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Title: New-England palladium & commercial advertiser
Alternate title: New England palladium and commercial advertiser
New England palladium & commercial advertiser
New=England palladium & commercial advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Young, Alexander, 1768?-1834
Minns, Thomas, 1773-1836
Publisher: Young & Minns
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: March 24, 1820
Publication Date: 1815-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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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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Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Also available in microform from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 45, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1815)-v. 82, no. 4816 (May 1, 1840).
General Note: Title varies slightly.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 10065063
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily New England palladium
Preceded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1803)
Preceded by: Boston evening bulletin, and United States Republican (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)

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.- 8J.. o 1tnii meneement ohe school, aid for the period cifiar relations) far beyond -.nu-nbers and
S of two years erwards, ttl price shall be the wealth.
------OOOar--- same for all pils of wheeler age, but after There is no semin :, y a.lring' s now, where
slaton, Februr'ry 2, 1820. that time tile stees m,,. if they think fit, thise intending to become m rc'iants can re-
At a large and respectable Convention of require of, ii ,' is admitted after cel'veai appTr.riie;e art accomplished educa-
Citizens fio'm all parts ofthl Commonwealth, the age of ten aars, a0"oss sum for his en- tion. At tlhe Unirer'-ity, they are apt t3 ac-
held irn Boston, Thi Day, thle Hon. SrAs HL trance, in asd'nto e price of tuition. All quire tastes and habits ill suited to their em-
mA in tlle Chair, it was monies receive fore/ance, as afbresaid,shall ployment ; and ii our best classical s;,hool-,
JIesolved, unanimously That we will support be applied b'ie tr tees for the -.t-..Fr of boys are prepared only for the ULversitl;t
MsE ctqLLFNcy the Instititi in ich manner as they shall their wltole scheme of education is directed to
-pr ) r. -. judge prop: Thte master will have during .this object. wilich is ordinarily attained when
Ss .. ih his contintle in office, the use ofthe dwel- 'they are about 14 years old. It is believed
5' "i ,.\'~'O l :--AND ling-houseit shall be erected, or provided, that two years of well directed study af 1 i, .i.
is HiOOnr by the Coiation. He will keep it in repair time would give such, as are not to pursue ei-
-. 7 V .- 2 T TT- at his owiipence, but will not pay any rent- their of the learned professions, all the benefit
V ...- HILLIPS, and hlewiave I lihe privil--.. ocf '.ik;.- a. they woukl- derive from an education at the
AS LIEU'TEJWNJT'-GOVERNO, boarders of the pupils '.3.' ,.,, lh) University, and some further instruction pecu-
Ofthe Commoowesalth, at the ensuing election, may wisl'board with him. If at any time liarly adapted to their future pur-'i.-s. The
THOMAS GREENLEAF, Sec'y. there she application for the admission of fige of 16 is deemed quite early enough for
mm- m- more pu' than can be received into the most young men, whetherr destined to an ac.-
Sschool, reference shall be given to the sons tive or a studious life, to assume the responsi-
2t of the mpers of the Corporation, or if any. bility'of governing themselves.
members no son at the school,'then to such Such a seminary would improve and .extend
IFROM THE' DAIL.Y ADVERISER candidas.he shall designate for that puir- education, and have a beneficial influence on
pose-_ded, that such applicants in each tdur present institutions. Tne Univers'ly, by
Sktlch of a Plan for a Ncov School to case ariaiified for admission, according to being confined to the education of literary-
be csiablished in the neighbourhood of thie rulf the school. men, might render it much more complete
Boston.Theoration may from time to time ad- than it now is ; and our academies and schools
IT is proposed to combine two obje.,t in mit ninembers upon the payment of such would imitate and emulate thie improvements
I sbiproposedto cmbne two otbjethool. ins t sums, upon such other terms, as they introduced by the new establishment, Ils sit-
prthe estabration ent of this Schoossl. One isnto the shall pribe. If at any tiae liereafteritshall nation in the country, would be conducive to
preparation of Boys for aiss, thn into tion of be thenuon of two thirds of all the mem- health and economy, while its vicinity to tlhe
niversty, and the other is, the instruction of bers o Corporation for the time being, town, would place it under the constant and
those who intend to become Merchants, or to that tfhool is so established as to ensure its immediate inspection of the corporation and
engage in any other occupation which may permce & usefulness, and that its concerns of those whose children should be educated.
Snot require an education at the University- may committed entirely to the Trustees, in it. Such are the vinws, which have occur-
As to the first, the design is, not only t0 pre- wit's ny further aid from the members ,of red to those who have considered the subject.
pare candidates for admission as Freshmen, the orationo, the said members may there- I ii,-success of any attempt to realize them,
butt: to continue a course of instruction in t i,,,. their own body, and transfer depends on the countenance and supponi which
classical learning for such as may wish to be all .r estate, interest, power and au- may be given them by our fellow citizens.
admitted, at a later age, to advanced stand- thorio the said board of Trustees, and the The Gentlemen whose names are utnderrrit-
ing" at the University. Tru's may thenceforth fill all vacancies in ten are some of those who have undertaken to-
As to the other onbject,the design is to give to theien body, 5ihd continue as a Corporation propose to the public this plan ftur a new.
ite youn me sc itstnction as sl q ta- elves, with full power to'magage (le school. I ,. will call, the first meeting of
ifr.them to render valuable services to Mert ns ofithe Lstituto-.i no e nd in te mean time wi
chants and others illie whom tsey maybe pla t, be passed t. t _n,,i of give an7 further information in their power to
cel for the completion of their education-and therporation unless at a meeting spec- any gentleman who may desire it, respecting
such also as may render them respectable and called for that purpose, nor less the proposed establishment.
neful mebers inf society, whatever' may be iwrds of all the members present at Wa Ptsco'a', P. C, BRoOlS, C. JACesoc,
theirorcup oti Etation it le. snumeeting, shall assent thereto. The D. SEAus, Wa.SUL.vas-, J C. WARREN,
It is thought that -e two objects may be ri" r sres of thie original subscribers Wt. S'rutUGIS, 'I'I. lMol. rrEY, N' A-'.PLETON,
tnird wihiott prejidice tetlter, and perhaps o;er members of, the corporation, as they GEO. BONI), F. C. R itAr.
with mututta! t .l 'Tle increased pat- w rodttce no pecuniry I,..-Ft or income, ----, t,, --
ioage thwit II i. ,. .iTri to thescphou.l by meither cease at the death of the proprie- FOM TH'et ,anA Lt.GAZir.
cure tis beio, wit tenable thae rules tfo pro. t may bg made to descend, or be transfer, -he jollowintq is an extract of letter om the
cure the best Instructrs that can be found .
a as the course of instruction will be the ros shall be thought best. late President ADAMs, to a jfiend of the Ed.
sime for a giet pai or the time foi' both de. iis sketch is intended only to present a itor. o-tmer, :rTA 12, 1890.
sae for a ofat Pupils, they ie ill both derive ad. goal view ofthe plainpropsd for the new DEA Sn,_-I t hank you fo' your New year's
vs on.te of Pupils, they willtnce In te last l. It will of course be s bject to any atl letter, &c. As agriculture is the nursing imo-
ne r two years, they my be divided into two tions that the associatesshall think proper their of us all, it cannot be too assidu-,usty
classesrthe Coege lass, consist be ing of those. ake-it. being however understood, that cultivated ; nor is it likely to be too mtuch

who are to be admitted o a ced stdig bscribe will be considered bound to pay honoured, while mercantile profits are so
hat te UiveriIty-iaand the Commercial Clasas tim subscribed, if any material change is much greater, and military glory is estecmedd
including" a'll who are intended for any other e. without his consent, the highest glory !
course of life-and even at this slage, their n estimate has been made of the expetce The American"* is an able writer bit I
ttdiWilprobably continuto be any acting a dwelling-house for the Master wish he had avoided so many appearances of
stds l probably cnti.houses for lodging and boarding the Pu. endeavouring to justilV, oh' at least to apolo.
Ili ,- ,,l'.:r, -r. pl'rnposed. to give a I with the necessary ....I ..; i or apart- gize for SItvery in general. His argunients
pi, '- t Ir..I ,1 ,'r sm. four acres, in a most its for study, and f'or recitations and lec- ad hominem fi'uia the Bible, .reminded mne of
t,' ,d l -ation in Brghton nd also of a library and philosophical an anecdote, which as I am an old man, and
1, .,: Shoo-aratus-and it is believed that twenty-five old age has a privilege to be talkative and
house. I .., r -1' ......:: for tlhe sand dollars will :h--., "...0., .i i. 1 i narrativeI will attem pt to relate : In the win-
house .I ,' r ..-. ,' I, ,Ii,:E fr thle
1'p ofith' -iser I. I I '-1* 1 'I This o'e sm might b- ,I b l itr ter of '76, Mr. Paine's Common Sense and mv
place is about three miles tro -n Bos io, ti i ojec Th.le ,il .i... g ,.Cd -..1 ,4 'ilThoughts on Government, made their appear.
the same distance from Cambridge. In order mate are calctlated to ao modte ,.. ,., ,.,..... ._., ,..
hth ri,- 'a hns ieT that may be neeess:try fbr tis of sixty Pnpils. As tihe number i er. C'mir,- .,."I, .i ,,r, i ll a 1,. "h!'l,. .c',
torhe.-- I, oey d iat may be ces ur ses, inew houses must be erected for their on Government ; an organization in three dis.

the a library,'- '. ','. I h proa'- tommodation, or their parents must provide tinct departments, as independent of each
un as maybe wanted. a sbscriptin will be some other manner for their board and other as human beings can be-the Legisla-
opened, and all who are disposed to inmorove gn"s- ture to consist of three branches. Mr. Paine
the education of our youth, in the manner a subscription paper will soon be prepared came f. to my apartment, to reproachl me
bove suggested, will .be invited to subscribe presented to the Publick and a meeting for publishing a monarchio, aristocratic, de-
fr Shar fone hundred dollars eaeh, It is ihe Subscribers will afterwards be called, i mcratico system. He scolded violently, but
ort proposed to raise a fund tolPay a salary to is should then appear that the amount sub. lI soothed him down Rby laughing at him in my
Sis orto any ofs asistants-butto ;ibed is less than twenty thousand dollars, turn. Paine, said I, how could you be such a
et their emolments depend on the money subscribers will determine whether to hypocrite,as to pretend to prove in your Com-
paid by the pupils Aor their tuition. The isecute the design, or relinquish it alto- mon Sense from the Old Testament, that man-
oastaer wil receive to his own use all the mon. ber-and no subscribers will in that case be archy was not lawful.by the word of God ?--
e paid for tuition, and he wiil pry such pro. hired to pay any tling unless it shall bLe Tis struck him dunib for a moment, but re-
Tort ion of it, or such other compensation as ermined by two thirds of the proprietors covering lumself,and shrugging his shoulders,
shall be agreed on to his asislants. The mas- numbers and in interestthat it is expedient and laughing, said, with great contempt I
ter will not receive a fixed salary-but he will Proceed in establishing the School with the believe nothing of the Old Testament, nor thei
bpid according to the numberiof pupils and ;ds that may have been then subscribd. New neither ;" and then pausing, sakl, "
the amtirlt received for tii.n, so that lie may d'e Institution now proposed is believed to have had thoughts of pmbllshingi n'y opinions
always e directly interested in the sue- 1ywell adapted (o the wants of our society.-- upon religion, but upon the whole I have con-
ress' of the school, and be fitted by every ustbe admitted that individuals are gen- eluded to put it off till the latter part of my
extension of its reputation atnd usefulness.- ly p osperous and useful, in proportioto life." This plan he consistently pursuel'l.
The Trustees, ,T,I, however, stipulate, with ,it skill and allty to perform wlat they I am not sorry his bones are gone to i ,-,.
thle meOstet that if his emoluments should ex. lertuak', and that skill and depend on land, to moulder in the soil where they grew
ceed a certninum, to be a-eed lon between iu-al powers and on the discipline and cuil- --bor I claim neither to myself nortf my coun.
them, one half; or any other proportion of the .ti on bestowed on them. Original powers ttv, any ihonour from having once supported
excess slhall be patid over by him to tilhe Trus- iul Itd do not belong to any one class of the them"
tees, to be applied by them to'tAe il, .e ..'.. il mtlunity ; they are fund among the oft- m, Sir, your obliged fr'ien, and humble
of the builitngs, or to the i,.crea,-- ,,, I,. ,'i "tgof theie poor as well as thle rich, and na- SerI, alt. JOfN ADAMS.
lrary, any other sputrposes ti at the tltees .... the humble as well as the exalted, In
ray think most useful to ltie institution. e ,I ..auntry there are none who claim to be 'The author of a long Ietlerto the Edinbivy
thoae who shall subscribe and associate for ters by birth: and friom the nalure 0of our Piiexieers, publihshedi the Vatioiid ntellig'en-
thlb po1rpose, wi! as soon as may be, procure -e ant1 liberal instittltiots. we oug-ht to ex- ccer'.
a -,: ct nio incolrpratlion, with ihe necessary ct thait talents will be rewarded and virtues ------
I'xV'rs to conduct and manage tire concerns orscd wherever thaey may be found. CO()1.iJUJfVAW TIOA'.
oi t:e institution. The members of the car- It interests the republic that tlhe members It is with regret we state the disappointment
"or ni"n so esCb-'lished wil hI ve ta .. ;. the learned professions should have Ithe which M. I'-.loubet expelriencel i thie iifiernolo
onr all im, ortant acts and doings of th c .1. pans of acquiring all .thle erudition and sci- of S3atimldy ly st, '. ..; .. notid:e to the public,
tees. ad a. ,. visitational power over the ce t necessary in their respective departments, he would raise his i0, ni. ,n tlhaet aitiertnon, a
Ist ittion. .Boird o'Trtistees will con- it it is of higher importce still that those numberof peetatost' assembled to see the sscen-
Bwon whieh coti 'enceu at 5 o'clock ; is the first
st of tilemste of the sc!ofr, who will be e' ,1 in tlat daily business, wIhich is ilhe ndii-, -o a 1 i er
,-le o lkO B dp oI--Oule, 111(h I "Iwastseerndilg, iiwhich was 13 foeS in eitrinmfErene,
:co 'resident of'tilie. Board, iul of 's i, ,=, ote general prospe'erity, shod several Siiow l.llsn were 'thrown by the lI,'sa who
ol,n:r trustees, to be chosen annually by the i able and well instructed. Our goverpmgnt hid collected there for that purpose, as wes uiidEr-
'ociattes, or members of the curpnraliton. ione of laws, not of men, and thle laws relate stood ft'erwsrds. Three of the Balls pierced the
''lte choice of trustees will not be cnuifined to objects which interest the merchant, me- i3alloon, which instantly fell, uand wavs torn to pie- "
s,'h as 1 r'e iei"ab 's ofi tile Corpnratioin-but ane, manufacturer and lthe aguriculturaist, ces by the-i-this was a iniforitune for M. 'elout
i'LV Of' he 'tro'eslOrs (of the U'.versity, land least as'much as those classes of society bet, whem weinydelrstuiid h1 s a I irge fiamly of
thers we ho mayo s be thought Lci qualified, 1 o are called the learned. Individuals of all children, and no ether means, at present, to sup.
Others who may be thought wehul( qualified, 11 n t a r the at ,y the cotntbrition which he may
"1ay be appointed to this office, althotigh not eese classes, are occasion lly required t0 act pert tive m tly he ompny aseml to witness hisy
belonging to the Corporation. The Trusteei s serious public concerns, arn some of lthe exhibition. In order to repair sthe loss he brought
will h:ve power to appoint the master, and re- .e called to the duties of legislation., forward a large Balloon of '3 feet, but just as lhe
iwve him whenever lie shall, from ansy cause i The prosperity of the country, tile increase was preparing to inflate it, a sudden breeze arose
'-iuhatever, be disqualified to perform the dui capital, and tile employment of multitudes, which tore it in two. However, we hope he will
tie, of his office, with advantage to the Instih- n pend on the success of Commerce.. A mer- meet with better success in future, he being pre-
totion. 5 Blit it is hoped l that the institution asllt, in times of general trasnquiillity, and vailed upon 1by several gentlemten to.,ittempt Lthree
m::y be ricih enough to give to any instructor, 0ore so in extraordii arv occurrences in the ibers, two of IS feet in eireoullnlrene and tite
wio sh:i have spent in their service the most civilized worll. shlt il ave, in order to en- thirdd iofSi ,I ind e hope wi t otse faiw to wsh to
valuah'e vers -of his life,anid wiho ma be com- ure success, and to pertorm the duties of a him with their presence on his next attempt, as we
peeled to retire by the infirmTities of age or:itizen,' that sort of knowledge, which may be are well assmretd of his cap-ciiy in raising Balloons
disease, such a pension as his circumstances Iaised on thle foundation intended to be.laid in having given general satisfaction tn tlhinas who were
require' to render the close of life combforta-ihe seminary which i'e are ..- -.- i:..: present at his exhibition on the afternoon of the4th
ble. I-e needs, no less than the ...:-. ...... man, ofMarciih last. A SPEC'T'ATOR.
The master will appoint his assistants andhl pure and classical knowledge of his native -------- as---,---
will remove them at his pleasure-but thelonguie, some acquaintance with the modern Conigrsc's.
trustees will hare power to determine from anguages in which the business of.the comn, Congress have appropriated $30,000, to ne-
"nme to time what number and description ofaercial world is transacted ; a sound know- gotiate a Treaty with the Creeks and Chero-
assistants shall be employed, and also to fix, if edge of geography, nd of the relative want kees, for the extinguishmtent of their title to
necessarr, thileir compensation, or the propor-tnd demands of the peopleof every region; a certain lands in the State of Georgia. 20,000
tion which they shall respectively receive ofwroficiency in elementary mathematics, a facil- o extinguish an Indian title in Michigan-
the m1nev paid for tuition, subject to the ty in expressing on paper and in speech, ils aIoextIlwere appropriate ted for contracts forian -
terms of ithe contract between the trustees and exceptions and opinions. W\henm, in the course the Cumberland Road, 6000 were anpropria.
the n-ster for the time being, if events, such men are called lIto legislative ted for paying Col, Trumbull, the painter.-
The trustees will also make such general ssemblies, whether ofthe state or nation it is An appropriation for. an Agent under tlhe
rules as they shall find necessary from time to om them, rather th' f'om learnedhe Treaty of Chelt. was refued,
time, relating to the course of instruction.- lat we expect thlt excellent good sense and T'rle Balntt Bill was' debateel in the Se-
The' will occasionally visit thie school and ex- ractical use(tlnes, wlMic is derived from ex Tae of tBe Sr On llwe 16dt inst Mesrs-
amri.e the pupils, and will take all such meas- erience engrafted on ar intelligent and well nvsh Meleo at d Uill i its favor-
ures :s may appear host calculated to promote altivateld mnt "c here re n'et i her coia-sid- Messs. Smit a Esnol agaulst it. A mo-
its advancement, and to aecomplsh the pur- aioans. g and abilityanther tions to postpone it ninda finitety was negative
's'es for which it is established Te price icilty to do more and better thn others, is in -I 4 to 25.
. :,e paid' fr tuition will be regulated from 'p The Baukrupt Bill was ficrther debated in
.-r:e to time by the Trustees. At the corn. ad a gieaer praportn i.fl ethca (in our pe- the Sentate on the 17th
qtutalified, wilt have at itlfiuetscc (in otit pe I


asslteflyi tIhe most wontd-rfUt p'ernomen of
-aodern l.pliteC. Is develni'ei to the world inl An
arr 'ee -f Vi;eount .de Cha stuhbrimad, which is
_deem-od ifriih importiee by tie Frenc) Urs- -
aist, that a Suppl.ement of th e J.our7'11 d e
DeIhat is printed tout express to contain it, and
cert-ioy it would not be treated according to its
merits, if it ,,. r- ,- ,, ; news,. r even
1, ..... .,,'- I i ,- 1 ofthe d ay.
I .* i ii, .. uf t'0e"eih"-r ;a5t,,' sqys
. I' S '.-', lr','r ',. i, l i ver5 s ili iit'le F rena li im -
personal p.ersotn) was informed (on fit iusntruit)
t.. hlie D..,ii.'.. i, F i" ar e, nniied to lhe ionai
[..- ,, ',n t i be 7" : h Rnadrt ls, pr'e-
i,.r'. '. ri,.- ,, ,,, ,11 liaio i *, fi'u'oo- I l intly
, .... .i.., I ., ri ., ,,.i- y, im pions bock ; an'i -
,,i'i rit, )ill.-1 s, ih-y sent before ri-:ll u te:r
doetrints, as one sends shippers AI lhe had of an
army to overcome every Ihiog. Muney r-nd lm ne-
s.ries hadl beth expedited-by the Dirt-cionai C(.'o1i-
iniltee ont kilew into whi'it ituds and ws'r I pl' -"
these moe-unS of i. It,...-.i, d c unq. I '. '.'i"
motion was to have lppetredl (or rather, ;r futhe
satke of the Vise-oit' stori -'..t to have appear-
e-l-deoit sefaire sentir) ... Valncia, CG-
Sdiz, ;Mial- i l 5. i'tonii,, (telicia, and prli ieqi liY
in ithe neighl.iouloaid of the I'yrenens. '
The Ci':,pti n Generr'l iifarmi:d it time (by ')n, we
suppose), ordered oil u 'chges in lhe earlisons of
(;atalunia, of Arr-gon, Navarre ani d .i ... wlii-h
i.'i .... ii- phi iof thie eo spirah-io's ; for in Sp l ul
S .. I i t, 'lie Demoerats, d spt.i:i ing of raising
Ihe proph:, strive to corrupt thlie soldiery."
"' The thread of the plot cut, .tlhe. inisrre.etion
only took liee among a very small part of the ex-
peditionry troops at .Cadiz lFor from being
surprised at this move'nent, we bhoold be stonish-
ed that it iIhas been confined to a fL-w corps. Let
aony one suppose, assembled on the same sl'.hore, and
oun'de th ilee saln erCeinstances, any other '. 'h i
army, and the fire ofsedition hdl bl'Irst -I -
.' '-. ia .: .n the religion, the fi'leiily, ths pa-
t I. '' 1 ,, h soldiers w;,s necessary, for the
.- r, 1 -. ist foreign seductions, when pri-
A .. \ ..... rendered these seductions more


We have had in thie different papers a iitimher of
anecdotes of his I.ite MATESTr, extreCled floi dif-
ferent pus iiealtions. T', 1 .- .ie liltw- frm in,
the recetIt volume of *,.-. 'J.,.,' b- .tIlAMUS
Hoo, is isuly charaeteriatii : -His AJElSTI hav-
ing heen oltd ofa gentlemani roffonily and ft'.rIune
in "PerhsHire. vwho had not merely refused to take
the oath ofalleginnee to him, bit had never permit-
ted hims lobe :ianed i as Krx in his presence ;'*ar-
ry n; l itCo nliltients to hi ,' sail! lie KiNG, but
-- what--stop-nt--he may perhaps not receive my
compliments as Kiso of Kle tAiDt-Give him the
Eteleo of HAt-ovEs'S complilenisl, nid tell him
that he respects the steadiness of his principles,"

'ortrd't tcf the KiTng.-On Monday last Mr.
Itlnasi finisiied a very superior portrait of his.
late Majesty, dressed in thlie Windsor uniform,
but tuncoveeid-taken from a beautiful bust by
Percy, and acknowledged to be the best like-
ness vet exhibited.

The Regenct.-A well-designed History of
the last ten years is now in the press, and we
take the L' i v of i-..h. l;pi it to the. no.-
Stice of the public, as certainly a record of this
important period wil comprehend events of'
:. I. i .' -L i nd of great ,' i. l than
i, it., t.'C -n /ith in the '-.. e ..t lime
in, ,1 I -' '" I 'f"I-"t" .il A nnals.

eal Memoirs of NArjeLlin book 9, was publlshed,ii,
anld o this edition has been added a copy t'a de-
tmlneni to prove the .spu'nions chbarater if tlu' niin-,
nseript front St. Helena t for in spile of the nlnn li-
ous and palpable asnluiroo snis wiichii abootnd in
the work under thlit title, many persons still be-
lieve it to he genuine. PFo'r thie purpose of remov-
ing all doubts upon that subj-l t, iMr. O'iM A U s I-1
presented a series of obs.rv,tions obtaifud by hint
from authority, ;ii ih it woulh lie d.flicitlt to re-
fuise. The inters l ev'idecsii t' of thles, remirksh in-.
deed, shev's Ihi they atla'e 'been tilaken doivn fro n
conversations i;tldsiu withi N a, siNa oEt huitssilf. 'h'y
are curioutl to th" living reader-the y will be in-
valuable to the future historian.

Extract from a letter addressed to Mr. Cib-
bett, by sundry inhabitants of Royton, near
Oldham, in--Lancashire :-
But you ha v ventured to leave the news
Word, for the purpose, as you tell uts, of con-
triuling to the cnmforis of tilhe beings in the
old. World--and you begin by conferring hon-
ours utpon.the dead body of a Great Man, and
by contending against that system of Govern-
rf-ent, for writing on which, that Great Man is,
perhaps, more celebrated, than for any other
work lie has left behind him. Nay, you go
as Far as. to assert that a de-mocracy cannot
produce great men--whereas it is a self-evi-
dent proposition, that if governments have any
influence at all that way, those which hold out
cncoiu'rsgernelent to all are most likely to pro-
duce great en, since they have all mankind
to operate upon. But after all, it is not great
men that we" want, but an honest and a hap-
py people. However unaccountable your con-
duct to Mr Paine-_ may appear, or your extra-
ordinary demand upon. the public for 50001--
you w' 11 learn in a short time that your popsu-
laritsy will be falling away, and :i-t nothing
but ai steadcq adherence to honest pr'lncijies awill
ever benefit the cause of Refisrm.
It could not be be benefitted by your late
writings, which have been a medley of truth,
fdlsehood ard virulence towards those who have
been tabouring honestly in its cause. But you
will not be able to produce any important
schism among iefirme'rs, if even you go a-
breast with the courier, instead of" following
his heels."

.A',TURIL CURIOSITY.
,iThe following incredible .account of a re-
markable Icicle is copied from one of the late
., l tiLi papers :--
** '. Sunday, the 6thl of January, the inhab-
itants of Askrigg and its vicinity were led, by
cutiiosity, to visit an icicle, which had formed
itself from a small fall of water, at the turn-off,
on its course to drive a miIl-wheel ; the form
": I,. a cone, with an opening about six feet
', ,- its base, sufficient to admit the body ofa-
ny person to the interior, which was descend-
e.d into by means of a ladder, its height 23 feet,
and base 7-when, after further examination,
another aparnient was found, formed behind
bv means of two grand pillars of solid ice, with
a base of three feet and a half ; both were pro-
ved by aslmission to hold 20 people. In the
afternoon a company of ladies and gentlemen,
of not less than eight or ten, regaled them-
selves with a bottle of wine. The night being
mild, several lights were placed in the inside,
when the transparent view struck the eye with
such splendid grandeur as it is impossible
for any tongue to describe. At the same time
a party of vocal and instrumental performers
were placed in one of the apartments, and en-
tertained the company assembled rotund with
several pieces of sacred tmuic to I very hate
hour.


BY ,i l.L.

CI5ARIESTO"C, (s. C.) IAtRCIT
A letter from an officer of HI. ,5 M. brig
Sheerwater, written on board that vessel, while
at anchor in the Roads, to his friend in town,
says, -" I find, on further enquiry, that the
seaimn who was the occasion of the recent dif.
f-rrnce at [Ia'va.na, did not go on board of the
Wasp, but wrote to Cault, CARTrEa, stating thit,
an English seaman ha,1 b'a I'lot on board of
an American vessel, i l,. (who was al-
so an Eeglishman) expected to sh.ar'e the eiane
fiute,-if he did not receive the protection of his
country. IF, therefore, you will be good e-
nougth to correct the statement, given as from
th is I.. .-. in the newspapers, you will oblige
ame." [Courier.

nEW-xouit, cAsnc 20.
The yonr cf Saevenith. h:atl acl-pted a b'ox of
l'ook, sen on It y ,l'N4sais Ssmuol tWool < Sons,
w,'lh hi re;'c :i
Friends -Your donation f. Sebhool inoks is e.
ceptel I..v l o i tha-ks ior your tentions,
tnlt, as llthe g;eatSt nulmbr ofo.iw .I ... hfl re-
ceived lin est 1 l\ -il meni,1 lte'd unil .yeiv;', l boo s5,
eai.echismni, anril .iiihlets; wiil be distributed a-
niong the children 'if the free Sthools, or some
other charitable iiu"Rtsition.

REWBURIFOTY' MACI 1T.
Capt. Brown, 19 days t'ro'a Turk's Islalit, in.
forms that salt wan so scaree' thereas well as in the
other B3hamnsa, that r.lny vessels had come away
in b last unable to procure salt,
The following, cut on a piece of soal lethcr, was
found on the eastern beach if'Turks l lhnii, 24th
Feb. corked up in a bot'te, viz :-" SniP Tnoux,
lit. 28, 53, X 16ng. 40, W. 14th day of October,
1818."
In the ship ii. r ... ... Capt Holianid, which
sailed front his port yester y afterionn, fillr Alex-
andria, the -lv. L. F. Dtiiicite, of this town, took
passage, for the 'benefit of Iis health.

The trial, at New-York, of Mr. Goodwin, for
manslaiighter, fir llse alleged killing of Mr. Stough.
ton has taken place at one C(ourl--but as the
jnry coiulll nint P r to n ow rial will ta i,' place,
ll,'o,1ib;y *. ',2, I i .. ii jury first'oame in, 9
were for a verdiel ofgiiil'y ;iand 3 for one of not
guilty. The next ti tilmefe foreian gave in the
verdict if" guilty, but recommenil to mtercy."-
huton tll juiors')iugreqairsld to nower iniviild-
ually. o;e said "Not Gnilty." The jury went out
again, and returned with a declaratiotl that they
could never agree.

The House of Representatives of Pennsylva-
nia have passed resolves for laying a tax of
half per cent on sales at auction-and a tax on
pleasure carriages. Resolves for taxI's on pri-
vate sales of foreign goods, and on unsettled
land, were negatived.
In the Senate of New York, on tile Vice Pres-
ident's account,* a report it) his favor has been
made-in the House, a report against him-In
this state of i'.;r.,, his friends hold him up as
a candidate --.r 1.: office ofgovernor.
A motion has been made to close the session
of Congress on the 10th of April.

Some southern writers seize opportunities
to say hard -liri:. of Mr. Clinton, under a mis-
taken idea that he lhas been more active a-
eainst them on lthe slave subject, than other
.istinmitislit -piw l;u--eihlpa nonle__leave
been very ,, -_ .. I I .- ,
ed w ith gi,. t .j..j...i u, I th. .. .i ...,' '.:
slavery.
In speaking on the Missouri Question in
Congress, Mr. AV'EliltEt, Qf yirginia, fainted
twice, and was carried from the Representa.
tives flail.
Mr. CAa'nlPr.,oaUr Ambassador in Russia,
is expected to return in the spring-and to
leave Mr. Pi -NxaR *".. c-: d'Affilres.
HiAnTav S'r Uo : q. 'i. New-York, is ap-
pointed Consul at Glasgow, &c.
Col. DiAvi BnEAeALTy has resigned his com-
mission in the Army. P.y deaths and resign-
ations there has been a considerable reduction
in the number of officers, and a great loss of
the advantages of experience and habit.

If a Revolution should be. acc-omtnlshed in Spain,
which appears extremely probable, it is worthy of
consideration how the new gove'arrent. might con1
side our taking possession of llorida ?

The Aurora says, the Court at the Old BaI-
ley sets from 9 in the morning till 9 at night,
wkth two sets of Judges.

It is said mechanics and artificers are now
allowed freely to emigrate from England.

The spacious e,',i l-e.ti l.. l, (known by
the name of Postletbwait's) Lexington, KIai.
has been destroyed by fire, with nearly all the
valuable.furnilure anti much of the luggage
n-.,. _- 0 the numerous lodgers.
I: lately found near Charleston, S.
C. with the head and leg separated from :t,
is ascertained to be the remains of Mr. Elias
Solin, a Swede ; who left his lodgings in Nov.
l.tst. It is supposed he killed himself or died
by accident, and that the injury to his remains
was done by the vultures. Some years since
lie was tried for murder, and convicted of
mans laughter.
0FLORIDA.
Extract of a letter frow the S.ecretary of Siate
to the Chairman (f the Committee qf Foreigpy
Relations-Dec. 21, 1819.
B tvy all the itifo-"mation wh;bh haas been obhain-
ed of the prospective views of the French arid lus-
siln governments, in Ielatiln to hlie course wlicih
it wus by tlem thlonght- probable would be pursued
by the United States,'i ..-, Il they strong-
ly Apprehended the ..T .. .. 0. oceiuptlio
;f Fhlorida by the U. states, on ftr ile non ratification
iy Spain of the Treaty, within the sli pllited time.
France and Russia both have most earnestly dissu -
ded it from (bht course, not by any regular ficialt
iommui'nic:tion, but by informnial friendlly aildvice;
deprecating immediate hostility, on aecount of its
tendency hi kindle a general vwar, which th,-y fear
would be the consequence of a war between thle U.
States and Spain. It vwas leggedd that, in the pires-
ent state of our controversy with Spmin, ithe opinion
cofall Euoirope on the puiat i'S ine; >ves in our f.;vor
and against her. That by exercising p'-tience a lit-
tic longer, y waiting at least to bear the Minister,
who was snnouslceId as "' ,' i'd receive
explanatifjis, we colid .I .i nd g utinate-
ty, without *-esor't to force, the right to iltch it was
admitted we were entitled. .Bt that preepilhate
measures of violence right not only ipro-nke Cpeitn
to was', bht would re'"nte tli state of lil qlpwstinn
between us; wonlid i ,. ls to tl.:e wnri'i as '.lii
aggressors, and would indispose :'.ainist us those
now the most decide'-d in our favor.
*' st is noi expected that in the event of swanr
within Spaiin, any nur-oiea0 power wil. opi:sly take a
part inll it .gitinat mie U. States; b'u there is no
doubt Itht ihe principal, rehiinee orf Spalin will be
11o tHie emii.I.ylnent ofp rivstei n of I'sace anit
Engl.I"l, as ss'r 11 in theii Fast tIllit ,Vors lIurlia
Se5s, 1 1d upon ou0r iw'],0{ Coast, ulider the Spanish
.: r 'n-,i ed f5'o1 s1 na5 ioels, ini t dinO t011r'ens
o 0n. e 'r ii.ted ii" SI m niiiai' sbj,-n fobr
;. :,muv- .s.;."


BOSTON.

PLY.MOUTHf .O.l.VAITION.
AT a meeting of the Deiegates from the sev-
eral Towns in 'Pl ,nouth County, at tbe House
of Thnsias B. Harrub, in Plympton; on the
15th inst the nomination of
Bis Exrc:ttlNcvy
JulH- ;.','.,' fi,?,
A'ND" Ii HONOR
WILLIAM P11 LLIPS,
as Candidates- for Governor and I.eUE'tair,
Governor, was unanimously conctirred in. The
lion. EnNiiZEiZ GAY,having declined a re-elec-
tion, it was unanimously voted to support Col.
JOhIN THOMAS, and WILLIAM BOURNE,
E'q. as Candidates for Senators
Hion..Wa. B. BA raIsE n, of Essex County,
has declined being a candidate for re-election
to the Senate of MLassaehouetts.
Hon. RAtLR H Flti-aci. of lssex County, h-E:
declined I.- gais a candidate for a seat in the
Senate < '.1 St.te
J.aine Senzto)rial Ciunhdater, Washfington
CoW ,u-IfoHAUlQ IL, ICHALo'iMRnl:, Bsq.-JE.B-
Mit a O'SahmsN, t.q.
PenabscoS-tlon. W .i. D. WILaUArSOs.

At the adj inted Tl .'-. ".';--i. ..nr'i'",eldiy-for
County Triua' rer, : "- ,i ,',e r.ii., Rsq had
75i votes, (;tlG T"l' nr.us PtA'- S873, Mr. Cis anis
HA MMAT a.'r' Tu rFt 'lrnaPirs, Esq. t S, NA.
'JAtr in.B, Esq. 3'2--others, 4,.. No choice hav
.. em made le Court of Sessions will appoint.
S. Overieerse of the Poor, asd Firewards, of
the' pst tyei. 'were re-ieete!l without t opposition.
HBNsX StASi, Est). *tid 'EiiWAUlB l-'rrU,1s5, Esq:
were chosen O'rseers, i, t the room ofi Messrs,
WAfr.E LiY n RICHAIIns., who declined a re-election.
:.":, e Ars i Vir,TrAui I asc it s, ; rirTN Wcci' c u'HE-
TE|I, S;A'leU L Hicant1tN, J1n. 1n1l JONATMAI
'I'T[ ,'J't. were'i' losie '"irewIi,'ilr, in ithe room of
John i',, i ''" -i 'Veibb, Josephi ustin, and
Turn".s Pf .. .

The applic tion of the Masonic Brethren for
a lease of all that part of the Old State House,
above the first story, Was referred to the Se-
leetmeni who were instructed to report at a
future meeting.
The thanks of the ,ii -t,', 're- f moved by
B. Austin, Esq. to the Hon. John Phit!lips, for,
his faithful services as Moderator,snd votd utl-
nanimously.
Schoo! Committee -The fo'ilov;'nl genlI .
have ben elected oil tihe Seclini lf, ri'initU:e
for the curriet year--Dr l'toas \VWI,c,. Dr.
AAoon DExrTE- R11v. VCAtltUrs LowI, L, Rf-Y.
,l()IIN Pr!ea'sT, RIlv. 1).iN-an. Sailt', W'T.tua
WELLS, Esq Latter SAw, Eq and liEiEaxR
J. O vy.it.a. Thliere are four vacancies at the
Board, which are to be fill,'d in May.
A lt na ing cf l.- : n'r .. ;FT '. .' -
rIAMS, Esq. wh .1. ,: c., -.i n I 't I',5' I.
---scw 'JSWSIJOsea.-'--
COPUCIIN,' COHAPEI,."
We understar.d that this admired l ,, 1..' .-
removed on the first of April; ind we trust, that
the smab'-uis ofthle fine arts; andI ,i i. -t ..-
manity, will improve the intertmedl..t ie bi) Ire
quent visits.

.L',rd Cochra te and Captain Do-,bnes.
SA corresponndeil.ee too[-k p', ci i'i N--o i-er Iast,
in th'' Soinhern Ocan iete-;,i'in Lord C';hrtie
t D .... 'I 'I i .


sater'eh ce. a-:d astas ..- abhmits them t'o iTW.
insperti on O1 t '( r fist imeetitn?, it bring tits sin-t
c-re d-sire to avoid, s far asi iq conliistent witl hisi
tll yi any- lietri'-lion or inisaiinerstanding between
t5!- StOtes oft eorth anrd li. utih roerica, whose in-
ter-_st ind feelings ought to be the same.
wapet. !)ownes in rlply s',iys that he feel .'with
L.ord G. s sincere, desire wivoid anv niterestifn or"
tltits ndevsta!;fning that mto' involve theStates of Chill
tandi North m nierii: in hidffiealtes : thai Lcted U.
Iwish!edl h- to make "ome observations on hie ex-
" trxeis whMih he was ph-aaeed to send; hu- ibe W ould
only remark, that he had received riin instrueioi
'ro i his gov5rvniiiient that would ennd) e him to
give an oiio'. on his Lordshi''% i H'. I :. He
thein cnctoaSs xresii lfoi the 'II ...... .' .-r VtWi .
Scot t, w;th itich the eorrespoldntice ends.

The Fru-nch ship La dNormande is about sail.
ing from t New-York for France, with French
eipigrants from St. Domingo
"The reports about the Unke of Gn',irnoxt's Pa-
pers, have bint-ir contradicted in the London ntews-
p'pers--as has, also, ith report that Lawyer PuIL-
L's had t tken Hovly Orders.
One of Christopher Delano's men writes to
his wife at Liverpool, that they are to be
tried at Malta, lbut he is uncertain whether
they will be hanged there or at Liverpool"
M. Hnimboldt was informed by mostcredible wit-
nesses, that snbterraneoes sounds; like those of art
organ, are heard to,-ards sunrise, by those who
sleep upon tlhe banks of the Oronoko lie suppot-
ses them to aris' from the difference of tempera-
ture between the external air and the air in the
narrow and deep crevices of the granite rocks,

T:,I'.li.i.r.. of the Eiigfish government is rowy
Iurned towards ihe Uolony of New SoEnth Wales.-
it is no longer itle resort of transported thieves and
vagabonds. The descendants of criminals new t -
crpy the high awd sacred seats nfjusiiee. Govern-
ment begins to assume a f,rnmal and ri gilar shape.
A new targo of felons hli -.1-. i i-tr-- transported,
not fir the-ir rCrimeis we '.. .ir. t ,I. contsist of
tLao) hives of bees, and they have fotnid a soil and
climate, auspicious to their growth and propagation.
dAtI.lx, (N. S.) sMAnlOt G.
The luill prohliibing all intercourse with the Brit-
ish Nortili Alterieen Co-'ies't', has passe second
reading, in the House of Representalives at Wash-
ington. Thisiss Muts continuation of the Restric-
tive Fysslen, adopted by the Ameriesn Govern-
ment so early ns 1794, ; and wiebh ,iperience has
proved to hiave been materially beneficial to our
Uolonies. Americeais simost the only country, ve-
believe; that ever autmptr-d to restrict the eipor,
tawuBS of its own prodnlce, in its o-tr vers, exeep.
ting in Ciastes of rsareiy ; and should the plhn be
riiidtliy adherld to for 1t or l1 years,, i--..i',y
would it efferet a sa'ving of nearly Half a .r.'i ,' n
s!ill. to tills town i 'it the v' st enconuragement
ihis given to th- li.duiistry of our F'rmer, would
be Il-It ', .....'. ., our Ptro'ince.
'Ihe '-... : ii Agricluhtral SoieltO eapendd
6'100 for ipreimiiums, he. ie. last year.
'Th dioties in Nov!; B;;'tia )hve been eno')'t']n,
as l.S year. A niltO lon lay a (!;ty (If pe r bbl.
on Amitricin Floar l g v! 5'g. iived.
DIED,
in tlis tan'. Mrs. Hannah Parker, formerlyof Salem,
sg-tl 5a years.
On Mcmaly list. Mrs. Rt-ebea Htuxrord, as.e 0 .
A! Hi- hlg m. Deaeorn si hoins 7". ..; .- peet 7Cre el-ers
1- lvii aaito- plishe-i ti)n Be f ..- as l .il Cilh
dr'hi o> natne-- has loseda s !fe r fe is tf nesi. H lilc d{iii.
raii-ttE n> their rill ant failifut t)erforlnl 'ce 'if lthe vaUicU
lil: oflire. Hisinti erity was pure, firm i rn it.ei ,
rltpl' 1 I'i,' .V',.- .,uj, pi 'bcipi s wi re nt isher etiiluii',sti-
n! '.. 1,' ...tiot .--. .. -.. s l iniilexible.
-An S. c iven his end(eiivouiirs .. .. 1 pulled good ;
ii itim we beherld th1 firm lti sislltice l p a riot-b ii ittee
he is nil more, 'iue, sinicep hin tis, 05 w'e tilisi, eine Io rest
s.ili tngit t .i ene -avor to improve 1)y his exer lniry
At (.I. ,.' C, C '' l alnt, o sa-
leni, (i sefililli ) stel'. Clio, Seward, oS root n,
In Ctih'alstin. S. C. pl. Hi niy 1. D nil,
A the i2Council luftfs, i.\ij Taema Hiujon, or'ns?!ly of
iu' Arm'y.















^9 jegterta'g 9fanl.

ci>r.T oune, (OIOt.) arBe 7.
I/O LENTJ'' TO t.fAD 1 .
About 7 i'tert A. M. en Ssturly l5'!ih ut. a
current ofwitol from the east andl one from the
Rouli wi- met a little south of ,his ton, and pro-
1iocad the d osl severe hurricane vwe have witnessed
in thin state. It r.olnmeneced its ravages at the Peni-
te1ntiry, ir'1, ,., .r ;.- -i r'ia. ent tIhe plank covering
from the *. .1' -ir"e.iril,.-g the yard-; unroofed and
'nearly demolished the dwelling house ofMr.Wm IM.
BElvA), blew down a small potter's shop of Philip
Brakebillied scatteredd the fragments in a thousand
ways, demolished t wie two story chair maker's shop
of Mr. lohin Woleott, andti destroyed, several hun-
dred dollars worth of furniture, paints, &e.
His apprentice boys were in the shcp when it fell
almost leiel with the ground, and escaped unhurt,by
a singular providence.
Part of the gable end and the whole of the east
side as far down as the top oflhie lower story, ofthe
brick building ofMr. Joel Bulttlies tell. It was oc-
rupaed by us for our printing office, and has consid-
erably dertnged the time toid appearance of this pa-
per. The wind blew offthe tops of the chintneys
ofGooindle, Delanos and Russell's niew houses, bent
the apire on the ctpolo, of the state house, blewsin
same of the windows, and made other less ravages.
BAYTONw, (onto,) FnB. 29.
We are s6rry to learn tht there is another suit
carmmeacedt agilnst the Bank in this place.
Semucl Sullivan, Esq is elected State Treasurer,
'in the room ofHfirara Mn. Curry, Esq. resigned.

c LtsTo., (s c ) YARnc1 10.
Letter from the Hon. C. Pincknery, to the Editor,
"dated W,1. k.:.. : ... Warch 5.
L I hasten to iiit.rs'h iI,, it i this moment we
have carried the question to admnit Misouri and illi
Louiisiana, to the Southward of 36, 30, free of the
ret-striction from slav_-y, 'which will include Arkan-
saw and the Fiori.its. and give tihe Soruhern inter-
est inl a sort time in addit in of ix.-c.nd perhaps
eight, Members in the Senate. To the North of
36 ,30, there is to b'-hy the present law, restriction.
But it is at present rf tno moment ; it is a vast tract,
inhbabit-d only by savages and wild beasts, in which,
not afoot of thelndian el, im to soil is extinguished ;
ans i r xvhiel. -,-.' ... --: '.) the i ae'ss prv.-lent here
at present i L s r.,I i,,n.: will be opened for great
length of titse."

WAsINrGTow CITY, iAntir T 17 -"
Copy of a letter from a gentlemant in Savannah,
to his friend in this city, dateil
styA- _lNKNA, AncH 5, 1820.
The amount of loss, which relief has been ap.-
plied lor, is about three mailliins of dollars the-a
".tsot ofcontlribuonsi reee-ie l, aiUot forly five
thousand dollars ; say about one dollar for every
seventy lost.
The plan of distribution will not be proportion.
ed to ,he actual losses, but to thic actual wants, of
enr-distressed people. Widows with families will
receive the highest grade of contributions ; old
imen, with large families, widows, atd orphan chil-
dren, will constitute the second grade; and so on, in
proportion to their actual distregeses. The fiee
people of color received an advance of thirty to fifty
dollars, proportioiaed to their ability to support
themselves by their labor. It so happen-ed, how-
ever, that but few of that description of p ople tre-
sided within the destroyed limit' ; it was generally
occupied by merchants,, mechanics, apothecaries,
shop a i. '.i,.i., ini Ir .i-e k. t-i. .s lThosa who
haven i'li.:..y ..I -.r.. I... m 1 i i secure them
agAinst ,.;it. i.rl Vy ui, ..' ,. i ih..,is families, will
be cy;uttleclfriorom a participation isn the contribu-
tions." .

BA1.TIMOHE, arAscu 16. l
Ext tract of a letter from acz gentleman o0n board W
theJrigate JMcacedonian, dated
I I` PANAMA, JA3. .
We have at last fallen in with Lord Cochrane, t
and I assure you he was exceedingly polite, ahhbo'
he had threatened to sink ourn shp if we attempted
to enter the port of Caliso while his squadron was
off there. To let him see that we apprehended
no danger from his thr-at, we hove to, and allow-
ed' him to board us, although we might have run,
in and avoided him. The boarding tifi..er came
with his Lordship's compliment-. ..,il t. .ir.-,d i',
knw how long wewe were forii V li.. ia., ,1," 1, t
news ; the captain informed him, and at the same '!
';i... lo s., t .1-.rl -r c.t-i,rane, if lie had any further d
O ,r arnu..e i ,. t... n ,kt. he wished him to do it as v
B&tor %: p.iu,-.h, lie ,.lis anxious to get io his an- e
C",l ij.. i ,i r.i-hr. .a s soon as the boat return. s
ed, he ran up alongside of us, hailed, and hoped t
that captain D. was very well; thie sams, civility b
was returned. He then made some compliments- fi
ry remarks on our passage, which hfld been very v
short, wished us safe to our anchorage, and sheered c
ofFou his course. Since which time we have had fi
no communication with him ; having raised, the
blockade a few days after our arrival, lie went down i
the coast., His lordship has not acconiplislied his L
objects at Callao, nor will he ever, in my opinion; i
the place is much more strongly fortified titan I T'
had any idea of, from the representation I hadl of it. I,
The people appear satisfied under the present gov-. h
ernment, and completely disgusted with that of the 'w
Chilian, in consequence of the number of outrage- s
ous depredations lord C. has, committed with his fi
s tadron on their' defeneeless towns along the coast. t
4 All military operations-in Chili at present are n
at a stand, and the only object in view' was their e'
naval expedition, in the.success of which they will it
be sadly disappointed, as they have not' the means in
again to equip the squadron, which lhey could not
have fitted out, had not the English merchants
contributed so largely towards it.
The rapid movements of CGn. --, have rt
caused great alarm in Peru. Quito, one of the in
principal towns in upper Peru, was expected to o
fall daily, when he will make a rapid descent on t
Guyaq'il, the key to lower Peru-where he will pf
aeet with but little opposition, nor an;y of cnnse- a
qnence antili he arrives in the neighborhood of Li-
ma ; they may be obstinate for a little time, but
the- rm u-o' ir%,. a ll, fall.
Ttir i-lacd is..", will leave-this in a few days, b
for St. Blass, and probably touchte at Apisplco on r
her way ; after transacting the necessary public
business, go to Valparaiso to ,efit for our rt-iurntC
home.i" a,
Tbe officers of the Macedonian were tr-eau itll sJ
great respect and frietlship by the Span ly i'tlthot- t
ities and citizens at Lima and Panama. At the
latter place Capt. Downes gave a ball ou board the m
Macedonian. to
of
PHILADELPITA, 7ARCH 20. ir
FIRE.-Yesterday a fi-e was iliscovered in the
Lumber Yard of Mr E. Simmons, issuing from an h
old Frame Budding, conttainiang a large quantity of n
Shingles, and other light seasoned Lutmber, which,
together with the i,bhi Carriage House, and h
sevybral piles of Boards, and other valuable Lumber, S
were entirely consumed. The Brick Brewery ad- t
joining, belonging to Mrs. Ruhn, containing a lirge
quantity of Malt, Grain, &e. was also destroyed, e
add two or three Dwellings on New-street, partial- h
ly injured-the extensive range of Frame Stabling n
belonging to the Camel Tavern, in Second street,
and alao those adjoining, back of'the Spread Eagle b
Tavern, it Thsrd-street, were almost totally con-
sumed, i
The circumstances attending the origin of this S
destructive fire, eaves no shadow of doubt, Ihat b
it was theheinous work of some vile iiceslidarv. k
At one time, the rays of (hle sun on the boudy of a
water emitted fioom the Esgines, caused a beautiful u
rainbow to encircle the rufis. Jin. D. Id. f

SABa.TOA, nARCH 15. t
We learn from Warrem county, that fourteen g
persons are closely imprisoned io the jaidl of that
coiuny, for neglecting to pay a military fine, can-
trary to the tenets of their ri.ligion i

The H. of R. of Penusylvinia have passed the.
bill io obtai" a loan of l1,00t0,000. to be appropri-
ted for internal improverueuts. They have before
them a bill for a lom of 1,900,000, so be loaned out c
to citizens in small itums on tuor'gges c
In Ohio, AxtASA. FULLER hIss neen coiv;-et-d, af- fi
ter a ciatl of eignt days, o l'.'.he murder of PALtrEe .


WAtRRE. anod sr-utenced to death. When tIle deed n
was perpetrated, the hitterr wa about to be inarried t
It a young lady to whom the former had paid his
aed.resse. The plea of insanity was used by tihe
Counsel for Fuller. U1
-- 1
A new Theatre was opened atCiaeinnat;, Ohio, it
on the 8gll iast. 3


SSrrTTTTrSTO, (rF.To.) MAICes 9.
A BURNING MOUNTAIN.
A brilliant spectacle has beett for many
months past presented to the eyes ot those who
live nearly opposite to the lower glass works.
One of the large coal pits, from which this es-
tablishment received a portion of its fuel, is on
fire-and a short time back was vomiting forth
flames with all the sublimity of Vesuvius--
During the day it is not observable from town,
but as soon as night approaches, it bursts up-
on the sight in all the steady blaze of the gas
lights. HoI long ,it has been on fire we know
not; it is only a few nights since our attention
was called to it, but it is probable that it has
been burning for many years. We remember
to have heard it said the Coal-hill was on fire
twenty years ago-the probability is that it has
never been extinguished-it never, however,
has been so distinctly seen until since it has
communicated to the open coal pit-this now
displays walls and a roof of solid fire, extend-
ing horizontally into the very bowels of the
hill. Ar. attempt, we are told, has been made
to arrest tile progress of this destructive con-
iii .,i.. -, by stopping up the mouth ofthe pit,
but the attempt failed, owing, we presume, to
tile many fissures which exist in the rocks,
through which air can enter. How it will ter-
minate it is impossible to say, but a most de-
plorable destruction of the valuable article of
coal must have already taken place-how far
the loss has extended cannot be ascertained.-
Owing to the height and steepness of the lill ,
the pit cannot be approached by any power
sufficient to produce any effect ; and we fear
the only remedy we have to expect is the fall.
ing in of large masses of earth, rock, and
what the Colliers call horhsebachk.

IVEtW-AVEs, MARCH 8.
R.JTS--A man having finished threshing a mow
of rye, on tite 2d inst, in the barn of Mr. Orange
Merwin, of New Milford, observed there were
many rats among some loose straw at the bottom
of the hay, and having obtained some-assistance, in
a bowt two hours destroyed owNE rtu BEl)aE AND iNINE-
T'r-'wo et these troublesome animals.

S.rr rt rN5- int 21. u
INv'DEPENDE'CL (Iof' .11i. ;1.
Thursday last witnessed the birth of a new State,
and ushered MAINE into the Union., The day
was noticed, as far'as we have heard from the vari-
ous .towns, by every demonstration ofjoy and heart-
felt congratulation, becoming the occasion. In this
town salutes were fired in the morning, at noon,
and at sunset-the independent companies were
under arms, and appeared in their usual style of
military exoellenee-the ships in our harbnur dis-
played their fllags--the observatory and adjacent
buildings were brilliantly illuminated in the eve-
ning, and the celebration closed with a splendid
ball.
Union Hall, in the evening, was filled to ove'flow-
ing with all that Portland can produce of ,-legance
and fashion anti eauty,its walls were' decorated with
national and military colours, tastefully festooned,
giving a rieh appear.inee to the rnon, aind filling
the soul wih, enthusiasm and patriotic feeling. In
front of the orchestra our national arrmorial, an ea-.
gle, lately killed in the neighbourhood, spread his
eCt-..e ,'.. bearing on. his breast a brilliant
as .. -1 ,,.. ,,, oftheaddition now made to our.
national constellation.
(Gen. KIrs, President of the Convention, and ac.
tieng Governor of the State, w'is in town, making
ome 'eicessar' rt'rangeuicuts for the tnew govern- *
ment, and honored the company at the ball with
iis prese'nse for short tinupa in the evening; He
left town oo Friday -and, we hear from the east.
ward, that on his return wasn mt at Brunswick by
a'large ouniiber of'militdiry ffioersr mounted, to.
gentir with a detachment of cavalry, and escorted
o.0 his seat in Bath.
We hive received from .Washington, a copy of
an Address to the people of Maine, byfour of our
Rb-presentatives in Congrass, Messrs. Kinsley,
Cu. thing, Whitman snd Lincoln, relative to the
long agitated Missouri question
Th. -.'-.. :.t Gi, : te, printed at Saint Louis,
h ,, ,.i ,,- it uii:.T,.,r, as expedient and salutary,
iia.i,. aI .'..igret', ... of a pretended regard to the
f h t leit is '.ry, refused to adopt. .A writer
n hili pr-. -r-- ; I-- own opinion, and that
dt "' InTsi r,.-r pl .rn.s anld :1'..ie ot0,:- u .i t11
'icinity, thii a majority of its initibinnts werede-
idedly in fivoiur of he reatrictioun. The editoral-
o says, those plantritions in which tobacco is cnl-
ivated, are almost worn ont, the soil is exhausted
y that plant, and the planters are now anxious to
ind some other spot to which they mnay remove
with Iseir slaves, and pursue that system of agri-
ulture which has been productive of so much pro.-
.t.
It is with a degree of pride and pleasure we have
t int our power to speak of the improved birass
Lamp, manufactured by Mir Enoch Burnlam. an
Sge-ni~ous VMechanic in the town of WestbrookMe
This lamp is rendered superior to any imported
amp,by reason of its beiig of one entire pi-ce, cast
follow iandl turned upon a lathe, to correspond
with the fancy of the most fanciful. The tube andl
crew being of two separate p! rts, obviates the dif-
ctlty which proceeds from twisting the wick in
he act of filling-:.nd to render it still morEn coove-
ient, an aperture is r.ade in the screw tlihat encir-
les the tube, whiel, by a slight turn, will admit of
ts being replenilshed with oil with the least possible
conveniencee.

rowrsMOUTau, (. n.) MATCt 21.
The Fisheries' Five hundred and fiorty-seven
sen were empnl ed the last season from tbis port
i tht fil*hries, in 73 vessels ; the whole burthen
f wl,;ch w.s 31'7 tons. The proceeds, exclusive of
snuekrel, liallibut, :ild all others whlii h were sold
"esh in the ,-rkct, 37,667 quintals of salted fish
nd 362 bbls. of oil

The Hon. JETIEMtIAH MASON, form, rly a Merit-
er oftongress, h is been elected ore of the Rep-
rsentotives of l'ortsmoutth, in the Legislature of
lew-Hampshire. ISAAC HILr,. B't q Editoroftie,
,oneord Patriot, has ioen tleete In thile tSenate
nd JoHaPnsENTIss, E q. Editor of the New-iHamp-
slie Sentinel, has been clected Representative of
he town of Keene.
The Hon. WILLIAMr KIye, has, by Proela-
mation, recommended to the inhsbitmnts of Maise,
o observe bhe Fast Day appointed by Gov BROOKS,
f'aassoehnsitis
A .Yatiortal Institution for promoting Industry
Sthe United Staten." has been cot.eati ed at
esew-York-and a General Convest inn is to be
eld in New-York on the first Wednesday in June
ext.
The House of Representalives of Pennsylvania
ave passed s Resolve r,-queating their-Natiott
enatobrs andi Representatives to use their utmost
fforts'to support domestic Manuifactnres."
The'building of a Cily Hall has beencommen-
ed at-Augusta. It is" int-nded that it shall do
onour'to the city and state, surpassing all others in
aagnificenee."
The Numbers of the *' Friend of Peace" have
een republished in Ohio.'
The Richmond Enquirer of March 9th, speak-
ng of the .sllissouri Compromise," says, The
south and the West ae wstonged;--they must
ear up patiently ;-they owe is to themselves to
eep thei' eve frnily fixed ot T xs. If we [the
dcvocates /fr the ecteision of slavery] ire crop. d
p on the A/orth, we mast have elbow room to the
Vest."
The Legislature "f Louisiana have concurred in
oe ;.menditsnt ofth, cisltitntiots, pfohlibiting con-
ross from chartering any lank out of the District
f'.'oo'umbia.
On the fist day of January last, about 2 o'clock
Sthe morning, a fire bioke out at Srrmyrna,which
intinurd till 2 in tse ;,fsernoon. and destroyed
500 buildings, princinepally shtps, &c,

In England, a Mr. O'Brien, who was indu-
ed to think he was intended by ane of-the
characters in Ivanhoe, wrote to Walter Scott
ir satisfaction. Mr. S. did not answer the let-


er, but, it is said, wrote to a friend, that lie
ever had in view the designation of any par-
icular living character.
Crockerv exported from Liverpool to the
U S. in 1815, 73,000 crates, 3582 hhds.-'
816, 54,950 c. 6227 lh.-1817, 26,514 c. 5336
.-1818,24,312 c. 5999 h.-1819, 16704 c.
415 h.


AND
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.

BOSTQ-N, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1820.


FROM EUROPE.
ON Monday last,the shipBelfist, Capt.BcT-rEB
arrived at New-York in 24 doys from Antwerp.
Cmt. B. politely favored the editors ofthe Mer
cantile Advertiser with a file nf Antwerp papers to
the t4th ut containing Paris dates to the 18th, Ma
drid ofthe 7th, n d Cadiz oftlhe stat. The London
dates are to the 18hS.
OF SP.AL'.
The Antwerp Journal of the 15th of Feb. con
tains the following article :
We have just received positive news of the oc
cupation ofGCdiz by the Insurgents. A vesse
which arrived at Ostend the d.iy before yesterday
from that port, [what passage ?] has given us entire
certainty of it.-The vessel is furnished with con
noixseminms-constitulionnels"
CAIZ,. Feb. l.-Our Mercantile l'aper contain
two, proclamations of Gen..Freyre. Gen. F. left
Xeres on the 29th, and is now at Port Royal, about
3 leagues from the Insurgents ; the two parties arc
in presence of each other.
"MASnml, Feb. 1--The Minister, Lozano, and
several other persons, who have had the confidence
ofthe King, have been arrested. The Captain Gen
eral of the Province executed in person the King's
orders, and has sent them into exile.
PARIS, Feb. IS.--A letter from Barcelona states,
that a vessel dispatched from Cadiz, arrived off that
port on the 29lh of Jan. beariing dispatches to the
Capt. Gen. Castanns, enjoining hima to acknow-
ledge anti proclaim the cons, itutional government.--
The Capt. General refused to receive the dispatch-
es, and the vessel immediately made sail. Accor-
ding to the same letter, Malaga would be in the
power of the Instaurgents.
Another account states that the Insurgents have
got possession of all the provisions that had been
cnllected for (he expedition.
Letters from Bayonne state, that an engagement
has taken place in the neighborhood of Seville be
teen the Royal troops and the Insurgents, in which
the former were completely beaten.
PARIS, FEB. 18.
Extract of a letter from Bayonne, of Feb. It2.
According to letters from Csdiz of the 1st, receiv-
ed this day, all is tranquil in that city ; but it is the
trmmiquility of a mac in agony. You will judge
whether the Insutrgents are not in some force, when
the chief of the National Army has detaehlv:d a di.
vision of 3000 men for Algeziras, to accompany
from thenes to the head quarters several members
of the Cortes who had landed there. it is said
there have been some skirmishes between the Royal
and Insurgent troops, in which the latter had the
advantage. The troops have left Vittoria for Galli-
cia, where some troubles have broken out.
OF FHRANCE.
PAlts, Feb.16.-The alarm in the public is such,
that a great number of foreigners quit Paris'with
precipitation, being fearful that a revolution is about
to take place. Yesterday and to-day, it was almost
impossible to obtain post horses. No doubt the as-
sassination of the Duke of Berri is the first cause.of
this alarm ; but is it not probable that it has been
increased by the imprudent remarks of the news-
papers, anti by the measures proposed by the gov-
ernment to the chambers ?
PARts, Feb. 17.-It issaid the Commaitteeofthe
House of Peers,charged with the examination of
the law on the free circulation of the Joarnals, ter-
minated its labsIrs yesterday, and that it resolved
to-rteect tlhe project of the King. .
When Loeuel was interrogated on Monday, by
the inanister of the interior, why, iflie tdi not fear
death, he had fled after sassinating the Prince -
he replied coolly-" In order that he might be able
to kill another.'
It is seid that M. de CGazes, has dared to present
himself at St. Cloud, the residence of the Duchess
de Berri. He was not itirouduced, and it is added,
that as soon as she heard his name pronounced ,the
Princess eagerly caught her infant in her arms and
fled to her 'apartment.
FEB, 18.-The Count dle Cazes is no longer Min-
ister.
All the family of De Cazes, observing the
storm which was gathering over his head, im-
plored him to resign, and he, at length, con-
Seater .. .- --- .
?..,.,,e J.1 n -.-: of a political nature, fo-
mented by young men, have taken place at a
coffee house in Paris.
Prices at Antwerp, Feb. 22-Coffee, St. Domino, 15 a
15 1-8 : Hiav.a do 15 1.2 : Georgia Cotton 25 a 5 : New
Orleans 28 a 30 ; Suirat iS 18 ; Bengal i5s a t16 ; Mary-
land Tobacco 7 : Kentucky 4 1-2 a 6 ; Bengilldio o 10 a
18 1-1; Hyser T-5 54 a 64 ; Skin 22 a 33 ; Souchong 23
a 33 ; Potash3 23 25 1-2 ; Pearl 29 a S30.
Frt.clih Stocks, FPet. 17-70 10.

TO THE EDITORS OF THE PALADU.IC,

S. S. Schooner Lunx,
favana, '.9th Feb. 1820
MESSRS. EDITons,
I was much surprised to observe two letters in
your paper of the128th ult purporting to be a cor-
respondence between Mr.-John Lsfitte, Chiefoflihe
forces at Galveston, and myself. Although I do
not feel at liberty to publish any official correspon-
dence without permission from the Navy Depart.
n tnt, I think it necessary to state, that the letter
dait d Nov. 7th, was never received. The one ea-
ted Nov. 8th, is nearly similar to the second letter
I wrote Mr. l,fitte, but it was an .nswerto a very
diff -rent one froni that of the 7th.
The following was the cause of the correspon-
dence. Two boat', the crews of which had robbed
Mr.Lyon. orn the Marmenton River, were captured
on the 2-4tih ,fOct last, in the River Sabine, by a
det>chment ronm this vessel, under the command
Acting Maoster Ki'g All the. robbers escaped in
the prairie. In one of the boats was a commission
signed Anable Hormbert. Gailveston,20th Atig 1819.
On the 5th of Nav my hiu.ls cut a boat nut ofGal-
.veston Bay, and brought off one man. He confess-
ed lbat he was one of the men who robbed Mr. Ly-
on, and that four others of the crew were in Gal.
veston. On the 6th, 1 sotrded the bar, preparatory
to crossing to apprehent'the remainder, but wes
conip:' led by the wind blowing fresh on rhore, to
go off ti tth night, and oh my again making the
land on the Sil, observed a gibbet erected on the
point of Ga stone, with a manl hanging. As I
could no longer suppose that the robbers were har-
bored by Mr. Lafitte, I sent an Officer to demand
the remaining three. They had been sent frnom
Galveston, but Mr. l.,afitte seat a host in pursuit,
aod as soon as taken gave them, up for trial.
I would also notice.that although my friend Lieut.
McIntosh was nmimh pleased with the attention and
politenessof Lafitte-there must have been some
mistake in copying his note, as he could not have
called himself the friend of Gen. Long, whom he
had never seen. Yours, fSec.
J. R. MADISON.
The letters were copied from a paper prin-
ted at Alexandria, Louisiana.

PRISONERS L.V BOSTOJ.
We are credibly informed, that the questions of
law,whicl were reserved at the trial of Wmo Holmes,
Thomas Warrinfgton, otherwise called Wfarren
Fawcett, andt Edward Jltosewuin,who were convic-
ted by the jury, of murder and piracy upon the
high seas. at the October Term of the Ciriuit Court
of the United States fsr this l)istriot, in the year
1818, have recently been determined by the Su-
preme Court of the United States at Washington,
against these convicts, atnd that sentence of.death,
will, of course, be passed upon them, at the ensu-
ing term ofthe Circuit Court, which commences in
this town on the 15th of May next.

Distressin~mg Calamity.-On Thursday evening,
March 9, the dwelling house of Mr Gershom Hol-
dridge, of Perinton, was consumed by fire, with all
its contents, and two children, one aged 8, the oth-
er 4 years, perished in the flames. The parents
were from home, and left their children in bed ;
the father arrived at the fatal spot soon after the
Bfire was discovered--but too late to save his chil-
dren. The fire originated in the chimney, which
was built of wood andl covered with mortar.
Rochester, J.. Y. Telegraph.

Capt. Haskell, of the Canton, from Rochelle, re-
ports, that 4 of thie Ministry had been imprisoned,
on suspicion of ls,,ing been necessary to the assas-
sination of the Duke of Herri.
S


if


DIED,
Sn this town. Mrs. Elizabeth Hutchinson, aged 63 years.
Her funeral will proceed from her son's house, in Crsos-
street, this afternoon, at 4 o'elock-Relations snd friends
are requested to attend without a more particular invita-
tion. I
In this town. yesterday. Mrs. Eli, ib lh q-Jiel'. i ife ,I
Mr, Edward quigley, aged 29. r,, irA ii,,. ar.',r.,-on.
at 40oC! oek,
Yesterday morning. Mrs. Eleanor Scovin aged 53- Fune-
ral this afternoon at 3 o'clock-Friends and relations are
requested to attend.
In this town Lucy Maria, daughter of John F. Newton,
aged 10 years.
CIn Doxbury. Mr. Elisha Delano. merchant. aed ag.
At Shtewasibuy. Capt. Ephraim Lyon. aged 33--In Lei-
cester, Mr. Amus Wheeler, late of Worcester, in the 87th
year of his aee-In Cieinnati. (Ohio) Dr. Samuel Wil--
lard. formerly proprietor of the Mineral Springs at Staf-
ford. (Conni.)
In It'ye. N. H. Edward Sargent, late of Portsmouth.
In Jeffersonville, (Kentuchy) Mr. William Homer, aged
26, son of Mti Jhn lomer, of Bostotn.
In i scoti., t Mthe r of the Soettish' Bard, ROBERT
i BURNS, in her 88th yea;e.
At Sea, 'Nov. 3, on his passage from Rio Noonus to the
Canp de Verds, Capt. Albigence Adams, oftBostod, master
of brig Pallas, aged 34-


ajlsa um ffartne itst.

PORT OF BOSTON
TUESDAY. March 21-Ar. ship Canton. Haskell, Ro-
chel e:.s..*i--Uiy 0i.. l*. rt-.. *n ..-;.., .-r w-.,.-1.,.
i; ., t, .,.. Havana, -- i .IV, B .. I.,rl,, i--
S r r.ip, Port asi t, ---1si 5- F il, l -.,,
of Vienna, from Fredericksburg- Alfred, Nic'kerson, and
Ileiirnce, Smith. (olChlatham) nalthinore-Sloops Empress,
and Hawkh. Nantucket. Below, seot Cyrus, l.ussell, Pars,
42, for Saltem. put in for a harbor.
SAME DAY-Sch. George, Barnes, of Hingham, from
Richmoa'nl
CLsEARED-Brig Charity. Caleb U. Grozer, Matanzas .
sells. Cherub, A-titearn,. Halifax ; Alert, Cohb, Plhilad.
WEDNESDAY-Ar.sch Mary Jane, Allen, (ofMaln-
chester) Si Pierne..24.via Gloucester.
CLEARED-Brigs America, George P Iiehardson, Eu-
rope ; Gp n. Marion, Peter'Sturm. SS. Thomas.
THURSDAY. March 23.--Entered. sloi'ps Millidgeville,
hMesesneer. William and Votsry,Portlan)d-Ranger.Sa!em.
.SAME DAY-Schs Fame, Woodward, and Leo, Stodder.
(of Hioeham) Norlalk, 9 days from the Capes. Passed the
Vineyard on Tuesday, hut saw no vessels.
SAME DAY-(via ni ,.. 5 '. '' in,'..i. Gerry,
Smyrna, with raisins ,I., I. n. U,., .', t.o 5,1,i j Jan 26.
Ship Emily. Hancock, for Bait. ,i.-. i: ..is before.
The W. passed Gibraltar on tin. stihL ..'1 ,I Feb 17. On
the 35th inst. in a tremendous gate, was knocked down,
bad the decks swept, and a partof both plankshears torn
off. (and neatly 4 feet of water taken into the hold) ear go
shifted, and some of it danmaigd,-Jeremiah Sims, the cook,
was washed overboard and lost.
CLEARED- Ship Heroine. Charles Smith, Marseilles ;
barque A urelia, Issaeiar 0. Foster, St Petersburg: brigs
George, Wi isinas.,(of Sslishiry) Edgartown, ballast ; Fa-
vorite, Kenmebunk ; William. Salem ; schs Misic, Gove,
Savannsah ; Swifture, Thomas. Charleston t; Alexander,
Lincoln. Philaid ; Telegraph, Portland : Octavo, Saco : Ex-
periment,PIortsmouth : 'l to, Castine ; stoops Packet, Ken-
nebuial ; Packet, Portland ; George, -Newburyport.
Went to sea, yesterday, ship Oscar, Savannah, in ballast;
brig Leo, Mobile ; sells. Philenda, do. : Cherub. Halifax ;
Two Broialheis, of Chatham, for Savannah : Swittsure,
Charleston ; Alert, Philad.
Sch. Two Brothers Clark, ofMachias, has sailed from
this port for Savannah.
The Pcrsia, at this port. sailed from Java Head Dee. 10,
with e Messenger and Coronaaisdel, (which left Siam in
co.) Partcd with the forsier Dec. 13. lat. 9, 20, S. Ion.
97, E. andl with the latte r, Feb9. 9ntti. S. Ion. 1o, tW.
A Freneh hrig for Phila. sailid fromR hoelle about 15
days before the Canton. Brig Htle, Pelbham, had ar. frlom
Leghorn. The C. left FbI- 26.
Ship Cmillis wasn advertised at Glasgow, Feb 5, to sail
on the 20th fiar New York
Brig Valiant, of Portland, (mentioned in our last,) was
wrecked Feb. 23, at 4 o'clock.in the morning, on Key Cruz
del Prado, about 30 miles from Matanzas, and bilged in 2
hours. The crewlefther at7. itnd were afterwards pick.
ed tip by aSpanish sloop. She was 21 days out, casro
lumber. Her rigging, &re. was afterwards saved.
Tlhe s ch spoken by Capt. Du o, on the 29th ult. was a-
bout 120.tons, had a black.bhotto, asnd apparently tnrarly a
new vessel. Am, hbuilt-not long at sea-tier small boat was
lying on deck, but not lashed-the name of the place where
she belonged was rubbed out, but her own name remained,
which couldT not e made out-oshe tad a topsail,and main
i. .....T--,i, ir..,-,. men an deck (supposed to be all that
na,.. ,. brid. haid oiln white shirts-left her steering to
Sch Mary Palmer, hence, for Wilmington, left Chatham
O Saturday slasi.
We have received Halifax papers to the Isth inst.
The Clheterfield packet, 8 days from N. York, was to
sail from Halifix 19th inst.
At Manilla, Sept 12, (by brig Elizabeth, spoken at sea)
ships Isis, i Woodbuti'y. Boston, waiting ergo--Beverly,
Gardner,of do for Canto-A-Marmion, Brown, of do for Co
chin Ciinia-Perseverance, Htodson. Satem, waitinti cargo-
Aurora. Gould. do ar Aug 29-Jaclksou, Bryant, do Sept 8
-brigs Otter, Ash ton, do Sept 7-vnautilus, Curran, do
waiting-Janie, Boardman. ofi Bston, ar Aug 29.
Brie Franklin, White, of Salem, for Cochin China, sailed
Aug. 27. Ship Liv Trader, Fenio, of this port, for Am-
sterdam. sailed Seit. 12.
Ship Eliza, Osgood, was at Padang Nov. 23, having ar-
rived there 9 duys previous, in 100 days from Gibraltar.
Expected to obtain a cargo of coffee or pepper, and to sail
for Salem in 3 or 4 weeks, Coffee was 13 dolls, per picul,
pepper 10.
Ar at Bermuda. 7th inst, brig Dolphin, ofHallowell, fr.
N York ; sch Lucy Ann. of do. fi Newberni. Brig Jothn &
Adeline had been, bhoyed up, and towed into port.
The Hope. of Newburyport, for St. Ubes, 5 days, and
Juliana, of Philad. were the only Am. vessels at Autwerp,
Feb 24.
Barque Spartan, Coffin, for Savannah, sailed from Liv-
erpool Feb. 3. Oi the outward passage, took off the crew
from rthe wreck of sch. Susanonah, Stevensoi,.from BaIt. for
Trinidad, Cuba, she having been caipsizd and filled, 40
hours before, (Dee 3) off the Capes of Virg,
Sch. Lauiel, Stevens, f Partland. for Fayal, 1st wind,
was at Christiansand. Norwayo, Jan. 1.
Brig Hope, of Salem, was the only Am. vessel at Maran -
ham. 37 days since.
Sch. Aristides, M'intyre, of Bristol, (Me.) for Wilming-
ton, sailed fr. St Pierres about Feb. 24th.
Brig Elizabeth, for Portsmouth line. was at St. Jago, a-
bout Fell 26.
B rig Messenger, Chanldler. of Duxbui, w-as at Smyrna,
Jan 23 taor oneo of ie Islands ofthe Ariehiplpgo in 30 d.tvSu
Ship Sally Auint,, Edis, ur ab'ust 8 days preTrous. Sig N.
Packet,Thacher.of Bostsm,tor Messin:a,safled 12tdaytsiefote.
At Halifax,. 7th inst. Levant, of Weymouth, for Alexan-
t." ..1 .1 -. .-i ;, Jonesr, fthis part from
U lii .,;':1 :.,', .j ,-." Wisor, i t Dauxbury, 15s


a Worcester County omintafotins.
AT a numerous and highly respectable Meeting
Federal ltepu&licans. fironi. ail parts of the GCou
ty, convcen ( at the Co-urt-House on the I5th ins
pursuant to previous notice.- the following Reso
lutfons ,ere unanimously adopted :-
JeslIvrd--That we earnestly recommend to th
Electors of this County the following list of Uandi
dates for their support on the first Monday in Apr
nest, viz :-
His Excellency JOHN BROOKS, for Govy.
His Honor WM. PHILLIPS, for Lieut. Gov.
For Senators,
Hon. ST.Eaai, P. GARnNFEa--At&oir TuFTs,
LEWIS BIGELow--and SAMUELVlEASTMI A
Resolved--That the Hnn. B:ECTAM"N AtAIn
and the Hon. JoNAS KEADALL, the. Representative
in Congress from this County, are entitled to th
thanks of their constituents for their firmness an
constancy in opposition to the further extension
Slavery in the Territory of Missouri ..,
SOLOMON STRONG, ..d!'.-,'.
A. BIGc-ELoW, Sec. .

COMMUNICATIONi.
The d&..rC.rlIc p pr: in several places hay
held up IhL d I h t i bh lA.te election in Boston, wa
decided on political grounds. Butt is well know
here that this is not the fact-it was effecedi b
local causes--and, beside, five of the Selectmen
including the Chairman, are Federal Republicans

The Committee appointed at-the late meel
ing at Concert Hall, have, from motives o
general expediency, and not from any varia
tion ofopinion,.postponed indefinitely the gen
eral meeting then appointed to be held thi
day. -
The Mayor of Savannah, ack nowledges the re
ceipt of F.733 from the inhabitants of Portland
leaving (as the Mayor says) the distribution to a
discretion, in the exercise of which the sufferer
will have no good reason to complain."
The Mayor compliments the Gitizess of assa
chusetts antd Maine for their munificence after th
Savonnah fire of 1796.
The M,,vor of Savannah has acknowledged th
receipt of '62. from the inhabitantsof Marblehead
for the relief of the sufferers by the great fire.
The Mayor has acknowledged the receipt of200
bhis. foer from Alexandria.
The citizens of Jonesborough, not having any
Bank money that was current at Savannah, sub.
scribed for the sufferers by the great fire, ",feathers
beacon, and merchandise, to the amount of700,"

(Q' We are compelled, hy Want of room, to
omit several communications prepared for
this day's paper.

.Ji/IA4?RIED,
In this town, by the Rev. Hosea Ballou. Mr. George
ringsbury ta Miss Eliza McElroy, both of this town.
In Salem.by Ithe Rev. Mr. FiagZ. Mr. Daniel Hop-
pines to Miss Hannah Frothingham, daughter of Natlh'l
F. Esq.
In Newburypnrt, Samuel Marsh. Esq. of Coopersville,
formerlyy Rine's Island.) to Mrs. Dorceas Shaw. of N
Ar Groton,on the 15th inst.by Rev. Dr. Chaplin, Mi.
Calvin Darby, of Worcester, to Miss Lydia Stone, of G.


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as Low. (It niUbuCY. W at r o, o .
n Ar Pernambuco. Feb. 14, Dimreiof Salem, dis'g ;
I Trim. Turner, loading for tWi; [fr-( ic Juno. Fuller,
)Y diseliharinc. Brig Mary Ath b ,d i ,, rSt. Salvador.
In, Ship Caroline, of this port, saileon the Bay of All
s. Saints. Patagosia.(no date) for Monte5o, with a tempo-
rary rudder, having Iot her rudder iing over the bar.
Thie vesse was under charge of the nthe capt. (-rum.
t. preyy. having been arrested by the 4rs and crew, for
if misconduet.
Sloop Favorite, from Portland, ar. Johln, (N. B.)
a 11th inst.
1. The Portuguese frigate Venus, frotaranham, ar at
SLisb on jtan in 50 days. She sailed ia fleet of seven
is mereliantmen Ior Oporto and L isbon.
A steam lrie. of 28 guns, has arrivedIt. Louis, Afri-
e. ca from L'Orient, to protect the savigs of the rietr.a-
against the Moors.
a. Brig Ontario, Peabody, of Salem, frona for N.Y ork,
'rS was spoken Nov. 29.

Sch. Helen, benee.was spoken 15th in t. 39, 30so, on
72,
Seh Climax. of Boston, 4 days from Vington for St
e Croix. was spoken Sth ins% lst. 34, on. 71,
Spoken. March 155, l ot 3R, on74.sch I7, of Thomas-
e town-4lth, l t 33, Ion 75, selh Adveho, 185 from Cam--
d, den faor Savannah.
eb Mary Jane, of Cohasset, hence for atock, spoken
o10th inst. off Cnrrituick.
CHARLESTON. March 3.--Thab revestter Galla-
ftin, Capt. Mathewes. went to sea on Fritist, upon a
short cruize.. Wo understand that she walpmatecd iit
consequence of a report that an Africirader was
, landing Negroes somewhere on the coast.
KINGSTON, (.AM.) SAN. 25S-H. frigate
Tarne, Capt. La Freyte armed en flute, t'ainchor
0 at Port Royal i, -ir ad,. f,.om Martinique8 days, tor
r tIe purpose. we kih. i I.id. ..fofferinssg a a n laiy
of the Frenct colonists in the Island, who tae tdesir-
otis of rettitnin to France; aes well as t o t charge of
the archives of St. Domingo, which were I( in Span-
ish Town. shortly after the evacuation of thisad. On
coming to anchor she saluted the flag-isgld Fort
S Charles, which were returned,
JAN. 29.--Bysadvices from La Vera Cruz latedate,
we learnoIhat asviolent suorm from the Nhsal been
experienced :there. during wiichl three Spavessels of
war, the Consuilado de la Hahanas, nd schslona aind
S Guia, were lost,.anl 106 men perished. Thelantania,
brig of war, with speci on board, bound to h4a, rode
out the gale in safely. e t
Cfor -
Arat D. rn "'o.,-: .Wilson, ofPortsmoutiUharles.
.. ton ;;-tii'f M -..'. r'.r Ann. Rosetta ad Exirt, Say.
,. Ar at Savannah, 8th inst. brig Com. Hull, iF', fir,i
-port) N Orlenns, 16, Cl. ships Frederick, Is -s ,.1 -
mouth, for Rotterdam; Mary Ann, Wallace, rpool
brig Huron, Califf, do.
Ar tit Savannali, 9th, s h Fr.r .t r.i. |,. i
Bermuda, 19; Betsey, Th. ini.rom n Inis .PC, a.l
rickt. Boston.15. Cl s,.h inn.. B l2 .Ir:{I,i i ..r. ,'
for New York.
Cleared, l0th, ships Athens, Webb, and Dromoridge,
Liverpool.
Sailed from Charleston, 9th, sells. Calypso, As, St.
Thomas ; Lydia of Harwiel for this port
Ar at Chia- ett ;', "; .. .. .!. "- ,ston)
Liverpool, 28 ; laii.r ,.n- F-.. b. .I stu.,
ship Prudence. Havana 0. 'pecie. put in in cos,',ecue
of h svine sprung her foremast on tihe 7th; ships htony,
Woodward, Portsmouth, 10 ; This. Fowler, CandBliis
ton, 12 ; brig Commeree, Messervey Havana. 5 : biig
Harriot, Edw'ards. do 6, ballast; sells Ermirant.ney,
(of Dartmouth) St. Pierres. 12, St Eustati, 10 ; iNa,
Nelson, (of Plymoutt) Turks Island, 19; Ainrldy,
Bradford. (,f Kintrston) Bermuda, 25; Mereury:in,.
(ofSaco)do. 15 : Belvidere, Atwood, Bostn. n22!ary,
Hedge. (ofYarmouth)-Savinslah, I, for Wiltniii! pait
in on account ofta head wind : Betsey, Ch ,se. Georwn :
Nancy, Porter, and Jane. Price, do.; sloop Factorteh,.
Santee. I12. Ar. 12th. ships Robert Fulton.Holdri,,iv-
erpool., 5 ; Milo, Oxnard. Boston, 13, (passeniervasspa
Agness atl-Wnatson t. Mes;*. a ,,i.,. GtIamge sod 11);.
seh Rebecca & Polly, Sn-., .. .. ':,,iham) Edent.,-
Ship Atricus went to sea n ,.r- l i.
Sel s 'Betsey. BRet-0r i oq Fil-c.ttas.-.. I r | ,tl ..r-
ell. fN'ewbhry ..s-r. L. rh I1-r iUirin ,,s t., hie cu na,
r-,,r',. i c,. -
% .- 1 ." i ar- i.s*, 1 tith, '~i,-, -.a Pikt ed-
Si I I .: .,- ...rI, (..p.- Henry. I y Julia.y,.
Berm"tda; slchs. Phelihe, Munro. (of Bristoli, R. Ina-
I vans : Amands Mlvina, Delano, (of Kennebec) Stix
Sanih Ann. Anguilla; Caroline, ; Daniih.
Maria. Pmrto Rico.
Cleared, ship Grand Turk, O'Hara, Liverpool ;gs
Alert, Snow, (of Hampden) do : Wm. Henry. Creld,
(of Thomastown) W Inidies ; Eliza, Walker, (ofKiPe-
Shunk! ido ; Rihert, Burnham. (of this port) idt. ; ts-
sland, Barnard. for do. r Antelope. Potter- (of R. lid)
do. ; sells. Monticello, Bryin. (of Bristol, Me.) dolI-
oheus & Nancy, Shove. (of Newport) do.; Margardt.
Domingo Woolwieh, Trott Boston.
Ar at '-I 1.,:., -. .- ...-.,'.,-. T .b..- : Decati r, :
Rose ilP B .,n,. %i, ,-. I.ii, ia. Anthony ; Fanrod
slo p '.---; .11 ,, :, I i CI- red, sels Erhl,
Hitch l, h- ... ,1 I ,,-r, .f Kingstin ; da.
mia. Bliren; Cynthi.l Nye s sloop Packet, Delanall
for do ; seh Hope. Boston.
Sell Favorite, Rider. of Dartmouth, for Savannasl
sailed ftor P1omtoith. C.
Slonp T...-. iI ir i led ford, sailed r Richmon th.
Ar. at Norfolk, 13th, sch. Mary. Given, (of Har-ll)
Bermuda. 6,in ballast. Cl. sells Cornelia, of this pifor
Alexandria ; Mary Jane, of Belfast, fbr ido.
Ar in Hampton Roads, 15th,shiip Virginia. Liverps l.
At Alexandria. 18th. brig Milo, Hall. of Portlanfor
Halifax : sels. Halsey,Rt,binson, ofThomastown, fer-
omuds ; Only Sont, if Kingston, fr. Boston ; Indusifr.
Ar. at Balt.16th, sell. Hannah Rebecca, Lovell, 0is1
port.) Charleston. Cl. ship Amazon, McKenzie, io.
W 'erford.
Ship Sally M'Kowwn. forL'. f. .-'I.L .t B iortlh.
Also, seh. SellVy. Brown.,f -',. ..' It,.., .. f"ths
Clarisse & Mary. Done, for this port : Larch, of 11)
scot. for Halifax or Bermuda ; brig Paragon. for ft.i,h.
Cleared at Philad. ship Jane, Lnberg. for Europe :ig
SwlnwieIt. Pickle. Antwero sehs Ha rriot Newell. Tnn,
(ofPirtsmustlh) St. Domingo : War. Penn. Fioster, Bos
Ar. at Phila 20th,shipClnumtia. Antwerp. 31.
Cleared at N. York. 18td, ship Nautilus, Pearson, (cSi
port) C..ii..n-b,;i Hero, Sears, Wilmington-schiy
Son. E .l..-e r.-muds.
Art. .,, \ .'- 19th, Fame, Rathbone, (of Provids)
Can ti i J-- l.l..i s nA i,,lti,r, -- all,isss,1,., .- r. t
p nol. : -- i ,,.,! s- ... 79
anes, H in .-- L ,I ., ,{. .. lh 1 n..o n:. .) G-
gia, 21, wilh ship timber.
Ar. t N7 ,i. ...-i. "i ; p Martha, Sketchley, Liverl,
29.(Messrs .t-rr i;r and Fltceher passengers) ; s.
WVoashington, Stow. (of this port) Matsnzas, 14 ; Hi,,
Hallett.,'t laristahle) Plymouth, N C S. Cleared,t
Itadisus. Delano, for Bremen; brigs Nymph Geer, H.-;
Margaret. Portsmouth.
SBris iMechanic, Knight, and Hind, Prince, for Hals,
have el. at Portland.
Sailed from Portsounitih, I5th, brig Martha, Thiomn,
N Orleatna. 16lh. brig Ris. States. I.-r.;.. 1 1Indies.
Ar at Newttbryport, 9thlt, Faumne fi' 19 Sil,
Srig St. Clair, Hooper. St. Petersburg; selh. Caleb, Ca,
W. Tndics.
Sch Leader, Smith. from Baltimote, has ar at Nantut.
Brigj Gleaoer, iLeslie, from Coast of Patagonia, am2.
days rom Perna uco. ar. at N. BetdfForld on S undays .
141th inst. ii the Gulph Srream, hitd three seamen .was d
overboard, and lost; also two boats.
Ar. at Salem, 21st, brig Alonza, Smith, Maranhais.,
Seh Win. ar. at Beverly, left,St. Pierres about Feb

-(Xil UTIOA,.

WHEREAS a person calling himself CORN.
.LIUS M ARQUIS, pretending to be a Practtitor.
of Physic, came to Halifikx, in Nova Scotia, soni
time in the fall of 1818. Stated that he was direct
ly from the West Indies-that he intended t(set.
in Halifax for the purpose of exercising his f l
tions as a Surgeon ntnd Physician-and also thai I
was possessed of hlrge snmi of Money whieh wea
iov.-sted in the hinlds of Agents in various Cor
mercial Cities in Great Britain--lby such stratager:
as these, he realized a drew bills to the amount of everal hundred p-und
some uf which bills were driwn on people that d
not exist, and all of them were returned un er t Pr
testsa-but previous to their arrival MAnOuls h;
tskeln thie precaution to retiss to a sequestered p>
of the P5rovince, where, however, he was pursue
and bduled in g'aon-bitt tis creditors fintitng sur
proceedings inefhieacious in recovet ing( their prnpe
ty, he togained his libessty, and it in believed h
made his wtay to the United Staten
We, the undersigned, therefore give this pub,
information, as a mean to p:'avent the innocent sl
unsuspecting, from becoming aopes to his nef.
ous deceptions.
Saidi Maii.ours is between 41 and 50 years of ag,
about 5 feet 6 incites high. di'k complexion, ad
supposed to be a native of HoLhnd or G, many.
ALEX \ DLtR PHIsIPS,
WILLIAM PATTBRSON,
JOHN BHAU-ON,
JOHN F. A.lSTICKL1ER.
lIaljax, ("N.Su.J Alarchl3th,1820.


3BOSTON MrLL CORPORATE ;
OTICE is hereby iv'uo, thiat the annual t.I e
S- ing of the istolo M'ili iioorln.ition, wili o
held at the f"ree oflthe Clerk, No. 90, Court-istr.,
Boston, on Tuesday, the 4th of April next, at I,
o'clock at noonn-at which time a tt pisce, i ffiter
Fir the yea e ensuing will be choIser, and se iclhothe
business transacted as shall legally come before the
meeting. By order of Ltl'.Diretors.t


Country Setat and Famiftfor ,-'ale.
A 'least ant nd healthy situation inm Medford,
not fur miles from toston. The Hos-oue and
Stable are both large, built of brick, m ,n! terly
new. The land is of the best kind -cunta;inis san
orchard of engrafted Fruit, a handsome Garden,
witi a great variety of young trees, anil will be sold
with either five, thirteen or twenty-five acres of
land. Apply to JAMBi -IHALL at the N. E. M.
Insurance Office. iseFSw. March 7.
Tro LET-Slore No. 3 1-2, Cen-
tral-street, 4 stories high, slated roof and
good cellar--rent 8'250. Apply to EBRENEZIER
FRAN(.IS, No. 20, State-street. Marcs C4.
TF-LET-r A-Tenement in North-
Russell-street, consisting of a Parlour, Kitchen
and two Chambers, with other convenieneea for a
small family, and now ocupield by 'ft. Dijaih Bow-
en. Possession mav be had on the 13th tonst. In-
quire at TiiAUHEt & WARNE[s Office, Court-
Sqluare. isst March 3.

HOUSE WANTED-Wanted a
small House or part of a House, at the south
part of the town, convenient for a small famitty,
without children. For information, inquire at the
Palladium-oflice. March 24
SITUATION WAJTEV'ED.
A YOUNG Matn, about 19 yearsof age, who has
S a knowledge of Book-keeping by single and
double entry, wishes a situation as a clerk. Good
Iecormmendtlions will be given. hliquire at the
Palladium-office. is3t ,\March 24.
JsoURSE CHILD W NJW TEID.
& Respectable married Womnsi, with a new
.\ breast of milk, wishes to tske a Chili to nurse.
Good recommendations will be given, fP rtiquired.
App'se at the Palladium office. March 24.

WTANTED-A JourrlltV.mlali Pa-
pec Stainer. Inquire at the P .l f'iurnCt'.
fice. -laia .


dsy from PlI.,tt, s .t -p.lir;r,r 6. w;lw,.,,n
red r. S h i-. r t ,-,.S,. II
Sth Gen-Gr...- 5-,,, ,:_ E,.i H4.h .1 I.Itrm ,rn
prrt. wns Coing in.
Brig Mary. of Baltimore, from RivetPlate, has ar. at
St. TrhoInas.
Brie Helen, fr this port. few days, at Rochelle. Feh
26-At Hl anma,5th inst. Washingti;n, this port. same
dy ; Actieve, if Prtisandi. do. Geleclwith Boston,
une ; schs Jane.Mi ler. 24 days, from dis'g.; Centaur,
Hortnn. nti'd. fixr N -.
Ship Adriana.Dre, .f C'v,.. .,.r i Havana 4th,.
Ship Sacsadahtcs. ti.. ,,.. it 3d, in a fleet
convoyed by thrt. Spanish men-of-rw
At St. Pierres.Teb 26th, Juno. of ton, use : Levant,
S.tm, not iisehaved FiveSisters, bleheadl.do. ; Four
Sisters, Salem. 1 aBrig Phoenix, Wye, of this port, for
Wil nmiton, sailed same day.- Se ion, of Sullivaii, 2
di. I St, ary's. At Fort Fal, the Neptune.for
r I l l l. tan. and Three Bi-ers for do. loading :
a small Newhurypor sch.
Sell. Eagle. Johnsa, of Newburrt,, hence, (Dee, 2S)
ar. at Maeriltes Feb,-At Trinit5about Feb 19, bries
boiners, for K enebuisand Good ent, for Portsmouth,
both in 10 days I
Ar. at Isle of May, 13..6, shipim. Roach, ,N. Bed-
ford, 48. (no oil) a"Id sat a8th forcifie Ocean.
Brig Rambler. Clsrc It, fr. Btol, (R. I.) 21 days.
sailed fr. Bonnista Dec. for sics. Brig Pallas. of
Boston (late Adams) for R Noa,, sailed 30th. Brig
Hazard, Blackmer, was to lil si o0.
Brig -. Taylor. (late Re.Lat. dead) of Bristol,
(R. I.) ws at Rio Noonus, Des.5, lng.-Brig Favorite,


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Boston, MarchT, le4.

S OTI E. -
rf rfiE Subscierhers ive connected themselves un-.
f -I..r the firm of
BA LI. 1' T E It, BAILEY & CLARK,
for the purpose of devoting their exclsive atten-
tion tn the transition of Commissionu Business, in
(he Island of St. Thomas, West-itdies, and refer to
Messrs. JA tE A.SNDREWS & Co.? o
FRAneCIS J. O;ivx5n, ston
P. REMSow, NAewu York ;
GRANTS & STOmN,)-
JOsex Wr.LCH. Philadelphia;
RoBsT'r ADAMS, 5
ANDRE HALr.. Baltimore,;
NICHo0AS & NEr, ,Savannah.
JOS. BALESTIER,
JNOQ. G. BAILEY,
BIENJ. C. CLARiK.
N. B. Particular inform .t:,.u -_..,.-r ,e
markets, &c. can always be Oill.C,,d .ej. [.i.;.-i iiia
to J. A & Co. tawis2m March 24.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts7
M tDLESEX, SS.
To E.LIAS PIINNBr Y. of Charles-
town,in the C.; ia i of .Middlesex, Adntnis-
trator, -with ;'se II,, annexed, of he Estate of
JAM.BEs HAIIRIsON, late of Charlestoatn, in the
said County, .1lerchant, deceased, testate, ani
to Heirs at Law;, Legatees and Creiitors of
said deceased, and to all others concerned in
said Estate, GREETING :-
II HEREAS the said Adsninistra-
tor has presented for allowance, to the Hon.
JA MES PRESCOTT, Esq. Judge of Probate of Wills,
and for granting Letters of Administration in and
fir tine said County of Middlesex, lI e further ac.
count of his Administration upon said Estate,
You are, therefore, hereby cited to appear be-
fore the said Judge, at a Court of Probate, to be
holden at Woburn, in ani for said County of Miid-
diesex, on the fourth Tuesdas i ,I i ,i' .. t, to show
cause, if any you have, either ti ... .... tthesanme
And you ,h...e ,,.iis, l dniiistrator accor-
dingly, are I,,. I .. 1 :.tl, i;ti l a 1 A sre this tita-
tion, by giving personal notice tlereofto all persons
concerned it said Estate living wihin'ten ineils
ftoimi the said Court, seven days, at ieasl, previous
thereto ; and notifying all others it terested tiherein,
by causing a true copty hereof to lbe inserteil three
weeks successively in the public niewasp5i er calhld
the JVeiw- ngliand Pualladium, printed in Huston,
by Yoa-o6 & .VIINS, ithe Inst publication to tic at
least fourteen days before (he said fuiuts Tuesday
of April next; iand to make dne return hereof with
your doings therein unto the said Court.
Witness the said JAMER:s PIRES.CiTT,,rT. P ,1 ,. ( f .
Probate ,for t, u.-i1 i .;. seal nff i, .. i-...i-
hrilge,the t.nsi) .re..,..- : s of March, in the year
of our Lord one rh.. .-rid ; i i, 1,it. i,,.i -. I twenty.
JAMES I'ltlCO !F r, J.,.., ,. / obate.
March Q.s.

the Su.bst.rI-.erI hat e tei-n i,'i ,, '
ministrators of the Goodls and Istate of
BARNARD 31 i.'L II t'T,
late of .floston, in the Coelnty of .sr .- kri4an,
('I .t. -.'., .i.,, l.a.te l ii is or i,._,,. i ,,- that
tri I,'. ;, ,,i, Ui,-,:,sr '.c ir. e ts,' ;A tli at) per-
sons having demands upon the Bst:t.- ..(I'. said
HAtRNARtD MEIRRITT, are requited tO. -'..' r tile,
sante ; and all persons indebted to the said state,
are called upon to make payment to
MARTHA MERRITT,? ,, I niitra
JOfIN CHADWi;tK, min ra s.
loston, .litrch 20, 1820. [V ..24.
FOR StALE,
vyWO second hand R..i ti nip C:hs.. in ,good
S o0rde,' Li' .., is-ee hundred btithls of
tif best ,t.. i' ePle se to call at Mr.
EDWARI IIEL ,s I.N'V,, N. 27, Ann-istreet.
March 24.
Pew in tratlle-.titt ,' t ..1i1, dhI.,t,;,.o
I TOR SALE, a good PEW in fr'attle-street
I '-t.eh..,_l!,s.-.o on lue lower floor, Wery .ca-
pacious, having h.- ,.i.-, ri. of'a w;doiiw set ex-
tra--is warm ': ., .-'... -.-I ntl in ersuirn r.n lfnol
sold by the first of April, it wil then be to let.
Apply at the Palladium-Offlue. i. 24.
FOR .SALE,
A COUNTRY Seat in Dorchester-3 miles frtmn
r the Old i-., F,'.-,,r .,-housein tloston--,on-
.taming II acre; '.1 ..,1 ,-, igh state ofcultivainon,
,od well stocked with choice fruit trees, a well Ks-
isheut House 44 by 40 feet. large and cennom oient
kitchen, with a pump with good and never l'filing
water--a wood-house, anmid large and convtenient
stable, with other out houses. Said 11 a ese
has aa gnod hnitdsome stone-wall on all .sidea--the
said house is owned and oecsp'-ie' hv ',r -- i-,cr..u
auid it is presumed too well ,i.c.. .,, ,- i.., .
adseroiption. It may be examined at any tsme by
calling at said house. For itmther particulars,piltaso
to call on MOSES INGI.,EE. 4sp.'4 ai.4-
I TO BE LET,
r11HIREE convenient and pleasant Brick Stores,
8 with Counting Rooms, situated non iosu r'a-
wharf. Also, a Store suitable for a dealer ill West
India Good3, a very lucrative situ'lion. Also,
three spacious Lofts, lately im-troved by Riggers
and Sailmakers. A Ship Joiner cat, he acconmo-
sdated with a Shop, who is nilc!iS anti d in this sit-
uation. Also, two large and corumodrious Iof s,
firty-four feet by seventy-four, fire proof, very suit-
able for ixtetssive Auction S;al's, or storage of any
kinild ofGoods. Also, a Bake-hoinse, and twoTene-
mrenws, with or without a Stable, and a House in
Broad-street.
Good Tenants will find moderate rents, on appli-
cation to the Wharfinger, No. 17, said wharf.
March 24. Im.

FOR SALE IN O'i?.

A N excellent F.. ,(:!. of 400 tt'tres,
which will be sold a great bargain, or t, xchn-'
ged for Real Estate in this towo or vicinity. li-
quire at the Palladium-office.
March 24. 4w.














FOR TRIESTE, (to ,sa0i-ailthUt dilyJ
A _ie ship /IEN1RY, Knox, mas-
.., hving most of her cirgo ready to
go on board, will sapt with Ali ponsi-tl- disp teh. For
freight apply to SAMUEL PARKMAN,jr & CO.
march 4. epistf.
For P OJN-I' ,I I ,rE, (rGuald)
The sclr. PARAGON, R. Srs-
'. sON, master, loading at Union-wharf,
will s:ail on Tuerday next., wn I nod weather per-
miting. A small qijsotl offreight can be taken
if offered imoMei ihly. Three passengers can be
Uiell :ccsmrnodAted, spply to the master on board,
a-to DAVID STANWOODNo F G2, Broad-street,
Who ha for Sale, .-
12 boxes brown Havana Sugar, entitled to de-
henture. M arch 24.
For ST. TO'110M.1'S, direct.
"!The schr.' ELIZABETH, THE-
niusf Ianny, master-one halfof her
freight engaged. For the remainder', sappily to J. &
J. HOWE, No. 15, Loog.wharf, or JAMES- AN.
iDRWS & CO. No. 43, Gentral.wharf. M. 24.
FOR St. JOILAP, (X I,..)
The.shlr. LUCIETIA, Cppt.
""" Kt aar, will salon Sunday next.- For
o .' 0" pn~ 1.-ldy at 27, Long-wharf, to
l1l'T. I '' TH X .1 itMarch 1.
First Vesselfor NEW.ORLE./1NS,
i'rThe re gular trading and fast sail-
4 En ing coppered packet brig GEORGE,
ReARclat KGI, master, will sail by the 2dt instant,
wind ard weather permitting. For freight or pas-
sage, having excellent secommod:- i.n.,p -.ply to
JQkIiN PRATT & SsN, No. 19, Ii-,, 'hstlo.
'hbose gentlemen who intend to chip by this ves-
sel, are assured that the greatest possible attention
will bd used in taking care of their goods; and they
are requested to send them on board without the
least delay.
Mtr. T oasA R. PArson goes out in the George,
to return in June, _.i liii I. ,e of consign-
menta, atd atten1t. Inh.. ;rl. -r.t '- business in
New-Orleans. Inquire of J. PUTNAM, Esq. No.6,
India-Whtarf,or to Erouzfl MUNRo E, Esq. No.7,
Central-street. March 21.
For ErEW-ORLEANdS,
.,.., hr sall'stotial and fast sailing
._ 1, I s.. iKX I-AN, Joai WALLs master,
5.-t ..,,.. ..- I. a I tg in a few days, and sail with-
cut deltry. For freight apply to JOHN PRATT &
SON,No. 19, India-wharfor to the master on boara
opposite. 2epis. Maarch 21.
For LEXAN'[DRA/1,
The. brig :IERO.LUT'ER HALL,
toaster, having the roost of her cargo ou
b.-,.J. ,ll sail in a few days. For freight or pas-.
age, apply to the master on board, at Philadelphia
Iakeet-whaerf, or to ED.& WM. REYNOLDS-
whI have fotr sale
First quality Cmtpeachy Logwood,
Fuslick And Copperas. March 24.
For .Ale vaudria, Georg etow-n and ralWqshipgtoT
FW1City,
SThe schr. I1-., It \ & NANCY,
.t T'itoats NotttitI s, master, now ready to
retei-- : ali it the Long-wharf, antd will meet
with I.-. ,. For frihlt ot 1 arIssage, apply to
the roaiater tinti boardor -'.. Il 'f V & LUDLOW,
SNor. 33S, Gentralwharf. 2spis. March 24.
Pato 3LEX4NDRJ1 on Tteoday Next,
.- The good schr. SALLY & POL-
S. .. LY, capt. "TAVERS, will sail for Alex-
tnId,. u- 1i next, witid and weather I,..rnr,0-
t. ... in ,0 1" or pnssoge apply at j. .:.n
in I i "l c THAXTER. .'- -.,
FOR NZWYORK.
T- 'he sloop TEN SISTERS,
ElwAD AlHALLE, rmaster, will positively
sail to-morrows,weathler permitting,has three fourths
cf her cip...anr h,',...l For remaindtler offreightor
S n. ,p-h .tIo msaste--on board, head oflCen-
Is 1sil, or to CALVIN SPEAR, D. Spear's
whsrf. Mat-ch 24.
FIresh Howard-street FLOUJR.
I OSEPH FIELD U CO No.-17, Long-wharf,
have frts ale, now landing from brig Federal
feorge and sch eniwiek, from Baltimore,
680 hbis. best Howatrdi-street super Flour,
23 dt d d 4ofise rio.
63, rodo. do. doriddflings do. .
156 hslf bls.do. superfin.e do. particularly se-.
lected,of the first quality.
'For .21 d tl FZ ORE,
S The regular trading brig FEDE-
RAL GEORGE, will saili a fewdays.
For ti-ight or passage, sliply as above, march 24.
.AXew H-avtnta ,fXIasses, &lC, &c.
B.IXBY & VALENT'fNE, No. 5, Fish-street,
_Hven for sale,
Now landing atI their whavrf-The cargo of the sch.
M rgaret,from iHavana, consisting of
130 hubds, Havana Molasses, new crop, suitable
for retailing. ALSO,
The carrsmnf schl. Boston;firom Surinan, sow land-.
itg below the watcht-house, Long-wharf,
177 halddstSurinam Molasses. ALso,
J.,. The brig ,JOHN & HANNAH,
"s 180) tons, well found in cables, ahelorst
and saIs-ewill be sold hlos, or exchanged for a
small vessel suitable for fishing.
AFL OAT,
S00 htbils Sicily Salt. In Store,
Casks treash Malaga Raisins. March 24.,
ISAAC M-LELLAN & CO.
.No. 40, Central-wharf
j14,AVE FOR SALE, landing from sloop Vota.
ry,-70 hbhds. good retailing Molasses.
-IN STORE-
30 hhds. St. Croix Rum.inew crop,
190 bags St. Domingo Coffee, entitled todeben4
totre.
FOR BATH,
r The brig MARY-JOAN, Capt.
:.- Purrington, will take heavy freight ftor
S,) low, if offered thisday. M. 24.
I'A U, 'Pe) F. kC O, C0 e.&
SSAAC WINSLOW & CO. No. 49, Long-whasrf
bave for sate, now Iunitg li-om ache. Oceano,
280 bbls. Wilmingtont Tr,
5 Inlrt6. No. 6 T nbacco,
-ljVSTORE-0
12 pipes lHolland Gin, entitled to debenture,
5 tons Russia Flax,
15 ibales Geot-gi~ Uph-ntd Cotton,
S hihad.sC.N. locco-3 io. otd Vir'ginia do.
20 casks prime Rice.
700 quittals Bank Fish,
50 kegs mrannfscturenl Tobseen,
150 bbis Rosin--WV. I. -tttt, estilled to de-
beriture-Gin Cases-Sogars-Mackerel,
&c. 6te.
Exchange oa Hollati. March t2s.
SUGARS.
& J. HOW1-, No 15, Long-wharf, have for
*s o sale, now landing from sch. Ann-t~t) bbls,
first quality Sugar. March d4..
RICE.
~ EVENTY-TWO tieros prime Rice ; 1 half
trot-ceo rdo.--.landing frost sthr. Clin, and for
sale by i. & E. DAVENPORT, No. 14, Ceotral-
i hatS:r March 24.
FLOR
OW lsnditsg from ttsO George and Federal
V3 George-152 bbls. superfine Baltimore and
Richmond Flour--106 bbis fine Fhour-2000 do.
cross middlings. For sale by BAKER & HODG-
ES, No.S3, India-street. Sap. March 24.
ALUM AND FLOUR.
"rjTOW landing, and for sale, by R. D.TUCKER
2 & CO. No. SO, Indla-street,
c0 asks Alum and 70 bbls. superfine Flour.
Marcht C-,.
LINSEED OIL.
tY'iWO luedred and fifty gallons Linseed OIL,
j] just received and for sale by PICKMAN,
OGERS & CO. No. 24, India-wharf. M.24.


Spermaceti Oil and Candles.
J-OSIAH BRADLEE & CO. No. 29, India-st.
have landingfor sale, from sloops Geo. Wash-
ingtoan and Empress,
57 casks summer strained Sperm Oi,
12 casks Whale Oil,
L260 boxes Spermaceti Candles. March 94.


,TO0EN' WILSON- & CO-
S O W Nos C 7,Stae-street,
r- AVE jaft eeeisvedt2 f,- ces of very superi-
or Frenscth rbatk os bu, Ca''bHS
ALSO. per' res arriv:.as fto ,m Liverpool--new
and seasl ;. e, (orod, for Spring snd Sumin.er-a-
mono which Are one case of extra file Linern VV,
for Summer Trowsers, varoUs es.ourst. ALSO--A
few pieces of superior extra e:xa, curious single
black ond" blue Cassimeres ; a few dozen ;double nett
Cotton Suspernders, very good- added to their for-
rmer stock, make sa great a variety as can be found.
Gentlemen are invited to call and make a selec-
.tion, and mknke a great savinog-EoR cAsta
march'24.
Gditon Crapes, Black Silks.
GOING OFF RAPIIDLY.
JAMES BREWER,hssjust Osivned, ~ ease ele-
gantCANTON (RAPIES, 28.yAs to a piece.
at the low priee of 5 ,"., G aown Pattern, going off
rapidly. rteo, I e s- hibt-, SSiks, 77-/ wide, ex-
tremely nice, at the low price of 3s 9d per yard,
going with great rapidity. -,
g ont forget the Number, 85, Market-street.
March 24. if.
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jul. & CO.,
U' AVE for sale, received .par Triton, from the
manu facturers,
An invoic of GLASS WARE, consisting of Cut
Decanters, oumblets, Dishes, &e &c.. m. 24.
SWEDES IRON.
SEVENEY tots ssorted Swedies IRON, for sale
by RAY & GRAY, No. St, Central-wharf.
March 24.
l' ', "t t IA' ",E.
D ENNISON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS. For
many years this medicine has been resorted
to, on the approach of warm and during the Sum-
mer months, in all cases of debility, want of appe-
tite, costiveness, flatulence, depression, &e. cc-in
such instance, by the oper tion of tis remedy,
the stomach is invariably 1-nsf..1 1ii, h, :-in h 'l
digestion restore ,tnd na ,- .. in, .i,-sn p n.,
r Being peculiarly aihapted to cleanse the urinary
passages, they are singularly serviceable in dropsies
by giving a tone to the solids, enriching the blood,
and invigorating the whole system.
Persons leading sedentary, inactive lives, wooln]
act wisely by seenring a continuance of their health,
by rmeansa of this generous stomachic, as well as all
epicures and bonvivanits who wish forna deliciotsus andi
delicate preparative for the appetite, the best com-
panion at the fes ive board. Price 50 cents a box.
JARVIS' BILIOUS PILLS-Re. &e. U c.
For sale by JOHN P. WHITWELL, Agent for
the Boston Infirmary, in front of tIe Commercial
Coffee Housee.a march 24,
SUGARS, FUSTICK, COFFEE, &c.
(IXTY casks white ctlayed Sugars--30SO bags
S Coffee-SO tons Fostick--100 dry'd Ox Hides,
now landing from sch. Atnn, Capt, Rogers, from St.
'IThomas, and Jor sale by FRENCH & TUC(KER,
No. 37, Central-wharf. March 924.
MOLASSES AND SUGAR.
SANDING from schr. Marry Jane, firom Martin.
L leo, 130 ihids. new crop Molasies--48 bbls.
Museovado Sugi-a. For sale at 27, Long-wharf,
vby RICE & .T-HAXTER. March 944
.oli\ L'tf)-S I It !-I_.P FLOUR, &c.
T B. WALES & CO. at their whartf Sea-
T street, hiveo Ir sale, landing from schlr. tR-
liance,
200 bbls Howard-street snoerfine Flour, and 25
do. Ship Stuff. --I VSt ORE-
50 tierces Rice-20 lhds. R3d proof Rum, entit-
I.d io i1. bae',itat 150 bbls. Ta--300 do. Soft Tur.
n,.rn,i,.. -- 10 .1it. tRosio--400sides Leather, for Ship
Chandl.. i- -0 ... -.:.t ... &c. March 24.
FLOUR AND MIDDLINGS.
SOSItH BRADLEE & CO. No. 29, IndiR-street,
i have landing, for sale, from such's. Alfred and
Alliance,
225 bbls.iBaltimore Middlings,
100 do.superfi-e and fine back country Flour,
80 do. superior superfinue white wheat Flotr, for
family use. Marheb 4
Cognac, Brandy and- Champaign.
IrfHOMAS DENNIE & SON, No. SI, State.
I, street, have for sale, now landing from larig
Catharine, from Rochelle, entitled to debenture,
96 pipes Rochelle Cognac Brahdy (Rastiau's)
vs5 do. do. CIo. do. (Seignette's)
30 do. real do. do. (vtarteil's)
20 io. do. do. do. (Otard, Dupay
& Cox's )
6 cases containing 6 loz. each Sparkling Cham-
paign. epis~w March 921.
SA LMON, RUM, &e.
C OOLIDGE, DEBLOIS & CO. No. 36, India-.
k) street, have for sale,
125 tierces antd bbis, superior Salmon, No. 1, 2
and 3,
15 puncheons high proofJamaica Rum,
75 tierces Brown Stout,
10 half do. Catalonia Wine, all entitled to de-
benture,
30 tierces Hibbert's best double Brown Stout-
1000 Sesa Skins,
500:English Suga t Moulds,
3 cases Englis.r Fowling Pieces.
7 hhds. Red Ochue,
300 quintals Cod Fish,
5 hhds. Rabbit Skins.
Mareh 17. is3w
SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jun. & CO.
p AVE for sale, remaining of ship Henry's car.
( )go
900 drums Figs
30 do. Sultana Raisins. in fine order.
400 caks Raisinsts. march 24.
JI"EW GJ1R9)EXV SEEDS.
EORGE MURDO)CK, No. 14, Market-square',
blas for sale, a larrge assortment of Imported
and American Garden Seeds, of the last year
growth, consisting of a great variety of early and
late Penastlnd Beans-early and late Cabbage and
Cauliflosier-Sweet Manjoramn-Thyme, Sage and
Bali--white, silver skin and red Onion-Salmon
and Tunrnip Radish, early and Tennis-ball Lettuce-
Cucumber-Melon and Squash ofevery kind, and
every article necessary for a kitchen Garden,-A-ls
100 Ibs. Orange Carrt--50 lbs. Ruts Bags or
Swedish Turnolp.-Likeoise, a quantity of White
Clover Seed. 2mis. Feb. 29,
DOLLARS AND DOUBLOONS.
( NE-hundred and twenty Doubloons,
f 6000 Spanish Dollars.for sale at 2W, Long-
wharf byRICE & THAXTlER. March 24.
Tabby Veltels fand Buttons.
SAMUL H. BABCOCK & CO. hove now open,
one case.superior Tibby Vcl'vets, containing
black, blue, brown, drab. einnamtn and maroon.
ALSO,
Two trunks London Buttons, containing a great
variety, among which are superior Gilt Coat and
Vest, Plated and Gilt Ball, Matheman, ce. with an
extensive assortment of seasonable Goods--which
are offered for sale eo the most favourable terms,
wholesale or retail.
Dock-Sqnucre, corner of Enthanrge-street.
Feb.l. is6w
LINEN CAMBRICKS and GLOVES.
O NE case Lnen Cam tri ics,
please floe Silk Lace,
I case assorted and White Glazed Kid Gloves,
For sale atNo. 5, Cornhill Square, by LANE &
LAMSON. .is/al. Feb. 18.
TABLE COVERS.
RANCIS EVERETT, No. 25, Market-street,
has for Sale,
Anaesortment of GREEN WOOLEN
TABLE COVERS, sizes from 6-4 to 1 4, printed
borders. S wis Feb. 15.
PAPER .HANGINGS.
ILBY PAGE, No 93, Court-street, corner of
Franklin Avenue, has received per Horace,
from Havre. a fresh supply of Paper Hangings,
which are offered for sale at the lowest prices, for
cash or approved credit. f6so0s. Feb. 22.


T O IET--A Front Parlor, pleas-
antly situated in a central part of the town.--
A gentleman, who might wish to take his meals
out, would be preferred. Inquire at the Palladiom-
.ffice. Spis March 17.
T BE SOLD OR LET--Store
No. 66, Broad-street, at present occupied by
Joseph Head, Jun. Esq. For terms, inquire of M.
M. Hunt, at No. 36, Coruhbil. Swis. march 7.


GREAT BARGAINS at 85.

69'm17itation India .Auslihs,

.A complete assortment-
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o A5 ; 0just received-I case 4-4 and 84 Imitations
y srd, which are going off willy great apidity-1do.
ScotclsLowns--figured and plain Leon Muslins,frorn
2s to ,-1 ( Cton Camries, 6 4, at 5--A
,TIC ,, .
floe assortment of Linen Cambrics and Camcsbti
SMus .ins--C Aioes aid F ornit re Patches--Steaim-
lonn RCottonso sld Americani Sheetings--!Cssfl st
s 'Linen. a 20 sunad 25 cents per y.rd ,7, l.
tid e foc o Linings, bc-Linesioe a vety extety sive
assortment of iroadeloths arnlCasndsim etea--Sti-
nets 4sa6d to 7s6d pert yard--Pelisse Cloths, lco. &e.
--aonei, 100 tpeces blscktnhd coloured Bormbczets,
from Isfd to Ss per y rd, whis-h are going rapidly.
march 24
X0,.MTICE .

T HE Subseriber has sold the principal part of
his Stock of Eatrthen, China and Glass WVare,
to Mr. Wra. EAYns, to whom he nas leasedl his
stand, No. 20, Brood-sHreeN. As Mr. EArts in-
tends to continue the business upon the former
plan, I can confidently recommend him to (hose
who have hitherto favored ne with their custo.
Those indebted to me either by note or account,
which has been dlue more than one year, are re-
quested to mtoake immediate paymentt.
JOS. B1 ,HENS iAW.

JOS..B. HENSHAW,
Has taken part of Store No. 5, lilv, t tel, ad-
joining his former stand, wheri'e still tratsact
CO XlIrllSSIO.A BUSIiNiESS.
He has for sasle-145 hhdis. New Orless Molas.
sea-20 bales nto. Cotton-81 bbls. Poet Ashes-80
casks English Mustard, in bottles--95 crates and
hibds. Earthen and Glass Ware--t 0 boxesChWina,
assorted. March 24.

Crockery, Glass, and China Ware.
rT'HE subscriber having purchsaed the Stock rf
Mr. Jos. BiHenshaw, would inform his friends
sad the late customers of Mr. Henshaw,. thst he
has on h .3 a, 'ry extensive assortment ofCROCK.
ERY, GL s -1S and CHINA WARE, viz :-blue
printed, edged and cc Plates, Twifflers, Muffins,
Dishes, Bakers and Napwies; Tens, Tea Pots, Sug-
ars, Creams, Bowls, Mugs, JSugs, admbet re&c.-
with an extensivre assortment of Glass Warre, fine
and common China tess, Tea Sets, &ee.
ALso -187 packages, viz -Crates of tlue prin-
ted, edg'd antd ce Plates, sTwiffirers and Muffins-
crates do. do and ck l)shes, Bakers, Nappies, &A.--
Crates do. do. Ftney and ec Chambers, Bowls,
Mugs, Jutags, Teas Ta Pots, Sugars and Creams
casks of various kOds of Glass Ware, both com-
mon sandrich-all of which he offrs ast very low
prices for cast or apls vedcretlit. Country traders
are particularly invited to call and examine fur
themselves.
: Ware reptcked at se shortest notice, and
by ef tierienced packers.
doby e ncdfpaer,-WILLIAM EAYRS.
March 24. Nos. 20, B!road and 5, IndiP-street
IVANHOE,
hOR sale by T. SWAN, No. i15, Cornkhih--
j 'ttieer)2. March 24.
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"38. Market-strel--a newedition of h)r i ELKNaV's
exe-Ilent collection of PSALMS AND HYMINS-
wvth the additionaal Hymns, adapted tinChriistian De-
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tpe,in andt r oell bund price 75 enrts--s7,50 pe"r
doz ; and on fil-e psper, $I-b-10,00 iert doz.
The aekowledged merit of this eollecetion of StA-
CtEnd Pot'my, and its increasing circulation.with tho
Christian Community, preeltde the necessity ofsry
particular rectonedation ; andt the Publisher its
the satisfaction of offering this edition, printed wnith
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et Edftitio of tlie satte-pe5e 51-5-10 per doz .-
Ei(betr Edition t ny be hn in.ofite and Glegant
Bininngs, at vario us priicesh All or era promptly
attended to, and t favours oasknowlediged with gra i.
tude. 6w march 24.
m:y More than ever at the Purchaser's
Sown offer, at the
agoExehange Bookstor'e, 77, State-
8street--(UP STalts.)
S'eiONSE wEho are forming Libraroies, largee or
h small)k deem it in objcet to select their Srnks
( particularly the rare) from the most extenaive
variety (more than 16,000 Vols )a-Alst, Gentlemen
in thew country, who wish to form chesp Libraries,
(say the amount of 50 dollars at other stores for
25 here) aind those snho wnt c/reop.Books, (few or
mansy) to u~se or amuse at sea, or tot- Classical1 Stu-
dies. and to iay funor ay or atll, by tenrdlering Books,
odd vois.hkc. old or useless, will flerdthat sao other
tore in New-England offers accommodations like
the abirove. The few imperfect Bosoksa in thbe Store,
being Qistinguiahed by a mark, will be sold only as
such
0A Wanted (for tbe Store) a good Boy of about
.13, who can have unusual advarntages from'Books.
Mahone 17. (0(esi0 )
SPEEDY DRAWING!
"N Monday next, the first drawn Blank in the
-- Grand Union Canal Lottery will be entitled
to Fcrv 0 0-lustilis su L Us azs !
The first dr swn Blank o Weduesday will be en-
thitd to 0sex "T'notsAoe Dotr.one
Tb' fiuist draswn Blank trn Friday wihl be entitled
to Fsvso1- ucanisa DoLLzARS.
A fe-w Tinkoers sod Parts remain for sale at BEN-.
DEWS Lucky Office, No 1r Exchattge-street.
Wholes 5,0-0-Quarter-s 1.50
TJlhe following Prizes yet remain its the Wheel,

I of 10,0900 I 59pf 200
I of" 5,000 j 9 of 100
1 of 2,000 I 19 of 601 :
S of 1,000 66 of 20
4of 500 91 of 10
4of 300 I 2217 of 6
Mas reh '24.

SAMUEL PARKMAN, jun. & CO.
NB AVE fir Sale, landing from brig Catharine,
from Rochehhe,
25 pipes 4th proof Brandy, Rostean's brand,
Whtiolh wiU be entered for exptortation, and will be
sold lowe from 'the whsrt March 2t.

FAR.LTV' JPSWICtH.
F4OR SALE,-A valuable and pleasantly situs-
fl1 ted FARM, in the town of Ipswich, contain-
ing 130 asres of tillage, mowing, pasture,peat-mead.-
ow and salt matsh; lying on the main road from Ip-
swich to Gloucester, about half a mile from the
post road from Boston to Newburyport, and Is
mile ftom the Conrt House, in paswich. The
Land is excellent in quality, under good cultivation,
and is one of the best Farms in the vicititc. The
Buildings on the premises are, a large wo-atory
iDweln gouose, lately or t in ene el ent ele .ar aitd
is well calculatedl for :s genteel family ;a very corn-


odious Barn, 100 feet long, and o her uhildings
necessary for such a situation.--There is also a
Isrge Brick.yard, possessing conveniences for that
business not excelled by any in the vicinity. An
opportunity for purchasirsg such an Estate, and one
combiinig so many advantages, is seldom offered,
For further particulars, or terms, which will be lib.
erial, apply to the subscriber. JOHN HEARD,.
Ipswich, Feb. 7. 18.0. isim.


Mr. WORRAL, Scene Painter's

BENEFIT.
S Cinderella, first time for si x years.i

Hero tf the North, or the Deliverer of his Coun-
trymj, with nem Snow Scenery,
by Mr:: VORALL.

On Monday Evening, March 27,
-WILL BE r RFORMVED-
Dimoed's celebrated Play, called
THE HERO OF THE NORTHH:
Or-THE DELIVERER OF HIS COUNTRY.

End of the Play, will be exhibited (third time)
A Grand Historical and Emblematical
TRANSPARENCY,
In the back of which is a whole length
FIG UREP OF WASHINGTON.
In front; upon a Pediment,
The Genius of Columbia, and the Figure of an
ITdian-
These Figures support a Drapery, on which is written
Our Country mourns a Father
Between two Fluted D.,rlic Columnsare Tablets, on which
is delineated the monst important events in the Milita-
ry and Civil Life of the
ILLU`r'j i OUS WASHINGTON.

To WW.CH WXL" BE ADDED--
A Grand Pantomimne Spectacle, called
CLIVDIERELL. I.:
OR--THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER.
With New and Splendid Seenery, Machinery, &c

CI-il~'lI \N OBSERVER,
For October and Nowiember, 1819,
P PUBLISHED by THOMAS 13, WAIT, No.g,
Franklin Avenue,
The CHIiIsTIAN OBSERVR, [from the
Lond~n Edition.] for Octoher sand November, 1819.
COjVTENV'TS-- October.
Religious Commnunications.--The Duty and
Advantees of Religious Intereourse-Family Sermons.-
No CXXX. On Ephes. A S .r. .1, ', S W. on Sudden
Death-On Community ot ......l.... the early Chris-
tians.s-St Chrysostom on Weekly Charitable Collections.
-Ambiguity in thle Authorized Versions ofi Tim. i. 8,.9;
and Gal. v. 23.-Propriety of dividing the Church Ser-
vice.
S.:: '-:...: -Rematrk on Scottish Sce-
nery and Manners in 1819-On Teaching the Deaf and
Dumb.
Rewie of .Xn'ew Publlcations.-Crabbe'sTales
of the Hall.-Mrs. Hannah More's M.5ral Sketches.
Literary and Philosophical fItelligence.--
Great Britain-New Works--St. David's Chuirch Union
Society Prizes-Dr Radeliffe's Coffin.--Portable Gas
I..h- ..'. 1 r Strsnppression of Mendicity.-Ferance.-
i',- .t r .. -" AnnallesProtestates."-List of New
Publiesation.
Jieli'ious lntelligence.--Moravian Missions'
in South Africa--Church Missionary Society-Religious
Tracts in Chinese.;
View ofI Public fairs. --Transactions at
Manehester-Clamour excited against the Christian Obser-
ver-Conduct of the Morning Chronicle-Political Dangers
-Pa,-lioamtt stitmtnmoned-its Dities-Re striction of Libel.
ons Publications--Extension of Christian Education -A-
melioration of Poor Laws-Employment of the Laboring
Classes-Concluding Remarks,
Ecclesiastical 1'Prejerments.
A s ,ev'rs to Correspondentst.
CONVTENI TS--J november. '
Religious Communications.--Respectfitl De'
meanor towards constitnted Authorities a Christian Duty
Solo; ions qof lbfidel Objectioss to the Old Testament-0-
I,; i.. s on Sudden Death.-Family Sermons-
N-- \ XI '--n Luke ix. 9.-Gramnmatical Study of the
Liturgy reconmmendcd.-A Prayerfor thep resent Times.
.Piscellaneous.--lemt:arks on Scottish Scene-
ry and Mloners in 1819, (continued frntim page 646,)-Lord
Byron's Poetry.-The Pastor Oberlin Of Ban de aIs Roche.
Revier of .ew Pub!ications.-Horne's In-
troduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Ho-
ly Seriptnres-Sorions by Ministetrsbclnsging to the As-
0toiate Synod.
S Litersay aud Philosoaphicar Intellirence. -
Great Britain--New Works-Oxford Convocation-Sir
John Fl inclir oni Emplnoyment oif the Poor-The Mails,-
Menain ridge-Gevtany- List of New Publications.
--t a of Lottndo Atl-.
il-.i .t I -hi- ,-'-it' College at Serampore.-
Moravian lMissions.
Viewo of Public Affairs.---tForeign-United
States-Spairt-Gercnaainy-Fr-anee-Russia-West Itlies-.
Dotnesti-5celining Ot Partntatt-Rsgeet' Speech-De-
bate on the Addslrcns-Reotsarks
O3tiustr!y,.-.l rs. '1Aat. ha More.
.&sower to Coaresbondonts. March 24.,

RED BOOfK.
T1fHIS day received at the Franklint Circulating
j" Library, No. 69, Court-street, the first seveu
numbers of this popular production, written in Bat-
timore.- Likewise may be had at the Library,
lvanhoe--lunsterCotitage Boy- Gievanni-Shbo-
grro ar d ,,JI tbi uW' public tinns. A nr ow sta-
agtuejust purblislied, pr-ice t,12 cents, sod to cutto.
fliers gralis. 3is. March 10.

P1 ~OUG H-S.
OR savle at No 20, Merchlants'-Rotv, a ftew .of
S Howard's very superior PLOUGHS, being
of the description which received the. highest pre-
mnitmn of the M assaclhusetts Agricultural.Society a
few yeVies since. 8p. M, 24.


AUCTION SA LE..

BY BLAKE & CUNNINGHAM.

F.,IXO]Y .-R-TICLES.
On TUESDAY next, at 9 o'clock,
AT Orc.-A.e-A.o. 5, kilb3y-stleet,
A variety of Fancy Articles, Viz -
Lealther Chess floards--Lcto Boxes-'A, hist Coun.
ters-Ivory Shuttles and Tambour Needle Cases-
London Dolls-Carved Toys--vory Combs- Pock-
et 0t .-Battledores and Shnttlecoeak--MoroecoB&
other Dressing iCases -Fancy Papers--Naples and
other Soaps--toxes of Paints-Cologue Water, 1st -
quality--Antique Oil-Opera and Spy Glasses-
Ebonyy uk Stands-SiNer Tea Ladles--Pcnknivks,
&c. -.rnd at !2 o'clocsk-- 1".
Musical anstrumenls, viz :-Violins and Bows-
Flistes--Clariotnets-Horns--Bugies, c.-.a few lots
fashionable Songs-Wal Izes-Marches, ke.
ALSO--4 reams English Letter Paper, and a tew
doz. warranted Day & Martin's Blacking.
SCviRcE AJND V/I' U3BLE .BOOrS.
On THI-URSDAY next, at 10 o'clock5
-AS ABOVE-
An invoice of rare and valuable Classi-
cal and Theologieal Books, just received ftom Eu -
rope. A Catarogue will be published on Saturday.

BY WILLIAM COCHRAN-.

L2ECII ERE POIVT.? .
On TUESDAY, April 11th, at 12 o'clock,
.4* .IIERCH.ILVTS'.IIALL,
By sn Order of the Administratrix on the estate of
Andrew Craigie, Esq. deceased,
The following Property will be sold, be-
ing a port of the Personal Pr-oporty of said deceas-
ed, viz :--Onte hundred Shares in the Lechmeore
Point Canal Bridge and Prison Point Dam" Cor-
poraltons.
The repeal of the tax for vessels passing the
DPaw, and the measures now is contemplation by
the corporation, cannot fail to renler this property
valuable atnd productive. Persons disposed to pur.
chaso are refeneed to W1LLIAM PAYNE, Esq.
President of the Corporatioa or A "lOS BINNEY,
Esq. for information. --ALSO--
immediately after--being another property--251
shares ia Blodget's Carnt, at Amtoskeig Falls.

BY FRINK. STRATTON,.


To be sold by Order of Court,
On FRIDAY, the 14th day of April next, at o'clk.
On the PREMISES,
A Lot of LAND, situated in South-
Russell-street, measuring 40 feet on said street--70
feet deep, together with the Buildings thereon-
it being the property o ti)e late STeM EN Woons,
deceased. LUCY OODS1), dmicnnistratcr.
Bsrton, Mamrch ', 18i20,


A UCTION SLL ES.

S.LE OF CHIA-.3 SILKS .,T AUCTION
LA1 NEW-YOR"

r~Uc The'Sale of China Silks, Cargo of
the big Secaes, which wRs advertised f r Friday,
March 124,is Potlloted until Tuesday, the 28th,, irn
order to include the Silks imported in th e ship
Huntress,just arrived.
Thiisis the lastvessel expected in -ew-
York this. season, and the two panels, forming to-
gether sa complete assortmer.et of about 1000 UCases
of well selected Goods, will be sold on that danny.
J. &o I'. HONE Sz CO. ,'ltctioneers.
Nes.wYork,, MUarch 18, 1820.
BY FRANCIS WILBY.

TI-V PLATES.
THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock,
AT OrrtciE-NVo. 9, Killby-street,
120 boxes Tin Plates in Sells,
10 ito. (to. do. Dj,
6 do0. do. do. SD>-,,
4 do.. do.. do. SDC,
100 Ido. 6-8 best Crown Glass,
50 do. 7-9 tn. rdr.
20 do. 8-10 do. do.
20 do. 10-14 do. do.
20 rdo. 1115 I to. do.
10o. 9.11i do. do.
10 do. 10-15 do. do.
10 do. 11.16 do. do.
10 do. 12-16 do. do. --ALsf--

5 bales 3 thread English Seite Twine.

THIS DAY, at 12' o'clock.
At No. 38, CEJVT1R.1L- ..I SIi F,
35 boxes white Havana 1 ;GI I '- I
pipes CognacO B XNDY, pet- b UI- ,. --
BY JOHN A. BACON.

AhDIILJNSTIRITO B'S S. LE.
TO-MORROW,.at 12 o'clock,
It LOCK'XS-WH RF,
-Where she now lies-
The good brig ASTREA, 115
tons burthen, c:jries over 1000 barrels-
built at Ndwbury, is a strong vessel. well found,
Sntl can be sent to sea at a small expecee.
BY ELISHA PARKS.
,11O ES.
THIS DAY, at past 9 o'clock,
AT O 1 csrCEo. 19, Kilby-street,
A small Stock of SHOES, of the best
quality, among which are 100 pair Leather welted
Shoes-Morocco Walking Shoes--.Pomps, with and
without heels--Moeocen and Leather Bootees--
Kid Shoes with and without heels--Misses' Shoes
-Men's fiae and coarse Shots-Morooeo Village
Pumps--500 pair women's Leather Shoes-4 ca-
ses Hats.

THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
-AS ABoVE-
A variety of Domestick Goods, s -z
Satinels --Tickin gas-._ ifgh aDs-.Cassim eres-brown
Sheetings-few pieces Clthrks-Red and white Flan-
nels-100 pr. men's and women's Shoes.
ALSO-Taken by Execution-l large Brussels
Carpet--S elegant Coverlidos-and 200 reams of
Wrapping Paper.
BY WILLIAM GRIDLEY.

FURNITURE.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
ti No. 16, EXCIJ3AXGE-STRAET-,
A variety of geilteel House furniturere,
consisting of Carpets-Looking Glasses-Sofas-
Sideboards Bureaus-Titmepioces---Fire Sets--
Beds and Bedsteads--Portable Desks-Light and
Wash Stands--Card, )ioing kx Penbroke 'abks-
China, Crockery atnd -t '1are- Kitchen Farni-
tore, lc. A i I I o'CLoe.'
By Order of the Executor-The Personal Prop-
erty of a Gentleman deceussd c.'I., ig,.f .- suncks
Wearing Apparel--ptsrt ..t -,I- i..I. '-t apd
.. .--- .."-...,I Silver Watehea-Chbaia amd.
Oral I I '[a#re, ni .- mounted.
BY CIHABLES D. COOLIDGE.

D.D11LVIS7 RATO 'S S3LE.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
At Iloeise next to T'rinitp Church,
The Household Furniture, consisting of
Brussels, Kiddermitnster & Stair C4rpeting-Card,
Dining and Pembroke Tables--Sofa-Settees and
Chairs-Looking Glasses--Beds and Bedtling---
'-Jass, China ad Crockery Ware-Silver Piste-
Kitchen Furniture, &c.-a lot of Wood, &e.
Asiso-at o'clock--About 200 vols. BOOKS,
some very elegant editions..
BY i 1 i'\t .L L, BOND & CO.

DRY G0ODS0.
On TUESDAY next, at 9 & 3 o'clock,
AT OFFICE-ANo. 2, Kilby-stret,
The Stock of a Shopkeeper, containing
a vNlo ble assortment of STUFF, SILK, COT-
TON AND WOOLEN GOODS, to be sold for
cash, Boston money, without reserve.
LIK WIsE-on credit-3 bales Rhodes' assof-ted
Bomb;zetta, in balos of thirty pieces each, contain.
ing pla55, twilled, figured,
Men's worsted Frocks, Shirts and Drawers, a
small quantity,
50 ps. white Milinetsi, of various numbers,
20 ps Broadetlolhs, some retI.West of England,
25 ps Cassimeres, London blue, mixt atnd black
White Cambries--talicoes-Ftrnitures,
Vestings--Muslins-Silk wvist,
24 elegant Satin Robes--S ps. Levantines,
5 ps. Florences-1 case 8.4 Imitation Shawls,
2 cases-I4 and 9-4 Chintz Shawls,
I do s riggetd antd dotted Book and plain Leno
It uslins-I case white Linen Platillas.
I do.Garlhde Gingham Robes.
.A*.so -2 casesLondon Gloves, containing Wom-
en's add 'Men's FPawn, Drab, Venetian, Cobourg
Points, Monwray Doe, &c.

Trig Njaw-EtosLAND GLASS COMPANY
inform their Customers, that their Spring
Ssle Ior their
MANUFACTURED GLASS,-
-will take place--
On WEDNESDAY~ 5th April, at 10 o'clock,
At WViL'WELL, BoND & Co's. Office,
AO. '2, Kilby-street,
When the following Goods wsIl be sold without
reserve, oa liberal credits, ard eatalogues will be
ready three days previous to the sale, viz:--
20 packages jauned and plated four, five ond nix
hole agstors,
SS do. quart puhly ring Decanters, plain att moul-
ded, with bsit ant trest stal' stoppesa,
8 do. pint do. tomato ich,
8 do. quart do. common S. L. match, pressed star
stoprpers,
I do. lint do do. do. do. do.
16 do. pint tale taper and tavern Tumblers, moul-
ded snd plain,
58 do j rd 1.3 pint flint and tsle Tumblers, taper,
dht. and Fr'eish olasep phrain, figured aod prin-
ted,
7 io, gill pressed Tumblers,
3s do. quart taie taper Tutiblers, plain atd moul-
ded,
S do. T. T. B.$. W.F. and Gloater shape Wines,
5 de. Stopper Rounds, assorted,
2 do. Salt-mouth Rounds, assorted,
I do. corm Pimgents, do.
9 do. Spic. Jars, do.
2 do. Mortars antl Pestles, do.
9 do. ptrt atnd half pint green pocket Flasss,
I do. tale half pint B.S. Gloater shape Coblets
50 ro. arnd pint c[mon areb rrb itatberh s,
5 do. eourlde Castor Bottles assorrte, consistisg
ot Peppers. Cruets, Soy Cruets, and &t'stanrds,


t do. monulted Liquor Bottleo,
8 do. qt, pt. and pt. moulded Jugs,
I do. qt.aml pt. h-canters, cut diamond, & c.
6 do. fas endand oatagon nmoulded Sults,
1 do. Proor CGlasses'
2 do. 5 and 6 inch Dessert Plates, printed,
920 do. assorted Phials, from J te 8 oz.
40 do. arch rib 1-S pint lTaense:s,
41 do, moulded do dotI.


AUCT ONX SALES.

BY T. K, JONES & CO.

EXECUTIVE S.qMLEP
SiVfOLK, s Bos0Tro'. lARCH 'l, 1820.
Takeit by erxeution,ad soill be sold at Public Auetiodi
Ott FRIDAY text, (thisu day) at 9 o'clock,
.Jt Siore Vo. 9, leck.Squar-e,
The following Harid-Ware Goods, viz.
Conmn on and fine Stuek.Locks--Knobs and Closet
Loaks-Ink Powdlert- .-;2 ::,e;,s-- outds., Mouira
-Brass Notfolk and ..L,. t I h, sr1l. L'ternes--T-.
taoia Iron Tea and Table Spoons-Knives & Forks
Peknivess-Seivors---Rsa or---rt Chest,
Till aid PatdLocks-Plated Spoant-Steel andt prttg
Saniffers andi Trays-Carpenters' Ruli-es-lvory Box
do--Files of all kinds--Shears---Plane rous---
Wood Screws-Braiss Nails- CommodeH liandles--
KInobs tttd Rings--with a generad assortment of
Cabinet Ware-Carving Knives-Bluteh-r andShoe
Kaives--Butt andt other Hinge--Buttons- Pion-
Writing Paper---Spoke Shaves-Gtn Locks--
Weights-Sawvs- SiShot--BIllts--vwith a general
assortment of S f Goos--Coditions at sle
By order ofL. B kLDW1N, Dep'y. Sher.

On WEDNESDAY next, at 9 o'clock,
AT OUrics--Vb. -iz, A lby street,
4 bales super. & common Broadclotihs,
3 do. dlo. do. Cassimseres,
t4 d assor. Flannels--2 dset-a Ntr Bres,
I ease Silk Twist-2 do Choppa Romslas,
2 do1, Harlem Tapies-I (It. Garniture Ribbonse
1 -do. Satin Ribbons,
I dot black and coloured Levantines,
92 do. Buttons,
4 bales blue Nankins, partially damaged.
ALso-A small intoniceof Prenech Gonds, to lose
San acecot, 4c...i;- g ,.f I.evantines-T'hule Lance
-Silk I-llf Ii-,... lt Gloves-.Pttwoelices-Hint-
bolls, e. LisEwrsa .-at 1Z o'cleck--. eases btd'aa
cye .Sarsnets. Corwlitions sle.
It private sale a .,.. ..TEngfr-ombrig
a .2 i li .
55 pipes Canary 1'-a t-. I.. i quality.
24 quartercasks do. do.
50 tonis Barilla. -A. o--
5 pipes Old Canary Wine, of a superior quality,

SlhP SULIANV. ". 2UCTIO,,'.
On FRIDAY next, at 12 o'clock,
dt LLOYD'S-J WILRF,
Where she now lies, Wvill positively be sold to close
a .concern,
The ship SULTAN, burthen
274 tops, with aNl her appurtenances as
she date tram sea.
This ship is coppered antd copper fastened, was
built at Charlestown, by Mit. BAnKER, il 1815 in
thie most thorough manner, and of hle best mastcri-
als, antid was salted..I
Site may be examined and her Invebtory seen at
any timeprevious to the sale, on st-r I .. i-;-), .1 N'-
57i India-wharl. The term s ,tt: IS-: trila, ava.i
made known at the sale.
1A ltLilCitj'N. iDL.\I'_. V it CO.

SAiLE OF VJA.UAlLE BOOKS.
T7H1S DAY, at 9 & 3 o'clock,
at the Auctiot Roosm,Cornhill-Square,
Will be cow imit, I I. :au of an extend
sii and valuable collection of NEW BOOKS--
msking a complete asvit i-.en t it Lssv, Medicinee
Thenlogy, History; Novels, Miscellany, &z ,i- -,
them the ,li.-. .i,. ;:a ..r 8 vols L i... -
oheridan's Dot..-r-. I...),_ i' Dietionary, 2 vols.
-Bibles, 8vo, morocco-Life of lHenry, fine edit-
ion-Smollet's England, 4 vols--Sterne's Works;, 5
iols-Bible, 4to-Necvonome's Greek I H ai. .r --
Cowtper's Poems, 3 vol- Hos-lames iliat 2 s -, 1 .It
--Milton's Works, 9 vols---HUnter'a ,CO ; In.l-
raphy, 4 vols--Journal of the Artsw la, ecene5 a-
Smith's Thoycidides, ,vnls--American Reviews-
Darwin's Zonriomia, 2 v ls-Memoirs of De Retz,
3 vols--Sully's Memoirs, 5 cols- Calvin's Institutes5
3 vols--Bible, 4 vols-Scott's Family Bible. 8veo, 6
vola-Port Folio, vols--Hannah Mote's Works, 8
vols-Shskstpeare's Plays, 6 vols. gilt--Lee's MC'
moirs, 2 vois gilt--Walker's Dietionary, 8vo--Campo
bell's 4 Gospels---Greek Lexicon--McKenzie'is
Voyages, 2 von--Ovid'i, ", .., i ph.- 2 ,,.is-
iBan'r f on Colours,a 2 ".f-- h .. (- ,,.r i.. ,,-
-Juoius'U L ar .-C.,., ta t.seC,,,rj1, -ti.um-''
plates.
LA'V--Cihi .', l.., I L'sW, 3 vols--MeNal-
ly'a Eiv.,n. ,C, '2 v o J----'s Reports, 3 vos--
lossoeiquet &fs Fle's Reports, 5 vols--Raymnond's
Reports -Sellon's Practice, 2 vols-Vessy, Jutn's.
Reports, 5 vols-Sotnhard's do--Tsunton's do. 5
vols--Jacob's Law Dictionary, 6 volumes-Chitty's
Plesiding, 3 vola--Bay's lReports, 42 vols--Hening
& Mramfort's Repor-s, 4 vols--Anthion's Black-
stone--H .-lackasine's Reports, 2 vols-Dallas' do
4 vols-Durnfo-rd & East'sdo. 8 vnis-Aztlni's Mar-.
itime Law, 2 vols--Anstruther's Reports. 2 vols.-
Cratneck's do. 9 vols-Hall's Low Journni, 5 cola--
East's Reports, 16 vols Sheppard's Touchstonie, 2
vols-Rope on Wills--Gilbert's Fqtity,
_-At 12 O'cloclc--

SOne copy of IVANHOE, 2 Cols
A ,so-Btckganmmon Boards and Quills.
M US(ICi'K-Likewise at 12 o'clsck-ldopy of
HAYI)N'S CREATION-1i copy of HANDEL'S
MESSIAH-2 vols. Ol] Colony Collectiou, coin-
plete. lT-The above works comaprise all the Mu-
sick in the present taue of tLhd Handel & H1aydn Soci
ety, io this place and are seldom found at auction.
-BRITSISH PI-ECE GOODS.
TO.MORROW, at 9 o'clock,
AT OFFtCE--h/M. 3, Kilby street,
A general assortnlent of Cotton, Silk &,
Woolen Goods,suitoble for theseason, viz :-Cloths
-Casaiineres--4-4 and 6-4 Cotton Camnbrics-Lin-
en do.--i-inens---Platillas--Firnitures-British
Shirting--Calicoes-Hnsiery---Blombatetts--Lev-
antcines--Florences--Sinchawsv---Strsnets--Laee
Veils-Ribbons-Pins-Needles --Russia Sheetig
-Russia and Ravens Duck.- Dispers-Dowlas-
Flannels-Gilt Coat Butto -~-Silk do-1 case En-
glish Nuns' Thread.
w)OMESTICK GOODR.-A valuable Stock of
Amrerican manufactured Cotton & Woolen Goods
-cases Satinets--Giinghamas-Stripes-CheckS--
Blesahed and tinbleasehed.Shirting and Sheetiegs-
Bedticking--3 cases Thl ead--10 tles Warp.
SKINS-AT 12 o'CLOCK---St GOAT SKINS,
for Cash, Boston money.

C.BINET FURMITURJ, &c.
On TUESDAY next, at 9 & 0 o'clock
At the .2a ction Rooms, Cornhill Square,
-without reerve-
A large assortmertt of new and fashion-
able Household Frurniture, coesistlng of elegant
Centre 'Fable,. marde in Paris--Grecian Sidehoards
-Do. Card cTables--Common do..-Pembroke do.
-Wash Standa-DI)iniog Tables--Fancy Chairs-
Conmmon do.--Light Stands- Butesus, of -ariouw
kiihs--Chinmney and Pier Glasses--Toilet Glasses
--Carpeting--tirussels Hearth Bugs-IHair Clothl-
Couch- Common Sofas--Entry Lamps--lNight Caba
inets-tKnilfe Trays- Book Racks-Piortable Wri-
ting Desko-an assortment of Pluted. Silver and
JapDanned Vare-vsriety rf Gloss Ware-Tea ana
Dittirg Wa~re--Nlthhganry Bedsteads--Bedt-lIvory-
handhfer and common Kntives ta Forks--Inlia "Rogn
-Astial Shrde Last.-l men TFable Cloths anti
Napkins--Woolen do.--Brass Fire Sets--Wassa
Stands--Framed Engiravings- Work Boxes--Mu-
sic Stands--Piano Fortes--Window Curtains-Cas-
Itan', with rich Cot Glass Dcttlea--Lirltor Stsnds,le G
(t The rooms are constantly open.

RE3L ESTATE FOl SALE.
To be sold at Public Veudue, by order of the Junife of Pro-
bate within and ort the County of buffolk,
On MONDAY, the first day of Ml'ay next,,
at 10 o'cock, A. M.
.t tre Public Heave of Joua GCexasOn, Esq. in
"homastoh, in the County of Lineon, .J/aine,
So much of thie Reeal Estate of JO-
SEPH ).3 BASS, Inte uf Boston, 'Mercbsnt, decess-
ed, as shall be stiflicientt to ri-se the sum of eight
hundred and forty-five dollars, for the p.,yinrnt of
hisiust debts, with inoidehtal ch a ges. Saud ERstte
is situated in Thonmnslon. ofssresaid, and is bounded


s.nd described as flows, viz :-Easteriv on land of
Shepherd Robtins, stuther ly on lnd of said Rob.
bins and Wmn. Stickpole, westerly tn St. Georige's
River, and easi early n a Salt Marsh- containinga-
bout sixty-three eres.
(Cctditions made known at thetime andplaeff safe,)
ELIJAH MVOiSE .ddmirirrator.
.Btton, March 13th, I829. Swa. (1M24)














--.. .- For2yVTWEJRT,
.... t' The fast saiing brig GOLDEN
'... S' t. ...:- sGiOVEt.htving,aem-iy al tiecargoen-
_. ,t ,,,:iu 'ii nseal week. For friei-t, apply so
POi'E, Jr. Ship !Stoker, State-tret.
.loe 'rAKrurIaNI. co t)uRArNT. tMarch 17.
TP.4AhiDP O1 O '/'E ILA D.i7- For ILIdIE .DE G!IACE,
.-'as t v n T h,"- fist sailing sch. ZEPH YYR ,
,,ts- et .t' i-s chan-e the lt vltnlve mma- hs hae having two thirdts of er eairgo ready to
A a ''t hareo,in aredit- r di trad i. go ii ird be depatched ino six days. For
All ex-ti tipp'i.i to sisi. etlr sd-- ti'ms 't fri'eght, apply to LE.M UEL POPE. Jr.
ill, ,1 'e 0 a.r u uI us, ns itde ; St t'-tr'et'. :OsI 'rch17.
but ills- nictasiOnt loitering ap sad s ts,",' FO" 'liR TRIES3T7'E,
Whvee' se ,tuin. -nmel.t-,!;,,r An .. The ship LH E NRY, KNox, mas-
A r..'l ei", mArk -s- ;-,., .- I.:_ -', ter, having m sif to t ef ..r -, f
o itli li i eard, wAi ill sai with all .., t i... f .f
n,, *ifni rlIi ." '. I.... itihere, fn-jght ptply to 5 A MIU E!, FL P V: R -'A" CO.
I'losa tnt' iig fgs thie coming sli)s declare,' march I 1

itsiro, wat purp se.. rr.. .. ,. Schl. POCHAIHONTAS, (Cp,.
SWhyene o r r Isw.. s ... .' l. lowiall n, hsing great part of her ear-
Same of them go trinm Irat h I e' ; .' I will bh diasptehted soont-said Vessel.
Anid soml t ieue they dinn' know wlierecto go; is elegt .scommodath.-. F... f,..t, t or Pas-
Ti, ,.. ,...... ... i' -,ty tile sage., ,pply to W M B. ''. F i '.. L 50, in-
i.. .,, i.r.' .. .,,,0 l.,, tfindasaW e; dis .hush i .1 .i, "
"I I, ,"L ', I1 %'lhey h.'e iL m et,
Olwit new name iap apte is te upset. for ne'-Orlec .: .
,,t haltp tic, he,,hoor the f aecer l ,Sli-e, rig -i.' I Y-ANN, c Ir." Shl,:
in times hlite thesee. an qnt the toils of trade; ',ilc I .1, :hif--ry lowa to IIt. .as
Iin ttalit etie a s ilence .tn...ryo.t.1or
The eounfle~qilia whieh on .. r ". r, 1 .0 ,'to,, !,f ht lp t i P..
Andil toht wsat illst, what eai'4 iS very ilc ind S I. I oh u I.,, ,,, ., ..,i .,r. 7
it titi-a sltit mes ssitiIliae tuncss'dt mind ;
-c 1 .1tile dasmp of tlade; 10 N 1. -
S.I r.. .. ...." p,,, t (trot air tra e .a. The Hull of a Schooner of about
.. I ... ~ yto I 100 tons. high deik, now on the stocks at
it l ,,,, u..., lutted store ,. .,., Shore, built in the best manner, and will
All theresAd evils, anod a thousand er, carry 850 bbls.-neic be iannohed at three days no-
Alt in onewordt, which tw all rPuks endtuice, tie'. For teirit or fo-urther particulars, apply to
I- .lthat ne curse, the curse t ti irg p ri 'i'l iOM XS T I T' .. lroker,State-sto-ret,
'The helpless Mtiek. no longer now ivmpIlo'd, or if BINNLY Ls. L LOt'y), No, 83,Longwwharf.
I/.1 ;.i- ,- ...... hlast i tId t a urietroy'td; atch 21.
-' 1... .... i. h i r rs ie fo..... Ii e
It tlte times lId Viainly e it i ide,
A snitn tiue pan'loon iAre di-t gtif ro tit-lit, O I :500 uh s e T s
Wili-qitfenet wilshinvu,aerging to i sits ste's LE -5500 isushels cleis TurksIland
Wtherewi nree, ui- eye can drtwt the lue between, 'AFi 1. --n bosrd hbrig. Factor, opposite No,
Teidohubtftit lue o liines and iunnkeen. -I L h,I ,t. 1in lots to suit purchasers.
In fnltmer stme-s-witat happy times they were I -
wut. i i'y thit' wz lsgi5g emoth aud fair. w'eisoo, For Sale, Freig.t or Charieur,
W'tlens lheblest trerm o caflvoile iri high, r he id. G burt 165
'AilitlI t whositughtrecevv;vvdalull supplv;10.TIs ; h- "i s d..]N but'tio 165
I ,r ... h... e siuvs iple.' ty uh as these, '. -. ,.its, a sanq ch, flast sailing vesels three
r .iio busnsi,,a iwih trneheasl ; cu ,.,, ,- i-),,'i particulars, inquire af JOSHUA BL-
e r iiy a Ind prtvi4td, no dlay.L, No. 54,Long-wharf rh l
3O troabletltr' t it lW"ay:nis- l-haarth 1.
11 W ill, Si,'. bat hntitn't'k ivuui attn stN iii s-l, l,. .
I have resolved t tao) eitti0 vety well ',. .
"' l'h, uutind of tpaynuset, Sir. is ,tt l r l, 3 7, "M. 2n, 1I, L VX it :1F,
ltyutiii"'I rygLU.rit AS fo' st, i... .F, -
rFrom hnd to ht lwt-ut wie bonti t nd5 ,lidwe drewt, I,..] ,,. ,
Then' sold ho& '5,t -'ri,,t i,'l!t iund SIi aliew. 15 tnosF .1;1 '..,- r .1 ir,, assorted fi-om 9
... .... h-. ,'. time' cmot itiiht, 16 to i4 usdt l,
I, .. .. ,. .,, .. ic 633 bunlles nglish l.ut :..,l,'.
llr ).ta.,t .it nt 0 0i c,,i e ;Rods"
P utI GaitldIhel, t t nI i e(:; l ,IIp uSe su letIl ,I 4 i. 't 1 i rt, ri ., assorted sizes, I to 20
"1. .. o.'....'ui iu s iiibaeck; gallons,
"t, .I.,,.., t ....-... ., ,t' 3 do. Card Wir'e. Nos qo,30and 31.
I -.. -1. ,. I
Thse werethe txlnies, and times like these once more 35 ipuncheons W. 1. Rumn, 3d proof,
S'lm e., t It te tet a nemrea c ( bl. Ioib-wardl-sttet si lrie Flour,
Plma ...... '. It s ..... pvie, 50 i(o, White Whest tdo. fot family use,
tWhle 'I a ises fiothi i' on her mudty ti.e ; Iitlhs. Musaovtdo Soga-,
Ai-e,. i ,rct, from tim ie Wt-Arrsuvey 100 bbh. No. l Beef,
.... .., pole he fl y : -d displ y ; o.
i 'oll"nTdts,al ... 'eve. 50 kI i i ii kegs Maint"actured Tobacco,
And Trinidad use morIe he al alive." 4, al us damaged Ciotton,
-- "7 ] ~~~I doiJ0 I "o. 6 '1 Sil r l,"
'Fort George sig nal post. l ...

S'tier, A:* a, anls e,eze. J:e. 12, C'etstral.nu/hatj,
OrASt for sale--50 bbils. Cler Perk,-
The 'r..! cih'cutmstances are related re- 'tt do. Bone midlings do,
spi'ctins.r ,i, I,.,. ver-s of the lif of' Gfi. .,. 50 do, ineas Beef,
Ill.:-Tnl, ingut'ol ma w4 oni16' tierces Rice,
III.:--That ungustt olt msan was linp deprived e der
ofs' 1 tatutd 'oie a rang id i-1: beard. tIe 70 711 quiittils c .1 I '. lo
ofsightad w e a long 1 beard. He 600 hoxes first antd second sort Herrings.
wand 'ered o. t. ,,.11. 1,,,. s. .... s ...- reu ch 17.
am idst the ,I'll .'o -. oi '.-. ) ,, 1,
represented to him all the beings that were PIM &."T .r
dear to' hith. lie spoke to them, and replied .,VENTY-SEV1EN bt;gs Piniento,now
to what lie thought hIe heai-rd said. He also f- elir America,
frequently remained for hours together in a A Sto'e--igis Isleu ,olsses n' it. '
state of complete depression, Isis head resting '--', tF. WIG i I.-
on both arms. tHe would tben suddenly re- .. .. .. "....
cover, aid believe himself among celestial I'l! i f- 1, : I'..
spirits; hlie would rush forward, and 'o, it V I NNINSeven tierespr.... I22:'l I r,1. C.g:
have alien within sech firree as to catsserietus I: ... 'ter Jalilee, !. .... '.l- It
conseqttiees, had not the precautious b,,er ;E. DAVUNP-ii{T, No, C ,- f
1-t1e Of '1,--..,-, the walls of his ':.' .' )IhEiSW', '
menet ith cushions. Formerly lihe used to n, ... .. il:d five hundred pounds BEBS.
collect his servants, and make them sit down -u .rtt receive d asodr saleby THOM-
in the roomni; then, fancying himselfin his Par. AS B WALES f& I'f ( t their wharf, Sea-satreet.
ligament, he used to speak during a long time ALSO-210 htiids. i protf W. 1. Runi, and 1I0
with vehemence, and at last fall jito a hidof"t h'du "..- "r" n tt.i to debenture---45 Wales Ciot-
delirium. When the :. .,: took l i meals ,2 '-.. i' ,. -00 bbihs. Tar-2o00t d. Soft
whichli were served to him twice a to., hs it.o Tuipentine-o00 do. Rosin-Coals-Plaster-Sou.
thernia l); pine Timber --Floutr, &r. &ce.
suinpd himselfasurroulndeds at table by his fiac- en ch t 17
i : as int the deprivation of re son he --- ...
had ptescrvedt lhe a it-ote ofti eris l yo hfor Itusic, "l i l' i et il L S
Ile made him-se1f to 0be led 'o his puia'so iur .e, b- IX1 lb. firsthqu'"lite'retaihiog MOLASSES,
or ldi red a vioin too be b tug t toi ada.. : .,r Sale by THiOS. Sc EI)W
or TL0'5, Indiii-sta'ect. I Mat-cit17,
exttited from tmoeuioyN, pieces of rmusio witi
a ptrecisioi., which, considering the state of COD FISH..
his uuind, wa surprisitig. ,'I t VER, BORLAN D S&ABB.OT. No. 21,Cei-
Tihye King was one dlay passing in his car. t- t,0at-srf, uhare fur tohte, 1000 qulath lstreights
r i .... ..,. hit place bmiet one of the Royal CCOD FISH of good quality, which will be sold
P,.'-'., r. te rabbl ere gethersd to- s low. Ma-ch "17.
gether to interrSupt the worsiip of the Dissen.-e 1 '-1 [ II 'l It ., 1 h' i. l).
term's ; his Sijestv slopped ,t ktow the cause -'TO. '2 tlia-streut, have for sale, now landing
of the hbubbuib, :. nd being asvswered it was o(nly ftom seth Amei'ic--14 hhds. Windward Is-
some ffajir between the tow1Nn's people andthie land Rumt, entitled in sdebenture.
Miel todists, hie 'replied,,,loud 1enouv to b( -A/lso, Is Store--
head by miniy.t T. e rethodistsar e a quit 40 bihhds. W. L. Rum, entitled to debenttre--40
g0oo kiud of noe Ip' atnd will dI st itb obodi pi pes Sl'iedam (Gin, Loopuit's brand. .X 17.
goo kn o ndwild ur no louti
and if I can le.rn that any persons in my cnm :.. f: r
plioy ldisturb them, they sal tl be immediately ~.IXTEEN pipes per the litims, fiw sale at 619,
dieotsissed," 'The King's most griltious speech ) Bitroad-street, by E. GOPELAID, Jun.
was speedily recapititelated i,.,,.,. the whole march 17.
town; and persecution has not dared to lift its -,3 ANI PE. 1ik. 1..ASHEIS.
hand theresintce that pceriod.--Cobbin's French e*aASH 1will be paid fior a few tons of Pot utul1
Preacher, 8,vo. p.129.. Pearl Ashes, by BENJ. C. WARD Y CO.,
The Queen's Crown, which is now in the re. No 36, Broat'-street. March 17.
galia office in the Tower, and whichlwas made '. .' 4 ,' ,.
for James the Secotnd's consort, cost 111,900/. '
Its weight is 19 ounces only, exclusively of the ANI ,,, I : n -15 pipe Nantes
velvet. Very little, if ani,', of xif .-.11 .. be and ...n.. brig, E z.
seen, it is sso ,-. i,.. i. ; ..1 .. ,I, j. I -- 35 aoxes whiteHavanta Sugar,
Our readers AI ,l ,..t.. ,,. when they find, 14 hundles. -orgia tanned Sole Leather.
that although its diameter at tlthe rim is only For sale byv HENRY HALL, 38, Gentral-wharf.
five Inches, and its entire height t,- the top of Marchi 17. 3t.
the cross, is only seven inches, it contains 605 COTTON.
diamonds, anti early 180 pearls. -HIRTY ailes prime Ablbama Cotton. now
ltinirg frin ir-" I h6t Hannah, f'om hilake-
F!E N IG 1 "' WATCH hy, tfrn sale 112' I'y t.i. tI FIELD ha? (bO. No. 17,
.. 'u WA'.'Ct -(.1[ PI Louug-iwharf. ac 7
tATz m DEN, is fr sale by M(iUN llE a 7
FRANCIS, No 4, ibornhiIl. tirch 17. ALAB. iMA COTTOiN.
OLMAN & LtROWN, No. 12, trimmer's T.
til Ispection Office, have f-ra stle, now la,.ding fi'om the brig Johnit
Sc i I sch. Finsnieer,
ADRAHAM BAZIN informs the Puble that h 'ii I.1 priste Alabama COTTON.
.ai the Office tor 11he iapsedtioo of Wsotglst iMarch 17
Na is s~ p'e )a.ire, at IC o. '2, Y'otht'I-Ri-i, alidis eeow ,
ready to receive Nailshfau inspection. .FLO T I.
Feb. 4. Sm. F.NE hundred bblis. Howard-street snpertone
~UILc q' .i ltatge -F 0 hutore o 2 nw hlading att fsi saie by E. ADl1),
igo 5al o" cl.a7,eJorb toe No. t~usng.os-Is if. S3pis. March It).
in Br'oud-'St,'ee,
A Genteel sod pieascnt hlua, ctuatedl in Don- 2. ", .' r, ,. t h'"H''. 17 1?t1 F:,i li ','.,
chester, on the uppie -tcad, uieot' the itev. 'P, sIl, i .. from buig Mexican, by
Doeaor Ricso" ,.. "-.. tand good I D. 2 i" I'._ .' O. No. 32, India-street,
Scho.o a. T l .... .. '- .,
cutofo. e--------- .--in oi goi.g 127 bbdh. prisa N. Oeleius Susgar-l110 hhd. eand
out of lowis, c,, '. vida~ Si- ge- h sailig sthe tierees .Motactes--228 hiles pritien New-t)eleans
h tus.e daily. I .. I., I ." dths. iiption and tests, Cotton. M. arh I7
aPtply at the Paiotihg Est .hushment if -r--17
SAM+UEL, PERKINS. ,'0; i,', s -,..-, ,t ,_ 81 ",tunlt tt
Boston, Alarch 10, 185.0. 1 '. NT-' I), about 2000 dolls's Exchange, at
!IBU-.5iO 31J 2. roBi f7 asbor't sigist, ott neither of the acocta elaiees.
F 'O Let, vai l i it 5ide v n th ti rst of A pril, Ap ply s t 27f,.io -w h r ito R ICE S T HA X T ERe
one.dth, setlarge an,! convenient D0weinbg unlreh 17.
Hioi5ses, sit, ate on i uk-st',tet, now in the uecupa ] tster PPiS, 3.tln, Grindstones,
tm on'2 Sarent, Esq. For ptare i n- TO sale bv WM. K. BARhN ARD). No. 11,
qutlue of A.s P'. CLlVRLt NDI. ipts'f. Fetb. 12.5 !riad-st ect,i
H11 U,'' EE T"it BE bLE ;'. 500[ tons PIsntet" Paris, of the very first quality--
I"' (1 BE LEC', .n a Lesie of one or more years, high proof (revatla Itum, entitled to uleben.
,.d i inyt'oll peoseessuon give' a eond venient tore,


btick J, n, i se, v(ry pleiasantly situated in Best bOle sihe(t flueGtrindstones, small sizes,
Olive-strvet, nm 1,1u,,t Vcrvn,. and lately nteupi- White Ws--West [tndia Goods, &C.
eed by '-INIE,7 STERs'rs. E Isq. Apply at the ttf- 300 boxes dt sort Herring, in good order.
flee xf WV ,i. P..AASO.N, Court-square, S Ebool. march 10. 3sF.
a ret. uf. jaln. 7. HE- MP, DUCK, BRISTLES.
SLet, 0111 endt of a UoIlse irn f'LE 'N St. Petersburg Hemp-Russia Duck of
.-- Second street, cumi ting of a PIrlour, Kiteh- U C '. r' ', "r0
en aid tw tChantwers' with i a xellent Well of P I I- 1...' do. do. ,
W.ster, RHin-t-water Cisterg, Wood Houose. e.c-- 2 casks i usiatn Bristles, fil't sort,
Reit low. hiquire of "ETIER ,10BA13RT, on the eavv Raiverins duck. For sale at No. 68,Long-
premises. Alarch 17., wharf, 4sp. Martc 3.


IRISH LINF :7 .
IGHT cases7-8 a nd 4i4 h'ish LineaS, ofrnark-
tley bleach, aud one case Dijsars, on board
ship Triton. forsohe tu" JtNA!'hI'oN LMORY, a
No. 8, IndIa-wharf- who has instore-Madeira.'
Sercizi Trieste, Chapagtie, and ulMaasals Wine
--Shumae-Fsilerte-- Walnuts--A rnonds-Orangei
--Lemcns-Lisbon Salt--Mainns in sorts--irish
Linena-Lmwns--Scotceh Muslins--Seine Twine--
Crockery Tare--Engthsh and French Muskets.
March 17-
TiM',EA D) LACES,
SFEWV pieces 'r-REAU LACES For sale
low, at 69, Broad-street, by E. COP'LAND,
Jun. march i7.
BLUE GURLitAHS, BA"TAS, &c.
9 .OR Sale by THOMAS WIGGLESWVORTH,
11 -At No. 16, India-wharf,
22 bales blue Gurrahs, part of thera of superior
squ~ity-
2 do fine' and blue Baftas, all entitled to de.-
be utu re t .8n 70, e
400 bhF. superfine Howard-street and Alexandria
Fl,.ur,
R tsia sad Ravens Duck, and clean Hemp.
March 17.
Elega rt Silk resting-60 Surtoutsi,
200 Coutts-400 Waistcoats-200
p1ai? Paontaloons.
I M1. I( tALL, has for sate, at the London
I Cslothes and lat W rehougue, No. 92, Brat-
tie-street, (second door from Court-street,) receiv-
ed by the late arrivals from London-8 pieces ele-
gant Silk N,. ir :;- .-,1 Kersacymere, buff, black
and blue -.....1--- .tiiinet, Valencia and plain
S ilk do 2 to .'.. I ,.,1 i it .1 .,.k ,1 t. .... ,
Silk i- 192,10 : I;-. ,, .,* L r..r 3.,.*.',--'-,s ,., .
elastic Silk Garters-10 ho. Purirses-50 black and
whit !i lHose iand i-si do.--20 do. Silk Scarfs
and Mvuides, uand e;cg.nt Shawls-200 pieces of
eleg ft L nhmlo resl \West sf ..: ,., I' s--I
do K[eraevmr's, f tiiriable t a I. .-L.d--.. c'
i eerrutHe s-iv'Slte, 67.-4o. 64-ito Napt. S2
-Boss tit'au1 I 75:-6li 'hu no.sun euulosred'Surtouts,
.. b l ki b l u e : 1 ,r 3 .r .
41-.0 Io.-200 pai, Mi -Lk, tI,,e..j
.... ,.t_ i I ...' 7 tO 310--51I Plaid and Camb-
let tleoaks, Yt5--(-ambleo atoat, Gat ats, 14--I00
lbs. Rich, MohairTwist--100 gross extra ieh gilt
Coat anti V d ',li P-,,.--P.,,I .1.---500lbs. Mar.
shall'a s patentI- i. I I-,,.-, Buttons for Pan-
lilu's -i i 4 I -- '.i..,e Plains--Scotch
pflvids--Cuubletis-Silk Fringe s!d T,_ .., forv
Iet Frit ge--500 pieces Toilinet, Valencia and
Kersevm '' VeAtsinus I ,- -,I ;.--.d an assort-
iut u of lute tG oi sa-,.,I -, F .. ,. ,' ;, asc an be
.1 in the U. States, wholesale and retail, cheap

Glo'hes made in the latest Lonndon fashion
and best manner, At ro. 3, Brattile street.
F`eb. 1, 2eA 4w

No. 81, .S T I' TF.- S, Ii.Fr ,
,fP r t'ihetir customners and the public that
.. t I 'e just receivedd by the twig IHot-ace,
i, ,'t, from Havre, one bale of super black
and blue FIee h Gloths, which they offer for sale
S .-,.. or vardat a small advance.,
c,/nd -Stupr West of Enghmnd Cloths
ittlSd-,ssimeres, together with American Clothsof
viuioss colours, tsatking a complete assortment for
thsie liue ofihruiness. eps3m. Feb. 22.
"'.., !i..K '. M'I'E., ('.ii.
.ArXo. 3, Eilbystreet,
'.; for sale,
Bales and caes of Domestic Gtoods,
--- co NSsa't's[nt a oc--
Stripes-- inuanvss- --4. and 3-4 Checks,
10...i, .;r ..... .1 .1 [ ...mi ,
P.I. -s t,. I -1 .I,,,I. 1 t, .! ni ,, .
", t I .: I, .t ,.re r
Sewing CottIo's,
Fine ant superfine hlue Cloths,,
Do. sIn Kerseyreresq,
DIo. (It Stltiutets. &ce. .
Which will be sold by the Paekage, for cash or,
approved short paper, on f',vbroble terms.
Jan 28 cuperp4t
-f '. ; ," ;1 -
AVE, just itreceved fvitil ui arers,
at their thnmeriian Gouds tarehnlseNo, S0,
State-sa est, .
1 -. I.c.1 and ubleaechled Sheetings,
do. Shirtinguha
I% -,.' .., -.r'i. I .--St,.il~ca,
,'t.t...I- -- .. ,.71 t '20,
Satinets--Broad m 'hit hs,
Cassimeres--hduttons',
Which they have for sAle on liberal terms, for'
cash or Credit.
.y 1 Cash advanced on Consignments.
Jan. 28. enatf.
atl 'l l I .,it f... F. 1 1 :1 ., F,..
,A'O, 4. (.osttra/.a't'eet.
QEVEN-F IGHT olta ,ineus--4-4 LI,.tiof
Kii' theabet slteaches---Doti ias-_Sh'e ,tinens,
white and hal[le ehed--fine hush hrown nu['l. s
-Sheetings--T'be Cioths suidl Napkins- Diapert
and Long Lawns. Sm. Jan. 921.
SAM iEL PAIRKMA N, Jhr. & Co.
S, AVE tfor soale, r ceived per Tre'tm, from the .
O olutfactutlrels,
An invoice ofGLiSS VV ARt, c-oncisting of Cut
Decanters, Tumblhers, lDishies, &c. m. 17
I[CF i I 'V I
%T No. 27, india-street,
t, AVE FOR SALE, 27, hiareet,
20 cAisks LtndtAn white e Led,
15 do. Linseed Oil -20 do. Ep. T.i.rlt.hii,
6 tons grmouid Whlite Ledt,
l0 casks Whitieg-50 do. Spanish Brosmi.
'20 do. French YelIsw-500 Ibs. Prussian Blues
500 lbs. cruome Yleiow.-' aks Rose Pink,
2 (to. [Dutc'h- l'P,k -500l bs. French Green;
50(0 g'lls Gpol VaiAsh-br ght and huiek do.
500 Its. Puty- 50 doz. assorted Poist Brushes,
60 groee ci:mcils hu i, P,'eil!s,
100 kgs blhcek Paint-10 dot ogr. Verdlgris,
2 tons Icottoi Stoue--- do. PutSece Stoune,
2 cases ". 1 T ...
50 caskks .', ., '.... 2 tons Logwood,
10t tots Fus!iC--2 tdo. Nicaragtua,
100 tbl}'.. .. .. .... -A.
I ...... .,- Plites and Screws,
10it0 Its Verdigris--20t1 dio. Ghitet
I case C...... ,i...... i .1 3aniphot',
20 earhnbo' I V ......'-- .. Sal Sods,
Sunei. (Carboenate of Soda,
500 bottles coldl p:'essod Gastor Oil,
1esses superior F'lake Manna,-
10 udo do. iO sorts.
T -i., :,*'t ..i extensive assu.itment of
PA!" '- t i ,.i I: I'V atd DYE STUFFS, cn
ens favtraile terms, for easti or approved credit.
Msrch 10. 4w
FURS.
QlXbhshhs. Rabbit SKINS, for sale hb COOL.0
k IlGE, DEBLOIS & CO. No. 36, Ihdia-street.
iasrsh 10.


00 bb1s. superfine and fine Lts UI.
0.VOW hIanding and in store. fromu Aiextnilia and
Ft' .A ;..!ll..,-- I for sale by TOW N-
END Di .r,1 ;I\ t i.. 19, Long-"hatf.
msrch 10.
Hides, Goat Skins and Leather.
SWETT & HAMM1OND,
No. 8, Central.-street, have for sahe,
2000 Denos iAyrs, Laguiras
and Porto Rico dry jR D
260 0 t-tizils Salted ,
12000( CalcuttaI -1
4000 Caleciutta Goat Skins, of pir'e quality,
1200 sides Upper Leqlthei,
301 do. Wax Cdf Skins. n m.



.- .
-- -'-


No. t2,B1tlr's t.-Row,
WINTER STi 5 iT -J i) OIL,of thi,
st quality, for family use,in tin cltnisters of 10gt l-.
i .,I t. i- rflc "- ii-,ns each. Feb. L.,
ton -- -19 b.
.. ". --._ ." L N D ,
Sale by SAIMUBL SANFORDI), No. 13,
h_ estrai-trae, tri', 17.,


S GOTING-but not Riapidlt :
ST GRIDLEY S BLAKE'S Furniture Ware-
Shouse, No. 28, Cornhill, the foilowiog exten-
ave assortment of Hu ehold Furniture andt Mahog-
any, at as great a discount from bitrme" iuprices ao
counttry produce has been selling at thile last six
moutls-viz. :-
1500 fancy and common 40 Light Stndis,
hairs, 12 "t hi i uet s,
75 Bireus. s, I (.) Tahles,
;1 Secretaries, 1.2 wArranted 'T'imne
10 Couches and Sofan, Pieces, Willard'as
120 p'ir Card Tables, best,
1l BedVisteads, 10 set hiass Anhdi:ons,
1 Soeah Bdsteads, 30-Dining Tibles,
1 Ward Robe, 5f) Cradles,
300 Looking Glssses, 125 common Tables,
15 Portdle Desks, 20 Wash Stands,
50 pru fancv BeIle is, 6 Easy Chairs.
ALSO-100,0l0 Ita St. Domingo and Bay
MalhogAny, in the log~j.ist plank, board and vi-
rieer, some very ei'gont,
N B. -Carpenters and Cabinet Makers will
find it much to their advantage to buy as above as
they ran be i secommodated with anty quantity, qoal-
ity or thiiekness of seasoned stock at thie shortest no.
tice. S\'. march 17.
,C-C1. 1 .ND fE .' -
P I RK BYRNE, No. 70, Market-street, sooth
S -... thlee doors from coauvt, opposite J.
BRawERs-- 85,
Keepsa. -,,lt ,.ilon hand, and foa sale--Ladies,
Gentlemr." ,1. -. Boys and Children'a BOOTS
and SHOES of every description, made by neat
and faithful woekmen, warranted first quality-I
Prtnello, all colours, equal, if not superior to aily
ever offered for sale in this market, all of which will
be sold very low.
Boots and Shoes s6ld at No. 70, Market-street,
not. proving satisfactory, c reasonable allowance
will be moade to thie purchaser.
Jan. 28. islf
FRIENCH &TirI'.
No.97,: C7, C '7'I'2L-IVIlWtF,
A VE FOR. SALE,
450 bis. Richmond and Phila. superfine Flour,
't100 do. d.s fine do.
40 hldls. tierces andd bbis Ivisscovado Sngar,
46 zeroons Spanish Float ludigo, entitled to de-
benturte,
h20h bags Green Coffee,
40 ihhds. American Gin,
A few boxes Ilyson, Young Hyson, and 'Hy-
ton Skin T'ets, -hniilton's. c'rgo,
Baton, Lard, Cleat, No. 12 sltd 3 Pork,
&ce. March 12.
SSALT AND FISH.
SIX hundred hhds. Salt, superior quality for the
k.-Fishery,.
800 quintals Cod Fish, for W. L. Market,
500 do. kenuch cured Hake Fish,
150 do, Pollock noud Dun Fish,
60 do. Sitp Fish-For sale oin good terme,et
Store No, 20, Lewis's-wharE March t14.
Ui's. NI ) C'_ j"i', T .'
jOW I .-.,. f, ,.... .i:I M4erenator, back of No.
I 4, 34 I I '.,.,i- .'2 bales i :,r Upland
COTTON, which will be sold low, it ,.k,., from
tihe wharf. GEORGE HA MMOND,
Mareh l14. -, Merchant's-.tow.
iAi' Cocoa; Sigar', &c.
V'] 011 landing at Liverpool-.wharf-900 Hides
1,im nSt. Jago de Cusa.
:-IV STORE-
74 bags Islhditi Cocoa,
30 M. real Spanishi igairs,
6 0 b b' i a r e ta i ,,.: I I, ., ,- "I
17 toxes Ct I. d,
50 zeroons St. Donmitgo leal Tobacco,
St. P ri;s o i, i i ..,,1,, 1: .1,-.7., $ -.
For sale ty '. LuE* a tl,_.-1.i., -. I,. ... .
wharf. :'tfMarch "14.

DUCK ANPD CRASH.
AOSIAH BIRADLEFE k CO. No. 29, India-
t,; street, have for salie,
530 pieces st and 2i quality Russia Duck,,
'60 do. heavy ant) light Ravens ino.
ito do. (ecLtr mark do.
194 do. fine C2sm. 2m March 10.
'.;-f T 10" i'. I I

PATENT COfDAGE, &e.
-. HE i.... ,- 1... ; ,, n tltshatextensive Pa-
.y tet I i ., trm ae ly oe i edt
by Joe-u .. "im their friends ass
the public, ..i ri.- can flourish at the shortest no-
tice.Cablea.t(;w'-A ge, Bloit-R-pe, White.Rope, &c.
either I'ute.t or Com tmon, of the very first quality,
ou asgood terms as they can be procured in Bos-
ton ov else vere.
Any orders left at their Store, No. 33. State-.
street, will tni-t with immediate attention, where
they have always oa I ....,t -4 .e... '- I. ...inr t of
nt-or age an Duck, .I .. ." ,,,P ., .... I ia.1
r.I'i hCNU' R 1 l AIc:X' AN & CO.
Mrch 17. enpistf.

.YiJ'd C~ff,A/*)3.
H I .. r-,,1', cand particularly Boot and Shoe
.11 are respectfully infhlrmed, that
h. i..,i Gun Stock Ti'ttrging machinee," or
Self direction .- ;s noaw 'e i .
ration (at the old l- ....... f.-- M ills, .. P 1 S. I' 1
atil PeAtrl Ash Inspection Office, near tberletownl
Bridge,) adopted pirticuletly to the TURNING of
BOOTS AND blHOE LASTS in all their varie-
t'ies, where they mray he had fiom thle Bos ton,New-
York or Philadelphia patterns, or in EXACTi imlita-
tion of any given pattern, ait short notice, and at ve.
ry reduced prices for cash. Any pattern with or-
detrs left with Mr. NA*'rt. FAxoN, No. 7, MIarket-
squaie and Ann-astreet;at the Subshcibers' Shop,
Swett's-whirf, or at lthe the Faetory, will meet
with immedli:ite attention; Mr. N. Faoui being
appointed to sell shoe lasts f-iom this establishment, -
will keep constantly o hband, a large assortment of
first rate Ltasts, at Factory pries.P l'urieasers
are requested to call and examine f'or themselves.
Wieuted immedistely, as sbovee, from 5 to i"t'
Cherry-tree, Apple-tree, white and roeek .i,,.
(Rough) Blocks, for lists, for which a fair price will
be given. Any person wishing to contract for the
whole or any part of the tiabove, nmay see the de-
scription anid parn the terms by esllinsg at thu Facto-
ry, or at the Suibscribers' Shop, SwettL's-wharf.
Feb. 25. 6w. SCQTT 1& CLkRK,Agents.
The Balsamic nervous Cordifal,
P REPARED fi-om he Real Ar.binua Baihn of
S Gilead, sojustly celebrated for the cute-of
nervous and consumptive complaints; and as a ro.s-
torativef"r ul.ebilitated constitutions, fi' sate bv
Tteo. Swsa-, No. 15, Cornhill; John Boeri'., No
13, C(onrt-street; l-Ae.e. k WE1-rLD, No, 1, Union-at-'
hlatBE'a' vEaTNELrY, iPrinse-street; SAsr., PI'ars
nurY, 56, Hanover.atreet, if. Oet.5.


"'; ', '., ..t _

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V HIS prepuaratioenwhich has mademuch noise in this
World, hais at leug'th find ts way ento tis enuntrve
ici ulltoit a neopur Se\ta are not less foad of novelty in
medicine thaniin itherip.-es u h,- leceept was glven on
the credit r lathire celebrated Physieiat who first aseertain-
ed its virtues, which have since been confirmtnd by repeat-
ed exI erimen tsl it n jeIf d, where its credit uts establilsh-
edx n a fimunduition never to be retmoed. It is an article
proved ehy thie mcdie, I school s of France, sni ts ti h -e o
lege of Physteia-is in Lnondon In the course o the extort-
sive public and iprivaite practice ofit ediesh gentlemen, not
a single hca- itt1 cccurnrdw sitethurce uhasanot been
Speedy and s erdm5i-icunt : in the spttaec tffie veti matno liiss
thar'u teu thous itnd persons art: reporwd to have been curedl
by thee pills in thi e city of Paris alone, without the least
painful or dlangeri, u uylrupitoms whatever ; it appears,
therefst aof n ied ti e ever employed in this ldisese,,,
this pvepsiat I 'i lueritS tietgreatest teo.filtre ; tuhe action
of the Venereal Virtus is sonn impeded, and the disorder sat-
most immediately giesI wiay to thie medicine; it is also the
meost mild n safe. as twell- as certain remedy, and ought
to beh pt'veterie in evmi' ease of i'shili,.
One Of the resatalhule properties aofthis never failing
i it.eitey thi mouth, Ott,- Ii.erare isfilte
I .. i. t"s us e s 'ti m -arabl epeef excit's
not ausce. and ha no mIlolo taste itatl a sutguar ptlumfi.
N. B.-At tie extra neldicinesnec.-,ry iin evry stage
t utus tien ae o trisi ny the p Il,, with tiaretilt er diree-
Tihe sbove i' p rep-,red iic mi the rigal reeyijt ant sold
by JOHN X .,Wi '5 51 1 the Boston I.,firma-
ry Nov. 2.


LIPBRI ITALIAMN.
PrRESH supply has been received At the
A- Boioketore No. 45, Cornhill-amongst which
are, Me a'taCio,Goildoni, Boetceio, lDante, Tosso,
Ptirarc;., Cesirotti, Alfierid, Ariosto, ti-rtuta,Pastor
-ido, Aprg:;te, Maggiore, Filli 0i Seiro, Notti R10-
itsiae, A1tl1 Lettere d'una Peruviian, Seeita di
Proe., ceevlta idel Ariasto, Telemaeo, etc.
Freieh, Spt nsh, Portuguese and other Foreign
Books mia o ssn be found at the above Store.
Odera for t (he imolrtation of Books in rAy oef the
abshove Lfuneoages will meet with prompt attention,
Mrch !17.

I,-' r7EJED HYMN P 3001UK.
"ANIES LOSING, And LINCOL.N t& ED.
j 1 MAN uS, Boston, havejitst published,
s, j.:- V ,: .with a .ai.pplemc.,!
If .i 1 H.,ins, of approved excellence,
Sih copius i .-,,i. ,,,,, ,,t.. ,'t a~nt scriptures.
i ,i'_ M i ,,i0 cI,%l \ M. late Pastor
..I !- ,:1 Baptist Ghurch in Boston.
Also, the same work, adapted to the use of Con-
grregationri itnd Presbyterian Worshipi, by JEDI-
I. %H '.:c uiE. D. D. Pastor of the First Con-m
t .... 11it "'n itsh, Charlestown.
i .. 1,, .t.h.r. wish to acquaint the puhlic,with
the miyan advantages which this Hymn Book pos-
sesses over .. vit.,, It-1 ever been published i is
country. I, -ow ,,,:i l. whole of the common edi-
tionsof Watts arranged, in which all Psalms atnd
Hymns on the same subject are placed together,
andl furnished with Indexes so copious as to prevent
Any delay ist, fl.I, it,. Psalm or Hymn wanted
This is of ii .-! :. it .: t to give the book.a'deci-
red pref.irence to the editions now in use; but when
it is considered. that it contains a Supplement ot
more than three hundred select Hymns, on subjects
now beenme common, such as, Opening f l ..
houses, Ordinations, Missionary Meeting., i.,,
and Conferene Meetings, Baptism, &cs. &e. the
want oif which has long been f, It, but for which no
Pslamis or Iflvymns can be found in the common edi-
tions ef W ais--that this .I. ... itai s80
Ily ms nif)Dr. Wa tis' o'' -r ...I. "1".'"'., most of
wbicsh were never before published in this country,
and that it miay be c. 1.,,,,, tl, the old
editions without ,, -- -, I, l ,. fl tter
themsenves that it cannot till to he ntrodeed into
ths Churches. Minteer,hr peetlly. 0iot exantine
it, will notbt be ,1 Fi ,. tobhe long without one. One
Minister hias stated, that hlie would give 51.0, o i"a
copy, ro their tian not .possess it.
It is respectfully suggested to Ministers,who
may e inclined to iltrodoc (the siork into their so.
cieties, to inform their'congrogat ion, h, tilhle ihl -1
.h.- ,,,ti. ." book, it oncetnt secusnit
S -. .t. tin tlisss is i.y te used
With the old E(ilions, stdI tbut beg'radunlly it)-
trodieed by those"who Wish to rnlleni'III, t tmselves
with new becks, (ts intiroduletion vill be greatly
facilitated, if the chlirsmi ,tn he furnished with the
book. T ; i i. I iv pleasing to )sigeris
as the -.,, .,, t,. ,. I ..i... ,I.- m any pali'.ii tlat me-
tres,not enti i in, m in the eiommon edilos ,f i i.,
whieh -. H-, h. I thelt to sintO a inumhber I '",
ite to nes oi ',, '"c' h- i wilich ir e n o w
excluded. 1I h ." ,. .. .. then be oeea-
sionilly s .i.-t ...... ... i i.. i-.I with no up-
propriatite Hymn ffom the Suppi-menti, aid each
person may procure the newo book when hlie feels
disposed or obtnici tihe o.o.p. i :parite-
ly at31l ets. per conv. Priec ; ,. copies
t,00 Every SIXTH Solly gratise
;,, ": Extract tis fom the Prpfitce to the
"rrat'ge'enmtf W ats.
"It may not be improper to observe here, titt
gre't care has Ieen thakeo to preserve tie P satln
aud flyimns of Dr. W:,tts sirta ; at the Isame
time, by aearcsf.' .'. ,.... of the best edition
both utoi op.ean -... .t... not a lewe of[ the v-
pogratulticd tertorsr atid other alteritioni, Wsiieh
have been accUnmulating for years, have been ci-
rected."
T ,- om the Preface to the Se/ection.
t -,.. .. at 1laat, it is though t tlis selec.-
tion will he crfe'able to any now in ciiculatioo.-
It contains the /i hole of the s,ered poetry iof)r'.
Waits, da spted to (he' purposes of devotion and
praise, not tound is thie commit editions.
An addition oflnerly eighty hymns fi'om he
pen of that sweet singer in Israel," to those al-
o,, ,. ,, nnot but be highly grateful to the
bi, -,-r,, p... I-.- In plint of sentiment and poetry,
they will be und Sworthly of the just elebrit tv of
their dlistingouished Author. Of tlie choraeler of the
other hyirns, it is left forthe public tojudge.
t (- re liis been Iaken to give as great a variety
as the limits of the work would admit. Mcny ex-
cellent hymns on particular subjects might have
been inserted, but they would have excluded other
on snhjeets equally important.
A primary object, ,' ,q,. h.: ..'- ,
W atts, has been toselet, It.- i.,_ .,....-.. ,
which he had omitted; and the comphiler flauers
himself that this ivork. containing- as it does more
than a thousand Psalms rland Hymns, ofatiproved
excellence, will finish t lie Chorehes- i, ..
a supply of sacred poetry, better sitited to ll Ilue-
jects and occasions, than ty hateretof.re ptbliashed ;
whil?, .i,%td.. .i.. ,iole lint one voljune, the
price I,,h 1 It ,,.- t,, ,,, ,i ; front tlua
use of two books, avoided.
"i It affords me rno small grstifisation, that bothI
the pina and the select hymns have received the tp.
probation of many whose judgmnet iand taste ti.
poublic hive long h 1.... 1c respect. Bi.t
the consideration II, i1,. 1... k b."3 le used in their
same .... i: .,,' s th u common editions of
W atts, ,1i -.-..Io n:, -..lit to the attention of hris-
tian. ."
The above Work has received the recommends.-
tions of the Rev. Des. Bsthivin anti Staughton, and
the Rev. Messrs. Sharp, Hiuntingtofn, Codman,. Da-
vis, SIntrrs, and oibers. Mlrch 17.

il. .5 ,i...-st,-tators on the. Estate of ED-
,' 'OTTON, offer for sAse, at No 47,
S .'.,,. ".- i ,, cornerof Franhlin-street,
A general assortment of B OOKS, in
the rat'ionli branches offiteralttre, and greit variety
of STATIO)NARY andi Fancy Articles. including,
Writing lPaper, )of every size and ', I',,, .
ntiilot'inS. 'i-cr1 Int, imperil, 1..., I, Demi, and
... r It i g Papetr,
Letter Paper, laid, wove, hot prest, git and plain,
fenm the best Etnglish ManuitL orie5
Quills of all prices ; ready miaide Pen a,
Walkdil-n's best' sack aAnd red Nk osowder,
Rled, black, snod spangled Sealiug Wax, superfine,
fine amti o tonmlm "
Red, coloured and black iWafers, various s;zes,
Ink Chests; wedgwopd a~nid pewter Ink-s"ands;
Ink and Sand Glasse, with plated and lacquteredI
t-ps,
: .'., '. asd others, best Pen, Pocket, and Deskt

9 and '2 inch Globes, in pains or separate,
: std 4 msnh G'nbes ii) shagr.enieaseses
1M thent, tieit lusit'uments in nasea--1 50 to $15, ,
Di vipers ; Bow P'us ; Protractors; Cir,'les Par-
allel iides.i
Reeves', Ne'man's, aiid Achkee.on's Water Col-
05505, itl '. i...,. & in aelpatate CSakes,
Carcine Saucers, C.-'miie m lowder.Gohl io shells.
C.amt ils Ib it-, fu a iid sable I'enetIs,
Earthc,'ItSlbs anii Pallets; Ivory Pallets,
Sopcrios' I[viiy Shriets fo's miiaturesa
;Sliddl ntt'ii'al rill's l'encuils,
Middleton's and ii her owrranted Lead Penails--
cnmmun black and red Pencils,
(anrd Board,sat lir'y Paper, every size and thick-
hess,
Huiriaissed aud mat Gnld Paper,
Silver, moss, embossed, Rtssia, eyprus and fancy
coliureth Paipet',
Ghlt borders; gold Medallions ; Cyphers and Or.
namnlets,
Embossed and gilt edge visiting Cards, and card
C'ses,
Larhies aad Gentlemen's Pocket Books; Thread Ca-
sea amid Putises,.
Best Shefield Scissors,
Back Gammon Tstles, woot!, kIather and japannedt
Chess men, of wood, bhne, and ivory, English and

Clitrke's, Reeves' and Ametr-ino Durable Ink,
Silver Perie!t Cases and "'oosi Picksi
Stipelf.'e ;voey dndstf Contbs,.
Crcth, h-it' shooe, niil, teetn )l com' Brushes,
Crehbre's h ,t am} aonmon PI ,, .: r .


dAndgener'ailly every article ... ine,
o/the best quath rand ,it the lowest prices.
c-lit',ila, c-,:irnies aal Couvntry Tstners
suppliedl on liber:a term;. eptf. Feb. s15.

PEilV F0OR SAL.UE.
SPEWV in thde West Side Aisle, No. 8, ofTrin.
S itys Ctu el, t be so I ... I '.rca Gal-
lerv Pew. nq uLae at the I 1 ....
Mrasi i7.


-j", S 7.1; TV .E .
MPRESS i wihb i It. for pnast Lfavonrr, -.
siLRs c a continued : She most r-
sp,,, ctfully n nforuii r !'.- her Sprihg
Sbehnrl fiv their adm ie i asters andl Misses, ,in
the enmpl!ishmnent iof t)eing, will conmmenre nr
Saturday afternoon, he istof April, at i2 o'clock',at
the room over Mr. JositaG CALLEeFt',s Store, No.
40, nivlbro'-street. Ma:. 17 I,.
J'N T I I ,"I!',
TIEE Su.t:ekhiolders of thie Ne "r I Munrine
a .T.... '... 1.-"'I are reqte ted o meet tit
the IF-1-v, is p s, t1 -tat,-str e, nOn
Mond-.y(-the 27, difty o fMrrch current. at ,i
o'elo.eIu the forenuoon to .'ke into consider lion
tih es edieiey of Ilstine on .i .. ;. T, .
,Ys mit iwised by a late Act of U. L.., .J IL,.-
this ilonimonwe Alit.
.hi f-encea nn pdmctualati t.endance is parotin
lar.ly eqieceted,
SOHequested IORN WATERS, Sec'ry.
-Boston, .letich 17, 1820.
NOTICE,
Si. Ieyt ..-)'rlders of the M annfteeurers and
o .,,,,o,,: Bank are not fled, that thlie Semi-
,., I I,,., ,.' will be paid on MONDAY, the
3d of April next. The transfer Hook-vill be closed
from ithe5-l inst. onilil the S I .
By order of the tPresidei .. ; ,"r
March !7. JAAiES i ( .-
'I-1 L -- ; -- ( 1'.-
S-IP President and Directors of the ./hme'ican
Sr" .- .. lereby give notice, that
the' .. ,..I ..II ..ipany, is Three Hit-
ded 1 :.. D...... .. 1iI that in addition to the
Usual itMARINE risks, they are now ready (fit their
Office, sdijhfing the State Bank) to receive propo.
sals, and ti ake insurance-on hbnildijgs a ltdproperty,
against I. 1-, l' ntl upon the .i .., I;lt I i. rms,
t ein amouitt not exceeding T..- i I .-i. rnl Dol-
lars, on any one risk.
P'er order, QG O. HUNT, Sec'ry.
MaeLh 17. 4t

DNIN S open' 1. ,.., tu'he first

number of pils be I, elbe
of ydunit g If dies, ini i. ... 1 ,% it various
vancws of En glish Edu cation, iogfl tcr wsith the
Latin and Greek it .... a- nndt At ronoVy, if re-
quiired. Gentleim. 1..:. s tnlile to him the edduea-
(ion of their daughters, may rnly on his tinmst .ex-
ertionato liptrmotte t Is.iir im provnileol hlist these
exertions williibe attendedtwiti si di ccisq, i.e is en-
cournpgid to hope, from a eiic itle'atiti eonf tlhe sut-
cees wh;esii' lie has eiretofot a xperet e xl. It will
ie his highest nitibition to UletIt ii, tria,;go which
ie solieits.
Rl rs of instruic ion from nine o'clock, A. M.
till halfli)..st ione; 1'. M
Ocee r onW 1, P l Kh F-o sto Lyeetie o.
IPolr etoc .1 Oit lr si. flosoit cetouts
t3a.saMT4 t ,cs A. (COUjLD, Esq. Lati o(,rnimr Sehoot
D doctor ASA :,iL- ,, og erte
}.-. ..; o W9 ntter. treet.
Maceh 3. tw
a ,,
dit a Probate Cowt, at Duhan, ai'eh 7, 11820.
4 lth- Poition ao .f I ..
i N St), '. i,.,.,r i if the Fstate of
TO1MAS4 "' .. ,.f Broolekline, in thie
(Courty of s'botbllr, Trader, deccsedd, intestnt,
.. .u'tnrzed asid enpowEvedl to naTeio
(I if aiti die easii'a Reat 0.'.tae as
vill ,monnt tI five thtusind dlola i, fr he p.y-
eite t i thie j'tat ioit.) iC aaid dicessed, tand an ald-
ditionl niiunt fort incidental airgias-
.I,. .-'I ,, tlisileratiou thereofbe:
O'i I i Olt, %tobe lio!dii 4t DIe-
S...-. -' i d after the first Tiles-
-, .,, -. ', ,, and there to be ieard andt
derided upon. Aud'lithe said Adminisator is lhere-
by directed to give notice thereof to all Inrions in-
tresteritn said deesnedia Estate, ly pt hbijxitg ait
,ttesied Copy of this Order, ai the .New.Enugla l
isladiumn, printed in Boston, three weeksstieet-
6ively, befotresauil time, that ui,,, I ,yt then aiild
thee appeared and they *hall be heard coneeirnig
the saie, if they see cause.
EDWARD H ROBBINS, J. Probate.
r .. I e~. {, ,~.7 :.,t 1 ; .

Sthe Stcil'r his been dly appoiutt d Ad.
ministrator of the iRtatte of
'. 1 O] M F}i J,,.l
late of lHc,'rverd, in the count' of' Worcester; rFs-;
qui'e, i.scesdil, and has tAvken opon hinmetf thtl
trus by giving bondtis as the l:,w diierts. And all
persons ..;, ...1 ,. *,,f .. .' ,.i said
dileceaseed. L ,I,, T i .. i i ., t o ;
and all persons indebted tO ,.1.. ...I I .1.at
called upon to make I.r., ,
Df)ANIEIL.P) I- .j. RO(lgERS,
7. 7'


til te Strbeber ihps beeri duly appointed Ad-
niui~tra;torsoi tie Estate nf
APIG A1.1 HUTCHINi
late of lostqnin theect...,s .* Widowde.
eased, and his taken Lt ... t-,..... trst by
g: itg lnend, as t the lir dire, ts. And t1 ,-.. ,
hvihig tdematndst pen thefiEstate ofite .- ,.. at[-
ur. Huoa'rcnIos, ax-re required to exhibit the sate ;
and all persons indebt(il to dithe said Estate, are
ctlledt npon to make' pnymenut to i
CHARLES TIHACIHER, .Adiniit'ratom.
Boston ,,lareh 16th, 182t. (aM i7.)
lT~i P, ~?is hereby gien~'c, t-a
isubse'bears have beist dty ipplinted Exec:u-
tors of thie list Will and Teitament of
,APli -, COLLiER .,
late of Boston,Bin the County of Bookhn-
der, deceased, asnd have taien upon tht-mselves that
irnst, by ,giving bonds, as the law direeits. Anit
all person having demands iupon lthe 'steoe of th ie
said JAMtEs CoL.etE, atre ,'.quired to exhibit the
sarme; and ali person is indebted tothe siid Estate ,
are called upon to mAke payment to
JOHN IOULSTON xE, teutere
NAiTHANht;, R-UDD, S
Boston, Mmrch 17, 1820.

the Subseriber has cevi dh ipdlyjppn 5 d-
mioistrator dtie bonis non, of tlhe Goodls aso t '.t tof
LEVI A y-M S,
late of Boston, in the 'County of I-er,
deceased, a ud ais taken nupon .... .i- trwut
by giving bonds ts the law direct. A-l sil itt-i e- sons
hI ving hdemndls uponSthe Ei' t e of thi. .,1 i.1;'I
Ac soS, are required to exhibit ihi samth i-oal d -
tersons indllebied ci ite sail! Estate, are r.ded apot t
to make-' payment to
D) \N1E' W. D.i d:niin,'ator'ate d o Asush noa,
aoe"o' .yll,,,ch s 11h, S _. [._ __,
"-.. ':"' *, 1., ,-,- -,- r ,.:t
F r1 .- .*
m'n the Subscriber has been duly appointed Ada
minhsirto~r on ithe l'.sttte of
ELIZABET'H'- ADAMS,
late of Boston,in tL .'...i. I 'Vidows .
deceat ed, and has r .-.,- ', [..,,,.. I tr sat,
by givingbhnois its I .... ',i .1, .',.. ii ',er'con
havi id'mandis upontle Eatate of the aid :?u.c-
zAsn'rIs ACtws,AliS are reqoirtd lo exhibit the sume ;
and all persons indebted tt lhe said Estate, ret
called upon to make payment to
DANIEL WELD, Sdministrator.
Boston, ,March 8th, 1820. [Y'.10.
'JU2I-2f NOTiCE,
BLACK leather Traveliug T'rosk was ship.
r. pd iu N ew-Yark, Ap" il9,t1, on boIard tlhe
sloop Expres, Mloses Bulkley, master, in the
name ofT. RICH, with orders to leave it at -b.
Cnshman's Store, No. 23, I.ong-wiha, wbre eit now
is. Thie ow necis i-eqsuestedl toi a)I frc saill 'C. tick
and pay the expencei thereon, as the me ;s nearly
expired that Goods, Trueks, &e. are uitsly kept,
before dsspniting ofthem to pay the ocha-gs.
March 1i7. 9,,wasw.
S'TORIS IA LY B!:OAT fSTREP;ET'.
O L E'f ..T, ,nd~ !:o':es.ino g,.' tO. April, Stare
s. ',t and T, brond. street, atW5seto Cu'.
tom-bouh e street, i.,,q e of DAVil) TiDI' ,
No. 45, Newbiu'y-t 'eet. n,at'ch 17-


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