Title: Boston patriot
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Title: Boston patriot
Uniform Title: Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. 1809)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Everett, David, 1770-1813
Publisher: Everett & Munroe
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1809-1816
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1809)-v. 14, no. 52 (Mar. 6, 1816).
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 7, no. 1 (Mar. 14, 1812)-v. 114, no. 52 (Mar. 6, 1816) called also whole no. 326-741.
General Note: Publishers: Everett & Munroe, 1809-Mar. 7, 1810; Isaac Munroe, Mar. 10, 1810-May 1, 1811; Munroe & French, May 4, 1811-1813; D.C. Ballard, 1814-1816.
General Note: Prospectus issued Feb. 10, 1809.
General Note: Editor: David Everett, Mar. 10, 1810-Oct. 23, 1811.
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Other version: American Republican (Boston, Mass. : 1809)
Preceded by: Columbian detector
Succeeded by: Boston patriot and morning advertiser

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M-stoin, -assachusctts, tbli-4 d by ISAAC MU Pfitter to the State, No. 8, SL.tc-Street.

NuInR 38. V ,WEDNESDAY -'. 181 VoU M IV.
na "A'-_-l. 2.." enof j^bll no ct h C(' ( 6R11. ee._ hie, dpn ld on Lhe ne hard of the advan- the next set & so on until the series is.e-
tasaW m bt EPAr, T 31810. Io E ,li,; properlytmpercd w b ad, ^. ., ,- .'' tsg.es histI iit reaonabl, y promws. itself bausted, ytne he recurs to tho original nurt-
NO oeer 1810d t whieh is to be wellrtrinmed round, & tobeh Aid -, -o thee connes:tons, might or 'lc other her. mnd t: kirK a new division, proceeds as
PROPOSALSw il he received at the offie o i with sheet lead carefully soldered to prevcn L T. RES'-.K. E, ,- ..A.- hand be detained v bnegotiations s.pIn out to -'e t. d n l "ication e "ds the l"
the Sese tary of the Treasury until the st leakage; the entrance to the vault to be secur- cCtM. ~. an.de elei:., and not o". t s.nl Ir, pto ne. of wne factor nd m iplies themiuc-
d-by. a suf next, .... buildinw ..... leakage, r ,e"s,,,ariad not e till liv, evp tip eir, fone factor, ird multiplies thcm suce
cr ; ,: Febrtoary nert, tf buiiti"a LIGHT. riot into. by a ,tuhcie0t d1oor witihines aThI a-:'"qi
IS-, oin or earthe pitch of CAs Loo0- :,tro-gq lock and piinted.. SoA aft-Ierti lprui lqf :I tuen, ".ns- .ps after t he other beligerent powevrs, a i si ielyir. theater Thus in n-."iply.
OUT, in' reth ar-aii, of tte folowing mate-, Als, a ftane IJ ,ELLIXG IO'JSE, 4 mite.thW 1h'm .-es the 1' ..d of s. e pe.ae with nll. und., ig 3. by lip, nstuad of taking te .,
Ita, imimsiotsra!..ide--tti.Li i. re.ft. l ht.AinprAone rtoryofeighhfeot, and ta %r" ,. ",.* .r ., .- O-?:" t.9 -'% .:tflii9 whirhop-r-'; tn m odmel hf ..:.; .-!.. ...
The ig, w. Aus... ;e, ta4 ft"rm hafs.-y of four feet. dnce.d ,int I rce roo'n. ,, .... ...r themselves to alike. pa.ifaf pacit.aion,.arb-i.. :.-.Jeti*L. E. -'.-.- .... -sgf-
I -.,~ i' 0 'ore, '-- 1 k a1 15 2 t. o 12 by "o "2et and yt y 10 T o t =e iOle, gre.i t n.-r, L. ;1 m.2 "-nt rhmra ndA I .-l .
tAr as ecfvrc -v q'... .sinface I'the hear, reet, eving at one ended fthe ast, 8 by eet the great Couinsel of thlle city of e)den too multiplied f, any to erovise h as the cessi h fir mulp lies the hundredtSlP, aid
*k lowest-tier iof which, to .,ins.ti oi lar,-e .tjfor T pas stirsta and closet. There is to be The uergni manufacturers, tr. tosee them suddenly removed c a the ce, es e
jto be thence carried op two feet abo he t chimney ner the niiddle of the house with a chants and other traders interested in th rtituton of the possession taken from the then tie tens, and discovers te aggregul
surface of the earth. It is to be commenced ot1 fireplace toleach room. ;Also, an Oven and iron manufactures and fabriof th citY, ive state and reatken from thenglisph by Fr-ance, by addition.- Hid facility in multplication
the diameter of fiftly five feet, where the wall js or stone nmantletrees. The walls of' the house ., ... a restitution that basbecome thereby imprac- arisesin a great measure from the extent of
to be thtee feet thick, the foundation wall be to be boarded with good.inch pine boards, feat r spe ",. y ,t-o icable ; the indemnaification of the immense his table, which, instead of. coeprismg onlf
tapped with hewn tone of at least eight inches eredged, on 'which is to be laid a good coat of '- hat a number ofthie unddcugne liaig l os ,that the unexpectu d and perfidious at- one hutidred anw d forty-four comrina tion,
ide, sloped to trn off the water the oct ceda or pin (without sap) shingles. There taken, on the t of ar of England atarhh caued t thhee Dulibehy to probably comprises ten thousand, as he evi-
Pvramid of wood, is to be of good ak or white are to be three chambers. The roof to be rec- present to your noble and z'raPd Lordships, .. .. .... J. .... -. .
ine timber, the sticks or pieces of which, are to tangular, the boards of whichh to be jointed and a respectful req toest to l ; ti il. conclusion ,ation in general, to the petitioners in partic- dently answers all questions whose fa..
be of a ize duly proportioned to the building, halved and well seasoned; and covered with like of connections of commeIrct pith United ular ;. the assurance of a free navigation for dre less than one hundredfrom recollection.
and to be sufficiently braced in all its parts to the I good shingles as the walls. A sufficient num. A om ca ,- .n o- th the futureU upon the principle of the armed and not ffom computation.. His memory i
acceptance of the person who may be appointed ber of windows well glazed, with shutters and merica, the petitioners the future, upond c the principles oof tharmedind f p rs aabl oH snosti
to sqperintend the building on the part qfthe U- the proper fastonings : also, doors hung on iron ought to hold it for a duty as agebe asneuoslttyanduconrmably to the law of na- prcdigiotlis, and apitiraIs capable o0aMoset
united States. The pyr'amd isto beit' ur feet hinges with thumb-latches,and the outside doors indispensible,' to testify their tiincere grati-., tion;the dissolutioneofth bonds which, dvtnitecultivatio.l In his general ispooi-
diameter at the eomencement: its height is to to have good locks. The inside walls and ceil- tutde not only foir th graci s tanner ithu:beingproductive of any utility to the ion, he is uncommonly docile and action-
be 93 feet fomtlhe top of the stone work to the ini to be lathed and plastered with two coats of which your noble. and great ldr ha two nations, have been a source of contesta- ate, although hedicovers consderabtepri
door of the Lantern, at whick place it is to be 14 good lime mortar, and all the floors be ou- been leased o acceth' r -st but also tns always springing up, arid which i eve. f opinion, and is chagrined when detected
feet in diameter. The frame to be covered with bledAbove nd below, anid nailed through. The ,b. ... .. asi, ry war betwei h.Great Britain and any other in an error. He is remarkably inquisitive, fe
g )ode.ich seasoned whitepine boards, feather- wood work to be painted inside and out wit-ah. or the ppitriatic .resolutio t4 -your noble our repub- ionever satisfied with i superficial exainios ,
dged, over which is to be laid a god roofofce-two cats, the roof as well as the walls. To the and great sps hae tarr uponitsob-lc in i or have in effect done t the annihi tionofanneobjector fact Muic ite
dar or white pine (without aap) sningles,and the I Dwelltt-House isto b annexed a frame Kitch- ject : a resolution in virtP c i t.Which the c -. it, o .r hae .i-,, ,. o ,-.ct ti. ti.
utsidetobepainted with tree coatsofgood ced t the distance of not less than six ty of,.yden,(as the petitiones h.av the ion if possible, ofthe act of navigation, an him-wr y; a etto pir
pauntstde l.st f .hichn a tobetstripes, alternately I. en,plaedwathihcardestanctoofvi.denthm kto -syd, o the.- peo i a "ell pro. "
paint, thelast of which to be stripes, altrnately feet, ith a covered wy between. The Kitch- best reason to suppose) hath been one of theta act which, carries too evident marks of the His persent is strfbla and well proportion.
white aord brown. en-tbe 16 by ft.ofne of it c this provice fr14om whose nn- P affected by England over all otlt ec.-pt his head, which is ihuch Lirger thnI
foInthecntret of the bi there is tot, or d at aconeenienpann ort distance Uti teone-r inle and er -wrilme people,.ri-t to attract attention at usual. This circumstance has, a. si ed. su-
obuilt a brick well for h e stairs to run up. The hoimney with one fire place. A Well to be sunk m o, o -opron ri ted tML.re ,pproc"i r, g.cirian of petce" 5nal. piers tl.. t he had been s..bct tomth rick

wall ofthe frame, end to be twenty feet in amat ^athe necessaryfaat frdrawinwi wter. react th- ..... th .... I.r.. fa.g ".-.-'-','" ,'0,-s" *" oar a ti son. eter, carried up in sol. masonry, .either fhi he Builder is rt find and pay for all thema- trand nMi htinesse- wth \ / make her's re~sect-d in the northern oceasI, "e. ; -.. .v' i .ree. that the .hiU
brick or stone, fron L the foundation to the surfaee t.. er.is tfnd and pay, ns for allthe saV gand cune i a-n ,' o# the "L. .-- ---
bfrick or st., .fromn tie foundation tohe esur s trials. lab, w ,orktnianship, provisions, and oth- t G... a eth as the seat of her maritime Empire; and has always been be l.hynarirffl ,0 s-
Sof the eh n U is tondate erI objct of cost, charge or expense and to inacsra tlanod a M to other objects of this nature, which as.the pet. nies that he rdiscoverd any aparanc
Sbe commenced o~t nineteen teet uaietr, i"te neesrp ahe abo ,ve described work ant erylp 4 i taces tro tie end etat M6r. Adats ry ..... '. "t .t .. o

ikaltso to be two bricks in .thi etosp carred part thereof in a good and workmanlike-manner, e admitted, and acknowledged as Minister ulent proceedings of the court of London of this di.sei.
up from te foundation to he top oft buil within the time and for a sum to be agreed on. of the United States of Ameica. hae give rise to them, will certainly furish oasiderng all these circumstance, th
or floor of the Lantern, where the diameter is to Bon d and security for the faithfd performance of That the petitioners *egard with .all hon- matter for claims and negotiations. present appears to be ap Unparalleled rio-
be twelve feet Within this we l, atone stais the Contract will e required, convenient pay- et hearted citizens the present c. as (T be contWnued) stance of the early devlopenmeant of mind.
wre to run from the floor to the lantern not ls ents or advances will be made. "r c......., ..... preset epoch, It ||B ....||, i -- ;g prepost.rou t co..pare hi., with tha
than one hund ed and thirty in number, one and eri disposed to contract will be pleased one o he most loou m te n of TH ANTHOLOG, admirable Critton u r the blind Dydimus i
going six inches at least into the wall, and The ~o tassmit written Proposals (which must also I our dear country ; seeing that thtre has --T nae Cai fanul wer drawn iorth b
their end being nine inch newell frminff a specify the shortest time within which they will been manifested, in a most signal manner, ZERAH COLBURN. the usual artifices of education hil.tho
ar in the t e ntre ofthe well, a quarter-landng : uertake to complete, the works) to either of 6n one hand, a confidencea thel ost cordial, DuaRwI several weeks, we have repeated- south of this child, of i"cati e of is par-
well bound, and good lime mortar used through- n o before the 15rithday of February next, ho of the goo it ens tward eget nd ly received astoshing and almost icredible ents, and their relative situation in society,
our, and the bricks to be all sound' and good.. will immediately thereafter transmit them to the on the other, a paternial attent.bn ad dleer- accouaots of the matheinatical powers of a pr-clude the possibility of his having attain-
lor the better security and support of the well, Treesury Department, from whence notice will ence of the reents to the respofl but well chikl living in Vermont. Within th last d his wers b any use of the ordinr
there is to be erected around it from the founda- be ffirep of the accepted ofter, vie : founded prayers of their ftTb- I citizens i month, he has beenn exhibited in this place, h ti s p rwvs by aee ot h orta inhar
tion to the top, a substantial frame, which is to INRY DEARORN, Es of nton, and in general, the most tilarv unanim- and we have had frequent & ample opportu- means ofimprove ment It is certainther -
goi x thewell and is to be connected ith the nut- iDVID GELSTON, Esq.af New York,. t throughout the.whlle niioit, to the con- nitiet for examiaing him r and havA benidhs, ifo s, the m i de hef in whstance of prem
stairs. and at otitr proper distances in such way BRIAN HELLEN, Esq. o Beauforr, Ntrh fusion of these, who, having elndea-red to collcttd Tfrom the father,-and from respect- t skill in arithmetical cobinatins that
as o render the whole perfectly strong and se- w sow the seed of disrord, would have rejoiced ab gentlemen in that part of the country the world ever saw
ttnie, and united sO as to app-ar as one an if they could say with truth, that a dissention where this prodigy was bsrn, the following e wo eve s
The timiabei to be of th ,. -qulity as the out- ,- i E ?i ,E ao fabtl hd t..ow Itself, to0 r ian of the account of his birth and education, -- r r-
TerIame to which src o we uned. The t or or H -s country and the people. Zerah Colbrn was born at Cabot, in the U, S. CONGRESS.
.ri Ae e v e WA .SHINGTON MONUMENT t'ht the petiners, fe.W th. elves county of Caloni, and state of Vermont, IN SENTE.
rance to the lte'c ) on wl.chareto be a saf- t T -r penetiatd,with tI e T aost Arn. ..ne's, oa tcl ris: se e we r epae-thDec. 7-Mr. A'uerfon prelted
tciett number ..t ouo.s'aitial ,ron .sleepers vi t.<- .L .iy J"arr-tiyse nt raubn pEo s ir, nd ear l he was ac .e pene Cr r.n riner-teor,.y pn l.-.ikpa-
deterein at ] b I te i i t',om the centre, which FIRST CL ASS ver in silence the reo-.:ction, h:a *, ouo ,tble year old, his parents considered hii very nif-atiun for certain expenfes incurred in the fein.
wr to be covered first with sheee iron over FRS T 5 0 and reat orlhips. tkg reslJloi thee t fuch inferior to the rdst of theioi children, re and prcfecutiun to eondeinnaton of certain
'which isto be laid a course of sheathing paper 1 Pri'ze o 50,000 50,000 ipa enes wlt he coni aded at Orlean- Referred
ell soaked in and paid over wih tar, and then do. 30,000 30,000 most avourabe, upon th said rquet, have and sometimes fearfully anticipated all the to Mefrs he coandeon at Orleans-eferd Clay. red
with sheet copper over the iron, the whole to be do. 30000 0.000 discovered thereby, that thry weld not a- trouble and sorrow attendant on the matint- Mr. Pope introduced a bill a-thorifinga fubfcrip.
Sivetteid together, soas that the ot of the laon- dro 10000 20n000 bandon the footsteps of their ancestors, who nance of an ideot. By degrees .he seemed ion,on the part of the United States, to the flock
tern thus prepa-ed shall be perfectly tight ani 000 found in the unied sI-nwioen'is of manq, to improve, and they began to ctnimvo last-, of rbe Ohio Cinat Comnpay--PAifled to a f-nro
strong, and as durable at leest, as upon the ordi. 3 do. ETF.R -ttaY ci,, ltreiurw. .sg tr hopes ; t, he was more than two years reading.
ar-y. Ti,, ', i. ,i.,. li,: a 1, ou- en ,oA The 10 do, 10 rickets each, 25,000 tt cifizet, a rrct ur,'d bicss,,ry ter hopes ; bit, he was more ttan twoyears reading.
Sto re st a powerful Bppressor who. even old before he was supposed to possess that Te ea rst' tihO i D na.rtof t bri*
tr,.2ol.r i-oh i ,.,'i.- ,i .,,ih. .' tcorp.r. Theme 3 do. S 2,000 .6000 would not have undertaken that dflicht but dlrg ei bint11 i u tolr1 The Seaite rrtfhmed the confideration of the bill
ato .be two windtoW in the r 1 at e aich ro- 1 I oud t that din iit, gn ee ttegen iti usually fde cring the laws now in force im the territory o
tstion of the stairs .lposite sides,ande also the do. 00 10000 glorious task ifthey hsd rot beu e -supported the share of our species. After this, his Orleans to extend to and to have full force and ef-
same number of windows i the Light Hlouse op- 20 do 500 10,000 by the voice of the most respectable part of progress became more apparent; and al- fet to the river Perdido, purfoant to .the treaty
posite and to suit those of the well, each to have 25 do. 200 5,000 the nation; though all who saw him declared he was ve- concluded at Paris on the 30th April, 18053 aun
eight panes oft 10 by 12 glass in strong ira., 50 do. 100 5,000, That encouraged by this rt action, the ry ecccehtric in hIris manners and i rnose- for other purpofes.
with shumters ant pi-nper-fasienings. 100 do. f0 5,000 petitioners assure themselves that your noble ients, yet all ., .wl .,l that e was ebllp e to a
t e entrance to h the well tuiobe by a ubstantil e0 20 *ratuoetsis tll r ti tle se n his iia etio ons on the bill's paffage to a tA
brick arch, carried up through the Light House 00 d -0 0 000 and great Lordsips will honor with the shrewd and i,-l;i,.,,. No one, however, Mr. operofe, and in a speech of about an hou"
at the commencement of the well, ot sufficient 10 o same approbation, the step which they take had yet discovered in him any inclination to fapported the provisions of the bill,and the ocu-n
.ize and height to pass with convenience from ,0000 dlo. 12 120 000 to day, to recommend to your neble and the combina iolns of arithmetic, and no one patron of the territory by the Prefident of the U.
the entrance to the well. The floor of the arch- -- great Lordships, in a manner the miIst res- remembers that he ever made any inquiries States.
y to be brick, andthe ight House floor to be i 11,740 Prizes, A wo anks 350,000 petful but at the same time the most pres- bout numbers, or their use. As he always After Mr. Pope had concluded,
aed wel secured bv a sThstanti panelled archdoor 23,260 Blanks, to a Prize ) sing, the prompt and efficacious execution lived in a frotnier town of Vermont, where Mr. Pickering faid this was a fubjeaof great
with iron hinges. lock and latch complete. On 35,000 Tickets at $ 10 each, 350,000 of the aforesaid resolution of their noble and eduoatin meets with little encouragement, ion o the fir day of difcuffton. Thi, was the
the opposite side there is to be another panriet- -- grand Mightinesses of the 28th of March las, and as his father's resources were few and firft time the claim of the United States had been
led door fr an entrance iito the Light fue, Ca Prizes ct to a discount of 15er c t. with every thing which depeendi theeon ; a ,i,-,., he had received no instruction, and prifented to tha Senate in a tape to afford fope
hung'with hinges, lochand catch complete. Toe STATI,)NAftY PRIZtSs-AS TeLlows proceeding wvhichdoesnot sprir? fiom a de- was in fact iinrant sf the first rudiments of fordifcuffion. He wiflhed time for coufideration,
Light House to haov a co-ie scored with good v Firs 7,000 drawn Blanks entitled to A 12 each sron thea of th piioe t ai ain t tt o the furhe oieo o
seet copper. A complete itn lantern in the Do. dawn Ticket, ,000 si re on the part of the petiionelts, to raise readin It was, thteis fther, wirth unqcailied thefubjdedtto u
octagon form to rest on th- fienr prepared for it, Do. do. do. 5th,10th,15th and 26th days,500 themselves above the sphere of thes- duties astonis'hment, that his father overheard him Motion loft, ayes 5.
with a complete set of lamps, to be suspended by Do. each day from the Clst to the 40th inclt- and vocations, or to interfere indiscreetly, in multiplying dit rent, sums merely for his It was then movedd to pftpone it till t-morrow,
stood and sufficient iron chains so hung as that sive.(excepting the Tickets constituting Pri- the affair of government, but only from a own amusement ; and on investigating the and carried.
the lamps my b raised or lowered at pleasure, s,) 100 Tickets each. conviction, that it cannot but be agreeable to extent of his powers, found he could multi. F at, Dec. 8.
nd also a slllet number air pipe: the The said 20 P so cosist of the numbers well intentioned Regents, (such as your no- ply any two numbers tnder une hundred The Senate refunedl the confideraton of he bi
eight corner piecured to the posts of the pyanteramid, e said 10,00 to be12,00 incluive, each hundred of ble and great Lordships have sewr. your This happened abbout the beginning of last tor.iofe f oke out an hour and a half a-
stsoterdrefpeting he territoy We of the Perdido.

and to be three inches square. The lantern to or lowest number for the 21st day, and so r1'- selves by deeds to your good citizens) to. see August. Immediately on this discovery, the ar bill, and op.itin to the measure .
b sec-red by eight irn braces of two inches di- gularly ascending to the 40th. themselves applauded in their salutary efforts father sent him to a woumn's school, such taking poffieton of the disputed territory.
*restb pastrineg towughn the heatdoem mear thevh isdld,55th, 4 n8th, andappr.ylaued thalutary hit ta n so u Taingoeffuneofthe diderritory.
"te pfi thsarsoohhplptsoirmes eas ,1he andw 4t h a gnd patriotic desis, and sported against as is sally kept in our back settlements Mr. Cl y replied in a fpec of about ani hour,
ae avest rne twards the eadsoa to reach First dawn Tickets d,55th 58th I,000 the perverse Views and secretanachinations during the summer seasori. There he re- affertingthe right of the Umted States to the couon
which the braces are to be secured. The lantern t'eac .y of the illdisposed, who, however small their mainedi until the latter part of September, try in queltior, and vindicating the adt of the Ex-
Sbe te fet in diameter. It is also to be nine D. do. 0th day, 30,00 number, are always found in a nation, and was taught to read a little ; but is still ecuve rlation toe t.e
feet hg from the floor to the bottomofthe dome do. ,O That although the petitioners may beo o e a o re anhe Mr. Clay conceded, the enarte au djou
e roof, Doand to h a.hrm reosedorrrevebom.nvefrin ro. do. Sth do. 10,000 vioced that thelr noble and grand might thod of using them. The want of artificial gave notice he hfl old aft for leave to bring in a
tl ded wi she oper. r- Do 0 o. 70th do. 2Qo nesses, having taken a resolution so agreea- symbols does not, however, seem to embar- bill for the protedinon of the feanen of the United
be framed into an iron hoop over which is to be This Scheme, to those who purchase with an ble to all true patriots will not neglect to em- rass him in the least. Instead of them, he Stat *. -
4 copper furnel through which the smoke may eye to gain, offers advantages equal to any ever ploy means to'carry it to an e,.icacious con- employs thiir names, and without any other HOUSE oF R-EPRESENTATIVES.
pass it copper ventilator i the form ofa projected Amerca but the Manages know clusion among te other confederates, and assistance, performs mentally all the cor- HOUSE OF RESENTATIVE
ballsufficeto oe ta n siety gallons, aind li ta t op s if ovr frie to ihis couitnrs to procure to the good cities the real en- moo operations in the four firmentiu rules Mr. MI'Kim pretted the petition of m. Pat-
iatotsoenmens a moment of gratitude to their illustrious joyment of the commerce with United A- of arithmetic,. He can add a ilni munita of fig- trerfon and others, nierfents in Baltimore, flaming
ventilator toibe turned by a latm-e vane, so that a mohum1nt yfaratitude to their illustriou-i ftoe
the hole for venting the smoke may be always to countryman, independent of all pecuniary con merica, they cannot, nevertheless, dissem- ures four in height and three in width. He hat they had loaded two large thips with valuable
leeward. The spaces between the posts at the siderations ble, that lately some new reasons have atis- can subtract five figures and dividr four. He goods for the north of Europe,,but not being able
angles to be occupied by the sashes which are They solicit gentlemen i every section of the en, which make them conceive some fears an multiply any number under one thousand to obtain insurance on thofe faips, they had not
1 be made of iron struck ,oid, and of sufficient ni 1Pe-rouslyp to ai a Pcig the t ompt consummation of this by any number under one hundred, or a se- trpa thltem. TheyPrdy to have tm privilege
strength to as not to -work with the wind, each Takes.- Al Prizes will be paid ",uthe expira- desirable affair, bNy R. 'hislludesto h- thrgoods. Referred to the Committee of
Stobe glazed withtron glass 14 by 2incl ion ofaixty lays after the drawing is completed, ir N. his llude to e ries of three questions each whose fcrs Commerce and Manufatures.
. uf the first quality, and ne, of theashes to MANAGERS. embarrassments in the regency of Amster- do not exceed one hundred. He lIas also Attempts were made to call up federal orde ra of
behwigon hinoesforacosvenient doorby which -lames 6. Buck.gnan, Aathaniel F. Williams, dam, occasioned by the intrigues b-othe am- learnt by inquiry several of the different the day, but they aUll failed, and at 12 o'clock the
to go out on the platform, which is to be sur- Rober.t Gilmor,ojun. David Iyinchester, bitious burgomaster Rendorp. kinds of measure, and noiv reduces-nilea to Houfe adjoured.
rounded by iron allustrades three feet high, Robert miller, James Harrll, That the, probability of n off: 6f pee, rods and feet, and years to days, hours, & o .-On motion, Mr ha
.a ethrail or rod to be three quarters of an inch e Isaac 'm, Lne-vin u/lingsoorth, on the part of Great Britain to United AmerHis most remr able oPeration is that of dis- waseuNfe, Dree Sving.-on the n Mr ,atowet
d ar inserted in the braces between the eight George C hinan, Pielding Luceas,jun. ver His most remarkable operation is that of lis. wn e eafed from fervingonthe committetowhoe
S ts. The lntern to be painted with three Edward .. Cale, B. HI. Afullikin, ica, whierecf the petitioners made mention covering the several multiples of a given ws referred the petition of the Stockholder, of the
ts aHnd to be surrounded with a netting of iron Lemul Taylor, James Catloun,jw. in their former request, having at present number.; aii d this ln e does with such aston- Bank of the U. S. and Mr Vandyke f Delaware wast
ie, to prserveit fnrom the flight of birds.- Washtngton Hall, A'ticholas G. Ridgely, become a full certainly by the tvelution ar- fishing rapidity, that the hearer cannot note appointed in his room.
s wire' to preserve it frem theoflight of ird..to"ris "i,
he buildingto be furnished with two competeJohn ick, Dr. James ocke, rived since, in the British ministry ; they the down so fst as he utters them :-Ex. Mr Bacon itrodcd arefolut to in the
thuabuildng stofurnish wtobJo/ae Prcko 1)r Jmdssicemtiisry thiey committee of ways aed means to enquirer into the ex-
electrcal onducor or rods with points: also, rdg Willa, have not larned, without uneasiness, t at gr.whn askd hat numbers uhipie peiten of repealing mean to upenquirge into the ox-
thclose stov is to be furnished and placed in the wilim Gwy John Com keg. te d gr. en onvi ctot numbethat i nultiphtaeea pediency of repouling or du pending the statute of
lantern. mWin, nlminder, y tempt mada at the same, time by the new together will produce 1224, 4he replied in. limitations as refpetss the following mentioned
An OIL-VAULT is to e built s of brick, wen ICKETS to beh ministers the court of London, to involve stantly, 2-612, 4--306, 8-153, 3-408, claims, viz-Ioan Officers, Certificates, Indents for-
An OIL-by twelve i the lear, arheduilt or, plais tw ent LOTTETY OFFICES-f to be had at the d er states in a negofitti0n-for a operate 6-204, 12-102, 24- 51, -136, 18- 68, Interet, Finn Settlement, Commilioers Certifi.
t, t _ee ves, nthe clear, am' ed over, plats, ent LOTTERl Or-ln ,as-of tha e Mach tofrthe,.rlrJ ..... ..a..spal t 6eir try Fin al ei hemendto l lo fEClie -


S ia within, and covered with a cement of of Mr. ELI SIIKIA8, Secretary peace: the immediate conseoenceofwhich 63-34 and 17-72 In this, and similar caes e Army certificates, Credits given in lie u of
and sand, and over it a roof covered with il* Letters (postage paid) inclosing the would be,(as the petitioners fear) a cessation operations, he probably discovers the two Army Certificates, Credits for the pay of the Arn-
-., es. The vault to be furnished with nine cash, for Tickets, will be dt4 tt'lnded to. of all connections with the American repub- first factors by division, and afterwards mul fns, oere to lie on the tab edInvalidPen
strWg sedar isterns, with covers, capable of Baltimore, 1810. lie, whilst that in the man tim our ub- tipe s and diies these factors to proemulfions, orA ered S lie on them thable. P dt of
lic, Whist tat In tile Man time, our-repub* tiplies and divides these factors to prokure A meffage was revived from th Prfidth of die









S. co-nt'unicatin g report of the Secretary of
,'.. our[u.iiut to Mr Swoope's refolutiuns of the
"ifl int.
Ani-tter report fupplemental to the above, was
"fo-or received upbn the fame fubjea The re-
-iT curains a correfplondence between Mr Smith,
Secretary of State, and M. Turreau the French Min-
ifier here, in which the former requests of the latter,
'information relative to the cafes in which certificates
of origin are granted to Americans by the French
Confuls and his anifwcr thereto, and affo refpeding
'the prohibitions and duties impofed on American
*nportations into French ports. Mr Smith com-
-plains of the emrbarrafsments thrown in the way of
American commerce by the French 'tariff of duties
,impofed on American products, and other oppref-
five regulations-that the fincerky of French pro-
feffions of theii wifh to encourIge American com-
merce is queflionrable. That the revocation of the
Serlin and Milan Decrees, will be of no availto us-
that the inducement to call upon G. Britain, to re-
voke their orders in council, &c. (which are reader-
ed merely theoretical, by the practice of the French
"themfelves) is very finally.
S hete were alfb contained in the repdrt of the
tecretary of Sta e, feveral letters frorti M Arm-
firong, dated at Wafhirigton, enclefing the French
tariff of duties on.American produc$s-3000 copies
of this meffage and documents are ordered to ba
printed-That part which regards the tariff of du-
ties, was'referred to the Committee of Commerce
and Manufadcures, and the remainder to the Com-
,aittee on Foreign Relations.
A refolutionwas paffed, introduced by Mr. New-
.ton, to inftrud the committee of Commerce and
Manufaitures,to enquire into the expediency of con-
iaing the benefit of drawbacks to mercnandize im-
'ported and exported in veffels belonging to cititlns
'vf tle United States.
Wednesday, Jan. 2.
A resolution introduced'by Mr Stanley, was
adopted--that the committee of Commerce and
manufactures, be instructed to enquirer into the
'expediency of providing by law for the remiss-
ion of penalties involuntarily incurred in infract-
ions of the non-intercourse law.
Mr. Root offered a resolution which was adopt-
ed, directing the Secretary of the Treasury to
lay before this house that whole expence of the
mnints to the United States since its first estab-
lishment, &c. &c.
The bill respecting foreign coins, was read a
-third time and passed. The Ayos and Noes be-
.inag taken,'there were 82 ayes and 20 noes,
The house resolved itself into a committee of
the whole, on the bill respecting the admission
'of the Territory of Orleans as a state into the
-U.,io ; Mr Bassett i lthep chair,. After some
.t.ie *penl- a aW considerable debate, the
chairman repotted progress, and, asked liberty
'tor the coffimittee to sit again. This was object-
ed to by Mr.' Bigelow, atd before the question
'as 'taken, the house adjouraed, at about 4
-o'clock, until to-morrow torninm at 11 o'clock.
S" Comd Adv.

IN SEN TE-MAonday, Dec 31.

WEST FLORIDA.
The Senate resumed the consideration of the
bill extending the laws now in force in Orleans
Territory to tie Perdido, Vrc.
Mr Pickering commenced a speech in which
he proceeded about- an hour- when he read as
an evidence in support of his argument against
the title of the United States to Louisiana or
Florida between the Mississippi and Perdido, a
letter from Charles Maurice Talleyrand, the
French minister for foreign affairs, dated 21st
December, $04, to Gen. Armstrong, our minis-
ter at Paris, on the subject of certain overtures
,shich had been made by our ministers In Spain
for the aid of France in procuring ap cessionn to
ofk United So t *r d twaseo bttor i-o.das. eThe
I n norta 'alleyi-and's letter appeared to be a
Uenial that the United States had acquired by
thre treaty ot 103, any title to Louisiana east of
the Mississippi, or some statement to that .effect.
When Mr. Pickering had concluded the read-
ing of this letter-
Mr Smith (Md) said he wished to enqiire
whether the paper, which the geintlemnan nad
ast read, had ever betn publicly' continuniciated
"o the senate ,
Mr Pickering said it had been communicated
not indeed as a-public paper--bt for what sr-a-
ton had it been communicated conri'lerutially ?
Because, by a publication of it at the time, injtu-
ry might have been tdone to our ministers ort otur
affairs abroad. 'Tlere was haw 1ier, now no
reason why the whole truth should not be known.
They were about taking aP. step which was one
of peace or war, and it was ierportaint tl-itt eve-
ry thing in reltuon to the subject should be din-
closed.
Mr Smith(M) said,that.wheneveerpers were
coinhmunicated to the senate eonrif.teiiially, be-
fore thtey could be read publicly in this body or
any other, it wa.s ecuissaty thact thi permission
of the senate should be obtaiscd; which no doubt
if asked, in this case, would have been granted.
But if this proceeding were permitted to pass
unnoticed, any) individual might have tie power
to do the greatest iroury to the nation, as his hu-
mor might move him. Hlie apprehended tihe
proceeding v/as wroog ; but geutlemen older in
the senate-than he was, could perhaps better
decide. -
Oia the suggestion of a member, the galleries
weTe cleared. The senate Sat with closed doorn
for an-hour. When we were again admitted.
- Ma-,Ckey suhsstted thefalawing resehitian,
Re-oeted, That the public'perusal in 'the sen-
ate of certain papers with open galleries by the
gentleman from Massachusetts, (Mr. Pickering)
inhis seat without a special order of thie senate
removing the injuncinfl" of secrecy, which pa-
pers had been confidentially communicated to tie
senate by ,the president of the United States, was
a palpable violation of the rules of this body.
This resolution passed the Senate, Yeas 21,
Nays 7.


(.A "I
Trat:!uat!,i qf a .ccrce qf lb (9.) July. 1810.
Thhiity ci forty Ameiican ve4-,els may impmrt
into France (uiindl(r licence) cottOn, tfish,oil,(dye-
wnnxd, salt fi C, cid t ih, hide', and peitry. They
mav export t wine, br'u'tny, silks, liners, cloths,
jwe.ivct household i(urniture and oher in nu-i
factud iil at icitk-,. Thicy can only depart from
Clha iestcn and New-York, under the oltgation
of bringing with them a Gazeite .of the lssy of
their departure, (American Gazete moreover
a certificate of the origin of the nierchandize,
given by the French Consul, containing a sen-
tenco in Cypher : the French mel'.ihants who
shall cause these vessels to code must prove
that they are concerned in the fabrics of Paris,
Rouen and other towns.
w .
(B)
GENERAL TURRKAU T6 MR. SMITH.
Washington, 27th .A/ov. 1810.
(TRANSLATION) '
SIft-Since our last conversation relative to
the certificates of origin given by the Consuls of
fH. M. itn the United States, I have collected
and read over the different orders of my Court
on that subject, and asked of the Consul Gener-
al cf France those which he might have receiv-
ed directly on this part of the service, so essen-
tial for the security of your exportations.
It results from the instructions which I hacte
received directly, and from those that have
been sent to the Consul General, that the Con-
suls of H. M. in the U. States do no: deliver
notr must not hereafter deliver, tnder any pre-
text, any certificate of origin to American ves-
sels destined for any port other than those of
France: that they deliver them and will deliv-
er them hereafter to all American vessels-des-
tined for the ports of France, loaded only with
the produce of the U. States : that all the cer-
tificates anterior to the last instructions attribu-
ted to the Consuls of H. M. and which it is pre-
tended were given for colonial produce, that ev-
idently came from England, have been challeng-
ed as false (argues de faux) in as much as the
English publicly fabricate papers of this sort at
London.
This, sir, is all that is possible for me tt say
to you at present respecting certificates of ori-
giu.
I'cannot doubt but that the government of the
United States will see in these regulations of my
curt an intention, distinctly pronounced, of fa-
voring the commercial relations betweenFrance.
and the United States in all the objects of traf-
fic which shall evidently proceed from teir a~g-
' riculture or manufactures.
You will readily perceive, sir, that in giving
this latitude to the mutdljl ..advantageous re-
lations of the two friendly people, the Emperor
cannot depart from the system 'of exclusion a-
gainst English commerce without losing the ad-
vantages which H. M. and the allied powers
must necessarily expect from it.
I have the honor to be, With high considera-
tion. &o. (Signed) TURREAU.
ion. Robert Smith, Secretary oa State.

THE SECRETARY OF STATE TO GENERAL
TURREAU.
Deliartment of State, Nov 28th, 1810.
StR-I have had the honor of receiving your
letter of yesterday, stating that the French Con-
suls in the United States are ht this time author-
ized to deliver certificates of origin only to such
American vessels as are bound to some port of
France, and as are laden with the produce of
the United States.
It will afford satisfantlon to our merchants to
know, anid, therefore, I have to request you to
inform me, whether, in American vessels, hav-
aig such certificates of origin., they can export
to France -very kind of produce of the United
States, and, especially; cotton and tobacco.
In addition to the intelligence, cofmtqnicated
in vour letter in relation to the certificates of or-
igin, I have the honor of asking from you infe':-,
ination'upon the following questions.
1st. Have not the French Consuls been in the
practice, under the authority of the French gov-
ernment, of delivering in the ports of the United
bSates, certificates of on1agin for American ves-
sels bound to the ports of France, and of her al-
lies, and laden with either colonial produce or
the produce ef the Unirted States.
2d.,Hlave the French Cohisauls in the United
States lately received from the Frenc g overr.n-
mentn ihstructio's not to deliver such -.'ificates
of origin for American ve.sse s; and at, what
time did they receive such instructions ?
3d. At wlhat titne did thie Frenchl Consuls
cease to issue certificates ot origin tor Amierican
vessels, in pursuance ef instructions from their
government, in cases of deatinatip n to ports of
the allies of France ?
These facts being connected with questions,
interesting to our merchants in foreign tribunals,
your goodilness wil pardon the resort to your aid
in ascertaining them.
I hau'e tire honor to be, &c.
(Sigaed) R. SMITH.

( T',anstation.)
GENERAL TURREAU TO MIR. SMITH.
Was,'i1gtrn, Dec. 12th, 1810.
SIR--If I have not replied sooner to the letter
which you did me the honor to write to mc on
the 28th ot last month it is because I live
souui-hat information from -tie consul- general of
hi majesty, whether he had not received direct-
ly instructions more recent thann h,,e i.hi e', I
had transmitted to him, and'also to enable me
to give a positive answer to the questions con-
tainud in the letter referred to above.
I reply, sir, to the first of yourquestions, that
M. M. the Consuls of his majesty to the United
States have always delivered certificates oforig-
in to American vessels for the pni ts of France :
they did it in execution of a decree ot his maj-
estv of the first of Me..sidor, of the year eleven.
M. M the French Consuls have also deliver-
ed them to vessels destined for neutral or allied


ports, whenever they have been required of
them. This measure was sanctioned and au-
DOCUMENTS, thorised by a circular despatch of his excellence
Laid before the H. of Reptresentatives, Dec. 3;. the minister of foreign relations, unJer date of
-- the 20th April, 1808. This despatch prescribes
To the House of Re/resentativ-es of the United the formalities to be gone through for the cer-
States. tificates delivered in such cases.
I lay before the House a Report from the Sec- I proceed now, sir, to reply to the second of
retary of State complying with their resolution your questions.
of the 21st inst. JAMES MADISON. By itadespatchofhis excellency the Duke ofCa-
December 28th, 1810. dore, of the 30th of August last, received by the
Hornet," the 13th of last month, and of which
.EPARTENT 1' SAT information was given the same day to the Con-
3EPARTM-ENT o0' STAT, suls and Vice-Consuls of his majesty, they are
December 28, 1810. expressly prohibited from delivering certificates
SIR-In pursuance of the resolution of the of origin for merchandize of any kind, or under
House of Representatives of the 21st of this any pretext whatever, if the vessels are not des.
month, I have the honor of laving before you, tined for France.
olbt. A ep marke A') of a Deeee of the This reply to your second qntestion, sir, fur-
Emnperor ot France transmitted to this Depait- nishes you with a solution of tie third. The
. ent by General Armstrong ; Consuls and Vice-Consuls of his majesty will
2d. Acopy (-marked B) of a correspondence have ceased to deliver certificates of origin to
with General Turreau; -. vessels for any other place than France, im-
3d. A copy (marked C) of a communication mediately on the receipt of this circular, which
just received, from General Armstrong in rela- will reach them a few days sooner or later, ac-
tion to the duties lately Imposed by the Empe- cording to the greater or less distance of the
ror ef France.' places of their residence.
With the highest respect-and consideration, I Concerning cotton and tobacco: their impor-
have the honor to remain, sir, your most obedi- station into France is at this moment specially
cat servant, R. SMITH. prohibited; but I have reason to believe, (and I
7he President of the United Staeos, pray you, meanwhile, to observe, sir, that they


'Ido net rest upaG any facts) that sc'.e iCn4.0
. yins? wit fc piven to this absolute excltM.
1Tieie TV tl:i. i will not depend upon the
chan~v t'hg; but. will be the Irsult of other"
men~aues, fit ;ind pursued with pcrseverarco,
which the tW' governmei'ts will continue to a-
,I.-.pt, to with'rav; from the monopoly a,.d from'
tl;e vexationu oft (he common enemy a corn-
.mnerce, loyal (loyal) and necessary to France
Sas well as tothe United States.
Accept, s., the renewed assurance of my high
consideration,
signed) TURREAU.
.. 'naindfr in..ctr next.)

==T2S TON:
WE'NE ft'lY, JANUARY 9, l811.

*\ V,(ESFT,'LORIDA;
The British cabinet not.choosing to avow their
real design of~comingj if they could, the maa-
ters of Spaio, have attempted to mask that de-
sign uA0Jt' pretence of espousing the cause
of freedo.ui ,,a~ igotted, priest and king rid-
den doanttry. T'lrptrysuance with this design, and
in contforniiy tb this'pretexte, the name of FhR-
DtAr VII, a it there noitinal sovereign, was to
produce the same union and effect the. same
wonders on the credulous and deluded Spaniards
'in politics, which the image of the virgin Mary
has done inf religion. The absurd mockery of
this ridiculous farce has succeeded-as well as
m'aight have been expected in.that nation the test
of whose love pf freedom and knowledge of its
principles is the ihquisition-one fifth of whose
population is composed of priests and nuns, and
one,half of whose priests are the niost ignorant
and abjedt lataroni that disgrace any portion
of thecivili;ed world. The true secret of the
delusion isi that the King of England was to be
worshipped through the image ot Ferdinand VII.
If any thing further was necessary to confirm
this, we should find enough in the clamor which
-the devotees of England are raising in this coun-
try with, respect to West Florida. If the peo-
ple of this late province of Spain declare inde-
pendence they are accused of disloyalty to Fer-
dinand VII, Ai other words to the King of Eng-
land. If the.government of the U. S. take pos-
session of that part of this province which they
claim by right of cession, the "advocates of the
British cause inAmerica," immediately advance
claim n behalf of their sovereign, the King of
England.. ,.,
It the Wist Floridians express common wish
taMSi& v of the United States, we are
-loldtlhatM're ate deep intrigufes carried on by
our 6overnmeto; and our rulers are all but di-
rectly charged of high treason against the king
'of England. It is natutalfor the enemies o'A-
mericaun independence to wish to see the wings
of its eagle embarrassed on one side by Canada
and the other by the Floridas. In nu case
ought Great Britain to hold both those stations.
Though it evidently has been her object so to
do, we Lre now satisfied that her views will be
thwarted. "'The following extract from the
speech of Gov. SKIPN#IT1, (who stands charg-
ed by the British advocates, of the high crime
of being a relation of Mr. JEFrtasoN's) ap-
pears to give the seuse of at least a large and
enlightened portion Lf the inhabitants of West
Florida. Sofar as it states facts, they are un-
deniable.- It principles are drawn from the es-
tablished hiax'ims of national law. The essence
of its offence, to the printers and other liege sub-
jects of his majesty George 3d, or his successor,
we know .not whicl it this day is, that Gov. S'.
suggests either an alliance or incorporation of
W. Florida with the U. S. aid expresses a de-
cided attachment to those ,principles which
madri, ae .a. -esitiatie- its au indepeuident
nation.
EXTRACT.
"Havoisi.been abrndohne. tby a sovereign,
whose abLeie "and principles of colonization
grew t# inithe pst ags of bigotry and persecu-
-tion ; itt' rights' 'of sIelf.government will not be
coptentyd' wherever the language and doctrine
of enlightened civilians and writers on the laws
of nations can be heard; nor can the glorious
conflict in which we are e now engaged, with the
remnant of dismembered and lawless forces
Avhich stil occupy ihrhstie array, a part of our
* country,and' preteing t represent tile shadow
of departed monarchy prove unsuccessful. Our
brave volunteers, conducting themselves with
temperanceand fortitude, like the patriotic chitf
who is to lead them, will teach thle enemy that
Americ-ns understanding the principles oflib-
erty.and a free government, and ever ready to
sacrifice their lives in its defence ; for our cause
is too glorious; to be disgraced by fear or by
submission.
When Charles the 4th, late sovereign of
Spain, abdicated his throne, and was followed
by the heirapparent, stiled Ferdinand the 7th,
to prefer an asylum in a foreign country, to de-'
fending the sovereign independence of his crown
and subject ; the people of the Fioridas, in com-
mon with the rest of the Spanish colonies, had
they consisted of but one family were restored
to the original rights and natural charter of man ;
that of providing for their 6wn preservation and
governmenJ.
We are then entitled to independence, and
wherever tli voice 6f justice and humanity can
be heard, o0ir declaration, and our just rights
will be respected. But the blood which flows
in our veins, lile the tributary streams which
form and sustain the father of rivmrs.encirtling'-
-oic'.delightfnl country, will return if not impe-
ded, to the heart of our parent country. The
genius of "Waslhing.a, the immortal, founder of
the liberties of America, stimulates that return,
and wonldf'rown upon our cause should we at
tempt to change its course. ,
"Thrte is a'trait, gentlemen, in the charac-


not go'd; it was not the address or in-
.trig.ies of foreign emissaries; it was not,
even an aspect of complaisance, or a promise of
protection from tle country which most of us
consider as our parent state, which led us to
embark in so p7ilout an enterprise ;btt it was
the resolution and patriotism of tre members in-
dividually of our late convention, adhering stead-
ily to their purpose of introducing a necessary
reform, seconded by the virtuous military chief
and brave citizens who surrounded them, that
gave success. to our arms, and a reputation to
our country, which overwhelms our enemies
with despair, and commands the respect of all
who are friends tO virtuous liberty,"

Extract a/ a, better from Washington, san. 2.
'"'"You will (bsere(e.i.lawnwslttee have re-
ported ir favor of the eieniwal of the Charter of
the U. S. Baisle, by at majority of one, but ybu
know it has' yet to. pass the ordeal of con-
gress, and I cannot think it will be renewed. It
it is I fear it Will be a dreadful curse to the na-
tion.
The senate has passed the resolution offered
by Mr Clay of Kentucky, relative to Mr Pick-
ering, 21 to 7. Notwithstanding the liardihoid
and obstinacy .f this man, this expression of the
disapprobation cf the senate has tented him
to the quick. Though the subject at this time
is of minor importance, yet cases may occur
when the dearest interests of the country may


bc 1er.pl dJize. 1 (et slern- i,,j ;.nctians of the
sen ite are to be violatedd with impunity. In-
deed I think Mr P. would receive no more than
his desert if he were expelled from the senate."
Extract of a letter to the Editor of t: ,/V T2. Conn.
Advcr tiser, dated TVashington City, an 2.
The Bank Committee met again this morn-
ing, and a vote passed to report a bill for the re-
newal ofthe charter-9 iin favor, and 8 against it.
Notwithstanding this, I apprehend the prospect
is rather gloomy. A sub-committee of three,
consisting of the Chairman, Mr Burwell of Vir-
ginia, Dr. Mitchill, and Mr Vandyke, were ap-
pointed to draft a bill in detail, to be laid before
the Committee at la ge.. There is such a varie-
ty of plans, that there is not much probability
that any provisions which mray be reported by
the sub-committee,.will be approved by a ma-
jority of the Committee of the hou''e.-After all
we cannot say,. what will be the result. I think
it i-most prtdent for your ciizens,so to make their
arrangements, as if they believed the Charter
\vill not be renewed this, perhaps, will he the
safest course-still itahLiends may be yet agree-
aibly disappointedd"

T1ie Hort. LEVI LINCOLN has been nomi-
,ated to the'Senate, to fi'l the vacancy in the Su-
preme ('Curt of the United States, occasioned by
the demise of Judge CUSHINo,
Gov. TtLocr of Virginia is also nominated as
District Judge. -
Mr. ERVIN Special Minister to the Conrt
of Denmark, is tb sail from New-York, in a na-
tional vessel. --
The following Advertisement is fromrs the NewYobrk
Mercantile Advertiser.
NOTICE TO MERCHAiITS..
The Merchanti are informed that all affidavits
respecting the origin ofgonds shippedfir France,
must be made by the Chancellor of the French
Consulate, and that no other will be admitted in
future. The JFre.ch Consul. L. ARCAMBAL.

ELECTIr ONS.- ohn 'Taylor,U S. Senator from
South Carolina, vice Thomas Sumpter, resigned.
Thomas Worthington, U. S. Senator from Ohio,
vice Return J, Meigs, jr chosen Governor.

CENSUS OF 1810.
BALTI 0RaE, the capital of Maryland, con-
tains 46,4i inhabitants, including 4255 slaves-
In 1800 the whole number r was but about 26,000 i
An increase surpassing the largest calculation.
-The pIpulation bf Ricamoan, Virginia, num-
bers 9751. slaves included.

State of Ohio.-Acconnts from different parts
of this state afford us a source of much gratifica-
tion to see the rapid rise of population, when,
re'Vertfing, back to the year 1800, the whole pop-
ulation North West of the river Ohio, did not
exceed 45,000-From what we are now able to
collect, from various sources, the present years'
census will not amount to less than 180,000.
Should this statement be correct, which we hope
it will be found so, then we shall be entitled to at
least SIX Representatives in Congress whereas
we now have but ONE; [Ohio Suptfirter.
.Fromn the Savanah Ledger, of Dec. 18.'
We learn by a gentleman, who arrived from
Milledgeville, this morning, that the legislature
adjourned on Friday last. The act for incorpo-
rating thie Planter's Bank, has passed t he legis-
lature. The capital to be one million of dollars,
divided into hares of one hundred dollars each,
and one thousand shares to be reserved for the
state until thie first of Jan. 1812. If the state
subscribes. to be .-tensd 4o t.V,-Atoes.- Tids
is somewhat movie liberal than the former char.
ter granted, and we hope the bank will now go
into operation., --TI
Vewfl/zort Mail.-The public are informed,
that a mail direct for that place,throug h Tauntsn,
is made tip at the Post-Office in this town, every
evening at 5 o'clock.

The City Guard commenced this morning
patrolling the streets, for the purpose of de-
stroyirng DOGS found loose in the City, at this
alarming period of canine madness. We under-
stand that they kiled no less than eighty ,; tho'
the City Marshlal had previously given public
notice of the law, to the citizens, and charging
them to keep their Dogs confined.
[Charleston (8. C.) Tinzes, eJ Dec 20.

We learn, that a Negro Boy, bit some days
ago by a mad dog, died ,this morning i a most
shocking manner of Hydrophobia. ibid.
THEATRE.-A correspondent severely
complains of the managers of the Theatre for
not having the stage better liifhted, that Mr.
CooKE may be seen as well a. heard' He also
censures with great acrimonw, "the management
of the managers uindisposing of the tickets on
the night previous to Mr C's first appearance."
SHAKEHPEARE'S MFerchantsh of Venice is to
be performed thf s evening, and fame says that
Mr CoOKE shades Shylock to a degree of most
diabolical sublimity.

COMMUNICATIONS.

THE VOLUNTEER-No. 45,

THE RtGHIkF OF SEARC.
'. Without eanraoltgis neutral ships at sea; the
commerce of contraband goods cannot be pre-
vented. There is then a right of search. Some
powerful nations have indeed, at differenttimes,
refused to submit to this search. After the
peace of Vervins, queen Elizabeth continuing
the war with Spain, desired the king of France
to allc;v that all French ships on their oyag'e
to Spain may be searched, in order to discover
whether they .did not secretly carry military
stores : but.this was refused as an injury to
trade and a favorable occasion to pillage.' At
present a neutral ship refusing to e searched
would from that proceeding alone be condemned
asflawfirl prize." (Vattel p. 3, Gh. 7, Sec 11,4 )
Thins short passage is I think all Vattel has
given us on the important subject of the right
o/search. Few writers could have condensed
so great a confusion of ideas within so narrow a
compass. He takes for granted premises which
lead to his favorite couclusion, and saves him-
self the labor of ratiscination and his readers
the benefit cf conviction.
So far as he attempts to reason, Ie would
certainly ha proved as much by seating the
converse and saying-The right ef search is in-
admissible- T'hetcommntre of contraband good.
cannot then be sirevented. In other words, (he
assumption of belligerents to exercise a juris-
diction over neutrals on the high seas, by their
bans, decrees or order. of council, must fall to
the ground, as a barbaroui usage, without a
colour of reason or justice for its support. He
is at least as unfortunate in his quotation from
Grotius, Queen Elizabeth, as well as other
sovereigns of England, was in the habit of de-
manding and enforcing her rights. The mode
of her application as well as the sequel, shows
that she was cuing for a iveor at the court of
France and was conscious of it. Henry Fourth,
as just a prince, and thorough civilian as ever
filled a throne in Europe, was the kiK to whom
Ehzabeth communicated her desire, The "prw-


..rfiAi ira'ic'ic he g vernerd not cnly "refit. .' s
suiomr'it to tli!s sf.earch"-but Engiand, an ..,w
erful, did su mit to this re/fial as a matter *,t
cour-se. lH.ad Vattel pursued his stbjec helie
would hlive found something more concluehmve
against his chimerical right of search in t',e
reign of Elizabeth. Camden relates--hat ia
57.i, when a war was prosecuted betv,'et ai- -
land and Spain, Elizabeth sent two envoys to
the Dutch to inform tlihat the E nnglisb/' govern-
me;nt wrruld not submit to have' their vessels
bound to Spain, seized and detained by the
Dutch.
Azuni in his treatise on maritime law, is much
mere elaborate and has more glaring absurdities
on this subject than Vattel. From the common
right to the high seas, admitted by all, and the
nature o'f sovereignty, acting by legal possibility
only within its possessory limits of its jurisdic-
tion and binding only upon its own subjects, he
first demonstrates the futility and injustice of the
pretended right of search-the. admits : that
neutrals are bound to obey the summons and
submit to the search which belligerei s havekh
perfectright tomake, founded.upon the nation-
alJfriniplie of defence and the rig/.s] of Jwar.
He also adds--" It they' resist or oppose thi
search they render their vessel liable to condem-
nation and to be declared good prize, agreeably
to the maritime laws of most nations."
The cause of this manifest abiumdity, not only
ih the celebrated authors I have quoted, but most
writers who have ventured on the subject, ij but
too manifest. All sound reasoning and every
principle of law and justice disclaun the right
ofsearch ; while usage has given it a partial
sanction.
Blit the theory and practice of national rights,
is ene thing-the history of their abuses, anoth-
er. The former is simple and unerring ; the
latter ,ultifarious, deriving its principle merit
from the variety and quantity of its precedents
While national rights are our theme, we wili
neither degrade our subject nor our native lan-
guage, by giving that sanction to manifest abuses
which confounds all distinction between right
and wrong.
Let us not mistake the history of folly and of
times for their justification. The world never
needed to be,told-that unarmed travellers must
obey and submit to the surrender of their purses
when summoned by a freebooter, whether foot-
pad, king or emperdr i and that, i/they resist,
-not only their putses become good firize, but
their brains liable to be blown out, agreeably to
the lawt. o/ most robbers.
The question is--On ,a' t authority or pre-
tence does the intruder molest our Iersons or
piroferty, as viecPass the common highway ?
Usage, necessity "the natural firineiple of
de/ence and the rights / -war" cluster together
'on the pages of the civilian and the records of
the prize courts in Europe, and furnish. tire con-
fused substitute fora rational answer-vhiule
both the judge and the professed writer ont ab-
lie laws yielding to the caprice of c ibinets or tihe
current of the times in which they lived, haves,
given the sanction of their decisions and dictums
to every imaginary abuse,.under the absurd pre-.
tence of a right of search. .
[To be continued]

SHORT READINGS.

BANK OF THE UA'ITED STATES.
A writer in a late Centinel, speaking of the
observations and remarks of some of our A-
merican newspapers" on the subject ot this
bank, says-
There lre at reason to appelehend thiatthi
irue and cry from improper and interested mo-
tives by a set df men who dislike any fixed order
of things" s."'c.
This is reckoning. v without the host with a
witness. What is the mixedd rder order fthigs
in the case before us ?-Certainly that the char-
ter of the U. S. Bank should expire on the 4th of
March next; At that period thie life lease o ,
this institution will have terminated by its natu-
ral death. If it were not in its principles incom-
patible with the correct theory of banking, and
in its operation, a nursery to a monied aristoc-
racy, abhorrent to the genius of our constitu-
tion, I might possibly be among those who la-
mert its approaching dissolution. As it i!5, I re-
juice that f he day is so near at hand which inr
the natural course of things puts a period to its
existence.
I ready admit that by the f:dily or misfortune
of these immediately dependent on this bank,
considerable inconvenience may be experienced.
unless some anccoamodati". i is shown by its
stockholders or some temporary provision made
by government.
'tHE MOST SIMPLE &ADEQTJATE REMtEDY,'
Appears to exit inherently in thu evil com-
plained of, and to he completely within the pow-
er and means of the parties concerned.
Let the stockholders gise t, their debtors such.
time for payment by installment or otherwise,
as their exigencies may require. And let the
respective branches of the bank choose their
committees and vest them with full powers to
renew their notes on sufcient security and re-
ceive the installments as uaid.
Under such an arrargeinent the stockholders
will have an opport,,nty, to exercise to any de-
gree, all that compassi.n vhich asa soul -less
body orpo: ote they hypci itical;ly ptotfss to
feel, and whidi ans individuals they probably
would.feel or tor hei debto i to and they-'"teuld
have credit for thcirlibera'lity in proportionu as
they exercised it. The debtors would virtually
be in the hands o the same men they now arc,
with this exception min their favor, that as other
applic.ints for bank accommodations must ap-
ply to other institutions they would be indulged
with a more liberal time of payment.

LITERARY NOTICE.
Few authors have so justly rcquiired a repu-
tation tor elegance of stele, or been read with so
much satisfaction and pofit, as JEREMY BEL-
KN AP, D. D. His Ilis'.rry o/ New Ham/ehire
is justly esteemed by the literati of Europe, as
Well as this country, one of the most elegant and
ingenious works, of the kind, that has ever -eesi
published in Ame-rica. It combines a purity of
language and a pleasantness of narration, with
a scrupulons regard to truth, which fall to the'
lot ot few historians, and which cannot fail to
reader its perusal a delightful employment.
We notice with pleasure proposals for re-
printing this valuable work. That p!e:ssure is
derived from the consideration of the usefulness
of the work, as well as from the favorable op-
portunity, which is ncftered 'to thie public, of re-
tieving the distresses of one of their fellow-citi-
zens, and, at the same time, of benefiting'
themselves as well as their children. Mr.
Bragg, who proposes to publish this work, has
lost a great part, if not all, of his property Ly
the late destructive fire in Dover, '. H. I is
sincerely hoped, that the munificence and phi-
lanthrcphy of the public will enable him to pro-
secu;e with success the undertaking. Much
depends upon the generosity of the inhabitants
of this town to enable him to do this; and here.
where thename of the worthyBaLutNAp is heldiin
fresh and endearing remembrance by his tovwr-
men, no one, it is presumed, will let pass t!"
opportunity of furnishing hIimsacf with a wr,'" -..
which does the memory of the author cf.
much honor, and which has tKdod so ra,.p','








tetdvace the literary rermntieo of cur country. i-stice of the Pc ace in 1748 nd of the q4tam
'The revitin of the wort 'by the auitihdY, a in 1794.
short time belore his'deah,will re-der the chC-': In fingham, on Tutesd'.- evening, Mi-r's Mar-
*emplated edition higbly vulamble. The luo'r th, wife of Mr John ieal, jun aged Z7
lime, in the ihads ef so accrmplhhcd an ait.t At Lancaster, Dec 22, IN....tron Phelps A-
as was tht Doctor, must have prAihce d favor' ged 57 years.
able effects. .. Am us LYJtERAlt'M. At S rr, ntSam,,,et fnram vn Jr a'ni ti2


FROM IPORTUGAL.
Translatedfor t he Chrniclefrom a Liabon p a-
ier. of-ov. 12, 1810,
Extract o an (flicial communication of his
Excellency.the General in Chief, Lord Wel-
hington, addressed to his Excellency Signor P.
Miguel Percira Forjaz, dated Pero Negro, the
10ta inst. ,
f illiustriou and excellent Sir,
SNotlnig material has occurred since tras-
mhnted to your Excellency my late despatch, un-
der date of the &Sd inst. The bnemy made, on
the 5th of the present month, a reconnoiterin
movement upon Abrantes, and under cover ot
-his.operation,.they sent a small corpsof caval-
ry .' n:1 tiuantry pr.sai the pIrv~.ince o lower B1-
ot toward. te lbordersnt ViUla Velha, evidert-
j w,,th tel int.6en.in of taking p.awosioa of the
bridge, whidi existed in thaf pLice over the T-
gCs; hIdwever jhey found it destroyed, and thyse
detachments on this account returned to Sobre-
na Fprmnofa 3.
T'he greatest number of vessels that the ene-
,y courd collect, taking them from the different
.ieighbotring places, are employed on the tidilge
that they have builton the river Lezere,* which
is pretty bad.; and will be, at least'! hope so,
soon destroyed. .
By my last communication from Badajok, da-
ted the 4th inst.1-find that the corps under the
comniiand of Mortier remains yet a Seville, and
that the troops composing the same are rather
skikiy.
V Tida bridge was destroyed.
LIsB, Nov. 12.
The 7th iast. the order of the Bath was con-
ferred 'with great solemnity on:Sir W. C. Beres-
lord, by Lord Wellington, at Mafra, where
were present a great number of noblemen, bffi-
cers andmagistrates.
extractt o a lettdrfrom an Amertican gentle-
arnn in .LIb&n, dated 2tonember 14.
"The armies are n6w ,wiFhin six or seven.
tuguese consisting oftupwards of 100,000 men,
-etreated at end time a few weeks since, up-
wards of 100 miles, leaving most of their artil-
lery behind ;-but they cut and destroyed every
thing before t4em, taking the inhabitants with
them, so that all that remahis of Portugal in pos-
session ofl theEnglish and Portuguese is a small
trian'gula piece of abont thirty miles each way.
The En lish an Portuguese armies reach from
the banksof the T~EgOs across to,the Western
.Ocean, whei'e they-have a strong encampment,
the Frenchfrouting them the whole way, hav-
j lately got their ,heavy artillery in front,
-w1ich they hAd riot time to get up so fast as the
Britifsh retreated. On shore there is very little
said .f the armies, which I think is not very fa-
vorable to the, British, who,if it appeared favor-
able t h th*m, would inot'be backward in making
it ptiblic. They are almost daily skirmishing
we can hear the guns almost every day. 'The
Engli:h nae in *hi4 port upwkards of 500 sail of
transipors, betdcj a great number of ships of
%a r under Adina A. 3erkely; every ship is rea-.
dv for sea. Tilie E english at present completely
rifle hbr", but I thiuk. it will be but for a short
time I 'bM14d nt su1 prsed ii -
two weeks ; h.-,eer it i, npoi l to tell, a,
-there is vel ui.le i,frm.tiorn to be gained. It
i; said that the Fi ench very soon expect ti con-
.i lerable r.C'fcement,.;their army at preself
coisists of 805,06 0amen, W 6 %aie i3 -ight of the
lritish lines in dtc open field -
......... ."- ... .,, ... "- .# P ub. M 'dy.,

COUVTLKR EWO tT.
Capt. Roberts, who arrived on Friday last, in
days from' L iverlootl 2f, S ltft there a schoon-
er in a bout' 30 days from Englanil, brond to
Cape Forhdti. 'The captain informed, that the
Kmgsas*.Aire li,..n he s'ilvd but iii a.lov'!
I,e rf I1, /1 A1 .there ad 6rr n m ht
: i F:, 1-7 r1r uga/' in qlch/1 ,'.! F.r'nr', had tbe
,d ,tiar r. )e' .e uIe l he ci'.' h...'l the par-
taLlars ifcapt R ,- H li h '.: irnii ,,d long e-
nough to hare obtained them.

P;roit'l ltCAPE OFG D 01D)RdE,
C pt. 1 izfL, fromX the Cape Gool ltope. says;,
te loss of the rtishFrigtes,* at Maur i-
tius, was owin to the unexpected arrival of
three French Frigates of the LIle oP France lhe
day the British forces entered, and who cap-
tured the Vessels whicli wu .46 have escaped af-
ter tie first Frigate got om sore ; and. it was
found the Island meant to make a vigorous re-
tstance. It was from the circuimstatice of those
renac h Frigates being out that they feared the
Capture tf Admiral TERr., who leftthe Cape
Sasingle frigate. These accounts being re-
ived at ithe Cape induced the disermbarkation of
(ae troopsat 'alse EBy, to wait the arrival of
the 'reinforcement from England.
Great fears were entertained of property at
Boudbon.. '.'
3 Frieatr, 2 Brigs of Wars, 2 SIips trane-
orit~e swi5 0t00 men. E C H B
HEPLUBLICA K REPRESENTATIVES.
It becomRes'highl important that each and
'every Republican Member of the House of Rep-
resentatives, should be present on the opening.,
of the Session. Every Federalist will be' on the
round; and if cunhing or duplicity Will make a
federal Speaker, they' will be sure of success.

MdRRt1ED,,
ix this town, on Tuesday evening lastr by the
v Mr ta1erson, Mr Samu.l HtIplms, to Miss
.ary Anh Hodgdo, Muorey.
On Sunday evening, by the Rev Dr Lathrop,
SAlexaer Bliss, Es of pringfield, Mass to
Mrs.Lucy Garder, of this town.
On Monday evening, by the Rev J S Buck-
mirister, Mr Gharles Wverett, merchant, to Miss
Elisabeth Boyle, daughter of Col John Boyle.
At P-rovideno on Monday last, Mr A~mos
Dayis, of Boston, to Mis aN y S Wan, of West-
.Cambridge

Inla tow on Ffid4 lst Mr Edward Bib-
, cuck,/ 't4.l.---='O, atnlrday evening ld t, M
dichaeL b~lamilton Caunoiifg, aged an~out ~28. a
. arive of Englaod ----On Saturday last, widow
]Iebecca Norcros, ag'd 69,.-Suddenly,-Mrs
4bigabl, relict 'of the late Mr Job Wheelwright,
*tged 75. Funeral to-morrow, from her tate
. selling house, South Benhet-street, precisely
at 3 o'clock. Relations andifriends of the fain-
Ay are requested toattend, without further invi-
ftics,..---On Monday, Mi'~s Esther. Holmes,
aged 55. Her funeral will be this afternoon, at
3 ,'clack, from the house ofeDr Towns-nd, in
alnas at-street, which the friends and acquaint-
ance of the faily are invited to attgnd.
In alein, on Wednesday evening last, Rich-
ed wManing.Eh q in the 80of h year of his age.


At his seat in the Manor of Livingston, New-
\'ork, Henry W Livingston, Esq formerly a rep-
resentafive in congress. .

Patriot Marine )IournaL,


.'RRIVALS, :cC.
Pkilad Jan 4-No arrivals. Clearedd,. ships"
Lark; Hu~dhinson, 'Sumatra; Jupiter, Wa.e,
Cadiz; Globe, Russell,,Marblehead.
.1cw- York, .Jan 5--.Ao arrivals. Cleared,
ship Radius, Clark, Cork; Helen, Landon,
Liverpool; Jane, Moran, Lisbon. Below, a
ship and schr. In the sound, a ship said to be
frothi China.
PORzr OF BO.ITO!V.
'rom th e l-zcxrhange Coffee House b, "$
MONDAY, Jan 74---Ariived, (via Province-
town) brig Federal George, Field, 100 days fr
St Petersburg, and 63 from Gottenburg. with
Russia goods, to A-Davis,J Field and E Farley.
Saw brig Three Brothers, Nov 4, clear ofNor-
way. Spoke'Nov 29, lat 43 20, Ion 52 40, ship
Messenger, Baker of Salem, from Petersburg
for Baltimore ; and saw her Dec 1, long 53 30.
Dec 10. lat 42 '31,' long 59 22, British ship Argo,
7 days from, Bath for Hull, having experienced
a heavy gale., ec 14, lat 1.2 14. long 59, brig
Sarah ," Maria, 4 days from Kennebeck for
Cork, with dthe 10s of part. of her deck load-
Dec 27, lon 41 15, long 63 20, brig Mary.Ann,
4 days from Wiscasset for Surrinain-same,
day, saw the wreck of a sch'r of about 80 tons,
!ull of water, both masts gone, bowsprit stand-
in, with some rigging hanging about it ; part
of the jib-bom gone, and quartter eck off; she
had yellow sidt-s, With a black streak, and a
Wite do above heii waiste ; appeared to, be. a
Nova Scotia built vessel. Dec 31, lat 42 44,
long 68, a large sch'r with a deck load of lum-r
ber, 2 da~rs from Penobscct for Barbaddes.---
Left at Provincetown on Sunday last, a schr ft
East 'ort foir Philad with plaster ; and schBos-,
ton, Lincoln, from Boston for Ch'arleston.
Saoe dy-,-sloop Silly, Nantucket, itk wine,,
Norfolk 12, with flour'; Laura, I1 tAham do
17; Friendship, Fossett, Bristol, (Me) wood;
sch Elisa, Stoddard, Philad 16. Capt Ingra-
ham spoke gding into the Chesapeiake, thesch
Scudder; Crosby, from Havana for Richmond.
Sname day-sch Oliver Cromwell' Cotton, St
Pierres, M 31 days, molasses, to W Stevens of
PlyroistLi. Left, Dec 6, sch Washingtori Col-
ley, Waiting for a cargo; Lucy, Simmons, Ply-
mouth, tn.cer ; '[en.Daughters, Hall, to sail in
10 days; Doris, Thacher, oston 7 ; brigFrank-
bin, Tallingn, of Bath 10,days ; Minerva, M'
Mahon, N Carolina 8; "p oke, Dec 11, lat 23,
33, Ion 65 41 barque Mary, 29 days from Port-
lhnd. Dec 23, lat 34, long 71, brig Relief; 14
day s front Surinam for Norfolk.
SSame evening-sch Lucy, Rider, St Pierres,
M SO day%, molasses, to W Davis, of Plymouth.
P'ssehgers, Me!.ses Duver't and 1?aly. Sailed
-Dec 7-S8oke, Dec 20, sch'r Fair Play, Neil,
10 days firomt Nevis for Alexandt idn, sails very
bad ; pirted- the 231, lat $5 30-Dec 28, lat 37,
25, long 73, a scn'r ftom Boston for Norfolk.-
Next day, lat 38 25, long 73 30, brig Constella-
tio 4 dae from Boston for' NorfOlk., Di.. '50,
Providence..,
lso arrived, saWh'r Halcyon, Larcom, Ha-
vana, 7 days, sugars, to 1 Thoorndlie; sch'r
"Lvr,x-Linkh:h, Pivceouttw- X t 18days-; loop'-
Pc i rPlvmouh.; i har Mb4 ng.Star, Dagrget,-
iVi mirgtor.
Capt Larcom sailed Decl0,inC co with a brig,
capt Toplaiff, forCharleston. There had heen
no late arrival at Havana-frorhBoston. .Let,
the Norton,,of Boston; Sukey, Silert, dischaig-
ed, Sploke, Dec 27, lat 40, Ion 71 30, sch Ma-_
ry, Berry, 20 days, from Plymouth fo Virginia,
h, gexpetented bad Weather, and suffered
some i-a iler rigging
CLEARED, -
il'igs Rigel,Shattuck, Rio de la Plata; Wasp,,
Newman, 'rlayana; schrs Eutii'ce,,Glaz:er,Lis-
bon ; rF.iz-, Odell, VV Inddis; Camden;Kuapp,
dq; Enterprize, Simmmns, Baltimore.
.. TUESDAY--drrivdr brig. Havana P~atket,
Lovell, Havana 22, sugars, I Packard ; sch'r.-
Leopard, Carter, Port au P'rince 22, coffee and
logwood, to P Grant, T 0Roers ;-sloop Tar-
gent, 'vifisor, Murfreesboro, staVes, naval
stores, H N Rogers ; Sally, Martin, Marble-
head, duck, sheeting and iron, Munson & Bar-
nard Nancy, Burgess, Richmond, tobacco,
flout-, sears, to the captain ; Regulator., Crow-
elLdo coal, flour and tobacco, P B :yant.
Capt Carter left Ut Port au Princesa Pdrtland
brig ; a Warren sloop, capt mnateand a ll hads
dead, except one; blrig Louisa, Collas, of New
York, for New Orleans in 4 or 5 days, Spoke
nothing. Christophe's arrrimy was mornmetly ex-
pected, and Petion was preparing alt his- fares
to give him a warm reception.
Samne day-ship Belona, Stanwood, fromniRus-
sia, via Cape Anni. Sailed in co with the Ante-
lops, irtived 30th ult. Spoke nothing:
CLEARED,
Schs Jajnes, White, for Eastortp ; ronkltn,
1Nickeroua, I Bedford; John, Iurner, Penob-
scot sloop Friendship, Fosist, Bristol, Me,

Extract of a letter jrom 114essra. Lang and
Turner, dated New- York. Saturday evening
to the keefer df'the Ex C Rouse Books.
Arrived this evening, ship Amn, Steele, 55
days frornm Liverpool, with salt, coal, crates, dry
goods, &c. P asseogers, Messrs Pritchard atnd
Ko:, Cotnedias; ; Mrs Lewis and four daugh-
ters, and several in the steerage. Nov 20, lat
4731, lon'27 49, spoke Ffne, 5ftom Norfolk for
Liverl-o6L 29th, lat 43, 6ion 48 54, brig RHuter,
Alleu, 15 days from Bostoi for the Mediterra-
nean. Det 13, lat 42 23, long 55, ship Nancy,
Woodward, 4' days from Boston for Lisbon.-
20th, tat9 21, Ion 58 47, sch Charles, Jamison,
6 days fr m'Philad for Madeira. SehrGeorge
Washington, Kitchen, '29 days from FFalmnouth
for Jariaida. Left ship"Eliza, qf NeW-York.
Ship Lion, Bainbridge, from St PeUtersbuig-
sail d Nov 1. eblows, a ship and a. sehr." -
K:. '3 Sch'r #soa~bowe Lettei- ag for. Halifax,
-will be taken froot the Exuchauge Coffee HouSe,
this day.

NOTICE.
sHE ubscriber' offers his grateful acknowl-
T dments to the citizens of Boston and its vi-
ciity'fore tes te xertos ii preserving
his property from the late fire ;-and also inr
'forms Iis friends and the public that he has tak-
'en that lar-ge brlck STABLE, back of W'ithing-
ton's Hotel, in Broomfield's lane, where will be
punctual attendance glien, and the smallest fa-
vors gratefully acknowledged; he returns thanks
for past favors. '- BENJ. J. GIR EY, "
']an 9 ,


BRIGHAM Z BIGELOW,
A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ab "". -.v/br sale,
A T their Store, Nn .Leql s a' le.
0oo quintals Cod ish i Pollock j
30 do Dun Fish; 250 bb W uipr lii Flourr ; 50
boxes mould Candles; 500 'd') No ( 3hl Soa'.;
clear bone Middlins" ,wavy Meks, No I and. 2
Pork ;'Mess, C.rgo 1, 2in't Bef, 10,0b00
wt good Chee:e; 2jo9 keg s Lard; 50 tons Plas-
ter Paris afloat. Ja 9
...' ,Two. Mon~tk'-,Tmi/iin.

SithWaClass of Youmi g .nte`itei on M)i o
day eveniilg, January 14, for?'To Mnths Tui-
tion, School evenings Mondayslinid -Thurrdays,
froM 7 until 10 o'clock, at lVsf r l ,'No 17 urt-
street, forfuerly kept by Mt';.J'AniEs VILA -
For terms, apply at the IIall;io1Monday, ues-
day, Wednesday, Thursday, lt Friday even-
ing.. a"nig
',tAXES .
-'HE Premium of Three Per Cent, allowed
e on the' payment of -Tai*. will cease in
Wards No. 1, Sand .l,'ot-gat nday net,. 12th
inst. wm. SMITH, ;-Pe,a.rer atd 'tllector.
Boston, lan. 9, 18t1; "'
This Day is PuMsshed,
A ND for sale by JsHO- "I3BELCHER,
C"t ongr&,t-street, and at iwe several Book-
Stor's in town,
TIlE CABINS T4
a Repository of PoLit-Ti LITkA.TAURE, 0No. 1.
CONTNTS.-A.lvel'e, l- 10.. 3iograqhy.
George. Frederic 'Croke, 2. k lla4i.arga An-
ecdote of Peter the Grtat'/- $ Dm.., Drama.
Richard the Third. crrilque or, 7, ".l 'ectanea
,Spanish Spldiers, 13, ttertaotY, n'Spanlsh .Song,,
'15, Bon Mtt of Anriso't., IS, -e imuist alllive,
15, Love, 16, EditorialNotices, .16.
The CA, ffiET.',il l.ptiblihed on the Sat-'
urday of every week, and contain sixteen octavo
pages. Some of thes s bers will receive gra-
phip embellishments. ',,;_-- ,- .- .
Tweqty-six numberswill farm a volume, for
which title page and index wilt be furnished.
Thb. price will be u-doldk'ar. per volume.-
Subscribers in Boston it4, exp-eted will pay one,
dollar in advance at sut~sc tang. ,
No 2 of the above walk will bipublished" on
Satiardai hext; and will contain the portrait of
Mr. Cooke. Jan 9


"OST T -V EA R.

-Foutlh nigkt o/ /hre eo ,-rmnnitof i'r. CooKiz*
". THIS rF.4NlTrG. Jpn. 9, 1811,
LL hpie-7 p ed, n *arske*sare's celebra-
Sted'Pliy. in Iive cts.cal.id. the
MfEBC'I3NrQ iNICk,
Shylock, Ir Co:ol; E
-- *t ~
To Which will be add.,e musicall Afterpiece


T'[-MORW F ENDING .
PDOL'GL.,S," adr L Love a la 1l5de"
GLi tALvoN, & Si" '~ Af caCHI MAC. SaRcAS D,
by .G0 .
SThe Gent!tr t4v.,t aken places
fv M. Cok's4.4".it br r fully iftforrn-
ed, ,hat B. Tic"keV talien p th-e dam to
pet ormatice b) 4n'tdock. wilk uess previouslv
paid for, be resold for that and the subsequent
nights. ." :
I'
Copartnerhi Dissolved,
.OTICE is heretiyjgi e T[liat the Copart-
N nership of the Sdbsoribers;- tnder the firm
of PARKMAN, TYLB, ,& ,PARKMAN,. in,
Boston, and BRECK,' PARkMAN & CO. in
Westbo"~bugh, is this yby by mutual consent,
dissolveL, All who bvedemands against the
firm, ari requested to hibit the same ft" set-
tlemeit; and all who ire indebted to the Bos-
ten Cornpany, are reque-ited tb coAl on Jhn 1 i.
7yler, ~tNo 83, state-atreet, and mak pay-
melit; and those indebted to the Westborough
Store, are requested recall ra Brte1 k P/rkmean
U Son. hr settlement.. Thoe persons, whose
notbs and accounts hale bee'-Ilong die; must
expect the demadnds ma d in an Atrney's
hands for collection, tm m iidvented i.bhsdeedy
paymrsint. BRVC I5Ai KMAN0-
JOHN; U,: TTLER,.
CHARJ~OS PARK AN.
Boston, Jan..5,1810.
Dissolution of Copartneraip.,
1 RANK &- HAl have isolhed Partner-
1 hlp bL'T muutual te all
1rn. w hrba ide
immadlat'e pay-ner. A ekhiacse'-oat have any
dtemauds against the fr are requested to dall
an'd receive payment.
Boston..overberH' 1;810. -

Hatters Take Notee.
T HIE ubscriber havil~ solved on lea'6tg
Ithe T4wnofPro1.'id 'e, pfrs for sale that
valuable E abisment wl .b,,the name of
thePROVIDNFCE HAV ANITFACTORY;
together.with all the T6*,i. privifegetsand, ap-.
purtenances. thereto beloitIng,. .Ths is unques-
tionably one of the beststablishments in the
Hatting line of any' in J .ngland, ard offers
adv.ontages to any person. .Company. disposed
to prosecute said busil4 but-rarely to be met
with. The whole wAl0t .ld "gether, or int
Shares of on e 1 outlars each,.' A sub-
scription his been co. I for puurchasing it
in Shares; 'and a 'n b o o.shares :subscribed,
which will be taken, prvidr d said st scription
be filled The price of tbe.. whole ,hllbe Five
Thousand Dollars,
:. O .RN6LD BUFFUM.,



t


Boto Irh/k ilartitfactory.
C t AMP d ( tiol. --
,.hd tro sale,. Wolesale and tt ,il. ,N6 29,
Mlarlboro' -trbet4 opposite the Old'South Meet-
ing 'oiuse'.
WHIPSof various descrnptins, viz-warranf-.
ed silver mounted (haleb~ne & Catgut Ctach,
Phaston, Gig and ChaipieW IV8S; elated moun-
ted do; Stage and Tikddem do ; .silver 'and pla-
ted mounted Iadies aod Gentlemen's Riling,
Whips ;'hip Thongs d Silk Lashes per drz.
or gros.--, large dscotntr madeto wholesale
purchasers. TRUNKS ofallsixs. "Whips re-
paired ju the neatest manner with despatch.
WANTED at the above business, two Jour-
neymen, and three, Apprentices frpm 11 to.,:5
years old 6 w 6Jan 9


On FRIDAY next, at 12 o'clock,
On board s A .'Iornin t Sar, di India-strcet,
co Chaldrons Liverpool Co'al,
'20 tier ces lMce,
29)b~gs Pepper,


IEN1OSCOT BANICK.
N OTICE is hereby given that SPECIE'wVil
S begiven for PENOBSCOT BANK BILLS onil
deinand at the Bank.
By Order q/ the Directors,
SAML. NORWOOD, Cashier.
Buckstown, Dec-13, 1810.
FOR NEW ORLEANS,
S Thenew fast sailing brig
ARCH11E I DES. J. HART, nMas-
ter, has two thirds'cf her Freight
I ejiap-d. and willpositively sail on
Sunday ntxt. For Ft eight or Passage, apply to
the master on bird, At Sargeant'a-whafoxpLrite
JAMES ANDREWS. No 7 India-street.' -
Where is for sale-200 chests Hyson and EIy'
son Skin Tea: 550 %ntlA:Stale Fish; 50 bats
N, Q'Cotton ; 2 crates Peruvian Bark; Ravenar
Duck; 14 c.ses Wire Work, various kinds;-
300 bbls kiln dried Corn Meal; 100 do first qual-
itv Rye Flour, &c. Jan 9.
IV. E. lb rMaNf '

THOMAS & EDWARD MOTLEY,
ANo. 37, India-8treet, "- Have /br sale,
TOW.landing from brig Mereator,
56 tiarces, Havana Mlasset ofa good
an tierces, aalitu
35 bbls. iality.
Cargo ofslooz Relief,
102 hhds Martinqui Molisses, "
Landing front aloo/ Ranger,
39 hhds. Havana Molasses.
S From sloopf Dolpihin,
12 hhds. N. E. Rum, IN SeRoE,
30 hhds, St. Croix Rum,
S16 hhds. Jamaica do.
0000 lbs. St. Domingo, and Havana Cofee,
2000 pieces blue Nankeens, ,
2'f00 feet St. Domingo Mahogany,
4 tons Logwood, .'
'Raven Duck, Russia Sheetinmgs,
40 bales Upland Cotton,
30 .tons best clean Hemp,
.Mes. No I and 2.Beet;,
Hyson and Hys-iskin Tea,
Havana Cigars., .
The 'cargo a 'ch. Ea-1rel
"o t! clear BOARDS, "of.al e-.
celle it aiality-; 6 hhdsi. St. Crox RUM. -
a -_ _-_ -..-.LL VIPA-FN.A -
T he sch. EAGLE, bitrthen
12 .7 tons, deep Wait. Is very
burthen:,me and will touni.
Jan 9

ADAMS WOOD,
ArI D Spear's-ioharf Have.for sale.,
NEthundred bbls Cider Brady, in shipping
OJ order; 60 bales prime Upland Cotton;
Wrappirng and Writing Paper. Jan 9
NOTICE...
HH H subscribers inform their friends, and the
L public that they have iecommenced their bu-
shiness at the Bake House they formerly improv-
ed in ish-street, owned by R. G. Shaw, Esq.-
They tender their gratitude to their friends for
their kindness in assisting them when deprived
of all means of supporting their families; and
they solicit a continuance of their patronage and
flatter themselves thev shall be '4le to give sat-
isfaction. CURRIER & BROWN.'
jan '

&SALES AT AUC1IO. -
S Notice.
SritcTr -i-5 ab,-,ia to gto4 ..is-
present line r Business, will expose f,'
Sle at. Public Auction without reserve, ono
TUESDAY next, at 1,T o'clock,(if f.it' weather)
opposite his store, No t11, India-street, his whole
bl OCK IN TRADE. Consisting ~f- ,
tutiM, Suigar, Coffee,~ Teas, rant,
-dy;'Wiheg, 5.0t, N ew Oleanas Molasses, Nails,
Raisins, Stales, Weights' and Measures, Indigo,
2 sets new Copper Measures.
Conditions very liberil, will be made known
at the time and place of sale. F. BECK.
SWhitweLl "& Bond, luct'rs.
HEMP .-
On TUES)DAY next, -q'clck.
A1 .7ones .s Offre,
KILBY-ST R EarT.
5o tons 'eiy- superior quality St;
Petersburg HEM i, in lots to suit pur:chasirs.
S AT PRIVATE SALE.
1 English made Cable, 17. 1-2 inch, 120 fath-
om suitable for a ship of 450 tons.
TO-MORROW, about half past 12 ; 'clock,
Immediately after the sale of the estate in Court-
street,
T~TILL be sold at public auction; on the pre-
S r mises, that valuable piece of land, in front
of the Exchange C fl.e House, bounded by Con-
gress-treet, and Ikdf Court Squatre the estate
of Rufus P. Amory,. Esq. and the new street in
froun of tihe. Coffee House, measuring nearly
1600 square. feet. I[hcrfe is sufficient depth on
Congress-sttet for' three stores, wich very
small expense, this estate may- be made very
productive. .
T. K. JONEs I" Cc1 Auct.
THIS I)AY, at --o'clock,
A.te Sto'e of Messrs.rBARKER & B RID E,
Z Kilby-street, will be se!old by Public Aucion,
a verity' u DRY GOODS, a quantity of Brim-
stone, in casks,' Teas, Rum, Gin, Sugars;Scales,
WVeights, Writing 'Desks, *$helves, Counidrs,
150 bas Collee, entitled to debenture, &c. &c.
Conditions liberal. P1 e2order qof
S BELL, l)ebt'v Sheriff
T. K Jo,vES s (.Jo. Aluet'-s-.

THIS DAY. at 12 o'clock,
At 'oseph Ripley's Offi&e,
Irn. 3 INDIA-STREET,
I 5 bales Upland Cotton, suitable
for irtailing.; 300 boxes snioked hlerring 37
kegs Tobacco, a few coils Cordage; 5 hhdi W.
I. Rum ; 6 hhds Molassses.


4 hdsi W. 1. Ram, superior quality.
.Ji Ripley, auct. Moasses. '
rTTHOMAS & EDYLvVARD MOTLEY, Ne'
THIS.'DAY, at 12 o'clock, IL 37, India-street, have for s.de, intw landing,
Oppos'ite NAo. 38. Indi,-strett. t, e cargo ofloop Relif,
6 hhds good flavored Rum. o102 hhds Martinique'Molasses, of
SConuditiopqaisafe i Bna de v orta (A "-.. Jan 5
Wiwell & Bond auct'r. orthampion Skirting andHarnesi
TO-MORROW, at 12 o'clock, Leather.
0Ophosit, Nao. India-street, JUST receded anra for sale by DOMETT ,
i6'pipes L P. Vidonia Wine; qr. .AIRBANKS, 3800 of the Northamptoum Skirt,.
caks do do. Conditions at sale. ing and Harness Leather of a superior .u1alits-
Whitwell V Bond, auctr,'s. Sad dle, y Stock as usual .a 5


SALES AT AUCTIUhT.
TO-MORROW, rt .2".c -k
'* On tePI 'n".,
SHE ESTATE,-Iyinj in- Court-strret. fnr ;
earlyy calleJ, Moffat's Estate, bunde'd ':v
lows:-On Court'- -street, there me1rin),' .-
feet; on Belna's Alley'y, one ihuudred and t'itd
seven feet; on Nathahiel"'Johison, 6nre ilticrie-t
and sixty-eight feet en' Tilley WIlthomls, seNy"
enty feet six inches ;-making in the whole a-
bout fourteen thousand sqnate feet',wrhich wi1
be diyded itito eight lots, namely-four frontiii..
on Court-street, each about 21 feet in width, atid
extending from 75 to 88 feet back;, to A court 2;
feet wide, the other four frontiriigsodtherly' ok
said court, about the same width adid t'tiUmniing
albouit 75 feet deep, to a back passage.: ,
T ais Liailbeing situated near the Court house
and oI:nter of bsins._ .,I! i)ltfrd'an extellent
op o-turi.iiy tir persons di-po.cdJ to invest thei.
prpeit ty in Real Esiate. .
obe sold, irInie-or more ,sai my be.it
-Ailc py=+a..wa~utetsu.ivm-e
A plau orf the ;,tate m:.ty I seeii.in'5 thd i.'rm ,s
of c edit know n, )y a)pph~ l i to the Cashior oC
the Union Bank, or to
G, u'rr ,u jun..aurtr

'Valuable R~ial state at Aui' 4 .
On MONDAY next, 12o'clock,-
(.f not Treviou ly/dipoasedof at private sale-,
THAT valuable ai.t pleasantly situated ES-
1 'rATE; in Levereta-street, la.tily owned.
by JONATAIt HAsTINssn C q "
"It' contains about 2 1,00 feet otAND, bound
ing on two streets; being 168 feet on Lezberett'-
street, and,127 feet ow WitVhire-treet; is 15!
feet deep on the Southerly, and 133 feet on the
-Nsrthetly line.'from street to.street, The Land.
is capable of being divided irto 13 or 14 coanvcen-
ient House Lots, ftonting on two streets; or l
would afford a beautiful scite for r' block of fiv6
or six handsome Houses to stand on elevated
:,ground, and fi'ont on Lcveret-strevtwiths suwta.
ble lotisor gardens on 141i9tehircv-treetl.Thl
s.Ahole Estate will. be6sold tovther, And' tdeed.
gtW6n by Eb WAR I iGRAf, Csq. who' will givrd"
any inform tlot respectig the title.
Terms of sale, 25 per cent on receiving
Deed, to be paid jh rrncoeyo ii satisfactor en-
d ,)td n.nte, payble with, interest in 6(k days
fromi thi dy of sle; 25 per 'cent tach in 3, 6
and 9 nimmths, wth unIrlnied ,rciritiy.

.On RIDAY next, 10V clk;,
S T. the house .4tely occupied by' Mr. Ai-
a vRa w Ri xrcsFi E, No. S~; Newbury-strect,
a variety o1 H,,u.JRI'd Furniture, viz.-
SHarndsomeGfltLoking. Qiasses, Dinin and
Card Ta"ilesf Chairs, Sideboards, Sofa, E Nas
Chair, Bedsteads, Beds, Curtains and Bedi"g,
Carpets, 1 pair Silver Candlesticks, Plated do.
China, Glass and Crockery Ware, Brass And-
irons, Shovels, Tongs and Iook' lKitchen Fir-
niture, fc &c. T. CLARK, Ytici.
Removal.
D R. SHATTUCK has removed to No. 64,
CORA ILL .Ja9
BENJAMIN ANDREWS;
"" No. 4, U',don-&ree,
.HI.AS rIeceived per late arrivals direct frort
the first manuf4ctures.in Great Britain, the toal-
lowing additionaL articlesof refined CUTLERY
and HOUSEOLDRY.-
Amrle sets ot rhost fashionable white antd[
Green I-cry plain, fi'itted; fl fitted atnd bt.lance ta&-
ble-and des rt Knives and Fdrks, 'tijIoidt and
poultry gtard C.t-er, and Steehl to mnittLh the
tariu,. pa tel l ; tent Sr.)iffi-s and corY.-
&'ift*,vheesuirlis ar rr fit let-
pot, aid EIAer-,; plated CIndle-sa Le ; bell-
metal SRilicts; brass and morocco .'j4pannqd
wash handasons ; brass pipe Bellows; gib
hearth 0 0.L, I;' steel cut Fite,- findrs;, plite
Warmers; knife Trays bt I Fist
Kettles;" eaaboi 'te tls atming-
pais ; Coffile-mils ; Frying-pan ; Etite-po-"
ers ; Carpet-wirts ; japaiuted( ICanidte sticks
&c. and Lr the otnanamelt and convenieiee o7.
buildings ; plain brass and wr g ht inrisce and
other LcEs and Utches ; door Springs ,rass
Ralpprs; finger Plates Pbrass and. i 'Pilliee;
brass Sc'ew ; cast Riutts; b,'ntd plate. d fine
Padlocks ; pantry Handles, ec.
ARTICLS OPl S.4DLE'RY, bY .
Mechanic's "I',ols i Anvils; Vii ;: Lurnca-
shire sciew ant draw Piatis;, Fifes ; 'Pla44-
hrons ; Ht;ces and .Bits; Lond, spring hand
acid ripping, hand Saws ; cast steel tenfo and
hand do. &c. &c. with corn, meal and floor Em-
ery.; blue Pots aid C'ucib;es; T'urkey Oil
Stones; PaintE BrushesIc.; atleatln's chesLs
of Fools, complete ; Lirass money Secales, with
nests of weights.
net FAA' .Y SHlOP WAR
Dealers in these will find an excellnt assorts
ment of ine and com:niui pen, ,.cket and
sr.orts.men's Knives ; Saiss6rs, Razors, and
Thimbles; pound, buridlej and packet Pins;
Mackeniizde's white chapel, supi-erhie and silver
eyed sewing iNeedlhs; elastic and common. knit
ring Pins; Dae's 'dis, Als.-shav-
ing Boxes and Bru sies Qharley forest Hones;
teeh, hair and nail Brushes; filil Hooks ; stu-
perfine ivory and quill back Combs; hair do.
brass afid iron Je ws-harps ; fEacy Bo1xes ; cur,-
Ing Icons ; reading Glases ; silvqr and tortoise
shell, l)lated and polishMd steel i-pcuacles and
C'ies ; Pdrkec Bookq; )one, c aAt anJl vest
Moulds, /c--In Stor. bodies irtn Sov-
els ; blister tid. cast bteel ; thik and thin sheet
hron ; boxesL tin Plates ; qu entities carriage and
wvaggoln Boxesall sizes; with numerous other
p ricula rsf orHAI DWAR usu'aly'kept -
Mnmiorand.-ns for eAly of vicl h from town or
coumr-y, studitIously attended to aund a cheerful
currectior of all erirhs. Jin 2
Boarders Wanted -'
r .'VO yng Gentlemen cii he arcmtmmoda-
ILted with BOARD, in rhc cenitre ot the town,
mn a small respectable faroily where th'e r. no
children. Inrqsire at the Patriot Counting Rooma
January 9
JOSEPH RIPLE~Y,
No I fndiu-street, Just recrited and/or sale,
B.\Lt'S Russia GOODS, via: thick Duck,
Ravens d,. Seating and D aIters, Copper
Prate Paj e, G(rra:s and Hemp 'ordage, and
Cab~les, df all sizes, 3001 bnoces Ratsioi, 25.000
Ph ivana Cig~erra, 10 boxes Wi/uite L~sad, 50 bagg
Coffee. Al[so, 20 bales short tarapte (2ttror iS;
d'c sea Island do. le0 bbls Flour, Cotintry Gll
Ile-f and Pork... '-"l ._










Uo-LlTU3UIsY A TICE.*
-he c: "'',a i h.'- noil.y da"akiened by the death of ED-
'AMARD GRAY, sou'r. Esq.is a ittim-on'
ois estitmation (vith the public, which as i
,'as due to hi4, xctd'Cnt character, must be
gratful to hisfamily and friends. His vir-
tuei were ofth t social and .domestic kind,
which though never fully appreciated by the
Worldat large, produce, wihen they are well
known,the only perfect confidence, the tru.
esst respect, and the rmo-.t latlirit affection. ,:
One of the most distinguishing features of
Mr., GIAt'saoeial virtue, w 'ithescrupulonus
and disinterested mannmier i -which he dis-
chargi.d the trusts reposed in him. Those
to whom he was guardian, and to -all with
whom he transacted business, know how, e-
tualiar was hsi fidelity. The tardeinesi-of
liis coiseiencenmade him equally careful of
"his feelings, as of the rights 4f those for
whom he avted; and such was the sweet-
tesis of his temp-r, that as he never made
an enemy, so he certainly his hot left one.
His parental affections and domestic attach-
4nents were attended with a sensibility, which
iouring the late sickness and death of his old-
est son was too powerful for his disordered
"constitUtion. It is painful to think that the
Vry perfections of the mind and heart,
Should ever expose us to danger, or that our
faults should ever seem to grow out of the,
*xcess of our virtues. But if in Mr. GnTAt
the extrerti- delicacy of his fTeelings some-
times hlbodeired on timidity, or the tenderness
Sof his conscience led hirm ta reproach hism-
Iself, without cause, .let- us remember that
these a"ie tinot likely to. be the prevailing-er-
sots of the ager- We cannot but admire their
ierrectness of that man's mind, which isscru-
pously-J st to ev'erone but itself.
Thete was a purity and simplicity in Mr.
GA's character ii which was rather singular
S~i these day 6i' business, when deceitfulness
and corruption are so often tolerated ; and-
it ~ioulk ano be unknown -that to his- other
virtue ha .oihned lt 'piety' tbwaird which
grew rnore intense towards ei close of his
life, and which we hope, wail be ripened in
the region nfintellectual light, into that per-
fectlove ofGon, % hiclh is at once ardanit and
cleari enlightened and permanent.
He was for'several years in the L'cgisla-
tnre of this State; he has been 1ing Secre-
tary-of the -14umane Society; and been en-
trusted at different times With the maniage-
inent of charitable funds. He every where
altscovered the same anxious fidelity ;' and'
there can hardly, be found a man who would
bave enjoyed a longer or happier -career of
benevolent activity,, if his life had depended
sl the hopes and wishes of the many who
have shartfd his friendships, and who are un-
der obligations to his integrity and kindness.
But Pon, who does nothing without reason,
has chosen to take hin& from his duties and
his trals here; and may His r l iie jeda. -
S[Certinel

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saijca r,r Hi story. Biagraphy, Divinity,
T.. N .,itir,- ;irn I. ..1 Pt .. -\h aiid of
',in.:, l),i irc, 1-f u: .-Ul ',I 'e 5',t learning -
Furnishing numnierous S,- ci,--cis of American
1 :..,i c.- frora t rht I"- ,-'iJt i.I C.aim-, the
He.-' Q.J ,ri-i', of lie ielitai y Coninmander, the
seat C(.:.ng. i-, the pulpit on various occasions,
the *-".-l. t .-he Judge, the bar, stations of bite-
titry honor, the seat 'f'hlie Muses, and from the
seiade cf private Life.-Containing rules for the.
kiroperr pse of the pauses, tor graceful and per-
suiaive pronunciation, and for approprmae and.
im:npressive gestures ; to improve the Scholar in'
Reading a!: Speaking while enriching the mind
with Religious, Virtuous and Useful Klnowledge
--.To which are added a collection and defini-
tions of the words in ttiii back-most diffctilt fib
youth to under-tahid.-D') gne.l ,.- time use of ,
Schools.- -) .1 ULI-I.1 RICH iHU-, 5N, A. M.
Minister of the First Pirishl in Hingham.
Instruction is'trAy ife" Bible.
S 'h i ,- -i Ji ri ,\ lh l
Ad-.Bai s, Au'lrIa, Ealilwin, liarlor v, Bni,.,
DA1 ney, D k..tcn, D. ih. t,. r'i'rn n-, Fr ink-
lin, Harrii, Hoi,rn., r mi-mpP'c, J4ff'erson,
KinsIley, L.iair.op. I,-i, o ae, Marshall, MiS-
iLr, Norton. Paaie, P.-.'w. Quatcy, 'lamsay, B
la,h, J Ru-.h Si.ll~n Spr ygue Stilhnan, Sto
rv, Strng, Sullh min. 'Ja'Ipn. i'iiompson,Trurnm
bull, \W.iI cI. W.a.stulg'. cn, \\'illiams, nd sev-
eral Anr.) miTiL' 1 .r.
The ;urtnor al tniv, elici -n trusts that it
will not be found tto contain an expression or
sentiment inconsistent with the or.ndest princi-
ples of religion, morality, t- refined delicacy."
S Jan 2
Valuable New-Tear Presents.
JUST |ui.liiLd, *IId fr sale, by J. BEL-
*J CHElIR, Congres :-r cet, and at the Book-
stua.,t t'iLLIA t.I At, uiL.ws andMUNROE &
Fn Acit.Ociuimtil: adnl E.BLuss, State-street
-- ,.e 11 1 8 c:is.
GCatechismof General Knowledge, or
a n Iintroduction of the Arts and Science -By
Wx. MArOR, L. L. n.--Author of many -vaf-
uable works on eduIation. This little work,eas-
bricing ihe general liiiciplea of ,humat uiono.'.-
edge, cn.,noiit til being a valuable pi eent Il'
}uuth of el:her sex; and to those in mote ad-
vaocedjilr, wf hlse lad istdeopporrunity for
elti3,sd-it will fdrniah isefis'ideas,'atd vliuu'te"'
-, further inquiry. ],n 2
""- A"TI/C.
AT the Information OfficeN 3. Devonshire-
- XTL. street, may be obtained, 15 good andfaith-
"ful-young Women, (recommended.)
A. sat-18 .faithful young Men. Gentlemen
* or Ladies, wishing fur domestics ill firid it muth
tethe' advantage to call hre.
To let.houses, stores, shopscham-
ber s, OceaJars. &, &c &c. -', Jaia "2
PLATS.
A LARGE aasoi-ntment ef Tragediea, Come-
dies, Farces, Alelo-Draminas and Operas,
constantly for sale at J. LARKIN'S Bookstore,
Noi 4S, OeKi(LI,. tf .Qst1O


Apply at No. 4, Union-Street,
W HERE Wire Fire FENDERS, warran'-
cd of the best make aad equally loW pr-
crd, with those imported, are constantly sup-
plied for Pat lours-Nurseries Franklin Stoves.
Batli Gratcs, 'c-either ornamented or plain
Wire Work, and withprwithout brass knobs to
masch Andiron Sets. .
Persons in town, leaving orders at-
SNo 4, Union-street, wilt be waited on at their
houses by the mieasurer, from 8 to 9 A. anid
from 2 to 3 -P.ix. Those who order Trom the
country, will still please to specify the height of
the Fenders wanted; theit length across and
depth to front, each fire place-firections for
the various other kinds of plain and twisted Wire
Work, sedulously attended to
For sale, as above, among numte'-
ons articles of Home Manufacture, a new sup-
'ply of.elegant Brass ANDIRONS.- in sets to
match--.#hite .metal Lamps--Thimbles and
Inkstands, per wholesale and retail--Planished
Dish Covers in sets---Plate Covlers---Tureens,
&c---coal Hod&sand Scoops---Andiron Grates---
cast and wrought Iron Stoves--stove Pipes--a
variety ot Japanned Ware, including sugar Box-
es and spittoons---Iton and Ltgnumvitae Pestles
and Mortars--oven and-ash hole Mouthls-chim-
ney Backs-sash Weights-stair- rail Screws--
w Locks of the best worimanship-Muskets and
Fowling Pieces of approved q quality. .
1 high finished Clock maker s Lathe, at 80 dis.
1 Jeweller's do. price 100 dis.
Every description of Iron Ware Castings tor
Machinery, &c furnished at the shortest notice-
with the foregoing, are offered great varieties of
other Hard Ware-which purchasers of the
same, are respectfully.Jnvited to calt'an0dexam-
- ine. Prease observe and address all Memoran-
ldums from the c,:untry, forwarded by mail or
-otherwise,to BENJAMIN ANDRIEWS,
Dec. 29 "NA 4, Union-St.'reet.

FOSTER & RICE, _
So 12 Dotk-Square
H AVE received per late arrivals from Eng-
lahd, a complete assortment of ,
S Hard'War GOODS,
-VIZ-I
Brass Kettles and Skil-$Do Candlesticks ahd
lets, $ Lamps,
Warming Pans, Japannid do do,.
Frying Pans, Brass Wire,
Chaffing Dishes, Sieve Bittoms,
Waffle &' G Gffw Irons,hBlock Tin Tea Pots,
Cooks Ladles, Japanned Tea Trays.,
Holster and Pocket Pis- with gold add imita-.
tols, tion borders,
Coffee Mills, gfron.Tutania & Queens
Gun Locks, Metal Tea and Ta-
Brass Commodes and bleSpoons,
Knobs, Platcd Spurs>
Do Thumb Latches, Shoe Hammers & Pin-
Do Bed Caps cers,
Do Table Catches, 6 by 8. 7 by 9 arid by
-o Clock Balls, 10'.Window Glass,
Do Nails, 4d. 6d.8d.-0d, and 20d
cut & wrought Nails.
-.4L 0o-
A conimpite assortment of SAD'-
DLERY, with a general supply of small Arti-
cles in the Hard Ware line. The above willie
sold on reasonable terms, for cash dr credit.
dec 22 /
ard Ware Goods.
W. & G. TUCKERMAN,
r / No. 61, State-srrcet,"
"TAVE received by the late -rrivali from'
.01 England, an extensive, and very complete
asso tment ot HARD WARES.-con'sisting of
Ironmongery, common and fine
Cutlery, Sadlery, brass and steel Cabinet Wares
Bristol Glass, Shot, TeaPots, Sads, Irons an,
Frying Pans, Pumnmice and Rotten Stond
,Vrought iTaCks and Clouts, Files, Rasps, Ue.
Lic. all which are now ready for-sale on libe-
ral credit, or for money. eptf Oct 13
S HARD WARE.

ROBERT HEWES, Jvut.
No 25, MARI.zOROLUGai--TraZET,
flAS received per the ship JOHN. Anass,
L.just arrived rm Liverpool, a further sup-
ply of HARD-WARE. ALso,
A.merica-!i warranted HOUSE-
BRUSHE'S by'the dozen or single, n anuifactur-
ed by a Master Workman, and recommended
.equal to any ever imported from Hoil)&d .
Nov. 2, Sm
STEEL.
rrTT.l cE ;jl c i'.j,) i (- tceI .I ti.! i.fr.m 'h I pub-
trte in C'. tm ,.. *,- -, r i t ch thIe
make steel in the same process as it is made ini
Germany. They wi!! warrarit i to be equal to
ainyever imported for all kinds ot Wirk,' where
it requires thebest of steel. They lhve appoint-
ed SAMUEL BILLINGS, at No G2 India-
-street, their Agent,where the article is fur Sale,
and those wdo want ean be supplied with any
quantity and of anv shape that ay be want:- d.,
The above Steel is stamped with the
nam& of the inventor and proprietor DUN-
BAR & LEANARD," and also the Aimerican,
Eagle, with his talons resting on the vo:rd Steel
Samples of the above S eel, may be seen at Mr
JoHN GIBSON'S, Mr JOHN F PRIEST'S, and at
Mr SAMUKL BILLING'S, Agents to said Manu-
facturing Company.
i THO AS. & WILLTAM DUNBAR.
t d c
GUNPOWDER,, SHOT, AN
SALTPETRE.
ELIJAH WII7HINGTON, No 34, State-
.treat, has'for sale--200 qr casks Inspect-
ad American, English glazed. Tower proofand
Dutch GUNPOWDER; a few easks refined
1 i4:@ 4 aps ShiM9 Alnk.di- 2Q touj
Purchasers for shipping, ships use, and town
stores, will find it for their interest to apply as
above. < (eptf) sept 2W

S'Cabte, Cordage, Belt.Rope, &'c.

BEMIS & EDY, ,
No 12 Long-wharf, Have constantly for sale,
(ABLES, Cordage and B olt.l'e, of all sir
izes, manufactured in the best manner at
the Rope Walk of JOSEPB N.'. Ho6'v.
.dls--Cast Iron. Cap.ihn. Rims, Windlass
Boxes and Turned Cogs k -r Blocks, which are
Smues superior to the Composition, and can be
aflerted at less than hal price. 12a dec 15


ENRY 6i1 (
Av. 2, C0.17),1';TREET
H AS receivedhby-the -Ar. from .Liva'pool,
the fAl.-w,nr
HARD fdARE GOODS, vi% A
Frviig '.,na L'lock dials, bells 8cpin-
6, 8 arid 14 o= FrEmist.r is,.,
T'ac ta:,stings and iorgeol
Trunk i Clout NaW--V Iron Work,
Scupper do M'Bra.s Nail,
, 61, d, 10d, ~20d, 24 and Bra;s and Japan"d Can-
30d fi-e diawn. rose- dlest'.cks and Lanips,
and clasp head do. ronrCandlesticks,
Rotten &tPumice SlontGun Flin:s,
Grain Tia lSiuper Agate do
Spelter Glass Par.er,
Specter Solder Brass Chaffing Dilmes,
'ripoli If do 11'armling Pans,
EmIery -Tappa.'d TeaTrays,% ith
Tern-r Hor.ks x gold W imitation bor-
Bell.-ws aTacl.3 --1 ders,
Mop Hfead, flrcon and Tutania Tea
Copper Riets T 1 and Table Spoons,
Waffle Gnffer TronltBrass pipe Bellows,
Cas.t and -%rouglt lronliScre.w Plates.
Stew i tiauce Pans,SlTar h PFaint Brushes,
tibn'd inside [firass wire Seihc Sot-
Cast-and wiTr.u.ght Iroif toms, n .
Tea Boilers V1J pan'd Powder Flasks,-
Sdo. Tea Kettles, Shot Belts,
Wr,,ughrlron Fiih Ket Jipan'd, quart and pint
ties, Jacks,
do Glue do 'Button Moulds,.
do oval, round -andSailor's Horn Buttons,,
oblong Pots, -Gilt and plated, coat &c
do wash hanrdBasots, '- vest do
do potato and coffeedBrass C6mmodes and
Roasters, 1 Knobs,
Ship,Serapers, f" do .Hinges,
Cook's Ladles, F do Thumb Latches,
Holster and Pocket Pis-11 do Table Catches,
tols,.- I do Bed Caps, ,
Gun Lccks, "i 1 do Dividers,
Steel Wire, from N 10 do Flish Bolts,
to 28, '1WhIte Chapel eedlea,
RBass do-from No' 3 t$l, ie H.ammers & Pin-
28,., ceri,
,Neid iro6p. brast andliPlated Spurrs,
cepperV Wire, iCut glasss and silk Pe-
CIrrk Dials, ]I.e h Buttons. ..
SWit h a geiftral 'scorti4Ent rsismall artics
in the Hard Ware Line. The above ate in
package, welt assorted for -retailing, and will
be sold by package or less quantity, at a low ad-
vance anhd liberal credit. if oct ?24


tARD WE
"" '- .- ^ t
COOK. & PHILLIPS-No Tnio-street,
AVE'received by the shkTp _i. Lincen, a
Li.further supply ,e HRaR. P .x Goons,
which completes their fall important, and will
make their assortment complete, including ma-
ny articles which are scarce at market at this
time, and which they -will sell on adva4atage6us
terms for cash or credit. ,
Wentod, Exchabge4 dn Philadelphia.
,. 'Ded 22, w ,


Crcrkeyy Ml'ai-t.


HASTINGS &COLLAMtOR,-

H.AVE ieceivrd per Juno and Orion, and of-
fer for sale, a part of'theirbFALL SUP-
PLY rf GO DS, consi ting ef
124 cratesCj(WKERr WARE -
' J Ta'afP t hOter,"asuaited
1 case Entry Lamps ;
.1 do Lamp Wicks.
Additional supplies ate daily expected;
.Oct 31 eptf
W iitwell & Bond,
N.o S Ki bly-f ct, Have for sale,
O NE luindreid bags Pepper; 200 do Race
Singer; 130 boxes, white and brown Su-.
-gar;40 lbs Vrdigris and 10 kegs Red Lead
15 bbls 3d, 3d and- 4th ptdf Gin. Jan 2

SOxK andBffaloe Hides.
S-Ol'sale, onhaj t~i he brio Mercator, at
'. Long-wharf, opposite No 57.
4000 very large OXKHIDES;
10.00 do.do. UFFALOEdo.
in excelleIt order, and on liberal 4 edit. 'Apply
to T. K. JONES CO or
Jan 2 w- W, ALTE & 'CO.
PAUL MONDELLY,
No 63 CO(rNAHILL,
IH AS received by the Kingaton, and other
UL arrivals from liiondon,
Elegant convexMiritors Camels hair Peicils,'
Thermometers, Pencil Sticks
Pulse Glasses, Drawing Books,
Spirit Levell ,. T rosting, .- colours
Miniature-F'srn Turtle. iell and Horn
Profile do-. C 'ombs
Ca-ricattures ."i- Pocket iooks
Ok'tik V'ews Perfumey .
Optick's do Large assortment of
Gold Paper Prints
Do Ltaf .. -Smith's Maps of the 4
D, Size quarters of theGlobe
-tdpr' e .ih alg Glasses, all Ai-
N wiman & Recils w%- zes
tcr Tl"Airs, ft. .u cis. Do do Plates
t o 15 dolls per box Beautiful dressing 6asos
Do single" Cakes Do do Glasses.
Carmine 6w nov 24
FU R.
PARKER & DODfD,
Yo 6, MAVcrchaets Row,
.W ILL give cash and the highest prices for
-i. lrr,, Fn'-i (lwai dec 5
SHuES-;-.Cheap.
RIDGE at CON-NT. N, 24, UzIox-
-SS'REEO' (tCrenit;V rcCupied by MZr. Sted-
dard Capen ,have received an assortment of
Women's, Misses' Children's MOROCCO
SKIES of the first qialitr, which will be sold
very low, vi- WCmern' b'lick and- cot'd Walk-
n;g Sh.es,a d d i Nlppers & Ties; do do Misses
&'Chili men's rino %,h a variety of' uropean, &
India GOt)DS, cleiap. 6w dec 19

Cheap Furr Sboes.

CGUsHI \4 &-LINCOLN,
.."Y,, A8,./arJ r,-',' i if-ec,. sy^-oii ft :-. itic BeR,'
'H ^ r -iertiLN,' Csi f L-' .e-,'
FRENCH FURR SHQES,
which they are llii.',od very c'lerip. fdlec 15

VALUABLE FARM!
FOR sale, that celebried, v.Juable and de-
lightful FA RMI, calledL he Chandler Farm,
on the'West Bank tf Connecticut River, in
Brattleboro', Vermout-con:aining between two
and three hundred acres of excellent Land,
much of it ifte rle. The price and terms will
be liberal. Applicatim may he made to the
subscribers in Bostoa, or to Saml. Eliot. Esq. At-
erney at Law, in Bratildbove',
PARK ER, APPLETON &0 Co.
Nov 1iv# rtead-rtieet.


The new and beautiful ship
"tPACKET, Z RoGBits,comman-
[tjk,& der, will sail in a-few days, has
three fourths of her cargo ready to
go oo board.. For Freight of the remainder or
Passage, having superior accommodations, ap-
to T. & J. WIGGIN, No 32 Broad-street, or
COOK FOSTER, 35 India-steet; For sale
on board said ship, 150 tens-BALLAST.. -
Jan,2
SFr Baltimore,:
The good schr UNITY, capt.
BaRny, to sail on Wednesday
next, lying opposite No 26, Long-'
*wharf--For a few tons light
Freight or Passage, apply to LM.. POPE, jr.
ship-broker, No 22, State-street, or to themas-.
ter on board, jail 5
FtoR \WILMINGTON, N.N.C.
The sch. lREW .UTION
lying Samuel Farnswort rnaster' 'vw
i lying opposite 1'o, 61, Nprth ride
i30 ,Long-wharf-will positively sail in
5 days-For Freight or Passage, apply to the
master on board, or to J. TJ. HOW No. 15,
Long-wharf. Jan 5


FREIGHT WANTED FOR LISBON.
EIGHT' hundred barrels
Flour can be taken on board the
Ship AMERICA, Capt. Stickney,
S s having two thirds of her crgoo en-
gaged and put on board. Inquire of LEMUJEL
POPE jun. Ship Breker No. 22, State-street, or
to the master on board. Jan 5
FOR FREIGHT",
." '' The* staunch and burthen-
A some brig THOMAS, built at
Sj DuAbury, now in complete or-
ei*tas der to-take a cargo. Inquire of.
LE.lMUEL POPE, Jr. Ship-broker 'No22 tate-
street.
.4Lso-3 ships, 206, 237 and 320 tons, 1 brig,
187 tons, high deck, sch'r 138 tons. '
I Freight wanted to Gottenburg, for a good brig
180 tons, ready to load. Jan 5
FOR FREIGHT,
The swift sailing brig HAR-
MONY, .Capt. Joy, new in com-
plete order to take a cargo, can be
dispatched immediately. Apply
to LEMUEL POPE, Jun. Ship Broker, No. 22
State-street. Jan 5.
Freight Wanted fir D-emrara.
S I About thirty tans of freight is
wanted*to complete the loading
of the brig HIRAM, which will
sail on the 5th of January. Ap-
ply on board the vessel at .Rowes-wkarf to Mr
BExeAmIxt PROctoti,or G. BURROUGHS, Jr.
No 9 India-street. ep3w dec 29

WILLIAM LITTLE,
.No. 2, Lone.-wharf,; as for sale,
30 Chaldrons Virginia Coal for
Smiths.
20 do Liverpool Coal for grates
500 bbis Turpentine
300 bbls Tar-
100 bbls Rosir. ...
30 oM.hhd and bbl Staves and Heading
20 bbls Navy mass Pork, .
50 boxes tin Plates-Horn Lanter leaves
20 crates crown Glass in sheets--Window
Glass, large sizes.
50 doz. Webb a patent Suspenders, sufie-
rior quality.
WANTED.
Three Vesels from 60 to 100 tons to.
proceed to Carolina and bring a cargo
to Boston. Jan 5
WILLIAM- FENNO,
Y9. 8, India-street, Has for sale,
-600 tierces, SALMON.
100 bbls. SALMON.
b 00 qntis. prime Newfoundland merchanta-
ble Codfish. Dec 19.
Ladies' London made Beaver Hats and
Bonnets.

CALEB HARTSHORN,
,.No. 6, Court-street, (South side.)
]HI[_AS imported in the Kingston, from London
'L.an additional.assortment cf elegant Ladies
Hats and onnets &c.-VJZ.
Ladies' white Hats and Bonnets, ful tried,
Do drab brown do do do.
Do brown do do do.
Do hare brown do do do,
Do blue do do do.
Misses' do do do do.
.Do brab do do do.
Do brown& hare brown do do do.
Men'ssuperfine Beaver Hats:
D l Milpa tt .d .-. .. t ....-
Boys drab, drab green under, and brown Hats ;
And a most superb assortment of Plumes, of va-
rious colours.
The above, with his former stock, makes his
assortment very good, which he intends to sell
on the most advantageous twrmi. 3m Nov 10.


F"OR Sale, by
JOSEPH P. BRADLEE,
Jo 12 Butler's-Row,
WINTER STRAINED OIL, of the first
quality, for families' use, in tin-Cannisters of 10
gallons each, and kegs of 15 gallons each.
May 30 tf
Township of Landf/r sale.
WITLL be sold et Public Auction; on the 15th
day of January next, an excellent Town-
ship of LAND, lying north of .the Waldo fa-
,tenit.bet. en tie rivers Kecn4ef and-Pt
scot, berng No 7, in the 8th Range, containing
23040 Acres, to which an unquestionable title
will be given. The terms will be very favoura-
ble for purchasers, and will positively be sold on
that day. unless previously disposed of at private
sale. For further particulars iuqaire of BEN-
JAMIN LEVERETT, at his o~te, Exchange
Building. I.tf .Daci
Pocket-Book Lest.
W1 AS lost at the Theatre last evening, a
small red MBroece Purse POCKET-
BOOK, containing about stvwnty-six dollars.-
The finder will confer no small obligation on the
sulecriber by restoring said pocket-book and re-
ceiving a liberal reward for its .restoration from
JAMES M. NEWCOMB, at Granger's Ho-
.el; D 3S


Rc'r-.zal to No. 9, Marlioro'.srce,,.
A &s A. CHBALD. with sensibility an.d
gratitude express their Than'i. and Ac-
knowldgemim,--s to their Friendsand the Putpic
in general, f.-'r the earl)' exertions arU kind tL-
tentions they cKperiencta during the t, -
and byv wh.ch a considerable part if" their
Property and Fiirni,. e have been saved. They
have again opened their Gor-dl for sale, at the
Shop, formerly occ'ipied by Mr. J -iH Mc FAA- .
LANE, No 9 M1a.'5..r'-.-tr. 'et, and solicit the
patronage of Friends and Customers, to er'.ble
them to retrieve their losses. 3p Dec 29
REMOVAL.
"nRIDGE & CONANT, inform thwir fiend
and customers .that -'tey h ''e r.,.mceJ
from ,No 61 Newbury-street to No '1 UNION-
S 'R Er, (rrec .ntl.-:'w,cird Ain Mr i tyda.r
4t7pen) where they "ff:r for sile, a T'ereral aa-
ortmentuf European .**- India GOUOS., heaZ
.4r cash e )ly. rn dec 19

REMOVAL.
A MOS 05LA sRlSesN hias Ramova-1
No 31 to 46 .okiu t.L, (.it're lately cc-
cupiedby David Greenugih.) Dc 19

R. W. GERRY & Co.
JVo. S, (nortm iide) Court-stret, two doors
fidmn Cornhill.
H_ 1AVE just received, in addition to their for- .
J. mer stock,
case elegant French 4 do common Flannels,
Ribbons, ,. 2 do Baises,
1 do do English Sars- i do Duffils,
nets, t do Coating,
1 bale superfine Broad- I case Linen Threads%
cloths, 4 trunks low price Cal-
2 do middling do do. icoes,
3 (lo low prio'd do do. 1 do Furniture Patca,
2 do Rose Blankets, 1 bale Bocking,
I do Bombazets, 600 ps. Cotton Ferret.
2 do super Cassimeres, 300 ps. black Galloons-
1 do Pelisse Flannels,
Elegant Shawls-English Silk
Gloves-Silk Umbirellas-C-ari eting-H1losiery
-London Velvetinig--Velver, ic. 3m n.i. 7

THOMAS FURBER,
No 28 U ioku-5T7e',
AS just received by the Wasp, Jane, and
other late arrivals from England, 'a large
and extensive assortment of superfine, middling
and low priced Broadcloths and Cassimeres,
comprising all the fashirable colours. Blues
Green and Black Queen'. Cloths,-and sgperfine
blue, green black, and biwwa Cassimeres tor La-
dies wear; mixed, blue; drab and black Impe-
rial and Prince's cord&for Gentlemen's panta-
loon's; Satinets -. Vestingi.; common and fine
coatirgs and Moleskins, for gentlemen's great
coats and Surtouts ;fine and common drab'Ker-
seys Haunter's cloths; :,Twill'd Duffila, Forest-
cloths, Vc. 3im NqV 14

JOHN E. TYLER,
"3A 83. S:ate-atreet,
LIFAS reeerivd by the Juno, blue black, bot-
J tle green, mixed, drab and brown broad-
cloths and Cassimeres, Rose Blankets, Coat-
irigs, Swansdown Vestings, Flannels and Baize=
also, by the New Galen and George, from Lon-
don, West of England Broadcloths and Cassi-
rs"rOsf -4a a istnmerit
0o oest~Patent Silk Plash Hais of the most ap-
proved fashion, which. are offered for sale on
reasonable terms,. 3rapw, eet 4
NEW GOODS.
JOHN KUHN, TAILOR,
No 13, STATE-STRSiT,
SAS for sale a variety of GOODS ofthene tr
L est importations---viz.-
Black, blue, brown, olive, drab,
and mixed BROADCLOTHS---double and.
single milled ditto, of various shades---black,
blue, mixed, light and drab Cassinmees-.Prin-
ces Cords--blue, dijh anLd.mnixed Stocking Web
---Vesting of various kinds, and many other a'-
tidles suited to his line of business,
Nov 21 4meop
BLANKETS.
ISAAC MANSFIELD, No 7# Union-ttreet,
I offers fc. sale, at reduced fliries, a bale of
Rose BLANkETI assorted, from 7-4 tg 12-4.
Al.lo, Ladies' fleecy silk GLOVES.
Dec 12 epsw
India Cottons, &?c.
SWEET & ISAAC, No 14 and 15, Court-
street, have just received
A new assortment India Cottpns, from 1 doll
25 cts to 8 dols per piece.'" Also,",
Black .Canton Crapes, at a reduced price.
Wanted, as above, 3000 pair Morocco and
Kitl Shoes, 1000 Straw Bonnets, Tow Cloth
and Diaper; for which good pay will be given.
Dec 12 6w
McFarlane, Fletcher & Gardiner,

s supply of best SHEFFIELD PLATEl
WARE, consisting of
Tea Setts complete, including Tea
and Coffee Urns, of new and elegant patterns ;
Cake and Fruit Baskets with rich shell borders
and gilt bottoms ; cut glass Salts, gilt inside;
round and oblong Candlesticks, silver mounted;
2 and 3 light Branches; chamber Canilesticks
Snuffers and Trays; elegant cat glass Casters,
and liquor Stands ; Decanter Stands, te.--.Ap-
ply at their SErre, No. 59, Cornhill dec 22'
A certain Cure for a certain Disor-.
der, by means of the Iedicine as trepares
by the late Dr. FRANCIS BERTODr.
7fpHIS remedy has stood the test of twenty
.11 years,experience, its operation is speedy
and safe, anr may be conducted without this
knowledge of a second person. The vender e
at liberty to mention the names of some of die
most respectable Physicians in this town, vrhu
have repeatedly used it in he most difficult cac.
sos, an4 with the greatest success. A pamph-
let accompanies the npedicine, Ha which every
thing, necer.saiy to be knowvfi, iy puiaitfi out. ;,
,thaiearcarmat mnuer. Prie a '.Us.-Apply at
-.NoI: 44 Mdvrtf-.treet. (it) Ja. 27
TO LET,
A CELLAR wider the- store occupied by
Messrs DAVIS & BROWN, oornMer of
Milk and Marlboro'-streets, suitable for Wineo
or W I Goods, for which it has been hnp-oVet-
Inquire at No 34 Mrlborit-street.'
eptf dec 22

BOSTON PATRIOT,

WE DNESDA8YS AND SATIdRDAYS,
BY ISAAdC MVJN ,ROA,. "
AlI" EDITED
'BY DAVID EVIERET7'.
Four Sollars yearly......ALx IN abVAcL.




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