The repertory
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Title: The repertory
Uniform Title: Repertory (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Physical Description: v. : ; 51-53 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John Park
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: January 25, 1811
Publication Date: 1804-1811
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 58 (Feb. 3, 1804)-vol. 8, no. 52 (June 28, 1811).
General Note: Publisher: J. & A.W. Park, 1809-1810.
General Note: A statement from the editor published under this title was issued Jan. 25, 1804, but apparently does not constitute an issue of the newspaper.
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The Repertory,
Is Piiblished TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, by
JOhN JV '.K, in the E',-st Chamber, OL;
SA rc re lousE..... O.''ON, (Mass.)....1811.
1. Foua DoLi.sns p Es A xsts,two ir advance
on suisriliig....12. cents single. Distant
S.tbsc.'ibcrs' mustforward a YEAR'S subscrip-
tion, in advance. r
2. No subscription can be received for a less
term than six MoONTrIS.
3. No paper will be discontinued until asrrearta-
ges are settled, unless the account be put in

Commonwealth of M3assachusetts.
MadtnssExX, ss. To the Honourable Justices
of the Court ofG ommon Pleas,holden at Cam-
bridge, within and for said County, on the
.mf!utlty next, preceding tihe third Tuesday of
December, in the year of our Lord, eighteen
hutudredl and ten.
T HE petition of Jo.niAH ADAMs, of Framing-
ham, in said County, Gentleman, Guardian
unto Beisey Haowe, a minor, under the age of 21
.years, humbly shews :-
That said minor is interested in com-
mon with certain other persons to your Petition-
er, unkr,:i -1", il. fA.l.., l.g. described real es-
tate, '. ,a t a..ct:] I'r-,-n, situate in Marlbor-
ough, in said County, being the farm on which
,aron os-wie, father of saitt minor, lately lived,
beginning at the south-westerly corner of the
,, -;o:s-z; ,',Y land formerly owned by Moses Gill,
L;1q it L leap of stones and running northerly
by said land,to land now or late of Gersham Big-
daow jun. at the corner of the walls ; then north-
easterly by said land of said Bigelow,to an heapn
of stones; then i ., ii,.i-- .i' ei 1 I, '. L i La-,d of said
Bigelow, a1.d land now or late o Peter Rice, to
a heap of stones ; thence northeasterly by said
i.nd of said Rice, and land now or late of Phin.
eas J'lfwe to a black uak trre marked ; thence
southeasterly by land now or late of Abraham
Ao'a-; and John 11ow7, to the brook ; thence about
one rod by land now or late of A/sa 11ow 'to the
corner of the fence ; thence southeasterly by
said land of said Asa How to a heap of stones ;
thence southewaterly by said land of said Asa to
a heap of stones, by land now or late of John
Hjow, thence i,',.' ._.i.tl, and westerly by.
said land of sa'." i..,, I'I.. to stake and stones;
thence northwesterly by land now or late of A/a
Heow to a heap of stones at the fence near the
brook thence 'iialn-..irl by said land of
said Asa Howv to a stump and stones hy the
road or common land ; then running by said
road,or common land, and land of Moses Gill a-
foresaid to the bound first mentioned.
And your petitioner alleges that said
minor is seized of in fee simple, and claims to
hold, in common as aforesaid, one moiety of
said real estate saving the dower therein,which
has been set off to the widow of said Aaron
Hlowe; that it would be nuch for the benefit of
said minor that her said share should he parti-
t ioned and set off from the' rest, to holid to her
in severalty ; wherefore your petitioner prays
this Houneurable Court tp cause thie same to be
oi.tre i's n .nreer .*nA i'm :,' the law in such

JOSIAH ADAMS, s to sad
-.....n .----,

Connnonwealth /f lassachusetts.
Min esEsJx, sS. Court of Common 'Picas at
Cambridge, Decemker term, 1810.
On the Petition aforesaid, orde-red,
that the said Josiah YSdams notify all persons in-
terested tlerein, to appear at the next term of
lisis Court, to be holden at Concord, within and
for the County of Middlesex,.on the Monday
next, preceding the third Tuesday of March
next, by publishing an attested copy of his said
petition, and il, ';.der thus.:m,, 0a the Reperto-
ry printed in .' s.i.'i, tlii.:-,: I,- :, successively,
the last publication to ibe 30 days at least before
the sitting of said Court, that they may then
and there shew cause (if any they have) why
the prayer thereof should not be granted.
Attest, AB'M BIGLOW, Clerzk.
A copy of the Petition and order,
Attest, A. BIGLOW, Clk.
Boston inc Insurance
IN conformity to the act of incorporation, the
Jl President and Directors of the Boston .1'Marine
Insurance Company, give notice, that their Capital
Stock amounts to Three Hundred Thousand Dol-
lars ;--and that they receive proposals, and m.ke
Insurances upon Vessels, Freight and Goods, a
against captivity of persons, on the life of any per.
son during his absence by sea, and on money lent
upon bottomry ;--not exceeding thirty thousand
duilar, i any one risk.
Jan 3S,3Srt. B -W I Co.
IS hereby given, that the subscriber has been
1 duly appointed Administratriz on the estate
Mariner, late of Boston, in the County of Suf.
folk, deceased ; and hath taken upon herself
that trust by giving bonds as the law directs :
aid ail persons having demands upon the estate
,of the said Joseph Raymond, are required to ex-
hibit the same ; and all persons indebted to the
said estate are called upon to make payment to
Boston, Dec. 31, 1810. (q) jan 4
'jS hereby given, that the subscriber has been
duly appointed Administrator on the estate
late of Boston, in tLhe County of Suffolk, deceas-
ed ; and has taken upon himself that trust by
giving bonds as the law directs; and all per-
sons having demands upon the estate of the said
deceased are required to exhibit the same; and
all persons indebted to the said estate are cal.-
led upon to make payment to
Boston, Jan. 4, 1811.
I-S hereby given, that theScbscriber has been du-
Sly appointed Administrator of the estate of
late of Boston, in the County of Suffolk,Esquire de-
ceased ; and has taken upon himself that trut, by
giving bonds as the law directs. And all persons
having demands upon the Estate of tui said Ed-
ward Gray are required to exhibit the same; And
al! persons indebted to the said estate are called up-
un to make payment to
.un t PETER THACHER, Adm'r.

Thomas Pollock, I t
No. S32 Coumt seet, Oposite West ow, o TH PRTORY
"lEGS leave to ilorm lhis Friends and thme Publ-
B. lick, that he han iiw a fwv of his PATENT To L-.HI T.--
STOVES ready for sale, at J;T ..i 1 Oie-ALSO, ,
a (ew Therusometers, made by one of the best ai,- The first time 1 sawyou, I thought you were
i ts in London. ALSO, pretty,
A complete assortment of Factory Your dear little ringlets so artfully curl'd
ds and complete assortment y, actor Your teeth were so white, and your eyes were
Goods and CotLten Yarn, of the bent qusity, which so jetty
will fie i 'd on the must moderate terms, wholsA:e I thought you the-prettiest thing in the World
or retail. : ALmO,
Calicoes, Ginghams, Shawls. Pocket And when,my dear Mary, you whispered st
Hdkfis, Bandannas, aInia Cottons, l3umbazets,cot- sweetly,
toin Cambricks, table Cloths, nAn's embossed and Your smiles were so beaming with lovely de
patent wiie Threads-white and coloured Cotton, light
in hanks snd balis-white ichael anid supefline Nee. You sung too so softly, and caper'd so neatly,
dies, best London Pins, silver, metal and tailor's I thought, y dear girl, you had conquer't
Thimbles, Scissors and Penknives, ladies' and gen-ght, my dear girl, you had u
, -.- ,'. ,....k.-i B.,..',. slbit Buttons, gilt and met- me quite.
aid '-., I 1 k a.id Twist of anl cblours,. elvet,
satmi and lusintg Ribbln-qualityv Bidingd Tape, I hear'dyour dear prattle with amorous pleasure
Bobbin, ladies' and gent lemeni's Gi.ves, i.n.i, But caught not a word, for your face was si
cotton anud worsted 'lsI and half Hose, Mitts, fair,
worsted and wo.o'eni Yari of various colours-and a That 1 said yes or no, while you talk'd without
number of other articles, all of which will be sold measure,
on the lowest terths, wholesale or detail, for cabh er And gaz'd at the Cupids, that played in you
approved credit. 4,v Jan. .8. hair.

L unt & Leach But w!en I first kiss'd those dear lips, that con
No IS India wharf, Have for sale, You drew out my heart, as you dret in you
-WENTY twns Clean Hemp ; bieath;a
1T 00 pieces Russia DudC ;' breath
2' 0 do. ShReeings ; And while for my crime with a sigh I repented
100 do. do (1leache'd); I thought for a moment 'twas something lik
.150 do. Ravens Duck ; death.
200 Hhds- James River Tobacco ;
S Bales Russia Diapers ; I told you Ilov'd you, indeed I believed so,
50 Calf Skins a But, alh, my dear girl, I was certainly wrong
300 Bli!s No. 1 Beef It was nought but the ardour of youth, that de
-, Fi' P cfi ; ceiv'd so,
',, Coil.o : ce. Cordage; And i plidl, l'irried my reason along.
I.Cabse Hatts. ja
D Pay n 'r Holbro k Dear innocent Mary, preserve what IHeave youe
ayson & HolUrooky Your virtue be yours,'and reflection be mipe
No. 5, T, Have for sale, For cups, fili'd with nectar, I would not deceive
FOURthousand qnts. Codfili,of asuperiour qual- you,
ity, suitable for European and W. I. markets Adieu then, dear girl, for I ne'er can be thine
-800 qnts. scale Fish-.50 qnt.s dun Fish-shop "S."
Fish--Salmon, and Tongues and Sounds in kegs for ...
shipping- 1000 hhds coarse Salt; Beef, Pork, &c. atK B r
&c. Jan 18 e )tdte

Thos. C. Amory & Go. .MESSAGE
Nos India wharf for ale From the President of the United States trans
No 38 I eia wharfp Have for sale, emitting copies of a letter from the Ministe
R ECEVED per ship Bellona, Irom St. Peters- Plenipotentiary of the United States, to the
e of Shtigs, and Secretary of State, and of another from the
10 bales of Ravens Duck. Jan 18 same, to the British-s.ecretary for roreig,
John T. Sargent. To the Senate and house of epresentiaives of th
No 40 India wharf, Has for sale, United Statea.
A Few pips C..isi Brandy and Holland Gin, I transmit to Congress copies of a letter fron
A oo kegs of very superior manufactured To- the minister plenipotentiary ofthe United States
hacco-which dealers in that article are invited to at London, to the Secretary of state, antnd of a
call and inspect. jan g8 another from the same to the British secretary,

T WENTY hhds V.irdvard Island
RA um-for sale JOH tN I.0 N ADAMS,
No 36, Lon.e wharf. Jad 18
Iron, Copper, &c.
T- 1' 1;- I tI" tons assorted Stietd--s Iron-Sheathing
SColpper-Coppcer BqIts and Nails-for Yale at
No 5, in.ha hr.arf, by RIICHA ODS & J")O.:'.S
Exchange on New York, at short
sight, and at 60rday. J',n 18
Elegant Glass.
T HE Subscribers ate now opening an assortment
of enegart GLASS, coiisistiig if
D,ecanters, Tumblers, Wines, Jellies, Cumtards,
Lemonades, Distns, Jugs, Sallads, Lamps, Salvers,
&c. &c. which, with otherarticles in their line, will
be sold at low prices, at No 48, Mar;borough street,
and No 80 Middle street.
Cheap Ribbons.
JOSIAH DOW Joy's Buildings, Cornhill Square,
Shas received an Invoice of
Black and white lustring Ribbons-
which lie.offers for sale quite low. Jan 18.
Mock TortoiseShell Combs.
UST received, I trui.kcontaining,
150 doz Horn COMBS, of a superior quality,
and of the most fashianable patterns, for sale at
at H. H. TUCKEERMAN'S, No 19, Cornhill.
Jan 18
Merino Sheep.
JUST received by the brig Eliza and Lydia,
from Lisbon-
5 i.ams and 50 Ewes, accompanied
with undoubted certificates,that they were pur-
chased of the Prior of the Royal Monastery of
Guadaloupe, & are of the true warranted breed
ofthe Leonese trashumante Flock-for sale by
THOMAS THlAXTER, No 68, Long-Wharf.
A.1so-The cargo of said brig, consisting of
Lisbon SALT. In Store,
St Domingo Coffee, entitled to debenture-
James River Tobacco, &c.
Exchange on London. ian 18

F every description, from a Box to a Car-
go, undertaken, by application at DEqR-?-
BORN's A LANCE FACTORY,near the wes-
tern end of the Theatre-where a supply of
proportional Balances (and apparatus with late
improvements) of every size from one pound to
Ten Thuusand, is constantly ready for sale.
I A special Apparatus is ust completed
for weighing Hides and other bulky articles
whereby very great despatch is produced,
dec 18 tf
OCT.T. PARSONS, Surgeon Dentist, from
London, respetfully informs the inhabitants
of Boston and its vicinity, that he will wait on
them, in the line of his profession, at all hours, ei-
ther at their own houses or at his usual place of re-
sidence, No 53, Newhury-street. Every opera-
tion will be performed according to the most ap-
proved and easy method and its utility warran-
ted-Advi(e gratis. 6w dec 14
Copartlzership )Dissolved.
HE firm of GAY & CLARK, is by
T mutual consent this day dissolved.
Needham, Jan r5th, i8gt. q (jr8)
SIX or eight Gentlemen of the General Court
who wish for Genteel Board in a private fam-
ily, in a central part of the town, may be aecom-
modated Repertory Office. cp3t jan 9,Z

of Forcnnn A[I'.,: I. -

January 12th, 1811.







oai sox, -sov. 5, 1810.

1 have presented a second note of which a
copy is enclosed, to Lord Wellesley on the sub-
ject of the orders in Council, under an impres-
sion the state of the king's health (!or which I
beg to refer you to the paper herewith trahs-
mitted) did not render it improper S. that if it
was improper on that account, it was indispen-
sable on every other.
The day had gone by when the Berlin and

been forced upon him, whenever the enemy
should retract the principles which had render-
ed it necessary," and added .an official assur-
ance that, "whenever the repeal of the French
decrees should have actually taken effect, and
the commerce of neutral nations should have
been restored to the condition in which it stood
previously to the promulgation of those decrees
his majesty would feel l-: i sirhe., s,'ASif.;tion
in relinquishing a system ,'-l-, li tre ,:5-,iJu.:t of
the enemy compelled him to adopt."
With.-ut dkF,[i;n i ,'r.,i) rlde-ree, from my
first opiniuii, that the UnLa-t. ... 1i-:Is had a right
to expect, upon every principle of justice, that
the prospective revocation of the French de-
crees would be iriamTds l :, t;ll.,',,e.l lyatleast
a like revocation of the orders of England, I
must remind your Lordship, that the day has
now passed when the repeal of the Berlin and'
Milan,edicts, as communicated to your lord-
ship in the note abovementioned, and publish-
ed to the whole world by the g tvernmenit of
France, in the Moniteur of the 9th of Septem-
ber, by the terms of it, to take effect. That it
has taken effect cannot be doubted ; and it can
as little be questioned, that, according to the
repeated pledges given, by the British govern-
ment on this point, (to say nothing of the varmi-
ous other powerful considerations), the prompt
relinquishment of the system to which your
lordship's reply to my note of the 25th of Aug-
ust, alludes, is indispensable,
I need scarcely mention how important it is
to the trade of the United States, that the. gov-
ernment of Great Britain should lose no time
in disclosing with frankness and precision its
intentions on this head. Intelligence of the
French repeal has reached America, and com-
mercial expeditions have doubtless been found-
ed upon it. It will have been taken for grant-
ed that the British obsi ructions to. those expe-
ditions, having thus lost the support which how-
ever insufficient in itself, was the only one that
could ever be claimed for them, have been
withdrawn; and that the seas are once more
restored to the dominion of law and justice.
I persuade myself that this confidence will
be substantially justified by the event, and that,
to the speedy real of sudhi orders in council
as were subsequent in date to the decrees, of
France, will be added the annulment of the an-
tecedent order to which my letter respecting
blockades ;-, i.'l,11 relates. 1' r i. ,,..airl.
standing the circumstances i-.,':lh i'i,.e i., -,i :i
a course,, the .Brititsh government shall have de-
termiited-Itrorvo remove those obstructions with
-.-Mlp-racticable promptitude, I trust that my
go, ernment will be apprised, with as little de-
lay as possible, of a determination so unexpect-
ed, and of such vital concern to its rights and
interests ; and that the reasons upon which
that deletermiation may have been formed, will
not le withheld front it.
I have the honour to be,
With Igh consideration,
My lo lrd,,
Your lordship's
Most obedient,
Humble servant,
(Signed) WI PINKNEY.

Sational L legislature,
Mr. Picketing in his defence.
The following is Mr Pickering's justification
of his views in reading in Senate, a letter
communicated several years ago, to that body,

Milan decrees were to cease to operate, accornt- ..... .. L-. i1 ...... .
ing to thae communication made by the gv<.'- ,N SlPJV1TE-JAN. 2. As to the documents which I read, the .reason
mentof France to the Ameritan tmini'er >at Mr. PICKERING-Mr President, When I of the rule isat an end. And with gentlemen
Paris, antl published in the official journal jof' came to the Senate this morning, I did not know of tie hbar, the maxim is familiar : THAT
that government : and yet no step w'acesver has that any gentleman would speak either for the HI'E TI 'EJISON OF THE L.lF CEA.
been taken, or apparently thought of, towards purpose ofpostponing a decision on the ques- SE\S,3TJIE LATV I"'-SELF CE'.ISES- If there
the revocation of the British order. I had re- tion now under consideration, cr of explaining has been a violation of the rule, it is of the let-
ceived no explanation of the reason of this it ; or take any ground for mty vindication. All te' only ; and to this another law maxim ap-
backwardness, and no such assurance, looking i that has been said with those views was withont plies ; h/e sihos sticks in the letter, sticks in the
to the future, as could justify an opinion, that omy previous knowledge. The gentleman from bark-I will quote one more maxim, from a
it would not continue. Lord Wellesley's letter Connecticut (Mr Dana) has taken the ground higher authority "The letter killeth, but the
of the 31st of August, which I had left unan- on wiIict I meant to i.st my dlfence ; and his spirit giveth lif-."
swered till after the 1st November, that I might observations may therefore be thought to super- With these observations I will close. They
stand on the strongest possible ground when I sede any of my own. But not thinking of such appear to imle, and I did trust they would have
did answer it, made no profession of being a support, 1 had endeavoured to recollect what appeared to the Senate a complete vindication.
present measure, and (though from obvious mo- passed on the first day the West Florida bill
ties I have not so represented it in my note to was under discussion, and which gave occasion IOLSE OF REPRESEETXdTIVTE8.
him,) was vague and equivocal as a prospective to the production of the papers, the reading of'
pledge.-It defined nothing, arid was so far from which is now the subject of censure. To re- ONDAY JAN. 14.
warranting any specific expectation, that it peat what I recollect mnay not be useless; A message was received from the Senate with
seemed rather to take away the very little of The geitlemain from Vermont on my left,(Mr a bill, which had passed that body, for the re-
precision which belonged to former declarations Bradley) on taking up the bill, and advocating liefof the heirs of Gen. A. Wayne.
on the same point. It was highly important to the rule of the U Stales to West Florida (-', ich A communication was received from the D.:-
the commerce of .he United States, that this is assumed as the basis of the bill) referred to apartment of State, containing a list of tie nam-
ambiguity should be cleared away, with all the papers relating to the negotiation for the of those who were the authors of useful irven:-
practicable expedition, and if it could not be purchaseof Louisiana; and asserted that the tions, pursuant to Mr. Bacon's resolution, pas-
removed, that no presumption should be at- French ministers had. then stated to those of the sed some time since.
forded of a disposition on tihe part of the Unit- United States, (Messrs Livingston and Monroe) Also was received, a communication fro-m the
ed States to acquiesce in it. My note to Lord and induced them to believe, that Louisiana Navy Department, relative to the con'rnacts masd
Wellesley was written and delivered upon these comprehended West Flo'ida. To this I answer- by the Secretary of War, and those made by the
inducements. ed, thit I was satisfied thie gentleman was mis- Purveyor of public supplies during the year
In the king's actual situation, the orders in take.; that I hibd some recollection ofthos p,.- 171.l
council can scarcely be formally recalled, even pers ; and that they would show the idea -r Also was received, a cosrmuntiication from ithe
if the cabinet are so inclined; but it does not West Florila being comprised in the purchase Secretary of the Treasury, I. e' '.. n monies
follow that something may not be done thoughh of' Louisiana to have been an aftier-tlcught of paid to the Consuls, &c. of i. United Statese in
I have no reason to think that any thing will ie our ministers, some time subsequent to the con- bre-igin parts, for the benefit of the seamen of
done), which may be productive of immediate clusion of the treaty. 1 also repeated, from my United States.'
advantage, and at any rate prepare the wy for recollection, tin )bserviation of our ministers on Mr t',eyblert presented' another petition for
the desired repeal. the occasiou-that if Ieslt F'lorid a wIs compre- the renewal of the charter of the United Statsss'
I have the honour to be, headed, the purchase would be an much the more Bank-treferred to tie committee of the whole
With great consideration, Sit, valuable. I sail alsothiat prior to the purchase, house, to whom has been referred the bill on
Your most obedient Louisiana and West Florida were considered as that subject.
IHumble servant, distinct territories ; and for the proofI referred Mr. Seybert also presented a petition, praying
(Signed) WM. PINKNEY. to a letter from Mr Tadlcyrand to General Arm- for an additional duty on impurted lead ishot--
ion Robert Smith, ) strong, in consequence of his application of the referred to tlhc committee on Commerce and
Secretary of State,' s favourable iaterposition of the F'rench govern- M:aniufactures.
P. S. This letter is written in great haste, menit to induce Spain to cede to the U States Mr. Macon introduced a resolution (which
that I may send it to Liverpool by thisevening's both lie Floridas ; and I stated that the reasons was adopted):._',.: .n.t lie Presidentt of thels
mail. W, P. contained in that letter appeared so convincing, United States, I .) 1. :..r-. the house, an esti-
--- on both si'ies of the Senate, that every mouth mate of ihc sums necessary to finish the capitol
Mr. PINKNEY t0 Lord WELLESLEY. was shut, as to West Florida. -distin'guishing for enach wing', and the central
SIn this manner' those documents were origin- contemplatedd in the original plan) and what
Great Cumberland Place, 3d NAov. 1810. ally referred to ; and alto' they 1lad been con time is necessary to complete the same-and al-
sY L OnaD, fidentially communicated, which no gentleman so what suns have been exp-ened-arid what
In my note of the 25th of Aigust, I had te who was a member of' the Senate in 1803 and debts arc now due, upon that n subject.
honour to state to your Lordship, that hIad re- 1805 could have fr ,. L. ; yet this plain and Mr. Mitchell presented thle loctitLion of te
ceived from the minister plenipotentiary of the public reference to them passed without ob. Merchant's Bank in New York, ibor the mrenew"al
United States, at Paris, a letter, dated the 6th jection. In fact, as no negotiatioti was pending, olthe Bank of the United States.
of that month, in which he informed me, that as we had no minister at lany foreign court, to The house resumed the consideration of the
he had received from the French government be affected by the disclosure, there existed no bill respecting the adcnissi in of the Orleans ter.
a written and official notice, that it had revok- .reason- for concealment; and I could not con- ritory into the Union.
ed the decrees of Berlin and Milan, and that side the papers any longer under the seal of se- Mr. Pitkin (on the question shall the bill pass)
after the first of November,those decrees would crecy, and that to have recourse to them to as- concluded I> ,,,I .i., which he began the otl.-
cease to have any effect'; and I expressed my certain material facts, and whether the memory er day, ( n *ih lie v'- interrupted) which
confidence, that therevocation of tile British of the gentleman from Vermont or my owyn was went to .s..1 ,l. u.l.:.l-.- ,, .1, undetermined west-
orders in council, of January and November, correct, would be a palpable" departure from' erm boundaries of that territol y-Mr. Johsi o t
1809, and April, 1809, ans of all oti.r orders, the rules., therefore openly referred to them. replied-after which Mr. Quincy spoke sg:irst
dependent upon, analogous to, or in .execution But, sir, on Monday, last, when the bill was a- the passage ofthe bill between two and three
of them, would follow of course. gain taken up, and before I read the papers in hours, in which he demoinstrat.ned most ably atni
Your lordship's reply, of the 31st of August, question, I gave some details, to show how the conclusively, that the house hid no right by tI.n-
to that note, repeated a declaration of the Brit- negotiation relative to Louisiana had originated, constitution to p'.-ss the bil!.-Thliec hb: sis rf is
ish minister in America, made, as it appears to I stated that the U States ha-.'iilr the right to argument was that the parties to s lta ins ;;;.,
the government of the United States in Febru- navigate the Mississippi, the3, ;,. -.-;', acquired never intended or cuntemhidatcd the cadmis'hsiI
ary, 1808, of" His majesty's earnest desire to the right of deposit for our merchandise and ef- of any other Slates into the Ur a, than nl-wh .t
see the commerce of the world restored to free- fects at New Orleans, by our treaty with Spain ; cou'il he composed of the thin t 'ited Ststes, ,e'
dom, which is necessary far its prosperity, and that at a subsequent period (in 1801 or 1802) the Tcrr;tory ti'en b,-ln;in" to t!le Units-it
, his readiness to abandon thlt system which had this rightof deposit was disputed, and th nayv- Slates. In shlewing th;a. ift; intioi. soui;t

igation obstructed. I remarked,that to recover
our rights different pi'e'jects wero suggested;
on one side it was pr.i,p.:.- to resort to arms
on the other to take a pacific course s that the
latter being adopted our ministers we're in-
structed to negotiate with France for the phr-
chase of New Orleans and the Floridas, or for
such part thereof as could be obtained ; that
the purchase of Louisiana had never bern eon-
temnplated. And to show the error of the gen-
tleman from Vermont, on the first discussion, I
t turned to a. letter froni our ininisters, dated the
7th June, 18031 more than five weeks after the
treaty had been concluded ; and read a passage
to prave what I suggested on the first day'?
discussion, that the idea of West Florida being
comprised in the cession of Louislana, originat-
ed with them, and not with the ministers of
France. I next proceeded to read the letter of
Mr Talleyrand to General Arinstrong, of thea
21st of Dec. 1904, which prodiucted the powerful
effect already mentioned, when first read int the
Senate; 6 years ago.
Having proceeded thus h r--it'cr! -y ; having
particularly described each paper before I read.
it ; I presumed every gentleman ofth.. Qci it
who had been a member in 1803 anrid 15i53 nri-.,
distinctly what the papers were : and parceiv-

ing no objections I could only suppose that tile
Senate acquiesced, and its tact were desirous of
hearing them retfad.
But,sir,it has been said by more tlhvi. ,no 7.'i:n .
tleman, that two resolutions for the production
of all the papers, of which I read a small part,
had been offered and rejected. It is very true ;.
and Jil.- gleman from Maryland (Mr .i.,h i
has, I b-ihes, correctly stated why they were
rejected : not that the Senate were determined
to shut their eyes against all evidence ; but be-
cause they thought our title to West Florida to
be clear,; and they would not spend time ins in-
vestigating it. It was not that these papers were
to be locked up forever but that members were
so well satisfied of the title, they wanted no fur-
tht r ii'ir -..t.. n r.i.:i i ...-4 it.
h1 7 -.uil : i mr ti ...in ..i n h Carolina (Mr Tay-
lor) has stated my having put myse?fon the is-
sue of fact ; and taken the ground of justifica-
tion. It is very true; and that c.al ,i-i ',=.
same discussion took place, I ..;.,-. i, .,. '. .-
moment, what appeared to me a substantial rea-
son why the documents should be read. I have
Snow explained the grounds on which I proceed.
ed ; and really cannot but think they will prove
a sufficient justification.
The gentleman from Maryland (Mr Smith)
said, on Monday, that there would be no ohie-
tion to the publication of the papers -. h i
read ; and that ifleave had Leen asked to read
them, it would doubtless have been granted ;
Then, sir, no harm is done. What is the reason
of the rule in .i;..ni ? Its object is to prevent
the disclosure ot any facts which the public in-
terest requires to be kept secret. And what is
the real state of st e c-...: '.- .. i .. "--. r '.' r, ? *
JI .... i.i:. I 1 r ,1 .. ti-. rs .' .-.m e papers
.. ..., .- ,. -I ,' I e, I a su b-
ject concerning whi c -ttiare is no. .. ; .
depending in relation to any i- -.. ... ...
any mmi ster abroad ; andin ,h. i,.,,. ;..
ing any longer requi: ..- ....., ; ,- ..,
the reason Ifr this ruic .- : i.-r ,.e s e-.,.-
ed ; it did not apply -.. e [ ie,- N.. -t re
secure s I ': l. ct .% .r i. .. .
M ad e i -,j .. -i t : 'p.,: i.,, ,1.. .. ..[| .
m ark lc. I .. ,i .. *..in.s h;,-l,. i ,,,. 1 J I
irrpro .-,' l., [. .'. .r'., hl',, d.'.i- ',.r, prove .
Ccertaiil. i n.jt II.p. p e.i I., ivtilge
what required confidence. And, so far as I
went, I really conceived that l was proceeding
with the aliVrobbtljisn of thie penfate.

-b e ). l;,ai' im-ect i It :n ir 'm h : e' o p ic' so'ir ri sdirr s, 1S,- .. i,1,t. t mth e iUis "n c b y the
- .;, hivi d from i *t.iir oigal; ons to imaintaini- Baink, the suons owned by individuals; aitid those.
w, as c,' le tu orler h. Mr. Poindexter, time owned by the Uftited Stakes.
-,;'ate fioin thIe .\iissiasiipi tei'itnrm'y, who re- Mr i'-k opposed tile resolution, ait l would
.. ,d Mr. .uinlcy's exprcstsions to wriiiing, and retard the discuiSibn of the bill for r'enew'ing
I it was not in o!'der It.. '; .' .'; the charter of the Bank, and he tumoght it all
S,. hIt.ve a temd cn' toi .t._.. .,'i .. ..*i i inm ortant that a decision onl that business should
t'lhc Ui- : the hSpeaker being called immediately be hId.
o de,.-ide vw'h,-tl.er Mr. Qmuincy wias in or- 1Mr Wright advocated the resolution, as he
c.. l, ;el;rd lie was not in order-from which wished to known who are the proprietors of tlhe
S-.i Mli. (utiney appealed to the Hause-- Bank, and hinted that it was in the hands of the
i ,; nn0i; tin' vot' beniig taken by ayes anuid noes, federalists.
e. i vdis revtsd il e iucisn of'the Speakier, hAir Ta made hoped that the discussion of
:'cided tu.t Mr. Qul cy was in order, 56 the question on the renewal of the chwa'ter of
the Baik might be conducted with coolness and
; Qiincy then proceeded and finished his not witil party animosity.
t -. .-I hall inot attempt to give you a sketch Mlr ,Vr'ight spoke again, which 1 stated
0;6is niost ahie speech. It would be doing in- that one of the directors of the bank was a con-
i e to the Speakec. IS am wolieit tht as federate with Aaron Burr, and was a traitor to
..e t the Speaker. I am confident that as cI
'. ,rity of style, imprI.essie eloquence, or lis country. He was requested to designate
n. ,gth asd cogency of argument, it never was te person, lie said he belonged to New Or-
.-i.;ased itu any assembly. The speech you leanMr. Mostly spoke a few words hoped
.sown probably see at length.-As this great Mm'.Mosehy spoke a few words. He hoped
S interestingobably stitutioal que.-sin (acchrd- the resolution woul'- not retard the decision onl
mi etion) hus nevei quefore been the question respecting the bank charter, as he
p licklydiscussed, and as it so deeply con- thought it important that the decision should
-atheltdi Uitsed States, whit se parties to be had on that subject as soon as possible.
S,.. theLd Uaiedtates, who were parties to
'... lonstiltutioi, 1 think it highly importanit,th't M Eppes sa thought the lsfomstsi' on
.. Editor in die Union should find a place for called fot- iu the latter pa't' 0of the resolution of
;., his paper.A. Y' importin ce, and if this resolution was negati!-
Spa s- ed he should be under the necessity of calling-
mIr. Garland, from hVirginia, informed the for itin a separate resolution. As to its being
t i-.kse that lie had a coni denial communication a party question, it was in vain at that time of
t. ,,ake, upon which the galleries were order- day to think of m making it any thing else-It had
v, to be cleared, soon after which the doors commenced in party, it had been continued in
A os opened. party, and must now be decided on party prini-
c communication was received fr'omi the Pres- cip ts.
., ut of the United States, witli a letter from I Mr Knickerbacker said lie was surprised at
:; t'inkney to Lord Wellesley, dated 3,1 No- the ec in of the genleman fom irgini-
,.inber, 1810, and als> letter from Mr. Pinck- a, (Mr Eppes) if this is to be a party question
y to Mr. Smith Secretary of State, dated 3d and decided on party principles, there is no nie-
'. 10. kne refers Lord ellesley to his for- cessity of calling for information or deliberating
.. einkney refers Lord W ellesley to his for- oil the subject, it is already decided. Hlie con -
S letter to him, in which he communicated to sidered the gentleman the leader of the party,
}. the intelligence firm Mr Armstrong respect- and if party principles are to prevail in the de-
t le repeal of the llerlin and Milin decrees vision, he believed that no one of the party
hat the time was thens past when the revoc- would exercise independence after such a de-
was t0 take eiict--andi that undoubtedly claration ofthe leader. Hie was called to order,
event had happened-and tGhat the revoca- lie explained :-the call was withdrawn-Mr
on the part of Great Britain of her orders Eppes then made some explanation-But after
i ,,nmcil, althe blockades to which his letter all the explanations the declarations stood near-
1. -referred were indcspensable-tthat ueommer- ly as reported above.
< calculations in America, hadc been made ac- Mr Talmadge said that he understood that
iy 'gl tlAt the English orders had ow lost the g entlemai from Maryland, (Mr Wright) had
S :,,-round on which the propriety of them was named M- .noelclark as thMe pero6n who was
';led a traitor to his country-Mr Wriight said hle had
m'i. Pinkney in his letter to Mr. Smith, says not named nor did he ailnde to M. Clark-but
ceived no explanation from Lord Welles- lie had as bad an opinion of him as he had of the
.i 'r the delay on the part of the British gov- other, and the gentleman might take them both
i .nsct, andii his no easolk to think aniy thing together. After some further desultory debate
: sfacturv will be done. tie resolution was passed.
V'he house then adjourned till to-morrow On motion of Mr Milnor the house went into
, ring, 11 o'clock. committee of the whole on the bill from the Sen-
-ae, for the relief of the heirs of the late Ma-
The fiulowin g is the position of Mr Quincy, jor-General Anthlony Wayne." The bill was
S,-iven in the National Intelligencer of Tues- passed in committee, was reportedto the house,
i :. read a third time and passed.
"AMr Quincy, havi.ig been called to order, re- U. STA TES I A' l.S
ed anid justified the remark he had made ; On motion of Mr Burwell, the house went
m ,ch, to save all inisapprehensionl, he commit- into committee of the whole on the bill for re-
n wowriting in the following words :-"] 'this newing the charter of the Bank of the United
I passes, it i.? my dehbevate opiuon that it is virtu States. Mr W Alston in the chair.
i's dmlition of this nion ; that it wil/free Mr BurweL moved to strike out the first see-
St-ate.fiom their mnor'el .,-. and, 1as it tiou of the bill. He made a speech which kept
be the right oful, soit -, ', :..;uty ofsomi him on his legs from twenty minutes after, two,
Sty to prepare for a separation, aicably if until 10 minutes past 4, almost two hours, when
, ,cai,Violently ifI/they n, mset." the committee:'rose, reported progress, anid the
i...r,,,,-,. ,.- !l, ;. h ia *;--- house adjourned.

ih-ie Spe;kelt (..' Vanruim) decided that great
Sude in ,ehate was generally allowed, and,
S by way of argument against a' bill the first
l it ofths" g ,ntleman's observation was admis-
i,.C;e; but the latter member cf the sentence,
.'%-:. That it -would be the duty of some states to
*.'errfes--t s.. micablt-Jf they can, vi-
'.;!uy afth'y mustt" was contrary to the orders
S dt-debate.
Mr Quincy appealed fi-om his decision, and re-
cil,. 1 the Yeas and Nays on ithe appeal.
I question was stated thus :-"In the de-
i ,ion of the Speaker correct ?" And decided as
f' !. --
'.eas-53, Nays-56.

,"his morning a supplementary and explana.
*""'y bill to the Non-Intercourse was read twice,
referedto a committee of the whole House.
: .e object of this Bill is to enforce, must rig-
,'-)usly, the former act after the 2d of Febuary,
to grant no indulgence under it. Its fate is,
T ',ipe, doubtful. Ithave done all that is-in my
I.-'ver against it, knowing that it was in embryo.
Comm. Adv.
The Bill for erecting" New-Orleans into a scp-
.te siate, was again under consideration.-
.; fire--u. i1.ii, ovcr calling to order, except
i the c '.. h.'." 1'. ,-dexter, who while spea-
-.:g, was called to order by Mr. Pierson,
l. Piergon.-I callthe Gentleinan to Order
;. using' the following expressions, in reply to
G"; nt: ;lematn 1rom M:is:t.chusetis, (Mtr. Quin-l
S v)-" Such larnguamge hit's banished Aa'ron hurr
h: ish country, and nnide his m olan eaise in dis-
sce ; aund if t e Gentleman does -.nt meet the
S .:'e, it is not because he does not merit it."
A'r. Poindexter.-i did not use the language,
.. Speaker, ascribed to me. On the contrary,
-xpressly stated, that during all tie examina-
-s '1 of witnesses against Aaron iurr,notne testifi-
I th:'t he "had ever, in Fublick or private,
-.--commende-d a .eptration ofthe Union, "pea-
ablh if they could; f rcibhy if they muot ;'"-con-
w- .q.erntly, that the gentleman from Massachu-
-tins had gone farther than we had any evi-
:i,)cfee Mr. -Barr ever 4;I 1; and I added, if other
*'.'itlemen, foir conduct simutlar to .Mi'. Burr's did
'tEshare his f.ite, it was not because they did
'iot merit it.
Mr. Pierson.-Does the gentleman mean to
l ihe did not attribule to tile gentleman from
7.assaehsusetts motives similar to those of Mr
.11, ',. -... :.'.."-I did not use the language
stated by tihe gentleman (Mr Pierson) and 1
leave the house to construe that-wvhich I did
The call to order was withdrawn.
JMi She fey (of Virginia)-1 call the Delegate
from the Mississippi Territory to order on an-
l er ground, viz. for using the following ex.-
spessions in allusion to the decision of the
i)-use, on the question relating to the gentle-
:anan from Massachusetts, yesterday-" Yet such
e'.nduct is sanctioned by this IHose, for the purpose
2oi doubt, that it may go out to the world, and be
,. oTwn, that this la nl-uage xs sanctioned by it.
Mr- Pi'indexcter-1 did not ascribe to the
house improper motives; I stated "that tie
courtesy of' the house had permitted the lan-
guage." Thie call to order was withdrawn, and
the debate continued.
The question on the final passage of the bill
was a l-, .,1. taken, and the votes stood-Ayes
77, Noes .6 1
The bill therefore passed:.

Tonnage of the U. States.
From the official stat ment of the Secretary
of the Treasury, the following was the tonnage
of the United States, on the 1st of January,

Registered tonn
Enrolled and lic
Fishing vessels,

Of which Nsew Y

Taois 95ths
nage, 919,059 23
cenced, 405,162 35
35,059 77

Amounting to 1,350,281 41

ork owns 243,538 89
1 133,257 28
elphia 121,443 27
ore 102,434 21
k 40,940 57
stone 50,819 71

Jfxauacru etttS t Legi ltur .

At the time assigned for the meeting of the
General Court this day, both branches assem-
bled at the State House, and immediately pro-
ceeded to b'usiness.-The former Speaker hav-
ing been appointed Attorney of State, the House
proceeded to the choir ce of another perso to
fill the chair ; and- the votes, being counted,
were declared to be in favour of the Hon. Jo.
SEPH STOTRY, Esq. who was accordingly induct.-
ed to the chair. A vote of thanks was then
passed fo.r the services of Mr Morton, the for-
mer Speaker ; and a committee raised to inform
his Excellency the Governour of the readiness
of the Legislature to receive any communica.
tions he might think proper to make.
Mr Sprague laid on the table a Resolution for
instructing our Representative in Congress to
oppose the renewal of the U. S. Bank Charter.
Mr Moody, of Saco, moved, thit a Committee
consisting of two members from each county,
be appointed to consider the expediency of pre-
venting the alarming effects experienced from
mad dogs and foxes.
Ilis Excellency will meet the two branches
on Friday, at 12 o'clock.

rfe tia pertor .

BOSTON, FRIDAY, J AxuAnRY 25, 1811.

A letter from New York to the Exchange Cof-
fee House,datcd on Monday last,says,"The Onei-.
da has just arrived fromnLiverpool, with London
papers to Dec 1st. No news. The King alive,
and his health better. No mention made of a


It appears by the ship news in the r.,ltinmo e
papers, that the brig Sarah Latdson, Cnit ,q, has
arrived there from Lisbonwhich she left eoi tihe
16th of December. She confirms the account
that Massena had received a reinforcement of
1500 men, and that Lord Wellington resumed
his strong positions.

The communications from Mr Pinknev. in

--- the first page of this paper, do not go in the
wN ea sDaY, Jae. 16. least to prove that the Brnll-, government will
Mr wVright offered a resolution, which be. -
.ing modified by request of Mr Eppes, reads in not repeal their orders in cou'niil, the moment
substance as follos'.s. Resolved, that the Sec- they learn that the Berlin and Milan decrees are
retary of the T'reasmmry be directed to lay before revoked. These communications only prove
this house a list of tlie Directors of the Bank that British ministers are not quite such greeni
ofthe U State is he by fnd its brnches, and what horns, as to take a promise to General Arm-
portion ot such i held by foreigners, and of
What countries-what part is held by American strong, for a repeal of the decrees, which can
citizens, and of what states. Also, the specie only be effected by a regularly proclaimed man-
in tie vauJtsof thaeianks according to the last 1date of the Emperour to his subjects.

PLAIN 'AND PiOSITi;i PROOF, L'mAbbadie, direciori gner .l and commandant J 'tlt
far his majesty in Louisiana. rhis letter was
That the United Stae e no claim to ublied at N Orleans in Octber, 7AtBridgewater, onSunday evening last, by
any part of [Vest Florida. circulated among the French inhabitants there. t Rev Dr Sanger, M Wellaml iugh of
WN 1 el confidelit that the intelligent part of h recites by a special act done at Fontain- the late Deacon Isase Lazell, daughter of
Sconent t the intelligent pt leau, Novenibr 3, 1762, of my own will aid the late Deacon Isase Lazel,
tile comrrhunity will not think the attention we mere mion having ceded to my very dear ad this town, on Suday evening last, Mr.
bestow on this subject as exceeding its impor- best beloved Cousin the king of Spain, and to Josiah Pierce, to Mrs Mary Stowell, of this
tanc" Our President has seit an army into a his successor in full property, purely and sim- yesterday, by the Rev Mr Lowell, Mr Phine.
country which does not belong to us. If this ply,and without any exceptions, the whole coun- of the house of Gassett, Upn &
try known by the name of Louisiana, together Miss Mary Avery h assett, Uphtm (_
be a fact, it is the grossest of all impositions to Orleans, and the island wic the said Co. to Miss Mary Avery Baldwin, daughter f
pretend, that in setting this matter in its true city is situated"-and by another act done at Last evening, Pearce Patterson, Esq. of this
point of lght; e can have any thing in view the Escurial, November 13, in the same year, town, to the amiable and all accomplished Miss
tias cathltck majesty having accepted the ce- naSi
but the good of our country. To support gov- is caf th l coujesty having accepted the cf Anna Smith, of N'York.
ernment in measures palpably wrong, will nev- cit and island of e Orlean, agreeably to the i Charmer either b board
er make their cause a good one, nor avert the copies of the said acts, which you will find here- iis Charmer either bed or board.
evils whicit must be expected from their mis. into annexed. I write you this letter to inform Last Evening, by the Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr.
conduct, Whoever may claim the Floridas, it is You, that my intention is, that on the receipt of EaEN. RoBy, to Miss MARY B. JOHNsON.
i -u h v n f h these presents, whether they come to your _. .
certain we have no right i,, h-m : therefore hands by the officers o s of catholick majesty or
Mr Madison is an aggressor upon the rights of directly by such French vessels as may be At Rutland, N Y. on the '1.ii, Nov last, Dr.
some power, and if' he is backed by Congress, charged with the same, you are to deliver up to John Hancock Perkins, XEt 41, son of Dr Rich-
we commit a national wrong, and most assured- the governor, or officer appointed for that pur- ard Perkins of Bridgewater. At Hancock, N.-
ly involve ourselves with one or more foreign pose by the kingl 'o? Spain, the said country H. suddenly, Charlotte, wife of John Whitcomb,
ly involve ourselves with one or ore forei ny of Louisiana, and the posts thereon JEt 25. At Belfast, Me Mr John Ward Ricord,
We nationresume nd we trust on ood on depending', iik'ewise the city and island ofAlevw second mate of brig' Three Friends, a native of
We presume, and we trust oil good grounds, Or/carms, in such a state and condition as they Wexford, Ireland, JEt 19-his death was occa-
that the Legislature of Massachusetts, shall be found to be in on the day of the said signed by sleeping in acabin newly painted and
is a body of men, possessing an extensive session, willing that in all tunime to come they in which a charcoal fire was made, for the pur-
influence in e sate. Thatif correctly inform- shall belong to his catholick majesty, to be gov- pose of drying it ; two other persons were much
influence iln thle state. That incorrectly infborm- earned and administered by his governors and injured. At Salem, Mr Robert Rogers, jun-
ed themselves, their information will be gene. officerss and as possessed by him in full proper. At Anndpolr-, Md Mr Samuel Green ,postmast-
ally diflused on their return to their homes, a- -ty, without any exceptions." Cr, rmd .i.e .-.f the editors of t:he Maryland Ga-
mong their constituents.. Thus it is manifest that even the island of zette. In Baltimore County, Mr ,Henry- Wine-
AI bile we readily ascribe to them the abilities Orleans, as it lay on the East side of the Mis. man, -Ft 60. At Baltimore, Mr Joshua How-
which I'ecoma their station, it is a fact which sissippi, was not a part of the country known ard, t 49. At New Bedford, 19th inst. Mr
must be granted, that on subjects like that be. and acknowledged by the patios in this act, to arles Tobey, eldest son of M2.. Lemuel .
fore us, they generally have no means of arriv- be Louisiana ; for it is mentioned as a distinct In this town, on Wednesday evening last,
ing at a competent knowledge, but by the clhan- portion of territory. Louisiana AND this island- Deacon Thomas Bayley, JEt 82. Funeral to-
morrow at 3 o'clock, from his late dilHingg.
nelof the public prints ; for the merits of the were ceded to Spain, but the latter never yet house, No 115, O'ange-sreetom his e de lling.
case rest on documeuts which very few can ob' made a part of Louisiana, and our own title to and friends of the family are requested to- at-
tain from any other source. it, is by the expression Louisiana and its appur- attend, without a n.e.i, |i.:,L;-r 1oi itn,,-.r
It is our peculiar province to search for, ex- tenances. As the King of France gave the isl- On Wenesday e.C' i : I.m ,TMlary Homans,
amine, and publish such papers, as throw light and of Orleans with the country known by the Et 70, widow of 1- e10 Mr G, ,,-:ge S. o-
on questions of public concern. mans, of Portsmouth, (N H). /ler funeral will
on esto fse tpubtick co nername of Louisiana, from that time it may be be tomorrow afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from her
having observed that no paper in this Con- considered as an appurtenance of that territory late d.welling-house, No. 27, Hanover-street,

of Louisiana, except such as have published a r Having now ascertained that the King o where the relatios and friends of the family
tract, by a writer who signs himself Veus," France ceded to the King o ain respectfully invited to attend.
we presume that many of our legislators must and the island (f Orleans, we have only to go fi-rs -a n l
be strangers to the true state of thIe case. U-r one stc1 further and we arrive at complete sat- ep.l..p W..
der this impression we again take up the sub- isfacton, as to the whole point in dispute. PORT OF BOSTON.
ject, and beg leave to lay before a body of men, QUESTION 4TH.- 7UIat were the ..........................................
whose light will be diffused throughout .the eastern boundaries, o / LOUISIA- Schrs Hiram, St John ; schr NancyE Harri-
state, such documents as will make them fully X.J as acknowledged by the King ot, Gray Crycnne. -
acquainted with. the nature and extent of our of]Cnce, Pr rieoO c STIa G CLEARiVCeS.
purchase. Of France, the ropretor Shrs Mary-ann, Wort, St Johns, NeWf ; Fair
To come at the truth, methodically, we shall In the establishment of colonies, by different Lady, Holmes, Yarmouth ; Betsey, Stanwood,
propose and answer four questions, embracing European powers in this part of America, claims Portland ; bring Stranger, Drinkwater, do.
-the only facts of importance relative to the point by the several mother countries being made -o ANDVCA A T.5 G.
of title to any part of West Florida. somewhat at random, disputes arose as to the [FroV. the Ex. Coofeetouse Books ]
proper limits of their respective territories.- TUESDAY, Jan 22, arrived, brig Mlercator,
QUESTIOWN IST.-JWhat did France 'The boundaries of Louisiana had never been for Portland, put back on account of head wind
tede to the United States? settled, until the treaty which terminated the WEDNESDAY, Jan 23--No Arrivals. .
te t sa"5t i aTH URSI)AY, Jan 24, dJrmi.ed; sloop W,Ilium.
AxswR-from tlhe Treaty of' Cession :-- war begun inI 1756. Os this point, again, Mr Hart, Portsmouth, to C. Coolidge had others.
.lrie 1. WiEREAS by the article the I1oltsze is so perfectly lucid, and his authori-
third of the treaty concluded at St Ildefanso, ties referred to so conclusive, we avail our- LETTER-BAGS up at tilhe n ,XC..h.n.. -
the 9th Vendemiaire, an 9. (in Octotbe., t 1iJ0) selves of his remarks. .-. Ship Tarquin, Capt Nichols.for Liverpoal, will
between the First Consul of. the French Repub- ".-The Eastern boundary of Louiana, I be- betaken away f, tIhe E. Cf. II. This liorn-
lick and his Catholick majesty, it was agreed as lieve, was the chief cause of the war of 1756.- -Also, sch Ann, fo iax, Thi
follows : The French were in possession of the Mississip- '
I His Catholick majesty promises and engag. pi, and claimed as part of Louisiana not only Also-ship Sagunta, for Cowes, tomorroww
es, on his part, to cede to the French Repub- the cOmuntrv to the west of that river, but east as Also-s hp Mainer, for Liverpool, on nay
lick,six months after the full and entire execu- far as the Alleghany Mountain. France, having Also--ship Monsoon, for Havana, on Sunday -
tion of the conditions and stipulations herein this claim, and being in possession of Canada Also-ship Mary-Jamie, for Hull, 'inet week.
relative to hisRoyal Highness theDuke of Par. conceived the project of uniting Louisiana with The follow ing ess Is 1, 4,I. Hole and Old
ma, the colony or province of LOUISIANA, Canada. To accomplish her purpose she estab- ofrom Russia Ameri- a, Ropes, fis Gibraltal 'n,
with the same cxtent it now has in the hands of listed a line of posts from the lakes to the Ohio,& letRules, s Amerca, do Ropes, from Gibraltar,
Spain, and that it had when Frunce possessed commenced encroachments upon the then Brit- lIercules, West, do; Recovery, Carlton, Su.
"it; and such as it should be, after the treaties ish colonies. These encroachments she was matr a; brigs Ulysses, from Surinam,; Norton,
"subsequently entered into between.Spain and pressing so far that Great Britai perceived it i ; J anes, Mava tin, SmyGeorge anda usan,ardTus.ri-
other States." would be necessary to repel them. This brought t; ; J.lne, Martin, Smrn-a ; Telemaclius.Good-
And whereas, inDpursuance of the treaty. on the war of'56, which after a bloody conflict ing, Lisbon Hiram, Savannah Three Broth-
and particularly of the third article, the French of seven years, terminated disastrously to France ers, Lathrop, Gottenburg ; a brig with staves
republic has an incontcstible title to the dc- and her allies, and resulted in the establshll- on deck; a sn h lT al, ow, tolin t Patre m Ma-
main and to the possession of the said territory- T mnt of the Mississippi, the Iberville and the ry-a.nn, Carleston ; Jane, New Orleans ; sloop
the First Consul of the French Republick, dc- lakes Maurepas and Ponchartrain, as the boun- alerietta, Havana. It is probable part oflthe
siring to give to tihe United States a strong dary line,--Giving to Great Britain all the aeet. eachd Bthar left the ineyrd, others pwinut
proof of his friendship, dcoth hereby cede to the territory on the east of the Missisippi, except as abouten but left 1the yanerd, to e w N
said United States, in the naime of the French the island and towh of New Ocleans, and to The brig William & Mary, Sweet, ftom Prev.
Republic, forever awl id, full sovereignty, the France all upon thle west, including the island idene, toblg ched l lat & Montserrt, 2hom Pro-
said territory wikh all its rights and appurte- and town of New Orleans. der, and sailed t ath e leeward r a S-kh Becet
nances as fully andin the SAME MANNER as A more particular examination of the results ber, and saiedto the leeward for a market.
they have been acquired by the French Ripublick of this war is important. By it France lost Can- le ch, N ula at N allork, came oda uts arom Wl-
in virtue of the above mentioned Treaty, concluded ada, and most of her West India islands.- Intl, in with the air-T N rada, al ot s at-
with his Caiholick Miajesty." Spain, the ally of France, lost Cuba. By the ly but d Bosto t T er, Bm't, l dL
The question we proposed is as yet not spe- prtliminary articles of peace between Great ed with lumber form Jamic ; o and shir Wioliam,
cifically answered. We only learnby the treaty Brlitail, Fianle asd Spain, sigie1 at Fo7tfin- Brown, of Boston, fotr tlhe W ladies.
of cession to us, that France disposed of the i- blreounaed all prete3dsions o Nova Scotia2,r and Schr Nymph, Couthoy, from Point Petre,
renounced all pretensions to Nva S ia, andbound to ost, has putint l'leso i i
demtical tract of country, whatever it may be, Spain, the ally of Fran.e, lost Cuba. By the bound to ostu, has putinto lsof i d
that she had acquired by the treaty of St Ilde- preliminary articles of peace between Great T'he shsip Castor,Libbv, o-u' fom Charles-
fonso, and no more. We must therefore go Britain, France and(! Spafit, signed at Fontain- i, im o, o coi of Scot-
further back. bleau, and dated the 3d November, 1762, France land ; art of time s c oaron saved.
Q S TON Nr7 ,., ,. renounced all pretensions to Nova Scotia, andl i h oI iscilla,hfia Boston, 12
UESTION 2ND.--WhTat did Frdnce ceded and guaranteed to his Brita:.nick Majes- The sr T riscilla, Ryder, firm Bosn 1 12
ac by.ire b the treaty of St Ilde- ty, in full right, Canada,'with all its dependen- sloo ve, W nd
?e 9 cies. The 6th article stipulates, "In order to days arrctive, WiatGihtman, Ne w Lonton-'he, his 4
0178O0 ? reestablish peace on the most solid and lasting rtland, Caur, bs, 55 days from Lie in ol, hias
ANswiE.-THE SAME AND NO MORE foundations and to remove every snbjict of dis- of'ftt, bursfro. m Liveipoolwas
THAN SPAIN ACQUIRED OF FRANCE BY pute, with regard to the limits ot the ritish and Thie ach- Sarah-Ladson, Childs, from Lisbon,
THE CESSION OF LOUISIANA IN 1762-3. Freiich territories oil the continent oft North A- 29 days, has arrived at Baltimore. Sailed Dec.
merica, : it is;agreed that for the future the con. 16, inCo with.ship New Jersey,, Handy, for Ca-
This is proved by the treaty of St Ildefonso, fines between the domintins of his Britanick i ith ship New Jrsev, Hlmdy, for Ca-
in express terms, as it stands in the original Majesty, and those of his mobt christian maj- dizt, bri, Betsey, Skinner, o tir Alexandria.--,
Left, besides a number of southern vessels, brig
language. We have not before us the treaty in esty, (French Xiig) in thlat part of the world, Goverlour Sumner, from Boston, discharging,
French, but we may rely on the authority of Mr [shallbeireisthe to ou th esedby-o and about 20 other American vessels, nan
l'sT iere is tile umns-eor tow oururth Question.3 rioticcollected.
HoxSEy, a senator in Congress, who in his a line drawn along ths riddlee of the river Ship assachusetts, Case, s fom Liv-
speech on the 29th of December, quotes the lississippifrom int source, as far as i'te river- be- i
er'pi.ol, hsas arrived at NYork.
French expression as follows, em'uille, and fr'om thence by a line dm'-twn along A letter fron Wilmiigtos, (N. C.) dated thIe-
The treaty of St. Ildefonso, of 1800, was a the middle ~/ this river, anaof the lakes .lumrepam 7th inst says-" I si ihi fionm Boston on the
mere treaty of retrocession. The translation pur. and onchurtrain to the sea." 18th Dec., at 2 o'clock, P. M. in tle sloop Ken-
ports to be a treaty of cession it is true, but ac- Having thus traced back the history of the nebis, capt Harding bound toi Chfarleston S C,
knowledge on all sides to be erroneous.-- country our government purchased of France to and had a tfavourable passage till the 31st at 2
The original treaty was in the French language, its original definition, we will return, in the line o'clock A MI. when we struck on Cape Lookout
and it is by that we are to ba governed. The Shoals, and stuck there 9 hours the sea break-
exprcssion in theoriginal is. Sa Mlajst Ca- of its descent to the present proprietors. 110ow l ovem ti lsua t'ast hti all ttiebut
tholique'promit et s'engage de son cotl, a -e the territory belonging to France, in this part getting off tound that we hiad sprung aleak,
troceder a la Republique Francaise," &c. .i re- of America, rans boutndled on the east wvas never which set the quick-limue on fire, with which we
troeeder signifying to retrocede, to restore, or, settled, until thIe close of thIe war of 56. Then werepat'tiy loaded. WVe had now no resort but
nto use a pmelar ter inv the state have the hon- it was determined that she owned to the Mis- to shut up all the decks to smother the ime,
or to represent, re covey the colony hof Iouisa- a she owed to te i which still kept burning, and we 'expected to
nia to Prance, as it was when France conveyed sippi, f"om its source to the gulf of Mexico, he all iln dames every moment and the decks tl
it to Spain." and the Island of Orleans on the east of that riv- burst. ", Baut she kept burning until Wednesdav
It is th.erefora as plain as words can make it, el. This country France cBDED to Spain in the 3d January without bursting, when captaiire
that France acquired by the treaty of St llde 1762-3. This country, Spain RETROC IEED". i6 cksendorfo, of the s ip Darn.iscotta, came up
fonsio, only what had bemens formerly ceded to to France, by the treaty of St Ildefomso in 1800 ; wi1 s a flame tooa few hius !er wme were tak-
, Spain from Frantce ; for the term retrocession or and this counniy, France ceded to the United en off. Capt Harding died about 50 hours am-
ceding back, leaves no room for any other con- States, by treaty in 1804. There is not a doubt- ter we struck, occasioned by the smoke of the
struction. To come then to the poia-, we must ful or questionable point in the whole series o' lime, hunger and fatignc. Capt Dockendorff
go one step further back and inquire transactions, The history of the title is record- behavcd so well to us that 1 can scarcely ex-
ed in thIe successive treaties, which are all con. "'es s it.", ,
LES diFace sistent, and easily comprehended. That our arrived at Providence on Menday evening hmat.
cede to p7ain as outlosia;a 2 government, therefore, cannot produce the least Sailed in co. with ship Asia, Leach, andil barque
Mr IHORSY hIas furnished a complete an- shadow of claim to a single foot of West Flori- Patriot, Buiiffing'toi, of Salem. Tihe firniret
swver, from officialdocuments. He says- da, ic a fact which must be admitted. boulni f.r NYork, the later for Salem. Part-d

Bya treaty bearing date the 3d day of No. ---t.-.,----. : l llh the ih-bro ught no e ctle,'sg fro
member, 1762,3France cedes Louisiana to Spain, (0 A Repliaion"i received, but too late in,t te state ef alt-broughtn Europe making it
together oltih the town and island f-New Orleans. for insertion. It will be published on Tuesday, t hsae tl bmimite anyf. Lfst at uig'p, makis Cait
This last mentioned treaty has never beet, pub- or the moaey returned,-if the author prefers it. ailie J 'e, arlig', of tad fin N Vork ig sCal
lished, but the letter of the king of France to in 10 or 165 h dvs ;s Columbia, Sullivan, Ketnn'-
M L'Abbadie recites the purport as well as the James A. Bayard, Esq. has been elected a bunk, desLtinaion unknown, to sail in one or
date of it. This letter purports to be ai 'order Senator in the Congress of the U States to repre- two days. There were no other Americans ii\
signedby the kingst of Fra6ce, dated at Ver- sent tie state of )elawalre for' six 'ars : i rt. A report was ill circuationth dlay
sales the 21st April, 1764, and dircced to M the third ofMu.irch enmui,, vslimus to.A ci.'t Owasisat ben cavin- tiRa', ofda c "-

sationi of ar'ns bet ween the Turks and Russians,
but nothing oiicial was klnoawn. The ship Pal-
las, West, for Baltimore, was to sail from War-
denburg (Denmark,) about the 20th of Novem-
ber for home. in ballast. Capt Ormabee was
informi-ed at Copenhagen on the 18th November
last, by a merchant of the first respectability,
trhatlt new decree was that day issued by the
King of Denmark.
.'- hr lHope,-from Carth:,gena, for Baltimore,
with a valuable cargo, and 16000 dols in specie,
run foul ofa wreck in the gulph the 29th ult
and soon after sunk Lcrew and 10,000 ot the
dollars saved.
The laab blla, of Newburyport, from NYork,
to Chirleston, w;,slost on the coast of N. Car-
olilla in a :.le on the 1st inst-crew saved.

.FV': S:^.S .LEFT.
At Liare'iool, Nov 27, brig .Palinure, from
Boaston, 'or lie .Mediterranean, in 8 or 10 days.
At Turks flaind, ,iJn 2 brig lHrothers, Warrern,
38 days from Cadiz, bound to Ilavan ; achir
General Questors, ; schr Concord,. Eddy,
bound to Charleston. At -Rio-a.tneiro, Oct 19,
the Sally, Patchl, Sewburyport, to sail in 15
days Abigail, Smith, do for Bahis, in 10, in
which Mr Hill, American Consul, was. to take
passage ; Ocean, Gilson, Nantuckt:[,"20; John,
Briggs,Saleni, 30 ; Express, Clayton, for B:dti.,
more, 30. At atvana, Dec 27, brig Louisa,
Htarris, for Boston, uncertain ; schr Superb,Pat-
terson, do do ; Wmi and Martha, Latham, do
in 15 days ; Roxana, Snow, do uncertain brig
Isaac, )Delano, a;ith, do ; Sukey, Osgood, Salem,
do. At Leith, Nov 1, the Galen, loading for
N York, to sail in l few fays. At Cotlenburg,
Nov 16, brig Joseph, Pedrick, from Stralsund,
for MitA'blehead ; brig john, Johnson, from
R ,,bia,.l u.ir; i .1 ; ship Belle-Savage, Nich-
,.I r. I '. ,i.1,, for Philad ; brig Patty,
Tower, from Boston, bound westward ship
Thomas, Jackson, of Newburyport, do; brig'
Independence, Williams, of,Salem, uncecrtaii ;
schr ThoIrn-, ,' o ...odbr.'', if Salcn, to sail 25th
Nov ; ship .u ,. ., f,1.ni Norway, .for New-
Liedfard, in 20 days.

Dec 26, lat 35, long 61, schr Mary, of Boston;
frem Baltimore, for Lisbon, out 8 days." Jan
10, off Cape 1atteras, schr James, for Boston.
in WilmingtonRIiver schr Rover, of Boston, 62
days fri'om Teeriffe, ba-nd up. >-'n S.n'q
Key, schr Jeremiah, i.a.e- l:.ll, lt :alem; 53 ds
from Tonningen, for N u le 0.-.. In, lat 31, long
63, brig Hope,7 days from Boston, for Carac-
cas. Dec 10, lat 43, long 50, ship Mercer,
Smith, from N OlN.i.-u,, 'r P'.,ir.n. Dee 3, lat
42, lung-48, ship A.r-',-,1'.tl I;-..-1' -, for Naples.
Lat 27, long 62, brig Gratitude, 23 days from
Portland, for .Surinam, all well,

John1 P,-rker & Sons,
No so, Long wharf, Have for sale,
rl 'I-l Cargoof bri' -tr-n',.ri, ci, ,,s.iuig of
1 OGuadaloupe Molasses.
The Cargo of schooner Lydia-consisting of
Landing from brig Trident,
Guadaloup Molasses.
30o0 bhls Pot and Pearl Ashes,
%5 oo & bbls Batavia, Martinico, Guadaloupe and
Havana Coffee,
Hhds and tierces Museovado Sugar,
400 boxes white and brown Havana Sugar,
Hyson, Souchong and Bohea Teas,
82o pieces Ravens Duck,first quality,
275 pieces Russia Duck,
3oo ps Russia Sheetings, entitled to debenture,
2ooo lbs prime Ivory,
.oo casks Sugar lhd Nails,
re n I naivo 4f gaod qutt..it.. -
z500 lbs Caraccas and I-land.Cocoa,
1.5eo'hhlds Cadiz,Turks Island and st Ubes Salt,
10 puncheonu New England Rum,
3oo boxes best Spanish Cigars,
zto boxes Sperm Candles,
so hhds Jamaica, St. Croix and Antigua Rum,
p;pes and 50o qr ca.ks Malaga Wine.

ps For Sile, Frez'iht or Charter,
STHE brig STRANGER, burtlen
<*,it >"B ~one hundred and seventy eight
l s tons.

For Sale.
The schooner LYDIA,
burrhen 113 tons, carries w . only years old, and well found.
i '-'S-,- Jan -"s
Surinamn Alo/asscs, &c.

Thos. & Edward Motley,
No, 37, India street, Have for sale, "
O VW landing-theTargo of sloop Betsey,
133 hhlds Surinam Molasses, an excellent
quality-9 lihhds N E Rum
Landing from sch Patty, from Charleston,
53 tierces fresh Rice,
10 bales Upland Cotton.
3o hhdi N. E. Rum,
15 hhds Jamaica do. high proof, entitled to
debenture, '
30 hhds St. Croix Rum, of a superior quality
30 tons Alum, in bbis and hhds.
6s hhbIdsi ,rtin.'iq-e and Havana Molasses,
5000ooo lbs C..l' c, Hi.,'; and bags,
4o bales Upland Cotton,
8 zeroons Spanish float ladigo,, entitled to
loo pieces Ravens Duck,
0o pieces Russia Sheetings,
3ooo ps Blue Nankins,
00ooo feet St. Domingo Mahogany,
4 tonf Logwood,
Mess No i and Beef,
Hyson and Hysonskin Tea. Jan 25
Munson & Barnard,
No. 27, India Street, Have for sale,
2oo qr casks Gun Powder,
45 chets Hysonskin Tea,
too hhds Rum,
5 casks Nutmegs,
White Havana,Muscovado and Lump Su-
Ru .sia, India American V' Ravens Duck,
Russia S Sectings,
Few bales Cayenne and Georgia Cotton,
sod and sod wrought Nails,
ico bbls Salmon,
.o do Mackerel,
Ru-sia Cordage,
Turpentine-Ginger and Mustard.
Mess, Cargo No i and 7 Beef,
240 qnts English Codtish,"
3 casks Bristles,
39 ps German Linens,
Soo bags Pepper,
2oo reams writing Paper,
o10 tons Hemp,
3 bales Russia Horse Hair,
io casks Gin,
50 chests Souchong Tea,
30 bales New Orleans Cotton,
70o hhds Martinico Molasses.
oo200 bars Russia Iron,
4 bales Russia Diapers,
6 bales bleached Ru3sia Sheetings,
200oo qntsexcellent Hake Fish,
5ocoo wt green Coffee,
I Pork' ar.d Larde

C: GOODS. -n t.-"
J &S. BEAN, \Ao. 4, Cornhill-Square,
SJoy's Buildings, offer tfo" sale, for less than Positively the last nig-tht of the Performance of
coat and charges, their whole snick of
European& India GOODS, M COOKE.
c.-.r, i, in part, of the following, viz.
-i.,,'-.i-', black, blue, Superfine arnd low pric- Places for This Evening may be taken, at the
mixed & bottle green ed Ginghliams, Box Office, at 10 o'clock THIS DAY.
B.'oadeo'.lhs, Blcxk and olive Velvets,
Middling & low priced Titicksets, THIS EVENING, Jan 25,
do. all colours, Biack Crapes, "'-ILL be presented, Shakspeare's Tragedy,
Milled and unmilled Modes and Satins, W in 5 acts, called,
Cassimeres, .-urtious Chiecked Sik ld;ifs. RICHARD THE THIRmD
,olours & q,;alites, Black do. tIAsD A THI
lnpelial Cora, Bottle green silk Vel- Richard, Duke of Glozter, M- CooKE.
Duifiiss, vets, King Henry, Mr. Drake.
Cottiings, Ladies' long and short Duire ot Buckingham, Mr. Entwisle.
IHunters Cloths and KidCloves, riey, Edward, Master Durake.
Plains, Gelitlemens' Leatherdo Duke of York, Miss Worrall.
Pelisse Cloths, Black lIalian Sewing Norfolk, Mr. Roberts.
While, black, yellow, Silk, Ratc.ifle, Mr. Barnes.
in.. i. i. elaiirscls, "Cambric Dimoties, Lieutenant of thl: Tower, Mr. Fisher.
V I. g'reesr and Cotton Iiapers, '4 f-1i, Mr. Stockwell.
yellow Baizes, Dainask-Table Cloths, L ... :o, Mr. Darley.
Rose Blankets, ..idras dkfa. I r ...., Mr. Vaughan.
ose Blnkets.drasHdkord Stanley, Mr. Robertson.
Printed. Bombazets, Cotton Balls and Sew- Lord Mayor, Mr. Dickensuan.
Bl.ck, bottle green,, king's, yrrel: .. Mr. Graham.
brown and olive do. Quality Bindings, Quleen Margaret, M s. Powell.
Wildbores, P'ins, Lady Anne, ars. Duff".
RscLs5, Cotlon Laces, D. Dutclie., of York,'- Mrs. Drake.
Durants, Brown-Iiollands, -. a ---
)uroys, Buttons, To which will be added, the Favourite Afterpiece,
Siralloons and Caliman- Galloons, MY GiANDMOcHEd,
cises, Ferrets, ,MYGRANDMOTHER.
Vestings, I Bla,:k & white Jeans,
Gentilcmn and Ladies' Sattinits, C'IDoors open at 5, and the Curtain rises at 6.
coLton, and worsted Bliack Tailattics, b
I lose, Long shawls, Columbian M museum.
Printed Cambrlic, -i.ck iibbons,&ci. USI' addedto tohe COLUMBIAN MUSEUM,
Superfine and cummon A1so, the folloinng ,j Tremont street, the OPTICAL ;PANORAMA
Calicoes, Invoice of India Goods, of Copenhagen, with the British Fleet, Fire at Liv-
Black, white, and col- viz. Callipatty, Chitta- erpool, Court of Solomon, &e. They are all bril-
ourcd Cambrics, billy, 'and ,,.: t '.. liant Optical Illusions, the Fire at Liverpool is
Shirting CoLtons, Lin- JalaIpoorc .-i ......, ,..., truly awfully sublime. They are Miaiaturc rep-
ens, and Linen Cam- Johannia Cossas, Mlow presentations. Jan Z3
brics, Sannahs, Mow M;nmoot-
Cambricand fancy Mus- dies, Chirizes, Badan- 1 .
lins, nas, Checks, &c. U .Iedical Society.
Seeded do. A MEETING of the Counsellors of the MAS-
Customers and others are solicited to SACHUSETTS MEDICAL SOCIErY, will
call, as they may be assured thai all the above arti- be held en the first n'eone dny qin February, at 1
cles will be sold at very reduced price, wholeale o'clock A. M. in the Hall of the Society, Marlbo-
and retail fur cash only. (2n, ja i%5 ro' street.
The Cemsors will meet on the day following in
Elegant Gold Muslins, &.C. the same place at 4 P.M for the sam;n.n;:.: rf
JARV1S & STONE,No. 54, Cornhill, Candidatus. Those whowish to be .-,nriircd ill
J corner of Court-street, have for sale- make previous application to the subscriber.
Elegani 4-4 Gold Muslins ; do Gold By order ofthe President,
Mu-lin )resses ; White Lustrings ; extra long & Jan 25 J. C. WARREN, Re4 See.
short white and -coloured Kid Gloves ; white
Crapes, arid double Sarsnetts ; elegant Scotchli [ s,
gown Trimmnnrgs, &c. ; L.ace Veils.; lace half
lhIdkfs ; plain black anid white Silk Nettings ; jHE Premium of Three per cent allowed on
fringed do ; rich gold Sattin Garniture ; Linen i the payment of Taxes, will cease in Wards
Cambricks ; plain and fringed Lustring Ribbons, No 2, 6,and ca TO MORROW, the a6th instant.
kc ; Silk and Cotton Tartan Plaid Ginghams ; rich WM. SMITH, 'Treasnrer and.Col/eGtor.
Silk Velvets, &cc &. jan tb Boston. Tan *%

Cheap Goods.
BENJAMINWINSLOW, (new brick Store) No.
7, Cornhill,
Has received a consignment of a
small Inveice of 6 4 cotton Cambricks-6 4 to rt-4
cotton Damask and a f, w doz men's cotton I-Iosc,
which have been wer with salt water, but are not
damaged or rotten, and will be sold i5 per cent
less than the cost. AL'o-hblaeck and coloured Can-
ton Crapes .- white plain and twill'd Silks white
kid gloves, and every article for mourning.
Jan 'i5.

Sieve Bottoms.
R ECEiVED and for sale, at No. Broad street,
S oo dozen of Sieve Bottoms at a reduced
price. Jrans 5

Asa Dow,
No. ,Cornhill Square, Has just received,
A Large assortment of dlcgant French Ribbons
for the Trimming of Pelisaes, LI stLwitsz-
Very fine tifigur'd I'elise Iirnels-
camel's-hair Shawls. Canton and Italian Crapes ;
all of which will be sold for cash only. Jan S5.

Robert G. Shawv
No 3, Kilby street, Has for sale,
WENTY casks Palm Oil,
T 400 boxes 2 byg 8 by o10, and so by 1x
Window Glass,
16 chests Irish Linens and Sheetings,
6 bales superfine Broadcloths,
.5 casks unwrought and cut Nails,
3o bales India Cott ns, various kinds,
Chests Prints-Hosiery-India Crapes,
Bandannas, blue Nankins, 'cW t'c.

To be Let-A central wharf, situate
in Fish street ;,also, a new and valuable Store,
at the head of said wharf. Inquire as above.
Jan 25

Russia Coods, &c."
Long whari, have for sale,
63 coils assorted Cordage & Cables, clean
250 pieces Russia Duck, half do.
400 do Ravens dt =heavy Ravens do.
200 do Sheetings,
7 boxes 140,000 first rate Qiuills,
1 hhd and 1 case flint half pint Tumblers,
Heavy Sumatra Pepper, i
10000 lbs green Coffee, Entitled to
Bengal Indigo, Isinglass, debanture,
6 bales Madras Long Cloths,
1400 pieces fi st chop Baradanna Hdkfs,
10O do brown Hollands,
1500 do short yellow Nankins, first chop,
Russia Diapers, Sail Cloths, and Sheet-
ing Linens,
100 square bales prime N 0 Cotton,
India Allum, refined,
I casks Russian Linseed Oil. Jan 25

Heavy Pavens Duck,
O LIVER SHERMAN, No 16, Long wharf, has
for sale,
A few bales heavy Ravens Duck-
common dos=Sheeting-Diapers-Russia Duck-
20o tons Hemp-Sea Island Cotton, and Spanish
Wool, in bales-Coffee--Tea, tfce. Jan '25

Richard D. Tucker,
No 3S, India street, Has fer sale,
OW landing-5o bales Cotton, prime ;
60o casks new Rice ;
40 do retailing Molasses,
Prime N Orleans,James River and North
Carolina tobacco;
Old Jamaica Rum, 4th proof;
Russia and Ravens Duck ; Sheetings ;
Russia a d Konigaburgh Hemp ;
Beef and Pork;
Cider Brandy American Gin ;
Ir.shLinens ; Souchong Tea. jan 25

ANTED an Apprentice in a dry
goods Store, a Lad between the age of
15 o: 16 would bepreferred. Apply at No. 69
Carnlij:l Jan 25.

IS hereby given,that the subscriber haS
been duly appointed Administratrix to the lEs-
tate of
late or Boston, in the County of Suffolk, Tallow-
Chand er, deceased; and has taken upon herself,
that trust by giving bonds as tae law directs. And
all pr.-.ons having demands upon the estate of the
said deceased, are requiredto exhibit the same &
all persons indebted to the said estate, are called
upon to make payment to
Bosto-i, Jan2., 1411. q
S hereby given, that the subscrilbers have-
beon duly appointed Executors to the Es-
tate of
late of Boston, in the County of 'Suflolk, ,leceas-
ed ; and have takim upon themselves that L'urt,
by giving bonds, as the law directs. And all
pers ms havrinig- demanlads upoi thie estate of the
said George Jiaqlies, are required to exhibit the
same ; and all persons indebted to Lle sai. es-
tate, are called upon to make payment to c
ISAAC PACKARD, Z. i"netas.
Boston,Jan 25, 1811.
IS hereby given, that the subseriber has been du-
ly appointed I.xecutrixto thill laat Will & T'e',-
tailleilt of
late of Boston, in the County of Suff'olk, Baker,de-
cea.,ed ; and has taken upon herself that trnst, by
giving bond- as the law directs. And all persons
i'.-,; demands upon theestate of the said Samudl
/--. -g, are required to exhibit the same ; and all
persons indebted to the said estate. arecaUted upon
to make payment to
or JOHN HEARD jr. lierattorney.
Dec list, 18l1. (jjL2 :')

On the Diseases of the Urethra.
TUST published by W. WELLS, & and T. B.

9 balf p Rartion,

T4iv Day, at I o'clock,
At G. Burroughs Jr's. ('pi,
N09l, India ,treett.
3 tons Logwood-6 lbs Arrow Root,
I pipes Fayal Wine.

50 casks Ric.e,
150 boxes brown and white Havana Sugar,
SD)ipt Candes and brown Soap,
A few boxes Glass 12 by 16, and Turkey
To barter for Havana Sugars-a Brig of 130
'..ltut'! L. l,.at.
TO'.MORROW, at 12 o'clock
On.the Premises,
W I L be sold the right in equity of redemp-
v tion toS.tore, No. ,i2, -', z.,c.-:lrt, ;,.' ,-
cupied by Mr J. Heartwell, i.L'arLel, .i k 1,0
front, S&6feet deep together will. a I itit b,..k 1, -
sageway, leading to the new Liu.-.m.i,-.tI,e. It
is one of the best situated stores in India-street,
and combines many advantages. Terms at sale.
G. E 1tL t"eLs(.', .';. atuct.

ITW a view of making the best possible ar-
rangemeint of the Lots, the sale of the be-
low mentioned Estate, is unavoidably postponed
THURSDAY, 7th February,
On the Preni-ies, when will positively be sdld to
the highest bidder,
Tihe ESTATE lying in Court Street,
formerly called Moffatr Estate, bounded as fol-
lowa : -Un Court street, there measuring eighty
feet-On Belknap's Alley, one hundred and eighty-
seven feet-On Nathaniel Johnson, one hundred
and sixty eight feet-On Tilley Whitcomb, seven-
ty feet, .ix inches ;-maki g in the whole, about
fourteen thousand square feet, which will be di-
vided into eight lots, namely- four fronting on
Court street, each about 21 feet in %idlt, andJ ti-
tending from 75 to 88 feet back, t... a C...r' L js Isce
wide; the other four fronting ,ou.iherli I.. ,iLld
Court, about the same -. idl,, and rurrner ab..ou
75 feet deep, to a back passage.
This land being situated near 'the
Court-house and centre ...f b ;n,:. will afford an
excellent opportunity for per.uo. disposed to iid-
vest their proper y in R..al .it c.
To be sold in one or more lots, as
may best su:t purchasers'; a generous credit will
be given. A plan of the Estate may be seen, and
the terms on credit known, by applying to the
.ashier of the Union Bank, or to
G. Burroughs, jun. avelt.
I'llS DAY at I1 o'cioe k,- --
_---1.Oppoaire No 64, Ltong wharf,
Postponed from Wednesday,
T HE entire Cargo of brig May Flower, Bo3 d,
Master, from -t Petersburg, vi2;-
30 tons first quadi y Hilp,
36 do Old Sable Iron,
00 pieces Sail Cloth,'
"20 bales Ravens Duck.
4GoCditions liberal, made known at the sale,
T. K. Jones C'o auct.
On Wednesday next at 10 o'clock,
At T. K. Jones & Co's OQfce,
In Kiiby street,
A STOCK-comprising a general assort-
Sment of GOODS.
Particulars in our next.
This Day at 12 o'clock,
At May's wlErrF, nordh end,
JtOW finding from brig Olymspus, forom Got-
-.N tenburg,'
100 tons flat and square assorted Swedes
Iron-80 tub Sti.ret.
,-^-,- The brig ()OLYMPUS, a
t-- .' remarkable stanch weli built vers-
t. r-S I" ; set; 150 toi aburthen, has imade
a*-'. i... only two voyages ; sheathed and
txtsets2ly well found, and niay be fitted for sea
at a sknall expense. .:
Conditions liberal.
S., Bageojnct.
For Sale at Auction,
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At the Derby-wharf, in Salem,
The new brig ELIZA- N N,
builtof the best materials, and
5 ready for sea.

This Day at 12 o'clock,
At No 54, India wharf,
6 tons Hemp, partially damaged.
Conditions at the sale,
If'iintwell & Bond, aurt.
This Day at 12 o'clock,
,t J. Rplhey's Office,
India Street,

J WAIT & CO--and for sale at \. WELLS's 25 hhds Molasses,
bookstore, No 6, Court-street, and T. B. Wa Vi r 2 lds Rum--2 do Gmn-20 da.z Twine.
& Co's Office, back of No 10 1-2, Court-street,
-Price $1,50, in boards, with six elegant en- 1Retai/aug Mtlusses.
gravings, TONMOH RO(W, at 11 o'clock,
'Letters concerning the diseases of Opposite No 6), Long wharf,
the Urethra,-Verisimile est antem, id a quo- 40 hhds Retailing Molasses.
que praetermissum quod ipse nlon cognoverat : .1. ipleyl auct.
a nullo id quod non viderat fictum-e-Culs. By
CHARLeS BELI. Books Sale.
Introductory Note of the Auithors. On THURSDAY next, at o o'clock.
I have no other apology to offer for this On THURSDAY next, at 10 O'clock.
publication tthan t hope of informing some In the Chambers over Mesars. C & H. Barrel's
'part of the profession of facts regarding the sore, in Jy's 1.-.Id, ... Cornhilk square,
diseases ofthe urethra, which I believe to be. ILL commence -le sale at Auction of a
of the first importance in practice. The knowl- n la-ge isand val',able cohlec-i n of Euiropean
edge of these I have attained very slowly, and antd American Publications, beieg the Stoc:k oc
after repeated disappointments ; for at first, I a Bokseller, closing .is buqinnss- afer wlhch
too implicitly believed that all the information wi 11 be sold the remainder of is stock of S a
necessary to practice was already before the tionary and Fancy GOODS, comprising many
public. The unimpossibility of reconciling cir- valuable articles. TERMS.
cumstances which presented themselves, dur- urcsers to the a t of 30 dolls wil be
ing the treatment of these diseases, with pub. a, toowed 5 pr cet t--d O dols wll1 be
lished opinion's, and the method of cure gene- per cwe-do 5 p duts 10 or ct-do 200 dols a7 1
rally adopted, made it necessary for mt to-dis- upwards, 4 months crediC foa aI proved ndoas-
regard authority, and have recourse to anlato- ed Notes-all snus undnr 200dolls Cash, with
my as the surest guide.he above discousi
I am aware of the common opinion, that ,be ove discount.
Sam aware of the common opinion, that Ccotalogues will be ready for delivery on Tues.
nothing new can be said upon the subject of eay next, at the Union Circulating Lib:arv, in
stricture in the urethra. This only proves to School street, and at the store ef GEO. BUR.
me these observations come before the public RGUGHS, auct. No 9, India street.
in circumstances peculiarly disadvantageous.-
But it is certain that, of many excellent sur' Township of Land for Salet,
geons in the metropolis, with whom 1 am ac- a 'TT- ILL be sold at Publick Auction, on Wed.-
quainted, there are not two of them pros'ecuti VV nesday, 30th January inst,on the A,'ea of
the samelplan of cure in diseasesof the urethra ; the Exchange Colfee Honse, an excellent Town-
and many in the country believe that they are ship of LAND, lying north of the Waldo Pa-
following an estabhshed method, when they tent, between the rivers Kenneheck and Pe-
are in truth doing outrage to every principle nobscot, beingI No 7, in'the 8th Range, contain.
deducible from the structure and the morbid ing 23040 Acres, to whr.hi an unrquestionable
appearance of the parts concerned., ite will ba given. The terms wit be very fa-
"In the following' tracts, I have conducted vouratle for purchaser's, and will positively be
all my inquiries upon grounds ascertained by sold en that day, unless previously disposed of
anatomical investigation. I have brought for- at private sale. For further particulars inquire
ward facts which cannot be questioned; and ofB ENJ 1MlIN LEVEREtETT, at his office E.-
on these facts I trust that I have reasoned can- elauge Baildings.
didly. I trust also that I have shewn every PLEASE TO C-BSERV E
where that respect, which I sincerely feel for the above Land was advertised to be sold on
those whose opinions I have had occasion to Tuesday 15,h January,but being unavoidably
criticise, and without whose previous labours postponed, vwi;l on 30th Jan be sold to the high.
mine could have bken of little avail." jan 25 estt LiddWr.

... _- .- .r .=. ,- -

Bordeaux Old C'i.'. c: l/'.; e, .c
On MONDAY next at 12 o'clock,
: ... At No 10, Ind;a street,.
S 11 casks Claret Wine, of the 1st qua,
i!y-1 pipe Cignadlk Brandy, do d o imported in
ship Sally, Ct|pi. Scort, from Bordeaux. Also,
said Ships's Stores, rons; ing of Beef' Pork
Buster, Crockery, Ware, ...
Aso, 2 pipes first quality Holland, Gin-3
libhhds first quality Pn. 1 sh Glue.
AI !!:. 1 /&0 nii, auti.
,. ,:ci l ,'ii .'ac t ih.
1 ." A .'i ,.t q?.
On Wednc ':av Feb. 6, at. 12 o0lock.
At the yard in the rear of WHITWELL and
S.BOND's Office
12 Ewes and i Ram, of the Mei nc
Leonese, Transhumante Guadaloupe breed, .
These Sheap .are in goad condition,;and .forlner.
neas of v u.:l ,ae ,id to be equal to any ever im
ported .
Conditions at Sale.,
I'I. "':I. & Bond, auct.
On Tuesday 29th inst. 10 o'clock,
W1HITWELL & BOND's Ofnit e,
... N. 5, Kilby street,
A Large assortment of Ecrpean and Inrlia
P;er.,: GJOODi-c-n.isInI g uo
B o. ,1itt t,',----C' -irnsmere.--.Velvets
corded and plained-- white and black ,L',mtbirick
Calicoes--Linens-'.Musliis---black Sarsaets--
colored China c.-C,rnr.n Crapt --China and
Choppa:Romal lhdkfa--ei-.;,.; Silks-C-n .iu
M-anmoodies--Snnas>-tleartlh Rugs- Sooty
Romal Hdkfs--2O0 pair F encth furn'd Shoes-,
70,000 Dutch Quills, &c.
1 case kutch Crapei,
Alas-several utffs anrid tippeta,
CoflJitidns.at the sale.

S-At Private Sal- .
20 boxes white Havana Sugar, n itledI to dea
h ope Wak for Sale,

CO T1iursdaqy, Feb, 14th-i o'tcloek
S- R On the premises,
T H.NT r-.rd ROPE WALK, and Land belong,
i n i ,. IIs sam e, ilo, T :n -th0 .,..j h. i i, .,1
of the causeway of W r : ird ,~. .ni.
length '7i00i fct. ',. i.,. i h ,,.i, ta lh r ',n.i
all the 3. r l reun .1 In t, 'tu -' .. f n. r-.
the same-formerly iuni ...: .-' t. .4' r L
Dunbain. Theabove .-i .i, un ,.p[ uc.r-jn isu'U
as seldom occur,, c ..pur-hi ,, c.-n r ',s jol.
terms, a good Rope Walk, wnlch thote engaged id
the Rope making bubtuess, Will do 'wevii to rt-
'Terms,?') per cent. on deliver ..f T!.Cje Je tir
L. i. and ISm months, .' iil ,n.-' re -;it

G. Bitrroughs, jr. auct,

r', ;" L ,:;. f e .l,
"- Foraa v )er...iire -/est Indies 4.
back, ...i.. w ni >.J Scno ER,
:- a__.-&& from 7, :- *.-, t..n, burthen.-In,
quire at No. 3-, Long Wniarf. Jan V5

,Nathaniel Dayna,
No. L.ong-wharf, Has, for sale,
S IX'Y thousand illsl, few cases Tumblers
Decanters, I case woolen Stuckine- & G oves
8 0 yards Ta'lie Linen, 7)0 ,i:-c I u-.n *- Ie..1.',
10 pieces RH vens Duck, N,. L. .-', Siti,,rt.ui (. :ni.
jain Li

St. Croix and Jamai '-.-, '
T HIRTY hhds St Croix Ruin.no a-u-
t periour quality-Io0 bh.l. ] jr,s. a .'J1., hli.'
proof-tor .ale by T. & E. MOTL'EY,.No lu.el'n-
dii street. J -

.Lamp Oil,
[OSIAH BRADLEE, No. 23, lpdia-strejt, hag
J for salo, 9i casks Sumntnar Srained, aud 70 casks
winter straiiaed Spermaceti Oil, for Lamps, wair-
rantrd of the very best quality-S50 boxes lt qeual,
ity Spelinaceti Candles. jai 2

CIX or eight GENTLEMEN can be accomAo,
d0 ted in a private and central situation on rea,
sonable terms-and if des red they can be accom,
modated separate from the family. Inquire at thq
,Repertory Otfice nt. r.

P ." ,(',.,':, ,:' s .i ( .. c
UST rec r '-,-1 ,. i...' l..r ',- rv -'i tl.e t I h .k-
storect o \'. L'. 1 5 1. i.. "-.:,- C('nj d. l -l -
The 9tli iiunj,-r .-f Plikertr5-i'"C'ol-
l'ctioncf VO., ,:. ,n-,.- I, ,.-1 ; i.n '

Crabbe's Burrough.
JUST received and for sale by WM. WELLS
J and T. B. WAITE & CO. Court street,
The BU- ROK UGH, a Poem in twen-
ty four letters, by the Rev. G CB \ !. E,
(rIule 1 DOLLAR a 5 CENTS.)
For an account ol this cei-brated pro,
du tion see Edinburg Review, No. 3r.
Janu z, 3w

ProposalofJ. T. BUCKINGtA.\1,
O'R publishing by subscription Memoirs of
'the Life of GILBERT' WAKEFIELD, Bt A. i4
a vols.
The first volume written by himself. With hisi
last corrections, and notes by the editors 'l.
which is usbjoined an appendix of original Let-
ters. The second volume by the editors of thq
first volume. With an appendix, consisting chief-
ly of original Letters andl Papers,
... .. .All his study beut
To worship God arighti, ind know his works
Not hid, nor those things lst which m ght preserve
Freedom and peace to ma .
M lilt ,, P. Li. I 77.

Were any recommendations necessary, to solicit
the attention of the Publick to tlys proposal, it
might perhaps be best given in toe words of him,
who is the subject of the memoir-"- In this narra,
tive, the ingenuous youth may find some encour-
agement to persevere in that honourable path, tCo
which Conscience shal direct his steps, amid ,t lhe
seductions of example, and the general l.ccntious.
ness of thie age : and may learn, from one specd-
men at least, the infinite satisfaction of unpeutioni
ed philosophy, iu competition with preferments5
when the conditions of acceptance are inconsistent
with freedom of enquiry, a love of truth, and the
injuncfions of Christianity,"
these two volumes, containing together about
1too pages octavo,will be printed on fine wovea
paper, and handsome type,t ihbclished with a Por-
trai of Mr WiaKErir-nD.
The price to Subscribens will be five dollars
Subscrip ioss received by te intended publish.-,
er,Winter-stret.t, aud E BIUSS, No. Statr strn.et

Boston ; 'THQMAS & WHIPPLE, Nrwa;urypor.
Jaln aS.

E XCH AN GE on London-two thou.
sand pound. d sterlig i suip s o is uit puariaa .
* cto r sa:e at ha. 23a Ltgu ', .i! Ja" Li

"," T l E \WVest Boston Btreive'. A & .es, k 1. W inn, The Cabinet, 8:c.--14o i.
1 _t .I T e so..p LA ..- .- -. .. ,.i L., l... L _'AS forale, it No. S, lanoaver-street, onppo-
S'ltt, Caryno loading, an, d will sail i A ~DREW DOUNLAP, las for sae, at h, Brew- ., .. ..( 8 ,0 .l..t l.... I r on. L H site C, .e r-.-'a;i, int ad' i ',ir t his frmer T.UST published, and for sale by JOSHUA BEL
t days, havingmorethan half .k ery, Lever-itt sttet, West i tn, a stA t ,, ,,, i L,ir,. supply, thil 'l .. C GOO Lu., i oy the fCHER, C... c, rct-and at the several
a FrFight Cngagcd. For remain- No 11, Kly heet- '.e.t Lc. cr, Capt and -.l, last arrive, Bookstores in p ent eah -
r, or passage, app!y i board, ppo-'tte No 2, STRONGH BEEi, ,in barrels and halves at 7 land plai.a goldi .iJ -i.-r WA! i, L- -Genevan bales i-,raj.lu t b'l. icah Lace GOODS. Booksto CABINg f, R e sitors f
undLa tt t,or it S"'ANTON &.-. .'Il\t, No P.OR F d ,llars per lael. i b : castid .a ~ I .-rcl. ..-.F-ei d sliver and gilt ble, o ...l e Pain black and white C I f of
-llBoo rjan i ALE, .p green colour:, al! pnc- Silk Lace, 3-4, 4-4 ; POLTErz LITERATUE-No. I.
., Brood Isrirce. 3'" Ta BEER, ,at 3 dollars per b,, rlei, 0 P Jeweliy. e:, Itm .1 ,d ti. i'dis. 5-4, 6-4, 7-4 and 8-1 CONTENTS.
aeO'r .l"t, TABtLE BEER, $ n Ha:v ,l:50 t Peart 'Setts, a rl a- iearL yard s .,e -.le black is Al'rie2.-Irt-B;i.g ph.y--Gorte Frederick
A new brig ; 54 t1IS luat PORTEL and 1 -." ,.dfo a. : consisi og of Necklace, and crneli.,. i.ne, blue, mixed, green, blegroundi".l: a =CTc he l. th -Ar rl d crN the Great
stmatialnowreadyfr Head Ornaments, ru, Tops and D ops; faRI brown, and ,Im. ev- to tambour t... ,
,Fl' ea, at a l FI r f t' e f em rA R D W ich h- e c anrt i r Ul I I' ub ee ,mfi ae d gna de.uB rn r rTh--t l i ron Col
Ibe rirN andonr,-Boll, j Mo 0 N k r B T,1 ArehalroVh Ae h aceXci'l; -.f.rr-f,^., u I' --
D,. .-.r --a nirs, roqn irt: of RICHARD D., e e w.i' b deveed t .k', -, crl Irt ,E rr.-.t.:.n t h ; dr' btvrr ep .-''n '. r e1 .,;o -
of q, mte isthe owroadandywill bedefered at ally _vl
T"UUCKER,Nn, az, India Street, n iS the I.i '. n. Lro .' bit.,,. --PL l",- alr,1I. ,,nuv. S,,i Love-BEd otorial Notices,
UC ER N 3, lud treet. A ~I of the town tree ofexpense-Grains may bere .., t .. .r.. d "n i e l p "..iL.a e .. .cm. A. ., ir,.t o ..., L... e CAI NET Will be publiNshed on
TuCadaN and Iarey at tre yy L,.^ iT, I. .-Iiisl Ilk uAhe CABINET will be published On

b' esuaer et, ae uveryt, nd N o- l, K a-,rnie.v ryd --d n.nI..r r t rbnweek, ^., d- rr traand ,po ntainx 6 octa.
Si Tht brhl t rYP I bve a ex pt- c t .. :1 ,T p.b T nd iMc.uii,. n.J Cc.lu. S 3i t..-r-b ,u..lI: I 1, '- I ,ni I wide- vo pages., Some of the numbers will receive gra-
S, .8 tonst.u- r, eo e Yat at the Brewerlarge e, and No I, K- aOrn.Fin r R.. ; p.; all k u.i 0 pla Auality h :- l.ii the coloua s are pink, phiek embellishments. Twenty-six number will
S .-,-') is we'l foolun, ,.nd .-il.,well A quantity of PORTER and ALE, prcuared fer PearlDarts I Parl and gd il io p., Fin, an-d eatn 'celle- i a..-.:;- g een, straw, blue, form a volume, for which a tifle page and index
l.., _-| has jut comnpl ted her first ,,,.,,,,, J-A I 1 c Inlifn Cr--.'s P rl t ,,.tr R,.g:, m uure f n ntr retlin c.,.- fawn, orange, hair will be furnished. The price will be ,do Is per
s'- j it HARRISON & WILBY. r and carueiian Sets ; 1 0- e c. 'a""t _L...k. I,.'r,, brown, bright red, volume. Subscribers in Boston it is expected will
pl POLLOCK'S t nt SttoVeS. -. -i," ,l c ,,, ,rciof, crim,. maron an d payl dollar inadvanceat subscribing.
.-. IOMAS POLLOCK begs leave to' inlioim his ilh .-r.C.IT-i a.d Tea Knives; soup Ladles; bru, ,in ,d t-.tle ii tu, .:.%er than Can- 0No. II. will be publihedTomorrowand will
F. W. InT aham friends and the ublick, that he has no p Sets; ilverSugar Dish 1'. cr Frames, ,ith and gr.:giee-i CoCu, ; ton Crapes; contain the Portrait of Mr. COOKE.
1 dia wharf, Has for sa sedfrom his brother, Mr Alan Pe the .t es an.' Cream Pots ; without Tapersi :Labels 2 cases Madras pattern 1 case ladies' fine white Jan 1.
N h~d Fish Ul 1I0 do old Cau't' ; Bndles ouly m Americaoan ka-andgtanfso;-uten........ ...
ANDlN. from schr AnOA-SOtieCes Salr. on; t rot in England, Scotland, and her Pitchers, PoringersGob for Deeantersrum,brau I ase 4-4 British cotton 2 case. mc. c- w School Boo.
1d; o Fsish i 10"Jo olCaI V Bu Bundlese yoll r C o ies.-He h end store a t No. 32, CCurt-st. lets,f umiih!er~ Cans; dy, gin, ,&c. ; Lamps ; N5ii,ii ; o brick Dimities
h- bal s Pifieno, i isn o oite West Row) where those who wih to plr. one elegant pair of Fruit Lao.olet. ;:., ; Candles 4 ca e. >. ,ir:.:. :, 6 low A quantity of long pic- TUST published and for sale by Messrs LtN
ending chase are requested to call. He has received a Baskets; Table, Tea tS' sticks & Branches, with priced Ginghams; nic Sleeves ; will be J COLN & EDMANDS, and E LARKIN,Coril
andiesNew fro brig Lou TON. a-St e-- eo are request patte ms similar to those made fur Desert' Spoons ; Soup S, 3, 4, and 5ligh s .cas .A-l-'1'hi 1 r,'ed sold very low; hill, Boston ; E CUSHING, ll.r.gha ; and A
AsortNe OrlSwedes OTON the Inndm- rket, f rons which he expeetssoon to Ladles, Gravy & Cream socket Lamps.; plated in .:...e d..,oned; Ladies' rose white silk I ,lti N, Cl,,rl, .t', r,-,u icu i ; -et s.h.gleor
oraAssortedhave some eastings-these may be used either as do ; Salt and Mustard and gilt Scouces ;chamin- 3 cases 4-4 and 6-4 blk Hose, withlaceclcks 3 dis 50 ets pertdozen-
The hr AN, Kely, mas- Stoves or Grates. poons : Sugar Togs er Candlesticks; For brick from d to low mn's price ACAN READER
11. her i A N 3 rFa eo g r n b ricks, from nisds c ; oo I case m men's fine w white w T H E A I 1 .P C A N R
ter vill siiin3 or 4 days. For The Patent Stoves are now so gener- Butter Knis, bet ks nife Res 0 yard; grey milled .. ... ,....i
; right or Passage apply as above. ally known, ad have been found as. use", h1. I .t. i ,L. T p C.-,i I. e ond Fc poons ; i wool t ith hl:- n.me-.-. .-1 ,th.r
j n__an Itle need bO e said to recornm m e ed thiie th .-in cru: -. l., r I a 'a nd I-a ,' I II '. -, r F Ong O; L I, I h. f T h e alo1e1go n-.,, t t hi r w ith a F
f,,i, rceCof fuel, wiilnaturallyh makethem ....rea- .u,.d c. Pots ; Sugar field plated Castors ; -c %%ili l,5t, ; l 1be i 5i t,. ngolesaieor mbracig a great aridy of enter-
ect for u. r thra,, formerly. Dishes and Cream Pots i Liquor Fran.es ; ; oy .,., l e loi. i pi for cashor approved n L..., tI ... r y,
S Four g"o d V 'SS LS, to Just received, for sale A small as- trt Baskcts,triehl ,:.-It r e-.; b .tile stands; c'ell:. tf Nov i. L.=, Na ..I -r.I l-,..,p i of
.','_ proceed to North Carolina, and Just ec v d, inside plain do; .- E up- ; Tome Ele- 1, l...a*h- ut:-., .'.d k IL t i,.airing.
"' -bring cr ,,urs to. Boston. Ap- soaitment of thoerm rs,madeby one i th-bet n.,,, ,ila fra,,, : n EpI.n &c. R G Sh aw i.i ,.......u us ,*u .n ,..um. u,*,,. .r ,
'T -' ^ plyV to i N FU l;iK, No, 3 Inn- artists it Loodi Also, 3 boxies N tns and I* 1 ',,r i.i l r ,-h W l-u,,-_-,,.;:, .,hih L l", si,.l.,.i l,.,.li,-i h-tih
-R no and n ll Thrtad,of:. fi,,t and fhiN oears1mau- -ul r,.11r1y-0, li No 3 a, ,,e *. .- .., ,1.. C .,, thc
daSt who has for saenow ,d g an on factre. Dads e,% .-,ta I,,n a:,otaeutof Fac- .t,',l ,'d Ulid lat i Ir,'e. .A recched afew puck ges of GOODS, on H. Q t....I I a C m nd.:, c
hI nd- story oopds a,..l Y..i ,. lvd ,n dl l.g t o.ld chiap for Britann;.- .communion branch aLamps ; side H c.I.nu r mcnt which t I be opened and sold ''th.- u r",u. sth,,_ pI .l r,h arr--us...:,-c ,-7:' ,
( 0 0oo Pipe and hhd Stave nt n d Heading, .cash, or appro .d 9.,:d1t. ct., ; d., 1ar Pots, Sn- do ; stand do ; reading ', |,, t u, l purc,, .rs ,t rcdur, d pri es, vs. 2.. ruclu .t I ..i Ljr. -I ,,.r L.
ioo cast, ,,,i i, .rTeinme G ood, irectived Oil consignm ent, and gar Dishes and Cream do with I a,,d z L'rau.-. El:g nt tor' I, 'riinn,;ug.. IC,a l, rick Mr,,li t,, .- ., ** ... i, r l .-," h ,i ,, T i, Ii r
0 bbsTar p ,:h tobaccoo rpenti orders lim I ..r t v will be carefully atten. d Pots ; soup Ladles ; es ; tira.s Candlesticks vined do. fine yard w e IrishSheet ngs. ao Ir;-li t L.1f -- ,. ..I" '. .
t6o hhds JamcRver Tobacco,: a" t F. ; Cups; Ink tands, and side branch es. c. Linens, 7-8 Colerain do. c -i-. .- h r u-- ..
ao kegs MVanufactured do _'_ brass ), 9 and 4 s, per P .. .
cO hhbas eN C CtWlo ,,t, gitabllefor the Ed\ards 6 St. Georges, .ifnd I eandwCnf,. Bales Plais, cases bet Londone Pies, Irish ,i ',.
20 W IMark Mens willow .. o. ,COan It las ; rk dce a do, Cir. Shcciing .4 and ih L ri. ,cu,i, do. bales .,. I ,
-Markets, No 4,C0L 7 -- F f 1: LL I ver '.r~d F \.rp, "'. '. ', ,- .1 : i "
M ade ra and MariettaV.' nc, i i..ip-' 3& qrcasks. ---Er French ,and psnui.h Lr,- u.C. i taghtand D ,', Li ver1 a rd I .:tk c, icl, 4 0 kxltri Nr : .,nd Clp-,. e i ,, se,: .. ,, ,,, ,... ',. ,. he,,ti.z,.,s
2oooo Oar Rafters, 1. tr l d--C'r,v.r ance ,Ir. n .r ncopcd on u ; t' p4 ad d ttht id. n on, l., .l 450 boxes \ n od,- s h d I ,. i.- I :-.. ., ', I. .u
20 tonus .first q a ity P ine T m s r. p -,p r ,r nrc e r r ,dlnte' r-R ,l E .t-ale d ,,Eid s d ,l E .. P ,Pt-,,,;,o d o ; -eissors ; ri c..- : ep tf -ods '.L'' '"',It;*..', 7 *- ,.r.,I "

lisbur & Cle andf and cheese T.a ,: I.o. Ck crews Toast ppets, L cr Bonnets and t .. ,.
.1 boo7s po etcd,and acrou,,. dra.' n 4ir c. f b ay,,,, nd h..,, i &c' 1 ts. hi -. ** H
.Y 1,., .1/-X.-.. .. ,'y 't .r n A 'pprentic s,' tad tv t lpt Ind re r ie .LI k ,r- a, d ,~T ILI.l.\lV K I1, N- I .N 7. i, ,i- f Court. n, tli.l ,llo >..
A VE received per il,. 1 ce r,i i,, ...l.. i i.m drs ,, .,it ,he,-tc.r n,,ice--lap., CLlhar a and I ,n' ; t ,g tr, i tvI 1. t i.. i e, l.l ,... as.ort- t. -, o r t l
T *,r v r a part .. 1,i 13al P .1, PI L 1.t I" r .n .-id c,,pl. d correc. 1) --'irrtu e DeOri -'st'r .h l l .n rt',t r le, ,L .. : l
Ftil[ .. i'J, o "d 3 I H, ._ ,star, c Ad cnnP. c-. cA p.,ric a di b it stotk .t .- 1 ,.! u" i, n P -.,, .: ILLr I.-h,, '-ui'._, ,
U[ M r ,t i .,I I .1 IIi.ars-rc_ r11. .., ,.. r ,,r, i r,ni t. -l.:kt Cart- txacut i .I ,i.., ,.I ,s:ortmeni Ol ...c 1 ca:e o0 tl,:u t e:iit!cm eli 1. iVc t rIk av ter proof i, i.,-,,.. i .,h,. ,I.! ,i., ,.,[l,.'.;i ..-. r-
Biun rdi l' l ..Fl It r I ,d m c up,u ,,p r :.,)le h. N ltary Goods,consis-. L m hn, Pl c ,-- B d SArb,, b, I,.: r T.S. ,.I the ,. ,, :, .,h n,, .,-. ,,-. ;,,,les,
u .rd m l F s. .. Gentlemen or Ladies ishin toT earn -ing of Laces, Cord, N..i .hot B .-1e i ,- ,il. and ,. A.,,:,...I, n,,n, ,. ...,,,,. ,.,, .., ',. ,
cluu.-- .i lt. u. O.Frna l h.ar-_bcav eh B di c- Lpa lcitc-., dcr fl..k. b-d r .. l,,,. ,-, .. ,,, ,,,,,, n. ,
--- .:.'. .:ii .1 rl.r--ui hte 1 ur l1,, .,d- and perfect, themselves, in either' of the above B ndingaes ld, .dckc i !, r.1 T.I tL. l. l i1 1 nc I 1 .1 i .. i ,
Vei c,,, -- .n;.,',l ,* e ful .'ill ,Jl..., -. -s-au- languages can be acc orn-ol d ied ',i at kl u i rigenteell 'a.l,- .. ,, 'r : ', ,, ii.11 ,, .iu .5 _.l .t' ,' ru- r -.
"rile i ,cLir I .uu -- l ,t i [, ,I and oardapartnenlsts, at to lfu- t 1M r. St Georgesa, i b c-- m dl i l h .iu ,..ii
ra, 111, 1 :ci -00us, ..A- d ah,.aht,,_. ,la irsale. h.l ,t-.. t foocco P-- ., Brusl t -- 1, .,. ,,L...:, .' E S,, .' :ut o | t,,i c ti, ,ntr
l ant, I i.-s, -t.-c & .C ,l tc r C Gs.,.-threv.d 1-. i,- ..ni- C... awicl, di,- ous shapes and c11oon,'s, very cheap a i,,,l.
II adlthilti tr, .l .i h (I.ev h- cre- e ni T tuition in lf de,- ic',.c.ct B.ok-l, i; t ind d..,h. do- h. some ass 'tmeitofArIEFFS and'T1PPETtrS. ", L .. ...* eI ..
ce lived s. assor tment of HARD WAI '.i. c,--ig. Ft'.//7 P'u 1 0 7ir----i n, k Ca-it..- vin,, d,. t.,)' ...it, l. The above will be sold as I.-'. as .ii, can be o r ,,I -.,.,I, i,,:..i, ,' r,, ,1, I ..u,,,ud. at
s, tn.'. ') 1 .!., Sm ith s sV ices, l ron 'A I. 1 1 ,t, t 'p. S,.s tP. t .. liver I,.2c.;*c shJ l ,nd i ',, I I,.u he l .il ,.-d purchasedd s ... ,. ,,,re. ; in .,,,,,, fo r cash .,1.r .dI" 1-' ,,1 ', ', ..l ., in e-i d i,..n -
N,.. I to. l,. -,i I lns, CFryiinE Pans; f 'aJs, "-' I1 i G.LU i. ,. ratefiil .r li.e,.nrcour. l.or, riuff B:.xer.-.ilvcr p,. ..-nrb-- fruit k,-c. -c" ,'l"i dec 11 -. .. i. -
Tlri r.l ,- Jir d. .. .:1 .,- ..-n. i,- I .'- 7.,>anda nt hci has met with in teaching the pen tl Ca.e. thL. aih d I,,d-ik---do poBet i .. T B \l l
i, l.'ib,. -. Lu ,.- i.P.E L..-i u i.n ~,h,,Ll. o rte d Ia CS 'C,,,,Le .. ,.'. -1 1 : .* .t a.l Pin.- r k..- f lu,,.ln. ..-.! c- iK ves, .L u n L eec h c o a .
l.Lb.it ,h.-I.IC J._ odl t.r .* r dS t- II. o i rcl allr, ti,,. Ln r,,r,, i.: t .o r, Lv.n nii. i he- ibot G ood- air .l -.a le, t.-d l\ i,a ,i, ,,u,. H a, Ir sa NJ LN G ias rem-vc
umwnjf, ,.li. I t- hi :.,on.,- .N L 1,,rl,,rl, ,j hii a-it.-e .1. CL 'ur street, to cor- A WL' i.. .in per.,.,,,.'.n hle M nun. ,, e- i r, rr. H t.i ..ul !,,. r. I N I I I F 1amen.s Cv- r from ...,- ..- .-I 'tate and Leo ;i.:n rluiu .ir,:i t, to
i w erii!...! '' mence as sogn as six p .-.in;S 1, oil .:,ibe: d. : In,,inu ,ani o,f!h, : niic iti r,.1,;.,n and of '-I TO' ACCO--Russia u-, .1.' DITCK theN w ... I- .,. i t .. ,.. -..r ;1
cit 11 eptf lTui- esic ;i.ijs of M oond \, ,tu.u.oJ s and the be l u li ii ill esold on [It e bett of -b ofl.I I .l -' i e.- litl, t.,,,i.k1an ,.. I ... .. i. .u" u -_-:...- V'u. I L- o rPl.-ir ri
Isaac Sichc- r h eldi'l F 4, l i,-i- f. 6to 8 'cliockwiil' bb devoted to iujrst l- r I ,,Jp,. a,,dl. l1F..t i. .*. ciu- .lj >.'.-,c. L IAaiS C- i-I..I,- '*.iI1-',-, [O;' t.u-
S)a h thCe French language, asd those of Tuesdays, A |I- -,,-. her \W ork..ICrI ili-V or Jai)1I I ,I.I, .' A -. ...:.. .... .,.h E f.,I,,; .I ..,L
C ourt-street, hdii ie.,,- -nrl S 'u .1 l to the Spanish. F.r ,. r. .r. r ., J:i r tr.. b l r a- r -
6 d 1" -I nr 1i 1i i r u Itrd s o. ; i W io. it t e rho rrt i n. .:c .nndi 1- i o O g e I 1- i ,.r .u j l i l ai
S t assortment ot G.-I. E Tririslators and Copyits, No 4, ea ,ec7 .. .. .. ,,,
SilIpe i tile and i1 inl id priced Broad- c ,nnru -rc.i tf oc, Il..r.fOtr s fnrsale, sorrcebe uhd inavery superiors -). l, .i i iu .,
.o t, u I 1. --I..I black, blue, nixed, boitlh a l lif-u. .1 T1 T Ic en-rfrom tt, tl r>!.- And *r the best i ,, i.h l..; i er t ..t er.
,e .u,...- .d b .own-- ,.... E dw yards & St. G eorges, I ,, & 'u1,.co,,i n s ag ,f tromr- ,. tou- ct.. I ,, '.. ,o, I.Lit,
dinir, 3r, 1 l i, C,, -l i nernfs, double aud s;ngle .. ..ees W ax1- Flax Seed e *i *. 1... n.... V,'..., to match;
i i. .. .,, l.. -. isse C i.- .i> Trlansltors a ai Copyists,. N.. 4., Coirt-.it .e ad rorect.iat. : i l .. i various Icr s, s ., I... a
u,,l 'l-I I- AVE, for sale, A House in Cross-Stre b .d1 Meirhats anr d P i .. se a,.u.i: I J t,
-- .vlt,. r.d I..n. t green 1'.-r.,.-- v, ," s' to es hi i .1 o .i.' OW e &i u .
gren....H tJ ie ifrIap-.,fI I' L, r, Powerh&i *-..ji ,,nh sr er,,., o,-,.
All cf wh v.', ; ,:,l' ,-d for s leasa- tems 1-3 cash ..-. ce.,t -a,, ,h," _l lli N o0, In da. wharf, for e, 'g i id Am r n .. .'..., i
boe,, 1: :. is, iu l purchaser for the residue--A military L ,rid !!R F IT I.-' oand Euenos Ayr c es Horse IlUDE and Blank of every description, for Merchants,
bove,by ,., ... s, ,.e, i .e ..I s W arrant, cheap for cash- A Pew in Mr. I ...' / ', / .\ L'. -1 I RIC ; ,-.. 1 .
'nl'. iet nell's, anl one in Mr. Bnckminster's Meeting- 'TX THiRE Wire i .e ht. ,a v. .. .i ....J i ,. I'UCK ; I ..', i re'u Cyclfpedia-cheap.
O l S 1 1 Houses. V W the best n i;. a r.' equr i ll .) !i i..-...l, il .i i- -. 1 I N : I Ju: nt uu y an and anAp.
T. U ]t- To Lct- A Tcnimerit in Ridgeway's ti,o.,e iiu .. ed. e ntr .in ,i -,I,.ll i.'.r -I',- .4 .h1., C u,..-La uJ Li c ti Piece GOODS., srciiice to tile. ... I.,.,-t ,,u L .. ..
o 8 'N- Lane, well calculated for aCarpenter or Pain. Io. -ir, 1 -t r rer.,--e ir,1'l., '1 e.--'1 l, C ari .Jan 11"janI
Hi-'.u.,:-,1-,,:. .i .... "te ter, reot .'doll, per year, payable quarterly in .i : r t-ll.,me,. I r na. n FIor sale by J. & D. ECKLEY .di
,Si ... .. .I. ..u. ... .. ......ten- I ... Ort H IV LIEo I ,Ler.:of.s.. t ,-.,,, ,.. ForAsale by J.u D E CK L E Y ,' ,-,i
vr, v. te. al, t Il.mi J 1 :,1. 1 Pric- 0. Snts. LSAAC MANSFIELD,h senaved from No. 7,
s,,,hr,,, t .rl 1,,, ...Q ,,, .J a s 1... 1 pric- a ," *,,: *, t SPAS, ... n. ".* ,'; >V 1,,.... t( L SS, of all "'' -- l.L.u 361g U a oio n-stre to r ,
,i 1.. i .. r ci' i- ... r '.l-th' ': ':t ":'1. ig and Translating ittentled to Persons in towi,heaI'in ,,rd5r, at No. i..-.. ,,. .. -.. 3,4 and 6 gross each-i re
gi r,.aS'il .- I .,l L'-' .en's. ,,,,l ..i 'i a accuracy anddespatch.. 4, Union-stieet, will ve '. '1 :t' i .r .re 'Iss t ir ,.a- i s 5010 tnlis- smaller du- O. A 2 C L irnhlll,
C h., e..bl y t, '.: ,_-. .r- A <...k ,'own dee 18 by the Te ut r i..n :unj A. M .i. .. I. t i .,, .I_ r a, il L -.-r., ., W id v, W eights latl.y occupied by Mlessrs. V. A& Ii n & Co.
'jas,. '-.et- f. i L ,a -afr; rv.:1d> bhlue, drab, P. I ..e-' .e li l. I If r l eloithecounitr r, .! .; I English NiAILS- Pal, I liT.& &-. whe a he others lorsa.e an assortment ul (ENG-
and t. at! inc .- '1 I L... "- f:r Gentle- NI' -L. plea.elo .ipeif ti eheiihth otthe e-end--' '-v-t. JI a, II0 No 17, Merchant's Row. LISH GOOD.D ei3.n jau 18
inm -' .: ... .. ,gs; Common AUL REVERE 1 SON, have removed to Nc ei th:li t,...irli ,:-.. ..l.. il, lt:.i i Iilot o ,. I .
..... 'u ...u.a .a -" .eskiins, for Gentlemen's .L 1 o, Kilby Ltreet, where they keep c1.:..-tus 1ly tire ,. -- 'r. AtI. I .l' -.... iSalt-- fulpat. if.0 n
4e.. ) m lI "u, I .Il: i e and col mmortn n drab for sale- n-.1 o OilIN & W t, i, e er ul a .NG, No. 24tl-
Kcrtys ; Hanle ',.t-, T'w, i i'd Dulils; -For- Copper' Bolts, Spikes, Nails,eand 'to, ,POODWIN & WI-'[H.NG, No. 24,. IENJAMINWINIOW, P,. ,ui,-r.-.rm
c-t Clit h C, ohe' .a n O r- c eRs ll Nails, a d For sale, as above, among numerous l u-.ne 5,,1.-rf, ha f,,r ale, thie cargo orfthi his friends, that he has '.on' Cr.-I, ., 7
t R, d o lae. clpneb Rings, a Bl sizes; articiesofRoe, MJnufIme, aI new supply of El- urug y o, .... -..., Cfro'i C7 consisting of- oo 0 Cornhill-the new Brick tore, direct y opposite
H- rd op cii, g tu ni z- alse do do eganit Brass At. t, 0 1Il 'Iar. ';',-Ill to c |atch-white hd-s.L'lriz.. i,-..-ir-- d -aidilbrig,lying arthe Iis former ta da. jan 8
aiBo1 d lc.. gr....,..position sailsd ; .,.l L,, --11 ibl,-ai, l.. cir .fa r 5v lu .- WatchHouse,attheLongwharf
,OHN &CHAS. 'BRADFORD, Church, Academy and Ship Bells, dodo. ann-i a1 ,,l--...ni lt.l i h .. ,, ir, ..li- July 17 eptf. i .1 ,
SlN& HAvlb S T. Andl nti frm t (9 3. L 'lte -...ve I to:en. :.. -,'t Il-usl. & icul, .. i i
a vh received hby t e .Jane and Hecto fromi "n 9 3 A d GI(... ... v.-. ,.,. I t, Stoe.,,- i.I. ,X .-... ... No. z8, (North sides) C-isr -tr..,t,

Lieip.~ ,uJ 'I,,tl r," pistol adsoioon lsup-
nile, s,1 '.1 j, 5., lu. .I SHiEFFII.J 1)
RT'7'oL C' 9DS...izL--
l 1.I. IK-'-i.> and Forks :
Ido Pen and Pocket Knives, Razr;s & Scissors :
]do FiLes ofanapproved quality':
1no t':.r ,d YIVt Buttons
t ,Sia i u :, : .1 1 Potnd I ins:
14casks 2., Kerp,:
Sdo Britannia ana iPewter Tea Pets ;
I cask Pewter Measures, ftom one gallon to a
h.l l.Hi -
L M I.I. jn '! Seine Twine : M 6..c'rA rl Herrirg
I inc : .,. ie, double & treble .lil-.t plate '. ;.-
eis and Spades :
Si, ,P ,is : Socket Shovels :
I .'t it;el, of the best quality. IN STORE--
Bristol Crown Window Glass, 6 by 8
7 by 9, and 10 by 8 : 12 handsome Parlour Giran.
doie. l.'i i. n,. lLj

Hard Ware.
T & E. PHILLIPS, offer for ale, atNo 2, Phil-
a o lip's Buildings, Kitby street, the following
Packages aI uceivcd per G ossypiuin, fioom Liverpeol,
on Consignment, viz-
2 casks Wood SCIIREWS,
2 do Carpenter's and Shoe HAMMERS,
5 casks HINGES, being general assortment,
2 do chest, trunk, and other LOCKS,
2 do STFELY .,RiS
2 do Ring and Kuob LOCKS and LATCHES,
1 do 8, 10, 12, and 14 oz TACKS,
I de d and 3d fine CLOLUTS,
I do Tablei n:d' Ta SPOONS,
1 do BUI"TON.-i-10 cases do.
o60 bundles blistered STEEL,
14 cases PINS. Jon 11
Hard' Ware.
C ASKS of Brass FKctt'e- ; bales of Saddler's
Webbing ; do of PiLeeCs C'.cks ; steel plate
Shovels; ai an aditinal supply oi CUTLERY, re.
ceived per Caroline tro. nriinol, and Jane from
Liver-o-i., are for saleo ... .-d armas by W. & G.
'I itCKE L ..MAN, No. i ,r;ArEI-STREET.
.Nov6. epttf

Storrow and Brown,
ave >tr sale, At No. 53, Broad-st.
[I'HTlialessaperfine BROADCLOTHS and
CaiSIMEKES, now on beard the Aifred,froml
Livorpeol eptf. may 29.

D SHUIJRTLEFF, has removed to No 18,
Htanover street, lately occupied by Dr.
Cast, and ex'icty opposite to the Hon. John Cof-
fin Jnoes, Esq. eptf nov 27

Valuable Farm !

Stove Pipe-a- .ru'i6 u,,i.,nn( ,l ir..ii >iru Nathan Appetol,
Pelesgar nds Mortars- ,,.~:visI-,na Is r.I- Iouths- EGS leave to inform his Friends and the Cus
Chimney Backs-Sal. Weights-Stair rail Screws n toomers of the late firn of S. & N. Appleton
-Locks ofthe best workmanship--Musket & Fow- that lie lAs formed a connection i* buiintss with
ling Pieces, of pr;,.[e 1 high finish.u Cl':.cl. 1.lik .r's Latheat 50dls. EBN APPLETON, an,, that his business in fi -
1 Jeweller'sdo. price 100 do. ture will lie conducted under the firm of NA-
very description of Iron Ware Castings, for a- THAN APPLETON & CO. for them 1. wn,,,f
ell -... A-A.. .1-f.... a THAN APPLETON & CO. for whoml11L would

FOR sale, that celebrated, valuable .nid de li htnI ine rv, &c. turnisheo at siort mootie-Wi hr rte
funl I RM, eaied the Chandler Farm, oa "lhe f-.,' ..i ie I great 'varieties ef other Hard
L -i 1 k o' Connecticut River, in Brotthlbor,' f"ai'|y invit'edr tri., I .i.I C Icr-ne. i:, e observed
Vermont-containing between two and three hun: and address all Memorandums from the. country,
dred acres of excellent Land-i, much of intervale.- forwarded by mail or otherwi-e, to
The price and terms will lihe liberal. Application t gENJAMIN ANDREWS,
may be made to the subscribers in. Boston, or to Dec91 No. 4, Uion Street.
Sami. E4liot, Fsq. Attorney at Law, in Bratttleboro',
PARKI-E, APPLETUON & CO, l-!ill C \\ ilL.
lwv4m 29, Broad street. NIREW ELLIOT, No. 52, Broad-street
Shas recently received, and offers for sale,
For Sale or Exchange, a great assortment of Sheffield and Birmingham
Fo 3ae rEc a n g, HARD WARES.
A Handsome well finished HOUSE, with con- 120 bundles Sheet -Tron-50 casks;
venient Out Houses, and Stabling for Horse Cu ,: i ,. ..-.u ai.i i- "oxes-10 do BraH s Ket-
and Chaise, situated in Pleasant street, bounded 1-. -. ,,. d,, i e,, Bottoms-20 bales Twine
4o feeton the street, and too feet deep, will be -100 casks rose and clasp head Nails-Liver-
sold on good terms, for Cashor exchanged, for a poo Crown Glass, ec. tf nov 13
House near the centre of the town. Apply to
Copyists, No. 4, Court street. VV 5 or .600 dollars for two or three, years.
sept 14 tf Good security will be given, "and the interest
p 0 BE LET-and possession given pai unetually. Apply at this office.
S15Sthint. A large brick ll.,_.L, No. 108- j-n 8 .
Broad-street, containing large .ii, i ern, two par, W /ANTED-asmart active Man to
lours, and I sleeping rooma-Is well calculated for mat active Ma, to
a l.,re f,r,n;l or boarding-house. procure Subscribers for a new and popu-
Also to be Let, a large brick House lar Publication, to whom a liberal reward will be
an Shop, No and 8, Milk-street-i mediate given. Inquire of D MALLORY W CO. Suffolk
posse' ion given. Inquire at No. 72, Broad-street. Buildings. jan 15_
Dec7c.- tf W ANTED-A neat, steady, and ca--
O. BE LET-A Building in I-le W'. ms-n, to do the Cooking & other
Franklin street, suitable for a Coach mak- honsework, no a private family. None need ap-i
er, Cabinet maker or Paintr. Inquire of at the enot be recomm.ended. n 11re
OLIVER EVERETT, epetry Offce 11
No 16, Merahants Row, ,'ITANTED-An active LAD, from
'n 14. tf 12 to 14 years of age. Inquire at No 9,
A Small HOUSE ready furnish- India Wharf, q jan 8
A ed is wanted on a lease of one year-In- TANTED-A LAD, to wait in a
quire at the Repertory Office. V small family. Inquire at the Repertory
nov 28 (tf) Offia eptf sept s25

solicit a continuance of their favors.

No. 36, road Street,
Have received by the Caroline, from Liverpeol-
Broadcloths and Cassimneres ; Coat-
ings; Duffils ; Baizes and Flannels ; Calicoes
Cambricks ; Dimoties ; Tarquin Plaids; Buttons,
&fc. which will be ready for sale in a few days.
aug 8 xaw4mn

Parker & Appleton,
n ESPECTFULLY acquaint their Friends and
1% Customers, that th- y have formed a connect
ion with Mr. NATHAN APPLETON, (late of
lie fism of Messrs. S. & N. Appiecon) and that
heir business in future will be transacted under
he firn of PARKER, APPLETON & CO.

N'a 29 Broad-street,
H-ave just received by the biig Care-
ine, from Liverpoo', a part of their Fall supply of
ENGLISH GOODS, which will he ready for sale
m a few days on reasonable terms.
aun 28 i tw4 m
Copartnership Formed.
,jJ LAMORh, have formed a connection ; in busi-
ne,sunder the finn of-
atStore Nio. 31, Marlboro'-strcet, formerly occu-
ped by Dickenson & I, tin.-, where ihey eft r
tor sales n general assortment of
China, Glass and Crockery Ware.
Aug27, 1810. tf (Sept 6)
L OST-between State Street and the
.a Market, a Silver Watch CHAIN and KEY.
The finder shall be rewarded, by leaving them at
the Repertory Office. Jan. 18.

Greenough &C He wes,
E.: t[ C t l Lil.I.Y inform those who are afflict-

that the above is THE ONLY PLACE in Boston,
for the .ale of
which are the most safe, secret and exp ditious Cure
for the ahlovc Disease, ever made public. 7 bey *wi
totally eradicate the Lcprosy,Scurivy, Salt l heim, Chrs-
niek Rbemat.smn, Disorde s of the Skin, eImpurities of
the Blatl, and all recent infections of a Venereal
kind,in a very few days. In old and aggravated
cases of Lues Vencrea and 1.-.'.:.. and in obsti-
nate breaking out, they are 3 I tl'ik. AND SPEE-
DY REMEDY. In all complaints which pr. cecd
from a yrcne,cal Ifection not radically xcred, when
the constitution is aiTected, and the common
preparations of m..rcury increase the delhity -of
the system these pills taken in vc y -mall qua.n-
tilics, and continued for some time, are an infalli-
ble remedy. They are equally adapted for either
sex ; and where secrecy is desi ed, are extremely
convenient, as no confinement or restraint of diet
is required ; and the dose being but one small
pill the operation of wh ch is gentle, and its salu-
tary effects certain. These properties united wi h
those of their portablencss, (three boxes weighing
but half an ounce) and retaining their virtues for
any length of tine, in all climates,,render them-par-
lir.uarly convenient for travellers and sea faring -
Pri;e 6zceosn per box. Three bc;es hi a cure fr
any eeemov casae. coft2zm may 29
V[atc h Lost.
LOST, on India-Street-wh:rf 0 or about lhie
Alarket-a SILVElL A'L'ATCfI, wih :t yel-
low Silk Chain, and a blue Stono Seal. Whioe.-
er lhas onnd the samiand will return it to No
29,'lnudla-street, shall receive 5 dolls reward ft,)r
their trouble. .j;: 18

Red Clover Seed Wanted
W ANTED, by JONA. DAVIS, No. 41, 1,,h
dia-wharf, a tliuantity of red clever se,,.
woll clsaned and free !rcmn fiuo -ced, fori Cii.h' t e'
:.i, lh priced totd cih down will tbe paiw.
1)ec ; eptt