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

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No. 8918) BOSTON, (assachusetts,,' SATURDAY MORNIN r, OCTOBER 27, 181. ". -anc i

&j=IN THIS PAPER THE LAWS, RESOLVES, &c. OF THE UNITED STATES, AND OF THIS STATE, ARE PUBLISHED, BY AUTHORITY.


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MEDICAL LECTURES.
y 1tHE Medical Ltetures of Harvard; University
L will coqrtmbrenceat the Massqaclshuetts Medical
College in ton, on th t hiird. WEDN.ESDAY infi
November.
Ahatomty anc Surgery, by Dr. WARRnx.
Chemistry, .- -- by l1r. GonnAx.t
Matef'L Mediesa by Dr. BIG;LOW.
Midwiferv and Medical Ju-
Srisprudence, by Dr. CluiaXix.
Theory and Practice of Phy-
sic, . by Dr. JACKSOx.
Di. WARREN, Dean ofthe.Ftculty.
sept l5 t, f
Anatomical histruc'tion.
IR. STON'0 proposes during the coming
winter, to give instruction in Practical Anat-
"omy andi making preparations. ,Gentlemen pre-
paring for the practice of Medicin' desirous of im-
proving themselves inAnatomy are invited to call on
Dr. Strong, corner of Cornlhill and School-street,
when farther particulars will be made known.
Soetd tf
WILLIAM HOWARD GARDINER,
SATTOR.EYr
"AS removed to No. 92, Gonrt.#*et, at the
corner of the Franklin Avenue. 5w oct 13
GRENVILLE MELLEN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HTAS opened an office in Middle-street, Port-
-land, where he will faithfully attend tall bus-
ness, that may be entrusted to his care.
sept 29 5t
WILSON'S LIFE.
'IERSONS holding.Sabscription Papers for the
Life of Capt. JA;.tES Witsox, are requested
to return them to the Publisher No. 14, Newbury-
atreet, or to the Boo#Store of Munroe & Francis.
october 20
JUST PUBLISHED,
A ND for sale at the several Bookstores, S rAA .i-
SPRISONS and thie Penittentary System Vin-
:dicated, with doe6metiti relatin. to the manage-
ment and coihcerns of the Massachusetts State Pris-.
n, &c tf sppt 22
SINGING SCHOOL.
H lrE subscriber wonild;respectfully inform the
L Ladies and Gentlemen of Boston, that his
School for instructing in the' Theory asuiPractice-
of Vocal ,isic, is open for their reception in
Cornhill.sqaare, on the same floorwith, and oppo-
site to Mr. Brown's Drawing Academy.
The School opened for one terim only, com-
prising thirty-two evenings, or lessons-two eve-
i ingper week-Tuesday and Thursday,- instead.
of Monday and Thursday evenings. Terms of tu-
ition, ktc. may.!. learned at the room on the eve-
nings above named.
Those who wish to become members of this
Schltol, are requested to call next Tuesday eve.
nma, 2Sd inst.' as the term will then commence,
andn,'of course, twill close with each individual at
the same time. 3. BAILEY.

EVUNING SCHOOL.
A NEvenig Seliodl ti- ibst(laoting young persons.
. -in Reiading, Writing, Arithmetic, Ke. com-
in-.iced .1 lhli-e list' i iatn 'the Adamsir Sch6nl
House. lMasnn-st ett: a few .more scholaracin ibe
eceive.l, and lhe terms male kiown by :iipl irne
ithj oe-- p.irtslsr-aratendon '-ill
6,' .io tlwAiritmprovemeut.- net13
EVENING SCHOOL.
InetrTiog or young. Gestleen in Dancing. t
R. TIMSN, s respctthlly gives notice, that
he has lately commenced with a new class,
at his.Academy, No. 11, North-Ahen-street. A
number more scholars can he admitted as this class
is notfull. Terms of tuition $2 at entrance, aiid
Si at the close of'the quarter. School on the eve-
nings of Wednesdays and Fridays from.6 until 9.
Mr. S. resneetlitlly informs those outing gentle-
tnen that formerly honored him with their instruc-
tion, thht the first quarter of his scliool bjhieh keeps
asn the evenings of Mondays and Thursdays is half
out, and that heproposes taking scholars, for the
remainder of the term. Tuition.5. No one ad-
mitted short of the hilfqidarter. N
His afternoon school, lbr:the instruction of yonng
Ladies in the a2ote saqeom.plishlment, will com-
mence on Thursday, ovenber'15. School on the
afternoons of Thursdays and Saturdays. '
oit'24 Sap '
WARM BATHS.
MV ,IE subscriber, respectfully informs the public
L that his Winter Establiishmne't of Warm Salt,
Watep Baths, is now in complete order for the
reception of thosd Ladies and Gentlemen who may
please to pntrusiqe it. >
The rooms for the Ladies are retired, well war-
ined; and have every convenience to render them
worthy of public patronage and support. He in-
tends also, to make such improvement in the gen-
tlemen's Bathing Rooms, as to continue to receive
a continuance of that support which has been so
liberally bestowed the past season.
"ERASTUS, FARNHAM.
Cragie' Bridge, Oct.20,1821. eptf
Essex, ss. At a .Conrt of Probate,
holden at Salem, in and fior said county, on the
first Tuesday in Octol'er, D. 1821..
A NNA DODGE, who is named executrix in a
.V. certain inltrument, purporting to be the last
will and testament of George D 3dge. late of Saleum,1
in said county, esquire, deceased, having presented
the same for probate ; and Benjamin Dodge, of
said Salem, merchant, having presented a petition,
praying that administration of the estate of said
deceased, with said will annexed may be granted
vo him *-(fklered, That the third Tuesday in N 1o-
vember next, eleven oftheclocR, belbre noon, he
assigned as the time for considering said instru-
ment, at a Court of Probate, ten to be hoiden at
Salem, in said county; and that said Anna and Ben-
jamain give notice to all -persons interested,by cans
ing an attested copy of this order to be published
tht ee weeks successively in the Columbian Centi-
ewl, printed in Boston, the last publication to hbe
fourteen days at least, before said time, that they
aay be present and object, if they seecause,tO such
probate ; or shew cause, ifany they have why the
prayer of said petition should not be granted.
D. A. WRITE, Judge of Probate. .
A true copy of record. Altest,
NATH'L LORD, Jr. Register.

OTICE is hereby given, that the
'' subsceriberJhas been duly appointed adminis-
tor to the estate of
JOHN BULLARD,
lateof Pepperell, in the county of Middlesex, clerk,
dleeased, intestate, and has 'eaken upon himself
thattrust by giving bopt's as the law directs. All
persons, favying demands upon thea estate of tihe
said deceased, are required to exhibit the same;
and all persons indebted to the said estate, are cal-
led upon to make payment to
JOSEPH BRECK, .dm'r.
.Pepperell, October 16, 1821.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the
n subscriber Isasbeen duly appointed adminis-
trator to theestate of .
ZERUIAH PRESTON,
late of Groton, in the county of Middlesex, single-
woman, deceased, intestate, and has taken upon
himself that trust,by'given bonds as the law directs.
All persons having demands upon the estate of the
said deceased, spre required to exhibit the same;
and 'all persons indebted to said estate, are called
upon to make payment to T
WILLIAM NUTTING, .dm'r-
Wret on, October 16, 1821.


To the Honorable Thomas Dawes, For London.
Esquire, Judge of the Court of Probate, within The reguhr trading ship LONDON.
thetounty of Suffolk, \in the Commonwealth of PACKET, Capt. Tracy, will sail for Ion-
Massacobsetts. on, on the 14th Nov. weather permitting. For.
liHE petition of'Jeseph Urann, of Boston, in the freight or passage apply to MUNSON &, BAR.
. county of Suffolk, administrator of the goods NARND, No. 17, Central-wharf, or to the'-master
and estate ofElijahtStedman. late of Boston, afore- on board at Rowe's-wharf. 'epists oct 17
said, deceased, inteotate, humtbly shews, that the
just debts which the said deceased owed at the Foir Liverpool,
time of his death, as the same lias been exhibited to The fast sailing and staunch Briig
said administrator, amount to thle sum of thirteen DIDO,.3 years old, burthen. 200 tons,
hundred sixty-nine.dollars and fifty-one cents. having part of her cargo eniIget, will
The personal estate of thle said deceased, as the sail fior the above port on the 1st No.
same has been duly exhibited into thIe Probate Of- S vember,weatherper.s.itting. For freight
flee, amounts to the sum of eleven hundred and or passage having god > ceomnodations, apply to
fifty-eight dollar-s.L Igvo od
fitly-eight dollars. JAMES YOUN1, No. 4, Lendall-street.
There is allowed to the.said administrator, for eptf oct 20
debts paid,funeral expenses, debts incurred during
the last sickness of said deceased, allowance made For North- Carolina.
to tlme widow, and chai-ges of adminiatration, tle The h new and fast salting schooner
sum of foburhuidred thirteen dollars a til thirty- .'- SALLY DAVIS, Capt. James ChaIse,
nine cents; and the balance remaining in his hands, s, master, will sail soon, for Elizabieth
Fills short of discharging the said debts, hy the sum City, Edenton, Plymoth i and Windsor,
ofsix hundred and three dollars andsd seventy-three hvig half l car-' go etigaged. Fo-
cents. remain let of'freight, or passage, having excellent
The real estate of the said deceased, consisting. accommodations, which will ie taken oft the most
of a wooden dwelling-house, with the land thereto reasonable terms, npilvy to the mnastfir on board, at
belonging, situate in South Russell-street, in said Bixhy & Valeitine's wharf, or to ORPHEUS
Boston, hvith the privileges thereto beloging ghas HOLMES, No. 5, Fish-street. bet 20
been appraised at two thousand dollar's; about ---- -. .
three acres ofland, with a small house and harn, sit- For Charleston, S. C.
uate in Needham, ithe county of Norifolk, has 'e sloop WILLIAM & HENRI-Y,
been appraised it six hundred and fifty dollars, Pel am Gibbs, m str beine iarly
subject totlie widow's dower therein. e loaded and ready to sail, 'ca tae itt
Wherelore your petitioer rravs, that lhe may .B more freight and ev 1 ase rs. i .
be.empowered sod licensed to sell to much of the plied for 'inhediately to i. .. A-
real estate of said decea.4 ultbject to sail dower, Vl-,NPOI, No. 14, C utral-whar- orems
as will raise a sum ufiiet for thie payrcntof said oi board o iositeo- or the mster
debts, and incidental charges. Oct ia
JOSE'PH URANN, JAdm'r. "N*O TWICE.
Suffolk, ss. Ata Court of Probate, holden at Bhqs.- u onte t in business om the s.A bscribeO'
ton, withi. n then said county, on Monday, the fif- i la tual o rlisf tS HALE ltCo o
o.h d rfAt i D.. h the opasy uwill lie adjiasted .and settled by IS 1 -s
Uton thupetitionaforesaid, of Joseph Urann,ndT- O V ..PPL ..& H "AL".
mmnistrator of the goods and estate of Elijah Ste e- t SES ALE
man, late of saitdBostontrader, deceased, intestive, WILIASE S TILS-roN,
Ordered, ihat the said Joseph Urran n, adinisth oct 3, 18-21. OLIEL ll s i
tor asmatoresaid, notify allp.rr.sons int sted tlere- Oct ", 1821. OLIVL M. WHIPP.Lg.
in, to appear at a Court of Probate, to be. holden .
at Boston, within the said county, on Monday; the opartnersh'p.
twclfth.day of November nei.t, by.giving them pet- The subscribers have formed themselves into a
sonal notice of the petition aforesaid, with this' dr- company linder te firm of.
der thereot, or byI advertisement 'thireof thL're'e TILEST'ON,' W HIPPLE HAL-
weeks sus essiel.y, in the .noApapre called theI f th nrpos mantheing UN POWDR,
Columbiino 'Centinel, pt-inted 'in Boston, th1e last"nd a-willh .n.ttine te te "business at the wot-,ks. ,It
,publication to'be three days; at least hbftre l eoccuiet -by Moses Bale & Co. Tey are liso
sidtt'twelfth day of Novenibet, afbrestid, wlmen and e to g elae- a tm
where thev'may be n9ard concerning the same. erectig, ... = t-ooap
where tey ma be i.a...... t e- ie next season ,min a situatioim lnmedintely colnectu.l
STHO_ AS DAWES, Jtc lro.boate with the Middlesex Canal, upolt a plan sufcioeutly
Sthe Honorable Sm' P P. F 'tensive to accomplish wit despat, ay orders
0.o lIe Honorable Sam I J.. A. r ay, which Iay be received. / ,
Esquire, Judge of the Court of Probate, in aqd WILLIAM TILESTON
for the county of Middlesex, in the Common. OLIVER M. WTHIE L
wealth of Massachusetts. oct 16, 1821. DAVID HALE, Jr
THE petition of John, Abbot, of. Westford, in "" '."
Said county, Esquire, admiliasti.acor of the es- Boston and Chlelmsford GUN POWDERS, man
tate of Simon Hunt, late ofWestfourd, in said oenin- -leactured by l'tI stoN, VWniP.PLE HAL.P. con-
ty of Middlesex, deceased, intestate, humbly shows, stantl) on Iriud, n,,d all orderi 'lh.rOuitl, cs\ecured"
that thiejust debts which the said deceased owed I byD.%-iD HALE, L.Jr No. 7, KKilt. i e, -- e,
at the time this death, together within thie widow's Ifor lhi. LormI|.y. cti I
allowance and charges of administration including I --- -
fuiture probable charges, amount to the sum of' C D)pa'tier'ship Formed.
thbee hundred anud'seventy-six dollars and eighty- lIE.l.seiiersi.el|,ecitullv iilormil.eirfrienlds
..fe cents; that the valueoftheli personal estate of I | asie public, I It tlueV h'-ve formed aconr-
thle siil idceaed, by the, inventory thereof duly re,.ior iii bui.. ss uri.klu ile firm of :;
e'.li,iled in'wo the Probate Offie,6,is one huntlred .. D ,G S '
r,,ii. '.l- d,.ll.,r' .id I;,l-t .o ecra, ad tile OO D & BRGGS,
'..e i" th-. i :.l.'.Ust. o .l dr- e:.,.i l.'le.h li al1l1 .,k.-i .ti..- ni'r.".'.," -T y -i .
s,-l-in'sentory; i6tre-bu.ebiii'nmtl -ht4y t"eli'suly Wnt'-I.Jr -chio i i, MIercltars' t'ro, lhe re .they
lart:. \\ h,-rLlu sour r'elitmiortrr pra, m, i;, l he lacc Iorn sIe a generu.d ",iA imntit ol WV. I. G' ntl
may he mp,.ncr.rd and liltcis.'d to sell so nihel, of Brai.ud, Gin, \\ i'n.. ,Tca., Uuiter, Chee.n, .Mirk-
.the real estate of said deceased, as will raise the erel, &e. on liberal .erims.
sum of two hundred nnd sixty-four- dollars and Tor- JOHN WOOD, Jr.
ty-three cents, besides the sum of thirty dollars for ALDEN BRIGGS, Jr.
incidental charges. JOHN ABBOT. Boston, October 1; 18,1. Gw
Middlesex, ss. At a Court of Probate, holdlen at Copartnership Dissolved.
." Groton, inm ad for said county of Middlesex, o on. HE copartnerlhip heretofore existing between
the sixteenth day of October, A. D. 1821'. f the subscribers under the firm of
b Upon the nhtidion atbre'said, this day preferred I CUSIttNG MITCHELL & CO.
by the above named John .AbhOt, tie admintis'tritor i
atbresaid, Ordered, that the said administrator, is this day by mutual consent dissolved.
notify all persons interested therein, to appear at SILVANUS LARELL,
a Court ofProbate, to be holden at Concord, in EZEKIEl. WHITMAN,
and for said county, on the third Tuesday of No. ALLEN WHITMAN,
member next, by advertisement ofthe foregoing pe- JAMES L. BACON,
tuition with this order thereon, three weeks success. CUSHING MITCHELL,
ively in the newsarper called the Columbian 'Cent SILVANUS L. MITCtIELL.
tinel, printed at Boston, the last publication to be Jiridgezater, Oct. 5, 1821'.
seven days, atleast, before the said third Tuesday in Business will hereafter be carried on at thi same
November, when mid -where.they may be heard 'place by the subscribers under the firm of C. &
concerning the sane ; and makerettrn under oath S. L. MITCHELL.
of his doings herein, unto said court. GCUSHING MITCHELL,I
SAMI'L P. P. FAY, Judge o Probate. oct 13 t SILVANUS L. MITCHELL.
Copy. Attest, ISA.A.G FISK, RJeister NO TICE
CoinWmnwealth of Jfassachusetts. TFIHE subsciribers inform their friends and the
Essex,ss. To the Hon. tile Justices of the Court JL public, that they liae opined a wholesale
of Common'Pleas,tobelhojtlenat Newburyp-ort, Cmmission Leather and Shoe Warehouse, at, No.




wila persons unknown to your petitioner a moiety O1 t do. Boy'set i. to o. do
or half part of a certain piece of' land lying in Sa-. 2000 do. Women's low priced colored Kid Slips,
lem, aforesaid, and bounded as follows, viz:-east.e t with spangled, full trimmed,
er-y on land of William B. Parker, thirty-six feet 1700 Chiuldren's Ron Morocco Boots and Shoes.
four inches; southerly on land of Joseph Buxton, N. B-4Thue above Shoes were made partiou-
two hundred and four feet four inches; westeriv larly for the Spanish West India market, and will
on Winter-street, thirty-six feet four inches, anild e sod low forcasl or good papeat 6 or 9 months
northerly on Itland of your petitioner twa ohun- ret dit. o
dred and four feet four inches, with tie privi. t00 ir Women's Leather Shoes, welted, with
legeo and appurtenances to. the same belonging, 4 0p0heels straps (iivamp i high lace,
and that he is desirous of holding his said half part 500 pair do. with st' ps os t uarters,

titien thereof to be made and his aforesaid share of heels,
the same to be divided and set off t-om thle rest to 500 Men's thick Monroe Shoes, sowed, very
hin to hold in suveraltv, and s It dulty bound will stout,
pray. o iatOB' UPTaION,l y 500 do. Men's thick Monroe Shoes, first quali.-
S o JOIIN PRINnC, Jr. his dt'y. ty,p gg'd woa-k,
N 300 pair oy's split Leather Shoes, lined an
Cofnhsnowueth of n laassachuse tts. bound,
Essex, as. At the Court of Common leas for the 200 do0. Men's Calf Skin-Shoes, pegg'd, double
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, begun and hiol- soles,
deii at Newburyport, within and lth the county 1700 do. Men's thick Shoes, 2d quality,
of Essex, on the third Mondity of Septeiber, 75 do. Men's Monroe Shoes, 2d do.l
Anno Dominia,eighteen hundred and twenty-one. 500 do. Gentlemen's Wellinglri Boots, at from
Upon the petition aforesaid, Ordered, thaa t said S2 a 5 -pe.r pair,
petitioner s give notice to all persons interested by 10 50 Mt ien'sr hed and bound Xip Skin Shoes,
causuig an attested copy of his said petition and of 300 do. Children's Seat Skits welted Shoes,
the order of Court thereon, to be published three 1000 do. Women's black Morcco Shoes, lieels,
weeks successively in the Columban Centinael, slips, briille lils and bigh lace,
printed-at Boston, the last publication to lbe thirty 50000 yds. black and colored ottpn Cord,
days at least -before the next term of this Court to 500 gallons best SpongefBlacking,'
be holden at psw-ich, withn nd fir thi e county of 200 hide Trunks, different sizes.
Essex, on'the Ihird MO nday ot DecOmNber next, The above assortment of Shoes and Boots be-
that they may then and there nppearind shew cause, ing on consignmient, thie subscribers pledge them-
if any they have, why the pra} er of said petitioner selves to customers, that they will supply them at
should not be granteil. the lowest manufacturing prices. Purchasens aire
Attest, ICHABOD TUCKER, Clerk. iJvited to call and examine fihr themselves.
A true copy of tie petition aforesaid and of the JOSEPH F. BORiDMAN,
order ofCourt thereon. JOHN' t''NEX.
Attest, ICHABOD TUCKER, Clrk. --
0-'JOSEPH F. BORDMAN &f CO would
NE OTICE is hereby given, that the respe..fully solicit consignmentis of' Lethsr ad l
subscriber has been duly appointed guardian Shoes. Their extensive acquaintance witis the
SAMUEL o LARK. Sotithern and Weestern Shoe Dealers, and 'ieir de-
of Charlestown, in the county of Middlesex, a In- termination to use their utmost exertions ttplease,
natse addatacsd peaon and has taken upo i- il, they o enable them to give satisctio to
self than t ta-t by giving bh n aundsre asaI directs, their yn-ildo. and inste re thmelinthn patsoage of
said Clam-k, are required to exsiibit tluo saue ii pdai
all persons indentie to the sal estate, nre called b' C1 HALL,
upon to make payment to Ja. 34, dr oad-sreet, in Chambers ove-r .eesires.
l a VER HOLDEN, Gaard"an. Holmes & Eustis.
t arlestownd October 9, 1 82 1. t l0AS for sale, received by the Loindon Packet,
wiksc iAH fSvy W t o bn D- 'L srom London-elegant London Cloths, K er-
1n pLOYMEN or five o sir ood Iron Fil- t t seymeres, Vestings. ke. &c. Also-an invoice of
Ea tesid Turner, mla y bt e obtai erod on plilca, loks,latest Losindon editions. Gentlemer n wishing
tA treoy tle peiine LTrdoeNClothi a d nershymJOSE es of a suimperior
tion to "OLBI K F. BORM N l, No. 1O, Cen- .od
t"s'tI CEreet. octh reisch.tv sie it call th oeamiethis-in.


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: M[SCEJLLANY.,

.taisaca nsett Ge ieralHospital.
ON the 1st September, the Trustees
", 'of the Massachusetts General Hos-
pital, announced that this Hospital, in
Boston, was open for the reception of
Patients, since which time several per-
sols ,have been admitted, who are sensi-
bl y experiencing, the decidedly great
advantages it offers.
[The following account of this intef-
estirtg Institution is extracted from
The J,'eu'-Eng'land Journal of Medi-
cini and Surgery," just published; and
wae earnestly invite the attention of our
i-eaders to it; and also request, that
they would visit this Hospital, and judge
fo4t themselves, of the numerous ar-
ra Igemenlt made therein for the comfort
an( convenience of the sick, and tlhosei
requiring surgical aid.]
: "The necessity and utility of this institu,1
.tlon must bhe obvious to all. In populous
places, there abe alia ys,besides their own in-
habitants, a great ntupber 'of 'persons, stran-
gers or visitors from other towns who, when
attacked itih sickness or ldiseie, cianno tbe
pro erly attended at their ordinary abodie's.
Mlanyperish for want of, good nursing, free
air, and regular medical attendance : ind a-
mo'ng these are often very actrie and useful
members of society. Numerous are the eases'
of illness, in which the patient might be savy-
ed by transferring, him from 'a noisy, dirty,
confined room, to a large, clean, well ventA-
lated chamber. Suppo.s, for example, a ia-
boring man, the father of a family,, attacked
with a febrile or inflammatory disease : and
placed in small and low room, with scarcely
a window, his bed surrounded by children,
his wife dividing her attention between hern
sick husband and. lier suffering family. Let
a poor man, thus situated,; be carried to a
large and well ventilated apartment, where,
the utmost neatness and tranquillity are found,
'rnd persons.are provided to devote'their at-
iention wholly to theJ/wants of the sick than.
Tlhuse, who are, accustomed to good houses,
and to receive all the attentions they require,
can scarcely imagine how great would be the
importance and the comfort of such a change.
'The same remarks mayj be applied with e-
quidl propriety to laboring men, who meet
with accidents and injuries to which they
ate so much exposed. Another class of per-
soMis, who may, derive benefit from this insti-
tution, consists of domestics, especially fe-
m-,les. When people of this d scription are
ii.tledtl by disease," the circumstances ol the
family in which they live, often render it im.
practicable fur tem to receive thlie attentions
.they require at home. It becomes necessa-
ry to send them elsewhere, to places where
they are poorly provide,' and attended. O'
iCtlie benevolence of the heads of the fam.
.ly induces them to retain the sick person, it
1' z" .IC Ii tirdi of o i s ei in thle ,ine hlou-e,
-nd-flie arr..,atlsnA -F:at' si -' i t ,>-n _
Slahmenit.
"Another.and not less important set ofcases
for the Huospital is that of persons in lowt cir-
cumstances, affected with diseases which re-
quire great surgical operations. Suchas these
cannot afford to pay for the sufficient attend-
ance of a surgeon; nor if they could, do
their accommodations render it possible to
ntpdertake an afair of so great consequence
to them, with all.the conveniences wanted.
Persons thus unfortunate, who go into the
Hospital, there obtain every assistance which
would be had by the wealthiest individuals ;
skilful surgeons, who are responsible to the
public as well as the patient, for the exertion
of the best of their knowledge; airy rooms;
good nurses and a house physicians and sur-
geon always at hand, in case of sudden acci-
dents. Sick strangers also, whether rich or
poor, would be better placed in our Hospital
than in any private boardinghouses : for its
plan is such as to admit those who desire, to
rooms appropriated to a single person. The
situation of the funds does not at present.
allow the admission of persons altogether
gratuitously. They or their friends are ex-
pected to pay something for their board :
but the medicines and attendance, &c. are
given to them : and it is hoped tiat the State
Legislattme will' soon place the Institution in
a condition to receive patients who are unable
to make any compensation.
ThIe HosrItTAL is situated at the western
part of Boston on a small eminence, forming
part of the banks of Charles River or bay.' It
is so placed that it must be forever open and
accessible to the air from the south, west,and
east; and on the north 'there is a consideia-
ble space between it and the nearest build-
ings. No Ilace could better adapted for,
such an establishment, whether, for its salu-
brityv o beauty. The opening to tie west
affords an extensive view of the bay, the wa-
ters of which wash the grounds of the Hos-
pital; and.beyond the water appear the cul-
tivated hills with wichl Boston is surrounded.
The edifice is constructed of the finest
white granite. It consists of a central pa t and
two wings, one of which is not yet complet-
ed interiorlv. The central part contains the
.rooms of the superintendent, the apotheca-
ries department, the kitchen; and in the up-
per part, the operating theatre. It is sur-
mounted by a dome which corresponds with
the ceiling of the theatre. The wings are
divided into apartments for patients, some
small and some large, all of them well ven-
tillated; those for females being placed in
the upper parts of the building. The stair-
cases and entries are of stone, laid in the
most secure and durable manner, between
brick walls on each side; so that there are
four brick walls running from the bottom to
the top in such a manner as to prevent the
extension of fire from one part to anoth-
er. The attention and ingenuity of the Trus-
tees have introduced all the best improve-
ments seen in such edifices in England. Wa-
ter is .supplied from a reservoir which re-
ceives the rain from the roof, and is also con-
nected'with a forcing ptimp to bring water
from the cellar, when the cold might render
it unsafe to retain it in the reservoir, and it
is thence conveyed by pipes td all paits of
the building where it is required. These
pipes pass by the side'of fittes, which convey
hot air, and thus are not exposed to the ef-
fects of the cold. The apartments are sup.
plied with heat by flues from fitrnaces in the
cellar, in such manner as to keep them of
an uniform temperature, and to remove the
inconvenience and dangers which arise from
fire-places in the rooms of thie patients. The
sourcesabove mentioned afford every conven-
ence for the use of water closets and of


warm.baths; and the proximity tod ei el r diver4 mint. ADarisPam. ce
presents a fine opportunity for sea-water ec being assigned bv lot. That the work in general w
Natling. very excellent, and that they have fonind great difilemlty i.
he rtr o raih as-. ben co...Ift- awardion the premiums ,They consider the Iloughiiknot
S.furniture,so far as it has been collect Mesrs. urtis and Williamsi a rather the beit, but being
ed, corresponds with the neatness and con- boundby their rules nil regulations to consider not only
venience of the apartments. The beds and Ile extelleice or the work, hbt the economy of thabr an
connected.. ith them'- -re 'welastheitime emnployediand consideringiltiathboibNessm.
accommodations connected with them are CurtisandWiliams,each had two'yoke ,ofoxen andsidri-
eqUtal to those of good private houses. The Ter.and that-Mr.f Dudley had only oide yoke of oxien and no
liberality of various.individuals has contribut- s ad as consi edring the eellence ohis cttle;
ea much to promote the designs of the True- goodrnessofrhis labor..they have been induced to award
tees in this part of their arrangements. Va- To Mr. Silai Dudley, of
rgou4 individuals, who were unable, to give utton,thefirstpreminU, D asenaer ofttploug.
money to the Hospital, have given such arti- D4;.asmdriuer.
cles of furniture as their particular occupa. To Mr.CurtisofRoxbury, .
.on allowed. sdprem. 12 1Di.iasownerofthe ploutghi
ion allowed. ToNelson Marvel, a 6De.asplouglhtan.
"'The grounds belonging tothe Hospital are To---Moalton, 3 -Dia. as driver.
fidt yet brought into order. It is the inte.n- To r.eAarep D. Williamas Di. saowner of the loug
tion of those who manage.its concerns, to lay To David Morrison; 4 DiA as ploughman.
out the fine area in front of the edifice, in gar- To Abijah Seaver, ..D.i. asidriver.
" h" "g --s T~ieynaagreatpleisnre i observing that al tIneteams
dens and walks for the health and .pleasure re ry fine andrutider excellenent anagemient.
of the invalids as well ias to complete the E..IE sRSY DERBY C.hairirans
beauty and magnificence.of the establishment. Brghton. Odt. 11,. 2.
'Another branch ordepartment of the Mas- SEVENT REPORT
sadhitsetts Gene-ral Hospital, under the di- The Committee on WoT'king OxenR consisting of
section of the same Trustees, is the Asturm Messrs. John Welles, Samuel G. Derby, and
roa Tga' INssAN. 'This is placed on the op- Elijah Perry, REPORT,
posite bank of the river, so as to be out of Th t they te been m gratified to fnd iat the e
the nToise of the town, and yet within half a comiragement given by the Society has had go beneficial at
mile's distance. The Asylum consists of three effethow of ork Ca tis year erainly
buildings, one of which, le the centre, is oc- period to any tbiathave preceded it.. levenynkeof Work-
cpied for the apartments of the superinten- ing Cattlewereenteredto contest for theWr iums and, if
1". .. .i'the:advantages of rsmeietit-on and eaireeient needed illus-.
dent; and the others, placed onh each side, nation, it Wuuld reeive altditional force ,'rom this pat of
are one for male, the other for female pa- thelh eibition. .+ .
connected -'th the -etre 1eTh eatnte werein general well aade and well matchedel
Ittents.Teyareconnectedwtte ofgreatmpower and dociliTt, andi their triintit superior to
building by covered passages. The groundA g wa, lias been before presented to the view of tlhe Society.
are extensive, and sloipe gently from the os- tn ichisand es
in the soxteam, there is more attention utiedll in our farm-
pital, which is on hill, to the water. These ern, Severalownerof osen weatofromtoedmsie ibon sati.
grounds are laid out in gardens, which con- fled thattheir cattle we.reioto w.eletrpined imihisparties.
tain various arrangements for the execis i ttheose ifcil o iteehat.i i feels stronac-
and alamusement of the patients. 'There are assursnce, from theh2pp)ars0c6 of~teh ysusgstockexhibW
probably few instances of a public estab lish- e ca.that nen i our tri-o
ment so conveniently and beautifully placed. cattle more desuering of eneauragetenit tIl more e'domo-
The Asylum has been open for two years, anid ive ef the best intereiss of the coitry.
te av e e x eted f romi it have been e t el xniatnohe wling and
the advantages expet soiech test ortheir power ainid:trainig as tauld beJdis, the
realized.' Comniitee awarded as follodWs:
,,TA*. ..m .1*:''. :. + *i, n:nn th1 To Daridi Puioarni'f S Uttbi;lIst-pttcmiimil ,
The difficulties in the formation of these isif stt,
expensive establishments have not been in- To David,mth, Jr. of walh:u, thp23d teprfiaitin.
considerable. In our.. country, little is to be ToJo^lm Atkins, of Natick, list .Jith "Ii 6
expect ted for such works from the govern- TbJonLath anL. S of. olt6io, Fiit do. ir .
exbrec T tlerina -Davs, of Ox de, the do10
mernt; ast. of course, the burden falls on in- Tld fourthiureninrtawas divided from the generel eir-
dividuals. T"he contribute tions hich have cintistanceiofequalityintliemiisds of leConimiitte'. hlie
UV alS nhe contIDUtons ....SBill ;emik was ricliy,.Iperiled. by .Mr. Davis, fisr lrsi
been m.ldefor these objects are highly hon- Sjeers onlys.3yearso li, which di soivred oiwant'ofpoiwes-
:.rable to the country. More than' an hun-: in th6e ussl movernr.ntd of itloadand Waggo6i'syeighiiig
dred and twenty, thousand dollars in money r ah'i 0,sri.m ,r .e 'n-Wcrl.i. ,a ,'n"h'iv.: a raiflle ..
have been raised by 'private subscriptions ; tionhofh oii<.'vi nhmic ..,, id- .u.tt'r,n' lofileAit- .
,. ., P .' thlt.arR --I J lla.. rUlhl t O.r l tijc m the prtrT.ll.rli klIllrh i.U11 'I.rn0 IOd t no
an individual gave twenty thouitafid dollars,t i severaligra jde mif Wotpring Oxteii.. f.l. '
three others gave each five thousand, anti a Tle ]tilityofte Ox.team, Its adiiatio to the nature
society gave, fromtheir fun, five thousand slid condition of our soahn ild to heaiesete f sprint, said
dollars. The State government have not bden belief thatit must bel use in leo'2Englsnt altoltiher.-
wanting in liberality. They gave property Thliearei.hlweve,oier atdveryeirpbrtant'ebnsdAlion-
worthnea, r..i f "thousand dollars- .besides A judiLeious former may make ais: teaowvtryj'ear f in'-..
worth near fifty thousand dollar .eses ersedvalue by their growth and training; and in east- of
some valuable privileges. The labor of em- mostoftuheaccidentsthateaniefalthem. the.earease is o
in .t f e. nd, in -- twr institu nearly full.value..It is.noitio With the Horseeteamn, And
playing these fends, in rii ( Insttu ,nticonsidered that; froitlhe'useand mtnipliaiimmli
tions, both "I them novel in this State, has ol this animal, one of the- greatest slalie ariticleis of iur
t'Nlen on a few, benevolent and public-.spirited coptry is enlarged, the-motive become ims '. ,.
l-bo r. f or a the ilflcaee' ofthe Societyimivolves'th t cI'..4 "11,
gentlemen, who have feely labore for a Itmaylsaidth'th thesfietsayre'knosn iu our i.I.sril)
number ofyears, with indefAnigable perseve- gent farmers; ntlit is a mspreeot.regr that a great ini'
rance, until iheir works have been crowned mus lessen tho means i oTi pio-rf so ur ietreaskin phpula-
by a successful terminiation." tioffindthus becomesap iile.'evil.
".The expense of erecting the dilTerent edi- Biit your Committee c sider that the lsincihalm if not
Tuhe .uinc are th'olaly objtittnn to. the Ox-teain, its 'wint oi1 seed, may
fices ha; been so great, tl.at the t nd aire hmsitlcotrettedi iitihe.ntaiesitig, sIntheyare happy to
not sufficient to provide, at present, for the sqec'intheattlecxlexiitedthis year miiugi ieicouiragc tile
g itous .on patients. Patients, epecaton. TIe motives t'r the u i ires
'"u .... .r "Fc. t t, i,;.es an a r U -ll fj fittd 'e 'bt- e cis ng so deeply ,oth irii.
TIfrefre, '-e_e.xpected to '-ive qeouril,' for miLIlur.laiu sl et-tt .or Cothmitfe.,sniot
thie payment of1 theii board-, whls.f fI r e siua si s iand
from six to three dollars per week for th ew Eng lanf Per rer ia t heC a esite,
-rm", g Per 6rder'of the cemlid msittee,
present; and to determine whether they are JOHN WELLES, Chairman.
proper sutbjects, they are previously examine. The secoindprbmitni lels iar vas r'led toSilas idTl-
ed by the Physician or Surgeor., and receive leiy, and .would ander other eircinnsitances have been well
his certificate ti that effect. deserved. could not consiseritly iv;th tle trles ot ftIe Socir
ty be pa id, as ihesame cattlec liad received a premiium or
To decide on applications a visiting ,COm- tle Society at as exhibition in apreceding year. This fhe
mkinee sit once a week, on Thursdays, in the 4dtuinknownat thetime, Thih regulatsiois importantivi
afternoon. Beside, the p of the H thiew mo"the Trutstee it p.oducing a more extensive and
afternoon. Beside the patients of the Hos- beneficial competition. If has been provided for inrtheir
pital, the Physician and Surgeon give advice advertisement of premiums, and as they thought was fhlly
to out-patietsthree ties a week. The phy- understoodbythe public -
sician on Thursdays at 12 o'clock \the sur-
geon on Tuesdays and Fridays at 12; and MISTAKE CORnCTED.-The Editor of th6e
the latter day is more especially devoted to cenrtine is requested tl state that the Grass
those affected with disorders of the ,eyes. Bonnets in imitation of Leghorn and which
These patients receive medicine gratuitously Obtained prizes this yea- at Bri.thton, were
from the hospital. wrought by Misses L. & H. MasstrAr.z, and
from there aresix consulting physicians and Mrs. MAir Bnows, of Tewksburvy. Also thai
surgeons, for the whole institution. The the Damask that obtained.a prize of five dol.
Hospital has besides, one acting physician, lars was inideby Mrs. NAostr y. KITmsIDG
one surgeon and: a house apothecary, who is of Tewksbury. Those lauies deserve praise.
also a physician. The asyum ahas one phy. as well as prizes. If Americati Grass Bonnets
sician, who is eals. superintendent were substituted for Leghorn, it would save to
sic ons i physicians ae Isaac Rand, our country according to a Matement in Nilef
M. D; David Townsend, ,l.. D..; James Register,; tro inltons of dollars annually, and
Mann, M. D.; Thomas Welshi, M. D. ; do that which is of higher value, reward in.
Aaron Dexter, M. D.; William Spooner, dustry and promote virtue.
M.D. ", 4
clingg Phsician.-James Jackson, M. D FOREIGN ARTICLES.
Acting Surgeon.-John.C. Warren, M. I.
Hotise .iaIothecady.-Joshua Gre-n, M. D. FRiAVCE. AniS, aUo. 30, 1821.
Supe inedviint.-Mr. Nathaniel Flether. A N animated correspondence is kept up
Physician and Superintendent of the Aosy. L between the Cabinets of Vienna and Lon-
Itm.-Rufus Wyman, M. D. don. [Probably respectir.g the King's visit to
GoVernment of the Corporatidn of the .Massa. Germany.] A Congress, it is expected, wilt
S chusetts Gensral Hospital be held at Presburg in October, at which
His Honor William Phillips, Esq. President. Ministers will be convened from Russia, Fng.
James Perkins, Esq. Vice-Fresident. land, Prussia, France, and Austria, and to'
Trustees. -Joseph May, Daniel Sargent, Jo- which the Porte will be invited to send a Plen-
seph Head, Eben. Francis, Jonathan Phillips, ipotentiary.
John Belknap, Joseph Coolidge, Richard Sul- Notwithstanding the inftumerable oretons
livan, Gamaliel Bradford, Samuel Appleton, which have been circulated in the Gazettes,
Daniel P. Parker, Thomas W. Ward, ESq'rs. of the demands of Russia osr the Porte, we
Nathaniel P. Russell, Esq. Treasurer. are assured, that the Emperor AiLZXANnDn
Henry Codmi.n, Esq. Secretaryy" limits them to the strict observance of the
; yTreaties of 1774, 1792, and 1812.-No hostile
Smong those. whue philantliropy lias led them to great sentiment is expressed but he insists that an
efr-ts in fvoterof this benevolent institution, the name of
one, who is no more, may propery he mentioned. James end shall be put to te persecution of the in-
PrinceEsq. held thte responsible and laborious office of nocent Greeks. It is well known, that Rue.
T*esurer, from the formation ofthe plan of the hospital
until the preselityear.. Hisearesaudaassiduity,in colleting sis disapproved of the insurrection in Greece,
thisunms subscribed, attracted the' notice of all concerned and consequently has no desire to restrain the
in the success of this establishment; as it eatdvaneed" hef Porte from punishing rebels'and transgress.
never intermitted his labours, and at a time, when the diffi-
cultyforwantof T'undstwas such, as to check the advance. sors of its laws.- Jorfitteur.
ment of the works, and to threaten a long delay, his inge- .
asnity and industry pt'sduced adequate sources of sauliny,
and afforded t e trustees those means of executing their GERM.4f. sTu an, Aro. 25.
plans Helived longenourh to see that hisexertions would The answer of the Turkish Divan to the
not he in vain, and while illy engaged in promotin and Russian eclration is now pretty well known
directing stie execution of various erts of this greatde.p
sign .hewastakentosanother existence, to be reswared, as In consequence DAiSti (who was reported to
we humbly hope, for his labours toward the relief of his have been masacred) and VAstinor, have been
fellow beings. us this -ste of trial and sofferiog.
It wil not be thought improper to mention the names of released from prison and been sent into Asia,
the foltowint indiviMials also, since they are no more. from whence they will speedily be recalled.
seamute EotEsq.eqethedso fo dollate s to ahetd The sequestration of the Russian ships has
r$. "Tlionas Omver shquelh'sd thereversion of a valua been taken off; and promises have b'cengiven
ble estate, supposed worth 2o,ioo diili s. that the troops which have been marched into
Mr. Beza i'kuckerdevised a house Worth 7,000 dollar,. Wallacia and Moldavia, in violation of the
A 'gicul+tal Sociey. treaty of 1812, will be withdrawn; and fur-
Massachusetts Agricultutal ciety. er that the Greeks shall not be made the
----- FICIAL REPOR.T -r subjects of persecution on account of their
1OFFICIAL LE SHOW--RT religion. ThePorte insists in its answer, that
Of the BRhGHTO J iT. ,OW--I. tie punishments inflicted on the Greeks was
SIXTH REPORT; in consequence of their having been proved
Th'le Committee upon the Ploughirg Mtch, con- to be rebels, not as Christians.
listing of E. Hersy Derby, Chairman, Isaae -
Davet1port, Sila. Gates and Patti Upton, Etsqrs. PROM THE PACIFIC.
ask leave to REPORT Var.easo, JULE 14. The armistice be'.
r'HATaplieeeofgrenswardlandwssdivildedintolatsof tween the Viceroy of Peru and Gen. SA.u
.n a q,,rter of annacre each, that there ware several com*ea.
eiters viz.-Si Dudley, one parofciattle.himselbomh MAnTTI, has been twice renewed.-A plan
slouglnan and .d'er--hime cmpimyed 4 miUrter. LeBss of permanent pacification has been proposed
.ly, er pairJ"eph oCartl twhm ,.ii'ot eatosehwithNel od r by SAX Maxr ; but has not yet been defi-
r" ',ihmian,and"Moulroun,driver-55sminutes. nitely replied to by the Viceroy. M.t'rnie
Samuel Ward, one pair of ettle, Clark Jenney, ,lot.' propses, 1st, Tht Callao shall be garrison-
uius, twoairof ctt, Did Mrniso',plig r cd ed by 800 patriot troops.-2d, That nif the
a ti>h Scarer, driver-OS elites. Jonas D.yL one pro te of the mines of Psaco, shall pssi ti
p.air of' o1.0tje,~muelSibiley, plouglbtnaa, Jeiry I., Batch rdc













the Chli!;an governmnent.--Gd, That quir.pos- ment of the Queen, after a s!eormy sitting iof
session shill be guaranteed of all l ,ic places 14 days, 'gave a verdict of ',anslaiiffhter a-
oet tie coast of. Pert, no'w occupied by thle I enioet the n"oficers nil mes of the first retIment.
Patriots; and, lastly, that Calo T be of Life Guardas ho ere on uty the day
made a free port. On the other hand, that Honey was killed." The. Coroner, in sam-
the other Peruvian places shall be guaranteed'! ming up the evidence to the jury, remarked,
to the Vicertv; Thatno men ofwar shall en. that if the jittr did their duty as Me, hae hadit
ter tile port of altao ; and that all Ihc dit- no hesItation in saying, that thLir verdict
tills of impost in Pertl, &o. shall be collected would be "Justifiable homicide."
bY thie Viceroy,. Its addition, it Ihat been pro- TIE EISON'S t'rseTR. TMahIr ItrtAlnA. -
p'osi' t& extend the armistice for 18 months, The royal squad-o-s left Ireland the 6th
and that two D)eputatioils be sent to Spain, and it was not until thie llh that they arri-
to consult with the King and Cortes on the red in Milford Roads.-It was thought, that
future late of thle Vice-kingdlom. the succession of gales and head windsawhich
Thie Caravan, of Providence, with rice, the King had met with, would induce him to
the Galen, of -B'astont, with flour, and three disembark att Milford, cod travel by land to
Britishl flour ships are waiting to enter Cal- L.ondon; but we [Courier] learn," that his
lao." Majesty is so well pleased with the zeal and
activity of the officers of the whole squadron,
LATEST FROM EUROPE. that he is determined to give the naval ser-
vice an additional proof of his confidence in


[By the e.--ildes, Cobb,, artvedfin .,m.-Fork,
'Jfrom Livepool. London dates to Sept, 14.]
FItA.1 CE. PAnRs, SEPT. 10, 1821.
RUSSIANS AND TURKS.
WTE [.V ontitetur] have received an article
from Frankfort, of the 5th, stating that
the Russians had passed the Piruth; hut that
their presence on the Turkish territory would
be no interruption to the existing amicable
relations between the Continental Powers.
A Declaration is shortly expected, on the
part of the Russian Cabinet, declaring, that
a'ie operations of t fhe Russiaui army in Turkey,
have the same object in vite- as the occupation
of Naples by the.lustrian army.
Avassvno, [Bavaria] SrPT. 5. A courier
which arrived here to day, informs, that on
the receipt cf an estafitte at the H. Q. of the
Russian armies, under SACKE atnd WVITTG.-
S"iN-o, both armies were put in full movement.

Loniioj', SErT, 15. We have advices from
Smyrnato a late date. The Grecian and
Turkish fleets were then lying in sight cf
each other'off Stanchio ftit the Grecian Arch.i
pelago, about 12 vi7le.e .from the lsiatic conti-
nent,] and neither appeared inclined to com-
mence tin engagement. The Greek fleet
contained over 100 sail, mostly armed mer-
chantmen ; t.he Turkish not so numerous,
but may.of their vessels are ships ofthe line.
Jti .reported, that the Turks-have publish-
ed aProclamation, granting a free pardon to
ill the Greeks Wsv will return to their alle-
giance in three months.
GRE.4T 7.AVAL BATTLE.
PARIts, SPTr. 8. We have information,
that the Turkish fleet, with Asiatic troops on
board, after making an unsuccessful attack_
on Samos, on their retiring, on the 24th June,
and when within sight of Samos, they were at-
tacked by one hundred sail of Greeian ves-
sels; who directed their principal efforts
against the centre" of the Turkish fleet, ani
succeeded, to set fire to and destroy eight
vessels, by throwing fire balls into tliem. The
account adds, that the Greeks captured four
other,vessels, and sunk others, and that the
rest sought safety in flight. The Turkish
fleet consisted of four sail of the line, nine
frigates, five corvettes, and about 40 sail of
transports. CaRs. AL, the Turkish Admiral,
'swas said to be among llie prisoners.

CoXSTArIN.opts, AVU. 10. Advices have
been received from the .Moret, and Livadia,
whieh inform that the insurgents have been
: :riven from most ofthe districts orthese pro-
vinces,' and that- the Speecdy restoration of
tranquillity was expected.

JU rSL. EMAPIE. olEssA, AvTe. 17.
IThe Baron STRocorovr, out, late Minister
to the Porte, arrived here th'e 13th inst. and
will perform a tquarantine of 16 days, We
.:,r- n.ot w1'i 3 to be his successor at Con-
stairmnopl- bust thoe le ..,h11 *a. no. fth.,
e-.neIl.-ntr.. 'r., Ftr l i''lr his composition,
-thn thle re-ri;ng H tlipir.
Onoss,, AuG. 14. ft is the general-opinion
here, that hostilities with Turkey cannot be
avoided ; and the Declaration 6f War by our
Aiugust Sovereign is daily expected.

Loxnox, SeTr. 14 Notwithstanding the
particular information given in the papers of
the arrival of the Russian Minister to the
BPtrte, at Odessa, the last letters from Con-
&tantinople say, that he still remained in .tlhe
Bay of Constantinople, waiting for orders
from Petershti.gh..
Artostnuaou, SEPT. 2. 'The'RtlssIan Minis-
teir not being authorized to receive the tardy
reply of the Turkish Divan, the British
Minister undertook to send it to Petcrsburg'h,
addressed to the British Minister; and tihe
Porte also despatched a duplicate to the Rus-
sian C ibinet, with fresh complaints against
Baron DE STrbtosorofr. The answer of the
Porte is said to be couched in very energetic
terms. -
PAlIS, SEPT. 8. No body here believes
that Peace will be preserved between Russia
and thel'orte; or that ALEXANDERt will let
slip the present auspicious opportunity 0to
make himself master of Constantinople and
EuropeanT'urkey. Every man in Russia rai-
ses his voice for war; and AL:xANDEat Itnows
that nothing will still the cry but the uncotn-
ditional submission of the Porte to his de-
mands, or war.
PARTs, SrPT. 10. We have received one
pacific article of news, which is a confirma-
tion of the fact, that the Russian vessels plac-
ed in arrest, have been released, and thel
passage of the Dardanelles again restored to-
them.
FnA3t.ronT, SEPT. 4. We are authorized
to say, that tht' Emperor AITx;,nBt;, faith-
fui to his vo.vs, willtake no decisive step in-
vosing war with Turkey, until line has con-
silted all his great Allies ; and to ascertain ,
their opinion he has sent Ministers to all the
five Courts. Itn the mean time the Russian
armies are continually concentrating and in-'
creasing. --
LOsaDON, SEPT. 13. The Paris letters in.-
sist on it that the late journey of the Duke of
WVEL.t:trTO. to that city, was to engage
France to unite in a league 'with England,
to oppose the ambitious projects of the Em-
peror ALEXANDER :-That he offered, on tlhe
part-of England, to consent to the extension
of the limits of France, and to restore to her
the Isle of France, and one or two West-In-
dia colonies, if she would agree to raise a
large army tq cooperate with a larne British
fleet in the Baltic ana Mediterranean :-That
.the Frenchi Minister of War had replied, that
it was impossible to raise the army contem-
plated withoutemployi ngBuonapartists,which
would endanger the Biurbon dynasty, and
that F'rance declined making a part of the
leagtte; and that the Duke of WV. retttrned
to England much disappointed. All this is
very easily written, but it is as easy to see
that the person who could disclose these
facts, if they existed, would be the last man
to whom they ought to be intrusted.

SPTlLV. "ofADnrn, Ave..26.
Thie Commissioners from Terra Firmi have
receive theie ti passports to leave Spain.
Thei-r tay it Mad'id could not be justified
on any principle' of policy.

tENGLISI AFFAIRS.
I.ODO SEer. 12-15, 1821.
1The Coroner's Inquest in the case of Honey,
iled in the mob-proceedings at the inter.


them, by adhering to his determinatnn ot
making the passage b3 sea, as lnng as any
hope remained of' the ships' being able to
beat round.
Loan WELLINr'roN.--.The opposition pa-
pers havecirculated a report, that a son of
Marshal NEY had sent a challenge to the no-
ble Duke while in Paris, and that his Grace
was.compelled to take some pains to avid
being insulted by the young man.-The Duke
under his own signature, has declared "the
whole statement to be false."
CoOUs BEHT'RANtD.-Thlis faithful compan-
ion of BUONAPARTE has been summoned to
appear at the Bow-street office, to answer to
a charge made against him by Dr. Batror,
of secreting a bust of his Naster, the proper-
ty of the Doctor--The" Count declared, that
thie bust in question, bel-nged to IBOOA-
PAIttr's filamily, and tlhe case was dismissed.


ITlAiVtyST PnosPECTS.-The harvest news
from Ireland is alarming. New wheats
have been limited at 30s. tor the best, and
middlings at 27's. and 28s. Most of the wheats
sold were more or less damaged by the rains.
In Leicester, where wheat was sold in Au-
gust for 70s. the price the 8th inst. was 82s,.
A probability exists, that the average price
of wheat will be such at the return of the
next quarter, as to allow the ports to be open-
esl for the introduction of foreign grain, &c.
Corn Exchange, Sept. 14. The weather
lhas become so very alarming for the unhous-
ed crops, thac sales of fine wheats-of which
there was very'little nt market-were readily
sold this morning at an advance of full 20N.
per quarter (8 bushels) on Wednesday's
prices.
The late heavy rains have been more inju-
rious on the Contirent than here. The dtam-
age done in the vicinity of the Rhine by in-
undations exceeds that of 1817.

77ie King and the Coal Ifeaver. After the
grand procession on Friday last, his Majesty
left the Castle of Dublin, for the Lodge in
the Park, in his private carriage, which went
ata slow rate, allowting every ontte to come
quite cl6se who pleased. In Parliament
street, the King's attention was attracted by
a Coal heaver, who God blessed his Af.ijesty,
and asked leave to touch him with his filln-
gers, when the King with the greatest good
humour, said, "My honest fellow, here is nmy
hand," and gave the black paw that was pre-
sented a right hearty shake. The man was
allamazement at thle Royal condescension,
and again blessing his Ma.jesty, held up his
hand, and looking at it with extacy, exclaim-
ed, Well, by all the Powers, you shall nev--
er be washed so long as. I live !" Dublin pap.

1 he Turkish government bas given leave
to all vessels laden with grain
.D.d,.ustelies, 6i givig-e anuls notto land their
cargoes in the Archipelago.


BY THE MAILS.

EAST FLOR-ID.,.
ST. AuosrTlN'E, SxT. 22. The day after
we suffered so severely from the depreda-
tions of one element, we were visited by
another in its most dreadful shape. The large
barrack in the centre of our Plaza was
discovered to be on fire, and that no.efforts
could preserve it. Fortunately the wind was
in a direction which enabled those collected
at the fire, fo prescribe limits to its destruc-
tion.-The barrack was old, and would have
required 25,000 dollars to have made it fit to
be used. Great gratitude is dite to Col.
BiOOKEs, Capt. KEA'RNEY, Capt. RArAG.:, and
to the other officers and-men ofthe regiment,
and of the Enterpr-ize and Porpoise, vessels (,f
war, for their perseveringexertions 6n this oc-
casion. -- e--
FEJVV.SYLt. rmtlAntLir'iA, OCT. 22.
The King of Sweden, as, a mark of his
high approbation of the conduct of M. de
Kelltzow, late Minister to the United/ States,
has conferred upon him the rank and title of
Baron of the Kingdom. ,.

Gen. Barnard, C61 'I otten, Capt. Poussin,
and some other Gentlemen of the U. S.
corps of Engihteers, have passed through Lex-
intgton on their way to make surveys of the
Mississipi and Ohio rivers. An lappropria-
tion for this purpose was made at the last
session of Congress. .

In a Court, held in Pensacola, Governor
JACKSoN- made the following remark :-
"I am clothlied with powers Ithat no one under
a repbli c ought to possess, andl which I trust will
never again lie given to any man-nothing will al-
ford me more happiness than to lea.'sn that 'on-
gress in its wisdiloi shall have distributed then
properly and in such a manner as is conson.nt to
our earliest anti dearest impressions. Yet a 1 liohl
. those powers lby the antlinrity of tii ant of Congress
ard commissions from thle Presidment of the UnitedI
States, it therefore tiectuonis st, illt lriO duty to
discharged the sacred tit.at repoitsed in me, e rtili
to. my best abilities; even though the propel, x-
eMlise of the powers given, might involve me in
heavy personal responsibilities. It htas beeia mvy
fortune to ber tlhu eirumstanecd on otler oecasio s
in my various relationships as I public servaint, set I
neve have ad never will.ishri!k tror-n thie (liscli'rm'ge
of my public dul]tuies from anyv ainrelicnainn oi' j.-1,


tor broad and dashing colors, with Smollet-
And for invention asnd amours. with Boccaeio.
Its beauties, we think, redeem its sins against
modesty; but its character should always
batish "it from our parlors. Without being'
as "infernal in wickedness"-as Blackwood's
Magazine charges him, his Lordship has very
little claim to the title of a Moralist.

arrivall froin Liverpool.
NEW-YORK, OrT. 24. By the Itercules,
from Liverpool, we have information of a
very great rise in the price of flour in Eng-
'land, owing to the prospects of a failure of
the crops from the succession of heavy rains
for a week. In consequence of the knowl-
edge of this advance of price, the passengers
in thle Hercules were very anxious to get on
shore to inform their.correspondents, and to
make speculations before the information be-
came general. One gentleman got the start
by several hours,'and was in season to des-
patch letters by the southern mail, yesterday.
The passengers say, it was the general'
opinion in Liverpool, that the ports would be
opened to the importation of grain from Can-
ada, and probably from the U. States.
Liverpool Markets, Sept. 15.-Cott6n, Ssa Isl-
and,, s '2d to a2s 3d; Gcorgia Bowes, 8j to 11 ;
N. Orleans, S to 13d ; Tennessee, to 0 ; Ashes,
Pot; 13 to S9 ; Pesrla, 38S 6d t3 30s 6d; .Rite, 30ss
6d to 35 ; Tobacco, York sl James Rivetr, 2 to
7d ; Stemniaed 3 to ; Kenttiky, 2 to 4 ; Flax-
seed for crushi'-g, 44 toi 46; Tar 13 to 15 Tir-
pentine, 10s 6d to 12a 6d ; Flour,30 to 35 ii bonid
sour do. 40 to 43,free.
From the 10di to the 1ith, the following ea'es of'
Cotton ivere nmade.-t66Oi bales Uplands, 84 to 11 d;
2'2'5) do. New Orleans, 9 to 124; 1320 do. Ten-
nessees, 8 to 94; 900 do. Sealslands, 13V to It.
') ices of Stocks-Trsitish, Setpt. 14. Three,
Per Cent. Consols, 75 6-8. French, Sept. 9. Five
Per Cents. 85f. 75e.

Extract of a letter from i l bany, dated Satt'r-
d ay, the 20th inst.
"The Committee will unanimously report
in favor of a division of the State into eight
equal Senate Districts, so that each District
will choose four Senators, and one of them
annually. Perhaps this division ofeight eqtuIal
Districts will be made permanent, and no oth-
er power vested in the Legislature except to
equalize them, but so that uontiguous territo-
ry, and the counties,'be alwa ys preserved.-
Long Island, Richmond, and New-York will
form one District and elect four Senators."


BOSTON,
SATURDAY MORNING, .OCT. 27, 1821.
,M LATEST FROM ENGLAND.
Anotlhr New.s Irk arrival has t:rought Londons drices
to the ntiliddleofSeptember-tesn days latest.
ed "' lte most interesting information receiv-
ed is, that ofthe rapid-iria.f the f:fea't.f bread
strifsy in England, occasioned by a spell of
unpropitiotts harvest weather ; and the pros-
pect, that the ports of Great Britain would
soon be open to the importation of foreign
flour, corif, &c. The previous accounts from
Entgland and the Continent gave promise. of
a fair harvest ; a.id it n-y'be that the rise re-
ported was the effect of a panic,which a week
or two of fine weather would dissipate. This
intelligence lhas given rise to numerous spec-
tlations, and tt te aaneadvance of the price of
ilour, &c. here, from 18 to 22 per cent.-
'Ihel speculators unquestionably know their
owih business best ; and we shall not intrude
our advice on thle subject. .
0'The current accottunfs of the affairs of
Rtussia and Turkey, continue to blow ahot and
cold, alternately. Some- facts, however,
seem to us to lie confirmed, namely, That
the Porte hald agreed to an Answer to the re-
quisitions of Russia, two days after the period-
prescribed for its return had expired -''has
t"his a S ;Z'. I -- 7 I. I,.5 t -
alms Anbassador consistentlV with htis instrue-
Stions ; and that he, not having received it in
the prescribed time, thought it his duty to
demand his passports, and to embark for 0-
deisra, where l h had arrived :-Tlhat the
British An'mbassador had volunteered to send
the original reply by express, to St. Peters-
burgh, and that the Turkish Sultan had sent
a duplicate of it to the same destination; and
that, notwithstanding some army movements
were spoken of, there existed no evidence
that any hostile acts had tlfken place. The
solicitude of the British Minister, and the
Porte,to make the Russian Cabinet acquaifit-
ed with the Turkish reply, is some evidence,
we think, that it was of a conciliatory nature,
and would probably be accepted by the Rus.
sian Emperor. Time sufficient had not e-
lapsed at the last dates,for the Emperor's de-
cision to be received ; the distance between
Constantinople and St. Petersburgh being
over 1200 miles, and that from St. Peters-
burgh to London, being nearly 1400. We
have stated these facts, and given all the
Eturopean accounts on the subject we have
received, that our readers may exercise their
judgment on probabilities.
.0I"But little faith can be placed hi the
we hears," that England had been trying
to induce France to unite with her in a league-
against Russia.-'There was not the smallest
indication in England of-any naval prepara-
tions for such an event.
03'Madrid accounts made it probable that
the negotiation for the acknowledgement of
the Independence of thie Colulmbian Repub-
lic, had wholly failed, and that the Republi-b
can Negotiators had obtained leave to return
home.
3'rNo events had occurred in any other
part of Euirope; of .interest. '['he British
King had not returned to Loidon thle 14th
September. lie had been buffeting he-ad
winds in the channel for several days, and
appeared determined to persevere in mak-
ing his passage by water to Plymouth.

From SMYRNA, JULy 5-direct. "Theh
Turkish fleet returned to the Dardanelles af-
ter lhavinia destroyed Ivalia, and massacred
about 700 Greeks. :hlie women they brou-htt
here, and sold thei in tiae public market
place, a t 20 a hCtead. They, however, lost a
74 gun ship* which was set fire to by- the Gre-
cian fireships.-It is said they are coming oiut
again, 50 sail strong, including gunboatss"


sonal responsibility." We understand that tlhe survey required
lby the 6th article of th(e treaty of G hient has
LITERARY. been completed last season by the comnrisa -
Thl Charleston papers of late have attract- siot superintended by Mr. UBiacRLA ; that the
ed much attention by their' erudite and' Conmissioners.of both nations agreed to meet
sprightly paragraphs. We have copied the at Utica on thfe 23d ilt. for the purpose of
following from.the City Gazette of thie 15tl comparing the results of their respective
as a sample. operations ; but that our Commissioner havy-
juing' faill'n sick, their rendezvous was differed
"Lord Iyr'.-We have perused with very atd shifted to New-Yoric, where it has pro-
uneqnal feetin"gs, the 3d.4ts and 5th Cantosof duced nothing decisive oftlse BotndaryLine,.
"Dun Juaun." Snuchrichine-sobfdesct.iption- whichh must therefore he submitted to the
such indecent cloring---sluch depth of feel- arbitration of somefiriendlysovereign.1dirone.
ing, and such unfeeling licentiousness, we trealpap)er. -
have seldom witnessed united in one mind
and one composition. His digressibns sitare- "LTOIAL RFGISTE1,.
equally rapid and entertainingI andl his re- TENNES.SEE.-IHon. Jous.- H. EAro', hIas
-mniniscences as classical as they are noble.- been reelected a Seriator of the U. S. for six
He sees, however, to affect immorsity, years.
rather than to inolill it; for you no sooner PENNSYLVANIA.-Hon. Tiro.irs M1ns-
begin to feel indignant at some loose senti- AT jJun. Representative to 17th Congress.
meant as loosely expressed,, tIlan you are im. The votes were, for Mr. Murray 5982-For
mediately hus-ried away by thd most exalted Ir Ilis i961.
or most tender train e bf images and reflec- NEW-JEISEY.-Hon. Lrwis CONicT,.
tions. The-Poem is a kitld of J no seals Representative to 17th-Congres, vice Liros,
quoi-an index nite, rambling, and facinatin, deceased.
unique which for animation may be lace MAINE.-IHon. WAr. WI At.tsoSON, is
alongside of Ariosto and Waiter Scott-for elected a Representative to the 17th. Con-.
reflection on man, in company with horace- gress.


AFAIr RS.. l. rT.rT sioner, who servedin their war of the revolution under tce
,., "- i command oif our present Chief MNagisnrate.
It appears, that the Hon. Messrs. Macdon.- inmBraimrrceonT'resuday last, Mr. Jaeo b Alhen,aged 67.
aild, Pieree, Bradburv, Poor, Witliam, Ripley, I I.ynnfield, Mis. l.sy, wisie of 'Mr. .loeph Haven.
Holland,.Tallman,tRlose, Greeni, Bond";Burn- Hawe.i,,geda3.-ruoertalthis irs atto r'elmre.
tm r i a t .~Br i e a a a r e e l e c t e d e n- I n P l y m o u t h P r i n c e a n e g r o m a n a g e d s b o i rt 7 8 y e a r s .
ham, Morrill, and O'Brien, are elected Se.na- re was one of the forty hraveoqlrteers who with l.ient.
tors ofm.,iine. Ctol. armon, in 1777 captured Gei; Pr-seott. i tihj qiltrters
Genrals I ..... .itia eenrem. v ed f-' anRhmodtIlanrd. Col. Bartrs.wsitiltseohfilenia l"ince,
General EsititCK has been removed ifrom- came to the door of the Genierals Chamber,whlich wais fat
his office of Sheriff of Penobscot county, and losee, Prince with a leaii pt ugedt hItisbed against the
"ROYAL C'ltc, Esq. appointed. door,andi knocked aout tihe iauielthromgh whieh the colonel
tor C q. ap entered.,surpriseol the Gen. in his bed.aind broughithim aund
The lon. W. U. tLrIAMixso, actin' Govy- oneofils it sa' fe to ill te mine.
ernor of Maine, las appointed the 29th of In Dr. Litiam tPhillitr sned 41.-Ir ssawing a
November, to be observed as a day of Thanks- rplered tii bloo vessel inimetliatel) was ted into his house,
giving and Praise. and was a corpse in five mimnliecs.
Igvng Laneshro'. Mr. Jonathan Pettibon", aged 96-a revo.
ltionlry wortliv.
Two thirds of the electors of Georgia have In New Bedfo, d, Mr. Peter Irotlle'ss, aged 55--Miss
voted' affainst a revision of the Constitution of In 'Bristol.R. LTCo. Peter Chrrch, aged 84;
that State "'In vmnslow,I Mslaile, Mr. toManuel Smith,sged 80, one of
The reprt ofte eturn ofGovernrJACK tr'frstsetters ofthe town.
The report of te return ofGovernr JA n New Yorkt, by fll rom a gig. while on hi, return
soN, from Florida to Tennessee, is contra- oime, Marjw Nathaniel Pendleton,a distinltished offieer of
dictedi. tite revr*liltlon, nnd nn iid to Major.-Gen. Green. He was at
M or G e n ,e r, Judgnof'oneof the Courtstf NewYork,anid. if e mistake
Major General Baows, General in Chief of omat. wa thefriend of the laimenited Hamilton.in his fital
the army, has had a severe attack of tllie pa- duelwith Co. turre.-Mr. Daniel Frazi-;r,niged 32. He feel
ralysis, at his residence at rit'ownstown "o the steeple of theRev. Dr. Mason's thlmrehand was
ralysis, (l.ikilled by ltheftiP.11
but had recovered'from it in'a good degree. In Ne-wYork, Captt. Jieel Fieid,a nmive of this state,
The Spanish Ex-Governol' CoarPIosaR Ltass end late ,re'tbiistowmlsed 28.
aThe Spanisl Ex-Gor rnor. C At Chenano CPoint. N.Y. Sett. 16it,, Capt Aaron Forbes,
arrived il New-York from Florida. aged 67, fohrm'v oet'ufleiald Mass.
-Tile Rev. Drx MASON, of New-York hvis ac- li n 'enssylviis.Judrv Foratitr.ifl ntt'Kii eomnlty. tie-
d(r m llyshol hvisisson, when w lf hnntin ,. in i( -
cepted thie superintendency of Dickinson. detail, t tlo s.o n eof l istiuprm n. flng, oin i
College. decoy wui, 6,-iWhic, theii' ler tlmnking it prioleededl fi a
Mr. CLEAVrLA-N so1 of Professor CL.V,- edl T 'hishey ostlinued untIt the ap rahed
LANr y ttil "v 0 ei-r Is Ouhe'r w io n tile n 0 t: laiiber rid 'behiidi aor.
LAD, the mineralogist, hias been appointed, a concea led) Iinmrlfith brush, wsiing the apis-oach of
by an unanimous vote of the trustees, 'Pre- the wol. having raised himself e little In see ir he was
ceptor of Dummer .qcademy-a seminary of near enough totsae s otwhen thi son seeing tile al vment,
ItoSo strong itsl nbethait rof swolf, fired, allr .tile hall limts-
learning, to .which the good and the learned sen through is father's btMy t''om tile neck to itle hiprf
master Moonr for many years gave celebrity, which lie expired immediately. The on on findingig wat
W as done. threw off' his coat nlld vesr, placed thlein under
and which could boast of a PasoPNs among Irs fiither's liesd. and started fur honie to iloen cr aid; but
its students.-Salem' Gaz. I his tsses fled blftIrehie reached his residencr, he became
I'rhe Rev. Dr. AAlION not l Vliamnl BAN.- deranged, and was found in this situation, unable to relate'
ev. [not theeart-iending tase.
citOrT, of' Worcester, is elected a Vice Presi- In Balliinore.Mr. Janes Garvin,snpposed to have for-
dent of the Antiqflarian Society., merly belonged to lortlatn. Ina llutsame apes of value,
Oohileh arein the keepingiof Mr.Thoas Stafnlbrd,of Balli-
T lIe Rev. DANSIEL, CnESEMrAN, formerly of moiee. Il
Boston, has received the unanimous invitation Iti WVashington e:ty. Sarmuel Eliot. Esq. for a number of
of the Baptist Society in Hallowell, to be- nse was Cashi erof times Vicke, Esq.t deputy Marshal.
come their pastor. of Ie U.S. for le District of Ohlio;.
Iii asawfuskie. S, C. Mr. Ephraim Pierce, aged 39, a na-
live ofihis State.
In consequence of tle late newsfrom Eng- In Ctharlestun, S. C. Dr. Gabriel Edward Desaussure,
land, Flour has risen here from 56,50 to aged 21.
In St. Louis, Misiou. Francia Carr, 9sq. aged 26, attor-
$8,00 per barrel, and corn in proportion, ny. r S Jo. righ qfor
In Upper-ranads. Seprt. 10th, Jo,. Brigham, Esq. for-
merly of Mari irough, in thit s Ssate.
noT IN" Tr COTTONl. In England, the 5Rev. VICJSS1MUS KNOX. D. 1). an
'.Aee-r.Orleans, Sept. 26. Accoulnt s from auhonm and preacher of' nitencee.-Also, tile Prince D.
every part of the State, but particularly the Cmpirehad been offered bya solemn deptation.
interior, confirm the statement that not more The deathsin New York last week were 77.-In Philmdel-
than half a crop will be made tills season. phia 79.

Boston Dispensoay.-At the Annual Meet- STOCKS, EXCAN E, &c. .
ing of the Contributors-to this eminently use- Deferred 6 Per Cents.-amt. Georgia . i a 2 "
ful charity-l he following named gentlemen doe 21,93.09 2 a North Caroiina 4,a 4
Do. do 1812 .. .. 7.18 7 .- New Orleans ... a I-1
were chosen Managers for the ensuing year : Do. do. 181.3 .8a 8 N BANK STOCK.
His Hlonor Willian P1hillips, pDi. Do .o. 14. 10 a l0o United States lla 12i
Rev. Dr. Thonmas BalflsvinaO Do. I815 lta 12.1 Masaihsettssaci t2M a 13
S "r3omas Balwin, do......... 79S a 80 t.ion ......... 7 a 8
Joseph Coolidge, Samuel Snelling, do. 180 .....8 a8 toston ......... Sa 83
Isaac Winsiow, Edw. Tuckern'an, Do. do. 1821..... 8 a 9 State ......... 64i a S
Joseph Tilden, Edw. Phips, 7 do ..... 9 a 10 New-England 16 a 6
Josep llde, EXCHANGE. Man.andMee.. 56 a 56
Samuel H. Walley, Benj. West, LondonaO days .. .9a9j Suffolk ...... 14 a 14i
Rev. Henry Ware, Thtomnas A. Dexter, Do. 6angl..is 9l%9 1 SPECIE.
Gideon Snow, Esq. was reflected Treasu- OnHollail .. .. 28 39O Prtuguese do. .2 a 3 *m "
rer. Aaron Dexter, M.D. and Wm. Spooner, Nesw York ........ par French do. t a 1 die.
M.D. were appointed, by the Managers, Con- ltimorhe a.......a di. Spanish Dollars i a pre
sulting Physicians. an:l the following named Virginia ..... I a 2 Doubloons .... 15 60 a 70
entlemenVisifitnn Phtsician;--. W 'iVph- Charleston . a I "


a.


ster, M. D. for tie Sotthern District, Chand-
ler Robbins, jr. M. ih. for the Eastern do.
Geo. B. Doane, M. D. for the Northern do.
John P. Spooner, M. D. for the Western do.
Per order,
THOMAS A. DEXTER, Sec'y.

At the Law Term of the Supreme Judi-
cial Couit at D'edham, county of Norfolk,
Jonx B. DvtiEr, Esq. of Medfield in said
county, was admitted a councellor of that
court. --
COMttUN cATrtOr.
,On Thursday last, the Society for the sup-
.ptession. ofintemperance, in Ioxiidry, held

eloquent, impressive and, instructive address,
was delivered by II:Ymtr WAuiHEs, Esq. of
thisitown.-We are happy to learn, that the
Society has requested its publication. We
tlink it would be a most useful tract for dis-
tribution. ------
CRIMES, PUNISHMENTS, &c.
Two British seamen have been committed
by JiTdlge ?Pants, of Maine, on a charge of
having" ran away with a British schooner from
Labradore.
.Melancholy. On Monday night last adwel-
ling-house and two barns, belunginsg to Mtr.
Anderson, in's-keeper, in Concord, N.H. were
destroyed hy fire. together with all the fur-
niture, books, and papers, and twenty-seven
horses belonging to thie stage company, and
travellers, several carriages, leaded wag-
gons, &Es. -Loss estimated at 60CO dollars. ,
Five dwelling-houses were destroyed by
fire, in Franklin.street, New-York, on Wed-
nesday morning last.
Robbery. On Wednesday night last, the
store cf Mr. Dudley NewhIll, in Essex-street,
was entered at the back door, with a false
key, and a considerable amount of Jewelry
was" stolen therefrom ; the key was left in the
door ; a number of watches at the window
were left; also, several silver spoons which
were in a glass c;s': a few inches from a few
silver hooks an and ri sone other arti-
cles of not much vilue which were stolen.-
Salem Gazette.
A dreadftulgale was experioneed in llie bay of St. Loui.,
[40 m n.N.E. of New Orleans] on the 15th Septi. 'tie seo1.
W shington Aildn Bagatelle were lo't. and eve-ry person on
board thle lorine, iniuitlini several ladies and ehlit lic. pas-
seaigers, were lost. MnAy oth i veL sels were si radleid.-
T'he barracks on shore were iiimuch damaged. sl Pensieo'a
six vessels. out of 13 in ort were driven on shore. Iine.
dint, ly after the gale, Il i public barracks o'i the parade,
took tire, and waere destroyed.

Correction. Lady C)clhrane Ihasearrived in England, from
Chili.- 'l'ls ecircutn sttanlc, no donbt giave rise thle late
reitprt, that her husband wisabout to reirnm home,

To ConttrESoxN])-NTs. We have been fita-
vored with several literary works, which wev
hope to have time to peruse, and room to no-
tice, as they merit. Several articles were
received too late for this day.

M1ARRIU D
In this town, on Suiday evt-ninr.r I te Rev. IMr. DDean,
31r. Wvillitam 'errylto Mis .iiiisa 'tisT .
On "Tluesday last, iy lie tie. R r. Chlrii.nin, Mr. Freder-
ict Cal ot Iito Nsiss 4itarianne- (.'hottr.
At Ituii wdfirdl's Islantil, Jlosiua Stole, to Mliss i,1lhi
Sllioner, liboth ofthiilown.
Isn oxbury, by the ev. Dr. Porter, Mr. Gei-i e (' Ii ii
to Mis ilrgalrct Gurdl-n.-liy Ili1e i .. Mr. a1lou, 2d,
.1ir.il" itrillet tBrov intso sMis Mahrtlta i'-ralt.
Il Vveym:mulil. on Sittnly evenilg lt' hy ihi, rZiv. Mr.
Pcrktins, Mr. Diniel 11Hn111t, :il, to MNS Saly 'irrcieoolh i 'f
in Hilis am. 17th inst. by thfe later. Mr. Broots. Caatt.
llli la.din tiig ti Miss L'lcisiliina lines, chel st dallighter of
ollt. Ge-a. 11,
I ti SaciiAt Mr. Thomias Symnonds, j1n. to lissi Mary
In t.ver.ly. Mr. Joinathan G. Skinner, to Miss L)dia
In South nBridgewaiter, by the iey.. M. H. odges Mr
Charles Pratt to Miss Livoli.m IoUpe.
I Northlanillotn, Mr. i ,Ioveiaml to Miss Nancv Clarke.
In WVrcester, Mr. Herry L. nascoaiito tIedJ Ord, to imss
Triiphoinsa Densniore, ofIV.
1m K(ii trinlC, n'Aptairt Oliver N. AMlin, of Lisbee, to
Mtis 1l'ni'es O. Hove). of Sonllhi 3ewiek.
In Neaw Yors uciy, SMr.Alrrh sw A. Jties, ofthis town, to
MNrs. Mlarla taBiumet t of ',%I. t'le ant.
or rcetoN .. ite-. lifry Perkins, of Allentown,
N. J. to Miss ElNizit Reeve.

DIED
Ill tllistOwn, on Silnday last, Capt.. tames Simner,at. 59.
OnModaylast..IeTrenmil hFrn!sli"rd Thoradike, ton of o
Jeremiah and CAtherine T. agedl s9 months.
Oh Tuesday niglti, Mrs. Sarah Clark, aged 06, relict of
lhe laie 'Calt.Jolhni Clark.
Fidelii-. youngest child of Mr. Jonathan Dennison, aged
11 ionihs.
O WVtednesday loast, rhnmains, Wakefield, son of Mr.
T i-eine m aWaktefield, aged t13. *
oair wes tsdims naorniirg Charlotte A lvira. daugier of
Miii. Trhoninons Soutrrh.wauerd oa9 mo.-Fitz Henry Ilastit,
younlrCt ston of Mr. Ellianal Csuslnian,saged 15 nIo.-Mr.
Sithill W dward,.ged 55.
In" Cil'ridlg;r-|io',on rIlnursday, mAlbert, only son of Mr.
A lolso Maso ed 17 mont h on, pe
In tlidfi)'d, ouWednesday lost! }IK. Joilas Duson, peu.


JrCotracted for Ike Columbian Centinel, by SAMUEL'
DANA, 5 Congress-stree.

BOARD OF HEALTH.
Committee for next week-David C. Mostly,
Simon Wilktnson, James Davis.

SHIPPING JOURNAL.


W VEDNESDA, Oct. 24.-Arrived, brig Ssan, Knight,
Richmond, with coal, for the Navy Yard. &c. ; sfh. Tho-
msis t Saitrh, Cook. Eastport; Sea Serpent,, Gray, Hayti,
via Ghloucester.
Cleared--Sehs. Eastern Trader, Legard, Santa Martna ;
Oliver Cromwell, Croshy, Idulniis'Holte ; sloops Mechanic.
Hallet, N. York ; idffturd. Hitch, N. Bedford.
,err.--'-s-Aer. -Ocezt.--A rrivdrs, Pi i Amersean,Gay.,
Eastp r 3; Hsicrt Shaimslf.rod. do. e lhurs.
Also ship Parthian, MOteknay, Liverpool, 48.
Came uli from qlar. brig Columbis. in hballast.
Al.qnusraine. brigTe'lemaichuis, Crorby, Surinam,33.
Cteit'ed-tirigs Dispatch. Urlinl, Havuna ; Ptrick-Hen-
rv. Xennisun, Charleston,; schs. Philo. Percival,.Cape tide
Verds and South Seas ; Mary Ann S, S Wilmisngton, E.
liz.beth, Ehldride, W'shington, N. C, ; Sally Dnvil, Chase,
Plymoutt N. C.; George. Loringff.Phi!ad.; Sally Ann,
Talowell ; shlrops Comet, Bradley. N. York ; Belie, Hub-
bell, Diahton ; Atlias, Lubee, ballast ; Delia, L;ath.
FRIDAT, Oct. 26-Arrived brig Charles, Sheafe, of
Porismouth.l Saletm.
Cl/tcoed-Shipis buffilk, Endictt, Sumatra, by P. Dodge ;
Cliampion, Lewis, Iierlmol, by S. Austin,jr. & J. W.
Lewis; Columbia. Dur utghs. Savannah, by N. Goddard ;
brigs Hesper, Cushing, Newburyport; Federal Gsorge,
Field, Tlintmole ; schi.Nacy Annt, Mlorgan, Havana, lby
J. Noii ; Mi-reury, Bassett, Afri-ei, t'y Adamos & Amory;
ntatgor Packet, Perkins, Bangor; Sup rior, McParlandt,
Ielfast ; sloops Gloucester Palcket, Hlirrsien, Gloucester;
Wtillinim Bowdehit, Salsm I; Polly, FTibbeis, do.; Polly,
Coirper, Plymoutb ; Betsey, lobhiuns. do.; Charl-s, Lulnt,
Newburyport; Eliza Niaoll, CollisrNew Haven.
FOREIGN LETTER OFFICE, MERCHANTS HALL.
07-'The letter bag of ship Champion, for Liverpool, will
be closed this evening, at 8 o'clock.
Imported since 20tll inst.-4S48 blis. Flour-
109-i.1, bushels Colth-14l21 boxes?,59 hhds., 1 tierce,
9' .lhis., adurid44cases SLugiu'-981 hhds.,18 IHerees,
tand319 bb!s. Molasscs-25 Ihdls., 0 casks, 230 tagg,
antLl bbl. Coffri-90S (tiintals, ansid 259,000 Fish
-63:) bbls. Sperm Oil-59 hhbis., 1331 kegs, 58
hll' kegs, bugs,g 35 rolls, and 8 packages 'tobacco
-85 hbls. Tari- 729 bbls. Turpentine, &e. ke.
vTa-ts a.-t r.
At Hamburg Aum'. 28th, shii) Staflbrd. Rogers, one.; A d
line, Piroe or. for .ntlini next day; brig Milo, Cormick,
South Asmrica., une.; Oriental, Swain, do.; nimenine,
Plunket.di.
Ship Mreiis,otf Sl,.saHrbor, was at Valpariuso, July 18.
withta00 bils oil-Juhjini.f Edgartown. antdo. no oil ; and
N-'rth Amnerieai.r Irain New Zeniand, (s.-iied May 10, with

the Inudelentl>ence.havirn 1.000 bbls) with 4 bills.
Sell. Prine& Groves,for Castiite, wa-itinig cargo, wass at
LDirtni SelI. S.
Big lli-z i Haily. of Plymouth, in quar. was ithe only
Amn.v- sel att Palermo. Sept. a.
Scrh. Uniion,Lan.son, of HBeerri, from ms port, w S at
St lltits, 5tinst, Sch. Catharin'e, heever, for St. Th'l-
trsa'. siled sasnme aiy.
Ar Gibraltar, Aig.50,Snlt.ana and Rover, waiting news
I'Fin Sinvrnai Grainplls, loading for Boston. B.ig How-m
sull sailed 18th.
Sell. Ann, Lincoln, of Danvers,, from this port, was at St.
Pieres, 25th tiult. a'l sick but lire captain and one man-the I
captain and nkate of tlie Ten Brothers were both sick ona
shore.
At Liverpool Sept. 16tll, Superior, of Hallowell, just arr.
froni Savaiunnh.
VI-'rE lS SpoK N'.
Oct. 71, tnt.50, Irm. 67.50,brig Clarissa,40 hours front
Ken-neimtnkI. ;l weil--snirm dayv sell. -- 4 lours from
Cuistin', housd to Gitadalouptie, with a deck load of cattle
antd liy.
Oc'. it oft Long Island, a sell. from Thiaimiaston for Ha-
vailns or Savaxnnili.
Oct. 4,Iit 13, lIol. 37, ship Mary & Susan, Cirtis, from
Ciiy P.ri.t.
Osi Sunlday evening, at anchor oil Nantiecktt Shoals,
sehl. tiTueln. hrnue.
(Oca. 19.it 40, In-i 68, brig Clarissa, 4 hounirs from Ken.
nehbunk.
htrig Bramin, Batchelder, 37 days from Padang for
Cowvs. ,
South Shoal IV. t N. 20 lea. brig Hannah, 2dsysfrom 1
Pol'lilouith.
Selts. s2t lits 7, loll 23 brig Malys, Boardman, of Salem,
I20 days frotir Snurniurt. tf- i Le"tliln.
Sel:t. 11. off Surdisna, sch. Dollhir, of (his port, from Mes-.\
sin; Ifbr ri lign.g.
Oct. it12, I on 9,ln 4th lie Warren, of this port, from Li-
verIlool fur rhila.

L'oyd'" Lists, to Sept, ha;ive been-received at N. York.
Ship Glide. Adams, from Richmonood, and Superior frnom
Savannlah. Iave arr. 7t Liverpool.
Arr. :,t Loyal l7th Ang. Geybhound, Havana; Betsey,
Wiseasset.
Arr. at Hambro' &bh Sept. Criterion, Blunt, of Ports
Inouth. Iron, IHavinia.
Arr. at i'ermPn, Sept. I. Cliti,. A Imy.New Bedfnrd.
Brie Union, Shillaber, sailed from Hamburg 28th Aug.
for Gotten burlg.
BrigVagncouvre, Lrach.lofthisi port, 132 days from Bata.
vin for Amsterdamn, ar. off Dover Sept. 4.
Brig Orozinmbo, of Providence, 33 days from the Capes of
Virg. a,. ait l'alhontl; 3d.
Ar.a Helvnrt, 3d. Only Son, of Providence.-6th, Gov.
Carver, Taylor. Boston, 34.
BrigOtter. Dewing", of Salem from Havana for Ro,.r-.
dam art. off' lover 8tth.
Ar. ati t e'l'eel, 4th, Gen. Lingan ; ReCrilttance, Allen,
Bristol, R. I.
Brig Iris. Mayo. of this port. which left the Capes of
'Virg.June i22, r.a Vilhi Francuar A ug. 27.
Ar. at Liverpool, Srpt i7th, Jaitina, Almy. 8th, New-
bhurt or, Gidriet, Charlstnil', 42.
irf i WrWi". orfI Iti, has ibeens -,hl stSt. Croir.
'Thle Recovery, Bacon, fiomn Sunth Seas, ar. off Ports-
mouthE. Sept. 3.
Sliiih Sally Anne, Edes, fuir Trieste, sailed from Malta
Anl.7, ild arr. t(hir-' 23d.
The Jauno, ioak, of B5Brton, which sailed from Livetipol
8thl, put btiasl;, 9b tYlath loll of toplmasts,


Arr.at New fltilford, briq Horatio, Snow. Amisterdam.
52. Cl. ship Swift, Pikshanhm. ilr Pacifle Ocean.
Arr. at Providence, ship John .Brown, El"lerklin,64 da)s
from Norwav.
CI. at. Sialin. bri Au n g'uta,. L.ee, Cubai; selis. Betsey,
Chapman, W. Indies; Fnnly,'Rones. Martinique.
Ar, at Philadelphia, Oct. 23, trig Hibernia, Hutchinson,
Hamburg. 50. '
Arr. at Richmond 19thinst seth. .Maldeira Parket.Foster,
Boston,10. Sailed seh. Boston Pak"et, Etmery, Port an
Prince.
Arr. atAlexanlria 19th inst. sch. Monroe. Noyes Port-
kland. 20thf. brig 01 nupa, Wsnton.from Mladeira.
SArrht slavnuinah 13th inst. shtip Elizabeth Wilson, Size,
Porltsnmnlouth. N. 11.8 ; brig Adltine. A twotod. Boston, 7.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23-Arrived ships Hcreno's, Cobb,
Liverpool 35 ; Thames, Marsh.ll. Lonidon. Cl. brigs Har-
riet Smithlll.TIir, Bristol, Mle.; Orion, Mayhew, New Or-
leiI ; sells. Two Brothers. Wehler Capel Hytien ; HoIe,
Lewis. St. Johns ; slooaipls Manitilla, Osborn. Boston ; Eliza*
belth, Clarke. Vest Indies. ..
BALTIMORE, Oct. 22.L-Arrived sipi Cliancey, Cur-
tis, St. Ubes; Danish hrir Vereetter, Jaeors. Havana. 21 ;
sell,. Warter, Gardner, St. Tnim's, 13 ; Mary Ann. Gates,
Anx Caves; Gen. Jnckson, Boston. -C1. ships I'hilip;,Les-
lie, A rsierdum ; WVahi:shi Age'in, Rotterdam ; brig Ala-
ryland, Siemen, St. bWirts ; sch'. Iris-?M'lchirita, Rodsr
guez. IHavani ; Freemason, Adams. Lagniral
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 24.-Arrived brige Actre-s
Frickev, Portsmoethi brig Hannah, Ross, Liverpnol ; seh
Morning Star, Bruce,Bloston. Cl. sch. Comet, Lear, Bos
ton.

AME ICAN ACADEMY.
STATUTE meeting of the A.mecan .qcade-
atsy cf.,Irts and Scjences, will .be hollen ait
C lnbridgeion \'EDNESDAY, Ilse 14tll of No-
veritber next, at 11 o'clock. A. MN.
cet'27 J. FARAPAR,3Rec. Sec'y..

M anufacttrers' andMechalnics'B ank.
"TOTVID, That this Board will receive Propo-
sais from Public Institutions, for an allow-
ance, at the rate of 24 per cent. per annum, upon
such sums, over Three Thousind :Dollars, as may
continue deposited one month, it being ulnderstood
that Three 'Thlousand Dollara is to remain without
interest, and the leant amount, in deposit, over that
sium, during the month to be lie Siiim on lshich in.
terest is to be cast. A'true copy, '
oct 27 JAMES DALTON, Caslder.
AO7'ICT'. /
T HIH members of sile ,Incient and Honorable
Artillery Campany, detached for Artillery
duly, ai all others ot'" the Company who Ifel dis-
posed to attend,are hereby ncti'iel, titat there will
be a meeting of the CompanAt or MODNAY after-
noon next, at 4 o'clock, at the Laboratory, lbr the
purpose of drilling with filed pieces, according to
Lallemand's system.
oct '27 tf A. G0. WINSLOW, terk.

PRIVATE SCHOOL.
T HE subscriber informs the pyblie, that lie can
admit a few more Pulilos into his Schlool.
The branches which he teaches arc Reading,
Writing, Arithmetic, Gratmnmar, Geograpl/y and
Algebra.
Boys attending the Latir. School are instrimlted in
the above branches from I before 12 till i be-
fore 2. ,
He refers to Isaac P. Daais, Joseph May and
George Bethune, Esquires.
oct27 38p SFOI)DARD CAPEN.

MILTON ACADEMY.
T mHE next term at this instititionr will com-
mence on the first Wednesday in Novem[ber,
under the tuition of Mr;. Joseph li. Hill, 'n yuig
gentlemAn recommended by the Rev. President of
fHarvard University, as every way qualified liir the
office of Preceptor. Besides being prepared for
admission to the University, ynuog men may here
receive. instruction in the usual branches ot Eng-
lish Education. The locna situation of this Acade-
my rentlders it very--eligible for thle education nf
youth. It enjoys a salubrious air, and commands
an extensive aud variegated prospect. At the some
time, it is so retired,, as to he, in a great measures
free from those evil communications, which seldom
fhil to corrupt the morals of the young. The
terms of tuition are five dollars a quarter; anid
board in respetplable families may be obtained for
two dollars a week. 3sp net 27

IMPROVED SPELLING BOOK.
UST published by J. H. A. FROST, Congress-
j street, atd for sale by him *and the various
Booksellers, a large impression of PERRY'S IM-
PROVEI) SPELLING. This is lthie copy got np
by the late I. Tto.Aas, JIn. and is denomiated the-
S..,, /..'sIt I ls laim'v..und-es- .- ,l;

~ it, and numerous atrii llml. itn sii '.r, it riayt
confidently be asserted that is one of he. best works
of the kiil in rise. Teaclersand Preceptors, are
resppetfully desired to call or send, and receive a
cop)y lor examination, gratis. oet'7

THAN KSGIVING ANTHEMS.
TAMES I.ORING, No. 2, Cornhill, nofers fi,r
a sale. Cooper's Anthem, the words, "T'ihe
Lord hath done great things for us,"' &e. .4Ja.
two others by Cooper. An approved Anthem.
words, Great ful songs apd-authems bring," &e.
Holt's Anthem; Chape's do. words,. "Ooome,
let Os sing," &.; Pirsson's, 'l'emple'sand Har-
('Is 'sl' atksgivi:g Atthems. As above, The
Pridgewater Collection, latest editions. Singing
Choirs supplied with all t 1e Musical works iu
general use, on liberal terms, oct 27

DAVID BAKER,
Alathenmatical Instrument .Malcer,
No. 17, FISH-STREET,
"ffTAS received, and offers, for sale, .in ass(-.t-
ment 'of Charts, Bowdit6h's Navigators,
American 'Co'st, and Oriental Pilots, Seaemen'sa
Journals, Nautical Alnnau.es and Commercias
Blanks ; manufacturers Quadrants, Compasses,
Guaging and Surveying Ins(ruments ; reativ re-
pairs Instruments of every description, with ac-
curney and dispatch.
As his is the first attempt to graduate Qtadrants
here, aind having improvements isn the construction,
it may gratify til wltho are disposed to encourage
domestic marnufthelres.to haie a description given,
that, particularly gentlemen who are conversant
witli tl.e principles and tse of the instrument, may
understand its true merits.
The peculiarities in this, when contrasted with
wooden Quidrants in general use, are
1. The firame is of metal, and rot strnhect to
warp or to the separating ofjoints by exposure.
2. At the foot of the index, is afrietion roller orn
a spring, which by slackening the thuin screw,
frets it from the arch, at the same tin'egripping it,
so as to afford ail easy regular motion, siupereed-
ing the tangent-screw for common observations.
S. The adjustment of the horizon-glass, is per-
formed by unticr.wing the leg nearest the glass, and
applying hi lie point to :ni orifice in the edge of the
washer, at the back f the glass to act as a lever.
4. The speculums tre set (it o tdered) in cells
which are of one, where in the ordinary method
there is three pieces ofmetal, and are firmer, neat-
cr, and easier kept clear, having no lip on the edge
to retain dust. oct 27
Middlesex, ss. To the heirs at law,
and all others interested in the estate of Ednliund
Fowle, late of WV:artow,',, in the said county,
yeoman, deceased, G(aEETIsNO.
STIERBAS a certain inistrtment, pnr.'itting
tobe the last will and testament of said de-
ceased, has biell presented for Psobate, to tbc
Judge of Pr'balaoe ufsaid county, by ,os. P. Brsad-
lee, antld biarsshal S. FowlIe, the executotrs therein
nast.ed.
You are hereby n-tifled to appear at a Court
of Prbghat, tO be uholden at Cambridge, in and for
said county, on thi first Tuesday of Decemthr
next, to show cause, ifanilv you have,against the Pro-
bate ot the same.
CVitnessSamtuel P. P. Fav, Judge of Probate,
atCa bridge, this sineteenih t lsay of October, A.
u. 1851. ISAAC FISKE, Regfister.
ri0E subscribers having been ap-
pointed commissioners by tIme Judge of Pro-
bate of W'ills, &es. within and for the countt'/ of
Middlesex, on the estate of
WVALTER 1IASTINGS,
late of Townsend, in saidl county, Esq. deceased,
iuteslate, relyesented insolve.t, and six maonCth-ir
liasing been allowed to the creditors of said estate


Ior brilgin-g in and proving their claims, hereby
give niiotceto said erediltors, th't they % ill meet at
the office of Elisha 'sliddeni, Esq. in said Town-
send, on the thliril Monday of November next, the
first T'iesday and last .M1,nday of Dice.ember next,*
ftle last Tusti la of l'ebro'n 'y next, thie third
Tuerilay of Marhi .ext, anid the second Mondtay
of April next, at 10 o'clock, A. AM. of each o the
Foregoing days, for the purpose of receiving and
examining said claims.
LU'THER LAWRENCE, C ,
JOIN \VALTON, "
Tounsendu, vc. 2*2, 18%1.


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For Vew-lOrleains-first vessel, '
The fine Packet brig SOPHRONIA,
Capt. Myrick, will clear out on Wed-
nesday. For a lfw tons of light freight
nr passage, apply to i. C 1THWIN G,
No. 32, Central wharf, or to the Capt.
on board, or to .AMES ANDRE WS.
The subscriber intending to take passage in the
above vessel requests that all demanils againstt him
or the vessel, be presented oi or before V'etlnes-
day morning. JOHN C. Ti WING.
oct 27


For Canton.
The new coppered brig COMET
Richnard Baker, master, Benjamin Shreve
s upfet argo, will s;il for Canton, ion thi
-25thl ist. Specie w ill be taken out to hi
inverted, and brought home in the brig
on reasonable terns. Apply to PICKEIINt;
DODGE, Salcm, or PICKMAN, ROGERS &
CO. No. 2-4, India-wharf istf oct 20

For rew-Orleans,
A The fast saying, coppered briglIAL
CYON, .lohn iuss:.'ll, master, will sai
ton SUN DAY, the ith No'emb!)er.. She
has excellent accrmmodaltions for pas-
sengers and will take small arms tor pro-
teetion against boats. For freight or passage, ap-
ply Ito LORING, CUNNINGIiAM & CO. No,
S42, Central-wharlf 4spis oct 24

For City Point and Richmond.
"lThe new and elegant selihr. GA-
ZELLE, Zachcns Ilamlin, master ;
/ first rate vessel, built expressly for tlie
"W l Richmriid trade, having superior ac-
commodations for Passengers, She
willihave immediate dispatch and will be a regu-
lar trader. For freight or passage, apply to JOHN
AYRES, No. 30, Long-wharf, or to the master on
board,opposite. tf aot 27
Foa-' Nice or any port in the Mediter-
ranean.
,4M. Tihesch'r MARY, E. Hullen,mas-
ter, 14ltons, nearly a new and first rate
vessel.will take Freight for Nice,or any)
portint 1he south of Europe. iApply t:
. LEM. POPE, and THIOS. THAX-
TER,or BAKER & HIODG.1 S., epistf oet :4
For sale, if applied for inmmedw-telyj
T 'The fine staunch sch. EVEI1RGEEN,
one year ol, 95 tons, -low deck, built of
the best white eak, sails and carries well. and is in
every respect a superior vessel. Apply to R.
ELWELL, No. 36, In(din-street 1 p oct 27


Dissolution of Copartnership.
~{W-E Copartners)in; lieretofore existing nntler
JL the firm of COLE-& JENKINS was dissolved
outhe 16th inst. by mutual consent. All persons
having demands against said firm, are requested to
present them tor adjustment ; and those indebted
to said firm, are requ estc', to make payment t(
either of the subscriberiEt ",
CHARLES COLE, .Jun.
SOLON JENKINS.
CHARLES COLE,juri.infornms'iis friends and
the public, that he continues at the old stand, for-
merly. oecupiedby Cole & Jenkins ; where he has
for sale a general assortment of W. I. Goods aned
Groceries, on reasonable termnE oct 27

WOOL.-
BAGS 3-4, 7-8 a id full blond Merino Wool,
for sale by BAKER ?1 HODGES, No. 30,
S India-itreet; dot 27

S CROCKERY WARE.
ACKSON h& EAYRS, No. 12, "road-street,
I have received by the Parthian, from Liver-
vopl, an addirional'supply- of thirty-two crates
SCROCKEY W RE.. net 97

SUGARS ATVD RICE.
H- AVANA white SUGARS and RICE-for
sale by BAKER & HODGES, No. SO, In.
,dinastreet. ct 27
, WIV'E. D UC TOBACCO, "-c.
6 'ORsae by S \. 1 ', 9 5 p;p,2 a,,.I halfI
j pipes of old Sioil Winfe; 150 qr. casks fY
l best Malaga do.; 150 hhhs. prime Kentuckv To-
Sbaeen. -
: seo--2hiles Ger'man thin and thick Ducek;
C do. do. Coffee Bags; 110 hales Tobacco, 100 lb.
N. Ca. ; 20 bales Orange Peel.,
Likewise-a small iovoice of colored Calcutta
Goods ; do. best Naples Sewing Silk. oct 27

MJLRYhLAND TOBACCO.
SH DS. Marrland TOBACCO, for sale ,by
BAKER & HODGES, No, i6, India-st.
oct 27 .
Cotton, Rice, Tobacco, &c.
& E. LINCOLN have for sale, landing from
ship Neptune, .19 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco.
.. .I STOKE... "
40 bales N. O,-eans Cotton ; 20Q casks Rice,
40 qr. casks sieet Malaga Wine; 5 pipes do.
30-bbls. Prime Pork ; 20 tierces Honey.
.- 3ts sept 19

SHEAR'S LOJNDOJN COPPER.
JOHN W. LANGDON, 33, India-street, has
Ireeeived 'by tihe London Paeket, Capt. Tra-
cy, 56 cases of Sieathliug C6pper. manufactured
by Shears, including every weight from 16 to 30
oz.-which lie offers for saleoti liberal te mins.
In Storee-5 case 832 oz. Sheathing Copper.
sept 29 cpisi ns

FAULKNER & REED,
-TT ,No 226, BROAD-STREET,1
I AVE received by t(he late arrivals from Eng-
land. their assortinefit of Cotton aln' Woollen
Goods, consisting of Broidcloihs ; Cassimeres;
Bonibazetts; Flannels; Pelisse Cloths; comma)n
and Valencia Vestings ; tdrahi Kerseys'; siSte \Vots-
ted Hosiery; quality 'indings; Tabby Velvi;:s;
Men's Gloves; Ladies'h~bit do.; linen Threads;
blue-and light Prits ; Furnitures ; 9-8 Jackonet
Muislins; 9-S and 6-4 Cambrics ; Madrass Handk;
Tackonet do. ; Waterloo and Fncy (Ido.; Brittan-
ias; Book, Leno, and Fancy Muslins; brown Hol-
lands; Linens, &c. &ec. which they offer for sale
by the package or piece. istf sept 12I

Crockeryi Glass and China Ware.
OTIS NORCROSS & CO.
Vo. 15, EXCHAJVGE-STRELT,
h AVE received by. the Suffolk, Herald, and
other late arrivals from Liverpool, a superior
assortment of EARTHEN WARE, from the first
Manufactories in Staffordshire, comprising blue
printed, Zebra,Flophant, andState Holuse patterns
of Plates, Twiillers, Mnffins, Bakers, Nappies, -
Dishes, and complete Dining Services ; Oval and
round Tea Ware; Bowls'; handled Coffee Bowls
and Saucers; Cups and Saucers; Grecian shape:
Ewers and Basons; Chambers, Pitchers, Sc. of
the Verandah and State House patters ; concave
and shell edged Plates, Twillters, Mullins, and
Dishes; oval and round Bakers, Sallads. Nappies,
S c ; with a general assurtiment of painted, colored
and cc Ware.
.Also, a good assortment of China Tea Sets,
white and gold burnished ; Landscaits Views and
other patterns; a greatvariety of common and! lus-
Stte Lhit..
-.i.t-a~se, plain and cut Flint Glass Ware, of
all kinds.
The above is offered on terms as low as at any
House ih Boston.
'Prime assorted crates, expressly for country
trade. Wars : epacked' in the best manner, ns usu-s
Gwis oct 3
Table Cloths, Carpet Bindings, etc.

JOSEPH G. BACON,.
Nos. 18 ad 120, MfARKEl2 -STREET,
H AS just rteeived per Canton, from Liverpool,
Tartan pl aid Table Cloths 1I to 6vards long;
green woollen4o. do. with-borders, "1 to 6 yards
long; Chintz Carpet Bindings; Tartan Cloth by
the yard, 6-4 7-4, andi 8-4 wide; plain Green
Cloth do. do. 6is June 16

PLAID FLORENCES.
CASE ric; PLAID FLORENqCE;, jsustoper-
ted for sale at No. 83, Market-stre e, by
WEBSTER & UNDERWOOD.
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'WO TWICE.
T HE subscribers have formed a con.,ex'id .in
business, under the firm of
P, HELPS & FARNIAM.
Letter-press P'rinting of all kinds will continue to
be executed by them.a*. the office heretofore necu--
pied by said Philps, at No. 5, south side Court-
street. ROBERT I-'ARNIIAM.
'SEWELL PHELPS;
.Boston, October 6, 1821. fiw
AI8CCOUNT BOOKS.
DhAVID FELT,
A ,o. f63, STATE-S'f'REE'I,
HAS ON HAND,
A very large assortment of ACCOUNT
BlOKS, spade of the best'English and Amer-
ican Paper, ruled to all the various patterns now in
use, and bound in a superior style; a gre-t variety
of small hooks, suhei as Note Books ; Receipt de.
engraved on Copper Plate; Mem. Books, with
rockets and loops for pencils ; 6 patterns Note
and Hill :'ooks;- Lawyer's Docket Books ; Check
do. &c. ec. -
N. B.-Gentlemen wasting sets of Books ruled
or bound to pattern, will do well to call as above.
oct 27 epis.2m


H HATS, BUFF-ALO ROBES, etc.
CHA'S LINCOLN, Jun. "
.Ao. 47, CORf IIHILL,
H AS for sale-,Gent!emen's fashionable tine
Beaver, Castir, Rranm, imitation:13paver
and omcon'n napt Fats; Men's and Youth's Ilack
Said tidrab set lHas, suitable or tlhe Southern
at market.
i Ladies' white, drab and'black Beaver lumnets,
Elegant white, drab and black' Ostrich Piumes,
Do. <10. Vulture and fancy Ostrich and Down dto.
6ILOVES, BUFFALO "ROBES, Sc. &c.
Gentlemen'n sand Youth's Fur Gloves and Caps;
a fine lot of handsome liuffalo Robes, per bale or
single Robe; Buck, Doe, Beaver al' Dog Skin
Gloves ; Silk and Cotton Umbrellas ; Fur Trim-
mings and Capes, fbr Ladies' and Gentlemen's
dress ; Muffs, Tippets, Vandikes, ko.
Also--Muskrat, Russia Hare Skins, Hatters'
Trimmings, etc. etc.-fior sale at tile lowest pritebs
hfi cash. his oct 27

BEAVER BOA- ETS, PLUMES
A- ."D f.A.TS.
J UST received by \V IL.LI.'M LINCOLN
No. 2, Old Statcolouse,
.Ladies' London white Beaver Bonnets,
Misses' 0 do. do. do.
Ladies' and Misses' drab and black do..
Ladies' Fur Seal Caps, for winter.
PLUMES.
Elegant w aite, drab and black Ostrich,
Do. pink and blute edged 0do. .
Vulture and Down Plumes, .
Bonnet Trimmings, of new patternss.
Gentlemen's water proof Beaver Hats,
lo. (on. imitation Beaver do.
Do. line plar.edl do.
Do. Brewster's manuf'eture do.
SChildren's London drab and green do.
Men's ansd Youth's Fur Caps.
GLOVES. .
Gentlemen's English and French Buckskin,
Do. Norway Doe and Beaver Gloves,
Do. Fur Gloves, for winter,
Ladies' and Children's lined Gloves,
Buffalo Robes, by the bale or single.
N. B.-Thle above articles will be sold at the
lowest cash prices. 6is oct2 7

LADIES CLOTHS.
JUS 1' received, and for sale by B. & J. IT.
do PRAY, Nos. 12 and 14, Market-street-i
great variety of elegant QUEEN'S CLOTHS and
PELISSE do. coinisting of Niav, Mi za ee,
.Prussian, and -Sky Blue, Drab, Pearl, Lavender
Maroon, Garnei, Claret, and other colors.
.Also, Broadeloths, Hunter's Cloths and Cassi-
moeres, Navy Blue, Olive. Drab, and various fashc -
ionable mixtures; Vestings. &c. Sspis oct 13.

FRENCH GOODS-
WHITNEY & GOULD,
N'ao. 3, CE.NTVRAL-.STRE'T,
llAVE for siae, an invoire of Silk and other
French Goods, of a resent importation, con-'
sisting of
Elegant plaid Ribbons, in sets of 5-12 and 6-16,
Ricli figured Satin di. i n ai valety ofpatterns,
Plain assortell Taffeta No. 3, Ribbuns,
Do Jet black do. No. SA12, do. -
Supierior black Crapes, for retailing,
Merino 5-4 and 6-4 Shiawls ; Inimitation 6-4 do.
Merino 3-4 HIdklfs. ; do. Point Ido.
Silk Velvets, black and oI llier colors,
Ostrich Feathers,
Kid-Gloves (Habit) fist quality ; Buckskin do.
Mens'and Women's black and white silk d,..
Silk Hose ; black Bombazine, 5-4 elf,
Plaid Silks, of new patterns, -
Artificial Flowera,
Plush, assorted clor's. -uso-.
3 citss Paiis black Iheavy Levantines,
2 do. hite, and one case assorted Souple Satin,
2 do. Avignon Florences,
1 do. Imitation Caishmere Long Shawls, very rich
I do. green Florences,
I do. Satin Ribbons, No. 1, 1, 2 and Sligh col-
o's, put up expressly for the Spanish market,
in 0o yard pieces, entitled to debenture,
2 cartoons narrow Thread Laces,
The above being co.isignmnets from French
Houses, princepallj, will be sold by the package
or in lots only. Sis sept 29.


SLOJVDOJV qUILLS.
-iECSlEDI) by the London Packet, and for
sale at GREENLEAF'S Stationary Store,
No. 4, Court-street, a good assortment of LON-
DON QUILLS, from 40 to 400 cents per hundred.
Also--Medium, Demy and Foolscap WRITING
PAPERt, Bath" and London"; large wove,
gilt and plain LETTER and Billet Paper ; Impe-
rial Roypi, Medium and Demy .DRAWING PA-
PERS, all of the very first quality.
" Sealing Wax; red and black Ink and Ink Pow-
der ; Architecture, fine Drawing and Writing
Lead Peneiis; large and small WAFERS; redl
Tape; Iinkstauds; Durable Ink ; Sand Boxes, &e.
Genuine LONDON SOAP, among which, is
Rose, Ceylon, Musk, Vernacular, Olive, Sapouna-
cius and Windsor, by the dozen or single cake.
Reeve's Water Colours by the box or singleI
cake; Camel Hair Pencils ; Pallets, together wilth
a general, Ssortment of articles usually kept in i t
Stationer's Store, all ot whiah will be sold as low ai
they as can be purchased in Boston. .
oct 3 istw w .

NEW BOOK STORE.
OUIN ROBERITS respectfully ifolbrtis his
f l'iends ansd the public, that lie has taken store
No. I1, Court-street, nearly opposite the Book.
Srore of Mr. James W. Burditt, where he intends
keeping a general assorltmeht f BLANK BOOKS
and STATIONARY. Also, a good assortment. of
Miicellantueos Books, Bibles, and School Books.-
Copy Slips, Cyphering Hooks and Writing Books,
of any description, constaantlv on hand.
BOOK BINDDVYG.
In a Room adjoining his Store he intends to car-
ry on ilhe Book Bindling business, in all its bran-
.cihes. Blank Books ruled to any pattern, and
bound at short notice.
Music Bajoses bound, and old Books rebound in
a superior manner. Music and other Port Folios,
made to anVyrequirud pattern. Hat Lini-gs neat-
ly gilt, Sc. &c.
J. I. flatters himself (after serving nearly eight
years with oe of the first Blank Book Binders in
this town) that his work will give satisfaction to
his employers. 4is oct 17

STO VES.
ELIJAH VOSE, Jun.
No. 7, DO0CK-SQU .'R:.:.
O PFERS FOR SALF,,
An extensive assortmentof COOKING STOVES,
of the latest anid most improved patterns,
LANES' PATENT Parlor Stores,'elegantly fin-
ishied, an excellent article for wood or coal,
Philadelphia Oven Stoves, all sizes,
Large Candila Stoves, for Churches,
Large Pyramid dt. do.
Pyramid and Coal-Stovas for Entries,
Fireplace and pipe Franklin Stuve.,
Oval and Obloing Box Stoves,
Six Plate Stoves, 11 sizes,
Coal Grates, dirtbrent p.tterns.
Ahlso-English and uls ssia Iron STOVE PIPES,
Sitober 3 15,Sis


Black and Colored Galloois.
JEREMIAH FITCH & CO,
Aos. 5 and 7, M.iIRKET'STL7'EE'I'l
r AVBE received by the brig Swiftsure,' frdni
Bremen, and fi,;, sale-A good assortment
nl No. 1 and J black, wlite and drab GALLOONS.
oct 27
(U"No. 6, CORNIHILL.
JOSEPH EUSTIS, Jim., intenditig shortly to
11 close lis retail busiiuss, offs rs all his CUTI
GOODS at great bargains;-SILKS, .RIBBONS,
CRAPES, &fc.together with a general assortment
of retail Goods. Purchasers will find it for their
advantage to call. 6spis -oct 7 '"
Watch Chain Ribbons, Indispensables,
.Sc.
QUINCY TUFTS,
No..14, CORIHWILL,
H AS received from Paris, per brig Wave, via
IHavre-clegant Watch Chain Ribboiins white
Merinto Indlist)esibles ; black Velvet ind twilled
Silk do.; Merino half Hdkfs.; Superb Gimp
Trimmings; Chinelle Cords; white Pelong&at-
tins, of superior quality; dark blue, and black
Silk Velvets ; wide Silk Braids, bla,:k, brownu;and
green ;. Lustring gibbons, brown, greea, dark
blues, olives, drabs,:ahd tea color; best black: Silc
Veslinsg; French B9ot Cords; black Crapes; Silk
Floss Buttons, black, pearl, slate, sky blue, and
drabs ; French Hooks and Eyes ; Ladies' Kid
Gloves, long and short, some extra size and sdpe-
rior quality ; Misses' long-white, and short coor-
ed do.; Men's white beaver do.; Ladies' and iI is-
ses' Angola Gloves, &c. &c. 6w oct .7
--Ladies Cloths and Poplins.
N AVY blue, mazarine do., pearl,' di'ab
olive, and brown Ladies Queens Cloths ;
black, slate, pearl, light blue, white, drah, French
grey, figured and plain first quality Poplins; fine
wliuto Flannels ; black Banhbazeens-just received
by DRAPEIR & STONE, 19 Market-street.
ocf Q7 4is
S AMERICA.N GOODS.
THOMAS LORD & CO. No. 10, Central-st.
have constantly on hand, a great variety of
Cotton and Woollen Goods,
Of Domestic manufacture, which are offered for
sale by the package or piece, at the lowest prices
for esasl or credit. Also-a constant supljly of
WOOL, of all descriptions.
Cash advanced otn consignments. out 27

Copartnership Formed.
1-HE subscribers having formed a connexion in
T business under the firm of
PAYSON & NURSE,
Offer for sale, at No. 3, Union-street, as extensive
assortment of
'HARD WARE AND CUTLERY,
i-eceived Iby the latest arrivals from Liverpool,
which "will be sold on the most favorable terms for
cash otv. credit. EDWARDI PAYSON,
GILBERT NUItSE.
Bost-n; Octobe 1:3,182t. 2spis-Stis oct 13
WELCH FL.UJVVELS.
JOHN FOX,
lo. 12, Ma.RKEoT-R OW, (U STArns,)
ThAS just received, fuir sale-a few pieces real
WELCH FLANNELS. Also-a fresh is-
sortment fine Cambrics. 4is oct 10

WORSTED HOSIERY, &c.
y iENRY CUTTER & CO. have received, per
Loadon Packet, two -cases coittaini' & a large
assortment of Worsted -Hosiery; one trunk Beaver.
Buck, and Doe Skin Gloves ; ladies' Beaver 'and
Limerick do. Also, two bales London superfine
Broadcloths, which they offer forsaleattheir Store,
corner of State-street. is oet 10
C.WTOA" SILKS.
N INE cases black Sinchaw ; Sarsnets ; Plo-
i-entines ; Nankin and Canton Crapes, alnot
Slack Silk HIdkfs. will be opened this morning, atnd
be sold at a small advance for Cash ; toeth e- with
a handsome assortment of French and English
Goods for cash or approved credit by BEINJA-
MIN AlUZZEY, No. 69, Cornhill. -.
is s cfle -
35 PACKAGES
PRIME. SEASONABLE GOODS.
UST RECEIVED,
PAt i JVo. 69, STATE-STREET,
Plain black and colored,
Twill'd do. do. BOMB.AZE TTS,
;igure d do. do.- J
Superfine and common blue and black Broad-
clothls ; alive Velvettens; fine and common steam-
oom and Irish Shirtings; net Stispenders; Qual-
ty lindhigs; black ain white and brn vLinens ;
plain and twili'd Br'-itinttia Hldkis. Madrass and
Pulic:t do.; Chintz and Cassimere Slinwis; Car-
isle and plaid Ginglhamts ; Prints andt Muslins;
Silk Umbrellas ; superior white and colored Kid
and Silk Gloves; elegant figure Hibbons; Sew-
ng Silk and Crapes; black Tabby Velvets; Pus-
ia Diapeas and Shetiags Men's Lelghorn Haits.
Also-S cases dark. pattern imitation Isladras
Idits. entitled to large debentuse, will oe sold low.
A general assortment of CANTON GOODS.
...ALSO..
Straw Bonnets TnV Trimming, constantly on
and. All of which will te soldl at the [lowest
market prices, by
n 22 HUBBARD s fGREENOUGEI.
an 22 1afistf


Sunerl blackD Italian Sewitw -SLlk.


LEWIS C. MANSQN.
S5JV'o. 49, COR IJILL,
J AS just opened for sale,
I1 ase supei' black Italian Sewings,
I do. Cassimere Shawls, with borders,
1 do. do. do. plaint,
Black Bombazines; do.Levantines; do.Sin-
chaws; do. Sarisnelts ; black Nankin Crapes-to-
gether with a general.assortment of EUROPEAN
aitd INDIA GOODS, wholesale and retail.
N. B.-Constantly on hand tfor sale, MOURN-
ING ARTIOLES, of the best kind, and at lhir
prices ep-istf

/ .MUSLIV DRESSES, etc.
W- EBSTER & UNDERWOOD. No. 83,
Market-street, have just opened for sale,
an assortment of .Muslin Dresses, with and without
flounces, richly embroidered. '
ALso-I case raw Silk Mantles, elegant pat-
terns ; 4-4 and 6-4 plain and l figured T.ruaad Lace,
Thread Lace Veils ; do. Mantles. 6spis aug 1 t


A. & A. LAWRENCE,
'o. 15, M1ARKET-STREET,
H" AVE received by the Triton, Mount Vernon
and Milo-15i packages of WOOLLEN
GOODS, comprising a complete assortment.
.l1so, a consignment of 6, packages fresh Goods,
entitled to debenture, consIsting of
Broadeluths, I, Point Blantkets,
Cassimeres, "l Bockings a td
hlue Plains, Broad ilk. Bomibazeens,
being an entire importation, for the West Indies
attend North West Coast. episim scpt

WOOLLEN GOODS.
-AMES SHEPHERD & CO.have just receiv-
,V ed from their Manuthectorv-a fresh supply of
BROA DCLOTHS of various'discriptions, wluchl
they offer for sale by the bale or piece only, at No.
6, Congress-sqn'are. episim sept 8
J'vew Lable Linen, Carpetings,etc. etc.
PER TRITON.
JOSEPH G. BACON,
Vous. 18 and 20, Market-street,
AS for' sale, received per Trtion, from Liv-
erpnoil,
6 battles Carpetings, comprising Brussels, Vente-
ti a and Kidderminster, onew patterns--Rugs
to mnatcl,
2 cases ablee Linen, amongst which are Damask
Cloths, all sizes-Napkins to match, superior
Quality,
2 cases super. ChintzFurnitnresand Copperplates,
1 do. Furniture Dimities, fashionable figures,
4 bales ltcte Blankets, 7-4 to 13-4,
1 case patent colored Threads, Nos. 20 a 30,
ang 4 ep6wis
A-HENRY CUTTER & CO.
AVE received per Falcon and Suffolk,-33
packages British PIECE GOODS, which,
with the Goods per. former arrivals, make their
assu tmiuent very extensive. Ospis sept 19


SELECT ORATORIO,
.ndthe/first of a regular Course for the Seasons.
EN'TlLEMEN holding Season Tickets to the
43t" performances of the Handel and Haydn So-
ciety, are respectfully informed that a Select Ora-
torio will Ie perfioted at Byiston Hall on TUES-
DAY EVENING next, commencing at 6o o'clock.
A special reliears.il for the members only, pre-
pti'atory to the above performance, will be held
To-morrow evening at 16 o'clock, when a punatu-
al attendance is t eeestte: .
ont27 .JOS. LEWIS, Sec'y.
REMOVAL. "
THOMAS EDWARDS,
'Portrait and .Mtiniature Painter,
AS removed from No. 50, Cornhill, to No. 47,
-.Newbury-street,- corner of Summer-street,
where lie hopes to merit a continuance of that pat-
tonage. with which he Ilas hitherto been favored.
T. E. intends opening an Afternoon IDRAW-
ING SCHOOL ftr young Ladies. ./lso--an Eve-
ningSchocl for young Gentlemen; as but a small
number of either' set will be taken, early applica-
tion will be necessary, as some of the number are
already engaged. Specimensto lie seen at Cotton's
Bookstore, and as above directed. it oct 27

/ LONVDO. STATIONM1RY.
DAVID FELT,
MNo. 63, STATE-STREET,
HAS JUST RECEIVED, AND OFFERtS FOR SALE,
8j0 IIA'K BEST' London Quills, different
ct ,A JljJ qualities and prices,
Medium Writing Paper; Demy do. do.
Folio Post do. do. ; Foolscap do. do.
Pot do. do. ; Gilt edge Letter do.
Black do. do. ; Plain do. do.
Bath Letter do. ; Drawing do.
Red and black Sealing Wax,
Do. Wafers, large and small,
Do. Ink and Ink Powder ; do. Lead Pencils,
Paint Boxes; Ink Stands ; Letter Stamps;
Sand Boxes; Desk Knives ; Paper Shears ; Silver
and Plated PenCil Cases, some very elegant withe
penknive blades, &c. &c. &c.
Jlso,' Charts of all the different parts of the
world ; genuine Day E& Martin's Blacking.
Likewise, 40,000 itussia Quills. istJ oct 13S
London Stationary, Charts, etc. etc.
-I)ENJAMIN LORING, No. 50, State-street,
S has .just received per London Packet, his
Fall supply of STATIONARY, consisting of Im-
perial, Super-royal, Royal, Medium, Demy,
Foolseap and Pot Writing Papers ; Bath .Letter
Paper, gilt and plain ; Blotting Paper;. red and
black Ink Powder; red and black Janan Ink;
red andl Mack Sealing Wax; Vafers; DtDurable
Ink; Lead Pencils; Asses Skin Memorandum
Bonks'; Ink and Sand Glasses ; Gunter's Scales
antid dividers, &e. &c.
l9so-I case containing 50 M. QUILLS, from
40 cents to $5 per hundred.
alao-CHAR'IS of all the different Coasts in"
the world, among which are a few Arrowsmith's
Picific Ocean, 9 sheets, 4 bound.
Likesise-an eleg'mt assortment of the most
fashionable London Vatch -RIBBONS, by the
piece or single Watch Ribbon.
Day & Martin's genuine BLACKING; Johnl
Barber's old English Razors and Razor Strops;
Rodger's Penk.i-ves, e. Sc. 3m1is oct6
Elegant London Watch Ribbons.
JUSTr received by the I ondon Packet, and for
sale by BENJAM-IN LOltRING, No. 50, State-,
street, an elegant assortment of the most fashion-
able London Watch Ribbons, by the piece or yard.
oct 6 isn3m
WORSTED HOSIERY, c.
U ENRY CUTTER & CO. have received, per,
London PIacket-2 cases containing a large
assortmiientof Worsted Hosiery; I trunk Beaver,
Buck and Doe Skin Gloves; !adies' Beaver andti
Liamerick do. Also-2 bales London superfine
Broadclothis, which they offer ftr sale at their store,
corner of State-street. Sis oct 13


'ThIvern and Store to Let in AJidover.
0() Lease, for one or more years, that conveni-
ent and eligible establishment for a PUBLIC
-iUSEi the North- Parish in, As.dover, -new
sh urag-lou-sa.,e aehiH3 oiabeen long improved
as a Tavern, and the last three years kept by
TaOMAs NEWCOMB.
.o. a STuIE and ab out fifty acres of atexcel-
lent LAND in teoitietiosi. For lparticulars, in-
que of tlie re it occuanit, ai Dr. JOS. K1iT-
TREDGE, in Andove-, or osf the subscriber, in
Gloucester. JOHN KITTlRlEDGLa
N. 11. Possession given immediately.
Andover, Oct. 27, 1821. eptf
TO BE LET.
D DWELLING-HOUSE, situated back of No.
i 122, Orange-street, w lately occupied hi- Mr.
avid Swift; it coitais s two rooms upon t e low
er floor, three chambers, wash and wood-house,
ec. a small garden,t a good yard, .nd water by the
aqueduct. It will be in ntat repair,and suitable for
a small genteel tfaily. Possession n oy be had im-
tumediatiey. Apply to Messrs. Child VWilliamis,
ni Front-street ot 27
B OAstr HwJANTED.
A LADY wishes for Board in a sinall private re-
spectable family, in a pleasait healthy situa-
tion. A line addressedl to S. S. anidseisstolii o.
1.3, Orant -street, wil asmeet attention. Appn ica-
tion miust bte made soon. I p oct 27
STI'iAYED,
F RaIbM Boston Common, on or-about the 17th
uinst. a small light red COW, belly and bag
'while,- withl stall tits. Whiouver has taken up
said Cow and will return her to the owner at Weou
Boston n Bridge, shall be satisfactorily paid for their
trouble. oct27
NOTICEI.
V AKEN iup a stray Co iw, on tlie 23d nst. i
Quisicy, sIhe is of a dark red colour, ad ver-y
lirge, andl hiad on lher neck a leather srap with a
smail plate of brass with a star nmarkedl iIn the mid-
(le, a.id the nime ofA. Pollard, of Boston. 'The
owner maoly have lier ag ain by alying'to the sub-
scriber at tlhe Farm if M Es. I ESTIas BLIACK, ill
Quincey, provitingiproperty a d paying al l cha rges.
iV WITMAN BAILEY.
SQsuitic, Oct. 24, 1821.
1I'KEJA Ul'
N the inclosure of the subscriber, on Friday, tlhe
19t inist. a Ilay MAl E of middling size, short
legs, the letlosks. of light sandy color, bordering
Upoin white, sqlai it til, considuirsably -rowun since
icut, witlh suill whiite spot on il the olt side of the
rump, the forat shoes nearly new, but not man.rked.
The owner may hlie said MaIlre, by calling oni the
subscriber, in Natick, proving property aid piay-t
iisgclar-ges. MIlUAEL BA WIN.
s watict, aOctobeu 20, 1821.
COOKS, CfIA.MBERMAIADS, cfc.
IT'l recnmimesndations frisson their last pla-
ces, wants situations in respectabltla fnilies.
Also, phIices for Cooks, House-Keepers, &c. isay
be ihad by applying at the Intelligence Office of
Mis. Neweli, No. a, Vilte'r-sLtreet. Agood Seami-
stress w-ants a situation.-Apply as above. oct 27


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WAJV.NTED, (October 26)
PERSON of good recsuonuiiibedations and relig-
.'. ious character, to take charge of a mnderis
brtvk House, pleasantly situated, d a small fainm-
ily of 2 or 3. To a widow, or single peron, (be-
ta een 25 and 40) wlho may, if necessary,come with
a Child of 10 or 12 yeurs as an assistant, and wlho is
for economy, industry, and a religious disposition,
respectable, the police iight be permanently agree-
able. Direct a line, which will meet with re-pIect-
Iul attention, to G. B. A.at the Centinel Counting
Room or inquire verbally.
A preference to some from the country-and to
a person who is in Life m ire than in 'Iords relig-
ious, every reasonable accommodating alheration
and compensation would be made. 2spis

NOTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber has been duly appointed executor
to die last will asnd testament of
JACOB DAMON,
hate of Ashby, in the county of Middlesex, gen-
tleman, deceased, testate, and has taken upon hti-
self that trust by giving bends as the law dus-cta.-
All persons having deunidals upon the estate of thie
said deceased, urc required to exhibit -the same;
and all persons indebted to tho said estate, arc call-
ed upon to make payment to
DAVIDr DAMON, Ex''.
.Ashby, Ouctober 16, 182I.


BOSTON THAT RIH.

MR' IIlLSON'S B EBEFIT,
And positively his last appearance in Boston.
.........****..
ON MONDAY EVENING, OcTOBut 27,
WILL HE I'ltESENTED,
Reynold's celebrated Comedy, (never performed
here, called
FOR TUY0VE'S FOOL.
AP HAZARD, ----- MR. 11ILSON


EN3 D O TFit I PLAT,
favorite Pas de JDeux, byMr. & rs, Parker
/ -- aGJ WoW S----
To conclude with the admired Farce, called the
CRITIC;
OR, A TRAGEDY REHEARSED.
PUFF, - - MR. HILSON
IDLE MAN, No. 3.
Ioie various his employment W -hom the world
Calls idle.
JUST' pnl!ishcd,and fior sale by Cummings &
Hilliard, and RJichardson & Lord, Cori nhill;
Wells & Lilly, Court-st. and Charles Callender,
School-street. Also, Nos. I and 2, as above.
oet7 "2
A New System of Book-keeping.
F BECK'S Evening School for instruction in
Book-keeping upon a new lplan never before
Smude public, will commence on the first 0of No-
vember. This system includes all. the most seltnl
modern improvements, has been adopted by a num-
her of houses in this town, and practically proved
to be the most easy, accurate and. concise of any
that has as yvet been introduced. Those young
gentlemen who wish to commence with the first
dlass, which is limited to ten, will please to leave
their names at No. 4, Cougress-squar-e; any day in
the week between the hours of 3 and 6, P. M.
oct 10 fispis
.8 Seamstress.
AYOUNG wonmaf, whp has served an appren-
ticeship to the Mantua-making business,
wishes employment in a respectable family as a
SEAMSTRESS. Inquire at the Centince Colutt-
ing-room. I oct 27
IVJY2A TED TO'111E,
NEAT and convenient Dwelling-House
pleasantly situated, andi suitable for a small
fiuily-rent moderate. Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Room. epistf aug29
RlOUS'E IV I INVGII.M.
T O ie Let, for one or more years, pleasantly
situated, mod.-rn built Dwe.ling-house,ear,
the centre ofthe town. Said House is large and con-
venient, with ta good cell -, an excellent well of wa-
ter, gocdi)r washing ; and with the above may be
had a qu'ter of an acreofLafd, or more if desired.
Possession eiv-n immeadiatly. Inquire of TIIOM-
AS THIAX' ER, Boston, or HENRYTtIAXTER
of Hinghamr. epis5w %ct 6
SITUiATIO WA.WTED.
RESPECTA3LE middle eged female, fully
capable to do Neelle-work, such as Dress
and Corset making, er Tailoring; being a stranger
here, and having becndisapp sitea din meeting her
hliushandl accordliug to her expectations, would be
willing to make herself useful in a genteel family
Apply at the Centinal Counnting Room. oct 27.
TO BE LEL,
& GENTEEL Dwelling -HOUSE, situated in
1 Elliot street-having two Parlors andKitch-
en on the lower floor, three stories high, with large
Yard and-convenient out-housevsll in good repair.
Apply at the Centinel Counting Room.
<>t 27 2sp

--014


BY WHITWELL, BOND & CO.
On TUESDAY t ext at 9 o'clock,
At loV itkitG;ov; R esp- &t. Si's ;Tfi'ce,
No. 2, XKiLB-STREET -
A general assortment of Seasonable DRY
GOODS. I0 oPATIcUcAn-tI case very superior
French Silk Velvets, blacks, olvet, i owns aind
drahs, suitable fbr capes; I do. sheLior trinPcle
eliuin Galloons; 1 do. black Fr-enach Levantines; 1I
do. black French Crapes; I sdo. flue white Thulle
Laces ; 1 do. gilt Vest Buttons. -
Also-colored Silk Braids; white and colored
Sattins and ric figured Levantines ; first quality
Italian Sewing Silk, assorted colors ; Ladies' Bra-
ver Gloves ; Silk Gloves; Rept. Silks; No. 3
black Ribbons.
A .t110 o'clock, fior account of Uilerwr-iters--a
ease of COTTON THREAIS, assorted, im-
ported ani damaged on board thle London Packet.
At I11 o'clock-4 cases blackltalian Sewing Silk
just imported. --
Teas.
On WEDNESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
Thie,residue of the CantOn Packet's cargo, con-
sisting of Hyson and Young Hyson TI'AS.
Sample chests wdil be exhibited at the Store of
the Auctioneers, asnd the catalogues ready for de-
livery the day previous to the sale.

House Lots on Summer-street and Win-
throp-place.
TrHIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At IME CHIAWS'M HALL,
Weather fair or foul,
15 HOUSE LOTS, situate oun ummer-street
andd Winthrop-place, being part of the estate late of
Gorham Parsons, Esq.
The lots o:1 Summer-street measure from 29
to 32 feet oa- the front, and from 98 to I10 feet in
depth.. The other lots are on the main avenue of
WintLhrop-place, 'and aire 84 and 85 fIeet in depth,
and '25 to 27 feet in width. The width of these
will be varied as far as practicable, to suit purchas-.
ers.
Arrangements arc made for adding to the present
id th of Summer-street, nil tile line of this estate,
a strip of land averaging twenty-two 'teet in breadth.
The munin avenue atof Winthirop Place is thirty-
eight feet ins width, and the houses fhroting therc-
on will be set back six feet on each side, making
the whole opening fifty feet-thesaid space of six
feet to be lsid down to grass, andtl enclosed.
This avenue is connected with Otis Placeby an-
other of thirty-four 'eet in width, hlie houseson the
north side of which will be set bactc six feet, and
the space enclosed.
Both of the avenues will be raised ton a sufficient
height, and the side walks will be broad and unin-
cumbered.
These lots are i.s a neighborhood where houses
commanatd the highest rents for private dwellings.-
'lthose onl the avenue possess the convenience ot be-
ing very retired, and at the same time near to the
centre of business. On the whole, it is believed
there are no lots combining equal advantages now
for sale in town. '1 lie avenues are staked out, and'
plans of the estate, with the principal conditions of
sale, umay be seen at thle Suffolk Insurance 'Of-
lice, at MerchnMts' Hall, and at the Shop of Mr
Asa Lewis on the premises.
Executors Sales of Real Estate.
To be sold at Public Auction, oil THURSDAY,
the first day of Noveober next, at two u'clack,
P. M.
A.valuable FARM, belouuging o tlhe estate of
the late l)eacon David Weld, of Roxbturv, con-
taining eighty twoacres--with a house; large new
barn, a" cellar under a part of it; cider mill
and mill-house-situated in thie Rev. John Brad-
tbra's IParisal, in lRoxbury, about one third of a mile
north-west of the Imeetiuig-house, oi the road lead-
ing to Newton, 7j miles roam the Old State House.
The land is lenced with stone wall and in line or-
der, and well proportioned with listing, orcQiarld-
ing, tillage, pasture and wood lanl, wiith a v'rCety
if young tiuit trees, and well watered at all sea-
sons, it being adjoiuinig the late residence of tihe
deceased. bale on the premises, weather being
fair or ffoul. -
Likewise, at (lie sane time and place-about four
lhIndred acres of wild Land, lying in West-Faur-
lee, ty ty of Orange, ii thie Suite o' V';rinolt.
.A l-one Sharie tm thle Corporatlion ofh NithL
Mlassaclhusetts Turnpike. For t'urth:r particu-
lars, inquire of thie subscribers.
D0AN', WE5LDI, 7,.
AAIRON U. WLLD, "' 4 1 ecu o' .
Boston, Oct. 5. 1841, 7,pis


BYJOHN TYLER. -
Prime Brazil Sugar.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock.
Unn tEU.SS"q- e IVlIok ,
Unavoidably postponed from Thursday,
64 cases irst quality3 broon SUGAR.

Coffee, Sugar and Palm Oil.
On TUESDAY next at II o'clock, .:-
Opposite No. 15, Centralt-w-hV f,
Unavoidably postponed from This Dav,
220 bags, 9 bbls. and I hhd. prime CO'FFEE
equal to Bourbon; 50 hhdfs. New-Orleans SU-
GAR, prime quality; 50casks PALM OIL.

BY S, F. COOLIDGE.
Rice.
THIS DAY at past it o'clock,
.At JVo. 3, 1ndiar-haif,
Forty-five casks RICE.
BY T. K. JONES S C .
THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,
In front of Office,
A second band CHAISE and HAR NESS.-
Alao-a good family EfOJ1SB, 6 years old-sold
only for want of employ.
BY JACOB PEABODY & CO.
On THURSDAY next at 9 o'cloek,
At JACOB PEABODY & Co's Office,
Vo'. 12, KILBY-,S'IREET7,
100 gilt Watches ; 1 Musical Snuff [lox ; I do.
Ladies' Work Box; 1 Piano Forte; few small
and middling size Lookinig Glasses; Wateli Keys;
Seals and Chains.
./1so-a variety of PIECE GOODS.
On MONDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Opposite Jo. 54, Long-wharf, A. sde,
The Hull, Sails, Standing and Iunning
-Rigging, Cable, and A nchors, Masts and
Spars, Boats and Ship Chladlery, of a brig aboUt
200 tons, in lots to suit purchasers.
BY WINSLOW, CHANNING & CO.
.Iard WFiare aind C'ttlery.
THIS DAY s 11 o'clock,
At WINSLOW, CHANNING & Co's' Office,
JVo. 8, Kil.Jdy.STJiETi'
By the package,
A valuable invoice of HARD, WARE, and
CUTLERY, just received, coitsisting.of English
Coflt'e ils ; Locks ; Cdilery, of all sorts; 'But.
tons, &c#4 .lo-English Steel.

Piece Goods.
On MONDAY next at 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVt,
A large assortment of fresh imported PIECE
GOODS, consisting of Broadclotlis Cassimeres ;
Plains ; Flannels; Bo-mbazets ; Vestines.; Satti-
nets; Flennels; steama loom Shirtings; Cambrics'
and Cambric Muslins; cross barred and spotted,
Cravats ; Calico,es; Furnitures; Dimities white
Cravats; mnull Muslins; imtatioa do.; Hikfs.;
Britannias; Velvets; Levantines; Floreices-;
black Galloons ; Ribbons; S'lk Velvets black
Bombazines; Merino Shawls; Cotton Balls;
'Tapes, ke.
.sAo-2 cases superfine blue rmixt and.hareback
SatLinets.
...it Private Sale--justreceived.
2 cases black Tlffeutl Ribbons, Nos. 2, 3, 4and 7;
1 do. hark Galloons; I do. plaid Rihbbos.
BY FAIRFIELD & (3HOATU.-
'TIS1 DAY at 10 o'cloei, s
At FAIRFIELD- & CHOATE'S- Office,
.Mo. 14, CENTIRAL.-STRKI.I;
A valuable assortment of British PIECE
GOODS, viz :-2 bales liaresback and mixed Sat-
tinets ; 1 do. supeifine and fine b;ue Cloths 2 indo.
assorted Flannels; I do. Russia Diapers ; case
Cotton Sewings; I do. Hosiery; t do. colored
Canton. Crapes; 1 do. plaid and fancy figuredil
Cravats; I.do.aSivnsfiwn Vesting,; 2o iark
Prints; 13p. Cambrics; I do.Tancy Muslins,
Gloves, Shawls Bulittons, Ribbons, Sewing Stilk,
Duffils, Kerscys.;Twist, Sc. Sc.
...dit Private Sale...
100 bags Cayenoe Cocoa ; 600 lbs. do. Cloves;
12 lilads. r tailing Molasses; 61)0 Ibs. Loa s Wool
1000 reams Wrapping Paper; 5 s B ble b
zetts; Ido. Duflls; I case Tabby iets
do. Dimities.


BY BLAKE & CUNNINGllAM.
Elegant Fi'niture.
THIlS DAY at 1VI o'clock,
At BLAKE & CUiRNIGssAAM' s OffCo
Ao. 5, KAILBY-STIRE7I.
Thle following articles of elegitrt FURNI-
TURE, viz :--.1 pair fashionable Greciant Card
Tables, on Castors ; imabhoganuy Bureau ; I Pert-
broke Table; I Wash Stand ; gilt liraned-sLool,
ing Gh.sses ; lirussels Carpt i KidIdermin-
ster Carpet ; Hearthl Rug; set Burnished gilt
Waiters; rich cut Glass Dishes; bngirs ;- Wa-
ter Carolfs ; TumIblers ; Wines ; plied Can-
dlesticks ; warranted Patent Timepi-ce;. Patler
Grate, brass mounted ; steel Slovel a uo 'Togs ;
Fender; a pair of English Astral Lainmpis, witli
double globes ; 12 mahogany. Chairs, As itii hair
seats ; 12 Fancy.do.
Aleo, to oatisfy q debt-t mahogany Secretary ;
1pair Card -'ables ; t L'ght Stanu ; I Dlinin,
Table; Looking Glass ; Dish Covers; brass iFire
Set CaGstors; Waiters ; Bed; Windos Cur-
tailus, Sc.
At 11 o'clock-24 boxes genuine CologneiWateri;
a few boxes, Starch.

Feathers, quitts, 'c.
On TUESDAY text atit o'clock,
AS AhOVE,
.0 bales Feathers, cf good quality ; 17 do. con-
taining U00 M. Russia Quills ; 2 boxes brown Ha-
vanaSug'ar"; ) reaus stout Wrapping Paper ; 24
dozen Floor Brushes.
BY FRANCIS WILBY.,
'lllS DAY at 11 o'clock, '
Tine subscriber tioving to town, will sell a great
variety of genteel and useful lHousehold. FUKN-j
TUBE, among which are Sideboards; set of Ta,
bles; Bleds and Bedsteaids; Bureaus; Pier and
Looking Glasses; Tables; File Sets ; Carpct-
Rugs; Sofas, &c.. &c. cut Glass Ware; Kitchen
Furniture, and a variety At farming utensils.
At 12 o'clock, the House will be let Ionr the ensu-
ing six months, itf not previously disposed -of.
also, will be sold--ia valuable ilOI.SE. The
premises, which are oi the old lower road to Mil-
toil in Dorchester, may be viewed at any time, on
applying to Mr. S.I. Prince, opposite.
.1. d. HENSHAW.

Brown Havana Sugar.
TUESDAY next a It t'clik,
At J.A'. 31, Central AI'ltaff
100 boxes brown Havana SUGAR, of superior
quality, entitled to debenture; 100i holds. N. E.
Rum.

BY DANIEL HERSEY.-
Rare Chance.
On WEDNESDAY, 7th November,
Will be sold at Public Auction, without reserve,
A valuable lot of LAND, where a block of
buildings may ba built, situated on Lyon-street,
making thle corner of Lynn atnd F'oniter.strcets,,
measuring on lIynn-st. 84 feet, on Forster-st. 108
feet, and -unning back on a pa:tsige-w;y leading to
Chlarter-st. 55 'eet ; there is a small tenement and
good well of water on tie same, and offers at, ex-
cellent opportunity for a person "who wishes to in-
vest his property in Real e Estate, where he may be
sure of realizing good interest tIb his money, it
being a good niieghbo huod, and wi!I always com-
mand good tenants. Sale on the pcmises at I 'clk

Public Auction.
To be sold at Public Auction, by order of Court,
on SATURDAY, the 117th inst at S o'clock, P.
M. on thle premises,
All the Real Estate of Ephlraim Alley, late of
Lynn, in the county of l'hssx, rordwaiii:cir, dcc,:asd,
consisting sfa Dwelling-htouC Aal lad iri, a[M si Miut
one and an aluaft'acre aot Land, situated tlea* tlec:.st-
ern end made known at the thine and phlu cc t :ilu.
NATliL .[l.l-A, .., ".
L.ynn. Oct. 3, 1821.


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FOR THE CENTINEL FOUNT.
.ORIGINAL SKETCHES.
S PRING with its flowers has gone,
And Summer's genial heat has now passed by,
A vazrin tint is o'er the landscape thrown,
.nd Winter's reiga is nigh.
i.The leaves of every ettree i
*i] Hang quivering so the rude autumnal gale,
l t through the bougls sighs sad and mournfully,
Atid sweeps the lonely vale.
.The songsters of the grove,
That woke the morn with many a merry song
Frought with delightful harmony and love,
The wreaths of green among-
IHave sought a warmer sky.
The vaporous clouds are hurrying swiftly past,
Pil- upon pile in brightness sailing by,
Bounce on the northern blast.
And it is pleasant still,
To seek the groves where once we loved to roam,
When fields were green and the soft gushing rill
Glitter'd with sparkling foam,
And mark the change. For where
Before, the trees were clad in brightest green,
And the sweet landscape smiled divinely fair,
How desolate the scene.
The scattered leaves of red, [ground
Swept from -their boughs all atrown upon the
A silent loveliness-a fearful dread
Reigns through the groves around.
Thus 'tis with life. The Spring
Of Youth with budding flowers is bright and gay,
But years roll on-hours without numbering
Unheeded pass away.
Then follows crippled Age.
The bending form the sturdy staff befriends;
'Till full of years man quits this being's stage,
And life's short drama ends. OSCAR.

FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.

DOG-GETTS'
REPOSITORY OF .1RTS,
ENTRANCE No. 16, MARKET-STREET.
T HIS new and elegant establishment is fitted up
in the first style, and open for public inspec-
tion this day: The proprietors flatter themselves
that the visitors will find the Gallery a source of
pleasure and gratification, superior to any other of
the kind in the United States. '
Ladies and Gentlemen, admirers ofthe Fine Arts,
in Boston and its vicinity, are most respectfully in-
vited to view the most valuable collection of Cabi-
net Piiintings that ever has been exhibited in Amer-
ica, the greater part of which have adorned the
various Palaces and Cabinets on. the Continent
of-Europe, and are in -elegant frames .and in the
highest state of preservation. Amongst them will
be found rare specimens of the following Painters,
viz ;-
Sir Anthony Vandyk, Yelvett Brurghe,
Rembrant, Van Huysum,
Chude Loraine,. (C,'netius Pnlemburgh,
Giovanni Gisolfi, Terwesten,
.Carache, : ansatlletti,
Nicola Poussin, Zuesreilli,
TVmn. Mieris, Adam Van Oort,
,Watteaq ... T'. Sully,
Rothenamer, Sir Peter Lely,
*J.D. De Heem, Itaphael,
Berchem, Pt-erugina,
"Trevisani, M. Angelo Caravaggio,
'iVm. Viaadervcelde, Adrian Van Ostade,
Paul iBrill, J .ordeans, .
Barent Graaf, Adrian Brower,
Rysdael B'srker, Roland Savery,
gir.P. Paul Rubens, Hemskirch,
T"t. tuti, Simon Verelst,
Albert EBuyp,, Salvator Rosa,
C etird Laresie, Jaques Stella,
Das;d 'I enniel's, Vernet,
asperr Poussin, I assan, ,
T 'bv'riel Mets'a, 'erge NMorland,
Wouvremans, Krinnimel,
*ith inriy other artists of- high merit, too fAt-
amerbus to insert. For further partialars refer to
the descriptive Catalogue published it 1,2j cents.
Gallery-open every dayf.room 8 to sunset. Ad-
snittanee 25 cents. Subscribers oft t will be en-
titled to free admnision during the whole time of
exhibition. epti" oct20


S-- :- l.m ,.... -

.1 VERY Day anhdfive Even ings in the'week for
a short time, t libe seen at exhibition Hall No
23, Hanover-street, -
TitHE LEARNED ELEPHANT
being the most docile and sagacious of any one aver
exhibited in Europe or'Amerieia. .
Also, for the inspection of the curious, and grat-
ification of the Friends sf Imprpvements, a Patent
Ralway and Elegant Fi ncy Coach. Those sitting
iin it can propel themselves with one finger very
'rapidly to the upper extdlit of the Railway.
With-a variety of Prints, among which are
twelve, representing the Battles of Bonaparte, and
his retreatfrom Moscow, -e. in 1812.
Admittance 25 Cents-Children half price.
oct 17 tf

STAGE NOTICE.
VH, Dedham Stage, will run every day in the
l week (except Sunday,) from Barnard's, N'.
9,inm-streult, et 3 o'clock, 1'. M. and Gragg c
Alden's, at Derdiam, at 7 A. M. during winter.
Fare 50 Cents. JOHN ELLIS.
cet 20

CORONER'S NOTICE.'
A DESURIVTION of the clatis on a deadl body
found on Marsfifield beach, on the 27ii Sept.
121: a white cotton sluirt, striped cotton tiro ers,
a blue nankin waiscoat, a plaided cotton jacket, andil
a brown great coat, p his pocket was a small cotton
handkerchief marked.P. R. in it .was tied up 40
121 centt pieces, one quarter of a dollar and one 20
cenit piece. Several parts of the body being gone,
'it could not wel be described, but from appear-
ance was a large size rman. -
JAM5iS DINGLEY, Coroner.
MJarshfield, Oct. 13, 1821.
JOHN, A. LAPHAM,
"WBSPEC'nFULLY' acquaints his friends and
'. the public, that lie, has commenced thIe Ba-
Iking Bhsines, ii RoxbItry-street, at the stand late-
ly improved by H. Brown k Co. where he will
he h1tlpy to ecomniiiodate those who may favor
ilm with-tlheir custom, with every varietfof Bread,
as good and cheap as, cmn be furnished either in
town or country.
Dinner and Supper Rolls.prepared for parties or
families at short notice. Gentlemen who may
tu inh their farilie. supIplfed with Bread, Cakes or





S"13AAA V, -,. OODRICH, Stationer, No. 76,
State-street, will supply persons in want o
laying Citrds, by the groce, dozenor single pack
a "t s low prices as they can be obtained at the
minauinctories. Figured or plain backs,all quali-
ties. Persons in want of the above would find it
to their advantage to forward orders to I. W. G.
l ar any quantity, 3Si sepit 29

HOGS IISTLES.
pASH (460 cents pet pond) will be given, for
first tality HOGS 1CRISTLES, at LANE
& lUtNEWELL's. Dock-aq.
0t:'Shoe makers' Bristles tor sale as above.
nov ti lonil'ins


SOUCHOYG TEAJS.
Ct CHESTS Souchong Tea, cargo of the
300O ship Voltnteer, fbr sale by BORD-
MAN POPE, No. 37, Indin-whart. ,ct -20
S Fresh Fruit and Wine.
FOR Sale, landing from brig Paragoa, in a short
passage from Mailaga,
1400 easka Sun Raisins ; 30 half do. do.
100 t trails Figs; 00 qr. casks Moun ain Wiine..
Apply to ELIJAH LORING, No. 53 Lonig-.wbrt;
or FISKE & BRIDGE, N'. 8 Parkman's Build-
ings. oct 20
NEW FLOUR AD TOBACCO.
fO LIVER, BORLAND & ABBOT, No. 21,
'.Cefitral-wharf, have for sale. landing fi-om
brig Silvester Haley-100 bbls. Flour, Gallago's
brand, from new wheat; 50 kegs No. 1 Tobacco,
8 hands.
From sch. Globe,-90 kegs No. 1 Tobacco, 8
hands, J. G. Ege's brand.
In Store-800 kegs prime Richmond Manufac-
tured Tobacco, of various brands, 8 hands to the
pound. oct 20
.Molasses, Flour, Oil, &c.
CAARTWRIGHT & MITCHELL, No. 26 In-
dia-street, offer for sale,
60 hhds. prime Molasses,
800 bbls. superfine and fine Flour,
60 casks Rice,
20 do. Summer strained Sperm Oil,
35 do. Winter pressed do. do.
80 bbls. racked Whale do.
75 boxes Sperm Candles. 2w oea20
SALMON.
R ECEIVED by the schr. Cherub, from Hali-
fax, 40 bbls. Salmon.
Abso by schr'. Gen. Greene.
50 bbls. Salmon, all offirist quality.
...[JV STOlE...
A few kids of Salmon put up in prime order for
family use, for sale byh
oct" 13 GEO. L. DEBLOIS & CO.
.New Flour, Sperm Candles, qc.
SIX HUNDRED,bbis. new Whluet superfine
Flour ; 100 boxes neww Sperm Candles ; 100
galls. Winter Oil, first quality, n(.w landing.
...I.L' STORE...
3000 galls. Winter Oil,
100 bbls. Reechied Whale Oil,
230 bbls. superfine andI fine Flour,
3 qr. casks L. P. Madiera,
65 tiwrees Rice,
For sale by CARTWRIGHT & MITCHELL,
N6. 6, Central-wharf. oct 13
GLASS, TIN AND LEAD.
Af4 0 BOXES English Crown Window Glass,
assorted sizes, 6 ly 8 to 12 by 16 inches,
100 boxes Tin Plates,
S30 rolls Sheet Lead, 3 to 8 Ibs.
30 casks Patent Shot, all sizes,
3 tons New-Orleans Bar Leatd,
-100 casks best English Tower Proof Pjwder,
6 casks Brass Kettes, in nests,
3 tons London Blistered Steel,
30 bundles Sheet Iron, large sheets,
50 bundles Iron Wire, assorted,
I to 2 inch London Lead Pipe,
English and American Hollow Ware,
6 Cast Irqn Book Cases and Chests, with extra
keys," '
4 cases Milliand o eut Saws,
Nails. Brads and Tacks, with a general assort-
ment- of HARD WARE GOODS, for sale by
JOHN ODIN, No, 11, Dock-squai'e. oct 13
CROCKERY WARE.
JACKSON & EAYRES.
Nio. 12, JBROAD-STREET,
AVII received by the ship Jasper, from Liv-
crpool-70 crates CROCKERY WARE. oct 13
FOR SALE,
50 SHARES in New-'England Bank ; 6 per
0j cent. Stock, 1,812, 1813,.1814; 7 per cent
Stock; I Share in Boston Theatre ; Shares imt
Fire and Marine Insura'ce -Office; do. in New-
England Insurance Office; do. in Boston Mar.ine
Insurance office. Inquire of STEPHEN BROWN,
Broker, 12 Exchange-street,- --

HATS, GLOVES A.N D HOSIERY.'
CALEB HARTSHORN,
A. Ao. 19,.C URA'HILL,
g- AS for sale men's.super-fine Hats of. the Bos-
liJ. ton Factory; 2d and 3d quality do.; men's
napped Hats; imitation Beaver do.; boys' black
and drab Hats.
..; GLOVES.
Men's super Buck Gloves; ddo. o. doe skin do.;
do. do. York tan do.; do. patent tawn do. ; do.
Beaver do.; do. black and white silk do.; do. fur
do. ; ladies' drab patent do.; do. wash do. ;.ino.
black and whitp silk do.; do. asserted kid do.
HiOSIEIRY.
Ladies' black, white, and slate worsted Hose;
do. black atd white silk do. ; Men's black, white,
and mixed worsted Hose; do. do. do. do. half do.;
do. white anl mixed lambs wool do. do.: do. black
ansl white silk Hose ; boy's white and mixed worst-
ed and lambs wool half do.
Men's and boys'Fur Caps, and made at all times
to order; a variety of Fur Trimmings ; white
Pongees, of a superior quality; silk and coEton
Umbrellas ; ladies', men's, and misses' oiled'
Socks, a good thing forchlilblares ; Galloon biud-
ing; Bands and Duckles "Morocco Skivers.
oct 13

JOEL CARTER,
S AS recently received frnom tle/'sIanufaeturers,
S anid for sale at Chambers No. 9, Market-
,roI fronting Cornhill, a large assortment of Cot-
ton and Woollen Goods, viz:-Broadcloths i Cas-
sinseres ; Satinets; Sheetings: Shirtings; Gig.-
haris; Checks ; Stripes ; White Jrnunes ; Cham-
brais ; Table Cloths; Boneretanoi Knitting'Cottons ;
Sewing Cottons; Yarns and BtI Quilt WadVngs,
which added to his former stock, comprises every
article in the Domestc line. purchaserss are respect-
fully invited t eall :ind examine.
Auso-Machline Cards of every description fur-
nish ed at short notice, made by one of the most
experienced workmen in. the country.
sept 2 1 vtf
NE IVW ESTAliSHAIENT.

THOMAS CHILD,
S.At his Store int -ack-street, Cuaicstiown,
OIrOSTiN.; lMlt. lhims' SOAP MA.NUIjAeCTOIY,
O IFFERS for sahl, a good assortment orf W. I.
S GOODS AND GROCERIES, of the first
quality, among which are-Hyson, Young Hyson,
lHyson Skin and Souichontg Teas'; Jaumaica. St.
Croix and N.E. Rum ; t'ognac Brandy ; Holland
and American Gin ; Sicilyh Madeira, Lisbon and
Malaga Wines, which arc of superior quality,.with
a variety of other luu'Iieks usually kept in a.W. I.
Goods Stmre, all which will be sold as cheap as can
be bought lit nusy Store in Charleslown.
Any of the ,hove Goods that may be purchliased
sand that does not give perfect satistaction t > rea-
snnable people will be received back and tIe mon-
ey returned. Goods sent to any part of the town
'within one mile,,gratis.
Out Country Brethren can be accommodated
wits a barn and shed for their horses, with a con-
venient yard for their waggons, &c. A shareof
public patronage is solicited.
N. B. All persons that hIave been indettedl to
said Cldtt, fuomi 3 years to 6 months, are request-
ed to make immediate payment, tnd those more
recently indebted are reminded that short reck-
ouing make long friends." As the request is rea-
sonable it is expected that ptrumpit attention will be
paid to it 6w oet 13

UMBRELLAS.
I ARGE and smanl size silk Umbrellas ; Ging-
1 ham, oiled clothi, and cotton (lo.
Old frames new covered and repaired, at very
low prices, at No. 20, Msrlboro'-stieet a lew floors
south of the meetimg-house, by JOHN ASHTON,
jun. 6,v out 13
FRESH DR UGS.


JUST ecchied from Europe and India, ninety
pack ges of Drugs and Medicines, and tlor
sale "ita naU lladvance, by CHARLES IMTE,
No. 1, 3tarlboro'-street, corner of WinteuleWcet.
(zCountry 'Traders, Physicians, and Private-
Families will have particularattention paid to their
orders, and mitll lutieles wall be put up of tihe first
qwialty and at ihe lowest mar-l.et prices.
ut 6 5w


VITRIRL AJVD AJQAPOBTIS.
g3rM CARBOYS Oil Vitriol 100 dIo. Auatfor-
sa.le tis, warranted equal to any imported-
for saleby ANIDREW J. ALLEMN', No 66, State-
street. oet20
BLACK CRA. VITS.
S BLACK Taffeta CRAVATS, of a su-
44 perior !uality--for sale by JAMES
ILRUSELL, 61,.(ornhill. oct20
LACES, GLOVES, &c. :
FINE Thread laoes and bEdging ; extra long
white Kid Gloves ; white, black and colored
Habit do. & 'plai and pearl'd edge Taffety Rib-
bons .soft Satin do. ; Garniture do.:; Merino
Trimmings ; linen Cambries'and Handlkerchiefs-
ust received and for sale at No. 61 Cdr hill, by
oct2. JAMES RUSSELL.

.MBRI'O SHJiWLS.
WHITNEY & HASKELL.
S ./YO. 29 2 I9t.RKI.BT-STREET.
AVE just received I case of Merino Long
Shawls, containing white, scarlet, amaranth, and
black. Also, several scarlet arid white Imitation
Cashmer. Long Shawls of elegant patterns,
I case 4.4, 7-4, and 8-4 red and white Merino
St awls, containing a very ric' ahnd extensive va-
riety. oct 20

ELEGAj.NT LOJVDON CLOTHS.
WM. C. HALL.
MNo. 34, BROAD-STREET--U STAIRs,,
,H AS tor sale, received by thi London Packet,
200-pieces extra real West ofEEngland Broad-
cloths and Kerseymeres, fashionable colors, for
Great Coats, Sirtouts, Coats, Pantaloons and
Vests ; 2 pieces extra fine blue Ladies' Cloth. l'he
above were selected from the best manufactories
in Gloucestershire, Somersetshire and Wiltshire,
and is the largest assortment of extra line Cloths
and Kerseymeres offered in this market for many
years. 200 pieces fashionable Vestings; 70 pieces
black Tabby Velvet; 100 pieces Cotton Shirting;
48 pieces English Flag Hdkfs.; superior black and
blue Twist; do. Italian Sewing Silk; drab and
black Cont Buttons; Coat Binding, &c. ; Coats,
Pantaloons and Vests.
.qlsc--4 cases and I trunk BOOKS, latest Lon.
'don editions ; Shakspeare's Plays; Cumberland's
British Drama; Priestley's Bible; Blair's Ser-
mons >and Lecturee, &-c. &c. which invoice is offer-
ed 33 to 75 less than appraised at the Custom
House on oath,by Mr. William Hilliard of the
late firm of Cummings & Hilliard, Booksellers,
Cambridge and Boston. All the papers, with the
invoice, (said to be so very low charged,) .id, the.
appraisment gentle.nen are requesteR to inspect at
my Store. Orders solicited for any Books or Sta-
tionary, at the prices entered at the Custom House,
ftr a single copy or any number ef copies, which
will be executed with pleasure at the above low
rates, and warranted genuine editions, direct from
the publishers. All orders received by the 1st of
December will be executed, and the Books imper-
ted in the London Packet.
Clothes made in the latest London fashion, and'
best manner, as above. oct 90

WA TCH LIGHTS.
UST received-, case WATCH LIGHTS.
S the mi-sLt convenient and safe one, which has
ever been invented-tor sale by A. J. ALLEN,
NO. 66, State-street. Oct 20
LIVE GEESE FkJATHERS.
i-ES I' kiln dried Conneclicut live geese Feath-
Sers ; best Southern live geese Feathers;
t-sian, Sicily and other common Feathers,
by the bale, or in sucht quantities as families may
want; Yarn Coverlets; Rose and Point Blan-
kets; Con'mfortables; Marseilles Bed Quilts; Eng-
lish white Cotton Counterpanes; fine and common
Bedicking ; green tnd crimson Morteens; Frin-
"ges ; Tassels ;- Chintz, Bed, Dimity, Carpet and
cushion Bindings; Curtain Pins ; Curtain Rings;
Carolina Moss ; curled Hair, duc.
.3lso- best Hair Mattresses, of all sizes; best
Down and Featherl Beds; common and servants
Beds, of all prices.
.0p'Passengers will always find cheap Cabin
Mattresses, Sheets, Blankets, Rugs, Pillows-ard
Plllow Cesi e. "b'ty ,A,-t
For st.le at the Jfleddlin Warehouse, No 1,
Ann-street, near the market, by JOHN K.
SIMPSON, surviving partner of the late firm of
Pomroy & Simpson, where Carpets, Curtains,
&c. are cut and made, and all kids of Upholstry
work executed in the best manner.
oct L0 4;s4los

Harlem Tapes, Sewing Silk, '(c.
C. J. ADAMS,
TIT ^No. 73, CORNTImLL,
AS JUST RECEIVED,
400 doz. best Harlem 'Tipes, all Nos.
100 lbs. Italiat Sewing Silk, superior quality,
200 bundles best London Pins,
200,000 Silver eved Needles, warranted the
20,00 do. dlo. iarniers, best.
...OJV/ HAJV'D...
A complete assortment of Threads ; Knitting,
Floss and Tambour Cotton ; Pearl, Lace and
Wire Buttons; black !nd plated 1'ooks and Eyes;
gilt Clasps, for Reticules; Silk Twist; Worsted
Yarn; Table Mats ; Kibbnns ; Silk Braids; Cot-
ton and bilk Cords; Bedtick Binding, &c. e.
Ajlso, just received,
1 bale Welch h'lam,els ; I do. Blankets,
I do. BoinLazetts,
2 do. Russia Diapers; 2 do. do. Crash,
2 cases dark Calicoes,
1 do. white Marseilles Quilts,
1 do. Irish Linens,
Furniture Ditmities; Carlisle Ginghams ; Cot-
ton and Linen Cambries ; Cambric Muslins ; Rus-
sia Damask; Muslin Cravats; Cassimere bhawls;
colored Canbrics ; Worsted lose, &e.
kVALTH.HM41 COT.O'Ss
Constantly tor sale, some of which are extra fine
Ginglams ; Cheeks ; Bedticks ; Coverli s ; Tow
Cllsth ; American Flannel, &c.
C. J. A. will purchase Woollen' Yarn, of all
kinds; striped Froeeing; 'Woollen Socks, Re.
oct 6 6w ,

aVakin and Canton Crapes.
WHITNEY & HAS KELL,
JV0. 29, M.IRIKET.STREET,
AVE recently opened a nca, aud extensive
Sassnitatnt of Canton Goads, consisting nf
8 cases uf 19, 20. and 21 yards, black, colored,
plain and frilled Nankin Clapes, of Ith best quali-
ty imtokrted. A few pieces neuw s telrior double
crimped Nankin Crapes, black and shilte, 2S to
24 yards ; C cases of Canton Craprs, black nid c-.
lored 1 case of 8-4 Nankin Crape Shaiwls, sery
heavy; 1 do. of very superior double chi hii black
Levantines; cases of Sitchaws ; Sarsnets ; Floren-
tines ; black Silk Hdkfs. of the best qailv ; back k
anid asserted Sewing Silks, &e. S. w out 5
THOMAS EVERETIT,
A'o. 62, j./RAR IT-S'RiEAT,
HIAS just received obr retail, a complete assort-
meant of Hosiery and Gloves ; real plaid Flo-
rences ; double chained black lndia Levantin's ;
Pelisse Cloths, and single milled Kerse-nmeres for
pelisses; super and ctinmon Broiadelottla and Ker-
seymeres ; fancy and white Valencia Vestings
low priced and line figured and plain 'ombazetta ;
Jaconet Muslins and gentlemen's Cravats; Salis-
bury-and comm;'n Flannels; 100 dozen s woaiiio's
black and slate worsted Hose; 150 doz. beaver and
kid GIloves. t tf oct i
PREM1UM BRASS FIRE SETS
J OlIN MOLINEU^i, Brass Founder, No. 8,
MIt'arshahl's hie, atljouiuogBostoo Stone, offers
for sale, the two Brass F1UE SETS, wvhiclt gained
the Premiums, awarded ely the Massachusetts
Charitable Machanic Association. Likewise, a
gener;'sl ssortmelitof brassFiRE SETS, LAMPS
&c. ot tile i;'at qu;tilv. 2mn oct 06
JVew Carpetin.gs--per Heralu.
JOSEPH G. BACON,
H JVo. 18 and 20, .4IARKET-S'.tEET,
JAS just received, per' Herald, f'oino Liverpool
-; treshli supply of line and superfine Ingrain Car-
peting, new and e!egtnt patterns,


A great variety ot Wool Rugs, suitable for do.
A splendid assortment of Brussels, Imperial and
Wilton Rugs,
Tartan Plaid Table Cloths, all sizes,
Doylies to match, s
Chintz Carpet Binding,
bupertiine green and 3cllow Quality Binding.
sept 29 l2v


Prize Cloths aid Cassimners. W.OTICE.
JNO. WILSON &f CO. ,No.4?and 8; State- M t Nopaatnershi, heetofor O existing under
street, have just received and fdr sale, the the lfirmai o rUCK IRMANi ROGERS
premium Cloths and Cassimeres, exhibited at (',USING, is by mutual consent usstlved.
brighton-together 'with their lbimer Stock of ix-- DWARD'TUCKERiMAN, '
cellept Goods, comprise as great a variety ni can SAMUEL ROGERS,
possibly he'found. Plaid and Camblet;Coas and s THOMAS P. CUS- ING.
Cloak., Woodstock Buck and Doe Skin Gloves, tDWARD 't'UCKElM AN t taTHOMAS
Webb's,patent'Suspenders, etc. etc. oct t3 PARKMnAN CUSHING, will continue to do busi-
-. -..... .. ness under the firm of
Paper Hanging and Upholstry TUCKERMAN & CUSHING.
WAREHOUSE, They will,-tfor the present, occupy' the Store of
'YVo. 68, CorzMill, Bostson. Samuel Parkmani, Esq. No. 12, Merelhants'-row,
TBUMSTEAD & SON, where they offer tor sale, a new importation of
Importers and Mauufiucturers, J prime BRITISH and IRISH GOODS, suited to
Keep constantly tfor sale-a prime assortment of the present season.
t riENEI AwnD AX, ICANe : SAMUEL ROGERS, will continue to
PAPER HAJGIXVGS. occupy the Store, No.,3, Market-street, and is
(All the atest French Fashiofis, from the fitt now receiving a general assortment of seasonable
Matufactories in Paris, are regularly received. GOODS. -
Countr Meran supplies with Paper, All persons idebted to the late firm of TUCK-
suited to tlieir trade, on very literal terms. ERMAN, ROGKe IS & CUSHING, are request-
__ ed to make immediate payment to the subscribers,
i'PHOLSF'l'IR who are duly authorized to settle the accounts of
El,.:,csd awl Wtiealed M'oric.ns; Ball and com- that concel-u. TUCKERM AN & CUSHING
re.on rnin g- n irJi..-i iii.d T'iasel I.ive Geese aug256 tf .No. 12, Mlerchants'-rowe


acd ommon Feathe-s,' Beds; Mattresses; Pew
Cushions, &c. ce.
I'tiJpholstry work done asusual. tf sept 29
CRCKERY -NJD GLASS WiARE.
BEO. T. & JOHN WALDRON have re-
.eeived by the recent arrivals, a large assort-
ment of
Crockery and Glass Ware,
Which they offer on the lowest terms for cash or
approved credit, at No. 40, Broad-street, Store
lately occupied by Mr. Win. Audrews.
oct 6 4w
DRUGS..
I AYNARD & NOYES havejjust received by
IWI the London Packet a fresh 'supply of Drugs
and. Medicines, which, with those obtained from
other sources, make an extensive assortment. A-
mongithem are Phosphorus; Phosphuret of Lime;
Cobalt; Litmus; Oxalie Acid'; Oxymnuriate of
Potash ; Fluor Spar; Cheltenham Salts; Colehi-
cum Autumnale, S&e.-Also Surgeon's Instru-,
ments of various kinds.,
MN. & N, manufacture and keep constantly for
sale, Medical Prussic Acid;, Soda Powders; R*-
chelle Powders, and Ink Powder of the most ap-
l'proved quality. 48, Cornhill. oct 13
PELISSE CLOTHS, dfe.
"OHN FOSDICK offers for sale, an extensive
91 assortment of PELISSE CLOTHS, compris-
ing Navy blue, Mazarine do., blacks, browns, ol-
ives, and drabs, some very-fine. Also-I bale fine
Navy blne HABIT CLOTHS ; do. fine light
CASSIMERJES, &e. &fc.-for sale at 75 Market-
street. 2m sept 15

London Dolls and Toys.
aI OO GROCE Dolls for sale cheap, by groec
lW.. or dlozn, all sizes; a great'variety of
extra size, with ornamental hair, by lateaurrivals.
A great assortment cheap Toys. Inquire of ELI-
Z:41BETH RANDALL, No. 48, Warren-street.
.su22 6w

ROSE WATER.
OR sale at No. 30, Merehants'-row-10 demi-
johns double and 4 do. single distilled ROSE
WATER, fresh made from Damask Roses of the
present season.. 6t sept 22
J14REMIAH FITCH & CO.
JW r JVo. 5 and 7. arket-.street,
.IAVE received by the ships Trieton, Milo and -
Falcon, from Liverpool, a vwry extensive assort
ment of Woollen, Cotton, and Silk Goods, suitable
for the present and approaching season, which are
offered for sale on reasonable terms for cash or
credit, consisting of
Superfine wad common black navy blue and drnab
Broadcloths,
Black-ind col'dplain and twilled Bombazetts, -
Colovued figured do. elegant patterns and fash-
iOuable colors,
Black, olive, brown, pearl, dark blue, and green
Tabby Velvets,
o doo Superior quaalityoe
r-n, 8-4, 9-4, and 10-4 Rose ilatikets,
Olive Flushins gs.
Light and dark drb5 Kerseys, soume very fine,
An elegantassortmneiediianc Wand printed Valen.
cia Vestings,
White, yellow, crimson, green and scarlet Flan-
nels,
Olive, brown anid drab Coatings,
Mlazarine blue, drab, lavender, maroon, plain
and twilled Pelisse Cloths,
9-8-aitd 6-4 white Colton Cambricks,
7-8 and 4-4 Irish Linens, of a superior fabric
and bleach.
Blue and white patch, and fancy colored superi-
or and common Calicoes,
Britaniias ; superior imitation Madrass Hdkfs.
8-4 Chintz Shawls,
Gentlemen's assorted Beaver Gloves,
Do. plain assorted mixed Worsted Hose,
Ladies ba ack and colored do.
4-4 and 6-4, fancy Muslins, of almost every des-
orietIion,
No. 20, 22, 25, 30, 250 and 300 white and colr.
ed Linen Thread,
Catton Sewings in skeins by the pound in Nos.
front 30a 100,
Do. to. in balls, for family use, put up in small
eegWant boxes No. 1, from SO3 a 100,
-4 plain fringed, and print6t Cassimere Shawls,
Ly)wies' black and oWhite habit Silk Gloves and
spunt Silk do.
1-2 5-8 and 3-4 yds. deep lack Lace face Veils,
Gentlhemen's black antd s hite Silk Gloves.
sept 12 4is4os

ELEGJ.tAT SOFAS.
JUST qICEIVEDn,
At the Sign of the Looking Glss,
No. 28, CORNHILL,
A FEW elegant SOFAS and COUCHES, of
1 superior workmanship, warranted stuffed en-
tirei with the bestof curledhair,and much cheaper
than can be bought at s ny other Shop or Wa;tre-
house, of the same quality, in Boston.
SAlso-a lew best MATTRASSES and Feather
BEDS, of superior quality ; with almost every
oilier article for house-keeping, tke

That well known Stand,
Xo. 23, NEWBIURr-STJEET, BOSTON;
THE LION TAVERN.
rerfl Sub-cribtet, formerlyy of Worcester, and
J recently of Medtord,) lias taken the abovecon-
venientand spacious establishment, where he lopes
by assiduous attention to his employment, and the
exertion of a reasonable amhitioji to please antd ac-
coanit late, he staall merit a proper share of tIhe
public patronage.
His Inr wi ll be furnished with the choicest Liq-
'iors, where his guests may ret'resch themselves on
the nost reasonable terms.
STrivellcis are invited to call at Is house for en-
tertaiten t, they may be assured of goodatreat-
Attichd to the establishment arc large and con-
venient Stables, where every attention will be paid
to ithe horses of travelle-s, and where they may, be
under the inspection oft their owinviers.
6 B hw '*rIlO.MAS STEVENS.

Norfolk, ss. Probate Court at Ded-
Iitm, October 2i, 18921.
N tlite reprTes nuttion atl petition of Joseph




. of eight hundred tnd nitiseteen dollars swenty-six
Scents, for the payment of hiis just debs, atnd in atd-
dtioasl lutenof*il fotr ia eientalt charges, ii, manner
prescribed by law.
Ordered, tlat thie consideration thercof be refer-
red to a Prolate Court to be rholden at Quinecy, o
the second. Tuesday of Nnvember next. at 3 o'clock,
1'. M. then and tlterc to be decided on. Arid the
said administrator is hereby Ordered, to notify nill
persons interested therein,ly publishing an attest-
cd copy of this order iu thIe Cslumbian 'entinel.
pril.ted in Boston, three weeks successively, prior
to s;id time, that they may then and there appear,
and ithey shall be heard concerning the same, if they
see caase.
EDWVARD II. RiOBUINS, J. of Probate.
Copy Attest,
SAMUEL HAVEN, Register,


EONARD C. BOWLES, No. 18, Cornhill,
S has received by the London Packet, a comi-
plete assortment of Stationary and fancy Goods,
which are offered wholesale and retail at fair pri-
cesa tfor cash or approved credit, viz.
Superfine, large, hot-prbssed, wove, gilt, andu
plain edged LETTER AND BILLET PAPER,
Do. large and small do. stamped Bath gilt, plaiu
'and black edges,
Drawing Paper various sizes,
Gold;, silver, embossed ana ivory paper, ,

Fancy coloured, morocco, dn*.' plain san figured,
Writing Parchment; Tissue Paper, I
Reeye's and Newman's Water Colours, some
complete Boxes, with lock, drawer, &c.
Camels Hair anmit Swans Quill Pencils,
Mi'ddletons fine Lead Pencils for drawing,
Drawing Books and Schlool Pieces,
Clarke's and Reeve's superfine marking Ink,
WValkden's Ink Powder, and J:ipan Ini,
Ink Stands, Sand Boxes and Waler Seals
50,000 Quills, from 4 to 530 per M.
Superfine and comnimon large and small Wafers,
do. do. red and clack Sealing Wax-,
Ambrosial, Windsor and Faney Soap,
Fire Screen Handles; Card Racks,
Ladies' Morocco Work Boxes and) Mew and
InDoCotton Ball Boxes and Bas- handsome
kets, with Chinese ornaments, Patterns,
Wallis' Dissected Maps of the World, America,
Europe, England, &c.
Dissected Puzzles, Pictures and Alphabets, ke.
A. llso for sale as above,
100 reams American Foolscap Paper, from 3 to
S5 per ream,
Reams Letter and Pot do. from 2 50 to F6
per ream,
Best and common Playing Cards by the gross or
dozdn,
Backgammon Boards; Pocket Books,
Mathematical Instruments,
Gutiter's Scales and Dividers,
RODGER'S fine Penknives, Scissors and Ra-
zors,
50 dozen Day and Martin's real Japan Black-
Likewise a. general assortment of liscellaneous,
School and Account looks, at the lowest prices.
Lilh'aries, Acadenmies, and Schools supplied no
liheralterms. oct 6

Copartnership .Notice and Removal.
FrIHE Copartnership heretofore existing nndsr
Sthe firm of PEARSON & CLOUTMAN,
is dissolved in consequence if the decease of R. F.
Clouttinan. All persons having demands against
the firm, are requested to present .them, and all in
debated, to make payment to'
EDWARD A. PEARSON.

EDWARD A. PEARSON, hias removed from
76, Cornhill, to Counting Room, No. 1, Long-whf.
where he sill be happy inoreceiving orders for Bos-
ton Crown and Clielmsford Window Glass, and
Glass Waire ofevery description. 'His lormier re
ail .ustomers can be supplied by Messrs WING
& SUMNER, No, 3, South Row. tf July 4
REAL ESTATE.
TeHAT valuable property, situated in Prince-
Street, No. 37, is now offered for sale. There
are upon the premises two brick Houses. One
of them is a large substantial and well finish-
ed house, four stories high, containing 13S rooms
coveith all the anc requircoodation adapted fr two
fal inves, if necesaty. will alwayhe other house is ied
then ear andt. andvi ig the sa consider etrac be frone om
Prithe-street. Thorable toppo hrtunitses ar e thore emplough-
ly built and now in perfect repair. There
is a good well of wIater, cistern, &c. with every
convenience required for private families. A cap-
Ital invested in this estate will always yield more
(luan G per cent. and it is considered to be one of
tle most 'avorable opportunities for the employ-
ment of money which has been presented bfor a
long time. For all particulars r:iating to this es.
tateapply to EPHRAIM LOCK,No.5, Congress.
square. 6t sept 22

TO M.ANUFAC TURERS.
-F1OR sale-a Miil Seat, situated in Griswold,
in New-London county,, Connecticut, on the
road leading from Groton, Norwich-port, Pres-
ton, (through Griswold) to Plainfield, and a fe'w
rodssouth of the road from Lisbon and Jewett
City to Voluntown and Rhode-Island; 10 miles
Ironi Norwich, 2 easterly und up the stream from
Jewett City, 5 from Pl'hainfield, andl 35 from Prov-
idence-commanding the whole water ofthe Pachog
river, with a fall of 9 feet, a permanent dam flow-
ing the water from 5 to 6 miles, and forming one
of the most steady and lasting ponds in the court-
try ; with a spacious aid well stoned Canal, af.
fo'rding a column of water sufficient for almost any
power, and now operating & run of Mill Stones,
a Saw Mill, and Machine Shop occupying S build-
ings. Connect-cd with it are 12 acres of Land, on
which are 2 diwelling-houses, a-blacksmith's shop,
barn, with ehaise-house, sheds, &o. all built within
the last 3 years, and in the most perfect repair.-
This is ithel first Dam ever erected on this stream,
and for more than a century has been the resort of
the adjoining towns and the eastern part of Rhode-
Island bor grnnding, in times of drought, and for-
minertly kno n as the Gates' Mills. This property
will be sold at a Fair price and aeconumoilating
terms. A more particular description may be
had biy directing line tou the subscriber, via Jew-
Ott City Post Office, or willing atthe premises.
A, ELISHA I. ABEL.
Gr'isoold, 22(d Sepf. 821. 12w
.3Ianufacturers and Capitalists attend.
OR'lSALE, that well known e tate in Brain
V tree, about ten miles ftr n Boston, known by
the appellation of the Braintree Iron Works, and
is noW in complete order for immediate use. The
estate comprinzs a number of buildings, viz-one
very arnge wooden one lfor the purpose of carrying
im tlie work generally, it which are : large trip
hammer, a furnace, three stut.ks ofchimnics, water
wheels, bellows, c. &e.-a large building for a
linishiigshop, and i brnadjoining. .dlso, a large
building erected for a grist mill, but can be con-
verted to nnv other purpose. T'lere is also a good
SDw)ueliing-liouse, trwo stories high, a garden, and
about thrue acres of land, with a number ot valu-
able I'ruit trees onu tue same. The dam is in excel-
lent order, and there is a fill supply of water. It
hass oui very great advantage by water carriage,
ftor the Packets came witlhini hait a mil- of it daily,
aid wiil take away the manufacturt-ed articles, ti.,
bring auy raw materials tlihat may Ibe %-anted. This
undonbtedly, where business is carried on upon a
laige scule, would make an immense saving.
This estate wil be sold on suoh terms as to
make it anl object tbr any capitalism to become a
purchaser. Apply to BENJAMIN SMITH, No.
4, Central-wharf, or to Majc- MINOT Tl'AV-
ER. uhraintrce. eoptf march 1
NURSE CHILD IVJA"TED.
A YOUNG married Woman, with ni good breast
j- of milk, and perfectly healthy, having lost her
child, wishes a take one to nurse. Gooil recom-n
mcendation can lie gioen. Inquire at the Centinel
Couutihg Room. oct 10


PUitical ...Mfercantile....and ,Mfiscellaneousa
Published on Wcdnedape and' Saturdatysb)
BENJAMIN RUSSELL, Putlisher of the Law
oft the United Staes, Printer to -,e State, am
Proprietor. at his Office, Congrests-reet--
THOMAS HIUD)SON,printer.


SIREJIOVAL. -
, t4 RTWRIGHT & MITCHELL have re-
". lanoved from No. 6 Central-wharf to No. 26,
India st. Im .Goct20
REM OVAL.
r HOMAS BADGER, Jr. has retnored his
1Printing Office, at Room No. 10, Merchant's
Hall, Congress-.street.
'Music, Vocal and Instrumental, typograpically
excited, on the most reasonable terms.
The smallest favor which lie may receive frota
his friends will be gratefully acknowledged.
sept 8 91 >
Mrs. MACKAY,
tOULD ilihrm sher friends anid the public,
That the business of mending Glass, 0hina
and Liverpool Ware with rivets or cement, is car-
ried on in Mr. Mackay's absentee the same as
when he was at home, at ler house in Charter-st.
opposite Cops-hill burTying place. Silver rivets
can be pot in instead of brass when requested.
October 20
COFFEE HOUSE TO BE LET.
O lie Let on a lease, an elegant establishment
for a Boam'ding House, situate within a few
rods of the h1rket; it is now occupied-as a Coffee
House, and has a fine run of transient custom and
a large number of respectable steady boarders. \
Possession may be had immediately. There isa
good Stable connected with the establishment, the
rent will be reasonable', ood security will be re-
quired. Inquire at the Centinel Couatiog Room.
Soet 20 tf
'TO B LET,7
Oa small genteel family nly only-a good HOUSE,
in a pleasant situation, and at a reasonable
i'ei. Possession may be taken within ten days.-
Inquire at the Celninci Counting lipom. oct 20
TO BE LET',
BRICK Dwelling House, with one Parlour,
J Kitchen, iSlur Chambers, Wood House, Stable
.and Garden, situate in R-inslbrd's-lane. Apply to
THOS. HASKINS, at his Store near the pemises.
october 20

TO BE LE',
A LARGE con--enient and one of the best situa-
tled Houses in the centre of the town, well
calculated-tor a boarding house.-Rent reasonable
Inquire of SAMUEL HYDE, No. 3, Codrt-street.
october 20
TO .BELET
].OUSE No.3, Mount Vernon it is now paint-
J.J ing and papering, and will be put in com-
ple e repair, and may be occupied next week.-
Apply at No. 23, State street act 20
TO .BE LET,-
T gO a respectable family that has no children, a
good buiek house in the centre of the to Wn,
Together with or without the fauritituite. Possession
may be taken within 'thirty days, A Gentlema'n
and Lady that have no child'rei and like the situa-
tion will board with the family if' agreeable. A
line addressed to A. S; And left at the Centinel
Counting Room, will betirmiediatelv attended to.
.oet24 eptf -
WE.T -JW RSE.
A IEALTHY young-Woman, with good recom-
i *, mendations, and a new breast of milk, wish-
es a situation as. Wet Nurse 1 iuire .at the Cen-"
'tin-l Crumiiil, Rure.. OeCt -;IJ
.1 BO)r w.i.vr.'D,
A BOUT 13 or 1A4jears ot-age, who is smart
S aiilf3 intelligent, to attend a Grocery Shop in
the neighborhood of Fort Hill-one whose parents
or relations reside in that fvicinity would be pr'e-
ferred, as it is wished for him to hoard with them.
To such an one fair encouragement will be given.
Inquire ai the Centinel Couiting Room. oet 20
TO .E LE,
F ART of a House, consisting st 9 large rooms,
Good cellar, woodhouse, pumpnat the door, and
eve'y convenience. Also,ia small Hoase, consist-
ing of 2 rooms, and uplier chamber, situated atthe
south-part of the town-t small families the rent
will be very low. Inquire at the Centinef Counting
Room. .ot 13
-O- i r ";
Oillt sale, an excellent family HORSE, free
F aom tricks, and perfectly kind in harness; he
is fine saddle horse ; will be sold low, only on ac.
enunt of the present owner's having no further use-
for him. Inquire at Mr. Thomas Niles stabie,
Bromfibld-lane. out 13
WAy VsTED,
SEACH Plank or Joist, of the first quality, suit-
able for Planes, and well seasoned. The
highest price will be given. Inquire at No. 50,.
Court-street. JAMES STEVENS.
oct' 13
BOY W f FTED.
PTANTED, an active intelligent BOY, about
WJ 15 ears of age in the Paper Hanging and
UJpholstery Store, No. ,68, Cornhill. Oct 13
NOTICE.
&,GENTLEMAN of the profession of Law, in-
ji, tending to setout for New-Orleans, through,
Ohio and the other Western States within a fort-
night or three weeks, will take charge of any busi-
ness with which he may be entrusted, which will
not detain him too long on his route. He propo-
ses to return in 4 6r 5 months. Inquire attheCen-
tinel Counting Room. 5sp oet 17
NOTICE.
WO or three steady Boarders can be accommo-
dated in a private family where there is no
ctildres, application is made. immediately. For
urter initrmation inquire at the CeentinelUounting
Room. Gap sept 29
TO E LET1,
P ART of a brick House, at the lower cud of'
North-street, containing Parlor, Kitchen and;
two or three Chambers. InquireatNo. 9, Union-
treet. tf sCpt 29 .
TO BE LET,
P"ART of a HOUSE, pleasantly situated its
S Chliarles-street, near the Common, suitable for
a small genteel fimmily. Inquire at No. 54, Mar-
ket-street. tf sept 15
FAI'R W.'A 'JE),
A MIDDLE aged man wishes to hire a good
A Farm on shares, in the vicinity of Boston, to
be entered upon next spring. recommendations
tbfor ability and fidelity will be given. Any gentle-
mant having one to let, by leaving his name and res-
idence at the Centinel Couating Room, will br
called upon by the person wishing to hit-e.
oct 10 5sp
.VOTICE.
lT lEREAS my wife, inn Wells, has leftmy
Smy bed and board, without cau'e, and has
otherwise conducted herself in an unbecoming
maimer; this is to cation all persons against har-
boringor trusting lier on my account, as lsheil nst
pay any debts of her contracting after this date.
oct IS EBEN. WELLS.

Collectors Notice-Burlington.
NTOTICE is hereby given, to thie Non-resident
SProprietor or owner of land lying and situa-
ted in the town of Burlington, in t he county of Mid-
dlesex, and Commonwelth of Massachusetts, that
they are taxedlin thie bills committed to me to col-
lect, as Collector of taxes of said town, forthe
years 1819, 1820, and 1821, in the respective sums,
viz:-
Owner's Nname-.Jotham Johnson of Charlestown,
in 1319, 8 acres, -2,30value, 54 cents Minister
Tax. It 18-20, 57 cents Minister Tax. In 1821,
57 cents Mioister'Tax. Total t1,63.
And mul nss said taxes and all necessary cost and
charges, are paid to me the subscriber, collector,
on or before the third day of December next, at 2
oftb!t'm clock, in tlue afternoon, so much of said lanul
as will produces sd sums of taxes aud coats, will
then he sol at Public VenTue, to the highest bid-
der, at John Center's Tavern, in said Burlington.
SAMUEL CUTLER. J.. Collcast-.
Burlin.ton, October 17th, 1821.

COLUMBIAN CENTIN'L.




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