, blue, sage, sky blue, lavender. bronze,
brown, olive,Queen's blue and crimson; DrabKer-
seys; Plains; Duffils ; Bookings; Flannels; Worst-
ed Hose ; Bombazetts; brown and black Linens ;
Buckrams ; Shirtings ; Cotton Cambrics; Muslins ;
Handkerchiefs; Vestings ; Calicoes ;' Ginghams ;
Scotch Plhids ; Tabby Velvets, all colors ; Se ing
Silk; Silk Twist; gilt and twist Buttens ;.Dow-
las, Re. S&e. wholesale and retail. oct 10
LOANDO.O1 STATIOJAIR .
S ECEIVED by London Packet, and ftor sale by
4-4, ISAAC W. GOO)RICH, Stationer, 76,
State-streeti
Best .London Yellow Quills,
do. superfir.e Letter- Paper,
do. Foolseap ohl. wove and laid,
do. very best Wafers, small and large,
do. Sealing Wax, Lead Penoils, Ink Powder..
dl/so-Day &t Martin's Blacking, in casks, assort-
ed sizes, will be sold low by groce, doz. or single.
Persons in want of Stationary, Account Books,
Charts and Nautical Dioks, are invited to call and
examine quality and prices, as they will be sold as.
low as can be purchased for in Boston.
oet 13 .' 6is

q(fCOTTAGE BASICETS, &c.
JOHN ASHTON & CO.
SoA. 3, CORA'WILL,
'AVE now opened for sale, received per Lon-
j ,don Packet-an elegant assortment of La-
dies' Indispensable, or Cottage Baskets, assorted
sizes ; elegant monrocco Reticuie Bags and Boxes :
morceco Thread Cases and Putrses; Battledoors and
Birds; ivory Memorandum 'Tablets; miniature
Ivories ; Donminoes,(mmible nines and eighths m paint-
ed ivory and hone Velvets I Gammon Boards;
Chess i en of ivor-v, bone and wood ; -gameo'-0
German Tactics ; olitair'e Boards; steel Twe-
zers; Ambrosial Soup; shaving Caklqlc Paint
Boxes; half moon Vice Cushions ; Cold'Cream ;
Buff Balls, and a great variety of other Fancy
Ware, too numerous to mention. ,
Also, Itowland's MTacssar Oil ; Mrs. Vindintt's'
Genuine Lotion ; Atkinson's Curling Fluid ; do.
Ambrosial Soap; An. )Vegetable Dye ; Rowland's:
- Aljana Extract; Rigge's Extract of Roses; all
warranted genuine.
15 casks Day & Martii's Blacking by (lie quan-
tity or retail.
All of the above are offered at the lowest prices
by wholesale or retail. et' o 10
JEREMIAH FITCH & CO.
T" T .Mo. 5 and 7, .Market-street,
[AVE received by the ships Triton, Milo and
Falcon, from Liverpool, a very extensive assort
ment of Woollen, Cotton, arid $ilk Goods, suitable
for the presentaud approaching season, which 'are
offered for sale on reasonable terms for cash or
credit, consisting of .
Superfine and common black navy blue and drab
Broadcloths,
Black ind cold pilin and< twilled Bombazetts, .
Coloured figuired do. elegant patterns and fash-
intiable colors,
Black, olive, brown,pearl,dark blue, andgreen
Tabby Velvets,
Scotch Pt'laids of a superior quality,
7-4, 8-4, 9-4, and 10-4 Rose blankets,
Olive Flushings,
Light and dark drab Kerseys, some very fine,
An elegantassoitmentfance) and printed Valen-
cia Vestings, s. .
White, Vellow, crimson, green and scarlet Flan-
nels, .I i "
Olive, bnjand drab Coatings,
Manzaeiod. le, drab, lavender, maroon, plain
and twilleil Pelisse Cloths,
9-8 and 6-4 white Co' ton Camnbricks,
7.8 and 4-4 Irish Liienrs, 6of a superior .fabriek
and bleach.
Blue and white patch and fancy colored superi-
or and common Ca/iooes,
Britannias ; superior imitation Madrass Hdkfs.
S-4 Chintz Shnwls,
Gentlemen's nassorteil Beaver Gloves. ,
Do. plain assorted mixed Worsted Hose,
Ladies black and colored do.
4-4 and 6-4, fancy Muslins, of almost every des-
cription,
No. 20, 22, 25, 30, 250 and 300 white and color-
ed Linen Thread,
CGotton Sewings ip skeins by the pound in Nos.
tfroms 30 a 100,
Do. ilo. in lballs, for family use, put up.in small
Seleganttbbxes No. 1, from30a 100,
8-4plain fringed, and printed CassimereShawls,
Ladies' blaem and i white habit Silk Gloves and
spun Silk do. -, *
1-2 5-8 and 3-4 yds. deep black Lace face Voils,
Gentlemen's black and white Silk Gloves.'
sept 12 4is4os

N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscribetr has been duly appointed adminis-
trator to.the estate of
SAMUEL BARTLETT,
late of Cambridge, in the county of Middlesex, es-
quire, decasedr., intestate, and has taken upon him-
self that trust by giving bands as the law directs.
All persons having demands upou the estate of the
said deceased. a"e required to exhibit the same ;
and l persons indebted to Ithe said estate, are call-
ed upon to make payment to i
JOHN BARTLETT, .ldm'r.
Cambridge, Oct. 9, 1821.
...... U.V .A" W.,VTED.


" 1rA NTED, in a wholesale I. Goods
VV Store, a young man of good moral char-
natter, about 14 or 16 years old, whose parents or
guardians re'suide in town, (with whom he could
board) who is active, and fond of constant employ-
iont. A line from such an one. giving his name
and reference, directed to W. R. H. and put in
to the Post Oflice, will bgf attended to. 3ig sep 6-


- American Antiquarian Society.
A N Annual Meeting of the American Antiqua-
riai Society, will be holden at Warren [Fen-
no's] Hotel;in-School-street, in Boston, on TUES-
DAY, ihe 23d day of October inst. at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, for the choice of Officers and to
transact any other business which may come be-
fore them.
oct 10 REJOICE NEWTON, Rec. Sec'y.

TURNPIKE NOTICE.
A T the Annual Meeting of the Proprietors of
the Second .N. Hampsldre Tltrnpike, held ait
Amherst, on TUESDA'i,the 18th day of Sept.
1821, it was voted that the meeting be adjourned to
the 10th day ofOctoner next, to nmeetat Mr. Sime-
on Boydenis Hotel, in Boston, at 4 o'clock, P. M:.
on said day, to act upon such matters as may be
laid before them.
I)AVID M. G. MEANS, Clerk.
.tniherst, Sept. 29, 1821. 2 spis
X. OTIC.E. "
JOHN R. ADAMS,
.I'TT'OUA EY A'i' LJi,, .
iAS established himself in Kennebunk Port,
o(Me.) where he will attend to any business
in thle profession that may be entrusted to him.
Refer to -
GEonGE BLAKE, Esq. U. S. Attorney, r
for Massachusetts Distiict, and
ToerAs LORD, Esq. Merchant, JBoston.
oct 10 6m .

LIFE OF MAFFITT.
A FEW copies of the Life of this celebrated-
Preacher, written by himself,. may be found
at the Bookstore No. 45, Carnhill-price 51.
oct10 ep3w .

A New System of Book-keeping.
F BECK'S Evening School for instruction in
Book-Keeping upon a new plan never before
made public, will commence on the first of'No-.
vember. This system includes all the most useful
,modern improvements, has been adopted by a num-
ber of houses in this town, and practically(proved
to be the most easy, accurate and concise of any),
.that has as' yet been .introduced. "Those young
'getIl(mnili r'lio wish to liommence with the first-
elas., wlili is liminited to 1'er."ivill pleanseto leave
ihewr nrimire at No. 4, Congress,squan:e, any day in
the week between the hours of 3 and 6, P. M.
oct 10 6spis
(rEVENING SCHOOL.
R, FOSTER hlias commenced his Evening,
School at his School room in Cornhill square,
(entrance No. 5) to instruct in Composition, Eng-
lish Grammar, Arithmetic, and Penmanship, on
the plan of Wrifford. Terms fom 4 to 6 Dollars
pr qr. one half in advance. Evenings of attendance
Monday, Thursdays anl Fridays, from 6' till 9
o'clock. Apply at the Sebool room, or No. 53,
Middle street. 3spis6os ... out 10

WRITING SCHOOL.
AR. VALENTINE'S Evening School is now
open for tle season at his rooms Uornhill-
square, tor the purpose ofinstructingyourin Gentle-
smen in the ART OF WRITING.
/, Class is now formed for instruction in Pen-
mansliip and Ai'ithmetic, in which a few more schl!-
ars can be admitted. Five scholars more can be ad-
mitted in his intermediate class from 1I to .
aet 10 tf
A C.AND.
MR. WHALE,
Professor and Teacher of the A.rtofDancncie,
]T AS the honor to inform his friends and the Lis-
St(lies and Gentlemen in. "general of Boston,
that his Academy will open (for the ensuing Winter
season) at Bumstead Hal!l (lately occupied) by
Mr. Turner) at the head of Broomfield's-lane,'oB
THURSDAY next, (to-morrow) the 11th inst.-
Days ofTuitior Thursday and Saturday afternoons,
for young Ladies, from 3 ti 6-and from 6 till 9
for young Gentlemen. Mr. W. begs leave to ob-
serve to those parents and guardians who intend
honoring him with their patronage, that the earlier
the classes are termed the greater advantage the
Pupils will derive. Private lessons given oin 1 hurs-
day and Saturday mornings, at the Hall.
Mr. W. proposes to the young Gentlemen of
Boston, to open a subscription for a private Cotil-
lion party, during the Winte 'season. Terms, ke.
made known as above, and at his residence, No. 2,
High-street. 6sn oct 10

To the Honorable Samuel P. P. Fay,
Esq. Judge ot the Court of Probate in and tor
thie county of Middlesex, in .hle Commonwealth
it Massachusetts.
8TIHE Petition of Josiah Fox, jun. of Dracut,
i iid sl county', adintiistratur of the estate of
WVilliam Hall, late of DJracut, in said county of
Middlesex, blacksmith, deceased, intestate, hum-
bly shows, That the just debts which the said'de-
ceased owed at the time of his death, together with
the widow's allowance and charges of administra-
tion, including future probable charges, am,,nIt to.
the sum of eleven hundred.and eighty-tour dollars
anld sixty-three cents; that the value ot the per-
sonal estate of the suid deceased, by the inventoryy
thereof duly exhibited into the Probate Office, is
our hundred and twenty -nine dollars and fuimri.enI
cents ; and the valueot" the reAl estate of said de-
ceased, by the said inventory, i's seven hunmlredh
dollars. Wherefore your Petitioner prays, that
he may be empowered and licenesd to sell so much
of the real estase of said deceased, as will raise
the sum of seven hundred and fifty-five dollars tudd
forty-nine cents, besides the sum of thihty dollars
ftr incidental charges JOSIAH FOX, Jun.

Middlesex, ss. At a Court of Probato, holden at
Chielmnsford, inhand for said county of Middle-
sex, on the second day of October, A. D. 1821.
Upon tire Petition aforesaid, this day preferred
by the above named Josiah Fox, jun. the adminis-
trator as aforesaid, Ordered" That the said ad.
ministrator notify all persons interested therein, to
.appear at a Court of Probate, to be holden at
Concord, in amnd for said county, on the third Tues-
day of November next, by advertisement of the
foregoing Petition, with this Order thereon, three
we3 K successively, in the newspaper 'called the
Columbian Uentinel, printed at Boston, the last
publication to be ten days, at least, before the said
third Tuesday of November, when and where they
niay be heard concerning the same, and make
due return under oath of his doings herein unto
said Court.
SAM.UEL P. P. FAY, Judge of F-robate.
Coly Attest, ISAAC FISKE, .Regist'e-.

Notice on John David's Estate.
'ommonwealh of .hassuchusetts.
orn ss A T.' Probate Court, held at Bos-
S-rOLBi, '. ton, in said county,, on Monday,
thIe eighth day ot October, in the year of our Lord
one thousands eight hundred and twenty-ine.
Whereas Solomon Piper administrator on the
estate of John David, late of Bostoin atforesaid,'
whipmaker, deceased, 'itestate, has this day offer-
ed for allowance his first account of admiiKstrationu
on thIe estate of saint deceased, he is hereby di-
retetd to give public notice two weeks successively
in the -'ohmbian n entinel, a newspaper published
in stid Boston, tlhatsaidaceount.will he actedl upon
at lie Probate Office aforesaid, on the fourth Mon-
day in October current, buing the twenty.second
day of said tonh, at ten ot the clock, A. M.
when aud where all persons interested may attend
if they see fit.
Given rinder my han d the day and year first a-
bove writsea THOMAS DAWES, J. ofirob.

Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate,
holden at Salem, in and for said county, on the
first Tuesday in October, A. D. 1821.
M AltYROGERd, executrix, having presented
fur allowance her accountof administration
of tie estate of Daniel Rogers, late ot Ipswich, in
said county, esquire, deceased, testate :-
Ordered, that the first Tuesday of November
next, eleven of the clock before noon, be assigned


as the time for considering said account, at a Court
of Probate, then to be holden at Ipswich, in said
county j and thatsaid executrix give notice to all
persons interested in said estate, by causing an at-
tested copy of this order to be published three
weeks sueeessiveiy in the Columnbiain Centinel, print-
ed in Boston,before'said timse,tat they may bc pre-
sent, and slihew cause, if ainy they have, why said
account should not be allowed.
D. A. WHITE Jdge ofPtobate.
A true copy of record. Attest,
S NAT'ti. LORD, Jr. .?egisteir.


Jim" I ---- -
BOSTON THEATRE.

Mr. HILSOA"S Last eight but Two.

THIS EVENING, (Wedneeday) OCTOBEn 10,
WILL BE PRESENTElD,
Mrs. Contlivre's celebrated Comedy, called the
BUSY BODJY.
As altered, corrected, and revised, and now per-
formed at the Southern Theatres.
MARPLOT, 4(the Busy RIody) MR. HIL.ON

END OF THE PLAY,
,,A new Ballet, under the direction of Mr. Parker,
called d
.Edwin ---or, The Rival Lovers.,

To conclude with a much admired Farce, in two
acts, called
THE -PRISOAER 2.T LARGE.
MUNS, -. MR. HILSON

,ctIn preparation and will speedily be produced,
an admired new Play, culled the HEBREW, ta-
ken from the'popular novel of Ivanhoe.
PANORAMA OF ATHENS.
TIlM.exhibition of tins celebrated View 'ofAth-
ens,.which is considered the best of Barker's
Panorana,. and which presents a perfect picture
of the Ca6tal of Greece and of its Euvirons,in their
present state will be continued every (lay (except
Sunday) at wine o'clock, at Rolflstone's ne .Cir-
cus, Mason-street. A Key explanatory ofthe Pan-
orama maybe had at the door. "
0O^Adai.tance 25 eents-ChildrenTialfprice.--
'rickets of adittance fobr tile whole period of the
exhibition, may bel had at 0. Everett's, No. 6,
Court-street. epistf sept 1
'. 1HIS DAY
WTILL b eexiiibited in Exhibition H1all, for
the i4nt.on of '(he curious, and gratifi-
cation of the "1'i^jS'o f ittiprovements, a- Patent
R IlWAAY, atia legant PANCY COACH.
A person.sittiingO~ iM ai' propel himself riith
one finger verlyrai. lp hill, and .another C.i -
riage draw 2,0001 s. u- an ascent.
Admittance 25 ets i*;(to'layrent of Hall, Ske.)
SOct1 t
.. O 1 '' ...- .
State of Ja, e& L. Wo Esq. de-
descased.
FOlt sale, onel f he best Farms in the County
ofSumerset;~containing'200 acres, 'one half
of which is first rate Intervale lying on the bow of
Sandy River in Staris, six miles only from the
Court-house in Norridgwook, is in a high state of
oultivation,withl anew well finished House, 3 Barns,
a Chaisre-house, Se. &e, to be sold at a very mode-
rate .price.. An extensive credit and a good title
will le given. For particulars enquire of WIL-
LIAM ALLEN, jun. Esq. I orridgwqek, or MO,
SES APPLETON, Esq. Waterville. oct 10
Office of Comm's Streets and Lamps,
CIInLXIzaSTO, S. C. SEPT. 15, 1821.
P URSUANT to a resolution of the HIon. City
Council, of this City, bearing date the litb
inst. the undersigned will receive proposals in
writing,until the 25th of October next, tirom any
person or persons, disposed to contran- for Paving
Broad, Queen, and Tradd SAreets, as far as King-
'street, comprising a space of 12,000 square yards ;
the materials will bhe furnished, and the work
must commence by the 1st of December next, and
be finished i a faithful, workmanlike mnannr'.
S '" E. T-IAYER, ChairOinan.
-(y The Shipping interest in the Northern States
ire informed, that a liberal price will be paid for
Paving Stones, deliveredd in Charleston, during the
ensuing ~rinter) 4is' sept "25
a N6tice to the Capitalist
ANTIElI'to be concerned either as an active
or silefitpartner, one possessing a capital in
ready cash, say ol 3 to S5000 in a profitable estab-
lishment, which can be made to become nerma-
nent, the advertiser having a thorough know ledge
and well acquainted with th, business, but wants
more capital tomake it very advantageous to the
concern. Any Gentleman possessing tlhe sum sta-
ted and wishing to form a correspondence by di-
rectinga line toi L. F. B. through the medium of
the Post Ofcin, will be immediately attended to
and further tu.Xst igated.
Boston, October i.0 1i21. -3sp
10 lPBE LEY',
A CONvEtiBNT DUwelling y Ho-se, having a
Kitchen;,two Parliiurs, six Chambers, Pomp,
atin other'ctiniiipeces, pleasaitiy situated, and
only five mimiitea walk fro.i State-strect. Apply
to GILBERT I bDEAN, Old State bHouse.
out TO
FARl-' J1'.NTA' ),
AlMIDDLE aged ritait 'wishes to hire a good
j1''Farm on shares, iii the vicinity of Boston, to
ihe entreiid upon next spring. -fecommendations
for ability and fidelity ".v ill be given. Any gentle-
1nan havilang one to let, by leaving his nane and res-
idence at the. Centiel Counting 1Room, will be
called upon by the person wishing to Iinci .
ont 10 5sp
If' ATESD IAIMEDI.TELLY,
A CAPABLE Carder and Roper, a good Fu!ler,
a Shearman, and two Broad Weavers, at
Counsrishiolds' lFactnrvy,Danvers. eptm oct10
AO rURSE CHILD WJdA"t'ED.
& YOUNG married Woman, with a good breast
ofmilk, and perffetly healthy, having lost her
chid, wishes tor-take one to nurse. Good recom-
imendation can be given. Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Ronm. / oct10
BR.A2'I'JE 'ST AET CHl'UlicuI.
F OR sale, a Pew in the north Gallery, of Brattle
Street Charch. Inquire at No. 4,, Court-
street. oct 10
COOKJ1INJ) CJJ4MBERAMIdD.
TANTED, a Cook amid Calmbermaid, who can
Wt be well recommended, from their last
place. Apply at the Cnltinet Counting Room.
oct 10 -
WANTED,
SrTEADY, capable Woman, to cook and as-
A s;st inrrthe work of a small family, in the toun-
iry Inquire at No. IS, Pearl-street; ot 10
S W.A1 VOTED,
A YOUNG,'Man, from 18 to 20 years of age, as a
|house Servant. One who feels confident t at
he is capable, honest and discreet, may apply at No.
I, Chaanoey-place. oct 10
LUST--Yesterday,
A FEW Bills of Foreign Money. Whoever
has fonus the same, and will -leave them at
the Centinel o'unting Room, shall be handsomely
rewarded. '" oct t10
*' J'V.SNTED.
AMIDDLEBaged Woman as Cook, in a private
iiriti sh.i can produce good recconmmenda-
"tis. Airih a-, the 'Centinel Counting Room.
oct I "
;-- ,. /. .
;,:'* .. ,- W.i" 'NiTD,i
A SMAR-T.active Boy to a Mechanical Busi-
.. ness, tO Yhtnm good encouragement will be
given-if he s~,ms to mgerit it. Inquire at the Centi-
nil Counting t8oom. oct 10
id.RT.AIR W4I '-.,D.
A YOUNG MAN, we.l established in the En.-
A glish Goods line, with a good stock' and stand,
wishes a partner who can furaiska capital, and is
acquainted with the retailingA.rade.-To one who is
willing to devote his whole attention to business, a
good opportunity is now offered. Communications
(with signatures) directed to B, A. and left at the
Sentinel Counting Room, willhe attended to..
Soct10 *
S FOUNJV'D,


N Saturday last, near the N-w Market, a
O small bundle of Satiaet which the owner
mayi have by paying for this advertiseme -
Inqoire in'rear of 116, Orange-street. octn.
E.lt'II WANTEJ'1D.
A FAIR price will le paid for a thousand loads
jof earth or stones deliverable on tie estateknown
as Parson's pasture, Summer-street. An addition-
al entrance to the same will be opened in a few
days from the passage in the rear of Franklino-
place. Apply to ASA LEWIS, on the premises.
oct.0 '


QI .... ... ...


BY FRANCIS WILBY.
On FRIDAY next at. past 10 o'clock,
At FRANCIS WILBY'S Office,
Ao. 9, KILBY.S'IR EET,
20 bhls. No. I and 20 do. Mess BEEF ; 15 j
do. TONGUES. -
-Prime Sugars.
On SATURDAY next at 11 o'clock,
SAS ABOVE,
120 boxes prime white, and 50 do. do. brown
Havana SUGARS, entitled to debenture.
.dlsp-104 boxes Smoking PIPES.

STurkey Opium.,
On WEDNESDAY ndxt t .t 11 o'clock,
SA. ABOVE,
4 cases Turkey OPIUM, entidtled to debeo-
ture ; 14c casks English white and green PHIALS,
assorted. -
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
On the PREMISES
Unless disposed of at private sale in the mean tLie,
That 'aiuable four strry brick Dvelfing House
and appurtenances, now occupied by John 1. Ap-
thorp, situated in Boylston-street, in Boston 'to.
gether with the Land belonging to the same, which
measures aboit twenty-six feet froit and one hun-
dred and eight feet deep, having the benefit of a
fifteen feet passageway to tle rear.
- Among the advantages anrd convenience of this
estate, area beautiful and uninterrupted view of
the Commnon, proximity to good market and to the
Mall, a well of excellent water, and a rain water
cistern.
To prevent trouble notice is given, that the
above Estate will not be sold for less than 1 10,000.

Tobacco, and Cotton.
On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clock,
On FOSTI IE'S IVIL1.JRF
76 bales New-Orleans Cotton ; 50 hhds. Ken-
tucky Tobacco; 120 bales do. do. 100 Ibs. each,
packed for the West India market; 50 kegs prime
Richmond manufactured Tobacco, Muir's brand;
200 sides Soal Leather, pbrt of which is of very
excellent quality. --
Oi "RIDAY next at 11 o'clock
On FQ'STEIS'. If 11 If F,
40 bales prLimeaAlabama COTTON.

Prime selected Vitginia, Tobacco,
On FRIDAY -next at) 2 o'clock, '
AJt tie Subscribers' Store, backoftheGuastom. House
in .Milk-street,
3,3 hhds. prime TOBACCO, marked (LW.)
A LSO-19 hbhd. do. marked A.; 21 do. do. J. G.
The.above Tobaeeco was selected expressly f(r the
Firench market, by a judge of the article,'and cost
9 and 10 dollars per 100 lbs. It is partially dama-
ged, and will be sold for the account of tihe under-
writers and all concerned, to tire highest bidder,
without reserve. --
On ATURDAY next at 12 o'clock,
Nortl Enm4 Long wharf,
The ship WILLIAM, and appur-
tenances, burthen 240,tons, a very
bu ueuiome vessel, said to be built of teak wood,
is'staunch, and believed to be a sound good ship ;
her rigging is very good, and can be sent ,-sea for
a very trifling exlpeuse. She cal be viewed- any
time previous to the sale. -
On TUESDAY next at 12 o'clock; ::
'(Unavoidably postponed from To-morrow)
Jt, LIVERPOOL-WILdRt,
Will positively be sold,
The sch'r MERCURY,- a staunch,
strong vessel, burthen 150 tons, carries
Sa large cargo, and will want but little to
fit her fLr sea. She was new sheathed
about six mouths since, by Mr. Brint-
nall, of Charlestown, to whom purchasers are re-
ferred. Many cf her sails and her largest cable
and hawser were new the last voyage. She may
be examined at any time, and inventory seen by
applying to F. WILBY, Auct'r. Terms at sale.
BY WINSLOW, CHANNING & CO.
PACKAGE SALE.
Hard Ware and Cuttlery.
G(-'in consequence uof the non arrival of the Ves-
sel, having the IHard Ware Goods on board, the
sale is postponed till
SATURDAY next ac 11 o'clock,
At WINSLOW, CsANNNG'o & Co's Office;
No. 8, KJI.LBY-STlREEI;
22 packages valuable HARD WARE aind
CUTLERY, consisting of rich and common
Knives a,4d works, with Carvers ; Pen and Packet
Knives ; Razjir and Scissors ; Hand and Pannel
Saws; cast ltee Compass. dq. brass. and iron
back do. ; Webb do. ; Wood Screws; Clout
Nails; Bed Screws; Commode Knobs; Desk
1Hiuges; Castors. -,
SOn MONDAY next at 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
A laige assortment of fiesh imported PIECE
GOODS, consisting of blue, black, mixed, brown,
drab and fashionable mixed Cloths and Cnsmsiueres ;
superfine London do. ; Flannels ; an assortment
of Bomnbazetts ; Vestings ; Satinetts ; Plains
Cassimere and Merino.Shawls; Prints; Calicoes;
Furnitures, Shirtings; plain and figured Cam-
brics, Mull and Cambric Muslin; figured do. ;
Garniture and plait Riblbons ; black Bombazines;
Flounces; Silk Velvets ; MIrihno Shawls., e.
On TUESI)AY next at 10 o'clock,
AS AiOVE, '
175 CHIMNEY- and PItER GLASSES, Eng-
lish Plates, o6mprising as grcat a variety,of new
and fashionable 'patterns, Ais live ever been offered
int this towp, and covered with the best of Boston
Goldl Lear.
J/laso- 60 Dressing and Toilet GLASSES, with
maubgany frames.
BY SAMUEL HENSHAW.
Stocks-Executot's Sale.
On SATURDAY next at 12o'clock,
It 1ER CHff.4J I'S' HtaLL,
By order of the Executors of an .Estate,
S459,33 U. S. 6 per cent. delirr'ed Stock; 1000
do. do. do; of 1812; 5920 do. do. do. 1S13-, 9284
(do, do. do. 1815 ; 894 do. 7 per cent. do.; 55
Shares in Boston Marine Insurance Company
100 do. SuffolKi.do.
Also, as above--15,000 U.S. 5 per cent. Sto ,
1821. p
BY FAIRFIELD & CHOATd.
Valuable and useful House Furniture.
Oil FRIDAX next at 9 o'clock,
J.t House .-'o. 15, 16rattle-street,
The FURNITURE of said Htouse, consisting
of iaahogany Card Tables; do. Pembroke do.; do.
Ladies' Work do.; flag bottom Uhajs ; mahogany
Secretary; Bureaus; mahogany Bedstead and Cur-
tains; Wash Stands; Night Cabinets ; Tables;
Easy Chair ; Feather Beds and Bedsteads
Cradle; elegant Brussels Carpet and Heartli
Rug ; Kidderminster Carpets; Straw do.; Criek-
ets ; 1 elegant hair covered Sofa; 2 brass Fire
Sets and Fenders ; Fire Boards; common Chairs
>plted and gilt Candlesticks and Lamps; platedt
Snuffeirs and Tray ; Brush an'l Bellows; gilt
fi'amed Looking Glasses; Card Rlacks; I set Dishl
'Covers) 1 copy of the Declaration ot Independ-
ence; 200 volumes Books amd Pamphlets ; 1 el-
gant 16 day CLek, warranted to have cost 5ta
francs in Paris; 1 superb Portrait of Washington,
painted in Canton on glass.
.dtlso-ra variety of useful Kitchen Furniture and
Crocken-y Ware.
...tlt Private Sale...
1 bale drab Kerseys; I do. olive Duffils ; 5 do.
assorted Bombazetts; I case blace and colored
Tabby Velvets; 1 do. .Furniture and common
Dimities; 1 bale Russia Diapers.
BY JOSEPH R1PLEY.
On FIIDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Opposite Stor .iYo. 25, Central- Wharf, north side,
For the benefit of whom it may concern,
The Standing Rigging and Sails of a Ship, about
300 t ens, the former having been in use about four
years, and is now in complete order; tots of lRuin-
ning RiggingRg, &e. ; 88 Blocksconsisting of 10 iron
Stirap Brocks, lPurchase do., 1-2 tmo 1 inches ; 6S
Blocks, various kinds, all with bushed sheaves and


iron plus i 2, Bwer Anchors, and 1 Stream do.
with Rings for Anchor Stocks, and "2 wooden
Stocks ; I kedge do. with iron Stock 1 Cable,
13 inch ; I do. 12 inch; 30 fatihotns old do; 1
Hawser; 3 Leads ; t Rope Machine ; 1 Jack
Screw.


)AN'L WELD, ,.
AARON D. WELD, Jxecutora.
Boston, Oct. 5, 1821. 7spis
I)IYk3/LIN'V'G-11OUSE.

0raO be soil cel-a)), a haIl ;,sone aund convaniient
b brick Dwelling House, in complete rte.-r,
antd 1i:as:mntly situ;;ted. Initlire at .t1C GeC e"i
Cn- tung'Rooma. epistf oet 6


BY T. K. JONES k CO.
: THIS DAY at 9 and o'clo'Ik r
At T. K. J.o A Ao.20, KiljUYS.'IREK'ET
The following packages G.O D"t, received per
London Packet, Traey, master :-1 bale real stt
Sper. black Cloths; 2 do. do. do. blue do.; I d'
do. do. brab Kersey; '2 do.btu?.and mixed Plains;
I do. drab mixed Hunters' Cloths; 1 do. Pelis.s
Cluths, ah sizes; 3 do. twilled Iombazetts; .
do. black Valencia, tir Vestings; 2 do. blue, bla*k
and brown Cassincres ;. 1 do. Toilirets and Swani..-
dow ns. I' "
SAl.so, the following GOODS, from Liverpool:- -
2 bales Pelisse Cloths and Cassimres; ; 4 do. Welk
ssort ed Flannels; 3 cases 9-4 and 10-4- Cassimere
Shawls ; 4 bales blue and black Broadeloths.; 61
c cases Prints aid Calicoes ; 3 lo,-amnbrie zMeltis'
and Cravots; 4 bales plain black Bombazetta, a'-
sorted Nos.
Conditions liberal and made known at sale.

Fresh Teas.
On THURSDAY, 18th inst. at t11 o'clock,
S d t JVo. .37, India-wharf,
-Will lhe sold atl Public Auction,
9S6 chests SOUCHONG TFEA, importedd in
the slln Volunteer, Bennett, master, from Can'.
ton. The' Teas are all fresh and of excellent qual.!'
ity, and the sample chests of the different chope
mnay be examined two days previous to the sale
upon application as above. Coonditionslib-ral andg
made known at the sale.

BY JACOB PE-ABODY & CO.
On F'RIDAY next at 12 o'clock,
Aqt the End of LorrG- wharf]
The brig ROVER', with her ap,
Sprtenances, as she came frotn sea, 198*
tons burtheie, double dleck. 'cr inven-
tory and further particulars apply at 41
Long-wharf.,

BY S. F. COOLIDGE.
On FRIDAY next at a o'clock,
At SAMbUEL F. CO.OLnD.czE'S Office,
No. 15, CEAT'WrL,-T7'RtE 'I
* ".A great variety of freah inr..I-, J PIECI
GOD$. "
q.' ,,, bii the /frt..:'-e-l p.,-l .'c Seasonabl -
PIECE GOODS 1 .,mrticul.,i hb,' ter. .

Susars, etc, "
On FRID*AY nelt at 11 o'clopl,
Opposite WVa. 45, Long-ol/karf, or ~ailr thie fWatol
HIouse,
Thl Cargo of brig Pirl, from Port' Rico:--
101 hhds., 7 tierces, and 856' bbls. Museovado
S.UGARS; 2 punefieons RUM ; 90 'qr. caaki
Mountain Mala6a WINE.

Furniture.
On TUESDAY next at 9. o'clock,
.It the Long ifooin, .A'o. 40, Marlboro'-street, ovdr
the Store of Jir, IJ. Callender,
A great variety of genteel and useful FURNI-
TURE. Particulars hereafter. -
BY WHr'IrwVELL, BOND & CO.
On 'UESDAY next at 9 o'clock,
At V'WHITWEi.LL, BOND & Co's Office,
,No. 2, XILBIY-STREET,
By the package and piece,
A general assortment of Wooll.n and Cottba'
DRY GOODS.
...J.t Private Sale...
100 boxes preserved GINGER, entileId'tb de-r
benture. ---
C7irrqooa Skisis,[,
On FRIDAY next at it o'clock,
(Postponed oil account of the Cattle Slhm')
t JtNo. ,a,'Central Wnarf,
11,000 Ctrnracoa GOAT SKINS, it fine ot-<
Q.er. Conditions at sale. '
BY BLAKE & CUNNINGHAM. ,
Valuable Books.
On TUESDAY next at 9 o'clock,
At BLAKtE & CUNNINGiHA'i'S Office,
Xo. 5. KILB Y-STE'i'E 1.
A collection of valuable BOOKS.. Particulars
hereafter. --
SElegant Furnitur'e.
OPi FRIDAY next at j past 9 o'clock,
.t the o11use of -)1,r. G. -Parker, N6. "3; 1oiil
Vern, n.
The useful and genteel FURNITURE of said-
house, cdnsistig of mahogany high post and fiel4-m.
.Bcdsteadsa-..Diiing Tables ; Sideboard; Card'lT.
bles; Book Case; Wartdrobe; Blireaus.; IVsit-
Stairds; hair covered Couch m-ahoin t aWtril a.i
cy gilt Chalirs and Settees; Windsor do.'; Marble
Table; Reft'igerator; Easy Chair's Timepiece;
Brussels, Kidderminster and Strawoarla ts ( Staic"
Carpets and Rods ; HeIartlh Rugs'. Beds Ma-.
trasses; Rose Bla.mkets; Eider'do.,'r Quilts ;:bIa.st
Fire Sets and Fetdlers i plated Tei S. ;. Lt..AA,.rs -
Liquor Stand ; .Candlesticks ; ,'..frs andI Tray;
CakeBasket; Alabaster G Cimnney Ornameaots,
Vases, Candlesticks and Glass Lamps, wvitt
Drops, .kc. ; rich cut .Glass Sallad Dish and
Stand, Sugar Bowl, Salts, Decanters, Tumblers,
Goblets, Wines, Cordials, Jellies, &e. Chirna-
Diuing, Desert and Tea and, Coffea Sets; Ivory
haidied Knives arnd Forks; green Carpet; Back-"
gammon o Board and 0oo Box0 japanned Plate
Warmer, Coolers, kaiters; d0. Cheese, Breasd
and Knit.e Trays; E1ir.y La'np 1 pair Mirrors ;
giltfr'amel Looking ass ; Chimney Gass-ahd'
a great variety of the beast Kitchen Furnitnire.
-t 12 o'clock-a new PIANO FORF'i'K, made
by Clenenti S Co. London, of supri-ior tone;
A1USIC STOOL, aid a few doz. bottled CIDbLR.
Ttl Furmnit mire may be seen To-morrow.

BY FRINK STRATTON.
Real Estate at West Boston.
On SATURI)AY next at 12 o'clock,
3 lots or parcels of LAND, i n Cambridge-street,'
(oppos to ile MarKet liour:s of S. Parkman. Esq.)
with the Huildir.gs.-3 lots on May and Center
streets-2 lots on Buttolph and Soutliack streets,
with the Buildings-S tots on Grove-street. The
above premises contain nearly 50,000 square feet.
Conditions liberal, and title indisputable. For
further information, apply at No. 5, Warren -street.'
Sale to commence o'. May-st. lot.
Public ALuctin.
.To be sold at Public Auction, by order of Court,
on SA'T'UDAY, the 27thi inst. at 3 o'clock, P.
M. on the premises,
Alli the Real Estate of Ephraim Altey, hte of
Lynn, in the county of Essex, consisting of a Dwellng-house a ein d Barn, and about
one and an bralftreres ot Land, situiated neat- tie east-
ern endl of Lynn common. Conditions will be'
made known at thie time a ilace e1 sale.
NA'F AT FL ALLEY, ddnm'r.
Lynn,. Oct. 3, 1821.

Executors.Sales of R.al Estate.
To be sold at Public Auction, on THURSDAY,-
the first day of November next, at two o'cldck,
P. M. .
A valnalible FARM, helonghing to tho estate of
the late lDecacon David Weld, olimuxbury, con-
tiining eigty twoacres--with a hose ; large newa
barn, a cellar under a part of it ; cider mill
and mill-bouse--situated in the Rev. John Brad-"
fori'r P.,u i.li, in RIoxbu'ry, about orc third of a mile
nopt'i-V Lti f the meeting-house, on the road lead-
iig to No,', trtn, 71 miles from the Old State l'louse.
Thle land is fenced witls stone wall amid in tine or-
der, and well proportioned with mowing, orchard-
ing, tillage, pasture and wood land, with a variety
of young'fruit trees, and well watered at all sea-
sons, .it being adjoining th late residence of thi
decreasedd. Sale on the premises, weather 'being
fair or foul.
Li,'e-.imse, at thIe same time and place- mbout four
hundred acres of wild Land, lying in West-Far-
lee, county of Orange, in the' State oft' Vermont.
./1so-one Share ii the Corporation of Ninth
Massachusetts Turnspike. For further particu-
lars. inouire of the subscribers.











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ORIGINAL HYMN AXND ODE.
.01'The following is the Hymn, written by
the Rev. Mr. PianPO;r and performed dur
ing the services, and Ode, written by Mr
J. SPaun and sung' at the dinner, promise
in our last in the account of the Triennial
Festival of the Massachusetts Charitable Me
chanic Association :-The other Ode, written
by Mr. ALr.PHnus CART and sung at the din-
ner, we have not room for this day, but Wil
insert it our next.
HYMN.
TuN--" Old Hundred,
'N OW to the God, to whom all might
And glory, in all worlds belong,
Who fills unseen his throne of light,
Come, let us sing a general song.
His Spirit wrapp'd the mantling air
Of old, around our intfat Earth,
And, on her bosom, warm and fair,
Gave heryoung lord his joyous birth,
lie smiles on morning's rosy way :
He paints the gorgeous clouds of even:
Tonoon, he gives its ripening ray ;
To night, the view of glorious heaven.
He drives along those sparkling globes,
In circles of unerring truth ;
lie decks them all in radiant robes,
And crowns them with eternal youth.
So 'will he crown the upright mind,
When life and all its toils are o'er:
Then let his praise, on every wind
Rise, till the winds shall wake no more.

ODE.
AmR-" Ilise Coliumbia."
IN that lone hour when Freedom shone
Across the Atlantic's trackless wave,
Light beaming science reared her throne,
And toil upheld the patriot brave. ,
Hail to that t ar! which burst the gloom,
And.poured its light on glory's tomb !
Then genius roui d her Heaven-born fires,
Warmed into life the slumbering soul;
.Ymbiotin'& offspring blessed their sires,
And swore to reach bright honor's goal.
Swore by the spirits of the dead,
To gain the prize for which they bled.
Ant showered on man her golden stores,
Secured young ESTZnraPUZ from ill;
Wealth cheered the Pilgrims' desert shores,
And raised up monuments of skill.
Thus shall Columbia soar to fame,
And through the world, her birthright claim.
FaAslxx thy spirit tamed the clouds!
The deatli-firaught lightning flashed no more-
No more pale fear its face enshrouds,
Nor dreads the thunder's angry roar.
Thy rod redeeming, blazed on high,
And saved, when peril's hour was nigh.
GosIr'ar.! thy mouldering frame shall tell,
When foul detraction's four is tone;
Old ocean bowed beneath thy spell,
That waled her darkness into morn!
Nations tnborn shall hail thy claim,
And crown thy brows with deathless fame.
Freemen's loved sons shall fondly turn
'Where FAla AxcaI' honor ed ashes lie;
Twine laurel wreaths around his urn,
And.point how glorious 'twas to die :-
When death had left a name behind,
Where science beamed to rouse mankind.
'PT-Tore thy life was one pure dream,
No eve could pierce thy depths of mind ;
Boldly tihou dar'dst the rushing stream,
Nor fear'dst to brave the raging wind.
Thy fame o'e(,opiling seas shall wave,
And genius cofseerate thy grave.
Eternal be thy dazzling reign,
Star of Columbia's strength and pride
Burst be the bands of fate in twain,
Should fate essay thy beams to hide.
*-Hail to that star! which burst the gloom,
SAnd poured its light on glory's tomb!
S_ NOTICE.
SLiR9BRIBtR' to the "B..F. Asliim," are
infor ned tl.at Subseriptioni for the 22d year,
vill.be received at the Asylum, every THURS-
DAYfi-onm- 6to 2 o'cloeek, A. M. during the en-
sing month. Their attention to this notice is par-
ticularly requested.
P. L. FROTHINGHAM Coll. Sec'y.
aejt.t9 ep4w
EVENING SCHOOL.
SW"H IT I'EY respectfully informs the young
,.gentlemen of Boston, that lie will open an
ning School, en MONDAY, thdie st of October
next, on the lower floor of the new School House,
in Derne-street, for the purpose of instructing in
oWriting and Arithmetic. Hours of Instruction
1rom 6 to 9. sept 26

Fashionable Mautua making.
"tI RS. HASTINGS has taken the Shor. No. 9,
S. Marlboro'-street where she will carry ont
Habit and Dress Making in all its various bran.
ches. She has received her English and French
fashionable patterns for Pelieees and Habits,
and professes to do her'work with taste and neat-
ness. Ladies in the town of Boston and from the
country, are invited to ca:l. She likewise ae-
kntwledges her gratitude to these Ladies who
have favored her with their patronage, and will en-
deavor to give satisfaction that will minerit a contin-
itance of their favors.
Six apprentices wanted at the Habit and Dress
.Making, which will be taken on the most reasona-
able terms. oct 2

TAMMANY HALL,
Park-street, near the Theatre and City Hall,
.Mev- York.
HIS well known establishment has rec'etlv
been taken by the subscriber, who is d.:ate ..
aed to use bis best endeavors to render it .i ,.)
of public patronage*
The local situation of this Hotel, being placed
near the centre of business and public amusement,
renders it worthy the attention of the stranger, vwho
will at all times find his table suppllied with'the
best provisions the seasons iffordl, and his wants at-
tended to, by capable and obliging servants.
(signed) A. MOODY, lute ofA'lbany.
JVe- York, Sept. 6,1821. 8t
COWf GOJVE .'IST'RAY.
TRAYED awayltom the subscriber on Sun-
day 3Sth Sept. a o',ng deep red Cow, horns
turned inward, will a holne bhered through' hoth
horns. Whoever will return her, or give informa-
tint to me at head ofl Lewis' Wharf, shall be suita-
by rewarded. ,. PETER FREEMAN.
october 3 : .








No. 18., CORNHILL,
R Corner of State-street, up astairs,
ESPECTFULLY solicits a share of the pub-
lice patronage in thd above bratch-having been
solely in this employ for some years,he is confident
he can give entire satisfaction to every employer.
E. P. would observe that (as competition in this
business has caused some to reduce their prices)
his bills shallbe as reasonable as any workman's in
Boston, tf July 14
JOHN DAY,-Sil'-ver Smith,
J,. 8k,-Water-st. opposite the Post Office, .Boston.
M- AS'SONIC Work done at short nnsice ; Watch
Cases and Swords Gilt, and Swords Plated.
N. B.- All kinds of Silver Work made to match
any pattern. I awtf July 18


1OO S BRISTLES.
f"tASH (60 cents pet pond.) will be given, for
U first quality HOGS BRi;TLES, at LANE
& HUNEWELL's, Dock-sq.
(O'Shoe makers' Bristles 16r sale as ab%;ve.
ov 18 1 sl'2is


For North Carolina.
Theisch. GEORGIE PICKET, Capt.
Hos'ney, will take n freight for any port
in North Carolina, if offered in a tew
days. For terms, apply to MUNSON
-e'&-BARNARD,No. 17, Central-wharf,
or the master, at Lloyd's-wharf. oct 5
For Sale,
The Hull of a Schooner, of about
70 tons, now on the stocks, at Quincy
fl/ point, near the bridge, Quincy, built of
hS'lw wite oakk in the best amid nmost fitiithfi
manner, high deck, 17 feet bean and 8
feet deep, will probably carry 600 bbls. under deck,
can be got offby 10th October. Thebuilder would,
if desired, retain one quarter part of her, and a
young man, highly recommended fi>r a maser,
would purchase another quarter oi her. 'For
terms, for the whole or a part, apply to Mr.
NATIl'L JOYCLIN, the builder, at Quincy
point, or to JNO. BINNIEY, 33, Ling-wharf.
sept 12 ep5w
Flour, Tobacco and Cotton.

OLIVER, BORLAND & ABBOT,'
N Vo. 21', CET, 2'JL- IRJ1AJ?',
BJAY, FOR SALE,
500 bls. Alexandria superfine and scratched
Flour,
150 Ihhds. long leaf Kentucky Tobacco,
500 kegs Richmond manufttetured tobacco of
various qualiies-some very prime,
940 bales Cotton, received by recent arrivals
from New Orleans. oet. 3


CO TTON.
A -ff OBALES prime Georgia Upland COT-
[){) TON-for sale by BENJAMIN F. B.
MI'CHELL & CO. No.'34, Central-wharf.
out 3 is
London Brown Stout.

THOMAS DENNIE & SON
_. Jo. 31, 3 ST1 TE-STRE.T,
TAVE fot sale, now landing from ship London
.I Packet, 50 casks Dowding's & Thomas'
DOUBLE BROWN STOUT, in casks of 7 .and
8 dozen each.
They have on hard, a few casks Bristol FOR-
TER. gle-o-rich Bullton ALE in jugs-and a
few pipes Rastenu's BRANDY. oct 3
CRAJMBERRIES.
S& J. HOWE, No. 15, Long-wharf, have for
*Jg sale-200 bbls. CRAMBERRIES, in water
casks or dry do. asjthe purchaser may want.
sept 26
JMUfSCETS.
CASES MUSKETS, with Bayonets com-
2O plete, of Ketland's manufactory, just im-
ported and entitled to debenture-for sale by
GEORGE L. DEBLOIS & CO. sept 26
EXCHANGE and U. S. STOCKS.
F OR sale-Exchange on England, in sums to
sui( urclhasers.
Stocks, transferable and payable on 1st day of
October- '
7000 Dollars 7 per cent. Stock,
1000, do. 0-per cent. do. 1812,
3500 do. 6 per cent. do. 1813,
1249 99 do 6 per cent. do. 1814.
luquire of STEP'N BROWN, No. 12, Ex-
change-street. sept 2S
Sheet Iron, Tin Plate, Oil, Candles,
Lamps, Uc. &c.
JOSEPH P. BRADLEE, No. 12 and 13 But-
ler's-row, has lor sale,
200 busfdles English Sheet Iron,
100 *do. Russia do, do.
150 boxes Tin Plate, -
175 casks Winter and Summer Strained Oil,
50 bbls. Sea Elephant and Wha'e Oil,
10 casks Olive Oil; 5 do. Neatslbot Oil,
50 boxes Sperm Candles ; 50 do. Tallow do.
200 doz, Japan Lamps ; 50 do. Brass do.
S300 Oil Canisters, 90, 60, 30, 15, 10, 5, 3, 2 gal-
lons each, for Stores and Families' use,
5000 1bs. Iron Wire; 5000 Lantern Leaves,
500 lbs. Wickyarn, for Lamps,
5200 SheetIron CoallHods, for. rates. sep 2(
RICE, COTTON, W "1VE, etc.

R. & E. LINCOLN.
Jg V .'V>. 45, JL._ '.* RARF,
RAVEFORSALE .
1".5 tierces Rice' 40 bales N. 0. Cotton,
5 pipes'sweei Malaga \Wine, ,
40 quarter casts do. ; 35,000 Havana Cigars,
8 tierces Holney,
Nev Flour Ifrom Itehmond, in bbls. and half
bbls. 6p sept 5

BUFF.JLO ROBES.
O be sold, a quantity oF BUFiFALO ROBES,
in prime order, by the bale or single. Inquire
of-IOMES kc BASS, No.-108 Orange-street, or
of HENRY MESSINGER, No. 80 State-s street.
Cash paid lor Furs as above. 3m sept 19
JAMES CARTER,
JVor 17, IA Di.- W!'IMRF,
P AS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
English IRON, flat,square, and round; with
NAILS, RODS, HOOPS, and PLATES. of every
description and sizeI-rcal (L) blistered STEEi,.
Also, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 epti

Copartnership .i'otiee and Removal.
Ir iE Copartnership heretofore existing nnder
J_ the firm of PEA.RSON 1& CLOUTMAN,
is dissolved in consequence if the decease of R. F.
Cloutman. 'All persons having demands against
the firm, are requested td present Lhem, and all in
debted, to make payment to
EDWARD A. PEARSON.
REMWJlIOVAL.
EDWARD A. I'EARSON, has removed from
76, Cornhill, to Counting Room, No. 1, Long-whf.
where he will be mhapv in receiving orders lor Bos-
ton Crown and Chelmusford Window Glass, and
Glass Ware ofevery description. His former re
ail customers can be supplied by Messrs WING
& SUMNER, No.3, South Row. Lf July 4

BLACKING.
f1 OULD'S real Japan Sponge Blacking is for
% sale at the following places viz :-Henry Tur-
ner, and Ezra Eaton, Fish-street ; I. 1. Dupee,
Middle-street ; Gay Veazie, S. & J. Hlowe,
and W. Faxon, Ann-street; T. Tirill, N. E. of
the market; N. R. Ilolden,' Mrrket-square ; Hall
& Weld, No. 1, Union-street ; T. Brigbarn, Elmia-
street ; j. Perry, 0. Howe, and J. Tollmant, Court-
street,; Mark.Byrne, and Cushlman Bassett, Mar-
ket-street; Stear.ns k Bicknell, Exchange-street ;
B.'Darling, F. Atwood, and Johno Steveis, IBroad.
street ;J. Pray, 28J, Cornhill ; B. Fuller, M
C.tishi'ig, J. M ofton, J. Thayer, Jos. Stevens, J
Vose, C. Venzie, Thayer & Lord, J.. Hunt, and
L. E. Caswell, on the Main-street ; and at Samuelol
Kidder, jin. and W. Arnold's, Charlestown. This
Blacking may be used over tallow or oil.
A. G. returns his thanks to those gentlemen
who state that they have his recipe for mniking his
Blacking. I further state, that I have not inform-
ed any person whatever the method of iaking my
Sponge Blacking. A. .GOULD.
N. B. All orders punctually attended to.
Charlesto-arn. May 8, 18 1. fim

G. RICHARDSON,
H AS constantly on lind at his Manufactory
No. 27, Newbury-street, Boston, a large as.
sortment of Block Tin Ware,
I~- M


viz:-Block Tin Tea Pots ; do. do. Pitchers; d 1
tdo. Wash Bowls and Ewers; do. do. Tumblers;
do. do. quart and pint Beer Pots ; do. do. Lamps,
with a general assortment of Pewter Ware.
N. B.-The above articles are warranted to be
of thie best materials and workmanship-alsu,
cheaper than at iny othel maularetor.
oare l24 epa


HJIRD WOJRE GOODS.
IOMES &c HOMER,
O No. 33, UyNION-STREET,
Save received by the ships Falcon, Herald, Sof-
folk, and Montit Vernion, from Liverpool, and Lon-
don P.icket, from Londun, a general assortment of
Cutlery and Hard Ware Goods.
Which they offer for sale on good terms, for cash
or credit, Uct 3
BANGS & BRADFORDS,
NoVs. 25, ill ? O,1-S,'8TRET,
W AVB received by the Fall arrivals ti'om Ekig-
land-l170 packages of COTTON, WOOL-
N and STUFF GOODS, comprising a com-
plete assortment,' which they iofer iur sale by the
package or piece. tf oct 3
SEASONABLE GOODS.
W HIDING & CUSHING,
V 'No. 54, CO1-HIILL,
CORNER OF cOURT-STnrlr-T, a",
Have rec eived a complete assortment of WOOL-
LEN, COTTON and SILK GOODS, well adapt-
ed to the season, among which are.:--black, blue,
drab, steel inixt and hbareback Broadeloths and
Kerseymeres ; Valencia, Toilinet, Marseilles, and
SwansdownlVestings; slate, blue, drab, French
grey, brown and maroon Pelisse Cloths; assorted
plain and figured Flalinels; assorted Bombazetts;
7-4, 8-4, 9-4, 10.4 and 11-4 Rose Blankets'; -blue
and olive Dufilh and Coatings; .drab Kerseys ;
green Bookings; steam-loom Cottons; 4-4 Ir:sh
Linens ; Shawls, of various kinds ; Coppetplates ;
light and dark Prints ; Ginghams; brown and
black Linens; Buckrams ; extra gilt* Coat and
Vest Buttons ; Twist do.; Hosiery; GIlo0. ; best
English. Pins ; Nankin and Canton (C, iq,ics; Sars-
nets ; Synchaws'; Levantines; Silk Ven..t', plain
and figured green Silks, 4&c. &e, Ino oct 3

CUMBERLA1ND SHIRT TINGS.
ELIPHALET HALE,
,No. 30, BHOD-TrS'rLET,
HTAS for sale, Cumberland blIa lRe anid brown
JJ SHIRTINGS, whiec, t0ojet .,;.>'ith a gene-
ral assortment ofAnmOria.Mainn. ipured GOODS,
will be sold low, by the package piiece.
*.lso, full blood and cwriilmw OOL. sot 3
.Merino and *orsted Shawls and
Scarfs; c. 6k.
T HOMAS GIBBS:,.ATKINS, No. 9SO, Marl-
boro'-street' o a posite the Old South, has
just received-1 case Worsted Shawls and Scrrfs
4 cartoons Merino Shawls and! SeaFs; 6 do. Me-
rino Wool and J Merino Hdks. ; 6 cases Cassi-
mere Shawla, plain and bordered ; 1 do. Men's
and Women's Beaver Glodes; 1 bale Ladies' Fle-
1;.se Clothh; 1 do. Broadeloths ; Men's Worsted
Draws and Frocks. ect S
X.o. 14, .E WB URY-STREET.
T HE subscriber offers for sale,ihis Stock of
GOODS, at reduced prices, consisting of a
great variety of pieces and cut ESnglish and ,other
tGoods. Will sell the whole Stock toetlier at a
large discount from cost, if wanted, atd (a lease
can be obtained of the Shop on reasonable telms)
shiall continue the sales by retail for ten days, after
which, expects to close the remainder at auction.
oct S THO. 1'. ROBINSON.
Sewing Silks, Wine, Sugar and Rags.
"KtOR snle, 4 trunkstbest assorted colours Naples
12 Sewing Silk,
10 pipes Sicily Wine, Woodhouse,
100 boxes white St. Jago Sugar,
100 boxes brown do.
100 bales first sort Palermo Rags. Apply to P. &I
T.JCURTIS, 21, India-streetor HENRY HOVEY,
23, Central-wharf. ep2w sept 26
WATERSTON, PRAY & CO.
.J'/. 10, KILBY-STREET',
-AVE received by the Falcon and Suffolk-145
S packages of ENGLISH'. SCOTCH and
IRISh GOODS, which they offer for sale by the
package or piece. eptf sent 19
IHJRD WARE.
SEWELL & BUR DITT, No. 28, Broad-street,
t ,have received by the late arrivals from Liver-
pool, an extensive assortmentof
Birmingham and Sheffield Wares,
comprising every article usually wanted for the
Country 'Trade, w which they offer on the most favor-
able terms, tor cash or credit. 16sp sept 19
JUST RECEIVED,
IlAT No. 50, MARLBOlORP'-ST..
CASE rich Mechlin Laces ; 1 do. plain anp
Figured Lusti-es; an assortmeilt of Englisht
Cashmerst Mantles ; and ai few plos o'f Silk Me-
rino, for Dresses. Other Goods as udual.
sept 12 e,4.w
[Linen Damask for Table Cloths.
CSAMIUEL BURDITF, has the above, of all
widths which hlq can sell cheap. 2lso-Birds
Eye Diapner, and a god assortment of Irish Lin-
cns-No. 92, Courl-strect. se'pt 26
CHEJ1P GOODS.
REUBEN PUTNEY,
l" .N'ao. 60, .arkct-street, (SouTH Sain,)
AS just received from New York, and oilers
lor tale-1 case Canton Crapes,
I case Italian do.
I do. 6-4 Imitation India Muslins, ,
I do. Cambric and Cambria Muslins,
1 dot. Furniture Patch, of superior quality,
I do. Strilped Silk ; 2 do. Calicoe,
t bale, Bombazetts, assorted colors,
6-4 and 8-4 Linen Damaskk, .
Birds 1) er)iaper; 4-4-i and 6-4 Cotton do.
A great assortment of Silk, Worsted unitl
Cotton Hose; Silk and Kid Gloves, &c.
3.00U yds.' American Slheetihrg is to 2s'per yd.
2000 do. do. Slhitingls 10 to 4u cts. e
A good assortment ot Ginghaims striped and
check'd,
White and yellow Flannels.
A/so, Blueanal black ivroadeloths and Csssimere;
Sattinets, kc. The above will be sold vet-ry cheap
for cash. tf gau 11
f.J" Unri.villed for utility and4 effec.
POMERO Y'S METALLIC
STRJ.P AJN'D P.ASTE,
For Razors, Surgeons' 'Insttrments, Pen-
knives, kce. '
E M. T. & CO. o'fer tIe above Strap aid
o Paste to the public, with a full belief that
they will be bund on trial, far superior to an)y
Stiu'p ever before used in thiscountry or elsewhere.
TILey feel themselves authorized lo mutike this de-
claration from tSiir own experience-thie apnproba-
tion of all who hiave used them,and tie reonmmnen-
dation of several gentlemen of the. first respecta-
bility.
Among numerous othiqrs that muighthe procured,
they submit to the public tlIe following :--
.Aw'.-llsaven, .dug. 3, I -l.
I hereby certify that have for aven weeks made
daily use <,f a Razor Strap, prepared by AMr. E.
M. Pomeroy, of Wallihgtord Conn. I have tbusnd
this Strap decidedly superior (t rLu' iitrr I i Ve ,v
used. A razor which was in n,'ilei-'nt ,.i ,i.., t "
brought immediately to a delicase edge which it
preserves bya little judicious use ,f the Strap.-
Ishould think from tihe trial that have made that
this Strap would in a great measure- if not entity ely
supersede the necessity of honing.. From the dis-
closure nmadc to me of the substance employed in
preparing thie Strap it is obvious that it could not
Itave been better chosen ; and I have never heard
of its being applied for this purpose' before.
BENJA'MI N SILLlVIAN, Professor of Chem-
zistrg, hltarmacy, Mfineralogy antd Geolotg, in
l'tne College.
The subscribers have jest receyedl a large sup-
ply of the Straps antd Paste, and they are offered
hor sale at thie Manufacturers prices, by wholesale
or retail, by JOHN ASiIHTON & CO. No. 3
Corunill, Agent ftr the Patentees. ,
(0-'The public are informed that these Strapss
are all warranted to ansirer their recommtendation-
if them do 'not" prove so, the purchasers ure at ib.
erty to return them, and tllcir money will b re
funded. 3ido sept_26


STOTE CUTTIAvJ.
fT HE Bricklayers and others concerned in build-
Sing, are respectfully informed, that thie sub-
scriber has commenced the above business in Cam-
bridge street, where lie will supply those who
will ihvour hsirh with their custdim at the lowest
prices. .OlN T"MI'LMP I'ON.
N. IB. Also, Grave Stones of all kinds.
Uf marhob7


I .JI.MERIC. NJ GOODS. -
"OHN SPRING, No. 16, Kilbv-street,is con
stanily receiving, direct from the-iannut'acto--
ries, and offers for sale by the package or piece-a
great variety of COTTON and WOOLLEN
GOODS, consisting in part of
Broadeloths, Cassimerea, Sattimets,
Priest Cloths, Denims, Bed Ticking,
Chambrays, 8inghams,
4.4 brown and bleached Sheetings,
3-4 and 7-8 brown Shirtings,
Do. bleached do. ; A-prom Checks,
Stripes, Plaids, Table Cloths,
Threads, Knitting Cotton,
Shoes, Hats, Paper, etc.
...ALSO...
3000 lbs. first quality Lambs Wool,
500 do, different grades Fleece do.
50 reamts Letter PIaper,
1 case Sewing Silk, black and assorted colors
superior quality;
Cash advanced on -Wool, and every descm-iption
iof Goods consigned for sale.
sept 26 iseoposeoptJy

MJI NGEL WORTZEL.
F OR sale by tile suLseriber in Roxbury-10
tons MANGiEL WVORTZEL, an excellent
food for Milch Cows, Hogs, &ce.
oct 6 4sp CHARLES READ.

ELEGANT SOFAJS.
JUST IlECEIai)t, "
At the Sign of the Looking Glass,
No. 28, CORtNtILL,
A FEW elegant SOFAS and COUCHES, o
A superior workmianship, warranted stuffed en-
urely 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 MAI'TRASSES and Feather
BEDS, of superior quality; widtahlieateveri
other article tor house-keeping, &e.
sept 5 ep6we

-NO TICE.
THHE subscribers inform their friends and thi
Public, that they have opened a wholesale
Commission Leather and Shoe Warehouse, at No.
90 and 21 Greens,' or Bray's wharf, opposite
Parkman's Buildings, 3 doors from Merchants,
Row, and have for sale--
1400 pair Men's Buckskin Shoes,
2000 do. do. Calf Skin dto.
1000 do. Boy's do. do. do.
2000 do. Women's low priced colored Kid Slips
with spangles, full trimmed,
1700 Children's Roan Morocco Boots and Shoes.
N. B.-The above Shoes were made particu-
irlyt or the Spanish West India market, and wil
be sold low ibr cash or good paper,at 6 or 9 month
credit.
1400 pair Women's Leather Shoes, welted, with
heels straps o!, vamp 4 high lace,
500 pair do. with straps on iluarters, -
500 do. Men's Calf Skin Munroe Shoes, nailed.
200 do. Womeon's Leather Bootees, welted, with
heels,
500' Men's thick Monroe Shoes, sowed, very
stout,
500 do. Men's thick Monroe Shoes, first quasi-
ty, pagg'd work, .
300 pair Boy's split Leather Shoes, lined and
bound,
200 do. Men's Calf Skin Shoes, pegg'd, double
soles,
1700 do. Men's thick Shoes, 2d quality,
75 "do. Men's Monroe Shoes, 21d d.i).
500 do. Gentlemen's Wellington Boots, aL from
52 a 55 per pair,
1050 do. Men's lined and bound Kip Skin Shoes,
300 do. Children's Seal Skin welted Shoes,
1000 do. Women's black Morocco Shoes, heels,
slips, bridle tils and bigh lace,
50000 yds. black and colored Cotton Cord,
500 gallons best Sponge Blacking,
200 hide Trunks, different sizes.
The above assortment oft Shoes and Boots be-
ing on consignment, the subscribers pledge them-
selves to customers, that they will supply them at
the lowest manufacturing prices. Purchasers are
invited to call and examine fmr themselves.
JOSEPH F. .ORDMAN,
JOHN RYNEX.

0.'JOSEPH F. BORDMAN & CO. would
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,
will, they hope, enable them to give satisfaction to
their employers, and insure them the patronage of
the pubic. ep6w sept'
APOTHECARIES' HALL.

DRUGS JA13D IMEDICINES.,

WILLIAM B. WHITE.
/.AM. 49, AMARL BORO'- STREET,
OPPOSITE THE .MAutLabt1O' HOTEL, aOSTON,
F AS for sale-a very extensive assortment, of
Drugs, Medicines, Patent Medicines, Sur-
geons' htstruroints, Chemical Preparations, Glass
Ware, Apothecaries' Utensils, sc.--P rt of which
have just been received, among thien are very
superior
Pinkroot, in hhds. Bbls. Stone Yellow
Bales of Peruvian Bark, Do. Fenegteek Seeds
Do.Chamomile Flowers Do. Crude Antimony
Do. Rostomary di. Do. True Equom Salts
Do. Gentian Root Do. Glauber Salts
Do. Snakeroot Do. Powdered Jalap
)Do. Coriailder Seeds D,. do. Curcuma
Do. Caraway Seeds Do. do. Per. Bark
Do. Squills Cases Cardaiy.um Seeds
Do. Orange Peel Do. Magnesia
Do. Elder Flowers Do. Gumi Sandarach
Do. Crenuma Root D'. Gumi Camphor
Do. Phial Corks Do. Calnmel
Do. Angustura Bark Do. Reil Precipitate
Do. Elastic Guma Do. Tart. Emetic
Do. Senna Leaves Do. Glass Antimony
Do. Senika Root Do. Henry's Magnesia
Bbls. oft Columbo Root Do. Rhubarb
Do. Refined Borax Do. Gum Arabic
Do. Rasped Quassia E000 wt. QuSia.ia Wood,
Do. Rose Pink in logs
Do. Dutch Pink n .000 wt.Juniper Berriel
.......LSO.....
White WTax, Gum Kino, Bals. Peru, Cowhage,
China Root, Calome:,Ipicac, Opium, Rhubarb, RIed
Prccipnitta'Oil of Cloves, Oil of tosemairy, Oil of
Ahlmonds, Gumn Myrlil, Terra Japonic:, Otter,
Oil of Peppermint,Oil ofAnniseed, Oil of Succini,
Hemlock, Sitpruce WXVintergreen, CiLrbonaie ol'Iron,
Musk, Cobnilt, Oil o Juniper, Mairiateof Gold,
Sal Succimti, Yellow Gum, Sang Draconis, Sugar
Lead, Icc.
Spermaceti, Bnrgunda Pitehi, Corrosive Snullt-
mate, tc. Iec. in hoses.
Aqua Fortis, andl Oil Vitriol in Carbovs, chest cold
pressed American Castor Oil, in bbsl. and bottles,
Baisam Capevi in barrels, jars, &cda.c.
With a general assortment of silver wired and
common, 's Tooth Brushes, Court Pllaster, Issue
Pilasters. Gowland's Lotion, Windsor Soap, Pearl
Dentrifice, to.. tc.
'P'ortable Hot Bnths, Ice. &c. with every article
usually kept in Drug Stoics.
SUrGIC IL IJSTR UJMENTS,
Peseter Bedl 1iuns and Syringes, in great variety-
Suspensary Girdles, mninth approved
Patent Spring Trusses.
( 'Ordlers from foreign Mar-kets, or from Drug
Det.lers, and Physticianus in the country, executed
on tIle most favorable to ms, atud libliral credit for
approved paperr.
(T"l'ie Retail department of the Store, will con-
tinue to be strictly attended to. and very particu-
Inr attention paid to fiasicians' prescriptions.
sept I fiw
Country residence to be let.
SVERY delightful and healthily situated coun-
J try House in Dorchester, witl out-houses anrl
garden, stocked with choice fruit trees, vines, "kc.
excellent water, 5 arms cf mowing, bordered with
large rest trees, all in a hig state of crultivation.
A variety ont' hun miting utensils ;>d fursitm'>r adapted
to the house mayn be had if desired. Inquire of J.
B. HINSIIHAV, No. 8, Gentral-wharl, or on the


pr-j-'inSca. oct
THE CIRCUS.
FOR sale, or to be let, on a long lease, that well
..known building the CIRCUS, in Shieaft''s lane,
ftor many y'eiumiprnovedl by Mr. Roulstone. Ap-
ply to JO N ASI.OtY, No. 42, Newbany street.
sept Ilo tf


PROPOSALS FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
1FOR PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIPTION, THE --
LIFE DOG ETTS'
So REPOSITORY OF .JR TS
,CAPTAIN JAMES WILSON, NTIANC r. No,. 16, MARKET-STREET.
H110 c commanded CIthe ship Duff,duringthe first
Missionary Vo ageiand at tile establishment rjPHIS new and elegant establishment is fit ted up
of the first Mission in tihe Islands of the South Seas. .L in the fist style, and open for public inspeo';"
By the Rev. JOHN Git'FlN, of Porcsea, Eng. lion this day. The proprietors flatter themielves-
This little book is one of the most intrestig. that tlhe visitors will fnd the Gallery a source or,
specin.eis ofit religionin and missionary biogi-raphy pleasure and ratification, snerioer to any other ol'
any where tfoi be nound. The subject ufit was bred thie kind it thle United States.
to the seas, went to Indlia at an early age, was a Ladies and Gentlemen,admirers ofthe Fine Arts,-
long time a prisoner to Hyder-Ally,afterwardls com- in Boston and its vicinity, are most respec'tfuily in-
manded a ship in the country trade, amassed a vited to viciv the, iIost valuable c.-.ll.c-tn. of Cabi-
competent fortune and retained to England a de- net Paintings that'ever has-been -'.1 1 il.1 in Amer-'
ternmined infidel. After a few cars hie providen- te;a, the greater part of which have adorned bthe'
tially fell into the company of'the writer of this various Palaces and Calbinets on the Continent--
botk, who was theu preaching as a candidate for of Europe, and are in elegant frames trnd'in t'he
the ministry. From this unexpected acquaintance highest state of -r'eservation. Amongst them will'
he was induced to hear the young minister preach by found rare sspecimeris of tic following Painters,
the resu It was his conversion to God. viz :-
When the London- Missionary Society were fit- Sir Anthony Vandyk, V-lveit Brurghe,'
ting out the ship Duff. with thirty missionaries for Remnirant, Van:,Iuysumn, "
tlie Islands of the Pacific, Capt. Wilson offered his Claude Loraine, .. rneius Pdlemlburgb,
services as commander of the v-ssa.1, without aad Giovaniti Gisolfi, T'-rwesten,
rewatd, except that which results from attempting Carache, Ianalletti,
Sto promote the kingdom of Clirist. He conluctey Nicola Pclussin, Zncareillh,
tlhe voyage with,. great ability ; left the missiona- "lVm. Mieis, Adam Van Oort,
ries at three different stations aided the mission Watteau, T. Stully,
family es by his paternal counsels ; and, after his re- Rothenamer, Sir Peter Lely,
turn, assisted in the compilation of an account of J. D. De Heem, Raphael,
the voyage,which brought 'sTwo Thousand Pc-nids, Berhern, Perugino,
as clear profits into the treasury of the Society. Trevi-.ani, M1. A gclo Carnvaggi0,
Numerous incidents, in the life of this extraordi- Wm. Vandlervelde, Adrian \ an Ostade,
f nari man, are worthy of tse perusal of all; especi-. Paul Brill, i Jorndeps,
Sally is the account of his conversion calculated to Ilarent Graaf, Adrian Jirower,. ,
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trance on School-street.) SisisR aug 15
SUMMER ESTABLISHMENT. ISAAC BOWERS
i Old Line of Mail Stages, from Boston to TELLIGE E OFFICE,
ont al, IiTELLIGENaCE OFFICE,
EAVES Moston on Mondays. Wednesday No. 14, NEWVBURY-ST IEET.
S and Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and arrives I TILL register Landrs or Houses, either for
at Franecestowi, same evening. Leav, a Frances- sale, mortgage, or to let, in town or country
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. ; dines at Wihndsor, and Young Ment or Women from the country, w ho
* arrives at Royalton same evening. Leaves Royal- want places of any kind, ;nd apply, will he attend-
ton at 4 o'clockiA. M. and arrives at Burlington ed to, and all'business connected with the a brve
same evening. transacts d reasonably. tf July 4
JI?-ETUJAIJVG--Leaves Burliningo at 4
o'clock, A, M. on Taesdays, Thursda)s and Sa;- A PARTNER.
urdays, and arrives at Royalton same evening.- A PERSON who will advance a small capital is,'
Leaves Royalton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrived s Wtanted as an active or a silent Partner. 'Ad-
at Francestownsame evening. .Leaves Frances- dress to \V. at the Centinel CountiiRg'Roomu
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives in Boston at october 3
4 o'clock, P. M.
Towns through which it passes from Baston: Notice to Cotton 'Weavers.
Charlestown, Medford, Wobourn, Billeric- i-i-IOSE who are desirous of making a contract
Chelhsitbrd, T'yngsborouglh, Dunstable, Amherst,' j_ for weaving any quantity of Yarn, per week or
Mount, Vernon, rainccstownHillsiorough, Wash- ionith, epn be supplied with griod YARN, b1s ap-
ington, Goshen, Newport, Claremont, Cornish, plication to JOEL CARTER, No. 9 MiarKit-srow,
WVii(;nor, (Vt.) Hartland, Wondstock, Barnard, \ept 20 6w ." "
Royalton, Handolph, Brookfield, WVilliamsnwn, "
Montpelicr, Waterbury, Bulton, WillistontooBurt- Foretnan of a Distillery Wanted.
lingtoi, then by Steamboat for Montreal. & STEADY faithful Man, weil acquainted with,
Each passenger allowed thirty pounds baggage f the Distillery business, is wanted as foreman
gratis. One hundred and twenty ponds equal to of a Distiliery in dhis town-to saelh an one, liberal
a passenger. The Proprietors wilflnot be ,ccount- wages and constant employment will be given.
able tfor any baggage unless receipted lot. 'Inquire at the Centinel Countiag Room. sept -26
Stage Books kept at RILEY'S, No. 14, Baek- SCHOL T B '.
street, Boston, and at JOHN HOWARDS, Butr- SC. JLIUL R110M TO 1W r L .e I
lingtlon LARGE vipperchamber,suiitable tor a school l
BUTMANk I RICIIARDSON, has laly bdeni o cupied for that pui pose.-
ASA BUl'TEIFIELD, oi' .rp I rm iuire at No. 40, Middle-street,. of WILLIAM
DEAN & ALDS, 1,-'Ln TLr. oct 3
EDMUND LAWRENCE, tD S I'.indstinn. Oe,
F. ccJ. PET T ISo,, ,?r' 'I' 0 1 L EP ,
". II' JP ATrKE, Prop'* fr'om j UNDRY Stalls in ,the Ma'ket under o litseam
HARRIS EAI'ON, I' indsor ito Hali, convenient iir the disposal of various
JAMES wAITC'1OMN Bf1itrli ton. k inds onfMercmhandize, as well as Prov;sions, Vege-
JAMul S W HI5OMB, tables, andi Frui'. Auply to-P. GREENOUGH,
Ju25' 'eptf T"t 'reac.: af -Prop's.
Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate TO : SELL ORt LET.
l.ohlueqt Ipswich, in and for said'county, on the 'IJHE Mansion-estate of the late Doct. .Jona.tDa-
first Tuesday in September, A. D. 182t1. j vies, now occupied by Maj. Moses Faitfield,
O'N the petition of Ezra Hitchings,Esquire,attor- Cdinsisting of a large Dwelling-house, out buildings,
0 ney toWilliam Breed, one of the he irsand Sat- and four or five itacs of most excellent land, situ-
ly Burrill. another of the heirs of Sarah Breed, late ate a few rods from the Mahii-street in Roxhury.-
ofLytm, iu said county, deceased, shewing, that The terms will be very necommoidating, an ilimme-
said Sarah Brned lately (lied seized ot certain real diate possession given. Apply to ELIJAHI LEW-
estate situate in Lynn, in said county, that one of IS. ept 25
the heirs is now, and lias loug been, out ofthe Unit- / 'T'D
ed States, and that it becomes necessary that the GIRL tif 13 or 14 'ears e, oreet
said estate should be divided among the several GIRL of s or 14 years of age, ot-coryect
heirs, five in number; and praying, that this court a bits, and a good disposition, to suchia one
would alppoint in agent to relnrsesot said bset : goo entinougeent will be given. iure at the
heir-sargr.intawas.,'at,(!iel .(toseinesuitabl t Ceinsicel Counting Room. noct
disintercstcd freeholdels to divide the same among, II. 1VN'LiAM,
thie lteirs, s tihe law in such case provides:- STEADY, capable Woman to Jon chamber
Ordered, that the third Tuesday in November ]r and other house work. Inquire at the C.n-
next, eleven of the clock before noon, be assigned tinel counting Room. oet S
as the time for considering said petition, at a Court
of Probate, then to be bolden atSalem, in said conn- JVURS'E CILD i'Jl"ATL'D.
ty ; andI that the petitioners give notice to all per- A HEALTHY married Woman, 'with a good
sons interested, b1 causing such of them as live in, breast of Milk, and having lost her c. ild,
ssid county of Essex,' to be served with an attested wishes to take one to nurse. Inquire of Mr.
copy of this order, fourteen days, at least, betfresaid LEWIS WILDER, No. 23, Pleasant-street.
time, and by causing such copy to be published oct 3 -
three weeks successively in the Columbian Centi-
nel, printed in Boston, the last publiention, to be "'1* J U lSE.th
fourteen days at least, before said third Tuesday in YOUNG married Woman, perfectly healthy,
November, that ,they may be present, and shew and well recommended wishes a situation as
cause, if any they have, why the prnver of said pe- Wet Nurtse. Isquir. at the Centitel Coupting
tition should not be gra stenl. Ro0m"'. Oct. S
I D. A. WHITE, Judge of Probate. EXMPLOY.MENJ'W' IJVTED.
A true copy of record. Attest, "MIDDLE aged Man wants a situation in a Dis -
IATH. LORD, Jr. Regisler. till Houseor somesteany business. A line lef
at the Centinel Counting Rouom, directed to J. At
By the President of the United States. will be immediately attended to. oct S
Whereas the President of thie United States is
authorized by law to cause certain, iands ot the BOARDJIERS ,'N'1TED.
United States to be offered tlo:' :nltw "OUR nr five gentleman c.i be accommodated
IT EREFORE. .IJAMES .lMO5J IW.i., Presi- Ja ith separaic bed, and parlor to themselves, if
T dent of the United States, do hereby declare wanted. Also, a gentleman and wife. Likewise, a
and make known that public sales, for thle disposal room to let furnished or not,with board, if requrr-
(agreeably to law) of certain laids, sl'ail be held ed. Apply at 0. DARBY'S No. 18, Federal-
as follows, viz: street. 4w oct 3
At the siame.place, on the third Monday in Sep- I
member next, for the sale (i'twcnty -bfour townships' yn BOdR Ul.A'G,
vi.z: \WOvoung Men may blie geniteelly aecommoda-
A".'Tiscaloosa, in glabama, tn thethird .Men- d'with Board ri a small family, centrally
d ,1 Outnb. n next, for thIe sale of twenty-one situated, where there arc no children, on rr.oderate
i. tr.'l,i.i, i twrms. Inquire at she Centinel Couinting IRoom.
Townships 15 to 21, in ranges 8, 9, and 10 west. sept 26
At the sune plaice, on the third Mtonday of No- ,OS'T,
vember nest, for the sale of 24 townhips, vi.: 'N the neighborhood of Orange-street, a Cotton
TownshIips 15 to21, in intiges 11,12, andu 13 W. Sheet, with a hole torn in two of the earners,
S .15, 16, and 7T 14-, an ink mark and hole in the third. The finder by
At thle samieihace on the tl.hi-1 Monday in De- eaviig it with Mi-s. IMARY COOPER, at tle.Laae -
cember.next, for the sale of 25 townships, viz: Mmnnifctory, WaterltoWu, wil be handsomely -e
Townships 18 to 21, in range 14 west. war-ed. sept 26 .
15 21 15, 16and 17.
Each sale will commence with the lowest num- Exchatned at the. Su per at Copp's
her 6f lot or section, township, anid rai-ge, and ? p
proceed in regular numerical order. ''avei,
The lindls reserved by law for the use of schools, d N Monnday evening, October I, a silk UM-
or for other'purposes, will ats usual be reserved B aELLA. 'rTie wAner can hLKve the same,
Irom sale. y aplyig to WILLIAM WALKER, Jr. No. I1,
Given under my hand,' at the city of Washington, Ship-street. act 3
this 19th day of Apri!, in the yar 1821. ,TOnTICE is ter1iw give I, that the

By the President: -- stubscrer lhais biee duly appointed adtmoiis-
JOSIAll MEIGS, trator to the estate of
A.rommissionor General of Land. Otllce: ISR'AEL WILLARID,
late of Shir-ley, in the count) o MaLddIesex, red.
Y OTICE is hereby given,. that the ,an, deceased, intestate, and hbs taken, upon fim-
mr lhass buen duty ru1m1toittd nein self that trust b giving bonds as the law directs..
to- suh.nriln.er hs bedrieoos nesu ato All persons hutavng ,Iemands upo the estate o1 tnhe.
JEtIEMIAH RAGDON, said deceased, are required to exhibit the same ;
late of Chesterville, in the county of Kennebec, n all tersrnis indeed to the aid estate, are cral-
veotnian, leceased, intestate, and lhas undertaken IoMAS L PARKER, ntmor.
that trust by civine bonds as the law directs. All ,.:,..... ......, ,o.,i


persons, tnu'retbrer having demands against the es- ,,, ,
tale of.thc said deceased, are desired to exhibit the -
same hor settlement and ail indebted to the said COLUMBIAN ChENlINEL.
estate, are called upon to make payment to PiUticat ......Mercantile.....and Miscellaneous
J osP FRENCH, Adm'r. l'uhished on edne ra anl .&nturda soi
Chestersille, Sept. 11, 1821.
BENJAMIN RUSSELL, publisher oft the L a ,
JBO.IRDERS WIANTED. i the nited States, Printer to the itea
Tr'WO or three Gentlemen can find good and oi the United States, Printer to the tste, a..
pleasant accommodations for boarding, at No. Proprietor, at his Office, Co.ngressatree T--
39, Hanover street. sept 26 THOMAS iHUDSON,prinote.




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