New-England palladium & commercial advertiser
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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: November 6, 1821
Publication Date: 1815-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
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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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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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Obituary Article.

rnoM THE riLADr.itMs. Ga.iTTE.
Tb.t:hrl...ll tli life, at his seat in tho city of
nrlington, (New-.Tersey,) on the o 24t, day of
October, A. D. 1821, ELIAS BOUDINOT, Esq.
L. 1). in the eighty-second year of his age.
On the 26th of October, hii remains were com-
BmitCed to tlie toinb, followed by it large concourse
of family-connections, aid thi most retrC pictihle il-
habitaints of the City of Burlington. An ong the
mourning friends who Anttended on this occasion,
was a deputation fion t-ie Board of T., -,-:. --
l1;- American Bible Socie-y, conusisting .**I '***'- I
Clarkson, the Rev. Dr.Miniir, Messrs. S. Boydand
Carnw. Tie pall was borne iby Gen. Blood iniltl,
William thCoxe. and Jos ph M' Ivai e, Esqs. of
Ri,.-'i.. s anlt i Horace Binney, and Andrew
i; ..re qs. and Dr. Mhste, of 'Philadelphsia.-
i was conveyed to St. Mary's Churcht,
ti irte very i .f 0 h l '. discourse was delivered
by'd the Revs. D A.,..', and tile whole ceremony
was ciondusted with solemnity, order, and decor-
As death has now eset his seal on character pre-
einailet for taltens, for piety, and for extensive-
S. 'ni.. ; n1to public sentiment re-
t, I t i| n ...- ... ofsocli an eventshould
i.- i ...... 1 1 1... i- st short retrospcct of
thle life, and of tlie leading traits in the character
of the ilinstriouts deceased.
Dr. Budinot was lorn in Philttadelphtia, on the
hd of May, A.D. 1710. Ilhe wasos descended f rot
'one otlihse pious Refugecs, -who fled fr6mi France
to America to escape tlte horrors of ecclesiastical
persecution, and enjoy religious freedom in this fa-
ou red land. He had bthe advantage of a classical
education, and pursued the study of the law under
tfii direction of tie Holi. Richard Stockton, it
Member of the first Amercican Congress,whose eld-
est sister lie afterwards married.
JSShortly after his admission to the Bar of New

his profession. Early in tie revolutionary war
he was appointed by Congress to the important
trust of Commissary General of Prisoners. Int
the year 1777 lie was chosen a Meimber of then
National Congress, and in the year 1782 hei
was elected President of that August Body.-
In this capacity, hihad Ithe ho or anid happi-
uies of putting his signature to the Treaty of
Peace, which forever established his country's
On tie return of peace, he r wsumed theI
practice of the law, it was not long, howev-
er, before lie was called to a more important
station. On ithe adoption of the present Con-
stitution of the United States, the t..,irp, T
ofhis fellow-citizens allotted him a- itn t1 t i
House of Representatives of the United States.
itn this honorable place he was continued fort
signing thsuccessivs ofyeas.ice, Onand seekquitting seclus it to return fom
oncetmore! to te prserplexitiits of private life,, nd frome wabus-
appointed by thof at comsuicial me judgtr of chpolisar-
acter, tfied first Presidene in the ity oiedf SBurates, ton,

acted by thw-Jerse dereth of surrounded celebratectd i-
house. T i s trust lie executed with exemplary
ies hosity dalitylng the admup linistn theof Wasing
ton, of Adams, and. (in part) of Jefferson. Re-
signing this office, and seeking seclusion f-rom
the perplexities of publiclife, t and from tiet l us-
tunicatid ceremony of g and rcoiving hmmercial metrss polis,e pur-
est fixedhis residence in td e City of Burlich a cgton,har-
act erseill r ser eoundear by ais m ectmory to-
ate friends,and visited by sto hianges of distinctionry.
.- ., .i S 1 1It ',Im) it-its of f ti tl literatire
iiPrior to te evmostliberal wa electred a Meni-

cristian duties, and of the loveliest charities

municating and receiving happiness of tise pir-
est ktind-he sustained, and ias left such a cwhari-
liter, as will forever edear severe inodisry to-
his friends, Atthetimed do his deceased, he to wasis country.
ePrior Member of these Corpeolration,h was elected a ibem-
interests of thScience, e Board of Tustees of indfulew Jersofy
College. The semia onuf R meetings ofn is rme-
spectale body the realway us attended womitnaton of
iulaty, unless prevented by severe ittdisrposi-
tion, At istire n ofi his decease, he was he
Senior Member- of this Corporation. Tita li-iv-
eral donation lie made it during life, anid the
more ample one in his last will, must be long.h;X
remembs to ered ith gratitude by the friends of
Science. Bt whie anxious to promote the
interests of Scietnce, lie' was r not unmindful of
the superior claims oflReligiono h his reme i-
brallce, artd his bounty. Att iced by princi-
ee a id habit to the religious denomi te atio of
which n e was, so distinguished a Menmttber, lie
has been most liberal in ith's testameiiltry do-
eati'nsto tite General Assenmbly of the e Pres-t
byterian Church, an Io their Tleological i Sem-c
iary estaibli shed at Pritncetont. But as hise,
mind, unshackled py bigotry, or Sectarians pre-
judice, was expanded by tIhe noblest principles t
ofr Cristian hienevolence, lie ns, also very ib-
erallhiy etndowed various tstitutlions, w ioset ob-
ject is to diffuse more widely tihe light of re-
vealed Iruti-to tevantrelize tite heathen-to
intruct tre Der fand Drumb-to educ ate youth
forthe sareit -ii if .t- e eancrs kisnowledge,
land to ii i 1 1.., n' d umiseries o if tihrei
sick, tit siufferiig inepoor.
Io those of is fellow-citizeus, however, whoi
are peciliarly intoitested in the wide citrcula-
toit of Ie Sacred Scriptures, perhaps the chief
exrellIctce i( thit character of the Deceased, is l

Aiterican Bible Society-his munificent dona-
tiIon to this Institution at its firt organization-I-
liii silseoqent liberalnty to aid itn the erection
oia ie pository-the devise ofa large and vaeita-
ii!, 'ait, of iand-and thie deep and undiminish-
,,' im l st lhel hiai taken in all thie concerns of
.he sNtioral Society ever sine he was chiosetl
to be, its President ; while tlily spread his
ti ia, hiroi.'lin evory region of thie globe, will
ctun ecratse Iis memory in thoe hearts ofI his fel-
l',w-ctiZens in America, and his fellow-christ-
isus thron-ghio!t the world. Bul if his public
services a nd his Iprivate worth claim lltie tribute

hraea, ithe cio-Silg scene of Ihis lie is no less
calculated to console Iis friends under the hea-
vy loss they have sustained; than it is to edify
and support tile departing Christian. In the
fall possession of his mtenal faucuLieos, and in
the assured persuasion of his approaching dis-
solnition-- is laith was firm--Iois patience
muexhausted, and hIis hopes were bright .--
While whit paternal solicitude lie exhorted those
around himT tu rest on the Lord Jesus ClhirsEt as.
tle inly true ground of trust-while, -with so-
lennity and tenderness, tie commtended a du-
tiful and affectiounate daughter, (his only child,)
to the car- of his surviving friends, withi hum-
Itle resignation, lie expressed Isis readiness-
isis" desire to depart in peace to the bosom
of his- filler is Henvei ; and t Be last prayier
whe was heard to articulate, was, Lord Jesus
receive sny Spirit!

Cosmiunicaiotn.-Wte have to congratulate
the public upon a decided Theatrical aeriisi-
hIun. Mr. COwcrs.L, from the Thteat"e Royal
' Ir;'hylaie, tiade his !{,'st a-iepitrauce in Ameri-
ca on Tuesday night,in (trte ciharartlr iif L'E'clir-
anih Crul:, in hlie Fi'ou!diing of ise Forest, ard
tli. Turntpike Gats, and itet with the most de-
cided success. ie is the bost Burletta singer
w e harms evor h'td. iu New-York. A Y. Pa.

ISupreme Court,

The following is the address of the Chief Justice
to Michael Martin, uon pronouncing sentence of
Death upon him for Highway Robbery
You are now placed at the Bar to receive
the seuen'-c of the law for the crime of which you
have bhnn duly convicted. Your trial lias been fair
and deliberate, and every consideration which
mniglt faora bly affect tile isuLe has bleeo faithfully
and ably presented to thie Court and Jury, by the
Counsel who, at your request, s were appointed to
manage your defence. The evidence upon which
the verdict has been returned, was simple,clear and
conclusive, so that no doubt remains of your having
perpetrated thie offence which is charged against
you in the indictirthnnt.
That offence is of the most dangerous nature to
ithe ...rn-u. anidcnnot be committed but by
one 0. 1:1 t -- temper and desperate intentions,
illing to sacrifice liec int the pursuit of iplunier,and
bitterly regardless of the laws' of God and miran.-
The hoigdhwayman upon land, is, like the pirate up-
on thie ocean, an enemy of the human race ; swag-
ing war tpon thile innocent nd defenceless, seek-
inug through blood and slaughter, the fruits of atlher
men's labour -anl enterprise, nandti wresting by vio-
lence from the unwary traveller, at thni peril of lis
life, his means of subsistence and comfort.
No wonder then that ill mankind should hold
in abhorretnce he crime an idts perpetrators. No
wonder tliat the law of society should require the
life ol hin iWho preys upon the Iropenry ofits
members, and puts their lives in jeopardy. The
safety of the citizen in t e lawful pursuit of his oc-
cupatious, in Ihis journeys of business or pleasure,
in his interviews with neighbors and friends, ude-
man nds of the goverI mient,which is bound to protect
him in these lawful objects, that those who inifest
thie road and present to the peaceful traveller tihe
alternative of death oe robbery, should he consign-
ed to tie heaviest punishment which hlian laws
can inflict.
Death is the proper doom of him, who dooms
to deate all who resist his violence ; and to cut
off from society one who wages indiscriminate
war upon its members, is but a just retribution.
In your case more then common circumstan-
ces of boldness and desperation have been prov-
ed. Instead of waiting for the night, which
covers so many crimes, or of way-laying in
some unfrequented path the solitary traveller,
you, almost in the lace of the sun, and in a puib-
lie road swhe-re contccalmehlt was hardly possi-
ble, with a desperate courage, arrested your
victim, and permitted him to save his.life only
by the sacrifice of his property.
A deed like thisis rare in anry country, and
in this almost unparalleled; it could be com-
mitted only by one who is practiced in plunder-,
and iardened by habit in the most flagitious
But you have been stopped i your career of
crime and aare tow o suffer the penalties of
toe law. Death, t all times teramible, aotd es
iecially to those wa o uecur it be y their crimes-
will sood terminate your projects, and the space,
left yaou will be icnot too loins for the ortly pur.-
pose for whucit it ought ----'.. -.AI, a review of
your past life, and i a preparation for n(the life to
come. Stanger as yocu are among us, mmolhintg
is known t of your early life, your means of
nowledge, the precepts of your youtth, or the
examples which may have been set before you.
Tojudge by tlie rapid course of crime, and tile
audacity ofthe act for which you suffer, there
is Vet'ont to fe-ar thai your edcration has bchn
neglected, and tha tue fiar of (od has never,
been before your eyes. You came to this coun-
try apparently friendless aid forloir, ut were
received .itlh kiundneass and charity. While
industrious and sober, the means of honest live-
lihood were put into your hands, aind nothing
but perseverance in thie course begun wavs want-
ing to place you in uircumistancti acof ciinfort,
and, in rime, to have entitled ynu to thie privi-
leges arnd the prospects oft a citizetl of this court-
try ; but a life of regular labor was burthtnsiome
to yon-idlemcess succeeded to industry, anrd in-
temperance to idiiness--dismission from the
hospfitable oof under which you were sheltered,
was the just consequence; and there is reason ito
believe hault you have sinee preyed upon ito
.community which was willing to receive arid
protect you. You arrived at the place where
you meditated and effected your great *I e
probably with a stolen horse-when d.
in order to avoid detection, to abandon him, hin
your flighilt you stole another, within which you
expected to escape ; but in this as in most in-
stritces ofl criue, tie mioteans of escape have been
by alt overruling providtence converted into
tire cause of detection, and tlr e concealed nweap-
on which was prepared to ensure your plunder,
and to destroy the lives of pursuers, has been a
swift witness of your purposes and intent.-In
the country from which young came, your life
would he trebly forfeited, by these succession of
crimes committed within a few days. Thrice
have you dared the vengeance of the Almighty
by violating one of his express prohibitions,andt
once under circumstances which denote an in-
teutiohi to have sealed with blood the execrable
projects of avarice. We know not how to touch
Ihe heart of such air offender ; but if you know
and believe there is a God, of purer eyes than
to behold iniquity, a future life of punishment
and reward, an iruierring tribunal before which
in a short time you must appear, mi:,ii,... but a
stupid hardness of heart can keep you trom pros-
trating yourself in dust auhd ashes, and crying
to the throne of grace for mercy. Death is the
penalty prescribed by human laws for trans-
gressions like yours ;the offended majesty of
Heaven .. n I.P. ;..* ,. i. it, l ,: ., spir-
it and thi i '. i .u'- l" I-: i i -.' itl,. ti ii -,lr cell,
with a resolution to review your past life ; to
set i array before you time offences, secret or
olpen, which you have committed, and pray for
that repentance which wornketlh salvation. Op-
en your Bible and read there the doom of unre-
repented sin, as well as the hopes, which may be
entertained by the sincerely penitent, and listen
to the voice of the minister of peace, who will
visit you in your affliction and try to open you
a path to forgiveness in thie world above.-
With a design to prepare you for thle solemn irn-
terval allowed for reflection, and to fit if possi-
ble your heart for the reception of divine truth,
under the instructions of the Ministers of relig-
ion, you have been thus addressed. It remains
for us only to recommend you to dthe mercy of
God, and to pronounce the sentence of the law.
That sentence is, that you be taken henctee to
the prison from whence you were brought,-s-
fromn thence to the Ipl ace of ..-..-il.i-i and thati
you be there hanged by thie neck until you
are dead.
And may God of his infinite grace, through
the intercession and merits of the Redeemer,
have mercy on your soul.

It is said by Col. Callava's friends at Pensacola,
that his appeal as published varies materially from
the one written at that place. The original having
been written in Spanish, translated into Frenchand
from that rendered in English-rlhroughl tlheus dller-
out translations it is scarcely possible that the prop-
er meaning of the original in every particular can
have been preserved in the statements published.
W ae are authorized to slate, that thie Upper
Canada Bank at Kingston, have made an ar-
rangement with tIhe Bank of Canada at Montre-
al, to redeem their notes. The notes Ihereafter
to be issued by the Bank at Kingston, will be
made payable in jIoutreal.-N. Y,. Cem. tdv.


We have witnessed the operation of the Turning
Lathe, No. 93, Water street, which we are of opin-
ion, will fully answer the purposes contemplated by
the inventor. A corespoideat has favoured us with
the following description of it.
There is a carriace supported by a frame, and
sliding on waiys, to vich a reguled atd teral me-
tion, compared with the turning centres, is impar-
ted by ithl working power. This carriagesustains,
besides the toothed wheels which are to set lite ma-
chine in operation, two wheels, the one a little in
advance of tihe other in the transverse direction of
the carriage ; one of these wheels is smooth and
rounded on its rim, the other supports a series of
curved cutting knives, the extremities of which,
when in motion, describe a circle corresponding
with that of the smooth wheel, There is next a
machine suspended from a fulcru above, some-
what like a weaver's huile, which susinaits double
centres, with the pertaining a ppratus and nmachin-
ery to set them in morton. To one of these counties
is secured the model or pattern, of the article wished
to be produced,which,by the inclined position of the
pendaut lathe, is made constantly to press against
the smooth rimmed wheel : to the other centre,
which is exactly opposite and parallel to the first,the
block or material intended to lie operated upin is
seemed. When motion is imparted to the whole
machinery, the plain edged wheel4 and the wheel
supporting the knivis- undergo simultaneous revolu-
tions, as also do thIs- centres, though thie rIevoltiutious
of the wheels and centres do not correspond ; and
as the lwo contres-are parallel each to the other.nnd
the model and bloek to be worked are opposedI by
pressure, the model by the smooth rimmed wheel,
and the block to -I,.- -in-: nives, it follows that
the smooth wheel 1 :I '- as I -i ... to the
cutting knives, atd that thi block ,if .- .-taule ex-
actly to resemble the model, provided all its parts
are made to bear on the gauging wheel. The mor-
tiding is effected by a chisel secured to the lower
part of a gale.which resembles in structure and op-
eration tliat which confines the saw for cutting
boards, only it is in miniature ; the augers are wvor-
ked by hands, and the whole are made to operate
with astonishing clerily, and do great credit to the
ingenious inventor. But itis impossible with the
pen to do justice to this unique and singularly har-
monious contrivance ; I therefore recommend those
who have a taste for mechanic knowledge, and a
wish tc ...-,-. ,.-tive genius, to do as I have
done, t i.. .. in .I see for themselves, when I
am persuaded they will acknowledge the merits of
the inventor, and wish him abundantly rewarded "
[Is not the above Machine similar in principle to
that used in Boston, to make Shoe Lasss ;]
Extract of a letter to the Editor of Ihe Salem Ga-
SMyself and others,not fully satisfied wiC l the
observations and surveys of Capt. Colesworthy,
outfitted by Mr Blunl,iave been at the expense
of chartering a sloop fior the sole purpose of
finding (le old South Shoal. Several Captains,
good practical navigators, volunteered their setr'-
vice, and proceeded on the survey; the vessel
has returned, and,cohtrary to my most sanguine
opinion, they report that Ihere is no shoal south
of the shoal recently surveyed by Capt. Coles-
worlhy, in sloop Orbit. I have full confidence
in'the msun employed in the last survey, some of
whom were strong in th e belief tthey could
carry a vessel direct to the south shoal, at least
30 miles south of this Isjand. I now feel fully
satisfied l that there is no shoal soulth of that sur-
veyed by the sloop tOrbi:.
Yours, WVM. COFFIN."
South Shoal ofiVr'anltucket.-Some doubts hav-
ing arisen whether Capt. Colesworthy in his late
surveys liad discovered the shoal bearing this
name, several gentlelmen if this place, within a
view (o remove all doubts on tils subject, dis-
patched a vessel on Saturday last, under the
conlmsanid of that experienced. -1. i ...t ipt.
Peter F. Coffin, who, with C .i .I->s.,ivIi C.
Briggs, Capt. John Calef, and other approved
observers, have, in their tineds of nost people,
confirmed the late surveys of Capt.Colesworthy,
and Walter Folger; jun. Esq.

Ireltand.-The following extract of a- letter to :t
gentleman is Baltimore, dated Dublin, August 24,
states some facts which rend to manifest thie dispo-
sition of the Britisl. ,. i-- ..,-- i., yards the Irish
Catholics. Lord F,-. i l -., 1 i.- tl ,- f that party.
SYesterdayr the l .I i t .1.- ill wias invested a
Knight of St. Patrili, I-,, i mli- k'i,, limself!-does
not this s-peak vohnl- .-- HI;- ii..'- at gave a most
i .. .I ,,. 1o the Knigts yesterday after the
ir *.... u .i i hue etirecT, the Lord Lieutenaimut
rn k li i s healh and speedy retail to Iretand ; and
as Iis second toast, H1is rExcehlleney gave, Lord
aFndgal "eIl tie Romnta Catholics." Vtw hat do you
link of this?-yom will say it is something slew-
does it not mean more tha un thie sords imports ? It
is calculated that no less than three hundred thou-
sand people presented themselves at Slane, the seat
of the Marquis Conyngliam, during the short visit of
his maiesty to that charming place--all this would
be enough to turn the brait of a weaker man."

The following is the substance of the testimo-
ny given by the person who had the care of the
mail lately robbed. -
"Thei man who robbol the mail was about 5
feet 9 inches high, was dressed in a blue coat
aid while pantalets,annd had with r him a sail-
or'sjacket, made of stout fustian or jean, of- a
lead color, .which on tie driver's complaining of
being cold, he threw over; his shoulders while
he was engaged in robbing the mail. When a-
bout three miles below Elkton, the said passen-
ger, truck him, as lie supposes, twhe or three
times, oilun the head, with a club, hen,
being stunned, he fell forward, and when lie
came to himself, the passenger was onl his back,
drew his hands behind him, tied him with pieces
of a silk handkerchief, and then fasteinmd hiom to
the post of the waggon. On his enquiring if lie
was to be murdered, or what was intended to be
done, the otlier answered, do you be quiet,
and I will hurtyou no more than I have done-
it is my intention to overhaul the maill" He
then took the reins, and drove the waggon into
anil old field, about two hundred yards distant
from the road, took out thIe tail board, drew out
the large mail, and with his knife ripped it open,
and proceeded in (he same manner with the
smaller ores. This took patce about one o'-
clock in the morning. He then pioceeded to
open letters and tear them to pieces, at which
he continued for about two hours. On htis pro-
ceeding to open the way mail the driver obser-
ved that it would bo nunecessary to do that, as
hie would get but little rut of it; the other repli-
ed, (jh yes, this is the mail that stops at Wil-
mington, aud it is likely thee is something in it
for the Wiluington joekies," and then cut it o-
pen. After ccntituiisg souse time, he suddenly
started Up, went towarrds North EAst, but made
a tun-n round thre horses heads, as if he was goiug
towsrds Elkton. When lie was scarcely out of
sight, at about day light, a" person appeared on
horseback, to whom tihe driver stated tliat the
mail had been robbed, and desired him to assist
him, who rode a short distance, procured help,
aimd returned to him. He was tlien released,
gathered up the mails and the pieces of letters,
took thetr to Elkton, and delivered them to the,
Post Master in that place, at about seven o'-
clock ia the morning."

*Rise on Whiskey.-This article, vhich was
lately sold in our market, at 2-5 atud 26 certs a
gallon, hoow brings 43 cents at Bahiimore, it
cotseuauc Of Io the renvt adveaute on graib

Agriculture 5' Manufactures.

The following Premiums were lately given
by th. r..'i. -..1 Society of Ontario Co. N.Y.
T F'*, ". E'..' r, of Bloomfield, for the best
pr iAi,-i .-.-f WV'heat, $13
T-, ri .-.,hy Buell, of Bloomfield, for
two best acres of Indian Coi1, 117 bush. 10
To Alexander Proudfit, oTSeneca, for
next best do. 130 bush. 24 lbhs. 8S
To Harvey Steel, of Canandaigua, for
3d best do. 130 bush. 6
To Thomas Vincent, of Bristol, for
greatest and best Tobacco, 1025 lbs. 8
To Freeman Atwater, of Canandaigua,
do. do. 875 Ibs. 4.
[The committee remarked that Mr Buel's crop
of corn was raised on land improved for twen-
ty-two successive years. A proof of the dura-
bility as well as the productiveness of the soil of
our country.]
To Mrs. Lucina Cooley, Canandaigua, best
twenty yard,;of Worsted Bombazette $15
T, Mrs. i..eernsn Atwater, do, text do.
Imitation Plaid 10
To .James FHarlaud, Farmington, 3d do.
Worsted Cloth 7.
. Mr. Addison B. Bu-ck, a member of the So.
city, produced for inspection a satinett suit
of Clothes, consisting of a coat, vest, and pan-
taloons, made at his factory in Manchester.
He stated, that in the morning of that day
the raw materials were taken, carded, slushed,
spun, wove, colored, sheared, pressed, cut and
made into garments, in the space of eleven
hohtrs and fifteen minutes. A special premium
often dollars was awarded to Mr. Buck, for this
effort of skill and industry.
Five dollars were also awarded to Mr. Eber
Norton, of Bloomfield, who exhibited a sample
of Maple Sugar, of superior quality, being part
of 800 Ibs. manufactured by him last spring.
A specimen of Cambric Thread, spun by Mrs
M'Gill, of Middletown, in Connecticut, was pre-
sented to tile Society by the President, G. GRA N-
GER, Esq. which for strength, fineness and bean-
ty of texture is considered superior to any ar-
ticle of the kind heretofore seen.

At the Agricultural Fair in Clinton County,
N. Y. premiums were given for 63 bushels win-
ter wheat per acre, and for 42 bushels summer
wheat ; and for 126 bushels corn.
It is a matter of record that the usual weight
of cattle;sheep and hogs, have nearly doubled
in England, within two centuries. And the
time may yet arrive'when fat pxen of 3000 lbs.
wt. and hogs of 900 lbs. now looked upon as
prodigious, may be as common among us as
those of 1500 and 400 are at present.-To size
maybe also added other improvements, such as
hardness of constitutim; a disposition to fatten,
superior excellence for dairy purposes &ec.

We have in the Office an Apple, which grew in
the orchard of Mr..fonatihan Adamins in Wrenthanm
(Mass.) ... ;.. 1- I iinches in circumnlference,and
weighing II'l .,,.: Pr1o. Pa.

A N.Y.Paper says that on the morning of the
16th inst. a full suit of clothes was made for a
gentlemen in Manchester, from wool ir the
fleece, in less than eight hours from the mo-
ment it was first taken in hand. Thire wool was
picked, carded, spun, wove and dressed, at the
Man;hester Factory. T'lhe avork was coummep:-.
_ u Ut I o'ch r i". -tin,% --, I .-.I... 7.
the suit was completed apd worn to the Fair and
Cattle Show at Canandaigua.

A meeting of the citizens of Edwardsville and its
vicinity, which was held on the 18th tilt. for the
purpose of taking iino conlsidcratiol tio propriety
o ... .. . I low .. .
ed goods or me-chandize, and to encourage domes-
tic aud household manufactured articles by bringing
1 ,.. n- .t m' 11ri -i'
I I-l". i- i'"" i I I" i. orima) is a n excellent substi-
S -. i... f,' .- dole for which immense sums
are every year carried out of our country,) and cul-
tivated wiih little labor.-The seed is to be planted
itn May, and treated in the same manner as turnips;
in the fall tire roots are cut in pieces andl dried, and
buoantin thesame manner as common coffee. A
small proportion of'the West India Coffee mixed
with this root, with the addition of a little better,
produce a liquor not inferior to the coffee now in
use. Sugar can, in many parts of our State, be
manufactured in sufficient quantities from the
Maple, and-in every part from carrots, parsnips,
turnips, beets, or eorn-stialks.-From experiments
that have been made, it is found that
100 lbs. of carrots will produce 14 lbs. molasses.
Do. parsnips do. 12 do.
Do. turnips do. 9 do.
Do. beets do. 19_; do.
Do. corn-stalks do. 5 do.
Do we require a less stimulating and more agreea-
ble beverage than whiskey, what prevents the in-
troduction and successful cultivation of the grape,
for which our climate and latitude are peculiarly

A sun flower stalk grew spontaneously, in the
back yard attached to this office. It was cut
down last week, the stalk measured, and the
flowers and seeds carefully counted. It was 13
feet 11 inches high-bore 44 blossoms or heads
-the largest of which contained 2,358 seeds
arid from the whole were counted 14,502 seeds !
Harrisburg (Penn.) Pa.

Legislature of Vermnount.
A resolution was introduced by Mr. Hazletoi,
referring that part of the Governor's Speech
which relates to the Militia, to the Military Conm-
minittee, with instructions to inquire into the expedi-
ency of so altm'-ig the Militia Law, as will more
effectually {prevent the too freqituent discharging
commissioned officers, anid report by bill or other.
To the Generalr assembly, tioei siting,
The petition of Robert Temple, humbly shew-
eth-That, .( .. i. .-.. the high tax paid by that
patriotic and highly meritorious class of our citi-
zens, the officers of the militia, he deemed them at
least entitled to handsome Commissions. With this
view, e tas procnred to he engraved n eilegaunt
copper plate for Military Commissions, with suita-
ble etchings, to wit:-over the centre is thie Amer-
ican Eagle standing uipon a mounted cannon, withii
several emblems of peaiec, thrown in the back


Since the beginning of last week the weather
here has been :'it .,.J colder than usual at this
season. Yesterday morning, and this morning
the ground was frozen so hard as to prevent
ploughing. The late crops which were still out
will now be secured in better condition than
could have been expected. Potatoes generitlly
turn out to be little more than half last years

Last Thursday night,nthe following tragical occur-
rence took place a short distance above this city.-
Five or six Indians, (Chippewas, we believe) were
sitting Iby their fire, when one demanded a drink of
whiskey from another who held a bottle between
his knees-he was refused, and immediately drew
his knife and killed his comrade who had denied
him, by stabbing him in his neck. TI.': fil. :, of
the murdered tI dian, on seeing the fi .: ..-.., ion,.
sprang upon the murderer, seized himnby the throat,
bore him to the ground, and gave hiia severalistabs
with a short knife. Thinking he had killed him,heo
went to see -his son, but no sooner had hlie quit the
murderer, than he sprang upon his feet and tifled.-
He has not been seen since, and iOfis supposed that
lie has died of his wounds in the forest where he
had hid himself.

COLUMBUS, 0HIO, Oct. 20.
During the settingg of the Court of Common
Pleas, in this County, James Beaver was cont-
victed of arson, and sentenced to the Peniten-
tiary for one year,

The ship Orion which arrived yesterday,
sailed from Liverpool Sept. 21st. Capt. Davis
brought no papers except Myer's Liverpool
Price Current and Shipping List of the 17th,
and we do not learnuthat there was any political
news.: A fei letters from Liverpool as late as
the 20th are received. The subjoined extracts
will give a view of the market at that date.
The Capt. informs that it rained several days af-
ter the Hercules left Liverpool.
Extract of a letter, dated Sept. 20.
SThie weather yesterday and the day before
being dry, it staggered the faith of the corn folks
a good deal-; besides, the price has fallen in
London ; but this day we have had a good deal
of rain, and the weather looks by no means set
tled ; sor that if thIis. reaches you in good time
before the accounts by the Hercules, &c. you
need not hesitate to buy flour freely up to six
Rice, 17 to 20. Other produce same as our
quotations ofthe 15th. Demand for Cotton fair,
price steady."
Extractl of another letter, same date.
Since our advices per the Hercules and
Cadmus,i he Cotton trarket has continued steady,
with a regular but not brisk demand. In Ash-
es, Naval Stores and Tobacco, there is no
change. Accounts received yesterday of tlihe
Lonmdom Grain market, and an accidental fine
day, caused a suspension of thlie demand for
wheat and flour, and thile speculators would
have accepted lower prices. The prices had
previously advanced to lIsa 12s per 70 lIb. for
Irishi wheat, and Canrada wheat in bond was
sold at 11s; Canada flour in bond, was held at
,-- -" ~io,, C s .It Y Suit!'snttl-". ll.5 lim t toai'ti 0 & ".' a"'s -
per bbl ; for sour flour in bond 32s was paid.-
'The prices are now unsettled. Carolina Rice,
for which 17s a 22s was asked, cannot be quo-
ted higher than 14s a20s.
From London Papers.
Rev. Blacou Clark has been convicted of a
libel on the Queen.
The Common Council of London has voted
to give anr entertainment to the King in honour
of his coronation--and has voted thanks to
Sheriff Waithman for his conduct during certain
Prosecutions have been commenced against
the Gas Company-on account of the injury
done to the Thames Water by the gas water
running into it.
SirRobt. Baker, Bow-street officer, has been

Extract of a letter from Bordeaux,dated Sept.
8, received by the barque Richmond, arrived at
Philadelphia-" Bordeaux Brandy 350 to 370
frIances per 50 velts; Rochelle, 360 to 400; Ben-
gal Indigo,lstqual. 14f.25c- a 14,60. in entrepot.
Wines have also risen in consequence of the
unfavorable prospect of tlihe crops.

The object of the writ of Habeas Corpus is
to prevent a person from being imprisoned at
the mere will of an individual or individuals, as
was in antient times often the case, as the
records of the Inquisition, Bastile, Prussian
Prisons, ce. shew. Under this writ no person
is to be imprisoned but for having violated
sonime law-nd to ascertain this fact in the
most satisfatory msahner hlie is entitled to a
public examination.

At the opening of tie American Forrum,"
at New-York, on Wednesdayevening last, the
Hon. C. D. Colden presided. The profits were
for the Olphan Asylum.
The large grist mills at Skaneatilis, which
were owned by Mr. Gibbs, have been destroy-
ed by fire.
Near Philadelphia, the house of the widow Al-
wyne was lately robbed ; her sone mnrd'ered, and
herself and daughter seriously wounded.
r 3OOliO*l----
A serious accident happened at a brick building
now erecting near the Bank in thls towIn, by the
heirs of Mri Ebenezer Tucker. Three floors fell
to the bottomin of the cellar, while the workmen
were raising the timbers ior tohe fourth. We under-
stand six persons were at work in lthe building,
some on the second and upper floor, and others in
the cellar, three of them were, after considerable
time, rescued from under the mass of ruins, and
though alive were badly bruised, but it is hoped
not datgeronsly. The other three escaped umhiurt.
We ondetrstand the upper floor was over-burthened
with brick, (there being upwards of 4000 upon im)
and the lower floor was not sufficiently supported by
pi ops in the cellar.

ground ; in front of which is the arms of Vermont u --
upon a shield. On the left is a figure of Fame PORTLAND, NOV. 2.
stanldi.tr upon -I, lohe-and on tihe right an officer Capt. llsley has communicated the following
in .... ,, .i ... umpo a globe, and bear ng tire extract of t letter, fronm, an American House
the clerk of the House, a ipressio th in tvana, received at Matanzas, dated
plate, for thie inspection of thie members. In pro- Oct. 6.
curin-h this engraviig line has incurred very coinstd- We are glad to hear you are so success-
crable ext sense ; in addition to wlhiic, thire cxen-s fill in securing Pirates. The authorities here ap-
of paper and striking off the blanks, will be about pear to take no notice of therm. There are boats
six tines die amount of tire whole cost of those fitting oul in Regla, 'eadty to sail, if not area
herelofore used. He however believes, thatshiould dy grne; and all this is kiow-into ahinust all
thle I.'itium e think with him, that the officers of Reg.!-. Four pirates have discovered thenm-
Our tin.-l I -. i.'Ii tobe gratified with commissions of -Iselves
,a handsome appearance, antd which shall be credi- se ves.
table to thie State, there will be no ,li'- e: t "e .
t.. defrayed out of lthe .,,.,. The Rev. Edward B. Grilitth, D. D. is to be
I!... i i;.,.*. prays that the Legislature will be tinaugurated President of Williams College on
pleased to direct the reimbursement of said expense the 1'4the inst.
-and as in duty bound will ever pray. The Oilicesr of thie United States Navy on lihe
it. TEMPLE. Plilad.clphia station, have resolved to erect a
Montpelier, Oct. 22 121. tnoiiminelnl to tile ilmeuory of the late Com.
Referred to the tnlitary Conunittee. Mur.:n .
A Society of Apothecaries is established in
The population of Vir,inia is found, by tiPe new Philhdelplhia, to suppress the sale of spurious
cel.sus, to be I o "..- increase of about or .ad it ,ted Mt.dicitec.
,-,o09 in tel;i yuirs,

Palladium Marine List.

Capt. French, of the sloop Collector. which was
lately robbed by pirates,on the coast of Cuba, has ar-
rived at Bistiol, and in a letter to theProvidence A-
merican, states, that hlie saw two of the villains in
custody before hlie left Matanzas. O.i of thllem wa
arrested in the county, some miles off,& cominiited
to prison ; the other attempted to oblain tihe release
of his comrale by the offer eta bribe of 100 doub-
loons to the principal Alcade, in consecquinieCC of
which he wuts detected and se ured.by the vigilatce
of the Alcade. Capt. F. was called on to go into
the prison, and see if he could select from : a large
number of culprits, tihe-pirates who robbed Ilis ves-
sel. He identified them, without hesitation, as did
several of his crew,who were admitted to the prison,
afterwards. Capt. F. recognized one of his own
shirts o the back of one of them, which, on exani-
nation, was found to have his name marked upon it,
at full length. Capt. F. remarks, I have great
confidence in the disposition of the Spanish officers
at Mainizas, to punish such atrocities as they de-
The shin Juliet, of Bath, having op board 1426
bols. of tuirpenine and 519 bales coron, ready to
sail for Livt pool, caught fireat .I .,as.I'', on ithi
night of Oct. 21,between 9 and I, .,, d us. ientire-
ly consumed, with her enartro.
Ship Artolus was at St. lbes, Sept. 21, still under
seizure, but expected to be cleared next day. The
Cortes ha a few days betbre, enacted, that all ves-
sels, sequestered under thie law of June 7, past, en.
terin'g Portugal, with forei- spirits oi board,, and
who had not been notified 7)y their Consuls at the
port they came Ifrom, shall be immediately released.
Bermunda papers, to Oct. 10, have been received
at Savannah. -
Extract from a Revieto of the Boston .Market, for thie
week ending j.ov. 2.
FLOUR and GRAIN.-Thle Flour and Grain
tnarket is in such an uncertain state, that we caln-l
not give a quotation to be depended upon for a day.
The week commenced by sales at auction of new
Alexandria at 7D a 7A ; a day or two after, sales of
Htoward-street were 7.3-3-since then, new Balti-
more wharf, 7 ; Baltimore Howard-street and
Richmond City Mills is held at 71 a 8, and Alexan
dria, Fredcricksburg, &c. 7---and we think a-;
amuich disposition to sell as to purchase. Sales of
Southern Corn have been from 70 to 75
FRUIT.-The second cargo of fresh Maliga fruit
imported this season, was brought forward this day,
(Friday) by auction, and sold-Muscatels $3,52 a
.3,55 ; Blooms 3,04 a 3,10; cask 8'1.
MOLASSES.-We noticed a disposition to spec-
ulate in the article the first part of the week ; but it
,was held too high to admit of any transactions of
consequence. A parcel of Trinidad, old, but of
good i-.,i;,i .,% i:...-.._ii forward at auction to day,
and .i-...- .. l ,p .- : i. : 36 cents- taking this sale
as a criterion of the market, we hazard the follow-
ing quotations, at which we think sales could be.
made :
Surinam 35 a 36
Martinique and Guadaloupe 35 a 36
Hayana Sweet 34 a 35
do. Tart 33 a 34
Daily Adveriiser.
Selli. St. Michaels was dis'g. at Leghorn, Aug.21.
The Pl-t.:,. I -n ...inhaling voyage, had left
Fayal, Se.i -- ... ti. in, in c.).
At Cape Haytien, Oct.7, HayLten, Condry, New-
buryport, 2; Only Son, unc.
At Pt. Petre, Oct. 8, Enterprize, Merrill, for St.
Thomas, 6 ; Cherub, (late Snow, who died Sep.23)
Marblehead, few.days ; William and Pacific, Port-
land ; Lydn ; I ,; 'IT;. ,. of Newport, just ar. ;
sce. Cyrus, eCLl,. ls ijin-. tor Hampd en. Brig A-
gile sailed ith, for a market.: .,
York ; V. r ,- ti,h1 ,1- _.TI-,
gelina, M .- i t-, .. 1I ,,.ii i,.. ,i .
At St. Jago, Oct. 1, America, Graves, Boston, 6
days ; Rebecca, Portland.
The Am. Hero, for this port, in about 5 days,was
nearly loaded at Amsterdam, Sept. 6.
Ship Superior, Whittemore, from Savannah, ar.
at Liverpool Sept. 16.

The Susannah-Mary, from Kennebec, with ice,
was7 or 8 iniles below the English Turn, Oct. 2--
also, Dutch brig Neptunus,Bordeaux : and brig Ed-
ward, Hallett, 24 days from N.York. At Placque-
mine, Dutch ship Einore TraoisitGre..H c.-
Ar. al Savannali, 20th, sell. Cairaialr ii, n "
Bath) N. Vork, 4, with 23 p...... .loop Ex-
spress, Wing, Providence. i C .rV .t i,-, Wamrei,
Weston, of Duxbnry, for Fredlericksbnmrg.
Sell. Napo!eon, Sears, of Yarmouth, 8 d-ays from
Bermuda for Philad. touched at Tybec, 21st, to
*ln, i.l, :l- ..;.. Hemry, Casdorp, 46 days from
Amsterdam, ar. at Clharlesion 23d ; ir.. i. 1 I.
Calypso, bound to Africa,with loss oi IL Lu t ,'.n.-
emast worked loose, &c.
She. Pencguin, of Salem, for Ah. .tnt .,a-' a
Norfolk 26th. Sailedi, brigc Decait. -, fl. "1, .i ;
sch. Betsey, St. Andrews.
Ar. 27th, sell. Romp, Bassett, Newburyport, 10,
for Marl. inl distress. On the night of sailing, in a
severe gale, being very crank, was obliged to Ithrows
over the deck load, consisting of 7 horses and 15
head of cattle. 19th, lat. 38, lon. 68, lying to, was
knocked on her beam eads, lost every moveable ar-
ticle on deck, and to clear the tiller, had to throw
over both cables and hawser ; cut away topsail
yards, when she righted-twoseamen were washed
overboard, but regained the vessel. On the 20th,
Mr. Lupee, a Frenchi ,- .i.... ... I'.twho was very
sick when he ncame on i,.ii Ir, -1. lIThe Romp
wVas rove, ed nu, frol tlie I.R6ad, by a steain-boat,.
The Ric imnd ar. at r. ict lnoii 26 t. Sailed,
sclls. Madeira Packel, Foster, (of this port) Hali-
fax ; Marn-Spear, Perry, Boston.
Bris B(eaver, Patterson, from Kcnuebulik,and sch
Post Boy, Otis, hence, at Richmond.
Sloop Alpha, Coffin- of Nantucket, from N.York,
-t Georgetown, C. l6. brig Jao. Muon'oe, Tobey,
Ar. at Alexandria, 29thm, sells. Edward, Murch,
Belfast, (and up for this port) J; oseph, Prince,
Portland ; Ocean, Kent, Buion. I
Sehs. Dolphiin;Higgins, fromBucksprort, and Mar-
iner, Nantntucket, at. 'It Bait. 28th.
Sll. Decatunr, f-rou Portland, ar. 29th. Up, selt.
Emigratnt, Prince, for N. York.
Sch. Three Sallys, 42 clays from Malaga, ar. at
Phila. 22lt.
Barque Richmond, Revimegan, 40 days from Bor-
deaux, ar. 30th. Cl. ship Lancaster,BurkhartiLiv-
erpool ; sch. Eliza Jane, Boston.
Ship Unicorn and sch. Albatross went to sea
23th, from the Capes.
Ar. at N. York, 30th, ship Eliz.a Jane, ,-.
70, and 6G from Elba ; ....,- In i. .. .L i ., i .
raltar, 47 ; M onroe, (of P i...i. i hli t .r ,,
brig Kate, Glasgow.
Ar.31.st, ship Orion, Davis, Liverpool, 40 ; brig
Abeora, Folger; Cnracon,27 : cii. Geoirge, Crow-
elL, Y.rtiioisrth ; sloops -Huron antd Sibain, Boston.--
Sailed, sh.ip Wnm.
Cleared, shiips Constitution, Ward, Pernambnuco ;
Rt. EdIward., Sherbnrin, London ; Johin Dic )kin-
son, Baush, Belfast; brigs Naicy, Miuthens, River
of Plate ; Post Captain, Baldwin, S. Anutrica : Ani-
ta, Brower, Parm c-lu. Caroline, dl Kto\VinI -ew-
ler ; lnop Goed mi"ope, Weine, Bait. Up, sci .Ma-
uy, Niekctson, Chtariestoa ; sloop Caroline, Baker,
(Ico N.Bti. Btlrd) Baltinore.
Brig P.':nit;;pei, Griffilt, which sailed from Say-
brook Oct. Cti, fur Porl un Prince, is reported to ia-
ashom e on Fisher's rslad; inthd bilged.
Am. al ort hla d 31, 'ing Cor Oliaa, Sawyer, Pt.
Petre,"l. l- t inst. Merlraiei, Ils ty, Matanzas, 23.
Cleiaricd, ship h 't ; .i. i., '-. t shli, N. Orleans;
lbrigs Mainie, Oxt .i.i, '.I ,*. .aaii Mlounifort ;
Samarimn, Jiacks .. I i.. i. Danes, Havana.
Shioops Miilo, from St. Andrews, and Bedford aitd
P inuiia, hence, at ri B"dl'rd.
Ships -o-coe, Sw ain, iand Corn. Decatur, Tilton,
ftr Pacific, urvn cl, at do.
elm. iinterpriizes, Maxwell, for Havana, cl. at
Providence 1st.
Brig '1 wo Brothers, Knap, 24 daya flom Cape
H'laytion for Newburyport, has ar. at Gloucester-
also, sll. Juno, Brown, Fayml, 38.
Sch. Bird, caeee for Brazil aed a market1 "h ;a

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... """ -at not enough for him (o consider luimselt a
public agent of the king of Spain, and resitdinlg a.,
MISCELLAXNY. herer for tte purpose of t".,',- t.n- official Vy esterd s 3 .
.- -.. .. business with the agents of ,I, 1' -1 ,i. -, but it -.. --- -
FOR THE PALLADIUM. was necessary that hle should have made known MONTREAL. OCT. 7.
the object and purposes of his stay ; had he done An improvement upon Lay's Map' of New-
"'ESRa. ERStTOs, so, he would have been informed at once by me York, and the adjacent countries, is now offered
I HAVE but a very few words io say to your that my own functions having ceased as con- in this place ; and is truly worthy cfattention--
7new correspondent Alexipharmacus, who, hav- missioner, no one but the president of the U. wie would recommend it mofe particularly, as
ing been silenced in the Ccntinel, and taking States had any power to give him permission to it contains many townships in the provinces,
courage from the Remarks" on mny letter, has remain here as a diplomatic agent ...', not hiterto laid down in the Maps, which it is
ai .', .,'en signs theofife;andy amagnani- i ,, of a foreign minister, ..i presumed are correctly noticed, the author ha'v-
jr,.,,- 1 ', wih "the aid of" his spelling bouok, c ouseuenices of Iis conductaretoo well known, ing lately taken a survey of those townships of
and dictionary," has produced an article t which and need not be detailed With tlhe exception iLpper Canada.
defies criticism As it is not impossible that he of this solitary instance, I feel the utmost conli-
May fondly suppose Ie h lias obtained a victory deuce in saying, that nothing has occurred, not- PENSACOLA, OCT. 8.
over me-. acnd the people I defended, and led a- withstanding the numerous cases in which I Gov. JAcEsoP's family leaves this to-day, for
stray by the short, though elegant paragraph in have been called upon to interpose my aathlori- is seating Tennessee-the Governor will fol-
the Patriot of Saturday last, may sing Io Peat.'! ty, either in a judicial or executive capacity, to hi seatw da s-for the present he is detained
Io Tritnmphe somewhat prematurely--I beg to occasion any thing like distnrst, discontent, or i- a .1.,. His return to this place is
inform him, that as soon ns some forecaslle ex- want of confidence ; land I cheerfully take. this -i-i, i is not to be looked for unless
pressions, peinliar, I presuine, to an old pilot," occasion to express my satisfaction with the rc.'.,,um: ., I is not to be looked fo unless
eali be rendered into intelligible Englishi, a peaceful, obedient and orderly conduct of -all ccumtaor George Bowie bait necessaryigned the sta-
eritical analysis of this celebrated production those whose allegiance has been transferred to Major George Coi b ivig resigned the sea-
may probably appear. At present it is unnder the U. S. by the cession of the country. tion fMayor, Col. John Mhe a been sle-
the consideration of an cnirineit Profess'or of It is true, a recent occurrence connected with ted to fill OFpl OUR GOce.VERNOR.
tlang, to whom, as lie probably understands al- the one referred o, has compelled me to take t ein understood that theOUR Governor was a-
iso ume language of the Ohio Boatmien," I shall measures I conceived necessary for the charac It eing unde te officers of the military
*refer for" explication the jeni d'eiritf of mny old ter, dignity and harmony of the government I corps stationed at this placeanBarancas, united
friend the Paio'tt. As some ime will necessari- administer, and which, at the same time, were cori the ctizens of Pnsacola, in tendering his
ly elapse before the translation rcan be made, I the mildest the circumstances would admit. I witthe citizens of aola, in tendering his
cannot do beiter than recommend Alesiphari- allude to the conduct ef a umber of the Span- excellence ad family, ie an tertainment conhe-
Racuts,"' whoi, poor seul writes eqtualll bad ish officers retrainiighere after the cession with- sisting of a pplic dinner and ball, evincing their
on anv sorl of paper, and with anry pen, and out my permission, hut which would certainly respect and esteem. The itnvitahon teas acep-
T,'ihi oor without Iris dictionary and spelling not have been withheld from them so long as i and cii Thursn t pany of eightyd e Fn, at
hook is equally deficient in grammar and ortho- hey demeaned themselves irespectfmlly to the AustnTa- overnof an excellent dier rentvied
S .,i, to employ the intermediate space exit listing authorities, and refrained from any lim- for the iocasion Col. Walto sdinrsi ong-sulp-
int studhying dte rst rEnglisI Grammnar wsiti- proper interference with the measures of the t r te usron ic e t resident-
it reach. Ie inmay then perhaps produce government. This respect is due from foreign t ported by Co. Brooke as Vice President-VThe
an article which nay condescend to answer officers in all countries-their situation is mate- Flowing toas becamong others wee witht a rev-
nh'avimg in thne for corections, Messrs. Edi- rily different from that of other aliens, ando t their lution-its starthough bht just risen from the oc-
tors, enor v(i,'m for reading,'- over what I mhave conduct ought therefore to bemorecircumspect. e
written, I feel a dree ,of)tsilniu sending In the United Ses those a severely pnsish- ainis swift to join tihe glorinits constellation
Tte" eo a ogre oicsal o He UniSted Syales those ar severely punish- 'y e Union The Star Spanglced Banner.
tuch amn Wunr7eou,0ssihng b/t-rry m- sravwl- to a prin- ed, who are guilty of writing in a libellous man- By Governor Tackson-The Government of
ler for publication." Destitute ofanyambition ner of proceedings in courts of justice. For ithe United Stales-May its administration al-
to become, as Alexilptarinactis descrLibes rhim- what tends to bring the judiciary into disrepute, the i sit principles are pure.
'elf, ta 1 ,I... writer." I shall now close this shakes the public confidence in that part of the stways be asise as its principles are pure.
letter- which is done setting down snugly at government, that is looked upon as the most sa- After thGovernor-His glory is as tire sun in is e-
tlie desk of the A-im. I shallI ch1lp under cred depository of individual rights. Hence, Or vn ad like his rays, it shall remain when
it tlhe sane signature as before," and remain k both these points of vie', without noticing e t idian, an ike I is rays, it shall remain henf.
yours, i e-c. IVANHOE. singular conduct of the Spanish officers acting thePrn as sink toest. heal t the Cief.Army-A-
-- h as if they considered themselves a distinct an By the P overome gratitude-the laurels wonmy -
he error was a typographIical oe. separate body-an impeAium in nperio-thiey in the cause of freedorn are withered ly the
--iyh nl/e of.LL.kidIas o were guilty of great indiscretion and impropre- of ov er oes arereduced to er,
s v OR TD IePTdLL.t ty, in publishing a most indecent libelagaints the Dra obolu B l esaCyso
ESSRS. E iTORS, j & Wi diial proceedings of the highest tribunal in By the Vice President-Com.Wm.Bainbridge
By the Advertisemecnt of tr. P &. Wil the Floridas. Had I consulted my personal eVient and pride ofi is professionboth
epian clihe tinche myeoa r peuonal -CeI thie ornament ind pcirie of hsis professionbboth
iia ns, it npr'ars they have cousheantstly ton hand, feelings, having entertained a favorable opinion in aradea
and for se, aslterotlpcd edition of the Co- of some of lihm, atrd enmity to none, should iOn thar evening of he same day the ladies
uniih Orth oraphre or first Book for Chll- ihave been disposed to have suffered the act to vo u-ro the pr and uNited in concluding the
Clildren,e by JAME Si Pic." Whatever objec- sink Int obljivion. But tle dignity and honor iledt Iathbart, much more numenously attend
tions may be urged against this work, in con- of tie government forbade that conduct so out- hain icmud ch v beet anticipated, such s
sequence ofils not containing m. .. t. ,' rageous should pass unnoticed. I might appeal the iskiould havess oice eaticiper-atedll gloomsuch wand
,,-c. wh'ih abound in many nther works o tin Cs tothose very persons and ask what vould be the rein s
kind ; or whatever prejudices individuals may inonsequences if a band of American officers n
clierMi-O against it for' other reasons, it is certain should oerfn' such fl1 insult ito the government r rk n
that no candid person will deny, that it ranks ofl. r' ,. 1,i Province ? Butr the nchabilants of CINCINNA (OHIO,) OCT.
Supeio r th yti n l o sd],asaIp e net We witnessed i a very' pleatsi.g.sisght last SabbaTth
HEuporiorato anyth izgtelse of theld asaero- try .f .e. amy rest ass.rred, that whatever T J rOc i i
er t Spe m' ine Prgiels coftrodingl te tefae t of e th d iuemnyrre stuan i. S renthatrheosom afternoon. About salax hundred cihlren, generally
Cnr' h'elhimo lsao. eins the I mce et f ac I thuie mpropriety and imprdenceofsoe fom 6 to 12 years of age, the pnils of the sev-
IT3ook it is very justly remarked, that Chil- is illt have no effect u pon my feelings towards eral n Sunday Schools, established d in this City, at-
dren sire often made o cominence the study oft l te rest-the innocent will not be confounded tended ib their teachers, assambledM in the First
etl.IoqtOit before they are well grounded itn with thle guilty, and all will continue to expe'i- Presbyterian Church, where a very animated and
thle principles of olsograihtI.-Tmis being tie 'Cice the satiome protection and respect for their appoinrime discourse was delivered l by the Rev.
case it rarely happens thnt lhey havena relish fo r ruihtts which has heretofore been extended, MarinI Ruler, A. M. of the Methodist Episcopal
the study of the latter afterwards ; md, of provided they demean themselves with tnat pro- Church, to a crowded and attentive audience.
course, never' acquire it." These observations priety which becomes every good citizen and -S'm 't
J consider strictly in unison with te principles subject; and should any of them under the in- RICHMOND, (VA.) OCT. 30.
ofjstice, and con on sense The Key at- flunce of omenary passion, or feeling, be of t y passion, or feeling, In this city, (in consequence of the news by
tached to this work, is simple, ald made level dissatisfied witl the measures I have pursued, the Hercules at N. York) tie sale of Fiounr was
to the capacity of every scholar and, as tea- on a return of their sober judgment 1 feel con- actually effected yesterday y at .-ul,- asking
eher of youth, 1 would reconmend it to the fident they will be compelled to approve, price is S.-The pricee of whieat is quoted at $1
consideration of schools generally. P. Considerations of a personal nature, and the 60 per bushel, and Indian Corn at $3 per tbl.
o----o-- .--oo -- -situation of nmy fatnily, requiring my abseuca On Friday it is said a house bought (on com-
Fr.O Till' PENSACOLA PAPER. from these provinces 'or a short period, I make mission for' N. York) here and at Petersburg
ADDRESS OF GEN. JACKSON. known that in the mean time, thle government fr'o 3 to 6000 bhbls. from 5 60 to 6.
o the: eof East Florida is placed under thie charge aind -.
o the Ctizenes of tie Floraiuls, Pdirection ofJ. W. D. W iV,;.,,..,.. Esq. Secre- WI'SCASSET, NOV. I.
THE temporary organization of the govern- tary for the same, andc .1 I -.1 -..- Florida un- The S. J. Court closed its October sittings in this
ment of these Provinces, according o thae act of der Col. George Walton, Secretary thereof. town ol Saturday last. Many iimportant causes
Congress of the ltst session, and to the powers Each of these gentlemen are clothed with all were tried. The eonstnrnics ivei iy the Court
conferred on me by the Prsidt le by te Prsi of thl United the powers appertaiing fo thine Governors under to tihe act of the Stte of Maine, declaring what
_i. in- -to er. ..*r .rir. i .1:' ini-^ -r'5 -"- t ll. '-cri i r nt or- p n ,ia u i," o iscrI te n perfec t i e tn c o
a,.. -.t .. 1..ih i. ii ,i t...... e, ,r percfetions, or slchl instructionsas they may respectively re- ineal estate, deserves matter tion. f le mere act of
iU.,, 1, i .... ,,l,, manwi. ll,. ake due allow us- oemt trye frm le Presidhent of the United Stales r anng lh roti nr a ram e of d laun, onlastni a
c, smyunetio Ire C tha ia d'atioir jsyile thryona Ie. 'heay areunchrtmgedh NitHe to t.nd ensatres tyyrs before the actleorn
anbe, when lie s onr, sides that it s dtratioe will thatongh me. They are charged faithfully to of. i.. i"..,i, was considered insufficieet-
be ut short and inthat t is the best hat circusm- protect and maintain all the citizens and inhabi- i n ...n. an ninsual number ofcriminal prose-
ancs would permit, taking into vie the d- ttantsof whatsoever descriplon,iin the said pro- cutions al this terin. These excited a deep interest
ficlthies have had to encounter. Where the vinces, ina the peaceful enjoyment of all their and attracted a crowd of spectators. On Monday
nule, or law, is certain, I have considered it iy rights, privileges and immunities, secured to the 22d ilt. Samuel Prouley Nwas brought to the
duty to follow it strictly, but where this has not tem under i the late treat with Spain, and ni BaEr, oi anu Indicrtmenit for a capital offence. The
been the case, I have endeavored to make the der the constitution of Ihe United Stales, so far Jury, after an absence of nearly twenty hours, re-
best provisions in my power, believing that as the same is applicable. I have instructed turned with a verdict. ofnt)t guilty. The prisoner
gaovcrnmne.t, of some kind, was absolutely them promptly to y punish the violators of e hwas ortiered to recognize for his appearance at the
necessainy. It is my sincerehope that the sub- law, and torequite ofall, that allegiance to the et ti i of the ini rltand i r s is fo r aat 'ense A
ject will attract the -oarliest attention ofthe con- government, epejore bh my oamation hly be indicted and trled for aim sffece anot
grass oIthe United Stases, and that the inhami- sued on taUlng possession of 'thie cohntittil try. ae.
plants of these provinces will be relieved from ANDREW JACKSON. eu.-At Bath, n Monday nlt last, a gem-
tle state of uncertainty and doubt, that at this Gev e f thea Fleridas,4c c. tc. hleBanr t.-WAs spted by a higsnayn, and ris mte-
moment must n-ceasanily lprail. Pensacola, Oct. 6, IS21. ney and watch demanded ; the gentleman nothav-
I the organization of tlie present temporary m...s, -y e n army Money about hirm,tie robber took his watch,
.*n.,)-, o.I. cand sin its execution, I have- kept er'ProrPeF Vu to anid fled Pursuit was iiln ediately made, lie was
i,:t -,. .,i '.iew thle securing to the inhiabrtats SUPP t l Iers FOR 182e. taken, and is now lodged in the county jail, to await
ofthae bFlorideas all the privileges and icmmunities Navy Commissioners' Office, 9gthl Oct. 182.1 his trial in May next.
guaranteed lo then by the treaty. i The priunci- The commissionerss of thle Nvy will receive
pal of these, is Ile protection of their persons, proposal s till thue 20ol day of Dicemubei next, BELFAST, OCT. 31.
property' eattd ru religion, until they shalt or in'n- all si. ldCordage. Sitp Coins dlerLinga
Toratet inuto Ithe union, and become ten etitlehdr v to Pn/ntsadle Isp Clitising, lfdi nd Sun- Arrived at Cast M ay, Ling
all the t'ivilege tand imminities ofctizens of gica lInstruinnts, Guiner's Soires eanld Groceranies, 7 dis. flomt St.Join,forN.York. She was seized
"tie U. States. t ns nt, r...,.. l.. 'r ',nt I "mr paret as roay be reqiu'ed for the use nof the Navy for by n English armed vessel, in June last, and
-l my fenctio ns, c i vI .t,- .. .--.. I n. rstre the year 1822, at Piortsmouth, Nt '. Boston, sent to St. John where she has recently been
thue spsit of on politic i insltittions. I have N. York, Phitadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, sold, for the benefit .of whom it may hereafter
made no discrimination of persots-my house sNorfolk, Charleston, S. C. ; Savannalt, Georgia, coinrern, and purchased by her original owners
aums been surrounded by no guards, no one has Whitehall, Sacket's Harbor, andi Erie, Penn. -tthe case not having had a final decision.
been kept at a distance by repuvsie foe'maities, That every ufi'r nty be adc neupoii tihe same -----
all have had free admittance, and found a ready pI'nciple, and alike in ail respects, with (lie ox- PROVIDENCE, NOV. 2.
ear, wsen they required my aid for the iprmtec- cp|tion of the prices asked, the Ctmmissioners A cargo of Corn from Virginia was sold in
tion of leair nighlts. The American government, of the Navy have deposited w il the several and tnis townby auction, on Wednesday last, from
at thin same time lhat it is the freest, is perhaps respective conmmandants ot stations, forms tfo 65u to 67A cents per bushel.
the strongest in IIe world ; because, the most making liers, will) instructions to deliver one
wealthy and most powerful in society, are as or more ofa them to any person disposed to make The National Intelligencer has come out"
'weak in opposition to it, as the most humble 'a other. in favor of the Maryland Proposal for an Ap-
and obscure. It knowsts no distinction between All persons, therefore, who may have deter- propriation of the public lands to the several
an ex-governor and a peasant, mined to offer for atiny part of the articles above Stales, to create am Education Ftnd.
In tihe course of my short administration, one mentioned, will apply to the ucoMnmnandant of
ease has unfortunately occurred, which requir- thle station nearest to their residence for the tn- RBanking.-We perceive by an advertisement in
ed the exertion of that authority which is no re- cessary forms, andn they will be supplied. Per'- oe he n Pnen-York apper that a cms ny is form-
specter of per-ons. That the necessity should sons making offers are requested particularly to Sae, it its enoto Sessiont n a iSn act cf inoorpa-
have existed hias occusiimned me pain, and re- comply within all the rules prescribed in the forms te is f snr a B saa o by tI rmename and e a -i.1c it,
gi'et ; and espenily ts it lhias een mistmder- otherwise Itheirn proposals uay not be take., in- t" ashing'lnn Bin,/c'" wilh a capiltal ..i ,..,,,,uI
stood hy some of the inhabitants of thits country, to consideration. to be located in ahie vicinity of Chatham square, ins
from want of sniilicient ecquaittauce with the Thu commissioner' will also receive, till the the City of Newv-York.
fecs of the case-uas well as vsith thIe character 20llh Dec. next. proposals for the supllnvinug of '.
amnd principles of our government. It was my such fresh meat and vegetables as may be re- prices of Stock's, '. correctcel for the
duty under the treaty, exercising tle govern- quired at the several and respiecttiin itations a- P alCSdimnuu, .f'mrettber 5, oby cSa s Dstl,
ment in the Floridas, to secure to the ihcabi- above mentioned, during the year 182.2. The of- ./n'o ". t m' 5 &E.
all the evtiennce of them' right of in'el~arty, fears must express the price per pound for lhe Co"fi'e"*'-stret
The improper cmiduct of the captaini gener- vegetables, separate atnd distinct from each oth- Dttef,''d 6 1,n ,0C9i m 2 a S
al of Havana, in withliolding documents or n r; and all such oilers must be sealed and di- dout. dthe 1, 93,6 9.
aruhlives of this nature, froni an agent express- rented to tlie conumissioners, and the words do. do. 1812 7 a 7:}
ly sent to receive them, increased l(me necessity "Offer to furnishi fresh meat and vegetabless' do. do, 181-1 uJg a 10
ofvigilance on my part. It was nmade knownto must be writtnn oni he back of such offem' so do. do. 1815 11 a. 11.
me l'y satistactory evidence, thIat there were sealed. Particular asreItinon to this rule is re- Three do. '78 a 79
documneistsoftlhns character in the hands of an quested, as tlie commissioner's do not wish to Five do. 1820 ----
indiv'idunl here, aund tihat these documents were open any offer umtil the time for receivingt oflus Do. do. 1821 in. a 9
necessary tn estatnish thue right of properly in hall have elapsed, Seven do. "'' a 9
tisis country. The fact ascertained, rumy duty _'.c. BANK STOCK
awas clearand uo alternative was heft te. Tliat Thie Lndou Literary Gazelle of tlue 15t of United States, 511 a 129
individual tas ordered to surrender' them, so A t -'' t a short nette of (wr which sa'id,7 a 13
thiat, in puscuntee of (be second article of' the August cointa sua a ldhrtoe muoi shef a tork a's shi m lain, 7 8

mrigitt ho seunred in their nightnf th ihro itant- vantage ins thsis coury. It is styled 'lime Stu- State, 64, a 65
uigtube scu ored n thedriverty.i- dents Manmual ; on, au Appendatge to lhe Fun- New-England, 15 a 16
stead of obeying rs-Ie aught time oimns nndsf phutnausory vocabuldary of i..,.J: d.,, i from Sunlotk, lci a 14
the government ander whis h he was protected, tlhe Greek. A' Y. Pa. EXCHANGE.
and which could knsw nto superiorsmc ,1,' ,.. 5; ,,_' Ou London, 30 days sight, 10
the congress or president of the Lnite.l i,-,, From I/e Dublin Eirening Post, Sept. 6. Do. S0 do. dm. 8| a 10
nIift'd their ito ti'e hands of tlie person When nine barge whc coni ovyd is On Paris, il a 194
cvho lately adnmsistered the government of this to tire Rusova Geargo, had in'tttmd thu shin :"Is |a Holanid, -8 a 31d
prOVi'ien.uid who lhaud been utmhorised by the rert 5-teele, Edw. hnura.y, of 1)trrv- Es. Mr. New-Youk, paar
capaniu general of i, .', ,.,...,.....,' the country Cooke o' the Roexd navy, aidl onlier'gemuiienter, Pmiladelphia, do.
a.-reenbiy to the ], i i .ll,i i" h. treaty. T'irs whlos intiumes ws ins u e been tuiahle t n discover, -Balhtim re.. dis. un a

person, whether fronim misapprehension, or from piunaed into thea sea, swvumin alo ir.i-.. I -i -in a 2
worse motives, considered timnsf tllnot responsi- the Rioyal barge, witlio ne alm i. ih. r- i. 1 a !11
bie for' anty uv t of his to the government of the tended lo the King. lis iujnesty mos t graciously eoraoiai, 1* a 2
Floridras, and appeared emhirfly insmsible to the hino toemi i Iy the Ihd. Tfleese loyal subjects, N 'th ewOrleans, 4 a 4.
impropriety of no' lmuhaing -made a delivery gr e wihusof g th"ir hearts, swam 'tO-Or eleans, a pSPECIE. a
these doctn-,s of his owon accord. Whatever back to ihue sitmo'e. Cod, 3 a 4
diplomatic privileges lie migliht ave been enti- You and your, perpetually introduced into famil- Poritugese do. o2 a 34
tied, to, these privileges ihad ceased upon tie iar conversation have a bitd effect. They remind French, parm
surrender of this country, and hlie was timen not me of Mrs. Hannahl Glasse, of meinoir- American do. 3. a 4
known to muie, or recognizedas having aiy other when yoi hav e lmade your ivatsl r bol, then ]ut Spanish Dollars, a 1
rights than thoju se fa mi oiuu ljinadividual. It your pudding in yur pot." Doubluous, 65a 1575



New List of Atrocious Piracics and Bar-
The brig Cobibossee Contee, Capt. J.AcKson,
arrived yesterday from the Havanasailed thence
on the morning 'of the Sth ult. and on the" eve-
ning of the same day, about four mites from the
Moro, was brought too by a piratical sloop, con-
taining about 306men. A boat from her, with
ten men, came along-side, and soon after
they got on board commenced plundering.-
They took nearly all the clothing from the Cap-.
tain and mate-all the cooking utensils spare
rigging-nnrove part of the running rigging-
cut the small cable-broke the compasses-ciut
the mast's coats to pieces-took from the Cap-
tain his watch and four boxes cigars-and from
thbe-cargo three bales cochineal, consigned to
Messrs. Win. B. Swett & Co. and six boxes ci-
gars, consigned to Mr. R. Morland. They beat
the mate unmercifully, and hung him up by the
neck under the maintop. They also beat the
Captain severely-broke a large broad sword
across his back, and ran a long knife through
his thigh, so that he almost bled to death.-
Capt. Jackson saw the sloop at Regla, the'day
Capt. Jackson informs us, and we have also
been informed by other persons from the Ha-
vana, that this System of Piracy is openly coui-
tenanced by some of the inhabitants of that
place-who say that it is retaliation on ti fle A-
mericans forinterfering against the Slave Trade,
and for allowing Patriot Privateers to refit in
their ports. The Pirates, therefore, receiving
such countenance, growv more daring-and in-
crease in number from the success which lias
attended this new mode offilling their pockets.
Capt. BuGNio, who arrived yesterday from
Charleston, spoke on the 2d inst off the S. Shoal
of Nantucket, the brig Three Partners, from Ja-
maica for St. John-lhad been robbed, off Cape
Antonio, by a piratical vessel, of about 35 tons,
and 17 men, of cloth,.g, watches, &.c. and the
captain was hung up by the neck to the fore-
yard-arm, till lie was almost dead.
Capt. BotUN, who arrived yesterday, from
Cape Haytieni, spoke, oil the 26th ult. lat. 33,
Ion. 78, brig Sea Lion, 36 days from Cape Hay-
tien for Belfast, Ireland, which had been plun-
dered by a pirate in the Gnlf.
The briug Harriet, Capt. DIMOND, from St. Jago
de Cuba for Baltimore, arrived at Havana on the
16th nit. having been robbed of all her cargo of su-
gar, and $.4000 in specie, off Cape Antonio, by a
heat with 15 men, having two schli. in co. Capt.
D. was hung lip by the nock, and remained sense-
less tot some time after Ie was taken down.
Thlie Dutlch brig Merciiry,77 ds. from Marseilles,
arrived at Havana on the 16th ult. after having beea
robbed o: ,- i' .. th of hier cargo, by a piratical
sell and -..,, .i C'f... Antonio.
March. Hall Books.
Fortunately a U.S. vessel has arrived at the scene
of these daring robberies, and has already protected
two fleets. It is to be hoped some of the villains
who tave so long preyed with iiapunitv on mercan-
tile property, and been guilty of the mest savage
acts, will speedily he caught and brought to justice.

A letter from Leghorn, Aug. 21, to a gentle-
man in this town says, The Turks acd Greeks
continue fighting in the Levant ;but Russia
seems disposed to remain neutral. Coffee con-
tinues to improve in price-small lots of "j low
ordinary to ordinary" have been sold at 22 a 223
-" Good ordinary" is likely to rate at 23A to
24 in Oct."
A Madrid paper of the 9th Sept. says Prince
Charles is to proceed to L:sbon, with his wife,
on a visit to her parents ; and will be absent
about four months.

The seh. Mary, which arrived on Thursday night
last from a Mackerel Voyage, on the 28th tilt. fell
in with the wreck of tlh ship Sea Fox, of N.York;
but had lnot men- i..-i an to" orid-votar to bring her
into port.
The Ma'y sailed on Saturday, witTi a new crew
an d navigators, to erdea vour to find the wreck, but
if'sic does not discover it in 3 or 4 weeks, will pro-
ceed to North Carolina, on a voyage.
Two pilot-boats have been despatched fromN.
York, to look for the same vessel.

[OlAn article on the subject of Nantucket
S. Shoal was left at tile office last eveningby a
gentleman ; but as his name was not inquired
by the person who received it, and the subject
is important, we are unwilling to publish the
communication till we have an interview with
We are requested to mention, that, in the
laInst No. of the Christin Disciple, at top of page
329, there is an error of the press-and those
whIo peruse that work are desired to read endow-
ed for"endured.' Also in note, at bottom of
came page, Phili. if. instead of "Xr." and Coll.
II instead of "X." and Acts 1f. instead of XI.
In this town, on Thursday evening last, by the
Rev. Dr. Baldwin, Mr. Henry L. Ingralimn to Miss
Abigail Trask.
A, .. .. t... T, Mr. Samuel Cum Daings,2d.oflthat
pa'.. i.: '- .iih Folsom, of Hallowell.
In Castine, Mr. Isaac S. Coffin, merchant, to
Miss Susan H. Stevens.
In Pawtucket, Mr. Nathan Lazel, Jr. merchant,
of Bridgewater. to Miss Nr. .i:... I ,.....' of
Abralihani W. Esq.
In Norwich, Mr. A. I1. iHubbard, to Miss Eliza
Lanian, daughter of the Hon. Jumes Laniinan.s
Al Upper Red Hook, on te 30th inst.liy ile Rev.
Mr. Kittle, Capt. John Downes, of the U. S. Navy,
to Maria Gertrudc, danglhter of Heareman Hoffnian,
In P. ..i. I., Lieut. Charles T. Platt, of the U
S. Na ., .. '\I,.- Fiza Ana Walworth.
In Baltimore Lieut. Willian H. Main, U. S. Ar-
my, to Miss Marians 'Maria VKeiane, of that city.
In Baltitmore, Williamr Stewart,Esq.to Miss Char-
lotte, daughter of tlie Hon. Win. P nkney.
In this town, Mrs. Sarah D. Foster, aged 37,
widnow of tLe late Mr.Nat han Foster, of Cli irleston,
S.C.-Mrs Lydia Moor, aged 7--Mr. David Hot-
lis, printer, aged 34.
On Saturday last, Mr. Cailvi Howe, aged 41.
Funeral iris afternoon, at half past 3 o'clock fl'roa
his late dwelling house, No. 116, O0 t.:, ..,,.... ,
O Sandar eRvening, Mrs. Annr Sih ill, rid. of
Mr. George'oI. .,'r _, I A"
In Medlbnr,.o. .I e.r....;. last, Mr. Thomas Bel-
cher, aged 23.
At ..- ; 'r... r. s James Brown, aged 63.
In I.. .1 ..... l .1. .. J W sii of the Rev. W um.
Montague, ag'd 7.
In Foxhurougli, Mary B. Bird, daughter of the
Rev. \Varren B.
In Pirtsmonth, N. H. Lynan Spalding, M. D.
aged 46.
In Mintpolier, Vermont, Doctr. John Crosby,
*aged 51..
In Phila. Alexander Sidney Coxe, Esq.
At Philadelp hia, Fi aileo, only sia of Dr. N. C.
Naiicrede, aged 4.
At Baltisore, Oct. 2Isl, hannah Foster, wife of
Benj. W. oste', *tir''i 12? fonmetly of Boston.
Ir Petersburg, P' .... T. Nivisoi, Esq. of Nor-
In Portsmouth, Va. Mrs. Tamzis Snlitli, wife of
Capt. Jolhn Smith, a native of Orleaes, Mass.
In S. Carrolinri, Judge Brevard.
In Charleston, S. C. Dr. Jacob Schmidt.
Ia Cliirlostor, Mrs. Coo-Mr. H. de la Vincen-
In Savatnilh, Dr. Win. Riley ; Capt. James Ab-
etson ; Messrs. .os. P. Sibley, Robt. Blackstone,
Wi\ Marsh, Rd. Stakes, Andrew Slhefield, Ediw.
Cottoni, Win. -ar:'ett, Johin M. Hairvey, AXii-'o

Dyke, Jobt. H .i. T 1... Paine, Thos M'Wal-
it-, John I I ,,Grace, M'rs. Lydia E.
Perry, Ann Moore, and Elle n Boundy.
In Truro, Ohio, Mrs. Sarah Morris, wife of
Thomas Morris, Esq. The deceased \was recently
from Warehlam, Mass. iand her maiden name was
In Kentucky, i.... i. lock, Esq. Member
oh Congress eiect- .. i!... Montague, late of
'. h,,,. !on.
At 5t. Pic'ries, Mr. Jacob Porter, of Charlestown,
aged ,2j luitlu of selh. Eliza &Nanacy.

Palladium Mdarine List,

FRIDAY. 2-Ar. shell. Comet, Lear, (of
Hinmham) N. Orleans.40, and 37 from ithe Balize.
CLEAtEa -Brig Orlando, Besse, Bi'azils and a
market: sell. Gen. Grrtiiie, Bears, Alexaiindria ;
sloops Spartan, Hubbell, N. Yolk ; VisscherIngra-
liahm, Albany.
SATURDAY-Cleared, ship Houqun, J. iNashb.
jr. N. W Coast and Canton: ;. C I... "teph.
Brown, Cape de Vcrds ; Riilic. \ .. i. Lor-
inr, Marseilles anid a market ; Aurora, Benij. War-
ren, Gibraltar anid a market; Soplhronia, MIyrick,
and Halcyon, Rnssell, N.OrIcans; G ..... ..i. .
Charleston ; Polly, King, Richmonid. H .i ,
N. Crosby, jr. N. Orleans ; Globe,Hill, Richmond ;
Apollo, Crowell, Bali. ; Mexican, Whiton, Phila.';
sloops Mary, Baxter, Plymouth, N C..; Sattelite,
Jennings, and Floret, Mailot, N.York.
sA.tE CAY-Ar. brig Henrico, Luce, Richmond .;
sells. Little SarahCollier, (of Cohasset) St.Pierrcs,
21 ; Winm.-Penn, Foster, Philatd.
SUNDAY-Ar. brigs Onslo. Collins, Curacoa,
24 ; M ary, Hicks, ..1 I ... ,i.:..., Alexandria; sell
Leo, Fosler, Elirabeth City.
TheMarv is 46 days from Alexandria, and 6 from
Hampton Roads, having been detained some time,
under Sewell's Point, by sickness.
MONDAY, Nov. 5-Ar. brig Ardent, Hooper,
(of Marblehead) Rochelle, 60, with '.,"v (107
pipes) vinegar, ochre, and wine lees. o i Oct.
28, lat. 43, Ionr. 62, brig Margir et, 3 dayr fr. Ports-
mouth. Nov. 3, 20 lea W. of Cape Sables, sch.
Swift, ft. Bay of Chialear for Beverly, 450 qtls. fish.
s.AtE AYtv-Brig Cobbosse C(',ie, (of Gardi-
ner) Havana, sugar molasses,&c. Sil ed Oct. 8.
On lIte l1th, ofCape Florida, tihe Cobbossee
Contee carried away her maintopnaast.
Brig Palafox, for Bath, came out in co.
l ..ia -. i .. 32, Ion. 76, 30, sell, Pearl, 5 days
f. I .......-. ]. I ., ,i r.ida Norfolk sch. 8
fr. Cape Hatyien. -i_.Hr I i i- brig Mary, Irt. Jarm.
for Sl. Jotahn
SAME DAYv-Set's. Maine, Bugnon, Charleston,
9 ; Nancy, Crocke.tt, (ofTholnasto',i T ...- i.. -
The former spoke, b3d iast. oh the H FI, h.,. i..-.. 1.
10 fathoms water, brig Barzilai, 4d ,: i1 L i ....
for N. York.
Capt. C. left Capes of Virg. 29th ult. Ship Bris-
tol Trader went to sea evening bafl'ore.
SAME DAY-Brig Statira,B at; ; asel. Little Wil-
lia kii Richnlond.
Capt. K. left at Hyannis, on Saturday morning,
schs. Gen 1 .. ..a..,. : ..i ar. aid Reindeer,f'.
Eastport. 3 .. i. ..,i, U3. om Halifax, for N.
Voik, sailed on Wednesday.-Paeket, Hall, fur
Philad. on Thursday. Spoke theilatter,same after-
noon, off Falmoiuth.
A sei. supposed to be the Hector, hence, passed
Ityatnnis ni Saturday m rornin e.
SAME DAY-Brig Sonmers, .' Cape Haytien,
27. Left, Oct. 9, rile Embargo, to sail in ..I ---
Bri" Agenoria, Mitchell, ft. Kennebink, .. 1 .i.
ari-rince, touched oil' th. Selt. Success, of Sii-
lem, for Gonaives, sailed diay before.
Spoke, 24th, lat. 31, sel. Cornwallis, 2S days fr.
Jam. for St. John, and supplied tier with bread.--
26th, lat. 33, tIon. 78, sel. Mary, Goss, 8 days fr.
Marblehead for Savannah, leaky. .Nov. 3, lot. 40,
Ion. 68, 30, brin Active, 35 fr. Malaga fur i. York.
SAM..E oAY-Brig George, Liihgow, Havana.
Sailed Oct. 20, wih 9 sail, under convoy of US sell
Revenge-parted co. same night, in a gale from (lie
the N. 22d, off Cape Floridi,t saw a s 'e. supposed
to be the R. a brig and schl.in oo. In the leetl,brigs
Dolphin, Canaingiamn, for this port ; Philadelphia,
for Philad. i Faile, Providence ; sell. Louisa,New-
Left George, of Portu.... hl.... P.. reock and
Jane, for this port, do. ; ( it. I,... im ....Can, Bar-
towv, Port au Prince, do. : ... idle ; brig
Alfred, from Mobile ; sell w( m.... '.......... 14 lays
from Boston, just ar. Tle ', ... i. i, H irris, for
do. was loaded, to said next (lay.
Brig Margaret, Marrti, in I.1 from Castine, ar'.
10th, an.l ,.t ...- lo M ariet.
Brig L.. .- I-. %-, for this port, sailed a week be-
fore, capt. loetier.
Brig l'ioenix, Brown, for hisport, sailed 10th.-
Sehs. Cathlarine, Collins. ..I L '. I .1... i ., i i ..... .
and Richmond Packut, ( i. i .. it ..t. ,
[The Phoenix was spoken 15th, lat. 25, Ion. 81.]
26th, it. 29, Ion. 80, in thle night, during a storn,
o tlnder and ghtning, was run foulrof by a sell.
aind had tile plankshear split, forward, windlass
bits upset, c hain-bolis broke, and the channel, ec.
on the starboard side,carried away. SIre proved to
be aFatriot privateer selb. of about 160 tons, but
did not learn- how much damage ushe sustained. I n
the confusion, one nan, (a .t'renchrianl) got ou
board tio George. He states, that the sell. vas fr.
Triunlad, into which port she entered, under Dutch
colours, and shipped all the men they could obtain,.
ai 15 dolos. per month; and after sailing, the capt.
stated tlat lie had a, commission, and should c ap-r
tura anySpanish vessels they fell in with. She had
been lying to, fror4 days, and the George was -the
first vessel soie had fallen in with.
The sch. was called the Esperanza, Capt. Coe-
man, witl 4 guns mounted and 2 in tihe hold, but
only 15 men, being bound into St. BarLs, to refit-
Saki to be late of Baltimore.
Spoke, 3d inst hat 40, lon 721, brig Gen Jackson,
fi'. 'Teneriffe forN.York,having lost ailaintopiast l2d.
SAME DAY-new sloop Phoenix, Butrr, Fait field;
schs. Delight, Holmes' Hole ; Enerpurize, Stiall,
Eastport, 8 ; sloop America, Portland.
SAME hDAY-Schr. Eliza Jane, Milton, Philad. 4r.
Left Edgartown oB Sunday morning.
-,. ,', il-rigged bri g, unknown. Wiund E.
'.. ..--:... Tryal, Mart. 'via Wiscasset, moe-
lasses ; Mary & Eliza, Bath ; LorenzoPortsmondti;
sloops Mai, Churechill, Hartford ; Maine, Portland.
CLEAkREDc-Brigs Two Friends, Smith, Charles-
toil ; Suisan, Portland ; schs. Wallace, Josiahl Gor-
lham, jr. Havana ; Success, Stubbs, Elizabeth City
Sea Serpsnt, Salem ; sloop Empress, Nan ticket.

Went o.ssa, on Friday, ship William,Savannah ;
brigs Columbia, Sicily ; iwo Brothers, Honduras ;
Jane, and Feoany, N. Orleans ; Joseph, Phila. ; sells
Almira,rof Coliasset, for Madeira and Cauaries:
Francis and I'. n. 3t. Barls ; Victory., IHalifax
Gen. Grecunr, ..i. C Halddam, fo"r Alexandria i
Lellona, of Brookhiaven, fr N. York; sloops Ly-
dta, of Faihaven, for Africa ; Glib, ... Z .
press and Spartan, N. York ; George i i.. ,
Nantucket. Evening, shobs.Wlile Oak, Hammond,
of Duxbury,for Alexandria ; pacific Lewis, Balit.
sloop Floret, New-York.
Sells. 'Traveller, for Savannah, and Jubilce, of
Duxbury, for Philaud. went to sea on Thursday ove-
ning, or Friday ; also, sloop Wanton. Sloop Bos-
ton Packet, for Connecticut, (i Thulrsday evening.
Below, wind-bound, brig Polly and'sell. Ann Ro-
sinas, for James river ; and others.
Also, sellh Janus, for St. Jago, anttd sloop Mcry,of

Shannon, Messrs. N. L. Starr, ussell, Creelnar,
Clark, Spence, Goldricek, Mr. and Mrs. Chariton..

By the George we received Havaia papserns, et.
4 to 19, inclusive.
neVANA, OCT. ti-Ar. Jos. S. Lewis, Philad. ;
sch. Liberty, Powar, [of Bostonrj Marseilles ; sloop
Sailor's Rights, coast ofFlorida. 12th, sell. Allfnir,
N. Y. 13th, Peacock, H'arraden, Bostoi,22. 1i tli,
sloop Leopard, Mattenly, St. ,\]""',.'"r, ;9". 151h,
brig Argo, Lincoln, Portland, h tl Satellite,
N. Orleans ; Mary-Ann, Charleston. 16th, D)uteh
brig Mercury, Smithr, Ma-scillcs, 7 habtiag been
ulhoidered, by a. piratical boat miff St. Aatonio ; Sp.
polhcreN. S. (Ie la -Muar, Sisal, 13, having been rib-
bed, in C rrm .".r .'. ,,. r r: Ax'res schl. 17tii,
brig Lev. ., ',....: .., I' ,l ',,1,,24; schb. JaneMil-
her, Bostons, 26. Up, s'|' T- Ilim,...j.. .' Orleans.
The brig Success, ir, li .I...I I. ,.r Havana
Sept. 11, for PortsnouthI, pit back, Oct. 11, in con-
seqaence of the injury she ruteeilel, Sept. 15, on the
coast of F'orida, in a hurricane. SIte carried iro
H. two ins, of the brig Cosmopolite, which was
wrecked on the same coast, on hier passage from
Charleston fo. N. Orleans.
Sailed, Oth, Sp. brig S. iitenaventlra, Philad.-
12th, do. d1 P. ; .-', I ir ballast. 13th, shsi
Ariadne, Dieti .. r i 14,thl, sch. Alorzo, IN.
Orl. lull], brig Dolphin, Boston. 17th,Frederick,
Ar. oa Sats-day, sloop Enterprize, Nantucket.
On Snnday. sahs." Naichiester, Allen, Btaltimore ;
Oliver Crnrtuu acll. Hlohnes' Hole.

Capt. Clark, hite of the Spartan, has ar. in town.
The S. lost her rnaats, rudder,.e. split her rudder
case, nmid shifted her cago, Sept 30. She iwas
thrown so f.ir on lher beai etinds that her keel icas
about 6 feet out of water.
Brig Romp, Jordan, from St. Ubes, (Sept. 13) at
Freiclnimans Bay.
We have received a St. Thomas paper of Oct. 9.
Ship Indus, fr. Pacific Ocean, for Nantucket, ar
at ?'.. 1 ,, .. Wednesdayy last,with 1400 bbls. oil
-:l I ,r. CBffin, and Rambler, Worth, 'fr.
South Seas, with 1800 bbls. serm, ar. on Tlhursday

r-id Fritai' Pituinan, fto'rdo. '.:,h "f '..'"i n -
urday. T io: ltlcr via Coquinlbo.
"S h1. Rn '.-1!;l or, iir'.-', sailed f'. Ii i.
on Thluri-.,av !rt. "r'00m;nIg Ril portion Sat. mrnlriS .
Sche. l!;',m irtefri,"i Fort Rtoyal, ar. atlt Old 'Yor
oi IVed.csdily iastl.

At St. Tm'nnti, Oct. It, Pactolus, Nickerson. of
Bu'ksmr:'t, dis. ; hbrig Visitor, Rideotit, of Bathl.-
Scil. Artri,, don, Boarne, of Sandwich, sailed to.-
St. Domimo 3 dnysr before.
Bri'! Fnraw.e-, Bridge., from Rotterdam, for think
port. 5 or G lanys. whs at St. Ues., Sept. 20.
At C;ipe tlaydien, about 14th milt. Billow, in 2' ds. -:
Favorite, 3 : Onily Son, tine. ; Havtien, vessel sold
Scei. Nancy 8& -Polly", l.awton, of Newpori, sailcd
samio dahy, for V'iltini ton.
AFrench ship, under Prussian colours,firom Bor-
deaux for P. au Prince, ar. at the Cape,on the 12th-
having oiln board 38 men, belonging to tih Patriot
privateer Columbia, Capit. Pelot, stranded oni Silver
At St. Pierre1, 13th nilt. 'Ann, Lincoln, Bostoi,
1i2 ; Eliza & Nanny, Gne, do. 6, (nmale died 7th) ;-
brig Sophronia-Dole, Wade, do. i8 ; brig Edwin_
Portlan ,'-20.
Sch. Franklin. Foster, ofthis port,was toI sail ir
lOdays for St. Thomas. The Mary & Elizaiheth,
Wliitemiore, was at FortlRovai, a fr''v days before.
Brig Thos. Edwardh, .li., u from Turks 4Island,
was -i... .: at Havana, Oct. T5.
At II ,. .,, ict ~ 115,. :glht, Norfolk, 32 ;
brig Comet, Keyes, .. i .i, for Phila. 27t1i
Am St. Johns, (P. R.)Oct. 15,sclhs. Amiora,Thaci-m
er, 16u d ays from this port, iar. S1th Mry ', fr. Bath,
ar. 14th.
At Lisbon,Se. 22, Ohi, Tunrie discharging ;
Prince a Grove, Glover, of Scd,e girk, to sail h c
or 8 davs for U. S. Sitp itohls iad hIrn releasedi'I .
At S t.sJohn, N. B. about 21st nlt. Loire, Bass t
Philm. next diay. Thue trancis-Milier, for N. York,
sailed same day.
Ship Edward, Haylvard, ar.at St. Baits in 36 ds.
frornm Norfolk.
Brig Lliunra, Holman. 41 days from I .i. ', -r. at
Leghorn Aug. 27-Dan u E, mlndicoIt, i l i .1 .1 ar
ithl-ship Friaris, oifdo. from do. ar. li.
Brigs Ptlaiter, a apam, i 0anrtPotlomaeRihmi-
anyds, it 2-14 days fro iis itort ,hiave ar. niM alimzas.
The former was ini pnr, lh nilt. eo '-itt in I' "t' -
MAary, of 'Providence, justar. 'Tlie (C, l ,,.- t'...ti
of do. sailed same lay; for Tu crks Island.
Theu Bosion Paicket, of Kemnnebulk, 2 idays from
Virg. has been spoken itn tat. 36, Ion. 73.
Brig Sarah Ain, um barid, from P. lin Princed
for 3usl Kee, spoken o;l C'rooked Is!anih, Ort. 14.
Sell. Hlannah, Adams, 24 la\i fmi-m Trini -dai mo
this por, wants spoken Oct, 21, alt. 33, long. 79, antd
supplied with r ad, having been robbed of lie r pro-
vision", by a pirate.
Brig Fainah, of N wbsnIromrt, 60 hours from A-
lexiudria, was spoken Oct. 27, lit. .33, lon. 72.
Ships Chase, lt days fr'omt N. Yo k for Sr. Croix,
was seen Opt. 15, lat 32, lmn. 70. [Joseph Bales-
tier,,Esq. of St. Thooms, a passenger.]

Ar. oi Sundav, brig Alonzo, Smniti, 6 di a a fro
xMararn am. Vessels eft, hefluree rar thed. Srke,
Oct. 16, lat. 30, 30, oon. 67, schr.li Vicer, o davs,
hrom Hanampl Roahds for St. Thomas ; had expe r-
lem end extreme had i wealiner
., .' ,' w r..d oAnson, Grove,30 lay- from La-
(.... I.. r,i l., 5, schi.E dmioni. from N. Yorkt
just a r. Spoke, Oct. 16, lat. 2, ln f69 30, chr-
! Pegiiy, of New-York, from Phila. for Flispaniola,.
11 dlays ont.
Saie dav, brig Eliza & Mary, Griffin, Russiai
via New-York.

Extract of a eller, daltetad Cunco, 10th Oct. r'e-
treirlved l Ifis perl.
SThins morning, thIe Spauishl privaheer Centel-
a, 6 guns, atnd 150 men, enteredI this port, for'
tlie purpose ofolhtaining iti-Splies, andl to land
the second l officer ot a Patriot privateer, which
she captured, a few days smne, r after n smart ac-
tion of three hours, in which several were killed:
and wounded on both sides-anumng the later'
the officer abiovementioned. Prom the i' ircunm-
stance- of Spanish privateers having of tite conm-
ri;ii. .. ..i- i.i,- depredation on the com.-
rb ,.m ..l... I ...I..iy, being sejvernl in nnrnbet"
which infest tlie coast, and having lacy taken
two Dutch schooners from Arua for this port.,
and sent then to Porto Cavello-Ihe I ( .,,.l i
hlad no sooner entered, tthan hl-e Govemrcor lo l h
an arrest upon hier, anuid after an investigation,
it was found she had many Dutch sautbjeets onr
hoard, in irons, who had been taken oaut of the-.
captured vessels. This transaction is here gen-
erally considered an act of justice Iowards those-
mernhants whose property has suftffered from tihe
depredations of the marauders: antd we ihaun
every thilig to expect from the en'rrgetic meTas-
ures oar governor will adopt-that thIis act of re-
taliation will be the ineans of restoring those,
vessels which hlave-bee sent to Porto (avello "

The Br. brig Venus, Proctor. fr. Liverp ar. at ilia dlize, Oct. 2. Sailed, liris 'in. Penit
and sloop Suran, for Bonton. B61ig Antonio Ulri-
ca remained. Tile U. S. sell. Porpoise, fr. Pcnsa-
cola, was off the Bar,.
Scht. Three Sisters, Scot, h ence, ar. atu tlhe Turn
4th. Brig Edward was aboutt 7 nilesh below Trhe
Venus was hard aground at tile S. W. Pa s
P,;.. t,. J ..... Pnrringtmur, ofT harpswell, for N..
Y o. m 1.i; .'I I rliiari n.
Ar. at Savannah,i '.is, ., .- r l tonTnker,Lisv-
erpool, 70 ; schl. Farmer's 'ancy, M'nlyre, Thonm-
aston, 10.
Ar. at Charleston,25th, Br. shii P I .. io,- iT;v-
erpool, 46 ; steam-ship, N. York, r., i ,j, I "r.,:-i-
,- 'In 'f then for N. Orleans and Penaco'a, ....,
Si ... ; iBr. hrg lPrhtnompts Kay, from Ave,
seCl. Miller, Slonc m, Boit0i t i pii n-. n,_.>r-, r..
and cMrs. Si b tons, Cai. \ I i.. .... ",1 ... M.
-Hosier, R. Corbeut, M. Chase, 1]). ani J. Barllatt,
S.( --. IT. H. Clark, T. Brown, I). and J. Da-
vis tI tL. is, P. R. Baiker, G. Dickinson, IV, A.
Kidd'er, G..W. Ewer, J. Seard, and 5 in steerage.
Ar. 26lti slh. Olive Branch, T"hing. (of KeLiine-
bec) Maraicaesuho, 22, for N. York, leaky ; sloop
Win. & lHen'ry, Gibbs, Boston, 8, vith los's of bow-
'spit and smallN caile. passengersi, Mr. Campbell,
lady and two childri.1n. Messr's. Tui te, F're nhli,Ma-
son, Ma'lrston1 .-ur'dyvWisons Osnlorn, and otlihers.)
Sailed from Richmond, 2uml, ascis. Pa'iriot, Butn-
ker, of Saco, for Savannah; Bolsey, Prince, Ports-
Up at Richmond, 29th, schs. Cornelius, of Thorn,
aston, for Charleston, 31st.
Sells. Susan, Baxter, and Thri Sister Damond,
hence, atP .-. .; I ,,,. I .- .., ; t o 31st. C l.In-
faint, C olli .. I t-,i I.m I', .,,, ,,r young do. ;
Aloor Sea Serpent. Ely, do.
Brig E.izabetI, Will iams, for Amtaerdam, hau l.
at P,.mr'tmm,,,,. Sirp Har'mnniy was to sail 0I th inis!.
for i,,, i. i.-.,i anti Savau nai l.
Ar. at Norfolk, 25thr, schs. Lydia, Cr-.,mll, Yar-
iomtlh ; nmt. Newport; sloolySHalne, Davis, Sau'o.
Cl. shi Bristol Trader, Pelecrson, of Bs'on, fo
Gihalatar. At. 8tlh, sloohp Rocetk N. Bedi dl
Seh. Madison went to s'a 2 1Ii,, frmrm hile Cn'Cus.
Ar. ant Alex andria, 1st ist. schs. Canine ,i''rant k-
fort ; Penguri, Salem.
Slihip Atni.1on, M'Kenuzie, of this pott, 5C ft-.
Waterford, witli 10 passengers a. H Baitl. i' .
Ar. 31st, scl. Sieihrn-Joaes, G:eSt. Andrewa.,
and p1t for Chnrulesonu.
ClNeared s chs. Victorv Surli ng, Sal.nm ; U.n.
Jackson, tlallet, Boscon.
Ar. 1st inst. huim Phileani,t avuna.12 ; shi.iam s-,
St. Thions-, 15. ltBelowt se'h. I aitstry, C S. .
Sit. Rebuca si Salli, 35 dais frm St. V'.,.
ar. rt Phsilad.
Shinoo Reertlator, Citadwick, fr'omi Alexandria and
Branishywioe, et. at Pltila. 30th ult. and ip for New-
port and Providence.
Sloop Enterpriz/le, D'exier, for C. Haytien.cl.31st
Am. 1st imst. sets. WVm. &e Freai eiek, St. Jol.nt,
P. R. 19 ; Comet, Ncwhurvport ; sloop Charles,
Warehlim. 2d, Br. Br. lrig Jane, Dmulin, 19; seim.
Packet, Delano, (of Fa iitaven) Lishuon, 56. Cl.
ship Electra, Robinson, London. Up, sch. Will-
ianm, for this por1t 4th.
Sel.l Planet, Denaison, from St. Andrews, had
ar. at Wihniht' tom D. 2d.
At'. at N. York, 1st inst. sell. Abigail, St. John,
N. B. 10 ; s ''.i .'.. ... r itd Mechanic, Bos-
ton ; Alert, Ci m. ii brig 'I'.. .. ., Harris,
Antwerp. : sch. mim;,. -Iiggiia. -, i.'.. Sail-
ed, ship Conslittuton. Up, n :I harhit, of Saco,for
"ii ....... l' next day ; setm. I ,,..*, for Monme Vidf-,o

and Buenos Avres ; sloop Williau,RackliffEdento t
and Muirfreesuoro,' 4th.
Ar. 2d, sloops Comet, Boston : Brothers, N.Bad-.
ford, for Phila. Sailed, ship Rt. Edwards. Up, hrig
Charity, of Saco, for Port a.i Prince'; Olivo & Sa-
rah, fr" do. ; sch.Betfey,ofP .. i.. ,
Ar. at N. Hlaven, 1st, sloo i .. I I ,. ., -
Sailed, 2ld, brig Dirigo, N. York ; sch. Coltm1ia,
(fliom Falmoutih, Ms.) do.
The Geo. .. for hiport,up nt Alban.y.
Brig Plhoeb. ,, '., 1 '. frsam ta.selerrematCastiie

The rtth-c- t fading ship LONDON -Ti TTILLIf.fI H. WARD & CO. have received
P( PACKET, C-pt utt.cv, will sail for ', per t'a,-.:;,n.
Lo.tidn i 1,th iN Noral r tm tu".' For i 4 sinle an d doulie milled Flannels.
f orei ti pas-ie', a'ls tl Mt 'NSON &, BAR- Singt ',.ul1 t-ati Haiw, and spotted Swansktns,
NAI (, No. 17. (Ctc-tal-wharr. or ihe Master on Baoki; blue Platins,c drab Kre,-ys, &c. mc.--
hor'r,i a' Rowe's-isa j->. e jst"-. 01t.1 t Wh'icth arc fir sac at No. 16, Central-street.
-. FORSa \V '.-':' H. Ntov. .
.-. ward Candle', masie'-wll saiol for the t UST rrcori-d air itle St-re of tte late R. J.
alcove po t, ot tFlie 8th Nov. wind anui weather ler- NiRO t'N. 'c CO. London, Shetietld and Bir-
miniog. For frtiTht r ptassag wli'h w;Il he on inithau G, ods--clc'edl from *Ie iatesi and oest
thi ms-t reasonabte term-, apply to t .IeON THAN patrns, co-mprizint tlich Londun and T;. ".
DAVIS, No. 2.5, India-wharf, or to the muslcron hrn .Lantmp of variqs. kinds-Sheffield ..
Lonrd. at said wharf. n tInin;nlam Plated ware-Tei aund Coffee Sets-
Liktwise--For FREIGHT or CII RTR. to C'.ake Baskets--Candlesticks-Castors, with rich
anv Souther, Port, or to lf- W 'st-itndies, a very silver rmout:ini.t,&c-. co.
fine hih tl-kede Schooner, of 117 tons. Apply at Jewehrv of diff',-ens tinds. some very element pas-
No. 25, India-wharf. Nov. 6. ters--- Pearl and Garnet Rinds--Brooches and.
For CARIILESTO''. S. C. Earring .-Likewise. Topz. tand Peal.
L Tihe re ,ht, n ut k c-usehtthoonerGEN ER An i t loni f assoit,t nt fi n Jan u nod Goods--such
*- AL BREWER. D. Hill, master, will sait a-. Plate \Vart,,rs--,:aitu's, Bread, Chlieee and
on Stun'day (lie Hiltl insl. wind and iwealier permit- Knife TTrays. &*e. c. Nov. 6i.
ting. F-orfreighto, passa., I, ; ..... .... CA[?PETINGS, BLA- i', I &c.
odut-iowas, apry to IC oard l i O. L. DEBI.OIS o CO. 39, India street,
Lon-wharf or on board a have received per ship Parthian, from Liv-
The fine new 'hir. FORNAX,J. HJnk- I hale Carpelings,
.in's, mau-ser, will sail in a few days. For I I do. 31 point Blankets,
f-teiglt or passuaoe.havinit first rate arrommodailtois,1 I do. drab and olive Flashins.
pply to IENI'/ tOV.v CO. No. ?13, STAN- T, S'ore- ca-, Si:k Shaw !. Nov. 6.
TONFlSKE &. NICHOLS. No. 19,Cctniral vlarf,
or tihe naster ionl board opinile. Nov. l. BRIT' H I LCE GOODS.
For LUBECAIND ( Ot ENTRY CUTTER & CO. have received pr.
,: 1. tor-gultt.EC Aet tS .."'O'RX, B Partltan, thirty bes and cases BritishI Piece
I't." -0 r X Goodh. u lhich they offer for sale at their store, cor-
--- ltIony throls, rmasteir, will sail on ier of Sate-.i, ce epis3w Nov. 6.
,' .. u .. .' next For ', or piac'te ie pul to
tlc master oni hoardn. it.. I or CRACKPON & REilMO)VAL.
HIOWE, No. 12, Contral-wiarf. NNv r. i'THEW M. HUNT hias removed from
HENRY HOVEY & CO. o _' .''o. 66 to No. 57, Broad-street, Chambers
.23Ce, ral-r over Mr. Ashl'ir Benjamin's Paint Store.
1 AVE FOR SALE,Nov. 4is.
,200 kegs manufactured Tobacco, No. 1, approv- I R I I 'i \ X I .
4 ed nialiv, various brands, -UST iereived per Parthian, London Packet'
400 ke-s dlo. uo. Nt,. 2, and other arrivals,
300 -., "W. do.ommn' 20 casks fine Rose head CABINET WARES,
500N I', I his'' Wool, English WroughtNails, Lion Paw and round
00 i.c' s fltne i'n ist, Brass Balterv Ketles, 'Castors,
100 bbis. Flour, Bdtimo. ard-stf 25 dozen Elnglish SIhoe- Commode Knobs, &c.
50 do. do. do. Howard-street, els. GILT WARES,
30 bales Cotton, cis. GILT WARES,
"0 llds. James River Tobacco, Real London (L)Blister- Gilt andt lack Snaps,
30 do. Rapptnthainnock do. ed Sieel, Waist Clasps,
50 do. Kentuckv do. eplm. Nov. 6. 3 tons Liverpool (L) do. RticulHe do. Purse do.
do. Fancy H!ooks & Eyes,
SPERMACETIOIL, TOBACCO, &c. I c-ae best London WatchKeys,
1 g MI HHDS. tierces aind blhs. Winter strain- Wvintdsor Soap, Seals,&e m&.C
ed Oil, warranted of bestquality, 1 cask strong Wood Fashimable double and
tierces Summer Strained Oil, Screws, suitable for treble Gilt Coat and
200 hlhds Lone leaf Kenntcky Tobacco, M Machinery, Vest Bvtttons, some ol
300 bhlls. Balimore nperfine Flour, 20 doz. Brt. Fry Pans a superior quality,
20 hius.A Slt Croix Ruin, Anvils, Vises, M. M.:Buttons,
1000 His, Lemon and Orange Chrome ,. 11 .. Best London Ink Pow-- Fancy Ball and Glass
60 carbovs Oil Vitriol. For sale bvy i \ .. der, black and red, Buttons,
THACHER, No. 35, India-sireel. Nov. 6. Bundles Pins, Pound do. CUTLERY,
Sadlery, common and Knives and Forks,
RICHARD D. TUCK ER & CO. Plated, Rodgers's another Pen-
No. 32, INDI-STREET, Locks, HI-.e-c- s.rews, knives,
tAVE for sale-100 bolts half Duck ; 50 ps. "Jnpaned 1. i L.,, Scissors, Razors, Suws,
-,.- u Jews Harp, S. Wing's G. S. and C.
4 bales Isimlahs, Spectacles, Steel and S. Files,
200 hItls. Mess. No. 1 and 2 new Beef, I1 ,I P, ws, Plane Irons, Chisels,,
500 do. tosin ; 10,000fcelpitch piae Boards, %l-.. ....I Ink Stands, Gouges, Spoke Shaves,
20 puncheons St. Croix Rum, 1 'i., ...- d T'ongs, &c.
100 casks dry MaItga ,? WIVr YE entitled English Japan'd Lamps, Henuning's C. S. sniper.
50 ( do. sweet do. to and silver cy'dNeedles.
In i Havana "- ..-. dehbent'e. -ON I-.IND--
t hi. .I. Kentlucky nd '_'. i T. bacco, 20 boxes German Lookin"e Glass P1ates,
Altabima C .tnoi, Pualin t Nov. 6. 4 cases German t I :.1t Saws, 7? feet,
P-R1t l,,tOi, n. .. i together with general as-
PRIMfE Li) *. A C f ', .. .. .1.- i-. Goods. ALSO,
,' j B ALES Ipime Louisiana COTTON, now A good as.eormcunt of PIECE GOODS, compris-
,:.- landftsin onfrom si, -'otut, from New-Or- ing Boinbazetts--Calicoes--Cotion Cambrics--
leans. and for salo by OLIVER, BOIRLAND & Muslis--Talby Volvets-Flannels--Ve-tings---
ABBOT; No. t21, Centr.tl-whlarf. Nov. G. Glove--Ctt on Hdkfs-Broadeloths-Cassimeres,
S-- .,, ...rmentof Cotto
i* -'-_ '. .; ... ..... .. -, ,, .. ,, F "k alk on t advan-

J &J.L HOWE, No. If 1 -i,--- f It -I lauding
from schr. Little '\ h.:I. .-...i I .. e,
250 bblis. Richmond, (May's brand) superfine
Fluor. n Store,
Fresh Alexandria stpe fioe Flour,
ls o-20 bags primIe Coffee. Nov. 6.
k 1-HHDS..Leaf Tobacco--23 hhds Rye--
*- ,. 200 Sides Soal Leather, ... ... from brit
MIary. ALSO; 6 btales Cuar'aw-i- Goat Skins, andti
for sale by RICE a THAXTER, 27, Long-wharf.
Nov. 6. isS.p.
JT><& l Bbls. Supertine FLOUR, of PRIDE'S
" t6 1 brand, lan ,,., i ...... i. ..
sale by JO N A T IJA N .' I.'.I ; \, h. _. I..I. ,. *, ,
Nov. 6.
e-, SILVER, BORLAND &, ABBOT, No. 21,Cen-
w. i.'al-whaif, have for sale, now landing from
sell. No ey' itfrn P..r'm heb ii'-.
150 t bl ll \, i.l ,,.. -"LOUR. Noc. 6.
Surinam 1 .I '. -'x atd ,St. Croix Runt.
HHDS heavy Surinam Melasses, and
l l .( 6 lincbeol ns'prPltii te St C, .. -l; I.. t
landed. For sale by ADAMS & '. -, .,
38, India-wharf. Nov. 6.

JUST rreeived and ftr sale by PICKMAN,
ROGERS & CO. No. 24, Inditia-wharf,
19 bags GINSENG. Nov. 6.
Nov. 6.
T TIERCES and lb half tierces prime new
SRice, landing from sehr Geeral Brewer
from Charleston, for sale it No 27 1.. : ..' by
Nov.6 5spis RICE IH \''l. t ,
TOSIAH BRADLEE & CO. No. 29. India-
streect, have for sale, landing foino brig Florida,
75 pipes Rochellc ...... .te.a 's brand,
11 do, Cognac do i :i,. ..i.t- Richards brand,
entitled to debenture. Nov. 6.
W1 ITLMINGTON and North County Tar, for
/ sale by RICE &K THAXTER, 27, Ltng-
whf. if Nov. 6.

A fo al No. 40, Central-wharf,
AVE for, sale,
101 htdts. Salt,
6 clhaldrons Liverpool Coal,
100 hhds. retailing Martiniqnut Molasses. N. G.
Doubloons, Dollars iend Exchange. _
C RACKBON & HOWE,No. 12, Central wharf,
S have for sale,
I[I Doubloons,
4000 Spanish Milled Dollars,
.170 pounds sterling, payable in London.

JOHN W1. LANGDON, 33, India-street,lias rce-
S ceived Iby tlhe Lonidou Packet, Capt. Traey,
56 cases of Sheathing Copper, manufactutred by
Shears, including every _:,r f( m 16 to 30 oz.-
which litt of'uris for sale. .. 1 .I terms.
In Stlre-3 cases 32 oz. Sheathing Copper.
Oct. 1. epislm. l

'. .%i, WINE, COTTON, &c.
1 HIHDS. Antigua Rum,
960 dotm. Santa Cruz do.
15 pipes old Madeira Wine, which has been ri-
peniing in St. Thomas for two years, just re-
ceived per brig .l .. K. & Sarah, and schr.
Horatio, from St i......
S6 hhlis. Id and 4th proof St. Croix Rum, (an en-
tire lot)
10 (tdo. do. do.
20 pipes Bcnecarlo Wine,
20 half do. do.
120 rit. casks sweet Malaga Wine,
75 do. dry do.
15 half do. dto. do.
10 (r. casks Sicily Madeira Wine,
134 bales New-Orleans Cotton,
40 do. trime U-land do.
6 1o. do. Sea Island do.
100 boxes do. I ... -Havaua Sugar,
10 hhds. do. .' -'.irleans do.
160 do. Keniucky and Richmond Tobacco,
40 cak- Rice-lo0 bbls. Mess Beef,
4. casks lHams-30 bbis. Jones' Scotch Snuff,
100 hoxes Welsh's No. 2 Chocolate,
250 kegs spiced Salmon,
3 boxes Havana Cigars, Ke. &c.
For sale by JAMES ANDREWVS, No. 43, Cen-
tud-wharf, episGvw Qct. 6.

. ... .... i I L l i 2, P hil-
lips' B13 ildings, Kilby-slreet.
Nov. 3. Stkt a2wif.
J UST recei ed and for sale by SALISBURY &.
CLEVELAND, 1 case ln-Brass in sheets,
100 bucdles Iltbach's German Steel, of the best
/ quality, Also,
Bristol Porter Bol tes,
Crown Window Glass, &.c. Nov 6
t- ADE and warranted lby JOHN ASHITON-, Tr.
i ? best Silk Umbrellas, Gingtham, Cotton and
Oil Cloth do. (very low for cash) at No. 24, Marl-
boro'-srueet, near the Old Sothli Meeting House.
Nov. 6. coit6w
I ADIES' Silk and Beaver Gloves--back Rib-
AL. bons, Nos. 2,3 and 6-lblack and white Crapes
-Florences-Sewing Silk-black and coloured
S.... i tntines-Rel s-Gtiuze Vehlvis, &ct -
.',it W n. i .... Wi ein ca-ksk ., ,. ...-- ,, i- .
Basket Oil-Ahnonds-Colo, .. I\ ., .i .
and Dupont's Gunpowder, for sale by E. COPE-
.LAND, jr..69, Brond-street. Nov. 6.
F OR sale b"y ICi'i. i ROGERS'& CO. No.
2 4 I,. ] ., I .
A few c -W t. *':! Sitchaws, )
Black Sarsnets Of senior
Black and colored Sewhigs, ( quality,
Nankin and Cantton Crapes. .
Imported in biIll Governor Edicot. Novs"6.
F OR sale at 69, Broad-street, by E. COPE-
LAND, Jre.
.i!so, CRAPES. Nov. 6.
M.GRUBB, at his Card Manufactory, No.
GV77, Fish-street, has on hand, fifty dozens otf
Clothers' Jacks, of superior quality, which he can
sell low for cash.
Cotton and Wool Casds, as usual--Machine.
Printers, Cape the VVqrd, and Cards of every denom-
ination, made at short notice. Also, a quantity of
Sheep Skin Pieces, suitable for Shoe Makers,
which he swiill sell cheap. Nov. 6.
New Mould Candles, Flour, Indigo, &c.
OULD Candles of all sizes, put up in the
LT neatest order for exportation, Tide Mill
Factory brand,
Best Dipped Candles, 6, 8 and 10.
No 1 and 2 Soap, in whole and half boxes,
Fancy and Windsor Soap,
Pahsn Oil, in htlds. tierces and bbis.
Oil Lavender,
14 hlds. W. I. Rum, entitled to debenture,
600 Sides Sole Leaiher-5 hhds.Vir'g. Tobacco,
20 kegs Manufactured Tobacco,
150 do. 1st and 30 do. 2d sort Lard,
50 bbis. Mess and No. 1 Beef,
Neutral aIndJamaica flavoured Rum, 4tl
Brandy of a superior flavourIr, & 5th
Gin do. do. proof
Landing from schr. Arnn Rosina, jrom Petersburg,
and Morlt. Star, front Richmond, Va.
460 bbls. '. .. ,. City Mlills Flour,
105 do. 1 ..1 .. do.
380 do. Richmond City Mills Flour, I Haxall's
50 llf do. dodo .o. 5 Brand,
8 hh lids. Leaf Tobacco-7 Niles N. C Coltton.
For sale hv DOWNER & BALDWIN, No. 29,
Merchants' Row. 3lis. Oct. 23.
PER, &c.
ILES LODGE, No. 43, Broad-street, has just
Received bv the Milo, from Liverpool,
20 casks dry White Lead,
20 cases Sheathing Copper, 16 to 22 oz.
24 cases Sheathing Copper, 20 to 30 oz.
12 cases bright do. 22 to 28 oz.
10 casks Red Lead,
50 lttds. very old Englisb Copperas,
12 casks best English Card- ,ire, assorted, Nos
28 to 33,
10 rolls Sheet Lead, 4 to 6 lb.
Lead Pipes, suitable for Aqueducts, ali sizes.
August 31. istf

20C HHDS. Martinique MOLASSES, now
Landing from brig Sarah-Morrill. Ian
'for sale at 41, Long-wharf, by TOBIAS LORD.
Oct. 23. epis3t.

O(.)S GALLONS real superior old Columbia
j0'0 WHISKEY, put up in 3 gallon demi
iolhis. Just received, and for sale by JOHN P
PA\YSON, No.9b,Iidia-streot. episif Oct 16.

Ei has received a further su-pply % ltte Superior T
fLEMION SYRUP, I,r box or retail. ....... .
.Ctlo, fresh Mala.sin Grar,-- and Bunch Rasn=c The Managers have the pleasure of announcing
Curtra- t, Tur"rkey FI as, wn a rood assor'mcut t;h the Ent'acement of
Grtcaries, in patlic tlr thie articlt- of Terts. w.rchlI
are always selected with care from the -best tchitps. IMR. COOPER,
For a few nights, previous to his departure for the
LO.NG tU7J. TO LET, Soumhward.
OVER No. ,40, Marlhoro'-streeT, ; it i s ,itable
for tlhe sale of Fi niture at Auction, for which pur- Mr. COOPER'S second night.
pose it has b, 'n -,pr.'ed T- vould make a
good sitaation for wholesale Dry Goods, or Shoe TO-MORROW EVENING, NOV. 7,
Store, (rent moderate.) Inquire as above. WIL n13, pa RFOrsoaTt,
Nov. G. A celebrated Plattv, i 5 acts, written by
Tea, Fresh Raisms, Bottles, 4-c. c. J.c.H. Pane, Esq. called
500 boxes Mtscatel Risie Or....The Fall of Tarquin.
500 aroc Wine ad Ptel Raisin Bttle BRUTUS, - MR. COOPER.
50 chests best chops Gov. E tndicott's Hyson Tea. For other Characters see Bills.
1000 do. do. do. Saelcm's SuSuchong do.
30 casks London Brown Stout, AFTEF, WItcIt.
0 bgs soft shell Alnondfs, The much admired Farce, in 2 acts, called the
100 His. Sheri Isinglass, HIGHLAND REEL.
100 .hoxes and baskets French Oil, For Characters see Bills.
2000 galls. Winter Strained Oil,
100 boxes Spaish Cigare, (of Cabanas and Dos g~ Time of rising the curtain is altered to six
Amycios brands,) o'clock, precisely.
50 bnshels Hemp Seed,
50 ensks Rice, flandel and Haydn Society. "
Wines, Teas and Groceries b-,t 4. -" .. bst RGtL eei of the altoeSociety.
quality,at retail. /j til it I t i t t o'loe S o. iety.
COI, TiM'Y MERCHANTS Nov. 5. '..- LEWIS, S&e't;.
C AN be supplied with cr-ties of Crockery Ware in A. Musical Performance will be irenrt at the
the original package, assortedd expreso-ly for t-
the country trade, ofasuperior quality and on the COLI, "II l N MIUSEUTsI-Tremont-st.
most reasonable terms, by g-T bHIS EVENING, (Tuesday,) Nov. 6lh. The
COLLAMORE i& CHURCHILL, .A'erfonnan. will conist of Overtures, Sin-
No.48, Marlborough-street, who have just receiv- fonas, hc. by a y:,ung Lady, Amatitur on the Apo'h-
ed a large addition to their stock by the ship Par- no.with Violin, French Horn amd CBn:. t ,: mitan-
thian from Liverpool, con-i tine of printed edge, inment.-lis- Piinton will !sing I .,,. Sonits
and cream colored Ware ---- ompiit-s every ar- of Down he B urn Dav Love ; Robin Adair ;riIe
ticl wan-ted in a Country i ore, which wiill Iessold Bonny Bold SrUiier-, The Little Wanderer Be-
at verve low prices. law3lis Nov. 6. iold t,. I.. I Vernal Rose, and the Night Et-rant.
V -' ill he i" e Comic So,,gs of For ia
GEOGRAPHY AND ATLAS. ..t ; Sprigs I. [......I; Paddy O'Blarney, and
I, f :-I '. New and approved School GE0 the Learned Pi,. The Duteuts of Hail Liberty and
i: I'fItY and ATLAS, for sale by RICH- Good Night,by Mr. and Miss Phlsmpton.
ARDSON & LORD, the Publishers, No. 75, Corii- Evcnings of Performance Tuesdayvs and Thurs-
htill Nov. 6. days. Admittance to the whole 25 cents only.
H AS for sale, received by the Herald, 1-/' R COBB has set up his table, in one of the
,5 cases Prints, __31 Rooms occupied by Mr. VALn.uTINTE iS an
5 tao. Cotton Camibrics, Academy, for the prpoITse of instiructing Yeoung
2 do. I.,I- ,,_- .-.. Gentlemen in the above branches of edication.--t
2 do. 1 '.i. '. I..:- -, IHours from 6 to 9, P. M. for Book Keeping-6 to 8
2 do. Dimoties, W i;,,.
3 do. Umbrellas, 1,. :.- who have applied for Book Keeping, will
2 do. Linens, please call immediately, that the evenings of tuitioni
2 do. Cotton Braces, may hlie fixed o tf Nov. 6.
2 trunk. '- .,... r Cambric, REiMOVAL.
1 case Worsted Bindings, "-T BISHOP, Gunsmith and Culler, takes tilis
2 bales Blankets. W opporttuoity of thanking his friendt'and the
-ALSO, IN STORE, oPENED Public for the ,.1. I .1 ... ..... .. ent he ]has rceei-
Kerseys, BI I, r. ved during his residence itn i.-- ..--- *: 1. ..-1 -..;-
Boihbazets, I t ,,.i., to inform tthem he htas remoni --I. i.. ,,.:. .
Hosiery, Vestingq", opposite'the Post-Office, where he contihnes to car-
..... Cambics & e. ry on the above Business, and hopes still to merit a
Purchasers are invited to call-ent race thlrotgl share ofI heir favors. ,Nov. 6.
Mr. J. C. Hick's S.I-or. 36is3tos Sc1. -25. BOARDING.
B ALLARD & PiHlINCE, A ;Gentleman and Lady, er two Gentlemen, can
YH No. 4.1, Marlboro'-stect, f_ be accommodated wiith a Parlour at No. 6,-
IlAVE received the principal part of their fail Cornhill. Likewise four Gentlemen can be ac-
supply of the following articles, viz :-Brnssels, Ve- commnodated with i'board on reasonable terms. Pay-
netian,superfine Kidderminsterand common CAR- ment would be ,taken in West-ludia o.- Hard-Warve
PETING-Imperial, Brussels, Kidderminster and Goods if retno:~--d. Nov. 6.
Wilton Rugs-Stair Carpetiigs-Green Boekitg- I- E f LA A D.
F-I ittle Lii-Carppt Binutig- T lA IV 19- D)LLAR_4 1? liiARD.
-, .-..... -.Curtain Pl s-Bil lird Clotis-- I oST aon Sturday the 3d inst. a Pocket Book,
I -, 6 s Sept. 2 ...... -;... inetvy to one Hundred Dol-
S. lars .. ,ill i. i.-- I .. one note against Joseph
FINE LINENS. Piecee, for one hundred a,, I I ..' ... Dollars
O-IOHN FOX, No. 12, M'arket-Row, np slairs,,has---- ; -.. : .. led .. .. .. 2, 1819
S received for sale, a fresh assorri.cnt of extra i ,- I .tSltaw, I 1 I... Dollars
fine 4-4 undressed Linens, of a superior fabric. I.. --- ...i ,.t .,..1 Jay, Nov. 1820-one do. a-
,Aiso-An asFortmenti of low priced Linen Cam- sains Marshall Warn. n for tifty-thiee Dollais, da-
bric Hdkfs. ; and ,a few pieces of supel ine Filan- ted Jay, May. 1820-with several other small Notes
nels,i warranted by t.e maker not to slh-ink i:; .ash- tadl Patpetrs,- of io tuse to any one but the owner.-
2mis. Sept. 21. The aboverc reward w ill be paid for the Pocket Book
B tUA E t rtrAttT and contents, or Five Doliats for the Pocket Book
BO-MBAZEI 1 and Papers, oin apolication at the Palladinii-ffice
6 BALESi I ,,,i.. ,,.. ,., eived for Nov 6. 3,nis.' WILLIAM COOPER.
e saleb lt NI iN No. 24,
State-ct et. e ist ct;. 123. T-.NTED to purchase in the vicinity
.. ---- ifSudhurv, or Haivwins Streels, a House,
C A !; i t 1 1 L 1-1 .' '. for ..., -. ,, .. f, :1. for two small fam i-
ISAAC SCHOLFIELD, No. 124, Killhy-street, lies,value fr..... -.. A line addressed to
hasj. i .' -'-' i '.: -- i.. ,-ells Carpeting. P. P. and Ict at the Centmcl Counting Room, des-
Als, .. ... i. i..... Carpeting and ,. t i. t.., iL and No. quantity of aand and price,
Wilton Rugs. Saved list blue Cloths, entitled to i, I.. I tto. Terms of payment one half,
debatiure; assortiedt Cloths; Queen's Clothsl; Pe- or all Cashi oti the delivery of the deed.
lisse Cloths, c. lawifst. Oet.3. N. ov. 6. 2pis
No. 1, Kilby-struet r"HE Chambers of Store No. 21, Elm-street,
fT AVE an extensive assorltente of S_ now occupied by Mr. MOSEs GRANT ; they
": HARDWARE I, FANCY GOODS, are \er spacious, an.d will e found very coovem,-
ifor sal-, itcap for Cash or undoubted NotesI. Ient forany business that requires large rooms.
O,,t. 1. Clis6tos. For termis apply at No. 4, Dock-square, up stairs.
....- ---.... Nov 6.

FEW Ipieces of German Flag H-andkrchies, T O BE LET--A part of a House itn
A tIvilled and of a much superor'-.quality to '. i Derne-slrcet, ito a small respectable family.
either ..: ., i ..; ,-t.1 -4, 5-4, 6-4-, 7-4. and 8-4 I lnqtite al thie Palladium-Office. Nov. 6.
Merino 1.- i --.. .. and Imitalioi Casheie rr Wth a
Masits--Thread Laces and Edgngs-- Thread OUNG Married on t a
Lace Dresses and Veils-Gown Pa'I lerns-Bonbna- good breast of Milk, wishes to take a Child
.. --i .d short Kid Gloves-Cashmre and to Nirse. Fo r lfurlther pariiticulars, i nquire at the
i for I .. .. ... .. '.. Palladinm -O ffice. Nov. 6.
Leghiorn StIaws-superfine Pelisse Cloths. To- iOL t V I L t [.. _.:.
gether with a complete assortment of Merino and T AR-D 7& WHITE, No.4, Kilby-street, (Up
Lama Triminigs, just opened and for sale at No. ', Stairs,) have on hand an extensive assort-
79, Market-street, wholesale and retail, by meant of
*Oct. 23. epis4w... The fore r Cu stomers of B. F WICITE, lor this

LONDON STATIONARY. article, .an always be suIppied at the lowestprices.
Oct. 23. 3spis.
-f No. 63, State-street, [TO. 10, Merchants'-Row, have received per
AS just received, and offers for sale, N London Packet, an additional assortment tof
30,000 best London Quills, different qualities and FINE GOODS, which are offered on favourable
p-rices, terms, viz :-
Medium Writing Paper-Demy do.do. .- Gentlemens' English Silk Pocket Hdkfs. of the
Folio Post do. do.-Foolscap do. do. largest size, and assorted rich pattern-allsilk,
Pot do. do-gitt edge Letter do.-Black do. do. Super 4-4 black and white Ginghamst, for town
Plain do. do.-Balh Letter do.-Drawing do. trade,
Red and black Scaling Wax, Ladies' black and colored Englishl Kid Gloves,
Do. Wafers, large and small, best quality,
Do.'Ink and Ink Powder-do. Lead Pencils, Do. do. and white Silk Gloves-Gentlemen's do.
Paint Boxes-Ink Stands-Letter Stamps, London Twist, in balls f atl colors,
Sand Boxes-Desk Knives-Paper Shears, Sluper ahile Welsh Flannels,
Silver and plated Pencil Cases, some very ele- London Cassimeres, fashionable mixtures and
gnutuet, with penknife blades, sc. &c. other colours,
Also-Chalrts ofal the elifferee, partsnof lte world Also, the Genutne (L) Steel,
Genuine Day -a Martia's F-t... l ,,..., Halback's best German do.
Likewise-40,000 Rtssia ,i Itl. is2m Oct SD Brass Kettles-Britisi Crown Glass and Porter
Expect .' .' -, cr. Parthian,
T HE copartnership htretofote existing nder Au assoitnce-t .i Pt ,,.,*I and figured 8-4 Cassi-
1 the firt of CARTER LOVERING, is by mere Shtwls, aud 5-4 b Clack Bombazines.
mstual consent, this day dissolvedR. All person's Oct. 3. epistw. s-
indebted, are requested to nmake immediate cpay-
SmentS and all having demand ds, to present thent for SUGtAnRS, &C.
adjukstttentto JOE L CARTER, whoe is daily au-n 7 Bbls. prime Bruazil ':',-- A ,, ,
thotizede to settle all business of said fitrm. )age 1396 tpoabnds do. ill. ,
JOEL CARTER, 11 bhls. beot Green Coffee, for sale
HARVEY LOVERINt. by NATH'L. CURTIS, No. 12, Rowe's-wslrf.
Bosto, Set. s5,1821. Oct. 23. 3is
r ESPECTFULLY inffns htis Friends and the m F. COOLIDGE, having received the agency
Public Clt lie tuts retoed so Chambtrs Fo -end of twro sery extensive Manufactories, luas
Pb tte se eoC e constantly for sale, at tue Manufacturers' prices,
9, Market-Row, frontittg Cornhil) ; where hie will Green, Scarlet and Blte UMBRELLAS, war-
t continue to receive Constgnments of American rauited of the very best qualhiy. Persons wishing
Manufactures and make advancemeutis as hereto- then for exportatiot. may he supplied with any
fore ; while ttndering his thanks for past patron- utanty tt fmavorable terntis, at the shortest suttice.
age, he solicits its continuance. Orders cill tlso be received for Parasols of any te-
C. has hor sale at, extensive assortment tf A-.- .Ordtis fo be Sring tra -Paslf any d0.
mcricatt Manufaictued Coods at fair prices., nerltion for thi Shring trade, epistf. Oct. 30.
Sept. 7. 3pis lawistf. PELISSE CLOTHS, &c.
F'RNFCI-H PAP-ER-ANGINNGS 5AMUEL BURDIT-r, tas ott tautd a -ansldsome
FEW Itales los-ricodFrencl Pahpeir-ang- ro assorthuntof Peliss Cloths, of fashlioaatle
itugs, assorted por ihct 1unrty tiade, hor sale o, whi e|, with a coed a ssortment of other
ga ti-lboro-llretc conty tiade, of st alne- Seasonable Goods, are fbr sale at moderate prices
at No. 59, Marlboro'-strect, corner of untner- No 9 niiCourt-street, opoit tte old Cor.it-Hotise.
street. JAMES H. FOSTER. dOt. 23. e
Oct. 30. ishv

NEW AND ELEGANT PATT.RNS. ]TAMES HI. FOSTER, has received by the brig
J. BUMSTEAD & SON, Olive, from Havre, via New-York,
A6 No. G8. CORNHIILL, A few cases and bales PAPER HANGINGS,
H AVE just received by the Wave, from Havre, : ofnmw and fashionable patterns, with ric cloth and
a part of their fall supply--20 cases, containing nn Pailt Borders. ALSO--A variety of common Papers
.1 .-.., .riew of nesw patterns, selected from some a. nad Borders, which are now open and for sale at
.t1 .. M:nufactories in Faris. istf. Oct.23. No. 59, Marlbore'-street, corner of Summer-street.
a IL-'Perso:.- I.,.i.,,. or repairing Houses. who
. S OPPED, supposed to have been sto- are in want .- ,, s will find a good assor'tmeat
. len. a eil- 'r P-r-'v and Tea Spoon, b ty at the above Store, and at low prices_
Geo. S.GOdi'*.-.i,)i .. A..n-stueei. Nov. Aug.31. (istf.)



THiS DAY, at 11 o'clock,
-Arr OeFiCE--'alir or foul,
100 boxes brown Havinia Sugar-25
hhds. iMuLnco\ado do. entitled to debenture.

Siciy r .:. ,7 Wine.
THIS DAY, at ELEVEN o'clock,
Fair or foul, ainmediately after sale of Sugars,
Al F. \' i ay's one story Building in Comninerrial-
street, near the. upper and jof CCenral-wvltJ',
82 pipes, 1TO half do. and 340 quarter
casks bicily Madeira ... now landing fom lbrig
1% .1.... froutm Marsala. The above is Wood-
hoise's brand, of tb i- _..- of 1Mif1, stated by hiul
to be equal to anv .,- i. has ever shipped.
ALSO-3 hids. Dwight's best Rye Gin-7 bales
Upland Cotton. Likewise,
43 bbls. Ohio Whiskey-20 casks best French

LERY, S,c.
TO-MORROW, at ''even o'clock,
-.t Office-
5 -boxes 12 by 9, 5 do 13 by 9, 48 do.
14by 10, 14 do. 15 by 11 WINDOW GLALSS ;
22 boxes choice FRLENCH Ws N E ; 2 eases SAD-
DLERY,consisting of Stirrups.Suafite. Bcadoou and
tae ; ...i. i,:., Harness buckle,,Brndle Buck-
les, .,i I -].:'.-, Collar Buckles, .Dash Iron, Gig
Trimmings, &.c.

On THURSDAY next, at past 10 o'clock,
Opposite No. 19, Centirol- whatf,
25 pipes Cognac Brandy, Otard's-25
do. Roclielle do. Rasteau's, now landing i;oni brig
On THURSDAY next, at 12 o'clock,
(or immediately after the sale of Brandy)
Opposite No. 38, Central-wharf,
82 bhds. prime Muscovado Sugar, eu-
litled to debenture.

TO-MORROW, at 11 o'clock,
Opposite A. IS, Central-wuhalrf
N o w i ..i ,1 .
30 hhds. and 120 bbts. Prime CIDER.

On FRIDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
AT OeFICE-N1. 8,[Kilbq-streei,
The following Goods, just received,im-
ported in the last ship at New-York,viz :-10 bales
Rose Blankets, assi ted, 401 pairs in a ale, ol'f 7-4,
8-4., 9-,1, 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4-1 case superfine
Twist Shirtings-1 bale figured Swansdown Vest-
ings-1 do. drab, brown olive, Co. bea and blue
superfine Coatings-1 bale saved list Cloths, of
mixed, drab, olive, brown and blue-1 do. super-
fine double milled Cassinmercs, consisting of mixed,
brown, blue and black, bnlue and drab mixed, & ..-
2 cases assorted Women's'black and slate Worsted
Hosiery-1 bale blue Cassimeres, double milled-1
do. middling blue Cloth-2 do. of beautiful Cloths,
consisting of olive, claret, Oxford mnixt, drab, blue,
brown and blackd-3 cases 6-4 Cotton Cambricks.
FRENCH GOODS.--1 case black Taffeta Rib-
)tons, No. 2, 3 &. 6-1 do. No. 1, colored Galloons-
1 do. black Hank Gailoots-I do. fine bik. Crapes
-1 do. double clinii Galloons-I case mixt Cassi-
meres-1 do. fine and superfine Lawns-1 do. as-
sorted Linens, in hall pieces.
Elegant Londotn Firnitures.-2 cases first quality
London Rolled Furniture Patches.
The above are a very fi e lot of Goods,and town
and country purchasers vilii find it for itlir advaitn-
tage to attend the sale-they are requested to call
the day before and examine the Goods.


TO-MORROW, at TEN o'clock,
AT OFFICoE-Yo. 14, Centrd-street,
A valuable assortment of British DRY
GOODS, viz. :-2 bales blue Cloths-1 do. Sattin-
etis--1 do. Cassinieres-1 do. Duftils-1 do. Rus-
sia Diaptrs-2 cases Calicoes-1 do Suspenders--
I do. Cambrics-1 do. Cravats, figured and plaid-
I do. Cotton -- --.I. .- iidkfs.-Twist--.
Buttons-- -. ,. -4 1 --I'i, .I I I.,ii- &c.
Also-An invoice of FRENCH GOODS, con-
sisting of Florences-Ribbous-Sattincts-Gloves
-Braids-Levantines, &o.

TO-MORROWa, at 11 o'clock,
South side of LTDIA- WH..RF,
(Postponed from yesterday on account of the wea-
32 hhds. prime St. Croix Sugar, suita-
ablef or retailing. Also, 25 boxes Havana white
Sugar-25 do.do. brown do,
-At Private Sale-
A few bales Ravens Duck-I bale Russia Dia-
pers-1 bale Duffils-2t bales Bnmbazetts-7 cases
blue and fancy colored Calicoes-I do. 4-4 white
Cambric Cravats-1-i do. best S:ilk Twvist-1 do. Star
Twist Buttons. ALSO-I cask Box Coffee Mills
-400 Ibs. Annis Seed-100 m. Russia Quills-600
r. I,< .. Paper-30 baleS Spanish Tobac-
(... ,I .. (- .-- I boxes Havana browni
.. .. -i.r' boxc. ,': 2 Chocotite-8 bales
!. ... ... Lambs' Wool-600 bbls. Mess, Nos. L&.
2 Beef:


On THURSDAY next, at 9 o'clock,
-A1 Ofjice-
1000 pair Men's arid Women's Moroc-
ALso-great varietyof PIECE GOODS,folr cash.
THIS DAY, at twelve o'clock,
18000 sweet Oranges, in prime order.

On TUESDAY next, at 12 o'clock,
The cargo of brig Harriet, from South
America, consisting of 35t10 prime dry light sealed
Hides-4650 Ox iorns-which can be examined
any time previous to the sale, on application to BA-
KER l- HODGES, No. 30, Intdia-slreet.

TO-MORROW, at 10 o'clock,
AT OFNIea-No 4, Congress-street,
Will be sold,
The following merchandize viz. Gre-
cian Cotuchs---air -cloth Sofas-Sidelnoards--
Secretary and Book Cases-Grecian Card Tables-
common do.-Light Stands-Ladies work Tables-
Mattrasses-Manhoigon Bedsteads carved and tlut-
edt-Down aid common Beds-r- Pianoforte (Cle-
menti K Sontis, make)-Looking Gitasoes-Travel-
ing Trunks-Bureaus---Cokiig Stoves---Fa'ncy
and common Chairs-China, Crockery, and Glass
Ware-Kitchen Furniture. With a variety of Fan-
cy Articles.
S Also, at 10 o'clock, in front of Ogee,
A good draft Horse, suitable for a truck.
N. B.-Cash adlsanccd on Cnsignmnents.
[I~7 A young Man wanted in the above Of ce.

SUPPOSED to le driven away from near Quin-
Ic 1 I 1i. H use about ten days sintec, an
entire I i -. ,..*:7 ,' ., wiih very whitt ltornst fo r
years old giving about two quarts of milk per day,
and is exceedingly I. Any information re-
specting tier will be _. ,,.Ini received by the stb-
scriber; and if stolen, a suitable reward will be
-: .. for thledetectin of the Thief, or the recovery
.-QI i Cow. JOHN PRAY.
Qttincy, Oct. 24, 1821. Stis

A FEW days since, on the t- ?- road from Lan-
caster to Boston, a '.., .i plain Leatherl
WALLET, containing from 30 to 650 in five and
ten dollar bank notes, several vi,-i'ii e .wdr, and
one Boston 'i..... H- house Tick. i. '.' 1.... hass
found the same, and will leave it at the Centinel
Counting Roomi. shall be eonerontly rewarded
N ov.. ..: -



THIS.DAY. at 9 o'clock,
AT lrviCE-A--. 2, Ti,-tr ,t-et,
A general assortment of DRY GOODS.
Alr-- ease Coonai Ferfs -l do. plaid Garni,
ture pilil-on;s 5 12-10 pieces superfine Inaraiu
Ca:peting, hand-ompe pattertn--.- o 000 :'ce Iron,
Sut:pend!er Baltonste- case tit Coat and Vt S do.-
1.50 bs Ct Wire, No. 6 a 7-300 eroep black
Iook, andi E-e'.-S300 do white do.--i ftw pieces
iert sumcri or bik Silk Vprhe ,--No. 3 b!lik Taf-
f(-la, ai No. t 9 i assod Taffrta R -bons--
bf-I- Kidd intitstr Carpelin-t do. Dfils-l do,
Bi aket-.-l ease 3-4 plain Cas simiere Shawlsifasli-
ionab e -olors.
JI 10 o',b,;cT--S ca--es Wk. tialian Sewling Silk.-.
2 do. best !Naples Sevitng Silk, blaek, blue, and as-
sorted colors.
Also, by the Packas_.,
2 Bales Hind, Silh & Co's Bia-k Bombazetts.
N. B. The Sewing Silk will be cold precisely aS
ten o'clock.
THIS DAY, a .1 past 12 o'clock, ir,.' It-.
Landing from 1.;. IT. ... s-.otli side Ceniitrai-vbf.
150 hbls. fine and 50 do. superfine Rich-
tmind FLOUR. The fine Flouris said to be equal,
to superfine.
10 zeroons yellow Bark-1 case coloured. Thnk
Ribbons, for Shoe Dealers.

On FRIDAY next, at eleven o'clock,
.di No. 44, C.,, ,'-,, I /,,.f,
2000 Curracoa HIDES, chiefly dryed.
-Condition at sale. "
BY EP)i; \1 I LOCK.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
AT OtFFCE-N o. 5, Con,,res.-sireet,
31 1..- I.,,. 1' ..... Coffee entitled to debenture,
8 i.i-. -l bt xes Havana do.
82 *boxes yet;.w Soap-12 do. dipped C' Cndlcs,
40 do. Oli e Oil-a few whales Qoills,
1 half pipe and 4 I r. casks Londlo Pnirlt-clar Ma-
deira Wine, of lhe Ibes quality for faiinily- nse.
Purchasers are raquestd lto attend in season, as
most of tle above are to b)' sold without reserve.
For account of the ln--'--, or whom it may con-
12 boxes white and Br -wii Havana Si'ar, par
tially udala fed., a boar-i ih *ci h. A ,r< : ('Culmba.

THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
On 0 -1l,,a-wtl-f,
114 boves white, and 309 do. brows
Havan'a Sugars.

THIS DAY. at ONE o'clock,
Opposi!e Merchants' Insurance Office,
-Failt or 'itil-
SO Chaldrons Sidney COAL.

Havana Sugars.
On THURSDAY next, at 11 o'clock,
Under the .Arch on INDI.A- WHARF,
(Unavoidably postponed from i, ; ., ,'I
114 boxes white, 309 do. l.ii.,,n alv-
ana SUGARS, landing from schr. Trio.
At Private Sale-50 bbls. No. 1, Pork.
On FRIDAY next,.at 9 otelock ,
AT OFFICE-Ne. 15i, Cetntral-sereet,
A variety of seasonable Piece GOODS.
BY ELi-.il \ PARKS.

Furniture Sale.
On THURSDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
At a House in Leverett street, nearly oppoito tlhe
New Gval.
A variety of Household Furniture, be-
longing to a Gentlenman leaving: t ... n. ... "i., or
M hlogat- T LI .I ... C t.-,,, I'. .', I. f: p..-
and field J .1;1..! L.. i. ,,I C .1,1,,. .., u.,. .J
Looking Giass, b: ass Fire Se i i ., ti,
Knives and F r=0, G' ,ss Wal-e, Kitchean iFuniture,
Table Linen. ', .. e.

TO-MORROW, at 1.0 o'clock,
S AT OtricFe-t Vo. 20, I 'h
Packages prime GOODS, received pet
ship ParthLan,aund other late arrivals, vlz :-Pti babies
r- ...t. 1 1. ..i. i .-. a o- rted t cilors- 12 do. twiilled
.,1...I. .I ,l filledd and plain do. black-I do.,
cassinere Sliawls, assorted colors-4- case-i Prints,
dark colors-2 do. 9-8 and 6-4l white Coinltic -6
bales'blatck blue and drab Cloths-I do. blue afun*
ters Cloths-I do, do. Ptlains-I do. drab KerIey-
2 do. black Yaleneias-I do. double uirlted drab
Cloths, suitable for real coant-6 do. white, r-ed,
Srte( ..1 t ., Flantels-1 iase firt- 0laitn laco-
net .\l..-i, I to. fancy Book and il .,11 i. i .-
lIdd GPown Patterns and Cravats-1 do.white Lilt-
en Thread.
Patte .n Cards of the above tnty be -etn at the o,-.
fiee. Cottditiots-satisfactory et do-seod Notes, pay;
able in six months.
VA PRIV.TE SaEU-London Sheathing Coblier,
from 16 a 32 otnce-Coper Nails-cooppoi P .'l-
various sizoes-20 tons Barilla-100 pipes I. ..i
pipes Canary Wine.
,_ LP L l-..L -'L.'. ;i-I. H.\M.

On THURSDAY next. it 9 o'clock,
AT OFtIca---J. 5, KilT-street,
(By order of an Execiutor of the Estate of a Gentle-
man deceased,)
A collection of BOOKS, among them
' Russell's Modern Europe, 5 vols-do. Ancientl E-
rope, 2 v-G;Ilie's History ofthe Wo tId, 3 v-Cow-
per's Homer, 4 vs .-. .- .. '- ...-'.. s Leo Xih, 4
v-do. Lorenuzo dE -i -- I of'Freder-
ick the Grea, 2 v.- -' i...... \ i.. i, 2 vols.-
". .....'- VWorks,3 v-Prideaux's Connextiont 4 y-
i Serilons, 2 v-S ileli's Phit losophvy-
Latlhrp's Sermons, 6 v-Ribertson's Scotland, 3
v-M'K'nighlt, on the Epistles, 6 v-Neal's History
of the Puritants, 5 v- Campbtll's Four Gospels, 4
v-History of the Church of Scotland-Plrieslly's
Corrtplion, 2 v.-Studies of Nature, 3 vots-Low's
Encyclopedia, 7 v. 4to. Piaties-Brownt's Folio Fa-
milv Bilble, P ltes, elegantly bound it Me'occo.
A.le--13 .Iolin de Castrn, 3 s-l Snvs She, 2 v--
38 Motler's Advice- 3 o Cotl. ,.'. V ...." -> 1
Juvenile Lavater- 11 Ovid's .i .- '"- -.
17 Entick's Dictionary-15 Jonrney to the Missou-
ri--Il Fretmai's Sermons-Stc-8f' ..,' D;-ipap -
2ti Self It..l ,-, -tti r ,,,. -. I .i -
wsreck-- ,-,I- r .,,,-,- -, ,, -- ,' ,.,
Col!octiot---39G Evan's Sor-,.'el, it <-'",.rti-ltOO
Trial of the W itnesseas-700 alconer's '-. .- I
iec. hc.
A Catalouge will be published to-morrow.

To be sold by Order of Coite.iat Public Vendne, on
MONDAY, the nineleenlh day of November
next, at twelve o'clock, at nonnt,
So much of the Real Estate of Thlomas
Lewis, late of EBoston, in the county of Suffolk,
.iMerhanit, deceased, its will raise the sum of twn-t
ty-e -Igt thouiiand five hundred tnd",, .,.-*'""i -".
and sixtr-sevetu cents, for the payrteit ol his just
debii ad the charge-s ofsale.
Said Estati const:i-s of a certain pie.a or parcel
of Laid situate ot Fish-street, at lliie rittlierly
part ofsad Boon, with a ik Dwsllig-HousO
standing tlhereon, and at the corner of a passage-
way leadin"t to Lewis' and Hai iock's wharves-

measuring on said Fish-street about tvienty-mnta
feet-the whole of said piece of Land contains a-
bout ten bundled and eighty-nine feet, more or less,
Also, one nudivided ltialf part of a Tomb, situa-
ted on tlie Sotlherly side of the North Burying
Ground in said Boston.
Said premises will be sold subject to the claim of
the dower of the widow of said deceased.
Conditions to be made known at -thle time and
place of sale. AUGUSTUS PEABODY,
Administrator tde inuis non.
Boston, -Oct. 16, 1821.



AlI the toils of summer o'er,
Peace and plenty round his door,
Who on earth so blest and free
As the Farmer ?-Like the bee,
All he sweets of life are his-
.'Large and full his cap ofbliss---
Who can envy throne to kings,
"When the Plough such treasure brings,
See his works'wilh profit crown'd-
Barns i .. i ..ddiled round,
J,:ke a I .,.., I' i
Draws within r circle near;-
S I 'steeds .I r I .... .r,
i, I,. if c o r n ', 1, I ', I > ,i .
Thickly crowded is Ilis fold-
Hi-armless sheep and lambs behold,
eLik-e the Cl riiana 'midst the diti
Of a noisy world ofsin-
'Fowl oviperous .. .. .
Pois'd with one fott on the ground,
Meet their master as lit. cones,
Cluck their wants, and shake their plumes.
When at midnight all is; still,
Hear his neese with voices shrill,
At the silliest it:onght of harm,
Raise the 'oesin of alarm ;
While lfrom the barn-yard round,
;Echoes back the screaming sound.
See the lofty turkey-cock, -
Monarch of the feather'd flock,
T,ike a haughty potentate,
Strutting round the yard of state,
Filled with anger fierce and dread,
At the sight of daring red,
Swell'd and gobbling as he goes,
Dire destruction on his foes :
But, like other tyrants, lie
Soon will lose his head, you'll see.
Ere the morn unlocks her doors,
Whence a stream of day-light pours,
Ere the bacchanalian goes
From his cnps to seek repose,
Here the game-cock's clarion peal,
Breaking sleep's mysterious seal,
Like a summons from the skies,
Calling mortals to arise :
While each faithful centinel
Answers lond that"i, all is wel."
Industry obeys the call
Rises, hastens to the stall,
And replenishes with food
All Iis stock and all his brood
Who around h im gladly fly .,
To bonnftiful supply.
Back tle huslandman returns,
Where his fire now briskly burns,
Where the partner of his joys-
.Rosy girls, and healthy boys,
Kueebong wilh bim round tile chairs,
Send to heaven their mnatin prayers
htus the year with him begins,
Thus the. raceto heaven he wins.

C HARLES VICAT, informs his friends and
lhe public, that lie will, this day, (Tuesday,)
begin with a new class of Gentlemen lor instruction
in the French Language. 'Gentlemen wishing to
be Members of said Class, will please to apply imn-
anediately. Horts from 7 till 9.
Mr. VICAT ill also receive four more Schol-
ars into his class ..f i'.'.. Wednesday and Fri-
eday evenings. I '. ... ..... 6 ill 8.
Private Lessons as usual in the course of the day.
Inquire at his School, Harvard Place. Entrance
opposite thel Old South. 2S, Oct. 30.
"nR. DURIVAGE will commence instructing a
Class of YOUNG LADIES in the French
language, oil Monday, the 17th inst. Those who
may prefer taking separate private lessons, will be
attended -it hi- ron -.. l:;i .i .. .. .. .. ,.....

ed at such hours as will not interfere with their oth-
*r studies.
His EVENING SCHOOL; for Young Gentlemen
will commence on Wednesday, the 19th. Those
Young Gentlemen to whom it may be more conve-
tiient may'receive private lessons.
One or two classes of Young Ladies, which may.
be formed for the purpose, can be attended at other
schoolss on moderate term,. I
Th ... ... ... ..... .. pted, and which has
been .- .- I.. .\1. .. U time past with ste-
.ess, ... ,: .. .. ... .....mpetent knowledge
of the language to any one disposed to bestow a
inoderate share of application to the study. The
pronuiaciation w ill '... 1 .. ..i i. t I ,1.1. .1 1o.,
Applications may Im Ii .. N .., rt-street,
Mlr. D. will lnmedi;itely commence instructing a
class at Cambridoe it the above language, anti
in Drawing and Painting. He will give private
lessons to those who may prefer. Apply at his house
on thi Comitstn, near' the Colleges.
Translations from tle 'French made with accura-
cy and dispatch. 3m. Sept. 11.
,\ TI', .; SCHOOL.
R. V.\I lN 1I.N Evening SBhool is now
open fior the season at his rooms Cornhill-
sqtnare,for rthe purpose of instructing youtg Geutle-
fiien in tlhe
A class is now formed for instruction in Penman-
ship an d Aritlnnetic, iti which a few more scholars

M1 I-..,FtI '.- .. L I. 1i .I0 !.'11

U 1 N1 %A U _.l. ... ... 0. .

Ns 0 'OCE.
Will assume l, .J i..- of the river from Atl-
igusta to Savannah I ...tton sipped on board
Aheir boats after the : : i., ..I ., I)er next.
S. C. PDL ."It President of
S. B. Coinpatny of Georgia.
Sept. 11. 3nm..
-'R. FOSTER, has: removed his School from
S No. i,. i,I1.11. i to that central, spa-
cious. and <..... ..,,,.:. i .... Cornhill Square, late-
ly vacated by Mr. Er.LLaENWOOD, and directly over
the store of Messrs. LANE &LA.Ison ; where he
cat, instruct tit a ddiliohal number of Scholars, in
the common and classical branches of Education,
ii immediate alpplication be made, either at the
School Riom (entrance No. 3,) or at Dr.DEXTrR's,
No, 53, Middle-street.
Reference Rev. Hisany CO.nMAN, '
Rev. HENRY WARE, Boston.
0l" Eveniniig School three evenings ill a week-
ilondays, Thlursdays, and Fridays. Apply as a-
Love. if. Oct. 30.
r O1 BE LET-A convenient Brick
Dwelling-House, tot more than five minutes
walk from State-sitrel, tcontainig seven rooms,
witha fire place in each. good cel at. vard, Uc, re-
cently put in complete vepair.--Also, a Philadel-
phia Stove and Funnel for sale. Apply to BENJ.
-IUDSON, No. 31, Fish-str-et. tf Oct. 16.
rO LET-Two large and very conve-
a- nient Chambers, over Store No. 20, Mer-
chant's Row. Inqhire at said Store. Oct. 30.
A MIDLli -AGED Wotma D, of respectable
AL.r ctoin:t'titns would take charge of a Gen te-
alan's.Fanm y. Every information required may be
obtain ed by pplicatiotn i ,lr3. Newcomb's, corner
of Unon ait d IHanovei'-st:eets. Oct. 30.
SGentlemian aii Lady canl have board in a pri-
5vate fami ly and .... I h .. 1, ii,.: C2entre of
the towns Inquire at t.- u ..I.n,,.. i ...
Oct. 12. 6sp.

T O BE LET-Three or four Snats in a Pew
Iin the North Gallery of the Chu'-chin Brattle-
street. inquire at ihl Pdaladium-oflice. Oct.30.
W ANTEDI a capable Man, lwho understands
the usual work of a Hou ,, ui I;,._
care of a Horse and Carr; ood .. .
will be required. Inquire at the Palladium-Olffice.
Oct, 30,

,^ ."OR Lfvntoot,
-,. The fast-sailing & stanch blig DIDO,
ak Ar.AEXANDER EaSTON, master, hav-
ing part of her cargo engaged, wiil sail for Liver-
pool about the first November, weather permitting.
For Freight or Passage, having good accommoda-
tions, apply to JAMES YOUNG, No. 4, Lindall-
street, or THOMAS THAXTER, State-street.
Oct 23 ept f.
I. ii. ... i'astsailitng.coppered brigSWIFT-
z- ai RE. James F. Trott, master--has
i. I. i .- .. s engaged, and will be desplatched in
a .I- 1 ':. freight or ''- :. i-., apply to the
masterbo board, at the south :,.J :, India-wharf,
or at No. 47, said wharf. 3sp. Nov. 2.
.. The well known coppered ship PAR-
"-'-i- THIAN, Capt. Mackay, laying at the
end ot Long-wharf, will sail on thursday, 8th Nov.
(wind and weather permitting.) For freight or pas-
sage, apply to E' SILSBY,
No. 40, Long-wharf.
NOTICe.-TThe consignees of Goods per ship Par-
thian, are requested to take their permits out imme
diately. Oct.30.
'- ward Candler', master-will sail fo. the
above port, on the 8th Nov. wind and weather per-
miftting. For freight or passage. which will be on
the most reasonable terms, apply to JONATHAN
DAVIS, No. 25, India-wharf, or to the master on
board, now laying at Hancock's-wharfi She will
haul to India-'wharf, in two or three days.
Oct. 30.
-The coppered ship JASPER, Tilden
Crooker, master, will sail on or before
.the 15th Nov. For freight or passage, apply to'
DAVID HINCKLEY, No.46, Central-wharf, or
the Master on board, opposite. Oct. 26.
F OR sale by R. & E. DAVENPORT, No. 14,
500 tierces Rice,
30 bales prime Cotton,
15 do. Sea-Island,
20 hlids Flax,
SW. I. Ruin-N. E. do. Oct. 30.
C RACKBON & HOWE, No. 12,Ceitral-wharf,
have for sale-3000 quintals FISH, in ship-
ping order.-For terms, apply to them, i. t Messrs.
ROWN & OWEN, Coopers, near I'..i Hill
wharf. Oct. 30.
9 CASKS Cocoa, and 3 bbls. Coffee, for sale by
ADAMS & AMORY, No. 38, India-wharf.
Oct. 30.
HAVANA white Sugars and Rice-for sale by
BAKER & HODGES, No. 30, India-strect.
Oct: 30.

TUCKERMAN, Jr. inform their friends and
the public, that they have formed a connexion in
business, under thie itr' of
and have taken the Store lately occupied by Mr.
William B. Bradford, Jun. No. 4, Market Square,
(South ofFaneuti Hii '' i.... ,. will keep an,
extensive andt ....... .,..1,.... of thIe bhost
wholcszle and retail, on as good terms as can be
had i ,P .. .,.
I3- i I I; BRADFORD, Jun. having relin-
quished his former stand to the above firm, has re-
moved to No. 17, India-street, where he will con-
tinue thle Giocery business. : Oct. 30.
M. DUNN, has just received, and offers for
sale-15 baskets best quality Arrow Root,
and a fewv baskets Spanish Arnatto, with a large
Stock of Drugs and Medicines, at low prices.
Oct. 30.
Cotton, Beef, Pork, Candles, Soap, Choc-
olate, Rice.
"ETER COFFIN, No. 11, India-street, has
lN for sale,
c.t.' I..i. i. Upland, New-Orleans, and Alabanma
30 tierces Rice,
750 bbls. New Beef, Boston Inspection,
100 do. Pork,
600 boxes Mould Candles,
750 do. Brown Son p
300 boxes No. 1 Chocolate. Oct 26.
New Flowu, Leaf and Manufactured To-
IH rNo.'21, CENTRdL- i'H-RF,
AVE for sale, lauding from inbri iPo ly
200 bbls. new Rich ioi n i ... .I 1 brand,
15 hlids. prilie Jamies .. ., I i i .. .'o,
100 kegs Nos. 1 and 2 manul'.ictured Tobacco, 8
hands, Stair's brad, of superior quality.
400 bbis. stuperfine and fine Alexandiia Flour, in
prime order for shipping. Oct. 26.
SIXTY bbils. No. 2 PORK, in good shiping or-
der-Nos. 1,2 and 3 MACKEREL-and half
bbls. Mackerel No. 1, for famtfily use. For sale by
JAMES BARRY & SON, at their StOre, North
side of the Mill Creek. Oct 26.

SAMUEL-PARKMAN, Jr. &h CO. have for sale,
200 casks Palm Oil.
.tlso-2 Anchors, weight 1600 and 1800 lbs.
Oct. 26.
Hibbert's Brown Stout and Por-ter.
G EORGE L. IDEBLOIS &eCO. No. 39, india-
s reet, have just received 30 tierces Hibhbrt's
best London Brown Stout in tierces of 7 doz. each.
20 tierces Hibbert's best London "Porter in
tierces of 7 doz. each. 3t. Oct. 2G.
J OSIAH BRADLEE, CO. No. 29 ,Idia-street,
have landing for sale, from sloop Pomoniia,
159 barrels, Summer Strained Spermaceti
5 IoI.i Oil..
From sloop Experiment,
35 Tierces Summer Strained Oil,
lb Pipe" M1dsi- Wine.
Ti, .... .. t. i been recently mnanufactured,
is warratintild pure, and of pi ime quality.
Oct. 23. his.
E VA. & W. I"NCHESTER, inform their
E friends and the public, that they have com-
menced parking at their Establishment, Lechmcre
Point, and have on hand, Beef, of various qualities.
Also, Seap .and Candles, warranted of superior
quality,.and Ipacked in the neatest order for expor-
tation, which they offer for sale at their Store, No.
10, Exchiange-street. eptf. Oct. 9.
(6't1' Bsves of 1st quality, and of all ,sizes, for
,,. < iat a reduced price, lby DOWNER
i.L".'., No. 29, Merchants'-Row.
Oct9. 2aw3w.

SAMUEL PARKMAN, Jr. & CO. have for sale,
e just received from Trieste, via Philadelphia, a
few casks fresh Curratis. tf Oct. 23.
PAINTS, DRUGS, &c, &c.
F OR sale, on the most liberal terms, a very
large stock of Paints, Dye Stuff's, Drugs aand
Medicines,at No. 3,South side Old Market, by
seo-30 hlihds. Englisi Copperas.
Oct. 16. 4vw.
FOR sale by WM. MARSTON, No. 20, india-
14,000 Ibs. Para Cocoa,
40 hhds. prime Windward Island Rum,
50 bales Corks, all entitled' to debenture.
Oct. 23. 6t.
17 OR sale by OLIVER, BORLAND & AB-
BOT, No.'21, Central-wharf,
200 bbls. Alexandria FLOUR, in prime order
for shipping. cov. 2.

T APPAN & MANSFIELDi No. 65, State-
street, have received, by the late arrivals
from Europe, their Fall supply of GOODS; which
they offer, by te package or piece, for cash or
short approved credit, vTiz :
Bonmbazetts, plain and figured-Plaids,
Pelisse Cloths-Drab Kerseys,
Superfine London Cloths and Cassimeres,
Rose Blankets-Cassimere Shawls,
Swansdown and Toilinet Vestings,
Black, white and slate Worsted Hose,
Lambs' wool Hose-Irish Linens,
Brown Liniens-British Cottons,
Fuirnitre, Cambric and Garment Dimotles,
White Cambrics-imitation do.
Steam-loom and British Shirtings,
Tabby Velvets, all colours,
Red woollen Caps and Cravats,
Drawers-worsted and woollen Shirts,
Black and white Millinets,
Quality and Shoe Binding,
Worsted and Cotton Suspenders,
Calicoes, a great assortment,
9-8 Cambric Prints-Furnitures,
Carlisle Ginghams,-Cotton Checks,
Mourning and Pink Ginghams,
Jaconet MFuslins-Imitation dco.
Book, Leno, Fancy, Mull, and Tambored do.
Neckerchiefs, white and spotted,
Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Madras and printed Pocket do.-Black Silk do.
Cotton and Silk Flag do.-Buckrams,
Buntings-white Jeans-Hat Lining,
Umbrellas--whie Cotton and black Silk Lace,
Sewing Cotton-Wire &. Linen Cambric Thread,
Cotton Balls-Cotton Slack-Silk Twist,
Star and Union Buttons-Gilt Coat do.
Button Moulds-Shirt Wires and Pearl Buttons,
Beaver, Doe, and Doeskin Gloves,
Flcecy do.-Kid do.-Worsted do.
Black and white Silk Glover, F.ntcht & French,
Fins-Cotton and/Silk T'I i .-Is-fT '.. -.
Bobbins-V( l., .th.i.:--il ,.i .,.; Canvas,
Black and a- ...- 1. .i .-.: -. i .*. -xcellent qual.
Silk Braids-Crapes, assorted colours,
Chenele Cords-green Bonnet and other Silks,
Pocket Books--Quills-Wafers-Ink Powder,
Writing, Wrapping and Bonnet Paper,
Bonnet Wire-Lead and Slate Pencils,
An extensive assortment of Ribbons, plain and
figured. ALSO,
Satinets, Factory Shirting and Sheetinig.
Oct. 30. ep3w'.
SWETT i& HAMMOND, No. 9, Central-street,
have for sale,
Blue Gurrahs-Checks, "1
Sooty Romnais,
Maunoodies, entitled to debentur'e.
Mowa Sannahs,
Seersuckers, J
Also-Leghorn Strawsv-Sewinz Silk.
Napt les 1. .- .. i- ... ..... .: Oil,
5000 Calcu It a I...' ,'I I .,.:--J.tI :,.i ,. Sole Leath-
er-=00 Calf Skins i8c. 6w. Oct. 30.
Queen Caroline Plaids, at 5s. 3d. per yd.
only-jAlso, one bale Elegant Scotch Plaids.
JAMES BREWER will open on Thnrsday next
one bale Queen Caroline's PLAIDS, which
will be sold at 5s. 3d. per yard only. Also,one bale
elegant Scotch PLAIDS, superior i( t...i.. i ,..:
plaid. O hand, an extensive assi [i..-., i .t:,. -
for Ladies Dresses-do. Broad Cloths and Cassi-
meres, Satinets, Flannels, Ratinetts, Bombazetts,
&c. &c. Two cases Irish Linens, just from Auc-
tion, which will be sold extremely low.
Oct.30. if. -
N 0. 17, Kilby-street, has an assortment of Eng-
.L.1 lish GOODS, which he will sell by the piece
for cash ol on credit. Cash purchasers are partic-
ularly invited to call. tf. Sept. 18.
C YRUS KING informs his Friends'and the
Public, that hlie has taken Store, No. 7, Late-
ly Erected in Union-Street, where lihe offers for sale
a complete assortment of Foreign and Domestic
Goods, suitable for the present and i-.u ..... hI,..
sea-,on, on the most reasonable terms I..., L ..
Oct. 2. 2aw3w.
TOHN FOSDICK offers for sale, an extensive
sf assortment of PELISSE CLOTHS, compris-
ing Navy blue., Mazariie do. blacks, browns, ol-
ives, and drabs, some very ine. .Jlso-1 bale fine
N., 1,; ... 1 1 'BiT CLOTHS ; do. flue light
i \ : ii '-!E, E ., -&c. &c.-for sale at 75, Market-
street. 2m Sept. 18.
--1 OR SALE, at No. 10, Phillips' B,.ildin,1. W-.
te (er-strect- 70 bale;- -.f I -. (.: f ... .s ....I,
used in the following i ..... I ..... .-, viz. Coach
Lace, Hosiery, Carpetings, Blankets, Flannels,
Saitiaels, Scotch Plaids, Bonmbazetts. &c. &e.
4 bales of coarse oollens, consisting of Flash -
ings. Duffil aud Blankets.
7 pieces snuperinc Navy-ulue Broadcloths, of best
Saxony Wool. 6w Oct. 16.
Ivory Huandled nivKes and Forks.
E DWARD ELIOT, has for sale at No. 2, South
SRow, an assortment of Ivory Handled Knives-
and Forks, of superior qt'.'l.. and at very low
prices. ---ALSO-
A complete assortment of Hard Ware and Cut-
le)y, of recent importation, which -lihe will dispose
of on reasonuable terms, It Oct. 16.
"CASKS Sad I- 15 casks Brass Battery,
0 rotns, I do. Wrought Iron,
2 casks Skates, ..:
*2 .do. Fir" Itrns, 6 ....i .. r9,,1, pearl,
2 do. Brass Nall!, .L'e &c.
5 casks CUTLERY, .. :ii assorted by the
'--. general assortment of
suitable for the country trade.-For' sale at low
prices, for cash or credit, by ADAMS& FESSEN-
DEN, No. 24, State-street. Oct. 23.

EtLIJAH YOSE, Jr. No. 7, Dock-square, of-
Sl ferts for sale,
An extensive assortment of COOKING STOVES,
of the latest and most improved patterns,
Lane's Patent Parlor STOVES, elegantly finished,
an excePlent article for wood or coal,
Philadelphia 0 .. ....:., I ....
L a rg e C a n a d a I' .. .. l-.-.- ii'.1 .. '
Large Pvranmid do. do
Pyramid and Coal Stoves, for Entries,
Fiep lace and Pipe Franklin Stoves,
Oval aud Obllong Box Stoves,
Six Pilate Sieves all sizes,
Coal Grates, different patterns. -ALso-
English and Russia Iron STOVE PIPES.
Oct. 9. 6w.


JIAS for sale, at No. 71, Cornhill,
.10 cases Camphor, 500 lb. Mercurials,
SIhalf do. Opiumt, 20 jars Bals. Capivi,
1 do. Gum Traga- 10 bales Bark,
centh, 10 casks Olive Oil,
1000 Ib. Arabec, 50 oz. Musk,
1000 Jaltap, 3 cases Shiell Lac &
2 cases while W;ix, Copal,
3 caniisters Oil Lav- 2 ihds. Valerian,
ender, 15 do. assorted Phials,
4 do. Oil Cinnamon, 5 casks Epsom Salts,
10 bales Senua, 15 gross Dutch Haar-
10 casesLiquorisPtaste lem Oil,
1000 lbs. Aloes, 1000 lbs. Borax,
3000 Quassi, Rasped, 1000 Saunders, Rasped,
1 bale Sponge, 5 eases Rhi)bar.b,
2000 l)s. Crem Tart, 2000 lbs. Sulphlur.
On the London Packet--Andecson's Pills-
Scales and Weights-P. ,I.......:..i I..enges-Hat
-Case-Windsor Soap, L ,.., .i on the most
reasonable terms. Cash or credit.
Oct. 9. oawit6w

No. 46, Central-Wharf,
H AS for sale, just landing from brig Cyprus,
fi om Palernmo,,
60 casks prime Olive Oil, entitled to debenture,
450 bags new Sicily Sumac,
30 tons Barilla,
3 ear.ses Canthaides,
17 do. Liquorice Paste,
3 u .r....- Bergamot,
I .i >, L inLuon,
10 boxes Lemous, in prime order,
9 cases black Italian Sewing Silk,.
3 do. colored do. t o.
i do, Maccaroni, assorted. _ov.2.

Git Clasps,'Snaps, Silk Rosetts, &e.

TT No. 14, ConH.IL'L,
H AS received per Suffolk, anud Lon0s00n Packet,
best London Cassimeres, mixt, dirab and black--la-
dies' worsted Hose-omen's lambs wool Half Hose
-(-ric r ;i; and back Ccstus Clasps-plaiu and
figured Snaps-silk Rosetts-best twist Coat But-
tons-Habit do.-rich gilt Coat and Vest Buttons-
Pearl Shirt and Vest do.-fanev Buttons for chil-
dren's clothes-Habit Cords, for trimhiing and em-
broidering, he&C. &e.
Also, just received, one trunk Italian Sewing
Silks, dark blue, black aid coloured. 6w Oct. 9.
Nankin Crapes and Plaid Silks.
T7"HITNEY & HASKELL, No. 29, Market-
'V -street, have recently opened a new and
extensive assortment of CANTON GOODS, con-
sisting 'of,
S cases of 19, 20, and 21 yards black and colored
plain and figured Nankin Cropes, of the best
quality imported.,
1 case of very superior Double crimped Nank;n
Crapes, black and white, 23 to 24 yards in
)6 cases Canton Crapes, of all colours,
1 case of handsome Plaid Silks, of excellent
1 case of heavy 8-4 Nankin Crape Shawtls,
I do. of heavy Double Chaiin black Levantines,
6 cases of Sinchaws-Sarsnels--Florentines-
black Silk Hdkfs. of the best quality-assurted
and black Sewing Silks, &c. 6wt'. Oct. 9.

Garniture Ribbons, Kid Gloves, 4,c.

W" ARD & SNELLING, have for sale, at No.
T 3, Central-stl eel, just received,
5-12,.6-16, and 7-22 Garniture Ribbons,
Black and colored plain Toffeta do.
Black Silk und Tabby Velvets,
White and colored Kid Gloves,
White and black heavy Silk do.
Men's and Women's black silk Hose,
Women's slate, black and white Worsted Hose,
Men's black, white and assorted do.
Men's white and colored Worsted do.
Navy and two blue Prints,
Drab, blue and assorted Cloths,
Blue and red twilled Cotton Bandannas,
Blue, black and assorted ltalian Silks,
Cambric and Book Lapplet Muslins,
4-4antd 6-4 Cambrics,
Bales white Flannels,
Do. Rhode's black Bombazetts.
Oct. 2. 3tis3tos.
Bonnets,Hats, Furs', Eid Il ai Trimmings.
ILLIAM BARRY, No. 1, Old State-house,
has for sale,
Gentldemen's superfine Hats, from the Boston Hat
Manufactory, aand other Mantifactories of the first
Geutlernens' and Youths' Imitation Beavers,
Mens' and Youths' Plated Hats,
Black, red, and green Morocco Hats
Mens' and Boys' Wool Hats,
Youths' and Childrcn's drab, drab green under
and brown Beavers, just received by tile Jasper,
front Liverpool,
Ladies' black, white, drab, and brown Beaver
Bonnets, trimmed in the newest fashion,
Misses' and Children's fancy Hats and Bonnets,
Black, drab, whiite, and coloured Ostrich and
Vulture Plumee,some ex ra large and elegant,
weaver, Raccoon, Muskrat, Seal, Nutra, end
Hare Skins-German Carrot-Coney Wool-Red
Wool, und Camels' Hair Pongees-Pelong Satin-
Loopiing and Morocco Skins-Blockline-Cards-
Bowslrings-Paper-Twine, &c All of which is
offered on the most favourable terms, for cash or
approved credit.
N. B.-All orders from the Country strictly at-
tended to, and faiterflly executed. Oct. 23.


1 1 5JNio. 19, CORNHILL,
Meon,s superfine Hats, of the Boston Factory,
2d and 3d quality do.-Men's napt Hats and limita-
tion Beaver do.
Boy's black and di'ab Hats.
Men's super Buck Gloves-do. do. Doe Skin do.
Do. do. York tatn do--do. Patent Fawn do.
Do. Beaver do.-do. black and white Silk do.
Do. Fur do.-Ladie's drab Patent do.
Ladies' Wash do.-do. white and black Silk do.
Do. assorted Kid do.
Ladies' black, white and slate Worsted Hose,
Do. do. do. Silk do.
Men's do. do. and mixed Worsted do.
Do. do. do. do. half do. do.
Do. do. do. do. lambs' wool do.
Do. black and white Silk do.
Do. do. do. do. half do.
Boy's white and mixt lambs' wool and worsted half
Men's and Boy's Fur Caps, and made at all times
to order,
A variety of Fur Trimmings,
White Pongees, of a superior quality,
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas,
Ladies', Men's and Misses Oil'd. Socks, a good
thing for chilblains,
Galloon Binding-Bands and Buckles,
Morocco Skivers. Oct. 16.
At AVo. 21, .Marloro'-street, near the Old South
:' House.
OHN ] LiI'-E. .-:,1'. ;i for sale, a hularge assort-
ment Thermometets suitable for Chymists,
Distillers, Brewers,Sugar RefinersBath, Botanical,
the Parlour, and Marine purposes-the above are
from the Manufaictory of T. & J. Pool, London,
are warranted,and will be sold at unusually low pri-
ces. ,
Thermometers out of repair will be taken in ex-
change at their valuhc, or accurately new fitted and
graduated to the old scale. ALSO-as above,
In all their variety of patterns and prices-Ele-
gant full Silver-mtounteId ShagreeIn ind Tortoise
shell Spectacle Cases-Morocco do.--Opera, Eye
and Reading Glasses-Goggles with Silver and
Horn Rims-'Microscopes-Megalescopes--Large
... ..... I.. I : .. -any particular pat-
S,, .' ,i ..ll, .- .... i l- .., or neatly prepared
Si ,I h,,l .1 .. ".., ,:, \ i. eyes from too in-
tense a light-also neatly repaired, and old frames
reset with superior Pebbles or Glasses, to suit any
sight. law3m. Oct. 23.

I," lIEsubscriberinformshiscustomersand the pub-
J lic in general,that he has removed from No.45,
Marlboro'-street, and ihas taken the large brick
Stores, Nos. 2 and t L...' .. .. *i i ., formerly oc-
cupied by Messrs. Fi .. -. .: !ii...,. recently by
Paul Spear, P.... .:., I.. t... t, of the Post
Office, ant :. .' l...,. north of the Commercial
Coffee-House, where ie t.I .. assortment of
HOUSE FURNITURE, .... .f the first qual-
ity; and having obtained the premises at a very
moderate rent, he will be enabled to sell uncom-
monl cheap. SAMUEL GRIDLEY.
March 2. tf.

-[) EUBEN VOSE, No. 5, Marlboro'-streel, a
L few rods south of Marlboro' Hotel, is -.- .,.
off rte whole of his extensive assortment of -...
at asmall alvanci from thc cost. His Stock com-
prises one of the nsost complete assortments iuu Bos-
ten, and is suitable for the country trade, southern
market & retailing. He offers for sale, 2000 pr. of
Women's Morocco Shoes, from 37 ets. to 100 ; 600
do. Men's Nailed do.; 500 do. Men's coarse do. ;
Men's fine do. at 125 ; Meti's fine Pumps, at 1 ;
Non's Horse-hideBoots, at 225; Sealskin c.. s' ,i
He offers the whole ofhis Stock at these .. II,.
low prices, oawtf. April 24.

A N elegant PEDAL HARP to be disposed of
S or further particulars inquire of E. GOOD-
RICH, 29, Newbury-strect. Oct. 30.

.-g 4'-, puncheons excellent Tobago Rum,
50 do. common do. do.
50 puncheons fine flavoured Grenada do.
Ali entitled to debenture, For sale by
AARON BALDWIN, 46, India-wharf. Oct. 19.

Map of the North Polar Regions.

"UST received from London. (a few copies,) and
S four sale by BENJAMIN LORING, No. 50,
at piani of Lancaster Sound, peneiraled by Capt.
Part- in 1F19 atd 1920, by order of the' British
Government. By the use ofthis Map there will he
r, .,, ,,- i .c ,e r0hntive-situation
o' i,, i. i,, ,, l .- --. il to each otherin the
. ,: 11- t,-. t.,n. t ,- .-* ,-.vitv 't' the recent
I' ...-. i .: bi, i in ,- ic, h, lead into
the Pacific Ocean.
Also-just received-a new Chart of thie East
and West Coast of South Amterica, fi'on the River
Plate -ouend Cape Horn and the Pacific Ocean,
with the recent discovery of South Shetland.
Also, the latest and most approved CHARTS of
all parts of the world. epislm Oct. 83.

4-,c. 4'c.
B ENJAMIN LORING, No. 50. ,:.,.: .:.i.-.
hIas just received per LondonI 3. l 1r i..- 1.1
supply of STATIONARY, consisting of Imperial,
Super Royal, Roval, Medium, Demy,Foolscap, andi
Pot Writing Papers-Bath Letter Paper, gilt and
plain-Blotting Paper-red and black Ink Powder
-red and Iblack Japan Ink-red and black Sealing
Wax-Wafers-Durable Ink-Lead Pencils-Ass-
Cs' skit Menmorandum Books-Ink and Saud Glass-
es-Gunter's Scales and Dividers, &c. k c.
I case containing 50 M. QUILLS, from40 cts. to
53 per hundred.
Also-CHARTS of all the different Coasts in
the World, amnona which are a few ARROW-
SMITH'S PACIFIC OCEAN, on nine sheets,
half haund.
Likewise-An elegant assortment of the most
fashionable London'WATCH RIBBONS, by the
piece or single ribbon.
Day & Martin's Genuine BLACKING,
John Barber's Old 1:.. i. RAZORS and
Rodgens's PENKNIVES, &c. e.
Oct. 9. 3mis.

To Booksellers, Mathematical Instrument
Makers and Ship CCho,.-.,. '.
"lNDMUND M. BLUNT, New-York, has just
_-,i published, at wholesale,
Filth Edition., much improved, and containing in
the Table of Latitudes and Longitudes "more than
thirteen hundred additional places in the India
Seas and Pacific Ocean, besides various corrections
in otter'parts of the world."

of 'o 20 N
long N: 1 ., 1.... 1.:.* 5, W .I
improved by actual survey of G..:.-_.- L.."., in U.
S. sch. Science and slonp Orbit, and South Shoal
of Nantucket in sloop Orbit, 1821.
[Mr. BLUNT will merely remark, that the above
Surveys have beeit attended with great expense,
and important Nautical information obtained. t
the law points out, hie has secured the work, and
to tihe enforcement he will appeal for any violation,
either in copying in this country, or -. ... .-
from Europe. It may be at all time- i".. ..i lit..., il
terms from him.n .
Just Published,
A new CHART extending from lat. 40, 15, N.
long. 72, 15, WV to lat. 22, 35, N. long. 80, 25, W-
A new Edition, corrected and improved by Surveys
taken in the sloop Orbit, under the direction of E.
C. WARD, Teacher of Navigation ; FRANCIS
MALLABY, U .I Ni,., aand others ; with
PLANS and IF \\% i, Ji R. MADISON, U. S.
Navy, and E. bLL 'I I ...0; and by Surveys of
Chesapeake Bay and the Coast of North Carolina,
ly order of the United States Navy Board.
1824. ep2m, Oct. 21.
y FOR SALE-AUG. 28, 1821.
T HE Burnt Coat or Swan Islands in Blue Hill
Bay, State of Maine. Any persons disposed
to purchase, are requested to make immediate ap-
plication to WM. SULLIVAN, Court-Square, near
Stone Court-House, Boston. eptf Aug 28.
E."SAM_ -I N

F OR Brdses, Spraiess, Gout, Rheumatism, hec.
F also for Cramps, Nutmbness, Stiffness, and
Weakess of the neck or joints ; Burns, Chilblains,
and in all other cases of" r. ri ;,i..iy," warran-
ted of dc, l. l -'l... -i. .. ,1 ( ,l -.'
The P.r.p-:.:". I 'i,- composition has, a long
time, been persuaded,that the article called "Steers'
SOpodeldoc," as prepared in this Country, was sus-
ceptible of much improvement. The only things of
any consequence in that composition are the soap
and camphor ; and to render it of a firm consistence,
a superfluous quantity of the former is added not
prescribed in any PF r ..-,,..:;-i -The soap als
usually employed : ir,' i.. hi....i ,',. 1i and not the
purevegetable oil,which is much toabe preferred.-The
embrocation before us contains thesameingredients,
but in better proportions, and by excluding a part of
the soap, makes room for articles of more impor-
tance,and three of the most primary and efficient in-
gredients to be found in the whole circle of medi-
cine,all of which chemically unite without injury it
either, enters into this composition,whlch were nev-
er before employed in any other Opodeldoc.-The
purchaser will find that this improved liquid, posses-
ses twice the strength of the congealed kind, there
being moreover no competition, the P, i .- i
ot hie unde' the necessity of maki ...n..
sort in order to sell it a a reduced price. The soap
here made use of is manufactured from the best
sweet oil, and made expressly for the purpose.-
One other circumstance is deserving considera-
tion ; ..:. r .........-i.I, ,.: h.J. to the manufac-
turers of the cominost Opodeldoc, purports' I
to he made by Duct. Steers, the ........ inventor,
who has been dead for many years.-This chemi-
cal embrocation carries with it the name of its real
maker, whose interest and reputation are at stake,
that it should Ibe uniformly and faithfully prepared.
-These simulie facts it is presumed, will induce
every impartial and unprejudiced person who has
occasion for it, to give it at least, one fair trial, es-
pecially when no extra price is demanded for this
improvement : but on the contrary, is directed in
all cases, to he retailed at 38 cents a bottle, or
three dollars per dozen, and six cents '-..... given
for the empty bottle, reduces the price to ut cents
each.-As there are some persons in the world to
whom the:.... I i..1.i-. i. ...- ..u i., ybe address-
ed in vain, ,, i ,. r'.. ....i .. i .. I1 from one of
thie first Physicians in the United States, the follow-
nlug certificate, which .one would suppose, might
serve to satisfy the incredulous.

Certifficate from Hon. Samuel L. Mitchell, M. D.
L. L. D. Professor of Botany and the Materia
Medical, in the College of Physiciansin the State
for New-York.
NEW-YORK, JULY 28, 1821.
SIR,-The receipt contained in vour letter for a
composition to be used in place of Opodeldoc, ap-
pears to me to contain a number of good ingredi-
ents, the articles enumerated, are all usefut tilings
apart, and I make no doubt will be good in combi-
If I possessedyour preparation,I should prescribe
it freely for external accidents, for I think it musthbe
u clever thing. I wish yeo and those who may
ase it, success and comfort with it.
I antm trulyv, yours,
"The word clever as applied to tings, is not un-
deri'stood by all ; the definition of it according to
Bailyvis, Ins-enious, Skillful. In Johnson's Diction-
ary, it is defined to be D1exterous, Fit, Propenr.
The cost of the Embrocation from its containing
many more articles, is nearly double that as prepar-
edby Dr. Steers, and the very low rate at w which
the price is fixed, is done that the Improved Liq-
uid" ,, ,-ii tce entirely supercedec thle use of the
old i...i. i Opodeldoc."
Some persons have suggested that the higher thie
price is, the greater merit would be .:.. i..-. to it.
fThe Proprietor entertains a more exalted opinion of
the character of the people of the United States,
and in acting in conformity to it, trusts his reasona-
ble expectations will not be disappointed.
This approved and valuable preparation is mann-
factured and sold only by the Proprietor, JOHN P.
WHITWELL, Chemist and Druggisi, Battery-
March-street, Boston, to whom all orders which
may be addressed four this article will be immediate-
ly ateudcd to O 3m Sept. 14.

,* -_'I ..'.*,i. COMPANY
.f f ". ondon, conmiuntu 10a Insure
S .. .. .' "- i., ,, T u liture. Mcrch;i,-
i .-: i .- .id '.ii.. proper y, fiat ,.
...... Loss and Damage by Fire, itr
I ,'. ,,*.., th several Cities and Towns
it,1:, s., ill the U. Sates of qumcricv--
Salso Ships in Port and the
:SSB r caigoes. The condition and
wts ai iieiuran6e may be learnt upon applica-
tioni the : .i-- .* i". Company's atuthliorised
Agent in ti. r., I. i -..-...., and will be found as
moderate and equitable as those of any ot er Con-
pany. Their policies of this Company gu.. anitee te
the assured the whole amount of his loss oni the
property insured, and are not like the pot;-:ies of
some institutions, in which every person is haLb)le to
be called upon to make good the losses of others;
neither does this Company require that the whole
value of the property shall be insured or other%,'st
the party li entitled to recover only pro rata part.
In all cases the Company undertake to indemnify
the assured to the full extent of the real loss, not
exceeding the sum assured.
The stability and resources of the C,..ri,-.,'. are
well known, and have stood the test .1 l'. n.,,dJ ex-
tensive experience.
The rates of Premium are calculated in reference
to tie actual risk of property, and are as low as 2
cents per 100 dollars per n an. for hazards of the
best description-increasing proportionably for risks
ol'a more hazardous nature. Insurance may be
made for one or more years ofr for a shorter period.
May 2. .JOSEPH OTIS, Agent,
H AS removed to his old Stand, No. 2,
Water-strcet; and returns his sincere thanks
to his customers, who have favoured hiin with heir
He continues to cut and make Clothes in the
most fashionable style, for all who may favor him
with their custom.
Two Journeymen Tailors, first rate workmentare
wanted-constant employ ment and the in1 I. 1 -t ,.t-
ges given. 3w u. i 2
T -HE connexion in business of iti. ..!....1 ,
under the firm of MOSES tl \!.i. .. .C IL.
by mutual consent dissolved. All accounts of the
company will be adjusted and settle l I.v TIEiSTON,
Oct. 3, 1821. OLIVER M. WHIPPLE

The subscribers have formed themselves into a
company under lie firm of ,
for tle purpose of mianufactuing GUN POWDER,
and will continue the business at ii..-. u orks lately
occupied by Moses Hale & Co. fliI. ar- ahe o
erecting a lmiatniumfactory to go -into operation time
next season, in a situation immediately connected
wiih the Middlesex Canal, upon a p lan sufficiently
extensive to accomplish with despatch, any ordoe.
which may be received.
Oct. 16. DAVID HALE, .r.
Boston and Cheimnsford GUN POWDER, man-
ufactured by TILRSTON, WiilPPLE & HALE, con -
constantly on hand, and all orders prompty execut-
ed by DAVID HALE, Jr. No. 7, Kilbv-street,
agent fori the company. Oct. 23.
y Put out the.Light and then--put
out the Light!
JUST received from Franc, a large supply of'
Phosphorus, with a bottle and matches, en-
closed in a neat polished tin case, to be sold at the
low rate of 25 cents a single box, or $2l per dozen.
This article is so constructed as never to be, out
f nrde'., mnd must be very useful to any traveller
I, I.- i-.. ... habit oft' smoking.
The Lamp or Fire may now be safely and eco-
nomically extinguished on retiring to rest, ..
the day, when a box of this inestimlable I i..-....
matter is at hand. The box alone which contains
these materials is worthithe price demanded for thft
whole apparatus.
No experienced mistressof a family, no prudent
merchant, on the least reflection, will be willing to-
forego the advantages of this useful appendage to.
the counting room or kitchen. Here is no tinder-
box to search for, no linen to burn or to get spoiled'
when burnt, no flint orstecl to contend with,noart or-
abour requisite,but with this little box in your pock-
et, in the interval of a thought, and by the simplest
movement, light is instantly produced.
To the inariner its usefulness cannot be too high-
ly appreciated or too liberally recommended ;to him
it is as necessary as his compass, for without it, it
might be rendered useless. To him, truly and em-
phatically, Light. is Life.
Sold by J. P. WHITWELL, Agent to the Boston
I.1.-r,"' 3 !.. ....f th.. Commercial CoffeeHouse,
..' i ... ...r., -L. L. ELLIOT, corner o.
I. ,,, ]..- ... i ,.\i.E..LKiDDER,Crarlcstowa.
May 9. tf.
N OTICE is hereby given, That the
i Subscriber has been duly appointed Admin-
istrator do bonis not, of the Goods and Estate of
late of Boson,7,in the Coti.... .' u. ,,:l. .--
deceased, and has taken if .. '.,. .. t itli i. I
giving bonds, as the law directs. And all persons
having demands upon tleo Estate ofthic said AaNd's.
GA.oDNE-, are required to exhibit the same; and
all persons indebted to the said Estate, are called
upon to make payinment to
ZEBEDEE COOK, Jr. mistrator
Boston, Oct. 29, 1821.
T'tiiCE is hereby given, That the
I 1 Subscriber has been duly appointed Adminisi
Lrator of the Goods and Estate of
late of Boston, in the County of S'lTolk, Mariner,
deceased, and has taken upon htuialf that trust by
giving bonds, as thIe tlaw directs. Anti all peri;oei
having demands utipon the Estate of the said .Jot'
BARTON, arereequired to exhibit the same; ', a
all persons indebted to the said Estate, are called
upon to make paymifmit to
DAVID A. SIMMONS, Administrator.
Boston, Oct. 29, 1821.

20 Dollars Reward .!
T HE Store of the Subscriber was entered on
thle evening of the 24th inst. and the folloswi-ng
articles stolen therefrom, viz.-70 pieces 6-4 plaits
Book Muslin-1 pair brass Holster Pistols-i pair
steel do. do. both made h. 'V retland &. Co.-
Whoever will give such ".' ...,.. i.. t as may lead to
the apprehension of the offender, and thi recorercy
of the properly, shall receive the aboye reward.
Oct. 30. JAMES YOUNG, 4; Lindall-street
A GENTEEL ii.... House, wcih a S iabe ;
I n Malden, opposite the hMecting-iouse,
well situated for a Tavern, there beih nonuc in thie
town.-it may be enic tred upon imudiately. For
further particulars inquire of GEO. ODt)OitN C
Comnmercial-strcelet. ov. .
A T te corner of Aaler and ('.ng;ress-sir(ets,
now in the ocurpa;tion of Mr. DOul, i.;Y hitRAsI-
ST It-'r, will be vacatedi ou thle fiit of Jaiuarv.
The central situation of this house, its proxhnity to
the Post-Office, and most of the business places in.
thle town, renders it a desirable establishment, and
lias for several years insur'ed constant custom. Any
one disposed to lexse it, vuill apply to P. iR. DAL-
TON, No. 32, ltdiut-street.
Also, a Shop, in front of said House, stialabte
for a Boot-maker or Watch-maker. Oct. '21.
W ANTED-A Young Woman wtho.
understands Cooking. Shie must be nei,
a n d m u st p ro d u ,,,,.1 ,, .... I .. T o sic ,
good wages wii .. ... -- ,: ,-..l-ir i". 1appll.
Inquire at time I ,ll i.J, ... I Ir. 2.

A Middle-aged Woman, of respectabil-
ity, being at prsene tout tf r'-'ti- I.... i ,. .. i.1
undertake the Sewing iia *.. i.- I' '.. -
She would have no object. ., i. : ia lanre-

family, as site can do any -. ..... leodful i
a family. Inquire at the P l IJ..,,. i
Oct. 26.

1821. A ALMJA,. /CK.
NOVEMBEnR. j Bt'S L.D. 1i. S. a

6 TESDAY, 17 1 9 51 8 41 2 10
7 WEDNESDAY, 7 2 5 9 56 9 40 4 6
8 TiuxRDo.i., 7 3 5 9 5 10 35 5S