Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume ID: VID00016
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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No. 3916) BOSTON, (Jlassachusetts,; SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1821. {R2non %;"L"

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American Antiquarian Society.
N Arnual Meeting of the American Antiqus
rian Society, will be holden at Warren [Fen
no's] Hotel, in chool-street, in Boston, on T IES
DAY, the '23d day of October inst. at 10,0 '1loc
in the Iorenoon, lor the choice of Officers and t
transact any otiLer business which may come be
tbre then).
oct I10 REJOICE NEWTON, Rec. Sec'y.
-UBSCRIPERS to the "B. F. Asylum," ar
informed tl.,t Subscriptions for the 2'2l yeas
will be received at the Asylum, every THURS
I)DAY, from 10 to 2 o'clock, A. M. during the en
Issuing month. 'heir attention to this notice is par
ticularly requested.
'P. L. FROTHINGHAM Coll. Sec'y.
srpt t ep4w _______

41IHE Medical Lectures of Ilmrvard University
will commence at the Massanchusetts Medical
College in iston, onthe third VWEDNESDAY in
Anatomy and.Surgery, by Dr. WAtnRn..
Chemistry, - by Lr. GotHAu .
.MNateria MIc.lica, by Dr. BGEOxow.
Midwifery and Medical Ju-
ri;prudence, by Dr. C.ASSINXN.
Theory and Practice of Phy-
sic, .--- - by Dr. JACKso;.
I Dt. WARIEN, Jean of the-Fceulty.
sept 15 tf

Anatomical Instruction.
"fR. STRONG, proposes during the coming
winter, to give instruction in Practical Anat-
omy and making preparations. Geitilchten pre-
paring for the practice of Medicine desirous of im-
)rovig theImselves inAnatomy are invited to call on
i)r. Strong, corner of Cornbill and School-street,
when further' particulars will be made known.
oct6 tf
H AS removed to No. 92, Court-street, at the
corner of the Franklin Avenue.. 6w oct 13
TTAS opened an office in Middle-street, Port-
land, wherehe will faithfully attend to all liusi.
pyan, that may lie entrusted tollis care.
sept 29 St
HAS uE310ED F.P not
School-street to/Vo. 1, B1.nmstead-place,


TrlHIS new and elegant establishment is fitted up
in the fist style; and open for public inspec-
tion this day. The proprietors flatter themselves
that the Visitors will find thq Gallery a source of
pleasure iand gratijecation, superior to any other of
'the kind in the United' States.
L 'ldi'e n IG, .tli'..i: .t..,lm, ire ..fthe F;," A. \ t.
in Bustni .,nd iL c,,v, are nr i:Ce kt'i l .. .
tited 13 st. o the n'r)t lhr,'qe collk-_ir.n tI ',',i.

of 'Enrope, an .- re in e lk;,-'. i r,.. i rnd t.I
thghe ts t a,.:, v i. .. ,\mT ,o i 'heii, ....l
be fond rare specimens of the tollowing Paniters,
Sir Anthony Vandyk, ,'elvett Brurgihe,
Rembrant, v'an Huvsnm,
Claude Loraine, .irnetiis Palembtrgh,
Ciovanni Gisolfi, rerwesten,
Caratibe, ;:anlletti,
Nicolit Pcussin, Zueareilli,
'Vm. Mieris, 'tIan Van Oort,
Watteau, T. Sullly,
*Rottlenamer,' Sir P,.ter Lely,
J. D. De Heem, "aTthael,
BeIchem?, Perugin,-
TrevIsa' -I. 'Agelo Caravaggio,.
Win. Vandervelde, Adrian Van Ostade,
Paul hnillt, J ordears,
Barent Graaf, Adrian Briwer,
R. sdael-Boirkcr, Rolniad'Savery,
Sir P. Paul Rubens, HInemskirch,
Tit ian, Simon Verelst,
Albert Euyp, Salvatnr Rosa,
Gerard Laresse, plaques Stella,
DAvid Tenniers, Venet,
Gasper Poussin, assan,
Gabriel Metzan, eorge Morlanld,
W ouvremanc, k'rinncl,
With inany other artists of high nmerit, too nu-'
merous to insert. For farther particulars reler to
Sthe descriptive (at:.logue published at 1'2 cents.
Gallcry open eveiy dai i'r-om 8 to sunset. Ad-
mittance 25 cents. Subscribe's of S1 yill he en-
titled to free admission during the whole time of
exhibition. eitf oct 15
T HAT valuable property, situated in. Prince-
street, No. 37, is now offered for sale. There
are upon the premises two brick Houses. One
of them is a large substantial and well finsish-
ed house, four stories high, containing 13 rooms
with all the accommodations adapted for two
families, if necessary. The other house is in
the rear and having the same entrance from
Prince-street. 'The two houses are thorough-
ly built and now in perfect repair. There
is a good well of water, cistern, &c. with every
convenience required for private families. A cap-
ital invested in this estate will always yield more
than 6 rpr cent. and it is considered to lie one of
the most favorable opportunities for the employ-
ment of money which has been presented for a
long time. For all particulars r;tating to this es-
tateapply toEPHRAIM LOCK, No.5, Congress-
square. 6t sept 22
F OR sale-a Mill Seat, situated in Griswold,
in New-London county, Connecticut, on the
road leading from Groton,. Norwich-port, Pres-
ton, (through Griswold) to Plainfield, andi a few
rods south of the road from Lisbon and Jewett
City to Volintown and Rhode-Island; 10 n iles
from Norwich. 2 easterly and up the stream from
Jewett City, 5 from Plainrield, andt 35 from Prov-
idence-commanding'the while water of theI.P-ahg
river' with a ll of 9 feet, a permanent dam flow-
ing the water from 5 to 6 miles, ann obrr.ing one
of the most steady anol lasting ponds in the coun-
try ; with a spacious and well storedi Canal, at'-
fording a colhtrrn of water sufficient for almost any
powerand now operating 3 rn;n of Mill Stones,
a Saw Mill, ainr Machine Shop occupying 3 build-
ins. Connected with it are t1 acres of Land, ona
which are 2 dwelling-houses, .a blacksmith's shop,
barn. with chaise-horse, sheds, ie,. all built withiir
the li~t 3 years, and i the moist perfect repair'-
This is the first Dnrm Svtr erected on this stream,
anti for morp than a century has been thie resort oft
thie adjoinirrg towns and the eastern part of Rhode-
Island for grinding, in times of drought, and for'
merly knotsin as thlie Ga!es' Mills. This property
will he sold at ia fair price and nacommodating
terms. A more particular description may be
had by directing a line to thie subscriber, via Jew-
ett City Post Office, or calling atthe premises.
Griswold, 22d Sept. 1821. 12w
A GENT'EEL HOUSE, in a certtr'l part of the
town. Iuquire .at the Centicid Counting
Room. oct 6

a- A ND for sale at the several Bookstores, S FATE
1- 1& PRISONS and the P'enitentiary System Vin
dictated, with documents relating to thie manage
k ment and concerns of tihe Massachusetts State Pt'is
o n, &c. tf sept 22

HIS day published by WELLS & LILLY, No
![17, Court-street,
ITALY, by Ladv JoniaA---in 2 vols. S4,50
e boards.
r, The PERCY ANECDOTES, No. 6.-Price 50
- GERALDINE, or Modes of Faith and Prane
t- ice. A Tale, in two vols.-By a Lady. 51,75.
oct 6

Commonwealth of .Massachusetts.
Essex,ss. To tie lion. the .jces'of the Court
of t Common PIleas, to belrolt Newhuryport,
' within and for the count', jf Essex, on the third
S Monday of September, Ano Domini, 18I21.
n ri'lE petition of Robert Upton, ofSalem, in said
county, 'merchant, shews that your petitioner
is interested in aind.holds in common and undivided
with 'persons unknown to your petitioner a moiety
or half part ofa certain piece of land lying in Sa-
.lem, abforesaid, and hounded is follows, viz :-east-
evrly on land of William B.. Parkier, thirty-six ferLt
four' ineles ; southerly on land of Joseph Buxtotn,
two rhudred ani f"r'H feet.four inches ; westerly
on Winter-street, thirty-six feet Ifour inches, and
.northerly on land of your petitioner tw.: hun-
dred andt four feet foltr inches, with the privi-
leges and appurtenances to the same belonging,
and that lie is desirous o" holding his said hlill part
of said lani in severalty.
Wherefore he prays your Honours to cause par-
tition thereof to be macde and his aforesaid share of
thle same to be divided and set off t.'om the rest to
him to hold in severalty, and as in duty bound will
pray. OOBERI C UPTON, b "
JOHN. PRINCb, JJr. hs jtt'y.

Commoncealth of- lassachusete.
Essex, ss. At the Court of Common Pleas for the
Commonwealth of .asksachisetts, begun l nd ihol-
den at Newburyport, wirtlin and for' the county
of Essex, on the thirty Monday of September,
Anno Domini, eighteen hundred and twenty-one.
Upon the. petition tiforesaid, Ordered, that said
petitioner [givenotice to all persons interested by
causing an .attested copy of his said petition and of
the order of Court thereon, to be published three
weeks successively iin the Colui)nban. Centinel,
printed at Boston, thle last publication to be thirty
days at least before the next terni of this Court to
be holden at Ipswich, within and Ior the county ot
Essex, on the third 'Miday oft December next,
that ti e) maytheni anid there appear and shiew cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner
should not be granted. .
Attest, ICHABOD TUCKER, Clerk.
A true copy of thle petition aforesaid and of. tihe
order of Court thereon.
Attest, ICItABODI TUCKER, Clerk.

To the Honorable Samnuel P. P. Fay,
Esq. Judge of Probate in and for the county of
Middlesex, in the Commonwealth of 'Massachu-
I lHE Petition of .TohnriBwlend, of BlTeric.,
S in said cul nty, amniiinistrator of the estate of
LBejarimil Bowlend;i late of New Orleans, in the
t o: n Lnuid ., i.o r. j -r,, .l,.-: .i .1 ,.l. .
.hit's* sire. ., dire sh isrt 'L. rt i ,t a n ,.,

f t. ., i l(] ,l ". I l- :t l f. 1 I.h If .. ,

tou tire PI-ubtrt .llti,-6, la.. hn nr,,drn-.d rn I, lulil.r l
dollars and sixty-foutr cents, and the value of the
real estate of said dleebeti, by the said inventory,
is nine hundred iunl ,- ly r.ll ,i :
Wherefore your petitioner prays, that he may
be empowered and licensed to sell so much of .tihe
-real estate of said deceased as will raise the sum of
nine hundred and ninety-six dollars and rniie cents
besides thie sum of thirty, dollars, for incidental
charges, JOHN BOWLEND.

Middlesex, ss. 'At a Court of Probmate holdlen at
Chelmsfotrd, in and for said county of Middlesex,
on the second day of October, A. D. 1821.
Upon the petition aforesaid, this day preferred by
the above named John Bowlend, the administrator
Saforesaid, Ordered, that the said adnsiinistrator no-
tify all persons interested therein, to appear at a
'Court of Probate to be holden at 'Cambridge, in
and for said com.ty, on the second Tuesday of No-.
vemb'er ifext, by advertisementof tie ftoregoing pe-
tition within third order thereon, three weeks succes-
sively in thie newspaper called the Coluitnbian Ccn-
tinel, printed at Boston, the last publicationn to be
ten days at least before the said second Tuesday of
*Nlvember, when and iwhei'e they may be heard
'concerning the same, and make return under oath
of his doings hereia unto said Court.
SAMUEL P. P. FAY, J. of Probate. .
Copy-Attest, ISAAC FISKE, Reqaster..

Norfolk. ss. Probate Court at Ded-
ham, October2, 1821.
N0 th e representation and petition of Josephl
Lincoln, administrator of the estate of Zenas
Lincoln, late of Cohasset, in'the county of Norfolk,
deceased, intestate, pray-ing to be authorized' to
make sale of so much of the real estate of which
said deceased died seized, as will produce the sum
'of eight hundred and nineteen dollars twenty-six
cents, for the payment of his just debts, and lit adl-
ditionalm nount for iacidebtal charges, ii, manner
prescribed biy law,
Ordered, tiat tlie consideration thereof be refer-
red to a Probate Court to be holden at Quincy, on
the second Tuesday of November neitt, at 3 o'clock,
P. M. thliti anil there to be decided on. And the
said administrator is hereby Ordered, to notify all
persons interested therein, by ,,1.-1 1,;,.. an attest-
ed copy of this ordei in thie .-, Sentinel,
printed in Boston, three weeeks successively, prior
to said time. that they may then and there appear,
and they shall be heard concerningthe same, itf they
see cause.
EDWARD H. ROBBINS, J. of Probate.
Copy Attest,

Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate,
holden tat Salem, in and for said county, on tihe
first Tuesday in October, A. D. 181. "
ANNA DODGE, who isnamcd executrix in a
'JA certain instrument, purporting to be the last
will and testamentot George Dadge, late of Saleir,
in said county, esqu'ir"', deceased, iravinig presented
tIe satie for probate ; and Benjmni Dotlge, otr
hsad Salem, merchant, having presented a petition,
praying that administration of thie estate of said
deceased, with said will annexed may be granted
to himn :-Ordered, Thlat the third Tuesday in No-
vember next, eleven of the clock, before noon, Ie
assigned as the time for considering said instru-
ment, at a Court of Probate, then to be holden at
Saiem, in saidil county ; and lthat said Annia and Bcn-
jamin give notice to all persons oterested, by caus-
ing an attested copy ntf this ot'der to be pu1hished
th ree weeks successively in the Colurbian Centi-
ntiel, printed in Boston, the last pubienaLiOn to be
fourteen days at least, belbre suaiI time, lthat they
may be present and object, ii'they see cause,tu suiel
Sprobate ; orshew cause, ifany they uhave why tihe
Sprayer'of said petition should not be granted.
SD. A. WillTE,l.udgeof'Probate.
A. true copy of record. Altest,
NAT'hI'L LORD, Jr. Register.
A YOUNG Man from tire country, who can pro-
ducegood recomriein.ndtionsrfor charactor, t-c.
wishes a situation as Clerk, or Assistant in a W\.. .
Goods Store or Grocery. Inquire nt the Ceatinel
Countting Room. (st 6

For Londoin. Miasachussetts Agricultural Society. innd In "nic, like he ememo b Sta and perfect education, we have hitherto done
E Tl 0) 0it siL(ON ON1l.. ... I--b ...... s in theeat," servedninder the wise di-ection of aWasn hi' littleMore t n td attend, w t oe o h eri on,
SThe regular trding ship LONDON ington, as assure guide to peace and iapendence. The little more than to attend.to one of them,
- ] PACKET, Capt. Tray will sail for Lon- OFFICIAL REPORTS sor victory beamedd on the crest of Columbia's sons, If the whole or any part of this inference
~.- y', riY-.,; l ,Pn'i r", HTq'L'r SIf ]Vj --II R'1_ and with the blood ofa Warren, a Montgomery, and many e true, the sooner it is nn, nr felt Art
- don, on the 14th Nov. weather' permitting. tFor Of tetl.IGIITO C. 'B SJHI W.--S.181. otr dit anguish ed h heroes, they snaled the covenant male be true, tie sooneer it is known, and fell, afdl
- freight-or passage apply to MUNSDIN Zr BAR- ffir with Liberty. admitted thie better ; for no remedy will be
NAre No. 17, Central-wharf or to the nAstere srcnOc REPORT-ON AN1MALS. Peace and national prosperity were hre blessing which sought where no disease is believed to exist.:
or board at Rowe's-tvlarf. episs oct 17 '.. .asachusett Society- fr ri srs. W agin shrit innon It does belong to somebody in the community
ml. ,,"r .,- .... t. ttre, nappitn'tedto"he- ofvsn' eto aiset%;ain Colbs' bsoongto s omebodytinr thas comunity
o f offAeLred. round hier-tandard ; anl] in tle. field, -and erlo the ocean, to say whether this confusion is lust or not,
For Charleston, 8. C. edoI th.. ,'r..iumrst o' aSeepand Swaine, offered Albion's wellappnointed veterans were compelled to pros- mnd to what extent, and to attempt aI emeedy
S Sreight wil be received on b oar a go a tie Ci- ru o IShow at 13nlntonl, trate theBriti si Lioe at tie fteetofthe Ame icin Ealc. t
l toS.iL'K, untiog lthe, l r inst. oarda e. goodw ha POR' :o voB, Grilemen, .we now present this" Standard,in at least so far aS it is true.
Appl LOB. LOC, until theo.,th inst. at a ns'rate.- rTh. tt h wrd ,re 1nei.n for.irthelestSoant.ooin behalf of ihe Ladies of Attleborough who feel the most That morally habits contribute to ifitellbttufai
0 .' ... LOCK, No. 5, Cogress-square p denominates his Essex anisi licit l ers e improvement, inamuheanas theylenod to ins.ci
0" 'Som tIrore passengers camn be'aceomnmoda- .r.In le. i" ,-i". rn andsildiers. Wleeel itestroogeQ nassurannee, that should improvement, insrntch as they heat to indnis-
te. ore pct 6 *r' 6," 1 ., -., e.p .1 1'*; -, M'looe, of Brighton, tdreadhil din of wwna ever again disturb our beloved try, regular hours, and steady applicatiori, no
I..r- e.. ot6.. ,,.., t.,eii., Breed--isdn5 country,(which may Heaven avert) you will be found in one can doubt ; and 'that the possession of a
For Charleston, S C.- i s.. I .' breed Srightandtiinttnou t ieatseni e sound body tends to the same .happy result
Siresl IL IM r .. . .. ke Fke, 1 Otanti erful epiiesrtete. pos seems'to be equally obvious.
Polham Gibbs, master, being ncarlv I p .,n, ... i I....-...t nlear to the "Town wof hFiihiyGenrtlenhenuintioase se ius-tue imnrtpiel e tl. But this is not all ; those exe'tions, to:be
t/ l\ oaded nnd ready to sail,'can take a little .,'. .., osi aH iigon, whosename yxu ". ... ,.,.I ..l, i., you will,",p.rI- called amusenments if you please, which exer-
t more fi'eil.htnd a fi.v passengers, ifap- 10l ~mrdollarsr. n. ,, l t.. Pigs, to esiiahHovey- t wtyoi r me s..i. i .onilnue toienjoy cise ald improve the senses ;. which interest
lied immediately to' R. E. DA- 1t ,. .. .- ..-s StorePig, to.mes th ngs wl i t i tem. e imagination,-animate, develop and
V ENPOI'RT, No. 14, Cnntral-wiharf or the master iR 1- 1.-.... Committee re- 'fe.--The quotation in the last sentence ofhe address, strengthen all the.diffierent muscles, organs,
Oiris oar opposite. 3 n'. Il:- a if .il r t. nm, h _[eep, tre Committee re-' is -t heq S ta n se tic
on i nard opposite. oct 13 .-.... s... .r.t ,,,, Gen. Austin being the is the Motto er the Strnnrd. and textures of the animal mechanism ; and
SJ ,,,,, ,,.. ........i.,. Thre Enign mde thc/lowg eply. which fill up innoently arnd usefully those
r LEGHO1R.?'!U ,AS, '"re5'lnerio \Vethiers, your Committee deemed to be well
TN small cases, of a very superior quality, as- entitlelo tine first prenlin. both foe. form sand flesh, n rough permitsin Sn ds fn'm the WashinLdi fAttleon Rifle othewise.acant hous which must occur in
Assorted om No 0 to 52 i fr No. 0 Tl the secor lgly ward t--o dollars.. Corps, topresent yo their sincere neknoiledgments, fobr labours merely intellectual,-have a direct
e, t errse Nbym r ION N 0 torTAP 'ANo.t n Ti oof s a qliy t his nobl present ; wicn h they hre-eive is a testimronyof and important ope1 ationL in. favour of that
S oct 6. ..,,,il .r,..,i, .i ...-.u, bhttheyawardnthueseaidl,t' your w e areiro mindd of those day,in wtieh, opprer- moral discipline and security- which are so
in.ll -, ...rn.. topioninsinnsed srnstaounrFatnerns oarns; nnd in wlich they oiled, muchneeded and called for in Our literary
Copa rtneirship ori ,, air t.t........ 'nrt' csmihr oinio n n-sin riot -f and shed their blood. in enecting the Stalr of.Liberty, institutions.
r IHEsulnseribersrespectitully informtheir fviendsa .0doll As. .. tr*.e i I aoutny one asks how these.n"amusements"
and the public, that they have formed a coan- 1' 1.i in nati e d thesnis ,i -...- n. n tr.. .i .,. who led the Amneriean People are to be selected; arranged, and conducted,
nI': old in business u tnhder tireeirmn ofo- jr..,.ei ur'... 's--s-or those offered ty Siephen Howe, frauntyrsua' snn cpnanesieni so Vietory snn F'eedoni, is i beg e' hir for tre necessary
xon business under their of it pemin. d they cordingly award it an s e nt t io nsnie tne breasts o meean leave to refer him for the necessary
'WOOD & BRIGGS, -I .Ju... For tAe 'mlIcy.c/itn'. with the liveliest tlelings of' atrintism: But, when tht details, to BEnnOEs' Hyg ien, to SAlxz.tet's
auJh OSIAH QUINCY. hamn is heard fronmrthele im of Columbsin's Fair. and the Gymnastics, to the writings of IIvrEr.x,, to.
ando.have taken the store recently occupied by John *The saitd l oarbeloAnged to the Poor-House establish- manner oforcountn ir-yiseeeived from their hand ; nobf Hle to
Wood, Jr. No. 1I, Ircants' row, where they mient.fthat town. an-- amhitin fires our bosoms, with a firm dterminntion to Mo1s. CIrAS, &.
hae lor &sale a general assortment of W. I; Goods, rnun nPonT tintain and protect, inm every atritk, the Freedom be. I had proceeded thus far, when I submitted
Brandy Wt h'he't.omn ittee of the Trustees of the -'Iassachu- queathed to us, by our Fathers; and that this Standard,. those remarks to the ,i section of a fiieud,
hef'erIeaWnesrT'ea uttelho 'scnlnano W k ^ 'e remarksito thei -inif.
Branldy, Gi, o inel Terms, ItterChee7e, Mack- s' ecietyftort the Promotioni of Agrieulture, ithe evidence of their inval.unkle Legacy,l sha never be t h I
S-JON WOOD, .. uject f entionsReport : restedr frocrou:ourlandsbyaForeign Eneny, or rent by an who observed to me that, i The view here
J"OHN'iWOODTmJr. e.n."ubject ofInvennions,eReport intenFoe.a iven of our literary institutions nmay be'ery
ALDEN BRIGGS, Jr That the Machine ca ed the Flaxseed Sepanator, Offie'-
Boston, October 1,182L. 6v d.GSbyrMe. iHotcsis ,of Bratteborosgh, Vermont en. After this ceremony a procession was form- correct, but they differ materially flonm my
Sw bracegiill the particulars specified in his statement, and is ed of the corps, the Ladies, the Selectmen, own opinions. I believe that our seminaries
Coparnership soled. d o e p remium propose by tie Socilety,of' 20 amnd officers in uniform, and moved to the of learning are improve' g very fast,-as fast
TIrHIE copiartnertship heretofore existing between A sWashing Machine was presented by Mr. Hodgdon, of meeting'-house, where a patriotic oration was. as hie state of society will admit, and I do not.
the subscribers under the fi of Nvn, forexibition only, sand not for premium, which delivered by the Rev. Mr. CARtnmr., and sev- see the advantage of -this general censure.
T tbe subscribers under the firm of nsists.oi a Rotatory Tub. turned by a rank. operating
CUSitiiNG MITCHELL & O. o ahorizontalhlocki.thnesidesofivhich re ianesinclined eral appropriate anthems sung. The whole There are undoubtedly imperfections, such as
USHING MITCHELL & CO. owardilthe centre of their tub.and doing its work chiefly then returned to Col. HATCei's house, and par. it is much easier to point out in theory than
is this day by mutual consent dissolved. f ,e u..n-, .i.,,... :,,,;'. t. f'-..1 -.f'Mr.Duniley, took of an excellent supper. to remove in practice. With all their imper-
tZE.,LNT -ITrILA, r : ON i. h,.,.,... .1. .I ..... t.. M h., experience 'e -- ed factions, I cannot conceive it just to place
EZEKIEL LEN -WHIT. .IA, ... i ni F. I. I *. i. hite; andnth. FOR THE CENTINE L. Capt. PAUTinini..'s school above then all "
.ALLEN W HITM AN, .....,.t,,I.., ...I. ri .n.. .....I .. eelared their, o ...
JAMES L. BACON, .I... In, i.., .1 t .r.....I ...n-i. i.. ..urpose they DU T'ION As some other persons may agree in sent
CUSHING MITCl-IELL, i,,..... -,- .r,.. n..n I" .i In I ..i ...... ... .. i workin one E U T.. meant with this gentleman, I beg leave, Mr.
S1LVANUS L. MITCHIELL. I, I""."',',','"l, ni. ... '. d'"a y'l a 'hinoult O complicated science has been perfect- Editor, to offer a few words in explanation
Bridge'water, Oct. 5, 1821. I r.. .: ..I I..r ,....... '...., been foramis. edby a sing le discovery or experiment; and defence of the view I have taket of tOi
Business will hereafter he carried onat tlie same "ppr i.,....n .s... ..r....' : ., ..In. iu inch iMr. Hodg-. the progress of human attainments is more subject in discussion.
place by the subscribers under the firm of C. & i. n,' .emi to-e T- .,si ..... urnstanoes yoar slow and gradual, gaining a 1ttle here and In the first place, I have had no intention
I lT CHLr L .-Cot.nsl ee recommend to to he Trustees in sawarl to 's.n
S. L. MITCHELL. Hodgdon,oeansideringthe nature of the Machine and its there by successive perceptions of what is ofcensuring the Governors and Professors of
CUSHING NMI'CHELL, np u'ent utility, the sin of lOilollars. wanting, by supplying this, and by occasional our literary institutions; I chleerfit. ly and
oct 1S SLVANUS L. MITCHEIL. eIotatoy suti, ,hving a hiornizansata o ement,ova corrections of what is found to be erroneous. gratefully admit thaIt the) ave in -prQed on
clnt d by Ir. Jenmsion for a prenritin. ire only s)-s-n..
Cop atnersh.p Dissolved, n rdeldein eatisn to it vwas that given by, Gorham Psarsons, But so long as tile convictions of the under- their predecessors, and I believe that they are,
...h.E "cop'tr"l'ni." ...to.r xitig bhtee q ho uglitvorbi, impressed to wsrs-it, ystpre" standing shall retain their saturil influence as sincerely desi'oits of further improvement
1It-rECop)artnersnli),Ieretot'or ee-,stltw.-eeen feir, lieeht rn preseitted to tilln Society by John ..- '
Sthe subscribers under the firm of i' Mtufey. r these eireinnstlances your cnmittee did ; ver the eart, so long will clear perceptions as any individuals in the community, and that
s sr e r1tifno em the-irelves niathorizecd to ward any premium. of our duties, and of the best means arid they arts little accountable or blamneable'
HOW & CURRIER A4ansetinefor Tsihrehi Grain cuntrucnd Iupon god, I mode of performing them, tendtto good prac- for the imperfectionsrwhich they perceive, as
ist h y m t agbi h A l p er-i and "e lar as your covtittee N1a st a prized upon u nyou r. onte he vt a lueif en d epe s- s ti i fo t net s e pece p s as ru les .
is tsda mu co t issoved. All p- ple, w psented by An Shauc ppr ic hence th valueof just precepts as rules the present race of Virginians are for the
sois having denandu:s against saAd firm ,avc reqnues- cltl.vtA model only of the mrcihine was Pnresnted,,so that of conduct. intrio-frn of sver ir the Ani-ent
ted to present then ; anl all those indebted to ynOiCcnmrnittee couad not have the advianite ofseigcits ng W t a d l t ry o the Ance
make pm:nent to PiuiAs How wo is dul ~. O pitin personally. The evidence adduced waasatishe- What has already been accomplished in tie Dominion." But is slavery the less odions
sho-- settle time' sae to s toso'faras it related to the trials therein specified. extensive and difficult work of general edu- or unjust because it infests orr own country
SPHINEAS HOW, wee YnCo tit ,hweter'entrom stle evidence lotmlithem, cation shows that this business is susceptible -because we see ;:nd feel its effects ? Are their
PR I NE- A Sr t o f l o 'v w e,' r o p in io n t hia t its eff ec t w a s n o t s u p e r io c, t n a t torm .e o- ,d t l r e a n g .. .
JOHN CURRTIERI. vi.n premium was former .grantedto Mr. Hotchkiss; of improvement, and tne remaining imperfec- defects of our literary establishments the less
C.. .- .11, e. Oct. 3, 1821. not3iiddI.eSevideeof tie trial io whlichthius machine tions arid deficiencies of our Schools and Col- tobe investigated and corrected bec.urse they
-__-.- ...-_. __ __ ]iit .et'l sabitelt131'd nni:t, mu the opinion o:" youlr corn- i n t 1 ; v L u-
i- rikes-eto d a'orntlr,i tn iniispon r ,urr oi- le es demonstrate, that our existing semina- exist our
.1. : .! I.. .,' ("..n17.'-; > '." ~ nittie, topro osiors nrtnate rtalnnining tnse, lyalprime- '..a'" J n s ." J '" beiure nitre evesn r
.lu, PIEE & BADGER.. i -' M'iine lr'Tueshins ,,ngI g....... i,.i Wheas, that something more is yet to be ndone, and disagree. To decide it, let uas Itke a fact; a
t y nntual consent. All 're- was colented.hymn ger .itsof i thine we come also to this encouraging persuasion, single individual, in a neighboring State
sons avig den s oaid firm are reqn sted o operations. tisi smp!c.nd conderingisie,.notex- that this remaining something can he accom- has set up a school, very commendable, ifnot
snae nisn e n seilaieut and torm esbtto pensive the c theo i,t1nte bei frt dollar,, and iwas polished because much has already been ef- sufficient, in its provisions for the support and
present the s ... le hw settlicut; slid those IndI- I ,l sobesell calcu e a-dsilt tihrng-h raoin mown as well cis I, .
ed to themiaret uso requested toak v puymuent to re ;ip. Tnheproprintsrlid however brought winl, him no fected. advancement of good morals and health, i
IsAAc DUPEE, No. 41, Itndia-street, who is duly cenrtifictes, nor had your Conliltee a'-.y opportunity of Those who are most sensible of the value addition to its science and literature, which"
authorised to settle tihe same. puttgitto suchasntriatsoulstify their awardigony of this labolur will have the most patience in lias drawn to its territory andI jurisdiction, one
ISAACiou f '"DrPEEt pnretaiwnenl. l irey tknna tl .-ue, iuc. ,II:.,-ht thy wtmu n i dcation, t idr .o pu,
ISAAC DUPEE, are ofopinion that if the proprietor shall adducecertifner hearing with much unprofitable declamation, hundred pupils, many of them of sufficient age
JOSEPH BADGER. within iithree onlths of what it is capable of perfonmfiug, for the few hints that may be warth remem- to jutdnge for themselves, within tihe first yea-s
Boston, October 6, 1821. iland ti r fin ilts inai u be sisthedu, te t tins r, being, and which occasionally fall as redeem- of its commencement. 1 know very well, a
,he business of and Pu i nin* will he entitled to the prenminu. ing virtues from tedious and uninstructed every body else does, that this school is yet
nne bfusoess oi BlokI e and Ponump ig I al n Invetion prentd by M. Simon Wilard, I ins ar d lips. in relation to education man in its infancy, and that we must wait in order
its branches wil be continued at tte old stadt ; Io bury', for exhibit an only, and not for pn'enmikn, beins g ,,
where aire kept constantly on hand ai large assorl- ann Alarurn Ctek, every part f wirich w,.s exuented in his should be regarded as aln intellectual, moral, to ascertain its progress, durability and use-
ment of well seasoned loctks, ke. &e. also num3 r- .......... ,. ..... .i.. -.. :i- iTe work was*n-at, and physical being, and provision should ac. fulness ; and I have no disposition to corn-
ber of tons olLi numvit. e.-es ut'I or iat i ,eniios ai nr s ies;,ni crdingly be made floor the cultivation of his pare this school, or' thie Academy at West-
lThe friends of the subser;ber, the public in gen- clock unriker. mind, his passions and affections, and his cor- point with our Colleges, excepting min amoral
cral, and also the customers of te lat firm, are A lend Pipe for the conveye ofwater,wsalsresent real svsem.and physical point f view,-and least of al
solicited to favor hiin with their patiar.age. Th'lUe eirhybitionrply byD.. L.-..s. i.. in .... ci NOW tihe must prominent defect of our sem- a I disposed to set the former above th
smallest favors will bes gratefully acknowleed by idg,.f ronm 'nspectin-it wouin answer all the purposes inaries is, that they do little more than pro- latter. There are very few respects indeed
ISAAC DUPbFng. spieets ied in tihe advertisement of Mr. I.oring, the Proprie vide f'om the education of the intellectual fac- in which they can be compared.
lN. B. IJ OSE-PI BAni.t, being determss, eil sell 'here were alsoseveral other articles offered fio.- premi. ulties, leaving morals and health to take care The Academy is a national and military; in-
ni 1. k t.. -in k'..1 ,.-.i, eoa usistin's of t gretis umdtnolperson being resent toex plaintshe prinainlesr of themselves. If parents have any ratiunal stitution, its objects are limited and specific,
',t.t h l ..t k .y ,',',' .l ih c u s is't in g o fda g*rtea t th e onus auine nit tinhe 'aeh is e s 0, y ilr C nn t a n n t r d e e
variety of well seasoned Blocks, Shives, Pins, themselves discharged front the neessity of reporting upon object in vie' in educating their children, it and of course suited to a small portion of the
Pump-boxes, and every other article usually made them particularly. For the Connnniune, must be to promote their happiness. But people only. Our Colleges are republican
Jn a Blockmaker's Shop, at a very large discount. Brighton, October tlS2t Sl UIrNCY, Chairman ho tis to be done ? Is a man likely to and popular institutions, embracing the plaw
Also,-many articles useful to Blockmakers, and a r r be the more virtuous and happyin'proportion of a general and diversified si'stem of instruc.
number of tons of excellent Lignmnite, wich AN AGRPICULT'URAL CURIOSITY. as lie is more enlightened? If he were al. tion. But after this concession and explana.
vilt be sold creap. [oMITTED IN THE OFFICIA.L Tu:POnT.] ways consistent, we might say yes-but let tion. let me inquire, is it impossible for Cain-.
TWviArTED-by I. D. a Lad from 14 to 16 At the late c:iutle Show at Brighton there was a h:ifer r us taice him as he is. Human knowledge swe bridge or New-Haven, for example, to borrow
years of age asan apprentice to the above business. of the "'Galloway Breed" without horn t(from the south- see i a thousand instances, is of little worth any tiing worth receiving from Westpoint or
The best recommendation will be required. west parts of Stottandh originally) exhibited by ?M'. David see in a thousand instances, is of little worth any tiing worth receiving from Weatpoint or
he best 6 r eommen tfdaon whr,if be enthrm, stughi shedidnotequalthose :without good motives to excite it into action, Norwichi in relation to moral and physical
st h el to whom premiums were wanlrde, was very remarkable for and good principles to direct its efforts. It discipline ?
helien TICE. is clae ry earoa wlu ati lis niy s '" obe associated with indolence and be good My only object is to see our Colleges so
llIITE subscribers inform their friends and the Her second at 2 yeans 3 nimoihs and 23 days, and was now for nothing, or with malignity, and be dango- o organized anrd conducted that it shall no lon-
publie, that they have opened a wholesale aina third une wih ealfand nearlythuree monshis ad- rous in proportion to its extent. ger be in the power of those who are un-
Muisn t nnh i ne N vned in pregnancy, being less than two wars and nine i at is te difference bte a anand 'riendly to them, to say so mu against tm
Cmnssion Leher and Shoe Warehouse, at oee i e e What is the difference between a man and friendly to them, to say i wit e much against them
20 and 21I Greens,' or Bray's" wharf, opposite Th'e oldopinion was, that bieifershould not bi permitted a demon, excepting that the former has less when their imperfections shall no longer be
Prkman's Buildings, 3 doors from Merchantsloded in re e i gring ois of f inpower and mre benevolence than the latter ? urged as arguments to dissuade a portion of
Iow, alnd have for saile- our country. It is certain that the two calves of this two What. judicious parent would wish to culti- the people frem affi,rding them that patron-
1400 pair Men's Buckskin Shoes4 year old heilfr must lt.rvc paid fr her raising-nnd the cows Vte his son's nmind at the expense of his pu- age to which they have always been entitled,
2t)u0 do. doo, Calf Skin do. thougl smallers ore said no be better for mntil, 'When s 'se hisl ae t sttnmeytoa, e mdsI-aW-thbeen eeytirenlm
00 do. Boy's o. o. do. ermitted t le te crse of nature a toleraby good i- rity of heart nd. good habits ? and yet this is in my estimation, and now tt they are im-
t W omen's lo. iced colored Kid Slips, 'ctruis, in til tfing relating to"farming. done, or-risked, every year in our literary in- proved and improving, more thin ever. I
with spaltngles,1ful trimmed, esy, Ocr. -LOWELL. stitutions. have presumed to enter on this delicate sub.
1700 Chnidhll'tren's Itonn Molrocco oots ind !Sho es. But setting aside morals and health, are our ject, not because I am ignorant that many
N, B.-The above Shoes were made particu- CORRESPONDENCE. schools, as seminaries for -the mind only, as persons are already tired of it, bit because I
larly for tihe Spanish West India market, ani will good as they might be? Schools for the believe that the cvils complained of Van be
lie sold low for cashi or-god paperat 6 or 9 months Gloucester, (Cape Ainmn) Oct. 15. On Tues- mind, to be perfect as such, should be so or- removed.
credit, day the 9th Colonel Ditasbs's regiment of ganized and conducted as steadily to produce If these evils are, in the first place, pa.-'
1400 pair romen's Leather Shoes, welled, with militia paraded at Sandy Bay, the extreme tie highest degree of labour consistent with tiently, boldly, arnd ably investigated,; if
heels ( straps on vamp high lace, eastern part of this town, for inspection and the welfare of the physical state of the i.nii- their nature,extent,and operation shall be ful-
500 pair do. with straps on-quarters, review.-The line wasformed on an eminence vidual. But where has this been attempted lv understood and admitted; and if the means
530 do. Men's Cale SkitheNunroeees mosnailed, is fulll view of the ocean. The Gloucester Ar- excepting at Westpoint or Norwich ? of correcting them shall be wisely devised and
heels, tiller, in fl niform, paraded iti tie regi- This species of education to be perfect presented to the public, there is satisfactory
500 Men's thick Monroe Shoes, sowed, very ment, and displayed itself to uncommon ad- should accurately define what is to be taught, reason to believe that they would be received
stout, vantage. The troops were inspected by Ma- with the order and mode of teaching it. with a decided approbation, and that thie pub-
500 do. Men's thick Monroe Shoes, first quul i- jor SnsTIn, and the line reviewed by Major- Different schools shlouldofcourse embrace lie would amply uphold those teachers and.
S ty, pmgg'dl work, General STICKNE., accompanied by Brig.Gen. different systems of instruction, in order to governors who are able and willing to carry
300 pair Boy's split Leather Shoes, lined an ArpLETOs. The reviewing General expressed suit the var-ious objects and pursuits of differ- them into effect.
bound, his gratification in witnessing so handsome a entpersons. That system of instruction being No body doubts the literary advantages'
200 do. Men's Calf Skin Slices, pegg'd, double line in the rocky, iron-bound shore of Cape always the best for the individual, which which our higher seminaries afford, but mta,
solest, S .Ann. The numbers in this regiment have re- teaches him most thoronlghlyaitd expeditious. ny reflecting parents, to my knowledge, fear'
1700 do. Menm's thnict oesn, 21 quiaity, centhybeen reduced one halfin consequence of Iv whamt hie nueds to know, without wasting to trust their sous where many hSave made

50l do. Geleen's Velig Boots, at fom a late decision of the Supreme Juidicial Court time on what, if acquired, would not be shipwreck of their health atl morals.
nra l5 per pair, decthing Fishermen to be mariners, and as worth possessing. If a reasonable security for these cans be
1050 dol. \den's lined and bound Kip Skin Shoes, such exempt from military duty. The day Instead of this, it has often been said, and offTered to the public, ni!th!ing more need be
300 do. Children's Seal Skin welted Shoes, was fine, and the novelty of the place of pa- I believe with truth, that some things impor- asked to give our colleges such a foundations
1000.do. Women's black Morocco ahoes, heels, rade added much to the pleasure of the spec- tant to be known out of scliool, are but half tn the confidence and affections of the peo-
slips, bridle tils and high nce, lators. ---- taught or neglected altogether, while some plc as would carry them triumphantly for-
50000 yds. black and colored Cotton Cord, .tlleboroug/h, -Oct. 16, 1821. other branches of knowledge which consume ward, as temples of science and learning, if
:.-., ll..... bes Sponge Blacking, On Thursday the ni-shinsgton Riflei Corps, nauchi time and money in school, are found morals and health,* toi thie latest period of
.-'h l.st 1 n-nose, different suzes i under Capt. DAee'.rTT, seas presented with a syhen see leave it to be worthles., time. As to Capt. Part'ritlge's school, it is a,
ing ou consignment, time subscrdL's pledge thm- very elegant Standard, by thIe Ladhies of At- 'he mode too of teaching or the art of niost interesting seminary., rising indeed i,t
selves to customers, that they will supply them it theborougil. 'The Ladies were .uniformnly communicating knowledge to the human its infancy, but so estimable in its plain, and
lthe lowest manufacturing prices. Purchasers are dressed and formed in a semi-circle on a lawn, mind, is far more useful, antd rar less under- starting with so much of promise, that every
invited to call and exitnine f0r themselves, and the Standard was presented to Ensign stood than is ordint'ilyim agined, friend of sound learning, of pure morality,
JOStEPH F. iJ-OltDMAN, Be-AKE, by Miss SALTY ODE.LL, with the follow- As to good morals, I suppose no one will and firm health must ay of it, as was .la.tely
JOHN tYNEX. ing address:- contend that any adequate provision hias been -
GT, l g eaten fth l tnt Ii C ', rt t ed c t n ,, i le ct t, bathin, had been regul, .,l at :i
0 'JOSErPH FI. BORDMAN & CO. would Ger s E'als bled o elry, no t celebrated the Birth- madei for tians impor ta nt litp'art i e u ncation in if nil thing lOttih;th rios ti, ;ou >.un at -l
respect'ullv solicit consigninents of Leather and tay so a Msnarch or to purtiripate in the inudy r .enesn of o ell n ah nare lenera tlitray in t inlivu iri Oi rienub, innt aliuhn- rnml promi tine yi nir- u" ,
Shoes. 'linhet extensive acquaurtanne widl the a regal Corunationr; bht fin to e mIncasing and hindible tun'- ti n s ; and as for physical edutationu, th' in his- one l nin befn hi of stubhann pron.ini I in-i isrunmma,
Southern amid Westenr Sihne lhenlern, anul their' de- poneinr pte ng in yonr tranls, ts symbol if tnimlbpuan our country, seems to have beerteery ,\here n nuesrany ines hlntriehis inatn aov to Iprsv- or il
ttes-miean to usc toir iit ixecteons tu please, e, en" ne t tht u en l ifnsl afii tyiant l disregardcedi, if we except the two instances ci ts and urns nn e 'i ,u tin. ki -n in.. ,.I er 'r
will, they holuc, enale ihl a to oiiv sliii tiactins to mni, when tie Congressr these Stant, nsii di'eiled by abive mentioned. It seems to appear t tihen noo ualmeiiei, aund iliicunsnUtnt icn iii ; 1, 1 1.- ,!'v.i
tleir' emnployrs, and insurm e them tle ,atronage of f nerrin wilom, '',nwd ht lrios, so t tha h tlre grand divisions of a general s--old a she ini
,h .... un,. ehln... en-nit 8 smlluimne drclaratios oan tmnd,7!en,,enesr,a ..n, a int,i ,ti 5htg


ullaielabluVi~itsOrma i il-.1 W 5 itrudcedthe 11 zit1l-

said on another occasion, inmate ivirtule eo.
If this experiment of combining intellectu-
al, moral, and physical culture .*.ucceedls in
Vermont, then every body nmay believe that
as much can be achieved in Massachusetts.
This kind of education, though the best
for men every where who are not slaves, is
somewhat peculiarly adapted to our own coun-
try, for we have ships to build, the ocean to
navigate, the earth to subdue, manufactures
to carry forward, our children to educate ; a
nation to build up, which, if, we improve the
bounties of Providence and are faithful to
ourselves, mu't be preeminent in strength,
knowledge and virtue. When we consider
what has already been done, who will call it
vanity or extravagance to believe, that much
more is yet to be accomplished ? S. M.

'MasachuSsetts Agricultural Society.

Of the BwRIGHTO CATLE811 SHO'-1821.
[Continued from first pige.]
SThe Committee on Agricultural Experiments,
to whom was also committed the inspection
of several articles of Manufacture, Report :
That four several lots or parcels of Cheese,-
more than one year old, and twelve lots of
nets Cheese were offered for the Society's
premiums ; of the former, that from the dairy
of Mr. Job Rainger, was considered to be the
richest, best made, and best flavored Cheese,
and is entitled to the premium of Ten dol-
lars ;-that from the dairy of Mr. Elisha Ma-
thews, the next best, and is entitled to the
premium of Five dollars. Of the new Cheese,
that from the dairy of Mr. Danier Hunter,
was considered to be the best, and is intitled
to the premium of Ten dollars ;-that from
the dairy of Mr; Nathan Rice, the next best,
and is entitled to the premium of Five dol-
lars ; the whole of said Cheese was made in
the town of rNew- raintree, in the County
of Worcester.
Several parcels of Butter were also exhib-
ited, all of them very fine. The lot entered
by Mr. Stephen Hastings, of Sterling in the
County of Worcester, was considered to be
the best made, and of good flavor, and is in-
titled to the premium of -Ten dollars ;-that
entered by ir. Luke Bemis, of Watertown,
the next best, and is entitled to the premium
of Five dollars.
A great variety of Vegetables was brought
to the Society's Hall for exhibition. His
Excellency Governor BRooKs caused to be
exhibited -some white Globe Turnips, of a
very superior quality, the produce of his
farm in Medford. Some uncommonly fine
Ruta Baga, and Carrots, were sent from the
farm of Gorham Parsons, Esq.; and from the
same farm, some sweet Potatoes, of a large
size, and in no respect inferior to those of
Carolina. From. the farm of John. Prince,
Esq. some Mangel Wurzel, and some Russian
white Radishes, of a very large size. This
"snreies of the radish is cultivated in Russia
for the purpose of feeding stock. Mr. Prince
also sent to the Society's Hall, a specimen of
Flax, of a good quality, produced and dressed
on his farm ia Roxbury. From the farm of
E. Hersy Derby, Esq. some Potatoes of the
best possible size for the table, the -growth
of t!e present season from the shoots of the
third and. fourth planting of the same seed
potaloes Mr. Derby's account qf four crops
of potatoes raised by him the present season,
will accompany'this report. From the farm of
Gen. Hull, some large IRuta Bagu, a particu-
lar account of the manner in which they were
cultivated, will be communicated by Gen.
H. to the Trustees, as soon as the crop shall
have been taken from the ground.
Mr. G. C. Brown, of Watertown, exhibited
some very large fine Ears of 10 and 12 rowed
white Corn. From the farm of, Mr. Elijah-
Saunderson, in WaIli.am, two Water Melons,
"^fnfl / "p buna'. 'Mr. 'h'!' A ms, -f

Medford, exhibited a large Beet, a species
of the Mangel Worzel, with some observations
on its great utility as a food for Milch Cows.
Several specimens of Sole Leather, and
dressed Calves Skins, were offered for the
Society's premiums :-of the former the par-
cel entered by Mr. Samuel Hobbs, of Wes-
ton, was considered to be the best, and is in-
titled to the premium of Tenidollars.-Mr.
Hobbs also exhibited some Harness Leather,
of an excellent quality. The parcel of Sole
Leather entered by Messrs. Benjamin Myrick
& Co. of Roxbury, was adjudged to be the
next best, and is entitled to the premium of
Five dollars. The Calves Skins entered by
Mr. Nymphlas Pratt, of Shrewsbury, were
thought by the Committee' to be the best;
those entered by Mr. Thomas Prosser, of
Roxbury, the next best. Several Tanners and
Curriers competent judges of the article, pro-
nounced both parcels of Calves Skins to be
dressed in a very superior manner; the for-
mer is intitled to the premium of Ten dollars,
and the latter to the premium of Five dollars.
October 11th, 1821.
(rjrThe Committee on Agricultural Exper-
iments will make an additional report early in
D>ecember,before which time the evidence de-
mandled by the Trustees, of the Crops of tlhe
competitors for'premiums, cannot conve-
niently be furnished.

Account of Four Crops of Potatoes raised in"
one Season.
April 10, 1821. Planted half a bushel of
late potatoes, part kidney and part round
ones, cut into sets, in a hotbed.
May 7. Transplanted first set of vines,
as I should cabbages, and replanted the sets.
May 21. Transplanted the second set of
vines, and replanted the sets. /
June 5. 'lTransplanted the third set of
vines, and replanted the sets, and hoed the
first and second set of plants.
June 30. Transplanted the fourth set of
July 1. Commenced digging full grown
* potatoes from first set of vines, since which
my family (a large one) have been fully sup-
plied, and I have lately commenced digging
the fourth set of vines,.
The potatoes exhibited, were taken from
the third and fourth sets of vines, and there
are very few small ones.
Salem, Oct. 1821;.

[The Report of the Committee on Domestic
.Mu ufactures shall be published in our next.]

2.E. ELOi.IJJI. ST. AtnGSTINs, sr:or. 22.
FHE following is a correct list of officers
in this territory :--WG. D. Wonraixo-
Tori, Secretary, and acting Governor. Win.
Reynolds, Private Secretarb. Edmund L.w,*
Jllcade (Jadrle) and A'otary. Franis J. Fa-
tio, P1ublic Translatar. Tlhomas Penn, Nota-
ry. John Bickley, (p'-' siding,) Thomas Penn,
Thonias Reynolds, Farquair etliune, anl
Philo Andrews, Justices of the Quorum. Gceo.
Gibbs, Cler'.'. Ge-orge Murray, Prosecuting
.Attorney. James R. Hanham, Sherif. Cor.
bin Braxton. County Treasure,'. Squire Street.

her, Collector. John Du Bose, Avarista Mau-
ri, John Addison, Jameus Hall, Francis P. Fa-
tii, and William Drummnond, Justices of the
S Cir Or IcERns.-.Tames G. Forbes, Ofayor
Antelir Cay, Daniel Copp, Charles Robiou.

Francis J.PaFti, Philo Andrews, and John Du
Bose, Aldcrmen. George Murray, Clerk.
Ccrbin Braxton, Treasurer.
Wm. P. Duval, J udge of the District Court.
James G. Forbes, Marshal. John G. Bird, U.
S. Altorney.
Sfhis geutlcmnn is cousin tu Lord.EIll'nborough, of Eng-

,. TORK. sNEw-Yons, OCT. 16.
Capt. WAtIttIN, from Curaoa, informs,
that the Spanish royalists still held possession
of P1rto Cabello ; and that the celebrated
Admiral Baroxr died at Curagoa on the 30th
Curacoa papers to the 22d September, in-
form, that the Cengress of Columbia have
passed a decree for the gradual emancipa-
tion of their slaves.-All offspring of slaves
hereafter are to be considered as free; but
are to serve the masters of their parents until
they are 18 years old, the masters enjoying
the benefit of their services. No slaves are
hereafter to be imported; children are never
to be separated from their mothers; and
slaves who have served the Republic are to
be declared free. General BOLIVARt had con-
ferred distinguishing marks of honor on the
British Legion in the service of Columbia.

CuIIAeOA, SErr. 29. The Spanish (royal-
ist) cruizers continue to capture all vessels
having Columbian and neutral property ov
board, and many of them under pretence of
violations of their paper blockades; and we
are gla.l to learn, that the British Admirals'
on the BarbaCoes aud Jamaica stations, have
notified the royalist Commander in Chief, LA
Toittr., that they will not acknowledge any
blockade, when the power declaring it has
not a sufficiency of force to carry it into
complete effect.

From Brazils.-Capt. Jowrs, from Perna'n-
huco, informs, that when he sailed (Sept. 12tl)
a revolution was reported to have been ef-
fected at Guyana, about 12 leagues to the
northward of Pernambuco ;-that a brigade
of troops had been sent to quell the revolt-
ers, bint who joined the Gyanlans ;-that a
battalion of Caoadores (hussars) which was
also sent against them followed the example
of the brigade; and that the people were in
a state of confliuion-undecided what to do.

It has frequently been remarked that the
Fratriot Ltader of the Revolutionists in Span-
ish America, has always made the great Pat-
riot Leader, of North America, his guide and
pattern. The following correspondence shows
how closely the imitation has been preserved :

'From a UAlaracaibo paper of Jtl 21, 1821.
I Q. utuaiare, 25th May', 1821.
SIMON BOLIVAR, Liberator-President,&c.
to the Vice-President of the Republic.
Moved by the clamors of my ow family aud
of those of some friends and companions in
arms, gi oaniig ,under tie miserlable situation
wherein they found themselves, I took the
liberty, in the year 1819, to draw an order on
the public treasury of-Bogota. I herewith
inclose to Y. E. under No. 1, the copy of the
answer which I received from the treceiver-
general, announclog the iecuipt of my draft,
and advising me that the same was ordered
to be paid. The document. No. 2, confirms
its payment. The laws respecting the parti-
tion of the national properties, entitles me to
twenty-five thousand dollars, as general in
chief of the army, and to the right of expect-
ing bounties and extraordinary grants; and
the law which regulates the pay of a!l the of-
ficers, adjudges to me as President df the re-
public, fifty' thousand dollars nnu..1i3, from
1te year 1819: 1 do, fromn 'ila monscent, re-
nouncc all thesu ri'-hhs a.d ages whichjl.a.e

-8'afh16rars pail at ogota. *'.e o-ect for
whicl I took that sum, and thIe sacred duties
which I have withal fulfilled,' have fully re-
quited me for the rights which I now forevgo
in behalf of the treasury. I request Y E.ill
be pleased, in my name, to lay this candid ex-
position of my will, betbfore the General Con-
gress ; if accepted, I will look upon it as a
peculiar kindness, which I will value as the
purest testimony of tlhe regard wvitia which.the
National Representatives deign to honor me.
General Congress, Secretary's Office, June 25, i82,t.
To the. Ministers of Finance,
The Congress being informed of the resig-
nation made by II. E. the Liberator President
of the pay, grants and. assignments which be-
long to him in virtue of the laws made in the
extraordinary session of last evening ; but
taking into consideration his love for liberty,
hlis indefatigable constancy to defend it, his
integrity and disinterestedness ; he can never
renounce the gratitude of Colombia whicuhi is
his best patrimony !!
Resolved, That the Liberator SRrs Buo-
LIVAR may well renounce before the future
Congress the pay, grants and assignations be-
longinig to him by the laws.
And which I have the honor to transmit to
your lordship.
God preserve your lordship many years.

N:EW-YORK, OCT. 16. A copy of a Gazette
Extraordinary. of Chili, of July 4th, 1821, has
been received. It contains several official
despatches respecting events in Peru, an-
nouncing, that Lord CocuaxeAs had taken
M.ayendo, on the 18lh June ; and coniirams
the report before received, that the Revolu-
tionary Genersa. A nNALr.s 'had completely
beaten the royal General RicAronT, near Pas-
co, in which the major part of the division of
the latter were made prisoners, and he hav-
ing his thigh broken by a cannon ball ;-
That only a small part of tlhe cavalry escaped
to Lima :-That in consequence of this suc-
dess, the Viceroy of Peru, Don. JosEPa ax.
LAcERNUA, invited General SAx MARiTIN to
agree to a truce for twenty days, which was
acquiesced in. and six officers of the con-
tracting parties met at Punchlanopa, on the
23d of May, and agreed to the terms of the
Armistice, which was, on the same day, rati-
fied by the Viceroy, and the Revolutionary
Commander in Chief. Don JosE iE LACIERNtA,
and SAN MARITIN, were to have an interview,
attended by two pacifying deputations, to ef,
feet, if possible, a definitive pacification.

The Qtuadranit.-GonFur,' of Philadelphia,
invented thle Quadrant now in use by seamen ;
IIAHsa.F, of London, adopted it, and gave to it
his name ; DAVIU HAIKER, a young mechanic
of Boston, has made one with a valuable im-
provement, for which hie has received a pre-
mium from the Massachusetts Mechanic Asso-
ciation. Baker had previously submitted his
Quadrant to the examination of Dr. Bowditch
of this town, who expressed his appyobation
pf it, and retained it some time in order to
prove its accuracy,-S-alem Gazette.

Lord KitSALs it is well known has tle
privilege of keeping his hat on in the royal
presence, when every other subject must be
imcovered :-'But the privilege has now be-
come quite common, as his lMajesty, when
he finds it to be inconvenient for,au.y of !;is
subjects to be uncovered, immediately tells
them to put on their hats.-Dablin paper.

-/ -' matters ol law ; and the Court have assigned
BOSTON, -a future day for hearing the argument upon
SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 20, 1821. the motion.
S,"' The Circuit Court of the U. S. commenced
COM.MITTEE OF VAJLUATION.. itsfallterm in this district on Montday last.-
This important Committee will convene in Present, Judges STousr aud DavIS.-After
the State-House in this town, on tle 7th No- prayers by the Rev. Dr. JAitViS, Judge STOat
member; and will not probably finish their delivered a very able and learned charge to
labors untilthe meetiilg of the General Coturt, the Grand Jury. On Thursday, several per-
on the second Wednesday of Januat). sons were arraigned on indictment of piracy,
-- *-- o' and a future day was assigned for their trial.
Imprisonment for Debt. The Governor of The fireman of one of thle North River
Tennessee, in his message to the Legislature, Steam Boats, lately robbed a passenger of
has recommended the Abolition of Imprison- S4500, and left the boat at Albany ; but be-
ment for Debt, except where there is reason ipg promptly pursued. was taken, and all the
to believe that the debtor has fraudulently money but 400 dollars recovered.
concealed property from his creditors ; and Mr. IJos.'Srowden, was recently shot dead in
the Legislature have declared their concur- the street of Manchester, Virginia, by a young
rence in the recommendation. This subject wagoner, of the name of Clever.
also occupies the pens,of many writers in the No less than 54 persons were convicted of vari-
papers of several of the Western and South- ous offencea at the last term of the Court of Ses-
ern States ; and in the last nationall Intelli. samils of the city of New York.
goecer, we find the following note appended important Dci e Supreme Judial
to an article on it:- I.portant Deciion. The Supreme Judicial
It is gratifying to filudl that the'sentlimnent is be- Court have decided in the case of Lonsdale
coming general, tlat iinptisonneut of thebody is vs. Brown, that a Bill of Exchange drawn in
no remedy for poverty. The property of a mIan one State of the Union uipon a person or per-
ought to be liable for, and bound by, alljkis debts- sons in another State of the Union, is a for-
imprisonment might be made the penalty of con- eign bill of Exchange.
cealment or fraudulent conveyance of it; but ithe
incarceration of the body is ai remnant of feudal At the present term of the Court of Comn-
law wholly incompatible with any government mon Pleas, holden in this town, FitueranCK
tburde1I onreason, at oreeognaiiig lnh( iu..1rlr..l,'... AUGUSTUs FAn.ti" has been admitted to prac-
rights of fi-ee man. Let us hope that ti. C.Ii. e as an Atto'rney in said Court.
ot the Uniitedl Slates will set tie exanatple to thlie tic
State Legislatures, of reforming what appears to
us to be a barbarous error it out, statutes,and, con- Swift Destruction.-The Hurricanes which
temporaneously with the establishment of an uni- were felt in this quarter, about the 9th Sept.
form system of hibnkruptcy, declare that, under the were ituch more destructive in the West-In-
nuthority of the Union, there shall be no duraace dies, &c. In addition to the accounts already
of the,bidy but for crime ." published from St. Barts, others have been

"East-Bridgewater, Oct. 15.
"Mn. RussELs.-The Agricultural Society
of the County of Plymouth held their first
meeting in East-Bridgewater, on Monday
last.' The day was uncommonly pleasant and
the company numerous. The Society was
presented with a variety of stock, manufac-
tures, and products of the season; to some
of which, premiums were awarded, to others
high commendations for a laudable zeal, to
render the Institution beneficial to the public.
At twelve o'clock the Society formed in
procession and proceeded to the Meeting-
house, where Prayers were 'addressed by the
Rev. Mr. BARSTOW, of Hanson, to the Giver
of all Good, and an Address to the Soci-
etv by the Rev. JAMES FLINT, which for taste,
elega'ice of expression, uand pertinancy of
remark, has seldom, if ever, been excelled.
The attention of the audience was rivetted
on the speaker, and his discourse "descend-
* ed like tlhe gentle dew onthe plainbeneath ;"
Agriculture was in this address restoredd to
its merited rank among human employment,
and its benign influence on the physical and
moral powers of man, justly delineated. The
singing ton this occasion, was as usual, excel-
lent, led by Bartholomew Brown, Esq. in his
best style. The Society after the exercises
in the Meeting-iouse, returned to the Hall,
and partook of an excellent dinner prepared
for the occasion, and drank a number of pa-
triotic and appropriate toasts, becoming the
." Yeomson's lolilay and Harvest Home." The'
company after attending a Ploughing-match
and witnessing a spirit of emulation highly
becoming the occasion, separated without
accident, .with the impression, that the,0ld
Colony was not too old for improvement. Chief
Justice' PAuKEa and Judge WILD honored the
occasion with their presence, and if their'
opinion could be gathered from their coun-
tenances, did not regret their attendance,
and tholewhole assemblage appeared to en-
joy the day and exhibition." ..

..g'ricunltiaral Exa'ibitions.-Several tte "

-s~u.'ss'e's"'s-a~ssuC-w~''oaIn,-t''msy 05UtvCOlv

._ ... ; anuIL \e, lave.
on our table many others front various quar-
ters. --
JoiFN LOWELL, Esq. one of the Trustees of
the General Agricultural Society, has given
notice, that" Any Farmers intending to sup-
ply the BQston or Salem markets, and any
cultivators who may be disposed to make ex-
perments in horticulture or gardening, will
he supplied gratis with the slips of the sweet
or Carolina Potatoes, raised in this State, (on
condition of their agreeing to attend to the
cultivation of the same) by applying to himn
at any time within 14 days. He will also fur-
nish them with mniute instructions both as to
their preservation and culture."

There were thirteen lusty competitors for
the l'ioughang M'itch prizes, at Albany, last
week. The Society of that city is richly en.-
dowed.-The Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer
contributes $500 to its funds annual.

We scarcely open a papet published on
the seaboard, without( findings in it new ac-
counts ofacts of piracy and atrocity, commit-
ed on American property and persons.-We
hope many of them are exaggerations, and,
our readers by recurring to our marine news
will find one of the accounts (that from Man-
tanzas) and which hias created a great ex-
citement, incorrect in .most of its horrid
,'aval OJeasures.-The publicc will rejoice
to hear, that a gentleman who has had an in-
terview with the Secretary of the Navy, on
the subject of the numeTros piracies wbich
have recently been committed on our com-
merce, ihas announced in a Philadelphia paper,
that the government, on the first accounts be-
ing received, adopted every measure in its
power, to put a stop to them, and to bring the
pirates to condign punishment ; and that or-
ders have been given, that the Hlornet, Shark,
Porpoise, Spark, Grampus, and Enterprize ves-
sels ofv war, andl three gunboat schooners,
should sail immediately on the service. The
greater part of these vessels are at sea, and
the mercantile interest must feel satisfied,
from their knowledge of the vigilance and
talent of our navy officers, that every thing
which ran be done to protect commerce,,will
be faithfully performed.

Seduction and Crim. Con. The Baltitmore
papers give the details of a trial, in which a
poor man, by the name of Foggleoman, pros-
ecuted a rich Tailor, and dealer in Slops, by
the name of'.Vebot, for seduction and criminal
conversation with his wife. 'It appeared An
evidence, that the plaintiff's wife had to re-
pair very ofteti to the shop of the defend-
ant for work, whiich gave the defendant up-
.pnrttlnity to play off lis seductive arts, and to
obtain the object of his desre.s;-that the
plaintiff, as soon as the knowledge of his in-
juries ca.ne to his ears, banished his wife fi om
his house, to the great injury of his family,
and appealed to the laws for redress. After
a long hearing, the jury gave a verdict of
twenty-five hundred dollars.
wo cases of seduction have lately been
tried in .V'ew- o'orkA State, in each of which
damages of$1000 were awarded.
Actions for Slander have become common
in the American Courts. In one instance, a
young lady obtained a verdict of $10,000
damages, against thle wife of a wealthy citizen.
The sent e on ichauel.Jfttin, convicted
ofhighway robbery, has not been passel upon
him.-Ills counsel have moved in arrest of
judgment, for misdirection of the Court in

received of immense damage sustained at'
Guadaloupe, (where 201 houseswere destroy-
ed or shattered) St. Eustatia, St. Thomas,
Mariegallante, Antigua, St. Christophers,: e-
vis, &c. Many lives were lost. It was felt in
New-Orleans, but not severely.

Thanksgivinsg Days.-In New-Hampshire,
Nov. 29th. In New-York, Dec. 12th.

The Selectmen have named the new Court
contemplated to be laid out near Summer-
street, flinthrop Place, as a mark of respect
for the memory of the first Governor of Mas-
sachusetts Bay.

NEw-JERnsET. .Representative to 17th Con-
gress.--Hon. LEWIS'COSNDT, vice Linn.

To Conntssrso0enETS., Tacitus," C.,"
and several other articles, are necessarily de-

JACKsoN-, in colleague with the Rev. Mr. Steele.
Sermon by Prolessor Smith.

On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. J. S. J. Gardiner,
MIr. Stephen Robbins, to Miss Lonisa Clay.
On 'Thursday evening, Mr. Stephen Russell to Miss Mar-'
garet l ,ow.
Oa Thursday evening last, by Rev. Mr. Pierpont, Mr.
Harvey Lovering, merchant, to Miss Caroline Lovering,
)ouongest daughter of Joseph L. Esq.
In Canton, air. John McKendry to Miss Eliza G. How-
aIn aunton. James Woodward. Esq. to Miss Ann Lincoln.
-Mr.A. B. Thompson, of Brunswick, Me. to Miss Eliza
William s.'
In Scituate, Mr. Jacob Howland, of Plymouth, to Miss
Bcthiah W. Corlew.
In New-Bedford, Capt. James Howland to Mrs. Susan.
nth Hayden.
In Lancaster, Paul Willard, Esq. ofChar'lestown, to Miss
Harriet Whiting,daughter o' Mr. Tifnothy Whiting, of the
orner place. -
r.In Nlerw-Hven. Dr. Edw:ird Delafield, of New-York, to
riis Elinor E. Langdorn EiW'ni, daughter of the Hon. Th.
. Elwyn. of Portsmouth, N. H.
'In tNorwiPn', Cot. IRev. Edward MW. Hoker, of Green's
Farms (Fairfield) to MMiss Faith Hntington.
At Belvilie Port. Mr. Charges French, of Boston, to Miss
. Lucy Balch, of the foriter place.
"wIn Now Castle, Mnjor Cushing Bryant, of Nobleboro' to

In this town,on Wednesday morning, widow Catharine
MIars',lil. nged 69.
Mrs. Abigail Page, aged 86.
On Thursday, Eliz.abeth Ann, daughter of Mr. John
Sowdo,. aged 8 monttls.'
On Thursday veniig, iMrs. Hannah Humphreys, wife of
Mtr. John H. aetM 36. Funei al tomorrow afternoon, im-
mediateiy after divine service, fron the hose of Mr. Mat-
thias Hilvr, Wvilunlias' Coart-friends and relations are
requnsiud to attend.
Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Elizabeth Mock, aged 52.-
Funte inl to-morrowatternoon. alter divine service, from ter
late residence itn Ioylston-sweet-friends are requested to
ntlend without a more p:articular invitation.
jIn Charlestown,Caroline Sabra, daughter of Mr. Ephraiaio
Bailey, aged 17 months. Fit.eranito-morow. immediately
afterdivine service-friends and relations are requested to
In Dedhnm, Mr. George Atwood, keeper of the Hotel.
It GIouceter, 156th inst. Capt. Elias Davis, aged 65. all,
eminentshipmaster.-[Obituary in our nex't.-Mrs. Mary
ltabson, wifb, of Mr. IV. 1. jun.-Mary and Elizabeth,
twin ssisers. aged 14 months, diaghters of Major E. Brown
-i-Mrs. Mathlia butter, aged 38-Mr. David tiarraden.
-F 1 ..... ... ,. 14tlhinst. Mrs. JanietYoung,
i, .Fi ., ,r,, C ag. d 31.
In Groton, on Tuslay, ,y a fill, Mr. Aaron Lewis, a-
ged 36-1By this dispensation of Providence, his relations
and friendshas'to lament an fectionte husband, a kind
brother, and a sincere friend- and society a valuable mem-
In Northampton,Mr. Ebenezer Phelps. aged 81.
In Fredericton.N.B. George L. Welmore, Esq. a Coun.
seller at law, killed in n duel with George F. Street, Esq.
another lawyer. Thedeceased was the challenger, and re-
ceived s wound in his pistol hand. before lie received the
mortal one. S. and the seconds fled to Mlaine, where they
in Haloinwell, Me. Mr. Naihaniel Folsom, aged 50.
Ill Huibhairdston, Ensigin Darius Mann. aged 24.
At Smaatiga Springs, Mr. Samuel Smith, of this town,
agod 45.
In Brooklyn, L. I. Thomas Burroiughs, Esq. aged 30. of
Philadeliplula, late purser ol'the ship Dolphin, of the navy.
tn Poiigkelsies Mrs-.Besitle, inkeeper, among whose
effects no less thn 25.600 piecesof coi, allied in New-
York sixpenny pieces* were found. *Sixteentis off a dollar.
She must have accumulated four of these coins every day
for at lest tiwenty-four years el'her life.
In Annanpolis, Hon. wm\it. Kilty, Chancellor of Maryland,
agtd 64.
In Portsmouth, Virg. Capt Isaacne Park, a untive of this
In iLynelhur, Virg. Mr. Samuel %V. Warren,aged 40,
formerly of Vai.eritown.
In Fairthix Co'y, Virg. Majbr George Tripplett,aged 55.
In Clharlesiton. S. C. Major Andrew Htasell.
In Botin Co'y, Keln Major Nathan Smnith, ng 67-hlie
enteredil the revolutiooarv ariny in 1776 and remained in it
until the conclusion of the war.
Of Apoplexy, near C ..L. -L i.i. -round,in the Creek
Nation, Mr. Thomais M. ..i.., ,.... jI of Boston, and late
Clerk of the Court of Perry, int the Stateof Alabtma. He
wEas a, a visit to his friends in S. Carilina.
Io tiuisouri, by suicide, Major AugUstis,lhaving by will
his piiperty to iss Eleanor Rny, oif N. York. '
In Citnacsu, Admiral Peter Louis Brior, at.d 39, l3on
known ist ilegnallant coimaller tif'tle revoluttinnry llret.
Atiea,alhout lltdiyssiic", oil ". ,1 ii., !,;, Hopie& Sal-
ly-Ann. on her passage fer n I..i r i I o. iition, Mr.
William Hickling, Jr. if this town, agtd 23, umate of said

Oct. 19, 1821.
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red..............................2 i 3 I Min im .. .... .6 a 56.t
6 do. o 1 .........7 7 Sul lk................ a7 i ... ......12A a 11
S 11. I.t...........S a 8,} EXCHIANGE*i.
S 11.............9 a 10o London ...... .....0.. 9 t a 10
'* 1815..........14a 12S r New York ................I it par
U.S. 3 PerCents.... ..79 a 80 Philadele;ltin............. n .*
"* ................ 8 a 9 n I tiinore...............ia 1 dis.
7 doi...........t a I Virginiia.................. 2 "
SBANK STOCK. Charleston................ 1 "
LTiitid Stiles..1,tii 12rcni. Savannah.............. a 2
iMnassaelcietts.......... 12 t a i3 SPECIE.
Utoi.......................71 a 7A Spanish Dollars....... a j-ar.
Boston.....................82 a Doubloons ............ 15 65 a 75
Site............... 64 ai 640-
A 'Corrcrted for tAe Columbian Centint, by SAMUEL
DANA, 5 Coagrcss-stlre.

Conmnittee for next week-John Fenno, Joel
Thayer, Wil'iam Tileston.

POJ 0t Ol o1" ,'TO.A --tS21.
If'EDNESDA2', Oct. 17.-Arrived. l shs. Mary Ani, Skiff,
, tichlminil; Gen.Maiconb, HlulretHalt., Jutie, of kHoliit-e
'lot-s, I'r'iioi labridor ; sloops Wanton, Ransom, Middle-
town; Scourge, Bridbo'Pirrt.
Als sel>s. Margaret, Atwolod,withl 160 hbbs. sperm oil,
via Proveieetown; Nonpareil, tfon a iimucLarel cruize.
trr. at quar. brigs FeuieiioIr.lis., Prriantbuco, 34 ; Sa-
raol Morrell, Lord, Sluran Bay, It; scri. Packt, KInsauil,
Sumiaiian, 39.
Cicared--Brig Eight Sons, Low, Amsterdam ; aells. Jaine
Monris, w i:intiotns, Plhilad. ; Truo American, Lubtc;

sloops xped;tion, Cary, Ocracock ; Saoineoattwes, New
Yorl,.; Flora, Perry, N. Bedford; Geo. Washington, Nan-
THURSDA2'. Ot. I8.-Arrived, brigi Sylveter ITealy,
Robitsrun, tichnuonild; Jihn, Spear., Alexandirias ; seli.
Dolplhin, Blanchard, St. .hbsn. 10, coal; Globe. Hill. Rich-'
mond,via Ilyan is; Rislin Stats Haskel. E irstorit, 9 ;
Victor y, Levett,Le Halifitx, 6; Boston, Slackford. E.istru-t,
3 ; Ellen, Amsbury. tolatine Oliver (rH;insll. ontnesi
Hole; Curlew. Gardiner ; Rebecca, of Portlhnd. fromin La-
brador ; Dispatach, Patterson, Wiisasset, Il sing been upset
by a squall, in sight or Bontoil Light, and inst l-r deck
load of wood and uark. and long Ioat; Betsevy FIAe'
Baker, Easlpnrt,7 ; Union, Labrador, vit Bootlhbay; Hero,
Bristol, Me.; hUrque Aurelia, Vert. Gottenburtg; sloio
Atls, Drinkwnter, Enstphort, 10 ; hunger, sI'rthnd ; Eli-
za Nicoll, Corliss, N. I aven ; Ranmbh'lr, amptun ; Pack.
et, and Milledgevilne, PortiaIud Venus, Portsmoutr.
Arr. at quarantine, brig ilope & ally Ann, Hihibbert,
Jqueinel and 13 days frori Port au Pi ince, whicl she left
4il1 inst.; Arms. Fosi-r, Trinidad.
Clearedu-Brig Hope, Delano, New Bedford ; srbs Ma-
ria, Gitbls. Wilming'ton ; Ocean, Kent, Alexa.dria ; Un-
diauntedl, Lincoln, Philadelphia ; Leander, Niiekchin,lBafl-
timore ; Fortune, Newburyport.
FRIDAY. Oct. 19-Arrived, brig Paragon,
Bangs, from Genoa, last from Malaga 35 days.-
.Lell at Genoa 8th Aug. brig Joseph Hill, for Bos-
ton 4 or 5 days. At Malaga l1th Sent. brig Orient
& Nancy, Atwno.-1, in quarantine Eliza, Berry,
Charleston or New Orleans, uine., and sever;1 oth-
eis names not sscertained, as the c'apt. was not al-
lowed to go on shore. Sell. Waverly, Williams,
sailed about, the 8th for Baltiinore. Seh. Hum-
bird, Collins, sailed about the 10th for Charleston.
SSailed in co. with brig Perseverance for N. York.
Spoke 3d inst. lat. 41', Ion, 38, ship Ramldollohlay,
from Croostadt for New Yo-k had lost fore and
main-top-masts and head of mainmast, lying too in
a gale the 30th Sept. offered her spars or any oth-
er assistance, but the eapt.-answered that lie was
not in need.of anty, as hie did not know what to do
with them.
Slso ar. sch. .oston, Bailey, Bath.
Below new brig Pernvian, iall, from Bath.
Arr. at quarantine brig Pedlar, Blanchard, 70
days, from Afirica. Spoke, 30th ult. lat. 27, 22,
Ion. 52, sch. Morgiana, Hall,22 days from Lisbon-
6th inst. lat. 32, 14, Ion. 49, 41, brig Grasshopper,
17 days fi-om St. Johns, N. I. for "Demerara, file
days betlbie saw a fleet o120 slhipsns adl rig, stand-
ing to the E. S. 1.-lOthl, lat. 35, 37, Ion. 62, 20, j
U. S. sch. Zephvr,3 days from New York--16th,
Irt. 403, entrance South ebannel, ship Merchant,
48 days from Liverpool fur New York.
.llso brig Lion, Humphreys, 22 days from Mar-
Cleared-Sch. Ceres, Atkins, Havaon, bIy C.
Bailey ; sloop Harriet, Hoilmes, Plymouth ; Ame-
rica, Stanwood, Portland.

Imported since 13th inst.-6377 bbls. Flumr-
23284- bushels Corn-319 quinlals and 34-2,000
Fish-4.5 hhds. and 276 bbls. Sugar-457 hhds.
Molasses-9 bbls. and 209 bags Coffee-1028 pipes,
90 half pipes 543 qr. pipes, 152 ibls. and 113 cases
Wine-265 hhds., 873 kegs, and 71 half kegs To-
bacco-2'3132 bars Iron-412 tons Plaster-144
chaldrous Coal-1017 boxes Raisins, cec. Sfe.
'Arrived at Dartmouth 17th itit. sch Emerald, Storms,
from St. Jago tde Cuba. Cat.- Storms chartered the inm-
erald at St. Jago, to bring home a part of the cargo of
the brig Gen. Marion, which was w-ceked on the Hog.
sties in the gale of the 3d September on the passage o from
Maracaibo for New York. The General Marionlt d a car-
go of ecooa, fustic, and some specie ;-a part of thile cocoa
was taken out, damaged,and landed on Peggy Island, one
of the Cape de Verds, and also the specie, excepting one
bag containing five or six hundred dollars. which burst
while endeavoring to draw it up from the bottom of the
cabin (which was nearly full of water)sand fell through in-
so the ses. Capt. S. left .the wreck ill a boat with two
men on the iuth, (leaving the mate and four men oin
board) and arr at St. Jago de Cubs on the 17th. Oni his re-
turn the wreck had disappeared. Those left tsabk the,
smallbcat, and were nicked up on the 17th, by abrig from
Plhiladelphia sanld carried to Port an Prince.

An official copy of the following Note from the
Marquis of Londonderrv to Mr. Rush, our Minis-
ter at London, has been received at the Depart-
srent of State :-
Foreign Office, 30th1 July,1821.
JIFThe undersigned, his Malesty's principal Seeretar y of
State for Foreign Affairs, bas the honor to acquaint Mr.
Rush, that the death of Napoleon Bonaparte renders it
no longer necessary to restrict the communication of
foreign vessels with the island ot' St. Helena, and that
they are accordingly now atlilberty tr ,conmunieate with
that Island, in tle same manner and under the same reg.
nations as applied to' their intercourse with the Island
previous to the detention there of Napoleon Bonaparte.
In requesting Mr. Rushto communicate this information
to tlIe gioveruimuent of the United.States, the undersigned
avails himlrelf of this opportunity to renew to him the
assurances of his high consideration.
Rulhiu Ruji, E:q. &,,ie. ", j

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on Monday, two men having .ies on board, if tlse yel-
low lever since her arrival from the Eastward.
Extract of a letter, received by a Commercial.
lHouse im Charleston, S. C. by sch. Eliza, Capt.
Matanzs, 27th Sept. llfl.-Three horrible events have
just taken place. Three American vessels-two of them
coming int-viz. the brig Johnl Smith, and the schooner
Milo, of Bristol-the other the sloop L'olletor, of Rhode
Island, bound oit. Aaredeen captured at thle entrance of this
harbour, by a lauih etted'wait-here and manned by nine
villains, viz. one Portuguese, six Spaniards and two Eng-
lishmen. They killed the captain and two men of theschr.
pndl then ordered her to the northward-theymuirdered all
the criew of the brig, opened their entrails, hanged then by the
ribe to the masts, and afterwards sttjfreto the vesselarcd all
were consumed! [This must be incorrect as Captain Da.
vis, of tshipEngle, arr.'at quarantine on Tdfesday last, re-
ported the John Smith *as having arrived at Havana
1st inst.] The sloop was more fortunate-the pirates
contented themselves with severely eating the crew and
plundering her of the most valuable artie:es en hoard-they
then collected the combustiblesand set them on fireand left
her. hoping as in the case of the brig to eonsusie vessel
.ind crew together, but these last fortunately had strength
sufficient to take to her long boost, and lave safely got back
to Matanzas.
"On their arrival they applied to the Governor for pro-
tection., andaftersome delay. he allowed the Amerienis in
the place to armin pursuit ofthe pirates. Three boats fuil
set out in quest of them, and after a cruize of 36 hours,
uhave just returned without success."
A letter from Captain L;thgos, of brig George, eon-
firms the account in oar last of his Ihaving been robbed.
The amount he was robbed of was 8050 dollars, and
from 60 to 90 boxes candles.
Captain Waterman of seh. Eliza Pigott, of New York,
has been robbed at St. Thomas. of 4000 dollars, in doub.
loons, by his steward. It is said the government took no
regular steps to prevent his escape.
A quantityof new furniture, afloat, was seen latter end
of Sept. lat. 22, Ion. 71, and four chairs picked up.
A letter from St. Burts, mentions, that the brig Ocean. of
Boston, was supposed to have gone to sea, in the late hur-
ricane-sech. Win. & Nancy, of New Haven, was lost, one
man saved.

Al Rio Janeiro. August 30th, ship Talbot, Bates, of
Alexandria, to sail for St Salvdhor inl 6 days. Brig Mians
uhactor, 'rintuiel, touched at Rio, and to sail for Santos
with a cargo of salt from Cadiz. Ship Constitution,
M'Rea. so Norfoilk. uncertain wlien to sail or where il.x;
sclh EleaIlor, H. Simones, to sail for Buenos Ayres, i n 10
days; ship .Maria Tufton, Kennard, discharginii cargo,
uncertain when to sail; ship Little Cherub, MiKeever.
corniemneed discharging cargo, uncertain when to sail;
brig Vild Gnsse, ,ice, to sail for Montevideo in 10 drys.
ship Geu Brown, Skiddy. arr from Callo, Lima, on the
16thi Aug. in 38 days, with 72 passengers, the Ex-Vice
King onse of the nuilber, andi reports that GelerlM St
ilas tisn wat at Pasco with ten thousand men under arms.
The Gen Brown was convoyed from Callio by the Coln-
stellation triL-te. A brig arrat ew hours previ uis to
she Jililniu s'-liing from haltimore. I do not rrinenier
the second part of her namre-Wright was the first name,
nd n very shalip vessel. Markets at Itio Janeiro over-
stnclkedm with SFlour, ind nominal price i. mil! rers, as no
sales could be affected even at any price owing to the
great quantity contiimahy arriving.
At Halilx llth inst. schs. Albion, and Alert, retailing
flour at 5dis. The White Oak, tor Portsmuuti, sailrd 3
days before.
At St. Ubes, 13thl ult. ship Shamrock, for Wiscasser, 2
At Holmes' Hole, on Tuesdiy morning, brig Fenwick,
from Uost i ; slitin p Gro. Washington, do. do.; bi ig Co-
liumbia, 16 days roin lMttitizeis, air.,n Sundaiy. At Edgar-
towsrn, same afternoon, no vessel. except brig Dolph n.-
Slch. El.iza Jane, hence, for Phila. saieid night Itobre--
also slops ismtor, 'rom Finirfield hor Salem, and--,
Baaigs,irom N.York for Bosliitn.
- AtlHyanni on Monday vering, sdhell. Heros, Norris, fr.
Halifax for New York, havinlT lost liher fueto minast gai:ng
in, aud sloo p Uniiin. front Bosti laor Providence.
At Trinidad Sept. 19, Fraiieit,Carr. ta r Bristol,(R. I.)
Collector, Charleston, 4 ; nMeaellsc. 0lo do ; Forinae fir.
N. just anr. ; Hatinah, ostit, 8; Galaxy. Keritois, sdo.
tinse.; sooti elieo .Johniisi, frour dto. ; brigs Sarah Maorio,
WsVili m, andi Thiits, Ricr, fron o, s. di,. ; sell. Jubilee,
Hilt, of Saco.for lhiistol.(l. .) 10.
At St. Trhoina, Spt. 2r tie Union, of Mnrblehscad, dis.;
thi' Idetrieve, of Castine, sailed day bsfire-N. pitlie, of
Prt ulnd. for St. Domingo City, atd Liberty, of Boston,
lor CanieHis) tien, sailed 8 or 9 days before.
At .tiir'-o.i0. *21 days since. Hope, Boston, next day ; Ons-
ln do.l n'utl 10 ; Johl, Newbiiryport,5 or f ; Abthcorir, Ful
grr. N. Yor k, 4.
At ifavan., 2d inst. Trio. Boton. 2; Dolphin, do. 3;
Betsey, Eel Is, do. 2 Palatox. IC ; Louisa, dise; Fictor,
not soll; Geirge, Potlaindil, iune.
At St.T'lh'iiua, Sept. 24, ship Sally. Glidlden, fur Turks
Islmil, f''w d;ays ; hrigs Aliet, of o 'iPorlosd, for St. Doiuin.
go.do). Rsth. Itobinson, of do. fhr Hondiras 3. 27th., Sil-
l. loitonui,unc. ; Amity, Port sit Plait. 29th ; hirig --
hi inalihreys. disc. Brig St. Chair sailed 25th, for St. Croix,
trom wlhence she Nsradiriven out os theta 12ti, wili lis oh'
hlles .nitblorus and loung boat. Sch. Waltier sailed 27th for
At S. Pierres, about 2.3 days since, Tin Brother%, ho,-
toit, 3 orl; brigOliver,'1hliu0| til, fur York, 10; schi. 'Try.
al, of ltristol. Ni. br llusitoun, lu.
A i Pernatbiot, Sept. 12, brigi Siork, for the river St.
Francisco, 10. to receive the cargo oft' the Thiree Sisters
Edward, 57 dly fromn Salem arr. 7th.

AtStorInam Sept. 23, ilener,7Boston, t or 5 ; Mary
Eliza, do. 15 ; Fume, Charles, Roll", Warren, and Slralh
Ani, waiting cargo; Lydia R Margaret, Prr.sidence, 5 ;
Beavet. do 15s ship Niutra Iity.Gordotn Porllard. juist a, ;
brig Thomas. oo,u Boston, do. The Agawani, for do.
sailed 6 doays brfre.
At Caipe Haytin. beginning of Oct. Only Son.Bnston. 10 ;
Somintrs, do. 5 ; Favori.e. of Sa lem, fr B it.f ; Success,
of do. for Goniive, 5. Bi- Leo, Gr il. of tlit port, for
P. ou Princl sailed sn-oi day. 3d list. iOnlyS is, in :
schs. SeinreC. ERton, ol Pu.otland, for Wilmington ready
or sea, (on her (' i, 1. I., ... 1 ,- ., .. s rob-
bed ofa er ie .. .a .. r i .... .. Balt.
6; .1i T..L... i:i .... l' 5rinsoniih, fei'e Charleston,
di"., ,- r 'and ... ai* n B .t r.
Seh. Ca iden, Pr. liis, of C.mdeon fir St.Jr go, sailed on
the 2d.
At St.John, N.B. bout 7th inst. shs. Caroline8& Nancy,
Foster, for N. Yorl, 2 ; Lvwis, Seri's, do. 6 ; Nany, Crowell,
do. do., Freetown Allen, frnn m TESSl.;i SPt KiTs.
By brig Mary. Ceipt. Sitih, on her passage from New
London to Florea,. tle Ianniil ri ,t'rtrr.h, 70 da;yis out,
no oil ; Pacific, f and fero .. ..I- .. ,i:.." d- ys out, no
oil; and had bo:irded a wreck, deserted, ind foil of water,
ladenn with iniuber and allied tfile A merica of Brunswick.
Sept. 5. at 35, 32, Ion 40, srh Margaret Freenids.. At-
wood, from Boston aonu -" I ,.1 .., .. had got 150 lbbis
Set. 29, lit 38, 44. I. '. i It, 3George & Susan, 6
da)' from N'ew Bedford bound on the coastof P'ern.
Sept. 30, ota. 2. 52, ,on. 61, sch. Mary Ann, 9 duys front
Poriltnd bor Guadalouilpie.
Oct. 9.at. 36 13.1on. 71. n sell. shlewing n whi:e flag. with
the letter P. snd two black bails, from Wiscasset for.Ha-
Oct. 15. Cac Coil N W o0 miles, brig Rising States, 2
days front Portinioutih for Mt'tiniquc.
Oct. 11. off thl Chesapeake, in 13 fatloms water, U. S.
ship lIoronei.
Ot. 6, lat. 40.44. Ion. 58; 3.s a pinh stern sch. from Bos
ton for Malagn.
Oct. 8, lai. 41, lon. 062, 30, brig Rambler, 4 days from
Boston tbr Buenos Ayres.
Sept. 3o. lot. 34, 34, Ion. 73,50, sech. Jane, Emery, 6 days
from Port ai Prince tor Rticlltrond.
Oct. 01, in the South Channel, brig St. Clair,-- ofBos-
to firr Baltionirf.
In Iat. I1. 40, ion8.38.20, seb. Franklin, Foster. 17 days
from Boston for Martinique. .
The brig 2 ays from lBoston, spoken by capt. Tilden,
from Brazils, was'the Coneord.of Babh.
Lat. 20, Iol. 66, 4, seh. Woolivith. o Bath, hence.
Lat. 36. lon. 73,30, b.ig Abigail, of Newburyport, 2 days
from the Catpes of Virg.
Sept. 29 nlt. 39, Ion. 59, ship Geo. &. Susan, 6 days fr.
New Bedford.
Lat. 36, 30, brig James Monroe, from Havana for this
Oct. 14, 11 lea. SE. of Cape Cod, brig Magnet.
Brig Pizarro,from New London,arr at Flores in! 3 days"
i'asqage-all well. -
The Morgiint, Hall, hence, at. a! Cadiz in 31 days.
Ship Charles, of this port, with 1260 bbis oil, hasarr. at
The pirate Benavides, in a vessel of 3 guns and o0 men,
ailted from Aranco June 12, to intercept vessel of any na-
tion. He hatd eaptrc_! an Am.sthip and brig, latter said to
lte called the Louisa. 'The Br. friga te Crecle had gone'i
quest of this imarander.
Seh.Humhird, -Collins, was to sail from Malaga Sept. 1,
for Chrleston,
Brig Packet, ofNewburyport, as aor.' at Nice.
Brig Mary has sailed from Gibraltar for Malaga.
Ar. at Bristol, R. I. 17th inst. brig Maria, Lawton,6
days from Cronstadt. and 45 from Elsineur.
Ar. at New-London 14th inst. ship Corvo, Ranny, 30
days from St. UliUbes,
Arr. at Salem, 18th inst. seh Alexander, Dean, Para, 31;
brig rutus, Emery, Porto Bico, 22. Cl. ship Two Broth-
ers. Messerves, Indin.
Ar. at Eastport, since 8th, Commerce and Despatch,
Boston; Black Prince, Portsmouth, The Mary,'lor New-
buryport, was to sail 14th-Leander, Portland, ready for
sea 13th.
The following schs. have arr. at Provincetown, from
whalingvoyages off the Western Islands :-Nero. Smalley,
260 bbls. sperm; Neptune, Cook, do. do.; Sophronia,
Smith, 80; Minerva, Soper, 220.
Arr. r Charleston. S. C. Oct. S. brig Collector, (of Bristol)
Church, 14 days from Tritnidad, Cuba. Cl. ship Fama,
Berry, Liverpool.
Sailed front Alexandria 14th Oct. ship Thomas Wilson,
for Amsterdam ; brig Adams, Rich, Boston ; seh. Hancock,
Ryan, Cape Haytien.
Arr, at Richmond 12th inst, brig Washington, Doliver,
St. Thomas; Boston Packet, Emery. Port au Prince.
CI.at Petersburg, Virg.,llthiust. brig Rabert,Steel, fur
Cosees and a market.
Arr.at Elizabeth City, N. C. Oth inst. seh. Peacemaker,
Hunter, Guadaloupe, 20. Cl. ach. Ann, Bray, St. Do-
Brig Gallego, Snow,hence, arrat Baltimnre in 5 days.
NEW YORK, Oct. 16-A rived brigs Aurilla, Howland,
Lishbon 50 via Madeira, 38; Litile John, Perkins, Mar-
tinique, and 22 days from St. Eustatia; Wilson, Cor-
rie, Liverpool, 54; Harriet Smith, Tufts, St. Thormas, 2;
seli. Macdononogh,Autger, Curacoa. 15. Cl.ships Canton,
O'Sullivan, South America ; Manhattan, Crocker, Liver.
pool; rig Azores. Nichols, Machias.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 15-Arrived ship Rising Sun,
Taubner, Gibraltar, 36 ; brigs Margaret, Hal., Havana,
12 ; Mary, MTcPlersin, St. Thomas, 17 ; MilotYork, St.
Andrews, 10; schs. Lydia. Breed, Fyal, i 50; Reaper,
Loring, St. Andrews, 9 ; Triton, Arey, Frankfort, Me. 10 ;
Aretas, Prince, Portlasd, 7. Cl. sch. Regulator, Luce,,
Boston. 35th,arr.brig Junius, Diniton, Rio Janeiro. 40 ;
seh. Ajax Shalt1, Havana. Cl. brig Win. & Thomas, Dob-
son, Si. Thomas; sch. Good Friends, McAllister, Portau
Prince sch. Hyder Ally, Adams. Portsmouth.
BALTIMORE. I0t. 13-Arrived ach

rr brig Gallego. Snows3oston, s isazard, Sylvtester,
Plmol.o; SuperirWe n. M"agnez, P.R. Cl.
c Gen Jckson, Porter, Havana Nepahele, Snow, do ;.
Gen. Srieer, Harrison, Gonaives; Alexander. Howe I,
Ciirrcoa; Sanel Smith, Sayward, Matanzas, Fountain,.
Hlill, Boston and Portland.

Fatherless and Widow Society.
T HE fifth annual meeting of the Fatherless tnd
jI Widow'b Society." will be on WEDNES-
DAY, 24th inst. at the Boylston-Hall, at 3 o'clock
P. M. for the choice of Officers, payment of sub-
scriptions, settlement of accounts, se. &c. And
in the evening an Address will be delivered by
SAt'L L. KNaPP, Esq. with Prayers by Rev. Mr.
SIARBP, and several pieces of Music suited to thie
occasion, when a collection will be made in aid of
the Charity. Services to commence at' past 6
o'clock. oct20

Handel and Haydn Society.
N adjourned meeting of the above Society 'ill
A be held at Boylston-Hall TO-MORROW
EVENING, to commence at 6 1-2 o'clock, pre-
Holes ol'Season Tickets, will h13 admitted on
tiis evening. JOS. LEWIS, Sec'y.
oct 20

T HE members are hereby notified, that their
first Concert will be at the Pantheon, Bayls-
tou-square, THIS EVENING, to commence at

7 o'clock, precisely. Tickets for subscribers, at
Mr. GRAUPNER'S Music Store, Franklin-street.
Oct 20 WM. COFFIN, jun. Sec'y.
T HE members of the ancientt and Ionorablc
Artillery Company, detached for Artillery
duty, anti all others of the Company who feel dis-
posed to attend, are hereby notified, thattlere will
be a meeting of the Company, on MONDAY after-
noun next, at o'clock, at the Laboratory, for the
purpose of drilling with field pieces, according to
Lallemand's system.
oct 0o tf A. 0. WINSLOW, jun. Clerk.

T HE subscriber would respectfully inform the
TLadies and Getlemen of Boston, that his
Scllool for instructing in the Theory andPractica
of Vocal Jlifsic, is open for their reception in
Cornhill-square, on the same floor with, and oppo-
site to Mr. Brown's Drawing Academy.
The School is opened for one term only, com-
prising thirty-two evenings, or lessons-two eve-.
nings per wieek-T'uesday atun Thursday, instead
of Monday and Thursday evenings. Terms of tu-
ition, &e. may be learned at the rroom ou the eve-
nings Ashove i named.
Those who wish to become members of this
School, are requested to call next Tuesday eve-
ning, U5d inst. as the term will then connnence,'
and, of course, will closu with each individual at
the sp.me time. J. BAILEY.
oct 20

PrERSONS holding Subscription Papers for the
j7 Lile of Capt. JAMtsS WILsoN, are requested
to return tilhem to the Publisher No. 14, Newbury.
street,orn tothle ook Sto'le of Munuroe & Francies.
octoliel 20

Fr IHFDedhaam Stage, ii ill irun e'verv day in the
t \cck (except Sulunday,) imit l;srnatl's, No.
9, ElIn-slrc-et, .t 3 o'elck, I' I. and Gragg kt
Alden's, at Dednamn, tt 4 7 A. M. dun ril winter.
Fare 50 Ceuts. JOHN ELI ,IS.
ect '20
J1T CE is hereby given, that the
1 subscriber sAs been duly appoilntued :ndmiuia-
trator to the estate of
late of Grotln, in thi; county of' Middlesex, single-
womili, th ceased, insltatae, ald lias taken upons
liiumsell that trust,by gitci bonds as the laIw directs.
All person lins tg dein.hiiida ru1i the estate ofl tihe
said deceased, atre eqiuiiild to exhiibit the sante;
and all personau iuidebted to a:id estate, are called
upon to make payroent to
Groton, October 161, 1821.

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For Canton.
The new coppered brig COMET,
Richard Baker, master, tj'jamin Shrove,
supercargo, will sail for Canton, on the
25thl inst. Specie w ill be taken out to be
invested, and brought home ithe brig
on reasonable terms. Aptuls to PICIE iIING
CO. No. 24, India-wharf. istf oct 20
For Liverpool,
The fast sailing and staunch Brig
DIDO, 3 years old, burthen '20 tons,
having part of her cargo engaged, will
sail for the above port on thel st No.
vember,weather permitting. For freight
or passage having gund accommodations, apply to
JAMES YOUNg, No. 4, Lendall-street.
eptiif ct20

A l'No. 17, Lonngz--.carf,
Have landing from brig Federal George, ti-om
510 bbli. beat new Howard.street superfineFlour,
96 do. do. do. do. line do..
64 A bbls.do. do. do. superfine d(o.
40 bblls, white Wheat Fiour;, lor families.
22 3 bbls. do. do. do. 5
554 bbls. new wharf superfine Flour.

For Baltimore,
rThe regular trading brig FEDERAL
GEORIGE, Josiah Field, master, will
sail in a few days. For freight or pas-
sige, apply as above.
oct 17 2spis
For N'orth-Carolina.
.-ON The new and fast sailing schooner
SAL1.Y DAVIS, Capt. James Chase,
master, will sail soon, for Elizabeth
City, Edenton, Plymouth and Windsor,
having half her cargo engaged. For
remainder of freight, or .passage, having excellent
accommodations, which will be taken on the most
reasonable terms, apply to tile master on hoard, at
Bixby & Valentine's wharf, or to ORPHEUS
-IOLMES, No. 5, Fish-street. oct 20
For City Point and Richmond.
'The staunch fine Packat schooner
BOXER, Woodburv, master, will sail
STO-MORROW. For trieight or pas-
sage, apply to JOHN AYERS, No. 30,
a Long-wharf.
Who has for srle, .
Landing from sch'r Globe-superior Flour, of
Haxall's brand.
...IN STORE...
Richmond City mills Flour ot Haxall's, Mayo's,
and Cunningham's brand, all of new wheat, and
warranted of the primest quality 40 hhds. of long
leaf James' River Tobacco. oct )20
UMINER &I MERIAM have removed to No.
14.Kilby-street, (up stairs) where they offer
forsale an assortment of Seasonable Goods, among
which are /
Sbales fig'd Flannels ; I ce Worsted [lose,
1 do. Lambs \Vooldo.; 1 do. 4-4 Irish Linens,
Black, blu and .mix'd Broadcloths and Cassi-
meres; Sattenecttsl, c. ep2w oct 20
moved from No GCentral-wharf to No. 26,
India st. Im oct 20
Molasses, Flour, Oil, &c.
A.dia-street, offer fuo sale,
60' hhds. prime Molasses,
800 bbls. superfine and line Flour,
.60 casks Rice,_
20 'ido. Summer strained Sperm Oil,
5 do.' Winter pressed do. do.
80 bbls. racked Whale do.
75 boxes Sperm Candles. 2w oct 20

Fresh Fruit and Wine.
F OR Sale, landing from bhig Paragon, in a short
passage from Malaga,
1400 casks Sun Raisins i S0half ro. do.
Inu rI l l". i I : ,qr .alsk- Mi d \. ine
W'ri-'ni SL. U BRIDGE, No. S htrktnras B,,iiiI
irgs. ,-ce .',

"2j QUINTALS Streights Cured Fish, for
qt sale by LADD & BARNES, No. 2,
South-side the Market. Also, 50 hbls. new Hax-
all Flour. I p oct 20
3 11 h CHESTS Souchong Tea; cargo of the
0I J ship Volunteer, for sale by BORD-
MAN & POPE, No. 37, India-wharf. oct 20

Central-wbarf, have for sale. landing front
brig Silvester Haley-100 bbls. -Flour, Gallago's
brand, from new wheat; 50 kegs No. 1 Tobacco,
8 hands.
fromn sch. Globe,-90 kegs No. 1 Tobacco, 8
hands, J. G. Ege's brand.
In Store-800 kegs prime Richmond Manufne-
tured Tobacco, of various brands, 8 hands to the
pound, oct C20

AKER U HODGES, No. 30, India-street,
have for sale,
Claret Wine, itt casks and bexes ; Lisbon do.'
French Sallad Oil, in boxes, baskets, and half
Sweet Olive Oil, in casks,
French Corks, in sacks of3S0 and 1000, entitled
to delhinture. oct 20,
To the Honorable Thomias Dawes,
Esquire, Judge of the Courit of Probate, within
the county of Suffolk, in the Commonwealth of
T HE petition of Joseph Urann, of Boston, in the
T county ot Suffolk, administrator of the goods
and estate of Elijahl Stedman. late of Boston, afore-
said, deceased ,'intestate, humisbly shews, that the
just debts which the said deceased owed at the
time of his death, as the same has been exhibited to
said administrator, amount to the sum of thirteen
hundred sixty-nine dollars and fifty-one cents.
The personal estate of the said deceased, as the
same has beer. duly exhibited into the Probate Of-"
fiee, amounts to tlie sum of eleven hundred and
fifty-eight dollars.
There is altlowved to the said administ rator, for
debts paid,fimneral expenses, debts inmcurm'red during
the last sickness of said deceased, allowance made
to the widoa-, and charges of administration, the
sum of four hundred thirteen dollars and thirty-
sunecents ; and thec balance remainingin lis hands,
falls short of discharging the said debts, by the sum
ofsix hundred and three dollars and seventy-three
The real estate of the said deceased, consisting
of a wooden dwelling-house, with the land thereto
belonging, situate ito South Russell-street, in said
Boston, wilh the privileges thereto beloging, has
been appraised at two thousand dollars, about
three acres of land, with a small hiouseand barn, sit-
uate in Needham, in tIe county of Norfolk, has
been appraised at six hundred and fifty dolhn's,
subject to the widow's dower therein.
'Wherefore your jietitioner p1rays, that he may
be empowered :td licensed to sell so much of the
real estate of said deceased, subject to said dower,
as will raise a sum sunfi eie.t for the paym ent of said
debts, and incidental charges.

Suffolk, ss. At a Court of Probate, holden at Bus-
Stoi, veinlis the said county, on Monday, the fif-
teethh day ofOctcbsi, A- D. 18l1.
Upon the petition aflbresaid, of Josephl Urann,ad-
miaistrator of tihe' goods and estate of Elijaui Sted-
man, late of saidI Bloston, trader, deceased, intest.te,
Ordered, that the said Joseph Uranin, adlministra-
tor as aloresaid, notify ail persons interested there-
in, to appear at a Court of Probate, to be holden

SatBoston, within the said county, on Monday, the
twelfth day d November next, by giviugtileni per-
sonal noticeofhue patilioni aforesad,iwvtlli this or-
der thereon, or iby advertisement thereof three
weeks successively, in the newspaper called the
Colundbian Centinel, printed in Boston, the last
publication to be three days, at least, betfre the
said twelfth day of November, aforesaid, when and
where they may be heard concerning the same.
THOMAS DAWES, Judge of Probate.

UST received by WM. LINCOLN, No.2, IIE connexion in businessof the subscribers,
Old State House--Buffilo Robes, of the best under the firm of MOSES HALE & CO.
qnalitS tfi'isaie by the bIle or single ; MIen's and is by mutual consent dissolved. All accounts of
Boys Futr Caps and Gloves. is2m oct 20 the company will be adjusted and settled by 'I ILLs-
-- vTON, WHai'hL I HALE.
h ENRY CUTTER &A CO. have received per WILLIAM TILESTON,
1 the WVave, 17 packages FRENCH GOODS, oct 3, 1821. OLIVER M. WiHIPPLIE.
which they offertfor sale. --"
Also, per Swiftsure, from Bremen, Silk Vel- Copart,?ership.
vets, assorted, and Linen Tapes. The subscribers have formed themselves into a
oct 20 cf S3wis company under the firm of

fAor the purpose of manufacnuring GUN POWDER,
ISAAC SCHOLFIE LD, and will continue the business at the works lately'
NVo. 12I-, KILBY-STIREET, oceutied by Moses Hale k Co. T'iey are also
H AS just opened-9 bales Brussells Carpeting. erecting a mnnnufactory to go into operation the
/lso, Venetian atd KidderminsterCarpeting ntnd next season, in a situation immediately conneected
Vilton Rugs. Saved list blue Cloths, entitled to with the Middlesex Canal, pon a plan sufficiently
debenture ; assorted Cloths ; Queeps Cloths ; Pe- extensive to accomnlish- with despatch, any orders
lisse Clothl', Cc. istf oct 20 which may he received.
'INE Thread Laces and lEdgings; extra long oct 16, 1821. )DAVID HALE, Jr.
F white Kid Gloves ; white, black and colored
Habit do. ; plain and penrl'd edge Taffety Rib- Boston and Chelmsford GUN POWDER, man-
-bonus ; soft Satin do. ; Garniture do.; Merino ffcmtuirehd hby- T'LESTON, Wilri'ltl HALE, con-
Trimmnings ; linen Camtrics and Handkerchiefs- stantly on hIand, and all orders promptly executed
just received and for sale at No. 61t Cornhill, by by DAVID HALE, Jr. No. 7, Kilby-street, agent
oct2S JAMES RUSSELL. for the company. oet 20

MERINO SIhIAWLS. JVew Practical Arithmetic.
tt AVE just received I case of Merino Long A,'o. 75, CORENHILL,
ShIIwls, containiur white, scarlet, amaranth, i and'a al AVE lately published, the second edition of
black. Also, several scarlet and white Imitation STANIFORD'S PRACTICAL. ARITHMETIC,
Cashmere Long Shawls ofelegant patterns, in whlichs the Rules are rendered simple in the opa-
1 case 4-4,7-4, and 8-4 red and white Merino ration, and illustrated by it variety of useful ques-
Shawls, containing a very rich aud extensive va- tions, calculated to give the pupil a full knowledge
rie.t. oet 20 of figures, in their application t rade and busi-
ness ; adopted principally to Federal Currency;
ELEGANT LO.N'DONV CLOTHS. designed as anr assistant to the Preceptor in comm'u
S WM. C-. tALL, i tonWie tsg, and to thie Pupil in acquiring the science
\o. 34,r B OD.S7TI ET'i.-f-U S r'an of : 'l,,.r,:,,, to which is added-a new and con-
0, lR OADSR lY- STAiS, cbise system of BOOK-KEEPING, both by Single
-AS for sale, received by the London Packet, and Double Entry ; the former calculated for the
.jot'00 pieces extra real Vest of Englarnd Broadn- use o traders in Retail Business, Farmers and Me-
cloths and Kerseymeres, ltaishionhble colors, tr chtanics; and thIe latter fori Whosesale Domestic
Great ,Cot, Stoats oStOS, ts, Pantasotins and and Foreig, Trade, as conducted in the United
Vests; 2 pieces extra fine blue Ladies' Cloth. llie States. The whole designed tfor the use of Schools
above were selected from the best'manulieto'ies and Acadesiies. By DA t6.E STAsOitE, A. M.
in Gloucestershire, Sinmersetshire and Wiltshire, Author of the Art of Readinmig, and the Elenients of
and is the largest assortment r.f extra fine. Cloths English Grammar. Tantumn sciemus, quan-ium
and Kerseymeras ofbfeed in this market for many mnmoria tenenius.
years. 900 pieces fashionable Vestings ; 70 pieces
black Tabby Velvet; 100 pieces Cotton Shirting; ADVFERT1.SEA[EsVT.
48 pieces English Fling Hdkfs.; superior black andi To the question c uimonly asked, on the appear-
be Tiststi. tsai Sei Silk dh ant ance otr ne w book, Is there anyv t hiag iesw in it ?"
black Coat Buttons ; Coat Binding, &c.; Coats, the author replies, that althoungli tie subject of A-
Pantaloons and Vests. rithmetic can admit but little novelty, yet in this
Alsc--4 cases and I trunk BOOKS, latest Lon- treatise there is something new.
lion editions ; Shakspere's Plays; Cumberland's T general rules in mot of the Artmetics used
British Drama Priestlev's Bible; Blair's Ser- iri our schools, are too synthetical for the young
mons and Lecturess te. -c. which tintice is ofter- A'itlhmsetitian. They contain too many principles
ed 33 to 75 less than appraised at the Custom lender together, unaccompanied with sufficient
house on oath, by Mr. Williain Hilliard of the ducidations. The scholar, therefore, is in danger
hlate firiof Cummingsk & Hillit-d, Booksellers, of passing over many essential parts, without
C.aml.-id -nld iosnon. All the papers, with the fllycomprehending them. One design therefore
invoice, said to be so very low charged,) and the ofus tctop i th e Analysis of these ge
arimt getlene ereqaste to inspect at rules, resolving them into their simple consitu-
my Store. Orders solicited lor any Books or Sta- ct parts, illustrating them by easy practical ques-
tionary, at the prices ente-red at the Custom House, tious. -
for a single copy or any number cctcopies, which As the work, also, is principally designed to fur-
will be executed wsith pleasure at tlse above.low nish a system of Practical Arithdmetic, all mathe-
Srates, and warranted genuine editiois, direct from atical demoustratims are purposely omitted, to
the puhhshers. All orders received by the 1st of give placeto clear illustrations of the rules by easy
December will be executted, and the Books impcr- exunples, and such as tend to prepare the scholar
tedl in the London Packet. for business; referring those, who wish to acquire
Clothes made in the latest London fashion, andh.l knowledge of the higher branches of the Mathe-
best manner, as above. oct 20( natics ii those elaborate, those useful parts of the
PaPER HA/GINGS. science, to authors pa rticuarly designed for the
PJIAPERl H AJ dVG pur-.ose. This omissious will leave tfr the instructor
J. HI, THAYER, enough for the exercise of his skill in explaining
No. 7. JlARLBHORO'-,ST'RFE', the nature ofeach rule to the pupil, as h advances
TTAS received by the recent arrival i'a-ot i-lavre, in his pursuit, and becomes capable of compreliend-
Hii| his complete fall supply of FRENCH PA- those abstruse parts of the science. The instructor
1'1l. HANGINGS, consisting of assorted cases, is left, also, to supply at his discretion, various ad-
cuntaining ftom 40U to 600 rolls cheap PAPERS, ditionta questions tor exercise in the application of
flr the country trade. the several rutes.
Also-a large assortment of the latest andi most Tie wloie arrangement of the work is fotuned on
elegant PARIS PAPERS, figured andt plaint, with, the natural dependence of the several parts on eacl
rich gilt and ru6-.i;g i,..til i', &c. &c. other tor their respective operations.
net In executing tile work notliing superfluous hlas
been inserted, and I wothiag omitted, ttat would coon-
fV 0 E--'E 5t4.~-YeE T7'7 .. "tribute to crlfecrt-s'Idesugi, and renaer it service-
I E S I' I r d, le ..,'i.d clir lit.- 6eC ,. l'., hl,- able to youth. T.
IJ t; ..-t i S..l., Ie geese FesthiersL .Book Keeping. This useful branch of learning
Russian, Sicily and other common Feathers, has bewt almost totally neglected in our schools and
by the bale, o' in such quantities as families may academies. The teglect of a study, so essential to
want; Yarn Coverlets ; Rose and Point Blan- the best literary interestof youth, proves a materi-
kets ; Comfort-ables; Marseilles Bed Qnilts; Eng- at defct in the present system of education. It
lish white Clton Counterpianles ; fine and common may, perhalis, be attributable, in a great degrLe,
Bedicking ; green iand crimsonu Moreens; Frinl- to the wanst of a concise treatise on the subject, dl-
ges Tassels Chintz, Bed, Dimity, Caret and vested of thse nunierous difficulties wstich envel-
cushion tinlings; Curtain Pins ; Curtain ings; in mystery even e best system extat. So
Carolina Moss ; curled Hair, i&o. intricate and tedious are they, for the most part,
.Also--estI ltair Matttresses, of all sizes; best that even instructors themselves have been ueter-
Down and Feather Beds; common atld servants red fIrom given imnstructiou by them.
Beds, of all prices. The short system in this publication has been used
(L.jPassengcrs will always find cheap Crbin by the author with considerable success. It is nows
Mattresses, Sheets, Blankets, Rugs, Pillows and offered as an attempt to simplify the Art of Book-
Pillow Cases ready male. L Keeping, and to adapt it to the capacity ofyouth.-
For sale at the Bedling WFarehouse, 'No. 1 It is, aishfes such rules amnd explanatory remarks in
Ansi.stieet, near the market, by JOHN. K diseutminating the titlesof Dr. ns GCr. in journal-
SIMPSON, surviving partner of thIe lte firm of izinig, ad posting the several mercantile transac-
Pomroy k Simpson, where Carpets, Curtains, tions, as were thought bestca,culated to render ea-
&c. are cut and made, and all kinds of Upholstry sy andt clear a subject of so mach importance.
work executed in the best manner. Of such imniense benefit isthis partof science to
oct o0 4islos a young tnau of any respectable standing in society,
that no scholar should be permitted to leave school,
ERE CGIH GOODS. to become an apprentice either to a merchant, a
B AKER 6 HODCE, No. 30, India-sttreet mechanic, or even to a farmer, without a thorough
AKveR HODE, No. 30, deceived per stbrig eet knowledge of the principles and forms of Book-
S ve r sale,just received pebrig ve Keping, as on his Knowledge of this art essentialu-
Whie, black and scarlet, fine Merino Fr ly dpends the security of all the fruits of his in-
Shite, blh adg son litet fi Merino Fringe, lustry through life. Many mechanics and farmers
Super.extra long,whitHabit,undressed, dark have lost har' their earnings by neglecting to make
Gentlemen's astr d). Glos regular entry of their daily transactions; And
White and black Crapes, even wealthy merchants have become the nmelan-
Lmite anmbrics, Crapest, choly objects of penury and distress, through the
Linen Cambries, assorted, same neglect.
Gallons ; black Taffeta, same iueglect.
ch Gallooige Garniture gibbons oct 20 The best interest of youth would be essentially
Rich figured Garniture i6bbons. oct0O promoted, were this important branch of science
VITRIOL .N'D A q./1FOR T1S introduced into our schools, and to constitute a
S pronmineut part of their education.
CARBOYS Oil V;triol ; 100 do. Aquatlor- The work, with its trilling errors, is now present-
3 J01 tis, warranted equal to any imported- ed to the public, in confidence that it will meet the
flor sale by ANDREW J. ALLEN, No. 66, State- acceptance it deserves. The authlio asks that pat-
street. ct20 roniagenOl, to which it is etnitled by its real tiier-
its. If a better treatise cant be found, let it be f'ee-
LA.dXD l 'G ly adopted ; ""At si nonI rectius iuvenirepotes, hoc
F ROM sclir Globe, lt0t bbls. Haxall's FLOUR. utere mecum." -
oct 20 BOSTON, Oc'runtuEi 8, 1818.
At the A~anamAl Meeting of time Associated ln-
.To thle Honorable San'i P. P. Fay, structors of youth in the town of Boston, .and else-
Esqnire, Judge of the Court of Probate, in and where," the following Report of ,1 Commitee was
for the county of Middlesex, in tlhe Commnion- made and accepted, az:--
wealth of Massaclhusetts. The Cunittee appointed by the Associationu
T HE 'petition of John Abbot, of WVestford, in to examine a Ireatise, entitled, Practical Arith-
said county, Esquire, administrator of timhe cs- metic and a sahiort system of Beok-Keeping," by
tate ofSimon Hunt',late of'Westtbr'd. in said cnun. DASIEL STA1rAroRtD, A. M'. have attended to that
tv' of Middhlesex, deceased, intestate, humbly shows, service, after a careful exmiunation, are of opinion,
that the jest debts which the said deceased owed that it is a work, better calculated to thfcilitate the
at the time of his death, together with the widow's progress of youth, in these useful and important
allowance an! charges of administration including sciences, than any treatise of the kind of wliidi we
future probable charges, amount to the sum of have any knowledge.'
three hundred andi seventy-six dollars and eighty- (Signed) JONA. SNELLING,- Csit-
five cents; that the value of the personal estate of J. t. COTl'I.\G, te. o. i-
time said deceased, hv tIme inventory thereof dluly BENJAMIN 11LT,) tee.
exhibited into the Probate Office, is one hundred A true copy from thIe records andil tiles of tlhe
andi twelve dollars and tforty-two cents, and the Associationi
value of the real estate of said deceased, by the Attest, THIOS. PAYSON, Sec..1. I. ".
said inventory, is one hundred and fifty-eight dol-
lars. Wherefore your petitioner prays, that he Thie undersigned having attentively examined a
may be empIowered and licensed to sell so mtch of treatise on i* Book-Keepiog," by DANIEL STASs-
the real estate of said deceased, as will raise the FOstO, A. M. are of opinion that it is bettere calou-
sum of two hundred and sixty-four dollars and for- lated to give pupils a knowledge of the rudiments
ty-three cents, hesildes the sum ofthirty dollars for of this important science, than any one of the kind
incidental charges. JOHN ABBOT. we fiave hitherto seen.
i The introduction enutains a large number ofval-
Middlesex, as. At a Court ofProbate, holiest at nuable rules lorjjournalizingsaad posting, which are
Griton, in ands tor said coumuuty of Middlesex, on too often omitted ii treatises of this kind ; andl the
time sileitlh day of October, A. D. 1821. several accounts is the Waste-Book are s jldlic-
Upon thc plition atforesaid, this dany preferreiod iosy arranged as examples to each rule, thiat lhey
by the above named John Abbot, the administrator may be reatli.ly cuinprelcndled by the learner.-
aforesaid, Ordered, that lthe said administrator, We si.ioe-rely hope thiat. it will amve a general ci-
notify all persons interested therein, to appear at c' tioun in our schools and atcademies.
a Court of Probate, to be holdein at Concord, in J. CUTTING.

and for said county, on tile third 'Tuesday of No- oct20 EDWARD JEWVETT.
vmberb ,next, by aitlvetisement of the fori-egoinig ie-
lition with this order thereon, th: ,:e week sucrness- OUSE"S v J-" 11LVG11iAM.
ivcly in time newsarper called the Columbian Gen- nO be Let, for one os nore years, a pleasantly
tinel, printed at Boston, the last publication to o,, JS situated, ntodu'ro built Dwe,ling-house, ear-,
seven days, at least, beftre the said third Tuesday in the centre ithe town. Said House is large uand con-
November, whei atnd where they may be heard veuient, with a good celhl., ian excwelanwellolfwa.
concerning the same ; and make return under oath ter, gocdu.- waishinig ; and with slIn above may be
of his doings herein, unto said court. had a qus'ter of an acre of Laud, or more it desired.
SAM'L P. P. FAY, Judge of'Probate. Posessioru given inmneuadiatly. Inquiue of rTHOM-
Copy. Attest, ISAAG FISK, Register AS'ilAX'i Elt, Bitoi,or HENLi' TUAXTEI
of Hingham. epissw oct 6

.* ABLACK Taffeta CRAVATS,, of a su-
--4 peerior quality--for sale by JAMES
RIUSSLL, 61, Cornhill. oct 20 -
W M. LINCOLN, No. '2 Ol State House,
V uIrs just received a supply of Gentlemen's
Water-proof Beavcer Hats,
Do. do..imiiation Beaver do.
Do. fine plated do. do.
.Children's English Fancy Huts,
Gentlemen's English Buckskin Gloves,
Do. Frefih do.
Do. best Norway Doe and Beaver,
Do. For lined.for Winter,
Ladies'and Children's lined fleecy.
i; iseplm oct 20

-UST ireceived-I case WATCH LIGHTS.
1 the most convenient and safe one, which has
ever been invented"-for sale by A. J. ALLEN,
No- 66,'Sta'te-street. oct 20

C{- PIPES 'Schiedam Gin ; 50 bales New-Or-
r.u- 1_ CDtton-isst received and for sale by
1.1' ii. \iD D. TUCKER & CO. No. 32, Indlia-
street. oct 20

4 CASES Satins, Levantines, Cotto'i Fringes,
P4urties and Thread Laces-for sale at less than
cost and charges to close a consignment-by F. &
N. G. GAKRNES, Dr's Goods Broker, No.' Lin-
dail street. Sspis oct 13
'OULD inform her friends and the public,
W that the business of mending Glass, China
and Liverpool Ware with rivets or cement, is car-
ried on in Mr. Mackay's absence the same as
when lie was at home, at her house in Charter-st.
opposite Cops-hill burying place. Silver rivets
can be put in instead of brass when requested.
october 20
A HIOUSE and SHOP in l!road-street, on nad-
vantageous terms to the purchaser, occupied
by permanent respeetaie tenants.
,'lso-two lots of JLAND at West-Boston, one'
fronting on Merrimnak-st'eet and South Margin-
street. 40 fLeet on each by 120 feet in depth', situa-
ted near the new prison :-nne other- lot, 20 leet 4
inches on Pond-street, '20 fet 4 inches on North
Margin-street, 135 feet south on Cooper-street, and
fronting on a lot or square belonging to the town,
which may hereafter be probably used as a market.
-The above described "Estatess are considered as
of increasing value, thut may be obtained at low
rates, compared with former prices, and on ac-
commoidating terms as to payment. Apply to
THOMAS ENGLISH, at his Office, State-street.
oct 20 ep4w
r1O he Let on a lease, an elegant establishmentr
i. for a Boarding House, situate within a few
ros of the Maiket; it is now occupied as a Coffee
House, ana has a fine run of t ansiet custom and
a large number of respectable steady boarders.
Possession may be had immediately. There is a
good Stable connected with the establlishment, the
rent will be reasonable, good security will be re-
quired. Inquire at the Centinel Counting Room.
oct 20
O O small genteel family on!y-a good HOUSE,
i:ia pleasant situation, and at a reasonable
rent. Possession may be taken within ten days.-
Inquireat tlie Centinel Counting Room. oct 20
I BRICK Dwelling House, with one Parlour,
JI_ Kitchen, four Chambers, Wood House, Stable
and Garden, situate in Rainsford's-lhne. AI)ply to
THOS. HASKINS, at his Store near tlh promises.
October 20
A LARGE convenient and one of the best situa-
'ted Houses in the centre of the town, vellI
calculated for a boarding horuse.-Ilent reasonable
Inquire of SAMUEL HYDE, No. 3, Court-street.
october 2 '"
F ROM the Yard of the subscriber in Bcie n-st.
on -Monday, the 15th inst. a dark _red Cow,
twelve or thirteen years old, middle size, white
bag and rather short legs. Whoever will return
said Cow shall be haniuIsomely rewarded and all
charges paid. H. DELANO.
october '20
A HEALTIa Yyoung Woman, iitlh goo d recom-
meundations, and a iew breast of milk, wish-
es a situtition, as Wet Nurse. Inquire at the Cen-
tinel Counting Room. oct 20
'V OR Sale PEW No. 72, in the Rev. Mr. lBl-
i I hb.u's Meeting House, belonging to the estate
of RictAin FAXON, decieased, beiag one of the
best in the Church. For terms apply at No. 66,
Broad-street. istf oct 17
-D WEA I.vOG-110 USE.
I O0 be sohl chean, a' handsome a'nd convenient
t brick Dwelling House, in complete repair,
and pleasantly situated. Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Room. epistf oct 6
T WO new brick Houses, pleasantly situated at
Lechmere point, about one hundred rods be-
yond the bridge. The houses are three stories
high, neatly and commodiously finkhed, with good
wells of wacer. They will prove an excellent and
cheap residence to gentlemen, whose duties at the
brnks and public offices call them to town only in
the morning. Fortermis, c. apply to THOMAS
A. DEXTER, (Congress-square) Congress-street.
oct 3 6spis
OUSE No. 3, Mount Vernon ; itis now paint-
ing and papering, and will be put in com-
plene repair, and may be occupied next week.-
Apply at No. 23, Slate street. oct 20
A BOUT 13 or 14 years ot age, who is smart
and intelligent, to attend a Grocery Shop in
the neighborhood of Fort Hill-one whose parents
or relations reside in that vicinity would be pre-
ferred, as it is wished for him to board with them.
To such an one fathir encouragement will be given.
Inquire .i the Centinel Counting Room. oet 20 -
BOY about 16 years of age, ns an apprentice
to the Stone Cutting business. Inquire of
JO N TEMPLETON, Cambridge-street.
oct 20 Ssp
Collectors Notice-Burlington.
OTICE is hereby given, to the Non-resident
Proprietor or owner of land lying and situa-'
ted in the town of Burlington, in l he county of Mid-
dlesex, and Commonwetlt of Massachusetts, that
they are taxed in the bills committed to me to col-
lect, as Collector of taxes of said town, forthe
years 1819, 1840, and 1821, in the respective sums,
viz :-
Owner's NVane-.Totham Joluison of Charlestown,
in 1319, 8 acres, 82,30 Salue, 54 cents Minister
'Tax. In 18C0. 57 cents Minister Tax. In 182!,
57 cents Minister Tax. Total 51,68.
And unl ss said taxes arid all necessary cost and
charges, are paid to me the subscriber, collector.
on or before the tliird day of December next, at 2
of the euick, in the aft er-io.ii, so much of said fand
as twill produce said sums of taxes aStd costs, will
then be sold' at Publc Vcndue, to the highest bid-
der, at John Center's Tavern, in said Burlington.
SAMUEL CUTLER, Jr. Collector.
Burlingtton, October 17th, 1821.

N OTICE is hereby given, that tlhe
subscriber has been duly appointed adlminis-
tor to the estate of
late of Pepperell, in the county of Middlesex, clerk,
deceased, intestate, and has taten upon himself
that trust by 'giving ihono's is the law dircets. All
persons, having demanIds upon tlhe estate of tlhe
said deceased, arse required to exhibit tie sant ;
amid all persoma indebted to the said estate, are cal-
led uponi to make payment to
Pepperell, October id, t1821.

4+-4--+0- +41- --4- --
ic7-The public is respectfully informed,
that in coilsequence of Mr. HILSON'S ar-
rangements at the Southward, his engage-
ment cannot possibly be extended at-
ter Friday even ing next,26th inst.

WIL 11T. IE 'lPSNTE)n,
Shakspeare's celebrated Tragedy, in 5 acts, called

To conclude 'with the much admired Farce, called
JOBSON, (the Cobler) 1MR. 1HILON
0 l'Time of rising the Curtain is altered to qua't,
ter past 6 o'clock.

Rev. thomas Smith's Journal, &c.
UJST received qnd for sale by -THOMAS &
SANDREWS,No.45,Newbury-street. Price
,1 25 cents. I
I Extracts from the JTournals kept by the Rev.
THontAs SHIT1, late Pastor of the first Church of
Christ in FahnoutlI, (now Portland) from the year'
1720 to the year 1788, with an Appendix, contain-
ing a variety of other matter. Selected by SAsLTce
FirUEMAN, Esq.
''- TSubscribers are requested to send for their
Books, as above. 3spis oct 13
A New System of Book-keeping.
F I3ECK'S Evening School 6Ir instruction in
Book-ikeeping upon lEnew plan never before
made public, wil! commence on the first ofNo-
vember. This system includes all the most usefunl
modern improvements, has been adopted by a num-
ber ofhouses in Eiis town, a;nd practically proved
to be the most easy, accurate ami concise of any
that has as yet been introduced. 'Those young
gentlemen who wish to commence with the first
class, which is limited to ten, will please to leave
their names at No. 4, Congrias-squa,'e, any day in
the week bctwee n the hours of 3 and 6, P. M.
oct 10 6spis
TrHE large and commodious Mansion House, on
the Tenhill Farm, Charlestown, about 2
miles from town,just put in complete repair, pleas-
antly situated, and convenient for a private tamily,
or tbfor a boarding house or tavern, with Coach
House and Stable, and so rnuch of the grounds
about it as may be desired. For hsrther p'rticu-
larsinquire of GEORGE G. CHANNING, Kilby-
street, who will receive proposals for the same,
sept 8 epistt

N a Ship Chandlery Store-an active, intelligent
LAlD-one whose parents reside in town. Ap-
ply at No. 34, State-street. Sis oct16

THIS DAY at I o'clock,
Opposite lMerchants' Insurance Office,
75 clialdrtons tst quality Sidney (vOALS, suita-
ble lfor grates, in lots to suit purchasers.

Fresh Raisins.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
On board brig Paragon,
Opposite oJVb. 53,, Long.o har./;
300 boxes Bunch, '500 do. Muscatel, 200 do.
THIS DAY at 4 past 11 o'clock,
At JAOOn PEABODY & Cox's Of1fie,
12 cases pint TUMBLERS, for cash.
.Elegant Bayt Horses.
THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,'
In front of Office,
A pair of elegant Bay Carriage HURSES, 5
years old, and deserving the attention ot those walt-
ing Horses.
Havana Sugar and St. Croix Rum.,
OniTUESDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Opposite o. 19, .etat
100 boxes-prime broV.w l.h1- nai. SUGAL ; 10
hhds. St. Croix tU-. -

Auction Sales of Hides.
On FRIDAY next,
Willbesold at Auction, now landing from brig
Fame, from Balia,
3700 dry salted HIDES. These Hides average
StIlbs. and are in every respect. equal to any lot of
Hides ever offered for sale in'this porti.

On SATURDAY next at 10 o'clock.
The subscriber moving to town, will sell a great
variety of'genteel and useful Household FUINI-,
TUBE, among which are Sideboards; set of Ta-
bles; Beds and Bedsteads; Bureaus; Pier aind
Looking Glasses ; Tables ; Fire Sets ; Carpets;
Rugs Solas, uE'c. &c. ; cut Glass Ware; Kitchen
Furniture, andil a variety ot arming utensils.
.dt 1 o'clock, tihe House will be let tor the ensu-
ing six months, if not previously disposed of.
,ilso, will be sold-a valuable HORSE. 'The
premises, which are on the old lower road to Mlil-
tou, in Dorchester, may be viewed tt any time, oni
applying to Mr. S. 1. Prince, opposite.
On TUESDAY next at 9 o'clock,
.At WIITrrwILL, BOND & Co's Ollice,
General assortmentof DRlY GOODS, viz--
1'ease superior black French Levantines ; I do.
hank Ribbons, assorted colors ; I do. fancy boxes
Jewelry ; Ribbons, black and colored 'Talletasod
Garnitures; I case superior white Satins.
At 11 o'clock precisely-3 pieces patent ingrain-
ed CARPETING, permanent colors and good
patterns, manulictured by J. bX N. Might, of
N. York, of Cotton and Wool. In that city they
have acquired a high reputation, i:d arce sent to
this market as a specimen. TIhey mity be exam.,
ined previous to the sale.

House Lots on Summer-street and Win-
On SATURDAY" nextt at I o'clock,
At A'lR CWHA-S' 11ALL,
Weather fair or moul,
15 HOUSE LOTS, su.uate on Summer-street
and Winth.'op-place, being part of the estate late of
Gorliam Parsonis, Esq.
Thlie lots o'llirmler-street measure from 29
to 32 leet o' tile trotnt, andil from 98 to 110 feet in
depth. The other lots are on the .iain avenue of
W'Vinilirop-place, ad are S and 85 feet in depth,
and 25 to 47 feet in width. The width of teuse
will be varied as far as practicable, to suit purchas-
Arrangements arc made 1 r adding to the present
widlthi of Sunmmcr-streedc (;i the line o this aLate,
a trip of land averagingtwenty-two fect in breadth.
IThe tiain avenue oht intirop Place is thi1 Ly-
eight feet in width, mid the huuses hItoutig tiere.-
oi will be set back six feet oci each side, making
tue whole openirig lifty feet--ie, asid space of six
feet to be liid douw to grass, andt enclosed.
This avenue is conuelted with Otis Plame by an-
other- of thirty-lour feet in widthl, I lie housesou tile
north side of whlicn will be set bacC six leet, and
the space enclosed.
Both of the avenues will lie raised to a sufficient
height, and the side walks will be broad and unin-
These lots are i.1 a neighborhoods where houses
connimand the ligliest rel-lt for private dwdlliaga.-
'I'liose onti the aveule possess thle cotjeiiieucc oe be-
inug i Ly retired, and at the saliieto tinea' tnit teo i
centre il' business. On lLhe wliole, it is beliecied
there are no lots cotl)b:inig equal advantages now
for sale in town. 1 lie ave-nues are stakeId iut, andi
plans of ltie estate, witi the principal cliitionMs ot
sale, may be seen at tlie aiffolk lsurao.use Of-
lice, at Mertelilmits' Hall, nul at the Shop ol ) Mr.
Asi. Lu'wis oA the prcimsca.

-Aduction and Commission Business.
60-The Subscriber offers his servi-
ces forth sale. of Rea Estate, Vessel., Merchan-
disc, Stocks, Houselhold Furpiture, &c. &c. either
at Public Auction or at Private Sale. Alny com-
munications leftat the Office of Mir. SUMNEt
East Wing of tSate Bank, will receive ininediate
attention. DUDLEY WALKER.
oct 0
.Demijohns, Tumblers, TPtine, tpc.
i'HIS DAY at 11 o'locKc,
At WINSLOW, C'ANNtNG & Co's Office
.Vo. 8, KIaLjY-SritEEF"
Part of the Cargo of brig Mentor, from Harm-
burg, viz :-10S cases half pint Tumb.lers, single
and double flint; 1500 Demijohs, 5 gallons ; 100
Westphalia Hams, ilh prime order w 800 ibs. Sew,
ing Twine, of very superior quality ; 200 pieces,
Russia Duck.
Also-415 hhds. patent Rum; 5 pipes New-York
Brandy, ustL received.

-Piece Goods.
On MONDAY next at 10 o'clock,
A large assortment of fresh imported GOODS,
consisting of Cloths; Casanneres,; .blue Plains ;
Cassimere Shawls; blackand colored Bombazetts;
fin'- buoe Cloths; Flannels ; Blankets; Kerseys;
Duffils, &c.; Shirtings; Cambric Cravat-.; Jac-
onet Muslins; Bombazines ; Ribbons; Florences;
Levantines; Silk Velvets; Galloons, U.c.
,4so--2 cases usreback Satinetts.

Rum, S'zgar, Cotton and Rice,'
THIS DAY at past 11 o'clock,
Opposite o. 43, Central-ohajf;
30 lhhds. St. Croix Rum ; 50 boxes good Hav
varia'brown Sugar ; 10 bales prime Upland Cotton,
well suited for retailing ; 16 casks Rice,

THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
(Or immediately after our sale on Central- luisrf)
J.Vear the WI'tch floase, Liotg-dlarf ;
60 blhhds. Guadidoupe MOLASSES. A(so-O
hhds. St. Croix RUM.

Horse and Chaise.
THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,
In fiont of Office,
A dapple grey HORSE, very kindin ls rness,
and tiots very quick. AJlso--a CI-AISE and
H ARNESS. The above is property of a gentle.
maun whlo ihas left this part of the country, and will
be sold tfor tlie most they will bring. Thev esm be
seen before tine sale at R Messrs. Spirr & iHolmeOt
Stable. -
THIS DAY at I o'clock,
Opposite Office,
A pair of handsome Bay HOUtSES, six years
old. .'lso, alight,stroig bellows top PHAEnTONi
They belong to the estate of a gentleman, deceas-
ed, and are sold by crder of his executors',

Brig Swiftsure.'
On THURSDuAY next at t12 o'clock,
I'o dise u concern,
.t ,South side India. Wharf,
WVhere shie now lies,
,/ ,' The fths sailing coppered brig SWIFTe-
SUIREJ, of 192 tons measurement, was
ouitt uat eiedtnud, ii 1815, of the best materials, is
well found and brthensome. For further partic.
ulars, apply :it No. 47, on said what.

On SATURDAY niextat t10o'e!ock,
Xo. 14, U'.WILtL-STIE','I;
A valuable assortment of British, FliECE
Furniture, mfc. in Roxbury.
Ti'llS DAY at 10 o'clock,
At House next'east of the uaptist .leeting-House,
in. toxbimuy,
Various articles of Householdd FURNITURE,
viz:-Tabies, Chairs, Bnurean, Bedsteads, Loo.-
ing Glasses, -Feather Beds, KidderminsterU Caruitcs..-
Fire Sets, tjaindlestieks, Crockery Ware ; a eilc.--
ty of Kitchen Furniture ; Cuider Barrels, .8L '
Also-i Chaise ani Harness; S"e-- auli jari.
dine I excellent Sleigt 4-.vtrate Cow.
.~~-- Af'P'ivate Sale...
-fl0fr.iga CiCayenne Cocoa ; 600 lbs. do. Cloves;
\2 li ds. retailing M\olasses; 6110 Lbs. Laimbs Wool l
1000 reams Wrapping Paper; 5 bal s BBomba-
zetts ; 1 do. Duntils; I case Tabby Velvets; 1
do. Dimities.
FurnitunrSale at Brookline.
On MONDAY next at half past 9 o'clock, '
At the House recently occupied tby Mrs. Cuatrter,
nearly op[lsite the- Putelnch Bw! Tavern,
Tlie FURNITU1iE of said ltouse, consisting
of Dining and Card Tables; Stand aninhogaay ant
finey Chaits ; Straw Carpeting ; Looking Glas-
ses ; Glass and Crockery Ware; Castors; Feath-
rr Heds, Se. te.-and a variety of Kiltehen Fur-
0 Books.
On TH.URSDAY next at 9 o'clock,
J\'. 5, KItLs'I -ST'REEl ,
A general assortment of BOOKS, among therm,
Works of Dean Swilt, '24 vols. ; Elegant Extracts,
12 v.; Gregury's Dictionary of Arts and Sciences,
6 v. ; Shakspeare, It0 v.,; Smollet's England, 6 v. -
RIussell's Modern Europe, 5 v. ; Scott's Theolog-
ical Works, 6 v.; tlume's Ess.,v's, 2 v. ; Hainnal
Mere's \VWorks, 8 v.; RItllin's A'cient llistorn, 8
v.; thrown's Folio Bible ; l:ideaux's Conncetion,
4 v.; Taller, 5 v. ; Goldsmith's Works, 5 vols.
Sterne's \Vurks, 5 v.; Orlando Fnrioso, 6 vols. z
Breckenrilge's South America, 2 v. W ilich's
Domestic Encyclopedii, v.; ilamilbon's. Works,
3 v. ; Josephus' \Vorks, S3 v. ; Fedleral'ist; Gold-
smith's England, '2 v. ; Lady u Minitague's Works, 5
vols. ; iBeatie's Moral Science, 2 Mls.; Bellhnmy's
Works. a'. ; IPeter PIndan, 4 v. ; Don Quixo-tte, 4
v.; Kirke WVhite, "2 v ; Johnson's Lives of the Po-
ets, 3,v. ; Benedict's iistory of the Bautists, 2 v. ;
Hervey's \\ orkl, 6 v. ; Mickle's Works, 5 sols. ;.
PiUkertonu's Geograplhy, 2 v.; Walker's Dictiona-
ry ; Stewart's Philosophly, .c.
A Catalogue will be publishle.l on Wednesday.

On VWEDNES SDAY next at 9 o'clock,
At T. K. .iONES & Co's Ot1e,
o. 20, Kil, llS.o'lJtP:rT,
A general assortment ofFall and Winter GOODS
BY DAVID j,'()f-nA 'TH.
Oun FRIDAY next,
At )At:I FonsAiTH's ( )flice,
jVs. 4, UOA'H; lE.v'-S.''l ]KE1Tl,
Viil be sohl,
A valuable assonrtnment of [louse FURiNIT'URE.
Particulhars hereafter.
Executors Sales of Retal Estate.
To be sold at Public Auction, on THURSDAY,
the first day of Noveebher next, at two o'clock,
P. M.
A uvahumble FA/M, belonging to thIe estate of
the late Deacon David VWeld, nofl Rxburiy con-
tainig ei2ghtv twoacres-with a house ; iarge new
barn, :i cellar sunder a pno t sf it tider s ilnl
aund nill-touse-situated it lthe llev. John Brad-
lobrt''s 'arishl, in ioxbury, about otne th-il of a ible
north-weestof lie mcditng-liouse, on the iumid lead-
ing to SNetitit, 7 ^ miles insm tlhe OIl; State Iiouse.
Tlie Jand is lenced within stoe wall ;sd in file or-
der, andi well 1propn tioned uvnh ia t uuulg, orciusrd-
ing, tillage, pastInre and weoo lud, wi avuri;'ty
of young ruit trees, alus well wsuenoc tint all iui-
sons, it being adjoiningitg tIne late resi nmce mul' time
deceased, ba1ule n th prem Ctiss, weather csing
tir or foul.
LikAewiseo at tie same time and place-abont Iour

hiultred acres ,of wild Land, li.ying i, n ct-larn-
len, einmity of Orange, hi tlir St:'e lu V-"r-nirt.
'ihso-l-oe SI6i.' nI ltIe c',wieu:',tionu ol Nintlh
MasiR. uciusetis Turnpike. ForI further part:cu-
Iars, inluirie l 1 tie suw ii t res.
.1) A\'L ELL), A.-'ecu,'os.
AAR.O. LN1,,. \VLI.D,),
ostoniU, (cl. 5, 127l 7ioi)


Y'/N'WVAS an Autuminal eve-the twilight hmour
Stole softly on with morethan wanted power :-
Ties landscalr smiled in all its varied green,
And silent Evening harmonized the scene.
Far to the West, along the clear, blue dome,
Where the bright sut so lately hied him home,
The tints of twilight ihdedl fast away,
And Night's damp shade bespoke the closing day.
The warblers notes that hail the rising dawn,
With sounds celestial welcoming the morn,
Sunk into silence--now were hush'd and still,
Save the sad whistling of the Whippoorwill.
An Exile stood upon a towering height
And view'd the vale below with fontd delight, .
Wood to his sun-burnt cheek the evening gale,
And wept-again to view his native vale.
"Twas the rememberance of hours gore by,
That bhat thIe teari-drop trickle fironi h;s eye,
'Twais-that those scenes his earl l childhood knew,
#Again before him met his eager view.
lie saw his native cot beneath tlie shade,
That the dark boughs of oak and-willow made; -
He saw those scenes he ever lovedl so well,-
Ea;ch favorite ood-liled haunt and rocky dell.
He heai'd the brook that murm'ur'd o'er the plain,
And saw the rolling of its waves again,
A spot retired, where oft lie loved to stiray,
When solemn Evening shut the closing day.
,He raised his hands on high and strove to speak-
And the big tears again roll'd down his cheek ;
" My woes are done It is no dream !" lie cried-
And quickly hastened down ithe mountain's side.

Theory and Practice of Vocal Music.
T1HE subscriber would respectfully inform the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Boston, that le in-
tends, on .irlind y Evening, 15th October, to open
a School, in (crn/hill S'yu1are, on the same fluor
-with, and opp--site to Mr. Brown's Drawing Acad-
emy, for instrnctiag in the above art.
The School will be opened t r one term only;
comprising tlirty-two evenings, or lessons ; two
evenings per week, Monday anid Thorsday evre-
nings. T'rims of tuition, &c. may be learned at
the above time and place.
Ladies, who have, at any time, received of the
subscriber private instruction in singing, are invited
to attend gratis. J. BAILEY.
Oct 6
A N EveningSchool for instructing young persons
in Readrig. Writing, Arithmetic, &c. 'com-
rnenced an Ihe 1st inst. in the Adams School
House, Mason-street; a few more scholars can lhe
received, and the terms made known by applying
at the Schiool House-very p.;rticujar attention will'
be paid to their improvement. oct I 3
MR. FOSTER has commence;::his Evening
Schoolat his School room in Cornhill squire,
(entrance No. 3) to instruct in Composition, Eng-
lish Gi amimar, Arithmetic, and -Penmanship, on
tie plan of Wriflbrd. Terms from 4 to 6 Dollars
pr qr. one half in advance. Evenings of attendance.
Mon days,, Thur.days and Fridays, from 0 till 9
o'clock. Apply at the School room, or No. 53,
Middle street. 3spis6os oct 10

ECEIVED by the schr. Cherub, from Hali-
fax, 40 bbls. Salmon.
.J3so by schr. Gen. Greene.
50 bbl. Salmon, all of first quality,.
...IJ STORE... .
A few kids of Salmon put up in prime order for
family use, for sale by
ocnt13 GEO. L. DEBLOIS k CO.

.V'ew Flour, Sperim Candles, -C.
SIX HUNDRED bbls. new Wheat superfine
Flour; 100 boxes new Sperm Candles ; 1000
galls. Winter Oil, firstquality, now landing.
....L. STORE...
3000 gals. Winter Oil,
100 bbls. Recched Whale Oil,
230 bbls. superfine and fine Flour,
3 qr. casks L. P. Madiera,,
65 tierces Rice,
No. 6, Central-wharf. oct 13
4 O f BOXES Englislh Crown Window Glass,
400 assorted sizes, 6 hy 8 to 12 by 16 inches,
10I boxes Tin Plates,
30. rolls Sheet Lead, 3 to 8 lbs.
30 casks Patent Shot, all sizes,
3 tons New-Orleans lar Lead,
100 casks best English Tower Proof Powder,
6 casks Brass Kettes, in nests,
3 tons Loudnn Blistered Steel,
30 bundles Sheet Iron, large sheets,
50 bundles Iron Wire, assorted,
to 2 inch London Lead Pipe,
English and American Iollow Ware,
6 Cast Iron Book Cases and Chests, with extra
4 crises Mill and sut Saws,
Nails. Brads and Tacks, with a general assort-
ment of HARD WARE GOOD'S, for sale by
JOIIHN ODIN, No, 14, Dock-square. Oct 13

Y.Vo. 12, IBRO.!D-S.TRiEET,
AVE received by thii shii .hlslpei, trom Liv-
erpool-70 crates CROCKERY WAIRE. oct 13
jw) SHARES in New-Enghlnd Bank ; 6 per
cU cent. Stock, 1812, 181:3, 1814; 7 per cent
Stock, I Share in Bitslon Theatre ; S nnares in
Fire and Manrie Insurance Olffie ; do. in New-
Eungland Insurance Office; do. in Boston Marine
Insurance office. It:quire of STEPHEN BROWN,
Broker, 12 Ex change-street.
tIlhogany, Tortoise Shell, etc.
S AS for sale, now landing from brig Two
t: Brothers, frim Honduras-60,000 feet Ma-
hoganv ; 32 tons Logwood ; ),l.o. lsrtie, 130(lbs.
Tortoise Shell.. J-/so-for sale at No. 67, Essex-
si.reet, N. E. Ruin. oct 6

F IFTY boxes brown Havana Sugars,
40 do. Olive Oil,
2000 ps. Company Nankins, entitled to deben-
ture, forsale by E. LOCK, No. 5 Corgress-square.,
cct 6

ITAE recently received from the Manufacturers,
Sand for sale at Chambers No. 9, Market-
row, fronting Corinhill, a large assortment of Cot-
ton and Woollen Goods, viz :-Broadcloths ; Cas-
simeres ; Satinets ; Sheetings ; Shirtings; Givg-
bams; Checks ; Stripes'; White Jeanes ; Chnm-
tiravs ; Tale Cloths; Bonnet and Knitting Cottons;
Sce'ing Cottons; Yarns nnd Bed Quilt Wadiugs,

which added to his former stock, comprises every
CORONER'S N OTICE. ar 'ide in the Doniesticline. Purchasersarerespect-
A DESCRIPTION of the cleths on a dead body 'fui!y invited to call and examine.
found oil Marshfield beach, on the 27th Sept. J!Aso-Muchine Cards of every description fur-
1821: a white cotton shirt, striped cotton trowers, nish ed at short notice, nade by one of the mdst
a bllue na.kin wuiscoat, a plaided cotton jacket, andi experienced workmen in the country'.
a brown great coat, in his pocket was a small cotton sept 22 t wtf'
handkerchief marked 'P. R. in it was tied up 4)0
12 cent pieces, one quarter ofa dollar andi one 120 ..NE If ESTABLISH.AIE 1'T.
cent piece. Several Irarts of the body being gon, e, '
it could mnot well be dtscribedil, but iromin apllear- THOMAS, CHILD,
ice a ESDTNGLEY, Coroner, OPa'osarra- M. HDF.S' So i
a,-r field, Oct. 13. :. FFERSorsal,a dl;..iu:.,i \\ .,
R -- & AU i ,' qu..ilitv, among which arc-Hyson, Young Hyson,
I.I.O, ". Hyson, Skin and Sou'chioig'. Te's; Jlramaica. St.
OR sale, the Cati air ~ Brighton, now in Croix and N. E. Rum ; 'ogne Brandy ; Holland
Stheoccnpation of W. 'a.at 3 acres and American.Gin ; Sifily Madeira, Lisbon and
ofchoice Land and 30 more adjoining, if'. awan ...i laga Wines, which are of'snuj'rior quality, with
to ether with a most eligible site for a spacios v ofother articles usually kept in a W. I.
HOTEL, situated near lite promises, at thelcorner Gaoodi all a wehnic.will-be sold is cheap as carn
of the ,road leading, to Boston by Roxbury and be bought at Lny cwjen) s I t, '."' ..
by the Dam and Ca s mbridgeport. This estate will Any of the above Good."rl--mys p... I..-:.
be sold so low as to afford! a profitable investment of and that does not give perfect satisfaction .i rea-
capital,and from its local situation must rapidly in- sornable people will be received' back and the imon-
crease in value. The terms winl be dccommoda-- ev returned. Goods sent to any part of the town
ting to thue pureliser and title liertect. Possession i within one mile, gratis.
may be had the first Janunry next. For further Oum Country Brethtre can he accommodated
piartieulars, apply to the subseriber. ri'i a barn and siteedefor tideir horses, with ni con-
oct 6 r S. 'W. POMEROY. venienet yard for their' wnagnons, S&e. A share of
That el tlnon 'S n public patronage is solicited.
That well -known Stand, N. B. All persons tliat have been indebted to
JVo. 23, .V'Et3BUR'-STREET, BOSTO.J', said Chilhd,fromn 3 ye':'. to 6 months, aro requcst-
THE LION TAVERN. ed to make immediate payment, and those mar'
T HE Subocriber, (Ibormerly of Vorcester, and recently mndehited are reminded that slihbrit reck-
._recently" of-'Ied,'eitrd,) has taken tIe bovebeol: zoning rnnike long friends." As the request is rea-
venient and spacious establishment, where he hopes sonaile it is expected that prompt attmution uihl be
by assiduous attention to his employment, and the Rimld to it s6w oct 15
exertion of a reasonable ambition to please a a so- ]NO TICE.
commodate, he shall merit a proper share of the existing und
public patron 'IIE Copa.utnership heretofore existing under
His Bar will be furnished with the choicest Liq- the firmit of TUCKERAIAN, ROGERS H
nors, where his guests .may refresh themselves on GUSHING, is by mutual consent diswolved.-
the most reasonable terms. EDWARD TUCKEI MAN,
Travellers are invited to call at lis house for eli-- SAMUEL ROGERS,
te'tainmnent, they may be assured of good tre'at- THOMAS P. CUSHING.'
meant and hte best attention. EDWARD TUCKERMhAN and THOMAS
Attached to the establishment are large and con- PARKMAN CUSIHING, will continue to do busi-
venient Stables, where every attentioniwill be said. ness under the firm of
to the horses of travellers, and where they may be TUCKERMAN & CUSEING.
under the inspection of their ow aers. They will, for tlie present, occupy the Store of
oct 6w 'THOMAS STEVENS. Samuel Psrkmann, Esq. No. 12, Merchints'-row,
where their offer tor sale, a new liinportation of
JOHN A. LAPHAM, prim'- BRITISH sand IRIS GOODS, suited to
T."AESPECTFULLY acquaints his friends and the present season.
I' the public, that he has commenced the Ba- i SAMUEL ROGERS, will COnltinue to
king'Busiies, in Rxbiry-street, at the standlate- cupy he Store, No.3, Mrket-stree and i
ly improved by 1-. Brown S& Co. where hlie will o .c ivg Seneral assortment of set, and is
nows rn-cciving a "general assortment of seasoniab'e
be hwarpy to pecommodate those who rmay favnr GOODS
him with their custom, with every variety of Bread, All -persons in'debtcd to the lite firm of TUCK-
as gooid and cheap as can be furnished either in EltMAN, Ri)GFI:S & CUSHING, a r request-
tow n or country. ed to make immediate payinent to the subscribers,
Dinner and SupperRolls prepared for parties o who arue duy authorized to settle the th accounts o'
families m.t sinr.rt notice. Gentlemen who may that concern'. TUCKERMAN & CUSHING
wish tieir families supplied with Bread, Cakes or aug 25 tf XeNo. 1 -1, erci ants'-ro O
Roils, constantly, imay e acecommodated on good
terms, n' iApplying as e.,iove. Prompt t tertion Copartnership .Nutiee and Re'no'a.
witi alnys be given, and every favour ece ive partnership .tie and Retmoal.
and acknowledged with gratitude. op3 allu 18 C ir e Shi N exists M
is dissolved int consequence of the decease of R. F.
manutfactur'irs and Capitalists attend. Cloutman. All persons having demands against
-9Olt "SALE.that well known estate in B3rain the firm, are requested to present them, and sil in
Street, about ten miles from Boston, known by debted, to make pay nmet to
the appellation of the Braintree Irsn Woriks, anud EDWARD .A. PEARSON.
is now in complete order for ;unTediate use. The -
estatte comprizes a number of buildings, viz-one I REXOVAL.
very large wooden one firn the purpose of carrying EDWARD A. PEARSON, has removed from
in the work generally, in wbich are a large trip 76, Cornhill, to Counting Room, No. 1, Long-whf.
hammer, a flrnace, three sta<.ks ofehiumnies,waier where lie will be happv in receiving orders lor Bos-
wheels, beilows, ke.S&c.-a large building for a ton Crown and Celmnsford Window Glass, and
finishingshlop, and. a barn joining. .isao, a arsge Glass Ware ofevery description. His Ibrmner re
building created for agrist mill, but can be con- ail ustomners can be sup;, lied by Messrs WING
verted to ariv other: purpose.. Triere is also a good & SUMNER, No. 3, South Row. tf Julyn 4
Dwelling-House, twvo stories high, a garden, and u
about three acres of aind,iwithli a number ot valu- 'G. RICHARD SON
able fruit trees on t,,e same. The dam is in exce!- AS constantly ndat Manftor
lent order, and there is a full supply of water. It No. 27, Newbury-stret, Boston, a large ast
has one very great advantage by' water carriage, No. 27, N yt t Bos a rge as-
bias. or. very m'.nst soutment of Block Tin lWYille,
for the Packets come within baifa mile of it daily,
and will take away the anufteactured articles, ann ..
bring any rawmaterials that may be wanted. This
undoubtedly, where business is carried on upon a
la eg scale, would inike s immense saving.
I'hlis estates wit lbe sold on suoh terms as to
make it an 'Uobject foir my capitalist to become a
purchaser. Apply to BENJAMIN SMITH, No.
4, Central-wharl, or to Majcr MINOT T'HAl .
I t, draintree. eoptf marchI 1 vi' :--Block Tin Tea Pots ; do. do. Pitchers ; do
do. Wash Bowls and Ewers ; do do. Tumble'rs;
HOGS BILIS'TLES. do. do. quart and pint Beer Pots; tdo. do. Lamps,
4"'iASH (60 cents pet pond) will be given, for I with a general assortment of t'ewter Ware.
J first quality HOGS CBIiSTLES, at LANE N. B.-The above articles are wsrrranted to be
t HUNE WELL'a, Dock-sq. of the best nmateri'ls and workmanship-alsu,
0frShoe makers' Bristles for sale as Qaove. cheaper than at any other maunith(o'y..
nov18 slnml ia nrarch 24 eptl

A ARGE and'small size Silk Umbrellas ; Ging-
4 ham, oiled cloth, and cotton do,
Old frames new covered and repaired, at very
low prices, a No. 20, Marlboro'-strect, a few doors
south of the meeting-house, by JOHN ASHTO
jun. '- 6wV octl
Prize Cloths and Cassimeres.
?'NO. WILSON & CO. No. 7and 8, State-
9 street, have just received and for sale, the
premium Cloths ind Cassimeres, exhibited at
Brightonm-together with their former Stock of ex-
cellent Goods, comprise as great a variety ss cni
possibly be foind. Plaid and Camblet Coats an'l
Cloaks, Woodstoek Buck and eDoe Skin Gloves,
Webb's patent Suspenders, etc. etca. ocet 13

,No. 34, Broad-street,, in Chambers over A essrs.
IHolmes &V Eustis.
H AS for sale, received by the London Packet,
from London-elegant London Cloths, Ker-
seymeres, Vestings, &c. &e, .Aso---an invoice of
l,oks, latest Lonldon editions. Gentlemen wishing
fine London Clothi and Kerseymeres of a superior
quality are requested to call and examine them.
oct 13

HAVEiust received-1 case Striped Silks, ele-
gant patterns and superior quality.. J/lso-
1'ease Queens Plaids. Roxbmury-stre_, Oct. 6.

Harlem Tapes, Sewing Silk, c.
0 "No! 73, CO1R7'vIILL,
00 doz. best Harlem Tapes, all Nos.;
100 lbs. Italian Sewing Silk, superior quality,
200 bundles best London Pins,
200,000 Silver eyed Needles,? warranted the
20,000 do. do. l)arners, best.
... OV" IIJV... .
A complete assortment of Threads ;. Knitting,
Floss and Tainbour Cotton ; Pearl, Laee and
Wire Buttons; black and plated Hopks and Eyes;
gilt Clasps, for Reticules ; Silk Twist; Worsted
Yarn ; Table Mats ; Ribbons ; Silk Braids; Cot-
ton and Silk Cords I Bedtick Binding, &o. 0c.
Also, ,just received,
I bale Welch Elanimels; 1 do. Blankets,
1 do. Bombazetts,
12 do. Russia Diapers; 2 do. do. Crash,
'2 cases dark Calicoes,
1 do. white Marseilles Quilts,
1 do. Irish Linens,
Furniture Dinities; Carlisle Gingbams; Cot-
ton and Linen Camibrics ; Cambric Muslins ;- Rus-
sia Damask; Muslin Cravats; Cassimere Shawls;
colored Cambrics ; Worstel Hose, &e.
Constantly for sale, some of which are extra fine
Ginghams; Checks; Bedficks ; Coverlids; Tow
Cloth ; American Flannel, &e.
C. J. A. will purchase Woollen Yarn, of all
kinds; striped FrocKing ; Woollen Socks, Sec.
oct 6 6w

.Vankin and Canton Crapes.'
SAVE recently opened a new and extensive
assortment of Canton Goods, consisting of
8 cases oi' 19, 20, and 21 yards, black, colored,
plain and frilled Nankin Crapes, of the best quali-
ty imported. A few pieces new superior double
crimped Nankin Crapes, black and white, 23 to
24 yards ; 6 cases of" Canton Crapes, black and co-
lored ; 1 case of 8.4 Nankin Crape ShawIls, very
-heavy ; "1 do. of very superior double chain blaek
Levantines; cases of Sinchaws ; Sarsnets ; 'Florcn-
tines ; blak Silk lldkls. ofthe best quality black
antd assorted Sewing Silks, te. &o.. fiw out'6
S"LEO. T. & JOHN WALDRON have re-
T ceived by the recent arrivals, 'a large assort-
ment of
Crockery and Glass Ware,
Which they offer on the lowest terms for cash or
approved credit, at No. 40, Broad-street, Store
lately occupied by Mr. VWn,. Andrews.
oet 6 4w
%,fo. 62, XA.?RKET-STJEELT,
-j-Ajijst received tbr retail, a complete issort-
.. nt of Hosiegy and Gloves ; real plaid Flo-
rences ; double chaied black India Levantines ;
Pelisse Cloths, and single, milled Kerseymeres for
pelisses; super andi conumim Broadcloths and Ker-
seymieres ; 1ancey and wlhited-Valencia Vesthings;
low priced and fine figured and's1Cain Bombazetts ;
Jrconet Mnilins and gentlemen's'Cravats; Salis-
bury and common Flamnels ; 100 dozen women's
black and slate worated Hose; 150 doz. beaverand
kid Gloves. tf oet 6

4"1HAtLES 'WINlSLOW, No. 7, Cornhill-
, ) Has just opened 2 cases Coromiation Plaids of
elegant patterns ; S-4 Cassimere Shawls, with
borders ; Levantines ; Florences; Nankin and
Canton Crapes ; Sirsnets ; Sinchaws ; Crape
Shawls; Merino Shawls and Manmtles ; Leghorn
Straws, c. e. e. oct 6
e'o. 50, STATE-STRBET,
ITH AVE just received, and ofln- r lr sale, a very
extensive assortnw"it of DOMESTIC
GOODS, consisting in p n'!-'t if
Broadcloths ; Cassinmeces; ,Satlincuts,
White and colored Fannels,
Brown and bleached h c _\ :,
D o. do. -i,,, ,, .
Gingharns ; Checks ; Stripes ; Tickings,
Threads ; Wiking ; Cotton Balls ;. Knitting
Al.o--a constant supply of wa rranted Cotton
Yarns, No. 7 to t20.
5000 pair Men's coarse Shoes,
3000 do. Women's Leather do.
800 do. do; Morocco do.
*1000 'o. Men's superior Calf Skin Pumps,
500 I.). Misses Morocco do.-all suitable for
the Sou mern trade. oct 6
UST cceied from Europe and India, ninety
D pack ges of Dl)'uS and Medicines, and for
sale at a inall advance, by CHARLES WHITE,
No. 1, 3miarlboro'-street, corner of Winter-street.
r'-Country Tradilers, Physicians, and Private
Families will have particul' attention paid to their
orders, and nll articles will be put up of thie first
quality and at thie lowest market prices.
oet 6 flw
S011N MOLINEUX, lhBrass Founder, No. 8,
a ) Marshall's nlane, adjoining Boston Stone, offers
tfor sale, the two Brass FIRE SETS, which gained
the Premiums, awarded hy the Massaclmhusetts
Charitable Machatnic Association. Likentise, a
general asecrctmentof brassFIRE SET'S, LAMI'S,
Stc. of thie first quality. 2mn act 6

Shoe Makers attend.
1OR sale and will take pay in Shoes at athir pri-
e cs-a first rate built BIeltsows-top Chaise and
Il!'mess, having been in use only one year, which
cost $250 and is now offered for $150, and i' pre-
s uned not tobe $50 worse for wear. .llo-ri light,
hnndilsomc and first rate P'lcSmure Waggon, cloth top
and t.is back, leathiur bont front, and canvass to
button over bellind--*\ capital thiing to carry Shoes.
in liad weather, eost $1:20 and will be sold for $60,
.,Also-- first rate iMare, 8 years old, perfectly sound
kind and gentle and her speed presumed as good as
ainy othiier in the country. .lso-Saddle, Bridle
and Martling-c. For further particulars, apply to
No. ', Brattle-street, Boston.
N. B. Cash advanced on Shoes consigned.
oct f

SSAAC W. GOOD l llI, Stationer, No. 71,
Sinte-street, wilt supply persons iN wnit of
Playing Cards, by the groce, dozen,ox sigle'c pack.
at as low prices ns they ncan lie obtained at the
manutfactoics. Figured or plain bnaks,all q(nali-
ties. Persons in want of the above wun'd fiid it
to their adIvatage to torwardi o ders to I. \V. G.
tfor any quantity. ni septl 20

M AYNARD NOYES havejust received by
the London Packet a fresh supply of Drugs
and Mediclines, which, with those obtained from
other sources, make an extensive assortment. A-
mong tilem are Phosphorus; Phosphuret of Lime;
Cobalt ; Litmus; Oxalic Acid; Oxvmuriate of
Potash1 ; Fluor Spar; Cheltenham Salts; 'Colchi-
cum Autumnnle, &e.-Also Surgeon's Instru-
ments of various kinds.
M. h N. manufacture and keep constantly fo'r
sale, Medical Prnssie Acid ; ioda Pow(ilers; R-
chelle Powders, and Ink Powder of the most ap-
proved quality. 58, Cornhill. bet 13

S Jo. 5 and 7, .Market-street,
TIAVE received by the ships t W;, mo rrd
PFaeonm, h'rom Liverpool, a very c k.,,,.s .'m ,..
meet of Woollen,. Cotton, and ,Silk Goods, suitable
for tie present and approaching season, which are
offered for sale on reasonable terms for cash or
credit, consisting of ,
Superfine and common black navy blue and drab
Black and col'dl plain and twilled Bombazetts,
Colored figured do. elegant 'patterns and fash-
ionable .colors, -
Black, olive, brown, pearl, dark blue, and green
Tabby Velvets,
Scotch P!aids of a superior quality,
7'-, 8.4, 9-4, and 10-4 Rose Blankets,.
Olive Fusehings,
Light and dark drs-,b Kerseys, some very fine,
A nclegantassortmentlanc) and printed Valen-
cia Vestings,
White, yellow, crimson, green and scarlet Flan-
Olive, brown and drab Coatings,
Mazarine blue,, drab, lavender, maroon, plain
and twilled Pelisse Cloths,
9-8 and 6-4 white Col ton Cambricks,
7.8 and 4-4. Irish Linens, of a superior fabrick
and bleach.
Blue and white patch, and fancy colored superi-
onr and common Calicoes,
Britannias ; superior imitation Madrass HIdkfs.
P-4ithintz Shawls,
Gentlemen's assorted Beaver Gloves.
Do. plain assorted mixed Worsted Hose,
Ladies black and colored do.
4-4 and 6-4, ftncy Muslins, of almost every des-
cription. .
No. 20, 22, 25, 30, 250 and 300 white and color-
ed Linen Threadd,
Cotton Sewings in skeins by the pound in Nos.
from 30 a 100,
Do. do. inm balls, for family use, put up in small
elegant boxes No.' 1, from 30 a 100,
8-4 plain ftringed, and printed Cassimere Shawls,
Ladies' black and white habit Silk Gloves and
spun Silk do. '
1-2 5-8 and 3-4 yds. deep black Lace face Veils,
Gentlemen's black and white Silk Gloves.
sept 12. 4is4os "
TOHN FOSDICK offersfolr sale, an extensive
A is.-.,r..-t of PELTSSi CLOT'S' rcompi, .
iug N11,is i.l.,:. .r ..r-,'.-- hilatksbrht'oava, .l
ives, and' drabs, some oTery fine. Abso.-I bale fiue
Navy blue HABIT CLOTHS; do. fine lights
CASSIMERES, e. ce.-for sale at 75 M 'frket-
street. 2im sept 15

"0OR sale at No. 30, Merchants'-row-10 demi-
WA johns double and 4 o. single distilled ROSE
WATER, fresh made firomn Damask Roses of the
present season. 6t sept 2 2
.L dond Dolls and Toys.
I a'lL" GROCE Dolls for sale cheap, by groee
0 or m dozen, all sizes ; a great variety of
extra size, with ornamental hair, by late arrivals.
A great assortment cheap Toys. Inquire of ELI-
ZABEIT RANDALL, No. 48, Warren-strdat.
sept 22 6 .

New Caripetings-per Herald.

o .A'. 18 and 20, .I./IRKET-ST'IEET,
H AS just received, per Herald, frolm Liverpool
-:i fresh supply of tine and superfine Ingrain Car-
petir', new' lnd elegant pattern s,
A great variety of Wool Rugs, suitable for do.
A splendid assortment of Brussels, Imperial and
Wilton Rigs,
Tartan Plaid Table Cloths, all sizes, -
Doylies to match, 5
Chintz Carpet Binding,
Superline green and yellow Quality Binding.
sept 29 12wV

Paper Hanging and Upholstry
No. 68, Corn/ill, Boston.
cs. Importers and Manufticturers,
Keep constantly for sale-a pu-ime assortment of
(f'iAll the testt French F.ashions, from the fist
Manuthetories in Paris, are regularly received.
ff'Counitry Merchants supplied with Paper,-
suited to their trade, on very liberal terms,
tEmbossed and Watered Moreens; Ball and com-
mon Fringes; Bindings and Ta'ssels ; Live Geese
and common Feathers ; Beds ; Mattrekses ; Pew
Cushions, Ste. &c.
0-'Upyholstry work done as usual. tf sept'29

Leman's new invented Trusses
A RE made and so'd by him, at the corner ol'Ad-
amsand Milk-streets, Boston. The construc-
tion o4 those se e Tla, ure such, tile patient call
lengthen or shorten thlem, raise or lower thie pad,
to bring time pressure where heinay want it. They
likewise can be adjusted .0 suit for the right or left
side, (advantages which no other' russes hiave, now
in use.) Tihmse Trumes are pronounced by minym
of the most emimeot i1hysicians of Boston, to lie the
best thii.g of the kind ever oferced the public. They
are sok biy appointment by J. P. lul well, at the
Boston Infirmary, corner ot Hattery March and
Milk-streets, aud by Gideon B. Hllashld., No. 78,
Broad-strcet, and at no othk r place ins Boston.
Orders tbr 'Trusses, directed to either of the above
mentioned places will meet wit:i immediate atten-
ion. Price 7 dollars. 6si July 28
rIIElEAS Mary, my wife,has left my house
VV bed an J board, this is to warn all persons
from trusting hermon my account, as I will not pay
ona cent alter this date.
l-In's,'ifid, Sept,. '28/i, S121.

,l-o. 19, CORHH.JILL,
H AS for sle men's superfine Hats of the Bos-
ton Factory ; 2( and 3d quality do.; nien's
napped Hats ; imitation Beaver do.; 'boys'black
and drab flats.
Men's super Buck Gloves; do. do. doe skin do.;
dodo.o. York tan do.; do. patent tawn do. ; do.
Beaver do.; do. black and white silk do.; do. fur
do. ; ladies' drab patent do. ; do. wash do. ; do.
black and white silk do. ; do. asserted kid do.
Ladies' black, white, and slate worsted Hose;
do. black ado white silk do. ; Men's black, white,
and mixed worsted Hose; do. do. do. do. halfdo.;
do. white and mixelbambs wool do.do.; do. black
and white silk Hose ; boy's white and mixed wvorst-
ed and lambs wool halfdo.
Men's and boys'Fur Caps, and made at all times
to, order ; a variety of Fur Trimmings ; white.
Pongees, of a superior quality ; silk and cotton
Umbrellas ; ladies', men's, and misses' oiled
Socks. a good thing orechilblanes ; Galloon Bind-
ing ; Bands and Buckles; Morocco Skivers.
oct 13

,qt the Sign of the Looking Glass,
No,. 28. CORNHILL,
A FEW 'elegant SOFAS and COUCHES, of
_.L superior workmanship, warranted stuffed en-
tirely with the best of curled hair, and much cheaper
than cn be bought at any other sShop or Ware-
house, of thlie same quality, in Bostoii.
JlTo-a few best MATTRASSES and Featsher
BEDS, of superior quality; with almost every
other article lor house-keeping, ke
sept 5 ,ep6w
G OULD'S real Japan Sponge JIlacking is for
-sale at the following places viz :-Henry Tur-
ner, and Ezra Eaton, 'Fish-street ; I. T. upee,
.Middle-street ; Gay & Veazie, S. & J. Howe,
and W. Faxon, Anul-street; T. Tirrill. N. E. of
the.market; N. R. Holden, Markat-sqtuare Hall
& Weld, No. 1, Union-street : T. Bi'ighmnsi,TEfn-
street; J. Perry, 0. Howe, and J. Tollman, Court-
street ; Mark Byrne,and Cushman Bassett, Mar-
ket-street; Stearns t Bicknell, Exchange-street;
B. Darling, F. Atwood, and John Stevens, Broad-
street ; J. Pray, 28j, Cornhill ;' B. Fdller, M
Cushing, J. Morton, J. Thayer, Jos.'Stevens, J
Vose, C. veazie, Thayer Lord, J. Hunt, and
L. E. Caswell, on the Main-street ; anid at Samiel
Kidder, jun. and W. Arnold's,. Charlestown. This
Blacking may be used over tallow ot' oil..
A. G. returns his thanks to 'those gentlemen
who state that they have his recipe for .making his
Blacking. I further state, that I have not itiform-
ed any person whatever the method of making my
Sponige Blacking. A. GOULD.
N. B. All orders punctually atteniled to.
Charleston-., wns. 8, 1821. 6ra

--Notice to the Capitalist'
', ANI EI) to be concert either as an active
u or silent partner., ne possessing a eopital in
I C J. LON .tI. m.y "I t.; Ju '.10 I I: l la ILtQ ff t ,ble A-t 'b
thr, lihe n'.ht it,-s,' htnasm gag a th,.rolg k -no'. L .. ,.
and well acquainted ,ith the business, hut wants
more capital to make it very advantageous tothe
concern. Any.GenIteman possessing the'sum sta-
ted and wishing to form a cortespondcuce by di-
recting a line to L. F.. B. through the medium of
the Post Office, will be immediately attended to
and further investigated.
.Boston, October 10,1891. 3sp

By the President of the United States.
Whereas the President of the United States is
authorized by la.wv to case certain Lanrds of the
United States to be offered for sale, viz :'
dent of the United States, do hereby declare
andI make known that iulblic sales,, for the disposal
(agreeably to law) of certain lands, shall be held
as follows, viz:
At the same place, on the third.Monday in Sep-
tember next, for the sale Gftwenty-four townships'
viz :
At Tuscaloosa, in Alabama, on the third Mon-
day in October next, for the sale of twenty-one
to anships, viz:
Townships 15 to 21, in ranges 8, 9, and tO west.
At the same place, on the third Monday ofNo-
vember next, for the sale of 24 townships, viz.:
Townships 15 to 21, in ranges 11,12, and 13 W.
15, 16, and 17 14.
At the same place on the third Monday in De-
cember next, for the sale of 25 townships, viz:
Townships IS to 21, in range 14 west.
15 21 15, 16 and 17.
Each sale will commence with the lowest num-
ber of lot or section, township, and range, and
proceed in regulani numerical order'.
The lands reserved by law for the use of schools,
or for other purposes, willas usual be reserved
troim sale.
Given umindr my hand, at the city of Washington,
this 19th 'day of April, in the year 18'21.
By the President:
A.eommissioner General of Land Office:

VE the subscribers having been,
appointed by tile Hon. Samuel P. P. Fay,
Esq. Judge of Probate of Wills, Se. lor thle coun-
ty of Middlesex, Commissioners to receive and ex-
amine tihe claims of the creditors to the estate of
laIte of" Maiden, in said county, ycomaun, deceased,
represented insolvent, hereby give notice, that six
months are allowed from the thirty-first day of Au-
gust, to the creditors to bring inu and prove their
claims, uandm that we shall attend that service, at the
Selectmen's Room, in said Maiden, on the last
Thursday in October, November and December
inext, roundn live to eight o'clock, IP. M. on each of
said days. IERNARD GREEN, C t.
JLaldA, October 5, 1821.

N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber has becn duly appointed adminis-
trator d and estate of
late of Augusta, in thie county iof Kennebec, and
State of Maine, Esquire, deceased, iuitestate, anld has
undertaken that trust by giving bonds as the law di-
rects. All persons ineretore, having demands
against the estate of the said deceased are desired
to exhibit thie same ; and all indcl'.med to said es-
tate are requested to make immediate payment to
Aumgusti, Sept. 25, 1821.

N OTICE is hereby given, that the
-subscriber has been duly appointed guardian
of Charlestown, in.lhe county oft Middlesex, a lu-
natic and distracted person and lhas taken upon him-
self that trust by gi\ing bonds as the law directs.
All persons having demands upon the estate of the
said Clark, are required to exhibit tile same ; and
all persons indebted to the said estate, are called
upon to make payment to
Charlestowa, Octoba r 9, 18. 1.

. EONARD d. BOWLES, No, 18, Cornhill,
".4 has received by the London Packet, a com-
plete assortment of Stationary and Fancy Goods,
which are offered wholesale and retail at lair pri-
ces for caslh or approved credit, viz.
Supierfilne, large, hot-pressed, wove, gilt, and
1o. large and small do. stamped Bath gilt, plain
and black edges,
Drawing Paper various sizes,
Gold, silvo,'embossed and ivory paper,
Fancy coloured, morocco, do. plain and figured,
Wr:'iting Parchment ; Tissue Paper,
Reeve's and Newman's Water Colours, some
complete Boxes, with lock, drawer, &c.
Camels Hair and Swans Quill Pencils,
Middlctons flue Lead Pencils for drawing,
Drawing Books and School Pieces,
Ciarke's and Reeve's superfine marking Ink,
Walkden's Ink Powder, and Japan IrT,
Ink Stands, Sand Boxes and Waler Seals
50,000 Quills, from 4. to S30 per M.
Superfine and common large and small Wafers,
(1do. do. red and iMlack Sealing Wax,
Ambrosial, Windsor and Fancy Soap,
Fire Screen Handles ; Card f'acks,
Ladies' Morocco Work Boxes and J.A'ew and
ink Cases, n
Do. Cotton Ball Boxes and Bas-( handsome
kcts,ivth Chinese ornaments, Patlei'ns,
Wallis' Dissected Maps of the WoIrld, America,
Europe, England, Ke.
11iasected Puzzles, Pictures and Alphabets, &e.
S lso for sale as above,
100 reams American Foolscap Paper, from 3 to
$5 per ream,
Reams Letter and Pot do. from 2 50 top 6
per reqm,
Best and common Playing Cards by the gross or
Backgammon Boards: Pocket Books,
Mathematical Instruments,
Gunter's Scales and Dividers,
RODGER'S fine Penknives, Scissors and, Ra-
50 dozen Day and Martin's real Japan Black-
ing, &e. &e.
Likewise a general assortment of .Miscellaneous,
School and accountt Books, at time lowest prices.
Libraries, Academies and Schools supplied no
liberalterms. lwis3w lwos3w oct 6

Wet .Vurses, Housekeepers, &'c.
A YOUNG married woman with a good breast
ofmilk, wishes a situation as Wet Nurse.-
* Also, two middle aged womin, with good recom-
n..iii i r ; 41 P 1;,ql ; e in; it. in '

- i7 nl,t,- uirl .. ,r l. rr *c ,, ., i t ,11, n r.
2Inqu 4eat tihe li.ttUmtn. Oltiiu olit Mrs. NBW-.
ELL, No. 3, Winter-street. oct 6
T REE or four gendemen can be accommodated
with board, io a small genteel family, where
there are no other boarders, (in a central situation.)
Inquire at the Centine.l Counting Room. oct 6
B ACK of No. 21, Marlborough-strect, a two
story Building, suitable for a small) Printing
Establishment, a Book Bindery, Paper Stainery,
a Plaiter, Harness-maker, Cabinet-maker, or might
be fitted for a School. .lso-a new ten loot Shop,
well finished, and fitted for a Jeweller, Shoe and
Boot Maiker, or almost any other mechanical oc-
cupation requiring a small shop in a central situa-
tion. Entrance at the Court, north side of said
house, Pnd four doors south of Province-House-
'Row. Inquireat the Jewelry Shop in front.
oct 6
WE7ANTED in a small family, a respectable
middle aged Womnan, as Cook, to whom
good wage's will be given. Apply at the Centinel.
Counting Room. oct 6
A GOOD Nail Maker is wanted. Apply to JO-
SSIAH CALEF, No. 5, India-wharf. oct6
HE corporation of this city will give from this
day to the first ilay ot May. 1822, two dollars
and fifty cents per ton for good round pavingstones,
and 75 cents per ton for paving sand, and receive
the samin froim the decks of the vessels importing
the sauml Into this port. They will also give 12 1-2
cents pem running lfob for 20,000 feet of curb, and
10,000 fiet of guo.tter stones. The curb stones
must be not less than 3 feet loi.-, 12 iunlies deep
by 14 inches thick; gutter stones riot less than two
feet long, 10 inches wide, and 3 inches thick.
Vew-Orleans, .9pril, 1821. ep6m
T WO or three steady Boarders can be accommo-
dated in a private family where there is no
cinldeien, application is made immediately. For
urt-er in'lrnatiua inquire at the CentinelCounting.
Rcom. Sap sept 29
TO E11 LE T,
SART of a brick ilonse, at the lower end of
North-street, containing Parlor, Kitchen and
two or three Chambers. Inquire ac.No. 9, Union-
trect. tf sept 29
ART of a HOUSE, pleasantly siatated in
Charlei-slreet, near the Common, suitable for
n small genteel family. Inquire at No. 54, Mar-
ket-street. tf sept 15

Boarding House to Let.
TNlAT large and convenient House, making the
corner of .Bratte and Court-street, contain-
ing three parlors and seventeen chambers, planned
expressly for a convenient Boardiing.house-will
be let on a long lease it' required, and possession
given immediately. Apply to S. KNONVLS, No.
3 Central-wharf.' tf oct. 6
%T'HEIlEAS my wife, .9n,1s tI"es, lhas left my
inmy bed and ioard, a without cause, and has
otherwise conducted herself in an unbecoming
manner; this is to calltion all persons ag ainst har-
boring or trusting i'her it my account, as I shall not
pay any debts of her contracting after this date.
.t 13 EBEN. WELLS.

.l7itica!,.......Je,';cantile....and ifiscellaneou"
Puhliishedi on IVhede./das an'! Saturdaysot
BENJAMIN IRUSSELL, 1Publisher ot tile Lw
ot tihe United Sta:::, Printer tu the State,ana
,Propr'ietor, at his Office, Congress-atreet.---
TH-O.MAS H-)SON,Frinter. .

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"J'OR Sale, an excellent Fari, situated in t1he
south l ,esterly.part of Hlarvard, Worcester
County, containing about 70 acres of Land, and a
Hotse and Barn. The land is di.'ideil into tillage,
pastmre, ond mowing., andmi is well watered fr'om a
periifnent spring. Possession on lie ehard imme-
diately. Inquire of ELIAS WARNER, on the
premises., ot 6
IIOMAS BADGEIt, Jr. has rernmoed his
Prtiting Office, at Room No. 10, Mershant's
ll, Cong'esqs.street. -. '
lMusie, Vocial aind Instrumental, typogratically
executed, on the most reasonable terms. "
Thie smallest fhvor which he iav receive from
his friends will be gratefully aeknoun,.ledged.
sept 8 9p
x'OTI 1CE,
T HOSE persons who are in. possession of any
SBooks, belonging to (he Library of the late
Jamies Winthrop, Esq. are requested to return them
to William \Vinthrop. ,
C Canmbrd'ge, Oct. 8, 1821.

A BELLAMY, No. G9, Broad-street.
oct 13 .
N ART ofa tHouse, consisting of 9 large rooms,
good cellar, woodhouse, pump at the door, and
every convenience. J/lso, a small House, consist-
ing of 2 rooms and upper chamber, situated atthe
south part of the town-to sminall families the rent
willbe very low. Inquire at theCentinel Colnting
.Room. oct 13
F OR sale, an excellent family HORSE, free
Iriom tricks, and perfectly kind in harness; he
is a fine saddle horse; will be sold low, only on ac-
count of the present owner's having no further use
for him. Inquire at Mr. Thomas Niles' stable,
Bromfield-lane. d e oct 13
E" MPLOYMEN' for five or sit gobd Iron Ft-'-
A u's ers and Turners, may be obtained on applica.
tion to HOLBROOK & DEXT'ER, No. 12, Cen-
tral-street. oct 13
I EACH Plank or Joist, o the first quality, suit-
h able for Planes, and well seasoned. .Tlhe
highest price will be given. Inquire at No. 50,
Court-street. J.AMES STEVENS.
oct 13 '
[TANTED,: an active iut:lligent BOY, about
W 15 years of age itn the'Paper Hanging aind
Upholstery Store, No. 68, Cornhill. -.oct 1
A GENTLEMAN of the profession ofLaw., in-
O. tending 10o setout tor Neuw-Orleans, :through
Ohio amd the other Westiern States within a ort.-
night or three weeks will take. charge .of any busi-
ness with which he rnay be entrusted, which will
not detain him 1.-. -l.,n ,., hisia route. He, propo-
sas to return i,. 4 i : ni..-.-h':. Inquire at thaGen-
tinel Counting Room. 5sp octA17
YOUNG married Woman, with a good breast
.., of milk, and perfleotlyhealthy, having lost, her
child, wishes to take one ta,nurse. Good recom-
mendation can be given.. Inquire at the Centinal
Counting Room. oct 10
Lost, supposed .to. be: stolen,
I N Watertown, on Wednesdaly 26th nilt. a re
Morocco POCKE' BOOK, conTtainiing'about
512 in money,and three notes of $200 each-, pay-
able from William Moses to Eunocb-Richards, be-
sides many other papers of novalue to any but: the
owner. Whoever has fotiul said Pocket Book
and will leave it at the Centinel Counting Room or ,
at Stratton's Tavern, in Watertown, shall behand-
somely rewarded. oct 6

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