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
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume ID: VID00021
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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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A COLUMN OF RECAPITULATION Proprietors of the Green Dragon WALTER'S POEMS. Tothe Hon. Sam'P. P. Fay, Esq
Artcls.romLodo pa- avern, Bost on. 9 qHis morning will hle published and for salifthy Judge of the court of Probate, in and for the
Articles from London papers. Exhibiting the General Aggregate Amount of each Desciiption of Persons in the oT ci T is here gen' that th Annual CUMMINGSei e ILbisD anti RrH- county of thMiddlesex, l in e ommonweah tof
THE CASE OF FUALDES. I District of Massachusetts, by Classes N Meeting of the Proprietnrs of the Green ARDSON & LORD, cPoems, by WIILLTAM B. Massaebusetts.
rT IIE extraordinary trial which a few years Dragon Tavern, (so called,) will be holddh at WALTr. nOv 17 HE Petition of John Badett, of Marblehead
T ago took place in the South of Prance, in UnderTen Years, .- .. - - - I 70,993 the Warren Hotel, in Schlonol-street, on TUES-- in the county of Essex, mmistrator of the
consequence of the assassination of M. Fual- OTen and under Sixteen, .... .. 38,573 D-Y, the 4th day f| 'Decermber ensuing, at 6 o'- EMOT'S INDIAN BIBL estateofSamuelartlet,, eofCui nbridge,intsai
des, and which, on account of the evidence Of Sixteen and under Twenty-Six, including Heads ofFamilies, 49,506 clock, P. M. for choice of officers for the ensuing FAIR and perfect copy of this exceedingly rare county of Middlesex, esquire, deceased, witestate
and conduct of Madame Manson, and other re- S 0 Of Twenty-Six and under Forty-Five, including Heads of Families, 54,414 year anI such other business as may come before BOOK, in neat Russia Binding, may be had -humbly shows, that the just debt, which the
markable circumstances connected with e Of Forty-Five and upward, including Heads of Familes, 38.668 25 ,154 them. By direoio of thi A'ents. at No 6, Court-street, for 25. nov 17 said deceased o ed at the time ofhis deathtogether
caemarkableen a ecircumstanceesat etm connected eate towithoftheal 11 tiny 17 J0 RN J. L )I II N" C, Prob. Clork. I with debts due for tile last sickness and necessary.
case, engaged at te. time the attention of all W Under Ten Years, ..... . .. 69,260 J- J I LIHE, rof. C tuneralSexpensesofLtedeeseddhts de forces
Europe and America, is likely to become Of Ten and under Sixteen, . . .. 38,308 NOTICE. nd taxes the probable charges of adm inistratin
again a subject of public interest, if the fact Of Sixteen and under Twenty-Six, including H~ dsot Families 5J,805 rBHE members ot the Society in Dedham, for NI, ,i r s,,l., athete1.. r,,l,., Bokstae. er STVl in said estate, with the widow's allowance, amount
stated in the following letter be true:- tOf'Twenty-Six andi under Forty-Five, includfg Heads of Families, 57,721 JL apprehending Horse Thieves, arT hereby no I- 1d l1SONS, l h er Pl t,...,1a'ry ShTn. l1, to-the sum of five thousand three hundred and fiftv-.:
'e-stated in the following letter be true :OfFort.iveanupwards, ivclndin. Head/ot Families, ., 46,171 264,265 tifed that contbrmpablc to teir directions, their '. ,l.': -.rI:I T o( ..r_. six dollars and three cents,that thevalue ofthepee'r-
TOULOUSF', SVEPT. 26 f0.Atl 1&611`4l ~1-snIilett ~ftl adce~ad yteivnot
"MoNSIEUR-heg of you to give the greatest I Under Fourten Years,. . / . ... I | nualmeeting wI b, heldAtthe oro lkdHotol ",.c. cer,.. Masahuste t.-. sonflyestateof the said dteeaed bythe inventor
publicityy to the f-allowing statements:- Of Fourteen and under Twenty-Six, ./ . . ,I680 n December ins et edhat threeoMONDAYc,thethird dayoosef thereof tiuly exhibited into th i-Probate ofice, llais
,bm4quier, who was at first implicated in t 4e I Of Twenty-Six and tnder Forty-Five 96 STrANIFOR D'S GRA tMMAl, two t'
cha qige, a.d afterwards cited as t witness i, the 5 W Of Forty-Five and pwards.officers for the ensuing year; t h n a m ; t a*d ten cents nd the .value of the real estate of
'647 3,308 tile" aulditora report, aand transact stch other bu- NI-\' ELI[ L IiON said deceased, by the said inventory, is twelve.
fortunate uahles died nt ode on the 20th of Und: Fon tee Y. *, .- /.. . . .I 969 siess as th i s aireumstanees of the Society may re- IS I' publl.ld byv T lHOMAS 'FLLS .,rld hundred and fifty .dollari. Whlerefore your te-
this month. Before Iedied he made and signed ; Of Four,,.er. rd n...,r Twentiyi., . . .. 778 qu I e. JONATHAN H. COB I, Clerk a 1.*, l at No J. 'llaov r-stu and No. .), t(ioner prays, that he may be empowered and li-
,u-A-i.tt, censedd to sells much of-the real estate oft i,,.1 ,k-
I, the undersigned, being on the bed of death, Om Fo.rty-Five and upwards,/. .78 3,43 The Ele.ments ,f Et.li-h ,'a inmlar, cased as will raise the sum of eighteen hundred
-wishing to appeasethe remorseof anyconscience, d AN E N SCHO OL d..;.,.: Ior A.; C.I Perosln. Rv s..... Sirn. and thirty-eight dollars and 93-100 besides the sunt
and to repatr. as rtr asr I am ahle,m ieuthe wous Al.ether Persons. exeindrans nolttxed, ,.. . | 8 o opened at N. 136,'Orange-street. foinlstrt r, A,.. M. A,.h,,r r, lhA.ht',l Kadir,., Men,- of twentydollars for incidental h.r. es:
I have committed, do declare before God, w o ( Free W lite g l ',w vn sixteen ud Esghtec,. | lu, ;,... in Arithmetic, W ritiA,, .,",,d G ,-,son.o,h,. b -r f. Ih. ?..,.i..-, rI,' A,.r..,I.I lt. lr.' u,:tull n >1. -JOHN ART LF. IT
-searches. myTheart and knows that I speak truth, \ ForeTgneerritd .UataI1ized, -. . .. . 3,425 I atli.pdeate, adnmalekru. .r r lci. r. Iihetn i l..r:.n : n1 1l l
that all that dposed relative to the assasshtion I Nual -rof Persons e:gad in Agriclture, . . 63,46. at the School Room. n ov 17, L..hI,,` Ii ee ,I l.. p., dr.z -1l ,-1.." -h, l. Middlesex, as. At aCnurt of Probatehold' n i
of M. PFaildesis completely f-ilse; that it was only U L k.-.-r: l.:.r i i-11h1 ne i ir.$ir.,".1 td-i..r- of Gambi dge, in and for-said county o Middlesex,
the fearofdeath with which I was threatened that [ Number of Persnns engg,(tt in Commerce. . .' : 13.301 NEW SCHOOL. P- r,' Spelling Book, at l75r perdoz. andla on the fourteenth day of November 1821
induced me to say I was in the house of Baucal, I Ntiinbr of Persois engaged in M1Ianuictur-'es, . | 33,464 .. 523,287 I ..0 ./i,,r.'rarii' Fict, l.nor .1 assornment.of School Books and Stationary Upon the petition aforesaid, this day preferred
and was present when the'body was thrown into T, R. HARDY, who has E4,.-:,uct.:.l .e.,'as.: nov 94 6w by the:abovenamed John Bartlett, administrator as
the river; and that it was only to save my life that (Copy.) ATTEST, t principalin ChIesterfI I .l .:-,\de,.I," N. I. aforesaid, Ordered, that the said administrator, no-
I made the said declaration, which I now of my full JOHN W. DAVIS, Clerk of lassachusetts District Court. inlbrms his friends and thle Ipuli..: th.ali..- .i, r ,.-:n- C UM INTGS e HILLIARD, tify all persons interested therein, to appear ata
and frie will retract, desiring that this retractation ed a School in a reirdl, plesant [anl commodious Vo. 1, CORNIUiL, Court of Probate to be holden at Cambridge, inI
may be made public at my death. ... .. Rom, over Mr. Cnllenders' store, for the itistrue 1'AVE received a new supply of ti-he a HIS- and tor said county, on thersecond Tucli,l v fJi;-.
"'Givenat Rodez, i oneof the halls of the FOREIGN ARTICLES. costed a negro, who was employed in one of Ltion ofyouth ofbpth sexs, in all the branches of .0.L. TORY OF THE UNITED rTATES."- uary next, by adnertisementof the t..-i -::.,.-p,.I,
Hotcl-ien, Sept. 4,)821, --- tne rope walks, by lqurmng, whether his ai English or Ctsie Educatioi, with. the prin- By a citizen of Massachuisellts. tion, with this order thereon, three weeks succes-
F '(Auproved and signed by Bousquier'; after [FRIo rFILXS or nRECENT PAPERS. master wanted to hire a man." (The sol- ciples of geography and astronomy, illustrated by sively, in the newspaper called the C'Uolhi.7TI
which thile registration &o follows) E- I .diers, who were mechanickA were sometimes thle globes and or"ery. Pupils in the Latin anl E. .From the Meu-York Evenig Post. Cenmine, printed in Boston, he l ast public.
This declaration, under seld was presented by AUSTR.l. viErNNA, SI'PT. 25, 1821. hired as journeymen.) The negro answered C.Schools, received at' the intermediate school LITERARYIt TELLrLENCE..-A book has been tin" tobe fourteen days, at least, before thle said
the Abbe da Seguret to the Vice President of the AUSTRIA AND PORTUGAL. that his "master wished to have .the vaULT from 11 to I o'clock, to be instructed in Penman- put into oui- hands, with a request that we would second Tuesday ol, Januauiry, when and where they
tribunal of Rodez, who, on the 21st of September, *N-theiaat-er'aaya of the month of April, an EMITi:n Ind tha t a was proper work for alob. shipor any ranch not attended to in those schools, examine itand speak of it according as i ti our may be heard concerning the same ; .anrid make re-
drew up a minute of the transaction, and ordered I event occurred at Lisbon of which thie ster.'?* This produced-a conflict between le best regulations will he maintained, and eve- J idgement its merits would warrant. It is entitled, turn under oath of ns domgs herein no said
the documCnt to deposit 11ed f t-lic ...r. h.ve .iven a" accounted The the soldiers Pbnd the ne.ro and before rlif r exertion rendered to improve the mind and the owHstoy of the niedSates, Sc. J the ourt. SAMt P.PAY, .roi.
p I hbstein a p fo e b ut pave give a" account.- the soldiers and th.e negro, and lftol'e relief ,,crt. u oI' school- .and fmlis, s cod ,,un Copy-Attest IS \ AC FIbKE Reste"
.. .. .'l a_I-V c -o' sc ....nd..m oe s ..... ..........- Copy -t-t -, 1 ', C F l f, Re ise
the deosition'a-pBresent"romallrseft .. om.s-b. then Provisional Government ordered a gen- came to his assistance, the negro was very EVAIG SCHOOL PablishedbyJohnlrentiss, p.p.279. ,
of the evidence of BacSh and the woman B," eal ? e.al illumination to celebrate the revolution severely beaten. Some rope walk men, (a- will be opened at said Room, on MONDAY, the WVehave not been able to examine with critical To the Hon. Sam'I .P. P. Fay, Esq.
ROMIGUIERS, Sen." which had broken out in Portugal, in which nmong' whom was Mr. GnAY the foreman of 15th inst. at which Scholars may be instructed' minute'ness, the contents of this little work, but we Judge of the Court of Probate, in and for the
I, 4 I illumination the representatives of the foreign the walk) came up and parted them. Mr. in any branches above. Application may be made have cursorily perused it. The subject itself, the county of Middlesex, in the CoUnmonoweakl of
EW EPDTION~ TO AFICA Courts took no part. A multitude of people, GnAT, (who was a very respectable man) at said room. -" main purpose for which it is intended, and the Massrelhusetls. -
NEW EXPEDITION TO AFRICA. having.at theiL head noted perturbators, ap- told the soldier that as he had obtained References, DR. BULLARD, character and circumstances of its late author, wlo I-HE petition [Elijah F.Woodward, of New-
His Majesty GEORGE IV. who ever holds in peared in front of the house of the Consul satisfaction for the insult, he had better go to tf DR. SHATTUCK. nov 17 Was personally known .to us as a man of genius, a .ton, in said county, administrator o the es-
consideration and takes eve-y opportunity Ge a-, .....P te Ch^a ,'Afiire. s f h; ba.r,." Te ..ler damnd him scholar, a poet, and a wit, are calculated to create tate of Joseph Cralt, late ot Newton, i s.iid cotin-
of promoting the interests of science and of General a and atIntertlm Cauargs e dulare i o h tha t for ie ane he wimu Brattleboro' Stage House. uch interest and expectation, We hre found it ty ofMiddlse. deceased, inestate, h b yse,
art, expressed his desir-e, a short time since, the Roya and Imperial Court, indulged in and said, that ",for six pence, he wouldN R.^ BLtI01,has -.esumed tile business '"'ht'L Pro-b"es to le",I a. very' useful workc for the That thie just debts which the; said deceased owed
pthat, n ,-,ed sn ed en--be, = re t every excess, and broke the windows. This drub him as he had done the negro. "-Aecon- J ol kei at is lareand w ... uo" use of schools and a convene tnul-o which at the time ot is death together wt tue cx-
plore certain parts ofAfrica,whictrborder -p- scenetookplace in spite of the military guard test then took place between them, in which T'Ilvern House in his village. Having" a ..gain put o ional recurretice may be had by any gentleman. penres and charges of administration, amount to
on Epv t, The idea was o sted in con--whch. was posted in front of the said house the soldier received a much worse beating the establishment in complete repair, e hopes b Among the many auhhoritatlve reconmenda- the sum ot twenty-six Jundred and lour dollar'
f h u-s. l rer f M be ret e arrival of the populace, and which than the negro, and went off to his barracks assiduity and attention to morit a -continuance of ons whichollow the preface, we observe one from and tweny-one cents; that the value o the per-
"sequence o t e s ess researches had removed, in order to give a free opportu- over Fort-hill, on Wheelwright's,(now Fos. thiSt patronage he has herctotbre received fiom the t P, rsidlentofl Harvard University,Mr.Kirkland, sOnal estate of said deceased, by the inventory
Belzonli1in tile latter country ,btteo bjcu a eovd nodrtogv reOpot- vriopolehshulotr eeivede from/ t ie In 1 -,ohna ,Me.of dulelhu,
A dDrhHome, of Cambridge ;and several rvt hr eofduy ehbted into tile Piobaite Office, to-
.Belzon.... in the latter country; but h bet nity of the disorders, which lasted during ter's) wlarf, swearing revenge. In about 1 public r. Holmes, o ambridge ; and several from ereofdulyexhibited to the Probate Ofie, to.
Of t e present expedition is of af nt three hours, while several patrols traversed half an hour, the soldier returned with about ( horses and Carriges funised at short no- 'ece pt o M n Acadenany, other dis. e w hat has since come to the hands of.
character from tile, pursuits of that Gentle- [ din3SiCatlresctons seventh ofihe tshllt cmraodes wheo came over te e"holars i Massachusetts. A, letter to tile sid administrator is one hundred 'and ni]ety.
maninasmuch as it is the discovery, not of the tleety in all directions. seventy of his comrades, who came over the the author iom the Rey. F. Foster says," 1I have five dollars and seventy cents ; andthe value of
ponderou monuments of Egyptian labour, O. the followin.gday the Charge d'Affaires hill huzzaming, armed isth pipe staves split :. FLAGG examinedyour History of-e United States' and the real estate of said deceased, by the said it.vun-
but of the remains of Greek and Roman edi- of his ImperialandRoyal Majesty represented into bludgeons, which they obtained at .. .. 1 r 'L'.R-, E, ,,, am happy to say that in my opinion, you have se. tory, is nineteen hundred and seventy dollars.
ices,hc h 'emis G co creek a s c Ate what had happened to the Government, and a Cooper's shop, and made the attack with AS.l i "d .. ..us, -l other, lecteo, suct h facts as are most profitable to be VWherefore vy,ur petitioner prays, that hlie may
Eachi i cnjetuedar scttrekinow1nooer, Stheetile I o elnqisealeohenpactceekowebytharsid enlicensedidreatd henob sellvd alsolcesedtosel o omchof'h,,
-if ent par s o. co t whch demanded a sui table satisfaction and the pun- great fitry. Each party was brave, and in- t h.. ,- .i ... knowb y... ., the y r tg gener ilatiop, and related the licensed tosel so m of
s re t arti of Liyat-a c. nry which ishment of the guilty. But instead of fulfil- trepid, but the science in this.kind of warfare, chotieoepr ,n .. e .t.. ", ip" 'd perspicuit) of style which real estateof said deceased, as willraise tisui of
Ilie eerethaolslt 9 t / Ough oCaatrz awr eindfrthet tivn torhn drd-li ih olr w il
.t s -l ..... v e a d f- ling this duty, the government replied by a which'the ropewalk men had obtained in Hedos this fro conviction resultii,, from the glttoharacterize a work designed for the.use twenty-o. r hundred d eight doars a fiy
t ey b ...."c-ln t s declaration, which, taking it in the most fa. their" Pope Day" battles, gave them a de- practice of manyveaurs i this branch, that'the T ok" 'close so- t sea 1
_, en e i ex pl or eI vorable sense, only proved its inability to cided superiority, and in their pursuit of the management ol the teeth, and the diseases of part s rating questionsA talcharges. ELLJAH .. OODWAD.
te G e, wh as een chosen by mntain public tranquillity. The Charge d soldiers,,haltedon Fort-hill, and gave three ineditly connect with th, which g rally eitleth tistowry geoaUnitedl tatespeuli eliI ddlesexs. At a Court of Probate, hold, at
The Gentleman, who nas b~enencosen It briteit ,"n talstt the 'or.Intime, I doubt nott this -,"-' "",
Covrnmenw ya Affnir rep orted the ir mst ncesto his cheers, in token of victory, coe i the career the Snrgeon-Deu t, ,",lteresting work, will make its 'way i.toor.t.0lls Cambridge, in and for the said, count- of Mid-
,,,,,,,,, ,,,,: ), ,,, ,.-,- .^ ....... _. -. .,,, ,, = ,ta : Afares reprt d the c e.tmtne ^ ^ ^ ^^s^ ^ .to^^^^^^^^ hi hc,3 ... cciin, tlsm orf-wclplyumdaketsowa-<....... o ~~o te thrct day ofambbeud
............. r'" i henoise of "e shouting and uzzaing qte ex lusive ateti on oftte prac tone. by tie side hlply and Sampson.. .
e-.l ~k-- + i,t~J-; _, -!. .- i-mr Te. ... -an -y h sdol_ch. udS- lo "dlesex, on the thirteenth day of NovemberA.-"
% -1 -n._ '- '. H /i s i m l .. t '1 1 'Y ,' e r ae n & .s I r..' o n a ., a nde x t en d e xn-e .f. n o v -,-. 1 8 1
:Beech,-, manyn 3e.,rs eerveLit. l-lt. .1 I f?, r "t tI oe "t -r r s ",'In .n I Icasea,whe'~c r il: civt stanceTceonnect-" 4. I. 82 ..
Bee. rnn ) Seret tomed to permit ll.t lose rules otthie l :,wof oity of thr.-e It a distance. At that time, Mr; n, -.es,- where c.cmstac connect- Upoon the petition aforesaid, this da- rrede
the English Consul to Egypt, and the con- ..o utde the ,-emis of which the p "TAOWL w n randlath r O ..... sr w m them mayv require it, 'Dr. F.ill asord "r- l .-1 rl,. -rB---, the above named E>i ...... "oodwlpr ed"'
t \ "tf nS i h i n I..; ; nation, undr te ,^ f 'hich the repre. o ,AL--OW'LL, (grandfather ofth.e present Acd- h iitaLne oradvicegratis. IL .LAM ,r ROBINSON, -y the abic iarn ed Elijah F:1yolal "OO w jr',--
atgrit eomnpann1f1 ezoni, inehs lt i-r ..rmnt..epacd....IL~oza. '". .. .
stant companion ot M.. Be "on .his latein-" sentatives of other Governments are placed miral 1.uI.nowr.I., in tile British navy,) own-d issta .... : d 13I ete, nr "tn ed, that the said Woodward notifh sli piersos in-
fIS hlearee rin his.States, should be lost sight of in foreign and resided in tke hiuse in Battery-March. (rDr. P. proposes, in the course of the *ensu- Proposes to punlish bytsubslipon- a new and im- rtoldhen o "nto .a ar sad robu,
Admiralty hive also afforded every assistance 1C.I.03D.F rpss ntocus ftees-Pooe opbihb uiu pinanwadi-t elodnti ...I,
Sther poe advancthe obj f thi countries, and being by no means inclined to street, now occupied by Mr. Goonimen, near ing winter, to give n concise course of lectures on proved edition of a Dictionary ofArts and Scien. th c.. 1 an n' r s t. y ndcouy-,
i their power to advance l ject o ith recognize the weakness of a Government as which hlie also owned a ship yard, about where the Structure anid Diseases of the Teeth. ces, in three volumes 4to, containing one hun- ti enteofn th o.reon peiiny wet't oder




jngs thtembis he account ottaoyage tua But the reply expected, in conse- and other athletic mechanics in the. neighbor- their Room Fanuiel Hall. B reputation, executed withi skill, felicit a unu sucee ll:said,ln~ Co rt. .-r
cwlchethe public are in possession. the valid reason for the raken by thee Charges,' hood, (whostands the Combrawny arms could wield a Lnov 10 ep)n Hlld, 1 Au. 1S1. Thean, tl.had longeravins by G. G ltc h sn, 1r P F' y, uthefa


vessel s m tended to sail round the coastland A re conformably to the order he had re- club, with as much dexterity as an Highlander P.he subriber is informed that tohrS BnuK, tiona, or Arts anl Sielcets in' a c;mndious CCop, Attesth IesAA FbKE, Rislsther.
o w ai trponheet epdit~ior, whc~h ill only i t dOelai-ed from week to week. couldmana hi badsword) all ran ta rs s it ls < tt w a rm, suliciely s ilt l HE Comin 'ssiotr anoel, hinted t Bs-



sistt talEvoyre bedng also arrived inLisbor. soldiers was not doubted, abu accord 1 0'[ work was first pubise in yLd Piobte of Tonlls, p casor to he fi"ti bavsat ui .e ,
Tripoli, tothe Bey of which a coamunica- new'ed the same coplait; and finally, there e prepartions were made to repel !lnother at- Hays*" In addressing the subscriber (bv frtee let. conc~ise view of the present state of e v riou to reev and exmemethen* l claim)s oi! the cs edlitors
tio ind to boe ofi theLieu ten aintshowern- appeared on the 13th of August, a note trom tack, whichI was expected, and in wh ch they ters) you can obtain further informniioni-nnex brnuches of huan> o e w no a m Cost to llhc estate ot
on ta bee ofsp te Le tens w e to insist upon a p erfectly r Foreign Affairs, w ere no. There was ae shouting of the tlittle necesr followingoer(s ieae reit t he s t0ral c t t8s7i h 1 CHAtLES HENRY TenkE,a,
engaged under rapt. Parryi. the ladsteNorth-egetter astenri ved wo dhastwo ounies, I 806zAd1haslade "Ond un tareptesaidnso nd sx mofhb gll ow-




era Expedition, and the same Oi.cer, from tion; and in case of refusalnd to demand his south, aud several wood wharfs, on all vhllch !on seleelfen p directed to tile Government of AT enlarged edition ilok18;3ad e4, aLud wow. anldhemI ttin a e
rs cnry t wc O t th General Tuyll, the Envoy of see sol employed hardy laborers, who,; I the TtowInan aecea a a ntdcry u snd tmm toth rto ak u de ar n o at hi lasto r
whose drawings were execned the engrav-Othe Cout of ussia ahlo delivered to the street, (then called Cow-lasne,) which inclos- ROPOALS will bo e received for building at rludents olefr This a wo a n totac aiu JESi DUNrAt ,
of Cyr ica 311k ma sea The rme w Portuuese Mniste a noe, inwhich e de.ed th fInl tweemeanw timesQuthe Kiang arrivedl ineetnPor.uetogetheritowithtethee toackwsmitthse kslf aea.amontheE -ullAJAM J0" om rs
ings that embellish the apeount of that voyage tugal. But the reply expected, in c onse- and other athletic mechanleds io the neigbbor- their Room Fanuio l lh atll reputation, executed with ,tkill, m eliciti.anc success.





of which the public are in possessions he eThe As 0e, ne p tenbe th nchar, i oe (hos debane armso ebtaied a n tilu.tnt tbo wo w i o ie te Id e (i! n t OEe'L P. P. FAY, .hasteo trob te.
IICopy,1nIthsA,'ISAATlahhllg, ittD efer.






northern point of te coast, called Thycus orderAffaito secure himself against th e order respon- luimph ov er an idle, inactive, enervated, Hig and either f the subscribers. inrme or ther ed r to monthats fro s hinaryo rtrrsnt, anattlScicats, in c)pendius






Promontorium, fow Cae Rasat, was Apollo- sibility, to suspend immediately his diplomat. mntemperate, though brave soldiery. EL oHU CUTLER, i boadsndthat a ,.rav, suf pficetlvcapvolume the subscribers, who are commissioner to receive
to w ait upon the expedition, whi h will only ceived, wanto leave hifro Majesty the King of The effects of this rencontre was seen in JAMES WIGHT, towards letsbornhise Committee. ;h a te f dsifnse, CperiNtu ini si an. teamine all claims against ile estate of sid de
heoroeed so far in the interior as will be co- During C court, and to await the further or.e s the countenances anr conduct of theb soldiers, AP NER JOHNSON at ae i E istt o We h obisot cd w met for thet purpose atthe office ofy







a little inland : it wae founded by Battus ders of his Imperial Majestyn the next and following day, who looked venom fli t ton, Nov. 1 ev, 1s1. design till have a reasonable smire of patronage i ,S u thel J. Garn Wikesn s; Roxbuy. ., olthe 8ofl
who ise thither, a L lce naoniancoldny frog The two Envoys accordingly left Isbon on glance on the inhabitants, especially those EMOVAL. Boston aod the vicinity. p ov d a ltof s&-c.nbtletc Z'lok
Thrarie ofthe blades and the kinr the nvoyd, witbeng also arrived in Lisbon ute, and worth wile rsuspAetny one to nacon ned in ke TaOMA1a e to the benoe by ot HrsLad txhbitin g a aACm', but
o the coast the expedition ils rome TheEnvoyof his Imperal and Royal Majes- were friendly to the citizenspel anodvised therm to Portrait and d ntliure Painter, 'AVI FtANCIS, or in, N. 12,18t1.








ApDion, and was formed by that nation intoit ty has transferred to M, Borel, who remains remain at home on MOnATr EVF.sIN, as re- ff AS removed tfrom No. 50, Cornhill,to No.47, NjJo.90,.tYEWEETY, STREET, I^OTICE is hcreby 2given, th'at tle
roi ee h rni at Lisbon in the character of Consul-General ven ouldthen be taken. ewburystreet, corner of Summerstreet, a s received, by the London Packet, a toreet eesubscriae hf lno
oth e se of i i appeared on a the 13tha of August, a note trom tack, wierh wasserxpected n Sunday which te tvlees) you can obtain further inor att-alnex bran i n It han o e, totlas wi e st
.Poe>S ^^ an ote mattersS cocrigAsra u.ta n ftermnhd^ ,*, ^A,*o^ ^ ^ ';A nof^^- S e'fS ? HO N'RY^ TUINS,,
to the east of this stood the fifth city of an- ects .Forei but as hwer e body appointed. The shownt was sup- ING SCHOOL fory L to she te right of the heirs, des irable cte tBoo theEngsread al d, late of Cilt i siE count MidLese,
t oent Cyrenaica, calledDarnis, now Derne. e Death of Betergam i posed to be only a ned Baron Stur- soldiers, issuing from the rsak-ya o ior young Gentlemro th o ibe ; as but a m;l ThAe 100 Wonders ofthpa Wo 1ivIo ry,rpeet edees test as tl ih a ll uow
South offMarmasica (before mentioned,) Em r to execute the instructions lie had re- number of more than threthe huMondeday eve- number of either set w i be take, early applica- would ha vnoresu n pere a rlad is.n 1 G eta ug s s t e
which our countrymen will visit, and in the were all uch astonished to hear of the fe w A BOSTONIAN ton will be necessary, s some of the number are Pictures, Historical and Biographical, an E-. t e r i le l a
midst o the sands of the Libyan Desert was Queen's death r it was indeed sudden. 1dea But h; LbytheJnhe usual term of contmp, ertresheI in tforniyenas Ahepresents to tesee whayt ot as lhSct ; and inesitork, sryt. w o G rlt the same; ate all a trsons int al o les Mack, il l
b e in teow ard sed.rbArc e\, Ea oN Sgv e[teal ar m .p oses i iu te n d ,.dl, fi rst a s ia b o o k o f re fer e nice a n d S e- S citu ate fr om i 3 to 6 o 'c io ck 1P II o f th e la st


















a small and beautiful spot, refreshed b will you not likewise be surprised to hear those days, by the cite of Boston, toward the Brit- store, an usa aove directed. 6t tct 27 author ot the Life of West pates, tate are ardll-d upon to make payment to
streams, and luxuriant with verdure, in whiici that the famousyM. Bergami is also dead ?- ;l e dy aitroriotuat t TO My UFACTURElS. oan leta ou y 'IHO1ay AS aOdAN, ne.
ood t h e Temple, so celebrated in antiquity, The Queen died onralt he 7th; he died on the soldiersulled down theOR sale-a Mill Seat, situated in Griswold, Trimmer's FabulousHisto ryA c n h S te o r, l s,










of Jupiter Hamnon, said to have-been found- 10th with a complaint in his bowels. I first *rV TU MAT in New-London county, Connecticut, on the History of England, -' ay es'nsan r t" GIDFONS IFOSTER, ol Charlestown.
ined by Bacchus, in gratitude to his father Ju- heard it reported in this city, a and haelivered to the street, (then called Cow-lane,)L road leading frm Groton, Norwich-port, Prewhicinclos- RScenes in Europe, Asia Amric, d f restown, o. 13, 121.
piter, who appeared to him, when perishing Pormed on my vinis it to the Villa d'Este, on the ton, (trouh field, where now standsQuicy-place. pbl Griswoleei) to Plainfield, and a few wi three uinred Andhirl s nt TLIIA J h i t l
with thirst, in the form of a ram, and showed LakeofComo.hat under the present circumstances, The ropewalkmen pulled down the fenOe. 23. rods south o the road from Lisbon and tim we tt And a general assortment of Books forouth .
hi a fountain. Here was the Fons Solis, ed, and it still belongs to her, or at iples recent- the oppostisdein Pearl-street, when bo thsa the Oth December next The undert- stanuse to theconredcrAndotseloOAnother Mail Robbery. City to Voluntown nd is hereby iven, thatthhode-Island; 10 miles ot 24 f










whose waters iere cold at noon and ht at her executors." Tk will be seen by the following letter from e aoetTc e fnrnsh it aplr f the aterias convenientLierrth Curiosites &nn l n tn eon ssan ENtY TURNER,
night. Here also the en e the sp e ly dslosed, and the measures announced by parties rust-masterd o f Fayetteville, that there idencq-cm n ual in-i f gre o rhedrktOhe mahter in T ,chnieotheali p rtofte eai w lln-Pltoon, mari-










racle, so difficult of access through the Liby- MISCELLANY. h. e been a thirkrcbbery committed on tliT: river, w ith lof9ta pemne;t in lomw. 10 large ancurs t1I;o "* d -se, d has iokn> upol leimel> that
an Desertshand which was consulted .Nt by Alex- Po tgeey.nment Mailtof the United States e t:- ing the water 2om 5 to miles and forming one yiest. folio- neinawi anh's erist Wenrel alt est-talt- be fOtx bnris tcheoty laf dwrt!, AtrpAa-r










ande th Gret after a emoral a ndsdan- eolctosO B SOiR DEA SPaOSTO C cl p ev ble lbo 19n ot the mostasteisdy and lasBn pondal it l le count- cyclopcilia dAsteid-U01i 1ac. DImrtsd en s as a" !;o ll'*' lmans upon llr cs.. ilthbeo. ad
regenerallyursuposed tok hae ofxwictasmte Reolotin of DE aAItm n }ASMSo~~pr^ ^^ *^ihasaiu n el tndCnl ,-ic.b ars yWllb;aHie^ oh ^^**L*****lc*~'- *I1,'1t,'
ated t o posterity, is the ram's Corn upon the oi. y o'ssisr, Nt. IV. p dse tiat I just readied hoie in time to taka t y d m colunney wva ter snffiient for almost any NtwuYrrk and Edintbitrges dstyo-Law hpookst of ting deeaeraIpr eIsencd inisoltet d has bee re-pn -











head of that Conqueror on numerous medals. liN my communication 71 one, T mentioned measures for the apprehension of another set of de- poernd now operating A ru y ot Mill Stones, Bacon, Blacks-one, Jacobi, Burns, i. (The i tCc(ntESy''fNri tra'r
Tse Efpfditnon wl efthecbsewlieved cn led os tr y rein tscenueontheYankeessy-otI amineda tripos- Mloi ao e areithex bre st Lyle,77, Stiepntci e 8
fray beteep ort nhatanty, ad tnsek Bro. welt knownCo hel el, e r t OTICE is hereby given, that the
n ow Tolometa. To th gaint of the extreme soldiers, an account of which was related to er, sin a emeh t he te mail was c, open The d tri- is 3 eng s, and in the abovm perfect repair.- ces far a,|istnnl below, y G oins ,cie (uctiwonedor two onth ubsefb: on the fith current, and aiis-












must loet lthea Iglllnsn dd: ivn% me, shortly after the event, by one who was packetsfor Chaleston, Savannah, e.all (ecepdt This is the I rat Dam ev..r erected on this stream, at theullff,. or Cash or' clxchg.1 0 SottH tr*at i to the; es tc 't~lI.I RE
a ai nstw o n' ot the.H J~ dla u n e otI I all .n eyetwitness. Tne S onened andvi lt ersysatteed nt heroi AE. 1" moean asth e ntr h< s b een Ihort o stie 6 vi:.. (-e alo;,n',,,ex I r *'" i- II ~ ii.E
Capn o r then, point of the coast, called Thycus order to secure himself against every respon- ump over an idle, inactive, enervated, and either of the subscribers. subscriber, via ew- t ofReadi, in t iecon ol i wx C- t. ad all prs nb hsl <-
srmnoimnwCp aawsAol.libility, to suspend immediately his diplomat- intemperate, though brave soldiery. ELIIJU CUTrLER, r tor their excellentiwr.Teprc lav lu e stheulscrihers, -ho are commi~ssioners to receive





























Captam Gee 16 Mr. Gell 16 SELL. Sw is, Esq. On the west side of the volt, City Post Ofic, or calling atthe premises. man, deceased, estate, and Ins tker11 uxm' him- t are calluI upon to 1ak ,a" met o.
Cap tain Marshal 14 Mr. M eredith 14 streIet, stood four lear five hisrope walks, extend. S. CA tOLIf. cAirncnsroe was 19. EfSHATI. ABEL. ilsta rust, boivinn bunds as th !a n oirce claims.agai*,st .lheestateol's!id.-.
SCaptaMKean 4 Mr. Jones 12 ing frortugal's ur to the ur lower end of urther or- the e countenances and conduct of the soldiers, than. 9 00NSNt. 1821. 12w Al pager sns havindpermandct etpo n the estpof the c'sedlvi. l-meetor th uI.o, 1 tho1.














Onp n es ^r- e 2 5street, whichA were all burnt in 1794, On 0 o" # r -obo r^ le., I Dra Ito I said deceased, are.".quired to exbit tme seme TO hlE E, At- t
Sthe port of Cyrene, that city being situated wa ut open, and tat particular bg tken nd last English Edition. We o h e Mr. Robinson's a '.SE, lsntl si niin t ar-
who led thither, a Laced emonian British soldier of tho 29th regimentolonyfom The two Envoys ac-cordinglyleft Lisbon on geane o' the inhabitants e especiallythseE OV.oto m e 1y sp r cen ou. cH ,e .. t
Ihrooi the 22d, with all their diplomatic suite, a17d whom they suspected to hbe concerned in the N" C < g 7
Thron e of tierw ycar d esbequ anhdt the kin- landed on the 2d of September at. Falmoutth. affray on Saturday ; and those of them, who I TIM S W R S FOR CHILDREN. SAMUFl., J. GARDNFRJ
dni vsatrad euahdt h o -_.RIoxburt, Mv.12, 18&21.
m a~l s by tile last of th e P tolem ies surnam ed T e E oy f sI m e i l nd o a M a e w r f i nd y ot e ti n a v s d th m t' P or tra it a n d ,M in ia tu re P a in ter, D- A V ID F R A N C IS '
...pinan ws ored y ha ntin nt aty has transferred to At. Bore], whorean rennthoe n-on.xx aa remains rmainnathomeionomoo. 50, Gnrnhilla to ./o. 4,d9 U, .1E 11-11U.1? S~ I2, TC scey ieta~h
-provi nde washformed yt.Theaepeation winto at Lisbon in the character of Consu-Gnrl venge would then be taken. tr ewbury-street, eorni'r of Su nmer-street, Nas receiveS, by tiole ndouPacke,a ret -'. N suIb iscr herehsbee nyappivntedthatetile
expo~eth veties f t; hih ae uppsof Russia, the charge of all commercial affairs "Thle soldiers asserted on Sunday moni, where hi hopes to merit at continuance or that pat- vaity~of to helswill an etaeto
an ohr ates onenig utra sb-taton f herme hddid orfIa ning I.Entertaining and Insilltuetive Gmues,
rxlietdvsie fiwihaespo.onage, with which he has hitherto been fatvored. ETertinngSndRnsruciv Gan,
a it iyo n eT. F". intends opening all Afternoonn DRAWT- Dissected MaJps and Puzzles, late of Chariestown, ill Ilic county of* Middlesex,
epsilto reaiunr the eame of thisin;od jects. ---- but as the body was never showin, it was sup- ING SCHOOL fbr-'voutg Ladies. Alson-an Eve- Colored Picture Books ; Smal'kl Paint Boxes, Innholder, deceased, testate, laud has Inkken uioou
cient Cyrenaica, called Darnis, now Derne. -PDeath of,,Bergami. pse to be only a pretence to justify the ann- Ining S8h110d for vomirg Gnle(Isht t in ~lThe 100 AWoldet's ot'the lWo, h, ill 1 veI. himself that trust by giving bonds ,as the hiw di-
South of Marmarica (before mentioned,) -Extract oa aLetter.-'(MIrAN, 9EPT. 5. We hin scrNE which ensued on the Monday eve- n m"er"f :". il e taken, early aptlilena- All tlie voyag-es round the %$'rid, in I %ral. reets. All ipersts'having dellnautts upnn thI,.- es-
which our countrymen will visit, and in the were all much astonished to bear of tile 'ing following. A BOSTONIAN. lion will be nenessalvy, asosme nf (lie number -are Pictulres, flistorical land Biographi cal, f' n Etg- tare (o the said deceased, art: required to exNhibit
midst of the sands of the Libyan Desert was Queen's death : it was indeed sudden.,I But 0 Lobster, was fthe usual term of contempt, expressed i oktne nlshv irete.6tlt 7,author tthe ife o:1)( \Verst Flustes, AI h lme -ad:llprosinetdt tesi
a 'small and beautiful spot, refreshed by will you riot likewise be surprised to hear those clays, by the citizens of Boston, towards tile Brit. kdorO tate are called upon to inake panynent to
streams, and luxuriant with verdure, i hc ha*h motM eg~m sasoda ihe uso 'lflders;andth itizenuseof the on ina latepriothat. 'TOVAX FAC M.rs.olano'srae'sHstory of rane % llol)ae,'lates.ta h aosM egmii loda _!i oder n iectzn fodoi ieroa r.Alr' itr f rrcpltsTOA OONr
stoodetheuTemple, soacelebratedtin antiquityeT.eTQueen/died onCtheE7th;,he.diedIonOtheA. ofODanvers 5 -
OR nd'.salavlst'undthN\o "dplte, oDnIrs_ "''
tod te Tmpl, s clebate inant 10th, T itheaQoen aiedtounthe ishb;wels.Idi rsonthe" .O ae aMllSasituated it, Griswold, Trillmer's Fabulous iistorv, Easy Lessonis, and or to GIDEON FOSTER, of Chalpistown
of JtupiterHammon, said to have-been found- 1t ihacmlit uhsbwF.Ifrs Y E M I S2in New-London count),, Connecticut, oil the History of E,)gland, /rlto, ".1,18.
ed by Bacchus, in gratitude to his father Ju- heard it reported in this city, and bad it con- BY THoaISd,,,,; leading f~roma Groton,- Norwich-port, Pros- Scenes in EauropeAsia, America, and Africa Curetw- lv 3 81
piter, who app-eared to him, when perishing fimdo.yvstt heVladEto h ton, i(tlirou.h Griswoh)Il) to Plainfield, andl a few with three hundred wal~ thirly-six pLittes, N O" TICE is hereby givenl, that the
w ith thirst, in the form of a ram, and showed Lake of Como. Tlhia; is where the Queen liv- V11? G LA1d' P ETER SBURvG, Nov. 23. rods outhIof the road from Lisbon and .1ewiett A lid a geuCral assortintntof Booksfor Youth. .L Suatbscriber has bccn duly alppo'ittcd :irminis.
himi a fountain.tHere was the Forts Solis, etl, and it still belongs to her, or at least to Atnother ,Mail Robbery. City to Vnhuntown antd Bhode-Island; I0 miles ot 24 tf tao l ieeqt ;
whose w aters w ere cold at noon and hot at her executors." I" w l b e n b h ef l o i g' e t rf o from N orw ich. 2 eastern 'ly :aid inptile strocran from _'ator_ .the-e ac__
.-. FT wl b se b te oloin lterfrm Jewcett City,- 5)from [Plinfirlda i nd 5l rino rov- CrP'Literaru Cvriosqitic ,,1-1i CHAlil.ES tIENRY TURNER,


{FQUR DOLLARSper ark her
$2 in netwince-12& cents in (k*


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No. 3928


Sf BOSTON, (AMassachusetts,,' SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1821.


a(ljIN THIS PAPER THE LAWS, RESOLVES, &c. OF THE UNITED STATES, AND OF THIS STATE, ARE PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.























Dy the President of the U. S. of America,
A PROCLAMATION.

WHEREAS, by an act of the Congress of
the United States, of thie third ff March,
one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, so
much of the several acts imposing duties on
the ships and vessels, and on goods, wares,
and merchandise,-imported into the United
States, as imposed a discriminating duty of
tonnage between foreign vessels and vessels
of the United States, and between goods im-
ported into the United States in foreign ves-
sels and vessels of the United States, were
repealed, so far as the same respected the
produce or manufacture ofthe nation to which
such foreign ship or vessel might belong, uch
repeal to take effect in favor of any foreign
nation whenever the President of the United
States should be satisfied that the discriminat-
ing or countervailing duties of such foreign
nation, so far as they operate to the disad-
vantage of the Umnited State, have been abol-
ished :
And whereas satisfactory proof has been
received by me, under date of the eleventh
of May last, that thenceforward all discrimi-
natilg"or countervailing duties of the Duke-
dom of Oldenburg, so far as they.might ope-
rate to the disadvantage of the United States,
should be, and were abolished, upon His
Highness the Duke of Oldenburg's being duly
certified of a reciprocal act on the part of the
United States:
Now, therefore, I, Jm sas Mosnor., President
of the United States of America, do hereby
declare and proclaim, that so much of the
several acts imposing duties on the tonnage
of ships and vessels,'anl on goods, wares,
and merchandise, imported into the United
States. as imposed a discriminating duty of
tonnage between vessels cf the Dukedom of
Oldenburg and vessels of the United States,
and b-tween goods imported into the United
States in vessels of the said Dukedom of O1-
denburg and vessels of the United States, are
repealed, so far as the same respect the pro-
Oldenburtg.
Given under my hand. aItthe City of Washington, this
twenty-seeund day of Novembher. in the year of our
Lord one-thbusand eight hundred and twenty-one,
s aid the fomry-.sixth year of the Independence of the
United States.
JAMES MONROE.
By the President:
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS,
Secretary of State.

MAIL ARTICLES.
'EW.'YORK. zxw-YOsIH, NOV. 27.
SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS.
T HE first session of this body will com-
mence on Monday. A quorum of both
branches will unquestionably be convened un
that day. It is intimated, that in the first
business the House will be engage l in, the
choice of a Speaker, a lively contest will
take place, and; p'tobably, a scene or two of
the dram .of the last Congress be' repeated.
Mr. Taia'o., -of this State will be one of the
candidates, and the ability and impartiality
with which lihe discharged all thie duties of
the chair, in the most stormy times, are goen-
erally acknowledged, and increase the chan-
ces of his ultimate success. [The nbility,iinde-
petndrnce and impartiality with which sdr. T. has
presided over the proceedings aofthe House, are
acknowledged; but he is considered .ac Clinto -
Man in politics ,; and if n I acy ju-ddge of awhat
she condttct sf the Anti-Caiutonian s -will be in
Congress, by their proceedings at home, a large
majority of .Ir. T's colleagttes will vote against
him; which, "with the popularity of fr. NEtsos,
(who it is said will be a rivil candidate) with
the southern members, very much, we think,
lessen the chances of i'lr. T's reelection.]

Another State Dfmtulter.-Major GORnoNw,
the late Treastrer of New-Jersey, on exami-
nation of his accounts, has been found a pub-
lic Defaulter, in upwards of $16000; which
he has been expending "he does not know
how.". His sureties, who are only liable for
510,000,have petitioned the Legisla!ure,to be
released from even this responsibility ; whied
reasonable request has been refused. A Tren-
ton paper remarks, that the whole cf the de-
f.lcation has not been disclosed ; and that it
will probably exceed g24,000 ; as the Treas-
urer, before the m meeting of the Legislature,
borrowed bf echl of the Banks in the State,
S8000, which was carried to the debit of the
State in those banks.
NOTE. The oll State of Massachusetts has frequently
bLicn called upon in certain paspers to change ler epresent"t
rul-rs for those oftt character similar to those jn her sister
States, oind therelyauttii ain honornble rasik in the great
Jnmily of the States. It is I r lted that the Exhorters to the
eligaig do not mean to extend it to those Functionaries who
suaperintend the money concerns of the Peopse !-If they
do, one might readily imagine, t ht tl ieirequtinl oceatereant
ofevents similar to ,h above in thie Statesatliudcd to. a mI
ihe rensiliseence" of what occurred, in Massachusets in
181s3-would inducesueh a esesuihtuing People as lie Yin-
hees are known to-be, to liesilate a little before they make
a change so recommended.

The Sea Fox.-The pieces of plate for
which subscriptions were raised in this city,
to be presented to the Captain and crew of
the Johni & Adam, who s:ved lthe four seamen
from she wreck of the Sea FOK, have been
completed and fore arded to Philadelphia.
Twelve pieces of plate were procured, viz. a
Tankard of two quarts for the Captain ; a
Pitcher of three pints for the first mate; a
Can of one quart for the 2d mate, and nine
beautiful pint Cans, one for each of the sea-
men, executed in a workmanlike manner, by
Mr. J. W. Forbes, Silver Smith, of 92 Broad-
way. Each of the pieces bears this inscri-i-
tion-"Presente-i- to (giving the name) byy
the citizens of New-York, for his exertion's n
saving four seamen from the wreck ef the
ship Sea Fox, Octcber 30, 1801." They are
to be presented at the Aferchant's Coffee
House, by Samnel P. Cope, Esq. of Philadel-
phia, assisted by Caommodora Bainbridge, in
behalf of the citizens of New-York. An in-
teresting view of the wreck oif the Sea Fox
painted in Philadelphia, may be seen at our
Custom House.-.N'ew-York Com. .idv.

From tie Je'w- York American.
The following letter from Miss Wright,
the author of" Views of Society and Manners
in America," to a gentleman in this city, is
published at her special request, it will, we
think, satisfy tlae most skeptical, that a per-
son so ready to acknowledge iend correct an
unintentional error could never have been
guilty of knswinigly misrepresenting any
thiling. The anecdote, here alluded to, we
have, as far back as September last, noticed,
as being- true in its details, but erroneous in
the names of the parties; the occurrence
having taken place on board the John Adams,
Capt. Morris, an.I nt on board the President.
It will be satisfactory also to thie friends of
Capt. Rogers, of thie James Mounroe, packet
ship, as well as to limnself, to find that Miss
WVrigiht has so entirely .acquitted hin oif any
share in this error.
From .Vhies II i. -. Esq. qf .Y Yorok
Mr )i;:, I, [ hal.ive rice-ivs l an 'ormnatioi)i
that ass asccdote, gien, i;n tIhe ith Letter of thie


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-,nos -_ .
S BOSTON.
SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 1, 1821.


Q0ljThere have not been any late arrivals
from Europe, since our last; and the state of
weather dues not promise any for some days..

Late Mlail Robbery. In addition to the par-
ticulars given on our first page of this trans-
action, it appears by a letter of the Postmas-
ter in Charleston to the Savannah Postmaster,
that no violence had been done to any part
of the mail, except a bundle from Vew-York
for Savannah, which came in the envelope,
without a post bill; that the driver, who had
been suspected of the robbery, had not ab-
sconded, but pretended not to be able to give
any account of the business. There is,"
continues the Charleston Postmasterv, "very
bad management in every respect, with our
mails on the borderof North and South-Caro-
lina, and I on!v am surprised we get them
along as WPil lts we do, I have lately made
heavy complaints to the General Post-Office,
which I am informed by Mr. P. ButtAt.r, As-
sistant-Post-Master-General, shall be prompt-
ly attended to." The last National Intelli-
gencer remarks, This is very unpleasant in-
telligence. We know not how the Courts
would decide itn such a case, but we have no
doubt that contractors ought to be made li.
able for every depredation on the mail com-
mitted by persons in their employ,"

From sHAV.J'A, Nov.6,1821. The Cap-.
tain-General of Cuba has published a royal
order respecting all Foreigners, of all classes,
who may come here, requiring, that they
eause their names, and those of the persons
who will become sureties-for their good be-
haviour during their residence in the island,
to be registered in a book to be kept by the
Recorder, before they can obtain % permit to
land; and the Captains of vessels, bringing
passengers, are required to give bonds, in
pretty heavy penalties, to carry away all such
as cannot give the security, and who do not
obtain permits to land.
"All the Spanish Maine from Oronoke to
the Mexican Gulf, is independent. Porto Ca-
bello,in Carraccas, and St. Juan de Ulloa, are
the only places in the hands.of fhe royalists.
The city of Mexico has surrendered, Vera
Cruz deserted, and the troops retired to Ul-"
loa. Our crop o' coffee wi'l.fall short of the
last years crop one half."
Further Havana ac-counts mention, that an
insurrection tf the slaves to. massacre the
whites had been providentially discovered
there, and forty-two of thlie most daring of
them taken, and imprisoned.

Progress qf Light.-The Duke of Saxe- Co.
botnrs has sTr:mted his subjects a representa-
tive Consti;,ktion. An ill-natured wit has re-
marked,that this Constitution is so voluminous
that if engrossed in large German characters
it would nearly cover the territory of the
whole Duchy. -
Irish Loyalty.. At thd last date over Fifty
Thousand dollars had been subscribed in
Ireland, for hlie erection of a ncimorial of the
visit of the British King, to that island.

The 38lh anniversary of the evacuation of
New-York, was celebrated in that city on
Monday, with military and civic parades, illu-
minations, &c. At the same time the new Ap-
prentices Library and School Room, erected
by the Mechanic Society, was dedicated-
Oration by M. M. No.tn, Esq. editor of the
Advocate. It is coentioned, that during the
last year 36,000 volumes of books had been
loaned to Apprentices. The parent Library
ih this town, is in successful operation.

Destructive Fires. We have no other partic-
ulars of the fire at Zanesville, in Ohio, than
those given by the Patnam Postmaster,on the.
way oill. The vicinity of the place of destruc-
tion has been mostlysettled by emigrants from
New-England. The town (Putnam) mention-
ed above took its name from Col.. PTNWer,
who commanded a Massachusetts regiment
in the war of the revolution.
Nov. 20th, the Fulling Mill and Dye-house,
owned by Mr. E. Williams, of Rathway, N. J.
and an adjoining Woollen Factory, with a
large quantity of wool, cloth, and machinery,
were destroyed by fire. LoIss 6000. And
on the 24th, the Oil, Saw and Grist Mills,
Carding Machine and Cloth Works, of Messrs.
Haskins, of Middlesex, Vt. experienced a
similar destruction. .

Paintings rf the Yellow Fever-M,. Wr.-


' Views of Society and Manners ill America,' con-
tais many inaccuracies ;-tlhat the occurrencee there
dletailed diid net take pLice on board tlie President,
and that I have attributed to Commodoro Decatir,
a trait of generosity which belongs to some oiliher
officer. At this distance Ifrom the Uitedt Stales,
it is (lir:>i:;It to procure a co-rectled statement tit tie
storyv ; ut I fiel e.dlleil upon ista.iotly tu t,.knoL-
edge' the error, which, I an confident, :.nst have o-
riginated with tme, and not with Captain Rltgers. -
I have only to regret that a blameable inmlvertan-
cy should have led me to implicate the strict verne-
itv of a man for whose character 1 entertain the
highest respect.
Yot will oblige me by inserting this letter in a
New-York paper. I anim, &c.
"FRANCES WRIGHT.
Paris, 19th September, 18-21.''

FIRE IN" II0O11
Pt'rTAM, dVov. 12, 1821. Zanesville* is
on fire, and has been for two hours, and all
attempts to extinguish the flames have as yet
proved abortive. One square is already con-
sumed There is no telling when its ravages
will end. In haste, P. M.
This i. a I)pot town, aivd capital of MLskingum county.
in Ohio. It is a very flurishing place, being well situated
for trade ans ufactires.the falls in the Misakingum ar-
fordinugnmr.outs fine nmill-seats,and the surrounding coun-
tryaboundisg iin l -xhaustihble ls-ds of coal (or fuel. In
this place awo Ilass.hotiuses, several flour mills, an oil
mill, saw nmllwiuail factory and woollenm factory.-It has
two banks, twoprintiog offices, a court-house, &ce. Popu-
lation 2oo000,


first here was on Thursday last, four 'day.,
later. The weatherwise oldlpeople remark,
that when the first snow goes off rapidlyit,j_
indicates a long spell of good weather afetr.

SICKNESS AT ST. AUGUSTINE.
We have accounts from this place to the
13th November:-At that time it was ex-
tremely sickly and though the population
had decreased from 3000 to 1200, the deaths
averaged eight or nine a day. The troops
had evacuated the fort, and retired to the
barracks ; and of the garrison only six pri-
vates, and Lt. SICKLESz, were fit for duty. Lt.
DAvinsoN, of the U. S. 2d regt. uf artillery,
and Mr. OnAntAH DiCKISSOS, merchant, 'of
Massachusetts, died about the 11th. Lieuts.
GARDNERt and RoUSE,, and Dr. M'COSKeY, of
the army, were sick. Col. EUSTIS had beeia
sick, but had recovered ; and Col. FonItis;
the Mayor, was well. Mrs. EUES, the widow
of the editor of the Florida Gazette, died soon
after her husband.

The only encouragement (says Dr. Frank-
lin) which the United States of America hold
out to strangers, are, a good climate fertile.
soil, wholesome air and water, plenty of pro-
visions and fuel, good pay for labour, kind-
neighbours, iqood laws,d d a hearty welcome,
The rest, lie adds, depends on a man's own
industry and virtue.

The Banks in this town which voted to dis-
count at five per, cent. have repealed their
votes, and loans are again made at six.
Flour, at tihe southward, has settled,down-
to 6dols.-at which price it will probably re-
main. ----
Appointmentts.-AavrnXs P. EDwA0na', -Eq.
of New-York, to be Consul at Bueno Ayires.
HIatxs It. SenooacRArsi, Esq. the 'Missis-
sippi Traveller, is appointed U. S. Agent at
St. Mary's.--Salary S1500 per ann. ,

The, Quarterly Charity Lecture will be
preadched to-morrow evening by the Rev.
Aranriw BIort.ow, in the Old South Meet.
ing-house. Services to commence at six
o'clock.
Jl Frenchman's description of a Sunday in
England, "Nothing can be conceived nmorec
tiresome and melancholy than an English
Sunday, whether in London or the country.
The theatres are all closed : the taverns are
only opened at certain hours, and all gaming,
dancing, and music are. strictly prohibited.
The tells established at the turnpikes are in-
creased, and a large portion of the popular.
tion spend the di'y in traversing the Parks,
or in strolling to gardens in the suburbs,"
where every man drinks his tea or beer,
without speaking to his neighbor. It is the
finest sight in the world to see men, vi o rj-'.
and children looking motirnfultuy a t 'cn oith
er, as they w\V" an;g- ard yawni, or else seat-
ed with their arms across at their windows!
which are kept shut in all seasons of the
year, counting the passengers as they pass.'"

.Ifr. Phillips, .1Mrs. Holman, and.Miss Davis;
'These scientific vocalists have arrived in Bos]
ton. The two'former commence their the-
atrical campaign on Monday next. The lat.
ter, (Miss DAvis) who arrived in the XVesto,
with Mr. PmsT.srs, is said to be an excellent
concert vocalist, of uncommon taste and skill
in the music of the piano forte, and highly
eminent in the principles of singing. Her
musical education is founded Upon the Italliait
school. We understand it is the intention of
Miss DavIS to give instruction in each branch;
and it is presumed so rare an opsortinity of
acquiring style, blended with execution an.-i
science, will be duly appreciated by alllovers
of classic vocalist. .
Letters from New-York speak in Lhih
praiseuof Mrs. HOA.MAxr, as a lgdy of the .ost
amiable character, 'and a singer of great re.
spectability. -
Mr. WArLst.I is prosecuting his engage.
ment in New-York with success. The best
critics in that city, we learn, agree in senti-
ment with those in London, that this gentle-
man has greatly improved since his former
enlgagaements in Ame1ica. We find, by outer
London files, that during the absence of Mr.
AKean, from the Drury Lane boards, Mr. WAL-
LACK sustainedin that Emporium of histrionic
excellence, the parts of Hamlet, Coriolanus,
Rolla, Richard the 3;1, and Brutus, which he
repeated numerous times. We now under-
stand, that he will visit Boston immediately
after thle termination of the engagement of
Mr. PtLLLs.rs.

It was mentioned in our last, that the
two convicts of the State Prison, charged
with the murder in one of their fellow prison-
ers, who they suspected had given informa-
tion of their late daring plan to escape from
confinement, weuld be indicted in MAliddtlsex.
We were misinformed.-They were arraign.
ed before the Supreme Court ins this town,
oni Wednesday last ; the !aw respecting th'e':
establishment of the State Prison, providing,
that crimes and offences committed therein,
may ie tried as well within the county of
Suffolk as within the county of Middlesex.

Shepiifting:---A Ne v-Yo-k, Auburn, paper,
states, that on the 17th ult. Miss'Mary Bevrits
was convicted before the Court of Sessions of
stealing' a pair of gloves, and a pair of hose,'
while cheapening goods at a store, and sen.
tended to two weeks confinement in jail, and
to pay three dollars. [If ihis was ajirst offence,
the punishment is oppressively severe.]

To CoRaEsPoNENcNTS.-"Reflections" No.,
20l, and:3d. A Friend to the Universiy ",
and other communications are acknowledge.
ed.-Thes and others, will be noticed'-in
due season. Wo shall consider the request
ef our friend S. to fitrnish some" Revolution.-
ary As-nty leminiscenses-" We tl8itk "Zenas"
"ieould do well to wa-it until he ktowvs wlhathe-
report of" Town Committee" is, before he
attacks it.


BOARD OF HEALTH.
L'Comittee for next -week.-David: W. Brad-
lee, Dal-ius Boardmas, George 'W. Otis.

SHIPPING JOURNAL.-


PORT O.F IBOST'O.--1821..
IVFDESDA2", Vss. 28-Arrived, brig Abby M. Nichols,
Hamburg, 64, ani 46 from Gotteutburg; chls. Volant,
Greenlaw, Eastoor t; Experiment. Hertich, St. John,N.B.
1s; Nancy, Tyler,Eestport.
Clarcd--Barquie .Leopard, Davis. Nice; brigs Feneloi,
Jones, r3azils ; Siatira. Patten, N. Orleans ; Sewell. Stone,
do. ; Frances, Foster, Savannah ; sehs. Diomede, Snow, jr.
St. Peers ; Susas. Baxter. Halifiax; Neptune, Ellis. Ball.;
Hanmiinh, Timnmins, Philadh. ; Charity. Myriek, and Tekehi,
Boucher, do., Hero. Cobb, do.*
THURSDAE un. 29.-Arrived, brig Chatham, Hard-
ing, Rotterdiw.-Left Bamigate Oct. 10; Only Son, War-
ren, (Me.); Experiment, St. John ; Enterprize, Castine ;
Aristides, Bristol, lMe.; Egtist, Bath ; Amerisa, C'artland.
Cleared--Brig Harriet,Page, Milranhiam and a market;
sehs. James Motroe, Simomons, Phila. ; Caroline, Atkir.s,
do.; Dolphin, Plymouth; sloops Thomas, .Goltsboron;
Sally. Salem.
FRID.1IY, Aov.. S0-Arrived, brig Gov. Car-
ver, Ty lor, i43 days from Rotterdam. Sailed
Oct. 11, in co. with brig Richmond, Adams, tor
Ptortland, but she got agrouttid coming down the
river. Left brig Otter, Downing,' for Sumatra 4
'or 5 hays ; ship Frederick, )avis, St Ubcs, 3 or
4 (lays ; Pso section, Tysns, lestisantion usoknow,
cant. ashore sick. Bri'g Edlward Foster, Attwell,
also sailed in co. Spoke 901s inst. lat. 4'2,lon. 42j,
sell. Virgisi't Packet, 83 lays flom Gibiralltar for
Bostou-25th, lat. 42, ;,, los.. 6I, ship Charles,
77 days from Havre, for ioston.
.o at-. brigs lelvitdero, froi- Thiom,-aston
Mercator, Parsons, otf Warren, St.iJohn, N. B. 5
days.
Ai&so ar. sell. Washington, Ellis, 57 days from
Marseilles, 52 from Alicant, and 43 from Gibral-
tar. Left at Marseilles, 3d Oct. brigs OOrleans,
Brown, Newv York, 10 days ; Iris, Mayo, Bos-
ton, ll; l.aiurel, Foster, Gibraltar, 10; ship Jatne,
Aliltimore, in quarantine. Sailed in co. with sell,
Mary Jane, Bnarnad, for New York. Left at A-
ieasant.Stlh.Oet. irig Miles Standisih. Carver, disc.
'Touched at Gibralta 17th Oct.. nnd sailed same
day-kno-- s nothing ufthe vessels at that place, as
C lit. E. dlid not go ashore. Spokl 10th Oct. lat.
37, oInn. 45, sch. Zephyr, Ripley, 45 days from
Portsmouth tfor Nice-29th inst. Cape Cod. S. W.
by IV. 25 miles sch. Nancy, Rich, 24 hours from
Castine ltbr Bermnuda.
.t1.o ar. schs. Ann, Lincdln, 29 days from St.
Pierres ; Albert. Shacktobrd, Eastpcrt, 8 days ;
Only Daughter, Hllawthorn, of Cushing, St. Joh)n,
N. 8. 12.
- Also ar sch Victory, Barker, Halifax, 12 days.
Left 19th inst. sch. Mtadeira Pauket, Fuster, Bos-
ton, 5 or 6 days; Wm. Penn, Foster,. 4, brig
Pi-ioce& Euvvmi-ulft-m Ne Ytt-k rt- 17th.


mass,atV e portrait painter, has copied on can- Prince Edward, from New York art. 17th.
vas, the 'vye Vies of the Pirogress of the Yel. MARRIED P a. s op lib, LoveB, 'om New York
loaw -Fever, which accompany a Treatise on In this town, on Wednesday eviining, by the.Rev. Below brig Actress, Trickey, 29 dahys from New
that dreadful malady, recently published i. i Mr. Dean, Mr. John Read, of Brighton, ta Mrs. Orleanse, 25 f,.-m cthe Balize. Spoke in the river
France, and sent by Louis 18th, to M. Dzi Pheber Uandly. brigs New Packet, WAlden, front Portsmousth
VALWAsS, the French Consul, andt v him pre- Os Tuisdaye eni nCp1t. Johnn uassey to liss Florenzo, Kiltson, do ; Alert, Blunt, do.; sch.
sentel, by order of the King, to th:- Board af Wag nery Lydi Paket, Shackford, do.; h rig Blakely, Bull, rck-
Health of this town. lThe execution of th e It Ciharlestown, iMr. Leonard Tunt, to lMi Boston. At the Balize 4th, sch. Packet, Shack-
paintings/does onor to tle genius and. zIhlFos s ford, from Portsmouth; sch.Morning Star, Brnce,
paintings/does honor to the genius and.efi. lczisalsas Fotsick, fir Mlsrhobile. Saw a brig oil'site Balize the 5th,
dlelity of our townsman. They describe, with 7 In Roxbury, Mr. CharleS RtInmrill to Mrs. Mary s'- olnto ble (le e1 tom. 'im Portst outh.
complete accur-cy, the progress of that Livermore. SpoKe 22d iost, Soutl Shoal N. 60 miles, ship
scourge if the times, from its first app!, ar- In l)orchester, Mr. Bejtamn Simmons, Jun. to Elias Burger, (late Bradiy, who died 3 day pre-
ance in.the human frame to its termituation i Miss Marisaet IDeuarborn, of Bedfinhd, N. H. viiou) from St. Thomas, for New York, loss of lill
death; and mInst, therefore, be hiltowy useful C I. uh Clark to is. ary hertopmasts. 26th, lat. 43, Ion. 68, briig Onslo,
in ascertaining .thlt true type of the disease, astis, botli of his town o Mss W.Indies for St. Andrews.
e, h a 1 ait ebboth oi ilki town.Cieared-Brigs Charles, French,Cape de Verds
and in removing the perplexing uncer tainity iBaisd, i'dli Mr. benjamin GreenBeaf, Preeep- a market, by S. Sanford Telemach usCape deCros-
whieh has often attended the discussion of it. tor uof lradlord Aadelemy, to Miss Lucretia Kim- by, Stia maket, by Safoi R ehs. Hannachlns, CTeros-
We learn furtteti, that Mr. WILI.raMS 1i as pre. ball, daughter of Col. James K. St. Andrew, 's V"nM ch. Hannaiggi, Ply out.erN.
sented thie Paintings to the Board oftHealth, At Leomuinsler, on Wednesday evening last, by G. Bostoa, Sueakford. Estgiort; Pa Ptolus, Nick-
of which he is a member ; and we dc.ubt not the Rev. MIr. r'1onant, Capt. Thomae J. Lobdell, of a nis kek for; l salt clus z, kb
a liberal public will duly appreciate this act the house of Sainmuel Davis &" Co. merchants of sloops Delighat, Nichols, New York; Mactionough ,
of generosity, this town, to Mi as Sophi a ['rentiss, oft Lessis, do.u; WVilliam, Eowdtitcs, Salem i Belus,
o geneoiIn Voorc-sler, -lri. hTnmothy W. Bancroft to Popie, Pl mouth.
Western Avenue.--Tlhe root of t'ie Mills Miss Sally Harringlon. -
erected on this extensive ente,-pc ze, was In PorlItand, Me. Mr. John P. Waterhouse to Imported since 24tl1 lt.-680 bbis. Flour-5100
raised on Tu'esday, and is now probably cov- Miss Sar is h, N'Lcan. bushels Corn--210 boxes, 2% hlids. 2136 bogs, and
ered. Tle buildi is four stories til-the In IWashingtos, N. H. Mr. Enos Reed to Miss 24 bils. Sigsai-765 hhds, 9 bbis. and 15 tierces
eretwo The building is of store the othersofw an Gordo, both of s twn. Molasses- o00 casks and 113 boxes Raisis-205
two lowest of stone, the others of wood ; anti In IVashingtot city, Lieut. J. Smith, oftthe U.S. casks, 255 cases, 50 boxes, and 2 bbhls. Wine-483
appears to nite great strength th riid ary, o ias ary a bus oe-32 tons Plaster-12829 bars o-
ecosonoymy. In bonna-shi, tIoj. A. U. Faninin to Miss Jane 21bi bis Tar-109 iblB. Rosin,, c 8. c.
Snow. 'lThe firs, snow-fall of any depth, P "V"siiaisws --
this seasoson, t delph, as the 24 e o frequently see marriages announced in the TE AET O ERCANT ALL.
this sovemberAason, t Albany, e sane day. T Rh sh Eiuier i the n naul iem o and r fcnei,., .o' ,lolnis Coole,A 'ov f.des-Airivg, fch. Catherine,
Novcmber-.At Albany, the same day. 'hite h: tt w,-e id SU sppa tthe Clergymea keep loanks ta be Cook, 9 days troi refdetieku rg, for Beatei


deliveredwitli the certificates of marriage, to lie filled up
with thenames of-the parties for publication :-]
By the Rev. Philip Courtney, Mr. Mordecai B.
Dihncy, of Richmond, to the highly accomplished
and very much admired Mios Martha P. Hoomes,
of Point-of-view, King and Queen county.

DIED
In this town,on Sunday morning last, Mrs. Ma, y
N. wile of Mr. John S. Noyes, aged 34.-Mi's.
Sally Marble, aged 67. -
On Tuesday, C'apt. CHARLES DAvis.-taged 44,
after a confinement of several weeks.' He was a
Counsellor at Law,and had boeek for a number of
years a member of the General Court from the
town ofBoston, where lie was much distinguished
for-assiduotis attention to his public duties, and
when he died was Secretaty to the Humane Society,
On Thursday, Clharles Henry Lang, soun't of Mr.
John L, aged 13 months.
On Friday, Mrs. Iebeccah Thorndike, wife (iof
Mr. Hezekiah ''.-funeral to-morrow afternoon,
'immediately after divine service Friends andi
relations are requested to attend without further
invitation.
In Cambridgeport, on Tuesday evening, lMary
Saunders, aged 6, youngest daughter, of Mr. Jo-
seh Jensipgs.
In Gloucester, on Wednesday morning last,
Capt. Gideon Lane, aged 57. .
In Braintree, on Tihursday last, Mr. Samael
White, jun. aged f8-lfiseral from the Rev. Mr.
Peikins' nieoting-hnias, immediately after divine
service, to-morrows afternoon.
In Stoughit on, an Thursday last, Samuel Talbot,
Esq. in the 75th1 year of his age.
In Harvatrd, Mr. Timothy Bryant, formerly of
Charlestown, agedt58.
In Oxford, Mr. Timothy Daviu, aged 51.
In Searsmont, Mo. on the 10th inst. Capt. Peter
W. Robbiis, son of Nath'l Robbins,Esq. of Union,
aged 27.-lie wsui commander 6flthe Light Infantoy
company in S. His remains were removed to U-:
T.in,i (iis native place) where he was interiTed with
nsl'*i s honors, performed in testimony of re-
spectto (tiedtceased and his numerous connexions,
by the UIinti Rifle company, commanded by Capt.
J.I aIcelder, who did honor to themselves by the
strictest adherence to regularity ani-discipline.
Capt. Robbins was distinguished as an officer.
In Cransten,R "I. Jeremiah Knight, Esq. aged
45. For up yards of 21 years he disehargs-d
ithe datiesof Tovn;Clerk, in Cranston; 'and for
manv successive years was elected without oppo-
sition a Repr-esentative in thlie General Assembly.
SIn Hartford, UnCon. Solomon 'Porter, Esq, aged 69.
He was appointed surveyor ol thi pol't of lHarthord
in the year 1795. by Gen. Washington, andtd has
held the office through the administrations of the
*-several [' Presidents, to the time of his death. .
In New-Milford, Mrs. Anna Whiting, relict of
the Hlon. Win. Whiting, late of Great Barringtoon
Mass. in the 83d year of her age.
In Luncnbir;',IMrs. Susanasah Hartshorn, aged
- 92, formerly of Reading, Ms.
SAt amsgate, on boaml brig Chatham, M r. James
Young, boatswain.-Mr. Alexander Henderson,
seaman, a Scotchman, fell overbohrd-21st ult. Ot
her passage home, and was droweitd,
At Wentworth, Oct. 14. S21, id4w Jane M'-
Lellan, aged 101 nt--a native of Iveland.
A ..,assmes Creek, Ohio, Rev. Robert-Armstrong,
S0or the Secession (Chureh. .
In St. Louis, 'Missouri, Mr. Olivte'C. Smith, a
native of Hehohoth, aged 29.

STOCKS, EXCHANGE, &c.
---- ~ov. 3, 3821.
Deferred 6 Per Cents.-amt. Georgia .. 2 tdis.
due 21,93.09 .... -2. a 3 Noith Carotisa. a
Do. do- iS12. 7 a 7j N e Orlians.. i i
Do. do. 1813. ., a 9 bANK -oC.k,.
Do. do. 1Hi .. tolno tUnlted States. .. 1sa3 14
Do. do. 1815 llia lsj Massaehumetts .. 141 a 15
3 do ....... 78s a 7Bj Ur.ion ..... 7. a 8.
5 dI, 8Iss ... --- Boston .. ... 824. a 83
Do. do. 1821 .... -- State ........ 641a 65
7 do ........ 9j a 10 New. nd . .. 16
EXCHANGE. hMan.andMee .... 7 7.
I.indon.lodays .10a 10o Suffolk .. 14j u i,
SDo. 60 de... lO.-a1ol SPECIE.
On Paris ....... 19a 191 English Gold 3 a Spresm.
On Holland . 3 a 39. Portuguesedo. .3s4 "
New York par a j adv. French do, .3 a 4
Phildelphia.... 4 dis. Amtrican do.. a 4
Raltimore ....... a 1 Spanish Dollars I2a 1 "
Virginia ..... a 2 Doubloons 15 7.- a 16
Charleston .... 2 a.l "
a 7Cortrteddfor the Coltabian Cent:nel, by SAMUEL
ANA, S ongrcssstrce. '


Arr. at Batavia July 25th, Am. ship Malabar, Orne, Rot-
terda& Ap.22. In port, 27th, ships Elizasand Vi.laive.
Sech. Aurora, Thateher, for this port, sailed from St.
Johns, P.R. Nov. 1.
The Liv. Packet, Coffin, or. at Batavia June t4, in 85 di.
from Portsmouth,E.--Coronanidrl, Osgood, ar. in 90 from
Antwerp.
Ship, Janus, of Salem. was released from quar. near Got-
tenlurg. and sai!et for Ruinsia, Oct. .
Slool do'in-Brooks, for Poretlandi sailed ferosa Turks Is.
laud about 6th tit.


asch. Tallet, Babcock, Baltimnore, 6 days, for Sa-
lem ; Emerald, Babson, Richmond, 7 days, for
Portland. Passed 20ti, off City Point, brig Hen-
rico, from Bostonr.
'Als ar. sloop Burrows, Simmons, 6 days from
Norfolk, for Boston.
4Arr. at Edgartown 27th, shin Pr-.ncis, Gerald,
from Cape Horn, long passage witl 1500 bls. oil. .
Spoke Sept. 13, lat. 57, 20,' lon. 68, 26 W. brig
Elephant, for- Valparaiso-s5dth, la. 35, 4 S. Ion.
38. 21, W. ship Millwood, om New Bedford for
Brazil bank, no oil-Oct. 0 lat. 26. 5, Ion. 31,
21, ship i elorge & MaryjTowrsend, of Newport---
5th, l:t. 25, 10, lon. 310, 43, Com. Perry, Davis,
of New London, for the Brazil Bank-10th Nov.
Int. 22, 16, onn. 61, 16, seh. Dollar, Mayo, from
Gibraltar, for Boston, parted the l1st la. S4, 49,
Ion, 69,50-26tlh, lal. 40, 42, lon. 71H, ship Elias
Burger, for first port.
i 28th Sailed schs. Mary, Enterprize, Pilgrim,
Diligence, and Moses. Remain I P M. brigs Per-
severance, and Richmond; sells. Ann, Dolphin,
Americanu Ieron Decatur, John Allyn, Beni. Frank.
lin, Catherine, Tatler, Emerald; sloops Express,
and Burrows.
OFFICE or ii T irn, 1ERtiRVY.
NEW nEDFOnRD, Nov. 24-Arrived seh.Gen. Jackson,
Keew, of Salem, 19 Iays from St. Barts. witlh 126bbls oil
to A. Barker and Win. Jfames; sand rum sugar, molases
and hides to the captain. Left at st. Barts .Nov. 3. ship
Edward, Hayward, nearly discharged ; brigs Peace, Jones,
discharging. and fr-ieght engaged for Philadelphia ; Jane,
Clark, nearly dischorped; sells. George, Doane, nearly dis.;
Fiohhawk, Weeks. for Boston next day; William, Treat,
Iispairedto sail in 4 days; Cadmas, of naltimose..jist ar.;
SFx, Newman, told ; Rufis King, Wallace, eierlydite'd ;
MHery, Davis, just ar.: Golden Sree, Burt, waiting. Brig
Caro',ie. Hubbs.s ailed for St. Thomas. The Venezuelian
sell. Crgress, Alncida, appeared offSt. Trhomas about ?0th
Oet. for3rovisiocns-had taken two p. izes, laden with eof-
fee, one ? wOhlich had arrived at Margaritta.
27th, arr.seh. Only Son, Lovellhof tarnstq hle. fr. Hart-
ford ; sluops Belvidere, Love!i,do. do.; Eliza Nicol, Per-
ry, New lave-.,
Ship Phcenix, Dunbar, 65 days from Gottenhurg, with
iron, to J. ,. Parker. arrived at the en trance of Buzzard's
Bay onSunday evektig and ran on the rocks between
Around Hills and rMiu,,,, Poin csnd lirl.nsdl on the fol-
lowing motl....- 1.,I al t..,i,. r,.r n il, t,,d. Were
glad to earn... i,. ., iO.r .,- s ... e.,',.l.,
thatnearly h1. t -. ,, I.. I. ., .-. n ",.i ih i ,
is not more than three feett v atc in mthe holaisal can be
kept free wilii one pump ;-and that it was expected sihe
would lie got off last night.
Sloop--, Colenian, of Hyannis, from Connecticut for
Nantuchet. was wrecked on Penekeese rocks on Sunday
night last-Cargo saved.
t.llifal.. Nov. 17. H. M. Cutter. Inspector. commanders
by Mr. William Bullock, Astrounamicil Surveyor, having
on board Lieutenant Bullock, his brother, touched at the
,ilsnid of Anticeosta, and found encamped there the crew
and passengers ofthe ship Earl Dalhousie. to the number
of 140 persons, who had heen east away ia that ship on their
voyage from Scotland to Quebec. Those unfortunate emi-
grants, although they had plenty of provisions saved from
the wreck. -et wre mI a situation truly ditresiinre. wing
to the uncertiinity and de-pair of getting off that desolate
Island for the winter; fortunately the Inspector, in the
course of his service, went there ailt revived their spirits by
a promiseonlthepatof those gentlemen, to call at Sydney
to Sydney ihe Inspector fell in with a large brig, in ballast,.
bound to Qtie ee-the- ster-of whih veryiv eherfully ansI
husmnoely undertook to call for ti-em ini his way; it is
therefore to be hoped they have ere this been relieved from
their dreary situation.

Extract of a letter from Samarang, Aug. 6, received at
Merchants' Hall News Room :-" 'TheW.m. Penn, for Eu-
rope, will sail in 10 days. The Cosffre, for this year, is a-
baut done in this art of the Ishond. Batavia is now the
great depot. There lhas not been s Government sale of this
year's crop et, butt i is expected daily. Coffee willgo
high, say 23 dols. the bid or more. whiet.e with inution duty
of 6 per cent.will cost on hoard about 27. Coffee, here. 26 a
26S, on board, and scares -Sugars 8 a 8j ott board, scarce,
i*but crop is near at hand. (next month.) There are as vet
in'the Island about 130.0oo piculs of coffee, 90 or 100,000 of
which belong to government.
S"There are in Java 11 millie- it ; A rr-
nul' e -"et' w'1 i watch is d .;. 1 for Colie. At
".'.rra July 8, Coffee, free, 26 ,, 3 a 23, on
sortS Say s56j on board, not plenty.
The Ricee rop will fall shortthisyear again, and I fear
it will cause much distress among the natives. The fall of
Palembang will make Tin more plenty.
There was a goverinatent sale 7th ilt. of-400 picals Tin.
at 18 42 ; 800 do. Cloves, at 68 11 ; 15 do. Nutmegs,. at
63 73 ; and 2 do. Mace. at 71 56.-Tlhe shipping charges
un all these'aitiaucs amounts to about 21 pr. el.
I send youa Batiia paper of July 21 and 28."
.ist of s'whale ship, whiem entered the port of Valparai.
so, for refresmnenms, from March ist to May 18th, 1821.
March &:h. Eagle, Nantucket; Lorenzo, N. Redrord;
18th, Foter. Nantneketi1200; Reaper. do. 7S0 ; Dauphin,
do. 120; 24th. Courier. Newport, 60 ; Chili, Nanltuceket,
300 ; Sarmaln, do. 100. April 12h, Atlantic.do. 1050 ; 26th,
Minerva. S yth, N. Bedford ; Charles, do. 60; Lima, Nnn.
tteket, 100. lMay 1. Thornis, do. 650 ; 4thi. Peisia, N. RBd-
ford, 800; 8th, Brothera, Nantucket. 400; Hesper, New
York, 550o; Phoie Atnn, Rswsono (lIate Clhsle. *i
S' Trho Mary & Elita. neiikford, of .atlem;,received so much
1anIg'e. near.the Island of St. Paul's bv shipping a sea. in
a gale. ay 27, that he was con demnied on her arrival at
Baitavia. Twvodoys afterwards, lost overboard Win. Max.
well, seaman.
Sloop Packet, Ieed, from 't'iseasset for this port, went a-
shore on Salishbtry Btach,on Sunday morning lairs. during
a gale. Two female passengers, n mother and daitghter,
were saved by lashing themselves on the quarter deck. while
the sea made fair breach over ttiem. atd were not relieved
from their perilous situation til t he tidle lft her. She has
bilged, and will not prol 'hy be got off. Cargo saved.
Cspt. Nichol' left Gititenharg on the morning of Oeft.
10, and stame ,ight, tffi the Seaw. saw brigs Clitus and Re-
mittance, which had sailed a few hours before.
The sch. Bangor Packet, has been towed into Glouces-
ter, by some fishing boats, sent out by the Capt. She lost
only part of her deck load.
The sloop Fair Play. which was sunk offGeorge's Island,
was got up on Tuesday, *
The Jubilee, at Philad. from Boston, 16th inst. lat. 39,
saw a wreck, bottom up, apparently 70 tons-passed up.
wards of 30 bbhs.offlour, a great nusiber of tmall boxes,
(one foot in length and 8 or 9 inches ide) onions. spars,
nIl two planks, painted light yellow : picked up a hnil of
flour, marked G. R. 6' ; brtanded on thlie save, J. Brdwn.,
New.-York. Ot.
Arrived, at Salem, Saturday night, sloop Miller, Boyd,
from Bristol. Ate. having carried away her main boom,
split her jilb, lost part ofher deck load. and one able and
anchor, in t.e gale o!fthe same evening, off Cape Anmn.
Sch. Cornelia, Read. of Sedgwictk, boucd to this port,
was knocked down, off Isle of Shoals, on Saturday even-
ing.but righted. after her deck load was thrown over,and
arrived at Portland on Moniday.
Seh. Mary, Standley, of Salem, was entirely lost at Mt.
Desert, Nov. 5, with carzo of fish. Crew saved.
The rew works erected in tite Navy Yard, in Washing-
ton, for hauling ap vessels, isstainecd great iniury in one of
the late gates.

VTy.SSLS LsTTr.
AtSourabays.(Java) Aug. 7, ships Hercules and Olide,
waiting. The citizen had saitid from Batavia far Itanilia.
Brig Poeahlntas, of Providence, sailed from Sourahaya in
May, for Canton, chartered by capt. Depeyster, late of the
Ontario. I
At Hamburg, Sept. 23, Criterion, of Portsmouth, to sail
in 4 or 5 days fur salt.
At Havana, iith lilt. Britannih, Boston, 12, di.; Levant
and Jane, do. 10 ; Tom, do. 8 ; Havre Packet, waiting ear.
go: Julia Rambler, dise.; Zealous,to proceed to Mariel.
to dis. ; N. Empire, N. Orleantis, 8; M.-Wright. Norfiolk,
19 ; Atlas, of'Kennebunk. for Rotterdam,same day ; hrig
Otter, Hopkins, from Brstol, (R. I.) arr. 71h; brothers,
for R. Island, ine. ; Charlotte Ann. Frink, (capt. Hunter
and the mate both dead) froim.ss,. put in,in distress, crew
sick.te ali in days for St. Andrews; sceh. Win. & Eme-
line, Dorr, from Hallowell, for N. Orleans, put in for water.
At Samarang. 114 days since, N. America, waiting for the
supercargo to return from Canton ; Liverpool Packet, Am-
sterdam, 10, The Louisa, Smith, and Hindoo, Gardner,
sailed about t0 days before, for Batavia.
At St. Salvador, eOct. 8, Hope, Maria Tafton, and Ros.
cius, disc.; Andes, Defrees, Boston, 12; Betsey, Foiter, to.
6 ; brig EdwardClark. just ar. frsm Nantucket.
Sch. Packet, Hamilton, of Belfast, her Elizabeth City,
10 days, was the oily Am. at St. George's Bermuda, 4th
inst. Sch. Dime, Weiser, for N. Carolina, el. previous to
Och, 31-Seh. Harmony, Sptring, ar. from Baih for Mart.
touched at Hamilton last of Ott.
At Kio Janeiro, Sept. 15, Liv. Packet, of Portsmouth,
dissharg sin.,
At Hamburg, Sept. 23, the Stiafford, of Portsmouts,
wailing freight ; Oriental, Swain, doing nothing, captain
very sick.
At Gottenbnrg, Oct.o10, the Clisto, Atwell, for this port'
aldys; Hope, Snow, do. 4; Wm.-HIowland. Souihworth,
N. oark, 10. rigs Clitus, for N. Bedford,and Reminance,
Alien, for Bristol, R. I. sailed same day; Swedisil ship
Fredn, Ekstrom, tor Batoi. Oct. 2 ; hrig Mary In Ehiza,
Kinsman, for do. aboutSept.28.

VESSELS SlOKsre.
Nov. 4, seh. Leo, Green, 1 day from Turks Island for
astessh
Lat. 40. Ion. 70, hrig Mt. Ilope, of Addison, 13 days fr.
St. Thomas for N. York.
Nov. 19, lat. 37, 34. irig Henri.o, hence. .
June 29, insts,. of Sunda, blig Eunice, Rice, of Salem,
from Sansarang.
Nov. in. iat. 43. Ion. 64, sch. Washington, Ellis, 48 days
firomn Marseilles, for this port.
Sept. 29, lat. 16,S. Ios 5, the ia.of N. Bedford-
had taken a sperm whale, of 60 bblh. day before.
Passed Antler, July 14, ship Natchez. from London for
China. 25th, Nautilus, PeanrsoPr, of Boston, do. do.; Cor-
delia, Magee. for do. Aug. 2. Clira. Cowdall N. York,
ford ; Aex. Hubbell, do. for Manilla. 7th, Ganges,Bray,
ofMarblehead,fromn Samarang.
Ship Mary. Sm ith. ef tIhis port, fr. Padang, arr. at Bat
via in May, and sailed Jone 14, fosr Gihraltar.
Ar, at Batavia, July 10, Clay, Hitchings. Antwerp ; Eli-
Es, Salem. l$,Java, Samarng, amd salle- for Antwerp
a17th; Hinda, ad Louisa, Sanmrang, ballast.
Sailed from Havre, Sept. 15, Charlty, Coffin, Boaton, in
ballast.


weeks successively, in the newspaper called the
Columbian Centiecl, printed at Bokton, the last
publication to be fourteen days, at least, before the
said last Tuesday in 'ay, when and whlire they
may lie heard concerning thlie same, and make re.
turn u.deroathl ot his doings unto said Court.
SAM'L PI. P. FAY, udffr of rebatee.
Copy. Attest ISAAC FISKIE, Ry'iP,c
Charlktowxn, o14v. 14, 1.-l1.


The Edward ar. at Babia, Oct. 6, in 11C days from Nan.
tueket.-B ig Ceres, for Snlem, sailed previous to Oct.7.-
The Edward, of do. was the only Am. at Pernambuco,
Sept. 26,-
C I. at New York 27th Nov. brig Janoe. Fwler, St. hirts.
Sailkd'bri' Mechanic,, y, forTinidad, C ba ; Olive
Sarah, Portau Prince ; %eh. Eid'mion, ,Vest Indies.
Arr. at Alexandria, 23d-*Nv. sel. Relief. Baxter, Port-
land, 13.- Siled'Lrig Dnoe Jolhofio, W. Irlies.
Ship Vigilant,'Sinith, for Bloston wasin Hampton Roads,
ist Nov. *
CI. at Savannah 16th Nor, ships Emily, Bsabc(.el, and
Mount Vernon, Howes, L.iverpsol ; biig Osgood Fosdick,
dc..
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 27.-Arrived ship Jqne, Fer-
guson, Liverpool.42; sclis. li-scriet Newell. Tolton, and
Hope,Frot, Portsinothl. 14.' Cl, sehs Mexican, Whitton,
and Cyn)on, Oreat, Btos.ton.
BALTIMORE, NoV. 25-('. ship Armamt, Hall. Rotter-
danm ; sch. Hiramin, Tripp. Port anl Prince ; Experiment,
Baker, Cape flaytien ; Pacific, .Lewis, leston ; racket,
Niekerson, do.

Boston Light Infantry.
TIHE members of the Boston Light Infantry, are
requested to wear Crape en their left arm 30
days as a testimonial ol'respect, for tie late Charles
Davis, Esq.. a 1pst commander and hanoriry mem-
ber. The past officers and all other honorary merm-
ers are r requested to unite with the Corps, in this
marklof respect for tr the deceased. Per Order.
dee I PARKER H. PIERCE, 2d Sergeant.
.A OTFCf.
"F XTRACT from a BTy LAW of the town.of
'1-- 5,nstnn June 5, 1817:-
e It ishereby ordeIed, 'li:-t it shall. hereafter
be lawful to ca-ry on anytrucks, e lt, or waggon,,
nay load, thle weielit whereof shall not exceed one
tontnd d an half, excepting in the spring season ;
and if an y lo' ball I e carried within the town of
greater weight than the aforesaid weight, on any
truck, eart, or waggon, the driver therofl, and
the owner thereof, shall severally forfeit and pay
the surs of f''ve iollaur ; excepting those loads
which consist of one article which cannot be sepa-
rated."
The. Bo ard of Selectmen have instructed the
subscriber to see the Iforegoinig Bye Law carried
into effect. I I .* .. .
CALEB IlAYWAItD, Police Officer.
dec I

Handel and Haydn Society.
A N adjourned meeting sof the above Society,
at which season tickets will be admitted, will.
be held at Boylston I all, TO-MORPOW EVE-
NING, at 6 o'clock. JOS. LEWIS; Sec'y.
t'0'Those subscribers who have not received
their tickets, will receive them at the Bookstere of
Col. S. HI. Parker, 12, Cornhill. dee c

DUMMER ACADEMY.
tr HE public are respectfully informed that the
Trustees of Dummer Academy bare unani-
mously elected Mr. Nehemiah Cleveland Precep-
tor of that Institution. Mr. Cleveland's high repul-
ration is an Instriuctor in Bowdoin College nid oth-
or places is vel; known. The next term of the A-
cadclety will commence ons Monday,December 0lth,
N. 1. Several pupils may he accomn-rodated
with board in the family of the Preceptor.
JOHN ANDREWS, Sec', to te To uateee.
Nvewauryport,, .ov. 23, 1821.
S NOTICE .
H'HERE are now, and have been for some time
past, many spurious Patent Tirl'ecmees made
and vended in my name. I consider it im. diy -to.
luform the public, 'I" --', ,. ,r caused
Wt. h C t-Lt:. ", ;%.,- p..-, N. of those
tirnepleces for which a patent right was granted
me in the year 1802. The fact is, the patent right
expired 8th February, 1816, since that time it has
fallen into the hands of those who have made imi-
tations, and by by causing my name to ie put en
them, miany have bought them -with a firm belief
that they were made by me.
SIMON WILLARD.
Roxbury, Nov. 29, 1821. 2is
Suffolk, ss. Court of Sessions, Jan.
23, A.D.(1821.
ST a legal meeting tofthe inhabitants of the
J town of Boston, on lie 15th day of January,'
A. D. 1821, the following byIelaw wans passed by
the town viz: It id hereby'Ordered, That every
owner of Unoccupied land, tenant or occupant of
real estate, situated on any street, lane or alley
within the town oftBoston where there is a foot
s' ". s \.^M'te-a7.satf.- --wththn- tsve"ritV-fom-
hours alter the calling of Snow, cause the same
to beremoved from the anid foot cway or sido
walk, under the penalty of four dollars--and the.
further suim.oftwo'dellars for every twenty-four
hours the same may remain after the first forleit- ,
ure, to be sued for and collected from either the
owner of unoccupied land, tenant or occupant of
said real estate. pi0.:silh-,t, ilti no proseeutint
shall be made under this la.v, but by one of the Se-.
lectmen, or some perssn.anthorized by one of them,
and provided also, that all- fines or fortfeitures re--
covetred under this law, shall be paid to tlhe T"eas-
urer of the town of Boston, for the use efsail town.
Judge Rand, to whom was committed at the- -
last adjourned term on January 23d. A. D. 1821.
the consideration ofa certain bye law,- makes his,
report thereon, which is accepted, and the said,
bye law, is accordingly approved by the Court.
A true copy as appears of record. Attest,
JNO. TUCKER. Clerk.
Norfolk, ss. Probate Court at Ded-'
ham, November 6,1821.
'.-1t N the represettaticn and petition
o.,aO' of John Robinson, Administrator of
the estate of Robert Sharp Davis, late of Brook-
line, in -he county of Norfolk, gent!eman, deceased,
intestate, raying to be authorized and empowered
to sell so melh of the real estate, of which said de-.'
ceased died nized, as will prod-ice the sum of
twenty-seven hundred dollars, fior thb payment of
the just debts of said deceased, atd an additional
amount for incidental charges, in manner prescrib-
edll by law. Ordered, That the consideration there-
of, be referred to a Probate Court, to be holden at
Dedliam,by adjournn sot, on Wednesday,the (lany
after thle first Tuesday of Januarv next, at three
o'clock, P. M. then and there to be heard and de-
eired upon : And tie said adsuinist-ator, is here-
by directed t notify all personsinit-rested: therein,
by publishing an attested copy ofais order, in the
Colwnbian Centinel, printed at "ioston, three
weeks successively prior to said tinit, that they
may then and there- appear, and they shall be
heard concerning the same if they see cause.
Given under my hand and seal ef office, the day
antd year aforesaidl.
EDWARD H. ROBBINS, .Jdge of Probate.
Copy. Attest, SAMUEL H-AVEN, Register.

To the Honorable Sam'1 P. P. Fay,
Esqsire, Judge of the Cort of Plrobate, on and
for the county of Middlesex, in tlse Common-
wealth of Massaehisetss.
T HE petition of Oliver Brown, of South-Kings-
Ston, in the State of Rhode-Islhand, clerk, ex-
ecutor of the last will and testament oL Nicholas
Brown, late of Charlestown, in said counm of Mid-
dlesex, victualler, deceased, testate, humbly shows,
that thlie just debts which the said deceased owed at
the time of his death, together with the widow's al-o
lowance, amount to the sut of two thousand four
hundred and forty-three dollars and ninety-three
cents; that the value of the personal estate of the
said deceased,by the inventory thereof duly exhibi-
tcd into tlIe Probate Oflice, is one hundred and
srvent -nine dollars and Ibfour cents and the value
of the real estate of said deceased, hsvthe said in-
ventory, is seventeen hundred dollars"
Wherefore your petitioner praos, that hit may be "
empowered and licensed to sell so much of the" re-
al estate of said deceased, as will raise thlie sum of
two thousand two hundred anttd slaty-three dollars
and eighty-nine cere:tis, besides the sum of twenty
dollars for incidental charges.
OLIVER BROWN.

Middlesex,ss. At a Ciurt of Probate, holden at
Cambridge, in a. for saMd county of Middlesex,
on the fnurteentli day of November, A D 1821.
Upon the petitioa .l.,resaid, this da preferred
by thlie above nanicd Oliver Brown, Ordered, liat
the said'lHrown notilf all persons interested there-
in, to appear at a Court ofProbate, to be hiolden
at Cambridge, in and for said'eount on the last
. Tuesday of May next, by advertisement of the
foregosi, petitio w itli this order thereon, tihree












For Gibralter.
The brig ELK will sail in a few
Ats N 4ays. For freight or passage, apply
at No. 41, Long-wharf. Sspis nov 28

For .Alaranham,
The brig iHARRIET, t.apt. Samuel;
'L. Page, to sail in a few d(lays, can take
100 bbls. freight, if application is made
soon. Apply to. IIAKER & HOUt-
ES, No. 30, India.street. 3is nov o24

For M ce or any port in the M.editer-
ranean.
Thesch'r MARY, E.Hullen, mas-
terl, 84 tolls, nearly a new and first rate
vessel.will take Freight for Nice,or any
.port inlie south of Europe. pply to
LE-M. POP'R, anl TIIOS. THAX-
TER or BAKER k 11ODCGES. epistf oct 24
JAMMICA Jl DAD W. I. RUf
PUNCHEONS choice J,,mnaic, RUM, anti
12 33 Also, superfine FLOUli-for sale' by JONA-
THAN AMORY, No..8, Indin-whbar: dee I
Hemp, Tallow, Drillings etc.'
JNO. W. LANGDON,
JN o. 33, LvDIA-STREET,
HAS FOR SALE,
10 tons clean Hemp,
20 caskt Candle Fallow; 100 pieces DrillMngs,
40 cass hailt pint Tumblers,
10 tons Pig Lt.adl,
3 tons Cast Steel, first quality,
20cases London Sheathing Copper,
2 bales Sheeps Wool; I do. Spongts,
I bale blue Galls ; 100 Liquor Cases,
Russia, English and Swedes Iron.
dec 1 6is

GILES LODGE,
JVq. 43, BiROAD-S'l REE7',
I ASjust received by the Mercuiy,frnm Liver-
IN. pool, and offers fpr sale,
13 casks dry white Leiad,
4 hlsds. containing '242 tkegAs'hite Lead, ground
in oil, *
7 Iron Book Cases and Chests,
2 fire proof Closet Doorsand Frame> .
2 Crab Winches, ror loading and discharging ves-
sels,'
-" brass and copper Cabin Stores,
N STORE.
10 casesSheathing Coopper, 16 a 22 oz.
i8 do, bright do. 2ta 28 oz.
hhds. very olt English Copperas,
rolls Sheet Lead, 5 and 54 lb. istf dec 1
\ Bgef Pork, Candles, &c.
AIRltrIEL-S CIHOATE, have atpl ivate sale,
No.14, Ceof atstreet
400 blbs. Mess' .
500 dt. No. Bl,BEF, F-ew Inspection, and
500 d( No. 9P, warranted of tihe first quality.
200 d(No. 3,7
100 b's. Clear, No. I and 2 Pork,
150 bees Mould Candles, ( Made of Ameridi'-
175 1. Dipt do. I tallow,
00 1. No. 1 and 2 Soap,
100 3. Windsor do. superior quality,
(10 o. Chocolate, approved brand,
600 Lambs' Wool; 200 do. Mierin do.
400 Annisseed; Malaga and Lisbon dVine,
12 Likes White Sugar; 34 bbls. Brown do.
30 les St. Domingo Tobacco,
200 amsa Wrapping Paper,
10 s. Cherry Rum; 100 pa. Ravens Duck,
2 00ces Russia Duck; 50 do. Broad Diapers,
50do. Russia Sheetings. t
lise brnun and yellow Calicoes,
lo. navy blue do. G
80ls.1No. 3 Mackerel,
50:des superior dry hide Sole Leather.
-ALsn.-
4r.egs Ist quality Lard; 17 tons Logwood,
ntags Cayenne Cocoa. Gis dec I


-BfLs,. superfine FLOUR, for salehby
MUNSON Sc BARNAND,' No. 17,
Cadl-wharf. dec
LIVERPOOL SALT. c
lFI- HHDS. coarse Liverpool SALT, for sale
U by S. .'ARKMAN, Jr;;& CO. dee 1

RETAILIVG MOLASSES.
5 ICITARTD.D. TUCKER & CO. '.ave for sale,
S30 builds. Gaudaloupe MOLASSES,- dec 1

LUMP SUGAR.
\ BOXES. Philidephia Lunip Sugar, for sale
1f, hy MUNSON & BARNARD, No. 17,
*entral-wharf. dee 1
BALE ROPE.
f[WO hundred twenty coils white. Russia Bale
Rope, ofa size adapted to Cotton Bales, enti-
tled to debenture, and for sale by VAKER &
HODGES, No. 30, Indin-street. dec 1


T WENTY tierces excellent Head Rice,
17 halftierces do. do. do.
30 tierces prime retailing do..
30u do. good middling and ordinary do.' 1
50 bales prime Sea l land and Upland Cotton, 1
For sale by H. k.E. DAVENPORT, No. 14, '
Central-wharf. dec 1 a

BAKER & HODGES,
S.VNo. 30. LVDIA-STREET,
FFER for sale-larnding from Brig Packet, f
30 pipes 4th proof French Brandy,
50 baskets Salad Oil ; 10 bills. do. do. 4
100 boxes double boiled blue Soap, V
.98 casks Claret Wine; 115 boxes do. do.
& casks Cireanm Tarter. ,
2 doa. Verdigrise--2all c.11'itled to debenture. v
dee I


1Sreutral Rum and American Brandy,
S AID to be superior to any betfore made in this
country 4th .nd 5th proof, on hand and con-
stantly for sale by BENJAMIN STEVENS,
Front-street, or at the Lobby of State lank, where
he may be seen every day. epislm oct 31.

Middlesex, ss. To the heirs at law
and all others interested in the estate of Rebec-
ca Moore, late of Cambridge, in said county,
widow, deceased, GRKTINoG.
W HEREAS a certain instrument, pur-porting
to be the last will and testament of .said
deceased, has been presented for probate to the
Judge of Probate of said county, by "Frederick Man-
son, the executor therein named.
You are hereby notified to appear at i Court of
Probate, tobe holden at Cuambridge, in and for said
county, on the second Tuesdaiy of January, A. D.
1822, to show cause, if any youi have, against the
probate of the same. "
Witness.Sam'l P. P. Fay, Judge of Probate, at
Cambridge, this twenty-eighth day of November,
A. 1D.1821. Copy. Attest,
ISAAC FISKE, Register.
v HE Commissioners appointed by
--the Hon..Sumuel P.P.Fay, Esq. Judge of Pro.
bate, for the country of Middlesex, to receive and
examine the claims to the creditors to the estate of
NICHOLAS BROWN,
late.oh C.harlestowin, in said county, victualer, de.
ceased, represented insolvent, and six months being
allowed them to bring in and prove th-.ir claims,
the Commissioners give notice that they will attend
for that purpose at the otlice of Elihas Phinney, Esq.
in Charlestown, from 3 to 5 o'clock, P. M. of the
second Mondays of January anil May next.
OLIVER THOLDERi, 9C ,
ELIAS PHINNEY, "
Charlest-eon, JNoV. 14, 1821.

OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber has been duly appointed adminis.
trator on the estate of
JOHN HORSMAN,
late of Boston, in the county of Suffolk, laborer,
deceased, iiitessate;and ,as taken upon himself that
trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All per-
sons having demands upon the estate of said decea,-
ed,are required to exhibit the same; and all persons
indebted to the satit estate are called upon to make
payment to JONA. HOUS.nlA! JAdn'r.
Bostou, Xov. -29, 18t1.


JOHN C. PROCTOR,
Corner of Union and .inn-Streets, opposite the
Market, Boston.
4' AS received by the Parthian, Atlas and Mer-
cury, from Liverpool,his Fall Supply of
Birmingham and Sheffield Goods,
making his assortment very cornplete-among
which iart--Trace and Halt er Chains-Sad Irons--
Frying Pans-iHand, Benclh and Smith's Vices-
Anvils-screw Plates-Shovels-Spades-Wafflc
Ironas-Weights-Scale Beams-square head Bed
Screws-blass and copper Warming Pans-Bullet
Mouids-tGun Furniture-patent Tea Boilers-
copper, sheet and east-iron Tea-Kettles-Sauce
Pans-fluted and double Grid-Irons---Steel-Yards
Fire Irons-Shovel Pans-brass case, knob, mor-
tice, iron rim, closet, tine plate, banbury, pad,
trunk, chest, cupboard, btireani, boou-case, box and
till Lucks-Commode Knobs-Clock-Balls-Bed
Caps-door Itappers-hat Hooks-brass Cocks-
brass and iron Cantilesticks-brass Nails-brass
and iron Wire-hell Pulls-bell Springs, and bell
Wire-haind, table, house and sleigh Bells-Files
of nearly every description-card-table, portable-
desk, chest, H, IlL, and butt (linges-Screws-
Bolts-brass, bright, and Norfolk Latches-box
Rules-Clhinsels-Got'ges-Plane and Plough I-
rons--rhlamers-liincers-Drawing Knives- ship
Scrapers--M M and gilt Buttons-bundle alud
pound Pins-tea, breiad, cheese, and snuffer Trays
-floor, hearth, horse, cloth, and shoe Brushes-
Gun Locks-powder Flasks and shot Belts-oottom,
wool Antit horse Cardls-Curry-conmbs-Curr-ier's
Knives and Stones-table and desert Knives anti
Forks-carvers, bread, and shoe Knives-Tutan-
nia, iron and plated Spoons-sailors sp,prtsmen,
pocket aid Pcnknives-tailors, house, and sleep
Shears-Scissors--Raiors, and Fleams-Brittan-'
nia and block tin Tea Pots-mill, cross cut and
tenant Saws-hand, pnnel, webb, and back do.
Wrought and cut Nails-English L, blister,'Ger'.
man, tub and cast Steel--braiss Kettles-Caul-
idrons-G rates-Stoves-Shel t tron-Sheet Lead-
S tons soft bar Lead-U. S. and English Light In-

fantry Muskets-Rifles and itwling Pieces-.124
casks Butts' best tower proof Powder-366 jbs.
Cylinder, in Cannister'and Papers-Bristol, crown
and American Glass, ftiom 6 by 8, to 12 by 1'6-
15 tons hollow Ware, &c. ac. de" 1,

RUSSIA. GOODS.
LORING CUNNINGHAM & CO.
.. No. 42, CSE TRAL.-WHARPF,
SAVE f r sale, now landing from brig Adriatic
from St. Petersburg, 1000 is. Sheetings, and
tf50 ps. Ravens l)nck ; 50 ps. Brntsglhis Sailcloth
30 tks new ad old Sable Iron ; Sus boxes Tallow
Candle' 922 ps. broad Diaper.
Al1so iiiS.tore-2 casks Bristles, 1st quality
500,000 Quit st and 2d.quality.
dee I e istf

CALL 1. TA GOODS.
WETT & HA.MM IND, No. 9, Central-street, .
I have for sale, now lauilng ifroa ship Frankl in,
from Calcutta-21 bales Vyhite Cotton Piece
Goods ; 5 bales Custahs, Cithes and Chintz ; 17-
eases Choppa Romals; Bandau. as and Momy"
Choppas, .
In Sore-23 hales Blue Guralhs ; I ales Seer-
uckers, k&o. dc. dec 1

A.iIERICdY GOODS.

H. & J. LOWERING,
A .o. 50, ST7TE-Sl'REET,
H AVE JUST ]RECEIVED,
An extensive as.,ortment of A1MERICAN
GOODS, direct from the Manufacturers consisting i
if Broadeloths black and blue; Cassimeres, black,
blue and hareback; Satinets, do. do. do. ; Sheet-
ngs, bleached and unbleached; Shirtings, do. do.;
Ginghiams; Checks, Flosas Coton, ."
Stripes ; Flannels, Knitting Yitrn,
)iapers, Sattinet Warp, -
Sewing Cotton, I Wick Yarn,
Cases assorted American Paper Hlangings, -
do. do. 'do. -Bonnets, '
.do. Mei's coarse and fines Shoes,,... -
do. Women's do. do. do. "
do. Misses do. do. do. '
do. Boys' do. do. do. ,
do. Mlei's do. do. Brogans,'
do: Boys' do.- o. -do.
The alioie are uCfered fbi sale at fair prices for
ash o0 credit. Cash advanced owonsignments. .
december 1 .... .S; .

B. C. WARD & CIO. S
-AVrE received by the Missionary and Mer- -
Scolcli Plaids; Pin, No. 3S to 5, ,
Long Lawns, &c.
On hand-J. W. Rhodes' Bombazetts,
Wide andnat-row Hombazines ; Coatingsm ,
Duffils; Kerseys lBlue Cloths,
Double milled D.'i Cloths; B'ue Plains,
Brown Hollands ; 7.8 and 4-4 Linens,
Plain and fancy Ribbons; Galloous,
Kid Gloves; fancy Pelisse Silks,
Pelisse Claths, 4-o.
(ldec : No. 36, Brotd-strcet. h

PERMAJE.IVT INK.
JAMES W. BURDITT.
Franklin Htead, No. 94, Court-street,
AS received bv the Mercury, from Liverpool,
Clark'sludellible Permauent INK, for writing C
in Lien A apparel, Silk and Cotton Stockings, Ta- -
ie and Bed Linen, &c.&c. with a common pen.- i
'lhis Ink will not injure the most delicate texture,
and cannot be discharged. It is the only sure meth- g
ra of identifying such property. dec 1

S.IPS BLOCKS ANVD PUMPS.
HE business of Blocks and Pump Making, in
Small its branches is continued at the old stand,
l\iIndia-siteeet (leading from Broad to India street)
where are kept constantly on hand, a large assortL
ment of well Aeasosed BLOCKS, &a. which will
be sold at prices as low as cau be obtained else-
vhere in Boston.
Likewise, a number of tons of Lignumvitt.
The friends of the subscriber, and the public in
general, asalsn the customers of the late firm, are s
elicited to favor him with their patronage. The t
smallest favoi's gratefully acknowledged by 1
ISAAC DUPEE,,No. 41, India-street.
('Pumps repaired in a faithful manner at short
notice tt deo 1


FRESH FRUIT,
-TMPORTI ED in the Elk and Hazard, from Mala-
. ga, to be sold at
JOSEPH CALLENDER'S Store,
No. 40, .iMlRLBORO'-S'1 REET,
1EAlt TIlE OLD SOUTH,
120 jm's and pots fresh Malaga Grapes,
Casks do. do. Raisins, ,''
Bunch and Muscatel do. do. do. in boxes,
Fresh Currants; Jordan Almonds,
Fresh Citron ; Real Cinnamon,
Mase ; Nutmegs; Cloves,
S Cassie, .
Alspice, Ground very convenient fosr family
Pepper, use.
Rice, "
.qlso, just received,
50,000 superior SPANISH CIGARS, two years
old, made in one of the best mnanufactorices in the
havana, and for which an extra pric' was paid.
With a large assortment bestGroceties-in par-
ticular, tie article of Tea, wh'eh is always select-
ed from the best chops ; and every article, sold at
moderate prices. 24pis nov 28
Commonwealth of. Massachusetts.
Suffolk, ss. At a Probate Court held at Boston,
within and for the county of Suffolk, afosesaid,
on Monday the twenty-sixth day of November,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun-
dred and twenty-one.
HEREAS John Parks, administrator of the
goods and estate of Gideon Parks, late of
Boston, aforesaid, merchant, deceased, intestate,
has this day offered for allowance his third account
of administration on said deceased's estate, he is
hereby directed to give public notice, two weeks
successively in the Columbian Centinel, a newspa-
per printed in Boston, that said account will be aet-
ed upon at the Probate Office aforesaid, on the
second Monday in December next, being the tenth
day of: -sid month, at ten of the clock, A. M..
a hen and where all persons interested may. a attend
if they see fit.
Given under my hand dihe day and year first
above written.
3sp T. DAWES, J. of Probate.


Ivory handled Knives and Forks.
JUST received by the Triton, a large assort-
ment of Ivory hamtled table Knives and Forks.
with Deserts and Carve's to match, in setasof fifty-
two pieces each, for sale by
J.& S. A. GODDARD
No. 1, Kilby-street.
Dvc. I epltis

FRENCH HA BIT CLOTHS.
S & J. Ht. PRAY, Nos. 12 and 14, Market-
street,have received a further supply of ele-
gant FRENCH1 HABIT CLOTHIS, consisting of
fashionable Mixtures,Prussian,Mazariiie and Navy
blue. epis4w dec I

BRITISH PIECE GOODS.
H ENIY CUTFER & CO. have received per
SGlide, Triton and Missionary-thirty two
bases and cases British Manufactures, which they
offer for sale at their sture, cortnr of State-steet.
dec I epis3w


London broad black Bombazines.

WHITNEY & HASKELL,
TH 'Ao. 29, I.ARKET-STRE ET,
JH AVE this day received.
I case of BROAD BLACK BOMIAZINES,
of the best LONDON FABRIC, they are consid-
ered, the most perfect and beautiful goods ever im-
ported.
Constantly on hand a complete assortment of
MOURNING ARTICLES, of the best quality.
(lee 1 tt

Cigars, Old Couhnbia, ete.
D EBLOIS ~d TREMLETT have for sale, at
No. 66, Betnad st. (next to the corner of
Custom House st.)-!50,000 choice Cigars; 6f
bbls. old Columnuia ; 100 boxes Bunch Raiins ; a
few jar. Grapes, and a general assortment'of West
India Goodsunod Groceries."' eptf dec I
Rich Fac l Articles and. l'.nlislh
lair Work.
L. RICHARDSON,
No.- "27, di.RLBORO'4,5TREET,
[OPPOSITE *rltl OLt SOUTH MArETIGO HOUSE,]

HIAS received frQm Lon-
-dna an extensive assortment
Sof the best anutfactured and
mont Tfasbinable Hair Work
that hass ever been offered
for sale in Bostoin. -
i j Ladies' long hair'and cross
S Wigs rmade of the best of
Hair and in the most natural
.i and fiisliionable manner.,
Gntlemen's WInS and .Pies Ifor Ithe To of
the HEAT)n, various colours, fine flair and made by
tihe best workmen.
Ladies' Frizett, Bmnche, Baids, .Braidse, Net
llemd Dresess, &c. &c. -
L. R. keeps constantly for sale a great variety of
Fancy articles and Perfumery, among which are
the following: ladies' a1-1 gentlemen's. Dressing
Cases of all descriptions. The best of Philadel-
phia Cloth, Hair, and Tooth Brushes ; all kinds of
French and English Perfumery; gentlemen's Sha-
ving Apperatus ; Emerson's and Pomerby's cele-
brated'Razor STROPS.
200 Dozen of American and India Tortoise
Shell COMBS of the most fashionable patterns.
Dee. I

SWIRE FIRE FEEDERS.
T received-2 cases WIRE FIRE FEND-
J ES-for sale at No. 13, Dock-square.
dec I 6w
European India and Jmerican Goods
SA, UEL BURDITT,
,'EPS conl antly for sale, a good assortment
of Eguropea-, India arid Amerietin PIECE
GO DS, by retail, his shop No. 92, Court-street,
opposite Old Court itseis. Prices reasonable.
tnov 10 \ islwtf

SEGLISH RIDLES.
CHARLES M.\DOMETT,
VNb. 17, .MA.RL Of O'-dTREET,
Corner of Bromfield-lane. san. three doors below"
S his old'stand,'l
I'TAVING received a iewv dozens superior
ENGLISH IIRIOLES, of various pattertis,
embossed and plain, enables him to ol'er, together
with his former Stock, a general assortment of
SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, and'various
articles of plated and common SADDLERY. iIe
also intends manufacturing and keeping Oi Ianld eV-
cry article usually Kept inthis line of b'sinesR, viz:
Tinvelling, Packiug, aid common T1runks; Count-
ing Room and fancydo.; Travelling Bags and'
Portmanteaus. HIe will also furnish, on short tno-
tic, Military Companies with Caps, Boxes and
Belts, Knapsacks, ice. Re. on reasonable terms,
and in the most approved style. Fire Societies
ind Engine Companies supplied with Buckets and
Hoses. Bobby Hormes, a neat and durable toy, and
highly tecomnmended for the exercise of children.
nov 24 6is

Plaid. Cloaks and Fur Caps,
CHEAP!!
UST received 4 trunks Gent's. Plaid Cloaks,
a. and 8 doz. Gent. and Youths consisting of Seal,
Otter, Sable, Leopard, Racoon, Mink, Bear, Je-
nett and Coloured. Fur Caps, for sale very cheap-
ifapplied for immediately.
/asoe-Fur Gloves, Mittens and Trimmings, to-
gcther with a general assortment of
European and JAmerican Goods,
it the lowest prices, at No. 88, Court-street, by
STEPHEN HALE, Jr. 4spis nov 24
SOMETHING XICE.
FOSTER & BARTON,
.A'o. 15, AJarlbtrongfh-atrect,
TAVE just received a handsome assortment of
elegant embossed blvci and russet English
riles, with Martingales to match-which, with
heir patent spring Saddles, ladies'and gentlemen's
shaftoed and plain do., Dimi-peak do. (suited to
he Spanish market) travelling and common
trunks, carpet and leather Bags, Valiocs, Fire
Buckets, Whips and Thongs, and every other -
icle usually manufactured and kept in their line,
hey offers on as reasonable terms as can be piur-
chased else where, Iy wholesale or retail.
Orders gratefully received and promptly exe-
ciuted di. c

,Moccasins, Buffalo Robes, c. '
W" M. LiNCOLN. No. 2, Old State House,
S has just received, a supply of Fur Seal
Moccasins, a new and excellent article for travel-
lin s. *
Likewise, Men's and Ladies' fine Seal, Oiter,
and Genet Caps ; Men's Fur Seal Gloves and Mit-
tens; Buffalo Robes, by the bale and single.
nov14 epis6w

THERMOMETERS.
FOR sale by JAMES W. BURDITT, Frank.
S lin Head, No. 94, Court-street, THERMOM.
ETERtS of various sizes and prices.
nov21 .6wlwis
PELISSE CLOTHS, etc.
IBALE superfine and low priced PRLISSE
CLOTHS, containing Navy and Prussian blue,
ilab, pearl, lavender, sage, brown, 'e.; white,
yellow, red and green Flannels; superfine white
mill do.; Bombazetts, plain, twilled, and figured ..
black worsted Bombazeens; 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12-4"
Rose Blankets; black, white, and slate worsted
lkase ; worsted and Lamb's Wool half Hose; Silk
and tabby Veivets; Beaver, Castor, and Kid
Gloves, e.-Just received, at No. 35, Market-
street. ABEL BAILEY.
.tct 24 6wis


Middlesex, ss. To the heirs at law
and all others interested in the estate of Jabez
Hor-ard, late of Malden, in said county, cord-
wainer, deceased, intestate, GREXTINO..
W "HEREAS Jonathan Oakes, administrator of
said deceased, has presented for allowance
to the Judge of Probate of said comiity the first ac-
count of his administration upon the estate of said
deceased.
You are hereby notified to appear at a Court of
Probate, to be holden at Cambridge, in and for.
said county, on the second Tuesday in January
next, to show cause, if any you have, against tihe
allowance of the same.
Witness Sam'l P. P. Fay, Judge of Probate,
at Cambridge, this fifitenthi day ofNovember, A.
D. 181 ISAAC FISKE, Register.


f I.-.,. ., ^ .


BOSTON THEATRE.

gi- The Managers have the pleasure of
announcing the engagement of
Mir. Phillips and Mrs. Iolman,
FORL A'FEW NIGHTS.

ON MONDAY EVENING, Dxc;:aasBn 3,
Will be performed, the celebrated Opura, called the
DE VL'S BRID GE.
COUNT BELINO, MR. PHILLIPS
Countess Rosalvina. Mrs. Holnan

To which will be added, the favorite Farce, called
RAISING THE WIW).

Andover and Medford Turnpike.
TFlBE Proprietors of the Andover ant Medford:
STurnpike Corporation are hereby notilicld,
that their annual meeting will be holden, as usual,
at Skinner's Tavern in ledtbord, on Monday the
tenth day ofDlecember next, at two o'clock, in the
Afternoon, and that a dividend on thie Shares will
then and there be declared and paid.
dec nI .J POR1TER, Corep. Clerk.
Glass Spinning for short time,
ATY MR. 'ILLY, from London, every (iay, from
1 3 to 5 o'clock, at.d from 7 to 8 on Monday,
Wednesday and Ftiday evenings, at the Columbi-
an Museum, Tremont-street. Admittance to the
whole collection 35 cents. dec I

DRAWING ACADEMY.
HR. D. L. BROWN, respesetlully informs his
L i friends and pupils, that lie intends to return
li-om New-York in thei course of next week, when
.he will be happy j to meet them again at his Acade-
mny, Corni'ill-squar. 2pis nov 28

S A I;Vi ELEPHANT,
r" ONTINUES to be exhibited every day and
V eveningg (.Saturday evenings excepted) at Ex.
hibitA.l-Hlall, No. 2, IHanover-street. This anid
imal jis allowed by those who have seen hlert to
excel all others ever exhibited for docility and
sagacity. Also to be seen as above, WI.LIAM'S
PATENT RAILWAY sud Fancy Carriage ; to-
gether wit a large collection of Prints.-Admittance
.25 cents. epistf nov 24
S Iy..TISED.'
G"ffO REAMS printing P' PER, worth Z3,25
il petr ream, for which the cash will be
paid On delivery. Apply at JAMES LORING'S
Bookstore, No. 2, Cornlsill. de," I
'AfT1 .D,
Na small family, a faithful capable Woman, to
do Cooking. Any one of good disposition, who
cin he well recommended, may hear of a place on
application at the Centipel Counting Room.
deccl


?N Charles River-1 bundle of Merebndized--
S uie owner may have the same by proving Prop-
erty and'paying charges, and calling upon JOHN
FILLEBROWN, at Charles River ridge.
C. harlestown, Nov.27, 1821.

'1TO JiE LESLD,
"-OR one or rnjre years, and possession given
I' oni the 1st Januairy, thie Eagle Tavern, situia-
ted an the Main-street, in Churlestown. This
House has 16 rooms, with an elegant Hall adjoin-
ing, 70 by 30. wilh an Orchestra and Chandelier;
nnder the Ilall is a Dining Room and large Kitch-
en, with Steam Machinery and large Boiler for
cooking,with aStore Room and 1 Room adjoining;
there is a Wood and Wash house, with rain water
Cistern and good Pump water, and large Yard,with
Sheds and every accommodation for country teams.
For terms, appty at No.53, State-street, in' the fore-
soUon; in the afternoon, at the Disiillery, noar the
premises. dmcl

TO lIE LET.
A VERY conveient lHouse consisting of t Par-
Slor nd Kitchen ri the satesame floor, 3 Cham-
bers, ani awo large upper chambers ; a good eel-
lar, yva-rl.d, g'rden and every other conivenience-
jent thirty dollars per Quarter. Also. two
-;S4jti Tenemeots of two rooms calculated for
small families, each having a good cellar, wood.
,house and large yard-rent verve reasonable ; situ-
.atdsn at tlIe south part of the town on the Main-st.
Inquire at the Centincl Counting Room. deo 1
SYrjIA' ITO 1 URItC SE.
A CONVENIENTr anmid pleasantly situated
Dellihng-louse. For particulars inquire of
G. i4. DO\N'I, No. 6S, Court-street, or SAM'L
B. DOANE, Gouch-street, West Boston,
dec I ep3t
R.l v AW.IY, ..
F RONM the subs-riber on the 26t1 inst. DANIEL
SMONK, an indel.tedoApprentice, in the 20th
year of his age. Said apprentice is about tive feet
high, of a light complexion, and light hair, thad on
when lie went away a blue coat, satinet pantaloons
and altriped vest. He has a sear ot the top of his
head, father upon the right side. All persons are
hereby forbid trusting, harbouring or employing
said apprentice on the pains and penalties of the
la. Whoever will return said runawy, shall re-
ceive one cent reward ald no charges paid.
I SILAS ALDEN.
Randolph, Ntov. 2S, 1821.


BY BLAKE & CUNNINGRIAM.
I Furniture.
THIS DAY at past 9 o'clock,
At BLAKE & CUNNINGHAM'S Office
JVb. 5, AK'L.B-ST"r E]7,
Many articles of useful House FURNITURE-
among thentare,a set of mahogany Dining Tables,
Pembroke do.; large handsome Sideboard ; do.
gilt framned.Looking Glasses; Secretory and Book
Case; Fire Set; 1 pair of bronze and gilt two
branch'Lamps.; French Bedstead, nearly new ;
mahogany high post do.; 1 set mahogany Chairs,
will Hair Seats, new, and of a genteel pattern ;
flncy d1oh "1it Cane Seats; Dniing, Tea and Coffee
Sets til Lh., ; cut glass Tumblers and Wines;
Waiters ; Knives and Forks ; Timepiece ; 4 new
Feather Bee4; Bureaus, &c.
.qt 12 o'cleck-7 Entry Lamps, different sizes ;
3 Street do. ;10 dozen Floor Bliushlis I Count-
ing-Room Desk. : ----
". I, I Sherieffs Sale.,
SUrF6Lr,; :s.. ?-. .a v Boston, Nov. 30, 1821.
Taken by Execution, atid will be sold at Public
Vendue,
On MONDAY ndet at 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
1 large Iron Machine, for cutting Tobacco and
making Snasf-tnoether with a variety of Sifters;
1 very superior Rifle; I do. Air Gun i; 1 Pistol.
By order of
JOHN S. WILLIAMS, Dep. Sheriff,

Sil'er Ware.
On TUESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVE, '
An assortment of SILVER WARE, consisting
of 1 English made Tea and Coffee Set, new sand
elegant pattern; Coffee and Tea Pots; Sugars;
Creams ;I Slops; Porringers ; Tumblers; Tank-
ards ; Caus; Pitchers ; Ladles; Spoons; Wine
Ladles Sails;. nives and Forks ; Chafing Dish-
es ; Fish Knives; Snuff and Cigar 'Boxes; Cupst
and Saucers 4 Indispensables; Purses,-&c. &c.
.so-, tfew articles of PLATED WARE, such
as Coffee Biggin; Candlesticks ; Lamps; Tea
Caddies; Mustards; Cut Glass Salts; -Japaned
Waiters and Baskets; Work Boxes, ec. &c.
L ..At J past 1; o'clock-12 jars Manilla Sweet-
meats, consisting of Oranges, Ginger Limes, Cit-
ron, Mango, &e. &c.; 2 jars Frosted sugar and
Manilla Cake ; 6 boxes Pouchong and Pecco Tea.
Also-S boxes white Chiaa powdered Sugar,
about S3 lb. each ; 3 tuba Sugar Candy.
The above may be examine on the morning of
the sale.
Sheriff's Sale.
SuFrotL, as. Boston, Nov. 27, 1821.
Taken by Execution, and will be sold at Public
Auction,
THIS DAY at I o'clock,
In froMa oj O.ice,
One four wheel CARRIAGE. By o.der of
JOHN S. WILLIAMS, Lep. Slherl,


BY JACOB PEABODY & CO.
THIS D)Ai at 12 o'clock,
aJt No. 45, Long-'whAaf,
7000 Russia CALF SKINS, some very large
size. They may be examined any day previous to
the sale.
Furniture at Auction.
The subscriber giving up house-keeping, will sell
at Auction, on MONDAY next, at to o'clock,
The entire FURNITURE of his House in
Columbia-street, consisting of Dining, Pembroke
and Card Tables ; Carpets and Hearth Rugs; So-
fa and Lolling Chair ; Looking Glasses ; Secretary
and Book Case ; Dining and T'ea Sets; some very
elegant Paintings; mahogany and other Bedsteads;
Beds and Bedding; 1 Laies' Chinese Secretary
hantldsome Fire Sets and Grate; several suils of
Bed aid Window Curtains 2 elegant Timepieces
elegant cut Glass Decanters, Wines and Tumblers ;
to10t vols. Books-together with a great variety of
Kitchen Furniture; Wine and Cider; Casks and
Bottles, in the cellar; several Cords Wood, split
and dried, in the wood-house.
dlso-Entry and Side Lamps; Light and Wash
Stands.
N. B.-The above House is to be. let.
RALPH HUNTINGTON.
Land.
On WEDNESDAN next at 1 o'clock,
.t' ER CH'.A TS 11ALL,
75,000 square feet of LAND, situated at. the
bottom of the Common, formerly improved for
the manufacture of Cordage, and running parallel
with Pleasaut-street-witl, the Buildings thereon.
Conditions made known at the sale.


Public Vendue.
To be sold at Public Vendue, on WEDNESDAY,
2(ch December, 1821, at 12 o'clock, at Mer-
chants' Hall, Boston, for the payment of assess-
ments that have been due atnd unpaid more than
thirty days, with all ueceCssary and incidental
charges,
The following Shares in the Hydraulic Machine
Company, viz:-Shares No. 378, 873, 411, 412,
413, 414,415,491, 492, 493, 494 and 495-of ter,
dollars a slhare. WM. PAYNE, Treasurer.
Bostoni, JAov. 22, 1821..
Public Auction.
By order of Court, will be sold at Public Auc-
tion, on TUESDAY, the lthi day of Decem-
ber next, at 1'2 o'clock,
So much of the Real Estate of Mary Nowell,
late of Newburyport, widow, deceased, as will
amount to the sum of eight hundred and ten dol.
lars, for the payment of the deceased's just debts
and incidental charges. Said Estate consists of
a lot of Land, measuring about 32 feet on tlhe
south side ot Skip-street, with a Dwelling-house
thereon. dlso, a lot of Latid, measuring about 34
feet on the west side of said Ship-street, with ia
Dweiling-hiouso thereon. Mlso, a lut of Land, with
part of a Dwelling-hlusie thereon, about forty feet
irom the west side of said Ship-street, bounded on
a passage way, situate in Boston.
Sale to be at tlse above described premises.
SAMUEL NEWMANAN,
ts Administrator with the will ann;cxsd.


.P IW WA. 1'ED.
gl7 ANTED to hire the wilei or part of a Pew,
y in Rlev. M. V Ware's (Curch. qui'ire aitiihe
leuotinel Counting iRoomt. (pistf "o,, 7
DftYh[ALI." G-IO US..
L''1O be sold elhear, a h nidsoin u'ni n'-venient
r bick DweliiunIg House, in com;i !vte csp.r,
nd Ipletaul:ly situated. Ii.trtiia t l. l,'entiol,
; titau g aeope. ceiitt" un k


BY WHITWELL, BOND & CO.
On TUESDAY next ag 10 o'clock,
At W ITrrw.ELL, BOND & Co's Office,
N 2, KILBY-STREET,
A variety of fresh DRY GOODS, imported in
the Mercury and Triton.
1At 10 o'clock, precisely-10 bales imitation Rus-
sia Sheetings, of superior quality for Shoe Deal-
oers; 2 do. superfine Pelisse Cloths, fashionable
colors; I do. Cassimeres, do. do.. 2 cases 8.4
Cassimere Shawls, printed borders, whites and va-
rious shades of driabs.
At 11 o'clock precisely, by the package-the fol-
lowing GOODS :-2 oases steamn-toom Shirtings;
5 bales Rhodes' assorted Bembazetts ; 1 do. do.
all blacks do.; 1 do. do. twilled do. do. ; 1 do.
Kerseys ; I do. Duffils; 1-do. blue Plains.
.iso-i bales Rhodes & Co's Iplatin colored
Bombazetts; 4 do, figured and plain do.
The above liombazaitts will be sold without any
reserve. The packages may be seen on Moonday
belbre the sale. -
On SATURDAY next at 11 o'clock,
AS astOVE,
788 bags Calcutta Crude Salt Peltre ; 20 cases
washed and scraped Guin Copal ; 18 do. Burax.
Trimss at Sale. "
Culcutta Piece Goods-per Franklin.
On WEDNESDAY, 12thuinst. at past 10Oo'clk,
AS ABOVE, "
The following PIECE GOODS, imported in
tite shillp FraiSklii, Obear, from (...AlIa, all a.leSt-
ed wiln great care, by an experienced agent, con-
sisting ol 7000 ps. Choppas, of vaj ious qualities;
500 do. fine blue stripedSeersuckers; 750 dn. do.
cheeked do.; 750 do. yellow st-iped do.1 30 bales
white Piece Goods, consisting ol Mamoodies, San-
nas and Cossas. "
Catalogues will be ready and sample packages
opened for examination three days previous to sale
-...it Private Sale...,
10 whole chests Trumbull's superior Bohea
Tea 3500 ibs. Cassia, iln mats.

Rum.
THIS DAY at before 11 o'clock,
I Mr. lobert's Store, leooe's what;
NVetlther tair or foul,
Unavoidably postponed from yesterday,
23 hhds. prime old Jamaica RLJM, high proof

Real Estate on India-street.
To be sold at Auction,-
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
On the PElBAMlSES,
A piece of LAND, suitable for the erection of
two brick Stores or Houses, or which might be used
for ten feet wooden luildings-a ground rent of
5180 per year, having within a few days been of-
fered for it for that purpose, on a lease of ten
years-bou ded northerly on India-street, there
measuring 32 feet; easterly on a ten feet passage-
way of 200 feet in length, between India-street aiid
Broad-street, there measuring 60 feet; southerly
on a seven feet passage-way entering the first na-
med ten feet passage-way at right" a igles, there
measuring about 36 feet; anil westerly partly on
store No. 40, India-street--the partition line rums-
ning through the centre of the bt ick wdll, one half
of which belongs to this lot-au-nd partly on other
land adjoining, there measuring GO feet.
.lst-i large tor story wooden Bfluilding, about
67 by 25' feet, to the sou.h-of the brregoin-g, with
a piece of vacant land on the east side, suitable for
sail-makers, riggers, and pump -and block makes,
amid now lets for S500 a year-bounded northerly
on the above mentioned seveut feet passage-way,
there measuring 44 feet; easterly on the above
mentioned ten feet passage-way, between India-
street and Broad-street, there measuring 67 feet;
southerly on a te feet passage-way between it anod
the Broad-street houses, there measuring 50 feet;
westerly on a three feet passage-way between it and
the Wharf street houses, thece measuring b7 feet.
N. B.-A colored plan of the above Land is to
be seen at Messrs. W. Bond 1& Co's Office.

Old Buildings.
THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,
All the Materials .if sundry Buildings ost Sum-
mer-street, to wit:-The brick tlansionn-Houselate
of Eben. Parsous,-Esq. and the wooden Stable its
the rear of the same--the wooden House and Shop
now occupied by Mr. Lewis. Likewise-the Fen-
ces on the premises, most of which are nearly new.
Thle time allowed for the removal of thes above
a ill be named at the sale.
On TUESDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Ait Jo. 44, Central-street,
20,000 Madras GOAT SKINS; 20 M. Calcut-
ta do.do.; S500 do. salted COW HIDES.

Sugar, Ginger, *'c.--per Franklin.
On TUESDAY, 11th inst. at 11 o'clock,
At No. 44, Central-whdf ,
330 bags yellow Beerboomu double boiled Sugar;
300 do. common Benares do.; 350 do. superior
white Benares do ; 100 do. Bagga do.; 1280 dn.
containing 50,000 lbs. Garbled Ginger; ,30000
Gunny Blags; 35,00e Horn Tips. Also-Sl00 1bs.
Block Tin.
Catalogues will be ready the day previous to the
sale, and the Goods nmay be examined any time.be
fore the sale, by applying as above.


BY S- F. COOLIDGE.
NOTICE.-Purchasers of Clothing at S. F.
Coolidge's sale, are requested to call and receive
the articles they purchased in course of this day.

Novia Scotia Potatoes.
THIS DAY at I past 12 o'clock,
At SAM~UEL F. Cooi.iDGE'S Office,
vo. 15, Cl1,TiAJ.-STl''l
1000 bushels very superior Nova Scotia blue nose
POTATOES, in lots to suit purchasers.

THIS DAY at 1-2 o'clock.
.t JOWE'S WIHJRF'
Now landing ifrom brig Chatham,
70 pipes Ist quality Schiedamn GIN ; 22 casks
Linsee OIL. --__
Channel Coal.
On MONDAY next at I o'lefok,
At the cornerof Kilbyjand Cenhr4a-streetsc,'
40 chaldrons Cannel COAL, of a very super>
or quality, on board ship Meiceury.
BY EPHiRAIM LOCK.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At EP5IRAIM LOOK'S -Ofice,
Xo. 5, COVG- -RESS-SQUARE,
100 tierees Eastern POTAT'OES, in shipping
o r d e r "

BY FRANCIS WILBY.
The CROCKERY WARE whlch was to be'
sold THIS DAY has been disposed of atlprivate
sale. __
London SlheathingCopper, Iron, ground
White Lead,&c. .
On TUESDAY textat at1 o'clock;
At FRANIeS WILBY'S? Office,
A o. 9, KIL, BYr-S'7 Iti B
S20 tons English IR110N, of the following sizes,.
viz:-5-8 square; 5-9 Bolt; 4 square; No. 5
round rods; Nail lods; Hoops, 21 ; f-8.and
3-16; 1-8 and 5-4 inch; 3 tons 6 lb. Cannon
Balls; 4 do. L,2 do. do. do.; 3 do. 18 do. do. do.
36 pigs Rose Copper; 200 tubs 1-2 and 5-8 inch
square Steel 1.30 kegs ground W :te Lead ; 20
casks Linseed Oil; 1 tou best English Blistered Steel.


THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
Ou. ROWE'S HVYJAIrF,
Or immediately after W., Bond & Co's Ram,
400 lbs. NUTMEGS, in fine order.

Calcutta Cow Hides.
On MONDAY next at half past 12 o'clock,
7 On Commerecial WVhatf,
700 dry salted Calcutta COW HIDES, partial-
ly damaged. -
Cargo of sch'r Washington, from Mntar-
seilles .
On WEDNESDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Opposite tle Arch, Central-woharf,
The entire Cargo of said vessel, viz:-200 boxes
Soap; 19 casks Cream Tartar; I do. Verdi-
grise; 21 do Olive Oil; 100 boxes do. do;; 100
casks Claret Wine; 10 pipes Eraidyi 3 dases
Cantharides.
,lso, immediately after the above-50 puncheons
Tobago Ruin, entitled to debenture.
BY WINSLOJW, CHANN1NG & CO.
T' IS DAY at 10 o'clock,
At WINSLOW, CHANNING & COX'S Office,-
No. 8, KIL YF-STIIEE i:
A large assortment of WOOLLEN GO-ODS,
consisting of Broadcloths and Cassimners, of al!
kinds ; blue Cloths; Plains; Blanketts; Flannels;
Woollen Vestings; superfine blue Cloths; Coat-
ings; Shirtings; Book Musins; Cottoin Cam-
briess; Chintz Shawls; Lawn uin Cambrnic Mus-
lins ; Marseilles Vertings; Cotton and .Worsted
Lose; Rhodes'Bombazetts; imitation Sheetings
Osnaburgs; black and colored Ribbons, fall
kinds ; Galloons, colored andil-black; black Silk
Velvets -; bleak Levantines; figured Saranets, bte.

Russia Goods. ...
On WEDNESDAY .next .t 1i o'clock ,-
.' AS ABOVE.,
The following GOODS, just received :-5 bales
broad Russia Diaper ; 200 ps. 2 1 quality Russia
Duck; 200 ps. Russia Sheetings, fist quality.

Piece Goods.
On SATURDAY next at 10 o'clock,
S AS AnOVE,
The following GOOIS, just receivAd :-2 bales
saved list blue and mixt Cloths; I do. blue and ol-
ive Coatings ; 2 do. Rose Blankets; -2 do. blue
Cassimeres; l.do. mixt do. ; 2 do. middling blue
Cloths; I do. Flainels, assorted ; I do. black
Bombazetti ; 2 do. superfine blue Cloths ; I do.
Woullen Vestiogs; 1 do. Valcutia do. ; 1 do. us-
sorted Cassimeres.
.so-lcase elegant Linen Damask, first quality .,
1 do. Long Lawns ; I do. Linen Diapers; 3 do.
6-4 Cotton Cambrics; I do. Twist Shirtings ; 2
do. elegant London rol'd Furnitures.
By the case, (positive sale) at 11 oclock-2
bales fine b own Htoles; 2 do. common hall bleach-
ed Linen ; 2 cases black and colored Galloons andu
liank Ribbons ; 1 do. black Ribbons, Nos. to 6.
... .t P'rivate Sale..
12 bales full and half blooded Merino Wool; 3
pipes genuine old Idia Madeira Wine; 30 do.
American Brandy, best quality ; 5 hhds. Vir ginia,
Tobacco.
Wanted, as above-an active Boy, whose par-
ents live in town. -
Liverpool Salt and Coat.
THIS DAY at I past 12 o'clock,
On board sloop Packet,
A4< the Head of Long l'harf,
22l5 lids. coarse Liverpool SALT ; 20 chal-
drmits do. COAL.
BY T. K. JONES k CO.
Fresh Goods.
On MONDAY next at 10 o'clock,
At T. K. JONES & Co's Oflicte,
No. 20, KILBY--S'IJJEE ',
A prime assortmait tof British GOODS, re-
ceived per Mercury and Triton, part of which
will be sold by the package, and part by the piece,
viz :-bales superfine blue, black and drab Cloths;
do. dto. navy blue and drab Pelisse Cloths ;' do. do.
Cassimeres, assorted colors; do. printed Cassimere
Shawls ; do.-white, red, green and yellow Fil'n-
nels j cases black Bombazines ; I case .1-4 and
6-4 white Cimbries. Also-I case Colerain Irish
Linens.
Jt 12 o'clock-an entire invoice, contaiing about
1000 groce superior gilt Coat Buttons 100 do. do.
Vest do.; 2 eases London Pins; 2 do. elegant Tea
Trays.
On TUESDAY next at before 11 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
00 pipes old L. P. Canary WINE; S9 do.
do. do. do. do.; 40 casks'rich Malmsey orsSacc.
do. Conditions-satisifacttory endorsed notes, pay-
able in 6 months.
Ship at Auction.
OU TUESDAY next atA2 o'clock,
Ait V DIf- WIFHL./iRF,
VWhereshe now lies, will be sold, to close a concerns
The coppered ship AMERICAN HE
RO, burthen 315 tens, as she came ifrom
sea. I'llis ship is burtheinsome and well calculated
oi a freighting vessel, or for a whaling voyage.-
T'he sale will be absolute and tlhe conditions libe-
rat. lHer inveatory may be see. at No. 37, India-
wharf, and any further .information obtained reu-
gatrding the vessel.

Cargo of brig Homer.
On MONDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Thie entire Cargo of brig Hlomer, tromn M.iailla
nd Batavia,consisting of o.lT bags 1Manilla Sou-
g;ar ; 311 hides tanned Leather ; 39 bags Mai.illa
Coffee ; 31 boxes do.lIndigo; 1623 bags Java Collee.


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PFDn TUE CEN5tNEL FOUNT.
Mn. RUssELL.-rThe following was
suggested by a solo sung in one of outr
Churches last Sabbath evening.
AR what music wakes in heaven ?
1 Angels chant thd song of Ev'n,
Softly now the Angel choir
Swell their notes above the lyre
Now repeat the choras prayer,
Take, oh take me to your care"
Now the Saints have caught the strain,
Louder now it swells again ;
Nearer earth descends the song,
Kindred hosts the strain prolong;,
Kindred vpices join the prayer,
Tuker oh! take me to your care."
Songs of Angels do I hear ?
Voice of Saints that binds one here ?
Sure the sounds, which thrill my soul,
Nearer now around me roll;
Is some guardlar. Spirit there?
Take, oh take me 49 your care."
I have wandered long and lone
In life's dark and frigid zone;
Where noe summer gale of love
Passes o'er the blighted grove:
From its chilly midnight air
Take, oh! take me to year care."
Life once more a blossom bears;
Once again a welcome wears;
Though its fragrance all was fled,
Ev'ry budding pleasure dead,
Now again its .joys I share,
Take, oh! take me to your care."
,Nov. 27. OROLIO,


T THE PHOENIX RESTORATOR.
A C the corner of Water and Congriss.streets,
now in the occupation of Mr. Dudley Brad-
street, will be vacated on the first ofJanuary. The
centr,d situatiou of this house, Itsa proximity to the
Post Office and most of the business pieces of the
town, reilers it a desirable Establishment, and
has for a riumbe of oyearts insured constante custom.
Any one disposed to lease it, will apply to P. R.
DALTON, No. 32, India-st. nov 24
ifanutfacturer s and Capitalists attend.
"TOlt SALE,that'well known estate in lhrait-
." tree, about ten miles from Boston, known by
the appellation of the Braintree Iron Works, and
is now in complete order for immediatee use. The
estate comprises a number of buildings, viz-one
very large wooden one t&r the purpose of carrying
in the work -nerally, in wbioh are a large'trip
hammer, a fqrnace, three stacks ofahimnies,water
wheels, bellows, ke. e&e-a large building fior a
finishing shop, and a barn adjoining. ,lso, a argo
building erected for agrist mill, but can be con-
verted to anw other purpose. There is also a good
Dwelling-House, two stories high, a garden, and
about Lthree acres of land, with a number of valu-
able fruit trees o, tne same. The dam is in excel!-
lent order, and there is a full supply of water. It
haasice very great advantage by water carriage,
for tle Packets come within haif a mjli of it daily,
nad will take away the manufactured articles, an.,
bring any raw materials that may be wanted. This
undoubtedly, where business is carried on upon a
late see, would make an immense saving.
This estate wil be sold on snoh terms as to
make it an object tfor any capitalist to become
purchaser. Apply to BI:,IIN SMITH, No.
4,Ceittal-wharl, or"t 3Majer MINOT TIHA -
ER, raintree. eoptf march I

VAL UJIBLE AME DICI 'E.
ANTI DYStEPTIC PJLLS,
1Prepared bq Henry .aTames, VewYoI'ork.
hN approved atd almost certain remedy for
A Dyspepsia, or Indigestion lHabitual Costive-
ness and PFiles.
It is well known that Dyspepsia is one of the
most frequent formidable diseases of our country.
Its commencement is indicated in different patients
by various symptoms, of whicb the most remarkable
aUre-
Ir.egularity of the bowels, obstinate costiveness,
violent headache, commonly called nervous or sick
headache, ycllownes of-the eyes and ski, acidity
of stomach after eating, often called heart burn,
flatulence or \'ind on thd stomach, bitter taste in
the mouth in the morning, tloted breath, drowsiness
after dinner, debility, lassitude, emaciation, de-
pression of spirits, &c.
The Pills now offered are not proposed on the
principle of specifies. Their use was suggested
by theory,but their efficacy has been tested by long
aid faithful experience; anti the result has been
unparalled success.
Piles being connected with indigestion anti eos-
tiveness, are certainly and speedily removed by the
Pills. -
Persons afflicted with any of the above symp-
toms, are assured that the Anti Dyspeptic Pills
are a remedy well worth their attention, and enti-
tled to their entire confidence,.
For sale bv MAYNARD & NOYES, agents,
No. 48, Cornhill, Boston, sand ELIJAH FOR-
TER, Sancm. 6mi sept 8
Bythe President of the United States
Whereas the President of the United States is
authorized by law to cause certain Lands of the
United States to be offered for sale, viz :
T HEREF(ORE, I, JAMES MONROE, Presi-
T dent of the United States, do hereby declare
antl make known that pelthih sales, for the disposal
(agreeably to law) of certain lands, shall be held
as follows, viz:
At the same place, onil the third Monday in Sep-
tember' next, fbr the sale 6[twenty-four townships,
viz:
At Tnsealoosa, ia .ltabama1 on ethe third iMon-
day in October next, bfor the sale of twenty-one
to vnships, viz:
Townships 15 to 21, in ranges 8, 9, and t10 west.
At the same place, on the third MmAonday of N4o-
veniber neat, for the sale of 24 townships, viz. :
'own~sihips 15 to21, in ranges 11,12, and I5 W.
15, 16, and 17 14.
At the same pace on the third Monday in De-
cember next. for the sale of 25 townships, viz:
T 'ownships 18 to 21, in range 14 west.
15 1 15, 16 and 17.
Each sale will commence with the lowest num-
ber of lot or section, township, and rage, anti
proceed in regular numerical order.
Tohe lards reserved by law foi the use of schools..
or For other purposes, will as usual be reserved
from sale.
Given under my handle, at the city of Washington,
this 19thL day of April, in the years 1821.
JAMES MONROE.
By the President :
JOSIAH MEIWS,
A.Commissioner Geuieral of Land Olffice:
TO BE LET
-TN advantageous terms, and possession given in
la few days-a genteel HOUSE, in the ceutreie
of the town. Inquire at No. 14 Franklini.place.
nov 14 eptf
I BCL.WFING.
V 0ULD'S real .Tapeau ,Spong- Blacking is for
G)sale at the following places viz :-Henrv Tur-
ner', and F.zra Eaton, Fishbstreet ; I. T. Dupee,
Middle-street ; Gay & Veazie, S. & J. Howe,
and W.' Faxon, Ann-street; T. Tirrill, N. E. of
the market; N. It. Holden, MNrket-square ; Hall
& Weld, No. 1, Union-street ; T. Brighamn, E!nm-
street J. Perry, 0. Howe, and J. Tollman, Court-
street ; Mark B3yrne, anl Cushman Bassett, Mar-
ket-street; Stearns & Jticknell, Exchange-street;
B. Darling, F. Atwood, and John Stevens, Broad-
street ; J. 'rav, 284, Cornhill ; B. Fuller, M
Cutishinr, .1. Morton, J. Thayer, .Jos. Stevens, J
Vose, Q. Yeazie, Thayer & Lord, J. Hunt, and
L. B. Caswell, on the Main-strei'et ; and at Samuel
Kidder, juon. and WV. Arnold's, Charlestown. This
llaeking nmay be used over tallow or oil.

A. G. returns hi- thanks to those gentlemen
'Who state that they laveshisa receine for making his
Blaceking. I fturthler state, that j have not infnorm'
ed any person whatever the method of making my
Sponge Blacking. A. GOULD.
N. B. All orders punctually attended to.
hoe'etoTsn. May 8, 1821. 6ra


Chappa Romals, R'.ssia Sheelings, 4e.
VSWETT'"kHAMMOND, No. 9, Central-
Sstreet, have for sale, received per ship Galatea,
Capt Oxnard, ivom Calcutta,
18 cases Choppa Romnals,
2 do. Momey Choppas,
G bales Seersuckers.
Per ship Bunin, foom Clontadt.
24 bales R.ussia Sh etiegs.
...INv STORE...
20 baes blue Gurrahs ; I bale Checks,
I do. Mowsann:,hs; I do. Mamnoodies,
5 bales Seersarckeis.
Alse-5 bades Calcutta Goat Skins. nov 17
Horse Hides and IHogs Lard.
'UST received, at No, 6, Dock-square, 2350
S Spanish Hiorse Hides ; 2856 lbs. hogs Lard
1 case Vrime Hog Skins-for sale by GEORGE
DOMECTT. nov 17

Brandy, Gin, Ruis, and Cordials.
S5PIPES 4th proof Domestie Brandy ; 20
do 1st do. do. do.; 20 do. do. do. Gin;
15 lilids. 3d proof Neutral Ruin ; 5 do. Cordials
of diffeierent flavors.
A constant supply of the above kind of Liquors,
are kept for saleat No. 12,Swett's-wharf'; where
nl Liquor Dealers are invited ito call, and examine
a superior quality bfor themselves.
nov125 ept"
COR.7V AXD FLOUR-afloat.
S. P. TOWNSEND, No. 19, Long-wharf, has
now on hbo,i dI ,'r Three Sisters, and in store
for sale-5000 busilIs 'Va. Corn, fresh from the
Cob, in lots to suit purchasers ; 1200 bls. super-
fine Flour, B'at. 1d. st. Ilaxall and Fredericks-
burg Mountain ; a lbw blils. superior ftiomily Flour.
nov 24
PIIEJVTO AND COPPER.
7 BAGS and d28 bbls. PIMENTO, received
p7'. Trin, iom Liver pool. .41 o,-20 ca-
ses Sheathing Copper,Slcear's manufacture, reseiv-
pr. Missionary fIrom Londol, and for sale bv EB-
EN. BlIEEI), No 6f, Dock-square. no'v 24.
X. E. limn, and Molasses 14d. Shooks.
A-4 EO. IV. COFFrN, keps constantly on'hand,
T'n for sile, at his Disille'ry, near Watertown
Ih idge, or at the Sture, No. 1.5, Merchant's-row-
N. E. RUM, of any required roof, ii hlid's., bbls.
warranted equal to anv made in this State. Also-
about 300 -Molasses Ilflid. Shocks; tf nov 24

WI.NVTER PEARS AND APPLES.
FEW hhilds. Winter Pears and 200 bbls. Rue.
set Apples-flr sale at the corner of Back
andti Prince-streets. Also-10,000gals. Vinegar, by
JOSEPH NOYES. nov 24


Patent Lead Pipe .Mantfaetory.
-B BENJAMIN DAILING, No. 61, Broad-st.
S continues to furnishpatent LEAD PIPE,
at the following low prices, viz :-_ inch diamn-
ter, l 50; ~ do. do. 12; Ido. do. 53; l do.
do. 6-4 5 per rod." The small sizes of the above
Pipe can'be wound cound a reel with as much ease
as a rope, which requires but very little labor in
laying,as it may be furnished say from 20 to ai 100
rods i. one length on one reel, besides very con-
venient thereon for transportation.,
cPPainlt Glass, Oil, ,o. as nstial. tf nov 24

CRO CrERY WARE.
JACKSON & EAYRS,
"T No. 12, .LWO.4D-STItEET,
AVE redeIved by the ship Triton-a further
assortment of CROC(KERY WARE, inehiding a
great variety of Blue Printed Dining and Tea Sets.
nor 24
REAf f -VAL.
NATHANIEL HILL,
P F&PECT."ULLY informs hisfiluieds and the
Public, that he hIs removed his Carpenter's
op fi-om Eustis'-whal'f to Let is'-whua, where
hlie intends carrying on the business in its various
branches. *
He has for sale at his place 15000 feet well sea-
soned Boards. n.ov 24

A CUNNINGHAM, JUN.
NO. 21, LONG-WIIJARF,
SAS fo' sale, now landing fIron brig Wanderetr,
25 tons cleanSt.Peteir'Skug Fi-mp, sup usal-
53 do. P.S.I. old sable Iron,
19 casks Bristles, St. Petersburg, first and
second and Okatka,
7500 grey flare Skins,
1,000,000 manufactured Quills,
7 eases Cantharides, 500 lbs. (superior)
14 bales broad Diapers,
50 bolts 2d quality Sail Cloth.
nov 10t 6p

JOEL CARTER.
-AS recently received fiom the Manufacturers,
and foI sale at Chambers No. 9, Market.
row, fronting Cornhill, a large assortment of Cot-
ton and Woollen Goods, viz :-Broadclothss; Cas-
aimeres ; Satinet's; Sheetings ; Shirtings; Gig-
hams; Checks; Stripes ; White Jeanes; Cham-
brays; Table Cloths ; Botanet arnd Knitting Cottons;
Sewing Cottons; Yarns flind Bed Qui;t Waidngs,
which added to his former stock, comprises every
article in the Domestecline. Purchasersare respect-
fully invited to call and examine.
Aso-Mulcehine Cards of every description fur-
nish edi t short notice, made by one of the most
experienced -vorkmen in the Conntitry.
seplit Iwtf
'IHOMAS EVERETT,
A'o. 62, XIARKET-STRELT,
-IfAS just received for retail, a complete assort-
n& menit of HlosierY and G!oveu; real plaid Flo-.
rences ; double chained black India Levantines;
Pelisse Cloths,and single milled Kerseymieres for
pelissess; super and common Broadnloths oind Ker.
aeymneres; Fancey and white Valencia Vestings;
low priced and flue figured and plain Bombazetts ;
Jaconet Muslins and gentlemen's Cravats; Salis.
bTry and common Flannels ; 100 dozen women's
black and slate worsted Hose; 150 doz. beaver and
kid Gloves. tf oct 6

1RE.IO VAL.
Hi CE k BAYLEY have removed from No.

67 to 55 Cornhill, where tlhe of er for sale,
a general assortment of European, 'India, and A-
mer'icn Gotds, viz. 1 bale black arid .c4l-ed
lombazetts, I do. blue and druab Pelisse Cloths
lhroadcloths artd Kerseymeres ; 1 bale white and
colored Flannels; I case Patches, elegant pat-
terns; 1 case Worsted Hosiery ; 1 do. black and
colored Nankin Grapes; plain and twilled Silks ;
Calicoes ; Muslies ; Cambrics ; Linens ; Linetr
Damask and Diaper ; Russia Diaper; Gloves;
Sheeting and Shirtings ; Sattinetts ; Tickings, &ke,
epw nov 10
G. RICHARDSON,
H AS constantly oni hand at hia Manufacto'ry
No. 27, Newbriury-street, Bloston, a large as-
sortment of Block Tin sat hc







viz:--Block Tin Tea Pots; do. do. Pitchers; do
do. Wash Bowls and Fwers;r do. do. Tumbler's,
do. do. quart and pint Beer Pots ; do. do. Lamps.
with a general assortment of' Plewter Wiire.
N. -'-The abshove articles are warranted lo be
of the best materi-is asod worknmaitship--alsu,
cheaper than at any other manulaetory.
march24 eptl
New Carpclings-per LHerald.
JOSEPH G. BACON,
T aWo. 18 and 20, .IJRKE'T-STE'2 2T,2
.JLLAS just received, per Hlerald, froin Liverpool
Sfresh supply of line and superfine Ingrain Car-
petine, new anadl elegant patternts,
A great variety of W"ouol Rtgs, suitable for do.
A splendid assortment of Birussels, I miperial and
Wsiltois Rugs,
STaitan Pild "Table Cloths, all sizes,
Doylies to ,match,
Chinitz Carpet Binding,
5Superfin greeli aUndl ellotw Quality Hinding.
srpt 29 It s


Copa'inership Dissolved.
TIHE confiexion in business of the subscribers
undcr the firm of
WHITCOMB & GLOUVER,
is by mutual consent dissolved. All accounts o
the company will be adjusted and settled lhy eitlicr
ofthe subse-ibers. LEVI M tWHITCOMB,
Nov. 24, 1821. JOIN GLOUVER.
Copairtnhership Dissolved.
FlIE connexiton in business between the sub-
scribers under the firm of
MOORE & ROBINSON,
vas hr mutual eirsent dissohled on tha 12th inst.
All wl'o are indebtetl or have demands aga*unst the
concern will call on PHINEAS FOSTER, No.
22, Blrpad-street, who is duly atthorised to settle
the same. tIIINEAS FOS'rEIZ,
ISAAC MOORE Jr.
WILBORN G. ROBINSON.
November 23, 1821. 4pislos

.NO TICE.
HllE subscribers haFe formed a connexion in
S business, unde"the firm of
PHELPS & FARNHAM.
Letler-press Printing of all kinds will continue to
be executed by them at the ofilee heretoforL- occu-
pied hby said Philps, ait No. 5, south side Court-
street. ROBERT FAJINTIAM.,
SEWELL PHELPS.
Boston, October' 26, 1821. 6wt
Copartne'ship Forined.
r 1Hl', subscribers inform their friends and the
r. public, that they have formed a connexion iu
business, onider the firm of
STONE & CROSBY,
andi have taken theim new brick Store, corner lof Cam-
bridge and Charles streets, where they elOffer for
sa: a general assortment o IV. I. GOoDS and
WINES. Also, CROCKERY mnl GLASS
WARE, which will be soll cheap for cash; -or
approved credit. P. I. L. STONE,
FRED)ERIC CROSBY.
Boston,tt ov. 1, 18121. tf
XO TICE.
TIE Conpa.itnership heretotfre existing under
the firm of 'rUCKER MAN,-; ROGERS &
USHING, is by mtual cnsent dis solved.
EIT)WAR'D TUCKERMA N,
SAMUEL ROGERS,
'ITHOMAS P. CUSHING.
EI)VVARD TU'CKEI{MAN rnd "nd IHOMAS
PARKMAN CIUSHING, will continue to do busi-
ness under the firitu of
TUCKERMAN & CUSHING.
They will, fbr the present, occupy the Store of
Saminuel Parkinmani, Esq. No.12, Merchants'-row,
where theyoffer tor sale, a new inimportation of
prime IRITISH aund IRISH GOODS, suited to
th pviesent season.
SAA.u- L ROGERS, will continue to
occupy tie Store, No. 3, Market-street, and is
now receiving a general assortment of seasonable
GOODS.
All persons indebted to thle late firm of 'UCK-
DUMAN, ROGERS GUSRING, are request-
ed to make inuiemmdite payment to the subscribers,
who arie driu authorized to settle the accounts of
that concern. TUCKERMAN be CUSH1NG
taug l125 If A1e. 12,slerchants'.roso

UmTbrellas, and .Alusical Instruments,

I. E. GLOVER,
HAS FOR SAL,
,Vt Ao, 75. CoDrt-ste-cct, 4. dooilifrom Concert-.lall,
A large assortmeittnt o-ilk
Suhbrellas, of his own mtaiu-
hucture, which will be sold as
low as eati be bought io BtBr.
ton.
Afusicrl Instruments.
Just received by the late atr-
rivhis fitna London-E flats
Copper lBugle Horns; C Bu-
gles with 13 crooks; 6 kev'd,
t'atent Flutes; 4kevdl do. do.;
I. key-'!d. do. do. ; PLtlagm-.
lets ; common do., ro Concert
Fltesi tip't and plain ; F
Flit es Octave t; Pickeolas; B C and E Flat
Clarionets, Astor's manike ; Tenor Viols; French
Violias, 1st quality; Violin and Bass Viol Strings
and Viollu Bows ;F'ench Bazoon Rleeds ; Clarions;
lnstructioni Books. ''The above luostriuentus are se-
lected by, one of thle most experientcetI Agents in
London, and constantly reeeive-d Spt ing and Fall.
Also-fresh Romam Violin t:'utigs.
./se--iust received pet' \Vac, from France-I
case Musiral Instruments, as tfollows:-Iluass Bu-
gle I-orns ; elegant Violins, wiLth a large hassortm-ient
of Bows tor do.; French ilazoon Reeds of thle best
quality, and maduue to order. 6w nov 10
Paper HIanging and Upholsttry
WVA RE H O U- S E,
No. 68. -Cornhill, Bos'on.
SBUMSTEAD & SON,
S Importers aud .Ifannfiueturers,
eicep constantly for sale--a prime assortment of
FRSNetC AND AtsIEnCAu N
PAPER HAdNGINGS.
f"'All the latest French Fashions, from the first
Manufiactories in Paris, are regularly received.
(prCountry y Ierchants sitpplied with Paper,
suited to their' trade, on very liberal terms,
UPHOLj81"RY 1
Embossed andl Watered Maloreens; Ball and com-
mon Fringes; Bindings and Tassels ; Live Geese
and common Feathers ; Beds ; Mattresses; Pew
Cushions, bc. ke.
O.G Upihiolst'y .ork rdo -as usna. tf sept 29


Leman's new iMvented Trusses
A RE made and sold by him, at the corner of Ad-
amasand Mlilk-streets, Boston. The construct'
tion o4 these Trusses, are such, the patient catn
engtheen or shorteun hemt, raise or lower the pad,
i bring tme pressure where it may want it. They
imecwise earte adljustecl to stiit fr the right or left
ide, (advantages which n other' arusses haive, now
in use.) T'hese Trusses are pronounced b) many
of the most eminent Phlrcians ot'flioston, to be the
best thiug of the kind everilfferetd the pnblis. They
nre sold blv apl)pointtient by J. P. P.' 1iwhvel, at the
BostoInfutirim'ary, corner of Battery) March ani
Milk-streets, anol by Gidenon B. Bhlastand, No. 78,
Broad-street, and at no other phlae in Boston.
Orders for Trusses, directed to either of the above
mentioned places will meet with immediate atteun-
tion.. Price 7 dollars. 6m July 28
Watch Chain Ribbons, Indispensables,
&c.
QUINCY TUFTS,
No. 14, COR.1v'HIlLL,
'AS received from Paris, er brig Wave, via
1 llvre-elegant Watch Chain Ribbonls; white
Merino Inldinensibles ; black Velvet anid twilled
filk do. ; Merino half Hdkfs.; Superb Ginmp
Trimmings; Chinelle Cords; white Pelong Sat-
tins, of superior quality; darhg blue, and black
Silk Velvets ; wide Silk Braids, black, brown, and
greet ; Lustring Ribbons, brown, green, dark
blues, olives, drabs, and tea color ; best black Silk
Vesting; Frenchl Boot Cords lack Crapes; Silk
Fines lsuttons, black, pearl, slate, sky fblne, andi
tdrabs ; Freneh Hooks attd Eyes; Lahdies' Kid
Gloves, long aand short, some extia siz and supIe-
rior quality ; Misses' long white, and short color
ed do.; MAen's white Beaver do.; Ladies' and M is-
ses' Angola Gloves, &e. c. 6w oet 27
PARIS and GRENOBLE &LO VES.
SH-. T'HAYER, No. 7, Marlboro'.street, has
for. sale-Greavble glazed andd undressed
habit Gloves; and one ease containing Ladies' Par-
is made Gltves ; Itdies' anl Genilesitnt's 13emter
do. yellow, white, black ind assorted color s, which
are consignedand will be Siohl leo toclose the rec-
count, nov It


dual, ATIVU. el1 NO ICEis hereby given, that the
S IN and lo-v priced blue and wn Coatings, subscriber has beedulyappointed adminis-
Svery suitable fnor cheap outside garments; trator to the estate of
abKerseys ; blue drab and brown Dumfils ; to- HUGH BRUCE,
gether with a general assortment of other Season- late of Cambridge, in the county of Mhidlesex, la-
f able Goods-1 or sale by THOMIAS FURBER, borer, deceased, intestate, and has ttken upon him-
r No. 5, Union-street. nov 17 self that trust by giving bodls as the law directs--,
All persons hayvug deinands upon the estate of the
JHIERICJAi GOODS. said deceased, tire required to exhibit the same;
O TIS & HOLBROOK, No. 1i, Central.street, anti all persons indebted t.o the said estate, arce cal-
[ have received nii iassortmcnt of Amerioan led uponu to make payment to
Goods, etnsisting of Sheetings, Snt,'tings, Ging- CHANDLER RRUOr, Adniir.
hams, Stripes, Finss CottoSn, Wick Yarn, Oil Camtbrid.e, Nhtember 13, 1821.
Cloths, Cot ton Coveiletts, &e. Re. which they offer
four stle at fair prices, for Cash or aplnvedCredit. OTICE is h eby given, that the
Also-5 baules Wool, 20 bales N. G. Cotton asubscrilher has been duly appointed adminis-
nov 10 trator t0 the estate of
I RICHARD THiAYER,
P AINTS, MRUGS, etc. etc. late of Cambridge; in the county (of Middlesex,
Ot slon the nost ibet iens avy large painter', deceased, inttate, and has taken upon
V stock of Paints, Dye Stuffs, Drugs and Moil!- himself that trust by giving bends as the law di-
icines, at No. 3, iogthsubOld Marketby ects. All persons having demands upon the es-
EORG E BRIN LEY %z CO. 0/ls--30 holii tate of the simid deceansed, are required to exhibit
English Copperas. 4w nov 10 the satne; and all persons indebted to said estate,
are called upon to inske payment to
C 1CE S,,IHOES. RCHARD THIAYER, .ldm'r.
MARTIN CUSHING-, oCaimbridge, Na"ov. 16, 1821.
S No. 38, .1.-RLBORO'-STRE3ET, N.OTICE is hereby given, that the
=tAS received a ftuvther supply of oadies'. Dn- .Isubscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
tiark Satin Shoes. wichl makes his assortment trator to tie estate of
iarge annd excellent, with and without heels, and BEN.JAMIN EDDY,
presumed to be as good ai lot as Ihere is in Boston. Inte of West Cambridge, in the county of Middle-
.Also on hand--A gr-eat variety of Fall and Win- sex, esquire, deceased, intestate, anl has takenn
ter Shoes and Boots, which he is determined to upon himself that trust, by giving bond as the law
sell ti sneh prices as will induce people wiho call lirceots. All persons having demands upon the es-
and look, to purchase. tate nof the sail deceased, tire required to exhibit
Alson-i-a tunk sf Englishl Kid Slippers, various th se sa ; and al persons indeit ted t3 the said es-
colori's t7s 6dh per pa-ir. iov %24 tate, are called upon to make payment to
CALEu EDDY,Adml'ir.
OPTIC WARE. Wets ctibtidge, N-ov.-14, 1821.
ELISHA DWELLE... Optician, TOTIC is by given, that the
JVo:.16, JdIARLBORO'-STREEI', TOT C is hereby given, t t the
(Two DnOORs sOUT'si o' osui'?]Lt-LAAN4) subscribers uss been duly appointed executor
AS just received, by recent arrivals, handl- to t Ist 'ill and tetae Rt of
n1 some asppuly of OPTIC WAtRE, which, in, THOMAS S'I'ODD)ARD),
additional lfis fitimee Stock,,consists of sAlarge as- late of Charlestos n, in the cotuny of M'iddlesex,
aortment of SPECrACLES, viz t elegant Gol, boat builder, decetksed, estate, and I as taken upon
do. Silver, 'Torhoiseshelf high polished amill com- hitselfthit trust, 1)y giving bonls s Ile law di-
mon Steel Framnes, with superior Bohemia Plate reacts. All persons having dernatk upon the sl5-
Glass Conecave, or Convex, or green Parallel Glas- tate fu the said dheceausedt, are reeuuirtld to exhibit
sea, (r bc-st 13axil Pebtles. .the same ; atidall persons indebtA:d to said estate,
Also-Botanical Microscopes; Eye Glasses, for are called upn to make ltavtnt t>
the long or sort sighted ; Goggles, to preserve the CALL 1'ERCE, Ex'r.
eyes front wind, tdhust, alldu intense l lht ; Spectacle CUharlestown., Alm. 13, 1821..
Cases of' ,irtiiseNihol, So,',o and polished Oh given, that the

Steel; Rleling, Mtgiling, Multiplying, Linen, 'O ICE hereby
Cateract atd Opsera Glasses 'r'hermometers, &e. sunscriker has been duly appointed adwifiis-
&e. at thie lowest prices. tratrix to the estate of
The strictest ciprson:l attention will be given to SAMUEL HIUNT,
all orders to the mantiufituring aidtl repairing of "ai late of Cambridge, in lhe countty of liddlcsex, Ia-
Optical Instruments, url articles ii the Optical borer, deceased,itntestate, antl has ,ACken upOn her-
,line. As the age is but a variable criterion for the self thit trust, by giving bands -s the law directs.
choiee-of Spectacles, persons at a distance, or'der- All persons leaving demands ~jtin the estate of the
ing Glasses, are requested to send their age, and said deceased, ar'e required (o exhibit the same;
the length Of time (if ever) they have rade use and all persons indelhtedto tite said estate, are call-
of them; mudl if convenient, to send a glass, or a ed upon to make pay),ent to
piece of a glass, from thie Speetacles they wore ANN HUNT, Adm'x.
last, (or of any Spectacles) tand, describe the dis- Cambritge, ,'a. 14, 1821.
tanec they caln see with it best. Likewise, short t
sighted persons are requested to send tihe greatest OTIO is hereby given, that the
distance, in inches, they eal see to retd ismnIllh subscriber has been dsub appointed adminis,
print. Speotacles from this establishment will be trator to the estate of
stamped, warranted and exchanged gratis until SAMUEL B. FORD,
they suit. ,cte of Lexington, ill thle State -of Geor'gia, mer-
E. D). solicits a share of the purhblie patronage, chtant, deceased, irntestate,andl hs take upon hiun-
who, by tlong practice and study. has acquired a self' that trust, by giving botds as thle law directs.
competent knowledge'of the Optical Science, fliat- All personas ving demands uponi Ie estate of the
terms himsell, that by' unremitted attention, he avill said deceased, ture required to exl,.hit thie same ;
give general satisfaction to those who willU,iver :ad hl persons indebted to the said estate, are call.
him with their employ. ed uponto make payment to
(i)Speetaeles neatly repaired-new Glasses Fit- VILLIAM BLANCIIARD, Jr. Ad'r
ed to old Frtamnes, or new Frames to old Glasses. W-iliin-tone ,/Nov. 14, 1821.
nov 24 4is2os
nOTICE is hereby given, that the
Copatneil'sh Dissolved. -- L subscriber has beet duly appointIoed executor
mHE pubiiegeocrally are hereby notified that ofthe last will of
I the partnership in trade lately existing hbe JACOB ALLEN,
tween STEPHEN NICHOL5 a JOHN EAMES late of Braintree, in the county of Norfdk, Cord-
both of Wooburn, in the county of Middlesex, and wainer, deceased, and has taken upon himself that
Commonwealth of MIuassachusetts, are this day by trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All per-
mutual consent dissolved. All persons having de- sous havir(g demands upon the estate of the said de-
mands oi the said Nichols & Eames, as partners ceased, are required to exhibit the same ; and all
in trade, are requested to call on the said Stephen persons indebted to said estate, are called upon to
ibl hnls, fo, -paymeos-, ond all persons indebted to make payment to JACOB ALLEN, Ex'r.
the saht Nicholsa& Em. sr, as tr i-6i ftttis m ttf.e7-7- .iurintree, JAov. 13, it.. -
are requested to make payment to the said Ste-
phlien Nichols.. STEPHLEN NICIIOLS, OTICE is hercby given, that the
JOHN EAMES. NL subscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
I"obu'rn, orv. 10, 11 8Itratrix to the.estate of
N. B13. further notice is hereby given to the pub- AARON LEWIS,
lie that the subscriber hereunto has relinquished late of Groton, in the counttVy of Mitddlesex, gentle.
all right and interest in al thie stock ofevery name mani, deceased, intestate, atd has taken upon her-
and nature belonging to the said Nichls .& Eames, etf that rust b giving bonds as tie law direets-
as partntersa in trade, on conditio that the said All pesonms having sde;inids upon the estate of said
Stephen Nichols, has taken upon himselfto- settle deceased, are retired to exhihb.t the same ; and
all demands against the said partners Nchols k all persons indebted to dthe said estate, are called
Eames. 4t JOHN EAMIES. dipon to make pym ent to
N LRlUTIIE W. LEWIS, Adm'x.
C_2OCKKBR Y.J'D GLASS WAGRE. Groton, .N'ovaeerm o20, 1821.
HE1It subscriber has jtst received per the At-
T lis-a general assortment omedg'd and rem a OTICE is hereby given, that the
colored Plates, Tens. B owles, Mugs, Jligs,&Szc. .e. st isubscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
which together with his tbrmier stock, makes his as- trator to the estate of
sertment comnplete-allof which hlie offers at fair NATHANIEL PIERCE,
prices for cashier approved credit. Ware repack- late of Medford, in the county of Middlesex, ha-
ed at the shortest notice. W'M. EAYRS, borer, deceased, interstate, aid has taken upon
nov 17 epsw No. -0, Broad-street. himsel'fthat trust, by giving bonds as the law di.
rects.- All persons having demands upon the es.-
HOGS FOR SALE. tate oftb e said Pierce, are required to exhibit the
O0 be sold, at the Alms House ii Salemt, FOR- same; and l:dl persons indebted to the said estate,
TY tile I-I)GS, in one lot-thevy will aver- are called upon to make payment to
age alive over 400 wt. Any personts wishing to ABNER BARTLETT, Idtn'r.
purchase tctem, must apply immediately to Mr. .1ed/brd,N.ov. 14, 1821.
PAUL UPTON, Keeperofthe Alims Ilouse.
Salem, Nov. 17, 1821.: o P%7! OTICE is hereby given, that the
Subscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
Attctioi and Conm zssion Business. tratrix to the estate of
HE ubscribes' of'ershsis acm's-ices thi' tise PATRICK ROACHI,
sle of subscriber offers his services, lhu- e late of Medfound, iin the county of Middlesex, tal-
AL sale of Real Estate, Vesiels, A -chanl- low chandler, deceused,in testate,aud has taken up-
disc, Stocks, Iouseholdl Futniturtue, kc. &e. either o herselfthattrnst, by giving hondsas the law di-
at Public Aucnetion or at Private Sale. -ny corn- el herself that tsat, by giing bonds as the hai di
mutuications left at the 01icee of" u'. SUMNE.R, reets. All persons having demands rnpo the es-
mEat Wimnig of atte Baiik, sill recoie is~eiSaite tate o6ftthe said deceased, are required to exhibit
atte Wtion. DUDLEY WALKIg of ate Bak, will receiieate the same: andtal personal indebted to the said es-
attention. DUDLEY WAL ct t ate, atire called upon to make payment to
Oct W 8sp ELIZABETIt ROACGH, Atdm'x.
JOHN A. LAPHAAM, 1'ecfod, NX6. 14, t2,1.
SESPEC'TFULLY acequaintts his friends anid OTICE is hereby given, that the
the public, that lie huas commtIenced the lBa- subscriber hissI-een duy' pointed guardian
kitg ttsines, in fi xbtntty-street, tat thie stanl late- Is S AMUEL
ly) improved by H. Brosn b G o. welre hue tril to ', SAMUtE'L IROWN,
be huimphy 1o0 aceominodate those who iay fhve w of Malden, in the county of Middlesex, a spend-
him ith their ascommodate, those ever tiwhy of ia ad, thrift, and has taken upon himself that trust hby
iA gwit nthei c astom, cwia he ftiyiisiet either in giving b londs as the law directs. All persons ha.-
as go r pln in isemands upon thie estate of the s'nid spendthrift
Dinner caod for or aure requestedI ts exhIibit thie same ; and all perseuns
inner and Suppe Rolls prepared for pe artiesor indebted to the said estate are called uporn to make
faini teir fit shoit snotie.d witu tleean wCh e payment to JOHN EATON, Guardian.
tia th, C o ldet, ,ov. 18, 1821.
Rolls, constantly, may be accommodated on goods
terms, bly al plying as above Prnompt aitentien OTrICE is hereby given, that the
will alsways be gisenti andI eveiry favour received -L asubseribeur has beet, duily auppointded adiutuis-
and tcknoweledgeul with gratitude. ep3m au 18 s'btorthe hate l of
trator to the esate o f
STON CUTIN3.DAVID TEMPLE,
] TONI G U-I ..late of Marlboro', in Cle county of Middlesex,yeo-
Ir E Bricklayers and others concerned in buill- ,n deceased, intestate, ant has taken upon hui-
T ing, are respectifuly informed, that the sub- ell' that trust by giving hoods as the law directs.
sca-iher has conmmeteed the above business im Cam- All Iersons having demands upou the estate of the
bridge street, wheme he will supply tI~ose who said deceased, are required to exhibit the saie ;
will tirour him with their customu at the" lowest and till l-ersons indebted to the said estate, arne
prices. JOlN 'T'EMPLH'TON. eitled npon to make payment to
N. B. Also, Grave Stones of all kids. BENJAMIN RICE, Adm'r,'.
Uf march 7 .'iarlboroug'h, N ov. 20, 18 'l.

ISAAC BOWERS, NOTICE is hereby given, that the
Is~O I subscriber has beei duly appointed guartliant
N1,TELLIGE.WUE OFFICE, of TIIOMAS PARKS,
No. 14.,ti E\'BURY-STltEET' of Marlboro', in the county of Mid-lesex, a
sILL register Lands or leonses, either otr spendthrift, and has taken upon himself that trust
sale, mortgage, or to let, in town or country T bnsstelwdres l esn a.
Yon- Mt or Woe frmteduty h by giving bsoidasaa the la-i directs. All pecrsons hay-
Young Mens or Women hrmn the country, ito lesa nds uponi the estate of the said speadthrifi,
eant places of any kond, and apply, will be attend- sue required to exhibit tue same ; and all pe -
ed to, and all business connected wif t the above seas indebted to the said estate, are called upon to
transacted reasontbly, tf J uly' 4 mke pament to
make p lENJAMIN RICE, Guara.
JOHN DAY,-Silver Smith, EarNarJoAMNRC.ECou. o, 181.
No. 8, Water--sf. opposite the Post fliue, "lesion. NOTICE is hereby given, that the
iA SiNlG Wuar'k shone at siortI mnctite ; A'Vatehm
Cases semi Swomrds Gild, tndl SviormuPlas 1 t. subscrihers have been duly appointed execu-
N. B.- All kinds of Silver Work made to match lois ti Chi last tRill un testament of
day pattern. lawtf July 18 ,, SARd H FhIoTt
f ,ambridgi'nt the cosuityofMidllcesex,gentle-


oe~ esej es t knd hea uo hm
GENFROUS PRIC E womant''ceae,'estaean hetken tipothe-
")rIL17 Lte given by the subssribei, for the 12tm selves that trust by giving bonds as th e law dirests.
S vl.o of Vincr's Abridgemet ; Ist Vol. of All Nperunos having demands upou the estate of the
M moirs deo Sully ; V d rds. of Moore's Joimial sil ldeceased, are required to exhibit the same;
'21 and 5th vols. efEl'enest oe l'Histore G'iener- f ill persons indlebtedil tothe said estate, are eal-
ale uand the 1st and 4thi vols. of Universal History, led upon to make payment to
besides siucere thanksto whoever will offer thienm. J. A. FROST. } 's.
SAM'L ANDo EWVS, CVVALTEIT F'ROST; 'r.
nov 17 No. 10, Fistt, -hi-street. (atridf!, ,N'ov. 1 8, I21.


T. AE rAOT1CpE.
T TYLER has recommended hi foriene.brasi-
[ niss, bj the advice ofaninny who wish to
see him prosperous in his occupation,wh icei is that
oft a tloti Polisher, aiud Dealer in second hand
Clothes of all kinds. Those who 'aish to dispose
ofsecond hand Clothin ; or should wish to obtain
an extra servant to wait on compay, -ill please
call at No. 16, 13rnttle-stheet. ite gratef'oily ce-
knotledges former favors, and iraouest a cor tia-
Inanceeof thein. Conltstant attention at the Shop
day and evening. nov 17
W JV.TTED TO, P rR CHIIASE,
N le vicinit o(if Sudbury or Hawkins-street, a
HIOUSE suitable for one ou- large enough for
two lanilies-value f i om 2n to ,500:l.. A line ad-
dressei to P. S. andI left at the Centinel Counting
Room, deseribing the house and number, quantity
o land, and price', will be attended to. Terms
nf paymentine half or ill cash ona delivery of the
deed. nov 17
,'URSE CHILD WATEJD.
A YOUNG parri-ed Womnan, with a god breast
of milk and satisfactory reccmimendations,
wishes to take a child to nurse. Inquire at the
Centinel Counting Roomn. -nov 17 .
WET NURSE.
H IIEAITHY married 'nVoant, with a good
A breast d1 milk, who can prontice the beat rec-
otmmeridations, wishes a place as wet nurse. In.
quire at the Gentinel Counling Rnom, nov 17
Aq WlET gWURSE
W7TANTIEI immuntedilate1h, in a private family,.
wiho cant prlOducse satisfalittOy recommeta
nations. Inquire at the Centsitmnel Counting Boom
noy 17
.L.AJ) WANTED.
17rAN'rED in a Hadd Vare'S tore-a smart
active LA D, of industrious and steady bib-
its, wbo aen bring guod reenmmenhdations. Inquire
at ti.e Contisel Couniting Room. nov 17
JJ). DIJER21S VL./1N I).
SIX01or etighlt Hliariders cat, be Zn)mmodated[
wishBoard wvhe're it is handy or I.dIs to O to
sctunool'ahld iu n a f aoil ,tbl'ue tIlere are n chilulren.
Thoseit.1 'ho wislh to ,ubard in a puleassult situation,
either ii, wiiei- or suminmer, wil please apply 10
tihe- subscriber ii, Dormhest-r, near the Lcwe, Mills.
nov 17 HARRY SMITH.
/ Market Street,.
0 .O BE LET one of the best Shps in s id
T sret. Iiquire at thi office orS. I". M'CLEA-
IIY, 78 State-5treet. nov17
SHOP TOf1E LET,
MND may be elitered 0u1i immediatcl
that plh:asantly situated SHO01m, in ]te
bury-street, for a number of years e Iied.
as an Apotlheeaiv's Shop. An opportumi ers for
a person in th a hne o' tini othu-I. i ss ias it I s
showey andt it the cenetre of neas. (uire e
1JOHIN RIC/IARDS0 K, xory-stret.
nov 17
TO II ILETI,
-N en, center of tme towvn, a genteel),well-
U ngi Hlouse, with a Stable, vwell situated fr a
a-tavern-there being none in the ,lace.--vet.ra
stage eoaelyes pass itand repass the premnisehlal,-
For other particulars apply io GEOE ODIQNL,
Commercial-street. not017

PLA CE W.ANTE.D.
#, MIDDLE aged(VWonlan,with g, o-ldrecolnen.
dations, wisbes a situation in a genteel f-in,
to do house work or take care of childrenmIl-
quire at the CentineclCounting Room. no7
GOOD D311ES'.'Ic.
A FEW Cooks, Chambermaid. GIoise-kers,
A and young Girls as waiters, with rcom.
datioas fromi their last places, may be ohtaineby
applying at the Iuttligence Office of Mrs. Nel
No. 3, \sWinter-street,"woman and girih,'well.
eommenuded, willfind places by apllyig asabov_
A gonl Wet Nomr- wants a situatinIg nov 5
JV.NOTICE.
A YOUNG man who can produce good reco
mendiations wants a situatinn in a West Int
Goods Store. Inquire at the Centinel Count,
Room. nov 24 1
LOST OR LENT,
HE first volume of BICHAT'S GENERA
.ANATOMYin French. The person vwh
may have it, is requested to return it tno
.*filk-etreet, /Vov. 24 JOHN GORHAM.
TO BE LET1
A TENIEMENT in Doinne-street, leading fi'orn
11. Broad-street to Kilhy-street, suitable for a
Caui-pentel's Shop, formerly occupied as such. In-
quire at the Cetinel Counting Room. nov 24
To be Let (if applied for bv the 28th inet)
4 T[HREEf stiy Dwellin Hosse, No 14,
/. Milk street, consisting ofbtwo Parl-oursiand a
Kitchen, ool the first floor, with ten Obambhers, a
Cellar, Woodl ant Wash House, together with a
asth, a Well of excellent Watee wtiti the Aque-
huict, a seat brick iaved Yard and Garden. "lbia
house ha all Chiie conveniences and neatness for a
gtnteel thmily. For further particulars aplyv tot
the subscriber on the premises.
novs 24 WILLIAM BENNING.
O tore in Vermont.
SObe Let, a Store iand Potash Works, situated
T -on Saxon's rivera, in Grafton,Vt. ten miles
from Bellowi Falls, lately occupied by Mr. Hy-
men Ilurgess. Also, haI rof ablacksmith's Shop-
rent.mo deratte, and possession given immediately.
Iquire of WALTER FROST, No. '5, Tremont-
street, Boston, or to the Editor of the Bellows
Falls Advertiser. tf nov 10
.OARI FO.' teSALE.
1 OR sale an excellent FARM, situated in the
S south-westerly part of Harvasrd, Worcester
County, containing seventy acres of lautnd,a house
sand barn. Th"hlaid is divided in tillage, pasture,
mowing, wood-.nd and oi charging, well wate c Possession can be htad immediately. Inquire 01
ELIAS WARREN, on the premists.
Oct 6 epltf
Tavern and Store to Let in Andover.
O Leatse, lbr one tor more years, that co weni-
T nt aou ceigille establishment (Or a PU13LIG
11OUSE, i the North 'Parish in Andover, near
the Mceting-house, which has been long inmprovod
sa Tavern, and the last tree years kept by
TruotAs N w-swconsna.
.also, a STORE and about fifty acres of excel-
lent LANI) in connection. For ltarticulars, in-
quire of the present occupant, and Dr. JSOS. KIT-
'I'R)DGE, iu Andove', or of the subscriber, in
Gloucester. JOHN KITT RI' .DGh,
N." B. Possession glven immediately.
Atulover, Oct. 27, 1821. eptf

PAVING STONES, &c.
HE corporation of this city will give from this
dha) to the first day of May. 11822, two dollars
ai il fity cents per ton Bar good riouid paving stones,
and 75 cents per ton for paving sand, and receive
the smine ti'om the decas of the vessels importing
tlhesame into this port. They willaiso give 12 h-2
cents pe running foot for 20,000 heet of curb, tnd
10,000 k'et of gutte, stones. The curb stones
mosilt lie mnut less tlnmi 3 feet lot.6, 12 iscehes deep
by 34 inches thick ; gutter atones not less than two
feet long, 10 inclhes wide, and 3 inches thick.
J. ROFFIGNAC, Mo1ue,'.
Y'ewt.Orleans, .fp'il, 1821. ep 6n
1Trenttk Lost.
F tme person who received a Trunk ou Tlhurs -
day eieiing fi'om a chaise ou Long-whiuuf t
go on board the packet sloop Messenger, for iftao
well, s111 give iutihrimation whdie it may be-
ounmd, itr leave it, at No. S, Central-wharf, shall
ecemve a generous reward.
N. It. The above named" Trunk is covered,
with liairskin, without arty mark, and containedfla
ady's wearing apparel amuil no doubt was put on
onrd some vessel through mistake.
nov 17 eptf

UOLUMBIAN CIEN'.'INhIL.
Palitical .....J.fencantile....and .livcellaneous.


Published on Wedneedats al lSaturdaysby
BENJAMIN RUSSELL,Publisher of the Law
of the United St&es, Printer to the State,ait
Proprietor, at his Office, Congreszatreoet-
THOM.S AS .HU11DSON, printer.




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