The repertory
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Title: The repertory
Uniform Title: Repertory (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Physical Description: v. : ; 51-53 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John Park
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: December 7, 1810
Publication Date: 1804-1811
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 58 (Feb. 3, 1804)-vol. 8, no. 52 (June 28, 1811).
General Note: Publisher: J. & A.W. Park, 1809-1810.
General Note: A statement from the editor published under this title was issued Jan. 25, 1804, but apparently does not constitute an issue of the newspaper.
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VOLU" V: V ," B STONE, FRIDAY T" DECZ 3: ER 7, 1ER980. ..
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Is Published TUSDAYS and U.DAYS, by "J yOf\ !.AR IR in the ] a(S C cImmbsr, OLD the pubtik 'that he hi ;i rr ,:.i'.:.3d-r.". trunk W rI Hr r.or :- r .,on A ,n s '*- wt.I.! F.'RTI I "i'r; -- ? :' .''; TOS:7' -,. ,"O ..." ,,, .,.,. .-, to atter 'him, t, -
STA"r 'rr, lisu .I..'... SAS'?. ", (M.V ass.)....lS10" ei.Cork aumll ', ... .:- .:,, ....; .. ,.i. o V/AL : :'-OL u T .li: r Ii :i. *-,'.*. ,-'*r '* s '; .... ,* .1 *.. ... .., .ress fm ll cfvauniV .
_- -- -. --.7"," ---. ,_ r _" _T _th______ _purp-e____ ,

(.' V;' /B .T .pairIorvariuls sizes and7 .rI0N U :,,- i Take these wi.h purple waing, n,, ,.. .. ... ... i ......r'. .... ng E-*Rhb nd and i sult ; ani om pell-ed t.h a to
L Fop^ -, r ., a ., a pp.. n x, two in advance ot quality which will be said at reduced prices On the ruined rampart g-rew, i .,:- ,..*.ui e .1 .ii.- '.I th.: F.. rui 1 ,., ..,-, ,.... .. .\ i ,. : ,1,1,,.'. ,, ,. ..
On subaritang...-124 cents single.- Distant Like ,vise on hand a, hand .,n ;,-,: .- r..a.-,t of L j .. W here., the sorns f" f om b avimg1, I u ." at t'.- : ':t I "; ne, \,' .- -,, I u'*,m ; "
.. 1 -. '- 13'r 1 II 'I I I' '' + 9 3'

sLibers ustforward Yaa. IIs subscrip. dies'-,black orcM shoe: -' .: .', .r- 1 .rri,- ..Romes -n ri -, ...j .. fei.. ew ,- :. ....,; .. ,-- .. .* .. 7 -, h_.-._,I, ... either of them -ei-
._ .n-_-fn .,7!_vanc "' _ed do wi l. .. eq ally :". "'-.J .I -.. -,t ; ... i -- : ; *. .'. ,. r.. h. b *l I the o4ator of .the (lfepui;ation<. z.yr i Dhtch-
2. sub aer 'i can bs received for a less .eo 'ors at f6 per pair v arranted c a superior qualt W warriors from th eb .ich of da~ng r, ->,.; ..h!, 1... i -.: Ics ,Pp, 9 I.,I throut h thle r ". i ,. ,i; n-, h : : .. r I, ",, r .. ,',
e t n si o r ,-1 ity ,. a e-. .i. i... .. ._;- ,:.. ,:- b lacki r ....... d 1 -P h 'l.J, .* 1 Ilh ere ; .,r ,, .: l't i ._ '. ,: r ,, .. 1.., ,. since ,,,,;_ .] ., i,,|st ,. ,, ,.. .i ,,
N o ", r h. ., ,.? ,r..1n1,, t u, t 5,a3rheara- at f6 ..r .; ,- I .P.1 .,, A '- .-. T .. ,. .. ; -. -,'.h-l' l J ," ."- ". a ',. W ar t .' ;. h ,," ., :, .,,.1 tl ... .- .: i,, i .
ges^,t.. .:"., **I iUlI- a .omut be .tin gant~c~g,,;.h~, -,-*,.'1 + + ';, 1:!..r ,'_ 1, -. ~; ',, ..l: ...-, t ,, -. w :h i i te ave'~le~i,~t, l a ,1e t .n r e E* 1 : *:go s, w c hi i sell t a vo.i oo re b .. .*,., wi c a ac e. I. for t l .n 1-1. sl es
I -goDds, whIch b will se at a ver r uc d,, .-price. .07-.:-,_- :q. .I a.-. e -a now fuly corroboratedbythe c.'.',n..... M" E' acrifie I.. .. na, have sh ,',:rs
Ssuit J. S. telnders-his sincere thanks to the '.. i [ ."; 2.':li. liam Cobbett, aas Pete Porcupine. tor a .,L ed at the hor.-.. -.. .-.. .. ,. ,:., to.wlich.
N OT ICE .uli .;:, r 7., ". I : .,- .i,. .... .. time:. r ....1... -v..... .... ... 1 .I ,. com e 4
On 1'I-,'; H o. W e'ls -.. _. ;...:',. .i r,.. .,,,s.. h, :....... L,.- .: u,, .0.. 2 4 ,..I. .- .,,. ,' a r.aop,- ',oh, u "ne\ a I....,.
C or. o.qw m '.notzM ass c s.o r'TTs. doubt nrlt'!y hi.,,nrem, ncxcrtio^a)bft that F POM IAVJ.G(ARUI CK E -~q ci eer r^ e^u rpo ed'by lni brp, t- .'hat.,. i; .:^' ;, ,. ,=:..' .', .". *; ...
IS p ba t O.. t hotd an at B,)sIn, n and he hal be abieto accom m date cu ters with Soon Iifer e ate :,'i arr k had purchas- y,,_ -," n .-' r.F. f re Bi t ai. i to ... t. ,i
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A for the cou tyofS ff Novembe 9h, anyof the above cod on term. whih will meet ed a rnoity 1, Lane dscovereO te the r^ ,_, ,: of th. :u" .n country"1 nant a il ..-.r r; ,," .,Te hr
A.D. 180.-Whereas EITN-CE .HOW, E.xecu- a Conh.,l ive: of thc', ,,..,.l. ..n.. company rcqUlred a COPSlderable-recri-t of low Resoi ved, therefore, that it be and it is here- The answer mtst be Yes! i hundreds and thou
Tris of the. last will of larh le, ate of said ', actors : in tle choice of those he generally pail by commended by this meeting to their repub- -sands of the profess of dcmovac tpov
B1 ston, pVysieian d.eeeased, has thiao day Dff ., ..,,,-. ; "" -t. an ae ion toperson adlook, o oe. tnau to i.:, .i.,.,..r ,1.h; c,, ,,I t t t of veyt t,
-.ir h e i iec.i. to iv noticethr eeks as w .... r s e, n Pe- ay, tli eye was p(mcspslly consult... There dw I .! ,,, -,-- .... 'n.]'f OJ,- 1
r, :,Ih I now ,, -I,,. .. ti -sa e, 1 i ae Pe .y t e ey w s prnc p ll 'c n ul.. he 'e h" ..,, -. !. 1": ,' ,[ ...I .. ,i,. i,- 1 ,: .. i -1 -,re t i II 1,1i t." ."

*' *c e' si" i '.rl *l '- liepl ertaory and Independent li ess Cl,,the' as ant .... ; n l'oston, of the ful- w as a. that timn about the'theatre a very whim .".f ..,/ .. us in en' as e .- _. .,-," 1 i "
2. '. :,:,,q4.ei printed in said iBoston, lowiIn gcoloars, viz, hiack.luinie,"brMRwn,scar.!.,criini- siculfellowwh'ose nims was Stone, hehadmuch IiENRY FANNING,Chairman. usand general, asr s_,;r .... ..' .
that sai l a onnt wiil be passed upon at the son, botu cgrec n and slate -the greaer patis twil- readur b ut never could be prevailed upon to A SHERM AN,c ..-.,'t-,. me .. ,,, h. ,. '1 ,. :
Probate OiIe G is said B.:ston, on vMoanday, the led. "ead the s-age. Mr. :!:, hoeer, ou ., ,
17th f December next, at IO o k,'A. lL N 9640 yards Carpetig, which him somc.tling to do,.. I i e .was employed re- Tis is ,: ..' ed, i, ,-, r',- '-I tl tragedi.s aeinl -a a ..-.. .1. ,
e,.en ar ,.1 ,,here ali persons interested inay at- wil\ he <.,>ld ; te nd ,f they' see fit. er he-broughl at person whe was perm itted to of t.'.-:m ,,- t ,,t ...' .!, believes. .- terniin .ion, which they fi:.h ;" -
T.OM A S D A W E S, <. Judge of;Pro ate. w G-o'd s .... .st .- to m urder and t ,t .. .. t
.I-,N KUr IN, Tor:,', N ,,,a, .rate st net, hos h.,e lad a cer an s-.m-g1en him f1r.o" :. ,,l:I ...c d, ,,,,,, t. 1'., th t nor obt rier:ds an"
nov 0 9 J'for 'aa a"icty ,ff toods < i, ;... and for three or four ears this man ( .h.> hA.l' tiond ^Aenibly of France. They resolved that republicans, the Duteb, ;ire obliterated a.*;..a-..
/ -NOTICE action, via.--brow,, olive, b e,,, n,,...i l;,.',J. acquired v',-. r1.'.,.r. Ftthe theatriFeCrimp) there was nio God-that death wa-s an eternal sorbrd in the ., .:: of-',1enhh lvtrn ny. -i, ige
On Iobert Gold's Estate. l. ', dmbeand dagie miled drab ; .-.il various i-i._'.i i,, ..., r.ea tolerate subsist- sle-Ip &c. Our American CIngre -inde it ha\ be condemned if we 0.... bee.. ,- ,",."-
C .-.t ',- ". 'a-.- -rH e M A SSA C~ tS 'rT S.. shades ; lu.ni~~laekl bB ,tue, tabled ,l,;ctv of .h. a. ,;d ,d,, a ,sMi- \,'ft'r wn-Ih nIottI *.._.'..,:,.. ... *,* ,:,| "., ....r *-* *. ",. t.".., "'. ',.** ',. '
A, t ., t ,,.-, .'.- Court holder at Boston in an01 meres V ^ l',n4-Js.
1 ,1r-W o ,eas S ., B. r.i f .*- :. U ". favoured vith bya gentleman, wo iniformas us .tce worl stw .. I .1 I ..- 0 I
,oii n ..a-." e.?. o L-.-L' : I d -- '_ .. yh y l n I th y e ar 174, t h E m p e ro N -Il ." ,. be d o f r r r i ] ,.1 .. ; ,_. ., ... ,, -
m in istra to n d e b u is n o n, o n th e t. ,' ,S- .t .- ". : *!,. .r .Ioon I ri h ts; a n d 1 ,,,. .. .,. : ,.; ..l .. .. .. -, I ,.'. .. ) ..
...: S:.r hn..L- of said Bo-a,.,:. SxR- 52r, Lucy turned ne ,. .: h, lobby gaced, wi oliu.t s rymptomr cf .e:. ,., ... 1 .,,c1,, ,. '1...' .., y _e^ t-
.s.,* .l I tf ',w .l to. ~gqve l ut ic'. p- die .1 '., ',t i -. > _';,rryt t e 'd% iand b eha ted ve.. '.. fi to .I iI 1 TT --.'..,I Ieih r of 11i ilI.-

-t', ''. '"" i .... ., e pet y a A'for sale- -. r y tw te last hLp nd Andno forsooth, in n i ationof these great who. a, w II .;: b t
B alosto Gazette, Newspapers, printet1 iasaid I O p a S ven nsD .ck-- O do, he smore I'shoudn't have a farthing. I can't <: i '- '.., a little scurvy kno9 O .f ;' :rd. ,;, '7,," ,.,], ... ,, ..:.. .. 1 .
., 1 .1 t I .| nll..I. c ilo wi |' .*; I i I. R r c I,. -. nl : r 1 1 r ..-I- | upon I-I I Ive A f w CIpids you -.I. : Y -'... .' .C. .., I *, I" he ..' t e. ,. o ", ,.D
,. ,. -, 1 .. fre.tf ... .- .-. -' .. havecheap, as they belong- to ,a poor iourne:v- are, and siall be c:.:i rd i,,r.rc1i. s .; W io will exp ,- : h:i 'm r
,; ., I.-l, ... ,l ..-,1,- .., l ^ r, t r l a' l ;;l eo i s ', ".' *; ,,-*' ,-' '" m an sho.e-m .k er, w hom I drink .w ith now a ad d oub t it novw. : ep .sed h dms? in t. e .. r '. ,
\i.. When tndJ-'where" air pe:rt l's5'-;ntsrested -Ii Grass Cabies- /ih.O, ,' t .,-.t..: i a b':. ..,v.. en.i i ,.*i..h d rs f ., -.
ia u s vt. A iir eed. 1,1 Iv,'n d ; 500 yards -Canvass, + -- .... which _:e have .,,,! or.. I .,....-
i 1,'" ; .. il-..'. ,* suitatIV e f6 1 r ., .1- 1 ; C trv G in a!d I am yo.lrh-m ble .L'erva.t, L: L' 7 i I .....! .O T--C. I.. ._
a. -,1o1..;r, .I- ,' Irandy ; \ / ; :4,., .I r .,NII,:d. ) ,- W .STONR. 1. ...". ,* ,tha ll ;,, .w1, n :.'' .-I .. h.... -,'.1 0, '!
cvun b P- ANSWER. i nff ,- t !-e have be.n-r.v", 'it i, o f. L
g -akv- --- Ui .}. u o tnal L & IngIl s, sTO?;K-You are the b!et !.qown thi e world ? 'e't k.r:da,.-,Letters of dhIfrent dates re- hl-.ress o.Hllaf ,i-1. ,o .-it ...,II I I r.
it.E Cop.Ih .;l l.-u -- .V ea -yyls Have for sale, ; t1--b'io't!e u< pids to tle T7heatre tomnro'rw, ceived at N. Oceans .state that Drowni; .corn- once wvn_.1.or"O.:, it mus ,aI:1. ,1on kI-l a;
+' "H o a 'r "bl t..lJ. S';:' Kiy te dr s-1sSnert, have 'or tle ".. -. 1, ,1a ,C b ot lia;F t o c pie ~ ,-.-

.iv. eA',eQ t... ...,v-,':,- '. u,,l.-'' the fiim ot /-NE hundred boxes white and brownk Havaua ..' h,.. .< arer', .-,, .,i ,.: 1.-, ygu shall m;mder. of St. iHelenu, opposed to the new or- occutse .
,', ," 'r tis this l .j l ... .l c.i- O sg"rs ; 1'.' L y w der of things, utirendered himself to the con- That it might not i ,pe..r dout'il '-, so i;.-
,....... FRED'K.s :._--'-.._- I-, -o oo wt Coffee ; "paY .tfor .. the i.h p--he verYP ventiondia-le-ts. on t l h Ot. e w p,- under durable an cca-; I ,,;, ,. s io. Io.:.
DN TVIDW EST. o hbds St.-Kitts Rnm ; t'nt .or rh t at w a. I t you I ar I. ...A..... of:, a- .,'h l ,...i at ,.I .. 1 "..
-F-,I...,.sv.h,,n-I, L'.lh,,,," .' .--, ,rare 4 pi- Old Cog ackBrandy; -. t .o ,.r d re., .. .,1 ., .1 1 t dh o n"o -'. t, n R e a: s h 1rvontid by a r"u!. h do nrce of I.,, 1 1i.-1. t .. ,t ;
lL '. t i.... ...... e ,q .. i...i ... -: ".r a pie. es Nankins ; t | ., i, .-Tow .r-' i. -_ -= in th t t e anrl thos-i-i e ,,mitbaln d, t o.tha edittti .. ,drn l I .... e t e-
.. .,.t .,, D. ,\, <, -... I .. I .,. .,- Best oohca Tc infarter chests. i.e u t7i.t 1 I 1 An ) t seis hover, r "in s to" march at a" o w;t tel p i.,s ic ',s of .jrleast ,:1;
o -7 W M t ,o U s ll s oub s 'i t b y h i* u n c l i*n c x r iis b^ i t h a 1 e i .. i Lt it l*? n G E v >' i ~ .! A ;III W e '.! L.'i i e n i r f-i' a d o p t-i 1 1 Hi | *i-e f. (i, -s i -i s i- r c -n ,- ; .. I ., \I 1.

,. -.-ov on man or two tor Ricied, if you c-", and \av ,oine warni_. T ... ...' .',.: ty e goes to way of: .... .t.. .d -
.. .. .. ....... ell" ah' i- O 'H l-r l l W tlLl t. 1*l etIt' ** i-i d. fn l-. SefJ '- i i i1:i-p.,
!O T C <. -' ,. .. ,,. a, he v i n ,^.n'' "'-' cobiettee oa .l..e.d.e, to wet eh; 'I n a m 'c t '' .op a ni for r o.... I..t /.. e n ,
i i" V :: '. .T Jun. :,,-.relin- .. No 10 Central-street, 3"" {- w m l it.t do ., 2, ,u al- they trustedd their concerns in the .vacation: a .;t ,-t e ,-d ifs --, ^ ^
-,.... : theHMard Ware Busineas, requests r1AVE recevcd by the ships Sally Ann, Thin- though I thihIk he will sueeed ,in Mat. a a committee to drft a constitution. A mu- ,;;,-, a na i:z. :, ,
l-i those to whoi hl.a indebted either, by note; [*,. cydides, and Ann, from Liverpool, an ex- 1 ....---- i -;-- -I--. tiny ,",s discovered at B'aton 9....*,-- on the" I't is well ; : t ed^it, *it "
tacco.. ,..::- -. ':, to ca:l on him and have tensioveassortmcnt of The person here called the Bishop was pro- night 17, 'I at the head o which was a nev- Gazette, ibat t .. ., ., ,t ;':..- ...
.the a.-a- J ..,_ aJl those indebted _.o !.lf a ..d OCtton G, l.s. eltd by Stoneand had often rehersed the art ly ap,,oited, cant Cok. ,whos plau was to se! .",ecom newton u-',s u= ..the *s ""
.: .; '.. 1, ..a: nt e ceie .A/, y -6ysh ,a Newv Ca en,lfi-bm 1:-nd.n, a vai- ot t.. u:. ., W,.ch ,. 4 ,e Ih:y o, H "-n th, fort and liberate col. Laesus,. O iher ie tte:rs -an prefer it tor s.r t reasons, ; t E is O.o
11i for rh *sov 3f crty ofNFaucy Goods, cono'ving of f our- Iy ll, with stch .a -.'. ,el., that, -tl iayiit v;.tsto seize .le of the mb.t influential well knoI that wherever l 's men.-
tU-iL)uV \ A. ed silk Armtlts, long apd shart black, white and ri.k fcquenay addle.,on .un, t the reher- nmembersrof'the convention andaend themnto.cub- archv r-ach. all *.*.rpi.'A; is at am tn vv r, I.J 1 il I eCs

S .U. aVEE :SO,'rve removed to N. coloured K and Beaver Gov "-s, Ribbons, Lace9n, rsrl s Cousin of Winhester. The ,e ow, how-ta sacola and Havana. Cook acd his two subaterns Tans bin oily ec!nii'd i; ,' 0 -
r- t, Kilbystet,.whreathey kepcoastantly utons; &, 3m ct as eW't, neer played the part, alhouh the nit we cashier and ordered out of te terr ory ra .. ., creang .is fame as ..
..for.. ...sae- ..... hs cong out was "1 ot ed i the pulIck T .' c,,puties of horse arrive d irom Iayo..i The main objct of embr.-.g lo:!ai..ed .ander
,_a-,,,-. Bolts, Spi.pkes, NailS and Labet and Lee, yec, ti, Mcr.ni(b.n I..; o he Cerytven- pot. thue l P.. ...a r top t te r execution Oe i" e wrnd of his m"ntrchy, ,savowed, f a ,
D-inhoR.ing, ndi, KIL iI Y-STR EET, ing he w as to make ils a pparance. p ..ot...." n ."., ; se" birI tlil o ftle. t.. pu s zoft o t smi cnions "ova
CopperShees .,.i 1 t,:, r :'. al' sizes; --AVE received by the Aim, from Liverpool, S" iuio l :t ,i;<- tL-!irise Mie re ian d to r n;;.r inrpo .;")
,n -. ,n Cognpd oipod ails, ldo o; J e t I: ao fu I...iereI..-Or"%".o, fWincheLatr e Ofin drunk *, for thi 'ie,, amp:,,e t o |, a;'"e
Church, Acadeav) aad Ship Beills do do. CL"+THS; ."tt .AS ME '"; "o lii;" ; t ., B "rt--and sears, d~ainn hts eye.,s li h fslowi'ng xr of ah fr lretl~ ta is~ atr Va.]gin'- hterb local ituatine pauacolrfied her; an ..'.._ ,.
xedPelir e Ci.>ths; olor and bLack t wilo dC0'm. mn I. al the first resp.-tab i.iy at i.g h Wata nulat:..* ..,:
n,- 9 -- bncka ; SC irtig C o .;,,. A, +,.b A!so received by he'll ply to-night, 0 "' ,. Mi.s,-issip. ,i Terrihor.y, t,( ., i i"frien. ., ih's ties of weatlh. Let Mr. Bentitis" pcln o t .. .tsin-
.... .. 1--- 0 Ofhrc-. cyt ,' bearing depte. at r, g nation h among al th-se wh- lave ,ee '! over-
fOR sa!e--8 Merino EWES, of the. 1w.... u.011s, -. s, sept- '; ,as. e" The siyetmhan of Fha mst c red ad ru n t' t ha -
... ..'. ,. .. ,. -,r,,,g floci of the Coumt de 'T'hOS. G. AmOry & .Co. o' n-ThengretishP ulemay g to the u fdevil-I chims e ea.iie;t posibk:le,.t,,.ion ofout.gov- ed more than the rest-she 1^, lost heyr aI, ho
,,h.e:c. t I.. I by .I. l r.port- *- do not ,now .r.t. cd except 5el .I eminent, tor, uilesA they are adopted. d into our comn'nerce,. r"i wealth, her libc.rty, her verry
(l ;,, hS.- 1,...I,.-.I, om I;.....,, ,,inch will Hiave torsale, A.t No 38.India.wlharf, i- DGe K------. f,,nily c.;'. ,. ... ., ,tere is >u.ch room to n.ame. Bonaparte hs rendered the .itchmi..an
be sold lowif pplication is made soon to TH. lN')NG flom schr+Boston, capt. Canter- --- h, ....... ,. '-beligernts of..Eu,.ope Is norove'Jng. as the f1o-g, w.icl, i! -
*HAXTER, No,. 68, Ltng-wharf. j bury, from Nvw York, T 'he Spaitlards do not often pay hypertolical wilt atttnmpt to lay violent hasids upon these poos of ...**> **d i .., ,. ..
-WH4 1! \3 'l q..LE- 20 pipes high 3d pr)of Cognaek .-.,',r.1.0... W b utonm oe thir admired wrtne:s, p'oVinces to the iralcuable ir' of tie Un.- may be as incess-ant as the duti and -u. aisala.
20,000 wt t. )om:l,go Coffee, enl B.andy-20 pipes Old H.lianilGeneva-a qual- sp.. ..ngof a. Lady s lacees, says, "^"cy ed State, lnd;:d t verily .. there i. a. sounds with which that amphibious reptile fa-
.tItled todebenture ; $0 hhds James .Rver To- .*y oe .rough C ,rl. novS0 wrnmou,.a:bi for the n,.rders she hat ce- ; -rong party in tha ,:,c:.y ut .%vour of is tu- tig uethe-ear, they will pass as unreded. If
.cco ; a quantity r ofCobfee & Cotton Bagging'; ".: ZbaCCO, -lor. ^, .and.tea cr nI r B. BO LANrD. No 45, Long wharf, has for in a lhte epdgriam ati=c verse, on a Lady-who; a'^,,c and Ln Ui i.tt h by evr real ne D t^ w y sy, di bee,
4 l s o E X C ^ t A N J: O n L o n d o n s a le5 h a d a b /o rd -d o e ye i c a n w v d hi n t h c p ~ i u ~,>iii t.; .e d b v ]l r nd r c .! s f, -,u n ev ^ ,! i h r : o ~ f i n h i p -, .
nov SO i 4-3 thds MOI.sCS, now laadin from sToop Oh let it be said, thine eye i ; red: iho,,.tt .... ,. to ave the rnou! "ik the
,,rlr '" ",..l H-i -i .-..' Willii,Capt Stove.- iN $ORE, i No long er. odear H.atriet, be moodly, '" Ia wuuhl l.e 'i v.ii- f our 1 overrnment to ool ",. !" I ma l to the aui .
.VI S-t' N No 1 on-S wharf lhs So hhds J mesRiver T'obacco, Sin'.e so moany die.by the strok.. of .hat eye forbid the itertr'ence ofas citi.na : the. in- .-
.w irepssestceed, .' .. 4 hhlds Carolina Tobacco, N o wonder the ,eap, is bloody." t rests ad their feelings ave ,to ston.y enhat. What Sta pS. this approbation of the vrogs
b 'fewbales re .i10 Wool from '4. bbIossuperfine Four, I -v cle v uo to to Ie ep I I ....is Ia
A few D bles real. ....tlrlo W oo l 40 boxes brown oap, A company of strolling players were perform- l .o b k trin ithea tte t troubled h asta in 'ing a tuitde w he ith hitriackwee 'obure i s it"
Satn- 3 toS Hemp. tgt'. Anchors, madt by A. Cushing, and war- ing Piarro oa ac ;, i .,!,.n ,whe. durin" that quarter, numbers of er'itoti I were daily they acquih.ed their h.in .cl dece b aq.!.
16 hhds St,, Croix ,Rm--9 bales Sea ranted, nv -3 ri,. recital of the ......... ........ .'that urnin;,.ry cro.sinqand recrossing the ilne in anxious -ex- sang'uinary strlggle--ls-l,-v ,.trn:.' ** ".' ;. p t re
lsPia., ;.,.,i-- .: I.. beat--HysoB, HysonskiB took fifein consequence of the lights being plac- pect.ation of some military employment. The cedeott by whih our zIage.'e.s o 17 A.8 .e:iA,..-.t- .,
and ,,..e.,* ... ,ov. 30 George 1urroug s, ed too near it. The manager, who was oli-0at- Conventionaliss wili agi ,e i, conveniin,', L. ,. suppled u: wid-.... ...
.Estate 1S Marlboro' Street. i no. 9, IniW.,sreet, "asd forZ sle, in as hghpriet afte si-ing the words; "O ia", 't fe w da'vs,, at Batun lhouvg'e, and think one ,I;,.., a e t .-.i i- a nation, ji.. ed, us -I, t.he wIar,
OI.oIaIre, ,ft ed "a; i tb uos ene .,.tItboro- NE hundred and fty boxes brown rnest te 0 ti measures will be to d t -msti- and spiltheiblod i the cnou c.e--they
%1 desil, f leyg ae7 tef t ,fMaiboEo--treet..l28 ft. N n 0 U sa:y, on tuot ott o.pedi'" ga1' t t heI Spanir..h o, trmi- nation d democrats rejoice; -.,-d _,. ,eeing "aer
.la. stret, ~eiu "le ou t;;merl/ow ed ad oc'u- f.avau 'Sugar ;20 uiu~er ((} wite ,, [ ,b~e Th u p oceeing ith the hymn 0peI ,-.c, ;prd-n :brprought-a.. t ey \ril wet Thiswsst nermitotered toe la +ry at.k nni

deep ad e8 ft, oc Hawley-street, with all the buil- mento; 0 e and Cotton. nov sun however blazed:-l he manager continued sons on Mobille and Pensacolh. Netwithstand- trampled in the dust, ca t ite. .1 ,1] rious. He
is therea-wFor further particular apply to nln ridsU ctsu oe were con ing these overt acts of stf-)overInent, I am who can feel the emotions of pleasure uponl'
V P;,.P4vA, Es change l T H M A .. .... ..it -- e G e i -.. J I i .

,.' 1,i i..% s -- t ['. ,,." .:,.,1 to.*< ,' Ir-'..VE for safe-a'few setts of cleg;njapanned .-.--. promptly and joyfully acquiesce in any claim Napoleon, and he who publishes them muit be
K .( N, federal st aeet, corner of Round-lane- hai, and aet Manuac s, every des- I ',...."t.Also- lo I Cp.-c.a .',-,.l "to I.it.nco wic e Uited Sttes would se t wl calculated for betray'Iig his llow ci eu
containing23 ha some parlours; 2 kitchens,and cr ption, ,s usualat No. 3; and 2B, Cornhi'l. the caonsus just completed, the city ,'dii county *' But u|)on this subject y,:u iv/ll iprobablv be .. ..u jec---. ---
7 chambers, wi- a ..;-.... ,. ,kell of good of ew-York contain nearly Vid,-,I ur ,us- much bet.-r in,>nmed, in a short ti:\;, by a 'ime -e [We are glad to find that the very doctrinpe an
.w te .-te n, w od h ^ a d br -a iP li n and for h reebi jta ryc. The hiscres ,, o k ,u pop lat.,tion o Jse jnqc .r w o f Pillib e 'n by The Uones uiv U d' to re u ci; is -At all l -_ -t," a
"> t r, a is e s, w o h ,se a d b r at o v i b o l ,olv ra IlI. .11 ,-fJ"..I th D u c re b i e!..

prese:.I ntt,.: c..-.;:u,1,'.,., df the Rev.Dr. Eck- Eii. R .llinS4 since the cen!i. T, o .ier.,f the Corporationn ain omas'rovrne t" i e. sent ae noveaio to reasoning,whioe t we : omeliae lnee radvanceJ,
Jey; '" --. ". ..' t id in afe days. In- No. SI, Long Wharf, Has for sale, 1805, is more. t-, '. Th sund, and since ,. :,,.t.... .. ,,a ,....., .. ., t in the Repertory, with respect to Bena.;;pa:t-s1
quire of A. BRI MMER, inAtAiktmon-street. -RTY hhds ,;ew Orleans Molasses, A the f ormer census by order of Conress (ir e T 1- prenceofjustifighis.amoui, tdecr
,,++ n -:p'f ___J_ I; 30 putncneons Rum,. "year 18JO0) more thahi Tlirtu/-'i'7ree" rhuusa.. *^ ** .** i .-l" r ,' ..\. -.. p:,te. of u tiyu his lam o-le de r
Si I u ci f-80 o s ssi ck, ;_ yzear 183,L0) more o ". ....I" "-"_1-1 --- "! h principles of retaliation on oII N'.n-'h-;,.+
-' 0I ho-i t '- ~ t 1 1 ia ir icua d st e ri ..II.,c .lr o cI.:l i, e : .II I ul-; erce-o=t e 1...-.:.- .....- 1

t ..' .. : ,- Ll'.u'/ ll 500 bbls superfiAe F1our.- -EXCHANGE on Accountsfrom Mariettastate,the >r,. Ohio r.,rt uLT. ta utic teLourse law, has been suuied ;
... A t ..t di- tra ndfsioal 'S -Iondon" .,:2 "I'.: o.- adm.a 1oito1F.Pu f .v -aeJjeybn- salcnin usiest p .lwlrfI ~i
-1 ....... -I. I"0 '.d1 I -' ...q mi

S--^ C,,o h bia-Ureet, nowiu tIcupa Lo f--.-- .. rose thirty feet, in a short time, and ba7ed up .ollld, after enduri. c". cy oppression that Prench governent by Mr. .. ,,r., o.
iuon of Mr. SAM 'J GIL.ERT, with. every con- the Muskingfum nearly twel,,s t3ile Several evuh' b,, in ^.i d,'si: the '.,:uon coalesced late Consul General, ..t Paris. The- '" *
venience requis; te for the perfect accommoda- and E]. P H-j[fLIS. boats, bound dwn to New Orleans lost heir ater bing 'ao h" sos, aud d i is extrct oo his f, l v to
i o the tn:m t, nld on ers a faIvourable .op- tFFER 1ot sa`e at No- n, Philip's ildings, 4 way i nu the iog, an were oarr ed some distiance her oc-I.s ..... .,,ti!_ioIt the ship Ocea.i
..-rtuut tFIT- ._. I',.,7 ,. p, es, b"Om y b e nad

the 15th instant. ....,i atl o Nso.iotd Stan e f .0 cases Pins,adaorted, they beiag acogtnanmcrt up the. Muskingum. ed with F.'ranse, her name extinguished, and The imperial decree is unfounded on th)
U rmi I "+ -.o sai B- : i 1}, "S, V ... ., a 1 I, 1 -. i, ,, T .: t-

h use t .i e so.l pr nov f_ ...- 3 ---- o b her g.r. set f.Iever. 'To render resistance to rights of reprisals. It rests solhiy on Ie aI.,ct (,'
r-,- ....... ...... .. .. MO O, .g ti. .. pppression as impossible as her groans have the United States, of the 1st of March, i),
g b, ,LE T or SOLD, .upon a. Silk Velvets, 'The fonowinc isveitliiiet litentlm fnrm hitereno I'een u ..... I-., i,-towns and hef ports which interdicts the !,htranc,,, into their ":c..i l^
liberal credi t-ArHOUS, situated in Dis- a be, i filled with 'rench soldiery, who have all L,, i..:, and Frennh vessels.
till.House-square; now in ithe occupation of ML -J OOR sa M N treet, of. a pape,.ealled the Ol Clony Gae't'" :.- superseded the authority of the civil magis- I shall not here speak of e right wich l
E Jones, possessingevery cneiece requisite for s s umite materium vertris, qui scribtis aquam trates, and who w';i be ... .1 and replaced, independent powers have of putting whatc-.
the accommodation e ofya family. Apply at No 3, 2 cases black and coloured Silk VaI- viribus ; et versat dau, quid fene recusasiu., as oftun as familiarity wi h ],;libittnts may restrictions compatible with the ri.lns of n:1-
Old State House: eptf sept i 3 ve s. nov Quid valent humoeri-- be prcsum.d to soften the ,heart, as it so.net.;es lions, whili they mn,'.y think proper, on the con..
.O I l rt-F n3 s --e-- ,vill, even of N.w.poleon's cut-thronts, and open merce and communications to *their citizens ,
O, be Lk_..-::..EL --t0r o years, Boutdman r ope, Mr. Curtrs of Arlington intends asking per- an access to pity lor the sua'crings and .-,,. subjects with those of other po,,,i;.. NLithc*
. HOUSE N .( 5, on the E.st side of llan- 1o 37 India lWha,' Of' f!r sae, mis'lon to Ilay before lthe i" l.. la of the Unit- of that most unfortunate pepie in the world. shall insist on the particular 'int'est wi' n the
cock-street. Sai d. House has every convenience changee on I...,J...n --... o, 1,000 pieces ed State, at their ensuing" session a plan for ti(e As thie enmperours of .jne made a spectacle U. States h av as a .natio; essenttiady neutep,
for a faiGly. Foa r particulars apply to MAC -. Blue Nankeens, nov j establishment of a National Board of Agricul- of the degradlation of conquered kings, so the not to employ this right except in a case iof .i.e
AY, PRINCE and 1ACKAY, No.66, 8tate-st. ture, to be incorporated with the Government, emp>;rour of F.rance puts a period to natlous, last extremity; T!ere ar'e two p.roposit.Tn:s, tHL:
.noY 13 septf, L C and C'. eI-t_.a1...Ze to the national uni- b 1ini n as it were, le images oteir de tut oU whi cano e ess ti .
S Small Ht-OUSE' rl"ady furnish- GaI versilty. The plan is, in msny respects, found- psrted existenceto ls triumphal car. Afer a iilt.., ,1 ,, 3 ail Europe. I s-ha-li 6bser,.,
./-\ ... ,.~ ., ; >-J ^'**'i^- HRE kept constantly for sa!r-', ,,d w;li be dru- ed upon the celebrated principles of the En- -tre:yv la'd been purchased :al the c.;pense of a that as the United Stalons passed The t" of ,t.
ed.swa te I ] 1 ,- + ....

", i .s wan t: ..a .a..... o'one ear--I;- .C. ring thewinter at T. PARSONS's No 53, 1 fsh Board ofAg ticulture, 1 .... ', thL details lare'sum, and ;the rn. ._ardtble remnant, cons:st- 1st <. March 1809, they ;.;' ay inc<.,rres,-l, !-;.
quire at tbe Ieper'l ry .ice. .,cwbury street, ad at ROBERTS's C;'tcry i are somodified, as to suit the physical proper. ing only of le" shdc, .o;f independence, Iwas rght so to do ; th-;ey v>'re coI;'Lpel>ed to vte ,.
., N. ",,,. "i .. .." ..... .. ..,, 2 A._L6.1)..... ..

tis eOf of e United Suitat F'V h1


; F'r "S .'+-r -., r- ^
-+ 1' --i ^.. .- ., E.-.. '
a l^,-J _

i.. impsri."-o l :.ik y onger tti tertst. Biut In cm-
pkidyini 'tis right, in y-vilhl.i tin this pnr,-vo.:-
;,'n. ht~ pr'ctutoats hLave nit been. onscrved
S- 'hI.. U. Stit. n i.". I il i. I i snl.nlestcencroaci h-
nternt on tlie I, -,l.i--. ... .. and'lo give tothbe
sitbwects ofi'rance- and( of Engl'tnd, a ll -'- .
ry leans to withdraw ti-emsElves from It .*-
fecs of l'ti act which w:-s a;oto be in -i .--, **. '
tiht taritv three month -:dic.r' its prm ulg-'ainon.
The nations whom it copen rtied had timely no-
ice ef it ;, their vessels in the ports of the U.
S)r. ,w., Nt re at lierity !'u Ieave them, and no in-
kdividu.l cnIuldt atifcer; ,unless he were voluntari-
ly e p(e,..ndi.
ST'inU, tithnce precautions so well succeeded,
that wc chalhn nge the' most inveterate enemies
u* tihe U. St ateS to cite a case, in which a French
v4-esel has been seized or sequestered in virtue
of this act. .
ifCthnca it were preferred to follow the princi-
T.pe of reciprocity and reprisals as the decree
proposes, Frances oight to have given the Uin:t-
ied States the samine ntitice. which she received
itam them : the citizens of these states neither
oight nor could entertain any ldoiiiht on this sub-
ject: they have, then, confided in the m -'ni. -;
aeous kcyalty of his imjesty the Empe.oure and
4.-- ti.y have confined in the letter of his e:..-
-,, ,he minister at war; they could not
t 1..i ..-, that if they conformed wholly to
the kj.nnw decrees of the French government,
hL;v mi.o'iht coine with their- vessels into the
ports of 'rance and the countries under her do--
inination. Thus they bavte not ceased to come
during more than a-years; and of a sudden, at
t *e end ofthius year- appears a decree, which,
t.omonths after its d:ae, str-ike" indistinctly
with confiscation the vessels whie in future may
enter the ports, and those which I.1 .-.r-n- .i
during the course of tle whole year W', ( ,,:-.
we s.y ? the -'csseis which were found in the
-.--, even lbe fore the epoch when the decree
-> :: ..I e ;ts oper.atnnm, are like the
other.s-. .f t, .1, in oppn contravention of
e-Tcry txt ofthe decree. There is something
tot!ay inexplicable. Napoleon the Great cot-.lI
rnt have intended so-manifest a violation of Ii -
SI I: cfinat;ons and of public faith. It is to
the judges of the Conncil, revered defenders of
this s l .1! I: i:1 I:.,i1 ,it faith, which ought
to be itn- I l .., .. ..h ...i appeal: ir.n r. u--i
thyinti'epreters oft imperial justice i pl '. i.l' -
confidence, that this property will be, restored.
Cansvll o fthe Ulited States, sVc:

-"- -.:-- ---.-t --)--l.-p
1 ,- "r-- .* ,i i Ol,1 L'" .' '. r. V ITAS. "
BOSTON, FRID,Tr, DiseasisR 7, 1810.

A" '! :.'.'"i lll -I"] f l' vat' t,"- hi II h H --, n i-i rn. -
diate seat of war in Europe, since our last.-
.iil gn';ct t. n,. -t may be more favourable to
th i .... ., iul i rng humanity.

As buit few of the Members of Congress ha-A
arrived at Wt. .-li..-in on T'"iir Aday, last week,.
it was not expected that. u quorum would as-
semble on the Monday following. We may pos-
a1.1, have.the President's Message for our next.

sorne seem to think that because Bonaparte
a.:i- 1. Massena, he will hear of his jeopardy
with indifference. B.Li p'-i ti has a more econ-
omical wuy t.t ;.1i.-.r himselfof obnoxious gen-
erals, than by giving up a large army with them.
Wfe dare not. yet entertain sanguine expecta-
ztions of the defeat of IMassena, but we believe
-not from any great partiality to himn or his mas-.

FIROiM A'dViA'':-2-ov. 16.
Slig'ars have been .sold within a few days at
7 ds. bhrownr, anti 9 white,and .-.. =, scarce,
there nut 1..-', -.more than 1500 boxes at ma'-.
ket ; coel'eeis, 1 i ,' on the rise ; log-
wood scarcest 55 : Am. produce very low, a.,
i -l .... freights. T. -- 1 7 i n ships have just,
arrived from Cadiz, i fitmilies eachl"

S,,:-... -,- .. Jack, 16 days from
1 t., .1 ,. .i vbimh reports that the
t ..... d '.cea shut. against the
11. I'l ; IIC 1l .

.' i..ll-.. 'i r ; p .r- i i. i .:'.: '.t I from the
Neo i ". ; '.-I: i-.-.. inn h'u-t, i ...I- i l, I American
it f.V. iGC.lfi.'YP.
JlMr. Jianr i I .... n ,,n It. .inn who for a long
t'me past has been very much dissatisfied with
aome of tihe measures of our govern felut, has,
it is said, been recently convinced by Mr. Mad-
ison that his opinions were wrons-. Mr. M. hasI
lately spent a fortinight with Mr..ilii:..-.. The
loli.ourable Brockholst Li.in.-:t'dr. i *,-oin ru-'
nhoured,.and the rumour -. .- I.:I.e'.L-cd i.y ma-
y '-I I- .- .1- ..; i-.l it; is to succeed M r.'
Armstrong, as minister to the cabinet of St.
Clo'd, and the present secretary of state, Mr.
R. Smith, is to fill Mr..L's ..n. n ini the bench of
ihi- c.i n.in Tie Court of the I.l,'r.'r.I States.- Mr.
M.imri.-, i. is added, is to be our future secre-
tan Mi lefferson, we are informed, not long
since wrote to Mr. Madison, that now is the
time to strike a blow against Eingland. 1 Ti is
.'therefore expected that the President's m!ct-
sage will be a pri-ttyt- ,' n,:r.i- as it regards
,,n-s lB -1,,,i. er';ei 4h ,i i lne must deter-
riii. i-j.n f..t' their rt-p ti hi ve any f .url in -,n
it,. I u li.

A l:-t1n fe--rm cur corre-poa-r.-- at at ..aI-nd
teo d.ate-. h t. TlimiJulndy cn ciiin says---"Ow-
ing to bad roa4s Gen. Varnum the Speaker of
ihe House of Representatives, nor but a few of
Ibe Members of ;..i.-rc._ [ave yet arrived, and
I am satisfied IlI ,. ,il I,, no house on Mon-
.;i.-, -.. .ou need not look for the President's
"r;., :. to be delivered under Wednesday."
[-. F. E. Peo t.
Extra act ,fu .-.'.. : ,., n .. dated in Se-t.
GeCEi'ai Venegas, the iew vice'oy of Mexico,
has t-,ived from Spain, and taken possession of
thie Vic'eroyalty of Mexico amidst the aeclama-
lions of Mexienns, who received hi, in PIh all
the h~':nurs and affection due to a di i'nI,. r of
l-,.-..:. .d his country, against tyranny and
.u i, .. ., '

An .ct worthy of American Seamen:
Whik ethe r-:'.- .'. n n ...",n, Capt. Hull,.
wac coming i...,n-. I. ..-.... -'.,*, a young sea.-
man accidental fll overboard and was drown-
ed. A subscription -aas opened on board the
frigate, -* .. .- 1., last, for the relief -t .n, mo-
ther, apoor w-',,.-. ,lIh ;r,. i. Phli.-.elphia; when
thesusu of one '.. .. '- :. subsciibed by
his shipmates, which they have requested the
Hton. Secretary of the navy to haves ,ii.I.,., ii...iii
their pasv, and to be paid over to li,. iir-,fn tu-
ate woman. The brave are ealwhaiysi'eerous.
*'V. London Gas.

rAttempt to seize Joseph Bonaparte.
The account mentioned here of an attempt to
seize Joseph is true.. The Empecinado took
possession of the Cassade Campo after killing
the whole bf the guards c, 11 ..jiai, ilhat king
Joseph was at the theatre tt .t .:, .ni.i, he en-
ternd Madrid with a chosen i ..*, klUi, the cen-,

t'YCi at t lphy fuil anl w0ou1 have size
Joseph, if he lhi d inot sneaked away through
a bcek door. The Empecinado?..-. i-hi' p'.-n
had failed, cut his way tliro%-g'h l : 'a
the gate of AlcaIa, and rejoined hii troops.
i. ir als a fact, that in the space of one month,
I..j: birds of the gate of Fuencarr;tl were thrice
I.'.11, 1 off by the ELmpecinada.

Our readers, by referring to the Non Inter-
course la in ,fC....., .. will observe, that those
sections r 1 1 '. In1 law of 1st ,., last,
apply to the exclusion of the British ilag from .
our waters, and to prohibit the importation of
all British goods. Of course, Ameliican ships
with cargoes, may go to Great Britain as here-
tofore, even if she should not revoke her block-
ading orders. V1 Y. Gaz.

By an inadvertent omission, the paragraph in
our last, respecting the new play, performed on
Wednesday, was not headed, "Communica-
tion." We knew nothing of its merits.

.Tefvray-Mention was some time since made of
a seamen that was left on the Ininini' I,. 1 1 :-.
and of Sombrero, by Captain ].l:.. ,_l .*I.. --I
English g -e. nr.?"l-, h..'in.- sent out a vessel to
his relief, h .' nit n hl .i previously been tak-
en off the Island by i,' .mneIic.- ..'.1 AU L ,
don paper of the "Jith lct. r..l.,.,c 1. r iq .l
having arrived there on the preceding Monday,
vwhe'i the L..rd, lof' ..l .A.imnirh d : ,1m f.*.
free -.I cri tl'nir i lh ., -:.r. *' ,: .I i .I fl -:Ii I
of C r.t I...L ..- n -. i m i a li-. r- S..... .* ..n -r.
for t tl,. h I- I '. p he 1..dl s- ':1 It I'.: l a
good N. :..kini our,lr; l-.in an ] confesses he
madetlh t i'.r hi, r, s n,., ithu I 1, e in ', .
but he says it is cimmron among I: .ii *... ., .-
the cross for shortness. Hle says he was eight.
d -.s n T. l'..i. .-b.r ctrblir,., ljrbi,. all which
tG r n.- '. .l ni, ',i:, hn ri aini <'l.r 'w"in .
on, which he drank out of the e*-1'.'s-I I i,-
r-,,.i k.-iL t several vessels passed v iin.0 i ..;1 L.
tI-it I v. too weak to hail them *"idt 1 It hi ti.
Un *' n ui very last stage of starvation when the
American vessel touched at the Island.-tIe left
London in very high spirits, with his money, to
see his mother.-Soime people were after him,
to make ;.in e;,,'.;. : l. iI..:ift for money ; but he
, got his discharge from the service expressly on
the condition that he should quit London imme-

Ii. rc I .

Ai N..w 'B d-f.rn, M r "T l.. i ,, *" h i, i'
Ri ,.1 P.,--i,;, Mr. Win 'itHowland, to Miss E.
L.:., \' ,, A. t ... 0 i 'I. Daniel M itchell,
to MI;' Eliza Hussey.
fII tib town, I I l .il", e' -r.ing, by the, Rev.
Mr. M' ,'i ...i,'. -i.a.,,,s- Vkn to Miss Mar-
gal'ee \V ,',.'i h 1
On Tuesday last, (at S. Bosten) by the Rev.
Mr. Lowell, Mr.. Henry Robinson, of Dorch as.
ter, to. Miss Susannah Could.
Last Evening, by the Rev Dr Eckley, Mr.
Thomas Ridley, to Miss CiLroline Oliver, both
r, ; I l t CI 1
At Nantucket, Mrs. Lydia Welch, wife of Mr.
I,,.l.,,-r, Welch ; Mrs Allen, widowi of the late
captain Benja. Allen ; Miss Lydia Starbuck,iEt.
33. At Duxhury, of hydrophobia, Mr. Ezra Sil-
vester, At. 73, and a son of Mr. Silvarus Wes-
ton, 1.'.. 3.. .. .-il-e .rhibi received 31 w.- :n-lr
before its i...n-ii r.,. i :.ne it from I ,: .
of the dog. At Newburyport, Mr. .-Ii ,., i.
B.lJ-, -i. 25, son of Dr. John Bond. At sea,
22d Oct. Mr. George Mountz, mer. of George-
town. At t li.y!i. -0 i, S. C. (supposed to have
fallen between the ship Latona and the 'wharf,
and drowned) Paul Dunham, a seaman and na-
tive of Massachusetts.
At Littleton, Mr. John Dix, 2Et 56.
At Carbridge, on Monday, Mr. Win. Symmes,
of this town, iEt. 57. Funeral this afternoon,
from his. late dwelling, near Mr. Davenport's
tavern. Relations and friends are requested to
attend without further invitation.
At Weston, on Tuesday, Mrs. Mary Slack,
wife of John zi.-. k. Esq. JAt. 54. Funeral from
I his dwelling-hdifse, this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends and relations are desired to attend with-
out further invitation..
In this town, on Tuesday evening, Adaline,
youngest daughter of Mr. John W'.Vi-llhi hi,
Mt.. 9 years. Funeral this -afternoon at 3 o'-
clock, from his house in Pleasant-street.. Rela-
Gt-;n1 'nd t- i f --k '. I.he ,'n 'fir i s i requested to
attend withent further invitation.
On Tuesday. Mr. William Chandler, lEt. 40.
Funeral this afternoon at 3 o'clock, from his
late dwellifig-house, Green-street. Friends and
relations are requested to attend without fur-
ther invitation.
0. The Cn iir,: Companies of Boston and
Charlestown, are requested to attend.

aepertor -4 5 rfC- ournal.


'Ship ? .: tF ',' Lisbon ; schra Lilly,
Iaeavitt, St Johns, N B. Lively, Marvin, I ali-
fax ; P.-)itr>I:., Winslow, Madeira ; Friend.
ship, .Little, St Croix; Six Brothers, Lane,'Lis-
C0.. '77..HG CLE..R.f N'ClS.
S uli'ins 'I-..i.n,1 Hall, Duxbury.; Independ-
ene.-, 1 l, ,,ipfn. for Marblehead ; Financier,
Sears, Baltimore ; sloops Rlanel, Ratcliff,Port-
land ; Fame, Davis, N.Bedford.; Packet, Wheel-
er, Damascotta.

From th Le5. t .- ..' ," ..: .'i r
TUESDAY, Dee 4--. ., ,'. bt il.ii.inln. fr.
Lynn ; sch.Eagle, PIhnl. '.l....,ps C as. ,ir,Li'.hi;
Betsey, Portsmoutih.
WVEDNPEDAY, Dec 5, .Ir. Rosebud, Marsonb
PI. mnloI. N : Friendship,'Fossett, Bi'istol.
I1H'1; .11.\, D -c. 6-ilr. ship Lucia, Has-
kell, 68 days from St. r..i. I-s,.-, via Gotten-
burg, with hemp, .iron and dua/c. to Hion. Wm.
6ray. Sailed from the latter place Nov 2, in
co. With about 40 sail, among them were brig
Lathrop, for Bostoin I.. Matflower,
Boyd, for do F. Genrg'e i-I I.-l .-; brig Fran-
cis, fordo ; bark ln-.t'- Ia.*. lii..-,., for Salem ;
ship M ci-rin,', n ,rl, i, for do ; ship Hope, for
Every GI I ni, Poeet .. F 600, which sailed from
Gottenburg 8tl Oct. capt H says, about 40 were
captured, and 200 missing-believes only 1 A-
inericas. Capt.H. spoke the P. -i;.:.-...:. r, Id, of
this port, who informed, that tl, Dir,.s had
boarded him; but after much coaxing permit-
ted hint to proceed. About the 22d Oct. the
Danmes captured near, and sent into Ber-nliolm,
brig Rover, Groves, of Boston, fur St. Peters-
burg. .. ". .c 1. off Georges, ship Exeter,
Bray, -nsI [..:.,.',tli ..n, Brigg, both from St Pe-
tersburg, for Salem.

The brsig Mary-ann, Given, of Birunswick,
Me. has arrived at N. York, in 36 days from

Ship Silenus, Joy, NBedford ; schr Betsey-
Matilda, Sc[',irPm, tlemn ; and sloop Mary, from
Boston, a;- j' N',, i., on Monday;
A letter from Portland, to the E C House.
dated.Dec. 4says-" By a gentleman from Pas-
samaquoddy, we learn, that on, Monday evening,'

oth ult, capt. CGerlhas Allen, of sch, Pere-
gr'ine, of Boston, in attempting to take a boat
load of plaster oir board his vessel, tog-ether
with 4 other men in tha boat, sunk ; and he & 1
other (an Englishman) perished. On the -''. ,
the body of capt. A. wits taken up and conveyed
to Moose Island. .The other body had not been
found when our inforieant left 'Qu'tddy. Capt.
Allen, We understand, belonged to Dartmouth,
The 'rCg ri;- sailed from Passamaquoddy,
last anr i .r, tor Boston.
The Jilia, ar. at Baltimore, sailed from Arch-
angel, Sept 30, and came over the bar 1st Oct.
in co with ship Eliza, Bowditch, of Salem.-
The brigs 5: li, S.v-,-, and Gil..ui'-.r i i.:.i,
were to sail in 3 or 4 days.
Sca Agnes, BDaxter, from Boston ; & sloop
Merit, Burk, Providence, have arrived at Alex-
andria. '.
Fi'o ;Vew London, Dec 5-" On Wednesday
last arrived here the United States frigate Con-
stitution, of 44 guns, Captain Hull; aud on
Tuesday the schooner n.- .ece. -.rfl .1 T, Li..
Perry. The President, C .rirni.-d..r: I I'., ..oii
the Argus are daily expn .clid. %'.- ...l--I "-, .
'.I, port is to be- the place of rendeavotis for
the winter. It is highly .i, government have thus noticed us. This har-
bour is not shut up with ice once in 50 years.;
,h.: -i i :i i ...t: ..nt for aship of the line; the
i r,..:...,, :i.i-ril : safe in the most violent
storms from any point of the compass accest-
i, .. in seasons ; on all accounts a safe, cheap
n.i .' ..... enmtii- avlinn for tiei ii nt. 1W e hope
.l, l'..liltVl, nill I;- SO ll ,l hl ..l w ith
in., .n ..._ -.m.l iIr, i.-.1 reception of the sqnad-
ron, as to receive the most favourable impres-
Big- Joseph, Pedrick, of Marblehead, ar. the
23d from Norway, having compromised with
the'eaptoirs for Yo0 'rix dollars. The Joseph
was cleared in the lower court and the captors
appealed. Capt Pedriick, left in Norway, schrs
Aurora, Curtis, from Alicant; and Polly, Lyon,
from Charleston, both of Marblehead, cleared
in the lower court, captors appealed, waiting
trial. .
The hr;'p T,'nisna, HIfyward, from hence was
at N. Orc '., N...' 3, .l ..-:1,-i r.1.. '-' cargo, in
S.-.--.1 order, and was expected to sail for J.s- -
ton, by the 25th. '
Ship Mary, Clairke, of Portland, .:,nndeml.i.J
at the district Court in N. Carolina, has been ac-
a,,u,'l' ,i .n .thl Circuit Court.... .
l'i:' :r,>or 16 sail of vessels were lately pas-
sed in the Missisippi, bound up.
The following is a list of the number of ves-
sels in the poet ..i'. ,1. ..i, .v 14, together
with their tonnage, which amounts to 11,025
tons-including about2000 Foreign.
Ships 6
Brigs 17
Schooners 8
Sloops 14
!Y. 'if. 1A .,. ; f 7 R."..-
The brigBetlsey, 1.-.v a, Il P... :.-,.... !,. from
New-Orleans, bqouid .. r..' .,r, l.I. .ottorn,
hemp and yarns, put into thde Havana on the.
2i1, l. 'ir.; ibe struck by a sea in the gale
.l .h.i, >l.ch ,I... ,i n her dead hghts, carri-
*- i n i> h.. i q t.:,' pieces and started three
streaks of plank from her glunwaie-the leak
was stopped with hemp, to which the crew owe
their preservation'.
Sloop Farmer, Ili, i.,14 days from Mtlr-
frecsb)ro's, for Boston, put into Norfolk, 21st
uilt. i distress. Two of the crew, ufus Rip-
ley, and James Gooch, were knocked overboard
and drowned.
The brig V r.;n--si ,r, of Hartford, dismast-
ed, and six fiet wat<.n in her hold, has been fal-
len in with on the outer edge of the Guiphi
Stream, in lat 29, 18-no person on board ; sup.
posed to be !, ,.1.i II, W. Indies.
The brig H.-j i ..- f i .. ,., whvch left Turks
Islanti O : li, n -.. .i., a. IeC ., -put into
Nassa;u. N % I, 1 i 'i
The Amerrcan s.h. i I. .1.. .1., ,, 1. (he prop.
erty of Metesi-s Noyes, Lowell & &Co. ot r.'otiar'i)
capt Blake, sAiled 'from Port au Prince, SL Dir
mingo-experiftcred heavy gales and boisterous
weadier, and on the 1st Nov. was cast away on
Abaco Keys, near the Elbows, the fVesstl anl
cargo totally lost ; Moses Leouscot, mate, and
Win Huggins, George Kersey, and James ,
mariners, were drowned, as also all the passen.
Mor-'. Mr Wm D Smith, of NYork, M-Ilisson, (a
In', llirhn,') and two coloured women and a lit-
tle girl. The master and remainder of the crew
saved themselves on the rocks where they re-
mained three days,'when they were taken off by
a vessel and carried to Guana Key, and after-
wards carried to Nassau, N P. where they ar-
rived on the 6th Nov.
A letter'from Gloucester, dated Dec. 5, says-
The sloop Alexandria, Pandletoo,of Prospect,
Me. was driven ashore last night at Squam-ves-
sel bilged, no lives lout; but a heavy sea comes;
on shore .
Schr Hamilton, Boyd, from Gea'getown, D C
for r.i ,-1. .d .. .'. en down on thenight of the
lOt. UI.J.. b, i n .I,-n man of war, and much in-
jtr-,l n 1 i. t hIoir overboard from 1.. r 150
bbls flour

At New Orleans, Nov. 12, shi;rs Marquis de
Soalernelos, of Salem, for N. York ; ship Miser,
of Boston, for Europe, first wind. At St B rts,
Nor '-, ,pti \W'.nl.-, Orrington ; Sutton, of
Po.-nl .l t-.c.- Pr ,. i,-_, '.At vana, Nov 17,
among others, b.;-. Marine, Parrot, returned,
(in distress, both topmasts gone, &c) .f'.
out 29 days ; Mary, Saunders, 25 i,, i n
nil1,i- :a put it's "vi-hth the loss f .
anchor; Mercator, of Portland ; Mary, of do.
for Boston, in. ., ; Resolitimnn, .Davis, of
SBoston. At .- .. c -t ,, I .. -..,,., : ....: ,
of Salem, destination uncer; Patterson, Provi-
dence, do ; Tlomas, Newburyport, discharg-
ing; Tr'iten, New Bedford, ready Si .I .. -..
Bedforiv ar.t lin r it i shr ---- -;, ],,i. .'.i ...,,
brig Mary, do ; Oiean, Newport ;H-ero, Bos-
ton, soon ; Bedford, of Port south, for Setlin ;
Thetis, of Beverly, forb Russia; Charlolte, Bos-
ton, for the Baltie,,, repairing--the following
sailed same day: .E !.I ..-r, Lovett ; Perseve-
rance, Silver; Roboreas,Cross; Polly, Allen :
Jason, Alien ; Neptune, Kin, ; Factor, Brown ;
Moses, Massey I; 'ilhlami & Ciharles, Chapman ;
petsi y, Florence ; Belleisle, Felt; I(.,,;-,- i., .,-
more, all of Salem-Exeter. Bra. ,I ,l, I.r '. !

York ; Francis, Harris, Boston ; Rebecca, do ;
Olyi ipus, do ; Lilly, do ; Exert, Pool, ofdo foar
NYork ; Hurnl, of do florLiverpool ; Narragan-
set, Brislol, R I ; Dover, Providence ;. Bison, of
Saco, for Liverpool ,At t S Pet.abbittr', Sept
29, M~hi z Eliza, Boston ; Blellona, do-to sail
next day ; Hugh Jonson, Boston ; Rover, do ;
Belle-S vage, of doifor Philad; Sewall, of do
for London ;-atl to sail soon : Am Hero, of Sa-
lem, and a Boston brig from Copenhagen, late-
ly arrived-the following vessels sailed same
day : Three-Brothers, Lothrop, Boston ; Lucit,
do ; Adriana, do; Halcyon, do ; Ms,il.. '-.r,
Washington, William, Fede"ral Georgr,- "I J ,
Diana, of do for London ; Endeavour, Salcm;
Perseverance, do'; Hope, Beverly ;, Prince Ma-
dock, of Pn' .ni. iii, for Lomdon ; Mcssengern
of Salem, for N York. At Lisbon, Nov 2, brigs
Greyl found, Allen, for Boston,10 ; Telemachus,
Goidwin, do 10 ; Comet, do ready, C.-Trim,
discharging-; Zeavial, of Providence,- for Alex-
andria, in 10 ; ship Belvidere, Xyest, of Boston,
for S America ; Morning-star, for Providence
in 10 ; schr Sattelite, of Warren, for New-York,
ready ; F : I i. ofBoston, sold ; ait Newbu-
r.ypc!at brigjust ar,

Ta. '. Jarvis & S'onl ,
rlj'HE premiumnof Five Per Cent, allowed on the No 5 C. ,:'7. Corner .t-fr..l r.lw
th payment of TAXES, within thirty-days from ..'AVEjut received, via lle-,.etV t:nd or "
the date of the Bills, wi l cease in Wards No 5) i sale, r
and if, lhe 1ath instant. --*J,, doz. assorted Tapes and BobLbi;i,
WM SMI i'H, Treasurer and Collector. tI-'1, pieces superior Satin lid Lu.,Lti, Rib.
Treasr '" ~. No 17, Old State /ouse,r bons, assorted colours;
Bostoin, Dee, .3d, x8to. 1 600 doz. extra long and short, white French
Kid. Beaver and Silk I;.,s.h I iorti itynaiy
N,.OTICE is hereby given that the 2 cases fine white cau-ii.,,,k t,.,red H BhdliI,
S Subscriber has b:, ,..i,.'\ ai.Nirli Admin- 3 do Madras pattern Hds iis
istrator with the Will .,,,r...\eJ cr. i tie e.iate of Pe- I do elegant twill'd Madras BFhkfs new patterasi
ter Johonnot formerly of Boston distiller and late do. Tamboured India .%:1 -.l. -
Si :rin-,l '-tireet inthe-parish ofSt.-Mary Le 6ow 1 Rich Silk Velvet-, a-,.. a ,-ed *i o
hi i -1.'. '. of Midd. .- ,, L, Agl -n..;, deceased,& W hite and coimo: mtd'Ljtr, .Q -' Lc za;1
has taken upon himself tha ; loi t lt svini t .- nd- St.tins, etc ; d
as the law(directs-And all i'-,on.. n hr..g n'r.ni1:. 3 4,4-4 and 5-4ery fine i, lan
upon the estate of the said Peter Johonnotare re- led anne 5-an mil
lqired tc i.. i.; i i the ii rre an. l ,ltl -* .. r l ,In.L e 'n I
to said e.-iteaire .alle. up.n tomaf'e payment to case 4-4,5-4 and Faney Shawls;
: dedmiiatra- 2 bales action -4a54, andF .1 .i (.i ,
PAUL DUDLEY RICHARDS tor with the 1 tn l.'a. k, ,inteand Ihbite 'A..;,: Hose;
"" -. ,'., ...." L,, g.Ih i itie Lace Veils.
c.l. n"?t; Miin. ifl C -'"., \ .I,,, l, d t il 1 Hhldkfi S d.l .t
.r ~ Silks Nettiugs, etc. 5
J ..',-t;:- .< Ltar;'t,.': M c Stl. ,'rA 1 brle best Venetian Stair 0 elng.
Aso(ciatzon. 1 cask assorted gnil, .ll. I ain llt.,. in,I P,11 anid
THE Members of the Mssachu Csetts Chartable fancy Buttons ;.
1tfechantch Aso"ciaon, are hereby notified, that A large assortment of plain and printed BombLa-
i ru.i e,, thereof will beholden a great variety of ConE-
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'LNIN,1, the 20th Dec. inst. at 6 o'clock, pre- deca t faio st ar.ct .
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As lth: choice of O(c.'crIr for the ensu- ~ dr,.si net.,
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Selections of pieces in Prose and 'oetry. Denign- Dih.Jami.ion' .2 .:-- D, i.'... it,lu.. n -.
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E ix.-cies atnd Selectoaint- I.,,.i. i
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With much satisfaction, I have attended to baud's Frenchi Gr... 1 ., ,,- Dialogues
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The peranslt was rendered peculiarly *.1.. ,.- il..- i (,.ixote im Spai;:,l.-ii I it :.. ..--L-ine,,.,
by amicipatinig the advantages whis.h1 Llt ",.nt ..' Abrege, T'l. .. ... a, i a, a large
many tlhwutanis will derive from your book.- assrteinuto f Siutaby and Walketh aJuliiature Bdi-
Fromn seeinui about halfoo the work', l judge ft tonss,& c.
vourably of the rest. your selection of words f .11 ... & .
for spelling iand I.... ., I bFlieve 1o he upon .Supermie wove,hIot pressed, plain aslid gilt Letter
the best possible plan : 1 hope these selections Pae r-supfin.e d .m, mediu, royal and imperi-
alwonve Drawing (do-.-e-les,s h,,I ll Lin i, S
will greatly promote the excellent practice of f "Wacer Cosors-- do with In i
defining worn s, which has lately been introduc- I-Newml'-sni do-drawving Desis, w ithrco.p .le s-
ed into sole of oor schools; a practice which paa. us, co-ors. & 'g ..- m.ptete ap-
appears calculated to answer thc principal -nd i,, .' i ,, .. L,
nm ost important ends, .. .ni derived :..I. ; n i n, ,.il ~. -ti .., i- :i n'-'. i -i -inu',,
two or three years stud) of the Latin language. -laney gold d-col ..., i'.p-- Cl ., ,-
Ont the whole I do not hesitate to give it as my on d.e-India Rubbe- i, L;to.n, i. 1 ,,
opinion, that the American Re.tder" is bet- -Morocco Paper-embassed message n ld-- i
ter calculated to Ii-,, .,.- .., h .,.il in the art of de-tambour' Needles and Cases-portak.il Wi,-.
'_:>iii.'U, I',,1 tin ,-i'. ,in i. -,.u,ring thae M ost Desks, with and w n-h u: t.t,-.- ig I prf, in.a cT:,
.l: ;, Il.... .;.-.ie, than any other book of the bone and wood hl.s,.nn,--. kind. JOSEPH i'.\tj iS- iN Aarou's warr-antei b e v-I Pc., i.-(. n,,, ,...i
i... above works also I.-l..n .. d.--1lJ by the Wash Balls-David son's ;,.:. scented Soap-Mid-
following gentlemen-' dlewooids do-Clark's indelible permanent link-
SA&IUEL D-dEAN.4 Pastor of the first Con- Aughlie's wanauted Tooth Brushes-Wies'e steel
.;r ii.-, ,1 Church in Portland. Pens-ivory Combs-tirtoise i -M,.I.,m', ia- l l -
'J1.t.,r. .!lRTI.N', one of the Trustees strumeris--8ack G3animoiln in.c--- -3id Ii 1inet
of Eowdoil: College. Terrestial and Celestial GloL r. Ais.., lagesup-
E .L qI KEL LOGG, EDIV.RD .712T- pty'i of Quills of different qualities, by the thousand
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t,,. I (l n-,,u,-:-rt ,.i -, ,0i ech in Portland. i t
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L Ii..Irh ,l,,i., North Yarmouth. and Susan from London, bhi WM. ", ELLS t
THI 'i /.L 1. I hL t, 1,, P,..ceptor of the A- la.1 e.c- general assortment of BOOKS and STA.-
cademny in Portland. ,.' 1 Y, including most of this best LAW IVRis,
as weal as of the inest approved late publications.
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El ,JAdAfJ .tLLEIV Prieceptor of Dum- Gibbon's oe, 12 ri.; Hume and
suei' 'rnir Aca my Sinollet', l.iin'l...-,d, 1" -o. o P Sutarch's Lii:,, be
JEDED.Ll .il'iR' F.. Pastor of the Con- Wrastgham i L:., lut.', i Bitish Essayists 4.-L sal.
gregational Church in Charlestown. .:l i;.inil b.,--in ; Calmet's L,- i...n :.ni Ih,: ih blb ,
dr c 7 ., ..,.. '.* ,,ii lettered ; Pr.lre ,a:' .ni.-i lu.: .t.. J'.
L Connections, new editions ; Johnson's Dictionasrv
Apartments to Let. 2 vols. -Ito Russia ;Bailey ow LIAfe Anilapities"
a, *Marsh's Michaelis, 6 vols. do. ili ,;tilit., '. i'l.I.t .
I g VO :.;paratefront C HAMRERS, ,uitablefor al Dictionary, new edition 2 vol -tl ; t ll'.i -,'..
I A a siugleagemntcitan, will b let either turnished ative Surgeiry complete ; l.>'r l it i r,- r.i' .n-
iaor unfurnished. Royal Navy of Engfand 4to ; Steer n *. 1,1 .\..: V-.
our ionor Ie .'e -.ihle-i'o imn be accomodatedwith lecture with 30 large n_,n rati (. ,..:'. in ..l -
BOA( ). -.- i.,l a t.>. -,i, Cornhlill. ical Lifeof Pitt, 6 vols. byevo Hii-tory otf Spasa
Dec. 7. (q) froi-rn hb .ni i -i p-Ir".:. 1 to the cli.si of tlhe year :-8lt ,
WtO BE LET-and possession given byD i-, t ,.,,in: n...is ..',. ,inrnn.'. Spa' -,
S15thi inst. A large brick HOUSE, No. 108- tionary new cditit.' -. t -i ,e ; .,' ..n
Broad-street, coatainiug large kitchen, two par, tiquitlesofGreece .I .... He--i i I .xicona
lours, and 8 sleeping rooms--iswell calculated for -Ito; Elements of 3..n- Ii.i...it i hila,..II .i -y je.h
a lii, i'llinlh oi boarding-house. Robinson.
> I.,i tin hie Let, a large brick House Sir William Jones's Works aS vols. ; -,I-," i.-s
ard Shop, No. 6 and 8, Milk-street--.immediate from the gentleman' M..:C.-i.,n: vols .'. -, L .-
posse.sion given. Inquireat No. 72, Broad-street. mets of Botany 2 v,.n, ti- i. ro; Futcroes Phi.
Dec 7. tf losophy of Chemietry ; Paln'heI's lInulilyv Prayer-;
l.h ,.n..,..i W works 1 vuol {maio ; Sir luiii.-.
Red Clover Seed Wanted. lile-, works 2vols.&c.&e Dec.7.
S ANTED, by JONA. DAVIS, No.41, In- Hava-1 na / r.
/dia-wharf, a quantity of red clover Seed, o
well cleaned and free iroe foul Seed. for such the /O NE hundred and fifty tboxes hrown i n-iara
highest priceand cah,cown wiu be paid. fs s ,.ji entitled to dab' nture, for ,. i, A .
sc d cas n Ru b MOS C ml N, No. 71, Lo Gl; wharf. Dec 7.

. Wanted. Rum and, Gin.

A BOY of from z z to 4 years of age, honest,
intelligent and active, is wanted to do, the
common u rrmnds of a Fanily. Inquire at this Of.
;ice, epistf, dee 7

SIXry seven puncheons Fit. Vincents' Rum, ait
36 pipes and lhids.Ph;lh:lpbia Opiu, of super
,nr luait, for sale by P, Ad;SMS, No $3, Ind;x
l ,l hli rt, d*re


]~ NOT rc'. I
r'-""*'. "p:.crtncrslip heretofore exisiaag be-
k-_tW -en the Subscribers, under the firm of
Jagrahd am &a Wsst, is this day by.mutual con-
sent dissolved.
All persons having demands against,' or are
indebted to, said firm, are requested to call for
settlement on the subscribers, No. 14, India-
lar I '.I"

Frederick W. Ingraham,
Will continue to transact Commission Busi-
ness at No 14, India wharf, lately occupied by
Ingraham & West.
For Havana and back to Boston.
S The fast sailing hig -WASP,
hurthen 164 tons ; -a new vessel,
s tows remarkably well, and will
sail'isn the course of 15 days, part-
J !i:r t-.:,.gl being already engaged. For
Freight or Passage, having excellent accommo-
I nations apply ti, 1 1-i E nfI_ C WM. INGRA-
rHAM, No. 14, l,..i. -'l.t,,'.
Mr. AlrTHIs SAv c v. 11,, :.at and return
in the above vessel, nrd ill t.k,k charge of a.riy
consignments that may be intrusted to his care,
dec 7

SVilliam Little,
1N. -, Long wharf, Has for sale,
l'i-T'f boxes Tin Plates,
chaldrons V;r;iiii C'oil for Smiths,
ao do Liverpool do. Grates,
zoo bbl. Tar,
500 do Turpentine,
oo, do Rosin- o M bbl Staves,
o M hhd Staves and Heading,
30 crates Crown Glass, in large sheets,
3 tons neck Nails and Spike Rods,
% 1l Horn Lanthorn Leaves,
o bhbls Pork, navy mess,
x box American Bristles,"
4oo busbels Corn,
Webb's patent Suspenders.

..'. T 1re: LSSELS, from 7o to, roo
,<,o.- i..pr .-:-.d to Ca..,-.lis, and
-i.a eaZtlt3 bniug cs,/.-, for .Boston.
de 7

'-iunscn cy Barr ri ,
No. 27, India Street, Have for sale,
'oo b.-. it' c -i ik r,.
S 3'ci:-k Nailmie-.
x5o bbis Tar,
Few hhds Molasses,
20o qr casks Gum Powder,
75 chests Hysonskin Tea,
te hi, Havaa;,Muscovado and Lump 'Su-
lc.t' il ji .
Russia, india American Ravens Duck,
Ru, i- Sheetings,
f.s\ tb. ls C ,tyenne *-n (....:.rgia C.lua,
l d and ..- i r.. -l-.t N-il ,E
Ic- iit., li'?-l n.,r. .
d ., .l.k,.r..I,
Ruasia Cordage,
i iil) "l,] J -
Turpentine--Ginger and Mustird.
--".'t ." ** S, i'a,. ,. ,
S-- .*p a R:oLU110lO, will
.Il n a -1 days.-Fo4 Freight
r p ,, ., i ..bove.

S- chard D. Tucker,
No S.% India street, Has for sale,
Ti F'- h. ct., ciini- Molasses-few bags fine

ro.' r ... P:'reir and Wine Bottles,
., hA. -, I. h f-rof'.Antigua Rum,
"..u,-:ai nd "I'.r ,. Duck and Shcctings,
30 cicn .[ 'u.:I"I,; "-Tea,
40o che l ;.;.l, !'.*,
Few pieces yellow Nankins,
James r T .I.-,.,: c, ,
Kegs n .h I'ltiaiitnd r.ohacco,
EB :I ;l .d t i',- l:,
la-isk Lineni-whi e Cordage,
-Cuba Cigars, Ute.
A i.,-, n Jd from the Minerva,
30ob !C: p, i,,e L.-'i. a
Also-Now landing, a fewtoas clean Petersburg

T. C. Amory, & Co.
H" lavefor sale, At Vo. 38, India-wharf,
rT" i"'v : Y p;,-.h-- 3.1 ,tf .d C.og, g :L : .,.-1 ;
. 'I*-. I:l I. II.1l. Ge'r 0 p uieci-.n- Ih
proof Jamaica Rum; 15 pipe., L.P. '1 ,.o .'. \ n,: .:
50 tierces Salmon; 20 kegs manufactured Tobacco
bO bhds Tobacco ; 75 bale's Upland Gotten ; 150
bble superfine Flofr. Also-the cargo of the ship
a;ant .., being 160 tons Casipeachy L ; .aoa.
dec 7.

George Burroughs, jun.
No. 9, India Street, Offers sor sale,
N O W landing from brig Harriot at Fort hill-
whart, *
75 boxes brown Havana Sugar'; '
2 do white do do.,. Dee 7.

Jonathan Davis,
O FFERS for sale-Liverpool Salt: Coals : 100
crates yellow Ware a quantity of stone Jugs,
Pots, &c. : a quantity of white Lead : sheet Cop,
per br sheathing: English and Swedish .Stre :
Swedish and Russia Iron : warranted ,Anchors.-
zIKEwisE-Bills of Exchange'on England.
Dec 7.

Superfi,&e Flour, Duck, &c.
OW landing from schooner Dorcas and Fair
4-io blils Baltimore superfine How-
ard street Flour,
.6o half bbis fine and superfine do.
aoo bolts heavy Russia Duck,
2,5 pipes Fayal Wine,
40 bbls Salmon--zS do Liver Oil,
zoo hbls Mess No i and a Beef,
aood lbs green Coffee,
5o boxes Bras 1 Sugars,
50o bales New Orleans Cotton,
*a1 hhds superiou- q-.al Kir,tuck,' Tobacco
SS casks Winter ,ar.d .unimer ..irined Sperm
0 l '
300 boxes iould and talls; Cand!es,
450 do Sperm Candles,
4 '0 botl lrau 0 Suop, 5-ec. & F or qile by
H.-ILL. TrH iHER, L' t O0
No io, Paik|I n'- I'Buldini, Bra.,', i-hr'bf.
D.." *

aIer!:,) :l\-.:. a.t .d r.-:..w, ,;. -

O- .AL. ER SHERMMAN, No t6, Long rv.!,rf, has
for sale,
4 Rams, and 6 Ewes, of the true Me-
rino breed, three of the Ewes have Lambs-2ooo
wt Merino Wool. Also--44 bales prime Upland
Cotton, landing from the brig Belaware, from Sa-
vannah. On Hand-
i6 hhds St. Croix Rum-30 chests
Tea-Mess Beeft'~ Ctffec-9 balh Ssa Island Cot-
on,; V9c. dec 7

A..& C. Weller ,

,'TT received by tha recent, uria[v i.T-." i
Si- I .:.-'donand Livrool, 1
Patent Lever, Capt and Jewieded l
anod -plain gold a m siiver .s'ITCHES-G-eoevan[
drube cased ad d rench low priced silver :ir.J -ill
J.'r- -' j <
Elegant Pearl Seats, paz, pear! & plain pearl
eounsi ing of Necklace, and crnelian Knobs,
Head Ornaments, Pinu, Tops and D.ops ;fine
arings and Bracelets ; ...l. N .t .. r-
Pearl Neck!acca : Pearl ..1 ::E.r. ,.,t..-r..-'t ih ;
set & strong Bracelets; L, ;, a ,.:r'e H.,:-p:,
Hearings ; Pins ;. Head' Knobs and Drops ; fine
Onakaents ; Pearl and gold and hair Bracelets,
c arncliaiset,T.,paz and Mountings and Cestus
plain Finger Rings ; Clasps;-alikinds o'pla n
Pearl Darts ; Pearl and gold Mlocps, Pins and
carnelian Crosses ; Pearl Finger Rmii', omn:.ijre
andacarnelian Sets ; To- Settings, ':'
,i'ver and Plated Ware,
Silver,Coff. e and Tea Knives ; soup- adles i
Sets ; silver Sugar Dish Ta; cr Frames, with and
es and Cream Pots ; without Tapers I1.J Is
Pitcher P. ..-*r:r- -obh f..r Deeanters,rum,bran'-
lets,Tufn-il '. L. ns. dy, gin, &c. ; Lamps ;
one e,.j. iirai r -frit C ,ndlesticks ; Candle-
-Baskets ; Table, Tea i?' sticks & Branches, with
Desert Spoons ; 'oup 2, 3, 4, and 5 i.i, s ;
Ladles, Gravy & Cream socket Lamps ; plated
do ; Salt and Mustard and; ilt (c.es cham-
Spoons ; Sugar Tongs,. ber d. ii.lt rii. k.; Pork
Butter Knives, &c. best Racks ; Knife Rets ;
Shiffield plated Coffee Tsble and Tea Spoons ;
and Tea Services ; plat- Sugar Tongs ; best lAief-
ed 'ica Pots ; Sugar field plated Castors ;
Dishes and Cream Pots ; Liquor _Fraeies ; Soy
Fruit Baskets,richliy ii Frarnes; Bottle stands ;
inside; plain do; Salt Egg Cups ; some Ele-
Stands,with giJt frames; giants, Eperns, ac.

snuffers and Trays ; fish
Britannia a.ni
Britannia cominniuni
Fets; do Tea Pats; Su-
gar Dishes and Cream
Pots ; soup Ladles ;
Egg Cups; Ink Stands,
&c. ; brass z, 9 and 4

Brass Ware. -
branch Lamps ; side
do ; stakd do; reading
do with i and a branch.
es ; brass Candlesticks
and side branches. &e.

Japanned Ipare and C.. -. i .
Japan Tea Trays ; .Forks ; desert' o ; Car.
Dressing Cases i*Liquor vers and Forks, Teell,
Frames ; Castors ; sideI and. cheese Knives, to
Lamps;.,tand do ; sock- match ; Penknives
et do ; nuiff Boxes ; Pruning do; scissors
Tea CJ.ld.-I ; bread P. s,; curling Irons
and ch.:: l'ri'a; Ivo- Cork Fcrews ; Toast
ry,bone and horn han- Forks, &c.
die table knives and
Military Goods.
H'vejiAt r (;.1-.l ..i i and li..rsemen's Pistols,
a.ldiuiial ',,-rtmn:: 0u1 .-.c-1 case of elegant
Military G(u.J.-, cv.-,-- 'F .. l.ni Pieces----Bad
mg of LL,.: C..r..--' rit; hot Belts-pow-
Br:.n~r.." Epaulettes, der flasks,&c.
Plunie, r.id i, lPocket

Fancy Goods.
Morocco Pocket ,ers-tooth Brushes-
Books-thread Cases- comb do-watch do-
Ladies' Pocket Books & hat and cloths do-sha-
Purses-work Ca es-- ving do toy watches-
silver, tortoise shell and ivory, tortoise shell and
S'r-i riuff 8:' ---silver T-tico nL--fr iit ksl .
pencil Cases---Toth andi r,.rkI -do p:.cket
Pecks--Bodkins--Twee- | Krnive, .. c.
STh .-ove Goods are all selected by
A. WsaL r.s, in person, from the Manufactures in
England, and are of the newest fashions, and of
thel bea,t quality, and will he sold on ,he best of
terms, for cash or credit,
All kinds Silveri Work, Jewellery or
Hair Work done at the shortest notice, and in the
neatest maumer. 3m dec 7

Havana ugar, St. Croix Rum, etc.

Thos. & 'Edward Motley,
No, 37, Indi? street, Have for sale,
0 NE hundred and fifty boxes' white Havana
loo boxes brown do.
60o hhds Guadaloupe Molasses,
eoooo lbs Coffee ; 30 bales Upland Cotton,
8 hhds and s-o bbls Muscovado sugar,
zooo lbs Spanish float Indigo,
-saoo pieces blue Nankins-
2oooo ft St Domingo Mahogany,
loo ps Ravens Duck ; 2o ps Sheeting,
6o bbls Mess and No n, Beef. dec 7

S.'''.',,'it! CG'.'tol -'i" .ya GOODS.

j l.t No 16, India Wharf,
50 Bales Calcutta GOODS ;
20000 pieces yellow Nankins j
00 do. do loong company do in boxes;
1 case blj:k L-.. i. ..
25 chests' ':,u,-E. ,' i 1 ;
5 do Bohea do ;
40 do Capia ;.
2 boxes Dutch Tapes ;
I do French Crape.,
6 baies broad Diapers ;
13 do bleached Russia Sheetings :
A few pieces half bleached Sheetings;
S pieces ravens Duck :
C..1., firi .r. Bristles :
30 tab S-c'l :
2'. casks Rice: Dec. 7.

jprcei Nutmegs &Cloves.

"OR sale by S. HIGGINSON W CO. No 35,
India wharf
00oo lbs Ntmace, entitledto drawback, &

6Soo lbs Cloves, 5 of the first qual ty.
The Nutmegs and part of the Cloves, are in
boxes-containing xi8 lbs Nutmegs, aad 6o lbs
Cloves, each-the residue of the Cloves in bags-
the Mace is in hampers, of iS.o lbs. dec 7

Fresh Rice.
O NE buindred casks prime new best Rice, land-
ing from the Brig Delaware, from Savannah,
and for sale by
No 30, India wharf,
Also-White and brown Havana Su-
gar-Hysonskin Tea, of superior quality--Goat
Skins and 40 bales white and coloured Calcutta
Piece Goods.. dec 7

Clean Hemp.
FIFTEEN tons first quality Clean Hemp for
sale at No. 25, Long-wharf. Dec 7.

1"XCHANGE on New York and
..Ij Baltimore, at So, 6o and so days sight-For
Sale by JOHN SWETi', No 40, Broad street.
dec 7

Eben. Rollins,
Has for sale, No. 29, Long Wharf,
FIVE hundred bbls. Beef; 100 boxes Havana
Sugar ; 80 bolts Russia Duck ;
10,000 lbs Rocou,
30O hhds fist quality N. Orleans Molasses,
SO puncheons W. I. Rum,
6 crates Crockery Ware,
6 boxes Prunes.
EXCHANGE on Lond s. Dee, 4.

- -.- --~~--::-~.* -.

WILL be presented, for the 2d time, a New
Comedy, in five acts, called,
Or, Old Scenes in the New W world.
Written by a resident in Boston.

Oakland, MR. Drake,
Fontang'es, Darley,,
Millefleur, -- Stockwell,
Milburn, Robertson,
George Woodbury, --- ':uh I ,
Morgan, Fisher,
Thorndyke, Entwisle,
Lit ]l...rd. -- Barnes,
Constable, Graham,
Jack Oakland, --- nt.,Id.
Mrs. Oakland, MRS. Du, ke,
,..i,2 anT .-ar,.'n :,--- Powell,
.r..o;. : i', --- Doire,
Betliiah Otiklnr, .-,- Il';,,
Rachel Ti-h.t-oit.e, Barnes,
Tabitha,.. -- i Giaji-ier.
The PrOLOGUE to be spoken by Mr- DurF, and
Flhe r iLO-... b-. L.:i o;, bt Mr BaRNAXO.
I,. t.',. ,: .. t i C'e .t .'., .
A new P.,u ..t :1: >:-5:.ito be sung by Mr.Fis'hr.

Tn the course of the Afteripi#ce, a NXew Comick
Sons, called,
BILLY BUTTON'S dcetermination, by
After the Comedy, a popular Melo-Drama, in 2
acts, called, the
As prfnrmcd at the Theatre Royal, Covent-
G( r. i L.-adon, with unbounded applause.
(C characters in bills )
In the course of the Melo-Drama, the following
Scenery, Incidents, &c.
The Farm Yard of Oberto,with a River
'and h uiSuc iBridge. IaIn ict Second,
A Temple decorated for a Marriage Fes-
tival. An. exterior view of a. lalace,with Ter.
race, &c, S&c.

.j ust Publisthed.
"TOLUM.E 1, .lf M..lhlim't L-cI.i: ukst Ilii -
V tory,
@36 Gentlemen who hold subscrip-
tion Papers for this Work are requested to forward
thee n already btct oL.i.,nety, to the
Bookstrotc ot Messrs ANIEL M L LI \ & Co
Snut, street,or ISAIAH THOMAS Jr. Marlboro'.
:'t-.t, Boston; or to S. ETHI'ERIDGE, Jr, the
publisher at Chlariestown.
An i.' lc.L'i.i.tit al History, Ancient
and Modern, From the 11 th -:.f Chi r, to thebe-
ginninig of he last Centir ; hi, l. i % ,c rise, pro-
gress, and variationsof C -i 1 ih ,'. .-- a1 ,L consider-
ed in their connection with the state of Learning
and Philosophy, and the -;t-.. in i- -t..r- .:.l u
rope during that period. 'y i, rie lP ti.-d .j ih
Lawrence f lusheim, D. D. and Chancellor of the
tUiivt .:' c.ti Gottingen. 1.,., .: I i'l, 1, -
rl;Il! Lit rn, and accoirpiip :': % I t r n ie and
ir..r.. .., ..i 'Tables, byA ._- i. ,1. .1;.- t- .i .:.
in six Volumes....To the ., ;.,l ad .Aau a-:. L-
rate index.

The/ :.1u e'ntlemnen have politely give-n their
cordhal approbation of the ifoik.
,Having perused Dr. MoSHsIM'ns Ecclesiattical
History, 1 think in respect of elegance of styie andti
perspicuity of method, it is lie best extant. Like
all other hum inacompositions, it on doubt has im-
perfections, and the author sume probably : but as
this country has nnt had the means of information
from say work of th. Kind l.ei, ., pulAi,:L!;d in it be-
fore, I r."i0r Ih,. 11 ,.r1 i l. I ,- e i ... ,g l .1,,.,
that the general interests'aftthc ingdom of Christ'
will be thereby promoted.
Minister of the Associate Churcii, Philadelphia.
Mosheim's Ecclesiastical History has obtained u-
niversal approbation, and stands in noi) need of my
recommendation. ROBERT ANNAN, A. BA.
As I can with perfect safety, so I da most cheer-
Jidlyj concur with the above reeoiimendatios iii in -
vour ofa very valuable work.
Philadelphia, Oct. 31, 1796.
I have never read any single History of the Chris-,
tian Church whichI esteem as any way equal to
that written by Dr. Mosheiii.
Ai.HI tL\ GREEN, D. D.
Philadelphia, Jan. 2, 1797.
The interesting Work recommended with so
much propriety by the foregoing mitnisters of ielig-
ion, needs only to be read in order to abe admired.
Vice Provost* and Professor of Moral Plitosaphy,
&c. in the University of Pennsylvania.
Professor of English and Beiles Lettres, in the Un.ui-
versity qf Pennsylvania,
Minister.of the Lutheran Congregation.
IMinister of the Cturch of the United Brethren. "
Ministe of the Lutleran Congregation.
Minister af the German reformed Cua.rc ,-'rn
Philadelphia, April26, 1797.
The Ministers of Philadelphia, in their recom-
mendatious of Mushiem's Ecclesiatical History.
which, appear above, do, I am persuaded, express
h ... ., o'. '-..i, of lprtestant divines, an optis
-i,,,. I 1 t letii ta bejust.
Bartlett Professor of Palpit Eloquence, in the Uni-
versity College, Andover.
Almostevery lovar of Ecclesiastical Historyv will
accord with the general testimonies above given in
favour of Dr Moshiem. We coidially approve ihe
design of the publisher, and wish hlim success.
j1 ILC"r.I I MORiSE, D.
Professrr of Christian ll. ... ,, in the Divinity
C -"- '. r diver.
Although certain portions of Ecclesiastic.al Histo-.
ry, especially in the earliest ages, demand a more
rigorous examination and exact statement than are
found in these volumes, yet Mosheim's Work as a
whole has -.sit .- 1.. It is elaborate and com-
prehensive,and has been gener-lly read with more
confidence than any other complete history of the
church. The notes of Maclaine add to its value
and if they do not always satisfy willat 1.l t .r l:er,
and assistiinquiry. The undertaking of iI,. p.tillhl-
or, in ouat opinion, deserves p t..,.., ..
JOHN. I; II 1, D, tD. D.
BOSTON, June 1, 1810.
Charlestown. Dec. 7-
Monthly Anthology.
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dd CO Court -street-
The Monthly Anthology and' Boston
Review, for November, 1810. dec 4

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*volitnmes, will be acld first, and tht Books in sheets
imnaedistely after, and the sale will be eoutinue
froum day' to.d.y until the whole are old.--imong
the oolt in Sil ; IA., i.- .i. .11._ valuable aiti-
cles, vix.-
900 Octavo Bibles, Gi :.-. 1-ujh and
Steobins' Editiou; 2500 Watt's Psalms and Hymns,
oeat edition, flitne, common and coarse ; 500 Fergu.
sit on Civli Society ; 400 Duddiud{e's Family Ex-
positur, 6 vols. 8vo.
I At stame fuime, will be nald,
Several hundred Reams of Printing
Paper, of different kinds ; a printingg Press. tkc.
A Catalogue will be ready to deliver
a week before the sale,to all vwho will call or send for
them3, in which ihe terms of 'sale, which wiil be lib-
Gral, will be made knowtt.
J. Juilaui, Act.
On Thursday 3d Jan. at 3 o'clock,
By Order of the Supreme Judicial Court,
On the Premises,
A Certain piece or parcel of LAND, situat-
'. ed ia Charlestown, in the county of Mid-
dlesex, bonded southiyesterly by' the Middle-
sex Canral, northwestr.rly by land formerly .of
William Smith, northeasterly by the riveratd'
southeasterly by land of-- Beacham.
Also-another piece or parcel, of land, situ.'
ated in said Charlestnow, with the buildings
hereona :i...'i :,. i *atur.ld north westeily. on
land f.' n. l -. Smith, northeasterly
by land formerly of Joseph Howard, deceased,
southeasterly by land forimetSly of said d ceasa
ed and southwesterly by Lhecountry road, be.
.,, the property o1 Joseph Howard, late atiBos-
ta,., in the county of Suffiflk, Toerchanti deceas-
ed. The above described pre'nises are subject
to two mortgages made thereon by said deceas,
Alo,to be sold as aforesaid, another piece
or parselof iiand, situated in said. Charlestonn,,
bounded northwesterly by land formerly of Wim.
Smith, northerly by the Middlesex Canal, south,
easterly and northeasterly by fand of Jonathan
Page, s-uthwesterly by the country road ; the
last described piece of land contains by estima.
tion, about fifty one th.uttsanl square feet atnd is
subject to the claim of dower of the widow of
said deceased.
Condition: made known at the sale.
MEI CY HOWARD, Admiristreti;s

*"* "E's : !. \'i" ,?, '. .,t 12 ,-\,uc k.,
t Barker & ,-reet

40 boxes .Tunlbarton Crown Glass, 12
by 17' 11i by 14 altd 10by 15.
Conditions at the sale.

Teas b Auction.

THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,'
At T. K. Jones & Co's. t' ": -,
i K '.y stree',
100 chests Hvsorn Tea--20 do Souch-
ong do--64 l.tla'chts yourng Hy .., .-, -i

Coandltins liberal.

TC 9 :.2RROW, 12 o'clock,
(P.-- '- "-'. pra yestc- rday)
At the end wi tnia-.tvharf,
T IE cargo ofship Cordelia, oit, B mai'ter,
Sfom Gottenhnrg--
94 bundles Hoop Iron -1 1-2 and 1 .1.4 inchea
-162 do square Iron, 5.8 and 1-2 incht-690O
bars square Iron, frorm 1-2 to 1 1-4 inch-9963
bars flat Iron, fromr 11.2 to 3 inch by 3-8 snd
1.2 ncit.
6 bozes 6 by 8 Glass-44 do 7 by 9 do-,63 do
8 by 10 dc-12 do 9 by 11 do-10 do 10 by 12 do,
529 tubs Steel-59 boxes Allu,.- lii, pieccg
Russia Duick.
T. K. Jones K Co anct.
'i l ie: ,L .u)" :i. 12 O'.a 0.. u .,
North side India wherf,
Postponnd from yesterday,
100 casks Hice,
60 square bales prime rI'" J Cottot,
2 bbls Indigo,
600 lbs Bees ,,sx,
40 hids clayed bcown Sugar.
t P v a", ,r ;'. J,,ct,
"i 'iCiORROW, at 12 o'clock,
At oeph 2iply's ('',
Ihdiai Straet,
I7IFTEEN boxes whlte Hav.na SU&GA;;.-.
A. 2000 Ib C, fle:', ii oukgs-5o ipe's ,;n- -2 do
LEaiidy-15 bbls Cyder Bradiv 3 kcg'.; nsiau.,
fractured Tc.L. s, .- A boxes S i -- half 'hibl
Por -.3 ol.. :.l. .- ...
Tomnorrow, 10 o',i'0 '
No. 10, Lve,'et.,Streei
S UNDRYartiel,-i siitai Ie 'for a Gr')a.er seu!
as Sales, Weights, Measures, Corks. i4cc
J. Ripley auct.
On Tuesday next 11 o'clock,
On Lewis arf4",
Will be sold without reserve,
HE cargo o, sachr Nancy, Capt. Daennaf
from St. Domingo, consisting of
35,000 feet St. Domingo 'i il;.-.- ,
of superior ;.'.. .-100 Hides.
ostT:/+ 'i;'ry auwfs,


-^ales b _. 'ti '-, -:.n '-3 olr n.

THIS DAY, at i o'cloih,
Real Estate. opposite No .3 Lc.c.bhu.;'
T O he Sold on WEDNESDAY, the nineteenth Postponed from .inJ.erJ;,
of December current, at 12 o'clock, on the 7 '1 C '.I R1i. CE. ;
Exchange Coffee louse floor- Conditions at Sale.
The equity of roed-mrp:tion of that Whitdwell& Bond,auct,
large and well finisheli, liot. a Federal- .
street, Boston, with all the ;,,-i.;l.- : boared "This D7 at & 3 o'clock,
as lio,- o-Lein. I-z on saIJ !'d-Je i 4 riet, at. t, E ,.2 -tf. p t,
the ,.:ri-ic ul the p.-artition wall between the ILL be .;i.aI.dJ t.. .:,1 .-d 3 of
house owned and occupied by Mr. Welsh and V Stock in Trade of --. Imnp,i-;: Hu. .
the premises, and rtr.r.Ar-, *,itcrl' throl;hi tlhO "which with a number of packages c.:. .1, ,
middle ofthe partiu.:.n .. lt "' .1-.t 10- inches, the. ManUfac'ua. co ,-. ien- perhaps tha large
then turning and :, n r no'ith-rlvy t-iihouhli the est as,3 1n.,,l :, ,f
middle of the sa.-i :I I 3 .i- t ..: ,, then i t I,, ., and Cation Goods,
turning and running westerly through the mid- offered at any sale this season. ,i
die of the said wall 35 feet 11 inches to the west WVhitwell & s.. .. auct
end of s:.ijd 'a11. th.n tat ri,;,',g .i'th rl' 'C. hich-
es,thenturn.n; rn-i-n Ln. it o" l'. pa.rill..l vith T< )M'i R! .U at I 2 u'clu '
said last n.:nr,tin.ed Ire ithi .'' the aill) l" feet, At the Wooden Store in the rear of Wi.itwe
thence c ntlr.iu,-g '-esterl (inc.-r. n, ri. I; ) 3 ,,,J'.; 0riF. without reserve, '
feet to Fecldez i U.court -tore. ctl :;,r.. terminating- I .J '," e;:iht b.. _:.' --n..w,,i Ha, na 'ard St-
at the dist r,.:e of 24 leet .3 idiL.-s from Mrs. i J;igo Sugars. part of which are ofthe very
Fox's land, then turning and running southerly best quality, and entitled .to, J.t..-nr --o za"
on said court 24 feet 9 inches to other land of roons ) ell-%. Peruvian Bilk ', '.., C e'-
C.W. Apthorp and Wm. S. Skinner, then turning. Coffee..
and runnine-easterly until it strikes the centre of Conaditions at the sale.
tMie pu ti iur. wall between thdpremises and the W'itre'll & ?-i.i auct.
house owned and occupied by S. Deblois, thence ------- -
continuing easterly through the mnidiidle of said "'C !' .i [\'. V,1 -. o', ].;
wall 35 feet 6 inches, il.. tut .ir,.t sa,,d .iur,.,inu.. Opposite No 70, Long -.isarf,
southerly through the ni f.i.lc .. id wall 6 feet 15 tons fiSi -il:,it; clean Hemp.
13 inches, then turning and runnion- easterly. .tons .. eanHemp
through the middle of said wall -.*' Iet 10 oUditious i t'.. l, '.
inches to Federal-stree. afores .; 1., h,, n ,' .., i. .: : I & .'.'O... '-, l f.
and running northernt on said l',Jder-'l., I_,. I I ,
feet 8 inches to. Welsh's house. .Also, the vn Ile.-JL ne.t, at 1 I ,.ck,
equity ofredemption of apiece of LAND lying At I.s, n:., li '.'hit;"
in Widnut-street, Bostonw; bounded as follows- 10 pipes oil proof (._II:- L Ii -iar,.l ;
westerly on Wallut-street 90 feet, "northerly so do" real H-oland Gin.
partly on land ofJno, Callender, Esq. and partly Conditions at Sa c. '
on land ofJio. Joyl; r" ..Li, ,: .... Ir partly on Whitwel & P',,d, u-.,
said Joy's land and 7., 11. can ra.,. of Anna D.
.P-rkins 83 feet, and -..ur.e'i by said Joy's '1'-ii 1 r I '.-:.i !.
land 104 feet. The Land ;: ., I :. : ort- On board a Rw.' wharf
gage (Sufiblk Deeds lib. -It I .. .. .tty bhe. Co plete' w.Ar..
24, 1805, to secure the -. ,-, .r .'.: by' -" 6c top, Alt- \ ,n buil
three equl fp,.. i. '. :.l. ,67each, in one, .t ,s b then,. bui
.two and 1 .. "... :, -with interest anuailvl "- on the Mnlerrlack, by the ,pre..
Thl House is subject to a Mortgage, to secure -tiot, d to- s owo- 1,unse, hi s"wn iospeC-
the nm ,,, .... .,,,,,,, "' i n ta n- i I l- l ,o & .Dt1 -ii t w e l S ,"e"
lute! ., ,, .. l..S ...... ,.. .. ,. ... onals t e.
ed as collateral secui-iiv fbr t,-r- ,. ,ri 'i.I-f. 12., : -- 7 .
hundred dollars ore. There i ..... ,..-. .. b-rker .f .L.,- s ct'.
gage on the laud which wlil be *r ..:il.. ..... .
the day of sale. ." 1 i O'Coc
T.he above will be sold for cash t.-- 1., :l,. At thea house co:,ie ff HAancock and Saumne
bidder.-For further particulars, .1..... ., Street's,
JNO. WINSLOW, ,\ Variety of Houseliod F, ;'P.i .--.ans; "-
JAssignee,ofWilliam. Sutton Siinier,fr :', benefit "-"- isig of
of his Crditors. Beds a-,- ?.:I',l .. dining,Pomrpr"ke
___i. aa d card c .., '.. -. -. J ,..
--di..1 -. _Lts Cl,
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock, ._- sets Cha, .r ., .d sta.
At Fort Hill Wharf, ,_ l I inen TFr ev with a iargt
*:,-: Li nji .- ^iitei F'k t ure. "r
-'- '' THE fine fast sailing ship :' u < .
JANE, burthen 3Z7 tons, copper- .arer dg c.
1''^. fastened, built at Milton, by Mr. On Tuesday 18 th inst. at I2 .cl.,,,
..-B ... Briggs, and of the be:t materials, On Rice .. -..' arf, Lyt treet, no'th
her timb,.r having been docked and thi..,..u:l' end Lyu sreet, north
seasoned; was two years on the stocks ; has per- ': ; E. cargo 6f brig Rovar, Mjrse, smateV
formed only one voyage to Liverpool; is in com- n '. .-, A i:,'- ..,sisting of
ple te order for sea, and is well calculated faoran i i' I l
Indiaman. 8500 tons Camwood ;
Inventory may be seen on board. 100 sticksEony ;
C. dH 1 .... Auct. s31 sticks Brwood ;
-- a a 1030 lbs Bees Wax;
Thi s Day, at half past i 1 o'clock, 180 bs Gum Copal
.\t.,.-. wharf, "5700 lbs Coflee;
"T.OW landing from brig Delaware, 27630 lbs Palm Oil.
N 25 bales prime upland Coaton, of hew crop. C .'.o .- -P i. 1 ..- endorsed notes at 60 d-,ys.
C. Havjward, .duct. Barker cf Bricrd", aact.

'Toqnorrow at 12 o'clock, On'Tue"sda, next a 10 o'clock,
Opposite No 16, Long vharf, At Barker & Brida s ( L..
16 hlids St. Croix Rum. s .
S ,fr .- .Kiibv Street,
C. Ialyward, auct. ,.,- Ti one b oa'<-. s'ozd Clouis, .Casi.
-._'. ~,t. a-] ,kts, -elvets, V el-i
Tomorrow, at 1 o'clock, ve--es, B-.,tbszr-.ts, atid fjain-els. B, ing' a
At C. IHAYWARD's (:,.J ," <-ticula. cosiann i; bhold -for approv,
SIn Stie Stret, e n.esi nt 8 10 cand n- -aths credit, or for
20 crates Liverpool Ware, in prime .. ,do at p '..or .c
order. lso-5 bales Gi-ahs.
III Il ItOt n T, -. v

Tor O..n'r. 1 ,r V -- C
T-Bafa't'* > laist i;-, i' I.1e wlgS -/ i"e c A
..1ti i -.. i Bt)- plt 5.. ,"' .. t-I- '- EOtiG"' BRI NLiY, No. 3, South
L -: u' .l'-c" Bsi-i, lar-I.-r a.:5 seoiareg,,1-tiv- t JT ;Ade oid vMarket House, h. s received by
'.:-;'" 1, e the -rine-pai part r ir fu .s -he -hips George, New G -aitE.and, Sls.i a,- irv m
e:t .;i ,: ,, .rCentooer n rabo!tttae I .. i .. r i extesi ven assortment of.
.ry at'>i -A-peiei wii bte taken out to be i.' I--il ru Medicines and Din, ':',"'
atd lr n',,h ;.mh, at rea-cniole ,ates--h which ha offers for sale, for Casi. o?' a 'procd
wi~l r.syared, .F;Yr terns, pease ap try
Wil creditN Als t Src-.r
t0 thi- buhci ibesi), 'it the" taner.
i.- s14 "'-P 1 LI l1 AMIDON .CO 25 bhhids first quality Flour Sulphur,
-.. .-. -... ..." '.-.. 60- do g 'ro nd Caulwood,
S '.. '.' ',. 10 do Gopperas,
,-- "..-.. The regular tradin-g sIhrt 6 "do roi Brimstone, -
-.... "AC der, P. Mortton, master, one .4 do blue Vitriol,
7 .i. .. : "s ba f dr her F.eight ..: '. I. andI 50 It,.. i,,c Yello.w,
-.:. 2-.-. .. wills ail in a :w o,. .:- 30 do Spanis Brwt, -
"ti, :id,r o Frreight, apply to the Msarer at Whea 18 bales Senna Leaves, -
to,'i whaift N'th side Tuown Dock, or 60 do Liquorice .Root, .
D)tWARfD f'W:M. .'' N'-',. 12 cases Aqua Fortis, dpx,
Na 37, Long wharf, o Oil Vitrinl,
..-"' HAVE.FO SALE-- 50 b- x-s Spanish Cigars
4000 lufshels Yellow Corn, 1000 wt Otter,
acc barrels Rye Flour, .- 0 real Cinnamon,
0o .bhd, Kilhs dryed Corn Ieal,' 24 crales assorted Phials,
too bbils do d do, a* nov 30o 2 zeroons Jesuits Bark. 6-v n.-v 20
For. Sde, 'reiht or Charter, Augustus Story,
." The fine ship A' EIU- aj received by the Susan, traot Ldoun
.A -' ." CAN 1E1KO, burthen 315 to s, an -..., .. ...... .:t Of .
-,..- builton Merrimack River, und er -.-,', i'"i \ I'ICLES, viz
t* -..fe- the immediate supcrnteridancee of P '1
her present owner ; she .dr .fast and carries a Sarhsqlet aiid satin Ribbons, black and
ii ,,. -., u.. .- 1 i -l-itiound.i--bhe was ititht lrve- do. Pelar.- .1,,,,., soft do. c ooured a rit
. .. .i i '. ... erfulrrlc d br t two -nets. do Ctapes, d -.nir silk' II .., *
.i -.. l. : .--. :ready to take a cargo on Wed- IThread Laces aEnd E ing, eq tu ., 'i ... ..i ct
r, I. be exian-ined at present where .I ,, .,,d silk Crown Pieces, for I t.ir .. La,
",: *,i ,.-., .. Losig W arf b her Invsntory rng and shirt celnured and white Kid Gloves
Ssay-bi setby applying, to COOKL 6 FOSrE orsl .. i
Ieo. It.,nodsa Srreet, or LEit-lULL POVE, 59 Cil-dren's worsteil,-,)!. Sisrtchado. grsisi, yeiilmy
Se-strt ov and .... ... black and white wouki Wne1
't 'it '."I ', .' "/:b I ', Sblack, white and colored silk Cords, bIrack Piln
~, ,-C,'~." (if applied for irnmediate- Viin,,i.in ,i Oilt Hcd do..cotton and worsttd H,,l
S. b'.) The bri. ; HOPE, burthen 143 assorted--twilled Cai;brick, and C .... ....:i us
-. .':'" o tils, an excellent vessel, in good lins. A few pieces elegant Lon'ton printed Caoi
J. ,-:.:'.* order for a voyage, and well calcu- bric-ks, elegant long anid square imitarion iulav'w!s.
1alt1I for the West r.'l.... oppe- Als, by tLe Hector, from Liverpou.'l,
site No. 53, 1.ong ..r- ... D i 'i,,, t t A large assortment of gilt, platcd
CiO TLSYNso., ItntaSt.get2.i NOv5 0.oSi)'- '-', e ,,i^"^.. ,.,'- PtlT'iOi i' v';

'- i ., .i 'J
No: 6, Broad Street,
Ji r -- '-I. r -: h, at- a .'r, -. L ,: .-i ,
i L l'. ... .. ..i- s .' ..h .I. ,',
Coio/ -. ', '~ i and Waoolen G,'f-, A l .
--- a4ntar'' -wir-ich arie-
Br-oadcloths and Castdimeres, C Coat
iigs, Kerseys and P'lains, Flannels and Eaizes
Blankets, Velvets and Thi-t, t ---d
comes, Ginghams, Dimities, C iri.:.,.;: -, .
coloured fancy Muslins, Marsei ';
C. ti ., -;'1i1. : Cotton Colerains, .. .
cns, Sarsnets, _, i... Gauze, Sil!: t I 1:._
chiefs, Scwing -*aill i rd Twists, Threads,Pins
Umbrellas, Buttons, Gloves, It-.iiery; &c. &c.-
which are ofi'ered for sale at a very small ad
vance, by the package or, piece.--OnaOn and-
India Cottons. nov 2-3
Sarker, Ap. le.ton Co.
No, 29, Broa.d- sti'e, IH "
'' ItheJunti.o, "..in top, &. I'; .,',',
.0 tion to their f'ri=ir .. i ...-....:S-i, ,n. ,in ;

Best West of England Broadcloths
and Cassihneres, at very reduced prices- Yorkshire
do. of all colours andt prices --Worsted H)se-
Worsted Shirts and Drawers ; Coatings ; Duffi.ls
Plains; Vestings ; Calicoas; Ginghams ; Shirt.'
wings ; Marking Canvas ; Pins ; Mathenran' Coat
and vest Buttons ; Laces and Veils, Also.
Two cases eicgalit Morocco Tea
Trays. new paterjns, by ihe set cr case

JoI-n 7N. Gilbert,
No 21, Cornhill, Has for sale,
UPERFINE anrd low priced Broadcloths, all col-
ourr.; do 0do do Cassimeres do do i; 7 al Rose
islatkete, troam i 4 to 12-4, 20 per cent cheaper
t!;sn cat- be buit-iit in town ; I case superftie uirl-
led Stockinetts. ati colcurs; Pelisse Cloths, all col
o-urs ; do Flanuels do do ; 1 bIle conitnon and fine
Flanuels, all colours ; i:;zes do do ; blue Plains ;
blue autn drab Kerseys ; I bale Hearth Rugs, 10-4
by 5-4, some vcry elegant ; together with Calicoes,
Canmbricks, Giingham:, Cotton CamLriaks, brown
hli )ands, VWstings, Shtia'w, Linens aind long Lavwns,
&c. &. ratwc' no '13

Isaac Sicho1field,
No. 2, Court-street,
7 AS received by sthe late arrivals frcam Englard,
I s v a very eicelient assortment of
.Superine and rmiddie priced Env.JI
cloths, .consisting of black, blue, mixed, battlee
green, olire, corbeau and brown--supdrfine, miid-
d' irt'a, J i u I r .c. Caslinacres, double and 0'1 -i,
milled, various colours-Pclisae C-oths--blue P' ..
-white, red, yeliowv and grezn Faannes, various
.]li sl i, '-.
All of which are offered for sal -as a-
bove, by package or piece, ,,n liberal terms.
N'Jv. -v eptf

John .r-Liruhai,

4r '-...-7's -:'lThe ,siigh n,:el,. e .s.lh.',nl-
'-.. ..' er 1iarminily, burthel 124 tops,
s-* = ". a gt,. ,,., .. j... .. ,r, i.,
I s', '. -. *
No 49, Long wharf,
10 "- L --. : FlLur, now landing'. T i
Sti'--"Virir iis. eaand CarolinTa TA-bacca'r, iy hhds'
and e-l cis- Op'ninrm--4. i;.-s St'eet Oil-
Coitrin-C-:.ton Ypail-- ,' ,.': Paper-B:,hea
sad S-r'eac;o)r'. Te--t-coarsera-- S t- ra" Arabick
--8 by 10 Wimdow '':: 3 L. .-: ,: :-
sh iee it (i o r... I-
: H S[ .'tc d .
-- anted on Charter, a:
"" -' r-. peet wais(ed B3RI or 'stooe-"
..:-.- -...-" s ".. R ,!'-o- 180 ., '' a ls-n, 1, I.,.,h,--. -
-' Apply to G. UR i iL' ..- ,
o. 9, Ildia-str<'et. i .....

S -harf, I Has for sale,
T. p'ime fJames River Tobacco ;
.- ; ,.. Ca.r ..!: Tobacco ; 44 bbis. super-
S 2-'1i, ; S,'i.-s Rum, of excellent fla.vour ;
40 oxeses abroyn Sojap ; Anchors,warranted,mnade
byiS Csasa-o.
lso, for sale,
SiThe i ship Two-f'T'
-. burteen 240 tons, lying at the T,
," '. .-" about 4 years old, built at Ports-
inouth, iunder thile ispectionn of
her i. ,. .... -i is. burtliensonme and well
,-. .' w- '
I;, l, r, -l,' r'.r
Corner of fil at Inrrlia-streict, }lavc,"f sale,
SI 'V. 1'. I. "i,.- Antigtua Rum, ligh lavour--
J i ii :. .,ix do.-s-axcahan osn Dublirs,
I [ i "I'r .

-~'-,Ch or artf
h"' e schi'. CAM.DE, burthen
S 1 tons, wsit calculated for
am--'b" mher.
.diso for sale,
The schr. CGREYIOUND,i bur.
'. .. -- then 120 tons,well calculated for
the Ltumnber trade, and may be
'-.' itd for sea.
.o .b y ? Cl .-vd'fiid.
., o. 10, 1eMrchants' Row. "
Tr AVE received per the recent arrivals from
Li.ertiol, a part oftheir supply of FI: L-
GOODS, suited to the season.
.B3iue Br'oad. Ciot'hs,...Cassimeries, bik.
blue, an.l drab mill'd-Flannels and Baizes, all
colours, Asserted ai small uales-cases Calicoes
-Scotch NTuaji,!s-white and coloured Threads
--Velv -. -.' eye Stuffs-W'ildbores-su-
perfine Rattinetl, ali colours--gilt, plated and
fancy Buttons, &c. &c. which they o i'er for sale.
In addition to which, they have re-
c' tedi a assortmeilt of HARD WARES, con,
sisting -ofAnvils,' Smith's Vices, Iron Wire from
No. 16 to 18, SadI Iror ., ..., ...;, itrads,
Tarks. brass a d iron i':. i:. .....i Pis-
tols, &.c--16 casks dry whit. Lead, Rolls 3 and
3 1-21b. Sheet Lead, casks patent. SiioL, assorted
numbers-braes india Cottons, irankinsi,; ad Sin-
chaws, entitled to debenture.
Sept. 11. epf. .

Cabot and Lee,
No. 8, Kilby-Street,
S A th he Anie, trom Liverpool,
'. '= ., I,-r" Ltonaou,
i. .., t.i fine and common York-
sh re '.il ."., _.~amhry do. ; Double and single
-. ,'. eimer bale, :ilanarcs ; Peii:.e Cloths,
e.ciured aant lack t-,illed- Cambricks ; twilled'
Lii| %''G8 fine .... ,.n ; Shirting Cottons
1.. 1.. i ,i anl worsted Lusties ; Braces
clexant '*h.I tL Ve.ting ; silk Buttons, Src..
Imperial Cords--4-4 fine Linens--
brown do ; Cotton Sewings ; fashionable gilt and
plat,% it u..s &c. 3mn Sept. 98.

ibcnd & Prentiss,
H-AVE received by the Caroline, Lotlair and
w Sally-Anne, from Liverpool,
120 packages ol Staple and Fancy
GOODS, some of which ar calculated for expor
station, and will be sold on favourable terms.
oct 16 6tf
'41IP Cl;, NDLERY,
-, t lo. 24, Idlia-Street.
IJ ENTRY EURiO1/CGHS .has con-
I r"JL f r Ele,an extensive assortment of
(.'.' ... '.'r',C ('ordage, Duck, Kc..
V. t' rI ...t with every article necessa.,
y their outfits, of the best quality and at the
'1O' .-prices. ep8t nov 6

Tobacco, Duck, etc,
S'Oksaleby LUNT & LEECH, No. 18, India
.* -. 's--' hhds James .River Tobacco-300)
prices Russia and Ravens Duck,of the first quali-
ty 12000 lb Carraca5 Ccoa, entitled to deben-
ture ; 47 tubs Steel ; A-oo now landing from brig
Havana Packet, 30 bO es,white, and 15 do. browo
WYMua ya ug SU t' ct. S.

NFORMS his friends and the public, that he
li:t purchased the Stock of HARD WARIE,
"and taken the st-nm, of ParI.t.P WarNTWOa'R*,
Jun. No. 12, Court-street, and- solicits the cPus-
tom of his friends as welt as the foriner custom-
Sers of Mr. Wentvortb, and asstres them that
he twili keep a complete assortment of Goods,
at the lowest price for cash or approved credit.
N, B. Gentlemen building or repairing, are
particularly requested to call. eptf 'nov 13
Stanton & Spelman,
No. 12, Broad-street. -ave for sale,
(-NE hundred bbis Pot and Pearl Ashes,
( 200 bbls Mess, No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 Beef,
S3 bbis prime Pork-i pipe Sweet Oil,'
SC bags Calcutta Sugar,
20. chests Hysonskin Tea,
60 bolts Amuericun Duck,
Few ibls 1 ,(' 1i,-d B,,d
3 S cares Nin L. dC ia.-.,enr .t'.:d tode-
benture, .
5000 wt. new milch Cheese.

Giass, Pies etc.
s W D. ECKLEY, have for sale, now landing,
oo boxes tobacco Pipes, in boxes ef fto w6
gr9oceeach ; 5450 fect crown Window Glass, from
7 by 9 to t4 by r ; 7 Canmbooses, (G. Youle's)
different sizes; quantity of Grape Shot and Cannon
Ba1l. in Store-
30,000 feet English Glass, every size
25 crates do in sh:ets. nov 23
Storrow and Brown,
Have for sale, A tNo..50, Broad st.
_E IGHT bales superfine BROADCLOTHS and
.J.- CASSIMERES, now on beard the Alfrcd,from
Liverpool epr may 29.

Rosin and Pitch.
N OW landing from sloop Rosantia,
a8o bbls Rosin-75 bbis Pitch.
For sale by HALL,THACH-ER & CO. No -o,
Parkman's Buildings, Bray's,-wharf. nov 33
Liverpool Salt.
LT INZEE & CUNNtiVGAA, hae-re for safe, on
board ship Johr Adun?, at Indria Whaf-
95 tons Liverpool SALT.
nov a,9

I arker C Co, l and r o -,, Broad S~rect,"- 7 Ui 02 ,
AVE received byA iae arrivalslri E- uckernian and lRogers ne Vnes'.e oa ontr ,
Slalid, a largadu ,';u;ctie assoilnt of it tr fa- O. 37, Cornhill, otler for sale, a large Impo i THE THIRD BOSTONT EDITION 01OF
I;:e al; d Fa-.cyu- OOi.-.iuoiisntig io- 1N tationf ODS. F, P 7 T r
S3 bales ipe.e ald i do twill'd Grecian BIRTI ISH, S A'D SCOTCH GOODS; ....S A. -.SPEARE's .PLAYS.
c.anm.un irca.tcotls, priitert Camoeilis, received per Sally-Ann, Lothair, George, Ntw Ga-. ( E N INE DuODeCIMO VanOLOMES),
8 do tnil'd an)d ctci- 2 do e,egaitt hosiery lea, and other late arrivals, With Notes illustrative and e :.. 1laotoacy,
.r Cssii',res, ,-.,,. & earfs, This a-.i Ir.,:rr C ,,np-i... lUt :..' all By Dr. obr.jon, .G.Seemcn,, andothers.
dot Plains, ssseorte,; 4 ao: pritedShiawls, t t r c m C Copied from theText of the last London E.-
2 do S'i...i. "f"dm2 do 6r4, '- arid -a th St ric- ae r:ienit and approaching season, as dition--revised by Dr. Red.
2 do Levosnire K Ir- elegin Vigenua:lnl- Iia A ad ofh t t ,,uur, e roratc(i by
seys, tation Slawits, .I .i. t l of -t. .. cni a y
10 da Flannels, I d,,7.4 and 8-9 ele;- 'P :.:i'al Fancy Londot Goods. La ,lt, is give, in lI.c fil,: olume ,nd a list
6 do imperial Cards,. 4..t :;:i. ,tuita roin, They have sa!,. for sale, and Invoice One de l zer bo ln .x,, p a
2 do Pelce FPiaels,' .- ,., .. 5 u 30: of C,,!r, and H-I.,d V'r-:, per package only; cas- ne a ohys .... e ...of i io. f
8 do i,..... ., ,, ,t d lp.h:. TIr,. ; n ri'- .. a l lian NCO-O .'GED by tl, alcof v.o cJ.tlon of
8 do !ti tt,-1 2 t" ,ich .r.- :i .-, b, l., H ose : ba dt, s o l W i i., -r. n. E. ,', .. ct..: o i rc which have pro.
,. f ,SL. H ose a yso. t ,. r prers w lthin a few year tl
S KUttie, 1tt a Dresses, cases of Pins ; R,lho... Vclvets and Cords, &. I C bishem .. presswIhoon a lew year:, th.
dd ,-..i.i T&hew ho.e wil in a few days, be same Publishers now offer Proposals for a thirrd
ris da ..'.... d r. ..s .g pc thewhole fwil,'in a few days, be* impressionn 1ihr, tope ii rr i,.-
6 Go R-Cose Blankets,. 1 do rt.h g,;od-pelice ready-for the inspection of purchasers, and approbation and patronage. 1o i-,t irlrqao to
5 do Rug Siankets, Lace, Coids & Gird- be offered en the mostfavourable terms, for Moen- copy the text from the latest and be.t editor oi
I dcO.Mole Skins, -. ey or. C,.J,t. .. ,.,,' and Steevens's Shakespeare, edited .byv
I d iteatltes at ..-. ,-, The,, ,:r ,-t an additional supply by L'r is-... to have the work well aud correctly
S4 rosuRetsrnae H.oters. 2 do laced Veiis L'C s; he next arrivals. tf. sept'a8 [I r:v:.. -'* a ., c endeavour that it shall excsed the
4 s"s, : a n a rippetan l;.--a.r,-, r iIGni in every respect.
4 do Tartan.Plaids, j .e. .L Pratt Andrn ews, S ri tion cs.- I at te Sh:kc,-
.. 7 d r Fui10r V :i rs t hrea Lace, No. 30, StateW SC 11 LrllC r-tiI'l 1. i r, ; e !
3 di coi d a i". ,', .. 1 dp black sik Lace, 30, State-st eet. pciir Ec o:.li,.r ,N., i, ('r.hll.
2 do Prfited Bontba- 1 do !.fce Tambour'd AVE r.(ei'td p..rIip JuIwand n, frem MUNROE-& TRANCIS.
zets, .. Sleeve, J. Liv. r ol, a.. from Londn The Secondd Volume is this day *i lj. :. and
3 5 ese.comnitn an ld su- 2 do Yan'ry silk tldkfs, Biroa,. I ,.i,'tl- S tt .. J r 'l a i: t l' r*:t fior d..... .
pa line Calicoess, '2 d'o :Lataes' habitt colqurs and qualities.;--superline Ribb'd Cassi. *- -' .. 1- l -
9 o esuip Velvet Cords, ( loves, all colourl meres-HntMter' iC.. :-- I1 ain 'd Printed P"'-. N "r N' 'it I, ,
1 do Tabby Vclvels, 6 dio Coakpuny'a best li,,se F -,,,c1 C1 L- .C.e L r r iturcs.. 6-4 Shawls- s i \ -a d n a e a "e-.s L ,.
S 1. d 4,careirick Dim- large lldk!s. afcw ticg.,Lt .-4 and 8-4 do---Fancy Hti,11. ellt "t and
ot '4 dis d. 14 do-clieckGingnams, Ginghams-Silk and Cotton do-Cambria' i, i" i EnT'lh1 0pei '
1 d :. d. 2 di Beog' ] St'ipe do." lint-Cotton Shirtings-Dimitics -Mblack' and col- .An.En ish Speliin 0.; ; -'J
* 4 do Worsted fHose, a-. 2 do -lair Cord, oured,plain andtwilled Sarsnet- worsted Bindings Or an Introduclon to tihe ,/f riad,,:-

5 do e Cambricks, dilk an- -Scotch Thread patent eolor'd do-GaHoons-- 1 By J.AML s sl'ii tauhor oftt C' l.-,Lr, l .i.-
e 5 do cisgaut F.neiy a d Pluhlcat Hsdkt, Domne top twist ,',t n5 --- .a Sarsnct Ribbons-- thogi'apher.
Miosh" s, do Jadras ldkis. Hair do Barcelona Hdkfs-Bladc Silk Flore-n- us design of this Work is to furnsh
do. F.a y Buattons, 16 dr 4I 4 Iri, Lie is, line and corded Tal !.y Vc5 ings r',i E" ; ,- st 11 expense, wi-h ,in,-r r
51 do Faro' Buton, 10d -,4 h L4 ens broiderigsilks- -1. t". 11t !il.m expense, with r
2 tio coluotuid C..in- Ii do cetCtionSali ing, bro rinIg silks- ,. It i, .- ,-....,,,,
brick,. .1 do Ribbzntis, assort- Suprcfine black, tuaw blue, .fore iS wori-isn commoI use: ch.,.i ii,,:, -t,.rno
S do Silk ard cotton ed, grcn, -.i-,is, d c ,td -'tt ,-f E ,1and r.,, .I. .. ,',.n, i ..,t : in 'I', i .,t4at e. T1,T
(-ia s, ( I "... ;r, .. r...Iout ,- ltt i ii t : i' i' ,n .J 1, h : .,,,.,, ,.,_,,.. ,t' .1"
W thiltI they offer for s..le .1 t :, [ i j ,r Piec?, : l- t .h.. h t i L rc r ,, t hr cip.. lo. ,1 .,,;'... .. i i .. ,t I .. i '. t .,
oi reason ab:e term.i. b h .y ar icr,a, :rrria.al., are T -t r < in l tre r .o iill ,'..* i- v :,.. :e ul r-i'er t ,nies. : c..i-n.
._m "'t .a1 ils n r 7 rs .J ;.. (.. .. .-..l. .- .ae ,-,. re ... t .
A-.. -t Iila A LI US S c '1, -a lpprov ,-eI i -:.a ciltuinp i.. 3l o .l t 0.i
lo., 6, Coultaltseet, ('south side,) On the kwer floor of the.Mass chiiaetts Bank, Besidrc the Tables of commonI words, it- con-
-._ imported tL the Nm w-.Uacu, fra f uaion, State street, Has-for sale, trains ailtlhe-nalmes of Per'ssa and 'Places; T.i-
S- a complete a inet t A Large assortment of Ribbons, Sarsnets, Lus- lt.i- -,i all words in the i',ng'uage which are sun-
Si S, Bonnets, Plumes,' aniS, Tas- -. trying Muslins, Cabricks, Laces, lt,, i, ,,-.and, bit difiarent in ., ,iph, ; ex-
sels, Roans and ~tkver's, ic. Bcst quality of italiah Sewi Silk, ilk, Twisr, il-: r.. ofvowels and consonants', sylabes
I Of the f.olovoiFn descriptions, viz: Ca.ittin Ciapes linen ,.:....i.. Company Ban- rAnd words; ruless in : .,:l'... and Reading, Up.
SIi--ans patentit slk1 Hats, lHare Brown, black & dannas, / c. The arrlir--cnment of the words it- tlsa
i. liy's Drsiate avser do. abhie BFot s iauteie Flagand Sistersoy HBdkfs ook is s& I-.i., l., lhat -. .. it. I ci
. do do Gree., ucier do do flats and brush Plumea S; .....- ,I, ..; :,, I. imitation of the Cassi- laid down, in instructing ehlildrTen, v ,il t. a
Do Devlashire ilart and Featherp, mere, once initiating them into the true prinlciples,of'
Brown, do P.iurme red 'on skis, Leng .and short aid Gloves,, pronunciation ; they beconie eiquainted with
- La.'ri' auwd while,dab do, do bkivers, '... *1. ,. .i the various I... 1. of the letters, and will learn
- ani Divoushine and do blieedoin rupierioro- Cotton and worsted.1 :,,. .i .'- iT for.i-, more in 3 months, than those n'. t:uliht Dy ,his
H-I i rc 'r'wn Bonnets, der-, suit lble lor bhoe India C i ..,. ..:. .1 i ,, L .... h., t ii' .. i i' i ;li.- a
.* J',' ,,. do do. or Book Bhi'cl'rs, Con m .,, '5i T -,,,.J i."as iF)er8, .' I- U)
Lade:,' aud. Girls' Drab package iat Screws., Gilt and plated Buttons, and a great variety of O i -' Itt .i'S.
aad Brown Bands anid Tihe above, with his other Goods. 3 1 a LL ',, & C. 0 ,,: .!.:-Dni:.3
Tasstls, emrner stsck, malies a oct 19 3111 -s -v ti a tti.-
* Lada' and Girls' Drab very gaoad assrtienti. wings, have this day publistled--
S Ftwn, Devoushlire and -. H Hard W are. An ,E-ssay on the Z ai, r, ,ro .
o. Ai R -it"OaiN, expectsby the Ki he lt T & G. TUCKEt MAN No, 62, Nthe FIciev l -entio ; with, an A.,,, ; curT .,-
r om.iiderofls lFallsupply. "3m Oct5 V the Fvenich Paent Law, F.ent,,, w. T. -,,,4
ts- i Oe'i rie st S, .Statestreet,bava1e ro.cei-ed per Caroline' FS27.I. E '', Attorneyot Law.
1M Coore and7 S-omliCes, from Liverpool, a very extensive assortn-nt of As the West-indies b.d nr, er been
r a 20, BROAD S E7," Bi MINGH 'J A GUODS'.est-indis e ben
I No. 20,eied_,he S7, TcE7BR-V GOOD. discovered wit out the d, ,. ) ; ,; I e-r,,n-
A -- .VE received by the GeOrgl, from Lon'lon, AtMsNo wmctI ARE her's Nedleed it cannot he: em ai -.,i .
L the Acad otnerlate arimis ftcr .-Livery- 1 It. Tacks and Clot ,.-x Sad I- ces be no fart lir dcvetot,:'i,, .,'. it o;
poi, thair Fall supply of rons; Frying Pans ; Sheet Iron ion Wire ; Rot- invention anddiscovery bia I. s. J-- .1A-
I"Ishio,,ohbite and -, L GOODSS; ten ad unPicetone; evry description of Lockv, c .- ',or. h
-coNssis-rNo 1or- Hioges and Screws ; Norfolk and cminmon iron
Bales super,. tid Cini Ladc'lorg asid habit, Thurnm Laiches Iron and Brass C,,,il rik. '- First Settleraen .t N. ., I i 1..t.
rion, bi ;ack, g!vn, b flick, sacv.'ea e d Auivid and Vices; Iron Spoons; Conimode and. UST published, atnd for sale by Lincols J.
blue,a brv.,.al tmiv irk melk t everr a Rose handles ; Brass Nait ; Hingces, and Clock JI'- maIds, No. 53 Cornlhi,--
eC .4roadclitha; t Men's e, acverr, Faun nFuriture, &c. &c. ALSO, A : icm. .1 of :rv tli r -: r. 'from
Do. do. Laa..,iMcres, st- as. (lovsc, A leat variety of Sudbui-y WA ;,;, '. Fsado CV. 44,, 45-A d g.S-C ie the ,,, ''U
gcu sad doubliie i tl ,cc: blacli, 'viillatdconloir ag a7 in heathen, that fdey iFht t t a,'-te '..' t': -r:
S to c k in e t, e r;in C o ri d s e d si lk i ioac g a in el w .15 O e r C r e !
Fiab s, a Z s ; t. eep i/ laws--By the ,ev, l r. C a. : .
Cc'..n Shirtin, c late Vci, -' ., -.I l'- BRAL r1, r Indn N H. The chliefi o'ect ofi the Seernmo, ss
Vciveti,, tosiery filaf.BRA;. L:'rb:Nos' : p, India street, has to revive those christian doctrines and rcties
Bonbazet's; -arhionabrt e t lace Ari' ; J ing omslonop per nt, wliich distinguished ithe pious fathers _i6 this
Cotton Canibtiicks ; lets ; 145 bbis. ? white an'd brown bBrazil Sugars, country, and have rendered X.cew Ie
Silk Flarentines; Plainaand figured Srs.. 7 boxes, suitable for retailing; happiest part of the 'world. It is a : L .tit j" i r
Cotton Armlets ; nets and MA-odc, ; 30oo0 hls Brazil Coffee. giratitcius circulation atnon.g childe-n and ths
Li tiis; Sartisn, .arsnet ani Mlodc Also--from sloop Hero, indligotnt.
oAdelnaces Threads ; Rib Twist ; bags Sumatra Pcppcr, en tls.d sito desenture N. B This tract h.s received- the warm.ap-.
Ferrets and Galloons ; italian& Dutch Crs Fromsloop I amsi, probation ofthe pioua ,nrd orthodox where ser
rSi.k t-dkfs. ; &c;. & D-. ut2Craps 9 boxes,i tlp white -Tavana r ,, .r,., -.." a .ex- it has been it. ..is- ", :; 10 cents a -.-, -. ct
Which they ofterfor sale, by the Package or Piece, cedicut quality, ind enti tied to debenture. per' dozen. nov 0
on liberal terms. Sm Oct. .. rom sloop Boston,
'\ ib..di t-tI l m \ I ti, o casks i.r,',:r r. ,, Spernaceti Oil lS.
S No. 67, Broad-'treet, casks witcr pressed, t fori -ri. "'" day published at Sff;lk uildaigs, bound
rrr c Nori. --'.sS, B rd I,' n sloop ,' I.nAc,, .e lettered, price 1 dol. 50, cts by D. MAL-

Li UIon1, AI. .. sir, L.lt '; L .. 1 li,.iI .--.--- -
Dubli, a Iso grece Porter Bottles. nov 23
200 Packages, containing an exten- -" LogWOO Pim nt &C
siv assortment of the tfolie-w!g Articles, cwcidh '&..o, .
they will dispose of at a low autvance, ana i;iberai .- ( tW h-i"n C'rom- slcop W.i/su,:, ani fbr ale
credit, viz ;--- by I WIG GLESW 1RT-i, at No.
White, yellow and red Silk Handkts. plain and lo india- Wharf,
Fla.ti- eis ; figured; 11 tons t .
Green Btize ; scvwin Silk :l '. T .vit ; h i '. .. -, in sItore,
i-4, 6-4 and 9-_ Rose .bilk ooot 1.5 ...- antid 0 '.. Boliua .h a,
Bombaze's, iffelrent co- 6-1 & -I fancy Shawl, ; ISO pie .- '. 'I "',n Cargo,
lours, Cotton Lace ; Atfvw chests Cassia.
i.i _Jonmbazeens ;. Gepntiecen's nne silk & 800 pieces long comip'v yellow Nankins, pack.
i.' ri Eng. Cloths and I _.%-'. c'-i t I ed in boxes,
1- ; ; 4 ; 4 1-2 and 5 5) balea Calutta Goods, assorted,
7-4 .... L I..' ',, pack Pins ; 1 case bl--; 1 trir,-ji .
Wor,etd, cotton and silk Gentlemen's Beaver cas i.'. i). i .. I s ,'s II, 13, S &5,
Hoe ; hGloves; I do Frenchl black .;-i',e, No's 31, {I(, 38
Miil'd worarsted Stocinet; l.ailies' Habit do. and -i, !,
-i- and -.4 caaibrick 9-8, .r...n 'i'r,, : ; "Ru.sia Duck- Tub.Steel,
Muslins; Cotton Co's '. i.- r..' ; -lavanna anu Java Cofl:e.
7-' coloured Cambricks; 7-S fanct s..i .us.i,.,. A few cask.s first sort lrietles. nov 33
Ingrain watered Moin- Calices ; Y .
reias, diifirent colors, Lades'ik abitGoves nry N. Ro ers
Brussels Carpeting ; Do. silk S'lcvc; N. Y ba.st Hat fr sale,
4-4 floor Cleth; la and -1- Irish Lin- .3, India-street, Ha for sale,
White Esckrarnl ; ens i cEaroes hf schr.Frankl'n and sloop Con
6-3, 6-1 and 7-1 Silk l-4 do Sheeting a.nd A .i solitirtan.--
Shawls, tfew boxes Fniich li 75oo \VW. 0. pipe and Ihlts Staves,
Black, white and color- Cainbricks. I sl5cou bushel.4 icf best fanned Con,
ed Sarsnctsi ; tt ct 35 50o bhia Tar, Pitch, Tu pciiuic and Spirits
Hardrrpeiine. a .nv 30.
TOHN & CHAS. .3Or ,ORD, !".. collins,
J have- eceifed1 b, (tre Jane and Rector from .. n :, Long -',.harf, Has for sale,
Livarpool,and i. i f ..- P:.stol, additional sup- ; -OW landing, the cargo of sehr. ,ix Brotcersa
pli.es oft B.? .. s: \ i, SiHEFFP-jI 0 & ', 490 bbl. t: .e. Alexandria FLOUR,
BRIST'OL GOODS...viz,- .o half bbls do. nov -o
1 cask Knives and Forks : &a
Ido Pen and Pocket Knives, Razors & Scissor : BOnd ','. Frentiss
I do lies of an approved quality,
I do coat and Vest Buttois : P--7 AVE ir 1 casae Bundle rd Pound Pins: a-. -_ Landon, andi Jane Ironi .ivcrpooui-
I4casks Brass Kettle, : 60 packages of GeeDS, whichl4 ate cmThred ior
4 do Britannia andI Pewter Tea Pots ; sale this day by pattern card, on good cernii,
1 cask Pewter Measures, from co.e gallon to. No'.v tf.
'hl alfgill: :- --
Se-wing, an-4 Seine Twine : Mackerel R setrring 1USSla JDuck.
Line~. : single, double & treble Sheet plate bhiov- N d b
els and Spades : NE hundred bolts 1st quality Russia Duck,
frying Pans : Socket i 1,,.!. J'.'ust receiveS and for sale by ISAAC haINt-
Cast Steel, of the best quality. In San-or-- LOW, Long-wharf. nov I0
Bristol Crown Window Glass, 6 by 8 .
7 by 9, and 10 by 8 : 12 handsome Parlour Giiau- I resh Oivjes.
St 7no I I ANDI f1 : I ": r ,rmony, from Gibraltar
IHard Ware -,'o j.rs 'i '. 0 oxes.oerAi-
S- T---t-.r-le by THOMAS THAXTERk,No.
C AeKS of Brass Kettle. ; bales of Saddler's .' "" ,'a'. Nov j).
ShoWebbiog ; do of' Princeas Checks ; steel piate .. .
Shovels ; an additional supply of CUTLEKY, re-I x _-, ._',
ceived per Caroline irro l Briitol, and' Jane froe Y IGHTY thiisand w.t, hcavv iv2i-ntra iPEPPER.
Liverpool, are for saleon good taers by W. & G. I'' in linen -r.--.. &l W :.LiY & FOS-
TI.CKEI.MAN, No. 6s1,STATE-STREET. 'IK, No. Ti-. .. : ,. n,. n.v *23
Nov 6. eptf I.. --.
A ANTEL--A LAD, to. wait in a .s i
smi family. quire a th ep tory 7, FTY pieces hrst quality ir ussia ahleetinigs-just
n smalfa ly lq ct eEi Rpt .'y 'received and fSr aie bty JOHNSON & AD-
'-Ae ep sept 'S5 S AM No. A 3, L t. g gWhl. u ar23

A DICTrioNARY of select aind popular QUOTA-
.. daily use; taken from the Latin,
ish, l i L ir
transated into English, Wvithm ll.... .. i-
terc-iland Idiomatick-By D. E, MAnCDoaNL,. of
ihe Middle Temple. -
First American from the 5th London edition,
corrected, with additions.
"He oa hecr at a great feast o Ii"'-"re, e.nd
stolen all the scraps." S ".. I e.
nov --
.,,,' '- i': ", .
i received from LGndon,an.I for.sale lVy Win.
S i.LS, No. 6, Court street large and exact-
lent assnrtlienl of
anialgst the BOOKS ae many iewi andsplandid
pndiurationnS. .nov 'S$

EveIing 2 tuition in? .-
French and Spanish Languages.
SST. GCORGE,gdr.!efal for the r.neo(r.
-',,t'orstent ho has imet with i, tea;'.iog tlhe
iaolgagugs in somne.oi the most respcitabhe feaM-
ilies in tatownr, proposes to s-pen an .EVT ...
School, at his ofBre in C'ciurt street, to cnOt-
megnica as soon as six ;)'rs3is i),ve sub reribed.
l he evenings of 'In W'ediiesdays a, -:
Friday, from 6 to V, '. Pw i be devoted to
theF .., ,i. thoae : : ;. ,
Thur *" ... i l ,! t t le t .I sr- O er r
terms, please to apply to EDWARIIS & ST.
9ij,'.'. .. Translators and fbpyists, No 4,
Court street. tf nct 2'o
POLL OCK'S IuteLt Stoves.
.," ."'- IOILOCK c.s eisc3,c ta inform s.a
i. flie iis niId ite puibli, that h:a .la uo w pi"a'
chased from lhis bro'ter, .' r. *!(.'1l,, l'gj eikY e- al
rigi~tt making and .. '.;. Patent Sto--s rt
oily illn S erica bst i .. ., cs utiaeid. and Le
Colonies.-.te iha3sipe!,-d sti-re at No: 32, C:'rt.sr.
(opposite WIest rov.) h5ee th:nse H1n ,wish to pur-
chiase are req'iur-ted to catl, le has received a
coli;lete set of p.tt'i).e f is.tar to ihnse aCa3e ; oT
thio London inarlk.at, fo 'ni -wtIich he expects so"n to
hav oe tecnaaetngs- tiiese may le used'i either ai
tlIrves or Q' rate ,'
The 'al, r'; Stovt's arc now so tener-
a!sly inn, snd hive been found an, ustff', that lit-
tle need be said tQ recommend theio--tih. increasing
price of fuel, vill naturally innke ttiem ni.rte an ov -
ject for purchasers than foirnerly.
Just received, f-r sale-A small a-
sortment of Tlermoneters,niade by oine oi tne best
artists in London. A'/-,)3 bsxes'Nulnls and 1'
Thread, ofthe first qoalt, aud ofit is w ars i -
facture. Daily expectad..a large ahortee,.rt of faC-
tory Goods and Yari, which will be sutld ciesa for
cash, or approved cieiit.
Goods received on consiginment. an,.
ardcers froes the country will be careffli vttOenided
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