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Title: The Albany Argus
Uniform Title: Albany Argus (Albany, N.Y. 1813)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: J. Buel
Place of Publication: Albany N.Y
Creation Date: November 9, 1821
Publication Date: 1813-1825
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 26, 1813)-v. 13, no. 1328 (Oct. 14, 1825).
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THE


ALIBAN 'Y ARGUS.


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VOL. IX.J


PUBLISIIIED ON TU1~D II'S 4~J) F.dD JYS BY' .0 ,NI'INE & LEAKE, PRINTERS TO THE STATE.
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TERMs.
FOUR DOLLAR PER ANNUl M..
ON~ A, 7IF0 1TO K PAID IN ADVANCE.
*,* Sabscripti.ns for less than a year to be
p,id w!tolly in advance.-lVo papers stopped
till arrears arc paid up.
,I A tVEKT'isE'iiENTsco'npicuousaly insert-
ed on the cs.tonma-ry tert;'.-
S,* Insolelnt notices inserted six weeks for
o,1 dljl.e'r and sixty-seren cents, ten weeks for
Irco dollars-and notices of absconding debtors
t.r4e" months for $6 715-to be paid in advance.
,*4 All Letters and Communications must bt
post paid.
iVSo mail stubscriplions received far less
'i an three months.

Canal .avigation.
T HEI Ahsacriher continues ise STORAGE and
FOKWAI'DING business in Utica, by the
Erie Canal. Th'lse mercha.. Is, and other persons,
It ho may ro.n.icn Produce or Goril.i ti, lis'care. may"
dfiend on his faithful utteoul't:i tiohh eahwe.
S H UENRY B ELY.
Utica, 30th March. 1821 641 Nov

NOTICE..
Tickets & Shares in the Grand

Literature Lottery,
FIFTH CLASS,
May be had at present for $12, hut may soon rise
to$13
GRAND PiIZES.
I of :$30 000 40 of 1000
2 of 11,01)1 50 of f 500
3 of 5000 100 of 100
4 of 2500 152 of 50
Besides a great tua.ber of smaller ones. Not 2
Blanks to a Prize.
The iistaribution of the above splendid prizes will
take place in tite month of Nove-iber next. The
gi eai dispatch which has usniormrly been made in the
drawing of the former classes of this lottery; the
promptness wilh which the prizes has, and will coo-
tiuue to he ahdvancedil; the immensen'.i-her of splen-
did capital prizes, corbiind with the low price of
tile tickets, afflid the greatest inducement to ad-
ventuterB to make investment in this lottery, coo-
ferspedly the most blitliant and popular of any now
offered to the Anerican public.
Whole tickets $ 12 Quarters $3
Halves 6 1 Eighths 1 50
Girders by mail or private conveyance, for tickets
tr this lrc2 7, t.ill meet prouipt attention, addressed
to

B. 0. TYLER,
No. 446 South Market-stre, t, Albany.
August 29, 1821. 98


AND ruin all business which is to be transacted
with Dame Fortune; therefore call immedi,
alely at Fortune's favorite office, No 65 State-steel,
and secure either the $30,000, $10,000, or $5,000,
in the

Literature Lottery,
SPLENDID SCHEME.
SIX fTi CLbd...
e pr;zeof $3o:,000 is $30,000 -
2 do. 10,000 20,000
3 do; 5,000 15,000
4 do 2;500 10,000
40 do. 1,000 40,000
40 do. 500 25,000
100 do. 100 10,000
152 do. 50 7,600
7,800 do. 12 02,400
8,052 prizes 25,000 tickets. $250,000
16,948 blanks
Prizes and blanks to he draw. Drawing to enwB.
rneoce on the 28th of November next All the pri-
zes floating and put in the wheel as follows:
1 prize of$2,500 after 7,000 ticketeshall be drawn.
I do ;2,b00 do 10,000 do do
1 do 5,000 do 15,000 do do
I do 10,000 do 17,000 do do
i do 30,000 do 20,000 do do
All other prizes floating from the commencement
of tha drawing.
Tickets and shares for sale by

J. B. Southwick,
No. 65 State-street. Albany.
Present price of tickets only $12, shares in pro.
portion.


Orders from any part of the country endcl
cash or prize tickets in other Lotteries grateful
eeived and promptly attended to.
Aug. 96

Lake Champlain Steam-Boa




T'HE Phenix, commanded by Capt J Sher
leaves Whitehall every Tuesday and Satu
at 2 o'clock P M and St Johns every Monday
Friday, at 8 o'clock A, M.
The Congress, commanded by Capt R. W.8
man leaves Whitehall every Thursday mornio
5 o'clock, and St Jrhns every Tuesday after
at 2 o'clock. This boat has ample accommnoda
or passengers, but runs more particularly for fr
and as an accommodation to those who ship by
she wi!l run ttroughl principally In the day tic
For the accoasmodation of parties visiting tlh
clent fortresses of Ticonderoga and Crown P
and the more memorable battle ground of M'
ough's engagement, the Congress will leave W
ball at her usual time, and if desired, stop one
at Ticonderoia, Crown Point, Burlington and PI
burgh, meeting the Phoenix at Cumberland
and by returningin her to Whitehall they will
viewed the principal interesting scenery on theI
and made one of the most delightful exca
which our country can boast of, in two days on
N B The company will be responsible for
tost or dama ed by the carelessness or negl
-cheir captains or agents only, and in o Other
whatever.
August 4. 91 m2

NOTICE.
ISAAC HUTTON having assigned a
estate, real and personal, to us the su
hers, in trust for the benefit, of his credit
as specified in the said assignment, we
fore require the creditors of the said
Hutton, in his individual capacity, or
ing responsible for the debtsofthe late
chanicVille Manufacturing Company,
the ate firmofisaac and George Hutto
present their respective accounts ror a
ment; and allthoseindebted to him or
other of the said concerns, are require
make immediate payment to the said
Hutton, orMesasrs. Henry & M'Kown,
are legally autihorised to give effectua
charges when paid in full.
WILLIAt.M JAMES,
rBENJAMI[N KNOWER,
FRANCIS A. BLOODG
Norv I.


S. DEMARIEST,
HJ AS returned to his elegant brick MANSION
HIOUSE, is the village tit' Wattedord, Sasa-
toga county, and h, puit eveiy part of the above-
es5tabiihEtitt in eonMpletI- repair
The above lihse'cuntais .many farge, airy, and
plea-Anit singie and doihble bed chaalhers, whirl,
have been recently ftruid lied i itli 61st rate newI hiii
matrasses and extra fli,- linen. M ODe,iares l ha-
kept said house near twenty years. doirzag whitbl
pli iod he has had the honor of entertaining the
rmoet respectable and gonteel company fromi ail thi*
stilartic statefin tile ontioi, and thirisands from Eli
|)e Fromin hi expi ierince in the hiisine4s. and the
re-puation his hlonue has aciiriied. lie hope sos i
,ealitF the patronage of his for nel fied-rs, and la
,lies ard gentlemen passing to and trnaii the Basistun'
and Sarati ga Sprines, of Ca cada ; lie will spai e n'
pains to afford comfort an ld stisfaction to those whore
uniS please (ofivor him witii their company.
Auzust 2, 1821. 9f


" I,SZ; ES 'Fl il.tN1r,!ASTS .%;Hllpen a ?CHOnL
.V.1 .l ii- Ida t "e' slliicatant, in tliis" eiy, at
N. 67 11miilton-streel, rvnxt tothecornert "iitt
Pear:-street They wril 'reav) Spelling, tReadi g
W itiig, Arith:netic, Enllish (rammar, Gcogrrapl )
rii. Plaini and Ornar.,r.nital NeVIlewvork ; aid i :11
paystrictatti,.fion totlithepupil ewho may he confided
to thu '.iitare.
.4 Ibainq, Mt.v3.,182I. G.1


NEW
iMe, an% Leather Store.

H. FORSYT11,
L ATE ene of the (fr iof W. 11. SHaYStovn, & Co
L i.A8 cir!Dnf eer himself in busnrres with
I"l I 'ii) HUVIPl-IR;'-V oider thefirn of
VOr s- tO&h 1& lxm XAhr e,
Anin otfei ,-'r sale fori cash ,r .ipprov-,d erelitr, ;-it
No 16. the clrrner of tat aird Dck-ste sets, a gen-
eralassortnienit of
SPANISH HIDES,
CARRIERS' AND CARDING OIL,
%Iao. nsoli and Upper [esthier, Motorcc aind
Calf Skins, Skirting. Bridle and Harness Leathtr,
Shoe Linings and Binding ; with a good supply tof
TAlNNIERS' & CURRIERS' TOOLS. Cash
paid, or Hides exchanged for Ijeather
Albany. May 28, 1321. 73ay

CANAL BOATS.
THIE PkCKLT BOATS
Montezuma A' Oneida Chief.
I -VE conntenced their regular trips o the
Erieaoanl from Utica to Weed's basin,
Leaving Utica ad Weed's basiu every morning,
(Sundays excepted,) at 8 o'clock they will arrive at
Utica aud Weed's basin the next morning at 7 o'
clock, carriages will be in waiting to convey passen-
gers to Auburn.
The Boat CHIEF ENGINEER, will leave Mon.
tezimoa every morning, and meet the above boats at
Weed's basii and return with the passengers to
Mnnteczurma
Tihe ,hole route, 96 miles, will be performed in
about 26 hours.
Utica May 31. 1821, n


A.I ,i', -juiu r t,.;,i;L of Merinoand
V Common Wool, for which cash will be paid.
Also, the highest price paid for Sheep and Lamb
Skins.
THOMAS HILL,
No.512, South Market street.
Albany, June 6, 121. 74m66

WILLIAM & JOHN JAMES,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
No. 18 South street, New VYoik.
C ONTINUE to make liberal advances on all
kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE left with
them for sale. Their experience in the markets, with
the particular attention that shall he devoted to the
interest of their friends, afford a confidence that
they will give satisfaction to those, who confide pro.
perty to their care.
Reference-Robert James, & Co. and James Kee.
ler, & Co -Albany.
February 20, 1821. 43eply

John L. Tillinghast and
Alvan Burr,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
r aVE opened their office i the village of An-


FRESH GROCERIES. NEW LAW BOOKS.
Just receieddandfor sale by the subscriber, -*' k V.-' d & o r
W' EN IV Yoestsaindhalll ests i IT-.. yousr 00 1lfTOI. O .ltl ot s & o.
J !,yso.n, hyson sktin, and holes ETE .I 1 tlhr. I" AVE jsal published, and for sale at their store
-,t inpripottaions. ai.d veiy supneior qua ity. T.r No l-94 Stath Street.
Liit, lump, white i- avn.i anil hr;wan SUGAFS, A Treatise in the civil jurisdiction of a Justice-
Jaatica .t C.oix iid N. E. aum; of ie Paee of the ;;tate of NeA-Y,,tk, by Esek
CogniarBiandty, t Cotwein, Esq Counnsllor at Law. Price$5 This
Holland and Pirponta Gi work contains tieforms, as well as the principles of
Java End grion coffee,. the law in every case th,it can ocentr befnie a jimtice
Chocolate. rfce. pepper pilento, ol the.peace. It is writteairs au easy and fair.iliar
Gilnger, noutrec-s, cassisa,esqf, t.,bacco, sttle and intended partieidarly for tire use of Mag-
Codri-.h, tisekerel. coaise and flue salt, i.ates, Constables, and Snitore; pointing oiit their
'all petre indigo. 1,c ff. dailies in the progress of a suit from its commeue..s-
dl4 rainsmi:i. fias, pronesalmonds, filhe.rtr. Bra- ment toittaermination,wi1t| opi6lus notes, and ref-
zil .otq, MAlira (into, c..cua nults,pean Band 'a' erenceseto te Lawiaind .eprits of thits state partic-
ny) other a ticpes in the erocey' and frnit line1; all of ua)iy, and to Ameiican and Eaglish Reports gender,
,hirh will he i'sll at i holesrale or itil, .o as rea- ally.
-onable terms is can te purchased in Ilh city. 51l Volnme of the Laws of the State of New-
A KIMRIALL, ok, passed lle2, 43, s.and 4h Sesioinn of the
No. 41;8 S Market.street, tic. d.tors south of Legistature, frona January 1810, to April 1821, will
the 'Vmuis>,m a gen.-rnl iidex.
.M 24 12I L iNilt ,of iti- 'onrt of Comt oiT Plgeasand May

L --- .. ,- ,--s ir, 1ilit,,'id n,y," iuilnilBlttt .rie .r. i 'iteio:n .Tgletherwitinills
s-h' V -; O' Pt : t ( l I. L h.i Bit- l| c0 i-, mad.- tJ..' 1.-121. "
ter. Chesc, Beea'. 1'aik, and If Ai-kt.f, at lise aco (li tW I..Ij C. nGvo., lately received the 6th. Vol.
.! i llk-.Steet Vlark-Lane, by'r I of M imfiIrdI Virginiab Reports. Musfords G.enter-
N CtfIUM RICE al I)nr Who now hasnn hand. and iitendis contslanlly t. Tog ether weith a gerseral asaortmentof New Law
keep a supply onf(ROUND PLASTER, from l0ti Publication. LAW BLANKS, and elegant
-,,il -rine. iv.,cc.npie..nlbhyMeisrs, Math, & Thiiurne. J 1' i. PRCien S
ttb,,n,. 17th Sept 18212 4 ,on parchment, for Attorneys and Counsellors at the

HBf nk Hi-ok, Platin and Fansuy Suireme. Ciort.atnd for Solicitors and Uouteillors
of the Court of Chancery.
IND.I TNG. .lhnn. Jultv 31, 182 891 f
w\\iau lt Puartnership. \
LiAT,. hat tilitit Vac,, eghnltnt Se.-nlor, C -DiWITT BLOODGOOD & JOHN TAYV-
t,.-is kas to info1l( bhe public thai ie haIs re- IER. COOPER, have formed a connexion in
,etd .d. th29 c-,- niero' Sru ant id Nhirtl Market- bsuies, as Altoruies at Law. reheir office is in
1:vrtl<; andlh.,tlire has furnished hiinself citltlStateastraet, immediately over tlte Post cfico
first rae RULING MACHINE Albany. August 27, 1821 98

anmd all ,the. ,npleIments necessary to manufacture Glaret Y rine, W. 1 Shru6, c&c.
Blank B-nks, of every ecriptio, necessary for the Cases, I doz. ea Claret Wine,
ins,--ol f er,hbnis. hankiug houses, and other public 15 Cases, e ine, Superiorc
.,frice, whiciliecaun ,aanufacture at as I-.wa rate as 6 qt. casks W. 1. Shrub, quality.
they am) hi- ,had in many part ofthe U, States, of the 3 quarter casks old Port Wine.
best mateiials aud workmanship. -,3 tierces cocoa nuts,
fle r.tuen his thinks for the past favors he has 10 barrels pea nuts,
-eceived rrown a generous public, and informs there, 12 sacks fine salt,
ne conaiues tocollae and perfect that celebrated 10 boxes Muscatel raisins,
work rf Doctor ltees, the CYCLOPEDIA, and 5 barrels lump sugar.
hinds them at his usual msoderare prices, in au excel ALSO-
lautstyle 'rhusewho possess this work are again 15,000 Cabann, Delpiao and Martin's brand
reminded, that it cannot have the imperfections ue. Sears, fa superior quality.
cessaryt and he thinks hii expeiieuce from binding a large, J M. & A. CUYLER,
number of theam.enbles hima to do the work mor AuNo. 482 South Market-street.
pet ectly than any others csaild do. Agust 7,1821. 91
Gentleuman residingin the country would dowell to' NE W BOOKS
look to thibis in time, .,n it will soon he impossible '. E r sale b F BCKUS ,
to obtain an imperfection. Jut reetteand for sale by E F BCKUS No.
N B allr o-demsfor ruling ofanl pattern, or bin-. 67 State-street.
diun. gratefully received and punctuallyattended to. 'Pulic Documents rel g to the Vew- York
October. 2 1821. 7 Cxnals, wilt an Introduction.


Albany Military Land Office,
Corner of State and Pearl-steels, under the office
of the *\ibauy Aruis,


T :'XES-Persons holdings thina well it, recollect that they are st i act in toasc from
the date of the first conveyance from the soldiers.
The lands held by soldiers in Illioais become taxable
the present year, if the taxes are not paid in due
time, the lands willbe sold -To avoid this couse'
quence, application may be made to the Albany
Military Land Office. All applications must de-
signate the quartersection onil which the tax is to be
paid, and if the land h'as been conveyed, the date
of the first conveyance must be stated. On receiptof
such information, postagepaid. the amount of tax
will be promptly assessed and the necessary receipt
transmitted, and when the first years' tax shall have
been paid, the owner of the lands will have no fur-
ther trouble.
CONVEYANCES.
These are required to be recorded within three
months from their respective dates, in Missouri and
Arkansas, and within one year in Illinois, On
their transmission to my agency the expense of re-
cording will be ascertained and communicated.
ELIAS WILLIAMS.
Taxes will be paid on Virginia lands and the state
of titles ascertained if required, by
F_. 1ILLIAMS.
.4pril I 93tf
JVOR TI RIVER


going Jl gelica nThey willattenxd to all business ap
lyre- pertaining to their profession, in the Supreme Court,
and.in the Courts of Common Pleas in thecouuty of
a ullegany and the adjoining counties. ,
November 17. 1820. 31
at. Just Received,from Washington City, and for ("N Monday the 17th september, iist. this line
sale at WEBSTERS' & SKINsERS' O. will be arranged for the remainder ol the sea-
son, as follows:
Th, ationa Calna I "a ollo FROM ALBANY.
For 1821-Containing, The Chancellor Livingston, Capt. S. Wiswall,or
mao, HE entire Civil List-the Army List-Navy the Richmond, Capt. Center, for New-York every
rday, I List-Tariff of Duties-Members of Con- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 10 o'clock,
y and gress and Coinmittees-Electors of President and A. M.
Vice President of the United States-Governor's ol The Fire-Fly, Capt. Thos. Wiswall, on Wednee.
Sher- the several States-Imports and Exports-Patents day at 5 o'clock P. M. for New-York, touching at,
og at for 1820-Statement of Sales of Land, &c. &c.-- Potghkeepsie, Newburgh, West-Point & Sing Sing;
noon, Embellished with a north view of the Capitol-and and rom Pnoughkeepsie for New-Yotk on Saturdays,
ations Floor Plans of the Senate and Houseof Represen- at 7 o'clock A. M. touching at Newburgh, West-
eight; tatives.- Price $1 50. Point and Sing Sing.
Sheer, March20. 51 FROWV NEW-YORK.
e h0 The Chancellor Livingston, or Richmond, every
le an .lbany "Lana Offce. uesa, Thnsday and Saturday, at 4 o'clock P.
Point' Corner of State and Pearl streets, under the office The Fire-Fly, on Monday, at 8 o'clock A, M.
ite- of the Albany -rglia for Albany, touching at Sing-Sing, West Point,
houre- ASH WILL BE P1AID FOR 1000 QuaTran Newhi0ghi and Poughkeepsie; and tor Poughkeep
ahourt SCac-tions of Land in theArkansas Military sin on Friday at 8 o'clock A. M.
head, Survey. 0^r-l'ursuant to a resonltinn of the North river
heave All letters post paid, on this subject. will be at- tean-boat company, public notice is hereby given,
lave tended to.L thIat agreeably to the charter ol the said company,
lak Ap ELIAS WILLIAMS. their boats %ill continue to carry small freight,as
saly. April17, 1821. .9tf they have heretofore been used to do and not other-
goods M AUFACTORY OF w'se. But all g-ods, wares, merchandise, monies,
good of MANUFACTORY OF hak paper, notes, writings, bills, plate, watches,
Sway Va' Cla.i-Ln-'I l i- Si &C jewelry, pasengers baggage, or luggage' trunks or
1i1[9 subecrcihr returns his most gratefvnl thInks parcels, whatiaevel, which may be shipped or trans.
2. .3 to his friends and thie public, for tie liberal ported ont oadof yoftheboatsoftie said rm-
patronage he has already received, and informs pan, hall besoat the rik of the respective owners orthe
them that in addition to his establishmentin Utica, s .hilppers, rid also, that tie said mrespany, or the
1 he hasrpened a shop at I &1.ow sa's Fn torkhlders therein, will not opay, be responsible o t
11 his csa, in this city, where he manufactures his highly liable for, any loss or se avich may rise o
bscri- approved 'i.oens, Haneows, HoSse noes or cl- Iappenin the sipmen, ranspotation o deliver
[itors, Livators, calculated to work among Indian cotiu,pIr of any shipmunt as foresid.LNCH, JrSccry
there. tatoes,h&c.&c. and by theapplication of which murhls S. LYNCH, Jr Sc' r
Isaac rnannal labor will be saved; DaILL BAnnows for September 14.
a be- planting corn, turnip and other sauall seeds; CAsT's STAT-e orl Ntw YORK, LAND OFFIica
m FrAasHsuo MAcI Ns and other of ithe most ap- AlIbany, August 22d 1821 M
oe- proved implements of husbandry He will also f"URLIC notice in hereby given, that in virtue
or of contract to build GaITs MILLs. MALT ROLLINO JL of thse ,ct, entitled'* an act in addition to the
on, to vMACHINKS,land most kinds ofM lACHINtsR. For ins several acts rettive to escheated lauds and for oth-
idjust, formation respecting the above mentioned ploughs, or pnurposet," passed April 141h 182)U, an action of
to ei- the public arereferredto the Utila Gazette of May ejectment no the demise of the People of this state.
red to 1820, the Plough Boy,or Journal of the State Board mas been brought against Hobby Austin, one of the
Isaac of Agricultre, Nos 42, 49, 4 19 of vol. I; Ns. I, -tenantsand occupants ,f Lot number jiftt- our, in
ilwho 18,27, 28,36, of vol.2; the New York Stateaiuan, hIe township uf Hector, in the count ol Tompkins
Sdia- and Albany Argus of Dec. 12, 1820, and many othe-r ,ing part of what is commonly called the Military
newspapers punlinhed in the United States. i'roce, to recover that part ofsaid lot of nhihh said
Orders taken in at the store of 1. & J. Townsend, Austin is in possession, on the ground that the same,
or at his factory at the furnace, where all ord-'rs will ai.a eAcheated to the people of this state. And the
be thankfully received, and punctually attended to. -,lid \ustin has given a cianiovit in said suit.
OOD' HENRY BURDEN. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL.
ftf Albany, Feb. 1821. 39 9Um3 Clerk of the Land Office.


Fbsfters Essay, on the evils of popular ignoran.c.
Italy, by LRdy Morgan.
Memonir of the Rev. Henr Mart.yr.
Review of Doct. Emmons's Theory of God's a-
g yt. on mankind.
lectures on ancient Hisloryiy- So.,1WtflelpTey.
-sufstey&LLpf of ff'estey and his Cotemporaries.

Sust received,"
At the Book StoreofE. F. BACKUS, NVo. 67 State-
street,
The New Mfonthly Magazine i by Thomas Camp-
be.l, author of the Pleasures of Hope.
Also-The second edition of the Farmer's A.ssis-
tant
Oct. 1st 1821.


Caution.
ALL, persons are hereby forbidden to harbor or
employ a negro mran, the property of the sub
scriber, by the name of TOBE.
ABM. H WHITBECK.
Aug 21,1821. 96
MARSHAL'S SALE.
The United States of Imerica. s
Northern District of New. York
B Y virtue of a writ of fieit facias, issued out of
Sthe district court of the United Statee, for the
norteixa'district of New-Vork, mid to me directed
aId olWeren, I will expose to sale at pilaic auc-
tion on Tniedaay the I"firh day of October next, at
12,,'cloc*k t nuoo at Itockwell's isansion hoise, i'i
theipaof lbanyr lt thre b right, ttls-and interest
of Gilbert Stewart, of, in, and to the following de-
scribed gproperlyin tie city and couitly of Albany,
vis: the ti.use and lot known as No. 132 on the
snuth side of State-Street, and at present occupied
by Mfr. Jones. the dlt being :3 feet front andi rear,
by 135 feet in depth. Also the house and lot on the
North side of State street, bounded on the enst by
property belonging to Webb & Dumrrler on the weEt
by property of Samiiel Dexter. Also lots No 10
Uad 11. as the same are laid down on Van Alet's
map on 61fil in the clerk' office of the county, situate
on the north side of the great western tuinpike, in
the 2d ward of said city, tog,,ther with all and sirgu--
lar the appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any
wise appertaining Dated this 22d day ol -ingirat,
1821; 7 97017
J. W. LIVINGSTON, Marshal.
(tF-The fale of the above property, is postponed
until the 13th day of Ntovember next, at the same
place and hour.
J. W. LIVINGSTON Marshal.
October 16th 1821.
IN CHANCERY.
State of.New-York, ss.
IN pursuance ofan order of this honorable court,
bearing date the twenty-sixth day of September,
1821, Will be sold at public auction, at the Capitol, in
the city of Albany, on the fifteenth day of November
next, at twelve o'clock at noon. under the direction
of the subscrilar, all that certain farm, piece, or par-
cel of land, lying and being in the town of Bern, in
the county of Albany, and distinguished by being the
southwesterly part of lot number four hundred and
thirty nine, in the manor of Rensselaerwyck, and
bounded as follows: On the north, by a line running
through the middle of said lot, parallel r ith the north
line ofsaid lot; on the east, by the rod tht lead that leads to
Abraham Young's, southerly to the Albany and Del-
aware tiripike; on the south, by the north line of
the farm ofJobEarls; on the west, by the lot line of
John Stoneburner, tothe place of beginning; and con.
gaining sixty one acres and three fourths ofan acre of
land; and subject, in proportion to the number of
acres, to the rents, covenants, conditions, and reser-
vations, contained in the original lease of the whole
lot;,granted by Stephen Van Rensselaer, Esq. pro-
prietor of the manor of Rensselaerwyck; and also
subject to an exception of a privilege to lead water
away from a certain spring, near the east line of said
farm. Dated October 23d, 1821
CALVIN PEPPER.
13T3 Msrs ter in Chancery.
VOTrICt;.--The undersignerd, in thair of theisai v,,
and asri'tates, nt.nd alpplying to the hinourraltl
the Legilitare nithis State. at iir next session, tnr
an act orinturporationfor a Bank, with banking lprisi-
lege, iy the name and styl ot tie .Tradesmen's B-ink
oftie-Cityof'Nt- .York." with a Capital nl D. 500.000
tio b," locatdl in or near Cataltim Square, in the City ot
New.Yortk,
James Hall, John D. Brown,
David Marsh, Shivers Parker,
Eldad Holmes, Gilbert S Mount,
Samuel Cowdrey, win. Thorn.
obert Dodge,s
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-I 6.-i -e c/ 'yI orderoft'Willini L. Mnarni,Esq.recorderof the city
wi ianQ~ileryN 8C, (Yoct-Y r "of, Troy,utci e Ash-.rrb7 s-il.;I.olil title ccwlit.r".
R- l ............ .v .. .i 11 i f f Jatiwt 'l7, of* >lveS tosr 01 Grrenbosilnl county," ot
SSEPH iDENNIN, hip Chandler and Gro i seller, isl he ittn b tor i t thew cause it
scer. Albany, Nlo., ilironl-street, four ldora they beliacafore rhe said recorder, at his otiheintlie
eastof. Trowbridle' Mwnruni, asid L. & S. DEN. city I'riroy,iii t the countitly oitcistelreroin i,.- t eenrty-
'ISON, at Sarke'lif HI.aror, have cn-rstaniily of eighth day of November next. at to o'clock in thie Jtl.-
hand and offer for Eale, chai for cash or approve 'soon, why ainsasiRguine.tol tile said insolvneilts tst:a
calp e a [er i, should riOt be irnale, ard his person be exemprelltfro r
crenhic, 5p isprinounreni, prscraorito the ,let entitite ci,'loi l -'
Seioe Twine, Nsia. I anod 2, of a superior quality e abolish iapruonta nit nor ildt in certain cases .' pari,
Sail n opkers Twine. april 7,t1819. lsaied ol urerS, 01321. 13r'6
Russia Hemp, Corndage.i asiiol fornlargeisudemal ieY order of itrrs Garrison, Esqb. rast itsle o : iti-e
craft, court of comraon pleas in and for the country o.
Do. White ropp, Puitnam, notice is htiereby iiei to all these redisioit i
Russia duck, No 1, 2and .9 iacob Badean, or CaSrnl in said county, etor tsotlvnt
Holndto ck o ; w Rn h ,n a r rr e orn, o sthew cause, iI any b iey havebel af i at, l- airt
Hollarnid Duck; Ravens ODcl, |inudge, asthioffice in Philt.s,ir in,iis sid cou.}nty.y nrcr-
Itusais Sheetoniige, eenth day of December re-t, at 1. o'clock isn t v Itra-
Tar, Pitch and Ros0nr, noon, why anassiirn n t of thr said insrteuIt'setreta
Oskumn, Anchor sand h iorkst, should not be mslde, for the hrnefitoi al is crdisnr,.
Shad, Mackarel arnd Herrisit, and It pie rsoin.e t.s l e ir n robm inis Ii rri-
pursnant to the act.,cntltd irc an act to aliolth in p.ri..
CoGlihb,. pickled iSalton, and Salt, and a general mentor debt inr ertAiin ctasei'passei April?, iLl'.
a sortirietil ol Dased OctoberL. 132. h Bll.dnb si, insolent. 3T0.
Weat-India and European DRV GOODS. rj .,- i t..Tar ts,.k. ,, -emi.r a rnric.,
4flrsnvs, a i. 111i0 3resf ic rof "ro ..-,, o, 1 s. ni i;. Nf--a .s' ...t


ANTI D~iz'A FT'CJ PlLWq if ou -----------, All s*i ,
A N pprl wo ered s o tidte-mdy fole I ... ,,,.j ie.., ..., h i, an rnCt
. Dysapepsia, or Indigestion and habitual Cos- he oediciharg, dlpursu.e ut o the act,gvititi rd aln aer
tiveriess. n c T or giving relief ins crse, Of t'insclvelcy," and the ian,
It is well known that Dyspepsia isa one of the arrienuling thle aue. listed Oerr.r tRs 13s. 6Tl0
most frequent and forosidbhle diseases of our BY order ot Jolin T. Irving asqt. first ridg. of nhit
country, especially nur cities. Its commence court ofeamcmionp)laca. in ant]r for tec ti asrsd con-,
ment is indicated in ditercut patients by various thy sofaeYrk, nISice is ereaisontas ir t
symiptoms,e of walu cfi la most renariahleare Irr s cam..Iadny they lisve.er-rlor iremal aijug, at sis of
sd faith o e borels, Oistintle Costieness, Violent fcin the city hallofsaid cil. on til twoeniet day iy O'
fleodaclie, commonly called rrvos or sick Head t-eemher next, at lo o'clock in sithe t"orerinon wh) an
ache, Yetonsinessoftiil. i.ys, cidilty of stonsmach after assignmeint of thesaid.instlvent', estate sioult,' not be
eating, lattutlce or wAnind ospe thiciton,,ach,re a tiri made. tandibis. rteisna be a misredit h imn r
reedy Battel rt tsrsteintreto, as cr entbicItled rnorterr dischapurs uarntto t he act, entitled" an act to iboritl.sok.
Choc, Bitter ste in te miith in the irnii prisoninent for debt in certain cases," passed April
Ftud Breath, Drnti-n'.ns tiler diisacr. Debili y, s1819. Dated October 4, 1821. 9 O o
1I.-onsilude, Emaciation, Depression of Spirits, Stc. -- orde-rof Tosssenh BRoar, Esq.a u ndge o' ttssourt
lThe pillsnow offered asunautidute to adiseaiase o ol common pleas in and for the s iaju oft Corst
formidable as the above, are not proposed om the land, counsellor, &c notice is hereby giv n to all lthe
principle of specifics. Their u se asa suggested by creditors of Jacob Ferguson, os thit town at' Pre. in'
theorynJ, hlut t 0eir efficacy has beets testedby longn omity, ani ast debitor, stoaherat h- itn
pr suc tomsson Homer, inabi oihe in rid sdg e shisloffi er slayot''
and faithful experience; and the result has been tow enofHomer, in said cousiy, o tie il day o fr.
OunpReratet success. cember next, at ten o'clock t ithe lorn-oetoe, trIl ins
. Persons afflicted nwith any of the above symptoms assi-f uent of the said insolvent's estate slhiisutd not he
areassuired, that the Anti-Dyspeptic 'Pills are are made, for the I enefit o hall his ercditors, isd he i
medy wellwor.dstheiratentio, and entitled totheir discharged purseant athe act. enitledl an actr eis.
entire'confidence loag relief in cas etsaniin mol s-ney," pan tssre t A a ari 7tnd g
s!he same. Dated September 2 0,1821. Jacob Fr"goin,
N B. The Anti-Dyspeptic Pills are for sale by insolvent. a si
HENRY JAMES, corner of Mark Lane and Dock BY order of Joseph W. to'liton, Esq. a coni..ssisoncr,
street, three doors below the Mechanic's and Farm- &ce. notice is hereby given to all the c-teditos tof
her's Bank, Albany. o Ltvi Parker,. un. of Collins, Erie county. a it isol. nCa
Aan, JulytV. 2, 1820. 40 debtor, toshew eause.if any the) have, beiflie orit:lie-
aire nati, Jul. w. n e commissioner, at his ofie intli vilge ofr Blifft.lo.n
E. 1. P0 VI ERO Y'S thIe tenthay o i D ember next, ri twL to toa i'ihe
~ n iIya or vervigof t in ee eronin. why an assignment ofthlen-o i i;itsoi s ini'shes-
MAGIC METALLIC tate should not be made, forte irbertil oat! Irscresd.
e --A t h a on itors. and hi sp rson be ecenipted rom iinprisoniin,o.
hOhcsa Oe Stn O-p s. pursuant theacteentit nd-t as act tobn rtstos a i npri-so.
CONSTANT sinpplyoftheise tropsand Paten i son debt in certain cases," passed April 7 11i9.
Theertiia1te of professor iliiman. rofa e Dated Septemrber 18. t821 5-11o ,
A are kept on hand, for sale by E. F. BACKULS, Y olr ero os vd. w.t uckli,sq.Da acustater.
No.7-tae-street. 7ll r order oh cavon W. pasckli, Esni. a corronisln'er.
No.67 State-street. el t c.notice is hereby given to all the cr ditors of
The inventor of this Paste reels it incumbent on A osAHoltonf Wattrtown in in te counts cl Jft Ason,
Iim to assure the public, that, notwithstanding the as insolvent debtonr. t o sh#-w ecausr ehi) : it te, avh
misrepresentations of some who have endeavored t<. i iore the said commissioner, at his ofiicn. ti. tlown
injure its reputation, he will continue t.: insist upor o isVaectcownin said couilt).oi thre lurnhdair orDc-
its upeririy over every thing of the kind ever e- o sat tent aIn tolv
fore offered.-And with the caution of not using toe not be made,and Ito p. rson be exempt dtroa> impri.ison.
much, which is affixed to the directions, he trusts he mnent. pursuans to the act entitled *an act to abulisir
shall not be disappointed. im prisoanment to r debt is cer rin cases 'passed April?,
The certificate of i professor Sillinoan. of Vale Col- 1w ses.,' atedSeptemb 19 D21. s' rn5o
lege, (who would not he imposed upon) and also a .Y order of Gershom Pou w rs Esq. a judge of the
r, Creadeick, an experienced cutler from Shei- court of common pleas in anid for the eouni ofCay
field, together with the verbal testimony c( ithor- ugantie is h,-rb y given t all the creditors ofSa.
HetryAbbin-y.of Asadcunrtt.sn insolventstehtor. to shew
sands who linave used them, will, he coacludea. be sul- cause, ir any they have. betbre the lsaid .nidge atilik
ficient to satisfy the ineut rnertrt.ansa, in c heee- in the towinof BAuburna inh savu couny. c nast
Jan. 23.r 11iF. r fihy rst dna of Dee msbr onel t aft t n o*ckin e 1 ityeanc a
r22 to a o th te t on e a th noon o tlatday,why arr asoignm tns o the said insol.
ted mpini ot0ion f 1 lyr0petPVy vent's estate should not be inile, and h his person be i s.
o w Yorkorenl p rhe prmiledefrom t riin.prisoniticnrrpursua t notl sactent itled
tOLD FOR T XE. 'an act to abolish imprisonment for debt in certain ca.
P UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the own ses,'passed April 7, 1819. Dated Selptedribr 17. 1821.
ers of the following described hnts, pieces, or pat- 5TlO
cells of larsds, which were soln by order of the May 1n Y order of Sauel Wilkerson, Esq. first jiudgr 1e ite
or, Aldermen and Commonalty f ths e city of Neas court of coNrnm.on pti is in and for the count) of
York, on the 18th day of April, 1820, as exprel ed Brie itiorcs isiHowof y giveain ollesnth ebrtors of
on the following list, for the payment of Tase, cause-, its a tin v have. before thie said judge, at his
which lotha of land have not been redilee ed, that ofliee in the town of Burff.il. un tinl seventh day on De.
they arc required on or before the 18th day of Apii. ceniber nex,att 2 o'clock in thse arternowni, wliy asn a
1822, to aey to the street Coinmisioner o het tire ci n whsent of the said itsolven's estate should not be
ofNew orkofor thed he, t p man. le beneit of allnhis credilons. and his per-
of Newly ,ork, forte use of the purchase ol tbe sos be exempted lrou imprisonment. prurs.ant t the
said lots, the respective 'nms of money for which the ner,entitled'an act to abol ishimprisonnmiut for d tl, in
said lots ofland wsre respectively sold, with the certaiiscases,'p.ssed April7,1 81s Dated Septen ci 14,
chaiiges thereon, together with the interest, at tlire 1621. sso
rate of 20 per cent per sauiin, tozethler wiLb snch Yorderor Richard RikeLr, Esq. recorderof the city
other Taxes nd Asseasments as may have accrued of New York, notice is he reby given to oil ttre titc
thereon; or in defradt thereof, leases will tihern bi tdiors o i-nr Howland,ian irsoldet s'i btor.to s
executed to the puichalse s of thie said lota, pieces or c any tnhy ta l e h oe threile ai h recr.dec. te is
parcelsof laud, for thie term for which lthey were eighth day of December ne t.at teno'clock in tnl. itle-
respectively sold as aforesaid, anid tie owners Ithre noon, why an assignment ofthesaid insolvent's a nte
of will be deprived of the piirilege ci redeeiniig should not be mad ,ndt li prson b cexorp ed isr
he same viz i prisonmt.i pursuantt a o isiet. erti lei an ai t 0o
th _".-_ a t .-, .. o atabolists istprisonnd eist afdordsb in cs.erain satsir. >.a.sta
0us .1 30 -. '12cO= A pril 7, aS19. Dated lpc uilr119D, lsail ss 10
V?" .,* e I Yr,,order ol Gaihalrln l. larstowr, Esq. nrt fuige
S^ ss a p is r n *'-'ofithescourtor'nmmon plean asi aurlor b< fnstiny
Soft ioga,notice is hereby given to al ll it er-ditr of
5 5 Ozias spring, now of the town ot apencer in said eoun-n
S* g ty, an iinsolveniiand imprisoned debtor. to shi caur,
3 o g g-l .- "- y any they ave.helore the said l uhge al h srflicre, aisn
-3. "-' a- ~i-- ni,- towInt 7,n ol Tins:t, ina a sid wont or te ri- eigs iay o
Z 0, ;a o 0 Decembenr ext, a t lI o'clock in the lorenroon, na h)
a--'" a- -s o C.o to assignment ofthe said solvent's estate should notn e
S. 2 made. for' te t benefit of all his creditors, and lis
Mu 0-15- S g. ..'n f--?" '^? person be exnrntl-i Iromis itrisonnnm. n.puuarit t lnsline
0 J 0'-- & ae t" enitled sin act to abo i n shi .n.isan.c "Ptlotr ilebAt i,
S -ice t 2.- .- 5 -- .. rtin -cases,'passepl April17,1819-. Dat it Sepn.in r 1i,
S1821. 51"0
0 1 -Y"irtlteroloftihard ll iker. .sit. recoreril olf irll tl) f
SNW .York,. t .e isereinit given toil Ith creditors
3.i -3 2 2 iSa --" of nen-jainrin Willias, an iniisolvent ite tinr s.t shew
0 a cau eise.if'any the. h.esi b orethIfvsaiid r c i r an his
S' O 0.2-. i _' --'L' la office lln tile city hallt o'said rity, on fti e ,tii t,slil lay of
rt,' s 'C C ^ '' December next, at ten o'clock ill the-florenioi. bwhy
o n I o r .,3 7 -. )'0 an ass"ginnent ifthe said insolv-nlt's sae sl hoaltid not
T a R., = 3 be mntade, and hi, person bht e.eirnpneil Irn in il prison.
S5 .0. 2- s C '5 3 ment pursuianrt o Ithe act, eniitled- An c.Ct to abo.ish
-' w imF A Lss;-ms-s Sotr hdelt in etain 'ascs."'passend April
_.- g t "'.. = -- '7,t1819. Uatsred Septemrner 21. 1821 -TL0
S3 a S- u (! sl. ficrorsohnt Kiesij tr1 tluv 0o I5i,.r, us-ret
( =-S 0 --. .- _o a -= oireoscnniti'leas iil ard I:r tisfnir county o Ctrlth is .,
o -e _-.- notice is heretby given to atl the creditors of' Mill, i.s
S = Bic, olthle town ofHii e, in said coun aty stl irsol.
as a-u s -t '-., vein debtor. to strew casts- it sny tey I.avi -ftore rie
S --' ]-- ^- 0 : naidt judge, at tin the E c E Z.2 land village, in slid c uiy, on the atw ilft olf' N
t4 G a0 S.- = o veinier cnextat ten lo'eloc in tie tortrons.I. itL, at. s.
S I s 0 O -" 0-- R ir O nsigntent nl Ise said inssolvnt '. srste ,0suid not t.
'" 5i S S C --ic t made, or the bIenssfit of all lris cn diors. and hbis Ipersol
S0 s' be exempted from inmp|riisoniinlit, pursuasi nt trhe act.,
0 -* entitled* an act to abolish iniprisnmenwit tordebt il enr-
S- e tain cases,' passed April 7, .18J. Dated belpt. n.t r 5,
S- .. iYorderol'tichard Riker, Esq.r coruro thiecir of
g- e n ee t ht 3'N- o h rNew York. entice is erej ,rie toie rall tnie crdil
,e n a.r -" t g l or aw S in -, a tor 'Joeph Wille ;lIb),ar iis i tial debttr.,.lia iy
"ct e p et th ct of tno, shlid w cause be any lthebave, belft r the said rcor n r,
S 2, od b 8 9 b 2 5 athis office in the cit iallioln sidc iy.n thief ln iii h
.B 0 A o day ol NovembLrnt est. at lOo'clocki in lf irnorin, t-by
O. 18 a "3o snassiolin,.ten rltrie altiusold, no1e sat. i would d int. Irbe
e) made fori.e benefit ol2 a11 hi creditor st ill h isInsoni
a, Fe L exerlmpled I'rolss iiimrmitoni-eIs according to h ir eel,
a -2 ettiled "an anct t abibolish ininrisonuinietn for dit ini bi
tt l Ch o cereaincascs,"pasel. A1pril7,18i9. Dated Spl l11r o ,
ttz orm c o co ba W the atp e 's t-t-. I Y order oflJabe7. nssw ek, eIl -s judi. l 1 n.u.r t
i.n- is ^ .. no r -n cs :, -i cn 3r of of'e inimon pleas in aomit .rc in coi011n of iJelnn i;.r-,
o tS board of directors ol the Farmers I urnpotke (thie lierst j of nc'ttle couiln ba ing ictsrest i) noael is
Company. give notice, that thy iGrrnend to appSl to herOerby given to all tlre cid-tns< r Ca rei hter c, : c
he next legislature tor an ann.or lafs, Ionr hen o ib. abhn imnsrnsin d- tlrc-hr chir lispi n epcari aresilr. s s. c
dnIa cesans pilrl Sa'il turnpneide rail, abd Int i tahe s.t v ol stir nns o r, Atoss anst yr<, Itns- or y snrc. tsr ii-r
th discretion of mineeWuiss;ioherisof roads. and o take fin rms of 5iris ani Stiksionr to siren cris .itf .ny
ott certain exemilts, except in he city of Hudson, and ie)' have, before thIe ni-xn ciurt .tf co n |o',il t i,
to establish the gates on stih road. in said county, no bthr Id at tie onri iO-l li- te m os. on
By older ot the bno'ar of Dtelhit. o sthe last Mondai il Ns-.s e inIr nexr, as m nt
A. M'MECHAN, Prst. .r'closk iln thelor noons. wI) 1mi -issicrinrisnt mr ltle -al
Oct., 15121. lot'o inrsolvens estate stroisuil- not he rmesrt, omsd hr. In c tii
SHE 16RIFF'S SAL. emnnptriednro. imprisoirscmnin. pI,,siri to th; atn. n1,11.
Y rtue of a wRNtofr.la. Isave lo -0a lrise riTtt,. tied an act to abolish iu|pr;sonnoc,.r mio debtsiin nr:nltai,
'-ieInner-ea and estateorfj ohorontto tallitm ere. csers.'ipased April 7.t" tO. Dated Se ilFln. r 6 aI~t
tain tarn, or piece oflahnd, with the lmprovemnirs there. p order oi Nathaniel W. lows. II, K'u. first jisr: of
onsituatc in the town ofBelslehnems.in thI county oa Al itt- court of cmirmon pltta in and lor it ie eCniny
bany. hounded norih by lands af Garret Honan and Solo- of O,,aeio. notice is hereby give n0 5.- thine creir:,.s of


piurlicannetion.oin tifiiteenth day of Deremb-ronext,rar next,atteno'clockiai thteuorenoon shy am assigrIso "c
elevru o'clock in the torenooui, at th't man-isn homi of the said insohent's esans- should' not he mrtde for
ktnt Iy J. W. tockw'tll. Da' d Albany, Novrs-nisr U, the henetit of ail ]iis creditors. an lis |nirvon be ex-
CouN-LIUS VAN ANTWERP, Shcrid. 5an act sil bomiih im5en nsreusi~ fr.e d .tr m ills, ca-
ses," paissd April si 181a. Dsnn.dkplcmbt.r4, tisi.


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VAL ,UA BL E FA 1. s 5,
Timber L.and and if'od I ,e 1otfor .sale.
N ilSii .alce of a I. c fat i< IISIto '
-, eh i l irt ifl'iii-."'y r" t e tnt- i i pileftic
slic i h'! at ileT'"iithi- I-. fie 1H, U, i tlhe ci'y oi
N-, V k on the 22d diy f Jaiiiary, I?22 at II
o'c'' ek.n thIe fi l a, a ti rt of land .f .t:e Ihl
il airvq, ;..i ;e ii, th- I lighlands, ne-r W est Pont,
ail oleildi t npw Itl 'f ia tidle n the river, inlchi
t fi;' ei tie v-' 'ile f,; :i oinl *xt,'n-ive iniproven ents
(hi iisnaiertr r.'-idere of thi Ite Williamn Duning ;
tit' i t tw, hundrepl aceres of tli-i 'nL*, ar'e nio node,
toivat,il,-i in excellent oldePr. divid ld y etrone fen
ctf into convenient Irs: a large aind produciicve
orcliard, well kn*wii frr its nFip i or awiiter frnlt and
crhiici rider apiles, i it prevy cvnvle iilce that y ci
be, iefuil in ti ni;hu. tlep prodmef ,if the fai in to tir'
hePs *,;dant i,' Tie neadow pctLtil e. and ionit:aii
rate a;e atilneql-itn t thte uirppillut f a vri-y laeite
Fil k,. add ip jariricu!trly iadsaptid to sheep. affair
dih z e .rheest aid ot lndant pasture for a larg, flck :
Ti. viii oolind c insists of about -igit hnldred acres
p .iwli-ia y f finy iinig 'imbi', to about forty yeats
gr wit, iu nite itloe inp roving state, which may he
tndt-aige'sy d;piirtid 4 rnf in the Ne vYork mar
I'tltr fortlthe l ire arnnal supply reqnited for West
I'oiut; tbiere i, a.1 xce illini anl iafe dock and fost
c )ivenient land g near themi, li, of the tract, aind
the roads leading t it are iasy aiil in good ord'r.
'lihe exe:toifi of Williain m )Dtiing have also for
ilae, hetoeeii fise and Six thoumald acres of very val
ii.he tisnber lind ailjicerst to tlhi troct, and exten-
di;ig hetaFe f two 'ind three miles in front in the riv-
er ; this IdSttraicI is divided into lots' from tternl'y
to tall hildled acres. andi wil he sold together or in
joie tonsaii pu]i'kasri. The tfelrnsof payment with
atl-qiatf aa C tfri'y, uil be made pe ifectly convenient
Fainr iiinthd irfortina'tion enquiPre of WII.LI AM A Do-
o l ciiittk oi. P1q. Rf'yde park, Durtclie.s Couinty, or of the
iU'l ci iber, sn the p,'emstiie, iunitl tie iolh or Nu.
veulber, aer f tha! ione in )the city of esw-Vorl-.
UILLIaM IDEINNING.
Philaipilowir, Puiamw County Oct. 12th 1821
1 ttJIl


FOR I8,AIE.
TH E tsut'scriber .,-fees for sale, at reduced pricbps
the following very vauablec property in thle cit
of Ihahy. viz.
Oir lagi-, ot, containing about two acres, bound
ed on Lydius and th.ililton-stre-is, tilnning thr tigi.
from street to street, heing 1,7 feet on Lydius street
and 91 feelt fonr inlihes ieo l itoon-stret, aind .is
35.2 feit deep on the west line, and :91) feet deep oan
the east line- This lot is now occupied as a wood
yard hy the Itito (l river steam-boat con eaoiiy.
One lot in Libel i; stipert,
In beadilA on liihirty street 4i0 feet 9 inches,
do. in ieair 39 ;eel 4 inches,
In depth on sinllM sid,- 89 fret 4 inches,
do. norlis do 90 feet inches,
rear ot Eale Tavern
One large lot, with two wooden buildings thereon,
ii North Mait km-street; thlip one ocenpied by Jamies
Li a-rr,. as a itabil t wnarttiawe, and the other as a
shoe s'hop-This Int is 33 teet in front, and about 100
fret deep, wilib a gangway to tihe back-street.
One large Ioot, titilh the buildings thereon, on tile
east side of No-rtl Pearl streetjoining the house n ow
occupied by hi s excellence the governor on the north,
anrid oi the imith by Peter E Elmendorf, Esq ; this
iot i31 I' ches front ad rear, and extends
from street i areit, being 208 feet in depth
Iot No. In, withlu the buildings tl-reoa, hounled
in front on Vla, Sch ici:-rtreet, east by lot No 9, ott
tile souti Ire grounds formerly belonging to John D.
Groesbeck and on the liest by lot No 14, ,ctntain-
ing 3 feet front and rear, and 100 feet deep-Ont
this lot there i- a substautial convenient two story
brick fi oat hioatie, with good cellars and stone form
dation
Lot No. 3,lying on the west ride efChapel street,
-'iar the Its. M1r. Me Donald,s church being 25
Itet 4 inches font anid rear, and 86 feet deep.
Five large lot, with wooden buildings thereon,
in Coluiaihi street, between Pearl and Market-
streets-'Fhese lons are Z7 feet 2 iiiches in front on
Columbia street, and about 85 deep ; ilhey can he
exilended, il necessaly, to 100 feet deep, the sub.
seaiher oniilg the ground in the rear.
,- Nire lots villh the buildings thereon lying ot
thie east side of N.orth Peart I-street, between toltolm.
bin andil V li 'Trorup- terts-- These lots are 25 feel
2 inches foni and rear, and will average about 190
feet i (tep'h.
Oii- larLre lot, ontile west side of North Pearl-
strei.ljoili g ntd i nclttding Foxes creek-This Io
i 42 feet front a inJ rear, and 106 feet deep.
Three large la'tF, frnitilip on Chape'.sit-eet. in real
of the last rvlenionred lot, each lot containing 30 feel
lot anm) 106 feet in ildepth.
O[Ie lilge fot Will thl building? thereon, on tlhe


(;I:EECE.
Land of the brave! where le inorn'd
The shrouded forms of mortal clay,
In whom the fire of valor burn'd
And blazed upon the battle's friy :-
Land where the gallant Spartan few
Bled at Thermop3 lw ofyore,
When dlath his purple garment threw
On Helle's federated shore !
Land of the muse within thy bowers
The soul-entrancntg echoes rung,
While on their course the rapid hours
Paused at the melody she 'iung-
Till every grove and( every hiIll,
And every stream that flowed along,
From morn to night repeated still
The winning harmony of song.
Land of dead heroes-living slaves-
Shall glory gild thy clime no more !
Her banner floats aiove thv waves
Where proudly it hath swept before ?---
Hath not remembrance then a charm
To break the fetters and the chain-
To bid thy children nerve the arm-
And strike for freedom once again?

No coward souls! the light which shone
On Leuctra's war empurpled day-
The light which beamed on Marathon
Hath lost its splendor, ceased to play :
And thou art but a shadow now,
With helmet shattered-spear in rust,
Thy honor hut a dreamr-and thou
Despised-degraded-in the dust !
Where sleeps the spirit that of old
Dashed down to eartll the Persian plume,
When the loud chant of triumph told
How fatal was the despot's doom ?-
The bold three hundred-where are they,
Who died on battle's gory breast ?-
Tyrants have trampled on the clay,
Where death has hushed them into rest
Yet, Ida, yet upon thy hill
A glory shines of ages fled,
And fame her light is pouring still,
Not on the living-but the dead
But 'Nis the dim sepulchral light
Which sheds a faint and feeble ray,
As moon-beams on the brow of night,
When tempests sweep upon their way.
Greece Yet awake thee from thy trance-
Behold thy banner waves afar-
Beh ,Id the glittering weapon's glance
Along thu gleaming front of war !
A gallant chief ofhlgh-riptlize
Is urging foremost in the field,
Who calls upon thee to arise
In might-in majesty revealed.
In vain, in vain, the hero calls!
In vain he sounds the trumpet loud !
His banner totters--see, it falls !
'Tis ruin'd, freedom's battle shroud.
Thy children have no soul to dare
Such deeds as glorified their sires-
Their valor's but a meteor,
Which gleams a moment, and expires.
Lost land! where genius made his reign,
And rear'd his golden arch on high-
Where science raised her sacred fane
Its summit peering to the sky ;
Upon thy clime the midnight deep
Of ignorance hatlfbrooded long, --
And in the tomb forgotten, sleep
The sons of science and of song.
Thy sun hath set-the evening storm
Hath passed in giant fury by,
To blast the beauty of thy form
And spread its pall upon thy sky :
Gone is thy glory's diadem,
And Freedom never more shall cease
To pour her mournful requiem
O'er blighted, lost, degraded Greece
FLORIO.


west eide 4f North P-arl-street. opposite to ir ,......----- c., --, -,-..
Westerli's atd joininiu Doctor Yates, on the snuth
This lot is 2h fiet h rout, and runs tlhroungh to Chap GENERAL JACKSON,
el-street, ahout 215 feet deep, with a gangway TO Trun CITIZENS OF THE LounDAS.
Seven large l.,s viz. Nos 1,2, :,6, 17, 18 and
27, bouaded or the ieast by eouilh Pearl-stet, ov The temporary organization of the government o
the west hy Buoad strept-These lots are 30 fe, t Ihese provinces, according to the act of congress of
front and rear, and 200 feet deep. Lots No. I. the last session, and to the powers conferred on me
2 anlt 3 ae bounded on the with by Gernit Van hy the President of the U States, I have the satisfac.
Zandt leieeker, and more eligible situations lor pri ton to aniounre, is now complete. If i possess im-
vate gentleuiee to build on, catinoot be fotud in this perflections or defects, the reflecting mant will make
city due allowance, when he considers, lhat its duration
Five large lots, viz. Lots No.n 31, 37 39, 46, and rill be bu short, and that it is the best that circum-
49 htutnld in front on Broad street, and in rear I., ltanres would permit, taking into view the diflitu!-
Hallenback street. containing 30 feet in front and lies I have hai to encounter. Where the rule of
rear, and ave. ygin about 220 feet iu depth law is certain, I have considered it my duty to hot.
r ,e large hundred on the 22 feet in detfrone 3 low it strictly, but where this has not been the case,
Hatenhackrge tt, handed on est hy lands helnng,3 I1 have endeavoured to make the best provision in


lie for any act ofhlils. Ino the government of the Flo-i- "jiddlitional nportaiu l ntel'igence. spedt to the ultinmte limitation of this privi- b
ias: ndappeare l,,ntiehl ii.--rn-ihl io the imppropri 'hlie sme bearer. G ame, asi thai as he was 1, ge This distin( non estabh-lhel in lhoii lI consti- i
,.t ojf hl /atin nmadt a ddiorry iof ,ese doient:i passi, the fonres that had one from Me'ndoza a- tuion b twen the qualifications of electors for Lo- r
of his ot-n nrcoid. W whatever di ploimatic pl ivilr'ae '.inl,-iair,'eris, were at a distance of rnie leagues .
lie inight hav been ntil-d to. these uprivilge had ftr m bl n risomp, and dlia aftiterward, on the road, he vern'r and senators., and of those for members of as.
cea-el on the surrender of this country; and Ie was heIal-ile news, that on the 21thl of Angrtust, Carre- -embly, had few advocia'es. The iqual!fi'aions of
bhen not known to me, or recnogrnized a having ant ras bha. hee" defeated and pitl to a precipitate flight; electors, as finally agreed Io by the convention, wer
other rights than those ofa common individual. It tlht ht (Gamei) saw the olliilal despatih that the adopted hy a vole of 72 to 33, and tih.re probably',
wa- not rnough for him, to consider himself a public cointroninder in chief sent to Bioia. asa preranslon i a
aetnt of the king of Spaint, and resd tliere fot tf l art co Carriras should go to thitplace for shte her." dwill relath ely, be a- grel a iroportion ol the whole
purpose oftra'saltingitffiitl business with telanypeitt ,' CONFIRMATION. number of electors who will appr nee of this amend-
of the mUnited States, bit it was neco'sarl ttlAtf. A St.TThoma' paulerof the 1Gth ult. received by ment- Upon this subliect there has been a strong
should have made ittot ithe object and peurapitaef the Sont'i Caroliia Pait. !ctplainr an elr-act of a expressionof public senlimnet, and though it has nor
tis stay; had he done so, he would have been onfor- ttrr from Caralras, tdai d 0,1t. 8h, whii, says- been very deflitiely marked, as to tsle .ialifications
ed at once by me, that my own functions havit g s ",Omfcial news has ben rer eived here of the Ine-
erl a- commissioners no one but the president of the ednce of ia wil hs ee itrlaed te which should be prescribed, it is but reai-on.ble ft
United S rates had any power to give him permission ( ipaih and Republican) La Serna and' San presume that the delegates have in this resperc, act
to remain here as a dilomafiu agent nijoyng the Martil. Thie roop of he laller occupied( Callao, ed in accordance to the general wish of leir con
priieges of a foreign minister Tte natural an- l and tl- Cabildo wasichur,, to forn the provisional students. This preemption is s Irengthened by the
sequences of his condiiri are too well known and oiernmnt in insin wih Gnn Sn .i. i
need n he detailed. With the exception ofthis soli- t e, a arn. fact, that in no part of the state, asfar as we have
tare instance, I feel the utmost confidence it saying. Patriot 0-, lcson, Ocl. 27, noon. heard, has this amendment met with any di.approba
that nothing has occurred, notwilbthstanding tie nil- FALL OF' C-\RTHAGENA. excepting -w and vn
merous cases in which I have been called upon to in By the British brig Neptune, Captain King, arivedt tln, excepting n the city of N w.Yok, ani eren
terpose my authority, either in a jdicial or exeut at this p'ut yesterday, in 23 days from Jamaica, we there, it now appears, that from a laudable spirit of
capacity, to occasion any thing like distrust, discon- have received papers froini lthence to the2d inst. it-lu- compromise, they are dispose( d to yield Ito what ap-
tent, or want of confidence, and I cheerfully take this sive. We copy lhe following important intelligence pears to be a strongly predoiiniont opinion in the
occasion to express my satisfaction with the peacetel, from the Kingston Courant o the 2d O,t. country and to support this amendment.
obedient and orderly conduct of all those whose alle- By the schr. John, ie have received accounts of T d lonratpo of thi enlr wa- a
glance has been transferred to the United States by the city of Carlhatena having capitulated on the T'- contractionof the senaforial districts, was a
the cession of the country. It is true, a recent occur- 25th ult to tha Independents. On the 26th, Col. measure called for, from every quarter of the sta!.
rence, connected with the one referred to, has com. Miguel Martinez, aid-de-camp to Gen. Montilla, ar- and thie convention bnve adopted a just medium,. I e
pulled me. to take measures I conceived necessary for rived express at Savanilla, from Torbaco, with the teen the too ex tensive ditriril as they existed be.
the character. dignity and harmony of the govern- above intelligence, and with an order for all vessels reduction nfdhemso ;i ltohave a dis
ment I administer, and which at the same time were in Savanilla to discharge their cargoes and proceed oi, a e eo oi
he mildest a he circumstances would thadmit. I allude to Carthagena to take the Governo r (Gen. Tor es) trt fir each senator.' There was at first appaientl-
to the conduct of a number of Spanish officers remain- and the garrison of that fortress (o Ciba. The erhr. |y a pretty general entiiienit among the members of
ing here after the cession, without my permission, but -Bristol, Hall. and slopGriyhound,Heder on, were le convention in favor of single dilricts. Having;
which would certainly not have been withheld from both taken possession of in consequenee, and an oll- expirienced the inconveninice of hariny the districts
th so ngas they demeaned themselves respect- car and ee soldiers ut on board each, wh as are as tey ormery were, it was very natdra
fully to tie existingauthorities, ad refined from recions to call off Santa Martha. W,itc off fint as large as they fooerly were, it was visy niituiial
any improper intererence with the measures.of the port, they felA in with his Majesty's brig Nautilus, for Ihem to look for a remedy of the evil, by a forma-
government. : C atain Cihaopmai, who seht the soldiers on shore, tion, of small districts. The first prepo-svie;on in fai
This respect is due f om foreign offers iall all d ordered the vessels to return to Savanilla, and voru ig districts, however, s-on ild to-ron-
countries ; their situation is materially difltrent from take in their cargoes which were ready, after which sd ationle district were er, soon favor of havi l-
thai of other aliens, and their conduct ought therefore they were to sail lor this port. On their going back l id.r aliens which were argiud ti favor of ai nr g lar-
to be more circumspect. ii the United States, thole to Savinilla, they were seized and Sent away under gecr districts, and they ultimately, by a very arg mIa-
are severely punished who are gui ty of w-iting in a p otetion of two gun boats, for Bocha Chirc, from jorily, adopted the plan of ha-ing eight *enatorial
libellous manner of proceedings in courts ofjitstice.- whence it was expected they would take the'Spanish districts. Besides providing for the di'isio, of the
For whatever lend. to bring the judiciary into (hre- troops on board, and depart immediately for St. Ja- state ,o eight districts, the report of the committee
pute shakes the public confidence in that part of the: go de Cutba. sito into eihet districts thien eprtof com it
government, wlich is looked upon as the ntot sacred n' The shoimner Perihihire, Ferre.s, was reland i ng ofhe whole on the Icgislative departinit, coltats
depository of individual rights. Hence it both of.her cargo at Savanilla, and would e obliged to go several new, and as we believe, very libeniial proi
these points of view, without noticing tho- singular toCnr hage a, to iake in troops for Cuba. visions. It is proposed to limit the number of the
conduct of the Spanish officers, acting as if they con We Il'rn that Gencral Montilla, previous to the members of assembly to 128 : it provides that the
sidered itheniselves a distinct arnd se~iaratl! body, an capitulation ofCartliagena, had bombarded that city, alr shall not h afir dtr-
imperiumi in imperi, they werve guilly of guret indis- from the Popa, and had occasioned much inry to mcmers of the legislature shall not hereafter deter-
cretion and impropriety, in publishing a most inde-. it, from thl fire of six long guns and two mortars." mine and fix the amount oh their own pay: that they
cent libel against the judicial proceedings oflthe shall not receive any appointment w'-lecthey are mem-
highest tribunal in the Floridas. Hiad I 'consulted Lima -The particulars of the fall of this import bers, and for a variety of other matters which is not
my personal feelings, having entertained a favorable lfant place, received here on Saturday from Buenos-
opinion of some ofthien, anenmiy to on, I should ersty to none, I shd Aare fully confirmed by intelligence received necessary here to detail. No difference of opinion will
have been disposed to have suffered the act to sink atSt. Thomas from Caraccas, so late as the 8th Ocio- probably be entertained with respect to the propriety
into oblivion. her, and by letters of the same date, received at of these adoptions, as no objections were made to them
But Ihe dignity and honor of the government for- Washington from La Guayra. by any of the membersof the convention.
bade, that conduct so outrageous should pass unnoti-. The Caraccas account states, that the official erds the counclof appointment, there
ced. I might appeal to those very persons, and ask; news of the independence of Lima had been received As it regards the council of appointment, there ex-
what would be the consequences if a band of Amri there,and that the patriot general San Martin, and isted ro difference of opinion a, to the propriety of
can officers should offer such ani insult to thle govern the rot alist general La Serane, had concurred in abolishing it. This was done b\, a unanimous vote.-
ment of a Spanish province? But the inhabi(tt,"of .proelaimin;l -th Tai- The.frmwew'.e.gagnd ia Though we fully concur 'in the necess ity of altering
the Floridas may rest assured, that whatever nat" be framing a provisional government in conjunction this part ofthe existing constiitlion, it is no mire
the impropriety or imprudence of some, it wil flysre with the Caaildo.
no effect upon 'ny feelings towards therest: the john The letters received at Washington add. that an Ihanjustice to say, that most of the odium which hit
cent will unot be confounded with the guilty, arid all expedition, consisting of300 En.lish and 200. re- fallen oil this institution, has been occasioned by Ihy e
will continue to experience the same protection and oles, had embarked at La Guayra for St. Martha, misconduct ofsome of those who have been loudest in
respect for their rights, which have heretofore been destined as it was supposed, for the reduction of Pa- their denunciations against it.
extended, provided they demean themsehle with nama. These troops were to he reinforced on their There has been no subject before the convention
that propriety which becomes ever- good citizen and arrival at St. Martha by 1500 or 2000 men, and it was There has be J bfore h convenon
subject. And should any of them under the influence thought that the command would be taken by Boli- which has occasioned i.ore serious difficulty, tlian to
of momentary passion, or feeling, be dissatisfied with' var, who was understood to be on his way to that provide a proper substitute for the old appointing
the measures I have pursued, on a return of their so place. Another patriot force was marching from power ; and some very dislineuished inoemtbers of
ber judgment, I feel confident they will be comn- uayaquil, to co-operate in the expedition, andr san- the Convention have not hesitated to declare that
pulled to approve. guine hopes were entrtamned ofthe capture olfPana- th C eo enolc ila o arent
Considerations ofa personal nature, and the situ- Bna before the cend ofOctober.-J eat. lAdi. they would prefer the old council of appointment,
action of my family, requiring my absence from these giving to the gove nor thle sole right of nomination,
provinces for a short period, I make known that in o the mode which the convention have adopted. Al-
the mean time, the government of East Florida is pla. ilu L U*X A V3 g we should have been pleased to have seen
ced under the charge and direction olJ. W. D Wor- some of he provisions on this sluject dillerent from
thiungton, Esq. Secretary for the -ame, and that of FRID.AY .sOVJtEJirtER 9, 1821 i di rtr
West Florida under Col George Wallon, Secretary --- .- A. What they are, we cannot hesitate to declare onr pre-
thereof. Each of these gentlemen is clothed with all THE CONVENTION on Monday last, determin- ference for it as it is to the old appointing power.
the powers appertaining to the governors under the ed to in corporate th amendments they had made, Those who have been in the daily habit of denoun.
Svr nt of Spain, and subject to such instruc. e- o t they had io
fionstaslthuy)ctieive from the press. wth such parts of the constitution as remain in-t I cing the council of appointment as thie mot onox-
ident of thie Ucited States throng niL. 1I.ej arr ed-tu coisoihdate the whole into one instrument, ous feature in the constitution, and have attributed
charged faithfully to protect and maintain all tlie cil and present it in this form to the people. This meas- to its deleterious influence, most of the political evils
tzens and inhabitants-of whatever description t t h 0 -urb has protracted their session forna few days.' But we have suffered, will not surely, hesitate to prefer
said provinces the peaceful enjoyment of a the however desirable they all felt bring heir labours the substitute proposed for that body.
rights, privileges anmd un initlies, secured te Iliem
under the late treaty with Spain, and under the con. to a speedy close, this consre was thought most advi- With respect to the proposed modification
stitution of the. United S ates, so far as the same is sable, and indeed absolutely necessary, by a very in: the judiciary system, we observe that some
applicable. I have instructed them promptly to pun* large proportion of the members of the convention, of (he New-York editors have entirely mi-understood
ish the violators of the law, and to r quire ofall, that There were only seventeen who voted against it. If the plan which was introduced by Gen. Carpenterand
allegiance to ti e government, enjoined in my pro. h aed nt
clamation issued oakig posses ofthe country they had agreed to prset the amendments alone, which has been adopted by the convention ; Mr.
ANDREW JACKSON antid they should be adopted by the people, the con- Coleman represents it as a project to destroy the ju-
Governorofftlhe Florilas. situation would then consist of several detached parts dicial department, and Mr. Stone informs his readers
Pensacola, Sept 6, 1821. -would be very voluminous-and would be both that the object is to annihilate the court of chancery,
o- awkward in appearance, and difficult to be compre- and to demolish the judiciary. These editors have
rom the dircantile advertiserr, on,.L ended. There would be the old constitution of apparently looked at this project with a previous de
LATE FROM SOUTH AMERICA. 1777-the amendments of 1801 would follow next- termination to condemn it, or else we cannot perceive

f .ceted capture ofLI.f. and lastly would come the amendments of 1821.,- how it happens that they have so wholly misrepre-
o whoCaptri. t ohi n oirt asaitliuly rig Amnericn It would require a tedious examination, and a criti- sented the effect of the proposed plan if adopted
days from Monte Video, has favored us with a hand- cal comparison of one part with another, to be able The fact is, that the chancellor was in the conven-
bill prnitcd at Buenos Ayres, without date,l announc- to understand it. tion when this subject was acted upon ; and declared
ing that an express hadt arrived over land, bringing By consolidating the whole into one instrument, it most unequivocally, that as far as the court of chance
announcing h letter, dat Santi Martgoin hadent i by i is renderedless complex, and more easy of compare. ry was concerned, he had no objections to it. It pro-

force ofarms. We have subjoined a litgis trsila.- hension, while in fact it is substantially the same as vides for vesting chancery powers subordinate to thaI
Stone of thl hand-bill. The information vmsbef ved it would be, were the amendments adopted sep. court, and subject Ito the appellate juri Jiction of IRhe
- at Buenos Ayres, and occasioned great rJo{,Ijgs arately, chancellor. This, he said, the increasing business of
I'he me ce d s MTh on: ew is oo"n he Thecommittee appointed to perform this labour that court required should be done.
there several daysprevOB from Buenos A'tes. The were very assiduous, and presented their report to If these gentlenmcn had read wiih a little morn at


to A hri Lnu-imig, ion the North by Barent Bleeck- .' ,,,i;,,pi. .. British Brig Ceceha htt arrived at Monte Video the convention yesterday, readt to be acted upon.
er, and oiltile south by Ohivsem Kiante, containing ilsan s a solu ly ieessary. i y s, from suaa ul wuht ,ac e hlefl on atm Uone Video th reconvention yes to believe that this measure ill
a a 05ets 1 inic Cthat th s ct al alrat (e earliest atlenonof a erd inr hat a onuatnofhea m e ae intiner taliobat thiseeslure will
feet, amd iludpthit tienorth side 61feet,in tereal congress of the United States, and that the inhabit- alesp Hi lad been exorms, ienhaed at cotie matou of heavy meet with general approbation. The people ill
eet, and i dsptlo on the north side b6 feet, adn tese provinces will be relieved from th estatefg ,as bad been experienced at t liouhof tha LaS r
oen the south side 664 leet-This lot contain some. ans of thse, p e i t, b tl e mromthe s at Plat from the 2011h August to he 2th September, now lar- presented to them in one view, tie opera-
thimug mire lhan 4 1-2 anes, and a more delightful necessary o ns. n which the E.:nglish brig Ann, from Gibralter, cargo tion oftlheamendments on the provisions of the old
spot. both for a cily and a country rtsidence,ca nece s reva. brandy and wines, was lost near Monte Video, cargo constitution. The work ofcomparing the amended
e found in this city- In the organization of the present temporary go- mostly saved, crew. except one man saved. Eng- with ihe old constitution will le neasy, and will ena-
L,t No 1, bounded west by South Pearl street, verumentl, and in its execution, I have kept steadily lisl brig Clyde, from Liverpool, lost near Maldonado, l e o ln so eeaey, jn ena-
south by -litnylr sheet. North by lot No 2, and in view the securing to the inhabitants of the Flori- 7 of the crew saved, cargo partly savei- French ble the community, without dificuly, tojudge of he
east by lo No. 4. being 24 feet 4 inches flont and das, all the privileges and immunities guaranteed 'o brig Young Josephine, from Havrise, with tiIluable merits of both, and which to prefer.
rear, and 95 feet dep. themby the treaty. The principal of these is the cargo of dry goods, lost near Maldouadu &argtA- On the subject of the aeniilndiments and alterations
Lot N 5, bhonied dsoith lySchuyler street, east protection of their persons, property, and religion, trely lost. and most of the cre-: ,,-..w.' 'A n ,'. which have been made, a diversity of sentiment will
by Frelinghinyen street, north b lot No 6, aid wesl until they shall hem icorporated into the union, and her ofother ves-lds were lost t... whi.o Mtanii',. l ,
by lot No4. heing 24 feet 4 inches in front and rear, become entitled to all the privileges and immunities and Malconado, during the same gates, which had prevail ; but the qustio to be decided will be, which
anrid 95 feet deep. of citizens of the United States. In performing this gone to pieces, amongst which were supposed.to be is beat, iaken all together, the old or the amended
Lot N[o. 6. hounded east by FrPliighuysen street. important part of my functions, I have endeavoured two English an d onu Porftugurese vessel, and it is pre- constitution. Thire 0'e provisions in the amended
west by Ilt No.4 ,irth by lot No 7. aid south by to pursue the spirit of our political institutions. I sumed the crews perished. There was much daru- constitution, which we tiosld have wisjied otherwise
lot No. 5, heittg 24 feet 4 itechns int front and rear have made no discrimination of persons-my I. use age done in the harbour of Monte Video, by the thrim they are, ut e no hesitation its declare, that
tandh l feet deep. has been surrounded by no guards-no one has been same gales, but no vessel entirely lost.
,olt NnT, hoiuned ea-t by Frelinoygl en street kept at a distance, by repulsive formalities ;-all alltogellier,-WL.consider it far- preferable to the old.
west by ltot N.;. 4 3.,trh by lot No. and north b, have had free admittance, and found a ready car Copy of tit Buenios Jlyres Jand Bill. VVc sit .11, fI fn ihe prescnl, brielly notice lthie alera-
Io! No-,being 24 feet 4 uricesin front and rear and when they required my aid for the protection oftheir "VIVA LA PATRI A." ( lions which ihavi.e-been made, and will tlke occasion
95.i feet eep. nights. "Citizens, thoibah the government has not yet'le- hereafter to examine them more partic ularly.
Lot No 4, hinuoded south y Sehnylerlstreet, wele The American government, at the same time that ceived the official account of the entry of General
by lots No. I1 2, 3, east by lots Nons 5 6, 7, and il is the freest, is perhaps the strongest, in the world ; San Martin into thie caplitnof Pe r,,f$ thases.to, The anendilenttis proposed by the convenrtion,are--
noil l hy grountdis helorei, g to or in possession of because the most wealthy and most powerful in so- nounce it to you as certain, from the contents of the 1sti.' Tlat the' legislative shall cirneipind with
(ieouge (Chales, being 30 leet in front and rear, aud city areas weak in opposition toit, at the most hum- following letter, from a respectable Enighishalin, at the calendar year, and begin on the first day of Jan-
73 feet deep. ble and obscure. It knows no distinction between Santiago de Chile to another in this city. nary; and that lihe general elections shall be held in
20 lots, houndtd west by Swan street, eaast b an ex-governor ad peasant. In the course of my Santiago, August 13, 1821, I P. the fall instead ofthe spring of the year.
H1 wk stlei, snih uy iy gleat not No 22 A, aid noilh short adminis ration, one case has lately occurred, ly Dear Parterd-This momenthaus arrived the in T
by Ciathlrin- stet, each lht being 30 feet front and which required the exertion of that authority which "glorious news of the fall of Lima. The Motezu- 2d. That the governor shall hold hi office for two
rear, alitl G10 fiet 5 inchie- deep. is no respecter of persons. Thai the necessity should ma has arrived at this port with the official account years, instead of three ; and vesting in him a right
(rpat It N,,36 A, banded west by Hawk street, have existed has occasioned me pain and regret; that San Martin entered Lima by force of arms. to pardon absolutely in cases of murder, which he
vor:ih by Abr,. G. Lansig, solitl hy lul No 135 A, and especially a, it has been misunderstood by some You will give Games 150 dollars if he iS the first did not possess before, but only to grant reprieves
auil eist by lot Nom 107, bhi ig in front on 1Hawk ofthe inhabitants of this country, from a want of a that brings the news." r islature
street 200 Iit, and the same in thlie rear, and in udpth acquaintance with the case, as well as with the The bearer of the foregoing letter is D. F. ad refer the matter the legislature.
97 feet. character and principles of our government. It was Gaines, who was in the valley of Anroncagua, layig 3. A provision fur making future amendments to
18 lots, hounied eiast by HIIwk street, west by my duty under treaty, exercising the government of in a stock uf provisions in order to cross the i ordille- the constitution.
S,:an street. sutih hy -- stet, and north h3 thf Floridas, to secure to the inhabitants all the ev- ra, (ridge of mountains) ard carry to Mendoza, arms 4ih The abolition of the council of revision, and
gyeat lot No i2 A, bei; g each 33 leet front and idence of their right of property. The improper and money from the government of Chill, when lte vesting a qualiied negative on the passage of laws,
enar. and abour 129 feet deep. conduct of the captain general of Havana, in with news arrived there of the occupation of Lima by thue
The above property, or any part thereof, will b, holing documents or archives of this nature, from an liberating arnmi. which was celebrated with dischi .- in the executive alone.
sold at very Iom pl ices, and a large portion of ti- agent expressly sent to receive them, increased the .es of fire arms and rejoicing. Games states, that 5th. The extension of the right ofsuflfrage.
purchase money iriy remain on mourigage for sive necessity of vigilance on my part. It was mude known he went imiuedialelvto tmhe house of the Govui.tor 6th. A division of the state into eight senatorial
ral yars.-Apply to to me by salisfaciory evidence, that there were docu- of Aconcagua. took a copy of the despatch, and pro- districts, instead of four ; limiting the number of
DIRCK VAN SCHELLUVNE. mentlu of this character in the hands of an individual needed to cross the Cordillera; that wh m ha hbd as- meilbers of assembly to one hundred and twenty-
Sept.11. Itm3 here, and flnt these documents were necessary to es- cended to a considerable height, he saw from the
tablish tihe r-ght of properly in this country. The irow of the mountain a man with a white flag in his eight; and some new modifications of the legislative
fact ascertained, my duty was clear, and no alherna- hand, i ho made a signal for him to descend, and department.
c (N ,. tive was left me. The individual was ordered to thai as he would not turn back, thie person with the 7th. The abolition of the council of appointment,
Au.rdrer thei b., so that mn pursnuace of tlte second ihc flag aesce deaid, who proved to bea"an ,En1 lis and providing for the elecnon and appointment of of-
A la' meeting of thb-tsIule-n ,Cfthe Albany Wa article of the treaty,iand of ty proclamation, flue i ,gentleman, armd deliveredd to hiun lhe I dlett-r as ii-dt
.terworks C,npany, on the twenly-foutib day of habitants might be secured.in their right of proper during him that thie news was true. Gaimen eft the "crs.
Oct,.h..r 1821- ty. The individual thu, ordered to deliver them, copy of the despatch that he took f;'om Aconcagua, 8th. A new modification of the judiciary.
Resolvtil, Tbatn dividend of two and an half per instead of obeying, as he ought, the commands of the in the hands of the governor of Mendoza. The first fur subjects of aiimendment, as faras we
cent on llhe e.pital atlrick of th ciipany, for five government under which he was protected, and At Inugth after 11 years the glorious war of our have heard, meet with general approbationi; arn
mmoths, eudit the I Ith day of Nvt,muh-r uiext, he which could know no SuplOcriur, excepting the Con- indepenideuce is terminated. Thie fertile and h.- i
paid to the ,tockholders after the fisot day of No gres or Pl rsident of the United States, shifted them sense lands which extend from the banks of thlie Rio eir adoptlio will not probably be opupo.ed by any
vember nlxt- into the hands of the person who lately administer- de la Plata to the Oronoko are now independent in oue.
By order, ed lthe government of this province e, and who had fact as well as of right, and the ruins only of lyranen The extension of the right of inffrage is a subject
J o AMES VAN INGEN. Clk been aubhonrsed thy ithe cap i gene, ral of Cuba to remain anong them. Theyr will be hapi,py becauri i o which considerable difleren,.e of op union existed
The stokiolder6 are requested to call at the Su render the country agreeably to the stipulations of the great Beit"g swho rules tihe destinies of nusanono gthe members of theeveionandprobably
Bank of Albany, where the above dividend will be the treaty. has so decreed ; atd at the enJ of three centuries o0i tolinin the mwiemlubes of the touveniion, and probably
1)'id. This person, whether frc.i misapprehension, or opprobrium, of elaver Iand subjection, has loulked the sante will be the case with Iheir cinstiileits -
Oct. 24. 14 from worse motives, considered himself not responaii- with beuignity upon Aimerica. This difference, however, was principally with re.-


tention, the proposition submitted by the chief jus-
tice, they would not, probably, have so unreserved!)
conidenued the plan which the COlivenli uI I iiv e li-
dopted. Both plans are formed on the admission that
the increased business of the supreme court, reqluir-
ed .omethuig to be done (o relieve the judges of that
court from a portion of their present duties. The I
chief justice proposed that they should continue to
hold a portion of their circuits, and that additional
judges should be appointed, whose duties should be
limited (o holding circuits ; and to be members of the
court of errors. By Mr. Carponter's plai, fthe iidg
es of the supreme court are to be relieved entirely
from circuit duties. This appears to ius a great im-
provement. Thic term business of that court is -ifli
client to occupy all the tine of thec judg's. The
circuit business will be done Iby judges appointed fur
that purpose; and there will be as tniily circuits
held in the several counties as lmay be nc testsiry ftor
the due administration of instice.
What will lMessrs. Colemani and Sonue saty of this
plain, which they repre-cr.l as intcndl.d to)'Ivert our
judicial systems; when Ihey are informed that his hon-
or Judge Van.Ness had expressly admitted that thle
system was a good one ; and shouitd tce t with his
support, if the pre-ent judges of the supreme court
should be left undisthn bCdin their notices, and the re-
duction of their numibcr left to the operation of time.
That such opinion has been expressed by Judge Van
Ness, eiv feel i;tlhoried to state, having received ouT
infortiatiou from a source entitled to our cii'itre conti
dence.
If, however, there shall appear to have been
any misunderstanding, on this subject, wes .hall cheer
fully give place to any explanation l tiiiia y be d:-
sired on the part of Judge Van Nes.
We have alluded to Judge Van Nies' opinion onu
this subj,.ct, to quiet the alppreihnsaiun of L, friends,
thie editors of the Post and Cuinnercial Advertiser.
They will, we presume, be disposed to con,'ede, that
he is quite as conmpeteant as they aie, to judge the
probable effects ofthe proposed system.


eyond the power of Ellison to .ali. TThe whole
fe ot Mr. Kinc has been. a pia cal 'exposiuon of
sipect for the lawsand institutions of our country.
But, in the last clause of Iho ob-ervaihois aIlud.ii
a, there is a mean and illiberal insinualion that it
ecomesn proper to notice. The writer asks, whiIt
I'e wre Io expect under the new o'der of things, when
uch ai proposition is nido hby Mr. Kitng, a leader of
tie dominant party in lite counvertioint,
I well remember, when it wai resounded through
hhe country. that if the illustrious and venerable Jef-
i.rson should be ehlvatt d to the Presideinc, oir
ineptiug-lhours would be pro srateit, and our bites
huirnt. Ilow fallacious has bit n the anticipalticn i
I had verily though, that tile day of fanaticism i hd
t'nur iby.
The writer of thle article alluded to, denies that
it-ch a motion hs ni-ver prevailed in congress. The
journals of that body, how,,ver, will prove the re-
verse, thle a-sei'tions of Illi. oi, (o I(he contrary not-
withstilndiug. And it issomii liat singiltni that (he
prostra(ion ofchrisl iauy should he anlicpa(ted, from
thli; action of Mr. King's motion, when it is u,-Il
known that Ihe exislini coneitilution of lthe star of
Nciw-York, wassi ingd "on Sunday. On S'uda'ii h '
on Sutilay !" 'lthou!,'hi that body wIver in se.-s .,or lor
egiht days afterwaid- Ihas christianity, or public
moiirals sutifred ? or has ainy peculiar anniinciation: of
divine diipleasure viitm d this people" from lthe cir-
criisiiance, whslib Elli:ion would perhaps dce:i a
r i[iroI tn lion.
Necessily and mercy iarn casesofspecial cxeinrp iti
by the authority of thie gospel; and who will not -ay
that after a lown i. nd lahornioui session of more than
two mnoth ,aw tl w hen other duties and avo'-aiioui'se:e
pru-i-ing upon l hc tiImunliLr, that a ineressity d d not
exist to put a speedy end tuo-elir labor ?
WVe are impelld by humanity, and aiiithor;'ild y
the gospel, ifan ",or an Ass, fill into the pit otiluhe
-abbath day," to diag him out: It comes not ,niy
within the general scope, but within the literal pr-
mi-sion of the scripturev., Under its -sanction, Eit.-
son may be assured, tliat should be meet w ili th-
misfortune provided for, I shal! avail ni)sellfo ihe
scriptural peprmisiion, arid lend a helping hand to lift
him fron the pit.
IENDRICK.

We congratulate the citizens of Albany, oun thst
passage of an ordinance by tlie Common Council,
(a copy of which will be found in this day's papei)
finally abolishing the assize of bread ; and whi, h will,
in our opinion, create that competition among the
bakers, which cannot bfil to ensure to thi ihihiihitants
of this city, bread as cheap, and o t'a good quality,
as is furnished in any other part of the state or uniion..
The like exemption from assizes exists in Philad,.'-
phia, Boston, and rimaviy oiter places ; and a law
was introduced it tihe Common Council of the crty of
New York, at their last meeting, for the same par-
pose as the one which has been adopted here.
D.

Proceedings of the Conveli,,,t .
fJtionday,. iAoremlinr J.
MJIr. Yates, chairman of the cornmmitri to horn
was assigned the ditty ofarranging the amnshim-t-t,,
and of recommeud;ng the mode of subimitting them
to the people, made the following report:
Th.- committee who were appointed to arrange the
amendments agreed upon by the convention, and to
report the same, as to the expediency of either ,icor-
porating them with such parts of the consltitulion as
are not altered by the convention, or of subhiilltig
the same separately to the people--Reporl,
That they have duly considered the subject refer-
itd to then, and thought it inexpedient to iuiuorp, -
ate the amendments with such parts of tile conistjtu-
tiqn as remain unaltered.
The committee have, therefore, arranged the a-
mendrents into thirteen distinct articles, which they
submit with the report.
in making this arrangement, they recommends siiat
provisions as they conceive will he necessary to car-
ry the amendments into effect if adopted by tile peo-
ple.
The committee are als6 ofopinion, that the amecd -
ments be together, not separately, submitted to the
people, and they report resolutions for that purpose.
In the convention of the people of the state of New
York, assembled at Alban;, on the 23th day of Au-
gust, in the Year four Lord one thousand eight hun-
dred and twenty one, pursuant to an act of the legis-
lature of this state, entlitll,, an act reconmitending"
a convention to the people of this state'" passed
Search 131h, 1821 :
Recsolecd, That the foliorwing amendments to the
constitution of this tate, be suinuitled to.elthcr, andl
not in distinct parts, to the decision of the ci;izenI of
this state ; and if the said anidmuients lie rattled by
the citizens in tilhe aniier hereinafter prescribed,
:hey shall become a part of the constiiution of" Liii
state.
te aolced, That an eleiton be held i.i the ', 'vr-
al towns and wntirds iin hi- sluti o ihe t hthtird T'li,-
day in Januaryy next, and bI e cotinued by ad tiuru-
Smet from day to ida, for i-tree days sa1 -ccs-iiv h ,
including thio list ; at which election, ( ie ci(i as
( i hitislfd as votli s hiy tie acti ;folesaid, Iniav Vo't yV
Sal o(t for and a itu the said anmlerd nt nit-;. .ti il ew
-sulch ofthe said uillotsl as aice tor the said ai <.,u; !-
minens, -hall be writtIn or pruintid Ifle wo-d "t Vt-.'
and on those which are against the -;aid armen(Iu.::nt,
lie wold-' No."
T'Ihat the ohli'ers in theu several (ouni iti l tn i statr ,
iiuthoriL'd to act as intipcufort of t he ti el-ohi of "c- l .
tors, andh the ppr-onlls who nay be apptiinted in lthe
several citiinte. 1 thi tel fe i i the purpo-e, shall ib
the inspectors oI li th Ihcclout lherlchy dirctceild; a'il
that the said lectioni -hall, in a ll tiinu ', be to;di '
ed illn like mnini er, and a-i. early as inl:'y bt, is t I -
scml-Id in ;lnd by lithe fourth, lidll and scievetne n -
tiouns of thle act cniltJ.d u" au ict icgulaftin; i.* -
tionl,"' passed .rlt h 2I, l;ilt antd ii ;ind bl h i.' e
second r action of lihc act ciii'd actt]d ut 'eco:.
ntend'i g a teonvtlet tioi to thle p ople ot 'itt b s ,atie, ''
passed March l:Ith, 1821; anid in atud by Ih.: act n-
lllfd !no nct to uii end an ac,, tiild an ;ict I ,o
rtgu liilng elcetioni., passe-d Mitlrch 2t'th 1931i," ''u--
ved April llth Ilhi,. And that lie votes giv n at
suci h electiuii, shall blie cnl.va-sed by l Ie ieiilecititls
of the seven ral pt l 't mnd returns of the i a:' I t t'.s
sh ll he ma e by th, ',:d ,.ii n ii iri i I he cil'iks l ,t"
Ihe recpects\ie tiswnis aund counties ; ind citrinuati a
If such tirelt ns sh ill lbe rI .ou. d.t d bh y thi e h id chir'--,
and tranisc-ip oft -ch Cetriliclates hall blc cir:.rl. l
ianid delivered ml to he ',utcreltary o t.te, il like in.,iii.
inras I nearly as niy hii, is Is pe- 'ribtl d 1hu I its
ectlion of tihe act lntit'-ill *l iin act for re!u!.uin ,-
IectlioUs," passed lai-ctn 2, 113:1, iu rlauion to votes
gi't-n for seil.tors.
Tile IaunstI iplo last above mentionefI, having hbei1-
re ceived b) the secretary of-talie, froin the clicmrs of
lhie re-pecltive C touite,, 1,hill rcimain in his otice oni


lt-,ierd ; and thie 'ail -ecretarv, surveyorgeneral, the
ittornipy general, the conj.roul!er, and treaurer of'
JMessrs. Editors- ii- -tate, or any three of them, shall, on the I hli
I cannot forbear to make a few remarks upon the 'idy of February nets a:-emble at the o:i;ce of the
obmi!rvations of ELLISON, in the Daily Advertiser -aid secretary. and proceed i to calciilate aOl ..,cer-
of Tuesday, in re alion io the moli i, oi M: King, tiii the whole number of vo'cs given at such cl,, -
-' that the convention meet ou Sunday." On Sunday; !ti-n for and against tie said amendments, and shall,
on Sunday yes, on Sunday thrice ev ii ni ii thereupon, witbh six daisflhe.eafte,., determine coni-
purilan rt-former, o0 thie days of Salem witches, ormnably to such rai-cripts, thie n .mber of votes
It is not will a view to the personal character of given for and i4aiInst such amendments. And ihey
Mr. Kuing, that tlese remarks are written. That is adJil, w.mhioti deuiay, nmae and s-ub-ci ibe, with .he.










proer tsnn;es, a ceri6cate of suiji determination, inoghave itrdefects-Tor it is a human production- 'N OTI 8
antfoe a"n the offi> e of' f (tle sciultaryr of but wee believe it will be the hbsIt model vl produced i I it n
and ithec ame in the ofice of te ar of ontlion for raeprenaiive dentocra Ti following I ticl.s ,t O uwioe lunclaima : c I S A L
start, which -i.ill r'iouamtii ... 1 .( record, and shall c n i i_ thlie P',,ice UIffle on tht firit M'monday of No-
wiliouilt deje -av .ii, I .0 .)uirrirfed a '?u. copy -b- rbter iuitant Any person interested in, or claim- IT THE STORE OF
t fr...' n ."..is .t. i. ara.,es. I ll.- l.,s'identr Tte ( flowing very unpleasant intelligence we ",g sch property, will call at the P,' lies ff O( tll, & c e,
01 I. rh'G, IVIsI to C 41rdi,o ; r h cops from the waybill of Swnil' aid Thorp's western i before lie 21lst day of Decemuber next, at tlen l ull'1 & .
ol .,... r, r, n'it .. i; to ." r.dnsr stage Diligence, which arrived last evening. n'clirck in the forenoon, at which time, or ass00o, 42Slase-street.
govcernient otlhsitail."-t! rhthe speaker of the The steam-boat Wdnlk in llile Water was wreck- hireafter as may be convenient, the same will (P This Morning at 1too clork.
h(,usic o'ia-eniby': and shall a!,o cause a copy of ed 80 rods above the Buff lo lioht-holuse, on Tlurs- sold at public Iuction, at thle auction room of John Ona liwraleedi fifr approved endorsed noltes,
such cer:Livc-te to he published in, the newspaper day marniing, Nov. 1, at day break. The pilot says, tiliell & Co. No. 42 tlate.stieet. A.n .ste.,-.i, ,u. v l...hl.a le a sortentu of Iii.-
printed by the printers toi sat. 'And if it hall that if the engine is saved, it is all they expect of the 2 large woolen coverlide, I,.,,', DM \ (,o, iDj c,,- ,,..i of common and
P boat." I do silk shawl, 'isi g... it- ..i Cl:.. Ca-.iri-i' Baies, Rose' ai
appeasrby the sad ceoanysalest meotioed, lhat the, The Walk-in-the.Water left Black Rock (lie day 2 diaper table cloths, luitl I'eei,'. Ve-ring., lo.iazerts, Calicoes,
majority of vrote givcri inl ceturitedas aforestaid', before, on her last trip to Detroit, for the season.- I Dunstahle bonnet, V I", i.tc ,l..i..t, ,, u ai C,.v,stia, Ienes andl
arc against the a imenimetl, tlen i he mid ir nd-. She must have been driven back it a stomi, but, as pdair black i.k lasiel, alved cimn.t ; ,. ,, kt MIi J ilt.n,irl Cr- hric, Black and CI,'th
mnutis shall tta14,a.d'n ti rrif-aed*the th r'tins the fli~angerr and cargoare s'ntl, weiare notwith- i-2 m.i ri'spltenlt uperuientli, No. 3. ',w Eie ,lk *i.fec 1 e4 V' siti.i, Puilie Shawls,
of the a otlesar out hopes l at thedaster to hs b, s not so great II pieaie t, ifrielmnf, .i r Plaide nd Catl, ist- Gsoglsi, &c. a:, e.
of the.s status irh. m o il lhet a vo mes as i ere represented.-.aily Adv.ov. 7. 2 p ,.r nuck sli. mitten-, -r 2 ASO.
farhei tda aone.d'nlst, ftlIn thepaid amlndments I do men's woolen hose, I case e rs 6f Ef.el i.d Cloths.
stall be d.em] to beraoiied ansl confirintd by the' FROM SPAIN. I do children's do. \LSf(l,-for Cash.
citizesiftllhis slate. I Madrid and (ibrialtar papers have been received I do do morocco shoes, An invoeie of wsuprior born combs,
RIso red, Tlhat five thousand copies oftthese resolu- to the 9th September, Trhe latter mention, that all I whip, 30'i,.cessuperfle and middling satinetts
o t i dthe Mini-, ,a of the Holy Alliance" in Portugal, 3 lady's horn combs, 1 cIO ckets in ihe 6th class of the Literature Lot-
tions, with the amendment sublioined, be printed, have left Lisbon, in disgust.-This is not the only I lot glass beads, tei
and that hIli secretary of stain cause the same to he circumislance which makes it probable that the 2 new toilenet vests,
translated hy messengers without delay, at the ex- Great Allies have not relinquished their intention to I do blue kerseymere do OTTI' Itt
ipnsepof the state, to the county tle ks, whole duoy it repeat, at a suitable, and not far distant period, the I do flannel shirt, l
e to d te the same experiment i S ai and Portugal, which the y found 1 do li n i o llthe store of John Stilell Co. o. 42 State t.
sl;..l be to dihibute the same among tha ditereit. so succcsful in Naples and Piedmont.-Aud if a 1 old miusin do. marked S. W. No. 3, 'TO IMORtROis EVENING.
ttiwns. judgment cn itlie formed from the tone of the British I pair morocco slippers, at 6 o'clock, .
On io!ion of Mr. Yatef, Ihe report was referred to ministerial papers on the subject, the experiment, at 2 white inuslin aprons, An extensive and valuable collection of lhistri-
a ccroilitt of the whole. ; leastass far as it would affect Portugal, would not be I pair white cotton Stockings marked S. V. caland mis'cellaneous hooks, among which are the
S i io by Englapd. I colton hnnnet, following, via: ShakeFpear,' 10 vots octavi, plates
Mr, Yiougi.t of red a resoluon, instruclmng te TIhe Spanish papers con(inned to speak of a mad I black crape vandike, and notes, &c.; Edinbuirgh Encyclopedia, 21 vols.
comonitteeoflhomn Mr. Yates is chairman, to ex. project broached in the powerful club of" Fantana d' I lady's w.,rk bagand ruffle, 4to cohnolete, bound, Dhsoi's Ametican edition;
punge the qualification for'the offire of senator, re- Or," to altcimpt a revolution in France. This club I do do elegpit, tie best of thip kaiil estant; Montesq'ien's spirit of
quiring a freehold In the value of $l1000, over and a. has all influence in Madrid, nearly equal to that of 2 diaper towell, laws, in French, 4 vols. calf g;lt; Worcester's Uni-
S i i i u, the" Jacobin (lub," in Paris, in 1793 ; asul it is ad- 3 linnen do versa-l lseaioer 2 colse royal octavo: Life of Betn
bove all debts and incua braces charged hereon,ed, that several uf the exiles from Piedmont and I do pillow case, vetiinh (llui, an Italiani artist, one, of rtle most in.
and to restore the qualficatiomn a. fiied by the pre- Nitpts have been.discovered to be connected with 3 yds factory uiislin lerestfing biogi.aphiial works estant, 2 vols 8 vo.
sent cultitutilon. t e club in the project, and have been arrested.-Thie I fur hat, h h iound i clf; Lile of Theodore Agrippa D' in-I
.'. S/arpi e would like to hear sonim reasolis in fa- famous G-n. 13 unamcouar is mentioned as one of I large elegant gold watch sepnl, nitialsE. W. higne, Ivol8 vocalf ; Newgate Calendar 3 volastvo
voTr fi.n s.hI an alteration. If this i ,trge themu.-Bostio Ccnlinel. I small tin box, containing trinkets, witli plates, a very interesting work ; DeInplaine's
Amai-e. it would be the inart nfg t thousands A a td.Ir t1, Frno t-p'tsiv, of I litw livceand pnrtlraits t distin,'ulsh-
o.w ".o ld Anatempt snwvmaking to establish a sit.w Ipa- I d rl, .r ly not t c e '.2 .rs a ho. ; Annual 1 -
of votes against the ao)wndmnenis. It was vell per in Sag Harbour, >'utlolk county, to be cotiducled I hed cord, n &~ '.H4..tIry T er e.. r-. i \'.st*,,'. *-r, -...
known to this convention, that in many of the old by a nephew of Mr. Spooner, of the Columbian. As I lot old clothes, n-f: k .'.' 'epir C *iii ,li..r .it. naIr.i.I, I '. I.
counties, the people believe we have already gone the uncle has retired from politics for the ltiie being, I pocket comnb, ; n C.n.-. -.. L .e'
thi ujeit ni ue stro it is to be presumed that le hais carried the whole I penknife and I syringes vol. folii, elegant; Pope's works 5 volt. gilt; Stew'-
too far on tisubj. t uness very ong re family willth him, and that the Suffolk Gazette will PHILIP PHELPS, Police Jstlice. art's Philosophy of the human mind. 2 vola. 8 vo.
sone could be nrged in four of the alternation, he only be Clintonian when a favourable opportunity of- Albany, Nov. (, 1821 1iwd Bolinghroka's 5 vols 8 vo.; General Index, Vol
Should vote against it. fer.-American. 39thl and nine succeeding Nos. of tlie Edinuhrgh 'lie-
Mr. R. Clwrke believed he could assign some sub HI I M ON H. view; Millei's Gardener's Dictionary 4no calf;
stantial reasons why the resolution should be adopt- ae Aas Address and n the 28th of this moth, LITERATUR oudetteGenerali, printed in Philadelphbi, 1722,
d- W AavteObeennmu ich anasi ed with nian.article in the NI he 23(h of t is m li +, La $
ed. As the amendment now stands, it would author. Lonon Eao n cotot i ing strictures pon the O I TERY, No pstely commence ufe hundred good quill a fe ca ue
ize an inquest upon the property ofa candidate, and lItefurt/hof July wiadress of Mr. Adams. The dra iing in the ciy of New York. razos, .
thereby be h li means of injuring his credit. It remarks we confess are not such as we should have he scheme contains the tollO.vniig valill P N B Catalogues will be ready for delivery and
would rlso be d-ffcult, in many cases, to ascertain epet ted or as we have been accustomed to hear, ze the books for examination on Saturday morning
From Ei li.sh critic; for while this article condemns prize of $' is the ks emiatio
preiely how much a canddate was worth. the severityof our orator, it is not sparingin praie 2 do 10 A E ERIE STEAM BOAT STOCK..
The resolution was further mipported by Messsrs. of our country and her institutions. Indeed the ed- 3 do 5,0 1'OO Will be sod at public auction, by John StilwCll
Bird.eye, Briggs, and Young, when Mr. Van Bnren' itor of the Examini r appears to be quite as much of 4 do 2,0 "" 40,000o & Co. at the Mansion House o N, by.i Skinner, on
suggstled-an amnenudtt to tie resolution, so as to a republican anrd quite us hold in avowing his senti. 40 do 1,000 20,000 Thuriday th day of December next, at Io'clock
let the section stand as it now is, and omit the provi- lets, a we should apprehend would be consistent 100. do 100 10000 A It M sixty sharesofstock in the Lake Erie Steam
(h either his personal comfort or safety. B Boat Company.
viso, which required the thousand dollar qualifica. We are however disposed to draw this inference 152 do 50 7.6' November, a
tin. i from these remarks of the editor of the Examiner; Also7 700 do 12 92,000 -N .v.br,
.r. omgassetedtothisamendment, and the that r country aandthe opinmonsofmr distinguish- 'reset price of ickes $12, bit will advance to ao nf l i f
r t.. ..usin odeed, toths adentn the" "ed men are noatvie ed in i England tith fcetings, $13 on the 10thn.ust. For saleat S eas nab e VUU .e
resolutionusod was aopt t a di that ten years since were there utterly unknown. T A A
vision. Instead of the indifference, or contempt in regard to A ., i 1
ir. R. Care offered he folwing resolution, i them, which was then fell, we now witness a lively- rSt North Mtarket-street
which was ordered to lie on the table: I interest and often n extraordinary anxiety. This Trul Irlcky Lottery Ofiice As received and opened twenty packages Fan-
R ,o;; Tht all the sections and, provisionn f, change has been eiteele, principally by the combi- .. .... f_ '.__recei edad open dtwetypackages Fan-
nation of two causes, by the late war and its results, No. 449 South Market-street, Albany. 1 cy and Staple my Goods, adapted to (le
the ex.stingconstitut-on of this state, which are not arid by the spirited recriminations of our scholars. No.449 South Market-street, Albany. seao.a, comprising, with hii previous stock, a large
nirdified, altered or abolished by the proceedings of The character of United America has boen by the Orders for tickets, enclosing cash or prize tickle and verygeneral assortment, which are offered at the
this convention, together with the alterations and operation of these two causes, and especially the for ets, postage paid, will be promptly attended to. lowest cash prices, by wholesale and retail, viz .
amendments approved, or to be approved, by rthe imer placed in an elevated rank, and her physical re- Nov 6. 18 BroUdcluths, pelisse cloths, flannels,
.ame, be incorporated ad consolidated to sources and intellectual powers, which were once CassimPres, blankets, vesting,,
treated eth copoated ad diegid and contempt, are now viewed CONCERT. Coatings, baixes, lion skins,
instrument. withall the jealous apprehesions of a rival, aid CO ER Bansazetts, buttimbauiues, rattinetts,
The convention then went into committee of the with the respect, which their successful exertion 'H/rR CRISTIANI respecfully announces to1 hil l lrnline Circassian and Tartan plaids,
whole, on the report of the committee of which Mr. must naturally inspire.-Bost. Pat. i f.T friends and amateurs of select music, tlhia he ,tlishmuy flannels arid figgored bumbazetts,
Yates It chairman-MIr. Lawrence in the chair. proposesto give a CONCERT at the Eagle T,.ern, Marseilles quilts, furniture dimity and chiptz,
Paits. Ave. 29 this evening- 'Mr. C proposes to sing in the follow- Irish liijens, sheeting and diaper,
The report was read by the secretary. Extract ofa private Letter ing languages, viz. l-ench, Italian, English, Nptan- Levantines, satlins, sinchews, sarsenett, listringp,
M.r. B-iggs moved to amend the first resolution, A ludicrous, though painful, scene, to one ofthe ish, and to play on the Piana Forte, the most celebrate Merino square, and long shawls,
by providing that the amendment relative to future chief actors, took piAte a few days aeo at the Jar- ted pieces, and Yankee Doodle with variations, Cassituere, mock merino, crape, and silk sha1ls,
amendments be submitted separately. din des Plantes. A gymnotus electricus, or electric The performance to commence at 7 o'clock. Silk and Tabby velvets, mairoco work bags,
Some- iark were made b Mr. Pr n I eel. had arrived, alive and in godid health, from Sur- Tickets $1, each, to admit a lady and gentleman, Merino, flounce, and inserting triamming,
ome'relariKs were made by Mr. nPresident,,.a Tbe savOns and naturalists were all in mo- and to be had at the bar of the Eagle Tavern. Nankin, Canton, and French crapes,
when the motion of Mr. Brigs was put and losi. ion, and hastened to theGaideau t, rnioa tc E trA-azco-ue -e par.culars Slirtings, cliches, geinshamss.-.asirt te
On timotion of Mr. Van Burea, the consideration ofi with their own eyes, and to touch with their own Albany, Nov. 9 1821. Tam -- "r'...l'i.a.mi at .- ;in-aiired,
the resohtions of the committee was postponed, and stands, this living electrical machine. The greater Silk, ottohu, aurd li n hand lfl
the ret.rw i, onuniia t rat taken up. numbers were satisfied.with a single touch and con- E NGliRA VI Laa-, w lENG dA Iivr. sted, i.se, and hglihosea,
flffr~l~oot movc tor thieutnsideration-h~t~s.e "l i .m s -.' ..... p e it, uer t IIIROUI' a tIpUl i t olo .rnianl lva, L eea
.-fr. Rht moved for therged by greater seeI forem.wenceh mr gore ited hy a S. TIO i. i ...m. -. i ~e ss eing
lotion ofMr. R. Clarke. Themotion prevoailed,and more stable corinsity, resolved to tr heutmost u a"tIhfo ir tr tiendalr. td.ie psl,s in g.ue, ^ c ashsWrill;ae pimand fancy, &c, .
the resolution was read. extent of the animal's powers, and seized it with at that the' have commeoncd rms i. s rc Octbr i. &c
Messrs. Radcliff and Russell supported the resolu-I both his hands, but. had quickly reason to repent his over the Albany Library, at the foot of State-street. Oc er. 1 ,- 12.
tion, upon the grind, that it was unportant for the) temerity, for he immediately felt a rapidly repeated where they hope, by their attention to business, to 31 7,T.
inupont haie a full view a ooff the before ost violent and succesitvely increase receive a share of the public patronage. They in
. .peopeto a e he o ing shocks, which forced him to caper about in the tend tocarry on tlieengraving of bank notes, maps, 400U BUSIHF,s fint qualitySt. IbesSALT,
they decided on the amendments. in, st extraordinary manner and to tniter the most charts, heads of bills, bills of exchange, diplomas,
Jlfr. King remarked, that the act recommending piercing cdeafroin the agony that he felt. He then business caida, cards of address. &e. &c. 20 Barrels MACKAREL for sale low, by
a convention, gave this body authority to submit their fell into convulsions, in consequence of which his Al.o, Enigraving on wod and metals, coutiting J.M .. A CUYLI',
Scimuscles became so coutracted,'or from some storage house, trial, amid society seals, executed with eit o. 42 South Market-st.
amendments only to the people, and not all the col- property in the fish, it became impossible to detach nesss and dispatch. Sept. 2, 1821. .
lateral subjects. Other information must be given the animal front his grasp. In this situation he re- 0ne Bank notes, and other copperplate printing G ROCE RI8ES.
sn an unofficial manner, mained a considerable time, aid would in all proha- neatly executed. o ET 1
Jr. R.. Clarke explained his object in offering the hility have expired under the agony of hisseneations, Albany October 27 1821. 15tr W IO LESALE AND RETAIL
solution If the aenentsif some person present had not suggested the plun- riHp subscribers have just received, and keep
resolution. If the amendments were not incorporat- gig of his hands it water, when the eel immediately Sl r;s- s i hud, a l an
ed with the remaining parts ofnhe'old constitution, dropped off -He (the Doctor) has been ever since Shirtings aRtO L heeting ISf. st tnofGron-hini, a eritadcomyilel
and presented in connexion, the people would never mostdangerously ill." t N couinignawnt, a constant supply of Powe-r The most irason-habl terms, to all whit) wilh to pur-
be able to comprehend the subject; and it would -- L'aum. SHIiTIINGSA3 AND 61SEETIINGS', chtls, either a:t Wolesale, or retail, viz:
take another convention of lawyers to interpret the A LAW t superior quality, for sale by the case, No. 59 0 cheats hyon, hyson skin, and
State-street. I I young hgynn "
amendments To regulate the bakers in the city of Albany, passed M. KLINE, & Co. t ,,I h terii erial
The resolution was farther supported by Messrs. /the 5th day of aovsember, 1821. Albany, Aug. 20,1821. .3 twt citer imp awder, alo EAS
Young, Sharpe, and Van Buren, when the question; 1. Beit ordained by the mayor, aldermen, andcom- aind young hIi sous
was taken by ayer and noes, and decided in the af- monalty ofthe city ofAlbany, in Common Council Yres n G oee i.e.S. 5 ci .t.. -tli.,.ig J -
firmative, all the members present voting for it, ex- convened, That every baker, or other person, who HE subscribers hav.i,. t i.eut1:,r ,mru,-f rse I .1 .1'4' I t le itc,.. 40 bhle. St. I
e M d e, e E r d H shall use or carry on the trade or business of a baker, ocaupiedby l i 1 N i S w- V. t .-~..,,... ,J.. 1 N.O s S
cepg Me B eye either i, person, or by employing any others ron ""ketstreet,itlhe luildig ca i tt. 1 ; h.,sh i,|,,iuA,
Buntl on, Jay, King, Paulding, Rhinelander, R. to use or carry ou the said tradeor business,'under Mua-salt street, s1the b y.d.gnai h,, ,. its do .
Smith, S)lvester, Van Horne, J. R. Van Rensselaer; his orher direction,or for his or her profit or benefit, g y Hall, now occupied by J. almi, -u--u t(i 12 d I
Van Vechten, Wheaton, E. Williams, and Yates. within the said cisy, shall, from and after the fifteenth aale, o n R N Y 7 hhds inaf and lluimp I
O o / t hecvnit day of November instant, cause all loaf bread what- Cognac BR Y, 5 bhls. Philadelphia loaf J
On motion of Mr. Van Vechten, the committee soever except twisted loaves, which he or she shall Old JamaicaRUM 12 lbds high proof and high flavored Jamaica
rose and reported,without asking leave to sitagai. bake, or cause or procure to be baked for sale, to be St. Croix, and RU pirits,
The report of the committee was accepted, and on marked with the initial letters of his or their christian H l 5 pipes Hioland Gin
motion of Mr. Root, the resolution of Mr. R. Clarke anrd surnames, and the weight of the same; and t HPl lot's and GIN 6 do Coguac Brandy,
referred to a select committee any baker or other person shall offer, or expose for ot' 5 do. Jenks best3in,
was referred to a elect committee. any bread which hall not be so marked as Cotry pipes SpanishBrandy,
Mr. Root moved that said committee consist of aforesaid, every such baker or other person so offen- OldVladtleira, 10 hihds. St. Coix Rum, t
three. j ding, shall forfeit and pay the sum of twenty-five cents l g. et erI ., I NES, pipe old'Madeira, very fBne
Some discussion took place, whether the resolution 'fr every loaf thereof, so omitted to be marked. M laga an I N 2 do. do. I
should be referred to the committee of which Mr.' 2 dbeifurter ordained That i y bakeror Claaret a 15 qr. casks MAlga, Sherry, Tene WINES.
shu other person shall sell or expose for sale, any bread claret riff., & L. P Teneriffe I,
Yates is chairman, or to a new committee of three, that shall be falsely ]r deceilfully ma ked in respect Gunpowder, 2 half pipes icily Madeira,
when Mr. Root's motion prevailed, and the President to the weight thereof, he or she shall forfeit and pay Imperial, I pipe old Port J
named Messrs. N. Santord, Buel, and Wheaton to tfor every such offence, the sum of ten cents for every ytson, 30 bags coffee, pepper and pinento,
compose sa id committee. ounce that such bread shall be deficiemltil the wight Youig Hyso, TEAS. 10 kurg and lilen hoxa Malagi, Sm0yrna as d
.o po ad lte .. .. .....SO (hereon marked. Provided alwas Tha S. andt, ee. fboxs alaga, Smyrna slid
Me.srs. D-,dge and Price obtained leave ofabsence e e n ahe we roht f hh a sall let ocn S kichoogn, and is, 'h Rl.t l s. feolr h
vl deticiemicy tn the weight of such bread shall lie comr- -mchong, and
for the remainder ol the session. plainedof, beforeany Alderman or Police Justice; BoheVigi tobacco,
On motion, ordered that the report of the commit- and hesamedeficiency, ascertained by the said Al- t A C ,S S S4 biss filalel,, i hnulac,
tee of three be printed, as fast as it shall be prepar- denanor police Jiustice eith er byweighing orcu- Java ad St. Doing Coffee, Ltui np, lIaf ru b xes Btialaon No. Chocolate, t
ed. oeiht hours after the same shall have been baked, Starch, lIudig s, Mustard, Al ice, Cinnamin, Mus- bxes pipes,"
Adjourned to 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. sold or exposed for sale. And provided further. emel ans Bloom Raisins, Figs, Alnoatds. Nntmegs, gs poesP"- gimge ,
-MO RDnHWK R That whenever any allowance in weight shall be Soeet Oil, long and slnrt Pipes, Denuijohns,Sperna g ., e ases.
The bridge over the M anrive, at Alexanders claimedon accouut ofanybread having beets baked, cel sail unonti C;l,,dl.s, Copperas, Alhun, Digby 40 doiijs.is sistted.,
...ils, 4 _i.les below thn ciofSien.ct.dy.on.thi' sold, or exposed for sale more than eight mours a ari common Ierrlng, &c os ..'s atid sn snipa"-irts
turnpikeroideadang from Ballstont the cbtyofAl aked, sold, 0 000 h.ana'saud Mat in's Brand Segarsof a 20 cases Cliret W e, d2oz each
lan, anid which intersects ihe Albany atntd Schenec- po al shall de ve o the fe I or very su"e"imr qritlii. 50 reams *Wapp iiP Piper, p
,ady tuturnake r,.Ad near the 10 ile atone, has been ,lte ^of su mevrvl P the afo'avloe tr' iLe ts weo re pirclmase for cash acd ,2 obasi, th allad t), b est qru hty, .
like nutumet .snider the stp--riatctdence amd d 3..,die iforfctrroramre, That ifanybake'or ill be sold low lor cash or aphiri.ved.credi .00. b el ivks roll S iltcoa e pand i hi&h .
tou of Major I tcAo SC,,UViE, the contraciom ocher persoti atall oaks, sell, or expose for satin, an- 'V &' A CUY'ER. Ben"al Indlgo, "*m'>i i, autmmegs, cloves starch, Ness
it ,17. oe ioet-Tsis ittbige again o es lht r.ac of spoiled aid d.iaged hmuror shalt bake, Ala u tmne 19, 1821. 77 1- orleasu t Spaniel, n.egars, rice, molasaus basket
is ul :>Ji to 1tI. nrtilrit atre.tr-um t.rts ofthlis' county of oeaci or of any other iuugedieut that slhill bi i A GOO FAI l I. iB A Gm.tral assortment of Liquors, t-ioi,
Saratoa. And we are aumihormncd to add thai ty an ,l ...i..lt he sahl, in every case, fomfeut fuo evmrs loaf F OR. S-\LE, oB liberal teetr, a Farm in the &c.of thei best qualily, on drantit for retailing.
ara,,-.n ..de with Ihe directors of the Albany k old, or exposed for iale, the suin of one county f Albany, lying igh ils iorin tm he ELIA S MATHER & Co.
and -.i..r,.' i lrop.ki company, co untry waH. i olla Prowcd, That osagl e recovery under this oity te great western turnpike to Clh rry Val- No. i.5 Slttestreet.
gonbs, pa-nmg thei Mohaw.k bridge, and paym 50, loll 'v shall exceed twenty-five dollars. Iy. It c Intains 200 acres of land, nearly 100 ot t 4bany, Spt 6, 1821. I It
at the w,..,-r, o.ie on tie .hi.necltdy turnpike, aem 4. Andbe it further ordaned, That so much of ,hu H, eis excellent wood land. The laund i level anld .
pa.rmittel io ,l.- the sai a:lte atto reCh on their re-. the wi"ht a .ily c, ,vatd, h soil eqmalt tO ay in the ctuty "\ 0 l
turn, ani r.r whI h tickets ill be immediately pro- iu al' thbeipcas q It is in gooil esndition, having an orchard of pp e r ir. partnership he retofoe exist;tg between- i
vided-Daily.dv. weht of breac or a s n coa s wieit a and ther fit tree be buildings are repeca tle ssr bers uder he fm of Cata &
,,nent.-ThteFilinG.i ei e passes the fol e nti the same is, r.by repealed, from and "after h l s .j tu aie above, another Farss.y of i a smt l .
lowin hadi:omecompli A nt on tle labours ofar I'li .ere'. Theiesie two bnouses and bares o tlhe fitm are reqmueited to nmue iniaetdiate payment ti. '
CoRoi-nio.-'M.cni.aidt --s premises, aid will accommodate a farmer on au ex ,icla Cranei; the,- having dtl-matnlds ag ieit th.
'" Repiir-an government has never been maor, MABHo-On Wednesday evening last, M. J us tensive scale. tali irm are to present them fir aidj.istmtn-i.--Al
broadhy a-islrid, til:n intim the convention now as.-em- V. Vissaciur to Miss ELEANOR DOetS, both ot f Tle viciuityof the above landv lto so good a, 11 osog oo Aw'nst ti, 1B21.
blel tiites otiiludel th'; cr.titatlion of New-Yoik.- this city. ket as the sily of a.liaeiy, ,'lmdr- ci'.nir. h.i-l n '. FltmrH., C-NEc,
lleritoftr.surpblic [odiesh ave'gone very boldly -- prsraiunsalho wi.hl to.t si e i i.el) hii lie Doi.s ur 'i D: i'.I. HEWt ON, JU .


ti a rain xI-exer, and there the preijudces Of a cor- (ir.szing tmai lssi .
rupt el-mni.tari edolcation have risen, like spectres, .,enrY V iUPt-aa & "i. Atiuextemnive credit wil! be given for one half of ABI.'. lMAKER. a
to frig;: tnein from furlher progress. At Albany, A I.E receiving their hill importations, compri.- tlie prclae mouey. ,m I The hu ini-9s nill hereafter he continued by Il i
lhowv:cr, the principle that all let;limnate authority y sing, a general afssorimneut of For partirire ro riuqirpe of Ko t.t iA ItvA rl nI, Id I a' .ir.'. r, ni., will keep on hand Futmitire of atf a
resides with, or mu-t be derived from, thie people,- Li igson, Columbia ouaty, or ol the 5i' C.. I,-. isiiJ, i.ml nisi at Ithe shortest n-tihe, at ihe t le
hais been carried, av a preserving talisman, through- firmilll(haEU htefflCield _OOfiS othe city of Albany. smtai.d of Ra. ilucAl lit, sNo. 312 Norlh M iket
out ev.ry ramificatton of the political structure. It which are offered, by wholesale, on their usual tirmjit. C- C. Y ATES. Street, Albany, 98flit
prs r.'..!.c that their constitution miay, notwithstand- Albany, August 15, 1821. 194%I10 October IGth, 1821. llt( ELISHI CRANiA.


Mlrughte'ing & Packi-g ST ,
INI Y'1OIFI' Y OF Al3ANY, 4 hen.t.h ir i i7,- untit ',' 7N :'ARi,
And Packiug and l;pec:tion in the city of New. s- iltli. hu i,;-, ,. a, ci ,i i ;,,,::
Vork.wO l I, a i. 1 i
r ,HE r uhberiherF hg c;sive to m.,ke known tc- i`:Icr', w'ill p.ace a hII tIr !.; -:, vI. ,1 i,
their uilier,lus frir-nithl. a.d. il autiimin c s, tltlia i ,ts wlve s- rit alit ,l a t .a ,' -, !. i .. l,pt .
,n a lddit,-,n to their stablieth:in tn thi rity, I h,- u m'l) rei l th i f, .o th .. -. B. ,
trave Iua.sl arran ig meut ut' to Rt pi k and lis -,elc '.t ,1 I t', shall has thirly lcla;,- :' i-. d ior
ueefand Puk in time city ,,f N',.w V-. k, ;ntl are noa ihus mitre a reusooe c uOn iin ko- Ii,.
erecting exien'ive Stote' [-,.mses In: me, -h6i 'ii ar. 'Wsterloo, coui t i-If Alay
-,.ii,l.,l l ,ni.,i l;Irell i. n ie W half. A.I P-vwi October'23, 1321. t.. h3
.4.. .,at. ie e I to LH... tie, ad Pl ovl-ions from s P. Pr -.ir, it ouisi'. ;itme s ate .-,'21i. 3. 5 1
i. .'.- ,niny i ir hi e I. I e -, r-i -l at that place at a tri- to the siub .ricr, by gi uig tis n al e o an lv o
fline advance rom the priRes iun Aloany. is their iapersi
Persou wilho have beenimoti in thle provision
trade, wil readily percelie the advantages to be de- Ot ICK.-'The suuiscribers ibtr.st yv, notice, that
rivt-i friau this arrangement. they and tltir asssiale-,m-inLtd i l ap i It .
They will pay cash for 1000 head ofgood glature l't thi stateat Iheit next s... ....*- .
Ir,.rei;fl ..,i,.a- eomipat n for 1 .rp ," I
BARRE I3TLLING CATTLE. ... n .. d from t e .........i n.... ,he
BARRELL ING 1 l ity oflTrry t'T .(w tllte court l,...e< uC it.. .III) r-I
'[hey will also advance cah on Provisions slaughl- Rcnsse;atr. o run tromn thi. .ce Isy ti:h d, %.ing hsuutt of
tered by then, to such as do aot wish to sell isime- mLsmuel ls t v.iu, e ti the h es-a ra st r int ts a ssth
diately. near the village ot'Saud Lakc.- tIr... O : i imi
Good Pasturing will at all times he provided. i tIl tkI'IN Ai is It ii ,
E. & A. WILSON. _IF6 .TEDEDIAtH in IR: '..
Sept. II, 1821. Itf \ 1OrICE -'The suilseribers tlo b, htlt oif tt-. imtvcs
-and thvir asiceiares intieund 'tuaily '- i,' h tunour-
able the legislature of the stitm ofi Ns-wYork at their
0 1 -re rtsne xt session, tur maeateiitc.nurorasiou as a ic I,,m-
S ance Cou pany, by the nameot" -Tbe bhc.ihani Fire 'n
tsurance binlopanyorthie city oft New.York.' wiIll a Cta-
O.P tatl stock oh'lur ihuidr.di thousand dollars. for insuritong
property against losi orsi anag' hy lire. Tile uoi-ac of
o the company to be located at or near Chathamb siqarir in
Ethe city ol New'-Y rk.
i Davida St saan, Henry Howard. William S. Sinitb, Ne-
The mosi Valuabl)e Medicine io use for Berrian,Jhui n Palmr, samte I i ,uia s.,n. tI.. '
,t -ney,slames Wehister,Thomas Coup-er, Will;,m Matrshatl,
011@1.1m ti iJ0ROR MJoin Bremn-r. Charlenis Gillart, Nathani I teynimhs,
r HlSntew and heailig Bilfsaut bid. fair to rival Abrai-an Kitdney, Juhn P. Garniss, .lasper Wati, James
L every Mediitne heetofore dsc.vervd, for C'owa, Simnon t' -nmix mo Ia M. erchmant, li
Coughs, and complaints of tihe lIgos, leading to cin Schureman. Tthmas Hiyatt.
suniption : and even in seated Consumptions it has Nuvenber7,o1321. s186.
lately been ued by man7y,with the mostsuirprisiigsui c te -Thesubscrirsher e
cess. Ifcertificates from person ottthehighestrespec- N0i. -.heir tei. ,s l o t -
tey if aso their atl e a e5, .esur. t i o- i. i '1 us u "
t.bihliy,or thegreat and increasingdiemandfonrit.imay gislature othi(istate, at t-...i I. s .,...n, s..i 'm... ii. .-
S- c .llt-d pr,,ofsfitf is. gnuod effil-ets, it is proved eoorporaingithrm >as a, i -mi n .Y.F..r Il.e ipull~ '', ik, .
"*iarcely a case of C-Ald, Coughs, pain irthie snmlu.- i. ; a im.,in-r.v .J rCu-. it ,r It .,i i ).- :51 tuisim ;
difficulty of breathing want of sleep ari'iirI fmrr. n 't" "oi .-i ..is i ...I .2Os Pi-r-.t.
debility or even CimstlilJpsm ,tti, t tay 7e1T"vvd-tr t it' 1 a T..... -
by the tinmev use of this Medicine Many certln* to william' coll. ge -Troy, Oct. 24, 121. 1F6
cates of its efficacy accompany each botle. Gurlon C.orning, Jededialsh Tracy,
'at n* act 1 1 Elias LesIelt. iasF
Bytheia s a Ut I Y order otWl.iam ay, Eq. first.aige.of tisecourt
By the regular ri-ports niuds to thie corporation of ofeconinon pleas in and 'or the county ot West-
the city of N. York, and hy theirorder published, it chester, notice iis.erth'i c;;. .,, all thie eriituort
i. ascertained that more than ( 00 peresondie annsi o' tliphalet To dd, ol Pl.., in id county, an
ally of the con.,umption in th:t city, and probably a befotnr r esaidjudge,ac the house...aGideon Re hnas,
great part of them from only taking cold in (he fit rin Bedford, in said -couity, on the 'winttieil das of
instance, and then neglecting the use of proper December next, at ten o'clock in the toren(umn, why an
meansin the first slages of the complaint. 1 Who, assignment of the said insolvent's estate should not be
I.tt is dangerously afflicted with a complaint, that made, and his person e exenrited ftronm iprigsonenr.
thor-uands have been relieved of, within the last pUrisant to the act, entitiel e"an aset to abohish il.
miss of ts .d lrsonmeut for debt in certain eases,' miS vt Aipt'il7
three years, hy the use of this medicine, some of:1Sig. Dated O2tober3,1821. Eliphalet Jodd in-.ovent."
which hadl been afflicted 10, 15 and even 40 year, ISF6
as may be seen by the certificates accompanying order ofJrhn T. Irving. E.q. ,ist J'mle of the
each bottle, that will not immediately make ti al ofl court of common pleas in and bor the city and county
the same. |of New-York. notice is hereby given to all thes cre.
ALEX'R SACKET, a gentlemen 60 years of age tittors of Hugh K. Toler, of the sail eity. an iQstol
living in Warren, Connecticut, who had from his vent debtor that they shew cause, if any they have,
Sf. a c .u a .i .. c. .i c before the said judge, at his office in the ctit)-hatl. ot
infancy necu afflicted with a cough, anld since ttheisaid ty.on thc twenty second day oflJaunary next.at so
year 1817 with a violent wheezing and difficulty of o'clock in theforenoin.whytyanassignment ofthesati-
breathing, so as not to he able to sleep o'nights, was insolvent's estateshould nor he made, for the bhtinr-it
by three bottles of this medicine, entirely cured of of all his creditors, and his person he exempted from
his cou h. and restored to a good state of health -pr n -i' m |i .,,,, ni t,, ..i .l'J a.i 1,c ,i
STEPHEN SrAMAN of Gr-entield, who hdJ g-,I7. iii0pl iie.s-"liNi-- r -t.,i i, i, i'-a.' i'- |1 ti
for three years been violently afflicted with a co r,-
plaint of the lings, and constant paiu in his side to- B -trderof trh h ',.,ra,,i R ii ,-rlt.er. recit. .i -
gether with a cough, his flesh wasted, he grew ali thecredituto. s.. in. ,nd.rt Ls... -it. t, i -.
weak and bowed down, tnd had lost all hopes of re. York, an insolvent debor, 'to shew cause, iIany -they
cover, hut in 1819 purchased at Ballitown spring have, before the saift recorder, at his ,office in thelu ily
three bottles oftbis medicine, which, lie says, re ballot ith city of New.York on the i tcmih day ofe.
stored Ihi lutng to perfect soundness, aid was a- ciber cnxt. at ten o'o'aok in be f-rtlnooh ofthlat dms.
e h lg p e o n a a why an assignumentaf the saidinsotvent's istateshould
gait ahle to attend to his htsiinesq. mint be minde tor the benefit of all hip creditosr sIal his
CHRIS rOPHER COOK of Providence R. I personbeexenptedomitrer.i.ri.-r.nli | as.iS.m ains I.
who bad been for 40 years afflicted with an affl c. act entithld "at act to at.,i i .. a h..an, ie.r 1
tiouu ofthe linlg, attended with a violet cough, 8, in certain cases,"passedAl A,.l 7 l.IM it Li)t '.'i.l,,
as to be unable to sit inmeeting, or to lie in bed. 29, 1821 1iF
antd had tried many physicians to no purpose, was [j order ot'Johil T. Irving, Isq first judge otise
by the use of this medicine a short time, entirely re- court of common pleas in and for the cit auidieoeai
hed. usf New York.unotieeis hti ebet-h l I'. a t riottir
lievd. dtors t Uzal lMeeer,.ltii. of'th.t u, pi Nr enL ,
Sold icholesule and retail by inolveint debtor,to shew eause, i If-) I.. ltae ..
R M. Meigs & Co. aul G. W. Vlancius, Albhany; the said *udge, at hi office, i- Iu .. cit) .i 1-1n .
B- I Mynderse, Schen'etady s- Dr Allen, Animterr eity,o tihe twenty seeund day oBectinemtr next, Sat Ic
da:n; Dr. Douw, Johnstown Hollister. Little. 'clock in the ierenoon, why an asigmnsiwnit ut .thisaid
P~ I] l & 11 ll ,, ..o T ,insulveet'sestate shouldn't be made.andhis leian be
Falls ; Ilackley & Birnum, Herkiarer ;Ehlanm Tid. ex"-ampted romn imprisonment, priuanct ithleact, tin .
dell, New-Lebanon ; Dr. Greene, Schobirie; .Mr titled Auact to abolish i imprisonment for di-tintee-
Crafts, Clierry Vall.y ; Dr. Hitemcotek, Hervee & tain rew-s,,"paisd Apil 7, i31C D tld Nui .I-r ;.
Warner and J Williams, Utica ; T.acey-and Biss. 18s,' i's
Lausinghbnruh; Villiaia S PalkIer, Troy ; F,. H -,Y order of Josiah Masters, Esq.. first idge oh the
Hiarris. Wamnrfi-rd; aei -, .-% 1l e and fetaitl by court of coummn.i pl as in sitd mor the county st'
James Mellen, Hudson ; who will su:,ply dealers < ,, s. i ti s--" ira... i 1, 1 i nL. s talh. *I. a i l-... ,
liberal terms .1 %1 .". S.'i.m ns, '.F Houssick, in said s.-.i),soi a i. imimo
ibeasetrmsventm dehtor, in his iidimidulm capacity, as eil-l assat. of
Caution -Be particular that every genuine bottls the late firmn of" l eiiy & W 8L i:sin. to obshe wi ,is 'ny
has Anderson's Cough Drops" stamped on the they have, bclore the said judge at hi.usanusion hiuse
bottle; and thedirec'ions are all signed by James in Scaghtieake, in said eunty. on these vt-r'eeit5hd.y
Mellen. of Jtanuary next, at one o'clock Iun ihe altrnaeows, shy
Albany, Oct. 30, 1f6tf a assignment ol the said inisolvent's estate should cot
be .ede. and his person be exempted frm imiprisen.
M AC I N E CA Init to tb let entitled an act so aalith
ACHINE CARDS. imprisonment for debt in ci rasin cac.s.. passed April
A CO'NSTAN' T S" i D oM,,nh in eiVr.;. Pr. 7, 819. Dated Novenbtir 3, 1821i. 1lOF0


!.. from the manu'factories at Leicester, Y order of'Roswell Weston, Esq. a v-i.......vi -.r
a'lassachusetts, at the factory prices, for sale An, Allen, of ithereby itown o' Kiogsbury int t o y of
t'y WILDER & HASTINGS, Washington an insolvent dlebit-or to shew saste, if any
No., 158 Siouth Market-street they have, t,. ire the said counmisslen r, at hils i-alte i
5,3f thu village. mf' Sudy ililti t saidLt ...,i.v.,. fe
Alhanv. Feb. '6. 1819. Stf ilth day ota,iauar tcy tt.atr t .' -It i... irn-....,
hy at assignment of the- said insolvent'ss'ate sh-sid
ott not be .miad, for the bIerieit ofrall his cr..dirors, aid hiis
personu hi --x-xnilpte:dst r-os ntprisonmr.tlor, pursuant tou ihe
A N estimate and asisessment for pitching and pa- sact, entitdv "an act tioolish imsnrisioti.enct for debt
J v ing so much of the side- walk, on ihe west in certain cases,"passtd April7; 1819. Datdi Nontrm.
side of North Market-street, as extends from the ber 3. 1831. lSe ,
north range of ithe house asmd lot belouniig Abraham 13Y order of itichard Goodell, Esq. adge o, t' ile
(. Lalnsog, and the south range of tihe house and lot courtt of tionimon p les in ad trh tile e.unty toe
belonging to Maria Benson, and lying in front of the Jetffrson, notice is hereby given loall tti-'rerdisors of
lot of .sunes Caldurell, widow V. Vechten. Abraham Hale) Brown, uf A.amuns, it saii county, an in iulrtsit
Vosbarguiand JothnrMoore, has beeea mide and re- sdtlitiottiins 1"s"' o.-.air a.t.7 itheyahvlerehtr-e.elw-s*
judge.1, at hi, o ie in Mattis in si idcou n ilte t
turned to the clerk's office. aund will be confirmed hr bcayJ'o f tF, hnry next. 'aHt en o'clocksit, they orut'ir,
ithe c-oinmon council, on the 121h day of Novcmbe.'r wy il a issiinumcit Cf illt- said insolh'et's esrasl it-,ld
next, unless cause be shown to thle contrary, oGi or not be inatle. id his pt r'sonu beexenpted lru te ,inips-
before that day.-Dated October 30(h, 1821. ,nlment. ,pursuant to the act entiiti-l'an act to ab. 'sh
HORATIO MERCHANT, Dep. Cler't. umiprisonieni fo r dcbtin certain cases passeit Aprilt.,
0.lo,/oer 31. Il1NI2 1819. Datcd Novembir3, 1321. 1810
ct lofoy ... b e. e rdo-- ,, order of David Beef, Junior, E- tir n~o e e
B Y order of W illiam L.-M arey, Esq. rec ordero f th e B It or h c dr Di i o ni I, muiios, -il ,iie,. fou1, I e
city of 'Troy, notice is htreby given to all thle cred. r t" s mu tin iin i I r
tors oif Samuel Herrick, of Troy, in the countyoat Renlls* a. .'uy of HRnsshaer, coumsellor. &c. notice is
elaer.an insolvent (iebtor. to skew cause, if any they ,'ei ty givin to all the creditor mr .acb C. t s r s,
mave, before the said recorder, at his office in the city tm iry oi Troysn imiolvent debtor o s. ..
olTroy, in said county, on the seventh day of Decemberi| iy they hsv i. bc-tori tie said ojd.f as i. te nd
ext, at ten o'clochin le frnin, a n i: r ore n, wen a .,"u m y tni
nent o' thime said insolveit's estaitsi ti noth ih ,-,'' v.1 fe erernext, at te o'clo i ithe tlrerto.nt
nti his person be exempterl rom imiproismnment, tp)ursist :W)y aassigntuattoflue said insolvrnu set ttle should
ant to the act, entitled' ass act to atbol sisho iniisouiient n .tbemaue, ad islsitu tie-e .ic i.tut from imi"re.
or debt in certain cases,' passed Ap.ril 7, i8s 9 Dated on,,csent. liirsuisul to tli sact entitled sua act nto abolish
october 25 .1821. 15T"16 uinpitsoni'ent for debt ine retain cases-.'p:a lmii Aprii 7,
sis c1819. Dlated Nivember s1821. IEFS
HKItFAS John Swartrager late of the towiiol' uil. deo L Mry Eq. recorder "' the
derland, in thie County of Alhany, anid Catharine 1 'cofTroyem William L Misey. iE-q. ri order oA ithe
his wiife,did by a certain indenture by way of mortgage t oh Toy. notice is lire-i gin i all th ere.
beariiul dat- i. seventh day o. l.-.lll in the iavol oulitittr en iames P. l Sdoeldoo' I T roi inthe cutniy or
ord on e thousand eight liuidred and t vemyt ar o- our Itunssilaer. can iosslvi, n it tibtor,i to v-an u ..y
IUg the pavmeit ofthe suim of two ihousanu one buna y fre the sai order, s in
Hired au fi tirty dollars, with the interest thereofin the eci y 't or y a i e iietIush dav ou .1 uiy
manner particularlyspecitied in the condition ot a cer. 'ext, at tent" o'c"I link it, forenoon.wh ity assi r ,e, t
ain bond or obligailo learii even dat wiith the Saii t "' s t ou at I e or
mortgage, Ant rfcserred toins the said indenture : grant theletein ol all s tcdir:rsc nulsti o isnrmi. iet -x.
a..gain. sell,.r lcasi, alien and contfiri unto Benjamisn e ted Irum i 'pisonrlent.ur irsiiar to the net .int itled
Va Loan, then of the samn place, all that certain talrn s act tai Glt. *pr d .tte ,r ifr, r o ",,"
Sparcel o n situate lying nd bei t tow passed April 7,1819. DatedN vt ml,ner S 1821. 18 t
or Parcel of land siunte y in the t





still cof.ty al-ryai(La l is Douwn and disutinguisdhed ..
u YAuTts e siuat hin tnutsn u thtumng i Y order oh J'iir' hs witne. Esq. a fIudge oh the
ifollowts; ha .oued oil l inter sl bteart of th ,en court ft 'common pleas iin ant the t i.. cou nt of





he- lanid toiHer ti iat isti Andewi-sin ll Wtu s i f scu t h, b to ti... i n. i ii s nist re i so all the e tticgin o m al
er Wlkr, scuth on m the ls-nofthetry Shcaver rk.c s s. i ituis.,n, aJdebte,t sltasew cause it omyt ty
hi on un Idre-d slltw enty acesa, he% s me mr, hav berru uue s cou sin- n r m. t-



r les reiseb'ting et offiets aforesaid n m nkt-h rnlit5prc is. d I. ill tr isvie h una ie s.smcou n t a noithe. twentyo
I thirten ai ulone haU cteisof si t nd.u--t isung to 1,. ell c ats' at i a o v iie,- ari nt2 e kint 7 fu tit, 1fer.
ter G. Shrttin suhbjet als -tiln ressnou41sise r ouim thn i a viewhy t asi s n iynttui o tis ,li i-snt's esutat
retons. rst e .ios until( nditio s as arcu.o te e s t ti shou l ot he site, fat ant ir 's -,t l a cli, s edsa .
n tie t n si c hapiurt a Dte- ctl smit be r ,'init hlieclito ise ihe a. writing 'to t ie- si-f u-t. t i 5lI an
entiod And pressed i a dd conveyance e i i ad t a -

clayo teolaeb,-intheycr oyear o"ourr Lordtl on,- tlhoaias i Nvcnrrt i21. J,,.il. tta.s Buctiloti. tou. IS16
eighut luideet andtisin, reere-eebe- ogiiu1ti \ ordi.r os Groi>,t er q. a g oi ,,ul





s- erasill mi e- sh auit Iseit l mrcgiear oAti ek s In'-ndariffee ntt'S rta iIent,' i s. esall its t ,e i As-
'ault hat hs-en mad in thlepaS mentor sftlatof ihei-oriki curt it sil* c ) i ms J ,toa ad tiekml e manttiy o'
said in .ilntuire of mortgage: Now lr iii l. 1 rt h i) 1 ull, i l- l e5a mIm Ne s .eml l, a c i. u id
contina.dit, i the&uill inds-t uree t 'on sstrcgage. f i ie- imit-,isec mIe (-he i n I ts cuctssi fi e-mt 1 so thes-a;stost.
;tged premises above described, will.d the aiti|,rtnmand in a me sr s so cit) div slI, tii i uthiif-
will ii soid at public auction or veodit put rmuoo to 8 r ;*l a w. -inAu,e Itlo e h f tee stis- l)s ofI t ints s u lcur-t..il
the satul itn such es-tmanessrnd lroiri idr l d 8to u t- lith btc hol ult y ol aiimar) le',ia, tsi mti io'eolsuk ix the
-it bidder at the CourtIliouse ii the City or Se.h, mis-ca lec"rnaoi, tl.y as,Viniii ..it f itiMthe said i,,ol,til's el.
ly, on tme last Saturdfy or March ne, at us-mi i'eluli telom lu siutis hsoul t not be Inc d, siitins- li, e i ltisrt, )icr>im-
n the-orenoon of i t hatday.-DaGu 20th Septt. ,tibr s imcas-n'en, ian t to tie m, g ,lit in
sat1. `,emllmm cti; a- ioiumu in sey sthe acts aio tIhstutu i -
BENJAMIN VAN LOAN. tl).ted N,.sii.s r- 18ta. 1F1O
BY YATES &toPEEK, hins tt'ys piy order oh Rclirat SlSimh. Esq. hils mmmdg, otte'
SOTICE -Ttse subscribe. rs, on betiall -il themselves B couirtoiiicolmoll pAass io sitn lohI tins iiuitty i.1
-N aid their asociast e inns--by give nulace tha i th, s is 1 .... i is.. i... nt o. .. o1 mi srn to ah l thu, timdicarti f
enid uoptitiy ,innmishelegislature oflhe iesate ofNewYcirk I iii-) l isit J c."y, Asit slesiiu itsthl, to
tirs lit lsshimonlta,,ractltouinc.,r.prate a coipa.) *l- s caus"- ifa") tt",) 'i h iss bn therti idh.0tlge
in this city. t tshe-tle the' 'uTton Bank" wi'h sank., a it.- hatelithn lie vilageuof- ic", in said coiutltyot
lig privileges, siusl lth a crpital lv. uFiviuldtred ll iet-fit thu yis say at Saiusy nest il 7 ',cleffillin
siddtllarsti..ha' l>ate~itii,,inlto iic reemorum te vi- tIih atcrinofsl.by Sn atuignia,.t ol thi.nsaiinsoicsni's
inity 1t Fulutai Mtrkst.-S'tw-Yok NSv S, t8. stsltlishouii t ie madatd Ishis pts-i, Ito x, sipecd
Roberti thic-.tiruilg John st ck Iro,, i llipo.somnent, tpu utsit Lotie aim, .ilttite An
RichardiS. Williamsisma J.lsti utchusni act u aboihi io.prnisouni n lfornd< tIl in crtatm cases,'
ISa'r postedt Apcil7, 1119. DattedXolcoubaibll saa. 18.10


pp o c ne s '







o te hot.o-vle the jw.'6rs of the Court of C.nr.on BY order of Willia liam Thmpsin. Esq. ige o A T a superior court, holden at Danbury, within an. fy order of Luther F. Stevs, Esq. a judge of the Ty order of Ambrose L. Jordan, Esq. recorder of Y order of chard Riker, Fifi teoeirr of the eli
Pi, ,ia lot ti countof} ou ran gi'. t h.court ol common pleasing and for tlhe cunt y I r the couni y- o Fail field,s aI tlain e01 Consrel on ol u......n k ,a it anal f air a, cuni) oa s it y of Hwi.Oii. ii.. ice Is h.ereb* e gl to sil aol Nrw.York notice ishereb pg; tuii lit-cHre .!
r pHi pHuti ItiOu obert PIl'< y). oftthe t.'AnoI Wa-V ol Or-nge, c eous.llor, &e. notice is hereb. gV1 3, t cut. on the third Tuesdai ol Sp.mbe r, A. 1 )1 l- S-neo ou.ei u s h. rei I gi "- a ". 1i creliturs ol RichardCrego Of tihe Lounty of Colun- tors of Luke Artstroung, an insuivem dlnnor, tob ir
T wicln.inthle county of Orange. an l Cathrin his all the creditors ol Israel Losey, ol >aidl conntt a oin Upon tht petition ot k] Zbt r Si ernnn hi
wife .tew iti--That your petitioner the u .ml Robert o lvent debtor,toshewcause. iI any the) tay bel do.ftor i u- i nganiui aag n WakeIsao, lua t g Ablxn isoltl d u sbtnr o s1. causi ,al aa ll han beloC ei, e ti e thW, au .corberae .adhi r lllrr in t.ri l i.T Et hlluii o u M aid c'\ t, f.r s d, hi
Pe -.sseizdin e simple. as tenai in coaulmton, it the saidjudge at hisoffice, in tltlv age ol Goshen. Wak lee respondents, praying to Ifre cr tai l tai j-udg.- ti; l use Il .iter Burnarl iv the of H.d- in on ll first day oi De br I next l ifa at 1 Sio' locki i r d frt
hisuown right of twttqial unliid tn itwdith pl rt antd insaidd county, on Thursda) these s i x ilS, at Doroeibitr m rtgaiged aren .ea steuatld in Huntiglon, itsaid illaa of Waterloo, in i.>i 1 cumit>. on ib. tirso d..i l 1 o'l0ck in l fore o .0t why an asInment o f l i, totl.w yaraid tasrvent1cia tte .,.rIsod i.
yourptlei v. .. rs -6re ,71din a ti s plh, a- tolantn'ti ext, at 11 o'clockin the lorenoon.why an assignllent country. and t scribedinsaid titio ita er ng Dee er. tattwo ckintit t. I..Wl A said estate ll at in sal |aitel an id his per be roadi q e a 8 k 1 i r i fr 6 i
co mont u in light .li the sanil Ctilkaine, o lf vne o0h1r of tl ,cqual undividied twelittih pat 1t'n" Ithat c I lain SAYm, i' is person be exempted from imprisonment, purlutit dents named in tire said petiiionis r. sidtni in Halls- mnauletald hlie b, ilidisarged, ptiriailto t to the act, fii earte d 1:1 i- et to abolishi iinprionment fi debt in ce, r ishiu]]risornmentlo %eht in i certin Costal. Apr i
trAt.oC partel.,llalil,siL trt,lyigii.aidl bl aiig in tile to the act, entitled *an act to abolish imprisoninn it. ;town, in Saratoga ounlty,and tat, oo No w York-l'I tierd an tset for giongrell I in v ill Uif nolvNC.C)," and tain l' st p.".itd Apr!il 7, 131B. Dated Octoher 16, 7. lle. Dated October 13, 1921. ;F' 6
town of Wanwick.in the said comun y ol Orage, mld firndebt in c.-eaini cases," passed April 7, 1819. Dated tiherelore ordcrod by thisi court that .aid peiiiigM be thea inyainenduneKli,. alie. I)an S tieptenbcr C 2 1821. ,2F8112F5
sanieri-ol'Ahmuivoi i Chlidkl m Yc~ii~ od' ro Fames rmot s. frs jug of teo'l Y Or der of' Lua Rhin dur v. a jug of til
0,icrm.c >....ddi.d sei d. .nd isb0n.l..d as ratio--. at Faitield, in and alr thbe county of Vairfield. urkA lk &e. ootico i alith, ert-no'ko! .b u Dart tof' i01 letters in f tt of


to pris:-osntie erby I tvan Oes r, and Hanna hitort ,; Yorder of Gan alel H.o Barntow, Esq rstjudgetof* lastTetICEa -The Direcof r r t e Fa rmerd Turnpike ot c -s v cy a. amnt person b. 10mi pted trunainaI|r iien. pursuant tohe pt prion t, puruan o a i


i ~alsoo the tate ol N w .ersey, are ,eizeP inlfee Citof)a h?.lredenorebandito ersonIbee tt'Hrom Roadand Bridge Company. i.,end to pi tition. the nt m Datn** u ed A as" 29. 8 1. P ipHtu i'nsol" ac.* eivitl.td "an act to abclh imprison rn s tor f Ulse r, tti beoleish iappcilotnrotor bS t incerai
sim l., i,, rightol the aid Hannah, ol on.euibh-r eqal i-nrisonment prsa nt to theact entiled^^ L natt legislature ol the sHate of New York. at iheir next ses- T t- wo l' *d*b ;n cerrini ca.,s." passed April 7. 1819. Dated cas!es.' pased April 7,111,9. Dateil Ocitolbr S. l.21.
on.Yheiastbyla dspatAonthe ai landKet and r -hihsl west, ihecourtofco mon l oes, iand certa casec. a ed oo n t o pa a w t ion be given lall that part MC aid thLu JY ,rle o e oelba. Forminw Eu.. hiif jug.a ull the Ootober li, 181* 12T6 Kn i SW l i
T t ani, andlerol te aeofhio se in Dated September 111821. 410 pkeweiterlyo Ostro r'cornr n latekill e ourl innpleai ad rthcou y u n Y ordr o Nai iel W. Hineain...so. Esq t .t ..ud.e Y ordr o Luca Elmndri, a n. a juy i -



fsesimople~of lne oilier twelful parn 01 the tandanuds '"* eighiland hal miles from the coirpmencement, and to daga a coun. 11or )kc.-. olice is lnereby given icallitie I of the coiurt of romimon pleas, in anud for the turt of common pleas. 111 anii lor I'hn icunty of
and petmisiei. Tliat Julin Biall iinr Catharine hi wile, haveni districted as a public hi hway. < r.diilrs ol Xury Benieict ol llhe town of Oiionda|ga county ol Ontario, eunnsrll.,r kei-notice i s herbyli iriv Ulster, enuniiellor, Sti. iiulice is hereby given iii -i'
iiirligltothlesaiilCahlarine.whowinlbe widow olthe OYorder ol Elijah Miller, Esq. fist judge of the By order of the board of Diretcors. in the countyWul inndaga an insolveiiid-bror, tosh~ea t ai, th,( ,e creditors ol *1lhdeiis ipencer iinlirisoned tee rediiors ol ThiomasIaslhburn ol he townlof An-
saiil Atraham Cliaidler, neceased, are enthirld tealile court ol common pleas in and for the county of WM. DUSSINBERRE,'L? sre r~l itause~i Bany day have. before thl. said judge. at his at Caniandigiua. in saki county. an inisolven dribtor to des in llhe coiinty of Drinasae. iir pisoned for drbtiin
by the high tyil edart i flghe iu lando s and preronei, ai Calr igia. notice is hereby given to all the creditors March1th 1821, 8F6 oye in lle village of Syracus- na the town of Salina s w u.;mso, ivanyilicy hvr Irr tht Cail roe .at thb e ounty o! Ui ter. c a insolent dt t rl t o lsh\i cntei
te rilrs ldowa rod l the lasd Cab marine. n tu e taidlands of Wiatr n Maoul, of Aureliu .in l said c county, an insol t. r city ofAb fr n yon oe vente nlt day otl NvmlbhMr nxt ldiof oFcin the town olt Cananllua, i sai out on i hy e. for2 iaidftjuge.iat hiiy tfit
i ce a id W.. C illiam On, ue, .,h i, I," it"his ff ee i Pouhl-Ie siei1lts Juge, at hstoffic in' Kigston, i saidsCnals. O




a, -ahrerm ns. Aad your petil nonr fuAnther isiNew, taOi v en t deb ur to shew cause, if any they have, before To .the ho able [be Justicesof the Sipr ime Courr of at ten o'clo n w h e o i oon, wh an assiineni o ihe twentyCninty day ol Decfi berne t t. o'oc Ki n, i id county o Ulser.o the t nn i
ef are ignorant th ames rig ,or -ies ol the the said judge, at his office in the to'illage o Au. Judicature, the State o New.York: thesidusolvn' saes uld n be na nd I freoon y an asi en of h i in l ayolNv na o'clock inete forI on W
otey, pis selzo. or persons iUter nte d in the remait burn, ai n said county, on the twenty seNo vem ernth day Epetiton of J n b. Lk Tonne ler. ou the ity of be l ischarged,accoing t. lle act ol the legislature ol v nt's -sat should noi *lbe made, forth bpii fitoft ab""iBni"a ht o>'tle saidiiisolveznt's et'i.,t satesh t i,,
opootberenuai tned1iv-detitwelfth pact altlIh,- said lands *ni^,siktvl.o uinot.ie m il,..sad Ii, vnt'icilateshou notab anll~l' hhble t.ex








pjrt of the said lands and premise and cannot rhieresore ol'November ne tit, at ten o'clockin the forenoon .why f Schenectady, in *he county of Schen* dy, physi cthe statr 0 o N wlorly,-milled aAn act for givsnc rele f ll hiscredlitort and his pr arson be e pis iint l from i m i i be rad< lor ihie br nefit ol all his un itt IorIk atid hls
aitdre.them >t' cou-and ouptiioers i ,eingds. an s..i' nento thes aidinsolvent'sestate should not c.anandurgeon rese ullysheweth-That yourpeto incaesolinolienc t,2ndleactsamending thop"ame onment i 'rsuantto a hc act entitled i an an t to rl. person d 1 e i tA ed Iron imprison ren t *i n ttii>
ro .s hatlopar ation shouldtbe of t.lie i lands and be made for the benefits itors, and his pereoe pe tioner is seiRoa ed, in e imp le, of undivided twent i e D August 3, 1821 F i m i for et i cr n cases" ed t act, entitled a act to abolish i is r
ipre tS, they pray t that th. same may h ,e dividdby son he exempted fro imprisonment pursuant t otaheantt thousand aes of lfit (aag ooenty one equal udii ril 7 1819. O lo d in certain a s,' assed A ril 7 11.
tnom mvi one.d to w bi ap ponrt' teSod by tis honorable court, entitled'i an chb t l o abolish imprison c ent fordebt in s er.s ded sixty fourth part) ais en ann tn com iont r f lPl and "T ur-er W W loam A o mpsn, Esq. trt judge toe Is, Oto1Ter 1,-1821. 7 1_9
t aweeii your peitionder andthestato Oenia inChand tain ease," passed April 7,1819 aed Septem l7, kteall thai certaintract of land, bingla part of the'and oo ir comurtal co inidn plI I-ontn fa0r theroun pY order of James Cnnrbl.l 8t< 2d f .r
1er, Hpenry Va, n Over and Hannar twelfth h p hiart o wifthe, Dandsiel .. .FI. ce ded by the Oeida nation of Indiaensee, to the d people tyo Sullivancin ticial.relyive n toal ihere it r crthleo o fmol s pland sortil u G ortle orderof Rcniard iker.inaisq.recorderou nte cIty
Candlnr,i.nd John Bal. and Ca tharlne his wife hv i thestaleof New York, pby deed l cessihghw f l Indians, ol Charles i rvs nco thet.wnolBfthel in aid councyk a i, c n ty f herX ivo n to alihr6e ticee a o une llork, ¬ice is hereby given to 11soft
the said r ro n or pe c ronB ws ew a e d owo Yorder e(oElijahMid er, Esq. ficorderst of the ciyfdated therofwenty sebod day of Sdpt bir, 178t, lying insOlvnnnadebtur.to shew arise, I aly they have, be taI t riof For Covinidon ecr t c i r The' "creditorsofThik M'alonougi a insolvent debrr, tw ofA .
Said Abrabao Clinatedhr de~ecastd, are entill,dofto a Ile. c court of common pleas i n o b out fW LD SInE R crude saue tolr le'hv.beoet.si odlothsstCaadiu.i ai on).hti sle'i" t the county of WM. DUai e. in prireuontil tot eii il in





aeording totheir respective rights therein pursuant to as New.York, noniceis hereby riv en tall there. o the norhward of th Oneida lake, and w8i6h fA i the said judge. a hisswulinthouse lto n e eowno r ai s7!"w ot,r he ph(,oi,"bayr. th ew s *y t e or te said et8,ice-toI a
the ircionsor'teactfo t he parad ttiion of lands ditors an of Wi lliam Nilson, an i nso lvents debtor, to shew yt was graned by e people of the state ol New hmpsn, ins d c tuty.un 11h- sevmi eenhl da\ .f Nx t, fie, a a hin- thiel iev he, t A I Fort roe drt ea otlece n ther nry h ll uf said city, on the


OB TPEN ,andCatharineh ife cause, if any they have before the saidrecorderat his rkbyletters patent, bearingdate the ninete- day vebern t a o'clock ono hatday i ount o t tw a o eceber net, a 10o' e. in ie for-
Ba.yJatksoenandCaye thr Attorniesf. olhce in the city hal) of the city of New.York, on the |ot Novembrhnt, ie he yar789 unto P.ter Pen- C beiro why atn-ssign mncti the saidinsolve stat shol a one o'clock in le ea. tieS It C newy an asaignmentof the said inolver oate
TO BenjaminChandler, Henri Vn Over, and HLnnah fourth day of December next, at ten o'clock in a tract ol ten mil o s square, as elated by John Dunca o he made. d h es b rom in ls e t w|yana ti laInentol the riin.Tlv a tt no hocish o l bs made, aun hit peron be ex ,ni:ed froni
his wife, Daniel Chandler,and John Ball, and Caiha te forenumon, why an assignment o the said insol. agent and attorney te id Peter Penetby hin dul onment aee to te actentt an act to ab- m e mprouent, puruat to the act. enti A
rinehie wife.andllothers interested iu n the premise v ent'sestate should not belade, and hIs person be ex. authorized and appointed: Begnning on the touth- its .mpiso'0nmt et for IId1 ri et, am in the' Is e actmneillaeanaeet. pursueiiL- i nt rn tu'bolishimprk>,n ieiitfordebtin ierl,n cases."pas-
above moentio aed* .rm ruted from imprisonment, pursuant leothe act, enti- east sidd ot ta*-riv r St. Lawrence, abthe mn th oft a Atr l :* 119u. Daod Augusf8,1621. Charls rvene vns' na.( t|n t;y m ? eq le 'tpd n 'lie e Arl l 7,le attttlob mr 13,1821. 12FO
T.AKmi NOTICE: that a petition, o which the pree etld an act to abolish imprisonment for debtineerl- creek, called by the Indians WeteringhraGft a t CovinoAuut22121. Celiu M Erwin rider of DvAOn.E .fir.ulil
aingt eqpy, o 'rill bepresentedito theco urt o l common taincases,"passed April7, 1819. Dated September I1 to be aboll twhve miln s beeow an Island IIt f sital Y rider ol SanL I Wilk sou. I*q.sirl judge ot th solvent ofco on plea in and fle l, td
ple to be heldat the court housein Go ihen .i and lur 4F0 ver,cal Carlet 'sor Buck's Island: wich pl of co t of cn pls. in a or the county o St. Lawrenc otic e is herb iven t
thC egu o W OraOun geh on the first Monday in Deecember begisiteg,is the north west corner of the lands aie Bri. otice hreb g n to the creilid rs of l Y order of Joshua Huthaway, Esq. a ude o he i o es eckman, an islvent dbor 1
tnets atthe oipt .n ofthe sconurolhath day, .r..o.n.... order mRicha rdLRke r d, Esq. rAcor derof the i ty'cleCathet. the san d -?lheratra coun"sel ca be heardkand a rn ap atjoc it of Hudson, notice is hereby Biven to all the and1 by them ceded to the said state, and runninit thence ty.ai~ni.,lvent ilebtor,to .hew cause, 11 any they have, uoieida, couinsillor. &<*. notice is Ihereby eiveu 1 all office in the to./n of Madrid. ID said ecurt e ol, i
i t othe ird rt met peri ts e etep ms ua creditors ol Thomas Brownl the tity o l Hudson, as easteight hundred chain. thence stuoh ,igit hun1-d b|re the said judge, at hi, office. in Buffelo. in saidl thee r, lit ors of J,,hn Fih or Utin an insolvent tiltor, a ih day on January next, at ten o'cloc-i the f -
e, aeot2 go ieprayer o thesaid p i tde o o hensolvent debtor, to shew cause,it a1ny they hav, be. I'hat theno.thenwae oeft hundred chains; and en nty on the wriy secnd day oleembr t.a shew caus, ir any they have.b or e said.u oo, why an assign etoh e said insoventl siut
A Uuit A ERTPE andCatiah.rineb hits wife. crets e said rtecorder, at biseorlece ind lie eit of Hud-. beorh eyghet .ln drp chains tntto theplaceo begnn eo the at his ofe in om in sai co y on i hi l note mde.and his prn be e pd f
Jck Y' n I on thefirstdayof dce r r rtat ten o'clock on ningxty o thousand acres snid unsolvent'a estate should not oade.lort lrstd ol Demyr et a o o'clock in ].e t or- l- ison.ia t, pursuant te n f t. ensid ld v"an sat
By Jaeksonand Casetheir Attornies. 9 r3m itheorenoon, whity an assignment of the s ooo;d insolvent's rh rpelt,er i ignorant ene ghts b oall his credit .an hi person e exempt noon why n a inmnt of the said i olvn' esae bol iprisomnt for deb i certain ase" a d
; ,. -estate should not be mad,., and he be discharged pnrsu. -t s o tl prsons intesleds in tihe res ander o f ipis nmn. ruantt the act, nitr"an s uald not be madee;nd his pe rsn b e ( fro m A il 7 1819. DaId Otblr 12 l .2Fo
Order of the honorable Peter A. Jay,recorderof the a t to thotact entitled" an act for ivin"g relieI in cases esaid tract, sn granted by letter patent as suresaid, an lo abolish i onment fur delt in certain cases, impriionment. pursuant to tlie act. entitled .anactao rv a a
eityol New York, Notice is hereby given to Robert ofi nsolvency e "passed A deril 12,lT i3,.nd the acsamendx. auto erefore cann t:t state thon o this court. ]issd April 7 1819 Dated September a i 1821es. 10F10 lalsl imprisonmnt for giv btin certain caesrpariiid >B orer ot snaac Hall T ifiany, Esq. a ju..ge o t.hte
.Stoue,otMeadsvil .intleestateofPennsylva iaana b ing the same. Dared Septembel 7, 1821. 4F-.0 so you pei ttnt r ebe .ng sesirous thll t partrtron -- -- pril 7,l1l9. Dated O ctolicr 15, 1821. Fishin. Sch ol o pleas ir and lor he y, iint 0(
,bv mentiorne d ..I ll ot.efs w.o. itm ma oncrr, I so nade of the said ladAs, he Ht-eloe r. .r Dleod B uel.Jr. Esq aso olthe Iin e t I2d Aprl 7, 1814 &r. O ober is 1821 iF
hat on application and due proof mdethi the aid |Yorder ol ichard iker, Esq. reco. .ero.. the cty of th tte said pre e may b divid by co.nnssirv cormn u pleas in andfur the cunty of els. sor, f ,exlors cf "oFn Coous.of the ow atd c-unt
AstNature of therstate aof N tw York.oenti chte An act for ol'Wialnam 1. Caldwell, an insolv rnt debtor i toshew ?ndthe personss so as aforesaid unkonwg t. him, accord. >rs w .la,,es Herr nglon, ul said county an involve in gco nr, Afuoule 2d 3 2. f t they have, before the sa.iljudge,at his olf e in the olti
|r iver ardpeal C trmso o ry Duk'st slne a nd. whihets p t in BL+ 12,10 St.Slrlol onalon lea[inandfaietie lei




Telieath p absiontinE o an d absent debtors he hth causeil any they have, b lore te aid recorder, at his I i repecve rights h nad n suance debtor, to shW a i any t y ae. beore said Oneida cu l no s n r hohari in sad couny, the welih ay o No
directed all stl e n st te o. the said debdt r s"etor tobe seitzend, office, in the city hall ol. the said t ity, on the twelitb th e elections ofthe acts lor the parttionru antr. A. i Sthlgeat his ,,fike n. hicby I iroy in said count) cre dilt ors of M rtin K ?nd e crb gaoitf rcer next a t ten o'clock in the ortnoon, wthy an a
ciyo usn o icei aruygvn east toheeerpgiento ay ffi e n il tttoofMaridni) ai cntr) ol 1'




andthatunlesshnae turtnsanddischargeshisdebtswil-th.dy udn hisoten.frn n hihwle rp yeoethe w u dftdayotJanuarynehtaten 'clockinte oon hy N e.ber next, at one cSaid n aii Ihn d7 b ic ann ve nt si,'nment ofJhesaid uaolvent, a t ate should not be
none year after tha notice of such se ture, all the e r TmBassign m roentolthe saod insolvent's estate should not thOc w "hN S. L. TONEL;aR- o'clock in the .iercus.wly an assiy nmr nt ol .thle .aid h'at i bethre e sei d ju1Er, athey e se, o at tsiey mhy na ssoanienelit o f all hi, areditor.and s l ispesrtol
v a oneySan ainsolventnOdebtor, tol eshewecaull iu -anl tile), hav.....b.. je.tlinso. 4 hrar, the said, t; a cr-.




taceuwP I be sold for the payment of his dbs.-Dated bemadeforthebenlitofall His creditors and his per. T Pnrt o in terested in the premise above mnnn. isolv 's estate should not be maoe. orthebenfit un helhirt n I u he exempted erm i sprisonment, pursuant to phe n,
!thesecond Robt. L Wison, atorey lor attaching crrdiors. ct entitled "an act to abolish imprisonment for debt a tion of which the preceding prisonme pursuant to e act. ied an t lve 's este o t a n ".et te ai s p sle Ap i 71819 Dated oler 1
so in certain t eases" passed April 7 1819. Dated "Oc. is a o'Pyv wtU be h e presented to the. supre ie cur of | abolish imprisonine t for debt in certain cases/passed t ] a 1s nt be iad' and 7Is per. 182. Dohn Cocus insolvent. 8nao
rd toht"S 18 18l I0 dicatureoac[bet, ate el fl etwtYorks atethe capis olintt hI t,1,
orderderofthehonorable Richard Riker,.sq.record- 'tto a 1821" 1 ityof Albany, on tfeigirst wMo rd Jan t c pua ixry h 7e l tob\ il, 121. o0F aI e tl,. theanfacdcto sia t 1 t s o .a 0 bn ,r lc Y order oS Jbhn r. naill.. ,c sq. first .ja.g<- hoe
to a of Ne i ty orkN w York, otc is hereby given t o Y orler ol Zattu Cus EsA n first hude at the at tne apeiog of the courtpra onate a7 1u1se Da orde ofuAaron Ha1g. E irst 1sudg olI a, )t I el, tfivl debt11 in ce tan cases," ober ClatrH otI Hal *in Eq, r e '
to Arueubald W. Hamiltou ol Charleston n the state 1- court oI cotton pieastn aad for tu- ueitnty at beinn beheros v a12F1U ar applination-w_ _lctreuat d htorlo
o. eout Ciarolina gothlema t lao abse nt +debtor, and tn chautuaque. notice is hereby given t he 1re dio d "O ad (or the appoitin ol DatedO~tvvlkrs. is, 1821. Jal; is and bo ghe to ,,
al 1uthersb whomr it ayd oncerns thton appliiatm nand olulbshaW Youngl otf the tavid [startson.-lie d t huseod l prays _ol B roffleavid ol.Jr J.Rs ea id u rtot anli n t. 2 0 '"* Ithe prayerof b elhusai tets, tc.o--Dedtees dgca IIB
dne prool made ti him the said recorder, uant to countyan insolvent debtor, to shew caust hianvthey of October, 1821. -O- sv dI ca M a e fn t ti hIe oaelorea ra f cortl er la in anid lr tohe coSnty of Clrerackin (a f Ciu.othess in e o e
thedirection,.oflheactofthe legirslaturnofth esatetof h al e,-before tbe sa dhereby t hiv to alltin h io.us oeytl our t, be im.tseilaudge, .1 hi. .....l gin to ill the role of SchTL? e^ in in'*", a" d biorltos "e' cause, itoat, y
sN w Y rka ,ena titled ian act lrre ietaga nstabso ne i g het ow n eotPom fry t in hley h ane. foth B6iReSa dh r.cV Norates, A tt'y. 12F3e atm I said count y o l. the le t serenh day of N ovem ant u l A ti e io le ,n adhouu tyran nsol T Bssh%,: R )to tth ynbr t ,s d
its t lie.li re cti o n o rd aon o rab.e ,ic h a rd k e r, ..d .. .t doy on, Dotei eesmb e r g i v e n teh e, an iu e o^ s le e kc in t t e fo l o- s
directed tiill hes tate o a aid A d btl W .Hasidt ff w vhy anassignmentofy the sal dinsoaienty estate should Y d o fthe act sonor the1 iar.. Rtat a N .c.d igament e in insrovenin sa id ou nt)
andbe sezed.; and that unless he.I.returns aid discharges.idb W not bh ay de, and hu s person be exempted from inw ris o the coty of New York, no e le hers by oefronextatonent Oneid inonth t irty rsd o ewembei* n et
his debts wyteia n t ne year water this noteie oe soue1 seezt re e aen t -p-r-tt othes aii _ent'.e s t a_.te ould s Jacob Helh gs, absent debtor,Hand to all otherswhom t rs in ohe ate ntit d an ca moigsh im o ct* e t renIles of that yhyo c n ass i l1m e xem edlfr om bt ierinas s
all his estate will be sold forth pay ment and satislaction im rsonment f lo r debt in certain cases,' passed April 7 o y.Tl eron s, iaton application and due proof v ade smn' or debt at e h ul o casebe assedl. b .1.f the sai pl''s estate should not be maea k. Spten er 7,1821. 8F
ofhisdebns. Batedthb 2ddayo May 1820. 71'ly ayt1819. Datedotoherl7.1821. 14F6 to t .t..h.. ,. d .orde P..">" ." the.direet.on.ot la d Octobere6,lS1. toFo hisp.rson beeemptedfrom imlrisomencpursuant "rderWalliao Jay,Esq.tirstjudgeorth.rou,
,.L ikerIattorneyrorsttachdng redntoty oarn Garriton r urh theegof'sto B, enienjamin Davi insolvt. o e c n ldoabolish imprisonment o ontforthein

osrthe sco ln da rohanuary, a2 t de to so beo ax 1ptedUn ansdhs1 Danfoisn I 1iu lo purseantotorth ctied d allt his cr d to rs. ad hisopers on th 10o foc e in here noon t hy an di toen of ti l c erta n ies til April 7 8 le Oa Ile,1


11 .L.,a terson,attorneyiforattaching creditor.. BT fa Esnot..u hg a e mtiton fw "ipronv e .llre ordroh deis o n
ACEy ... .. .telld'ngaitproronment, pursustt toeotdrogActd ntitlne. ,an ,.. ...so










1B order ofthe Ho .JohnTobe ""IP Ca w lrving, firs oudgeof o r o su mn h ya nt s1e^r e r n e s. p e Coml a l so n a tEridet n r han sha n SI f m id n h r 1 J n C al i ol entIEd
the court o mn on n ote iy v e debtam rnotosrfiewc18 s eh solvent4FIOrdAor.oto shorowhea' Januarycaust hisoIe- n -_e.c t ell t iedusAn getyto yaboir ustent bo r.od atsjudgerOf t ile





y Y s ntoJ a o eloPoe Y o aoftecityolirs NeYrkudge o notieihe s n hereby" enIBYi_ of, .Y sq.frthjudedoforeattleoeningdetswtheinutoeyrasonlerasot, refAnHigEqrtuefhc lss sd 7,1 aO
'to Stepibal .H mitno Charleso Elae t onitysin the state ofWro15. 132a.arortiorgasonanimJust.ninsolvento'mo2FIaolusuchlseiiure all the estateiwilltoeasold for the Iitobo'Is
















;lrd. an absnt debtor, and to all others whoo it in saidcounty, on theitnp th-day oi Decembernetfatrten t econrt o cnmmen pl;as in and for tie countionwle er next, at ten tloc, in the lortcm oon, phha s ninli faa of DecImbIr next.1 "ten o'clock in laor h rgd, uno tin h tt o iwn of' ang hen di sai
oay .out cer thatr o napplication anddueprool made to o c k inths fo enoonwi ean ","'siv enl t o igmthee sai De trade efr e i e t" herueby 0 i sin ersa ccordin ,o t me .not ie ai s ob ven t o allt i eho d it orof'oln
b.iu,the ssid|isdg..piiruanittothedirectiouisof the act i,,solvent'sestaleshould not he made forthe benefit of of Dariu Sm""th' ofthll to>wn of MasO..Vlle, in said mwia forth enefntofailhiscreditors.and his person be should not be made. and his person be exempted front t hesame. Dated Oci,o r 1121a heat am dng
helegslature.I thestateof New.York. entitled "an al his creditors.and his person be exempted trem im- cunty.n insolvent debtor, toshew cause, it any they exempted from imnprisonimen.t pursuant to the act en imprisonment. pursuant to th t oE ennioledvoan acr .
A otb relie rswh aitm abscunern, that ouapluent debtors," prison ea .pursu an t to the act entitle *An act to .hve p before th e said judge, at his dwelling house. xs titled an act to abolish imp-sonment for deb. in to abolish imprhsonmentfordebtine rtjin asesl" ps 1or er0o leichard Riker. Esq. re codeir it .e cy
duehathdreteddlhe estate o the sad debtor o e abolish im risomntfor debtnertain ases"passed altonin aid ounty, on the himfteenth herein cases,' passed April 7, 1819. Datd October sed April7,1819. d October 3 IS21 l 2F o New York, t ice erey gis e ateli e ce






seized, and tdat u less he returns and discharge hts A']>ril7 81ol DatedOctor,241821 14F6 day of Deaembr nxt, at o'clock in the afternoon,hwhy 91821. 106 tors ol Abraham Aker, an insolvent debtor toshew
-t ny hey 'alt vllaeotjulu lo re the said jdge~an iasdeaer ill till lwn of ,aidwe
-1 anacsfa relefugaistascodintth tow ofrst day hoseln DIeLWebovcohn r nxtaat











dells wnidn one year alerthi e olt, such seizure D ran assignment ol8the s aid insolvent's etatcshoulr not b .Y k rdi r o Richard t i ero F s .1 use it any tey uave.heloret sal re on





Dated the 27tb ,av ofJune,1821. 81 Of &c. Ht.ie is hereby given to all the creditors of tied anact for giving re n insrs of insolvene).'and cour o! common pleas in an for the county ol tors ol Joseph toles ot said gav in to a h"r wniehlh day ol November ned.t. at 10 o'onockn t .
N w or k e tt d __ ._|'ly an i .he tws) ev nlnd y f N vel d iaor o h tc n e said oftle $-it ns lv n 'ssoa t illeat't '











tdeb oo Fay,atrs a rnevdlorattachingcsreditnrs. BTh sParkrloDer ttown ofKl ingbury, in ti e county the actsamending theme. Dated Septemberh20,lr21 Ohen toinRk ,hr eb) givnjo ltrae oot to tosl eostifanytheavl telretbsolendcthi forenoonf a eltiwhyan assignment o l teaidi nteemt r.se





re,, r .Joshua Formato Esq. t Ai st judgee of 1he 4o el ubJ n on anin I commt shew enu es o6 r d IbIo ke Pen'at r h eeo an ut aD s officein the c ithallof said eity onT crrli ros a n hisbeer "a b the bnet ot l his
Scourt ofco mon plea in and forheountyof Onon t vigeofSandy Hlela inain ntor te sonut y Ohus rereh R Drake, Esq. first judge ofn he court said jud, at his dwelling ,oustin Peru, on he ern exn1ya e'pursat tlpea e e p o .ir npo





dag;!, o,>ns. llr,r ke, roticr is he reby given to Siwel d|ay ol January nest.at nine o'clock in the forenoon,! of common plea, iu aud for the country of Broom.s, the thirtieth day ol November next. at one clock int sig m o thesis ner so lvent^ 'setat sho"uld no bl pr~isonmentfor debtin ce uir n actS teaols h my
*Pae. now or late ,f the town of Stodardin he state of w, ,y an assignment of the said insolvent's estate should no et a ive n to all the credit boyr osereuiah the a fternoon,wbf an assignment o h S w Hampse ire ant absent debtor, and to all oters not be made, ior thi benefit of all his creditors andhs oChe ngo, in said county, an insolventdeb. estatesho d no be made.nd his persn be exempted i n An act to abolish impris
wam it emeay on-rn, hiat on application and e proof person be exempted from imprisonment, pursuant to or. to shew cause n if any they havebefore the =aidjudge, frpt imprisonmentf pursuant to tle act. entitled ian nt oc i tin fen n pase April 7.1819. st order or Daniel W. Lewis, Esq. a conAissl<-i r





sadebtoshnhesadJoslua FormanEsq, pursuant to the act, entitled 'An act to abolish imprisonment for atte cut huse "n Chenano. aforesaid,on Tusday at to abolish iprisonment for debt in certain cases.O r I1,FBXId insolvet&c. notice is hercdy given to all soe le i,
thedeeion oteacto heLeilaur f thestaleofr d ebt in certain sse April7,119. Datedp Oe. th went i fthday ofrDece. ber next,at ten o'clock in passed April n a1819 uatedSeptember i 7.1821 9. i Y ordersof JohnKeen, sq. firstjudgeof the court ofStephenDeckwith,olthe counmyofr Ont ario aniscl
New York, entitled 1 an a yt for reliefagainst abscy1 i0iy tIber 15,1821. 14F10 t14 forenoon, why an assignment of the said insolvent I order o fmb L. i ol common pleas in and r thecouny o Cortland n b to shew causeifany eyave. or






and ahsent d(l htrs," passed 21st March,1801, ht hath estate should not be made~am' he be discharged, pairs of H0' ose J n, E*q. recorder ofthe notice is hereby given, to all tneelredidors oe Lorhin sad ,oommissionermat hit ofticin Genevao on ahoviemi-
7. L Rkratonyfratcigceir. s....Nw



















directd all tle estate, r at and in rsurial, wa thin the h order of William Hay, Jun. Ettq,one ofthJudg ant to the act. entitled h An act for gieintd relief inteas.,, c r s o f l n w oti s r e o t r of the town of Homer. is county~aninso eth day of November nextat ,0 o,,.o ck in sefort roo
caoun-y o, Ow ,.of the said S..WI.1 Page, to be seized ; "ofth court ut common lens in andfor t he count ol nsulvency." and the acts amending the same. Dates e o Int r ot own w bno enl debtor to shew caus. if any they have, beforeithe o hy an assignment ol the said insolvent's estate s iou
b~h~thd~rcc-dalltbe etate o! th saiBedebtritouavis ish im,'t ... entfordebt iue CtrneinescaaeedtheatoedatAprhln7,n s8id.cuntyrn te free bf














and ht u te saidSew P.., do return andd ty o War n cou ellr. c notice is hereby given September i 1821. Jeremiah Ca phellinsolvent. T 1 d .- .aid jude, at hi dwelling huse, in aid own, on the not be made for te benefit all h redit
.Ihare his ,bls ihin on yar after this notice of to al the creditors of Augustus Spdietehllto ssing, of the towa f ao r ,r i, E s qfir s t ug of th ige th day ooeISaJanuary next. at oo'clock in the forent 1e be disc hargrd, pursuant to tle act entitled *ea a
BY orde rrthe onsbabeArnowd las fD.rstlud, ByoB'E, 2 couRok-ir in



















llteestiitre, all his estate will be sold for the pa bment of.Caldwe lIin said eounty~an inolventdebler, toshew Y order of John H. Jones, Esq. firs judge of the a tthwenty r d of NoYmbprnst,al one whi an assignmentotthesaidinsolvent's esate s d for giving relief in rsses ofminso!nd bbcd' an lahaen
n satiscii of his debt!. cause,rifany they have. bel nre the said judge, at his couf t ofcommob pleas in and fu r the county u l Gen e i nsourt' eac rn opl whye ans assin n mentor .ohetsaid nof be made .uo dhlis person be exemptdfi rom j iurg meni.lnetle same. caurdSe.ira)O S e 1 e1 oe
T M Wood attc y o r attacfne ing creditors. oi ce in te town of Caldwellihereby in said county, on the aee sno !isdhereby given tonall the crf itohso tiverLtomer ytateshoule not be made. and hit per B os pursuant to the act entitled An ac to v e p o 2 I S21. Eti
June 27. a ,t t 1821. 7T3m ettei.th day ol January next, at 10 o'clock i n th e orenoonlu Holden, of Batavia, ie said county, an insolvent deebe y. n beexempted fromlt imprison nmet, pursuant to the iprisonment for debtin c rtain cases" nasty f a r t Yort er of Morris S. Miller, Esquire, tstjudgeof
Nofwhyashsignment o the aid insolvent's estate ioul to shew cause, ifany they have, before the taid I t nt ay th e ) n act to ablishimprisn int for debt 1.- ate October 4eb 181. giv e ',e court of commcr r pleas ion and lor le onay of
Her KAS izabe M.rrow, adinistralrixof the not be mad t. and his person be exempt d from ipr at the house El tan Lacy, in the town of P certain casespassd April 7, 1819. Date October Oeid, notice is hereby giv e to all ie creditors I f
du eotuaeloheralni Shsband, William Mdo urt ow dt ceIas onment, pursuant to the act, enit yd an act d o abol. countyonthelirateen lh sqday ot l deces t oftber nxt s t 's8aeC 10F JY order o Joseph W. Moulton,E sq. a commissioner aoinmet Harcingtonau insolvent debtorto shew cause,
ed virtue o t ,anorderter thleisat purpose, iae by Clris.t ish imd e risonmex1t aor debt in certain oeasc," iassen 2 o clock in thp afternoon, why an assigmet r h coun tyofro e ientde s hereby given to all the creditors, l i any tt h- e, beefi r tof l aid judge, at his utEia
Tophr C. Yats. Eq then surrogate of the city a April 7,1819. Dated October ,1821 14F10 insolvent'seate should not be made ad order o ichard ker, Esq. recorder olth ci e Ia e Davis, ai solvent debtor to shew cause if any e t Uic in saii count, o the eighth y of
countyof Albanyan of the au In such a e be exempted froa mpsonment, pursuant to the ol New, Ytrk, notice s herebg n to aliheredi ohy have, bore he saio com issioner, at his oflce lereby given to ember next, at te o'clock in e on o
a prwaidl in order to tcure the payment oa cer. Yordero Rihbard iker, sq.recordeoa the y aet entitled "an act to abolish imprisonment I r debt to o Samuel Ra, an insolvent de tor to se i h village o Hu lo on the ieeeth day o inient the said insolvent's estate e should il u
tainlsumof m ney tonhen due and owingct did in and roy a ro ns ew Yorke notic isf ereby given toll there. in eerancses,"passed Aprilt 181). DaWed Septamd caise.if any thi y have. before the said recorder ahai this January next. at 3 o'clock in the a ntirnoon, wht an as mater i or the bes"nt ol allhi c7ditors.anD hiteedsi u
sain Indl ntireofrelieby way ofmortggeandda. ditorsotamuel Alexanderani nsolvent debtor to shew her22,18 ofe in the ity llof saiii ontheW fourth silent o the said insolvent's estate shouldtanot be ne exempted from imprisonment, paosuans to td n acta






ted ih* slixte nth day of May one thousand fight huno ce use r sf any they h. e,tbefore thi said recorder at his uY order ot Justin Dwinnelld Esfe at hif dnr n, a ltol November next.at 10 o'clockin the 'ori noon.wh3 made. and his person be exempted from imprisonment 2 ei8led an c to abolishh impi.oiment lfor debt in
kted eo t h a h steo d t e d and seventeen, bargain sell. readas aline and eonr offl re, en the city hall of said city. on the eighth courtofcommon plain and fr e o M nmen isaidinsolvent's estatshuld not be pursuant to tD act.entitled n ue act to abolish io pris t ses P a da ril7, 1 s q. Datd Se| liten Ir
firm un to John Wadeof ethe ityor Albany, weaver, an un. day of January next, at 10 o'lockin the forenoon why on.counsllor c. ice is hereby vn t all and hs ersn b exe pted rom imprisonment oment r debt n certain cass'passed April 7.1819 24,821. J. B. Harrrington insoleint. 3
ad ed to teofall" haticerd in ro nd faah a n hee said insolvent estate should o t b B no the to e o no nt a t a, l Dated October2 I 13









dred and ithereondinguate the then srst ard of the Cityofnd nth cemdetr ofP lor Mtherbe neli of salhi cr veditors n adcut, a insoven debtor1 2Fthe at,!.- the house of rd e ogtn Pachi n i nthes pass n of Apr len 7,11 o ven' estfate hold ho b made an hi peso .nde flor thebn eit o. l hi cred itor.* and hii penou'
144I 311n t tlyn r- t-r ns-urd eviI n ai outyonth -g -daofD-m I aieconelorhk oic i hrey ientoal te emotr ectosbu'is r soud otb tincaes"pgsivAren7 10 atd alrl tincse, pssd 4il7k31. aed Ocal lr a











-ed, by vite ola nod ertort ha t potice ios t ereo de hrby Chis- is tw mpio' melo tfockb in certtenon yain Cassines," ofsred ito r p oe f Saut el nLetonar, wby au tw asinn e mit yl~ beee e rmipioms r radhspro 81 fT0*8

eph in -urmanc ore e o th e wein s rog ate d ith e sain d Apr i lv7, 819 eatedho uld nothema2 a4F10 otth oha rusoveuatn s es t t esb ould b no t sb e ad o th e An seeoeraolp &c. notYce os d o f Jan in o t t, E s hew causs e of an Y rd r f "I alin oh
eor atyfr aiand orfth heastatmeEin such case mYde a ,rdn persote exempted E m rhone t e alee l bed e gea ths fo m imprisonment o y c r eont sairaunlgeL atod pu Mroyf.r Srdeo rtnh Y Cad toa ,the !, olls r ,ohfr
H. C.Pat h ersonor aerto rne oreattah ingpaym enit oF aee- By cdrt Rcad ie, s~e o une a eety o .rsact~e totleu nact, t boihim rsomn rd B` ., IE.B. -or i tn d "esleodrofhei !.yIevr eb rha tl





















I r Ie d tcourthe sa n mrta p r m e s by expo- C te tl ni tled ol common ple as, inhand mr ile i n t to o h e a id coun t o r relt e f s n day ri n s asd Aoutty, an Da t Oeto r toAto n sandcunty, on the t yen tday o Janu r ney, at 11.. ch e rvc em ai-t t o. l in :n for th e aunti, Wiij e at
i.sd aul noione e y t hendereAuyo t we engadit o the round, e w creeiors o tain ei ca se rass dp ol ee 8gve tal the e of Noe bert ne tas, t sen p d cu vncloc in' t h r ,why" 1F P:" 181li 1 G Ringi sosa ch tbe kfde, s ad hint Datn enslp lnoh r p mteenefi al hioisientl crediaut oars nsay of,
1 y rin t ndro f theur nohree n,b t ofr min g' gs and a w tor sole ue, it Phior leaMde r8 c ause i nsolvent de F me o deuer ,1 n oe ni or to8a1. +tuea l t s fl. 6sqIOg of "n. E ,s co amys o fer No h e eta d It i mpri us a id cit .an t o reaore o n te te nt y tonae nl, puse ja t t a l
D thed our t'elnnxpes a rtjde of 18hrisJtNan. Y or er o vilHd W.B kItnr in s aid co n Istinr ur- tatettedss sd i7Ctsgiusouestd r ati on y bj fa~ efre tireSaatri reorder. o'cBdluei ~ snhj ohkGdenin a



eDhL V en DR tiYecNt M Ay..n tvth nt D Husmony ,of.e Le .eit inythea rcunrt hsrv o rr ..Dhd paeber at J tn Dw......e.l ewau et t th isofb e .or the Icm 'O.. st e,o dnoht ol e ave, dhs onr to




dr ld a d Ise be e n argr e i s t e 'av i n t o o h oe sa id j ue, tt s a id J u d g e t t e i n lth o ta f e e pth' s l c o u rt o f co m m o n p lea s in d fo r th e c o u n tyo fS,,'" her n x t t e l o c H if fo r'on h n ah s .t m t e d ra n d a y o a b ibm s n|>rns,ea fte O dlb i n t e r. f oca re d ,ulabto t h ne rc ,n t i t es i dn Btor i i c ,




IFIu os t.tl( w art- fei t hae mmon s C ou n d to Al othersownmi a in said county, o nt he utvoh oday Decle onext, tte n otelcelware, noticven to all then toitli ] stnext a 2 k noon, whya asg the ,th eas ased Apr il 7 '89. Da ted Octb e sr 27 1" a ct o p arst Auri l 7 1 a c .
dlr toe Jo tm ca en a potlic y io tloan .e a ero a I a orlde o cnkw ne ta 0 n h oesn as imeha n w in a oi tn t o kfo L hu tlevd n rb o n1 a It0e t rdteoleusin b mlihsad i Dto 7 8 .











en o t estal t utl.cA tion t at e llsem a pitoln s tima e ocisy f debt in certain cases ," passed April 7.18 m Datne nd tw'or >'clo kit hvaft"** e; noon" wly"* anass<* nmen to ft~he 5182- to 1FS Pis i heeb Rivng tof l th e redein orsai o m t J ab n Dav soel bany.c ouhs* lor k .no1 ins herebyg" '"1 ven tual .e
do edmet f aba e d e th'tr c enrty thet ol o d lw tohcth er a i20n1 en21. dlo he soai d insolv ent 4Ft e said Seaent s estate should not e'Y rderfRoswell W ston sq.a commissioner, c. en to tshew cause i any they e or o P lt ri o re o ,.












^YE et S puas an to aae landfwa of turedCmo on ^ toDtc"'n and ~e o^ck lito ntilhsc hrebd ivntors all thipero bxmpert ffirsomK~ n"' 2ot clc k atheb gentoo walsignmeeiosnt ofte leaves,beor tpassed nlud7,a1t9.atted f BeArda 27P12. acut toaninolventdebmprismr tore shw uerifan theys
r ul J lydthem in stil, uemhan 'ran p ward oe th ehigty of l not be ma d o e r t hee aes o tha h e edit o r t s c b t an s s aOdcount, an nsolventdebtor to la e r i
h nytre eown a rO l 1r tdes t a ed u ree hs sn e te ar mim r or n tlur ".ua n et a e ldeo n ount ,t inolee, tn th- hr^ ... E lru .e af rom ,a sm.lar Purtunnlo ft h debten eti mper omnt. ph urant sq. ttsud the en of -e "eJ ae m e a Isec er l s
,eSonttedo n y t uadtn'er w O n a.ah 1si c yy Was dedt inee etain cases,e pas Au. rl *11 1819 Da ta o 'l in t Wantion ounw y a nas ignm en th co*IS2'* lor8__ heril 7, 1 9 Dated October Sed Apo v us r c notict at hereebyk igive th*o ..... .. l.....tt ...... Yn ih--ll t
sit .... . ...... nt for debt1 a lt certainscgameu. pasleUJ12F 0 IOn) tie el












seizid, nalwthat n le mnsss he returns ranal discharge ohi returnedi181d.aDated by th Co mmorn24,1u1e1iF dy of.wentthirdd next, tIo 'lockrnex t heafterno' o nthy. 91921 10FS nna6 onslo e oe a eeygvn t arvs of AelwalamAkr n einsolvpae ont deto. o h.w







te nts wSe-noti e A a a ti so tc ea t the io, annst a nmai o n, 0c a r. hue on toher s 20.821 n Not14F ke ,o tesonsolvent sttes lent'o sst.hould not be cr f. i e nRenk Y order ol Io n Ir vn, Esq. irt ,ieo, h aloftti le "uole de rn io aho us r if toen ol tor, t re, huec. b or s B iar. r in aht i s,
Salltbeis tlawre)sillbesod that the payrd tlo t w i sl its. Ys oa r de r at i R o swe.ll WestonE sq.ain o mmissouned er, to est ate h eud otbedmade, ad hispu rsun tonthe ate nt. Y rdtrof cmm n les inArnod, Esq.hefit-st andgcounthe. lina, n sifew ouknotyi allinsolvenebygvxtor.Hallthcreits offi rn'thit ha ll c oun f nthe irsot Nd wa rkof Dhe







Dati cate t7[blonor lt uewt, 1h82 o DB nh. 1 xt. at bOTIC -rth i.et re...iveort allthe cr e ditorsof loeatmp ris onmet n pu r euan t to the ac t entitle 'o a yo wourt k nfco tipe it n andere Edw e oald n h cuny oesh o Jseph an they lleasie,1e d foreNvmt1 A.ad e t lelebt ie rise
l tv cl ei .' there' n n Woom s for te h 4 Jh E A .... r, by ,he rpryf to abo lslhlmp ris,)dment for de btlee rt ain casess, | a dtyrol Wahi tonG m, o s ctan inovi debt ca s n ta l .e in the isof r eo o wy n os n A ons t h i velt y ole toalte r atir tl db l u >
. otthe ....hday a f ctuoer ] ora ttachin ed itor iiffiU of eu o e l inu o'n. P ia re ry Js ede1 Dadtho en county the, a cts amel, l ndi thesam e tes m edmg the same. ho asahwet, ar nytoeno e ei or le f an tee m k i r n-igne ntot he s aid inwi.11' lce ,S
-d e dray isarin gtrs on th eee h e s enr nee o th e g r ud a gth c redn t o ars o f sh l d D u m rr td on l sailld u, W i B an ikne r... . ..... .aid c ou nt),.antoo ive ntt. oo, wa id recard er-et ostth saDd ltinttbetdI-er tire ben ffitll hi s

ses n ntandsae Datd h( 8t J ne112! 5T S aid No tereor te wne oBuselt fo Islidas, y of C6F6an" Ro his eofficeveintoile thetrydhallould sit beimy, anthhisfirso, dayxen, cdreditorrstorendnhiss personbebexexempterd imrrmonin OS PH COL
,tha r o fJsay thin-y hrme tr,, E .Afirstjudgsofdwher the syhav e.to t eosh se"d mn isn h rteay raequi o olrnel--d o o o a "'flv uy e s ou e ote btor.itoent, pur anttoifea nthey h ave tor e nti pur nt ath1 Oclock ithed Sorn .,_y.o ab.
B .. .urtl fconI, Il ls eeu ade in Ba ut ive n a lunt y- f Oin t '.. .. a, .. in [he vil age of4Saj .ndy H i ll. ,tn" 1 i e V lo"rd e +' m rta o m moh n R _D rak e s q ud forstju geateeou o ur a d j d e t h s d eli g l o s t e u n th b u n i ) c s u su n o tl c ,e t t e n a tt ,vl.~itV






















t nll..l. ..... .. wi thi mt o;. lt e n oasirid ntto .. hchr. .n tyoed noat f hn si nd e a en y d b >h Co on C o i b y thc fmironiu on ea t ie ineti 10 o fec ou t a t, oe tih e rso m n o tb d yinm "er n e atse c o ,im ionm ent of t irde i in so lven t h r yest at e. pri. .L.
aalhyti e; A d io rts aV1l o n otic e is th h re o g.v hen y tle a nt a r t stua ti or th M oft 1woybi eaf rnc ps )d Dl O lIen old y aou "yneeoc cki ears e c re dtr f Leon drtaor e ti cettin oeltw l i hl, A i ri| 7,
,ragernioworlaee.,.ofthet owera Sontaind lo il t1he said or he w t, san nsooea. asm t ehes nains ot bemadest d te sh oul e sho not oe t m de, an e itorso 'e remiah t atrnoo co bmon plassignmn lottheci d in ol anad e and his peso be"pdro ne x,
vivoinita, auytio f OB ihe thlato n t appl caen matitl p y person bearxempted from imprisonment, Ipor.tteyh a use ir suany o the a S,athbso tenlie d from imprisonot, isuant to t ile t. e red onie in itv' a e A' 189 RY orde r o an W s. Esq. a corruj I
irnvild to tab tlethe saido i ta te F premisq.wdles exar th e Act, Pentiled C Anu act to b yli h pr operlyt to ab'th..court.hou.se.. ot (v aor e said on Tc ases t uito a ls h fhomas tusatdcuntty insle n deb t ei "H r 13, n f,, 12FO of &c- notice is hereby giv, enn ttotweIf s o d "1 'tile *" io.l
les-d tter o f s ,ersat-h Aut 1 .i a tln o f tal leol to ate ty Pdebt meertaineanlses,outhssed A pril 7,1319. Datoed poa enove be April 7.11119 Dated Septe mber 27.182) jd order nefto at tn e o- slLac. in' tile Irenoonecor of Stp e B c wtllteelly lir O t i oc ".-
tak-tie sana r consdrtaion oadvaicinrihe um Brdt te sane asit isnow ccupid byFrancs CI of' commoniaoliceeas.ic.ifiaandii sidciheocouenten, orbr net, an en oclotkill lie frrnon of he ?"s "^rvanonamtile),e. leavcedi os ei ore r tile!

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. .... .ollie..... ibt, Wi':: ." "n .... o Y w deas eas nretsmusa otenl acty,e,itilonmprLvav l ounelty, ur1ua11 to~he aetmmissiondr,
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...m io nratl m ent. pursuant to J. .DdhCon act e iled an ,.a.... .I t r ur uan n r o m e of siie Al i i i b se .









AJmenica n Dr ily .vertiser.

-PHILADELPHIA-

Wednesday Morning, July 1, 1818.

Latest from the South.
Savannah, (CGeo.) June 20.
Bythe following extract ofa letter, it would
appear that Pensacola taken, Gen. Jacks in
.nds to pay a visit to St. Augristine, and
-it the troops at Amelia had received orders
I. co-operate with him in the reduction of
,at place. We should not be surprised to
learn that the flotilla on the southern station
have been commanded to intercept all conm-
munication between the capital of East Flori-
da and other ports under the dominion of
Spain. Every man in Georgia is acquainted
,ith the salutary effects whlirh must follow
'thepossession ofthe Floridas hy the United
States. Illustration were unnecessary.
Ferunadina, 15th June, 1818.
The Inspector general, major Davis, ar-
rived here from the army on the 13th. inspect.
ed the troops on the 14th, and set out the same
day for Darin. He informs us, that Gen. Jack-
son summoned the fort at Pensacola to sur-
render on the 20th May, was refused and was
flmaking preparations to attack on the 21st;
*and thai he intends taking St. Augustine im-
"Oediately after. The troops here, are or-
dered to be held in readiness for that pur-
pose."

Pellsacola.
The Milledgeville Reflector of the 16th.
inst. gives the following particulars of the cap.
tlure of that post, by the army of General
Jackson.
Pensacola taken.-We received on Sunday
last, by a private conveyance, the following
important int-iligence from our very atten.
tive correspondent in the Alabama territory,
Who assures us that he had seen letters from
persons who participated in the engagement,
corroboratingthe subsequent account extract.
ed from an Extra dated June 2, issued from
the office of the Ha!cyon, at St Stephens.
By a gentleman on whose word the great-
ett confidence can be placed, who left Pensa-
cola a few days since, we learn, that Gen.
Jackson, after having obtained possession of
the town of Pensacola summoned the fort at
the Barancas (at which place the governor,
the troops, together with some of the citizens
had taken refuge,) to surrender, on refusal,
commenced intrenching with a view of at-
tempting its reduction by regular approaches,
and at the same time the firing began on both
sides, with but little effect. After continuing
these operations for thr.e days, with the loss
of two on the part of the American forces, and
thirteen Spaniards, the governor surrender-
ed, on condition that the Spanish troops, and
all the citizens who might wish' it, together
with a very noted Seminole chief, who was in
the fort, should be transported to thenHavana
at the expense of the American government.
It is said that at the time of surrendering, our
forces had proceeded within three hundred
yards of thile fort ; and that there would have
been much longer resistance, on the part of
the Spaniards, had not a mutiny taken place
amongst them. The flagofthe Uni:el States
is now waving over the walls of the Barancas
,and the town of Pensacola."

Augusta, (CGeo.) June 20.
The resentments of our Grand Jury will
be found more than usually interesting. The
alterations and additions which are recom-
wmended in our criminal and civil system of
jurisprudence, are well worthy the serious
2.nstion of The c .servators of our rights.
A dawn of hope breaks in upon us, that
the barbarous and inhuman custom of Duel-
ling is about to meet with an opposition
.which wdil strip it of the factitious covering
which has so long. obscured its real features.
Ifthe charge of our Jury is acted upon, if the
penalty incurred is inflicted, the desolating
irm of ra .sE BHOas will no longer tower
i.bove the law %ith proud impunity, but will
i;saon cease to destroy the happiness of indi.
'viduals, or disturb the peace of community.
The Charge of hs Honour, pointed out to
tlhe TJury in a lucid and able manner the new
duties devolving upon them since the adop-
.'on of the Penitentiary Code, particularly in
irei;tion to Gambling; the exceptions to
which, his honor very justly remarked, still
left the'demoralizing and destructive influ-
ence o' the practice at full play-because it
is not in the name of a particular game that
the evil exists, but in the rendering it an
object of pecuniary controversy, &c. Theu
consideration will, no doubt, have its proper
weight with our next Legislature-indeed,
it is so palpable, we are surprised it was ever
overlooked. If our State wishes to promote
gymnastic spoils (as the exceptions to the
gambling act are thus considered) let her
establish Olympia's, and reward the victors
with wreathes of Onik or Laurel.

THE 'HESSIAN FLY, it appears by the Al.
bany papers, is making great havoc in the
-wheat fields in the neighborhood of that city
In some fields in Bethlehem and Guildorland,
it is supposed the farmer will scarcely reap a
quantity equal to the seed he had sown. Bar-
ley is also injured by the fly. Grass promises
an abundant crop, and corn looks remarkably
well.

New York, .Tune 9.
By the barque Agnes,we have receivedJa.-
.isaica papers to the 7th. of June. The schr.
Corderia, Pasco, has arrived at Kingston in
14 days from Philadelphia. The brig Wel-
.ington, Syt.monet, at Montego Bay, in 15
Slays from Charleston. The brig Little Eliza,
Calder, from the United States, sailed from
Anatto Bay on the 3d. June.
A man named John Galven, died this fore.-
ioon oh the Battery, in consequence, it is be.
seved, of drinking cold water. From pa
pers found about him, it appears that he was
a native of Ireland, and a passenger in the
brig Adams, arrived at Amboy, from Cork.

ANOTHER STREAM BOAT LOST.
The steam boat Experiment, on her pas-.
sage trom Elizabethtown to Philadelphia last
Saturday, sprung aleak when about 20 miles
south of Sandy-Hook, and sunk almost imme-
Jiately in very deep water. The leak was
" discovered to be forward, but before they had
time to make any effort to stop it she went
down headfirst.-All on board we understand
were saved by taking to the longboat. She
belonged to Gen. Dayton, of Elizabethtown,
(N. J.)

PASS TO THE RIG HT.-It has been fonnd
necessary, in the most populous cities in Eu.-
,.rope, where great crowds in the streets
are constantly meeting each other, to esta-


blish some regulation, by which inconveni.
cnIce and jostling may be prevented, and for
this purpose, the rule adopted in London,
tar'is, &c. is for every one to pass to the right.
Why should we not adopt the same iu New
SYork?
This suggestion is made at the request of
i several respectable gentlemen of this city.
let every one make it a point to do this, and
i.' Aill soon imperceptibly become a conveni-
6 t custom.
1


VorT T Aa S ~i ciNs naAx ATiVRasiSn.
Mr. PousnoN,
In the lst number of "The Portico," I
have been much pleased to see a demonstra-
tion of the proposition relative to the rotation
of a wheel, which originated in Virginia some
few years since, and occasioned very conside-
rable discussion, This proposition asserted,
that one part of a wheel, while in the act of
rolling, moved faster thit another. The de-
manstration, which to me is perfectly satisfac-
tory, is given by Capt. A. Partridge, of the
Corps of Engineers, and I should b- gla 1 to
see it inserted at length in your us-fifl paper,
were it not that there is a diagram accompa-
nying it, which it would be nec- ssary to an.
nex. I will therefore merely call the atten-
tion of your readers to the work in which it is
to be found, and state sme inferences drawn
by Capt. P. who observes,-" From the fact
established by this demonstration, I infer, that
if a point he taken in the circumference of
anv circular or globular body, which has a ro-
tatory motion, about its centre, and at the
same time a progrtesive motion, this point
will move with a continually variable velocity,
during each revolution ofut" the body. Ift'
then a point be taken in the equator of
the earth, or any of its paralels, this point
will continually vary its velocity during
each revolution of the earth.-I would
take the liberty to suggest, whether this
difference in motion of the two hemispheres
of the earth may not produce some effect
on the tides. Doctor Morse, in the 3d. edi.
tion of his American Geography, page 667,
(note) has stated it as a remarkable fact, the
cause of which is unknown, that in the har
bour of Charleston, (S. C.) the night tides are
considerably higher than' the day tides, often
from 10 to 12 inches. Should this be found
to be generally true, may not a natural cause
for it be found in the tact just related ?" F.
Philadelphia, JAne 29.
tROtl THE NEW YORK EVE ING POST.
The following document from the Spanish
secretary of state, in Madrid, to Mr Irving,
is received here from such a source that its
authenticity may be implicitly relied on.
To his Excellency the Mlinister of the United
States.
S[R,-The necessary routine of all law pro-
ceedings, whereby truth may be uphel I and
justice fairly administered, has been the
cause of my not previously anticipating a
decision, which you have so often requested,
in favor of Mr. tt. Meade, a citizen of the
United States, and a prisoner in the castle of
St. Catalina in Cadiz, as a defaulter, having
constituted himself a creditor against the
royal treasury, by means of a deposit made at
the Chamber of Commerce of that city, but
not in effective cash, d as was the agreement
with and demanded by Mr. John MDermot,
a subject of his Britannic majesty. This
complex affair, which has so seriously occun.
pied the consideration of the courts of justice
and the ministry, has likewise, from its com-
mencement, called forth the attention of the
king, my master; but his majesty was not
able to proceed contrary to the established
customs of the law, nor even decide, until tie
became perfectly acquainted with the nature
of thie process. His majesty, therefore, be-
ing desirous of giving indisputable proofs
of his regard and esteem towards the United
States of America, and of the lively interest
lie takes in every thing concerning their
government, clearly manifested in the release
of Mr. Meade; and being desirous that this,
his royal determination should prove compa-
tible with the causes that gave rise to his ar-
rest, has been graciously pleased to ordain
that the royal treasury pay the above men-
tioned deposit in effective cash, and for this
purpose H M. ordered the necessary instruc-
tions to be issued, which has been complied
with-The cause of Mr. Meade's arrest con-
sequently ceasing, his majesty has been like.
wise graciously pleased to restore him to
liberty, ordering the suit to be carried on
conformably to law, and by the useal course
of justice. This benevolent decision will
doubtless be gratifying to you and satisfacto-
ry to your government, by the unfeigned
testimony his majesty therein gives of his
constant wish to cement more firmly the
friendly relations existing between the two
governments-His majesty has ordered me
to communicate this his royal order to you,
requesting its tramsnittal to your govern.
meant.
I avail myself of the opportunity of renew-
ing to you my regard, ani my sincere desire
to prove serviceable to you. God preserve
you many years. Royal Palace, 22d April,
1818.
(Signed) JOSEPH PIZARRO.
His excellency the minister of the United
States.
Specie.
Boston, June 27.
THE SEASON-Continues unusually pro-
pitious. Large quantities of grass have been
cut in this vicinity, well made and barned.-
All the products of the earth are full of pro-
mise ; but those of the orchards have suffer-
ed loss frpm the caterpillar. Cherries will
be scarce.
The weather in the Southern States has
been very sultry this season ; and the number
of persons leaving them to enjoy the invigo-
rating air of the North, unusually great. We
bid them a hearty welcome.
French Five Franc Pieces.-It has been
mentioned in the papers, that a vessel arriv-
ed in New.York, has brought 270,000 dollars
in franc pieces; aand that several millions
more of the precious metals are expected.-
[There is a small error in the above -Instead
of Franc pieces, it should have been Five
Franc pieces. They are a tender by law, we
believe, at 93 cents ; and as they pass at a
discount in Canada, and are not current in
Indlia or China, it is hoped they will not, like
dollars, take to themselves wings ;" but
will help to preserve, an ample metallic cur..
rency in our country.] [Boston Centinel.
Sunday School Repository.
The number et this valuable publication
for June, containsan interesting collection of
matter relating to the subject of Sunday
schlools-institutions of great importance to
the community, and producing effects which
must deeply impress every good mind with
the most favourable sentiments of their utili-
ty. TIhe account of tlie annual meeting of
the New York Sunday School Society, held
in May last, contains an interesting history
of the progress and success of the sa ciety.-
Prom an address made at that meeting by J.
Bristed, Esq. we copy thIe following anec-
dote: [Veau York Daily Advertiser.
"A few days since, a young man, about 19
years of age, called at thIe British Consul's
office, [in this city] and made himself known
as one, whom but a few years before, the
Consul had taken into his own Suntday
School, in the North of Ireland, as a poor, lit-
tle, helpless, wretched outcast. No nuptial
,tie had consecrated the birth of this child ot
misery, baptised in tears. No lather owned
him for a son.-But the Sunday School was
to him as father, and a mother, and a sister,


and a brother. The precepts of religion and
morality which he learned there, have strick.
en deep root into his heart, have blossomed
in beauty, and are now ripening into an abun.
dance of fruit.- He poured into the Consul's
lap more than a hundred dollars, the,little
earnings of his bodily toil, in this land of li-
berty, this asylum of affliction to be remit-
ted to his destitute notlher, the forlorn daugh-
ter of shame and sorrow,"


The advantages qfRural Life.
AN EXTRACT.
The Book, from which farmers, if they ill.
read, can receive the richest fund of kn6w-
ledge, is constantly open before them. Scho-
lars may peruse the works of the learned, me-
chlanics may study the arts of ages-but the
farmer has the best means to be wis, for his
daily employment is turning the p-tes iof the
volume of Nature, where wisdlom is written
by the finger of God. The Astronomer, in
tracing the courses (if the systems that har-
moniously range in the unlimited fields of
ether, may be lost in the sublimity, the power
and beneficence of fIlM by whom all were
created, are preserved and governed : but in
every blossom and flower, not less wisdom,
glory and goodness are displayed. Every ob-
ject that strikes the senses, is a fountain of in-
formation. On each blade of grass are inscri-
bed the attribute of its Maker-on each par.
ticle of matte' is to be read ''he htanld that
made mne is Divine.'
DIED.-In WUilesuarre, on the 28th inst.
Capt SAMUEL BOWMAN, considerably ad
vanced in years. The circumstances of his
death are as follow: On the morning of the
25th he arose very early, and without putting
on his Coat, went to a field in the vicinity of
his dwelling. He was employed in letting
down a pair of bars for ihe purpose of driving
his sheep from the field, when the Alderney
Bull, (kept for some time past in this place)
which was at pasture in the same field, ran at
and struck him with his horns, threw him
down and continued his assault until beaten
back with a.club by a person who happened at
this crisis to come up. He was carried to his
dwelling, and expired about six hours after,
sincerely regretted by all who knew him.-
To prevent further mischief, the Bull wai im-
mediately killed.
DIED, at New York, on Saturday morning,
after a tedious illness, whi,h lihe bore with
manly fortitude and meek resignation, JOHN
CROOKES, Esq. in the 47th year of his age ;
for many years the able editor of the Mer-
cantile Advertiser, and for some time past
joint proprietor thereof. His Eulogium oni
Free Masonry, his remarks on the Death of
Lord .Nelson, and Capt. James Lawrence, were
much admired i and other productions of his,
evinced a refined taste and erudition-Of him
it may be justly said, c, that he lived not in
vain." He has left to lament their irreparable
toss, a worthy widow and an amiable daugh-
ter'.
Crookes, rest in t;cace, you've passed this life
unblamed
By all esteemed and by none defam'd ;
Mild were your manners, and your chief de-
light,
To cherish friendship, and act whatever was
right,
Ye mourning friends, indulge warm friend-
ship's tear,
And fix remembrance of a heart sincere ;
Crookes, the man of worth, in all his deeds
was seen ;
The man of virtue with a soul serene.
A.micus.


1818. San .3un Higih g .Mon's
JtIT.V. ?ie- Sets. Water. es
L W -dred. -' 9
2 Thursday, 4 39 7 27 1 '8 d .
3 Friday, 4 40 7 28 2 19
4 *aturday, 4 41 7 27 3 iU1 =.
5 Sunday, 4 41 7 2; 4 0 '*..o=
6 Monday, 4 4- 7 26 4 47 %-,
7 Tuesday, 4 4. 7 26 5 33 tt 3a
0 The above Timnie of tie RIisingand Set-
ting of the SUN is the true ''ime shown by a
well regulated Clock-and not the apparent or
Solar Time given in the .Amanacks,

W ashington Association.
A stated meeting will he held at the Wash-'
ington Hall, on the morning of the fourth
it st. at 10 o'clock. July 1
Brigade Orders.
Head Quarters, 1st. Brig 1ot. Div. P. .11.
Philadelphia,June 27, 1818. 3
Celebration of the 4th. of July.
T HE 'roops of Flying Artillery and Caval-
ry, and the Volunteer Regiments of
Artillery and Infantry, attached to the Bri-
gade, will assemble on Saturday, the fourth
of July, at seven o'clock, A. M. in Sixth
street, south of Chesnut street. The Artille.
ry and Infantry provided with 12 rounds of
Blank Cartridge.
By order of Brig. Gen. CADWAuTUnza,
John G. Biddle,
june 27 Brigade Major
25 CENTS ADMITTANCE,
To Barker's Grand Panorama
of Paris,
.o. 1, NORTH ELEVE.VTHSTREET.
BY particular desire of several families
who have not visited the I'inting on
account of the hot weather, the proprietor
begs leave to inforin the public that the
Painting will be exhibited until the 12-it of
July, as it must be in New York by the 18th.
there to remain a short time previous to its
going so Europe.
june 25 Pl2J


FOR SALI BY
EDWARD THOMSON,
No. 15 North Fourth street.
Hyson,
Young Hyson,
Hyson Skin, and
Imperial.
ALSO,
Calcutta Piece Goods, consisting of Ma-
moodies, Cossas, Gutrrahs and Checks.
june 23 dIOt
LOXDOVN" CLOTHS.
CORNELIUS COMEGYS p Co.
S No. 266 Mlarket street,
H AVE just received London Clothls, of
I superior quality, in small neat packages.
Also, best English Sewing Silk and Twist,
which will be sold on accommodating terms
together with an assortment ol fresh imported
DRY GOODS, suitable to lhe present and
approaching seasons.
June 3 eo4w
SAL '--float.
LIVERPOOL .Blown and Ground SALT,
now discharging -from on board ships
t'homas Gelston and Diadem. Apply to
Jone. TIlOnias j Co.
or, West Jeanes,
6mo 27T dlw Vim. street whsrf.


New Enghlnd Rum.
FOR Sale, 40 hhlJs first quality.
APPLY TO
Dunnell, Lyman & Co.
June 26-dtf No. 282 Matret street.
For Sale or to Let,
lj A largeandcommodious Dwel-
was ling in Prune street, near Fourth,
calculated for a large family, having
mfour rooms on a floor. For further
part culars apply at No. 41 north Thirdatreet.
may- 12 tf


DIED, yesterday morning, at Hamilton.
Ville, after a lingering illness, Dr THOMAS
'ARNOLD. His friends andt hose oflais step-
brother, William W. Stewart, are invited to
attend his fuin' ral from the dwelling of the
latter, No. 29 Chesnut street, this afternoon
at five o'clock.
SThe Members of the PhiladelphiaMedical
Society are requested to attend.


Port of Philadelphia.
ARRIVED,
Br. schr. Rebecca, Girdham, Nevis, 14
Molasses, Fruit-J. & S. Perot
Schr. St. Helena, Taylor, St. Jigo, 27
Goffee-J Twaddle
Alert, Whitton, Boston, 12
Rum-Moody & Wyman
William, Brown, Hilton Head, S. U. 8
Timber-United States
Farmer, Harp, Norfulk, 3
Lumber, &c.-Capt.
/ CLEARED,
Ship James M. Fleming, Richmond
Brig-Charlotte Lawrence, Hunt, Belfast
I Mary M'Pherson, St. Croix
Schr. Constitution, Spurling, New Haven
Arrived, the schr. St. Helena, Alexander
Taylor, master, 72 days from St.Jago de Cuba
-left at St. Jago de Cuba. June 1, the brig
IEliza, Greeby, master, of Portland, to sail on
thie 6th. inst. for New York; brig Charles,
\% ibrew, of New York, just arrived from New
Orleans, with passengers ; brig Triton,
Cleaves, master, of Salem, loading for a port
in Europe, to sail-on the 10th instant ; schr.
tuame unknown, had just arrived in 18 day&,
from Norfolk, bringing out Mr. Mason, Con-
sul, and was going to proceed to the Havana
the 2 instant, for a market ; schr. Catharine
and .Jane, lialsum, of and for Philadelphia,
to sail on the 12th. instant ; on her passage
from St. Thomas to St. J:,gode Cuba, to msind-
ward of Cumberland Harbour, was br.,'t to
and boarded by a privateer, the crew consist-
ing principally of blacks, who beat the crew
unmercitully and robbed them of their cloth.
iig, and plundered the vessel if several thou-
sand dollars in specitr anti merchandize.
June 5 to windward of Cumberland Har.-
bour, spoke the schr. Little George Eyre,
Pickle, master, 15 days from Philadelphia:
bound to St. Jago de Cuba, all well.
June 15, off Wa'lati.l' Island, spoke the
Britishl brig Eliza, of St. Kitts. Calden, Mas-
ter, from Kingston, (Jam.) bound to Parts-
mounth, (New-Hatnshire) out 12 days.
June 16, lat. 25, 48, long. 74, 48, spoke the
schr. Rover, Chamiman, Master, from New
York, bound to Mobile, out 18 dais, all well
June 19, lat. 29, long 74 40, spoke the brig
Connecticut, Lynch, Master, from Charleston,
S: C. bQtund to Rum Key, out 3 days.
Port of NEW YORK, June 29.
We learn from captain Toild, of the schr.
Clarissa & Eliza, from Point Petre, (Guada.
loupe) with a cargo of masses, consigned .to
Cazeau & Condom, A. Ruden, Tricon & MIs-
sellier, Tredwell & Thorn, and It. Colden--
vessel to Tredwell and Thorn-that after be.
ing out 16 days, shie put into Ocracock for a
harbor, during a gale ofwind. After leaving
the batr, and on the 26th. June, Barnegate
b -aring N. W. distant 3 miles, she was struck
by a water spout, which immediately capsized
her. Tie schr. Bright Pnebus being in sight
at the time, bore down to her assistance, and
took from the wreck the captain, crew and
two passengers, viz. Mr. Etiemne and Mrs.
Rosetta Barthelemy. The Clarissa & Eliza
sunk one hour after she was struck. The
passengers and crew arrived here yesterday ,
idi the schr. Bright PhebOs. Not an article,
even clothing, was saved. Capt. Todd gave
us the following list, left at Guadaloupe-
brigs hliram, Sherman, fur Newport, It. 1. un-
der seizure ; Treat, of Hartford, dis-
charging ;-- Prescott, from New Haven,
just arrived ; Diligent, Jones, of Portand, dis.
charging ; schr. Bichimond, Rork, for Rich-
mond, taking in cargo. The Fri niclt schr. Y.-
for New York, with passengers, (amongst
them Madame Larue) had sailed several da)s
before. June 15th. Ion. 70 3U, spoke brig
Mary, from St. Croix for Phtiladelphia, 7 days
out. 23d, off Cape Ha teras, spoke ship
Rising States, Sw'inburn, 4 dras Irom Nvw
York, fbr Savannah.

FROM CALCUTTA.
By the arrival of the ship Essex jun. from
Calcutta, *we learn that a dreadful mortality
prevailed there-700 persons had died in one
day. The number of troops under arms of
the opposing armies, amounted to 300,00J.

The U. S. ship John Adams, Coan. Henley,
arrived at this port yesterday in 12 days from
St. Mary's.

A LNurse Child Wanted.
YOUNG Woman, having near thie Turn-
pike Gate in German.own, having a
Iresh breast ofMilk, would take a Child to
Nurse. Enquire at the Gate aforesaid.
July 1 eo3t*

Situation as Wet Nurse.
AN 'EUa situation as West Nurse, by
young woman from the country, who
can produce good Breast of Mtilk anid canl
be well recommended. A line addressed to
A. B. and left at the office of the Anmericanh
Daily Advertiser, will be muneuiate.y attend-
ed to July 1-di3,*

N O i'C E.
-LL persons indebted to the Estate of
CHARLES DE GROFFEY, deceased,
are requested to make payment to either ol
the stibscrbers : and those having denmauids,
are desired to present their accounts duly at-
tested, for payment, to
John G. WachsInuth,
or John .1. Soullier,
july T-d im Executor-s.

.l Gardener Waultel
NA.*N who has a perfect knowledge of
Garde.ung; none need apply, unless lihe
can produce good r ecorm inendatiuns. A man
and his wife would be preferred, and will be
farnisled with a comfurtuble dwelling house.
Apply at the Office of the Amineriean Daily
Adverinser.
june 27 d3t

A Strong Healthy Black Girl,
FOR SALE,
7jHE time of a Black Girl, who has 14years
to serve ; she understands \ washing and
ironing, and is handy at vvery kind of Kitchen
Work, she can be recommended for her ho-
nesty. -'or particulars enqutire at No. 68
;ortht Eighth street. June 13 eo7t

FOR SAJLE,
SThe House and Lot, No. 96,
south Third street, nearly opposite
- i St. Paul's Church. Clear of all in.
icn'nances,. Apply at the Office of
thIe American Daily Advertiser,.
may 12 dtf


pe1 n 8 V Ivua ill m'l', $.
QUANTIIY -of lPennsylvania IIAM>S,
1 For Sale at low Prices. Apply at Mar.
ket street wharf, south side.
july I It
The GerIlanl, ill 48 Lessoil .
D ELIVi'D inonte,' wontlihs by F.VARIN.
'Ierms 24 dollars, payable half in ad.
vance. F. VAtIN respectfully informs the
public, that the second part of this course
commences the first of July, and will contain.
ue until the first of September.
For terms apply at the Fra'klin Acade-
my, No. 77 Arch street. P. V ARIN Teach-
es also at the Univeisity and the Rev. D
Wylie's Academy ; teaclhis also French and
Latin. The days of tuition are Tuesdays,
ThIursdays and Saturdays, from six rill nin'e in
the mornings.
There is no doubt, that the enlightened ci-
tizens of Philadelphia will pay no less a'ten-
lion to the German Language, than lthe citi
zeus of Boston, London and Paris, where
Ge, man Literature is most carefully attend-
ed to; the days of Tuition are, 72nurs/ays and
Saturday in the morning from six till nine.
july 1 d9.1
Cobbett on R ussia Turnip,
IS RECEIVED IJYD FOR S.ILE,
at M-Mlahon's
Botanical and.mgricultural Book-store,
No. 13,
SOUTH SECOND STREET,
WIhere is also just Published,
NUTTAL'S
General and Ca'alogue of North American
Piants-In 2 vols.
july 1 dl2t
To Faruiers 4 Gardeners.
JUST Received, and for sale by LITTrLL &
HENRY, No. 74 south Seuoni street,
part the first 4f a YEAR'S RESIDENCE IN
THR UNITED STATES OF AME.:ICA, by
WILLIAM COBBE I'T, containing a descrip-
tion of the face of the country, and an account
of the climate, seasons and soils ; oind more
especially an account of the author's mode of
cultivating the RUTA BAGA, or Russia, or
Swedish Turnip.
The price of tkis work. by the single copy is
one dollar, and of ten copies, six dollars and a
half july 1-diteo4t.
FOR DU LIN
AND BACK TO PHILADEL.PHIA,
I'The ship
JOHN DICKINSON,
BAtVSH, Master;
Expected to sail on 15th inst.
For fr.figlit or passage, having good accom-
modations, apply to
Charles Hollond,
No. 75 sonth Front street.
FOR SALE,
100 tons Coals on board said ship,
5 bhids. assort, d Glassw ,re,
A!so, on ihand, an extensive assortment of
Irish Linens, consistiiig of4-4 and 7.8 Linei.s,
5-4 Sheetings, 3 4 Diaper and brown Linens,
Ike. jnly 1-dl5t
For Baltimore,
The Regular Packet
Sloop HANNAH ANN,
C'tpi. TU"vS It;
Loading at Hamihlon's wharf, first
ply onabove the Drawbridge. For f-tight ajp
board or to
Bevan 6 Porter,
july l-4t No. 22 Soutn Wharves.

B 1I IT APOLLO.
On Thursday morning the 2d July, at one
o'clock, at the Merchants' Coffee House,
WILL BE SOLD,
The Brig APOLLO,
Lying at Walnut street wharf; she
is abiut 170 tons burthen and stows
17UU00 barrels; was built in 1812, and
riggie .in the fall of 1815. Inventory o10 be
seen at the Coffllee louse and at the Counting
House of Messrs. Grants and Stone, No. 43
north Water street, where further pa- ticulars
may be learnt. Capt. Rice on board will show
the vessel. Terms at sale.
J. Humes J. & IV. Lippinott,
july 1 d Auctioneers.
Washington Jssociation.
A stated meeting of the Standing Commit-
tee will be hell at D. Itubicam's on Thursday
evening 2d July at half past 8 o'clock..
ROlBlRT L. AKRTSEN, Se-ct'y.

Washington lBenevolent Society.
A stated meeting of the Elect ng Coinnut ee,
will be held at the Hall, this evening at 8
o'clock.
J. HENSZIY. S crvtarv.

Advertisemneut.
I EFT his residence at Woodbury, N.J. on
Seventh day moriinlg, the 27 instant, a
young ma about 2- )e.urs of age, middle size,
light complexion, dark eyes, dark hair; uses
thle plain language in conversation. He was
dressed in an olive colored cloth coat, light
waistcoat, nankeev. or light ca'simerc pants.
loons, all plainly made, new black Iht. He
was last seen on the Philadelphia road, appa-
rently proceeding to that place. The manizer
of his leaving hts hlonie, andthe circums'sances
which have since become known to his friends,
have caused themin the greatest uneasiness from
the apprehension that his sudden departure
oas the effect of mental derangement, and his
parents and family are now suffering the most
painlut anxiety, winch tney must continue, to
teel until tney obtain some knowledge of him.
They will be un.Ier great obligations to any
person who may p'iossess any information re-
specting him, by their transmitting it to BlIN.
JAMIN and ELLIS CLARK, corner ut Mar.
ket and Front streets. P'hiiuladelphia ; or to
JOHtN TATUM, jr. Woodbury, Gloucester
county, N J. who will chlieerluly pay any
charges or compensation that ma.y be reasona-
ily required ;-and should this advertiententt
be seen by the young man himself, they hope
lie will lose no tile in returning to Ins dis-
tressad relatives.
N. B Editors of Newspapers would contfer
a favour on the young nmani's distressed rela.
tnves, by their giving the above one insertion.
july 1 It

For Privatre sale,
HTAT elegant and highly cultivated place,
called Harrowgate, with all thIe improve.
ments thereon, three and a halt miles from
the city, contains ahot 12 acres, ;.x thereoft
laid out in the most elegant style, well
known to the citizens of 'lPhilalelphlia. A
further description of it is here thought un.


necessary, as no one is expected to purchase
without viewing the premises.
ALSO,
A A two story Stone House, 38
feet front and 4U feet deep, with sta-
bling, &c. ankt about 2 acres of
M .;round, handsomely laid out for a
garden, on the Point no Point road, four
miles from the city. For further particulars
enquire of
George Esterly,
april 13-wstf At Harrowgate.


Grand Pfilno.
B ACON & HART, No. 11 south Fourthls
street, have just received a remarkably
fine toned GRAND PIANO, made in London
which th'ev will sell a bargain, if applied for '.
soon. A Packing Case with it -fr, qi6red, and
can be put up to go to any part of the United
States %s ith perfect safety
july 1 eotf
For the Fourthl of Jul, y.
( HEAP I IQUORS : thefollowii-g Liqintw,:i
,- will be sold, in lots to sui pnrcsnatcrs,
cheaper than ever before sold, immediatelyy
called for, at the following prices-
Madeira Wine, $2 1-J
Sicily do. -.* 4 31
Teneriffe do. I 25
Common Wine, '"
Old French Brandy. -0
Jamaica Hum, 17.
Old Gin, 1 5P
Philadelphia do. 55
Cordials, 0
Lemon Juic per gal. 1 5S
Money having been a.ivanced ON the abo '
Liquors, they will be oldl at the above r*dip -
ed prices, if application is made before the!
fourth ins-ant.
For satnplea call on me at my dwelling, pt
No. 4- Hanfduony Court, oppo-ite the Buck Ta-
vern, north Second street, near Rare street.
Simuel Soutlh ick.
July 1 3t- ,
T'o be disposed of, ?
HF time or a Black B.'y, uho ta'wnea~^-'t -
Sthree years to serse;" he is s.,b'r a.,d--
hune-t, and til-1i only for uant .f e.mploy-
ment. REnquire at tile Uffice uf the ArNS.
ricaii Dly \ Iv. t iter. ma 25 d fi
Second Dividend.. .n.
THE assignees of Speak n,-r. anid .u, hqte
this lasy dlclared a .ln-idend ot 14 per
cent, which will be paid to their Creditor,/.
or their legal Hepresentsiaves -
Adaim Seekek .
J. GilliimRS, '
Sainuel iaicks'0i"!
may 5( ditt
A Il HlI
ShakspeIIre :Auetin n loufl.m:
This Day at Private S5le,
I7ILL commence flie Sale, of th e thou.
sandl pair Panta'oons,- cnn-ntli it,,fe
black, blue, buft, nankeen, white inad-itb
Canton Crape, .
500 pair N:inkeen do, .
700 do. White Royal Ribb and Jean tdo".
75 do. Colored, Bombazet ard Satinet.
do.
1000 Marseilles and Priuitqd Jean Vests,
Cant n Crape Vests, assorted colt .
And onIe bale extra superfine CiIt is,E
3 do. Fine and Middling l ', '
2 do. Cassimeres, to be "Ut 11 quanhtitl'
to suiti;ptuchasers. -,
ALSO, '
White Jeans, Fine White Marseill.-,. ('9m.t
brick Muslins, Calicoes, Dim ties-, Sharli
White Nankeens, Sprigged and PlanI .-hjur.
and Book Muslins, 4-4 artid 7-8 1'. 1i Lir t n
Cotton Halls, Needles, Merns I a',. J pa
Waiter-,, India Screens, Fans, la,.t e trdt
me-nts, Umbrel'as, Parasols, aind a ,ariety fd
other articles worthy atte,.tibn. / 1
Hours Qfsalefircm ten to six -'clock .l .f
J. Burkic
july 1 -.
Italian Bags', -
)F Superfine and fine qua4 Alil
ed,
FOR SALE BY "
J. Bell c -YWzteW a
junce 26
Saxon Cloths and Cassimaiie
SPANISTI do. do.
for sale by the package.-
APPLY TO -, :
Pim Nevins, jrr.
may 25 dtf No. 21 Chesnut street.
Valuable Property For Sahi;
At the Merchants' Cuffee House, on Tuesday'
evening the 7th. July next, at 8 o'clock,
r That handsome and comimo-
U' dious House No. 22 south ThiWA
street, at present occupied by tfrj"
I| JoIm ltrown. The fr nt builuir.ngis
thr,-e stories high, with domlble cellars, 21 si'dt'
front by 38 fet deep, ,illh a piazza 8 feet'
deep, connectingthe front house, witv .
some back building 14 feet. deep by'*2f* '
deep, f ur stories high. '
The lot is 23 feet fr nt, and 92 feet deep.
Subjct to a ground rent of 80 dolli.ir-perk-
aunutm. The Schuylkill water is introduced
into the yard, ki chen and waIh-lnitee ,
The house is built of the beat teials'aiith'
lofty stories and in every respect wort y the
attention of a man of business A~-it is one of
the b.st situations in this city. Terms at-
sale.
Steel Mercer, tucq'r.
june 25 d
To Builderg,.
On Thursday 2i1 July next, at 4:o'clock P. M
on the premises, in Chesnut street, be-
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, No. 134 and
136.
H'Will be sold at auction for cash, .
SLL thle Building Masterials as *hey now
\ stand, (except tmhe brick and foinndation
stone) of Brick House No, 134, lately occupi-
ed by Mr. Edward Thomson.
Als r, those of 136, lately occupied bya .-
Keppele, Esq.
They are built of the best materials, in the'
modern stile, with marble mantles, mahogniay
doors, &c. To be removed from the prenases
by the 31st J'ly. '
By order of the Bank of the United States.
J. Ilumes &J. ^ W. Lippiiretj-
June 24 dts

NOT(' E.
( HlE cred'tetts of JOHN GRANT, claim
J ing under the assigmnmeint. are informed
that a'second dividend will be made on Men
day, the 6h. July next. Application to be
made hIr the *sme to Wiliaim Tpylor, Jun
No. 184, Market street.
\\wI. Tay'lor, Jun.
Anthlony GlOVes,
Assignees of John Gran.
june 26 dIOt

A Gentlemllan aitd his Wife,


R I small family, ca'I be asc arMdttd
with boarding in a private Tmily, in a.
central situation. Inquire at the 9 Of of tth
American Daily Advertisr,
may 26 -
Bristol Porter Iotties.'
ONE hundred hampers of Bristol oNter
Bottles, now landing from on bard achr.
Fair Trader, at Chesnut street wha-t, tfoI a
by V.G. SR.S. SMITIL

june 3 wstf No. 20 S. Front asttu














iU AL 48$F5'T.E.
OItTuesiay evenii ;t1 4th'July al 8 o'clock
R ttl e M'rc Tfstofl. e ,iua,',
., 1,ILL)BE t.n
Mji .. All thel.-Valualle and conve-
hFU! ni'enit 3'tIOry brick hits 'inidl I-0 ui
a s ,' g r en n ld t h e r p t ,n b e l > i n r s ,' ,- .
0.f in alhul- -arm-rtNu. 131 the.
ioti feltt 4.in front by I0 f.-ei .1.
4clidinga'8 tt-t i'ide alley, of which it I.'r
tht privilege wilh thl e adjoining he is" 'to
t Ywestwardi. .
T.ie house isfiniQ inu.tlh fi.st st. e' wilh
46ebrf Miaho.iI.giry P''*'lf 1) *vl., '' ma
i f eat &f c q. c. fl l th :Ce .I'll es :.. If,
i'.t iiq story btri k, C.cu, bath li,,'i c-,

. -fuH umes k kc WV. Lippiincott
atm ?9--dts tcictonlr.ir.
aike' aind Othrs.
Posilivly) will be Sold,
S .^.- l.V "ft!UESiA, \
'.sevwinthl of.Jai styir, a' 8 o'cliek, in the
ftil .attife ,irch.n.its'Clitea Houslle,
I'h. t Je iiecnmmorlioils threc
storied 'trick irn a'S't.i lot of'
GirfiAd" stnatle on thi. iei s *Ic ad
(Deleaw'at 'irI street, N,,. 7=6, .it
iitace t .sbV 42 feet inrih of Nnure
grreetlraj' e l^ t#M 'n I. bert,- ; c,.r.n n,.Kn
i.frnt on Third W?et., 20 et tI andi a q arri.r
icea,.ad.i .dej _98 leel. to a 4 tevrt v ide
alley learling Into j i arreet, if which it It is
le" privil. g .4 liMe presses, tlee is a
stlitarni*t3 sltoar3 brick .Iw ,Ing Honfrs-,
SOrOlf'neunnd-a~.qsxter i..c.es .1i tut. b3
Sfet< d-pilAt il I of file bie,' m ,terias,
,rit'two rqpm on a fl.oi,-: ol'o s,'n e-I
ijl. L. ltcle9._f> Il pr Itjke.hiu-e a.,.l
Siand at l ford celiar withR a b,.rid fl ..r.
Stme Sand ise sa ble ed tui i 1e Fn:, .Ir oi-i-
r. 1"-n ne iell l'a I. ,aI i. na
t aol any iaic.ip'iun, b .4 an x.cl-t
iMndfur bushei a Sil, ec- to i g .iIl ,elit
Ofthqeedvillar foot. 2 ,. l.1hs.,flI.1
poraamlBan4leyUa. rema n on 'lie pre.i.is.
esasIongaat llhpijTchs;er de. ires
P ersonsi5'ishnWPtopiirclhae nAu\ vi.'vw he
l yopy..eveeylsiry'titrnn, previii ,0 toI .i4dle. Pospe.eiun will tiu gieni at ilie le-
.ry.trh.the deu.
HeOIr feeh1, .-11c'r. c.
jnte 0 No.'169 of Frceman's Register.
Very JRD eir:ile Residints,,
IlIA l'F. onfle Germaiitown 'o-l, and
0 extentninegin ear to Sisth siteet.: ,borit
0 miles from trineity, at public ailncor., oi
thl 9th of July, riIess previw.i-lv 'isp-.se
of by private cintrurct, of' uhicii lie in,ti.e
*ij-be given trthe'follon ingr p.iler :-
Al'arg1Iot of prouud. 100 feet
s firoat jl the Get iriielw.n rd, a ,id
.*:I ertendfi tgin de th about 2,..i .-e tin
Sixth sqe, r,f, hiichiit has 10 level
horot'The improiemr-nts on titi piaperty,
Consists of a very.gond duelli.g hliuse, kIt.h.i.
eni and out houses; alo, a vey n-i.t tumn, r.r
"lise, under whihi is a gnid spring line.
gCrniicled Oh anjiiiroved plan, rep:eics itli
~,ery conten:A41'.' Toe grounds are neatly
Jaid 'out v ith it.oarety ., fine fiuit tree%, &c.
A pump of." &leU, fwat. r near the ti'.us.-
It i .the intenttonof Ikthe owner of' til- pro.-
terth' to sell.it on'li w anil accorom dtiiing
lerms, Peisons desirous of further -iulrmi .
tion ndO wishihg to vi, w the pr-mnies. trill
please.'l, call al Frt eman's S al ltroiinm, thel
corner of Fourth and Mlarketstre.t.
T. B. Freeiiian,.aic'r.
jdhs,..26 ,
S ee 'tl e St it ;,l-ds su"
_Weilit- mid pamsui-es.
, n) WIdsernor 'f tie Ciramona eqith of'
i'j.Pelnsylvanma havi.., been ple..iel to '.p.
p iipt the 'Subscriber to the it...ve mert,. noted
oflide, he tes'ptafully inf.rms hisfr allow cit,.
fens that hblS reid, to) p.-rf.rm tiI restpeciivef
duties, .nd recommends thl.ir alien;i,mn to i,,. -
ing- an ex-men and adju tme.at 4f the a LHcles
ao by 'iw required,
if shit lue a p'rfrct andi at ,'df-h',
q 1Oef/r and jun, ,me.afire shi,.l thon /~ne."--

' ..J doO' :T.
No 6 D2 tiour street.
As anS npression may .binin from the
forea~intr advertisement thai 'lie AUCI'10\
P .IVATE SALE and Commi.son Ru-.i ess
whittfle has hihierio conde l d may be les.
senedor. rescinded, lie takes this occasion t,
i nf'pl the puSlic, his friends, that Ie h..s
s-&iqi. betteet-oppjrtun,,v l" ,ofiendiiig
his liline.;-and of'coninuin t sul;ply then
ih bis way.ordeail aiuithli e best articles in
I-*I.fJ~keta. thanat ant blormerperiod.
S'it addition tohisg usiu. PUDI IC SALES,
F(itfESBCUTORS, ADMIXnISTH I OlS,
ORPHANS, of REAL .ST IrES. Stocks,.
Pur nlite, &c. lie has reopened his PIll
VAIE' SALE REGISTER or RE IL ES-
fASlS S roCK0 &c. in i new ser ies, where.
in he Will enterfree of expense, any order re-
.uireI'.
The Registei now contains, nmongotliers,
rrer Irt ins ectonm. the toll. wing :
No. Mo-Arexcellent new three storied Brick House
fnd lot LoTbldabttu e rFourti., No. 111.
o. -A lOaon Scliulkill acventh street, near Arch, 20
S--Flve lot on SchuylLill iath. commencing at Fit.
ert-.trec. eclt 7 feet inchie. n D I 7 leet.
304-A rtwo .rorlcd Stone House on the Lancaster Road.
land 3-4 miles-from the FPermanenti ridgc-antlh near
an.acieo'gr und.
..jo-stn clefgant Mansion and Inc on Fourth street, be-
OtW~alnui. $o fa4d fromn. 34 deep, ltli return to
.ialr, utisrrr o,.fl7 additional feet.
' Ir-A bSick an .nrame House. corner of Third and
? e.trest, 4s r'eiso.it.
my-.--n cleat.nca House and lot on Ninth street,
iecdtSpruie street .
'q i"o -uperjorlv built new three staried brick
dois'. nid lot ,in 'limanut below Thir.entti street.
no'a-TIe Dtaunls'ies.rden of the lot.' Mr. M Mahon.
s.A, brici. Houwe ard lot corner of Locust and
Sctiu lkill rFnt a.-eL
sis-VTrglnla. Lanu4, 63 ooo acres of warranted title
sua-Vbina Rentea' on the banks of the Deliwmae,
l ttgHiaritol.atsuirT~r farm latelh Mr. Von Brajm. "
'i(4a-A qnare of Gritoad scuite on Fi lh Utie, near
te-aloilail. lhat 3 large Ironte with sulfficient im.-
"T.iicm nti s to pa. itsinteresr till It *llll ripen.
,-A brick Hou.e and lot on Gteen above Fourth
street.
*l--A targn..oue. lot, Stabling, &c. on Market
lbvt- Tnlbh Stiqer.
Sio--l'i ,. hreorled brick Hou.es and tots of Ground,
BChe.-nu' bltc SeVenth htreer, north lade.
*.": .--$.:lhiA'tll1.kt. if acres near Mti. HarRehiie-
iec'- ra.rn.4 ni e- from the city, the best shootlln
and fr-him, groalrsa-lthtn 10 miltr.
Sd-A a Jtorleaifle, lot, &c. on Sixth near Race
tb ." .'ho be Continued.]
j JOHl{ DORSI'.Y, Auc'r. &c.
n 6 Decatur street, whiichi leads from
i Market above Sixth-st. may 6ro3w

K^n-in'ton Glasis W works.
yr 4tiE sitnub ibers beg leave to inform their
. r'en'ld. i tr, public, that their Works
are nnwrin 8. and that they hase ciinsta~t-.
I..' p'. l..sn,' 1suppls of Gallon, HalfGallin,
Qitrt ar' Ja.rs ; Gallhn, Hall Galln and
S I.r iOTf ; alho. 'Pint and Half Pint


;.r-.. all .i the first quality, which they
iLa'l! on hle mi.s; rrasponable terms.
Sjrlerq l,.fit at the Stope of Messrs HARRIS
ard. d HIGIT, No. 27 north Third streel,
.Will 17. 3tendd to with punctuality and dis-
s-''ct.
" .Hewson Connell.
Janee :^' dim


Rl ssina Tireig Seed, 8c. -
M'Mlahon's Seed Warehouse,
*.o. I' sto,,lt .'-eoa t nrtr-t.
JUST Ht..CIVEII .S MIJVE,
iF.NUI.E Ru.sia Turnip Seed, (white
11 and yeir, w,)
Larfe Noitollc F;eld In.
I.q ge hliitO .i t Il).
Farly h1 tc1'i ili.
Long I'reich, (Natvlt dit Freneuse)do,.
'arl, GrUeu, dIn. ,
Swedigh, do. &. .
Within a gicnerdl assortment if Fresh Garden'
Secils, 'uitmilbe to The Season.,
t hl're may alnob had G \ RDEN TOOL.S
of almost every description among which are
"Patent loeis, from 2 to 9 ini-h-s Innig, Pairing
IrniUs, for grass-walks, Hled=e and Gardeoi
Shlitas Grass IHooks, German, English,andt
\merica'l Se hCits., rass and (Graii Senthies,
,it ihe I .-..: Iniik,e (grtniund and fi' frimme
diate tise) Iron and Wooden Rakes, Spadles,
Shovela, &c. &c. '
'un h:- 30 .21w
S SA l I'SON TA 1MS'.S
WHOLESALE AND 1tF, 'AIL
China, Glass & Eartheniare Stpre,
-299, 4Mar;ket street, 4 dqors above Yohe'
Taverin. : "- .
S. T. is noro opening an extensive assortment of,
f UtINISlHED Gould ea and Coffee Servi-
Buces.
Do. Do Cups, and RSaicers by the d.nz..
Dinner, Dessert, and Sandwiclh Services,'
(blue printed.)
Ewers and li sins, Enamelled, in Coloured,
and b:ue printer!, '
Iisctiers, Mugs, and Tea ware, Printed and
Enamell!ed.
Common ware of all descriptions.
All l-.scriptions of Cut, Plain, Flint andi
Common GLASS. The above setts will be
broken to ar'-ommodate 'purchasers.
Cu C n're dealers will find it well worth
their afteuati'.n to call at the above sore, antd
examine the goods, at the assortment will be
qia ir, a .' store in town, and will be founrl
Sq *'itj I. i in price, &c. &c. &c.
Careful packing to go to all parts of the
union.
The Suhsc.'iber hars at all times on hand
s quantity of ex.ellentassorted Cr-ale s for
the country trade which hie will sell at a
low advance. arch 14-nwslmmin
Fa''le UGlass Worki+ Prorpertyq.
For Sale, at the Eagle f;las Works. Port
E.lizabeth, New-Jersey, on Wednesday, the
15th 't t.I ly nxtft,
SU NDIY articles, the property o(f the late
Owners of the said Work, consisting of
all the necessary TOOL.S, &c. for condictinug
a M aufac'y yo IfDl)fie and i:ylinler Wintdow
Glass nml also for the Mantif;icture of Hollow
GWass Ware; among which are the following
articles, viz.
Pipes, for blowing, Diamonds, Pot Moulds,
Riddles round and square, Wheelbarrows,
Sand Shovels., Wood Saws, Cooling Pots,
Shears, Vial Moulds, Cart andl Gears, &c &c.
A quantity of Sind, 300 bushels House Ashes,
Ground Pot Shells, wi' h sundry other articles.
ALSO,
Three Lots of Ground, with the buildings
their on erected, situate on the road leading
from Port Elizabeth to Budd's Irron Worki,
and immediately opposite the Glasshouseu,
containing in all 128 perches of land ; the
-houses are calculated for the residence of
Blowers, or other persons engaged at the
Glass V itrks.
0 Ti above described Property will be
positively sild to close a concern.
june 19 2awlSJ
egis'(l of o Real Estate.
;.K KUHN,-
No. 4, Norntn Fi-'O.UR-I H Sr TIEET,
Has opened i a egister or th,; Sale of Realn
E. Estate. Sc. &c.
l -ROPERTY iill be regi-teredfr.ee of ex-
pens t until -,)ld.or rented. It is nowe
r ady otr the inspection of persons desirous
of purchasing -
Real statests at Private Sale
A three storied Brick House
and Lot of Grotin'l in a cetn't-al part
oif' Chesnut street, of convenient ii.
A three storied Brick House
j R1 anti Lot If Grouid in Vine street,
near Fourth street, 17 by 73.,
- "A Lot of Cround on the east side of the
Germantown road, opposite New Fourth
street, 20 by 200 feet, for sale or Barter for
Merchandise.

S of Grortlvnd on Juuilper street, be--
S tween' Tirteenth and Itrtoad streets.
between Cheisnatt aidVWalnut streets,
for sale or Ilarter for erelihi.ndize.
A 'lot of Ground sittuate on the soutith side
,if Market street, a short distance west of the
Permanent Bridge; it is 20 by 214 feet to a
40 feet wide'street.
5000 acres of Land in the state of Ohio.
105 acres of valuable itnd, in Gloucester
County, State of New-Jersey, about three
oiles from Haddonfield, in good culiivation-'
'viz :
No. 1. Containing 50 acres cleared Lan,!,
producinT 'linothy Grass, and is enclosed
wth cedar post and rail fence. 'l'his tract is
bounded by a l'ihlnic Itod,. and has a log
liouse erected on the premises.
No. 2. Containing 25 acres, adjoining the
above, in a high and healthy situation, with a
variety of productive fruit trees; there is also
a Logfelnise on this tract.
No. 3. Contains 30 acres an which there is
an excellent 'Marl Quarty.
The .nbive thre- tracts wi!l be either sold
on reasonable terms, or exchanged for city
property.
Geo. K. Kuhn,
Auctioneer and Commission .Merchant.
june 20 eo2w
Columi) ia Pennlsylvania
S Bridge Election.
N'OTICE' is hereby given, that *meeting
Sof the SttoclkhohdTrs in the Company for
Erecting a Bridge over the river Susquehan-
nt, in the county of Lancaster, at or near the
tobwn of Columbia, .will be held on the 6th. of
the;7th. mo. (July) next, at their office in the
boroughl of Columbia, for the purpose of
choos-ng one Presilctt, twelve Managers,
on" Treasurer, arid one Clerk, totransact the
business of the Company fur one ytar, and un-
til others be chosen ; and also for the trans-
action of such btlier business as maybe laid
before the meeting.
By order
S Joseph1 Mifflin, Clerk.
B.ridge Offce, Cotlumrbia (CPa.) ne 3w7J
5th/ mo. .May,) 1818, ue w'
Five DolldarsTIe ard.


L OST, on Saturday morning, the 30th. inst.
a small black Morocco Paper Case, with
MadtifoldCopy for Letters, between Ishlngtor
Lane and'the Ridge road, and Eighth street,
near Arch street, which contains only Let-
ters and can be of no use but to the owner.
Any person having found the same and leav-
ineg it at the offlqe of the American Daily Ad.
vertiser, shall receive five dollars and no
quieIto s asked.
june1 'dtf


V Window. Glass,
Of Washington Manufacture
'tIII sulbcriber, 'sole agrnt for tle aboye'
'Inilf'.ct,.rv, respectfully inflormrs'his
istumers and the public generally. that he
has romoied frnom his foriner re.iileitce, No.
2f5 Arch street, to No. 18 north Fourth
street, between, Archl aid Cherry streets,
and directly opposite to Ithe German Lutthe-
ran CIhurch, where ,he has on hand it very.
lirge adtl general assortmentt of Window
Glass, of tliheabove manufacture, of a, supe.
rior quality, warranted to be i1I all reienit.t
in gpod condition, and. which 1ll be uoti at
the most reasonable prices. 'As he *'ill be
regularly .supilied with' the var:,.si ,'rZsi
of Window Glass, he ,'ill be enabled to exe.-
cute all orders with which he '.diy be favouir-
ed. '
Andrew. W'y, SeiP.
april 9 eo4tt
FOIt S.A ,.,
im Four lots of Ground, in Hlamil-
titol Villag., s-tuated on ithe south
iH"I west corner of Oak and Tell streets,
i stWih tli appurtetlaees thereon,
which cmtsist of a two story Frae D-,iellnr,
fiiisti-d in the best matinner, an Ice H-lounse,
with a Stunrlier lilotse over it. There is oq
thet premises a number of Fruit Trees, of -ie
best grafted fruit also, a ttump of excellent
\ C!tesnut, 214 feet six inches on Tell, and
200 feet on Oak street ---The above property,
is in a high state of cultivatiosi, well secured
with good pannel fences, and is an elegant
retreat for any person wishing a pleasant re-
sidence during the summer eason. The
terms, which will be low, v ill lhe made.knownr
by applying it No. 4 Chesut street.
_ ALS(),
H i. A two story Firi,.Dwelling, No.
'* -381 south Second street,; thter is
also on the back part of tmte lo w n
Which tile aboveis situated, anothertwo story
Frame, ii which there is erected a Forge,
capable fir any Smith's work ; the a'ove ae
built on a lot of 18 by 80 feet deep. The
buildings are at present in very good co -
dition, as they have been lately put in good
repair. They will be sold liable to at lease ol
ten .ears,from the 2d dlay ofApril, 1818, 'he
purchaser having leave to r,-move th. btuihl-
ings at any time within that period. For par-
tiulars, apply as above.
june 1 eott

FOR S. LE ,
ALL that valuable three story
Brick Messutage or Tenement No.
S 11, situate on the Eas.t side of Dela-
iware Eighth street, between lligh
street and Mulberry street, in the city of
Philadelphia, containing in breadth on the
said EI"ighth street, twenty four feet, and ex-
tending that breadth in depth Eastward.sixty
feet, then widening on the north side four
inches, and continuing that breadth oftwcntty
four feet four inches, the further depth of
thirty two feet eight inches, and then wden-.
iing again on the north side. three feet eight
inches, and continuing thatlbreadth of twen
ty eight feel, the fii-rter depth of thirty nine
feet four inches-the wlhoie depth being one
hundred and thirty two feet.
Bounded northward partly by a four feet
alleypnd partly by ground of'John Wagner,
eastward by ground late ,f !!hinry Seckle,
southward by ground! of Elliston and John
Perot, and others, and wesward by Eighth
street, toget her witlt the privilege of the sa:d
ally. Tihe premises are in complete repair
and possession miy be hat im .d altel,.-
For terms and conditions of le apply j
Frederick BeiIte.s,
No. 94, North Third street.
feb 13 eotf

ChIalv eiite Mineral Wate'r,
M MANUFACTURED aid sold by JORDAN
& BURtIN, at the S. E. corner of Third
and Arch stiieels, hiladelphia
The great utility of Chalybeate Mineral Wa.
ters, have been-io long established by the ex-
perience of mankind and sanctioned by the
opinions of th, firsi Medical practitinners of
everyeenlightened. cuntrv, that we only deem
it necessary to state to the public a few of their
virtues and some ol the iise,ses in which
they have been iuinld so liig-liy useHful
Chalybeate Mineral Wat--r is one oif the best
and most agreeable of all Tonics. it incre.s-.
es the strength of the system-raises thi
force of the circulatioR-gives onre to tie di-
gestive rgans-aupments muscular vigo.ur
and promotes the excretions. It o. course will
he of the greatest advantage in all diseases in
which the preparations of iron are used, as
Dyspepsia, Scrophula, Hypochondriasis, and
all the diseases of females and children accom-
panied with debility; and as iron always suc-
ceeds best when given in small doses, and in
a state of considerable dilution ; the Chaly.
beate Waters afford the best form under
which it can be prescribed and from which
the greatest benefit is obtained
The Medical properties of the Chalybeate
Waters we have greatly improved by the ad.
edition of other ingredients, by which it is made
a completeremedy aga nst sourness of the sto.
mach,commonly called heart.burun, and in cas-
es of indigestion and weakness of the stomach.
it is very tusef'ul, gradutilly restoring the. ap-
pe ite and with it the tone' of the organ. It
will prevent many of the diseases of the
stomach and bowels which proceed from aci.
dity and excess of bile; and from the same
reason it often removes or prevents the sick
he:-d- .che.
From its Tonic, Anti-acid and aperient pro.
perties, it will be very useful in preventing
thesummer complaints of chld;ehi, a nd tly
greatest advantage wijl be derived from its use
in the numerous Chronic aflfections, connected
with the impaired powers of the digestive or.
gains.
This Water is rendered very grateful t0 the
taste, sits light on the stomach, .atid produces
even sensibly a degree of extiliratioh ; and is
certainly one df the most agreeable of all
drinks, especially alter heat and fatigue. ,
The Chatybeate, Soda, Seitzer and Sulphu.
reouis Mineral Waters, with every variety of
Syrups, can be had at the fountain, or put up
in bottles so well secured that it can be lint
to any part of the United States without laying
its virtues. i
Physicians are respectively invited to cimen
and taste of the Waters. .
Jordanll and Bnr in
N. B. The Sulphureous Mineral Wattr is
prepared by the Directionsof L. C. Beauregaird,
M,. D. from the process of the celebrated
French professor Parmentiere.
may30 ws8

SKentucky P'oduce.


DERSONS desirous of purchasing Tobac-
co Flour, &c. "in Kentucky, and hating
*the same either stored the.'e for their account,
of shipped to New Orleans, may receive every
Facility for those purposes, by applying to the
subscribers, who are authorised by a respec.
table and competent House, in Kentucik, to
make this offer of their services,
Emlen ahd Fullerton
No. 21. Chiesnut street. '
nove0 tf


y the guhbscriber, at No. 184 Market
I ," Street,
S A RiMnaMet ARsnITMETs 9F .

Suitedi t flie p -,e'itI sea7r.in. nmiritA i rii I/. c', Iare
S UPEINFILE and Commoni Cloths and Cs-
raimeres, .
Three Pointand Striped Blankets,
Satteens, assorted culonren "
Printed and White lIn. c-lles,
-Snper and Common P'rints,
6-4 and 7-8 Ginghaims,
6-4 and 9-8 Cambriic MNtslins,
6,4 and 4.4 Lenoes and -ook Muslins,
Steam Looin and ithi-r Shirtings,
Conton c-:.as;imn-ere, lihmniles rand Checks,
1n.,11 'lis;,s, I'lick Se' nst,-ns,
STw;lleil Frintr'd S:IlC ILl.:fA.
Cnor'pauy (.hippa lImr,1ils,
Indtia Baandannoes and Madras,Hdkfs.
ltdia andEnglsili Seiv;ng Silks and Twists,
WoVrs ed anl Cotton (lo-iery, assorted,
B inrrbla.t a-.,l lrnnmba7rens,
I breads, Untnoing I ape., Pins,,&c. &c.
ALSO, I -'
Acnnstantsiipply ot super6neand common
SATTINETS, handsomely assorted,;and atre-
duced prices. -
-" ,W ool. .
Merinp and.Common WOOL, bought
as usual.


april 27


Wiai~tm ~~tilOr, Jr.


tj!,EJrTGING X S, S c.
PERKINS & JONES,
Back of St. James's, Church, JNortth Seventh
street
PHITLADE PHIA,
& FTER a series of experiments,,by which
i tey have lo-onught their PqIent .rydratu.
fick .Machitesto'a hilh state of improvement,
ad ascertained the best proportimi.,s and
mindi s of working, are now prepared prompt.
ly to execute all orders in 'heir line of busi-
ness.
villagee Engines, which will play over ta
four story house, and notrequiring more than
eight men, will come atW250 dollars.
First class do. throwing a larger stream,
and holding more water, 300 dollars. .
Adling to either ofthe above, their improv-
ed Copper Suc'ion Pipe, by which the En-
g ne supplies itself or other Engines from
a pond or gutter, 50 dollars.
If the copper tube is lengthened to raise
the wawtr from a well, or upon a -'harf,
which may readily be done to about 18 feet,
the'charge will be 3;dollars extra per foot.
Their largest sized Enianes, which cost
one th.,u-sand dollars, will discharge a ton and
a half o'f w:rer per minute, and project it up.t
wards of 180 feet, through a nusel one inch
and an eight :h in diameter.
Intermediate sized Engines, at proportion.
ate prices.
Domestic Engines for watering gardens,
washing- windows, &,. a. 42 to 45 dollars-it
with copper plungers, 5 dollars extra. Large
sized do, used in factories, &c. as Fire En.
ginics, 10)0 dollars.
Their. new .Sutpply P'mp, which will re-
turn the water that usually runs to waste after
having been played upon a fire, or will force
it froi a pond, &c. through hose, to any re-
quirtd distance-fr:,m 60 to 100 dollars. Th'e
cost pf'.hboe, will, of course, depend upon its
I ien h. t "
These Fngines are simple in construction,
not liable to get out of qrder, and may be
repaired by an ordinary mechanic.. T, eir
s lmpicity enables the inventors to sell them
at little mure tnan h/tf the price of those on
tli? Eniglslh construction.. They have but
one c,-,mber, wih the whole effect of two-
but l a the itinmbrnb of valves and other ap.
<- ,ages, and less than half the friction.-
Th'e scream is constant, and so compact, as
to produce less spray than any heretofore
m de
Letters of inquiry, post paid, immedi-
ately answered, and ample instructions gi-
veil, ,when E.g]nes .r forwarded. P y,',ets
to be nadc in Phiiad. Iphia, and interest
charged after 60 i.ays
0: The I'd tors 6f the Boston Ccttinel,
NewYork v -iiirg Post. Baltimore ed,,i-ra
I, publican. INa lhinftooi National Intellipen
cer,. iclimond Entquirer, No folk Beacon,
(,arleston City 6 zette, and Savannal' R e-
publican, are req .ested to insert the above
weekly for three 'onits and tbrward their
accounts to Perkinsand Jounes for payment.
june 2. Qutf

Freeman's '-ot00.1s
[For the reception and sale of ELIEGANT
FURNITURE, and'the takit g ,i;^-ti' reia-
tive of REAL ESTAi;i. S.'IPS,
&c. &c. at the N. W. corner of Market and
Fourth streets ]

T. B. FREEM.IlA,
H] AS the honor to ann unce to the' public"
i that theencoura.i :..et t ie has received
lias been so unexpecedly great as to induce,
him to make arrangeimeits for conducting
the Auction Business upon the most extensive
scale. He has taken, and in a few days will
Open, that very comnmoditous and centrally
situated Room on the first floor of the range
of Stores lately occupied, by Messrs. Winm.
Chancellor & Co. at the N. W. corner of
Fourth and Market streets. This Room is
admirably calculated for the reception and
sale of ELEGANI' FURNITURE, which has
been well kept and little used, but which the
owners from removals, declining house- keep-
ing or other considerations may wish to dis.
pose of. All sIhli Furniture will be received,
will be open to public inspection and sold
tin the best terms. Tlie want of such an es.
tablishment has been long felt in this city and
T. B Freeman is satisfied that his Repository
will be s well furnished with Furniture of ev-
ery Description as tn warrant him in hereaf-
ter establishing STATED DAYS OF SALE, so that
Families in the vicinity as well as in the city
may have opportunities of purchasing at his
Rooms.
The Counting House of T. B.Freema will
in a few days be established at the above
Rooms' where constant attendance will be giv
ne to receive Orders, in relation to the Sale
Public or Private, of REAL ESTATES
SHIPS, FURNITURE, &c. &c. A REGIS-.
TlER, upon an improved plan, for all these
species if Property will shortly be opened'
and neit)tr trouble nor expence spared to
make th \whole of the establishment worthy
ofthe Pk.,lic Palronage.
A ril 1 ws9t

VFALLdBHLE PROPERTY,
IN THE NEW MARKET.
FOR SALE,
rrfHAT capital stand situate at the
eai t soutli east corner of Sotutti
'.n i street and the New Mark',et, at pre.
sent occupied as a Store, by Mr Samuel M.
Summers. Tke lot is 46 feet on Second
street, and 24 feet on South street, and the
Buildings present a front of 66 feet on the
above streets.-Possessoin may be had on the
first of September next. For terms, which
will be accommodating, apply to
18saac Wfampn le.,-
may 29-eott No, 163 Arch street,


HEALTH LAW.
,E.trnFetaf am the llilth L.ag,, rnso in operation
Spulilsrhelfor l/,e iuformatiii, ofthe ttntuegs ye-
e' nii(ly'9, wit'll / those whom it more ammedi.
ately concerns I
See. 24.-Every person keeping a Boarding
or Lodlging Hittise in the city of lPhiladelphia,;
hle Dist rictof'Sotithwark, orthe Townships of
the Northern Liberties, .Movamensing or
Pnno, between thefirst day of June, and ihe:
fifteenth (lay of October, in 'any year, shall,
within twelve hours after any seafaring man,-
or sojourner, shall become sick ini such Boar.-
cling or' Lodging Hotse, report inwriting the
nanie aPsuici diseased person to the Health
Officer, and no,master of a vessel or other
person, from any vessel whatsoever, shall re-.
move any sick person lying in the river Dela-
ware, before the city of Philadelphia, the
District of Southwark, or the Township of:
the Northern Liberties,before such sick per-
son has been visited.by the Port Physician,
and a'wri'ten permit granted by him for the
puipo;se,of such removal .-And any pers-in
neglecting or refusing to comply with,t'ie fr-..-
visions of this section, shall, on legal co i.c-
tion thereof, be subject to a fine hot exceed-
ing fifty dollars, of to imprisonment,ftr any
term tiot exceeding threepmonths.
Sect. 25.-Every person practising physic,
in the City, District and Townships aforesaid,
who shall have a p-alienil l.bo' ring under a
pestilential or cowiugoudisea se. (sun..il pox
anil me.t-leqs excepted,) shall forthwith make,
a report in writing to the Health Qfficer, and'
for neglecting .s to do, he shall be considered
guilty of misdemeanor, and subject to a.fine
not exceeding fifty dqolla,s.
See. 26.--Whenever an petsqn shall die in:
the city,, district or townsips.aforesaid, the
Physician or Surgeon who shall have attend-
ed such person as a ,Physician qr Surgeon,
during his or her last sickness, shall leave a'
note in writing signed with his name with
some one of the family, in the house .where
such person, hall' havediei, specifying ,the
name and apparent age qf the deceased .and :
the disease f which he or she died. And
ev'ry Physician or Surgeon refusingsor.ne-
glecting to make .a.id deliver suqh note,
shall forfeit the sum of five dollars. And no
Sexton of any Church, or other person Juav-
ing charge of any cemetery, vaults, or burial
grounds :in the city, district or townships
aforesaid, shall permit ai.y dead 'body to'be
interred thi rein, until he has received such
note in writing s signed as~afresaid, or in
case no Physicia or Surgeon shall have at-
tended siicn deceased person, or the Phy-
sician or Surgeon who did attend shall have
neglected or refused to leave such note,
then a like note signed by .ome of the family
in which such person shall have died.
Sect. 27-And it shall be the duty of the
said Board, to cause all offensive er ptjtrid
substances, and all nuisances which may have
tendency ift their opinion to endanger the
health of the citizens, to be' moved -from
the streets lanes, alleys, highways, wharves,
docks, or any other part or pgrts of the, city
of Philadelphia, tlhe Distict iof Soutfiwark,
and the Townships of the Northern Liber.
ties, Moyamensing and Penn, and to cause
such ofthe privies within, thelimits afore-
said, to be emptied or corrected with lime,
or otherwise, at the expense of the indivi-
duals who are the owners <.1 the hoeines.to
which such privies are appurtenant, as the
said Board shall from time to time deem ne-
cessary for the'health of the irthabitpnts there-
of.--And if the owners. or occupiers oft the
premises on which any nuijan.ce may be-
fr.und, and the owners of the hotusesto which
the said priyies are pppurtenant, shall, on due
notice thereof, refuse or negipct to have the
same im .i ate y removed, emptied pr cor-
rected as aforesp.d, he, she or they, so refuis-
ing or neglecting, shall forfeit and pay for
every such offtence any sumn notless than
twnutty, nor m re than t..e hundred dollars,
to- be recovered and appropriated s by thip
act is directed.
may 25 eoat


QUICKEST ROU 1 E BETWEEN
Philadelphia and New York.
Through in eleven Hours.
POST COACH LINE
BY WAY OF POWLES HOOK.
No Connexion aithk Post Chaise Line or Steam
Boatl ,Etna.
frpHE POST COACH leaves .Judd's Hotel,
1 south Third street, every morning at 5
o'clock (Sundays excepted) and arrives in
NewYork the same afternoon, crossing in
the Steam Ferry Boat from Jersey City, and
in time to take the Steam Boat for Albany.
This Line will take up and set down its pas.
.qengers in a'y part ofthe city. Fare through
Eight Dollars, with a liberal allowance of
Baggage, which goes on springs.
United States' Mail Coach,
FOR NEW-YORK.
Six Passengers only admitted. Leaves
the Office, No. 30, south Third street, eve-
ry day, at 3 o'clock, P. M. and arrives in
New York next morning at six o'clock, in
time to take the Steam Boat for New Haven.
Second Line Post Coaches, by Steam
Boat Bristol.
Leaves the upper side of Market street
every day (Sundays excepted) at three
o'clock, lodge at Kingston and arrive in New
York next day at two o'clock, by the fast go-
ing Steam Boat ATALANTA. Fare through
only five Dollars.
For Seats in either ofthe above Lines, ap.
ply at the United States' Mail Coach Office,
No. 30, south Third street, or at Judd's Ho-
tel, opposite.
For Seats in Second Line Post Coaches,
apply only on board and not at the offices
near the wharf.
Chester Bailey,
Philadelphia.
Joseph Lyon, Sons Co
Jersey City.
Thomas Whitfield,
New York.
N. B. EXTRA STAGES and expresses sent
to any part of the Union, at the shor; est no-
tice. may 27-eolmn

NOTICE.
LL persons indebted to the Estate of JO-
SHUA SULLIVAN, late of this city, de
ceased, are requested to make speedy pay-
ment, apd those having demands against said
estate, to present their accounts, duly au-
thenticated for sttle.ment, to either of the
stuscribers,
Charles Sullivan,
No. 243 Market street,
SWin. Worrell,
No. 233 Marketstreet.
T ROhbt. Wescutt,
4a. 22, Arck street.
may 23--ws4w aeer


-By autarfirt of-tce State nft'Penn8Yva,.;i3a.
SI- Sl h-H C1.,SSoFTi-l'
Grand Internal Na igalion
-.-; -Lottery', --, ':,
46O Haif a .Mli on of tD6oUiis !
HAVING presented this most magnificent
scheme to th public, we r apertfl.illy so.
licita continuance if nsut supp. irt, whici alune
has buoyed our hopc, i nd repressed appielten-
sion. It our fornie p..trons yield liberiil aid
to this class, the Unmon Carnal Comp,,ny will
be unembarrassed, and the object, so desira.
ble to the citizens of Pennsyivan..i, he uli.
mately acco'nplshed Indeed, and in Iact,
compar-tively, we never hbfore rad a solid
foundation for making assurance of fortune,
doubly sure,-for the prizes exceed, by
Twenty-Eight Thousand Dollars,
S1alf a Million of Money.
ALL.. of which will be drawn in ten drawings;
as experience his proved that the public wish
is hostile to procrastinated lotteries; .nIl the
pulse of the time throbs for a pri.mpi distri-'
bution of so much wealth ; for there are more
capital prizes in this scheme, than therseever
was in any former one, either in Europe dir
N.merica; it will be perceived that there aie
one .hundred prizes of ONE THOUSAND
Dollars each, and TEa' prizes of TEN TrIltU-
SAND Dollars each--making, in these prizes
alone, an aggregate surm of TWO HIL NIfltFD
THOUSAND Iollars ; and as the interest of
the many should be preferred to that of the
lew. it will not be dispu;td that the arrange.,
r'ient is more congenial to American feelings of
rIght, than a consolidation of them in one or
'vo large, prizes; particularly ass prize of
$50,000, and a prize of 820,000, enriches
tue scheme, for.the benefit, we hope,,ot some
clubs, who will once more embark their fatea
with us, "and not gi,,e up the ship," forbe.
sides the above prizes, we will risk any wager
that' we will distribute .some of the ..ELVE
THOUSANDS, and many of the Five Hin-
dreds,. One Hundreds, c. and it should never
hb forgotten,(because unprecedented) that we
sold all the first drawn .high prizes in the
ftoriqr classes, and, for the number bf Tickets
we had, actually sold more prizes,(in prper-.
tion) than any other office, with fewer blanks.
So certain is.this, that,in .additjow.to the sup,
port of our friends, te orjy ask the custom
and countenance ot those whose confidence
(for ihe i wo last classes) in other ufficea was
repaid with SPANXitS-if we gain that, we nei-
ther wish,nor want greater patronage.
Hope Co.
Lottery Office, 63 Chesnut street.
june 29 eo3t
oiThnmas John Loud,
Piano Forte Manufacturersa (
RESPECTFUIJLY inform the Southern,
Western and country merchants, that
the manufacturp, and have for sale irea-
sonable terms, ;at their mantitfctory, N. W.
corner of Fifth and Prune streets Pia i
Fortes bf various descriptions, which have
been iand will be found well calculated lor Fa-
milies residing -it a distance from persons ac-
quaimted uith tuning,. e. of them, particular-
ly from their durability-the ength of time
they keep in tine--The *small liab'niy of their
being out of prder, and the ease with which
(from the simplicity ot their construction)
if any thing should be so, it .an be remedied.
_T &_ J..L-L. respectfully solicit'the contiou-
ance ot patronage from them and the citizens
of Philadelphia, they have hitherto so liverally
received, and assure those who may favor
them with their commands, that no expence,
has or will be spared to render the smatiufac.
ture of their Instruments complete in every
respect. '
res Piano Fortes- made to-order, to fit Re-
ceases or match Furniture.
0 Old Pianos taken-in part payment.
N. t Instruments tuned and repaired.
march 17 Sawl.m-

A Country Residence.
lnHE Subscriber has for sal. the Seat on
which he now resides, 5 and a halfmdes
from the city, north west, ind in the vici.
nity of Frankford.
q The improvements are a com-I
U* w ):odious Dwelling House, Kitchen,
| Smoke House, Milk flouse, Ice
House, Carriage House and Stables,
ull of Stone, and built of the best materials,
within the last six years, and the present sea.
pon put in perfect order, The ground is
handsomely laid out, an extensive Garden,
stocked with a variety of choice early fruits,

an excellent Orchard conta,ing two hundred
well selected grafted apple trees, two Pumps
of excellent water, one near the kitchen
door,'lie other near the stables. The whole
is comprised in fifteen acres of Ground, in
excellent order, well fenced, and at present
in grass-for situation of health, and exten-
sive prospect, this residence is excelled by
none within the same distance of the city.
An additional quantity of Land belonging to
the subscriber, immediately adjoining, may
be had, should the purchaser chuse it. For
particulars apply to N. Davidson, No. 239 Vine
street, or on the pretnises.
William Davidson.
may 15 cotf

Bank of the United States.
May 12tA: 1818.
A RCHITECTS of Science and experience
are invited to exhibit to the Boarl of Di.
rectors, on or before the 1st. day of August
next, appropriate designs and elevations for a
Banking House, to be erected on the site pug-
chased for that purpose, bounded on the north
by Chlesnut and on the south by Library street,
containing one hundred apd fifty-one feet in;
width east and west, alnd two hundred twenty
five feet indepth north and south.
The ground plan will include an area of
a'tout ten or eleven thousand square teet ina
rectangular figure of equal, or unequal sides,
as may be best adapted to the interior arrange.
ment. The building will be faced with mar.
ble, and have a portico on each front, resting
upan a basement or platform ot such altitude
as will combine convenience of ascent with
due proportion and effect.
In this edifice, the Directors are desirous ef
exhibiting a chaste imitation of (Irecian Archi.
texture, in its. simplest and least expensive
form.
Five hundred dollars will be paid for that de-
sign, which shall be approved, and, two hun-
dred dollars for the next best specimen..
By oqder of the Board of Directors.
Sona. Smith, Cashier.
may 13 wlA

J'OTtCE, .
TIE Partnership heretofore existing be-
tween SHREVE WARREN & JOHN H.


CONNELL, Glass Manufacturers,trading un.
der the firm of WIRRE.\ f COVNNELI,
was dissolved an the 17th inst. by mutual con-
sent. All persons indebted to them, will
please make payment, and those having claims
present their accounts to John H. Connell, at
the Glass House, Kensington, who is authoria-
,edto settle the same.
Shreve Warren,
John H. Connell.
june 30 d.w