The Repertory and general advertiser
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Title: The Repertory and general advertiser
Alternate title: Repertory, general advertiser
Alternate Title: General repertory advertiser
Portion of title: General advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.W. Clapp
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: May 12, 1812
Publication Date: 1811-1813
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 53 (July 2, 1811)-v. 10, no. 17 (Feb. 26, 1813).
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Preceded by: Repertory (Boston, Mass. : 1804)
Succeeded by: Repertory (Boston, Mass. : 1813)

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Four Dolls. Per Ann.! BOSTON, TUFS.)AY, MAY 12, 1812. [NTo. 38--VoL, IX.

Ja the year four Lordoneh:ov
>.l* c .t Ahundre uiand'twerve

AN ACT to divide the
__ Commonweahlt into Dis
tricts, (for the choice of Rep
resentatives in the Congress of the UnIited States
and prescribe ing the mode )f Election.
Bi is enacted, by the Senate 'rani Houe of Rep
resentatifvs in General Cour't assembled, and ,it
1the arutho'rit of the same, That this Common
wealth be, and is hereby divided into twenty
districts as in this act defined and described
for the purpose of choosing Repre'entatives to
represent this Cnnmmonwealth in. the Congress
of the United States, after the present Congress
in each of which districts one representative
being an inhabitant of the district for which ihe
shall be elected, sht-ll bh chosen in the manunei
hcrein after described..
SECT. 2- Be itf.rtrey' enacted, Tha-
the said twenty districts shall be formed and
limited in manner f iTn ....*'.r, viz.
The. towns in the county of Suiffk, together'
with tihe town of Camrbridge in the cou:ity of
Mi'ddlescx, shi., constitute one district, to be
called Sufolk district..
The towns o( Salem, Marblehead Lynn, Lynni.
field, Danvere, Middleton, Andover, Methuen,
lhiverlhill and Armetbury, in the county ofEssex
shall constitute one district, to be called 2sszex
Sontli district .
The towns and Idistricts in the county of Es-
sex, not incl led in Essex South District, shall
con:.iitute- one 'liatrict, to be called Este.x Murt.h
The towns and districts in the county of
Middlesex, excepting the towns of Asihby,
owvnsend, Shirely, Pepperell, Camnbridge,
Mrii.Q-hton, V'.*!ertoran, Niwton, Framinglham,
l-iopkinton. Holtiston, Sherburne and Noalick,
ob.ll constitute one district, to be called i.,ddle-
l.1., dist ict.
ilhe towns and districts in the county of
liamptd'en, together widt the towns of Ware,
Belcherort'wt, Granby, South Hadley, Hadley,
Northampton, Westhampton, Sou1th.ampion,
Easthnipton, Norwich, Worithington and i'!id-
dileisld, in the county of llamroshire, shall con-
stitute one district to 6bI called Btamp hire Ssuth
Tih.- town and districts i- the county of
Hainpsire, not included in tKampsiliTe South
District, ih..- with thie town.s and districts
inr the county of Fr.anklin, shall cotstituritc one
distei'ict to be called Ifampt'hir.e V.'lr/lA DiaticS.
Tihl towns and districts in the count' of 'ly-
ntouth shiali constitute oite district, t. be cal.
lelt A-smamth s]4Dislrict.
Tiie, towns and districts in the counties of
Barnstable, Nantucket, and Dukes' County, to-.
gether; with the town of New-Bedford, in the
county of Bristol, shall constitute one district,
to be called BJarntetable Distri.:<.
The 'towns and districts i the county of
Blrisol, except e h town I of Newedford, to-
A -' -,i k '.i ; ,i,_ -.\ ."I- -" "'. ." ', ita;I rolt
.ant Foxborcugh in the c,..- .i ., ,' i hall
,;;,str :ute one district to be called driotsl iMs-

The following towns in the county of Wor-
cester, to wit W: orcester, Mendon, Brook-
field, North Brookfield, Oxford, Charlton, Sut-
ton, Spencer, New Braintree, Westboro', Ux-
'bridge, X. --, ,u Ha: .-, ..':, Hardwick,
Western, Douglas, Graf.on, Petersham, Upton,
S.ilJ!r, Ward, Milford, Dana asd Barre, t.o-
0e-1ther with the towns of Hopkiniton and
Hoilfston in the county of Middlesex, shall
institute one district to be called. Worcester
South District.
The towns arid districts in the county of
Worcester, not included in Worcester South
District, together with the towns of Ashby,
Townsend, Shirely and Pepperell, in the county
of \Middlesex, shall constitute one district, to be
called Worcest-er .'Yrth .District.
The towns, districts and plantations in the
county of Berkshire, shall constitute one dis-
trict, to be called Berkshire .District. '
The towns and districts of the county of
Norfolk, excepting the towns of Stoughton, Sl.i-
r... ... i'.:. l...',:.._-h, together with the towns
Iof .. i b! t-,. ,..: L, Newton, Brighton, W ater-
tow6i, and Framingham, in thdie co' .ty of Mid-
dlesex, shall constitute one district to be called
Josfo lk Ditit. r '
The towns, districts and plantations in the
county of York, excepting the towns of Biuxton,
Limington, Cornish and Parsonsfield, shall oon-
stitute one district, to be called the FirstB East-
ern District.
The following towns districts and plantations
*in the county of. Cumberland, viz. Putland,
Falmouth, Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough, Gor-
ham, Standish, Windham, North Yarmouth. to.
gether with t(le towns of Buxton, Limington,
Cornish';ad .Parsonsfield, in the county of York
shall constitute one district, to be called the
Second Eastern District.
The following towns, districts and Plantations
in the county of Cumberland viz. Brunswick,'
HIarpswell, Pownal, Freeport, Durham, Pejep-
scot, Minot, Poland New-Gloucester, Gray, Ray.
monid, Otisfield, Thompson's Pond and Shaker's
Settlement Plantation, together with the towns
ofLitchfleld, Lisbon, Bowdoin, Wales' Planta-
tion, Topsham, Lewistown, Bath, Georgetown
and Dresden, in the county of Lincoln, shall
constitute one district, to be called the T.iir-d
Eastern District.
The towns, districts and Plantations, in the
county of Lincoln, excepting the towns of
Litchfield, Lisbon, Bowdoinham, Bowdoin,
\',ales-Plan.taticn, Topsham, Lewiston, liath,
Georgetown, and Dresden, together with the
towns of Deer-Isle, Vinaihaven, Lincolitville,
Northport and Isleborough, in the :.. !],. of
Hancock, shall constitute one district, to be
called the Fourth .Eastern District.
Tile towns, districts and plantations in the
county of Kennebeck, shall constitute the dis-
trict, to be called the Sixth Eastern ils'trict,
The towns districts and plantations in the
counties of Oxford and Somerset, together with
te towns of 1iudgeton, Harrison, and Bald,- in,
in the county of Cumberland, shall constitute
one district, to be called the Seventh Eastern
SFCT. 3-Be it further enacted, That
the Selectmen of the several towns and districts
within this commoniwealthl, shall, in the mariner
as the law directs for calling town meettigs,
cause the inhabiters of their respective towns
.and districts duly qualified to vote for Repre.
sentatives in the eneeial Court of this Common.
wealth, to assemble on the first Monday of No.
vember, biennially beginning in November next
to give in the:r v~tes for their respective Rep.

rcsentatives to the Selectmen who shall preside pointments, sha1 continue and be in full force. .^ which may be so ass cited shall be .ind-u de
at said meetings ; and the Selectmen, or major Feb. 28,1812. Approved, E. GERRY. control ofbuch instredtionsor orders.
part of them, shall in open mIrn' *: TESD.qY ORjvING, MAY 12, 1812. Sec. 2. -.ndbe it ratherer enacted, That the
name count the perhvotes, and fh a ,, -n s a .l .: Commonwealth of Ma,.Ihu., -ctt. i r espectiv. ships or vessels shall be liolden for
aof votes for each person "-.", ... n u,.,.l ., -In tIhe rlouse af Representatives IndIaany stipulations aforesaid contained i such it!-
length against his name, i, -, t .-, li re. Feb 28, 1812. 5 1ndll ]i(. strument concerning them, and shall ac-rd-
lsh.iil make a record thereof, and the Selectmen Ordered. That in future, all the remon. The paper printed at Louisville, Kentuck- of igly be cha.geah.f* .. -b c ,r' -sn.:.'- ." i
shall in such .n .i;, p '. dec ra sices ... ,:..- ._ I.m ers res e- April 17, anr,,,, e lh-n it the W abash Indians are tay be justly d,.r.,.. : .:., sectur. ct i,,,r
s. of Ihe persons ..Iti .I d I ..d oft the numi ber .of tur- ed to "he i -, ., .' :,-,, ; ,.. ,-- shall again in .i ...- I I -. have burn, a house and to perfortr the ,te i '.,- .-I s, sir : tuin;l,:
Vote they respectively ha-ve, and. shdll in open presented, read and committed the killed a man within 3a tiles of Vincennes-2 **. r.. :-nbl 1in ofcontributio. on account
v tnhe meeting seal up the said list, certified by first four days ofthe first session ofthe General Iotles missing-an express arrived to Govern. ; I.: .- .L1age mcurre.: i, r i.'un..lthese..
the Selectmen, and express upon there outside of urt. r Harrison, twho is preparing with volunteer, of. 'het rates eofcontribi. ,, ,lhl e n,".
- the said list the district in which the votes were 2 Ordered, That members who are appointed &c. toned to and .. i, .. ,.- vessels or
s given, and shallst t d district in ich the sm witeshin four- on the committee of contested elections, shall Fran the -at h,.... *., of.f dty 2. owners thereot !. I ..,.. i N,. I. : ..,,..
gien, days next shall tr such meeting tse wth Sec four- not be put to any other committee tntil they By a letter. (roi Marietta, in Ohio, we are in- by such instrument: otherwise .ri-n
-te days next aft c meeting to the Se shall have made up theirreport on such elections. formedthlt. Cen. Cass left that place on Sunday iment may be adjusted by the J,..-rrt '.- th-
the county ine Comoweasuc town o distt ieri of 3Ordered, That all remonstrants'or their a. last with between 2S0. and 300 volunteers, the competent court. Providled, That no ships ot-
Sthe county in whit th sam to the or distretary lies, gents against any such member or members, quota called for trom it s birigade, ..-tet i s, .. vessels shall be holden unless a copyof the in-
the Commoll transmit th, withi foty days et after of shall be ready with their evidence before said spirited young met They will go by water to strumcnt concerning them. af ,c-p.od b, i
the tine of hohldi such -I,.. --,.- nd the committee on or before the tenth day of the first Cincinnati, whence they are to commence their have been c..c-tied ,,j the owine.- .r ge,:,t a,-
c Secretay s.trl lay tie samera .,.. ti Gove session of the Ceneral Court : march by land to Detroit. Five hundred volun- deposited with a collector of the customs or'
s ary shall lay the Snan m in seL ofan eleven And the setting members whose elections teers might have been obtained from the same with the clerk or register of a court having-
niour and Coiuncil and in case of an election shall be contested, shall also be ready with their division, had they been necessary. The whole admiralty or -nrm.; Ji *'di.-n, or in case
ford fry district, by a majority of the votes re-sha evidence within the first twelve days of said ses. quota of the State of Ohio, of the detachment of of being in a fo-eign country, with a consul or
turnid from such district tihe overnour h a sion, unless in such case as the House or corn. militia authorised by law, is expected to be rais-. ocer, a ff the United States. Pr ,i.d, also,
Certicte o trsuch choice, signed by the rso s o hoser-, a mittee shall find goa and sufficient reason to ed without resorting to a draught. _St r.,ne but citizens ofthe United .res shIl.l
Cenour and counrsch choice s ed b y trh e ot r- order otherwise ; and in all cases, where it ,---- be permitted directly or indirectly to have. or,
ur ad coutmen of rsiuchned by ts ande Secretaryicts and lie shall be otherwise ordered, said committee shall Round about news corrected-The mate of the claim benefit of any agreement or stipulation
withe Selectmen of such towns and districts as lie sit, iear & determine in the recess, and report schooner Hotspur arrived in this city on Satur- a aforeSaid.
shift shall rety irn suwhich to the Secretary's nothereon within th first three da of the second day in the ship Emulation, from Corunna, ine- Sec 23 nd be it f trt'er e-,.,.,,. Th t th.-
otffice within the same term of time as sheri session o the Ceneral Court. forms; that they had despatches on board the courts of the United States t, L1, ",g,,.,t ,nce
-' are r ired to OT ootspur for tthe French Government and for Mr, of causes of admiralty Und r.t.ii-r .,- : .i -,l
Ear-c teturTi-ed to 1 do, ri ThatIS hereby giVCl that Barlow ; and that these despatclies were thrown tion, shall take cognizance of complaints an't,
8SECT. 4,- e t iiniiter enacted, hat the subscriber has been duly appointed overboard aind sunk beforethe vessel was taken controversies touching the premises ; and pro-
in case no person shall be chosen by a majority Guardian, to [Captain Moran, of the Jane, read the accounr ceedings .i ,v b, had therein 'f.:. r to '
of all the votes returned from any district, the WIHLIAM PRESCOTT, we Published on Mondayi an Irish paper. course of such courts i-q,.-ttii,, ,0 other
Governour shall cafise precepts to issue to the of Groton, in the county of ;.... a Spend ~-. .Ga. cases ofadmiralty or riuaritime jurisdiction.-
Selectmen of theseveral towns and districts, thrift and has taken upon htn. hat trust, .___ But nothing herein contained shall be constru-
within such district, di-recting 'and requiring by gfivinti bonds as the law direct. All persons Even in so commons book as enrdon's TEL.E- ed to deprive suitors of a remedy at common
such t,- .au cthe habitats o their bavg demands upon the estate of said Spend- c s may be found lessons ofsond policy, l, or in equity wherever the in bi
respectivc-townsand-lis-iritsaqualificdasafore- thrift, are r,.qntired to eoihibit the same ; i s- sw hm se roun ls o .. oson..c .
said, to assemble as afob!-es-il, rn a day in such and all periods indebted to the said estate are to which the great Statesmian, who now-gover d it sfill'ncerning rerchMnrt vecles arms2d.for de,
precc-pt to be appointed, to ive their votes for cl 'cd upio toimake payirneait to m-, and a tour country seem wholly strangers. Many a fence.
a Representative in Conrt.ss as aforesaid- persons rare fo.rb.iddei to rads with himii... pompous Corigressional speech have we read, Pe itenacted, &-. That from and after the.
whtchi precepts shall be accompanied with a hJlrathail SawvteI, Guardian, that did not contain half M e wisdom, half the day of in the pr-..entt year, the
listof persons voted for, in such dir ti let, shers- Crrto-n, t,,arch i Pmir- ,1 ,:I..l- for defsnce shall lt'e ,ihj,.:.c-
ig the .r.ns..,r ofvotes lor h chcl ect, shew ro farch 181'. '- knowledge of the subject, that is conveyed in -.i 1 ... .l.ii .. ..
ding, t;', h, .- return, and the saite proceed. ".TO i'CE is hereby given that the the following ren'arks on thfe nature of comr Sec 2 t- : .., ,j, That no merchant ves-
ings shall be had thereon, ini all resp-:c: as be. 1 Subscriber has been duly appointed admin- merce, sels armed or provided with the means of be
fore directed in this act, and the shcrif shall ritratilx to the Estate of in g armed at sea, shall be cleared or permitted
make return thereof, into the Secretary's Office MOSES VWHITE, But ]ow (said Telemachus to Narbal, the to depart one ,.-;.- b. .. l, unik-s Ith. ,m -
ont or before such day as the Covernogr shall ap- Ihte of Watertownnin the county of Middle-ex, Es -) carn such a commerce be established be ic..-,i-.,,:.i ,i...i di' ,..,d,- I.,i i ,, .I J .da
point in such precept. And the. Selectmnen quire, deceased, intestate ; and has taken upon in thaca By the same means, said he, that ships and vessels of the United States. And
of such towns a rd districts as lie within any herself that tru-r .- i-u-- : ins as the law di- we have established it here. Receive all strain. any such ship or vessel of the WU. States, if not
county in which there may be no Sheriff, s~h,il rects; and all ... .; demands upon the gers with readiness and hospitality; let them bound on some voyage beyond the southern
return uch i.sts to the Secretary's Oice,wihin at the .aid intetate are required to ex- i afey, convenience liberty in your ports; cape of Africa or America, may be restrained
he same term oftie Shrs are require hibit the sae, and all perns indebted to tie and be careful never, to disgust them by avarice and prevented from oin to ea with suh a
to do: and terme Secretary shall lay the istr sad Estate, are called un make payment to r pride. He that would succeed i a project of mant or means ofarmment, unless bond to
.etr ro: o elo th tcet h a the oernusr d so t D Sanla White, adz'., gain, 'must never aotei'p to fl0 air too1uch ;" andi the U.. h be given by the mashag-ing owner, o-
eturdcil, to his oice, before the Governour and ortoJOIND. W IA S, ofBoton, her at y. upon proper occasions, must know how to lose agent, and be master or comrmaider thereof.
son or persons d twhoverno shall be chosen as afiorthe per. Wasd te-rown, Atpril 9, I. m-ay 5 Endeavour to gain the good will of foreigners ; with responsible suret or sureties, its- a penal
to he notified thereof, and like proceedings shall TOj]CjE h-eh ivenrather suffer some injury than offend them by sum not exceeding dollars, ;,ll c,,,.d,.
be.a-ain. la itn case any district shall fail of i Subsbrh te at doin g-.istice to yourself; and especially do not tion that such ship or vessel thail not proceed
., in. r ice of its te hbr bcee duly appoiitcd ex- keep theln at a distance, by an insolent behav- to any port known to be actually' blocked,
.... .. ... ... shal issue his precept ectrix to the lat ill and esament of tour Lt the las of trade neier copicated nor c contraband articles to the doinions
.......ytethe Selectn f those towns and CALEB B K nor burt/enme but do not violate them your- of any power engaged in ar against sch
districts, or suc~h districts wherein the choice of late of Medrord. in the county of MiddleAex, gen. self, nor ,uiffer then to be violated withlimpuni- may be at pace with the U S and that such ar-
P".: .r i .t; shall not have been made, and tIcranr, deceased, estate, and has taken upon her- ty. Always punish fraud with severity; nor let moment shall not be used fr ,. [, .i contra
-' r .'., J ..-shiall be had as often as occa- self that trust by giving bonds as the law directs, even the negligece or -...J ,,., of a trader ry to the laws or treaties i Li '; or the
satn miny require. And all persons having demands upon the estate escape ; for follies as well as vice, effectually rules ofpublick law by the U S. Acknowledg-
SECT. 5. Be fIirther enacted, That of the said deceased are required to exhibit the ruin trade, by ruining those whto carry it on.- ed, but that the instructions which may be giv-
Wev-'r any vacancy shll happen in tho Rep- same an all persons indebted to said estate are The advantages of commerce should be left to en by the President of the U. -S,,., for pire-
it4en er -ry vaCanre smi halt irn in th c ICo- called upon to make pavyent to those by whose labour it subsists, lest this lia- ven-tin tny inifr'acoei of such lsc s, treaties o"
rese tati ves of thnia Cosm ti onw -eoh, in the allk- P KS, .' hour, for w-it ot suhient enotivo, should ce.ea ; n ,.'- -.
cause recpts to issue t te elect of th Mdfrd, April y ere are equivalent advantages, which ship or vessel in the destinevoyage o vovg.
sevetrc tows and dissuetrict, heeilcthin any district mu necessarily result to the government, from es and that satisfaction shall be made fon ..
rse ittwieti s ands dmittomay withappen, distl'ictir'- t ...... 7 ....h he"si le a fr
in which such vacancy y may happen, directing, 0 ICL Is hereby g-iventhat the the wealth, which a free commerce will bring" dNmag-c and injury ifany should be cosrmin d
inud is.ahpn(tC into the state ; and commerce is a kind offspring1 in tcntraventionthereof-e W V, Iichi d may be
and requiring them ton cause the inhabitants af t subscriber his tbceu duly appiuned aninis- hih to divert from its atuce ra l channeprin t sued in the rav me ofn theU.reofS.hibefred many co-
their reon ect da in s ch precept, to b appointed, JOHN BAR tilose. There arc but two tings which favor fu- petent court of the U. S: And whatever m-.y
ble oil t tdahye Inoth a aecep., to be appointed, .oJ ()HF-N1 A R PRE reign commerce--profit 8 convenience. Iryou be recovered thereon shall be for their use, cx.
to give in their votes for a representative, to late of Aiby, in the county of Middlese-, yeman, render ouP counPerce lest convenient or Iss cept so ruchdas thereon hcort may order to bire paid
supply such vacancy ; and like proceeding's deceased,intestate, and has tkeu upon himself that gainful to foreigners, they will insensibly forsake fcept so m uchkin atis tiort as shaorder tore bsopa-
shall from time to time, in all respects be had trout by giving bonds, as the law directs. And all vi ; n& those tiat once depart neser will return o able in any case f dAmtige otinljulry. But te
as are herein before provided, persons, having demands upon the estate f the said because other nations, taking advantage ofyour restrictions herein contained shll tt he con-
S.CT. 6. Be itJ further enacted, That deceased, are required tu exhibit the scame and all imprudence, will invite them to their ports, and aidered applicablee vessels which maybe
it shall be the duty of the several ShreriTs of persons itlebted to the said estate are cled upon a HABIT will soon be contracted OF TRADIN e esels Gic a bo
the several county of the Commonwealth, on to ma e payment to BO U armed in virtue of any grants of letters of
the several cotrnticz of tie Conrmonovmealth, oni- -t tITIIOUT YOU"."'marque aurd eprisal under authority ofthe U,
receiving copies of this act, or any precept from AMOS BARRETT, ydrm'r. marque and reprisal under authority of th U
the Governour for tile purpose hceiuil mentioni- .4shfy.7, A!pril 23, I1 1i, [5rS Telemachus, Book Ill. Sttes. 3. .nd be itfrther enacted, Tht when-
ed, to transmit the same seasonably to tire S .- .. i ec.3. indbe it rather enacted, T when
lectinen ofthe several towns and districts, and is hereby gvenhat the ever security shall have blben given y bond as
eto ten ofhe esors of townh svral districts, a:nd subscrr ha i been duly g appointed At nini .CCOUX OF REPRESETTIVES. with respect to a ship or vessel of the United
to the assesorai of thre s-icveral districts atnd i-N imlrnner his been dory appointed Aulnintr lecleral. 1emocratick. Strrte, duty ownedhandlnavigatedasSuhiwhich
plantations, where there may be no Selectmen tratrix to the estate of i federal. lemocratick. States, duly owned and navigated as such whie
within their respective counties, to whom such uSTEPHEN ROSE, Inur last (corrected)aftsser deducting Medway aid for defence, anor pr found with means as afre
copies or precepts may be respectively directed. late ef Medford, in the county of .n.I ... Shi In or last ed) f0 11ctin Me8ay oyad for defvones t, and bound on ay ta re ig
And the several Sheriffs shill for the said seir- joiner deceased, niestate, and has taken upon her- Suesiur, 1 0 0 0 sho e or voyermite not contrary ton such desinsam
vice be entitled to receive out of the Treasury self that trust, by giving bonds as the law directs.- Ciuter, 1 0 0 0 shllon : And the e olectored the custon s uch r the
of liss Comm -onwene.eth, fifty cents for each of And all persons havingdematads upon the estate of TohIrd, 1 0 0 1 d district ionl whic the hip or vesstoels foray be
the copies, and of the precepts so by then dis- the said Stephen Roae are required to exhibit tirhe w l, 1 0 0 1 aistrictrom which the ship or vessel may be
tribute to the Selectmen of the towns and diz. saine ; and all persons indebted to the said estate. Whately, 1 0 0 0 about to depart, in addition to the clearance fonr
tricts, and to the assessors of tile districts and are called upon to make payment to scituate, 3 0 0 2 the same, shall furnish an official document t ,
plantations in their Countie where there may RUTH ROSE, LASi'.r Freeport, 2 0 0 1 this effect, anthes foearly as w may be convenietit
be no Selectmen ; provided however, that no Medford, April 2S, ,181. Q ( [m5 Lisbon et, 1 0 0 1 according to the following to my cn -
Sherifft wlio shall -...., seasonably to trans- Capelizabeth, 1 0 0 1 To al Ihni it may concern:
mit all and every i.....opies and precepts by OTICE is hereby given, that N CGloceste r, 2 0 0 1 It is m de known; that the ship or :vessel
him received in manner aforesaid shall be en- 1 the subscriber has been duly appointed Powsib, 1 0 0 0 called the [inserting here the vessel's name]
titled to any compensation for distributing any Administrator to the estate of Asby, rst 1 0 0 1 of [insertng the name of tie port to which thber
of such copies or precepts, and for returning David Wyman, Hnbbardstown, 1 0 0 0 vessel belongs] having [inserting the number]
the votes from all thie towns within the res- late of Wobf.rn, in the County of Midt7deex, Yeo- A ed, sboro' 1 0 0 0 cpewt [fin w whether a number] he ad, and [spe-
pective Counties, which may be seasonably de- man, deceased, intestate, & has taken upon him- yn bo' 1 0 0 0 [specifyig whether anyor no) head, and [spe-
livered to him as aforesaid, each Sheriff, shall self that trust, by giving bonds as the law di- Limerick, 1 0 0 0 cifying whether any or no] gallery, of the burth-
be entitled to receive seventeen cents per mile; rects And all persrlols havingdemands upon the Brookfield, 0 1 0 0 en of [inserting the number] tons as register-
cobrputin from the pstce of abode of ec Estate of the said deceased, are required to Viairfax, 0 0 1 0 ed, and carrying [inserting- the number of
c omputing frothe Sereacey ofabode of each exhibit the sante : and all persons indebted to the Stockbridge, 0 1 0 mounted] g un whereof [naming
Sheri case to the Secretary's Officese nd int th eit- i accountsaid estate, are called upon to make paent to olis, 0 0 1 0 the person] is at present master or command-
' case the Committee shailpon esentontheir accounts Jaor ees xVyman, Adin'i Buxton, 0 0 1 0 er,being a describingg the kind of vessel,wheth-
toand theallowance. oil accounts for examinali Woburn, April 29, 1SI2. _may I Harlem, 1 0 0 0 er ship, snow, brigantine, schooner, loop or

SECT. 7. Re it further enacted, That NT OTICE is hereby given, that Winthrop, 1 0 0 0 otherwise] duly owned and navigated as ;
any Sheriff who shall neglect to perform the i the suibsriber have been duly appointed 39 1 16 16- arhnt essel of the, and bountates of Aeria,
duties, which by this act he is directed to petr. Executor of the last will and testament of is permitted to depart ou her destined voyage.
form ; shall for each neglect, forfeit and pry a John VintlOln, M2RICANTILE A.IMAMIENT. [o1 voyages, as may be proper] r(.eolnsibe se-b
sum not exceeding two thousand, nor less thatn ate of Boston, in the. County of Suffo k, brick. The following bills in tteroduced into the Senate curity h:ving- been given according to thle act
two hundred dollars for any such neglect.- ayer, deceased, and hias taken upon herself by Mr Dana, have passed that body, and re- iofCongress, entitled An act concerningmer-
And if anty Selectmen shall neglect to perform that trust by giving bonds a a the law directs ; & revived their first reading in the tlouse : chant vessels armed ibr defence,"
any of the duties, which by this act they are re- all persons having demands upon the estate of .1 Itilrespectin. rassocizaions for maritime security. "Given unier the seal of office at tihe port
quired to perfi-rn ; each selectman, so neglect- the said John Vinton, are required to cixhibit lie it enacted, Uc. That in cases wherein the of" [expCessing the port and district, and spe-
ing shall fbrfet and pay a sum not exceeding- the same, and all persons indebted to said estate arming of vessels for defence may be allowed cifying the day and yea" of the date in words
two hundred dollars, nor less than thirty dollars, are called upon to make payment to according to the laws of the U. States, it may at length.] Proszded, that additions or va'ia-
for any such neglect ; any of the forfeitures a- Elizabeth Vinton, Etxec'rx. he agreed on the part ofthecitizers of the U. tions may be made as shall appear proper its
any Circuit Cour rcommr byindcsmnt before 3ay r, 18i1. 8. in purauance of tis act, that ships or ves- particular cases for the better description of
ti r pc ti Cou ot-tof Com n Pleas o rs before ses by them owned shall sail in conm ert and be vessels onrarm atnents.
he espective Courts of Comm Pleas, for OTiCE iS hereby given that the associated for assistance andprote tion in anr y SmC 4 Aidn lit frrsui ,a, ete, hiit irs hIl
tne several Counties of Nanttcket, or Dukes' 1' Subscriber has been duly appointed Admin- voyage or voyages not contrary to law ie lawful for the resident of Ithe U S. to give
CoUty C hmonict ffeiture shall be to the use of istrator on the Estate of and during any time or times which may be directions as hIn opinion may be proper for
the Commonwealth. LOEA JOHNSON, designated by instrument of writing executed causing to he prepar-d a suflcieaht trumber of
.SECT. 8-Be it fir'teri enacted, That lateof Boston in tihe county of Suffolk, ma-riner, by thIe owners or their authorized ag'ents.-The forms of such documents, which shall be attest-
the assessors of those districts and plantations, deceased ;---and has taken upon himself that stipulations of the parties contained in such in- ed by the Secretary under seal of thie Depart-
where there may be no Selectmen, shall have the trust by giving bonds as the law directs ; and all strument may extend to thie equipment and meant of State, whlh proper hblainks tobe P li&a.
same powers and perform the same duties for the persons having demands upon the Estate of the force of the vessels respectively, tae relative by the collectors respectively, to .whom elr h
purposes of this act, as are herein given to, or same, and all persons iundebed he said te authority of te master-s d commanders, the sme shall be transmitud. eore ay such
required of Selectmen, and shall incurlike pen- are called upon to make payment to appointment of places and times of rendezvous document shall be furnishid for a ship or v,--
alties in case of neglect. Timothy JohnsOll n-draiksrator and p,:;iu,, the reguultuion of signals, the dhrec. eel, it shall be sealed and signed by the proper
SECT. 9-Be it jStrther enacted, That April/0 1812. tion ..i" r.; general course of the voyage collector, and countersig-red by the naval ofli-
this act shall be construed to extend to those or voyages, the orders to be observed in cer. And.the documents so furnished shall b.'
plantations act only, which shallned choose asto thosessors ew -il 'dicl /O cases of separation or danger, and the making transcribed in some proper book to be kept i for
plto assestons onthe public taxes which ch all be assessort RADFORD& READ, No 58, Corinhil, have of arrangements for conducting and Managing the purpose by the collector, who shall be en-
to assess the publirk taces, wheh thall be Set B this day published, the respective vessel as rmay be sotit effectut- titled to like fees ft-rihe same mrs for certificates
to suic santairs i the Tax act, next reced. Ail Essay Onl the Organick Diseases & al -or assistance in anv case of peril or iisfor- of registry. Pfreviridt alwate, itn di t.creal.
i ECT lO-Be it fsrvleer enacted, ThaI Lesioni of the Heart and Great Vsic/s.-Fron the tune andflor protecting all or any of them against Tlhat this act silall nos be counstrned to prevore
th C F, 10-e i n, Itinimena oct ed, Thaet ClinicalEecturesofJ. N. CORVIRSARTFirstPhy forcible seizure or annoyance. Proviided, That ships or vessels bound ifor any of the ports,
this act, Until anew appointment of Reprsenta.- sician ,- their Imperial and Royal Maj-sties : Hon. no such agreement or stipulation shall contra. places 1-i countries beyond the souihiern cape
lives among the several States, shall be made, orury Professor nf the School of Medicine of Paris, vene the instructions or orders which may be of Africa or America fronm going ai eed as lius
anrd lor the purpose of supplying any vacancy and ofthe Imperial Colege of France--Pubi.hed given by the Preisdent of the U. S. for prevent- : been usual in such cases, nor to affect any for-
or vacancies, w.lcr may happen in te Repre- under his inspection, by C. E. lIoreau, M. D.- ing any unlawful proceedings, and it cases eignarmed vessel lIhclhrv hr-irve been adrit.-
sentation of this Ccmmtmnweath in the Cong-ress Translated Irom the Frencl, with nmtes, by Jacob touching the rse oi any armameent or arms- ted as such w hiirn tht te,-i'i.orial ju.isdictio t
of the United Sitatc., which shall lma~e such ap. Gates, M. M. S. So i -ment the ma.wtrs 0r eotnan-ders o- vessels o the U. .

-ff-.. .- -- ment. CO.1iMEiWRB. -'*u. its .. --'-.-, +' ,i.- ,-r I'.-"r r RLPtTE L'-.
ed up toas the great c-n-'.r nen .rhe is- a,,i *., Federal. Pe
a States. Let the ,ri'i.. .,t-r nm. r." -ti-y G.;tI. Loss. ,A
J. ,-39' "C.c e StCOMMEaCLE,and tlhe UNION wll e Dli.'.:L,. on firs .pae,39 1
ED- Let us then hlI.J -f.Lt .-Ir Ct)1.17l1hI", Yorki, 0 0
S FOR THE rP.PF.k rt'P.Y that the Union mt.; h pl. Snec. V.' cl 'l r. hmnastown, 0 0
into a war with our parent country beCrause of Bristol, 3 0
""" tt'r TIV. her comes cir, *a./"-.,ia, and we -declared Warren, 1 0
.... .-. ourselves ir.,. p .r-nl :. .-n g other t reasons, Starks, 1 0
TTi'C'IZE TH .because she had cut off ourtrade with all parts 0 ]. ,fiId. 0 U
TOTH t.ClTl .,ZENS iOV TTTHB S of the world." Our rniinhal rulers have for.ma- Castle, 1 0
rr 7,eE.iL .T fMiSAuCHSE. TS ny years afificted us wi',h infinitely more gri'e'- Standish, 0 0
-'ar r,nd Revnue. *. ots oppressiohs 1 and now lifor a second time 1 Bridgeton, 0 0
The Frer.n-ch errpcerur,enraged with his broth- have cut off our trade with all parts of the Bgewer, 0 0
r itp r 'ri. t, .'.- ",i'r of Russia, because the i world. This cannot be endured. The remedy, ; Dartmouth,. 1 -0
'..11. i '1ll n' 'hui 1-1'- poe-ts against British cotn- I repeat, iA in your own hands. You have blit Dresden, 1. 0
trierce, ic-he ,s.luA. t i. xlusionef which from thee to cause your officers and representatives who Dartmouthli, 1 0
Purr,ie.n connirnent ind from the U. States, he ; approve and support these destructive measures, Union. 1 0
l,'p]e'.i will .ij;r. the Cfinrn.-". of G. Britain, crc. ",to return to private life." D ) this and you Waldotnoro, 1 0
S. ,i icinii-nta, :.nid ,i 1 'v..- is .r. ,n mblii.g an immense army riously influetjce,perh.i .q-, c-., the grcat quest. Sidyi'-;, 1 0
..t'leI N Ith,. ir, .rdd t in invarle the Russian do-1 tion ofpeace or war. it.-,-'' ott will soon be 'c..i-rr-, .1 0
Srrr-..i. i For this purpose ie is wnithdrasiing rid of a chief rbler vvh,- I. i. years has l.s- ,;, 0 0
i,,.rr, c f his trooaes frorr. Spain ; anr, certi inly honoured and- disgraced you, in the eyes ".I. nori. HE-. T'-. 3 .0O
-.inot sand 'hillier ieintorcimentrr. Besides, I our sister states. Yoiu retmemoert thie parable E.IID'jii'.WA i ',6 0
ste extreme searci'y nf ~riwin ian.i provisions in of Jotham, "when the trees went forth to a.
ipamn ill rei.,leri ilt ticult. if n,,t impossible, noint a king to reign over therfi." Th e fairest 62 1
i.-, fed nume-ro..it aIrnr, .a Under these circum- trees refused. This was hot your case. Neith-: "ye Federal Gain 65.
s,annres,iiothg canr, b,: a3', impoi, .ni i..Bon-parte 1 er the Olive Tree" world have withheld fo0m
a, to cu1t o :,fie v'asi upplle, lfr,,,li,ed by the U. you his fatness"-nor the T i.Tree his true, that .-
SIr ,ea tIn the Itri-ath.p.ni,h and P..ir'cu.tue i, er- sweetness," nor the" lie" his genet-aous fiice Tederalists last -,r-,bi .,
ie.a in Spain i.i l'.rtug,-.l, in ud.AitiI-, ti iLe "which cheereth) God and man." D'-c ,, -,s HF IL, voted wil t ., 1. ,,-, ,.
rnt' lat sti oltu Iren a rh -i I-hr pto believe u et HrLL, voted witi th'- ,id.i. ...
rlunde.di iand tholAaIti. oflhe Sp.r,,,h -,nJ Pr- persuadedyou to believe your present cl.-..ru- i o pisintment. ,,, n.... i--
5ugnese na ipitantSln (rr.cn. w.romen niid child.J') ler possessed of all those excellent 1l.,1 ,.i : decided i .ie.i >,-c., .
in the sat.poi L ..f thisc ki.gdurr,,, .1i,.3 for %, .-nt but experience has shown 'him l a misera- ias lost i n., -n .rj .AI I'
.9 our it-II sppl e', ms, ,si'tlr extr.-'-= dir- ble "bramble." Yoiur choice hli nrTow Yh leI on Drese haa chosen 3 feel
-r.,-s, or pcrI.h it i inhn t -is f-rinl sti.te ',f one that willyield"the peaceable fitrnt ofrht- tives, for the first time these I
-snges ',ut Mr Mdniln rcmrnmmenrdi tli. C-.i. eusness." But this goodly tree must bhe sup- of about 27.
.i'nss" joi0ty of about 27.
g -i, to l,.y a mn..-ial embarKgo He iveq nr, pored. Standing alone ii cannot shelter you e/Aorogh .has excbi
-,isaon for his relolrnmenl.tic.nn: n,1 he dare from the impending storm. To drop the gure Fiher for a moe moderate nge
-,. t ;re e te rwe one Rut ro urbih.qs.c.i nr..d -The welfare of the State-the, restoration Iof Fisher for a v oresm dl .e
now J. .ubt ihat tie ri.il imoi,ne in f,:.our comrserce with all its attendant blessings, and chosen toDavisepreseqt the oMr (
:1,e ni we of the Fi-r.:IL emrnperor. That Is- the PIACE of the UNION will depend onthe and Samuel Rtedinp s..n .r,.1
'R- ui'hdi member ei C'ongre--s from Vi g,r., ,I men you choose in May, to represent you in the
11r ri'trodiolrlh, rt.i the Hnulse, when actin-n on General Court :-Heaven direct and bless-y to Represent the t-o, t Vasc
-1,e embargo bill, that of hie ceita in knom- choice!
;, the 'rench tminiaterSerrurier,eser since TIMOTHY PICKERING. S..L.E. We look with
his arrir,l at the seat of o."trnment, at Was.h. prill18, 1812. tions to the election of Repri
ini ;-nor,. i1 been pressing oul' gone. r.ment to lem this -la .y1m z -

.-mie by this now embargo !-Fnr Gald ,tiks, TUESDA,.Y.-OR.jVV. MAY12, 1812. i- in vain for their ...
ay fellow.eitir.ens, pause fnd reflect I For yr.ir I, B- ito iperie open 6ath" I .-
rw nin.re'- Ind 1,frr ,s ull I..Clio you d eouhbst Id Lodoi nto actvl'e operate, Il e
h, hinthe 1.-" fiend <.t Napoleuitu m it this thing o'A T 1,.tST.FROJM vE VCJ.D. r'-presented by three gel rri,
Ch.nt ouhe an lndi<.- Npole s. m thi uth-n The ship Lapwing Wilcox arrived below last ,: 1._ j ila ,: -rust ,ill .t,
C e' te o ferenc e e(perour bTheIn- Ievening, la 28 days from Portsmpouth, by which ,, A.'; ,,,,. .
--,,itr rusleri Lo the mnot rutlerr t r n, t"e have recein ed ae le T,1 'London papers to the .. .._ _._
,ritmoiU Cnquerorlhe mnatrrufhlet rInt, 9rh uli ..
th-t, ir.ce the dlk g"s, has been let luose to i ,has ai n the cup of degrada- I [ Iii
sC-urgre the world .r. .a.mpi., at,, 1. res She has slip- a a r
What is to succeed the embargo I tr- til tan.id btrieay tir o fli deh l Shte has 4.... & The Fel.r l ..publ.aiu o
Rut we are unprtpared We hqie nepher ar 11ie h. rea l o-Ai the Kingi has i' ued n ed '.c-i, 1, 01 Jlit 1 ,
my nr navy, of any account '" Tr te. But that can 4)I, A-.J the King has issued new clock, a
vlill net present a war. Mr Cheeves. an bon- de to e h co mental system, agreeing tn a I- r .
orable.mnerbrom South Carolna. his Rsu i brisi klaugmenting her atary in the L,,..,l .
-,rlhe rer, Lons must pr,.t.cct their .o' n pro. ,e. We se %ry little I-.ui.a as to ensuitn; .Jay A r, l a..i ,p
fptrty-ithe government cann,..t pro',et 'her, The ..f is requested.
b, lke Tnur..ce, (as I said l.rt year) the indii '. T 1.1 Banio is expected soon to be an- At i. r f deptat;i
u1l kiat ., must poTect the.msel'. ea ithe n...n.d I nour,l in-England.- The French have recent- IVards i l...,.'-,.. ,-.l.,
as1 i ..err.n- naseion protlLt tlm. ly m. de some impotent attempts to bombard Co ,lf on L, i.,,,. ., A.-
Iui I h ,' r:inirked, 1 !sat io our ruleras i in i,. .: 1 it. I T'.:-1. ,.. I.
.'rr is indispenible : brausewtho rthethot wuch rscit., .. h_. ,11 .mentionedwit..h,,...muc
ra.naoIt orlrow money." It is more th.n y a.r I :.e ;in'b t i r..', e ( ,, editors.s ,li t *-. t er r-
lc Cnges (. the Fren, h kn,.,t .but h aiet ti i e e at Best \ e' e,,
our ritcks) passel a I-.' pr,.hibiti .l ir;mprt r- avig captu ed three l vessels.:.,I .. .
t.attons If.",Tn the Batiih duminiinni l 'IhoI i FROIM CORK. '\ li irir ii.. i, nIl
.rotiiatiornsi usdJ to be the great snuice of' o.t r 'theship Aiti.r-,..t Crafts, ;- here -es- .lo alor, l. 11 Hiiine. l.
teveon' e. I li. is lost The embargo Ciiit oiL terday ili 26 i i0 ...m Cork, ..i, g- Lond pa- ci.ja 11ii I.,- i -.11,
l1l thr rest-'lihe goirernment propose :o b-ar. pers to April 4th, Ccork to the 8tb, not so late '.h ,rh b-.- -. f,.:
row, tor ihe se. ices of the present ear, elev- as the Lapwing. No N-ws. '.Tia n \. I ,r.'i ,, i .
vn millions, ol'doll-rs. Ni ain of common pri. .-.-- lInri h'..u,'r-'.,i, ...1
den.-e vill lend. rlci, Ionds are prrionjdej d c. mmT f -i {ri. .: .I
pled.td for ilie regular p mn.rni 'ct 'ie interestl JR PICKL'RlJAW sL.TETTERS. -i .1, P- I', r,
,rnd the redkcF,ption of the principaJ Exrcelt- V. insert, this day, the Fourth and last let- I .- -.o I I
i-,g ,f incut .ider.hle ira (a few hundred thot-. ter of Mr PrKEaTenas, andi ailcerely regret. Vir II lr.,' ,., I
..... :-. '-".. ,-- -....- W estoein l .sIt n f .Tthe 1..i we have oas hand. Wl Ve ob- i hi.'a.n (ii. rr, r.,,
,.nt.,.thegovernis, nt have no fnnds to pledge serve, With.pleasue, that thelealingpapers in .nI h j H., r,t, in
nill .,,eSt revenues 'have been levied on conm. the Union are spreading his remarks among l. I. r, .1,,
rtr.-e, which by thi ir own MneAsuies arre nrow to t-' pe.pl e r *P h e. r.; ,.in ,n w, a'. le -.N;h S .,r,!,.r, '.n h .Ine". Si
ei. ,-. A land T'n.8 t,,mp Ai t..- Exc,,e o s n.j 1 11. le .l e Y, ,. ,i lli n re-.l r, b) ,hr ""i.-.i n -d.,-al|, '.,,-, ,1, e
o her inirnai ts. es laid. oer-use judJgete irdi,,l. tary operations of hs olnn mid, to the cor ,.. es ,, ( h
r,..-n.-sblr netes.prv tder [the '..d,r-.l'..dmins. sions of the author. Henry S -;.- .,
0,.,.ii.nt uU gene-ral gao ernmenii, 'tosu ,,i .. ll.i W illiat,. H cri., i.i
het Ilurtllietathr r, upon it, I, pio;,Jing to- Relf's Philadelphia Gazette contains an arti- .A., ,ne, |.
ithe paymeYit of the Isrge debts of our r'e.,lu- cle, intimating that it is expected at Washing- Thomas Barry. JoI
tion r, war-a.in Ind;an wag which followed it, toon, that the Hornet will bring such infcrnma- -
Smi.tes a mi.iliiiud.-, 1t' oilier expen,-... -,,1 fi tion from Franee, as wll ind,,-e ,i-,r .,-r..r I' iH.ODLI.NL.9.VH hs nm
,NAI na'.' 1t.r v t'h F-n.,,-e, forcfd up,.n u mea"t, eitlhterto take an atlilud." wthiI Ieg,,d n the last ye-ar. Tie fedeI
btL.ori n.uStic, n..rr,#. partacej, .,deks to Napoleon, or put both ellrc on th Legislature is Nineteen w
and orde.dt, to d1irel. ,r / ,t/,, tle '/..aolr ,I footing they were, before the Non-iportationure is Nin n ; WI
tne ,.rn oer,:ofource.uunitr: theinternal lea, was revived against England.
I a.y, which utdJer lthe federal ..drninistratio.n We believe Mr Relf has anho, it' for his re+- h. t i .- e
were l ,id l tr ihnose iidren.blb. ,rp.,Ope.- mark ; but we cnnc.t leatni t'r,m ..nv, person of es'te, that
were renidred dious to tl a r,.fl e b t, I .p any party from t as.hington, th,, ary distinct- port from .. Isnd, ha
-rnar.-n ond lheit' i1 tI fie p:rsiv then's, nmno,. ^views as to the future, are entertained by the from M-r. t- ,i tI, admitted
., but li.-'lh now iute: I 1i- ~t,.,r. ;a end %Le Admi-nistration. Our belief and our conviction 1soi sN! New-York
pr'r,paul Cer;ne un.t b) tmen., ,, .ertr, tr. t..t is, that let what may take place, it will be-a Possession has been take
:ldr.,la1.na,rit E,,Iv after Mir J.ti.son rob. darling object to fasten the commercial reastrz- 'by united States Troops ; a.
tamere the Pirtsi.leni' chair, all Ih.,e internal ison system upon us. .)y democratiC. papers haTve aonn
i-lte, were rcr-c+ ld .I -u it.l tir -ipeit.-ied re-. eentaii disavowed the act,
pel and their .. ri-al repeat, picsreJd :r,,i le-, The Chronicle comes out in bold ml nchuaa-e, ,. i, that td vowed the ,
a viest lund rfpr-pl.i.ry. Will,. he ame vi.S exprr.snyn- ,ist.-ct;onr that the Federahsis have spiders that Island incoitpor:
,e recommn...r,,1-. tU,e irpefal ,thficlu-, ,In .-li not b.cr .ricdi for government, and threaten- F,- ;. it prest:r.j .Mr. ', ,ll
The .ar rhclore, ,i, l.rdolph nm ved tir it re ingthlcrn itit iout mir,.ing thue matter', .i* l- a 'int.: ti.. ,,lm,,.'. rf1 iptng t
pe.al, ,ind fClted. Ye't rn recun lor ,t. repeal loan ifom them b)y ORU? -,.,t i.-,-se, wi% lha g tt, or .:,f ;,d,.i, '.-..
eB istled ili ane case .m1 ore uinr thr e other. Here h..*" prol',:rit, avid do n-it '.ho.o e lt. gli.e it up e,:,.z-i.s .re ,.'i,iej I ;r -i
ou ese- tle ditOrernce in influeneeof ain havouin a- tontair, lshmil hLe robbed aid .l,/dred b3 os superior claims. Isa ]n-
ing at, C-tiCrbuite p.,tianage -l, ij fliess and other the strotig arm of government, In such a attached to the Uited.l -,i .t
piblick hen(fi a to eL.teusi, aid al another matn eatse, in this yet Virtuonta community, we yen- authority, does the Secret
hho hbad none. tiCre to say the strong arm of government bonds, goods from. Great Br
Well, as the grerrnmernt by their own uiwise aI uIJ tbe pal.ie l in the attempt. the laws of the land: T*,. C
and unwarrarinable- acts, base deprived them.- i -l .i the -r: ca,,--ir. .,
Aelv.s of commern.ll revenues, u hLt is to Le The r Mem ori, from th e Boston Merahants is ,. ,.T .t i, i -.i .
-dcoe P Money must be had 1 he' would bor. an import rt U.,rment; and should have been t of the most extraordiin
row : but folly only will induce i.,s one to lend, in'*etced th, d ,y, it we could have found room. ti.story. Mri. ;11 rn ,. t'
-r.thout funds pledged to pay ara redeem the 1i nrthinl ,.i u-npected consequence prevent the act himself ,. ,- r,,,.
principal arid m'n.r'st n -i 'e cf s peace they s e 'ill a epnl-I i it in our tnexit. treascry-the ill success ofi
darm. not lay any internal taxeli-it ,,ll harard intent of the owner of the g
their popularity. They ha-e found a remedy, '. SUGAR PLUM. tration-and the system c
-Ih hev ba.e made a law impt-sing land tax- The friends of our supereminerit" Gover- Washington, we must stp
ei., a stamp act. excises, a salt tax &ke, $.r n.-ur, are aimi,,sit-in,.r 4 c,,,i ,li -t, his disap granted in this especial case
,cat to e 4biaud tIul war ritev ftlace. The p',rlment in ,a n"- .m ,' !Jdaio, by the to native citizens. With ec
aoo.ner mheretuie a w.r takes place ,'the soon- cZs odhid ...,u,im.,r,ved.lth, ri.! rosehim regiment of troops obtain e
er they 11 obtain reeniue : and that reven- as ace dwdidate fir Ice Predent ofhe Ur..Stes d'vs, might Mr. Gallatin
,e ma, enable them to borr,.n :ro>,ey.-To in. We hope His Excellenecy will succeed sooner of goods deposited tl.-e. -
dur e uC- p.'or.l to take ile tter pill, they than he'5id in gainTing the chair of this Com- treasury measure, its ti, a,
hre aegal ed ,t ore. it, a pr.,,nse that these monwealth, although hls success i, our opinion, tu de of'{ pte t
taxes shall Fe a.bolasl,ed in one er ater the will be all my eye, ard Tommy." t rpi t es tate prtn acri
end of the war. Such men ,s arc- c.,prble of .. disregard of the rights of
reflection and cak.ulation r,,knw that this will Democratick Groaning m1 the State of honour ofthe ... :.',i..,, ,.
be impossible. The w.r enrce begun will con-i Vvesw.Tok 'i. -
tir, i/le, PEOPLE t,,ibe.zir n, t>,l marty years i The re.pu hlican column of the state of New- -wf'ij
-Ba long as lh- war bcti.enr Bonap.rte antd G. Totrk is now prostrate in the dust. The breath It is \h;spe.-. in 3ritiH a,, hunts will be at lfeast as long as he of the people has withered it, if has fallen, arid intton, that the Presidenti
lies ; and be is runw un the p ime ui life, and its scattered fragments, frum Long Island to clamation.on the 4th of' Ju
o .mbitHtinr.n wui.:h nothif aIhor.t ot tlieconuest "Gen'iSce, f ihe mindof the patriot with pain. duction of Can-di. w--h e
of ile globe will slal,!y. 'utr tg tl,- war, with iul retrupects gnd melanchollypresages. by ours taTe Ilg ,-l.,ti,,-,
Great Bruiast, our conurtierce vil be amibl .t- / .. i---- Alb ,". L-. ministers at all the foreoinr
eG. N'o I.-er ue thc-n can be dta'n from tltat | ,;L.l.... ;.r .l.",. *"" ~ *- *,-**--
source. B. it.y taea money must be raised to' FROM TitE BN I.IStz-- Otn the 6th inst- theSno.
slulporit lthe V'r, and to mrianuain y'u.ir go'ern- Etraet--To Tai E'Etroi.-.-fr'om"Wash'ligeton, eight inches on a level, the
ment Wt dl-liir.gton for making laws piegr.ant ." pri..'i, a.. hId t days previous haid' beee un
mth rl .iachltle, distress, and ruhi. I was withthe Pesid.k-,. on Satirnay. after ground much frozen.
Such.f telloir citizens, isyour prospect. )trust the death of the adjourning ie-oauiion, when ---
you will rent endure it. The remedy is .in your the communication of the event produced froiu Col. Alexander Macamb
own hands. Cu-.e y,,,- unwise and unfaithfi4l him, avivacity thut exire-sed more, to'the con- .eers, is, we understand, ap]
rucrle "to retur,. ti. pi.vae life." fii is a, victioius of all present, than he could, verbally in eral of the a-mies of t he t
a nple, eay remedri -the remedy prescribed by an hour. '
ehe Constitut' n "l a.r Conaabonwealth From these facts, I think you will conclude Tin..mqiri
Massgachusetta i, rh.- m,,t commercial state with me, we shall have war. The time must The lovers of 1 hI s :a
it the um ion. Cult.iERE (in connection dependon circinstanceg prec..ded however by serve, by lie nooticeih ti ; a
with the 6sheties, snd both witb ajcuieulture letters of aswque, &c not o..l, necessary, but" + ,,C, +^ncil,. "..... .-.

and the mcini, k ats) isour We cannot reqIuisite a 'ood to .lige&tpendng o'hcr Prjpr". ied t on our Theatre on We
exist, bet hin.wier, wittit-ot CE MRRCE,.. T' actions It Is ,not cni,el, ce i tii that, that rod It s saidto lave cited
at.hi CaM MRECE, to give it SECUITTY, may riot. be applied 10cto, anoe, unless intelli- don, and we understand'
t,-.d nain f., nint a bounilul RF. ENUE, ere gence be perfectly Matisfactory on the arrival of expensehave been employee
prImay obhjest in terming,% national govera- the HorSet?' effect on our board


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0 :

". 1oUS.r -.- I ESDAY,AoAR lr5.
-Mr. ,White presented a petition from .Messrs
Sa'rtis, rre-,heitl.tcl, of Baostun, stating that a brig
owned :- them, b.-unJ to. Cidii, had been scut.
tied and SUNK in March last by two French
'r-.teeti, .hlaih sailed from Na.itz in J nctary,
ari prj..)ng relef lnim Congress. ReferredJ to
Sbhe Secretary uof late "
AMr Torrer presented a petition from the own-
er ol a Pi'!.nd schooner, which was condemn-.
ed in Chlirleston for a breach of the lawt pro.
hb.iing rhe importation of slates, and prayirng
relief. Referred to the committee otcommer-c_
and m.nturaelurea.
]N W-'F'5l MAY 9
S mrthiyg nitew and ustpextcted.-'t is stated in
a Letter frmm Alexandria, that a Democr.ti,:k
Senator of the -United States' observed, that itf
it .iouldt appear, on the arrivat6f the IIurnet,,
'lItstlle French Decrets were still in op0ert;G-n,
t .t our government would immodi-tly i declare
niti .guiinsa Prince [Then, a ir with Franrte
'We s-al. hIve-fur the French De.crees ha3e n,,t,'
rI u ill they be iccinded.
A( A.. TM.3Pr. MAY 2.
Y i / ea n.,.ks o-r a lo-.i .. 311 ..,i ) iO'.i,

S.' v' ,'.. e -n open ti, u, A ti a chI-c ti is
.-f '. l -.0" I.. erc u.-', J n h. city.
I i *'+..- A i. p A rn Itl. tAT, 4.
t, ,' .' ." Of the losn ,,lti.... I t 2 a I l ect u' Con.
"". .rc'o gi'r nl c gress fI'r ounir. -a'g i I i,"i"i i.,I0 dollars, be.
..' t cen fie and I, h.indred thousand dollars
eral Representa- 'e -'.en tal': n, It ., said, in ths district-
6 ear, bya m- !'the irA ofil,, tin sub,.,ibed 100o,.
000 each, b.erald.

I the furious Mr.
.1,,. ^'-- P ,'-.-n's oldine. su.Oiicriptl,-n pa-
eopgie Crosby aree pens for.the Consitutionalist, are- requested to
.- if ,.-a.it (L e) return them, or the nimes of :he si.bscribers,
tsa Loo" L I to the Editor, in Exeter, (A,11.) imtme..iately
silbooo Gentlemen disposed to extend the spirit of
sober enquiry" by the di pleasing anticipa-' WASriNGTO IAN A principles are respectfully
esentatives-in Sa- q,,,sicid tr, aird the un.ler king.
I h r ,-1 -'. I D)llr, per ea r Subseripltons
t n ro i t reci,- a hte B-,,,k'tu., WA C. l m, Nj.S,

-, and s'1 r mTug, '' .,, -. /'. V ',-uberr i na .'e ,./# "isPRAi-s ,
"an renil', untsLi .Iy,,- ',. anid Vermrin, are re seJtred !a. i-.
af ,i1 hiul [i l.ti-nh 's r-- {ai "i .'

nIi ,,r o ni ho.._:' ; ,l'-.0 ,d av, d, ill p.peis frno Ulhich we
h.-'ve rr.-etvc e ner s)llable of imporince

5-._ ri r r v-Th fe anapera lilt onf Pr'Iaea

r -.'.si nr, lti mn t. li .nk n In ai hii en .Mlfaru ,en ml alte,'. is re.
'N I'a.: l.i.lfpIar p t-ji.I *da,n.' m..y be se.n gratis at KrooDa'd
,' te l|.....se -'f L,,tter Ofi. e, Nu 9, Market.Squ.are
t. repr. p cE nv the ir.i r
..r.itIcd on HL .i VPI'fR--A--.s I'hilad. Mr. Natluileu H.
ar l atliiI-inceo P..-I, f',-rinerly of Lhirnwnj to MI:s El.hn Le-
min,, of the forinor place A anrr timra since., in
a I..,,iin I,,_ r-ier tlsd woed., ear I'lftsbtierugh, Chatham (-uunty,
1 wi the Exchansge- }J C Mfr. Jah KRicker&, aged1 8, to Misa Ann
i tiian. ;7 The m,'ment after trh knot ws lti-
'.. I L" ed The fsridegroom mi untuted his hoc-c, rode off,
e r..-.....l-rdl .I io arDI ha no ,inca been heard of, Iriving the hibrie
1:.... .7i. I' r.. I e the l,ieemnj,,ment uf trhe honcf.uumoon FN b.
II. T ih.trl .Z. Mnr R was : h;'rd substitute in hi* business,
A1.1I .' i[.' f':r nch he rccived j:xky dollars and a pai eof
.i1;.11.ltine, 1, \ .p u ,
~.I-,n,,- Id ti ,own, Mtr Benjamin Goldlhwalle, of
S' A' ii I airfield to Mi s Bet-y Barrett. Mr. Amos
i .i 1.. rar t i.f in,.r t.i u n, to Miss H1anrnih Brown, of
1 ': .' z.-, iv :- u sl'iOr'iO. Ui'. i M e I
I'I,- r r" .l .' In 'l.as town lst ev-rn;ng, by rhe eRtv D." V.l-
,hb .r .. ;.,r, 1!,.,, M,- RINbert EIA eIl mer. to Miss MN Jr Jernks,
,, .. i, h .,r th, p'.r.
,. 1 I. 1 F ... . .. ...-

-h. rdl Ia,-I i
. r el cl;.;.,
j; r CGd:. .riC.
'.i'. a.m i-"1i IC,,
rti'htl .J P'r.' ..:' .t,
muel Shaw,

t-pr 1 .1,
, :11-.; Hil-n. ,,
lsuph Pierce,
shua Ellis,

lftDib--Al l-jaiaa L'rpt. Ol.:di (; fdner, of
IJnrtu.lt. .*-t (;rnillc, N C !Mr. Jo eph
I. r)% m ,'.1 ^.>t t)\ h 1.ri.(k S- tic w.1, irfnI-1
b a r.I-r,., .c I. 3 I 'ci In C.i 1 h hI. aX., trick
I',tl n n it i a nr I ill-', ion ,-i l i a (Te -'r l;,
ra di d t ] i i rr1 Iti "- t.,.,i orin : 1, .tL c
and c u; i I i..,' :.,i It. h ,iT .., .r :; .t ie'il, ih l h.e
of them committed to prison. in South Carolina,
Mrs. kobins, having 'eei murdered in her bed-
her husband (wlih Ias been cti apprehended on suspi-
cloo) slept i,n il, *a .re .oi n11, on a separate bed,
and in the niaui.rg ditcueved sihe was dead, her
head and i..:1.; Iving be.in iildijali manpled
within axe. At ,, fT -li ,'I, by filing from
the mast head of chr.r Wessaweskcai of Pnrt-

uchitro-ed with- mouth, Mr. Johin -inpleitu, of Elio, I Il'I 1 At
uchimrovedit- New-Castle, ('Ae 1 Mr. Hen.ry Br.aaionb, 1;.-
al mi,,-It in the At Portsmouth, 'a iri. kithard S.tlltc, cj.. Ai
lole number 72. West- stockbriit. Mr. [er.j. l.ewi 3j At
Si'., n.i er, M r. FT nny W illian 2, 2. :"., M al.-
fi-.nn, PhiladeIphiia ren. oan Saturdar latl. M, T hoiam Hunt, P. At
6-m Pladelph ia iil. Capt. Ari.iuh tbial.il.l saed4i : Iie
-. arrived atithat master of the necn, Ma -a. e, or Pit mr.uth. M. i:
ie been, by orders Inth s town%, % i N h11.. .el iHeitn, I XX\, in
to entry WITriOUTr offer t.f ce t I..lti'-..,, and an honest, worthy
k Evening Post. .:-itcne-Mr1 H srirtn, wife of Mr. George W
.G .I1Tna aiv, ;,
n of Amelia Island OCp Sunday in.-rrinAc, Mr. Samuel Beals,mrnason, i
nd although several 215-funeral Thiy ctrn..-:.n at 3 o'clock -triends
bounced that govern- -'d, r 'eia-, na' -eiucted to attend without a more
we On ei i, after a- shnrt ill ne-s, M-rs. Eliza-
i'the Treasury con- beth, w-leo. ti.h D .-rit, 37. F'unerAl this
ated into the ln;on. iftin.,n, at 5 %1.'l.ck, Irorn the head of Col.
AI,, 'i ,:.-i.] not as- MNy's whrit-f i end, and relations are requested
tl.,- I,. ir, r~.,rtation to attend, with' ut fi- rtf n. a ici.
T ha.. a, h .iiaands rf ,
t r .S1, A'ingTI.-, i Ta T -i.r-r ied.iin ...- 4..,. inu an Arnirimr, N.
ml ;', h.ci' ni,-',i'ed H .I 1-ti It- ui -v.,i i slm ,i,,rt I ever, sirice the ;lth
.l .-.,n, ,:red ot feb.- .i- ;.i na. in ithe s i. l -lhe lever
I ri" ..[i, I 'T hat was aba'int, hi the last ....nur :.
tary admit, without _
itain, in violation of
oovemient thas not repertory Ship News.
.f the conquered Is- -
is it disavowed an .PORT7 OF BOSTO'O.--JRRIVEl.
ary character in our FRLDA Y, M,y %, ar. brig Tri to, Colasaset
l-r.'.r,:,alc,.i.-,ni sclrs. Pac:c-t, Wardwell, Castine'; Ecoiinmy,
r,,s, rh, exihaiailei Garland, Salem ; Defiance, Perkins, Penobscot;
theloanr-theattach- Little-Pollt, Oliver, Bath ; Sally, Chapman,
eods to the adminisa Saco ; Sus&innah, Pieble Bath ; William, Stove,
ods to the admini- Newburyport.
if marnmuvering at SATU 1DAY, May 0, Franlin, Gr*en, French-
pose dispensation is man's Bay ; .soopi Ten-Sister., Hailett, Plym-
-, when it is refused outith
uial justice, should ac SUNDAY, May 10, Concord, Duckley, New-
possession of St. An. York ; Pets), Atwood, Albany ; Atlantick, Bay-
autli ,- t ii- -ni' ley, N. K.ingston k k4ng-$tates, Robinson, N.
S York.
I h. ibi"a,i.3 oi'this Capt Atwood came out of Holmes' Hole,. on
it i.i5ice, and `hI) Thursday, in co. Withabout 15sail from the south-
e .. ni Ointa- rh it .ward, among which, ship Sally, from N. V rk ;
i tg it '.. a 'ant.-.in Ticonick, from savannah.
thet cittz.i, and lI.,' 4A/h -brig Golial, from N. York.
S^-a-brig Madison, Homer, Cape Good Hope,
103 days, and irt. Helena, 72-vessels left before
aailB- rej.onced Spoke, 7th int. schr. Rebecca, Smith,
ist c irs n ; 41 dl'y from Cortnna, for Boston, and parted co.
sto declare by pro. MONDAY, May II, er. brig Comet, Bond, 48
ly, the complete re- days from Pernambuco, with sugar, tustick and
veti is to beechoe(r indigo, to aindry merchants; left, March 2i',slip
ti insisted on by outr John, Boardman, o'f Salem, from .- rchar.-el lfor
courts. St. -A, ,i.' saiil i.th March; b-'g, Piig .a-,
P ear. i-i.i do 'th ; brig America, Hight,
_;- .a .. v.. Boston, Isle of France, 191th, hav*ing'sprung aeak
fell in Augusta (Me) a few days out, and pult in to repair ; shrp En-
e weather for several deavuur, P crer-, anlem, l'Itli; hr I ,n Gall,
usUAlly cold and the Philad. I',; -. Freelive, Holden, Baltimore,
un e -t.i,. .., r ..r lar. 1 hip T ,ion, r,f and
for '.-ain .1 r i, i .i i. ;i 01 )., Joseph
of the U. S. Engin- Hall and Mr. Tracy nii .i.. Ii, C ia,
f theU.S. Egn Percivl, P'hilad. troni. ,,, .1a-Il .A!tri 1,, not
pointed adjutant-gen, solr- ; sclir. SvIvia, Iiui .. r- *.r. 1 -ic i
United States. ed 12th M-%rcli for Rio Real ; brig C ,ii -,. Page,
Salern, Gibraltar, with wine, sailed 15th March
qy. for Maranham; to return and take a cargo home. -
M o arkers, flour I 1a5 itill-reis ; rice, 0 a 2 do;
I A ..... vill ob- gin 14u do. per pipe, white and 1st prof; t- wine,
paper, (hat an enter- red Catalonia, it gocd, tOU a l 1i't curdrag, 1 a
kail, is to.he exihib- I4do. Spot **A L ,,it 16, lat.25 lcrg ,6, & wa-
ednesday Evetegn--- beardse-- by :L e R-r 1.], frip.'te Satire,. and treated
puch applause in Ln. polite'y, witliout I41vinAg his protections or loll of
great exertions and I ". e.- ,e;%,i i t-'ra (-. f s.ie, spoke a
d` to.'ive i: brilliant eIt oia r a'.th m Jcr-atn~cd from Jamaica bound
A'g- to London.
A,'o- sloop ophia, aandy,16days from Svara.

h, with cto H ardd ri,-e, r eji
oop Ellii, Windsor, Duxui,, .,,... ieto
apt ; ship Caiumet, N. Yori. : b.. .et.y,C .trd-,
er, 18 days flim Balimore,wiilt It, anidbrandy,
Gardner & Downer arind ..lit r.
Al e--sloop Pythageri., Iacon, Bristol, R.,X.
ith mtvolas.cs, to J. rta'kei & Sons. .
.,o--Slocp MaaCett, aL. .nlin. 4 days from'
alil'.x, in b.illast to Jose..ih Locke. Left from.
5 to 20 sqil nil'Americans amToing them sch'r.
imble, Graint; Betsey, Per r) both lfam Wil.
uington : brig Fur, Smilh ; sihr Cirnline, fi-
i Bedford, I:. slilcd for Litonr ; sct.r Bellolta,
liggins, sailed 10 'da) before lor M11 Desei:.
r small sclr fr N. C-.rhinl. had a.irire.: and sail.
!d fir it JohntB ; schr Pnll,, Becker, and schr
,Crowell, b.'.th tfr L C.CJd, sailed 2 dany be-
ore Spoke nu'.hni. FIc.u 12 ? -C)rn I 1.
.qfIr-schr rtebecci, Smitll, ;6 l yp from Co-
inn ., i ba.ll.st to Mtoers Elli t. I'l...mps.in.
Veasels left before rrpc.rt.J Sp. ke .\p.ii 16
at .-12. Ion 40, hp Oritnt, Spe-r.c r, 39 J.,.isr.
I York, for Lisbon ; ApI 24 l i:tl -," I.,r, 3. 1, ,
chr 11 dgys ,r'm M.ir.l--'htid for i arid U13 in.
.fti-a--Shilp sull) N ouLai, t- C. Co.ultdb
nd Co.
A'.s.-ar ch Da.'"rr i, C r. Well, 15 days ft Alkx.
xan Iirs, ,th fl.irI t. Jo e| ie L.ckle ,rid Ja.eph
'alkcr : :chi. .(adic, HlIe'. I Lf. m anwit
l.oui, ti '\ mT. La :d ; shr F:e1: A.I'ert, Fhilad.
in lan ti...ur, 1.to tier -Card.,er .--s hr --, icrIt -"
ich, I from Wj, liiirtln, !J C t. nlh c.nir and
ar, to cpt ; ,chr hP ii,..ihr. l'ers,. If days
iut Bau IllnI. 'e ; ,clt i UCi.ace', ', ..rJa., BIltIcil,
R. I ; iloI. LUnion. Ga.rdir, Iajlhi.
,dl. hip Arg. ri, r iair,..Cort,.G. .... Let,
hip I iverpool Packer, Ri I., of Wiica.:et, i...r
lo. in li ; brig t',i..n, Stei 'e B3o.ron, reedy ;
ihg Paulina. Gir ,, iincerrain ; .hip CMutubir.e,
Ic-ries, Corrteniiiarg, reily ; sthp Ic-'.olutic.n. jew-
etr. isle,.t ". 1, :ime di.,y : ship,' h m ., oft tiw .
bur)p.Ir, Irom 'T. M iry. lir' Lciilor., in di tre-..
le, v ; 'hip J l.sin, (, l Igg ir Liverpi ..I. vigi -
tound ; r.ip Anni.qiair, Foilarber, r-.m t'ew-
VYor, lf.r Bor-l.n, cl.y I.fr:.e. Ship ..ilyanr.
Hoinie.., at I.iveirlOOia ready I?th Arpil. i 1i.
Frl.ncis, IfrPhirl l lisic a d a D.'i"- At Liv-
erpuol, ship Madrcallui-, ta..id BriE Pltc.x.
Hirchi.-g t.r Listr.r, week. before ---prke;p ,
pli'.1 lIt. 2*, I-rn -.l hip t'rmona. 1 ri-y. f'r.
Philad to, Live'rp ul ., liri I, t. h -is. ., loog ti.
M rv' &" f.ii I'.d,ws' f.oni N Yorhr f.-r i.n.
*, ?lp Lari n i-, capt. Wilei;,l" 1i 1h. '25
da' s fion Prr',sm.'ith, hnuiid to Anlini.!'lini
J,'ao, t!..Tiattlle,, Atwood, 1 .nla5s f1or-i
the Bar (% ihnrinizigt ), iarr fi pinch, it, \slaes &
Bel-I--lefti sch Fr.nd h1-., Itdcr ; lrg' Wil.
am, ot BarBgor, i. Iihl..i'-hJ ; aI iRevorlu.
t'un, Lincilno; flum ngII.an ,i i: f:l.o.a,--
orf F:,lrnioh ; Sa.IJ fiorri lihe tirr.in1 ( iAih
hrig MI Vernin, elter, for lsaiport icb r
Wendell, 'iEeks. f. Pt.ilai.!lrila sch Cent,-
rinn Stoddrtr, lor 'Boston, spc ke r.othing, hut
v as tfira rep-'rted.
.,4w--, Lbri;,. and as:eis-c.ne the bri g Ro-
ver, fioa i.Ldenton.
From Halit'.x Pa'esi _t avy 7, received at llii-
offae-Aputl '., cl. Lleanor, A .i,.s, U-. St.iie.
Smterrd. g.hr. Pjlly, [laker, H,.stln. May 1,1 n-
tel f, Miyflotwer. Boator l Mi.y e, -ir. chr. Hir.t-
et, rnm Sab't- l.,nd. The Hunter let: .nb e-lsi-
and on ihe6ltli i Part c. ,h? ,evr.lr. of a -hip,
(Darmiscuott, c.I li,st.i, rapt Do.Kendarf,) SOiu.e
dpar &c. 0f brig, a, chr. and a hilltop, ntric
driven orn rtiie there during he Inteit ; lbar
nothing fuitht v.a.. t.nard of the r'"e.: C .... '

F om I LO, '.. 11.T.- A r;il receive. ths
office~-T-ei-inp. f.ui Nl. Y rK Y II.J l.rdi-u'6% i9
sent it., J, rie C..rn-esenn,f i c i, Cere C.i-
le erne, C aiils:t--r.r ; AlCeYa cr H niltl.:., mltn,
R io lncin. P:.riti,.auth, ar Pconiun., u e '.i.k
Ca-liari ; Q-icebeck Pa:iiet, siall-, P.itras. D.irt-
mouth,a r. I-lnrny, Iarneii. N. Pl'un. ick, Eli-
Za, Hiitlpetl, N li.r .. l. ,erp,-u I, ar. C.,ro';ipe.
Me.%r.'ir., t l i.: ...n ; ,arm a, l Y 'r ; h 1
lip. buig, W ,Ii,C i.irte tiii Lork. Felr ., r.
'orlk Kiniale, ir t l N ., Tr-'.ier,Srrivrra
U'ITOVTH, AP', --C;.r ei in a v.iiu-ble A-
nrer ca iurp, fr.im ;rNe. i"ik to -0 for.eau.'u, b14th
cnffeet& i,.digo, derion'ne ; sen itn b) the A ', 4.

Arrived .it Newlu.i oi.i he btl in-r. brie M N'-
,a'uir. 'o...L ." I,,n.-n. rnt l-'1 r -' el i- .
biig Laiiia, P i for hiiln O n; -o..i it i.h f.rnjur
',rong oft'PI-.. ii.ns I)r C ce Vet'- Le l,
bre .etru y-J,.k, t.,o lr, 'fSzlpi i-.r t. .besa, in
Capr. -f, icm 'ilr'nlr.vt n, lefn s Iltdine, bhr,
errre& fsii-nmah.- lf,-i"r^r .h S. ,r,,- ., r .
l't.i fr V'ort.,l, brqtIIj~ro t arr. ; ci, r. '.CIV-I..-
3hiah, Hall, lorn i...tr-n Sprn.e, I' In t. hd.
40, ojrF. .J', a Jar hi-.n, 5r lburti flr P.--ian.
Itrig -f H tir n, i.,igr iJi.,rn 1 da), tfrm L..o n ;
and schr R t.iii r- oilt. r., P. riani, .arri ed at
Clirle ton; -.li tullt Cl:arre, Ana & EuSan,
"e.%pcolr, P. I
[it g L'It.., Lih,. t,-rnm Br ir nrr. at PLil.i.4.
5th in t -Al'.j 'i. tr ,lnity, l,'.rt' Kencn i.,nk.
frig Venu Bl'van, If da.y fo sol.i. b..tro.. .iiv-
ed atcinsjnnjl. -.'id uli
S lo'-ip Fioilnd hip, D,.c'crndurl of -a.tij orl,
cleared at Phtila ;li 1. I%,
Arr at Poit: i.-Ji Miy 2, tiig Dian, Win.
gate- i) d.) [i. in C .. ieir,- ,
Brig he ..lLIt. r-, H 'r...lrii ; .hia. L'- Fi-
bens, and Drner, I. m -oc, 11G tionrg l-,ii., rA
schr. Wishington, Robtiroi ,T-rni. r r,, anr. '-;
Bilhrmore, Ith inst. Also, schr. l i,re. Petet or.,
Ii diy. hini St. Jago. 'Lef, Apil I p :tL'
President, of Newport, R-. L.; 'iar. ti..tle, u.
Georgetown, and others.
Brig George, Edes, for EBa-on, ilc;.rc 'a A ItXan-
dI i, 5th inst. I
Capt. ,rowelU spoke in I'-. t'ineysi.ll Scnri,
schr. Nesvw-Rethiah, front V'. iniiii.ton ; ; erJ CiI ,
co. 'vih schr _.S luDtiTl.ti .ir.ith, t-r Fo -li:r .
EniereJ it Alix.iilrtii ., n tr he ':Il ilI t. brig Po-
tomack, Stari, uioa, 3St Ubes ; Cl.jiun,bti, Hitsuci:,
N intu.ker.
Arrivat. of .Amer., ,ie eil al Bart.-d-.e r, fr.rn
the Ist of March, to t.he 3d c.t ~it ir-t a"-rs t id,
schr L.ucv Savage, from 1` L.o,.d.n, and sailed
tor N*evi th. 4th, brig I iua.:.r. Ir--m lKeine-
bcck, anid a.led f.r Grenr L, n,.,e da) llih,
brig ..ion, fr.-,m Pirtiln..1, and sailed for _Grenada.
I 'tl, hbr:g Fr-nklin, from N. London, anda ailed
for MilttI ,I|ue same, da) I lph. t!riu RiRing-
States from enqbscot aia, P.-.'- i.i'i., and sold at
Barbadoe,. l-th, brig Laure,, t-rpm t :.iel, intul
sailed for Tobago; bfiig Sally, froum Kiirer), .,r-
soldat Barb:does. lhth, brit Her-ald, from. Ips-
wichb and 'oai at Baria.i.oe I t;,, hriig 511 ,, fr.
N. London, ;,nd landing at i.rbi.,-. G; hiia Cood-
Intent, from Portsrmouth, (' H i ..l .jail.1 tfor
Grenjad, 27th. March '2H, sthr' Ri inc- tSaes.,
ft. rn riot l'wonn Snowhill, and ..hIii tiarbaiir. la r tn
(5; brig Planter, from Nt-. t!i. n,~r,, t. '.'d,
April S, schr. Theti lr.-,,n Per i.t i.-.r, ,i'.i it.
and sailed lot St. Vi,icebts. At Barbadoes, April
4. brig Mowta.Vernon, for Nirth Carolina, in a-
few davs ; b,'y F der-Snow, for Porto-Rico, in a
few dai P.rli ot, 'or 'nathill, April 4; bri'
ri-,in MSit, lor r iinklr..r, i l )SdApril; brig
Satll .sirarl, f r do *i n r ,..r .
A7-i-Oscomr .A r7 T77 i ?.- -; rston,) Cou-
thou, Gibraltar. We.ure l.:ap eri t'i. the haench
privateer La V:.eaoce, c r.l : i,, ,. n theriver,
ANew-york,,.Lj, ", '-. .., btl."c .Je0la, 2ui!l,
l days from [ a e-- ,j t.t rc.. Let r,'-.>r.
Planter, (),q.an. C eree, lhoen.f. .aC.i I '. t ill.
all of N. 1-.aver, i +i: Th, b-.-. H-r,t -it New-
Haven, sailed 2 dasH. Cornmeal .,i ,1,i;." ; .,-~. -i..' 10 to it
it.s [The embargo reached St. Croix, via St.
Thonmas, by a vessel front Norolk, the day cefoie
capt. Zuill sailed; bu: it had no effect upon the
merirkets.J .
May 8, aE ship !ndia, Farn .i, from Ports-
mouth, E. and *;. days trr.-i T-ir.y. .eft st
Portsmouu.', April 1, ship? C:mnir'. .jre T| t,...
Lewis. r a,.,r.nrah; Iupite, it',rth.ing ,'K ci i'l.-
rt'., '.a.e day ; Antelope, H-lopkt n ; ..apwing.
Wilceox, Mount-Hope, C,.Lb; f.r teri' ., ,Bo. -
Sden ; Saratoga, Baker; Armiable, Cavwinr, fur
Londonderry ; Romulus, Lufkin ; brigs Glorey,
H,'1g-, apd Fredonia, M'C7.r.n, ot "ri.ie.i': ,.
- l r, i : l o n g 1 6 ; .. a re n p 3 i j *e ,
;Whiteburn, 43 days front S.i. I'Naiy., -.r Plymt
a auth.

Lk ieallsand v2 iln y aIlro'ra te Bz IAit-. WT)' rei.
daaw thah ..I -t in"J" -in--.:0tleimi wa-seirs
)f cl by a ei. rrFI j.1I -- ti kt .:oc'rica n q-c ti1 u
a ajnedafew hours, exprnirad sinicti-, ased-
d to proca:.d.


h Ins Av-n n-j, i',(~-r1d a a JY lm' tr -i1i'd 'lii hMy NT erri;.n 6iatI rd
S 44 sl cc e ft.h -i THI-'S ~EV'Et~NM. i rli nit 1!a. h tit pa!t a I ck

n -.: -...... r--------. -qard rn. MAY. 12I-i lTCI, VIV 5-!-v
r-' ':tC rhe- WAI t. H *- ..- '%1T %4T !-
TER, N FA fS t W-N 1'i,,, '- -af~r 'Sale- *0 lU 1.CC..
L. t.Ctvr.Zn V-Ihi lpW:110i ppes)/'ifthe Tflusiees ej'te '2f.- Bsan.
Si). -t ~ "uP, -!_ .-.m -q I'etupr.. vi.,.TH lE Ae:.* r.fai...--it b'iot .,r !heri
e-~,, I ,,. 1 t ..I-qj SelVeS 2 -1J I eC A' "-m-M r.A -Li l Ii'1b-r&,
t,,: .'. .-i~i luf,m Afr. ,-.. co .'u't' -IPhilade phias sn--I &cCWCEht'ir L),-.dcfldp.. a: bl e
,., on the sc xo f Juric --All *ii ciihlc-. s
dr-eo ..-, l r -1 ea cofl Mr i'al .-"vIAgcocy,
,n~av (all .. rh. mlr,- t r. o iu ,3k nt
F i-fd -'~l'l c te hc'r C 4t~i;. do ... i;-ti-a p A-,r of 'ALar.

-I aecIp~iia, and for riile by k% EiT & RICI-i-
ARE6ON The For.k*~respe-LO LOl1;r. itruea. tl i t.atr
Ti iqne 'iioerT,. Le be opened ~n.(eu- .Ivif!ia:
Ti ~ntomert- Main anid Spherical. frh-r.iP~--Ibiggti.ai h rn.
vsnh !he run-tructimna ean;pp icatinnr. tf Logar. see-ac-C. C '.- 1 r- n aR % r~a~, rcsil.2 1T wa t ..t v aa' m,
Ithp.4 Bv Thamrns,m~~p-an..f: R. S. With in Ap. arv,.- ,3% -7A I 0 Hl' DOG .a.li-i
-pcenIx von Sphtrical. Projer1iooi Pri e z.5 cc it been as evrai ...ka in p-epat'at o. i'td4,1,1 .-
Elernen- -, of the _)mi116s sections. By by great pains .and expensel- will form .all e x
th!: late EDr Robert Simwn iProfe-,anr of Mathe. l-ib~ij.,r -nirdyI-- -'inA-rc ntk
vemttns rn the Unrvc-qi:1- of Gl~agw. .Cari:t'.l~v i CntSofIII Yist-jz.1 ee-1 in A mei'i ma, lii iwo
ricd, .rrected andcid iarotj. Prkce z doilvim. I)'- the whole exterit ,'fthe it 'ire will iejireartit,
An Int"Odliction to Xgebrit, with (7rzcade l-re.,'4'waer.
I-otc. ind Qh-crv'A ,n4 Deiigned ior zh: mie 0t
nd-:..ad Placir aof P lick .vt 13. Y T'()\M0R ROW' L% FN1NG, Mav 11.
3 hn rorbs -,,Vc n the iRova. Alilitarv Acad,:niy,
-Woo ,.ichbIli~ce-zend ed-irta,..ijon, rev-iised1 -I'~TITLLbe-presente-, ,for thitt nhet-a., .l'.the

1 1 .1... m, tr r, or. .**- I-. N, | L '- .- p epir:a p .r ir i .- r.:-..-. an-I corrct.d i :i p c d.l. t' f "urn .-ie Ph. i .1acts, called
Wh... .. ~e. ... n i -i Ma r, F"r.1RN R P.HIt.I 1, elel r fI.t r -'n-, -,R. De- I THE POINT OF HONOUR :
I i1.... ,| 'i,- -, r l ri. .I t I' C sipgnred fori 'h.: u-. ,F Scadent i hic L'tnicr y. -J SCHOOL FOr? VOLD ErS
B.I L r I f.. .r 1 N-n teh v f, W- n, I' r rT H P .- ..r. /, [ie 5.J.B E- ,n C, r ',,'':h F. i .- .R 3. Prurm,,l Pro. i[Por Ch ra,:rer s, ,-, t lulurt pav. tale. r, l % 1. -,0 p ,, -,;4 ., p- Hruse are hereby' n..tied, tht tih..,r a l.uI : r f Atron'-*rr," ald-I F pe.irm-nt 1 Phil.tiophy -- B .;- ----
200 tiercei prime Rice -5 k,.,; ra',.-. i,-eti;n, for The choice of thirteen Drc-.ors .-r t, '.t Amer,.- .1, ....,'o rte and cnlrged. To' which 'will beAdded, for tie first ti-m in
;., T-i. ..T-.... .,,' ...- p.,...* U-.', i ,-,. .-i. .,, t.he year en i..-g id for transact ne any other t. p'-ce dollar, Boston, a rand -ri. o Comick Ramane e, an
.',n -r ....- .. .:-n.; 1,... ,fi ,. .,' ,) b hutiness which may,come before ih.-m, v.ill he TI i Princ ple.. ,itf Fij -,ons. [,s n- acts, called, the
'. .' ",- ...-. ..r r-h ;,.r n held at the D. ; fP ill .f the A- :.: .d ,i; ,ed for the. use of Students in the Un, .er.y.1- "L C A R A V\ A N
on Monday, ;re 12;l. i 't at 12 n-'d., M. the Rev. 3. Vinbe. A. M F.R.S Plusian Pro -'
lr't -, Pi.' Pck[Ill'Inl, THOMAS DEAN, Clerk, fes oor 6.t -stroonrmyand experimental Philosophy.. o T -:,
*," ritalwf. "/ r.r ,',rtue, Bo ston, May lx, s'tl. 3 pis. .Thh first American edition, corrected :ind enlar-. DRIVER A'VD F S 1 DOG
-". *4..i- ) b ,- Wbitii/le ', s ost r u ed,. 8eo. hound price z5o cents. W written, by RiVtLo'9,
Iu.,ht .[,I. a a-- [T I r -i,,. u ly a.-
-* to'..W'r .. .. Jr S,; I W KiMBER & C oRADn have now in the Author of The Draratist, Folly 'as it Flies,Ex-
TIonak E- lard .tley, ,a .1 ,... .I ,bick, that nis AcadeMy, for. press, ani improved edition of Bonecactle' Men- ile of Siberia, Will, &c.. Per forned at the
S11 i .f ... o ppeforh l recetid l.ot,,v., nai Musick,. is ura"ticn, and t cy will -..r' publ, Wood's heatreRoyal Drur L.,n, L,.n.J.n, upwards
I,. 1,,1 .. ,a I'-v Cc 1, '. op, ** e Tl hurj a eceltno tn. P ermbpsa, y)n lu,dv own -by ",l, k and Vince' s Hydrostaticks.. M rs of 100 r.,i,t i. ill, great applause,
ij--.hal Thur"Jayatemoon. Ter mi' ay Itelwu by
I. ,h,"1 ,, ,'**',i 1 .o0 lbr'i, ., applyme in Pind-stieet, next door to Dport's,' TO'IC' is hereby give that the eO nlompoedth
r I ,, i, ; shr .F in.i.oibltINhs bedy tli thie Accompaiin--',.a -o o i ",'rr, cd In Lr.rndon.
... !-, 1 .3 C.,. Di,,,cing t,ll, m12 1 Subscriber has been duly appoi ited Admin. The Sceerj,.no d,-,n. rr''iC d bl r.
r.,,,,,sR,. tre. u Dick, 13 ostONMAY 8, 18i2. istrator on the Estate of u db'. 1, r.
CC I P .-,. ., -a.. Log, ] Y.,the returns of the several Wards in this Henry. Frina es, M ,'*,'qu i.fCdatrava, Mr -'-,h, -
me. ,'. G nw'l'." B town of the number of the Rateable Polls, lateof Rostonin the county of Suffol;, ,.c; .,; Don Gorm,., "- Mr Di lker .'n,
l> r,d,'r ,*, ,-b i,,- .y- C ,., d odn t fili list l -. ..1 May current, it' ae..:. .,.,1 deceased ;---and has' taken upon .,.. I, t Count .i, .rro, M r n
1 i tie numbers in .thie several Aads were as fol- givingbond as the law directs ; ad all Rodor ro, '- Mr Clarke
-. .. perons having demands upon tie Estate of the Blabbo, the Driver, e,
., ./;/ C"'.. vs o 0W rdl' N- 6 a l sa.le F -dy ,---. s. r.y to exhibit the Blabbo, the Driver, .1'r Ertwisle,
-|7"'.iH ,L .L D), N. 29,o,,,g-Wharf,a. Wards o. 7. ards No7, -690 same, and al, ... .., .'e.1..1 .he said estate, at Mr Roberton.
S j' '' .0 .. 2. Log- 0 Vra, ', 8 917 are called upon to make payment to Pedro, .- Mr H V.,g',an,
23 **,es price Sea-Tsiand Coton, 3, 612 9, 1002 John Emmes, Admin'r Lopez, Mr W\o.:..
t, ,. 4 OrA- 5' O ^ y LEMUEL SHA, C -S Pirates, Officers, Guardis, Sc.
'. r 'r. t .m .., n -r., 6 12, 1093 : i M arch ioness of C ala tr Va, M rii7 or II
.[*',"-ial.,i .'ir,,a'~ j.!'. ta m-eti "' ... 0,s7". tu erobscr has been duly aappoit: d AC- ,h-d: *At-A M. ::.:ctatviC ,urt-ra, ; A
'n i r K' r S,. s I .. o l- .A i r 'i, .. "'"I ministratrix .n the Estate of Rude N tural Bidge over
.-> .' ,r >.! t. ,i ', b t F .. ., t ,, ,,. .ri, ,, ... i n :a C ,
-, ,, ,- .. ,- .. .. .. .. .... ... ,, .,.,-. .., ,a i.J. 'te ofBoston,in the County f -u.' : -. a a e f eal 1ate
'.. -. I- ,I 'i I -. N' ,,a ir.ed..; and ti .. ,. .-.. c .e ..i : : .n.-n i ; .and talen, up<.n her.-c,. li t' i t A .' dra i i C. m ek, roi s
S.. ..,.,\Vi '. .d. Wire. O. ... trust,lvgiving,bondsasa he law .ac I. \ J .ll hc P.'i.;.. p-. p.ec a.ra.l cd b~ A .
h ., N. -P'.,.,n. 1 ., .'.. O.er.l c.t,; IT agel ate number of the rateable polls perFon."having dema-ds upon the estate of the said T.."'r: '- i -. ril-er &s c -
b, .*t.. te s- .h -- i .- e asdooted "lW.>,e. Also. .of' the totn is, te l thioiisaind oine lund.ed and deceased. are requested to exhibit the.iame ; aind n The Pr cessio then paes- the -stage '1st.-.
p bhar' the sh tiza. 15 chaidni.., ...- Ca ( fift seven. alipersons indebted to the said estate, are called An Officer ; Soldier : Plbb.L te DeIvtr, with
.WA ER P. A. A. upon to make payment to ,- his I u,'il Ej),-. "
/.. l/.,:',',-s L. ,. ./.. JA. SA' -. -.- ,- Phillip Sumbardo, Adm'r. A close Caravan, drawn by twio Tr.ea,
1OtH BR .EE N.. :). Id, s et, h I.', ,'I -i... f l; :.,- f the.citi- .Bosr n. M.iy rt. igSt. ..LRGE IS LIFE.
o.- ,nq.i -.'in ,'. r..,. ir- zl d' a. In Aci 2d--A Distant View of Bar.'elh-
I- 0,h] '.Ve,t i-d RU i l* h'. r rinrl:.,g l -u .' I l. I' i \ nc-i-,,,, Light House-Vetsels at anchor, t-e.
MOI.'5s Fr," .I... n i-,,. C,.ne,-i.J. '" 'S :" t'" 7,i-' Gl, I'DI) RE T hAJ .I RE T E LX- Ifronl of which;Ia great part of thetage is
.1 I hbb I I 12 I: ,'2 t R n- mn-. i r .1i .I.., l.k,-,; U- 4. ,* If.-B y ite F' .'./., 'i" Patent. laid under
N .vi% .-d a r H,. .ave f rial i. t-, ,. ..i' I t h ....*-- tEEA 1 T Rg
-1 -.r i- '. | i, 1. '' ...... -, ,,,, ,,,. ', '. -', -:e- -'.-.. '-.E..ra. is ETy In
N 7. dia stret Have for a.e,.o tihe fin ,,e vitl I.1e on the table ,t 2 o'clock. Tick- Cascades of I'Vaerfalls, dashitn g .,:
F b Id ,. .-- 0 ets-to be had a t tII e l ie.c -' I I ': ": -- -- -1 ';. thcd.efick, kf c.
P me wl,>vih o s he .,, .r .. .... ....r ..... Doors to be opened at quarter paHt 6, and
S lo r, -an be accunniodite d iat the lowest rate. the Curtai to rise at quarter pist 7 precisely.
i -- ,,, n by o. tt the I lar. ..-
r. e..nn-Tc'. t, .li,.-A, In:. i .: opened -very ..i?, am- CarpetingS.
--'nr -n-- e Tbis. -wth,, Cold Cola.ionsi d of.am, ,Toigue, '. & J. BALLARD & CO. have fdr
SBeef', &c. &c. anld ill be continued td 'inK the / .'-.' ale at No. 31 .,i -a t"ee
TuSp,:r.,,e--T .- r- .... H r.io,,,c S,mnmer', fioom 10 o'clock, A. tll 1 o'clock An assortment ot Nanki and anton
OuLc- F'..v. ir -o ,'s Oil-Cr.-.i.l.; Cr,5'.r I'. Al. ,-,,i' dv, St,,day excep,ied--Tirkeps to "sjisr.' Nanki and Cao-
C-l,,,- juniper Bcrre.-N,., b t tiev yLir, at2tay en'.. ntlcmeu \Ti ho to 0.CARPETINGS. I the present great scar-
rT,. wh rr Havanr. 3u,"r waish to subscribe y tihe month,, 5-A fw .- ,_, 'etF g grspar'tienlarlyre s, the.ded t NaninStrw Cellent
an. i1 B-eef-1rin-Duc, g tlee an be acconmodated ith orda p gsaepartic larlyrcom e eds excellent
,c-t-reP c .e being_ ..,of.a..peiorq iitya d vr
rEngltah P. r&r--Hcr-p, &c &e. c- 17 ~ S c lower cate han the regular price, by taking --a dur bugofa speriorqa n
I e(r- t ipp ,r rt om s, w hiich are thle m ost aiy" and ri-m aV-
pi = ....,l s n os. m of* s ifthem a fine ,p*os- Ile_- "-- -" ...--- '- .- -
t" IRT Z FI'ato: yJ j,'"NSO. ') peelt, eiilther of t e Ilarbotur, Chliarlestown, r- "
it ;Le.w : J ON, .'., h. es.er or lRoxrburyas they overlook the grea.t- .. .. .
N ,_, -..Lo v..rr f m ,17 est part oft'he town. .
a course "OR Saie-the Cargo of the ship
.lin'L, Cirter, N B. Soiips in the Coffee Romat 10o'clock TER ei yearsexperience, in a coursete Cargo the shp
-.,'i Ta i..r,, I,,. -, .,- V ,', and at the Table doate at 2. Turtle, niock Tui'- of full practice I havei p, E tich Conkiliu,mater-jsst arrived
SF .i ... i .rv ..'r. I, tie, or -ravey Soups will hse red every day, disease isieulofb ef iminhedareoftn. tnom 4'erdam, viz.--
I. ).. .. ,eas eon, i,,s,,d of being dimint iel, are oft, n
..- .,. c -r, 1v-in,. C .it.-r. (.rept Sutiday. from 'ien ill oni. Mray 1 times increased, by the use of those drastick At Pubhck AAucttzdn, 'on FR D Y,
A' ,-,r. r-, k, ,.. 7" r,..cut .'., 1. j nv ofatr/otism, (M'uurfig'e, and medicines, usually recommenide,' ad which ,J5th Ma oas,'a Ert
s-'"h n' Fn7rpt'iv "- different cases seem at the mi,Omen to require. 3'72 pipes 1st quality GIN,
; terprzse" To discover something calculated to produce 1-02 b,xesuPelfine Claihs and Ca'sshm'eres,
-To the fch,-1rins and Others V VERY able bodied man, from the age of tSo theo efict propos-ed by those edcioer,,and at s pe6 Cloths ad C r
-,. ', n' e R tti e li'u'.an C(.lorierce. 4 ears,who sh.All be eTIisted for the amy the same tiee atttndela! by none of their incofl- 10)0 Red Crush Cheese,
'iE Ru.i in C n "rthn.U S. for thte frm -f fiveyears, i paid a enienqes, hag been 'wth me a subciet ofuch wet M, d
HlEk Ru,:l in,,C- n-lir'na m.. o, koy thnis pub. BOUNT" OF SIXTEEN DOLLARS, study and very careful observation' ; nd after 800 Le'ydn doL.
Sin addition to their RATIONS MON HLY PA, repeated experiments, have gth cer.And at Private ale out f e a
com.-h rciii intt,,uri.c%-d.h Rur..i ,John Prineo and CLOTHING, and w encev' he shall have tamned, tat the hmootponnd, 'l -1i have chosen a -
jun Fcl ineipp..,a d nd i Ru. i Gov. served the term for which he enlisted, and obtain-I to deninominate the ,GaCA,o 1 RSTOrnATIVE E. '0 casks Uadi'er ,
crmetasipe.. fr the of S danhonrabledischarge,ting thathe hd faith- x is better suited to that end, than any 0 boxes Otingoth
eraenit,as..its lud e.:,IAth cnt fo r the t.-.-n o S a- fully performed his duty whilst in serv cc, he shall Mvedicni T Ihave veTr met wih. It is principal- 1 do fine H ait.nd Linth
I' n-t. J: ,5 -I -t..r '-eport Gsouces ter. In b alloved and paid, in addition 'o the aforesaid lycomposed of -, l It-. ri-.'I have reason to do fable Co! and Napkinsv,
p ,Id. p.kn ir,h -' t .prr. luc m ester Of allhe bounty, threemonths' pay and one hundred and fl1tler myself ,. ,l i.-.in. ui|-.i, trial rot.to, be .7 do tat quality aalem Boeklien,
pran p o..l r. ,h e l,. & maed pors o rf lhe .ty acres of land; nd in ease he should be kill- excellent, as a safe and efficacious family medi- -do" snefi:e Haareirnm Stripese,
lai. po any port or p .e the Russian Eports d- action ordiein the service ,his hers a dre- cine, by any other whatever When taken ac- 3 do Hre Stripe, o. 2
p,.- ar- ErI.lv reus,,-td to refer in f ture to re-cintativ-c will he entitled to the said three wording to the directions, acconm panying- each S do Flemish Stripes,
the aid J.hn Prin r jn. Fq. in.Salem, for at uIths' pay and one hundred and sixty acres of bottle, its operation is that of a gentle catha'lar, 5 do Ticklenburihs.
such p',c s anrd drcnnents t. ereired by lady to h e l rd, surveyed, and laid off, at- ick. It not only throws off the redundancy of D R U G S.
the Rqs-i-n O7rerrnmen lto elbl h h 'h.: iden i the public exp use. acr idand putrid bile, which, especiAly in hot k b r-xes Branx-2 cask.V V--m I. n
ty and dm '.ior of ficl. o.pir.no p AT T i NTION. limates, is a cause of putrescency to the whole I c-ask reur. stbl A p, ,-.. r.tr. S. dnic.
Ale \is El'tal,hi '.* A RENDEZVOUS isopened in ELM STREET system, but .1.- .l.,., --: H, various corrupt and do For, Can.,i. Rom.
pirnon C-',%'.'te / f.7.v ,e',.' ,-. -I near the M ,tI et; Boston. for recruiting a compa. vitiated humours, collected in the stomilach and 6 do Flor. Ckam Verly,
vy of LIGHT DRAGOONS of ioo Men, for the bowels. Durmng its operation, which with ma.- do Sacechnm Saturni,
br'f.r.l!".,f Ca ,. ai.tSi.'n."'rt .- army of the United States, where all those who ny personsis very slow, it opens the pores upon I .1 do Turpenrine,
Q- C :-,I F. 11 ., .F r i, ,. f-sc a ambitious of engaging it the SERVICE OF the surface of the body, and produces a gentle 3 bales Rai. Calmu.,
Id sle a: ei e 1tB Clothfisaid Calsimeres, 'THEIR COUANTR2are recommended to repair moisture over the whole system; and thus bas 3 boxes Q>,ills-6 do Writing Paper,
I."eI -h r.i .'r-r, a ,r e mr- eoprs without dalay. the happy effect, not only of removing the re- 1000 Gin Cages-300 Demijhns.
I,-,. .i.r ,.' ,i t *,,.-l r h.,,e' .ol e .aret; wi!l The number of Compan-. being limited to too mote and exciting causes ,ofthe diseases here- By Le Roy, Bayard and M'Evers.
be Sold at a reasonable adv.he I.t., i,i or a. Meri, a-nd the on y one to be enlisted in this State, after mentioned, but, also, if taken in season, of .Ni' Ynrt, May 7.1812.
proved d;t- .h ..,I I any person be inclined to it is advisable for those who wi h to be attached checking fevers at their commencement. 1 i n
p,.rl ,..i. h ah ,l.. ,I d,t al, II .-. I,., I... 0 to he Cavalry, to make immediate application. In the Gout, retrocedent orimisplaced ; Ohron-. n I uesday, Pi 19, at noon,
i,. I.. l .1 tit.-- iv ,, .pr. e Iy ,.t .1 SAMUEL D. HARRIS. ick Rheumatism ; Indigestian ; lF ,. .c -,.W ;- sill Ibe od at Public Utiforn,
'Caft. of the Isigat Dragoons, U. S. Cavalry, Hypoclhondriacal affectibns; Bilions complaints; The valuable Rope -Valk, in
CH-IARLES \\ ILI.IAIMS. .May Dizziness ; Pains in the head, back and limbs Charlestown, situated near the State-Prison and
Ay.,, i, sl, ,,,!-.t -.,,.t ATT11 Loss of appetite Puking in the tiorning ; Gen- the Land and Water Lots adj cent to tlhe same
any part of the riii;h C r --. Dutch'. le ,r To fen of Pat iotls,, Corage and Enterprize, .pestilential fevers, which, in the Southern lati. street. io feet in width, is ene of the hc-t in the
as mo. adirinr, at on.: d,-, pr. vol. in boards with T'VERY able bodied Man from the age of tg Ilides, prevail, by sea and land, witl) great viru Commonwealth and con tains every imp ement for
aliand-..mr Er.rra,,n,. to ea.:h vol containing the J i t- 45 years, shall be enlisted for the army of lensce and i,..,l--, n'.y ; its use is too obvio-.s an extensive Co. : c iiianufactory. Tha Upland
works of Popr.e, G dmith, Spectator, Addion the United States or the term of 5 years in addi and too. x, 11k ,. ...s. o require miie t further rec- can gains about onehhindred thousand square feet.
Johnson, Swift, -tern.G d'rln h recently cdi ed tion- to the monthly pay, Rations and Clothing, ommendatioi. If given to children once in two The water lot-.ctend aba''t 0oo feet on the shore
by W.altcr .oi: E q. 'ie.ia, Shak-pe.re, Sm-.Il. will be paid. oir three months,just before the full of the moon, & are 170o fee deep from high to low water mark,
ltai cortinur.,.n and ;' -'. rcign .fGcor.-;-ll A BOtiNTY OF SIXTEEN DOLLARS; and it is a sure antidote against- wvbrns. .All sea. They afford excellent situations Ior Ship bfiilding
-- Lctfr, of Jr,,;u-'hy Hr, -c.-,rr farrilv Bi- whenever he shall have served the term for which men, exposed to the sudden vicissitudes of the, from their proximity to the Middlesex Canal,'
ble-Woodwards,Quarto ditlon Gill's comiien he enlisted, and obtained an honorable discharge,' weather, will find it for th..i ;in i,..*-t. t ker.p it through which aiple supplic ofTinber, &e, can
tares of the old and new Tes-ament. uarto *u it,,rin ith.. h chad faithfully performed his duty by them ; and as it is a i.-,in.l..., iten..lil ta read ly be obtained Tht proposal Dam front
petrb ms.' o-to Edii fin -f the eld nd nc, v Tes 'ht in c rvice, lhe shall be allowed and paid 'i reis r.,.: ti" ,. rm-.,oe -a.'-,- ot .1', jn..l i't*.- Lechmore to Prison point, which il expected to
tamen; lrr .r or 1,1 lit-, 'wr, Dr.5f Sh.'d rr re- addition to tihe aforesaid bounty, three iontlh Kcen -: .-.. n -I .1 .*.i1 r.-.t iil in most instanes to be completed soon, will draw a argue ihare of the
tamer,;!. I .r ,,tirrm lt, eih Dr. ac,'.ti'a ad wun ra-f
ferences-F.-,:ran, .r,t.,l selections on the nature 'ay and 16o acres of LAND prevent theexistence of disease itself; it *il be business of Charlestown to this spot. Combining
and desi n of t: I c.ilo s upper. And in case he should be killed in action dodie advisable for every family to- have it on hand, so many advantages, an excellent opportunity is
Suber pti ns r;il ..., h received for a.few re in service his heirs and representative ,will be en- that resprt may be had to it on the first syIp- offered for spectilation to tci capitalist who wish.
gaining Copies of the new Idinburzh Encyclo- titled to the -aid three months' pay and one bun. toms of indispositioni. as to invest property in Real estate capable of c-.
pedia one number is received and ready for de.- dred and sixty .acres of Lud to le designated, T'he'directions and certificates, for using this tensive nmprovement.
livery. Also E;lard'. view-of he woIld-2d e- surveyed, and laid of at the public cipense. Elixir, still accompany each bottle. Terms made known At the sa.e.
diton of hhakespeare's ~ays a- :. .' i ..un. men may he enrol ed-for only "ii 1Lt INK ..N Nat'l. Adabs, sauct
FOR SALE AS A',OVE. i -ontha, and will be entitled to a the above e. Jor'thampton, i.prsil 1812. ml2.
The Columbian Epheni cr,.. and Astronomical moluments except the Land. '. OL ET-- ; "Ii-. 1\, i-. ht '- -hop,( Bard IWar'e at .duction.
Diary for the year I S.,:, N-. t, continin a corn- All disposed to secve their country willdo whll situated in E*iot-stree; ,with". crplet'ei On Wrtr'ln'es.l- 20th inst. at -o'clock,
pendium of Astronomy, &e &r a'lr Plre. e- to apply immediately at the rendezvousN. No.9 of tools, and e-br a ccomniodation fn ..,ri ii: ., At J. I ,'s..'i,':. b;.'s (S,fe 3, ,entral:st.
commended by President JrrEEsoR and. others, Fish-:tr t- JOSEPH GRAFTON the.busine.s. Rent low, inquire at rI. i hi A invoice Hard are, Saddley,
1 valualhe work. May il Captain 9/,i Re2. U. S. Isfantr5y Icet Squaret.. may \-2. An 12.voic Hard VVrare, Saddlery,
The resources cf the Br;,i.' Empire ihv I an '. ,-,s .,," ,s Pamp.lletso. r .T L' '( Ii "- j v '. .II.t -. &c. consistingof the following, and a variety of
Brested aud hints on the .-,,-.--.,-,n ,iskeipt.:y of ^_RA& Il D have thi day p Thbli rh- th- .e t i tll other artileel, vi.. .
Great Br. ,sin, &c .Mdmirsof Prince Eugene of RADO R ^v n iat d i T i as ua tl th'e ntra n^ y. Life of Bishop Porteu-An Elegcat o a Cley, et to hir manner of treat op- lamers paved rain aer ier a Snaffle' its, Srrui,
ao-edtion ot the common Prayer Book in 'va- pouents--Br I h Worceter, A. M. author o. puip f es water; is ell clee ora Taern Flat Sets. ated its, Bs & eons. Bcles
rThi "'os :* Blb:e News;" &c. Als, a LIT-ai5 td the Mrer- or Bliardini hoisecrent low-b.s er tn.i.ri..V and Tips, ncotimrnon aid steel Hand Saws, Cross
ditiAh worsn of Peter Pindar, lEsq Miniature e- at, of the New Hamphihe Genelal Associatsit,. fr .ome. ears pest as a b-a?- e -,,, CGit and Tennit do. briss bullet M bl,,,Sp, oe-,
dio, Lilen Favetia.im a collection ofnew rid y Timoiy Aso, EVTnAcrs of soe'leters oc- of E IVIOSE, No .., : .. I Screw Plates, Seale Beams, Publl N i,, srm.
rntemesting anecdotes '...uhiy Thalaha and Me- casioineid by proceeding o, the Hol>k'vniin Associa- '. ..----- F- Brads, Crease Tools,.Glass Paper, Locks, Hin-
trical Talees, tion, ad of thl New-Hai-pshiire General Assoeia. C| Uea Assn.a. '-t ..i '' .~. V -. .i.. -.! ges, Bed Screws, Cliselsh, Gouges, Angers.
Subscriptions received for the Edinburgh and tliin. Price of the thlee stiche.: blue,44 cetits. JL PRACELST. Th- oaner may hare it again, I Hammers, Shoe Knvt'es, Pinrhlicrs, &c. co.
Quarterly review Nay 5i, nimay l. by p'yiuig for this Advcrivrtic ,ne. Au Iit n.di-i)s lt at !&.

Sla.,s q iyT A'YL'i t
On Thor~dr.y r'lexr, at 1-.1 O'dock.
..- Y~.4'rand Ganta.ee'y 0(FfiL.
W) I i .-C~rai-rs.St,-L
Ava ic ty v Enigrhsh Piece Gooat,.

Th:u Day at. 1i &cloc,
Oi l D'apeurit Wharf,
15 titfe`es prinne R-ice-2') bbls-
Mess and N) I1 Mmrk
-*CYE & Gamn-41e, az(05.

This, D as, at 1-2 u.-lock,

60 bbls 'fir, PLhtca.ndlTurpentine,,

T111; Da37 t a Lalf 1-MAi2 &dock,
O, '*,) .3 Fn' .gr~erb
,V 90balle'. pi ime LUpI,.ud COT 1i0aM,

'On 'I hiir-Ja-, ner -- O'clock,
,4f If'ht--~d 'flqsrl Si ~ ( Kd~
1blI crude zzP rre-jc a-31 double' re-
mcr~d dot ;.t.hotera ffl' arkinici-!, do Liqucr,e
P-liso )lb Smyriv affrun-? iac-prim: ic~N
-..guj %Vud. Condiriom A ~

wC bbk C a: t'lina 1N DIGO.

:2CISSEngh,!, cvwhing PtCS
i-ri whw~h are liai:5h -A ncI hCE-Ct mit nri'r,

B' mndN, Hi .'n T & C'irant.;
Ti )M~e4J', iiO'clock,
6 rresslpv; v a(IMC i.&ic B an.%,4 do Ns k~c*t
It -ado,' -~ij i. .r h-i;a- 311 -ril 1ea- LarreA I ch, --:
ral -i,'C' ,c 4- 1-)10 ibllba it P~tfce-13.
.3. gvIAllum C:"I ia t Smic.

S.- -*T. K :J, N ESIS, CO.
T'zr :'. tl1 0 C'klc1.
A't T. XK. Jon'es & Go's (Office, Aii-t
p~ei Var2' t of Picce GdM--

su)-irie Cioadl-. 1. I

Th-s Dav at I1I )'clock,

1,1) pipes hi h fth pr'-of iBranld~

T h-6~'.I5VBrd Co. aud.


On Ti.i .Iy .,Ln.J F-driy. llst ane d 22-1 M.y,
V. I1 ba ..,ld at P,,I,,tk Auction, at the Loi.g
R",in, India.Whalt',
The entire cirgo of the 1,rig.antiie
Inca, .rA ud.r 'I.'a i.ii i, n.iasirr, ium o1.-.

I4 paca-e i rench61i ,iODa; ai'
6 c '-is bl.-a k wliire, anj c'.-uiae I men's a&i'
-'.n].'n'i 'ik I .;
7 do Silk Gloves do .
S 6 do ass6ored ...-, .' ik 1
1 dp :.I -.l C.1 Apes .-,
10 dTo Peru.,I r e,
2 .1. II -..- : (lil- .... ....
4 .1.. L -t llo r,.: i!K i.; a ;e :'. .
8 uo o bhl: I'l- ..r. ,
2 d6 Damas k Salti Shawls ;
6 do. -. :.. d .- :. .
A e1'o 'til., t'r Ir -')vil cilin i :'.
6 do .'r ,h, k .
2 d Co c r-b- *:k I ,n..: ,'.. ,I .

'2 "dob el 11 P'nr,..,s til, t'. .t .- : fl.:. -
do Taties ;
1 trunks Umbrellhs -
4 dib ladies' Silk Si 0s', s "''
4 4 do men's and women's L-e'v.;. Gk :
2 do eletgnt Silk Shawls i
3 do Ribbons ;
1 do black Modes ;
1 do Gown It'r ,nrn,. Ch.ni'le, &c.
17 bales Canib..'u g ( I.il, ;
2 do b'v.. do;
6 do B r,-s--0." C-*"en I,,
2 do black, blue, green N,.i .,i
S superfine B-.,.-l..11.i ,
.lTo-.2 pipes 4th r-.it .iek i. .
120 casks Claret Winl, fi.-t 'idir
204 cases Clarat Wine, i'., ']| .c.
1808, ondo. each ..
53 cases do St Juil a.,. -'.' h '. 1 ,z.- : ..
100 do W ine e G. e -, "i-i. c'.r I .- .
8 do Sparkling Champaigue;'
20 do Fruits, assorted;
12 do OIo- r r. P ,.lclh ,a .. C!c'niL-:r. -
274 pods Ve,.I..'.:e ,
300 qr. cases Pruties ,
563 bags sd.'t sih'eled ,'r-,n.-ls
a'rhe sa ofihe.SilkI,..'or- C.riiji r K
&c will commence on Tbnrsda., ti hr t .21 t
precisely at 10 pcfore'k. The Hrr.i. \vii. .
&e. on Friday, thOe 'I ,recisely t. 11 o:'lo,.k
Uoniritl6s liberal, .Aill r made known in fhitri'M
papers, Cati!ogules will be delivered onre undls.
previ ci to the sale.
SAnd qn Friday, 2( instant,.
Precisely at one o'clock,
s .-s she ntoo l'has a .,l*- J r *,*,
The elegant I'.t .. .ii'-
Scoppere ...--tlt' ii-4 piti boat
^)brig INCA ,232 tohs buithel,bu;t
Sit Ballithore, 4 )er i l- ,r. .
Burned for .ili..; i le I i.r.l i f ii c, l n,
United 5iate'-rel.t. L.>l-lv i.!lI flo5,d, .nd m'. .
put to sea with trijing expense.
T. K. ,Ire_ f *,rt-.
This Di'. at 1 .'. n1t i,
Ojf;isite N'o 31, h1idla-St1er.
T\ he sloop ECONO.M'PI
Thsi sloop's burlliteii is about *'
tens--has been uied kal pack(-,
s All i would answer for a fishing est-,
-she is in excellent order.
Na/'l. Tucker, alict.
Lands at Auctton.
The following Lands, b-:longingi to '*, i1
solvent Estates, will -.e .,Ild s-: .c '-i
MONDAY, the 15th June, at I' I..ck, .?-1 t,
floor of the Exctharige C 'ffe House.-
5.9 3 ereS in ',nl.-. !.,;, .,,. th Sitate ol'NY i,
74'0 do in W inslow- in tiie County of Kentneb,- ',
400 do in Uniion, in the county of Lincoin.
Al4o-2 Shai'ssit th: iSctloi Hous,ae in '.J4

,. -.... =

Where Libe'ty dwells there is my Country."
Though sa;,ired the flane which our country en-
Io ev.ry fond heart that for liberty glows ;
Yet cod 'i, that breast where uncherished it
A sad thie effect that from apathy flows :

"' thou th at wert born in the cot of the peasant,
i:uIt diet ,f'langour in luxury's dome,
Whose ,r,,i.k can make e'en the w ilkrhess

Where thou art, 0 Liberty I there is my home-

How blest is the land that can boast indepen-
The- race who the charterof Freedom have
gained !
Whose fathers bequeathed it, and bid their des-
Inherit the legacy pure and unstained !

1 hlat land i" C.1r.l.i,'s supremely blest region,
Where Fre.-:...rr, bright eagle o'ershadows
her dome,
Towatch o'er her tights, ar d protect ler region,
Hail, Temple of Liberty thou-art my hbore

Her z2.r:e u,Iour, 1. her tresses unconfin'd,
bowke undesigning negligence of mind-
,R..ptF"re' negligence ;-as on she came,
H_. cheek was glory, and her eye was flame-
'ir-aowi.g robes light am'rouns ; .les receive-
Her modest breast te;, thousA-nd virtues heave
3.jield had she none, but Honour ; and her
Was Truwth-and Angels, as she smil'd, adored.

j^6"_ 11= .1', I]PJ.Vi tL1CT L.
,- -- -- '
Extract ofa letter froam Ch arleston, Chaleur Bay,
dated Jan. 11, 181,2,
SOn the night between the 20th and 21st Nov..
1 beiiCve the same time that so much damage
was done by a stornim act.uebece, the wind,which
had'ialso heera .1...r Le, came round sud.
ideniy to the mr.,w continued to blow
X-.rd, tillt dav eight. During' the whole night,
horrid bellowings :.r a i' '., i.-, were heard, a
thing without example in these parts The
da knes .of the night, the fury of the tempest,
the roi'riig of the sea, and the melancholy noise
of conflicting elements, joined to the awful howl.
ing had a wonderful effort, and led some to be.
lieve that the final, consummation of all things
was at hind.
Next morning the beach was found stewed
with an unknown fish, which were at first tho't
to be voung whales. One hundred ind seventy.
tne of them were found from the middle of the
parish of Blonaventure to New Carlisle. The
asght of so rich a prize soon dissipated the re-
-,;. 1- ; fears ofthe inhabitants, who, each arm-
... his axe and knife, half clothed, half a-
wake, fell tol work upon the stranded Fish.
In the course fthe day, a large one %%as dis-
-.. r 30 arpe-ns from the shore,
'.r. ..tre e pain, and to the as-
*onist ment of all present, instead of following
the course of the tide, making straight for the
store, on which he threw himself high and dry,
and was immedia-tely dispatched. Another,
wvich 1had only vits lead or the bank of a river,
and his body aeboat. let himself be killed without
making any attempt to escape.
No one can tell what fish they are ; none sim.n
;i- h .-._._'r. .. _s..ii on the coast. They
;,-e of the :. .: : p the largest are about
twenty feet in length, with a proportionate
thickiiess ; the head, which is as large as a tieree
is round at the top and covered with a lump of
f it has a blow hole like that of a whale ; the low-
ir jc:w resembles that of a Hog FThe back, &
sides are as black as those'of the whale, the-bel.
ly white. The blubber or ft :s between three
1-t.d tferirnhe- t-hi,:k, and of a firm texture.-
Ex:-ellcnt Oil, of an unusual transparency was
made of it.. The blood of these fish is uneom-
rntily warm I could not discover the nature of
i.a food; the stomachs being empty.
Where can these fish have come from ? None
of the kind have ever been known in these seas.
I am inclined to believe that they are a species
of Sea. leg, which Rarthquakes, the tempests,
&c. have frightened from their abodes, antd that
afterwards they have been attacked by some
terrible enemy. Several of them appeared off
Pasphibiack, and were apparently-insensible to
the shot and nails which were fited at them,
lead and nails were however fcttid in the bump
of' fat on the top of the head, of those which
were found on the other side of the Bay. At
Nipsi uit 14 large. ones were found. This affair
upon a moderate calculation, Has been worth
3001, divided amongst only a few of tt.e inhab-
A severe Winter Snow-storm,was experiernc-
ed in New-York on the 4th inst.
A letter from W Vi'. 1.. NT. H. dated 5th inst.
says there is nearly 15 inches of Snow on the

4 ^

.,:,,..,, Boot and Shoe Manzizctory.

D ANIEL WISE informs his friends
and the public that he has removed to
No.5, and 10, Exchange Buildings, where he has
opened an establishment for the manufactory of
Boots & Slires upon a more extensive plan than
any hitherto known in this town. To enable
him to carry this object into effect, he has with
tgreatexertions and at great expense procured
a large quantity of English Stock and other
Stock of .the very best quality and has made
such ari'rangements with Mr. WM. CHAD-
WICK as to have his aid in the manufactory in
superintendiag the business.
He therefore promises that at his manufacto-
ry the work shall equal any in this country, and
he hopes that those gentlemen who have been
in the habit of sending.to Philadelphia and Bal.
timore for boats & shoes, would once call at his
establishment and examine his stock, and he
thinks he can give them such proofs of his pow.-
er to meet their wishes and satisfy their de.-
mands as to save the trouble of send-
ing from thief town for boots & shoes. A saf-
ficient number of workmen are engaged to ena-
ble him to answer all demands with promptness
and punctuality, and at fthe establishment Cus-
tonserqsbahl always find unremitting attention.
Mr WISE will always have on hand a great va-
riety of boots & shaes, pumps &c ready made
and executed in a fashionable and durabe man-
ner, also the best kind of English stock legs
for Suwarrow and draw boots, English soles,
boot cord webbing, English and American Li.
sh backing. Tr.e style ufthe presentestab.
hshaent is as follows,

DANIEL WI -;l's B stonBnot& Shoe manu-
factory, WILLIAM CHJD WICK, Agent
eov 19 (tf)

Late Bank of the United St.;0es, osr ECTUs 0F
APRI L 14, 1812 .-- '
r"THE Trustees have the's day declared a dir .- .,
idend of Seventy per centum of the capita- *" J
stock of the Late Bank of the United States, .-'-'- .t ,. ,
which will be p .id to the stockholders or their
representatives on or after the first day ofJune .
next, at the late banking house in the city of -
Philadelphia, in the following manner,-that is or
to say: -ARTS AND [NCE.
1st. Stockholders residing in the territory of A p Ir:od'cal tYork now prinutng in Philadelphia.
Orleans, Avill be p,-.id by drafts upon the othee
of the trustees in New Orleans. N the present state of society, it would, beyond
2d. Stockholders residing in Georgia, by i a doubt,be considered a woik of supererogation,
drafts upon the office at Savannah. to point out the connection of human happiness
3d. Stockholders residing in North nr Soetth with an extension of knew'edge. If knowledge be
Carolina, by drafts upon the office at Chaurles- thus eminently beneficial, is it not our in:teitest, as
ton, S. C. it asorediv is our duty, to promote its diffusion a-
4th. Stockholders residing in Virginia, or the mongst u0 ? It is a firtiaate circumstance, that we
district of Columbia, bvylrat is upon tie office at rarely find so g great a degree of ignorance in our re-
Norfolk, a orupo the office at Washington. tense territory, is exists in maly regions much
5th. Stockholders residing in Maryland, by older in the.aunais of Irstox y v n the contrary, it is
drafts on the office at Baltimore. remarkable, that notwithstanding the scattered
6th. Stockholders i. l.. in PennsyIvania, state of, ir population, our citizens are better in-
New Jersey, or Delaware, viiil be paid at the fotried and have fewer preiidices than any people
late banking house in the city of.Philadelphia. upon the globe. Liberty, the surest pledge of free
7th. Stockholders residing in New York,Con- inquiry, is one prime source of.he advantages We
necti ut, o Vermont, iby drafts upon the i enj ly. Unfettered in our press-- n hackledd in
necticut, or Vermont, by drafts upon the office o conscience-, man, here possesses meals of hap-
in New York. i r r pines as pei fect as is consistent with his nature.--
8th. Stockholders residing in Rhode Island, From the same cause, no doubt, in part, arises that
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and the dis- ingenuity which is so conspicuous in the American
trict of Maine, by drafts upon the office at Boaus- character. Few natiIns can boast of more impor-
ton. taunt improvements in labour-saving machinery,
9th. All other stockholders will be paid at the than have been discovered in the progress of the
late banking house in the city of Philadelphia, mechanical ai s autngst us. We aie, however, but
either in cash or by drafts upon the offices as young in practical information on numerous points,
may be agreed. in which our highest interests are concerned. To
10th. No payment will be made without the aid our researches, we'still require that solid infor-
p.roduction of the certificate of stock at the late m -ti-iiu arising out of extensive operations and ex-
banking house in the city of Philadelphia. perience, which Europei.n cuteimporaries are con-
The books for transferring stock will be close. tinully affording.
ed on Saturday the 16th day of May nexl,and re. Let it not be said, we have the b t 'it amongst us
main so until the 1st day of June following ; and from which these treasures may be culled To be
no transfer will be permitted upon the books of extensively useful, they must I.e widely dissemi-
the trustees, of any share upon which a divi- nailed ; but tbis is not tu be effected by a few import-
dend may have been paid- ed copies. Our own presses must diffuse their con-
i m o QkCasht. tents, cr ,lh- ,- ii ,.ntinue to perish upon the
G. Simpson, Cash'r. shelves ..!. J.,'., or in our pgblick libraries !
april 21 (law6w) lioependentiy too oi this consideration, much for-
Notic(p. eigc matter, useless to our country, adds greatly
r HE Copartnership of the Sub- to the expense of the imported works in question.
S partnership Of te ub- rancze. that imperial Colossus, has e.rinced by
J scribers under the fiim of DAVENPORT & -hr present existence, the trutl' of the inmxitl, that
DAN a, is this day by mutu i consent dissolved. Knowleoge is power." At the period in which
All persons indebted to said firm, are requested she was threatened with the inroads of foreign en-
to make imnedia'e payment to either of the ub. an ies, her mean, of detence were poured in profu-
scribel-s, at their Store, Exchange street, and all si ihorn dromestit.k r1uiie i'mtot her Ip, by the
who have demands, to sall and receive their dues. skifal operations fa few scienitfick m en. Nitre,
ELIJA.\ DAVENPOR ., tin. chief constituent of the means of war, was a.
Ap %7, l8sz. DEXITER DANA. b undantly forntedl by their directions, when a'l for-
eign sources-were comp eiely dried un u: And to
valuable IReal Estate. this pr110d, the greater part of her pAow ler is sup-
"OR sa'e that large and extensive BlockofBuild- l'ed frurom the products afihcr own soil.-low lotrg
'-ings, situated in BUR: ING I ON Yermont, on did the scieitificfk operatiorsof Archimedes iauffle
the South side of the square, com.mony called ta a ne i i te
MILL'S Row, and iut a Few rodsromt the Court ,, gnt of adiffusi, of knowledge, on
Haous, the Building measi:res One I-usded and wic- pelraps, at sone tue day, the very des-
Sixty jeta in length two Stories high o the front, h, erhps, at tr e f re day,epend the very des-
and three stories on the rear, and i< divided iuo The Efmporium professes to be a srce of prac-
six or seven convenient Tenements .with hops in ti i tile v-rious ibrii'hli- s f scii iftkic
front, and houses in the rear, for the convenience re .e-rch, and is intended to convey the rlch ha vest
ofmechanics, together with a large and well fin of facts, contained in foreign valuable papers on
ished Hi use at one end, and is unquestionably one Chemistry, AMineraogy, Natural Phdlso)phy, Arts, Sci-
of the most productive Rstates in Vcermonit, as the ercts, and Agrticuture, with the proper cu.tivation
rents will more than average three times the a- of which, .undiibtedly the truest interests of every
mour.tof the interest of the capitalTh 'hre is a country, but especially our own, awe closely con-
convenient Barn and two valuable Building lots nected.
included ; the whole will be sold together, or the We might expatiate, largely, on thlie great utility
two lots separate For further p-.rticular- apply to of such a wolk., bI this would be unnecessary,
ISAIAH THOMAS Jr. No 6, Marlborough street silce or n o11 11 ,ni us artists and manufacturers will
Boston, or Col. WM. HARRING rON Attorney reali y perceive that tley may derive from it the
at Law, Burlington. p.ainest and easica: meant to iesson labour and un-
G-P The above. Estate would be e':ch.auged at a necessary apphla:ioi. In sonie it will awaken re.
fair price, for real estate in Boston, or the adjacent flec61tion I a avclurite prsu"il ; new somces of in-
towns. Boston, May i, tieaiz. duty and em-lumient uwill be poin,ied out ti others,
....... .... .. ..- and the, piacticail knowlerige of uiany will receive
Valuable BOOKSTORE ESTABLISHIMENT inipiov-enitai. unexpected aidt. Standing as it
fon sale were.upon the shoulders itf ,ur transattantick rivals,
' whol k of N. 1 C -- w te umy bhpc to ateh lew view s of the prospect
- HE Whole Stock of No. 0 1 .ri,,, before s, wtlich will enable as to shorten the road
belonging to the Estate of the late WILt- to Iltniiate perfection.
zitat ANDRa.ws, deceased, would be disposed o tI Iti T thts woru, Scienre, which is of non tarty, will
reasonable terns,. and the payment made conve:). equally distribute her lavours to all. It i, aimowed-
ilut. The Stuck, which is vell abstarted, coUsitst of ly i w;, mk of. ractiiaal utility, ill which all are qual-
i;nportel and A mrneican Bo iks and Stationary, with ly coulierned. Its ol-ject is to make that ours,
such articles as are usually s-id it a Bookstoie. One which may subserve both publiek and private in-
yeai's lea se of the Store will be inciu. ed in the tereot. To practical information all other objects
sale. The stock is equai in .oodiiess and variety to are merely secondary ; speculative opi'oius will
any other in town of the saiam ani.nt-thie Stand therefore as seldom as possible'be obtrided.
is very goud. having been a Bookstore a great num- A selection will be made for the Empoiium,u
ber of years, and the ustomn is verve considerable, which will render it a kind of text book to our citi-
No better opportunity o.uld present to a person zeus, and which, if succebsfuily continued, it ishop-
wishing to establish himself in this line of business, ed wiil prove a valuable library of useful knowledge
For further particulars, inquire at said Store, or of to every c!ass of society.
E. T ANDRaWs, Executor to the Estate. Although what has been mentioned will frirm the
TO BE LET, to a small respectable prominent features ofou' puhlicition, it is intend.
family, one half of a c nvenient IOUsE p;easant- ed likewise to preserve on its pages such insulated
ly situated in Summer-street, consisting of a par- facts as may hereafter pr've useful. Miscel!anetous
luur, kitchen, and thiee or four clianimers.-Ient obiervatirns of practical tendency, together with
2i50 Doilars. Inq-iire as above. apail 24 as,-eral uintor, though not uninteresting subjects of
rO(^xT D info;i nttioa,wvill,it is expected, afford a repast to all
IRON.-Rtenoval. persons wtil feel interested in the advancement of
FRANCIS WYMlAN, has removed about a quar- science.
Later of a mile from the Store he lately improved Not.ithstaudingl- it is designed principally to at-
to that large and commodious Store, formerly (.0 lind toi theprogressive state of science in Europe,
copied by Mr. Asa Niehols, (a few tod west of the irm whencewe nimust reasonably look for inforima-
Tavern, lately improved by Mr. S. Ciltier now oc- tion tot many years to come,, yet original papers of
cupied by Isaiah King, and nearly opposite Mr. our county of ieal meiit, anl of practical tenden-
Benjamin Bigelow's) at the corner ofthe new road cy, will at all times be cheerfl'Ily received, and
to Brighton, where he now has, and will constantly promptly cminmunicated to the public.
keep tor sale, Of the manner in whielh this work will be conduct-
A complete assortment of IRON-ShEEL ; Nail ed, it becomes the Editor to be silent. Industry
Rods; Ploughshare; Axletree, sod Bar Moulds ; will not be waul.ing, if health permits. Of the la-
Nail Plates ; Sheet Iron ; Horse Nail Ri'ds ; Iton hour aetlnding it, he is in some degree qualified to
and Steel drawn for Sleigh Shoes ; Gernan Steel judge, from having( conducted a periodical work on
Seythls; Iron Shovels ; Axes; Halimmarsi Smiths medicine to the extent of several volumes. It is his
Vices; Anvils, &c. intention to persevere in this undertaking as long
Also-Wfudow Glass; Gun Powder; Wheel as le may be favoured wirhi public patronage, and
Boxes, Nails, &c. All of the first quality, which if he can through it contribute to the hiterests of his
ee will sell for cash only, as cheap as can be pur- country, his foudest wishes will he accomplished.
chased in Boston. JOHN REDMAN COXE.
Purchasers will find a strict adherence to the Philadelphia, April 1, 51S.
principle of small profits and frequent sales."- -I ., Ill p I '-..
Also, superior accommaodations for Cuiting or Bend- I. The Emporium of Arts and Sciences will be
ng lars of Iron. 6w Cambridlge, op 24. published monthly ; the first number will appear in
M SSalem Street Academy.rn May ext. ,
Si E. T~ a Shol fr Yin II. Eaeh number will contain 80 pages, illustra-
R.LATHROP,opened a School for Young ted withnot less than two, and somctiLes three en.
Ladies, Yesterday, (4th of May) He wivl maddi. gravings. It will !.eoccasi,,nly eniliched with hand.
lion to the usual branches of education, teach the some and striking likenesses of eminent min ol1
Clements ol Natural Philosophy, to such pupils as Europe and Amertca, from arigintti cngiavilgs no-v
may be desirous of instruction in that useful and in the pouses.ion of the publisher.
pleasing science. Hours of attendance from 6 to IIL. The qi.ality of the paper, and the style of
8, A. M,-and from 5 to 6 o,clook, P M. Te. ma the printing and engraving will be- equal to any, and
- 8 pr. Quarter. May 5 superior to the greater part of similar pablcatiolns
Moses W'tillach, its Eturopse.
oses W lchd 'IV. The price of the tmpsrium will be seven dol-
Near the G/aiTs-touse, lars per atnnum, one half to be paid every six
NTENDING to relinquish his present line- months, in advance.
of Business offers to sell his Stock of Milita- kzt- The names sf the sulburibers to lis Tmpoti-
ry Articles, for Cash, r Credit, on the lowest um'willbe givens at the conclusionof the second
terms, which consists of a largevariety inaddi- i volume.
tion to Pistols, Rifles, Fowling Pieces, and oth- I Nu subscription will be taken for less thlan one
er articles for Sportsmen; he has two hundred year.
Stands of A ms, with Bayonets conmplite, of Subscriptions and communications (post paid) wil
English make,fit for actual service with Calibers be received by the pui i-her, JOSEPH DELA
in the Law of the U. States, Cartridge Boxes, PLAINE; or oEsWAitu PsAItIEB, No 178, Market-
Belts, Scabbards, PriminE Wires and Brishes, street, Philadelphia; and CHAKLES W LLIAM S
Knatsacks.-Also, all Military articles for May No. 8,Sate..street, li-stoni.
Inspection, to be Sold or Loaned. -
Military information given for all grades for .,'" -'"."-
current money. 6t march 27 .. '.'.i.'. .-..
For Sale, i'

S A new SHIP, '75 feet '..... ..
A. .4L.'? a keel-27 feet beam- 13 1-2 lover _._- .- -' .-=-- .' -'
t-." -.'A hole-6 feat between decks, well cal- ?OR Sale, by
Sculpted to earry and sail, builtinle t JO s. ,.1 '.' P. BRADLEE,
..--i. best manner, arid completely finished Ao. iC, [uir's-Io',
uot iying at -Johnson's whtrf, Soutlh-Enl New- WINTER STRAINED OIL, of the
buryport. Apply to BENJAMIN PIERCE, at Istquality, forfamilie 'use, intin Cjannistcrs of
said wharf, or o EBEN IOLL!NSi Boston, .10 alonsech, and kegsof15 gallons each.
5 7 t *jan.17 tf

.'Yo 40, corner of Warretn and Orange streets.
T'HE Publick a -e respectfully informed, that
I this NEW LIVERY STABLE is now op-
ened, and ready to receive the smallest favuurs.
To deserve the support of Town and Ccnntry, ev.
ery exertion shall be. made. Gentlemen in town may
here HIlRE some very excellent HORSES and
CHAISE, and SADDLE HORSES, on very mode-
rate terms; and those who wish to-BOARD out
their Hotses may depend upon the strictest atten-
tion and the best of provender, and may test assur-.
ed that there is not a better accommodated Livery
in Boston. Getesmen frsom the country will find this
newv Stand peculiarly convenient lor their CARRI-
AGES, the yard being neat, capacious, and perfect-
ly sa(e, and the t,.ble very commodioun i f r ibhir
HOR.iES, BAGGAGE, &c. towards which every
ca,'e vill be promptly afforded. Determined to
give general satisfaction to Towu and Country Cus-
tomets i liberal share of patronage is soicited. The
business will be c -.i .- ,.l uaierr ths immediate
care of Adonijah While, an experienced and faithful
man, who has been for some years past in the em-
ploy of Mr Jesse Mayo. Call and be satisfied.
,Bosloi, May 5, 181-2,

Summer Establishment of the Mid-
1 M die Line Stages.
L ROM Boston to Hartford through New-Hay-
en to New-York which is the nearest road that has
as yet ever been made. Leaves Boston every
Monday W,d. esday and Friday at 3 o'clock, A.
M. breakfast at Hillbrook's in Medfield, dine at
Cunninghatm's in Pomfret, and arrives at Bennet's
in Hartford, 5 o'clock, P. M. Leaves Hartford ev-
ery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday immediate-
ly on the arrival of the New York Mail at 3o'eloek
A. M. breakfast at Bicknell's in Mansfield dine
at Jacobs in Thompson, and arrives at Trask's,
(sign of the Indian Queen) Boston at 6 o'clock
P. M.
No pains shall be lacking on our part
to render the rout of the Passenger pleasing and a-
greeable, as we have experienced Drivers, fleet
and kind horses, and comfortable Sages.
The above line intersects a Stage at
Pornfret from Providence to Hartford and New.
Haven through Hartford to ProvideAce,. Ext.a
Carries at all times if neeccs ary.
A Stage leaves Hartford every morn-
ing for New-York.
Stage Books kept at the Indian Queen
Bronifield's lane,qBoston, and at Bennett's Coffee
House, Hartford
'The above line commences running on Monday
4th of Ma.', from Boston.
DAVID WILB )W, Medfield.
ABEL J-\C, BS. Tompson.
DYER CLARK, Ashford.
'May 5 JOHN BABCOCK Jr Hartford

Umbrella &' Parasol ...,..

OFFERS for sale, at his Manufactory, No.
23, Court-streer, Wholesale and Betail a
large assortment of UMBRELLAS, PARA-
SOLS, &c.--Among which are extra large
Do Common,
Gingham, UMBRELLAS ;
Oil Cloth,
Parasols with Chin's Tops ;
Do Common do ;
Silk Fringes. ALso,
A great variety of Canes, consisting of
bambooo, )
MahtccaJoints, CANES.
India do. :
and Common,
Also-Biliard Balls, and a variety of other
articles in his line of buisinels.
N. B. Umbrellas and Parasols, repaired as a-
bove, on short notice. tf april24

Saddle, Cap K Harrness i3'akers.
M/ANU FACTURE and se'l, by whoesa!le or
retail, at No 14 Mar/boro'-ttreet, Boston,
Wjhale !,on1 and steel spring Saddi.s,
IrLopard and calf skin Shaftoes,
Best plain hog 'skin Saddles,
Jockey and doe skindo.
Lad-ie's best plain hog skin and cqtilted doe
skin Side Saddles, of different prices and
Leopard skin Housings, mounted with gold
or silver,
Illsset and japanned Hi iters,
Iussar cavalry, and infantry Cans,
Embroidered and plain Sword Belts,
A conmlete ass-rtment of Military Spurrs and
Bridle Orinamsnts.
OF every description manufactured and sold
upon as god terms .as can be purchased
in the United States.
First and second rate coach if gig Harness,,
Tandem aud curricle do.
Waggon and cart do of different prices,
Cars, of the first quality, and warranted
not to gall the horses.
Curb and tsnffl: Brid'es,
1Horse Clothes, in complete suit, Sheets and
Rulers separate
Salid leather Travelling Trunks.
Horse hide and seal skin Trunks and Port
Elegtaut fancy morocco Trunks, hy the nest
or single.
Made to ary size or cuhluir.
A handeeiae account to wbolesals pur.
chasers, M .y 1

Petr.'j K Pond,
Corner MXilk and India -St'e 1 ...- "e
"T ANDINp on India-street, i-..riact Tru,e
JLA American-33 hhoa. ie-i quuelil retilan-
Molasses-22 hhds. g.I. d- tl '.1 Rum.
For Eastport,
S Sch. Helenia, 90 tns, willtake
freight on moderate terms if
,SS flhr.,ch-d i1 1 inre.,,,thI mj
i.-..v:, (',I,,./,:, }Ace, cit.
dia-street, have for sale, landing from sloop
Dolphin-61 hhds W. I Ram, good flavour.
F'romscliri Ansor-20 -idJ ,',r,,-a. Moo;asses.
"' ci ." .
The brig FORNAX,l' 3tuni bar.
S then, performed but Cor \.nyaSe,
T7_ D and is in perfect order and well
tuundrin very respect, sails and carries well. Ap-
ply a. a!ove emay 5



M R. ROUL' TuLF. ieirrs ba sincere tha ksi
to the i.., r.a e,-,t'i in al,.u e hehas bhid
the pleasure o ,,nuru..tinLr, aoi ...uld inform thbAe
who would w ,h .. t.' t a, ,, Ir. a polite and
gracefUl manner of Riding, that his : ping and Sum-
mer School has commenced.. Mr R. has the plea-
sure of informing thuse !adies and gentlemen wh
wish for exercise lhat will produce hea tr. & ,iier,t *
that he can give pleasing and satisfactory evide.nrc
that his school has given relief to the weak and in.
firm. i
The School is kept perfectly warm or cool as the
Season will require, for the infirm as well as healthy
-The exercise of riding is necessary at this time
of year for the health of every one--He has the best
of broke horses for the invalid and new beginner.
Theb days of instructing the ladies will be Tues-
days, Tihursdays and Saturdays, to commence at :
o'clock A. M.-The gentlemen on Mondays, Wed-
nesdays and Fridays, from S till 8, A M. on ite l..I-
lowing terms -
Ladies t-,elve Lessons including dis.
Horses twjce a week,days and > .. i. 00
hour when convenient; ,
Lessons on the Road, 2 00
Gentlemen in classes sixteen Les-'
sons, two lessons a week days 16 00
and hour when convenient, )
Siogle Lessons, 50
Horso for each Lesson, 5-
Lesson on the road, 2 00
Military Gentlenen taught the l
Horse Exercise from the drill' 20 0
to thl attack in speed i8 lessons.-
Mr. R. has the pleasure to inform-
those gentlemen that he has by theory and practice
been engaged in that useful and manly exercise-
Thei English Horse Exercise, &c. additional cuts and
guard, ,i -I., ,, r, u. .,, .r,, C lo-els, N.t1.
jors, I '."' i't d Q ,.t r ,1' ,.:- .u The proper
method of giving and lecsiving orders from superi-
our to inferiour Officers, when on Parade-and Sa-
Mr. R. has erected Rings and Heads in his riding
School, for the Cavalry and mounted Officers for the
practice of points and cuts-this ij very .rTi,. ,ant
to cavalry discipline.

I. Every Gent;eman will pay in advance, for ena
trace, ten dotars.
2. Every Lady, do five dollars.
3. Every Lady and Seatleman will attend the day
and hour agreed upon, sickness excepted, for
4. A class is not to consist of mores than eight Gen-
tlemen. -
5. Ladies after going through their lessons complete,
will be admitted to ride in the School for amuse-
mentand practice, for fifty cents, horse included,
6. Gentlemen after going through their lessons
complete, will be admitted to ride in the School
for amusement and practice, for saventy-five cts.
horse included.
7. No spectator we.:I be admitted when the Scholars
are riding.
o-Application or admittance of Scholars, apply a
the School, Sheal's Lane, near the bottort of the
. Ladies' and Gentlemen's horses and
Officer chargers broke and completely managed on
reasonable terms. ap 27
W.1 TCe -. 17, ,
R ESPfECTFULLY informs ,1ie i.,h.i.l'*.'a:
of Boston andl ;r 1 i-.i" ',, tl.ar hi- lias ta-
ken ,h',p, No 9, E~ i ...' ;B.I|, ||.,, '- opposite
the 1i'ostOffice r i ..- ,- C i- I iousu)
where he will und..r'al,- t..i i :-.ir \Vatches of
every desoil)tion, whether pain r-r "m'Tipli ..13
Hai ig g been regularly brought up 'u:. ., V'!i,..
Mr,,'ifactory, wkelehe spent nine years to in-
form himself in the different branches of'Watch
Making, with the audition of seven yrars expe.
rience at repairing, and likewise having furnish
ed hiisielf at great expense with every tool
that experience has found to be useful, he flat-
ters himself with thui hope that as an inhabitant
of t-his State, he sha! enjoy in rt, n fr.r, with oth-
er gentlemen of th- profession a share of pub-
lick patronage. I the interum of business he
isas always indulged himself with the pleasures
of suggesting improvements to his trade, and
for the seven last years he has permitted his
thoughts tovwander out of the lire of his pro-
fession which has terminated in the discovery
of the
SBy this Scale all artib-
^ ^- sc es ar'e weighed with
-^ Ilthe greatest facility,gold
T ~ in particular, when put:
S into the Sciale Uish anin-
dex hand moves rooiusd
upon a graduated cihl'e-
withl figures shewintg
S -'-\^~"~sSsTa^ the exact weight in pwt.,
fit;"5"- '- .3 and grains, ;nd at the
s;.me time covers other
circles shewinig" thie ex-
act value ia dollars and cents, whether' Eng ish,
French, Spanish or 'Portuguese, all without ap-
plication of weights er access to a table; and
by a hydnstatick apparatus attached to the
scale the purity and goodness ot Gold or Sliver
is quickly aesertaiaed upon athei. gradua'cd
circles t and likewise the specifick gravity of
fluids are correctly shewn, Uuch as proof of
spirits, .c. For fourth ;r particulars please t'
call as above, where they at. for sale or exami-
ntion. Also, for sale, a few good English and
Fiench Watchles-likewise a1 few of his owa

All those who areirdebted to him for good
or service while at Caritbridge, ai e invited to-
call and.suttle their acrcouns.
N. 13. To correct an error sare have fallen
intto by the external appearance of the abiva
scale, the public are assured that there is not
any sr'ring attached mt) itbut runs upon a ccmni
anon iuItumn. ap 1-