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 29, 1811
Publication Date: 1804-1811
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Preceded by: New-England repertory
Succeeded by: Repertory and general advertiser

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The Repertory, J. Ripley,
Ts Published TUESDAYS atnd rIirl-DAYS, by No. 3, indi-street, Has for Sale,
JOILV Pi.RK, in tI-. East Chlmber, OL ; ANDING from Packet,
St-Ar E lOUSa. ..... iOSO'V, (MasL..)....1811. L45 hhds Havana Molasses and Sugar.
CO.NVDITIOAS. LLanding from stuoop Truro,
40 hhds Martinico Molasses.
1. Foutn sa t.as ame a Am,t'o in advance Lanrg fr: schr Morning St-ar,
a,'h .- .' 12 cents single. Distant n R ice -ni ... r.-.rs -
S,-.: ---.r...--'- m'orward a YA' .s subrip.. 150 boxea wairte10e laan 1 r 'I, ant, gr,
.., i, -', a n 3S00 pieces Russia n I .t ,.s e.k and
2. No subscription can bs received for a less Sheetings, .
term than six Mo0tNTs. X50 tons C1.. se, :.n.ol Cables,
3. No paper' will be discontinued until arreara- 360 caols G. .. -. r.: .,' abless
ges are settled, unless the account be put in 200 bbls Beef and Pork,
suit. 130 kegs Tobacco,
10 boxes Soapn.

Coinnmonwealth of >L ,,-tu st.,.
se'rFOLK, sS. At theSupremeJudicial Court,be-
gun and hoiden at Boston, within the county of
Suffolk, tor the counties of Suff ilk and Nan-
tucl:et, on the Iurtn Tue day of November, in
tne year of our Lord one thou:and,eight hundred
and tenl-
SPON the petition of i.'.ut. Jones,
of Boston, in said county of Suffblk, Rigger,
husband ot-Nanc Jones who was !egalily appont-
e4 guardian cf, aIeuei C. Lorkin, a minor and her
son-shewing that said minor is seized of a rever-
zion, er rnain,.er ofao undivided seventh part ofa
certain real estate hituate in Boston,bounded north-
'eastwardly on Cole lane, fitty tfur feet, nine inch-
es; southeastwardly on Sudbury-straet,tifty-three
feet ; snuthwest'wardlv on land of Major Johonnot,
fifty-four feet, -ix inches ; and northwesterly on
Deacon street, forty-teven fect, tcu r" inches -that
it is necessary the s,,moi should be sold for the use
and benefit of the said minor and it fully appearing
to the Court, that the -ale thereof is necessary andJ
auld be forthe benefit of said minor. It isor-
dered that thesaid William Jones be and .eb%
nonuowmred to sel. and pas deeds to :_,ii.. ,-c
saia revesio Irerantnrin iand to as .,n t.v. 1.
.eventhpartof the sai.t essate-the sail 11......
I-mes to post nosfications thirty days before the
tale, and give Bond as the law directs ; and to sec-
count for the proceei thereof with the Judge oft
Probate, for said County ; to publish an atrest edl
copy of this order in omc one newspaper T,, I
in Boston, thirty days at lea.t betboe the sale, and
to place the proceeds thereof am interest, or, landed
security, and to b e under oath as tike law directs.
A true copy attest, WVM. fUDO R, CA.
The above mentioned reversion of re-
mainder ofsaid Estate will be xold at Auction, on
MO N- DAY, the 55th of Feb'y next, at 12 o'clock.
Sale on 1he p.remies. jan _5-

S hereby given, thit the subscriber has been au-
ly appointed Administrator to tl i* tateof
late of Boston, in the county ot Suffolk, Baker, de-
ceasqd, and hath taken upon himself that tru.t by
giving bonds as the law directs ; and all persons
having demands upon the estate of said deceased,
are required to exhibit the same ; and all persons
indebted to the said estate, are called upon to, make
payment to BENJ. GARDNER, Adm'r.
jan g22
NO i F .:
S hereby given, that the subscriber has been
duly appointed administrator of the estate of'
late of Bsoston, in the county of Suffolk, widow,
d.1'...,: .1 1, kien upon himself that
.., ..y- L I, h..I a- s the law directs : and
I Pe," -s;n .- .r,,.nds upon the estate of
i..: *, .1,,, ,".....",. :. required to exhibit the
S 1 -e r.1i II p.r- s indebted to the said Es-
ate, 're called upon to make payment to
Boston, Jatnary 22, 1811.
S hereby given.that the s'absceber has been du-
ly appointed Adminitratrix to t e cstatc of
late of Boston, in the county of Suffionlk,'Fin-plate
Worker, deceased,and has taken upon herself that
trust by giving bonds as the law directs ; and all
persons having demands u-on the estate of the
said Charles Davies, are required to exhibit the
same ; and :lt persons indebted to the said estate
are called upon to make paytnet to
Boston, Jan zz, 181 t
S hereby given,that the ubseriber has been du-
ly appo nted Administrator to the estate of
A minor, late of Boston, in the County of Suffolk
deceased, and has taken upon himself that trust by
giving bonds, as the law direct s; and all persons
having demands upon the es are of the said deceas-
ed,are required to exhibit the same; and a1 per-
sons indebted to the said estate, are called upon to
make payment to
jan z, 1811.
American Academy.
HERE is to be a statute meeting of the Amer-
ican Academy of Arts and Sciences, at the
Academy's Room, Boston, on WEDNESDAY, the
3oth inst at Ir o'clock, A.M.
jan x9

at Law, (late of Raltihnore), has taken Room
No. 21, Old State House, where he will attend
to the business of his profession.
jan 11 mt

HARLES WINSLOW, informs his friends,
that he has removed to No 69,Corshill,recent.
ly occupied by Mr B WtINsow-where he offers
for sale, a general assortment of
jan a2

Iron, Copper, 0C.
THIRTY tons assorted Swedes Iron-Sheathing
A Copper-Copper Blltsa and Nails-for sale at
No 5, India wharf, by RICHARDS & JONES.
Exchange on New York, at short
sight and at 60 days Jan 18

Elegant Glass.
HE Subscribers are now opening an assortment
of elegant GLASS, consisting of
Dicanters, Tumblers, Wines, Jellies'. Custards,
Lemonades, Dishes, Jugs, Sallads, Lamps, Salvers,
&C. &c. which,.wvith other articles in their line, will
be sold at1 low prices, at No 48, Mariborough street,
end No 80 Middle street.
Cheap Ribbons.
OSIAH DOW Joy's Buildings, Cornhill Square,
Jhas received an Invoice of
Black and white lustring Ribbons-

which he offers for sale quite low, Jan 18.

10 hbds N. E im.
900 boxes smoked Herrings,
7 pip"s. Amerioan Gin,
8M0 boxes Valencia, Musaadel and Bloom
Raisins. jan 19,

Russia Goods &c.
Fat No 16, lntdiaWharf,
31 tons bes.,t St Petersburg Hemp';
300 pieces Russia Duck
300 do. Ravens do. i
700 do. Russia sheetings.;
10 bales broad Diapers
7 casks Bristles first sort
20000 pieces yellow Nankins
I cae black l.ussrings ;
91 chests best souchsing les
40 to. Cassia
30 tons Logwood
32 boxes white and brown Havana Sugar
100 bags Havana (-11..- ;
80 do best old Javado.;
5 bales Cayenne Cotton;
51 tubs Ste el ;.
40.half boxesS by 10 crown Gla's
60 baies Calcutta Cottons assorted ;
a quantity olf tus tIc si-eh Comobs
ore box elegant ivory Chessmen
most of the above entitledtodebenture, jan 22.

Cook & Foster,
No 35, In lia.street, Have for sale,
LANDING from brig Lsouisana, from New Oir
So hhds prime Kentucky Tobacco.
-Sch Ann, from Halifax,,
-3 bags Surinam Cocoa- 6 do Pimento,
45 bbls Mackerel-.-half do.
a cask of Oil-r do Copper Nails.
.'chr Providence fromHalifax,
374 bbls Mackerel-- -214 quintals
Merchantable Codfi h-i6 bbls Oil. jan at
Cambrick HandkerehieTs.
OHN FOX, No 6o, Cornhill, has for sale, a few
Pieces fine French, Cambrick HANDKER-
CHIlEfIS, suitable for gentlemen's cravats.
..'o,Fine 9-4 bleached Russia Sheet-
ings, and a larte assortment of 4-4 Irish Linenis, of
the betst quality. jan -2z

Brandy, Wine, & Oil
GNATIOUS SARGENT, offers for sale, the
cargo of brig Ida, Julohi Stacy, master, from
Eerdeauz, consisting of
Old Coguack BRANDY ; baskets
Sweet OIL of Ta bottes, superior quality i; a ftew
casks OLD WINE. jan zza

HtCmp an- Sheetings,
TEN tons of clean HEMP,and 3o pieces of
Russia SHEETINGS, of a sutperiour quality,
for sale, by CHARLES P PHELPS, No 4, Pearl-
street._ __ an zz
ThonOas Pollock,
N'. N2, Couit Street, Opposite West Row,
EGS leave to inform his Frionds and the Pub-
lick, that lIe has now a few ofat his PATENT
STOVES ready for sale, at different prices-ALSO ,
a fewn Thermometers, made by one of the best art-
ists in London. A Lso,
A complete assortment of Factory
Goods and Cotton Yarn, of ,, t. t v,,.v, which
will be sulh on tihe most mnftraite te uas, wholesale
or retail. ALSO ,
Calicoes, Ginghams, Shawls, Pocket
Hdkts, Bandannas, hsdia Cottons, Bsmbazets,cot-
ton Caisbriclks, table Cloths, ann's embossed and
patent Wia-Ite Tl'reads-white asd coloured Cotton
n banks sad balls-white chapel and superfine Nee-
dies, best London Pins, silver, metal and tailor's
Thimbles, Scissors and Penknives, ladies' and gen-
tlemen's pocket Books, shiat Buttons, gilt and met-
al do-sewing Sik and Twist c: a!l colsurs, velvet,
satin and lustring Ribbion-quality Binding, Tape,
Bobbint, ladies' and gentlemen's G'uves, Flannels,
cottons aid worsted Hlos, aitd half Hose, Mitts,
worsted anid -women Yarn f various colours-aRld a
number of other articles, all of which will be sold
on the lowest terms, wholesuae or retail, efor cah or,
approved credit. 4,v Jais. 8.
Lunt & Leach
No 18 India wharf, Have for sale,
1 WENTY tons Clean Hemp
5010 pieces Russia Duck
200 do. Sheetings;
S100 do. do. (Beaherd);
150 do. Ravens Duck
200 Hlds. James River Tobacco
3 Bales Russia Diipers
2 (1o. Crash
500 CalfSkins ;
300 Bbls No. 1 Beef;
200 Bags Peppe ;
5f Coils assorted. Cordage;
I Ca e Hatts. jan iI

Payson & Holibrook,
No. 5, T, save for sale,
'OUR thousand qnts. Codfith,of a superior qual-
L ity, suitable for European and W. 1. markets
-800 qnts. scale Fish-50 qnts don Fish-shlop
Fish-Salmon, and Tonguesand Sounds in kegs for
shipping-1000b hds coarse Salt ;Beef, Pork, &c.
&m. Jan 18
Thos. C, Amory & GCo.
No 38, India wharf, Have for sale,
R ECE1V ED per ship Bellona, from St. Peters-
8 bales of Sheetings, and
10 bales of Ravens Duck. Jan 18 -

John T. Sargent.
No.4o India wharf, Has for sale,
A Few pipes Cogniack Brandy and Holland Gin,
a xoo kegs of very superior manufactured To-
baeco--whichdealers in that article are invited to
call and inspect. jan i8

TWENTY hhds Wirdward Island
S Rum-for sale by JOHNSON &ADAMs,
No 36, Long wharf. aJd 18
XCHANGE on London-two thou-
fE sand pounds sterling int sums to stit purchas.-
ers for .le at No. 21, Long Whalf. Jan t18.

~L~rlcs--u -- --I- ----- ----

al,.,tit..Ls the Lords of appeal in prize
c's, cu,''.lflrs.l the judgmentorcondemnation
'- ." I- I.- r A merican vessels, captured by ,his
Majesty's ships, for carrying on as illegal traf-
fick in slaves.
aiov. 'Q7,
Accounts from India are favourable. Tran-
quillity prevails in the country. The party of
Coparel Sing, by whom it was lately disturbed,
had been completely destroyed by a detachment
of cavalry under the command of Lt. Col.
Browne Meatr Khan, suspected of meditating
an attack on Bundiecund, or an incursion into
Bezar, had renounced his project.
On Saturday evening, the Prince of Wales anti
Duke of York, arrived at Windsor; and yester-
day Earls Ciniden and L;-. y.-,
The 1: ,. I .11.rtimen ts ,t I. ,n i' .,,st t Pal.
ace, are fitted up for the ,: et1 -,
Sir' John im --t, =-,,. .... o.
mouth from \. us]..,,1.

ARs, wov. 12.
Circular to the Aachbisl.op and Bishops.
'' Ss a,
1 is with-i.finite pleasure that I announce to
you the happy pi'egnancy of the Empressimy
dear wife and companion. This proof of the
blessing which God sheds on my family, and
which is so closely connected with the happi-
ness of my people, induces me to inform you,
that it will be very agreeable to me that you
should order particular prayers to be offered
up for her safety. With which I pray to God.to
laveyou in his holy keeping.
"At our Palace of Fontainbleau, Nov. 11,
(Signed) NAPOLEAN.
"Duke of BASSANS."
.._'7 7 7- '--"

IonoV'r, nov. 28. 1 SEA E1TE-JAN 18. The peaker informed thie house he had a
On the return of the Lord Pre-ient an! Mr Lloyd submitted the following motion- communication to make to the house which re.
Lord Liverpool from Windsor, on Monday, a Resolved, That the President of the United quired secrecy. Thie doors were accordingly
Cahinet Councl was held ; and yesterday morn- States be requested to cause to be laid before cleared-after a shor t time, the doors were a-
inag the Lord Chancellor and the Chancellor of the Senate an account of the property hereto- gainm opened.
the Etchequer arr-ived at Windrsor at 9 o'clock fore belonging to the government or any of the for a reM'Kiewal of the Charter of iie Bant f t' praying
in the morning, received a report f-oIn the Phy- citizens or subjects of G Britai or Iranee, or renewal of the Charter of the Bank of the
sicians of the state of his Majesty's health, antd theirdepdecies, which has been nfat United States-ne of them friom the citizens of
immediately returned to town, when ait Cabinet under the operation of the act of the United Baltimore, and the other from an incorporated
.was asseminbled at 3 o'clock. States, of March 1, 1809, -'o interdict the Insurance company of that place.
Mi-. Love, after observing that he cenaider'ed
Another Council was held at the Foreign Of. commercial intercourse between the United the fatr. Love, after observing that he considered
fice rlast night-it was una.nimously attended. States and Great Britain and France," or under the fate of the National Bank decided by t
At that Council it was determined that a the 1st of May, 1810, relative to an intercourse vote of the committee of the whole house yes-
ter'dav', intruditeed a r'esoletiotmn to the f'ollowving
Privy Council should besummoned for this day, between the U States and thie said countries terday, introduced a resolutxpedicti to thepeal so mwinch
to which all Privy Councellors should be sumn- also, ain account of the goodIs, wares and met-ieffect :-That it is expddinnt to repeal so much
moned fior the purpose of .:r..r in,, tb-L physi- chandise imported into the United States fm of the Law, passed in May, 100, as makes it
cians respecting the state -si 1..1 ,%I. t ,' health. foreign countries, between the 1st of April,1809, the duty of thle Collectors to deposit bonds tak-
The council Chamber at Whitehall was fixed to and the 31st of December, 1810 ; distinguish. en for dut'ies in the Bank of the United States
take the examinatin. The Ciu pottcil assembleedig bt in American or any o? ts branches-and that those which
at half past 12 o'clock, and had not closed its and tsreign vessels, and specifying the coun- are now so deposited, be withdrawn-lies on the
proceedings when our paper went to press.-- tries to which tle latter belonged." table.
The report will be laid before both hot..es of Mri Taylor submitted the fbllowing motion- Mrs. Mitchill reported a billfor revising the
Parliament to-morrow. It is probable that a -" Resolved,Thata committee b e appointed to Laws, wh-ch was read thie first and se
and time, referred to a committee of the whole
committee will, as in 1788, be appointed in each in ir-c into the expe-diency of authorizing by 10isoand tme, referredade te ommitteeoft the day for Wed-
house to examine the physicians. Never was law to transfer so much of the stock standing made the order of the day for ed-
there known a more numerous attendance of to the credit of any state,pursuant to the report nesday next.
members of the Privy Council. of the commissioners for settling thle accounts i The petition of the Jersey Association, pray-
The three Chief Judges of the King's Bench, between the United States & individual states, ing fors a port of entry, presented the last ses-
Common Pleas, and ra.. --. attended in and ithe act passed thereon, entitled An act sion, was referred to thle edimmittee of cam-
their robes. There waits an immense crowd of making provision for the payment of interest of nierce and manufactures.
spectators round tIle T, ,-ir.% and Whitehall, balances due to certain states and the individu- Mr. Newton, chairman of the committee of
extending from t Isuchll tr. Downing street- al states," to creditors ofsmich state w'o were ways and means, reported a bill for remissions
street-fal. states" to creditorscasea.
so great was the pressure, that it was with dif- such prior to the 1st July, 1793, as may be ne- of Tpenalties in certain cases.
ficulty that the privy Council could get from cess .y to satisfy their respective demands The house resumed the consideration of the
their carriages. that the said committee have leave to report by unfinished business of yesterday, which was,
Bonaparte is expected on the coast; lie i to bill or otherwise." whether the house Will concur in the report oa
visit Bologne, Dunkirk and Ostend. Requisi- the committee of the whole house yesterday on
tions have been sent to different towns ona the i IOLJUSE OF REPRESEJMTJATIVES. the bill respecting the National Bank.-Mr. De-
shores of the Baltick,to furnish seamen for the THrisesnAy, JAN. 17. sha spoke in favour, and Messrs Pickman, W.
French ships of war. Preparations are making A communication aas received from the sec- Alston and Key, against a concurrence, and be.
for some great expedition. re tary of the Treasury, relative to the balance fore the question was taken, the house adjourn.
The French burning Decree has been put in due from the collectors. ed till next Monday morningat 11 o'clock.
force at Varel-39 waggon loads of British Mr. Eppes reported three bills from the civil, _
manufactures made the first bon-fire. military and navy dlepartments, making appro- e tu .
FO ov 29. priations-made the order of the day for Satur- '
A gentleman of great r.spe.-., ,i.,, -, recently Mr. Gold's resolution, providing for the more HOUSE OF JR PIESE'."ATIVES,
arrived from Holland, gives the following inter- convenient taking of bail and affidavits in thhe TtUosnAy JAi 24
testing details respecting the situation of that United States courts, waits adopted, Memorials from the Attorney anl Solicitor
unhappy country. He says, that the accounts Mr. Johnson's bill for establishing trading Generals for an increase of their salaries were
which have appeared in the English papers of houses with the Indians, was made the order of read and committed.
the distress occasioned in Holland by Bona- the day for Saturday. The motion respecting the United States Bank
parte's decrees for the prohibition of all com- Mr.lHaven's resolution was adopted, ordering was taken utip, and the ftnrther consideration of
merce, and of the rigour with which those de- information from the Treasury relative to prose- it postponed until Tuesday next.
crees were executed, fall very far short of the cutions, recoveries, cases depending, &c. for A great numberofprivate and local petitions
truth. No person ean go a mile aout of town violations of the embargo and nton intercourse were read and committed.
without being minutely searched, both upon his laws.
leaving it, and upon his return; and if hlie A committee was appointed, on Motion of itn.,y, JA- 25.
should happen to meet an officer of the Customs Mri. Pitkin, to inquire into the expediency of A motion prevailed to reconsider the vote
(rDouanieri) in his walk, the same eei'emony is altering the time of holding district and circuit passed yesterday the subject of the Bank of
repeated. Thie search for prohibited-_L ;sF courts in Connecticut, Vermiont and New York. the United States,iand the subject was taken
the houses of individuals, is garied ot%, AI ----- The doors were closed for a few minutes, to up, discupsed,and the request oftt:e House thut
ble, in more vexatiousmantner, The officer receiveaconfidentialmessage ftcom the Presi- the Senators and representatives in Congre.u
very frequently choose to make their searIch in dent. would oppose the renewal of the Charter, pas-.
the middle of the night; every individual in the Commodore Tingy's petition, complaining of sed 226 to 99.
house is forced to get tp immediately, and every attacks made on him in the Spirit of'76" while Agreeably to Pssigt-ment, at twelve o'clock,
drawer, chest, closet, &o. mustli be opeaed.- superintendent at the navy yard, was presented his E.cellency the Governotr came into ih
This visit and examination may be iepeatedjust iad read, praying for an invest nation of the House, where the Senators hlad prev'iou.ily as-
as often as the officers please, and the slightest charges-the house refused to have any thing sembled, atd delivered the following
opposition to the officer is punished with the todo with it. SPEECH
most unrelenting ser-vesity. But those measure of The Hlouse resolved into a committee of the Gentlemen ofthe Scenate, and
Bonaparte which has spread the greatest mise- whole on the Bantik (Cht rter, W. Alston in the Gestlemnen otnfa Hoaute sfqlepresentativeo,
ry and desolation throughout 11oliand, was his chair. The question tfor strikiing out the first 'Thle pleasure resulting from a convention of,
annihilating at once two thirds ofithe pub!11ie section, (which of course destroys the bill) Publick Functionaries, int diflierent Departments
debt, and thus robbing the public creditors of Mr. F k, of New York, spoke two hours a- of Government, (lelegated by a free People to
two thirds of their property. By this atrociomus against, and Mr Seybert, in fivoutr, when the promote their common welfi-re, can onl!Yv be cs-
act of violence, an immense number of families committee rose and had leave to sit sigsain. Ad- timated by those, whose primary tbiecits, in
lhav been reduced to absolute beggary. Diri- journed. the 1. -,'I, -. cfthis impo-rtant trust, are thie
in the last hfew years, many of the most re- .------ peace, bonour and happiness of' their beloved
spe-table Dutch merchants, in eonsequenceeof' FRanAY, jAN,28. country.
t e impediments thrown in the way of trade,had Mr. Bacon ealhed up his resoilutim, which he Since our last interview, Ilte disposition man-
withrlawn their capitals and placed th m in submitt-d to the house ovme time sine, iber is- i fsted by Use inhabita-ss ;f tiis cosiono ;tws.,




I I 'g01 n.hig1 7-, 1fh t,,,, Th.- ari. nst i ,tierlv riinle., b.-
r 1so tt,.. -h or, eth:rd of I ti'n-i C,,al c. nor.
Lo n io- 19. sails' It tlem, ,- ie the pe'el.- st .2: of tie
L~t n !iII l.. s, ta.- ibP i bias,rIttlc ch.Ancc.d ii t thle in tor-
It is understood r1iat c ir :iits hl i sa.le to re-. .cs, th e b t ttle chance h te ter-
inforce lord W ellingto., b', ser. ;: severlsr et, evert up-n thn, thsrd. ,ill be p d. E.er
more battalions fl.' .- thl s "c;nn! Irel.,l Ileara.nce -t trade h a vanishel 1- th, mrn-
FEvery regiment-:- the re h ; hi 'r.t i, hI te 'h,,t up th 'l-ir-untin5 -',,, s .an,,
Z la% i h ,l..n n sy i -,._,'vice h.%e
from C ad iz, and o l ., th e -foot "*, .L n itr.. all th p'i'u ns th.i s. -vice hi o b
g'a 'isu~are, S *" rog'-,*"- .,,i:,lr,.' ...
garrisounthere. "'-is. g. e f i r ir v'-. .n I. iho ? sthe p.) .unbilay of ob-
been sern from .. and .C-,.e:- ar.O ,a :I.--ir urns- an;:, -npi..m.. .H B. r1it. E C '
way from Halifax. srig part ..l.our in,' -,cn-r,.'s statement wasi that
Coroner's Invet.-An Tnqs'o was taken which related to the H,.-.pt..Is and other Char-
on Thursday, before A Tnil. E -.. C.-trw.er ir table Institutions. Their chief, and indeed
Westminster, at tle house o ir sy, i Cek :l-eir onlh Sipprr, was the property they had in
street, Berkibsi-csq e, nr the body of Francis their funds, for, ii the present wretched state of
Barintig, E 'i,-., sqot hi,,self at his house,Na Holland, it is vain to look for voluntary contri-
43, in the said street, on the preceding day.-- utions. By Bonaparte'sdecree respecting the
The deceased, it appeared by testimony of two public funds, these lr,,tii,,ons were at once
witnesses, had been in af dti,,.n,:.id -ri te for deprivedof A11rhe ir esource,., and ofcoursethe
some time. r, ar ;t, as suspiecred, from unhappy ot.hcets l'hom thel supported, have
'' 4 been left destitute. Upwasof000u
pecuniary -nb.,rr.:,!me-t. Having sent out his been left destitute. pwards of 10,000 u,,.r-
valet to order dinner, Mr ar;.r,I- locked him- tunate beings having in consequence of th,.
self in his dressing room, and sA .rly after the measure been turned out of Hospitals and oth-
report of apisto alarnied two female servants er tchasritable institutions, perish and starve
in tple houfae. in the streets. The gentleman who gives tlhi
The neighbours broke into ,e room, and afflicting relation, saw, within these three
found the deceased lying on his face dead ; a weeks, numbers of poor creatures lying in the
ball having entered his forehead. iehad apis- streets of Amsterdam, and actually dying for
tl i each hand, and one was found loaded.- want. In the midst ofthis scene ofwretched-
tol is each hand, and one was found loaded.-- es h rnhOfcr n odesbta
Verdict-Insanity. ness, the French Officers and soldiers betray
anov 20 the most urfeelini barbarty, and the most wan-
We are assured by a very near relation of the ton msolence; they are in general quartered
late Francis 1 at in'-:, that the statement of his upon such ofthe inhabitants as still retain any
having shots -in ronsequenceofpcnir portion of property, twelve, fourteen, or even
isa 'lt' unfounded. "oHe bnad sixteen of-them are sometimes quartered upon
.' ....isatogfethe none d. oneha 's.s'-
for several years secluded himself from s:a: .-t., one e.,-, t stefi
which at length l.,rn ,,s 0 on a sort of melan- 'no- ,; tleirr...t r, pal dleled state ofmis-
choly, bordering on mental derangement.- ., I ,oh tr,,t o.. ,, h .nd happy country
Early in Sept he lost a -,, particular friend, ,-.s ht-., r. ...., ,. :,.11 this complicated
and immediAtely after, his uncle Sir Francis --4 .r. .abeenproduc-
Baring, which so disordered his affectionate ed by the unpriucipled ambition, and the attro-
mind as to produce the fvit.l cO~s,-.1 .n..:-, we cioua crueltyofosNE MAN.
have already related. The tr. ., rl .. n
Mr Baring's father placed i .. ple,.i. The lost letters from IKonisburg and Me-
independence, above teleffects of all pecuniary mel mention, that orders had arrived at those
independenceificuis, andbove thenneffects ofed with all pecuniary places fom Berlin to size immediately all
difficulties, sad unconsected with all specula- British manufactures and all eolhnial (not Enro-
tions or businesss.~
oov 26 pean) produce to be found, whether in the
In consequence of the continuance of his Maj- stores or on board of ships in the harbourseand
esty's illness, it has been thnlitst arlaisqble that that many of the store houses had been already
the physicians should' -. an. s .i .re ,com- sealed tup----and that several couriers had pas-
mittee of the Privy Cotincil on Mondaty next; sed through to Russia, which caused them
and in order to insure a full attendance, a circu. to apprehend the samre measures in that coun
lar letter has been addressed to every member' try.

m'ruc.1ing the committee ol claims to inqu,
.,,o Ihe ex. pe-fenc. eof provi,livg- l .s lot .the,
ps3 ment ,,I eerat',. -cicrptisons of cl:.ms wh in a
are n,),"- '.rred be 'It: S.atule of' I mstati,,n.
P. communicati- wsas received hrom thI SleC.
rta. at Wtar, st.tIg what sums are necee-s rv
t) be jppr,4p..seu.1. ,.oa compIlet fortfic.atioas-
Os lor-d to be pri.-"
MIr F.,sk intsod .. a resI,',w'vr, ( lIh naK
p" "-'I '-.: ,v-',-'- a ,-,,!,m eco tow
ImoUstTe lirtot Sh exp'nidturu so s i-en, $ appra.,
preiaed tr the navy .lpartmsai srnce ti ie-Ai
of Jnuar t t104--l e h0s-t't.;-i n:-i, management
of the, navyyards in the United Sta-.:, and thaa
they report thereon to thoI, house.
SMr. Pitkin presented the petition of the mer-
'.hants of New li-ten. Con, praying foiI relief"
fi.-m the opervi., of thel Non Intercourse lawI
referred to thle committee of the whole house
to whom is 'eferre,! the bill supplime.tal t,-
the bill re4pect.rig .'u, coU r n ercui l rn..1r..)jljj-
with certaitr fj, ,As Clatsr.r," and ordetld to la,
Mr. She-ffey, ofVirginia, rose and observed,
115.1 it appeared by the journals (a number od
which he read to the house) that under the two
f&i'st adminitr-atiLns of this government, aido
tionia bave been repeatedly made, to Iike off the
injunction ofserrecyawith open door~si nd lie
was about reading a resolution for that purpd~e,
when the Speaker declared that for two years
past, the practice had been to make stch a ifto-
tion with closed doors, and therefore declared
tlft: motion not in order. Mr. Sheffay thie& Ap-
pealed from the decision of the Speaker, When
the question (whether the -Speaker ,as cor.
Sc I, i.el ng tak:,:n l ace- atnd noes, the d .ci.i.n
uf the Sp.a k:.r a S uJi me J-Aves, 76, N-es, ".
Mr. shetles then inilorro-a lihe lihesi,, that ins
consIquenet of the si cisin huch hs d i''t now"
been made, hlie bAd a cmrrsnne-t.i.n to make
Which requ-.:.J se.:rec 1 ,,d mrt-,d IsAt the gal-
leries tue cis .,red. Mr. Ws.~gst id he hoped
the galleries would not be cleared--the Speak-
er replied, that the rule of the House was pre-
renptory in such case--The gallerieswere ac-
ea'dingly ehleared, After they had bee" in secret
about an hour, the doors were again opened.
The House then resolved itself into a com-
mittee of the whole house, Mr. W. Alston int
the chair, on the bill for the renev-al of the char.
ter ofthe bank of the United Statel.
Mr. Porter, of New York, spoke as much as
two hours ,r. tpp..,' ,i' ,Ie motion for st'ilring
outtile It C ,,-,' .t t ,h, i llV rImediately at-
ter he had finished his sp.j.:}.. te hv.,ju,:.-tn a s
called for and carried, .'9 1n ti, alit mhise,anL
46 in the negative. The chairman then report.
el the Bill to the house, with thd amendment,
(which ificoneurred in by the houAe' destroys-
the bill:) The house then toted to consider
the report of the committee,but be fore ihe ques-
tion was put fcr" a concurrence, :tr.e ,I.js, at a-
bout 1-2 past adjourned till toi.m,-i veS morn-
While Mr. Porter was speaking, a message
was received from the Senate, informing the
house that they had passed the bill, which nhat.
before passed house, for settling the controvert-
ed boundaries of thie lands el V,.. -1 Point-and
also had agreed to postpone ithe tIhe Ib.h had
passed this house, respecting the -.isrr o1 for.
cign and Gold Coins, &c.

SATuR A'y, J A 19.

-RE -P]F-!iT fty

to rwes, i ': ]' i' ia ... .i f r..' ... a ele -i ob the Slh the CU-.l-d States. and that our off0lCuis, ow lat c
eld tlie: i) tuct-' x dIt-t s.,tdi,. -nid t iich 1, i mciasi. -g one n t't 15th November, 'wanhil lie Batoh l.truiiRo o had received suraiices that the
ti':ure nit ,1 form n1-, soW i baiiis iofi their" 'ociAi 'tuld receiv-d froin l)avid Swall, Esq of H.allow- t,-i and fort of Mobile would be evacuated i
wit; poiii al el joy,. .-.-,, it ,:'ii', i]o."' eli, and the deposition of a thiid ,person in re- without opposition, and that p,issession of the
loie .o I;,,nI!,Cnelvs :id 1 niiMnid". '. ff'd 'o at on the 27th of ..u:.. lao, i the whole country as far as Perdidi would be given t
e. ageiiis. To our ,I1,ril C" \!lj!ud ,crutyl of Hancock, ill which M-r ew tall 1- to the United States cn demand. It is xeonjec. t
- t.2 v,.:i. i I the coimm iv ni l. Tip, :'.;e;.. so woulided and bruised as to have Ial tured tllhat tl v. nour Folch has received orders
u iter:d ',r i i;.,';taup ci ...n e a ,.wiv es.eapd with his lile. When this intel!i- from havana to relinquish Florida to tlie Unit-
:;t i *-'ln:,.i ,;t tlhis ptrli'i. (,s, vou 0i" gn''ee .a! re(ei;V dIthe Counci were. .adjourned .' ed Sates, according to the treaty of cession, r
c1T- and ciih" .. i ... .,, ". '," and I had an immedia ite i view with the gen- [one account says a secret treaty between the
.,ct; e' i,, ..irit ... .. .........: tl*.:. rf'err.'id to, whose opinion coincided G;uverrouroff uba and the President of the U- I
", o i -. s iit i n lwni, t ..t the delay of the infiiimation united i. nis corresponds wiih tle re-
.... -i .i- nIsedb' iit .o cement ofMirSewall hadrln" port .-., I .. of an arrangement t having
iV' sic fo: ', s, ''. .. ... i diel d it ex; ediemit to suspend to the present pe- been a-de y amlh -rity from thle Regency of
C..;i; I i1 1 il, .. -'. I riod every meauIire in regard to this unhappy af 0 oain, for d,'liver.ingg this country to the United
'" ihe .-' i t.- ,' *' *' *-"- fair. tates. C lih troops under GC l Pike did not j
tr iC.is>^ tie '.',! ... ,1J0iJ ,. -1.' o' On both these subjects I am happy to express reach .., I .... .I ; but were met by an ex-
li c'nficts, pre ee ,.. ., I .. ,, ,a ,,,. .- .... m ;n utmost confidence that in the application of press, v ,,,, '. -o returil, and are on their
t r ii ns A Lh. .. .t I i.. i' '' lehIal remedies to the evils complained of, you march .. camp near this city.
.i s. Their en. '.; "*-I r. will be guided by those wise, discreet and hlu- -.---
t fs --ris .I .r.n. i **; w ,- e i,, In. wIi, ch have f.,r ihe;ii objects the It is .:(. n oitovernour Folci has *de-
om o ; od' nc iiee.1 has revo ,- .1 Ic, ... .nces, .i lihe indispelisble sup- livered i,, p., t ; West Florida i.a .i I.a- be. c
ii ,e oi o tit-.'.io us deces but n f ..,_.. ru r. s;tSeen N h t t w at ect, ... ,. n NewO las and the river P dido, to
ii f it to her iae icii omn ca- In the recess of the Legislature, the former t and the rier rdido, to
tionis ? "Ireatic, which ot ri;int never caln be al- County Treasurer of Middlesex and the County ,the officers of the United States government.
t -edi by one party, iave by our government Treasurer of Berkshire have abseonded,and left If this be '.e, one or the other of the follow-
",i sar'." y iaintfined, whilst tle belliger-, their publiek accounts in an ualiquidated state. ing statements will be found to be correct. Ei- e
en's, ii teii'ir "-ca ties within us, have applied j In regard to the first, the last court of sessions their our government have negotiated for this
thcir municipal p.ver, to liodify. alter, or an- I in March, 1M09, took measures to obtain an a. our n r to m
iul lhel, i pleasure. Under these circum- justment of his accounts, but were dissolved, try nd agreed to make some consideration
Stances, of what avail are such solemn corn- before they hadl accomplished the object. Since for it to the.owners ; or Governour Folch 'has
pacts ? Are they sot tie Aibuscades of perfi- that period, it has beeli under the cognizance of acted corruptly and wnhout authority, so that P
by to surprise arid plunder honest cre' utility ? 'the Court of' Common pleas of that County. On his act will be disavowed. I either case the I
The Government of the United Sta.es, from notice of the last event, the Solicitor General delivery is not in c.,sequence of the pretended
the establiaunient of their Independence to the was directed to take effectual measures for se- delivery is t in cu-seuence of invasion cnded
present period, ia their intercourse with for- eiring any demand on the part of the common- lai, an of couse r adison'sinvsion can-
eig nations, h.ve conducted with the utmost wealth, against the County .I ..-...e- of" Berk- not be justified. .
impartiality justice ai'td honour.. They have shire : but he has not yet reported thie final re- But we do not believe that any thing is yet 1
been incapable oi intentional injuries, and to suit of his proceedings. There is reason, how- effected, ilth respect to this country in a regu-
casual wrongs have applied immediate reme- ever, to believe, that in this instance there will mistaken in the
dies. They have contended fur their own rights, be no pecuniary loss to the public. la way. 1If we are not much mistaken .i the
but have never derogated from the rights of The laws relative to imprisonment for debt,are spirit of our government they dare not negotiate
others. They have not coveted foreign terri- subjects of complaint,and may require revision- with Spaliiards for the cession of it-Bonaparte a
tory, and in recovering their own,have evinced Should not confinement for debt be miodied by v weld ot allow it. And yet if any negotiation
great moderation. 'They have carefully avoid- circumstances ? Whether on mesne process and o, Ideeno t allow it. And yet if cannot be but
ed violent measures, ,and have preferred to execution on small debts, & on ;.hose of lae has been going on at Havana, it cannot be butr
them, amicable i-t .ti.-.,n They even in mounts ; on actions of Tort,and on those of civil under the authority ofthe Regency. Can our 1
this have not been hasty or urgent ; but have contracts, there should be the same liaoility cabinet consistently negotiate with a govern-
exte-ciseds patience, whilst compatible with dig- to' imprisom-rient ?---Whether a citizen in merit as possessing the rightful sovereignty of q
nity. They have punctually discharged their sny case should be arrested and holdern to spe- Spain and her colonies,and yet refuse to receive
just tdebts,'and have unlimited credit at home cialbailor mesne process, without affidavit of pain i e a cotoniesandyet refse to receive i
and abroad. Is not such a government entitled an existing debt.; and whether, some debts are l minister from that goeri eict l Depend on it,
to 1e 1 ; .1 i-..:1. S I heir stricter,. -.* not too small to justify any detention ofthe deb- this story of the surrender of the t territory by
Row have their equitable claims on thi. bhlli tor's person ; are questions which are submit- Folch will have a long tail to it. Some other 1
rents bee'i answered ? Hiv delays which have ted to your deliberate consideration. Folk .Jl i li his authority.
become denials ; and whicAl to injuries have In the business, Gentlemen,. of your present
added insusll. The crisis is rapidly approach- session, miy first object and wish will.be to ac-
ing, if not arrived, wheri our Governmelt must. cord with the Legislature. An union of senti- "NATIONAL BAN K.
sainction this .. .. eclduct or oppose to menit between thlie different departments of the T77, ,i I,-Ci of its apprehended diqSSO-
it their sovereig'u veto. The frinMer would fix State Go eernments, and between these and the --
anl indelible stain oil the nation, the latter would Government of the United States, will ensure n.
mn-inifest her wanted magnanimity. If war, success to our political pursuits, and present to The two following- paragraphs are from the New
which she still dep'ec'atrs should be tilhe result, foreign nations a full conviction, that they can York Gazette-the first from that paper of
abe hias ami-,i meIu.ans, under Diviine Providence, have no hopes of dividing, which is the only Wednesday last; the second, of Thursday.
to support it. Twelve hundred thousand br.te mean by which they can conquer us. Such ana ...;,.
and det.rniineS ifrecimen, whose necks were union cannot fail of making this nation happy at he time. are highly alarming.
never No! ed in bondage ; whose swords would home and respected abroad.The eedins of Conress which reached
leap from their scabbards,to avenge their coun- The docuinments respecting several of the sub- The pocediigs of Congress which struction ed
try's cause; whose native land abouidiH.g.with jects of this Address, with further remarkson yesterday, hve compnfidened the destruction
the necessaries, conveniences and luxuries of particular laws, will be communicated by mes- the dileirent Banks I ad a meeting yesterday for t
lifted, i sminlv thecri with every, reuisite for sage.t
wiar- i it ay a t ryto lln the purpose of concerting ineasurCes for tlie re-
war ;.lttiy bi detanct. In to any hos'.iouse native ofM E G. liefofthe Merchants-nothing was decisively
or coaliti n oil earth. In this perilous state lls After his Excellency had retired, the Speech done-another meeting is to be held to day- I
ouf public once r is, let us obey the loaud asrt was read from the chair, and committed to, some relief niust be granted to restore confi-
of enaioneal interest anid honour ; let us support Messris. Howe, of S. Davis, of B. Howard, of A- denee, or commercial credit is no more. The
every measure or tgovrnmrent s or terminattng Kittridge ind Ripley, to prepare and report a mischief wil, not be confined to us-it will ex-
foreign rapen and aig-res.iur ; let us not lds- suitable answer. tIn the Senate the Speech tend from Maine to Georgia-and the perpetra.
ter or counte.nance predilections or prejudices l committed to the ion alesr-s Brooks, Tutle, tors of the deed must fail victims to their own o
tfor or, aailast Great-Britain or Firance : d et us and Daimmick. folly.. What is the age in which we live ? Con-
exterminicitle those gernis of poblick dissension geess has broken the largest link in the great
thichi threat n harest o f pqliical misery ; SATURDAY, JAN 26. chain, and the enemy is wi..hin our camp All
let s drai every source of eign inuence, n motion of Mr Sprague of galem- is confusion, dismay, ielancholy i C these
nd muiply the streams of uncontaminated pat- Resolved, That so much of His Excellency's times continue ? Farewell then, to all that is
ioatism. Speech as refers to the militia; to the transac- dear to us. Not less than twenty capital fail-
The Militia has c .- r. 'I ,--1 Se attention tions in Brislol, county of Lincoln ; and to im- ures have occurred in this city in the course of
of the ''resdit i i' '... I States, prisonment for debt, be commnitied to a joint 48 hours T''ese failures are not cw,nfined to a
whose pripostilins for defence are of the committee-And that so much as relates, to party--they include the friends of the adnminis-
big-hest importance'. ile v.:st. objects em- County Treasurers, be committed to a select tratiou.
braced by the views of the aspiring monarchs committee.
of Europe ; their unbounded ambition, pros- A Renionstrance of a number of the citizens Tile times leSS gloo00,,'.
treating before it every obstacle ofreligion, jus- of Boston, setting forth the election of te pres- rd in consequence of an desta
tice or tiimmiiii; their frequent indic-tions ent number of Representatives in Boston to be Yesterday, in conse quence of' an titierstandl-
of an hostile disposition towards us ; the ime unconstitutional-was read and committed ing btvwcei the Directors ofthe difd.icil tanks,
required to place the nation in the best postposur- A commsi.et e is appointed to consider the t0t o thliem have liberally extended their ds-
of defcnce, and the short notice w17lich maiy pre- expediency of paying an installment of the State counts, and the rest w ill o the saitle. 'his,
cede the necessity of this, a!l conspire to urge. Debt, with liberty to report by bill or otherwise. vitl the assturance the 1Cong press woutd allow,
in preference to every other consideration, A number of petitions were read and comnfit at least four years to the U. S. Bank, to wind
hos measures, which e-'d ou public saf. ted Adjourned to Monday, 12 o'clock. up their concerns,restored confidence, nd de
ity. To perfect the officers in discipline is in- merchants yesterday received ClthIe nce,,sary aid
dispensable ; on them must depend thatt of the MO NOS, TA 28. -there were noi re stoppages yestrd:ay.--
ohldiers. An army wi hout ruleis.weak inpro- The attention of the House swas occupied hiby 'Tm, by tile prompt and liberal oldtct of hie
portion to its numbers ; but well regulated, is the reading and committing ofa great vaiety gentlemn of the tanks, sone of the most opu-
a onveable fo.,tress, defended at very point, ofprivate and local applications. Nu question lent and solvent Houses in the City will be ena-
The Steuben system nowin use. is generally f a public nature was agitated. bd trus thet at of thosgmenls-ho anere we lop
admitted to be inferior to that practised in Eu- ._ .... l l to stop, will, in a few days, lea their bu-
rpe. Ifit should be the wish of the Legisla- tostopwillinfewdysthebu-
Lttre to alopt, th1e latter, a seasoniable notice of L F ertlo rsnless.
it to our members in Congress may promote the lining
measure. And will not an Inspector Generalof ICNO.RTPTA FIDES, NUDAOUE VERITAS." The public, who ire anxiously list-ning to
the first military talents, promote expF'tditiouslyh every breath of rumour from the Southwara, re-
the desirable object ? The ..l;,... :and soldiers BOBS'ON, ''UI.qSD. JY uANAy I 9, 1811. specting the National Bank, may deceive them-
of the militia of this Commoiwealth, have maln- selves if they attach much consequence tothe
ifesiedt a mail zeal hili'hly hen,,uti ble to T IR'E 1 P OreV LJ. f1lD -.1selvesifthiey attach muchnconsequence to 1le
the :sIelves.-They have spared neither pains A letter from Portland, to a gentleman in this intimation i i the article from the N York Ga-
nor expns'e to prepare for national defence, town, dated Jan. 26, says- Early this morn- zette, that the charter will be renewed for four
Such i;;itia i t': iCd to.verI possible1 atteli- ing,j,,.st before 3 o'clock;, we were alarmed with years. %We have accounts from Washington as
tionl, aid, aind. cicourLagmnQ.unt .1i ,.i Fire. It proved to proceed from the late as the 20th, and it was not then expected
The affi'us nf the St ite-Pr1son, at the orgaan- n i sre t i itcmn that there would be any chance fur in event of
izt iono tiepr sent governnentw,W're in great ll the row saving nly some thn ,.. this kind. We presume the suggestion has
oFtas i- is the io believe was ihoving to M d. .Howe got out of Is shop.--It also con- been made in NewYork, rather to shew govern-

mal "i whattmust be done to prevent their ruin.
Board of Vis;tIIs l-lide every exertion, but ii sumed the shop of Mr Wnm Haskeil, cabinet ment what must be done to prevent their rin,
vain,'lo remedy the evil, and to reduIce the naker, Mr Starbuck's shop, r Somerby's, than from any assurance that such a meastue
Iilr.,dt I, .n ohiatie r maker, Messrs Isley & Noyes's, painters ;tha ro assurance hat su a measure
enorroius teypese,s e of the i .it'.i, n. In July but spared the building improved by Mr Colt- was contemplated.
their g'raicli!ou a isnd i.ait;,,i ti.receiveds, i an, below, and by Mr Taylor, above. Here it But let not our fellowcitizens lay that flat-
an honourlabli i testimony ':n thie 'Executive ceased burning, contrary to -ie expectations of tearing unction to their souls." The more mise-
Sstill c,,nued in plc, tll relieved by every one at the beginning The suffers a ryourrulersseeinthetrai of their measures
Mes Dr successors. srs Dan, M d owe, Mr obmesrt lr dissolving the U States Bank, the more
It is wtit deep regret, gentlemen, that I coom- Cross, Messrs Chiadbourn &1 Co. all their stock, cheerfully &. effectually will their vengeance be
mOiiuc:.t; aimy u.pIleasant inf 1, ,t;. ,, ,.. ......i;r-..- books only saved, Mr Haskell, all his stock anid wrecked on the stockholders, as they are sup-
an inmi'rtant section ofthe -'...,..... .-.hi, .', tools, Mr Somerby's slihop, Mr Starbnck's posed to be generally of tie old Washiington
the 12th October l.st I received firom theHon. do.Messrs Isley & Noyes's together with all shdoo of titios. e leading iaesheis
- ~.:. Th.:cher, information tl!.t lie had requir- the brick buildings.- Loss estimated at about sool o P e leading members
,. e,.' en Paxsni to call out 500 of thle mill- i i.,,,,m." tihe majority ill Congress have avowed that tile
ti.1,'o aid i! the i ai survey of certain lands in it rft's'd to renew the charter is a measure of pro"
thie tdiw',-ni :-uis..-. i., the county tif Licolon.-n
ioon i'ter. 1 -ec r-< .d two pettiions frni a nuim- Latest vermi news from .,L ..', -:d. sciption. It would not have such zealous ad-
ber ot muc ituibitb3tls of that town nrd neigh- Capt Wasson, arrived at New Yc k i, ., L;v- vocates, if it did not daily grow more evident
lou-l.O)od, stating sipecfick gri:evan:es,andl pray. e-pool, spoke on his p..ssage, the brig Hiberniia,' that it will helm a large portion of the commu-
ing ifor a suspcnsio'i of the survey, until the de- Capt Connell, then 30 days only from the same nity in total ruin." Tile annunciation of failures
cisioi of the L. ., ', u. could be obtainedd on port, which ihel leftnil the 10th Dec and was in- an distress will terefore be as delightful to
the subject. 1.1 -, i October I received an- formed by Capt C. that the King of England was i
other letter from Jud-e Thaher, and imnmedi- then alive, our executioirs 'ait Washington, as are the ago-
ately communicated it,' with the -other docu- nies and writhing of his victims at the stake, to a
rnents in rny possession, to the Council then in Secret Session. s xvagewa.l'ior. No : it niist appear to these
session. iOn the 26th October I, had an inter- .The/ fislo-wingisa note adddiesed to the Baltimore iiui", o .i r.r :i'-.,',, that in the common ca-
view with two respectable hiai-acters hi.;'h i el Gzete I til involve flids asel s foes, i
ofce in that county, & oblining the best in- e dera 'aze^e. i .I,,;,, '- i l involve friends as ,ell as foes,
telligence thely could give, imparted it to the I have seen a kltter from a respectable and in- and that they themselves will not escape the
Council, who passed on tne subject, and then telligent member ol Congress in which he de- shock, or nIthilg will suspend the meditated
closed their s-ssion. On the day following, clares, that though he cannot violet te ei- blow.
. ,i.uJ.,; .- l. *I -a "aspect of' aff hirs, Jt"lI 'h l o' secr'Cy-ct lii olt wirenc tile e ec -
,i I ,.:. .'-.'.--3 ,i.: consequ.laces of a conflict tive seal from his lips-yet the secret session T'uIS wai.L c ElTAINIY BE TIiHE CAStE ; tho,
in t quarter, I i took measures to obtain fr'om was of sucii vital importance to this country, short-sighted prejudice may not be eble tu see
the surveyor, Jaimes Midcolm, Esq. an explicit that its procecdilngs ought and muiit be known inevitable consequences. The contemplated
declaration Whether hle iteded to proceed by the people. They are too extensively and ruin of individuals will not affect them alone.
il. the survey florthwith, and if not, to what pe- seriously interested in a vate that u tae, toenerall The onse
tiod lie prop-osed to suspend it i" To asertii l be ikeptn the dark. You ma expect, in a few It will tallupon society generally, The conse-
tle5 pir-te s becai I ai case of necesty Cdays, to hear son.: thing very important. I hope, quence of the men, who are so much envied,
O their SQlth Oactober I received a thuitd, iand on but ear' moree" ',d whom it is determined to destroyhas grown

the 15ftl December, a fourth letter fi-om Judge outof their industry and eiterprixe. They
Thacber, -. ..,... 'ter and returns on the Tlr 7ida g. '. cannot be swept away and leave unhurt the
two orders r : -t .. r. which he h ad received Namrciaz, DEC. 17. thousands whomi they employ, and whom they
from Mr I.alcolm, who thelin stated tie "itm- We are informed of the arrival of Capt at- have fe and nourished in teir svice. ith
prudeiie of proceeediuig," and'-l prayed to be terson, of the Navy from iutoin Rouge. He is havefed and nourished i their service. With
excused from that service at present." said to .-, ig .I !i-..,-.. of thle western part of the destruction ofbil-siless will be found involv-
Qia the 15St Dtetmsi"r lhst, I received, from a.- klrida, having surrendered up peaceably to ed the interests of all who do it. Whit the nmer.

thiants g'o the n;echcncks who build their i.utih- .dication. If lie must be trie.i,hc prefers throiw-
cs and vessels the various classes connected ing himself upon the mercy of a tribunal where
;ith trade ;-the "igriculturalist who supplies teiC r.:ncorous anihuosity and blind spirit of par-
ie mret, aict r tles ty may work -i.. 1.1 -.,faiir acquittal. We must
he market, and in fact people of everydescrip- be allowed to :., n., h this occasion, that if
ion. Many millions of foreign capital must Lentulus had arraigned Cato in the Roman Sen-
go immediately out of the country ; as the ate and sat as one of his judges, the virtuous
national bank must push for the payment of partofthe Roman people woold have noticed
S1the inverted order of thing's, by cxclaming,,"thl
money loaned so must others,for their floating lpit is ov the bench and ... the bar.'"
bills will be collected and presented for specie. We cannot close this article withoutt noticing
Debts generally must be paid-and with whalit ? another allusion of the gentleman from Connec-
As this is but a mere outline of the course ticut, which must lihave cat, to the 'quick, the.
of events which is already begun, and the sub-, seIator frmni Maryland-
ect is of the greatest conseqiience, we will en- EXTRACT.
deavour, in our next, to give a more particular "No one gentlemano, -horwever sensitive he
might be ofTs-wat nvould tfrnish the uistre oft'ie
view of the circumstances which prove that senialtori-f character, &cw "
these effects must succeed the dissolutifi of As applied to Mr Smi of Maryland, this is
the national bank, and of the convulsions ii the irlony of the highest order. H'e has tarnished
commercial world which will follwl6 the lustre of the Senatoral character more than
---~. Any other man who ever sat in that body. Since
We believe there is not a country in the world, he has been in congress, lie has forfeited his
where pat ty spirit is carried to that pernicious national character, thrown off his allegiance to
his country,'-.* u.iin.c with French Protections,
extent that it is in the United States, at the pre- and stained his private and public character by
sent day. If a man happen to be a zealous ad- ingeniously drawing money frini the treasury
vocate of the powers that be, it is of no conse. to support his commercial credit. By deceit
luence, what crimes lie commits, either of and false pretences', lie li', possessed himself of
Sthe public money by sellimig bills to govera-
private or public nature, unless some individ- ment, drawing upon persoiis in whose hands he
ual be so injured, that lie can bring the culprit hlas no funds, and in ond instance he kept and
within the pale of the common law. France is used a large sum, for many months, which was
called corrupt-England is called corrupt-hbut i afterwards returned at leisure.. In other iostau-
htd ces, through his means, the treasury has sustain-
n neither of' these nations could a man hold enormous losses. : Moa hd not-t:e. denitii,:
high office, be publicly charged of fraudulent gentleman tarnished the lstie of the 'Seizat,'idl
practices against government, and ithe charges character? Yet, tie is the man who would blast
be so brought home as to produce perfect eon- the reputation of ColPickering, an honest states-
man, who after serving his country faithfully
eviction i n the mind of every intelligent citizen for forty years, and filling the high st police of
and yet be sufl-red to pass on, shielded'from trust under government, is noswpoor, and. was
scrutiny, and holding an office, where he has never known to abuse the confidence reposed"
dutics to perform, which ought never to be en- in him by fattening on the public funds. Saw1
trusted but to an honest man : an office which Sminithl would d do well to draw lessons of useful
S but t in : al instruction from the spotless honesty and inflex-
constitutes hiin a legislator for his country, uand ible I,., ..,;. of col Pickering.
;lves' 1- 1 iag iedAret-i- ti0 P_15 it

g sives to his charge tLe dearest, rights ot hisf- --
lowcitizens. Onec case was a suit against the editor ofthe"
Such however is the lamentable state of thing Anui)-Democrat, which he was afraid to prose-
in 0... i ,.i States. The Smiths of B tllimorve cute to t. ;1, ..* -... go of thie dcket.
particularly the Honourable Samnuel Smith, Sen-
ator in thli ... ..' the Unioed Stateh.,has o- In the Baltimore Federal Republican of thi e
ver and over been accused of a traneac'ion, 19th inst. we observe the f .i! ,' paragraph :
vhich if any oUier than government were a par- I"T'-ihose who have read Eppes's bill, and uti-
ty, or any tiler govcriinen tlia one which i de-stand the posture of .our foreign relations,,
protects parties in ay degree iniqt wiy, ll not hesitate to believe his Imperial majes-
protects partizais in any degree of iiquiy, tyls iSse i-Lien
though itself be the loser, wou.d have sunk him I HAVE A PARTY IN AMERICA" WHO AR BOUNDS
in disgrace,'and broughtL hinm to condigr) pun. ro oC -' ME O- I CAN RIIOSE .
Mr smith, to be sure, is punished in a deg-ree- As we do not recollect to have, seen this ex.
Hle feels the lacerationss of the press." i P! S,, o ever imputed to the emiperonr, we
knows that the statements .made in the DBaiti- ;' be glad to known of the editor of the
more Federal Republican are so full, so positive, federal Republican, whether he quotes this Ian-
so specifiek, made to his face, and in their, p.a- gu:ge as a *.'r construction of the conduct of
t .t,, I,, lt,, hlif lthatt eI- on:partCi or means to say that the expression"

ing unanswered and unnoticed in the only way
that could be expected if they were unfounded,
the public inference, except among'hii own
ginburners is, that he pleads GUILTY.
Mir Smith maly roll himself tip in his conse-
quence amoag the mob at Baltimore, or in tlhe
ascendancy lihe has over a blind and partial Sen-
ate. But of this he may be certain-That the
history of his chicanery in a very important mon-
ey transaction, is not read with indifferencenor
with party prejudice in Boston. Thie transac-
tions of'so great a merchant are interesting toi
ol.her great merchants ; they know that hones-
ty is a simple quality of the mind, and that a
man cannot well be a great rogue to day,.anmd a
man deserving confidence tomorrow. They
know that a- man who would use the vilest arts
of knavery to cheat thle government, would uot
be much restrained by conscience, if by the
same intsis he ciuld overreach an individual.
WVe have long thought it our duty to make
some reim:rks on this subject, but have been iin-
duced to it particularly at this time, bV obs-rv-
ing that this gentlenmui has the ,-h., to
whine in the Senate, about his being slandered,
when every body knows, that he has constanliy
had the mreatns at hand in Baltimore of ltt.ing
an end to the caiumilcs therg uttered i.gainst'
him, at once, if the accusations against him were
such. There are a thousand proofs that iet
does not feel above the reach of his accusers.-
He has indirectly 1teired tho lists with them, .,
repeatedly in the papers-5-and now in the Senate
he slhews the sensibility of the naked ncrve. All
this. unfortunately for the General, leads an imi-
partial public to this inquiry. Hlow comes it
that animadversions which are w')rth remem-n
being in the Senate, were not punished by their
hand of justice, when her officers require but a
word to execute her niandates- unless those
aininadversionis we're deserved.
As General Smith has taken notice of his ac.
users, in the Senate, where he could not be
ailswered by them, and where lie expected per-
haps that his implied profession of innocence
would be circulated through the country by the
Ileporters, it is but justice to give equal pub-
licity to the reply of the 1salimore Federal Re-
publicaii. We trust, thab the relation in which
Gene ral Smith stands to every citizen of the U-
nited States, and the fact, that, by his manage-
ment the Treasury has actually lost, or is likely
to lose, a large sum of money, will appear a
sufficient reason for our occupying so much
room with the subject.

has been verbally made; &8 if so, we wish to be
informed as spec c.lly as may b, convenient,
the nature of trie authority po which its authen-
ticy rests.

National Degradation.
iErtract of a letter from hi'-. .i... ., dated Jarm
ar.-y 20.
Mr. lesha, in i 'peec yesterdayy against the
tank of' the 1 .,t.o ,]-rI, declared the follow-
ing, or words to that effect. That he hald no
doubt out that'George the S3d, was aprop-ie.itor
of the stock of the Bank ;-and that instead of'
renewing the charter, the government of this
country ought to lay hands on the stock and
make use of it to conquer his North Americaw
colonies. These colonies he insisted must be
conquered or federalism would increase, and
the federalists would probably get the reins of
government into their o-wn hands. Mr. Desha
can-Ed.l!y acknowledged that lie did not under-
stalnd Htanking operations and this speech is a
proof thalit he is a mani of truth.
After reading the abcve, which no, American
of common understanding can do withoSiut sensa-
tions tlthe most :..,ani ,l .:, it must appear evi-
dent that besides the disqualifications already
in the consstiutilon with respect to candi-
dates tor a seat in congress, another amend-
ment oug'ht to be proposed and adopted, declar-
ing ihat ino IDEOT should be legible to eithe?
bern,.h ot'the National L '. .... ,

Fatlier Coffin appears, by his speech in yes-
terday's Chronicle to be. very solicitous for the
in npei. !enece of' the United States. Why is he
not as willing -to trust that to the guardianship
'f Congress as le has been on former occasions ?
It would per!i ps be as gi-Ateful to his constitu-
ents ii' he would not shew quite so ready a dispo-
sit'ion to saieriic' the independepcee of his own
stale g'.ovil'nTent. If'tiii venerable gentlemais
thinks Ltat to follow in the train of the Legisla-
tures uf Viiginia ant:d Pennsy'lvania, is an object
worthy the leg-islators of Massachusetts, we
may save much time and money by resolving at
once that their measures shall be adopted here
WiY.thout debate. Thus if we lost our state sov-
ereignty, we should save some money.

It is well for the dominant parly in our legis-
lature, that the late Resolve, respecting the
bank of the United States does not necessarily
go to the Governour, for his signature. This
gentleman w;is one of the most distinguished
advocates of the National Bantk, at the time it
was instituted, and the step taken by our House
of representatives is a reflection up(.ni him.

NEC W -u K 11 0ru 8.
nS ,. Foxi nacas-Yestcrday a constable went on board
Mr. Smith, of Maryland, said, that he had o the ship rangere, of New York, capt Thone-
"been already sufhcicntly shladered mi the as, with a warrant from a justice of the peace,
' newspapers of the country ." n ... ,,.- o, e of the sa iors a black man'l -
To come at the merits of the General's Capt Thonas refused to let the man go, but
piteavs conmplaints-has lie been slandered ?" told lWthe constable iif hle would go to the mayor
We say no, unless forsooth he relies upon tlie of the city and get :1n order in English, that lie
satirical knave's" definition of slander read by could understand, (the Jilti-ee's warrant be ing
1iamletto P,)lonius. Not an accusation has in Fr;ncht) that .he( would it lihUi take the sailor.
been alleged against lim, uiisupported by evi- The colnstcable sfwon returned with a note'froml
dence. Search the files of the Federal 1Re-pub- the mavor1, "it \.'as his opinion lie hiad
lican, examine the statLemets in the Treasulry better let hle s,i. 41r go Ibef oe the justice."-
acd Navy departments, audceir, t... ;' Capt T stili refused to let te cotnitable take
and accounts will be found proving upor this the n-ni,nd told him that he wotld go himself
hardened political inner, every thing which a and see the min '. 'The constable went off in a
man of truth and hoirnuur w uld avoid. Is this violent p: not true ? then why does !r Smith overlook against \:'.1 -apt nd crew.
the right of appeal to the laws of his country ? The ctiptain went to the mayor's office, and
It is known lie has upo two occasions resorted while ab-ltseit', ni '-'-or ten of tile cih 'li-ard, head..
to this made uf bolstering up his credit ;- but ed iy the .c tableabl, march.ld in 7.. I ., order,
lie til taken especial care not to ground inh ac- wi;.h t.a.''s -.:.'me-, ,mon boI rd the s1ilp Slr'ani;er,
tions upon specific allegoitiilts, suchli as are to anid a red-" t,'>'t ci a. nm.iin'tC T i The sainilos
be foul. in the bills sold to government, iaoli.hi arnied wiii ha.'dsik:.s, overpowered the guard.
were drawn 7vithoutfunds.-There is wisdom in :tm'd drove til,-in ifl'..--On- of ll.e .aliors wais iln-
this prudential forbearance. [n a court of law, eroudsy wouni ed, :and see',l f the ;g'u
governed by principles of'justice and establish- wcie lbhi't. "t'iOe ctp .)in tl'rwecd ii the leit
ed rules of evidence, it would be suiicient to of the action, and .-exentd tulie sailors front
prove the fact til entitle us to a verdict. i:-. full\t in, g up hch-ir victory, or probably the -uai:'rd
Smith will therefore cautiously keep the Leg- nwolmd i;h:'e b-cn r'ougyi dealt wTh!: in their i
horn transaction withdiu the pale '..' I adiju- tr.-;-t,


a'xtr'ci sa lette,.osa a gientlemani in G Vte- Cape C1ear NE by E dsIt 2"ieagues, ship Fa- .....
burg, dated A'ov 20, evening, to a ,resp.ecide :lise, of New liciIford. Jan 1, lat 44, long 42: lIr'.
-,i.ercanidid house i /of rtig N-1p' l -;riNtr ,l ihy i', of 'X ennebnnk, 9 doy), t
"I wrote Von this mo, n i per the Geor-e i froo Calctn, ir 'ill. an 8,'-lat 25, 4:;,
"Washingt, that the "l'ench minister had made long 66, 18, sch" Poliy,, 6 diys fron Martinique MR. LV1OU,.5
a demand upon thie goveranielit of Stockholni,to fr Boston. Dec s 3, c .t 25, 8, long 62, brig Previous to his departure for the Soutlhward,
adopt the continental system in Sweden with re- Reindeer, 12 days from Portland, for Guadal- has made a, e,-..er,.:nt with the Managers
gr to i itlsh mtuic"i'tir.oaes and colonial [i. e. onpe. Dec 22, schr Itaven, of Portland, 11 d4ys forge SIX. ,HT.% '*,g l .a' l I- will per-
card to Bii.. nl ... .
tot aropean prodic,., from .'; ,, .... f .. artinico. Dec 16, lot form six different characters.
"We nrow learn fr on several good sources 32, on.4 ., h," I. .,-,, Goodwln, 7 days from
kha the king laid thc business before theco cit an d tti:t t i e h nrown iPrince, B e 'rnad eoite,ude- sehr Springbird, 4 days From M arblehead, for ;;I
c red it was 1 he most nimnlialing demand that h:azily. Jan 4, off Lape Romain, ship Damaris- i bwillbe presented, a popular Play,inthree
tseitWSth ns acts, called, thle
cold be made waSweden-',at ie was reay to coita, of Bristol U 1 20 days ont for Wilming-, e
lead thie Swed-sk to ioppoi .' it, and i;,at hte re- ton-next day, schr Cera, wihic h ad been dt iv- Foundling of the lIorest.
conimende, etohti- king anid council to answer, ell out fromn Ocracock, with loss of anchors.-
that atoi'( g to the conati:uOitoo of Sweden Jan 3,a about 85 miles S of Cliharleston bar, schr Written byW. DttioN.,, Eq '.*I.nr.. of the
thcy cou, o,, t,.ke su.h scpswihouttle con- Lydia, Phillips, 24 days from C k.e Cod, for Hunter of the .ips, lI. -...
tent ofdw ;h'.i hic iis not sitting, [but if lthe VWilmington,N C. short of bread and water aid De Valmont, foi t/ignhtonly, r. Moas, t
,mperour t' shied it they w.tId convene the, di- received a supply. Jan 16, lat 36, long 67, schr Baron Longueville, ,, I: i.t.,o t
4] whir ; iusiwer ithe king and council accord- 1Hazard, Hell, 4 days from Newburyport for Florian, M '$' j ,
r,:iled.- -[,w t mch of the above ac- WAt indies, IBertrand Mr. Darlet,
ciyt is trle it is lot fot me to sny ; but :Jall the L'Eelair, 24Mr. Bernard,
amount, I have hl o-it agree thitt the above an- VESiS-ELS LE.FT. Gaspard, Mr. Barnes,
Sw r wva retuVred, though .11ido not mention At Srinain, Dec 20, brig k- Folger, of Singuine, liMr. Graham.
tLe prlS iiserted in the paieniesis'.i Nantucket, in 10 ; two brigs from Salem ; schr Lenoir, Mr. PaisonS.
:; -.a ---- Arnold, he Island ; sclir Collins,Bos- Geraldine, Mrs. Doige,
-. l to0, in 2. At Catycrne, Dee 30, Betsey, Meagh Rosabelle, Mrs. Darley,
.er,lor Boston, in 55 St Peteri, Hliskell, for New Monica, I-Mrs. Barnes,
.f ,'Li- OYor k, or loiton, un o certain sUnknown Female, MIs. Poweil,.
A long cnm;Jaiknt was made in Thursday's :. -- The Play concludes with a Scene, designed and
C. Alttre Ished A. st A g ".thlat one person can- For Wihington, N. C. paintedby Mr. Worrall.
iut secOr' a i.t'ckney C.,c.chnwhner ie wants '.. "I he stanch good schr. A view of the river Rhine by Moonlight.
i, udeor i. of a preoi ous engagement, thatORNING STAR,Delano master, On oue side, a Pavillion, nearly opposite,
., t o filesto aola la n ok to the i'rlht, -. ., will sail on Sunday next-. '- For A Bower of Lattice Wourk.
71hen we ooit to loon to te left, ad fialy ,a freight or passage apply to the The Moonbeams playing ohl the water.
hacludes by reqont testing the Fa'thars of the master oui boardat india-wharf, or to J. W. QUIN- .--- <. --
v .ot tO di friinethie t us iweFanever we sdisofey C1,No. .8, JLong-whar' j 29 To which will be a tided, the Grand Heroiek
oi to dfianch us whenever e e Pintomime, interspersed with Duetts, Chor-
Sword ofo ant With all duedeereusscsceccalled,
pray thie Faiters of the Town, to consider H. N. Rogers, usses, c c & A NA
vhut being c lat desire to acc immodania, al No 36, India street, H-as for sale, OSCAR & MALVINA:
bu ekin lae-r onductiig'ix pe'ro to the O NE hundred and 3o0lxhds James River Tobac- Or, TilBIHILL 01I' GL.
kjco NILr, r.Duff'.
'J':heatre to taking onse to, see the 'itondtrful Osic r.Duf.
leaps of Coyetano, or the knife gorging feats of o bbis Tar, Pitch, Rosin and Turpentin e Malvina, Mis. Duf
Rannie, after ita'y it pledged our word to take So casks Spirits Turpentine
,kci a pitey at ie house ,tey may fix pon, 1-000ooo O0 pipe Staves ; ).'Dors open at 5, and the Curtain rises at 6.
SSooo doi hhd and tbl Staves and Heading
we shou d deserve to be ohippsd 'if we deserted 2o hhds Willow Hats a e ,r"c
sum-h,ip' as a good Cook prides to gratiythedVezvHts ;e Vew nglandlfarine Insurance
f e appetite s a good Cook prfa solitary Cnik o tons prime Timber; ,
chlesf to inspect. out ranks ity minutes .eore 30 bagn, green Coffee, Company,
thlehor toinspct our ra. n 'isli no harm to A iooo Oar Rafters i;IVE Notice,thtat thir capital stock amounts
he hr muster. We wis no har to A. Madeira and Marcella Wine Lr to 3io,00ilodols. that they continue to make
thouh le wih to pive us of our ha Ceo and India Rubber insurances to ananiountniit exceeding T irty-t/.su-
nn inshetoh'y'to u Cs m t1Cotto and Ibndia Rubber co,"c stand Dod rs in one i iAk, upon nuols, f eig't;,,
eiws. and stall e happy to ac nodate Kegs Tobae, tNc. lmey, Goods and E lects--ai.init the captivity
lio whsin not i,'fed. .1. B .Va.*toed oft per.ens -on the life ofany one absent by Sea-

[Several other Communicatiois Ure -.ecivead,
and shall be atiended to.]
DE'Dl1CiT.IO -.-The newV Meeting-House
in Holhts-street will be dedicated oni Thursday
next. Ser-vice to begin at 11 o'clock.

At Dorchester on Stuiday evening last, Mr
Joshua Johnson, to Miss Lunice Wemtworth,
both of that town.
In this totirn by the Rev Mr Mitchellel, Mir Da-
Vid Oliver, to Miss Susan Parkman.

At Seat, in Sept last, Mr George A. Cushinaig,
of Boston son of the Rlev John A Cushitng of
Ashburnham, XEt 37.. At Dana, suddenly, on
Sunday last, Dr Thoonas Amsden, an emninent
surgeon in tiie revolutionary war, fit 60. At
WValthiam, on Tstirsday uoilsnim- last, MirsSa-
rah, wife of isaac Pa-kna, .aEt 76. At Choinq-
-ford, oil the 11th inst Lieut. Davidi Pa-rke, .fft
In this town, on Saturdqy evening, Mr James
LJane, tL 21, sou n ot.the late MNlr John M. Lane.
Funeralthis afternoon, at half ,past 3 o'clock,
from hlis mother's htitus, in Middlecot-street ;
thle f'ietdsand on 1 elations of the faisily are re-
quested to attetid without a more particular in-
t tat10n 1)
On Sunday morning, Mrs Anna O. Linzee,
.eEt 25 years, wiit of' CapLt Ralph I LIinzee. Tie
ftneral wilt be fi ron the house fher father, the
Spanish Consul, Don Juani Stoughton, This af-
telrnlUool, at 3 ao'clock-Aer liCendd are lrequetst-
ed to attend.

-'.' i( /UN OlzJ3, ORE\'. .
o. .. .. ................................ ....
Ships Isis, iillar,, Lisbon; AmAerica, Stick-
ney, do, .Sigunta, sebschevaria, Cowes ; Mari-
ner, Bush, Liverpool; Sally, Field, East In-
dies ; brig Cuba:, Jones, tfor Havana; schrs Sa-
turni, Taylor, Gibraltar, Nancy, Richards, St
John's; Ain, Kelly, Hatlifax ; Polly, Pierce,W.

Schlrs I' .......- :, Simions, York ; Lucy, Si-
intoads, Viennia : Hind, Driver, Rappahannock
sloop Susannmah, Patten, Bath.
N-u arrivals in this port" sinceour last.
0 f13y a late report ot lie Secretary of the
Treasury, it appeiiars, that the Strite of Massa-
chusetts owns more than one third of ithe ship-
ping of the United States.
A gentleman from Chatham, says-that schr-
Union, Ilenudriek, had arr. there from Charles-
ton. he had 8 days passage into the Vineyard,
and was among the fleet which sailed from
thlenee on Tl'uesdav last. [E C.HB.
Only 1 brig, (Hir-am) and 3 or 4 schooners at
Chathamn on Friday last.
Letter Bags.-The Letter Bag of ship Mary-.
Jane, for Hull; and brig Thoi mas, Peterson, for
Cowes, will both be taken from the Exchangeu
Coffee House by.the 1st Feb.
A violent gale of wind was experienced at
Edenton, N C on the 30th ult. It sat in from
the N. E. and continued to blow with little or
no intermission for three days. Many vessels
were lost ,.nd others drove ashore-among them
were two sloops at anchor, ati Ocracockl Point,
fromthe Northward, totally lobt, part of the
cargo of one saved. A passenger in the Amer-
ican Coaster, from NYork, arrived at Edenton,
informs, that hlie counted 25 sail of square-rig-
rigged and other vessels ashore on the sea-
coast from Cape Hfenry to Ocracock; 10 sail lay
on or near Chickamacomick Banks.
The ship Aurora, Potter, of Newburyport,
was spoken on the 131th inst in lat 34, long 79,
wi,., informed that he left Hampton Roads the
26th of December, and on the 1st of Jan being
then in the Gulph Stream, carried away her
fure-topmast, with all the rigging, sails, and
spars, also the main and mizzens top gallant
masts, with the sails and rigging, and at the
same time had the deck swept, and was then
making the best of her way for Charleston, be-
ing in a very leaky situation.
On the 15th inist 19 leagues S E ofCape Hen-
ry, was seen the hall ofa sloop, supposed about
50 or 60 tons, sutk level with the wuer ; she
had a yellow bwvsprit, red bottom, and black
waist-her stern so far under water could not
ascertain her name, thoughli e supposed he was
not more than about 30feet to leeward of the
the Sachem, from Boston, was in Savannah
river about 15 days si -ce.

Dec 31, 1at 39, long 56, brig Little Mary,
Levis,. 7 days from Boston, for Cadiz. Dec 10,

i .,"T' Four good VESSELS, of
about 80 to 0oo tons, to go to, N.
-... : Carolina and return to Boston with
------ Cargoes --Apply as above
jan. 9 '

John Parker &Sons,
No 2o, Long wharf, Have for sale,
r]f HEI-CarC'go of brig Stranger, consioi1g of
Guadaloupe Molasses.
The Cargo of z chooner tLydia- consisting of
Landing from brig Trident,
; Guadaloupe Molasses.
-IN S1'ORE --
300 hbis Pot and Pearl Ashes,
,5o coo bbls Batavia, Martinico, Guadaloupe and
Havana Coffee,
Hhds and tierces Muscovado Sugar,
400o boxes white and brown Havana Sugar,

an. in a.e.a of mnaney lent upon bottomry and m'-
pondeitia. JAME S HALL, Sec'Cy.
January 299

S herheby given, that the subscriber has been duly
appointed executor to the last will and testa-
men L of
late of Boston, in the County of Suffolk Sail mak-
cr,deceased; and has taken upon himself .that
trust, by giving bonds, as the law directs. All
persons having 'demands upon the estate of the
said deceased, are required to exhibit the same
and all persoas indebted to the said estate, are
called upon to make payment to
Boston, Jan ,9, 18t1. q

Take Notice.

.tGwant FI'Urnituils. ... .
bly utflult o
Salisbury & Cleveland,..
To. ro, Merchants' Row, Have for sale, THIS DAY at 1 O'clock,
O NE case 4-4.superfine London Fur- At No 10,. India ssveet.
n tures of the most fashionable figures. 7 hhds Mujscovado Sugar, for :'2-.:.-
Jan 29 eptf ing-15 bbis Gin;

Seersuckers &? Carradaries. T. If. .hnes K (o act.
OR sale by P. T. JACKS6 N, No. 64, Broad- I... .. ... ... ... .
Street- I t T L-.. K 'Co's r
IT bales broad striped V' checked Seersuck- In Ki'tby atireet,
er; A non a asor
8 do Carradaries ; !'o-- me-" ,i CO I-- a generalsstingof
22,ooe Ib green Coffee; L.T. ..rf \(O t'S- Co' ur, Cambricks-f
8 zeroons Spanish float Indigo; rcs ont Canvas
A quantity of Gunny Bags,ofa superior Cqutal ter.'-:. n .h -C'-... "s- Di.'oties-.'
ty. jaan'29 e e.,.,'g,.,m--'s I nntons,&c.
A IdigO &Conditionsibera!pmad4e.knovii at t!he sale.
A'hes; aIndigo &C.. .. ..
-OR SaleatNo. 68, Broad Street, T. l I .\' .' .I ,.'**, .. t
I 100 casks'Pot an4{ Pearl Ashes, WI-'il EL li'' 'I.,
660 lbs Carraccas Indigo, No, Kilby street,
00100 lbs sfineggreen Coffee,:i: 5 Lirge assortment of Eti-,pean and in
100 bales BngalGoods,consistingA Pi COOD
af Mamoodies, Cosas, Sannas, IBandan- B AG 6~4,. i, o. .t
nas &c. b,)'boxe white Havana Sug~rs, "' .Bt,.,; t 5-.L. :"'2i, --V~es
15 ba:cs Crash -4 casks Bristles, corded and plaloed- white and black Cambrie .
A quantity of Gunny bags. an Crded and ioesLiensd- whitMualin.s-dblackC Sarsts-
colored China do'-Canton Crapes--China and
Ravens DUck) Choppa Romal Fhidkfs-sewing Silks-Gurrahs
OR saleat No. s31, Broad-Street, by T. & J. Mamoodies---Sannas-_lHeartliRngs-..Soot3z
I I,. Jan29 Romal lid6 --?'9v [iir Frentch furr'd SL O:
70,000 .. ;il -
Of01 f I ci,.a -1, ... "

UPERFINE Richmond FLOUR, for sale by Conditi6ns at the sale..-
) COOK & FOST1ER, 35, India-Street.-'
jan 29 -, -At Private Sale-
20 boxes white.Havana Sugar, entitled to de5
Oil. benture.
iGHT puneheons Dog Fish OIL, for sale '74$' Day, at I1 o'clock,
E F. W. INGR.AH AM, No 14, India wharf. O ,,.,.- No --, Lnng wlhs,.
Jan 29 ~13 crates 1 l a. d, r. I 1.iverpotol War.,

Mr. Quincy's Speech.__ 1 &:a ct.
UST PUBLISHED, and for saleat the Gazette 1T'.L- -' tat 12 o'cloCk,
j Office Op poSte N ,10, India-streat,
111. Qu11it7y's Speech, 19 hhds best retatiliwr Molases.
Delivered in Congress on the 14th Jan.-on the fi- Couditioos made known at sale.
nal passage of the Bill for admitting Orleains into Itit weul & iBond, auct.
the :inion [i'ricfe 12,1 ceneasting-L, and .0 ents'
eer dozen ] 1 ,ret,0.eep.
0.'This celebrated Speech reflects much hon- On Wedneiday Feb. 6, at I .',.-.. k
our on the talents and patriotism of our respected At the yard in the reir of WHIVrITWE ILL and
and highly esteemed Representative-; and is pro- Bt ND's Office.
nouneed one of the ablest speeches ever delivered ] 2 Ewes and I Ram, oF the Ti.-.
in Congress. jan 29 Leose, Trah ,htin te Guadalohpe breed.
. .'. Those Sheep are in good condition,' and f.rfnei,,
f1lassac/husetts Repor0ts, o 5.-and ness of wo- a,.e said to be equal to any eyer :jj
Booth on iteal Ictcins. po~rttd.
B-ooth oaYealAcins. Conditions at 'Sale.
A FEW Copies eaci'of thc 5to Vs f Sa- & ond, act.
A noubTr" R.t'oa'TS-- and of Boo-ih on REAS"
ActioNs; are received by D. MALLORY & Co legat -..t
Suffolk i,i,. jIan 29 E leg t "

On AIONDAY 1 Ith Feb. nest,
The Cabinet, At the Hal over the Bsion Marine .nsuan
.A Zepostitory of Polite iterature f0,1e, (wih positively be sold)
No. 4, A Superb collection of elegant Paintingsa
S just published by J. BELCHER, and for sale A many of thema executed by European 4r
,L at his Printing OIice, and at the Books.tores tists of the first celebrity, viz-
where subscriptions for the work are received. -T'1'eniers--Santer--G. Flnk scholar of Remr
jan a ", brandt-Gspar Netcher De hoeg o i ',,.-
-1ri, -l'",,,mnr ma '.B i t -..r I!,, !-,.. "

Hyson, Souchong and Boisea Teas, 0N0 Aerotits for money or '.alty other pUrpOs-
8zo piecesRavens Duck,firstqualify, eeshatever, ut illae paid by te sub sc ib- House and Shop TO Let.
275 pieces Russia Duck, er, without a previous written order from him. O be Let, and ininediatc possession given, a
3oo ps Russia Shcetings, entitled to debenture, FItANCI JOTIONNO'. 11.T H-Touse and Store, No 53, Newbury street -ap-
eoo lbs prime l_ Nar, Beatoni, Juan. 28, 18 tl. ply to I. THOIMAS, Jr. No 6, Marlboro' street.
0oo casks Sugar htlad Naitls, Jan Z9
55 tons Logwood, of good quality, 'i I Jan 29
5soo lbs Caraeas and Iliand Cocoa t.us.'ac1O1 acs--,..
iS0 lids Cadiz rk Islad and! ttUbes Salt, HIE fourth Ball will he had at Concert Hall, i- b2 v fl.
so pInchlSa, New Figland Rutns, ot 'flmtirday eve iit e, a,. .--' .
3oo bxc, best Spanishl Cigars, By order of the Mausager.' This Day at 12 o'clock,
atO boxes 1spcrtn Candles, Jan 29 B.F. tp.LORNE.T.D,1 'r
50 hhds Jamaica,st. Croix and Ant iguna Rum, iOt NJ. ul .j. 1 4i ey's.O.6Ct' ,
pipes and So qr cask sla aWine. S k ere Ci;'lat i"Lirar India-Street,
.i.". ..aN u T, in.... h sr, 250 b-xeus RaiYins,
M unson & Barnard, [ th,!i iti- 2Ilidexcellentaspiriti
S a a i sfitir, nors is fi n, anithe p',io ickl tht II e 23 hhds exellent Spiitd 2 do in,
atove hauiled -ilr.try ls o:)%Ida;t N ,3 j,( 'rl". h d lttm a d o i ,
No.27, India Street, Have for sale, a eoatro, west C tlil nc.,ver St. ad 'ta":. ty ..o- lbba SSpirilb Turpentine,
zoo qr casks '.,un Powder, elicits their ,tronage s<.fthe establish. cot. 2 do Varnisl.-27 kegs Tobacco.
45 chests Hysonakin Tea, Saitl .ibraiy isu comnp'.,sed of al werius ,f celebri-.
1oo hhds Rtua, ty' in Hi.tory,Vti '. V. .ages, 'Trvel.,I,'ovel,, "-At Private Sile-
White Havana,Muscovado and Lump So- Poetry, Plays ...1A.. ,I and awi!I be dai y 60 hbids M'lastsa.-40 do N E Rlin,
gare~s, increasedsd wtthl ail en'ew wors o' a siW a a"i chiarac- Co a' Rur ices.
t1Iars, :3 laPke tComl io4Cbm Rl~l,-or Pr:kces.
Russia, India American F Ravens Duck, ter.
Russia S ,tetings, N. B. Statimonary and Books for sale To MC. If(OW, ait 10 o'clock
Few bales Cayenne andGeorgia Cotton, asabove. boleok, Maps, Charts, Plrints &c. receive.
mod and ,oLas-wroulghut Nails, e lam .-ale on umotmi-sion. Jain 29 At the State Prtist WV;n e inse, No .2, I'aM-
odand 1;r-.,wrought Nails,. Water 5Istret,
ICO bbOsSalmon, B IL L' i, It. conaen-ae e sthe aleof te following
2o do Mackeril, Jo -kee mn V described I.Ac,' UC aNIZII, nianuu c-
Ru sia Cordage, j MALLORY & CO. have lately received a tured at the atate Pian ine Ctnarlestowa', of oe
Turpentine-Ginger andMustard. small Treatise of Book-keeping, price 1z best trmaterials, viz
Mess, Cargo No I and 2 Becf, cents, in ..:ipl_,., extracted from the Encyclupe- Chaise, brid bridoon, and snafile
240 qnts English Codfisha di ,. i ..: i,.:. wih for a thorough and exten.- Bits- Batclht, al sizes-F'eriet s-waer I ,.,ks
3 casks Bristles, sive knowledge of the subject, will probably no- -inartt-t.ai e Hooks -do 'tops---cuns -OCats
39 ps German Linens, where find it so filly treated as in this little work. -SIides-KXnobs--platt i. al anIsdvtir Nails-tipt
Ico bags Pcppacr, 'J'an29 H ,-,ts---Acd n.dt itn 1.'.an jC--Ch'1se Ou-
2o reams wrticng Paper, ..--- ntai-t.--duhr f-ia:i e'-I'uh paI'e, nit-
otons Hemp, orse HairValuable School Books otelt.0it cnirclee 13 )ate- I' n ua g-
3 bales Russia Horse Hair, elegant Cs.ach Lainp.-chaiss iame'1ss-
io casks Gil, HE following Schoo. BOOKS, are published cast B'idies--tut ing Ladel.--Andirons---
50 chets Soatchong Tea, land for sale wholesale and retail, at the took. ShovelsT, "Tigs, and liiks.--t.,aroe and
3o bales New Orleans Cotton, storeofISAIAHTHOMAS, Jr. No 6, Marlbuo- ihe Shot5 cotton Cloth-Pitatd l.,, ,,
70 hhds Martnico classes. rough street,- D aks- reatus, s with 3n assoirtinent of
4oo bars aRussia Ion, cott's Lessons-Perry's Dictionary Nails & StSpikes, snpsrien ri ariny imported.
4 bales Ruisha i Seers,--Perry's Improved Spelling Book-Understand- Must ofthe above Ware h: s beet tateiy '.au-
oo6 bats bleached Rulsient Hak Sheetings, ing Reader-Testaments -Murray's Abridgement uactred.tl anid will posi-i'ely be sold free and
000 t ereen He of English Granmmar-Constitution of Massachu. untihnited toi thle highest bidder.
5ooooc art green Coffete,
40o0 casks Pot and Pearl Ashes. setts and the United States, &c &c. together with
asks ta a greatv,-: ,-y ofBooks and Stationary, wholesale Township olf Land for Sale.
5 casks Nuamegs, and retail ou the most liberal terms. ILL be sold at Pub"ck Auction, om Wed-
Just received and for sale as above- VV nesday, 30th januatmy inst. on the A-ea of
Richard D. Tucker a quantity of Writing Paper, chiefly of B ,rbank's the exchangee Colleee Hotse, aniexzellent Town-
No 37, India street, Has for sale, Manufacture. Jan az9 ship of LAND, lying northh of the Waildo Pa-
TrWENTY puncheous Old Jamaica Rum, .tent, between the tie' Kennebeck and Pe-
2o bbils Cider Brand), ; A ]Female /landerem-, nobscot, being No 7, in the Sillt Range, contain-
James River, North Carolina t Kentucky A BOUT 3 months .since, came to tse Shaker Vil- ing 23C40 Acres, to whirls an unquestionable
tobacco; large, near this place,a Young Lady, in a state title will be given. The terms wini be very f'a-
25 tons clean Hemp; ofmenzal derangement, about 17 or 18 years old ; vourable for purchasers, and will positively be
200 piecs lRussiaemp tings oft'a middle statute, a good figure, fair complexion, solid on that dcay, unhcss previously disposed of'
00 picev Russia u e-ry dark irown bair and eye brows ; full,expres- at private sale. For further particulars inquirer
300 pieces Raussia Duck; sive, dark blue eyes, high round forehead, and very ofDEN] 1,IN LEVERLETT, at his office Ex.
xSo do Ravens Duck ; t regular features.--.Shte Iais two small scars oin the
So chests Souchong rea ; I back of the neck, an(d ahnt small car on the back of change B.aildins.
8kthea, in quarter chests ; her left haind. Shie appears atill times graceful, PLEASE TO OBSERVE
50000oo lbs Coffee, anddiscovers a good education atnd .cperiour tal- the above Land was advertised to be sold oni
7o bales N Carolina Cotton ents. Four weeks since she came to her reason,but Tuesday 15 t JanuaryN, but being unavoidabLiy
oeef and Pork l cansanot ditincuy remember any 'thiug past ; she postponed, will on 30th Jan. be sold to the high.
eef and Pork; states her name to be MARY STIsVEiNS ; that ast bid1i''r.
American Gin; her father Wmi. Stevens, lived ait Lebanon Crank,
Glass Ware in crates ; Connecticut ; that lie niareied her step-niother, ]3O0J" S.
Few kegs manufactured Tobaceco. idow Mary Leonard, of Norwichi (Con.) whenio Sale.
the' was 7 years old ; that s51: h.a l-- l with iter On THURSDAY next, at 10 o'clock.
George Burrouighs Jr. fathermat Widsor,(Ver .. : at sctooi In the Chambers over Messrs. C.& H. F. Bar-
.e.e n rJ vwithi Mthiss -'ind, in Prtovidence, (tR., I.),where tre-re his stare, in Joy's ildiags, Cornlhill square
No 9, India street, Offers for sale, i sides her only uLicle,Sani'l Sabins ; that other broth- NIJ ILL continence the sate at Auction of a
.T INETEEN bales Russia Sheeting; !er, Win. 'tevens,is an attorney at Portland,(Me) ; large and valuable collect of Euoee
S5 ba -osubrod Diapers ;; and ihat tier sister Clatis,a ,tmiried ben'r. Law- v large anti valuable coiecti n of turopean
S bales broad Dispersince, a nimerchant ofPortiand ; shei.a tvin-siser nnd American Publications, having the S(toel of
16 bales stout ravens Duck ; I to Satah S:evens., and haa several younger brothers a Bookseller, closing his busaies--after which
4 bhis Prussian B.ue; iandsthers I ,. Mary Petti,, Sarah ri'ay, will be sold the rena indet ou'his stock of S:a.
100 boxes white arnd brown Havana Sugar ; Lucy and .atl '; .i Lydia Eldridge, Mr Fay, tionary and Fancy GOODS, comprising s.ainy
30 bales prime Upland Cotton. Mkiss Lull, Bury, ivi.dow Young, Parson Loudon; vaIuable ar-ticles.
Manufactured TI'cbacco ; Pimento; Mims. Ic, .,tn, b 'il, T"lton, .rc. She neither TERMvS.
4 !rrcollest I .... ,rt % li.re she left o hi"- frielths,ia ex-
Cables ; 3 bbls Arron Root ; a few Tuikey rt esely anxious, un l ars lshe 'le tmeum v,'ih retur P'urchasers to the amndt tof 30 dolls will be
Carpets &c. Ibcfore they find her. r l at owed 5 pr centc dtscouint-do o50 dols 7 1 2
Also, for sale or barter, a BRIG of 130 tons. It is presumed th'e ",i'..i1 at .um!rity will per ct-do 100 tdos 10 per et-cdi t)200 dol!s auId
jan 29 induce all editors at is,'., 'enm. in the Unitqd upward, 4 mtonthis cledr foai utpoved endai -
States, to insert the above and t.it .any person el Notes-ell suns under 2"0 ....ta Cash .tith
Brown Havana Sugam-rs. :...,iu '.t.',. .. .. .. ,.i,.. ._ .' i the above discount.
o"SIAH BRADLEE, No 29, India-street, has i .., i Cotalogueswill beradyfrdeliery.onTues
fo trsale-- k.,~ tu .'ie ,i i,. t s il o. .q
''''' ,i th. C .- I iVitlv S 'ix'To are nmo- eaty next, a; th1 e "UnI.l CireC:iatiog L 'r1 i;
229 boxes first quality brown Havana t- ,,ig ... Ie. School ee, nd a e store f 'o .
SUGARS, jn-itled to achbentnre. Jan9 un-. .. 'j.) ju, 1. 18;i) fJChO1St, suct. No 9, bndia ttut

kamp-Van Staveren & Malton, ieholars' i" G-"
Dsu w-Eglon Vamnderrieer-L inge6bay-lia!es"
tr,---Ruisdaal --Vignier-Vernet-- Hakert.-
Mo nhernr-Leund'ns-'Va' C'- L ,, ,
Molenaar- W attentu, &c. &e.
-' Part of this cotlec'ion Were exhibiter
some time saIce Iat the i. G. iC the1 residue
were lately received.
w' At- '",,. is here presented fte
gentlemen ,..' ...:. ;. epply themselves wit1
Paintings of great merit, at prices far leas than,
the cust in Europe.
conditions, tundero' 100 dolls cash-over, 9'
days credit.
Saie to commerce at 11 o'clock.
6 P. .; ond, aGct
IT41 a view of making the best -o:.sile ar-.
I rangement of the Lots, the sale of the be.,
low mentioned Estate, is unavoildabiy postone
TIPU URSDAY, 7th February,
oni the Prcmi:eaC, whlien will posiiivcly be old tq
the highest Liddcr,
'i- le '.'AT, lyIing in Court Street
formerly called Muffat s Estate, bounded as fol-
I loi's :--(ii Coort street, there intastring eighty-
feet-QOn Bldknap's Alley, ine hundred and eighty2
seven lfeet-On Nathaniel Johno.nn, one lundreq
atd sixty eight feet-On Tilley ', '. .- b, -,:Ven-.
ty feet, ix ihctes ;-nmaki g in the .:1- ...
I fourteen c thousand square feet, whir ,, it t. ,,. ..
i vided into eight lots, namely--four fronting oq
Court street, each aboat 2t feet in width, and ex-.
rtcdilng from 75 t o 8 i8em bact:u, to a Court 25 fees
x'ide he ether four trontitig sou herlyon said
Court, abou rthe Satne w-idth, ani rouning about
75 feet deep, to a back passage.
I his ,and be ng situated near thc
Court-houise and centre of business, will afford ar1
excellent opportunity for persons disposed to in-
vcst their p.oper y iii Real Estate.
i'o be soid in one or more lots, aq
may best so t purchasers; a generous credit will
be givee. A plan of the Estate may be seen, and,
the terms oni credit known, by applying tor,
Casllier of the Union Bank, or to
G. Wurr'ougl/s,jun. .nd

Rope \vWa kl. or sale.

On Thursday, Feb. 144h-12 o cdpek-,
On the promises,
T'HAT noted ROPE WALK, asl'Land belong.
Sing to the same, situate on the southierly ,id,
of the causeway of VVet flotot lBridge, running min
length 700 tfeet, and in width I0 feet, together within
Adl the furniutire and machinery appropriated ti1
Othe same-foie uterly improved by Metsrs : ,. OU
Dunbapm. 'hIte above afltbds on oppor.unsity (sucl,
as s.uoi occur .. I. h.. on reasonable
terMs, a.iood RoIt e k ,-',-. ,,.i :ho o. I .
the RKope making buieiss, will doti0ie 1n-
Ter'ms,25 per cent. on delivery of the deed, th)(
reiluainder in 6,9 antd 12tionths, vYith interest au.q
goqd security.
G ,',t'; .. :'" "" auct.

Edwards & St. Georg'C
No. 4. COUN.; T-7'i'!!I.r,
rr pIE French and Spanish Lar:uguagpt tah.t a.;,
AL translated-Conve'yanees dra .n Ior c'pcd os ,
ppaper or patchultnc-Recal Estathte bouht andI :,oi
On CO iuiStsion.--Mi 'antiCand otlacr r 1ois, c,'
ied yvitil acctuaiy and d.ltib-'ira- n.u.'.
hcok.; posted, and accoulets :.ohaly ctl- -cOWpts
.-\ttu' cy, .\pprertices', d Scrv4t-' luI, ''t re
drawn at sha:e-t notic".'--aps, Chart ated 'ii.e.
cha tl P."!
down. ani l cu id 'orrictvy-Vp','''' Delig'easfoe.
co'porate iad balk itock certifictes,.d!e L'' L
pliomas. merchaits and td inceh ii.tcks' t--d:, :,xsutt
I Itn a s'ipciu ufr sty:.
Gentitleien or Latie's wi.hli5 to learnt
and perfec theIastveas in Ceithcr of the abo\c
ittnguages ca be at,1romndated swith g,.tWcti
I ard ,p.zrtm.ent, at t0 hou.n oh :0 1 r. Oeorges,
..choi-..tec, U June =9

A A tswbrig, 254 tons, built
;' o f th ht s t i ra teria ls, i o w re -d y fo r
sea at Salcm For further par'ic.
ulars, Inquire of RICHARD D.
TU'ClIER, No 3z, lndiaStreet. ian ig
1">r S, le,
Th~ brig GO ( YPIUM,
,~., -:.8 tons buifthen, stows a large
-:.* a.,s,, is well found, and sails well
4.: ,. has ju t compl ted her first
Voyage -Apply to HARRISON & WILBY.
j:.i>. 1)Farted, .
S..''. For a voyageto the West Indies &
t. back, a deer waited ,CHo oNER,
'-.- .~-'-.--: u. furomn 0 to ",i) tons burthen.-:n-
quire at No. 2J, Lng Wnarf. jan 15
Thomas Furber
IT A just received by the Wasp. jane. and other
J a lte aLivals fomr England, a large and exten-
*ive assotet of superfine. middling and low pric-
ed Uroadeldths and Cassirniees, comprising all the
I. itonabic cAlours : Blue, Green and Black Queen's
Ck!hr, and superfine blue, green, back and brown
#2Ca,simere, for Ladies' wear; mixed, blue. drab,
had black Imperial and P;iaces' Curd for Gentle.-
Onen's Pantaions Satinets, Vestings; Conmmion
und fine Coatiugs and Moleskins. fr G, ntlemen's
great Coats and burtouts'"; fine and common drab
Rerseys Huntei's Cloths; Twill'd Duffis; For.
tst Cothl, &e. &c. oaw3m Nov 13.
Isaac Scholfield,
No, 2, Court-street,
TIAS received byhe late arrivals from Englard,
JL a very exel;eiut assornwent ot
Superfine and middle priced Broad-
elaoths, consisting of black, blue, mixed, bottle
green,ofive, corbeau and brown--snperfine, mid-
diing and low priced Cassimeres, double and single
iniled, various colours-Pelisse Cloths-blue Plains
-white, rod, yellow and green Fuannels, various
All of which are offered for sale as a-
bove, by package or piece, oni liberal terms.
Nov. 16. eptf
Saiisbury & Cleveland.
No. 10, Marchants' Ronw.
AVE received per the recent arrivals from
A Liverpool, a part of their supply of PIECE
GOODS, suited to the season.
Blue Broad Ciloths..Cassimeres, blk.
blue, and dra mill'd-Flanmels and Raizes, all
colours, asserted in small bales-cases Calicoes
-Scotch Munslinsr-white and coloured Threads
-Velvets--Birds eye S8tuffs-Wildbores--su-
perfine Rattine.ts, all colours-gilt, plated and
fancy Buttons, &c. &c. which they offer for sale.
In addition to which, they have re-
ceived an assortment of HARD WARES, con.
sisting of Anvils, Smith's Vices, Iron Wire from
1o0. 16 to 18, Sad Irons, Frying Pans, Brads,
Tacks, brass and iron barrel'd Horsemen's Pis-
tols, &-c-16 casks dry white Lead, Rolls 3 and
B 1-21b. Sheet Lead, casks patent Shot, assorted,
niumbers-bales India Cottons, Najkins, and Sin.
chaws, entitled to debenture.
Sept. 11. eptf.
R. G. Shaw,
No. 3 Kilby street,
HAS received a few packages of GOODS, on
consignment which tvvil be opened and sold
ia lots to suit purchasers, at reduced prices, v.a.
Elegant Scotch Trimmings, Camnibriek Muslins,
vreined do. fine yard wide Irish Sheetings. do Irish
J.inens, 7-8 Colerain do.
Also, per Package,
Bales Plaius, cases best London Pins, Irish
Sheetings,4-4 and 7-8 Irish Linens,Brown do. bales
Of Herring Nets and Caplin Seines. Likeswice,
450 boxes Window Glass, in 5o feet boxes.
Cash advanced on Goods consigned for sale.
doa 27 eptf
Muf, 'ipPets, Beaver Bonnets ana
W TLLI At7 KING, No.7, south side Court.
ne :eet,h.. for sale, a very large assort-
Inent of the above, viz.
Geutiemen's patent silk water proof
and beaver HATS, of the latest importations.
first quality and fashion; American manufac.
tured beaver do. warranted. Also, a large as-
sortmen.t ofEnglish and American plated MA TS,
whiebh can be sold very low, suited to the coun-
try market ; Ladies' beaver B O1AIETS, vari-
ous sh,.pes and colours, very cheap ; a hand.
some aisortment of .JIWUFYS and TIPPETS.
n *

The :.Iove will be sold as low as they can be
purchased at any store in Boston, for cash or
credit. eop3m "dec 11
Hard Ware.,
ASKS of Brass Kgtties ; bales of Saddler's
Weubing; do of Princess Checks; steel plate
Shovels'; an additional supply of CUTLERY, re.
ceived per Caroline from Bristol, and Jane from
Liverpool, are for. ale on good terms by W. & G.
Novi.. eptf
Storrow and Brown,
Have for sale, At No. 50, Broad.st.
IGIT bales superfine BROADCLOTHS and
CASSIIEtRES, now on board the Alfred,from
Liverpool eptf. may 29.
Long-wharf, have for sale, the cargo of the
brig Constellation, from Cadiz, consisting of-Soo
hhilds. Cadiz Salt, on board said brig,lying near the
Watch House, at the Long wharf,.
July 17 eptf.
Cook & Foster,
NTo 35, India-street, Have for sale now landing,
27 bags of SHEEP'S WOOL ; 2
casks SHEEP'S PELTS; jan as,
CAAC MANSFIELD, has removed from No. ',
I.Union-street, to
No. 25, Cornhill,
lately occupied by Messrs. W.'H. Woos & Co.
whore he offers for sale an assortment of ENG-
LtIll GOODS. ep3m jan 18
Red Clover Seed Wanted/.
W flArED, by dONA. DAVIS, No. 4], in.
Wdia-wharf,a quantity of red clever Seed,
well cleaned and tree from foul Seed, for such the
highest price and cash down will be paid.
Dec 7 epti
SIX or eight Gentlemen of the General Court
wiro wish for Genteel Board in a private fam-
ily. in a central part of the town, may he accom-
anodated on reasonable terms. Inquire at the
Repertory Office. ep3t jan a,,
W iNT]'D--A LAD, to wait in a
small family. Inquire at the Repertory
effire. ......_ptf sept a5

" ST-between State Street and the
Market, a Silver Watch CHAIN and KEY.
The finder shall be rewarded, by leaving them at
the Repertory Office. Jan. 18.

Late London Ide d e=eavr ha.s a J W mni, .oyleston dolnim ittee.-
-N,. 9, HA N0,Eff-S'TR EE7, A T a meeting of the Committee of Harvard Uni-
"t H AS received ty the late arvalsrom Livt vrstr, tor te Adjudication of Prizes on the
Caleb Hartshorn, poo'and. London, an extensive assortment of Beylstonlrize Qucstions for ie year1810-
No 6, Court-street, (north siIe.) fancy and Staple GOODS: L-.LbEN, Wt,
AS imported in the Kingtton, from LesudtLn, AMtONG WHICH ARE THE FoLLOWIGi JO.. WAREN, JOHASi LEET
an additional assorttmcnt of elegant Ladies' SIA TLETT, JoN Boo,
HtanBoet&.-l! I bale supetfinec -BroadI Lace Goods JOtH 13AK I BROOr5
H-E" and Bonnets &c.-FIZ Cioth,, black, blue & plain whitesilk Laces, AARoN DIXTER and
Ladies' white Hats and Bonnets, full trimmed,;L other fashionable co- -4, 4w4, 5-4w, 6-4 andJ WrLcIAra SroosaK, [JAMS ACKSON.
Do drab brown do do do tour 8-4 wide -
Iours1; w The several Dissertations exhibited within the
Do brown do do do ; I do, low priced and Plainmbick do, principal- T
Do hare brown do do do middling cddo. ly double grounded, time specified, having been read and examined, a
15o blue do do do; i do Cassimeres calculated to taunbour Premium was adjudged to the following-"On the
Misses' do do do do: 1I do. superfine un- for Vcils,t-4, 4.4, 5-4, Treatment most proper in cases of Burns and
Do drab do do do : ter'sCothsufi, 6-4 ,7-4, nd-4 wid, Sealds, designated "Moran,, uosjreit Premia Doctor
Do dab o d do: tt'sCi~h, 6-4, t--4, and 5q-4 wide, hahit" O 'ra. The Letter accompanying the same
Do brown & hare brown do do do : do. Plise Cloths ; (wiil be sold at the usual having b een examined, was ound to be the pro-
Mven's superfine Beaver Haat: 2'do a~sortud Bomba- prices of thle single 'a- auction of JacoBigdowa. M. D. of Boston.
Do patent do : zetts c;s, dution of Jacob Bigor, M. D. of Boston.
Boys drab, drab green under, and brown Hots : 1 trunk men's white, & An elegant assortment of LEMUsL HAYWARD, Chairman.
And a most superb assortment of Flumese, of.-va- mill' grey lameswool coloured Silk Laces, Bst Ja. 18011,
rions colours. Hose for dresses turbans, Lectures on Natural Philosophy.
The above with his former stock makes his as- 1 do. women's flifnewhte Hhdkfs. &c. the col-u P
sortment very good, which he intends to sell on cotton do. la a ck ours are very beautiful Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy,
the mostadvantageous terms. ,Sm nov 6 I case olive, ..i', bl/ik and fashionabiei and ..with Experiments, will be commenced on the
Velvetsand-Thick!ets, -come as low scrapes, evening of tlhe 4th dayof February a1ext, in the
Fall and Wsnter Goods. 3 trunks well assorted from 1-4 to 84 wide ; Exchange Coffee-House. The subscribers to Mr.
Cotton Camnbrickh ; A few white lace Veils La/brop.r proposed Institution, are.respectfully in-
Tuckerm an and Rogers, .An assortment of real and eap Veils, atredu- formed, that their tickets of admission willbe rea-
Spider nett Laces. cad prices
'O37, Cornhill, offer for sale, a large Impor- trunk iminitation long I trunk spotted leno dy for delivery, with a Synopsis of the Cou. se, on
N nation ,f S-Itawls; front 9sto 24s muslins-; T hursday next, when they will be sent to them.
BRITISH, IRISH AJSD SCOTCH GOODS, each; I caseColerain Linens; Suchgentlemenasintendto patronize the under-
received per Sally-Ann, Lothair, George, New Ga- I do. square Shawls ; 1.do'extra tine plain cob- taking, will oblige'Mr. L. by as early an attention
len, and other late arrivals, from 6-4, to q-4;G web Muslins, &c. to this advertisement as may be convenient. Cop-
- This assortment comprises nearly all Besides a General Assortment of icsa f the Synopsis will be deposited at the differ-
the Staple articles in fine and common Goods re- GOODS, suited to the reason-will be sold by ent Insurance Offices and Bookstores in town im-
qwuired for the present and approaching as, as whaoesale, or retail, for Cash or approved Credit, mediately after their publication. The terms of
alsuired for the present and approaching y ofon, as oct 19. tf subscription to the permanent institution, are
Fashionable v Fanc London Goods. Waddington & Warren, twenty fie dollars-admitting the subscriber to
Thynavle as fa Lendon Iods N 67 odtre, five Courses himself and family.
Theyhave also for sale, an Invoice No.ived per t 67, lrod-treet,- The present Course of of zo Lectures, 8 dols.
of Cutlery and Hard Ware, per package only; cas- ion, Anne, from Liverpool the New- en, and etsey from- For one night, x dol.
es of Adelphia Threads; Women's slate and fine do Anne,frm Liverpool, and esey from Each ticket admitting a gimen
back Hose: balrs ofWildboresand Bombazets; 200 Packages, containing an exten- and two ladies.4
cases ofPins; Ribbons; Velvets and Cords, &c. sive assortmentof the following Articles, which Lectures on Monday and Friday evenings,
The whole will, in a few days, be they will dispose of at a low advance, and liberal For further particulars, apply to Mr. W. An-
ready for the inspection of purchasers, and will credit, viz;--- drews, No x, Cornhill, or Mr. Lathrop', at his A-
be offered on the most favourable terms, for Mon- White, yellow and red Silk Handkfs. plain and academy, Jan. so.
cy or Credit. Flannels;" figured;
orCe e dd o l py Green Baize sewing Silk and Twist; CINCINNATI.
They expect an additional supply by 7.4, 8-4 and 9-1 Rose silk Bloot Tassels and HEStanding Committee ofthe Societg JtCin-
the next arrivals. tf. sept 28 Blankets; Corks;nw o c-
Bombasets, different co- 6-4-& 3-4 fancyShawls; ; eiaoritof tlaeConsmonweiltb of Meassaclm-
Russia Goods ours, Cotton Lace; setts in, conformity to a Vote of the Society,
Black Bombazeens.; Gentlemen's fine silk &; hereby give public notice to the Widows and
7OR sale, the Cargo of ship Bellona, Stanwood, Westot Eng. Clothsand beaver Hats Orphans' of deceased Members, and to such of
S from St Petersbnrg, consisting of- Cabsimeres; S 1-S ; 4 ; 4 1-2 and 5 the Brethren who are reduced to necessitous cir-
70 tons Old Sable Iron, 7-4 common Cloths; pack Pins; cumst.nces, that application for relief may be
70 do clean Hemp, Worsted, cotton and silk Gentlemen's Beaver made on or before the second Menday of Feb-
docenHmHoe. ; Gloves;maeoorbfrthseodMnyofF -
47 chests sheet. Iron, very supciiour quality, Mill1dworsted Sto 't; Ladies Habit do. ensuing, to the Standing Committee (or any in-
,,oo Calf Skins, 4-i and 6-4 cambrick 9.8 cotton Shirtings ; dividual thereof) which will meet for the pur.
lOoO pieces of Crash, Muslins ; Cotton Counterpanes; poseon said day, in the Exchange Coffee-House,
5 cases men's Hats, black and white, 7-8 coloured Cambricks; 7.-S fancy and furniture at 11o'clock in the .orenoon'-The names of
A few bales Ravens Duck, Ingrain watered Mo- Calicoes the Standing Cormmittee, are as follows:-
Do Shectings, reens, different colors; Ladies'r.ilk habit Gloves H t n Coma
Coils of Cordage. Brussels Carpeting; Do. silk Sleeves,; Hon. Gen. Brooks, Hon. David Cobb,
ole Goodae W 4-4 floor Cloth ; 71-8 and 4-4 Irish Lin- Dr. D. Townsenad, Gen. John Hinlow..
The above Goods are warranted to White Buckram; ens; John Callender..Eag. Capt. A Bailey,
he of the very first quality. For price and terms, 6-3, 6-4 and 7-4 Silk 5.4 do Sheetings, and A Col..Popkins, Col. Tudor,
which will be liberal, please apply on board at Shawls, few boxes French Major D. Jackson, Major Caleb Gibbs.
SFrigeit -wharf, north end,Messrs HATHAWAY Black, white and color- Cambricks. Dr, John Hart." Capt. R. Williams,
& DAVlIS's, store, No 46 India-wharf, or to IG- ed Sarsnets ; t oct 5. Capt. Francis Green, Capt. Wi. 4ndrewas,
NATIUS SARGENT, No 67 Long-wharfi. Thom as Pons, Capt. Benja.o i'aton, Capt. B. Daiu,
jan iS PCapt. Howe, Mr. S. Perkins,
AS tdia Goods. he pleasure to inform those ladies and Tlhose pointers in Salem, Newburyport, Port-
I ndia Goods. gentlemenn that labour under defect in their land, Worcester, Pittsfield,and Springfield,who
OHN SWETT, No. 4. Broad-Street, ha sight, and haveapplied to him to obtain Glasses, have usually inserted the advertisement of the
OHN SWETT, No. 40. Broad-Street, has for to relieve them, he has received by the Pacifick, au.dnal meeting" are reqtestad to insert this and
sale, So bales Calcutta Goods, consisting of- arrived at N York- annal meeting are requested to insert this and
Jalaparhicegunoee, lugg, Ma- frward their bills to the Treasurer, Gen. John
Jhalalpar, Meergngee, Mugga, Mam. Glasses procured by a friend who at- l'Vinlow. J CALLENDER, ssist Sec'y.
hlaekpore and Jahana MAMOODIES-Jalalpore, tended to collecting them from the most famous Boston, Jan 8, 1811.
Mamarackpore and Mabickpore SANNAS-Law- Opticians, with directions ; be can now accommo-
ca pore and Chandly SAWNS-Aliabad CHOW- date all persons as well as they can be suited in the AN INSTITUTION.
DOhERIAH---Beerboom GURRAHS -Table City of London, and as reasonable ; he has now For the Relief of the Ruptured Poor.
Cloths and bandanna i-dkfs. Ar., for sae at his shop, No sz,Newhury-street, every ROM the representations of the most eminent
Black Canton CRAPES, and kind that experience has proved to be useful. I ,Physicians, and 'Sirgeons of this Coa'mon-
aed Russia DIAPERS. Amso, Chrystal Stone ground ad polished, wealth it appears, that cases of Hernia have great.-
S gply increased of late years whereby great numbers of
1400 bags heavy Sumatra PEP- and fitted to Rings, &c. Jewellery Repaired. thnemostlabouriousand industrious part of the
PER, ent-tled to debenture. jan ax community of both sexes, have been rendered una-
Theabove goods will be sold on reasonable ble to prosecute their employment, and are reduc-
terms for GOOD paper. ed toextremeedistress ; and some from a false or
Dec X4 tawf.m mistaken deicacy have neglected their complaint,
un;il those consequences have proved fatal-and oth-
4'ers from sleabove reasons, ur want of means to
Josiah Dow, procure relief,are in daily peril ofthe same event.
ESPECTFULLY informs his Friends and the With a view to relieve the afflicted Poor under
t sb this triisfortnne, and to give advice and security
R Publick, that hehas removed hisbusiness evento th)se who eases may be too far advanced
from Salem to the Northwest corner of fay's Build- to admit of a Radical Cure.
ings, Cornhill-squarc, where he offers for sale a BOOT FACTORY-No. '1, Ytate-St. A Citizen of thecommonwelth; Itis been indu-
variety of W ILLIAM CHADWICK respectfully informs cedtoestablish an Institution for their relief-
The patientheing only required to produce a certi-
ENGLISH & INDIA GOODS, hsfriends andthe public in general who ficate from e Physician. of ithe of he Dispesa-
on good sterns. Jan S15 may wish to supply themselves with boots or shoes ties or frot one or more of the Selectmen or Over-
of any kind, made ia the most approved fashions iand seers of the Pour that he or she, is a proper object
Blodget, Power & Wheeler, best manner, that they can be furnished with them ofthis Inrstitution, and not a patient or nshahbitantot
Have for sale, At No 20, India wharf, ready made at his store, of the best of English and the If'ork House or A/ms Houe-to be addressed to
-'HREE thousand Buenos Ayres Hose Hides, American stock, made equally as well as though Dr J. G. COFFIN, attending Physician at the
S in bales of zoo each, in prime order and of they were for customers. He has taken the great. Room of the first floor up one paic stairs in the
Ssuperiour quality-Russia and Ravens Duck- eat pains to procure the very best ot English and Bond ralston Market. o s ha a i
Madras Pattern, Remicher, Sooty Romall, blue, American stock of every kind for Boots-Also the aid ofttwo Surgeons, Dr. WARREN Sen'rhas-vith
red and-white Gilla, mock puhicat and Choppa ro- first rate workmen at the boot making business and the mostbbenevolent view, to promote the interest
nial Hdkfs-Aliabad and Moor Sannas-Aliabad willspare no paiis to please those who may favour and extend the benefits of the Institution voluntori-
and blue Emerties-Cottonies-Baftas-Kerivah him with their commands-Also returns his most ly and gratuiously prmnisse his advice and assis-
Cloths--Curtas--blue andjalalpore Mamoodies- grateful acknowledgmsents to the gentlemen of stance.
Claudpore Cossas, blue and mamacipore Gurrahs Boston and its vicinity, for the liberal encourage- The institution will be opened on monday, the
-blue Cossas and Baftas-black Sarsnets,3o yts meant he has received from them, since he has com- ~1st. of thepresent month (Jariuary) from eleven
-do Satains d8 do jaus s8 inenced business, and mucneh regrets that hlie has not to twelve o'clock in the forenoon, and continued
ani been able to have given them immediate satisfac- 'Veekl,, onthiatdsyand hour, and so regulated, that
tion for the past; but can assure them that he has every requisire attention will be paid to the situa-
o ss s made sich arrangement in his business as wi n offeismle patents; having first procured the
Glasses. made snca arrangements in his business a's will en- above Cirtiaicate.
( OODWIN & WHITING, No 24 Long.wharf able him to answer all demands on him for work, in Jan 7 (sp)
J have for sale, now landing, the cargo of sch future, with promptness and despatch.
Lucy, from Martinico, consisting of o104 hlhds zst F or sale as about e, English and Amer- A Card.
quality Molasses. ican liquid and paste Blacking uf the best quality. ND'W MICKLE,Tailor, 34.Summer-st-
In Store-o50,ooo00 wt Havana Coffee, Also fire Ball-of the best kind. Jain l22. A begs leave to return thanks to his custom-
5oo boxes Muscatel Raisins, Anniseed, Spanish Glass Ware. ers and tihe public for their liberal support,and
Cigars,Russia and Ravens Duck, &c. jan r5 inforins them that his present Stock cf Goods
NOSIAH BRADLEE, No Z9, India-street, has is well adapted to the Season, and will be sold
New London Goo&ds, for sale- ron terms far below the common rate of Charges.
8 hhds GLASS WARE, viz. The following is the price of a few leading ar.
ARVIS & STONE, No 54, Cornhil, corner ofh 6 groce half pint Tumblers, ticlesu-A Coat ors the best Snpeifire cloth, 24
Court street, have received by the New Galen a d containing x do Wine Glasses- dis-to pantaloons of do 12 dls-Do of best minil-
from Loudorn, and Ann, from Liverpool, (and will 6 gro epint T,- blers, led stocking webb 10 dls-best toilinet waist-
e read fr csal ind fe d Satin and Sars hhdscontaining do Wine ,asses, coats 50--with every Articleof Dress,propor-
Strunk ri plaidand figured Satin and Sar- d containingdo Cruts,tionaly Cheap.
t Ribbons, wg 7 do Salts. Jan ax On hand-l A large assortment of
a do plain, black, white and pink Lustring do, TT Clnathss,r-ady made, cotssistinsg of C.:at s,waist-
a do containing 4"4,s-4 and 6-4 elegant Tam- Havana Sug'ars. Coats,read m.,at onSu rut opeC sr st&
bored Lace Veils, 4-4 and 6-4 figured Lace 6 coats, Great C.rataSurtouts, Spencera & Pan.
Nett wings, A BOUT 70 boxes of very first quality Havana saloons, all of the best materials and workman-
3-4. 4-4 and 6-4 plain black ad white .ace .SUGARS, not entitled to debenture, will be ship.
Nettings, exchanged on advantageous terms, for a like quan- To gentlemen of the Army and Navy -on hand,
a trank elegant artificial Wreaths, Flowers and tity entitled to drawback, even if the quality is in- a quantity of the best gold and silver Lace, with
Feathers, feriour. Apply at No 53 Long.wh.arf, o naval and military Buttons. Orders for gold and
COOLIDGE cO "nr silver Embroidery can be executed to any pattern,
Ido fancy silk Buttons, Cords and Tassels, C OOLDG o3,' CO.k jantc and all kind., on Unisforms made in Quick Time, and
a doscarlet, msrr, blue drab and black Silkl Tobacc" T'%" I l insasuperiour style of elegance. jan 15
Ve ots ) "G'old T ables.
a box -, ell black Sattins,and black and col- 'OR sale by LONT LEECH, No. Il, Isndia
oured Silk Galloons, L' Wharf--510 hhds James River Tobacco-S01l ANNING & LORING, No a, Cornhill, have
a bales ireal superfine London black, blue, drab pieces Russia and Ravens Duck, of the first quali- IV for sale-
fashionab e green and mixed Broadeloaths- ty ;. 12000 lb Carracas Ccoa, entitled to deben- r sa fo
... ..... ....t ,ture; 47 tubs Steel : Alsoo now landing from brig a TA BLE for receiving and paying.
selecs paticnuabirlyorretailing, Havana Packet, 20 boxes,white, and I6 do. brown the Gold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, aitd
abeg c red London Kd- .Havana Sugos. .. tl Oct. 5. a Table for receiving and paying the Gold' Conus
derminsserCarpeting, Sof France, Spai:t, and the dominiinon of Spain, of
I do Brossells Carpetiing, -"
Venetian Stair do. I their present standard, according to the act of
x bale fancy Hearth Rugs, 1l'AfUNROE & FRANCIS, have for sale, a few Congress, of February 9, 5783.--Price ,5 cents.--
3cases men's and women's black and white J-\Y-llSLA'TEs, different sizes, by the dozen o The above are also sold by CHARLES PEsRCEbook-
worsted Hose, sinele--for cash only. .Jan 11 seller, Portsenouth. jan ax,
6 do white cotton Cambricks and Shirting's Grin aid Coffee-Ba s u b" Sf'LD-A convenient Brick
a do Flannels,all colours, some extra fine, E blf alt United Sates. a i Dwelling HOUSE, pleasantly situated near
x do fashionablSeShawls, snEN bbls first q.alty United States GIN and the head of Belknap Street, having nine rooms, in-
8 do Calicoes and Ginghams, 300 Coffee-Bags,nfor sale at No cnd a-wharf eluding the casemeins room and kitchen, with a
a do plain and printed Bombazets, an as rain-water cistern under cover, and the usc of an
a case ladies' long and short real Irish Limer- OAT S. excellent well of water, and a back passage way--
ick and white Kid Gloves, now oeccusied by Cant Stet~ben D Tner, and may

x do men's women's boys' and maids' leather TANTED to pnrchase One o'oan, bu.hels be vicved by applying to'WM CLEI.ANDNo 8,
gloves, ,,of OATS-Appl.. t,, COOKW FOSTER, Old State House. jails2z
Also, on band, received by the late arrivale, No 3S, India-sfreet, jan e7e
A lar e assortment of Cotton, Wool- A Small HOUSE ready furnish- T o be Let,
len, and Silk Goods, all of which will be sold on ed is wanted on a lease of one year-In- Newbur.r, with all convenient FACTORY, for
the lowest terms, for cash or cred.t uie i at toe Repertoryone year-I Paper Slnr with all the Uten- ils necebssa
thloest terms for cash or cred.t. quire at the Repertory Office ry for said business. Inquire of ROb'T LONG.
sept S t nov 23 (tf) Newburypoit, Jan, 22.

Mfasonick & Literary.
D o MALLORY &" CO. Suffolk-Buildings, Be..
ton, and LEVIS & WEAVER, Philad lphia,
will publish-A New Periodical Work, to be enti,-
Edited by the Rev Brothelr George Richardhs.
Condition ahd- rd Te-rms of Publication.
r. The Freemason's Magazine and General
Miscellany w.11 be published monthly, aad con-
tain from seventy to eighty pages octavo. Eahek
number wi I be imp'-cssed on paper of a superior
quality, and printed on a perfectly new and ele-
gant type. A copperplate title page, a beautiful
Masonick Vignette, and emblemetick engraving,
will -prcface the volume ; and several-superb
Plates in the course oftheyeari will enhance the
value and add to the beauty of thle work
z Not a cent will be'demanded until the expi-
ration o'six months ; when it is expected that
subscribers will please to pay the annual Subserip-
.tien of Six Dollars.
3 All communications (postage free) are to be
directed to Levit 1 W Weaver, No. 193, Market-
street, Plladelphia. Jan r8
[: Some Extracts,frof the Pros pectus ofthis wo A
will be given in our next]

Fight of Falkirk.
SUST published,(fromin the 3d London Edition,)
.1 and for sale, by JAMES W. BURDITT & Co
Franklin's-Head, Court-estreet, THOMAS & AN.
' CO.-
The two last editions of this beauty
ful production were printed in London within ona.
month.-It is a close imitation of the style of
Walter Scott, Esq. and the publishers flatter themn-
selves that all who have perused Miss -Porter's
Scottish Chiefs, will be highly gratified by this
beautiful versification of one of its leading inci
dents. jan xx
Aikin' Vocal Poetry.

J BELCHE R intends printing in a ha.rdsomb
Qo volume VOCAL POETRY; ,or a select
collection of English Songs ; T'o which is pre;
fixed, an Essay on Song-Writing-By Jon Aai
xCEr, M D.
SCollections of Songs have been so much rul.
0iplied by the American press, undei- the direc-
.lien of tasteless editors, that it would be diffi-
cult to select onte from the number,uodefiled by
the slang of the foreeastle,. or the gibberish of
the stage. The volume published by Dr Aiken
comprises th: finest specimen of songwriting
in the English language, and may property fiud
its way into the library of the belles-lettres scho-
lar ; at the same time the elegant -sariety it
contains will reimmend it to the attention of
female refinement. The well written essay pre-"
fixed to the S mgs, is no Sma:l addition to the
value of the book. an 15
Trench Testament.
.L.4 NER JESUS C1RIST, on Francaissure ia vul-
gate. Traduetion De L. M. De Sacy. Revu sur
les Meilleures edit ons-I- this day published in
two volumes ,by D. MALLORY & CO. Suffolk.
Buildings. Who bave received,
Select Reviews, for December, 1810.
jan Ir
Port Folio.
HE ort olio, No. I, Vol.5, for January, em.
T. belhshed with an elegant engraved tititle
page-A view of the town of Slherburne, in the
Island of Nantucket, and the head of Maria Lou.
isa, Empress of France-is ready for delivery by
0. C. GREENLEAF, No. 3 Court Sireet, where
Subscriptions wil be received. Jan r18
Binney's Reports,
EPORTS of Cases adjodged-in the Supreme
.Court of Pennsylvania-by HoRAce Bus-
NEY-is this day published by D MALLORY &
V0 SuffolkBuildings. I jan i5

Venice Preserved.
O TWAY'S celebrated Tragedy of VENICE
PREER.VED ; or a Plot Discovered, as
performed at the Boston Theatre. For sale at
Shakspeare Bookstore, No. 4, Cornhill-price e5
certs. epSt. jan 2t
Rrepository of Polite L2terature,
No. II.
s this day published, containing a Bio graplhical
With a PoarTaAIT, and other Miscellaneous Mat-
Subscriptions received by J. BELCHER~, and
at the sever",-' ookstores.
Numbers may be had separately. jan 15
....)-r. Baldwin's Sermon.
HIS day published, and for sale by LINCOLN
& EDMANDS, No 53 Cornhill,
A Discourse, delivered at the opening
of the new Meeting-House, belonging to the and
Baptist Church Society, in Boston. By Tbomas
Baldwin, D D. Pastor of said Church. jan 5S
Christmas -ermon.
rHIS day published, by MUNROE & FRAN.
CiS, NO04 Cornhill -
A SERMON, delivered at Trinity
Church, on Christmast Day, Dee asth, iSto, on
the Divinity of Jesus Christ. By aobs S J Gar-
diner, Rector of said Church. jan t5

Information Wanted.
OAce of Hii Britannick
.. aesty', Consul. "
R 1-FOR -TION is requested at this ofice, Of
.I. Mru Cut.aLaS Ilo sra, a Midshipman of
the Shannon, man of war, who was a prisoner
of war on the 19th Oct 1809, at Bilboa, having'
been captured by a French privateer,since which
time nothing certain is known concerning him.
An American of the name of Webster Brown,
who was detained as a prisoner of War, at
Portsmouth, in Great Britain, stated in the be-
ginning of the year 1810, that in the preceding'
month of November Mr Holgate was embark-
ed on board of a French privateer at San Sebas-
tian and while on a cruize'was put on board of
an American vessel, bound to Baltimore. Mr.
Webster i-own is stated to belong to Boston.
SPhuillips's IBuilditg's, Jan 22.

10 Dollars Reward !
OY -'-On Tittsday last. between
-4 the Market and the Theat re-a Lady's red
omorocco POCKET BoOK, containing 15 dolls in
bills and gold, with several not's of hand, which

are of no use to any person but the owner.--Who-
ever finds the same, and will leave it at this offiej
hall recei c the above re',.rd and the thanks of
the owner. q jan a2z
V Dr. SHATTUCK has re-
imoved to No. 4, CornhiR jan 11