Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00019
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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BOSTON, /Alassachusetts,' W-EDNESDAY-MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1821.

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pHIE Proprietors oft lle aIjverl l Fand 5.ano GRAUPNER, No. 6, Franklin-street, has
.a. ia Iron .3IanvJacto.y, are hereby notified f' just published No. 1. of a collection of fash-
that their annual ineeting tbr thl, choice of officers, inuble Cotialons
for the ensuing yean and to transact ans other bus- oiAso1 ;r sale, all the new and fashionable Songs
iess that may come before them, wll be holden at d in New-York, Philadelphia, and Boston.
tr. Jno. Lee's CointingR lioo:, No. 17, Coirnill, i ew-York, hdelpha, and Bosto.
Boston, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th November t 3
ensti,,g. ..,S o'clock, P. M.. SACRED M USIC.
By order of the Pressdet and Directors. OR sale by RICHARDSON & LORD, bound
opt.4 JAMES FOSTEI, Cllrk. ,or ui numbers, the Handel and Haydn Socie-
O TCE. ,t's Collection of Sacred Music, consisting of Songs,
S JOHN R. AD A.MS, )cutts T'rios, Charusses, Anthems. &c. selected
:"s* '"" LA ,. from the Works of the most celebrated Authors,
SAS established himself in enneu r rranod for the Organ or 2Pino Forte, by the
( .) where e will atten to any Portbusness Handel and flaydn Society.
n (h e.) where lie wil attonTto any business 7'On Saturday next, will be published and for
Sin the protlt.ssion thlat may be entrusted to him. l n suita for anksiv
Refteir to ...sale as aboe, an AN-THEit suitable for Thanksgiv-
GEoR t,.tis K,Esq. U. S. Attorney, ing by KET. Ot 31
for Massachusetts Dist,ict, and LITERATURE.
O To aes Loun, Esq. Merchant, Bosto". OR. sale, a complete set of the AMERICAN
'"Oct 10 6m -F ENCYCLOPIEDIA, in 8 vo!s..quarto; hand-
somely bound. Price 850. Dry Goods will be
auction andwl C mission Business. taken in payment. Apply at the Bookhinderv of
r11-E subscriber offers h i services tor thie TOt-IN R. GOULD, fr..A Lli,.-A ,ii, where'the'
s Sale of ,Real Esate, Vessel,. Mierchan- Books may be steii. l '".nov
dise, Stocks, Household Furniture, ke. &e. either
at .Public Auction or at Private Sale. Any con- .A'Ve- Practical A'rithmetic.
minications leftatthe Office of Mr. SUMINER, RICH ARDSON & LORD.
East Wing ol'"bate Bank, will receive imniediate ..
attention." DUDLE.Y WAL 1R't. "-Vo. 75, CORNH'tI5LL,
octno0 tsp BIJAVE lately published, the secoHd edition of
WVARM BAT.'HS. in which the Rles are rendlered simple in the ope-
rato:i, and.illustrated byl variety of useful ques-
rPHE subscriber respecitilyv informs the public tim,c ealenlated ro give the pupil a full knowledge
L that his Winter Establishimelt of OWarmh Salt f figures, in their application to trade mid busi-
Water Baths, is .now in complete order for the ess ; adapted principally to Federal Currenev;
reception of those Ladies and Gentlemen who may des gned as an assistant to the Preceptor in coni niu-
please to patrnise it. nica'ing, and- to the Pupil in acquiring the science
The rooms for the Ladies are retired, well war- of Arithmetic, to which is added-a new and con-
med, and have every convenience to render tlem.i else system of BOOK-KEEPING, both by Single
worthy of public patronage and support. He in- ,aid Doe Entry ; the former calculated tbr the
tends also, to make such improvement in the fen- ueof Traders in Retail Business, Farmersand Me.
tlemen's Bathing Rooms, as to contnmne to receive chanies; and the latter for WVhosesale Domestic
a continuance of that support which has been iso and Foreign Trade, as conducted in the United
liberally bestowed the past season. States. The whole designed for the use of Schools
ERASTUS FARNHAM. and Academies. By DAsIar. Srasi.'onn, A. M.
Cragies' Brid.ge, Oct 20, 1821. eptf Author of the Art of Reading, and the E'lmients ol'
English Gramrmar. TIanitm scimus, quantum
CommonIwealth of .Massachusetts. ,,,n,,tiiGa'te necs.h. -I
Sc'rorM, Es'. To the next of kin and all others AJDVERTISEMPENVT.
concerned in the est.4te of John Crouch, late of To thle question commonly asked, on the appear-
Boston, in the county aforesaid, mariner, deceas-, ance ot a new book, Is there any thing new in it ?"
ed, intestate. the author replies, that although'the subject of A-
HEREAS application has been made to me rithmetic can admit 1hti, little novelty, yet in this
to grant a letter of administration on tihe es- treatise there ii somethingnew.,
tate of said deceased to David Peck, of said Boston, The general rules-a in moat of the Aritmetics used
mnarmner. in our schools, are too synthetical for thie young
You are hereby cited to appear before inme at a Arithmetitiaa. They contain too many principles
Probate Court for said county, to be Iholden at Bos- blended together, unaccompanied with sufficient
ton, aforesaid, on Monday the twenty-niinth day of elucidations. The scholar, therefore, is in danger
October current, at ten of the clock. A. M. to of passing over ma. essential' pats, without
liew cause,ifanyyyo'haveagainstgranting thesame. fully comprehending thens. One design thetielbre
Given under my hand this twentvysecond day of I of this trelitise is to give an Analysis of these gener.
'October, in the year of our Lord one thousand al rules, resolving them into their simple conistitu-
t*ight hundred and twenty-one. eut parts, illustrating them by easy practical ques-
THOMAS DAWES, .. of Probate. ftions.
As the work, also, is principally designed toftur-
idldleseX, ss. To the heirs at law, is" 'a system of Practical. Arithmetic, all mathe-
anJ all others interested in tlie estate of David inatical demonstrations are purposely omnitte4, tot
Brackett, late of Weston, in said county, black- give placato clear illustrations of the rules by easy
spiili,.decesmed, GEETING. 'r examples, and such as tend to prepare the scholar
"' HERERS a certain instrument, purporting or business; referring those. who witl tot acquire
VW to be tihe last will and testament of said de- a knowidge cf tihe higher branches ot the MatlIe-.
ceased, has been presented for Probate to tile mnatics in those elaborate, those useful parts of the
Judge of ,Probate, of said county, by David Brack- science, to authors particularly designed for tlhe
ett, the executor therein named. pur-ose. Thinsomission will leave for the instructor
You are hereby po-tiAnet-to4.ppsar-at.a Court of' enough for the exercise /if his skill in explaining s
Peobate, to b hluoldenu at Concord, in and for said the nature of each rule to the pupil, as h. advances
county, on the third Tuesday in November next, in his pin .nit, and b,.rnm. s.qp..ble olfcor'mlehend- m
to ,h.i' 'i,;e, ifa;.'i a.\r ha;-c, "'ainsi ti, Probate thc- c i u..- [,mp i .,1 i.li a, ... The n o-..Tiructor I
ofib,' ;-me. ; i is lt, Iso. toh'Uiniy : ids di(tlioar, i'.rwiis ad.
M ,'l... m'l I'. P. Fay, Judge of Probate, at ditin...i i ,,*t. ,ii,; tu : .: ]Ii ii>, ith- ra.hi .,r r l
Cambridge, this nineteenth dayr of October, A. I). the several rates. .
1821. SAMUEL FISKE, Register. The whole arrangement ofthe work is founded on E
i the natural dependence of the several parts bno ach. g
Collector's Ndtice--Dana. other tor their respective operations, e
'"TOTICE is herchy given, to the con-resident In executing the Work nothing superfluous has.
A pr.-ir;.-. i or owners of unimproved real es- been inserted, and nothing omitted, tOat would con-
,t,.'. thI to i. of Dana, whose Taxes have not tribute to perfect its design, and render it service.
'been paid for the year A. D. 1820. that their Land, able to youth. ic
or so much of it as will pay said Tax, and all inci- -Book Xee/l'ng. This useful branch of learning
dental charges, will be sold at Public Vendue, at has been almost totally neglected in our schools and H
Lieut. Apollos Johnson's Tavern, in said Dana, on academies. The neglect of a study, so essential to
'TUESDAY, the 27th day of Novemnaer next, at the best literary interest of youth, proves a materi-
9 o'clock, A. Tax. al defect in the present system of education. It
c. 3t. may, perhaps, be atu-ibutable, in a great degree,
HIutchinsH apgood, Esq. 89 to tihe want of a concise treatise on the subject, d i
Hutchins Hapgoed, and others for com- 35 I ested of those numerous difficulties which envel-
man land, ope in mystery even the best system extant. So'.
-James Babcock, .17 8 intricate anid tedious are they, for the most part, ,
Samuel Calhoon, 53 4 that even instructors themselves have been deter-
',Samuel Henry, 35 6 red from given ilastruetion by them.' o
Luke Powers', 55 6 The shiortsystem in thispublication haa been used T
"Widow Piebe Robbinson, .. 71 2 by the author with considerable success. It is nouts
'Efkanah Woodward,jr, 35 6 offered as an attempt to simplifythe Art of Book-
Ilenonia Twichell, 17 8 .Keeping, and to adapt it to the capacity of youth.-
David Harrington, 17 8 It hfrnishes such rules and explanatory remarks in
BURREL AMSDEN, Collector. discriminating the titles of Dr. and Cr. in journal- x
Dana, Oct. 13, 1821. izing, and posting the several mercantile 'transae- I
-" ( 1 -2 lions, as were thought best calculus cd to render ea- a
N OTICE is hereby given, that the sy and clear a subject of so much importance. n
Committee appointed by them Hocorable Court Of such immense benefit is this partof'scienceto i
of Common Pleas, held at Newburv'ort, in the a young man of any respectable standing in society
county of Essex, on the third Monday of Septen- that no schola' should be permitted to leave school, v
'hber, A. D. 1821,aimthorizine ns to make partition to become an apprentice either to a merchant, a
of the real estate of PEL-.i' AI KINiSMAN do. mechanic, or even to a farmer, without a thorough r
.ceased, late ofIpswich, in said county; arid to set knowledge of the principles and forms of Book- t
off to -Moses Kinsman and Joseph Kinsman, the Keeping; as on his knowledge of this art essential, o
petitioners, their respective shares as set forth in ly depends the security of all the fruits of his in- o
the petition ; will attend that business, on TUES- dustry through life. Many mechanics and farmers r
DAY, the 20th day ofNovember next, at9 o'clock have lost half their earnings by neglecting to make l r
in the forenoon, at the dwelling-house of said Mo- a regular entry of licir daily transactions; ando
-ses Kinstran, in Ipswich, aforesaid, of which all even wealthy merchants have become the melan- L
'persons interested, are required to take notice. choly objects of penury and distress, through the n
DAVID DODGE, Chairman of said Com. same negect. a
Ipswich, Oct. 6, 1821. 'The best interest of youth would beo essentially
promoted, were this important branch of science
N OTICE is hereby given, that the introduced .into our schools, and to constitute a
subscriber has been duly appointed executor prominent part of their education.
to the last will and testament of The work, with its trifling errors, is now present-
WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, ed to the public, in confidence that it wll meet the.
late of Pepperell, in the county-ofMlid'llesex, Esq acceptance it deserves. The author asks that pat-
deceased, estate, and'imstaken upon himself that ronage only, to which it is entitled by its real mae-
trust by giving bonds'a s the law directs. All per- its. If a better treatise can be found, let it be free-
sons having demands upon the estate of the said ly adopted ; lAt si non rectius tnvenire potes, hoe
deceased, are required to exhibit the same ; and utere mecum." s
.all persons indebted to the said estate, are called BosTo, OTe'roTr.R 8, 1818. i
-upon to make payment to At tihe Atmual Meeting of tile Associated IiI-
ARNOLD HUTCHINSON, Ex'r. struetors of youth in the town of Boston, and else- f
Pepperell, Oct. 16, 1821. where," the following Report of a Commitee was,
made and accepted, viz:-
N OTICE is hereby giverr- that the The Committec appointed by the Association
subscriber has been duly appointed guardian to examine a Treatise, entitled, Practical Arith- I
'to DAVID BALDWIN, metic and a short system of Biok-Keepiiig," by
of Pepperell, im the coamty of Middlesex, yeomain, DA-IEx S-rTAIFOIt, A. M. have attended to that
sinon compos teenthis person, andl has taken upon service, after easrelul examination, arce of opinion,
himself that trust by giving bunds as thelaw directs, that it is a work, better calcthate d to facilitate than
All persons having demands upon the estate of the progress of yuuth. in these imtflm and important
said Baldwin, are required to exhibit thie same ;' sciences, tiai .any treatise of tIe kind of which we
and all persons indebted to the said estate are eal- (hase aA'y kLowledge.
-led upon to make payment to (Sigiced) .ONA. SNELLING,) om .t
JOHN WALTON, Guardian. I. COTTINT, mtee
Pepperell, Oct. Ifi6, 1iS2t. BENJAMIN HOLL'I .
A true copy from the records and files of the
OTICE is lhereby given, that the Association. OS. PAYSO, Sc... Y
S subscriber has been duly appoimited adminis- Attest, O. PAYSO Sec. .. 1
trator totheestate of The undersigned lavng attentively examined a
JESSE BLOOD, treatise on "Book-Keeping," by DxxlN:r. S'rTsA-
late of Dunmstable, in the county of Middlesex, veo- FouIIn, A. M. are of opinion that it is better calecu-
man, deceased, intestate, and has taken upon him- lated to give pupils a knowledge ot the rudimenti -
self that trust by giving bonds as the law directs, of this important science, thian any one of dhe kiudu
SAll persona having demands upon the estate of the we have hitherto seen.
said dieceasedi, are required to exhibit thIe same i The introduction contains a largo number of val-
and all persons indebted to the said etate,,are cul- unable rules forjourializing and pasting, which are
led upon to make payment to too often omitted in treatises of this kind ; and the
DAVID FISK, ./dmn'r. several accounts in thie Vaste-Book areso jidic-
.Dunstable, Oct. 2, 1821. iously arranged as examples to each rule, that they
-may' ibe readily comprehended by the learner.-
N* i W 'TPl v We si-cmrely hope that it will have a general cim-
N an family, a young lady vitli a good education, culatium in our schoDols and aademieis.
to iiistruct eiildren. Apply at rise Centinel J. COTTIING,
fcounting Room. oct31 oct 20 EDWARD JEWETT.

j JVo. 90, ajVE I' I UR Y-S'I'E LET,
as received, by the 'London Packet, a great
1 n'i-ty ot
Entertaining and ilInstructive Games, ',
DissectedI Maps and Puzzles,
Colored Picture Bonks; Small Paint Boxes,
The 100 Wonders of the World, in 1 vol.
All the voyages round the world, in 1 vol.
Pietnres, -Historical and Biographical, from Eng-
lish, Scottish, and Iris;h History, by 'J. Gait,
author of the Litfe of West plates,
Mrs. More's HI;story of France,. plates, -
Rolando's Travels round the World, plates,
Triminor's Fabulous history, Easy Lessons, and
History of England,
Scenes in Europe, Asia, Amnerica, and Africa;
with three hbundi'ed and thirty.six plates, "
Ands at '1. .1 assor'mentof Books for Youth.
oat 24 tf
1'ilIE next meeting of MR. BAILEY'S School,
. for instructing in" the T.-eory anid l'raetice of
Vocam l Muisic, at ', t iuil ie a. .,''... L .-1,--i wiI hI e
giveme,wiHlie TO.'M[' l(l JI [O\'EV LE' I, (.t ,"'Thlnrs-
idyv, Nov. 1,1 im C(oriuhil'.squar'e;,ih a eomntmodious
rooin, on the same floor with Mr. Brown's Drawv-
ing Academy ; tobe continued Tuesday and Thuri s-s
may evenings. Applicatiuoi will he received till thsL
close of Thursday evening, next week. oct 31

SIt. VALENTINE'S Evening Sehoo is now
ti open for the season -at his rooms ,irhill-
square, for the pui-pose ofinstructingyoung Gentlh-
simen in the ART OF WRITING.
A Class is non' ibrmed for instruction il Pen-'
manship and Arithmetic, in which a few mote sehol-
ars can he adm itted. ive scholars more can be ad-
mitted in his intermediate class from 1 to 1.
Oect 10 t

T HE public are respectfully informed, that my
c school for teaching the New Invented Acute
Angle Running Hand, as announced in advertise-
ment and hnnd bills ew days since, is now" in full
operation,and every evidence of satisfaction eviuncod
hby the Ladies and'Gentlemen who are now attend-
inug specimens of whose improvement may be seen
at'the Writing-Rooms, No. 5, Cornhill, entrance in
Water-street, Such is the powerful effect of the
priimiple, that a total change of Hand is often el-
fected in tour or live lessons.
Ladies, as usual, are waited on in a -separate
apartment, and they will ind this Hand peculiarly
adapted to epistolary purposes.
Ladies and Gentlemen can attend at any hour
suiting their convenience, from 7 in the morning,
tihl 9 in the evening.
PueIC-T'wo dollars for the whole course nt les-
sons payable when the scholar commences writing.
N. B. My school will continue till the-26th of
November and no longer. All applications must
be made previous to the 17th, all who make im-
mediate application, will have the privilege o)' at-
tending as much as they please during my stay,
and two dollars ill tt will ibe acceplited.
Book Keeping by Double Entry &c-
M Rt. ALGER, has commenced giving evening
instruction in hook Keeping to a class of
Yuting Geniticden, upon a. System, new aud lI'dor
saving to the pupil, teacher, merchant, and" book
keeper ; ready 'and correctly sheewing,in the Journ-
nal, without the Ledger, tI., Gra'.ia. I N.; a st.-:k,i
i l, l p6.1 l It i" l,- i'th t l- iM.. l...I .,t .1,' [..:-
'ldI of hils busintien. --
Thn- rbo el Syiv .i- h .'3 b:ien 'ii. ..-) J, .ri|.ir ,l I
and recommended by tion. Wm. Gray, Alsai.t.
Eliphalet Williams, S. A. Wells, ad.l nine other
dentlemen-Merclants, Bankers, and Book Keep-
ers of this town.
If application be made soon, a few more young
Gentlemen can be admitted to the present class.-
Writing and Arithmetic are also Laught systemat-
oally. '
For terms, ec. apply at the Mayhew-School,
Hawkits-strect. oct 24.

Ilt.. iFOSTEIR has commenced his. Evening
School ut his School room in Cornhill squ'Ae,
's ,-,tr, e No. 5) to instruct in Composition, Eng-
i h I..immar, Arithmetic, and Penmanship, ion
lihe plan of Wrifford. Ternis fom 4 to 6 Dollurs
ir qr. one halfin advance. Evenings of attendance
Mlondays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 6 till 9
'clock.' Apply at the School roQom, or No. 58,
Middle street. 3spisos ocnt 10
Instrutption for young Gentlemen in Dancing.
- lR. STIMSON, respectftilly gives notice, that
N I he has lately commenced with a new class,'
at his Academy, No. 11, North-Ahien-street. A
umber more scholars can be admitted asthisclass
s not full. Terms of tuition `2 at entrance, and
38-at the close of the quarter. School on the eve-
angs of VWednesdays and Fridays tifrom 6 until 9.
Mr. S. respectfully infolbrms those young gentle-
nen thAt tforrnierly honored him with their instruc-
ion, that the first quarterof his school which keeps
on the evenings of Mondays and Thursdays is half
out, and tlhat lhe proposes taking scholars, for the
remainder of tdi term. Tuition B5. -No one ad-
nitted short of the half quarter.
S[is afterinotI school, for the instruction of young
Ladies in the above accomplishment, will cons-
nemnce on Thursday, November 15. School on tlhe
afternoons of Thursdays and Saturdays.
oct 24 8sp '
J, Farm in Roxbliury.
To be snld at Public Auction, onm THURSD AY,
the 1tilthday of November next, at 11 o'clock,
for the benefit of the heirs of the late William
The FARM, f".rmerly owned and improved
by said deceased, situated on the road leading to
Canterbury, so called, about a milefirom Roxbury-
street, andnow occupied by Mr. John H. -Hawes;
t consists of about thirty-six acres of Land, of va-
riots soils, well suited for growing of vegetables,
or which purpose it-has been successively used for
many years ;-also, a Dwelling-house, Barn, Store-
house, wood-house, corn barn, etc. The proximi-
ty of this Farm to Boston will render it desirable
to the farmer who would cultivate fruit and vegeta-
bles for that matket-for that use it is well known
a plenty of manure is indispensable, two loads of
which noss he transported tromin Boston'to this
place in a day, with less labor and expense ot team
thlan for half the quantity to many Farms that are
occupied for the same purpose, besides the advan-
tage of being early at market, and early home, on
a good road free of toll. It is also well adapted for
an elegant residence, having a beautiful building
site which commands a uine view of town and coun-
try, is rural and retired, yet but twenty minutes
walk from thie capital.'
Sale to le on the premises, when the conditions
(which will be accommodating) will be stated.-
or further particulars, inquire of Bt!NJ AMIN
GODDARD, of lrookline. 5vwlis

The Phoenix Restorator,
AT the cornerof Water, and Congress-streets,
now in the occupation of \r. Dudley Brad-
street, will be vacated on the first oif' Janiuary.-
The central situation of'this house, its proximity
to the Post Office, and most of the business places
in tIhe town, renders it a desirable establishment,
and has for several years, insured constant custom.
Any one disposed to lease it, will apply to P. IR.
D-aLTON, No. 52. India-street.
DAtlo-ma shop in frontof said House, suitable for
a Boot maker or Watch maker, oct 31


H AyiNG in.the previous numbers at-
tempted to prove the duty of Congress
to legislate upon the subject ofBankruptcy,
and the present time as peculiarlyfit to enter
upon the di:" ,s-,Uin, and offered some reasons
of public policy in its behalf, it remains to be
shewn thit sell an act is the only adequate
remedy fr the benefit of creditors, founded
on the most sitbatantial principles of equal
laws and equal rights. ,
Mr. MNI.,o', in the Federalist, uses this
language :-" It is, says he, as intimately con-
nected lith the regulation of com.nerce, aid will
preent'i 'o many frands -where the parties live,
or tieir 'p'ropevty ;may lie, or be removed into- dif-
.fernt.States, that the expediency of it seems
an likely to be dawn into question." One
,a'Altl be led to conclude fro'n,this passage,
In I.Vc'r.t po-ible.4.sy-serious idq utst s3 toi
tlIe utility; nay, absolute necessity a the mep-
siure, for the benefit of creditors, could-be id-
vanced by the most captious; yet those of
narrow and sordid- vie-ws are occasionally to
be found, who, the instant their vigilance is
turned to the benefit of the community at
large, and cannot by any possibl-ty be con-
fined-t6 their own private interest, fuliouw.ly
declainti against such law, hloweer salutarr,
and expect time pAblie good to limiteded by
their conception of right. The Tn'aelvtii
Laws of the several States of the Union ar-,
as various as the different States. Whilst in
some few, an attachment law is the -(ily mer-
sure resorted to, and this either for,the bene-
fit of all the creditors, or more often for that
only of the immediate plaintiff;-how pre-
posterous that a citizen of .MJassachusetts shall.
demand of his Pennsylvania 'debtor a lawful
debt, and be presented with notice to shew
why, having assigned his property, lie may
not be discharged in thirty days from such
notice, at the same time a Pennsylvania cred-
itor shall demand of his Massachusetts debt- -
or an equally good debt, and attach his effects
which shall hold against all other similar just
claims, or compel the debtor to reside in jail
perhaps for life. StIch a total inequality, and
which may be extended in a variety of exam-
ples, differing in each, between the laws of
the several States,* is not only manifestly ab-
surd in practice, but totally irreconcilable
with the first principles of our government,
and incompatible with equal rights and priv-
ileges. It is therefore for the best interest
of' creditors, in their transactions not only in
the same State, but with those of the other
States, that this inequality should be cor-
rected, and each become entitled to a fair
proportion of the effects, of the insolvent. -
:, The prevention of fraud or couiealment of
property, are leaditig motives to induce
creditors to obtain the passage of the Bill.
How very difficult it is at all times to pro-
cure a fair statement of the insolvent's trans-
actions, every man in commerce need not be
toU J. who Hias been actively engaged in its
pursuits but a very few years. The decep-
tion and frauds practised in making notes to
cover property for which no value has been
given, and the *mr,oiilt of Ccais or valuable
- i' -the debtor's-pocket, can arover ,be
Iffecltu.lly .Jisc.,vere.l by any law 'at present
in operation. An absent orabsconding debt-
or cannot be compelled to return, nor' any
proofs obtained to place his effects wherever
situated, at the commands of any agent or as-
signee of all the creditors; he may journey
from one end of the world to the other and
set them at defiance,iflhe can escape from the
State before the officers of justice take him
into,custody. A Bankrupt Law would provide
an adequate remedy for these cases,and corn-
pel, the surrender of every item of property
under the solemnity of an oath, accompanied
by a delivery of the books of account and all
the papers; and a most thorough and legal t
examination of the clerks and persons in his
employ, all purchases or conveyances made.
by him on the eve of bankruptcy would be s
void, all fictitious or usurious notes.be com-
pletely sifted, and it without adequate value t
or for unlawfulinterest be disallowed ;-and t
the party,having stood this strict examination,
and answered satisfactorily to the questions
proposed to him by the creditors, and found
fair and honorable in his dealings, be restored
to his rank in society, and cheerfully assisted
to begin again.-But, if on the contrary, dis-
covered to be dishonest anrd fraudulent, be
exposed to those just reproaches and that t
severe animadversion and contempt he most
certainly merits. HOMO. I
* 'A recent decision of the Maryland Court afford) a atrilk.
ig illustration.

From the Aurora.
The two brilliant stars which are'soa re-
markabln in the evening over the eastern
horizon, are the planets Jupiter and Saturn.
These planets were both, a few days ago, in
opposition to the sun, and of course, the pre-
sent is the best time for telescopic observa-
tions on them. With a good spy-glass of the
common kind, the satellites of Jupiter and
the ring. of Saturn mray be distinctly observed.
These two stars ,vill slowly approach enchi
other .idd'ring the whole of next month, at
the lagt of which they will be about l+ a-
part.-They will then begin to recede from
each other till the middle of December,
vwhen they will becoine stationary for some
time, about one and a 'half degrees from
each other.

FLORIDA. rrsaicoLA, SEPT. 8.
T having been ascertained that Governor
E-3JACsoGN was about to leave Florida on a
visit to Tennessee, the. Officers of the Army,
and the citizens united in giving him, and
his family, an invitation to a public dinner,
and a ball as tokens of their respect and es-
teem. They were accepted, and took place
on Thursday last. At the dinner Col. WAL-
TOW presided, assisted by Col. BnooKE, as
Vice-President. The toasts were six in num-
ber. Of the volunteers were the following:-
ly Gov. JAcKso'-The Government of the
United States.-May its administration always be
as wise as its principles are pure."
After Governor J. had retired, the follow-
ing was given :
Our Governor-His glory is as thIe stiun in his
meridian, ind like his last rays, it shalL remain,
when thle hero lias sunk to rest.'"
Sly i Col. Bommuo E-Commodore William Bain-
bridge-the orniaient and pride of his profession,
both in peace amd war."
In the evening there was a ball, which was
more ntimerously attended than was expect-

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No. 3921)

ed from the unfavorableneus of the weather cr'daduct ougnittlierefore'6fo b6 more circum
-allgloom and rain. sfect. In tle United Staites those are severe- .
SGovernor JACKSON'S filmily depart to-mor- ly punished, who are guilty of writings in a
row for Tennessee.-The Governor will fol- libellous manner (of roced'ings I.'icourts of
low in a few days.-He will not return unless justice. For what tends to bring the judi.ia-
some unlocked for event occurs. I ry into disrepute, shakes the public confi-
i dence in that part of thie government, that is
Governor Jackson's Farewell looked upon as the most sacred depository of
ADDRESS. individual rights. Hence both these points
ADDRESS of view, without noticing the. singular con-
TO THE CITIZENS OF THE FLORlDAS. duct of the Spanish officers acting as if they"
: THE temporary organization ,of the gov- considered themselves a distinct and separate
ernment of these provinces, according to the body-an imperiTm ins imperio-they were
act of Congress of the last session, and the guilty of great indiscretion,and impropriety,
powers conferred on'me by the President of in publishing a most indecent libel against
the United States, I have the satisfaction to the judicial.proceeding of t:e higlrest tribu-
announce, is now complete. If it possess im- nal of the Fluridas.-Had I consulted' my
perfections, or defects, the reflecting man personal feelings, having entertained a-fa-
will make due allowance, when he considers vorable opinion of some of them, and ene-
that its duration will be but short, and that it mity to none, I should have.been disposed-to
is the best that circumstances would permit, have suffered the act to sink into oblivion.--
taking into view the difficulties I have had to But the dignity and honor of the govern-
encounter. Where the rule, or law, is cer- ment forbade that conduct so outrageous
tain, I have considered it my duty to follow should pass unnoticed. -
it stlcthl, but where this has not been thie I might appeal to those very persons ad.
cese, I 1.v'ie endeavoped to make ,the best, ask what would be the consequences, if a
provisions in my power, believing that gov- band of American officers should offer such
ernment of some kind was absolutely neces- an insult to the government of'a Spanish prov-
sary. It is my sincere hojbe that the subject .inee ? .But the inhabitants of the Floridas
will attract the earliest attention of the Con- may rest assured, that whatever may be, the
gress of the United States, and that the in- impropriety-or imprudence of some, it will
habitants of these provinces.will be relieved have no effect upon my feelings towards the
from, the state of uncertainty and doubt,which rest-the innocent will not be confounded'
at this moment must necessarily prevail. with the guilty, and all- will contiriue to expe-
.In the organization of the present tempo. rience, the same protection and respect for
rary government, and in its execution, I have 'their rights, which has heretofore 'been ex-
kept steadily in. view the securing to the in- tended, provided they demean themselves
habitants of the Floridas all the privileges wviththatpropriety whichbecomes every good
and immouiities guaranteed to them by the "citizen and subject;; nd should any of them
treidy. i The principal of these is the protec- -under the influence of momenfi ry passion, of
tiop of their persons, property, and religion, feeling, be dissatisfied with the measures I
untilthey shall be incorporated intothe Union, have pursued, on a return of their sober"
and become entitled to all the privileges and judgment, I -feel confident they will,be ior-'
immunities of citizens of the United States, pulled to approve. ."
In performing this important part of my func-' Considerations of a personal nature, and.
tions, I have endeavored to pursue the spirit the situation of my family, requiringy my
of our political institutions. I have made no absence from these provinces for a short pe-
discrimination of persons--my huuse has been .rind, I make known that in the mean. time,
surrounded bano guards, no one has been the government of East Florida is placed Uin-
kept at a disTnce' by repulsive formalities, der the charge and direction of J. W. D-
all have had free admittance, and found a Worthington, Esq. secretary for the saMie'.,
ready ear, when they required my aid for the and that of West Florida, under Colunel
protection of their rights, The American George Walton,.secretary thereof. Each of
government, at the same time that it is the these gentlemen are clothed with all the pow--
freest, is perhaps the strongest in the world ; ers appertaining to the governors under the-
because,-the inost wealthy and most powerful late government of-Spain, and subject to such'
in society, are as wekk in opposition to it, as instructions as they -.iay respectively receive
the most humble and'obsc;tre. It knows no from the President of the. United States,-
distinction between an ex-Governor anC it through me. They are charged faithfully to
peasant. protect and maintain all the citizens and in-
In the course of my short administration, habitants of whatsoever description in tlhe
orie case has unfortunately occurred, which said provinces in the peaceful enjoyment of
required the exertion of that'authority which all their rights, privileges and immunities, se-
is no respecter of persons. That the neces- cured to them under the late treaty witit
sity should have existed has occasioned me Spain, and under the Constitution of time Uni-
pain and regret; knd,'especially as it hias ted States so far as the same is applicable.-
bein misunderstood by some of tile inhabit- I have instructed them promptly to ptunishl
ants of this country, from a want of a.suffi- the violators of the law, and to require of all,
cienticquain-tance with the facts of the cise-- that allegiance to the government, enjoined
as well as with the character and principles by my proclamation issued on taking pusses-
of our government. It was my duty under sion of the country.
the treaty, exercising the government in the .ANDREW JACKSON,
Floridas, to secure. to the inhabitants all the Governmr of the Flaridas, &c- &c.
evidence of*their right of property. 'The im, Pensacola. September 6, 1821.
proper conduct of the Captain-General of ---------W ---
Havana, in withholding documents or archives MIAIL ROBBERY.
of this ,nature, from an agei t expressly sent- -rtirs.Trox,(Del.) Oor.3 b0. -The srri-cr of
to receive them,' increased the necessity of thb mail waggo-' gives the following account
vigilance on my part. It was made known of the late robbery :--Thue robber was taken
to me by satisfactory evidence, that there up as a way p:.senger, and when about three
were documents of this character in the miles below fk-ton, struck thIe driver on the
hands of an individual here, and that these head with a club, and stunned him; then tied
documents were necessary to establish the his-hands behind him with a piece of silk:
right of property in this country. The fact handkerchief, and fastened him to one of the
ascertained, my duty was clear, and no alter- posts of tlhe waggon.-Onm the recovery of
native was left me. That individual was or- the driver; he asked, if lie was to be murdet'-'
dered tuo surrender them, so that in pursuance ed, when the robber answered, "Do you 'be
of the second article of the treaty, and of mnay quiet, and.I n-ll hurt ysu no more than I have
proclamation, the inhabitants might b.e se- done; it is ingy intention to overhaul the mail."
cured in their right of property. He then took the reins, and drove the wag-
The individual thus ordered to deliver gon into an old field, about 200 yards from'n
them,, instead of obeying as lie enght, the the road, drew out the large mail, ripped it
commands of the government under which open with a knife, and continued to tear open'
he was protected, and which could know no the letters for about two honrs.-He then
superior, excepting the Congress cr Presi- proceeded to open the way mail, arid on thi,
dent of the United States, shifted them into driver observing, that he would get but little
the hands of the person who lately adminis- out of it, he replied, 0 yes, this is the mail
tered the government of this province, and that stops at H1'ilmingt on, und it is likely there
who had been authorized by the Captain is something inr'it for the J)-ilmington jocicies."
General of Cuba to surrender the country a- After continuing some time, he suddenly
agreeably to the stipulations of the treaty.- started up. made a turn round the horses
This person, whether from misapprehension, heads, and disappeared. IHe was scarcely out
or from worse motives, considered himself of sight, before the person appeared on horse-
not responsible for any act of his, to the gov- back, which has already been mentioned.-
ernment of the Floridoas, and appeauted en- When assistance came, the driver was re-
tirely insensible to the impropriety of not leased, gathered up the mails and pieces of
having made a delivery of these docuasents of paper, and delivered them to the Postmaster'
his oaon accord. Whatever diplomatic privy- at Elkton about 7 o'clock. The attack was
leges he might have been entitled to, these made on the driver about 1 o'clock.
privileges had ceased upon the surrender of
this country, and he was then not known to FOREIGN ARTICLES.
me, or recognized as having any other rights
than those of a common individual. It was Of.-By arrivals int Aew-York. London dates to
not enough for him to consider himself a Sept. lS, 1821.
public agent of the King of Spain, and re-S. 18, 1.
side here for thie purpose of transacting offi- ALGIERS. miesns, rcaJ U 18, 1821.
cial business with the agents of the United mJHEde the Castle of Ka ecaite his resi
States, but it waa necessary that be should made the Castle of Kassbaumed ite his of-
save made known the object and purpose of dence ever since hle assumed the reins of
avesstay; hade knowdone so, he ouanld purpoave government. This precaution has- given
een informed athe done by me, the at my ownuld hav much ubrage to the Janizaries ; and when
een informed at nce m o the Dey', a few days since, took a short walk
functions having ceased as Commissioner, no to inspect the fortifications of the lower tou n,
one but the President of the United States to inatempted to take options tse lower to n,
hsd any power to give him permission to re- they attempted totake possession tof his per-
main here as a dfplosnetic agent etujoying the son, and lie owed his sathety to his speedy
Tiailegeas ofa fominmini njoyingste.flight to the fortress.-They remain extreme-
privileges of a foreign minister. ly angry, because, by the Dey's seclusion,
The natural consequences of his conduct they are deprived of the pleasure of killing
are too well known, and need not be detail- tem, whenever they feel that by a change
ed. With the exception of this solitary in- they can obtain some new advantages to the
stance, I feel the utmost confidence in saying rnc obain excellent comment this, on the
thit nothing has occurred, notwi4standing ar [f arbitra e poer, and the is, SSIn the
the numerous cases in which I have been comforts of arbitrary power, andthe BLESSING3
called upon to interpose my authority, either of a standing army.j
in a judicial or executive capacity, to occa- _,J1 o., sET. 16, 1831.-
sion any thing like distrust, discontent, or E".7sGLA.7D. ftorno, sEr 16, 1r 1.
want of confidence, and I cheerfully take oc- ( Kit'S return fromll eand.
casion to express my satisfaction with the His Majesty is ou his return from Irclutul,
peaceful, obedient, and orderly conduct of by hand, and nay be hourly expected in Lomn-
all those whose allegiance has lI.en transfer- don. He did not eventually leave AlYl's
red to the United States by the cession of town roads, in Ireland, until Saturday
the country. It is true, a recent occurrence sennight, being detained by head winds.
connected with the one referred to, has corn- The next day Ihe arrived at Milfo'rd 11avron,
pelled me to take measures I conceived ne- in Wales. 0m Monday the squadron put to
cessary for the character, dignity, and har- sea, but finding it difficult to beat roumad
mony of the government I administer, and Lands-End, the Royal Yacht put hack to
which at the sometime were the mildest the Milford, where his Majesty lauded, at
circumstances would admit. I allude to the o'clock on Wednesday last, and took post
conduct of a number of Spanish officers re- horses for London.
training here after thIe cessionm without my Two of the squadron having parted conm-
permisisn, but which would certainly not pany within the rest, have arrived in Plymouthl.
iave been withheld from them so long as Every thing in Ireland appeared tio ,b
they demeaned themselves "reopectfillv to ciog-suruck. Every article of cloth1iig h,
llie cxistiumg authorities, and refiai'ned from wore hias become the reigning fashiion, anul
any improper interference with thIe measures every thing he dil found crowds of imuititors,
of the government. On a public occasion, the Kin filled :u l'sm-.
This respect is due from ifireign officers per of wine, anl in dsri( king k t, ti c' Ir l ia
in all countries--their situation is materially head genta back, andI kept tue glass firtc
Liflfreat f;-om that of oniter aliens, and their times as long to his lips, as is orni:!;st;iy al-

lowed to throw offa glass. Since then every "
body dr:nks bumpers, and sips the wine drop
by drop, so that the palate may hive the roy-
id opportunity of imbibing the flavour of the
Before leaving Dublin his Majesty made
the following charitable donations:-Men-
* dicity Association, 2001. ; to the Sick and In-
digent Roomn-keepers, 1001.; to the Magda-
len Asyltum, 1001.; the Female Orphan
School, 1001.; to the Lying-in Hospital, 1001.;
to the Charitable Association 501. I to Meath
Hospital, 1001.; the Itichmond Institution,
501; the Molyneux Asylum 501.; the Dorset
Institution, 501.; the Poor' of the Liberty,
1001. ; Chapelizod; Castlenock, &c. 1001. ;
St. Werburgh's Parish, 501.; Lock Peniten-
tiary, 501.; Meath Charitable Loan, 1001.;
Stranger's Friend Society, 50. ; and thle Eye
Institution, 501.-[Total, exceeding six thous-
and dollars.]
A cripple, by the name of O'Brien, came
from the month of tlhe Shannon to Dublin to
seethe King in a skiff made by'himself; and
his Majesty rewarded his skill and courage
by a donation often sovereigns, and order-
ing his boat to be filled with provisions of all
kinds. -
The Rev. Mr. BLACOW has been convicted
at the Lancastera assizes of a libel on the late
Queen, uttered from the pulpit, during her
trial. T'I'he defendant Tmade his own defence
in a speech (of three hours and aa half; and
strenuously-contended, that he had said notlh-
ing of the Queen but-the truth. During his
defence he was frequently reproved by Mr.
Juice HoltOYs. His sentence has not yet
been pronounced.
The city of Landox has instituted a suit a-
gainst the London Gas Company, for a ntti-
sance in. poisontitg'the Waters of the Thames
by the gas water discharged into it.
Sir Rt1orT IT "aBAtB, tlhe Bow-street Magis-
trate, has been removed from office, for via-
latip;. ifhe orders ofLord LivrnnooL respect-
g the funeral of her late Majesty.

The Cgmmittee of the General Court to
examine the. Returns of the Assessors of the
several towns to.fotrin a Gaieral Variation of
the Commonwealth, will convene this fore-
noon, at 10 o'clock, in the State-House. Eight
Senators and thirty-two Representa lives
compose the Committee, viz. -
Senators.-Hon. Messrs. Varnum, (since
deceased) Welles; Rantoutl, Tufts, -ioyt, Wil-
liams, Thomas, and Moffit.
Ilefjresentatives.-Sntfolk-Messrs. Quincy,
Silsby, andShimmnin,. Esexv-Messrs. Winn,
Choate, Parrot, and Wibigate. T liddlesex-
Messrs. Harris, Sanger, and Tower. Wfore-
ceater-Messrs. Paige, Sibley, Humphreys,
and Fisher. 1/anmpshi'-e, Messes. Ward, and
Strong'. Hampden-Messrs. Bliss, afid Fow-
ler. Eranklin-Mr. Hastings. .dVorfolk-
*Messrs.Fisher, Leland, and'1 hayer. Berk-
shire--Messrs. Conailt, ,and Allen. Plymouth
-Messrs. Sprague, and Hobart. "'ristol-
Messi's. Broawnell, and C'.hman. Barnstable,
&c.-Messrs. Marston, Knowles, Jernegan,
and Burnell ..
Secretary.-Pelham W. Warren, Esq.

PnovinDENc, ,Nov 3. The General Assem.
,bly of this State convened on Tuesday. -
ALBERT C, Gt.sEix, Esq. Was chosen Speaker,
and TnomAs BunGEss,Esq.Clerk,by a majority
of one vote each. The unsuccessful candi-
dates are democrats. .The Land Resolutions
proposed by the Legislature of Maryland,
were read, and committed. rTheyhave since
been passed unanimously.] These Resolutions
it will be recollected are :-
Resolved, by the General '.assembly f Alary.-
land, That each of the United States has man equal
right to participate in the benefit of the' Public
Lands, toe common property Qf'-the'Utid6.":
S1esolied, Tliatthe States. i n' hose favor Con-
gress have"ibtmitsdoe t1peeoptpr.ZInn ef land lor the
purposes of t'dUiatior., a -,-T,,,..1n-3 ,O ds appro-
'priations ns' we'll corrcspmo'ld in .a just proportion,
with those beretofore madb in favor of the other
States. .
[Two resoZutions follow, nequesting the Gov-
ernor of 7tnaryland to transmit tiMe aboee Res-
ettions to Congress ; anrd to the 1.egislaiires of
tle several States for their co-operation.]
Very, few of the Legislatures have as yet
acted on 'these Resolutions; but there can
be no doubt of the concurrence of a large
majority in them. The Resolutions are now
before adjoint Committee of the Legislature
of this State, and will be acted upon at the
ensuing January session.;

A letter from Havana, dated Oct. 17th, re-
ceived here yesterday, contains the following"
P. S. "We have just received the intelli-
gence, that the Patriots (or Imperialists) have
taken the city of Mexico." (CThis place is
said to be the most populous city of'the New-
Wdrld, regularly built, in the form of a square,
of fourimiles on eah1 side-the streets broad,
clean, paved, and intersecting each other at
right angles-Churclhes exceeding 100. Pop-
ulation 137,000.--Mint employing 400 work-
men,---Vera Crrz is the principal seaport,
distant 180 miles.

From our attentive .Mvew.York Cosrespondent.
lMoNrEvInE.o, SEPT. 13, 1821. We have
. Aug:ist dates from Chili, via Buenos Ayres,
which announce, that Lima has surrendered
to General SAN MaRTIs, and Callao to Lord-
CocHnRaNE. A letter from Buenos Ayres, of
the 4th inst. says, the news of the surrender
.of'Lima will operate favorably on trade, pol-
itics, &c. -
BUENOS-AYRES, Are. 20, 1821.
"The Banda Oriental is now formally an.-
nexed to the kingdom of Brazil.-This has
given iiuch umbrage here. Those provinces
,will probably remain, eparated until they have
formed their own State Governments, where
a Confederation is probable. Things are
assuming an air of more regularity here. The
forces of the Entrerios, which crossed the
Parana, have been totally destroyed, and their
Chief, Rtxiu;taz, decapitated. CAttRERitA ha
escaped, and by the last news, was approach-
5n' Mendoza.-He will probably cross the
.Co .dilleras to Chili, but we think he mus
iind his end soon, either on this or that side
Our last advices from Chili, are to the 5tl
July. That country was very quiet. Mat
ters had been settled amicably with Sir Taoxa
.as llAtrD, and the blockade limited to thu
line of coast from Pisca to Callao. LorI
4COCHRAK: is determined to make his fortune
before the campaign is over, to the great
detriment, however, of the cause of ithe Pa't
riots-rendered odliot' to foreign natiions b
his piracies, and to the Frienlds of Liberty b
his depredations on the coast. On the 8t
May he landed vt Arica, and took, beside
four Spantisessels, several neutrlS-amnonE
the laitter-oie bright Macedomiian, Smith, oa
Bostw.--.He took on store $100,000 specie
sa"ifto belong to Capt. S., who was at Art
quessa.-If so, this is the ticirid sum of money
tatcen from that concern. Ile next proceed
led on the road to Potosi, to waylay sums o
which he had notice."

was accessa'ry to the detentions of Napoleon Biuna.
part at St. Helena;". in proof of which those
prints adduce the fact, that.the United States, in
1815,.agreil to suspend the right they held by
'treaty, of their vessels touclhiig ait St. hlelena
while the late emperor remahled a prisoner there."
The Boston Centinel, in corroboration of this as-
sertion, says, The fact is the United States didl
agree to the article mentioned, and thereby exhi-
bited a laudable desire to ensure l tte repose of'the
woi.ld ; and the least the friends of thle last adnmin-
iatration siy on the subject the better." We are
not surprised at this abuse olftruth ; for, after the
attempt of Mr. Hlarrison or Gray Otis to prove
the patriotism of the Hartford Convention. te are
prepared for any misrepresentation whatsoever
f-a1m federalists of the Boston stamp. The
whole allegation is unfounde .' The confinement of
Napoleon was never made P question to or on the
part of tlie United States. There never was an ar-
ticle in any treaty by them negotiated with Great
Britain, or witll any oflth holy alliance, concern-
Ilg loe deceased emnperor. The commercial eon-
Ventton ot'the S3( ot Julh, 1815, h1iad been concluded
with the British Gove,'nent, ant had been ratifi.
ed ; when, on the exchange of ratifientions at
Washington, on the 2tth of November following,
Mr. Anthony St. John h'aier, presented a "(tie-,
claration," stating that it had been determined by
his government in conjunction with the allied sov-
ereigns, that St. Helena should lie the place allor-
ted tnr the future residence of Napern, and that
a ese-ell British shifis and vessels as others" should
be excluded from that Island whilst lie rentined a
prisoner there. Ile said hlie could only exchange
ratifieations on tltat condition. The tidlht o'itoucli.
ingatSt.Helena was explicitly ftorre/ieshment aud
not for commerce." '1 lie right had aot been en-
joyed under the convention, because thec6nvention
had tnot previously been in force. The only ques-
tiblo )presebtied to the American Governmentt,
therelbre, was, whether it was werth while, for so
small an exception, to rejecntall the provisions of
the convention. To have reifuseI t lie whole
wonhl not have saved yapoleot ; because the allied
sovereignshad determinedne" to inphrison himn some-
where. Them United States were not bound to en-
ter into his quarrel, hut the moral reprobation,
which the force presses of this'countrty have utni-
firmly expressed of that murderous ict of the Brit-
ish ministry, is amply sufficient to show the light in
which the Amnerican people view it."
So much for our offending.. We do ,not
complain, that the Gazette has mutilated the
article alluded to by it, short as it was. It is
its vocation.-But it would have coinported
quite as'well with a -magnatnimous conJuet,
had the explanatory part of the foreign arti-
cle we noticed, have been added. Nor do
we complain of the distortion of' the object
of our note, which must be apparent to every
dispassionate reader. The fact we intended
to record by our note, we will repeat; and
challenge Mr. BAcui. to contradict it.-It was,
That the Convention between the United States
and Great-Britain, as ratified in July, 1815,
did contain an article allowing .American ves-
sele to touch at St. Helena, [for refreshment, if
t you please, Mr. B.] and that in Aloveniber af-
terwards, the .fVitish Governten2, through Mr.
Baker, their Minister inu l'aslhington, did pro-
e pose to the dntmerican government to WAilv the
1 privilege, and exchange raijfications without it,
e because St. lHelenma had been fixed upon by Greqt
t Britain and her allies, as the place of confine-
- ment ofRBonaparte, and that the Americiangov-
ernmeitt did consent to he WAIvru of the privi-
S lege, so long as Btuoncpartaremnained a prisoner
h -there -This was the simple fact we. recorded ;
s and we had the right'to infer, that the ready
waiver by the American government, of the
convenience Stiputlatedl for it the original
, treaty, originated in a laudable desire to.en-
- sure the peace of the world," by the soife-
- keeping of its Common Disturber.' We nev-
- er stated, that there had been any negutia.
f tion between oilr government and Great-
Britain for Buoaaparte's imprisonment, as Mr.

NVew-York Co.vxention.-This respectable
Body continued in session at the last- date:!
from Albany. Its proceedings, in committees
of t he whole, were undergoing strict revision i
and several resolutions agreed to in the heat
of controversy, have been reconsidered. If.
the amendments, which the Convention will
probably recommend to the people, are raftl-
fied, the Constitution of the State will be
something between the Constitutions of the
TUnited States and of Massacknisett-. *.The--
Governor is to be chosen for two years. :-No
Council.-The Senate (32 members) to have
a voice in some of the appointments, and to
be elected for four years-one quarter re-
tewed annually.-The Assembly (128) to be
chosen aniually.-The Judidiary to be inde-
pendent.-Court .of Chancery continued,-_-
Qualification of voters not materially different
from that in this State. Blacks owning rea-l
estate to the value of S250 allowed to vote.
No religious test.

The General Assembly of Rhode-Island
hold short but Ibusy sessions. They assem-
bled on Tuesday and rose on Saturday last
week, to meet in January. Besides ordinary
legislation, they appoint military and jsdi-
cial officers, and act on petitions of insoiv-
ents, and convicts. During the late session
the petitions of six insolvents were granted;
and eleven convicts were liberated from jail.

.British Colony in South afica. T he in-
telligenriee from this Colony js contradictory.
Some accounts say, .that the new Colonists
were generally disheartened with theisr'en-
terprize.-Others, that many of them had
s.urnounted the dangers and fatigues -stai-
dent to new settlements, vwere beginning
to live comfortably, and were rapidly sub-
duing the forests and wild lands. This Col-
ony is said to be from 520 to 590 miles ling.
and from 200 to 315.'miles wide. The Eng-
lish families which have emig, ated there,,rlre
stated to be 5000.-Before thley arrivedi,the
population consisted of 22,000 whitea0(prin-
cipally Dutch) and 38,000 Africans, pronci-
pally Hottentots and Caffres. l-The British
Missionaries are said to be vely'active And
successful in this region.

Madame CuATSTOruE (fx.-Queen), her two
daughters, and some of her late Coqmt,.!haVe,
embarked from Hayti for England. They
are accompanied hy a British officer, asd,
she is said to be extremely rich.

A.inerican Bilel Society. The moneys re-
ceived by the Treasurer in October, amout't-
ed to g3197 90. Bibles issued during the
month, 3643 -Testaments 1614-valued at
P3495 36. Dortor Jacob Porter subscribed
8120, in addition to 930 formerly paid, to
constitute him a Director for life. A doni-
tion of S25, was received from Miss Sally
Flint, of Danvers ; S406 were remitted by
the Beikshire Bible Socety, and 879 67 by
the Hlampden county Bible Society.

Flonr.-The speculations in this article are
every where at a dead stand. The nominal
price is S7 per barrel; but no one is found
to give the price; and very few would take it.

Bank D1eposites. At the Supreme Judicial
Court, in Essex, on Saturday, Chief Justice
PAi-Ken. delivered the opinion of the Court in
the case of Foster against the F.ssrx ltank,
which was in favorofthe Bank. A large sumn
in gold had been deposited in the Bank by
the plaintiff, as a special deposit, and which

Ixorwa a rt'Tvs. eia cEs impudently insinuates.-We knew that '
SAwTtrAoo, Au. 13. News has been re- no such negotiation could have existed.. But
ceived here, of thie entrance of, the patriot we proved that after his imprisonmeit.was de-
forces, under Gen. SA M rTIs, into Lma. termined upon by the Powers it whose cus-
Mr. HooAS, American agent, and Ihis fam- tod} hie was, the government of the Uniled
ily, have arrived here in the Tea-Plant, from States did remove the obstacle which exist-
New-York i but on account of indisposition- ed to his confinement in St. Helena-the most
has not yet been able to present himself to secure place in the world.-And by thus r6e-
the government. The Tea-Plan has pro- moving what was considered by thile Allies as'
ceeded with a part of her cargo to he coast aan obstacle to his safe-keeping, the world had
of Peru, where Flour is said to -be as high as a right to gve them the credit of having con-
$150 per barrel." tribute their share to the measure of general
.r safety, from which the world has derived so
FROM CUR.RACOA PAPERS.. much benefit.-And that so far they were
CunnAgOA, OCT. 10. The Spanish priva. accessary to his confinement in the safest
ter Centaillao, of 6 gne, arrived here this place. We have no hesitation in believing.
ty,-and landed an officer of a patriot priva. that had the U. States have refused to ratify
teer captured by her a few days since. Sus- the article proposed in November, 1815, and
picions existing that the Centilla had been Great-Britain should have consented to the
depredating on Dutch property, o the Go- exchange of the ratilcations of. the C nven-
ernor ordered hier to be arrested ; and it was : tion without it, and, in consequence that A.
found, that she had on board several Dutch merican vessels would have been authorized
subjects, in irons,, ho had been captured in to touch at St. Helna, the most powerf,,I a t-
two. Dutch sch ones which the C. had seat I tempts would have been made, under such
to Porto Cabello. This act of energy it is admission, to effect his escape,t by ovescte
hoped will occasion the restoration of the fitted out from the U. S. with the r.i-Emper-
two schoonrs. or's funds, or those of his friends il Ameri-
We have already announced the arrival c a; that in all probability ihe would have. et
iere of the Spanish General Mon A.s. His .fected his escape, as he did from n lba and
errand is said to be to obtain a loan of 50,000 that the repose of the world would have been
dollars to aid the Spanish cause.-On Sun- put nt hazard by it. As far, therefore, as the
day several persons entered his house fortt.e conduct of the American government went,
purposE of assassinating. him ; but a guard in consenting Io the suspension of the article
firomn the fort dispersed them before they of the treaty tduritng tlie time Bunntaparte
could execute their designt. It is not ex- remained a prisoner, so far t(le world has
pected he will succeed in obtaining the loan, been under obligations to them for ilhe Peace
as all confidence in the success of the Span- antd consequent Prosperity they have enjoy-
ish cause on the Maine, is at an end. ed since 1815.
SMr. BiACE we think to be in error respcet-
L A rEs r At OM EUROP, ing the extent of the opinion, evenij)'Ame,
Ln n Lates to t e 1 li a j Liverpool to. rica,.tht sthe detention of Butonaphrte, in

ich e a dngoa1itihK.: ari eo in L on si a-e meaty island; .Iand all
barn and stack fr more tha n a fritnight) conis t e es rtae at c o n
wssei utobe lobkig better, an, ofCouse rknwtltisrette th bestt i i tn h er der n, th e a
uthat bte corn fever was abating. .dvice o is stohritieoshl tmes is eiardo ethsendion oi
given in some of the iarverpool letters, not uto ^ a. itie aothe i to" "
go higher for flour thtan k6 per barrel. s 'ejst friend Is, that such i as the
0F a .eth ate i L ntsrcon-esiaeasStthatalie wotuldw4talysg
donin good health fr on his visit to Ireland. ,theitime of is death, had his
a cofi sa et en n n tl the Tlosertt of on don,
e t e f ,u. o lyrood V o ri e, oh even the ivell keno wn Ten
Let tears aRom Leguoss, t Augst 2t, p in Paris.-AnIl it is very certain, had the
(quite late) say, Russia seems disposed to British f:overnmeut, instead of sending him
remain neutn ain the war between tie uIrks o r t. Helena have delivered him sp to the
and Greeks." It w would seem froam tis letert o So e, havet 'is alsored- (i a eioteo o
tieat itevor s quall between nRltta sd n ngot ofFuince, t at his cree (as a declared
tkat lea squall blownover. ee sA ad r- Outlaw' wvuld have closed. with that of his
key tad blown over.^ favourite Marshalsisy, int the Place de Greve.
I.ls o As it is, we can assure Mr. BACsue, that there
o kio Gazette-in the last number of are very many who think, that h'Is demise in
the Philadelphia journal th s 7 nisnitmerl, we prison was the retribution of a Righteous
are, favored with about half at column of the Providence, for te many murderous acts"
usual vituperation of Mr. BACHE, 'its Editor; committed by his personal orders, or author-
in which the epithets of dogged royalist ized by his decrees-of which those of ViA.M,
newspape,"-"advocate of doctrine df the independent printer, PIoevofI Lonius-
a legitimate monarchy,"-" parasite of the sAiTr, Capt.WtniHT, and. the thirty females
British sovereign," and others, equally new in Champage, 'he ordered to be executed
and edifying, are strung toget-er, with no- in 1814 merely for hailing the Allies as tihe
tices of the "National Gazette," Mr Harri- deliverers of their country, make but a small
soi, or Gray Otis" '; Hartford Convention," part of the catalogue. But this en passant.
and Federalists of the Boston stamp," with We have been led to these remarks by those
all the flippancy and consistency of his En- of the Gazette. Buenaparte is 'no riote.
glish twin-brother, ith amiable Peter Porcar- We are willing that his crimes shouhl not- be
pine.-And all this, because the CriN rE, in remetibeied:in his epitaph. s
noticing an article itn foreign (Gibraltar) One wordimore-We do not P often thus
paper, happened to make a passing note of Abtrude oin our readers. Mr. B. accuses ut of
some dozen or twenty lines, concluding with treating his corrections" with neglect. Af.
a compliment to tlhe present administration. ter seeing how capable hie is of misrepresent-
But the sample ofnaime-calling given above,is ing and distortingfacts,aspointed out above,
only aprologiue to the pith of the Gazette para- we feel confident the reader will perceive
graph; which is here quoted at full length:- hov unnecessary comment is upoh suel
4 By way ofeoncealing 14fdoublareif iti political self-convicted imputations -And to reason
affairs, Major Russoll evtn affects to co siler tine with ain Editor, who is so far beset with the
priesint aerministration ofthe general govntpient Spirit ofParty.as to belied te tithere isa'
as someithingfresntrion te last, notv titihstnd- single American Editor, wii iah a ie a dvo-
ing Mr. Montue %as a prinlcipal et aetr itthe cafei of the doc:ie of a legitimate besaedita-
adititrastfon of Mr.ettson .i-usti-ol, Cateoftheedocieaof legitatea eredt
this distinction in a ara in is paper of thoe ry Monarchy," in the United States, would
i24th of October, wherini has he lataltePtieootd to nQt only be a waste of ink and paper, but an
confirn LTe assertiUon made by some Europeanh insult to tle understanding of every inthiui-
prints, "thati the government of the GUniited States gent reader.

otaisotrher blacK woman. in e was nearly (u
years old, and declared her innocence to the
lastmoment. :
The last Salem 'Register contains a list of
nineteen bills of indictment presented to the
Supreme Court on Friday list, being tihe
largest number enter found in one term in
Essex. Seven of the.culprits pleid guilty, tlhe
others not guilty. The trials of the latter will
take place immediately after the trials of
Brooks and Parsons for murder, which will
be on the 19th and 20th inst.
The shop of Mr. Lovett, of Beverly, was
broken olten on Saturday night last, and rob-
bed of goods to the amountof 1000.-Some
of the articles were found next day on the
road in Chelsea. There were marks which
indicated that a waggon had been- tsed to
transport the stolen property-probably to
this town.
One Williatms, suspected of having broken
open the store of Mr. Young, in Lindall's-
lane, the 24th ult. has. been traced by Mr;.
Constable Reed, to this town, and arrested by
him. open the stores of Messrs. Whittiersud Carle-
ton, but his arrest prevented the execution
- of the plan.-Haverhillpaper,

Letters from Cuba charge citizens of that
island with conniving and exulting at the
scandalous piracies which have recently been
committed on Amzrican vessels by boats fit-
ted out from thence. Such charges ought
'to be made and received with much caution.

The robber of the mail.in Maryland has not,
yet been discovered.. He:npears ta o possess
great desperation as well as address.

0~ 'Governor JACKSON's address to the citi-
zens of Florida will be found on our first page.
GQ'Some articles were received at too late
an hour for insertion this day.

in'this town, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr.
Pierpont, Mr. James Iarry, jtun. to Mliss Sophia Patterson.
By the Rev.Mr. Dean, Mr. Joshua Emmons,jun.to Miss
Julia Atn Gould.
On Sunday morning last, by the Rev [Mr. FrotIHingham,'
Mr. Israel Brown to rMiss Mary T. Phillips, daughter of
James Phillips. Esq.
In Dedhamn, Mr. Dexter Dear,of Dedham, to Miss sMar-
tha Wnanington Vincent, of this town.
Ii Salem, Mtr. Jacob Ellswortlh to Miss Lydia Nicleols.
InMetldfield, by Rev, Dr. Sanders, Mr. TimothUy li.Ma'on
to Miss Alma Harding.
S In Newbsuryport, Mr. Charles Beck, of Columbia,S. C*
to Miss Esther Richardson, of the former place.
In Pawtucket Henry Marhcant, Cashierof the Manufac.
turers' Bank to Mis Nancy Wilkismion.
In Deerfield, Rev. Luther Ham'lton, of Taunton,eto Miss
Delia Williams. |
In Nhrwith, Mr. A. H. Hubbard,to Miss Eliza Lanmaan.
In Nqntuteket, Mr. Joseph C. Melcher, Editor of the'
antluclt Inqumirer,.t Miss Susan P. Coffin, daughter of
Capt. James Josiah Coffin.
In Dennysville, Ichabod R. Chadbourne, Esq- of East.
port, to Miss Hannah Lincoln. daughter of the Hon. Theo-
dare Lincoln, of D. "
In IHillsboro', N. H. Cot. Benjamin P. Brown, ef Walth-
am, Mass. to Miss Lucy Taylor.
In New York city, oct. James Demarest to MissMaty
In Upper Red Hook, N..Y. Capt. iJohn Downes, of the
U. S. navy, to Miss Maria Gertrude Hoffman.
Ili Plaitsburg. N. Y. Lieit. Charles T. Platt, ofthe navy,
to Miss Eliza Ann Walworth.
Ilt Philadelphia, Dr. John R. Peckworth to Miss Martha
In A Itimore, William Stewast, Esq. to Miss Charlotte
Pintiney -Lieut. William H. Mann, of tlhe U.S. army, to
Miss Marian McKesne.

In tlis town,on Saturdnty last, Mr. Calvin Howe,aged 41.
Ot Sunday evening, Mrs. Anna Kuhn, wife of Mr.
GenrgAi Kiihn, aged 84.
On G iotdaty tiornti nig, after a short and distressing ill-
ness. Mrs. Be-tsey Snow, consort of the late Mr. Royal
*Snow, aged 5.6.
On lonlair, Mrs. Hannah, wife of Mr. C. A. De tRan.
damnie, agetd 36, Funeral thisafternoatnsiat 3 o'clock. front
his dwaelIintuithose, on Ellis & Carver's wharf. Friends
Audrctntionsare requested to attend without any further'
Miss Tammy C.Greenleaf, aged 65, formerly of Glou.
Yesterday, Mary Ann, eldest child of Mr. Gilbert Field,
oafCd 2 y3eu'u and 2 montths,.
Yesterday morning, Josepah Heary, son of Mr. Isase Mur.
dock,l atned3 yeairs-fui teal to-morrow afternoon, from his
hotise, No. 72, Newbury-strent, at Duast 3 o'clock.
In CIarlestown, on Monday afternoon, Capt. Daniel
Smiith, aged 62, a revolutionary soldier.
in iRoxbury, Oct. 30th, Mrs. Elizabeth Lethbridge,
aged 67..
Il Dcdlham, Edward W. son of the Rev. Wm. Montague,
aged 7.
In Lexington, n Saturdnly last, Dea; Jitmes Brown, agbll
At Jamaiea Plain, Charlotte Rebecca, only daughter of
Nathnliel a'd Charlotte Freeman, aged 2 years.
Is% M edlield. Mrs. Carolino BDll"-n, widowv or tie lte Mo.
*-ss Biullen, Esq. oged 93, the oldest person butone in tihe
Ili Slemi, Mr. Joseplh Wiggin, agedl 77.-Mr. Joseph Ce.
rey, age d O.-iMrt. Isabe. Austit, vife of Mr. Ricletrd A,
aged 45.
In Saituate.on Friday last Mr.Foster Litohfieldaged 30.
I iNewburypnri.Mr. Sarah Wiggtesworth, relict of Ed-
wantl W., D. 1). Hullis professor ol Divinityin Hiarvard
Collneg,ageg 1i.
In Portsioulitu, N. H. Doct. l.ynmn Spaslding, aged 46.
In Newport, It. I. midshipman Thomal Ryulrgh Handy,
of' the U. S.navyr,gid22.
In Madiion, N. Y. Mr. VWin. Prout--Ie was pas'in ga
bridge In, a waggon. and his horse beaotnini i'frigltened,
backed off the bridge, wean they were precipitated o feet
totlhe rocls below and, were instantly killed-Mr. P. sur
vived only two hours.
In Philadelilhi, Colonel Alexander Sidney Coxe, aged
31 years.
In Battlimcre, Oct. 21st, Mrs. Hannah Foster, wifeof Mr.
Betn. W. Foster, aged 42, formerlyof Boston.
in Portsmouth, Va. Mrs. Tamzin Smith, wife of Capt.
JohnilSuitb, a native of Orleans. Mass.
In'Peteribcrtu-g, Virg. William TI. Nivisof, Esq. at-ned 32.
In PtIwhnta' coinnty), Virg. Gen. Linttleberry Mushy agedt
64-he twas in the military service of his country during'
mostn of the revolutionary war.
Io Blau-kwamp,S.C. Doctor Samuel Perry, formerly of
Connectieut. aestd 40.
In TrrO.Ohio, Mrs. Sarah, Morris. wifeof Thomas Mor-
ris, Esq. tie deceased was recently from Warehlam, Mass.
andot her nailca nime wiv Read.
Itt Shelbyvillr. Ket Witlgfi litl Bullnlnc, E'q- a member
elect front mhe Stalte of rentueky to lthe 17tt Conlgress.
IuI tMonTcOmerrt, Alahinna, Sineun Fiske. Esq. ageid 33,
a uati e of ttis State, bIt for many ears a resident in Geor-
In Caltawha. Alabama, Th6tuas A. Rogers, Esq. Secreta-
ry or Stateof Alabu:tia, ,
Ill Dnar-n, Mtr. .Joa hn ontniery Hannoa, aged 17,
brother of lie Editorf trt aitrietG Cazette,
In Siranli, Gr. Col. Colliarines Fierr. agedt .
AtSt.Pi'r e', Mr. Jnlcoi Porter, of Charlestown, aged
25,mate of seh. Etiza & Nanny.

iffore Atrocionu Piracies a.dBarbarities.-BrFig Colohbossee
Contee, Jackson. arr. on Monday from the lavaina, killed
thnce othene orntle moningo l't 8tlh ti. ailtd Oin tIe e'veiin6r of
the satome day, about four mileo from the ior, S .as bru'ght
too by a piratical sloop, containing about 30 i oni. A huait
from her. with let, men, catne sa'oug-sidh. and osoo iafiter
they.of on board commenced plundermng.-'Thley took near-
ly all the clothing from the captain and mate-all the cook-
ing utensils and spare rigging--uroveart of the rturnitu
rigging- cut the small ca Ile-broke tce tc-uiuasas-iat the
Aast's'Poats to pieces-took from the captain his watch and
four hQxes eigars-and from the cargo iltree bales eochi-
.ieal, eonsign-d to Messrs. Win. B. SWtelt & Co. and six
boxes cigars, consigned to Mr. it. Merlando They beat
the mate inmercifully,,and huug hin u:, by the ltnek un-
der the maintop. They olso Ibeat tise captain severely-
broke a larte broad sword across his back, and run a long
Lnife through lhis thigh, so that he ahuost bled to death.-
capt. Jackson saw theisloop at the legs', thedily before.
Capt. Bugnon, who airvrwd ot M monday fi am Charleston,
spoke on the 2d inst. off'the S. Shoal of Nantucket, the
brig Three Partners, from Jamaica for St. John-hald been
robbed, off Cape Antonio, by a piratical vessel, of about 35
tons, and 17 men, of clothing, watches. &e. and the cap-
tain was hung up by the neck to thefore-yard-arm, till tle
was almost diad.
Capt. Burn, who arrived on Monday, from Cape Hay-
tien, spoken the 26th nit. lat. 33,hlo..78, buig Sea Lion,
36 days from Cape Haytieu for tielfasrt,Ireland, which had
been plnndlered by a pirite intheGulf.
-Tfle brig Harriet, "apt. Diatond. from St. Jago de Cuba
for Baltimore. ar-ived at Havana oas the 1tlh vlt. having
been robbed ofmill her cargo of sugar, andt 4000 dollars in
specie eol Cape Antonio, by ta boat with.15 men, having
two sells, in ce. C.pr. D. 'as hnutgmp by tihenedk, ntid Lre
gained seanseless for some time ,fit'-r he was taken downt
'iThe Dutcht brig Mercury, 77 iays from Mlariseilles. n-iv-
ed at Havanllu oil the i6th tilt. after having been rubbed of
10.000 dollars worth of her cargotby a piratical sch. and
boat, off. Cape Antorio.
Brig George. arr. at this port on Monday, from Havara'
sailedOct.20,.wth 9 sail, under coensoy of U.'S. set.'Re-
venge-parted co. same night, in t gale from the N. 22d,
off Cape Florida, saw a sa sa ppossed to be te B. a biig
amid sch. in co. In the fireset, brigs Dolphin, Cunniughan,
for this. tart ; Philadelphia, fur sPlilad.; Fame, Proai-
dence; sch. Louisa, Ne.wport.
Theship Julert, of aBth, having On binhrd 146 hbls. of
turpentind'anSi 519 bales cotton, ready to tail for Liverpool,.
caught fire at Wilmington, on the night of Oct. 21, between
9 and 10, aid was entirely consumed, with lier cago.

At Part l Prince, 41th Oct. a Bostin'brie for tkenn'.
blink in 3 days-Btig .eo, oft iosteu, sailed Ior Turks Is-
land day before.
At St. Domingo tith nlt. britg Alert, Gordon, of Port-
ilaud, on the coat loading for Harana ; Amity, Laoe,for
Bath 5i days. .. : A
At MSonte Video, Sept.'l1. h'igs Cora, Page., of Boston,
waitingeargo of beeffrotm Buenos Ayres. Brig L.evant,
Harrod, of Brewste,- sailed 15th Sept. for Buenos Ayres-
brig Susan, Covill.of Boston, sailed 29th Aug. for Gilbral-
tar-sch.' Essex; Aborn, of N wuort,.artr about 19th Aug.
atd left for Bueanos Ayres, a23d.
At Malaga. Sept. 7,brig Pargtunn, Bangs, fior Boston, 4
days. Brigs Elk, Wheelwrigt. Elia, BR rry, arnd Mary,
Pratt, allof Boston, quarantined is the outer.Roads, iot
dise.-brig Warbler, of Boston. quar. itlthe Mole.
At Port an Platt, 177th Oct. sell. Amnity, Lane, for Iloston %
15 days.
Brig Frances, Bridge, from Rotterdaet, for this port.
5 or 6 days, was att St. Ubes. Sept 0.
At Cape Haytlen, about 14th tilt. Billow, in 2 days; Fa-
vorite, 3; Only Son tine.; aiytien, vessel sold.
At St. Pierres, 13dh ilt. Ann, Lincoln, Boston, 12 ; Eliza
& Nancy, Gage, do. 6, (mate died 7th); brig Sophronia.
Dole, Wadir,do. 18; brig Edwin. Portland, 0.
3ch. Franklin, Foster, of this port, was to sail in 10 days
for St. Thonuas. 'Fipe t Iry &IElizabeth, Whiittemore,was
:at Port tHoynl. a fussw days before.
Brig T'hoa.ssa & Edward, Hall, from TurkI Is!and, was
dischargingat Havana,Oct. 5.
AtHavana, Oct. 18, Marg. Wrigt i, Ntfolk, 35; brig
Comet, KeyMs, of Buleksport. for Plilah-lIphia.27th.
At St. Jolns, (P. B.)Oct. 15., sells. Aurorn. Timelier, 13
days from dthis port, or. Silt ls May,ft. Batl,sr. l4th.
SAt Lisbon, Sept. 22, Ohio, Turner, disc.; Prince &
Groves. Over. of Sedgwick. to sail in a or 8 days lor U.S.
Ship ,olushad been released.
At HyAnnis,on Saturday morning, sebls Gen. Macomb,
hence, justarr. and Reintdeer, from Eastport, Seh. Alert,
Bears, from Halifax, for N. York. ailed ont W ldnesday.-
Paclket,Hall, for Philad. on Thursday. The latter was
spoken same afternoon, off Falmouth.
At Cape Haytiei, Oct. the Embargo.to sailiit 2 days.
Brig Agenoria, Mitchell, fi-om Kpnnoiunk. lo r i Port-au-
Prince, touched off 8th. Seh. Success, of Salemn, for Go.
nalves, sailed day before.
At Havana Oct. 20, George, of Portland, loading ; Pea-.
cock ani Jaanit, for ilthis port. do.; Catch.me.if-you.Can,
Barstow, Port anoPtince, do.; .tis. Empire, idle ; brig Al-
fred, from Mobile sch. Climax, Simpson, 14 da s from
Boston, just art. 'The New Galen, tHa'ri, for do. at-as
loaded, tosail next d10. Brig M tarart, Martin, 16 ds
from Castine, arr. 10lth,oand hadl goneto Marel. Bri gBet-
sey, Eels, for this port, sailed a week before, capt. better.-
Brig Phonix, Browai,tuorthis port, sailed lOtth.-Schs. Cath-
arine, Collins, of Duxbury, for Ticestet ad Richmand
Packet,Oakes, for Alexandria, l3th. [Thie Pl canix was
spoken 15th, lat. 25, lot. 81.]
AtPt. Petre, Oct. 8. Enterprise, Merrill, for St. Thomnas,
6 ; Cherub, (late Snow, who died Sept. 28)'Marblehead,
few daya; Wil:iam and Paciflic, Portland; brig Hiram, of
Ntewport,just ar. ; sell. Cyrusn, Cobb, loading for IHamp.
den. Brig Agile sailed 6tlh. fora market.
At Bordeax, Sept. 10, Otho, Gifford, for New York; War.
rington, Dillingham, New Orleans; Angelina, Merritt,
Citarieston; and others.
The At. Hero. for this port, in about 5 days, was nearly
Loaded at Anisterdam, Sept. 6.
SOct. 25, off Cape Ienry,ship Indus,from Pacific Ocean,
bound to Nantucket.
Oct. 14, off Crooked Island. sloop Anna & Polly, of Pi yv-
idence 15 days from Norfolk for Jeremie.
Oct. 18,l1at.27, loll. 71,sell. Ceres, iS days from Boston
for Havana.
SOcT. 26, hat.t 34, in 10 fathoms water, seb, George, Tobey,
from. Tlomastown for Cha-reston. '
Oct.27, off Frying Pan Shoals, brig Rolla, front I'rovi
dence for Savannaol.
Oct. 29, lat. 34,2 Ion. 69, 55, sell. Edward & William,
Clase, days from Bath for Hlvana.
Oct. 28, lat.43, Ion. 12, brig Margaret,3 days from Ports-
Nov. 3,20 lea. W. f cape Sables, sch. Swift, from Bay
of Clmaslr for Beverlyv, 4.0 qtli. fish.
Oct. 2I, lat. 33, lou. 78, seh. 'MIry, Goss, 8 days fr. Mar.
blehead for Savannah. lraky.
Nov. 3, all the Fishing Hi s. ill 10 fthatbus water, brig
Barzillni, 4 daysfrom Eaitport for N. York.
LLat 38, Ion. 73, die Boston Packer, of Keunebunk,2 da)s
from Virginia. t
Oct. 14,off Crooked I,'land, brig Sarah Ann, Lumbard,
from P. au Prince fur t uom Key.
Oct. 24, lat. 33, Ion. 79. ch. H, nnah, Adams, 24 days fr.
Trinidad for this port-aand supplied with bread, hav.
ing been robbed of her provisions, by a Iirate.
Oct, 27. lat.35. losn 72, brig Hannah, of Newburyport,60
hours from Alexandria.
Brig Palaox, for Bath, sailed from Havana Oct. 8, in Co.
with brig Cobbossee Contee, aerr at this port.
Ar. at St. T'homas.Oct. 18,'aetolus,Nioketson,of Bucks-
poat. disc.; brig Visitor., Rideour, of Buatl.-Sch. Ar-
ringdon, Bourne, of Sandwich, sailed for St. Domingo, 3.
days before.
Brig Laura. Holman. 44 dasv from Salenm,ar. at Leghorn,
Aug. 27; Dawn, Endlicott, 41 from do. ar. SS2th; tship
Francis, of do. from to. ar. 30th.
Brigs Planter, Lapham. in 20, and Potomtac, Richards,
in 24 days from this pPrt, Inre or. at Malianzas.
Ship Superior, Whmittemore, from Savannah, ar. at Lir-
erpotl Sept. ll.
The Planter, Long. on a whaling voyage, had left Poyal,
Sept. 22; another brig in co.
Arr. at Havana, Oct. 11, sch. Liberty, Power, Marseilles,
3tlh Peacock. IHarradtn. Boston, .2. 151th, brig Ar-go,
Iincoln, Portlant, 23. l7th. brig Levant, Crocket Porn.
land., 24 ; sch. Jane. Miller, Boston. st. aiiled 13tl, siip
At iadne, Drew. Charl. ston. 14th,sch. Alonzo,N. Orleans.
16(h. brig)Dotphu)it, Bostot. ,
The brigSuccess, which sailed front Havma Sept. l1t

had been stolen by one of the officers of the w ---...... -T" -
Bank.-The action was for the recovery of. SHIPPING- JOURNAL.
the. amount deposited.T

Don JorAst n An.UAGA was presented SATURDAr ; .t.3--Arrived sel. Little Sarah.Ccoll' r,
Martiniqte, 21 ; brig Hent-ice. Luce, tti hmoni ttd; 12; slths.
to the President, by 'the Secretary of State, William Penn, Foster, P'hiiadtlplhia; Iprenzo. Melcher,
on the 31st tit. when fie delivered hiis cre- Portsmouath sloops etTy. Jines, Gloucester; Glouces-
-" .. i .. a .. ived b ,y e ter aPcker, o.4-; Enteririz.e, Nantuclket'.
dent letters and was received by te Cleared-Shpl Houqun, Nasi, NostlWest Coast and Can-
President, as Envoy Extraordinary and Min- ton ; brigs Curlew, Brown., Cape de Verds and a nmrket;
sister Pleni-potententiary from Spain.-,at. Aurora, Warren, Gibraltar and Lbghorn; tuhicon.Loring,
1 .tr P po p.. Nticep ; Halcyon, Russell, New-Orheats; Grampus,5iangs.
Iltelligencer. Cha leston; Sophotiia, ,3myrick, dd. Polly, Kinit, Rich-
------ener mmund; Globe, tichnitind ; Mhxiean,Whiton, Pbiladelplhia ;
Thie Season,.-The interior country, we Pacific, Lewis, Baltimore; Fair Lady, Corey, Kingston ;
learn. has suffered severely from a long con- sioops oMary, fiaxterPlynHopi,N. C.ro; Sabyl, Jenningst
tinued drought.-The springs have not been New-York; Floret, Mallet, do.
known to have been so low for many seasons, SUND.4, iNOr. 4.-Arrived, brigs Ovulo, Collins, Curra'
as on this: and the mills in several places city lO; shMarysnchester, Alien, Baltimore; Oliver Craom
have stopped some weeks for want of water. well, Holmnes' Hole.
On Monday and yesterday we had copious 1Ior)A2, Nov. s.-Ar. brigs Ardent,Hooper, Ittaichlle,
rains from the N. which I promise au. ffi-60; Cobhossee Contee, Havana ; Satria, Bath; Somers,
T e, to. ..- Mo d y .....e v -e n -. OOts eam BoturnS Cap laytien,27; Georg, Lidthgo Hav.na ; sels.
iency to sattmrate the earthswellthie streams, Maine. Bugnon, Chiarleston, 9 ; Nancy. Crockett, Peters-,
and raise the springs -bhirg; Listtic-WltiansKi.iey, Richmond; Delightt.oltes'
g inMa. e ..r and wat Hole ; Enterprize, Small. lbasipoort, 8 Trytn, Malt. via
'..P"'- "- L Wiseasaet, molasses; Mary &l Eliza. Bath ; Lorenzt, Ports.
Thinksqtwing Days.-In Ohio, 2l inst.-In mouth ; sloops l'hminix, Burr, Faifield ; America, Port.
New.Hampshire, 29th.-Ins Maine, 29th.-In Mtis- lanld ; Mary, Churelmill, Hartfnrord ; Maine, Portlantd.
achusett.s,]. 6.-I Connec tict, De. 6th.- Ce'ed-BrigTwo Frien, Smith, C lesto Susan
In New-York, ,_ec. -th In ode-, anDec rPortland; srhs. Wallasc,,.tosiah Gorham, jr.Havan i; Site.
In New-York, Dec. 13th. In Rhode-Islasnd Dec. ,,ss, Stubbs, ElizsbethCity; Sea Serpent. Salemt; sloop
ith. Emspress, Nantrticket.
Theqtre.-On Monday evening Mr. CoorE R T'UESDdT, .Mov. 6-Arrived, sclis. Lingttn,
gave a sample of chaste and impressive act-. Haskell,of ('t.stine, St. John, N. B. 14; Winl. o
ing in Macbeth, and was well supported by John, Allenu, of Sedgewic, Eastport.
Mrs. Powam, as Lady Macbeth, and Mr. dlso, sloop Packet, Loring, Portland.
Dur, as A-acdvf. The House was :well Cleared-sl.ip Rasselas, Brigham, Liverpool, by
filled notwithstanding the inclemency of the S Ati i t, 'iuts, a c; t s.Lyiia-hctMsa'r', TVsVyc'sS
weather. Thltl evening, Mr C. appears in St. oix, by Win. Ritche ; Pharamo. az
the favourite part of Brutus. Mattz b A. at,
-"- JiAWe Turk Dailr y dlvertiser,l
Crimes, &c. TTwo negroes and three white men 4thAA'ao. 1821.5
have beet convicted in Virginisia, ..of the murtler of ATrr. sell. Fair Pay, Kimtball, 15 !aya .'rom,
a white person. ThIe blacks are binteticed to hue Aux Cayes. Li-eft brig Pence, Johnsoui, of N.ew-
flinng, ant the lwitestoiimpris6tnmcnt in the Peni- biurypoit, repairing seis. Woolicth, Trrott. ft'rom
te'tiry fobra termsof years. r Hoston just ,-r.; Sylvii, Nye, slhl ant sailed lotr
-. Easex, alias Tackl Lewis, the' Great Bandit thie Spanish Main. to return thene to Aux t'iAes
of' Georgia, has been taken,,and committed and ifil for Boston. Spoke Oct. 26,1"it. 28, 5,
,to jail0 charged with the murder of Mr. Saun- lot. 72, 50, sch. Williani-k-Emelihe, S lays iornm
ders antd many other enotmities Bioston for Havana.-Matrkets at Aux Ca'ves (lull
...... and glutted ; Island produce scarce nI high.
A black woman, named Jenny, was execut- gn l shi outl Carolna, Carti wrigh. days
ed the 19th ult, in Maryland, for tlhe murder io siSSt, Thonuas

T O be Let, for one or mone years, e pleasanlly
situated, mod-'rn built I)eling-htose ear,
:le centre ofthetowu. Said tollue is large ad con.
venirent, with a good cellr, an excellent Iwll olwa.
ter, goodfor washing; and with the above mav be
had a tower of an acreofLand or moro n. Or moe it'des.
Posessio given itmieadiatly. Inquire of TH'iO,1-
of Hiingham. epiiew oct

for Portiloth, plt b:,lck, Oct. 11, in consequo encof the
injury site received Sept. 5. on the coEst of Flotidain a,
hurricane. Sihecarried into two men, of thIeb-iW .Cos-
mtopolite, wvhicli was wrkedkil oti the sume cooast,i(hLer,0 rs ,
sage from Charleston lor N. tirlealis .' -
Arr. at ScitmnteNov.ildt,sa.h. Fanny, of andfor Boston
from St. Prtene.
ship Indus, fr. Pacific Ocean, for Nanlucet, or. at- d.
gartown, ot] Wdpncduy last.jith 1100"bbls. oil-Ships Bar-
clay, Coffln,and R-amlTir, Wtrih, r. f South Ss,.with tIS00
Lbtis, cerm.nar. ou Thursday and Friday ; Pt-ravin'tfromn
do. with 22C0, on Statlrdaj. "Two tatter \is Coqui.ibo.
Art-. at Edentob, 22dt'lt. sel. ltiramt. Witdsor. Dusxbury.
In Hrlampoitou 62ds -Suth tlt. seh. Two BrotlhtrsDavis,"
days from Thomuastowi for Potersb'.)g--l,. rsit. .Nancy.
Crot lket, from tretershtntg, for Bolttn ; sell. H-enr, Davis.'
6 daos fru.i 'thomast.i n for Ririinottd. ctine'i n' o co.
with seht .'Stati Miller, Davis, \ which tt'otetled ,itot Alex-
andria. .
In Hampton Roads Oct. 31, brig Jalsey, Smith, from
Richmond for Boston; s.h. Almira, Lircburg. -dafp Ir.
Altxandria for Fermuda. .
Ship Briscol Trader, Patterson, for Gibraltar, setls.De'
cattr, Ballftr IBrazils; and Mallory, )tider, for West In-
dies, sailed froma HnLptolt Road 20tcb iti.
Cl. at Norfolkl31st ultiship Itepeator, Maxwell, for LI.h
erpool. .
SAI.EM, Nov. 4-Arrived, brigs Altotz, Smith, Mran.-
ham, 36 ; Anson. Gri'-ce, Ltaguira.30. Cl. sells. Bird,.Brace,
Brnzil id to marrt tt;'Essextt Fil.Cutrracott, .
NEW YORK, Nov. 3-AtrivtI brick' American, Hilliars,
46 dtays fron Moreto VidTeo; Anil Maria, Sltttmne.rtPort a t
Prince ri ; slls. Vestal.' Irelanl, Courrsac, 30' slop .ay,
Thoompson.' City of St. Dolniingo. Ch; brigs-L. .M. Pelhamn,
Mcelttire, Lisbhon ; White Oak, Noiyes, Gi raltar ;.soops
Orioin, Godfrey, Boston; BRpidt,Whceler, do. ; ah.Charles-
tonl jacket, Gnil.. A ux ayes. -
BALTIMORE, Nov..I1-Arrived Irig il.:l.3.,,, Mur.
pity. iarvRno. 13; sell.Fane, Witlid gton, St. I I.. r. 13.
Cl. brigDoris. Norman, Amsterdanm ; &it. 'itlarriet teed,
St. Thomas. 2 below, ship Miassasiioit, fitom Holland.
ALEXANDRIA, Oct. 31-Arrivedt oir. Penguin, Noble,
Salem. via Norfolk. Nov. 1, arr... ilro. Ctroline, SavLcy,
Franklo o; Susan Miller. Bavis, St. Ahdri-as.
CIAnRLESTrON, Oct. 26-Arirlved r. brig Neplutie,
King, a];ica,23; solAs. Hum l.'d Clnins, Maoln, 48;, 0-
live L;raIclg, 'hwao tg. Meracaitlo. 22; Antelope. Whetoo,.
Sc. .lsago tIe Cta, 39 ; slao Attn Cock, oatouzas, it;
William & FHlery, GibbsBostm n 8

T TR H tl, tscr'ibtts hereby Sive notice, that a fittal
l tlvllenrl ofujter po terty of the lAex Bank,
V ,,1 A ,..1v. niade ;, afier whliieb none ot'theliile i
of' said bank Wtill ie padmi. 'All prtsora, therefore,
holdings any of satiil iils, are requested to present,
them for !ntarent, at the Commnterial Bank, ih Sa-
lero, immiliiiteiv. J'OHN' OSGOQl),
,alem, ,'oMz. i, 1S6.2I$.

Barrett's Endish Grammar.
5 3, .Coritiill, a Graair niar of tle Etglish Lan-
gunge. corltaiiiit.g a variety oft'critical riemtarka, the
pritiipal part of which are original. By Jonu
BAait.TT, Teacher of the Greek, Latin antd En-
glish Languages. PFripe S0 tet.
f-This is an ol iginal antd very valuable work,
antdinerils the pat ticttlr attention of the i tsruttc-
ters of'Eiglish Gratmrna. 3m Nov 6

r I i'E, f'st. qua;'ter of the Academy in Antesbu
BL bury- (ear NeFwblry lort) O6mmenced on
Monday, "Nov. 4, unler ito itistruetion of Mr.
Williatua Withingtot--where are taught the various
branches of Mlatheuto Atics, the Lathi, Greek and
Frenooh anguagoe, :,d the commois branches of -
English education toaulht in similar institutions.
Refereneetbrinfiormatiou may Le made tb Dr.
irkland, tontl Professor karrtir, at Caumbrilge ; to,
]sev. Mrt, Cdmain, of DcrLcheters; or Rev. Mr.
Sawyer, of Amesbury.
N. B. Several students may board with the In-
atri'etor s n)v 7

S.A'o. 25, COUHT.,ST2R" EET,,
_[_(AS for sale, just received by the tirig Fttit-
iL Lady, frinom Kotterdam-2 easesCeohn waiting
an at-s, rtnent of Bulbous, L'ubert.us, andt FiTroeus
Roc.t, viz :-t-ed, white, blue and rit eow llya-
cilths ; Tulips double Jorqnillcs; i Rnoncniles ;
Anenoi.es; Cown itimperials ; Poleaithnus Iar-
cisses; white Lillies ; Ml.rtgan Lillies, of sorts
Cobehicutls; ,CyuLaukes ; Crocus, &c.
The above order was selected with great c rs and
att'ittiou, and imported by one of thefirst houses in

tlsoe-just received from Lotdon, an assortment
of Garien aid Flower .St edsa and Garden Toots,
viz :--Pruntig Klivt. j3uddittg Knives, Pruning
Saws, Gatrdeit I 'ieea and Linaes,- Scoop lTrot'e'!
Duteih Htce, Edlgitg rsts, &a. witih e gob d at orto-
Ce RiS, fresh. Mla tgtt Grapes, Bunch Raisins,
faesh Currinuts, prime Havanta Cigats. -
nov7 3is3o .

T LFIE subscriber inforss his friedr s tand the
Public, that he hla purchased (blytot a ,e}e
Iows Falls, orn the Vef'Tionrt' s7e, lately ,bc0c.id
by Mr. Webb, situate on the nearest t t'm
Bosion to Saratoga Sprirgs, which he' ,ha. ired
no expense in fitting up in the most gent eel m.n-er,
with every possible convenience that eai be ftuad-
in any Hotel. He flatters himself there is tno
house between Boston and Saratotga Sprligs belter-
ealculted to give corfbtt to Ladlies andt Gentle-.
men trtvelling than his. r always keeping the best'
provisions and liquors that can be, obtained, within
good belds, and every possible attenion-havitg ex.
cellent accommodations for horses. Th'e Slurin
lately discovered on the premises, is de.ervedly
gettirging i notie ; the waters are found to be
highly impregnated with the stlfiate of iron, and
ha la telo ct'ed some ve.'y stubborn cases of erup-
tions of tihe skin. The subscriber intends the en-
suing spring to erect some convenient baths. All
favors thankfully acknowledged by .
Eclls.os F.9a!, Jl,'o. 1, 1821. Sm

To the Hon. the Justices of our Court.
of r Common Pleas now hohl;en at Boston, within
and Ifor the county of Suffolk, on tlie first Tues-
day of October; A. D. 1821.
HI "JMBLY shews Zacliarial G. Whitman, of
o sait Bosto:, Esluire, and Marie his wife it,
her t ight, that they are seized in fee simple and as
tenants in aommot of and ina certain real estate,
situated at the rly part of Boston, aforesaid,
containing in breast h, at the southerly end thirty
two feet, more or less, and at the northerly eiti
eighteen feet, more or less, and in length on the
east side forty-eight feet, more or less, and on tie
west side thirty-three feet move or leas pand hound-
ed on the south west and north east by North.
street and Clia-..ter-strcet, and on the north by
land now nr late of Luke Stone, and on the tiotth
west by land now orlate of Joseph Snellig'. Ieir.'to

and eighty parts of said premises, with Mercy R.
Ahraltamssitgle woman, otfsail.Boston,and certain
other persons unkuowns to your petitioners that
Ihey ca,,not possets, occupy and improve the said
parts to any advantage, while the satme lay in com-
mon atnid nddvi-ded as aforesaid, hut wholly lose
the profits thereof. .,
tWherefore they pray 1ltat notice may be issued
in due form of law,-intl that their taiit parts in hes
right may be set off and assigned to them in sere t-
al'.v, aid as its ditv bound yotr petitiotera shall
ever pray. ZACH. G. WVIILTMAN,
A'true copy, Attest,

Court of Common Pleas. .
Suffolk, as. October Term, A. 1). 1821.
Upon tlte aforegoing petition Ot'dered, tltat the
petitioners give notice to all perstits interested is
the prayer thereof 1o appear before the Justices of
our Court of Common Pleas, to be holdun at Bos.
ton, within and for tile county nf SuLfulk, ou die
first Tuesday of January next. ly publ'ishing an at-
tested copy of said petition and this order thereon,
three weeks stucetssively in the Columbian Centi.
1tel, printed in said Boston, tlhi last iitliiatioti (o
be thirly days at least before the sitting of oatil
Con't, that thiey may then and there it our a'dd
Coitrt shew case, if any tltey ha'e, why the prayer
of st.id petition should nOt be granted.
A true copy, Attest,
110USE~ /V /i.WINGJ .k.




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Far ftavaiea,
Tho staunch ship MINERVA, J
tius B. Lincoln, master, will sail on the'
Siot ot November. For freight or passage, hav-
ing good accommodations, npplv to, the master on
board, at Lewis'-wharf, R E. LINCOLN, No.
40, Long-wharf, or THOMAS TIl \XTI'El,
State.street. 5s9iis oct 'S
Foir Tew-Orleans,
T The fast sailing, peppered brig HAL-
CYOX, John Russell, master, will sail
on SUNDAY, the 4thNovember. She
has excellent accommodations for plAs-
sengers and will take small armsfor pro-
tection against boats. For freight or passive, ap-
42, Central-wharf. 4spis oct 24_
For .ice or any port i tlhe .fediter-

oV The sehi'r MARY, E. Hullen, mas-
ter, 84 tonus, nearly a new and first rate
/ vessel.will tame Freilht for N ice,or any
portion the south of Europe. ipplv tl
TEI,uori AKELt HOI)GES. episif oct 24
SnWO bills for 751 and .5414-is-9d. at 60 days
sight-for sale by WALLEY & FOSTER,
No. 8, 'hlillips' Bilslings. Kithy-street- nov 7
Exchange on Havana, '
F"OR 1122,.50 ai short sigit-iotr sale by J. &
VH. T'HAYEI, No. 5, liroead-sl'ret nov7

yftllE Copa tnership of BELCHER k HALL,
Sis dissolved by th de ath of the senior partner.
All persons who are'indebted to tie latefirm, are
Sraquested to make payment to the s:srvivins part-
ner; andthose who have demands against the firm,
to present them to him for ipayment.
JOSEPH HALL, would inform the friends of
the late frrm 'of Belchr 1 [1-&all, that lie continues
to carry on the Horse Shoeing business'in its vari-
ous branchestat the stand occupied by th- late firm,
where every favor will be thankfully acknowledg-

59 BALES prime, Louisiana COTTON, Tnow
29 laildingfrom seL. Comnct, from New-Or-
leans, and for sale by OLIVE'IR, BORLAND &U
ABBOT, No. 21; Central-vlharf. nov 7
~rfQf' BBLS. hsuperline Flour, PRIDES brand,
S00 larding from sell. Nancyv, ob sale: by
"-JONATHAN AMORtY; No. 8, India-wharf.
november 7
Cirt,"f'f FEET St. Domingo, a great pro-
0U,0U portion lBraneli, adl I2,tk'l feet
Bavy MAHOGA~N--Ibr sale by GRI)LEY U&
BLAKE, No.'28, Cornhill. no 7 7

F; OR sale by BAKER & LIOLIGES, No. 30, In
Just received per schr. Agawaim-31 hhds. of
Muscovado Sugars; 24 casks W. 1. I. -Rum, entitled
to debenture. .nov 7
Central-wharf, have foi- sale, now landing
from schr. Nancy, frbmn Petersburg, 150 b11ls. noew
Midldlings FLOUR. nov 7

H AVE for sale, landing from brig Floridai-75
*pipes Rochelle Brandy, Rasteau's brand ; i I.do.'
Cognne do. Callimindd Richard's brand,eotitled to
debenture. : nnv7
0 SAM. PARKMAN. r. & CO.
HJAVE for sale-.-100 boxes assorted Havsna.
Sugars. epistf nov 7 .

.AKER & H)DGES, No: 30,; Idia-street,
have for sale Claret Wines in casks and box-
es Woodhouses, S. M. Wine in whole and hair"
S ipes; French Salad Oil, in basketss of I2 and 6
odtles each do. do. do. boxes ; Olive Oil, int
... casks, entitled to debenture.
'ni'v7' e'hiia4w '

i ... jum and, A erican Brandy,.
..A-it ) to be superior to any before made in this
s country 4th and 5th proof, on hiind and con-
stantly for sale by BiNjAMIIN S'TEVENiS,
Front-street, or'at the Larbby of State Bank, where
he may be seen every day. elfis2in oct S1

Vinegar, Cider. Fish, Old Cheese,'etc.
SPIPES real "Cider Vinegar; 7 pipes do-
Wine do.
15 quintals Old Dunn Fish,
2-i Olu Cheeses, frum the Bowdoin Dairy
11 pipes Old Cider,
28 groce superior Bottled Cider,
15 do, do. d;). Porter.
Also-a general assortment of Wines, Liquors,
Oils. Demijohns, Stone Ware, ce.-for sale 'hy.
DAVID BEM'N ', Congress-street,opposite to the
U. S. Branch Bank. epistf se)t 8

TTAVE removed from Market-street, to the
1_ chambers in the new block, neut door to
Messrs. Whitwell, Bond ? C.t's Auction Store.
'Kilby-street. epis2m -Oct fi

T HOMAS DENNIB & SON, No. 31 State-
street-Have for sale now landing from sch.
Syren, from Rochelle, opposite No. 41 Central.
"wharf, 69 pipes Rocheller Brandy Rasteaus"
brand, of superior quality ; part of which is enti -
tied to debemiture, epistf oct 6

White Lead, Sheathing Copper, 4-c.

H WeVo. '43, BROAl3D-STREE7T
hAS just received by tie Milo, from Liverpool,
20 casks dry-.White Lead,
20 cases Sheathing Copper, 16 to 22 oz.
24 cases Sheatliing Copper, 20 to 30 oz.
12 do, bright do. 22 to 28 or..
10 casks Red Lead, .
50 hhds. very old Englislh Copper-as,
12 casks best English Card Wire asssorted,
28 to 33; .10 rolls Sheet Lead, 4 to 6 lb.
Lead Pipes suitable for Aqueducts all sizes.
august 29 lawistf
ARD U WHITE, in the new Block,Kilby-
street, have on hand an extensive assort-
ment Dutch Bolting Cloths. The former custom-
ers of B. F. White, for this arnticle, can always lie
supplied with any quantity, at the lowest prices.
oct 6 epis3w

H AS received by the Triton, Mount-Varnon,
Milo Falconr and Suffolk-159 packages of
wlihich are..~ffered for sale, by the package or
piece, at No. 45, M'arket-street. ,,
sept 19 episv6t

B L '.CK, scarlet and white Merino Long Shawls,
Rich Garnitures, and assorted Taf'et,' Ribbons,
Black, white and green Grapes,
Long white Kid Gloves; white and col'd Habit do.
Habit Silk Gloves, Castor do.

Black and colored silk Braids,
Linen Cambricks and :lIlkfs.: silk Hdkfs.
Levantines; Florences; Serge Silks,
Black, blue, drab and olive Silk Velvets,
Just received by thlie Wave, and for sale, ait No, 19,
Market-street. DRAPE.R 1-, 'rIONE.
pat I ? 4'ewi

Slack, White, Crimson and Pearl S&a-
in, superir quality.
SLACK double chain Levantines; black Sin-
O" chaws and Sarsnets,
hl aek, white, stream and green Crapes,
black aund white silk Gloves,
superior Enghish black kid do.
extra long white do. do.; Merino IHdkfs.
rich plaid Ribbons; Imitation Muslins,
Gentlemen's black Cravats, &c. Just received
at No. 35, Market-street. 'ABEL BAILEY.
nov 7 4is

S -o. 37, ..MA.RKET-STREE2T,
A large assortment ot the newest patterns, Lon-
don and Paris manufactured Gentlemen's WATCH

I WeNo. 10, KILRY.-STI'E T,
iiAVE received by the Parthian 49 packages of
Goods which "with what they have on hand, receiv-
ed by former recent arrriv-als, comprises a hand-
some assortment of English, Scotch and Irish
Goods, consisting of
Black, Ilue, brown and olive superfine York-
shire Cloths; black and blue west country do.
Black, blue and drab do.; do. Cassimeres,
Blue and drab Plahins, -
G:een, red and olive Boekings,
Black. mrnaz-ine blue, tnd assorted coloursBom-
bazeenes; Ithodes's Bnmhsazctts,,
Swan, Down and Valentia Vestings,
Camblets for Cloaks,
Navy blue and fancy Prints,
9-S C.mibrme do.
4-4 and 0-4 white Camlirics,
Imitation do.
Mull, Jaconet and Lawni'Muslins,
Ibook, imitation India, plain Letn, and an exten-
sive assortment offancy Miuslins,
Cotton Flag, bhie cheekd,. and printed, japan-
ned, spotted and Checked H-lkfs.-'
Linen Tablecloths.; 7-8 Colerain Liniens,
Black Linen ; Patent colored Thread,
Ribbons; Crapes, &c. e. eptf 3.ipis nov 7
.No. 3, Kilby-street, sup stairs,)
HIave just received by Ahe Feir Lad.y, from I ot-
tet';imq), '2 cases Silk Velvets, mostly black, and
of v'rious qualities,
I1 ease blhck Ribbouls anl Galloons,
1 do drab Galloons and Banding, suitable for
liind ing Great Cltits .
1 0o. superfine Tapes,
1 do. narrow Velvet Binding.
h ls e,jusit opened, .
A new lot of~vsry rich 7-22 .G nitures, all win-
ter patterns, and ofsuperior'" quality,
Italian Sewing Silk; Crapes,
'Fine three cord Wire Cambric Thread, No. 20
to 130,
Patent colored Linen Thread ; fine Linen Drills,
Silk Twist ; Buttous, &c. nov 7
_J "'yo, -, -'3, .7IT.I-STREET,
A fresh supply of ROGERS' ,CUTLERY. con-
sisting of Phanu, Tortoise Shell, Ivory, Buckhorn
and Butffdo Handle Pen and'Pocket Knives, so ame
elegant silver mounted, and from I to 8 blades;
Scissor Kniives; Scissors; Paper Sheart's, aund a
fewsD)ay's Razors
Alsoa-Scargill and Banrber's old English Razors;
Razor Strops; Shaving Soap, and a few very supe-
rinr Hones, Re. &Ie. istf nove 7
Rich Plated Ware and Jewelry.
AS just received, per ship. Parthian, from
JL. Liverpool, and Is) way of New York-fi casks
ami 3 casesof rich Silver Mourted Coffee and Ten
Urns ; Bread and Cake Baskets; Candlesticks andi
Bralnihes ; Chamber and Table Caimnlesticks :Coflhec
and Tea Sets ; Castors aud Liquor Stands ; Decan-
ter Stiinds Salt Stands; Egg Frames; 'Mustfird
Jots ; S nuiers and Trays ; large arid small Walt-
ers; Coffee Pots, separate lirom sets; Sallad
Stands nad Epergnes; est gold boi'dered Tea
'i'rays, with Kniith, Bread. an, Clieese Tra's, and
Bottle Stands to match ; low priced Japunnery
elegant Liverpool Hung Lamps, suitable. f ,la Ige
Halls ; Pi ;ted Astral Moliii Lamps, ; pearl, jet,
paste, old and coral Jewelry-;, Gilt and Steel
Goods; low priced English Watchles, ec.
Th-e above. together with recent importations,-
forms a very extensive assortment of rich Goods,
all of whlie will be sold on their mst reasonable
terms, for cash or appi oved credit. nov 7
ODIORNE respectfully inlorms the. inhabi-
tants of Bostdon and its vicinity, that she has
taken shop No. 54, Mnrlboro'-streec, three ldoirs
tiorth of M iss Benti's,where she intends to keep
.constantly for sale, a complete assortment ,of all.
those articles called for it .Mourning, together'
with Bonnets andi Caps suitable tbr.the ccasion._-
Her present stock consists of Bomlibzeens of dif-
ferent qualities, spine of extra width ; French Lus-
trings 7-8 wile, a new article; very superior in
qualify ; Levantines ; India- Sarsnets ; Sinsbaws ;
Nankin and Canton Crapes ; Italian. amid French
do. ; Bombazetts ; flue. and common mourning
Ginghams ; do.Calicnes ; black silkVelvet ; gen-
tlemeni's and ladies' \orsted HuIsery ; do. do. silk
do. ;.silk and kid Gloves ; Misses do. ; bltck Rib-
bsns ot all widths ; do. Braids ; blys Woistedl
Socks; variety of waist Clasps ; bogtops oi'nement-
edilooksand Eyes ; common do.; Snaps ; Pc-pin
Buttons ; Sewing Silk; black Pins,Hc. ; white
.Cambrickof different qualities. suitable for robes
for the dead ; leno nnd imitation Maslin ; white
Grape ; do. Lace. A few Robes and Caps will be
kept ready made, of different sizes tniprices, if
it should be thought an accommodation. Miss 0.
will blie in tlie shop till len in ihe evening, and very
early in the morning, to wait onl those wiso may
want any articles in her line. The above goods
have been selected wihl much care, and will be
sold for a small profit. Those who may fumvoar
her with a whole .fiMilies mourning will have a
discount from the retail prices. Ladies are re-
questedrl to call and examnie the goorhs for
themselves. It this estalihshmtent should meet
with patronage, all possible pains antd attention
shall le paid to replenish the sto'ek with every ar-
ticl called fur, ot different prices and.qualities, to
suit purchasers. Gowns and Pelisecs can be made
or cut and basted, if desired. Persons from the
country, especially, will fiud a great saving of
tine im finding every at'Licle they wish at one shop
nov 7
JUST received, and for sale by B. & J. H.
PRAY, Nos. 12 and 14, Market-street-a
great variety of elegant QUEEN'S CLOTHS and
- PELISSE do. consisting of Navy, Mazareen,
Prussian, and Sky Blue, Drab, Pearl, Lavender,
Maroon, Garnet, Claret, and other colors.
Aaso, H'roadeloths, Hunter's Cloths and Cassi-
meres, Navy Blue, Olive, Drab, and various lash-
ionab'e.mixtured; Vestings. &c. 8spis oct 13

J OHN KUHN, Tailor, No. S13, State street, re-
spectfully informs his customers and friends,
that hie is now receiving hiS Fall supply of new and
elegant'Goods, adapted to the season, for Gentle-
nien's wearing apparel, consisting of superfine b ack,
blue, milled drab, brown, green, olive, anda good
assortment of modern mixed Broadeloths, Cassi-
meres, Vestings, &c. oftbreign manulfctuire.
leso-a few pieces first quality Jimcrican Cloths
and Cassimeres-Sils striped Scoteii Plaids.
Water proof Camblet and real Scotch Plaid
Cloaks-, of the most fashionable colors aund figures,
armc ifered for sale as above. Purchasers are invi-
cd to call. 6is sept i25
Copartnership Formed.
T IHE subscribers inform their friends mind the
Public, thkt they have formed a connexion in
business under the firm of
and have taken Store No. 18, Marlboro'-street,
where they offer for sale--a general assortment of

B OSTO v1'0A. einember 5, 182. .
ORDERED, That the Secretary cause the fol-
lowing notice and caution to be published
three weeks successively, in time papers printing
the Rules and Orders of the Board, viz.-
The citizens of Boston will take notice-'Chat
Samue I Withington,jun. Esq. of Dorchester, has
contracted to empty and carry out of town, the
contents of all Vaults and Privies, in Wards No.
4, 8, 10, and I1 ; 'Mr. Samuel P. Teel, of Charlus-
town,Wards No. 1, 3, and 6 ; Mr. James C. Kent,
of Newton, Wards No. 5 and 12 ; Mr. William
Ladd, of Newton,Wards No. 2 and 7; Mr. Martin
Morse, of Brookline, Ward No. 9. The price
those gentlemen are allowed to charge the citizens
in no case can exceed 3 cents per cubic feet ; and
no person is allowed to empty or'carry out of
town, the contents of alny Vault or Privy, except
those Gentlemen ,whu have contracted with the
Board as aforesaid; and all owners and occupiers
of Vanlts and Privies, who esproy, or permit any
persons to empty their VanitS' and Privies, other
than the atiresaid Contractors, are subjected to
2 fine of fifty dollars. Also, by the internal'HRealth
Reguliations, all Vaults and Privies must be emp-
tied in the months of Sept;usiber, October, No-
tember, December, January, February, March,'
April; or May.
A true copy of t'Reiord,
Attest, BENJ. WHITMAN, Jun. Sec'y.
N OTICE is hereby given, that' PETER FIN-
THOMAS BRUCE, hlat Coparitners, as Biew-
ers, under lie irm.of PETER FINEGA'N i&
Ct. have constitutedil the subscriLers their Attor-
neys and Agents tosettle and close their company
concerns, and for.that purpose have assigned to
therim theit copartnership property. All persons
having denMauds against said Complany are request-
led to present their ; anid all persons indebted' to
said Co m'sUny, are requested to make payment to
thIe subscribers before the first dIly of D)ecenberr
next, or suits will then lie iinstitutetd.
n WM. SUMMONS -? ,
Boston, .Vov. 5, 1821. 7sp

St. Ubes Salt and Alt.deira Wine.
tft HIIDS. St. Ubes SALT; 12 pipesiand
.j0 8 + casks Madeira WINE, from the
house of Howard, March & Co., oi bomird brig
Francis, Capt. Davis-for sale by F. WATTS,
No. 41, Long-wharf. Sias Cotton, Rice, Tobqcco, &c. "
DF & E. LINCOLN have for sisle, landing from
,- ship Neptune, l19hhds. Kenitucky Tobacco.
..J STORE...
40 bales N. Orleans Cotton ; 120'casks Rice,
40 qr. casks sweet Malaga Wine; 5 pipes do.
30 bbls. Prime Pork ; 20 tierces HIoney.
3tis sept 19
OHN W. LANGDON, 33,, India-street, hass
received by thle Lpoidon Packet, Capt. Tra-
cy, 56 cases of Sheathlig Copper, manufactured
by Shears, including every weight from 16 to 30
oz.-which hlie offers for Sale on liberal tei ms.
In Store-5 cases S/z. Sheathing Copper:
sept 29 epislin

H-AVE received twenty bales and cases British
PIECE GOODS, perFalcon, which are now
opening and for sale. ep3wis sept 15I

NI NORMS hls friends snd customers that a con-.
stunt supply of all the different kinila of Paper
'Minufactured by hit' nmiiy be' found at Messrs.
NASH & t Hrrwoon's, No. 59, State-stt'eet, Boston.
.Miilto, SSept. 5, 1821. 3s "

Green and blue Sinchaws, etc.
P ALES of' black and colored Bombiazetts -
IBlanikets; Flannels; Norwich Plidsa; Va;
lecia anid Swanhsd)wri Vestings ; cases of Prints:
do. green and blue Sinchaws; do Leghorns, Nos -
27 a 53; Italian Sewing Silk; inserting Trim-
mings and Flounces, ce. &c.-hiur sale by GCE-
PHAS PARKER, Metchandize Broker,'No..16,
Kilby-street. 2is sept 12
w M. LINCOLN, No. 2-Old State H-loife
1Im.s just received a .supply of Gentlemen's
Water-proof Beaver Hats,
Do. do. imitation Bsaver do. "
Do. fine plated do. do.
Chihltren's English Fancy Hats,
Gentilelien's englishh Buckskin Gloves,
Do. Frech do.
Do. best Norway Doe and Beaver,'
Do. Fur lined for Winter;
Ladies'and Children's lined fleecy.
iseplim ocnt 20

H ENRY CUT'TEIR t CO. have received per
T the Wiave,, 17 packages FRENCH GOODS,
wh,,lI they offer for sale.
'Also, per Sviftsure, from Bremen, Silk Vel-
vets,.assorted, and Linen Tapes.
oct 20 el-3wis .

Brussels and Venitiaht Ca2petings, 4'c.

l4, .M11..LHBOO'-STREET,
AVE received; in addition to.their former as-
' I. sortment of Carpetings, their Fall assortment
of irlrussels and Venitian Carpeting, Hearth Rugs,
Grtete Bockiigs, &e. &c. f wis sept 19
Drugs, Turke'y Carpets, Wool.
TnURkIEY CARPETS, best quality juss receiv-
e- iroim Smyrna. Also-6 bales blue Nut
Galls; 8 cases Gum Arabic; 80 bags Wool .
Otto Roses, for sale by JOHN C. BROWN,
15, State-street. eplistf oct 6
I -TI HHDS, Martinique Molasses, now land-
1 ing and for sale at No. 41 Long-whlaif,
by TOUIAS LORD. episut sug -.5
STORE No. 6, Cornhill; one of tie best stands'
for Retail Business, in towns. Inquire of the
prVlsent occupants. nov 7
P/1TNAl E 1R W1r 'TE D.
W ANTED, a person acquainted with the Tin
Plate business, with a small capital, to be
connected with a silent partner. Satil'ahefory ref-
erences will be given and required. A li.ie address-
ed to A. D. V. and leftat the Centinel Counting
Room, will receive attention. Sis nov 7
W ANTED to hire' the wliole ort part of a Pegw
inl Rev. Mr. Ware's Church. Inquire at tlia
Centieil Counting Room. epistf no/ 7
HOUSE, in onrth Federal-court, containing a
A tooms,kitchen and oeller-will be let or a lease
at a moderate rent. ApplyatD. B.BADGEII'S
No. 151, Broad-street. nov 7

EFT the Yard of the subscriber on Monday,
.evening Oct. 29, a small red Cow, with one of
her horns partly sawed off. Whoever will give
information of said Co'w, shall receive a suitable
compensation. DARZILLAI HOMES,
nov 7 is4w No. 105, Orange-street, Boston

Collectors Notice-N'eedham.
NTIOTICE is hereby given, to the Non-resident
l roprOprietors and owners of unimproved lands
situated in the town of Needham, that they are tax.
ed in the bill of asessments committed to me, the
subscriber to collect, oIbr thie westerly Parish in
Needham, for the Piarisi T'ax, lor tha year 1820, in
thie respective sunms, namely:-
David Hagslup, Esq. '29 Acres, F260 Value,,
Tax l1,25.
Jobnl Smith, Tax 72 ceuts.
Unless. said taxes andi all intervening charges
that have and aniy arise are paid on or behfre Mou-
day, the tenth day of Dcaceruber next, at I o'el-,k,
inm the afternoon, so much of said land uas will piay
said taxes and all necessary intervening charges,
will then be sold at 'Public Auction, at the Dwel-
ling llouse of Solomnon Flagg, in said Neeuham.
LUTltEIl KINGSBURY, Collector.
Needlham, 3d 'ove mber, 18I1.

4, 4t. -H.4. 4-4 +4- in ".,I -.-- 44 e. -- q..i- + H H
.Mr. COOPER'S Second JVight.

W;lt be performed, Payne's Tragedy, called

After which, the much admired Farce, called the
of Timhe of rising the Curtain is altered to six
o'clock precisely.
iohnor to inform their friends and the public,
that. their Exhibition Ball, will take place os
TUESDAY next, 13thinst. atConcert Hall. They
hope th t from the urnremitted exertion to perfect
ithliechlars in the accomplishment of dabcingand
in giving them an elegant deportment, they will be
enabled to satisfy the parents and please an en-
lightfaed'public. 'The exhibition will commenee.
*wli arand entire of twen ty-four young ladies,
an'o etntin e-as follows :-
SFA1tTI Pas de deux.
2.- Pas of three, with wreaths.
3. Gavotte of Vestri,, by a young lady and
4 "* gentleman.
4. Shwl dnee, biy one.
...5. dance of fom:, with wreaths.
6. Gavotte, by three.
S'. Solo.
.' 'l Shawl dance, by two.
S9. Gr tt'e of gardels. '
l:,The Exhibitioi t o be coteoluded by sets of new
Cotillionls.1ominposed hy Mr. '1 atin-.Figures ar-
raan.:erl by Iessrs. Labasse and Mallet.
S''lWets'to be had at Concert'Hall,'of Messrs.'
Muesaox & PFnxcias, at the Marlboro', Hotel, and
.at the Dancing Aoom.
The Exhibition will commence at 6 o'clock pre.
wisely. 2 2sp nov 7
VHlf, subscriber has taken the elegant stand in
T tlle flourishi.g village of.Mediorl, gfiow by
the naneofMIMEDFORDI HOTEL,; formerly kept
by Air. Mayo, and recently occupied by Mr.
Thls. Btevens. It is situated 4" lides out of Bos-
ton, onthe Turnpike, leading from Boston, to N.
Hasmpshire, where he hopes to ain a share of pub-
lit patronage. He flatters hiniself that by his ex-
perience he shall certainly be able to give satisfae-
tion to all those who m.asy favor him with a call.
Hel.itends to keep his Bar stored with the chci-
cest Liquors that can be purchased in this country.
Likewise the best attention always at hand.
Gentlemen of business who are going to and re-
turning from'Boston, are invited to call and may
rest assured that,they shall not go away dissatisfied,
as he intends to give satislactibn at all events what-
- ever.
Parties of pleasure are also invited to call as there
is a flue Hall attached to the Hotel and other re-
quisite convenience for large parties.
As he intends to make the establishment .is per-
maneht object, hlie hopes that by lih personal exer-
tions, lie shail be eable to please his -customeis and
merit thle approbatin, of a'generous public.
( Good stabling for horses and the best attend.
tion,;e c. c. HENRY L. BASCOM.
.Medjfrd, Jov. 5, 1821,

i ,'street, next the New Court l1ous and Stone
Chapel, is open ever-y day hut the Sabbath, and il-
lumuinate-fi-s'eveings in the week. Mr. J. Til-
' ley, Fany Ga.ss Blower frqm London, will exhib-
it hls wonderful Maehiulnsm for the first time
jTlHS AFTERNOON, from 3 to 4 o'clock when
hse Ivill exhibit the whole art of Flancy Glass Blowr.
ing, Snining anil Reeling hot Glass round ma wheel,
within the astonislsing velocity ot a mile in less than
two minutes, &e. &c. Sc.
Admittatte to. the whole colecdtiin the Mu-
scum anil Mr. Tilly's Glass Blowing, 25 cents only.
.* TExhiibition hours, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Friday, from 3 to 4 o'clock, and.fromi 8 to "9 do.
in tlhe evening. nov 7
: -.- FO W )D,
"N thie street, on Friday, an Umbrella. Inquire
at the Centinel Counting Room. nnov 7
A WOMAN to cook, and one to take care of a
.j child, in a small family., Inquire at the Cen-
tinel C6unting Roomsi. nov 7
4'CONVENIENT brilk Dwelling House, con-
.I. raising lour chambers, two lowerr roins, eel.
lahr kitchen asid wood cellar, with a good well of
water. Possession given immediately. Inquire
at the Centinel Counting Room. 3sp nov 7

A STEADY, capable young Man, Irom the-
j country, wishes for employment in a Store,
,Werelhuse, Distillery, or miny other establishment
wheie he could make himself useful. hImquire at
the Continal Counting Room. 2sp nov 7
fWO new brick. Houses, pleasantly situated at'
Lechmere point, about one hundred rods be-
yond the bridge. The houses are three stories
lmigh, neatly and commodiously finwlhdd, with good
wells of water. They will prove an excellent andh
cheap residence to gentlemen, shosei duties at the
banks and public offices call them to lown only in
the morning. For terms, c. apply to THIOMAS
A. DEXTIER, (Congress-square) Congress-street.
oct 3 Gsisis

T'HE large and comumodious Mansion House, on
, the Tenhlill Farmi, Charlestown, about 2j
miles trimr town,juipt put in complete repair, pleas-
antly aithated, and convenient for a private family,
or fur a boarding ho'ase or tavern, with Coach
House and Stable, and so much of thie grounds
about it as may be desired. 'For turthie particu-
lars inquire aft'GEORIGE G. CIHANNING, Kilby-
sureet, whlo will receive proposals for thie saimti.
sepL 8 epustt
T O hesold cheau, I' handsome and convenient
brick Dwilling House, in complete repair,
aid pleasantly situated. Inquire at the Centinuel
Counting.Room. epistf oct 6

:-Tl-llS DAP at 10 o'clock,
At :DAVID FotsArrTH's Office,
v. 'o. 4, CONGRIESS-STltIE'',
SA. Will be sold,
The following Merchandise v iz' Grecian Couch-
es ; Hair-cloth Sofi ; Sideboards ; Secretary and
Book Cases; Grecian Card Tables Common do.;
Light Stands ; Ladies Work Tables ; Mattrasses;
mrouhogony Bedsteads carved and flutedl ; Down
and chomion Beds ; I Pianoforte (Clememti k
Suns, make) ; Looking Glasses ; Traveling
Trunks; Bureaus ; Cooking Stoves ; Fancy amn
common Chairs; China, Crockery, and .Glass
Ware ; Kitchen Furniture. With a variety ef
Fancy Articles.
Also, at 10 o'clock, in front of Ofice--a good
draft HORSE, suitable for a truck.
0(:A young Man wanted in tle above Office.

Rare Chance.
Will be sold at Public Auction, without reserve,
A valuable lot of LAND, where a block of
buildings may be built, situated on Lynn-street,
making the corner of Lynn and Forster-streets,
measuring on Lynn-st. 84 feet. on Forster-st. 108
feet, aud' running back on a passage-way leading to
Charter-st. 55 feet; there isa a niall tenement and
good well of water on the same, and offers an ex-
cellent opportunity for a person wlo wishes to in-
vest Ilis property in Real Estate, where he may be
6ure of realizing good interest for his money, it
being a good ueighbo;lioodl, and will always com-
mand god teuar.ts. Sale on thepemtises atl o'clk

On FRIDAY next at 10 o'clock,
No. 8, KIL Y-.STRtEEI',
The following GOODS, just received, im-
ported in the last ship at New-York, viz :-10
bales Rose Blankets, assorted, 40 pairs in a bale,
ot'f 7-4, 8-4, 9-4. 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4: L.easesu--
pe'fine Twist Shirtings 1 bale figured Swans-
down Vescings; I1 do. drab, brown, olive, Corbeau
and blue super. Coatings; I bale savod list Cloths, of
mixed, drab, olive, brown and blue-; 1 do. super-
fine double milled Cassimeres, consisting of mixed,
brown, blue sull blue and drab mixed, &e.;
2 cases assorted women's black and slate Worsted
lHosiery; 1 bale blue Cassimeres, double milled;
I do. middling blue Cloth; 2 do. of beautiful
Cloths, consisting of uOlive, claret, Oxford mixt,
drab, blue, brown and black; 3 cases 6 4 Cotton
French Goode.-I ,case black Taffeta Ribbons,
Nos. 2, 3 and 6; 1 do. No. I colored Galloons;
I do. black Hsnk Galloons ; I dho.fine black
Crapes; I do.' duable chain Galloons ; 1 case
mixt Cassimeres; 1 do. fine fand superfine Lawns;
I do. assorted Linens, in half pieces.
Elegant London Furditures.--2 cases first quali-
ty London rolled Furriture Patchmes.
-The above are a very fine lot of Goods, and
town and country purchasers will find it for their
advantage to attend the sale--they are requested to
call the day before the sale and examine thie Goods.

THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,
In front of Ofice,
A pair of elegant chesnot HORSES, 17 hands
high, well proportioned, 7,years old, warranted'
sound-said to be the largest House ithat have been
raised in Vermont for many years. They will be
sold separate, if wished.

' TO-MORROW' at Il o'clock,.
S Opposite ao. 18, Central sharf,
Now landing,
30 hhds. and 120 bbis, prime CIDER.
Pew im the New South Church.
S On IMONDAY next at 4 o'clock, P. M.
Will be sold,
At the Stone Church,in Summer street,
PEW No.-13it in said Church, eligibly situated
in the North Gullery, and completely furnished.-
Said Pew belongs to the estate of a gentleman de-
ceased, and is to be sold by order of the adminis-
Executor's Sale. '
TO-MORROW at 9I o'clock,
N'o. 5, KILBY-ST1EET7,
By order of an Executor. of the Estate of a gen-
tleman, deceased,
A collection of BOOKS, among them-Rus-
sell's Modern Europe, 5 vols.; do. Ancient Eu-
rope, 2 v.; Gille's History of the World, sv.;
Cowper's lHoiier, 4 vols. elegasit; Roscoe's Leo
Xth, 4v. do. Loi'enzu de Medici, 3 v. ; history
of Frede'ick the Gr'eat, 2 v. ; TIhomias A. Kem-
pis, 2 v.; Young's Works, 3 v.; Prideaux's Con-
nection, 4 v.; Massillou's Sermons, 2 v.; Smel-
lie s Philosophy ; Lathrop's Sermons, 6 v.; Rob-
ertson's Scotland, 3 v. ; M'Knight on the Epis-
tles, I v.; Neal'Ps History of the Puritans, 5 v. ;
Campbell's Four Gospiels, 4 v. ; History of the
Church of Scotland ; Priestley's Corruptioni, v.;
Studies of Nature, 3 vols.
Also-I 3 John de Castro, S v. ; 8 Says Sihe, 2
v.; 38 Mother's Advice; 36 Coleman's Vaga-
ries ; 14 Juvenile Lavater; I1 Ovid's Metamor-
phoses, 2 v. .; 17 Entich's Dictionary.; 15 Journey
to the -Missouri; 14 Freeman's Sermons; 82
T'aylor's Display; 28 Self Indulgence; 160IEvan's.
Sequel ; 46'Shipwreck ; 52 Prestsn on Mitsonry ;
155 Riehiartson's Collection; 396 Evan's-Sequel,
in sheets; I0U Trial of the Witnesses ; 700 Fal-
coper's Shipwreck, &c. 1c.
A Catalogue will be published This Day.

On SATURDAY next at J past 9 o'clock,
.A variety of FUtNITURE, belongiing to a
person breaking up housekeeping, Particulars
Real Estate in the SO UTH PARISH
S in .,JO VEI Jar Sale.
To be sold, 'on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of
November next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
All the Estate and interest which John Phillips,
Esq. late of Andover, in the.county" of Essex, had
in and to the several parcels of Real Estate, lying
in tihe South Parish, in said Andover, and described
below-the sale being by his administrators, under
an order of the Hon D. A. White, Judge of Pro-
bate, ce. authorising them to sell so much of the
Real Estate of said Phillips, as will raise the sum
of tel thousand six hundred and fifty dollars, e.
The parcels of Land are the following, viz:--one
lot of Land of about 32 acres, between Abraham J.
Gould's ,and Gardner Abbot's, on both sid-s the
E sex turnpike;-one tract of Land, of about 29
acres, lying south of Timothy Flagg's lot, on both
sidesof thie Essax turnpike ;-one lot of mowing,
south of Professor Stuart's, ofabout 10 acres one
lot West of Professor Stuarts, called thie orchard
lo6t, of about 10 acres;-one lot of about 8 acres,
called the spring pasture ;-one lot near the widow
Zebediah Holt's.
Thih aforesaid sale will take place at Locke's
Tavern, in said South Parish, attithe time iforesid,
and will be made in parcels or divisions to suit pur-
chasers. Terms made known at the sale.
P. C. BROOKS, ', .
B'N GORHAM, dr'n f S
Boston, Oct. 22, 1821. ts
Public Auction.
To be sold at Auction, on FRIDAY, 9th Novem-
ber next,
The right in equity of redemption, which Lnze-
rus B. Frnno, has iu and to the following described
mortgaged Real Estate,viz :-One half'l honpson's
Island.-Also, the Farn lately occupied by said
Finno, situate r,t Squantumn, int the town of .Quin-
cy. Sale on ihe pre.s-es at 10 o'clock.
DApdlEL SPEdAR, Auet'r.

On SATURDAY next at past 11 o'clock,
ISbbls. superior brown Sugar, lbr retailing; 50
boxes No. I and 2 Cliocolate ; 5 do, blue and
white Starch ; 500 lbs. Barbers Hair Powder ; few
boxes Vegetable Soap; 10 bales Spanish Tobae-
co; some of which is very superior for Cigar ma-"
JAlso-- mahogany Counti.g Room Desk t few
bbls. superfine Flour ; 500 reams Wrapping Pa-
per ; 50,000 Russia Quills.
On WEDNESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
A valuable assortment of British DRY GOODS,
viz. :-- bales blue Cloths; I do. Sattinets ; I do.
Cassasieres ; 1 d-. Duffils; 1 do. Russia ')iapers;
2 cases Calicoes ; I do. Suspenders ; I do. Cam-
bries; I do. Cravats, figured and plaid ; I do. Cot-
ton being ; Shawls; Hdkfs.; Twist; Buttons
Sewing Silks; Oil Cloths, Uc.
abo-An invoice of FRIENCH GOODS,cousist-
ino of Florences ; Ribbons; Sat'tinets ; Gloves ;
Braids; Levantines, &c.
..At Private Sale...
A few bales Ravens Duck; 1 bale Russia Dia-
ders; i 1 do. Duffils; 2 do. Bombatetts; 7 cases
blue and fancy colored Calicoes ; 1 d. 4-4 white
Cambric Cravats; I do. best Silk T'wist; 1 do.
Star Twist Buttons.
lsa-1 cask Box Coflee Mills; 400 lbs. Annis
Seed; 100 M. Russia Quills; 600 reiams Wrap-
ping Paper; 30 bales Spanish Tobacco, suitable
tbfor cigars; 12 hoxses HaIvana brown Su.!rar;. 100
boxes No. I and 2 Chocolate ; 8 bales Merino and'
Lamqbs Wool; 600 bbls. Miss, Nos. 1 and -2 Beef.
THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
South side of India waorf,
Postponed from Monday, on account of weather,
St hlihds. prine St. Croix SUGAR, suitablel for
retailing. .mlso-25 boxes Havana white SUGAR;
25 do. do. brown do.

SDo do. de. 25,9 :
Do. do. do. 253 J0
Do. 1814, do. 265 2-2
Do. 1S31, do. 16,8i45 7S
.Marshal for the District of .".ssac~e/.a'h .
Boston, Oat. 30, 1S21.

Window Glass, Frencl *,Fine; Sadi-
diery, 4&c.
THIS DAY at 11 o'clock;
,.Ao9. 9,KILf# Sl-87ItEA'T.
5 boxes 12 by 9, 5 do. 13 by 9, 48 do. 14 by 10
14 do. 15 by 12 WINDOW. GLASS ; 22 boxes
choice FRENCH WIN ; cases S'\DDLERY,
consisting of Stirrups, Snaffle Bradonns,.fancy RI-.
ding Bitts, Harness Bucklis, Bridle do., plated
Slides, Collar Buckles, Dash fridiiv Gig Trita-
mings, &o. .
.... Brandy. ".
TO-MORROW'at.. past 10 o'clock,
S Opposite JNo. 19 Centrdl-wiharf,
25 pipes Cognac BRANDY, Otaird's; 25 do.
R pel.llc do. Rasteau's, now. landing from brig Flor1"
Prime Muscovado Sugar.
TO-MORROW at 12-'e'ock, .
(Or immediately qfter sale of Brandy)
Oppsiote JNo. 38, Central-w.harf,
82 hhds. prime Muscovado SUGAR, '.entitled
to debenture. -
Public V ide. .
To be sold by order of Court, at Public Vendue,.
on- MONDAY, the nineteenth day of Novem-
ber next, at twelve o'clock, at noon,
Oil thr PtMISES,
So much of the Real Estate of Thomns Ls wis,
late of Boston, in the county of Suffolk, merchant,
deceased, as will raise the sum of twenty-eight
thousand five hundred and fifty-one dollars and'six-
ty-seven eEants, for (he payment of his just debts
and the eharges-of sale.: .s
Said Estate consists of a certain pie ce- parcel
ef Land, situate on Fish-street, at the northerly
patt ot said Boston, with a brick Dwelling-House
standing thereon, ahd at the corner of a passage-
way leading to Lewis' and Hancoek's'wharves-
measuring on said Fish-street abouttwenty-nine
feet-the whole of said' piece of Land' contains
about ten hundred and eighty-nine feet,. more or
Also, one undivided half part of a Tomb, situa-
ted on the, southerly side oif the North Burying.
Ground id said, Boston.
Said premises will be sold subject to thi ilaim of
the dower of the widow of said deceased.
Conditions to be made known at the time and
place of sale. AUGUSTUS PEABOIDY,
S dm'r de bois enom.
.Boston, October 16 18I1. '

THIS DAY at J past' 1 o'clock,
At TWHITWELL. BonD & Co Oice,
;, =-JSILaBf-STW ET,
Postponed from yesterday,
150 bbls. fine and 50 do. superfine r ichmond'
FLOUR. The fine Flour- is said bt e equal to'
Teas, Window Glass, cw
On SATURDAY next at 11 o'clock,
68 boxes Souchong and S.chests Hyson TEAS;
part of them slightly damaged ; 6500 ft.7by 9 Pitts.
burg' Window Glass, in whole and half boxes 4
doz. warranted English Shovel's ; 3 boxes and'
oz. Ess. Peppt., British Oil, Turlingion and God-
frey's Vials; 2 do. j Ib. Snuff Bottles and Inkh
Pots; -100 28 lb. kegs White Lead, ground in oil. -
On TUESDAY next at 9 o'clock, -
A general assortment of DRY GOODS.

CHrracoa Hides. .
On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clkT,
At Vo. 44. Central IWhrf, .
2000 CURRACOA HIDES, chiefly dried.-
Conditions at sale.
Package Sale.
THIS DAY at 10 o'clock,
At T. K. JONEs & C4's Offi.e,
Wo. 20, KIc.iBY-SJ7iEET "
Packages prime GOODS, i eeived"O'fr ship;-
Parthian, and other late.arrivals, viz -t-B bales-'
figured Bombazetts, assorted colors; 12do. twil-"
et do. do. do.; 8 do. twilled and plain do. black;.
I do. cassimere Shawls, assorted( colors 4 cases
Prints, (lark colors; 2 do. 9-8 and 6-4 white Can.-
bries; 6 bales black, blue, and (Irab Cloths; I do..
blue Hunters Cloths; I do. do. Plains; 1 do. drab*
Kerseys; 2 do. black Vamleneias; I do. double
milled drab Cloths, suitable for great coats; 6 do.
white, red, gree aiid yellow Flannels; I ease fine
plain Jaronet Muslins; 1 do.fancy Book and Mull'
Mull do.; I do. do. Gown Patterns and Cravats;
I do. white Lanens Thread.
Pattern Cardis of the above may be seen at the
office. Conditions-satisfactory ended Notes,
payable in six months.
....it Private Sale...
London Sheatlhing Copper, from 16 a 32 ounce;
Copper Nails ; Copper Bolts, various sizes; 20
tons Barilla; 100 pipes and pipes Canary Wine.

TO-MORROW at 9 o'clock,
At JACOB PEABODY & Co's Office,
.I .o 1"., K1L.BY-S'1'REK.
1000 pair Men's and Women's Morocco SHOES.
Also-great variety of PIECE GOODS, for
cash. -
Ox Hides and Horns.
On TUESDAY, ISthinst. at 12 o'cloc,, .
Jt USSI.I-WHjill2p
The cargo of brig Harriet, from SouthiAmerica,
consistingg of 3540 prime dry light salted hides;
4650 Ox Horns-which can be examined any day
previous to the sale, on application to BAKER Uf
HODGES, No. 30, India-street.

On FRIDAY next at 9 o'clock,
A variety-of Seasonable PIECE GOODS.

Havana Sugars.
TO-MORROW at 11 o'clock,
Under the Arch, on India wharjf
Unavoidably postponed from yesterday,
114 boxes white, 309 do. brown Havana SU-
GARS, landing from schl'r Trio.

Hard Ware.
Os MONDAY next at 10 o'clock,
At Store *No. 7, Broad-street,
* Will be offered, part of the Stock of iAltlA
WARE, in said Stare, consisting of a good as-
sortment of shelf Goods-ordered to be thus dis-
posed of by the Executors of the late Mr. John
Grew. Previous to the public sale, any of the
Goods may be purchased on good terms, of
HENRY JBURDITT, Executors' Agent.
ULnitod States of America,
Dtsraler or' MAssACHusETrsss.J
Whereas at the Circuit Court, held at Boston, for
and within said District, on the fifteenth day
of October current,
In the cause United States plaintiffs in equity,
vs. Joh/n and Willham Otis, certain Stocks of tha
United States, bearing interest at the rate of six
per centum per annum, amounting to nineteen
thousand six hundred and filty dollars and ninety-
nine cents, were ordered to be sold at Public Auc-
tios ; I do hereby give this public notice, that I
will expose and sell at Public Auctio:, and to the
highest bidder, on the seventh day of November
next, at 1 o'clock, M. at the United States Court
Room, within the tow ol Boston, the following.
ST'OCKS of the Usited States, viz :-
Ofthe 6 per cent. Loaiu.efl81, t certificate, 257 Sl
Do. do. do. 264 4.'
D E. Sto. do. do. 260 20
,)o. S 3S, do. 742 03
Do. do. do. 508 28

WU AT do we live fur ? Is it tc be
The sport of fortune's power-
To launch our bark'on pleasure's sea,
And float, perhaps, an hour-
To waste our time in idle dreams,
Of what may be to-morrow-
To glean, with care, from present scenes,
The source of future sorrow ?
What do we live for? Is it to find
The ties of friendship br6ken-
That love's a sound to cheat mankind,
And dies as soon as spoken-
To mark the woes on others hurl'd,
Nor weep their hapless lot-
To hate our fellows ; curse the world;
To die, and be forgot?
No! We were formed to search for truth,
Through paths made plain by reason;
To hail that light in earliest youth,
Which shines in every season ;
Yes! We were made to win below,
The boon hereafter given,
To calmly smile at earthly wo,
And find a home in heaven.

VERY Davy and five Even inks in the week, at
a short time,to be seen at exhibit ion IIall,Nom
23, Hanover-street,
being the most docile and sagacious of any one ever
exhibited in Europe or America.
Also, for the inspection rof the curious, and grat-
ification of the Friends if Improvements, a Patent
Railway and Elegant Fancy Coach. Those sitting
in it can propel themselves with one finger very
rapidly to the Utpper extent of the Railwaay.
With a variety of Prints, among which are
twelve, representing the Battles of Bonaparte, and
his retreat from Moscow, &c. in 1812.
Admittance 25 Ceuts-Children half price.
oct 17.- tf
=--naL'.N-RO 0ULSTONE respectfully informs thel
tJ Ladies and Gentlemen of .this metropolis, that
his new sad spaciout RIDINXG SCHOOL, togeth-
er with the aljining apartments, will be opened
TO.MORROQW, Nov. l. School to commence at
So)'elekyr and is Scholais are requested to attend.
SHis terms will be mnude known by applying as
above. The Entrance to the Riding Schoofl 1 from
Mason-street. oct 31
To the Gentlemen of the late HIussars Company
L .i..- rn...-..

Tcessel Wanted.
b t3 A Vessel of 70 to 80 tons is waited
for.a voyage to North Carolina an&
bank in Boston, by MUNSON & BARNARD,
No. 17, Central-w harf. out 31

For Liverpool,
The last sailing and staunch Brig DI-
DO, Alex'r C. Easton, master, 3 years
old. burthen 200 tons, having part of her
cargo engaged, wivill sail positively for the
above port on the 5th November, weath-
er permitting. For freight or niassae having
.od Nccommodations, apply to JAMES5YOUN",
'o. 4', Lendall-street. eptf oct 20
AS ftr sale, one thousand pounds Ecchange,
at sixty days sight, on England. oct 31
Hides, Goat Skins, a7d Leather.
B 1'. RUNEY, has for sale on good terms, at
j. No. 2,Doane-street,tA o doors ftrom Broad-st.
500 prime salted Calcutta Cow Hides,
3000 Mogadore Goat Skins,
4000 Calcutta do. do.
600 Curacoa do. do.
10- sides Sole L atier. Alsc---
Calf Skins and upper do. 5p oct'10

A BALES (stapled) MERINO WVOOL; 91
42. (ol. MERINO WOOL, in the fleece-just
received and for sale at No. 41,, Central wharf.
oct 17 tf

k S. A. GODDARD have for sale, an exten-
IOT sive assortment nor Hardware and Fancy
GOODS, cheap for cash or undoubted notes.
oct 17 6istios A'o. 1, Kilbu -street,
.,0ar 17, IlADjA- -'JHAJ,.F,
T'AS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, aiud
jl English IRON, flat, square, and round ; with
NAiS,"RODS, HOOPS, and PLATES, ofevery
dies-'riition and size-real (L) blistered STEEL,.
Also, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 eptt

N EWELL & BURDITT, No. 28, Broad-street,
have received by the late arrivals fiom Liver-
pool, an extensive assortment of
Birminghamn and Sheffield Wares,
comprising every article usually wa~ ted lor the
Country Trade, which they ofltr on the most favor-
able terms, for cash or credit. 16sp a8st 19

dIAVE received by the Fall arrivals from lEng-
I lDhud-170lpackages of COTTON, WOOL-
LEN and STUFF COODS, comprising a com-
plete assortment, which they package or piece, tf oct 3

TAVE received by the Falcon and Suffolk-145
packages of ENGLISH. SCOTCHI- an
RISh GOODS, which they offer for sale by the
package or piece. eptf sent 19

( g1 it dragoon.) I
W ANTED to purchase, from 40 to 50 Caps, BUFF.LO ROBES.
if such a number, could be obtained. In- T 0O be sold, a quantity of BUFFALO ROBES,
quire of INO. ROULSTON.E, at lhi R;ding .a .inprime order, by the bale or single. Inquire
_School, Mason-street. epSw oct 31 of OMES & BASS, No. 108 Orange-street, or
A ~ R of HENIRY MESSINGER,No. 80State-street.
A CARD. Cash paid tor Furs as above. 3m sept 19 '
Professor nd Teacher of the Art of Dancin, CALVIN WASHBURN,
lAS the lono to intor his fri s d Ihe La- No. 8, CARKET-' 'IREET,
Sdies and Getlemen in general of Bosto n' AS recent received a variety of seasoable
nthat his Academy w-ill open (fortlhe ensuing Winter juee C odS, to wit:-
esn) at Bnstead Hal, (lately oceiied by Superfine Brodclohis of various colors,
Mr. Turner) at the head of Broomfield's-lane, on Common and course do. do. do. e
THURSDAY ne7st, (to-morrow) the llth i s perfine Cassimeres .
DavysofTnitior T!'ursday and Saturday afternoons, 'l fiddling ,do. to. do.
for. young Ladies, fiom 3 till 6fi-and from 6 till 9 Queen's CoIthss, Drab, Pearl, and ile,
for young Gentlemen. Mr. \W. begs leave to ob- Plisse sno assorted Drain Kciseys,
serve to those parents and guardians iho intend Fearnoughts and thier Coatigs,
..,. ;.. .1im with their patroage, tht the earlier Bitue and olo mixed Plaels ; Green
t ..... ..., are former the greate- advantage the White mnd colored Flannels ; Green Boeking,
Pupils will derive. Private lessons given oin hurs- Rose Blankets, 8-4 to 12-1 ; Scotch Plaids,
day and Saturday mornings, at the Hall. Bombazetts, assorted co lo's,
Tabihv Velvets, do. i do.
Mr. W'-. proposes to the young Gentleinmen of Worsted Hosiery,
Boston, to open a subscription for a private Cotil- Valencia and common Vestings,
lion party, drmiing the VWinter season. Terms, Re. British Shirtings; Calicoes ; Dimilies,
made known as above, and at his residence, No. 2, Cambrics ; Muslins ; Brown anid black Linens,
H11lh-street. fisp oct 10 English Silk aind Leather Gloves,
Italian Sewing Silk ar.d Crapes, &c. Re.
TAMMANY IIALL, Which may be purchased by piece or yard, on
Park-street, near tAe Theatre and City Hall, satisfactory terms. eptf sept 26
.Mews- York.
S HIS well known establishment has recently ELIGAGJ1 T LONDON L IAMPS.
I been taken by the subscriber, who is determi- --1
ned to use his best endeavors to render it worthy ISAAC VOSE & SON,
or public patronage.SHJ1
The local sintuain of this Hotel, being placed TFS reev ytI'GeTOnd -STPFcT,
near the centre business and public amusement, AVE received b y the London Pket, a largo
renders it vmpethy the attention of the stranger who an t t "ch assortment ot
will at all times find his table supplied with the Grecian anid Bronzed Center Lamps,
best provilians the seasons afford, and his wants at- Elegant cnt Glass Chimney do.
fended to, by capable and obliging servants. Bro ze d anl gilt' tdo. ido.
(signed) A. MOODY, late ofqAlbany. Do. do. Entre do
Jew,-rrk,Sept.6,81. 91 Do. do. Entry (o
Jes-York, Sept. 6,18V1. 9 .All of tihe newest andsmost fashionable patterns.
-FOR S.ALE, A few.pair of Bronzed Figures, with one and
BOUT 8 acres of land, with a dtinelling-house, two lights for Nitcies, or itati Cases. AL.sO-a
barn, and other necessary outm-buildings, stand- few Pianotortes, 'Tomkison's make-. epin' o10
lag the'eon, situated in Pembroke, on the county
road, nenr North-river Bridge ; thb buildings are THOMAS STEARNS & CO.
all nearly new. Tihe dwelling-house is fifty-two -e ,A'o. 22, CORIJHILL,
feet by forty, built of the best materials, and fin- U AVE received from their Mlanufactory, one
ished in a workmanlike manner, with a cellar most- hundred dozen ofgentlemen's yon!h's and children's
ly paved with brick under the whole, a good well of HATS, which together with 'their stock on hand,
wa ter, &. The land is all under good improve- make a complete assortment. They offer them for
meant, on which is a variety of fr'.it trees. For saie On the most reasonable terms, it wholesale oc
beauty of prospect, and proximity to business the retail. Likewise a good assortnmeint of ladies' and
the above situation is not excelled by any in the misses drab and black beaver lBomnets; drabm black,
county ; and is equally calculated for the man of blue-and pink Ostrich Plumvs ; hat and boun et
business, and the gentleman of leisure and taste.- Trimmings ; Gloves and Umbrellas.
The above will lie sold low, and payment made ea- oct 13 ep2m
sv. For further particulars, inquire of JONA-
1HAN SATIMPSON, living on the premises. CHEJ. P GOO,DS.
Pembroke. Oct. 23, 1821. REUBEN PUTNEY,
DYER .1J D SCOURER. Al.bA Ho'. 60, Market-street, (So;'rul Sua:,)
LARK DICKISO would infrm hsfrind AS ust received from New York, a offers
I and the public, that he continues to Dye and -1 c case Itaia to Capes, .
Scour Ladies' astn Gentlemen's Garm"nts of eve- 1 do. 6-4 Imitation India" Muslins,
- rydescniption, in the nicest manner, and at sluart 1 do. Catbric and Calmbric Muslins,
notice. Also, Cloths, Ribbons, ;c. Goods re- 1 do. Furnim.ure Patch, of suptrio- quality
ceived for Dving and Securing at No. 4, Crn- iped Slk 2 l.Caico t ,
hlil!comut, Boston. J. B. HOVEY, Agent. I bale Bombazetts, assorted colors,
auig 29 epw 6-4 and 8-4 Linen Dnmask,
ISAAC BOWERS, Birds Bye'Diaper; 4-4 and 6-4 Cotton do.
A great assortment of Silk, WVorsted and
LYTELLIGEN E OFFICE. Cotton Hose; Silk and Kid Gloves, ke.
No. 14, NEWBURY-STREET, 3(00Uyds. American Sheeting Is to 2sper yd.
"TR7ILL register Lands or Houses, either for 2000 do. do. Shirtings l10 to 40 ets.
W sale. mortgage, nr to let,.in town or country A good assortment of Ginghams striped and
Young Men or Women from the country, who chieck'd,
want places of any kind, and apply, will be'attend. White and yellow Flannels.
ed to, and all business connected with the'above .laso, Blueand btick Broadcloths and Csss;mere;
trnsa:ctnd reasonably. tf July 4 Sattinets, ke. The above will be sold very cheap
or- cash. tf gasui It

11- ESPECTFUILLY acequaints his friends and
S; the gentlemen of Boston, who have known
Shim in tite employ of the firm of Lo ing ik Binnev,
as foreman for several years, that after an absence
of some years from thistown, he.lias returned with
o. an intention of establishliing himself in business in
.l S the line of his profession. He therefore solicits
th Te patronage of his former Irie-nds and customers,
S 6...Leman's ne7w invented TrusseS where ie hastaken a shop in Newbury-street, No.
R .1 E made and sold by hin, at the corner of Ad- 82, a few door s above the Sign of the Lamb, on the
..iinc s andsM Iilk-streets, ouston. The coustrue- opposite side of the street; where lie will be hop-
tiofrot these Trusbes, mire such, the patient can py in waiting on those gentlemen, who will flavor
lbngthen or shorten .hem, raise or lower the pad, him with their commands,
to bring tne pressure where heany wantit. They ('T'wo or three single men can be,taken to
liKewise can'be adjusted to suit for the right or left board at the above place, where they will be com-
side, (adyantages which no other'1 russes have, siow fortably aceomimouated. if oct 17
in Use.) These Triisses are pronounced lb) many ,t at -
ofrtheo iast eminent Physicians o Hoston, to be the Secolll hand WindooW and Doors.
best thli.g of hekintd eve-r otftred the pnbi'c. They 1r'HREE large WVindowms, two of them 16 lights
are sold hir appointment by J. P. \\ lilwll, at thue each, of 17 bv 11, Boston Glass ; one large
lBoston Infirniary, cor,;er ot Battery March and Bow Window, 16 by I11, 28 iht4l. with a bar andl
Milk-streets, and by Gideon B1. Bluslminl. No. 7S, shutters complete; one handsome Sash Door, nud
Broad-street, and at no other 'ace in llBostoti. one outside stout Door, with lars and lock, all o
Orders tbor'Trusses, directed to either cf the above which are as goad as mnew, and will be sold at
mnctitioned plac-s will nmect with iilimteiate atten- bargair, by applying to JOHN PARK, l'Inster,
aiuiun,Pricec 7 dollars,. i.u July 23 No. WVater-strect. oct 241
5 *\A

I A.4A .Vo. 4, Park-man's Buildings,
RLESPECTFULLY offers his services to his
friends andi the public as an Accountant, and will
undertake the examination and balancing of Mer-
cantile Books, and the adjusting of partnership af-
lairs, or other long and intricate accounts, or any
similar business arising from Mercantile transac-
tions, alu acquaintance with which, will eunble him
probably, tn give satialuction to those who shall fa-
vor him in this line.
Bej r to--Messrs. J. & T. H. PEnxIs s,
Messrs. SAx. G. l'HKINS, & Co.
SAat-. HUBnBAnD, Esq.
lion: J.tEs LLOYD. oct 124
STUCKeRM AN, Jr. inform their friends aind
the public, that they have formed a connexion iu
business, under the firm of
and have taken the Slore lately occupied by Mr.
William B. Bradtf'rd, Jun. No. 4, Market-square,
(South ot Faneuil Hall,) where they will keep an
.extensive and complete assnitment of the best
wholesale and retail, on as good terms as cha be
had in Boston.
?FWM. !i. BRADFORD, Jimn. having relin.
quinshed his former stand to the above firm, has re-
mpoved to No. 17, India-street, where ho will con-
.tinue the Grocery business. oct S31

Copartnership Dissolved.
T HI IE copartnerslhi formerly existing under the
firm of
is mutually dissolved. All persons to whom the
firm is indebted are requested to exhibit their de-
inands for payment. Those who are in the couintv
of Middlesex, to C. R. MILEs, in Townshends;
and those in thIe county of Worcester,toS. SANtn;n-
son, in Westminster; and those who may be in.-
debted to the firm, to make payment as above.
C. R., MlLrs, will faithf'ully attend to. any
business which nmay be entrusted'to his care as an
Attorney at Law, iim'Toinnsiend. Middlesex Co'y.'
S. ESANUETsor, will faithfully attend to any pro-
lessiotal business in W eVestminsteer, Worcester Co.
Townshend, Oct. 16, 1821.
To Manufacturers and Dealers its
Aimerican Goods.
IIE subscribers, having formed a connexion
in business, under the firm of
and taken the store recently occupied by James
Clap, No. 4, Broad-street, inform their friends and
tne public, that they lare ready to receive on con-
signment, Cotton and Woollen Goods,of every de-
scription-.31so Wool, .hoes, Hats, Paper, &c. on
which they will make liberal advances.
They have noiy on hand, and offer for sale, on
favorable terms, a general assortmeni t of omes-
tic Goods-9hso ,50 bales of Cotton, which article
is intended'to be kept constantly for the supply
of factors. They respectfully request the continu-
ed patronage of their former customers, and that
those who have unsettled accounts will call and
adjust them. NATHAN TYLER,
oct 10 e cpGw

Dissolution of Copartnership.
TiTHE copart,,ership heretofore existing under
the firm of'
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All per-
sons having denmiands on said firm are, requested to
presel t tIe sSame tcr setilemeut; and those indlebt-
cl to lthema are also re(lucsted to miakep lyment to
IsAAc DuPn:, No. 41, India-street, awho is dultj
aittiouriscd to settle the same. -
Boston, Gctober 6, 1821.
Tihe business of Block mind Pump Making itn ;11
its branches will be continued at the old staod ;u
t here are kept constantly on hand a large assort-
mient nf well seasoned blocks, &c. kc. also a num-
ber of tons of Lignumvitte.
Thle friends of the subscriber, the public in gen-
eral, and also the customers of the late firm, are
solicited to tfavor him with their atrinage. The
smallest favors will be gratefully acknowledged by
N. B. JlosPii BADER;, being determined to re-
liquish lIus presentllne of business, will sell his
part of the stock of said firm, consisting of a great
variety of well seasoned Blocks, Shives, Pins,
Pump-boxes, and every otiler article usually nad*
in a Blockmaker'* Shop; at a very large discount.
Also, many articles useful to Bloekmakers, and a
number of tons 'of excellent Lignumnite, which
will be sold cheap. .
AWiV'VTED-by I. D. a I.ad from 14 to 16
years of age as an apprentice to the above business.
The best r :commendation will be required.
Otu 6 .eptf

Fresh Goods.
.No. 6, .M1RLBOROJ'-S!R'EET,,
"H AS just received and offers for sale-a good
JL assortment of
Plain and figured Bombazetts,
White, red and yellow Vlanhiels,
Black and slate worsted Hose,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Beaver Gloes,
Velvets, Vestings; Sheetings and Shirtings,
Ginghanms, Cassi meres and Sattinets,
Toge-lier with a guod assortment of ENGLISH
and AMERICAN tGOODS, Gtfl irprices, o 24
J HE sulibseibers inform their friends and the
J public, that tlhy flave opened a wholesale
Commission Leother andl Shoe \Warehouse, at No.
20 and 21 Greens,' or Bray's wharf, opposite
Parkman's Buildings, 3 doors from ilerchiants'
How, and have for sAle-
1400 palr MAen's Buckskin Shoes,
2000 do. do. Calf Skin do.
100') do. Boy's do.I o. do.
2;000 do. Women's low priced colored Kid Slips,
with spigl's, futli trimnmled,
1700 Childreni's Ran Morocuo Rilools antd Shoes.
N. B.-The abave Shones wi, re made par'timnu-
hnly fir the Spamish Wrest India uutnarkt, and ivill
lie sohl low lir cashI or gooml paper.at 6 pl- 9 months

14.00 pair WVomen's Leather Shoies, welted, within
heels straps on vamuinp 'high lace,
500 pair do. with straps on quarters,
530 do. Men's Calf Skin .Mu'nroe Shoesnailed,l
200 do. Women's Lenther Bolotees, welted, with
500 Men's thiick Alounre Shoes, sowed, very
500 do. lMecn's tlhiek iMonroe Shoes, first quali-
ty, ligg'd work,
300 pair Boi's split Leather Shoes, lined ins
200 dio. Mleu'ss Calf Skin Shoes, pegg'd, double
r soles,
1700 do. Men's thick Shoes, 2d quality,
75 do. Men's Monroe Shoes, 2d tl o.
509' do. Gentlemen's Wellington Boots, atfi'om
52 a 55 per pair,
1050 do. Men's lined and hound Kip Skin Shoes,
300 do. Children's Sealn Skin weltedl Shoes,
1000 do,. \Wonmen's black Morncco dhoes, heels,
slips, bridle tils and bigh lttee,
50000 yds. black and colored Coston Cord,
500 gallons best Sponge Blacking,'
200 hide Trunks, different sizes.
The above assortment of Shoes and Boots hbc-
ing on consignment, thIe subscribers pledge them-
sclves to customers, that they will supply them at
thie lowest manufacturing prices. Purchasers are
invited to call aund examine for themselves.

rcsice'efully 'solicit consignments of Leather and
Shoes. 'Thiir extensive acquaintance with the
Southern and Westernt Shoe Dealers, and their de-
termination to use their nutmos exertions to please,
will, they hope, enal.e them to gi e satisfaction to
their employers, and insure t hiu the patronage of
the public. ep6mw sapt S I

21, Green's-wharf, opposite Parkman'o Videling's
1 AVE for sale, now receiving on consignment
1115 sides prime slaughter Sole Leanter.
'hey have likewise just received ?.an invoice of
873 pair Gentlemen's fine C-llskin Nail'ld Shoes
small and middle g sizes, suitable for i te Spa nis
market. Alsa just landed, 6 hitdds. West-Indiu
Rum, 4is4os oct 31
Holland Tapes, Oil Cloths, Worsted Hose.
AS for sale, one case fine Tapes, by dozen or
smaller quantity; one case Oil Cloths, of su-
perior quality and handsome patterns, by piece 0o
alrd ; a good assortment of Ladies' slate andtiblac
Worsted llose, at No. 92, Court-stieet, opposite
Old Court House, oct 31

Leghorns and Russia Diapers.
I ASE Leghorm, Bonnets, from No. 40 to No.
50, very superior quality; 3 bales Diapers-
with a general assortment of EInglishl and Americar
Goods-lfor sale at No. 67, Court-striEet, corner 0
Sudbury-street. sap nov 3
[AVE received, by the late arrivals from
Europe, their Fall supply of GOODS, which they
offer, by the package or piece, for cash or short ap-
proved credit, viz:-
Bonmbnizetts, plain and figured ; Plaids,
Pelisse Cloths; Drab Kerse)ys; Fearnoughts,
Coatings; Flannels,,
Superfine London Cloths aid Cassimeres,
Rose Blankets ; Cassimere Shawls,
Swansdown and Toilinet Vestings,
Black, white and late Wdrsted H4ose,
Lambs' wool Hose; Irish Linens,
Brown Linens.; British Cottons,
Furniture, Cambric and Garment Dimoties,
White Cambi is ; imitation do.
Steam-loonm and British Shirtings,
Tabby Velvets, all colors,
Red nVoollen Caps and ( ravats,
Drawers ; worsted and woollen Shirts,
Black and white Milinets,
Quality and Shoe Binding,
Worsted and Cotton Suspenders,
Calicoes, a great assortment,
9-8 Cambric Prints ; Furniltnres,
Carl isle Ginghams; Cotton Cheeks,
uouroiang amind Pink Ginghams,
JaconeL Muslin ; imitation do,
Book, Leno, Fancy, Mull and Tamibored do.
Neckerchiefs, white and spotted,
Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Madras and printed Pocket do. ; black Silk do.
Cotton and Silk Flag do.; Bucki ams,
Buntings ; white Jeans ; Hat Lining,
Umbrellas ; white Cotton and black Silk Lace,
Sewing Cotton ; WireandLinen Camblri 'Thread
Cotton Balls ; Cotton Slack ; Silk Twist,
Star' and Union Buttons ; Gilt Coat do.
Button Moulds ; Shirt Wires and Pearl Buttons,
Beaver, Doe and Dogskin Gloves,
Fleecy do ; Kid do.; Worsted do;
Bilck and white Silk Gloves, English & French,
Pins ; Cottoun and Silk Ferrets; Tapes,
Blobbins ; Velvet Binding ; M-arking C'anvas,
lBlackand assorted Sewsmg Silk,oflc:ccllent qual.
Silk Braids ; Cra-est assorted colors,
Chenele Cords; greu n Bonnet and othlier Silks,
Pocket Books ; Quills ; WVafers ; Ink Powder,
Writing, Wrapting and Bonnet Paper,
Bonnet Wire Leadi and Slate Pencils,
An extensive assortment of Ribbons, plain antl
figuredl. "-.Also-
Satinets, Factory Shirting and Sheeting.
oct 31 6sp.

Exchange on London-1st quality,
A T 60 and 30 (lays sight, for sa!e by 1;HARL'ES
CLEVELAND, No. 12, Excha.ige-street.
N. B. A share in Boston Library, for sale.
oct 24
H A JAb. 30, SU',lftEIR-STREE'F.
AS just received entire new Millenary, which
she offers for sale on reasonable tel ms. Also
makes all kinds of Millenary t iyamany pattern.
october 24

lNotice to Country Cabinet falkers.
SAAC OTIS, offers lor sale at No. 123, Orange.
street, (south enl- 90)00 feetof St. Domingo,
and Bay MAIIOGA-tY, in boards, plank, joist,,
and veners of superior quality, lower than can be
bought n lown. oct. 24

1 US'l' received case of Elastic Belts, for Getn-
ki tlemen's wear, superior to ay thing of the
kind ever before offered in this market.
oct 24 8sp No. 5, State-street.

,ankin Crapes, and Plaid Silks.
WI ,IlTNEY &i HASKELL, No. '29, Market.
Street, have recently opened a new and ex-
tensive assortment of CANTON GOODS, consist-
ing of,,
8,cases of 19, 0C, and 21 yards black acd color-
ed plain and figured Naukin Crapes, of the
est quality imported,.
1 ease of very superior double crimped Naikin
Crapes, black and white, 23 to 24 yards is
6 cases Canton Crapes of all colors,
I ease of handsome Plaid Silks, of excellent
I cAse of heavy 8-4 Nannkin Cranpe Shawl',
I do of heavy Double Clhain black Levantines,
6 cases Sinchaws ; Saursnets ; Florentines ; black
SJIk lhidkis of the best quality : assorted and
black Sewnhg Silks, i&c. 6w cet 10

S ANIEL kA ESSINGEiR,No. 15 Newhlir-st.
P as just received from France, 100 doz. of
Ladies' aiegant black :md drab Plumes, 1ii, 12 andl
15 inches, which hlie offers Ior sale by the dozen or
single, as Ibw as can be bought in l-oston.
Also, from London, one rase of Ladits' Bonnets,
and triunings of the newest patterns, with his
usual assortment rf gentlemen's youth's and chil-
dren's lHats, and every article i;i the Hlatter's line.
Ladlies Bonnuts altered and trimiincd.
oct 17 3m

Piece Goods and Hardlware.
AV." received iy the lute ar-ivala parIt of
their Fall supply of Goods, which, with their
tbormer stock, cooprises a1 anssortment, of
rihodes' ombazetts Cotton Cambrics
Furnitures. Kerseys
Cotton Thread Vestings
Bindings Calicoes
Plaids Britannia Hdkfs.
Shirtings, ales
Flannels .Muslias
Pocket HIi'lks. Broadcloths
Men's Gloves Tibby Velvets, &c.
JAl:-,a generr.t assortment ot IIARD WARE
and CT I, ERY, among wl ich, (.per Herald) a
iuiantity of Rjdgers' P'enPmnivs ; Ruzios; Scs-
aous ; Files ; Knives and Forks ; WVoud Saws,
5'e. ;--and are il offered fi-' sale on very eas-n-
able icrns, at No. 2 Phiillips' Buildings, Kilhiy-
street. tf sept 2t6

OHN SPRING, No. 16, Killiy-strcet, is con-
stantly receiving, direct from the manufacto-
ries, anil offrs for sale hv tui, package or piece-a
great variety of COTTON nand WOOLLEN
GOODS, consisting in part of
lBronadcloths, Cassumer s, Sattinets,
Priest Cloths, Dennms, Bed Ticking,
Chuamhrays, h6tglanms,
4-4 brown and bleacheul Sheetings,
3-4 and 7-8 1rown Shirtings,
Do. bleached do. ; Apron Checka,
Stripes, PI'aids, Table Cloths,
Theads, Knitting Cotton,
Slices, Ialts, Paper, etc.

3000 lbs. first quality Lambs Wool,
500 do. different grades Fleece do.
50 reamnns Letter Paper,
1 case Scwi.g Silk, black and assorted colors,
superior quality.
Cnsh advanced on Wool, and every description
oif Goods consigned for Bale.
sept 20 iseoposcoptjy

EL'BEN VOSE, No. 5, Marlboro'-street, a'
Sfew rods south of Mariboro' Hotel, is now
.offeIng his extensive Stock of BOOTS and
SHOES, at a little more than cost. It comprises
one of the most coniplete 8nsiu-tmenis ot Fail and
Winter Shoes, in Bloston. It consists of Ladies' mo-
rocco Walking Shoes, from un to 1 50 ; do. kid
and morocco Slippers, front 37 cents to l ; pru-
nelln and Denmark-atinr, from 62 cents to S1 37 ;
Ladies' morocco, Boots, from g1 25 to 1 87; real
calf-skin do. from bS1 25 to 1 75 ; Men's fine
Shoes, from n t 25 to 1 75 ; do. Pumps, 51 ;
Men's stout Boots, S2 50 ; stout scal-skin do. for
Winter, 53,; resa elf-skin do. very stout, 53 50
sewed do. .4 '25 ; Boy's do. from 52 25 to 3 50 ;
Als ., 500 pair- Men's coarse Shoies; 2500 pair
Women's morocco do ;. 800 pair Men's nailed do.
suitabsl for the West-India op Southern markets ;
500 sides Sole Leather: 50 doz. Calf-Skins ; 30
do. Facing. ino. ; 800 Sheep Skins ; Bindinig do.
&c. He will sell the whole of his stock at these
.uncommonly low prices, eptf nov 3
IlllS Day received, and irce now ready foir sale,
S at Shop No. 9, Cornihill-1 case elegant
LEGHORN STRAW HATS, Nos. from 40 to
54, which will be so30(1 very cheap for cash.
Also-extra long and, habit Kid Gloves; Thread
Laces; Garniture libhbons; Silk Plushes ; Silk
Velvels ; Merino Tiinmmings ; figured Bimba-
zetts; Pelicse Flannels; &e. S&c. epitf nv 31
Mathematical. Instruments, Charts,
iSc. c.
S BROWNING, No. 57 Broad-street, has re-
ceived by the Lendon i Packet, an additional
supply of Mathematical andi Optical instruments,
&ec. c. Amongst which are, first rate MIETAL
Night and Day do.; Pocket, and Military do. ;
Spy-glasses; Gunter Secales; SLtUl and brass joint
Dividers ; cases Mathematical Instruments, tfrom
51 50 l -o 5S. Charts, late publications on a Lrge
scale of various parts of the globe, ic.
On hand, of his owii M:MALinulicture, Telescope
Quadrants; plain, double, and single Tangent
Quadrants ; S. browning's highly impi-roved Storm
Compasses ; best Amplitude antd itrass and wood
Steering Compasses, with ;agate ad bell metal
Caps and brass andi steel Centers; brass Survey-
ors Compasses ; wood do. with brass rings and
tiglls ; allof which are warranted of tihe ery
first qnalitv.
Merd iats fitting vessels, Shiip Chandlers, and
Dealers are requesLtel to call as aluve, to esaniine
the price atnd quality of thie artices.
N. B. Mathematical and Optical Instruments of
every description cleaned, repaired, or rectl.fed,
in the best manner, on reasonable terms.
oct 30 Gwi
B J'ob. 5 and 7, .Maket-street,
AVE received by the shups Tri'on, MVIlo and
alcon, froin Liverpool, a very extensive assort
ment of. Woollen, Cottuon, and Silk Gjods, suitable
for the present aud approaching season, which are
offered for sa;e on reasonable terms for cash or
credit, consisting of
Superfline aid cniommon black navy blue and drab
Black and col'd plain and twilled Bombazetts,
Colored figured do. elegant patten us and latsh-
ionable colors,
Black, olive,'brown, pearl, dlark blue, and green
Tabby Velvets,
Scotch ilaids ot-a superior quality,
7-4, 8-4, 9-4, antd lu-4 Ruose blankets,
Olive Finushngs,
Light and dark drua' Kerise) some very faiie,
An eleganta.ssoitmuncniotint y and priil td Valcen--
cia Vestings, ,
W lite, yellow, crisinsn, gi eeniand scariet Flan-
Olive, brown and drab Coatings,
Mnaza(ime blue, drab, lavenmir,-aiaroon, plain
iind t ivitled clissn Cloths,
9-8 and 6-4 white Co tun Cambiricks,
7-8 and 4-4 Irish Lineus, l superior fabri"ck
and ndo:uch.
BSluiaud White patch, and fancy colored superi-
or and coonlmnon Calicoes,
Brltannias ; superior lutnition uiAladrass Hdkls.
S-4 Clhiutz Shawls,
Gentlemcn'- sortedorted weaver Gloves,
Do. plain assrtd mixe d i \Vorsted Hose,
Ladies be..ck and colored do. '
4-4. and6 --i, tancy Mluslins, ofalmost every des-
N). 20,22, 25, 30, 2"50 and 300 white alid col-ir-
id Linen Thread,
C:Atoii Sewings in skeins by the pound in Nos.
troui 30 a 100,
Do. do. in balls, for family use, put up in small
eegiant boxes No. 1, trum 30 3 iIUu,
S-4 phun fringed, and printed Gassimere Shails,
Ladies' blaci aund write habit bSil Gloves and .
spun Silk do.
1-2 5-8 and 3-4 yds. deep blackL Lace face Veils,
Gentlemen's black and white Sillk Gloves.
sept 12 4ia4os


Old Line of 0Mail Stages, from Boston to
EAVES Boston on Mondays. Wednesday3
A nd Fridays, at7 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestown same evening. Leaves. Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M.; dines at Windsor, andi
arrivesat Royalton same evening. Leaves Royal-
ton iat 4 o'clock, A. M. and Ir-rmvcs at linti iunton
same evening.
JETUf'A LCVG-Leaves Burlington at 4
o'clock, A. 1. on,T uesdaysa, Thursda) s aund Sat-
urdays, a'nd riiarrves ;at Roynalton same evening.-
Leaves Royalton at 4 o'clock, A. .M. and arrives;
at Francestown same evening. Leaves Frances-
town ait 4 o'clock, A. M1. andl arrives in Boston at
4 o'clock, P. Al."
Towns'through -which it passes jfro Boston:
Charlestown, Medlbrd, obulirn, Billerica,
Chelmsford, Tyngsboroiigh, Dunstable, Amhersi,
Mount Veron, lFrancestown,Hillsborough, 'Wash-
ington, Gosh(en, Newport, Clareniont, Cornish,
indsr, t. rtland, (V.) lirtl ,oodstock, Barnard,
RoVlLon, andoltph, lrookfichld. 'Willi;aimstown,
Montpelier, WVaterb.ury, Holton, Willistonto Bur-
lington, then by Sten.uboat for Montreal.
kach passenger allowed thirty pounds baggage
gratis. One hundred and twenty pounds eiquanl to
a passenger. Thie lProprttors will not be acuount-
able for anyu baggage unless receipted Ior.
Stage Books kept at IRILEY'S, No. 14, Back-
street, Bbston, and at JOHN HOWARDS, Bur-
I)EAN i ALDS, insor.
F. & J. PETTIS, 1op's fiom
RB)IIERT IARKEIz, I'inlsior to
-HAR IIS EAISON, luillin.ton.
July 25 cptf
A- situate oin Point Pleasant, Kensington, Philad-
elphia. The lot, has eighly feet front on the Dela.
ware, nnd extends the same breadth, 350 feet
across Penn-street to Beach-street, having four
fronts ; one on the river, two ons Penn-streel, and
one on Beach-street.
Thle steam Engine of sixteen horse power, is in
perfect order. The MiIl drives two saws, and can
saw logs sasty-five feet in length, which are drawn
from the dock on the river by the Engine. The
Mill is almost new and in complete order.
The Engine will admit of being applied to a Cot-
ton Factory. its power being the same with that of
the Globe Mill Cotton Factory, which drives four
thonuimnd spindles and ean be used. for spinning or
in any other branch. Its situation oil the Dela-
ware, in the heart of Unc manufhictnuring district
aflordls many advantages, -whi!e the exposure of the
lot admits of tie erection of numerous buildings fbr
thle accomndation of weavers.
T'Ihe whole is subject to a grounil rent with lib-
erty of extinguishment at the option of the puircha-
ser. Apply to JAMES GIhSON, or J011N
GIBSON, No. 78, Walminut-street, Phiiladelp h i .
1ov 3 cp2 a

A BOUT theI 1st of cpi)temlr last, Mr>, SallT
Dean, wife iof Job Dean,, Jr. of Rayhiam, Jlht .
th-e house- of her lather Dr. John Sampson, in
Midileborough, in a fit of insanity, andi no intell!-
gence respecting lier, has reaeid lier friends sihice
that time. notwuitlitaudilig the most diligent in-
quirics. She htt lier filer's, dressed 'in thin
clothing, and probably without any coveri-g for
hler head. She is about 57 years of age, rather
tall an(' slender, lias grey eyes sind dlrk Ih-own
hair. She has been derainvd for several ears,
but lias frequent lucid inteo"als.
Ainy infirnmtion ilrcspelinog her fate will he re-
rec-ived with gratitude by her friends. All per-
sons are requested to detain 1,er, should she still be
living. and give imnumediate notice by mail, to Earl
Snrampson, l]sq. Assnnnet, Mass. who will defray
aniy expense, which may arise in hersupport.
.lMiddebirost.q-h, Oct. ', 1821. 4aw v
T HE Store of the Trov C. and W. Manulheto-
j ry was on the night of the 26fth inst. entered
by some person or persons, and a red morocco
Pocket llock, with steel clasps, cotaiiinig a draft
drawn liy Ntatluniel Wheeler, Attorney for Tr,-y
C. and \V. Manute'qryv, lasted about the 8th day
of May lisl, 1 art payable in ten months afterdate,
upon:, ni accepted by George A. Bicknell, Phila-
delphia, for one thousand dollars ; and one other
draft 'drawn by ha les,-s. Dana &f Co. of Port-
land, on John'Smith, of Bristol, dated about the
5Ilh of this month, in fivor of Oliver Chase, and
by himn endorsed fOr six hn!,Ired and sixty-two dol-
larsi mii 14-100 diths. pnvable on the 25th or 28th
inst.; with sundry other 'p-.pers of little valhe ex-
cept to the owners, A-.l., aI small canvas bag
containing abho, ten dollar, mostly in chugeP.-
The prbli :are c'ti.ioied against receiving the
above drials, as the paytmenit of them :-re s'.ipied.
A generous reward will be given f or the anpprelien-
sion of the lthief or thieves, and the recovery of
the property taken, or ilthir.
Troy,i, lss. Oct 29, 1821.
SIX or eight good Workmen aire wantled inma-
ks haely, to go, to a ihealllhy part ot'Soiuth Caro-
l ina. 'ot such liberal wages will be given by the sub-
scriber, at No. 11, Water-stret.
WO or three gentlemen can be handsomely ae-
commiodated with board and rooms, within
three minitts walk of State-street. Inquire t the
Cent inel Counting Room. Onet 31

T HE enrunration of th s city will give fiom this
T day to the first hay of May. Il22, two djtlars
and fifty cits peron to r good rtauoil paving stones,
and 75 cent9 per ton for tpaving sand, and receive
the same from'the decks of the vessels importing
thesamc into this port. They willalso give 12 1-2
cents pet running foot for 20,000 teet of curb, and
10,000 field. of gtter stones. The curb stones
must he not less than 3 feet loi., 12 itlches deep.
by 14 inches thick; _gnter stones not less than two
feet long, 10 inches wide, and 3 inches thick.
Y ew-Orleans, .pril. 1821. ep6m

Tavern and Store to Let in .ndover.
O Lease, for one or more years, that conveni-
ent and eligible establishment for a PUBLIG.
IOUSE, inthe North Parish in Andover, near
the Meeting-house, which has been long improved
as a Tavern, and the last three years kept by
T1toMtAs NEweCOirt.
.also, a STORE and about fifty acres of excef-
lent LAND in connection. For particulars, in-
quire of the present occupant, and Dr. JOS. KIT-
TREDGE, in Andover, or of the subscriber in
N. B. Possession given immediately.
Andover, Oct. 27, 1821. eptt"

HE subscribed offers at private sale, a valuable
tract of LAND, situate in the cen-re of lub-
bardston, Worcestier County, containing seventy
ici es, suitable for Girazing or Tillage. Said land
will be sold on a liberal credit. For tirthei pari--
ticulars inquire of ARCHIBALD BLACK.
itubbrdlston, Oct. 2..,. 182. 4p
F O1 sale an excellent FARM, situated in the
south-westerly part of Harvard, Worcester
County, containing seventy acr-s of land, a house
and barn. The land is divided in tillage, pasture,
mowing, wood-land and orcharding, well watered.
Possession can bhe \lil immediately. Inquire bof
ELIAS WVARREN, on the premisLs.
oct 6 epif .
A MIDDLE aged man wishes to hire a- good*
Farm on sha;.lres, in the vici:itv of Boston, to
be entered upon next spring l-Recoonmeidati ins
for ability and fidelity will begiven. Any gentle-
man having one to let, by leaving his name ard res-
idence at the Centinel Coiiting Room, will be'
called upon by the person wishing to hire.
Oct It) 5sp

gNE range Salt Works; -two other ranges may
be erected of equal extent; if agreeable t.wo
other long ranges-the whole may exceed four
thousand .feet in length, all deriving their water
from an artificial pond, greatly increasing evapo-
ration, consequently the two mills may go at low
watei-thle whole admirably formed by nature to
facilitate making Salt. Any gentleman disposed to
purchase, may know the term by ap-lying snmme-
diately to EDWARD PRESTON, living on the
premises, in Dorchester, near Commercial point.
net 24

ST store No. 9, Cnurt-stirect, something cf val-
Sue enclosed in a handkerchiel,which the owner
imay have by paving lbr this advertisement.
Likewise, a linen 'ldkl. with the owner's naine.
cct i-b

A YOUNG Man, finnrom 16 Lt 18 years of age to
attend a W. 1. Goods and Grocery Store, one
troin llie country well recommended for his hon-
esty and good habits. may hear of a place by apply-
ing at the Centinel Counting Room. oct 24
A GOOD COOK may find a good place and good
wages, bY applying at the Ceatinel Counting
Room. Satisfactory recommendations will be re-
quired. oct 24 ,
FEW gentlemen can be accommodated with
Board in one of the most pleasantly situated
Honses in Court-street, being at the corner of
Brattle-street, five doors bilow Concert-Hali, oii
reasonable terms, with separate rooms, if desired.
oct 24 tf
ACAPABLE Cardar and Roper, a good Fuller,
a Shearman, and two Broad Weavers, at
Crowninshinlds' Factory, Danvers. eplm oct 1 0

OR sale, or to be let, on a long lease, that well
known building the CIRCUS, in Sheale's lane,
r imanvy vearsimproved hv Mr. lloulstone. Ap-
ply to JOIN AM.ORY, No. 4-2, Newbury street.
sept 19) tf
P ART of a brick House, at the lower end of
North-street, containing Parlor, Kitchen a:nd
two or three Chambers. Inquire at No. 9, Unipn-
street. tt sept 29

NOW all whom it may concern, that Delia,
W my wife, having separated herself from me,
I will pay no debts of her contrasting after this
Albmitton, O-t. 31, 1821.

P.liticah......le'cantile....and t livcellaneous.
I'ublishicd n 'ednedays ansd Saturdiuysj
BENJAMIN RUSSELL,'oullisher of the Lah s
of the United Stmis, Printer to the Stat.,anm
Proprietnr, at his Olfice, Congresn.wr'et.-

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