Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00017
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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the. presetyer e eerill t oll tl e o p.\.ede iy t ilemu "^/1 e1 o ., l ^i =eho ,oo'm in ..ll n tri r 14" .' ma. be e.powes A.l and.\l.censedo' UIell'n civlt a o, Elier isheIa ogt Swe rednted byios thllg'rcneli:T'A, fnrar*y o' .arleh, ad"* (r t eaeth Rug',^ th w old evem aepattod oil this os s l bem pteuo-
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pre iu s l a no l the ush t0 amnlt to pbto s a'le, citen r eap very day -It. eidn O tab, charges t JOSIAH llie twil-un. w .pt irteuly ret|rp hemb:te gor y of til r I n -ttt Tod~i ise arhe i portyead. Elizael ths .whfor doe a onniu.u r les tht the, people wouldd e to haveo aiiedin;)
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a d e n a d o -elI- C o ufn o f ara0 1,t an n yn udii ea et0r u t" o. h e t h e i m ,ch es e 1'fr C ol C arlr--- ,A Ia '. 1'. ? b elieI: ,-
carases lnn ~resel andastoothr aricnhr ; tim15h a v osove er set,naa nd ocl k, nsar-B stn h, ai enutw L ie saitduo otelb a ft eUivriya a ll~ ''eBde1.t~ u lot in ex ..r.I t.], I e prei nt )'ea were ot of" n;-.o
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thia.plan.Istret, : nl uow ocupied Iy PIr. Jhn 11. HawesI; it] v~ hien ud r igyh~u t ,te huml ady se'u'fs~tba- wor k Wasbels gtuning z18 S.11, kamln arly inised he "It' rlydnn gto .yu Tne paesde ad d v Gn era! Jackson h
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liberty to become members ol" the society on pay- nran, years --also, e Dwelling-house, Bt'n, .Store- hnden at Salem, m and lor said connty, on tlle p itmens of Antiqnt s, A'uttn;al history, and o "",.wt'.c i (er ptal and ,A m rna.mnt, itvl .
ing the usual assessin en.s. lious'e, wood '-house, earn barn, etc. T he prox uni- fi rst T uesday in O ctober, A D. 1821. r Tobe re ttr 'i m ade b y G enter a C iaaksun to
\.The Commlittee of publications S11:11 be desilr- ty of this l.arirm to Bosolln wili redr ldeialei:;A^KOEdeeu ionmprs of the, work cvl oen-olo "a*.A,'i'lK^tishbascrpsw:saci.o t h.l-
ed to report a plan l of maki ng both l period ical and tn t]e tln'mer who woul enltivale .5"uit and vegeta- ,' tor tdlo;,a nce her aecou nt of ahnisi.,ti.n t.n"" t t .* i n vea volume* f olio, td ^td\fli";tt>the i Sh" T tow i^ Def degre i to ttif ow
o cca io n a p u lic- io n s o il Lh o o f th e ocie y y in v e ry la q ethaill or t l e "E n glish. I q h "iil g of tI e hl Un d yer t o.al e o nfo J d g e
o eeasional publicttions ona the i p nt of the s society, bles for l' L IV ma .rk et--ior tliat u/v it is well k nown to' the estate of* Daniel Rogers, late ol Ipsv clh, if, and the p ates are partly in very f oi g o' ? tlettiff tiid pe t ,\rt.nien as n y of w eii under t o od. The, e thi s habe1so rpus, w.Cs e t ll to J.
n g ic llu l I e stim ate o f t he ,l n ty t m an u re is in d i p .ns .b l t 'o load s o f s ai d ubnuy es u he d e ce as e d estate :-al Is w h y he so l d o t b e a tc i e t o
p ro b a hl e e .t e 0 1 -'e x p e ns e s le n dli ng t h e se p n hl i c a w h i c h m a y b e t a ts p or te d tI 'n l lo to t o th i s "O r d e r e d ,a t t h e fi r s t u e s d a y o f N o v e m b e r b e i n g w e b e l i e v e t h e l a r ff e s t e n g 'r a v i n g s e,,' yint h h a dews in t h e fnolrih,.qo t 1 le
ti trp r e. on l st n to t ists e g av n s r 'sn "t uS liiiid a nrottptfOre t aa'e -l r rcy. ,l il h
ions, aecordinglv as they shall be sold, or be dis- pceinaday wit less llor nd expense i,l team ,ext, clevell(tie clock before nuo be assigned ever attached (o a book. ThTheprog o fn l theirac mrs d" o nt t hat w ri or tribuna, tlt e
.allgftfa~sl.is ai Vl tty, ii ksssap )nr-It thanxl; t ofh e f, re s in "" n, t of issuing" that writ. In the mean tinie
tribaiie lgra].inloushv. thian tor liid lt" th quantitv tontanv F-arms tl\t are as tlhe timettr'eonVideriFor saidmaceout, at aaufirt size, however, is their least merit, as they yitcorporated \ompae, b<.'ea i e fbrne," i'eearried (;.ailavna 3 wa s cds arred, after hii sealedl box
5. 9;his Com ntlite shi;ll be further desired to toceu iiedt lrr tlif same purpose, .hesidls lle advan- or !'t.>bate, tlen to he i su a ao l t n i elwi',,, < ikstid
s u g g e s t a t }a n t or o b t a i n i n g a g r i c t lt u r a l i u t or m a t a g e o f b e i n g e a r l y n t m a i k e t a n d e a r l y l o > e ( 1 1 i o u it t y ; i an d t h a t s a i l e x e u l 'ri x g i e n n o t i c e t o a lU ad obt hke r p ri n t s o f t eq, kif "nd T het, no p ie nrt .i e t,'c o,, tn l ft o h e nr.thi it f t h e cli e
roa l e 4 oll itis lsowel a~al* ltti por o s lter te kil Il 0 )ti ll t tiret ftn einrce uel lur"it.vokpav
7 .o il i'n .ilff e re n ts a ( toe n s a o t "Ath e s tat e whi h a l r e a tl i<' o t ol a s e ns onteard s te sa ese it aby ai n g a n a t S a n o t w ather a p peflekd. l e gsne r a l 1 wet l t ho r : P l ,'-
th beui ta l e co r o f u t'ica t b o s a te S ; 1 to 'Iith eIoadlit.tn dd, 1or. til e, a d t f' 't h e r ,r os .c u t lo n o f t h e r c m e -
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tig the citation, but as'an expression of indi-
vidual and official respect. Bit he had no
reason to be satisfied with the result of this
visit. Gcn. Jackson told him e-xplicitlv, and
afterwards repeated it to others, that lie
should have been punished had he gone one
step further." Gen. Jackson, it seems, in-
sisted that he had acted towards Col. Callaiva
in his supresc judicial capacity, and that tak-
ing him into custody was justifiable on the
.ruund of contempt, manifested in his tardy
compliance with the order to deliver the
papers.
These events transpired on the 23d anal
24th of August, and from that time until the
3d September, very little else was talked of
in Pensr.cola. In the course of that t-me a
report got into circulation, and reached the
ears of Judtlge Fromentin, that on his visit to
Gen. Jackson he had made an apology.for
issuing thIe writ of hibeas corpus, and there-
by escaped punialimehtflb, ,"
Unfortunately, instead of merely contra-
dicting the story and disregarding it, he
thought it incumbent upon him to rescue his
judicial character from the odiutrm of suchl a
suggestion, and addressed a letter to General
Jackson, respectfully requesting the General
"to enable him effectually to contradict that
report."
"Bust General Jackson maintained that lihe
Shad clone so; and Judge Fronientin treated
it as an injurious suggestion. This excited
General J:ackson to a final answer, .which his,
best friends and warmest admirers will ever'
regret c bat his pen had Irodduced. Detailed
accountoS of the vwl ile i Xwith copies o
the correspondence,, have been transmitted
to Washington, and 'we regret to add that
copies ofthe correspondence have been con-
fided to individuals and are circulating pri-
vately."
E. FLORIDA. ST. AUVOSTII', OCT. 6.
On the arrival here of the acting Governor
'VonTuiNGTOx, hlie wrote to the Spanish Es-
c'ivaro, (Mr. ETnA.GoaO,) to deliver up to
hir. LAW, the Alcade, tlhe papers in his pos-
session. The Escrivaro refused ;-on which
three American citizens were commissioned
to take possession of the withheld archives
and documents, wherever they could be
found, peaceably if they coztld, butforcibly if
they nist. This commission was composed
of JOHN t BELL, JaMeis G. FOfiiBES, and En-
CtuxDa LAW, Esqrs. having Messrs. Johin G.
Bird, and Antelm, to- act as Clerks.
flu the 2d, Governor JAcKsoN's order was
received for taking into possession the pa-
pers in question immediately. A consultation
was held between the acting Governor, and
Cot. EVSTIS; and the Commissioners and
Clerks, attended by Mr. Hflanliam, the Sheriff,
entered the Escrivaro's office, and in lhis
presence took peaceable possession of five
boxes of papers, and departed. They then
proceeded to the house of the Spanish Ex-
Governor [Corpi.Gocit ;] and the Sheriff en-.
tercd his office, by kicking hIis foot against
tle d lor', and took quiet charge of six boxes
more of papers, which are now in American,
cstody. All the private papers will be in-
startly delivered to their owners.
Though the Spanish officers loudly pro-
tested against the seizru'e of their papers,
they behaved very well;. ano we are proud
to add, that the Commissioners, and officers
with them, executted the iTfftair in the com-
pletest and most unexceptionable manner.
A list of all the papers is to be made out in
the presence of the Ex-Governor and Eseri-
vwro, ifteicy choose to attend.
Go'. VWotnTIs:GTos has declared the city
of St. Augustine.to be visited.by a fatal and
malignant sickness. Doctors Stone and lM'-
Crooky, were appointed to administer medi-
cal lid" tS thepor. .
=. .. -'0B0 STON, =

WEDNESDAYMOWNIN3, OCT. 24, 1821.
S LATEST FROM ENGLAND.
S*It will bie seen below, that Litdon dates four days
the latest were rseesved yesterday by wny of Nevo-York and
it gives us pleasure to acknowledged the attention of our
corrT-pondertI of the rs.-Torki Daily Advertiser, in furnish-
inag us with a Liverpoul paper of the 6th September.
0I:lf the Courier statement is true, that
advices have been received in Paris from
Constantinople, by express, to the 6th or 7ti
August, th!iey must be the latest by several
days received from the capital of the Ottoman
Empire.-These ad vices confirm the accounts
before received, That the Turks have,acceded
to the demands of kiassia, and that no new vwatr
will ensue. We m can readily eielleve the
occurrence cf tihe events said to be connect-
ed with tihe promulgation of the agreement
of the Divan-as the tardiness of tle Turks
is proverbial; and the character of S-mooao-
Nor hIas long been known to be that of a
high-minded, testy Minister. The accounts
of war preparations are possibly, and proba-
bly. only repetitions of old reports, and the
usual aliment on which the daily presses of
Vienna, Paris, and even Londnn, feed.
The Br'emien articles of Sept. 2d,which have
appeared in the papers, we- imagine belong
to the above class of reports, though it is
known Bremien is miclh nearer Vienna than
SParis is. T'he lastPat'is accounts from Vieina
were silent onAustria's taking Airtt in any war.
c3Tlhe British King left Dublin the 3d
September.-Hisarrival in London was daily
expected. His ta.ry there, it was said, would
not exceed a week,when he would commence
his tcur to IIanover,and other parts ofthe coni-
tinent. It appears by the papers that. the
attachment of his Irish subjects, and their ex-
ertions to do him honor, and m.ike him in
love with Irish hospitality and "blarney,"
continued unabated; and his departure was
as brilliantly comiemonrated as his arrival;
and what is' tnore extraordinary, the King
hims.-If was not tired of them. Lord Loi-
SOsntEnRY preceded the King, to prepare the
business necessary to be ;itttcded to in Lon-
dotn, before the tour of Germany commenced.
Siugtigeiicent pi-eparatioons were making' in
Hanover, for theCoronation of George IV.
ac King of his German dominions.

(0Latcstfro,_ Ettglantd.
t"'trhte Rot'-t Fulton, 1lst arrived in "New-York from
Liverpsol, in 43 days ; and tltesttentliou oaoi u erorie, aHn.
thest. and ilsase of Mr. T' plitf, enable us lo glve all the
eseisetial articles ofiutelligesce hrutiagbt.
RUSSIA AND TURKEY. -
The Cotroier of the 4th September, con-
t iln3 an extract of a letter f,'om Constantino-
ple, (received by express at Paris,) dated,
.ltotffust 7th, which states :-
"As' Turkey has agreed to all the
terms demanded by Rtussia, war was out
of the questiole :--Bttt as the documents
were .delivered tvwo hol's after the time
allowed to the Divan to .decide upon
them had expired, two special messen-
,gers were despatched to St. Petersbttt'gh
to commtinicaite them."
The B.sron its STraOGONOFr is still wind
h bound; antd it is contidently expected that ao
answer to thn information conveyed by the
expresses will arti'e in time frlom the Russ-
stan capitsul to prevent his departure.


Notwiithiatding tlhe positive tone of the above aetielu
tihe Nris' papers co-tinnusle to puilsihi usacnunts of "dre'.d-,
fis tot(es of prepauationi*'" >ir .r, in Autot ia as wsll a0 s ns.
aIll.- lie lollbwin nis tV a me Wat t them;-
"VIENNA, Ave. 22. No positive news
has been received here from Constantinople.
The Ilist are dated July 31st. [tnt so late by


seven days as the Paris express article.] At
that time, the Baron BE Svttiooosor was de-
tained at Bujuk4ere, by violent tempests.
Letters from h'Trkish capital, say; that
t' the Porte, foreseeing that war would inev-
itably ensue, if STRIOnoNoFF executed his pro-
jected intentionto depart, solicited himrn to
continue his stay, to which he finally consent-
ed." Other letters say, He was induced toe
remain, by the influence of the ministers of
the Mediating Powers, in consequence of a
promise on the part of the Divan that it would
agree to the propositions of Russia.'d
AUGSBURG, Auo. 26. Preparations for
war were still making in Besserabia, and tlhe
other firontier provinces of Russia. The
corps d'armee, commanded by Count nE WITT-
GENSTEIz,, has marched to concentrate his
army on the P5uth, and he was waiting for
,orders to cross that river. The army of Jus-
sU' PIACA, which is very numerous, is con-
centrated on the right bank of thile Truth,
Sand anxious for the commencement of hos-
tilities. The advance posts of both armies
are in' mutual observation.' A second. Rus-
sian army, of 180,000 men, was forming on
the banks of the Dwina ; and a third to consist
of 150,000 men was to be raised in the course
of two months. [0i3I'Ve have copied'these last
articles, though the intelligent reader 7vill per-
.ceive that they kave been harshed ttp several,
times before.] ..
.The letters add, that the Tilt hI;sh et]e''ad
taken -refuge at the island of st a.,cho that-
four Greek fire'ships had been sent in with-
^^t f-ct i- aao4*'at 9s 2 t r_ Lift
rvdet'prtcVIled, the 'Tui k cs were punihed i'
they entered the Greek quarter of the town.
[The London Courier, remarkingt on thie warlike news
in she Paris papers, contaii-Id in articles from Vienna,
Augdjurg, Frantiib:-t,&e. says, V'fles swe can suppose
that those as tides arelabrications, we do not see how it is
hilselya rupture can be avoided betwTcen Ruissia amid Tur-
key.] ______,
ViENNAAUG. 17. The following is
given as another version of the demands
of Russia on Turkey:- '
1. That all the Christian churches which
have been destroyed or pillaged should be
rebuilt and put into a state of service for their
holy destinations, by which means Europes
may be consoled for the death of the Patri-
arch of Constantinople, and tihe profanations
which followed that deplorable event.
2. That distinction should be made be-
tween thae authors ofthe existing troubles or
those Greeks who have been led to take
part in them, and between those whose inno-
cence should protect them from the severity
of tle Divan.
3. That the door of peace shall be opened
to those, who may have remained tranquil,
and to those who, within a limited period,
return to submission.-
4. That Russia shall be enabled in the spirit
of existing treaties to assist in the pacifica-
tion of Moldavia and Wallachi--to place or-
der a.ad tranquility there on a permanent
footing, to the end that the example-of those
provinces may be such as to rechl to obe-
dience all Greeks who sincerely love thdir
cotntmy. --
It will be remembered that thle Turkish
Divan were invited by Baron S'rTUiooNceFr to
give an answer to the Russian propositions,
in eight days.. They expired with tile 26th
Jtly.-On the 26th, the Baron sent for'their
reply. Hle was informed verbally, that tlhe
Porte had agreed to comply with all thle pro-:
positions ; but that oil ace.ount of the length
ofthe notes, and the time necessary to make
the various translations, a delay of 4.8 houis
wa.s requested, vlen- an official answer'should
be given :-It turned out, however, that the
delay was rot necessary, and on beings fum--
ther urged, the official answer 'u l+rst..
i- ,'r-r '" I' t S et to the rI--qtiSitsion of tise
ts R',ir 1, tI%.),, The reply, it seems, was
saor ,.IIti'hl...t, to the' Russian Ambassador,
who on the ensuing morning, demanded pass-
ports fior himself and suite, to qtit Constonti-
noplts declaring he could not accept a tardy
_answer." The passpo-ts were then granted
to the suite of thie Ambassador ; but his own
name was omitted'in then. At the last date
it seems he remained wind bound, in tile ca-
nal. [( TlThii account appear's incongruous.
The events it alludes too are thus explained
in another account.-The Divan deliberated
ot the Russian Propusitions until the last day
allowed ; ulhen it came to the decision to a-
gree to them ; but the translation and au-
thentication-of the documents, delayed tihe
return of the agreement, until two hours af-
.ter the expiration of the term ; when S TtO-
coNory could not "receive it ; and it was sent
on by special messengers to St.Petcrsburghi.]

BRITISH AFFAIRS.
LoSnox, SrEPT. 4. The King was to have
left Dublhi yesterday.
The Coroner's inquest on the body of Ho-
ney, still c3ntinutls its investigations. The
details of the examination occupy many col-
umns of thie da;ly papers, and are, among the
worst specimens on record of the contradic-
tory testimony of witnesses to the same fact.
lPrices of English Stocl.s, Serpt. 4. Three
Per Cent. Consols 76 Three and a half per
Cents. 86 7-8 ; Four per Cents. 95 ; Five
per Cents. 109 ; Consols for account 76 3-8.
French Funds.-Five per Cents. 87'. 30c.
Bank Shares 1540f.

THE KING'S DEPARTURE.
DUBLIN, SEPT. 4. Yesterday his Majesty,'
after paying visits to Lord PowvascosrT, and
the Earl of ME'rTH, proceeded to Dunleary.
The preparations of adieu were neailythe same
as'those of his welcome three weeks before.
[Here fjblloos a colutnin of details ofproceedinqs
in high holiday luniguage.] He embarked a-
bout sunset on board the Royal George
yacht, yii ieh was surrounded by .two others.
yachts, and six vessels of war. With thie ed-
dress of the city of DIdubin, on his'-Majesty's
embarkation, a beautiful Laurel Crosvn was
presented by Mr. O'CovnIt.L--And tlhe
King's answer was :-" Geat/eman--I ap-
proached your shores 'with pltasure-olenow quit
"tlem. aith regret. Mdsay God Alminghty bless you
all until 7me meet again."
The Kitg will visit Vienna, and the seat of
Price EsTetiIAzY, before lie returns ft'omi:
the Contient. ite is expected at Vienna,
the 28th Sept. and will return to Ehglaod, in
October, taking Paris in his way.

Loisnos, "SET..4. In tlhe Ainhl'omache, at'-
riveed at Portsmouth, ft-om the Pacific, the
Lady of the Ex-Viceroy of Peru, ber family,
and Lady Cochrane, came passengers.

The Queen.-The funeral of the lhte Queen,
in Brunsfrick, was most nag'nifieent. The
church was strewed witho flowers by an hun-
dred virgins of the first families; arsd the
persons in the procession were said to exceed
20,000. Another attempt of her Executors
to attach to thie coffin the plate bearing
the inscription of "injured Queen," wvis in-
successful.--She was buriedin a vault contain-
ing fifty-seven coffins of -members of her an-
cient and heroic family.
The Queen of Entgiaittu was ahatt conclud-
ing a loan with a batiking house in Paris, the
pioment site fell ill.


It is mentioned, that tie income of Prince
EpTErHAizr, tie Autstriani Amnbas3slor int Lon-
don, and the constant companion of thle Brit-
ish IKing, is nearly twio millions and a lihalf
of dollars annually. It was his coat, andI his
lady's dress, whlichi mie such a btazc' ii Sine


British King's lt.e coronatiorn ceitmonn.i re
is unquestionablly thc richest subject inu-
rope, if not in the world. '
In June last there were t!'ree pilgr;mirtes
proceeding through Palestine, oi their miy
to the tombs of Jesut, at Jerusalem M4-.s,
on Mount Sinai; and Mahorimet, atI Mece1-
composed of Cophlts, Greek,, CIt rist1ano, nt
Mahometans.
.lgrictltura ,reports -The 't rvsqt in+",f
land promised an abundant cr..p. Whlieat asi
said to be partially affected by ihe ,'-,tat,
but not to any inju ious extent. On it
land the crop was very fine, "n h,..t' lan it
was much down. In some patis it wasinot
rated at more than two thirds The cr4 of
barley was immense. Oats tere 'i eIll gtin,
and beans and peas were abuinaatlii. I

The government of the loiior. W-ltndihua
issued tworbroclamations, ienr iisi1c nft hb ,-
ishment of piracy against tiuci itt .r, lseeslI
as should aid-th2 Greeks 2s tI.it the Tttk.
Bouany B,, "O' it-.- 7i. ,:d't1ch Anli an
ship G nTiers! Ga.'. s( c ,,itn t rie'. I tC
Sh['r l it7'a Colti I 1 Ne'v Soutl. 1%.i4, :, iselie
13t]h Sptcnbpic er., l3i., In pay .f'64u uor
h..inrg tlk n ror n i- cti m l E'.cc t t ort V; 1.1,
an-I rife free nin, rind hiding quilted e
h,,rbor s ithuot a cl a ..lir' ce. ,

Gti-. ,1jl Jc tK .--1Tll- r.id .t t [I tis Ot -s
:ti:guulstd ofietr in the rFlrtd:s, it the itt.
j.:ct of 'nAucli' sbai p and 1Onic. aiof,') ,4siiiii-
'ion jnJ.h hsTe.&uol~tiT^.si~ikca.iit~cJ b'eg Wi-t's
n'r-ei.J tlsattia exawdirih' ci-rres'[r,,deisice
between hiil iand Judge Ftno-.tE, t, *',",%r.
whlr.li ; htMe ,iLj,-cl ti ant ;tt tie I.e it.ar-.ttrl.d
from the XVatimal Intelligencer into out opl-
umns, has been circulated in MS. bit,.e' aye'e
not learnt that any copy of it has yet. reached
this place, nor has it appeared in any,, paliFr
we have received. The WVashington City Gq-
'xzette gives as report that, he had left Florid-,
and had arrived in Tenntessee; and that lhe
had or was about resigning his office of Gov-
eonor-Genei'al of the Floridas.: The last NVa-
tional intelligencer makes no mention of either
of these reports; and the reader will find, un-
der the mail head, that on theSd of October,
he was in Pensacola, and had ordered the pa-
pers of the Spanish officers in East-Florida,
to be demanded, and seized if refused, ill the
same manner as was prac'ised in West-Flori-
da-with this exception-the persons of the
Spanish officers in East-Florida were not or-
dered to be arrested.
*Thisi gentleman was a dlistingaished member of the U.
S. Senatefor several years.,

.1ntiquarian Society. An annual meeting;
of this national Institution was held yesterday.
ISAIAH 'IHOMAS, Esq. was rechosen-Pres-
ident; and the Rev.WILLIAIt BANc ttoF'-r, D.D.
and the Hon. DKwiTT CLINTON, Vice-Presi-
dents-the latter' gentleman ill the ropm of
thd Hon. Timothy .Ii-elow, deceased. The
Bon. Edward IT. Robbins, Benjamin Rusfell,
Esq. Rev. Wm. Jenks, Rev. Charles Lowell,
Thorn. L. Winthrop, Esq. [this gentleman was
chosen in the room'of the Hon. James :Win.
tilrop, deceased,1 Hon. Oliver Fisk, Hon. A-
bijah Bigelow, Hon. Levi Lincoln, Samuel
Jennison, and Edward D. Bangs, Esq. vere
chosen Counsellors; Rejoice Newton, ':sq.
Recording Secretary, and James C. Merrill,
Esq. Assistant Recording Secretary. Com-
mittees reported, that the communications to
the Society on subjects connected with the
Antiquities of our country lhad increased to
an extent nearly sufficient to form another
volume ;-that tlhe elegant Edifice erected
at Worcester for-the safe keeping of the Li-
brary, 'Docu mnents, and Cabinet ofthe Society,
was entirely completed, and well filled; anl.1
aJLsafa-add i itions--tmit4at-4adeepavt-mats t -,
it have: bee made since the last meeting.-
Few travellers pass through Worcester witlh-,
out stopping to view the Library and C:tbinet,
and all express the high satisfaction they af-
ford to every one who feels an interest it the
preservation of memorials of the 6rigin of' our
beloved country, and nation.

TOWN MEETING.
An adjouril ned eeting' of' tl citizens was
held on Mon.lay-F .Ncts J.. OivEti1, Esq.
Moderator.
The reports, which had -been printed and
distributed, wete read antl debated; after
%s which it was voted to refer the subjects of tlhe
two reports to a committee of thirteen per-
sonis, to report at a future meeting a system'
relating to the Administration of lie T;own
and County. The following gentlemen were
chosen on the committee, viz:-
lion.John lPhillips,William Stillivan,iCharles
Jackson, Josiah Quincy, William Prescott,
Daniiel Webster, Lemuel Shaw, Joseph Til-
den--Wm. I udor, Esq. Gertge Blake, Esq.
Col. Hersy Orne, Isaac Winsiow, and Stephen
Codmrlan, Esqrs.
A report was read by the Chairman of tlie
Committee forn erecting a House of Industry.
WhIicreupon it was voted, that the thanks of
the town be given to the Chairmian and Mem-
bers of the Committee for erecting a House
of Industry, fur the intelligrQent and able mati-
ner in which they have conducted the businits
entrusted to them, and that they be request-
ed to proceed in thie undertaking. Voted,
that theta report be printed and distributed
among the citizens.
Voted, That tlie sumn of six thousand dol-
lars, voted'and assessed upon the inhabitants
for the purpose of erecting a new Vegetable
Market, he, and tihe same is herehy transfer-
red ind appropriated .t the erection of th0
House of Itdii-stry, and tlhie said aminount of six
thousands dollars, in addition to that previous-
ly voted, be placed at the disposal of th6.
Commit1ce appointed by ti.e town for uild-
ing the house of' Industry, to be applied to
(lit t object. '
Adjourned to Dec. 10, at-10 o'clock, A.'M.. '

,UPRIIME JO~D[CfMfL COURT.
Mitntl.txsrx (nuN-r, OCT- 22.
Csstmoanvealth, cvs. Mlichael.t!artin,.
Tile prisoner was bright to the Bar this
morning. The ChiefJustice then delivered
the opinion of thie Court, relative to tlie ob-
jections taken by the defendant's counsel, ais
to.the statutc upon which the Indiettnent was
'founded--which was, that the construction
given by the Coirt in their charge to the Ju-
=y, and adopted by them, was correct, and
that the offence of' the Prisoner was capital.
Withesrentpon the Solicitor General aifeu
the Court that Sentence of .Deathi, be now pas-
sed upon the Prisonner,.and the Chief Justice,
after a most dignified and pathetic address to
him, pronounced the awful sentence of the
law. --
A full account of the trial, &c. is now print-
ing by Messrs. Russell & Gardner.

It is announced in a late Genteral Order of
tlhe General in, Chief of the U. S. army, that
the President has decided that brevet second
Lieutenants appointed from the Military
Academy, when promoted to Secotd Lieu-
tenants shall take rank fiom the date uf their


brevet commissions.

Correction.-It wts tle Cireuit Cs'irt of' the
U. S. (and not the Sipremre Court) in whiichi tlhe
imTlortant t-decisiot o, tlIe sulbject of Bills o(f Ex-
Cha/nge has been isade.

l',tiual and exact .ut.lice." A e.to manI lIas
eCen Ihurng in Georg!a, tor shoaling a whiite 111:111:--
A'.d one Dtatic l haelly, for sshooutiig a n'groif ils
eiteuteaved to foutr)tuars iimprisoiau.iil.


.Vc.' Psa!.',n Book.-It is announced in the
London pap-ors. that Walter Scott, Crabbe,
Soliht-,, Milman, Heber, and Wrangham,
are er, rl,\u ed in composing' a new book of
PsImso .sMd Hymns, for. the use of churches.
A con- iminatiun devoutly to be wished."

Applic.tions of the candidates to fill the
vcanc\ ii the South Carolina College, occa-
stoned by t'ie deatt of Dr. MAXEYT, will be re-
ceived until the IstDecember.

The excellent .Military MArine Corps, the
Sea 'Fencibles, have presented to their late
Commander, Capt. WINsiLow LWIS, a Silver
Pitcher, with, sultiable inscriptions-one of
which is, ",Sailors' Rights by Sailors' best de-
fended." It is from the workshop of Messrs.
Stodder & Trobisher, Cornhill'.

The Dudlean Lecture will be delivered this
afternoon, 3 clock, at the University, by
the Rev. Mr. Puancr, of Brookline.

Fatherless nnd W"idoow's Society.-The Fifth
Annual Meeting of the Fatherless and Wid-
ows Society, will be at the Boylston Hall
Tars ArTrEn'oox at'3 o'clock, for choice of
officers and other business. I,
In the evening an address Will be delivered
'by S.L. KNAPr, Esq. with Prayers by the
Rev. Mr. SnAar,,and several pieces of Music
suited to the occasion. After which a col-
lection will be taken in aid of the charity.-
Scrv-ies to coni3mence at half past 6 o'clock.

STIl: S.al.Uatlt luos ulI the first-ani s.'corndt
Baptist Societies will celebrate their anniver-
sary to-morrow evening, at the Rev. Dr. BALe-
WIN'S mneeting-hduse ;--an address will be
delivered by Rev.l Mr. WAYLAND on the occa-
sion--also prayers; and singing by the choir
and children: A collection will be taken to
aid the funds of the institution.-Service will
commence'at 6 o'clock.
An address will be delivered at the Rev.
Dr. PoIITER's meetlng-house, in Roxbury, to-
morrow afternoon, at 3 o'clock, by llr.-ny
WAanaN, Esq. of this town, bef'o-re the Soci-
ety for the suppression of'intemperance. We
understand that music will be performed, ,on
the pccasian, upon the elegant organ recently
erected there, and built by our townsman,
Mr. ApIa 'roN.-We are told that th-' Handel
and Haydn Society will assist the music.

Theatre.-Mr. HIIsoN's engagement closes
this week.-This evening he performs the
interesting parts of" Sir Peter Teazle," and
Walter," in twvo of the best dramas exhibit-
ed on the stage.

The Season The severe weather and snow
of the last week, has been succeeded by sev-
eral days of Indian sumn'ner. Snow is said to
have fallen to the depth of seven inches in
Hallowell. -----
To Con Esroqp SNTS. We owe an apology
to our friend "C." for delaying the inser-
tion of the interesting account of the Mas-
sachusetts General Hospital." The public,
we feel, have a deep interest in th;s invalua-
ble Institution ; but engagements compel us
to .defer his communication until Saturday.
Others are entitled to a similar apology.

MARRIED +
In this town,on Sinday morning, by The Rev. Mr.
Dent), Mr. Samuel Austin B1lknap to Miss Mary-Ann
Fennelly-In the evening, by the Rev. Mr. Balloon, Mr.
Putnam'P. Rea to Miss Elmily Powers.
On Sunday veveiiighy the Itev. Mr. Sharp, Mr. Samuel
Millard to Miss Maria J. Ham.
Oil Sunday evening, bv the Rev. Dr. Balldvwin, Mr. El'iat
A. tlall.ofConcord.N. 'H. to Mist Eliza Loud.
On Tuesday evening, by the tev. Dr. Gardiner, Mr.
Smitnel Nicolsoun, merchant, of Chlarlestont, S. C. to lisa,

i... ,. r ,(i I_ ,11. l.., ,':,1 i.. SiMrs. Hannah Ad-
...-.- 1. 1;. '. t. l-. i -,i1 ',111,. ii.
li .. i I ..i', Son Sildaiy evening, by the Rev. Mir.
Turner,Captoll. Walda 5Hil,jr.tofSauo, Me. to Miss Manrinda
Dix.
In Salem, ReIv. Samuel Green, ot Reading, to Miss
Lou iso s-i RtopS.
In P'yoiothi, on Thtersday evening last, Mr. Win. Bish.
op to0 lissS Sirah T. Bartlett.
In Pi'ovidence, Mr. Join Matters, of Marblehead, to
Mrs. Hannh Neal, of P,
I Newbuii ynort, Mr. Charles Titombnito Miss Eiiiabeth
Morrill
S In llt. Vernon, N. ii. Mr. Jas. M. King, of Walthnm,
Masis.to, Miss Hntlulh L.ovett.
w In hillowell, Sle. Major Andrew Masters, editor of
the Hallowcll Gazete. to Miss Sarahli P. Livermore.
- lit Georgetown, Me. Doct. Timothy W. Waldron, of
1atih. to Miss Etzabheth Eminmons.
In Nrew-York.city. Mir. Adoniram Chandler, formerly ,f
thistowln), to Miss Elizna Milne-Cosl Camnel. E 0sq. to
fMils Mrgaret Conrey-Mr. John Pigeon, fuoInerly o"this
State, now' of Mobile.to Miss Marvy-An NVitjp,,of N. J. .
S In Philadelphia. Mr. Joseitll Perkins, formerly of New.
liampsbire, to Mits Mary E. Day. daughter of the late
lHienry Day. Esq. of West.-Springfield.
In Georgetown, Col. Dis. George T. Mason, Jr. Esq. to
Miss Ann Louisa Harrison.

DIED
t Inthis town, 13th itst. Mr. Arbemnss Stacey)sged '22.
On Saturday i'st, Mary, yoUlgiest daughter of John and
Jane Atkins.
On Suttdav Mr. Samtcl C. Stevenson, aged 26.-Mrs.
Ihssnalt Joh'tson. wife of Mir. Isaac .1. aged 54. Funeral
this tilteriiMon-'at 3 o'clock, Ifrom Mri. Gorlau nassett's
house, 59. Filsh-street.--Friends uid relations atel requested
to attend.
Oil Sulsay evening Inst, Mrs. Betsy Reed, widow of the
Itoe Mr.Jonas _teed. of tHeatih, Mass.saged 41.,
Ot Sunday, Joel Seaver, sun of Mi. Joel Wheeler, aged 6
a iths.
O tlhe l5th instT. Harriet Auehmnuov, thle daughter of Ju-
lins oFretlcer;k Hdeiirnan, aged 19 months.
In D*rcltet.e. last evening, Hon. SAMUJEL ADAMIS,
3.-l 1, ; i-.:'.- i. I, t r DuinnierAcaidenmy, anld formerly
1 I.-, ... 1,: I l'isetts ; gre-itly beloved by his con-
nexions antld frienIs, and highly esteemed by all who knew
htin. Funeral o-ntotrow afternoon at4 o'clock, froumIlse
house of tlev. Mr. Codman.
In Dediham. Miss etsey Riehardsonly daughter of Mr.
S muacl t. aged 27.
asI 1 Newton, Mir. Elisha Thwingaged 45.
In VWeyrmWUitli, o Frid.iy last, thle wii'*w Molley Bick-
nell '-aged 63.
11, sl n k IM r. ,..-.. .. C .... .-,:...1 I *e
In Ipswicht Cai. i .i .. -. ... *..- .1 ''
In Newburypsort. (founddead in bed) Mrs. S.irah Friend,
agel 76.-1r. Aatrou 0Iaslell, aged 40.- Mr. John Laird,
agedi250.
S it, N. t'ridgewvate,, Mr. tlatnilts Cutrtis, aged 70.
-s I peilerell. on lthe toll inst. Mrs. ABIGAIL PtiES-
(t r"l', twidlowsof the late Col. Viil iam Prescott, in tle 8gth
,ear ot her age.
Ii Mecnet, srI. Cihrlhs Rice, aged 94. Mr. R. served
lbis cisuonry tn tiish tts i whole teri oft a ht war of '50, and
s-ils toanited it the ba'tleol tinker's Hill, tor ihtich he
"to*ceivcd s pension fristit' ti coutnnty, after tite 3'ear 179.-1-An
il-- ii ii i ii ,, i.. ,, I ,1i 1
I, Is...,.. ii ... .s,,, i Carrn;formerly a Member of
.'liin Mitotr aIt. Jona. Dwial, ages!t51.
.ty tliuexijelit,,in of a Powder Mill, near nqaltimore.the
' lets inst. John Youngt, (the stuperiinntdant) Francis Kelly.
Clarls Itnagos, and Abraham Caution, lust theirlives. It
appeared In rvidintee before the Inllttst, tlin tile otspc'in.
tttindoist wtis diiing a wright nail wi'h a copier hammer
wlieit the c.rplosiuo took place. Tle deceiased have all left
fitnilhsi.
In Washington City, Gen. -Tohn Ross Key, an offi-
cr" of thearniy of thle raaolttion.
In Westit'relittit Co'y, Virg. Mr. John Milron Howe,
agesd 22. native of Greesinlh. /
In Notstway Cu'y, Virg. Rev. Johu Tones.
It "1iusilotuosts Ato hba toa, Mr. .tohIs F'lleritot B irrouglis,
aged 2-i, son of Mr. GeOot gi It.sf this tsown.
Sf oa Nce..Orleans, Sr. Harris, frost Msltistsetts, aged
30.-Mrs. lshcla Viuitsan, relict ofthe llte Capt. uoils' 0of
the army. --
We haive noticed the decease, in Concord, N. H.of the
titn. THOMASa W. THOMSON ; ttot cannot permit the
mesoisry ol'tbe iuttiitstte friend atid classmate of our late de-
ceastd friend its Sledtret, te past without ans ohituary testa-
meit. H-is usedu'ness and patriotist Ias U Statesman, live
in thetj'mtrnisuils of'the Legislaturesofthe United States, aitnd
New-Hamptshire-and the municipal and political offices
which ie was continta Iv etllsed to ,ststpin liy those who
.Ib-st knew his ability and fidelity, bear testimsony of Iis civie
worth a sud we shall sot awalen the semib lily of fatnly
eoatnexlonit by reminding them of a loss they only ean ts ti.
mate.-" Rut," siays the Concord Observer, the clsief
'excellence ofhi chris acter remains yt to be mentioned.
He was a Christain. T'le Chlureh of which lie was, long
titec, a ssember anol during several of his last years, a dea-
con, have felt a loss, which they have seldmn felt, ands '
which they cattot oftet te c-s led to feel, I diflciulties,
they expeotrd Iis euunsets, and they loved to kneel witt
hint, and mingle ilteir de'otions with his, in the house of


prayer. le Iwas,iext to their beloveil I'as'or, their earth-
lyi headand esnstellor. They" weep-hut it ii fur them-
selves. T'livy dep;ore tIleirut ownt loss-hut it is more than
eirthly comstsrt, that they iave witiisse'd tihe bright evi-
dlene it' hi-i title to an iheavetly inuheitance. The'diftrines
otI which he reposed, with till his heart, are those called tlhe
docliiiies of Grace. During lis lotig and lingering sick-
neiss. ls t.-,nfidenceiu tihe sovereign g i acte ofGodincreasdl.
qs tlte tenure of his matri l lil dife 'ecayed. Fora several weeks
hel tinew lie was rapidly nproachiiig thei world of piri ;
yet lie was call nnlas pnt el'tlt. Hits language to thoic a-
round hi wias-" A IcOlltfiulce is placedl on the merits of
Clirist, and it sustains 11ie-I c;li contemplate death with
coiisou;v. e"' lii liopes penietrated the vcil. took heCld on


Clhristtand'were indeed, stan anchor to his sou].jHis end Sept, 0s5,lat 30,Ion 61, seh. Mary Ann,0 daysfrom Port-
was sesce land tir Goad.
"When a good man dies the world sustains a loss." Oct. 6, iat S5, lon i9. sell. Rapid, 16 days from Kenue-
At the interment of his remains, thle business of the diy bunk for St. Domingo,
was suspended, und the shops were shut. Oct. 17, Cape Sable E by N 50 mi les, seli. Freemason, fr
r this p 'ort..
At Gloterster, on the 16th inst. Capt. Elias Davis aged Oct. 6, lat 43, Ion 59, brig Roscoe. 6 days from Sairem.
65. Capt. Davis till within a fswseelis of lis datthl,ws nOct. 4, S'Sioal SW 4 lea seh. Eliza, tr.im Silem.
able.t, tpursSle hiis accustomed business For over 40 years On Mtonday night, 200 miles tr the tioutbward of Gay
he has been a shil ) Master, and has perTlbrined two voyages Head, sch Gen. Jachsnn frontBosto.
snee the cosrsentcetest of tse present 3'ear, and but a Oct. 16th. Cape Ccd W by N 8 lea.sch. Angler, Barber,
short time since retnrnied from his last voyage, and was 24 hoursfrom Newelitnort tor Maritiiqtie.
again upon ithepoint ofembarki hr'onanothervoyage. when Octl6th,8 lea. oft' CapeAnrpa fu,l rigged biglS8days
by tlheearnest snoicitations of his friends lie was prevailed frdm Porto Rico for Kennebuntk.
upon io relinquish it. iis eliarnicter was tht of tan Ioest, -
upright.'wothy' citizen, indusrioss, prudent, and exceed Brig Pheb'., Gcille,of Castine, sailed from PointPetre,
inigl tItteitive to his famiily. Asa husband lie was kind, Gau,. 12th ult. for Bassaterre. .-
and affectionate. As a tiilther he was pectliarly devoted T rhe Washington, hence satiled from Gibraltar Aug. 0o.
to the interests of his children, in them lie delighted, their Ship Neptune, Coffin,'of' New York, .9 onmtths out.with
gratifleatian was his highest ptleiisure, and li e lived to see 30 hhbills oil, or. a, St., Catharine Jlnte 6.- ship George,
ties grow up around him esteemed and reipected-three f',"3y, of Boston. 9 months out, with 1400 bbls was to
oiltoffitvesonsarenow masters of vessels. Thus for oanvy leave 20lot.or25lh, for Brazil Bank.
years haviin'g braved the storms snd dangers of theocean, 'The Two brothers. of" Newhuryport, had oune of her ca-
and haviisg escaped ioaity perils hly sea, the is called upon bies chaftd off at Cape Hatnien,in the late gale. asil con--
to make sail for Iis etelnmal heaven-tlihhber le is now gone, siderably injured in her hill, by runu'ing foul of aPostaon
his anchor cast, sad the passing vision of tbis world'shope, brig.
clanged for the solemn realitiesofeternity. T'he RoHno ar. at Trinidad in 42 days from this port,9
days olt, in a severe gqle, rcaei-cd injury, and was eom-
pelled t(i throw over part oft lier cai po. Was boilesil from


SHIPPING JOURNAL.
POUT0"' OF OS'TOAd--IS2t.
SATURDAr Oct. 20-A arrived brigs Pedlar. Blanc-tatd,
Africa, 72; Lion, Humphrey, -22' from Fort Royaiil, (bothI
via quar.J slchs. Palladium, Latircum, St. Michaelu, and 30
from Fayial ; Henrietta, Hubbel, Ocracock.lr
CltreedI-Ship Herald, Fox, Charleston; lbrit's Peoairoke,
Church, anud America, Richardsoun, Amsterdam ; Ant,Line,
St. Thomas and a market s Champion, Morse, St. Andrews;
selhs. Nancy, Tyler.,do.; Helen, Bassett, alt.; Pilot, CoubIh,
Phila.; sloops Orion, Godfrey,N. York ; Native, Miatsun,
Albany; Roebuck, Crandall, Providlence ; Enterprize and
Empress, Nantucket-; Eliza, Francis, Hart'ord ; sell. En.
terprize, Lubec.
SUtND'h_,, Oct. 21.-Arrived, ship Ceres, Parsons, Liver,
pcol.+53; sehs. Morgiana, iHall, Cadiz, 4 ; MorrsingStars
Mantor, Ricmi.onl ; Hector, Snow, Alexandria; Pacficie,
Lewis, Bait.; Regulator, Luce, Philad.; sloop Pomona, A-
kI n. N.B.:li'. '
AI ,,- L-. i' hjt,^to t ss-.ol t rou,, I-h --cLr. 'ism T.,s.aL -4
T.',. :1" :.:' '. It. i... ct -P 'vrj.,Ih-'.'r,-' i i .,L,, .,I..
t l i '- ..'.'s"'. I il ; s i ts-,'. (l p'V" .T.. ,sh. .i..t. as .l.. .... .. 1
1 1 I 1 t C 1,Ii o., I ..''. Psiacket, Hall, Alexautndria ;
Ar.n Rosina, Manchester, Petersburg ; s'oopsVisscher, It.-
graham, Albany ; Spartan, HInilbbel, Bridgepoat; Experi-
mient, Naiatiecket.
Ar. at qtraraintine, sell, Molly, Lakemvn, Pt. Pctre, 39,
via Gloucester.
MON'Ar, October 22-Arrived hbrigs Almira, Savan-
nab, via Providence ; Poliy, King, Richmonod ; Sisan. do.;
Sewell, Newhuryport ; sch. Rambler, Portsmuith ; sloopsI
Express, Bulkilty New Yorhk, 60 huors ; Lark, Osborn, New
York, via Salem ; Floret, Mallet, Bridgeport.
Ar. at quarantine, b.'ig Columbia, At\s tod, Matanzns, 94.
Cleared-Ship Belphas, Osgoeod, Batavia ; brig Caroline,
Bodfish, St.JJohns. P.R.; schs. Cherub, Sheffield, Halifax ;
Content. SnmI I, Chiarleston ; Illhnois, Aldershaw, Edenton;
Boxer, Woodhberry, Richmond ; Fanny, Cus:ring, St. Pe-
ters; Paladium, Manchester; arloops Horon, Burt. New
York ; Eagle,Layfield, Dighton.
TUESDA2, Oct. 23.-Arrived, schs. Mary Jane, Rogers,
of Lincolnville, Richmond.
Alko arr. sloop Macdonongh, Lewis, New York, 60 hours.
Cleared-Buigs Camnel, Upton, lMontevideo, by Wsm. B.
Sweet & Co.; Betsey, Virgin New Orleans, by Win. Par-
sons; Elizabeth, Doane, Mobile. b'y Fiske & Bridge ;
sch. Julia Ann,aMinot, Luhee; Telegraphi, Otls,Viscasett;
Freedom, Nichols, Savannah; Cent, Hallett,'Alexandria.
Sch. Orion has been scuttled at quarantine. Three per-
sons belonging to her, (of Surry, Me.) have had permission
to return home. '
Seh. Ellen, ordered down to quarantine on Friday, came-
upio lown next afternoon. '

Offices of Daily Adv. and Commercial Adv. "
Nveru Trk. Oct. 20. night. 3
A rmived ship Robert Fulton, Hodridge, Liverpool, 43.-
Sniled from Liverpool 7th Sept. Ship Parthian,for Boston
sailed 3d.
At Liverpool 7th silt. ship Laura Ann, Wood. Boston,
l5Ith, Mercury, Nickels, do. 2lit; Jessie, Ellis, do. days;
Orion, Davis, New York 16th ; Dorset, Walker, Savan-
nail ; brgs Peri, Halstay, New Orleans; jlarth,, Kenne-
dy, Qu'ibec. immediately.
Are. at Liverpool 5I ulot. ships Cortes, DeCost, of New
Bedfiord. N'w York ; Neistor, Macy, New York; Cumber-
land, Siniih, Mouirtal; ship Conmiece, of aiierr, Gard-
ner, Nurtolk. ',
S1n0r LLOYDS LISTS T-I T 4'H TT LT
Are. at Cowes, Ausg. 31, Gen. Lingani Cratbtree, from
Georgelts\s.n.
Arm. offFalmosth Aug. 30, Colisto, Attvell, frem New
Orleans.
Arr. at Gil-ralter Aug. 11, Whshmnmton, Ellis, Boston;
Gov. Books, Preston, Havana; -12ith, Sprinsgbird, Mar-
'b lehead; Glohbe. Marble. Boston ;--Sth, Coma. Berry, New
Orleans ; Elk, 'Wheehright, Boston.
Arcr. ut Aliant Aug. 17, Exchange, Jenkin-, Boston.
Arar. at Dalato, Aug. 12, Hunter, turner from Charles-
ton.
Arr. at Lishon, Aug. 8, Packet, Delano, Neow Bedford.
At Graversend, Sept. 3, Richlimond, Kny, Bengal ; Han-
nah. Hmnthorn. Bombaiy; Ugios, Robinson, Antwerp ;
Lively, Woolsey, Ar.-sterdam. -
A t C .i. ,ue 1. Gtr. L;,gan,- Crasltree, George-
r "i Ion. s!.. sIo-lC, =lpo1y.
At Elsi''eur, 24,--Gea. Jacksoo,.Havana ; Je.-cmiah,
Thosmpson, do. ,.
At Havre, 27; Charles, Coffin,.Sotih Seas.'
At Malaga. 13, Homing Bird. Caollins, Virginin.
At Purtsmnoutlh,, Roeliighom, Wsagho, Bomba'y.
At Petersbursg, 4, Stsqs hltiiiiali Dixey, i Iavatl ; Mi-
nerva, Sharp, Bihia ; Adventure. Smith, do.
A ElFsineur, 19, Hope, Steel, Rio .laneiro ; Brilliant,
('hanpmnan, Htlsvana. 20th, Augustus., Geddinig, Havana ;
Sill i Worm, ogers, do.
The Crillianu, Fenn, from London andl Madrtss to Ben-
gal, is totally lost off Ceungt..
Prices Ctu'rent at Livemspoal, Sept. 4.-Aterneian-Flouri--
sweet. in bond. 196 Ib 24 a 26s; isota 33 a 36s-Ashes, st
Pot, fresh, per cvt U. S. 39 a 40 ; Moitreal new, 32 a 33 ;
do stained snd crust, 28 a .32; American Pea. I., 39 a 40-
Cotton, hubwed, Georgia, s a s Id ; New Orleans. 8j a Is
il ; Tennessee, 84 a t9.d; tea 1 island, Is 1 d i s ; stained',
9d a Is 2d.-Flaxiseed., fis ertkhistg, 40 a 43.-Ttr|ten-
title, toa It 6(d a 12s 9d; nulln lidisg, I 3d ; iu inferior, o10s
5td--Rosin, Amnerician.70s 6d1 a 8s ;,t t'r, per bbl Asmericai
cargo, 13 a 15; Virginia, 1611 17-Tobacco, JaiLmes River.
2lt s 7d ; Rappnhitnnork, 2;,i i 41; stemmed, 3 a 44 ;
Kentuschy 2 a 4-Linsedet, per bushel. 7s rid a 8s 6d oil,
3s 6da 2st7d.

A letter from a passenger in the Nestor, arr. at L.iver.
pool, to a genttleian in this town. say, Tlhree daysout
we fell itn will' tlihe'boats of brig Domneitic (trmin Portland
hound to the southward,) caps. Barney; they contained
the whole crew (cant. Barney, his father, and five hands,
in all seven) and we have brought them to Liverpool. She
encountered a gate, was tlurowe.t down and filled." The
wreek of this bingghas been fallen in with l several times.
Sbut the a;ovlois the first information received ofthe crew.
Sloop Salem Packet, of HaIloween, hound to Weymouth,
was upset in Iptswich Bay, on Thursday last. Crew saved.
Thie Hazard, ar. at Providence, lost her main and mizen
topmasts, Aug. it. off Capse de Gatt. in a 'V. g-ale-On
the 13th was fallen in with by the U.S. shipiConstituinin and
Ontario, Com. Jones immediiately sent officers, carpenters
and seamen on board, who fitted a jury main aund proper
mizen topmast.' After arrival at Gilbraltar, mein were sent
Ifromstl' frigate, who made a maintopmast ind to igallant-
mast, and lens every assistance tn put theship in order for
sea. For which captain Child wihIes to exp:'ess his warm-
estacknowledgementsto thi Corn. to Capt. Boutlih and tihe
officers of tihe frigate, far their unremittied attention and
kind assistance.
The Hornet sloop of war, from New Yor-k, r. in Ha top"
tot Rtoads Ilth, and sailed again l13th, to wait for a convoev,
off the Capes. Site towed in the sloop Gen. Jackson. ftorn
N. Carolina for' N. York, shich was sissinsted oa the 8th, a-
bout 6 miles S. of the Capes, and same afternoon i A sfalien
in with.
Brig Gen.Johnson. of Gloucester, was stranded atNevis
in the late hurricane-the cargo she had on biaid (flour,
fish, oil, beef. macke rel, &c.) was landed. Shite arr. off the
port wilihout caiblesor anchors, htrving been blown out of
Guadtalonpe, Sept. 1,ina gale. T'hle caplitain was left on
shore at Basseterre.
Seh.-Mary, .og-ers, of Partsmouth, has been lost, in a
gale, at fonitves. -
Slosp Eagl'. a parket between New Londonu anid Sag-bar"
bour, lying to, off' Little Gilli Island, filer the accommoda'
lion of prpssenges, was drive, thlie violence among tlle roekBts, and instantly went to pieces-no lives lust.
VFSSELS LRF'r'.
At Point Petre. Grnad. Sept. 14, brig Alert. Gordon, of
Portland, for St. Thomias inS dast; brig Jaine, Bacon, do ;
lrig Cordelia. Sawyer, o. I dis. ; sell. ('thee'sb Snow for
sMarblehead IS days; sell. J. Ariiistv-ad, Neil, Wisiuhg-
'ti., isfdaysI; Irit Mary Jane, Dunbar, for Caistine in
10, and 4 or 5 others..
At Curocua.Supt. 30, Hope, to tail Oct. 2; Onslo. 5h ;
Finie, do. t
At Malags. Sept. 13. brigs Corporal Trio, Mryrv Elk
midl Warbler, (ilatler ar. 3d) for tilts'pol, ilh Te Fliza Was
sltil in quar. All the vessels whiah were lying within the
ltu:', lind betrn ordered into thie Bay. itn conseqiuenceof
twoim c:'hs luinvii tamen place ,n hoard a British essel.
At Ctdiot. Se-pt. 6, only the Fabius, fr G ibiraltir, and
Hope, St. TLIoinusa
AtTrinity, about Sept. 21, Eliza, for Bostauot, 1; Spar-
ta'l, Bith. 5.
At Port au Prince. 31 init. lbrigs Saralh Asn. Lombard.
frnto Phila. tlis'g ; Orion, bnithl. Kenneumnik.do Ferox.
,Burnhamn. do. just ar. Brig Rolina. Gorham, for Cam-
peaociysuined 2 days before. '1 ha Leo, Green, was going
In,
At St. Pierrces, 19th ult. brig Sarah, Cole, of Saco, seiz-
ed for haisng contraband gooss on board. Tlie 'I'm BSio-
Ihsr's, for tlis port, and Hawk, Gloucnster, sailed same
day.
At Pernambuco, ltis tilt. Stork, to soil next day; Ed.
sard, tor Sumatln. ulsr.
At Fayal, Set. 20, hric" Planter. of N. P.eilford, with 50
hbts oil ; seht. Juno. Ba'osn, Gl-u.eratter. 5. T'ie An. scis.
Grtyhound sailed 16th inr Lisbon, with the Deputies to
the Cortes,.
At Fort toyal, Sept.27. schs. Mary & Elizahblb, Whit.
tensote, ot Girs11cester, fritm Madeira, ar. 3 days before;
Enterprize, Gooe, for titus port, 10.-No Am. vess'el at
Mntani6th. The hurricane was not felt ateither place.
BrigBetsey, for Torks Island, sailed from Fost Riyal a-
beut 12 days before.
VEsSELS S'l(a rt..
I.st. 19, 40. Ion. 58, 20, sch. Franklin, Foster, 17 days ft.
soitn for Mart.
Oct. 8,lat 41, lin 62, 30, brig Waliderer, of Marble-
heath. /
Oct. 14, 1st 39.40, Ion 70, trig Telmachtus. Crosby, 14
tlias from Surinumn for Boston--haid lst foretolmnats, and
snustttopgallanltm. itsin a squall.
ht Crooked Islistd PPssage, seh. Gleaner frem Baracoa
for Portsnnrulti.
Oct. 10, lot 35. a., lon 6t5 10, the V.. S. et. Gratppu, s
days from ,Naw York.


a pvateers', ansd not l:,hndered -
,Brig Phoebe, of CaHtine, fom 11r. Petre, arr. at Ba-sse-
terre Supt. 14.
Sct. Liberty, Power, of this port, hats sailed front Cape
Hiaytienfors St. Jago.
She. Polly & Naney, of Newport, blown out of Saint
Barts, lias rr. at CapeHlaytien.
Seh. New Packet has or. at Sayaguo, from Newbury-
part, wvitih loss other deck lead. ,
Shel. Caleb, SHutchings, from Newburyport, has arr. at
St. Thliuss.
Sell. Monroe. of Portland, for Cuat, el. at Curacoa pite-
vitus to SeptL. I.
Brig Aurora, Blake, ofthis port far Meditelicranean, skil-
ed from Milarbilhtend oil Saturday lfst,
Arrived at Cape Ainn, sell. Molly, Lakeman, from
Point Petre, GLoa. .
A rr. at Salmen, 22d int. irig Ratmhler, Satchwell, Cay-
ent. (A. schs. egilusn, Litanprell, Nice; Aggo, VW'eston,
W. Indies via Bath. .
Arr. at Nitttitelket. soe. .;1 .. I .. 1,.. -1'..h i' How, s;,.'
nI t l fr. ln'j.lselr. I, .ll S I I ,i r., sc S L
I ,s. ,'s--. I .. i- Ardrnt-i i, Prince, Ltoston and
Porttland. '
Sailed& fom Chasrleslon, 8th inst. slip Fama, Iterrv, Li. '
verpvol ; brig Collector, Church, froni, Trinidad for'"rb-
tol. 1B.1.
Arr. at Savannah 10th inst. ships Emily, Babcoik. 65
days from Liverpool ; Concordia, Muic, Havana, 8 days;
Elizabetl,.Rich, Bosto,, 8.
NEWYORK. Oct. 20-Arrived ship Merelcant; A3 mar,
Liverporl, 52; Greyhound, Svannash; sloop Ruse, W'lyer
Nautucket,4. Cl. ,chs. Active, Howlaund, Wist Indies;
Sally. -.Port au Prince; Antelope, L.abouinsse, Cuba
sloop Maedononugh. Lewis, Boston. Sailed ships Manlhat-
tan, Crocker. Liverroel ; Riehgnd.l do..; brig Sarah. I.ee,
do. ; Fiorida,Tiirks island ;sehi,.-William, St. Doiaingo ;
Amazon, Turks Island.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 20-Arrived sloop Bostlon Pack-
et, Avery, Frnkhtelrit, iMe. 12. Ci. Br. ship Timnas, In-
glu, Pernambico ; brig Rote, Tubbs, Balavia ; seh. I Rol-
la.Pittee, Boston.

HISTORICAL' SOCIETY.
rH^HERE will lie a stated t'eEng_, of the llis-
torical Socielv 'O-M'OI',1 at 3 o'clock.
oct 24 .

-VOTIUC E .,..-
A SE-iI.annual meetiogol' th. B.-,ard-lor Cm.m-
missioners of the Society it, c,.i. rd. forI io..
motine Chr'istian Knowtledhge, ,lI te h,!i, is tun
'T'HURSDAY, Nov. 1, at lte Hall of the Union
Bank, at9,A. M. JOHN COI.IMAN, Sec'y/.
october ,24
X 0 ,7'IC11.
T HlE Proprietors of the IJivverhill and Frwaco-
S nia Itron /Jifanictory,,awe hereby notified
that their annual nteeting fto the choice of fficeis,
for the ensuing year and to transact any other bus-
iness that may comee hefotre them. will be hiolden at
Mr. Jno. Lee's CoUnting Roon,'No.'17, Conrnhill,
Boston, on WEDNESDAY, tie 7th November
ensuing, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
By order of the President and Directors.
oct 24 JAMES FOSTER, Clerk.

(U-THIS EVE1NINM
RlP. FOSTER will deer' lihis second Lee-
ture on EDUCATION, it I ) is room in Corn-
lill.-square; etrantee No. S. 'Tickets may Ie h itld
of Messrs. Lane & Lnmsotr, or at thie book store of
Messrs. R P. & C. WVilliams. Ip Oct '24

EVENING SCHOOL.
Instruction for yiauig Gentlemen in Dancing.
ST. STIMStjN, reslecttiltiy gives notice, liat
I. I.-a I, lAely commenfied wi'th a tnew class
I. I: ANt..,.r.s- o, 1, jNorch-Aihen-stret.'t A
inuuibir t(isa-e chsolt.rs cmis bt admitted as this clasa
is sIttaull. Ttremst cl'teitiotn 2 v: entrance, and
S8 at the close of theic quarter. School on the eve.
nintgs of VWednesdays and Fridays from n until 9.
Mr. S. respeettully isltoris those young gentle-
men that ftur etrly housored him with their instruc-
tion, that the lirst qu'artero this school wlsich keeps
otn the evenings of Mondays an!l Thursdajs is half
out, und that lie proposes taking scholars, tfar thIe
renaiunder of the term. Tuition i S5. No one ad-
mitted e.ort to the hall'quarter. e .
-'-iis-aUILea-ion school, tor lhe instru'etion of y ong
Ladies in these aTusae aecentliajiieaent, will c6t..'
ience On Tlhnrsday, o- TbcIe- SIlionr-oT--th
al'ernootns of Thursdays and Satinrda's. .
oct 24 8sp .

WARM BAIHS.
P]nITE subscriber respectfully infornms the iieiiliec
S llthat his Winter Establishtneittf Warm Salt
Water Baths, is now in complete order for the
reception of those ILadies atnd Gentlemen viho may
please to patrunise it. .
Thse romos (or the Ladies are retired, well war-
med, iand have every conveniesee to render them
worthy of public patronage and Ulsup.port. He in-
tends also, to make such inthprovement in the gen-
tlemen's Batling Ruoms, as to continue to receive
a continuance of that support whlich has been so
liberally bestowed the past season.
ERASTUS FARNHAM.
Crazies' Bridte, Oct20, 1821. eptf
Commonwealth of M.-assachusetts.
SuFFoLK, ss. To the next of kin and all olthera
conreerned in the estate of John Crouch, late oi
Boston, in the county aibresaid, mariner, deccas-,
ed, intestate.
WHEREAS application has been made to me
to grant a letter or administration on the es-
late of said deceased to David Peck, of said Boston,
mariner.
Yot are herehby cited to appear before me at a -
Probate Court for said county', .'o be holden at Bos- .
toint, atbt esaiJl, otn Monday thie twenty-ninth day of
October current, at ten of the'clock, A. tl. to
shew cause, if aiy you haves against granting the
sntie.
Given under my hand this twenty-v.seeond day of
October,- in the year' of our Lordt one thousand
eight hundred end twentyv-one.
T- 0.\iIAS Ii )_AWES,. of ,'t'obaie.
---------'-
Middlesex, ss. To tho heirs at law,
an!l ail others interested in thIo estate of David
.ratekett, late of Weston, it said county, black-
sntith, deceaserd, GIItETINoG.
tE laS a certain instrument, purportinog
W to be the last will attnd (tesirnient 'saidhl de-
ceased, lihas beela presnte' ior Proibate to tile
Judge ol Probate, ofsaid rnuotty, by David Braek-
ett, the executor thier'in nated.
You are hereby notified to appear at a Ctaurt of
Probate, to be hilden at Concard, in attnd for si county, ot tie third Tuestlday in Novemhter next,
to sii.w cause, ifmauyyou have, against the m'rob.ite
of the same.
WVitess, Samni'l P. P. Fay, Judge of Probate, at
Cambridge, this ninetleenth'day of Octohber, A. D.
121. SAMUEL FISKE, lRegister.

OTICE is hereby given, that the
N suitscriber has been dulyot-atpointed admuinis-
trator to the estate of
JEStE BLOOD,
late of Duunstlaie, in tIme county of Middlesex, yeo-
tIuan, dect.sied, intestate, and lias at:ke t pon him-
self that trust try givi g bonds as the lnt direata.
All petr'sons Ilavitg demands narpont the estate of the
said deceasesl, art' rceqit'rcd to exhibit thie same ;
and oil persons itdlebted totlhe said estate, arc cal-
led upon to make payment to
D&.VID FI-SK, .8dm'r.
Ilvnstable, Oct. 2,1821.

NOTICE is hereby given, that thie
suhseriber isa been duly appointed executot'
to thIe last will and testament of
WILLIAM HLUTCHIN'SON,
late of PepperellAlt tire eoonty of M il'tllesx, Esq
deceased, testate, aid hias taken t[ h0!inlse'l f that
trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All per-
suss hasn'g demand h pon tho estate of the saiis
dcce;ased, are required to exhibit the same ; atit
all pIrsons indebted to thIe said slate, ar' called
upott to make pais ment to
Al1 NOLD HU'I'CtIINSON, jE.r'r-
, feppersal, Oct. lf, 1821.














For jVew- Orleans,
The fast sailing, coppered brigHAL-
CYON, John Russell, master, will sail
on SUNDAY, the 4th November. She
6as excllent acecommoamtions for pas-
sengers and will take small arinsfor pro-
tection against boats. For freight or passage, ap-
ply to LORING, CUNNINGHAMN & CO. No.
4'2, Central-wharf. 4spis oct 24

For Richmond,
& The regular .Packet brig POLLY,
Oris King, master, will sail lot Rich-
mond the 31st inst. For freight or pas-
sage apply to PARKER K STEVENS,
No. 24 Centra 1-wharf,
Who have for sale lan.ling from said Brig, and ins
Store,
80 hlids. .ames River Tobacco, first quality,
1o0 dto. Klntuceky Tobacco,
1000 kegs suitable for shipping, which will be
sold low,
500 do. No. 1, very prime 8 hands,
50 boxes LmnnilSugar; 60 bales N. 0 Cotton,
XV. I. Rum. Wine, Ee. ne 24

For Canton.
'lThe new copperedl brig COMET,
Richard Baker, mraster,.Benjamin Shreve,
suipie cargo, will sail fonr Canto, on tihe
2ithi inst. Specie will be taken nut to be
& ,invested, andi brought home in the brie
on reasonable terms. Apriv to PICKERING
DODGE, Salem, or PICKMIAN, ROGERS &
CO., No. 24, India-wharf. istf oct 20
For ice or any port in the Mediter-
raneanea.
Thesch'r MARY, E. Huller, mis-
tm',-t 84 tons, nearly a inew n d first rate.
-W V essel.wiltakie Freighst-tOr Nice,or any
ponrt in the south of Europe. Apply tl
LBM. POPE, and THOSE. TIIAX-
"ER,or BAKER & HODGES. epistf oct 24
For JNorfolk and Petersburg.
The Packet scli'r ANN-ROSINA,
Thomas Manchester, master, will sail
in eight sy ys for the above places. For
tfreight-or passage, apply to Master onu
board, opposite, 32, India-street, or
RICHARD D. 'TUCKER 1& Qp. who have for
sale-10 pipes excellent Schiedais Gin ; 45 bales
New Orleans Cotton,-and 100 bbls. New Haxall's
Flour. a oet 2
Vew Flour, Leaf and Mjfanufactured
Tobacco.
OLIVER, BORLAND & ABBOT,
]m JNO. `21, CE,'TRJL WILIRF,
1 AVE for sale, landnlg frh brig Polly,
200 bbls. new Ri"hmond Flour lhaxall' brand,
15 hhds. pri% James River leaf Tohsacca,
100 kegs Nos`"'anl 2 nanuloactured ITobacco, 8
hands, StfStai0brand. of superior quality.
...'W STORE...
400 bbls. superfine and fine Alexandria Flour,
in prime order for shipping, is oct 24

AMXERICAN GIU.
IN hihs. and bb!s. For saleby W1HITNEY &
GOULD, No. 3, Central-street. 2is oct 24

Exchange on London-ist quality,
A T 60 and 30 days sight, for sale. by CHARLES
CLEVELAND, No. 12, Exclha.ge-street.
i. B. A share in Boton Library, for sale.
oct 24

Exchange on London.
F OR 10001. sterling-for sale by MUNSON &
BARNARD, No.;i4, Oentral-yhlarf. o 24
FRESH CURRdATS.
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
HT AVE for sale, just received from Trieste, via
Philadelphias-a few casks fresh Currants.
oct 24

STAVES AND HEADING.
6)6)-M. Pipee Staves; 200 M. W. 0, Hhd. do. ;
Q Q10 M.:R. O.-do. do,; i5 M. Htd. Head-
ing ; 20,000 feet Mahogany ; 13 pieces White Oak
Timber-for sale by MUNSON he BARNARD,
No. 17, Central-iharf. eot 24
Woodhouse's. S. .M. Wine.
I FEW pipes and halftpipes Woodlhous.'s Wine,
of the Greyhound's cargo-for sale by BA-
KER & HODGhES, No. 30, India-street. o 24
RICHARD D. TUCKER & CO.
AVE far sale, at No. 32, India-street-10
S' pipes Schiedam Gin ; 50 puncheons Antigna
and St.CroixRnum ; 120 qr.( part Iron bound casks)
sweet and dry Malagia Wine ; 50 bales New Or-
leans Cotton ; 25 hlids. Kentucky and Virginia To-
bacco; 100 bbls. 1Haal'i's ew Flour; Havana Su-
gars ; Spanish Lead ; Palm Oil ; Beef, of various
qualities, and Pork ; lalf Duck anId 'Russia Sheet-
ings.; Shipping aund No. 1 Rosin; Pitch Pine
Boaids. Also-100 boxes Preserved Ginger, eun-
titled to debenture, oct 24

RUMI, BRJANDy, n.c.
4OPUNCHEONS sweet flavored Windward
40 Island Rum ; 30 do. St. Croix Rum ; few
pipes superior Madeira Wine, Brandy and Gin ;
5 pipes Imitation Brandy; 10 bbls. Muscovado
sugar ; 15 boxes Philadelphia Lump Sugar ; 42
laes prime Alabama Cotton; 60 (it'q. casks Gun
5vdcr, -,-aa",tri'u-,ri ,jlIq ; 4 casks purified Ep-
O"Sasits; Is i' ens .-, n, C 'uial ; 5 icasks Amneri-
IW\ode; 4 cases white Phatillas; 150 bales
waslsi Buenos Avres Wool; 50 do. Corienties
'Vool,\e and free from R.irs-for saie by MUN-
SON I'B & ARNARD,No. 17, Central-wlarf.
oct 24
SAMUE\ PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
H AVE trn,\le-sweet and dry Ilalaga W\ine,
-of superior'quality. oct 24

JOH, Vp. PAYSON
O FFERS his ser'i.es for thle transaction of
general COMMISSION'BUSINESS, at
No. 91, India-street.
As Agent for T'IaOisAS R, PAnSi, Commission
Mereiantt New Ocleans, \se will make advances
ou ,onsigments, transact all business with, re-
ceive Goods for, and ship them to that hluse with-
out charge. Reference to
Messrs. John Pra'tt & Son, "
Henry -. Rice, Esq. IM ---.
Messrs. French & Tucker, Boston,
Jesse Pdtnam, Esq. I
Thos. Brewer, Esq. J
Messrs. Grm:nt & Stone, Philadelphia,
Hall & Marean, alimonrie,
John H. Lalldd & Co. .4lexandria.
sept 19 epislm
.NOTICE.
vIHE Copartnerilrip heretofore existing under
Sthe firm of
CARTER & LOVERING,
is by mutt.ail consent this day dissolved. Allindebt-
ed. are requested to lmake insmediate paymnenut, antd I
all hIavhng demands to present there b'r adllustment !
to JoEL CAlnTEa. wlo is duly autliorized'to settle
all business of said firm.
JOEL CARTER,
HIARVEY LEVERING.
Boston, Sept. 5, 1S'-'l.

JOEL CAR rER,
Respeetfiully informs his friielnds and Ithe public
that he has removed to Clambers No. 9, Markcrl-
row, fronting Cornilill, wliere he will continue to
receive consignments of American Muanufactuires,
and make adlvancementas as heretofore. While
tendering his sicers thanks lIbr past patronage he
solicits its continuanIe. J
J. C. Itas fin' stale an extensive assortment of
Amerioan lManufactured Goodis at Ihir lnricesa
sept 8 _3s)isisttf
N OTICE is hereby given, that tile
F subscriber has beeu ilt\ a-lpniuted gtarditm
to DAVID BALD)WIN, -a
of Pepperell, in tie romly of lMiddlesex, eoman,
anon compos mentis pIrson, aild lias taken aunoU


himself thattrust by giving bonds as the law directs.
All persons having demands upon thie estate of the
said Baldwin, are rjuired to exhibit the same ; cC
and all persons indcbled to tki said estatt'are cal- a
led upon to nanke payment to n
JOHN WALTON, Gumrdiani. F
l'!,rpee, lOct. 16, 121n. E


Fresh Goods.
JOHN KILTON,
A'o. 6., .lfRLBORO'-ST7REET,
(A FEW noons sortrnU os r tARLOtLO'-IIOT'L,)
AS just received aniud offers lfor slE-a good
assortment of p
plain and figured lBumnbnzetts,
WVhite, red and yellow Flannels,
Black and slate ws orsted Hlose,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Beaver Gloves,
Velvets, Vestings, Sheetings and Shirtings,
Gilghamns, Cassimeres and Sattinits,
TogetUer with a good assortment ,of ENGLISHI
and AMERICAN GOODS, at fair prices. o 24
EA-TIRE .NE W P TTERNAS,
MRS. H. CRUFT,
H o/ 30, SUo,ILIER-V1'REE'T.
AS just received entire new Millenary, which
site offers tor sale ou reasonable terms. Also
makes all kinds of Millenary from any pattern.
october 24
PELISSE CLOTHS, etc.
I BALE superfine and low priced PELISSE
CLOTHS, containing Navy and Prussian blue,
dial), pearl, lavender, sage, brown, Ite.;a white,
yellow, red and green Flannels; superfine white
mi;' dro.; Bombazetts, plain, twilled, and figured;
black worte. Bombazeens ; 8, 9, 10, 11, and 1.--i
Rose Blankets; black, white, and slate orstedi
H-ose ; w listed and Lamb's Wool half lHose; Silhk
and tabby Velvets; Beaver, Castor, and Kidl
Gloves, &e,--Just received, at No. 35, Muarket-
street. ABEL BAILEY.
oct 24 6wis
-PARIS BELTS.
JUST received I case of Elastic Belts, for Gen-
tl-.nen'a wear, soperioan'O,-any thing of tire
kind ever before offered in this market.
KELLEY Rk HUDSON,
oct 24 NO. 5, State-street.
CARET WAREHO USE.
No. 41, MARLBORO'-STREET,

BALLARD & PRINCE
'AVING completed their fall assortment by
J_ the recent arrivals from England, offer for
sale the following articks, viz:-
Brussels, Venelian, supierfine and Kiddermitn-
ster Cnarpetinga ; B:nsuels, Vseietin, anid Scotch
Stair Carpeting ; wvlole Carpets ; Inperial, Brus-
sels. Wilton, Kidderminster, and Inda HIearuth
Rugs; green Beckings; Blankets ; Ironing ClAths;
green Table iand Billiard Cloths; 6-4 green Desk
Clonlhis ; plaidl Table Clothes and D.n l, ; B.,I
Quilts and Counterpanes; Damask I I,. l,:,ti
and Napkins Diapers, all kinds; Cotton Damasks
and Dimities ; Moreens;. Fringes and Binding;
Irish Sheetings ; Table Mats; Glass Entry Lamps ;
Balance Weights and Chains; Stair Rods and
Eyes; Curtain Pins ; Bell Pulls, Uc. fe.
AClso, an assnrtnent ofLondon planished Tin
Ware, consisting of Tea and Coff-e Pots ; Big-
gins Coffee MNchines; Egg Boilers ; Fish antd
Tea Kett'es; Dish Covers ; Venison Blazes ; Read-
ing GCndllesticks ; Jelly Moulds; ec. &c.
oct 24 3is











GOLD .1.ND SILVER LEAF.
JUSTUS LINCOLN, No. 47, Cornhill, manu-
f tactures anid has for sale, warranted of the.
best quality, Gold Leaf at S5 40 per dozen ; Sil-
ver S2 50 per pack ; gold Bronze of all shades ;
silver Bronze, and Brass Leaf, always on hand.
6wis ., oct 24
Notice to Country Cabinet Makers.-
.SAAC OTIS, offers tfor saleat.N 123, Or'inge-
street, (south end) 9000 feet-oh St. Dominngo,
and -Bay MAHOGANY, in boards, plank, joist,
and ener-s of superior quality, lower than can be
bought in town. oat 24
Second hand Windows and Doors.
HREE large Windows, two of them 16 lights
eachd, of 17 by 11, Boston Glass ; one large
Bow Window, 16 by I1, 28 lights, with a bar and
shutters complete ; one handsome Sash Door, and
one outside stout Door, with bars and lock, all of
which are as good as new, sand wil be sold at a
bargain, by applying to JOHN PARK, Painter,
No. Water-street. oct 24

SEPRS UCKERS.
B LES SEERSUCKERS, entitled to deben-
ture-fior slo by BAKER H HODGES, No.
30, India-street oct 24.

Russia and Ravens Duck. etc.
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
'AVE for sale-Russia and Ravens Duck aund
Cordage, entitled to drawback. oct 24

SUMMER OIL.
JOSIAH BRADLEE & CO.
i-A AVo.N 29, lAJSJ) L RI'TEE ET,
AVE landing t for sale, from sloop Pomona,
349 tierces, SSUsMMER STRAINED SPERMA-
5 hhlds. E1 I OIL.
Front sloep Experiment.
,5 tierces Summer Strained Oil,
1 pipes MNadeira Vine.
IThe above Of L las been recently manufactured,
is warranted pure and of prime quality. net 24
Viconia Wool and Skins.
B BALE Viconia Wool; I do. do. Skins-for sale
by BAKER "& HODGES, No. 30, India-st.
oct 24
PALM OIL.
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
AVE for salsi--t00 carks Pa:dln Oil. Also-
2 Anchors, weight 1600 anid 1800 Ilbs.
October 24

LADIES CLOTHS.
UST received, and for sale by B. & J. H.
-PRAY, No. 12 and 14, Mlark-c-street-a
great.variely of elegint.QUEEN'S CLOTHS and
PELISSE do. coi.sisling of Navvs M:rzarcen,
Prussian, and Sky h ;l"i-, Drab, Pear Lavender, i
Maroon, Game:, Claret, and other' colors.
.Jlso, roadclothsla, lunter's Cloths and Cassi-
mnres, Navy Bluie, Olrw:, Drab, and various lash-
ionable mixtures e estingsa &e. 8spis oct 13

ROCHIELLE BRA.JNDr.
HIOMAS D1)ENNIE & SON, No. 31 State-
I a streeLt-Have for stile now landing fim i sch.
Syren, Iurom Rochclle, oppiosilte No. 41 Central-
nwhal, 69 pipes Rocheei. Brandy Rasteaus"
brand, if superior quality ; part of whiclr is enti-
lted to deleature. aepisLf cnet 6

BOLTING CLOTHS.
ARD & WHITE, in tihe new Block,Kilby-
street, have oan hand an extensive assort-
ment Dulchi : i ;,,.. Clothls. Thle former custom-
ers of B. F. \Vri -, folr this article, can always be
supplied with any quantity, nt tine lowest prices.
oct 6 epis3w

REMO VJAL.
JAMES REED & CO.
'AVE removed hInom Market-street, to tihe
t hels ambers im tIe new Ilhnek, next door tuo
Messrs. \VuIiwell, Brand i. Cri's Auction Store.
ilby. street. epis2m oct 6
PLJIlD FLORENCES.
tCASE rich PltAID FLORENCES, justopenr-
ed lor sale nt No. 8s, Market-street by
WEBSTER & UNDERWOO, D
august 16 e:tis4w


Farm for Sale.
Otl SALE an excellent FARM situuted in the
F south westei ly part of hlarInrd, Worcester
county, containing seventy acres of Land, a House
nd IHarn-the Land is divided into tillage, pasture,
knowing, woodland, and orchardin g, -i-ll watered'
possessionn can e had immediately. rnquire of
-LIAS WARREN. on she premIses., Vct 241


JEREMIAH STIMSON,
J RjCt ,SV'o. 4, Paieknan's 1uil;dings,
tJ1ESPECTFULLY offers his services to his
Friends and the public as an Accountant, and will
i ulindertake, thIe exanmination and balancing of Mier-
cantile Books, and the anisusting of partnership af-
faira, or other long anld intricate accounts. or any
similar business arising from Mercantile transae-
tionq, an acquaintance witli which, will enable hin
prbarbly-, t,' give satisfaction to those who shall fm-
vor bhin in this line.
Bejer to-Messrs. J. & T. H. PF.Rtirs,
M issrs. SAM. G. PIsEBKi s, & Co.
SaM. lHlunn int, Esq.
Hon. .IAMxS LLOY Oct 24

Copartuership Dissolved.
T HE copartnership formerly existing under the
Firm of
SANDERSON & MILES,
is mutually dissolved. All persons to whom the
firm isindebted are requested to exhibit their d-"
mands for payment. Those who are in the county
of Middlesex, to C. R. MILES, ins Townshend ;
and those in the county of Wlorcester,to S. SANDER-
soN, in Westminster; and those who may be in-
debted to the firm, to make payment as above. '
C R. MILE.S, will faitdfrully attend to arny
business which may be entirustnd to his uare as ain
Attorney at Law, in rownshend, Middlesex Co'y.
S. SANDERmSON, will faithfully attend to anv'pro-
fessional business in estminster, Worcester Co.
SIMEON SANDERSON,
CLOUGH R. MILES.
Taownshenld, Oct. 16,1821,
Hats, Ladies' Beaver Bonnets, Plumes,

JOHN M. PECK hN: for sale, at the Boston
,c aral-NStau-Ys Hat Storcir'ttill assortment of
the following GoodsA
LqTS.
Gentlemen's best Boston and New-York super-
fine Beaver Hats ; Gentlemen's fine abd common
Castor Hats ; (in. Best imitation Beavers do.
Youth's and Childrea's Hats, of all descriptions.
.BO1NVETS.
Ladies' black, drab and brown Beaver lonnets,
new pattern and richly trim. ied ; Misses' black,
drab and brotn do. ; Children's fancy Hats and
Bonnets.
PLUJIES..
Two cases containing black, drab and white real
Ostrichl Plumes, of all sizes, a part of which are a
new pattern and very elegant, intended for velvet
Bonnets. Ladies' weaver Bonnets altered, trim-
med, the Plumes curled, &e. &e. at short notice.
FUR CJAPS.
90 doz. Gentlemen and Youth's Fur Caps.
FPU S .I ') TRIMIfM'NGS.
Beaver, Muskrat, Russia Hare, Coney Wool.
and Nutra Skins ; blue Skivers, Pelongs, Hat
Bnckles, andingandl Galloons. k ilso-Irish Glue,
of the first quality, etc. etc.
Thie above Goods are offered wholesale and re-
tail at a small advance for cash only.
oct 24 epistf

LZA")D FOR SALE.
TIE subscriber- offers at private sale, a valuable
tract of LAND, situate in the cdhire of Hub-
bardston, Worcester County, containing seventy
acres, suitable 1 tr Grnzing or Ti!lage. Said land
will be ,1 .... Ial..l i ,l credit. For further par-
tieulars inquire of ARCHIBALD BLACK.
RHubbardston, Oct. 24, 18-21. 4 )
FOR SALE,
O NE range Salt Works; two other ranges may
be erected of equal extent; if agreeable twvo
other long raniges-the whole may exceed four
thousand feet in length, all deriving their water
from an artificial pond, greatly 'increasiog.evapo-
ration, consequently the two mills may go at low
water-the whole admirably formed by nature to
facilitate niaking Salt. Any gentleman disposed to
purchase, may know the terms by applying imme-
diately to EDWARD PRESTON, living on the
premises, in Dorchester, near Commercial point.
oct 24 .
BOs'IPD IVNG.
A FEW gentleman an ben accommodated, witl
SBoard in one of the most pleasant situated
'Houses in Court-street, being nt the corner of
Brattle-slreet, five doors below Concert-Hlall, oni
reasonable terms, withi separate rooms, if desired.
noct 24 t.

T store No. 29, Court-street, something rf val-
A. ue enclosed in a handlkerchie, which the owner
nmay have by paying for this advertisement.
Likewise, a linen Hldkf. with the owner's name.
oct 24
WI.SI'ED.
A YOUNG Man, front 16 to 18 ye.nrs of nge to
l attend a W. 1. Gods a nd Grocery Store, one
from thle country wellreecomnnionded for h Iis hon-
esty and good habits, may hear of a place by apply-
ing at the Centiuel Countiig [Room. ocet 2-i.
A E.V'1ED,
GIRL, to do chamber work, of whom good
A rccnsmnendations will be required. IuIJuiri
o(f r. CHiANNING, Pond-.street. Ip) net 24
WIAJNTE'D,
'N thie West India Goods and Wine Business a
J. young man from 17 to 20 years ofage, one fro n
the country will be preferred-the best recommem-
datiou will be required. Inquire at the Ce6tint l
Counting Room. G ct 24
.'WN'VTED--L COO.
A GOOD COOK may find a good place and good
w ages, by alp;lying it thi CeRtiuel Counting
it1mOri. Satisfactory recommendations will be re.
quired. oct 2-,'
TO BE LET,\
SSIHP alnd two Rooms. Enq'1uire at No. 60,
Newbury-street. jet 24
TO E LET,
T O a respectable family that h's no children, a
good brick house in thie centre of the town,
touother wilth or without tile furniture. Possession
may be taken within thirty days, A Gentlenman
and Lady tlint have no children and like the situa-
tion wii board within Ilhe lamnily if agreea'le. A
line addressed to A. S. and left tit tie Centinel
Counting Room,, will be ir.imediatelv attended to.
jiS 5 n ptf
SHOPS T1O BE LET ,
ND may be entered upon immediately, all the
j-j Shops tlliat remain unoccupied in tILIe New
Unlding in Bromhinld Place, Broomfield''s [-ine,
amongst them is one particularlyintended foraB lack-
slnlth's Shop, the rent of which is l150 per year
Tlie others are adapted to all branches of mec lan-u-
eical business, but more particularly for the Coach
and Chaise Manufactory, having a large, aud spa-
cionus Yard for tihe accomnnodation of Citriages,
ec. (Ie rents will be reasonable. Apply at No.
41, Marmlboro'-strect. isatwSw sept 26 ,
1lOUSE Lv Im1fvGI]Jl 1.
rOe ue Let, tor'une or more years, a phlensantly
sntuatedh, imd lln huilt hwe ling-hiouse, err,
the centre otthic town. Said House is latge ard eon-
venient, withl a good cellar, an excellent weil ofwa-
ter, goodior washing t i-d withI' the above may be
had a qustr of an acer'tfLand, or more if desired.
Possession given immeadiatly. Inquire of THIOM-
ASTIIAX'I El, Boston, or.HENiYTH'IAXTEI
of liHinghlam. episw oct 6

Collector's Notice-Dana.
N OTICE is hereby given, to tlne non-residlent
proprietsors owner of unimproved real es-
State, in the town of I)rana, whose Taxes hIave not
been paid for rhe year A. D. 1820. that their Land,
or so much of it as will pay said Tax, and riall inci-
delntal charges, will be sold at Publirt Ventlue, at
Lieut. Apollus Jolhnsou's Tavi'n, in said Dana, oc
'TUESDAY, the27th day of November next, at
9 o'clock, A. M. .ux.
c. t.'
Hutchins Hapgood, Esq. 89
Ilutchins Hapgoed, and othisrs brcom- 35 6
nm' on melad,hk C 8
Junnes Babcock, 17 8


Sanmuel Calhoon, 53 4
Samuel Henry, 35 6
Luke owners 35 6,
Willow Phebe Robbinson, 71 '2
-Elkanal Woodward,jr. 35 ti
Benonia Twichell, .. 17 8
David Harrington, 17 8
BURREL AMSDEN, Collector.
Dana, Oct. 15, i181.


BOSO-N THEATRh.

Mr. JIILSOJ"'s Last mNght but Two.

THIS EVENING, (Wednesday) Oc'roBE 24,
W. ".. ILL rI PltESI'NTnD,
Sheridan's celebrated Comedy, in 5 acts, called the
SCHOOL FOR SC.ADiNDL.'
SIR PETU.RI TEAZLE. MR. HILSON

L D OF THE PLAY,
For the second It....- here, a new Ballet, called
S" e Jolly Millers.

To conclul ill thne namnrired Farce, called the
CHILDREN. I. THE WOOD.

Q a-- ,,Iirl'1' favorite Comedy of "''aortinie's
Fool," never aeted here, is in rehearsal.
: Apprentices' Library.
A LIBRARIAN is wanted for this u useful Insti--
tution. -An1y person having leisure, a taste-
Ibr readhit. h- nn.. i. do good, and to swhm a
salary is '",t an u i' and who may wish to fill
the irtuatio n anted, will be attended to, on his-
direetilig anciteto the Committee on lthe Library,
stating lisa expettalior.s, and leaving it at the Ceii-
t;...I f.-I r, n lin e r. '.

Bo k Keeping ly Dotublo Entiry &c.
11 A.LGLH. l n '.r..rr ..... l -: in.Iring .r ,i,
e :,,,i l p. i .n Bsi ,..k K., ,.,, 1..l o eaI d s.
Y"L l.rnlllnA ,up 1ona .s ,, a n, nc'.' l aii bor
s..' a i; t the'pa l,, I'..cihe a, r..i "e ir i1, .in 1. boAok.
k':, -iei' r.',irav- dJ coE'rcll alhcvuig~jnLra-Je.1-1 -
i: at, ih. ,.rt i .ir. lI lg t., h IG a- ,l N.it sit.-eck,
lise the profit or loss oflie Merchant at any, peL'
riod of his business.
Thie above Svstom hras been examined, approved'
!ild recommended by Hon. Wmi.Gray, Messrs.
Eitphalet Williams, b. A. Wells and "nine other
gentlemen-Mercliants, Bankers, and Book Keep-
ers of this toirn.
If application be made soon, a few more young
Gentlemen can be admitted to the present class.-
Writing anod Arithmetic ae also taught systemat-
ically.
For terms, Ne. apply at the Mayliew-'School,
Hawkins-sit'et. oct 24 .

FOR CHILDREN.
AVID FRANCIS,
XVo. 90, JNZ W'.URY-STREIET,
Hias received, by tie London Packet, a great
variety of
Entertaining and Instructive Garaes,
Dissected Maps and Puzzles,
Colored Picture Boeks ; SmaJl Paint Boxes,
The 100 Wouders ofthe World, in I vol.
All tire voyages round the world, in I vol.
P'itures, Histarica and Biographical, from Eng-
lish,, Scottishi and Irsh History, by J. Galt,
rlnthor of the. Life of West plates,
Mrs. More's History of France, plates,
Rolando's Travels round thIe World, plates,
Trimmer's Fabulaos History, Easy Lessons, and
lHiskory otfEngland,
Scenes in Europe, Asia, America, and Africa,
with three hundred and thirty-'six plates,
And s general assortment of Books for Youth.
oct 24 tf

A New System of Book-keeping.
F IBECK'S Evening Schlool for instruction inn
Book-seeping upon a new plan never before
made public, will commence on the first of No-
vemiber. -This system includes all the most uselul
modrhern improvements, lias been adopted by a num-
ber onfiouses in thlis town, and practically proved
to be thle most easy, accuratee and coincie of any-
that has' as vet beeni introduced. Those young
gentlemen v'ho wish to conmmlence with the first.
class, which is limited to ten, will please to leave
their names at No. 4, Coingress-square, any day in
the week between the hour's of 3 and 6, P. M.1
oct 10 Cspis
TO BE .LET OR FOR SALE,
r'WO genteel'.Dwelling Houses, situated near
T M.'tount Venion,iin towdoin-pltcc, with every
convsnienme fora genteel f.iunily, with two par-
lours, battling room, and seven cliambers in dach,
Lesid'es two ehalmbers in the 'attic story for domes-
tics. Pasersion given on onr belbre tlefirst of Sep-
tenmber next. If sold, cash or credit at tLie option
of the purchaser. Inquire at the Centinel Count-
ing Room.
fianled-a good COW. Inquire as above.
aug I istf
IYlZATED 20 .OHIRE,
A NEAT anl convenient DDwelling-House
pleasantly situated, and suitable for a small
fiu]ily--renlt moaderate. Inliquire at thie Centinel
Counting Room. 'epistf uiiug 29
SUGAR HOUSE,
WO ie leased, for one or more years, the Sugar
S louse, Warehouse, ffc. ins Distill IHouse-
squa;e, with all tihe Utensils and Implements nec-
essary for carrying on the business in thie most
dvantnageous nuner. Inquire at No. t14, lhau-
cock-street.
N. B. A foreman who has a perfect knowledge
of thie business, can be e engaged if wanted.
o et 3 3is
:.



BY BLAKE & CUNNINGUlAM.
Books.
'TO-MIORROW at 9 o'clock,
At BLAKE & CUNNINGHAT'S Office,
JYo. 5, KILJ3L-ST'JiEET',
A general assortment of BOOKS, among them,
Works of 1Dean;Swilt, 24 vols. ; Elegant Extracts,
12 v. ; Gregory's Dictiounry of Arts andl Sciences,
6 v. ; Sliakspeare, 10 v.; Snuollet's ELngland, 6 v.;
Russell's Modern Europe, 5 v. ; SeQtt's Theolog-
ical Works, 6 v.; Hunme's Essay's, 2 v. ; Hlannal
M race'ss VWorks S v. ; Rollin's Aneient History, 8
v. ; Btown's Folio Bible ; Prideaux's Connection,
4 v. ; Tatler, 5 v. Goldlsmihs'a Works, 5 vols. ;
Sterne's Works, 5 v.; Ot'lanilo Furiuso, 6 vos.
lhmeckenridge's Southi America, 2 v. ; Wislieh's
Domestic Encyclopedia, 3 v.; Hamilton's Works,
3 v.; Jlosepius' Works, 3 v. ; Federalist; Gold-
smith's England, v. ; Lady Montague's Works, 5
vols. ; Beattie's Moral Science, vols. ; Bellamy's'
Works, 3 v.; Peter Pindar, 4 v. ; bon Qnlixotte, 4
v.; .Kirke White, 2 v.; Johinson's Lives of tlie Po-
ets, 3 v.; SOenedlt's History of thie artists, 2 v.;
Hlervcy's WVorks, 6 v.,; Mickle's Works, 5 vols. ;
Piaknrton's Geogaphy, 2 v.; Walker's Dictiona-
rn ; Stewsrt's Philosophy, c. -
SA Catalogue wdl be published This Day.

Elegant Furniture.
On SATURDAY next at10 o'clock, \
AS Anova,
Tile, folnlowing articles of elegant FURNI-
TURE, viz :-- pair fashionable Greecian Cardy
Tables, ou Castors ; mahogany Bureau ; 1 Pem-
broke Table ; 1 Wash Stantld ; gilt framed Look-
ing Glh.sses ; Brussels Carpet ; Kiddcrmiu-
ster Carpet ; Hearth Rug ; set Burnished gilt
VWaiers; rich cut Glass Dishes; nSugars ; Wa-
ter Carollts ; Tumblers ; Wines ; poated Can-
dllesticks ; warranted Pateni T'imepiece; Parlor
Grate, brass mounted ; steel Shovel and T'ongs ;
Fender; a pair of English Astral Lamps, with
double globes ; 12 mahogany Chairs, with hair
seats ; 12 Fancy do.
Tlhe above articles are new, and may be seen the
day befotbre the sale.

Sutgars
TIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
Now landing from sch'r Arms, frm Cubla,
Opposite Nvo. 30, Long w/unh,;
16 boxes brown SUGARS, and I0 dlo. white do.
entitled to debenture. Te rms, cash,Boston money

BY FAIRFIELD & CIOA'TI.
On SATURDAY next at 10 o'clock,
At FAIRFIELD & CHOATE'S Ollice,
,No. 14, UJ.Wl'RAlL-STRIEK.,1


A valuable assortment of British PIECE
GOODS. --
...It Private Sale...
100 bags Cayenne Cocoa ; 600 Ibs. do. 'Clovesl;
1I2 iluls. retailing Molasses; GO0 Ibs. Lambs Wool ;
1000 reams Wrapping Paper 5) bales Bonmba-
zetts; 1 do. Duftls a case T" by Vclvets ; 1
do. Dimities.


BY WINSLOW, CHANNING & CO,
Piece Goods. '
TO-MORROW AFTERNOON at three' o'clock
precisely,
At WINSL6W, CHAN14tNG & Co's Office,
NAo. S. ,.KILB Y,'-.'lJ1EEl',
The following GOODS, for the most they will
bring:-2 bales black and colored Bombazetts; I
ease black Taffeta Ribbons, Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 7; 1
do. black Galloons, Nos. I and lI; 2 do. 4.4 Lin-
ens, assorted by the numbers ; I do. 7-8 do. do.
do. do. do.; 2 do. brown Liuens ; 20 ps. Cloths
and Cassimeres, blues and mixts ; 1 case 13-4 ele-
gant Marseilles Counterpanes ; 20 ps. Rhodes' col-
ored Bombazetts ; 1 case Hareback Sattmets.

Hard Ware and Citlery.
On SATURDAY next at 11 o'clock,
S AS ABOVE,
By thie package,
valuable invoice of HARD WARE and
CUFLERY, just received, consisting of English
SCoffee Mills ; Locks ; Cutlery, of all sorts; But-
tons, &c., !4o-English Steel.

Piece Goods.
On MONDAY next at 10 o'clock,
As ABOVE,
A large assortment of fresh imported PIECE
GOODS, consisting of Broadoloths ; Cassimeres)
Plains ; Flannels; Bonibazetta ; Vestings; Satti-
nets ; "lannels;. steam loom Shirtings; C'ambrics'
and Cambric Muslins; "cross barred and spotted
-Cravats; Calicoes; Furnitures; Diniitieasi white
C.,r...I iuiiArl..,-l;,,i; iuct h. ,, do-. Hidkts ;
Bia.ii ir ;" "I'ttFIifry t,.arr re',; Torences';
black Galloons ; Ribbons ; Silk Velvets ; black
Bombazines; nIeriuo Shawls C Gotton Balls;
Tapes, &c. "
Also--2 cases superfine blue mixt and hardback
Sattincts.
...it Private Sale-j-urt received...
2 cases black Taffeta Ribbons, Nos. 2, 3, 4 aud 7;
1 do. hank Galloons ; I do. plaid Ribbons.
5---
Brig SwiftsLre.
TO-MORIiROWV at 12 o'clock,
l'o close a concern,
it South side India- Wh'iuj,
Where she now ties,
/ The flast sailing coppered brig SWIFT-
SURE, cf 192 tons measurement, was
busthL si edtbrd, in 1815, of the best materials, is
well fouid and burtlhenasome. For further partic-
Sulars, apply at No. 47, oi said hart.

Brig 3leutor.
On FRIDAY next at 12 o'clock,
it "IAY'S IJ7iIWH1,
Where she now lies,
TIhe brig MENTOR and appurtenan-
ces, bui then 250 ona, coppered to light
wste r mark. For inventory, or tU rinler particu-
lars, inquire of tie Auetioneers, or the tnaster on
board.

-BY T. K. JONiKS &c CO.
THis DAY at i9 o'clock,,
At T. K. JoNEs & Co's 01lice,
.Vs. 20, KIJY-s' ''IllJ y'
A general assortmentioff 'all and Winter G 01)9S.
...At 1'rivatl Snle...
100 pipees and 100 hIalf pipes Canary WINE,
Cbgswell's brand; 30) cases London Sheathing
COPPER, Iower stamps, from 16 to 32 oz.; Cop-
per Bolts, 5-S to li h,.eb ; heating Nails.
BY 1VIITWELL,, BOND & CO.
Camphor, Rhubarb, &'c.
TO-.MVORiOWV at 12 o'clock,
ALt .W rwELL., BOND & Co's 01ffce,
ANo. 2, AILBY-S'RtfE',
5 cases re-ined Camphor; I small box Muek, in
grain ; 4 bales,Rid. Jalap ; 2 bbls. Gumn enegal ;
4 do. Vcnetiamn iRed ; boxes best quality Kui-
barb ; 4 kegs iibigo Fern ; 5 small boxes A.uatL.U
S On T"UESDA "next at 9 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
A general assortment bf Seasonable DRY
GOODS.
Teas.
Qn WEDNESDAY next at 10.o'clock,
AS AnOVE,
The r.esidlue of tile Canton Packet's cargo, con.
sisting of Hyson anid Young Hyson 'Vt \cS.
Sample chets will libe exhibited at the Store of"
the Auctioneers, and the catalogaes ready for de-
livery the day previous to the sate.
....It Irivate Sale...
3 cases black and white Italian Crapes; 1 do. Pe-
long Sattiiinsi; 10 do. 24 tale bik. arid colored Nan-
kii Grapes ; 90 do. Company' Yellow Naikins,
Mid 14-00 ps. short Yellow do. entitled to deb.r ; 5
hlids. Palni Oil ; 1 zeroon Guchinedl; 3 cases ihu-
birb, lirst quality ; 5 casks Venetian Red; 2100 qr.
cwt. kegs \VWhit Lead in oil ; 100 boxes Preserv-
ed Ginger-, enitilled to debenture; an inHoice f
Apothecaries' Ware, consist.lgo ej-2 to -oz. V ala,
Eas. Pept., Godfrey's British uld, &c., Vials.

Cotton and Tobacco.
I'tIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
Opposite the Arch, north aide Jitdia-ioharf,
.NUow lanling-rfrom scl'e Ann llosina,
18 bales Upamnd COTTo N ; to1 kegs nirac-
tured TOltACCO. CGoditions at sale.

House Lots on Summer-street and Wini-
throp-place.
On SATURDAY next at 12 o'clock,
At ..lllRHA.ll'S' HALL,
Weadtler fair or toul,
15 HOUSE LOTS, setuate on tiummler-street
and Wintlu'op-place, being part of the estate late of
Gorliam Parsons, Esq.
Thle 4 totis on uminer-street measure from 29
to 3 feet oni thie tront, and fruitM IUS to 110 feet inl
deptli. The other IotL are on tile main avenue of
\Vnitnhrop-place, and are 81 and 85 feet in depth,
auid 25 to z7 feet it widith. The widtLh u f iuse
will be varied as far is liracticab:e, to suit purclias-
ers.
A arrangements are made for adding to the present
width of Suminer-street, on thie line ol this estate,
a strip of laid averaging twenty-two feet in breadth.
The main avenue ot Winthrop Place is thiuty-
eight feet in width, and tire houses Iroouting tliert-
on will be set back six feet on each side, shaking
te whliole opening fifty feet-tbe, said space of six
feet to be ilidl down to grass, and enclosed.
This avenue ls conndested with Otis Placeby an-
other of thirty-four feet in width, tie houses on tihe
ortht siu of wliicn will be set bacs. six feet, and
the space enclosed.
Botbh of the avenues will be raised to a sufficient
liiglit, uand the side walks will be broad and unin-
s numbered.
These lots are .i a neighborhood where houses
commanitd tie highest rents tor private d\.llings.-
Those on thIe avenue possess the coniveniience o be-
ilng very retired, and it tl.he saite inue near to tire
centre ;of business. On tiret wiole, it is believed
there are no lots ctri b :ing equal ad aitlages now
for sale in town. '1 Ie avenues are staked out, andil
Vianrs of thIe estate, with thIe unurcipal conditions of
sale, riiy be been lt thie Sulloik iisuranire Cl-
fice, at Merclinits' Htall, and a thse Siiop of Mr.\
Asa Lewis on the preriises.
Beston MIill Corporation Shares.
Will be sold at l'ublic Auction, on thie Floor of
.lerchanis' hull, in Hatoli, at 1-2 o'clock, on
thie litei day ol Noveinber next,
Fltleen Shares in the Boston Mill Corpor.itior.,
being tlie same that ';as given by Mr. Jolian Parle,
as collateral security to \ir. Gideon P irk, deceas-
ed, a;>d srld as Ins estate. J OilN PARK,
Adm'r on tire Estate of Gideon Park, dcce.esed.
it.lC.sdltD 1.1)HADll1)S, Auct'r.

Public .Atction.
To be sold at Public Auto .ioa, by order of Court,
on SATURDAY, tlIe s7tl inst. at 3 o'clock, .


,l. o, the premsues,
All ire IrC at Etarte of Ephraim Alley, late of
Lynn, in tlie county of E s oie, eordwainer, deceiasml,
couniLsnig ut a Dswelling-hlouse and Uarni, andi about
one antl aia iif ieturl'o L;and, Bitlnited near tihe east.
vern end of lym-incommoinn. Conditions will be
marde known'sALt thie tlle aind place salRt..
NA TrI'L ALLEY, dn'r.
1,ija, Oct. 5, 1821.


BY JACOB PEABODY & CO.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At JACOB PEABODY & CO's Office,
JVo. 12, KILBY-ST'EE'1,
15 bags Coffee; 20 do. Pepper ; 100 boxes hard
Soap ; 10 bags Shells ; 6 quintals Fish; 4 caseS'
plain pint Tumblers; 75 'vhole, and l boxes
Cigars, part of a-very superior quality; 80 boxLc-
do. of 100 each ; 6 bales New-Orleans and 5 do:
Alabama Cotton, partially damaged; 2 bales Rus-
sia Quills; 45 kegs No. I 'Tobacco; 10 ~ casks
Malaga Wire. ----
Assignee's Sale.
TO-MORROW at 9 o'clock,
AS ABOVE.
Part of a Stock of PIECE GOODS, assigner
for the benefit of creditors. By order of As
signees.
.los-a great variety of other GOODS.

THIS DAY s.illr'lo..,
On board ship Ceres,
AJt the End of Lang Whart,'
450 bhhds. Liverpool SALT. .
BY FRANCIS WILBY.,
S.Olive Oil.
TO-MORROW as past 10 o'clock,
At FRANCIS WILBY'S Office,
.a~eo. XI, eY-S'iE'/jT,
8 casks OLIVE OIL, containing 60 gallons'
.each; .100:boxes Smoking PIPES.

Srrgls, Tobacco, Cotton, Duck, Coffee
o g1 as, Windowa (ls e..
--TO-fMORROW at J past i-'rs C.c40,
AS ABOVE,'
.28 hhlds. prime 'retailing Sugars; 25 Io. brown
Havana do. ; 4 bales New-Orleans ,(ottoi ; 10
hhds. Tobacco; 12 bolts German Duck, heavy and
light; 6000 Coffee Bags ; 1,900 tifet German Win-
dorw Glass, 10 by 8, 1i biy 10, 14 by 12 ; 10,000
feet Philadelphia Glass, 7 by 9 ; 50 bags Salt, irr
fine order.
auction Sales of Hides.
On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clock
Will be sold at Auction, now landing from, brig
Fame, irorm Babia,
it .OIYE'S HrlliRF,
3700 dry salted HIDES. These Hides average
31I lbs. and are in every respect equal (o any lot ol
Hides ever offered lor sale in this porie

On SATURDAY next at 10 o'clock.
Tie subscriber moving to town, will sell a great
variety of genteel and useful Household FURNI-
TUBE, among which are Sideboards; set of Ta-
bles; Beds auI Bedsteads ; Bureaus ; Pier and
Looking Glaisses; Tables; File Sets ; Carpet-;
Rugs ; Sofas, EgcSe. e.; cut Glass Ware; Kitchel
Furniture, and a variety of farming utensils.
it 12 o'clock, the House will be letter the ensu-
ing six months, if rnot previously disposed of.
Also, will be sold-a valuable HORSEIS. The
prermises, wh.ch are on the old lower road to Mil-
ton, in Dorchester, may be viewed at any time, or-
applying to Mr. S. 1. Prince, opposite. AW.
t .J. it. HENSHAW.
BY S.F. COOLIDGE.
SCarpeters attend.
1'O-MOlRitOW at 12 -'clock,
At SAMUEL II. COOLIDGE'S OmIce,
Jl~. 15, UEATJ RAL-8TR1EiT,
26 new WINDOW FRAMES, with Sashes
complete to match-Lights 14 by 10.

Oin FRIDAY next at 9 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
A large assortment of DRY GOODS.
S...it Private Sale...
400 boxes Bunch and Muscatel RAISINS.

Superior AM. O. Sugars.
On FRIDAY next at past to o'clock,
Ait LIVERPOOL- WILARIF,
120 hhds. Newv-Orleans SUGARS, of very tinst
quality.
BY DAVID FORSAITTI
On FRI-D)AY next at 9 o'clock,
At DAVID FOOSAIrr's Office,
6'o. 4, CO.GRnESS-STRltl'E',
A valuable assortmentofl louse FURN IT'URtE-
200 fancy and common Chairs ; Bureaus, Secre-
taries and Book Cases ; 14 portable De ks ; 1
Pi-ino Forte, made by Clerne:nti & Cor London ; 1
do. byBroadwood & Sons, do.; Looking Glasses ;
Liquor Crises; Settees; Sofas ; Travelling Trunks;
Feather Beds ; Tables; Dressing Cases; Cribs
Kives and Forks ; China, Crockery and Glass
Ware ; Kitchen Furiitrure.

.11 rare chance for Tann-ers.
To be sold at Auction, TIHS IDAY, at Samuel
ilathaway's Tavern, in Worcester,
That very large and convenient TANNERY,
situated within a few rods of the Court-House, in
Worcester, the heart of the State where there
is a better c!anmce for purchasing S.tock, and retail-
ing, when manufactured, than in any other part of
the Commonwealth, as there is no lTanner within
7 miles, and three Butchers constantly empioved.
in the village. Terms of payment will be liberal,.
and possession given immediately. For inlorina-
tion, apply to \VILLIAM EATION, Esq. or
REUBEN WHIEELEIR, nearrihe premises. Tlie
above will positively be sold to the higliest bliddern
Real Estate in the South Parish ia
S ndover .for Sale.
To be sold, on WEDNESDAY, the 14htl day of
November next, at lOo'cloeck, A. M.
All the Estate and interest which John Phillips,
Esq. late of Andover, in the county of Essex, had
in and to the several parcel of ileal Estate, lying
in the South Parish, in said Andover, and described
below-tile 3ale being by his administrators, ndler
an order of thie lon I). A. \White, Judge of Pro-
bate. &c. authorising them to sell so much of the
RIal Estate of said 1lhillips, as will raise the sulri
of ten thousand six hundred and fifty dollars, ac.
The parcels of Land are te fe allowing, viz -one
lot of Land ofri about 32 acres, between Abraha inJ.
Gould's and Gardner Abbot's, on both sid-s thu
Essex turnpike;-one tract of Land, of about 21t
acres, lying south c(f Timothy Flagg's lot, oni both
sides of the Essax turnpike ;-one lot of inowing,
soudl of tProf'ssor Stuart's, ofalout 10 acres ; one
l>t West of Piofessor Stuarts, called the ovetnard
lot, of shabout 10 acres;-une lot of about 8 acres,
called the spring pasture --ome lot near thie widow
Zehediali Holt's.
ThIe aforesaid sale will take place at Loeke's
Tavern, in said South Parish, at tlie time Aolbresaid,
and will be made inn parcels or divisions to suit pur-
chasers. Terms made known at tie sale.
P. C. BROOKS,? ,
B'N GORHAM, S
Boston, Oct. 25, 1821. is
Executors Sdales of Real Estate.
To lie sold at Public Aucution, on THURSDAY,
ihe hirst day of November next, at two o'clock,
P. M.
A valuable FARM, belonging to the estate of
thie late )Deacon David Weld, of Ruxbury, con-
taininig eiglhty two acres-withl a house ; large new
barn, a c"'ellar under a part of it; cider mnll
and ndill-bouse-situated in tlre Rev. Johili Brad-
horu'as Piarish, in Roxbury, about oue third of a nri:e
north-westof tlne mneeting-linuse, on tlie road lead-
uing to Newton, 74 miles from thie ol. State tHouse.
The land is tenced with stone wall and in line or-
der, aind well proportioned wiith mowing, orchlard-
ing, tillage, pasturec'and word iinnd, wivh a variety
of young truit trees, and well watered at all sIa-
son;s, is being adjoiinig thle late resilience of hie
deceasel. Sale on thIe plreniises, eatiler being
fair or toul.
Like~vise, at ithe same t intor and pnlace-about fourt
hundred acc of wild LamI, lying in \c'iresl)ar-
lee, county of Orange, ir the Stite oh V-rintoht.
Jtls-i-one Slsare in ttie Co(>poratilain of Ni,;thI


lrsI, iwquire nf tile subscribers.
DAN'L WELD,
AAION u. WVELD, lEecus
Boston, Oct. 5, 1831. 7,Ipis

IOR Sale PEVW No. 72, i tlhe Rev. Mr. il.-
lku's .Mceting I,,Luse, belonging tlO tlte Ci em
of R AicAIl F.AXO.N, dtecri(sed, bcirig n(; A6 Ol Lr.
best ins tle Cihch. For eterrms u;imt;" .tL Xo. m66,
ir ead-street. isiLf ,;t I7
















0O'We hope the colors used in the follow-
ing picture partake too much of the sombre,
and that the Portrait may be softened down
to a more agreeable likeness :--But we have
no ea-pectation, that such men as the Hero"
alluded to, will be' they who will conduct
Greece from Slavery to Independence. Such
men invariably make a blaze, to exhibit them-
selves to the public eye in a fascinating point
of view, and then pass off into smoke, leaving
a gloom disproportioned to their evanescent
brilliancy. Greece, we trust, in her respec-
table population, has men somewhat more
like WASHIXGTO, and the cool and calcula-
ting Sages of the American Revolution, than
the beardless. Ysa.ANTiuri, who have usurped
the direction of the Grecian revolution.
From the Yew.r.Yo)a Commercial .ldvertizer.

GREECEl.
7 AND of the 'brve! where lie inrn'd
'L. The slirouded bforms of mortal clay,
tn whom the fire of valor burn'd
And blazed upon the battle's fray' :
Land where the gallant Spartan few
Bled at Thermopylhe of yore,
When death his purple garment threw
On Helle's consecratedl sbore!
Land of the nmse within thy bowers
Her soul-entrancing echoes rung,
While on their course the rapid hours
Parsed -t the melody she sung,
"fill every grove and every hill,
And every str.ream that flowed along,
From morn to right repeated still .
T'Lhe winning harmony of soug.
Land of dead heroes, living slaves !
Shall glory gild thy clime no more,
Hler banners float above thy waves
Where proudly it hath swept before ?
Hath no remembrance-then a charm
To break the fetters and the chain,
To bid thy children nerve the arim,
Ar.d strike for freedom once again?
No! cownrdsonls ; the light which shone
On Lenetra's war empurpled day,
The light which beamed on Marathon,
Math lost it's splendor, ceased to play :
And thou art but a shadow now,
With helmet shattered, spear in rust,
Thy honor but a dream, and thou
Despised, degraded in the dust!
Where sleeps the spirit that of old
Dashed down to earth the Persian plume,
When the loud ehaunrt of triumph told
How latal was the despot's doom?
The bold three hundired-ahere are they
Who died on battle's gory breast ?
Tyrants have trampled on the clay,
Where death hlas hushed them into rest.
Yet, Ida, yet upon thy hill
A glory shines of ages tied,
And tame her light is pouring still,
Not on the living, but the dead !
But 'tis the dim sepulehi'al light
Which sheds a faint and feeble ray,
As b on the brow of night,
When tempests sweep upon their way.
Greece Yet awake thee from thy trance ;
Behold thy manner waves afar,
'Behold the glittering weapons glance
Along the gleaming front of war!
A gallant chief of high emprize
Is urging foremost in the field,
Who calls upon thee to arise
In might, in, majesty revealed.
I9 viin, in vain the hero calls,
In vaiu he sounds thetrumpet loud,
I'is banner totters, see, it falls
In ruin, freedom's baitlo shroud:
Thy children have no sol1 to dare
Stich dleeds as have gloritled their sires;
Their valor's but a meteor's glare,
Which glearis a nmomeit, and expires.
ost land where genius made his reign,
And rear'd his golden trch on high ;-
Wheree science raised hr' snored fane,
Its summit, peering to the sky :
"Upon thy clime tihe midnight deep
Ofignorance hath brooded long,
And in the tomb, forgotten, sleep
The sons of science, and of song.
The sun bath set ; the evening storm
Hailr past in giant fury by,
To blast the beauty of thy form,
And spread its pall upon thy sky:
Gone is thy glory's diadem,
Anrid freedom never more shall cease
STo poar her mou-nful requiem
O'er blighted, lost, degraded Greece!
FLORIO.


FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.

DOGGETTS'
REPOSITORY OF JR-TS,
ENTRANCE No. 16, MARKET-STREET.
SHIS new and elegant establishment is fitted upi
in the first style, and open for public inspee-
tion this day. The proprietors flatter themselves
that the visitors will nnd the Gallery a source of
pleasure and gnatification, superior to any other of
the kind in the United States.
Ladies and Gentlement admirers of the Fine Arts,
in Boston and its vicinity, are most respectfully in-
vited to view the most valuable collection ot Cabi-
net Paintings that ever has been exhibited in Amer-
ica, the greater part of which have adorned the
various Palaces anmd Cabinets on the Continent
of Enrope, and are in elegant frames and in the
hiig ieststnte of preservation;. Amongst them wi.l
be loud rare specimens of the following Painrter,
viz :-
Sir Anthony Vandyk, Yelvelt Brurghe,
Rembrant, VIan Hussinm,
Claude Lor-aine, C.rnelis Pce:emburgh,
Giovanni Gisolli, Ter;vesten,
Carachie, .anralletti,
Nicola Peussi -, Zuenreilli, *
WVm. Mieris, Adam Van Oort,
Wanteau, T. Sully,
Rodthenamer, ,- Sir'Peter Lel'y,
J. D. De6 Heem, Raphael,
Berehem, Perugino,
Trevisani, -I. Angelo Caravaggio,
Wm. Vaadervelde, Adthrian Van Ostade,
Paul lirill, Jordeans,
Barent Graaf, Adrian Brower,
Rysdael Bairker, Roland Savery,
Sir P. Paul Rubensr, Hlimskirch,.
Titian, Simon Verelst,
Albert. Euyp, Salvator Rosa,
G e.rard Lar'esse, Jaques Stella,
David Tenniers, Vr'net,
Gasper Poussin, Bassan,
Gabriel letza, (ceorgi Morland,
Wouvremans, irimsmel,
With many other artists af high mnvit, too nu-
rnrous toinsert. For further particulars reler to
the descriptive Catalogue published at 12. cents.
Gallery open every -dayofrom 8 to sunset. Ad-
mittance 25 cents. Subscribers of .1 will be enn-
titlhd to free admission during the whole time of
exhibition. eptf oct 20'

BLACK IjVDIJ LE VIJVTIJNES.
J UST opened by BENJAMIN MUZZEY, No.
69, Cornhlill, 1 case very superior Indhia Lev-
antines. net 10


PAVING STONES, &c.
I E corporation of this city v JII .:".'- fiom this
c" dOy to thIe first day oft May. In n (, two dJillrs
and fifty cents per ton t'for good riind paving stones,
and 75 enLts per ton for paving sand, and receive
the sam- from the decks ot the lesscls importing
the same into this port. They will also give 12 I,-2
cents pel riunning-tiot for 20,000 ect of cnurb, and
10,000 field of gutter stones. Th'l curbl stones
nust hIe not less than 3 feet loi.., 12 iehes deep
by 1- inches thick; gu'ter stoirs not refss than two
feet long1, 1t inches witne, and 5 inches thick.
J. IROF'FI('NA(C, .layor.
A'ew- Orleans, .Ipr-il, 1821. efim


For Mce, or any other port it South
Europe.
-,.- The schooner MARY, (j1st from
la France) Elias Hlulen, master, will
take freight to Nice, ru anyv part in t ie Mediter.
rn-anan Apply to BAIKERlt& HIIODGES, No. 30,
Inudia-street oct 10
For Li-verpool,
The fast sailing and staunch Brig
DIDO, 3 years old, burthenn '200 tons,
having part of her cargo engagedi, will
sail tor the above port oi the 1st No-
-vemiberweather pearmittinig. For ireight
or passage having g eod rt.cnomodations, apply to
JAMES YOUNG, No. 4, Lendall-streqt.
eptf I net 20
WOOL.
4 BALES (stapled) MERINO WOOL; 21
45 dito. MERINO WOOL. i tlre fleece-just
received andi for sale at No. 41, Central whataf.
oct 17 tf
IRO.V Jt.N'D WINDOW GLASS.
I AN DING from the brig Swiftsure, from Bre-
LA men, and for sale by HENRY SIGOUR-
NEY, at Ne. 47. India-wharf,
20 tons Swedish IRON, in flat and alquare bars.
...*V STOi ...
200 boxes white Swedish WINDOW GLASS.
oct 17
CUIlBRJCOJt GOAT SKINS.
OW landing--46 packs very prime Cuirra-
ScoS GOAT SKINS, or sale o l good tatras
by JOSEPHI FIELD ( ,!O. No. 17, Long-wharf.
oct 17
IL.2RD WYARE.
T & S. A. GODDARD have for sale, an exten-
sive assortment of hardware and Fainicy
GOODS, cheap for cash or undoubted notes.
oct 7 fiisies NVo. I, Kilby-street,
hides, Goat Ski|as and Leather.
B ''. RUNEY, lhas ti- sale on good terms, at
5 No SDoane-streettmodoorsti'om Broad-st.
500 prime salted Calcu'tlta Cow Hide',
3000 Mogadote Goat Skins,
4000 Calcutta do. do.
600 Curacoa do. do.
100 sides Sole L-ather. .lso-
Calf Skins and upper do. Sp oct 10

BLANCHARD & CALDER,
". ,A. 14, KILBYSTRE EI',
O FFER for f ale-rna general assortment of 1N-
DI A AND EUROPEAN GOOl3, consist-
ing of
Black and famey black Silk Hdkfs.
Do. Sinchaws, Sarsnets and Florentines,
Do. and colored Canton Crapes,
Do. and white French do
Fancy striped Florences and colored I.evantines,
Freunch Florence Silks ; Ginghams and Prints,
SMuslins and Cambrics; Irish Shirting,
Common brown Linens,
Linen and cotton Cambrics,
Printed Shawls and Handkerchiefs,
Marseilles and Toilinet Vestings,
Bombazetts, plain and twilled,
Cloths and Cassimercs ; hlue Plains; Flannels,
Ribbons ; Galleons; Buttons, &c. oct 10

BENJ. DARLING,
SN-o. 61, J1RiOAD-ST'REET,
IAS for nale-patent Lead Pipe, and will con-
tract to have it laid after .the trcnchls are' dug,
(with the exception, when it is applied tor sue-
ti-in Pumps) of tile following sizes, at thle prices
named, diameter I A inch i 150 ; I do. '3; i
do. S-2; -J do. 5 50perrrd. When it is taken
into consideration, ,the cheapness, together will
tie durabtility of the nterinl of Lead 'Pipe, it is.
pr'esumned to have a prelerenee to all other nnate'ri-
sis of Pipe that has yet been introduced. For sale
at the above Store-20 casks Linseed Oil ; 20J0 lbs.
light Gum Copal ; 60 Ibs. *'ndia Gurn Copal
cleaned; 500 nbs; Verdigrise ; 20)0 lbs. Frenchu
Green ; 20 casks Frenchl Yel!nw ; 30 do. Ameri-
can ; 3 tons Venetian Redt ; 5 tons Spanish Brownl ;
3 tons VWhite 'Lead ; 200 brxes foreign annd do-
mnestie Window Glass of various sizes. oct,-10
HOGS BRISTLES.
CASH (60 .ceats pe t pond) will be given, for
first quality HOGS I0'BISTLES, at LANIE
x HiI JN iWELL's, Dri:k-sq.
(CTShoe makers' Bristles (or saide as above.
:nov1$ it2nile.is

JAMES CARTER,
N'or 17, .A 1)li.I- 1'1iL'I HF,
W'TAS constantly fior sale-Russian, Sn edish, rind
-U English IION, flat, square, and round ; with
NAIL, RODS,. HOOPS, andl PLATES, ofevern
descripition and size-real (L) blisternel STEEL.
JAio0, Losndon Crown WIN DO W G LASS.
Jar 51 eptl

Piece Goods and Hardware.
J. & E. PHILLIPS,
IIAV received by the late arrivals part of
their Fall supply of Goods, which, wit-h their
Ibrmiuer stock, comprises an asso1rtpme'n*,olf
Rthodes' ,onmbazetts Cotton Cambrics
Fur'nitures Kerseys
Cotton Thread Vestinngs
Bindings Clieoes
Plaids Brinitannia Ildkfs.
Shirt ings, Talpes
Flanines N1uslis
Pocket .1,nkts. Broaalclnths
Mein's Gloves Talbly Velvets, SLc.
./so-a gc err.I assortment of lHARD WARE
and CU'TLE I'Y, among wlich, (per Hcrald) a
quantity of Rodgers' Penknives; Razors; Scis-
sors ; Files; Knives And Forks.; Wood Saws,
&c..;-and are all ofl'ered for s'al oi very I eason-
Able terns, at No. 2 PhiHips' BuiTlings, Kiily-
street. s'pit 2C

SEJSOJ' 1ILR GOOD1)S.
WJ[TING & USHING,
-W-JV-. 5.1, C014G1HILL,
C()1tNxlt OF rCOUt'r-STiEEn',
Ifnve receive a complete assortment of WOOL-
LEN, COTTON and SILK GOODS, well adalut-
ed to the seasotm4 amnng which are :-blck, blue,
Irab, steel mixt and hlirnbtak Broadcloths and
Kerseymeres ; Valeuncia, To;linet, Ma'seille, asnd
S :! r, -.:. slate, bline, diraln, French
grey, brown arnn marooni Pelisse Clolihs ; assorted-
ilain.nn'l figured Flinnels; .assmored lQoinbazeLtta
-4i, 8-4, 9-i, 10.i. nnd 11-4 Rore BIlanletsa ; hluh m
rnd olive .Duflits and Contings; drab Kerseys ;
;reen Bockings,; steamn-loom Cottons; 4-4 Ir'.h
inens ; Shiawls, of various kinds ; .Coperpnlates ;t
ighit aind udark Prints; Ginghams; brown and
nlack Limnens; Buckram; ; <-.xtra gill CGnt 't*ud
Vest Hultons; Twist do.; Hosiery; G( loves ; best
English, Pins ; Nankin and Cantot.i Crapes; Sars-
n-ets ; Synchaws; Levantnes; Silk Y'eivets; plain
ldl figured green Silks, l"re. I.fe, im oct S
CALVIN WAS BURN,
NAo. 8, J../llKE'!'-iTREET',
lAS recently received a variety of seasonmable
GOOD-S, to -it:-
Siipeioie I'roadleohins of various color,
Common and enuinrse do. ido. Io.
Suef ine Cassincres do, t do.
Midilintrg do.. n. do.
Queen's Cnloths, ral), Pearl. and itue,
l'elisse do. assorted; Drah Kerseys,
Fearnoughts and other Coatings,
hine ant! mixed Plains,
White and colored Flnin,,!s ; Green Boeki ngs,
Rose Blhankets, 8-i to 1'2--i ; Scotch Planis,
]lotmnhirzc-tt assontetd -enlors,
Tabhy Velvens, do. dos
W,'orsted Ilosiery,
Valencia rnod common Vestings,
Britialsh Sli'irtlngs; Calicoes ; Dimities.
Cambrics ; Muslins ; Brown and blck. Linens,
English Silk and L.eather Gloves,
Italian Sewing Silk rn:d Crapes, ec. ke.
Which mcy be purchased by pnece oa' yard, on
satisfactory terms, eptf sept 26


.IIRD TWARE.
N E.WELL&i BURDITrT, No. 28. D.road-strfeet,
have received by the late arrivals fonim Liver-
pool, an extensive assortnlenituf
Birmi ttgham and Shefeld WaIres,
comprising every article usually watred for tilhe
Country Trade, w which they otle on'th mnos! flnror'
kle'Cterms, tor cash r credit. 16sp r pt 19


Copari'iersiip Forneid.
"FIE subscribers respectfully intorn their friends
Sand the public, that they have formed a con-
nexion in business undur the firm of
FOX & PRINCE,,
WVM.. C. FOX,
WM, PRINCE;
SEASON BLE GOODS.
FOX & PRINCE, No. I1, Market-row, offer
for sale at wholesale atnd retail, an extensive assort-
ment of EUROPEAN AND INDIA PIECE
GOODS.. noct 17
To hManufacturers and dealers in
.Imerican Goods. -
T IHE subscribers, having formed a connexion
in business, under the firm of
TYLER & CLAP,
and taken the store recently occupied by James
Clap, No. 4, Broad-street, inform their friends and
the public, tlhit they are ready to receive on con-
signment, Cotton and Woollen Goods,of every, de-
scription-.ls-o Wool, Shoes, Hats, Paper, &'e. on
which they will make liberal advances.
They have now on hand, huid offer for sales on
favorable terms, a general assortment of Domes-
tie Goods-Also 50 bales of Cotton, which article
is intended to be kept constantly for',the.supply
of fatetors. They respectfully request the continu-
ed patronage on their former customers, aid that
those whlo have unsettled accounts will call andl
adjust dtem. NATIlAN YLER,
JAMF.S CLAP. '
oct 10 r,", ,

SWLLIAM H.. WARD & CO.
Tf fAY~ received Iper WTVae-cases Mermino
j.I. Shawls and Hkfsl. :
Cases Levantines, Florenced, assorted,
Do. Silk Hose, Kid Gloves,
Do. Linen Cambric and Hdkfds.
Do. Grapes, Vestings, ke. bcb.
Which are for sale by the package, at No. 16,
Central-street. oct 17

PLUMES.
-ANIEL MESSINGER, No. 15 Newbury-st.
J" hasjust received from France, 100 doz. of
Ladies' elegant black and drab Plumes, 10, 12 and
15 inches, which he offers for sale by the dozen or
single, as low as can be bought in Boston.
Also, flrom London, one case ofLadi'es' Bonnets,
and trimmings of the newest patterns, withl his
usual assortment cf gentlemen's youth's and chil-
dreni's lHats, and every article iin the Hatter's line.
Ladlies Bonnets altered and hrimmed.-
oct 17 Im

FRESH ALE.
D OUBLE and Single ALE, in whole and half
Shbitts. .8aso, draught and bottled PORTER,
for sale at Gardiner's genuine Beer Brewery. Cas-
tle-street, where the highest price paid for good
Barley.
(X-fOrders left at his Ceilar, No. 5!, State-street,
for Table leer, will be attended to. oct 17

BANGS & BRADFORDS,
.Ao. 125, BPCA..I-ST'REET,
H AVE received by the Fal! arrivals from. ELug-
land-170 packages of COTTON, WOOL-
LEN and STUFF GOODS, comprising a comn-
plete assortment, which they offer for sale by the
package or piece., lt oct 3

WATERSTON, PRAY & CO.
Abo. 10, KILBYI-STREET,
TAVE received by the Falcou and Suffolk-145
IT packages of ENGLISH. SCOT''CI and
IRISH GOODS, which they offer for sale by the
package or piece. eptf sent 19

BUFF.ILO ROBES.
bre sold, a quantity of BUFFALO ROBES,
S pin prine order, by tIe Ihle or single. inquire
ofl'iOMEIS k BASS, No. 108 Orange.street, or
of llENRY AmESSINGER,-No. 8O State-street.
Casht nid li-r Fiurs as anbove. S3m sent 19
THOMAS STEARNS & CO.
.A'o. 2, (2 O.HILL,
f t AVE received from their .ui"M:ilaictory, one
hundred dozen o' gentlemenn's vnuhi's and children's
'11ATS, which together with their stock on hand.
make a complete assortment. They offer them ibfor
sale on the most reasonable terms, at.swholesale mr
retail. Likewise a good assortmentii of ladies' and
misses idral and black beaver Bonnets ; drab, bilek,
blue and pink Ostrich Plumes ; hat and bonnet
Trimmings ; Gloves and Umbrellas.
net 13 epmni

DEXTER & ALMY,
N O. 21, Cornhill, second dnoo north Slate-
street, have just opened fior sale, a complete
.aSnr'tmcnt ,)t FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting nf superfine and common, Lonidoin imd
Yorkshii:e Broadcloths aind. Ker-sey nieres, various
colors ; Ladies' twilled and plain Pelisse Cloth,
color's, lune, sage, tky bine, lavender., bronze,
brown, olive,Queui's bhne sad crimson ; DralbKcr-
scys; Plains; Duflils ; Bockings ; Flannels ; Worst-
ed Hose ; Bombizetts ; brown and black- Linens ;
Buckram ; Shirtings ; Cotton Cambries; Muslins ;
Handkerchiefs ; Vestings ; Cali'-oes; Ginghams;
Scotch Plaids ; Tabby Velvets, all colors ; Sewing
Silk; Silk Tl ist; gilt and twist Buttons; Dow-
as, kc. &N. wholesale antd etail. oct 10

6J-"COTTJ.GE BASKETS. &c.,
JOHN ASHTON & CO.
rM. :3, CORAVflILL,
AVE now opened for sale, received per Lon-
dnin lPacket-ar. elegant assortnr:mnt of La-
dies' Indispensable, or C rttage Baskets, assorted
sizes ; elegant morocct Reticule Bags ud IBoxes ;
morn(cco Tlhr'd! Cases and Pases ; Bttledoors and
thirds; ivory Mlemorannlun TTablets; miniature
Ivories ; )Doinnes,moubnle mies and t:1 ,,1i0, paint-
-ed ivnn-v and bone Velvets ;Gammon Boards ;.
ChIess Men of ivory, bone mand wo6d ; game of
German Tactics ; Solitaire Boards; steel Twe-
7ers; Ambrosial Sonp; shaving Cakes; Paint
Biqx;es half moon Vice cushions s ; Cold Cream ;
Binfl' Balls, and a great variety of other Fancy
VWare, too numerous ton mention.
Alao, Rowliand's Mlncasa-:r Oil; Mrs. Vincent's
Genuine Lotion; Atkinson's Curring Fluidl do.
Ambrosial Soap ; do. Vegetable Dye' l Rowland's
Aljana Extract; Rigge's Extract. 'if Roses; all
warranted genuine.
15 casks Day l 3F.larti''s ISIale'ieig liv the quan-
tity rn' r iil.
All fri .tn. ..** oflerecd ;i tt-... I.. -.t prices
by whoes; ie or retail. oct 10I
Liniens and Sheetings.
t CASE 4-4hishi nons. ii, ,T...,n i I,.-.,,, 1....
York. ./lso- 2 iales I',. ..i ..n ,,' ,- ', 1. i .-
ings,nunu off-red at vur- reduced ricrs, ilat No. 5,
Uniion-istrent, by THOMAS FUiJIIER. oati0

.JIA"G EL WORTZEL.
COR. sale l>i theI su.scriber irn loxburyv-10
ft nati,l MANdEL wVORTZEL, an excellent
fond for Milch Cows, hlgs, ke.
oct 6 4sp CHARLES READ.
.A (.-lllD.-' -
MR. WHALE,,
Professor and Teacher of the Jrt of Dancinrg,
A ot AS tie honor to inlhrm his friends and nie La"
e. tees andi Gintlemen in general of Boston,
that his Academy will open (fort' te ensuing Wi.tVr'
season) at Hurnstead Hall, (htte!v oecupied" by
M'r. T'rn.er) at thie'head onl Broom'nield's-lane, on
T'IIUlSDI)AY next, (to-morrow) thIe -lth Inm st.-
Days ofn'iitior Thiursday and Saturday afternoons,
for onurng Ladies, fin-pi 3 ti.I fi-;ind fraom 6 till 9
for onning Genitlemn. Mr. "W. begs leave to ob-
stenve to Iihosec parents and guardianns who intend
honoring him with their patronage, thalnt thIe earlier
the classes are formed thie greate' advantage tihe
Pupils will derive. Privatelessonsgiven oerTh'urs-
day autd Saturday mornings, al the Hall.
Mr. W. proposes to tne young Gentlemnen of
Binton1, to open a subscription for a private Cotil-
lion party, during ihe Winter season. Terms, kec.
milnde knowVn as above, and at his residence. No. '2,
High-street. 6si ooat to


"I 0 BE LET1,
CONVENIENT Dwelling House, having a
Kitchen, two Parluurs, six Chambers, Punmp,
asll oMner conveniences, pleasantly situated, aInd
only five minutes v'alk fro.n State-street. Apply
ti GILBERT N DXBAN, Old State House.
out Itn


REMO AL.
QUMNNER i4 MERIAMn have removed to No.
14 Kilby-street, (uI, stairs) where they offer'
for sale an assortment of Seasoinalle Gooeds, among
which are
2 b-ies lig'd Flannels ; I case Worsted Hose,
I oo. Lani'bs Wool do.; I do. 4-4 Irish Linens,
Black, bline, and mix'd Broadcloths anid Cassi-
meres; Sattenetts, &e. ep'2w act 20

BOSTON GOLD LEAF,
W ARRANTED good, price T8 50 per pack.
Also-Silver Leaf, prices 1 225 per dozen ;
Gold and Silver Bronze, all shades, tor ile by A.
J. ALLEN, Stationer, No. 66, State-strect.
oet 1'7
BARTLETT & BREWER,
DRUGGISTS,
V o. 13, CORAnILL,
SIGN GUP THE GoonD SAMAIrITAN.
R AVE received by the late arrivals, a very full
supply Of D)rugs, Medicines, Surgeon's In-
struments, fc. All orders to their addrthess, will
be answered with. care and attention-prices faii--
quality giood..
Mr. B lEW'ER having been nine years in the
store, will pay particul art. attention to ithe prepa-
ration and delivery of Medicines for Family putr-
poses, day and night.
Debtors to the late Cc. Bartiett & Chase, are a-
gain reminded of the necessity of closing their.ac-
counts at an early day. cet 17

CABOT & CLARKE,
T Nso. 5, CENJI.IL-ISTREET,
IB EAVE received by the London Packet, Silk
Gloes; Lsdias' Cloths; superfine Cassimerens ;
Twist Buttons.'
.d5lo-by other recent awrivals froii England, a
general assortment of Woollen, Cotton anui Linuen
Goods. 4w oct 10
,"ankini Crapes, an d Plaid Silks.
THITNEY & HIASKELL, No. 29, Market-
street, have recently opened a new and ex-
tensive assortment of CANT'ON GOODS, consist-
ing of,
8 cases of 19, 20, and 21 yards black and color-
ed plain and figured Nankin Cr;..,es, of tIhe
best quality imported.
I case of very superior' double crimped Nankin
Crapes, black and white, '23 to 24 yards in
length,
6 cases Canton Crapes, of all colors,
I case of handsome Plaid Silks, of excellent
,q u a lity .
I ease of heavy 8-4 Nankin Grape Shawl-,
I do. of heavy Double Chain black Levantines,
6 cases Sinichaws ; Sarsncts ; Florentines ; black
Silk Ildkfs -of the best quality : assorted and
black Sewt g Silks, &ce. Gvw net 10

ELEGGAJT LONDOX LAMPS.
ISAAC VOSE & SON,
WISIING TONV-STREtT,
H AVE received by thie London Packet, a large
and rich assortment of
Grecian and Bronzed Center Lamps,
Elegant cut Glass Chimney- do.
Bron zed and gilt do. do.
Do. dp9. Side do.
Do. do. Entry do.
All of the newest ansd most fashionable patterns.
A tf-w pair of Bronzed Figures, with one amnd
two lights tor Nitchns, or Stare Cases. Al.so-a
tew Pianoaortes, omikison's make. eplm i o10
CHEAP GOODS.
REUBEN PUTNEY,
P n'io. 6o, .6mlar','ct-street, (SOUTU SIDE,)
AS just received from New York, and oilers
tor sale-I case Canton Crapes,
1 case [Ita!ian do.
1 I do. Cambricc andl Cn'mbrie Muslins,
1 do. Furniture Patch, ofsupltrior quality,
1 ldo. Striped Silk ; 2 do. Callcoe,
1 hale BoinbazlLtt, assorted colors,
.-4 and 8-4 Linen D)amaak,
Birds 'nyel)iaper; 4-4 and 6.4 Cotton do.
A grf-nt assortment of Silk, Worsted and
Cotton Hose ;'Silk and Kid (G loves, ;kc.
300 vyds. American Sheetinig Is to 2sn per yd.
0t*t- t "do. do. Shinrtings lI to 4.l0 Stu.
A good assortment ot G ininlia.s s-triped and
checked,
"White andl yellow Flannels.
.Jlso, Bluentiil black BLroadcloths and Csss:mere;
Sattinets, 'e. Tte above will be sold very cheap
or cash. tfl gan 11
FRAN CIS MAGUIRE,
BOOT1100 AKER,
ESPI'CT'FULLY amjnuaints t is friends andl
I < the geniitlenien (iof liiosiori, wlio hive known
him int tie eimpioy of the firtn of ILoring Binncy,
as frinmanu for several years, that after an absence
of sonie veat's tf.rom thisI town, hie has Ireurneld with
an intention of I. .1- l.;-. ,himself in business itn
tie liine of his 1 "' lHe therefore solicits
the pat onage ot his former friends andl customers,
where hlie has taken a shop in Newbt ry-street, No.
82, ta few doon s above the Sign uof the Lamieb, on tihe
opposite side of the street; where he will be hap-
py in waiting ou those gentlemen, who will favor
him with their conmmdanis.
-'I'm'wo or three single men can be taken to
board at the abvc place, where thlny will be coru-
otbrtbly.aiecommodated. tf snt 17

N OTICE is hereby given that the,
subscriber has been iniTv appointed guardian
to JAMES AYRIES,
of Cambridge, in the county of uMiddlesex, trader,
a non compos or distracted pr-ns, and has tak .n
upon himself that trui lby giving bonds ts the law
directs. All ipersuns having demands niun thie es-
tate of the said Ayers, rc requircdi to etxhihit Ithe
same ; and n all' persons indebted to thie said estate,
are called upon to make pHayment to
JOHNI COOK, Gu'ardian.
Cambridge, Oct. 9, 182I.
OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber hias been dlly appointed execu-
tor of thle lst will and testaimeint of
'MARTHA WOODl)URY.
late of Gloucester, in the county (if EsRex, wid-
ow, deceased, and has taken upon himself that
trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All per'-
sons having demands upon tile stua:e of said
decearn:nd are re,'uired to exhibit tihe as, me and
:.' i -i .... n i idehted to sai'd 'tmu nter called upani
to mitke paiymehit to
NEI!EMIAHI KNOWLTON, Ex'r..
Gloucester, Ocloble; 10, Shl. -
OT'ICE is hereby given, that the
sn suibsriber lihas been duly appointed Executor
to thie Inst will and testament nt
WILLIAM GCitERNWOOiD,
late of Framingiamn, in tIle clmrnty nf Middlesex,
honsewrir;lt, hicueased, tesunte, anni las talitn a',-
on liinsmlf Shutl trust by giving umr dmi as thIe iaw d-i-
rects. All persons hl'inng demands upon thIe es-
tate ol Ihe said deceased, are rel'riied t exhibit their'
same ; and an ll plrsiiions. lindn'i the arsd estate,.re
called itpon to make It v i i t On ni in
WI1l 1.IAM GiliE\ NWOOl), tix'r.
Fraining/lni, Oct. 9, 1t rll -

iTOTICE is hl subscriber has teen duly appointed adlnlitis-
trator to the ettalte of
JOSIAH1 WALKER,
late of Natick, in the county of Midtidlesex, veo.-
Inan, deceased, intestate, nd\i ras taken upont hiinm-
self that trust by giving bonds as thie law directs.
All persons haring denrannds uion tlie estate of tlie
said deceased, nine required to exhibit thIe same ;
"ind all persons indebted to tie said estate, are cal-
led ilpon to make pavmeint to
) XIEI, LELAND, d, JdnLm'r.
A'itick, Oct. 9, 1821.

"TOTICE is hereby given, that the
-5. subscriber has been 'ily appointed adlminis-
truntor to the estate of
S .\MUEI, BART1LETT,.


liate of Cambridge, in the county of MdAdlesex. cs-
quia'ue deeasedt, intestate, and lis taken upon him-
self tinat trust by giving bernds as the law directs.
All persons having demands upo tnhe estate of the
said deceased. nae required to exhibit the same
and all persons indebted t tlihe said estate, are call-
ed upon to make pavismenit to
JOHN BARTLETT, .Idmn'r.
Cnimbriidge, Oct. 9, 18M:.


S Dissolution of Coparniarship.
fIHE copartership heretofore existing under
the firm of
DUPEE & BADGER,
is this day dissolve d by mutual conent. All per'
sons having demniids on tinaid fi'ni are requested to
present the saonme for settlement; and those indebt-
ed to them are also requested to make payment to
IAAC DUlEE, No. 41, India-stir-et, who is duly
authorised to settle the same.
ISAAC DUPEE,
JOSEPH BADGER.
.Boston, October 6, 1821.
The business of Block auid Pump Making in all
its branches will be continued at the old stand ;
where are kept constantly on hand a large assort-
ment of well seasoned Blonks, &c. &c. also a num-
ber of tons of LigninmviLit.
iThe t'riIilds of the subscriber, the public in gen-
eral, and also the customers tofthe late firm are
soliceited to tavor him with their patronage. The
smallest favors will be gratefully acknowledged by
ISAAC DUPEE.
N. B. JosrPH BAI)Er, being determined to re-
inquishi Ins presentline ot business, will sell his
: part of the stock of said firm, cor:sisting of a great
variety of well seasoned Blocks, Shives, Pins,
Plimp-boxes, andt every other article usually made
in a Blocknmaker'" Shop, at a very large discount.
Also, unany articles useful to Blockmakers, a:nd a
number of tons of excellent Lignuitmniitle, which
10i1ll be sold cheap.
l'VIlJ'TED-bys I. a Lad fr'omn 14 to 16
years of age as an apprentice to Ihee b business.
IThe best recommendation will be required.
Oct 6 eptf : -
Auetion and : Commission Business.
r M1E subscriber offers his services for the-
sale of Real Estate, Vessels, "'M6rhanT
dise, Stocks, Hlouseh6ld 4Furniture, &c. &e. either
at Public Auction or .at Private Sale. Any com-
munications left at the .Office of Mr. SUM-NEH,
East Wing ofbtate liank, will receive immediate
attention. ,. DUDLEY WALKER.
oct 20 80p








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VERY Day and five Even ings in the week for
S a short time, to be seen at exhibition lilt No
23, Hanover-street,
THE LEARNED ELEPHANT
beingthe most docile and t sgacious of an one ever
exhibited inl Europe or Ameriea.
Also, for the inspection of tile enrious, and grat-
ification of the Friends f Imlprovenients, a l'atelit
Iailwat arnd Eleglint Fancy Coach. Those sitting
in it can propel themnselvts with one finger very
rapidly to thie upper extent of the Railwav.
W\Viti a variety of I'iits, anuong w9iich are
twelve, representing thle battles of Bonapa te, sand
his retreat from Mosew, bee. in. 1812 .
Admittance 25 Cents-Childreni half price.
oct 17 tf


SUMMER ESTABLISHMENT.
Old Line of JMail Stages,from Boston to
-E ES ontreal,
SEAVES 1oston on Mondays. Wednesday
Sandl Fridays, at 7 o'clerk, A. M. and arrives
at Francesltowu same evening. .Leaves Frances--
town nat 4- o'elounk, A...L. ; dines :'t Windsor, and
arrives at ltRMo\alt sname evening. Leaved Royal-
ton at 4 o'clock, A. M. mid arrives at Burlington
Slmire -venlirin.
JETU lJV'ING-& ,a'es Burlington at 4
o'cluok, A. M. on Tuesdays, 'I nrsdth ns and Sat-
Utilays, and ar'rves at Royalton same evening.-
Leaves Royalton at 4 o'clock, A. IMI. and arrives
at Franicestown same evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 41 o'clock, s. M. and ta:rives in Boston at
4 o'eltek, P. M.'
Townsos throntgnh which h it passes from Boston :
Charlestonsn, Medibord, Wobi'rn, Billerica,
Chlelnslordn, Ivgsboronl, lDun.Stal le,.A mherst,
Mount Vernon-M, Franeest'n,tIillsbornuglh, W'tsh-
iintloo, Goshen, ',Newport, Chlremont, Cornish,
\.indsor, (Vt.) Iatl-and, WVonodstcek, Barnard,
Royalton, luandolph, Brookfieild,, Willamsstown,
nMontpelier, NV utcrbnry, Bnhlton, Will;ston to Bur-
lington, then bv Steamboat fi.r Montrenal.
Eclch passenger allowed thirty pounds baggage.
gratis. One lIundrled and twenty pounds equal to
: passenger. Tihe Proprsetlnrs iwill not be eacounL-
able Ifnr any baggage unltiss receipted ltor.
Stage Books'kept at R!ILEY'S, No. 14, Back-
street, Boston, and l t JOHN HOWARDS, Bur-
linghon
i BUFMAN bm RICHIARDSON, ,
ASA BUT'ITERFI EL), P t,
DEAN & ALDS, 1 to ..1
6 D 1RENCOtE, o Windcsor.
ED:I UNI) LAWRENCE, "
F. J. IlTlIS, 'ns' jr-ap m r
RPOBRTP rBARK1'R, i ndof
IHARRIS EATSON, ( tmtnsr to
JAMES WHITCO.Mri', Murininton,.
July 25 elit ,i
TAMMANY HALL,
Park-str'elt, tenar tte henare and City Hall,
A'ew- 'oskA-. .
I ItlS nwell kunvoi estalbishment hlis recently
_ becon taken by thenlinn; riber, vIho is de-Iteni.
ucd to use his best endeavor's to render it, worthy
ot Iblie patronage,
T'e In local s;tution' ol thlt Inotel, being placed
nern the centre 01A business and public am usement,
renders it wp'ithy the attention of the stranger, who
will at all times lilnd his table supplied iuih the
bst provlsi'ins thie seaisos atnffl'ord, aMd Ilias wants at-
tended to, by capaili'nmid oblig;ung servants.
(sign-d) A. MOODY, '.te of.tlbany.
.Vew-a 'k-, Sept. 6,18-1. 9 .
-J)YE .A ) S COIU RER.- -
C -LARK DICKI NSON woiNul iniir-n his ftilendis
) nnd Ithe public, that hle coitimnus to Dye and
Scour L'nlies' ni l Gentlemein's Garments mt eve-
ry des':ription, in th(lie nicest nanier, and al s!lort
nti)tnl. Also, Cloths, Hiibboin, &C. Goods re-
celved for Dying and Srecuring, at No. 4, Corn-
lill-omnl r, Boston.. J. B. HOV EY, IJgent.
anu;; "'9 eprGw
JOHN DAY,-Silver 'Smith,
A'o. 8, tWter-st. opptasitn the Puot 'ice, V oston.
S,.SilNIC Work donre at shirt notice; \'eatrhli
S(Cases mind S%,or1d Gilt, ind Swotrds lPlated.
N. B'.- All kinds of Silher Work mi:ule to match
any ptllurn. I awlvtf July 18
ISAAC BOWERS.
INVTELLIGE.NC'E OFFICE' E.
No. 14, N iW B UItY-STRlEl-T.
71LI rL.ogister L:ndIs or tinmuss, either for
i sale. nlortg:*ge, or to let, io town or cou:ntr
Young Menuon o; Wiomen from tie c nuntry, who
want places of any kind, ail apply, will he attend-r
ed to, mand all business cuonnetcd wi t the above
trnamssrt'-d reasonably. tnf July 4

F OR ~ale ar excellent FARM, situated in thie
south-wcsterly pimrt of Iarvard, \Vornest'nr
County, containing seventy acres of land, a house
nnd bnr'n. The land is divided in tlnage, pasture,
mowing, wood-l- and a orchalrding, well watered.
Posvseoni can be lid immediately. Inqiiire of
ELIAS WARREN, on the premises.
oct 6 eptf
FFOUNDI. -,
"N Saturday last, near the N-sw Market, a
small bnnd'ie of Satinut which the ownem-
n sav have by paving for this ad'-ertisemnnt.
Intnuire in remar tt 1i6, Orans'c-str et. ect It0
LOST--Yesterday,
FEW Bills of Foreign Money. WVhmoevr'
l has found the same, and will leave thirm nit
the Centinel Couuting Room, shrall be sandsomily
rewarded, uct 10


JOHN R. ADAMS,
j1i'TTOi.A'EY q.V L l'f,.
j AS established himself in Kennebrink Port,
(Me.) whrrce lie will attend .to any business
in thle profession that may be citrusted to him.
Refer to
GEOROE BEItKA Esq. U. S. Attorney,
for Massachusetts District, and
ToBnIs LoUi, Esq. Merchant, .Bosto,.
oct 10 6m
J'OTICE.
SEVERE NICOLAS 1ALTAZAR, son to
B3iby Parant, of St Pierre, in the Island of
Martiniqne,. sailed thence bkout the 20tli Decent-
ber, 1819, in the barquie iannah, Isaac Bartlett,
commander, and \vas discharged at Plymouth,
Mass. and was afterwards known to have been em-
ployed in the Factories at P.awtNcket, n ear Provi-
dece. The said uad woas rorninlv known aiud
designated by the nanie of MAontout, n.St. Pierre,
and called himself Joselph. in English. If any per-
son can give information relative to the said S'evere,
Nitholas Balta'zar, alias Montont, alias Joseph,
will greatly oblige his frieirds at Martinique. I-
forrnation transriited by mail to ISAAC BA/RT-
LETT, of Plymouth, wi l be duly forwiIrded to
his friends.
'rie editors oF newspapers in Providence sitl
Salem are request. d to insert this advertisementCl;
twice in their papers, ail forward, their bills to the
subscriber. ISAAC lIARTLETT.
Plymouth, Oct. 10, 18.1. 3sp
Estate of James L. Wood, Esq. de-
Sde.scased.
F OR sale, one of 'he best Farms in {he County
S of Somerset, cotiaining. 2(10 acres, one half
qfwhich is-lirst rate Intervale Iving on the bdwoif
S.i-ls R;t..r in S ..ks, six miles oulV- from the
Q,..ii t-l,.u.:. in, Ni.:i' idgwvne.k, is im a high st.te oft
al:i.:.ni, i. l.-e- well finished House, 3 Barns,
a Chaise-house, ke. ke. to be sold at a very mode-
rate price. An extensive credit .1itd a good title
will be given. For particulars enquire of WI.
LIAM, ALLEN, jun. Esq. Norridgwock, or MO.
SES APPLETON, Esq..Waterville. ort 10 '
FOR SALE,
SH-OUSE and SHOP in Broad-street, on ad-
S._ var.tagcou:. terms to the purchaser, occupied
by permanent respectable tenants.
.ilso-two lots of LAND at West-Boston, one
fronting on Merrimaekl-strcet and South Margin-'
street, 40 feet on each by l TOTeet in-depth, situa-
ted near tihe rew prison :-mne orher lot, 20 leet 4
inches on Pond-street, 20 feet'4 inches on North
Margin-street, 135 feet south on Cooper-street, and
i'trInting on a lot or square belonging to to e town,
Shich may hereafter'be probably used as a market.
/ The above deseribed- Est.tes are con-idered as
of increasing valte, it rma-y be obtained at low
rates, cnoparled n-vith brmeor prices. i" Li 1r e-
orn'iiiartiltr terms as .'. ir.rtl \pi.l r i)
THOMAS ENGLISH, ,, ,. itii, ,1..,,,,.
oct 20 ep4w

W.,".iTED I) 1 1.M EDI.ITELY,
&BOY about 16 years of age, as an aplprentice
A to the Stone Crtting business. Inquirie of
JOHN TEMPLETON, Csmhbridge-street.
oct 20 8sp
.N'URSE CHILD WANTED.
YOUNG Womrran, having a good hb east of
A/ milk, wishes to take a child to rnrse. Gool
r recommendations may be iad, if required. In.
quire at the Centinel Cronting PRoom. oct 17

LOST,
A SILVER WATCH, cap'd and jeweld', snp-
L posed between the market in Boston iiiild
Ciarlestown-square-maker's name Norton,Liv-
erpool, No. 33546." A suitable reward' will be
given, with the thanks of the owner, it left at the
Centinel Counting Roow. rclt 17
PLACE n.,VTID.
-'TANTITED, ibr a young man o at bout IS years
of age, trim thie country a situation as an s
Atpprentiee in a wholesale and retail Englisfi Goods
Store. Tlie applicant is a good pennian, lint h. ad
thI-re years experience as an appr-entice in a coun-
try Store, andl can produce the most nqiluestionratle
reconniendations, for probity arid calp.ity. In-
quire at the Cntinel ountiig iRoom. Oct 17
TIlHE CIRCUS.
.OR sale, or to be let, on a long lease, that well
S known building the CIRCUS, it) Sheale's lane,
for many yearsimproved byli Mr. Roulstoti. Ap -
ply to JOHN AMOlRY, o. 42, Newbury street.
sept 19 f

NMIDDLE aged man ,ishecs to hire a good
Farm on shares, in the vicinity of Boston, to
lie enlereil ipon iext spring. Pccn-e meun atoas
for ability and fidelity -a;,ill be given,. Anr gentle-
nmin having one to let, by leaving his name a,:d rts- .
idence at -the Centinel Gonting lRoom, will be
called upon by ton by te person fishing to Iire.
net 1lt 5sp

Notice to" Cotton Weavers.
-hOSE who are desirous of mnaLing a contract
S for weaving any qurncity olfYarn, per' week or
month, cen be supp lied with grod YARN, oni ap-
plication to JOEL CARTER, No. 9, Mat'rKet-row.
sept '-'6 6w
110.dRDERS 1' A' TFD.
OUR or five gentleman cm lie accommodate
will separa-e bed, and parlor to themselves, it /
wanted. Also, a gentleman and wit'.. Likewise, a.
room to let furnished or not, with board, if require/
cd. Apply at D. DARBY'S No. 18, Federti
street. 4w oct/
tI'.'NTV'TED, ,
A ITEADY, ciprable Womn, to cook as-
'. sist in thIe work of a small imly, in t ookrn-
try Inquirie At No. IS, P'eair-street. /d(t 10
IC/PTH IV. lVI'F / .
FAIR price wsnl li' pni:d for a iYnsn'i) loals
of earth or stones delivi-able oov(ie eatatekrowi
s 'arson'sI t ii pasti're, Summ.cr-stit. A aiddition-
al entrance to thIe sune will y opened il a few
dtas trntiii lle passage in t.'e rear of Franklin-
place. Apply to ASA LECIS, on the premises.
act 10
]P.1 RT.A l 'R l.7WV'TA.D.
A YOUNG MAN well established itn the En-
glish Goods line,.vith a good stock mind stand,
:ishusa partner who can furnish a capital, antd it
Srrrrt-',. i!) +- 1. .-i,'rI trI.I.j--To a e wllsi
N. ll.. .'...,,. 1 I .ZtentioIn to business, a
good op|)ortUnitv is now oflercd. Communications
(wilh signatures) directed to B. A. ;und lelt at tIhe
Ce:tlinel Counitin.g Rnorm, will ie attended to.
oct 1I

SAD, wLo writes a good hiain, and whose par-
ents Ivre in town, on write in rn Oflice. In-
qnirest the Continel Counting Iltonn. oct 6

A YOUNG Ma, ftoin I1 to 20 years of age, as a
Shrouse Servant. Oue wiho feels confident ihat
ihe is capable, honest and discreet, may apply at N''.
1, Clis:nuicy-tinee. oct t10

SMIDDI.e aged Wonao as Cook, in a prirv:te
A' fiitiy, whrr n pun'orice godnl rcCeoenmahidrt-
tiins. Apply at the Centinal Cour.ting hooi.
oct 10
COOA'..h''/) C(II.a.lBE AlIl).
AN T'I), ai Cook and Canimhermnaid, who en
X 'lbe well recoloendieildl frtrm their iari
platce. Apply at the Ceniitrel Coutrintg Rnom.
net 10
( un s a l en' tien trrcnor'ih Grhltier, ot" ir-rat:e
Street Chrchi. nqritre at No. 4" Co it

street. Oct to
sir i ."-u. of't lin

A CAPAH LE I Cardui aiul iiper, a grltd tl'm'ih'r,
a Sierarunii, anud twoi Bril 'Veavr.rs. ;,t
Cr'.,wiinshrelIs' FacLtory, D.Unvers. cpim unt It

COLUMBISAN CENTIN' EL.


Puiitsicai....... lte,'canli!e....and .".ltcallaneius
Published on Ied::e.'.uts aan r.SanturdIhy.s i
BIKN..LAMIN IRUSSELL, iPublister n the Las
ot the UUnited SLt'.'s, 'riitAtC! tL, the iSinte,ans
Prop: w-tir. at his Otfice, Congresnsl-<..--i -
'TH (,MAS HlU iDSON,priLter




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