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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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00022
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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. No. 3929 BOSTON, ~..1assachusetts.,' W' EDNESDAY MO1RNING, DECEM.BEH. 5, 1821. I ,Rr,,L LL"ARS-.-

LilN,'rUIS PAPER TilE LAWS, RESOLVES, &c. OF FT E UNV~ED SATES. AND OF THIS STATE, ARE'PUBLISiED BY AUTHORITY.

-. Grand Lodgo ur M. sa, chusetts. Coinnioonw ealthIvl u Ijsatlchusclls. ,'." SseiI ..,i, I2uhal la ti ttI ,.w. ., M ISCE LLANN Y. ;Il. i.. ..: -l u.. ,s, i,..i. ,Ii. %.ei,fi on, T OcoimmTnIni.clte tI, ..u the %ish r
I- IC ....... ..... S"ff .lkand.Nantuketss. T. ,l .-"Hor. ,t, ...II- ,E SYSTE oM OF Mh.TUAL NSTRU.X- = very Ieavy, and when there should be a sufficient the K ing, that a translation of b., note on th
No 'IICr. 1 t ic- -,; ; Suffulk and Nantunes t, s. ''.]O th.- Ho,.,,,.,L,, .l ,m -SYSTE M 01 UTUAL the U e.... M.i... ..se, hey-een0I s.bjeIt s d be pe i t e -
I .,e ;h.tl-he nt"u I. -ticesof the Sgpreme .ldiial Court. begu and TION, simplified ad adapted to the United ;: tI, ,,, :.. ,' subject should be published intheneWspa-
S. mnu\. -onr, e held aBston. in the county of SSuffolk,a States., Wm. A.Twr D L. PrI I ce T c cents Ia a I. a r i erable distance pers of the United States, to prevent any
S --I.- \ M (r.<-.,ll l:e tle enm ties ot Suffolkatl Nantucket,. on the .Also-bbv the s,..c_ .s.. h...r. --'Ii9 ILCOLLEGE. | ri t, ld ai a cable's i suchcaseoccurrimn in' future. c- ,g
', I L- e ,\ Mn,,cl ,. -l first Tuesday o Novrnilser, in theNyearotm our AND PUPILS', \-'I. A I i -,I ..l.\ 1 e l.linsi .s.......ide, and no..dangr"ear i e,.;vessel ight. s "Count d'Engestrom particu larly enjoined
--Z y O ::(anEd reand.elniteir ti s onr otle Csurn,-holinmotooeIquestiyouitigglveey aleeI'.m arn. .-h c1i .<. tte to thi
I/ M AI as~- .l' I ; hI t ons' } Lord eighteen hundred and twenty Oec. t Pronuniciation, wi ul,. ..I I, on I" ...... ,,,r r t d + n ii -, ., .d o L r last o me tO1 '.e uest you to Ave publicity to *the
i .. I t on -11U M LY represents thesbr e ie r, adminis. infleeting the voivoCe, e. on'the iprinciplesof 6al... I ,1 .. ..- o Is..i.r. a.th srvane re -el.k r.. e o L .. ato a.n are .c te .tmet Vrc sal desio n h tw t e,
A ."trOte'r( o. the estate which was ot Johr tE. e c ts.- 2 .t'e .t t, .I ,r n6t ?W.Jn rI the Uniest 5'.-dlerositt6 a ab as e, st e in f elae eti
Chantro-t-I s irdr, sitTte r f IOf stone a :bresasid, inereest, decea*s- Fur spaie at thi e Bookstore ofeC. BIN GRH AAte & i'ntCe ,nrieae,:, advIn..g1 ,unable and some ut-eI .oithe n mtowOr small Iihotil, with eihtfaithomrswe a t ert er yting tha t ma eb r tho
I.-, "e o-,.I. t odCl, thlit tieiesoual .atate oft .id deceased is CO N to. 4.,Corti i 0hiv d spl nov_ ho24S, o o. uj si aein is suchaonset hut w det ini .. three ead N. tr.ec
.'.I .i SOA t,, c.t.,: i os. t. .. ..n t cnta g ooe buI d an fu te ..I bt^ ? utide an a elyt s po ssible tnesa Il. U cyon n in
*-_ '*. cl' l clIetIon of snhoi:tl ofi laying the justdebts of said dec cased, the' iuee .,. .n.:, s weh o, etd, cannot be efneca t ot. e t as i ar i t s t n oatdS from r a.slat io a .tte fro Cou n uut
-_ I.- ite', i .I "-I l (I ven t and si i hundredand fory E r ar. est uall ai t, ie B win ll fre is one thing I have tw ent t o thirty fathoms to the.south ndoawest v l n
p-., "a I t, the transac,,n of s h othler business as .hra and 129-1U00,necnrdnigi to the a oulnis reidei Id .',Oltsaltei, b-Il,"N;OOLN & EDIN''UNDS,,N:, &Ibro ielfra, p.inA of'Statesand Forengntbu.e--
an d s r iue i can o n flOe .so tepo WIod an eSO. W o ,n heg s ma ht w or te mosp c alt p a.F i oie ees, l is no r e n
or O'r"111,e,1 come beore it. Tine officers n a i in rhe Otrobate n file e th ts v. 4 Ni o it e ou t a Stockholm, to opr. Huehe, C arg a
*n,,b I o rII., Grnd.LoNde, Masters WardensL sai ., e d1.l n r tguageOtiiid: iri a v triott a of seitic ema ys ctrel,1 ,in ,i LU, I m:.nd itsire imy diai- o nd o ngitude 671 o W.t1is aboutrtwos f -Ae. o t o i ge, C that e

SH "N DIXc Wl1 andlth punl Mactenh this n-Inorale Court, that thle followig real s- (rhis nan original ad vcry valuable wora, I an ain-, tise who consider it a *lt d snn vftlbs place, have reported to thes rov-
t -ion TU S, b i DltR l ace an d SUE c'. E VE rte, below ngig tot husnd1 dcc.isp e tituz tOrde Men- mid d erets ss. partiar att eoiton ot thol.den t 11 I k no iissi, a t h,. 'egretted and lament- inlm ti me ,ob tu f-o. ,e ,.t iTu rn .s; ernimchnt that Cantata J. A1]e i, of tle Amerte
o s a r, t adot *lt, or .. t we. (l ot-srteCplacesrof ncan shhip eartovm, Apd.estinydiln.[crs tlpdt e i l eosc oo tstrabu dyTof he mthe s By llwi f te set o n tihe s Cat oie repr oofth e it i St a ise sfor onco-
.lt-and Royatl Ar Ih Ch elapter Of Ma o- -to M l.w.rd .i ..a.y aabDeyl c by of die the oot whldon ab S P rk.t a ni,,,nt c.r he tai d ,,mnd, calls hoEems tu.. T hey ts re aey.,ntahearl hy a-vst a u b, r ott tieI. Chfter having di oehaoi, ed her ouir, at Livetr.
.ichusets. ft t o le r I ou.r,, hee td resist, ithCl t o r squti re, .l yttsoe. in rtee Ptd t.. ,i,-, cit a ,, t the it. 1 1ur ethdlsI t n. osth. ,,,I .i.-' l took Oi, board shout 20todn s t nof slt, as
"" An S e d to C nb i ret.u1 r, 'tol C,' t ,c,. i~t, n s, i r t h.e*.' l itte" r "r t o o' r "t .i o | -. in i, it vili. .e.; nt tto .n p o "s,- i ito t .Sls k o* o ,- to a thaiep Si the a t erdtt g -
h .' I o N f ... G E .. iato t: 4, dt, .til ,1r. ., .the i i I '.f --c--y the e o .,T slcfor Stockhoth ome n o d th a i t e p eti"
no J l l s, ,,inry-th ird n y o-f De.'i ir, ,,',. ," t .,ha O. .r t mto ,u n -e t by t at" ,,,zrtisidnt-tt he i g'o untry t wno rf, h e f' t o it ut o the reates.- 'm"o.t..... t,, c izens a th U ntet nSta te in a an ee o
IOO'"'.. ,i ot,,,,, l.. e h a, ,,- rye s ,d pti t on u i ,.n th nader, .dmicnne e. t um .n the plctoeasures of those seasons.o Every]te-. men!,,sr'..del' fto o..... rbi,-n os,,itt h tp h


I G R.. U T.. TON w gv notd R oih Also, oitie l teai ctact i ,e ....i .... l. ,. I, it .phin t !;ciiso'n, late ,,I t u ,o -rary man pilltel you thathei can boure l to in onn r mt i a, 'e t ti, to he r i cal ulat : i hre h slips frem rim ortinf into Sweden any
0.n .o Chia" ntr t of tis' g!>rder,e andistiuita on ti l ..I..n i, Cl.... i,'i'. tui.iy otui li lse. n ra, n wen, he m yised, intestate,, those greatest adrantag'e i doors, when the for the small variationw ich adpdeared. other productions tian those of their own
7'(.(d- S n ow al, t .thto"lihinticsvsa ,.to; .estin -"* I ",''n .' .'t "i..h i ih lld sc ha t tl cites .ibts a tc, ther id-Te- weather is least agrqbeablefor walkn g abroad. At anchor, ,indifferent pla ces, aidd on different respective countries, the salt in question may
d eithih ed l3 stre n g did f M rle oe a d ingnf r omeM e n ti o nth o i n dcgs h r e n u n o sIlc o r -l h S o l s v al aid40 5 1 vva d l ogth ue C h .te
td'; e -im e/ I ti nlb holv e oat 'od easterly' soitiily ..*.I .. t i t l :i eased.on L at th nt Yd hisd tl together ith How do ourIsons dwelling in Boston spend dys, we det nined the et d tren o the be, on its arri l here, eempte from confis.
Boa-m nt ht_- l '- ^.o s B ts Davenport, coiintningone hiAJufts eie n anti- t heti o t he wiidk owe, charo argespf adniistiation ihe itervacation g"eiea le y ? 'hehe neatre, *tile a nd as nearly as possible thei cise itie fall- cation, and admitted into the country, on piy-
G r ,or lnss, eiins .lrl- C.hapI'p. ..ini.e ent e pse hntes ene iiichs.ehiin ntheture probable haty aniou to tls e the circinas d the innumerable social circles, ie lli is frni one to one a hl- ofthe dutiesfiedonsalt, which arrives
oth rWil-nchdys ofi edu"oatth eststsdll c-on ,,cetaseUds -a ti r..-c ,totce J lruds,. I1e c o atrs.oe and et nteh dg o h e tieei si har es i vmte ..ftoy thee f the dte i e o e a re


I .o ti e aci d n seatthi efo n th ande .. r.hoses ..toren. aiT upoi coi.-.. f in- td dlsoehadred and en dol s acd tel cects sna durimna eg the long wfh inter evtonec ot he it I -las el r ed ia tl at he ver, is nttuelr- 'gThse e i, Charge d i A ffaires of ths e United
'- lace dht teieh s e. i casosmevaacato n, d tedi. s-tri itilytc. i b the1se/eoAS ilsh.t ea sa t o r es P it sna.1 ..e i d m l
"d'e a" mmo-,Ions tol ee.eve sn uie at' herb n i,. ed o' e at a u.rI.'g. .- ..I of- "Lo2s d ,stae o y G t5eon "yIk. lte'- of'llthere-geat .oom -or re.fi"on et1.1.a"tspehomu., t e 'astwa mi;esdidtneotO f oh Stock ho lm; an( tati .-.1 Neir
i, -r"'d CIW Jliu t-ei ..I 6. sl co,'unet,',' Iy ob -je .y the I dsenoT s y J a on-t f da" ofexhibited ior allow s theird O cic, nt o tve stud'et onocurpyIth e season bemt of urteda south iea h enate$ hwve, a is m el-i Bote, M r s hastrest n .onet.:ro

.' ci i of all con- pb.ii.g wth the rciu.renieatts in hin' in such as the value untth ealestatie ofs aid deceased, -Iv'the quires some weeks to get into the habit of W- anVi'E'N E aidd wh ich is undoubtedly itaitesd of Am erica, that the K'nthgr; Iis august.
arn ..ed i e cu ile s cd te. ieeoti t nnfB m caua;d providecd. And a ic duty houni will sa im ventory, s thirteen .hun(red.ansd five dollars. study after a winter of dissipation ; and I the store tlh oo f the flood ant ebb.b From theses Sovererignr, always inclihued to af-ord preoft of








-a re tdmotted. to enmhrlPgP-ayt, e e-t, Proba.'e, at,-.I- "pteprinted ide aaso nt' ate, -n tiloutl b ho en tsaf- cormumas c nn. Pint vweey ndeneanye line any se hllin w e h alsckaei- rlana. -.ylt, of Ne o -k n nd -
.ckaAGughts qG.E F a I 1a evmr a .hi!ES CLAP, o ditovm bestrlato.. hVerct yout petitioner prays, that he mans here would use te word in. tre most favora- causes ani vaoicty in the .iides, -ar ises a-prhti i his friendly dispositions towards th4 Unitedo
nov ".t JOHN e t LOsIae tnwto-n.. D'o. pA D e p, nt h e, FR h 1 'd emoear ,o in cei, e-' to sell so min ch of the ble co in staruction. Many a studiotis youth a- hagc t in approachting the Shoi. A s hen und r States, has granted the payer of Messrs
,v r o ,. AN- t u CALLEN .'.. eo petsaton t sit deceased, a raise the sum ments the in urious effects of a too lon o va- weigh .ac uloted lo he Soats, ia a few hours time pe To. tie and Arfo an, in favor of CaptainT .
Et4ed HIBd .TION AND BALL rod So, 182. 0iS 11. tnot .ilt.W be si unde tred sueso ti rt tei o sl d saey a ey en c tO There'areenrhresh oausdrem mboodrea- fouveid ourselves drifted fa uts-n of ohoui reckoniigs, cbAlloen.l o1 .
W .IS ..r t.IHtow o anr esptctesu ly nefnthyl t he ayen o f steitd ko psl.Stpreme tition iueneesitael e the n wspa Er a e KINh. -ct nad sl sfo rmsation to longc is noer dwgea y or f antd t o scertu n vel the ing' a eant tt.^e sif i
etR ULe IN.cush a nd the v ld eniic, h oot t h h noEbe Cunrt, Nov nta er in ri Sa ot r, -r t Ia n th a nt ot" tha c hngit et t t hwe c ry i el or n neiarus v o t he onoilesd at tio e n y tlsat the citizens ot the Unuitted,




VA ,h o...nitjI t ile.. ... i "abooe w te "y,. A E- J e y m tiliePshbin g e r tio y fors, e-n, ho itm ue w a the C 'usnee es te she i eo rtton tat
tne icand All, bill .ke pi eeonT reSDAYEVE- ITi 3 r st ,o .,l.,n .hi pet1, imsttia Ordereo That MiMdlesex. o s. At a Costt of Probate hole at I know it is *said, on the other" hand, that sa'me obe aitudes o t h e ist e States s.h.ould beinforied, /ltis n-tfc. He
Nr'ING, hb e Imttid.l Deecinhser, at Coneert haild- ;eo sii- *i.,eed ni| alsoarses interested in t es Cca id, intI toand for sa ui coont y of Middthlesex, the log winter vacation is not intnded t O6 later c lcited by Brosiuss'new an d certain e w faspor 'n 'essted s toe iport into SGen deui ato
Tic i e hid i oratr, t. il, a in s,. c. i o r ber e urt li day ofNoembe, A. D. ISl. accom odate the so s of the ich, but of the m sthod. B alo inthug t s et of tides, s as- ther p ctns t those of ei w con-
at M oon's Book store o. 4, i S reme i i Court, de fo Upon the etition aforesaid, th is ay prefoted poor. Allowedu.- e certiiieinit at ehtii, the obseroatit ins at d rkckoI tries, spectioely, the umlersisied las, by or-
EVENIn .. ov o"28 c the twenty thinl day o cembr, inoxt, byoub- by tile oe de P e i a adm ic u s- in ths aUirementes ise all its views euffi- y igs agreed very isearly ; s nat the latitude aid dec of se the s on u ea e I



tte Ado Su Ar-tr t MTn e idsl e 'nstn cops o said tl heis ofJantisor- trato afocesid. Ofere admi,. att ueosal te .di.so O -r Y -t6ret1 nu e of the lsnuongutde o eri iar set ons itse true b som p on t tah b senu r ied t Meo
7 ,itAS 1yNA'ile1h extr toihow e i-". a weeks hve110. insthote s o inty strCong?"A-veryegratnumbereso and he tae Iigituihe t....feisondidi 1and velth sartd 'ghes t.'ont b o godaoem yer Im ised g
!STI d(l'tejusmdetsrli yaandat y p oIe s h riy. iitt i 'ee t Ahe:r f i Cotyo Coe Ia s t i 1 te r nd the als r
ouAS ieioveme to f C nbrid -s t r..t h iroidie f l nWiitnn-Ces S tmeis tP a, Jriie ult;e s oteI Prostn,6the la obst s ear cit a Conit of I'h.e. to be hleneaii atyCaxiid r v ae erly c honv i teorkeep n yabed, c sitereh direi tion, oheounigeg titon T he u n effe dt that th eornd n mein tfe -
Stse ofDll .i oE. a- puh actioti to bi t dat t, at east, belorethe bidgn, in ne f said county, on e second Tuy theer months of the y increase teedsmall Sin i o a e coarsely ln ii ade th teut al s ie idri wit i e o rosy e boenhf t the kuo Sn esen fa eofm l

.iI r c m e h it .d' ii e aad tdec e d, a e s-idS CoFiiii, eshow cause, If goig petitsio a woit dhics odet thei'elosance, thie weeks there no wvaa to seemedy the great evil of a calculated o i y dey asn d hur by the preoedicg .of eig f far ll e o ssi h ein ttaenof ia
*dmy, -N ayo 1Atlli oset Ehiienanbe, why ti e pS ryecll of said petition sccsslex, iS he ne spap'r ca ed te Conmoarbi- l ong vacation to our sons wat o dwell in s o facts: d a ers Sh h ow e ss o thef to c o rant o.it n
R. ptu Tin Gr ON es utn ld giv eins iforomte that h inte s ld ue graisted. i i Caenmtisi, p.it ed at oston, the last N o ictionh of e A he capital ? Let thiet s thind be calmly ners gong fn Cape waCod to the Sol s, at fie he undersigned proT it of this occasion t al
sri clo, al l vl.-ev, -' .the Fhiste, coisinleti- JNO. CALLE sUER, Clen-k. 'IcnlC cy inP-ii --uai-', awhen and avh'iere tsey e n y he t and close observation Iam fimly in the o- dy bottom. Tlie water graduallv deepens to 133 tiigg ished consideration. f t
ced liast t, -fV. .n'i e anonveiuepetio ymn in *XossiA, s' pn. Is, 1821. -. r lieart d corkcerhis g the same; urh make retun tun- pinion that thieyaboliion of tie longvacationsr, fathoms s ned then gradually decreases towards COUNT D'ENGESTh OM.
the rear ot Mr. Geol'ge Gibbeiiso shoe, iear *1 det' oaths of Isis dhoins hDein unAto said E st, ii't. thms inter o ne esp eialy, t he S ene, tluS.e.4. 1 and oud e to e su
uthe eofSumr-seet. a sS. thi s at law SAML P A l t wth lone espeavould grmeati th Sho el G.nIrsJaiiOnuia i Nn. tid ongituateq
h e r b rnohes ofr etr i o t sll ot, ecs interested inc thse estate ehsedi- C opy Aies t e ISAAC FISKte esoiisteno oonefit the tesebers and o se taught. h 6ed g.tiea' jssoe shitu ety noth Ins hetiudeI COLUoLhah wAsOi, w n 29.
isD nowE Y acs t r o I Wyof mCresi-, lisalIe of Cliarstona, in said coHnisy, r ofd r ,afe e wie s o d i pa ti i on;adtlonaI, she h ulg-aeef meseo o nn s -b
TJU A s.oHE public are respe atflh k inforeet that the geitleanns, dc hasesh, intestate, iie're. UO eoi otetalth orn Mi ssaiscsust t a iathnts of tlse G overnors .nd t eaches's ot ofUBfe the Bink. s e water tisen shoals fast. t 'svo te oameoun tse Capitol. nrs addition to those al-
Aoashemt inco bis toawni, for o repam ineg yonoug thirAcTEREAs JOSere Tsftsd ianisrth toroftie tufe'lk, as.H At. a P'oise Courl hiel at Boston, the University. lth'iey have enough already;,' northsvhatd ofbtle Shal, hi latide4. 59ON. snd ready announced, we. have seen the fomibul.wig
he1 lfor. College and instructing yontg Taulsi tn estothe of said thceas h- pi et or o otahe e o i cst fs presented l iei ld t SuffoSuk, afosS-cid, as many as ts ey can wave i get alouag with, ahs d hogitnide 67 et' W. onaihe south side of thcanc ihi gentieohasSan h ase srsen
Othey ciandm s It r rcmion of thel sucotanr ben S .Ilaloawace to tie Jiudge oe Probate of said conoity, oIs Monday the tweoty-siroth day of Nov-mhert, what with popular prejudices, andl internal channel, o there are sixty fathoms, soft mud,. In Of the Senate--Mir. are, of Georic, Mr
thie cire and istrhe tion o the subscrier. He the first account of hD ui a inistratioi npon m thes- in thl e year.of our Lord one thousand eight hun- difficulties, they have enough on their hands, layitandeto 1a erN and longitude 6i7sA 51' e there Smith, of South Ca-o lina, Mr. Williamsn of
ino te a ota hn Io hIeil netat, from 3 toWARRENMPERKIeS.h d.y. werew, so theigheVadtookfcontiruew vessel will e. ncesvaryare atept in itise nsr tieemanner Vii
ia rcI.dal t hat aee i.h tate of sid deceased, t rl also an aecout of lis dred and twerty-on. in all coCscience. To ifudge them.by the are one hundred anil two fathfmes. Ui ladtitude4 Tennessee, di-. Williams,, of Mmissirofi pi, and
phas receve'smmohltionsh t set eeieh ts u dtitnr'..h usgm t claims as a creditor thereof. tHEREAS ,Iohn Parks, admisishiator of the rigild rules of -West Pojust is hardly candid;- 10' N. and longitude 67 17 8'W. theth e is no bottom Mr. Noble, of Indiana.
Ladies and Misses thnrouhs thi yar, ashno as-ll he You are hereby notified to appear at a Court of J0r goods anld- estate of" Gideon Parks, lathae of ?till there is great room for refbrmationn. at 1755 fathoms. To the eastweud we did not as- L Of'the House of1epreu' ntatiatea.--M.r New-
'" t i p t "Probate to he holden at Gambrids in and foP oston aresan i rd, er ant, deceased, hitest'.ta, Let thls question of the injurious interruption. ci-tain the extent of the B In tvo ssies tto,,of Virginia,'(Pather of the H ,,c., y,.
ti-, 1, B.d b- io.. ,-n the n.Tastuers a- si county ono the seconds TuesdI.y of',laonhoutry, next, hl a fee tothe meles, d a the
-opo- e, t t u s bc s,.' bsill cmmentce on the se-cond to to W c'nhe, if anye yost ]li :,s ais, lgus he ,irs..sts t e ..-.. .t"--oec "e' for stto-, ,e uh f ,Ii met .roeed cdsalev e ,onlclered ie i ntt-h fond 'ul20 to A fathso s of eate-, ih soun d- tf h e r o e
n o .........c.o'.'....... ...-.t-C"onert.....- ,v"ee.-ulym W ,ss m At.Court of Proel,, at I knon wntintei h reeat I n w at tee st -twaeihety mile..ten Ushne South.ttCaro n M '.esfo 1heeatiodeo;I .nhie-h I,,b..
Mend-ly in December,/ hesn a Pew more scholars ance oh titb eame. successively in thie -...'. .'.. .,. s' -Rw ap~a^ ^tiMai-O"l *^. ^i ,, u ., v"-'" .,.'-. -,--' --;,i4ri* .l-.it ^L.n.i, -. Sawyer, of Nortih Can'hilsa, Mr f'.,rie:d, :J."
noas be admitted. Witness Sam'lP. P. Fay, ltudeer of Probane, at ie pi'ited in intonithi t said account'wi llbe at- "ct c ,i -ti ,. :.. l g i .,rl.|, na n-.Ill ne is n,.. ,...in l, ,,i tlu H.,.d ..'. .i e na we ascertain- toafryland, iMr. Tayls r, ofN ew York, ande r;
Musick taugl tiby nMr. GaonttEl;r, and Dancing Caumbridge, this thirteenth day of November, A. ill/ pon at thie Probate Office a ihesAd, o th he may be drawn, that may prevent dissipation cd it,is ofosuch a narrow charareler, that it is die A. Smyth and SMr. McCoy, of Virgsi-ia.i" t-
by lIr. NW .ACS, gentlemen nf lAoston. DIS18 Copy. 1SAAG yi'St1E, Reg'r. second Montlay in l)eeemhr next, being the tenth of mind on the one hand, without pressing cilt lor a vessel to ascertain hert situation sby it. -
JOHS N ANJIEi. y oas seaid month, at teJS of the cloMk, A. N. too hard on the needy seBho4ir, on the other. We often found a great variety of so dinigs iona a XTIAC-S r-o- A I.H LTTEaI TO 'rit E.tOr'
1edfeardn m 14i,u 1821. 4w Sn trie tdlle sX, ss. o hi e heia s at law i lhen ad whee il l persosainterested may a ted Our country brethr-en should remember that very short distance ; suho as sands of various col- pe ipe y,coler, .Vovi 4ha 181. b
S W RTti G tOd all- others tinteestehla ia tl estate of Steen he if they ste fit. the dissipatioD of the ric/ is more dangerous ours, and diterently mixed, coarse and fine gravel, "I find from the nevspaipevrs thlattChe affai hs'
.ALINSEvegSci Munc, Ite o Gto, i a t said oi tle- ves undey ianut thay a yea irst to society than te dissipatio of the poor. e of u colo, s sponge, at of makes more se than I expected
f r. opAen f t.the seaso ni at his rooms p oruhill Dnun,dcctsc, testale, iGassTe'rr above written. A Pb Uo Of ,n d a tr l e. tth.n 'o .all these, except sar tnrI saves a es ucm- whlcl by ben-u a rt orm. ? tth e want of
PotttAe season att us.tleiie o se cimei sondwithepa ced mi.tthesChares
der iot -' se IdIv-stUdof u ei liunte Cotous hati specnsens, Athpra-ocks -- teUasieeybseusisnpter estadithereio hvto en t comb heiaantn o 1s
Atefor'the purpose sC to on trcting h hasig -U.~. EcSti nsgtu said or, d i* t,"on no le D sansoodioverent e nh ttofPuee-ate s rom whence they were taken.* e matter of any interest wherewat i tos entertaiic -
nuneI forthe p rpo sa an'd e tiiigng tla byho ic te to e detat Ca n .Setrator t s ots u wnnith the wnatv e ailo ,- o n M a'eoed .... .. .. .
mce in the ART OF WRITING. of tne estate ofusaidthece-eil, has presented tbr al- Middlesex, sS. TO tshie heirs at law Impor'tant ufcltical Report. Notawiltt tnuhing thisvariety, some general char- their readers. Some of the papers go on the
n h oues ofhu i ol egLi e -.1,-;as ot mEsq t trublicat io n 0tbe se ven days, at least of. bridge, tr Df aVidCounts, CdKlgtil e Sm yschoolsthe m onthas;of tey earandsmall Il.oT the sup ositonse hat Cnfnm edhe red as
A Class is now formed "to i."astruction ii Pen. loans e to tuc e Judte of Pr.obte' of said eonnty, a till th s itest i the state of" El ij e a te so in be useul. To th opposition t esat Cn LAtA continued hIere as
sino iaub bsouit* begal andhs ao fans' mo na'e a d e astOeof the Sohs an at osedtnc u l vg nt w is
_ _osl.inandedyit b ook onh'hfrefe rese frss- t ucrs cott of v I is teahdiis rt u pon tret t o io the es easl ate of ie [sl i ttk y iua ed in- te Ee nisg Gaete. wo the gr ee ei pr ance a ndt eso e is e public ast piecan, che mi l )n t t ifactbet l
at d ss c an be admitted. Fiven 'sa e rl tar t a at of said deceased, and also ctn account of lis deeasee,'iAtestate, it:'eg te. fcuiom them, these bottom is coarse sand and gravel, w as appointed by the Captain G neral to sur-
i ted his intermediateI class e tom Ir 1 to sr. b claims as a vedt' thereof. A r ErE c dpeona, h lt PORT c of all coors- the in olN. a mixture of i owhite,wtto t so render Wbest Florida anan d, op ih en this special.t-
stosw o h You aire hereby notifienl to appear at a Conit c oh tne e'ute of s/It ducaaeo d, hass 'peseneld Relctive ts the aSnr.vyofGEORGES' SHOALS, itsntdYeln -to the N. ml and ele-ouai ion was acom hpished, it is aery at-

Bo-trchs sitdcchSecc sand-toetheON.EB. Ny um..ytutndpihinht dnatB st thesla stalubi caetion noat ethatitald ? Lectyoc tem uibetalm ly Ingoir lkfeot tapet istov
st h one ofh o e PfIohbangs.hN o hem at 1 nI, 1df r sfor s a o a e, t dem s uo" e erb a t. e of said oelof m rl nd H o ur an eori, -
t Esto totE N IN r SMHO OLRe d M es I i t, C ios. e i t at the s in eede in ee UnitedtStatese scchooe Science, twh fine wnliteand ye tgell o sai, as gs.ai in latitu td e
ahe saai o tt, % the e h Tuesdl..ay; otf Janeuy ty, the first account of her audtnisistrasion upnsthe ansd the sloop Orbit; fu y direction of the Board 4,1t 57' N. -a d longiludue 6 40' t eW. same white true, some points iad been referred to thte
Forbti e don e st rc-- i 7 of m o' nv en tre leiniacin- Boustonse ti3steI. and tistakee t of l ed upo to m gke p e 11toI LOWNnlo serobservaionImirmly itotheCore
Sortie nstUrCtono yoin W wn e, to sow cause, i aty you have, against e este of said deceased. of.nav Commissonaes, antd under the orders nmoss-ti the SE. efin wHute and yellow sad- government, ut no onse ever Saged that
"o "R. STIMSONe respectfullyo intrms the l allw ian othe sat'esn e itTe, t You are here' notified to appear at a Court of of. Captain IsAsC tHtam, in 1821. to th S. generally white sanid. As the Shoals arc Col. C eaL rtA Was to .remain at re us i l ltihe
i ar )oung gentlemen of this tvonun, that the fall I Witsless, Stamul P. P. Fy ', Jtii ge of Pes bate,- Probate to be hole n at Cambriige, in sa d for said ThiERE ie poperly fon Sbhoals on George's opalsuched, I whatever deiIctdon, the soudngs i negotiationi should be at an end, merely tor
nteh wile end on Thiu0 '.y e tl inst. and that at ,rtsidege, this Turteenh dtay fNovember, county, on the scond Tuesday o f' Jandar next, to Bhak ; t ie whi te of them included between lati- become couse, ai .re Irqueully nutixel ws Is th e purpose of taking possessing on sot old
e will aece te winter carter ith a ne A. 1821. ISAAC FlK eegtde sow ca e, if any you ive, against the Rallowance tudes 4 3te N. nd4.c. 5S t 30ta N.tni loa gitudit e shells of diberen i kinds. N Near the Shoal, much otf pieces of artillery, wB ich have been used as
class on mmonidey, Decewnber Sd uate o'clock, at his HE stibscribeirs having e a P t'he same. 67 18' V.und i67 59'W V. Between thens tisre the bottom is pebbles ; and to ihe 1. of the larg- swallow's nests tnie immnmcin riall. lCut, his
Actdemy. No. I t ,North. Allen-street. Evenings Iat_ pooted romntoisimaeI bym the in.es a mniwaer P. Pe t tof Pfte atc founIntgore f s a ke'. cea c dhe ns em withosm there su e oi so e in- re c ipt ithe isi gu et as
ot instructiktn Mondays and Thursdays, fi-osm 6 to Iu o mt i ssi y t in. Eduari Canhridge this iifeenlh Otis- o Novene lThe largest,-aud on-th is tle chief danger, is si-hng w 1th io.d spoige on o i a e fbi t provisions, subject lo
E9. eams T'eF.Otrance ant 8 at else t ofthse I. Robbisudge of Pc Lt A or the county of a 1 i52 i I, ACen d K, e" 'No ie'. t. the atr e teest, d.n w h It is te chieidang e o n stIs ll n I t. so is k toi awt
ur ter. DaNorfoglk, to reioeiv e anantd elst-a c the tmhams o05 S th ue D. 8 o l ialaPr ate sevieate, ithe mos vesot,'hey and ihaves n70 sW slr ht e ; nth .Na, f th .e. post coroo to the sd.
Acart der.ayinn"gnglar, w'oiKS e th a longane a r no w slit m asTukineg niott fathnomos oipevaihling charatiter of tbwne soundings us el Conno ctcot 'ft n 't f alow p
Mr. t also iriformas hose youn gentlemen that several creditors to the estate oft o c Middlesex, SS. To the eof irs at law foom hsur S E. at l.ci hwel SE. point is in ynt- green swhellsdl aud c7itflye oh the species usually sal- ti Genael ad so l:tif hicsi that io for-
av een ias tbrme seuolans b.n ot.hrs, that he' THOMAS MU ROB and l others intreted in te etale fSolomo itude 41 S4' N. and longitude fi 40' W.e i l ed seateggs. Ifa vessel be s in et gh Sn o ld th m uic:ioct wohei ld be held With hhi,
s now t r asking uch a class fito thue pretide .of' Co- latc of Doieheste-, h said eosunty,blaekssnith e Harley, tiltt of Chasresto h 1, i s Of'dcounty paint- west i hpinut is lu r latiti ude 4 e0 4u N. anh logtnsle hansge, sh e r a hve no shells. T'hce quality of a ashot tine titter thse delivery of the proico.

ntonths, every Tuesday through. the ,luarter-thihs said Judge, for the cueditoo.s to exhibit ansd prove 'T H R A S T o te N. si l an llongitudeg 670 47s WV. Thereastern side of whuBank, will be best unmnderstoodl t e carnm tihe chart, pers ira the case t ida wee military ap s,
class is to consist t r1-t. ono one admitted short or f their claims, hereby gdive notice, sa eiat tey will at- t of th ie e tisa e ds eal S.hSo h ant iOn e ot in teg rtit, t u t ihe tn ei tali e sted o to i e m i
the 13 lCssons. IeI iitnds oommeaeing of Tues- tend to tie dtv assigned then, aatthe office of "i ah ln aTic to 9 io stJ s le ahofg itio tro ee tsie dc' weatheiri prevented meakin a cA d in t e ans
days December 1lth. Terms tbr uaeh scholar, 2 Samuel P. Leud, in sai/t Dorchestee, on thesccnd slwa c to J g robat o said cous- ,eet fathoms at eomnmn low water. It is~ complete survey of all parts or" the Banuse And one of thIe privileged classes, mwhic t are onlys
tobe pid at the beginning, and 3 at the close. Tuesday of')ec rauryFcbrary, Marc ist account of his administration upon the c osed fa grea nmber of sand spits, very atouge we ascertained f cc iihe iuda us ,s it to the amenable before their own tribunals, and the
Late2etate fint said de-censaofaIss se dc.-sstrtionoupon t ie acosnpa se na e.Tn o f sausul srnitatve :iry a ittm oghw cerndI ii tdh the ouis e fTe nW,
aov 6sp and April nept, fIom .3 to 6tP. ro on erch dslay. lcte of said ceased. n o narrus', so that the width of a narrow vessel will wNestward puid lrthW6ad W, I have u not eiaete ittr.e p in a. Vi-
WLILLIA Vi RsrOuh BINOt e ,SA" GRiP LOUIl), Cou'rs. Yon ace herety notfic'to appear t a Court of ,ake several fathoms rdiIerence in the depth of 0t hehChiact, whbei ig tdsacd sor ssentily hinga eidal, the deceased,r ephadt boruesee some commission
WILLIA -. ingJ theN SAM.GLOVERi ,a a rProbate t io e hotlden at Cambridge, in and for water. The general rC...geof thc spits is aliens S ism hat, sseIget'oiniu u ru on
o Pw IooIK. Dorchester, JE'6. 18, 1821. sais county on the second ic l eslt, of Janmary to N.W. As there are no rocks, they are con- lich e ud e ioe ct i te most ateri- in th Spa is service, and on thin accou t
Proposes to publish by subscription an new n'and im- next, to s/.n easouse, if it"y you have, against taie sequmctly.liable to charge, i some measure, theiP al p1oits Of the Shotls te sas, I do nm t be- t1ey pretend that is papen 'rs ouht to oe kept
proved e.htiou ofa Dtionary ofArts and Scien. NOTICE thereby givenll, that the allonvaer of the s:aOe. osituins and rangs. On the eastern edge, even liee aooe perfect' suvey h n e ate less, district f'm the recod o e a'ars ofer
ces, in three volumes 4to, containing one hun-. -sumscriber has i een duly appointed admiis- \ W'titns Samuel e P. Fay, Isudige oflProbate, at i a a'.hn weather unless it be high or low at ii a calm tine, thu ismain SIsoal oe ld e penmtla- Sons its cmii society, altsoghi all parties inter-
tired and torty engravings by G, GncEoor' .D, tratritx to the estate oh C Camsridge, tells fifteenth ldav of Novemnber, A. U. the tides run with great rapidity, and form consid- ted. ''his, hw ie, does mot seem to be an oh- ested, ant thIe property in dispute, are it this
). P. D. 'tI. &ava p h Jo, OSIAH .. ARN 'I'T, 1821. ISAAC FISK Reiset e,'. ei able breakers when setting to the westucrd, and jus c t, as no vessel would bbe sal in attempting to cot'ntr. Adniit:ing the justness ofthis.posi-
rcilirgt IS work was first published in London, in -a h;'e waterfall when setting to the eastward.- pass over it. tios, it avails nothing, because the aords of
t ieo volumes. ln6 and 187, it had a second tolteo': 'harlsownc', ll tY e county f Middles r T r, by a k a-lorts thatPoc have bteh' seen on the o, ft faicning ito bgeasea th aeebsr
cn d enlarge d.iition iu 18:a3and 1814,, and will 'usw trad er, deceased, intastatet att d'hshas aken upon baa t alE S h euby pgIVxe that the i hitby on tItoer eigor tthi. slukowio d hero is flone shoals areucdoubteelui .coricweat ln Mee be. -
cie ofU Chemiu 'F, s l isawoko unquestioned meets. All ticsai ns hiaivitg uhem nunorwlo utposi i thme ensP- tO- t e last weill anut t l a e an e sttatn ,ny it tof fo m a s e o d se

The autboP dlallug eodeeeided, Ire says, thust a ,is- thue saume ctantill persons hideeted to the said en- hate of WVeston, su thu' eotvi of Mlidllesex 4laek- lheu theme ais cotsiderable aind, ae observed w ich at a distance, had the appearance of rocks ; acted from very bad advice ; that certain of his
t i o n tU '. i n a ce m p e n ddal e a e ~ dyu p o n 1' d I I I I t it t e l l t v k A M t o h a olt t he n e e d s c h o i t i o t h e o t heo, t o ft fo n d a l r e a f o u n t v o f s ol l d n g i n a E T A S F R O M A RT T O T H E E D I T OR. '

fomsuicety pios wito ig po/,c- C 8, self itait trust lcy giving oinds ns (the law ialues tl a westward, than on thle edge; and I have t lar ail cheatr botto i of et qu te and form. he circumstances
enrate but not nIffuse, dicstad-oP all superflous ACha rrst n, -' 5, i8v. Al estat ii r,,g dcuh ds upon hie estate of the doubt that th e water there was still shoaler, and It ille sceui t the m ottosm, that thie hoig justified t he- opiio sa a combine tios ot ./s
m ,aarhrc i itotu erItonn lithil1 a, cut,2. It widr m seen, n yrtrt tbottonntthstatho hohoingbeustified the opinionof ombinationaouxetd
matter, eoniiressinM-athnr tian copying Mhat had , been onte by others, and c xhibiting a'clear, but sOTn OE is hereby givCn, that the ate u il persons iilm cbtlr Ao u-d e said estate, are c ;l fol twe heavu sea. The .breaKers were such, unless ihe surveys bot haing a long ncopen ofl cable, rode i t lthe paprs, but I am rather inclined to
co ineisat view of the present state '.of ele various .- ut subscriber itus been dult app tel admf is- lSTn to sake pay ntto it were entiel o, that it was impossible to go onthaconsidleie ae ho 1 i aity, ro m g ne ns nr tnt hat te has be misled."
branches o humma knor ledge, was not onuiv a nost tratrc to the Jstite of' s ii AVIiD BioACKETT, nEte'. n uoig thenie soo withooiesaa boats ;u,,i nortewasfimit'b u'conside2.redohisals on in The General has uniformly u declared his'
desirable ohject td the Englsh rcaderand tcmo ent, iulINJ F. sDJALDWIN, tesnton, iA --. 2t, I 'I. to attempt it niths tIe vessels. Fot hesites te it. At this time, tmts buke vet igh in te n i eti' t ri nelisme si
but an object pea fetly practicable. .. Gregory, late lof Wrilsurt,Misf the ecunt oty Midfdlesi x Esq. edc ydq nger of striking on the hard sand spits, tll yaes- lhtihitt.] at etu.. in nin oere t li ea s ath
has, ie" our opininom, realized his idea, anitd made a. deceased, intesad e, and hias taken .upon t"ohiitssecf aT 0 is lereby Gv e n tian e scl .uid have een liable .to be 'illd by the goMt ,tov. 1, 1821. apoin et she oi en oraltsuzed.
valut.ble at d intertsting work, serving the two.pur- thst trust by giving bouds s tIe las directs All n subscriber Ires been duly pointed adnir is- i rieal-eus. Even on the eastern edge, and at near- aIt mny e worthy ofrremauk, h isat one haN t oof ll c ltad, He lmatu carried we ii him the regret of al-iost
poses intended, firsc as i book of refericeandi.dse- persons having dhemsads upon the estate of said dd- ttao o the o s!,elattue of I)' shtck water, lthe vessels were cut times use ,rly eiSe"xa nmisg imth rs ig. I isunih anie uhd biacs sunileone eery American here ; mild and affable to aall
fondly, as an introducttory'and elementary work ceased, alee ren hired to exhibit the sme ; crud all W hitTIM LAJGtTON covesedl aitlrhem. And it an-as net thtlughtt nece- ainmiss etmey sumitl have been drawn i, ia und Is/its, and a tetro' only to the evil doe'.
for St.dents or for those who may not haac leisure pers-us indabulhrted sto d estate, are called upon to tame ottiieokine, iosi l county .'f mortolIt, asertai lltaywbenaenr o t le ssnai, to-
to bestow on the great wouks of Science. make payment to hl of l scr i in this' t Nn h l, e N scgry to i ttemut it, as thin objc-ets of ttee outrvy, to ,-i NEW YOaC I t is
A Boe Eof this kind and chauScterHis among tIme EORGE ld ALIeWIN, .anr. Iii d r i o et, deceasei a sul hoar Pthte ,s l'n imeu sitnatos andt xtent Uni thed t teuld bt aceotnefishn- s sYie" T HE M AIL thi os', v. oapt.sn;ttnteta
-ust we ltSa uone w-,nthf an-isis to ows n, beiong oh couc- Wsl'uurtn.-'aueterun/u 1, 8 -t cat first sytliattOfiss Vondjs a ajth irects.All ayd.true, a Nor n'.lk r .e ens Cthpat eiotimle .-
; h -- e.tettrusoutueri.f.the.thed.41..5u.iN. ...s.AllondCumnt'ofanh.rb ureldbin G orgv ra -,^ b -ived natr oleeprtao t e d No
attt use to thle eolanmouc readhetr antd nut seldom persu-antis haisg idd cseda ut/tqs thin estate of the s Ha- not telse a i- en e s o a th-- -r hn l
",19enuw cicnt to thue scts of science aidle O .O isshe ruebyss'aletoIaIvegot-'sd a r uiredltehibittesr heryer ke
'IhRe mechanical part of the pubictitian will ua- usc.-rbess have been duly appointed exeu- a- a'Is ph sons ., doutbtdly be doie ni anai entimettstisfucto- toms to the iast will and testamerut uf led upont to Rde 7tal to l who itffrmed him, that tooree days pr'evlous
I, b one ILI erentirey aaloan aCater. The puvaihug as aas to thi'e cast- ot Sgne ralho insfoemes hum, thpst ess day-spi-evold
rv, plates are.in the chest styleoat the i fh I W printing PLfELIZABP.TH KNE I.,AN jDki i I. il. hO N, t'' ward.h ; asd I hiuv o tsonrl ut butth llat ths police Stark/mhoilae, to t Seire rtftary of St ate, dated lie ad pteims off Cuubnerlan d ahrour, a
ill be sperintended by Collins t Co. well kntwn late oot Cambridge, in l itht e county of Middlesex, ttu ,, .a woullr; have be bare sith tany contiuuaneht S fan f s. c ry piraticalh schooner of 60 tons, anda .9 men,
S(or their excellent wmnork. The price i 10a vo me i -ots a idow, dreenasud, testat a, d hait ve taken ctulle -uosv e0"iE, oft shore wind. "s53'or .tstravl182. and sent her for the United States. '
'inboardsand IA-bouetd, cacs volume to containsmore themsulve s llhat trust t by givibgi onds asuthe la'u' S hiIcIh-oehs-i lnci :si,'ons -ubu rs on- o hn se cIst think ther1 ure no r6ek3r aboutatke Shiats.--a a H AVE tl e lutton' to trnsemitto voue he-me.
than 900 pages, is 40 per cent less tstn that tf tif e directs. All persons having demands upou the -es. JA Z 110 D, lae of Malden, ide- We had one cast on the S. \Vc. side which indicat- c with a translation of a note addressed to aviths a tnotair of's nd d
st Engs Editn We hope Mr. Robinson's tate of the said deceased areequired to exhibit the h my o the ed rky bottom, in lien fah .s; but I eleve meby ountd'ngestro ,o the4toSep- an e
design aill have a reasonable shsre of patronage in same; acu Sl am l persons indebted to the said estate Judge ot "Pis'ubl, los' tire cocuc of Middese ;, it to hicave. been some sharp stone that tthe eiad member, informing me that the Ki Is had not madhe to rob to U. S. mail, hetn-rena Noe
Doson arind t ,e bit. sp nvl 8 are called .tofesake payment te futhr ter of r uts, tor the satrnck on 'although 1 hav e marked .it according to merely exempted fr;om the penaltic of con- Bc nswick i Bridgeton, .ist before dy

RREL FST.ITE FOR SALE. FLTZABET''I H. KNEELAND, "'-a sixteentlt d August list. :tnas d ori the e'ed. the appeam-ansce, on time Chat. -iseation a camgo of salt, brought into tis light. 'he spru of thg coach 'as cut, and
Its 18-o1Iuris-g ins toth rst-un-er theire/u- ctfhbitaO t o'said es- 'lhr e ceOln te of the nmothlmern Shoal us sun Isatitushe po et by Cgaptami Allen of' lbs Amnericanus h dipk nrt-
A TWO story Dwelling House and the h1llU ad- d abru f ov. 1, 18'21. latie; nd titr tiey wi:l atteI tiat service-, at the 41 53' 30 a N. tnd longitude 67 4 It e ix- Liverpool, couti y to the side the coach. --
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lime. lnqniree of Col. JOSIUCA B. PmIPPSa ] tcaiuhisgna quanitity, of Ihuak'Bilns, Notes acid I stteo e ,P. a. c el s i n t e tt adbe enptlcnseto spemcitesu salth t are-le- r f lu e a
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MAIL ARTICLES.

COLUMBI.l. WASUtxrTOSzc Nov. 30.
YESTERDAY and the .evening preceding
arrived in this city Major B. O'FALLON,
United States Agent on the .Missouri, accom-
panied by a Deputation from the Pawnees-,
Omalcars, Kansas, Otoes, and illssouris.-
Their object is to visit their Great Father,
and Ilarn something of that civilization of
which they have hitherto remained in total
ignorance. They are from the most remote
tribes with which we have intercourse, and
they are believed to be the first of those
tribes that have ever been in the midst of our
settlements. The Pawnees are said to be
the most warlike tribe we have any knowl-
edge of-not so numerous as some others,
but more formidable, because united and ac-.
customed to war. These red men of the for.
est who now visit us are completely in a state
of nature.

BAvLTIMonRE, Nov. 28. During the lato.rise
of the Susquehanna, a number ef arks, richly
laden, have arrived safe in this city ; and
found a good market for wheat at F1 40 per
bushel.-One brought 1000 bushels of wheat.
An ark belonging to Mr. Parker, of Marietta,
with 76 hhds. of whiskey, struck on the rocks,
went to pieces, and lost one man; but the
water falling, tl'e whiskey' was all saved ex-
cept about 1CO gallons.

Aterdler, Confession, and Suicide.-COnsid.'
erable sensation was excited in this city last
winter,'in consequence of the following re-
ports beingin.circulation. That a clergyman
had borrowed from an old German, residing
in Kensington, the sum of eight or ten thou-
sand dollars,-which he by hard and long con-
tinued labor had saved. That the borrower
was unable to pay, and that in consequence
the lender, in a-fit-6f grief and despair, had
cut his throat. The venerable gentleman
accused of having done the wrong, twas com-
pelledto go and seethe corpse of the unhappy
man, he was accused of having brought to an
untimely end; and I believe other conse-
quences, still more injurious, followed.
It is now ascertained, that the money was
never borrowed, nor the man never cut his
throat. A countryman, of his, who lived in
the house with him, and knew he had the
money, cut his throat, conveyed away tlhe
money, and then got up, as a screen, the story
of its having been borrowed. The murderer
soon after embarked for Europe. On the
passage, gnawed by the worm which never
dies, and consumer by the fire which is never
quenched, he confessed his crime to the
captain," cut his throat, and expired. The
vessel and captain have lately returned, and
thqfscts are made known.-Phil. Dem. Frees,

A'-EW.Y l).RK. NEW-ronK, DEC. 1.
Particulars of tke attempt to rob .Mr. Ilealy.
About 8 o'clock in the evening, Mr. Healy
left his office in Greenwich-street, and pro-
ceeded towards his residence in Washington,
near ICarlisle-street.-Having reached the
latter, hle saw a person near him in a plaid
cloak. He supposed him to be one of his
"neighbors, and looked him in the face, but
did not recognize him. The next moment
the fellow struck Mr. H. a blow- with a club,,
which felled him to the pavement, and be-
fore he could rise, the blow was repeated,
and his hat knocked off. Although he could
not rise, he was enabled to cry-out murder ;
and.being in a part of the city Where assist-,
jt-ce would necessarily arrive soon,the villain
pade off. In the affray the hats of both must
-av a been off, as that belonging to Mi'. H. was
taken away, and another left, in which were
two handkerchiefs, the one black silk, anid
the other a striped silk with the letters D. C.
P. marked on it. The hat was made by Mun-
son, and appeared to have the' letter P. mark-
ed on the leather. About the time the at-
tiack was made, a person residing in Carlisle-
street heard somethir.g.fall in his yard, and
on going out, he found a large butcher's
knife, which it is believed the assailant threw
away after the attack." Mr. H. thinks the,
fellow was about the middle age,- and about
S feet 6 inches in hbeght. -

We learn,.that the. Rev. Dr. John M. Ma-
son will preach his Farewell Sermon to-mror-
row forenoon, in the Presbyterian Church in
Murray-street. Dr. Mason is appointed Pres.
ident of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pehn.
and will soon remove to that place.

The Burlington, Vt: Repository states, that
an attempt wa's made a few days since, to as-
sasinate Capt. Partridge, of the Military Acad-
emy, by one of his students, about 16 years
old. While Capt. P. was attempting to ad-
minister some salutary chastisement, the irri-
tated fellow snapped a pistol at him charged
with two balls. Fortunately it. missed fire,
and he was instantly secured. -

KrsosroT, (Upper Canada) Nov. 13. On
Wednesday last the election at Bath conclud-
ed, when the follow ng result was declared :
for BANtwABA BrnwE~a, Esq.* 279-For J.
CnuniC, Esq. 230.-Majority for Bidwell 49.
* This gentleman formerly belonged to AMassa-
chusetts, -where he attained to too much notoriety.

COMMUNICATION S.

WEST-INDIA TRADE.
M Bn. nISSEL.L,
BEING one of many hundreds who have
suffered by the impolitic laws passed, if
not intentionally, in reality, .fr the benefit of
theBritish American Provinces, I rejoice:to
see their policy canvassed in most of the
aSuthern papers, and I 'beg hereby to en-
treat some able writer to take.up the subject
in thle Boston prints.
It is said, that a high official character has
declared that if he had foreseen their effect,
the said laws would not have been passed;
but that national pride would now prevent
their repeal. How unworthy of a great na-
tion are such false and petty feelings. The
effect having proved different from what was
expected, it is the duty of our government to
remedy the evil ere ton late. Look at tihe
deserted wharves.-Look at the ports of
New-London,Newporrt, and went) others.-
The warehouses all closed ; the trucks all
rotting; the people all suffering for want of
employment! How different from 1817! Let
our cry be, no false pride No narrow-mind-
ed policy Let America ptrove herself'truly
great, by the greatness and magnanimity of
her. conduct.
lamn, Sir, most respectfully yours, H. H.

Theatre.-The Opera'* of The Devil's
Bridge" performed on Monday evening, in-
troduced Mr. PaMares, after an absence of
three years from our boards; 'in the character
of CountBElINO, and the warmth of his re-
ception must have convinced him his talents
/ weiefull in the recollection of the Bostonians.
He was hailed on his entire by reiterated
sounds of applause, and nearly every song he
sung was encored. His powers both of act-
ing and singing were in full force, and we
think his lower tones are decidedly more


powerful than when he was last here.
. The same Opera introduced to us Mrs.
HoLx.tL, from the New-York Theatre, and
by permission of its manager to perform dur-
w& Mr. I'iparss' engagement. She is a beau-


tiful and interesting woman, with an admira-
ble voice both in tone and compass, and de-
cidedly the best singing actress we have
seen. Site was brilliantly received ; and her
first song, 0 say not Woman's love is
bought," was encored by acclamation,. t ro
the very great effect of this Opera, t*her.e is no
doubt tS;e Managers will have to congratulate
themselves, and thank Mr. PtuPrrs for the
rare musical treat, lie has prepared fur us
during his short stay.
Another correspondents says, The -Per-
formances of Mr.Pintmipps and Mrs. HoLMAx,
on Monday evening, particularly those of the
Lady, drew forth bursts of applause, and calls
for repetition unheard before on our boards
for many years. They both will appear this
evening, in Love in a Village," and a fsll
and delighted auditory are anticipated."

BOSTON,
WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 5, 1821.

TO-MORROW will be observed as a Day
of Thanksgiving and Praise for the blessings
of the year, throughout this Commonwealth.
The Rev. Mr. EvaInvTT, we learn, will offi-
ciate at the First Church, Chauncy Place.-
Service to begin at il o'clock. '

Business of Congress. We expect to be
able to commence the journal of the Proceed-
ings of the Nation:dl Legislature on Saturday;
and we promise our readers the continuation
of the same exertions ,and labor to furnish
them with a summary and consecutive Jorinal
of all the business uf both Houses (divested of
uninteresting detail of forms) is they have
received in thIe CsNTINs. since the estab-
lishment of the National Govarnment, to-
gether with the Las.vs, Resolves, &c. il ex-'
tenso, and such an outline of all important de-
bates, as our limits will admit.' The JNational
Intelligencer is the source from whence we
have derived the principal part of the mate-
rials of our Summaries, but we have frequent-
ly received additional intelligence from the
Washington Gazette, and other papers in the
vicinity of the capital, and from the letters
of co rresponidents.
Upwards of thirty members of the Senate:
and House of 'Representatives had arrived ii
Washington, on Thursday last,' principally
from the Western States.

U. S. BRIG SPARK.
A letter from a gentleman belonging to
this vessel has been received here, dated
St. Barts, NXov. 3, 182 f,.
We arrived here, after a rather rough
passage, in eighteen days- from Boston, all
well. We expect t sail again in two or three
days. We found here the piratical ship
which robbed the Orleans Packet.-She is
now in possession of the Swedish government.
She came into their possession in the follow-
ing manner :-The crew landed her cargo on
a small island near this, from whence it was
taken by a schooner to St. Thomas's ;-they
then run the ship into Five Island Harbor,
where all the crew, except two men, desert-'
ed her.-The Government hearing of her be-
ing there, sent a guard and took possession
of her, brought her into this harbor, and con.
fined.the two men found in her as pirates.-
It is said, Capt. E.TON has requested the
Governor to allow him to take them to the
United Stakts for trial. This piratical ship
was originally.the U. S. brig Prometheis,
which was condemned two years since, and
was then sold."
A letter from on board- the Hornet, dated
at Cape NMai.e, 31st October, says "The pi-
rate, which we took yesterday mounted tvwo
long four-pounders, and her. crew consisted
of twenty gallows-looking scoundrels'." -Af-
ter the capture thle Hornet spoke three mer-
chant brigs,.which probably would have fallen
into the hands of the pirate ;-and were very
happy at their escape.

Piratical Farts.-Capt. Sisson, from Ha-
vana, reports, ifat seventy of the Pirates be-
longing to_ the vessels captured and destroy-
ed by the Enterprize, have erected two forts i
on Cape Antonio, for their defence. j'f OurI
gallant,officers and soldiers, stationed in the
Southern S 4tes, would rejoice to receive orders
to attack, reduce, and ring to justice, this horde
f buccaneers.

FROM, PORTUGAL.
Lisbon papers to the 17th October have
been received here. They are occupied prin-
cipally with the proceedings of'the'General
and Extraordinary Cortes, then in session
there. Among other acts of this Congress,
on the 29th September, they decreed a new
form of Government and Public Admimnstra-
tion fur the Provinces / of Brazil, which made
the residence of the Prince Royal therein,
unnecessary; and they respectfully make
known to the King', that they have resolved
that the Prince Royal shall speedily return to
Portugal ; and shall, on his arrival, visit, in-
cognito, the Courts and Kingdoms of Spain,
France, and England, accompanied by per-
sons distinguished for learning, virtue, and
attachment to tihe Constitutional System, to
be nominated by His Majesty, in order to ac-
jquire such knowledge as is necessary to him
who will one day occupythe Portuguese*
,throne. .-----
-FURTHER FROM CUBA.-
HAVANA.,Nov. 15. On the 11th the Asia
man of war arrived here from Vera Cruz,
Bringing Generral A'anocA, late Viceroy of
Mexico; and having on board three millions
andan half of dollars in specie, onsaccount of
the Spanish government, and the mei chants
of Cadiz. The Ex-Viceroy is extremely sul-
ky-has treated thIe visiting officers with in-
"-difference, and has'lanled at Gauaanabocoa,
where he remains at present.
. "Yesterday, a corvette from Vera Cruz,
brought another Viceroy of Mexico, Gen.No-
vsa.ax,* by whom it is reported, that the city
of Vera Cruz had declared for Independence,
and that the only place which had not follow-
ed the example was a fort ini the bay garri-
soned by about 100 men.
"The number of the rebel slaves confined
in the Moro is 30, seven of them females.-It
was in the plan of the blacks, in case of suc.-
cess, to have established the government of
Christophe, and the offices of Dukes, Duch-
esses, &c. had already been distributed in
futureo"
There were recently three Viceroys in Me:ico at the
same time u-Apadra, rIionnou, arid Novellt.-'lie tirt
was appointed by tte King or Spain ; the .suieond by the
Co. r s and King,as the successor of the first; a-indi Novelln
was chose Viceroy hv the people of Mteio, sio would
not submit tothe equi;,oeal government'ot oh Dunaju.

Education. The Congress of Coluimbo, has
established by several decrees a System of
Education in the new Republic, by the es-
tablishment and endowment of Prim-arv and


Secondary Schools, and Colleges, similar in
moat respects to that so early adopted, so
'long'continued, and found so highly ..benefi-
cial to New-Engtindd.
The report of a destructive fire in Zanesville, in.
serted in the Ohio papers, turns out to be a lie thb-r
ricatedby a silly boy ia the Post-Office at PtAtnam.


TOWN GOVERNMENT. -
A notification las been iissted for a Town:
Meeting to be held in Faueil-Ilall, on Mon.
day next, at 10 'o'clock, to take into consid-
cration the report of the Committee of the
Town, appointed on the 22d October, to re-
commend a System for the more efficient ad-.
ministration of the Town and County Govern-.
moent."
The report of the Committee has beiin
printed for distribution, and appears to have
been the result of much labor and resemarcht;
and the measures recommended to be adapt-
ed are proposed ins te true spirit of'moderut-
tion andtl patriotism. We have not rerom for.
the entire report, ifit were necessary to 1.ub-
lish what will be so extensively circulatec.- -
But we say, briefly, that the committee re--
port, that application ought to be made by
the town to tile Legislature for the passage
of two acts, the general objects of whichare
embraced in the following Resolves, wlich
the committee recommend should be passed
by the town, at the ensuing meeting :-
Resolved, First, That we approve ofhaving anIalteition
in the government ofthe T'own, by the estabslishmen of a
body of Assistants, to be chosen annually in the ward, asil
whoshall, with the Seleetoes, form the Town Counci and
be charged with thepowers, and subject to iteestrisions,
enumerated in the report made to tine 'Town. the tenti day
of December. And our Senators and Repreentantiyesr .the
Genera Court, are hereby instructed to edavr tooeer
cure the paisageof a' Bill, at the next seusion o'mtll'r Letirli-
tore, to carry this resolve into effect; and the Selec.nt
are hereby authorized to appoint a Committee to p-elrein
Petition and Billfor this pirpr se-. .
Resolved, Second, That we approve of the propo6iiin:
thattihe Town should lfbrii a atiniy by itself.; this th%.
Trvniur'r on' ihe Town should also he tIhe ''rrensu' for-,
the County hat the Court of Sessions iholni be abtilt d, .
sOTdhis.tmier trausier' ed to other bodies; an that a IlAk-
of itagiotrates, to -iTcw" iiTneh Poiece Court ofiostoonrtj l.
paid by salary, shall be established, whb sall have roai .
zai of allcrimnninal and civil ci ens, now brought ref1or
J notice s of tre Peace; ari ndoir Senators and i l)pt'esentr -
tives in ithe General Court) are hereby instru'etertio ne .
deavor toyjroeare the passage of a hill tir these purpooss,
on tie principles, and with the limitations, laid downmi in
the reportsubmitted to the Town their tenthliay of Dceeti-
her, e. '
The Committee propose, that the Boarda.f
Assistants provided in.the first resolve,shonld
be chosen annually in the Wards, at the rate
of one for each 900 inhabitants.-Shbuld the
report be accepted, the Wards will be inti-
tlIed to the follbwving number of Assistaiots,
agreeably to the last Census :-
Wards. Assistants. Lost Fractions,
No. i. 'Three .. -. 58'
No. 2 Three 25'1
No. 3. Three 489
No. 4. Two 228
No. 5. Three 108.
No. 6 Six '- 453
No. 7. Three 512
No. 8. .,'. Two 5- 0
No. 9.* ... Four - 7(04
No. 10. Two 418
No. 11. -.- Five -'576
No. 12. -, Five -.- -857"-

'Forty-one.
There il a mistake in the printed report.-Ward Nq. 9.
has 4304 inhabitant, according to the ceusup. .
Besides the above report, there are tvi'o
other articles in the warrant :-One, the pe-
tition of Richard D. Tucker, and others, on
the expediency of augmenting the Town
Watch, during the winter season; th'e other,
to see if the town will appoint a coimmunittee
with authority to fix the boundary lines be-
tween this town, and the towns of Roxbnry,
Brookline, and Cambridge. The other arti-
bles, we learn, have been added to he wair'
rant. .. :.
Bankrupt Laau.. A meeting bf theAMer-
chants of Salemv was held on. Friday last,
(the Hon. BENJAMIIr PdICKMr.ANs in the chair)
when, after voting to concura with. ihe Meet-
ing held inBoston, on the subject ofthe. e
nactament of a Bankrupt Law by Congress ,
-in order togivie rare ample' security to..the
creditor Ft a bantrarpt, n'nd tm Itnitiyrec ,, '
itmors on an equal footing ; and also to relieve
a very numerous. body of-citizens, from a
distressed and degraded situ.atih, a Clnmit-
tee, consisting of the lion. Bria '.a.cK-
MAN, lHon. NATH. SILSnc.:, 110on. J-i 'G. KiCrn.
,STEPI.EN WHITE, J. E; SPiAGoir, \% it,LtuL
'PEELE, and PtICKEniNG Donoa Esqa. was ap-
pointed to draft a memorial on the-subject,
and to forward the same to Hon. Messrs.
OTIS and BasTow, to be by them presented
to the two Houses of CAgress. '
A Meeting has been lield .on 'the abrve
subject, in JNew.faven, andJudge Mii.s, and
ABRAHAM Bisnor and R.i n LocioooHEsqrs.
appointed a committee to request the Sena-
tors and Representatives in Congress, from
'Connecticut, to use their exertions to pro-
cure the passage of a general Bankrupt Law.

Professor EVERETT gave his second lecture
last evening, in the Ptintheon, Boylston-
square. The subject, the History, Antiqui-
tiea and'Hieroglyphics df Egypt.. The com-
pany was numerous, select and intelligent.
Major Gen. BnowN has almost entirely re-
covered fi;am the stroke of palsy he lately
sustained. Gen. Sco'rTTr is inspectinlg the for-
tifications in Georgia. Col. HNIS A.s has re-
paired to St. Augustine, to hold a C.urt Mar-
tial there, of which hie is Presid.ent.
S Commodore B.xiNUmtnoiB has taien the comn-
'mand of tile Naval Station of. Phiiladelphia.
Mr. WILLIA3s' WAit;, of Cambridge, has
accepted" the invitation-of the Congregation-
al Society in New York, to become their
Pastor.-Salan-3 2000 per annum.-

THANKSGIVIN..
The following calculation of the good
tlrings consume l in Conmecticut on Thanks-
giving Day, 1817, 'was made by .a gentleman
of judgment and information. if such was
the immense bill of fare, in 1817,.iin Connecti-
cut, what must it be in ,l:assachusetts in 821 ?
Bill of Fare ofa Thantksgiting Dinner in Con-
nec'ticut, 1817.
Geese, s0.o DESSERT.
Chiteiin'i 0 5000 Appte 1*i'i .. ... l- Qo.
Ducks, ., S;00o Ohier Pit's 52" O
Beefund Pori. 25,oo000 is & Puddingoh 3 O r
Potnmies, .' 00bu tie g so..0
Turnips,. r4 .ooi Brandv,''- 0' .50
Beets, . 4,000 Gin, ." o. 120
Onions. 5,000 tiun, 1,000
Cht]ese,. .. 10,000 ItIa Cider B lanily,' 505
Appht'Saunce. 12,000 g8 & Whiukey, S 60i
C] amnlerry do. 1,00ooo ,
WVhich wsoud ake 650 bohllds. ofstrainied pumpkin: sl do.
molasses: 4000 lbs. ginger ; 7000 do. alnsplce 805,66 do.
flour ; 43,333 do. ufbutte or lar ; 32 MihhdsI: of milk of 100
gali. each ;.iOOOinutmegs ; so50 tli. cinnamon; 13,500 doz.
'gg--a I which wsueld s righ about 504 tons, and would cost
ahout 114,000 dollars.
T7'hanksgiving Alnusiemeents. We under"
stand that the .ew-.England .Jl'seum will on
To-smorrow Evening afford a rare treat to its
patrons and visitors. ThIe numerous articles
just added, particularly the Mullnsical .Jtn-
droides, will not fail to gratify every auditor.

The contribution taken at the First Uni-
versal Meeting-House on the 'evening of the
25th ult. for the FEMALE SANAHITANr SocIETY'r
amounted to one hnlidred and four dollars and
twenty-eight cents. The discourse delivered on
the occasion by the Rev. Mr. DEAN, which is a
pious incentive to acts of benevolence, has,we
learn,(on their requesting it)been givento the
Society, who have published it and devoted tIhe
proceeds of the sale to the object of the in-
stitution. It is for sale at the office of the


Universalist .i[agazinie. This Society consists
of about fifty Ladies, who, in addition to an-
nual pecuniary contributions, meet monthly
to make clothing for the comfort of indigent
- sick persons, and tojlear the report of their
visiting committee, whose duty.it is to seek
and visit the sick, ascertain their wants, and
bestow relief; and we hope a rapid sale of
the discourse will increase their means of
bestowing comfort to the distressed and help-
icasat this inclement season of the year.


SS&erions accident.-We lean by the papers, 4o G; olden.GroYe, "ithworth, Ltatladsi','Ssptberatt
"i. a,,. X "i .1.; .k "\r '^Ti At t sailed same day for Nice. .Sailed brg Adamanbr Atiigs,
that o n W ed nesday .st, M ir-'- A i.-. yk of th e t fS, G enoa. -t in
theatre, was travelling in the'. ,st Coach From Ve'w- Ym'kJec. 2, norn.ing.
from New York to Philadelphia (where he A pilot boat from .Sandy Hlook reports below-.
had been announced to play that -evebing) ; ships Ge. Brown, Skidldy, Rio Janeiro, 52 das;-
when, bhysom# m isclince, the driver, was :Grandl Turks, Liverpool, long pas age; Giobe
thrown from hIis'.-seat, and the. horses, de- "Betilat 51 ; Elias B rge'r, fi.on S. Thonl' as, dis-
scendin gthe hill near 'the bridge in. rons- Asted ; l'Br. brig Riteno t froma Ndeastle arid
wick at tfull speod, the arriage 'ame i cont lst eveninggBr. packet Prince Ernest,
tact with a post, which dashed it to pieceesand Barron,7weeks from Filnmontlitind 1i'fror Hiali
irijured all the passengers, (six in number )'i SIx with;the Oct. mail. Spoke Nov. 23, lat. 4249,
bU-t Mr. W. the most severely, who had his lon. 7''1, brig Potomtcm,16 days from Matanzas for
left leg broken in two places, one near the Boston. .
knee, and the other near the ane ance. last at,. sloop Mechanic, Hallet, and Phoenix,
letters mentioned, that he was at JBrnimvsic Bu ,,rlosoli .ne. .m, o
ell attended, and as comfortable, as could be '- elot--ship Minerva Eames, o Boston 53 days
..: .m',1 0 fteem Antwerp. Passengers Messrs. J. D. Bates,
expected after so sad an accident. Mr. W 's. .m tons.. Bars o sers u Sailed in co.
family are in England. w' bith brig Oitario of Salemi for India. Left ship
'It is not improbable, that the occurrence of Friendship for Salem unc.; brig Falcon ,fr Got-
file above accident will hasten the departure teiiburg, few days.
of Mr. C. KEMBI.E, from England:to the Unit- so below brig Halcion, 16 days from Turks
ed States. i Island. .
TatMA, the celebrated Frencli tragedian, i Pices at Ne-York-U. S. Bank' Shares 114
has been offeredg25,000 to play three mornihs -a ;-illsois o London 112 sales-Paris 5,t20-Am-
in New-Orleans. Mr. CooP u is engaged to stqv O 40- reig Gold 6-Do s
perform at the above place, the present win- 6 e
ter. BrigSally Barker 36 days from St. Barts for Boston, or.
-- -- ata -Yar-mouth 30th ult.-in going into the port to nmiske a
The keel of a new 44 gun frigate was laid ahnbbor,' she struck inle bar having a pilot on boar'l; no
dansnge wvs expected tothe vessel or cargo, cairssting of
in the Navy-Yard, in Portsmouth, on Satur- about 2o00 Indl. trum. cr
day week last. V' T.SSES L:EFT.
S' 1 I .. At Havana about Nov. 1', Tartar, for.N.' Orleans, 1 or 2
Salem Savin's .Bank.-On the 17th Oct. days ; Magne, Tliru xter, Boston, 10.. ,
last, the amount due to Depositors was AtP0irt ao Prince, Nov. .,brig Alexander, Oliver.of this
* '1A34,409 4.2c.-The deposits are invested peon, f'r Tu'rrks Island; brig Byron Perkins,'of Kenine-
S34-,40 .~ deposbn ae invested uk, disc ; sehis. Uniion-.Mayo, of'Boston, fronm Bait. ; L.t-
,46,817 S7c. in Bank Stock,and $87,599 88c. lie Cherurb, Alhearti,ofdl. far Santa Martha, ; Catharine,
in loans, on interest. Cheever, for this port, 30 ;' ames, Bhmim, of Portsmouth,
S- o for N. Orleans. Brig Agenoria, Mitchell, of Kennebunki
S' .- fur Wllmington,'sailed. dity before.
*.; Michael .'lartin.-There can be no doubt, Atr it. Domingo Ci.', Oct 29, Enterpriihe. of Portland,
forhe eoeist, 8 pr 10 days; Arringedon, 1oitnie, i fSand-
that this individual will be executed at the wi,he, for Blt.2 or 3. Aindn,
time fixed, the 20th inst. and it is hoped no- At Haliftx, Nov. 28, sehs. cherub, sheffield, a days from'
ing w'le published to excite the publi t, retrnin r 3; Pen, ter, from
tiring wi-Il be published So-excite-tile public'do. to sail in 3Or 4 ; Catharine., D1asne, i 5, and "Forrnax,
prejuldices against him. It is said, he is pre- Bradulfrd, in 4 days passage, for Bston, do ; Two Friends,
pared to meet his fate with fortitude, and it Lakin, fiom do. Brig Prince & Edward, Sears, of Dart.
is trusted, wVith penitence; and after he is mori, f accorkunt sailed saine saydin s pih ro hand
dead, it 'will be time enough to 'inform the Two Friends latterr 4 dajs)' ar. 23d Fornax 22d; Catha-
werld what lie was.-We understand that an rne 21St.e in. a S
account of his life is in the course of prepara-- just ar.' Sophronia Dole, B oston. 3; Adeline, of Newbtu-
tion, and will be published in due time, to- r yt aso s s oi, Brideort ay, st.ho a-
Abeig ufr this port, sor 10 dmtys, was at St. Thomas, a-
gether with his trial. bout Nov.3.
The U.S.brig Spark, from this port, was at St. Barts,
MARRIED Nov. 3, to sail next morning. on a cruise.
~MARR D Seh eSarah.Tieoibnr from N..I..]i ,i.. 's- 1i .Srl..
In this town, on 'hursday evening list, by tie Sel. John George, Stevens, ..i ;.. hi...i, 1., Tucks%
Rev.' Mr. Slharp, Mr. Siillman Messer to Miss Island, Nov. 3. ,
Asenath Baker. VESSELS SPOKTS.
On Sunday evening. by the Rev. J. S. J.. G ard- Nor. 13,at. Si, 5. lon. 77, rig Helen, of Boston,frimo
New Orleans, bound to Marseilles. "
ner, IMr. James Fullick to Mrs. Surah Coopeer Nov. 24, off Itloek Island, sch. Mary Ann, of Boston.
Last evening, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. F.'ed- Lon. 59,shipChiampion,4da3sfrom-this port.
erick Ladd, merchant, to Miss Maria Thayer. Nov. 22, off Cape Hatteras, brig Fenwick, of Holmes'
In Charlestown, by the Rev. Mr. Turner, Mr. Hoe. u t W. off Montauga sloop from
Thomas b. Parker to Miss Dianna Carpenter. I,.ioi.uc, i.,, Cl, .'irloT... -
In Salem, Mr. David Allen to Miss Hannah .r,. 8. FO it.b.,S. ut Sqndty-Hook, sch.Sally, from.
West.--Mr. William H lHoneycombi to 'Miss Ysrcr..uit I ...r PhI.l.. ihaing lost a man ,overboard night
* Martha Richards.--Mr. Robert Trofater to Miss be e., bri ne, 17 d from Bah
Nov. 7. lat. 27, Ion. 63, 30, brig Jalne, 17"du.ys from Bath
Sarah Lamson. for Mart.
In Billeriea, Capt. John Bowlind, of that, place, Nov. 24. lt. 39, Ion. 70, brig Elizi. of .Newbunryport, fr.
to Miss Louisa Bradley, daughter of Mr. Joseph Trinity fi n this port-eaptain (Russell.) dead.anl thie Ves-
B. late-nfthis o wn sel leaking badly, the magic and crew wvished to be talen off,
ownsoand the sell. Woolwich, may by her two days, but the weath-
In Nantucneket, Mr. George lM. Bunker to Miss erwas snch that she could notget ilem on board, and lust
Abby Holmes. of Barnstable.. sight lioherin the night, lying to, i a gale, lat. 40.
In Strn'bridge, Mr. Colutnbus Rice.of Brook- Nov.7,1at. 38, Ion. 66, 30, sch. Paragon, hencefor St.
field, to Miss Experience Turner, laughter of Rev. Nov. 12, lat. 42, 22, lon.49, 29, brig Eliza Haily, from
Efdward Turner, 9f Ci'arlestowu Palerno, inst from Gibriltnr, 44 days outI, fnr Boston.
In Plymouth, on Sunday evening last, by the Nov. 21. lat. 37, Ion. 72,25, sch. Traveller, 10 days from
Rev. Mr. Kendall, Joseph Bartlett, 2d, Esq. to Marblehlead for Savannah.
issLe y De i'. .. Tybtce Light WSW. 35 lea. brig Orion, of Kennebunk,
Miss Lucy Deer. 20days from Turks Island.
In Charleston, S. C. Mr. Benjamin I. Htowland, Nov.23, oftP'flitteras, sloop Hisper.lo days out.
merchant of that place, to Miss .Hannah Clark, -
both formerly of this town." Ai 'r. atHavana llth ult. brig< Fox. Fraser, Montevideo,
48 days; Dispatch, Urasnn, Boston, 15 ; seh,. Ceres, At-
Sk*Mainl, 23days, and Elizabetlh Lapham, 22 days, hoth from
DIED. Bosinr-r13tlhslip vtlli mmPedriek, Liverpaor. 0olays.
In this town, on Saturday last, Mrs. Jarne'Wheel- Ar. at Havana.Sth, U. S. sch. Tartar, from a cruize.
cr, aged 70, wife of Mis. Thomas Wheelcr. inlh, brigs Fox, Monte Video, 48 ; Dispatch, Boston, 15;
SSunday evieg last, Ms's. Rebecca Leeds, aebsc.EtizabethrtLapham, do. 22; Cres, Atkins, do..25;
Onu Su nld-av evening last, Mrs. Rebeeca Leeds, ch IlBlie, na10;TJubileeHil l, iTr-^ '.9 1: 2f;
Swile of MId. Philip Thayer. Brityol vide 13ci, ship William, (of Marblehead.) iver-
On'.londay morning, after a short but distress- 6.ol.70. Sa d,9i. brig Atlas, Rotterdam ; sch. Zealous,
ing thess, M '. Reuben Snow, aged '21. ;inanders, Mutrie No mention made of the Spark.]
C. h -;rlfl,..i,, ,6n FridayI last, Mary Frances, Ar. utovana ov. 6. Otter, R.Island, 13; Wm.&E-
Si~ .n' r "m 6 'i y lst, '- F ces m 271.eliu, Bath, 7 rothmers, W5 arren, 30.
.:.1'- i.. i,, ,il months, youngest child oft Mr. rThe' Hamilton, reenough, which sailed from Potts-
James Bryant.--On..Monnday, Mrs. Hannrph Drew. mouth Jan. 12. na.,it. Batavia June 12.
1 .l i ,1 C 11.,iL 1. -ud ie-B tt-S 'i...s II.. ..I'- -Brig Lp.' or'vailintu ordersat Cowes, Oct.16. ,,
Uon-tret--ruA sfds ansl relations are requested i i nspori) Labrilor. 23., Ship MsrN, Smiti. fcr.
to attei;d without ia more partlicutlar invitation. Sumn'ra.,ianth 0O(avs from i autavna, cr. Oct.I 16.
In Brookline, ciidilenlys' oil nWcdn-sday, 28th .Br:ig S litann. Bradshaw, of this portfmin Giraltar, ar.
NV. Capt. Jona ltin' Jackson, jun. aged '. 's lSan. iiceded for Smyrna St. D
In Cambri lgepormt.v yesterday Mr. Lukey Mason, City. .
aged 35Q ears. funeral from his late Dwelling- Tihe THamilton, Greenougih, which sailed' from Ports.
louse, (-'nnal-street, on Friday next, at 2 o'clock, mO th. an. 2,ar.o r Bat-via tjune.12.
P. t' u f t n ar reuse t *s- Seb.' Freeriasori, Perry, for N. Orleans, el.at Halifax
P. IM-friendts oft laofamily are requested to sit- previouistoNor B .
tend without further invitation.. Soh.Mars, Crahrree, of Frenchman's Bay, from Philad.
In Needhamn, on Friday last, a stranger who hi ars .q n Bermidal. I
called bis name Holden, to appearance a mariner, 'oct. seanpi'e hi.n of 'rovulze, sai'end ro St.Thomnas
ni Gaboonl 50ennf e Iksonof Proviene, for St.Bomiun-
a n :A b e.ut0 s P`qfage. g go. and Maine, of Bristol, (M.) for P. Kico, sailcdabout 3d
Inl Braintree,Mr. Ebenezer Penoniman, aged 90. Nov. -
-Mr's. Rebeccah, consort of the lion. Roger Brig Hope, Hateah, from Cadiz, via St. Thomas, has sarr.
Vnsas. an' of .,n. H at Havana.


III Salemn, Mr. Sirmeon Hill, aged 40.-Mr.'
Isanc Perkins. aged 68.-Mrs. Silence Fisher, re-
lict ot'Rev. Nathaniel F. aged 71.
In Newburyport, Mr. Thomas' Hervey, aged
7 .-His death was sudden-he and his- wife hal
spent thie evening of Thursday last at the house of
one if their' sus, in usual health. On their yre-
turn lie observed to In issuwife tht he felt ill ; when
he immediately fell backwards and expired with-
out a struggle or a groan.
In Scituate, 24th ult, after a blng and distressing
illness, Mrs. Lydia, wife of Mr. John Otis, aged 42.
In Dartmouth, Mr. Edmund Maxfield, aged 85.
In Hillsborough, 14. H.' Mr. Walter Pollard,
aged 3o0.
In Tiaunton, Mr. Moses Caswell, aged 88.
In Providence, R. I. on the 11th ult. Mrs. Mercy
D. Adams, consort of lhe Rev. Jasper Adams,
Professor of Mathenmaies and Natural Philosophy
in Browu University, and daughter of iapt. Lewis
VnWheeler, of Med\ayv.
In Buffalo, N. Y. Doct. Daniel Chapin, aged 61.
Tn Shelbyville, Ken. 'Thnmns Allen, Esq.
In: Mobile, Mr. Andrew Jackson Neet, of this
town, ngedi 22.
In St. Andrea's, N. B. HIon. Robert Pagan,
aged 75.
At Baiavia, Mr. M. HIibbins anid Mr. Mark Pit-
nian, of ship Hamilton. On the poasuge of the
H 1anil0tn to Batatvina, five days out, Mr. Jnames
PunI, 'seaman, was lost overboard and drowned.

SHIPPING JOURNAL.
PORT'i 01" flBOSTO'---1ii.
SATURDAr, Dec. I-Arrived brigs Ohio, Turner, Lis
bion, 4.1; Eliza, Berry. Malaga, 65; Favorite, Hartt,
COWes, 45 ; schs. St. Croix, lnrooks, Emastprnt, 3 ; AMadera
PaclketlFosttr, s:litlax, 2 Elizabeth o & Jane, Cernm, I-
mani, St. Domingo. 39 ; Pilgrim, Soule, Haslitax, 6 ; sloop
Sabine, Howes, N. York.
Also'sih. Welcome return, Taylor. Fredericksburg, via
Cliahahan. ..
Cleared-tnrigs JoT-ie, Ellis, St. John, N. B.; Rebeccan,
Tower; Philad. ; sels. I'llienda. Damnmi. atanzas ; Ai,
fredt Nickerson, Sav'annrhil; Itebecca & Polly, Snow do. ;
'Three Sisters, Damon, Fredericksburg ; olly Ryder,
Mayo. Warren. n.. I.; sloopIs Susan, Rogers, Savaunnh ;
Emtpress, Nnntuckl t.
. SUNDAr, Dce. 2.-Arrived srhs.'Woolwich, Trott, Aux.
Caies, 32; Ilis. States, Haskell, ;.astport; Eliza Ann, Jor-
dan, amid .argaret, Bradford, do.
MO'tAr^, Dec. 3 -Arrived, ship Charles, Cuftinf, Ia",
ore, 78, in nhaIlast ; soIs. Aurora.l Thather, Et. Jonins. P.n"
32; Mary and Betsey, IHowes, N, Yonk ; Trhreu lnrothers,
Gorhqim, Weleome 'Return, Hall ; and Lucy. Howes ; all
of' Dtennis, from N'. York ; Heetor, Snow, Phila. And New
Yoik ; slooi 'I'oaleanitn. Wheeler, Stratford ; Sally. Hall,
Hartford ; Get. WashingtOr., Swain, nnd Experimnent,
Had-n, Nontucket;'" Polly, Plymouth; Jones iHale, and.
Packet, Pon laiud a; tiarriet. I lyn'mutu ; Po y,M larbIehead.
Cleared-Ships Admittance." Upton. lbr Bourlbni and a
market ;' Mary-Catharinie, Pace, tCharleston ; brigs Elk,
WiThelwright, Gibraltar and a maikcet ; Planter, L.aplam,
Matanuza ; Laurel, Haskell, Lubec ; rstlrs. Favorite Rug-
ers, St. Jago ; Volant, Greenlaw, St. Andrews ; Indepeni-
densce, Hynes, lLubec ; Trne Amnercan, Castine ; Lewis,
Sears, Warren. B. I.; sloopi Votary, 'ortland ; Packet,
Kenniebhnk; Betsey, Gloucester.
''7.rESnD.i, Dec. 4-Arrived, schs. Sally.
Johnson, Xastport, 53 days ; 'Fortune, Toppan,
Newburyport.
Also ar. sehs. Prince & G-oves. Glover, Lisbon,
via Belfast; Lorentzo, Mitcicell, Portsmouth.
.mso ar. sloops Pollv,Tibbets, Salem.
Cleoaret--Shlips I.'l;, Scott, N. W. Caast, by
Boardnuin & Pope ; Massachuletts, Mellus,
Cluarlestori ; brigs Orion, Smith, Charleston ; A-
tleline, Atwocd, Savannah, )y .. WVlitney; schs.
Nonpareil,. Bacon, Matanzos, by J. A. Ila-ei ;
George, Southworlmth, Halifax, by J. Winslowb e
Co.; H'itta Franklin, Young, Aux Cayes ; fip-
sey, Folger, St. 'Johuns, E. F. by J. P. 'Rice'; Ca-
th-rine, Singer, Thonmaston ; Allen, Stanyood,
Philnadelpllhia.
Soiled fi'rmGibraltar., 10th Oct. sch. Cuba, Barnes. for
Legliorn. 13th ar. brig Lawrencuce, Nevell, Philadollihia,


Sailed from Newburyport, brig Two Brothers, Esmp;
sc.s. nleb, Jaques; Roseway, Cook. all for West Indies.
Cl. at Salem sch. Peti el, Leach, W. Indies.
HOLMES' HOLE, Dee. I--Arrived lntig Aeores. Nich-
Ols, 6 days from Pleasant River. lir NewYork.' Camine over
thli Slouls last night in ihe stormnl sn itrnek sever I times.
which causedil the brig to leak very bd.ur. The Iak has
since decreased so muoch that she will proeee'thte first fair
opportunity.-Alstaarrived selh, Penguin, Nohle. 10 days fr.
Alex ndrit. ot nlnd for Salem ; sell. Virginia Paeket, La
tourette, ofNewYork,56 days from Cette, France, and 45
from Gibraltar, cargo salt and wine, to J & B. Welles, of
Boston. Nov. 9, Int. 42, 6. Ion. 45,47, spoke brig Gover-
nor, Calef, 37 days frnm Rotterdam for Boston.--Sailed,
brig Azores, for NewTYork. Reainin in port, Dcc- 2d, brig
Richmonid, Webb, for Boston ; schs. Ann. Webb, do.; Dil-
phn.. Higgins, do. ; American Hero, French, do.; Deca-
tur, Cushing, do. ; Join Allen, Winsor, dto.; Beoj. Frank-
lin. Foater. do. ; Catharine, Cook, do. ; T'allter, Babcock,
Salemi; Emerald, Babson, Portland ; Virginia Packet,
Latourente, Boston; 'Penguin, Noble. Salemr ; sloops Ex-
press, Johnson, Portland ; Burrows, Simmtons. Boston.
Arr.at New York,Dec. 1, sloop Fame, Huisey. Nantuck-.
et, 7.
Arr. at Baltimore, 29th nit. seobs. Levant, Griffibh, Bos-
ton ; Ocean, Dean. do. ; Decatur. Bucksport.
Arr. at Philadelphia, 1stinit. sloop Union, tarnnard, 41ds.
frontn Nantucket. Cl. ship Rebecca Sims, Brutor, liver-
pool. Ileluws brig Susan. Moore;30 dats from ,:t.3Jago.
NORFOLK, Nov. 24-t rived seh. Mtary. Stewart,(late
Corrai, wiho died Ist iat.') Saanna (east ed of St. Doniin-
go) 27 days ; stoop Globe, Colei, New Iledfind. 6. 25th,
Sr. brig Coliimihus,Marbn'y,St.Jago,Cuba,2-8 in Hump-
ton Itoads brig GaIlego, Snow, 9 days from Boston for
Riclhnmond.

NE W CHARTS.
UST received, and tforsae by DAVID FELT,
Stationer, Chart, Nautical Btookseller and pat-
e'rt Blank Book Manufacturer, 63, State-strect,
th6 flollowihg
CItJRTS:
A NEW CHART, extending t'rom New-York
to IHavana, including '.'anhmn Baniks and Chan-
nels, improved by actual Surveys andi Plans of
llhrboirs, surveyed by order of the United States
Navy Dep.irtinieit, 1820.
Do. of the Mistisippi River, extending to New-
Orleans, including. Mobile, bKe. with ailing Di-
rections, anid Plan of Mobile, on a large scale,
from actual survey.
Do. of [ahanma bank, from actual Survey, made in
Sloop Orbit, in 18-20, with Sailing Di'l'ections.
D1o. from New-York to Nova-Scotia, extending
from latitudd -38 N. to latitude 470 N. longi-
tude 680 W. to longitude 740 W. including thie
whole of'S. George's Bank, improved to Au-
gust, 1821I, by government and other butiveys,
by which the latitude oft South shoul of lati-
tucket was ibuitil 2'1 wro'lg, and is here, for the
first time published correct. ,
Do. ctihe Atlantic or Westernl Ocean, improved
to 1820, with iin Analysis of thle autrities up-
on which thIe dangers have been inserted on
the Chart. The Tracks extend to the Equator
iand mare continued on the Chart of the South At-
lantic Ocea;. 't'his is the only general Llhart
extanit which has the latitude ot'f the South Shoal
of Nantucket within I2 miles correct.
Do. of the South Atlantic Ocean, continuing more
iutlhienitic information, than anry extant, part of
which deseritbes diangerslately discovered, within
original Plamns of larbors and Views.
Do. of the Nurth Coast of lrazil, showing the en-,
trances and courses ot the Rivers Para and Ama-
zon.
Do. of the West Indies, on four sheets, whiih mnay
be hill separate.
Do. of the Coast of Guayana.
Do. of the Coast of Brazil.
Do. of thie hlnd oft Bermudas, with Sailing Di-
rections on the Chart.
Do. of Long Island Sound, iinmproved to 1821.
Do. of thie Coast of Labrador.
Do ot' Nowoundland.
Also, lrowditch's Practical Navigator,'ith edition,
stereotyped ; Blunt's American Loast Pilot ; Nau-
tieal Almanacs to I S'4, &s. bec. isti deo 5


TrOT E. ... ... "..
LL those c u6 i t ar. opposed to the -
A passage ct .l-. n Lr,t Lsawby
the Congress O'fthl Un t-d eri -equ t.
ted to meet, at Cor.cer' II.ll, r.n Frid., r-.
ning, the 7ith uist .t 7 clock, un hhuihe
of importance. '. dec 5.

- Notice to Navy Penislio0ers.
A N Act off' .".' ', a'pprl'v l ie tlhid lf.r
J' March, 9, I quiress. that. an,.emination
'shall lie hid, biennially,, of all Invalid-Pensioners
of the United States, eceloi in cases in which the
lensi.n had been originalytv grated forn total dis-
ability, in consequence- of i', loss of a limb, or
other cause, which cannot, either in whole or in
part, hbe removed. -.:
" Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that each per.
son, disabled in the public or private artmedvessels
of the United States, to whom a Pension has been
granted, must, beltie 'be'first da3 of Januarty IS2?,
arid hienrnially afierwa ads, submit hiiinsiltf 'Itt
examination of two Surgeons or Phl)ysaicians, il,.e
of the Nivy to be preferred, whose Affidavit, sat-.
ing the result of the examination, -together with
the Pension Certificate, must be transmiitted in
ine time to the ?avy Department, to enable thl
Secretary of the Navy to determine the proportion
of pension proper to be allowed.
N. B.-Pensioners should apply at the Pension
Office as soon as possible, with their' Pension Cer-
tificatts, orhere two Surgeoss of thet Navy j nll ,It-
teid from 11 to 12 o'clock, A. M. each day, to ex-
amine lienm. An early application is idispensalble;
if they wish to obtain their semi-inriuiil paynenst
on the first Januar'y ensuing.
SPen-sion Office,
lran'ch Bank. flostmn, lec. 5, 1821.

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Literairy Notice.
WELLS .& LILLY,
TrAVE tin press, od will ,publish on: Satunrdala.-;'
J r. next-A LETTER to W. H. L'CtAWol5D1M
Esqr. Secretary of the Treasury, on'ithe establish,
meant ofa unitorm System of Blankruptcv ..
They will publish on rFriday iext-:'VALERI-
US, a Roman Story. dee 5
FRENCH LANGUAGE'.
Day and Evening School.
I-HARLES VICAT, informs his 'friends and
the public, that he has now 'th+ee different
Classes for the instruction of the French Language.
O.e every day itn ile oeek, from 11 til.t o'clock.
One on the evenings-of M6ndav,WVeidnesdav and'
Friday, irom 5 until 7, for' lyounY Gentlemen-
the other on the evenings of Tuesd'a, Thursday,
and Saturday, from halt'past 6, until half past'S,
for Gentlemen. Mr. Vicat will give private' Iea-
sons during this season in towvh, and also to Acatide-
mies out rf town. 'Translations I'em the French
into English or if'rom English into French done at
a'y time. Inquire at'his Study, Court-squ.arq e-M
door on'thie right land. dec 5

PENMANSHIP. -f
R. SMITH respectfully informs th, nlrl.L;-
S1. I '.mrs of Boston, that he 'intends.girin" .
course of private Lessors in Penrnianship, at their
houses, should a number immediately apply.-.
Terms made known at his tiqooms,.No. 5, ( u nl.ill,
entrance in Water-street. di-c 5

DOCT. GOSS
-NFORMS his friends and the public, that he
_has taken' rooms.with Doct.-:Stevens,, No.'68,
Prince-street, wheae heiproposes to upen a School
on the first of i Mrcih ext, tc instruct such S.tiu-
deits as ma-y wish to attend, in the branches of
13utany, Surgery, &e. 'Fot further particulars,
call upoln Doet. Stevens, of whom Medicines Can
be obtaincrl lor all cases. dec 5

N OTICE is hereby 'given, that the
-' subscribier has been duly appointed execulrix.
to the last will and testament of .
JACOB SHUTE,
late of Malden, in the, county of .,lidihlesex, yeo-
.man, deceased, testate; and las 'taken upon
herself that trust by giving bonds-is tlhe-law di-
rects. All persons Imniing demands.upon thie es-
rate of the said deceased, ari required to exhibit
the same; and all persons indebAed lo tile said es-
tate., are called upiorrto make pnav'ent to
NANCY SH U I'E, E_.x'x.
Mialden VNovemberi24, 1821.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber has been duly appoirnted adminis-
trator on the estate of
ELIS1IA. Tl-WING, .
late of Newton, in the county otf-Middle'sex, yeo
man, deceased, interstate, and lias taken upo'i him.
sell'.that rust, by giving bonds as te law direets.-
All pers,.ns having demands upon thie estate of the
said deceased, are required to exhibit tlie same ;
anild ail pel sons indeglted to thie said estate, are cal-
led upon to make payment to'
EBENEZER WHITE, AdMe'r.
.Aetrton, X."ov. 13. l8a1.

N OTICE is hereby given, that the
asubthscribers hias beenti dtluiy appointed executor
to the last will and testament of -.'
S EDMUtND FOWLE,
late of VWatertown, in tihe county'of Middlesex,
reirman,dece;sed,testate,and havetakem upon tlem-
seives that tru-t by giving btuds a .tlhe law.directs.
All persons having demands-upon thie estate of said
deceased, are required to exhibit tihe same; and all
persons indebted to the said estate, are called upon
to make pays.ent to
JOS. P. BRAULEE, ?Ex're.
MARSHALS. FOWLE,. "
I'atertaion, December4, 1821.

N TOTICE is hereby given,'that-the
subscriber has been dity appointed executor
to the last will and testament of .
JOSEPH DANIELS, I
late of Sherburne. it; thie county of Middlesex,
yeoman, deceased, estate, .and has taken npon
himself that trust by givsen'bonds as the law di-
rects. All persons lavi'g demands upion the es-
tate of tie siud deceased, are required tu exhibit
the same; and all persons indebted to thie said es-
tate, are called upon to nmake paymentrto
SIMON H; .MASiN, J~x'r.
Shierburne, D'cembris 4,1821.
NTOTICE is hiereby given, that the
subscribers have been duly appointed admin-
trator to the estate of
S JAMES M. POLLARD,
late of Charlestown, ii the coioty ot: Middlesex,
mariner, deceased, testate, and hns tiiken upon
lirnsI'lf that trust by giving bonds as the law di-
'rects. All persons having demands upon the estate
of the said deceased, are required to" exhibit the


same; and all persons indebted in siid estate, are
called upon to make psaynett to -
Fr ANCIS ADAMS, .Adinr.
Charlesioim, December 4, 1I81.
TO BR E E'r,
T WO lower Rooms and sevet'al Chambers in
Uninstreet'." 'nu'uirt at No,>. 68, Corntiill.
u a 5 .











ti;-. a~


For ce or any port i n the Mediter-

'.Thehib'r MARY, E.Hullen, mas-
tes, 84 tons, "nearly a new and first rate
v sel,will take Freigl lotor Nice,or any
* 'Hirtriin the south of Eirope. A pply to
.iS :,E'bm POPE, andl TlOS. T-IAX-
TER,oi' BAKER & HODGsES. epistf oct 24

,Taines River" and Kentucky Tobacco,
^ "' Cotton, &dr .
OLIVER, BORLAND & ABBOT,
IAVEFitON SLi, CENTR .W RF,
15 hhds. James River Tobacco, of good quality,
100 hhds. long leal'Kentdcky Tobaceo,
138 bales Alabama Cutton. '
500 kegs Manufactured Tobacco, various qnall-
ties, sinme old and prime,
300 bbls. 'No. 2 Mackerel,
50 half bbls. No. 1 do.,
50 bbils. Alexandria fine Flour, old,
200 pounds Turkey Opium, of fist quality,
30 boxes White \WVax Candles; dec 5
MERI.NO WOOL.
OR sn'e, 4(0 Ibs. full blooded Merino WOOL,
or mainuifactuied upon shares. Apply to
STEDI)AN WILLIAMS, Roxbiry, or to JOilN
T. & M. WILLIAMS Washington-street, Bos-
ton. 6sp dec 5
WOOL. ,c.
S IPA.NISH MerinN WOOL; Sumatra Pepper;
Russia Sheet Iron ; do. fellow Candle Tal-
los'. Apply to JOHN HOOPER, Nk., 41, India.
wharf.' epistf dec 5
Cadiz Olives and Dutn Fish.
'l{l\JAtiS Cadiz OLIVES; '20 quintalh
l0 1 'DUN FISH" with a general ss'rtment
of best GROCERIES-for sale by MEAD &,
TUCKP,RMAN, Np. 4, Market-square, south
of ran"uil-Hal.3 dec 5

Juliper Berries, MIfeal. Herring, .*'c.
CH3ILD & DANA, 'No. 2, India-street, have
for salo-a few bbls. Juniper Berries,
50 do. Corn Kiln dried Metl,
1B0 firkins and kegs Butter,
500 Soulli'AmeLican Cow slides,
2000 gatllns first quality Vinegar,
.Ar imvoice of Ea1tern Herring,
50 bbls. Carthouse red Appl's. dec 5
Exchange on Philadelphia.
1XCH NGE on Philapelphia, at sight-for sale
.j by. BAKER & H'IODGES, No. 30, India-
street; dee 5
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
I'TAVEforsale-400 boxes Brown Sugars; 1000
jl pieces Russia Sheetigs; 100 (it-. casks dry
weet Malaga Wine; Olive and Palm Oil; Mar-
ble Slabs. dc 5

BAKER & HODGES,
.Vo."30, JNDI._.ST RpE'1T,
I AVE for sale, just received per, brig Packet,
entitled to debenture,'
80 pIties 4th proof Marseilles B.'and*,
98 casks aind. 115 boxes Claret Wine,"
100 boxes double boiled blue Soap,
LLanding from sch'r Actress,
200 Sheep Skins. in the Wool ; 122 Ox Hides.
S. From sloop Polly,
4.40 pO. Russia Sail Cloth;. S -a.les Russia Linens,
144 bags Cocoa. ee 5
WILLIAM LAWRENCE,
I AS received by the Triton, Mount-Vernon,
Milo,Falcon and SRuffolk--159 packages of
BRITISH GOODS,
which are qfered n)r sale, by the package or
piece, at No.'45, Market-street. .,
sept 19 epis6w
WILLIAM EAGER,
A'.o. .18. CEJR.I L-WHARF,
TTAS, for sale--14,0000 lbs. best English Card
'Wire, No. SO to 33,
tOO boxes Cotton and Wnoo! Cards,
10,000 pairs Shoes, suitable fur Southern market,
1,000 boxes No. 1 and 2 Soaip,
,-. casks Madeira Wine. Smis July 25
SVIRGII.j COALS.
CHALDRON' Virginia Coals, landed
and tor sale as received by AARON;
Front-street lwis3w nov 17
10 ,O SBRISTLES.
ASH (O0 cenas pei pond) will be given, for
A first quality HOGS BRSTLES, at LANE
ati'INEWELL's, -Dock-sq.
5'.Shoe makers' Bristles bar sale as above.
nov I,8 .ll`212.s
S '. 0 CO-TTO,'.-
jg- Eh BALES prime Georgia Upland COT-
l TONi'-for saleb. BENJAMIN F. B,
1ITCHELL & CO, No. 34, Central-wharf.
ct Sis


Long's Philadelphia Rye Coffee.
BBLS.received direct from. Mr. Lsgn ,war-
J1p ranted of first quality, and from' hom a
regular supply is to be received and sold on good
terms, by JAMES MEANS, No. 19,India-street
Aslo-For sale as above, 6 boxes Rock Candy.
anug 2 epis2m
Cotton, Tobacco. Flour, etc.
SOR. sale, by OLIVER, BORLAND &i AB-
SBOT. o. 2l, Central-wharf,
135 bales Cotton, received from New-Orleans,
part of it of very good quality.
100 hhds. prime long leaf Keittucky Tobacco,
20 do. do. Virginirt Tobacco,
600 kegs Ri Imond manufactured Tobacco, vai'i-
ous brands, old and of superiorquality, -
100 bilbs Richmond City Mills Flour, Galle-
go" brand,, -
100 bl1ls. Richmond and Alexandria fine Flour,
150' dou. Petersburg middlings do.
100 casks choice old Lisbon Wine,
A few boxes white Wax and Wax Ca'ndles.
nrov17 Sis '
Copartnership Forned.
Il2lIE subscribers having formed a connexion in
business under the firm If
PAYSON & NURSE,
Offer for sale, at No.. 3, Union-street, an extensive
assortment of
SHIARD WARE AND CUTLERY,
received by the latest arrivals from Liverpool,
-which will be sold on the most favorable terms for
cash or credit. -. EDWARD PAYSON,
GILBERT NURtSE.-
SBostn, October 13; 18S1. 2spis--tis- oct 13

JOHN P. PAYSON
O-FFEIRS his services for the transaction of
F general, COMMISSION BUSINESS, at
No.9, eIrdia-stredt.
As Agentt'or THOMAs R. PAT'so5 Commission
Merchant, New Orleans, he will make advances
on consignments, transact all-business with, tre-
ecive Goods for, and ship them to that I'aoase with-
out charge. -. Reference ta
,lesssrs, John Pratt It Son, "
Henry G. Rice, Esq.
lMessrs. French k: Tucker, >-Boston,
Jesse Putnam, Esq. I
Thos. Brewer, Esq. J
Messrs. Grantbk Stone, Philoadeiphia,
Hall ks Marean, Baltimore,
John H. Ladd & Co. Alexandria.
sept 19 epistlm
Hard fWood Framed Slates.
DAVID FELT,
pr6 63, ST2'ATE-STREFT,
"jAS just received and offers for sale-14 eases
best English Hard Wood Framed SLATES 1assort-
ed sizes. Also--2 cases Log Sliate. epistf. n 3

A. & A. LAWReNCE,
A o. '15, AM RKET-STPREE
TTAVE received by the Triton, Mount Vernon
ant a .MAilo-151 'packages of. WOOLLEN
ROODS, comprising a complete assortment,
jAlso, a consignment of 6> packages fresh Goods,
entitled to debeuture, consisting of
Broadcloths, : 'Point Blankets,
CAshineresi, Bockings and
-Blue Plains, Broad blik. Bombazeens,
Sbelinsan eotiie'snportation, for the West'Indies
nd aNorth West Coast. epistmr sip I.


Copartnership Formed.
T HE subscribers have formed a connexion for the
Purpose of transacting Commission Business,
under the firm of
HENSHAW & FARNHAM,
and have taken the large and convenient Store No.
31, Idia-wharl; lately occupied by Messrs. Cabot
& Perkins, where lliey offer their services to their
friends an the pulilic,. and solicit consignments of
Merchaudize in general, on which cash will be ad-
vanced when requested. Refer to
FnacisW WLNur, E.I q. }e", 5
Mlessrs. PICK.tAN RoevRs & Co. Bostoi.
VW.sI. SAWDit, Esq. .
JOS. B. HENSHAW,
DANIEL FARNHAM.
They offer For Sule,
80 casks new Rice; 15 casks Olive Oil,
8 bales Cinnamon ; 160 bbls. No. I and 2 Beef,
120 bbls. N.N. E. Run. dec 5
RUSSIA GOODS, &e-
A. CUNNINGHAM, JUN.
T NO. 1l, LONG' W .HARF,
l1A3 FOR SALE,
100 bolts 1st quality Russia Sail Cloth,
500 lbs. Okitka white Bristles,
1000 do. St. Petersburg 1st quality do.
1000 do. do. mixed do.
200 ido.n do. 2d quality do.
500 grey I[are Skins,
2000 Hs.'first quality Glue,
120,000 Raw Quills, fur Manufacturers,
4 hhds. fine yellow Maryland Tobacco.
dec 5 4t
CROCKERY .ANvD GLASS WARE.
ISAAC H. PARKER,
S 'sVo.; 8, CEX i'RIL.STREET,
1A3 for sale, received by the Jesse, from Liv-
erpool-69 pacltagesof FARTH AN WARE, cn.-
sisting of Blue printed, Edged .and C. C. Plates,
l'willers tnd Muffins. Mugs, lugs, Bowls, Cham-
bers, Teas, Dishes, Nappies, Printed and P.iiuned
Tea Ware, and assorted crates, ordered for the
country trade.
.Aso--a good assortment of GLASS WARE, on
favorable terms. dec 5
FRESH 'GOOD.

S. H. BABCCK & CO.:
No. 19, .DOCK-SQUjTARE,"
CORNER OP EXCHAN',G-Sl'rltFt'T,
AVE received per the Mount Vernon-70
packages
Woollen and Cotton Goods,
comprising a general assortment, calculated for
the aprnroaehlig season, at wliolesale and retail, on
reasonable terms. Smis sept
BOLTIANG CLOTHS.
W 'ARIID WHITE, in the new Block, Kilby-
street, have on hand an extensive assort-
ment Dutch Bolting Cloths. The former custom-
ersof B. F. White, for this article, can always be
supplied with ainy quantity, at the lowest prices.
oct 6 epis3w
BUFFA1iO RO1ES. ,
JUST received by WM. LINCOLN, No. 2,
Old State House-Buffalo Robes, of the best
quality forsale by the bale or single ; Men's ands
Boys Fur Caps and Gloves. is2m oct 20 .
WFORSTED HOSIERY, &c.
H ENRY CUTTER &,CO. have received, per
London Packet, two cases containing a large
assortment of Worsted Hosiery ; one trunk Beaver,
Beck, and Doe Skin Glov ladiesdies' Beaver and
CLirieriek do. Also, two bales Londoi superfine
Broadcloths, which they offer for saleat their Store,
corner of State-street. Is oct 10

WOOLLE3 GOODS.
TAMES SHEPIIERI) & CO.have 'uist receive.
ed from their Manufactory-a fresh supply of
BROADCLOTHS of'various'discriptions, which
they offer for sale by the bale or piece only, at No.
6, Congress-siuare. epislm sept 8
CAjYTO SILKS.
-TINE cases- black Sinchlaws ; Sartnets; F.lo-
Sreutines ; Naukin sandsa Cautt Crapes, and
hiek'Silk Idkfs. will be opened 'his morning, rand
be sold at a small advance for Cash ; together with:
it haindome assortment of French and Enelishl
Goods for cash or approved credit by BENJA-
MIN M UZZEY, No. 69, Cornhill. '
6is i oet 3
Super,. black Italian Sewing Slk.


LEWIS C. MAN SON,
HAo. 49, CORJltILL,
AS just opened for sale49, OR ILL,
1 ease super. black Italian Sewings,
I do. Cassimere Shawls, with borders,
I do. do. do. plain,
Black -Bombazines; do. Levantines; do. Sin-
chaws; do. Sarsnetts ; black Nankin Crapes--to-
gether with a general assortment of EUROPEAN
aiud INDIA GOODS, wholesale and retail.
N. B.-Constantly on hand for sale, MOURN-
ING ARTICLES, of the best kind, and at fair
prices. epistf

Ladies Cloths and, Poplins.
XTAVY blue, mazarine 'do., pearl, drab,
j1 olive, and brown- Ladies Queens Cloths;
black, slate, pearl. light blue, white, drab, French
giey, figured and plain iirat quality Poplins; fine
white Flannels ; black Bombazeens-just received
by DRAPER & STONE, 19 Market-street.
oct 27 4is,

WELCH FLA.NWEL-S.
JOHN FOX,
No. 12, MARKET-ROW, (vP STAuSr,)
AS just received, frw sale-a few pieces real
W ELCH FLANNELS. Also-a fresh as-
sortment fine Cambrics. 4is ,. oct 10

WORSTED HOSIERY, -c.
S ENRY CUTTER & CO. have received, per
Condon Packet-2 cases containing a large
assortmentof Worsted Hosiery; 1 trunk Beaver,
Buck and Doe Skin Gloves; ladies' Beaver and
Limerick do. .'leo-2 hiales London superfine
Broadcloths, which they offer for sale at their store,
corner of State-street. Sis oct 13 ,
Brussels and Venitian Carpetings, 4-c.
BALLARD & PRINCE,
A P. 41, MARL iORO'-ST'REET, ,
AVE received, in addition to t'tesir former as-
sortment of Carpetinigs, their Fall assortment.
of Brussels ajid Venitian Carpeting, Hearth Rugs,
Greetn Bockiigs, &e. &e. 6is sept 19
HENRY CUTTER & CO.
AVE received per Falcon and Suffolk,-33
IL packages British PIECE GOODS, which,'
with the Goods per former arrivals, make their
assortment very extensive. 6spis sept 19 ,
XMUSLIX DRESSES, etc.
W EBSTER & UNDERWOOD, No. 83,
Market-streel, have just opened for sale,
an assortment of Muslin Dresses, with and without
flounces, richly embroidered.
ALso-- case raw Silk Mantles, elegant pat-
terns ; 4-4 and 6-4 plain and figured Taroad Lace,
,-duread Lace Veils ; do. Mantles. 6spis aug 1
S (-X.J'o. 6. CORXTHILL.
-OSEPH EUSTIS, Jun. intending shortly to
close his retail Business, off i's all his CUT
GOODS at great bargains ;-SILKS; RIBBONS,
CRAPES, e,. together with a general assortment
of retail Goods. Purchasers will find it for their
advantage to call. 6spis oct27
S,1TI.NS, s.'c. "
ABEL BAILEY,
H NAo. 35, AMARK7'T-STREE'l,
AS just received black, white, crimson and
pearl Satins, superior quality,
Double chain black French Levantine,
lDo. do. do. India do.
Black, white, straw an green Cr'apes,
Black and white Silk Gloves,
Superior English black Kid Gloves,
Extra long white do. do.
Merino Handkercliefs; rich plaid Ribbons,
Imitation Muslin; Gentlemen's black Cravats.
a Oct 31 6wis


RUSSIA GOODS.
LORING CUNNINGHAM & CO.
T VYO. 42, CA T.JIAL WHARF,
IAVE for sale-40ps. Russia Sheetings ; 42
Sdlo.half Duck ; 2 sacks.Feathes;' 55 ps. Birasgin's
Sail Clotlh'j 150 do. Ravens Dfck ; 922 do. broad
'Diaper4; 2 casks Bristles. lst quality; 500 M.
Quills ; 4 ps Drillings. epistf (dee 5
LtARJif WATCHES.
A FEW ALARM WATCHES, or a superior
fl quality, just imported and for sald by .t.- B.
PE'IIS, o. 3, Union-street. 4spis dec 5

LEGIGHOR.N' BOANETS.
TIHE subscriber has just opened at No. 55,
SMarket-street-a case of fresh imported
LEGHORN STRAWS, best qualitv, and will be
sold very low. GEORGE HOW.
dece 5 SspiESspos
Dining and Desert Sets, Tea Sets, fine
Ch;na Vases and Toys,.Ridg-way's manufJcture,
SUST received,, and now opening at the Long
SBhoomniovcr Mr; Joseph Callender's, No.40,
Marlboro'.street. Apply to CHI RLES BAR-
RELL, Agent, No. 5, Marlboro'-row, or at the
Room. eptf dec 5
Dancing Pumps, and Over Shoes.
-' ENTLEMEN that are fond of dancing, and
G want to wear pumps that are handsome andl
made to fit '.he foot, can be accommodated in real
style, and on the .most reasonable terms.-aJtso, a
very large assortment of gentlemen's Over Shoes,
well seasoned ior the approaching season, and
made of the best materials. Likewise, a very ex-
tensive assortment tlemen'v Boots and Shoes
as usual. WILLIA CHADWICK, Agent.
(lee 5 No. 63, Cornhill.
Fresh Imported Threads, etc.
C. J. ADAMS,-
1r .I v'. 735 CORU tILL,
fJAS jist.received by the Triton,
Slbale English Sewing Cotton, white and colored,
I Tambour Cottois n Skins,uperiorquality.
1 case loss do. )
On hand, an assortment of WALTHAM COT..
TONS, viz :-_superline Sea Island Cotions; wide
SSheetings ; Shr'tingols different widths an-d quali-
ties; Worstedl Yarnas f'romi the Dediham Factory,
constantly for sale ata reduced price., sp dec'S
SWatches, Jewelry, Gilt Goods, etc.
THOMAS A. DAVIS
NFORM.S his friends antd the public, that he
J has taken Store No. 2, (corner) Market-row,
where e .criers for sale, a general assortment of
Repeating, Musical, patent Lever an1d plain Gold
Watches'; high and low priced English and French
Silver do.; Gold Chains, Seals and Keys ; Pearl,
*Jet, Paste and plain Gold Jewelryh; Plated and
Brass Candlesticks ; Snuffers and T'rays; Britan-
nia and Block Tin Teapots ; Tea Trays, in sets to
match; plated Castors; .Penknives; Scissors;
gilt lackered aid Steel Riticule Clasps.; ornament.
ed Hooksaad Eyes;. Snaps; WaistCtisps ; Tor-
toiscshell and Horn Combs, asd a great variety of
FANCY ARTICLES ; all of which will be sold
on the most reasonable terms.
O'rWatches of every description faithfully re-
palred. 6w ... dec 5
.Xeutrat Rum and A.1merican Brandy,
AIl) to be superior to any before made in this
country 4th iand 5th proot, on hand and con-
stantly for sale by BENJAMIN STEVENS,
Front-street, or, at the Lobby of State iank, where
he may be seen every day. epis2m oct 31
Coffee, Sugar and Doubloons.
SBAG St. Domingo Coffee, entitled t(
5 F debenture,now landing. Also--18hndal
Porto RicoSugar, aitd 200 Doubloons-lbr sale a'
No. 41, Long. wharf, by TOBIAS LORD.
nov 28 3spis
JOSEPH F. BORDMAN & CO.
21, Green's-wharf, opposite Parkman't Buildings
H] AVE for sale, now receiving on consignment
-1 I IS1 N sides prime slaughter Sole Leather.
They have likewise'just received an invoice o
873 pair Gentlemen's fine Clltskin Nail'<) Shoes
small andi middling sizes, suitable for the Sianisl
Nf 4t. Ai o 5t landedd; 6 hhlids. WeIt-Indi:
Rum. s.... ...
REMOVAL.
JAMES REED & CO.
T'AVE removed from MWrket-street, to (hl
1 chambers in the new block, ne:?it door to
Messrs. Whitwell, Bond CO's Auction Store
Kilby-street. epiVm oct 6


ROCHELLE BRANDY.
T HOMAS DENNIE B SON, No. 31 State-
street-Have for sale now landing from seh.
Syren, from Rochelle, opposite No: 41 Central-
wharft 69 pipes Roehelle Brandy IRsstcaus"
brand, of superior quality ; part of which is enti-
tied to deberiture. epistf oct 6
FAULKNER & REED,
- NVo. 26, JiROAD-S'T'REET'',
AVE received by the late arrivals from REng-
land, their assortment of Cotton and Woollen
Goods, consisting 'of Broadcloths ; Cassimerts;
B<-ambazettsj Flannels; Pelisse Cloths; common
and Valenicia Vestings ; drab Kerseys; slate Wors-
ted Hosiery; quality Bindings ; Tabby Velvets ;
Men's Gloves; Ladies' Hlbit do.; Linen Threads;
blue and light Prints; Furnitures ; 9-8 Jackonet
Muslins; 9-8 and 6-4 Cambrics; Madrass Handk ;
Jackonet do.; Waterloo and Fancy do.; Brittan-
isa; Book, Leno, and Fancy Musls; brown Hol-
lands; Linens, &c. &c. which they offer for sale
by the package or piece. istf sept II
ST. DOAMINXGO COFFEE.
SA'- BAGS St. Domingo COFFEE, entitled
to debenture, landing from sloop Pack-
et, and forsaleby FRANCIS WATTS, No. 41,
Lorie-wharf. Sis nav 28

Plaid Cloaks and Fur Caps,
S' CHEAP! !!
1 UST received 4 trunks Gent's. Plaid Cloaks,
J and 8 doz. Gent. and Yonths consisting of Seai,
Otter, Sable, Leopard, Rocooi, Mink, Bear, ,Je-
nert and Coloured Fur' Caps, for sale very cheap-
if applied for immediately.
J.1so-Fur Gloves, Mittens and Trimmings, to-
gether with a general assortment of
European and .Americtin. Goods,
at the lowest prices, at No. 88, Court-street, by
STEPHEN HALE, Jr, 4spis nov 24
Crockery Glass and ChinaM are.
.0-TIS NORCROSS & CO.
No. 15, EXCHAANGE-STEIT,
H AVE received by the Suffolk, Herald, and
other late arrivals from Liverpool, a superior
assortment of EARTIIHEN WARE, from the first
Manufacetories in Staffordshire, comprising blue
printed, Zebra,Elephant, and State House patterns
of Plates, Twifllers, Muffins, Bakers, Nappies,
Dishes, and complete Diining Services 5 Oval nand
round Tea Warq;; Bos'ls ; handled Coffee Bowls
and Saucers ; Cups and Saucers ; Grecian shape
Ewers and Basons ; Chambers,.Pitchers, ls&e. of
the Verandah and State House patterns; concave'
and shell edged Plates. Twifflers, Muffins, andi
Dishes; oval and round Bakers, Sallads, Nappies,
?c ; wjth a general assortment of painted, colored
and cc Ware.
.also, a good assortment of China Tea Sets,
white and gold burnished ; Landscape Views and
other patternra; a greatvariety of common and lus-
tee Ghina.
Lik'eise, plain and-cut Flint Glass Ware, o
all kinds.
The above is offered on terms as low as at any
House in Boston. 1
Prime assorted crates, expressly for country
trade. Ware repacked in the best manner, as usu-
6wis oct S

FRENCHe HABIT CLOTHS."
B & J. H. PRAY Nos. 12 arnd 14, Market-
street, have received a further supply of ele-
gant FRENCH- IABIT CLOTHS, consisting u o
fashionable Mixtures,Prussia,Maazarine and Navy
blue. epis4w dec 1
PEW ,VA.,TED.
W ANTED to hire, the whole oi, part of a Pew
in Rev. Mr..yere's Church. Inquire at thl
Geatinel Counting Room. epitf no" 7


JOSEPH THAYER intbrms his-, patrons, and
the publi,.. that he has taken a convenient
store, o-.14 Marlboro'-street, opposite tIn head
of 'altklisr-st.; and likewise gives notice that he
lhas hnkn into partnership, JACOW KUHN, Jr.
Asnd 1vii heeieaficr ,dlo -busiuness under tie firm of
THA-IER ? KUHN, -
"JOSEPH THAYER,
S ,.' JACOB KUHN, Jr.

THAYER & KUINY4., .
Ofier to thepublic an entire assortment of tihe
very first: quality of Shoes and Boots; consisthig of
ladies'Kid, Morocco, aind Leather Walking Shoes ;
Kild, Moroco., and Leather Pumps of all descrip-
tions, with heels aud without. .'ao,.GentlenieWs,
fuine dress aild coimoini Shoes coarse Shoes and
Bootees, of an extra quality ; Quarter B oots tor
Gentlemen' ; elegant Wellington Boots, prices
from 3 to %4 50. Likewise, fine Calfskin Gal-
when rf a superior quality. All the above we offer
tit fdirpri'ices for cash. -I
A good .ssortrment of Ladies OVER SHOES.
dec 5
FRESH' GOODS.
SWATERSTONPPRAY & CO.
1fAV J No. 10, KILWY-STRER'T,
lAVEI received by tlhe I'arthian 49 packages of
Goods whi iv with what tlney have on hand, receiv-
ed by foriner recent arrrivals, comprises a rliri-
sose assortment of English, Scotch ail Irish
Goods, cooisting of
Blnsk, blue, brown and olive superfnc York-
shire Cloths; lMack and blue west enuntry do.
Blacit, blue ani drab do.; do. Cassimeres,
Blue ani idrab Prin'is,
G:eeni,red and olive Bockings,
Blak, mrazaruine blue, and assorted colours Bom-
bzceenesl; IRhodes's Bombaizetts,
Sswan, Down a nd aleirtia.vestings, .
Camit-s for Cloaks,
- Na-vyhsic isd.thmncy Prints, -
. 9-9 C ,mbrie e do.
4-4 a. d b-4 white Cambrics, '
,Imitation do, .
Mull, JaconetandLaivn Muslins, "
Book, iiitation.'sIdia, plain Leno, and an exten-
siveassortmenti. of thncy Muslims, -
Cott6r' Flag blue checked and printed, japan-
ned, spotted ad Checkeld HdklSfa.
LiauenTaiblecloths; 7-8 Colernin Linens, ,
lhlar.Linen; Patent coloured Thread,
Ribbons; Crapes, p.c. ce. eptff. pis nov 7

CdAPETWJIARE HOUSE,
Nos. 18 and 20, Market-street,
OSFPHl G. BACON, -
Has just received, per Mary Catharine, from
Liverpool, A iRsEtS SUrPPLY OF
Brussels, Kiddermin- CARP'TING. N
sterand Stair .
Impesria, Brussels, and Worsted RUGS.
A!; new'paLtterns. epis8w ioov 24

Elegant Backgaminmon Boards.
-UST reaeved and for sale by JOSIAHILO-
0o RING, No. 1,South-row-a few very hand-
some Backgammon Boards.
8lso,. Sketches of Rambles. By Andrew Bige-
low; Russia Metallic Pencil Books, a new article
100 reams Fools Cap Paper .
50 do.. Pot do. .suPslionO QUAI.ITY,
50 do. Italian-Letter do. .. .
Constantly for sale as above, avery complete.as-
sortment of Merchants' Account Books, in sets or
single,' warranted of the first quality, and as cheap
as at aty other store in Boston.' 3is nov 24
PARHIS PAPER HAN VGiVGS,
SEW AND ELEGANT PATTERNS.

J. BUMSTEAD & SON,
AJo. 68, CO tNII.LL,
H AVE just received .by the Wave, from tlavre,
"a 'rt of tleir ftll supply-20 cases con.
taking sn elegant variety of new patterns selected
from some, of the first Maiufthctoties in Paris
oet 17, istf .
LONDON QUILLS.
ECEMirtll iy tile London Packet, andd fop
1alsa at G1EENLEAF'S Stationary Store
N., 'Coutrt-street, a good assortment :o1 tLON
r "OV t (al S. f'roi 4to .lrt ie-nts penr h't4r1.]-l
y agysim Qa .o.oissap .s'rJ I'
PA.TER,'! 'nath" a'' d London" ;. large, ue e
gilt. ind plain LETTER aad Billet Paper; lmnpe
rial Rioys; Midiunm and Demy DRAWING PA
PERS, all'of the veny first quality. .
I "Sealing Wat; red andblack Ink and Ink Pow
der ; Arehitecture, fine Drawing ,nnd W'ritinl
Lead "Pencils ; large andl small WNAFERS; rel
Tape; Inkstands ; Durable Ink; Sand Boxes, kC
Genuine LONDON SOAP, among which i
Rose, Celon,N Musk, Vernacular, Olive, Sapona
cius nod Windsor, biv the dozen or single cake.
Reeve's. Water Colours by the box or single
cake; Caiiel-Hair Pencils ; I'allets, together wltl
a general ".ssortuient df articles usually kept in
Stationer's Store, all ot which will be sold as low a
they as can be purchased in Boston.
oct 3 isltiOw
NEW BOOK STORE.
IOHN ROBERTS respectfully informs lii
; friends and the public, that lie has rstok
No. 11, Court-street, near!'y opposite the Boo
Store of Mn-. James W. Burditt, where lie intend!
keeping a general assortment P BLANK BOOK'
and STATIONARY. Also, a.good assortment o
Miscellaneous Books, Bibles, and School Books.-
Copy Slips, Cyphering and Writing Books, (
every d(eoription, constantly on litnd.
BOOK BINDING.
In a RooM adjoining his Store he intends to cal
ry on ltidi'B.ook Binding business, in all its bran
ches. Blank Books ruled to any pattern, -ar
bound atsho t notice.'
Music: toKs bound, and old Books rebound i
a superiori manner. Music and other Port Foliol
Itaale to aniy required pattern. laut Linii.gs nea
ly gilt, &u.:&o.
J. It. fitters himself (aflcr serving nearly eigl
years with one of the first Blank Book Binders i
ihis town) that his work will give satistiction t
his employers. 4is oct 17

LADIES CLOTHS.
TUST received, and for sale hy B. k J. I-
JPRAY, Nos. 12 and 14, Market-street-
great variety of elegant QUEEN'S CLOTHS an
'PELISSE udo. contsisntling of Navv, ,Mazareen
Prussian, and Skv B Wl, Drab, Pearl, Lavende
Maroon, Garrer, Claret, and other colors.
Also, ilroadeJlothls, Hunter's Cloths and Cass
meres, Nhvy Blue, Olive, Drab, and various fist
linab!e mittures .-VsStings,.ec. 8spis oct 13
S;:&A. LAWRENCE,
i ',. Jo. 15,\i.4,lA.ItT.STREE'r',
.jAVE just received, and of'er for sale,
sales ot John W. Rhodes' black Bomb'azetts,lo
numbers,
Do. Scotelh -Plaids,
Do. piece dyedl blue Broadcloths,
Do VWorsted Hose; do. Drab Kerseys,
S Do. Button Mouls amnt liorn Buttons,
Do. lil'ek Tabhy Velvets,
Do. London Cassimneres. 2spis nov 24

STO VES.
ELIJAH VOSE, Jun.
O "o. 7,DOCX.SQU.ARZ.
OFPERS FOR SALE,
An extensive assortment of COOKING STOVE!
of the latest and most improved patterns,
LkNES' PATENT Parlor Stoves, eleganttly fi
is'hed, an excellent article for wood or coal,
Philadelphik Oven Stoves, all sizes,
Large Canada Stoves, for Churches,
Large Pyramid do.- do.
Fyraamid and Coal Stoves for Entries,
Fireplace and pipe Franklin Stoves,
Oval and Oblong Box Stoves,
Six Plate Stoves, all sizes,
Cnul Girttes, ditffrent patterns.
.lso-Erg ish amd Russia hIor STOVE PIPES.
october 3 15is
SHEAR'S LO.NDONV COPPER.


y M'OHN W: LANGDON, 3S, India-street, h
cueeived bv tlhe London Packt, Capt. Tr
cy;- c-.es uf Slheathiing Copper, manufacturer
by Shears,iincluding every weight from 16 to
Soz..-whie hle offers otbr sale on liberal tel ms.
e Ii .Stoe.--5 casts I8 oz. Sheathing Copper.
sept 29 epislm


BOSTON THEATRE.

SECOND NIGHT OF THE ENGAGEMENT OF
Mr. Philipps and ,M's. Holman.

THIS EVENING, D'bcEm.tit 5,
Will be presented, Bickerstaff's celerated Opera,
as altered and revised, called,
LOVE IX VILL.GrE. -
YOUNG MEADOWS, ..... M. PHILIPPS
ROSETTA, . RS. HOLMAN.

To which will be udidel, O'KCecfe's Farce, called the
SPRISOXER .1 T Ld.R GE.

To-morrow Evening, a Gentlemtn will make his
first appearance, (on any stage) itn the Char-acter of
Octavian, in the Mountaineurs. After which, the
Fortvy-Thieves., n revived.
Thanksgiving Afternoon and Eve-
ning Amusemnents.
iHE: COLUMBIAN MUSEUM, Tremont-
street, will be brilliantly illuminated To-mor--
row Evening, Dec. 6-and opened at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon, at three, Mr.' Tilley, from Londonr
will commence his ingenious Art of Glass Spin-
ning, &ec. &c. and continue one hour.' Immed-
iatly after Diana's Car will be ready for the use of
the Ladies,in which.they may propel themselves on
the Patent Railway, which is a very pleasant aund
healthy exercise. In the Evening Mr. Plimpton;
with his Mucical Company; will gratify the Visitors
with Music on the Apollino, with singing, &e. '
Admittance to tins whole round of Scientific
and Rational Amusements, only 25 cents.
dee 5 '
A LIVE ELEPHANT.
ONTINUES'to be exhibited every day and
J eveuiri .'(Samturday evenings excepted) at.Ex-
htition-Hanf, No. *23, Hlanorer.streetr Th;s nl .
imAiiss allowed by those who-have seen her to"
excel all others ever exhibited foi docility-and
sagacity..- Also to be seent as above, WaIVIAMX's
PATENT RAILWAY and Fancy Carriage ; to-
gether wit a large .collection of Prints.-Adlmittance
25 cents. epistf" nov 24
POCKET BOOK LOST.
g OST about four weeks since, somewhere bet-
A ween -Tones' tavern, in Salem, N. HI. and
Poor's tavern near.ndover Bridge,a large red Me-
rocco POCKET BOOK, tied with a tape string,
and the name of JAMES WOO),pirinted on the
outside-in gilt letlers.. It contained only two dol-
lars in money, and sundry notes and papers running
to Geo. W. Taylor, of no use to anv person but
the owner. Whoever will retuirn'sid Pockett
Book, -vith its contents, to the Ceutinel Counting
Roomn, in Boston, shall be satisfactorily rewarded'
dee 5
(.P Literary Curiosities, &C.Qi)
l OI)Y of Philosophy, curious, folio, with about
SI 100 large and curious Plates-Plinv's Nat.
Hist. folio-Rawligll's Hist. World, fol'io--En-
cyclopedia de Alsteild--iUtiv- Diet. ..i'ts,' Science's
&c. by Harris,' by'Willich, and others-also, the
New-York and Edilubirghl ditto-Law Books of
Blteon. Blaclstone, Jacobs, Btirns, ke. (rTlThe
aBove znow ii the Eirchange Bookstwe, 77, State-
street, (up stairs) with the usual extensive variety
of the Scarce, (which no other Store enn exhibit)
are not offered at the original cost-No: but at pri-
ces fart distantly below, and often (auction fashion)
at the offer of Cash or Exchange. y3Seott's Bi-
ble, 6 vols. (new.) 2islos nov 124


I JPEWS.
F OR- sale, a well situated PEW in Park-street
Church, for which Carpenters work will be
taken in payment. Also, to be let, one Pew in
the same house. Apply at the Centinel Counting
Room., dec.S .
S BOiARDERS WA.TEDl." '
GENTLEMAN and La'dy o r 3 or 4 Gentle-
n men can be accommodated with geniiteel Board-
'ing, with rooms furnishedd or- unfurnished, and ev-
ery other convenience, within two minutes walk of
State-street. Inquire at Real Estate OfficeNo. 14,
Exchange-street. dec 5
P fPEiW
E4OR Sale PEW No. 73, in the Rev. Mr. Bal-
F I I. Ho.lci.itr. nuse, belonging .to the.estlte.
us _-s.......I 1. -'...,.dveased, oueing one. of the
be it .i l..Iseurh. For terms apply at No. 66,
Broad-street. istf oct17
.WA.A TED 'TO l HRE,
A NEAT and convenient )Dwelling-House
pleasantly situated, and suitable for a small
nuil --rent moderate. Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Room. epistf aug29
.1 TURKEY CARPET.
M ISSING, a. Turkey Carpet, supposed to
have been taken from a bale while stored at
Hospital Islaud, about two months since. Any in-
formation relating to the same slall be rewarded.
by calling on JOH-N C. BROWN, Merchandise
Broker, 15 State-street. 6spis nov 17



BY WHITWELL, BOND & CO.
On SATURDAY next at 11 o'clock,
At WHITWELL, BOND I& Co's Office,
No. 2, 'ILBY-STREET,
788 bags Calcutta Crude Salt Petre; 29 cases
washed and scraped Gum Copal ; 18 do. Borax.
On TUESDAY next at 10 o'clock,
AS AaovE,
A general assortment of British PIECE
GOODS.
Culcutta Piece Goods-per Franklin.
On WEDNESDAY next at E past 10 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,
The following PIECE GOODS, imported in
the ship Franklin, Obear, from Calcutta, all select-
ed wilt great care, by an experienced agent, con-
sisting of 7000 ps. Choppas, of various qualities ;
500 do. fine blue striped Seerstikers ; 750 dno do.
oheeked do.; 750 do. yellow striped do.; 30 bales
white Piece Goods, consisting of Mamoodies, San-
nas and Cossas.
Catalogues will be ready and sample packages
opened for examination three days rcevious to sale.
_...At Priiate ,Sale...
Few thousand best Spanish Cigars, in j and J
boxes; London anid American White Lead, ground
in oil, in A and j ewt. kegs; 10 whole chests
Trumbull's superior Bohea Tea ; 3500 ibs. Cassia,
in mats; 50 cases (6 small jars each) preserved
Ginger; 33 do. (,b large jars each) do. do. enti-
tied to debentur e. -
Sugar, Gingeri, 'c.-per Franklin.
On TUESDAY next at II o'clock,
dt JNo. 44, Central-wharj;
350 bags yellow Beerboom double .boiled Sugar ;
300 do. common Benares do.; 350 do. superior
white Benares do.; 10t do. Bagga do.; 1280 do.
containing 50,000 Ibs. Garbled Ginger; 30,000
Gunny Bags; 35,000 Horn Tips. A.lso-5100 lbs.
Block Tiln.
Catalogues will be really the day previous to thp
sale, and the Goods may be examined at any ti4e
before the sale, by applying as above.

Valuable Estate.
By virtue ofa License granted by the Supreme Ju-
dicial Court, at tihe term thereof held at Boston,
for the county of Suffolk, on tIe lirst 'Tuesday of
November, AD. 1). 181:
Will be sold at Public Auction, .
On THURSDAY, 27th inst, at 12 o'clock, M.
On the PREl. ISES,
That elegant and spacious ,vwelling-house, situ-
sted near the head of Pearl-street, belonging to
the minor children and heirs of WIL.1IA.a Cocnu-
BAN, Esq. deceased. The lot comprises between
7000 and 8u00 fret of Laud, with a privilege in a
'pasage'-way of 8 feet inii width, aid extending the
whole length of the lot ir front, being about 126
feet-with a privilege also in a court and passage-
way in the rear into Atkinsoun-street. ''ie lHouse
is of modern construction, well built, finished in a
style of great elegance, an d has recently been put
it comnplte repar. Tb-e House is to be sold for
tihe buiielit ol'sald minors,and the right of dower of
ttle willow of the deceased will be inunlded, so that
the sde aftthe whole with all the privileges and p-
purtenances will be entire; and a cilmplete and sat-
isfactory title made to thIe purchaser.
The, plan may be scen aIId furthlier partieulars.
kiown, by applicatiou to the Auctivneers.


4Y OLIVER, BORLAND & ABBOT.
Wine. '
THIS DAY at past 11 o'clock, ,
)r immediately after sale of Washington's. cargo,
Opposite JNo: 21, central Whar-,
50'* casks choice old Lisbona VWINE. ..

BY JACOB PEABODY & CO.
THIS-DAt at 12 o'cloek-,
On C GENT'1AL- HJIARF,
On board selh'r Only Daughter,
1650 bushels.. New-Brunswick blue POTA-
TOES; 100 tons PLASTERH; 50 bbls. Part .:
house APPLES, from Baltimore.
BY T. K. JONES & CO.
Wine and Salt.
THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
TJVo',tIh side lntia-vt/harf,
Now landing from brigOlhio, from Lisbon,,
8 pipes, 20 j do. id 2 casks Lisbon WINF"*
6 pipes .Port WINE; 200 hlids. Lisbon SALT.
Conditions will be liberal and made known at the
sale.
BY CHARLES D. COOLIDGE.
Best. Liverpool and Sidney Coals.
.On FRI)AY next at I o'clock,
In fi'nt of M merchants' Hall, I'1ater-st.
25 chaldrons superior Liverpool COAL, now or.
board ship Atlas, selected by Capt. Jackson, par-r
ticularly for Grates.
Also, immediately after, if not pre-miously sold--
50 eh.Idrons best Sidney OALS, aflo:.

By FERDINAND E. WHITE.'
St. ,Ubes Stlt.
THIS DA-Y at past 11 o'clock,
lBackof No. 29, Long w harj
00 blhds. S(. Ubes SALT. .
B\' PAIRFIELI & CiOA'i'.
Apples atid Sweet Potatoes.
ThIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
At FAIRFIELD & CHOATE'S Office,
ANo. 14, UEN'TIAL-STIREEIT,J '
40 bbis. APPLES. greeniigs and russedngs, ia
fine order'; 75 bushel's Sweet'(. arolina Potatoes.
I ...At Private Sale... ..
50,000 Russia Quills; 112 boxes white St. Jago'
Sugar; 100 d*. No. 1 Chocolate ; 4 bales Lambs
Wool; -" 4 do. Merino do. ; 1 dsu Russia Diaper.
Vc. &oc.; 1000 bbls. Mess No. I aind 2 Beef.

BY FRANCIS WILBVY.
Cargo of sch'r Washington, from .ar- -
seilled.
THIS DAY at II o'clock,
Opposite thie Arch, Central-wharf,
The entire Cargo Uf said vessel,viz :-200I b'-.xesi
Soap; 19 casks Cream Tartar;' I do. Verdi-
grise ; 21 do Olive Oil; 100 boxes do. do.;- 100
casks Clarct Wine; 10 pipes .Brindy ; 3 oasea
C antharides. ". .
Imun'ediates y after the above, o pposi;e bo. 29A
Central.whalf, below the r'c/h--5 hhdlis. ,Vest-
India RUM, 'superior for retailing, and entitled
to debenture.
BY S. F. COOLImDGE.
: Ready made Clothing.
THIS DAY at 10 ad. 3,o'clok, -
At SAMUEL i7. COOLIDGE'SOffic C
Nt. 15, UC/i T'R,'L-ST'Ir k T,
The residue of the Stock of W. C. Hall, con.*
sisUthg of 300 pair black, bluc, derab, anti ixt Cloth
,nd Cassimere Pantai,.ons; 300 black Silke "i'1ili- ..
net, Valencia and Cassinit-re Vests, 0iain and stri-
ped-together e'itli a variety of black. blue, drab.
and jancy nolo redl Coats, Sur-touts, and Topu Coats;
The above are made of the very best materials
and in the mdst workmanlike manner.
Also, at o'clock-1 case of' PL 'ID CLO ,'KS,-
just imported, and 50 FUR. CAPS; 1 case fash-'
jotnable HATS,. made by Oakley. -

Sewing Twine.
On FRIDAY next at II o'clock,
As ASOVEI "
.2 cansks SEWING TWINE, imparted and
damaged oh i joar". brig Jessie iJapt. E1s trora
Liver'lpo,. aind sold hor (hi bee fit ofthe In.,Irs i2
terms. .

BY WINSLOW, CHA -LNING & CO'
Piece Goods. -
On SATURDAY next att O1 o'clock, -
At WINSLOW, CtH.AINING & ,o's Otfif-e,
l .N'o. S. A'II. _"Y- HTREP K1
The following GOODS, just received :-2 bles
saved list bhlue anid mixt Cloths; 1 do. blue.rsod oh-
ive Coatings; 2 do. Rose Blankets ; do. blue
Cassitixeres. I do. mixt do. ; 2 do. middling bine
Cloths; 1 do. -Flannels, assorted ; I do. dlIl.k
Bombazetts ; 2 do. superfine blue Cloths ;. I. dIu
Woullen Vestings; 1 do. Valentia do. ; I do. as-
sorted Cassirmeres.
Also-I case elegant Linen Damask, first quality
I do. Long Lawns 1 do Linen iapers; 3 do.
6-4 Cotton Cambrics; I do. Twist Shirtings; 2
do. elegant London roi'd Furnitures. : :
By the 'case, (positive sale) at I I oclock-2
bales fine brown Ru les ; 2 do. com 'on hali beauch-
ed Linen; 2 cases black and colored Galloons and
hank Ribbons; I do. black Ribbons, Nos: 4 to 6.

Elegant Paper Hangings:
On TUESDAY next at 11 o'clock,
AS ABOVE,.
32 easeselegant French PAPER HANGINGS,
viz r-elegant glazed Landscape, with rich borders,
fancy figure, with velvet borders to mat li."' Also,
cumnuon Paper lHa:ngings, of various patterns.
The above were selected with great taste, and
purchasers are invited to call and examine the [.at-
terns the day befoCbre the sale.

Elegant Looking Glasses.
On WEDNESIAY next at o'clock,
SAS ABOVE,
200 LOOKING GLASSES, new and fashion-
able patterns, and covered with the best of Hostuti
Gold Leaf. --
...At Private Sale..
12 bales full and half blooded 1,Merino Wool; 3
pipes genuine old India Madeira Vine';. 30 do.
American Brandy, best quality; 5 hhds. Vii ginia
Tobacco.
Jfanted, as above-an active Boy, whoie par-
ents live in town. -

Executor's Sale.
THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
At the late residence of Mfr. John Grew, deceased
in P'rchase-street,
The following articles of FURINITURE, atsd
WINE, viz :-20 elegant Chairs, Philadelpihig
made, and 4 Lounges to match; pair of Grecian
Card Tables; superb Entry Lamp, of ground
.glass, exhibiting the town of Burmihgham ; a num-
ber of valuable Paintings and Engravings ; elegant
gilt Cornices; Oil Floor Clothe; 2 Door Porters ;
a quantity of empty Bottles ; Demijohns; Mar-
hle Mantle. .
Alah-SO bottles old Madeira WINE, favor-
ite importations; 200 do. Sicily Madeira do.
Land.
TIUS DAY at 1 o'clock,
At JiME CIfAA T'S HIJALL,
75,000 square feet of LAND, situated at the
bottom of sie Common, formerly improved for
thie manufacture of Cordage, aid running f'ron
Pleasant-street nearly to the Mill Dam-with the
Buildings thereon. Conditions made known at the
sale.
BY DAVID FORSAITH.
On FRIDAY next at t0 o'clock,
At DAVID FoHsAITH's Oifice,
JVo. 4, UONAGUJl/ESS.STRt'ET,
A valuable lot of House FURNITURE, &c.
viz:-4 casesDiaws; 2 Secretaries ard Book Ca.
ses; 6 Bureaus; 1 elegant Sideboard; 2 Grecian
Cuchues ; 3 hair cloth Sto!;s ; Dining, Carn and
Pembroke Tables; 2 Settees; 1 Sria Bedstead,
old; 10 Feather Beds; Down, live Geese, Geese
and Down, common double and single do. ; 24


"rave iig"runks ; Look n Gl.ses' l'aioards;
facy, flag bottom, YorV k ani otlir Chairs ; (rates
arna Stoves ; a lot large Fuminel ; Liquor Case; el-
e.snt nimahogany Bcdsteads ; common d. ; Light
anid Work S-andsu; Glass, China sul Crockery
Ware ; brass Ketucs ; Kitcheun Furmture, i&o.


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... -- For Caleltta. Rags from i enoa, Leghorn and P Capartnei
S- -. ,The fast tailing i rig FLORIDA, S. ermo. HIIE coparntershi
.huincy mst rcoperfasten edLi cIALES sper Linen Leghorn Ras; 500 the firm dfJ. B
S.. ... .... l pered to the heols, -Vm. Rolliias, super-. ,j do. > first and second quality Genoa do. ; dsoled by the deat
FiOX THE ALUIANY. PLOUB .. eIrI10. e cargo, will sai tor .lcutta, on 15th Dec 5do est kind of Pahlrnmn do. just received and the present mouth.
aind ill takt Ifreight of Specie or Mer- offered ifor sale by MOSES GRANT, No. 8,
TiE FARMER. clhaniize, ou r',.asoinble t'e'ris. Aliply to 'T.. I. Urio,-str,'et. !3v 8
LI. the toils of Summer o'er, WALES & CO. L. POPE,Jr. &'T.11CAXTE' RD &CALDER
A. Peace and Plenty round his door, or to tihe supercarg. t no BL NCHARD & CAL DER, -' LADR
N.eo.14, XILBY-STl ET,D' DANIlEL IADG]
Wiho on earth so blest and free. For Freight or Charter', ,A oxran o sas ,, a'r Low rPts, ine public thatoif
As the farner ?-Like the bee l- 'iThe hri THAMES, 167 tons bur- A GENERAL assortinentot INDIA AND EU- scs Pairng S
All the sweets of life are his-. then, low deck, car-ries well, is an excel- ROPEAN GOODS, viz:- Nos. 5 herehe solicits s
Large and full his, cup of bliss- lent vessel, and can be made ready for Flag Silk ildkfi; fancy I ,. Io. ; black do. do. whr soiits t sh,
Who can envy thrones to kings, se: ini two divs. Inquireat No.4, Cen Black Sarsnets; do. Sinchaws ; do. Florentines,
When the Plough such treasure brings. trial wharf, or at No. 5, Nrth-Batery Col'e i rapesLevantines, TO c
Sevwhsnrf,'o' nov 28 Black and colored Canton and Nankin Crapes, To0 0tanufacti
See his works with profit crown'd- Black and white Freich Crapes, .nme
Barns, with hay.stacks-huddled round, SPERMI OIL, CA3NDLES, etc. French Florentine and Florence, F HE subscribers
Like a.family whom fear tCARTWRIGHT &C MITCiIELL, Stried China Florencec in business, und,
Draws withineeds andci cattle nea'; F'ER fori'sale at No. 26, Ill .iaistrect---150 Black and colored Itailains Sewing Silk, T'LE
btately steeds and battle neat, casks first quality Summer Strained Spermin Garniture an plain Ribbons, and taken the store
cCibs of eorr and mows of wheat. Oil; 5000 gallons do. t'o. Winter Pressed do. Black Galloons; Sil'. Braids; Tabby Velvets, Clap, No. 4, Broad-sl
Thickly crowded is his fold- do.; 40 boxes Sperm Cand!csi 3500 lbs. Slab Toilinet, Marseilles and Valeieai, Vcslings, tne public, that they
Harmless sheep and lambs behold, Whale Bone ; Havana brown Sugar; Madeira Dark'blue and finey Prints,; signment, Cotton aind
Like the Christian 'midst the din Wine in qr.. casks very superior; Whale and Sea Carlisle, cheeked and striped Ginghams, suoipttion--./Aso Wool
Of a noisy world of sin- Elephnant Oil; black bottles for Apothecaries use. Patch Furnitures; Muslin Cravats, wh eh they will-make
Fowl oviparous cackling sound, nov28 111 S.otted, checked, and plain Jaconet, BeoK and They htive now on
Pois'd with one foot on the ground, WrSITpNEY BLANTV'KETS. C*otted Muslins. Shir a tieloos--/so
Meet their master as he comes, W I E BL W T Cotton Carbrics; CotonShirlings, ticOods-}ls '0 b
Cluck their waists, and shake their plumes. I-ish Linen coin iUCKERMANown cinens, .o is intended to be keoI
When at midnight all is still "iENRY f f. TUCKERMAN, Dundee Bleached Sheetinigs; Yellow Ntkins, of latctonrs. They rea
Hear his geese with voices shrill, IA S FOR SALN, arket-street, Pelid Giisse hrs; lrotinet h es; Css Flanerls, those who have unsei
At-the silliest thought of harm, iAl a Ns. Ianrd 6, a',ketstree, 'elisse Cloths; atitnets; Kerseys ; Flasieels, those whe rnve. uns
ase the silliest thought of harm,4, 8-4 and9- WH'NEY BLANKETS, a Blankets; Ladies' Worsted Hose, adjust them.
Raise tie tocsin'of alarm; erio4 article Im novi4 Gilt Coast Buttons; Iron Suspender do. ,
While from the barn yard round, upeior rticl 11 A few dozen .ondon transpatent having Soap. .oct 10
Echoes back the streaming sound. Winter pressed adl Summer strained wanted as above, aio iutelligent and itdlul '
See the lofty turkey co, rm il AD as ani apprentice. ov' 28ait
MonarLch of the feather'd flock, CARTWRIGHiT & MITCHELL Leghorns and Russia Diapers. j tle finh of TU
Like a haughty potentate, I-FFER for sale, at No. 26, India-street-105 JUST RECE1VED, USHING, is by mc
Strtutting round the yard of state, caaskrumm -ensat eined.SpermnOil, 40 casks CASE Leghorni Honnets, from No. 40to No. El
Filled with anger fierce and dread, *Whale Oil, and 20 boxes Sr1)rmacetiCandles, haud- l 50, vbry superior quality ; 3 bales Diapers- SA
At the sight ofda'ring red, ing trom soops Emily ,ndOExpseriment with a gencrrl assortment of English and American TH
Swell'd and gobb]inr as he goes, ..I..V STORE... Good-lbfor sale at No. 67, Court-street, corner o EDWARI) UCI
Dire destruction nhis foes; 45 casks Summer Oil, Sudbur'v-street. 6sp n, v 3 PARKMANCUSH
ire destrucon c is oes; 4000 gallobus best Winter pressed Oil, e ness under the firm
Bat, like other tyrants, lie s500 fbs.'Whal.tboe, press IS BELTS. TUC E
Soon will lose his head, you'll see. 40 terces C'arolina Rice, "- UST received I case of Elastic Belts,.for Gen- Tley will, for the
Ere the morn unlocks her doors, 41 casks old L. P. Madeira, entitled'to debent. iflemen's woar, superior to any thing of the Samuel arkmina, Es
Whence a stream Of day-liglit pours, nov14 kind ever before offered in this market. were they offer lotor
Ere the bacchanalianr goes WOOL. KELLEY J HUDSON, p'ime BRITISH an
Fiom his cups to seek repose, t WBALES (stpled) IMElINO WOOL; Se-sree. e pr son.
Hear the garie cock's clarion peal, 4d do. MERINOWOOL, in thefleec-ust Earlhe Glass and China Ware. SA, UEL o
Breaking sleep's misteiious seal, received tid fol r le at No. 41, Central wharf. M IL AELa MELLEN & C r ocupy n S tore,
Like a summons-from the skies, oct ]7 tf ICHAEL MELLEN &.C,0. now receiving a gene
Calling mortals to arise, NAoV.8, UN.IONV-STR'ET, I17 GOODS.
While each faithful Centinel H.aRi WIRE. ""AVE received, by the Glide, Tritop, and All persons indebti
Answers aloud that "all is well." -f & S. A. GODDAD have tfor sale, an eIte. tsr late arrivals, a superior assortment of ERMAN, ROGERS
Industry obeys (he call, .sive assortment of Hardware andl Fancy s lTHEN WARE, comprising a varietyof tihe c to make immediate
Rises, hastens to the stall, GOOiDS, cheap or csh or undoubted notes. which they offer the wht concern d TU
And replenisheswith food, Oct 17 iis-es .). t,'Ki hm-cteet, package or repack to order.
And replenisheswith food, co, 195 boxe India China Tea and Dining aug 25 tf
All his stock and all his brood, gJAM iES CARTER" Sets; Coffee BowIs,and Sueeris,&e.; 20 cases half JY
T o un1hm ntft lsup'aly y'or 17, pitJTumblers, wift, a good assortment of-Flint OTICE is herehb
To a bontiflsconssty fr sle-R sian, Sowedish, ed ieGlass-AN
Back the husbandman returns, AS conglis Inty fON, flae-suare, ean d round th N. B. Prime assorted Crates, particularly or- AGAN, MiC
Wheeisirs, English MON, flatsquareandroundilld the country trade. as usuaI Iob ItHOMAS BRUCE,
Where his fire now brisldy burns, ~AILS, RODB, HOOPS, and PLATES, ofevery s, under i firm
'Where the partner of his joys- description and size--recal (L) blistered STEEL,. C.Ccpl have constitute
Iosy giiuls and healthy boys, Alse, Londoi Crown WINDOW GLASS. S UPE'RIOR LEG1 SORXN S'TRA WS. neyssand Agents to:
Kneeling with him round the ehlairs, Jan St entf 'IIS Day received, and are now ready for sale, concerns, and for thi
Send to heaven their martin prayers: .RRD REat Shop No. 9, CorniillI ease elegant hem tieir copariner
Thu's the year with him begins, 1i L IRD R i WdRE. LEGORN STRAW HATS, Nos. from 40 to bed to pesen te r
Thus the race to heaven he wins. XT]8EWELL& BURDITT, No. 28,Bread-street, 54H he t e very.eap r ash. s romo) re r
1 have rceiv-edy the late arrval tiomLiver- .s-extra long and habit Kid Gloves; Thread the subscribers before
0oacxatnpool, an extensive assortment of Laces ; Garnitre Ribbons; Silk Plushes; -Silk next, or uits will the,
s -h .ine, Birmingham and Shefield Wares, Velvets; Merino lniimmings; figured Bomba- AN.Il
'No c prisg every article usually wated for tie zctts; Pelisse Flannels, &c. &e. eptf nov:3 ANDI
'!. u. IrQ by Country Trade, whichthe ofler nthemosC-- E. aP GOODS. .Boston, Aov. 5, 1
---- ... ..- ably e terms, iorcash or credit. 16sp -so'rt 19
I ii .- JON.. HODG- REUBEN PUTNEY, THOMAS S
"-"-'.. T r.sa BANGS & BRADFORDS, 60,.larket-street, (Sou'rT SinE,)
-_ n, ne is o. 25, RO -SIEET, AS just received lirom New York, and offers AVE received f


"-.. -= .-"-"-"- h of package or piece. tf oct 3 1 do. Fuiniture Patch, ofsupenrior quality, retail. Likewise a g'
S--'-- .. firo i oT 1 do. Sinpedh Silk; 2 do. Callcoe, misses drab and black
on a very simple plan, saving much manuel labor, BUFF.,LO OBES. It balB lomnbazetts, assorted colors, blue and pink Ostri
also great portion of soap, and is much less irju- 7u 6 be sold, a quantity of BUFFALO ROBES, ai 8-4 LiTnein D-adk, 'r Cotton do oa ing los
-' ouseo cl o es than the common'rmode ot wvashin. al f ro.rd Rr. v Ath lo n atleseC.-Sa I etoDip 4C. and 6- Cottoii o. oct 13
The following is thIe Report of a CommTiteet o a-f aAbb, No. 10S OraIge-.str, or Cottan Hose ; Silk andKid Gloves, e. IIPES. L
he Agricultural Socety at Brighton, Ot. 19,182t. of HE Y 1ESSINGER, No. 80State-street. 3:00 yds. American Sheeting Is to Is per yd. dT LACK doulIeclh:
A Washing Maelude was presented by Mr Cash naid tor Furs as above. Smn sept 19 2000 do. do. Shlirtings 10 to,4U els. |Nankin Crapeni
"-odgdoin, of Newton, for exhibition oyv, and not A good assortment ot Ginghams striped ad a Canton do. elest
lor pre[nirum,whha consists of a Rotatory'i e, Sturlb- PieCe GO dsf antd -LcardlW(e. .check'da, Pltid andil striped S
d' by a crank, peratiug on a horizontal block, the White and fellow Flannels. Blck Kerscv re
sides of vh.eh are planes ifcliring awards the cn- & E. PHILLIPS, o, Sinueand black lroadelotks and Csssimre; lack Quee's Clo
of the tub, and oip g its wrrk chiefly by pressure-- '-AVE received by the late arrivtis part of Sattinets, e. The above will be sold very cheap Tilack, white nd clo
was ut to treil in the fl.mily of Mr. Dudley, Inn- their Fall supply of Goods, which, with their or cash. tf ang 11 Black figured Silks
Holder, Brighton, tundler the direction of your coin- former stock, co Nprise's an assortment, of S ilk iose anti Gilo
mittee. On exaniunaloi all the persons who were Rhiodes' Bomb.azetts Ctton Caabries CALVIN WASHB URN, Cambric Muslins ;
experienced in such operations, and who hlad work- Furnitures Kerseys No. 8, AiKE'Ti i'REIC iazetts,; I hal'
ed with it; and others, who had seen its effieet u- Cotton Thread Vestings ''AS recently received vniet "of ssorable 5-4 and 5- black B
narimously declared their opinion that it was lthe Bindings Calicoes I GOODS, to wit 1 ase lk n n
best machine br this put-pose thy hadh ever seen, Plaids Britannia IIdkfs. Sutper-tine Broadlothsof various colors, pr 'ard ; 1 do.
and thatithad done as amu work in o he lour, as .,r Tapes Commo and crs do. do. do. so-Leghor o
it would hisave taken; the samne hand halt H L day to I ..... inslsns CSuperine Cassin-eres do. do. whichh will be sol
have performed in the ordinary way. This I- eket Ikl Broadcloths fiddling do. do. do. less thn an be
chine onoould have heen entered for [nremiurm, had M'n's Gloves 'l'bby Velvet, c, M g ..'i do. d 0. less than cim be hi
it not een r a: misapprehension concerning cur Ala-n gcnerr.1 assortment of Vl[ )11 ,' ;AI Quess Cos ia rb Pa istl Bl 'c ashnlyn bI pc sr
ruses, for which Mr. Hodgdon is not responsible. ii C .'LE11Y among 'l "i l, (per [leralt) s ,elanhouitsotnd o iherCoi s, c!1sh, No. "8 ieen-
Under these circumstancesyour Committee recom- quantity of ,id.gers' Pnknivcs; Rtazors; Seis- lue and' ixed Pla i
menil to tbe Trustees to award to Mr. iodgdon, sors ; Files; Knives and Forks ; Wood Saws, White and colored Flarnels ; Gren Bokings, Jet black and col
considering the nature of the Maehine and uits ap- We. ;-and are lli offered lb r sale on very l easion- R.ose Bl.nkeiwts, 8-4 to 12-4 ; Scotch Plails ifor
parent ulit, the sum of 10 dollars." able terms, at No. 2 Phillips' Buildings, Kily- lmi tV
About l, rtv of the shove dlescribend Moiaelines are street. tlt1f"rrAt sten t 6 obe..o ted colos, .:'aE ,,,., t.

nov -,AN -- U I ES. Vale;in,; and coameon Vestings, 1 case jet black, pe
FOR S.ALE. s 'n" st L"cin-..s ER,No.o Ncwe, l l -st. rii".C. ihiN.In W's-i; '.alicoes Uimilies, white twilled SILKS
A STEAM SAW-MILL, and lot of GROUND, Laitsiuegi is rece nel eirm IRrance, 100 doz. sf Ca..b, ;s Musima; Brown a.l black Linens, lisscs,.
sitaate on Point lheasant, Keinsinstos, Philad- 1 nC es ir l ,ac'dc t'n raimes, 10, 1"2 and Enghsh Silk and Latlher Gloves, I ase broad' colored
elphia.'l The lot, hs eigty feet front on thte Delas ., as .l s aoi sle tby th? lnzen or Italan Sewi,,g lri'k ad rapesi, ke. ,. ing a variety of beauti
wanes, arnd extends te'same breadth t0 feet re .o B uougit n oston. ,en r nt' .-,cased by eee or "ard, on ed bloade and finer tn
across Penn.street tno saeach-mc tret, ha5 feg et s nd tri-sm Los.n on. t-se...i. o.liadis' B s e p- ui set "f n-a veri elegant :'t
fronts; One on the trivet', two on PendI-street, aton a arissmomgs f tie ne.st patt-ensI ", vi ... e1ase inan1roan do.
ne e.-Beachtstrleet. n. d sre- 1 ts, f gen tliemiB's youth's anci '"- "-oS, white cnn a"viety ( "
The steam Engmine ofixt een horses power, is in Lai el onn' sT .lr..,y rile in tie tter's ,i. ... o the est work and materials, ianu- .les--san extensive
perfect order. The Mill drives two saws, arnd enu oet 17 .roard irnad. .' .. I n,d sold at tle very low series ttof .IlSl POPLINS;
w logs sixty-five ect inen th, which are draw n, i 4 at o. 76, Nwburystreet, LVE'lSofsuperi
from the dock oa thci liver sby the Engine. The M(Iathematical enstrumlcts, --.. nopp.site the Lamb T:hvern i, .. .
Mill is ahnostnew atd in complete order., 'r F i ii c.u.s-, oo.aiws. AlsO. Foxing neatly done, atonly S, according F.iLJLL J ,D, .t
The Engine willadmitof being applied to a Cof- B N. On N G a Cr e to a most nn;;-oved plan. LEWIS alEIHERSY. SELl
ton Factorn, its power being the same with that of O t ," No. 57 broad-stricet. !as re- nov 28 IB "lElBEN VOSEs
the Globe Mill Cotto e n Factory, which drives four oe Ceived by the itldin Packet, n ..."s 'litional t ew rodis south' E
thousand i indles .dcan bemused for spinninuor. splyof Matheiatical and Optical ins.trunIcuts, BULBOUS FLOWER ROOTS. ofer.ie hIs extensive
inu any other branch. Its situation on the 'Dela- ,e.c.Atmongst nh-ic, ', hi.st ,'ate METAL JOSEPH BRIDGE slO e, at a htle m
ware, in the heart of the manufacturing district EX'ANTS ; ."WOl Do.; DTL.'.SGOPES ; a, r reevOUR(TS''r ,l' one of the nmiost comnpl
affords many advantages, while the exposure of the Night and Day do.; Pocket, and Military do.; l o^ i b l'c'L tie Winter Shoes, in Bost
lot admits other erection of nuneromus buildinEgsfor Spy-glasses; Guner Scales s.eel and brass.j.oint AS fir sle, j lst receives. h this b Ig "- rocco talking S hoes,
the accommodation of weavers. h)ividers; cases Matlmatleal Insu ents, rom s l.ady, fos Rot ltrdan-2 cases con tinmg and morocco Slippers
'The olei jectLa.groand rent witlD lib- 51 .5io 5to t5. Clartss, late publications o a la..rge I a .:s nItnein t fo uI u ois, tuberous ansti o n Snd Denmaikoss '
erty of'ctinguishment at the option of the pu ,- si. ...,,, a; parts ol5Ie globe, ic. -tns,, "T.cs' 'i, "' es, .ilos I. ti- Ln, iad kiels' eorocco oot
seri. Apply to JA.onMES GIUSON, or JOHN .i,,lca.sl is ownv Mmufcttira, Telescope .a"us ; i tls; double Jonqu.Hs ; tenon.ule, ; clf-skin GIcSON, No. 78, Walnut-street, l'hihadlphia. tudants ; laiu, double, ani single T'nient A2em>n-,tes; Crownlersia s; lveauithus M'a- oes iro" BL 25et-
nov 3. ep, n Quadrants ; S. Browning's highly ,imp.o.ed Strm issues; white Lilies ; Mar 'tgan Lilies, ol sorts ; Men's stout Boots, S
SConpasses ; best Amplitude and b-ass and wood G'lehicums; Cyclamens; C'ocus, &c. Winter, S ; r' enl
NEW ESTABLISHIENT Steering Cnompasses, will agate ani( bll metal '1 he aoove order wiasesccted switi greatcreand c' 0o e4
AT Ba 'LLOWS "ALLS. ps an b' steel Centers brass Sirrey- ttentio'" limortel y oe of ltheit houses alo 50. pairo1en
HE subscriber informs his fm-erpds and the oh. Cim ae; yod do. i "h b.ass ui lgs aud lo ust reeived.from London t Vomen's morocco do
public thathe haspurthasedthestand atw el- t; L ofn wneh are warranted of the very evedo s suitable f the West-
pe rf eo tha "r,.lieAIs rsptrs tIne "sand all- tfr-st qua1itan. 'of Garuei and towel' Secsst t odil Garder w 'oesols, 5,N shirs" Sol 'e ttse'
lows Falls, on the Vermont side, lately occupied Milhasts fitingvel Si C s v -Pruninhg Knives, taidLing Krires Pruningr 5i 0 tieis ill! ..ealthe
by Mr. Welah, stnuate oni the nearest rout ifrom D er ere _nst o l ol, t s abovI," 1' o nd-S s,o r'de Reels and iines Sooo, Tt&e e'^ s t,'inL .
BosLon to Saratoga Springs, wlich Ihe has spared the price an it abov toexamite Dutch Ho Edn Irons, &. wid a good assert ". H illsell t
io expense fiIttng upm in tie ost genteel mannaer, ,N B. .t.l e ntnih an tices.I stu ..nsf ''Sf 'ES T INDI ) GOODS AND 10ri uncommonly low prici
,nith every possible oaivemlenee t athetcaihntb tofnund eves-vetoOpu roftitof",'1'kS'1' ,l.... GOODS AND tO- O tsi3-l.ose.

in any Hotel. He flatters hImself tuere is io int e sptn claer, Oetair sr rectified, f r Ct'htveaigna-s. i"-. .... ..IC
house between Boston aud Sa atoga Spnrings better bet r, esonab mse tels. ieo v7 S isCn '' SPRING,
calculated to give comtnort to Ladies and Gentle.- O ct 1 a nut stantly recOivinG;,
men travelling than his ; always keeping the best g. RCiHA DT N JO- SEPH E. BORDMAN, & CO. ries, nhd offers rar sale
)nroviaoras and liqnors that ean be obtaiseh, withi T- "H A"I" -DSou s- ad Gsf/I"vv" st /.>/' grat-variety of C('
goodbeds, andeverpossibleattelton-lhaving ex. n AS conta.itly on hand at his Manufaetory '^. 1 ', r sn N' t.s '..O S, cotnsitling i
excellent accommodations for horses. TIe Spiinig 1.-I.tNo. 2, Newbury.strcetBoston, a large as- E t. crve str.o ...c ad 200 r" -oIdelothsi, Cssin
lately discovered on the premises, is dtesevedly 5o'tment of Block Ti Ware, PTAVe be a receive In-am a hrih alph P-e' ,
getting into otice; the waters are a oune d to be -tiles best Ptn i a la talPhlndeldia nU ISlaughteis Chambrays, t inghln
highly impregnated with tln sufate of iron, and .est red slaghstei Sole Leat e 4.4 bro i n Sud iBsec
haslatel ud some rely stuiborm c-acs of enup. eik 0011 pirmen's light CalflknShkes .. ane 7-8 brosn S
suing spring to ectsome rieuenet baths All "itetd to tme Spans' ari d V. India market ; 50.1en h Id r;o
faomsthankfullyacknewl b O hick pepi ged w rogans; 100 pair men's nailed and b'Irips lH t'ngh's,
ellJwOFalHNNo1 ROBERISON. sewed Wehlitigtoi, Hoots, 3 to 5 dollars men's Soes, als, Paper,
B-ll-s .a... l.... 1,18.. .8Si '"^ siand boy's nailed and sewed Calf Skin Shoes"; Wo- .... :..-
ISAAC BOWERS, viZ :--Block Tin Tea Pots do. do. l'itechers; do men's Roan and Moroeo Shoes, all prices; chil- 5000 lbs. first qui iity
TiTA/*ir- r Ts ~rv ,d n 'o. "Wasl Bowls amd Ewers; do. do. 'Tumblers, ldres's Shoess "nl Boots ; Leather and M~orocco, 500u do. rhiferent :.ra
I ..,TELLIGE.NC,,l. E OFFICE, do. do. qunrt nrd pint BeerPots: do. do.Lanms. various colors and prices. 50 reans Letter 'ai
No. 14 NWBU. 'IEI; 'it a 't gesca .irs"ltosss eIFerlo West-c m. mmo 21 "s1a" eas .ene .. ilk


No. 14, NEWBURY-STIEET,. with a general assortment ofPewter Ware. nov 2t latislawoGw 1 case being S ilk
W ILL register Lands or Houses, eitherflor N. B-.The above articles are warranted to be ... ...... supeetoi quality
sale, mortgage, or to let, ii town or country of the best materials and workmnanlship-also, auction anld COiTr 8Ol r niso s'tleSS0. Case advanced uon
Young Men or aWomen from the country, hlio cheaper than at ny other manutaetory. r tHE aubs.criber offers his services for thie tA Goods consigned Ibr
want places of any kind, and apply, will be'attend- r march 24 eptt i. sale of Real Estate, Vessels, Merchlan- sopt 26
ed to, and all business connected with the above disc, Stocks, Household Furnituire, 'kc, e. eiher .
transacted reasonably. tf July4 BLM CIC BILL' A.ND POM.ATUMI, at public Auction or at Private Sale. Any colr- A JOUIRNEYMAN
'FOU.VDA, 1 a ADE aind sold by JOHN ED.DMANDS, sounicationsleftatthe Office of Mr. SUMNEit, J good workman
4] N Lexington, 18th inst. one side of Leather.--~ [ Charlestown. MAass. near the New Misrket East Wing of State Bank, will receive hinediate ( e othei n
The owner can have the same by calling on N. House in the square. Sold also by JOHN MAY, attention. DUDL!%Y WAL[]. tIhn CcntielCountingli
iB, Lexijigtos.s- m M'ov 21 No. 06, Anu-street. Boston. tf nov 14 out 0O S&P


rship Dissolved. Cigars, Old Columbia, etc.
p heretofoie existing und er, "TkEBLOIS & TREMLETT have for sale, at
ADGElR & SON, is hereby 1) No. 66, BrOad st. (next to tilhe corner of
Sof J. Badger, on the 16th Of Custom House st.)-150,000 choice Cigars; 6
bbls. ild Columbiq ; 100 boxes Bunch Raisins ; a
DANIEL BADGER, few jars Grapes, and a general assortment of West
"' Sw'vivinigPartnor. lIndit Goods and Groceries. eptft dec 1
NOTICE. BARD WARSE.
ERl would inform his friends r' ORING & KULFER,. No. ,i Union street,
e intends-continuing. the bu- 4 haves received by the Parthian, Atlas, Glida
d Glazing, at tile old stand, and Me; cud v, the remaindert'. their' al. supply
Row, sign of Painter's Arms, of BIRM[IN'GHiAM ann SHEFFIELD -WARES,
are of their patronage. compiisinga ve y extensive assortment of
nov 28 Locks nid Hlnges, of every kirl, -
Wood Screws; Bed Screws i- Hand Saws,
'revs and Dealers in Urass Knobs, .
ricar0 Goolds. Knives and Forks ; Pen and Pocket do.
aviig formed a connexion Razors and Scissorst; Shovels anil Tongs,
let tie lierm of Cast Irh'on Boilers, with Patet Cnocks,
SMarshall's" Cast Steel (L) blistered Steel,
R & CLAP, Brass Kettles; Sheet Iron ; Horse Nails,
receniely occupied by .Tames Brass aud Copper Warming Pans,
street, inform their friends and Aiivils and Vices,
are ready to receive on con- Richard Htem-nminig R Sons silver eyed anudsuper-
Woolien Goods,of every de- fine Needles. ..
, Shoes, HIts, Paper, &Sc. on -ovx a.'sn- -
Sliberal advances. Sheat Lead; cut and wrougbt Nails, 40 to 20d
hand, and offer tbr sale, o0 t'ut nd wrought Spikes ; -hNovels ; MT ill Saws,.
enieral assortment of Domes- Wilidow Glass.; Hollow Ware,
ales -of Cotton, which article Powder and Shot; Gerthi.n Steel, &c. &"c'
it constantly for tlIe supply dece 1 ep2mi
peetfully request tIhe cuntinu-
r former customers, nod that HOSIERY, GLOVES, &c.
settled accounts wil l call nd SMITH & GORE,
NATIhAN 'TYLER, SMe.- 3, Gf O ',
JAMES CLAP.A No. 3, iRLB .ORO'-ROIW,
elGa rLi-AV"E received by the Mercury and Triton, an
ee additional supply of Worsted, Lambs Wool, Cot-
IO TICE. ton anld Silk Hlosiery,Leather Gloves, London .riaie
i et e existingnder Lambs WVool, Segovia, Worsted and Fleecy Wals-
CKERMA ," ROGER" S coats 1n(1 Drawers, Gout Shobi, Travelling Calp,
tuh consent dissols'ed. ihihh'en's F eccy Mitts, Fleeevy losier'y ii pictce3,
ual nsent dissolved. &e. which they oli er for sale atwholesaie aid retail.
MUELD TUCGE RMS, nov A28 a ,m .
O10MAS P. CUSHING. PLAYLVG C .flDS.
[KEIZMAN ald TIhOMAS
ING, will continue todobus- SAAC W. GOODRICH,. Stationer, No. 76,"
of, n State-street, will sutpp )y persons in want o
N H Playintg Cards, by the groce, dozen,or single pack.
Ani es t CUSHING. of at.as low prices as they easu be ebtlineh at the
present, occupy the Store of manul'ctories. Figured or .plain acks,alf qinali-
q. No. 12, Merchants'-row, ties. Persons in want of the above wonud find it
sale, a 0 new importation of o their advantage to i'arward orders to I. WV.G.
d IRISH GOODS, suited to or any quantity. 3.n scpf 29
R.ts, will c6ntintfe to IEMO VdL.
o. 3, Market-strent and is w iTIrFkE & BAYLEY have removed from Nq.
ianl assortment of seasonable i 67 to 55 Cornhill, where they offer for sale,
a general assortment of Eluropean, Indii, and A-
ed to the late firm of TUCK- mericn Gods, viz. 1 bale black and eoined
S & CUSHING, are request- Bombazetts ; f do. blite and drab Pelisse Cloths;
e paymentto the subscribers, BroadclotLsand Kerseymeres; I bale white and
tzed to settle the accounts oft coloedi Flannels ; I case ePtIeles, elegant pat-.
KERMAN &- GUSHING terns; 1 case Worsted Hosier'y ; .' do. black and
eVo. 12,Mlerchants'-.ros colored Nankin Crapes; plain and twill ad Silks ;
' OTICE.I Caliec;es; Muslins; Cambries,; Linems Linen
y given,that PETER FIN. Damnask and Diaper; Riussia Diaper ;. slovs ;
tAEL ONLAY, asd .Slheeting and Shirtings ; Sattinetts ;Ticktngs, &e,
, late'Copartners, as' Brew-
of PETER FINEGAN Y GL W
d the sobseriLers their Attor- CR OCtJARY .'D GLA.SS iRE.
settle and close their company ~" lisubscriber has just t-ceeived per ile At-
at purpose have assigned to lhis-sa general assortment o'edg'd and cream
shilt property. All percons eolo-reds Platts, 'l'oas. liowlesM, ugs. Jugs, se 4& .
ist sait Compainv sire iquest- whicl together with his former stock, m.na.,es his ns-
and all persons indebted to sertment complete--all of which lie offers t fair
eqnuested to make payl)'ment to pries tr cash or approved credit. Ware repaek-
e the first day of December ed ::t the sho-test notice. iWM. EAYRS,
n be instituted. nov 17 epSw No. 0, uBrnadl-streel.
SIMMONS, IOTIC .N'I .E.
t9W DUN.LAP, JOHN R. ADAMS,
821. 'sl .TTOd EY AT JAW.

STEARNS & CO. a' AS established himself in K.:nmieunk Port,
Xmo. 22, COR.NHILL, [1 (Me.) where he will attend to any businesss
fiom their M anuFaetory, one in thle pritession that may be entrusted to hitm.
tlemen's voulb's and chihlien's Iteer to '
cr with'their stock on land, GIoaE BLxA ,Esq. U. S. Attorney,
rtmaent. They offieru'heiisfor t'djMassacAiusetts Dist'ict, uald
unable terms, at wholesale or ToniA LOit, Esq Merchant, Boston.
oodl assortment of ladies' and oct 10 6m
lheaver Bnionets; dralb,black,
ch'Plumes-; hat and bonnet.
nld Umbri-ellas. .


i:nedi Levanminiies, best quai;tv,
black andul colored, q
t colors,
ilksa; hacek Sarsnets, SU 1MER LE'STABLISHMENT.
hsh,pin and twille colored Italian Craps, te
i black Nankin Crais.lShawls, T EAVES Roston on Mondays. Wednesday
es ; Linen Cambi-ios, &i audI Fridnlys, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
1 bale Rhodes' blaehR.Bom- at Francestowni same evening. Leaves Frances-
Rhodes' Worsted Bomlbaziie, town at 4 o'clock, A. lM.; dines st Windsor, and
ombizines, arrives at Royalton same evening. Leaves Royal-
lorecd stout Leventines, at as. tl ont 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives at Burlington
double F'le'ences, a -9. same evening.
,n1cts, Irom No. 45 to 50, 2ETU?7 fNI/VG-Leaves Burlington at 4
d to else the same, at prices o'clock, A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
ought in this town. nrdays, and arrives at Royalton same evening--
il'e offered for sale heap, for Leaves.-Royalto:. at 4 o'clock, A. M. und arrives
yard, by STEPHEN PHIL- at Francestowni sa.ine evening. Leaves Frsinces-
'y-street. nov 21 towru ut 4 io'clockC, A.k.-M. and arrives in Boston at
4 o'clock, P. MAL. "
lored Levantine Silks, Towns through ,ohich it passes fraom ISBoston:
* Pelis'es. Charlestown, Medford, Wobiirn,' Billerica,
1 ASKELL, o. 29, Marn Chelnsfi)rd, 'lyngsborogli, Dimstable, Amherit,
ave just rccecived from New- Mouint Veroa, Francestownrllilsorougl>, \.asls-
iiingtoo, Goshen, NAewport, Claremont, Cornish,
arl, sale, lavender, drab and M-nds or, (Vt.) Hartland, Woodstock, Barnard,
, of the best quality for Pe- Royaltonu, Randolph, Brookfied, .Williamstown,
eMontpelier, Waterbury, IBtton, Willistonto Bur-
d BOM. iAZINES, conflini- lington, then by Steamboat fbr Montreal.
lul shades of c!'lor, wnrrant- Each passenger uaClowed thirty p'r nds baggage
li:an any over before imiport- gratis. Ose hundred and twenty pounds equal to
iide for Dre.sscs. a psassscger. The Propr;etors will not be .ccount-
mong which is one piece of able ibr any baggage unless receipted tor.
colors. Stage Books kept atRILEY'S,No. 14, a.iek-
nssortment of ricli fig'-red street, Boston, and at JOHN HOWARDS, Bur-
black and ilored 'lSILK lingtoll
-or quality. nov 21 BUTMAN RICIIARDSON, P...' frm
ASA BUlTTERFIELD, ",s ,r
'INTE1R SHOES. DEAN ALDS, io nso,
LING OFF. EDMUND LAWRENCE, ,
No. 5, Mnarlboro'-stret, a iF. .i1r. lPETTIS, iPrnpi's from
of lMariboro' Hotel, is now ROBET' IARlKER, fl'inilsio to
Stock of BOOTS and HARERIS EA''SON, Wlingto
ore than cost. It conImprises JAMES Wi1lCOMhB, l
ete assortmoacts ot Fail and Julily 25 eptf
on. It consist of Ladies' mo-
Irnm 51 to 1 50 ; do. kid VALUABLE MaEDIGIN*iE.
t'ronm 87 cents to 1 ; pru- ANTI D)YSIEPTIC PILLS,
in, from 62 cents to 5l 37; 1Prepared by lteary James, New-York.
as, fro'n 1 25 to I 87; r'al A N approved and almost certain remedy for
t 25 to 1 75 ; Men s fine .i Dvspepsia, or Indigestion, llabitual Costive-
o 1 75 ; do. Pumps, 51; ness aumid Piles. '
i 50; stout seal-skim do. for It is well known that Dyspepsia is one of the
-skin do. very stout, 53 50; most frequent t'ornidanble diseases of our county.
"'s do. from 52 25 to 3 50 ; Its conmnnencemenl. is indicated in different patients
's coar.e Shoes; 2500 pair by varioussymptoms, of which tie most remarkable
; 800 pair Men's nal led do. are-
India d' Southern markets ; Ir.egulmarity of the howels, obstinate costiveness,
r ; 5 'doz. Ca!f-Skins ; 30 violent head:nche, commonly called nervous or sick'
Sheep Skins; Hindiiing do. licaraclie, yellowness of tlIe eyes and ski, a'"idly
whole of his stock at. these of stomach after eating, often called heart' burn,
s. epitf nov 3 flatulence or wind on tIe stomach., bi :r taste in
thIe mnoth in thIe morning, tfited breath, shiowsaiess
.;M" GOODS. sfter dinner, debility, lassitude, emaciation, de-
No. 16, Kilib-street, is cou- lpr'ession of spirits, e.
direct from' te mnuufacto- 'The Pills now offered are' ntt proposed on the
* by tine psckige or liicer-ni h1rineiple of specifies. Thci, uLse was suggested
TON and WOOLLEN tl i}' hslt theo' eliey hs hien tesmel ay le"ig
iairt of n"int iud titllil experience ; and tme result has been
lura Semtlinres u hparalled suCcess. .
eis, e'ti taking, Piles being connected with indigestion and os-
s, tienesncs, are certainly andil speedily removed by the
ued Sheetings, Pills,
hirtings, Pforsons nfliotlcd within any of thIe above symp-
Al.or'n hnecks, toms, are assured tsat thei Anti 1)yspeptic Pills
he Clots are ar c'nedy well wnnth. their attention, anid emti-
Coths0, tied to their enrtie' confluence.
etF.s Forsalie bv MAYNARD & NOYF.S, agents,
eIS.. N. 48, Cornhill, Boston, and ELIJAHl POIL-
Lambs Wool, 'li Sem. n wt


lesFleeced,. HOGS FOR S.Lt.
lper' t O be sold, at the Almhns House in Salem, FOR--
, black and assorted colors, T lY file Il GS, i one lot-tley will aver-
ool, nd evagery description anv 40 swt. Any person fishing to
c-l e ra nde ey ei or Iso puirchiaise tilem, must apply immediately to Mr.
CO'isale. PsPAUL Ul I'ON, Keepe rc the Ahmns louse.
copiseoseoptJy S.dem, Nov. 17, 1821.: 6 p

Brush Maker. One lwho is '1/'0 JBI, LET',
and can be well recommnend- )ART ohfa HOUSE, pleasantly situated in
1c1d apply) may inquire at -I Clharles-street, niear:h e Commuon, suitable .for
Room. noy'28 a small genteel lmnily. hiquire at No. 54, Mar-
ket-sireet. td sept I ,?


Dr. FLAG,
I,. 10; I"'lViT R-STIrkET,
S" l' ed 't... cl'..qu;'h all oller iLadcice,
slli a., ien i: uaiel to the. Uental
Branch ,,1 l. s-- i- 'si .. '
Hed-.- tllii, m :n conviction, .iltf. (I I 4m the
practice ol man I : T:I, iI tillis- brautl.', thI ue
ianagen. rIt Il the i ell, n..d the dienits eSol pirts.
inmed .l..... r,. I .;,Ii den.', a-ich g ner.'ly,
come un .l.., I.. e r *I, i l' il.l Suig ., I'5nt1 1, r'-.
quire l.,: ,. i: e at.enurl. ol tlh ir.aetlilioi.er.
e *Iln all onas," h ed with theli, i:.D r... .'.i: It, Dr. F. will afllrd
his assistant" : u. ,. ki ,i -.-
0n Dr. F. proposes, in the course of tlhe epats-
ing winter, to givria concise course ,o lectures 60'
the Structure and Diseases of hie Teceth.
nov 10 eps\v
JOHN A. LAPHAM,
"IESPECTFULLY acquaints his Iriendis and
the public, that he has commenced the Ba-
king BISsinus, in Rxbury-street, at the stand late-
ly improved by H. Bro'yn & Co. where he will
be happy to accommodate tlose who may .favor
hiim with their eusou, with every variety of Bread,
as good' anul Cieap) s can lie fturuisled eitlier in
towrn'o country. '
]')inner :and Supper Rolls prepared for parties or
tamilics at short notice. Gelntlemne.i who may;
Nwisll thcirtfhnines suliplicd with Brexd, Cakes or
lolli, consiiitaly, may be necommLodated on. gooi.
tleris, by appliviIg as above. l"'om pail teationi
will always be given, and evory fivour re eiled
and acknowledged awith gratitude., epSIm au 18 -
aluiabile Gist Mill for Sale at Auctiom
'f ILL be sold, on I'TUltiSDAY, the 1IStf
t 'lay of December next. at 2 o'clock, P. M.
one uUdivided ]lf nart of a valuable Grist Mily,
with two run of stones, and a stream of water, aim-
ply sufficient for said Mill, at all seasons Of the
"year, situate in Ncwton, adjoining the Fiarl of
Gen. \Vm. Hull, and about 7 miiles ftom Boston.
Sale to be on the promises. For further particu-
lars and terms of sal,, apply to F,- I k LUCK
at:the Boston Meal Stall, or of tie-subscriber at
the Mill, in Newton. SAMUEL BRIGHAM.
novi;8 :
STOP THIEF.
STOLEN from the waggon of the subscriber,
last'evening, the following articles, viz :-.
pieces Brown Sheeting, a little over a yard wide ;.
I loafof Sugar, about 9 lbs.'; 6 two bladed Knives;
12 do. iAgured bone handles, two bladed; 6 English
B read 1 ives, with routrd handles, and brass Irule
on tlia, handles ; 1 set Tea Knives ins.ked Ellin
Smear ; steel wilih white bone handles; 2 dozes
Lead Pencils; 6 Garving Knives in I Forks with
buck horn handles,and other articles not yet known.
Whoever willapprehend the thief or tbhives and
return lLihe above articles, or any of thLem, shall
receive a handsome reward, and-all siecessarv char-
ges paid. OBED BAKER.
Dedham, Nov 26, 1821.

A PERSON well versed'in the Auction and Comr
A y mission line in this town, and also in Lexing-
ton, in Kentucky, where he has transacted busi-
ness to a large amount, but owing to sickness and
losses by fire in descending thle '_aissisippi, oni board
one of the steanm-boats,he wis'ies'to obtain bu'sin .
Iq'ire ~h. ie Centinel Counting Roo'in. ,nov 8'
1',T v URSE 11 8 'W s A PLACI ..
A YOUNG marriCd \Woman,, with good recom-
iAmeidations, wlishoe childis only three months:
old, wishes a place in a gensileman's family ag,
W\et. Nurse. Inquire at the Cdntinel Courting
iRoom. nov 2

11,1OM the subscriberon the 23d inst. an indent-
ed apprentice by the name of WILULLIAaM
KIMIIALL. Said apprentice is in tie 16th year
of his age. All pers,."s are hereby forbidden to
narb.r I;r tris,. said apprentis., if 'they wish to
avoid the penalty of the laW ; uany personl"who will
return said apprentice to, me, shall receive Ono
centreward, and no charges paid.
BAINABAS LOTIIROP.
Randolph, 26th Nov. 18t21. ..
House to be Let furnished or unfeurnished.
& GENTEEL, warm and ple as:,hly situated
r Dwelling House will be let. to ai small iiiniily;
for the term of 6 to 9 nimonths, with or without the
flr'niture. A respectable i'aiily wishing to occupy
sulh a situation, could take possession iinmisdlate-
ly arnd have no trouble to furnish fuel and various
family stores, (all of the best kIid,) as they are
now laid in, and will be sold at a fair price. Ap-
ply at No. 8, Union-street. nov 21
TO BE LET.
CONVENIENT Dwelling-house, situated on
Leverett-street, and a street leading to the
Mill Pond. It contains 2 parlors, 2 kitchens, 4.
chambers, 2 upper chambers ; it has a spacious'
yard, with a well of the best of water. &c. Rent
'300 per annum, and satisfactory 'security requir-
ed.' .For further information, inquire at No. 4,
Atkinson-street, or at the Ceatiliet Counting.Room
nov 21


/ COW LOST.
STRAYED from the Mbrn of the subscriber, itn
S Jo:chlester, a large light red COW,.with a
short tail. Whoever will give information so that
she may be recovered, shall he generously reward-
ed by RICHARD URANN.
nov 21t
WA.,VTED TO PUlt CHA.SE.
A CONVENIENT and pleasantly situated
J Dwelling-house. For particulars inquire of
G. B. DOAN'S, No. 68, Court-street, or SAM'L
B. DOANE, Gouch-street, West Boston.
dee 1 epl3t
AA'JlM.1 FOR SALE.
F OR sale an excellent FARM, situated in the
south-westerly part of Harvard, Worcester
County, containing seventy acres of land, a house
and barn. The'laId is divided Hi tillage, pasture,
mowing, wood-land and orcharding, well wateredl.
Possession .an be had immediately. Inquire oT
ELIAS WARREN, on the remiss.
oct 6 eptf .
Tavern and Store to Let in ndover.
0riO Lease, for one or more years, that conveni-
J ct and eligible establishment for a PUBLIC
HOUSE, in the North Parish in Andover, near
the Meeting-holse, which has been long improved
s a Tavern, and the last three years kept by
Tlo. iAs Nr.wco0 .I
alsos. a STORFi and about fifty acres of excel-
leIt LAND in connection. For particulars, in-
quire of tihe present occupant, and -D:'. J'OS. KIT-
TREDGE, in Andover, or of the-subscriber, in
Globce.ter. JOHN KIT'TRiDGL.
N. B. Possession given immediately.
Andover, Oct. !27,18i21. eptf

PAVING- STONES, &c.
F ilE corporation of this city will give from this
(;ay to the first day of May. 1 J2, two dollars
ntIl filly cents'per ton for good rtund pavingstones,
nid 75 centa pI)er tonlo Ibr paving sand, and receive
the sulCs from the decks ot the vessels imrporting
lthesme i.to this port. They willalso give t2 1.-
cents pei ruining foot for 20,000 teet of curb, and
10,000 liet of gutter stones. ,'The cuo'b stones
must le not less' tan 3 feet loi.g, 12 inclies deep
by 14 inches thick; gi tee' stones not less than twa
feet long, 10 inches wide, and S inches thick.
J. ROFlIGNAC, f1ayar.
V'tew-Orleans, .?,ril, 1821. ci 6m
SITONE C UTT'IL3.
'IrE Bricklayers and others concerned in build-
S>ing, are rcespectfullyinbformed, that tilhe sub.
scribei, has commenced the above business iun Cam-
bridge street, where he will supply those m ho
will favour him with thiir custom at the lowest
I'ries. JOHN- TEMPLETON.
N. B. Also, Grave Stones of ill kinds.
tf march 7

COLUMBIAN C NTINE:L.
P.U"ticalh..'.l.e.rcaritile.....and Oi iaclldmuits.
PaM!ished on Irednecdays arid Satulrdayst o
lBENJAMIN lUSSEiEL,P'utlisiher of the Lavi
o0, the United States, Printer tu tlte Stata,ani
Propriet'r. uat his Ollice, Of ongcreet,.t."t---
TI'IMAS liUltS.ON, rut;er.


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