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: June 2, 1812
Publication Date: 1811-1813
Frequency: semiweekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 53 (July 2, 1811)-v. 10, no. 17 (Feb. 26, 1813).
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Published by V.-;LIAM W. CLAPP, (Rogers's Buildings, ANotz Front of tth E change Coffee House.) Edited by JOHN PARK.

ioour Dolls. Per Ann.


[No. 44.-VoL.. IX.

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A ein' m ill be delivered before"trheBibl e London, 4pril 20.
X 'S,,oc rie ..-h,,..',, .r PU First Church
on TURSI-. ', ...' 4I .'*, i .~ it 1 'chlok Since our last some German papers have ar-
S Ud ly iDr. BA ,ste; and a ll etion w1o lo a tved; els letters from the Frerech coast to the
be made. The Members of thie Society are no- 16t. r ,' .. -risuhtiSg' o .- ..].. '- -
tined, that, immediately after service, their an- peat all the rumours that have L,.:r i-." 'alt'.
rnat ineeting s. ll be holden for the choice of in consequence. Suffice it to say that the Ger-
Officers. The Trustees are requested to meet man papers notice the march of .rench and
in the Theological Library, at 10 o'clorki, of Austian troops though varies districts as pre-
sain Tl' /arohnPirce, t c ',c paratory to the expected warfare between France
.s.. I.. ..r.. '- and Russia, but they present no new fact of. im-
S HNE5 OTClfe. portance. An Aid d-Damp o".\: rki.]'-r p's-.c'i
-v ts HERE iS at the late meetn of the inhabit- through Magdeburg on the ,.i In of M. rf,, ,:'n
legacy antembied, the ton hof Coon, in dwn meeting on nis-.eturn to St. Petersburgh from Paris.
acar i oerced, to proceed rimmmriatey to enlare The prius te letters-state, that the Emperor of
the Lnti, Schof-Housnin School-street, in such Austria was to quit Vienna about the 16th of
manner as wili be t acoramodate the centre read- March, to proceed to Dresden, where he propo-
n, writing and. grammar Schools.-Nrtine is here.e seod to wait the arrival of Bonaparte.
t.y giv"ie that tint Subs(nriber wiltl refe-ive proposals --
untul the, 15ih o! .Ivrener next, from any persons who Jl FL.AG O.F TRUCE.
may he disposed to contact to execute the work a- There is little doubt that it contains some O-
bove naei.lirnesd, ai d to furnish mntenals theiefnr., verture tor negotiation. Before Bonaparte goes
The plnar and a prticu!ar desetiption of th.e ,'ork to war against Russia he invites us to a negotia-
may be seen, by apptlyngr to the Subscriberr at tion perhaps under the mediation of Austria
tauuiel Hall. By order if ihescrhol Com'nrte. or some other 1cwer. If his overture be not
CHA.it.ES bULFINCli, (C/aimnan. accepted, he will then, s hlie did previously
Boston, May C3, 1812. to the war with Prussia, attempt to throw upon
A "7.'" us lie odium of continuing the war.
S cri i(.'. n lWe request our readers to recollect what are
'J*1 F; subscriber. haring boon appoinfeni by the the only terms upon which Bonaparte declares
B. fron. JAMES PaESCOTT, Judge 'f (tre Court of lie will make peace, and upon which, we need
Probate, in anad tor the County of M idesex, to re- not say, wc can never consent to make peace.-
ceive aod ex.aiiiile the Clanis of tile several Credit- They are.
o a tihe estatef n That fi'ee ships sAall make free -. I;
Satmluel NicholOson, And that we shall renounce our system of
tlae of Clharleiownmi,i stid C.. .'I .re deceas- blockade ; in other word, that we shall aban-
el, intestate ; heresy give .-i .. -, '- ix months djori all our' mariit mne rights.
'rorn the thirteenthi instant, are allowed to said ''The'despatches from Franca were laid ;,,.,
'<:editors to bring in arid prove their claims, and the Regent this morning, and were submitted
tiat wur shall attend bhat service at tin uofice of John to a Catinet Council.
'o;y ii said CIhrestowt, on Thursday the twenty- Gur answer will be sent offprobably tomorrow
int tda eti May instant, and on the first Thtnrsday by a flag of truce to Calais.
ot the five following month.i, iroe four to. six o'clock We have inserted from a vast number of pa-
i. une afternoon o each o'f said days for the puro- pers and letters received this morning, accounts
-es aforesaid. JOHN sOLEf, j Coammisioni from different parts ofthe Country-from Che-
NAfHAN ADPAIS, 5 ers. shire, from Yorkshire, from Corirwall, &c.-
Chiael esto, a' 15 1815 ,ray a10. There have een some disturbances at Maccles-
O'' iL ?.' Fit- IIh brhl.l e 1t1. t I 1..1 tl 1: field in the course of the last week, hut they
.A I subscriber has been du!y appointed execu- have been quelled, and there was no appear-
cr of the last will arnd r.. cr.-. ..f ance ofa renewal of them when our letter came
CCj' 'NT' away.
Sof Boston, in the ontof Sf Esquire At Sheffield every thing remains quiet, and
dte of Boston, in the Coonty of Suffo!k, Esquire the apprehensior.s entertained of disturbances
ecby gieasvi bo:d has taken la ..... ,,...I.II .,. trust- on Saturday proved unfounded.
by giving bonds as the lav. J ,..c.-.,. I '1 pe At Stockport al was quiet-Manchester is
sons having demands upon the estate of the said At Stcpor all was quie- neer i
Cornelius Durant are required to exhibit the perfectlyornw thery.
same, and all persons indebted to the said estate work, and we cannot find from the Yorkshire
are cal'cd upon to make payment to work, and i- cannot find from tIre Yorkshire
ate ca d rd upon to hake n papers any confirmation of the accounts in the
Andrew Ritchi-,j Lin. Ex'r. Morning Chronicle of Saturday of arms having
mavy 9, 18si. been seized in Huddersfield, or of the utmost
S i-.l consternation prevailing throughout the West
SI LRiding.
'-. ,nC,-i,i. ',.2 beer, uuny alipuitied Adiminlro We are sure we shall not be disappointed in
trator t r. I t*I- ,1. 1 our expectations that the proverbial good sense
F E'-L,. EXVA S, of the people will convince therm that the des-
iate bf Bo6sten, in the county of Suffolk, Sirver- traction of mtaclhinery cannot amend the market
smith, deceased, and has taken upon him- for oir manufactures, but must render them
'sch that tiust, by giving bonds as the law directs.- more unworthy of competition with the manu.-
And all persons having demands upon the estate of fractures of other countries-and that tumult
S .. _._.._ .. .ire _toS rxh ir the :,n..(isaatif..at'iu.: c i] e stead o(i removing
-.- m,,1 .1i r.., ... '. ,L. .. J to the said estate. or alleviating the calamity of scarcity.
are called upon to make payment to This morning a Heligoland mitail arrived, but
RUFUS FARN.l Addm'r. it brings.nio news.
March 30, 1812. mn I9. Price of Stocks, 5 per cent, Cons. 60 5-9 S-4--
3 per cent, Red. 59 5 8 3.-4-Consols for Ace.
T TOTICE is hereby given that the 60 3 47-8.

"r Subscriber has been duly appointed Admin-
eor to the estate of
Joshua V. Read.
lte of Bo;ton, in the county of .: '_ Grocer,
deceased, and has taken upon i.i-. crl that
trust by giving bonds, as the law directs.
iAndall- 'i...- .n .i-, .,- r,'' i 1, ., the estate of
,'hesaidj .. t .' 'r qj' ed to exhibit
thesam e; ar. i ll : .. i cl.r.:.L i. .I .: Aid es-
t a T e a r e 1 :_. : i .: 1 : I 1 '- 1 .. fr,: f
J !in li. ...J !. ,, .*
May i1. 1812. m!9
NOTICE is hereby given, that
tk'e Subscribershaxtv beeu duly appointed
executors to the last will and cestament of
Sally Gardner,
late of Cambr'die, in the county of Middlesei,
spinster deceasedtestate,and has taken upon them
selves that trust by givingbonds as th.e law directs
And all persons having demand upon the estate
of the said deceased are required to exhibit the
'same ; and all persons indebted to said estate are
called upon to make payment to
James P. CLrlin, ,r
TCambridge, may 1i. John Gardner,
may a6
Copartnership Dissolved.
-g'HE copartnership heretofore subsisting nn
3 der the firm of Wcright & Vaoghn, is this
*day dissolved by mutualconsent A'.lperso.as
having demands against said firm are called
apon to present the same for payment, and all
persons indebted to said firm are called upon
to make payment without delay to either of the
subscribers. at No 12, Cambridge-street
Boston, May 13, 1812. m19
N otice..
ANY Person inclined to invest the sum of 3
or 4,000 dollars where it will produce 4
or 500 dollars annually, will hear of an opportu-
nity by leaving a line at the Repertory Office-
directedto H. en3t may 26.
HE Copartnership between the subscribers,
in the business of Brokerage, under the firm
of BELLOWSi& COCHRAN,is this day dissolv-
ed by mutual consent. All persons indebted to
the said partnership are requested to make pay-
ment to WILLXIAM COOCHRAN, who is authoriz-
ed to receive the same ; and all persons hav-
ing demands against the said partnership are
requested to exhibit the same to said Cochran
for settlement. Joseph Bellows, jun.
.Boston, May 23, 1811. William Cochran.
@g -William Cochran, continues to
transact the business of a BROKER, at No. 15,
aIanted-A few Shares in the
Massachusetts and Boston Banks. m26
O. VIII. is this day published, containing Hen-
ry the Fourth, and Henry the Fifth,
Those persons who wish to possess this cheap
edition of Shakspeare upon the original conditions,
have an opportunity until the publication of the
next number. The conditions are, Fifty Cents for
each Number, (18 numbers) or Eight Doloars the
set, if paid in advance, MUNRQR & FRANCIS,
No, 4, Gcornbil. may 36

Frontiers of Juna'ry. March 6.
The Grand Vizer, after establishing ois c0om-
munications VJith the inferior of Bulgaris, and
reviewing the troops at Schumla, has taken the
road to Adrianople. It is reported that the ob-
ject ofhis journey is merely to ...- '; ;e'A March
ofthe.troops coming from Asia, while others im-.
agine that he will proceed to Contantinople, rat
ordef to submit the plan of the ensuing cam-
paign to the Grand Seignior.
.Lintz, March 8.
For tihe last month scarcely a day has passed
without numerous detachments of French caval.
ry and infantry arriving from Laybaco, Cilly, and
its environs. On tlhe 22d February a train of
artillery, arrived. The troops have received or-
ders to assemble here, We learn that another
corps of6000 men of 34 pieces of cannon, and
drawn by 400 horses, arrived, which is tO as-
semble in the neighbourhood 'at Botzen, is on
its route from Italy.


The following highly interesting State Papers
are copied from the London and Bristol papers :
At the Court at Carlton-Hlouse, the 21st day
of April, 1812, present, his Royal Highness the
P'ince Regent in Council.
WHetREAS the government of France has, by
an official report, communicated by its Minis-
ter of Foreign Affairs to the Conservative Sen-
ate, on the 10th of March last, removed all
doubts as to the perseverance of that Govern-
ment. in the assertion of principles, and in the
maintenance of a system, not more hostile to
the maritime rights anid commercial interests
of the British Empire than inconsistent with
the rights and independence of neutral nations,
and has thereby plainly developed the iriordi-
nate pretensions which that system, as promul.
gated in the decrees of Berlin and Milan, was
frcm the first designed to enforce.
And whereas His Majesty has invariably pro-
fessed his readiness to revoke the Orders in
Council adopted thereupon, as soon as the said
Decrees of the enemy should be formally and
unconditionally repealed, and the commerce of
Neutral nations restored to its accustomed
His Royal Highness the Prince Regent (anx-
ious to give the most decisive proof of His Roy-
al Highness's disposition to perform the engage-
ments of His Majesty's Government) is pleased,
in the name and on the behalf of His Majesty,
and by and with the advice of Majesty's' Privy
Council, to order and declare, and it is hereby
ordered and declared that if, at any time here-
after, the Berlin and Milan Decrees shall, by
some authentic act of the French government,
publicly promulgated, be absolutely and un-
conditionally repealed, then, and from thence-
forth, the Order in Council of the 7th day of
January 1807, and the Order in Council of the
26th day of April, 1809, shall,without any fur-
ther order, be, and the same are hereby declar-
ed from thenceforth to be wholly and absolute-
ly revoked; and further, that the full benefit of
this order shall be extended to any ship or car-
go captured subsequent to such authentic act
of repeal of the French Decrees; although an-
tecedent to such repeal such ship or vessel
shall have a ommencad ani shali bhay been in

the prosecution of a voyage which, under the the i .'-. e aid ir'Aru.ItusC 01. t,,cc, "J -- //
said Orders in Council, ororne of them, would her confederates, to pass the ocean in security, 7 /
have subjected her to capture and condemna- whilst the subjects of Great Britain are to be in ,' ,' ',./.
tion; and. the claimant or" ..-. [.,p or cargo effect proscribed from a!l, commercial r -t-- ._ __ ...
which shall be captured or brought to dll...J.ii course with other nations ; and the produce and ,:..,.. .. ,r' 1... .
cation, on account of any alleged breach of manufactures of these realms are to be exclud- __
either of the said Orders in Council at a- ed from every country in the world, to ,which T r. c' r.5- ul' T1H 1. STATES.
ny time .-'ut, :..'; .r 1isuch -,rh.;.i,i 1. a.-t of the arms or the influence of the enemy can ex- I .e..,-|a, i' .rii ,[ as ar: il nl. ;
repeal by the ,..1 ,,. r-,,:. l,..., .. :th- tend. roduacedl by the ex;aosure oI p,...l ,, 0 .
ot.any furth-. rd-' ..r .-.:sl ,i ,n on tile Such are I i .;.n-n,nI,-l tod'whiltc the British n -c e tumult of party .. ,
part of His M..) *' rn-,nr ,-.r, this sub- Government is summoned to submit-to [tie a- this awful crisis, it ma', peei;.-'-e be ofsorme
ject, be at liberty to give in evidence in the abandonment of its most ancient, essential, and use to call your serious attention -, '."i ..fthe
high Courts of Admiralty, or any Court of Vice undoubted maritime rights. Such is the code i ch.aracterick anomalies of the time.
Admiralty before which such ship or cargo by which France hopes, uttpder the cover of a f your bonourable body, so; :, ....
shall be brought for adjudication, that such re- neutral flag, to render her commerce unassail- been induced to thinlc, that in Q : o :i j
peal by the French Government had been, by able by sea: whilst she proceeds to invade or to ir,g compact with France, they are under an in.
such authentic act, promulgated prior to such incorporate with her own dominions all states. dispensable obligation to vote for a declaration
capture ; and upon proof thereof, the voyage that hesitate to sacrifice their national interest of war against G. Britain ; others although the
shall be deemed and taken to have been as at command, and, abdjcating their just rights feel not the force of any such compact, are yet
lawful as if the said Orders in Council had nev- to adopt-a code by which they are required to of the opinion, that cniitrrl.,itrwihthe course
er been made; saving, nevertheless, to the cap- exclude under, the mask of mutiicipal regril- of our public pi,',c.:.,li,,, i,.- .a .,,-.. with-
tors such protection and indemnity as they tion,what r is British, .am rthi-r dominions. hold lh-ir votes for such a d.' 1 l..r\r, *: r
may be equitably entitled to in the judgment The I" e.i t-.. these I -., ,;, demands there are, it is sail,, li.. 1. ...I- ,l'. trr a
of the said Court, by reason of their ignorance, is, that so,r .,' tilr,.. principles were adopted t .-i ,.,Ipl, r, of war :,'C ,,, .t (i,, li ',r, to any
or uncertainty as to the repeal of the French by voluntary compact in the treaty of Utrecht ; measure that could be devised 7 .le % :1.'1.: of
Decrees, or of the recognition ofsuchrepeal by as if a treaty once existing between two partd- eren. As to the last class, should there unhap-
His Majesty's Government at the time of such cular countries, founded on special and reci- pily be any such,. they are really too far below
capture. procal considerations, binding only on the consideration to merit any kilid -of animadver-
His Royal Highness, however, deems it prop- contracting parties, and which in the last sion. But with respect to the other two cas-
er to declare, that, should the repeal of the treaty of peace between the same powers ses, iu so fair as they seem to consider the pro-
French Decrees, thus anticipated and provided had rot been revived, were to be regarded as posed war as a national calamity, 1ii. i. to be
for, prove afterwards to, have been illusory on declaratory of t di public law of nations, forced upon us by*circumstances against' their
tions thert of the enetill; andctica shouldthly red ostr t is needless for His Royal Highness t wishes, they manitst a disposition to avert it,
vived by the enemy t -(rci.- nred will be demonstrate the injustice of such pretensions. o-1 .d.i 4 .iIl, Le ,.1.,, It is, -1,. ,-.1,.:.
compelled, however reluctantly, after reasons e might otherwise appeal to the practice tl-, I -. ih ad become
compelled, however i ctantly, a r reason, of France herself, in this and in fornier wars ; decorum, a few observatisons c'ilril':ted to show-
ble notice, to V1 ,- i ,,.. to such measures L IQt Ti. o i-
of retaliation as my .1 q be just andand to hler old established codes of maritime 1st Tl.t ll,, is not at ti.- I .,y iy -
neessary, law ; it islj- I,.:, It h '.-' lm-,. ir w demands o'f ingcompact with l- ,:,r-. ,,r, ,_,l he Q
And the Right Honourable the Lords Commis- e enem y -. r .. ..i .ire from those 2tilio ofthe rr,,,an,, ust,: .
sioners of His Majesty's 'Treasy, His M ajes conditions .'1I -h;chii r e .-.i .1 repeal of the g, d. That the arrangement. ii.:1I I, as.:r.
tys P'inpa Secretaries of State, tIe Lords encherees Was accepted by Amenrica ; and put of the act ofucongress of% .,2. di;d it e-
Commissioners of the Admiralty, and the Judg- npon l ii 1, .. e.- errr ., ,.,tL h t *ha nt veon t mo ktor, .,,,t..... J *. t.~ t r.,-.t
es of the Courts ofVice-Admiratry, are to take revocation tre ; ,r Ord rs n in .,g ,',.a-r on cnrt e st.r ,,
the necessary measures herein as r. tl,Ir. -hall in Counc .
respectively appertain. I !L 'YND. His 'Royal Highness, upon a review of all d. That consistecy, instead ofrequiring;
these cirnut'rt-fnce?, feels persuaded, that so es actually forbid such a declaration of war.
IMPORTANT DECLARATION. soon a.- I.,,, r.. ,, I ,leclri,...si, by the govern- self th occTheremar, which in the outset present
LONDON, APRIL 22. ment of Fr'ance, of its unabated adherance to the that a compact with a
This morning the f.i1..., .r- Declaration was principles and provisions oftheBearlinandci!ac taoreign power cannot, agreeably to our consti-
published by His Majesty's Government Decrees, shall be known in .America, the govern- ttion, b trmled on the -, ,t e L' ,..
The Government of France, hav-ing y an o the United Staes, actuated not less byan ent of a ere actof the legislat.nr- S a t i"s"es--:.
official report communicated by its minister for a snrse of justice to G'reast Britai, than by what the g ene, A e ..a inr:,lt .r.r. -' lI,- t,-
Foreign Affhirs to the conservative Senate on is due to t vown ( '-~nity will be disposed to re- rents, t,,sr. r ., prI,.-. ... -0I, l, I .r '-I
the 10lh day of March last, removed all doubts cal those i,, .,,r.: ui, hostile exclusion, which, tieularl ahd t -...-
as to the perseverance of that Government in under amisconception ofthe real view &conduct 1"" er hl '".e ,- .h.,. i rr .- i.1;.:-
the assertion of principles, arid in the mainten. of the French government, America has exclu. I` l. l ._ id r' .. as-'-.....' .... ,., ,.,,. .m ..ari t
ance of'a system not more hostile to the mari- sively applied to the comHnrerce and ships of "*, '". p,.rll,, te I:. .d. .. h, i,..:,. ...
time rights and commercial interests of the war of Great-Britain. ti rer,, tLt L rtteprsident and senate. The
British Eml.pire,than inconsistent with the rights To accelerate a result so advantageous to a r I, can by us be considtei -.I
and independence of neutral Nations ; and hav- the true interests of both countries, and so con- people of cotduct to the executive, di.ecte !-u
ing thereby plainly developed the inordinate ducive to the reestablishment of perfect friend- p errdent, in a stated 'eenttoes it drted ou
pretensions which that system, as promulgated ship between them ; and to give a decisive watibn declaring the fact, and it m,: _.,_,.i
in the decrees of Berlin and Milan, was from proof of His Royal Highness' disposition to per- r people te course og rac e, it z: on that fi,.
the first designed to enforce ; His Royal High- form the engagements of Ilis Majesty's govern- behg.p roclaimed, was to take place in relation
ness the Prince Regent .,. .,. ,. the name and ment, by revoking the Orders ;n Council, when- to France and Great Britain. t, per ls, could
on the behalf of His Majesty, deems it proper ever the French. Decrees shall be actually and 'not be coansi Gredat Britains itaperse, co'I'
upon this formal and authentic republication unconditionally repealed : His Royal Higehness to be sigered by ats cns a pr-es is ,, ,.r, i"t t,..
of the principles of those decrees, thus publick- the Prince Regent has been this day pleased, in ally competents, to the ma kis ong of such n oer
ly to declare his Royal Highness's deterinina- the name and on the behalf of His Majesty, and tue. This powrhas meen o
tion still firmly to resist tihe introduction and by and with the advice of His Majesty's I' o '1. h, i ,s ,power has been ., ..... .,-.
establishment of this arbitrary code, which the Council, to order and declare : '.., ,-._.. I .
Government of France openly avows its pur- That if at any time hereafter the Betr!iand I .- I i. 1 t- .: -.. -. -
poseto impose by force '.pon the wotld, us the Oia.n Dcerucs -,:i, by some authentic act of I:,L ,, ....,, t -., ... .
lws Fron tetimethat *, the French government, publicly promulgat- to of late by the executive -, :,,;i ,: and
SFrom te time that 1... I .;.--'. '. ed, be expressly and unconditionally repealed ; L':-, ..,,,,, t, o be ...' aws,
twice, and violence of tlle I .t.,,.-, ..-,,,' .,,,. then and from thence forth, the Orders in Coun- t ,11 t.., -,, ', -which- arc the vleiinat:
iaade it impossible for his Majesty any longer cil of the 7th day of January 1807, and the Or- objects of diplomatic didlScsio and adjust-
to restrain thie exercise of the rights of war der in Council of the 26th day of April' 1309, meant.
within their ordinary limits, without submitting shall, without any further order. be, and the Butt nt may be alleged that in thin case the 6o
to consequences not less ruinous to the co sinme hereby are declared from thenccfoerrh, to verture had been Forma:ly 'prci'nted by the'ex-
merce ofhis dominions, than derogatoryto e be wholly and absolutely revoked ; aad further ecutive to the French :rgoveron'r. nt through our
Right o is croi his Majesty lasr endeavour- that the full benefit of this Order shall be extend- minister at Paris, and that in consequence that
i by a restricted and moderate use of tos ed to any hip o vessel captured usequent to in conse'ince thereof, the. er.of the Duk
rights of retaliation, which the Berlin anil Milan such r urhentiek act of repeal of the Irenih Do- of'Cador-e of te 5t; '' .. 131c, had been cofo-
diececs necessarily called i,,to action, to recon- 'b an 0ienti;k act of rpeal of the French De- ofCadore ofthe 5t;. 1810, had bGen eo .
ec necessarily called into actin, to recon crees although antecedent to such repeal, sue municated. Tothis, the obvious answer is, thaz
cile neutral States to those measures, which ship or vessel shall have commenced, and shall the president has ,, ',, -I. le .., -
the-conduct of the enemy had rendered unavoid- be in the prosecution of a voyage, which, under tution te form wit a ,. .....;,
able: and which his Majesty has at all times the said Orders in Council, or one of them would .,indr,,. on the U. States, ut b a i u
pressed Iris readiness to revoke, so soon as have subjected her to capture and condemns the concurrence of vo-thirds of the senate;.
the Decrees of '. .:ma'-, which gave occasion tion ; aind the claimant cf anly ship or cargo This crude arrang-ement wiat _, r,-'.,i,,., I,
to them, should i, mi. and unconditional- which shall be captured at any time subsequent -...I.hI about in a manner r.. e a. .r i
oy repealed, ad the cmmetce of neutral na- to such authentic act of repeal by the French the constitution, is, it wouAd seem, to be cont-
tio s beres ue d to its ac tomed courseM Government, shall, without any further order or sidered as having all the force and effiet of. .
At a sbsequetperiodofhe war, lisMai eclaratin on the part ofhit Majesty's Govern- treaty ofi.ensive and defensive and under irt
esty, availing himself of the then situation of men on ths subject, be at liberty to giva in baneful and irresistible influeie e, w e
Burope, without abandoning the principle and evidence in the High Court of Admiralty cr any gardless of the interests and comforts of the
object of 'the Orders in Council of November, Court of Vice-Admiralty, before Which such people, to b precipate into al the .
1807 was inaducel so to limit their operation, ship or vessel, or its cargo, shall be brought for tons and privations of war-a war which holds
as aterinallyuto alleviate the restrictions i- adjucation, that such repeal by the French Gov- forth to our view no precise object of national
Council of neutrapril 09,commerce ws substituted in t erlnment ]ad been by such authelitick act pro- importance, immediate or' remote.
roomofhose ovembd the mulgated prior to such capture ; and upon 2d, But the extraordinary phenomeno. n i'n this
room of those of tvember, 1807, andr the re- proof thereof, ti'e voyage shall be deemed and most extraordinary exhibition, is, that even ii
taliatory systeta of Great Britain acte no long- taken to have been as lawful, as if the said Or. the arrangement with France, under ...... ,
er on every country in whicn the aggresive ders in Council had never been made ; saving May, we're a compact binli:g on thie U. State,
measures of the enemy were in force, but Was nevertheless to the captors, such protection and upon the principles of our constitution as wvrel
onufind in its pe ration to France, and to the il"demnity as they may be equitably entitled to, as ,,f ,,,1 Ick law it does not oblige us to d',
countries upon which the French yoke was'most in the judgement of the said Court, by reason of clare war against Great Britain. The act of
strictly imposed; ah d whih had become vir- their ignoraitce or uncertainty as to the repeal cf May contains no stipulation or provision that
tall a part of the doiinions of Friance mai therench Decrees, or of the recognitionrof'such his any relation whatever to war. It merely
nevertheless Uss disatis of ; and their diseatisfac- repeal by his Majesty's Government, at the time declares, that in a certain Ivent tlere should be
tion has been greatly increased by an artifice of suh capture- a non-importation of British products and man-
too successfully employed by the enemy, who His Royal Highness however deems it pro. ufactures, and an exclusion firorm our ports of
has pretended that the Decrees of Berlin and per to .declare, that should the repeal of the British ships, aud that there should, at the sami.r-
Milan were repealed, although 'the Decree af. French Decrees, thus anticipated and provided trime,be a free admission into our puts of Fienchx.
fctling such repeal has never been promulgat- for, afterwards prove to have been illusory on ships. This act of congress, when presented to-
ed ; although a notification of such intended re- the part of the enemy ; and should the restrice- the French government, e's accompanied, not.
peal distinctly described it to be oi conditions, tions thereof be still practically enforced, or re- with any stipulation as he was, but merely wiik
,in which the enemy knew Great Britain could vived by the enemy, Great.Brituirn will be o. an assurance, that its provisions, such as they
never acquiesce ; and although abundant evi- obliged, however reluctantly, after reasonable were, should with good faiths be carried into 'et-
dence has since appeared of their subsequent notice to Neutral Powers, to have recourse to feet. Beyond .this assurance France has, r '-
execution. such measures of retaliation as may then ap- claim upon us, And tl,h .U L ,.-1.1. : .*-. '.
But the enemy hasat length laid aside pear" to be just and necessary." by us, has on tIhe part o. t, .; -.i .,' ., L.-
all dissimulation ; he publicly and solemnly W'estminster April 21, 1812." most seruputlously f'alfilled, although the 'me.
declares, not only that these decrees shall con- perour of the French has nao, even to this day,.
tinue in force, but they shall be rigidly execut- .comniTunicated to our government the dcici'.e
ed until Giorcet Britain shall comply with addi- The Democratick WHIG of Baltimore, contains repealing the Berlin and Milarn i Decres, or ny
ed until Great Britain shall comply with addi.
tional conditions, equally extravagant ; and lie the following :- other equivalent documnent-na:y, although il.
further announces the penalties of those de. LATEST'FROM.FRAV'CE. dispuitable proo,'s exist thattlhe commnerci ud-
vantages snail neunrl irig'hts guarnariteed by ak.ti
crees to be in full force against all nations Mercantile friends have favoured us with let. arrangmes and neuler rihos r guara rted by htia
who shall suffer their flag to be, as it is termed ters front P.;aris dated the 2ith April, fronrm intel- tonemso thamei- ly I. to ourrdcd, at to si sa-
in this Coe, denationalized. of te blck- ligent Americans : their contents are in sub- every dispassionate' ran ithii.e ir ths Mr i.,'-
"Irnf 1f addition to the d isa al of t hirebloc- stancee as follow "No prospect of a favourable on had misunderstood the letter "oft he 5th A'-u-
ade of May 180, aid of the principles on which a.nraeneil wth France, dd people were ur. st o, that-dn lrte has ee ofst eilf
that blockade was established, and in addition prized thet Mr. Barlow should have everindril- grst to tats bOnah. aitr is c t te bei ci liii
to the repeal of the British Orders in Council e the hor. Bar olto- had a ern t urmv- ouly twar' T Am s three is not to be ofet
hIe demands an admission of the principles that of 500,000o men ready for the Northern enxpedi latih ese x-s sd r' or i' go vernment no sti.
the goods ot an enemy carried inder a neutral tion. Westphalia it 'ids thought, wotid be ari- lar',expressd or' i mpiid, w ... ha.. us tuo .
flag, shall be treated as neutral ;-that neutral nexed to France ; Jerome to be transferred to delusion that there is suit i a nopact, it ior
property und o tie flag of an enerm shall he Russian Poland, or elsewhere. But, such was the seem; tihat e has twisted a ki'ot about ceit neck.-
stores alone (to thie exclusion of ship-timwber scarcity of provisions ir Frnce, and so serious by means of which we are dragged against our
and other articles of naval equipment) ishael and alarming were the distirbances in conse- interest and our will into a war, which promni-
be regarded as contraband of war ; and that no quence that -lore t nopriin the emperor no ultimate permanent good, enle anuhicu i cr.
ports shall be considered as lawvfully blockad- Piots had occurred inany rOvittics, and a nbold obti't entail rui upon .,. ., and fsta
ed, except such as are invested or besieged, in ts o discontent was board in' Pans." wfio h teprever upn the nrrat hion a system taxat. n,
the presumption of their being taken [ei re- tne of discontent was eard in ars. which the present generation wrt most s e .
eentioui d etre pris] and into which a merchant LST of Massachusetts Senators in Congrsa feel, "E nainatorum & qu entu ab is *
ship cannot enter without danger. c Bonaparte, it is true, -... cu e-.r :i
"By these and other demands, the enemy in since the adoption of the Constitudon.- language the mostnrr,,.- ,',. :* i,sultingr ran I
fact requires, that G. Britain and all civilized C. S risoo, C. CAor, in the view of thIe ,)'r ;.,: reprovei outi"
nations, shall renounce at his arbitrary pleasure B. Goosieu. T SEDouC'Ic-, preAident for. |.-., a .in a.s r ft
the ordinary and indisputable rights of mari- D. FosreRa, S. DEXTFu bloody i ..,..rW-V,w, n' u55
time law; that Great Britain, in particular, shall T1. PIcKERIsNG, J. MA sro, theer-' is, ti.-l ,s. i.creSr-\ it o iih"
forego the advantages of her naval superiority, J.Q. AnA-is, J. L]..oy ., tnild.ed people '' if'is at.n o9 abject as. ta
and allow thS commerscial- property, as ,well as .M. '7. it;ne',s y'ic.i .t o piy,; ,o a-d,.0AL ,st, But s.or.f &

.Vrec sn aerile 'he at tis t'ihm'e betrayed 'by
o, .r,., vs, hecn, indeed, shall we. to our indel-'
ibIe dishonour, appear to :.ll the world to hav-e
bt,-B kicked ;:to the war"-by France.
3d. Btt does consistency require congress to
declare war ag .inst Great Britain ? To thil
oq.s"ion a rec'urre'nce to your proceedings will
furnish a s.iasfac.tory answer.
F,orf iafuil view of the multiplied aggres.
si .us on e44r rights, in the execution of 'he Brit-
ish orders in crineil and of the French decrees
of I-i'h.arld .M ilan,congress in the most formal
s, i solvnin ma0tnnr didI openly take their stand
in r !:i.ion the two belligerent powers, hy a-
droptin the si stvn developed in the famous re-
pi.rt'ot Nov. 22, 1808. And it is, at this time,
well worthy of esp'cild notice, that this report
was tnot merely ti'e aet of the legislature It
wasisin truth, thc production f)f thf adminsi.Irz-
tion. ..V them it was prepared, and hy one of
ibthen itwas handed to tile chairman,,tf the com-
rnitnte.T foreign relation's. o this national!
"'unmeT il lthen we must resort to ascertain the
i/id amernil principles 6ii the system adopted.
at that period by our government in relation to
"Great Britain a'ti Flranee.
After an-numeM ationi of the aggressions of
both powers, it- states -
The present unsettled state of the world,
the extraiordini:ry situation in which the United
States are plated, and the necessity, if war be
resorted to,ofm:ktn.g it at the same time against
both nations, and these the two most powerful
ofthe world, are the principal causes ofheshia-
tions, if" i selection could be made on any prin-
ciple ot justice, or without a sacrifice of nation-
al indepinden'ce."
the ne is io other alternative hut war with
both nations or a continuance ofthe present
s,)stem. For war with one of the belligerents
only, would be submission 1o theedicts and will
of the other.' (Ta be anrhtlded in mr ner.t. )

?A ., ': .., ay 29
..', a l e, ;h ..e: of the
f, ,iy Crlo to a g. n'ilem;a>;n i .:w this. cit-
rV, dated air' is, Ap i l .!, w i.. i oonseqrice
of a coiver.". L h 'E d 'th 'd Mr lI.rloc., states.
th.: ,.i....a, .ii> styled himself CouxT
d" Crillon, in this country, is an IMPOSTO a, iI no
way connected with thOe family of CRII.LOS.
It will be *'...l... 2 that t)is ,'., i ,l. was
received in this assumed character, at tic pal-
,ace at Washington, last winter.
So much f'r the the associate of Mr. HENrt',
the acquaintance of Governour Gerry and Presi-
dent Madison. Philud. Gaiette..

We are told, that on Mohday last, the late
manufactured Count Crillon, the partner of fifty
thousand dollar Henry, left New-Castle, to go on
hoard the ,...lior.i,,. 5, late Exchange, as
Was ..V.1,i, l'rance,but more probably to cruise
against the trade of this Country.
E:r'ract of a letter. from nAe-e Castle.(Del.) ay 24
On Friday last arrived .here, the Count de
Crillon, and took up his. quarters at Bennett's
where he continued until Sunday, almost in cog
1 am informed that he received a communica
tion from Mr. Monroe, and sailed in the French
Tprivateer (late Exch-ange of Baltimore) for
Francre, this morning.-He declared, that he was
proceeding upon business of great importance
to the United States.

'I he Hoi:net,
wlAPHINGTON, AYv 26 -It is understood,
that thlie Hornet, after so, long a dclay, has re-
turned, with-ut fulfilling tile wishes of the go
vernment, or furnishing any satisfactory evidence
that the French government sincerely intends to
_* -' -. | s ,;_ '" United States which alone
c.. [f. i ll ,' is. of the two countries on
an0 amicable fbotin However it may have ob-
served the revocation qf its decrees, and there-
by .,tfilitJ its pledge, so fae as its adversary
could derive a pretext from them, against the
United States, its proceedings, in respect to ouu
just claims, and expectations, on other impor-
tant subjects are altogether unsatisfactory. As
it is probable, that the public wiil soon be fitr'
nished witl the means of forming" a correct judge'
nent on the psture of our aliairs -with that bel
Jig .rent, it is the more unnecessary to enlarg
our vague remarks on thie subject, or to antics
pate the course which the National Gouncils
may jtiJge best adapted to it. [XV intelligence

A Letter from Mr, Barlowi.
A'private letter from Mr. Barlow has been re
ceived by a gentleman now in Baltimore, tha
affords us 4 parti Ll glance at the despatche
communicated byv the Hornet. His excellence
sta'.es in unqualifed terms, that all hopes of ai
accommodation, or even of a patient hearing
from the emperour, are entirely broken off.
He, further states that the internal distress
of .Prance are inconceivable, that murmurs o
discontent became more distinct and audible, &
begin to wear an omniouts character, occasion,
by the famine now prevalent. -That in some o
the departments the conscripts had actually re
J'used to march to the frontiers. Now if thi
horrible picture is contrasted with the gazett
of the execrable tyrant, whom the democratic
administration worship, how different is the lan
g-uage In the one we hear of nothing but th
prosperity and grandeur of the great nation
mean and sycophantic addresses to his majes
ty the emperour, or to his august representative
the king of Rome, now dandling- in the arms o
his nurse; in the other we hear the cries o
famine, misery and despair, stopped only by th
point of bayonet. U S. Gea.

National .Ltgtlature.

Mr. Ely presented a petition from the inhabi
ants of Brimfield, (Mass.) praying a repeal
modification of thle non-importation and emba
g-o laws, & deprecating War--laid on the table
Mr. Nelson, after an eloquent appeal to th
i'2 g, ofthehouse, on the subject of the di
trfses under which the people of the canary
Islands labour by reason offamine,;moved to r
far the report of the committee of commrer
and manufactures and the accompanying doc
mrents relative to the situation ofithe people
that country, to a select committee.
Mir, Rhea moved to P OSTPONfE TlHE FU.
JECT TO 2'Hf; 4ith OF JULY.
Mr. Nelson then varied his motion so as tor
fer the repo:. and documents to a committee
the whole for to-morrow.
Mr. Rhia moved that they lie on the tab
-carried -
A Message in Writing, of which the followii
is a copy, was received from the President,
Mr. Coles, his Secretary :-
To the Senae and louae of Representatives of t
SUnited States.
Communicate to Congress for their inform

tion copies & extracts from the correspondent
-of the Secretary of State and the Minister Pie
ipotentiary of the U. States at 'aris. These do
itments will place before Congress the actu
posture of our relations with France.
May 26 1812. JAMES MADISON .
The message and documents were read an
fe red te the committee on foreign relation


rE A'Y, tAY. 29, 1812. -uR
.Petitions and .Afem.-tarnas-Of S. Waters, (;. B. ROM EIR0 GLAs .Z G & GI.BRALT.AR. da:
Hall, S. and J. Huin, .. Mitchell, J. Fletcher, J. Arrivals in this port ar'd Philadelphia have.
Gordon, W. Beck; 11 King, J. Jackson, B. Pot- brought us intelligence from these -quarters, hi
ter, It. Hunter, J. Crosby, B. Reynolds, N. Wig- respectively, a few days later than we had pre- *cie
gin. I. SargentJ. 1._ k -, 'S York, J. Cogswell, viously received. to
S. H:dl., N. Ingers)l 1.1. in behalf of them- IThe most important from England is the di
selves, and others, William Payne, and others, S:ate Papers in our first pag.S, in which our rea- of
Josiah Heald and others, James Moor, and oth- ders will find the TiR.. ~c,: h-,ve now given. in a
er:-, Joel Farnhamn and others ; of the Presient, manner the most unexceptionable, as to formal-
&c of the Marhlle!iec' Hmnk, of the African ity and precision, the most solemn pledges that w
School Association and of the- C ',,,.. .. ''. the British Orders in Council are founded on the At
Society of Buxton, &p. were: > ..Ie.,d ed -nd principle of defensive retaliation alone, direct. Ci
conm itt. ed against France, and that they will, without hi
A committee was raised to inquire into the any 0,thIr order on the subject, be perfectly la
expediency of exenfpting from per p oral taxation null and void, from the instant that it shall ap- an
all persons above 65 years of age, and below 20 pear by any act or decree of the Emperour of
years, for the purpose of decreasing tile number France, that the. Berlin and Milan decrees are P
of tateable polls, and lessening the Representa- rescinded. This frank and specific declara-
tio. T '' rtion, we understand, has given great satisfac.
m DIStl TCTINeG Let. O tion, in this quarter, to many, who had enter.
Remonstrances from the towns ofrChester- taired some doubts, as to the real intentions of
field, Brimfield, Middlefield, (Conway, itwley, the British government. We are at a loss how
&c.again-t the law for distr;c' ing the State for the our Administration can possibly proceed in
chice of Senatrs, woire committed to Messrs. their present policy, with the least degree of
Pitnanm of S. Bs.inard of Thi. Dyighit of S. Euidi- pliusibility, after such assurances If they do,
cott and Tilinghasat. we trust, that light which is now rapidly diffus.
I-olvet Law. Petitions from Vasselburo', ing among the people, will still continue
ChathIam,ient f x, tito N mrtio-Yaimn rth, anel to spread. until a different course will become
from numerous individuals prayi a relief b an e sar d ar to th 27th
Insolvet Law, were committed rs. L eah, The eacounts from Englad are to the 27th Gc
Insolvent Law, were committed Leac april. The disturbances in several large towns

A committee was raised ta report, on the ex..- in ngtad ad nmitgated.wcauses e sarcityee b
pediency of encouraging the non commissioned inof prvisionspa fly to the deficiency of the last scarcity
officers anelves.d privates the militia to u orm are's harvest; and from the introduction of
tie elves. N some labour-saving machinery, into some of.the
The following order passed --Ordered, thatthe, factories.
ComnTiitee 'A hia have petitions front tlhe Bstl n The Catholick question had beeti decided in h
and IvJarbhlclead Inrk, under consideration, be the House of Lords, in favour of the petition- h
appointed io c,.nsider the expedieticy of realwing ers, by a majority of 72. e
the Charters of all or any oft the Banks which are The preparations for war, between Russia a
netar expiring ; and that all petitions relative to and France continued toannounce a speedy con- o-
Sthe subject of Banks which may be presented or flictof the most. serious aspect for Europe. t
called up, be referred to that conmnittee ; and ihat The advises fror Gibraltar are to the i8th of t
said Commiittee lie instructed In inquire as to the April. A Spanish army had advanced within
expiediency of limiting the dtratlion f the Charter a league of Seville. The French had ceased to
of the Massachusetts Bank, with leave to report by fire upon Cadiz, and it was reported that they
bill or otherwise. Adjourned. had raised the siege, and that all the Marshals,
I N enate, yeslerday,a cominiltee was ap- Suchet excepted were to go to France. There
Spointed to consider the propriety and expediency is a great scarcity of provision in the French ar-
Sof p|ropising to tlie People of this Commnnweailth ries. Several partial ,I. ,nt .C'--i gained over t
cer in alteratiorrits ithe constitution if tie sane, the French, in different pma lI the i nteriour
touhingti repiosen(alio.n and elections, wit are mentioned in Cadiz papers.
leave to report by bdl or otherwise. t aAl Treaty offensive and defensive has been
A ro itte aals appointed to consider ti concludedbetween the mperours of France
Expediency of adopting a prper mode of eletigconcluded eten the Emperours of rance
Electors ,of Presideit and Vice-President of lhe and Germany. The Fmperour Alexander is ,
U. Sales, in tliis Commonwealth, for the next said to be on his rout to take command-,of Iis-
Presidential electts:,. army.
The tRev. Thomoas Ialdwin was elected Clhaplain Sweden continues to show symptoms of an
of fhe Senate for the year ennuir.g. intention to resume her independence. Heri-
cruisers have taken several French privateers.
The Report of the pointt Committee on the *-S----
subject of the votes for Governor and Lieuten- A7melia Island.
ant-uGovernour, was accepted in both branches, The Savannah American Patriot of May 15th, ex-
and the Hon. Messrs. .Starkweather, Otis and presses surprise that though Governour Mitchell
White, on the part of the :Senate-Messrs. Pom- had received orders to restore things in that quar-
roy o N Bryantuss, of N. oston Davis, of A s- ter to their former state, nothing had been done.-
ta, and liussell, rf Boston, tiere appointed to
wait on the Hlonorable CALEB STRONG, and lhb Spanih Governour at St. Augustine -was be-
I'the Honorable WILLIAM PlHlLLIP'S, to a aiteged by the insur-gents and Americans, and ex.
quaint them that they had been elected by the peered military aid fro m Havana.
People, to be Goverinor and LieutenriantGover. Information received at Savannah, states that
nor of the Commonwealth, for the year ensuing; Col..Cuthlibert,-aid de camp to Gov. Mitchell,
and that the two Houses were ready to attend had been despatched to the fortress of St: Au.
to their qualification. gnstine, in order to negotiate with the com.-
The lUeuv. Messrs. Lelaed, Stevens and Tink- mandant ; and that it was the general opinion,
ham, were chosen to thank the Rev. Mr. Foster, at St. Mary's that the country,in possession of
for his Sermon delivered on the election day the patiaots would be given up to the Spaniards
a. d to request a copy for the press. The com- and the trotps of the United States withdrawn.
mittee having" procured the copy, the Clerk was
authorized to procure the printing of 2000 copies Capt White, who arrived at Savannah on the
A bill respecting the C. G. C. Pleas, for the 6I.h inst. frem St. Mary's. which he left on the
1.Western Circuit of this Comm0iiTwealth, was Wednesday preceding, states, that the conmman-
real a first and second time. de o'f Gun-Bfoat No. 10, had informed him,
The votes of fourteen plantatiswaa, of very in- that a few days before, the house of a Mr Dill,
y considerable population, and who were -net pre- (one of the Patriots) near St John's, had been
sumed entitled to ate, agr ible to the provi.isi)ns attacked by a party of four Spaniards, for the
Sof the constitution were however admitted, The purpose of obtaining provisions. There were
political complexion of them stood thus-For two other Patriots in the house with Mr. Dill,
s Mr. Strong 58-for Air. Gerry 292. who remained to guard the door, while he pro-
ceeded up stairs ; and from a window succeed-
SA 'lUDAY, MAt 30. ed in killing three of the assailants, but unfor-
S The legislature met agreeably to adjournment, tunately lost his own life by a shot from the
e and proceeded to the reading and disposing of surviving Spaniard, who immediately made off.
private petitions, until one o'clock, when the two The British brig Saffold, Capt. O'Gradv,
s Houses met in convention, agreeable to assign- mounting eighteen 32 pounders, was lying at A-
ment, for the purpose of qualifying the Gov'er-. mela.
nor and Leiutenant- Governor elect, agreeable to The Governour's Aids, who had gone to Au-
the Constitution. His Excellency, and His Hon. guistine with despatches from him, had not re-
or, then appeared, and were severally qualified. turned when our informant left St. Mary's.
His Honor,the Lieut. Governor, on signifying his Savannah Pop.
t acceptance of the office, to which he had been
s elected by the people, addressed the chair in a AMore Threat of WAR.
short, but appropriate and impressive speech,--
ri The Executive Members then withdrew ; and We are sorry to state, that a letter is receive.
g the Contention proceeded to the choice of nine ed in town, which may be depended on, stating"
Counsellors. The following gentlemen were that the Committee of Foreign Affairs, on the
s .chosen, viz.-Hllon. H. .OTIS, JontN PHILIPS, part of the Senate of the United States, have
f ErA S STARDWEATHw R, A. WHITE, Tr. reported in favour of DECLARING WAR,
S S' EVENS, SI LAS HOLMAN, SOL. STRONG, S. C. .-h '.lst. GREAT-BRITAIN. Happily this de-
SAr.LEN, ALt.x. KRIC" It is expected that these cides nothing yet, but it increases the alarm,
gentlemen willall resign ; and that a new choice which has so long existed.
i will be made on Tuesday (this day) irum the --- -
ls people at large
e Remonstrances from the towns of York and Tribute o0 moral Excellence and Pat-
k Eliot, against the election of Representatives [riotitsm
from those towns were read and committed. Our limits permit us to give ut a brief sketch
n, -- of tule testimonies of cordial respect, with which
s. MONAY, jtNE. tile venerable and beloved chief Magistrate of
s. Both branches of the Legislature adjourned this Commonwealth was hailed, on his coming
yesterday, early in thie forenoon, until this day, to town, to resume his functions of'office.
of ter transating some local business. T ie It being understood that he was at Waltham,
Council is not yet formed butttt is expected at the seat ofthe Hon. CnttIiSorEa GORE, their
a Isis Excellency will make his communication inhabitants of this and some of the neighboring
o Wednesday or Thursday. l towns, appointed a committee of arrange.
ments, for the purpose of frinming a cavalcade,
POOR a MLDISOV'a SSOCl.dTES. to attend the Governour elect into town, from
...--" 'Cambridge.
The fellow who called himself Count Crillon, The JBoston ttusars, under Captain PRELtSs,
t. the bosom friend of Henry, and who figured a- proceeded o Walthham, where an elegant break.
or way at the palace levees, turns out as we pro- fast was provided fort them by Mr. GonR ; after
r. nounced him, to be as arrant an impostor as which they escorted his Excellency accompani-
e. Henry himself. Yet a senator of the United by Lieut. Gyov. PnLt..ss to Cambridge Cornm-
settS ,h m h f,, t or ....... ..was in s.u.s, v-i sic a ...... ._ y 5 a" e i









omte, oilorn we may nerea ter exposeju, was the ,nlOn, where ne was received lbyan address in
friend to whom was confided the delivery ofsev- behalf of a very numerous and respectable cav-
eral ridiculous challenges to single combat, of alcade, composed of citizens on horseback and
this worthless swindler. We learn that he had in carriages. On his arrival at Watertown, he
the address to pass his bills of exchange, which was saluted by d ischarges of Artillery and the
have recently returned protested. As yet, we shouts ofa delighted people, which were renew-
know not the purchasers by tracing the matter, ed on his arriving at Charlestown, on the Boston
but is it illiberal to suppose, thatthose who lay- side of the bridge, and again in front of the
ished money upan Henry, would refuse accom- State-House.
modation to so celebrated a Count d,industrie ? Though the cavalcade was large, many hun-
It will be well if Mons. Gallatin has not to car.- dreds of citizens from Essex, Middlesex, and.
ry to the treasury account of profit and loss, Norfolk counties, were disappointed of tihe
such bargains as these. 1 e may prove to'be pleasure of joining it, from an expectation hav-
the instrument of convicting or acquitting him. ing circulated, that the ceremony would not
Since this development of the character of take place until Monday. ,
Henr''s crony, added to the internal proofs of The Committee of arrangements and Mar-
his budget, is there now to be found a creature shals deserve praise for the regularity and
so silly, except judge Nicholson's committee, precision which prevailed in all the movements
who does not'confess it to be a tissue of forge. of the company.
ry atnd swindling We can only add, that we are confident, the
--'- thousands who enjoyed the occasion did not
TO THE RIGHT ABOUT-WHEEL! derive their satisfaction from the impression
VWe understand a letter has been received by that it signalized the triumph of a party. It
a respectable gentleman in this city, from JoaH was the spontaneous emotion of a sincere res-
ADAMS, Esq. late president ofthe United States, pect for the excellent. character of the manriaind
in which he in which heinubstace says-" Te present the hope of witnessing once more, an adminis-
administration cannot retain their places : the i traction conducted by a sacred regard to the
change of sentiment in the New-England States happiness, honour and welfare of the CON\-
is so general, that it is irresistible-nothing can MONWEALTH, and probably with good ef-
stand before it.' [Freeman's Journal. frects upon the whole NATION.

S an ee T cet > afternoon at 5 o'clock) from his dwelling-liesse in
Same hinotfr among ThievesI.The Pocket Portland-street
Book taken from tih pocket of t'oSter Swift, On Saturday morniini, Mrs. Eunice Crouch,8 6.
Esq. on Election day with all ilaconitents except Ye terdaay morning, Aiiss Agnes Bradlee, daugh-
ing the money was found in a Wood pile, upon ter of Mr. John W. Bradcle, ,4 y. The funeral
Messrs.Curtis and Ridley's Wharf. It seems will proceed from his house in Eoesx-sn1ret, to-
this place has been a deposit for Pick Pockets, morrow afternoon, precisely.t e 4 'clock -Frienda
as many Pocket Books have been found their, mor partisuhAr aiita to ut

-'.y election. repertory l-,p News.
The usual ceremonies, observed on the Anniver- PORT OF i.sOs--.ABRI FED,
ry ofthe establishment of the ANeIsaN & Hao- SATURDAY, May 30-Ar. Experiment, Hadea.'
aABLE ARarrLLERY COMPANY, tok plIe 'yester. Nantucket Vacket, Wardwell, Caftine Ranger,
y.- Portlali 4 Sally, Bath ; Pocahonoa, Plymouth; iSu-
san, S`ldwich ; Columbia, Starbuck, A'exandria 9
At 1H o'clock, his Excellency the Governour,. Mary, Caftine iSally, Bridgeport Polly. Plymouth 5
4 Honour the Lieutenant Governour, and other Ciara, Edenton, N. C. l New Packet, Tilton, Bris-
Soficers c were escorted by the C tol, (Me.) Madison, Diinklwater, Eaftpot ; Harriet
il officers &c. were escorted by the COMPANY Tilton, trifol, (Me.); Sally; New-Yoikl KziIs
Chauncy-Place, where an excellent occasional Plymnuth ; R;nger, Baker, New-York.
course was delivered by the Rev. Dr. PORTER, Sam-edaly &,h Swift, Atwood, Edenton, N. C.
Roxbury. Crais, Hns...", Plymouth. N. C. Left at Holmes'.
Hole on Thursday left. big Ann, Anderson, from Pe-
The Procession then moved to Fanuiel-Hall, erg, Vion Th or Es port. brg An Friday niht, from -
teriburg, Virg. for Eaftport. -Spoke. Friday nlgb;, is
here they partook of a well provided Dinner.- miles E. S. E. ol Cape Cod, brig Fame, Todd, 5 days
after Dinner they marched to the Squ.ire on the from Boi ton for Savannah.
6&=ia dJOy, sCh Geor.e, Lombard, Laguira, 26 days,
common, usually occupied on this occasion where va qua ansnc. Ler/}, Ma l brig Mary, juft adr.
s Excellency received from the officers of the from Phi!ad: si-Bs Ann, Snow, for Baltimore : Rolla,
st year, the badgesoftheir respective commands, Morgan, for do 2 Or 3 days : Runaway, do a
.d invested those of the present ; when the corn- .sparrow, Richl, : L ent.,. i',m Baminre, arrived"
6 dals before: ,,), :oNIh, fo; Ph.ia.d :--bpoke'
any returned to the Hall and were dismissed. nothi6 g b. Thehocs at Laguha had subfided. Ma'
The Oflffie s of the present year are- 7tb, 6o miles south of Perto Rico, oily il. the morn-
Major Benjamin Russell,. captain. irnlg discovered the decs,. ailhs and rigging wae ecosred'
Maor Benjamn R ell, C tain. hick with flies, and which aotinued to fall through
Major Thomas Dean, lieutenant. the day : the atmosphere was so obscured by it, as to
S. prevent taking an ob r.t,.i-..I-This muft proceedtrom
Mr. William1 Howe, ensign. the iruption at St ,Vincer,:s, mentioned in previous
"-. <- TT '. column.
Capt. E. G. House, C SUNDAY, May 31-Arriard (via quarantine) brig
Capt Mich'I Roulstone, Argo, Oxnard, Havana, car. o' molaffes and sugar, to
h R t TSerjeants.- T. and E. Motley.
Lieut. D. L. Gibbons, ( Same day, Wafbiniton, Newburyport- Fricndahip,
Mr. Ep h'm French, jun.) Rir Wilmington, t. C.
General A WELES igned MONDAY, June lar. sloop Science, Stavers,
After General ANoorDt WELEzs had resigned Parrsmouth, with molasses, to]. Parker & Sons -,
ie In signia ofhi3 Office into the hands of the Sampson, York, molasses to orde ; stir,
;overnour, he was presented with a very hand- Rowland, Myers, 15 days froin PlI)niouth, N C
orne sword, by' GEOGEn SULLIVAN" Esq. in with tar; Hope, Bolles, 7 dayi f'rmu Ha ilit:,ra
half of the Aneient and Honourable Company, as with gin, pork slate &c.
token of their high respect. Also-Schr Rover, Castham ; Lucy, Nye, Ed--
gartown, Coal; Lucy, Sandwich ; Rover, Sand-
-i. ih Sloor- Pill, Co,.{ er, Pyir..:uth, Salt ana-
XJEWr-H.11.MPSHIIRE. iluias e;i SlI. [iti-ay, 'n idna"c ,h ; kebud, Man-
Tomorrow the Goverment ofthe State ofNew. son, I'l. .uh. I l. t r snd i tvi,, to Munsot.
Cou, i coi & Barnard ; slooo Industry, Archer, Salen, with
ampshire will be organized at ocord it is to J. Bradle, and Munson & Barnard ; chl.
hoped, that every Federal Republican will be Lucy, Vinal, Wa-hingron, N. C. 0,-.tar, pitch &
early on the ground, as their constituents expect rosin, to 3. B. Borland ; sloop HI p', bloie.lHarn-
that every man -will do hAs duty," they want no ford, gin, gin-case.,.and slate, to Tyla r and ;6am-
other inducement than the old adage, that age.
hers is no knowing who is Governor until af- Also-sloop Mason's Daughter, Prince, Port-
er is no knowing who is Governor until land, rum and molasses, to S. M'Lellan, T. & E.
er Election.?' Motley and T, K. Tones slop Belsy, Harwich;
----. .. ..S S's,'*tif-- Randolph, Gloucester ; William, Hart, Ports"
The inveterate malignity of the in- mouth, rum.
Also-ship Mary Jane, Thomas, 14 doys from
lividual Editor of the Chronicle, deserves no Charleston, riceand .cotton to Jona. Davis.
reply ; it is so gross an outrage on the good Spoke aothing.
feelings of the people, which forebode a year of Io arrivals at Quarantine, since our last.
trantuoillity to the Commonwealth. No foreign arrivals yesterday.
A Coto r e Chronicle, ults that CLEARED (since our last,) Sloop Rolla, N'or-
A Comptroller of tle Chronicle, xults that man, Eastport; Deturfi.oi,,'.ir,.p..r-.,do; Ro:c
the Senate have got Pam (a certain Knave) in Dunon, N. York ; Venus, Bryan, Savannah ; Ro-
their hands, but it will be proper for him to re- ver, Fuller, Edington N C ; Eagle, Hopwer Alex-
collect that they cheated in shuffling, andri ; IP'llv, CGil, '. i:nn ,ro,, ; Allegro, Whit-
Seon, l:,i.: im d ; ln l I : e., H.:..: sivanri r, ;
Si i Katy, PlymLuth; 't liall, -. ioweli, Wilmingt)r.;
To tihe honourof thle County of ampshire it Sloops Betsey, Penobscot ; Yariche, Gloucester ;
is with pleasure we remark, that it does not Alligator, Ldgartown ; Brig Gilpin, Tiec, Bait.
produce a single Democrat in the Legislature.
The Gerrythander Districts taken from Hamp- New.York, May 28, 30, ar. .1p Thetis, Brown,
shire, have but very little to brag of. 41 d, ':f, .1 Gi vAy, Ireland, in balaAt. Left,
O- O -r- brig tsii..,,ui;, ofland lor Wiscasset, waiting for
oo assengers; ship Howard, Perry, destination un-
The secretary of war has written to Dr. Lo- icnown. May21, lat. 40, long. 63, spokebrig Her-
gan, there will be no war-so says the Register, aid; from St. lPair- for i'i,.-,r..
Letters from Washington state, that it is con- Also-ship Grri, Iner rll. '16 days from Lis-
fidently expected that Letters of Marque and bon, in ballast, ar..l j't, pe staves, returned car-
Reprisals will immediately be issued against o. May 23 lat. 40, long. 72, spoke schr. 22ds.
both England and France. rom Pol to Rico, bound to Boston.
boh Enland and ance Als-brig Valerius, Lane,,8 days fr6m Bath,
The M.renga Privateer-This vessel of noto- with 120 puncheons of rum.
riety has been completely refited at the neutFat Also-French schr. Litile-Charles, Hurtaud, 42.
port of New-London, and is nearly, if not quite days from Bordeaux, with 11 pipes of brandy an-'
ready to proceed on another cracize. dry goods. Left, orig Regent, uncertain when to-
.9 __ sail ; a biig a id a scli. had just arrived, but could
not ioll-..i ,-1 'e rt i- A schr. had arrived the
President's M message. day ti,, L,nte-C Ihle. ,me out, ,,.i'b, the des-
The grand Explosion has taken 'place, atid it cription given of her, it must be :ha DikIR, Irom
is but another bubble burst. Mr. Madison, N ok. Patty, Mamlin, 10 days from East-
without comment or recommendation to Con- port; ch. Theresat Shackford, 14 days from do.
gross has sent a massog'e containing the cor- .Al .*--hif, A.rabella, Marshall., 1'9 4dsv front
respondence between Mr. Barlo* & our Secre- '1, nimc.ui, I Left, A, ;. .' A.. *r,, P .r., .
.tary oe State &c. The information to be ob- of'Bo.ton, for Arneliaj I :Xl Mi.:d eix, P"lr'l,
tainted from it is only that the oldgame of whiff- of Bos ton, tdi.ch ; iSperiour, Coffin. of EBth. for
ling,evasion and insult has been pl.A ed off up'- Ireland 'r ,, J ', a L ns'o .r ... .,h ; ." -
on Mr. Barlow-that there is no hope of justice Alaso, ship Suo: eiour, haotplin, Savanniah a.
-,no prospect of an honourable arrangement.- Met nthe ri'- brig Cleopatra, of N. York I11
We have only room at present to give the con- daysfrom Bs:..,,n n,. Beltias, of Boston,. 3 ds.
eluding letter, which shews how the trail of from Liverpool. the captain inforn.ed that he had
amicable negotiation" has ended. lost his forehand main-top masts by a water-Spoat a
week before.
Nd. 10. [aZNo Arrivals at N. York 29th iilt.]
Etriaby of a Letter from M.4r. Barw to Mrjr The U 1 ; f.lgates Preident, united State-,
31onroe. Congress, and Essex froth a cruise, last fr. Hamp-
PAiis, APaRtL, 22, 1812. to kRoads, arrived off Sandy Hook on Wedne,-
arri obliged at last to dismiss the Horiinet day last.
without, tile expected treaty, which I should The Grace-Ann-traen, Northup, in a short pas.
have regi inl more than I do if youi despatch- sa.e from Bayonnei arr.,below N. York on Thurs-
es, which I have had the honour to receive by dal ast.
the Wasp, had not somewlht abated my zeal in has arrid at Norffrom Marlk
hat work. Arrived zit Philad. brig Susannah, Gowing, CO.
"It really appeared to site, that the advaita- porto, whence he waited on the 2'th April. Left,
ges of such a t.-eaty as I have sketched would Experimein; Svwet t, basron, Boston, 20; Emily,
be very great, and especially if it could be con- Foster, do. to sail.in 4 r Lawry, Sni w, do. I&th
eluded soon." April; Hazard, Sears, I. ofMay in 6 ; April '27,
"It is true, that otur claims of indemnity for I;ck., dg. 29I schr. Lizatn, Crosby, front Nan-.
tuckel, hound to Lisbon, ;l ldays'out.
past spoliations should be heard, examined, and Schr. Ohiod Willct, from Eastport, arrived Bau-
satisfied ; i which operation should precede the timore, Ma-' 2'.
new treaty or go hand in hand with it. Thisis Ar at Phillad. 2Sth ult. ship Amiable, Taylor,
dull work, hard to begin, and difficult td pur- 33 days from Gibra tar; ship Cluthier, Hamilton,
sue." "I urged it a long time, without the ef- Liverpool, 35,
feet even of an oral 'answer. ILut lately they oAr. at Savannah, 14th, schr. I ,, Rich, Bo .
irhave consented to give it a discussion, and the ton,, syhsr Hrriet-oger, MC PlyBouth
minister assures me that something shall be sloop John, Davis, R. Island
done to silence the complaints, and on principles Spoken, lat. 49, long. SU, ship Mary, of Wis-
that he says ought to be satisfactory. cassetj from Charleston bound to LiEngand, outt 40
I shall not venture to detain the Wasp more days, all well. .
than two or three weeks. And I hope by that rMarch 16, Jar. 37, Iong. 11, ship Bolina, from
thine to have something decisive to forward by Salenm for Cadiz, nur 22 days.
her. In long. 78, spokebrig Golumbus, from Charles-
From s e olon for Boston.
F Prom sore expressions in your letters I oBrig Loonsa, M'Namara, 45 days from M'deira,
am in hopes of receiving soaon some more pre- has arrived at Alexandria. Vessels.were daily
cise instructions on these subjects. loading at Madeira with provisions for"Teaeifl.e.
My communication with Eugland by Mor- The schr Renown, of Falmotith, Mass. upset itt
laix is almost entirely cut off. It is not so easy Poomack river on he wth in-t. has been got up.
Iioses 'he persons drowned were, Jacob Green, John Bar.
to send to Londoh, nnless by one of our own
to snd to iLundob unless hay on e o tita ewn ti,, and Simon Keeter,a man of colour.
pubhick ships, as it is to the United States. I Schr. Independence, Smitih, hence, at Baltimore5
now send your despatches and my own to Mr. 95th uIlt.
Ruissel, by a messengeirin the Hornet, whom I Markets dull at Carthagena lat dates, and no
shall desire Capt. Lawrenco to put on shore or specie, 0o pa|;r money in circulation.
into a pilot boat on the cost of Englanrd. C learned, at Charleston, 9th inst., ship Mary*
This messenger with Mr. Biddle will leave Jane, Thomas, Boston ; Rapid, Moultcn, Boston,
Pars this ni.ht foi Cher h the and Providence; ship Bellona, Osgood0 Bosson.
Parnis tds nght fr Cherbourgt, where the Hor- The Eastern Trader, Ripley, Boston, cleared ast
net is ready to receivthem. N York on Friday
Extract of a letter fiom u gentleman ait yinceic es, MfARR IElD---At amtein, Mur :.i te L 1 Ul-
to his friend in this place, (Lexington, Ky ) da- ler, to Mis- Lydia Crowell. At o,..n,.. ih, I.
ted 'ilay 5t, 18152 H. Samuel Cushman, Esq. of Parsonsfiald, Me.
te have a h with all its horrors the to Mi's Maria Jane Salter. At Belville, Mr. Jo-
W are a t fr with ali vs horrors; the seph Tappan, of Newburyport, to Miss Judith.
Indians are retaliating for the lives that they lost Hale, of the former lace At Hartford, Mr. E-
at Tippecanoe last fall-they are killing in eve- i hraim Robin,, of Boston, merchant, to Miss t-.
ry direction-they have within three weeks kil. b ecca S. lIurr.
led seventeen persons in this neighbourhood- At Dedh-am, by the Rev. Joshut Bates, Mr.
there is a universal terror (almost) pervadirng I.eonard Parsons, to Miss Naniy Smith Mr.r
this country-the citizens are almost all flock- htanl.es, ju to is Mary usy, al of
ed together and building forts-they are fortify. b In this town, Mr. Her.s Clark, mer. ofKenne-.
ing- the town. The county 6 weeks ago exhibi- bunk, to Miss Suan Grafton, of Boston.
ted a delightful scene of industry, by the people --- -a j"
preparing for their spring crops, it now has the DIED. At Roxbury, on Saturday las-t,
appearance of desolation, and many places of suddenly, Mr Aaron Davis, 72. His'benevo;encu
death, where the cabins are yetand domestic virtues will be a lasting mnoniment
deth where the cabins are yet crisoned with in tie breasts of his posietity and acquaintance.
the bsood of the innocent. iThe funeral will be freoml his late dweiling-htuse.
SIt is io be hoped thtat the savage yell which this afternoon, at4 o'clock-relations and friends.,
ring-s overthe corpses of our women sind children are reqnested to attend without a more parrictub;-
who have fallen by their rude hands, will draw invitation.
fourth the valor & vengeance of the citizens of Inthis town, capt. Nathaniel Glasser, S ; M; S.
Kentucky. James Va.sal, 2f.
Ke y On Saturday last, Eben Wells, 61-funera't-his

,'er ez,, 4 ,< :Fo. l-Yor. .... .", .... .. 1 ILValuable Thng' l-erks.
*;*.' ..^ ..-c fl.
T-'HE-,r..r. of li.. i TheTeo.ical Libar'.. "A B tiCALAVA N. For feeglit F! ''reen %,'- v il h' dressed THIS i SAIAH THOIlMA, jun. has for sle, at hIis
?!f OrDpassAge, apply on board op- A-St at
are n ', ,hat their annual nmeceting wi 1 .... ". or passage, apply on board, op- t DA {at the 'chang-Coffee-House. -{ Bookstore, No 6, Xarlbro'-streetr,-the following
h, hitld a' the Library in Chalincey Pliee, on ...' posite No. 36, India-street, or to Sops in te Ciffe-foom at 10 valuable TiEE LOG,CAL WORKS, viz:
THi'UlS AY the 4 h of Jine, immediately af- .-.- -. Peters & Pond) coiner Milk ad o'clock, and at the Table r,-0 "-,-oat june2 President Edwards's Works, complete in i vols
,-ev flit- I-c ture. India -stre.t. june 2 o octavo; ,to ivhich is added a sketch of the Aut.
jine2 S C/RY, SCC-ety. D. c. olu' a n tiuseuI. a thor's Life, with a well engraved likcness-prce
AT''T T .' C OW N & DOfLE, infori tf'e pubck, that s rg dollars.
A i NTION aAS & GREENLEAF, No. 6, t on ne t Columbi, Museni near it.- 'in. Chap- Lathrop's Sermons on ariou import s
YFl .etinomen .nts wharf, oitLr for sale now landing the Carg e: T'reo street, has been greatly improved, by ects EanjelicalbDevotionoe Prtl, dp
A YEAILY eating of the T'istee.i.ofthe ,of sch, Hlawdi, eonsi ttlng of l.0 hlhdsabest retail-
L: Monument Association.frthe ing i LiS-Eb. .Stor- ew Arrang-ents and Additon ed to the promotion of Christian Piety, Family.
A onumensuing yearwillRavens Duck, Leopard iGer- The useum Building is upwards of 100 feet b.y Re'igon ndYouthfl VirthW several ne
choice u ., .- r the enuin year, will be n c, &c. -S, with a gallery of SroITURI PAINTINGs, -A new Edition crre"i
holden at Concert. Hall THIS DAY, the sec- HAKSPF AF TS, a ht Can %Am.., RI a nd Bad.KS. ied b J
,mI dav of June, at 10 o'clock, A. .A en A few tons Freight c r Eleannt "intitgs deposited for sale, execu- sed by te Author, in 5 vo s ,cl.C .
A icn F ur Elegant Faintifigs deposited for-sale, execon
i be taken onl boardthe .chr. BET- t, C A a t l ue k he
ral gnd punctual attendance of all the Trustees ... be taken on board the chr. BEl ted by a pupil of G. M,,rland. d'-. ( l' An additional vume. making the 6th
i the State is requested.R -. or Piladelhia offered Aidmittauce to the t nseum, 23 cis. itbhout I ndcontining the Doctor' Occaional
dn. BROOKS, imme y.ateiy. Apply as above. a action of age 2 Sermons, with cvera nvcr before published i
It.B RUUSSELL, Se idcant. j ne 02 : ad"Me7 ofpr agr en e just out of the p:ess, antdwil be ready for sales .
s RsnJE2,32. L, .ecrero. l a erl credit, O e the C'omnissionersj or inves- a fw days, price a dIs es
Bseton,.nzse 2, 3812. .or' i-on6'f ow d a/yrpr credit, .J
P- e Hll ot a uew Brig, lying in -tigatin, the Claims of the Creditors of the lac Lathro's view of the Doctrines and Dur, of
PO .YANTHOS-No. IV. J ut belongieg to Estate abobs Cratic, the Christian Religion, in forty n0,. U, cr .r,.t
UT pll:. No of th e 4, of DT T, eased. She is No. 11, Manchester Buidings, West- St Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians; ,rch p li
nUa se piesal,'--, then h N ok of the ptom~oi.,7",icular-, OFefh rsinster, London, e. l.
J new series-containing some particulars of : '. a., t e83 biti birthen, built of heirs ofthelate JAMES e L S UP inaryDiscourse o the evidences of the Gospel,
llta:v 1' 2,i..nm Rsncross fit-hErr ttniler, s '. ....... 's,.Sup-especially'thdse derived from thi iovred
the late Rev. lian eon; th Examier, the best m s, weiseasod, in copper fasten- posed to beby birth an ,ri -hman, formerly aneConversion,
No. II; Letters from l.osto'n ; Romance in ed and boiled, and is calcuated for fast ailing. officerin the service-of Wallajah, late Nabob and Ministry, and Writings of that Apostle. Price ,
Real Life; Story of ,. .l..... ; the (General Au advantageLis ipuritas- may bo male by imme-' Arcot in th-e East Indiesare reque-ted to apply to dsl 30 t.
LovPr ; Anal-ctn. N. Xit ; 0 iginal Letter diete appicatiun tL K. JONE. & CO. this office, where they will probably lean some- Lathrop's Discourses, eontainin Christ's warn-
front Gergie A. eeven ;., Select Sentences ; Sc- -n i thing to their advantage. They are desired to state ings to the Churches, to hbware of False Proph-
lectd Poetry-The Nursing of T-ue Love, To ..--- if it be in their power, the date of hi departure for cs, who come as Wlves in Shep'. C'.ar,
ttage Chi!dren, To a Lady Weeping, The -~ i '- '* India, the time that he entered the service of the the marks by which they are r f- .,,
Oak and the Reed Te Draa-DireThe Td, Nabob Wallt er tond the length ofhis cotnuanc Lathrop's Discourses on the; M.'e and ub.,.C
to Players, Fragmni_ relating toi the History . of the St age in Massacichsetts, Boston Theatre. m z-r. t.- og paitol her care ..,. a.., r ". i. ai sny children, and if sr, whether any or eith- pouring or sprinkling is a scriptural mode; and
Ioli eni : Correspo'idn.e. juime 2 Freight or passage, apply to JOHN H' LA 'D cr oft'he be now alive, &c. &c. &c, and also to the Infants of believers are proper subjects of the
No. 29, Long-Awhof. Who hs for saie, describe how they can prove themselves his heirs. Baptism inst tuted by Christ,with an examination
ew O gles vth unbazted lo Baltimnore upertine Flour, Russia l)uck,heeting, Information has been received at thi ofice tial the of various objections. Particularly those contain
must 7not expect to catch iznyfish." Di.aprs, Feathers, Upland and Sea-Island Couttu. said Jamei Stockwell married a Mias Crode or ed in a c,,se of anonymous Lctters Bishop
I- AY, the lucky Fishermen begin to une 2 Cosy, si trto Mr. John or osey, of Hoadly. Fifth Ediion, re dcrreced
.ol r r o e Bo, a. eti% England-thliit .she was Governess to Hit ition, reised, corrected, and
S ... th golden treasures from the rich \ i & ILarnard, the Female Asylum at Madras, in the East Inde, much wheels ofthe 6h and last class o ii oa No 7,India Street, Have for sale and dio-l there-and that she directed a certain e G n One Per only, and Jesus Chrit.
Sotery. Whi o would not fiish.n -,, i, Y fount- Y No bs, id e oo f the of her property to be sent to her- aid brother. "I he a being distinct from God, dependent upon him
.ain ? ''he price of bait i only 5 ., .1 that EY bales ad boxes Calcutta ', oth r party or parties who can prove himself, herself or for his existence, and is arus powers, main
bait may return the industrious angler Ten Thou- eaper's ca go, consisting of company and themselves to be the heir or heirs of th said J anes taincd and defended by Joan S asnN price
rand Dollars! I/}ipro thie ament. -'Tickets 55 common Bandanna lkf`s-bbeerhoom aud blue Stockwell should transmit the proofs and a gener- dollar o0 ts.
50 and qrs.1 I50, warrant undrawn, for sale urrhs-ga poor Monodys ugdea, hitt al PowotAttrney, to soe eron in London,. Sermons th Dignity of Ma &
by -'La i r. DA '5, Ex. ane.l f e-lose billy, fle ad callapatt Baftas-jinlety Sawns enablinhim to appiyon his, her their prt fur let Smons o the Dignity of Man,
by--who, in a dditio the inimero.COia l-use p- -ne t.a do-nga ad Romalls-and tears of administration to the estate ofthe daid Mr. the value of the objects principally relating to hu-
-es- in additi their office e aelo of l striped Seeran ukers taAl o anoing fr b i't. and Mrs. Stockwell, and to do all uch other acts man happiness-pricen a vols etavv, 4 dols o cts
zes obtained at their office. lately sold one of striped Serucrs-a onhi, her or their part as may be thought eces- Lee's Sermons on various Important Sabicts
Twent five lYThoursand Dollars and the largest Sewel, from esina, Z49 bags JuniperBerrcs-. sary by the Ctommissioners. Written partly on sundry of the more difficult
-rersold in Massachusetts. I o ha es Rags-IS do Spunges-From brig Huron, JOHN PARK10USF., ery. passages i the sacred Volume-
-' The New-York Union College List of pri- loo hhds Molasses. In Store-00o,oo* w o0.pipe, s t dollars. p o
zes and blanks, may be seen at ( & D's ; it is hhd and bbl Staves and hhd Heading-- ooo ENC CLOPA gene Works f aep
iuperiour to iay otier list in Boston, as a single bushels Southera Corn---40oa e at ns-- M AN d n P d of 1s t ad learnednd ithentic J ist
lane of ,I,..-. tells the fateof tikets-it. ,ootBa Hamcs--o000 Mogadore GoatSkins MERICAN Edition Part2-in of Vol-st and cthcl edJand th ickewish Histurian,and
mlancy oe oex.. :.a tells Pfatersof attendance s oo Rait Skins-- 500 Seal Skins--too bushels A. THE E PORIU celebrated warrior, &c. &c. I three octavo vo
all house in the day and rsona acttendance -600y Secdt-ofet Pitch Pine Waist Plank of Arts and Sciences, No. 1, of Vol. 1st just re- ume--pric 7 dolls.
SJle 2e dayo bnds all roursack hhds t Ubes Salt-Seo ceived and ready for Subscribers at C. WI- Evans'Sketch of the Denoainationa into which
h- ls su;2 e00 Flour-300 qr asks American Gun 1.Ast's Book and Stationary Store, No. 8, State- the Chi'stian \ ~rld ,. JJ;de.uda,'nip.a,,,j wih
1 ...- I 1 ... ,Powder- oo bbls soft Turpletine--oo casks street, Boston. June 2. a persasve t. rteg.,,,u moderation.-To which
4 'do of 1,0 .do. fPowder-Ioo bxes Lisbon Lemons -- too do is prefized a short account of Atheism, Deism, Ju.
4 do of 1,000 do. frechRice-t-oo bxe L sbon Lemons too kdo Edinburgh ReClmew -XXXII. daism a. d Christianity-. 6a s cents.
10 do of. 200 do, do Oranges-- oo gnd Muscovado Sgar 50 I T received the New York edition oflth ED- Merivale's Daily Devotions for the Closet. To
1G0 do of n00 tdr- lnds M'scovado Sugar -5 sT rrea e
80 do of 10 d dodo Gren Cofe5 sels Juniper Berries il NBURGH REVIEW, to tthe month o Feb which are added, Prayers on particular occasions.
100H do of 50 do. ask d, 5d 6d en d tod and od Cut Patent t,,ry t8t. 'IThis litt e work has been eagerly sought fr, and
SSixth and last Class of Divlle Road eNai 5 8 by to Crown Glass -ioo do Subscribers wi'! please call for their Reviews received high encomiums-price 6, x-icents
SI..-'.-,:. will recommence drawinumber BostoNa do-eslass 6 by 8,7 by 9, and 8 by at the Bookstorces of AMunoe I,.- i, Writ Lf The Koran, commonly called the Alcoran of Ma-
THIS dr ad all The abre only 12 Numbers Bosto-- bs ss Por2 boxes wh te Havana Bla Wreat s Rica.djin, 0. C. Greeneaf, William honest. Translated from the original ralic into.
to b drawn, and all the above CapitlaPriz sks M sod and zod brought Nails--as W' ell Jne a French, and ihe whole tnow faithfully translated
-are icke the Wheels. and Q t assorted des Iron-so hbhd- first quality Cand Gl, into English; in vol 8vo-price 2 dolls.
-,r tickets and Quarters, warranted u n, to assorted I um eIons Rssia Irou-to do Rusia C C t Edward's History of 'the Work of Redemption,
for sale by BRIDGE &-RENOUF, R cask 1-.h obacco--6 tonCa. HASTINGS and COLLA, ocotaining the outlines of a Body of Divinity-
79, k a aie Pizes a peachy Lowood.-Wa'rrated A nchors-Russia& No. 3., MaaRLsnO' .0' nr, price bound a dols.
ho keep a correct Record of all tie Prizes and peace a D a--x hds W. I T AVE just received from I.. .. -- Edward's Doctrine of original Sin, dfehi.3 d ;
kRavens Duck--Russ5ia Diacra ---oo hhds I
Ia-. Juune Ra uc. 2 crate and hbds. Crockery n, a a i,, Evidences of its Tru'h pfddlced, and A.4 u ,mnt,a
Rum. Z- to the contrary answered-price z dols
K 7VPare chances J'r fortun-e OPhladelh zia Lup ,Ug iar, LC. 50 crates asorteJ, adapted to the country trade, Edwardsa Treatise concerning Religions Affec
.SeAekers! nS'.P Pi & J H:,4 Fr. EA 1AD, .No. 45, State- 4 i di, Edg'd & (. C. P,ate's, TwifRers & Muffins, lions. In three parts1-rice i dols ,5 cents.
HIS ee ill be drawn from the wheels J t. have tor sale, i0 b, xs Philadelhia i 0 do do d asrt d d do. Edardss houg on the Revival ofReig
n- Dixville Road Lotter-y, several valuable Lump Sugar,first quality, now thnding fiom ach. 15 de Enaineled and C. C. Cups nnd Saucers, ion in New England, about the year 1740, in a
'Prizes, which those who want, and would stand E za A so, 1 pair brass 2 lb. Cannon. 6 do Tea Ware treatise offered to the publicly on that subject---
the best chance for, wii call -m.thir, delay at ine 2 10 do. fine & e-st Enamel d ,o New Pattern. price I dollar to cents.
T K D R s 2 9 o brown he PriP uted dlo Whitby's sit jiscoures concerning, x. Election
'T. KIDDER'sW hite L 15 do, C. C. god -dg'Dl ItIshies,
lebrate.d tan dfor-HIe WhiteC .r 1 : .,C .. d Reprobation,.Extent of Chr ist' Rdemp.
eelehraed stand for H s" No.9, I ALL,'TH ACH Ei-{ & Co. No. 10, Paiklnms's- 4 do. do. Bak-rs anJ N1piG, na eraod,4.tinib.Et to C Ohi theWilm,
Market Squanrebcd where th.a! re gI generallyy Row, have for sale--S0 casks and a'tf casks I'd-CC Cha'bers,. bowls auid Jugs,ofGd4iitA oThe
sold, and where my be had, Tickets and Quar- Whlte Lead, ginund in il-20 pies Cogac ran- 7 d lack, enmme d and C ats, Defetiiityof the Saints6. Answer to Three
ters,- warrante d undrawn, in a variety of num- b e,'- I -. Jiune '2 5 do S.au Boars, Mlstarls, Peppers & Salts &c. Objections -.price 3 dols
bers.-at S5 50 eta whMe', and 1 50 quarters, but .'i bhds Iite br-w,. Chinoe Priitd Tea Argumentr Natural, Mora', aud Rcligious, for
.- 5 -.-..,n -,', tieketa to be n\' I. Li. 'i 5.Att.A... '.* i V' re. the Inmmortality of the Soul A very valuable lit.
..drawn, &the follow ,r.i P ti-.- he wheels, viz. No-18, Lg whl' l.Jor ,e, .7 do do ,.,d d) Liiil Diin; Sets, tie work. Ia ivol xamno -price 75 cents.
1 of l0 ,, Di ., ril '. "USTN-reee l- -6 pipes allad Oil, suitable fur 4 do fine Preit and Pnto,i., Jugs, Zolikofer's Eytercise of Piety ; or Meditations
"4 of10 do t g ALS,>- '5 do b.ue Ta Ware, on the principal Doctrines & Duties of Religion
Sof 500 do a1 bbhs. 1st quality Russian Bristles-lol doil 25 do plain and coloured G'ass Tumblers, For the use ofenlight nedand virtuous christians,
9 of 200 do Roshian Cordage and bolt R.opt-4 cases 1st qLality Wines, Decanteis, &c in I vol Imo. -priceS 7 cents,
oa t n lar.e ntber of 100 dl 's. &. Tsingass.3 cases Vetdigiiss-40 casks F:ench yel- 2 do cut and plain rumililers, Dictionary of the Bible; or an explanation of
--T. K. will also receive orders for Tickets low Ochre 0 boxes etrn-40 boxes real Ha- 3 a, legaut Prisnmatik ad Diamond Cnt < the proper names and difficult words in the O!d
and parts in the Grand Union College Lotterty. van : r- chest Souchong Tea-50 tons Dishes, and Newv Testament accented as they onght to be
ra &in the rand Uniona le ft ttery, a e -_ ons O. S. ZI,--lp00 pst Rus'al 1 8 do i t Marce n'er, esJ pronounce, pronounced, with other ouseffll particulars ..-pricee
1,- rof 30,000 Dollars rfl D...k--"P zes cs ves.a dH- -19o ps sheetingi-I1 20 d,) assbtsd Winee, >i 'tnis, J.,llie, Casters, 1 dollar.
Sof 20,000 dollars 'e D B a i eisetavy Pspir-CoffCe-4ca Cruets, uikmig Proes, LenlIlades, Caus, &c. A contrast between. C!'viisim indHopkinsian-
1 of 20,000 do ses Brazil Sugar-1oo00 ps. '.imias-6 bales A -Cl Wai, as ua- is by EZRA STLXs Et.l A. M. sestad prcach
1 of 10,000 do. &. Lon2eiolohs .'.ies.. I .ut. e'2 o,2 er to the Hospital and Almshouse, New York --
There was a fve tho10,000usand do. e. &. n ut dr ,, price dollar 75 cents, in boards
There was a five thousand dollar prize drawn in Gunpowdcr I .. ... / .. .'.... Together with as great a variev of Theological
LthisLottery a few days since, as nobody would OUR hudedr. casks Gunpowder, of various By NJANMIN IVINSO T .ork0W ,aretor ,e fouid on a n oe Bookstorei
n>uy, was left unsold at KNi,'s Ofice; this qualities, from48 to 75 cents per ib. at No. 4, Ao. 7, Cornhiil, in Boston, and onas liberal terms I. T.Jun be.
s should -stir.ulate adventurers to apply immedi- Stale-street. A ust oned- ing determined'to sell ofhs whole Stock, invites
ntel .', IT-3 -G entlemen whoh ave orders for tow n supplies 2 0 PS C i no C ra ncs, a, .colours, oin vi w
"- Daily lists of the dri,,: of b6th the a. will fiud it v.oIthy attention to apply as above. 100 do black do of gno,,d quality, may wish to make additions ton p 'beck or private
bove Lotteries may be seen tree of expence at Als,,. b boxes Musket Balts. June 2 2000 yds double Florence a:l el:oiurs, ;ihr-ie o p c or prvae
tvi --'-.f, bb all who will call. rr- ., '. es and Pickman, k d F l maing a n- .
S~To t. ., 5 ops Haves a le, 2500 do Taffita g rea Dr. a tttt n
TO the ?.. .* No 4, ,zal Hbarfd, es 3000 do Levantine tai led do ) a irent t" O
1F'1 'ER S' .-e ,:.,,. :Picinomnick Detergent, FTYboxes white Lead-300 1ma Hides --ai.LS o -d C '--
T r C..:ti,., t..ras Anid Consumptions. -480 boxes prime Havana white Suagar-z Black Sinchaws,
The most (bhitinate cou-his vield to it. The hh bt Mscovado do- ble Cochna-3 LienCambricsand Hlkfs with hiteor- NOTICE
prep-isterouts composition ofinflammatory drugs, hds ea rtine pipedo Claret o-f box der. he Sale at Auction of IlenC
S. l.,ar..",r-. ;rrcnl5' repeatedly experienced in yVii de Grave-0o pipes Cyprus red .do-I Green Silk Umbre!las, Farnam's STlCK, at To 15,Cornhill, is postpon..
13my p : .I t% .rmedies, highly recornmn. pipes Marcella do 8 hhds Green cl-'-' 100 dozen whi l and black silk slocki'2gs. ed to ThIs Dau, the 2d of ,une, when it will be
ded, added to m own predspositin to .,- ourbon audJava do ine & up Jne 2 continued-Themost valuable partyet reiais
moinicd Complaints,Wier powerful inducenten boxes Candia white Soap-4o bales "prime to s. le to commence at 9 & 3 oclock.
,vith me to consider, whether a compoundcon- Mog adore Gat Skins-0o sacks Down and F ath- v G O m.t oAnd pit 12 o'clock, will ce sold,
sisting of vegetable substance, could not be in- g caseslack Sanets -r do coloured e SI DOW, Cornhil-square, has opened A numb of elegant silver set of 'Tea Se-
vented, more free from the well founded objec. ng Silks-6o Crapos-. do company flag Mdkfs sfor' sale-i case black Sinehaws-1do b ack vi e, l-:es--completeiset' ofe.le-
tionsof practitioners, and better calculated to do lune and istersoy do-i do Bandannas Crapes--I do colored Crapes--1 do colored of ; ,,., ,r rr consist fe an fin-
avrtales fine Garrahs, .Baftas and Sannas-40 superior quality, at 20 dollars phalr piece-inen Broache, ecklces, and
no ,ff'er t.. thepublick,the'result of twenty bleached Shetings-300oo ps brown do -400 'p Cambric Handkerchiefs-wh'iteCotton Cambrics gHeal'Brnaents, Ne-Cornelian and P-earl do
'years ai-.ec, ,c. on this subject. No expense Ravens Duck-h Heavy do do--alf Duck-..st & -baieC Calcutta .Goods-togethel with a v rie. Io do-gold repeating W atches-gold Choins,
r trouble has been spared in this compw a sI'm. 1 quality ,ail Cloth-- bales Russia Diapers- ty of French and English goods, wa.ch are ofer- Seals and Keys, &ec. .&. S F. Con!idge. .uact.
That no Medicine, for Consumptive and Asth cean andoutshot Hemp-o casks Bristles-io ed chesn as usual. Juine2 '
maticke complaints, has been so successful as my sacks Aiisecd Hysonskin and Gunpowder Tea :','.. ,. i Coroner-'S iale.
Vegetable Pulmonick Detergent, would ill be- -uperiour So chong do-3c cases Florence Oil, SAPH s-"NE, No 22, Stae-sts corner of b'FO b E ,ect oton,.y i, 8i b.
But if the attestations of persons of the high. june 2 Kilby-tireet, has jut rsceivrd tod for sale, s| i i L tONa Y tc
eat respecrt.bI}, -.f its efficacy, whigh will be H-owe and Spear, ble real superfine uFrench Clolhs, vi. beift ; uet -do sotld at Punlick Venue in t M qONDiAY, tc
hew toanpd pfson if m thbee a praofid t n ieas o .adin fr sh. ative, Hve fr / d doo rena antancy colours; I bale roench Cas- denption which .4iciajab ClJk has in and unto
proved, and not acertificate of its efficacy has 20 aes Cott. 1800 wt. M ss. sinmeres--iz blue mixt and scarlet Cossinecues. the following described mortgaged Real Estate
ever been fabricated or obtained from disr eput From ch. Rapid--SI bles prime Cotton to 5, h' wl e sold by the ya or peace vi-All that crtain Whar adth Bua s
able sources, but invariably have been proffered IN STORE- terct,-,tu -.1 ,- purchasers. _____."une S thereoosstanding, situated at the sooth*aaldly part
to the public, by gentlemen of respectability, 100 bags fine Buttee Salt ; 20 crates assorted ware ". .r '.f t Goo0 s. Boton aforesaid, boutlded as follows via fron
and friends to the family of man. D1000 wt. Card Wire 50 bales Cotton. june 2 JOSIAH DO V of Danil Henba, and partly on a strip of Lanl
Pr GEORGE ROGERS. R etading" 3-lo'/W:'e' ITAS JUST received for sale, a variety of fa8h- and Wharf, sold by said HIensiau' to A-wry arid
Philadelphia, J"an. 17, 1810 -Having expert- ANDING from brig Reutmo., opposite No. 14 H ionable FRENCH GOODS, among which ate Moore, there measuring thirty nine feet; East-
naed the good effects of Dr. Rogers' Vegeta- .L idi-wharf, 2 cases, containing avardlyr on the Wharf and lats 'now or toimrr.rly
ble Plmonick Detergent in my family and a- 250 hhids, 13 lierces best retailing Molasses. Foi, 4 ps. No. t12 soft Satin Ribbins, of Jhn' Fairseice, there measuring two lhndred
Thong y acquaintance in this city, I aB eon- sale by SAMUEL F. COOLIDGE, No. 4 Iida. 267 d do 'o d6 do do. and ten feet ; Westerly on Wharf and Flats now
vinced of its superour efficacy in remomig af- harf. ne 55 do do 4 do .4 do. ;or formerly ofsaid Hnsbahw, thete measuring two
discovery ndwot h tn o t u F.or Sale- 156 do do 3 do do do. hundred aid ten feet ; and s uthwardly on the
discovery, and worth the patronage of the pub- 25 do do l do do do Flats adjoining low water mark, there measuring
lick,. RICHARD WINTER. At No 36,India-street 45 do d 9 Lustring do. thirty five fee't, be the sane thore or less, or ho, l
This very valuable Medicine is for sale 'WHREE hundred boxes' Candia Soap ; 10 2ci do do d do do. ever otherwise bounded, togetfier'vith all the
At the Lottery & Exchange Office of R. HUN- drums Sultana Raisins ; 30 boxes Sicily 335 do do 4 dl do. F ats lying southward y :. -*i.re trili wharf, run.
TINGTON, Exchange-stireet, Boston, (whole. Lemons, in fine order ; a !ew qr casks of Cat- 132 do do 3 do do. ing down to low water marie, and the Dock of,
-aaie and retail) who is agentto the Proprietor, alonia Wine. jnlie 2 e 108 do do l7 do do. twenty two feet broad on the Westarly side of said :
and always has that on hard which ig fresh and folasses SuP-Op RumuZ etf. I runk containing Ladies' wiute Satin Shoes, Vharf, and all the Rights, Members, Profits,Priv.
and a a a i f HOMASs EDW. MOTLEY, No 37, In- 1 do do Gedtlemenst' Silk Ubrelas, extra ileges, lrIpro7ements aind Appurtenances thereto -
SN. .Orter for TiU ketsQuarters dia-street, have for sale, now landing. 1 d Silk Sarsnt, a ted clors, Soging or in any wPremises atpp r o'clock, Ptaining. M.
& Eighths in the great Union college Lottery Cargo of brig Argo, from Havana, do 100 dz. tm an dies Sal' John P i olso cko.'on M r.
( ow drawing) will be received an executed by 464 hhds Molas ses Sill G. Joh. W.. olsom, r.

SHUNTINGTON, who has for sale, Tickets SC boxes white and brown Sugar ; I1 do do3 2 dama Silk Sik Shawls, Lands at .ucton.
and Quartet in the present DixviLie Road Lot- From achr Mason's .Daughter, -A LSO.- i
tery. june 2 24 puncheons W. India Rum. june 2 10 cases rich Perflritery, among which 1iil be The following Lands, belonging to several in-
Coionge Water. L OST-Yeste day afternoon, be- found, Cologn e Wat, in haottles--Scetit Waters, oivyt Estates, will be sold at Auction ol n
assorted-Essence of Soap---Laveitder Water MoNDAY, the JthJlneu atlb'clock,uon the,
L tween the New State-House, and thE Shaving Boies--Pomntun--Seap Ball-Tootl floor ewf hr Exchange C -flee House- ]
OSIAH DOW, Cornhill-square, has for sale, Mall, a Steel Watch Chain, with two gold Brushe-Shiaving Brushes-Vvraigee Rouge-Opi. 953 acres in Canandsgua,in the State k. "NYork,
A few dotr bottles Colonge' Water, of the first SEALS, and small oval Key. Any person ha. ate, for the T'ooth-Refreshing Vinegar-Leroix E- 740 do in Vinslow, in th- county of Kiannebeck,
quality, imported. i thI brig Inca, frcm France, ing found the same and will leave it at the Re- h1xer-oils, &b. 400 do in Union, ii the county of Linci-on.
Jane '" I pertory office, shall be suitably compensated Likewlie-a general assortment of INDIA and Also--2 Shlrus in thet Shool HLtOs,, in Fedt
for their trouble juse 2. EUROPEAN GODS4 junie S er:-atreet.,

.,... J. C. N .
I;. i1' I'Ai at 9 'c ;,'
dt T. A.':Jones& 'o's. C '.
K L i. ct
A gP,. .3t Vi!t of PIEEcE Gcc' ng
;, ,.! .'r- ithe season- in particular, 500 p1i'sa
cei blue .,'"kis "

Tea, etC. uctio;z,
\ il .AY, at il o'clock,
On India-Wh trf'
80 chests and U0O half chests B',-
hea Tea, of an excellhnt ,.1.iii. in lots to suit
purchasers. -. -*' chests ,n zi 1i1 Hyso',
Young Hyson and Hyson Skin Teas,
.lso-50 boxes brown lIavena ',ai i
''. XA'. Jones Co. .tr
.. TO.I".:ORIOW, at 11. '.l-k,
Now lasiding '1-. ..i-,- No 11, I,, ;'i.'. t,-e:,
32 hhds excellentI.t ,i,i, i '
T. I. fetaes & Co -Jict'i'a.
TOMIORROW\". ,t 12 o"elock,
-,,c..... Ao 32, Llng siharf,
10 hhds W. IL Rum, of eC.... 11i..e :
quality. K'Joies U& C0. he'lt.
On THURSDAY, 4th June, at 12 o'clock,
O h ;. : [r .,, .,...
A Dae!Inr-,.Holise, wi rh ,i L iF..i
-,.]..;nht., bounded as follows .",it he, oi
C-r.b A.l ), so ., 11 35 feet ; n.i i.-" i 3s
feet on land claimed by Robert lHf.lli- ,.sl, Lsq:
to a b.--.r le- -r.i; :i. .,I t.. L,- l said board
fence, till it comfies i.. t.: c. ,.. ,.' the samu e ;
10 feet northeasterly on said board fence, divid-
ing the premises from the land of the lieirs f1'
Mri'. Job Wheel'-right, de.:-, v-I.l. s said fence
now stands If.:'-e t1 r 0,r .h. .i a .'
leading to Oliver'sDock ; 26 fiet to the Bric!k
Store of Andrew Brimmer, Esq and .-..,1t. ii.
onil said Store 57 feet, .,1 .a..* -,. ...- '.at
bounded. T. XL .... ., .. .'
To be sold, by border of the -., ... .. : dsodc'
uioln, to close ,. 11 c...,, .:- ,
That well known rid- valuaiite
Wharf, called Iadia 'Street' Wahur, witf all t'C4
flats and privileges belonging ilr,:to 1-Ai'.>
sundry lots on (Cr. r..ai -[,i..Ir i .all.J SC ilt.I i ic
for Store lots, and other lots in the'rear of-h ,.
also a small lot on Crkb Alley, and a lot t< ol.-
brick Sti'e in Central-Street now occupied bv
John Tucker-Tlie Isale to 'be at the -..r. ..'.
rooeni of the Wlbarl~nger on Tuesday .I .Ilu... "
noon, when the conditions of sale will be imade
kenowvn, and a plan of the lots .. ih -. :..1
TX K'roh '.; act'r.
Sales b.y WH IT WELL &BO. ND.
T HIS D \- i- -.- .-. .. ~ -. ,: I.:,
At Whitvtied .::./ '. -;' s 71 j 'it
3 hhds. 4 tierces .-.!! 5 bbls Ph:':
adelphia GIN, i'n ,, ir, :,;.- I per schr Eliza.Z.30
boxes Havana :.i. .1. -50 ba-ls P.n at..
3 pipes Brandy.
'On THURSDAY next, at '9 o'clock,
-As aboaVe-
A variety of PIECE GOODS.

On FRIDAY next I; ..Lk,

8 bbls blue Viriol, 1 carb c5
Oil do, 2 do Ether, 4 bbls Red Lead.

German Z ,"'-,-.
"On THURSDAY the l,l!h :,.. e:.-. <:toor
No 15, Central-street, Bo'gon,"
150 cases Germ'wn Lim a i.r..rt.
ed in ship Col'umbia, viz:-
7 cases 1-4 Creas, 2 do Karrow do. 13 do 6.4
Dowis, do narrow do. 17do. 17o long'Casarills.
2 do s1iqrt do. S do fouans, 20 do whiite Platii,
las, 1 do 7 4 do. 2 do D.-.. .. il E. dio 7-4
Bretagnes,S do6 4 ditt. .. .-. -, Arabias, 1n2
do Littacloes, 2"do baok'Chedka, 2 do Bonense .
14 do Asnabuys, 1 do Ettapillas, I do Chiolets
1 do containing samples.
CndeitiotiS -For approved paper, viz :-2, 4,
an 1 6 months credit I to uii... r, of an a-
mount exceeding 500 dollars'l for lesi than 50S,
dollars,'t a2 d'4 mo's. Sai!e r ,1 ..-,, ... at 9 o'0 .
clocl'. Wlhitisedtt Bod!, .a'uct're,

T '.1, ,i ..,t i at 1' 'v clock,
OppLsiit- N, 3, LL.agwharf,
Lanaingi!from sck/. Cvrhdom Lovell.
20 pipes 4th proof Cognac Bran,
d'y, warranted pure as imported.

at I o'clock, on the loor *o trhe Exchange C..t'
fee Holue, partt of the 'Esfdif'of the fate Muan.
go Mack y, deceased-
30 Shares in Boston Bank,
So do in Uition Bank,
xI do in Matsachustfts Bank,
8 i6oo 6 per dent defer'd Stock,
io Shbaes in Middle.ekx Canal, with all as-
sess.ments pa.d,
Raisins and Lemons.
THIS DAY, at hialfpast 12 o'clock,
At R. Edwi'ds' I, '. J 1, KJilby-s;reet,
:i' c.i, eseSrve,
100 boxes Bloom Raisins, and 20.
do. Lisbon Lemtons, in lots to suit puorcglaieri.
Itdia G0ods.
T'OMORROW-11 o'clock,
A / Ti'.'.'r and Ganmage's C -
No 15. -. uual-Ci, c'~
1 bale containing 91 pieces Jiat-
pore Sa\wn-13 do Maimoody-6 ba.les Gilla IRi,
ml. tllki's-2 bales containing Ventipoletns, 2.
pungums, bleached, 1 bale 'Cu. aire Iiminty, ,
bale Polhat Hdkf'. 73 pieces fipe Madrass do
769 ps. blue Nankins. T' ermns at sale.
S 'THIS' DAlY ;i 11 .-.'. _.I-. --,'

No 3, ildi-tsidtiet,
1t bags green Cofiee, 3 pipes A-.
raerican Birandy, 1'0 Houes Ch''ocalate. 18 h5b. .
Rus.si'a Ducmi, 4 do do dor partially d.amaged. ,.
-.t..r'il; of Red Cordsi, Cloaths Lints and whi.q
b.sp, old Cables and a qiiiuantity Junk, T'akls
FPlls aund Blocks, 1 ten Oalkum,
/] ',rt.%c L' ,' i-- '/* ',"," ..,
,. ,,' .. '.
I-il Suibscriber one ot tht invent. rs of thq
ew machine for spinning flaxa d htmp5
having improved & simplified it so thut no doult
remains otfits pullick utility, nothing auw hiodert
ts being applied to .uie, hut a \\an't of M'chrin:-
cks capable of building the mnachinery which ue.l i
be done by those of the above description after a

little instruction. The burmness will be i rofita bfs
,-._.li, tn :.. sshlo iirst engage in i; 'Ihq
ut'icr',it-r vi i t isn town a few days nly a;i4
bay be seen at Ir'h HAmrc t's No. 14, Back- tree,
io;t)nt Ml.y a9, ISil

t.- r

'?ritca for the 18th .hinni-ersary 'f the .1Massa-
chuscuts ,Chwritable Fire Sociely.
W-IU I ehle .Miartial clarion's sound,
t' nul Pity hears with dread,
W ite he i-. war.steed's bound,
And !lhe sol o'ij: nrtea srur'd tread,
rfit fthe '.''sS-irwrn their lyres,
A l, p'.or heart hive they to sing !
Yet wh;-n (ha i ity inspires,
Glad, they tune their' sweetest string.
Sacred be the lay ca thee,
First of virtues, Charity.

W ,ten the Northern tempests rosr,
W'1.-nL the rmo ntain billows swell,
Shipwreck'd o,, a rocky sihole,
Who can seamen's hardships tell ?
Listen, sure a Seraplh's song: I ,
Lulls the shiv'ri'g'.i sailor's grief,
While the rugge -t coast along,.
-alimes the signal of relief !
"1'Tis thy cheering light they see,
First of virtues, Charity.

Scenes of calm domestiek joy,
Centres of each tondt desire,
Sn(dld'n rushing to destroy,
See the ruthless demon Fire 1
Houseless mourieras,-banish fear, t
hlsh etch anxious thought to rest;
Thu' the /intry ,sky he drear;
'Warm and kind is Pity's bre st.
A l their w'owsare .osth'dby thee,
first of virtues, Charity.

What can pride or pomp afford,
tar 'o lhe-a''n as Pity'. sigh ?
cran the hero's mour'dulous sword,
"With the peaceful olive vi0 ?
Will the battle's gory field,
With the Muse's grove compare,
Or the tyrant's conquest yield
Peace to smooth the brow of care .
Pride and Valour sbow to thec,
First of virtues, Charity.

k'aox THEo (Rcsonoo) VlCaaC. Pa.rau oT.
On Wednesday a Mr. Winston complained to
the Hustings Court (who are also overseers of
the poor for the city) that Capt. Samuel G. A.
dams (whv hold his commission in this state quo-
to oi'.the;'requisition of 100,000 militia) had ad-
dressed a noqe to him otir. .tenmng to take from
Linm two of his apprentices who had volunteered
without his *: ; t .. I h said apprentices
bad been bound to him by this court,
b-pun this complaint til.: I.. rt n ..iae a rule a-
gaitst Capt. Adams, wh.. *n. ri u, i,. came in-
to court and admitted all the facts stated by
In I?iehimond Hustings Court, 'aia 14, 1812."
'G C-.pt. S nmuel G. Adamrs, against whom a
rule w. s made yesterday, this day appeared in
coiirt, and stated that.he had taken counsel and.
had. been advised that.u ider th ate orders he
had received from the proper officer he had a
right to receive apprentices'as volunteers in the
irmy ; thia.t le was however ready to abide the
.. ':...r, if l,,i c,.,t ', ti.1 ll rsni.'. "
'" .. ,. T i lt- ohiorr -I. ':-:.r, rtlei s qihs-
lion, after h. :ng in,- y ,| Ail,,:.[ l, tlh, -ii.tlh icm n
of the bar, do tli aJ i,'lo e II I t, HI ,u,- Ie I -
gally bound uca- to .oli't-ei'r iI ,tr .-ricvs u3 a
rhdlier : whereupon it is ordered that the said
m.' t1c b' .-i-rred. tie court understanding
.a'.". .-bo ,_- ,.,le. -,- ,t. v ersans of that
description as volunteers."
MARKR TED At Hartford, Mr. EphtaimRobo
irn of Boston, merchant, to Miss Rebecca S-
'Er6wni., AtConcord, N. H' Mr. Charles Hutch.
ins, of Sanbor.ston, to Miss Mary Thorndike,
;.'Dr. T. At N. York, on Saturdsy
1!' e .,.1 Smith merchant, to Mliss Catherine
Ratler, both Lf thatplace. At Saybroo:, N. H.
Mr Enoch Winkzey, to Miss Mary Locke. At
Salisbiry, Mr. John Colby, to Miss Porothy Bag-
in this town, Mi, John F. Trueman, to Miss
Mary Lyons. Mr. Joseph Moreton, to Miss Eli-
za Towne.

.DiED-At New-isrunswt.lk,.ini consequence
of tl'e jury she received by overturning of the
stage, Mrs. Melmorh, a celebrated actress, tormer-
ly of the Theatre, N. York. At Ball-town, N.
Y Mrs. Sarah Morris, wife of William W. Mor-
ris, lisq. formerly of N. York., At St. Albans,
Vt. on the 6th inst. Timothy Holt, 19, son of JonB
than Hoit, Esiq. and member o.f' the .Sophomore
Class in Middlebury (C.All-e ; Mr .i hilii.noch
Fuller, wiie of A.a F. .:q" .1 7-ih.r life was a
pattern of christian excellence, c. n .',' ,, ilir
respect a d .LirN-, i..i .f i' ..t .. i" '. -. it-in
inst, Miss 'N. .bt y di. i ,,.t.. a, .,, d u..ite fDea.
J. Richardson I At i'',dh i,, N H. .o the spot-
red fever, (which :till .t rer. here and some other
-twas,) Miss Anna Dai vioi-. il, daughter of Mr.
james D. At Che.sttr, M I:. Betsy, wife of Hon.
.ii,.; French. At Washinsgton City, Nicholas
kI., City Surveyor. At Alexandria, Capt.
Henry WVashigtorn,-49. At Brewster, C. Cod,
widow Mary Winslaw, 79. At Dorchester, Mrs.
Ann Clap, relict of the late Mr. Noah Clap, b86--
At Norfolk, Robert Oliphant, Esq. Cashier of
the Branch of the late Bank of the United States
at that place. At New-Haven, Con. Mr. THomus
G aiE, Printer, 77-Mr. G. was born at New Lon-
don, in the year 1735 ; he was the eldest son of Mr
Samael G. printer, in that place-his father dying
daring the early part of his life, he was instructed-
i: crinting by his, uncle-Ml. G. first commenced
j,;' nting in Hilartford in 1764. In thedeath of Mr G.
Ihe public has sustained the loss ota worthy man
and very respectable citizen. At Wilmington,, N.
C. William Camrpbell, Esq at an advanced age-
being the iirst white male born in that place.
In N, York, of a consumption, in the 20th year
of her age, mur.h regretted by all who had the
pleasure of knowing her, Miss CATHARISNE
VA N Coa'TLtANT CooP'Ea, daughter of the Rev
E Cooper. Whilst the principal business of too
many of the fair sex is the study of, dress and
tli pursuit of amusements, one..diversson for an
other, to fill tp the vacancies of irteR, Miss C.
was otherwise engaged,: she faithfully and as-
siduoutsly discharged all ,the duties of a d4ught-
er, sister and friend ; attended constantly to the
service of her God, both private arid ptiblick
worship, with the sincerity of a true Christian,
she walked in all the orders of the Lord blame.
less. For sweetness of temper, 'gentleness of
manners, goodness, tenderness. and sensibility
of heart, she was equalled by few;. Her last
hours she spent in prayer, and blessing those a-
round her. A very short time before she expir.
.ed, she said, Is this death How delightful !l
O death, where is thy sting ? G grave where is
thy victory ?" In short in her sphere of lite, she
was the pA-sg-on of female excellence.

To old Subscribers.
TT has been repeatedly requested that Subscri-
bers to the Rpefrtsry .previous to July ist 18z,
would settle their accounts to that date, as the o-
riginal proprietor then disposed of the Establish-
ment.. The Subscriber now informs his former
Patrons, that his bills have been nearly a year
ready for adjustment-that his own obligations
render a speedy settlement indispensable-that
he will not put his bills out of his hands, until the
expiration of the year, that is July ist x8 z ; al-
ter which,as our Rulers say, forbearance would
he a crime V.Call at Noo.5, Mount P'rerron-a-or
seed by the Representatives to the General Court.
Besteo, May Z*. JOHN PARK.,

for Philadelphia.
tS The sch. BETSY, Capt. ALLEN,
e 1'' will take Freight for -hiladelphia
', Apply to the captain on board,
..-- ,- North 'de Longt %ubaf, or THOM-
AS & GREEN LEAF, N 40, Log-.wbarfivbo has
for sale, fine elegant Leopard skins; Russia and
Ravens Duchl, Mace, Germain Tumblcs, &c.
May sa
Israel Thorndike, jun.
No 35, India-street, ._ Has for sale,
fi, HIRTY three tons clean St Petetsburg Hemp,
g90 do old sable Iron, 135 boxes white Havana
Sugar, sro do brown do. an invoice of French
Watches, black and white Laces,-&c &c. bales of
Sheertigs, heavy Duck, Ravens do. Diapers, &c.
.'- ,..i '- The brig ILPIN, will sai; in the
'.. course of a few days for the above
...--' place, siud will take Freight aon re a
sonable terrms. may 26
.- Charles C. Parsons,

No 68, LC.r.A,'h. ri, Has for sale,
( NE hundred hhdlds Ruin, high proof and ex
lcellent flavor, 106 hoces white Havana Sugar
i o.hhds green Coffee, Russia. Duckof 1st quality,
Ravens do do ; half Duck. Clean st Petersburg
Hemp, few baxes white sugar partially damaged,
&ec p may .6
Thomas Sawyer
No 9, India-Wharf,
O Ffers for sale, two Invoices Calcuitti Piece
Gon-d. per the Reaper in:l tLeadf mS26
Ptutnanln i' Ingalls,
Ns. 1 Phillip's .Building's Kilby-st. Have' for sale,
O NE hundred bhds. Molasses, nest quality,.
0 for retail' ig--33 pipes Benica lo Wine-24
pipes Murviedro do.-50 tons clean Hemp-30
reeas Ke-tucky Yarns-20 tons Swedes Iron-
70 ba'es N. O.eans Cotton--20 bales Marino
Wo,l-18 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco-16 hhds.
New-Orleans Sugar-2.a pipes Gin, from the
Wesop Distillery. May 15
-. --Willian Little,
No. Long-Wharf, Has for sale,
-"IVE ihuidred bbis TAR, suitable for Ropemak-
ers; 100 M Pipe nud hhd btaves and heading
,~~ i.i111i. T. n 1 ;, 0 nf 11

J. anl J. Ballard ind Co.
No. 32 Marlboro' street, J Offer for sale,
A T Old Prices, their Stock pf the following Ar-
ticles, viz
Turkey Carpets; Superfine Broadcloths
Hearth Ruggs ; Do Cassimeres;
Irish Linens: Green IMoreens ;
Linen Tabie Cloths, all Fringes and Bed Lace;
sizes ; Carpet Bindings and
Linen Diapers; Thnead; .
Cotton Diapers and Ta- Knives and Forks; a
ble Cloths ; Brais Stair Rods and
Russia and other Dia- Eyes;
pets ; Tea Setts China;
Rusia Crash ; Boxes Cups and Saucers;
Furniture Dimoties; China Plates ;
Do Chints and Checks ; India Window Blinds ;
1Do Silk Damasks; Entry and street Lamps;
Coloured and white Doy- Bell Metal Skillets ;
leys; Glass "Shade Candie-
Marseille Quilts; sticks ;
Cntton Counterpanes; Japan'd frame Castors;
Green Tabit Coverings ; Jackson's Paste Blackiing
Green 8 4 Broadcloths, by the dozen, and oth-
for Billiard Tab!ss, er Articles.
Also-at reduced prices, a handsome assortment
of 5-4. and 6-4 Irish Linen Sheetings, and Naikin
and Common Straw Carpeting. Sw min 2-2
Ehnathan Duren,
IH No 7, Union-strect,
H ..S now on land a general a..sortment of
EUR6PEAN & INDIA GOODS, suitable for the
season-Amoug which are some very scarce Goodls
which he offers for sale on the best terms for cash
or approved credit.
N. B Those who are indebted to the late firm
of Duaen B,.con, are reminded that immediate
payment, will be gratefully received-as all ac-
coun's are to be adjusted by the middle of next
month, and unpaid Note transferred. -May az
Sewall. Salisbury & Co.
INo ib, M'erchanis'-Row,
J'AVE just received, and offer lor sale, bla.k &4
colored Italian Sewing Silks, of a superior
quality. may 19
''resh IEnglish Goods.
W 'M C. ROGERS, No. 73, Cornhill, has jnst
receive d a quantity of scarce and primear-
ticles of British manufacture, which were seized at

S& J. BALLARD & CO. have for
o sale at No; 32 IMarlborough street,
An assortment of Nankin and Canton
Straw CARPETINGS. In the present great scar-
city of Woolen 'Carpetings, the Nankin Straw Car-
petings are parfictltarlyrecommended as an excellent
substitute, they beingof a superior quality, and vcy
durable, may 12

Medical Society.
THE annual meeting of the fellow. of the MAs-
SACHUSETTS M MEDICAL. Soci cTv, will be held
on WEDNESDAY, the third day of June, at to
o'clock, A.M. in the Hall of the Society in Marl-
boro'-street; where a Dissertation will be read by
Dr. HASKILL. of Lunenbureh.

French Goods. The STATED aMETING of the Coinsellors wil be
SC. t W, WA RD. No 62, Cornhill, have just held on the next day succeeding that of the arnt.
J-. rpened,a few packages of FRENCH GOODS, al meeting at to o'clock A. M.
consisting of-. A meeting of the Cunsellors will be he'd by AD-
Ladies' extra long white kid Gloves, J UR1SMENT on the third Wednesday, that is, the
Do do coloured do twentieth day of May: at rr o'clock A. M. for the
Ladies' white habit Gloves, cc'apletion of unfinished business,
Do coloured do The stated meeting.of the Censers will be on
Gentlemen's black and white silk Hose, Thursday preceding the In.icilmeeting, at 4 o'-
Ladies' black and white do clock, P. M. Candidates for examination, are re-
1 case Linen Cambricks, quested to give notice of their intention to present
I do gretn Lustri g for Umbrellas. themselves, on some day previous tu that of the
i case Men's leather Gloves. meeting. .
may a6 By order of the Pres:dent and Counsellorr,
Valuable Frnh Goods WARREN, Recording Secy.
Valuable French Goods. 7-- -1.------
-NE case elgant Lustrings, Id do dSarnets Christian Monitor.
ldo twi l'd Levantine, of all colours-I do
women's and men's white and black silk Hose, MuMROE & FRANCIuS, at No. 4 Cornhill, this day '
1 do fine linen' Cambrirks, I do fine linen-Hdkfs publish,
1 dn silk Urlibrellas, I do plaid Ribbons,. 2 to HE TWENTIETH NUMBER of THE
300 ps Canton Crapes, blk and coloured, 20 ps CtRIs rIAN MONITOR. The attention.ofthe
blk sinchaws public is solicited to this cheap and excellent
The above goods are offered per piece or religious work ; and we will venture to assert
case, for cash, by that, next'to the Bible, it is a complete- ody of
Benjamin Winslow, practical Religion.
mr6 N,. 7, Cornhill CONTENTS
6Superfine _French Cloths. o 'r THE
A SAPH STONE, No 22, State-street, sornei of TWENTY NUMBERS .
A Kilby-street-Has just received ard for sale,

1 bale real superhine French Cloths
-viz. Best super Rousseau black Broad Cloth-
do do Elbeuf Blue do-do do green and fancy col-
ours-1 bale French Cassimeres, viz. blue, mixt',
buffs and scarlet Cassimeies.
The above Goods will be sold by the yard or piece
to.accommodate purchasers. may 26
French Cloths and Cassimeres.
JOHN WIL'ON, has added to his Stock, a few
pieces of superfine black and blue French
Cloths and Cassimeres. Aloo, an assortment of
handsome Vesting. may 26
Mditary Equipage.
FOR sale, 5 setts of second hand Militry, Equi-
page, some of them very elegant-Inquire at
Nc. 14, Marlboro'street. m 22
Something -'legant. "
S EORGE PALMEt, has just opened, from
Ij New.York, a few Elegant Camel Hair long
Shawls ; rich imitation square do ; Aiso. fii
linen Cambrics May 15
Canton Crapes. .
C IIARLES WINSLOW, No 69, Cornhill, has
Just received, an elegant assortment of col'd "
Canton CRAPES,-
of the most fashionable colours, I case black do. of
a superior fabritrk. mo 15..
Just Received, ,
K IDDERMINISTER Carpetings ; f:esh Cali-
coes ; Ginghams ; Copperplates ; Shaw a ;
Muslin half 1Hd, fs & &c.For sale by W.C.ROG-
ERS, No. 83, Cornhil May i5
J OlIN FOX, No. 60, Cornhill, has for sale, a
J large assortment of Irish Linens and Sheetings,
of the best quality. Also, two cases fine 'white
Platillas. may lb
'J. & 1). Ecklcy,
.Hc1'e for sale, .Merchant's Row,
NE hundred and ninety boxes English Win
dow Glass, conmprizing every size, from 8
by 6 to 20 by 12, 1'ton Paris White, a few casks
English Nails, roand and grape shot, a wo'ought
Iron Chest. t3 A Store, to be let, in Mer-
chant's Row. m26
Charles Williams,
ITo 8, Stat-street, Has fr sale just *ereived,
tMPEKIAL, super r yal, royal, inediuro, de-
my, foo'seap and put Writing Papei-demy
coloured & blue do-cases China do--best Eng-
lish and American quarto post letter Paper,
some with water lines-embossed Paper, 8 ve--
gold Leaf-best Engl:sh Lead Pencils-Dutch
Quills--sealing Wax--- Wafers--Penknives--
Razors-Scissors-'Sand Boxes-Pocket Books
and Purses-Dice-Playing Cards-Memoran-
dum and Account Books.--Williamesan's patent
Steel Pens-Mathematical Instruments- Slate
Pencils-Reeves rolars-Enkstands-press and
bonnet Papers-blank Checks on the Banks in
town-Seamen's Journals-Manifests and Bills,
of Lading, &c. &c. may 22
Galvanic Beads.
ITHI IS simp e modification of Galvanism which
a is supposed to be the most safe and easy me-
thod of applying this celebrated principle to mied-
ical purpose, has been used for several years pasr
with great effect in cases of Rhumatism, Nsrvousr
and other Headaches, Inflamed and weak Eyes and
low spirits. Many certificates might be obtained
from persons of respectability, of the beneficial ef-
fects of these Beads, B i the sale being conditional
it is unnecessary to exhibit proofrof their eflicacy
IDirections, U'c delivered with the Beads lor
sale, at DAVIS U B ROWN'S Jewelry Store, cor-
ner of Milk and Marlboro streets. 1. 19.

Bookstore Establishment.
For Sale, on very LIBiE.AL TERM's.
.it' .ork of the BOOKSTORE, No. 11-
I -' .-. .. .ro' street, consisting of a gent r,. as,
sortment of American Books, and a valuable as-
sortment of Stationary, together with the usual
articles kept in a Bookstore; the whole stock
was lately selected on purpose for the establ:sh-
ment and of course is free ftram many unsalea-
ble articles, which generally collect-in a Book-
store, and the amount being small, makes it
more favourable for the purchaser. Few op-
portunities like the present are offered, and any
person wishing to establish themselves in the
Bookselling business, may depend upon a great
bargain-The store may be had with the stock
if required, at a very reasonable rent. For fur-
ther particulars apply as above, or to I. 1HOM-
AS, jun N.) 6, Marlboro street Iwtf ir1l9
To Papermakers, &c.
'OR sale, 50 bags white linen RAGS. Also ;
JL German Tumblers and Decanters. Inquire
of 'To'rT & BuUMSTEAD No 2, Congress-street.
may 19

Henry W. Richards,
UCTIONEER and Commission Merchant, No
9, and to, Centralistreet, Boston.
march ao 3m
Johnson and A dams,
No 34, Long-wharf, HiavT tor sale,
HIA.t Y five boxes Brazil Sugar, suitable
A for retailing-300 hhds St Uoes Salt,afloat
-250 boxes Lemons-Caraccas Cocoa-10 by
12 Window Glass-100,000 Qui Is. m 22

Howe and Spear,
No 5 & 6, D. Spear's.wharf, Have for sale,
NE hundred bags fine Sal-30 crates rs-
sorted Ware-21 pipes Sin.-1000 pounds
Card Wire, may 23

Any one of which may be had separate, at 38
cents ; or the whole bound in ten volumes, at
875 cents.
No. I.--Prayers and Devotional Fxer-
cises, designed for the use of various classes of
persons, particularly young heads of families.
No. II.--Observations on the life and
character of Jesus Christ, taken from the second
part of a work, entitled "Observations on our
Lord's conduct as a divine instructor, and on the .
excellence of his moral character, by William
Newcdmbe, D.D. bishop of Waterford."
No. III.-Eight original Sermons on the
means of religion, under the following] heads : On
the importance and util;t, tF i i..: i means, in
general. On religious c.-.,,i.k '.,..- On prayer.
On the religious observance of the sabbath. On.
public worship. On hearing the word. On read-
ing the holy scriptures. On eEligious conversa-
No. IV.-'Nine discourses on relative du;
ties, partly original, viz. On duties of aged men.
On duties of aged women. On duties of hus-
bands. On duties of wives. On duties of parents;
On duties of children to parents. On duties of
children to each other. On duties of superiors.
'On duties of inferiors. With a hymn -and prayer.
adapted td each discourse. To which is added, i
Reasons for believing in the truth of .' ,,-.r- reve-
lation, arising from the ,i,, ti .... ,,t I'..ur-i reli-
gion, from tthe character of' God, from" the fulfil-
ment of prophecy in Christ, from the nature and
pacific effects of Christ's doctrine, from the chlar-
k acter and resurrection of Christ, from the pros-c
I pect of a future state, from the impracticability of
I biblical history, from the character of unbeliev'ers.
No. V.-A Serious Call to a Devout and
Holy Life, adapted to the state and condition of
all orders "f christians, by William Law, A. M.
abridged. ~'. Johnson :. that reading this
book was tue first or...: :.- ..f l : l .1I ( in
earnest of religion, .i..' I.' :... e .- :. .. of
rational enquiry. Gibbon thus speaks of Dr.Law,
"if there yet exists a s ark of piety in his rea-
der's minds, he' will soon kindle it to a flan.c."
No. VI.-A Treatise on- Self Knowledge,
by Rev. John Mason.
No. VII.-On the truth of the Christian
Religion, from the works of David t i,- ..i \
author of Observations on Mans &c.
No. VIII.-Seven original Sermons, ad-
dressed to young persons on the following sub-
jects ; Reflections on man, and the divine conduct
towards hill; i1" T- rn-m."b r,.,. of the creator in
youth; Motives and encon"-r-nments to early pie-
ty ; The excellence c- i. _i ri't- ..- : tVvarnin.A
against the ertrcements of sinners ;. On the devo-
tion of the heart and life to God ; Christianity a
miild and practical -,. icr .i .:1 "'....
No. IX-An L L t ....mi,-, i to a.
Holy Life :r and a letter to a young.g lady on prep-
aration for death.. By the celebrated William
Wake, archbishop of Canterbury.
No, X.-Moral: and Religi'ous Contem-r
plations, selected and abridged from,the writings
of the learned and pious bishop Hall.
No. XI.--Seven Sermons on the cdii-
cation of children, from the works of Rev. G. J
Zollikofer, and Rev George Walker.
No. XIL.-A Key to the New Testa-
ment, giving an account of the several books,
their contents, their authors, and of the times,
places, and occasions on which they were re-
spectively written. By Rev., Thomas Percy.
No. XIII.--Advice from Farmer True-
man to his daughter. Intended ftor the use of
No. X`T.-In which are considered and
displayed thie causes and mischievous effects of
Uncharitableness, and aiso the nature and obliga-
tions'of Charity, especially with respect to per-
sons of different opinions and practices in matters
of religion : extracted from Dr. Watts's scarce
and valuable work, entitled Orthodoxy and
Charityv United."
No. XV.-Letters- written for comfort-
ing the bereaved of children anud friends, collect-
ed from books and manuscripts, by Rev. John
Erskine, one of the ministers of Edinburgh ; and
first published in 1790. With some additions, by
the Christian Monitor Society.
No. XVI.-Observations- on the con-
version and apostlesphipof St. Paul, by the cele-
brated Lord Lyttleton ; And President Locke's
convention sermon.
No. XVeII.-o-D'r. Bancroft's sermon
delivered before the Christian Monitor Society, at
their annual meeting in Boston, Miay 29, 1810 :
and five sermons, by Dr. Duchal and Dr. Lardner.
No. XVIII.-Seven original disco-urses
on miscellaneous subjects, viz The llappiness of
a life of virtue. The slavery and debasement of a
life of vice. The duty of '-.- i.,..: out our own
salvation illu-traiedand enforced. The Christian
summary of social morality. The evils which
are involved in imprudentand unjust debts. The
forgiveness of injuries. The obligations and ben-
efits of a christian sabbatth.
No. XIX.-Short Observations and
Reflections upon select passages of scripture for
every Sunday in the year : with appropriate
No. XX.-Account of the life and death
John Wilmot, earl of Rochester, who died July
15, 1680 Written by his own direction on his
death bed. By Gilbert Burnet, lord bishop of
Sarum. Bnoston, Iay- 26.

Gentlemen of the Legislature.
T WELVE can be accommn'daed wivilth Board at,
th e corner ot)Chatrher anil Suulih-Allen Streets
West losttor, i5 j ieut in- tndderstr walk r"ore sti
State H -e .r F PAEM '2.R a TON.
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L0 chaldrons Virgini'ia ual, 0 pic ran l I -t*>j, .- .. .. ...-I.. . .t, ,
puncheons Rum, 20 li hs Tobacco, 10oo0 white York and Saco. and sold by the Marshal of the dis-
Chapel Needles, 30 casks wrought Nails, 20 dodo trict, among which are.
flat points. ALSO-Beef, Pork, Cordage, Matnu- 3 4 and 4 4 super London Prints and Calicoes-
factured Tobacco, Hatters' bow Strings. Webb's pa- 4 4 and 6 4 fine white Cotton Cambr;es and Cam-
tent Surpeniders Hairpowder, Paper Htags-a small brick Muslins--corded, striped, and figured Ging.
.... ..kir.. ,d Lace Veils. may a. hams--common and elegant assortment of Shawbl
rtn fine British Cottons -fine 4-4 Lineis -a quan-
\till.itis arston tity of Kiddermins.er Carpetings- plain and cord.
N. 10i India street, I Bas for sale, ed L.ce Muslius-Lace Armlets, .c. which in ad-
13UST landed, editionn to his former Stock, makes his assortment
S40,000 wt white Brazil Sugars-20casksLiseed perhaps as good as can he found in any one Store
Ai!-40 trns- ssioited Swedes iron. may 22 in Boston. may a5
Howe& Spear, '--
s o 5 & 1p, D. e whrf, Long Whzte Kid Gloves,

O FFER for sale, N 6 S ITIARLES WINSLOW, No. 16, Cortilhill, has
0 crates' assorted -Cr-oker War-e just opined, a case of extralong white and
crcoloured kid Gloves--llabit do of ie first qual-
suitable for the Country Merchants, from one crate a 6
to 80, 5 per ccCt tI. r L,,iin ca le) piercthasrd in ity ay 26
Boston. Lansing from sloop He nry, George Brinley,
21 pipes Giin, 1st and ,th proof. From brig For- No 3. Soith-siad, Old MIarkctH es,,u, lias for sale,
titulde. 100 bags fine Salt; 3000 Ibs Card Wire. GEd RAL asortnteutof DRUGS, MEDI-
N B. A Trunk elo,-ing to John .' CINES and DYE-STUFFS, for cash or ap.
M'Donald, was shipped on board the brig /iThmas proved credit.
NAelson. of Wiscasset.-Any person authorized to re- --Aorng B hrcht are the fulowSig, viz..-
ceive said Trunk, and pay the.charges, are request- '200 lbs Aq Fortis )Dx. t500) bs Jallap Root,
ed to call s above, : -. may 39- 1000 do. Arnnatto, 800 lb Gum Myrrhi,
S00 do Arrow Root, 2500 do do A ltes,
.Eo-, liciii :l!i A'- i-.:li, t600 do Borax,refitted, 300 do best T'agacanith,
No 34, Long-va-rarf. Ea1esfor sae", '150 do Bilse. Copaia, 1000 do 2'd quality dou,
N OW landing fror sloop Packet, 73 casks 1 25 do d i, Tolu, 1 tase Opiuom,
AN retailing Molasses ns'26 4000 do Jesuit's Bark, 850 bottlls Castor Oil,
-- O ,i 25() do real Cinnarioi, 'O00 lbs .Liquorieu Rtoot,
Gunpowder, Cotton, Logwood. 750 dorCaneia, e S00 do do Paste,
%LIVERSHERMAN, 16, Long whaarf, has for 4 tos Fla tor Bulphur, 25(0 do Ipecac, pulv.
sale,70 bags Upland and Sea Island Cotton, 4 do r a.l Brimstone, tS00 do Sal. Pctre,
700 ib.hof English Gunpowder, 36 qr casks best 4500 Ibs Senna Leaves,- 3,500 do Antiiethd,
Richmond Powder, iSo tons Logwood, 150' sides 1000 d,' GumnAirioniac, -Best Oil of Ainis,
Sole.Leather, Satffro Coffee, Mi ss Pork 25t00 do do Alabick, t5lO It-a White Vitriol,
TO iET, a house in Cornhi.l, No 3z,at arood- 6.10 do da Guaiac, o35 ids gro. Caimvecd,
rate rent. may 2s6 2 eases Gium Copal, 40 blsbs Salts,
1. b M is n as-es, d2m, 20 d dto do eIhelack, 6 cases 1st quality hIru-
d Molasses, hRum, etc. 1501 lbs Miaadder, barib,
N OW landing from sl.op Caty-ann, 95 hlids u30 boxae SSpanish Cigars, 10 tont s Logwood,
Molisses and holds Rum, also, 26 hl,.ds 2 cases Flahe Marina, 500 ibs Nutgalis,
high proof do. On Ihand, 2.4 pipes Philadelphia 2 do Sorts do, 400 do Safilmters,
Gin, of a superior quality, lbr sale by 1500 lbs Oranige Peel 30 bbls Yelluw Ochre.
tif26 P. ADAMS miay 22-
St N.o21., India Wharf, DANIEL .VAUG*HAIN,
Yarns, Cordage, Sugar, etc. the lare firm of WRlanGH &VandeHAm,Ihas
4' 0 reels l{empen Yarns, now landing from %s n opened a Store, No. 63, 'Cambridge.Street,
brig Mary, .. corner 'of Betknap.Street-where he solicits the
156 reels do do in storfroi different manu- patronage of the public, and his friends, in par-
factories, which .-...i, i: eI best assortment I cular-and where he will keep constantlyfor sapt,
ever offered in th,. ..iltt, a general assortment t ofe
Cordage of any dimeritions laid up at short W-7- o d" c es;
notice, Russita and havens Dnuck, est dia o s & Grocees
150 bars Louisiana Lead, 30 hhds N Orleans of the first auality-which he will sell cheap, for
Sugar, hsda tierces anud bbis do do Molasses, cash, or approved credit-and all favors grate.
Hvsonskin, souchong and BoThea Teas, 100 bbIs fuly acknowledged. Among other articles, are
mess Beef, For sale at No 19, India Wharf, by the following:
JOHN P1RATT or WM. FITZ. T 26f Real Cognac Brandy, Holland and American
Gin ; Jamaica, St Croix and Antigua Rum ; Sher.
.F'ish, alt, etc. ry, Li-bon and Malaga Wines--allofthe first qual-
FORSatle by PAYSON & HOLBROOK, No. 5, icy. ALSO, old Chlerry Rum; Snake Root ; An-
t1, 600 qsrls Bank Eish ; 500 qntils Streights I niseed ; loaf, wkite, Havauna, and brown Sugars ;
Fishb ; 500 hIhds Sah, supericur quality.; Din .Fish sperm, apd sweet oil ; Hyson, Hvsouskin and
Salmon, &c &c. may 22 Souchong Teas ; Wrelch's No i Chocolzte ; real
RUV'. Span:sh Cigarrs ; white and brown Soap ; blue
IXTY-ix hhd g and white Starch ; mould and dipt Candles ; bat-
QIXTY-Also Russia good flavored Rus nowlaniding. ed and draught Cider ; clear Pork and Lard ;
do and half Duck of the first ql i'tyf, savesl hFlour ; Rice ; cinnamon, Nutmegs, Cloves, Mace'
b l. ck, ooolls greetCoff, for, ale Alspice, Ginger, Mustard; box and cask Raisins ;
byC .uPARSONS, No 68,Lorng-wherf. A5 Turkey Figs; Meford Crackers --and many otlh.
S F'Zour etc. er articles too numerous to praticnlarize. may sz,
"AOI'N W. HOLLAND, No 29, Long-wlarf, has -s'r r ZCnt dorants.
J torsa'e, landing from brig Trim, from Baltitiore EXI s ER DANA, No i5 T T- al,..-' has
400 bbls superfine Flour. I-EXIERDANA, No l5, 1T.0 bs aon has
I store-- Prime Sea-Island & Up- o bbls Curraants, r co boxes Welsh's No, r
land Cotton, Russia Duck, Diaper, &c. may 19 50 box. French Prunes, and a Chocolate,
Liverpool Salt A few doMuscatc. Rai- 2o bags do No, i and a
iVE hundred hhds of coarse aid fine SALT d do Turkey Figs, 3 doI. bottles lish
-Apply to JOHN S. TROTT or MARTIN do bags Amonds Catsup
BLAKE, No 8. South side Market-house, do boxes Madeira Ct- 50 do baskets Salt,
may 19 rn, 30 boxes French Oil,
Tar, and Pipe Staves. zo boxes and bottles fine oo lbs Ground Pepper.
I YM. WALTER & CO. No 37, Long-wharf Capers,
Shave for sale,the cargo of the schr Modock- and a general assortment of Grocerie r, wholesale
awando, from Carolina, of xooo bbis Tar, 5ooo wit.hRctail. iney a6
W, 0. pipe Staves-Can be landed at any Wharf R. V W hitifng.
in town if app ied for immediately.- lt
SAlso in Store-Madeira Wine, of the first qualit- Agentfir Bostonl li-n and Nail Factory,
ty.Logwood, Coffee, &c. may x9 '!tW AS for sale, at No 34, India-street,
.0 .a8 100 doz. warranted German Steel Scythes,
isfgar-AlFolasses. 300 tons Swedes Iron, assorted,
F IFTY eight hhds. and 4 tierces MOLASSES, 250 do Russia do.
00o supriour quality ; 48 hhuds Muscovado SU- 200 casks cut Nails, assorted from 3d to 25d,
GAR, landing from brig Isaac-for sale by SHIM- 50 do do sheathing and drawing Nais,
MIN & COLMAN. may 19 99 do 4d and 6d. wrought do
Fo or Brads,
4 Supeofine Phlsaed. Flour. Iron Hoops and Nail Plates,
' KTOW landing from schr Betsey, Philadelphia Spike and Horse Nail Rods,
.1 q100 bbls superfine Flour, of 1st quality- 2000 ibs English blistered Steel, (L.)
180 do do Rye do. Also in Stor e, 8000 do American do do may 22
300 bbls fresh Rye Flour, a -rc t *i
40 chests Young Iiyson Tea, per brig Ac- AMew: York Slate 'Company.
tive, 'THE above have for sale, Slate of the first
1000 ps yellow Nankins, T. quality,all sizes, apply to
Russia Broad Diapers. For sale by SAM. m26. 3J. D. ECKLEY, Agents.
CABOT, Jr. No. 39, India-street, may 19
,ro &.....i. Rice, and Cotton Laces.
.Iron Oi L 9'WO hundred and fifty tierces prime Rice,
TITVILLIAM MARSTON, No. 0o, India-street I. now landing fcom ship Juno, from Charles-
S has for sale, ".oin, for sale by JOSEPH & JOHN F. HEAD,
40o tons assorted Swedes Iron ; Nu. 45, State-street. Also-
ax casks Ioreign Linseed Oil May ..... ri ....-- ..... T ...V. '5 '., %v5

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