Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume ID: VID00020
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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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* No. 3923.



T IH-I Trustees of the 'Evangelical Missionar
Society in Mnssachuseltt," art requcstedI
irmeet in the Vstr'Y of t;e Cliureh in Chauniey
place on THURSDAY next, Nov. 15, ait 12o'e'oc
nov IO F. PARKMAN, Sec'iy.
T BHE stbswriburs hereby give notice, lhat a fin
"divide;id oflheliiioDertv of tlhe Essex Ban

S WRITuING SCHOOL. dlilta.:r ,-leu-ceont ,:1 the anrciv n.. nl ieSnt o 'LITER -Y cleared, thit'il' the King would not comee vol. li s worth ofa., ms, &c bound ti thi'. Morea,
o I R. .VAN-IINI."- I--..:r,,,g Si.:...-, .-,w r" "':lo.te"tut:r'n he e war- _...-. --- .... --- untarily to the capital, the scene of the 6th has been detai.,-d at'Ceplalonra.-
.n il. I r [ w r i l 1 It o t.,) :U t e .'_: 1 1, '.. I -,fl l ;[ .11r I IIt ,, fp r~ i e w p e r~ o d .
y- i .; .,, l, ... .. .r, ',t lI,, i,.,,ir., ln a,-nlitll- o 'i .n I t.hic ,a. e a to Ue [crI-UN :.sAlLS roe raE cr sNrlfi.L.] nfOcrober, 1789, should be repeated. [On Lett.ri from Snyrne, to the 4.ti August,-
k. s;o h ,,,I l l.- il I' OF \1VRI' IN *[u.:,n- l ,[i>^.,.,1' ol GE..-raphv Evv.ry ..-Ai: g -- : ',isd da Louil 16-4 /' France, war cumtl.l.d effectually contra.-ict t-ie sIccounts of the
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11-I.; I. di incre ,i,-, siin trtErd[ and A'. ,Iil nor belnnI it- N repcrus;ng Sir W Altir.1R SC-o ''s Heart to i.-,I.. FI r:ai,.'..: andl refarv to Purrs, lb,. a b.ilhl.a t % ctoiy obtained on the 25th July,
i i.. rl. I ... ^ ihit..'i .r I Tr, n P, n- t, htre tie relig'oas leailia,,i 1 mt e e ll, %% J'l ofl. of Mi.lloth.an,:I, I u as reminded of an ar. mo'. !.,, i n, of'v ,,i] Part:ans.] asannornced in me Grcic n accounts. No
i e,... l. .'. I- rcom li. I. ma L th c attenhou of lthie Geogra-ipher, a u i t,.'l ;I :,i of.] London Mag. zine, caplined, It is -.Nid tlat the celebrated Min r,." thle letter.; frorr any qu lter notice the victory.
al 1 r Iln.,. ., I ,' 'li r1., nhla,.:I shl .,rir y., i l i .ra ,, V, r father than a f ccoadnl ,v oje,:t. Caie of f;.,pta;n Porteoua ," he rein ;;: seems French Colonel M:.. Iintor i rE '.J% .ie of 1 I40 e hid been"r h.enn j a misr ng-b'et.ffert.
k ,.el tE. ":-ENING,'ln C AO L octa'r"a ', th plce ,. the 14t April 1,36, and no, as the .Governor of Madrid. wiu,.:,ut ,n ;pol'.,, euls. %"b ..
nt llo diR:^.011001 rl,:1CE-.f ^. ^ A,- -ro f.e7i et p -' I Solu~^,>.orcubje^ d
n-M R EOSTER has commenced his Evening, siderable ,.rti ...A, 10 tot Ol \,orll "?', v. 6, Parker'" edition.) which provesh6w SirTJunrt 7?. The King has-returned to be from an imnp, hit. source. :_ .--.- "
LV Schoolat his School rooming Cornhillsq'iare, arefound ,1ci.netl.rri [li heMlli.- ,,I theseveinil ,,urr'iedIv sih.t inimitabl author writes; as in very cnci;a].tor, answesi to the addresses "Co-- sr.rTiori., .t-c. 10. ThiTiaTrkiii.
(entrance No. 3) to-instruct in Composition, Eng- countric: e 1-11 hthi .t would permit. pige 33 of the samr lme, he observes, that- of thie Der'otaiin oft'.the Cortes, and to the _-in.lion h1d pFe-rnir,.-d notllni-g *er)-'de-
tsh Grammar, Arithmetic,and Penmanship,ou "n"TheA.tt, ,ery hudEmielyt.cluted. Itns the uproar and commotion respecting Por. representation addressed to the Municipality csie. Its fert ,vm..nt wast .Samisand
trpnr o Wehrt' rd vTere erom lassr~ ~ r^^s de.; ,n .lf.'t'.a. t ,,;m- t, ou -'.'- P '.' [[" 0. ,. :11 ^8' ."*^ t- th. ...... -'-"el 'suo,. r.-
_pr qr. one halfin advance. Even ugso(f attendance I3e 3 e, nE'.." I'-'" '11' %.- 1'1 Ar -,a- tt nntlaztyblpefasgl emhnethhrqetfh.Ma =on t 8 nt ; uteffrance, 1-su ritilis "iht'
Monday, Thursdays and Pridays, from 6 till 9 'ho t ,b h[ %..-t ,i .:..'.-...JIy a Ln .Vm-Month,.lea.i.gonly.the.lapseofa-single.incompliance..with f-.erequest.of the.Mal- islah nt ut lerit submi .rin. The
o'clock. Apply a the. Seblool room, or No. 53 bridgenim-iElnt i I- I,,. ,.I' \\rl b, ute -.a.sIn, u. id fwr lhet,'l, ccoi,.lemnilation and execution istrates of the Capital,.and for his Majesty's "feet h :n tailzd to ild.-3, vl where-i ffect--
I Middle street. 3spis6o I oct 10 thora," y. t ** i', i ,i>th it '., *.. n,.-,I cl im I. Ih-,- ofthe11 'it111l g al Irr, L" It may not be unin- cu n rattle "1,n \%ho 4s never so happy as ed a .p ,.-.'Ir,. u h. .l mi.l .l3 .At ,r',ligrit nanm-d
... ch,,,r-ctr.:. ", ....., ,,',ul ir,.ii".-doic u, ", i.r C .jtr .t' -tot h. a nerrsoftheunique novel. ,hei. lihe ;; i ir, itie m i.i t f f a People w ho. hi,. .'-r.* t.v lh ih:, ,'-.t. ).the
.... R-_N LANGUAGE.- -g n y-sW t'-cr "r.v.-ry "cii-.-n..I "ni *- *'.. ar,.i *n h.. nr,.pos-^CMon of the .. ai.n. h.re K;..] l.;m -.1 r .an. prooli i ui.;r ti. Rh".,-l"-s 'are sani to 0.b c c'r..r.-.. dt. f
C!,r lp y- .)ra to rt. -r r 7 v II,_ry. ,,,.'..I. ,-, I %.. i ,. ,. i h,: ion-r, .1 .9e~t 01;Of the LnnL~hln. h re 1:1'.11,. ;ITI,m4.) 1172111,' r o 11l rhe R :,l;-sar a~ o J clq,~ t -'
g PrENCH GENTLEMAN recently arrived .sbnt-to ther.:. it n lu:11 r It '"-- It,6%I.l- it l:.. -,g n:;-..n., -,Ioe ee following account i and 'espcri be w J ftolrn swi dags cont-t t' ci. lie would re.irn s" l Tik.'-' .* .-', -'"
t T thin ts town, aged 36-years not knowing tle "the result l tul L. t .r .'d..t y. i. On Wed..esd ." ,-th .1736. one A. "sonner thin he had intenJeJ." :-t i r ....-i .-ri .neda
tIt t t u. I tr ,. ..d .i, a." oil Wednesday, Aurd't4th, .1736,* one .All. Unnr-h.-%h hdnened ex "ed "o'uPIl. i,i, k:rc it gaineda
at egtish 1111 'gaag1, Wishes to find employment ill a serves tonbe patronized ny the publc,-far~thvowell ..... o it..- "
s Getldeman's family ishe 0odmo en,. ...es.t.e.atrOfinf o .. .. drew 1Yilson; condemned, for the robbery of a', The Kingulohs ,ppointei Ma.lor-General lui de. aditio!-tr..st<,rcc' by .,,Inr.g n w-irh
e (boys preflerable,) residing f in the vicinity o dBo ton U common topics of t GeogranIer nd par- Collector of the Customs, was executed .t Edin- Don AGAC1 u I AN-OT, Ml c i rt of r. He drn un.. r .. ] comn f the
(bv~re~rbl,)esdigithviinity ofBoston, tileecmmonutopics~nf the Geog rap~her, end par- ,"ii. ,.. .. the ,qnuadron und~r.h.-fi, comna.,nid co|the
. to whom hlie will teach the French Language and ticlarly for the lightit throws pa the aiural urghiattended by a mnu'e.u.t ard, to prevent has i lefied to accept the oliter re.sin-.Lion-. CapiLana Bey, :,ris'-sting oI-3;.t.:n sil,. -Tn
- other accomplishments, and will require ,o other condition ofmankind." a rescue, which was apprehend ed; but though Othel aceountit say. tlat GErin. SaA. A.It the ,he ,e,i t ime the ,rooprs S." .ia ."1.I.r.'1;s--
, compensation than his hoarding, lodging and wash- nothingof that kind was attempted, Captain John War Secretary. printed Of te expected pin.- r of Sam
n g. Applications nmalde in person or by letter ad- Having examined, as extonively as our en. Porteous, the c.mmanderof the city guard, on a It I b..en- s.t in, tft mrret.t-El a r- d tetw'r, 6 anr 7' Ch n aii
Stressed to M. V. cre of Mr. Henry Goodri, gagements ouldermit -A new Abri.gemeat parcel t boys. t rowig stones at the executioner A fter, t e t... : :. :f 'ile-'....0 i th e. k.-
eaagemersIwao Uldvermiil Geography," by Jmti- a s .cutting him dow, 'and a isusml.at ex, *,u] ^d it *v,. i ,e Itel,... ,, in .. ., ....
e k e t ielero fth e S u n 'lav erut (n e ar the Custom H o u se,) f o ^.ft..t. ..e A n, c.,ric, b '.F ,n S IL In t nn o]u s t aa a a ts s;ta ex, .. 4.. l t I h U ., '
B trery-st,.eet, will e tended to. "1) no 0, 1,, ....O.S D.n a.n" ,- ........... NwA M-IE. ...onsfired among thIoeu os, iree,.a oThehe "e le.,, and higuard ... l ., In t' n l l a ; ,p n-j. t d,1 ;i.... F, ie rk-
1A M weivem-he'ttionin sain, that we followed th example, by whicli about twenty per. or tne o,,..i, (.bi 1o lIlow ,t il L.- -,. ish fleet, a bold exploit n\ s perfimred by the-
A. 14 w hae mOeiiatoinsayng(tat e *,..t: ,I.ifat I IT t 7.""; 31.T ICI d II,) th t I ,is
if EVENIING SCHOOL. thuikit possesses g-o.at merit. ih a laboroe -sns ere unhappily killed oer wounded. The f-'..S.. l I. ..cldo 1 ommn ne1,, Cara All, % h, -ic.:,ded it-
S Instruction for o Gentlemn in which Authors rarely hestow on new editions, Captain and others, guilty of this rash and barbar- .m.ny, a.a t tatte gl r.n e(,c n.N Ltow'is -.owi. ;..a. three of the Gr_.-;- file i'p-s:-
2 me i c this Work appears to have been entirely re-writ- o s action, were thereupr, n.r. o iled i,' [, be amn ,:. tile i :-t it-m, the forth as nsE;-ed by the Turks, whoven-
S /R. STIASON, respectfully gives notice, that ten, and that with much dare and ability. The as they had not the least r Cdr i -m the i.is-t oo- ot and ..n-u.. d e "tci
'h e, h a st haAw i l h u eho mren c e dbw Th aea s t obie wha d ot t e e stv t-ltt h .. no tO Rh,, as I. . i fi-_ 't 1.
Sle Ias lately commenced with a tlitnew class, simplicity and brevity of itsstylo-the, various rates to fire, wo were th,:m,, ., n .4.-r of From Gibraltar papers to Set. .. ... .. i, ,
S at his Ac Iemyf No. 11, North-Ald en-str-et. A amnd ".,..,,, A, matterwhich it coutains-and being killed, a ball having .,.z.,l I.r ..te R oif liun, S 14. Gen. MO. LL...., 3 ..a.. .5 ). c ur...n.ate train
t, hi .ir ... ..... -eholars can beadinitted asLlisclass the excellence of its arrangement, must make it the window, up stairs, -.10 ti,...t. *.oc.d. Fori sunled the military command ofih r,-,ri,.c'. of gunnpoder fo, i, e eplosn o, the r's-
i .... ll,1. Icrtms oftnitionS-'at entiaee,and very valuable, rnot only as a school-book for this fest hle was tried .... e r, "undgl is t 1 .- I Te1 I ch o h b e I. I Ie co iiEq "en.- -s of nIvaltr be-
bS `' ",:r I ... orthle quarter. School on theeve- youth, but as a convenientmanual for occasional murLIder, and sentenced to deatl h*. Or, A r.- r.s ,enh is',;11 "I% 11 ". 'bee r,-t-en hen ti. I -: n rsan. 1-Grceek? ull.be terrible,
'..igs of Wednesdays and Fridays from 6 until 9. use tonn ofr.di..- T i 'S -- ;m Question ust 26th, upoh his petitintto the late Qeeni areste on his fit tl I i-, .nd been '. nd p;r. c rtli- pi .of the l..
Mr. S. res cltully infolbrms those young gentle- runm ithrug.u th \\ork. and tfne ra Caro'iie, then Re-.., Ie ,, 1, ..*.r;ed r,.r .; sent to J %aca, ill fhiee.i .w 1,.1 .-.I 'l iF teI o a nature noutl J.::t!l.|. .'
men tht for erly honored hiin with their instrue- Vie s, sIt IL c "tl i rre il inc tease its use- weeks, whicl repnt'- .r ., .. EdJinlsurgh,. n m ibtese Gen.:r dl. 4an',N.tcn r, is :!'o beer .. .
tion, that ie lirstqiurterolisschoolwhich keeps fulness t, lerI i.gr ,. The Map of Sept. 2,and the ex......I tol ne beno.ni tl.. arrested at Val .-. t .ng curieC.:l.. with .. .
on .the e. enings ot' Mondays and Thlursdays is half the Unit,'..I _i5teX-n'whih "i rve. asa specimen 8th, which being tr.,eIi abrlIr :,in .n l'g |e .p- th'e Saiago. p. P I, ... A n [ l.er j.jrnl ,:"e-
out, and thatheproposes taking scholars, for lthe of the I-roposuE.d IA 1o, ii c.x.tir-d in a superior lace,occasioned a r..."t *rag,]..:d]i.'.Its ."liho; I-:t I.t" Gen. RIirno 1.r;1e1.1 ,t [.eidJa ,o-,n t1"e .*i the h, ,11o, ,-, as a.passage ofA ., lelt:r firm
rem:niiideroftheterm. Tuition g5. No onead- style ot workmanship. E. PORTE, the7thawellconducetedpartyof men,ormob,een- Sept. Wh,_n he r l .h P-.1 Pcni, ,c ,.. .J the Emp,:."r1 AxaI.DE. *tU .he E.lperor
mitred short ot the hailfquartetr. L. \H OODS, lered about 10 o'clock at niglit, the city of Eden-. o th 3 I I `I r r- *
His afternoon sclol, lor tli'e instruction of young J. MMlDOCK. burger, and seized all the fire arms, &ke. belonging to o. the i t, z i ., ,.1 I isrn.,.].,"r, e.nI|., F I.*.-i n- I
Ladies in the above accomplishment, will con-, Theological Seminary, Andover July 19, 1821. thebcily guard, by surprise, locked the city gates, ing hisconc, ,.-: l, _,e -.It. .,1 A ,:.. Allm n my 4-f -.,Il iil.'n,' ; i y
mcne on Thuroil y, November 15. School on the beat an alarm, burnt the door of the prvion where and mentionl.iL th I in .nne I .t. f.l. I irm ?inel mi uliiects.1 ma-ii iir; i alone
afternoons ofThursdeinys and Saturditys. Frm the fiev. J. L. .Blakee, Preceptor of an Porteous was confined, afterendeavorling ih vai to to resign, b,.It0it rln. i,:v.-rim.;nt r,:lf.:eI tl. sm fr pec,> nJ I ,l-i ,pr.ve tht. I APt
o;t 3 ,- 8sp I ,81 Icademyat Concord, X. 11., force it open,dragged himfroim his apartment, and accept hias resagnn...r,,, c-.r,.;n.unig Im ,s one
AMESBURT A ADE Having uaid as much attention to thle ,ew harigedl himupon a sign-post nearthegrass market. of the most slren.......i-, |.p,, terol' the nw Emper "' :
AMESBURY ACADElll. Abridgeihet of oJ.lo'ses' Universal Geography as After the execution was over, they left, thearms" system; and c.)nclu.Je= it, t'.els au.J sou mn After the dcpanue af Count d:]e rSo-'"
rliE first ()ua ter of the Acalbemy in Aniesbu- my other engagements would admit, I now in- and drums upon the place, where the next morM-- 'professions of unbounded deytion to' tie r.orr. th.e Airir *n Moi tcr becr l i le ".-e '
S"bury (neir N.wburypert) eorarriaced n Iform you, that, in my opinion, it is a work pos- ing they were found. 1)uri ngthe tumult, parties Constitution, as now existing. .. ,j;ur ,31 corrmn;nia,"n r.th the Dian o
Monay, Nov. 4, under the instruction of Mr. session, peculiar merit. I say peculiar merit, of ifrmed men, with drums, patroled) in the streets On the 4th Sept, the Civil GOIelnor of r l ;r .n n the 'rks were dein.
Williami Withingto,-whereare taught the various became it unites, in thie same volume, the essen- to prevent any surprise' front lI.:,. K:., .. r .- '.o I.:.reti Putie, r..urks were de-ght-
branches of M;atheaatics, the Latin, Greekand tial advantages of its original plau,and of their quartered in tlhe suburbs. T'i, nr,. ,. ir.., :,L. agssa, issued a proclam tioh, c;t.ioning the ed nll tie cha.- ."
French Lnnguages, *nd tbe comnf branches of moremodern mode of teaching elementary Ge- ttempting to suppress the m ii,. ,,m leo,. i,...I ,rIll pople against givingmo ed.eC K, the tingioui Tthe Ptge atl.:.us re vss*l.n l. dcr, ushhirpin -
English educationtaoghtinsimilarinstitutions, ography from theusc of maps. The workbeing T.stones, and threatened' with fit..-.a r.iri, I' ir .i h-*. reports .against Gen.-Iir.oi, is concerned in i s p-i,. tlhe D ndinell.:.s IE lr', <,Pil tt.-:\ ;
terene forfrmationmay be made to Dr. completelyrenovatedmust commend itself mucl not retire. The boldness, secrecy and successor any criminal plot; an. iaI.:rt-, that the g,,- clhIr, to unrloa at Constanttin,.il.-, wih.e.
Kirkland, and ProfessorFarrar, at Cambridge ; to to its former patroas; and. by the alition of this enterprise, made 'it generally believed that erment had a right to rem.e him f.rinnm Ii the price had dmirishe.l abr.it 6 ., r c, r
Riev.Mr. A cdm:n, of Dorchester; or Rev. Mr. the General Views and Questions, secure to it- persons above the vulgar rank had a hand in it; military command, witliout assngninr an, rer- The Emperor Aitxrrsn Ias ,.,'rrI
Sawyer, otAmeinsbury. selft many new ones. The facts also, so far as ad the rather, as the keeper declared they were sons for their conduct, o.r th',,oilut tI.e officer Priie YPsiLa-'r i's name to be lstuk .',ur,
tN. 1. Several students may board with the In- my means el information extend, seem to have persons in good dress, who took lthe prisoner out, dismissed being guilty ._at oene.. his army li t .. -. .
strI-tor, nov 7 been drawn from the most recent sources of go- t .,ngh disguised with leather aprons, &c. For Two mail coaches hille lately b ,En Isop- I I : 'I
TAnHYGRAPHY he re siu th. multu-s proceeding, however te centre p l 1wamn a stwithin; ; f e .NKF.R I, Sr. 9- The n ist
OR T111,1 ATHr iiiU.KvvA1r H d,7D the country. I woud nolbe thou as under ", nd tile passengers F gr
Ot THE W R VIAr valuing the respective meritsofotlergeographih- voIofElb tgh : 2001 tiewaslaid lE dt .lfthe Gra;d Se;Fgr. iddi-:dtI. Il.
T H'-,,I--",I 1A '.Officers ol" Plo\irce-.. in |h:Eem-p;r ,-6.:ttnil9'-
?r -rIE. ,7";t'e",'Y .I,. ,f11, ; ..',e, r ,h, cal works now much in use. some of which are W ..'.,:m ciat f r ,,. le ,y, atol P.'t;, or I n4--i -4.... I.n ler-r-I 6r...-ttO .
"' "| .., '.I -, l,:" .. n- ,,,- -\ tyeswrvediy-rp pular>.- liwv uld make t a tt li- a=""-1 ,'Ih. -1., nilelsalii .. I-, t,.-.- ',*-hl.,, ..... Rt^ -..
Angle lnnimng H ... ......... ... 1,,,.l1 .'l;s lar comparison--considering, however, that | r pointed for the discoveryof anyo LNDOw, -tiT. We have -c-n sev %al. %ich the Siblme Porte aser -externect
inent and halinndil.,,1. .J .',. :,,... n,,.- e,ell every judiciousattempt.tofaciiitate theacquisi-., wards w'eronncerd o the derof o l letters from Odessa, to the 24th ... IAugust, nl all its subjects, particular o t .,e ,e Greek.-
operationand eve .....-.: t,..,,:-, c i,,...l ion of geographical knowledge is-doervin pu- uthe persons cincerned-in the murld knowingP6 con They entirely relate to comme:-.1 r; th. it deplores the rebellious conduct of the
by the Ladies and Gentlemen who are now attend- lie patronage ad ublio comrcdatto. ceal them. However, we do not rehenber any make no menntion of any expected war, and Greeks 0 several of its provinces.';' but that
ing spe cleng o Whose improvement may be se i o uE o'ULSbE et servantKE, one was ev er discovered or apprehended for the do not even allude to the Russian armies, or it has. forbidden any violence being offered
"^ s '^Snl~'^^^ .om "ui~a fil D..KE ,even to Baron STRO60OPFP. I to the persons or property of the, Gt-eeks,
VWater-street, Such is the poiveriful effect of thie Another testimony in flavor of this publication, ft. D. eve to Baron Sroo*orr. to the persons or property of the G Ieeks,.
prileip, te,ott a tot lcIlange of Hand is often el- lt Gint ,loHAwLd,Eq. Iste Saperinea-' "See the whole trial i Lond. Maor. 136, p. 49S8-508. cpTepreat exstie dout ultait e exciting t those in rebellion, or aiding
feted in lbnr or five lessons. dant of tlhe Public Schools, throughout thie Stale I +e,,dittop.so8rostseq. \ cipal part of the Russian population inceis- then :-And it dnrea'tens the vengeance of
Ladies, is usual, are wailed on in a separate of New York, haisrecommendeditLtorgenurml i- l V-Lon.Mn;. 1737,I.219,220,287, 300,54S,718,ct723 ed at the massacre and pillage of their bro- thle Sovereign on any public lotheer, or j.ii.. '
apartment,-and they will find this Hand peculiarly production and use. Arid the lol',owing letter their Christians in Turkey, are unanimously vidual, who shall violate this injunciit.i.
adapted toepislary purposes, to the senior Author, from the present tupcrinu- S ellieC in favorofa war; and that is the autocracy 'Accounts .from Constantinople add, that
Luadies ind (Centlh,'een can attend at any hoe' teadant, and Secretary of State, of the State of Lat Frig u of the Emperor alone which opposes the na- twenty of the assassins concerned 'ih the
..;,;. -- ther cotivenoftutheFrom'7 i trealoominghNew Yorksisconsideredtwufficientttoestablishsties-------- ------,-- _
., :. the.r nvenience, from 7 in the morning, NewYork, is considere efficient to establish the files o Londm and, Gibraltar paers to th tonal will. It is however,, officially contra- murder of the Greeks, have been pubUcly exe- .
c, -w 'l,,,tle eveo.g, uCl,o.---, "- .,1 the Work. ,f t. 1( dicted, that the Imperial'Guards insisted on cuted, and one hundred others -sentenced to-
i,,tiu E-T wo dollars tor the whole course of lea- I... ; -' .1 I)ear 5it, I 2 )d ,Sept. t .I
sons payable when theFehlolar commences writing- led much p being, marched towards Turkey, as formerly the bastanado. ..
Io n pIa e w h ettech6ar c o m e c e w iti gge Ni i d i m udch pil a t p ea s re th r ,ure tile8 of S p i n r, ,-e p r t c l -. .. I. ,. '
N. I. My school will eontinae, till the 26thLI of ceiptof'oui" oew Abridgemcn ue the Ameri-. fTJfiS of Si reported. .
o b 'indnone.Alailci'The report that the Russian -army has pass- A--=. E ..r .,t J
,,ovmberandnolOnger. All applications must can Uuiv'0 al Geography," and the Atlas intend- SP.1LI r 1,j.nlnD, SSPT. 6, .182 .... .o t.at usn a a. p l of Po.tugal. I, ,
he made previous to the 1711 all who make in- ed as a companion lo ttWork- uvindevo- y h been in a t fermentfor some ed the rth is thout fundaon,",But 2 -- Th. r.
meilate aplpliction, will ae th. le privilee of at ed some tim e tte to t oth, I hn s a a av e a to the -uexaminationbothIthie Russian force in Moldavia, and tIes coiue t te as -'

GEOGRAPHY M DE EASY. bu prepares i for the reeptx n of reaiss thne o Ashowfate ra a easertalinied, thl ae mr t. qultanteyCoenetste e s are in f ture it h e lstyld arte,
tending as inuuh a3s they Ilease during my stay, l amenabied to pronounce i t lhpou tlieir respective as the rg noftis new a .- Bessarabia, prevents thewPoe r ith- a f Ei t q ta r 1I
and tu o dollars is st that will be nceed. -,. ri en as Works e 'vteed for following was the origin of this newf alarm.- aw s frc ratio-ns on therC ns,,11, l. I ,f ", ,
Leo v c o mIa0ii haa.1A. msieoeft b e c o m e sen g:th e n e, a n o r'I0e d ,o r e .. b tlo n c o m five t o tw o4, S. o r e .
Get 31 S .ANM'U L SMITH. te use of-our Semin aries'of Educ oinh', I conl id- A courier arrived fiom Saragossa, the a tal .i its rc se bjects in the a inntyto operate o' t ^i"
~against its irevoltedI subjects in the Pelooon ....... 9, V.I ili
'., erthemwelladapted to that object, auddeswerv- of Arraeon, with intellig e, thaeth alot had u d 'eaisla an -s of the Archi ela reduce-d tie allotnc sthit -"
..,,.o hc eeonessus, a tel h So~[ %Ig1ptfo ., ,.
e- ct Aing of public attention. The Geography in it' been discovered there, of whicR tse cele- Rome, Londton,h Madrid, and in'oved :"-

Nto g e sucreetveonF ori apy, anUmbrlla. av mreInquiret hel pyibfoe it Iaane.ls e. ls mp.at..v Itr b .h 00 Isrit "i
thestreen abridged lbrm, while it is calculated to istruct bsrated General RrEoo, was the leader ; and ,V ---- 12,000 crusades ($7200) a yrdig to .
1 ,t ilmth. (;e,,incel nnutinsroom. t nv 7 will not fatigue the mind of the youthful learner, which is sald to have had two obiects ;-one CON4TATeTtNrOn, Ao. 1p o.IfAffairs here to all other Courts to 10,00h0 (o.ury-t.
ie, Rh Piv Y -nADE EASY. balt prepares it for the recept:n of treatises the overthrow 'of the present limited oingly are more tranquil than they ve been these are in future to b sylet At'aes; -- I

The -0 A A M ADcp l ont E n h iEA SY thae p od c ai Caeth lo nit' of the rsenth i nief a t ad f i s-y Rv b en
-IUS', l puhlihed,by RCHARDSON& LOID,meentla, aoud irst sibe y frnheideth als govrrtn ent, and the etaboishwent of a Dicta nany months, War or peace, with. Russia is character' of Envoys -Extra alva ". -

each counry. II thudpartsofthe W rkii-stebe Y uruimost ob wit otsran, ode adatfrt eove oioeyiand stilhmse Pry;bt I h osaaspectha ttreaties LtD., ep. 8 o 1.The s 'e
,.aNt W SCtHOOL GEOGRAPHY, on an L- t e ,ndaFitheyadvac W o an-J torship ,- and the other, theformationl of a u ar stolla mstey i butaI-ope thatethr d.kteu- expense of their Consuls in Lor.. ...'',r
ae to lee a duidmpeasio an ATh In tecothenyetecen a Cotion imatu orit yo.iITeb oraere tive consequences of a conflict between two be reduced from five to two .....f orI r'
r,ovrk PLAN, and accompanied with an ATIAS, tellect becomes strepgthened and tiLted for, more -hiny to eoaec a Couter Revolution in yranceISo. or t tne nl,. D Y
adapted to tihe work By Jciute., N Mo sl., D. D. i por-thn nsefl Etis Thve t wid fix It appeared, that the plot had extensive ram- such exasperated stand forumidable nattonsm wveill It H -y- w.;'ln ., ,

the~~~ Thieed~ovrh wrdaanada" teWr.Tearne e Atlasubjiclsfix It e Genreral, at te plotub harvencyto racesen hsdiaprve o teexese cm-pocedthoghBr el,
and Srol.B EinvARns Mo i,. A.MM. Trice of the upon the memory, by sensible objects, the boun-I ifications-and that the famous Club in this be avoided as the Porte has given in even to zl.I,. T Ifofe-, c :
Geography, 87 a cents, the Atlas, 75 cents, col- d, n iaand s -ulof different bates and Em-t city, the Fontana dOra, were in its secrets ; the most extravagant of the Rus ""n Ambassa. rel -n rtem n .of h'is ve'l- t. '
oured. s o p n i ples, andI o will enable tho student wclle readingeai and th5t many .French Buonasartists, and door's proposals, which wasothe granting, a, to, ali, t5 His lcm k,.:.,i '

th e c o m o n m e h od a n o nl b e f lt b y h ose C h ris ia n hi a nth r pist t is c oim oae3,h a nedtwill laa nad e m anth ethe!m m ed i a ndw hlile rc oudinog b e v a c u t ed u til hu l a nd n g i n ra n c e
who ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n theep recdb l.te ihq eposfrte aeo nisrco, ate eu niao F rt e K nch Etio n of *ew a hs t einurcioo hih t e w r h ar Olini Spt. 17 T e i
Thile aim of the Authors of this Work.has been, their description a, l history, to apply them nt ec h genarr atnestyfto the Greerh e i s." u es n fd larpinia, hoclidedMatrloas"of ""
to giveeu chia view oflGeographyas will ieavea more accurately to the Map lying bylbr him Italian exileswere asemble the in pt orde .tr tria, by whiclis,000 Austri to this ;
deep and abiding impl-csoion on Lhe mind For inlearnng that thee works As soon as.these tidings Were received, -1 I 11 1. W a military line in the *M tean-. .
this purpose each (.'ont.it is introduced by are introduced into our Schools, and that the la- the Ministers sent an express t n Arragon, o SEP s e tho mer, l intotse, ay r

d e c r bn g -,-0 1. th e g re a tl e o u tline s ed m r d t c u t f r u p l t o ar e v e h o w r e d e m d l ri n siir o n h o r d f t, n i tal t v l tIo e t
describing ll th great ,,tles-the mouutai bor you have bestowed upon them will be abui- commandingt Rieo to rnesgn his military is circulated amonith the poliipoltical ,rcir- ton ee for their ouime i a u"a-' .

"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ g R ncr fSedme2,2., so e 'a~exitstl lt 1se iEGt ousb )e vg a-n tuenite n n or dr n,pyforthesirrequtipentrn",tan
lines-the river lines-.nd other grand ifatureis. dantly repaid by the harvest of usefulness they command, and to retire immediately to Leri- .es, as the Rtepy el" the Ottoman Porte I, o t ,, onl-,..

The prnsal ti so being f t cou torkfr dda ileGgapiai oa ba a srnhenuhlftttlh oiee.e e I v1 tg e i w me ortedspthosbsns
.. beingo It "thde~, tt hallnpronuce, s eda, in Catalonia. (This chief was at a ds- onale asthem yo suc7 Russianst,,,atnP---I-- --. 19-S." fBdsh acetimo r
ndi, he pupo l is they led toa partpicolsirviewro mptnRandDarcsir, celled upon, by the. shlro tatehv"sido.nsueY*l pt e.h e rise a
r geah cont ee prytuth e ipat othe Work, instead u oaml d ear tsir.vry hret hebfuy, t e from Shragossa when be received t e re s. Rtd t t lmos I

eadch coukr~. bco't ,wihutdtrcinfrm Exrctoa ete 05L Rv Fediuservc es- so anton Gr Ie.thTmhe Por ete ]t) anys th ra)e:; a nir alreo heseuatr nth p
SYour tobdiutserant, orderoand at first resolved to disobey it, and .mThe Porte hal ah n respeted creates Leox, Sept.t18 to 2..Thel-
,wit oute hereatoge or namera h tc thei h p u JV.N.yo rSc ,to enter Saragossa ; but he was met by a with other Powert, an(d espeC.,llv oith e s. -expected v. ill set out on his visit to's
without rethrenee to ey order, a co~zlteclctl'vicTv lh6 Rev..J. iMoitsi, ,DD. 1). "Iheenerg~etic and extraordmr a-mainldmte2dor et
is given ol each countryv--such a view a .s5 Gcal- .oralhbaan7, Sept.S9, I ico 21, number of the officers of tihe division, at these i. T th. i. rl"o w". te a rd oiv' ,' 22d or 23d in.sto
cubyted to mrake Ilie study interesting, and at the ut rome, he c Vn. J.en kf, on ton.' gatev of the city, and finally persuaded to sures takenagainst the Greekswere only di- agency ,or Lords Justices the for th-li .
same time to leave dutnab!c impreiioo. The oIn tie.ienty-m cd edition of"Geogralhy proceed to Leria.] The above order being rected against rebellious subjects.. Every lion ofaffiais)appointed during .
Work concludes with General e.es, con remaining made tEasy'," by the ev. Dr. M.e itandh iSo, promulgated, a great outcry was raised a- Government as.,the rght, and even-ontrcts will consist of the Duke of Yo
o luch v'a rn ,in fouic to iou wo n l agreatL varietyhe uof at .oee rae obarp tto dtoipunisb traitorseandtallamdhpI -
interest nsubjects aqdcalayoni. it may-laid, without istituling'invidiouscom-. gainstthe Government.-The Club of Fon- theG obli ation to punish traitors, and all ho bishop of Canterbury, and the "..I ..
ter s r .e A.,,aei.tlipna it.ilhenltTerationPhavemuchimprovl tan, denounced it as an arrest of the Patriot disturb public order. The Ottoman eGovern- stenm. His Maesty will 'land t h
the student to go over the world agl oanagal ithgWork. Theari.g Sementorsabjectsismote Gener, e in subl viency to Franlce, meant has disapproved of the excessespcom- proceed through inissels, &. qat
r diff terent urpocs, ien allthe important e ciGtii lcid-hc mater is more ondena- e miniated hin dus av'prineiples of mitted by the populace ; but tle people.had p The King ofLFrance has sent ,. L

thcis unork yFairmly cimnthi s umem or ty. Th e ilr in' suerl~iortow -t om o in Works oh thethan d ovind created the h ach ofthnductlestote rek Inur ets u en m @' nNvelbrn ebury l r~ < o et 's d
eaces bothraseir /e du ie~ m ory. Thefi e r ed, and represtnled in a more hiking A Itt tha,
weea the study f Geo aphy on this pln ndr r em e. Newvmatte r M i introduced,U andiied Stpeer epef- the "wFo atither of the t tevol tio h.",aImm Edeoiate taken up arms en luasse to defend theissreli- tleman of his Cham ber tie Dt lu e --
plan and 'n immense cro issemfbled sill ion and t^he legitimate throne. WallaChiot TH, to' Calais, to w*elcome his \ ..
-e, Ieabothof thatrhinddwhich mostdandpprofitres~ctl..after.this, a -
the common method, Can only be oh l." by those hrisded theimmedi- and .1oldva could not be evacuated until his landing i France. ..I :- :.
who hive experienced both. I ,,^^ Z ~ o ^ur, at 7,i,'^ the insurre-ction, of which they were the l^a Office, Sept. 17., The King ,,.,
,lh e p r e nIA 1 d i tio n o fo th is G eo gt-.a p h y hI a9 b C C'O e d w ith q ue s t io n s fo r th e ea t ee o f a nt in s tr u c to r a te r e t u r a o f th e K in g t o M a d r id fw s t d i e i n u r e t o n w i h t e e ehee u S e t 1." .T h9K i I N .
Eepr wth"egll.de-to o ls aeorap m b re.an tue dance n a pnril. And the informal, country residenc ;-the retirement of the theatre, should be entirely suppressed,' and pleased to remove Maj.or.GeneralSi, ;
prepared with great labour and t nuch study, tion being re.-gularly prsenltedan!!w by Geer- French M'iuster ;-the assembly of the Cor- peace and order established there. The de- Wilson, from his Majesty's service. (j 4
manruol, be mr t lis rederde toe diljuct/ol puistrto es, and th ess n aofahK s i-A tension of' some ships laden with corn, in the Cou"lier, alla' ng to this event, says, Sir
To siewthvaleofhe whole, in the cStima q y, it is rendered more dnil F t or a pupil to ers d servants who were deemed unfriend- Bosphorus, or in the port of Constantinople, ert lm, no better reason-for his
ion of several ll :I:hresported_ ealemen, who Thail of'reaintrsg it. *ide ly to the People. Persons in te balconies' was a measure commenced by the necessity novel, than any thing connected wkth;,h,
have cxamincd it, we an ex the Ibllowtngno. othe Atlas accompanying tho Work, besides the a g mest infiam- of storing the capital with provisions; be- political career, and we will venture to add,

inexth ololn o.O ^ ^ ^ Krth(e^ Unit- addressed th aseblg in^ ^ ^ most thedesatcm
ties c e Statesat th e r n Capcnta titos wo rv ofth loude, accationsk a p th thsides, it was the local authorities who adopt. that whatever mortification he may experJ.
Fronatle Boston 1Recorder oftSeptember will e S anthe adjacent terioe sghly Iuable languageoanitte Duke rtes, 1an.d so ma sue without waitn fsubrers
"1-ho is pro. -i-1 d Ithi. e prpsli -ea.mI -t.-deserl e-P' commerln datinc It exhibits tile course dehimself conspicuous by shown g a ed.._b thi s mea sur w _t A .,t a,., n1 for ,t rde rs l s enee, he feels no surprise at the measure.

Auhr'se-a preanr-fd-uthn imporethant acs tlat/edus of thaMisslis anid extndslr torb the Paeiui Oca e, n oiferat, 'r that ela return, fthe fin thle government ;h finaly te Christian s oft lie a mtiuedntoh been fuerther pandotlued a tmos
Aferreernf tovtien at fte wrk taforo -.emoyn EthefGeogahclilr mation L.- ha etsr0^ h nt hlft0 p^; i ^t rvoe ti tebeas their privTateer thne'ithr No hemb per. lators noon themplaen
ou"Wnh nlfact i, has tvr meo th ge t dfietyo itency rie fromofthe inpo iut ty of Messrs.Lewi tho heary s Gofverano t o The's harralangue werone, ^'^ kette adnllsi saeofbokde;ta ing wilm o the despat. ofbsns
incuteon, we ansit, witili schonfidene,~ ie tha he senir. C ulare.wacopletorsnndteMists ccujcsMllotnutoao n -,-
renowabie eue, taion h erte 'u p ub-ic wia de oitio be Othae whoe, tineceinl aubrceived with ploudr yoacSolam^tn hi rsg nations. Itand thad tt" i the Potahweve, ian will. tgrnot aream- untilW lar Irony.. Lota t..
orbudiappinesad. Thvey F wIt nse en thepoosedat-~ Coorphnd and -'las, aadc isal recommended t n t Perma, nent Comilttee of the ortesol ntison-blese-mle inem*filty to .suc reigusi'o ubs wo thepr.dc o9. olive filnds padvnce tisvc> mornd
ratnh apeserpoit d--toiltbymprapstwtho tstt eder useep otamill atcntiainstrueore bsfly 'rmto s the M epalt 111 re calle upo, byi the as Slta. proe thterbr ltheray l outive ly t hsante los is ing" sud enl mhadlf aerent Tby rric ise ins.
w-to gre-abt pesicuity-notbeiv llcothingionscorl copisedon, ac.,1`1 Wsmall JpacS, Moan ano unite nl deaeathh etr o heb the Emperoasue Thepfreed onavigaion to theatibue to'T ih:n 'ete~n i ~ alos
reel, an more tan we blieve te best ethod, ~umeoftStreIig'etevshaetlwie."e-eDrtngbth seeprocedengsortetreostwere tprovines.gco;,crop, audthe conse'quent^
oflerin msc obe trwigawy h --, K,,. nder Madrd. and honsequenca te ouraeeg e' etrane n te" view tha -h ntlre falur l; ow thesp~eculators on .ul~athe oeni
wIte- vaue'Uo'theabal onitdeor ipt iout a ere qally 30 fro on istia ofa Zetgte foMAPS. to ee;accpn thes to-presesre tlle people, tGen.uillUithe mi rts uhrte n h eulco enln -sony^l~sn.
"X hnaot haser versye ip.ouagreant pofintociewc q rork. o Theyae Uzerecutedo i enastyle aa tf itga ry Gove nor^ o heapita nd Poinfore, punshment Is tnhae uinterdct; all fathup-l .and ing of th pots ^rt "i,^, .;
tin a wo."rk m nay fai pu~lar steo Cupeio~rapity s theri senior towht i~omo A/s0 wae compellaed toa thesin ,eatndfteKn, -p't the MGitespaiicsb ekts winrgentsinu to nj oy the -^, ;,%,,.y1i,,,**.n..,l.e
nawin tlh e, of th'e .snpp, e.t-a-hve.i-.l a deriptour "save rend. ehe wapith pleaue yunred Steschoo a*,ls sen in_*.i;_*,. thei ei'ai n. I ntwas sai proetonr e ar he bEnlaws, and woino besse-l~ tls, itv. 1.. ... "i e lenarn r o Tortosn thatll;1.. .w.
ofbonaeraio-es alludrier to i ss bcuae eln th,- Georaphy all Atl~ e onars, and s ha e countey, tn ltntpri lsrui10Ll ] f^nurlt fteRpb lt-r",- ***" : -A},cc!?'" *
lio sofe bether oralea e theliioscholractr to setl h a tur t io oo ti rfrnet n aet eintecnepaino h~vlto-lse the exerccisertre eks h ms ou ~cotn Lofhn wthei re 0io0 wol- tb:>prduce of ol).i-e ni in S'pae "iser a.1 dant '..
tbeepointion, whoglly y a, w~t!iths~ relrcse sen lt fth-u'inrbedonaindsoruseflob InCHrARDBOn? it ta put tere King' soe of l t l'i fmlm lub to. ship.^^iiti andoni thatl ( pr.r"chlse i, the^. amount** of 10 mll o
re1 ct nymretRn ebeivetebetmehd 75, ftkmd[hv evernll met with. 31 Drngtes roe ugs h topswrete merrha epredo avsi o ia, ivrooSet..t1-Fo h..sttre h h


uill b shortly made; after which h rsne of the bil
of said bank. will e paid[. All persons, therefore"
holding any f said bitis, are requested to present
them for payment, "it the Commercial Bank, ia So
" lem, immediately. JOHN OSGOOD,
',Sa.npm, A .6,1821. _
BOST'ON., yovem;er S, 1821.
RDEREDD; That tile Sgcretar e.use the 1,I
S lowing notice And caution to be published
*-- e. i .i.t-.. te paperi p tink
ih." Rul. andO,,0ilers of tie BHoard, viz.- -
Thle cjtizns o" Boston will take notice-- ha
Salasl-Withipgtou,jiun. Esq. of Dorchester, ha
contracted to empty and carry out of town, th
4,onrtents of all Voults and Privies, in Wards No
4. 8, 10, and 11 ; Mr. Satuel P.Teel, of Charles
townB,Wards No, 1, 3, and 6 ; Mr. James C.Kent
of Netwton, Wards No. 5 and L2 ; Mr, William
I, addi ofNewtnn,\\earda No. 2 and 7 ; MAr. Martin
Morse, of Brookline, Ward No. 9. Tile price
those ent lcme ar allowed to charge the eitizes
in no case can exceed 3 cents per clbie eet ; amnd
no person is allowed to empty or cany out of
town, tlh cortt.tits of any Vailt or Privy, except
those'Gentlemen who hIave contracted with the
Poard as -iforesaid ; and all owners and occupiers
ef.Vaults aiid Privies, who employ, or permit any
persons to empty theI iVaults and Privies, other
than the afiresitid Contractors, are subjected to
r fine of fifty dol'as. Alho, by the internal Health
Regulations, all Vaults and Privies must he enmp
tied in the montlis of September, October, No-
vember, December, January, lFe'bruary, March,
April, o r May.
A true copy of leCord.
Attest, BENJ.. WHITMAN, Jun. Soc'y.
Lectures o0n St.gery and the Dis-
eases or the Eyes.
R. REYNOLDS will commence n course of
Lectures on the Principles and pi'ractiec of
Surgery and thle Diseases of dhe Eyes, on thle 15tih
November, at 7 o'clock, P. MI. in the Rooms over
Messrs. Bartlett &i, Brewer's, Druggists, Cornhill,
entrance at the store door. nov 3
U AS concluded to relinquish all other pnetice,
_and devote himself entirely to the Dental
Branch lof the profession.
He does this from a conviction, resulting from the
practice of many years in this branch, that the
management ol'f tle teeth, and the diseases of parts
immediately connected with them, -which generally
come undde the care of thle Surgeon-Dentist, re-
quire the exclusive attention of the practitioner.
I.tn all cases, where the circumstances connect-
ed with them may require it, Dr. F. will afford
his assistance or advice gratis.
S-(I'._~r. -;..pr-iposesnii-tre e-,-rse of tU eans-
ing winter, to give a concise course of lectures on
the Structure and Diseases ofthe Teeth.
-nov 10 ep3w
To the Hon. the Justices of our Court
of Common Pleais now lhohi;enat Boston,-within
and for the county of SuffOlk, 6n the first Tues-
di y o October, A. D. 1821,
H 'U BcBLY shews Zeharliah G. Whitman, of
e said Boston, Esquire and Mar ia; s wife i,
her right, that they are seized in fee.simple and as
tenants in common of and in a certain real estate,
situated at the northerly part of Boston, aforesaid,
containing in breadth, at the southerly end thirty-
two feet, more or less, and at the. northerly end
eighteen feet, more nr less, arid in length on the
east side lb'ty-eight feet, more or less, and on tlie
west side thirty-three feetmove or less, and bound-
ed on the south west and north east oby North-
street and Charter-street, and on Lll nosth by
land now or late of Luke Stone and on the north
west by land now or late of Joseph Sollg's heirsto
wit :-of forty-two l hundred and eighty parts, anle
also of' one fiftlh of another forty two one hundred
and eighty parts of said premises, with Mercy R.
Abraliams,single woman, of said Boston,and certain
Other persons unknown to your petitioners, that
they cannot possess, occupy and improve the said'
. parts to any advantage, whCile tle same lay itn om-
mon ad undivided as aforesaid,l but wholly lose
the pro fits thereof.
Wherefore they pray' that notice may be issued
in due form of law, and that their aid parts i her
right may be set off and assigned to them in sever-
alty, and as in duty hound t your petitioners shall
ever pray. ZACIIy G. WHV TM1AN,
A true copy, Aitest, ,
Court of Common Pleas.
Suffoik, ss. October Tern, A. D. 1M8 I.
Upon the aforegoing petition Ordered,that the
petitioners give noticeeW all persovs interested in
the prayer thereof to appear before tle Justices of
ounCourt of Common Pleas, to e hnlden at Bos,.
ten, within and for tile county of Suffolk, on the
first Tuesday ofJanuarv next by publishing an at-
tested copy nfsaid petition and this order tiiereon,
three weeks successively in the Chlumnan Centi-
tnel, printed in said Boston, tile ast ptt hcati n to
be thbir.ty days at'least belAe tie sitting o1 saidl
Conrt, tliat they may then and herdere- oi"-nOta slid
,Court slmew cau ifany they have, wbh|y the prayer
of stid petition should iodt. be granted .
A true copy, Attest, '

Collectors Notice-oeedram.in
OTICE is hdereby, given, to tileA Nun-resident
proprietoes and owners of unimproe'cdi lands
situated in the town of Needhiam, that they are tax-
ed in the bitl of assessmndts committed tss me. the
subscriber to collect, lor the westerly Parish in
Needlham, fo thle Pharish Tax, for th year' 1820, in
the respective sums, namely :-
Dievid' Hagslun, Esq. 29 Acresi, f260 Value,
'Tax Sl,25".
John Smith, Tax 7-2 cents.
Unless said taxes and al! intervening charges
that have and may arise, are paid on or btiare Mon-
day, the tenth day ol D iceniber next, at 1 o'clock,
in the afternoon, so much of said land as will pay
said taxes and all necessary intervening charges,
will then be sold at Public Auction, at the DVel-
litig Hoase of Solomon lFlagg, ih. said Needham.
JX"eedham, 3d XVovember, 1821.
NOTrCE is hereby given, that tli&
Commn'ttee appointed by lte 1-u.:.or.able Court
of Common Pleas, held at Newbarvport, in the
"county of Essex,'.on the third Monday of Sep)tem-
b .D 18 ql utlio ,'z' i tii! is to nake p nrtitio
of the real estate of PE2 LkL'ATIt KINSM[AN, de-
ceased, late of Ipswieh, in said eoanty; and to set
eff to Moses Kinsman and Joseph Kinsmaa, tlhe
petitioners,.their respective shares as set forth in
thie petitions ; will attend that business, 9n TUES-
DAY, the 2J.0h day of' Noversbet next, at 9 o'clock
in tihe t'orenoon, at the dwelling-house of said Mo-
ses Kmasa, an, io Ipsw.ich, atbres.'ud, of which all
t erso:.s 10terested, war 'r quired to take notice.
SDAV/ID DODGEi, Chairman /'aidf'wi m.
sisch, Oct. ii6, 18-31.

S6 .M In$a

BOSTON, (.11ussachusetts,,' 11 EDNESDAT' 1110RNING, NOVEMBER 01 1821.

* ptre .nt' 4Ti ncihert would rinther darmp the matl,,I. "Cot-
i _r~slln ao mAl i en ti ih, et k. l it without any
m aiti a 'ater iand tn ar ct clo'1 s m, l, rather
'mi r ireiillhneni 'onelth ii fr i' the Ichlliio teet ilte buy-
Air. 'h le ,ilesl'f to-dos.r nre nbon,v m I 0 bie.one half otf
l.,tch s tre U ain dssat IhltLi tiotn ri -i.A, .. li~c mi nomnent
ius looked irt pa r ntn. ilt As. r h Ii e i... arC .,, ..1f your
tcr nt, t, c nfsrcsaabti A'ld-.., t ... ...nly, in
eti.im ,s I tl ne ot.Iut e iUt i -l r Lir I e.ln fn' 1 l. I ... t cO 3l-
W l l fI. lit ii- i lnc, p >e -i.i ..r ( ,l t i ). l'r u I, 3 9 a 3 9
6. 'li4- ,t..' dur. ,ln.ll'. .- i. ,' thI i". l.'r"!y.
3 "i0 bhls, a o t 'Icl .Thre tine sold cc day 1t 12 3, wisnch is a
dlacde.lawe. I It',Aieto in fair iiemind-some very prime
le I h t'oiitl at 7a c down to 4 for middling fair; Ken.-
t suchy etdf dull at.s12 3 ianall 4."

The r-followving is the substance of the will
of the late Marqlis. of Iondonderry (father
of- lie present British iMinister) proved in
Dublin and London.' Thei personal property
it England, being sworn" under 60001.
T. N 'e WILL ,. -v
"' Having some time ago, in conjunction- with
Is' two sons, settled all tlay ltndd estates in the
.iriode considered thie most advisatle, I have noth-
tin: hibitchlattel interest'tt, dispose of; the whole
u, iticti I l'si'c %.' m, dce:a w .,n Castlereagh, hay-
in lttl cc.nlh.'i, e l, i let lit no exertion or
.sfleUiF,..5te. e: dl:S SvO ll % lt I t.. iA.lted by hii that
Cat .nv', "a, it .e lttl. ih I,. '..l'ihn' lto herjointure,
Soo Ili.:i o b;. .mnil ,t. n ..-d ..'n,rs iot of my disconso-
iene id ,il v 1',A ,-'1ti.. I Is t', recommend to
"Its atc,,llon .i ltt'er, :.t.r rI lhy individuals who
hisc len 1tio sin nt crtice, and whose fidelity
de.- p- i.' r,'tir" t 'o' ..ptI tLhat.lie will do such
e.C ( l II 0 t'1 6 ,t.1 ) i.l e ci.... it-, my nametas he may
Ice, r.T ,.. '.,I v .Mid i.' ... I h. v a otliiaing more
ludil I u' c ii1r i .'V iQ l', A i l Ini e ed W hen
the s r.-. .. qHied "f t ...ii :.L de, all worldly
r,.. r.,!.. :- d t .u r l I ,. I I.l., d nr ll ."
t l,,fei t/le .ditii .'.l. ir 1t. .. .r' l

S.f:,"-' a ..Inrve "We findvery'litiae on
Areir t e tn :uiiomts in Ithe Liondon papers. ,'\The
fmlir, ,r tcoice of nirt Minister' there is ta-
ken firr, th. Coi.,,,,er ,.f the 251h September.
On Thursday, Mr. -Rss, the American
Envoy, came to Chathamn to see the Royal
Dock Yard, and other public establishments,
His Excellency .was received ,Vith military
hontrs, by the Commandasrt of the garrison,
and ever possible attention was paid to him
'by. Admiral Sir 'ienjanmin Hallowell _[a Bds-
ternian,; by the', C commissioner, Sir R. Barlow,
ant the heads of the several departments.-
-He afte'wards dined ,viths Admiral Hallowell.

[Fia'sr. A nil! OF CAtCtTTA PATpxit.]
:MAitAs, JUiE 2. On Wednesday his Ex-
cellency, Lieutcnant-Genera'l Sir THOMAS
IPtstor*, paid'a farewell visit cf cetr.,-mc to
lie I ghliness the Nabob, and was received at
Cl.epantj with the highest honors. His High-
ndss returned the v te visit the next day.
S n Thinrsday twd'hnttidred of osar citizens
aven a public dinner to otirt Cfmmander in.
Chiefj, ir.' l;.,us tol his departure fInr Ea-ld.
'Yesterday'His F.i.:.sllsncv. erah:i..'..i o,
6oard tl e Le&tier,' of 60 g.tiA, tinds i.lutes
from all ihe althps ol war. .'. .
SOtir worthy Governor,.!Sir TnoMAcs Mcno,:
X-spe 'ct -'"to rea'lb Madras to-morrow.
CIL', cia..o ?ITi s19. A yoting:min was'
iLtely 1 It,' d ba a .'t -r, near. th si'lhg,,' if
Labodowe, and two girls in a villag.T i, tie
saame'district. The Collector of Gill,- i-'v..
immediate orders'to the villagers t turn out
and scour the jungles. .
'o3G.tA., JE 2. .Ot Slntr<'r:sy3p'g lotsofO-
piura were sold at 2000 rupees l,'.r i et Since'
then 1585 eleats 'live been sold--highest price
2007 rupees. It vas sold scme.days ago at 2220
rupee per chestt. :
ix natives Iave been convicted betfure the
Sup'c q ,ie Court, in Calcutta, r4,f !ha, o infl c-r
etd tortlcrtt'iirtn tIvb other r,-i'ites. itI or ltr
to 'tIC'- thli. to confess that the' I).l been
gtult," ihl'srs '.er, a.d have been sentencedto

trIf-u r ;In rip ofP1u.tl, TMit more thn 6'5,0,.I1
l .-.;-.Il b e I'and- their way in Lri-,ib.:, the..
geate" r'P t of rich ,Aill g,' to C r'in.aI h' thle
re.'ulIar i..utt. -
fi- ii; r;,t-ni. d ufi.",i- ,.I*. .p lu i, i i.. British
iniT ili i, tJra c.,, I <. '":.' i iiir S I it ,Ar. 0 pleas.-
h IIUT. Ii j ,i' m '. 1% ) C ,ip ,r N >lee. f,.r i1.c .11, if.lo,,, li0 -
I ,; arid I. ii,.Io in 5i, er r c. d dl o le i ni r.Fr iii iid Hit
,prisoner. ". ..



Fiml, the unprecedented number of rob-
beiies;g,'which have been committed on
stores ih thig-town and the vicinity, within a
:f0w' ays, we ar'e made sensible- of the great
"s'6obure of our properly to the 'rapacity of
",'ist plunderers, and of the total useless.
t 'wuntblic watch. It is folly to pre-
ton, oa t $0Y
S Ham shir1 Ut m of calling tihe hours in
Slide patron Snight prevents !.he detection
;. perienee helCreases their security.. The
lion to all thl so powerful an influence on
S He intend) xo'one without thie prospect
cent Liquorsnb tie expected to put himself
Likewise theple degree of inconvenience;
entlemenuvhq thinks seriously on the
turnimsg from., convinced that the hired
as he i..., ".I',t d ;-I tie protection of pro-
ever. I he I.is no concern, and who
Patties of'r-t compensation, whether he
is a fine Hall aS" wrapped up and musing
quisite .,iusc,,,tcx, r .braves the'piercing
Ashe intnifttin patroling the streets,
Tanentt object' .-disclharge his duty. And
tions, hie shall'Nightl m ; ten -,iuta.-i I ,.,:,".t
ac,'et td pretended etcrc% cs oftite.
tiont,' sides ft our o' five tlhoean"d
.4yedfati tie various watchmen on new

protectionn of'their proper,) as the
THF ,t,'and without any ref'rr. r ucr I't
thaltt. effects of the measure to the
Water. Ban, a pecuniary point of view,
reception tfitlly recommend to the mer'
Tle rooiCePy stores on the different
seed, asd bin themselves into associations
'ortlay oalt-assmay be conssideredm'st con-
Leinds alisnointt a secretary for each, whose
tlemet^-shallbhe to keep a regular list of
aOts-9'of those who are willing to do.
bH'tturn, and after deciding by lot upon
,i. the 'doty, for each night shall fall, no-
hiis or them of'the fact. ,
'et'y moreltant- as in his store one or
2re persons wsho will cl'seet'fttull" turn out"
lone night ins two- or tree .m.tntli'; 'nr,d this is
as- pmnas will be requisite.
"l'ei''e are but few nights even in winter,
whsen the dsty would be very disagreeable;
and geseraliy the performance of it would be
both pleasant and healthful.
There was in 1816 an association of this
kind. which embraced Cornhill, Milk-st.,
State-st., Kilby-st., Broad and Ilndia-sts., and
wharf. rhe extent of this connexion was
one cause of its failure. Another was, that
atfter a short tihe, as usually happens, the
people who composed it, became insensible
to its benefits, and forgot its object, incan-
s'derately co tichlding' that as tisere 'were no
robberies committed while it existed, there
would be none if it was discontinued. But
the principal reason for giving it up, Msas
that an agreement had been entered isnto, to
go lo the Exch.sage Coffee losise, anitake a
dish of coffee attd other refreshments, for
which each member of tlhs*association was

obliged to pay one dollar. This was.injurious
as well as entirely unnecessary.
There are in BrOad st,"eet,iincluding one
only below Commercial-street) forty-four
stores. These are occttupied by -ixiy-fAW.
fnerchants, who have cixty.-ieo clerks and
boys able to. perform duty. I think thlit two
persons each night would be sufficin tfor that

street, and in case each one should watch in
his turn, it will he but once in two months.
If the clerks and boys do the whole duty, it
will be about twice in the same time.
This is a plan which if adopted will render
our property secure, not only against thieves,
but alsu against the incendiary and accider.ts
by fire, and the town w'tclh will no longer be
necessary, except in some few disreputable
streets where no other security can be had.
In the hope that some one more adequate
to the task will take an active part in this
business, and that 1 shall ere long have the
satisfaction of assisting in tho prosecution of
a design calculated in some degree to benefit
the interests of my fellow-citizens, I subscribe
myself A 3ZtaCHLAtT Or BROAD-sTREET.

S Thie man wiho prints in his prosaic fits
Anod in the public mouth his lheoatcommits,
Ot'( poucs a sah repentant groan in vain;
Whilst wickedivags but giggleathispain."
A MOST puissant though galled champion
has- again reared his head in last Mon-
day's Gazette; and in justification of his
wounded parts, armed cap a,'pee, thrusts his
sword trenchant, spitting defiance in our very
teeth. But from the whiff and wind" of
his fell blade, we shall hurry to escape as we
can, trusting to fortune ,and our good cause
in this "Keen encounter" of his steel.
Indeed we did not dream of so sorely prick-
ing the honor of our doughty combatant; nor
did we deem him of such tender stuff; else,
peradventure, his lively mettle might have
wrought more wholesome fears within us, and
caused us to approach him with more. falter-
ing and circumscribed pace :--But descend-
ing a little from the hierpics.; we would be
understood to harbor no malice towards tihe
sapi~ent gentleman in question, who has so
redoubtably assumed the cudgels for one at
whose heels lie seems so willingly to wait.
As tlhe critic appears resolved to'furnish us,
offhand, the ensuing season, with a regnlar
course of Thespian dissertations, (alias pofs)
upon thie major as well as tinimoriheroes of the
sotk and buskin, we aishould be sorry to check
him in mid career, or chili the inspiration
.which stucha genius naturally feels,-,
"Posted in inki, and flourishing in type !"
"See," says, our triumphant proser, "what
a spoonfuttof bains has been -able to originate
by distorting a plain matter-offa:t i,.ite-
.ment!" The "statement" to which tlhs 1 m itty)
citi tlelicai._' remark alludes, is simply this:-
Speaking of Mr. 'COOPEn's Mfacbcetli, fob'i.h-
with spontaneously flows the following truly
brigimnl compound : Coo E pronounced it
as surpassi:nig any similar attempts upon the
Britilsh stage ; atnd the performance -of that
great master, and 7is successors, WAz.ACK
and KE.AT, and others-of minor.attainments,
'have confirmed his exalted claims to this dis.
Setting aside thle grammatical accuracy of
the sentence here quoted, we will merely
add, by way of parenthesis, in tour author's
ear, that lie will sustain no. injury by making
ia little dip into the study of perspicuity,;-a
convenient material enough for, one who
would, figure in print, or set in array tihe
r1s's11. little things that play ait bo-peep with
his -il : .
The sorrowful and ridiculous charge of
hirkigffinsolence," being attributed to us for.
simply'requiring a confirmation of thhtt which
-.many doubted besides ourselves, is infinitely
atmsing, arid too, ludicrous to neerd'comnment.
'And the silly subterfuge of fathering' the farce
Siprn the honest editor, and seeking shelter
beliinrd his cloak, finishes the absurdity, and
i',rc rri' s a master-stroke, which may cap and
pi t!el i:.- wittiest elTI t.f merry waggeiy
,asnd conceit-, ..
As "'d I cy rtr' ',v ii:,. our s-:it r'iit: Critic,
r ltms 'nin lttg l t -. ,ia, ;' ,.''c" er riirir itL opins-
,on go 'injtritingt ottrilc-iied to CurCir: and
.2s it is considered "lurking insolence andcon-
cealed presumption" to demand any farther
evidence of tis pfroblemantical fact ;' the world,
asi well as ourselves, are likely to remain in
profound and quiet ignorance of the Same :
And this grnd secret ever dwell
S: 'From curious souls below,
Until the latter day shall tell
What now they cannot know.,-Old P.mtlmody.
SL. X.

Mn. Russ.r.-You. are requested to state,
,that the distinguished stranger so elegantly
typified by "the Russian Beal'," and design.
ed probably for a new constellation it the
galaxy of the present moon, is perfectly usn-
conscious of having deserved that honor. He
is even guiltless of knowing, till within a fewv
days, that there'ever existed the mighty con.
troversy worthy of such masterly tr'ansfigura-
tion. 'Thfiat .critical discernment or intuitive
sagacity which'can perceive not only things
that are,,but things that are niot, ufiquestion-
ably :borders on the marvellois; but still it
must yield the palm to the wisdom of that ex-
pedient which proves thIe futility of a foreign.
er's pretensions to English literature, and'to
talents in general as a writer, by crediting him,
as soon as his labors are suspended, withls sev-
eral native prodietions,sufflciently prominent,
in point of merit to excitejealousy, anger,
and irritating.public discussions!' Be it as it
may, the gentledtln itn question does not wish
to be diverted ftiin'the experiment he is now
-making to reconcile himself to retire meat, by
having his vanity stirred into action, through
the tempting inverted process of raising tri-
umph, where mortification was alone intend-
ed. a,-d 6fre.alizing as I-..d ofi' lh'-rntio .ficiatiot,
wile putsiting an ilnhraginary trurripiJh.
Yours, O 'L O r inn r.'rAr.


LOUISIJX.2V. NFw.ottLrArts, OCT. 6:
rMlHEfollowing publication has beeq trans-
.1 milted to us for publication, from Flori-
da, having been refused a place in the Flo..
''idiarn. It needs no comment.-Thie writers
of it are the Spanish officers wlho were or-
dered by Gov. JACKSONa to leave Florida forth-
with ; and they took good care to be out of
harm's way before they promulgated the note.
To the Editor vf the Floridiuan.
This being the last day allowed to us by Gen.Jacksos lto
remain in Florida, and bcing at this inuient :;bout toi de-
part in a vessel hlound to New Orleans, '.e conceive it to
be our duty to publish to the public that we are induced to
obey his orders, neither by ithe terror of his Iiusonsa nor by
the dreadt of thenany vexationts whiclih Judge so depo tiac
as he h as howsn himself to be, is capable it exercinC -.
gaitst ins-a Judge glutting,at every expense, the vein. "
geance excited it his breast by she fit' atnd iournsgeous
manner with wlitcht iour worthy superior, Do0t Jose Utaia-
va, maintained Iss uwn dignity and t related with merited
eontemlt Ihis furious itd iuconceivablse outrages. We hat e
no other wisih thin to iatie kiownV to the whole world all
the facts which hl Ive cetnrred since the memonralie andi
seandahloius day trilhe22dl Alfg. last, and to pui tray, wili
*the. strict fidelity of 'thour,l: imen, ithe being, s ho caused
thetn It Ititipp'tin. By prohnitinig tou resiiet.e i-i this city,
it would be impossible tn attin tt end ; we. hiereflre ri.
qttest yo, to insert ir yuiir Gazetti tihe pisesut note as i
farewella ltdreos, and o t'esfil'aty int' st9e tiine to allpc'-
sons of reflections who have opposed cur expuiion, tle sen-
titments ofgratitude iwe entertain for thel. aind particu-
lary fur yo "sir. W"e have tie honor to -e. &ge.
A. GUI.LEiM tt),
0,'-The ahove notice.wasinclosed in annthailtr to
the Editor ef the Louishns Gazette, in \%hicih the
writers say. We assure }on o)thit as soon as ourtt'
particular" avoeations LIa: pIcermit, ant exact rela-
tien- oftlie facts promised by -ussliall be put i[;;o
your liatids, it) order to remiovI, if- posihe, ihe
IlJaloi'sable inslt'essioi which they have reeivetld
who knows not time real trth ul' tli:jgs."

S: C.MiOL'IV'I. CttAiT.LSTro., oct 1.
Capt. HIt.LIAiD, from Iavaiuz, has furnish-
Sed numerous particulars of the ca.pt)'ure o f ie

Pirates, and the recapture of an American'
ship, and an English brig, by the U. S. brigi
Enterprize,-Lt. Corn. KEAuwzy. The pirates;
had the ship and brig in possession, when the1
Enterprize hove in sight, off Cape Antionio,/
Cuba; on which the pirates abandoned them,!
and fled from their own vessels, after setting
fira to one of them, which blew up. Capt
KEAUETzv immediately manned five boats, and'
pulled after the flying sea-robbers, and sue-'.
ceededl in making the captures above stated.'
Tihe brig Aristides. of Boston, (a fine, cop-,
pered vessell belonging to .E. Crtuft, Esq.)' was:
captured by thes pirates two days before, anda
run on shore by them.-Capt. K. ascertained
that the Aristides was from Liverpool, that'
her stern post and rudder had beech carried
away, and that sheahad fourfeet waterin her
hold. [Later accounts, we understand, ex-
press expectations that she will be got off.]
The British brig recaptured, is the Larch,
from St. Andrews, bound from Kingston to
Havana. The above success was anticipated
from the skill and perseverance of our naval'
officer; and if a vessel single handed hasl
been able at one sweep, to diminish the nutm-!
ber of pirates so considerably, we have con-.
fident expectation, that when the whole
squadron ordered on the service, are on their
stations, that the seas will'be swept-of thA
hell-houtd's who have so;.long infested-it, to
the disgrace of the nations who haye per-
mitted it.

Latest from England.
*,*LoxozoN advices to the 21st September'
have been received in New-York, and Gin-
IIATARA papers to the same date here. 7he
former have effectually dissipated the. bubble
wvhibh a former arrival had set afloat, and
which occasioned so much active speculation
in Bread Stuffs. We gladly learn, that many
Farmers were sufficiently sharp-sighted as to
see through it, and provident to sell' much
.of their surplus produce at the best prices in
good season. -aution should be used against
extremes; as it is not probable that flour.or
grain will speedily be so low as they were the
last sg:ison. ,
OzYThe papers contain nmny articles-
litil.y speculative and unofficial-on the af-
fairs of Spain, Russia and-Turkey,'and other
European ..States, a hasty condensation of
which will be found under thie foreign head.
Tile extracts Prom Gibraltar papers will en-
able the reader to correct many of the French
and Enl.l)h1, speculations on Spanish affairs.
Gen. 2i6'o's pretended plots were not whol-
ly developed; but it is known that lie had
been removed from his command in Arragon,
and had quietly- retired to his retreat in Cats-
lonia ; and on his way had published a pro-
clamation filled with declarations of his unal-
tered devotion to the existing Constitution."
'the Spanish King had again changed his Min-
isters,but hie appeared to have done it as easi-
'ly and as safely as to change his coat. It will
6e adtnitted, notwithstanding, that'the public
mintl in Madrid was greatly agitated; and
tnat tile onttaa Club 6f that city was its
clamorous and as influential, if not.as bloody,
asits pr.tus.\ lie of 1791, tile, Jacobin Club of
-Paris.. Wha't the result of thie proceedings of
such a body in a populous city will be, time
wtill tell.-Fhitherto, though hey have barked
much, they ,have only shown their teeth; and,
ic. mray be,tlmat their railings and motives have
been exaggerated and misrepresented-par-
icularly in Par-is. If it so be, that the Allied
Powers Yetsecretly intend to interfere inSpan-
ish affait's as-titcyj have done in those o f Na-
dles,'as not improbable that the acountsaofthe
distracted .state .of Spain are circulated by
their agents to prepare the publiemind for the
open interference anticipated, and to ipredis-
pose the friends of Peace throughout the
world to wish it success.,
'LlYthc disputes between Russia and Tur-
key were losig their interest.-Ilt probably
will shortly be found, that they have never
.been so important, as the newspapers have
represented them to have been. And that
they are something. like the following:-.
That the Turks, in order to suppress the
threatening Greek Insurrection in Moldavia
and 'V';llachii, were necessitated to violate
their Treaties with Russia ; and that Russia
was compelled to demand explanatiorts of
the,.-; infractions, while she strengthened her
Stoin it; hlie vicinity of those provinces effec-
tually to prevent their extention ;-That the
progress made by tlne Greeks, and their re-
ported excesses, created a great alarm in
Turkey, and that the reported massacre of
the Greeks and other Christians therein, was
the effect of this alarm ; and that tie Turk-
ish, government from weakless or fear, was
compelled to wink at them ,'-That these mas-
sAcres had greatly affected the People of
Itussit--heightened, by the unity of Relig-
ious Creeds ;-That the natural call of such a
warlike nation, would be for vengeance ;
antd that tife Rutssian Emperor, however desi-
rous to manaintain Peace, found it necessary
so far to listen t the call, as to enter into
energetic negotiations on the subject. That
explanations took place, when it was founrtd
that proceedings on all. sides had been exag-
getrated ; and that a war cotild be avoided.
It this state of things, as thle'Emperors ArLix-
AsnIta had solemnly disavowed any), objects
sof .domination, lie could demand nothing'minore
of Turkey, than the execution of the existing
treaties, and the usual indeninifications 'for
losses and excesses wrongfully sustained and
committed. These thie ''Turks wvre not so
mad as to refuse, well knowing that thl.t Em-
petror would not. deny to the Sublime Porte
the right which every independent nation
enjoys to punish its own citizens for acts of
rebellion and insurrection. Accommodation
would be Ilse natniral result. Ifit shouhl be
asked how'this hsypothesis accordns with the
large arm) Russia has embodiedt on tlteTurk-
ishi frontier ; it may be replied--that Russia
always negotiates with a strong arm ;-that
she can maintain her troops much cheaper
in her southern provinces ; and that if "she
lhas an ulterior object, tile Pruth will be her
best starting point. The Oelinionjsgains
strength that no war-will ensue between
Rttssia and Turkev.
.j'The affairs of tlse other Europeat na-
ti.ens were not interesting.

The store of a Mr. Edwvard Goodsvin, in
Philadelphia, was entered on Friday night
last, and dry goods, crockery ware, about
200 pair of shoes, and other articles taken
out. These r/holesale robbers appear to carry
on their tratle with less interruption than
petty villians tsed to in olden times;

On Saturday night there was ik highway
robbery ons Graigic's road, in Charlestown,
by two persons, who robbed a market' man.
On Sunday night, the store of Messrs. 11.
D9. Tucker & Co. in India-street, was broken
opes, the iron door, f the vault forced, and
an iron chest carried off, containing notes and

acceptance to the amount of nearly One Hun-
dredl Thousand dollars, certificates of United
Styles Bank, and Insurance Stoclks, Deben-.
tures, Polhicies of Insurance, &c. some foreign
money,.and about S300 in halves and quarters.
A rcwiat'd 6f g500 is offered fur the detection
of thie thieves, or S300 for the recovery of
tlhe property. At a late ho14r last evening no.

information of the thieves or property had InCharlestewn. Mary-.Annmiaged 14 months, daughter or' Sept.S0, lnet..53,on. 11, ship Belle STteege,, Russell, of
been obtained. 7&'.Thomas B. Wymn disi port, 14 days from Greenoek for N. Yosrk..
been obtained. In Dorchlester, Mr. Merrill Butler, aged 30. Funeral Oct. 22,lat.4,5.1. lr,. 57, aseb.stcering 'W. with a'vhite.
On Saturday night thne counting rooms of fromhis late residence. inDorehesterlon Friday afternosno- flakgnumbered, ntnder the ensign.
tePalladiumdayndPatrioth ounticesandroos'onat3ooo where friendssand relations. are requested to Sept. 9.,lot. a3tj, S. ,In 13, R. brig Naiad, Osgood, ofaSa-
the Palltdim and Patriot of4es, and on at d le, lasfromataviafor Sisragand' from Java,
Sunday night that of the Centittel were bo- In Lynn,,.r. NosbhHill, nged 34. Head for Anltwerp.
ken open, the desks forced, asnd the papers In Newbury. Mr. Heniamrn Perttnst o Miss Clesrisia .- "Sept. to, brig Nerents, Neal, f do. froom Mocha, (where
ru naged, but no othet' booty, than three or datns-Capt. hioseph L. t'hIurlo to'Miss Rath Russell .--Mr. iheleft iso A tes.) for Gibraltar, 70 days out.
rumaed, but no other booty, tha three or Joseph Hall to Miss Nancy Hickey. -
four dollars, was obtained. As thie thieves In Wcstborouth, 5r. .'Jhn Gregory. of Charleitown, to ArntHisvana27tli till. brisk Tropic, Stevens, PiortHnd;
s thsas strange enterprise mnust have labor- Miss Sally, daughter of tie late Hon. Elijah Brigham nof Meel nic, In n.ledo. ; Snrah AIan, Giraid, St. Jago ; seh.
ia this strange enterpeze .ust have labor- t Eagle, Knapp, 1. Londont b-.i Pomipiey, Husiey Hon-
ed hard and late, for very little reward, they In Stockbridge, Mres Elizabeth, relict of the Hon. John daras. The latter laid been robbed oFf Calpe Antonio. by
are advised to change their calling for some Bacon. ged g. te Pirates of' s.-c dollars in specie, dry goods, alisteve-
ll New SlemDr. ,tehn Lazell. Hewas fond dead, ly- ry article of' abihtsitriltntre, riggint' eloschisgprovisions.
honest one, is which labor anad diligence by in an open field about half a mile from s it house. te. and the officers and crew abiuset itina criuel miann'e'.
day light will not fail to obtain an honorable In Gospsrt'Virg. Lieut. Charles Lord of the U. S. marine g Uni, ys feoin Gottenhi' licotetSde wa psrt.
Sers, o native of Conneetic t. ed co. i th hliet. Fair slsratl "V.N.W1. 25 or 30 long.
remuneration. In c Augusta, Gee. TIMr. Edward Hawes, aged 42, a native A.atthe Sandwich Islands, Dee. 2s. ship Tarar, Tur- -
Monddy night the office of S. D.Ward, Esq. ofas ss ner, and bWig Lasear ,Hairri, ins 123 days from thisportall
was broken open, the trunks forced, and files In Cahawba, Mr. John G. Brooks, late of Petersham, Ms. well-alsi ar. sellch. Eagle. 153 from do. hilp Arab, Lewis,
aged a1 years. was at the Ie asls..Jaln.3 S1. Brig Cleopatra's large had
scattered about. A pocket-book, with pa- Inu St.Atigustine,E. Floridas, Mr. Rufus Haskin. ana- been sold to the King.
pers, w stolen, and a hammer left on the 6ie of thistown. the U.S. seh. Shoak sat Teneriffe Sept. 12, from N.
desk. From some gunpowder found an the i St. Augustine. R. W. Edes, Esq,tEdito' of the Flo'i- York, and sailed foa Afit'a.
desk. From some gunpowder found on the d Gazette-a ratlive of Bungor, Me. and grandson of Ship Frederick, of Portsmouth, from Bait. for Amster-
window stool, it is supposed the thieves hiad Beniamlin Edestlhe celebrated Whig Printer of the Bos- darmpasid tby back ofthe Gotodwin Sands, 19th.
,,,. ,1 t~nnRazette Sh^ip Mary+ Pnrrintvlon, ot'Barl, from James river, sr. at
arms, arid that they primed or loaded them t Gazette, arch onord sip Bramit, Cpt-Hunti, Lierpolr previous ,)f'Sept. 22. f siriver.at
Ast~lavann,lI.isrett 55,on~nn sil~-turCpt.1n Liverpool Iprevioust7 Setint. 22.
at the window by the light of the moon.- Mr.Joseph Burnham. aged 43.-On her.passage from St. Brig'Wvn. Howlanl,'Soathworth. of N. BRdford, which
They also entered, by a' false key, the office Petersburg to Boston, Oct. 10, Mr. JohnDogen, seaman, sailed from N.York Aug.!l, forGottenburg, ar. offtDaver
of S. B. Bar rell, Esq. a joining 1t maged 1 o 16-.7th. ship Alexeider, Dantel, of Portsmouth,
of S. B. Brrell, Esq. adjoining, imaged At Sea, Mr. Elbridge A. Healy. aged 26, of Salem.matei vlieh left the CaiesofVir,sameday.
the papers, overturned a desk, and stole a ofthe bri;g Alonzo. He was accilenalyknocked overboard The Pihenx, xofN. Bedford, a'. at-Gottenhnrg., Sept, 3-
gold Cornelian seel, stamped wit a Talbot's by the main Loom, and all attempts to save him proved in- Calisto, otlnis port, atBremen, St1--lttlih, ship A nd. Jack-
gold Corneltan seel, stamped with a Talbot's son, of Salem,61 days from the Balize. At'Aintwerp,13tb,
head, having the initials G. B. At stea, 26th Nov. last, Capt. Benjamin Haminatt, of tlis Friltndship. ofdo.
StownaAged35. TliheRluhicon, of Boston.ar. at SandhatrtAug. 19.
'Large .,oG.be.y. Two bags containing a- to d's it. Cut. C. H. Pagan, formerly A. G. of the 3rig Favorite.Hart. ofilfisport, from.,fames river, frr.
bout -a e o000 in doblo and owned ta ini Beigga l arv.-He wasi waoundLe in ithe capture ofSeringa- at Cowles Sept. 19. Left Capes Aug. 17. -
bout l2,000, in dotboonsta, of pattviwhiieh he never fully recovered. hle Mttiry, Pratt, for this port, sailed from Malaga about
this town and Providence, were stolen from W --- 1 56 days sister. .
i e'fi"jThe Alexander, of Portimouth irr. at Gravesend Sept.
the stefinboat Connecticut, in 'New-York, just Sil l PPIlNG TnOURNAL. 0--tBarqiie Mary. of Ne'ehurys'ort. 28 days from Bosto .
i before her departure foi New-Haven ; and for Amsi.danm, ar. f' Portssouth 6ith. "
e ... o Ship V~ietory, fromi. Live,'poolw,56 going into Halifax Stk
we regret to add, no trace has yetbeen dis- PO '' Of BOS'OA'r-lsi21. inst. a f
Covered of the thieves. S_4TURDAr, No'i. to-Arrived ships Galatea, Oxnard. Sel. Aristides. Nickels, of Brist. l, Me. has sailed from
Three stores were broken open on Thurs- from Calcutta, 18s. LeftSanil HeadsJilylS; i BramrinHew Beanida oar StS. 't'srhonas.
41a -night in Providence, and robbed of a itt. 87 days from Cronstadst, andt.71 from Haisneo"; ;News Arr. atr evenly, from tay .of St. Lawrenee sehs. Eliza.
Gaaylen Harris, Havana, 18 ; Deborah, Gray, Fayal, 27 ; beth tebeelah, Haslkell. wilih24,000 ; Dove. Perry, 24.000;
'.ihl er watehb, and some tipparel and money.' brigsElk, Wleelwright, Malaga.s52 ; Frances, Bindge.,St. Paragon, Smith, 0.o000; Halcyon, Woodtber-y, 20,000;,
Uhes. 38; Clio, Pickett, Cronstadt. and 62 from Elsineur ; BRsseltl, Young. 17,000; H-,ope. Morse- S3,00'0 ; s.ifl,',
-Sta iee,. On Monday night, 5th inst. ltomp, Tordai, St. Uhes, via Stllivals, Me.; Golden Age. ,'Woodltrry, 25.600; Athligil. LefAvnur, S5,000; Rc.,'-
Sta Pison. On Monday night, 5t in SotiworlI, New Orleans, 40, and 34 from InBlize; Pairi- Woodblierry. 17,000 Two sisters, Woodbcrry. 23.0co.
some eto victs in this Institution formed a ot, Wondherry. Cronstadl,75,an.d 67fromn Elsineur ; Atex- Arr.at GIoucesteeserscli Agenoria, Winiei,St.Barts,'20. .
snt es. Tn of them, in oe room, ander, Wats. Leith. 55; schs. Peacock, Harraden, Hasva. Arr'. at Bristal,lt. 1. loth inst. brig John Smith, Hill,
plan to escape. Ten of themn, 4; Cliarity, Moore. Fredeiclsburg; Midas, Bears. Havana 4 days.
succeeded opening their door, and gave N. Yorlt; CatlharineDonne, St. Peters, via Portland, bal- NEW YORK,Nov. 10.-Cl. sch. Fairptay. Kimbaill,All
information their success to the adjoining last; Gen. Jackson, Hallet. Baltimore ; sleeps Ritpid, Nick- Cayes ; slsopQ Mechanic, Hallett. Bostin ; Wiave, Harper,
irformas r he ir sep them ersoo dn.o. ;Orion, Godfrey, N. York; Two Brothers, 13a- Havana. Sailed Packet ship Albion, Williamsi. Liverpool;
rooms. They y d prepared themselves with ker, Providence ; Experiment, Haden.Naitocket. slip Londlon Packet, Chase, New Orleans; brig Monree,
knives, and mea to open the other rooms, Also brig Jessie, Ellis, Liverpool,49 ; new brig Serens, Eldridge, to.
in which hiad they ahsceeded about 60 would P cenoesot. S PHILADELPHIIA, Nov. 0--Aerived brigs Com..Pe'ry;
in which had they eeded about 0 would C red-ship Thomas Fowler. Chandler, Savnnnh ; 13artc!ay.'Cape Haytieni; Melits,Pastoriosst, Trinidad, Ci-
have been let loose bt they were detected berigs WavYe, Norton, Matn nilt Mostina ; Winm, t.Tames, ba,50.; Sarah Ann, Lombard, Port all Pt'ince30 ; aeam's
in te early part of e design, and their Green, New-Orleans; Washiiigton, Faisfield, Danvers.; Coulter, Hill, Havanan., 10; Hannahb, Lator; St. Thomas,
in the early part of the design, and their air, Atwool, Savnnnalh; sehrs. Allicor. Collins Wah- :19 sell. Antelope, Wharton, St. Jageo. Cl. sch. Unsdaunt:
daring plan was frustrated" ingion, N. C. ; Rambler ; sloops Hero, Robinson, tew ed. St. Thomas.
York; Lark, Osborn, do. BALTIWRF,,"'g9v. 8-Arrived IbriK Collector, Tit.
The Fr kl Gaee of the 10th contra- Nrrd)2 N.. 12-Arrived, brigs Orisit & N ancy' comtb. o'tnlatd;. selhs. Diamond, DriRhwater, St. An.
The Fra lin Gaztt of the 10Atwod, Malaga, 52; Planter, Lhniatnh,Matianzas,l-5;- Wm. drevs ; Gnstavus. (late Baseit, lost ov'erboaird) Savannahl.
diets the story of a new attempt having, been Penn, Brown, N. Orleans, 40,antdi 4 from Charleston ; D.e- NO-FOLK, Nov. 5-.trr;ved brigs Mexico. Stanwooilt,
made that morning to stop the mail, and that legate, ltsobbin,, Richmond ;Halsey, Small do. sells. Bosn, 7 : As rpalkr,. 5. In Hamilton Roads, ship
a man had been sliot by'the guard. Calehi Jnaques, Cabroxn,' as; Mary Spear, Pemry. Sich' 'T"b P!nnt. Baldwin, Liverpool, 44, hboind to City Pt.
mond; Intont, Collier, Fredericksburg; Leander IParker, Undernt Oill Point Comfort.sch..Alert. Wallace,of Barnsta-
Farmer, under sentence of death: in New- do.; Ice Plant, Bunker, Bialt.t; Numi, 1tioihon, do.; b:e, 13 day tiomfa Halifax for Alexaindria.
Hampshire, is reprieved to the53d January. Pilot. Cobb, Phila.; William. Johnson, do.; Tritoa,+Arey,'
do.; Rebecea.flate Joel Hohlen,ldead)t'tSr. -ai, N. Ocleais,. 'RO"XBUR'Yh'? A SSEMBlRLT.T'IES.

Franklin Cazette. Ar'c y'St.r'daY recc;%se]
a note from Rictans B fat"''sq.ul o' Plli-
delphia, informing Rn l"a -liitn e ElI;.
torofthe 'ankli/n Ga:les -Ad tli. hece.es-
ed to be on the 22d May hl3l,-\l'e, there.
.foSre, cheerfully transfer the remarks made
on the Conductor of that paper, to its new
editor whoever he may be ; and who, from
some late remarks, we are led to suspect is
some imported Patriot, who has. brouglat
with him prejudices andanimosities-the ut-
terance of which by an oppressed subject
against tin Oppressor, may be excusable ;
butt which are unbecoming the Citizen of an
Independent Stale against the Government
of a nation in peace and amity with the Unit-
ed States.
Extraordinary Preservationt.-Capt.Knight,
who has arnived-at Philadelphia from Leg-
horn, fell in with the wreck of the ship Sea-
Fox, on thIe 30thi October, 57 miles from
Sandy Hook ; and on sending a boat to ex-
amine her, the officer conceived he heard
*human voices.- He immediately returned
to the ship, procured axes, boarded the
wreck, cut open the deck, and relieved
four hunnan beings from the horrors of a most
awful death. Their names are Bradford Mo-
'rey, Willianm Woodbtl'y, Jacob Smith, and
William Mitchell. The citizens of New-York
have made a subscription for 'the purpose of
piescnting to Capt. Knight,' his mate, and
crew, a testimonial ofthis act ,tof their atten-
tion to thie calls of humanity; and the citi-
zens of Philadelphia have made provision for
tihe rescued ss officers.

Commodore BAInsTRnDr.; hbas been appointed to
Eie command of the Naval Station, including the
Navy Yard,it Philadelphia.

PENSYLVANSIA.-Rel)presentatives to 17th
Congress-Hon. Jow FI'eINDLAY, and T'notAS
Muenay, jutt,

Mr. COOPER is to appear This Evening in the
po;)u!itr NEN TnAwAr..DY o' MIMIRANnoLA. The
character, tee understand, is aLtnirably adapted to
his powers anlI the.play itself muchtel superior to
thIe generality of tnodetsl tragedies.

The, Insstisition."-A play utinder this title
has recently been exhibited at the theatre in
Havana, night after night, wherein the hior-
rors of that tribunal are displayed tolthe peo-
ple, creating in the audience the most lively
sensations; and sentiments are heard on the
stage in that place worthy of Protestants, and
such as a few years since would have cost a
mas his life. These are symptoms of the de-
struction of that bloody engine ; but it is to
be feared that its overthrow may also be the
cause of scenes of violence and bloodshed.

The farm house of Governor SKisErEn, of
Vermont, at Mancheste", was destroyed by
fire, the 5th mnSt. loss S3000.

To Correse'ond&ejts. A time lihas not yet
been appointed for the choice of a Register
of Deeds, in Midtldlesex ; we therefore de-
cline publishing nominations, until it is.-All
shall have a fai' chance.
Several articles in type, are deferred until

In this tawn,on, Tl. .1.. c...',;t. i, bytFe Rev'. Mr.
Wisner, Mr.Cyris .i.. ,iu:.h,.. *. 1.1 .intley.--
3y the tRev, air. Sharp, Mr. Peter Steplienson to Mibs Lucy
On Friday evening last. by Rev. Mi. Eaton, Mr. IHIenry
Hilrwood to Mrs. E.izi :a-wotstd.
On Wednesday evening inst,a' y ev. Mr. Detan, Mr. Silas
W. bawlin to Miss Sarah It. ltanssdell, botli of noslon.
On Sundayv evening. Sty tie ]tei.. Mr. I.,vell, M r. Moses
Warren, tn Miss Gr:;.e Mtyntaincl.--ny inlie tev. Mr. Pal-
frey, Mtr. Jalmes Colburn to .Isil Mary Shlt'itton.-- thie
Rev. M r.Willy, in'r.Samstsl Obiirn to Mt.es. Itebeca nn'wies.
-By lshe Itev. Dr. Baihhtin Mtr. 'l.nlehi 5.. Coluo d tio Mis
cboiahli Kiilst.-I-By Ie Rev. Mr. Plerpont. )Ir. llarck
Wi iamls to" Mis Clarissa Pertkins.
In Caibr'idgeport. on lotitdtty evening, by the liev. Dr.
ialdhhin Capt. Rlowland Bangs to nMiss Louisa Tillcy,
daughter ofl'Mr.John 'Tily, bahiinl ilot
SIn Roxbury, n)s Thursday seveninir last, by te liRe. Dr.
Porter, Mr. E.zra D. Morse tuo Mis Rttl-mci Tho'lts.
In Sartm, on Sinday evenin.hg, hv tihe ttev. Mit. Flint, Canpt. "
Sattiurl Cook, o'oBustot.io Mit S It,,et a lbiecket.o 'S.
In Beverly, Vit];ian Thornitlt, Esq. of ath,i Me. to
Stiss Nalley Slentt'ns.
InWsiltington, City. 'Thoioas tsMarshall, Esq. of Wash-
ingAil, Kell.to MissJuliaiit Wheteroft.
It this town, on Sastldlay last, tMr. Jsepli Calender, en-
graver, aged 71.-Hentry Patridgce, son of' the late Mt,.
Henry P.of tlhnisown.-- Miss Esther S. Allen, diiughter
of Capt. Solomon A. of Gloucester. aged 21.-- Master
Henry Staion.,-Ton|egtsot, of l'tr. Georgee nIsilete,aged 3.
On Sunday, Miss Mary Anni llrighliaanidatigler of Capt.
John ,.,iged 27. Funeral tilnsafternonoi ats.oelocek. fior
thle residence of Cat Wsinslowv Lewis. Boylslon-stelrt,
- wieree thetrelations ald friends if' the deceasd, sire invit-
ed to .tesil.-Winlhrop Sargent, only son of Mr. Will
thirop G. Babbit, aged 3 years.
Master DanielLewis, eldest son of Mr. Daniel L. Gibhens
aged 9.
On Monday morning, Mr. Benjarain West, sagrd 69 years.
Fusnetanl froti Is laein residence. West.Row, Cort-streett,
this alfternoosi. at 3 o'clokt.-Friends and relations are in-
vited to attend.
On Friday evening last, Mrs. Miary, widow oflthe late Mr.
Elijah Carltmlon, aged 38.
On Alonday lsii, Mr. John attyward, aged 34. Funeral
from his late residence i Butailf.street this afternoon at 3
O, Tuesday, Mrs. Elizi. wife of Samn. Green,jon. aged
34. Funeral on Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from
his dwelliug-hou e, in Seeud.3atrtcc(. Friendaud rela-
tions are invited to attend,

36, .and 34 from Belize Trade-, Cobbt Frederersbum-g ;
Pilgrim, Soule ; sloops Rapid, h M reler, N, Y,; Mary
Ann, Orum, Petersburg; James. Flower. Middlhetown ;
Emily, Peckham. and Pomona, Alkin, Nrew-Beibrd
C/lered--Schrs Exertion, Lincoln, jsun. Trinidad ; Oela-
ware, House, Philadelphia ; St. Croix, Brooks, Easitport
iJulio, Bristol, Me. ; Mrgarae, Bath; sloops America,
Portland ; Packet Newburypeart.
TUESDAT, 'Nov. 1.--Arrived brig Joseph, Hill, 82 days
from Genoa. Spoke Ot. s20, I'. 44, Imon. 50, sell Ytrico,
Pitman, with 13,000 fish; she hrid spoke the following. 6th
Ocr, selh. --, Thoq. Sinow, 10500; s eh.--, Samn. Sinov,
5000 ; sch. --, S. Tihomipson, 60s0 ;-tO0th, sell. --, N.
Stone, 3500 ; sch. -- W.Knight, 10500 ;-l2ths, seh. -,
R. Chinna.6500;--2otbih, slch. --. John Brown, 10,n00 ;-
6th Nov. lit. 43. Ion. 6-1, seh. Swan, Foster, from Gutiof
Catso for Beverly.
Also ar. brig William, Cox, of Marblehead. Sumntra via
Also llr. sll. 'Mary & Eliza, Lufkin. 5 2sinys from Suri-
nam,,. Left 0th Oct. ships Charles, Presson, Boston, lond-
ing ; Neutral,,. r- *i, ..,i',"'.- ti. brig Sarah A ins,
Li'hby, do. ; p ... t,' I .. .... -. Elwell, Glouces-
ter, lnading ; Eizia. Miller disc.; Rolla, Girdtor, Mar-
hlelhead, loading ; Thomas, Ro, waiting care'. Spoke
llth goint in brig Hiramt 42 d:.ys from Prtvidene,'-Ist
insr. tat. 34, 50, Ion. 70, shlip Edward, 6 day>fr'om New
Yorkvfor New Orleans.
Cl oared-Shlp London Packet, T'racy, London, by Misn-
son & Barnardl ; brig Chance. Linzee, India, by R. Ro-
berts; sells. Ruby. Stone, Pinitaul Prince, by trisbv & Va.
lentine; Pilgrim, Soule, St. Jolhn, N. B. byUici( & Tax-
tcer; Jet, Haileh, Costine; Alltco, e, Bailey. Munrfroeshoro';
Reaper, Pereival, Baltiamnte; sloops Lydia, Towne, Ss-
lem ; Rnterpiire, Hussey, Nantucket; Clipper, Nicker
son, New York ; Maihe, Lowell, Portland.
The U. S. brig Enterprize, Lieut. Kenrney, are. at Ita-
"ana s2t, uit.-A French ing, an Americi, i sell. retaken
f'r.i lli.-: 1mpi in. 'i,1 n ihrc c1' .lie piratical vessels arrived
..l Fh ,Iia U., ,I >; I-Ji-..l.e
It icTii,'l.,- ; p-t..'l I.- i-ra.frc off Cape Antonio.
and csl- .I i i,, I I.. h "i '-i t i'.,t- in- n-iiil' tins tiown, anil
in; ci-n ,miiclidel bi ..i r J-..c .i Coitthon'. She Awt a
InFrgeiil i ;.,. ic- I. hi, t1 .t voyage, aad roip>ertd t6
0,. b, ,., l ,i I.
*:.i-, it, .. i ,.- r. C,- l. .. of this port, which sailed
from Havana Oct. 13, for Alexslndria, has been'as Cns inway
on thecoastof Flotrida. "
"Srh.Reserve, Greely, hetse fbr Elizabrtth City. wat cast
anway. 12 miles N. tf Selienuxtentt rle on trie nittht ot Ort.
12, Adid went entirely to p;eees--carro dry goois/, groceries,
Src. partly saved, and sold on the health.
S'iThe Cosmopolite. of Charlhstioo wrckeid ln ite f'lornida
coast, wqs plundtterd 0' twao ,vahtaile pinta' f,'rts, by, the
sch.-rigged boat Fortuna, Wilev, on a tcnaize fr'o MMarga.
Sell. --, Maitirshiall. from Lubec for this portS went ashore
in Owl's.Iead hliarbor tst inst. and bilgedt. Most ofl' hier
crtae of plaster savetl.
Capt. Drummond, of ship lScipio, n.arr. at Norfolk. has
given notice tliat he fell in with the h bll of'trit' Spartaj,
of Doxbury, ansd took from her cabin a box of charts, anit
that they can be obtained oni apptlicutimn to capt. Ricihaird
Dirintnsond, Norfi:k. with whiom they arc depositid.
Putrt of fit steemn of a vessel ectin oTmu hontre onn te eacht
near Chnhtaihm the4th ist, wiNilh Vicrtoiy of Eliin" oil it,
supposed to have been a vessel (it 120 tonIs burden.
At Matanzas 27th ult. cthe Washingiton, from Boston,
At Gutteibuirg 13th Sept. Mary & Eliza, for Bostonn S or
10 (19,y 9.;
At St. :arts, about 20th ult. brig SaIly', Burker, fit los
tot few dalys ; sell. --, ,Lanisn,. sailed ifor Curracoo 3
days p reS'ioUs.
At Matiaga, Sept. 18, Monitor Whitten, ef Keninebunk,
in qcar.'; Eliza, Berry.ajist e.tmmen'ed to load.
A At Mayagues, P. R.90thi ult. brig Beliarious. Credliford.
of'Kennebunk, disc.; sel. New Packet. Bailey, (,f Newhu-
ryport, tine.
At Cronstadt, Aug. 27, the "WVm. for Beverly, supposed
to have sailed sami e day o0' the next.
At Liverpiol. Sept. 21, Julto, of Boston, in dock.
Atn H ivana, Oct.'27, the Argo. of Porilandldish. ; n brig
- from do.ar. evening before ; ship rising E tpire, Wlihei-
wright, taking it..
At Havsanan, Oct. 2.1, George, or Portland, nearly loaded.
wilh the rc-rgo, of bthtg Success oni board ; Atlas,of Ken.
netumnk, ouniderstod the e.tr. was getting i-etter.
At Gibraltar, Sept 25, Candlce, ot' Ioston ; Brilliant, of
do. waiting orders ; brigs .n, idie'g ; so!s. Dills-r. it q.;
Harriet, not coin. ito dis. jiulphin, liirgest. finn' do. fnv
days. Brig Adriina Ilbad saitk-d. 'flie Harriet, uRogers, atr.
in 31 dSys li'om this ptr.
At Trintidid, Oct. 20. Sarnh Maria-and Galaxy, for this
port, itn all November; Ti:itts.do. 2 days.
A t Batasvia, (left. by brig Naiad, Osggosd.) tie following'
waiting gov'rnilnent sales :-Halnilton, of Portimoilth,
PactohsI, aad Cly, Boston ; Mary Ann, Malabar, asnd Co.
romandel, if Salem. At Ssiamarang. Bengal, obf Salem, in
5; Ganrges. oi Marblehend, ine.; Hindoou, nBoston, do.;
T ;' .... P l i .-..lit i. inig Jnva,. of do. for Eu.
-. *i .... ...' ... hTslly 14 ; atid shilp errinack.
for J do. 20ih.-Brig Et iel, Dourlass. left Hatavii July 21,
for U. S.; and shiip Mswienger, of' Salem. fi or Europe. lfi'
Aiia.r 30tlh do. Brig Hom,,r.of Salem, for Eirope, sailed
finomn Angier A cg. 1.-Ships Cordelia nnd A:ert, of' Boston,
for Cantol.t sailei i, IJuly.
Ship Brilliamantr aitd 'g Adeline, were waiting sates of
themi' eargoes at Gibraltar Sept. 1-4.
Brig Bosion. K.noiles, fur this port, 14, was the only
Am. nt Faya eOct. 14.
At St. Bans2O9 days sinci. Sally Barker. for thii, port,
few days y ; Edward. Slch. Union sailed 3 days bhefure 'or
Cutraie ta.
At Mlataizas, Oct. 28. Potomnic, noston, S; sehs. ILittle
Win. Noyes, do.idoi. ; sloop M. 'aeket, of Satne, 45 femn
ait. do ; sellch. Factor, of Poritlntd, wis going in.
Btrigt Rtthy, Lindsay, of'thi- port, was int qiir. at Bilboa
Sept. .S.
Nov. 2, lat. 3S, 39,1on. 72, ship Florida,S days f.'am New-
Iit Ion..58, brig Ann, Rosietis,0569 days from Stocliholn
for Boston.
Nov, lat. 3t, los. 72, 30, ich. Lilly, of Hlingham, 3 days
Oct. 16. lat. -13, on. 52.b rig Oaik.hIncr. for Rotterdam.
Oct. 5, int the Gu-fof Mexicu, U. S sech. Porpoise, on a
Sept. 14. nff' Gibraltar, brig Essex. 145 diys from Bata-
via for TI.eghorn.
Oct. 31.15 tsn. K. of IHatteras T.ight.shit> Herald, hence.
iNov. 3, o n' C;spt Henry, seh. Gistavums. (late Basse-t, who
Wts lost Overbhoard, (Oc, 31, oiCl"Cape Hatteras) of Dtxbi-
ry. standing in for ithe Capes, rom Savannah, wliti only
two men ainld tboy it board.
Nov. 0. off' the Delhiwnre, scl. Hope Return,9 days from
St. Mary's for 'ortsms'th.
Oct. 18, lat. 40. Ion. 62, brig Abigail. 8 days from Alex-
25 miunie from Cape May, selh. Primrose, hence for Phi-
NonV. 6, son George's Banl sell. Triumph, from Bathl for
"WV. Indies.
Oct. Iat. 40, 27, lIon. 53, brig Wm. Gray, hence, for
Oct. 27. lat. 40. 42, lio. 59, brig- Pinbhrole hence.
March'e 10, lIt. 40, S. Ion. 24, E. brig Washington, hence,
. for Stninilra.
Oct. 31, sell,. Hazard. Sylvester, of Plymouth.
Nov. 6, Primrose. t'urner, of l lymonuth.
Oct. 30, .it. .', Iot. 61, ship Chsampion, hence.
Sell. 2, lat. 46, loln. 39, the Edw. Foster,of tlhii port fr.
Oct. 27, lat.27, Ion. 78, brig Concord, hIence for New Or.
Nov. 6.off G. Egg isarhour, sch. Sally, of Danvers. from
Oct. 1, lat.38.30. lu 15. 8 brig Alexsader,'rfMarblchad,
bca, fyr I'se t 's

J.V"'0_ "T* I,1J1 JL 1Z)lf ^.NN1VJLL JU -^J k.
lHE first Assembly will be field inWashing-
ton Hotel, THIS EVENING, 1l4th
inst. Dancing to commence at'7 o'clock precisely.
Subscribers will obtain Tickets of Mr. John Dog-
gett, or Mr. John Lemnist, Roxbltwr-street.
(CfThe time of holding the first Assembly is
changed from Thursday, on account of Music.
F G. GARY las removed fit rM'attleborpough,
.. Vt.to the City of New York, anil has left Al
stsitsv-andl demandslthiat remained in hisis hands, un-
settled with JONA. HUNT, Jun. Esq. of Brattle-
borough. nov 14
New Thanksgiving Anthem.
J UST from the press, and tor sale by JAMES
LOIING, i,t his iBookstore, No. 2, Corihill,
A New and Original ANTHEM, designed itr
Thanksgiving, price 12cetis single, and 120'cents
per dozen.
.,LSO-A variety ofAndiems for Thanksgiving
anid other occasions, at various prices, end a gene-
ral assortment of.,iusic for singing choirs.
The intlh edition of BRIDGE WATER COL-
LE CTION T ov 14

It. S'TIMSON respectfully informs the ladies
a nd geutlemten of Hoston anid Roxtbnry, thaEf
tim exhihidlio onfb is Scholars, will take .plabce. oi '
'TUI.S1)..Y E VENING, '2,OLh ins.tant, sit Wah-
itgt o in Hotel Mr. S. assures those who ptrclhase
tickets that they will have a good opportunity for'
Dancing. after the Exhibitiotn "n over. He flatters..
himoell that the pIrfnormanee ofhis Scholars, and
the Itll, will be plensingand nmet the approbation,
of ta!l wlto may h'inor him waili their attendance.
Tickets oft''dmittance l each, may be had of
Mr. IHobts. keeper of >it" li(tel ; atN. S. & J.
Simlpkins' Bonkstore, 76, Court-street; or of Mr.
Stimtson, t11, Nortb Allen-street.
Pe rtbormanec to corsitmene at 6 o'clock.
nov 1
S 9 R. SMITH 'especitiully forms the citizens
of Boston, thit by the particular request of
some tf tie most respectable inhabitants, his
SchoolI fir' teliching tle new system of Runting
hand, will continue till the 20th of December,
and no longer, the utility itid advantage of ihich
is too well known to need comment ; stuffice it to
say, that persons who liad never writer, before,
have, in foturteen Lessons, acquired flair business,
or epistolary hands ; and those whose hands were
of the most indifferent kind, in seven lessons.-
Speeimens of whose improvement miay be seen at
the W'rititing Rooms, No. 5, Cornilhill, entrance in
Wvaler-trteet. Ladies and Gentlemen write in
separate apartments, and scan attend at any hour
siting their convenience, from 9 in tlbe corning
till 9 in the evening. All who make immediate
application, will have the privilege of attending as
Inuch as they please during my stay, attd two dol-
lars, which is paid at entrance, is all that will be
Those whilo ish it, may le.rn tie Secretanry and
Italia Hands also, which is fiashionasble fo :' young
Ladies. S. SMITIH.
nov 14
T IltE subscriber' annou'nces to tihe public, that
hio tow octcupies that elegant and very coni'-.
modious brick house, belonging to loseph Bartlett,
Esq. Situated within a few trols ot the New Court
1ltonse,in) this town. It is extremely well calbulat-
ed for a public house ; antd it shall be the constant
en ieatv'or of tile sisseriber to bestow selch atten-
tion, that strangers tand travellers maty at all times
find that accuntisnodotton which canttot fail to be
satisiactory._ \'ILLLIAM IBARTLE'ITT.
Plynmo7it, JVeo',. .7T, 1821.
Esse'x, ss. At a Cour't of Probate,
ilhlden at Ipswich, in and for said county, on the
first '1 uestihy in November, A. D. 18-21.
"UDJLEY PORTER, who is named executor
S in a certato instruinent tripor'ting to be the
last wi'l and testament of Sattntcl Porter, late of
Hamilton, its aid county, gentleman, deceseod,
having presented tlhe same for probate :-Ordtered,
thattlie lirstTucsdaty i:, lreeinbcr next,deven fl'the
clnck before noon, be assigned as the time for con-
sidering said ittstrulictlit, as a Court of Probate then
to lie holilen at Ipblwich, in said cttttinty ; a:ntd that
said Dtdley 'Porter, give notice to :atli persons itn-
teres.ed, by causing an attested copy of this order
to hIe pthlished three weeks successively in the
Columbian 'enttsel, printed i n Boston, before said,
time that they tny be present atd object if they see-
calsec to such probate.
I). A. WHITE, J. of Probate.
A true copy of record, Attest,
NATIl. LORID, Jr. ,egiister.
OXIE _l.1ISiSL. G,
S l'RAY'IEI) ,rsltoltot, i onday evening last,
froni the Yard of Mcssrs.\Vhli6eler, Gay &( Co.
in Cambridlgeport, a pair of light bridle Cattle,
about G yeat s old, high and lItanilsomue horns, and
eirti .g about 6 feet 5 'inches. Whoever will give
information of tlhe above OXEN to Messrs. When-
let, Gay, A& Co. so that they may beT'recovered
shall be suitable rewardedl. nov 14
Vinegar, Cider, 1ish, Old Cheese, etc.
5 l'PI'ES real Cider Vinegar; 7 pies d,,
28 Wine do.
15 quintals Old Dunn Fish,
i4 6iu C;heess, from the Bowdoin Dairy
I11 pipcs Old Cider,
'23 groce superior bottled Cider,
15 dti. do. dto. Porter.
.ilso-a general assortment of Wines, Liquors,
Oils. Densijohlns, tuncWe \Vare, &c.-Ior sale by
DAVID Bl'MAN, Coiig'es-strt'eet,oppo0aite to tie
U.. ,5. _'invoh BlUnk. ,istt set S.

For Havana,
The staunclh ship MINERVA, J.'
B. Lincoln, master, will sail on the
10th of November. For Ifreight or passage, hav-
ilsg good accommodations, apply to the master oni
board, at Lewis'-wharf, t. F& E. LINCOLN, No.
40, Long-whartl or THOMAS THAXTEIt,
State-street. 5snis act St
For Calcutta.
The fast sailing bri' FLORIDA, S.
Qunince ,master,cepper astenedl aud cop-
pered to the Iaeuds, inti. Rollins, super-
cargo, wilH sail 'fbr Calcsta, on 15th Dice.
oan d ill tak fi'reight of Specie or Mler-
chandize, on reasonable terms. Apply to T. Ii.
or to the superesrgo. tf nov 14

For Vice or any port in the Mediter-
The' sch'r MA RY, I;. IIullen, m-s-
terS, 84 tons, nearly a new and tirst rate
/ vesselwill talkie FFreight for Nice,or :iy
l port in Ite snoulth l of Europe. Apply ts3
LP.M. "POPE, :nil TlIOS. T.HAX-
TER, rl'r IKII';R k 1HO)DGfS. epistf -'oct 24

SAVEI received,bvy thev ship Athls,: further
supply of CROCKERY WARE. nuov 14
Copartnershdip Formed,
W- ILLIAM BARRY would inform Iis friends
and the public, that he has associated him-
self in business with EnwARn CRI:ORE and BEiN-
3tAMi' "8I'rI.lPsos, Jni. and.that the business will in
future be conducted under the firm of .
who offer the sale, at No. 1, Old- State Hlouse--a
c-omplete assortment of lats andi Bonnets, lHat and
JBonuct Trinsinnai.s, Fur's, Iulh.1ilo Robts, -e. Se.
Beostan, "29th October, 1821.
NOTICE.-All personas indebted to WItLAstm
BAnir, by outstanding accounts or notes are re-
quested to pay tile same; and ull pelrsms having
demands against him will please forward them for
settlement. 2.is nov 10

Tt JVo. 10, KIL/1Y-S''1RE''kT,
.1 AVE received by the 'Parthian 4 nacnkares of
Goods which with what they have on hand, receiv-
ed by former recent arrrivials, comprises a hand-
slome assortment of English, Scotch and Irish
Goods, consisting of '
Black, blue, brown and olive superline York-
shire Cloths ; -black and blue west country tli.
Black, blue aoi drah do. ; do. CassimnereRs
Blue and drab Plains,
G.'een, red and olive Bcekings,
Black, mazarine blue, and assorted colours Bom-
brzeencs ; Rhodes's Bonmbazetts,
Swan, Down and Vale.ItiIa Vestings,
Camblets for Cloaks,
Navv blue and fancy Prints,
9-8 C.umnbrit do.
4-4 and 0-4 white Cam.bries,
Imitation do.
Mull, Jaconet and Lawn Muslis, .
Book, imitation India, plain Leno, and as exten-
sive assortment of fancy Mfuslins,
Cotton Flag, blue checked and printed, japan-
ned, spotted and Checked Hldk[-.
Linen Tablecloths ; 7-8 Colerain Linens,
Black Linen; Patent colourled Thread,
Ribbons rapses, ke. Se. eptf 3riiis nrov 7

UST received, and for sale by B. & .1. I.
T PiAY, Nos. 1I and 14., Market-sltret-an
great variety of elegant QUEEN'S CLOT IS and
PELISSE do. cossisfing of Navv, M:izarecn,
Prussian, and Skr'v Iiu, Dratb, Pearl, Lavender,
Marootn, Garn'el,'Claret, and other colors.
.Also, Broadcloths, Hunter's Cloths and Cassi-
n -rea Navy'.Bl'ue, Oliv'e, Drab, and various fash-
inhable mixtures' Vestings. &c. -Sspis oct 13
,Ao. 7. MARLB Ole 01'-S"'TRPF l,
-Ht..AS received bv the recent arrival' *;':an l'lairc,
B_ his eompletefall supply of FRENCH PA-
PER HANGINGS, consisting tof assorted eases,
containing tiom 400 to 600 rolls cheap PAPERS,
for the country trade.
.Also-a-lar'e assortment of thi latest and most
elegist PARIS PAPERS, figured and plain, with
richl gilt and running borders, 1oc. S e.
oct 210 Gis

European, India and A&nerican Goods.
T -EEPS constantly for sale, a good assortment
.' of European, India and American PIECE
GOODS, by retail, at his shop No. 92, Court-street,
opposite Old Court House. Prices reasonable.
nov 10 islwtf

Middlesex, ss. To te heheirs -at law
an'd all others intere4ed in the estate of Jeremi-
'al Crosby, late of 1Billerica, in the said county,
gentleman, deceased, G'EELTING.
'WX7 HEREAS a certain instrument, purporting.
VY to be the last will and testament of said de-
ceased, has been presentedL for probate to the
J udge of Probate ofsaid county, by Jeremiah Cros-
by, the executor therein named.
You are here .notified to a, peas" at a Court of
Probate, to be holden at Canmbridge, in and
for said county, on the first Tuesday of Decemlter
next, to show e use, ifany you have, against the
Probate o' the same.
Witness.Sam'l P. P. Fay, Judge of Probate, at
Cambridge, this thirteenthi dav of November, A.
D.182'. .ISAAC FISKE, Register.
OTICE is hereby given, that the,
i' subscribers hive been duly appointed admin-
trators to the estate of
late of Bridgewater,in the county of Plymouth,gen-
tleman, deceased, estate, and have tnken upon
thiemselve. that trust by giving bonds as theslaw di-
rects. All persons having demands upon the estate
ofthe said deceased, are required to exhibit the
same; and all persons indebted to said estate, are
culled upon to make payment to
.1ridgew'ater, A1 v. 12, 1821.
jNOTICE is hereby given, that the
.l subscriber has been dihly appointed adminis-
trator of the goods and-estaic' of
late of Chelsea, in the county of Suffolk, yeoman,
deceased, and hsstaken uptnh'smselt' that trust by
giving bonds .as the law directs. All persons hav-
ing demands upon the estate of said Ccaltb Rowel,
are required to exhibit the same ; and a'l persons
indebted to the said estate sre called upon to make
payment to DANIEL i'l \, ,.?ft.'. .
Quincy, 'voe. 1-2,1821. .::<,
NOTICE is hereby given that the
subscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
trator of the estate of
lnabholder, deceased, a il has taken upon himself
that-trust by giving bonds as thh law directs. All
persons having demands upon the estate of the
said deceased, arv required to exhibit the same;
and all persons indebted to the said estate are cal-
led upon to make payment toi
WM. H. BROWN, Ad,,:'r.
Brookline, .oV-. 6, 1821.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the
Ssubscriber h:is been duly appointed Executor
to the last will andi testament of
late of Charlestown, in llie county of Middlesex,
victualler,dcueased,testate, and has takmn upon him-
selt that tru-t by giving bonds as the law directa.-
.All persons hbavitg demands upon the estate of said
deceased, are required to exhibit the same ; aind al
persons indebted to the said estate, are culled upone
to make payment to .
Chsrlcst'op, l' ovemtber' 13, 1521.

F At VosA I and 3, Mlrkct-street,
7-4, 8-4 and 9-4,'WHITNEY BLANKETS. a
superior article. Im nov 14
ADE and sold by JOHN EDMANlDS,
Charlestown. Alass. near the New Market
House in the square. Sold also by JOHN MAY,
Np. 66. Ann-street, Roston. tf onv 14

CARLET CASSIMERES for Childrer,'s wear
-just received by HORACE DRAPER, No.
59, Market-street. nov 1+

Fresh Grapes, Bunch Raisins, Sweet
Oranges, SFc.
No. 1, SlfJtL3ER-STREET'1
H AS for sale-jars Grapes ; boxes Bunch Rais-
S ins ; -4s00 very sweet Oranies.
Also-a general assortment of first quality GRO.
CERIES, at low prices.
Likewise, just received-6 bbls. superior old
Columbia Whiskey ; 20 cases excellent Medoc
Claret Wine; 100 doz. bottled Cider,
Also-6 casks White \Vine Vinegar, per brig
Florida, from France, said to be 7 years old.-
Goods sent to any part of (lie town f'ee of expense.
nov 10 3is

Hats, Ladies' Beaver Bonnets, Plumes,
JOHN M. PECK has for sale, at the Boston
h and New-York Hat Store, a full assortmnet of
the foibllowiug Goods.
Gentlemen's best P oston and New-Yotsk super-
fiou' Beaver lIats ; Geitlemen's line anti common.s
Ca-itor iHuts ; (to. best imitation Beavers do.;
Youth's and Children's Hats, of all'de~eriptions.
Ladies' back, drab and brown Beaver Ilonnets,
nlew pattern and richly trimmed ; Misses' black,
thdrab and brown do.; Children's f'aney iHats and
-Two cases containing black, drab and white real
Ostric;sh Plumes, cf all size., a part of which are a
new pi:ttern tind very elegant, intended for lvlvet
lioniets. Ladies' 1teaver B3onitss altered, trim-
moed, tie Plumes culled, i 'c. ke. it short notice.
-20 doz. Gentlemtni and Youth's Pur Caps.
Beaver, IMuskriat, Russia H:are, Coney Wool,
and Nutra Skins ; blue Skivers, ePtongs, Hat
Buck'les, Bandingand Galloons. Also-Irishi Glue,
of the first quality, etc. etc.
The above Grdnts are offered wholesale and re-
tail at a small advance for cash only.
oct 24 epistf

i OHN KUHN, Tailor, No. 13, State street, re-
': spectfuly inf'urms his ostLO mner s asd friends,
thtt lie is nowrIeceivingt his Fall supply of new and
elegant Gopds, adlipteld to the season, fbr Gentle-
met?'s wearing apparel, consisting of superfine back,
blue, milled drab, brown, green, olive, and a good
assortment of modern mixed Broadcloths, Cassi-
meres, Vestings, e. of foreign manuaithiure.
.Also-a few pieces lirstquality American Cloths
and Cassinmeres-Sii. striped Seotdui Plaids.
Water proof Camblet -tiind real Scotch Plaid .
Cloaks, of the most fashionable colors and figures,
are ihlfered for sale as above. Purchasers are inv i-
ed (o call. 6is sept 25

T ILE Coiprtilsermhip heretofore existing under
"ihe hi-nm of
is by ruttual consent this day dissolved. All indebt-
ed'are requested Co make immediate payment, mnid
all 'tn'..- demands to present hem for adjustment
to J-.i i'. -_:AlrtTF!t who is duly authorized to settle
all business of said firm.
HiAltVK. Y -LOVEl.INl( --
Boston, Sept. 5, 1821.

Respectf'iily infbrms his friends aitd the puhlie
tuat he hls removed to Chambers No. 9, Market-
row, frontinIg Cornhlill, where lie will contiirse to
receive cnnsignments of American Manul'iactires,
itnd make a',lv'ancements as heretofore. While
tendering his sincere thanks fbr past patrouage hlie
solicits its continuance.
J. C. hlas for sale an extensive assortment of
Ameriian Manuflactured Goods at lair prices.
sept 8 3spisistf

SPACKAGES No. 3 1-2, 4,4 1-2 and 5, Bundle
Pins ; J case Ostrich, Vultuie and ]'own
Plumes; I do. Merino Shawls--just received and
Sfor sale y F. &- N. G. CARNES, No. 3, Len-
dell's-lafie. 3is sept 22
9500 REWARD.
HLE Store (f the subscribers was entered on
Sauturlay or Sunday night last, the door of
thie vault fit ecid, and r.T Iron Chest carried off,
in which was a hair Trunk, containing Notes, Ac-
ceptances. Certificates of U.S Bank and Ins ir-
ancoe Stocks, Policies of Insurance, Debentures, &c.
some Foreign Money, and a bag countining about
,'.' in halves snd quarters.
I .... trunk coutained'several Certificates, viz :-
Of 3 and 6 per cent. Stock o l Shares in thle State
Bank ; Fire & Marine sand Boston i klrine Insure-
ance Compauy Stock-the following Notes and Ac-
esltalleeCS, Viz :--
Jeremiahl PeaIbo'y's note to I. T. d& Co.
$73 60, on demand
Holder Tallman do 20 do
Geo.M. Brewer (do 100 do
Oliver Keating do 279 79 do
Samuel ii)skell do 425 04
due 15th N'ov. 1821.
Josiah Bradlee &.Co. do 598 12s do 2d,d dodo
Windsoe Fay do 1181 67'do 25th do do
Gores & Ha-ris do 9.164 0 do214htlodo
A. H. Pierce do 450 24 du 2901(t dod
Henry Dalton tdo 295 74 do 14th do do
P. ix J. S. S. Crary's i acceptance to Cephias Pilr-
ker's notlf, 887 50 diue 23d1 Nov. 1821.
John Longlev's, endorsed oy John Fairbanks, 145
69 due 5thh Nov. 1821.
Rice &I T'htixte. a note to R. D. T. & Co.
99 76 dlue 30th dodo
Williams, Putnam & Go's acceptance to Henry
-Stearns do for 26' 04 due isth Nov. 1821.
Samn'l Goodridge's note to R. 1. 'T. & Co. 169 00
due 25lth Nov. 1821.
CsIalender & Cowring do -58 due 2d Dec. 1821
Josiah Bradlec& Cu. do 1075 tdo 7thLi do ()
Winthrop Ward do 191i -25 do 13tli tI do
Whlitney,C. & Hammoinod do 375 07 do 151h i do o
Charles Winslow do 6044 62 do hlth do doo
\est & Huod do 5'25 4i7 do 15th do do
Cephas Parker's drail on Smith, M\l'(;il & Co. N.
York, 875'dne 21st LDcc. 1821.
hltall J. How & Co's Note to It. D. T'. & Co." 1083
25 due 15 Dec. 182'.
Sewall, \W Vlimsas a Co. do 3'5 do 8 do do
Jchlu 'Tappau do 6.,2 50 do 18 do do
SCiharles Winslow do 729 50 dU, 21 do do
Jno. Claps & Co. do 342 do o ( do io
Bixby & Val:etine do 41009 50 do 25 do do
Johni'Turnr do 194 '36 do 7 do do
Benj. Darling do 113 50 do 3 do do
Charles Wiuslow do 280 do 17 do do
Hakeil, B. & Thimelhier do 197 60 do 9 do do
Henry Iiace do( 237 50 do 11 do do
Thomas Tarbell do 460 do 17 do do
J. N. & I. Staplee dn endorsed by Win. K. Bar-
nard, 12'2 90 due 24 Dec. 1821.
SMacomnber, lowared & A Sawin's note to R. 1). T. &
Co. 18 56 due28 Dec. 1821.
Lun.t & Leech's note 10.4 06 do 31 do do
Blake & Jackson do 165 do 26 do do
Samuel Sainger do 106 20 do 21 do do
Ellis& sM i'o do 371 45 d, 5 Jan 1822.
Do. do 2t12 30 do 9 do do
S'avels& lseynolls do 107 10 do 9 do do
J.1). s& M Williams do S 0260 do 9 do do
Holhnes&Chandler dA 200 3R do 10 do doi
P'arkeri& Codman do 98 901) do 12 d d
Wtmoni,lradbford,.lr. do 30J 14 do 13 t do d
Barnard & Whitier do 97 18 do 10 do dj-

Weld & Baldwin do 201 45 do 9 do do
Jno. Sullivan & Son do 204 68 do 16 do 'do
Bej. V. Fr'ench do 196 08 do 14 do do
Hayden & Lier'ialn do 195 52 do 14 do do
Geo. Brilley & Co. do 12949 56 do 11 do do
Chapin & Preston do 105 40 do 9 do do
Ellis & Mavo do 288 64 do 16 do do
WVest & Hanood do 218 45 do 9 do do
Pikeins & Littlehaiao dou 197 80 do 13 do do
Nahum .Morrill, Treasurer of'Wells,
1342 97 on demand,
lHewins & Fisher's note to 1. D. T. & Co.
285 12 dueI16 Jan.1822
W. B. Bradford, Jr's. do 656 91 do 16 do do
Joseph Andrews dlo 321 22"2do 19 dsa do
Wm. Dunn do 508 42 do 11 do do
D. Whiting do 293 54 do 16 do do
A H. Pierce (lo 136 98 do 1I do do
Jonas Tyler do 193 50 do 16 do do
Samuel Goodrideg do 509 60 do 10 do do
Win. Denton dto 201 24 do 16 dto do
Gores & Harris do 301 8I do 11 do do
Calvin Bruce do 101 48 do 16 do do
H. Bianchard & Co. do 265 60 do 17 do do
John Thompson do 308 74 do 10 do do
Jositsh Stickney do 293 92 do 16 do" do
Aaron Brigham do 98 04 do 24 do do
Williams & Vilces do 101 15.do 9 do do
1. & S. Jenney do 503 96 do 10 do do
R. & T. P. Carver do 191m 36 do 13 do do
Atkins 1k Whitticer do 96 32 do 23 do do
iiaker & Hodges do 323 67 do 23 do do
Joseph Andrews do 200 97 do I do dot
Isaac Clap do 175 55 do 9 do do
Stephen Phillips, endorsed by Jere. Bumstead,
275 22 due 22 Jan.18212
W. K. Barnard'rs note to I. D. T. & Co.
1000 due 6 Jan. 1822
John Thompson do 283 04 do, 6 do do
D.vis & Parker do 338 58 d.o- lt do do
Samuel Noyes do 94 ,60 do t11 do do
Dudley &T'T'hayer do 316 20 do 9 dp do
Rice, l-Ieushaw & Co. do 104 42 do 8 do dot
1). uara.y & Soun dol 9 8 60 do 20 do do
Maikepeace & Cook do endorsed
byW1 heler,GaykGriggs, 578 WS8 do 4 do do
Clhiapi r & 'restons's note, cei-
dorsed byDavidWhiting, 253 80 do 4 do do
Joseph Andrews, endorsed
by Sylvester Ptroctor, 126 90 do 4 do do
Prince, liawes & Co. endor-
sed by Thomas Gray, 375 06 do 4 do do
Crockei c & Seaver, endorsed by
Whitnuey,C.&Hl ammond, 630 '27 do 4 do do
HezekiaIh tulanchard & Cto.
endorsed byG.Blanchard,194'2 85 do 4 do do
J. & K. Hoole's note to
R. D. T.&'.Co. 140 7G do 20 (to do
S. H. Babcock & Co. do 74.1 75 do 5 do do
ParKer,&s Greenough do 300 d o 21 do do
Moses VWheler do 157 76 1o 13 do doo
Parker & Stevens tbo 171 8S do 10 do .Io
Asmi Richardson do 192 64 do 22 do do
Dexter Gilbert do 194 3 6 do 25- do do
laker 4- Sargeut do 625 do 1 do do
Hill & Flint do 205 54 do 28 do do
Wm. Richardson do 108 36 do 19 do do
James Adrslews do 190) do I do do
Charles \V:inshsw ladd5. t 15 do do
Isaac Winslow & Co. do 61-2 511 do I do do
Blake & Cunninghanr do 84 it) do 21 do do
Jechonias Thayer do endorsed
by Skinnesr & Hurd 1508 do "24 Feb. do
Curtis & Lincoln's note to R. D. T. & Co.
306 16 due 1 Feb. 1822
Calvin Bruce do 188 34 do 1 do do
Asa-Richardson tdo 107 80 do 14 do do
Hattshrum & Ellis do 4S8 48 do 9 do do
Calvin Haven & Co. h d 197 80 do 14 do do
lichard C. Cabot's secceptance to
Per'it Cabot's draft 2050 do 10 do do
Thomnas-Tarbell's note to
R.D.)T. 4 Co. 914 50 do 17 do do
.. & W. M. Stedmau's note to 1. D. T. 4 Co.
S396 46 dusae2d Feb.
Fisk 4' Danforth's do 273 30 do 27 do
MAleans 4- Clark do 78 4 do 22 do
George Sheds' do 491 92 do 25 do
W. B. Bradford, jun. do 528 37 do 18 do
Ephim. Daua( do 5 d8 33 do 18 sd)
BarIlett iv Woodman do 299 70 od 27 do
Thos. & J. Bradlee do 11'2 dt 14 do
J. D. & M. Williams do 83440 Io-14- do
Josiah (lhapin's Acceptance .I
to Taft 4- Sibley's draft for -21,2477 do 19 do
Bigelow, liangs & Co. note to I. D. 'I. Co.
188 34, do 2 do.
I) L Gitl.,.; do 98 90, do 2 do.
'Mlrianiis& I ugliam do -'34 do 14 rio.
Gores & Hart'ia do 1147 86 do 9 do.
T W1. Wales & Co- do 'Wt9 85 do 3 do.-
Trott & Blun:stead do 91 2 do 4 Io.
.olihi Jones' do 268 65 do 11 do.
Samuel R. Hodges do 97 76 do 9 do.
J. & 1). R. Griggs dIo 198 do 27 do.
Ilartshli'ornA & Ellis do 30f6 90 do 27 dto.
Haker & Sargeit do 759 50 di 27 do.
Fisk e Ricee dif 191 40 do 27 Co.
Tblomas Ioamh do 4S0 do 16 (do.
A. 1H. Quincy Son dio 127 40 do 11 Io.
A. II. Pierce do. 312 30 do 27 d o
Niahumn Mo'rill do 24-5 21 do 30 do.
Harnes & Daggett do 103 50 do 27 do.
Warner Whittier ido 53 60 do 9 dIo.
John Benson (endorsed) Sam- .Mar'el 1S22.
uel Upton 349'28 due 4
Fisk & Rice note to R. D. T .
& Co. 119-52 t5 Au1.
Dude-y &Thaver do 195 22 5 do.
Calvin Haven& Co. do 297 56 3 do.
Ephraim Daita do 405 6 5 da.
)Do. do 191 78 11 do.
FolwellPitfield&Cco. ou d365 15 do
Henry Chapman i& Co. do 1174 25 14 dlo
Haskell B. 1i Thacher do 123 90 8 dot
Everett, Child & Co. do 2 i5 74 13 do
John Dow sdo .2013 6 18 do
H-. How, Jr. do ., 244- 6 20 do
Ezra C. Amues do 201 -18 18 do
John Tappan do 4404 25 17 do
Williamns, Putnamr.Co do 292 4) 190 do .
Hew ins & 1Fisher do 2853 80 24 do
Hartmhorn & Ellis do 290 68 24 do
J. k1 H. Thayer hdo 383 56 19 do
Baker Hodges do 291 62 30Apr;l
WVilliams,Putnans'CCrt do 485 75 do
Josiali Stickiiey note to H. D.
T. & Co. 301 86 due 8 do
Fisk & Datforths do 297 56 9 do
James Patten do 134, 36 9 do
Calvin Bruce do 288 10 8 do
Folwell,Pitlield & Co. dou 190 25 2 do
John Jones dto 268 65 11 do
W. B. Bradfolrd, Jr. do 288 96 8 dos
Davii, Stoddard .do 208 80 19 do
Means & Clartk do 411 30 23 do
Cr'cskett & S,'aver do 297 0 27 do
t.El.'ell,endorsedlR.ElIwell I 137 30 do .
Do (Io do 7,4 96 30 do
Jonatlhan Amory note to i.
1). T.. 4- Co. 714 78 31 da
Do do. 77' 22 31 do
West & Hood ds 2H'7 27 do
Henry W\iawright do 403 20 27 do
John Woodi do 1451 95 1 May.
Nalum Morrill. do 189 84 2 dtu
J. B. Bent and George Blair, Jr.
endorsl'e-td by Tim. Lhatchelder, 400 14 Autg. last,
Do do do 400 14 Feb. 1822
Richard S.'tton, endorsed by
D. Cults, 1312.50 on demand
John & Richard Gillan, en-
dorsed by S. Curtis, 300 due 12 Tuly last;
Debentures issued by the Custom house, Boston-
P Payable,
5lth J:nu. 1822, to Brytant & Sturgis, $34
216thli Jan. do do 602
99th March to Jno. Holland, 97
4tn May to R. G. Shaw, 126 21
5th Jan. to S. Austin, j. & Co. 209 97
3d Feb. c to Francais I. Williams, 16 2
3d April do 17 .
3d Dec. s do 17
lth March to Baker i. Sargent, 49 36
ith li ay do 42 -
Gth Jus. 1823 do 42 0
94th 3iMarch 8122 to Baker & Hotdges, 58 11 .
2.1.th May do 58
21st Jul- do 59
10th Marseh to Henry Prince, Jr. 45 75
lth May do 45 -
7th July o 46
6th May 5 to Parker & Stevens, 66 88
6th July do 66

GLh May iWm. Richardsou, 86 J
Also--many other Notes, Obligations and Ae-
ceptauces) ut no use to any but the subscribers.
The RHeward of -5001 will be paid for the recov-
cry of the above Property, or 8300 bor the P.(.-
pcrs only.
No. 32, Indiat-street.
.J oston, N'ovembitr li-, 1801.



Will be performed-, an admired new Tragedy, called
Jlhi, Duke of'Mirandola, Mr. Conper

To which will be added, the Afterpiece, called
I N Chamber-street, on Monday evening, 12th
st. a small red modroce BOX, containing a
red morocep pocketbook, and memorandum book,
a needle case and thread case, '2 pair scissors, 2
penknives, 2 thimbles and a small microscope; be-
sides lace and mus.lin, on which some work was
done, and three dollars in money. The finder
shall he entitled to the money, the full value of
each article, and the thanks of the owner, by leav-
the same ait the Centinel Counting Room, or at No.
4, Central-street. Theowner's name was 'i the
memorandum book. 3is : nov 14
O0N advalitageous terms, and possession given in
a few days-a gentiel HOUSE, in the centre
of the towu. Inquire it No.. 14 Franklin-place.
nov 14 ,
V `'WO'new. brick,L onses, pleasantly situated at
Lecmhnere point, about one hundred rods be-
'vond the spridge. The houses are three stories
high, ,ettal, ailahidcomrnoiliously l'iisiedL, with good
wiells of water. ''hey will prove an excellent aili
cheap resid'nso to gentlemen, i hose duties at the
baiLsand pubbli'oflices call them to "town onlyin
thi r,;.,. t'..i -. 6,,&?c. apply to T HIOM AS
A. DI.'1 L'!, i. et-square) Congress'stl'eet.
oct 3 spis
N the vicinity of Sdbnitry or Hawkiis-streets, a
1H-OUSE suitable, for bne or large enough bfor two
famities- value fro l 2 to 84000. A line adldrcs'
ed to P. S. and left at the Centinel Canntsi,
Room; describisig the house and number, quantity
of land, and price, will be attended to. Terms
f ipayrment, one hal 'or all cash on delivery of the
eee. inov 3
rW 1IE large and comunodious Mansion House, on
r the 'Tenhill Farm, Charlestown, about 2j
miles friom tct,,jiust put ii conIplete repair, pleas.
antly situated,.aud con'venient for a private tfamily
or bfor a boarding holisse or tavern, with Coachi
House and Stable, and so much of the grounds
about it as may be desired. ,For further partieu-
,lhrs inquire of GEORGE G. CHANNING, Kilby-
street, who will receive proposals for the same.
septt S epistt
r O e Let, for one or more years, pleasantly
.itiated, mod-rin built Dwe.ling-house,ear,
the centre ofthe town. Said House is large and con.
venient, with a good cellar, an excellent wetl of wa-
ter, goodfor: washing ; and with the above may be
had a quoter of an acre of Land, or more if desired
Posessiosn given immeadietly. Inquire of THOM-
AS Ti lAX'l EU, Bostoo, or HENRY THlAXTERI
of Hingham. epis5w oct 6
NEAT and convenient Dwelling-House
A pleasantly situated, and suitable for a small
faluilv-rent moderate: Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Room. epistf aug29
EFT the Yard of the subscriber' on Monday
] evening Oct. 29, ai siall red Cow, with one of
her horns partly sawed off. Whoever will give
information of said Cow, shall receive a suitable
compensation. BAItZILLAI HIOMES,
nov 7 is4w No. 105, Orange-street, Buston.

Contaiiingff Tu1HE liAiT or MND-LoTiIrA,
S this .day published with a Vignette Title-page,
p by S. II. i'ARKEil, No. 12., Cornhill, befog
-' C.i-si' ,it 'ip-spi.,*r-eslit -o r -thf-se.Tohadtl., ~i' ""
and Romances b'su the Itnilr' of Fl'aver'le. Price
3t 612 to sibs'ribsrs for the whole set bor 32 50
l'Sibscribers are requesied to call or send for
their books. Subscriptions will be still received at
the original price. "
Th'h 3,(d series *' Tailes of My Iandlord," is in
press; ndil 'The Pirate" will be pot tolu press as
soonti s received. is oct 331
O lie sold chela), a handsome aidl a onvenieit
bhrick Dwelling House, in complete repair,
and pleasantly situated. Inquire ait tle Centinel
Counting Room. epistf oct 6

Havana Sugar and Ginger.
On FRIDAY nextat 12 o'clock,
90 boxes prime white Havana SUGAR, cnidtlcd
to debenture.
.'lso-45U bags GINGER, landing from ship
Galatea ; 3 hbhds. very prime Jamaica Spirit, pure
as imported; 4 bales Gunny UHals, large ; 10 kegs
Tobacco; 6 hhds. and 2 tierces ground Ginger, of
superior quality ,.anUd warranted pure.
Superior Orrell Coal.
THIS DAY at betire 1 o'clock,
SOpposite ialerchants' insurance Ofice, State-st.,
Aioun t 8 tu 10 tifs is'iperior Gri-ell COAL, be-
ing the balaice of the Piartliai.'s carSgo.

Cow Hides and. Goat Skins.
On SATURDAY n.'xt at It o'clock,
At Grat's Contmmercialtr'hwut,
Now landing froti slip G:ilatea, from CGalculn,
6-1.0 .Calcutta ,COW 111DES 53300 C.dUlutta

Cabinet and Hatrd Ware.
Ou FRIDAY next at 9 and 3 o'clock,
Unavoidably postponed ifroin To-morrow,
A valunblu inloiced of IIARD IWARE, im-
ported in the ship Parthiuis, and will be sold in lhts
to suit purchasers, consistiug of Couode Kniobs-
Liont-paw ,Ciastl'S ; rouInd socket d(o.; Table
Catches ; Itaised Brass Nails for Sofis ; Diaper
Webb ; 14 oz. Tacks Card Tabhie inges i brass
Beading i; dn. Bordering ; Orniamenis ; Flushs
holts; Wood Screws ; Nos. 5 and 6 brass Nails
2 aud 3 fine Clouts ; 2 1aud 3 coarse do.; w-hole and
half plated PortsLns6uth Bitts, faciuy patt'ris; doh.
do. lieavy Stirrups; Iron Castors, with round
plates ; do. wholly brass; black and bright Center
HitLs ; brass 'l'utubler Hook C-se Locks; 53, 6,
7 and 8 idoih Bedi Screws ; with a great variety of
other articles in the Cabinet line. The above ar-
icies naty be examined Tomorrow.
A. lso,at 12 o'clock, by the package-14 oz.Fleim-
ish T'acks; 2 and 3 line and '2 and 3 course Clout
Nails; east steel 34 inch Webb Saws ; 100 doz.
Sieve Buttoms; I case Cutlery, assorted.
A...t Private Sale...
50 bbis. No. 1 Pork; 4 cases 4-4 Irish Linens;
2 do. brown do.

OI'-MORROW at l0 o'clock,
At DAVID FonsArru's ice,6,
A large and valuable assortment of House FUlR-
NITURE, viz.: Buraaus ; Secretaries ; Book
Cases ; Sideboards ; Looking Glasses ; Feathler
Beds ; Bedsteads ; elegant and comnuiu do. I
Light Stands ; Ladies' Work Tables; Portable
Desks ; Hair Cloth, ifaicy and common Chairs ;
Grecian Couches ; Hair Cloth Sofas; Grecian
Card Tables ; Iledsteads ; Bed Clothing ; Book
Racks ; Liquor, Casts ; 'Timnenieces ; Settees,;
cooking Stove, within boilers, tke.cost 380 ; Glass
China and Crockery Ware ; Kitchen b'urniture,
f various kinds ; Cigars ; Turn- up Bedstead, &e.

TO.MORROW at 10 o'clock,
At JACOB PEABODY & Co's Office,
V'o. 12, KILBY-STI1EE'i,
An assortment of Woollen Goods ; an invoice
of French Silk Stockings, Ribbons, Galloonjs,
Braids and Gloves ; 5 cases Men's Fur Hats 1 I
case Silk Umbrellas. Terms cash.
On SATURDAY next at 12 o'clock,
3. cfests YoUng Hyson Tea; I do. Peeco do.; 7
bags Sumatra Coffee; 10 bbls. suierfine Flour ;
72 C boxes Cigars ; 72 boxes do. of O1U each; 5
hhds. Muscovado Sugar.
THIS DAY. at 11 o'clock,
Oppositej.No.26, Central-wha/, ;
On board bi'ig Anson, front Laguira,
Thie Cargo of said brig, consisting of 304 bags
and 36 bbls. green Coffee; \117 bags, 408 fbls. and.
2 tierees Cocoa ; 2 jars Balsam Capeiva. -
I The said brig ANSON and Appurte-
im nuances, as she came from sea-she is a
good vessel, 138 tons burthen, and well found.-
For inventory and further particulars, inquire of
Capt. Groce, on board.
THIS DAY at befolbre'1 o'clock,
Opposite J.o. 66, Long-wha'-f,north side,
Postponed from yesterday,
42, hbls. superfine Flour; 6 do fine do. ; 37 do.,
middlings do.
TI I IS DAY at j past 11 o'clock,
Or immediately after t tos sale of the Anson's, cargo,
Om hoard br'ig Elk, from Malaga,
Opposite JVo. 41, LoPig.-whar]; -
310 jars fresh MaIlaga Grapes ; 10 bags Al-
mmonds; 575 boxes and j buses ,sunch, Mussea-
tel and Bloom Raisins.

On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clock,
40 hhds. Windward Island Rum, en'tilled to dle-
benture 24 hhillds. high proof St. Croix Rum ; 50
boxes Havana brown .ugar; S il hds. Museovadp
On FRIDAY next at i past 11 o'clock,
T'he Cargo of sch'r Ma''y anmd Eliza, from Suri-
nam, viz :-172 hhds. Molasses; 15 tierces do.; 4
hhlds. Snugar; 8 bbhs. Coffee.
THIS DAY at 9 o'clock,
.At 'r. K. Joxys & Co's Office,
.A'o. 20, KtILY-S'. RErET,
4 bales black and colored, plain and twilled
Bomblasetts ; I bale drab Cloths ; 1 do. black
Vesting; 2 do. red, yellow and white Flannels;
1 do. mixt Cassimeres ; 3 cases plain jacanett,
mull mull and India book and fl.lcy Muslins, 2
do. 0-4 and 4.4 white Cambrics ; I l do. white Lin-
en Thread-:and a variety of other Goods, suitable
for the season. -
Fruit, Wine and Salt.
TO'-MORROW at 11 o'clock,
The entire Cargo of ship Deborah. Capt. C.
Gray, from Fayal, viz :-36 pipes, X1 4 pipes ,and
5 j casks old London Particular Fayal WINE;
81 boxes Lemons; 149 do. Orankes; 159 mayse
Lisbon atnd Liverpool Salt.
Ca)6itiolns, satisfactory endorsed notes, payable
in six months.
THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
.Ao. S, KILi Y-STIt1.E1J;
5 hhds. and 60 bbis. Connectiqit GIN ; 10pipes
Pierepointdo., the bestAmerican Gin ever brought
to this market. --
TO-MORROW at 10 o'clock,
The following GOODS,- just received, imp6rt-
ed in the last ship at New-York,. viz :-10 bales
Rose Blankets, assorted, 40 pairs in a btile, of 7-4,
8 4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4 and 12.4-; 1 case superfine
T vist,Shirtings ; 1 bate figured Swausdown Vest-
ing I h do- drab, hbrownr,, clive, coreua ..d blue
superfi1e Coatings ; 1 bale saved list Cloths, of
mixed, drab, olive, brown and blue ; 1 do. s.uper-
line double milled Cassimeres, consisting of mixed,
browl, blue and black, blue ands drab mixed c.& ;
2 cases assorted Wosen's black slid sate W sted
Hosierv ; I bale blue Cassimeres, Iouble milled ;
I do. nisidling blue Cloth ; 2 .lo. of beautiful CIloths,
consisting of olive, clarcl, Oxford mixt, drab, blue,
brown iand black ; 3 cases 6-4 Cotton Cambrics.
Fiench Goods.-I case blacK Taffeta Ribbons
Nos. 2, 3 adl 6 ; 1 do. No. 1 colored Gailoons; I
do: black Hank Galloons; I do. fine black Crapes;
1 do. double chaia Galloons ; I case mixt Cassi-
mneres ; 1 du. fine a nul superfine Lawns 1 do. as-
sorted Linens, in half pieces. .
Elegant Lonldon Furnilures.-2 cases first quali-
ty Lmidon ruled Furniture Patches.
S.It II o'c&lck-13tU Fur Skins, for linings.
The above are a very tine lot of Goods, and
town and country purclhiseis will find it forltheir
advantage to aitutnd the sale.

O-MORiROVW at 9 o'clock,
At 'BL.AtE & CUNNING1HAM'S Olficee,
A'o. 5, KIL/ '-ST'iE2RE7,;'
A collection of vahluail BOOKS, among them,
Johnson's Dictionary, 4 vols. 8vo, call, gilt ; Nich-
olson's Enyeclopediie, 12 v. I SOt plates ; American
Speeches, '2v.; Ciceto's Letters, S v.; Blackstono's
Commentar'ies, 4 v. ; Analectic Magaziue, 14 v6
ctnpleta ; Gregorv's D:clinuary iof Arts and Sci-
Sceccs, 3 v. 4to ; history of Selnd. u, bslio; John:-
sou's Dictioniry, 2 v. 4lo ; Sully's Memoirs, 5 v.;
Shitkespesre's P:lays,.10 v. 4tb, phltes; Gil las., 3
v. Svo, plates ; a superb copyof ( il Ilas i IFrt-uel,
4-. 4to,ss ai a vlune of elegant plates 1 Lalla ltsokhl
British Poets, 25 v. ca!l, gilt; Spectuitor, 12 v. v
Em.npotisim of Arts, 2 v.; Splcledsd Portraits, folio;
steirne's WVurks, 5 v. ; Stual t's Philotsophy, 2 v. ;
Johnson's Lives of the Poets, v.; MNassillon's'Ser-
nions, 2' v. ; Prideaux'a Connection, 4 v.; Smith's
Wealth of Nations, 2 v. ; Walker's Dictionary
Adams' Roman. Autlquities; Waverely Novels;.
Thruhldcus of \Warsaw, 2 v. ; M i:ton ; Thomson ;
Young; Golsmithl's Poetical Works, 4to, elegant
plates, by Alker ; Dctionnair' de I'Academie, 2
vols. 41o, Bluntri.
A Catalogue will be published tilis day.

(Quills, Cantharides.
On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clock,
AS A 5 OVi.
7 eases CAN'lI'AltCDIs, contttainin 509 !bs.
very perfect ; 23 baskets nanuthictutred .UILLS.
dIso-I m:lahogan.y
Land at .uction.
To be sold ait Public Auction, on THIURSDAY,
tim 9llt day of November iest. on the iurcses'i,
at 2 o'clock, PI'. M.
A lot of LAND, situated in Quincy, on hihe
county road leading fiom Bouston to Plymnouth, nears
the nieeting-hou;se, containing about 7 acres, auid
very suitalte for one or more house lotis.
.ilso-one othir lot of Land, of ubout 7 acre's,
lying on tae Quincy and Hiugsam turnlmik', one
oiUl i of a mile distance frou ths hteetntg-hiuse,
pleasastiy situated fuor building therson-e eing tlhe
property of Chaurles Newcomb, late of Quincy, de-
Conditions of sale will be made known at tIhe.
time and place, a0v.
Quhic7, J'iiv. 8, 1821.

Wood Land in Brookline.
To he sold at Auction, un TUESOAY, the 20th
inst. at 11 o'clock, at the Store of ;l.su subscriber,
if not previously disposed of at private sale, by
order at the executor,
K| Two lots of Wood Land, belonging to the es-
tate of thie late 3Mr. John Goddard, deceased, sit-
uated at the south-westerlv part ol te town, one
of them uear the Sa.i 21ill, containing about five
acres ; the other about halt a mile siearer tile cecn-
tre of the town, contaiinig abut seveti acres.--
The premises ilmay be viewed at any time 1pr'-v:ous
to the sale. For further information, apply to
GEO. IV. STIF'.I i',, Auct'r.
BJrookline, i'vov. 10, 1Mi1. ,sc.

Orrell Coal.
THIS DAY at I o'clock,
Postponed from vesterda.
Will be sold,
The COAL, fromn the brig Jessie, from Liver
pool, consisting of 75 chaldrons first quality Oritell
Coal; 125 do. do. do. Liverpool Coal;- considered
equal'b any imported this season-in lots to suit
... At Pri-ute Sale...
350 bagsfine Liverpool Suit,ret-oved by said brig.
Kentucky Tobacco.
THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
A' t Ao. 9, Central-wharf,
40 hhds. prime long leaf Kentucky TOBA&CCO'
THIS DAY at j past 12 o'clock, .
At EPHRAIM LocK's Office,
NJVo. 5, COA GESS-SQU31~ ,,,
'NEAR THE U. S. BitAsCH BAK,,. '
For the benefit of Underwriters,. br whom itmay
10 boxes brown Havana SUGARS ; 2 bags
COFFEE, partially damaged. .
Also-1 5 bags prime Havana COFFEE; 1 .pipe
R, Buttons, Jewelry and Lead Pencils.
,TO-MOR&OW at 11 o'clock, I .
At W '.TWELI,, BOND & Co's. Oftice,
vNo. 2, XJLBY-,ST2?EE'T,-
S cases Jewelr3, in fancy bases; 3 do. Middle-
ton's Lead Pencils, I do. -..,' .in.- .i V,-..t But-
tns,:; 1 dodo.o. Cost do. ; tr, b.. lhb.. .. C.l'i
Pest Paper.
On TUESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
A general assortment of DRY GOODS.
,t 10 o'clock-I etise black Levantines;. 1 do'
file white Thulle Laces.
..JAt Private Sale...
1 case refined Camphor; i5fbls. Gm Senegal;
5 bales Rad Jalap,

Brandy and Cigars.
THIS DAY. at' past 11 o'clock;
Or immediately after the said of Sugars and Coffee,
.Oppositeib. 37, Centrawtvha;if north side,
5 pipes 4th proof American BRANDY; 600
boxes Spanish CIGARS.
TO-M'ORROW at-, past 11 o'clock,
S 15 bbls. brown Stgar, for retailing ; 10 bales
Spanish Tobacco, suitable for Cigar makers ; 50
'boxes No.i and 2 Choco ate ; 500 lbs. Barber's
Hair Powder; 50,000 Russia Quills ; I large
CountingRoom DesK; 2COO sweet Oranges.

Jidministrator's Sale.
Tobe sold atAuction ,in i3rookline, oi WEDNES-
DAY, 21st inst. at the late residence of Capt.
Robert S. Davis,. deceased,
The personal Estate ot said deceased, consist-
ing of'the following articles, viz:-two yokes of
O.t.en-2 Ha 'ses-1 Colt-1 Cow-2 Ox Wag-
ous-2 Horse do.-1 Ox Carl-1I Market Pung---
2 Ox Sled's-1 excellent double Sleigh and Har-
ness-1000 bushels Potatoes-100 do. Onions-
100 do. Beets-300 do. Tuto;ips-iot of Cabbages-
lot Cellery-bbls. Apples-7 P.lougli Chains--iro
Harrow-2 sets Horse Traces-iron Bair-2 Grind-
stones--5 Ploughs-.Ladders--Shovels---HIos-
- Rakes-?cythes-from 6 to 8 tons salt Hur-Swail
Hay-bashels Barley-Seed Chest-Seeds- Ri-
fle Gun and Equipments-2 Training Guns si.d
Equipments--old Quns--Buflalo Skin-hlit bed
Glasses-Vinegar and Cider..
Also-a variety of Household FURNITURE:
Beds, Bedding and elldsteads-l excellent Car-
pet-Looking Glass-Pictures-S cales and Weights
-1 Deak-mnahogaiiy'l'ables-Fire luckets-Shov-
els and Tongs-t Silver V.' .sl,-l-, i, K. 'ilki-
iron POl .a nd a.Ke- ttles---. .e .. ... i --iu..... .....
eles too numerous to mention.
Sale to commence at l0 o'clock, A. M.
O .G.E If. W STEJ.d" A S, Auct'r.-
jh1eoklite, .Nov.., 1821. sp .

Wood for Sale.
To he sold atAtictiaon, i n Brookline, on. FRIDAY,
23d inst. on a part of the Farm birmierly belojig-
ing to Capt. Samuel Croft, deceased,
From 2 to 300 cords of white oak and 'walnut
WOOD, of superior quality. A considerable
part of said Wood is suitable for ship timber, or
Wheelwrights' use. It is presumed that there his
'not'been so valuable a lot of Wood offered for' sale
so nei'r the capital for S0 years past, and probably
will not be again. Said Wood will be sold in lots
to suit purchasers. Sale to commenIe sit 10oo'clk,
A. M. GIEO. IV. STEAR.i S, Auct'r.
.Brookline, Nov. 9, 1821. 3sp
J1 Farm i1 Roxbury.
Tobe sold at PublicAuction, on THI'lRSI1AY,.
the 15th day of November next, at I o'clocA,.
for the benefit of the heirs of the late William
Seaver, -
The FARM, formerly owned-and improved
by said deceased, situated on-the road leading to
Canterbury, so called, about a mile frori' Roxbury-
street, and now occupied by Mr.J. ohn.lH. Hawes ;
it consists of about thirty-six acres of Land, of va-
rious soils, well suited for growing of vegetables,
for which purpose it has been successively used tor
.many years ;-also, a Dwelling-house, Barn, Store-
house, h ood-house, corn barn, etc. The proxim;-
ty of this Farm to Boston will render it desirable'
to the fitrmer who would cultivate fruit'and;ieegeta-
bles for that market-lor that use it4is4 ~1wlknown
at plenty ofi manure is indispensable, two loads.of
which may be transported from lioston to tlis
place in a day, with less labor and expense ot team,
than bfor 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,' o ap
a good road free of toll. It is also well adapted Ifr'
an clegant residence, hIaving a beautiful builhfinig
site wiich commands a lue view of town and coun-
try," is rural and retired, yet but twenty mintlts's
walk from the capital.
Saile to be oc the premises, when the conditions
(wlnich will be accommodating) will be stated.-
For lurthler particulars, inquire ef BeNJAMIN'
GODDAARD, of Brookline. .5wlis

Real Estate in the SO UTH PARISH
in .IADO FElt j'or 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, hud
in and to the several parcels of Real Estate, lying
in the South Parish, in said Andover, anddescribed.
,below-the sale being by his administrators, under
an order of the Hon D. A. WhIite, Judge of Pro-
hate. Rc. authorising them to sell so much of the
Real Estate of siud Piilips, as will raise the sum
of ten thousand six hundred and fifty dluirs, Nsc.
The parcels of Land are the following, viz :-onIIa
lot of Land ol abnut 3C acres, between Abrahamu J.
Gould's and Gar.hker Abbot's, on both sidls the
Essex turnpike;-one tract of Land, ef about 29
acres, lying south of Timothly Fl"lag's lit, on bodth
sides of tl:e Essax turipike ;--o'ne lot of mowing,
soush of Proi-ssior Stua't's, onabouti ho acies ; Ond
lot W est of I'Pr olessor Stuarts, called lthe orchard
lhit, of about 10O acres ;-one lot of about S acres,
called the spring pasture -one lot near the u idow
Zebediah Holt's.
The aforesaid sale will take place at Locke's,
iTave-n. in said Sonth Par; si, atihie Iuimes. oresail,
and will be mo.de in parcels o.- divisions to sutn ur-
chasers. Terms iadle kno-in at the sale.
P. C. BROOK.A, l ,,,r
.Boton, Oct.22, 18b2. ts

SAAC W. GOODi)ICII, Stationer, 76, Stat.-
street, hais for sale--q conip!,tu. ssiorLienIt ..t
Ledgers, Jitiurals, Wastes, Salus, Cash. Ii.voicu
and Letter Books, with llis d :; in.mut s;,rirt:' iks,
made !f the very first quality 0'" !'apr. A'to,
Clhtck Books ; bildo. ; Writing,. i';.I a.I
plain. AkeI, a comlpiite tassoil'1eit "i 'lt tiul(itry,
Sautitcal ooks ani' Charitil,. episj;;: in I

O N a wild and rocky shore,
Cover'd by the'dashing' wave
When the winds are heard tn roar,
Anda the ocean tempests rave ;
Far from any lordly dome,
From the ha'irds of social men,
Far from any cottage home,
In a sad and silent glen;
There a little mound is seen
Of small stones and gravel bare-
"For the grass, around so green,
Grows not green and fragrant there-
Where no blushing flpw'rets grow,
.,:. Where no tree is seen to wave,
ear no murmering brooklet's flow-
'Tis the Slanderer's lonely grave.
There no monumental stone
Tells the traveller the name
Of the wretch that sleeps alone
Reft of friend and honest fame.
There no weeping friend is seen
: Bending o'er the silent grave,
Bidding elm and evergreen
Round the hallowed dust to wave.
There no gentle mourner flies
#' When the dew is on.the grass,
Wiping tears from streaming eyes
As her joys in memory pass.
There no stirring sound is heard,
Save'the moaning of the sea,
S Save the whiling of a bird,
Shrieking oft and awfully.
And as midnights' solemn noon,
When the bat in circles flits
And a cloud is on the moon,
There thieysay a phantom sits.
And the fisherman at eve,
When he drops his dripping oar,
Will his bark in silence leave,
And hasten from the fearful shore;,"
The school boys on their holiday,
When they seek the distant wave
To gather shells, will turn away,,
And shun the Slanderer's lonely grave.
'Who that has seen that lonely spot,
That little mound of barren earth.
Would wish the Slanderer's hated lot,
His selfish joys-his demon mirth ?
Who that believes the curse that comes
To him who wounds tlhe virgin's fame,
Who harms the innocent, and sums '
His joys in tales of ill and shame-
Would wish to 'be the wretch whose sleep
Is cumber'd by that unblest clay-
Whose only mourner is the deep-
Whose only tears the dashing spray?
Woildst thou behold his end, whose care
Was but to wound the good and brave ?
Co seek that silent glen, for there
Is seen the SL..tfn.DEEit's ZLenX GRAVE.
Lynn, Oct. 31. A. L.

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Hanov er -street,
being the most docile and sagacious of any one ever
exhibit in Europe or America.
A o, for the inspection of the curious, and grat-
iftioi of the Friendseen atf Improvements, in HPatent
Railway and Elegant Fancy Coach. Those sitting
in it can propel themselves with one finger very
rapidly to the upper extent of the R.ilway.
With a variety of Prints, among which tire
twelve, representing the Battles of Bonaparte, and
his retreat from Moscow, &c. in 1812.
Admittance 25 Cents---Children halt' price.
oct 17 tf

THE subscriber has taken the elegant stand in
the flourishing village of Medford, Known by
the name of MEDFORD HOTEL, formerly kept
by Mi'. Mayo, and recently occupied by Mr.
Those. Stevens. It is situated 4 J miles out of Bos-
ton, on the Tdrnpike leading from Boston to N.
Hampshire, where he hopes to gain a share of pub-
lic patronage. He flatters himself that by his ex-.
perience he shall certainly be able to give satisfae-
tion to all those lwho may favor him with a call.
He intends to'keep his Bar stored with the chti-
cest Liquors that can be purchased in this country
Likewise the best attention always at hand.
Gentlemen of business who are goiiig to nnd re-
turning from Boston,are invited to call and may
rest assured that they shall not go away dissatisfied
as he intends to give satisfaction at all events what-
eyer. .
Parties of pleasure are also invited to call as there
is a fine Hall attached to the Hotel and other re-
quisite conveniences for large parties,.
As he intends to make the establishment his per-
alnent object, he hopes that by lis personal exer-
tions, lie shall be able to please his eitorneis and
merit the approbation of a generous public.
0(.'Guod stabling for horses and the best atten.
tion, tec. !c. HENRY L. BASCOM.
Uedlfard, .ov.. 5, 1821.
T HE subscriber respectfully informs the public
That his Winter Establishment of Warm Salt
Water Baths, is now in complete order for the
reception of those Ladies and Gentlemen who may
please to patrinise it.
The rooms for the Ladies are retired; well war-
med, anl have every convenience to render them
worthy of-public patronage and support. Hlie in-
.ends also, to make such improvement in the gen-
tlemen's Bathing Rooms, as to continue to receive
a continuance of that support which has been so
liberally bestowed the past season.
S 'Cragies' Bridge, Oct 0, 1821. eptf
-T'IARK DICKINSON would inform his friends
) and the public, that he continues to Dye and
Scour' Ladies' andi Gentlemen's Garments of eve-
ry description, in the nicest manner, and at short
notice. Also, Cloths, Ribbons, ke. Goods re-
ceived for Dying and Securing, at No. 4, Corn-
Alll-crt, Boston. J. B. 1lOVEY, Agent.
aug 2-t epmpiw
W ILL register Lsnds or Houses, either for
sale. mortgage, or to let, in town orcountrv
Young Men or Women from the country who
want places of any kind, and apply, will be attend-
ed to, and all business connected with the above
transactied reasonably. 'tf July 4.
To the Gentlemen of thIe late Hussars Company
A (Light Dragonn.)
[Tt ANT'ED to purchase, from 40 to 50 Caps,
S if such a number coaul be obtained. In-
quire of INO. ROULSTONE, at his Riding
School, Mason-stree1. ep3w oct 31

SCONVENIENT brick Dwellling House, con
'. training four chambers, two lower roonm, cel-
lar kitchen and wiood cellar, with a good well of
water. Possession given immediately. Inquire
, at thie Centinel Counting ERoom. Ssis nv 7"

H AS for sale, ohe thousand pounds Exchange,
at sixty days sight, on England. oct 31
\WO bills for 3751 and 2541 4s. 9d. at 60 1da..
sight-for sale by WALLEY & P"F 'W .t,
0. 8, Phillips' Buildings, Kilby-stre-" nov 7

Exchange on Havana,
OR S1122,50 at short sight-for sale by J. &
11. TTHAYER, No. 5, Broad-street nor 7
9 BALES prime Louisiana COTTON, now
landing from sch. Cnmet, from New-Or-
leansi and for sqle by OLIVER, BORLAND &
ABBOT, No. 21, Central-wharf. nov 7

f(\k'" BBLS. superfine Flour, PRIDES brand,
0, landing from selh. Nancy, for sale by
ONATHAN AMORY, No. 8, India-wharf.
november 7

B 0000O '- FEET St. Domingo, a great pro-
0,j l j portion Branch, and 12,0@0 feet
Bay MAHlOGANY-for sale by GlRIDLEY &
BLAKE, No. 28, Cornhill. nov 7

O Central-wharf, have for sale,: now landing
from schr. Nancy, from Petersburg, 150 bbls..new
Miklilings FLOUR. nov 7
4 BALES (stapled) MERINO WOOL; 21
4, do. MERINO WOOL, in thie fierce-just
received and for sale at No. 41, Central wharf.
neoct 17 tf
.12RD VA.RE.
K & S. A. GODDARD have for sale, an exten-
sive, assortment of Ilardware and Fancy
GOODS, cheap for cash or undoubted notes.
oct 17 fis6os VAo. I, 'ilby-street,
No"r 17, A)i.,-IVII. W F,
TTAS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
41 English IRON, flat,'square, and round ; with
NAILS, OD8, HOOPlS, and PLATES, of every
description and size-real (L) blistered STEEL,.
.l/so, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 epti

SEWELL k B URDITT, No. 28, Broad-street,
have received by the late arrivals from Liver-.
pool, an extensive assortment of
Birmingtam. and Sheffield Wares,
comprising every article usually wa tled for the
Country Trade, which they offer On thi most favor-
able terms, tor cash or credit. IGsp sopt 19
Alo. 25, J11RO.5d-STREET,
AVE received by the Fall arrivals tfom Eg-
18land-170 packages of COTTON, WVOOL-
LEN and STUFF GOODS, comprising a com-
plete assortment, which they offer fobr sales by their
paucageor piece, tf Oct 3

F11O he sold, a quantity of BUFFALO ROBES,
_J in prime om-der, by the bale or single. Inquire
of HOMES & BASS, No. 108 Orange-street, or
of -IENRY MESSIN GER, No. 80OState.street.
Cash paid for Furs as above. 3Si sept 19

21, Green'Is-w'harf, opposite .Parknmn't Buiini'is,
AVE for sale, now receiving oi consignment,
H 1115 sides prime slaughter Sole Leatner.
They have likewise just' received an invoice o
873 pair Ge.tlemen's fine Cdltskin Nail'd Shoes,
small and middling sizes, suitable for the Spanishl
market. Alsu just landed, 6 hlids. West-India
Rum. 4is4os oct 31

Leghorns and Russia Diapers.
C CASE Leghorn Bonnets, from No, 40 to No.
50, very superior quality; 3 bales Diapers-
with a general'assortment of Eiglish and American
Goods-for sale at No. 67, Conrt-strict, corner of'
Sudbury-street. 6sp nov 3

UST received 1 case of Elastic Belts, for Gen-
th demen's wear, superior to any thing of the
kind ever before offered in this market.
oct 24 8sp Noi.5, State-street.

"anki.n Crapes, and Plaid Silks.
THIITNEY & HASKELL, No. 29, Market-
W street, have recently opened a new and ex-
tensive assortment of CANTON GOODS, consist-
ing of,
8 cases of 19, 20, and 21 yards black ar:d color-
ed plain and -figured Nankin Crapes, of the
best quality imported.
1 case of very superior double crimped Napkin
Crapes, black and white, 23 to 24 yards iii
length, -
6 eases Canton Crapes, of all colors,
I case of handsome Plaid Silks, of excellent
1 case of heavy 8-4 Nankin Crape Shawl],
1 do. of heavy Double Chain black Levantines,
6 cases Sinchaws ; Sarsnets ; Florentines ; black
Silk Hd-kfs of the best quality; assorted and
black Sewiug Silks, &c. 6w ect 10

SANIEL MESSIN(4 ER, No. 15 Newbury-st.
)l hasjust received from France, 100 (Ioz. of
Ladies' elegant black tand drab Phlumes, ), 12 and
15 inches, which lie nuler lor sale by the dozen or
single, as low as can be bought in Boston.
Also, from London, one case of Ladies' Bonnets,
and trimmings of the newest patterns, with his
usual assortment rf gentlemen's youth's and clhil-
dren's Hats, and every article itn the Hatter's line.
Ladies Bonnets ahered and trimmed.
oct 17 3Sn

Piece Goods and Hard-ware.
T AVFY received by the late arrivr.ls part of
.their Fall supply of Gdods, which, with their
firmner stock, comprises an assortment, of
Rhodes' Bombazctts Cotton Cambrics
Furnitures Kerseys
Cotton Thread Vestings
Bindings Calicours
Plaids Britannia Ildkfa.
Bhirtings, Tapes
FIlannels Muslins
Pocket IItkfs. Broadcloths
Men's Gloves Tabby Velvets, c.
J.1so-a general assortment of HAIID )WAKiE
and CUTLERY, among which, (per Herahl) a
quantity of Rjdgers' Penknives; Itazors; Scis-
sors; Files.; Knives and -.Forks; Wood Saws,
eo. ;-andl are a!l offered for sale on very meason-
able terms, at No. 2 Phillips' Buildings, Killiy-
street. tf sept '20

,iVo. 8, .i.IR7KE'I'-S"i'Rl ET,
AS recently received a variety of seasonable
GOODS, to wit:- "
Superfiie Broadclothsof various eolnrs,
Common aiid course do. do. do.
Superfine Cassimueres do. do.
Middling do. do. do.
Queen's Clnths, Drab, Pearl, and Blue,
Peisse do. assorted Drli Kersey s,
Fearnoughts and other Coatings,
Blue and mixed Plains,
White and colored Plannels : Green ockinags, '
Rose Blankets, 8-4 to 12-4. ;Scotch Platds,
Bombazetts, assorted colors,
Tabliy Velvets, do. do.
Worsted Hosiery,

Valencia and common Vestings,
British Shirtings; Calicoes; Di-mitire.
Cambrics ; Muslios ; Brown and black Linens,
Enshish Silk anil Leather Gloves,
Italian Sewiug Silk'ar.d CGrapes, ie. &ce.
W whichh may ic purchasu"l by p icce err yardY om
aaltisfactory' terms, e sept 26

A large assortment of the newest patterns, Lon-
don and Paris manufactured Gentlemen's WATCH

IT No. 3, Ailby-street, (up stairs,)
Have just received by the Fair Lady, from Rot-
terdam, '2 cases Silk Velvets, mostly black, and
of various qualities,
I case black Ribbons and Galloons,
1 do drab Galloons and Banding, suitable for
hind ing Great Coats,
1 do. superfine Tapes,
1 do. narrow Velvet Binding.
Also, just opened.
A new lot of very rich 7-22 Garnitures, all win-
ter patterns, and of superior quality,
Italian Sewing Silk ; Crapes,
Fine three cord Wire Cambric Thread, No. 20
to 130,
Patent colored Linen Thread ; fine Linen Drills,
Silk Twist ; Buttons, &c. nov 7 '
Rich Plated Ware and Jewelry.
AS just received,, per ship Parlhian, from
Liverpool, and by way of Nesw York-6 casks
and 3 cases of rich Silver Moucted Coffee and Tea
Uris; Brend and Cake Baskets; Candlesticks and
Branches; Chamber and Table Candlesticks; Coffee
and Tea Sets ; Castor's and Liquor Stands; Decan-
ter Stands ; Salt Stands; Egg Frames; Mustard
Pots; Snuoffers and Trays ; large andl small Wait-
ers; Coffie Pots, separate from sets ; Sallad
Stands and Epergnies; best gold ordered Tea
Trays, with Knife, Bread and Cheese Trays, and
Bottle Stands ho match ; low priced Japannery ;
elegant Liverpool Hung Lamps, suitable for large
Halls ; Plated Astral Moon Lanp'su ; pearl, jet,
paste, gold and coral Jewelr'y ; Gilt and Steel
Goods; low priced English Watches, &c.
The above, together with recent imnortations,
forms a very extensive assortment ofrich Goods,
all of which will be sold oin the must reasonable
terms, fotr cash or approved credit. nov 7

S ODIORNE respectfully informs the inlabi-
S tants of lBoston and its vicinity, that shte has
taken shop No. 54, Marlboro'-street, three doors
north of Miss Bent's, where she intendsto keep
constantly for sale,.a complete assortment of all
those articles called l br in Mourning, together
withe Bonnets and Caps suitable fbir the occasion.-
Her present stock consists of Bombyzeens of dif-
ferent qualities, some of extra width ; French Lus-
trings 7-8 wide, a new article, very superior in
quality ; Levantines IIndia Sarsnets ; Sins4laws
Nanikmi and Canton Crapes ; Italian -and F-eneh
do ; Bombazetts ; fine and common mourning
Ginghians ; do.Calicoes ; blacksik Velvet ; goen-
tlcmei's and ladies' Worsted Hosery ; do. do. silk
do. ; silk mid kid Gloves ; Misses do. ; black Rib-
bols of all widths ; do. L'raids ; bovs Worsted
Socks; variety of wais t Clasps ; bogtops ornament-
edflooks and Eyes ; common do. ;'Snaps ; Pin ;
Buttons ; Sewving Silk ; black Pins, &o. ; vhite
Camobrickof different qualities, suitable for robes
for the dead ; leno and imitation Mouslin ; inhite
Craps; do. Lace. A few Robes and Caps will be
kept ready made, of different sizes and prices, if
it should be thought an accommodation. Miss 0.
will be in the shop till ten in the evening, and very,
early in the morning, to wait ott those who mnay
want any articles i n her line. The above'gooLs
have been selected with much care, and will be
sohll tlr ua small profit. Those who may lavotir
her with a whole families mourning will have a
discount from the retail prices. Ladies" are re-
quested, to cl anll d examine tIhe goods tor
'themselves. It this establishment should meet
with patronage, all possible pains alid attention
shall bo paid to replenish the stock wiitl every ar-
ticle called fo r, of different prices and qualities, to
suit purchasers. Gowns and Pelisses caln be made
or cut and baited, if desired. Persons from tihe
country, especially, till find a giret saveing of
time ii finding every article they wish Iat one shop
nov 7
Holland Tapes, Oil Cloths, We'sted Hose-
-I AS tbr sale, one case line Tapes, by dozen or
snimaller quantity ; one cane Oil Cloths, of su-
perior quality and hanrsonme patLerns, by piece or
yard ; a good assortIneit f Lalcies' slate and helack
WorsteCd lose, at No. 92, Court-sLtcrt, opposite
Old, Court lHouse. oct3a
TI HIS Dtay received, and aire now ready for sale,
at Shop No. 9, Coriihill-tI case elegant
LkGIIORN STiAW HATS, Nos. from 4 to
54, which will be sold very cheap for cash.
i so- extra long and.ihabit Ki ol loves; Threanl
Laces ; Ga'niture Ribbons ; Silk Plushes ; Silk
Vel-ets ; Merino Titiminuings ; figured Bomba-
zcetts ; Pelise Flannels, &c. c. enltf nov 3 ,
R EUBEN VOSE, No. 5, Marlboro'-street, ca
S few rids south of M lariboro' Hotel, is now
ultlbrinig his extensive Stock of BOOTS acnd
SHOES, at a little more than cost. It comprises
one of the nlost complete assortments ot Fail and
WVinter Shoes, ini Boston. It consists ofLadis' mlno-
rocco WValking Sihoes,iroim S1 to t 50 ; do. keid
and morocco Slippers, tromen 37 cents to S1 ; pru-
nello and Denmnark satin, i-om 62 cents to 61 j7 ;
Ladies' minoroccem Boots, fim'oi S1 iu5 to 1 87 ; real
calf-sLkin do. from 1 2-5 to 1 75 ; Men s fine
ShMe%, feroia St 15 to 1 75 ; do. Pumps, 81;
Men's stolt BooLts, 2 50 ; stout seal-skin do. t'or
WiOnter, 0, ; reai ce;lf-skin du. very stout, ._, c -
sewned oc y51. 25 ; Boy's do. from 5'2 5 .to. ." ;
!so, .,',., pair AlMen's coarse Shoes ; '2500 pair
Wonmen's morocco do ; 800 pair Mun's nailed do.
suitable ftb thIe West-lidia or Southeri mearkcts ;
500 sides Sole Leather; 50 doz. Calf-Skins ; j
do. Facing, do. ; 8i0 Sheep Skins ; Bmniing do.
&c. He swill sell the whole of his stockat these
uncommonly low prices, eptf nov 3

JOlN ShPRING, No. f, Kilb -st.eetis con-
'sttfntly receiving, direct fiom tie miniutiacto-
rics. and ohffrs for sale by the package or hpiece-a
great variety' of COTITON anil WOOLLEN
GOODS, creosisting in part of
liaroadcloths, Csimeeres, Sattinets,
Priest Clotis, l)nius, Bedt 'ickiig, -
Chant irays, (tiughalnsi.ri,
4.4 brwuie atid bleyched ShIneetings, r
3-4, andi 7-8 liroem Shirtings,
1)o. bleached do. ; Apri n Checks,
StripA Plaid, 'able Cglothis,
Tlu'eads, Knitting Cotton,
Slioes, Hats, l?'i.spc', etc.
3000 lbs. thest quality Lanieis Wool,
51e0 do. dihfere:it grades Fleece do.
50 reams Lettiril'iipei'r,
1 case Serit g Siltk, black 'and assortetl colors,
sperioe quality.C
,. Cash advanced on \trouml, and every description
ou Goodis consigned fuir sale. I
su't 2B 'ieolpoaeoptJv

H AVE received by the Lomnduo Picket, a large
aid rich assortment o0
G recian auiul Bhrnzcd Center Lmemp,
El euhgant cut Glass Ciimney do.
"Bron zed aud gilt do. do.
Do. do. Side hdo.
Do. do. Entry do.
Aill of the newest and most fashionable pslterns.
A few pais' of ihrouzed Figures, with one and
two liglhls for Nitehes, or Stair Cases. ALso-a
tfuw Pianofortes, Tomlnsi'n's make. eplm o010


T IE Bricklavers and others concerned in build-
ing, ate respectfullyV inlformd, that the sub-
seriber has coimlencedl the above business in Cam-
bridge street, here he will supply those who
will faiour him wsith their ceiusm at the lowest'
N. B. Ak.o, Grave Stones of all kinds.
If nmirch 7

pIE Copartnership of BELCHER t HALL,
is dissolved by the death of the senior partner.
I persons who are indebted to tile late firm, are
requested to make payment to the surviving part-
ner ; and those who have demands against the firm,
,to present them to him for payment.

JOSEPH HALL, would inform the friends of
the late firm ofBelcher i Hall, that lie continues
to carry on the Horse Shoeing business in its vari-'
ouis branches at the stand occupied by the late firm,
where every favor will be thankfully acknowledg-
nov 7

STUCKERMAN, Jr. inform theirfiiends end
the public, that they have formed a connexion iit
business, under the firm of
and have taken the S(ore lately occupied by Mr.
William B. Bradford, Jun. No. 4, Market-square,
.(South ofm 'aneuil Hall,) where they will keep an
extensive and complete assortment of the best
wholesale and retail, on as good terms as can be
had in Boston.
Q(CWM. II. BRADFORD, Jimun. having relin-
quished his former stand to the above firm, has re-
moved to No. 17, India-street, where hio will con-
tinue the Grocery business. oct 31

To amhjact-rers and 'Dealers in
.Smerican Goods.
T HE subscribers, having formed a connexione
in business, under thie firm of
and taken the store recently occupied by James
Clap, No. 4, Broad-street, inform their friends andl
the public, tilat they arc ready to receive on con-
sigmenmt, Cotton and Woollen Goods,of eveiy de-
seription--.lso Wool, Shoes, Hlts, Paper, &c. oni
which they will make liberal advances.
They have now on hand, and offer for sale, on
fahvrable terms, a general assortment of Domes-
tic Goots--ilso 50 bales of Cotton, which article
is intended to6be kept constantly fou tie supply
of lIactors. They respectfully request the continu-
ed patronage of their iboner customers, anid that
those who have unsettled accounts will call and
adjust them. NATHAN TYLER,
oct 10 epfGw

.A'o. 22, COR.AH'IIILL,
AVE received flrom their Manuilactory, one
hundred dozen of gentlemen's you with's and children's
IIATS, which together with'their stock on hand.
make a complete ass._|j-gt. They ofer lthenm tfbo
sae oi the most t'2aI1e terms, at wholesale or
retail. Likewise 'a m"Ao tssortmnent of Iladies' antl
misses drab and black beaver Bonnets ; clrub, black,
blue and pink Ostrich Plumes ; hat and bonnet
Trimmings ; Glovs and Umbrellas.
oct 1i ep2m

H AS 'o. 60, alarket-street, (SouTu SinII,)
AS just received from New York, and oilers
tor salec-I case Canton Crapes,
1 case Italiani do.
1 dto. f-4 Imitation India Muslins,
1. do. Cambri'c and Cambnrie Muslinus,
I do. Furn'uture Patch, of supt.ior quality,
I to. Striped Silk ; .2 do. Calicoe,
1 halc [tBoibazetts, assorted colors,
6-4 andi 8-4 Linten Danimask,
Birds.i'iye'Diaperr; 4-4 and 6-4 Cottont do.
A grv'at assortment of Silk, Worsted anld
Cotton I lose ; Silk atnd Kid Gloves, &c.
3000 yds. American Sheeling is to 2s per yd.
'2000 do. do. Shirtings 10 to 40 cts.
A good assortment of Ginghaims striped and
White and yellow Flannels.
Ai.so, Blue and black .Broadcloths and Csssimere;
Sattinets,'&c. The above will be sold very cheap
or cash. tf gaitu 1

TA A. 65, S'T.' I E-ST'IET,
jAVEI received, bv the late arrival li'omo
Europe, their Fall supply of GOODS, which they
olfer, by the package or piece, for cash or short alp-
proved credit, viz -
Botmbizctts, plain and figured ; Plaids,
Pelisse Cloths; Drab Kerseys ; Fearnoughts,
Coatings; Flamnels,
Superfine London Cloths and Cassimercs,.
Rose Blankets ; Cassim6re Shawls,
Swansdown and Toilinet Vestings,
Black, white mnid slate Worsted Hose,
Lambs' wool Hose; Irish Linens,
Brown Linens ; British Cottons,
Furniture, Cumnbricand Garment Dimoties,
White Cambiics s; invitation do.
Steam-loom and BlVitish Shirtings,
Tabby Velvets, all colors,
Rled WVoollen Caps and Cramvu:ts,
Drawers ; vorsted iand woollen Shirts,
Ililck and c hile Milinets,
Quality and Shoe Binding,
\Vorsted and Cotton Suspenders,
Calicoes, a great assortment,
9-8 Camib... ", ,,' t iu I' 1I*-I- .. :.
Carlisle (. i.., ... : Lttir.'l i I.ecks,
AMlunrning ..-,l1 P,'k G,,.t, ,e.
Jaconet Muslin ; imitation do.
Book, Leno, Fa,;cy, Mul! and Tamnubored do.
Neckerchiefs, white and -spoted,
Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs,
dras. nd .printed Peocket do ; black Silk do.
Cotteu and Silk FIag do. ; Buckrams,
Buntings ; white Jeans ; Hat Lining,
Umherel:as ; white Cottont and lack STk Lace,
Sewing Cotton ; Wirc and Linen Cambric Tlhread
Cotton Balls ; Cottonl Slack ; Silk Twisi,
Star and Union Butitons ; Gilt Coat. lo.
Button Moulds ; Shirt Wirs and Pear Bllutons,
B weaver, Doe and Dogskin Glovevs,
Fleecy do ; Kid dto.; \-orsted do.
Illick and white Silk GInves, Einglish & French,
l'ins ; Cttoi and Silk Ferrets; 'Tau1es, .
unbbins ; Velvet'Binding ; Marling I(;:invas,
Ilneck and assorted Sewing Silk,ol'excellent equal.
Silk Braids ; Crapes, assorted colors,
Chefiele Cords; grenm Bonnet ndu other Silks,
Pocket Books ; Quills; Wafemrs ; Ink P'ouwder,
Writing, \Vrapp tg end BounmBet 'l0 Pauei',
Bonnet Wire ; Led uand Slane Pencils,
All extensive assoruentu of Ribbons, pilai and
figured. -Als.o-
Satinucs, Factory Shirting and Sheeting.
oct 31t 6s)

M1athenmatical Inslrumcents, Charts,
&c. &t-.
S 'BROWNING, No. 57'Brond-strcet, has re-
ceivted by thie Ilauoun Iacket, an additional
splly of iMaithemuatici and Optical instruments,
-c.&c. Amongst which are, hirst rite IeETAL
Night and Day do.; nPokct, andl Milit:lany do.;
Spy'-glasses ; Gunter Scales ; sstecl and brassjoiet
Disiders ; cases I mathematical Instruments, firon
61 50 to SiZ5. Charts, late publications onm a large
scale of various parts of the globe, Sc.
Ou hand, of his oun MeiHauluclure, Telescope
Quadrants ; plain, douuile, and single- Tcangent
Q ruuaanits ; S. iirowni ng's high ly imnroe ted Storm
Conpasses ; best Amplitude an brass atd wsoo
Steering Compasses, with agate a!i. bell metal
Caps and brass ancd st al Centers ; brass Survey-
ors Compuasses ; wood (o. with bras's 'in.s and
Rights ; allotof wLich are warreinted of the very
first quality.
Merchants fittlig v-esis, Ship Chandiltrs, and
Dealers ae vrequestedi to call aits abovt,, to examslie
the price and quality of the articles.
N. B. Mathemalilal and Optical uInstrunments of
every Idescription cleaned, repaired, or rectified,
in Ihe best mannera', on reaiolnih le tee-is.
net 30 6%-

T HI subscriber offers at private sale, a valuable
tract of LAND, situale ium tie ceetre ofltub-
bardstui, WVorcester County, contmioiig seventy
acmes, suitable Imt Gfrazing or Tillaige. Said lan
will be sold on a liberal credit. Fur fiutthir pahe
thsulars inquire of ARCHIIAI.D IlLACK.
luhbbardisdon, Oct. 1-, 18;1. *Inp

XO TIc~.
AS established himself in Kennebunk Port,
(Me.)' where he will attend to any -bhusiness
in the profession that may hbe entrusted to.him.
Refer to
GlORtor BLAKE,Esq. U. S. Attorney,
for Massachusetts District, and
TouIrAs LORD, Esq. Merchant, Boston.
oct 10 6mn
Barrett's English Grammar.
F OR sale, by LINCOLN & EDMUNDS, No.
53, CUoruhill, a Grammar of the English LaUi-
guage, containing a variety of critical remarks, the
principal pirt of whieh are original. By Joui'
BAuETTn', teacher of thIe Greek, Latin and En-
glish Ianguage's. Price 50 cts.
k(I'V'lhis is an original and very valuable work,
and merits the particular attention of the iusli'; -
ters of English Grammar. 3m nov 6
llas received, by the London Packet, a great
variety of
Entertalinig anud Instructive Games,
Dissected Maps and Puzzles,
Colored Picture Books; Small Paint Boxes,
The 100 Wonders of the World, lit 1 vol.
All the voyages round the world, in I vol.
Pictures, Historicel and Biographical, from Eng-
lish, Scottisi, and Irisli History, by J. Galt
umthor of the Life of ,\est apltes,
Mrs. Mlorc's History of France, plates,
IRolando's Travels round the Wprld, plates,
Trimmer's Fabulous fHistory,Easy Lessons, aiad
History of England,
Scenes in Eu e, Asia, Americ and ica,
with three hunm ed ind thirty-si plates,
And a general assortment of Books for' Youth.
oct 24 tf

Old Line of Mail Stages, from Boston to
M.ontreal, .
S-EAVES Ioston ou Mondays, Wednesdays
Siand Fridays, at 7 o'clok, A. M. and arr-ives
at Francestoitvi same evening. Leaves F-ranccs-
tamn at 4 o'clock, A. M. ; mi ies t Windmeiso, amuil
arrives at Royalton same evening. Leaves Royal-
ton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives at Burliiington
saumse evening.
1/ETUi/TA ,V'G -Leaves Biurlington at 4
o'clock, A.. M. on Tuesdays, Tlnuvsd;d)s and Sat-
urdays, anda art:ves at Royalon same evenuing.-
Leaves Rlosdton at 4 o'clock, A. M and. arrtives
at Francestown sume evening. Leaves Frances-
town itt 4 o'clock, ..\. M.. and arrives in Boston at
4 o'clock, P. AM.
TO-"luns through /which it passes fritom l.oston :
Cl ilcstoeu, Mcdilfd, Wobiirn, Billcrica,
hlelmslbrd, Tyngsborough, Duinstable, Amliersct,
Mount Vernon, F'raeistown,thillsborengh, Vash-
ington, Goshen, Newport, Claremiont, Co-nish,
Windtso, (Vt.) Hlilardla, Woodsteck, burenarl,
Royltton, Haudolph, Br'ookfieid,V Willhiuatown,
Montpelier, Waterbury, Bolton, \Villistonto Bur-
lington, then by Steamboat lot Montreal.
Eachh passenger allowed thirty pounds baggage
gratis.. One hInundred andi twenty pounds equal to
a passenger. '['Te ''operectors will not be h.ccotnt-
able tfir any baggage unless recuipted for.
Stage Books kept at RILEY'S, No. 14, Back-
strmet, Boston, andi at JOHN iOtV'ARiJS; Bur-

DEAN &6ALDS / ,o icr';s
E D .M U N D L.A W R E N C E 3 ... .
F. & J. PETTIS, Prop's iom
ROliERT HAIIKER, Vielnsor tos
IHARlI' S FATSON, urlingtoc.
July 25 ept i

Leman's ntew invented Trusses
A RE made and sold by him, at the corner of Ad-
amnsand Milk-streets, Boston. The construe-
tion ot these Trusses, are such, the patient canl
lengthen or shorten tllemn, raise or lower the pad,
o bring time pressure where len may want it. They
iKewise can be adjusted to suit fur thie right or left
ide, (advantmtages which no other J russes have, mo0vc
in use.) Thise 'mTrusses arc'pronounced by many
of the mnost eminent Plhysicians of )iiston, to be the
best thu.g lf the kicnd everoltfcred the public. 'They
are sold hli appointment by J. P. \iWhbwcll, at thie
Boston Itnfirm.wuy, corner of Batleiy March and
Milk-streets, andi by Gideon B. Hl as!andi, No. 78,
Broad-street, and at no other place in Buston.
Orders tbfor Trusss, directedI to either iofl'the above
mentioned places will mneut cwith immediate alttcue-
suin. Price 7 dollars. fi'i July 2is
1'Oli/ S.LE.
SS'EAM SAW.-M ILL, and lot of GROUND,
.. situate on Point I pleasant, Kensington, Pieil.ul-
elphia. The lot, has eighty feet front on the hDela-
ware, and extends the suamem breadth, 550 tfeot
across Pl'eunn-street to Beach-street, ihaiviig Ibfu.
fronts ; one on the river, two on i'Penin-sltt'ecet, andul
one oin leacl-sticet.
The steam Engine of sixteen horse power, is in
peiclcict order. The AMil div!s two saws, and cian
saw lougs sixty-five feet in luength, whiich are drawn
from n the dlock oni t river cvby the Engine. Tihe
Mill is almost new and in eoeeiplete order.
The Engine will adnit of being applied to a Cot.
ton Factoryv, its power being sthl same wili that of
the Globe Mill Cotton Factory, which. drives four
thousand spindles and can be used for .cpin'ing or-
in any other branch. Its situation on the IDela-
ware, in the heart of time manuilicturing district
afrolds many advantages, while thLe exIloIsuIe of the
lot admits of the er;ceton olfuumnirous buildings fort
the accommodation of we5ave..s.
Thle whole is sihijct to a ground rent with lib-
elry of eotinguishnent at the option of the pu rcha-
ser. Apply to JAMES GIBhSON, or mJO1l.\
GIBSON, N-o 78,. WValhi-strieet, Philadelphia.
nov 3 ep '2m
T IE Store of the Troy C. and W. Manulacto-
ry was on lie night of' the 26thl inst. entered
by somee person or persons, and a red morocco
Pocket dook, with steel clasps, containing ia h!r.at
dr.uwn by Nathuni'l \\ hieeler, Attorucy for Troyv
C. andV W. Malnuueitaory, dated lhout the 8Ith day
of May last, m.alet payable in ten monlhs ia:dler date,
Iupon and accepted by George A. Bicknell, Phila-
ihellhia, obr one thousand dollars ; mand one other-
tdralt drawn hiv asrs.'.)mna & Co. of Putt-.
land, o0. .Iohn Smithl, of Bristol, dlted about the
15thliof this month, in vor of Oliter CIsc, anid
by hin endorsed ihr six huuhured andt sixty-two dol-
laes and 14-1100 dlts. payable on sithe 25th or t8stim
inst., with sunihly other pminers of little value cx-
cept to tihe owners. Al-o, a small canvas baug
containing about ten dollars, mostly in chalnge.-
The public are cautioned against receiving teie
above drafts, s the payments of them are sutpped.
A genera.u s reward will be given (or the apprulien-
siaon )f thie thief or thieves, and the recovery e(f
the property taken, or either.
Troy, Mlass. Oct '2t, 1821.

The Phoanix Rtestorator,
AT the cornerof Water, aud Congrcss-sltreets,
A no, in the occupation of Mr. Dudley Brad-
street, will be vacated on the first of January.--
The central situation of this house, i'.s pr.Xinmity
to tihe Post Ollice, and most of the business places
in the town, render's it a desirable establishment,
and iaq foru several yeas, insured constant cstom.n
Anmy e diiaspo(id t lease it, will apply to P. R.
DA"'I0'N, No. $2. l ulia-strceL.
.lls-a ilsh)op in t'fut'it of said Hloutse, suitable fIbr
Boo t nitker or WVatch lmakle. oct 31

T IHE subscriber informs his friends and the
public, that he has purchased the stand at Bel.
lows Falls, oi. the Vermont side, lately occupied
by Mr. Webb,.siLuate on the nearest rout from
Boston to Saratoga Springs,-which he has spared
no expense in lfittig up0 in the most genteel manner,
with every possible. convenience that can he found
in any Hotel. He flatters himself there is no
house between Boston and Saratoga Springs better
calculated to give comfort to Ladies and Gentle-
men t'nvelling than his ; always keeping the best
pprovisions and liquors that cau be obtained, within
good belds, antd every possible ttcntion--havin, g ex-
cellent accommodations i6r lh.irses. TIhe Sprigl
lately discovered oi tie premises, is deservedly
getting into. ntice ; the waters are i ound to be
highly impregnated with the sulfuatte of iron, and
has lately cured some very stubborn cases of erup-
tions of this skin. ''The subscriber intends tle en-
suing spring to erect some convenient baths. All
favors thankfully acknowledged by
Bellows Fals, .Vov 1,1821.. Smn
STOTRF N... -. ( ... hill ore of the best stands
for Retail Business, in town. Inquire of the
prIseont occupant. nov 7
I HOUSE, in north Federal-court, containing 6
rooms,kitchlen and celier-will be let or a lease
at a moderate rent. App1lyat D. 10.BADGER'S
No. 151, f-ro.ad-strect. nov7

SWOMAN to cook, and one to take eare of a
i child, in asmnall family. Inqire at the Cen-
tin.el Counting Room. nov 7
2 c.,RD. .
OHN IROULS'TONE respectfully iforins titr
6,j La, l; w d,1 Gchl.iemel olf tIis metropolis, that
thie ew ancld spacious RIDING SCHOOL, togeth-
r' with thie ainj..iming apartment, will be opened
To'-MeRliOl' Nov. 1. r School to eo;numence at
9 o'cl ck, i"id his Scholars arve requested to attend.
His terms will be mei.de known by aP)plyihl as
above. The It4-anice to the Riding School isifrom
MIason-street. oct 31
hoUSE CARPENI- 1 E ,S? fl'l.dI'ED1).
SIX or eight guol \Vorkmien ire waieled imme-
diately, to g t a iicltht)y part of South Caro-
lien. To such libec I wages will be given by the sub-
scriber, at No. 11, lVIater-strcet.
XN a family, a youig lady. with a good education,
to ilste uct children. Apply at thie Ceotine
Counting Room. ct 31

A1 .4M1JF-SEIV.AN 7'
S wanted, who cain produce an undoubted re-
commendation fbr the integrity and knowledge
of the duties of a domestic, aud is a native Amer-
icasu. Inquire atihe Centinel Counting Room.
ep3w nov 10
j BOUT 8 acres of land, with a dIaellinig-house,
barn. and other necessary utt-buildings, stand-
ing thi-eon, situale l in Pembroke, oni tie county
uroad,r ear North-river Brid,;i! ; chi buildings are,'
all nearly new. The dwelling-house is filty-two
fiet by fort', built of the best materials, and fin-
ished in a workmanlike manner, with a cellar most-
ly paved with brick under the whole, a good wellof
water, &c. The land is all under good improve-
ment, on which is a variety f fruit trees. For
beauty cf prospect, and proximity to business the
the above situation is not excelled by any in the
county ; and is equally calculated for the iman of
business, and the greutlei.ian of leisure and taste.-
The above will be sold low, and payaenit made ea-
sy. For further pairticuhars, inquire of JONA-
THAN SAMPSON, living qjn ithle premises.
Pembr'oke, Oct. 2-, 1821.

BOUT the 1st of September last, Mlrs. Sally
1 Dean, wife of Job Dean, Jr. uf Raynhlim, lelt
thle house of her father Dr. John Sanipsan, in
Middleborough, in a fit of insanity, and hio intelli-
gence respecting her, has reached her frien',ts-S-. _
tlat time, notsithstauding ehe most dilligem't in-
quiries. Sie lit h'er l thlter's, dressed in thmi
e .'I. .-. and probably without any covering for
her head. She is about 7T years of age, rather
tall and slender, has grey ey-es and dark brown
hair. She has been deranged for several years,
but has frequent lucid intervals.
Any information respecting her fate will be re-
received withll gratitude by her friends. All per-
sans aie 'requested to detain her, should she still be
living, and give immediate notice by mail, to Earl
Sampson, .Esq. Assnoliet, Mass. who will defray
any expic.se,-which may arise ;a her support.
Jiddieborouh, Oct. '2S, IS2i1. 4w

iTavern and Store to Le.t in .indover.
T0O Lease, fotbr one or more years, that conven;-
.nt and eligible establishment for a PUBLIC
I IOUSE, in the North Parish in Andover, 'near
thl Me~lting-house, which has heei long improved
as a Taeci n, and t!he last three cais kept by.
TI0tAS Ni-; wosVB.
.21'o, a S''TOE and about fifty acres of excel-
lent LAND in connection. For particulars, in-
quire of the present occupant, and Dr. JOS. KIT-
TREDGE, ;i Andover, or of the subscriber, in
Glouce-ter. JOHN IUTTRtiDGL
N. 1I. Possession given immediately.
Andover, Oct. 27, 1821. elitf
Il TE' D, .
IHlE, corporation of this city will give from this
dixy to the first day of May. t822, two d3lhars
and fifty crnts per ton for good rsund pal ing stones,
and 75 cents per ton for paving sand, and -eceive
tile same from the decks of thie vessels imnportie
thesan- into this port. Thev willalso give 12 1--
cents pet running toot for 20,b00 feet of curb, and
10,00 It t l. of giutte'r stones. The ciiurb stones,
must be no t less thane feet loim., 12 itachees eed
by 14 inches th;ck ; gunter stoiies not less than two
feet lonWg, 1t inches tviae, and 3 i ches thick.
Vew- Or'awin., .'115'i4. 1821. epinm
J-l.'Ht l"OR/t ,M]J.E.
f-OR sale ain excellent FARM, situated in tIe
il sonth-wresterly part of Hsarmailrd, Vorc'ster
County, containingsevenly acres of land, a house
an ib ar ''le latd is divi ed in tillage, pasture,

ELIAS ,''AIRIENon imIhe 'rcmisVa.
oct 6 cptf
SFEWV gent-leen Can h e accommodated with
/j Board in one of the omst pBeasainly situaled
Houses in CUourt-steet, beinUg at the corner' of
lirauitlc-srei, fi doors belowr Couccrt-lall, ou
reassnuble tcinis, withi separate roons, if" desired.
oct 2.1 If .
A CAPAt LE Carir ai il nper, ea good Fulie',
a Shcarnani, aid two iBrnad rWeavers, at
C .owninsihhls Facetors, Daimess. epiht o t 10
1T'ti ClRCUUS.
jftOt sale, or to b let, on a honcg lese, that well
I knowu buiding tihe CIRCUS, in Sieatf's lane,
f'- miuany vciirs liii)rnvicd bh Mr. loulstoue. Ap-
ply 1o J'Oi N AMo'RY,, 1o. 4, Newbury store.
sept 19 t-f
FART ofe hBrick hlonuse, at the loser ond ot
North-street, couitaiiing Partlr, Kiteliten and
two or thu-'c Cluainbers. Iuqulre ai No. 9, Unilott-
stiv'et, tf sept "'?
A'O\'1 CE.
Sr NOW all whom it tmay cormcern, that Delis,
nmmy wife., having separated herself from meii'
I will pay un debts ofl her oontractimug after this
.diibinltonr, Oct. 31, 1821.

P.iticat......c"'.catutile....cndi ,.hiscelaneau'..
Puhlislcd on I'ceh:esdces anld Salturlaysso
BENJAMIN IRUSSELL.,'Pulisher of the Lashe
mt the United St es, Printer tu the State,anu
'i.ohn)mieotmA. at his Oti11ce, s1.gress.atreet.- --.

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