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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 18, 1810
Publication Date: 1804-1811
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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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A :..Iep e;
is .'lblished TUESDUAYS and tFitDAYS, by
JO(!", P'. i-,K in' tie .:sti C/haimber, OLu
S ,r o u s E..... O.V, ( Mass.).....181.
COi'VDI'T IONS.
I. o. i )ot io..i;RSP iR &AN NOUM,tWO in advance
oi sitbscrbinhlt.'...-12) cents single. Distant
S.irribers mustlt l'rward a YcAr 's subsprip-
1 tin, in advance.
2. Nj- subscription can he received for a less
'Y+-rithn h.t SrX m ONTr S. ,
3. n, pa 1cr will be discontinued until arreara-
-es are settled, unless the account be put in
l-t. -_.. 2.__ _


.. .. 7, i ts. ,
T TILTU.VM IKING, No. 7, south side Court-
I reel, has Ibr s-e, a very large assort-
-'ien;t of the above, viz.
Gentleinen's patent si.L water proof
;ond beaver ILITS, of the latest importation s,
first quality and fashion ; A;.nei'ican m.inmfaio.
Cured beaver do. warranted. .laso, a large as-
aoirtment ort f.., -': It and-American plated 1L.7',
which 041 'cn t'. i i vegryg lw, suited to the courn-
tooy market ; Ladies' beaver il'OAVE.j'J, vaii-
'Js silapes anl colotIrs. very chl0:p ; a hand-
some assortment of .pLrFI'S and 'IPPTS.
The above will be sAld as low as they can be
purchased at any store in Boston, forl cash or
credit,. eop3m. l dec II
ilN.1O,', Nutmegs & Cloves.
"-'OR i by S. i-liG6 I;--) tSU' CO. No 35,
L India wharf I
,50o lbs ,Mace, 4 entitled'to drawback, &
oo l.bs Clove.-.s, ,-b of the first qpal ty.
S6so50 HM Clov '-. Also-
'1The N-tmigs ad part of the Cloves, are in
hoics--containing t8 It tb ls Nutmegs, 'aad 6o ]bs
Clovcs,each -the resid ue of the Cloves in bags-
the Micr i'h in bIampers, of i5o lbs dec 7
it en Goods.'
J O-IN FOX, No 69, Corn hi.l1, has for sae,
J Fine 4 4 and 7 8.U;nens-5,4 aid 6-4 1-ish
'-I .. ,I;,-- tli.... ns, 1-2 eil- 5- "- 7-4,
nt' d -. -u> i.pt la-a bl othsfin e FrClol .
C r,,-i- .. Also--
S t' fe pieces best superfine CLOTS,
wa'rs.ated equal! to any imp.Atedlhis scasot.
dec 11. ...._
Italian hewing bilks.
AS DOW, No.' Ci .."' is ,ilw open-
'A in.s (. sale- ;
Trur.l. of Italian Sewing, S.Aks, as-
sorted colours. LKr.wisr.,Itaiian Crapet ; Fieiin-li
.id cloves ; Camibrick Dimoties ; lace-.haws and
.. I .... 1. l H k'..; ; blue Pe-
Si, w1 I 1.1 ... i,.'. l lec 1 1

D^, n Raven* Duck.e
.7OSI. iD- by W. R. GRAY, No 6, Kisbv
,ireit,,',. cargaof the hp Luia, 1p.
St. PeterstburT, consisting of
80 tons oid Sable Iron,
20 .do ",eam ilremp,
9?n'l0 boits RAia DUc.k'-,..


17 baisC.- --, c-.lc. !ristes,
5 baivs -lors Manes--S3 do Hlorse TaBls.
2 d) Cslf Skins. dec 11

ussia and Ravens Duck.
S 100 pieces first Puality Ruia, e .Duck.
Iju d.1. do. 0 Ravens
just received and for salet at No. 15;
India wharf, dec 1
r '. to, and Ravens' Duck.
JOSIAH BRADLEE, No. z9, ludia-strect, has
landing fonit sloop H1ero -
iSo pieces Russia Duck,
159 do Ravens do.
Si hhd B istles. dee 11
e Hemp.r
TE' tons HEMP. of a silperior quality
'.l Ila.dh tfrori Ship Mentor, at InYia wharf,
for ,e ,- CH iRI.IS S PowUnw .IS. d,-r. t
Herap.
V.'FMTV tons clean St. Petersburg
SV !1 I Jv laniili; fruin ship ventor-lor
iabl 1 by.& E. E. MO 'LEY, No. W7, India street.
dec

..". O N '' I 1' l ..i i ..e,
5i2 bales Russia DlAPEsIi, on rea-
. .,ailae termra. dec '1
Red Clover Seed -lanted.
' STA D Ir, by JONA. DAVIS, No. 41, an-
4 di- lll.rl a quantity of red clover Seed,
well cleaned and free Irom fouul eed, forsuch the
Idighest price and cash down will be paid.
Dec 7 r eptf.
('O ialCE i0 r ton s p.
T EN pipes just landed from schr Hop'-, en
: titledl to debeniture-for sale by 0. SHER.
'VITAN, No i.. L;,i, >iiart. dec it

Bourbon Coffee.
T t OMAS C. AMORY &8 CO. have for sale at
S No. 28, India-wharf, lauding from selir Swal-

500 bags Bourbon .Coffe3, entitled to
.debenitire dec CII
Spermaceti Oil.
OSIAH DRADLEE, No. 29, India-street, has
S jst i a received Ior sale-
4600 gallons best winter and summer
*strained 'sperm Oil, for lamps, dec 11
Glass Pipes, Shot, &c.
OR sale, by J.. W D. ECKLEY, 190 boxes
tobacco Pipes, assorted-65o boxes English
Window Glass, comprising every size--33 crates
do in'Theets--o cwt Grape and round Shot, &c.
A (1o days, BILL on New York, for a%,oo dis.
dec ritr No 17, Merchant's Row.

NOTICE-10 or 20 tons of pine
Timber went afloat from Swett's wharf on
thenight ofthe 4th inst. Thereturn ot any part
of it will oblige the subscriber, who will amply
compensate for such trouble. H. N. ROGERS,
Dec. 1. No 96, India.street.
Notice,
Tr & J. WIGGIN,.will pay cash for
*L. Pot and Pearl A she's, dec I
XXTA.NTED-A LAD, to wait in a
small family. Inqttirc at the Repertory
otce, pflf sept "t


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10. NumBER ,101.


J sia h Dradilee, jO t
No. 29, Indi.-stre-t, E'. AA.., c, !. -...:i .'-l. e I. GtP SOli 't jIt
S T AS for sai--230 boxes .rowii0 Havana Su-
.' irs, ei:tited to deberture ; 601000 lbs Si- -By JAMES, ;OX ME-rs-y.
mutra P 1 .,,'-, entithued to do ; 0000 lbs St Do- .
SI ., i to do; 300 chests Sochirg I ave my arptosorrow's hand
Tea; I50 d, II... i., ; So do Y.mng Ihison do ; And she has rled tme chomr d so lnY
23 hilI d, Bohea do: 4900- pieces yei;w Nan- And h ruled the chords so ng
keens; 18; ,'- -- .,.: ,. Duck, first quAlity; qi '. 1 n,.t .a h at my coiimand;
do avensi do do : 16 tons clean StI',. l,.,rig i' v. .l.a to H R song.
eIImp'; i4 bhds. 56 bbs. and 20 boxes Ol .'i : a ',
Aid Phinad Laf aiid L-i6l., ",ai, ii bbl s ai'd'"'" Ofdetr descrtetd llur, -. -. .
box-s vhite ,and iro ,. l .i i ; -.5 1..'- ..- ..o iii loved to la ,
z!l Culffe ; 300 mats -,.'. '. J. '- i" 'S V '... T r i.-%, i -.- breath, te r.l.>iT.r of flowers,
7 whole anod 4 half pipes Madcira Wine; 1l crates Snapjt in ..-' fi -,Jhines iby the blast ;-
Sheet w n'iow G-ams; 3 caiks dry white Lead ; 46
ktgs groiud i anger excellenLt quality ;L8 boxes 01l '., long e s ..f future care,
SweetOil, it bottles each ; 130 boxes first quality "' ill .igei,- et .: '.' yields her breath,
Speimaceti Cand!es ; 1 hld Bristles ; 10 bales Is And endless ages of despair,
quality ds, his year'sgrowth. ent, from Beyond the judgment day of death;-
Also, now lauding frorn s'oop Expe:i-ment, from ; ;
Naiiiucket, The weeping minstrel sings,
63 cas1.s Siliiei-.' strained sperm.Oil, And while her numbers flow,
for lamps, 22 do Winter strained do for do; 30 My spirit trembles with the strings,
boxes first qualiiy Spe-rniacei Candlies; 11 pipes Responsive to the notes of wou.
old t'aval WVino ; 10 pipes idadcira Wito.
df.c 1.1 snatch the Itarp from Sorrows hand,
T..... ..i Hope whui hst been a stranger long ;
Lunst C Leech,0 strike it with sublime command,
No IS,.India Wharf, tiavc nf.,r sale, And be tbil Poet's life thy song.
N Hundred and fliity hhds James Kiver "o- .
0W 1 '0 .c ,_. sa;', li.,vcr.! I- Hope and dartthlinehand
0 tuos Suteelra Ppper, e, ir ,i l-arpuntune'dso long ;
0 boxes wthie Havana Sugar, Thiat Harp shall breathe, at thy command,
10 0bis suorfine lown, Immortal sweetness through thy song. .
S3.0 pieces Russia Duck,. l '
10ilt do Ravens do. Al it;,.i, tllhs gloom control,
110 do Rus-ia Sheetindg, And at thy voice shall start
11t) do do do- bikched, A new creation in mv soul,
9 cases '. r a.. Paper, A native Eden in my heart,
500 Calf, ..
2 cases-anrrow iiqcr., ---- -.-- ...
2 do broad i .. l .'r~rl' .
1 io Hats-- do l.i4ens, fE-: tlL i ..,
2 do Cra Sbalte Ruia lfealthers. dec11 - ---
'1 h.otas & .tl t... ,oii iler, .t l..
NTO.WV landing, the a.' i .1.,r, o. Betsey, .
1 c6 hhl ts Guadaloupe Molasse., of a good W'oR THEaD RBPERTORY.
quality,. 4 ;f, T/'17 sand Dolla Cam-
l i Me, ,id Ni 1 Peef.-Ta Store,
6o bhhds St Croix and Demnerara Rum, a/ '.
acoo feet St Domingo Mahogany, Of all the ridiculous measures which charac-
io hhds and 20 bbis St. Groix Sugar, terize the Administration, we think the instrouc-
50o boxes Havana white Sugar,. tions to Gov. Ci 'ti..ie a ..... p.,.u' the Pres-
6coo Havana and Guadaloupe Goffce,in casks ident's Message deserve to be placed foremost
and bags, on the list; and could we lull our fears for im -
3 haies Upland Cotton, pending consequences, we would join in the
8 zeroons Spanish float Indigo, laugh which these instructions, coupled with
"oo0 p. bluo N-i-kin-, the proclamation, have generally excited.-
SHyscn and H-ysonskin Tea, T'."en' tlhoUusand dlllairs--and NOT ONE CENT
Ravens Duck-Russia' Sheetings. Mo a E, allowed to the puissant goveriiour to ac-
dec 4 complish the great object, as delicate as it is-
N at aniel Dana, ioant," (just aboul) and as important as
No 53, Long wharf, His for sale, "A'ow hbe it known, that I, J.TAsZs MAnisot,
WO hundred and twev.ty bbls. No. I a.ndl 2 President of the United States of America, in
D !ieft; .3 tont' clean Hempi,; Russia Sheeting ; pursuance of th: -- .. : '. and uru'ent consider-
"Paven, Duck ; Trub Steel; Kussia wi0:- Di, .. actions, have t. ..! right and requisile-,
.*-l,, bue; "l-bile 'I tncs. _- ['i.' i that possessive o should be taken of said Terri'tor.y,
S. S. VVillard, in te ntme and behal' of the U. States"--/)ro-
No ndst s r sale, Wed(, (says l')bbIv minlrth) it can be dolne at all
-No.id a-sticet, rItas for sale, expense nrot exceedilng- in any l evcnt"-anid
"1 'W Toitr H na m p, /havitn due regard to econ-ciam"---t"WNsyV
40 boxes whirite Havana Sugar, -
1 ',:-, fir,. ',,lity) Q .lls-t-, lew boxes RRs aT" lAN nO i.A.
,. 1 r- ', It'sc. it'rom itH i : .' ."r. --e wit ihi dhe I'lIresi-
dent reposes iii thie '.. .. ,." lie, the said
E. Rollins, goverlnour, is authiori ed, in case L tis first
horses should f;i.l to ie re fiesh oies, and
No 22, Long Wharf, hot it t f va1, tot'ie
T" AS for sale, now landing froin s!oop Rangcr, -~, a t ar ,h Iowev ho exl lsu"-- tahinal spn -
l 50 hids Mattiniquic Molasses-Co boxes ciii loare, however, uh,.: ihi sum total siiel not
Sweet Oil, in bottles. dc ( iK all)CeVL" exceed twenty thousand dollars.
It is fortunate for the promoters of this enter-
Johnson d& Adarns, prize, 1tha the letters, whatever imay be their
J contentss" are free of postage-otherwise the
No 36 Long-wharf, Have for sale, poor 20,000 would be swallowed up in this item.
WENTY hhds Guadaloupe Molasses, just This circumstance vwas doubtlss remembered
landed. when the g'ovdier'ur was directed to write eve-
In Store-so puncheons Rum-5o chests Hyson, ry mail." DISTANT TIiUNDER.
Ciysonskin and Souchong Tea-.7000o t. green
Coffee, in bas-15 calsks Fence Nails. dec 4

Lunt & Leech, .....
No. I India Wharf, Have for sale, DOUDMENTS.
T WO hundred bbis stnerfine and fine Flour.; DOUMENTS"
175 hbds very prime James River Tebacco'; .ccomnpanyingl the Presiddct's iIcssague.
Russia a;d Ravens Duck ; 40 tubs Steel ; 200 b.g -
heavy Pepper, entitled to debenture ; S9i boxes Mr. Smath, to Gov. IolmeCS.
white H:vaoa Sucar Dec.' 1 SIR
Jos. Bvyrn ,S I have received your letter of the 17th Oct.
enclosing the memorial of the Convention of
No. 14, India-wharf, Has for sale,. Vest Florida.' To repress the unreasontableex-
o aRTY ihhds SUGAR, (entited to debesture) pectations, therein indicated, in relation to the
Snowv landing at India wharf, vacant land in that territory, it is deemed prop-
In Store-- tierces Rice-13 lihhds Tobacco. er to lose no time in communicating to you and
dec 4 to Governour Claiborne the sentiments of the
Re,1l silatejor Cash. President on the subject.
-! OR SALE, one of the best stores ever offer- The right of the United States to the territo-
ed for sale in this town, situated on India- ry of West Florida, as far as the river Perdido,
street, and very near the New Custom-House. was fairly acquired by purchase, and has been
The Store is remarkably strong and well bdilt, formally ratified by Treaty. The delivery of
is ceiled with clean boards to the roof, and the possession has, indeed.been deferred, and pro-
floors measure more than 10,000 square feet.- crastination has been heretofore acquiesced in
Part of the purchase money will be wanted the by this government from a hope patiently in-
1st of January, and part the 1st of April next.- dulged, that amicable negotiation would accom-
' p,,l. to PHILIP. AMM1DON & Co No 20, In. plisl thlie equitable purposeof the United States.
di -street. dec 11 Buit this delay, which proceeded enly from thee
TO be. LWT-~a I-lnoue situated -in forbearance o( the United States to enforce a
S be LET a se situated in legitimate and well known claim, could not im.-
I Federal-street, corner of Round-lanc- pair tle legality of their title, nor could anyi
containing 2 handsome parlours, 2 kilcliens,and change in the internal state of' things, without
7 ihanmbers, with a pleasant yard, a vell ofgood their sanction, however brought about, vary
'water, a cistern, wood house and barn-mit their right. it remains of course, as perfect as
present in the occupation of the Rev. Dr. Eck- .it ws fore the interposition ley ; possession may be had int.,. sw days. In- ,'nd the people or/ i lot Florida must not ftr ai o-.
quire of' A. BRIMMIER, in Atki'son-street. ,,sii be mised by the 'cxectuti that thi: Uuiid
nov 27 ep1tf States will sturrenderfoar their exnduisirve benefit -aikt
T be LETF or SOLD, upon a had beenipurchased wi/hithe treasure ,iiNd fr the
A liberal credit-A neat and fashionable benefit ofthem-whole! The vacant land of this Ter-
-HOUSE in Columbia-street, now in the occupa- ritory, throC n into common stock with all the
tion ofMr.SAM' i GILBERT, with every Con- other vacant land of the Union, will be a prop-
venience requisite for the perfect accommoda- er:ty in common for the natio-al uses of all theI
tion of the tenant, and offers -a favourable p- people of the United Statis. The community
portunityto.purchasers; pos.ssior'niay be nad of interests upon which this government invari-
the 15th instant. Inquire at No. 3, Old State ably acts, the liberal policy which it has ,.ii.
house. eptf nov 6 firmly displayed towards the people of the Ter-
T be L ^' o r 5OI,),upona ritories (a part of which policy has ever been a
'fl Obe LETi o.1 SOjlD, Upon a just regard to honest .settlers) will nevertheless
liberal credit-AHO O situhlated inDis- be asunficient pledge to the inhabitants of West
till House-square ; now in the occupation of Mr Fl'oritlda, for the early and continued attention of
E Jones, possessing every convenience requisite for the Federal Legislature to their situation and
the accommodation of a family. Apply at No 3, their wants.
Old State House; eptf sept uS These observations will apprise you, sir, of
T O be LEASED -for 3 years, the sentimentsof the iesidenmt, as to the propo-
Cn~mr *a l .o yl w *sittons in the memorial ion relation to the va-
HOUSE No5, on the East side of Han- cant land in West Florida, and will enable you
,ock-street. Said House has every convenience to make, when necessary and proper, suitable
f ar fi tmily. For particulars apply to MACK- explanations to the people of that Teerritie-y.
AY, PRINCGE and MACKAY, No 66, State-st. ou will, however, keep in mind, that tie ty'es-
Snov 13 eptf' ident cannotl recognize in the coaveutio'n ofJ Heat
TO JeI. Flsride any indeeiendent authoriti seihateuer to pro'.
To t pose orforma o U,-'Iied Sttes !
AND possession rihen on the first of December am, sir, with the highest respect, your most o.
a brick HO c- i, in good repair, situated in bedietit servant.
Butolph-strect, now in the occuation of Mr. (Signed) R. SMITt.
Aszdre-w Ada,,,, hInquire at the store of Messrs C. i (Sgedey ) ai Hohncsi
& H. F. BAR.EL.L, Cornhill-square. Hls Excellt.cy David Helmes,
nov 27.. 6w Gverniour i ftJS'iseeV isipi.


LI C lUil ulo sollme consequence, i our last
1'riday's remarks, escaped notice, which we
wish uir readers to correct, as it totally re-
versed a very important position. In the se-
cond column, in the second page, about one
third from the top, alluding to Contraband of
war, it was printed-" It is f0Anded on the
right of blo kade." We intended to say it is
not founded in the right of blockade, but it is
itself a distinct general prin.cipie." The true
statement is-that.the measure announced to
Mr. Monroec was not a blockade ,t all, and
therefore no objecrOt'n could be made on ac.


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Lc'tr'. h 1,,,, l,,e Re,-,'nulio ari C,,,rf',..>r. l" li'-:"
Ir ,. ua, ito. JJ Q t.i C i, tei .i. ly 5:,'-.. 1, y
tAe U. S. transmitted by Gov. HOLMES O/fithe
.AisissifjPi Territor. .
Sit,
TII" Convention of the State of Florida,
have already transmitted an o facial copy of their
Act of Independence, through his Excellency
GoorN.'ir Hn.lnim to Ihe Pre idci.t of the U.S.
accompanied with the expression of their hope
and desire, that this Commonwealth. may be
immediately acknowledged and protected, by
ti.- g. verrnni.rt **', tihe iiitrd "t-iL.-;, ,'a htirint i
il |p it '. the t. i; crical Unlio Oi a subject
ntere-.tiig tj t. -' r.imuiiit. r '-presented by
i.s, it is ni.cessi.r) lthiI e *.tu.id hl.v.-the most
direct and unequivocal assurances of thl views
and wislhes of the American government without
delay, since our weak and unprotected situation
will oblige us to look to .some foreign govern-
ment for support, should it be refused to us, by
the country which we -have considered as our
parent state.
We therefore make, lhis direct appeal thro'
you, to the President and General Government
of the American States, to solicit that immedi-.
ate protection, to.which we consider ourselves
entitled ; and to obtain a speedy and favourable
decision, we offer 'ti following considerations.
1st. The government of the Unite'1 States,.in
their instructions to the envoys extraordinary
at Paris, in March, 1806, authorized the pur-
chase of East Florida, directing them at the
same time to engage .Erance to intercede with
the cabinet of Spain, to relinquish any claim to
the territory which now forms this Common-.

2d. In all diplomatic correspondence with
American Ministers abroad, the government of
the U.S. have spoken-of W. Florida is apart of
the Louisiana.'cession Tl.', have legislated
for.the country as a iil irt ,iltir own territory,
and h.ve deferred to take possession of it, in
expectation that Spain' might be induced to re.
linquish her claim by amic;tble negotiations.
S3d. The A.ier'ican government has already;
refused to accredit any minister from the Span-
ish Junta, which body was certainly ,More legal.-
ly organized, as the representatives of the sov-
ereignty than that now call:' i0.: regency of'
,,. i--,irh.,- ,' i. ,'United Ici e.cannot but
regard any force or authority 'iii ..,,:O from
them, with an intention to subjtgate us, as. they
would a, invasion of their tcrritory by a ....;.in
enemy.
4th. Tile Emperoxcr ofFrance hasa invited the
Spanish Americans to declare their indepen-
dence, rather than remain in subjecton to the
old Spanish government; therefore an acknowl-
edgment of our independence by the United"
States could not be complained of by Franice
or involve the American goverinine:t iiS any con-
test with that power !
5th. Neither can it afford any just cause of
complaint to Great Britain, although she he the
ally of Spain,lhat the United States should ac-
knowledge and support our independence ; as
this ni % ,.*,'e necessary to save the country
from I n ii .,i.. tle hands of the Fier.chi exiles
from.the Islalnd of Cuba, and other partizans of
Borta; .. "te, who are the eternal enemies of Great

Should the United States he induced, by these
or any other considerations, to acknowledge
our ciaim to their protection, .as ,n inlteg-ral
pal". n' their torrilory, ]-*r o~hearw;s?, i" LC I it
our dut itor) cl iil1r our co s ileni!. tli iime-
diate ati.mnaision into the union as an indepen-
(dent stale, or as a territory of the United States,
with pernisislon to establish out- owni forri 0of
governnielnt, or to be united with one of the
neighbourilg territories, or a part of one of
them, itn souch a nalnner as to sti-em a slate.-
Should. it be thought proper to annex us t;i one
of the neighboring territories, or a part of one
of them, the inhabitants of this Commonwealth
would pre!'r being aiinexed to the Island of Or-
Ic .ns, and in the inean while, until a state gov-
ernmenlt ihouHl be estabIished, that they should
be govern-ed by the ordinances a'lreadv enacted
by thlis Convention and by their ftrths.' regula-
tions lihe 'L'f:'er. '
Tle claim which we have to their soil, of unlo-
cted 1:111us, within this Conmoniwealthi, will not,
it is presumed, be contested by the United
States, as they have tacitly acquiesced in. the
claim of France or Spain for seven years,and the
Sestrictionts of the several embargo n non-inter-
course laws might fdie'ly be construed, ifnot asa,
relinquishment of tneir claim; yet at least suffi.
cient to entitle the people of this Commonwealth
(who have oireVted the g'overnmnent and country'
r'om Sp iin, at the risk of their lives and for-
tunes) to all the unlocated lands. Ic wiil strike
the American over nment that te monies aris.
ing from the saklc' of these lands, applied, as
tihly will be, to improving the internal commu-
ica.tions of tile country, opeidig canals, &c. &c.
wiill in facIt Lbe :i'...,. t' the prosperity and
strengtbth u the ledera'. union.
To fulfil with good faith our promises and en.
i ..-c,' to tihe inhabitants of this country, it
., I ..* ...- duty to stipulate for an unquailied
pardonj'r aoll deserters now rcsida'.ing 'within this
common wealth, together with an exemption f,'.n
'-irh~s'T sor-vice inl te army or navy of the Uini-
ted St:ates. '
A loan of 100'000 dollars is solicited of the A-
merican government, to he reimbur:.ed at 3, 6,
and 9 years, fr nm the sales of public lands.-
'hios lowtui may be made by the ,- f :cratari of ths
treasury iiiiMiliately, wttisout coilnitting the gov.
crnlieat, t"o mr iniai it kisnowen to s/reie "miiisteri cat
Il'iahii.t lon .
lu order not to embarrass the cabinet of the
United States, and to receive first, throug-h their
owni confidCntial ageat, their wishes and views
Sitbh riespecl to us, it is deemed prudent to Jifer
the departure of our tnvaoy already ninmed, viho
will be despatched inmrnediatuly oil receiving in-,
fornmation that such a measure will meet the iap-
probation of the United States.
WVe pray you to accept thile assurances of our
respect anid high consideratiin.i.
fy Order of the Convention.
fSigned) .,OliN IHEA, President.

BOSTON.

President's !.;' o.., e.
[-A f,... it - .. 1


eno nt .:'"the iut.chi -nJ t'.'elch c. i, nut b-,
in5g actually invested with a marriae iorce;-
For neutral trdc was ,iihic-e tO ii a nteir
ruptidn except in cs-es of contraband of wi'ar
and ves- Is trading from one energy pi rt t(
another ; both of which exceptions i%-'ere
founded on alladged principal of general
right, existing always in a time of wvar.--
There was therefore in this particular ineasurc
not the least shadow of a precedent for the
Belilin dcere-, nor tin\ cuOSU- why; our. Non-
intercourse act should go back to that order,
as it did not in any mariner whatever em-
brace m any of the exclusive interdictions ef S
b k.... ade.- ...

The nexit subject in the President', li..- &:;-
llat .cli;r,-, rotr attention is what relat-:s .. h's
isrdering Govel'nour Cr.'AAIORNE to t0 l.. pmo-
session of that part i .'. -_t t I'..: i,. L.. ii
between Geoigia, ":. -.! the C !.', e M-.i.- ;o1,
between th-e rivel FP d J'o ar.d tie ,1;-. a';"pt
Tfi pa-.. ,ie iln the M ,-:", .1!. 'ih .. [.Ji -h-i
claim is as follows.
Amlong Lt- e -'i o rrownsra ,1 n hil ,l' tl artl)te-
oft "i 1 i .i ii -,,,,... i.ii .,."-r I'.tn i- M'L.-
periouasly fi:,lt, n-ad to i lani ? d '':loir,. it..
self n th it pr. tli r, tO West "I'lAI d, ubicb,
tli -h h .f,-. i ,t r.c.-:rti; .n taL' T c 'J. at itss,
1 .i r'vo l 1cd i 1 1' '-,.. I '..o .'[a ni it-
i. C t i .- h l '..' I. ; Li. 1i ,1 i- : -' its a l; .iA e.-
lay the interposition rcnrictd ,.vr the occup;"i, c
of th territory west ,n ,e 1.1 Pe deilo ; .c,
which the title of the UL'.i. -..I -. .-.,tc:: .anij
to which lie la 0 pr..." d it,.r i'- 1 i lt. at
Orleans. are applical. '. ,Lht l. ti t I ,'tht
'i :-!,. '.t,. r, of w i -c', i i l ci
young, was confided to t.. ..'.u. IO l,, ii 1 u r-
.ritory, to be carried iii.n eI'ect. Thie l'I:. l' y
s i r r .: e u -. L r i ... 2
of the l.vourable light ., .;,,nci .: I :,an
itself to the Legislamu .- -n 1 ..i ; : .' i -. i-
tade, in which they .Iill pl. ... .i. ;',-l,-
visi'on:s mI ,- b. .- : ;. i :. .. ,, .. r.i i ,,11
equitable iiter -. :- .1 I r-- 1' ,. i .a L.t ... i .
into the bosom of the .A... ,i- :.., I iiI .'
Whether that part of West Florida does of
right appertain to tho United States" is -
question which has never beat. positively set- -
tied by any d declaration of our government, tor
been critically discussed ill the public, plpers.
The only means of i.. iin.-. ac-.ir:-.:ct o, p.i .,-, of
tli.e Matter is the history of the title, as irans-
ferred from nation lo nation, since: fiI settle-
ment. This examination is so fully entered in-
to by the editor of the 3Baltimore EerbilRa-l "
publican, that we cannot do better than av:ail
ourselves of his statements, which w'e lhere in.
sert.
The forcible Escizure of Wt.st Floi,-d. lie.a'.
more meaning than meets the eye," and may'
be attended with very ,'wful cons-.quepnces. Fior
the public ii'ormaion wie 'will give a, '. c
of the title. otf West FiJi-ida.,
Frarce origiinaUy planted Louisiona, xB 'ich.
lay on hoIhisides o i. llu Mississippi. By the
trO y oIti peact c c lT;G, .1 alli L ie c!'s)s _o v k
the Mississippi wc.s ci-ted Lo .. .... I.-
territory east of that river was confirmed to
Great Britain. 'i'The hist mnLioined power e-
rected the territory lingr siuth ef Georgia anil
of the present Misais:iippi Territory into tsr'
provinces, which, she'called East .ad W.est 'lor-
ida, and held ti.:iii, il t'he treaty of peace of
1785, they were eded to Spain, w-ho tlhenc
forward retailed then alnid lU*uisiania, as th'rce'
separate provinces : bull. i tthe treaty 0 St. llde.
fonso, on the 1stOct. I shec -.d-_.i Louisia-
na to Francv, with the following description-.
"The colony or province of Louisiana, with the
same extent that it now has in the hands -. "? .;.--
that it had when F1'rance possessed i/; and suitsar,
it should be after the treaties entered into be-,
tween Spain and other states." This is the ti--
tie the United States purchased from Fra:nce or,
slie 30th Aptil 1803, with *, '.-a i .. I ...
The first consulof the I ,..i..h I'..--u.,,...'.:,.j. -
siring to give tO the United States a atrotu
proof of his friendship doth hereby cede to the'
said United States, in the name of the nFrenlch
Republic, forever and in full sovere mnty, the
said teiritary -with al lthe r-h",i .iind appturtenaii.
ces, as fully and in the sale ntmanner ti.ev hotwve
been acquired by the French R-publickhin vir-
tue of the above mentioned treaty (of St. llde-
fonso] concluded with his Catholi ick mI -.,..
At the tinte France possessed Louiisiana, fier
title, was said to extend to the Perdido, to which
Mir. Madison also claims : but Spain never pos.
sessed Louisiana, i s extending into West F'lor-.
ida. The meaning therefore of the clauns o'"
the treaty of St. Ildefaniso is : 1st. "WVith tie,
same extent it navW l:a: in the hands of Spain,'"
that it, detached from VWest- Florida alto-ether.
2d. That is had when France possessed it,.
which words must be confined in their opera.
tion to thi other boundaries of Louisoana, to,
render both clauses consistent, an- to give ,each
a rational meaning. If. this constructions her
sound, the United States have ino title to a foo
of' teriitorv in West Florida. It w4 It>.uu i h /, ,:
Cansiructini t ihatt SpuaiA clii:e.C c:Ci h1ld k fear
-lorida, ansd when i ab c et of Cjngi.VEs ,ama pass-
ed, i n February, 180-, justly supposed by thb&
Spanish iminilter, to exti.nd the isowers sf A-
imerican legislittion to West Fiorida, thie Alar
q11is Yi't. 1 1 .; l : A.inst the act, and ii1.
Maui isor, c,' t i .. ,. tlate,.._.. him a writt.r
exphanatioii, that the act ufcoitgitess hl.d no usuc;
meaning.
Yet, .admitting tlthat the title of ihe Unciec
S ates is clear and nmiquestionalh.,L is it ci.isits
tent with souid policy and the paciiiclc prcfes.-
sionsofthe Utited States, or dhts it accord W 'ha
ulii tiueu i-al or it-npas iiii character, to o0't a th
Spaniards at the point of the ia'o5,t ?o Whilhe
Spai i was the all of France, we did <:.st da:' t.
assert our right in arrws. Mr. '- : i, umS.
tened courage -oenougsh to inqulre't' t'ri...:e ih .
would be tie consequence it' possession i.
taken of vest Siorid.a by force, ranul tIme nr,.i-,'i
was dhost I' 'na..SEc t COL-LD LO .el's-Euk 'Os'
r.'Oe HESITA'rEl, BsT VOUL 's' uTAK .P.i-T
WITU SPAI'.." The project wa' itaisantly aban-
doned.
When the Spanish junta sent a mrinister wish'
authority to pay 10to the uied Stites eight ,il,
lions ofdollars as an ihileiiiicati.ni for depre.
dations on our ,ons.iicice, hic was.reirej .e'r
rt Madison, upon tIe ground of im.f;tultri f.u'
V len ouir right to the l''ee nm;.vi..,un et 0i.
Mississippi was denied, we had ,-ut -...,r ,-~"'..
to maintaiti it, les f reunce s/ihoull ".,
fifteen mini. as of daoiu."- w'erc ie auirl.d a 'i.
ememee to the rain euia:re 'of., *s:s r\/
for the sake ofiunia,.paser-ai /
But the question is nolw -eve-sed/
the. ;i!y of Groat Critain, unid ia /


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rlti'- es' t? : .' '. S *" ... a' hi S ti cys A ,, ,, n .- ,n*' n .' "-' er fim -.t wished to 't. -. .r i an as a p tetxe
-I a: -t ih i'vfIlidn trr'ant. To aioid n 'tupture the p;.,,vinee 6 t. -, t.i:n it results that took 1 j. s1 i I.; i'; .- 0e police our citizens
t.h "l^ndi, ha i:Vds.ort, as in airrel" tr .o- '"" I5- c'.r. l'T -i, o' Unoif n Sted States hbas aqirired li titlefrom Frrine> ernment, to a -ery lr'-e amount, for whiih sihe
try '.. ::i. *.- 1..--i ac,'rt(:ined if this be correct the consequence will be that never would have made Sny direct iihdemnifica-
ibcr tTcay of allia'ce,,r:...'. -..: -. '* we thayve.aequired no new territory or new sub- tion. Our government duritt not or did not
.eivt Ir w i c, e .... : ... ...; jets, and that it Ia perfectly idle to spend time choose to exact indennityfrom Fralce, but cal.
~.t atr hi f'.. su ca treaty does in passing laws for prssessing the territory and culated to silence Afnerican tnmplaints by rob-
''"" point. bin a bing Peterto pay Pau, We paid ourselves-
,xast, the.. n are ue necessarily brought into governing the people. This point it being as- py P
o ls.u-o' wkVi, t.hrhlid, and we have not the certained by the language of the treaty, it my Aother move to the purchase of Louisiana,
r:' tdo bt, ti ,t tO (.)object of administration t
iaI to it us thl0 o$t't ratoi ue think it be importantto obtain documents, that may sat 'was to acquire political influence in the south
51 to 'as e oii htlithtat tionb h eephtnt it Phthren scale.
h't' '0c: ltciaion, that West Florida has been isfy the house, whthther Usited States have en scale. .
Stizd, ',,,tn o1v iththe consent of France, but acquired either new territory or. new subjects. On this last account, Mr. Jefferson *isead
at her sop- i ist.ince, and is probably, to be in the treaty lately ear.c( u.hJ .v;i h France, the the purchase might be as extensive as possible
he i' .r i I trr.w, for Napowhpeon,as unt. Mal- treaty between Fran e :;n s referred to; and of course, would have been glad to have it
o Sp:.i r, denernincd,when,, a Mr. eAdyri. r P I.eI ,understood,.that West Floridas, as far Last as
-ton s,-rife.usts, the claini will be still open to ne- only a part of itis copied. The-treaty refeied understood, that estlordas, as fa East
goti.at.'c. C~ Ctrinit'is, and, no man who has to must be a -publick treaty. In the nature of the river Perdido was included. Spain object-
,oLticed various acts of subserviehey towards things, it must be the title deed for the provw ed, and her ally, or rather, mistress, France,
Vrai ;d, '.. I say to the contrary, that Mr. Mad. i m t av aid no; we will take Side with y0u, in -pmI
ison *'pnld not hwve dared to seie and in vest since of Louisiana. The I) er.nt rust thae a'.d no; we wll take sde w-h yUid s.'ppor
.is Won Ir:d not hanve armed force see anist h a copy of it As there is but a p. Ws LL v ,iite. An open drcl. ration of cd, it is evidently imperfect. It becomes there- Jefferson did not dare assert his pretensions but
W Av, against Englane: or Spain is not to be look- foe, necessary, to be furnished with the whole, attempted to bribe France, and money was ap-
ed for, burt a w'r may be brought on by juggl- in order to ascertain the condition relative to P'"rp,;ate.1 by Congress for that purpose-ameca.
KMy v.e not. iquire, whether the cargo of the Duke of Parma; it also becomes necessary sure which opened the eyes of many a.democrat-
Mrenh 1 .iensaric brought b in the Tilsit to to get the deed of icession. -TH PROMISE ick member.
this po... (anl who instantly directed their TO CEDE IS NO CESSION. Th-is-deed of This project failed-for Bonaparte had now
conase, to the V.. or, country) have any cnn-- cession, Mr. Griswold also presumed was in the turned his attention to Spain, and expected soon
cern in the operatimils of Mr. Madiion and guv, possession of go-.ernment. It was also impor- to annex that kingdom and its dependencies to
-raournrt-GlaihoiMe and Holmes '
Mayi.s e not anticipate the seizu-e of East tant to know under what circumstances Louisi.- his own empire. Mr. Jeflerson then adopted a-
Sli. ., .1 t SEngleish ? 1. and is to be taken possession of, and whether another manw&uvre worthy his base and duplex
:l.. i. conlahde that spain will seize, all with he consent of Spain, as she is still posses- character, treacherous even to those he loves.-
our property in Ihr ports, by way of reprisal? sd of it. If it is to be taken possesion of with He used his influence to excite a revolt in West
Ceohisl we complain ir such an event ? and will
tot tihe ultimate c on5 ence be, a war with her consent, the cession wilt be peaceable, and Flori.da, in order that Spain unable to extend
ppair ;,... t .. It. .n.' one kind of provision will be 'neessatry ; but if her arm to her Colonies, and France incapable
As %: tI i ii J s pot .::-..n of Spain, it is to be taken possession of. in opposition to of assisting her, might both be willing to relin-
*td i... i.: ..-- r e r,t..l to i g., action, tand Spain, a different provision may be necessary quish it to the United States. This plot at that
asp we have f-eredp to enforce onr claim wlsele
S[,.,i ad e F a anef e fre ceIs,o the seizure owhi From these considerations, lie thought itproper time did not succeed, though probably the seeds
".. cM iorlda is not only a breach of neutrality in the House to call upon the Executive for of the late disturbance were sown.
til ,,. highly dishonourable act ; the more gal- information en this point." Years therefore elapsed, and West Florida re-
.- ... r ,. is, because pressed on all sides with We presume that to every well informed mained still quietly in the possession, and gov.
anl tihe more gratefultn France,hbe-b"
~ae t tends to involve us with England. reader, the argument of Mr. Grisiold ,l .,p- earned by the laws, ofSpain. But 1t l,:th, a-
It will be an interesting duty hereafter, to pear perfectly conclusive ; that if France never among the events growing out of the state of the
Vihow how fair the President was authorized to performed the conditions, on which Spain prom- Spanish monarchy," is Mr. Madison frankly
proceedd as he has, thereby arrogating to himself id to c cle Lr,u;siaa., .tl,c .c 'h- c ,f the latter to confesses, a new prospect arises, with respect.
thi'iS7yof, a 'r ( ,, withouthis dis- thatc,,'... .-, en.alned ut,..l,,s:J Theadininis, to this teiitiury,so long* abandoned. Bona-

eirssion, it 'I ',t,.,.er 'o ,s... that the pres- tration party at that time regardless of national parte's conquest of Spain has yet been found im-
ident !has usurped tie power (forbidden by the interests, re-fused to make any inquiry into the practicable., Her colonies are totally beyond
consti'iiion) to march a force beyorfd the limits validity of the title of France, and for the best his reach ; and from the conduct of most of them
of the Uni-ed States, thereby endangering, the or reason. Thare were rio such evidences in it is evident, they will not own him their mas-

i;ende.tl Cco'gl. l"I :.1 ,t of counte- existence. Nay more, we confidently venture to ter in any event. England has begun to derive
ta:cring a -vroia-u;e: of tlie-coistitution, or of re- assert that they do not exist to this day ; and extensive advantages from the Spanish colonies,
sisti:, executive usurpation. oMeantime the that neither can Bonaparte nor Mr. Madisen Here is indeed a change. It is now as much
0piniot may be expected g(,-r,esll to obtain, prove, that ever the terms on which Louisia- the desire of Bonoparte that West Florida, or
that ', itlh st td iflected mriclnes of the mes- na was promised to be ceded by Spain were ful- whatever we claim of it, should belong to the U-

pie will.sw.liov/to their sorrow, filled. united States, as it was before to keep it for him-
It thus appears that the i.c,-,i -,i. n of the We have not paid i mere cursory attention self. If the true Spanish government oppose
loundaries of Louisiana, as ci r.i' ,nilly ceded to this subject and assuined as fact what we did us, then are we fairly at war with his enemy,
by Su sin to FTrince in 1800, was very vague and not know to be otherwise. We have examin- and thus become as he-has long wished to make
-,. fi, That the g.., ,,.,., t .mi -.ue United ed the ubsq tni transactions between France us, an instrument of his aggrandizement This,
States have no clear i .-nce 1. l It tL ract be- and Spain. The treaty of St. Ildefonso, twas in every point of view, was adapted to the poli-
tween th!e Perdido and the Miseissippi was in- concluded on the 1st of October 1800, as we cy of our administration. Mr. Madison seized
eluded in the cession of Louisiana. On the oth- have already stated. The French Republick this occasion. It was too precious to be ne-
er hrnd, we have the explicit construction ot did never fulfil the conditions of that treaty with elected. lie could not wait to consult Congress
both Spain and France, the previous seller and respect to the Duke of Parma, but had influence He pretends to be extremely alarmed, lest four
purchaser, aga-inst us.- Spain refused to permit enough with Spain to effect another treaty, sign- or live hundred men, excited to rebellion, under
the establis-hnbent ef custom-houses within that ed at Madrid on the 1st of March 1801, in the rose, for this very pretext, should endanger
portion of West Floicda, Eid France grve our which itis stated in the first Article, that" the tre peace and -, s,Ul.ill, of the Unitud States !
government to understand that in case an at- reigning Duke of Parma renounces forever, for Now was the time to seize what "of right up-
tempt was Madec to possess it by force, she himself and his heirs, the Dutchy of Parma, pertained to the United States, though it re-
would support her ally Spain, in her claim. Mr. with,its dependencies, in favour of the French mained in 'the i..... -.-. i.. f Spain," rand Gov-
Jefferson retraced his sirps-th\e arrangements 'Republick 1 and his Catholiek Majesty shall ernour Claiborne is ordered to ride, post haste,
fsg.sp OlJc revenue within .that tract were ,- guarantee this renunciation." But the same in- to 1Mobille, and take possession, by proclarnia
bandoned-no jurisdiction was subsequently strument as an indemnification for this renun- tion If the above statements of facts be cor-
etercisced over it ; it remained, as the Message citation, constitutes the late Duke of Parma sov- rect, and'we have cautiously exaroined every
Ccr.. U-.; ",I the iposesion of Spain," and not- ereign of the Grand. Dutchy of Florence, of position, the new motives which have made Mr.
withstandinrg what Mr. Madisvn says respect- which he was to be king--These estates were to Madison, all at once, a military man, and hurri.
ing negotiations for the actual delivery of it to remain FOREVER united to Spain and an in- ed on the measures for the occupancy" of
the United States, We must observe that if ever fantof'.ht Innl; i .11 i be called to that throne, West Florida, so unexpectedly, and so directly
any negotiations were entered into with the old in case the present king or his children have no tending to involve us in a war with Spain andt
governo:.ent of Spain, they have remained an en- posterity ; in that case the sons of the reign- her allies, cannot be equivocal. HIe serves Bo-
tire- secret to the American public. ing family of Spain, shall succeed to these es- naparte. lie offends patriotick Spain and'
But this is not the worst part of the perplex- states BUT THIS TREATY, ALL TI-I Great Britain.
ity originating in the purchase of Louisiana.- WORLD KNOWS HAS NOT BEEN FULFIL- -*l----.-wa .as....
There is a previous qutstian of much more cn- LED. l IR P
sequence, extending to the validity of otr title It is therefore evident the legality of the IeORUP.TA aFIDeS, NDuQn e VRI TAS."
to any part of the country called Louisiana, be title as descending to us from Spain through
;is bon,.l.rk whit they may, France is arrested. BOSTON, TUESDDA, DEacEtusr 18, 1810.
Thei q'..tes,ii now comes afresh before the Tu m a t c i o c. ---
publick, under very interesting circumstances, Thus much as to the conditions on which eROM G.L D.
and we have no doubt that that the foolish pre- Louisiana was ceded by Sparm to France. We Yesterday the brig Paulina, Capt. GRAr, ar.
cipitancy and want of caution and regularity on know of no subsequent treaty, by which the rived here in 41 days from London, with London
the part of our government will erelong be made terms were altered, or the obligations of France dates to the l31st October. They contain Roth-
manitcst, to the serious. embarrassment of this annulled. It is true that on the 30th of Novem- ing new from Lisbon. ,
country. ber 1803, commissioners under the authority of The King,was confined with a febrile affec-
On the 24th of October 1803, when the sub- the King of Spain delivered Louisiana, but with- tion, and so much indisposed, that bulletins
ject of legislating for the nie ,-. acquired ter- out specifying its boundaries, to the French % 5,re dl.'; issued by his three attending Physi-
ritory was before Congress, Mr. Gfriswold'ex- Commissary, Laussat i and on the same day, cians. His life was not supposed to be in im-
pressed his belief that the United States had ac- he in a long and pompous proclamation, declar- mediate danger. The Princess Amelia remain-
quired no territory nor sny people to govern.- ed it surrendered to the United States. The ed very low, her dissolution evidently approach-
His remarks are perfectly to our purpose, and Spanish government in the mean time were pro- -ing. .
.ate as fol6loW bhably in hopes, by amicable r,.c .:n; ia;tu o Negotiafion for Peuce between "ussZa
The part of the treaty, having relation to persuade the French Republick to fulfil their and T f keya
this point is thus expressed. 'Whereas by ar- contract; but in vain. t d .
*"ticle the third of the treaty concluded at St. Yet notwithstanding such is thi state of facts A Gotten'burg mail arrived yesterday, which
ildefonso, the 9th Vendemaire an. 9th (1st we do not mean to say that the right of the U- has brought intelligence of considerable inpor-
'Oct. 1800) etweenr the first consul of the French united States to Louitsina, as Spain possessed it, tance It is said, in a letter from Petersburg,
Republick and his Catholock Majesty, it was that fresh overtures of Peace have been I-ade
agreed as follows : His Catholiek Majesty pre. in 1800, will ever be disputed. That will de- to Turkey, and that Gen. KAteasery has even
s iases and engages an his part to cede to the pend on events in Europe. But wo mean to in- received orders to coiicede the point, which
SFrench Republick six months-after the full and fer, that thie whole transaction, on the part four caused thie ruptur-e of the last negotiation. The
Sentie execution of the conditions and stipu- government, has been conducted without any pon wasude tnod attIac time to be tire d.-
'ness the Duke of Farma, the colony or prov. regard to precision, either as to title or bounda- via sand Wallachia. If this statement be well
rince of Louisiana, with the same extent that ties. That with respect to the country, in par- founded, we may hope that a change is about to
it now has, in the hands of Spain, and that it ticular, which Mr. Madison has now ordered take place in the political system of the Cabiniet
'had when Frse possessed bt ; a end, such a Gverneur Claiborne to seize, as Spain denied ofPetersburg, and tat the Emperourt Alexan-
tered into, between Spain and other states.'- ate so t -as France died that she his alliance with Bonaparte exposes him. The
And whereas, in pursuance of the treaty, and bought it or di::posed of it to the United States; idea of the establishment of a l ingdom of Po-
particulai ly of the third article, the French Re- -as neither the usurper King of Spain, nor the land, with Berthier for its sovereign, seems to
pubink has i binontestible title to the posses- revolutionary government have acknowledged have given the alarm tihe Cabinet of St. Pe-
aion of the said te-rritory, the first Consu. of the .tcrsburg ; and it ts said that several erps, uin-
French Repubhlick, desiring to give to the Unit- our claim-we have indeed a bad casne, a .case der orders for Turkey, have been directed to
ed States a strong proof of hirs friendship, doth which will not, in the view of an intelligent peo- march to the Polish frontiers .
hereby cede to the United States in the name ple justify the singular and violert step which ---
ov the Ftencr h .'-. n..., forever and it fall ir- Madison hase taken, The fact that the Span- te P"rine Bernasdotte is rm e i Sedn,, af-,
and aptyurtenanc. s, as filly and in the same ish commissioners actually delivered LOUISIA- in the Belt. ,eet
manner as they have been acquired by the. NAto Laussat, and he the same to the United The papers are four days later than have been
French Republick, in virtue of the abovemen- States, operates directly against our pretenttens previously received. They contain various ex-
tioned treaty, concluded with his Catholick to the part of West Florida in question ; for tracts from Fre,,-c and German papers, but no
j Mr. Madison asserts in his Message, that thi ittelligence ofimportanree, We can find nothli:g
"By this article it appears that ia a treaty be- country has alway remained in th g to American affairs, but some extracts
tween Spain and France, Spain stipulated to couy has always nemons' inse 5ess of fi-om American newspapers.
weden t i Fra u po ce, rpain cotlpniteod to Spain If so she certainly did not deliver it
cede to France, upon certain conditions, the over to France; and Laussat only gave what .LcTES', FfO1I LISBOs'.
province of Louisiana; The treaty between the he received. t Capt. Bartlett, in the brig Comiet, arrived
United States and the French government does If anyperson can be at a loss, why this rasi, let te hr city o n tiey i6th 36Nov. days ftom isbone the
mat ascertain whether these terms had been com- unwarranted ad illifated measure is now adopt- tw grand armies occupied thie sltme grond
plied with by France, or whether the cession ed, let him attend to the following circamstan- they did at the date of our previous accounts.
has been actually made by Spain to France.- ces, and it will no loaoer be a mvsterv. Some skirmishing had taken place between thi
ysteroutpoestims-and thed toieakier n pcacbtiee ide


All that appears is a promise made by Spain to In the first place France wanted money to er daily strengthened. forti A tionw days beidre
cede. If the terms stipulated by France, have proseUtet her war agsijst England. Our gov- Cat. B, sailed, it was'reported, that Massena


hasi ut-la- ',,ed 6,',? m r, 11. I- -.l;. ac"sgs5ss ." -.
g', tir inc purpoei, as i A.1. supposed, of
,'., nr.; provisions; and that i nitifhber ofPor
tI.gueiet troops had- also goiie. over to wav.tch
them. h'I p .r'ieculr situ i.!on of the Franch,
as t rezafd. prol;rilras, was hot exactly known ;
but it ..,s generally behlieed, they were in want
of almost every article bf Subsistence ; while
in the British camp, supipiles of every kind,
were inaith most ample abundance. The fol-
lowing prices, afford some information of the
state of the markets at Lisbon-Wheat 275-"
Indian Corn 1 97 a 2 dis-Barley 1 87-Beans 2
a 2 50-Flour 17 50 a 18-Beef 12 50 a 14--
Pork 16 a 18-iice' 775 a S Codfish 5 50 a 6."


In-this town, on Thursday evening last, by thlt
Rev. Mr. Lowell, Mr. Eli Adams, mer.'to Mia-s
Sarah Delano Swift, eldest daughter of Foster
Swift, Esq. ,
On Sunday evening last, by the Rev Mr Mitch,
ell, Capt Robert Newman, of this tdwn, to Miss
Susasi Preston, of Gloucester, Cape Anne.
IOn Saturday evening, by the Rev Dr Baldwin,
Mr. Wm Pitts, to Miss Emily Shattuck.


At Charlestown, on Saturday morning, Mrs.
Ann Whiting, JEt.28, wife of Jonathaa L.Whit-
l"g.
In this town, on Tuesday last, Henry Phil-
lip Sweetser, youngest son of Mr Isaac Rhoades,

XEt 7 months.
On Friday last, Mrs Susannah Munroe, JEt
35, wife of Mr Caleb B. Munroe.
Anna Sabina Jacobi, youngest daughter of
John hIathrop, jun jEt 2 years.

lRepertorp arin journal-

PORT OF BOS2 ON.:

FOREIGN CLEAJRA.JVCES.
Brig James, Purrington, Jamaica; sch'rs.
Gleaner- Procter, Havana ; ; Polly, Blanchard,
Lisbon : Eliza, Collins, Jamaica ; Nelsona t.
Johns, NB. i
COISTIJNG CLLE.1R.IACES.
Sch'rs. Industry, Wilmington ; Sally, Wiscas--
set ; sloops Laura, Salem ; James, Bath ; Ran-
dolph, Gleucester.
RRI'. .l. -S'-FOREIGN AND castingG\.
[From the Ex. Coflee-House looklt.
FRIDAY, Dec 14, Arrived, schr Fame, Shil-
laber, 42 days from Surinam, with molasses, to
It D. Tucker.-Left, brig --, I)avis, for Rl-
ton, in about 14 days ; brig Favorite, of 't-
land, for Boston, in about 10. Spoke, Nov 9,
lat 18, long 60, schr Betsey, 10 days from Suri-
nam, for Newburyport, all well. Nov 21, lat 35,
long 69, schr Caroline, Crowell, 6 days from
Norfolk, for N. Orleans, with passengers, all
well,
SUNDAY,Dec 16, ar. brig Comet, Bartlett,
3n .-.is f'r. I b.bn, with salt, to Brown and
l,,1s'h L.-te. 'N-jv 6, Telemachus, Gooding,
and Greyhound, Allen, both of Boston, to sail
soon ; Print, Lindsey, for New York, soon ; Bel-
videre, West, of Boston, for S. America, in a f.wv
days ; Corporal Trim, Elwell, of Cape-anne,
nat unloaded ; Charming-Nancy, Rogers of do.
just ar ; Eliza, Lane, for New York ; brig -,
White, for Providewice ; brig Price, of N.
York, for Havana ; Gen. Putnam, Le Iiosquet,
for NYork, wiLhl sheep ; brig --, Pratt, for
B >ston, with sheep in a few days ; schr Betsey,
Hall, of do ; brig Russell ot'Newburyport,
from Liverpool i brig James--Wells,Woodward,
of N York ; brig --, Cleveland, of Boston, for
London ; Gen. Armstrong, St Clair, of NYork ;
pilot-boat schr Alexandrta, and several others,
names unknown--Sailed in co. schr Fnteir-
prize, llawem, for Charleston ; iwo other schrs
fior do names unknown. Spoke, .in ist 31', long
55, brig Savage, 20 days front E:;iiiburg', tor
Baltimore.
Same day-ship Adriana, Ln ing, from St Pe-
tershurg, with aremp, tirn, Fc. to J and SD U lar-
ris V Co. Left at St 1' Sept 29, ship Bellona,
Stanwood,for Boston in 2 or 3 days ; ship Hu!h
Johnsoni, for do ready for sea, and capt L is not
certain but what she came out whae he did. Sani
led fr Gottenburg, Nov 3 in co with the May-
hFlower, Three Brothers, and Federal GCorge,
for Boston ; ship Boston Packet, and brig Ytel-
leisle, for- Salem; schr Washington,for Boston;
ship Diana, Noble, of Boston for London : brig
Matry,ofNewburyport,fr Memel for Leith ; ship
John, Bullock, of Providence, fr Tirisham for
Liverpool. Spoke, Oct 25, at the entrance of
the Belt,Palafotbx,Welch,of Boston,bound up, all
well. Nov 3,in the N. Sea,near Fair-island,ship
Messenger,Lovett, f-sr Salem.who informed that
he had had one man impressed by a British brigf.
Nov 31, lat 42,long 61, ship Neptune, 7 days f,
New Brunzwick, for Plymouth, E.
Sane day-schr Enterprize, Drinkwater, 10
da} s fr Wilmington, N. C. with cattion,fsour, and
tar to Isaac Winslow ; schr Sally,from Portland,
and several wood and lumber toaded vessels fr
the eastward.
MONDAY, Dee 17, ar. sehrs Fortue Hub-
bard, Passamaquodds, to Whitney & Dorr-
Sally, Tucker, Portland, to Whitney & Dorr and
capt- sloops Alert, Lunt, Newburyport. to IR.
D. Tucker- William, Towne, Salem-- He-
ro, Sy'monds, do. to Wm Ropes & J Hancock.
Same dcay-brig Paulina, Gray, 41 days from
Londloni in ballast, to Rice & Savage. Left, at
London, ship America, for Bnston in 10 days.
Sad-ed in co. with -hip Ceres, for N York.-
Spoke, Nov 26, lat 48, long 59, brig Lloyd, of
Newburyport, 16 days from Newcastle for Al-
exandria.
LE.TTEa BAGS up at ,the EX. Cofee Heusae.-
I brig Concond, Lascelles, for Grenock, -23rd,
2 brig Venus, Adams, for Lisbon, the 22nd,
3 ship Packet, for Liverpool, in a few days,
4 sb-p Mariner, fin- do.
5 brig Wasp, for Hlavna,
6 sc':r Hannah, fur St. harts, the 19th,
7 brig'Jane, for New Orleans.
ship Eliza, Bowditch, from Archangel, has
arrived at Beverly.
Ship testlution, ftraom St Petersburg, has ar-
rived rut Salem.
By a geiileman arrived in this town yester-
Sdayawlo left the Vineyard on Sutnd;y evening,a-
6 o'clock, we learn that the fleet irad not sail-
ted ; there were in the fleet, 1 slip, several brigs
and a number of schrs : oe brig belonged to
Sailem, and another to Marblehead. The Cla-
rissa, from Madras, and several other vessels,
Were at Old Town, at 1 o'clock.
In a New-York paper of Friday last, there
are advertised 135 vessels, as follows :-2 for
London ; 2 for Liverpool, (one the Mentor, to
sail 24th Dec.) ; 2 for Bordeaux ; 6 for Lisbon
and Cadiz ; 1 each for newry, Bristol, Siigo,
Londonderry and Dublia ; 2 for Belfast ; 8 for
ports in the West Indies; 19 for do in U States
4 for N Orleans; 9 wanted freight : 68 for sale,
freighter charter; and 7 at Auction-Total,
S135. C II oomaks.
* The brig Gilpin, Pousland, has arrived at Sa-
lem, 62 days frora Armeangiel. Sailed in co.
with about 10 sail American vessels, from the


.:c.r .[" A,. hi pig 1, umong them were ship Thom-
a.M '..xjK ,it.lhr, for Roston ; ship Sally,Stet.
son, for do; Lovely-Matilda, Bingham, for Phi-
lad ; Little-Cherub, for do ; schr --, Gerry,
for Marblehead. Spoke, 70 leagues W Grand
Bank, brig --, Brown, fram Gottenburig, for
Salem. i6.


Th- rI~'lsloop Prioe.:i, on per passage
frr)m fril .,i to Philad.on the 4th inst in lat
S7, long 74, iln the evening, fell in with a wreck
sent the mate on board, who fdrund her to 1e %
Sn, .11 N'.'--r:il inn.i schr without any person in
her; she had- arrived away both masts, had a
jury-mast erected, and had foot- feet water irx
her hold-they found by the broken packages
and scattered g.4odz, that she had on board
soap, butter, men's and women's shoes, hats,
woollens, calicoes and smoked herrigi-but.
they did ,:.t br;r.t ., iy anyof the mik..;, and
it being Jd:kI, c-,il-l nrot see her nqrn.
The U. S. schr Enterprise, 1.,und fl,. N.o'.
York to New Orleans, arrived in it inpion
Roads 27th ult with the loss of mainmast, and
in a very shattered condition being oblig-e, t.,
throw over 13 beautiful 9 pound brass j.,ces,
and many other articles in a gale.
The ship Georpe,Deshon, of Saco, sailed from
Liverpool, 24thAug. and in a gale of wind loat
his maii't.:.-piri,.t, .nil a man by the n.'nme of
JAme \'.orI, a1..1 *-n the 261,a Oct. was cast
away on E. Florida-Capt Deshon has arrived at
Charleston.
On the 25th Oct in lat,35, 10, .long 76, was
fallen in with the schr Three Friends, of Bur-
lington, no person on board, both 'nasts gone-
cargo flour and tobacco-arn attempt was made
to get her into ,1t' .: but a -,;i c. n;- o
Was obliged to leave !her-:here -i .V -i,
the vessel with chalk,,that all hands hald on
on board a schr to the leeward.

VESSEI'. SPOK'EJV.
N'' ".4. schr l.Itb, HTolden, 24 dass from
Kingston, for NYork, crew sick, one man lIs',
the capt. and one ian only able-to keep the
deck. Nov 29, lat 31, long" 73, schr Weymouth.
from Phihid. for Havana. Novy 23, lat 24, 25,
brig Commerce, of lallowell, i'romi 7, ,mingln
N. C.

VESSELS LEFT.
At Baosseterre, (Guad.) Oct 20, Sally. Weft,
for N. London, in 3 ; Tripp, for Kenneounk, hin
4; Union, Chandler, for Boston, uncertain ; Phe-
nix, Trefethen, Newcastle. At XinrptsM, Si.
Nov. 6, Manning, from Portsmouth, N. i. juat
arrived.

Taxe.f
r HE premium of s Per Cent, allowed a mthe
I payment of TAXES, in Wards Na 4 -, anr
so, will cease on 7 HURSDAY next he 20oth in-
stant.
WM. SMI I H, 'sT wsurer sd Collriter.
irear-rY Of-e, No 17, 0Wd Staae hiouse,)
Bostoi, D,. 14tb 1810.

',.:. OV. L.
A NiS LA, \V ,t. ,,l ,. Is iernoyed
c" orot No. 31, tG 4-, Cornhili, (store lately
occupied by ODAVIO GREENOUGn.) dec 18

CA'1T 'E, :
ON PETEP GiLMAN'S ESTATE.
A r .. .. ,.'-.', Maslaclhusfltf.
T a Probate C..t.,'t I-. ., 1 lIoston, inandfer
the County oft '''.. .. .n t, i d.) fit I;h day of
December, A. L-. 7o0 -%" l' I .. ., 1,UirA G( L.-
MiAN, Adnirdsniiat, r 0 thile I -5,tL c
PETIt GILMAN,
late ef Boston, in said County of. Sufflk, metro
chant, deceased, intestate. I II, J.d .rtd ior
al lewaice on atcour "of i a 'I l:i. I at los he ls
directed to give notice three weeks successively in
the Reperstor, a newspaper printed in said luiun,
that said account will be passedd a-.on at the Pro-
bate Office in raid Boston, on Mi.rld,i, thic 'n.
tieth day of January next, at 10 o'clock A. M. when
asrd where all persons intere--ted may attend it they
see i.t. T-lUOMAS DAWES,Juagc Prsbate.

NOTICE
On JOHN PLUMMER'S Estate,
A Crmmobat' *': -' --.-.a.'..- _
A ra Probate Couit, r..lI.un t Uuiton, in and
i. rthe County ot Suffolk, on N onday the seven-
leenth fay uf December, A. 0. ltr. -Wests,
Zae.5x5 CoOe, jun. admini trater on the L. tate el
JUHN PLUMMER,
late of Boston, merchant, deceased, intestate, has
this dlay ofltcred tor allowance thi ascount of Au-
sBI & CorK, of whom the said Adminiatrutor is
one, he is directed to give notice three weeks suc-
cesrively in the aostiu Gameti and fiqertij,., nsws-
papers printed in Boat on, thai said avcuit wailt be
passed upon at the Probate Offise in .aid Bostan,
on M I N PAY,the thirteenthl day of Janua'y next,
at 10 o'clo ck, A. M. when and whcie all perrens
interested may attend, if they see fit.
dec 18 T. DAW LS, Jud. of Probate.

NOTICE
8S hereby given, that the subscriber has been
duly appointed adininistratrix de bonis non orn
the estate of
ROBERT GOULD,
late of Boston, in the county of Suffolk, Mer-
chant, deccased,and has taken upon herself that.
tru l L ;;. r g ,.; rl I l,,. l -, .v. directs. And
all- ,.-,-r,, s dli t rJ ir- t.p..1 i the estate of
said r,',...',, ..:..',, .rc r,'q ,,c..J to exliibit the
same, and all persons indebted to. tie said es-
tate are called upon to make payment to
SUSAN i.R iMIF.R. ti.'x de boni's non,
rr tl L) -('IIILI., htr alt. e-y.
dec 18 (ep3Sv)

NOTICE.
SHEWITT, rc..-pe.rtilly acquaints
the public, that he intends having a Mu-
sical Entertainment (for one night only,) at the
Exchange Coffee House,on TWURSDAY EVEN-
ING, Dec. 27th, the particulars of which ,ll be
announced in future advertisements.
Tickets, 1 doll. each, to be had at W. Mc' l,-
LEr.zzy's Iook Sore, Court-street, at the F.x.
change Coffee House, aad of J. HEWITT, No.
6, West Row. (dec 1'

NOTICE.
Scholar's A thlIi.t ick-
By DAN.IESL A S, AS,. S.
HE 6th edition of this valuable work, new
Tery generally introduced into the Schoo's
and Academies of New-Englar!, ;" ,ri.. 1.
Massachusiietts, N. htampshire, and 'si ni. ,.', ,c
just published by JOHN PRlNTISS, tihe Pro-
prietor, and may be had, at the usual prices, ir,
sheets or bound, at his Bookstore, in Keene,( N,
H )? Thls Arithm' tick nay be had,in sheets of
Messrs. WEST' & BLAK E, C'nrhill, and hound
of D, MALLORY & CO. Snffolk.-Bluilings, os.
ton, as low as of the Proprietor.
N. B. The 6ih edition is printed page sfao'
page with the 5th. The general estesen ilt
which tie above work is held, supersedea .the'
necessity of :'epp.l'i.lir, i',e tumoroeror ee o>-
mnendations or .;: ,.t.t .-.'.g new ones .,eviftied
by the late unprecedented sales (dec' 17 '

TU OST-On Friday nrrtlinrg be. e-i
-.IlIndia-s:'et and rr.'- s' rq i Mar -
blecovered :.3:M .s'.i.'.rlt tO.Orl ..Uc. ,t
shall be suitab ;y rc.'a:-.d l e !.,i i same v
with the Printer. S 18

r O be LET-a ten foot 1" a...[ .i...
d Essex-street. Inquire Ct No24l t ..u -.
dcc 18 ,. -


House to Let., -
T 0! LET-House No. 4, S1jr. I-5 1_4-1',7-1.
.. merly oscup~ied by De.tM'- r ,.tdoIr'
low-inlquire at TNQ. 0 B U .se, 1








Fo'r Sal, I Cheap urr Shons.
Ii -"'-, -Ti e b-.,r.IFREi".PVT, 2 years --:- "
... l -'.. s'o t'.rtfeij,.ed135 tons, novly- .., 1 iG & .IN COL ,
'.."... '.. ," i" at o!,b's.,W hatrflasear South N 'l 3 ,.t! .r ,,o('- treet, .siRn of uhe ".'- '-: ,
"- -- if a;p!ication is i 'tTw'.AV1.C Just o1eesd two c"ises f Ladiet'
-, i ,h,. .. ., ...:-,.:! ,, -tO L ** I FU IR SH OES,
i' h-Ao U-jCK'iitDtGE, ;. '- 'w }ie'i they are .-1 ,t 11 very cheap. declS
..ri (q) .c 1 .1- ,
S, Bear fts and Tippits.-
C, S ITTU K-ER"MANa'3- for sale, an assort-
-" m' t teet for s'Ie, j r t n!i of '
iL's.-.n-t,...e ?'d csilt in is .. ..r "ob2c- Englli! back [I -'.1- Miqffs and Ti-
, -oi sC .c6 Ih's T! r, -tsi ... .. '.: and ptts of a -1,re-i-'r,ini'.t-; which being a consi.i-
lo1-,in ; tpoco'W. O hd S aes an i Heatli ; men:, wil I '- ,'i r. ih' tban cost and charges.
So lihds 'Vcs'e V .'iii'\ is:at, (;o caRks Sph iths -ON HAND-_
luu.,, : B .t istua i. e.i c. &c.. ,1 A Iarqt assn'tt!eint.of Hose D a.lkets ;
.. -,'-"' li ,'dn ,. vhich will bc offcrcd at reduced prices.
." A V'ES4FL.',of about roo tons, (c 18 ,v
S. for a -vsty.'oe o ;io:l Caroiina,- .
pi >ove, cei Spanrsh Lustres.

M11 Qa i. Barnard, PANISH.IUS rRES,a vrry thesitifnul artick
No. ,- 'I, ri-:. ,r: Hve for sale, by HENRY IH. TU KER' .a dec IS
3..O qr 'I, ",'r, n ... r ~ ~ +
-.5 chet yson sknm TLa, ./ -'. .'' S
o. hid', Rtm, .; f..i .' 1l.I W.AINSLOW,. hallo for sale, -'ust
4 Pac G-':r, i.' -... Black nd col'd istrinos; white

W it:te Havaua Mucovado' -d Lump Su: Florece and twiJled Lvant i;e; 5-4 black Ital-
Lustrings; Lla'k and colored Canton Crapes ; el..
Ru sI. ndi American Ravens uck, egant Lace Handkerchiefs and Veils: white Kid
C~veqiC k &C 'I- 1 R8


Rimsia S..eetings,
z3o b'ls Tar,
Few bailcs Cayenne ancd '.,'.', Cotton,
iod and cr. wrought :.' I.,
Xco hb'!s Salmon,
2o do. Mackerel,
Rn sia Cordage,
Turpentine-Ginger and Mustard.
Mc'-',, Clareo No t and aBeef,
Pr ,. :.r,.j .' .i Pork,
ro b.,gs Salt,
,40o qnts F,..'i] Codfish,
i. ceo i 1I. ltr.ft.n FI. ',r.

14 k.a- '-'','
3 casks h ..i-l',
39 P Gerrmai Linens,
a ps D apers,

..... Fir dYalr,
SThe sc-hwoner ELVIRA, a re-
^ ..i'--. mmarkable goid Vesvts,, almost
:w-, ... '? s. o ..'in twrf' mrd o' rly. ona e
'. :, ,W -'c .and high
waiso-Fr te.- r .;; a}ove.

Oliver Sherman,
No r6,JLong wharf, Has for sale,
OW lInding from ship Emndeavor, 7 rons
'I ''ican St. Pct- rsburg Hemnp ;-fromn ship Per-
aesevrance, Russia aand Ravicu' Ditck, Diapcis and
Ylems. IN ST'uRE
44 biate Tp'..,1 i Cotton, of the first
quality ; 9 hales Sea lland do ; 30 chests Tea" i
sonoo lbs Spanish Wool, &c. dec .8

Stanton & Spelman,
SN-' 12. B'.adl S;r-t, II .ve for a!e,
IrT'.MEN rY'tV hh.!. 4'_h pro"f Gin ; 159 b!ls Pot
as l 1'e.1i ". 1we<; (:l) do Cider l,"aindiy; eI 0O
k--. 9'-p: r uv tetr ; h'0 ) ib>s t 0 s; No. 1 'ai< t2 lieecf.
'Mh)0. hhd l i b i .. .., *' jb.lts Americanu Duck ;
5. ixes S-p : ... ,. Oits ; 3100t) wLCheee,
I eiie Nntinegs nd (1i .; 20 chess ltysonskin
Tea Dec 8.

Ilch a'd D. Tucker,
No 37. India street, Has for sale,
?, TOW landing froni schooner Fame, from Sur-
4J. i rnpiii,' -
Joo hhds excellent Melasses.
-IN SrTORE-.
3rePAi. J 0'.. A .. R' m,
S" 5o hbhd ,.' j r. l.:+ :, .... .
sta5 bolts fast quality Russia Duck,
50o pieces firt,'quality Ravens.Duck,
65 pieces Shcct'ngs, ; "
so chests Sonchong'Tea,
So chests Bohea Tea,
30 bales prime N. Carolitta' Cotton,
1so hhds James River Tobacco,
,.0 bbls navy mess Pork,-
.40 do do do Beef '
'coooo Cuba Cigars,
so groce Porter and Win Bottles,
Few boxes Irish Linen, 4 4 and 7 8,
4 crates Glass Waie,
6o0 Keg; manufactured Tobacco,
5000 Exchange on London. Also-
20 tons Hemip,per ship Perseverence. -
Also-now landing-
o20 punciheons St Croix Rum,
30 bbis Cyder Brandy. dec 14

John T. Sargent,
'No 40, India wharf, Has for Sa'e,
TjIGH proofand fine flavoured Cognac BRAN-
S Oi, R.Y and Hollands GIN-London Bettled
POR IER,in casks. dec 8

Flout, Cotton, Tar.
I SAAC WI .o'", M ...,"- irf,has forms ale,the
cargo of., '...is L I.: .izc, from W ilming-
toi, consisting of -46obb!s. N. C.Flour- 6tz bbls
STar-So bales Cotton.
-IN STORE-
13est N. C. and lichmond Tobacco
--Russia Duck Bohea and Soucho,'g Tea--Prin-
ting Paper-Cotton Yarn-Shi:et Iron--3 hh s.
W. I. Shrub. t5e. dec 18

c''p, DL ck c.
T HOMAS & EDWARD MOTLEY, No. 37,
India-street, have for sale,
5 ton> best cecan Hemp,
loo pieces Ravens Duck,
40 hhlisSt, Croia Rum, of a superior quality,
io bales Upland Cotton,
5ooo0 C-t :. in bags and ea-ks,
a*goo feet .t I-' mingo -.i..,,..,
SA few hhds and h.i. -. L C Sugar, .
SHyson and Hysonskin Tea,
husia Sheeting,
Spanish float 1 dig--blue Nankins,
Mess No I and 2 tcef. dec r8

Hemp, Sheeting and Duck.
N O W landing from ship Endeavor, from St Pe-
ttir.ur,,.. and for sale, by THOMAS WIG.
GLESWORTH, No 16, India.wharf-
so ton, tci ice.n Hemp.
"oo pite.. Ftu .,a Sheetings,
4oe0 do iavens Duck,
aSe do Russia do. .
S bales brown Diapers. dec T

R um and Gin.
Q T;IY s.*ni puncheons St Vineeuts' Rum, and
5 '0 .a sIl bhhds Phi adalphia Gin, of superi-
our qliktV, f.n. sale by P. ADAM[S, No. 1, India
w' slm Alw-- ;?cases '22oz Sheathing Copper.
,ea 1

Molasses,,Rum.
S 1S TEIN ihhds New Orleans Molasses, first
qualitv-63 hhds Martininque do-'28 pun-
theonS W I 6ium-clean Hemp & Russia Duck,
1st qualityr-assorted crates Crockery Ware, for
al. by E. BOLLINS, No. 23, Long.wharf.
dec 18$


Pen1niahes.
EST &' BLAKE, N.) 56, Cor-bi I, have
V just r-ceivted. for sale, a laRge a assn1t-
of'fine PENKNIVES. dec 18

Genuize Cr(ayons,
A FEW hoxe'of Genuine CR IA YON which
were telecled by a private gentleman frcj thec
mianufactorvnay kehad at lthe li'oukstorc ot S4I1-
A 4 TH1 )AS, jun. No. 6, .i .
cec IS

Euffaloe Skins.
A TEW BUFFALOE SKINS, of an excel
lent qialty, for :ale at the Hoston 1t!t
ManiufacoVy wViiolesalI anId Reiail Store, No
76 St.'uc-street. d.'c IS
Sheathing Copper, &C.
A maill a-nice of H ,; fl!tING COPPER,
C p)per B I's and Nail", received by the
ship Genera! Lincoln, and for sate, by RICH-
A.RDs & JONES, No 5, Ildia-'whrf.
Asln-A q!anitily ofLiverpool C3JAL, suit-
able for grates.
::-" Tnc C ,ns;iners of G 'od(i by the General
Lincoli, a"e requested to pr cure their permits
without dleasy. dec 18
-I'J/ahluble A ew Year's Presents.

Isaiah Thormas, jun.
No. 6, -:,ir ...... h Ir-.-r,
?'AS just received frmi I .*I '. .... a jrv
i- i !;arge assorrncut of JUVENILE BOOKS,
whichare adapted to Lbothib-xe, and to all ages.
te.: 18

Edwards & St. Georges,
TrJislatiors F Copyists, Jo. 4, Ciurt-t.
H AV f'orsale, A H.use in Cross-Streei, 3
stories hig-h, land reassuring 29 ft by 66 ft.
lter'ns 1-3 cash down, and a credit to suit the
purcliascr for the 'residue---A military Land
WVarrant, cheap for cast--A ,'lw in 2,' r. .,w-
eli', and one ia MAir. lncknmitster's Meeting-
Houses. -
To Let-A Tene'nent it) Ridgevry's
Lane. well calculated for a Carpenter or Pain-
ter, rent 50 dolls per year, payable quarterly in
adv once.
C(pyilng and Translatinpg attended to
with '.1 :..1. -, a ldd spaths.


Juvenile Spelling-Book.
LAM BLISS, Coomrlis'ion loloksellcr, No. S,
E >tate-street, Ecu;ton, has just received for
ale-
The Juvenaie Spefling-Book, pub-
lished by Messrs. 1E.LITrLE & (Co. NeIYburyport,
proprietors of'ihc Copt right, for the twew-Eng-
l:nd States. This Book is ai c-_y nitroduction ,o
the Eng;i.'h gLa, ungag, containilige4,y and tamiiiar
Lesson-. in *i,. ri... with appropriate Rreadi.g Le.-
sons ; calculated to advance the Learners, by ejisy
gradations, and to teath t.he --'th-:. I 'hv of John-
aol,, and the pronu e-iatii 1 .1 ..1 v A_
PICKET, author ofthilc Juvenile E1xniositor, ec.
Nothing can enter into the fictions which
stumbles at the th eholdI ".... BLAIR.
Price 2 dolls per coz.--25 cts single.
dec 18
Clergyman's Daughter.
iUST publislied,and for sale,at J BELCHER's
Ji Printing Office, Congress-street, and at the
Book-stores of E BLISS State-sir et, and MUN-
ROE UI' FRANCIS, Cornhill.--
The CLERGYMAN iA.UUGHTER ; a Trag.
edy, in Five Acts, by William Charles White, as
performed at the Boston Theatre ; with an Epi-
ogue, by K. r. Paine,jun.Esq. dec t8

Bonaparte.
UST received,by MTsRaoa & FitaNcts,at the
Shakespeare Book-store, No. 4, Cornmill-
,7 he Secre't Hif2sory
Of the C.-2 rET of BO.VP.ITE; includ..
-ing his Private Life, Character, Domestick Ad-
ministration,aand his conduct otwards Foreign
Powers.---together with SECRET A.VEC-
DOT'ES of the different Courts of Europe, and
oflthe trench Revolution-With two .9PJJX'DI-
CES, consisting of State Papers, and of Biogra-
phical sketches of the Persons comprising the
Court of St. Cloud. By LEwls GOLOSMIr'H,
Notary Publick, autl'hr of the Crimes of Cab.
incts,.' An Exposition of the Conduct of
France, Ic-Edited and Illustrated with Notes,
by a Geitleman of New York ; who, during a
ong residence in Frnece and other parts of Eu-
rope, the theatres of revolution and intrigue,has
had all the opportunities necessary to be ac-
quainted with the facts.
"The I,'' .. 1 s -.,.- but the trnth,."--
ALSO-'i lc LLdl.. nurg Review, No.
32. dee 18

Edinburg Review.
JUST received by WM. WELLE'S, No. 6,Conrt
Street-
The Edinburg Review, No. 32, con-
taining the Review of Scott's Lady of the Lake,
&c. &c.
Subscriptions received for the Edinburg and
Quarterly Reviews, beginning with any number.
Also, toi whole sets of these valuable asd popular
publications .Aism, just received,
The Secret History of the Cabinet of
BONAPARTE, by L. Goldsmith. dec 1R

Loaw Journal.
T HISI day published and for sale by D. MA.L-
.LORY & CO. Suffolk Buildings, Nos. 3 and 4"
of Vol. 3dof the American Law Journal and Mis-
cellaneous Reper.tory by JOHN E, HALL, Esq; of
Baltimore. Doe 18.
HE House in Atkinson-street, now
in the occupation of S. BRADFORPD,Esq.
wiil be to let on the 1st ofJanuary next, if not
so'd before that time, dec 18


A Small HOUSE ready furnish- Gurrabs, Mamoodies, Fi.sC i tie, San-
. ed is wanted on a lease of one year-In- nish, Baftas, Gilla Hdkfs. Checks, &e. on liber-
quire at thle : O. i.' :,r- Office, al credit.
n0ov 23 (t0 T, IK. en'es Y Co, Auct.


: -'60R fLODGl" Yeaendtts ,.",t,-':i -t: /'f rl c.,.'-s at *.-1,'t,'tin.

TOMORROW EVENING, Dec This Day at 1 clock,
W\TILL be prcsenteda New Comedy, in five At Suffolk-Buildings, C,,s,"res Sires,
Sv acts, tbounsed on the novel of" verina in the Chamber tinder the Printihg (l ti-.: -l 0 le,Er,
called, ti-e GREEsious and STSrBlNVs-
POOR LODGER. A large and valuable Stock of BOOKS;
Written by V. C. WHTE, Esq. Author ioft t' bound and in qiireg, being the remainder of the
rtten by C."Ve'atT, sq.uthorofte Stock of the late company of HPfiting, r,h,.d. ,e ct
cr an' .)afghter." Biass, iueluding all their Books in, .,e..--Te
The PCoor Lodger, Mr. Morse bound books, of which th 're are several thoi and
Lord harley, Darley volumes, will be told first, itid the Books in sheets
Sir [Harry Stormont, iDul ff immediately after, and the sale will be centinuedt
Mtr. Sedley, Drake from day to day until the whole are sold.-'Among
Old Job lin, Dickensori the Booksain Sheets, are the following valuable arti-
Dick Joblin, (his Son) l'ttwisle cles, viz.-
Grua:, Fisher 900 Octavo Bibles, Greenough and
.Coachman, Batanes Stebbins' Edition; 2500 Watt's Psalms asd Hymns,
'Scrvsnts, 1fessrs. Parsons, Henry, &c. neat edition, fine, common and coarse ; 500 lergu
l..arriet Bloom ville, Mrs. Darley sonu on Civil Society ; 400 Duddridge's Family Ex-
Mrs. Ciifford,- '..,:,' positor, 6 vols. 8vo. "
a',, L ..... ,s, ': "-' ; et'samie unea, Wiill be smld,
.: ..,, ,, Miss P'.; Several hundred Reams vf Printking
The PROLOGUE to 1:,-* 'f,ikl bi 7.. Paper, of different kinds ; a Printing Piessi, fc.
Th'e i'H...,';7, [DLU.F;. l, C 'italo,rues of the above sale are
written by It. T. PAINE. Jr. Esq. to be spoked now readyfor delivery, at Elair Bliss' Store,
by Messrs. .igrse, Darley, D.f, r:ci .t.a, In State street, and Messrs. Greenough & Steb-
.Entyisle,Mrf. Darley and Mrs ji a.i, bins' Oongress street.
in Act 2d. an entire NEW ScENE, Ci- Terms ofsale, under .100, cash-100 to 20j,
S."..0id ',C)20 to 400,90 days-400 to5O, 120
signed and eectited by Mr,. WI rril, rIepret' 0t 1o 1
scnt upwards, 3, 6 and 9 months. Notes wits satis-
VAUXHALL GARDENS, factory endorsers.
ON A oGALA NIGHT. J. JutaU, /t t.
In Act .31. an O'iginial Song, (to be stung in
cli.racter,) by Mr. ENTw.tSL.e. Real Estate.
--SS 0 be Sold on WEDNESDAY, the nineteenth
To which 'will be added, an Afterpiece in 2 acts, .L of December current, at 12 o'clock, on the'
called the Ex-chanpte Cofj'ee Hlouse floor-
JEW AND DOCTOR. The euitv of redemption of thai
large arsd well finished HOUSE in Federal-
or th/e Benefift of .ie P 0ood. street, Boston, with all the privileges ; bounded
as follovws-beginning on said Fede ral-street, at
,[ N i'-TIOQUISM, &C. the centre of the partition wall between the
C IRCUMSTANCI8 having occasioned the ab- house owned and occupied by Mr. Welsh aind
sence of Mr: RANNIE, from town for a the premises, and running westerly through thea
few days. tr enhti ck are rc i-:.:.tyifi informed, middle of the partition wall 20 feet 10. inches,
that the F I..-.I-..,. for the I -.rtii .:.i the Poor, then turning and runnin'gncrrhterly thr.-iigh tlhe
which wasto haveys taken .lace This Evining, is in middle of the said ...Il Ilet ,,.:le.', then
-",,iu..,.- .., ,l1'l postponed to TIURS- I',rn-' anid running ,v I., thr..-ug the mid-
0 '.'1, E NI' ,,-- 'r, tieJth inst. dec IS l.: .t the said wall 35 feet 11 inches to the west
PUBLI K W EIGH NG end of said wall, then turning northerly 6 inch-
iPUBLIC ^ JW E IG, LlNG G s,then turning & running westetly(parallel with
O F every description, from a Box to a Car. said last mentioned line thro' the wall) 15 feet,
Jo n, undertaken, by application at DEAR- thence continuirgwesterly (more northerly) 3.
BORN'As A LANCE FACTORY,near the wes- feet to Federal-court aforesaid and terminating
tern end of the Theatre-where a supply of at the distance' 6f 24 feet'3 inches from Mrs
proportional Balances (and apparatus with 'late Fox's land, then, turning and running southerly
improvements) of every size from one pound to otn said court 24 feet ;l..,hi- V-1 t,Li.'- land of
Ten Thousand, is constantly ready for sale. C.W. Apthorp.and Wr, S5 ak.,,,nr. then turning
A special Apparatus is just completed and running easterly u.tiili' Ttrl .,. l,.c contra of
for weighing Hides and other bu!ky articles, the partition wtal!betweetf the premises and the
Vhereby very greatdespatch is produced. house owned ann occupied by S. Leblois, thence
dec 18 If continuing easterly through there middle of said
wall 35 feet 6 inches, then turflitig and running
lV/Wev ur iport .Alarine Insurance southerly through the middle of s'id walr'6 feet
( 1 inches, then turning and' ru,'...., easterly
C ".Ilbay.i. tlhrongh the middle of said wall 20 feet 1l.;
r-"H EI Stockholde-s ot the 1 /ciburypnrit Mcrine inches to Federal-street aforesaid, then turiniog'
S inlsaicee .. .' are herleby notified that and running northerly on said Federal-streett 21
tliei snsal tMectntg will he heid at their office in feet 8 inches to Welsh's house. Also, tho
Staia treetot Monnay the seventh day of January equityofredemption ofa piece of L'NI) lying
next at II o'clock in the fore.,oon lor th purpose in Walnut-street, Boston bf wounded as follows-
of ,cb'jsing t'ee t)rv t-Ie, and acting on ,sul 0h- westerly on Walndt-street 90 feet, northeriy-
Abent tokhders may vote by partly on land ofno. Callender, EsQ. and partly
A)ctit Stockholders ray vote by ion land ofJno. Joy 116 feet, easterly pai.ly iy
Proxy truly uthor:z2 a,and by their ;ctof Icolt. -said Joy's land and partly o l land of Anna' .
ratio. i, e;lih sli,0 e ]s islted toi tA vote provided 'ierkins' 83 feet, and southerly by said Jlov's
t.'ai nA Ssckholder he ai'.wed tose tthan t.e, vote,. land 104 f et. The I ;t- l.I.-cr: to a Mort-

Newblyport DeC. 8ti, 11 and. Drect age (Suffilk Deeds lib. 21 1 -.) m l.
i. iOt.RIN Secy. 124, 1805, to secure the payment oft ~ .1.
three equal payments of g3171,67 each, in one',
f 'ussiad ieusctts ...'..f t'- ,i, ,. ,, ',, two and thirce years, with interest ... .ii .
lih louse is subject to a Motrtgage, to secure
A4ssciuation. the payment of 5'2000, to Mrs. Anne Clay, with
7r Pul, Members of ill Masaetsetts Charitable interest annually. The Iouse is a5lso1i .i_-.
L 1ccihnich Associatisn, ae iheiebl y noitsitd, that ed as, collateral security for the land and five
the iouual t sme.ting ltwre- f vcil be holdren at thie Ex- hundred dollars more. There is another fort-
change C..lt-.e. lt s ein osi, ston THURSDAY gfage A the land which will be cancelled before
KV LNINO, thie 20(th X .i ist. at 6 o'clock, prie- the day of sale.
cistl'. The above will be sold for cash to tit highest
As thei choice of Officers for the entu- biddtr.-For further particulars, -;,.-, F
ing year will then be made and 'other important JNO ''-,i .".
buMiniss wll c ,,me bticor the Associati,-i, an early .AVsiniets,sf 'illitm Sutton Skinner, for t' bcn iefit
ani;d punctual attendance is requested of all the of /his Crsdiitora.
Members, By direction il ltie Goverutieat. -
dci h7 'I'l) OMAS WEIl,,,I S.ec'r;. '10 be sold at Publick Auction,
)/istlict cf MassachutseCs, to wit On Thursday, 27th Dec. next,
-4, At 10 of the clock, A. M.
B H- "IE it remembered, that on the 19th T the Dwelling--House of Wi.'m Stic-key
Sitt)EAL day of Nov. A. D. 1810, and in the A lInn-holder in Concord, N. H.-the follow-
S,-_ ,j thirty-fifth year of the independence of ing sharesin the Londonderry Turnpike, iftl'e
the United States of America, Samuel II. Valley, assessments due on the same ;are not paid previ-
Treasurer of The Societr for progagating the ous to that time, viz. No's 213 and 214, No's.19
Gospel among the Indians and others in North to 25 inclusive, and No's to 10 do.
America" and on their behalf, of the said dis- At which time andplace awill be sld-5 other
trict, has deposited in this office, the title of a shares in said Turnpike, No's 11 to 15 inclusive.
book, the right 1'whereof he claims as proprie- P. GORDON,jr. Treasurer;
tor, in the words following, to wit :-l" Signs of
the Times. A Sermon preached before the So- On THUItSDAY next, at 12 o'clock,
city tfbr propagating the Gospel among the.I- On Ineches'-Wharf,
dians and others in Northi America, at their an- OR'TY tons clean Hemp ; 70 *tons Archangel
dias and others in North America, at thei an- Iron ; -l0o pieces Ravens Duck ; and 2',0 ps.
niversarylNov. 1, 1810. By JEDIDTAH MORSE, Flewrs, from on board brig Gilpin. -
D1). D. Pastor of the Congregational Church iii
Charlestown." THIS DAY at I 1 o'clock,
In conformity to the act of the Congress of B.ck No 24, Long wharf,
the United States, entitled '- An Act for the en. The stanch good sch'r.
couragement of Learing, by setturing the copies LLY, 7 tons, years old)
of maps, charts and books to the authors and e .l .. I LLY, in *:s 3 yers ,
plprietot's o o' well fmsi t in ssai;s and rigging,,
proprietors of suc copies, during the times and has 2 New ables, andisa
therein mentioned," and also to an act, entitled remarkable fast sailer-
" An act supplementary to an act, entitled An
act for the encouramentofLearning y s- A immedatc af'er,
curing the copies of maps, charts and book to 0b s- in-
the authors and proprietors of such copies, dur- 1 300 boxes Raisins,. ? partially dam-
ing the times therein mentioned ; and extend- 10109 Ibs Coflee, in bags, ad.
inl tie benefits thereoft the arts of designing, A few boxes Sugar.
engraving and etching historical and other J. RIp'eyl auct.
prints." WM. S. SiIAW ,
Clerk of the District of '.assacu ets. 'HIS I)AY, at 1 2 o' clock,
dec 18 Opposite Ne. 6, India street,-
doe. 8. f .25 hhds good flavoured W. I. IRum.
Signs of the Times. ,. opev, ,t..
HIS day published and for sale by D. Ml//o- 71tor'row, at o0'lOC/C-
ty & Co. Suflblk Buildlings, J. IV Burailsa i -m o i 1 c
Co. asnd Wn. H'dir, Court-street, C. Blmbm, AI. At Jolfph R~iplei/'S (Office,
Larkm, Lincoale t Edtmaad-, Mltun-moe F",aeci, and lidia Street
sannsg i L.eo'ig, Cortrhill, A. Coaten, and *homaas 2 ca-.es ,Lo Lines, &c. partially d:an-
&' Aeldre'was Marlboro'-street-- C
A SERMON from Daniel, I 2t! chap- aged-and are tsr sale on acctuit of the Under-
ter, 4thand 10th verses, preache.l before The So- writers and allel conerned-150 boxesRaisins-
ciety for propagating the Gospel among the it1- 500 .crew driv.rs.
diansand others in North America," at tneir semi lJ0i' C( 'A
nnuotl meeting, 1st November, 1t10, by Jedidiah
ri.' 1 D. I). ',TI -.,.1iL i'.i it the request of said On Thursday next at 11 o'clock,
selcety, and f..r ir,-i ... .-';,t, r -. *) / / A'
To this Sermon are added notes, by the author, ut J. Thplt/s Oftce,
illustrativeof some passages it the discourse, ant' India Street,
an appendix containing an account of the transac- T IVE-hundred very superior knit Woolen
tions of the Socisty, of ins funds, a list of its sfi- J (iuernsev Frocks, suitable for all classes of
cers and members, thle whole ,n ..;r.' pamphlilet labouring people,particularlv fiu Seamen and
of 72 pages-price S7 single. 1 .... '. ,, purchase those exposed to cold weaiher, for sale single or
from 12 to 1.Q copies, for gratuitous distribtilion, by the c untit
will have them at 31 cents each. Those who take vhe u -a
50 copies or more, for the like purpose, shall re- C'alc-f-ttta Goo
ceive them it the rate 0255 dol.la a hunsdrede. --CN 00-od. -
fJ2 All the profits arising from the sale of this On Friday next at 10 o'clock,
Sermon, (the sy right ot which is secured by At No 16, Centrial street,
the society) wih be addedto the fundaf the insti- lqNE hundred a.r.d40 bales Cal.scta Goods,
tution, and devotedto its objects. decl8 coneistin of


TTi P- E' ', +t I1 .: C!.^:',
Oi Rice i Savages' wharf, Lynn street tirH
e d, .... ..
T HEI carfo of brg Rover, e::e, master'
fI m Africa, consisting of
11963 lbs0oIvor'; ,
8 5-20ths tons Camwood ;
100 sticks E-bony ; ;
315 sticks Birwvood ;
103 l Ibs Bes Wax
180 Ibs Gum Caplal
5700ibs :Coffee;
630 Ibs Palm.Oil. ... .
ConAtiibas approved eu'i'rpsed n 'te, at 60 days
Barki..' ..i !c, a act.

TO.,M OR1 VOW, at 12 o'clock,
J! aI i &, L' I, e f office, .
,, .. K-i, y street$
puncheins W RV M reet

TOMORROW at 1 clockc,
Al r'. ( D1 ii s O;:s,,0
SIilby street, ,.
real Merino R AM, on year old only imn
ported into Duxbury a few days sinee.
I HIS DAY, at I c,,'riok, ,
S ', ,,uih ,,l e I,,'r]a wharf5
80 tons assorted ScJde, IRON


h .urt l .-p
1,' hurthei, 1 )' tns. as she cma
e'iS-..- from sa, at a liberI credit.
('. U .' Amct.
On THURSDAY, ne.; .a! 12 u'clock
AtC. HAY\V.\A[.D c,
'- In State Street,
7. U r.:N an,; India Piece C-e i t
ia- &At Private Sale-
40 bodies Russia Naill, entitled.-t l J,:hentur'
-cases (f Providence manufactLI.d Hats.



THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
: At No 37', h'**.A ', "
iL :;.go: .r cLip T p-'.
-. Peru, consisting of
500 boxes Peruvian Bark, Ofsoperiour 1ia
ity, red,' loxe, huanuca. and Calisa-2509 bags
Guayaquil Cocoa, superior quality-800 on':
of C.p)er, superioutr ua' ty-70 do r' -j-
Cotton. Also--100 boxes white and t.o-..'-i Ha-
vr.- i' 1i. 30 pieces ;i, n;c -. ,
C, 3,LionS lit:r', nmadeeknown at the elrI.
T. K. Jones, K Co. v.t,..

easy Amtll ion.

TOMORROW, I1 cl ck,
Ofi N. Spear's wharf, near th6 market'
1I0 chests Sra he-. Tea,
50 ch.Ies *s d.,-,J .
5 pipes American Generga,
S. .. rios sizes

7'. K. Jonfes & Co. suct.
Tomorrow, at 9 & 3 o'clock,
At T. K. Jones & Co's. Okice,
Ailby street,
A Larg'eandvaEiiIhle assortment of SeSg"
., onable G-odl.
On THURSDAY .,.: rI .:T,
On the Premises"
TOR. No53,i ,nState streetfronting B1' 3 .
Street, snd adj:iiningn the new Store erect.
ed by Gen._ E 'iot, with the iland-,a-oe,-t aia-s
measuring i tnfy feet nt Staftestree', and rum-
niogn forty w( f'et deep to a passage way of a.
ot rt1 feet wide. AMo-
Wil' be Iold the szaeta ime,a' jl 5Iotlof[Grond,
on the north side of r ,id 1.17--" .',, meatur,
ing 20 feet on the ., .. ,i, 10 feet.
deep w ith a Shed theron. A liherai credit
will be given for the I!t0ie. Particulars will'
be made known at the s ale.


7 his Day, at half past 12 o'clock,
b AtNo,4.*,Indi, Wharf,
22 bales Cayenne Cotton of the best quahty'
entitled to debenture.
C',id,:r.ui made inower at sae.
JVhitwell & Bond, atnct's
THiS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At India wharf,
SA NDTNG from tha ship Pefseverance, chptd'
-. r, from St Petersburg,
150 pieces Sail Cati, 'first4u.litvy
10t d ) Raveni Duck,
200 do Sheetings,
3 ba'es hn'f.ell D'apers.
Condition.ts beralmade lenon at the sae.
fWhitwell N Bond aucd.

On Fi-iday next--r2 o'ecock,
N O'- aidingg fi'om ship General Lincoln, a'
Fosters v a f."
75 tons assorted Swedes Iron,
40 do Liverpool Coal.
Conditions at Sale.
I'tiilltwel & .', asct.

AT PRiIVATeS1 5-
1 a casks Suirits Turpentine
40' wt Ver- Iris
80 ih refined DBrax- I kIe Sal. Polichrist 3
I do Soda-20 Cantharides;
100 bags Pepper.

On Thursday dt .,ran. at 3 o'clock,
By Order of the Supreme J'tdicia) Court,
On the Premise (
A Certain pie.ce 6O parcel of L AND, situ .t-
.ed ia Charlestow'n, in the county of Mid'
diesel, boumded southwesterly by the Middle .
sex Canal, northweste'ily Uly 'iland formerlv of
William Somit1',northefaaterly by th ri'versRndt'
8outhea, erly by l'ead'of- Besebam..
Aiso-i-nother piec' or parcel, of land ,B it;
ated in said Ciarlestowna, with the ':i'.' ,-. ,
liereon standing, bonnded noirthwetertly oS,
land formerly of Wiiliamn Snith, nartbeasterli
6y ln.d for erly of Joseph Hova'rd,e decseed,
anulheaslerly by landl fsroirtly of said deers,'
ed and southwesterlv by thecoimtry road,. hed'
ing -he property of Jos':;; ;'rtward,"'at. of o--
ton, in the county 6f Suobok, n.,rchanr, dbeae
ed. The above described premise are subject
to two mnortgages made'thercon by said dceas-a
ed,
Alotso' be sold as sr, a ,sil, another piedoc
or parcel of land, situattsd' in aa:d Ch'arlestown-
bounded rnorth'we.terly by laiidfornmerly of .' e..
Smith. northerly by t!he Middlese Canal, soul',.-
easteriy and northeasterly by land of Jonicharn
Page, south'westerty by the coantriy N i ; a,;e
last described piece of'land contain,. by ersmiiste.


tion, about fifty one thousand square fuet annd i
subject to the citIfmai'djver o the. Widow o
siutd deceased.
Conditions made known at th-salA.
MEARCY HO WARD, Adimistr'af







S CAnRk t Ienry arna ,
s ,, S. -... ,. *v, 1" t b ,,.-s, I-1ing S.oc:"o.rs p -" OHN BAL3 I A R D Jr. & tCO. have re- No 1. Cornbi, l:, e;eJe
ithi ali c* th-e I ec. t h'e r.'. 11 ,V :1 States, ad t th- ivd by th Gleanr Patriot and Jane, the h Ae Juno, a very expensive
,= .'."'t Pa~smue ; a p el to er t pyopxitors ofr more than tw'o I~ ndrcd remainder o tei ALL L-They offer assortmentof
.2 .' & CO.-at No..3ll dia- ,.t cs,40 ]ter hr ptttauatee e'he sih fun.o
Ity.CO... .a iaara entaio ert;0le ofI Ihen eat of eopoiratio call for ..ale;the following GOODS, by Wholesale and Egeg.' bt yWnd co;eino'E, Fanci Go0s.
D. .. .arenetal vti o. the $~-::hoderprs, to cll Rctail,viz,' which he~ nw offersfor sale,atavefy mall advance
S ;., ae l at t,..= .-.u th, .,. t el Erusels, floor and Gi'een Moreans ; c., ..i: o
[ ebrigo tAC YP. a of s;air Carpeting i rish Sh e wings 5e4 Elegant plated Sets, with coffee Pot,
...r ', mastr, will .ke a few A. M. for-the purpose of adopting such mcas- Veertian dodo ; and 6-4 w.de, from 4 tea Pot, sugar Dish, and cream Pot- sing do d.
r : i t, r aplicr ures as may bo required in tih event e.er of Superfine Kiddlria-t,o 13s peryara; d- do-sets do with tea Pot, sugar Dish, ad cream
o' -lif..inre of ork1Ci iAM tIe renewal or noo-renewie 6. Lhe pre sent hav- ster ns tInr lrish-Shirng Linens, Pot-rr-s.e do nre comnmon-bread a refiault Las-
i.' K..' -, I. tr L.coedScotrhd7 o and 4wic,; k7ts, with ana without handles, assorted patterns-
''-L'-1'" ','-*- .,. -'';. .,,= w L c. I ter. s and Scotchi do ; Sj Damask anid-Diaper" ele~ lt3 liaht Branches, silver guarded aDd verye
i;" /'. A G ,r narlCer, uTes Lar.IsAb. Ks -Sconcersidd do dorminster Car-fl,:C:. l, Knives-cmmunion
T io I hANGw R, P. i a t"'. ." ,,u,""'pt /,, pe.s ; t C. I Cups-Ladles--su-arTrngs-tabieand tea Spoons
nP wIo v.< i;, im.,.-, Fri.: n R- u .'** 'ei 1y el"" '.e ea Turk y do; Napki s and Diapers Snuffeirs and Trays--lobe Lamps-a veTy extea-
"- m"C e, 'e :iT Hearth Rugs of vari-of all widths ; sive assortment ofiler guarded Castorsand Candle-
: -.:. yo hoard said vesse, John Godedahemuh, amel Fditn, ous kinds Furniture, Chintes 'ticks-coiion do do---bracket Cand:esticks-
-jh ',..acsiu, &anit l.Iu' 'ton, Rose Blankets, of a land Checks; Salts-shoe Latchets, &-c-l-ad;es waist Clasps, us-
_. *-C-'o~f!'^Ay >.ag'iizes ; ft Do Dimltie & Cam- sorted--14 doz. very-.h.,, ;',y V, .,',;%. particular-
r......s Va.d. aald 'Call, in Brussels Covcrllett, bricirs Y I ordered for retailing-fine pearl and jet earRings,
W 1t V'AX-rxna gEnod VoSSEL, ef a- .fvume7s 0. "'isaier, ThImus B eg'iA mo.c a6,4'd-1'ean, 14ie and Table finger Rings, and bdsom Pisn, assorted pattetns and
rvy "tt EdL .'. f o- .. /t, Green Table Clotlis, t prices, some of whicl are very clegant-paste Ttps
ctonard the W Idi,. A l. ,/. / s vt stampt border L, et and Quality pset n .i- i,. a. tl Spangies,
....B. 't.i '. .. -ALSO- tcyiI rat, 'lii Aane, all s z es i 'sne gilt watch (.am.,N is I' ud K js, assorted
FoIr d SCFOON4ERS,; f 9to to .to 9.f/.tl,. S l Jlia-mut'emp, Green BIiiard Cloths, riur,,i[e ;Dihdin. ; patterns-Seals aud Keys, with Caueian stone, do
ring .:. ,n1 ortl i arcina. A l'y ,;:a. PI..: : ful8 4 wide, some ex- TI- t :, i- it d o doo -gold wath iains, S ais, and
". A .. .. .. .., i. .i ton, fi 4 ,s c Keys, well assoe ted-fine sleelScisor, pen Kl nives,
-- -1 r1--. ...-- ... ,.,' .. r .Hn i l Surtt ^ h tr l oe ; T a6 ;" and Razio0s-coniu nd () do--gfnleueaand ladi95
mas rbers te Insurance CO rong Cloths; Bra s Stair Wires and morocco pocket Boks and needle Cases, with and
I .*ai- .. 'Svl l ernv0 Suan e m the. -rde,A, Cotton Counterpanes,Eyes; rill iut inttunients- ..I ;, ...,. ,, Der
d, UNI ilET, pay ofh State sf J. Ser all sizes; Glass En'ry Lamps -j Gslantred LmpLs-. .. a ,.l-
,.eiv, ty at..e Wap,_ Inw another P,n1sylvraniia. l'iuen, 1alhe David- MarseillesCribQ Its; Do. .Shade Candle- patmns tabe id teaSpoons do d-silver
S '. ria s frn l.nghurd, a ringe sid1 exten- J amtts C.CoxPres dt. son, Green Blaize,6-4 wide sticks ; Pen;s and tooth Picks-a few elegant silver snuff
-ie a.s .rtlt (.f .i-c e.r.n.iddlin', and low pie- Ir the arine Iu ,Sanvel Lane, for covering Brtsscls? B lancc Weig-.ts and 8oxes-t-itoise shell gold mounted do do.
W. rh ciriC rtl.5 ald CaF'nere, cri n inee all the ance C-'i.pany. fBenjarnin Sha/cpe, a Chis,O D- -SV. .
-dio .e al s i B;u Green a 'lWork Quei'S John Leamy, .President. Joseph .Lnes, Carpets dilaias, c ON H s.ND--Silver Coffee Pots,e tea
C th al *ilsu! )iie i"bloe, gree,, I); ack aud Ibrown John Lcamy, Trustee. Joh Harper, Pots, sugar JDisle.s, and iCreanS. Prots-one elegant
Cc. ( i .C'es; ear mxd, blue, drab, Stephen Gi/ord, Eldbard ftand/ph, 15 hlMs Glass Ware, consisting of Treen do--tableand tea Sp.,ooS do--Thimb es do
,as. biak In. ir'c ru IP Prince's' Cord ff-r Gentle- visionn ardJohnJPerat, .h/c Warder, Turnbiers, Decanters and .Wite Olasses, and '3 ca- --god Necklaces-gold ear Hoops and Drops--to-
ansPe |tarlons ; S'i's, Ye t ,s; Cormnon n, t, j/oh7 Ih irdr &. 6 sea] j.Iapt nI d Fr.me Cator.5 andi -. astor Glasses; getlier with pearl and fiPegree w w rkimanufactUied
tinte ai'g'nd I ,ioekits, fo"r Oentlemen's os M'ean, Jlaes Smith, which will be sold Liw by package e only to close a. in New York, aid a great variety of i. lhr ar c ..
gr-at SC arl-i urt1,,:. ; fine aiit colnin p diab .. u, Deborah irkham, co gnmlntl. 6w nov 13 too numeron s to insert. Those that are in waintof
,rsoys; fl:tetIS Cloths; TwVili 'd Duts; Fot- Pete, 1 'S poca Casper ,.ortsp, calcua ad Caoisd GOOescription of ancy Goods are.ivited to-call
Jier~eyS Clcrt',fi & -- s 'aw'e'd q D ov 13 t Sf n tr hI',, Calcutta and Cantott J.).a. end see the goods anid prices, whieh will bIe sold
e..t.l0oHi-,-%'. &c W !o thI/0nP r, n- BiraiN.0 Irnl-St. euh elieaper than.e hat they have berin seling f,,r.
G. Sh P.Broler, ThomarAm: a. OHNS ErVTT, No. 40, Broad-St. n u'ole iw
R. G 11 C ;U'v e7e, Jom Geiaassortment ofn, "-ILVER 1PLATE eof every description tnoait-
', James Iillian, Jimnes Camernt, has just received, a complete asfortmentof tactured as usual., roawv6 Nov 13I
c "-c c a NiNh 3 W Kil'v street, Sanmte/Plod-dot, M"ewberry Sdmigh, Clc/,tta and Canton UOu,3; New Lolon Ioos.
0 AS received a few packages of GOODS, on Joseph CrCkshnk,Pres. liz Lwet/n.cr, C a U New London Goods.
.T consio menir which wid be opened ani* sold ident oj' Hiimune l -il Eliza Luwer:er,t' in Consistingt ---
' r, ir t ., t p.-lebrs, at reduced pries, v z city. TrYt. Fine Gauzipore, All- Johanara & Chandpore "'ARVIS & STONE, No 54, Cornhil, corner of
i r t.i T-"n-,,.Caniarick Mus;ins, W"lliam Rogers, lVtr.et &ff Torlth, abad, Pa lia and Alow Cossas; .. Courtstreet, have received by the New Galen
',i ,. ard wide Iril Sheet.ngs. o Irish Benjumin l iay and IV. .Benjamin R .il l'0-an, i6, s; J lalr Ady froin London, and Ann, from Livero.orol, (and will
't ". ain do. gers, 'Trtee. 'ilam .. .,,.. 'Jalpolre, Koyrabad, Madris l'attern, Soo- be ready for salein a few days)
S4 o, P/w er Pack'ae. Either Waters, lKeny Toland, Chanhdly, Mamiarack, ty, Romal, lue Gil.a, I trunk rich plaidaud ligured Satin and Sars-
Bales Plains, c-aes best London Pins, Iri.1h ,John .4fabin, Jlfen.:in Chew, p ore, Meergungee, Jai Frocksoy, Choppa Ro- net 'inibbons,
Shectin"gs4.4 and 7 8 Irish Lr'. ,' d o.. a do. bales Vitamn Chancellor, i ;, ... anua, Foolpore, M.l- I f: BandranaH>a.d. do plain, black, white and pink I.. -*, : do.
of Herri, ANetsand Ca n in Sl es. i B ik.ewise, David'r -..', '; ,-irs- ..- 4i4 S!'A ; /,d g .aaCd Goldhiead M a- ... ; ,. ;,,i ,; 4 4,5 4 aud 6 4 t'. .. l' n. ill
S450 xes Window Glass, in ) feet boxes. "e. Johni e Co.wlly.e noodies ; t '11...C.n, ac.. 'J,. J L-. Veils, 4-4 and 6-4 t.;,,d Lace
>ash dvaneed on Goodc a,I ..nm d for sale, Philadelphia, Dec. 1st. 1810. Clittahilly, Fine, Jug ilk. China Ilandkr .r Nett ing,
ldov 7 ,.ptf dea, D3ca and Lucki- clfrfs, with and with- 4,4.4 and 6-4 plain black and white lace
--.. pore innftas; o I Nettitngs,
.-. ;-. ",- t AJ) StOr'y s* I* o) Beerbioom and Alia- ',It ... colored Sa rs.- trunk elegant artificial Wreaths, Flowers and
.Icn- .. -- -' AS for sale, atNo. S32, Hlaniover-street,oppo- bad Gurralhs; nets; Feathers,
Sn. 1f, rmRO rD- SIRAET, site Concert-Hall, in addition to his former Aliabad Chondoge- Sinc,.aws ; i do fancy silk Buttons, Coeds and Tassels,
AV i.' w' "yeV by toe Kingstnom n i-a supply, the tolowin:g GOODS, received oy thie iah; Se.ing Silks ; a do sc.-:ct, marr, blue drab and black Silk
i z.' ja", fr n I. .* i t r latest arrivals, viz. *o. o Chintz ri t sdn Shawis
Soi.1ro so- tieit of[ Gd-, c ousistingo 01 bales Broadc oths, blk Rc, .are GOOD,,. ieCrZtpOl'C Clintz ; Crimson Siwls Veivet,
Fcsrm t ls. D i l's-_'1iroadcloths blue, botte aid olive P:ain a ck altt white Aibabad, Foolporee, BlueNankits, &c. i box -s c black Sattins, and black and col-
C aieran. 's i o ad Fan- grfeta.colourd, all prie.- ilk iace, 3-i, 4-. ; -ALSO- Oured Silk Galloon.,,
Cey iusiercs; Mala arii. II ; I I &c. ; wt'icl es, from os3d to tedis. 5-;, (-id-, 7-4 and S- 4 c-ases first quality ipar ish Sewit, g .2 bales real .-uperfiae London black, blue, drab
e o y I 'ka-e .r piee nac gond terms. As per yard. ide-tIe blck is Silk-300 bags heavy Sumat; PEPPER. fashioab e green aad mixed Broadciathl,
S 'y r vg fre uppe wh ar 4 ba Cameres, blk. pincipallyofthedu- All of the-above Goods are entited to deben- seled particularly for retailing,
o t r c i by a artner in Iglad, good bar- on, ni eI e, tae g u d,'r cacls ture, and will be sold on esasonable terms, for bales fashiionablei high oloured London Kid-
r.m'nt ,.rbye a rt-erin -bro-ve, iand, inlo:ee g v- toaun rr -caicfates,d
gaina my bepcCteud ery shade, front. ,ihlit A few wviite L;;e Veil., approvetl paper. 3m Sept. _19. derminter Carpeting,
'-. .'o. 5 P diab to very deep lawn i at very reduced price li do Brussell; Carpetig,
S. A pp ton --art of the drabs and An clegant as-ortmnento Hat, Glove and Hosiery ar -ou tse, Vc ian Stair do.
P 3ar e1 .p et. h blacks are doiaic iil- coloured -ilk Il.aes, Nu 7, (North siaie,) C.,urt tiCe, bsa.e faicy Heartla Rugi
-; ESPECT'FUrLY acquaint their Friends and led, and ofthe veryist f tor dres cs, turban, 3 cacss men's and womnet,'s black and white
'Chstfm rs,. that th y have formed a cone ,quality ; hairlkerout niefd & -c-1 Ot Farrworsted ose,
tlon with Mr. NATH\N APPLETON,(late of baes .iazett, out ti- colours are ooint Farro 6 do white cotton Cambricks and Slhirtings,
the irm of iTiessrs-. & N..Appiron) and that very exch .ellet aort ree o outra, blue pink, 'TAVE received by the Kingston, fi om Lon. a dolaels,all colours, ine extra fine,
tti& rbu~ct s no f htnrS. il & t ctcd r- very exce lIet assort- greet, strawu, blue,,do.Flanaels,allcolorb .om extra ine,
their bu ne- in ftite will t-insated uner ,. i ,,, taw., o-range, hair h d I do fashionable Shaw;la,
thefe'm of PARS AK .R, APPIPETON & CO. r.,,,-E o. .:;, I.. brown, bright red, Gentliuen.'s superfinr wash- leather, diril 8 do Calicoes and Giughilams,
Ss'atc, scarlet, inaroo0, criiun.on, maroon and bl'cclk beaver ilats of fatn f itrk ti1, iint- i do plin and priterd l Bomba.zets,
p. --.. APPLE')N & CO. dilfea: shades of coqueico, andl will thile latest fashion, eicti. .!d wlhke kid I c-ae ladies' llng and short real Irish Limcr.
S., A road at-re, brown and bottle and conc lower than Can- Gentlenen's doe, buck (loves, ick and Nlhite Kid Gloves,
.. -: .: ours ; to il randri eavepr iovrs, Ladies, white, hinck
S aveI ust o'ecelved by the fblig- Care- ..:. -~ p.te.rn "I ase lae dae tine white Ibt L -ite .l k i I do men'., womvea' boys' and maids' leather
ne r TLivcr art t ir F n y 1 -. Br< i >b ottjl w c.s- en &rnl < s O vc, btarvIr I w ush-ifavn r received by the late arrieC
lne, from -.Live'poo', a part of their FatI snppy f -lankerchieits cottoert-lcre. lace clks entle&)n's t ,:rl-r'd, kh, fartri gloves,
c_ Ii-:-., 5"" .. which wi~l be ready for sa'e. c,'s 0 --4I lidls C'Ottonu I er. c ommoml & rcain- -i e't A r, i hrnd, -recei-sed / / the !a e arrivao ls,
----: l -> *--l r y r. ,,r1,,, : e back D)ihi&ies ; mrtlcei n's & L'lici i .. i r:bi Gloves ; rIt A it':'; r t Oruetlli ,-t of Cotrton, vr0041-
.. o,:: reasonable trms. .. low A qu iitvy of long pic- Gloves lined wilh C i..in's d. t s le, and Sik ds ll hicf ili hOt e sold on
auag rn pricd G4gllana; 1 ra1c Skeves; will be fleece, ...s n, and l k ,oodi, l il t which will be sold on
I case Ad- phi i'h:eads, solid very low Ladies' extra long tlelowest terms, for cash or cred t.
NIathan AppletOn, in soe, asorrtd [.aries' ws te silk Te above, wih what have been recently rc. p f
7'" t r-' ie to inform ihis Fiie!ids and the Curs t i4e cottoi i atdliw ic clocs ivl, iakl a .cu plete assorsmenl.of ,ioorla JtiS/ J.GeS.
i .i ."r ,f the late firm of S. & N. AppIk-ol l ricks, from i- Sd to 1 .cae incei's fine white in the above branches; allow" wiicli are offered .
te r he hles formed a connection ien haIs.iness with losa per yd ; grey, milled latu's or sale, wholesale or retail, at A moderate ad- PRA'TT & A1-DPREVS
M. O:.NIELP. PARKnRl and his brother, Mr.a woUl tsie. vance. 6wv Nov 1.. '
EB lN 'PPLETON, and that his business in fu- The above goods, together with a Ladies' London made Beaver lts and AVe received per the Ilapid, -n ubtin,
.tucre wit be conducted under thie firm of NA- complete assortment, wil be said be wholesale or
THAN APPLE 'ON"&- CO. for whom he would rectail,at the lowest prices, tor cash or approved .SBonnels. *asets of well charged 7-8 atd 4--4
solicit coatinuance of their favorss, credit. t Nov Ci. C aleb Hartshorn, rens Dpe, and iown i awns ofapprov
L. C' eed tfabricks.
NATHAN APPLETON & CO. Rich Lace Goods. ,Court-street, inoui sides ) ./eso, /'e iGleane',. f-m.Li-crpool,
IBT 'tItIS & ST-AS No 54 impsor d in tile Kingtwi, iot "Loco0n, Wiidbores; B:ombazets ; Baizes
N. 36, BroadStreet, ARVIS & STONE, No. 54., Cornhii, corner i s .ad .litionil a.scticnt or ecgat Ladies' d l' etS ; i s i
Have received Iy the Caroline, from Liverpool-- J of Court-street, have received by ti.e Kings- li.., and Bon"nets &c.--VIZ. common and 5. linnels r 1 cesse Coths
Broad:losths and Cassimeres ; Coat- ton, from London, and for sale- Ladie.' white Ulits ai.d ionnets, fuli trimmed, Ilt:atlcloths ; plain and ribhed Cassinerls ;
-ijaDo drab brown do mdo O, i inixeti Sati'ets ; Calicoes and Dimities, which
ings; DuDfils; Bai es and Flanrels Calicoes Eglergat white Lace and plaid Ribbons, Do btown do do do ; are oered on very lib eral terms by pickles or
Canibricks ; Dimoties; Tarquin Plaids; Buttens, Veils. 1 do rich white S.ttins, io bare brown do do do- ; 1 e l yakwrse,
l5.c. which will be ready for sale in a few days. Do Tippets and Van- Twilled Luist inrgs, Do blue do u do; A l1ew pieces extra fine double milled dri-b
taw. -. t- iai4m dikes, Double Sarsnets, Misses' do do do d do oirraileloths 4w no 13
Cora r.---- Forme Do 1-2 Hdkfs & Caps, Gold Muslins and g ,il D 0 drab .do do do s. 4 13
I Co : a ;-,A S nd GILMAN 1-2, 3-4, 4-4, and 6-4. embroidered e lC oes, Do brown & hare browso..to do: .ij.,'J PVa/'re.
h.i aI. ctormedand CINinOL- plain silk Nettings, Ladies' long and short Men's supoirine Beaver li u :
j I have ored a connection in wousi- I i DO patent do : .
nes "undicr thief rm of Do do bl.ckl fg-ured white and coloured Boys drab, drab green under, and brown Hats : o 1 I3az l1,
1-AiTiNGS & ', COLLAMORE, Netting', kid& beaver Gloves- And a most super assortment oofiluinio, of va- CR i/LL,
"'31.... 1, trunk plain -figured some extra ftie. I ri-isr coours. n COZ.MILL,
S ke ." onl arlboro'- qreet, ,;il ocer. a- Trabove with his former stoctmakes his as- ASlately received fro:n Liverpool nd Brtto,
for sala gter ii asstcrtmenito t o Extra long eand fine :3-.4, 4-4 and 5-4 mil- ortitent ery good, which i. ieicIds0 to stll on -r.c t i, fail sully of 11ARD 'ARk
or Chal, (lassand UCrtck:er Ware. white French kid led Welch Flannels, lie in")st advantageous tern,,. 3Sm ,ov 6 GOODS, among which are- a
Au0.7, (ra0. tf (-at. Gloves and Mits, some suitable fbr W window ass Storrass Kuttles copper and wr t-
1 trittn I -.,, rIndia gentlemen's p.orning ass Ore, Iron Tea-.Kc-.ot5 cast-iron Boilers; fish Ktes
1 ,qem,,va[l. mull .. -..i., ,Gons, No r-, Merclant's Row. rt'ed on, i racs; cat sicr, Also,
OSEPH LEE, i HE Y EE h.ve remov- Elegant broad white Speine blue, brown OSEPH DAVID ECKLEY, ave for sale, an itnr, h as arptr oo
cdfroa .o, Phi l, coloured French Sat- and green Queens' 8 boxes 7 by ,S, S boxes o1 by 9, ca'.t-lron. -'arct, brass Andironts rushe,, &c.
cd feom '.o r ,hiip it soidcigsto Ni6 (, i Ribbons, Cloths, .S do 7 by 61, ; ita do ao lv t.., (a Plass r, r the ,ma a. o
Corner of Broad anti Custom oue Streets- Do scarlet Imperial Plain steel, gilt, and 0o do 8 by 6, i I do 1o by I, Crh l l at oe Sanu ctory
whlrre'3re for sale$ y 1 Cn-hcit Oi sale, oidaL niai< o fa ctory
o blue, green, and bl'kt plated coat and vest do 8- by 7 16 do t by if pee, w4arrauiei equal to ti h best i pointed.
l00) Bales ienfaln Goods consistlug of Silk Velvets, Buttonsr, t 60 do 9 by 7, 28 do 6z by 10, -so-- ll0ceitcd the i( uth, from
Sannas, Cass, amoodes, Currahs, Baftas and ilank Modes and Eg- I Real gold-gilt military 3S do 1o by 7, 8 do by tI, B cl asrOd 'wter ; baxestCaie
Bandarnas. lish Satins, nicrLtonso, 80 do 1o by 8, s8 do 13 I-y to, Mouis. whichL breing I r,:n'.ignnter-t Iwli e sola
3o.bales tCrabh, Whiite is coloured silk [Plain anid Faaey, Chsi- o0 do ni by 8, io do 13 by Is, at :.ecaril advajin. cy the p;_ge.
so casks Bristles. 'Idkfs. i a and Glass do. 40 do ta by 9, 10 do 14 by I, r. t. Casi loait lorc coniOed trIsT.Lt
3.o0o lbb. Green Coffee, le-al snpei'ne plain 04o do 1s by 8, 14 do as by I2, De- 4 -.
0oo boxeof oav,'Ra Sugarrs. The above goods, widh a great variety of oth- 6o do 11 by 9, 23 do 16 by c3, -aid '\,'re.
ExcLIal,:ZO on New Oricans, for 3,000 ers, will be sold on sIne best terms ltr tcash or 50 do 1.3 by 9, io do 17 by 51, NIliv ,hloli; No. 2, io t
dollars-a qua,.tity of gunny Da's. dec ye credit. 4wcr nov 9 ito do ,4 by 9, .8 do iS by is, h rrics :^v re.-tiverd, ai.il eet fisr sa-l,
.. *NO.ICE. Thomas- C.. -mor- So do 4 by 0, do- 19 rt lrm -ti
P n:. W O ,,,. iThoti'na C. or O Go, 3o do t5 by io, 14 do '8 by de, IAi') WAi';lS. "
quashed IP e W INTWOTare Businviness, requestsn- Have for sale, At No. 38, India-wharf, 30 do 16 by co, s do io by. t, 120 bluidles Sheet Iron--50 casks;
all those to whom he is inebted citheir by note, '~ ENY pipes high 3d proof Cogneack Brandy, 45 do 16 by zz, 6 do 19 by 13, cast wagon and chaise 3Ioxes-10 do hiras Ket-
account or a.ceptarnces, to call oi. him and have O pipes old Hollands Geneva, -ALO les-SU0 doze.en Scive lottoms-20 bles Twine
the smeacidju.sted. and all those indebted to 4 punchccis 4th proof Jamaica Rumn, 170o boxes Tobacco Pipes; -100 casks rose. and clasp head .ails---Liver-
lim are also 'e i .t i... call and make settle- .pipes LP Mateira Wie, 25 crates Glass in sheets; pool CowGlss, c f nov 13
ment. epf nov 13 5o tierces Salmon, 70 six pound grape and round Shot rr
NTlC- i C.- ., ,,i,nu ,e.ur,.. Tobacco, Qactity of round Window Waights; iard W r 0 e.
D"ii. EI'iW ta -'r ''le remod T 18 .." ,I- U ,' le Cotton Cabooses, &c. Dec ir .f-ASKS of Irass Kettier ; bales of Saddler's
D""r.H .E ,Ls removed to No 18, 75 .ales pland Cotton, "e. e W oel bing; do oflrinccisy Cbe ksL et p te
| anitv.ir street, lately occupied by Dr. 150 bbia Superine l Jour. Osep Riley, sove ican ir aonal sie e, oC eeio i, ceda Ja r
Kast, ant:l exactly opposite to the Hon. John Cof- sao--,lthe cargo 'f ship S'unto, being'- ifr se 3 ceived per Caroline orm ginrol, anil Jane trri
fin J ieest. r.l.. ptf nov 27 160 tons Camoeachy Logwood- -s foc sale, No. 3, India street, Livcrpooi, are for saleoi good terms y W. & G.
'ie 160 tons CaUpeacAy Logwood. ,-cOW la ding, the cargo eof lschooner He.en, liUCKG ,,s lAN, No. i, ST4'E.-STREET'.
'he C ..J.LU --A, N MU-UM, dec4 1" consisting of Novtr.i epif
'TPRiLL fONT-STn EE'r y S'einOJg Phlipl Ammi on & O ocoo wt. Musaeovado Sugars, in blus. and hhds. .ai-. luat.
W ILL be opened every Day and Evening, lp A l Ol C 7 ehhds.W I Rum, good flavour. i OOD N & V lTING, No. 24,
V (Sunday excepted,) with MUSICK on tithe No. 3S, India-street, Have f0r sase -^R s lOODWNf& Ve il NG, NOs. 24,c
Grand Piano Forte and Organ. UST received 40 chests fresh Hyson skin Tea; oo pieces Ravens Duck, Long-wharf, have for sale, the cargo of the
:' lddulitiors -A large and val- 550boxes 6d-, 7-9 and P-lt Crown window Glass leo do Russia Sheeting, brig Cosstdlation, front Cadiz, consisting of-joo
O 1nableeV c o Scit r PYA IT n Pm ..- i oN o t so boxes whice and brown Havanna Sugar., hhds. Cadiz Salt, on board said hrig,lying near the
ad & executed by Seriptre PAINTINGS design. oie James River Tobacco ; 300 coils Grass Cordage and Cables, watch House, at the Long-wharf.
Valued at 4 s doRs-Admittance, f5 c Georgia Upland Cotton ; Ioo boxes Raisins, July q eptf.
valued a 4oo doil.-Admitta Drj -at- --,.1o an^d. C.pperas. Alluis ; -.ooo Coffe n 1,d 11 1 Hemp and Hides.


Portrait PAiN ltcoatinues to execute in his Window uGlass: kegs Tobacco, -
best style 3. usual accuracy.-Profiles also taken Hyson, I I%.-n rki.,t .Oid souchong Tea; 5 ks N ccoreel hi" tons clean F lemp, on board
correct, at his Room; adjoining thie MUSEUM.- Holsh'tl Gin; 50 is. e ship mentor, at India whar---5c00 dry Ox
Needlework, finished and eegantly fraed English sheathing Copper ; Country Gin and Brandy, and Hides, landing fr,m brig" Harti-t-for sale by
With dspateh' on-liberal terms. Hempand Bristes; ec. 4. 0 4yard Canas,utable for ending cloth. E NEZER STOCKE, Iow's whAil.
Hep nt Sia~c;Dec. 4. 1deere4 dec 11


SBooks, Siataionar-y, &c.
.T'ILLIAM ANDRLEW' at the Bos-
ceived, for sale, per the New, Oalen, and George
tronm L.ndon, a lai g srplSv -f
BOOKS, STATIONARY, &c.
Am"er the ,Boiks, (most of which are fele editioris
w!, pliv. r; and in superb bitdiligs) are the follow-
ing- viz. :
Big!and's World, 5 vols 8sto-- fh,-kesteesi' '.
works with Jehnsorn's and Stevens' Notes, 21 do
8vo-do Dallantyve's e.'iiih 1 do Svo-Jothn-.
son's Works, 12 do l2nio-Bacon's Works. 10 du
Svo-Thintsoni's Seasans'Sro-do 12nmo-Young's
Night Thughts, Sevo-do l'2nic-Campbell's Pleias-
uies of Hope, i2 o--alev's T-iiimli of T'mper,
1 2mo-Be tie's Minstrel, Iinmu-Waktfire;d's Bota-
ny, l2mo-Zinmemrnn on Solitude, 2 vols lfmo-
.Milton's Paradise Lost, 8vo-do t12mo-Pcpe's
WVorks, 6 vols ISmo-do 6 do 1 f-,1. Mit. -Y'i
Tacitus. 8 do 8vo-I-ntlai's Fludii., 2 .' i, --.
D'yden's Vitgil, 3 do Sv--Fu'ler's Letters, 12du-
Bvo-Anquetlt's lni telsat Il]t.torV, 9 do 8vo-.
Dobson's Life of Petraceh, 2 do I8mc-Watkinsm
Biogiaphical Dictioi d vy, 8vo-Jrnes' do 18 nio-
Pope's fhvmer's I'iad and Odys ey, 4 vols 1 '2 nio-
Gr,.iJm.i'. Weiks, '7 vols 1S mo-do Poems-,
h-...e-,-t I', 's l'S .I- ,. a -- .:. 1
m,- Stierne'd Works, 7 v ls r1 ....--. ti,.: .,h.'.j'l
Lentrs, 4 do 18 mno-Johnscn's Lives, 3 do ISmo---
Dieti..'ary of Polite Liieracme, 2 du 1l8ro-D, rt
.-,t ,. 4 vo l2moo-Tcm Jc.nes, 4 do l rmo- Gil
-i", .' ido 8vo--d" 8 do rr12m--Rcderick Random,
12mo-Arabian Nighte, 4 do Ilsmo-Castle of 0-
tranito. IdumoCottle's Alfred, 2 eo 12mio-Ecrno-
may of Life, 1 mo-Stephens' Lecturcs--Glover'e.
Leonidas, 2vp 2'?uo-auntei's Sacred biography, s
do 8 vo-NOwcoime's Minor Prqphet Svo-- ialIby's
llustration's, 8vo-DJddiidge's Lectuies, Qvo 8vo
-Porteus' Tracts, tvo-'l,,wnsend on Praver-
Jolnson's Prayeis--Hla ey's Jertmn'iah,
A.lso, the fallowqing .Spanish, French,- Italian and
P1-ortugueae IWork's, viz.
Newmian's SpatisAi Dietirncty, 2vo 87o-Gattell's
do-Mordante's Spaniih in rlinar-Fe iindiz d(Io
Exercise-Jofft's Spanish and French Grimmar-
Gramniamn for Spaniazds to eIain English-Exeicises
for do--V egra's Pt;tuguese Dfictinary,Grommar,
Exercises and Sle-ctions-Historia de Portugal-
new: i ',.-. -.. and Eiiglit (ifanmimar-- Vineronj's
Italian, tiinamma)'r-Batta I ir'a taliani Exercises-
Mottucrci's Itaii-an E. xtrri s---P'edc.re's Italiau,
Iieuch e and a ng!ish Gr>mntil'-iBattatelii'(s do-
i I F'ch ,)Dictnay- Nugent's do-i.i .u-
rbaud's Ftrenlc Grarmatl- -xcrcisesand Dialogues
-- "'- ." .. -l .,'; Frenchi Spelling Kot k
1 ." p. I. I- lI 1 I.I mtsaile,
Anlachares Abretn I .. I i ,. *, arte
asteiuo -cntol tutialf3 r a ,. .. L., ;i.i,,,.. 'di-.-
tions, &c. -
SSTA'iIONAR.Y, Icr,
Stipeifine wove, nt.,l pre'.r d, Plain and gilt Letter
Paper-snjpierefltn dairy, medium, riyal atd imn-peri-
al wove Drkwing do-ieeve's and Woodyel'stboxes
of WaPm r Colours-dt do with locks and drawers--
/Newirlpn's d-'-dratwing Desks, with complete ap-
parartus, eor.Tm &c-boxes of Chalksandi Cr'aycis--.
Stuemps for Chai;ks-siltl p-tc Csayons-camel's.'
hair Pen.'ils--ivcry l.pe,-; .lin go-a dt-silver do
a--antc; sil Id -col red Papen'-chalk and cray.
on d:-India Rubben-blael,, white and- red Chalk
-M.Mrocco, Paper-enmbossed message Cards-gilt
d.--an'.beo'r Needles and Caser -portahie Writing
Desks, vith and i...in I- ti t .,,. -.pp rA tus-ivory',
bone ;anJ woud 'i -..r..:,- -.: Pencil Cases-
Aaroqr's arrnaused black tend Pencils-Ch3mical
Wash Bal's-Davidsoni's violet scented Soap-Mtid-
diewovlds d.-Clark's indelible pcinianent Infk-
Aughtie's wartautcd Tooth Brushes-Wise's steel
Pens--ivny Coritns--loitser d--M ic atical IIn-
strument'-H-ack Gammoui Tables--9 and 12 inch
Terre.stIta and Cleslial iGlobes. A'so, a large sup.
ply oft (Q :ills .1 different i ... .- by the tllhiudand.
or sbmalJ,'r quantity. Dec 7

Hkiiry's ChDemlistrV, 3.,o'.i.d. Ameri-
can Fdition, irirlcst d.
just published, and for sale by WIILIAM
al ANDREWS, at the Bostoi .Eok orex' '-o 4,
Corchill plric 3 dol50 oets.
A's l me of Exper.inental Chem-
istry, in tlhre' par, ts.
Part r-intended tr faciliate the acqui'sition
of th..bnieai K:'.owiedge, by Minute instruction
for the Per(ornmance of Experiments.
Part a-Dhiection. for the Analysis of Mineral
Waters ; of Erthi and Stones ; Metal ick Ores ;
and of Miineril .kodiee, in general. And ,
Pert 3 In,-trmctions for applying Chemical
arid re-agents to various useful purposes.
Ey WILLIAM HENRY. M. D.
1Mehmber of th i -oi al Mvedical and Nat. Hist.
Soeic. of Edi nburg; t'e Pihys Soc. of Jena ; the
:.ritt A'ein. oct ; and Vice President of he Lit.
and Phil, Soc ofManchestcr.
Theie second Aierican, from the fifth E. glish E-
dition, illustrated with plates. '
---TO wHICH ARE ADODED-
Noate Mon various snbiect's-Observations on
Metats, Miincs, Mining, iMcctl nr;ay, and on the
A-tificial Prrparation of Mineral Waters-an Ac-
count of the New Discoveries of Professor Davy
anid the French Chemists,and of Meteorick Stones,
&c.-witrh a Frontirpiece i it.,. .- the Phro
,nmtick Cistern of Yale Colle c.., By B Siiliiati,
"iaofessor of Ch.-mistry, t'c. at Yale College.
-Also, lor sa e as above-
A f w copies of Aulies WOIRKS, be-
ing the remains of the present edition.-Price 3
dol 5o cts. dic 3

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added a lndex-By SAMUEnI'IrFa.MA, E.sq. Cont.,
pilecr of the Town Ofli.cr, Probate Auxiliary, and
Amnerican Clerks' Macazine, Thiird edition, much
in prov.d."'
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; rt'r sale by' THOMAS & ANDREWS, No 4n,
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Edinburgh Review, No's 29, 30,
ani -3.


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