Title: Columbian centinel
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 Material Information
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
regular
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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: VID00023
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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 Related Items
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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L'BSCRIBmRTS to the." R. R. Asvlum," are
: isr lar .-, llintt 'ubs era omi, lo'r the" 22d year,
"ill be reeike-l at tlhu Asylum, c.very THURS-
I).., from ni.to 2 n'ulck, A. hI during tie en-
I s.rir n,,..il Thc'r alte'Lnu' it. his notice i. par-
tlldi 'I r'eqiuestedl. .
S-." P. L. FIiOTl.NGII\lM COll.. Sec'y.
-sep,9 ep4wv

SAGRICULTVL' AL NOTICE.
PT UlILIC noteie Bl.'ri ,g'en.eiai t ihe Trus-
teei1.f thlsgriturni SatReiy, of teff, crun-
t.1 of Pl n.,ultl.. fisve i 'irnytid lit G u tSI ow',
t. L'-ldb;htj'n of A iti'-l..l Prodneus,1 .aqu sarea
'- I i nl4,ht iipa I-'tels,t M-t tirolbi't'L's irpl,
or1'"ihp 't ridl. a utero, .M 11ON)AY
idy ol' O. lt r, ..' I i. L, r ence it p. o'-
at .,A. w s. :, ili rd'n-,,:,. ,:i ,l t ,, i.-. f ,
.. VE1,. I-,T. is-A.Mloi-i'--,M L_' -.k. ''
teist lthel'i'r.. ',,s, l st i .. Ii ,t tlih .h...' rI Oflicers,
anil I' IIh.' itl.n; :u I rilich r i l',usin -is as shall be
laid before them 'y the Trustees, will be held at
Mr. Hollis's lHall, iu Plymouth. on MONDAY,
the -19th day of November next, at 7 o'clock, P.
M. DANIEL 110WARD, Pres.
iAridgewater, Sept. 10, 1821.
-.
Theory and Practice of Vocal Miusic.
T HE subscriber would. respectfully inform the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Boston, t..at lie in.
tends, on Micnday EveningI, 15th october, to open
a School, in Comidll Square, on the same floor
withlIand opposite to Mr. lirown's Drawing AVad-
emy, tfr instructing in thie above art.
The Schotol ill be opened ifor one term only
eomptising thirtvy.two evenings, .or lessons two
evenitgs per week, Mlonday and Thursday ece-
nings. Terms of tuition, &c. may be learned at
the'above time andl place..
Ladies, who have, at any time, received of the
subscriber private instruction in singi, areinvited
to attend gratis. J. BAILEY.
sept 29
French and Spanish Languages.
SALES, informs his friends an.l the puilie,
', that he w ill open his tening Instruction in
the F'ronch and Spantish/ Languages, on TUES-
DAY, the 2d of Oct. next.
Private Tuition, and Translationi from the said
Lanuagnes, as also froni the Italian and Portuuese
attended to as usutai.
For terms and hours, apply to him, at his Study
Room, No. 13. Franklin-street. 3sp sept 25
THE MEDFORD ACADEMY
rol'l rYONe LADtES,
LiONTINUES open for the reception of pupils
(- who may be instructed in the solid Ind orna-
mental branches of education, and to whose mor-
als and improvement, every attention will be paid.
G6sp JAledfbrd, September 19, 1821.


MISS C. HAYDEN
"TJ A3 commenced her Academy for the instrue-
(ion of x'oung Ladies in the various branches
of Female Education, viz :-Orthography, Read-
ing,'Englishi Grammar, Geography, with the study
of Maps and Terrestrial Globe, Ancient and Mod-
ern History, Witing, Arithmetic, Needle Work,
',wilia !ird Pluaini^ ia vwtccoho's and on Vel-


- Rfetence-."-Ree. HenryVatre.
Application to be made at tile School Room,
corner of Hanover and Court-street. Entrance at
the third door in Hanover-street. sept 19
SCHOOL.
R. G. F. THAYER gives notice, that seve.
hra f is pupils having been transferred to
the English assical School, for which he prepares
boys with expedition, a few more can he received.
His ittermediate School, from 11 to I, has like-
wise several vacancies. Boys of the Latin, or E.
C. School, can lie instructed at those hours, in the
hltanehes.not taught -in these seminaries, at No
5, Province House Row, third story.
sept 12 5t
EVENING SCHOOL.
. WHITNEY respectfully informs the young
J. gentlemen of Boston,'that he will open an
Evening School, in MONDAY, the 1st of October
next, on the lower floor of the new School Iouse,
in Derne-street, for the purptise of instructing in
TWriting and Arithmetic. Hours of Instruction
from 6 to 9. sept 26

EVENING SCHOOL.
M R. STIMPSON respectfully informs the
young Gentlemen of this town, that his Even-
ing School, for instructing the accomplishments of
Dancing, :will ecommetLe on MONDAY, Septem-
)ier d, at7, P.Mf. at his Academy No. It, North-
Allen-street. Terms of instruction, S2, to be paid
at entrance, and 8, at the close of the quarter.
His School will keep on the evenings of Mon-
days and Thursdays. ep6w aug 22

EDUCATION.
E'NCOURAGED by spevral gentlemen, the
subscriber has opened in Boston a school on
the following plan. Instruction will be given in all
branches of pure mathematics, and in thnir appli-
cation to Navigation, Surveying, Gaging, ,c.
In Meclhanicks, Astronomy, and the other bran-
ches of Natural Philosophy.
In the elements of History ani Geography.
In English Grammar, RI',etnrick, and Compnsi-
tion. and also in the Rudiments of the 'rehch
Language.
In Moral Philosophy and Political Economy.
Writing and Book-keeping will be taught if de-
sired.
-The school is intended to accommodate young
gentlemen preparing for mercantile and other pur-
suits, vwho may wish for an education superior to
that usually obtained in common schools, but dif-
ferent from a college education, and better adapt-
ed to their particular business ; and also, those
who are preparing for the University, either for
the Freshman class. or for an advanced standing,
excepting i tIhe Latin and Greek languages, and
in these occasionally if it can be done without intor-
fering with the other departments of study.
Students belonging to the University niay receive
instruetioi in mathematics during vacations.
Pupils atteidding-other schools, in which any of'
the above branches nre not taught, will be admit-
ted a portion of the time, with the consent of their
instructors.
No greater number will be admitted than catn
receive proper attention.
The school will be permanent should sufficient
encouragement be given.
Hours from 10 to 1, and from 3 to 6, at No.
38, Market-street. '
TE' I? / fS.
$60 for one year, to he paii qnarterlv; 0 fior n'
ene quarter ; 10 per one half of the time, if there attend another school,
and in proportion for one third or two thirds of the
time. l
Gentlemen are referred to Chief Justice P. iKr.n,
President KIlKI.A.tn, Professor FARIIAI, Protieo-
sor Evan'rT, or T. I.. WIxrunTniOP, Esq(
Application may be marle at CU.t .1INGS &
-ILLIARD'S Bookstore, or t the subscriber at
Mrs. Beate's in Cominon-street, Colotnate-row.
Ssept 19 WARREN C;OL.UR1N.
WILLIAM 110OVEY
AS again taken his old stand, No. 4, Tremoin
street, ard hns fitted- it ip in a most superior
atylefor the. accommodation of Boarders. Geo-
tlemen and Ladies who visit Bostotn will find its
situation more pleasant, and as central as any in
Boston. Good Stabiing will be furnished to
Horses, aondevery accommodation that is necessary
to make it agreeable to those that may favor hiy
with tieir custom. It' may 9mt


BOSTON, (fJlassachusetts,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 83. 821.


J POUR D)OLL~LS per .t ;r.nsas.


HIS PAPER TIlE LAWS, RESOLVES, &c. OF THE UNITED STATES, AND OF THIS STATE, ARE PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


aIo- _


WELLS & LILLY,
JAVE this day I-eceive.l an additlio supply of
t- GARDINER'S COMPEND-piiice B! 25
board, Sl 50 bound. sept 1;
XEW POEMiS.'
" UNROE & FRANCIlSthis pliliish, at-
4, Corihill,
Poems by Thomas Oaierne, A. M. in
as:,. i,.l '.,,',,,.ri n. I. I.citl.,;,iir.g the Nymph
fthe \ Hle} '.- ,..I| \lan..- P,>eai sept "r6


-THE ItRISTI..' :qL., ,.UAC'A
FOR. 182.
'3 i.,s dla publish d v LINCOLN V ED.
.1 .\A NMS, Na. 53, Cori-ill, mid ifor sale byl
Her, %A\ lh; .1Ilc, Salem ; Chfirles Whipple. NG-,' -
liii, ,' .. iy ith: Bykaelte i ges r ity. '-'.
SNewEnj1Brts. i e g &- 9 pacgroep. sept 26
.Yet' and Intere',ltiig Slection of Sa-'
cred Int.sic.
TH'E Handel and Hiaehn Society, desirous of
deffusng more generally a correct taste for
scientific Music, woulil inlorm teacherss ot'Smgingr
Schools. Choristers. and the Public generally, that
they cnotemplate issuing from ttie press-a Collec-
tion of Sacred Psalmnodv, selected frnm the most
eminent composers, and adapted to the. use of Sing-
ing Choirs Sanid Schools.
As it is the wish of many thit this should be a
standard work, no pains will be spared by the pub-
.lishers to render it worthy of patronage, by having
it correct, not only in notation, but-what is often
deficient in similar productions now in use, harmo-
ny.
A Eigored Bass willaceompaney every piece
throughout the work, inspected by at master, who,
in the science ot flusiceit is presumed, is secondd to
no one in this country. sept 25
District of Massachusetts, to wit :-
DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE.
BE it remembered, that on the seventeenth day
S of September. A. D. 1821, in the forty-sixth
year of the Independence of theiUnited States of
America, Wells & Lilly of the said District, have
deposited in this Office.the .Ttle of a Book, the
Right whereof they claim as Proprictors, in the
Words following, to wit:-" Elements of the Phi-
losophy of thefHuman Mind. By lugald Stewart,
Esqi. F.R. SS. Lond. and Edin. HIonorary Memt-
her of the Imperial Academy of Sciences at St.
Petersburgh; Member of the Royal Academy of
Berlin ; and of the American Philosophical Soci-
ety held at Philadelphia ; 'formerly P'rofessor of
Moral Philosophy in the University atof Edinburgh.
With Translations, &c. and ant'additional Appen-
dix. Two Volumes bound in ojie."
In Conformity to the Act of the Congress of the,
United States, entitled, An Act for the EnCour-
agement of L'arning,. by securing the Copies of
M aps, Charts.and Books, ta the Authors anid Pro-
prietors of such Copies,, during the Times therein
mentioned;" and also to an Act entitled, "An
Act supplementary to an Act, entitled, An Act for
the' Encouragement of Learn i;, by securing the
Copis of Maps, Charts and Books, to the Au.
this and Proprietors of such Copieq during the
times therein mentioned ; and extending th3.Ben-
efits thereof to tMe Arts of Desigiining, Engraving
aind Etching Historie.1, and othlie Prints."
JNO. WV. )D.'ISJ
t.S Cleric af the J- -stsict ef S.ivssai-",'u ~


Piece Goods and Hard'ware.
J. & E. PHILLIPS,
TAVE received by-the.late arrivals part of
their Fall supply of Goods, which, with their
former stock, comprises an assortment, of
Rhudes' B36mbazetts Cotton Cambries
'Furnitures IKerseys
Cotton Thread Vestings
Bindin gs alicoes
-Flamds Britannia Hdkfs.
Shurtii.g8 '1 aI,t .
Fl.nnes l il .
'ock.ec H-'..r-. I-;.i,-,,t.lomis "
Met.'s Gl,,-i T" .I,) V.'Ih %, e. 3
.?.frls- iy-..'r:.l ass')tmenttCr llRD I )WAlI E
and CUTLEPnY, imaorg, il,,oh, (pri Hi,lll na
quantity oq Itldgas' ehninl,..j-*: 'amou_:;. S --
t i .e IK. i,-s w ld m l',hI s. s ohn'l Si s' ,
C'.c -ald ar-e 0I' *e1ld1,i .fr ,ale .a vser iea.,min-
ible tqsas, at No. 2. I'li,,hlii,' h.l~tding.'., linlbi -
t l t.t. t S,],t .5 .

PELISSE OLQ TIIS. cc.
SBALE containing imperial and navyblue,fawn,
drab, pearl and deve colored Pelisse Cloths,
1 do. black and steel mixt and drab Cassimeres,
4 do. blne, black, harebhak and drah Broadcloths,
2 do. different shades drabaund blue IluntersCloths,
3 do. drab arid bine Kerseys,
2 de. 6-4 drab ati(i olive Duffils,
-2 do. green, white, blue and red spotted Swanskins,
1 (do. 6.4 stmit green lBdekings, ,
3 do. 5-4 and 6-4 white, yellow, red and green
Baizes,
3 do. 5-4, 4-4 4a. ld 6-4 white, red, yellow, crimson,
blue and green lannels,
1 do. searlet and tiwns Woollen Caps-for sale,.
with other Scasonialie Goods, on f ivrahle teims,
bv ISAAC C, KENDALL, No. 4, Kilbr-strect.,
"sopt 26 "


WILLIAM II. WARD & CO.
f.AVlE received per Herald, &c.-bales Plan-
S nels, Hockings and lBaizes,
Bales plain, black and figured Bonibazetts,
Do. Coatings, Dullils, Plains and Kerseys,
Cases blue Prints, dark Ginghams,
Cotton Cambrics, Shirtings, Irish Linens. etc.
which'are for sale at No-.lti', Central-st. saei-2

DRY GOODS.
DRAPER & STONE
A- AVE received by the late arrival. a large as-
sortment of seasonable DRY GOODS, con-
sisting of
Rales PIelisse and Queens Cloths, all colors,
do. Cassimere Shawls, plain atid bordered,
do. white and colored Flannels,
do, Rhodes' black and colored plain and twil-
led lombazetts, -
do. "Caroline Plaids"' a new article,
Cases black and slate Worsted Hosiery,
do. and colored Tabby Velvets,
do. nmen's and women's drat Beaver Gloves,
women's long white kid do.; colored habit
do;.
do. cotton Cambricks; do. colored do.; cam-
brie Muslins,
Tdo. Scotch Muslins, fipsred and plain,
Sdo. 4-4 Listons, superior bleach,
Sdo. linen Cambrics,
('do. fine Tiapes, plain and tnwiUed,
."'do. .PinSg- io. eat(On Slrs.


listed by WELLS it LILLY, price three dollars (ilaek Levantines; colored do. and Florences,
in neat binding. It is published from ithe latest 'Black tand white French Crapes ; Thalle Lae,
English edition, tnd contains Translatic ; of Latiu, )o. and colored Italian Sewing Silk ; Silk Braids,
Greek and French Quotations, which are aume- Plaid Garniture Ribbons, 5-12and 6-16; Satindo.
rous0in the above work. Plain Taffeta do.; Satin do. all colors,
-so--just received ind for sale biy WELLS & Silk Gloves and Hdosiery; Silk Velvets,
LILLY, Black Iand colored Bombazines,
Sermons by the late Rev. JOSEPH Silk Poplins, figured and plain.
LATHtnor,.D. D. Pastor of the First Church in The above are offered for cash or credit at No.
West Springfield, Mass. New series. Wiit a t.19, Market-street. 4w sept 26
Memoir of the Author's life, written. by hi'mself.- -
Price in boards t 2.\ sept ,26 ISAAC C. KENDALL,
L A T AS taken the new Store, No. 4, Kilby-strect,
PROPOSALS g-g and offers for sale by the piece, for cash or
FORt PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIPTION, .THE approved credit,
LIFE hilte and white Prints Dlo. do. Worsted do.
Two bloue do. Do.slatentid black do.do.
OS liqh 5 eol'd Fancy do, Girl's do. do. thi. do.
CAPTAIN JAMES WILSON, Assorted do. do. Do. do,. do. Gloves,
W HO commanded tie ship Duff,during the iirst Printed Muslins Men's assorted weaver
Missionary Vnoyage,and ait the establishment Copper plates Gloves,
of the first Massion in the Islands of the South Seas. Furnitures Ilaait do.
By the l?ev. JOHN *GRIFFIN, of PorEsea, Er.g. Plaib, Leno and Book Kid and Beaver gdo
This little 1-ook is one of the most interesting Muslins Lamb's Wool Shirts and
specimens of religions and missionary biography Leant, Spot and Tam- Drawers
any where to be tfoiund. The subject ofit was bred poured do. Cambric Ginghatnus
totilhe seas, went to India at an early age, was a Saccarilla-India do. Carlisle do.
long lime a prisoner to Hyder Allyafterwards eor- Assorted .sncy do. Rose Blaukets,
mncded a ship iu the country trade amassed la WaiiileCoftn Carnbrics Blue and drab Kerseys
competent iboritne, atd returned to England a de- ,Tjanonet doIn.- Do. lo.'Pl:iins
termined infidel. After a few Nears lie providen- Corlored do. Do. don. Ilunter's Cloths
tially. fell into the company of "the writer of this Checked and striped do. Assorted Pelisse:do.
hock, who was then preaching as a candidate for Cotton Shirtings Do. Broad do).
the ministry. From this unexpected acquaintance Sewing Cottons Do. Fearnoughts,
lie was induced to hear the young m"inoster preach Cotton Laces, Do. Bookings & Baizes
the result was his conversion to God. Brown Linens Do. Coatings
When the London Missionary Society were fit- Buckrums, U sbrellas Do. Swanskins
ting out the ship Duiff, with thirty missionaries tor Madrass -ldkfs. Do. Flannels
the Islands of the Pacific, Capt. Wilson offered his Cottot, Flag and Ban- Haresback and drab Cas-
services as commander of thie vessel, without and dii:na do. simercs
reward, except that which results from attempting Children's Pocket do. Asst'd Cassimere Shawls
to promote the kingdom of Christ. fte conducted Assorted Neckerchiefs IDo. Cotton do. do.
thie voyage with great ability ; left the missiona- White do. Do. spotted Swanskins
r'is at three different stations olided the mission Assorted Tabby Velvets Do. plain Bombaz(ctts,
ifmilies by his paternal counsels ; and, after his re- Twist Buttons" Do. figured do.
turn, assisted in the compilation of an account of Men's black Worsted Do. twilled do.
the voyage,which brought 'I'0o Tchousand pounds, Hose Do. Vestings, )
as clear profits intothe treasury of the Society. Do. sorted, ribbed and Do. super. Valentias
Numerous incidents, in the life of this extraordi- mixt do. Italian Crapes
nary man, are worthy of tlie perusal of all ; esped- Do. Lamb's Wool do. Fancy Silk Hdkfs.
ally is tle account of his cosversiioir calculated to Do. white, black and Fhl, do.
be eminently useful.. mist half do. Canton Sarsnets.
The volume will be printed in dilodecimnto size, \Vowr.en's white Vigonia sept 241
on fine paper, and delivered to subscribers at 75 do.
cents in boards, or bound at 87J cents.
Persons subscribing for live copies, or becoming CALVIN WASHBURN,
responsible for them, will be entitled to a sixth copy No. 8, .4.2RK'ET-S'I'REET,
gratis. AC S recently received a variety of seasonable
Subscriptions received for this work by IsAAC Hfn GOcDS, to oit:-i
Bowmes, No. 14, Newbury-strect. by whoin thie ODS bto stit i
Book will be published, andi at the Bookstor of Superfine Broadcloihsof various colors,
1 &FANI' t Jule Common and course do. tdo. (do.
M.atunos & FzANIS" ti JuSne 0 Superinec Cassimeres do. do.
Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate Miiddling tos., do. do.
I.olden at Ipswich, in and for said county, on the Pisse do. C assorted ; Drab Kerseys, B
first Tuesday in September, A. D. 1821. Fearnouitghts and other Coatings,
N the petition of Ezra Hitciiings,Esquire,alttr- Jhine and-mixed Plains,
Sney toWVilliarhiBreeil,oeofl lielheirs,andSal- \White and colored Flanne!s ; Green Bockings,
ly Burtrill, another ofthe hieirs ofSaralh Brced, late Rose Blankets, 8-4 to 12-4. ; Scotch Plaids,
of Lynn, in stidl county, deecased, shewing, tlmat Bombizetts, assorted colors,
said Sarah Breed lately died seized ift certain rea Triby Velvets, do. d0o.
estate situate in Lynn, in said county, that one o WTorsted Hosiery,
the heirs is now, tand lias lung been, out of the Unit- Valdencia anid common Vestings,
ii States, and that it becomes necessary that thie British Shirtings ; Calimoes ; Dimitic..
said estate should be divided among the several Cambrics; Mislins, Brows and black Linens,
heirs, live in number; and praying, that this court English Silk andi Leather Gloves,
Swoiuld appoint an agent to represent said abseint Italian SetIing Silk ard Crapes, & c. &e.
cheir and grant a warrant, ilirectcd to some suitable Which may be purchased by pieces or yard, ont
disinterested freeholders to divide the same among satisfactory itrrms. eptf sept 1r't
the mcirs, ais the law in such case provides:-
Ordered, that the third Tuesday in Novinembe Fall Goods, CarpetingS, etc.
next, eleven of the clock before uon, be assigned
a filte time for considering said petition, at a Coort ISAAC SCHOLFIELD,
of l'robate, then to beholden atSalum, in said coiun0 Tr JVo. -12~, -ilby-street, [U' STrA S,]
ty -3 and that tihe. petitioners give notice to al pI r- I LAS received per F"alcon ainl other late arri-
sons interested, by causing such of them as live in vals fiamn England, superline middling anil low pri-
ssid county of Essex, to be served with an attested eetl Broadcilths ; bhile .Queen's Cloths ; a large
copy ofthis order, fourteen days, at least, befuiresail assortment of Pelisse Cloths I saved list blue Clotl's,
lime, and by causing such copy Lo be publihIled vei low priced,suiabileorc xportatio; 7--. Gren
three' weeks successively in the Clutmbian CUanti- Baize ; white, red, yellow and green Flaniel
tl, printed in Boston, the last publication to be .3r-ussclls, Venetiai, and Kidderminster Cari-peligs,
tbfourteen days at least, befri e said third 'l'csdav it &c. I wtf sept 12
November, that they may be present, and shiew
cuise, if any they have, why the prayer or said pe- GA RPE TINGS.
tuition should not be gra tiedl. TI RUSSELLS, Venitian and Kidderminster Car-
D. A. WVlITE, Judge of Probate. peting, just o enied and forsale, at No. 124,
A true copy of record. Attest, Kilby.street, by ISAAC SCHtOLFIE14D.
S* 1KATH. LOID, Jr' Regis!er. July 25 S I


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: MISCELLANY. host in himself, whose works alone are able however, despise Kings, and Lords, and Bish-
to rescue any nation from oblivion ? If we ops as much as he pleases, let him feel ino re-
TO T I IITxoR or FTRE csENTINL cast our eyes back, without alluding to the spect for. legitimate sovereigns, yet flatter
martial DOveas, the' great HAILTsor, and usurpers, like .CROMWErLs and BVonavARTE,
VWalte S-Scott,and tlteCoronation,. the powerful MunnAT, we havg the wise and let him undervalue the conqueror and exalt
Srn : learnedBvucHAxA-, distinguished three;tundred the cofiquered; in short, let him deny all
IT wa.s i remarlc of the great Lord Mnus- years ago for Ins wit, his classical acumen, and metit to the Hero of -Waterloo, and transfer
SriELp, That even were he satisfied that a I for the matchless purity of- his -Latin style. that title to the lately deceased Tyrant, if heI
single syllable from .his pen could annihilate We have also the churchmen Bun"serr, some will ;-let him do all this in his own narrow_
ManI .nnymous defamerr, nothing on e.artli time after, and last, not least, the intrepid and and obscure circle, but let ilim not come for-
woulh induce him to write it; and though I patriotic F 'Trcrna of Saltour, a name dear to wardin.a public print, and with the trifling'
lav i, i dotibt but such would be the feeling every true Scot, and to be honored by every acquainfknce lie seems to have ofh-is'as'bjec-,.
of the great Wizard. f the Norvth" On pe,.. lover of liberty,- Thus, Sir, I have set down presume to accuse nations,whose real gloti.s-
i'ssinO the paltry attack upon him and his fr'mm memorysome few of that host o'tnames, he cainat s .. thl".jgh tlie nmetdiimr f pre-
cOn~~I .,.y ur..USqattirday'i" p'.per;--y'ti- wh- ch p ,-- **. r' d .-.; ri'-3i c..:.r ,, iipe jiu.i..:c, .,' Lha .'s.iu- oav4-dgtrea ei '
no r-' ., oy une of huimrblerpretensions, iAaaya--the_ ta i iS I t. h .... eiitt.... ullng pi,. ,CpTtdtm, voery
anncfar les I'orbearance,'shsuld not attetirmpC'e. P I%:', surC l' r1i, .' i-'... ,-',l-,"- -" uwoiroth tLe Uistle. it ciuesl'.-e feautx
tlat if' r him. which it would be the height of ing. this, I eel sr doing more than i "taec.es- o tle o ueei ,, rt;( i..'ni-u :"'. -.
o)nd.'s.:entir.,n in a man of Ihis fame te unde-: 'sary.; but, tho iglh have notihc Iioorto sa3, ,iect for a tragedy." I transcribe what fat.-
take. I allude, Sir, to the article on the that Scottish blo d-low's in mi veing. %wt l 1ows, leaving- your readers t6 understand it,
British Coronatin," to which your learned could not sit down quietly, and hear this peo- if thpy can. Two [why tswo ? female ghosts
correspondent his affixed the comical signa- ple stigia- tised as,-" Cerok/ees or Chocta-sms" rising in the 'midst of ai coronation, glittering
ture of" 2Alexipliarnmacus ;" but before I pro. In a subsequent..ppragraphl to that which I with diamonds, pearls, gold, autntuawing
ceed,I beg leave to express my obligation trust I have completely refuted, your corresa. plumes, would have a surprising effect, if ski.
for the sensible remarks withwhich you pondent .introduces a comparison between" fully Triordile"-a.snd c.slpelt, -he might haVe
doubtless thought it proper to introduce his the novels of ScorSTT, and those o'f RcnAsAUsols- added. ,What ..ghosts skiltully worded! and
communication, and FIr.LIo.G. If I am correct, no one has glittering with waving plumes .!! This is the
Much has been said in certain prints of a done more impartial justice to those great ne plus ultraoffine writing with a vengeance!
disease asserted to be prevalent in these parts names than Sir WALTEr Your correspon. Truly, Richard 3d, and Macbeth would be
to a somewhat alarming extent-I mean, Sir, dent of course gives them the preference nothinr.g to it"-atnd so I bid farewell to Mr.
the Anglomanic. To tlse gentleinan with the over SCOTT; yet .1 do. not hesitate to say, Alexiphamacis. <
hard name, lia Tver, this cannot be objected. that in my opinion RicnImT sn-;'s insufferably I am, sir, your obedient servant,
His distemper, .as I conceive, is rather the tedious Sir Charles Grandison, that fault- IVANI.HOE.
.'nglophobia, or, as it has been, perhaps, more less monster whom the world ne'er saw ;"- -- -- .
correctly tcrenrd, the Mieanglia,-which pos. his ambiguous Pamela, very little.bctter than BYT 'J'E M AILS.
sessesinuto touch a degree that he holds in She should be,-and his libertine Lovetace, "
equal abhorrence Kings, Lords, Bishops, Cor- are characters far inferior in invention to the ..MJ.RYY1,JL D.- BAiTrronp, SUST. 25.
nations, Novels, and WALrTsn SCOTT, The meanest Scot oF the No-tnern novels. After' ARMISTICE IN MEXICO.
cause of Iis complaint probably is, that these mentioning, Ric.mkitasox and Fiztrvits, with. FIHE Havana .Mercantile Advertiser" of the
words havebeen tolerably cutirrent in England applause, a question naturally arises,' why .L 8th Sept. contains information, that on
for some time past, that there has been a Cor- does our correspondent omit Smo.TlvT ? I the 10th July, a convention for a suspensiont
nation, and, proh facints t. hat WAtSrxs readily answer, and the omission sufficiently of hostilities between the royal troops in ye.
Sco-rt has actually written a letter to a coun- .shews. the writers candor-the author of ra .Cruz, and the patriot forces besieging that
tryman on the event. which, letter, by.the nis- Roderic Random w'as a Scotchma;. place, was signed by two Captains of the
conduct, of our Editors her, h- as been re-pub. 'The motive which induced Alexipharma- royal troops,'and a Lieutenant-Colonel and
listed in this country to the manifest injury of. us so to commit himself-in this attack upon Captain of' the independent forces, duly au-
our rising generation'; and to the great in .ocotland; its impossible to fathom. It is nTbt thorized for the purpose; subject to the ap-
dignation of thie shade of SAMUEL An ms, Esq .improbable..'owever,that having once favored proval or rejection of the Commanding-Gene-
deceased! .Yes, Sir, Sir WALTER, fosooth, the world .with his own tlcutbrations,he has se- ral of the Independant army. The Conveni
cannot expresslhis own feelings on this inter .verely suffered from tl'e castigatory criticism tion. stipulates, that the truce shall last fo-
esting occasion without exciting the inexo- of a'certaitl celebrated Scotch Reviewer'. three months;-mthe besieging troops to keep
able ire of lexipha maW e, without being. Should that hase-been really. tle case, I must their encampment, and retire from their ad-
kablroked down y this argument, without being not only pity him,-out admit it as sume ex- vanced works ; an- theiri fortifications to re-
serable one crtainl- since the ge an csetorhis venom. O his ability, however, r main as they were. Two Spanis officers
cannot come into Couert and respond : What to be a jui(ge of Walter Scott, before I have were to have safe conduct to Don A-reusraI
would Smel dam have said don perusing done, 1 ''ill give you one or two specimens; D i, rumiTnD, who is denominated in the Con-
WAnTEn ScoTT's description of the Coronation andhere I oud seriously recommend hinmt vention as the Fist Chief of the Imperial
of Groar. 4-th ?" Truly, I know not; but if ; to consult his Lexicon, and ". amend his ca- .ilmy," to confe-r with him ; and a cottuiet'
were ask-ed wlat he?-wuld htave'aid on read- ecology before lie appears again in print as was to be allowed to proceed to the eity of
ing Wave ley, and th-e other novels of the acriti, and gives us a ridiculous Greek com- Mexico. [(Latser acco uts say, that the
sam author, together with our caviller's pound lieu ofa name, and that too e eaf ofthe aerial trmy" had con-
critique on them, if he really was thie man of rfthi/ "tle, rt;, 1;te fpairst and last sentences e t l i cl, and t/at t/n p"ai'eos u
sense I have always considered him to be, I otis ep le, te alPa atd omega tf thi. lists hadfrecresso allthe toonss]
think I may answer, his observations would t y u tanatte compositionwe .hvei- t- Pe/a, strre ed to the patriot fbrcf,0
right to"'.S"?u t*"e.. of t,
have baen any thing but flattering to lexi- Iiht t Is.ll o wasatil e 29the
*hori~,1a ibe.tc T6 l-c- -- h ll- l cosrc tiy for Ide^ .- c
nations havt stoodtl, ha ".I,t-ir COTT sc (aserpon itar ui. t hetuteyditnc oftile'atic ti'ttiindai^er
criticism by wiser hIeads, ifmistak not, tman nation of George 4thl, confirms me in the Gnanauo, and the liavansa, is the mast considerable of
that of their present assailant.-They have opinion long entertained" [by ohorm ?] that theSrsnnishi cities on he new econinnit. Its nemp.e, mie
been read wherever their language is under- his Novels, so ,,uch read, so much acnmired, and emp st t wit 'nn'sIce tro Sn, tu ,fins :t-
stood, with unmixed delight-they have sev- sold at so h a price, is a proPf of the den- fatares ofni.n n.l soeel pa rtcularly swords, bayoners, &c.
rally been translated into French, and underete ase of the British, &c." Are they sto in- It is 160 triles W.N.W. of V era Cru', md his a popina-
the disadvantage even' of foreign dress have deed t wht connexion between these,. Sp it i a
given general satisfaction. Nothing, there- novels and his late unpremeditated letter on --e-- -s
fore, that I can say can add to their high es- the Coronution ? I confess I see none ; but COLUMfRI.. SWAsnTO'-r, tr.OT. 26.
timation: still less can any observation' your it is more material to examine what ou.r cav- SPANISH SPOLIATIONS.
correspondent has made, or can make, de- miller calls the degenerate taste" ofthe age. The Commissioners under the Florida
tract from their merit. The attack upon Sir If ever there was a time when British'litera- ners uner e o
WAL'TEII, however, seems only the vehicle of tore was more signally pre-eminent over that Treaty are sedulous in the discharge of thetr
some excessively illiberal and absurd remarks of the continent-if a brighter page ofillus- duties. More than 500 Memorials have been
on the country of which he is the pride and trious names ever graced the annals of polite presented for their examination, and they
ornament, a country which on this sile of the learning-if greater popularity has ever at- *
Atlantic, has until now experienced tolerably tended learned men, and more substantial dispatch nearly twenty every day ; but it is
civil treatment. "The Scotch Novelist," rewards been conferred on them by the supe- I doubtful whether they will examine at this
says Arex/ipharmauin s, debases gold witl: such I 'rior liberality of any /urmer age-then, and session any but those presented previous to
aai unreasonable qu'tity of alloy, tc,,t the then only will I acknowledge that thepresent the 10th inst. Of the memorials examined,
coitn osug/ht t to pass in any country but his o/ss, is degeenerate." ButI believe your corres- te e hl he enspene e
The main drift of the Seotchman's Novels is pundent cannot prove- these tings to be so at least o-e half have been suspended or re-
to magnif5, beyond all bounds of sober truth, and I will go on to assert that the number of jected. Claims are advanced for losses, as
Scotland, and Scotchmen. An artificial and publications on various subjects, until'now mayv readily be imagined, which were never"
tinselled ornament glitters through all his scarcely treated of, which.have been sane- "
scenery, like waompum on oru oin savages.- tioned by the acceptance and applause of the contemplated by the contracting powers, and
Every thing is done to give an air of dignity reading commonwealth, is annually greater incidental losses swelled to an enormous ex-
and heroism to a race of men, who, witthin our than it ever was before in England. Instead tent. The amount of claims presented are
own memory, were not much elevated above our 'of the ponderous quartos, and elaborate dis- estimated to amount to fifteen millions of dol-
Cherokees and Choctaws." Now, Sir, though quisitions of a former age, a lighter, more po-nd it is y possible, t e Five
I premise that Scotliand needs no eulogy of lite, and if I may use the expression, a more llrs and it is hardy ipssible, that the Five
mine, that its honor is of such sterling value, civilizing kind of reading has arisen, to be at- millions appropriated by the treaty cau p.ay
as to, pass current in any country where its tribute in a great measure to the increased the principal of actual losses. Of the agents
name is known ;-I hold it right, fo the re- 'and increasing acquaintance that country. 'ho have attended tle sessions of the Board,
spect I bear Autldi JIcekie, and the L and o' nw cultivates with the continent, and to the e
Cakes," to.Sya few words to this gentleman, liberal patronage bestowed by tlo. Kingg opn are Messrs. HIA, Law, Brss, Masox, C.Ate.
whoseemsbetter acquainted with "wampum, the fine arts. As to poetry, to use a.favorite wEI., WixxuBn, Oumry, Conr.., and. Hux-
Cherokees, and Choctaws," than he is with form of words with our papers, the English TEn. Several of them have returned to Llisir
Scotland, common sense, or politeness. It press is teeming with it, of the best value mes
has been allowed on all hands that among the and quality, moral poetry. I know Don1 ht Cs.
Scottish people, a noble and hardy race, the Juan" may be objected, hutt with one or two e Gen. Don ParnSesco Dioxisro Vivrs, Min-
elements of general knowledge are very ex- exceptions, my assertion is correct It should sister from Spain to the United S 9tate. JeJ. lu
tensively diffused, more so than among their be mentioned also, that this disposition to-
southern fellow-subjects. Their honesty and wards poetry is by no means confined to tal- the Department of State, yesterday. Don
morality have never been impugned;-their ents and rank of the higher order. The fair HII.AtIO D.E RivAs v S.i.xoi, remains as
temperance, and their honorable persever- sex vies in excellence with ours, and Englnid, Charge d'affairs.
an-e, have always been acknowledged-while and Scot'and too, have their poets whose Col. CALLAva, late Governor of West-Flo-
their lofty sense of national glory, founded ''walks" are found in-ith-J~w:est .rank o ia.--andl thie-person recently imprisoned by
on the reeillection of ages of heroic achlbee---2oc tiV. nTTr therefore, from this ageb-e- Gov. JActson, has also arrived in this city.
ments, is amply justified by the renown that ing degenerate," I should rather say, it is [Both of the above personages have arrived at
accompanies the'Scottish warrior to the pres- the age of poetry and polite literature. Aew-York, to embark for Spain.]
ent hour. In a {military point of view, the Again, .ilexipharmacus feels very indignant --
field of Waterloo witnessed what'the Scotch that Sir WALTE.r SCOTT, being a good and NEW-Yoaur, SEPT. 29. Baron DE MAT.'TITZ,
are: what they have been, the memory of loyal subject, should observe with reference the Secretary of the Ru-:sian Legation, has
Bures, and WALtACE can sufficiently testify. to the Duke of t.er.IS'TOr, that his Field arrived here from London.
But if we regard them as a literary people, Marshal's "bat.:n nnas never graaspd by so
how completely does the view we must take, worthy a handd" afterwards, I-'e have no N.EW.YonR, SEPT. 26. We are sorry to
falsify the audacious account given of them hesitation in saying that OLIVER CIoMWELLe, ]ei.rn from various quarters of the prevalence
by your correspondent-aniaccountthat noth- NAPOLFx BuoNx-.inTrT, an1 4Cven 1 T ,WILLIAM. of autumnal fevers. and other sickness. In
ing but malice or ignorance could dictate. WALAr.E, were infinitely b orul the ostensi- Grangers' town, Md. 8.- persons out of 220,
Yet, what else can I expect from the heart ble hero of Waterloo, in military and civil are lying sick.
callous to any favorable impression from the merit." Now, first, let me demand of my an- A fever prevails in- JVorfolk county, Virg.
beautiful productions of the author r of I' a- tagonist what he means by assuming the plu- which is said to have been occasioned by the
vcrley, the wonder and delight of both -heni- Ial number in this assertion ? Who are the decomposition of vegetables destroyed by the
ispheres, and, I am happy to think, thecobject "we ?" I have o L station in saying that hle late storm.
of your correspondent's single, solitary an- iwo,{]d find it very difficult to get the sanction The authorities of'Edeton, N. G. have in-
tipathy ? Since, therefore, he has alnided to df any other person, not as warped as him- terdicted their town to travellers from Nor-
the space "within his own memory," I will self, to a proposition so extremely singulr.'- fhk and Petersburg, in Virginia; and two of
ask him, does he know that many of the most Btmt what had WaI.1EI: SCOTTr, as a subject its physicians, Doctors Sawsva and Nonuc.r,
enlightened of his countrymen are in the Iali- viewing thl coronation, to do with O.tir"n liave publicly protested against the order, as
it of resorting to that country for instruction CoxwrELt once the iusurper of the throne tnreasonable, nplosopicl, and unneces-
in the sciences, to that country which hlis re- before which he stood ? What, as an English- sary; and avowing their belief, tlat the Ycl-
presentations would make savage, barbarous had he to do with NxroLxox Buos.s- low Fever is not contagious, or capable of
and scarcely rational ? Has he ever hear.l of p.trrt.'., the ruthless enemy of his country, ex- being communicated fromn a diseased to a
Ptars'Tan, LxsuI, BttowO, Tno.tsox, Butws- cept to thank Heaven he was never fortunate healthy body. [.3Q "-*y. Have -not all t/fe
TEI, or DUtGALn STtW.ttT ? Among the histo- enough to grasp a British baton ? Or in this Quarantine" a snd '.alih Lraus which have tbeen
rians does he recollect HItot, Sartrrv, and case, what hadl he to do with eve' Wrttt.art enacted auirl e'firced throutghout the civil-
Rtos.nTa'ro ? Among poets, B rATTIs, TiO.K- .Wr.uAc," however he mightadrire him as ized w!dr, been found-cd in an eaiwnt deree,
sot, CAniarar., Bontes, and HooI ? Among a hero ? Tl'he reader will however, here ob- on the fa.', that the Yellow Fere, is conta-
divines, Asso'r and CALMtns ? In various serve that Alexipharmacnus ittn Ilis hurry, has gous or infectious antd have thFe t crld been
other walks of litenratUre ihas he met with overshot his mark : alas I WAtCLacr whom he qsouu under ea d, asiod ?]
ADAn, KATiF.sa, SarIT, FatEcusoe, Moanona'.- prefers to Vi'r e.tau-aTO, was one of that peo-
TTLEn, Boswr.rtr, and Gat-onY ? As lawyers, pe, Who, s la tely as wthin his own memory, o.h-auc n er
who has not heard of Luuoiitonoone, MNres- were tittle elevated rb/ee ue Cherokees ami ., .Ft-m tihe c'BntuTeck lollwrer-
riels, CnasSTowtr, anti lr'nstr? Who knows Chocktasw !" Itetlly, I am intlined1 to think tT h SEA SERtN'l$. i'he tolloNwang ecr-
not that one of theiarst Reviews, and certainly our caviller mast have been "somewhat tficae tfa repectablemerethe nt ofNa. tick-.
the first Magazine in the world, emanate from ated" himsaelif, when he so far fotrgot 'he obh- ut wa sustclt re he te H eo 1sta ant.
Scotland, and from Scotchimen ? Whsy need I ject and scope of his letter, which was to de- The' adJ ice of tinsketched byn Capt. 21i t
a4d to this noble list, Sir WarLsa himself, a preciate Scaotlad and her people. L-t i, The e pton c by p ,


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simil"P o those, given of the Sea Serpent,
whefi seen at Cape Ann, and Lynn.
.Jbantcuklct, Sept 27, 1821.
I 'lRA ris Joy, jun. ot Nanticket in the county
of Nanticket, minerhliant, dio hereby rerfvily, that,
at lbout hall past 9 noclock this morni 'g, l ascet"-
cd tcl T i.wer'in this town, htav;og an excellent
.'elercopd; sitnd while I was engaged in looking
out for vessels. I caught sight uf the SEA SER-
PENT, which was aboutone mile from the South
Shore, and about three and a half miles from the
Tower.-I had a clear and distinct view of it for
abour on"e hlmur.-It appeared to be about one hun-
dred-feet in length its head was about six feet
aboyo water, aid aldiilt the size of a barrel.-Tha
foll eing is as'trueaind correct description of it,
as Infm able to drav. FRANCIS JOY, Jr.

BY YESTERDAY'S MAILS.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS.
Wasatington, Sept. 26, 1821. -
WHE Commissioners, appointed under the
.lth Article of the Treaty-of Amity, Sdt-
tlement, and Limits, between the Uniited
States of America and his Catholic Majesty,
concluded at Washington, on the 22d day of
February, 1819, to ascertaip the full amount
and validity of the claims mentioned or refer-
red to in the said treaty-ha'ing, at their
present session, duly examined all the memo-
rials of claims, filed vwiyh the .Secretary of the
Borl'.onanad.beforee th,0th instant, in,:-ptr-
stiasuee of the orders made by the Board oil
S the 14th -June-last; and having'.dispoed of
tle& same-is to-thetirf'emed r'l;Wut hav-
in' reasons to believe that there may be other
claims, the .memnorials of which have not yet
been presented-or having been. presented,
have not been received by the Board, at its
present session, because of defects in th!e same
-do. therefore,
Order, That all persons, having claims which-,
are to be received by this Commission, me-
morials of which have not yet been filed with
the Secretary; or, being filed, have not been
received by the.Board, at its present session.
for the reasons above stated-do file a memo-
rial of the'same with the Secretary, previous
to the1 f"st .Monday in January .next ; to the
end that they may be then duly examined,.
arid the validity and amount thereof decided
upon, according to the suitable and authentic
testimony of the same,which may be required:
Anrid that each of the said memorials, now re-
quired to be filed, shall be prepared and,ver-
ified, in conformity with the directions pre-
scribed in the said orders of the Board, made
on the 14th of June last. .
Ordered, That when the Board shall adjourn
this day, it will adjourn to meet again on the
frvt ilondt,y in January next; at which time,
it rill proceed to decide whether any memo-
rialswhich may have been filed with the Sec-,
retary, before that day, in pursuance of the a-
bove order shall be received for examination.
Ordered, That the argument, in each case,
whichI hath been suspended, at the request
of the claimants, be filed with the Secretary,
on eorbefore the said first Monday it January
next. [Signed by the Secretary-]
[.lte National Intel iigencer mentions, that the
0nu0;eir of claims fied yb,' exatmisation exceeded
200, of zsdch many are 'referwred /r argument and
further consideration. We hope," it adds, to
preseqlt, in a feAo days, a summary 'view of the sev-
eral memorials. and the gffroirds of the:r rejection
or-sutpeesion, by the Board.] -

'aTs-aFTorW, SI rT. 27. The gazettes of
Veia 'Criuz to the 6th August have been re-
ceived.-mThey make ino-mention of 'the ar-.
mistice said to have been akieed to in July,;
in that place ; but inform, thatAt.._ """


same, and as Chniccluor three, having co,-
mitted certain individuals, charged with a
combination to secrete, andI of having at-
temnpteo to secrete and carry out of the ter-
ritories ceded to the United States, the evi-
dence of individual right to property within
the said territories, which has been secured
to such individuals utinder the 2d article of the
late treaty with Spain, and in open contempt
of the orders and decrees made by me."
This writ was served on the Judge, but he
being unwell could not appear before the
Governor, and the return was postponed.-
In the mean time, CALAVA was liberated from
prison; and further proceedings became un-
necessary. But the rTit of habeas corpus had
been suspended in its operation contrary to
the Constitution of the U. S. and blame must
attach somewhere! The case of Judge F,
is extremely hard. He could exercise no
discretion. If he had refused the writ, he
was liable to be impeached ;-and for having
issued it, he has been cited to appear before
the Governor, to answer, not to any violation
of the laws or the Constitution, but "for con-
tempt of the decrees" of an -officer commis-
sionetd by the same authority Us himself, anrl
to whom, as he apprehended, he was not a-
menable. It is, however, alleged on the
part of the Governor-General, that he was
,Supreme Judge over the territory, and was
"in the exercise oftcie powers of the Govern-
air-Cencrail ouf Guba,.agrceably .to, treaty. -

The officers required to make returns f
the population of Great Britain under the
late act are directed to return the increase or
decrease in the number of persons since the
enumeration, and to answer the following
question among others-" To what cause do
you attribute any remarkable difference in
the number of inhabitants ?" An overseer in
one of the Parishes in London, returned in
answver to this question,-" The increase of
population is owing to heir being 54 more
inhabitants."--VNat. Intel.

NxW-YORK, SEPT. 29. A band of Missiona-
ries, destined for the Cherokee nation, were
on Thursday evening last, set apart in'the
Rev. Dr. Staughton's congregation, Philadel-
phia. The number, including three or four
children, is about five-and-twenty. One of
them a Minister, and the rest approved mem-
bers of Baptist Churches, acquainted with
farming and various trades. A number of
Ministers were present, who all took part in
the interesting services of the evening. Many
fervent prayers were offered, and mntch
Christian feeling manifested.

Interesting Ceremony. At half past 12
o'clock this dav, the Mayor, Corporation,
Sljeriff, and tjle Board' of Health, Ac. &c."
Moved from the City-Hall to the Columns*
now erecting in front of the Park-when Dr.
MITCUELL, deposited a case containing Coins,
Newspapers, Petrifactions, &c. &c. and deliv-
ered to at large assembly of Ladies and Gen-
tlemen an Address on the occasion.
These columns bea r the busts of Washington,Adams,
Hamiltomn, and Jackson.
. .fitnder ofRoyster.-The trial of Moses and*
Tick, charged with a participation in the
murder of Wm. Royster, at Petersburg,' Va.
came on in the Husting's Court, on the 21st
inst. when, after a patient investigation, the
unhappy men were sentenced to be executed .
on the first Friday in November next.

ChAnnges f the Alphabet. The Alphabet
<'-n...tIyor'r letters, m-ay be Varied so many


in'-sehC;i;~~~~~ -~ ~ -~ -' -


they. succeelede s far 6s to force their way
into several ofthe principal streets; hut were
driven lout by the inhabitants, assisted by the
soldiqe: and seamen in the place.

P.E- PmYA. bPaLAADEti pA, SEPT. 29.
WARD ELECTIONS.
Yesterday an election was held in these-e-
ral Wards of this city for the choice of Inspec-
tors of the ensuing GeneralElection.-'TheboT-
lowing is the result :-


Wards.
T.pper Delaware
Lower Delaware
High-street -
Chesnut
Walnut
Dock -
Nbw-Market
North Mulberry
South Mulberry
North -
Middle -
South -
Locust -
Cedar -


Fed.Rep.
- 105
- 143
- 71
33
34
- 30
- 114
- 96
- 178
- 115
S 78
- 47
* 192
- 147


Demo. Rep.
55
66
27
00
00
00
00
1- 34
239
00
00
00
115
50
-5o0 '


In seven of the wards, it will be seen, there
was no democratic opposition.. In the North-
ern Libeities, federal Inspectors were chosen
in th.. first and second wards, West.Ken.
sirigton, Southwarkc, and Moyamensing town.
ship.-In the third ward, no choice was made.,
In the fourth, one federalist and one demo-m
crat succeeded ; and. in the fifth, sixth and
seventh, democrats were chosen. .

AFFAIRS OF FLORIDA.
NEw-YOIT, SEPT. 28. T1he late proceed-
ingsin -Florida are making much noise ini the
--lnutqdll teas n nrobabi will occasion
~'tosste flocusa5onn rie~t;wne
They have already been pronounced to have
been "high-handed, arbitrary, and despotic "
But, as.no officer in the U. S. is above the
Laws,' and as Governor JACKSON is amenable
to themit is but. ust arnd fair, that he shtlt(
be ~ei'd in his- efeice beforelieis concimt-
ed. The imprisonment of-such an officer, as
the Spanish Colonel and -Commissioner, CaT-
Avra,was uiinqestionably.taking high ground .
-But if this Spanish officer was guilty of se-
creting documents relating directly to prop-
erty, which he was bound in honor to give up
when demanded, his punishment could not
be too severe. As it respects Jadge Fao-
MExTINr, the subjeCt is calculated to excite
other feelings, if the facts stated are authentic.
Being appointed a Judge his powers and
duties must be the same as those of any other
district or territorial Judge in the U. States.
The Judge, bearing thle commission of TuE
PassiMar of the United States, was therefore
on an equality, as a Judge, with Gen. JACK-
sox,, as a Governor ; and was amenable to the
lawsipand not to Gov. J. As a Judge of the
United States, it was his .duty to issue a writ
of habeas co pus whenever applied to for one.
It appears he was so applied to, and that lhe
directed the writ to the officer of the U. S. ar-
my, in whose custody CALLAVA was said to be.
To this writ the officer returned, "that the
writ ihad been referred to Gov. JACKson, by
whose order CALAVA was confined, and who"
as the officer says, "still directs him to be
detained in confinement." Gov. JAicso,-,
upon learning that.this writ had been allow-
ed by. the Judge, issued a writ against theta
Judge, requiring him to appear fortliwithl be-
fore JACKSO., in tile following terms :- To
shew cause why he has attempted to inter.
fere with my authority, as Governor of the
Floridas, exercising the powers of thu Cap-
tain General and Intendant of the Island of
Cuba, over the said Provinces, and of the Go-
vernors of said Provinces respectively, in Wiy
judical capacity as Suspreme Judge. over tlihe


there werefuur thousand six hundred and-
fifty thousand millions.of men, they could not
speak these words, according to the hourly
proportion aforesaid, in three score and.ten
thousand years.-Fureenman's .Journal.
Tiberius Jefferson Bryant (what a name !)
is appointed a Justice of thle peace in Phila-
delphia.-S'alenn Gazette.

Almost every arrival from Cuba and the
Gulf, brings accounts of the piratical depre-
dations of the free booters who swam in
those seas, and, without any shadow of legal
authority, board and plunder the unarmed
merchaitmen which they meet. These out-
rages have rendered the navigation of the
West-Indian seas very unsafe. We hope our
government will see the necessity of prompt
and effectual measures for their suppression.
Partial and hesitating movements will only
aggravate them.-A few severe examples
must be made, before they can be checked.
-Providence paper.


1BOSTON,
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 3, 1821.
SPANISHR CLAIMS.
The Commissioners under the Treaty of
Florida, have adjourned to meet on the 7th
day of January ensuing. [tISee-an article
on the subject under the mail head.]

EUROPEAN AFFAIRS.
The foreign papers received at other ports
:do not furnish any new articles of informa-
tion in addition to those received here. They
add something to the stock of speculation.
Tihoughs all the accounts from the south-
east of Europe make it quite certain, that no
war event had occurred between the Russians
and Turks ; and though! the latest of those
accounts hold out the prospect of a peacea-
ble termination of the correspondence be-
tween the two Cabinets; it was nevertheless
asserted by politicians, that the collection of
materials for making war was assuming a mag.
continued Peace. Added to wiich, there
were reports in the North of EEurope, that
the policy of the great CATraunrr.-the ex-
pulsion o;: the Turks from Europe-existed
in i's full force at St. Petersburg, ; and
that one object of the negotiation aond
show of moderation in Russia, was to recon-
cile Austria and Prussia, and particularly
England and France, to a Declaration which
it was said, had been prepared in the Rus.
sian Cabinet and would shortly be promul-
gated ; and to gain time to augtnent and or-
ganize the war preparations onl the Turkish
frontier. On what" foundation these specu-
lations were formed, did not, appear; but it
was contended,. that the erection of a Greek
Empire, or the partition anrd distribution of
the Turkish Provinces, were secondary cob-
siderations ; thefirst being the intire expul-
sion from Europe of a Despotism equttally hos-
tile to the mild principles of Religion which
form the basis of the Holy Alliance, and to
the rights of humanity.

GREEK INSURRtETIONS.
Not withstanding the numerous reports and
fabrications to the contrary, we repeat, that
every thing made it apparent that the Greeks
in Wallachia and Moldisia (like thie Neapol-
itans) were unworthy of Liberty; and that
their high-blown projects were annihilated
immediately after coming in c:mtact with the.
cim-eters of the Turkish .luanizaries. These
revolutionists are now scattered in every place
where they can find an asylum; stand are
reciprocally charging each other with cotv-
ardice and treachery. YmS'.AStrr has been
denorminated the "Pepc of Greece," has been
accused of betraying and murdering his coad-
jutar T.asoacE ; and that his sole object was


personal aggrandizement. On the otierb hand,
the Prince has fulminated against lia' late fol-
lowers the following .
PROCLAMATION. .,:
"Soldiers! No !.I shall sully.that honorable and
sacred name by applying it to beings lis evu. Ye
herd of dastardly and cruel .men, your ,treachery,
your peijury, force me to abandon yoU*, In future
ever tie is broken between us; buth' shall always
deeply feel the shame of havifig been yaur..chief.-.
You have trampled under feetyotur oaths; you have
betrayed God and your country. You betrayed me
at a time cfsiew I hoped to conquer ot to die glo-
riously at your henad.. We are now separated for-.
ever. Co antd join tlhe Turks, who are alone wor-
thy of your friendship. Steal out of. the Woods
where you have concealed yourselves-descend
from the mountains which y6u have chosen ;as the
retreat of yoIr cowardice. Hasten to join the
Turks ; kiss those htnds which still reek with
the blood of the heads of your church, your
patriarch, your arch priests, and your innocent
brethren, whom they have so inhumanly butch-'
erel. Yes ; run to purchase slavery with the
price of your blood-with tll sacrifice of time hon-
or of your wives'and children. But you, images
of the true Greeks, of the sacred battalion, who
have been betrayed and sacrificed fortlie deliver-.
ance of your countity, receive t-rom m nele thanks
of youre'people.' -Monuments will oon ren rdeo
your names immortal. The names of Ihose'friends-
who live remained, faithful ever to liee are etgra-
.'id oi my heartin characters of fire.- Their mem-'.
ory shall be the only consolation of say,soul 4
amtuidon to th|e .-contemit 6f ni,'es justice ot:
Proovidence. ind the mtiledlectlsoli. j.Z r country-
men, those perjured traitors, Kaminari Sabas, Dui-
kas C"nstantiaos Bassilius- Barlasi Glorgius.Mi-
nos, who have desertethfron the a'rtny, and whb
have been the first authors of its dissolution ; th11
Phanatriote Gregorius Sotto, the 'Planariote and
scouqilrel NicolartisSkufre I t8teace from tile
list ol' my torapanons isn a;ms, Bassius .Karebio,
on account of his indiseiplnliand improper conduct.
ALEXANDER YPSILANTI.
Rimnick, June 20. '

FOREIGN" iTEMS.
By the death of the British luteen, Messrs.
BnouGAMr and DEwErAN, lose two very lucra-
tive and dignified offices. .
The Court mourning ordered for Queen'
CARtoLrMi, is the same ai that directed for
Queen CRanU.oTvr'.
The persons lost by" the \vt'ek of the Earl
I Mroira packet were only 31--the most distin-
guished of whom was a Caltain (BAagnell) in
the army. "
The harvest is good in Englafid ;-excel-
lent in Ireland; and more than an average
crop throughout Europe.- '
SThe wits say, thoatall Ireland was. in extasy
at'the visit of the King, ana, as proof of it,
tlhat the very Bugs were' in motion to greet
him. They add, that it *,as ih compliment to
his adopted Kingdom (for le has'declared
fiimself to be Irish) that he resolved to make
his entry into it, jve days after his arrival.

SThe Chevalier. s i ANDnABtA, one of the
Spanish Patriots, has beeh tepor-ted to be the
successor of Gen. VIVEs, the late Spanish
Minister.
It is remarked, that one of the oldest of the
Spanish proverbs is the foli6xing :-" Voz
del Pueblo es vos ec Dios"--The voice of the
People is the voice of God.

The papers mention, that JOSEPH BUONA-
irl'T is seriously indisposed at his residence.
in New-Jersey. The last accounts from
Italy mention, that one of his sisters was in de-
clining health.

BANK DIVIDENDS.
On Monday, the Banks in this town, de-
clared a semi.ar.ni pl irlidend.a11%_N iXg1 _j .
Y"Wo. A..l-to..


Boston do. 2 do. do.
-State do. S2 do. do.
New-England' do. 4 do do.
Man. & Mech. do. do. do.
Suffolk do .. 3do. do.-
Directors elected for ithe year ensilion.
UNtoY BA13 .-Jonathan Aimory, George
Burroughs, William Delhon, Samuel Fales,
James Freemnan, Win. Lovering, Jr. John 0-
din, Ebenezer Parker, B. M. Watson, Benja-
min West, Jeremiah Fitch., ..
STATE BAK-.--William Ward, James T.
Austin, John Brazer, Samuel Billings, David
W. Child, Henry Gray, Leinuel Packard Jr.
Amasa Stetson, Francis Welch, Amos Binney,
Benjamin Bangs, Ezra A. Bourne. -
MAUFArTerOrils'..Nri M.eci uints' B ita;.-
John Phillips,. Ehei.'r 1'. .-\,,rr.:s s, N tlihaniel
Curtis, Ediniiil' Dg;lghl, John French, Jon.,-
than Hunewell, Tob As Lurd, Is-rael Munson,
Isaac Stevens,Phinelias L'phami, Timothy Wal-
ker, Thibmas B. W ales.
Nrct .LGt.ti, BLNn.-S. nri, 0. Eveiott.
H, G.a-snl, N. G(.ddard, H. Hall. A.-IT.rerer, ,
J. M3 iarshall, ;. Iich, L. Sb, .,, X. Staliton, G.
'rr t,, J. LI. W1illiams, ...
Sprr.hLK BANK.-Wm. Appljton, John Bel-
Iknap, George Bond, Kirk Boott, Ebenezer
Breed, Eben. Francis, Sam'1 Hubbard, Patrick
T. Jackson, Wm. Lander, Win. Lawrence
Thos. Motley, Daniel:P. Parker.
MASSACIUSETTSBANti.- -111,he ch:..:e in J la-
uary.; --- ,
Cor parisons.-The Bank Capital of the
city of New-York is .S ,120,550
Baltimore is 1 "300,000 .
Boston is 6,550,000
Insurance Companies.,--Tbe Insua nce Cap-
ital of New-Yoric is '- .- -9,250,000
Baltimore is :- 1,900,000
Boston is 2,400,000

rlour, &c. The price. of tflbir and grain has
experiseved a sudden rise .t tit Esuthli.,! amnd
westward. .Floiur has been sald t., doll'.r'sthae
barrel, in M1;:rylanid; arit fWhedbtim Albany,for
I dollar 25 ceilts the btushel. The failntreof (he
r'tj. itsn the .,, i th s. ,. 1. I ..' c-.su of the
tutac, btt... i ... .i t [5 i .t,I ', \ set Irr-nuiteL,
or will decline, wlhee i vt 'Iit: 1 tl' ,1 ie hiutvest
has been ..., .-tu.,i.,n. |b ,i -,:..i.i ELurope..
Flour toas se:l'hg at Gilraltirr:die 10th Au' ist,
froln t3,75 to6 K4-,0 per. barre..-It was also veirv
dull at IRioJaneiro; and large stock afloat.

nuer-ican Board of Foreign Missions. A
meeting of the Commissioners was held at
Springfield the 19th Sept. Pi'esent, the Rev.
Dr. LrDaIA, oFfialfield, Hou. WILLIA'M REEn,
of Marblehead, Professor Woois, of Anido-
ver, lIon. Mr.. HooKEtU, of.Springfield, Mr.
ETARTS, of Boston ; Hon. Joun .TA'lVAwtEL,
Hon. Jota C. .urlTn, 1Rev. Dr. Monsi, and
Rev. Dr. DAY, of Connecticut ;- President AL.-
mSu, ofBirunstwick, Muaine ; and tile Rev. Drs
DAvis l id PuuivOFti'a, of New York.
'rThe Coummissonersremained in session two
days, durini,- which the Rev. Dr. MoassE,
preaclied from Psalm, ii. 8; Ask of me, and
I shal give thee tlhe heathen for thy inheri-
tance, and the uttermost parts of the earth
for thy possession."-and the Rev. President
ALLEYx, from Luke :xv. 10. t"Likewise, I.say
unto you, there is joy in the-presence of the
Angels of God over one sinner that repen-
teth." Contribution S143,10. -

The Evangelical Missionary Society held
its anniversary meeting yesterday, in the
church in Brafttte.street, when a sermin was
delivered by the 1Rev. Mr. PALEIrEY, and a
very liberal -collection was taken. The ob-
ject of the Institution is to assist i: the sup-
port of Ministers in the new settlements of
ouir own county; and to disseminate the
the gospel unincumbered with human creeds
and metaphysical speculations. Tlhe society
originatedd in Worcest)rm county, about 10
years since.


JMfE60NIC CELEBRATION,
The Triensial'Festival pfthe Massachusetts
Charitable Mechanic Associat'on will take
place TO.MORROW. The Society .will as-
semble at Concert-Hall in the morning for
tbe'aniual election of officers. The nmalm-
bers will then go in procession to the Church
in Hollis-street, where religious services will
be performed by the Rev. Mr. PoxnaoNT, and
-an addressbe delivered by Mr. TaoMAs WExas.
The Association, with its invited guests, will
then proceed to Faneuil-Hall, to partake of a
dinner to be prepared by Mr. FENso.
Tais ArTiasooN, at 2 o'clock, there will
be an exhibition of mechanical productions
before the trustees anid committees of the
association, at the ,Washington Gardens, and
premiums will be awarded to the successful
competitors.
0r'The Government of the Massachusetts
Charitable Mechanic Association are request.
ed to be in.the Washington Gardens at two
o'clock this afternoon.

J.C. l.JEMIC RECORD.
PRINCETON COLLEGE, XJew-Jersey.-
Commeticement 26th Sept. Forty young
gentlemen were admitted to the degree of.
Iachelor of .Jrts; and eight gentlemen, -a.-
lumnii of the college, to the degree of .faster
ofl rts.' .James Lenox, A. M. of Columbia
College; Dr.,J. M. Staughton, A.M. of Penn.-
sylvania U.: Riftud Woodward, A. M. and Wil-
liam Turner, A. B. et Yale, and Henry M.
Mason, of Pennsylvania University, were ad-
mitted'ad eundem. I-IoNOrTtAa DEonGR s were.
conferred, of A. B. bn Charles A. Alexander
and John J.Van Mater ; of A. M. on Wm. W.
Bhauvelt; of D. D. on Rev. Greville Erving,
of Scotland; and Rev. ,Amii Armstrong, of
New-Jersey; and of LL.D. on Jared Inger-
soil, Esq. of Phil.-Jelphia. Of the exercises,
were,-On the incompatibility of national ig-
norance within rational freedom, by John D.
Reed, of Delaware ;-OOn the equity and pol-
icy of extending to the Indians tlie rights of
citizenship, by James II. Stuart of Pennsylva-
nia ;-On the influence of Tracts, by P. .A.
Ieiskell, of Penn., and On the character of
the Christian Mitsionary, by Moses C. Searle,
of Massachusetts.

WVorceeter Cattle Sh'o-n. 'We have not re-
ceived ar official account of the commence.
ment of the Agricultural Jubilee, at Worces-
ter;. but we learn by a gentleman who was
-present, that it was well attended, and that
the exhibitions were numerous, and com-
pletely gratifying.-A large number of
Ploughs started i'n the match, which was lus-
tily contested; and there was afterwards sev-
eral satisfactory trials of strength of Work.
ing Oxen,-One of the most pleasing shows
of the day, was a team of thirty-five yoke.of
WorkisZg Cattle, all belonging to the town of
Shrewsbury. The address to the Agricultu-
ral Society, by the Hon. JorATHant RoSSE.L,,
was much extolled for its Scienceoand useful
information. Our informant did not visit the
pens, &c. but was informed,thtat the show of
animals,' products, and manufactures, was.
worthy of the reputation of the county. The
dinner was attended by over 200 Agricultur-
alists, and their friends; at which the Hon.
DAN:EL WALD.o presided. The toasts were
peculiarly appropriate and neat. In the eve-
ning there was a brilliantball, and every thing
was conducted with the utmost order,and
festivity. -- .--
COMMUNICATIONS.
sit. InUSSEr.-The- office of Register of
Deeds for the county of Middleset being-va.
1- +h s.a-. 'a-+hLVQ st'Y' n tl't,- 1. _1:__


of tie Electors of said county, Mir. GEORGE
BARTLETT, of Charlestown, as a person
filly deserving of their confidence, and of-
their support, at the election which must soon
take place to fill that office. '
A MIDDLESEX ELECTOR.

MiR. nVss5V.s-The friends of Mr. Wir.rAMx
WVnTvrzr request you to mention him as a
candidate for the vacant office of Register of
Deeds for Middlesex. They believe him fully
qualified, if intelligence, modest demeanor,
and purity of purpose, find favor in the eyes
of this PEOPLE.

HEALTH OF OUR TOWNS.
A'Mew-Orleans, Charleston, Philadelphif.-
Unustually healthy for the season,
Savannah.-Although many cases of re-
mittant fever occurred, and appeared to be
on the increase, the type of the disease con-
tinued mild and manageable. Notwithstand-
ing, on the 20th ult. the Board of Health re-
commended to absent citizens not to return
homeibefore the usual time.
I"'7inmigton, Y. C. The last letters say,
this city has been nearly deserted by the pop-
ulatidn, on account of the prevailing 5bver.
The ravages of the disease is almost without
par'allel.-In the family of Mr. Jos. Bishop,
formerly of N. Haven, he, two of his children,
his wifs's mother, and a servant, all have
died of the fever.
Edenton, .N. C.-Sept. 18th and 19tb, one
death each day by malignant fever.
tJofolk.-Fever abated. No death by it
on the 22d, 23d, and 24th ult.
Baltiniore.-Sept. 26th, two deaths by ma-
lignant fever.-27th, two.
In the interior of Maryland and Virginia
much epidemic sickness prevails.
.Mesw York---One new case of fever was re.
ported on Saturday.
The Mayor of New-York, by Proclamation,
has prolonged the Health Regutlations of that
city to the 1st of November. They usually
have ceased-on the first of October.
All the towns in New Emglind unusually
healthy.. --
-atchmen look out. An attempt was made
to break open a store iia Kilby-street,on Mon-
day night. The shutters ofthe windows front
ing the street,were bored with a gimblet, and
the edges of the shutters were cut away with
a knife, and the bolt.pushed halfway back.
John W. Fox'ey, who was lately advertised
in this paper, as having been entrusted with
letters at Portland, containing 53.20 in money,
which hie converted to his own use, and ab-
sconded,. passed through' Springfield about
three weeks since, with a young female
whom hlie called his wife, and exchanged at
the hank in that town about $150 in Eastern
bills for those of the U. S. He has been de-
scribed in the Springfield paper, and no doubt
has been pursued.
The trial oft'"armer Ir the murder of tlie willow
Ayer,'took place yesterday, at Amherst, N. IIH.

The papers mention, that the Managers of
the New-York theatre have offered Mr. BRA-
iiAM, lhe English vocalist, forty thousand dol-
-lirs for an engagement of two years in the
United States, which he has declined: It was
the infant of this performer, that the Duke
of Sussex (brother of the British King) lately
stood sponsor for at the altar, and for which
he has been severely handled in the London
papers.
The Rev. Mr. MarFIT, we learn, will preach
at the Town House, in Roxbury, This Even-
ing. Service to commence at half past six.

To ConRasEPowNsxtts. Duncan Dugald
Darvis" will find on our first page the cause
of the omission of his communication. "I-
vanhoe" was first received; and we think


even "D. D. D." will admit that his article
deserves the preference. We reget that
"D. D. D." should have felt" sur'prize," that '
Alexipharmacu"t appeared in our paper.-
But- there is no accounting tor feelings.
Were D. D. D." the conductor of a public
journal, he, perhaps, would refuse to insert
every thing which did not square with his
own notions ; and he. would have a right so
to act. But we suspect, that when he has
carefully perused o Ivanhoe," hlie will admit,
that the pr-inciple of giving both sides of a
controversy a fair hearing, is not without its.
beneficial effects; and, that in the instance
which -has created his surprise, it is to an
adherence to this Iold fashioned principle,
the public are indebted for one of the ablest
defencess of the great Northern' Bard, and his
country, which has been compressed in a
couple of columns.
The favor of our IWaltham friend is re.
ceived.
We have only room to acknowledge the
receipt of several articles yesterday, which
shall be duly noticed.

.nmerican -Education Society.-Its annual
meeting will be holden, THIS DAY, at 4
o'clock, at the hall ofthe.Marlbdro' Hotel, to
h-iear the Report of the Directors, and to do
something whicli shall raise the Society to
more vigorous action. Motions will be made
and accomp'utied.- with addresses by several .
gentlemen. .
tY'Seatswill, be reserved for the ladies.
Oct. 3. '

MARRIED
In this town on Sunday evening, by the Rer. MlS e Wis.
ner, Mr. Gilman Hok toi Miss tclart-si Bailey.-ully tihe
eler. Mr. Lowell, Mr. Maik Healey to Miss Caroline Fos-
ter.
On Sunday evsning,b hy the Rev. Mr. Dean, Mr. Joseph
Stacy to Miss Matilda Rust.
By the Rev. Daniel sharp. Mr. Thomas Howe, Jr. to
"iss Sisan AMt. Larlin.
In Dorcheiter,N r. Samuel Penny to Miss Lydia Siiersean.
In Newbaryport, Mr. Joseph Hale to Mrs. Sarah Osborn.
At Tiverton, R. I. or. Sunday, 23d ult. by the Rev. Mr;
Colon, Mr. Philip Pierce, of Lintle-Compton, t6 Miss
Fanny Grqy.of'Tiverton.
In Portland,.John Muzzy, Esq. tod Mrs. Lydia St. Barbe
Tracy. of Newbtryport. -
In Albany, N. Y. Estes Howe, Esq, Becorder of that city,
to Mise Nancy Vwillard.
In Pittsford, V Jo)sialh Wes'coat,aged I7, to Miss Eunice
Gibson, aged 38.
DIED
In this town, JAseph Nathaniel, youngest son of tir. Jo-
iephl Loring, aged 11 nto.
On Saturday last, master Newton Crane, of Canton.
aged 15.-Charlotte Maria,yomnnest daughter of the late.
.Ca t,. William Newman, aig-"d 2 years. "
On Saturday last, Francis A. T.eksborr, only child of
Mr. Andrew and 'Mrs. Anin T. aged 1 8 months.
m On Sunday nuorhltig, uey Lavinah, ngtd 2 years and 5
montlis.daisighter ofMr. Thomas Gaffield.
(it Sundtuy evening, lMiss Abigail Meriam.
Mrs. Mary Todd, the wife of Capt. William Todud,
aged 77.
On Monday, Mrs. Lydia, wife of Mr. Joseph Wild, and
daughter ofLieut. Thomas Reed, ofrWestlbrd. "
Oi Sunday, Matry, daughter of Mr.-Joaepis Cabot, aged 7
months. -
Yesterday.nvery suddenly, Mr. Sheldon Perry, aged 36.-
Funueral this afternoon, at 4 o'elocL, froen his late reat-
denue inl Sea-street-renlations and friends are requested to
attend. .
At Leachmere Point. on Saturday last, Sainuel Bartlett,,
Esq. .esister of Deeds tor the county of Mittdlesex.
It oxhury, on Sunday last, Mrs. lilzaheth Nutting
agedl 75 .
aIn Wtertown, Sept. 26. Elizabeth, and on the 27rth.
Isaae Bernard,cchihlren of Daniel A. 'Tainter.-On Friday
evening last, MNi. Edmund Fowle, sp'-d 74.
In Salenm, Mr. Joseph Lovejoy, formerly of Amherst,
ageid 44.
In Salsem, on Monday Inst, of a Typhus fever, Miss Maria
Worcester, daughter of Mr. Ehenczer Worcester, aged 16.
In Gloucester,on tlhe21stof'Sept.Mrs. Ellzabeth, wife of
Mr. Ftlijah Foster', aged 70.
In Newburyprti, Mrs. Stickney, aged,'0.
It Framingnham, 23d inst.Elbrleson of Mr. Mlicah Bent.
In nrnsitable, Miss Eliza Ctroek-,, aged 10.
In Union, Maine, Mrs. Sally. wvife of Mr. Obadiah
Morse, thrmerly of Newton, Mass. agdt 44:
In Hartford, Coil;Mr. t ezetkiah Olettt, aged 66.
In Norfolke, Vif. Lieut. 1enry H. OIcost, of the U. S.
'.marine corps, aged 33.
an Walsmh t=1n .


At Hilsit afs'9hio, Cap:. Cary A. Trimunble,postmtas-
ter, laie of the Army.
In East Florat,ao 10th Sept. Hon. Thomas Pitch, late of
thi State, Chief Justice of the county coult of St. Johns
- aged 45. '
Offa P, acola, S1 st Asg. in the U. S. sch. Hornet, Lieut.
SJoseph C1a3sfi, of thi.U.S. navy. -
In Pensacola, 27th ul. sailing master Alexius Luceett,
of the U. S. sch. Enterprize.
at Natches, MissisippiDr. E. Bell, of the Army of the
U. States. ,
At Bat ionRouge,iAug.25, Capt. Bichard .Tors, aged 51,
formerly ofizhis ntin..%
At sea, on ha pasange fremn Ht.vant to Europe, Mir.
Cha-les E. Long, agedS22, son of the Hleon. George Long, of
Portsmaouth.
OBITUARY
Of EBENEZER WIGHT, Esq. of Dedham, recently
deceased. When the good man goes down to the tomnb,t
is well for the living to he reminded of his worth that they
may hbe excited to co)y his example. P'arely tiave we
seen, in the same individual, nil the virtues shine with a
bi ghter lustre durifnga lung life, than in the instance of
Mr. Wight. Religion elory touk pcss' t sion of hli mind.
and he resolved to dedicate hins lifet1 the sdvo anemei t of
her cause. Having received his education at our Univer-
sity, and prepared himself otr the ministry, he was invited
by the sooriety worshi|ing in Hollis-street, Bosto, ito he.
come their Pastor. s successor to Dr. Byles. For ten years
he continued to dispense the word of life to this people
with fidelityand ability, returned by success and attach-
ment, when a partial less of sight compelled him alter
twice requestingdismission, to sever the tender cord which
united him to hisaffectionnte flock. nnd cire to private
life. Here, as before, 4 allhis thiougts had rest in Heav-
en." The hlopesand promises of oir Itholy religion were
the favorite theme of his conversation, end its pircepts int
every situation the strict rul- of his conduct. A s all in-
strutore lie wns the father of his puIpils, as a magistrate the
protector of the oppressed, as a citiziin te pattern of every
goodv.ork. In al I the relay i tons of domes tc life he was a
never failing source of hapiipscnss and instrnc.ion ts o is
family In his last lingering- and painful sickness he dis-
pla ed in an uncommon degree, the triumph of religion
over the decay ofnatnre. Here might be seen tlhe uilm
ness, the fortitude, the resignation or the Christian. Here
a brother disciple might he strengthened in his faith. Here
, n itlldel night lesrn the value of Ctristianitv in the hour
ofsisi 'ering.. The nearer he approached thli termination
of life, the more he eitoytrd the supporting presence of his
Divine Master, till wih ijoywe fell asleep in Jesus.

8'HIPPING JOURNAL.


Arr. at Nebwport,on Saturday IasI. (towed in by the Ra-
lenue Cutter,) U. S. set. Nofsuch, I.ient. Com. Turner.-r.
The N. sailed from N. York 1 Sth iist. bound to Gibraltiar.
and ou the 19th and i0th, lat.-38,ltn. 64, experienced a -
ry severe gate, which stove in the bulwarks, and carietia-
way the rudder, and was compelled to return for repairs..
varssWaS. LEFT. .
At Monte Video. July 2SO, brigo Dave, Pearce, of New-
buryport,for Ant.werp in 8 o '10 days'; Susan, Cov-ll, of
Bostons, disc.; Cora, Page, of do. tline;.
At New Orleans, 3 Sdays since; ship Union, up for Btos-
ton. "
At Leghorn, July 22, stoop of war Ontario fligate Con-
stitution. from Genoa.at. 3 or 4 dsys bore ; bIigs Chal's.
Towne, Calcutta, 20-, Jos. Eistbtirne, Cagliara, 3 or 4.-
The Hopestill, Stinson; Rlesign, Sihuyler, and Ranger,
Hedge, for do. all saiiwd a few days before.
AtSt.Croix, B. E. 2Sdr.ys si:ie, brig Win.of Bath, dis-
chmeugiug. At V. E. brig'St. Clair, Whitmore.-'eaue, "doe
At Cronsladt,. lly-3ocliee; Cornelhat', Graipus, Wan--
derer,and Clio. fore this port; Elizahih,'uof N. Bd'dlrd.-
In Esitneur Roadsts, Aug.-9. Fsawns.
At T'rinit3, Sept. 3. brig iliza, Rtapall, from this port,
(Aug. l)jistar. ; Elzii, Keniiebuiik,.1o."
'Thae Carolite Augstai," 'Turse'r,' was discltrging at Tri-
este 59 du>1s since- the only Am. vessel in port.
Brig Sally Barker, just ar. Irom.this port,(sailedAugi123)
ws at St. Barts 7ith ut. .
At St. Geurge's. flernitflli. Sept. 12:.brig Rapids Rich-
ards. just atr. fr iin Bltuh. At Hamilton. sell. =- Davmis,
for Turks Island l3ath. At. do. about 15th, sch. Aristides,
Nichols, 28 days froms Bath, ar. 6th, di;c.
At Ri Janitrois 4lh Ang. brig Marpsret-Wrlgbt, Chaste,
f'r Hav;na i4th ; Swau.tGaves,lfr Newbitryist t -4ht ;Sar"ah
Herridis. Ctihseati Nainteet.for Brazil lian?, 2; Alert,'
Broct.do. do. 4. Ship Fair Helen, ol Sag Harbor; satitd
8th July. Brigs W iluham Thateber.. Chase; of N. Bedford,
sailed lbr the lBanis 18th July i Aht eyv, Potter, for;Stali ',
sailed l251t; ship PaelIet. Young, uf Providenee, f6i a hias
anidEuroie;, saikldSlih, -h ,
At St. Thomas. Sept. 3, brigs Confidence, hC., i, for tbis
port, S ; Uion, Esats, tron ,Marlehiead, uno.., s' I. G ic--
ner,.j "tar. from i 'otsmiiuli. Tue Williatmof Bath;sf;
St. Croisx, saledit-s e dyt: ;. .- ..

BreertIs eltiee ri.,t- alr i '
Sept. 9 bffCop'e Hen:y, se. B, others, of Dartinouth,
froin Cuba obr Philadellidtt -. .
Sept. 15, lat, 32, Ion. 72, sIhip Prferct, Prince, from LiVer-
poolo fr Chanlestion.
Sept. S20t iat. 40,, lon. 69, 20, brig Leiant, 3 days from
Portlaind for Havanim. "
Sept. ll.lat. 31, loun.761,brigFanny. 8 days from Matan-
zas for Boston. .-.
Autg. 23, lat.37.40,!on.11,30, briir Corporal Triin, Da-
vis S5 daysfrom Gloucester for Gibraltar.
Sept, 2. lat. 42, Inn. 37, ship Friendship, or.Saleril, from
Batavia or Autweiep. .
Sept. l8th, on Grstd BDanit, sehs. Salus. of tlarblehiead,
5000fish ,and Yarico,. of dos. 600.
Sept.23, let.43, Ion. 10,stlh. Syren, Weston, of Plymnouthi,
62 f-rom ochelle faor thib tort.
Aug. 19. lilt. 36, 2i long. 23, ship Courier, 185 ays from
this port forSumatra. .
AUg. 25, lat. 36,lon. 35. heri Ann. of Providence, 25 days
from Capes of Virg. ltir Gibralttr. -
Sept. 6. ant. 34, on, 45, 30, seb*. Atlventtre, from Bristol,
(R. I.) for S. Seas ; had parted with b.ig Abeona, of do. 4
days out.
Sept. 23, lat. 42, Ion; 64. selh. Aurora, hence, fur Marseil-
les, a days from CapeCoal. .
Srpt. 25, lat. 41, 1on. 69, h sloop 3 days from Portland foe
Bermuda.
Sept. 26, lat. 41, 0on. 68, brhigNew Packet, Walden, 48
llouirs from Pirtsmouth for New Orleans.
Sept. 9, lat.31,21,lun. 65,seh. Union, Lamnsun,hence for
St. Barts.
Aug.20,off Bardsey Island, ship Juno, of this port, 23
days from Savannah. "
se~pt.2a0th, brig Betsey. 17 daystrom Havana for Wiseas-
set.
Aug. 20o, off the Old Head of Kinsale, ship Mercury, from
tlhi port.
at. 37,40.1on. 74I. a se. from this port for St. Augus-
tine, (supposed to be the Bee.)

Brig Mary.Pratt, from New Orleans, andsch. Washing-
toi, Ellis, hence at Gibraltar 13itl Aug. the former for Ma-
ltga the latter for Nice, both to'sail in ai-few days.
Ar. at Havana, previous to Sept. l0.ship Cotcordias,from
Portsmouth ; hrigs Betsey', Eells. Belfast; Cobboisee Con-
ee, Jackson, Bath ; Atias, 'Moody, Kennebunk I Plioamix,
Brown, Boston ; Pegasus anti Fame, R. Islanrid ;- Mary,. of
Newpurt; Jas. Monroe, Chase, Portland ; schs. Washitg-
ton, Lewis, do. ; Trio, loore, Castine.
Brig Mary, nrinkwaler, for Portland, sailed from St.
Slbes Aug.21.
Arr. at Gibraltar, Aug. to 8. ship Pearl, brigs Sultana
and Elk. and schs. Grampus and Rovesr, Boston ; ship Fish-
er Ames, of Newport. and brig Lucy, N. Orleans; brig Ca-
Ivpso, and sch. Felicity. N. York ; brigs Olympia, George.
town, Col.; Mary, (supposed f'om N. Orleans.) Cl. brig
Syren, Niclols, Marseilles, Shtip John & Adam, friem Elbi
for Alexandia, wasat do. 16lt ita sailtsame day.
Brig Eagle sailed from Gnttenbuirg July 29. .
No Am. sesset; at Marseilles, 63 days since-brig Venus,
for Gibraltar andt A lexasdrim. sailed 12 days before. .
Seh. Julia, Decker, of Maiie, for Turks Island.sailed'fr.
St. George's uSth. Sch. Visitor, Sylv-ester' of Bath, for do.
ce. at Hamilton 4th.
Sailed from Salem on Sunday, new brig Roscoe, Vander-
12 days. "' .
Art. at Norfolk, Sept. 22, schi. Rising States, Atwood. St.
George's, Ber. 5 days.
A brig was beriw Savannah 20th Sept. supposed to be
the Almirs, rnene. .'
NEWBURYI'ORT, Sept. 20.-Cliaredsch. Sarhb,-Tit-
comb. W. Indies. 30th, ar. seb. Borneo, Symons, .ong
Island, bahamas, 23. Oct. I, el. brig Adeline' Poor,:West
Indies.
NEW YORK, Sent. 29-Arrived, ship Fox, Wyer, 70
dys from Monte Video. sp Jones, Davis Liver-poal;
brigs Am rzon, Preniss, Lisbon ; Constitution, Klochgeter,
Amnotim-damr; schs. Little-Williami, Noyss, Matanzast; Orb,
Rich, 'Port as Prince ; Johp George, Termuda; Sloops
Glib, Lovell. and Delight. Borges,Baetont
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. -8-Arrived, ship Magnet.
Garwood,' Rio Janeiro. 54; brigs Savannah Packet, "E-
dridge, St. Jago ; Trito, of Boston, from Cl ship
Juliana. Fisher, Hamburg; brig Harp, Sandgram, Gibral.
tar; schs. Lively,*Winslow,Guanaja ; Monkey,Waterhouse, .
Portland. :
BALTIMORE, Sept. 27-Cleared brigs Barbarts, Jore.
ganes, Havanai ; Barzillai, Liscomb, BOston and Eastport;
schs. Henry. Diggs, St. 'rhomas; Trader: Cobb, Freder.
iclstnirg and Boston sloop Merrimack Packet, Knapp,
iM >ataizas ; seh. Mariner, Lewis, Nantucket.


The President and Directors of the
Merchants' Insuranse Company,
T EREBY give notice, that the Capital Stock of
said Company amounts to Three Hundred
'T'houtsand Dollars, the whole of which 'is paid in
and invested in United States Stock, Bank Stock,
&c. according to the requirements of their charter.
That they receive proposals and make Insurance
on Marine Hlisks, and on Buildings and Property
against the risk of Fire, as expressed in the Poli-
cies. not exceeding 50,000 on a risk.
Applicants for Insurance against Fire, are in-
formed, tlht no particular form is necessary in ma-
king a propsal. It may be verbal or written, and
may describe the property to be insured in general
terms, or may if preferred, confine the Insurance
to a particular Article, or class ofArticles, and may
or may not, express the value, as the applicant shall
prefer.
That the Company insure for such amount, not
exceeding the full vilue, at.d for such time, as t(il
parties many agree.


JORT OF OS/.V-_ISI. Thlatlthy do net, in FireInsurances, assess
S ITURDAY, Sept. 29-Arrived brig William, Gilpatrick, partial loss on the whole property, as in Marine In.
N. Orleans, and 30 days from the talize ; sloops Boston,' surances, but pay the whole loss, even although
Baullt-y, New TorK' Maine, Lowell, Portlunl ; Orio, they may have Insured but a part of the property,
Woodson, DuxbOry; atlly, Roundy, Marblehead; Blacdo pr'ovidedlit do not exceed the'sum Insured.
itoogh, Lewis, N. lork, 6 days.
Cane up-from. qnar. seb. tUnion. That. when in consequence of a Fire inf the vi-
C:eared-Ship t Milo, Candler. Charleston; brigs Lark, cinity, it becomes nrctissary to remove property for
Lee, Trinidad; PPrudent, Gonld. Cape de Verd and Afri- safety, the removal in such case does not affect the
ca; Sampson, Snow, City Point anti ichmond liza vlidlty of the Policy, and theConi any hold tI es,
beth, Bich, Savannah ; Julia, Cole, N. Orleans; Es e, va ty of the Policy, nd tle Company liold tlira.
Wise,. altimore; Henrico, Luce. Rielnond; schs. Dan- selves answerable for all unavoidable loss aild dam.
ie) & legnatius, Abbot, I.ubec ; Moxican, Whion, Phili.; age to property by renmovin g It rnrer' such circem-
Benj. F-eaklin, Foster, dti.; Iniant. Collier, Frederieks- stances, is like masinurias-if the same-were lost or
blra; Indian queen. Pillsbury, Mobile; Hannah, Davis, damagel iey being turned.
Savannah; ,Maine, Bugsion, Charleston. That lien an property Insured hv thisCom-
SUJNDAT, Sept. 30.-Arrived, brig Richmond, Webb, nht wshllen hs'oi rropemty oiedsu-.e y the e Comi-
Richmonid; shs. Harriet, Thona'i, ,tuec ; Golconda h pa"- slhan le sold or remoredl within the term for
Saoall, Streigtsof Belleiste, with 81,000 flsl! ERliza, Mayo, o fwich it is insured the Policy may be transferred
do. with 48.00oo; sloops Experiment, Empress, Geo. Wash- or altered so as to cover Ihe property for a fair
Sito n Gen iket, ir avjt .abeth City; Dol equivalent for the risk, r- the Company will re-
p'in, Hall, N. York ; slnop< Hielni. Corey, Sag Harb-l ; turn tlhe premium for IPh unexpl)ired time, provn-
'Ihree Sisters, Hall, H do.; Twou Brothers.iakoer, Providence. dud it exceed three months, as stated in their Pol-
.Arr. at quaranine brign William & Jtnes, Barroughs. 33 icies.
lays from N. Orleaus, and27 from ithe Ba ize ; ssls. Hope, rI'iat in case of' los,.they require .such proof only
1S tidys, and Native, _it 41 days, both froti St. Jago ; Unitni as is t1:ea3 0na hle n] Csutomrv And their p olicy
PatitrSon,25daysfromSt.roix. as is reasonalic and customary. And their policy
Atsobrig T'vo Brothers. Tukey.rHoniuuras,25; sell. H- provides that in case the parifes should be unable
ratio, lragg, St.Thomas, via tyannis. to agree on the amon ut ofloss, fite subject shall he
M101oDAr, Orctobcr -Arrivcd brigs Orion, Smith. (of reftrred to three disinterested men.residingin Bos-
Dixboiry) Sr. Utwe ;Ortando. uslc, Leghurnt; Messenger, fon, one of wltoa to he chosen by eAlch a tpat, Altt
'lynouth b as t ;iat fie. ures, Dxbury; selts. Ge of threeth md by the otlet, aul thethird
Jnctkson, Hailer, slIt. t'St. Croi, itrooki .sastpnrt i Mary O tlIre to ne by t e other, aud the third,
Nisekson, Kennebee; Mary & Eliza, Matthews. tfro by tLe two so chosen.
BnthiforProvidence. Il'ithe assured should lb dissatisfied with thi
Retled, vi perseverance. which s ail hence 2 tilt. olde ofladjustment,.he has still a right to resort to
ricared-Brigs Decattir. Amdrews, N. Orlansi; Adeline, his legal remedy, and may attach tec property of
Atwo-d, Saiitmns; stlops Packet, Kenuobunki; Enter- the Company, if'this should be deemed necessary.
prize.NniaCte iet. At thle rates at which they Insure, the expense
1TU'0SDJI' Oct.'2-Came iup from iquiaran- wouhl be as follror- :--
tine brig Margaret K Saralh, from St. Thlomas. To Insure S 10,000 on Central or indii-?
Cleared-Schs. Boston, Freeman, Surinam, by wharf, f'or a year, S 5 -
0. Vinal ; Climax, Simpson, Havana, hiv Peters, To liinre 85,000 on a brick Dwelling-
Pond & Co. ; brig lMayflower, Weston,'Charles- lhouse,.sla!'d, for a year, 50
t)". -- t 'Po Insure S2,000 ont Ifonsehlld Fur-Z
Sell. Linaran, of Cassine, anid sloop Penobscot Packet, lniture ill such a House, fort a vear, 5 0
were sold t st. John. 1sh u. wih their eargnas of pls-- And in the same Iproportion-for greater or less
ter. '7 ie tisrmer was citght in for the owners, at a Verysums.
reasonable price. T sums.
Brig Fair Tr ler.t at anchor in the stream., hound to tua- Tlte s.afe-t class of wooden Buildings arc insured
vana. tuok fire ou Sunday morning, atnd after her deck load at double. the albovn rates, and those more hazard-
was iltrown ovr. tlee fire ws eiextinguished-a great pnret of ous in |proportion as tie- riak is isci eased.
tihe maiin deck is burnt so muci that it must be repliaeed. Per order, MOSES L. HALE, Sec'y.
Sdl. Victory. Hi gins, of Cape Cod from St. Andrews a oct 3
for N. York, within aiter, struck on the Long Shoal, 26th!
UIt. andiininvdliately sunk--crew laundd at Nantucket, saie
dlay, itn their boais.. PO WDER.
Srh. Alexander, Lewis, hence for Riehipond, foundered ONSTANTLY for sale, and sent to any part of
on Thlurday last.5S miles S.of BIoek Lsland. The officers th .own free of expense, in lots of 1 a 500
and crew. with iMr. Arnold, a Passenger. etibarked it; the wn l pes ot a 5
iaou,(saving only a part of.th'ei wearing apparel, some casks, by I.COPELAND, Jun. 69, Broad.
tread and water) amu reached Heyanison'ridaymornini;. street, DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER.
The Alexander haad a cargo of s80tons plaster 80bags salt sept 19. ist'
200 thairss snda qutantity ntr cchlsis o anti pples. '


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For Savannah.
SThe newand superior, fast sail-
f lo ing,. copper fastened andl copper
sheathed ship MOUNT VERNON, J. H-wes
s master,' will sail for the above port early in Oct.-
For freight, which will be taken at a low rate, or
p ssage,havingelegant accommodations, with Beds
arid Bedding furnished, apply on board, south'
side India-wharf, to WILLIAM GODDARD, No.
10, Central-wharf, or GEORGE NOBLE, Shin
Broker, No. 16, Long-wbharf
I The Mount Vernon will proceed from the above
port fobrLiverpool and return to Boston, an early
spring ship ; she is intended to be regular in tlhe
above route, spring and frll.
Shippers'of Goods Iron) Liverpool are assured
that she shall always sail from thence on thle day
that may be appointed. cpistf sept 22

For XVorth Carolina. -
The sch. GEORGE PICKET, Capt.
/ H lorney, will taker freight fort any prt
us in o Nrth Carolina, if offered in a few
,lains. Fnr terms, applv to MUNSON
&B BARNARD, No. 17, Central-whart;
or the master, at. Lloyd's-wharf. oet S
*For Richmond--This, Day.
The fine staurnc seh. MADEIRA
PACKET, Foster, niaster, will sail
THIS DAY for Richmond anl City
Poirit. For freight or paisage apply to
.4 mf irie Mlaster on ttrovd, at tine T. to
11E. 1JAMIN BANGS, No. 34, Central-wharf,
or to JOHN AYERS, No. 30, Long-wharf, who
as for sa-Ie, a prime lot of 40 hlids. James River
TOBACCO. 1 p nt. 3
SFloutr, Tobacco 'and Cotton.
OLIVER, BORLAND'& ABBOT,
AVE. vo. 21, CEjV'TRl.L- I, VR2ill'P,
AN VEFOR S \LE,
500 bbla. Alexandria superfine and scratched
Flour,
150 hlids. long leaf Kentucky Tobacco,
500 kegs Richm ni manufactured tobacco of
various qualitie--tome very prime,
240 bales Cotton, received by recent arrivals
from New Orleans, oct. 3
COTTON.
1 NIF' BALES prime Gonrgia ULpland COT-
10 ) TON-fo sale by B'N.IAMIN F. B.
MITCHELL & CO. No. 34, Cemral-wharf.
oct 3 Sis
London Brow Stout.
THOMAS DENNIE & SON
X6o. 31, STATE-STR1B8ET,
"IAVE for sale, now landing from ship London
Packet. 50 casks Dowding's t Thomas'
DOUBLE BROWN STOUT, in casks of 7 annd
8 dozen eaeb.
They have on hand, a few casks Bristol POR-
TER.' .ALo-rich Bunton ALE in jugs-and a
few pipes Rasteau's BRANDY. .oct 3
RUSSIA SHEETINGS.
I P PIECES Russia Sheetings, entitled
'tJIJ to dehenture-for sale by SAMU-
EL PARKMAN, JR. & CG. oct 3
Sail Cloth, Ravens Duck, Sheetings.
B AKER&l HODGES,.No. 30,India-street,have
fot sale,just received-Russia Sail Cloth, Ra-
vens Duck, and Russia Sheeting, entitled to deben-
ture. bt 3
PIPE STA~VES.
Si M. PIPE 'STAVES, afloat-for sale by
i MUNSON & BARNARD, No. 17, Cen-
tral-wharf. nct 3
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO.
AVTE FOR SALE-4 carboys OIL OF JIU-
NIPER. trf oct
COTTON.
N OW landing froni brig William-50 bales
J- prime New-Orlea s Cotton.
S 'S'tre1-Mess No. 1 and Beef'; No. 1 Pork;
,. 'Orietis and'IVirgini'l'Tobaceco; St. Croix and
iAntigua Ruth ;" Dry and Si eet VMalagn tine ;
Lonnpuyt & Co's Scliedam Gin; N. Orlcans and
Alabama Cotton; White -L.vana Sgars ; Pr'eserv-
ed Ginger, c. &c. ftbr-sale by R. D. 'TUCKiER &
CO. No. 32, Indiia-street. ', oct .
SUMIIER OIL.
TJOSIAH BRADLEZ &? CO. No. 29, India-
a street, have landing from sloop- Ekperiment
and Empress, for sale ,
120 casks Summer Strained Sperm Oil, of prime
quality. oct .
BAKER & HODGES,
n l -sa. 0SO, IsVDI2-STSRES.T,
HAVE FOR SALE,
Russia and RavensDuck, East India Ivory,
various fibricks, New OPleansCotton,
Russia Sheetings, Kenitucky Tobacco,
Claret Wine, in casks, Jtbs to fullblood Merino
Do. do: in hoxes, Wool,
French Sallad Oil, in Surinam and Rio Negro
boxes, baskets -of 12 Cocoa,
and 6,bottles,, CutNailsfrom Sd to40d,
Olive Oil, in casks,.. French Foolscap and
French Velvet Cerks, in Letter Paper,
sacks of 3000 and 1000 Checked and striped
each,. Seersuckers,
Woodhouse's Marsala Chinese Vermillion,
Wine. in whole, half O 1i.ofAnnis-Rice,
and quarter pipes, Havanawhite and brown
Lisbon Wine, in pipes, Sugars.
Sealing Wax, Orange Buds, &e. ie.
oct'S
AX1 PARLOR GRA TE.
" OR sale-a handsome.PARLOTQ GRATE, and
F Siflter, with brass fronts, made in New-York.
Inquire at the Centinel Counting. Room. '
oct 3 4spis
AMOTICE:
T HE Copartnership heretofore existing under
the firm of -
CARTER & COVERING,
isbymutual consent thils day dissolved. Allindebt-
ed are requested to make immediate payment, ard
all having dermandsto present them for adjustment
to JoEL CAxnTErtwho is duly authorized'to settle
all businessof said firm.
-JOEL CARTER,
HARVEY LOVERING.
B ston, Sept. 5, 18-21. '
JOL' CAR rE ,
Respectfully informs his friends and the public
that he.has removed to Chambers No. 9, Market-
row, fronting Cornhill, where he will continue to
receive consignments of American Manufactures,
and make advancements as heretofore. While
tendering his sincere thanks for past patronage he
solicits its continuance.
J. C. has fior sale an extensive assortment of
Amerisan Manufactured Goods at fair prices.
sept 8 3spisistf'.
FAULKNER & REED,
.Me/o. 26, IIROAD-ST'IEET',
l AVE received by the late arrivals from Eng-
land, their assortment of Cotton and Woollen
Goods, consisting of Broadcloths ; Cassiheeres
Snmbazetts; Flannels; Plelisse Cloths; common
and ValenciaVestings ; drab Kerseys:; slate Wors-
ted Hosiery; quality Bindings;; '"abby Velels ;
Men's Gloves; Ladies' H-Isbit do.; Linen Threads;
blue and light Prints; Furnitures; 9-8 J:ickonet
Musliis; 9-8 and 6-4Cambrics; Madrass Handk;
Jackonet do.; Waterloo and Fancy do.; Brittan-
ins; Book,Leno, and Fancy Muslins; brown Hol-
lands; Linens, &c. e&c. which they offer torn sale
by the package or piece, istf -sept 12.'
Ofice of Comm's Streets and Lamps, .
Ca Ca.BaroSro, $'. C. SarT. 15,1821.5
P[URSUANT to a resolution of the Hon. City
Council, of this City, bearing date the 12th
insat.'the undersigned will receive proposals in
writing, until fthie 25th of Octeber next, from any


person or persons, disposed to contract for Paving
Broad, Queen, and Tradd Streets, as far as King-
street, comprising a space of 12,000 square yards ;
the materials will be furnished, and the work
. must commence by the 1st.of December next, and
be finished in a faithful, workmanlike manner.
E.THAYER, Chairman.
"('The Shipping interest in the Northern States
are informed, that a liberal" price will be paid for
Paving Stones, delivered in Charleston, during the
ensug winter. 4is sept 25


HARD WARE GOODS.
IOMES & HOMER.
S No. 33, UNION-STREET,
Have received by the ships Falcon, Herald, Suf-
folk, an"d Mount Vernon, from Liverpool, and Lon-
don Packet, from Lond,n, a general assortment of
Cutlery and Hard Ware Goods. -
Which they offer for sale on good terms, ior cash
or credit. out 3
BANGS & BRADFORDS,
.Mo. 25, BR OJAl-S'ltREE'f,
"i"AVE received by thIe Fall arrivals from lI;ug-
1 land-170 packages of COTTON, WOOL-
LEN and STUFF GOODS, comprising a com-
plete assortment, which they offer for sale by the
package or piece. if out 3


SEdSOJd.1BL.E GOODS..
WHITING & CUSHING,
A V.o. 54, COIL1MILL,
consXnt or COURT-STREE'T,
I ave received a complete assortment'of WOOL-
LEN, COTTON and SILK GOOD% welladapt-
ed to the season, among which are:-black, blue,
drab, stool mixt and hareback Broiill0loths and
Ker se ymeres ; Valencia, To;linet, blue, druabh,
Marseslles, and Swansdown Vestings ; lsate,French
gray, brov'w and maroon Pelisse Cloths; assorted
Slain and figured Flannels; assorted Bombazetts;
7-4, 8-4, 9-4,. 10-4 and 11-4 Rose Blankets; blue
and olive Duffils and Coatings;, drab Kerseys ;
green Bockings; steam-loom Cottons; 4-4 Ir:sh
Linens ; Shawls, ofvarios kinds ; Copperplates;
light mid dark Prints; Ginglhams; brown and
black Linens; Buckrams; extra gilt Coat and
Vest Buttons; Twist do.; Hosiery; Gloves ; best
English Pins ; Nnkin and Canton Crapes; Sars-
nets ; Syncha'ws; Levantines; Silk Velvets; plain
and figured green Silks, &ce. c, oct 3

C UMIBERLA.D tSHIRTI"GS.
ELIPHALET HALE.
.Vo.'S0, .B ROAD.S I'u ET,
H AS for sale, Cumberland bleached and brown
SHIRTINGS, which, together with a gene-
ral assortment ofAmerican Manufactured GOODS,
will be sold low, by the package or piece..
.Also, full blood and common WOOL. cnt
.Merino and Worsted Shawls and
Scarfs, ice. 'c.
T HOMAS 'GIBBS ATKINS, 'No. 29, Marl-
a boro'-slreet, opposite the Old South, has
just received-1 case Worsted Shawis apd Serfsl ;
4 cartoons ,Merino Shawls an'., Seals; 6 do. Me-
rino Wool and # Merino Hdkfs, ; 6 cases Cassi-
mere Shawls, plain and bordered; I do. Men's
and Women's Beaver Gloves; I bale Ladies' Pe-
lisse Cloths; I do. Broadcloths; Men's Worsted
DIraws and Frocks. set s
X0. 14, XJEWBURY-.5TREEiUT
TiIE subscribers offers for sale, his Stock of
GOODS, at reduced prices, consisting of a
great variety of pieces and cut English and rather
Goods. Will sell the whole Stock together at a
large discount from cost, if wanted, and (a lease
cin be obtained of the Shop oun reasonable terms)
shall continue tihe sales by retail ftr ten days, after
which, expects to close the remainder at auction.
oct 3 THO. T. ROBINSON.
LOJDOV QUILLS.
FECEIVED by the London Packet, and for
sale at GRIIENLEAF'S Stationary Store,
No. 4, Court-street, a good assortment of LON-
DON QUILLS, from 40 to.400 cents per humdred;
.diso--Medium, Demy and Foolscap WRITING
PAPER, Bath" and "London"; large wove,
gilt and plain LETTER and Billet Paper ; Impe-
rial Royal, Medium and Demy DRAWING PA-
PERS, all of the very first quality.
Sealing Wax; red and blance Ink and Ink Pow-
dler ; Architecture, fine Drawing and Writing
Lead Penciis; large and small WAFERS; red
Tape; Inkstands; Durable Inki; Sand Boxes, &e.
Genuine LONDON SOAP, among which is
Rose, Ceylon, Musk, Vernacular, Olive, Sapona-
cius and Windsor, by the dozen or single cake.
Reeve's Water Colours by the box or single
cake; Cariel lair Pencils ; Pallets, together with
a general assortmentt of articles usually kept in a
Stationer's Store, all ot whliah will be sold as low a
they as can be purchased in Boston.
oct 3 islw6w
STO VES.
ELIJAH VOSE, Jun.
A. 7D.e ,DOCK.'SQ.UARE.
OFFERS FOR SALE,
An extensive assortment of COOKING STOVES,
of the latest and most improved patterns.s, .
LUNES' PATENT Parlor Stoves, elegantly fin-
ished, an excellent article for wood or coal,
Philadelphia Oven Stoves, all sizes,
Large Canada Stoves, for Churches,
Large Pyramid do. do.
Pyramid and Coal Stoves for Entries,
Fireplace and pipe Franklin Stoves,
Oval and. Oblong Box Stoves,
Six Plate Stoves, ell sizes,
Coal Grates, diltibrent patterns.
Also-English and Russia Iron STOVE PIPES.
October 3 1is
Country residence to be lot.
AVERY delightful and healthily situated coun-
/. try House in Dorchester, with out-houses and
garden, stocked with choice truit trees, vines, i&c.
,excellent water, 5 acres cf mowing, bordered with
large forest trees, all in a high state of cultivation.
A variety of farming utensils and furniture adapted
to the house may be had if desired. Inquire' f J.
B. HENSHAW, No. 8, Central-whartf,or on the
premises. oct 3

A PARTNER.
A PERSON who will advance a small capital is
SWanted as an active ar a silent Partner. Ad--'
dress to W. at the Centinel Counting Room.
October 3

NOTICE is hereby given, that the
N subscriber hais been duly appointed adminis-
tratdor to the estate, of
ISRAEL WILLARD,
late of Shirley, in the county of Middlesex, yeo-
man, deceased, intestate, and has taken upon him-
self that trust by giving bonds as the law directs.
All persons having demands upon the estate of the
stid deceased, are required to exhibit the same ;
and all persons indebted to the said estate, are cal-
led npon to make payment to
THOMAS L. PARKER, Adm'r.
Sbirley, Ah1gest 14, 1821. ,
x OTICE is hereby given, that the
'I. subscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
tor of all and singularrthe goods and estate of
JEREMIAH BRAGDON,
Inae of Chesterville, in the county of Kennelbec,
yeoman, deceased,jintestate, nnd has under taken
that trust by giving bone's as thie lw directs. All
persons, therefore, having demands against tim es-
tate of the said deceased, are desired to exhibit the
sqme for settlement; and all indebted to the said
estate, are called upon to make payment to
JOSEPH FRENCH, Adm'r.
Chestervile, Sept. It, 1821...


Massachusetts Medical Society.
A STATED meeting of the Counselloras of the
11 Massachusetts AMedical Society, will be hol-
den in the Massachusetts Medical College, THIIS
DAY, at 12 o'clock, MI.
By order of tlihe President.
octS JOHN DIXWELL, Rec. Sec.
S' .OTI CE.
11HEi' raembers of the Massachusetts Charitablh
Fire Society, are'hereby informed, thaint their
annual meeting oibrthe choice of Officers; wili be.
held at the New Court House, on FRIDAY, the
12th day of October, instant, at past 5, o'clock,
P. M. WM. ALLINE, Rec. Sec.
october 3
NJVOTICE.
T HOSE Gentlemen who are desirous of an al-
_ teration in the Revenue Law of April. 1818,
are requested to meet at tim 'Suffolk Insurance Of-
flee, at 12 o'clock TO-MORROW, '4th inst. to
take measures to procure it. 1 oct 3.

ATTENTION!
HI E Members of the An.:ient and 'Honorable
A T artillery Company are hereby ordered.to ap-
pear at their Armory, on FRIDAY, the 5th inst. at
3 o'clock, P. M. int uniform, for field duty.-
Punctuality is requested. Pet, Order.
oct 3 A. G. WINSLOW, Clerk.

FENCIBLES-J :tlention.
T HE BoEto Si a iFencibles, tre ordered to meet
at their Gun-House, on T" URSDJAY, lmth
inst. at 9, A. M. in Unifortm, with blue trowsers.
Pei Order, THOSE. R. HOPKINS, *
S et3 : e.:.
MEDICAL LECTURES.
nI)R. INGALLS will commence his course of
S Luctrtures on Anatomsy and Surgeiry on the
thrd WEDNESDAY in Nojember next. o 3


Crockery, Glass and China Ware.
OTIS NORCROSS & CO.
.Ao. 15, EXCHAJI.VGE-STREA T,
H -AVE received by the Suffolk, Herald, and
otha- late arrivals from Liverpool, a superior
assortment of EARTHEN WARE, from the first
Malnufactories in Staffordshire, comprising blue
printed, Zebra,Elephant, and State House patterns
of Plates, Twifflers, Mnffins, Bakers, Nappies,
Dishes, and complete Dining Services ; Oval and
round Tea Wares; Bowls; handled Coffee Bowls
and Saucers ; Cups and Saucers ; Grecian shape
Ewers andl Basons ; Chambers, Pitchlmers, iec. ofe
the Verandah and State House patterns ; concave
and shell edged Plates, Twiffers, Muffins, and
Dishes; oval and round Bakers, Sall ads, Nappies,
&c ; with a general assortment of painted, colored
and cc War .q2ao, a good assortment of China Ten Sets,
awhlte and gold burnished ; Landscape Viewms ad
other patterns; a great variety of coniiion and luss
tre Lhina. r
J.iA'-wise, plain and cut Flint Glass Ware, of
all kinds.
The above is offered on terms as low as at any
1lc,1se in Boston
Prime assorted crates, expressly fr r country
trade. Warte packed in the best manner, as usu-
al. 6wis oct S3'


SECOND\EDITION,
Corrected and improved, with Questions adapted.
A new anid interesting Scuoo. BOOK.
JUST received, and for sale, by R. P. & C.
I WILLIAMS, a fresh supply of the "HISTO-
RY OF THE UNITED STATES," where will
be found a great variety of SCHOOL BOOKS and
S rATIONARY. oct 3
DR. MORSE'S
JVew Gazetteer of the World,
CONTAINING a description of Kindsms,
U Provinces, States, Cities, and Towisd of the
known world, as they now exist-with an Appen-
dix containing much useful knowledge, in ons large
royal octavo volume, at' S5 boards, tie subsorip-
tion price. And a new ATLAS of the WORED,
at 83, if subscribed for by the 24th ofOctober, 1821.'
Subscription papers are left at A. BROWN'S
Book-Store, Chlarlestown-square. The publisher
has not published a large edition of this work. The
Book will be ready at the above date, for subscri-
bers, at A. BROWN'S. 4w oct 3

MR. GILL'S SCHOOL,

M R. GILL respectfully informs his patrons and
the public, that he has commenced his
EVENING SCHOOL, for instructing younggen-
lemen in Re gWritin g, Arithmetic, and Book-
Keepiug. rheprice of shis tuition, will be reasona-
ble. ne o scholar will be admitted for less time than a
quarter. -Please apply to Mr. GILL at his School
oom, or at his house, corner of Hiigh and Atkinson.
streets. oct3

Improvement in u Tea ching the Art
of Penma niship.
T HE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens
of Boston, that lihe has tIkenr a pleasant and
convenient Room, (No. 3,. Scollay's Buildings)
where lie will be happy to wit on those Ladies and
Gentlemen who may wisl to examine into the mser-
its ofahis New Systema of cTeachling ;. and will tx-
plain to, them, by the use of twenty-tour Charts,
containing a conspicuous delineations of all the ele-
menary principles of the art, the conve nience and
utility of such e -loeti!th ofinstruction. The room
will be open friin 8 o 1, and froSm 3 to 6 o'o!ock,
each day, during the present week, for those who
may please to call for. information. The first series'
of Lectures will commerce on Monday, the 8th of
October. The hours of is r crtion afr young La-
dies will be from 3 to 5 o'clock,P. M. and )ioung
Gentlemen, from 7 to 9 in the evening.
ENOCH NOYES.
Reference to Messrs. Richardson & Lord, No.
75, Cornhill. Oct 3
Fashionable Mantnamaking.
Mt iRS. HASTINGS has taken the Sho!. No. 9,
Ls Marlboro'-stret, w here e will carryon
Habit arid Dress Making, in all its Yarions bran-
ches. She as received her English and French
fashionable patterns for Pul pieces and and Habits,
antd profsies to do her work with taste 'ani mneat-
ness. Ladies in the town of Boston and from the
-,country, are inviied'to ca:l, She likewise Jac-
k'bewledges her gratitude ,to these Ladies iiho
have favored ler with their patronage, and will en-
'deavor to give satisfaction that will inerit a contin-
uance or their favors.
Six apprentices wanted'at the Habit and.Dress
Making, which will be taken on the most reasona-
able terms. 2spis oct 2

District of ConnioffCons Ccticut, ss.
L T E it- remembered, that ,n the eighth
B.at day of Aigust, in the forty.sixtlh year
of the Indcpendence of' the United States of'Aser-
ica,.1nEDiniAr MousE, and RieisAII C.'MORSE,
of the said District, have deposited i n this office
the title of a Book, the right whereof .they claim
as Authors and Proprietors, in the wordssfoilowing,
to wit: A New Universal Gazetteer, or Geo-
graphical Dictionary, containing a description of
the various countries, provinces, cities, towns, seas,
lakes, rivers, mountains, capes, Ec.. in the known
world. With an Appendix, contaiuinng an account
of the monies, weights and measures of various
countries, with tales illustrating the population,
commerce, and resources of the United State.-
Accompaniedi with an Atlas. By Jedidijh Morse,
D. D. A. A. S. S; H, S. and Richard C. Morse,
A. M. Third edition revised and corrected."--
In coulbrmity to the ant of ,the Congress of the
United States, entitled," An act for the encourage-
meat of learning, by securing the copies of Maps,
Chart oksand Books, to the authors and proprietors
of such copies, during the times therein mention-
ed." CHARLES A. INSERSOLL,
i. Clerk- of the District oj Connecticut.
A trite copy of record, examined and sealed by me,
CHARLES A. INGERSOLL,'
Clerk of the District of Connecticut..
COW GONJE ASTRAY.
STRAYEDI) away from thIe subscriber on Sun-
day 34thL Sept. a young deep red Cow, horns
turned inward, with a hole bored through both
horns. Whoever aill return her, or give informa-
tion to me at head of Lewis' Wharf, shiallbe auita-
by rewarded. PETER FREEMAN.
ortober 3
SCHOOL 1O00.1 TO 1BEL LLT.
A LARGE upper ehambersuitabletiobr a school ;
has lately been occupied for that purpose.-
Intui're at No. 40, Middle-street, of WILLIAM
LITTLE. oct 3
BIIVt.RDER DS WANTED.
GENTLEMAN anrd his witf, or'single per-
b sons, can be accommodated with.a parlors and
enatsber, furnished or unfurnished, in a getRiteel
family, and central situation. Apply at the Centi-
nel Counting Rooom. oct 3
BOARjDER8fVS .VNTED.- .
F OUR or live gentleman can be accommodated
with separate bed, and parlor to themselves, if
wvantedl. Also, a gentleman andl wife. Likewise, a
room to let furnished or not, withl'board, if requir-
ed. Apply at D. DARBY'S No. 18, Federal-
strcet. 4w oct 3
EMIPLOY .M i WA.N'J'ED.
A MIDDLE aged Man wants a situation in a Dis-
S till House'orsomesteady business. A line left
at the Centinel -Counting Room, directed'to J. A.
will be immediately attended to. oct.3

IAVTED,
A GIRL of 13 or 14 year of ago, of correct
habits, and a good disposition, to such a one
good encouragement will be given. Inquire at the
Centinel Counting Room. q -0et 3


-BOSTON THEATRE.
4i-44- 4i-;+44-W4-14-H W44--f- 144--+ 4 r4 4.!1-4,.-45-44-44- 45 4 -4i-
Mr. iTILSONJV' Second Night.

TIUS EVENING, (Wednesday) OCTOBER 3,
*' VIL trPlEBESENTEt,
Moreton's celebi-ated Comedy, in 5 acts, called the
C-1OOL OF REFORM;
.. O W,'HO TO RULE A HUSBAND:
'-Robert Tylie, -- -. -'. -" Mr. Hilson.

S n orF T 'r.t, -
Second'time, a inew' Ballet,. (under the direction
S of Mri. Pariker, called he '
Bith Day j-or, Village Romp.

To conclude with a much admired Farce, in 2 acts,
called the
SLEEP WALICER;
OR, WHICH IS THE LADY ? -
Somno, - .- .Mr. Hilson.
aF.'Doors open at half past five, curtain rises at
half past six.
PHIL-HARMONIC SOCIETY.
E / IEBERS are reminded that the annual
s'y B. meeting ftr tlis choice ofOffices-s, will lie h eld
.at tl- e Hall, Bedford.sTreet, on SATURDAY EVE.
NING next, at 7 o'clock...A punctual attendance
is requested. ." ,. : ..
N. B.'.$aSvsIl Gentleme;i ,,e wishing to become
members,' :iltlP l.lottedfo',ri tlatt"veining.
oct W.. COFFIN,; fr. Secretary.
FOR 'THIRTY DAYS ONLY.

DOGGETTS'
REPOSITORY OF JIRTS,
ENTRANCE No. 16,4sIAlKET-STRIEET.
T HIS new and elegant establishment is fitted up
in the fi lt s.yle, and open for public inspec-
-tion this day. 'Ihe proprietors flatter themselves
that the visitors will had the Gallery a source of
pleasure and gratification, superior to any other of
the kind in the United States.
Ladies and Gentlemen,admirers of the Fine Arts,
in Boston and its vicinity, are most respectfully in-
vited to view the most valuable collection of Cabi-
net Paintings that ever has been exhibited in Amer-
iea, tie greater part, of which have adorned the
various Palaces and Cabia ts on the Continent
of Europe, and are in elegant fr-ames and in the
highest state of preservation. Amongst them will
be found rare specimens of the following Painters,
viz:- .
Sir Anthony Vandyk, Velvett Brurghe,
Rembrant, Van Huysum,
Claude Loraine,. ornjus Pelemburgh,
GiovannimGisslli,. rervwesten, .
Carache, Canalletti,
Nicola Pos.sin, Zucareilli,
Win. Mieris, Adam Van Oort,
Watteau, T. Sully,
Rothenamer, Sir Peter Lely,
J. D. De Heem"' Raphael,
Berchem, i Perugino,
Trevisani, M. Angelo Caravaggio,
Wmin. Vandervelde, Adrian Van Ostade,
Paul Brill, Jordeans,
Bareit Graaf, Adrian Brower,
Rysdael Barker, Roland Savery,
Sir P. Paul Rube-is, Hemskirch,
T.t ian, Simon Verelat,
Albert Euyp, Salvator Rosa,
Gerard Laresse, Jaques Stella,
David Tenniers, .Vernet,
Gasper .Poussin, Bassaan,
Gabriel Metra, i George Moriand,
Wuuvremans, i Krinimel,
With many other artists ef high merit, too nu-
merous to insert. For further p:articulare refer to
the descriptive Catalogue published at h12 cents.
Gallery open every day fiom 8 to sunset. Ad-
mittance 25 cerits. 'Subscribers of 31 will be en-
titl-id to free admission -during the whole time of-
exhilii ou; -. el)f (lc et
PANORAMA OF ATHENS.
T HE.exhibition of thins celebrated View of Ath.
J ei ias, which is considered the best of oiarker's
Panoramas, and which presents a perfect picture
of the Capital of Greec and of its Environs,in their
present state wilt be continued every day (except
Sunday) at ine o'clock, at Roustosne's nev Cir-
cus, MaSon-street. A Aeyexplainatory of the Pan- '
orasna may be had at thie door...
0sAdmittance 25 cents-Children halfprice.-
Tickets of admittance for the wiole period of the
exhibition, may be had at 0. Everelt's, No. 6,
Court-street. epistf sept I
S' .-.%f.tx5t.fxl~tki|5.t~t.... i 7 .. ,at .*. t- Aa. -


egantly finished-a battling room, pantry, large
number of closets, and every other convenience
for at genteel family. For a view of the premises,
apply to the next house w,.st, or at 12 Court-street.
The sale on the premises, at 12 o'clock, M.-
Terms, cash or credit, at the option of the pur-
chaser.
N. B.-A stable lot in the rear, on a Rpassage-
way, may be had if wanted. epts


(f.MOTIVE.-The sale of House No. 2, on
High-street, is postponed till further hotice..
OLIVER, BORLAND & ABROT.
Sugar.
TO-MORROW at 11 o'clock,
Oppwite o: .21, Ce.dral-.Aharfor
SSO boxes wShiteand 68 do. brown St. Jago de
Cuba SUGARS, landing from sch'r Hope.
BY FRANCIS WILBY.
Sqa Island Cotton.
On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clock,
At FRANCIS WILBY'S Office,
.Ao. 9, KIJ.BY.S'.iltEKT,
7 bales Sea Island COTTON, to close an ac-
count.
Lumber, for account of -Underwriters.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
Between India and Rowue's ubhdr-ves,
About 20 m. seasoned LUMBtsR, saved from.
bligFair Trader, tfor account of the Underwriters.

White and brownv Sugar, .Muscovado
dau. and .Molasse.M
THIS DAY at 12.o'clock,
npJosite A'o. 30, Loing--.ihapf,
55 boxes 'white and browr Sugar ; 28 hhds.
Muscovado do. ; S 3bl. do. do. ; 8 bhdis. Molas-
ses, now landing from the sell. Native, from St.
Jagps de Cuba-entitled to debentture'.,
Immediately after ifir abhoe, -.. .
-I The sch. NA I vI'P, s mhe came
from sea, built at Hallowell, in 1811,
,1377 tons'Regitter. .
BY JACOB PEABODY & CO.
TO-MORROW at 1( o'clock, "
At JACOB PEABODY & Cox's Office,
./Vo. 12, KIL4IY-ST'JiE'1,
A large assortment of British PIECE GOODS,
just imported, viz :-Broadcloths ; Cassimeres -
Plains ; Flannels; Bombazetts ; elegant Cassi-
mere Shawls, with borders.
Also-a variety of Men's, Women's'and Cliil-
dren'secustom made SHOES, being the remain-
der of a Shoe Dealer's Stock, who has quit the
business. --
THIS DAY at J past 10 o'clock,
Opposite .JVo.. 43, Long. veharj;
20 tierces prime IONEY. '
BY JOHN TYLER.
Corsica Wine, SWdet Oil, Paper,
'ool, Sc.
TO-MORROW at J past 19 o'clock,
Opposite Alo. 56, Long.-vha,j; S. side,
The Cairgo if brig Orlando, Besse, master, from
Leghbrn, consisting of 170 pipes, Corsica Wine,
pim'tilculrly selected by tlie house of Vivblier &
Co." ; 30 du. superior Catalonia do. from the
same Iouse; 5 hales Bastard Spanish Wool, wash-
ed on the back; 2 bales Rags; 20 +pipes arnd 15
pipes Olive Oil; 9 cases and 15 packages Paper,
of superior quality ; 200 chests Florence Oil; 1I
box Tallow Candles. Thle whole will be sold with
out reserve.
BY T. K. JONES & CO.
London Goods. ,
THIS DAY at 9 and 3 o'clock,
At T. K. JONEs & Co's Office,
VNo. 20, KILB Y-S'1 R El1T,
The following packages GOODS, received pcr
London.Packet, Tracy, master :-1 bale real so-
per. black Cloths; 2 do. super, blue do. ; I do.
do.dirab'Kersey ; 2 do. blue arid mixed Plains ;. 1
do.drab ani mixed Hunters' Cloths; I tdo. pelisse
Cloths, all colors ; 3 do. twilled Bombnzetts ; 1
do. black Valencias, fer Vestings; p do. blue, blk.
and brown Cassimeres ; 1 'd. Toiinetts anti
Swansdowns.
Also, the following GOODS, from Liverpool-
2 bales Pelisse Cloths and Cassimneres; 4 bales
well assorted Flannels; 2 cases 9-4 and 10-4 Caa-
simere Shawls ; 4- bales blu. aitd Mlack BrodIl-
cloths;fi 6 ses Priics and Calicoes ; 3 do. Cam-
brics, Muslins and Cravats. Conditions liberal
and made known at the sale.

Java's Cargo-Sugars.
On TUESDAY, 9th Oct. at 11 o'clock,
t Store .-A. 48, Central-vwharf,
The entire Cargo of ship .lava, Davis, master,
from lManilla :-90UO bags first quality Manilla
SUGARS. Cosnitions liberal and made know at
the sale.
BY BLAKE & CUNNIN(:I1AM.
Furniture.
THIS DAY st 10 o'clock,
At Jb. 11, OR.8IJVGE-SlEEi1T,
The FURNITURE of the late Deaeon Faxon,
: e,CisistHag (it Mahogany Sideboard; Secretary;
Dining and Card Talles; Chairs ; -Sofa; Looking
Glasses; Carpets ; 2 eight day Clocks ; brass and
other Fire Sets ; Beds and Bedsteads ; Bureaus ;
Night Clabinet, &c.; an excellent toned Piano Forte
1 Gold tuad two Silver Watches ; Spy Glass ; and
a variety of Kitchen Furnituee-
.t at I past 12 o'clock-One bellows-top Chaise,
nearly new; I Chaise; Sleigh ; Travelling Wag-
on and Cart; a quantity of Corn ; Barn Utensils;
Farming andi other valuable Tools.
By order of the Administratrix.

Pair of Carriage Horses.
On SA'I URI)AY next at I o'clock,
(If fair weather)
s i front of Office,
A pair of dark Bay Carriage HORSES; they
may be seen any time previous to the sale, at the
Stables in the rear of Somersct-court, in Somerset-
street. --
Real Estate.
On TUESDAY, 9th Oct. at 12 o'ele.k,
On the PlJAlL lSkS,
That valuable DWELLIhlG HOUSE, No. 30,
Atkinson-street, owned and occupied by the late
Ignatius Sargent, Esq. and built under his particu-
lar inspection. The premise contain about 4U00
feet ofLt' Land. I The House is built of bhick, 4 stories
high, good Water, and in thorough repair, and may
be examined a week previous to the sale, ion appi-
cation ta IA4NA'T'IU SARGENT, No. 40;, Cen-
tral-wharfi or to the Auctioneers.

BY FRINK STRATTON.
pouise fau.Sale.
A good oppor-tunity tos investment of money.
For sale at Aucetion, '*
On SATURDAY, i6th of Oct. at 12 o'clock,
A genteel well, finished brick HOUSE, withll an
excellent well, cistern, out-houses, le. in good re-
pair, situated in Belknap street, (near Mount Ver-
non) occupied by Lyride Walter, Esq.
T'lerms Cash or Credit, at tie option of tihe
purclinser. The House may be viewed on thie day of
sale, between thIe hours of nine and twelve. F.or
fiu-ther particulars, inquire of JACKSON & LIN-
COLN.
Real Estate.
For sales at Public Auction, unlesss previously dis-
.olsed of at l'write sade) on TIIUitSDAY, tile
4th day os October next,
SA genteel brick DWELL.IANG-HOUSE, built
within otur years, situate on l3owdoin-place, N .E.
corner of thie Star.i-HIouse; it is well ianid thoir.
o5 .lily built and handsomely finished ; thIe roof is
tgTst and covered with the best ot imperial slate;
the Hlouse 28 feet wide and 44 teet deep, within green
blirIs anid.shutters to thIe windows, 3 stories high
in fi-ont and 4 in the rear ; hlias a front parlor, 18 by
.22 feet, with a large China closet and library room
adjoining ; 8 chambers, beside riotn for 3 more in
.the attic story,'with a window in each; thie kitcht-
en, which faces south, is large and convenient-has
a pump of excellent water, solft for washii.g-a
copper Boiler, and lrumlurds for baking andi boil-
ing-2 cellars, an upper and under-convenient
yard, wood-house and office, with vault stoned.-
T'he Hlouse which faces south, is warm in inter
and airy in summer-has a withdrawing room, el-


common Soats ; I Dining Set; Card, iembroKe,
and common Tables ; Looking-GlasseS ; Settees ;
finev aind common Chairs ; Lighit and Wash
Stands ; Secretary and Book Cases ; Fire Fend-
ers; 6f Matrasses ; 10 Feather Beds, down and.
tethers new ; old do. ; Cot ledsteds ; 1 elegant
Liquor Case; Stoves; Castors ; China, Crockery
and Glass; with a great variety of Kitchen Furni.
tune that uifctul and good.
N. U. Tihi above may be examined on Mon-
dey next,


LSTi' DAY OF
iFxhibition of Shell Work,
ON FRIDAY NEXT,
AT JVo. 73, M.JIARKET-STREET.
O NEhundred And-fifty thousand SHELLS of
0 the most elegant Palish and Brilliant colours,
collected frbn all parts ofthe World, and arranged
so as to shsw the different Ordersaof arcidtocture,
and facilitate the study of "Conlhology-in the format
ofthe BOSTON STA'rEIOU SE,
A Modern DwellingHouse, and aTemple surround-
ed with a variety of Flowers, and specimens of
about 100 difhtrent kinds of SHELLS.
00.To be opened every dity, from 9 A. M. till
sunset. Admitt-mne 25 cts.
august 4 "'" episf .
Exchanged at the Supper at Copp's
Tavern; ,
0'N.Monday evening; October 1, a silk UTM-
SBRIELLA. Tie owner can haveFtlie same,
by rplying.to WILLIAM WALKER, Jr. No. 12,
Ship-st'eet. oct 3
'(i.' E J ET,
S UNDRY Stalls i'n i Market under Museum
|. Hall; convenient otr the' disposal of various
kinds of Merchandize, as well as Pr'ovisions, Vege-
tables, and Freai. Apply to .D. GREENOUGH,
oct5' "" Treas. qf .Prop's.'
TO BE LET,
VnWO new brick Houses, ple.imntly situated at
Lechmereo point, about one hundred rods be-
vond the bridge. The houses, are three stories
high, neatly aud conimodiously finished, with good
wells of water. They will prove an excellent anj
che.p, residence to gentlenn, n lose duties at the.
banks and public offices call them to town only in
the morning. For terms, &c. apply to THOMAS
A. DEXTER, (Congress-square) Congress-street.
oct 3 6spi
SUGAR 11H0 USE.
T O be leased, for one or more years, the Sugar
House, Wardhouse, s de. in Distill House.
square, with all the Utensils and Implements nec-
essary for carrying on the business in the most
advantageous manner. Inquire at No. 14, Hlan-s
cock-street.
N. B.> A foreman who has.a perfect kfiawledge
of the business, can be engaged if wanted.
oct &i 3is -
JUTRSE CHILD h'WAN 'L).
HEALTHY married Woman, with a good.
breast of Milk, and having lost her cinld,
wishes to take one to nurse. Inquire of Mr.
LEWIS WILDER, No. f3, Pleasant-street.
Oct 3
WPAs'ly'P i, \
A STEADY, capable Woman to do chamber
JA and other house- work. Icquire at the C-,i.
tinel Counting Room. net 3
WELT' .URS.il.
YOUNG married Woman, perfectly healthy,
Sand well recommended, dishes a situation as
Wet Nurse. Inquir" at the Centinel Counting
Room. Oct, 3


BY WINSLOW, C1.ANNING & CO.
THIS DAY at 11 o'clock,
At WINSLOW, CHANNING & Co's Office,
.'. 8, KILBY-STIUEEI'
33 hhds. superior flavor Amindican Rum; If
pipes New-York Brandy; 8 bales New-Orleans
Cotton ; 89 boxes brown Soap; 15 tierces Bristo
Porter. -----
British Piece Goods,.
On FRIDAY next at 9 o'clock;
AS A wBOVE, .
The following fiesh GOODS just received-
5 bales Bombazetts, assorted ; 3S do. common
Cloths; 2 do. middling Blue.. Cloths,; 1 bale do
Blue Cassinmeres ; I do superfine Blue and Blankl k
Cloths 2 bales Cassimere Shawls; I bale mixt -
Sattinctts; 2 cases Cotton Cambrics ; 2 do. Cas-
bric Muslins ; 2 do. Jaconett do.; 1. case white
and spotted Cravats; i do. dark (Ginghams; .5
cases light and dark Prints ; 1 ease Seeded Mus-
lins ; I do. Tambour Book do.; I do. super s per
Imitation India Book.
Also a variety ofGoods-eonsisting 6f Floreaces;
Silk Velvets black Bombazines; Garnitare Rib -
bons Plain do. ; Shawls, ek. &co.
PACKAGE SALE.
Hard Ware and Cutlery.
On SATURDAY next at 11 o'clock,
AS ABOYV,
C 2 packages valuable, HARD 'WARE, an
CUTL RY, consisting of iich and common
Kr, i.. sil Iorsl, silth C-'Mi-i, Pen eed-l.?kt
Kitv ; R.izrr.rrld Scmssol ; Handastd Pahniel
Saws; east steel Compass ; do. brass and iron
back do. ; Webb do.; Wood Screws ; Clout
Nails ; Bed Screws; Commode -Knobs; DesC i
Hinges; Castors.
BY S.F. COOLIDGE.
Assignee's Sate.
THIS DAY at 9 and o'eolock,
At SAAMEL F. CoIagve's Office,
.Vo. 15, Cj.l'TI'RAL.-STRET,
The Effects of an insolvent debtor, and sold
by border of his Assignee, consisting of Cloths;
Cassimeres ; flannels;. Cotton aMd-'lorsted Hos-
iery; Borbazetts; dark, ljghtro. and'navy
bluenPrints; Coatings; Kerseys; -Blankets; blue
Nankins; Domestie Sheetings; Suspenders; 4-4,
7-8 and 6-4 Cambrioas, Cravats; Swansdown and
Valencia Vestings ; Musilinsa Cambric Dresses';
Sewing Silks; Cashmere asnd Cassiuere Shawls;
Floreitwe Silks; Thread ; patent and Mechlin.
Laces; plain and Garnititre Ribilons; Meli's-
Beaver and Habit Gloves ; Pins; Needles; Leg.
horn Bonnets; white Chip Flats.
Also-1t2 black and blue Broadgloth Coats black.
and blue Pantaloons and Vests, and a variety of
other articles used in the stock of-a shopkeeper.
J.s., by tie panekage-6 caes Italian Sewing
Silk; 2 d'jo. dark grn. and two blue' Prints; 2
bales brown Sheetings S eases 7-8/and 4-4 Lin-
ens ; 3 cases gilt Buttons, received per ship Mdu.t
Vesono, cost s.6 to 9s.4d. sterling.

Leather. Watches, &e.
TIMS DAY at 12 o'clock, "
As ABOVE,
75 English tanned O Hides ; 250 psir Ladlei'
Boots and Shoes ; 12 silver Watches, capped and
jewelled ; 2 doz. gold Seals and Keys.

Useful F4'?iture.
TO-MOlTROW at 1O o'clock,
At the Longf lioam .over Mr. Joseph Callender'sr
Jtslar, oi o'-.reet,
The FURNITURE of a gentleman relinquish-
ing house keeping, consisting of Chairs; Bureaus;
Tables ; malhogsiy Bedsteads ; K4iisdeminster
andl Venitian' (5arpeting,;' Beds and Bedding;
China, Croekery and Glas&V Ware; japanned do.;
LookinG...Glasses '; Mattrakses ; plated Ware;
Knsivsand' Forks ; Decanters, Tumblers and
..Wine Glasses-and a variety of useful Kietchei'
.oFurniture;. 1 handsome Timl e e, .iiade by
Wiaardr.w -arranted.. .. -
A.lso--12 doz.Claret Wine, old.

.Administrator's Sale.
Postponed, b request of parties, from M..ndry tr.
FftIDAY next at 12 o'clock,
JNear the drch .Morth asie Central-iharf,. .
By orders of the Administrator on the state of
John Snith, deceased,
One undivided half of ihe brig RUr
CON, built on the river Connectiut', in
I1820U; burthen 160 tons, is in good i re-
g .pair; cables, sails, and rigging nearly
new ; carries well, and has good accom.-
modaltions iLr passengers, and can he put to sea .at
a trifling expense. Inventory maybe seen qo ap.-
plication to SAMUEL F. COOLIDGE.

BY WHITWELL, BOND & CO.
On TUESDAY next at o'clock,
At WHITWELI:. .BOND & CO'S office
Vo. 2, xIIAdB-S2TREET
Byv the package and in lots,
A variety of fresh iml.orted DRY GOODS,

Canton Sale.
On FRIDAY 5th Oct. at 10 o'clock,
At the Jtsooms, Mo. 2,.,Killby-street,
the SILK GOODS, imported in the ship Sa-
chem, Bancrot', master, with allow others, making
together about 400 cases, and containing the fol-
lowing assortment, viz :-Syncha.-ws, black ; Sars-
,ets, black and fashionable stripes ; Florentines,
new and old patterns ; Crapes, black, white and
assorted colors, of 18, _4 andil 25 tale ; Crape
Shawls 7-4 and 8-4 square; Crape Scarfs; Hand'-
kerchiefs, 7-8 colored Damask and bird's eye and
4-4 black fringed and twilled ; Sewings, first qutld-
ity, black, cloth and high colors, made Irom Italian
musters; Levantines, double chained black; mix-
ed Lustripgs, or japanned Silks.
Likewoise--IO cases, 100 ps. each, Company
yellow NANKINS; 300W ps. blue do.
((The above Goods are all entitled to deben-
ture, and were. selected with judgment and taste.
Catalogues will be ready and the (onszds may be
examinedhl two 'l5Es5 ioetolie sale.

Carriages and Horses.
TillS DAY at 1 o'clock,
Opposite. AV.21, Zilby-street,
The following property, belonging to the Estate
of a gentleman lately deceased, viz:-
A Carriage and Harness, nearly new, liaVits .
been in use a ltw months only.
A pair ot large Bay Horses young, handsome,
andl believed to be free from taolt.
A second hand Chuise and Harness.
(.'The Carriage was built expressly for the late
owner, and is neat and light. All the above may
be seen at Niles' Livery Stable, Hawley-street.
.ilso, at the same tiae-a second hand Carriage
and Harness.

BY FAIRFIELD & CHOATE.
On SATURDAY next at 9 o'clock,
At FAIRFIELD & CHOATE'S Office,
.o. 14, C1.N'2IdL-STREEJ',
A valuable assortment of fresh imported Uritish
PIECE GOODS.
....dAt Private Sale...
IBy the package-S3 cases Calicoes; 2 bales
Duflils; 5 do. o.3nbazetts; 1 do. Russia Diapers.

BY DAVID FORSAITIi.
On TUESDAY next at9 o'clock,
At DAVID FOSAITsrrsI's Office,
Jo. 4, COJMWGiESS-STIR.EET,
Will be sold, without reserve,
As handsome a lot of FUl1NITURE as was
ever offered in Boston for sale, viz. :-2 elegant
Sideboareds, onecost 385, and one 875 ; 3 elegant
dedstsls cnarved, and ithe best of mahogany ; com-
mon do. ; Bureaus; I elegant Pianotort, 13road-
wood & Sons, London; 1 to. Clementi & Co. do,
elegant tone, and ebony case; hair-clothi and
















1FOR1THE CENTINEL FOUND.
Mi. RUssET.-'-The following chaste, anc
beautiful stanzas, are selected from the poet
ic effusions of the celebrated Dr. HoniwE.-
They appear to be peculiarly adapted to the
present season of th e year, and if you thin
them appropriate,you will please to give there
an insertion.-[0('These stanzas appeared i
the Centinel Fount before a large portion o
the passing generation of readers were born.-
Their excellent would well warrant their re
insertion even if they had been inserted at
much later period.] 0.

THE FALL OF THE LEAF.
SEE the leaves around us falling,
Dry and withered to the ground;
Thus to thoughtless mortals callhig,
In a sad and solemn sound :-
Sons of Adam; once in Eden,
When, like us, he blighted fell,
Heat' the lecture we are reading;
'Tis, alas! the truth we tell.
Virgins, much, to') much presuming
On your boasted white and red;
View us late in beauty blooming,
Number'd now'among the dead.
Youths, though yet no losses grieve you,
Gay in health, and many a grace;
Let not cloudless skies deceive you;
Summer gives to Jlutumn place.
Yearly in our course returning,
Messengers of shortest stay ;
Thus we preach this truth concerning,
Heaven and Earth shall pass away.


On the tree of life eternal,
Man, let all thy hopes be staid;
Which, aame,for ever vern-al,
Bears, *f that shall not fade.


OBITUARY.
laledin Cmlbridge, on Wednesday last, iHon. JAMES
WINTIROP,LL.D. in the LXX year of his age. When
a goad man dies, We have cause to mourn. In applying
this term to the subject of this.obitury notice, we dot but
speali the sentiment. which will be uttered by all, who were
favored with his acquaintance.- 'Early receiving'the best
counsel and iMntrucrion from his revered parent, (Proles-
sor Winth rop) his proficiency in the preparatory studies
soon qualified him for admittance to College, at an early
age. Here his habits of application, with a mind far-
nished with the first principles of science and general
knowledge, secured .gto him a respectable standing, espec.
iallty in the higher ilanelics of Mathematic an d Philoso-
phy.' These eontined to be the favorite studies of uabse-
spuent life, and would undoubtedly have distinguished hims,
had he been in a situation for more active exertion. A
fimdnes,showever, for scientific subjects in general, ren-
dered him a useful and pleasant companion for men of let-
ters tall times. Naturally of an amiable disposition, he
Cultivated the benevolent und hionmne l feelings of the
heart, and exemplified them in all the situation olf life.-
Happy in himself.it seemed tonbehis uniform desire to ren-
der those around him happy, by blending amusement with
inst, action. and humour with good sense. it, his conversa-
tite. Though in the early part tof lte, he was more se.
.eluded from society than most men, yet no one appeared to
enioy with a higher relish. either abrumd or t his own
fire ide. In allthe relations of life, in which he Cas call-
ed to act, Judge Winthrop sustainedil th character of a
gaod citizen. awise eounsellar, a warm irienda and a con-
sittent Christian. lis afiety was ,without igaotry. and his
alms without ostetitation. He wat remarkablun constant in
his attendance upon the pmblielrwrslb nft Go~a ; tard upon
the divinely appointed ilmittitlens and ordinances of the
gospel, and was strongly att aehd to the great and leading
loctrines of the Reformation. "escendelf Ironm one of the
first aind most distingui'he'd ,i(ttlr.rs of New England. ie
cherished lq strong attachment t6s 'etlirepublican simTlel-
ty ofmannersand habits.and to the pi.nciple of eivi an.-d
religious liberty--JudtlteA'iathrop washnetirr ofsevecral
literaryand religious iltintlnstis, andti forT' marx years sus-
tained an important' ant ote in the rPnoty of uMINlesex; in
SOhich he could diispas, then oit'e bneolence of mhieai't.
by a ndnosaing and sete'ing the unpro'ected rights sofibh
kidow and faltherles-He was univerSriy e'steemeid ,by nlt
who knew' imn, a eli;t metoar will he lOIniheateriahed ly
those who shared in his more iitirr t. 'r. bi.r. .r'tark
_.le prtectai nornd bArtlto'id the f r ar eod'f
that man i pence."
Tie above hplsv totine of echa'rater has resulted from
friendship. with ia hope that some inire able hand, will do
justice to the mcmo6ry of the deeased.

Whelpley's Comfiend, &c.
i'rHE-TI ,PLEEY'S COMPEND OF GENrE-
I' RAL HISTOL, -with Rev, Mr. EFiRa-
SON'S Questions, e nd 'the other Books used in the
Boston Classical. School, for sale by RIICHARD-
SON 84 LORD, Ne. 75, Cornhill. The comrpend
is for salealso at their Store in Portland, where is
kept t all tines, a good assortment of Scicol, Clas-
sical and Miscellaneous Books, and il rthe varetfy
of Stationary Articles required, of the first quality,
and at the lowest prices; sept 19
D. D i E.OFJtL.
"DI"R. STROXG has removed to the corner o
C y- drnhill -iand, School-street, north side, (en-
trance on Sqhool-street.) sisSos aug 15
MRS. SMITH & HARRINGTON,
H AVE rsanmved to a more commodious house,
HeNo. 31, SBratile.street, where they wold hbe
happy to accommodate their friends and former
eastomers. sept 19
'PRIVATE SCHOOL.
R. FOSTER, has removed his School from
No. 40, Midtdle-street,'t6 that central, spa-
ciois, and convenient room, iCorhill-sqtnre, late-
ly vacated by Mr. Ellpenwod,aitd directly over ihe
store of.Messrs Lane & Lamson, where ie will re'
ceive an additional number of- scholars, to instruct
in the common and classical-branches of'education,
if immediate application be made, either at the
School Room, of at Dr. Dexter's, 53,. Middle-st.
lWeJerence-Rev. HIrIr. ,Coa0R.)AX,j 0
Rev. HNrty WxtA, Boston.
lr. T. D:TEY t, ,
N.B. AT Evenin, g hehool will be comxmenced
nwhcn a suitable number have subscribed, (ihrice
'evenings in a, week) to in-stti et in English Gram-
mar.sAitmin ie o. opposition, l e. al Pen nianshiil
oa the p lan. OF t'Vsffoi m T -. ie '; r'qonBrter,
one half in advancE." -c'1n-tl- .-" r's ithei
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
C G. PARKER, lits removed his School to
il le neRoom ovesr MV. Cotton's 13o'ik Storei
at ilie ener of,Franklin-sree, whreet, where e would
be happy to receive a few more young Ladies obr
i obstruction in the usual brai.ehoes of elegant and
elementary learising. Ilia undivided atte tiot wil
be given'to tho te improvement of the minds and
the manners of his pupils. Hours from 9 to '2.
He has engaged Mr. F. S. Durivage. to teach
the French Language, together with Drawing
and Painting, wliso c rmmenced his insatruntions ot
Wedneslas last.
sept 12 ,. 6p

JOHN A. LAPHAM,
'vESPECTFULLY acquaints his friends and
Sthepubliec, tat be has commenced the Ba-
ling Busines, in Roxbury-steet;e, at the stand late-
ly improved by H. Brown & Co. wlerle he will
be happy to accommodate those swho mnv favor
him with their custom, with every variety oft Br-ead,
as good and cheap as can be furnished either in
town or couratry.
Dinner and Supper Rolls prepared for parties or
fasiifet at short notice. Gentlemen who may
wish their families supplied with Breads-Cakes or
Rolls, constantly, may be accommodated on good
terms, by applying its above. Prompt altemution
will always be given, and every favoti- received
and acknowletlgeld with gratitude. ep.m au 18

TAMMANY HALL,
Parl'-atreet, near the Theatre and City Hall,
JVe's-JYork.
TE IiS vwell known establishment has recently
J. been taken by tlhe subscriber, who is aetermi-
ned to use hlis heat endeavors to render it worthy
t public patronage,
he local situ-ation of this Hotel, being placed
near the centre of business andt public amusement,
renders it worthy the attention of thie strang-r, who
will at all times find his table supplic(led with the
best provisions the seasons afford, and lis wiaits at-
tended to, by eaiable and obliging servants.
(signed) A. MOOjY, late fqJ.,1bany.
A_ n-Ysork, Sept. 6,18'-'l. O9t
IVORF.
PIECES orEa.3t I.tdia IVORY, entlitid to
4 debenture, just 1eceived- for sale liv s tA-
4 j HODGVES, 3U, ludia-street, sept 2i


For Sale, Linen Damask for Table Cloths.
The Hull of a Schooner, of about OAMUEL BURDIT1', has the above, of all
70 tons, now on the stocks, at Quicyv 0 widths which he ean sell cheap. JAlso-Birds
i- point, neat- the bridge, Quincy, built of Eye Dia'per, and a good, assortment of Irish Lin-
lg white oak in dite best and most faithful eas-No. 92, Court-street. sept 26
l "a*manner, Isigh deck, 17 feet beam and8 8 -V
e hect deep, will probably carry 00 bbls. under deck, LE GHORN TRA WS, 6(C.
c. ?be got offby 10th October. .The builder would, SWETT & HAMMOND, No. 9, Ocntral-
Sf desired retain one quarter part of her, and a S street, have for sale,
young inan, lightly r'euommended for a master, Leghorn Straws, I Sewing Silk,
e w would pIt-chase another quarter of her. For Black Lteustring, Indial Maslin, etc,
k trs, for the whole or a part, apply to Mr. sept 19
NATH'L JOYCLIN, the builder, at Quincy
m I'oiiit, or to JNO. BINNEY, 3S, Long-wharf. Rich Cashmere Shawl, fine India
n ept 112 ep5w XMusin, Dresses, &c.
". OHN W SHlAW, No, 7V., Market-street,
of j cRAJiM BERRIES. for (sonth side) offers ft.'sale-one rich Cash-
S ,. HOWE, No. 15,. Long-wharf, have for mere Shavl, price F6250 ; elegant figured India
9 sale-200 bbhs. CRAMBERRIESin water Muslin Dresses ; plain df.; Merino Shawls and
S asks or dry do. Is thIe purchaser may wat. Hdkfs.'-withl a general assortment of Seasonable
S ept 26 Goods. tt July 28-
MUSKETS. LEMUEL P. GROSVENOR.
20 CASES MUSKETS, with Bayonets coon- .'Vo. 17, KILBY.S'T'REET,
Splete, of Ketlaud's manufactory, just in>- 'I"AS an assortment of. ENGLISH GOODS,
pnrteal and entitled to debenture-for sale by .J- which he will sell by the piece, for csah or on
GEORGE L. DEBLOIS & CO. sept 26 credit. Cash purchasers are particularly in-
...... rvited to call. sept 19
EXCHIWGE and U. S. STOCKS.
-F OR sale--Exchange on England, in sums to FOR SALE,
S suit purchasers. AT No. 20, LONG-WIIARF,
Stocks, transferable and payable on 1st day of E"-XCHANGE on London ; Rusgia and Rai ,,
October- Duck; Palm Oil. sept I'
7000 Dollars 7 per cent. Stock,
.1000 do. 6 per cent. -do. 1812, Sewing Silks, Wine, Sugar and Rags.
3500 (do. 6 per cent. (do. 1813, "j'OR sale, 4 trunks best assorted colours Naples
124993 do 6 per cent. do. 1814. 1 Sewing Silk, .'
Inquire of ST'P'N BROWN, No. l, Ex- I10 pipes Sicily Win,0, Wdi4& e, -
Shange-street. sept 26 100 boxes white St. Jago Sugar,
hee Iron, Plate Can dl, 100 boxes brown do.
Sheet Iron, T P O, an s, 100 bales first sort Palermo Rgs. Apply toP. &
Lamps, &c. &c. T.|CURTIS, 21, India-streetor HENRY HO0VEY,
JOSEPH P. BRAIDLEE,No. 12 and 1s But- 23, Central-wharf. ep2w sept 26
1er's-row, has for sale, 1 -1 -"O
200 bundlesEnglish Sheet Iron, WATERSTON, PRAY & GO.
100 tdo. Russia do, do. Jo, 10, KILBY-STRIEET,
150 boxes Tin Plate, TTAVE received by the Falcon and Suffolk-145
175 casks Winter and Summer Strained Oil, packages of ENGLISH,-SCOTCH and
50 bbls. Sea.Elephant and Wlhale Oil, RISK GOODS, which they offer for sale by the
10 casks Olive Oil; 5 do. NeatsfootOil, package or piece. eptf sept 19
50 boxes Sperm Candles ; 50 dlo. Tallow do.
200 doz. Japan Lamps; 50 d(o. Brass do. HARD W .ARE.
300 Oil Casters, 90, 60, 0, 15, 10, 5, 3, 2 gal- EWELL & BURDT'T, No. S8, Broad-street,
lons each, fobr Stores and Families' use, N have received by the late arrivals fiom Liver-
5000 Ibs. Irou Wire ; 5000 Lantern Leaves, pool, an extensive assortment of
500 lbs. Wickarn, for Lamps, s 26 Birmingham a Sheffield Wares,
200 SheetTrot ComalHods, for Grates..sep 26 uprising every article, usually wanted for the
RICE, 9OTTON, WINAE, etc. Country Trade, which they offer on te most favor-
able terms, tor cash or credit. 16sp sept 19
R. & E. LINCOLN, JUST RECEIVED,
4>',A 45, LOVG.W'fIARF, .AT No. 56,' MARLBORO'-ST.
S AVE FOR SALE, CASE rich Mechlin Laces I do. pliin all
15 tierees Rice ; 40 bales N. 0. Cotton, 1 figured Lustres; an assortment of English
5 pipes swcet Malaga Wine, Cashmere Mantles; and a few pieces of SilkMe-
40 quarter easms do. ; 35,000 Havana Cigars, rino, for Dresses. Other Goods, a usual.
8 tierces Honey, sept 12 eb4w
New Flour from Richmond, in bbls. and half
bbls. 6p sept 5 P1TCH f OBi.

BJAB IROJV, CUT T A. ILS, OcR. O sale, at No. 36, M eket.street-Calicoes
AMES CARTER, for Patch Work, various colors and patterns,
S o.17,A I .1.-l I.F, in larte or small lots. ep3w sept 15
HAs cowsTANTLY ron SALE, Fresh Goods by the Package.
-WSA ooriplte assortment of' Russian, Swedish and rn-pHE subscriber lins remaining ofhis imports-
EnglishI hon ; cut Nails, tit m various Factories j tion, the tbllewing articles in smll packaged,
Hoops, Plates, Rods attl Shapes, of l kind. which are offered on six months credit at a fair
4l1so-genuitne (L) blistered STEEL. price.
sept- 5 a-p'Ill E n Bombasettcs fi-om Rhodes Ilind, and Smith
BUFF.,2LO R OBE Do.. & Co. iu well assorted bales,
SDo. all twilled, various colors,
T'O be sold, a quantity of BUFF'ALU ROBES,, Do. all tigured,'beartiful assortment,
T in prime order; by the bale or single. Inquire Tartan Plaids, large aud eleant figures
of HOMES & BASS,. No. 108 Orange-street, or 'teal Scotch Plaids, do. U;nffils or Fluahitigs,
of Illi.NRY MESSI GER, No. 0 State-street. Drab Kirsey ; Star Twist Buttons,
Cash laid for Furs as above. 3m sept 19 A bale elegant London Waistcoatings,.
Calicoes,vatrious kinds,
HOGS 8HISTLES. Flaannels, Schofield's, well assorted.
C-ASTI (60 cents pet pond) will be given, for LEWIS TAPPAN,'
Si first quality HOGS BRISTLES, ut LANE No. 34, Broad-street.
& ItNEWELL's, Dock-sq. .Io
S soe makerss' t,. iorsalc as above. The Chambers at present occupied by the sub-
nor 1 is scriber ; possession to be given October 1st, at a

JAMES CARTER, reasonable rent. sept 19
.4or 17, IA D)iA- I,.HAI CHEJ1P GOODS.
''AS constantlvyforsalcl-Russian, Swedish, andt I. O DS
English IRON, flat S)ua.-re, aind round ; with REUBEN PUTNEY,
NAILS'RODiS, IOOPS, and PLATES. ofevery '[J o. 0, Mlarket-street, (SooUnT Sta,)
o escia 4on and size--real (L)' blistered STEEL,. h AS just received from New York, and offers
Alsp, sondon Crown WINDOW GLASS. or sale-- case Canton Crapes,
Jan 31 epti 1 case Italian don.
I do. 6-4 Imitation India Muslins,
1 do. Cambric and Cambric Muslins,
1 do. Furniture Patch, of superior quality,
1 Ido. Striped Silk; 2 do. Calicoe,
S H E I1 hale Bombazetts, assorted colors,
6-4 and 84 Linen Damask,
Birds yepDiaper; 4-4 and 6-.4 Cotton do.
A VALUABLE Patent Composition for nour- A great assortment of Silk, Worsted and
ishing and invigorating Loatherl.&c. A hirial q Cotton I-lose; Silk anl Kid Gloves, ke.
its superiorlty,over every other method of ienning, 50003yds. American Sheeting is to 2s pe"yd.1
softening, and preserving Leather, has been satiS 2000 do. tdo. Shirtings-16 to 40 ets.
factorily made: nilmerosu recommendations of the A good assortment of Ginglhams striped and
value of the above article have been obtained'; the check'd,(
two following it is thought will be suflciently saitis- h, lite atdi blac soFlanne an s
factory. so, Blue and black Broadclths and Csssimero;
Sattinets, &e; The above will be sold very cheap
.oston, Ily 17, 1821. for cash. tf gau 11
Havivg usedl the Patent Composition for Chaise, Unrivalled for utility and effect.
Harness, Leather, &e. and proved its efficacyv, I POMERO'S METALLIC
recommends it to the public as a valuable discovrs-y.
STEPHEN HARTWELL, No. 23, School-st. STRAP? .f A D PASTE,
For Razors, Surgeons' Instruments, Pen-
fIoston, Sef/t. 17, !821. knives, &e. 4
Having used the Patent Composition for Chaise, F0 M. T. &V CO. offer.-the. above Strap and
Harness, Leather, &c: and found it to answer the Xi) Paste to the public, with a fall belief that 1
purposes for which it is stated, we recommend it they will be oibud on trial, far' superior to any A
to the public as an important invention, and as high- Strap ever before used in thiscountry or elsewhere. S
ly useful. SPURR &-.HOLMES, TLey feel themselves authorized to make this de- 1
Broomfield's-laie. declaration from their owvn experience-the approba-
N. 1i. a supply of this article is left with STE- t0n of all who have used them,and the recommen- i
rPHEN-'IA.rTcWELL, and likewise ;uith JonuN BAcoxN dation of several gentlemen of the first respecta-
No.: 13, Court-street, fotbr sale. Price 30 ets. bv ability. :
the quantity,and 37 ets.per bottle. w sept 19 Among numerous others that mighlitbe procured, B
they submit to the public the following :-
Copartnership Votiee and Removal. Aes.llaven,), Ag. s, 182t. c
lE Copartnership leretofore exisLing under I hereby certify that have for seveaniweeks-nade 1
thle firn of PEARtSON & CLOUTMAN, daily use ofa a Raor Strap, .prepared by Mr. E. I
'iBtissolved in consequence of the decease ofR'. F. M. Pomeroy, ofWaltingford Conn. I have found
Cloitnman. All 'persons having demands ; 'giast -this'sr a ecidedly superior to nuy that I have u
the firm, nre reesteLd to present them, and mall i ) used., A iraztir which was in indifernt order, t
debted, to makeapaymenit to brought immediately to a delicate edge which it
EDWARD A. PEASON. preserves by a little judicios use of the Strap.-
-.I mtu sshonld thiirk from the trial- that I hsve tmade that
EW'AD fA.T"1 1 this Strap would in na-gi'cat rtlenture, ift not entim ely
EDWARD A. ITliSU\lN, lhasfrem d fiom slersede the necessity of honing. From tlhe dis-
76, Cornhill, to Counting Room, No. 1 Loil-wtl" closure-smatdetlo meot the substance employed in. I
where he will be Ihappyv in receiving orders for Bos- prnepari.g the Strap it is obvious that it could not o
ton Crown and Clmelst'ord Window Glass, and lst'e bees bette' chosen; aissI la've heve'r heltd a
Glass Ware ofever-y description. His former re .ofits heig aplie for this pirpse te ore.
ills customers can bc sunpliled by Messrs WING BENJAM IN SILL1MAN, Profs'ssor of Chiem- ti
& SUMNER, No.3, South Row. tf JT ly4 s.ra, Pharmacye, .Mieralogy .and Geology, in hI
alue Collegfe. )
BL.a C v'G. Thie subel'ibers have just received a lar-ge sup-
,LD'S rea B ih ply ef the St-aps and t Pasit.c, atil they are offered
OULLS real Japian Sponige lacking is tor l-r sale at the Manufacturers prices, by wholesale
Sale at tIe followmg places vi s:-Henry Tur- or retail, by JOHN ASHITON & CO. No. 3,
ner, and Ezra Eaton, Fish-street j. T. Dunpee, Cor-imill, Agent for the Patenrtees,
Middle-stree ; Gay & V .-zi, & J. Howe, lThlie imhbc re reinformed that these Strapse
and W. Faxu, Ann-street; T Ti'rill, N. E. of are all warranted to answer their recommendatiou-
the market; N. It. Holden, Market-square; Hall if they tdoI not prove so, the purchasers are at lib. a
& Weld, No. 1, Union-street; T. Brighan., Elm- erty to return them, and their money will be ore (m
street;, Perry,.O.Howe, and.,. Tollman, Court- "unded. .0 serpt 20 a
street; Mark yrne, and Cushman Bassett, Mar-
ket-street; Stearns & Bieknell, Exclhangestreet ; _i. ti
B. Dasrling, F. Atwood, and John Stevens, Broad- -, a- v .-?f a,. vi
street ; J. Pray, 281, Corlnhill ; B. Fuller, IM L'
Cushing, J. Morton, -J. Thayer, Jos. Stevcnss J r1d1111111 II ll
Vose, C. Veazsie, Thayer & Lomd, J. Hunt, anl t
L. E. Caswell, on the Main-street ; anut at Samuel T
Kidther,jt. sooat 'W. Arnold's, Charlestosu. This i
laeking may be used over tallow oi oil. -t v
A. G. returns lhs thanks to those gentlemen T
who state that they have his reeipe for making 'is No. 184, CORNHILL,
Backing. I further state, that 1 have not inform- g Cornert of State-street, ip s "tirs,
ed anty person whatever the method of making my .S SP'ECTFULLY solicits a sl .ire of the pub- c
Sljx ge Blhcking. A. GOULD. liec patronage in the above branch-iavinog 'een 'i
N. B. All orders punctmually attended to. solely in this etimloy tbr some yceirs,he is confident
Crleato'r.. 8, 1S21. 6m lie cant give entire satisfaction to every employer.
E. P'. would observe that (as competition :n this b
ISAAC BOWERS, business hascoaused some to reduce thar prices) n


This bills shallbe as reasomible as any wort-kman'is in
ItTELLIGEN E OF ICEon. tf Juxly 14 o
No. 14, INEWHUltY-STREET. f
W ILL register Lands or Houses, either for JOHN DAY,-Silver Samith,
sale, mortgage, nr to let, it town or couintiy No. Water-st. opposite the Poet Office, .loston. tl
Young Men or Women from the country, who "AS'INIC Work done at short notice ; Watchi
want places of any kind, and apply, will be attendl- W Cases and Swords Gilt, and Swords Plated.
ed to, and all business conrectedt wiid thie alivee .N. B.-Al kinds or Silrer Work made to match
tram sactd reason:by. tif July 4 any pattern. lawtf July IS A


NOTICE.
T HE Copartnership heretofore existing under
the firm of
HUTCHINSON & SARGENT,
is this dsy by mutual conouent dissolved. All per-
sons having demands against, and those, indebted
to he said f'rn, are requested to call on AMOS
S. IHUTCHINSON for settlement, who is duly au-
thorized to adjust the same.
AMOS S. HUTCHINSON,
AARON SARGENT.
Charlestown, September 19,1821.

ELEGdJVT SOFAS.
JUST RECEIVED,
At the Sign of the Looking Glass,
No. 8, CORNHILL,
A FEW elegant SOFAS and COUCHES, oF
superior worl.manship, 'warraiteid stuffed en-
tirely with the best of curled hair, and much cheaper
than can be bought at any other Shop or Ware-
house, of the same quality, in Boston.
Jlso-a few best MAT'TRASSES and Feather
BEDS, of superior quality ; with almost every
olher article fors hose-keeping, Ic.
sept 5 ep6w''

NO TICE.
nTHE subscribers inform their friends and the
J. public, that they have opened a wholesale
Commission Leather aund Shoe Warehouse, at No.
Q0 and "2 Greens,' or Bray's whiarf, opposite
Parkman's Buildings, S doors from Merchants'
Rovow, and have bfor -ale-
1400 pair Men'n Buckskin Shoes,
2000 do. do. Calf Skin do.
1000 do. Boy's do. do. do. a
21000 do. Women's low priced colm'ed Kid Slips,
with; spangles, fill trimmed,
1700 Chlildren's Roan =Morocco Boots and Shoes.
,N. B.-The above Shoes were made partie-u-
hI'rly for the Spanish Veat India market, and will
be sohl low 'ftor cash orguod paper.at 6 or 9 months
crediit.
1400 pair Women's Leather Shoes, welted, with
heels J straps on vamp high lace,
600 pair do. with straps on quarters,
590 hdo. Men's Calf Skin Munroe Shoes nailed,
'200 do. Women's Leather Bootees, weltil, with
heels,
500( Men's thick Monroe Shoes, sowed, very
stout,
500 do. Men's thick Monroe Shoes, first qual i-
ty, pegg'd work,
300 pair Boy's split Leather Shoes, Jined and
bound,
200 do. MAen's Calf Skin Shoes, pegg'd, double
soles, ,
1700 do. Men's thick Shoes, Sd quality,
75 do. Men's Monroe Shoes, 2d do.
500 do. Gentlemen's Wellington Boots, at from
S2 a S5 per pair,
1050 do. Mens a lined and bound Kip Skin Shoes,
300 do. Children's Seal Skin welted Shoes,
1000 do. Women's black Morocco Shoes, heels,
Slipss, bridle tils and high lace,
50000 yvds. black and colored Cotton Cord,
500 gallons best Spoere Blacking,
200 hide Trunks, different sizes.
The above assortment of Shoes and Boots be-
ing on consignment, the subscribers pledge them-
selves to customers, that they will supply them at
the lowest manufacturing prices. Purchasers arc
invited to call and examine fur thchrselvei -
JOSEPH FP. BORDMAN,
JOHN RYNEX.
0 .JOSEPH F. BORDMAN & CO. would
respectfully solicit consignmentsof.Leathzr and
Shoes. Their extensive acquaintance with the
Soitherni nd Western Shoe Dealers, and their de-
termination.to use their utmost exertions to please,
'ill, they hope, enable them to give satisftaction to
their employers, 'autnd insure them the patronage of
the public. ep6w setpt 8
APOTHECARIES' HALL.

DRUGS J JD MEDICINES.

WILLIAM B. WHITE.
Aa'. 49, 1hlfALBORO'-STJIEET,
oPPOSITe TomE r An.Lonoo' HqBIL., IOSTON, "
'_AS for sale-a very extensive assortment of
_o Drugs, Maedeicines, Patent Mledicines, Sur-
geots' lnstruendnts, Chemical Preparations,' Glass
Ware, A potheccries' Utensils, &e.-Partof which
have just bcca received, among them are very
superior
Piikroot, in lilds. Bbls. Stone Yellow
Bales of Peruviann-ark Do. Penegreek Seeds
Do.Chamomile Flowers Do. Crude Antimony
Do. Rosemary do. Do. True Eqsom Salts
Do. Gentian Root Do. Glauber Salts
Do. Snakeroot Do. Powdered Jalap
Do. Coriander Seeds D%. do. Curcumaa
Do. Caraway Seeds Do. do. Per. Bark
Do. Squills Cases Cardarmum Seeds
Do. Orange Peel Do. Magnesia
Do. Elder Flowers Do. Gum S.andarach
Do. Curcuma Root D). .Gum Camphor
Do. Phial Corks Do. Calomelt
Do. Angsturan Bark Do. led Prceipitate
Do. Elastic Gum Do. Tart. Emetic
Do. Senna Leaves Do. Glass Antimony
Do. Senika Root Do. lenr'y's Miagnesia
Bbls. of Columnbo Root Do. Rhubarb "
Do. Refined Borax Do. Gum Arabic
Do. Rasped Quassia r000 wt. Quassia Wood,
Du. RvsePink in logs
)o. Dutch Pink 3000 wt.Juniper Berrie'
......LSO0.....
White Wax, Gum Kino, Hals. Peru, Cowhaga,.
China Root, Calomel, Ipicao, Opium, Rhubarb, Red
Precipitate, Oil of-Cloves, Oil of Rosemary, Oil of
Almonds, Gum Mvrlib, Terra Japonica, Otter,
Oil of Peppermint,0il of Annisted, Oil of Suceiai,
Hemlock, Spruce Wintergreen, Carbonate of Iron,
Musk, Cobalt, Oil of Juniper, Muristeof Gold,
Sal Succinni, Yellow Gum, Sang Draconis, Sugar
.enad, &e.
Spermaceti, Burgunda Pitch, Corrosive Subli-
mate, &e. e,. in boxes.
Aqua Fortis,.ind Oil Vitriol in Carboys,best cold
pressed American Castor Oil, in bbls. and bottles,
Balsam Capevi in barrels, jars, ce.c.e.
With a general assortment of silver wired and
ommnon Tooth Brushes, Court Plater, Issue
lasters. Gowland's Lotion, Windsor Soap, Pearl
Dentrifice, &c. t&c.
-'ortable Hot Baths, &ca. &c. with every article
mnally kept in Drug Stoi es.
SURGIC.AL INST'RU.MENTS,
ewter Bed' Pans.and Syringes, in great variety-
Stisays Girsl-es, mscth approved,
-' Patent Spring Ttrusses.
(Ori-ders Ifrom foreign Markets, or from Drug
sus.lers, and Phlysicians in tlhe country, executed
ni thle most favorable tes ims, anid liberal credit for
approved paper.
j"'lThe R]etail department of the Store, will con-
inue to be strictly attended to. and very particu-
ar attention paid to Physicians' prescriptions.
sept I 6w
By thle PIresident of)i thle UL united States.
Vhiciais lthe President of the United States is
authorized by law to case certain Lands of the
United Stautes to lbe oltfred Ior sale. viz :
"IIEREF(IIE, 1,.JAMES MON ROE, PI'rcsi-
l_ i-ent of the U citedd States, do hereby declare
nt make known that public sales, for the disposal
agrecably to Iaw) of certUin lands, shall be held
s follows, viz
At thle same ptlace, on the third Monday in Sep-
ember next, fii the sale (,'twenity-four tuownshtips'
iz:
A'. 'l'uscaloosoa, im lalamu, On the third Mon-
ay iu October next, Iur tie sale of twenty-oiu
o.vnships, viz:
'owinships 1.5 to 21, in ranges 8, 9, and 10 west.
At the same place, on tihe third Monday of No-
ember next, for the sale of 24 townships, viz. :
ownshiplts 15 Io 21, in ranges 11,12, and 18 W.
15, 16, aulkl7 14.
At the same pace on the third Monday in De-
ember next, for the stle of 25 townshiips, viz :
ownships 18 to 21, in range 14 west.
15 21 15, 16 and 17.
Each sale will commence with the lowest hum-


ecr of lot or section, township, and range, and
roceeld in regular' numerical order.
The lands reserved by nlw for the use of schools,
or tor other purposes, will as usual be reserved
'ost sale.
Given under my hand, at tlhe city of Washington,
his 19th day of tApri!, in tihe year 1821.
JAMES MONiOE.
By the President:
JOSIAII MEICS,
.Commnissioner General of Land Office:


SUMMER ESTABLISHMENT.
Old Line of Mail Stages, from Boston to
sMaontreal,
T EAVES Boston on Mondays. Wednesday
Sand Friday s, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestowii same evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 4'o'clock, A. M. ; dities at Windsor, and
arrives at Royalton. same evening. Leaves Royal-
ton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives at Burfligtoni
same evening.
.rETU(R.ING-Leaves Burlington at 4
o'clock,.A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
urdays, and arrives at Royalton same evening.-
Leaves Royalton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestown same evening Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives in Boston at
4 o'clock. P M.
Toaits through which it passes from Bston:
Chiarlestqvwn, Medftbrd, Woburn, Billerica,
Chelmsibrd, Tyngsborough, Dimstable, Amherst,
Mount.Vernoh, Franicestown,Hillslorough. Washi-
ingtoa, Goshen, Newport, Claremofat, Cornish,
W0iridsosr,(Vt.) Hartland, Woodstock, Barnard,
Royalton, Randolph, Brookfield, .VWilliamstown,
* Montpelier, Waterbury, Bolton, Willistonto Bur-
lington, then by Steamhobeat.fobrMonitral. "
Each pIassetnger allowed thirty pounds, baggage
gratis. One hundred and twenty pounds equal to
Spassengr. Tlie Propr'torms wAilanot be .ccounit-
able fill, atiy-baggagc unless receipted tor.
SStage Books kept at RlLE"'S, No. 14, Back-
street, Boston, and at JOHN HOWARDS, Bur-
lington
BU'i MAN RICIIARDSON,- ,'pto ,ou
ASA BUTTERFIELD, .t
DEAN & ALDS, to Windssr.
EDMUND LAWRENCE, t i r.
F. c J. PETTIS, Plrop's firom
ROBERT 13ARKER, indsor tof
HARRIS EATSON, emtorlin to
JAMES WHI'TCOMB, t
July 25 eptf


The most valuable Medicine in use fol
COUGHS ANVD CONa'U.MUPTION.
r| HIS new auit healing Balsam bidihfair to rival ever'
a tMed iine heretofore discovered, for Couaglsand cona
plaints of the Lungs, leading to Consuimption,snid ev.eni i
seated Consumptionsit has lately been used by mrany witl
the most surprising success. Jf certificates from person
of the highest respectability, or tle great increasing
emnand for it, may be 'aIled proof of its good effects, i
is proved. Scarcely a case otf Colds, Coughs,.pa i n thi
side, dillculty of breathing, want of steep arintlf tron
tdebility, or even consumptions, but may be relieved by
the timely use of this Medicine. Many certificates of it
eflleacyacyeompany each hpttle.
7I his may certify to tho e whom it may concern, that
have been extremely afflicted with the Asthlm which ha
lasted une nearly orty years, and a great part or that tiai
to such a degree,thlat 1 could not lay in hted nor sit in meet
ing without coughing,notwithstanding I had tryed many
good Physicians arid vario s kinds o 'Medicines, till I pro
cured a vial of.Anderson'as Cough Drops, and by tho usea o
them I can sleep eornt'itably, and sit in meeting without
coughing, and attend to my busiRess ; andi I d turthel
certify, that my neighbor Benjamin Holbrook, had be
comi unable to lahor, on account of an affection of thi
lungs, .t ended with. a cugh, who has received mniuch
benefit froiri the same kind of Medicine, so as to be able to
labor agait, and I can cheerfully recommend (he sanm
kind of Medicine,to those who labor under such complaint,'
I, sthe so tscrlier, do hereby solemnly affirm to the truth
and whole truth of the shove statenmt-, before a magi
trateat Providence,. I. this 4th day o aJuly, 1821.
C, HRISTOPHiR COOK.
I, Samuel H. Jones, af Salisbury, do hereby certi
that my wife has for more thian five years, been trouble
with a violent cough, difficulty of hreatlhing, and loss a
appetite, and almost entirety deprived of steep; ana
having tried, as lwe supposed, every thing that migb
relieve her, without receiving any benefit, I wasaiuduce
to haveher mike trial of Aderseln's Cough Drops, ani
after using two bottles, her coughl entirely left her-sair
enjoyed hes former sleep, which she had not done to;
years, and was again l eston'ed to strength.
S. 1!., JONES.
Cautito-Be particular that ever)- genuine bottle ha
Ansersron.s Cough DrfIop" stamped on the'bottle; and
the directions are all signed by James Mellen.
Sold by sMaynard & Noyes,, Cornhill; Hall & Weld
Union-street; Sanmel Pilsbury, Hanover-itreet; Horeto
I Brown, Robert Fennelly, and Daniel Hrenchman, Boi
tonh; J. Williams, Cambritge; cA. Lincoln, Worcester
D.Brewer, tauntou ; J. Wheaton,pedham; i .F. Phippr
harlestown.; Brewer, Dorchester Whitney, P'uovi
dence; Whiitse, Salem; Whipple, Newburyport-
111lls. Haverhinp; Amos Ablint, Andover ; E. W. Gil.
man, Exeter ; Mr. Kidlder, Medslirtd, asd Mr. Slocuomb. ol
taledway, atnd wholesale at No. 13, Cornhill, wherelDrug
gists may be supplied oni liberal terms.
.Tlly. 1821. C laife
DR. HUNTER'S
CES EBRoTED PILLS.
P RIVACY mnst ever be a gratud desideratum
d to those wlo are so uafortunate as to contract
a Venerueal tainti; il whoin a nattolal anxiety ari-
ses to s-id themselves of so dangerous a complaint
as early as possible, yet bashafulness has often beet
the destruction of many, wIco otherwise might have
been at this present day in health, and useful mnem-
bers of society. To prevent similar oeurranees,
the proprietor submits an easy, simple and secret
method to cure the same, vizx .-aDr. Hunter's Cel-
ebratedPills. Price one dollar, or six bhxes fotbr
five dollars-round which will be eound a practical
treatise on the complaint, describing fully the
symptoms and method of cure. These Pills
together with Dr. Htunter's'Injetienu Powder, are
an effectual preventative and remedy, in all the va-
rious stages of the. disease, hmueveI obstinate1 re-
cent intbetions are removed thereby frequeistly in
three o- four day a, without confinement or restraint
of diet, at the trilling expense of a lew dollars,
with perfect seereey. ('Abk for "Dr. Iluniter's
celeh rted -Pills"--ieone arc genuine unless signed
W. 2. Conaway. -
lefaolloinsig lettemlls ara pt'oos i f their s'ngula
and aiptrior efficacy.
14 Sit-Thle two boxes est'yeouri J)r. tiite r's cele
rated Pills, andh o;. packet of Dr. 1ounter's Injec-
lion Powders, caminesatC through tihe post otlice ;
and I have thIe pleasure to observe that the whole
of the symptonus have ceased, although lI hid been
afflicted near two years, and. had been regularly
atteiiled;t during whiicl I became much debilita-
ted-but -am inow, thanks to your most excel-
tent medicine,oresred tno health. It is llow only ten
days since I began taking them. If any thing
mo'e is needful you will please send as before.
Yoirs,.most obliged, o I. C. 1T.
Platauleug., )ec. 18.
Sir Being afflicted with a venereal taint fibr
thrae years, which had resisted every assistance,
resigned a incurable, tormented with; pains in ev-
ery bone, swelling in many parts, distressing head-
acse, loss of'sleep, not able to put tmy hliuals to the
round, nor my coiet over my sltoulders, l y headi
mixed itn this horrid situation-1 was advised by a
physician Pto apply to you for advice, which was
doue according to ro, letter, dated' 1lthi Nov. last j
I have takitn live boxes of Vtr. flnter's celebrated
SPills, you was pleased to send, and otherwise Iol-
lowedl your friiendly advice, and am now to all ap-
pearance well ; my pains ceased after the second
box-would tlhank you; if you think fit, to forward
more pills as before.
Wili the greatest esteem, in good health, thank-
fully, I ;m' yours. Charleston, Decaember 31.
ThIese PILLS arie lpepareil and sold wholesale
by the sule proprietors, W. T. CO.O-VW Y, CheLa-
isat, No. (, '4, Franklin-place, the late Mansion-
house of Don Juian Stoughton, Bostonu..-and re-
tailed by appointment, (-to prevent mistakes !) by
Maynard &c Noyea, Corinhill ; Samuel Pillsberry,
56 fltanover-street; Henchmnan, Cambridge-street;
Fennelly, 33, Prince-street; Farrington, Anni-st.;
Wakefield, Milk-street-and no other in Boston.
Also, by Whipple, usingg -& Alppleton, Salem ;
C. Whipple, Newvburyport ; Robinsoun, Worces-
ter ; Hubbard, Hutclhings & Gruy, Poitsmouith ;
Daniel P. Hopkins, Hartford; Hunt &c Son, Clark
b, Sons; Northlampttiin; Readt & Spaulding, Anm-
herst ; Avery Plynmouth-and most Druggists,
Booksellere, anmi Post Masters throughout the
Union ; where may be hash all thosejustly esteein-
ed and highly approved Medicines prepared by
II'. T. CONW AY. (3A large discount to
country Physicians, Trader's cc.
LOS7,
SN tile neighborhood of Orange-street, a Cotton
Sheet, with a hole torn in two of thle corners,
an ink mark and hole in the third. The finde,- by
leaving it within Mis. MARY COO PFR, at the Lace
Malnnilfactotry, Vatertown, wi.l be handsomely re-
warded. sept 26


.BOiRDERS WANTED.
T WO or three Gentlemen can find good and
plena.i, t accommodations for boarding, at No.
39, Hanover street. sept 26

B 0./1RJDIJNG,
nI WO young Men may be genteelly accommoda-
ted with Board in a small family, centrally
situated, where there are no children, on moderate
term, Inquire at the Centiiuel Counting Room.
sept 26
LAID WANTE'lD.
W ANTED as an apprentice in a wholesale
I store, a Lad, 14 or 15 years of age, one who
can produce good recommendations, and writes a
goo hand. Apply at the Centinel Couoting
Office. sept 19
HWET NURSE I ANTED.
NE who has a plenty of iilk, and can bring
S good recomnnendations may hear of a pleas-
ant situation by applv ing at tile Centinel Count-
ing Room. A young woman who has nursed but
a short time would be prefaerd. sept 19

COLUMBIAN CENTINIL.
Plitical......fercantile..,.a.nd Ml sellaneovs
Published on W'ednesdads anld ,astsurdaysbi
I1ENJAMIN RUSSELL, Publisher ot the LhsW
of the United States, Printer to the State,ant
Proprietor. at his Office, Congress-atreet.--.
1'HOMASI HUDSON, printer.


The Linstean Botanic Garden, '
WILLIAM PRINCE, PtornazrTOs, ..
AJl Long Island, Neev-York,
NL VOW coutaiqs upwardsof4a009-
y,, f .^ v peies and varieties of Exotic and
',' ,' naigenouasREESand PLANTS,
',. '. ainong lwhichl are above 1000 varn-'
,-f ties of the finest Fruits of Enuiop&-
"'" and Asia, imported at a great ex-
,.'. ... pense from the mostcelebratedol--
'' sections of Englasnd, France and:'
Germany. This immense colleetiun.has l..-rn th;
labor of more than half a century, and is now con-
sidered interior to none. Catalogues ofthose kinds
considered m ast worthy the attention of the Amer-
ican Agriculturtalist, aceotip'n;'ld by a short trea-
tise on their culture, may he obtained of the sub-
scriber, who will receive and l orwatrd orders to
the ProplritoW:. JOS.FPIt BItlI)G ',.
No. 25, Court'-satrce, Bstoin.
september 26 ep4w
FARVIM FOR SALE.
1d0 be Sold a FARM, i Kevwttmon, eight miles
froinm 3ostou, contai1itig seventy acres, suitably
,ided into Mowing, Pasturing, Orcharding, Til-
lage and Wood, Land, by Stone Walls, and not
more thannlhirty t ods of rial feee iupoin the whole
Farmn, with n House aind Barn, and all necessary
Out Buildings standing upon the same. Said t fali
is within, half mile of the Worcester Turnpike,
and joins the farm of Gen. 'Simo'n o Elioi. For
further information inquire ol EBE'ElN ZELi. CHE-
NEY, living upon the premises. sept 19

PARIM FEOR SJ1LE.
TO0 be Sold a FARM in the southwest part o
the town s' o'aramisgham, ioa on 1u(b-"
river, '20 miles,6linia Boston, constaining-0 tier',d o"
good Land, having two Dwelling llouses,a Barn, a
good Orchard, Grist MiN!, aw Mill, llacksrmiths
Shop, WVheelvrights Shop,'and Tnsning works.
Said Fart contains, situations tfri" Factories which
lay be [built on the river. Said Fats. will be
sold chle;'p Ibr cash oi exehanged for Real Estate in
Boston. Apply to ALEXANDER H. JONES,
on the premises, or to ELIJAH MORSE, No. 9W,
eourt-street, Boston. fiGA -sept 12

.2 rare opportunity.
T O be sold, a FAltM, in Dover, Mass. situ-
ated on tie easterly bank of Charles-river, sot)
called, containing from 80 to 10l )eres ,f excellent
Landl, consisting of msowsing, tillage, pasturing and
wood land. Smid F;arm is 19 miles from Boston, is
well fenced into convenient lots, with a good
Dwelling-tlouse. and Barn, Grainnry, Carrsige
House tnid other necessary Biililigs. Several
hundred Fruit Trees of various kinds, engraftet
Sand inoculated, of a superior quality, most rapidly
accumulating, and in a bearing Staite. Said' Farm
is furnished with a good well of water, springs, and
aqueduct privileges. 'For further particulars, in-
quire of JOHN PLYMPTON, on the premises.
.Dover, Sept.,21, 1821.

&TOJNE CUTTIfJ...
rPHE Bricklayers and others concerned in build-
__ ing, are respeelfully informed, that the sub-
scriber has commenced the above business in Cam-
bridge street, where he will supply those who
will lavaur him with their custom at the lowest
prices. JOHN TEM PLEFTO.
N.iB. Also,Grave Stones of nil kinds.
tt march-7

.opa THE ClRCUS.
-OR sale, or to be let, on a long lease, that swelB
known building the CIRCUS, in Sheatfe's lane,
Sfor many yearsimproved by Mr. inoulstone. Ap-
ply to JOHN A1ORY, No. 42, Newbury street.
sept 19 if

Notice to. Cotton Weavers.
T HOSE who are desirous of making a contract
for weaving any quantity of Yarn, per week or
month, cmn be supplied with good YARN, on ap-
plication to JOEL CARTeRl, No. 9, Maricet-row.
sept *2S 6w
Foreman of a .Distillery Wanted.
1 STEADY faithful Man, well acquainted with
A1 the Distillery business, is wanted as ear:
ofa Distillery in this town-to such an one, libert'i
wages and constant employment will be given.
Inquire at the Centincl Counting Room. sept 26
house JWanted in Canbridge,
O-N a lease of'three or four years, a convenient
antd well finished House, within a mode-
rate distance oftlhe Colleges, possession tobe taken
as early as possible. For such a house as suited, a
liberal rent will lie paid quarterly, or wholly in
advance if wished for. Apply at the Steward's
Officce, CamLridge. sept 19
D1 PWEI LIvG-HO USE.
T 0 be sold cheap, a handsome and convenient
brick Dwelling House, in complete repair,
and pleasantly situated. Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Room. sept 26
TO SELL OR LEV.
rH IE Mansion-estate of thelate Doct. Joua.tDa-
S vies, now occupied by Maj. Moses Fairfield,
consisting of a large Dwelling-house, out buildings.
and four or five acres of most excellent land, situ-
ate a few rods from the Main-street in Roxbury.-
'rih terms will be very accommodating, and imme-
diate possession given. Apply to ELIJAH LEW-
IS. sept 25
TO B.E LEASED,
IIAT large and convenient Establishment, sit-
nuated at the corner of Atkinson and Milk
streets, which has been occupied more than 20
years as a first rate boarding house, and is pecu!i-
arly calculated for that tpurose. Mrs. Palmer will
continue in the housda lfew days, and will show the
apartments. Also, a small bi ick ilou.e in Giorge-
street. Inquireof SAMUEL PARKMAN.
sept 19
'O .BE ILET,
A SHOP with a good dry Cellar, suitable forza
Bar Room or a Grocery, good security on a
quarters rent will be required, few minutes walk
from State-street. Inquire at thtc'entinel Count
ting Room. sept 19
LOST,
( N Sunday last, near the Stone Church, Sum-
umer-street, a Topaz BREAST PIN, set in
pearls. The finder will be suitably rewarded by
leaving it at the Centinel Counting Room. sept I
JvVTjICE.
A NY person authorized, can receive the amount
of wagescoeW> ISAAC FLY, late a-aeamatt .
o. board the brig Mercury', deeesedion a passage
rom the WVest- ndiea to New-Or:.,ns, by applying
a No. 6 Rowe's wharf sept 19
X;aTICE.
T WO or three steady Boarders can be accommo-
dated in a private family here there is no
children, if application is nmaleo immediately. For
further information inquire at the CentinelCountig -
Room. asp sept 29




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