National intelligencer
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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
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Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: August 28, 1822
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
General Note: Issued daily: <Vol. 38, no. 5420, (Mar. 1, 1837)>-v. 38, no. 5423 (Mar. 4, 1837).
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Price, for a year, -six dollar's Payable in advance Mr. Payne Hines, otherwise called Daddy
For ssixr mngths,--four dollars Pray, aged nearly 70,arrived in this village yester-
orersei the psicr or s bsequently, give notice oti teir wig day,on his way home from the city of Washington,
to have the paper di.coitinusi :at the expiration of the year whither he had been in pursuit of a pension for
will be presnnumed as desiring its coniance until counter-' his services during the Revolutionary war ; and,
manded, and it will be continued accordingly, at the option although defeated in the object for which he
of the e~ditors. went, from some unknown barrier-after travel-
-ling to and from the seat of government (a dis-
N,, tance of 700 miles) in foot, he has returned, with
_.-1--"J' '" '- the help of Providence, to his family and friends,
inspired with a Patriot's hope, that his country
will not forget his services, but extend its sup-
Election of Representatives to the Eighteenth port to an indigent soldier.
Congress in ICentucky.-We have already an- The above paragraph announces the return to
nounced the election of Mr. Clay, Mr. J. Speed his home of the old Revolutionary Soldier, whom
Smith, Mr..J. T. J"ohnson, and Mr. Metcalfe. In we introduced to the acquaintance of our readers
addition to these, we now leart that Francis John- about a wionth ago. He reached Ovid, it seems,
son is re-elected without opposition ; that Dav.d on the 7th day rc. this month: He left this city on
Trimble is re.elected by ya majority of more than the cvconin t'se 20th July ; so that he wa's 17
twelve hundred votes over Thomas Fletcher,who days in retra.ing the ground which he had just
opposed him ; that Charles .. Wickflife is elect- before travelled in fifteen days. The distance is
ed from a part of the district now represented by 333 miles ; so that this poor veteran walked the
J. D. Breckenridge; that David White, jrz is 666 miles in thirty-two days. Who of us, of
elected from another district, and Thomas P half his years, could have done the same under a
Moore from another. The three other districts vertical sun, and at a season during which, it is
are not yet heard from. probable, not a drop of rain fell to allay the dust

We thought we had done with our honest
friend the Editor of the Ohio Inquisitor ; but he
seems determined to have the last tag. As we
have no ambition of that sort, we should not take
any notice of his last article-though it is rather
too much for a man to insist on having both the
first and last blow-were it not to shew how he
justifies, by his explanations, the suspicion we en-
terteined thit he was not a republican, in the
sense of the constitution, but in a sense of his
own. The following is an extract from his re-
We cannot take leave of the Intelligencer
without answering this question, If the man.-
bers of the House of Representatives are to be
regarded as a kind -of standing coi nmitiee of in-
trigue, what dues he think of the class oi Sena-
tors of six years' standing ?' Nv we answer,
that if the framers of the constitution had not
have been too much attached to principles 'im-
bibed in another hemisphere'-if they had not
had a desire to assimilate our Sevate as much as
vpo;i;le to the Corinthian Pillars of; tht' lt itish/
constitution,' that standing c nimi.cee in the Se-
nate eight t never have had existence."
That is to say, the o; ganization of the Senate
ismionarchical,ard is to, b traced to tFe monarch-
ical notils of the aiiamer3 cf the .onstit 'tion.
Give such radical reformers as this their way,
and what would they make of our government ?
Whatever ,ends to give it durability, stability,
and efficiency, seems to incur their mortal anti-

The Providence Gazette of the 12th instant,
contains an article entitled The Contrast,', in
which the conduct and characters of two gentle-
men who are considered candidate-s for the Pre-
sidency, are remarked on in a manner which
we should not use, and in a tone of rudeness to
wards one of them, entirely at variance with the
sentiments of respect we have always entertained
for him ; yet this article is stated to be copied
from the National Intelligencer. The error of
attributing it to us, was inadvertent, we have no
doubt; but the article may obtain a wider circu-
lation, and as we do not wish to receive the cre-
dit for it, to which some other print is entitled,
we ask of the Providence Gazette the favor to
correct the error for us.

The following is copied from a late Cincinnati
paper :
We are- happy to learn tthat Mr. the Amer.
ican Orator, has arrived at this place, with a view, as we
understand, to open a school for the instruction of Elo-
The American Orator !, It is astonishing how
men, who have nothing but their effrontery to re-
commend them, contrive, by the easiness and
good-nature of editors, to get themselves puffed
We have often had occasion ourselves to Iesist
importunities of this sort, and, it may be, we too
have been sometimes seduced into the error we
condemn, We claim no exemption from a com-
mon frailty. But here is a man-we leave his
name 1Blank, our business being with the folly, not
- the man-who proclaims himself'" the American
Orator," but whose nanie we never saw before,
and who has probably as little claim to oratorical
talent as he has to native mode.ty. It is no harsh
presumption to consider him as the author of the
article announcing his arrival at Cincinvnati. iHe
is admirably qualified for an instructor, truly, if
we may judge of him by this sample of his Ora-
tory He is going to open a school for the in.-
struction of eloquence!" If it was for ti hein-
struction of pretenders to eloquence that a school
was to be opened, this American Orator could
not hinrself too soon resort to it.

Inland .Navigation-Holland.-Above 30,000
men are now employed upon the Grand Canal
from the Texel, through North Holland to Am-
sterdam. The marshy soil under the water is
removed, by means of nets, and above 1,000
small vessels are daily employed in carrying it
away. The depth of the canal is fixed at 25 feet,
and the largest East and West Indiamen rmay be
able to reach Amsterdam without unloading any
part of their cargo in the Texel. The canal will
be above ten German (fifty English) miles in
length, and, including the great sluices, till pro-
bably costn early one hundred millions of Dutch

or cool the burning earth ?
Whilst we are upon the subject, the unknown
barrier" above noticed may as well be men-
tioned, as it may serve to inform others, and
sometimes, perhaps, prevent needless trouble,
This old man had served during the whole Re-
volutionary war, in one corps or other. He serv-
ed in the Rhode Island Regiment, and his name
appears on the rolls of that regiment at the War
Office ; but opposite to it is written the word
Deserted," which, if not disproved, is fatal to
his claim ; because the deserter absolutely for-
feits all right and claim whatever to pay, emo-
luments, bounty, or pension. The story of Mr.
Hines is, that he enlisted for three years, and,
having served out his term, was refused a dis-
charge, on the pretence of his having enlisted to
serve during the war. Some months after this
refusal, his situation being a disagreeable one, he
decamped from his regiment, then being at An-
napolis. If these facts could be established, he
would yet be entitled to his pension, because he
was unlawfully detained, and in leaving the ser-
vice only assumed his rights. None of the offi-
cers, however, now survive, and few, very few, ol
the privates. One or two, however, have testified
to theit recollection u,' Uincs, and one to the fact
of his having claimed his discharge, on the
ground before mentioned, at the time the depon-
ent, with difficulty, procured his discharge. This
evidence, however, was not of a nature to set aside
the record. It was hearsay, and not knowledge
Though Mr. Hines left his regiment, he did not
leave the service of his country ; for he directed
his steps from Annapolis to where the frontier
settlers were fighting the Indians, and in fifteen
days, (if we recollect right,) after lie left the set'r-
vice at Annapolis, he was in a battle with the In-
dians. He fought all the remainder of the war,
as he had done the previous part of it, was in ma-
ny actions, and, we believe, often wounded. If
he had had the advantages of early education, he
would perhaps have had the wit to prove his title
to a pension, which is enjoyed by miny who have
not the title of his claims to it.
We have made this statement from memory,
seeing that the law of Congress, and the officers
who administer it, have been blamed, in some of
the pat)ers, for withholding a pension which, it
seems, under the circumstances, could not have
been granted to this poor old man. We rely on
the kindness of hisneighbors, who have for some
years supported him, to smooth his descent to
the grave.

Since the occurrence of one or two cases of
sickness to the eastward of Broadway, wnich
could not be satisfactorily traced to the vicinity
of Rertor street, a panic has prevailed in the low-
er part of the city, which, it appears, will not be
ailayed; end a general movement is taking place
from the principal part of the district on the east
of B,-oadway, and south of Maiden lane. The
district on the west of Broadway, south of Court-
land street,is already abandoned by the inhabitants.
These districts include a large portion of the biu-
siness population, which will locate in Greenwich
and the upper part ot BroAdway, where they will
no doubt be followed by many merchants to the
northward of Maiden lane. It is expected they
will generally be re-established in the early part
of the ensuing week in wholesome situations,
where they can be visi-ed by their country friends
without feart'.
A committee of the B .nks in Wall street have
just risen, and postponed the question of removal
until Monday.

By a late account from the Springs, the visit-
ers at Saratoga and Ballston had increased to
1500 ; among whom were Joseph Bonaparte,
th,- Cptain that conveyed Napoleon from Elba
to France, and the British and Spanish Ambassa-
dors. A French gentleman, after having with
much difficulty obtained, (through the kindness
ot the barber) lodgings for one night, departed
for New York, and explained the reason of his
sudden return thus:
If you vant to see tile beautiful voman, saire, go to
Baltinore-if you vant to see thile .'i geui e ler tti,, go to
Phil- elphia-if you vant to see the active imecihaiit, e-
to Ne York; biut, ifyon vant to see one pack of miser-
able fools, go to Saratoga Springs."

Through the politeness of a gentleman who
has just arrived in this city, from a distant post in
the Northwest territory, we have received intel-
ligence that the expedition which was fitted out
by direction of the Admiralty, in the summer of
1819, under the orders of lieut. Franklin, was on
its return to Hudson's Bay.
The expedition advanced as near to the Cop-
per Mine River in the following year, as the ap-
proaching winter would permit; an i in the spring
of the last year, having embirked the canoes
which they carried with them, they descended
that river until it discharges ise'if into the Hy-
perborean, or Frozen Ocean. The expedition
then proceeded in the executko, its ulterior
object, naieiy, to explore th' "a, of the Polar
Sea, fro, the mun) h of' the Copt.L- Aine -iver,
round to Hudson's Bay. ThKi, however, it would
appear, from the information w-e have been able
to collect, it could no further effect than by sur-
veying a few hundred miles of the coast to the
northward and eastward., thi winter having set in,
towards the latter end of August, with such se-
verity as to oblige the party to return. It does
not appear from the arrasgerent which was
made, (that land-marks should be placed by
either captain Parry or lieit. Franklin, as they
should first arrive at certalt points, as they pro-
ceeded,) that the former lad reached so far as
the party o!'the latter.
Several deaths had occurred, among whom
was Mr. Wood, nine Cmadians, and one Es.
It is stated from the observations made in this
expedition, the mouth of the Copper Mine River
differs, by several degrees of latitude from that
laid down by Hcarn.

ROBERT WRIGH-T has publicly declined being
a candidate for re-election !o Congress from thl
state of Maryland.
The following passeaie from the narrative of a
tour made during thei last summer, mentios a
geological trait-for stich we presiume it to lie-
in a part of the stat:x of New Hampshire, of
which we have never hc-'d !rio"ce, and of wh ich
we should like to see a mor; particular account.
If it could be established thl t it is thie ork of
human han, s, then indeed it would be a remn'ark-
able antiiquiy,
Juvly 21s Lcav.;i. a',n.-:, t .: n- o. n,' -
ing, Pr,.caw, .ii 'as the ir "t .o.n we we nt thl .' ;
their, Sali.bury,in which our, .ad c'o.!;e a mound
of t:attl, abo t 15 or )o fIe- hig in thi cnre,
and 20 or 10 wide vnear its b;,se W -e could s.:e
about a mile of it, iand wc. taid ly ths. ni'ighbor-
ing people thA t it exe'...: b; or twelve milas, .v-
er hills and do:les, thr -oh tCe rotint'r". -T5e
trees and stumnips thia'. wir on it did tiLt di;er ij;
size from those of the a sj ucft ground, d I believe
it has a fosse running, pa:iatlt w lih it; if so, it
must have been raised by -:n o labor; for na-
ture, in her rudest sports, dlsd ins to imitate the
folly of man so exactly. I as somewhat surpi i-
sed to think that I had nev r heard of this rem-
nant of artiquity before."

Nsw YORK, AUG. 24.
On Wednesday evening one of the stages of
the Union Line, between tlis city and Philadel-
phia, was overturned thrr;eamiles N. of Trenton,
N J. The vehicle was demkolished entirely, and
when the passengers wert extricated from the
ruins and baggage, it was discoveredd that Mr. S.
Fretch had dislocated hii arm and was much
bruised on the hip and boly. Mr. Woodrow, co-
vered with contusions and Mr. Charles Vignoles
had the whole of his left ide much hurt, parti-
cularly the arm, which was stripped of the skin
and greatly injured; the other passengers escaped
unhurt. Messrs Woodrow and Vignoles had
arrived in New-York, but Mr. French was car-
ried back to Philadelphia. The same evening a-
nother of the coaches of the same line was over-
set close to New-Brunswick, and a third over-
throw took place of a stage belonging to another
line. On Tuesday evening one of the Baltimore
and Philadelphia Union stages was likewise over-
turned between Fi ench Town and New-Cistle,
and several ot the passengers hurt !-_'at. .Jdv.

Died, in St. Andrews jail, on Sunday last, Mr.
Israel Perley, belonging to Salem, (Mass.) aged
32 years. Mr. P. had been imprisoned the last
15 mour.ths for debt. His brother, Mr. John Per-
ley, took passage a short time since in a vessel
from Salem for the purpose of going to St. An-
drews and liberating his brother. On the passage
i' fell from the mast head, a distance of about
50 feet, and was so much injured, (though no
limbs were broken) that his liie was despaired of
for several days. He is still confined to his bed
in this place, but we are happy to state that he is
fast recovering. An inquest was held on the bo-
dy of Mr Perley, and the following is the verdict,
which is taken from the St. Andrews Herald.
His remains were interred on Ttuesday last from
the boarding house of Mr. Joseph Parker, in St.
Andrews. That the aforesaid Israel Pcrley, on
the fourth day of Aagust,instant, being a prisoner
in the jail at St. Andrews, in ihe county aforesaid,
then and there died of the visitation of(~cd ; and o
the jurors aforesaid upon their ,aths fIr her s-ty, !
that they believe his death has been hastened, in
con-::equenceof lis. confincmcntt in the lower rono
of the jail, where he was exposed for three '
months to a pestfil('tti l .'i' '-., a'.sing !'rOai the
vault in said room, which osccasion-d i-sani'y atl.
disease:, by wi-;c be can t- s deatii h,"

No. 8362.

THREE DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND. The great heart of the Emperor comprehends every
Sting that humanity requires a;nd religion commands. A
tNIEW YORK, AUG. 22. declaration of war, instead of proiec ing the Greeks,
I would have been the signal for a vast trmassacr To
The packet ship James MIenroe, Captain Mar- spare suffering humanity torrents of innocent blood, to
shall, arrived late last evening, in 35 days from stifle the seeds of disunion and misur derst..ndig be-
r ptween the powers; to destroy the germ of new rs;
Liverpool. By her the Editor of the Advocate to obtain in peace the result of war, was the sole, the
has received London papers to the 14th July, and generous object of the Russian Cabinet. This was the
i tendency of the pacific means of the proposals of' media-
Liverpool to the 16th, inclusive. Our time and tion, supported by a powerful military force. Moderation
limits will only permit us to make the following alone could lead to' the attainment of this object, and
every thing gives reasons to hope that we shall enjoy the
extracts: fruits of these exertions.
Their contents are more than usually impor- "The h:gh minded Alexander, therefore, will not dis-
tant, containing late intelligence from Spain, Por- engage hin.self from the cause ot the Greeks, but for-
e' ver secure to them by guarantee what humanity
tugal, Russia and Turkey, which will be found and religion commast.d, what right and treaties re-
below. quire, as soon as the direct negotiations now prepare.
The trouble in Spain were increasing. On g at Vinna have begun. It is to be expected
The troubles in Spain were increasing. thAthe other powers will second his amicables inten-
the 30th June, an affray took place between the Lions, tanl, \\ih the harmony that ow exists between all
lie courts, it cannot be dl;ubted that this desirable ob-
populace and the guards, in which an officer was h wi c beatt, i f be d t h va remains faithful to the
killed, disposition which iLt has lately shewn. It is clear that
A letter received in London, dated Madrid, the threatening attitude of its neighbors, the energetic
Slai't-uage ct the mediator.,, and, above all, tile union and
29,'! June, says-' This count y is in a most con harmony ot all the Etr.iipi n courts, ia.e produced a
vulted state, without funds, credit, or confidence; Motvi" c"nd "l 'itsva whatever xa h V.e- b, tr'-;p r-
yet, still I think the consutution will stand firm a- ported oi the subject, will be withidr,.wn. A declaration
against all domestic attacks." of ar.resty in favor of the Greeks is likewise to be ex-
T d h o pected as soon, as uey haie laid doun their arms. e
The proceedings of the Portuguese Cortes are have reas(in to believe that preliminary steps to this eid
impoortant, as it is supposed they would led tto a are already taken
r t as o in s d they 1d e. A "'the moderation and m .gnanimity which character-
declaration of Independence of the Braizfls, A ise the policy of thle emperor, are recog ized and rppre-
nieasure to that effect hI-d been proposed, and ciaied by all diplomatic characters who are versed in
waspolitical prinnder discussion. ciples. Sound p i innttibiy mode-
was under discussion. The debates were carried iation--for this cardinal virtue nhtdeIys al others. It

on with great vehemence.
We have copied below, an article from Ham-
burg, dated July 4, which the London Courier of
July 13, says is a document, which may be con-
sidered an official exposition of the conduct of
Russia, with respect to her differences with Tur-
The accounts fi'om Ireland are to the 1Ilth Ju-
ly, and the distress does not appear to have abat-
ed any. The Dublin papers say, in one parish
in the county of .layo, one hundred and forty of
our fellow. creatures di-d of famine and fever, in
teni dayi !" The subscriptions in London increase,:.
Losnox, (Sunday Evening,) July 14.
paitin.-Futt-.er intelligence arrived yest: rday
from Madrid, bringing down our information
!rcotn that c:ty to me evening of the 6th. At that
peri id, we understand, no concession had
been made by the mutinous troops, nor had
any thing occurrc i to inspire hopes of bringing&
'he affair to an anmicable accommodation.
Frequent utierviews are said to have taken
place between the King and his Ministers,
in which the later strongly urged his Ma-
jesty to sanction with his nmrne the promulgation
o, some official document, declaring his disap-
pr-bation ot the conduct of the royal guards, and
t.'.ii t,]gtn.-; -henim by the title of rebels to their
country. (t is added, that, with this propositiurn
Fer-iianid lxas firmly refused compliance, declar.
ing that his guards were his friends, and should
never be stigmatised or brought into peri by any
act of his. An apprehension, to which the va
(c I i i ., conduct of the King gave some cause,
appears to have been entertained by the minis-
ters, that Ferdinand might suddenly adopt the
resolution of placing himself under the protec-
tion of the refractory ti oops; and they urged him,
therefore, to repair to some place of safety,
where his person, should the troops be incited to
so daritg an attempt, might be secure from seiz-
ure. To this proposition, also, the King returned
a decided negative; with the remark, that his
guards were faithful, and that he had nothing to
fear from them. In this situation affairs at Mad.
rid were left on the 6th inst. the conduct of the
King inspiring the most serious alarm among
that portion of the people who are well affected
to the constitution. All the impartial reports of
travellers and of private letters relate, with the
utmost confidence, that the great bulk of the
Spanish nation is decidedly attached to the con-
stitution, and that thie only dangerous disaffection
exists in the Royal guards, unless there should
also be added the King himself.
A Lisbon mail arrived yesterday with papers
to the 29th ult. They are principally filled with
discussions in the Cortes, on the a-:ditional arti-
cles to the constitution of Brazil. The commit-
tee to whom the subject had been referred, de-
clare, in their report, that an absolute union be".
tween the two kingdoms was impossible, and re-
commended that there should be two as.minblies
of Cortes, one in each kingdom. After two days
discussion, the further consideration of the sub-
ject was adjourned.
The Pairis papers of Thursday arrived yester-
day. An attempt on the part of :he Greeks to
carry Napoli di Romania by storm, is stated to
have failed, for want of concert in their operations.
The commander of the English vessel of war
Medina, is said to have compelled the Gr(eeks to

restore an English vessel, captured for a viola-
tion of the blockade of Canca, in Crete.
Chourschid Pacha is reported to have been de-
feated by the Greek forces, in a batil s which was
renewed four delays, the 29th, 30th, and 31st May,
and 1st of June. On the last day the Turks were
completely worsted, and fled towards Glyky, vi.
,orously pursued by the Greeks, who became
masters of their baggage,
From the LI)(ldo? Courier, Juli.7 13.
Ve have rece:ived a (dcumenict which may be
considered as an official ex.po-.iti-)i of the system
and conduct of Russia with respect to her differ-
ences with Turkey. It is as f',ilhs: :
it r iti toI.I H, JVi Y 'I..
The polivy of lhi Ruissian Conr' is that iOf peie-, bic-
caiiusie a war it ti iie tist swoultld ]eald to coiL'sCelut Inci-s, the
cx'.cut of which it is inmpossiole to foresec ; andi a per-
l iitentit sitl- x nof peace aoieic cin insur te \\ irl'e l',ire otl
lIturoie x nIId the hrppincsi s of nations. lirssia lropes to
recover, wilhoiutii arl'te, war, and blIoodIshed, tile' rights
foi'iided on Iirati-ss which have been lst huringi the
r,.-k in-m'rection. As the deinaI ls ot IRussiai piculi-
al'tv cI' ilar(i 'd te security o1 i the rige hts Cit t hisliian shb-
ji--tS' in thI Turkish states, tht,-re : I ,el no (quiestionl
raised about (;sen!l'' g' itself 'fr omt tho (;reek cau'c
Han ih he r 'ti r,(.sIc 'll those ri' t-i, riitlhde a W:ir only
on t,," r c. 111, and not pil ',, ii icth h I t\'weyt'it o lie ivoi p r)-s I s.) Il never
qi-it cs l.'.i i, hiltvce

engenders esteem and confidence, from which proceed
pace abroad, and happiness at home."



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Our letters from B&yonne, of the 4th inst. state
as follows:
My last informed you of the arrangement
made by Gen. Lopez ibanos, to turn the rebels
under the cumnand of Quesada. This operation
has perfectly succeeded. An express, !which ar-
rived this morning, has br. ght certain intelli-
geice that yesterday, at brtak o' day, Gen Baxios
ordered the attack on al. poirnits, upon the post
of Quesada. And the result was the loss to the
latter otupwaids ot 299 in.n killed upon the field
of battle, which is ncar iy the whole numb. of
persons capable oftu:ing arms amongst the )15iO
who had assembled i the -ailety ol Ru cal. 'l he
rest flea towards Arragon, ivu, b-a'ng able to re-
treat upon France, by the wood of Hyrati.
Amongst the nunmb.r of kill.'d are several
chiefs, including the fanm-ous Saaton L, dr-.n It
is not known what has become of Gen. Quesada.
Thus, the army which was to overthrow the con-
sttitutional government of Spain, and which arro-
gated the right of interpreting the intentions of
allied princes, is entirely destroyed.
Thirty of those unfortunate men who formed
part of the bhnd of the Curate Zavala, in Biscay,
have arrived here. They were enlisted to march
to Runcal, but they arrived too late.

In this city, on Thursday morning last, after a severe
illness of five months, Mrs. MA-r HAInIS, in the 40th
year of her age---deeply regretted by a large circle of
relatives and acquaintances.
Very stiddenly, on Monday evening last, TuoArAs VAs
SwEAri iNGE, Esq. Representative in Congress from the
district composed of Jefferson, Berkely, &c. in Virginia.
In Bristol, TP. I. on the 20th inst. CuAnL.s D'WOLF,
Esq. in the 78th year of his age. By the death of this
gentleman, his surviving family are bereft of a kind and
affectionate husband and father, and a numerous circle
of relatives and acquaintance of a sincere and highly va-
lued friend and companion. Having retired from busi-
ness, and being fully satisfied with the good things with
which his Heavenly Father had favored him, he resolved,
and carried it into execution, for several years before his
decease, to devote the whole of his princely income to
benevolent and charitable purposes. His memory is
blessed, and his grave will be bedewed with the tears of
the orphans and widows to whom his beneficence was
At his residence in Columbia county, Geo. on the 16th
instant, Mr. UOBERT CRAWFORD, brother of the Secretas.
ry of the Treasury.
On Saturday morning last, after a long and painful ill.
ness, Dr. G.EORGE BrowN, of Baltimore, aged 67 years.
The death of a good man is a common calamity to all his
surviving friends; he leaves a chasm in the human heart,
to be filled only with mournful feelings. and painful and
tender recollections. Dr. Brown, aside from his profes-
sional merits, possessed a heart warm with every tender
and benevolent feeling; he felt the distress that he re-
lieved, or assuaged and participated deeply in those suf.
ferings that medical skill could not mitigate. His grave
will be passed by many a poor man with a benediction on
his memory.-Alorn Chron.

Fire.-Last evening about eight o'clock a lire
broke out in the wooden buildings at Brocklyyn,
occupied as naval stores by Mr. Henry Waring,
which in a short period were completely envel-
oped ir flames. The amount of loss, including
the buildings, is estimated at Sl00,000. There
were about 12,000 barrels of naval stores, and
fronm 12 to 1400 bales of cotton, no part of which
could be saved. It is supposed to have been the
work of an incendiai y. The whole of the city
was illuminated in consequence of the combusti-
ble matter which became rapidly ignited, and as,
rended in majestic columns of fire and smoke to
the ho izon. At the moment we write, though
sixteen hours have elapsed since the flames burst
:tt, the smnki. coiliinuies tiv rise in large dense
bodies:, and to roll aloni, hke hes.avv darIk clouds,
which portend aln approaching uit'icane.

We regret extremely that it becomes our duty
to announce the fact that Mr.Gilnier is no longer
a candidate for a seat in the lHouse o Represen-
tatives ot the United St-ates. In him the state
Will lose ant industrious, intelligent, able, siad cn-
cirg-'tic reprcsentitive:. Hi- talentsare fully known
;nil appreciated t throughout the state, andti we be-
lieve the people generally entcrtii di-e snse
of the in!pirta.nt services he has al, -ady rc.dicm ed
t 'I n

----- LIBERTY OF THE PRESS. -I have seven children -you cannot Cive te; AGtIC'CLTUitiA,.
Sr -- work-must I steal and be hanged ?' It is re
V(-1.M^.1@ N"} $ Y '^. Extract o"f a letter from a gentleman t VeS' imai kanle that the same I ish who rush to rebe!- iThe foliowinigobservati,ns ofa Vermoint F:'.-rm.
Fork, to Captain Porter lion when they deem themselves oppressed, qui- er, sh..w that we should consult our real interest,
NEW Y .'ttK, AUG. 19, 1822. etly submit to starvation, and sink in death. The a* well as the liner feeling zs of our nature, by de- si
RnoX a conretsroNss r IN soCTiH CARLOLINA. Dagtt SIR : I can hardly say whether I am reason is obvious ; in the fi st case their passions fending the innocent robin from the attacks of g
a-- glad or sorry to see you engaged it, controversy were roused, in the latter they yield to inevitable both boys and mien. There are also other kinds S
Gentlemen: Being leased with the many just with persons having such means of annoyance in c'-lumity with resignation,. Much might be writ- jof birds who prey on the nseqts which devour our o
remarks of o)e of your correspondents upon hard their power as the conductor, of n wspapcrs. On ten on these traits of the human character, but it crops, and whose industry would anply reward fi
times, and reflecting on the copirusness of his the. one hand, I.apprehend a deal of vexation to would lead me from my subject.*- us for' protecting them.--F'armers' JIurnal. C
subject I feel a desire to ni,ke a few additional yourself; on the other, I feel satisfied your ap- I hope that the I. te draught will he received as I know of no method whatever to extirpate i
remarks upon it. An error into which your cor- peal to ,he people of the United States agtains a vwrning to our statesmen, and that the exam- this larger species, which humat ingenuity can sl
respondent seems to have fallen, is the condemn a licentious abuse of a-liberty on the part of these pies passing before them will cause serious con- devise. But Providence seems to have provided
nation of the rich in too general terms. It is con- persons, gr:'ned them, not for the purpose of iderations. Even at home we have had woful i an antidote to this evil, in the rubeaula, or coi- ti
siste-t with the best interests of society, that gratifying private pique or secret malignity, but experience, and be assured that there are heads mon Robin. This innocent and useful bird preys
there should be different grades of talent and ac- for the security of public freedom, cannot but in and hearts which will be influenced thereby. An with peculiar avidity upon this species of worm. s;
quirement ; we should not murmur at G Ad to those nd cause them to reflect on the extent of individual may change his opinion hastily by ca- This fact may be ascertained by visiting a nest of
the manner of his disposing his gifts, nor ask of theji rights and their duties, and perhaps oper- price or by conviction, but the majority of a na- young robins in the vicinity ofa corn ield, when J
mat any other legislative grant than that of en- ate to check a license already become dangerous ion slowly relinquishes even palpable errors. Do it will be perceived that they a'e fed lavishly up- D
joying lhe possessions we inherit from our mak- to the happiness of the cornmunry. t;ot despond. Truth is great, and must ultimate- on this kind of worm. At other tLuis, this bird
er. The man'who gets rich by his vices does an Indiscriminate attacks on individual character, ly prevail. PHiLOS. feeds upon different species of worms and bugs,
injury to society by his coitupt example ; but he ,- tilt gratification of party purposes, r 0p i-ate i which are found upon the surface of the ground,
who gets so by his virtues does a public service, terest or spleen, will unquestionably, however, *In Bengal ten million of the natives died of famine which services are of immense value and benefit
by his good example. Not only so ; of what a- end, as all abuses of a popular privilege must and ," 1769, without Jai insurreeetion, although the Britisi to the farmer, and ought to recommend it to his f
vail is charity connected with an empty purse ? will end, in checking the abuse, or ill rendei ing had not then 10,000 irope.is in the country peculiar care and patronage. But its innocence ti
Lik-- exhausted clouds, it yields but the shadow its exercise perfectly innocent and harmless in its F LONONPES and utility are inadequate to protect it trom the S
of good. Wealth is power; 'tis a great engil'e, effects. If the influence uf newspapers, as I take wLONDONAEanton utility areof boys and sportsmen. What
alike productive of good or harm, according to it, mainly depends upon the notion the people A bed of hempseed sown round beds of cab immense numbers ,f these ou. benefactors are
the hand that wields it. What are benevolence, entertain with respect to the integrity and patri- bages wdll actually prevent the destruction of that annually destroyed though mere wantoniess and a
philanthropy, and all the Christian virtues, with- otinm of their conductors, it cannot but happen plant by caterpillar cruelty, while we are constantly hearing of the ra- u
out wealth ? Just what a good knife is without a that the loss of this estimation in the sight of the On the capture of Havanna, the value of the vages of worms and bugs in the various depart- sl
back spring. There is hardly asiy complaint people wili weaken the influence of the press in conquest was estimried at three millions. The ments of vegetation. Even whole corn-ields ti
more generalthan th at against the respect paid the sa ole fordgree. prize money distribute, to the army amounted to have been laid waste the present season by this hi
to the rich, and the disrespect to the poor; but If the people, for instance, see the cndcrabout736,0001. he Earl of Albermarle cor- larger species of worm, wh:ch calamity might a
the one who has got rich by his virtues, and the of newpat..ers, one day pursuing with inveterate wonder in chief h had of ;Iis nearly 300,0001. have been obviated by having spared and fostered'
other who has got poor by his vices, justly merit hostility a man whom, a few days before,they held The ecoid in command, 24.539o The Maior the robin. The utility in fhint, of this invaluable J
the respective attentions paid their.. The rich. up as a model of private and public virtue, and Gnerals ech 681n ci. he rigadier Gnr5391 bird, is so obvious, tilihat even legislative, intervalfer. uable
by paying taxes, support government. By gov- this, too, without any alteration in his private 19471. The tield officers 5631. The captains ence is imperiously demanded to rescue it from
eminent we are protected in our liher'ies, lives, or public conduct, it is in the nature of things 124. Ths sbalterns i16t. The sergeats 81. the bloody fings of the fowler. Other states have
and property,and the pool are feJd,though-the poor that such wntonn, wilu!, not to say wicked, in- 15s. The corporals L. 16s, And the private their protecting laws for the benefit of innocent
fight our battles, the rich pay them for it; and consistencies, must, in the end, place the cha- 41 h ls.d eac m and useful birds, and why should we be distanced i
many are not more secure under the pestilence ractersofdistinguished persons above the intlu- The Germanjunalsannounceabrilliant music in the sacred cause of humanity ? The subject
of their own vices, than the artillery of their coun- ence of a press so prostituted. Every man will cal discovery. A citizen of Courland,of the arne may appear trifling and novel at first, but a little
try's foes. have a character entirely exempt from tne attacks of Hauscn, has inverted an instrument, whaic11 reflection will convince any one that it is by no n
The cry of hard times proceeds more from an of persons in whom the people will, in this case, e s y co, ad wch, to a are e ea nimpotant." e
inability to gratify inordinate desires, than from have lost all coifidencc. ois yantpcono ald winch, to a h eauty, i
actual want. He who made his thousands last Tyranny is tyranny, by whatever name it may joins the advantage of compaasiing all the tones ,
year, cannot be satisfied with his hundreds this. be called, and the tyranny of a prostituted press of the vitlin bass, viol acollo, and the sigh con- Calvert Couny Chac Court, / lay term, 1842. a
He will acknowledge that misfortunes happen to ~I mean a press, prostituted to the purposes of tre, (Hautre cuntre.) All who play on theu piano John are, vrs. Frances Chanbers de widow lacob
call perform on tlhe (lynsmicon, and witi1 iti a Cambers, Waiam Chamber-, Samuel bhiarsii, >l'ito
mat, but he. cannot acquire the great secret of individual defantation-is quite as bad, nay, ite a concert. Chambers, Coil Cambers, and tRichard Chambers, *i
bringing them home, and is ever carving ou' worse, than tn-it which merely interferes with the H rso i e ce uk o f Ykncert Uriah Chria-tblers,iza Chambers,datsharie Chan bers, a
prosperity for himself, and adversity for his neigh- rights of the citizen. It is far more injurious to is Ryal Hihmness the Duke of York, we and Ce lambers, and Jo Lawre, d- P
bor.' That s.an never complains of hard times, the happiness of men, to lose a portion of their unederstanu, has made aver his estate at Oat- ministrator of Jacob Chambers.
who consider s every e- joyment, such as proper g :od nate, than to be deprived of a portion of lands, with the growing crops, &C. to trustees ,itE object of the bill, filed in this cause, is to obtain a
g o tile p'iyuuient of his ebto. The trustees aue-c decree tor thie .5ae of the real estate oh Jacob
ty, liberty, family, and even life itself, as loans their ciil rights. Hence, in a politic..i, as well o the l o audefrdais teb and Colonel Steherson e chambers, lecea s e, ohr th be btefit of te aediot Jaco
from the author of all good; and is ever ready as m al point of view, it is ettr or the happi- te aid ac peona estate, sta
to acquiesce in the call to return each or all these ness of a nation that there should be no newspa- tcle terms of thae arrangement, all debts not ted b it said b ui, tist suilictnto pay his debts.
great sources of temporal felicity. When I hear pers, than that the private character of every IexCU-ii 1 i ar to be paid imimediaelyin t is also d taed, that Wiiliam Chambers, Sami.tei
men complaining that they have the worst chil- man, his te,.li.igs, his happiness, tile repose of full. Chambers, and John Guambers, do not reside in tiue l
dren, the worst servants, and a troublesome world, his family, and the hopes of his future fae Lo Grey tely id, in the British House of I on motion of the complain Ma nd nt, order-
dr-en, a lsopcs i *Lot- .1- j ius, thtat, let thiligs take theii ci Curse, a i id t is thereuipon, on motion of the complainant, order- ti
I fancy I see good children, but bad parents, good should lie at the mercy of a corruptt press, that h ir Lot'dsips o t ae-i- r ed, that he cause a copy of this order to oe oubished t:
servants, but bad masters, an agreeable world, wantonly abuses a liber-y, which th-'. munithccnce t. hr -rif' ohp audd prserty t ve to t e ploei, six successive wet-s in the National intelligence, to a
but wretched inhabiitants. "This kind of corn- of our a;.cestors secured to them by toil an olu ofod, tie trllnsfrl oflla d ,orup)rt'y to other hands, to i the ient that the said; Wdha aaimoers, sanmuot. o
plainer calls to mind a homely person, who Should such a system of things. continue, atd the itc et,h if sot. tie dcsructi- n, ol the at- chambers, and John Chambers, have notice of this ap v
blames the glass for the misfortunes of his fea- gather strength, it will riot be long oelore the li- sia i y of that !rouse. The ELan ;a Liverpool prication, a-sd the iature sitd biect o tis suit, ayd
lures. ofatile p ess wi ut ot n ame for' thte id into man cotld reg"'tt sKs h clba ,c Ali psro- mnay be warned to appear in this court in person or by Y
tures. berty of the press will be but another name for the cou E. r la t sohcito,, on or before the fifteenth day or'October next,
The great bust'e and complaints of the world iyr'anniy t.f Editors. But there is little danger of py c than hiisl, but it was a c1lamisuty o suew cas, it ny they have, why a decree should
seem to owe their rise to a mistaking of means this ever being tihe case, because, thte eternal law, ibre likely to enstie frm uts'img reductitno- to tnt be passed as prayed
for ends, the relations oft things and duties ; but which ordains mat the abuse of a pri ilege always an extreme than firoim any ti:r cause. Test WILLIAM J. MORSELL, Clerk.
whorh endsthe.... aug t8--6b
above all, their not proportioning their desires to leads to its destruction, will provide a remedy .J ....c atg 28-6tt ..ow
the objects of pursuit. Human happiness does where a remedy for aill abuses is provided in a Iutltuio*tAon 'touttty, to wit : C MARS-HAL'S SALE.
not consist in eradicating desires (which is im- tree countryy-i the sentiment of a liberal, hu- ,-, 7.'o the petition ii :N Vt.. '.oao.,s aitO insolvent debt- eN vi'te o a w it of nti cias issued fruhmtn the
possible) but in regulating them ; nor has happi- nmane, and enlightened, people, who will not laIl k*S. -., cftin'i! in ite prison o .C ... s county directed, Ote or ti e county of Washington, to me
ness an existence independent thereof. We calln- to perceive, that nothing pure calt come fromi a for debt: Nonce !s li't: .i n;io the creditors of the direc'ted, I St expose, to public sale, lor catn, on sa-.
not conceive any fruition in the possession of all polluted source, and notning goud, lio;n a total utId 1 A. ildten th.ktsan ite first Tuesdaoy of eptem- the e24thi d oreaugustanext, yon I the pre: 's
object we did not desire ; nor car. I subscribe to disregard to private 'eling, private ights, and t1 p e 'y iat o I ic i'is, t e itit o t"ne a hiton, vzg : part ofa lot Nu 20, in square No. 432,1
the following sentiment, though ancient : social happiness. ti rhef ins t e with the irict f 19 square leetfronngd taen tree
.Eelhe e m seivi non qui quod v ellit h aberit,ci-i, re ,'hief o i n i -"'e ta t s 'itin n th e t aist ictibi i
Selicep seii non qui quod vellit aerit Columbia" wll be aunislred to the said 11solvent and wit lhe improvements tereon. Seized and taken in
Sed qui per fatum nou data non cuperit. "'O 1HOMO. : trustee appointed f(;r tihe be efit of h:s creditors, rnfless execution as the property of Ambrose Moriarty. a;d
I cannot conceive how cutting off a desire sihicent cause to tile contrary3 ne then and there shewn will be sold to satisfy a debt due to tzhe iauk o the,
makes us happy. It may make us less misera- You ave justly observed, tat charity can onl) Provide a copy .)f tis notice be inserted in the Na- nitedttes. le to com e o'. M.
ble, but not moe py.ay A person who, fr give a sigh and a tear to nuF.m y, ii she h .s .ot. tonal itilligetcer hieotimn.i previous to thesaid da : GGOLD,
intoxication, or any other excitement, becomes any thing in hter alld atid you lave antticepated, iid i t ,s hlurter ordered that ie petitionerI be and ap- I-'l 'ove sale is posipned to Friday the
ino hi aor i her, i u met, comeson this extensive conien, inq titles o crps, par at e e and pe, t te oppose aforesaid. a've s is postp o day the
unconscious of his situation, is not miserable ; in several states, froina sant or a super-abl l. by order of' thile 11 lebWe Vilitam Craich, Chief, 27t1 1e'ptebiluer.
b,t .it would be bad logic to call him happy. .dance o t'ai, w icis y, state can e, in a gre .lo *ldge uf the Circuit Co rt of the United States for the aug 28-

be diminished, without a proportionate, or any degree, remedied by expeditures on public ir aug 28-3t MAtiHAL'S ALE.
quantity of sweet being added. The individual provements by the general government, which ashing-ton Countty, N virtue of a writ of tien tacias issued frm, the
who desires just what his abilities will enable l l nabe the distressed to puichae from in- ubia, S to w: Gler's Office of tl District, ior tle c county o
him to acqtuitr, is as happy as he can be, and ters. o N tihe petition of LIANA s. Bnow, an isolvent i to rae as expoli
this much ad no more(uness by fraud,) is at- Your reasoning is corroboratd by facts in Ire- debtor, confined in he prison of Washington county arNea's Fraki el, o Wedneday the4thday
tainab e. Th e fruitful source of human isery at- la he right hion. Den.sis Brownie sid, in tilc ;,r debt : Notice is hei by given to the creditors ol their e September next, I negro man,naed Wt.iame,and su u-
tainable. The fruitful source of hunian iitery tL.use of Conmons, Lthat he ithiglhy appiovwd said.htitiaaa t. Brown,th t,oni the 1st 'tresdayuofSepetei- dr'y -muleikld F..rniture, cnsistin, of Fables, Chairs,
is an acquired propensity to over-tax capacity. her nextat I o'clock, a a.at the curt room,he oath pe. &C, Sze and tuen in execunion as te proper, o
iMan squares his desires more by his neighbor'sat" o sle esures aken by s a.st manste sribedy ti eact of tgerss, entitled An act fr nex l s
acquirement than by his own Dowers to acquire to relieve thle distresses ,of Irela- d, thr-,ugi the reiefoti insolvent debt,s within the District ofColum es to'htic aha w Gill. be o ee to cs 'ciock, P M.due
This world is like a large cheese or loat fir-ely medium of labor and em.ployncnt. It is. ie of bia," .will be administered to the said insolvent, and a iSe o CH INGO' t
served up to a number of guests; not all for one, the atomalies of the present state of Ireland, trustee appointed for th benefit of the creditors, unless ag 28- Marshal D. C. *
served shpoe according g to hg s dexterous use' while the people are starving, expoi t of pro ul- sucffient cause to the cnitrary be then and there shev i
but each to share accords g to his dexterous use sot is tiade firm thit county Ths is i so P-ovided a copy of this notice be inserted in the Na- MANRSHAL'S SALE.
of the knife ; and those who modestly wait to be sina s ade im that ci th-ty. Th lional Intelligencer thres times previous to thee said day. N virtue of two writs of fieri fhcias, issued out of the
helped, like the foolish virgins, will depart from trog a fte i te t t t a it is further order, that the petite be and Clrk's ice o this District for the county f as-
the least with empty knapsacks ; and, what is pri.'.ta f.tcie, that this di tress wsv exag.ge atsd ; appe r at the time and place, for the purpose aforesaud. ington, to me directed u, I shall expose to public sale, for
reiiarkable, though always devouring, never but though provisiotis, such as re;,t, Cmeal, c. By order of the Honprable iliam Cranch, Chief cash, on Friday, the 23dday of August inst., the toi-
losest an atom of its bulk. It does appear there were as cheap aalnost a, he remembers it t be, -Judge of the Cicuit Coart of the United States or the lowing descred real estate lying and being in I e City
is as gre,.i a reform necessary among our clergy at this time of the year, yet, were ite it3ss an au 28-3t W. IENT, C t16 suare No. asoin squareNo93, loebtdNo.
as any other members of society. I'lhey have W ashi:igto County, bed and bedstead, 12 chairs, sundlry articles of kicuen
bec,,e so metaphysical and opposed to good those who know elnd, hee i no ey, no District of Coluuabia, to wit: furniture, 2 nma>hogany tables, I horse and cart; seized
W- t. :, they r.,rely condescend to speak of any circulating medium in the county. lie had be. ,N the petition of Ms ACK CA..IstEui and Giir E an.i taken in execution as tIe property of Josins Simp.
s,- unary objects. They deem it beneath their fore sid, a,,d hefpre written, that tios st"te of t'rtt inl u vent debtors, Confined in tie prison son, and will be sold to satisfy debts due to Cornehus
hi uinctionis todeprucate the disosition ,f the things must be altered, or the country could not ; of W N-uigtilon county fur debt: Notice is iherey giv- Wells-. Sle to take place on lot No. l, in square No.
* ri to pride and dissipation, and the miseries go on." en to thle creditors of the said Meshack Campbell and 293, the residence of said Sunpson, at t10 o'clock, A. M.
a oruding to the poor for aping them. A north- The followingg extract from a letter of the Rev. George Ptirker. that, oi tlie first Tuesday in Septemer TENCH INGGOLD,
ding :it 11 o cltci, i h a1 tn tilheu m.l A'th Tnl the ,rllal ialD. C.
ern preacher will coident slavery, while a Tbhomus l ritt, of Craig, conftirns the luorcgoing n:th, hprscrld 1 c ,le a.ct of Conreus, entitled An august 17-Aldts
southern 6ne will have tle principal part of his reaoinig of th e hon. member. !act t te r..f noe debrs hin the Dirict The above sale is postponed until Mon.

capital cm.,loyed in this ,species of property; ard IThie fif y pounds you have given nre, gentle- of Goltimbia," wIll be adminiiitered to the said insolvents, day next, at 11 o'clock. Sterns, 6 months credit.
e.en buy for the profit of selling, as in'-then emer- mren, will be expended in giving bye pence per- ad a tru-lee- ppintcd f,r Ci.ie benefitt of the creditors, aug 28-
chandsie.* 'Tis true, they will profess to buy day for work to fathersof lanildhes-tor l arn tore- uil Iss stthicent cause to tie contrary be then and theie
for use, hut tint findini themselves suited, ,h ed to confine tnyself t those on suiteose lbor heo-; s .U LIC SA .E.
will sell again. The clergyman has it in his pow- men and children depend ; five pence will only tioird [itlligeutcr three time previous to the said day. the name ofe icihard Cutts, is positponed until
er to do much. There is an idea of sanctity or buy ten pounds of potatoes. I could have 600 And it is further ordered, t at the petitioners be and vWednesday, September 4th next, to wit:
divine prerogative attached to his functions. Hie applicants to work on the new road. I am daily appear at the time and place, for Chi purpose aforesaid. Square 227 Lot 4 Tax $6 29
might do much towards dispersing the fogs of beset with fathers of families, begging for the love By order o"f tne honorable William Crach, Chief 5, 486
ignorance, and wrenching from the hand of the of God, that I would save them from the jaws of uge of the Circuit Court of the Uited States for the 8 57t
oppressor his rod, from vice her powers of fas. deatth," &c. aut 2-4 t WVi. riltiNT, c.lerk. 12 6 29
sination, and teach man the great worth of love Suppose a bushel of potatoes to weigh fifty I)RAW ING ANNOUNCED 1) 230 2 S 62
to man, and benevolence to all creatures. But, pound ; the price, at five pence per 1 lb. is 25 N Wcdesday, the 9th of ctober, will take place 4 8 00
unfortunately, things are not as they should be : p eal with u whch oes o wi 50 he 6 6 t8
the manners too often form the clergy, instead of lb. per bushlel, is now at a dollar, or 54 pence GRAND NATION AL LOTT'ERY, 10 8 o
the clergy the manners. PRACTICE. sterling. Fortunately for our wvorkmene, labor is 'Fifth Class. 250 7 576
-higher here than in Ireland, but there is a great Ounly three more drawings, and ndl of the following 8 5 76
*We trust this is a gress slander, and cannot let it pass complaint of want of work. l he retrenchments Grand Capital prizes are ii the Wheel: 9 288
without expressing our abhorrence even of the idea. of a government are sometimes i,.jurious to a 100,000 DOLLJARtS. 257 4 11 52
[EEu'ous. nation, if they throw m:n out of employ whob 25,000 .D)OLLAlIIS. 5 6 08
cannot find occupation elewvctse ; and, on th.e 10,000 DOLLJifl. 6 4 hS
Other hand, an increased expenditure, upon use- 5,000 )OLL S. 888 12 888
A writer in the London Morning Chronicle ful objects is often most judici-u' and beneficial 31 of 1000 D)LLdAli. SlI 81
mentions, that he heard the late eminent chan- If there be a sufficiency of money in a country 2 50i )OLL.dBS. Sale to commence at 4 o'clock, P. M. Terms of sale,
cery-lawyer and statesman, Sir Samuel Ronmilly, the revenue, if collected according to the moral Belides a iargie of number i 1...,. and smaller prizes, cash. .105. BRUMi.EY,

utter, at a dinner table, in a mixed company, with principle, th:it every man should contribute ac- Whole licetts '.--'.00 i Quarters 6 25 Collector 1st and 2d Wards.
more than his usual solemnity and emphasis, the cording t- his mea.,s, will fall less heavily if it be rd'ers enclosing c ighthi 3 12 aug 28-
following words: u The state of the Court of 40,000,tO that when the revenue is only 20,000 r rurs enclosing cas it person alze pickets willas made, ~ ORi SALE,
haneryissuch as would be a disgrace to any 0oo00 when there is a sa, city of money. \Vhen rod iset at et11dteu)y, willf e in tii lto secured a chance ir ,T AN YARD situ ngtonlsquare east of square
civilized country.' there is a want of ioney, contributions to charit- or the above, ricpriz:s. A select and general assort- paton of SAAC DAWS; there are about 40 vat, a
able institutions, and the use of schools and ol iment oftnumbers for sale at bark mill, and necessary buildings, all in good order ;
On the first of May a'newly married couple, books, are diminished ; for charity begins a D. GILLESPIE'S the terms will be made easy. Those disposed to purt-
(in the duchy of B-.den,) being overtaken by a home. Fortunate Office, chase it is expected will view the property; further
thunder storm, took shelter unier a walnut tree. The clergyman abovementioned states, that N B. l Pennsylvania sav'nie. WVashingt n City. description, therefore, is deemed unnecessary. For
wthnere lh wre th shtr. un r wlt tre. l a a niod se t N. B. Clubs or inliv.duals ordering 5 or more tick- thrther particulars apply to the subscriber near the
where they were both struck by lightning, anda !or mtan, with a famished countenance, said r ets will be supplied at the rate of16 dollars. Centre Market
killed oi* the spot. him, Sir, I have not tasted food these two days aug 28- 3. aauguast 16-aotf "TOMAS MUitlRAY.

HIV'sing1'un county, )
District o'f Columhia, to wit.
'N the prt tionu of ino.As io'.A,.ison aind WAni:-.
I W. illinso.v, insolveat debh;cr-, confined in the pri-
On of Wsii o'.on conilt to (e' t : t 'oce is heieby
given to th creditors of, tile smii Tii .n .as onaldsoln
rld W\;rrii W. Hud.son, tllt, cin te fiv'st Tuesday of
epeminber, at 11 o'clock, a.m. :it the court room, the
ath prescribed by the act of Cuongrns entitled An act
or the relief tfinsolvent debtors wvidin the District of
!oli umbi,"A, il be administered to Ith said insolvents,and
trustee appoiien ftor the benefit iof 'e creditors, un-
ess sufflicienit cause to the contrary be then and there
Provided, a copy of this notice be inserted in the Na-
onal Intelligencer three times previous to the said day
And it is further ordered, that the petitioners be and
ppear at the time and place, lur the purpose Maore-
Bly order of the honorable W'tcium Crpnch, Chief
udge of !lie C'rcuit Court ofthe waited States for the
District of Colu0u,0:)a.
ai, 28 31 vM. IH.ENT, Cleik.
/aushiingtoo Coaunt.,
District of Columbia, to wit:
0N the petition of JAIKUS MaERRITT, insolvent debt-
or, confined in the prison of Washington county
or debl : Notice is hereby given to the creditors of
he said Jairis Mereitt, that, on the first Tuesda\ of
eptember next, at 11 o'clock, a. in. at the court room,
ie oath prescribed by the act of Congress, entitled '" An
ct for the relief of iisolvnt debtors within the District
t'Coltin'b],"will be adatinistered to tie a.id insolventi,
nd a trustee appointed for the benefit of his creditors,
unless sufficient cause to the contrary be then and there
Provided, a copy of this notice be inserted in the Na.
onal int-lligesicer three ttm s previous to Iie said day.
And it is further ordered, that the petitioner je and
appear at the time and place, tor the purpose, aforesaid,
By order of thie honorable Willim n Cranch, Cniet
udge of the Circuit Court of tile t liled States for the
District of Columbia. WM. BRENT, Clerk.
.ur: .'8--3t
fsi'l.shintgton County,
District of Columbia, to wit.
*N the petftiion of knwitoo n !nti.:rB:, as insolvent
r debtor, confined in the prison of fVashiigton county
irdebt: Notice is hereby given to the creditoiasoftbhcsaid
idd,'ard D)e b e, that, oi the lirst ',eslav of Septemnber
ex at 11 o'clock a m.atthecourt ronam,theoath prescrib-
d by the act of Congiess, entitled An act for the relief
f insolvent debtors within the Dis'rict of Columbia,"
wi;l be administered to the suid insolent, .nd a trustee
pointed for the henejit of tih creditors, unless sufli-
ient cause to tlie contrary be then and there shewn.
Provided, a copy ofthis notice be iniscrted in llthe Na-
inimal Intelligencer three tin't s, previous to said day.
t'Ad it is further ordered that the petitioner be and ap.
ear at the time and place, for the purpose aforesaid.
Iy order of the Hoin. Wilhiam '.-inch, (hief Judge
' the Circuit Court of the United States for the Dis.
net it Coltmnba.
aui28-3t WM. BRENT, clerk.
'-..I T the subscrber has obtained from the Orphsns'
it Court of Washington County, District of Columbia,
letters of administration, de bonis non, will ai;nexed,
n thi personal e.itate of Samuel Love, late of Washing-
toI county, deceased. All persons having claims against
he said deceased, are hereby warned to ,xhibit tie
ame, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at
or before the 27i.h day of August nex they may oiher-
wise by law be excluded froin all benefit of said estate.
(ivein under mv hand this 27th lay of Auigust, in the
ear 1822. DAVID M. FORIIES 1', administrator,
de bonis non, with the will annexed.
aio 28--v'3w S t'
SJf ILL be offered, at public sale, on Wednesday, the
' 31st inst. at the West Market House,
2 Crtrpets
2 Rugs
I Ilureaui
6 Tables
25 Windsor Chairs
I Fender
5 Coverlets
4 Blankets
2 '.ounterpanes
3 High Post Bedsteads
4 Fei her Beds aria Bedding
Taken as the property oft George Miller, to satisfy tax-
s due to the Washigton t.;ity Corporation, together
with expense of sale. Terms of safe casil, iale to
commene e at 7 o'clock, A. M.
jIly 19 Col. 1st and 2d Wards.
S y The above sale is postponed until Wed-
nesdA tfie 11th of September, at the same hour
and place.
aue 28-3t
STILL be offered, at public sale, on Friday, the 16th
W inst. at the West Market House,
1 Dining Table
1 Bureau
1 Breakfast Table
1 Stand
Taken as the property of Robert Frazer, to satisfy
axes due the Washington City Corporation, together
with the expense cf sale. Terms of sale cash.
august 6 -3t Col. 2d and d3 Wards.
,CP The above sale is postponed to Wednes-
lay, the Ilth of September, at the same hour and
sug 28-St
SIL be offered, at public sale, on Friday, the 16th
inst. at the West Market douse,
1 Large Catrpet
1 i):aing Table
6 Windkor Chairs
6 Pictures with Gilt Frames
I Looking Glass
1 Ilireatu
1 Feather BHer, Bolster, and Pillows
1 :'igh Post Bedstead
'"ak;;n as thle property of John Waters, to satisfy taxes
due to the Washington City Corporation, together with
the expense of sale. Terms of sale cash.
augustil 5----3t Col. 1st and 2d Wards.
jCi The above sa!e is postponed to WVednes-
day, the 11 th September, at the same hour an.
ausg 28-3t
ILL be off red, at public sale, on Wednesday the
3l1t inst., at the W est Market House,
I Sideboard 1 Settee do
3 Mahogany Tables 1 Walnut
8 Yellow Ornamented Chairs
1 Oval Candle Stand
I Hound Candle Stand
1 Bureau 1 Carpet
1 Dressing Glass
6 Windsor Chairs
5 Feather BIeds
4 tols'ters and 10 Pillows
4 Sheets and 10 Quilts
15 Blankets
2 High Post Bedsteads with Sacken Bottoms
3 Low do do da
4 Window Curtains
1 Pine Desk 2 Pine Tables
Kitchen Furniture.
1 Pine Cupboard and Dresser
1 Table with Folding Leaves
1 Pine Table

1 Bell-Metal Kettle
1 Shovel and 2 pair Tongs
Taken as the property of Henry Smith, to satisfy taxes
due to the Washington City Corporation, together with
expense of sale. Terms of sale cash.
july 19-3t Col. ist and 2d Wards.
~-C. The above sale is postponed until Wed-
resda-, the 1 lth of September, at the same hour
and place. au; 2i-. !

-- ence and etiterprizing character of the editors of the opinion of the editors of the Patriot-it is ,t-'
t rl l, -'" the Patriot. Tnose who give the tone to public ter y utrue, that our attempt to defec:d the char-
".'e J .rj,.,'-,L .C opinion in a resp-ctable S:ate ; who dictate to acter of Captain HuIl from the vindit.lve assaults Gentlee:
the People whom they shall elect to office-whom of his personal and political enemies, flowed from last, wh:ch was
WE E A A they shall ostracize, and whom proscribe ; who a',y pen but ours, or sprung from any source but rida, having only
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. even undertake to furnish instru(ctions to thtir that honest indignation which persecution ever' returning to an
representatives in Congress, and to say what excites in out' bosoms. If the editors of the Pat- would, without
If our readers find is in conflict with editors of thidr course shall be, are of too much considera- riot chose to jin the c y against Capt. H ull, they idea that I was
newspapers, of late, oftener than usual, we rely tin>, not to afflict, by their displeasure, the hum- had no right to int' rfere with our opinions, and da. To bviate
upon their indulgence o pardon it, on the ground ble editors of this paper, whose situation leaves still less to impeach our motives. They now lish the enclose
that these controversies involve something of to them no object of pui suit but the public inte- have their answer, which w',ulrd have been longer, transmited to P
principle, and that the ends of justice and truth rest, which is only the scape-goat of the mere if we were not heartily tired of wrr.ngling with to all ot!,e plac
are best promoted by a frank interchange of cpi- traders in politics who happen to hve possession our contemporaries, and particularly with those iy it sh,:.old b ,
onions on public topics between us and those wno of oonme of our newspapers. It is insinuated, in- who are acquaintances of ours and profess to be I left mry nati
chuse to pit themselves against us. Our editoi- deed, that we have great respect for the Con- our friends. da. I remainn:
al articles only fill the place of so many old ad- gressofthe United Sats. Since hen did that with which i w,
vertisements-and our readers therefore cannot become an offence ? We wish we could say as vern Or, kc. till
well lose m-ch by the space which we thus oc- much or certain friends of ours, who at this Further returns from Aentucly.-iobert P. edr there to disch
cup) with matters of minor import. moirent shew any thing but respect fori any de- LetcLer and Philip Tlitoiison are elected Re- assigned min, ar
Whenever certain editors get out of humor r apartment of the govertrnent,. s they have said for' presentatives to Congress from the state of Ken-, tntn July ,lnd
with themselves, or with any body else, for any us in this particular, it is an unaminabe tra!t in tucrkybth new members. It appear. now to and hai again,
reason, or fiorno reason, they are in the habit of' any man to rail at public men merely because e;r loynment in t he
venting their spleen upon the National Intelligen-ithey are public men. But it is further insinu- be questioned whether J. Sped 'Smih is re- in t e c Di'lr.ct
cer; something like il!-condi:ionred husbands, J ated, that the ne.t election of printers to Con. elected, as announced. At least half tie mean- to South renr
who, put out of humor abroad, go home and ex- gress" may have some influence on the support bers elected to the Seventeenth ongrecs will be le e, aniid s a
haust their rage upon their unoffending wives, we attempt to give to the present administration new member's. Two districts yet remain to be p,;'ocsninrn for 1
We have borne ourselves so meekly towards our of the government.* If so miserable a motive heard from. Baltimore, Aug.
brethren of the type, that they seem to think they operated upn us, we should now forbear whatRepresentative
cannot presume too far upon our' good nature. It we say. WVe shot.It let malice, envy and uncha- fliliam L. Brent is elected a Representative
is something remarkable, too, that among those ritableness have free scope-let the political wea. to Congress from the state of Louisiana, by a To ihe Voler.
who have tuken the greatest liberties of thi5 soit-- their cocks veer with every blast of wind-a:.d let majority of about 200 votes over his opponent, J. MYr I iaNs aN]
always excepting the true Boston-stanmps, and the those unheeded desert the Republican party, andl S. Johnston. circumstances wn
men of principle in proportion to their interest- betray their friends, who owe all their conse- didate for Congre
are those wo om we had reason to suppose were quence in society, and their prosperity in life, to A census of the popoilalion of the state of last,) now deter
our personal friends. Perhaps, however, they ; having belonged to it. But, suppose we are Massachusetts, in the year 176:f, (not 60 years d&lred as no long
may justify tht mselves by the plea of a certain Pr uters to CG. ngres ; the competition is open to ago,) Is just been published ; irowr wlhch it ap- My address 'on
lady, whose politics were more to be admired all, and the Editors of the Patriot are welcome to pears, that the grand total was at that day 248,714, sitting a voter t
than her morals. Good-hearted beings !" said engage in it. We do nt know that there is any souls, of whom only 20,788 belonged to ain. been mentioned:ry
she, on being blmed for ridiculing her friends, imore blame in count acting to execute w,,rk that The population of Massachusetts Proper,was, by ty to chioo',e andt
" I laugh atthemn because 1 love them: I could we wore brought up to, than tiere is in a Print- the last census, 523,287 so. Is, and that of M.ane Reasons, which
not love any thing I might not lauh at i" So her's contracting to ca, ry the mail over a dozen 297,839 ; making together 82',126; having more m that amn now
willing are we to accept of any excuse from them 01or' two of routes in one of the States. We do than trebled vithin the period of 60 years. cannot go rn med
that we will allow our friends even 'he benefit of not mean to blame the editor or editors of the Iv identified w h'
this, hoping th',t they will not carry this evi- Patriot tor being mail.contractrs by wh.,lesale. legate shuld be.
dence of their friendship so foar that even Lady Ve only state the fact, in order to ask hem The following letters have been handed to us herefore, as I
Dashfort's false logic will not avail them. what they would think of us, were we to adduce for publication : doing every thin
l'Th're is another class of editors, of leading thele contracts as a! gumen.s against their h,- NAvY I 1at', r, to doloryour Te
prints in the Uni mn, who aspire to a personal po- esty ? Let :be t reply to tiat qu.s.on iairiy, and Aug 1, v here. peou, btof whom,lea
litical influence, through the means of their edi- they will come at our answer to them in stronger ith returndcompliance wh your l better of the ueh of May last ve he fore eryou.
trial labors. Not content with the pursuit of terias than we chuse to ut upon paper. I vish you may
one profession, they double the politician with tihe The Eiiors of the New-Hanmpshire Patl it, answer to ,our inquiry as to the parts o the testtony Hut if I know rmy
printer, and aspire to equal eminence in both however, in following up their first assault upon il relation to Mr. Binney's affairs, upon which your opi. oe more iidustri
parts. '1hey sometimes are torlunate en-ugli to us, have broac.,ed dactcines whics shew what nion was r.questd, I have to state that it was not my in- duties e might
parts. They sornlelhneb are fortunate en-igh to what wShould I De eto
ata n it. To this we are far from objecting. We sort of stuff that republicanism is made of, which tSition to impose upon you tihe trouble of examtning aiy rmay, at some ,-t
are gratified to see our profession honored. We they vaunt th,;mselves upon in derogationl ofours. o: the testimony not taken before you. The testimony for which I sliril
b.,ar in mind that it has furnished to the world a W, had occasion, some time ago, to notice a pd- taken previous to your entering upon tie examrtnatoit, hope again to enj
Fr aklin, and that the roll of the profession in this ragraph of Goven.or Beil's last Message to the had been returned to the lDeparutnent, with the opinion teen, which I tru
country is graced by names on whose real worth Legislature of New Haompshnie, iod to shew of tlre genI:emen engaged in taking it.t
titles of nobility could confer no additional lus- wherein we thought it wrong and unjust towards It my former letter to you wdi! aduit of the construc- Baltimoare, ug"
tre. WVe feel an honest pride at finding them in the aduiinstration of the general government tion you suggest, I have no objcclion to your contining
the hIgh ,laces-in the Senate, in the Represent- We are accused of having violated *. decorum" your opinion to the tesuln.o y t:,acr by Mr. Blake and The following is a
atives' Chamber, or in the best offices in the state in so doirg, arndl of having deserved the resent- yourself; although I stiould tie pl r.e' wiLti h tiig your ed Arme
governments, Howbeit, our course lies in a dif- meant" of Gov. B's constituents. Here we rind opinion on the whole case. I do not wiah to impose uponi
ferent path. N such objects glitter in our eyes. it nmaintainta d, in effect, that Executive Messages you the burthen of' e';aiing the voluminous tstiiourny We have v
Having no am-ibition to gratify, we have no parti- aret not propiurly subject to reCinai k, at least to frce that h.as t'en taken. The Anti Cm.u
alities to flatter, no prejudices to inflame. We remark ; and that such free remarks on the se4- I am .respectfully, &c. surcs 't reTn'Ot
can speak what we think, in cases where editors timients publicly delivered by an Executive ofi- Cpt CiHARLES MoRIS ST iOMPSO. limits .i;;nar
of this class speak what is politic, plausible, cer to the Legislature, must be resented, not only __ country is in a
and fit to propitiate the popular suffrage. It by him, butb oy hs cOnsltuoents. Now we protest, I.s'rotN, AL(;. 22,1822. much blood is
suits the purpose of editors of this description with alt our' force, ag.uinst this attempt to ensiave Sn : Yiir letter ofthe 10, i instant was received ves- Spin is in a
sometimes to be very severe upon us. Thty thus the press. We were particular ly careful to say terday ; and I have now the hoOr to forward mY o1ii.on her ca.italist.
display their own merit by undervaluing ours. As nothing disrespectful ot Governor Bell, pel son- upn the depositions chichi ere taken by Mr. Blakeand jetiop"rV ,Ae'
we like to serve our friends, we could bear this ally, but .lie contrary, on the occ asion refrr- inyself, in relation to the conIdu:t oU i1r. ioney, u.s Navy a 'vrelunitedt o this
very -ell, if used in moderation., But it is some- ed to, We spoke not even of his public charac- Aent. --
tiimes carried to an extent which is no long. tei, much less of Ihis private cha actc'-but of 'The trimsaction referred tIn L? ,nseah Siders was, upon
bearable, and we take the liberty to check it. If ls abstract opiilous. lAnd without evn at- general pretciples, m i ny ir,,:,;i, ii,rrect, bt there Died, at his re
we but wince, our wry faces are construed into teninpting to defend those opi.rons, it is made imat s no proof that any fraud was practiced, or ite ded day the 8th inst.
deep offence ; and, with the rationality which the ter of accusation and resent,nerr, that we veil- gai.st the United States, by >ir. linney, in t* e tranua- fvir." Filranm
intoxication of Dower sometimes displays, we are tured to maintain the purily ol the leading met ,i.. ione oftrie earliI
made to feel the scourge, because we have dared of the republican paity, bei.g those whom it appears, by the deposiors of Mes srs. Ellis, (od- riors of' Ketuock
to complainof the wrong, the country has delighted to honor, against th. dard, a urdtt,ad the exosact from tie bolo s of tne
In both the above classes we find our friend, the broad insinuatiornis of a governor of a state, offi- dadr, an luditt, od the exuract hom tie bneks of tir
senior editor of tne New Ha.npshire Patriot. He ialily proclaimed. We should ha,e doubted our Foreth Auditr o tie Freasy, latcerir ati' I lu P. ,la
is a man of influence, a Senator of the state, and construction of this attack on the liberty of thc. onisid tne Uniterh States by ,e SanuehClarthiar e 'a ) r t-
consitlerbliv oserciargid, tent that bills hor- thestn nut'ier h 'r .
it is probable may arrive at the dignity of Senator press, out for the succeeding passage s, the Pa have been paid. Mr. rirned assets that ie he na lo pter- Aictionr ad Co.r
of the United States-so high may h.e be levat- triot, in which, reierring to our remarks upon a soa kno iedge n tese trinactons that the articles kitchtn Furni r
ed by his own talent, and the deserved influence celebrated report upon internal improvemi-nt Ie'lnno cedef th tr; aee r'r
of his press. He will not, we know, be offended made at ti.:elast session of the L.gislature of New wr iot procured through il 1i, by regular equsis, Beds Bstn
arid that the bills were paid drgror' tris absence. ', excellent
by this personal reference to him, because, as he Hamp.-hne, the editors say, it i a libet to say ant e bll e as ab Howei
says, in the article which we are about to notice, i to suggest] that the House of Representa- Consideing all the depostons o Mr. J. N. howe iin ( sa and 4
it is his way" to express, in the Patriot, the tives passed on it without examination." N iw, ceoexon' with each other, ad w ith (le deposits o rins nd
honest and undisguised sentiments of its'editors," what we said we fairiy iferred, Irom the c.tra- lssrs. Gray and Sargent, ie explaaions of Mr. Bi- Wirett rs a
and "in strong language" to') ; and because, as diction of the reasoning of the r'p.,rt to its cont- ney, and te documentary evidence produced by m, Toether wit
he himself inmates, we have a personal acquain.- clusions, and we accounted for th'. adotti ,i .,I anm of opinion that the acts of impropriety changed Lpod The terms cash.
ance with him, which justifies the freedom which th" report in the only way we could without dis- Mr. Bine), in Mr. Howe's deposinois, are not substan- gR 28-
we reciprocally take with each other. It is "our respect to the Legislature. We hope neither of the trated mi a manner to warrant a belief ot Mr. Bineys G-AND
way," when we consider a paper to merit our no- editors .. fthe Patriot himself w: ote that t report: but guilt. the rxt d
twice at all, to It mete unto it the same measure wh their he did or did not, it he or tt.ey chsec to And [ am filrther of opinion that the integrity of Mr. givhe next Althey'
Sinmenori-mtire correctnens oiris orfficiaico"nduct, ar-aun-
which is meted unto us" by it; and we shall pro- defend it by lair argument, we accept the pledge Bindey, n-r the correctness of his official conduct, are n- drawn, vz
bably leave to the Editors of the Pa riot, before as freely as 'tis given," and, int defiance of the p1'arhed by thie testimony of Messrs. iPaliner, Tolulna., I prize
we have do-ae, little reason to complain, in this epithet of "- libel" applied to free discussion ot Fairbanks, Silsby, 1I.tniard, Dean, clark, Parnirenter, or I ,
case, as is alleged of us in tie article before us, even abstract things, we will pir ,e that t;he re- Ware. With Imuh respectC, &c. &Ca. 1
that there is sometimes difficulty in ascertaining port in question abounds in err ors of fact and in- C. MORI bS. 1
what are our opinions upon the subject we treat of. fcrence, some ef which are unpardonable in a Ilion. SatcrIutr or 'rn Nv', 31 "
We proceed to state the case between us, re- solemn public document. But if it were other- i.,,"' shi. Whole Ticket
questing the reader to stop here, if he be not en- vise, we had a right to express our opinion of it, o UAN PROtXY Twb
dowed with a more than ordinary stock of pa- without deprecating the censure of lre Patriot, 0o As the triennial meeting to the Stockholder' of w 1 be aw
tience. the resentment of any. This curious definition of te Bank te U e tat take l o WASN INGT
In the National Intelligencer of the 30th July, a libel" comes with peculiar grace, we must tie first M nday .f next inth, it nay be us. fu On We,in
we expressed ourselves as follows: say, from the editors of the Patriot, wh.a, in their to maiy who caraot attend, to be furnislied with
A grossly false statement isgiven in the New Hamp- paper of tie same lay, directly impute to the the t consututing aproxies to reprsc, i.t Is stil! untraI
"shire Patriot or the cotrse which we'have taken in thie President of the United States favii'itism' in atoc,' at th, uretnntg. n. lor i s ,i as tohhws era pri md i S
case ot Capt. Hull. The greatest offence one can corn- the dispensation of office-perhaps the last of all "i l ,.,
mitnow-a-daysisto defend merit. If the Editors of thie charges to which he is liable-and stigmatize a Bank oj the United State.: 'e 14
Jti-iotnt ndertake to irotice us, we hope they wisll be here- *nPets-ra wishininn
after more cautious than to receivope such paragrapise er majority of the Republican members of the last Know ll men by these presents, that prizes will do w
trust; for it is not to be presumed that either of them Legislature of New Hampshire as worthless citizen of the Uuited States, actually resident therein,
perused the pitiful paragraph they have publishedbefore demagogues." die owner of shares in thie capital stock ot tihe
it was in print. T[he extent of this conspiracy against Whatever public opinion" may be-thlat is, ianki o! tie United States, and the r-wner of no outer aug 28-
Hull is almost beyond belief." s- hares in thie capital stock ot said bank, do hereby cou-
To our great regret and disappointment, we It is really mortifying to observe the frequent refer- statute and appoint
discover that the editors of the Patriot acknow- ence to this fact, by those with whom we occasionally Attorney and.Agent for and in namne, as tihe
ledge the ee to a re e come in conflict. What must we think of the integrity owner of said specified sharesin the capital stock of said te i
ledge the exceptionable article, here referred to, to of those writers who always seek for interested motives bani, to vote as proxy at ay electon of I Directors the petit,
be their own,and to have been deliberately framed, in the opinions of their adversaries ? It has been only of said Bank of tt;e Untited States, and on any question debtor, cono
We have before seen unjustifiable remarks in from the commencement of the last session of Cong-ress, that may be put at a stated or special meeung of ihe ty for debt: Noti
that paper upon us, but we were disposed to im- that we have ever had any concern' in this patronage, as stockholders ot said bank, according to thie number of said "i'honn.mas I1I
putc them to the youthful zeal of the Junior Edi- it is called, aid we have been an hundred times reproach- votes should be entitled to vote, if then personally tmber next, at 1
to, t I c u us, r ed with it, ard every opininr we have uttered attributed present. toathr prescribed I
tor, trying his cross-bow upon us, rather than to to it. Though we have resided here twelve years, in our witness whereotf, have hIereuntoi set to'r the relief of i
any settled intention to be rude, which, indeed, vocation, we sought none of those favors, familiarly call- day of" in thie year of ou'r Lord one thousand Corumbia," will
we have been personally assured, was not enter- ed the loaves antd fishes; we saw the extensive printing, eight hundred and and a trustee ap
rained. That this article should be not only ac- executed at thie seat of government, distributed, year Sealed and dehlvered unless sufficient
knowledged but justified we regret the more after year, amongst others; we made no attempt to in- iu the presenceof shewn.
knowledged, but justified, we regret the more terfer with te the mode by which it was to be ob- Prov ided a co
seriously, because it leaves language applicable tained forbad any competition from us. Recently, the citizen of the United States, actually tional intlhgienc

to the Patriot, which we were sorry to be oblig- business for Congress was placed on a different tfooting; resident therein, do solemnly that And it is
ed to apply to any of the fraternity. If the Edi- not, however, at our instance, or through our agency ; truly and in good faith the owner of er be and app
tors of the Patriot will forward to us a copy oh the prices were fixed by law, (the bill being drawn by tie Shares in the Capital Stock ol the iank of tie Unit. pose aforesaid.
the paper containing the obnoxious paragraph, practicl printers, members of each House,) and to be ad States specified in tle witiin power f attorney, ad Jiy order of t
whe pledge courselve toprve obntxio e harea-p given out by election ; it was then we one-red, amongst uti no other shares; that no other person has any inter- Jidite oftine Cit
we pledge ourselves to prove that what we haveas- many others, and obtained it. If we chose to vindicate ast in the said shares, directly or indirectly, except as District ot Coluu
served ofit was true, anid that what we surmised of it ourselves from any improper influence from this c-nsi stated in thIe said power ; and that no otlier power has ang *t'-3t
was justifiable from the tenor of the article, deration, we might shew that, since the period of ou, been riven to any person, whiich is now in force, to vote ,,

which had every appearance of having been foist- election, we have been more often opposed, openly and forti at any elecutin of Directors lor the said bank. 'AS'S>i1
ed on the edtor of te Patriot by one te co zealously, to the prevailing sense of both Homuss, uon tihe -- .- TI
ed on he editor, of the Patriot by on o the orn- most trying questions too, than we were ever before, in ie it known, that, on this day of in the e gl
bination against Captain [lull, In its last lwng our whole lives. Where the public interest is concern- y ar of our l.ornd one thousands e;ght hundred and .'".L t inr
article, the New Hampshire Patriot has more ed, we wust that we shall ever spurn, as we ever shave c rin tre thie subscriber h
composedly misrepresented us than it ever did done, all personal considerations. We should scorn to t rrsinally appeared the aforesaid 0,o toi -,, a.d
before, and, without asserting any thing, has be influenced by motives so despicable, and can scarce and in ltuc tfurnmn oft lai made that the foregoing gers on v, ry moi
insinuations as ungenerous as they are un- withokl the expression of a similar fee'Inig for those by stubscribed, is true. lhe master o,, bm
nat'ae insinuationrs as ungenceroos as they are un- wi lan descend to ascribe thernm o us. We hope it is ;,j t.stimonuy whiereot, i have bereunto set my be r :n A'fxandr
trc,iund only worthy of notice because they tie last tiuie we shtal have ucasilon to notice the mor-,ai- hand anib Ia tde id and year last above .~ 2 -3t,
cume Irom gentlemen of the extensive influ- fying imputation.1 ., *,'ttci.

%V I q II IT 'I' N P4, AL I' P rs

To El!s. IsoIu.ns. r- Il.liL UL u 'i Jtl ILAL. l.l.

iMy address of the 4th of June Mr. Wilson's Third Night, .nd the last of his
cotrlitional, to the voters of li> enga',ement.
y a .pe;.red in .iaryland, since my On '1 Thrsday Evening, August 29,
d resuming y rsidnc hr; Will be tpreintedi eare's celebrated tragedy r iJ
explanation, seem to hold out the
a c:,t;didate for Congress in Fiori- OU l ELLCO,
e that mistake, be pleaded to pub. 1 OF Y',V'ICE.
d Address, which, on its d'W wasr Otiello, (his ui r! ppeuarrce i,) Mr. Wilson,
ensaw.aol and St. Augustine, anli To c'ntac id Al tlhe favjr'e fiarce of
es v, hmre it ws deemed nrecessa- RAISING TlHE WIND.
kn m rn. On Saturday evening, M'lr. WVlsn's Baneft
ve sta;e in July- 1821, f'or .or-i- n a he ci r
vd ht re to discharge the duties and t e.
at: 2' .

ns honored ry my country as ia,)-
thi: 27th .May. I further reo ain-
harge ntw duties which mil.ght \t
id to wvid up n1y satIl, atl thc
reached heIre on. the 2clI ultcil0o,
as when i itLritn u-d [O'aro ity 0em-
, easut v the U..i'ed a tLis,


t, t] l7' oe sitl a tile rd.tr.leni'mn ot t.0t. rubscr.iber, (nn
V T",'tt ,tr't-t wet between a aid F, oil n Wi -
NES)DA ..,e 23:',in iri iti his
I o / ;,d>' *-htfl. o):4 'i',.hfy i'.. ,-. ,.-.,.

If Coluitoa, a;id frt;na mny agency consirtiiig oi
rla, Yr -s, priv. e citizen al pursuing a.y t))t ttuiena'i
heir nIpo.t. n ). W ,.k ,t,'el
he .w iltppoLt.. Curpets ard Ilealtil rugs
2 W. G. D. WCOiiliNGTOmN. Chairs
25,~ 12. Gilt Looking glasses and Print
-- Castors, Andirons, and D. camera
s of tie TerrVt'oy nf Florida. Candlesticks and WiJters
V S Feater lieds and Bedsteada
icmh I coi. nrot o-esee, and beyno d mynt Counterpanes, ..kets, is, and Sheets
wl I cnnt mo h esee, r lachey ti1ern 1 superb set oh lied Our' 'uuns, &c.
ng heftre Vou, coliuolnially, as acan- l IsuperbaeOf Bed(;imams,&c.
Ss, since iiy rnotihication of tile 4thi June Also,
rine m,!i to state, that I mu.t be- consi- .I'itche, rpenisites, sudC as Pine TaAles, Pots, Overt,,
er a competitor for that situation. Kettls, common Knivcs m.nd Foirks, &c.
the 4t l of J,ne, diseluns t tie idea of Sate to commence at 4 o'clock, P. 'vl. Terms: For
o pledge himself. As it regards nmy-. sou.s u lier S,0 cai ; ie, wie is as free as if my ramie had Ievern days will be given for rnotes satiitac. ri'y enah'-sed.
and all are now eariv enough at liaer- SAMUEL tiA AMIS.
support tlie best can iidlate. P. MlAlttiD. ?,act'r.
it is 'not necessary to pt t)cl1tnt, satisfy aug 27-
so situated, that I could not dlo tite
'ce I huhi(l wriA-tlnat tllis Session I VALUABIL Pti)PKiE Il'Y
i.telyf'otn, return to, and be compte- r Sale.
it, as I had anticipated, and as your de- -'. l1. subscribers will otife at public sale, on Friday
A tre 4th day of Octouer next. at the Court House
amn so placedl as to be prevented from in ElKion,
g that I ctnscientiouiv thini I ougnt va table Farm or Plantaition,
nritory, I will retire and not emb,,rrass the present residence of Wdiiiami Alexander, l.'sq, situate
ave the place to be fillie by sorm: ttter and lying in 'ecil county, state of liaryLind, and adjoin.
I have learnt, some may be already be ig thie county town of Enlktonr. I is bounded on the
aoutih by the teu npike road trom El-ton to1 Christiana
find an abler oneviny e :-e and n l the invest by the town of ikton. I'hrougih it the
own humble :lbditi.es, you will not find 1B.3 Eik Creekt runs tor more than, half a rnto, and the
ous .,nd honest m ULle disilrarge c. atany bottom land onil either side of the Creek isa .t a must su-
unCert-lke. perior quality, '.utficiently dry to raise grin, ani low
,bled to nrra'gi all'airs to my desire, I ernourgh to make excellent meadow. Tie entire tirtm
.cry distant iIday, r--visit your c'uIItry, ctin)isists of five hundred and ttiurty acres, or there-
always ent,;tWtinl a 't'on g partiality, ald about.
0oy your i'rienda iia, t-iiitaa!ity, and es- To' buildings on it are good anil sbs:antial ; tnhey
st i l,'.t- di-''ve., and shall never fc.'- consist ot aa nexc elent lrick Dwelling ii,,ue. large and
neatly firshlied, a large Brockre Barn,, and othnnr sritanie
C'. C. D. 'WOUiT'I-itNGTON. out houses. Onte half of the traci i s ii good 'venl and
. 1lth, 1822. timber, and all the arable land is -f excellent quality,
:' ":" '."-- a,d of that kind on Miclih plaster acs in its fulest f rce;
n extr..:t .a matterr frniom a well infor'.- nor has it yet oeen used so fr'el as to have lost any
ricn geutea n t :bltal.r:- :ttion of it effects. 'iiis property will be divided so
as to suit purchasers, by lar ing off on tile nirlb side of
r scn'i tL't'Au;rA JULY 1' d. I tie Creek ta trm of frer two iiini-'eLl anid fiftv 't') t'ee
cry seiS coouint t r-..' -'drii. butinirtd acres, on which' iThere is a snhal log tenement,
all!'.! *-i p- it y ar tki ; ie &c. which will be first oiier.d for sale. !'he terms will
te Li': ol ,or1'.,d of th~nins-anl u- t'a, on'e-tourth of thie tprcuase moniyv to be paid on the
clV. ;,tiile.i d Ch er2 r cq. 'The dai of si.e, and fn- the residue b bonds nmmOs :e gien.
u w -itti gtoad s'at Cf ;n i,,loo., discrquituoie. ald with mCerest fronm utie day of sa'e ; ad, on tte oaynetnt
al', it to be shed in civil strife, of tile Tprchiase money, a good and mndisputable tille
wretchiedly foilrlri cund'ltion ; atidi will be g-ivein. lionds f conIvey dance will be given to the
are .-t1 i lin-ir p)p tpery ,It o; ()pr'chliasers, as soon as bounds ase given fr tIhe payntelit
t' .,: ,o '.S i t R i f n the purcihase money.
n* o' ln ave been Coiistdtring thie local advantages of thinsproperty, its
s t.ce iviln' aifornigh:." vicinity ti nt'vigabtle water, and to tre ma n.et and nulls
.r*.~ ms.,,-t--- ot 'ilktont; the long credit given, togeiter It.hi t-;e lov
', (UAi{Y. price at which it will probably C: sold, thie subscrI)aer
.i;'T'uAii. dYIinik it will be as great a bargain as was ever sold in
si WILLIAr t LK4AN, E'q.t. "tot tie prev'din'l. before tihe day of sale, ,wil obtaron -very infourmitiin y
Lott.,n was tie son of t'rnjarnin Louf. n, caiiting onu elthlr'of the subscribe's in Elkitoi.
-t settlers, and most distinguished war- TLO'iA I ULP,
SL; 'I i ust ces.,

uro's sale of Furniture.
r evening ug't Ti i, iy, at 4 o'clock, the
,ill s-Il, at public auctii'-, .t Inin city
nma. Vision Rooms, a lot of Household and
re, cotnisting of
Ceau, and Chairs
aj.ts, and Matresses
'i erns %Vare
o ki g (' asses
Writing Desks
and eiv s, i&c. &c.
l rma'y articles of Kitchen Furniture.
P. M -UitJ, aact'r.

s drawing, o; winch 'Jue notice will be
uolowing capital prizes are liable to be

; of 100,000 DOLLARS.
25,000 DOLLARS.
10,000 DOLLARS.
5,000 DOLLARS.
1.000 DOLL ARS, S..
As F25, shares in proportion.
enty Thousand Dollars !
ledi to li),- titst drawn nui.nber in the
csday tlhe '281 io this month.
3 'tibe cap' d! prize of
30,000 Dollars !
.'n thi's Dot!,'iar lottery, besides sev-
10(00), 100, j50, S-,20, &c.
sh:'re.qi t pro' portion.
i to hold chances ft'r the above splendid
ell to apply lnmdn,i;atelv at
Grand A.ational Lottery Office,
Washling;on Gity.

District of Columbia,
fVfashiatgton County, to wit:
on of T IUOMAS t Hlowi, aN, insolvent
fined in the person ot Wahniington coun-
ce is hereby given to the creditors of'the
Brow''n, that, on the Ilt I'nesday ol Sep-
1 o'clock, a. i. at tie cou:.t room, tlins
by the act of Jongress, entitled A is act
insolvent debtors within the Distr ct oi
be administered to the sctid insolveau,
pointed for the benefit of his creditors,
cause to the contrary be then and there

py of this notice be inserted in llthe Na-
er three times previous to the said day.m
turtihei ordered, that thle petition-
ear at tihe time and place, for the pur-

lie honorable Villism Cranch, Chief
rcuit Court of the United States for tOIe

VIl British brig Alarquis of An-
esey, p Wlip W ams Master, now load-
g with T'.Obacco at (Georgetowni, will sail
out the 3d of next month, (September,)
will accommodate finr or five paisscn-
derale'terms. For w'ich iIlease apply to
arii, at (Geor;;eiown, or to thie *ubscri-

Elkton, anug 20-28-iwls

lYashington County,
fIstrici of Columbia, to wjitt :
N the petition ot fUL banOWN A;N i.-a.ent debtor,
confined in -the prison of Waslington county for
debt: Notice is hnereby given to the creditorsof tlie a,id
Joel ,'owsn, thai,on the 1st Tuesday in brptembe'r next,
at I 1 o'lock,, a' m. s.t rs e courtt roo the oath prescribed
by theil ct of Congress, enttle'' "An act for thi-rluti of
insolvent debtors within the !4istniict ot Columbia,"
will 1ie administered to the said insol' -nt, and a trustee
appointed tor the benefit of the creditors, unistr-atitii-
cient cause to the contrary be then and there shewn.
Provided a copy of this notice be inserted in the Na-
tional Intelligencer three times previous to the said day.
And it s further ordered, that the petitioner be an u
appear at the time and ptice, !or the purpose aforesaid
By order of the lion. Wiliam Cranch, Chief
Judge of the Circuit Court of the United States for the
District if Columbia.
aunrusl 28-3St WM. BRENT, Clerk.

20,000 DOLLARS !
This valuable prize will be awarded Tlhisi Day to tht
holder of the first drawn number in the
now drawing in Bilh.m,,re. Until 5 o'clock thi. evening
tickets may be sad al S14, shares in pronortion,'at
S. & E. ALLEN & Co's
Lottery rg Exteuiang'e Ojjice,
Pennsylvania avenue, Waslhington city.
august 28-
F 1StE TAN YARD situ.,e on square east of square
642, in the City .of Washington, now in the occupa-
tion of Isaac Dawes ; there are about 40 vats, a bari'
1itl, mitd necessary buildings, all in goud order ; tli
terms will be made east, Those disported to purchase
it is expected will view thie property; futinherdescription,
therefore, is seemed unnecessary. For turther particu-
lars apply to the subscriber near tine centre market.
august 28-3tawtf.

~. HE partnerAltp herett'fore existing between the sub-
scribers, is tins day dissolved, by mutual consent.-
llenry lazel having sold to':dwardM Linthicum the whole
oaf his interest in thile books, accounts, notes, evidences of
icbnis, and other property belonging to the firm of Hazel
and Linlicu, uiu or to lHenry 1-lcel, so far as tire same
have been created liy thel buin.;niss carried on by Henry
lia:el, before the partnership of tHazel and l-inthicum,
Edward NM. Linthicum is duly authorized to collect all
the debts aloresaid, and io pay all the claims against the
firm of Hazel and Lintlncuni.
All persons indebted to the 'ate firm f Hazel and Linu
thicum, are requcstcd to call on tlhe subscriber and settle
their accounts without delay. I shall continue thie Cut-
leri-y and Hardware business, in all its various branches,
in thile house lately ocrcup ed by the iirm, and solicit a
continuance or thie favors of our old customers.
Georgetown, August 23- 3t

1IIVE Building Lots, 24 feet front each, on E Street
?i North, between 9th and 10th Streets West, just
west of the residetice of J. Cal's, Jr. The terms will
be reasonable-one-sixth in hand, and the remainder it'
three annual instalments, for approved endorsed note
hearingg interest from date. Application may be nma
t Francis Coyle, Pennsylvania avenue, a few do
wat ofthe TtcTheatr. sMAy 11--

- -Ilia,__~I_~_;

Leave Belle Fontain every Friday at I p m ar
PROPOSALS arrive at Columbus on Saturday by 7 p m.
For carrying Muails of the United States on the 24 From Belle Fontain by Ft McArthur an
following Post Roads, wilt be received at the Fort Findley to Fort Meigs, once in two week
General Post Office until te e,14th day of Octo. 100 iles.
ber next, inclusive -dLeave Belle Fontain every other Friday at
In aryland. p min and arrive at Fort Meigs on Sunday by
In Maryland. m.
1. From Hagerstown, by Mercersbtrg, to Mc- Leave Fort Meigs on Monday at 6 a m an
Connelstown, once in two weeks, 244 miles. arrive at Belle Fontain on Wednesday by 2 p in
Leave Hagerstown every other Friday at 6 a 25. From the mouth of Little Scioto to Port
m and arrive at McConnelstown by 2 p m. mouth, once a week, 7 miles.
Leave McConnelstown every other Thursday Leave Little Scioto on Monday at 6 a m an
at 10 a m and arrive at Hagerstown by 6 p ni. arrive at Portsmouth by 8 a m.
2. From Baltimore, by Queenstown, to Center- Leave Portsmouth on Monday at 9 a m an
ville, once a week. arrive at Little Scioto by 11 a m.
Leave Baltimore every Saturday at 6 a m and 26 From Augusta, K. by Lewis, Felicity, Ch
arrive at Centerville by 6 p ni. li, Neville, Paintopolis, and New Richmond, t
Leave Centerville every Wednesday at 6 a m Newtown, once a week, 43 miles.
and arrive at Baltimore by 6 p m. Leave Augusta every Friday at 5 a m and ai
i. Pennsylvania. rive at Newtowa by 6 p m.
3. From Philadelphia, by Schuylkill Falls, and Leave Newtown on Saturday at 6 a m and ar
Roxbhoro, to Norristown, once a week, 17 miles. rive at Augusta by 7 p m.
Leave Norristown every Monday at 9 a m and In Indiana.
arrive at Philadelphia by noon. 27. From Terra Haut to Clinton, in Park
Leave Philadelphia on Monday at 3 p m and county, once in two weeks, 15 miles.
at Norristown by 7 p m. Leave Terra Haut every other Thursday at
4. From Reading, by Mowry's, Kleinsville, a m and arrive at Clinton by 9 a m.
and Bowyerstown, to the Swamp Churches, once Leave Clinton at 11 a m and arrive at Terr
a week, 21 miles. Haut by 4 p m.
Leave Swamp Churches on Wednesday at 5 a 29. From Washington by Burlington, Spence
m and arrive at Reading by 11 aim. in Owen co. and Martinsville in Morgan to In
Leave Reading on Wednesday at 1 p m and dianopolis, once in two weeks, 125 miles.
arrive at Swamp Churches by 7 p m. Leave Washington every other Tuesday at 6
5. From Doylestowa, by Sorrel IIorse, Bustle- m and arrive at Indianopolis on Friday by 1
town, Bybery, Andalusia, Buck Tavern, and a m.
Huntsville, to Doylestown, once a week, 47 miles Leave Indianopolis every Friday at 2 p r
_23. and arrive at Washington on Monday by 6 p m.
Leave Doylestown on Tuesday at 10 am and 29 From Lawrenceburg by Napoleon to In
return on Wednesday by noon, dianopi lis, once in two weeks, 89 miles.
6. From Emats, by Millerstown, to Trexlers- L ave Lawrenceburg every other Friday at
town, once a week, 10 miles., a m and arrive at Indianopolis on Sunday by 1
Leave Emaus on Friday at 6 a m and arrive a m.
at Trexlerstown by 8 a m. Leave Indianopolis on Sunday at 2 p m ant
Leave Trexlerstown at 9 a m and arrive at arrive at Lawrenceburg on Tuesday by 6 p m.

Emaus by noon.
.7. From Westchester, to
a week, miles.

M'Call's Ferry, once

Leave Westchester on
Leave McCall's Ferty
8., From Lancaster, by Millerstown, Washing
ton, arid Charleston, to Columbia, once a week
12 miles.
Leave Lancaster on Monday at 6 a m and ar
rive at Columbia by 9 a m.
Leave Columbia on Monday at 10 a m and ar
rive at Lancaster by 1 p m.
9. From Ch:.mbersburg, by Samuel Fisher's, to
WVaynesbur'g, once a week, 13 miles.
Leave Chambersburg on Monday at 10 a r
and arrive at Waynesburg by 1p m.
Leave Wayit.eburg on Monday at 6 a m and
arrive at Chambersburg by 9 a m.
I0.-From Blairsville, by Youngstown, to Mt.
Pleasant, once in two weeks.
Leave Blairsville on Tuesday at 6 am and ar-
rive at Mount Pleasant by 3 p m.
Leave Mount Pleasant on Tuesday at 4 pm
and arrive at Blairsville on Wednesday by noon.
11. From NNewville, by Roxbury, to Strasburg
once a week, 20 miles.
Leave,N-:wville on Wednesday at 6 a m and
arrive at Strasburg by 11 a m.
Leave Strasburg on Wednesday at 1 p m and
arrive et Newvill by 7 p m.
12 From Ebehsburg, by Griffith's Mills, to In-
diana, oicp in two weeks, 24 miles.
Leave Ebensburg every other Monday at 6 a m
and arriv'. at In;diana by 2 p m.
Leave Indiana every other Monday at 3 p m.
and arrive at Ebenmburg on Tuesday by 9 a m.
14. From Meadsville to Salen O0. once in two
Weeks, 38 miles.
Leave. Meadsville every other Friday at 6 a m
and arrive at Salem by 6 p m.
Leave Salem; on Saturday at 6 a mand arrive
at Meadsville by 6'p m.
15. From Milford,.alonfitho Turnpike, through
Wilsonville, Canaani Gibson, Harford, Hop Bot-
tom, Mon(frose, Choconut, and Warren, to Owe-
-gofonce a week, 106 miles.
Leave Milford every Saturday at 2 p m and ar-
rive at Owego on Monday by 6 p m.
Leave Owego every Thursday at 6 a m and ar-
rive at Milford on Saturday by 10 a m.
16. From Tunchannock by Birmingham to
Montrose, once a week, 21 miles.
Leave Tunchannock every Saturday at 2 p m
and arrive at Montrose by 7 p m.
Leave Montrose every Friday at 4 a m and ar-
rive at Tunchannock by 10 a m.
In VNew Jersey.
IT,'From Liberty Corner to Pluckemin, once
in two weeks.
Leave Liberty Corner Friday at 6 a m and ar-
rive at Pluckemin by 8 a m.
Leave Pluckemin on Friday at 9 a m and ar-
rive at Liberty Corner by 11 a m.
19. From Somerville by Lamington, New
Germanton, Peapock Valley to Mendham, once
a week, 21 miles.
Leave Somerville on Wednesday at 6 a m and
arrive at Mendham by 11 a m.
Leave Mendham at I p m and arrive at Sorm.
erville by 7 p m.
19. Fron44Newark by Belleville and Patterson
Landing to Hs.ckensack, once a week, 14 miles.
Leave Newark an Monday at 6 am and airive
at Hackensack by 9 a m.
Leave Hackensack at 11 a m and arrive at
Newark by 2 pm i.
20. From Princeton by Harbinger to Flag.
town, once a week, 13 miles.
Leave Princeton on Monday at 6 a m and ar-
rive at Flagtown by 9 a in.
Leave Flagtown at 10 a m and arrive at Prince-
ton by I p m.
21. From Woodbury by Glassboro, Malaga,
Cumberland furnace and -,Etna furnace to Bease-
ley's, at the mouth of Great Egg Harbor, R.
once in two weeks, 57 miles.
Leave Woodbury every owher Monday at noon
and arrive at Beaseley's on Tuesday by 6 p mn.
Leave Bei i.-ley's on Wednesday at 6 a m and
arrive at Wordbury on Thursday by 10 a m.
In Ohio.
SFroma Columbus by Harrisow and Genoa
'try, once a week, 22 miles.
',lumnbus every Saturday at 5 a m and
iry by 11 a Mn.
on Saturday at I p m and ar-
7 p m.
is by Marysville, Milford or
,i.iAd to Belle Fontain in Lo-
58 a iiles.
us every Thursday at 6 a m
ie Fontain on Friday by 10 a m.

In Illinois.
e 30. From Golconda to Belgrade, once in two
weeks, 1.8 miles.
Leave Golconda on Sunday at 6 a m and arrive
at Belgrade by 11 a m.
Leave Belgrade same day at 1 p m and arrive
; at Golconda by 6 p mn.
21. From Sangania c b to Peoria, once a month
S120 iniles.
Lea'e Sangaman the iirst Monday in each month
- at 6 amn and arrive at Peoria on Wednesday by
7 p m.
D Leave Peoria on Thursday at 6 a rit and arrive
at Sangamaon Saturday by 6p rm.
a In 4 :ss,', r'i.
S2. From St Genevi-c~ it Herculaneum,once
I itn wo weeks, 30 miles.,
Leave Heri'.tulaneuin every other Wednesday
at 2 p in and arrive at St. Genevieve on Thutrsdav
by 8 a im.
Leave St. Genevieve on Thursday at 10 a m &
arrive at Herclai'eunm by 7 p ,ii.
33., From Jackson to Fredericktcwn, once it
two weeks.
Leave Jackson evety other Friday at 6 amiand
arrive at Fredericktown
Leave Fredericktown every other
34. From Potosi to Bovling Green, once ii
I two weeks, 15 miles.
Leave P.-t<,si every other Thursday at 10 a mi
and arrive at 3Bowling Green by 2 p m.
Leave Bowling G!een every other Thursday
at 3 p in and arrive at Potosi by 8 p m.
In .ArI'ansas.
35. From Clark c h to Natchitoches, once in
two weeks.
Leave Clarke c h every other Monday at 6 a
m and arrive at Natchitoches on Saturday by 6
p m.
Leave Natchitoches on Sunday at 6 a m and
arrive at Clarke c h on Friday, by 6 p m.
33. From Clarke c h by Hempstead c h to
Miller c h once in two weeks.
Leave Clarke ah every other Monday at 6 a
' m and arrive at Miller c h.
Leave Miller c h
In .New Fork.
37. From Deposite to Stockport, once in two
weeks, 17 miles.
Leave Deposite every other Saturday at 6 a
m and arrive at Stockport by I Ia m.
Leave Stockport same day at 1 p mand arrive
at Deposite by 6 p m.
38. From Poughkeepsie, by Pleasant Valley,
Salt Point, J. Thorn's in Clinton, Friend M H
in Stamford, & the Federal Store, to Pine plains,
once a week, 33 miles.
Leave Poughkeepsie every Friday at 5 p m &
arrive at Pine plains on Saturday by 3 p m.
Leave Pine plains every Friday at 6 a m and
arrive at Poughkeepsie by 2 p in. .
39. From Plattsburgh, by lieckmanton, Law-
rence's mills, and Moers, to Champlaintown,once
in two weeks.
Leave Plattsburgh every other Wednesday at
5 a m and arrive at Champlaintown by 11 a m.
Leave Champiaintown same day at 1 p m and
arrive at Plattsburg by 8 p m.
40. From Jay, by Wilmington ann Button's
milts, to Keeseville, once in two weeks, 24 miles.
Leave Jay every other Wednesday at 10 a in
and arrive at Keeseville by 6 p nm.
Leave Keeseville on Thursdayat 6 am and ar-
rive at Jay by 2 p m..
41. From Cherry Valley to Conajoh rry, once
in two weeks, 13u niiles.
Leave Cherry Valley on Tuesday at 6 a m and
arrive at Conaj,.harry by 9 a rn.
Leave Conajoharry at 10 a m and arrive at
Cherry Valley by I p m.
42 From Lrzerne, by Athol, to Chester, once
in two weeks, 28 miles.
Leave Lu zerne every other Friday at 6 a r &
arrive at Chester by 2 p in.
Leave Cit ester on Friday at 3 p m and arrive
at Luzurne on Saturday by noon.
43. From Champion by Feltz mil!s, on Black
R. .Le Raysville, Evans's mills, Theresa and Ples-
sis, to Alexandria, once a week, 31 miles.
Leave Champion on Tuesday at 10 a ,.n and ar-
rive at Alexandria by 6 p) m
Leave Alexandria on Wednesday at 6 a m and
arrive at Cbampiin by 3 p ;n.
44. From Cincinnatus by Willct and Freetown,
to Harrison, once in twao weeks.
Leave Cincinmatis every other Saturday at 6 a
m and arrive at Harrison
Leave Harris' n every other
45. From Soutlt Danville to Goff's Mills, once
in two w'ck'.-
Leave Siouth Danville every other Mi: day nt
6 a m and arrive at Goef's Mills

ad Leave Goff's Mills WAVERLY ACADEMY. MILITjIY L.,1D8
46. From Bath by Mount Washingtoni, Bar-. ( ,f R. 1 IC;S Ac :, i_ instruction in the State of Ohio-For Sale.
id tle's, Arnold's Mills, Catharinestown, Sugar Hill, | ol Aiig gAtlkmen in the -At. k, L..tin, French, ? Y virtue of the last will and testament of Rober:
s, Moremeed C. to Bath, once a week, 54-27 alrnd !nghsh 1iuages, thl various branche-s ~f Mathe- Means, deceased, I shall,as executor of the snid last
miles I-nts, Geography, a .d the other sce ices coipraisg a will end testament, seli, to the h'.giest bidder, at r public
miles. fT liberal education, will be opened, on tile 2_1_ of Septem- uuction, rr lawf,l money of the United Staites, ('ut of
1 L.eave Bath every Wednesday at 6 a m and ar- r next, the recep pupils t atii of pupils S t tt i, course without warranty or responsibility, a.sI t sh ll
6 rive at Catharinestown by 2 p m. will be paid to the moral deportanent of the students a, ex.ecutor as afi'resaid oniy,) at the t.wv. o'f io.)',the,
Leave Catharinestown on Wednesday at 3 p m 'The situation is elevated, rcmarksbay healthy, arl in the state of Ohio. on the 9th day of Sep-emb.r next,
nd and arrive at Bath un Thursday by 11 a m. tirely secluded from all temptations to d.aipation. Eight if fair, otherwise, the next fair day, uoon a credit of ,ncu
S 47 From Perrby Gaisvlle, China, Con or nine students, who can come well recommended for and two cars, the purchasers :o gLive bot ind and scuitv,
47. From Perry by Gaiesvle, China, Con their conduct, can be accomrioda' d nc iinstitution, and decedc of trut upn thel ailds to secure r-aym, ft of
s- cord, and Sardinia, to Fredonia, once in two and genteel boa, d can be had immediately in the vicini prh money, the following lands,t .e in the
weeks, 77 miles. ty. The proprietor can pro.lice a vrnt ty t recommen- vir.,,. ..itary District, in the stte oi *olio, that i. to
Ad Leave Perry every other Thursday at noon datory letters, from the first characters in our countr.-, say, 140 acres of survey No. 44.23, in the name of Wil.
and arrive at Fredonia on Saturday by 10 a m. of his qualifications andi character and the manner n lim, iteynolds, on the water of Deer Grcek!, M dison
S Leave Fredonia every other Saturday which he conducted several sntimutions nf distortion. Cuty; 45U acres of survey No. 41424, in toc har.e of
d Leave Fredonia every other Suray at p m The price of board and tuition are low, being adapted Wi li eynols, e wa rs e f eer adi-
and arrive at Perry on Monday by noon, to the pressure of the times. Board per session 550, soi Cu; eynldcres on the -v No. 5 .e, i te., Madi-
i- 48. From Howard by Rathbun's Settlement, tuition per do. 820 ; these include :ll expenses ex- of R.,bei."Me'xIis, on the big glade of Deer .:reek, Madi-
o.0 Loon Lake to Conhocton, once in two weeks. cept bedding and candles. A session consists of six son County; 1118 aces of survey No. 5637, in the name
Leave Howard every other Tuesday at 6 a m months, with the exception of a vacation of three weeks. ;f Robert Means, on the waters of Deer Creek, Maldison
r- and arrive at Conhocton averl near laden ag. -8 County; 300 acres of survey No. 5645, in the ,nane of
Leave Conhacton PUBLIC SALE. Robert Means, on the waters ;f little Darby's Creek,Ma-
49 FtY virtue of a deed of trust, executed to us by Wil- dison C.utty ; 200 acr ofstuivey No. 5301, in the name
r- 49. From Batavia by Lockport to Mollineau's HlaofYvirtue of a defend oftrst, excut edtouse ViI Robert Means, oy t )T0eace's Creek, aN5isn tComity
in Cambria, once in two weeks the Clerk's Officeam ofthe County Court of Faquier, we 400 acres of survey No. 5281, in the name of Rcbert
Leave Batavia every other Tuesday at 6 a m shall, for the purpose therein named, proceed by a pub. Means, on the spr ng fork of Treacye's Creek, Madisun
e and arrive at Mollineau's by 2 p m. lie sale, on Monday the 2d day of September next, on anunt) ; 100 acres of survey No. 5304, in the name of
Leave Mollineau's on Tuesday at 2 p m and ar- the premises, to sell all that tract or parcel of land ly- Robert Meas, on the waters of Treacoi's Cre ks, Madi-
rive at Batavia on Wednesday by 11 am. ing in the county afotbresaid,containing 344 acres, 2 roods, son County ; 333 1.3 .acres of survey Nc. 4602 and 4741,
rive at ataviand 21 a on Wednesday by 11 a les, be the same more or s, purchased, by in the rame of Thomas Sers, on the waters of Darby's
50. From Greene to Ithica once in two weeks, the said Hampton of Charles Tyler and Christian his Creek, Champaign County; 500 acres of survey No.
*e Leave Greeqe every other Saturday at 6 a m wife, conveyed by deed of bargain and sale, dated 20th 4932, in the name of Robert Means, on the waters of
and arrive at Ithica by 6 p m. September, 1814, and recorded in the Clerk's Office Darby's Creek, Champaigp County; 3662-3 acres of sur.
ur Leave Ithica on Sunday at 6 a m and arrive at aforesaid. And also another tract or parcel of land, con- ey No. 5054, in the name of Robert Meant, on the wv-
i reene by 6 p m. trained 96 acres, 2roods, and 20 poles, be the same more ters of little Darby a Creek, Champaitn (Rointy; 200
-- Geene y p m less, purchased by the said Hampton from Thomas i. acres of survey No. 5145, in the name of Robert Means,
SIn Connecticut. Ileriford, and conveyed by Heriford and Elizabeth his onil the waters of Mad river, Champaign County ; 500
a 5 1 From Nw London along the turnpike by -wife, to the said Hampton, by deed of bargain and sale, acre.: of survey No. 545, in the name of Thomas S. ars,
0 Groton, Mystic, N. Stonmngton, Hopkinton R. dated 25th October, 1817, of record in the Clerk's Of- on the waters of Darby's Creek, Union County; 1828 2.3
and Richmond, to Warwick, 41 miles, once a lice aforesa.id. acres of survey No 5778, 5641, 5S06, and 6495, in the
an ichmond, to W ickhe 4 miles, once a description and boundaries of said tracts of par- amie of Robert Means, on Mit Creek, Union County;
m week. eels of land will more fully appear by reference to the 1863 2-3 acres of survey No. 5629 end 6493, in the name
Leave New London every Thursday at 6 a m deeds of bargain and sale aforesaid. of Robert Means, on Mill Creek, Union County; 1448
I- and a' rive at Warwick by 6 p m. Tie terms of sale will be cash. Such title as is vested acres of survey No. 5166, in the name of Rcbert Means,
Leave Warwick on Friday at 6 a mi and arrive in the subscribers will be conveyed to the purchaser. ;on the waters of Darby's Creek, Union County; 642 acres
6 at New London by 6 p m. CHRISTOPHEit N. BRENT, ot' suvey No. 5392, in the name or Robert Means, on
6 atN .w L.ondon by 6 p m. j~ HB N 11 Creek, Union County; 100 acres of survey No.
0 In ,Alassachusetts. june 29-,2 awts OTIO M. LtNTI-lCUM. 5729, in the name of Robert Means, on Mill Creek, Uni.
52. From Worcester by Grafton, Upton, Men- on, County ; 1000 acres ot survey No. 5586, in the name
d don, Bettingham, Cumberland, and Pawtucket, to -. Farn for Salc- Jlt Auction. of Robert M1.ans, on Boke's Creek, Union County; 666
Providenice, R. I. once in two weeks, 40 miles. hN Friday, the b September, at 4, -'clock P. M. 2-3 acres of survey No. 5390, in the name of Robert
Leave Wnorceste, r every other Te esday at 6i a i wall be suld, 't bLl'iC allCtion, a small Farm, co ..lea-s, 'on Mifill Creek, Union County ; 1358 acres ofsur-
Leave Worcester every other T csday at 6 a situated about 4 mile frtom te Cty ,F vey No. 5497, in the name of' Robert Means, Blue'Ls
o at and arrive at Providence by 6 p m. Washington, on the turnpike road leading to lockviile. ;reek, Union County; 800 acres of survey No. 5501, in
Leave Prvidence on Wednesday at 6 a m adjoiing Blackburn's T'avern and near .apt. White's the iam"t of Robert Means, on the waters of Mill Creek,
e and arrive at Worcester by 6 p rn. It mis on it a cumafottaule dwlling house, built of logs, Union County ; 1358 acres of survey No. 5498, in the
53. From Belchertown by Enfield to Greenwich, corntalining three rooms, a stable, ant a sprmg of excel- name of l'obert Means, Blue's Cre',k, Union Cott.ty;
one aweek 8 mie lent water. Several Acres are good meadow land. Th 540 .c, es of survey No. 5503, in t name of Hibert
once a week, 8 mles. opert can be eaminel c re us to the sa. Mr a on the watersof Mil Cmeek, Union County; 1059
Leave Belchertuwn every Thursday at 6 a m riles, res;ig on the premises, will shew to any one acres of entry No. 775 and 5312, in the name of Tho.rTs
, and arrive at Greenwich by 8 :9 iln. calliin on him. 'C.itn, Mill and Hoke's Creeks, Union Count i; 1000
Leave it at 10 a in and arrive at Belshertown T'ermin of sale will be one third cash, balance 6 and 12 acres of survey No. 3690i, i the na:re of Pavoryv Fra-
hby noon. months credit. THOMAS C. WRIGHT, auct'r. zer, on 1 _,'-'s Creek, Union County; 550 acres of sur-
by no. ro ir ySto D s au 27- ta vey :,o. 3155, in lthe name of George .2'Credie, on Bea.
y 54. From Miburyy Sutton, Douglass, Bur- '- ver run orf.Dary's Creek, Union Counly; 1050 acres of
rillsville, and Chcpacket, to Providence, once in 'Public Sale of Valuable Lols. survey No. 5091, in the name of Robert eans, on the
c two weeks. 'DY authoriy of an act of Congress, passed oA the 7th waters of Mill Creek, Logan County; 188 2-3 acres of
Leave Milbury on Tuesday at 6 a m and ar- I of y lat, al a act of the Corporation of the su-ey No. 3161, in the name of George MeCrede, on
Leave btbry or Tuesday at 6 a il- anl at- City of W'ashing'ton, passed on the 22d of the same thle waters of Darby's Creek, Logan County; 287 2,3
rive at Providetice by 2 p n). Tmonothi will be exposeo to sale at public auction, to the ..cres of entry No. 9952, in the name of Robert Means,
e Leave Providence on Tucsday at 4 p mr highest bhldcer, on Wednest.iay tih 18th day ot beptem- on nthe waters of big M om.i river. Logan County; 9992-3
and arrived at M'ilburr on Saturday by 2 p m. ber next, at 10 o'clock A. M. on the pre;.,ises, a number acress .of entry No. 9959, in the name of Robert Means,
y 55. From lelndon,bh Milford Holliston, Sher- o" 'aluable building lots, being part of the ground au- Rush Creek, Logan and Union Counties ; 980 acres ofen-
*iorized to be s!d uv ltoe act ,t C'Gngress ature-tid, and try No. 10,004, in the name of liobert Means and Tho-
b -roe, Nat.ck, Nedl.lnm, Newton and Brighton lying i the cetre o tlhe city, between uae Ceoime Mar- was D. H nrris, on the waters of Scioto river, Hardin
to Boston, o't c a ce-k. ket a:nd the Capitol, a considerable portion of whicn County ; 970 acres ov entry No. 10,040) an:l 10,292, in the
Leave i'ie;edon eve!'y Monday at 5 a tn and art'- front immediately on both sides of the Pennsylvnnia name of Robert Means, on S'toto river, Hardin County;
rive at Boston by 2 p )n. avenue : 1000 acres of entry No. 10,021. in the name of Robert
Leve tonTh M nd ate terms and conditions of sale will beas follows: one. Means, on Scioto river, tHardin County; 1000 acres of e.-
Leave nd ot ton T ,d ndiY y at 4 p m and arrive at fifth of the purchase money to be paid into such Bank try No. 10,019, in the n me olf Itoert 1teans, on the wa.
'- ndor o n Tuesday bi noon. within tile C y ofV Washington as may be designated on ters of Scioto river, Hiardlin ; county; 100 acres cf survey
56. i. rm IIohlm.s ilole to Martha's Vineyard. the day ofsale,within three days thereafter, to the credit of No. 5314P, in the name of Robert Mesans. oil Mill Creek,
Leave Holmnes' Hole on WV,.dnesday noon and the Commissioners appointed by authority of the act of the Delaware County ; 1000 acres of survey No 3696, in the
arrive at Martha's Vi:levard by 7 pm. Corporation aforesaid, or their successors in office ; name of Thomas Frazer, Boke's Creek, Delaware Coun-
Leave Martha's Vineard on Wednesday at 4 the balance to be paid in five annual payments ; to bese- ty; 858 2-3 acres of entry No. 5378, in the name of Ro-
SLeandvearhas Vi H yard on Vedneday at 4 cured by notes well and sufficiently endorsed, bearing bert Means, on the waters ofSciot r,er. Franklin Coun.
a mnandarr.vea tHoliiiis lolc by ft am. interest from the day of sale. And every purchaser of a ty; 666 2-3 acres (.f survey N.o. 3004., iI tie name o- Ro-
In A eVe T'.nipshlrte. lot fronting on the Pennsylvania avenue shall erect, or bert Means, on the waters of the west fork of Scioto ri-
57. From Walpole by Bill -sville, Langdon, AlI- cause to be erected, on such lot, purchased by him, be- ver, Franklin County; 600 acres of surv y No. 3743, in
s ad, Acworth ad Uniry to Milford, 36 miles, to ufore the first day of November, 1825, a good and sub- the name of Robert Means, on the waters of D)arby's
r.un t Lenste Ml to stantial brick or stone building, not less than 18 feet Creek, Franklin County; 1500 acres of entries 5375 and
turLn 4Ll:,ty, Letoster, Marlow, Alatead, fiont, nor less than 20 feet in height, from the proper 6907, in the name of Robert Means, etn Buskirk'a run of
Ln.iigdon .:nd Burrsville to Walpole, 37 miles, graduation of the pavement to the eaves, nor less than Deer Creek, Piekaway County; 666 2-3 acres of entry
once a we.;k. 30 feet in depth, the front and rear walls whereof shall No 5388, in the name of Robert Means, on Lick Run of
Leave: Walp le on Wrcdnesday at 6 am and ar- be at least 14 inches thick for the first story, and 9 inches Scioto river, Pickaway Cointy; 1480 acres of survey No.
for the other story or stories. And the purchaser of 1078, in the name of Callohill Minnis, on the waters of
Le ,ve M.l. rd on esd at 6 am ad arrive ry other lot not rotating on tle ennsylvania avenue little Miami river, Clinton Count ; 1000 acres of sur ey
5 Leve Mi rl on 2I'esdayat16 a m and arrive shallbuild, or cause to be built thereon, a hosse of the No 818, in the name of Thomas Gaskin.:., on the waters
at Walpjol bay 6 p rt. above description, within ten years from the day of sale. of Little Miami, Clinton Cosnty; 111 ,cres of survey No.
58 Firoat A .'esh ry, Ms. by Southampton and Upon the failure to erect a building, as aforesaid, by the 5882, in thename of Robert Means, north fark of Paint
Inkl.ng falls to Kingson,. once .a week, 10 miles. purchaser, on the lot so purchased by him, within the Creek, Fayette County ; 500 acres of survey No. 56431,in
'Leave Amesbury eaery eclresday at 6 a m 1ime prescribed as aforesaid, the said lot shall revert to the name of Robert Means, Gompton's fork of the north
Leave Annibury every esday at 6 1 m nthe Corporation of Washington, antd all payments made fork of Paint Creek, Fayette County; 50 acres of sur-
and -.rrive at Kingston by 8 a m. by him towards the purchase of said lot, shall be forfeited; vey No. 3386, in the name of Callohili Minnie, on the
Leave Kingston at 9 a m and arrive at Ames- but the interest upon the purchase money unpaid, and not north fork of White Oiak Creek, Brown County; 1500
bury by 11 a m. overdue, shall cease from the day on which the building acres of survey No. 2535, in the name of John Graham,
In Vermont. is erected and made tenantable, until the periods stipu- on Straight Creek, Brown County ; 1000 acres of survey
lated for the payment of the respective instalments. No. 493, in the name of Robert Gibbons, on the waters
59 From Poulteneyby A/liddletown, Tinmouth Iftthe first payment of one-fifth of the purchase money of Little Miami, Cleemont Counts; 186 2.3 acres of sur-
and Willingford, to .eount Holly,once a week, 25 be not paid into bank within the three days prescribed, vey No. 4260. in thIe name of' Callohill Minnis, on the
miles, the lot or lots so purchased shall be resold, after ten days waters of the east fark of Little Miaii, Clermont Coun.
Leave Poultn,:y every Tuesday at 6 a m and ar- public advertisement, at the risk and cost of the original ty ; 1000 acres of survey No. 1376, in the name.of Tar.
rive at Mount Holly by 2 p m. purchaser. pley White, on the waters of the Little Miami river,
rLeve aMount Holly uesay p m d a A certificate of the purchase will be given to each Green County; 100 acres of survey No. 1426, in the name
Leave Mount Holly on Tuesday at 3 p m and ar- purchaser by the commissioners, entitling the purchaser, of Hen'v Sha r
rive at Poultney on Wednesday by noon. his heirs, or assigns, to demand and receive from the 2936 2-3 acres of sur, vey No. 2739 an015, in the name
60. From Barre by Orange and Topsha to Mayor of the city of Washington, for the time being, a of Robert Means, on Brush Creek, Highland County;
Newbury, once in two weeks. conveyance in fee, in conformity with the provisionsof entry No. 5665, of 800 acres; entry No.5972, of 100 a-
Leave Barre on Thursday at a m and arrive at d section of the act ofCongress aforesaid, o' alltie cres,in the nme of Calloill Minis; entry No.5974, of
LnThursdayaI arrive at right of the United States to the lot or lots purchased, 100 acres; 23721 acres of United States?'military land;
Newbury by 7 p m. when the whole purchase money shall have been paid, survey No. 2940, o tie oume 0 lStames erriam, fr 140
Leave Newbury on Friday at 6 a m and arrive and the above building conditions fully complied with. acres on the waters of Clover Lick Creek, purchased by
at Barr : by 2 p m. Plats of the ground intended to be sold will be lodged, Robert Means for the taxes; survey No. 1942, in the
61. From Lynden by Sutton to Boston, oncein on or before te firstlay of September next, at the Ex- name ofJohn Gerrard, for 400 acres on Scioto Creek,
t change in Baltimore, and at the Fxchange Coffee Houses purchased by Robert Means for the taxes; survey No.
Leave Lynden on Monday at 6 a m and arrive i By orladelphiar of thew York, ammnd Bostsoners. 2792, in the name of Samuel Hwes, 1000 acres on the
atBy order of the CommissiN BRs.NNAN Sc' waters of the east fork of Little Miami, purchased by
at Boston by 1 1 a m. JOHN BRANNAN, Sec'y. R.obert Means for the taxes; survey No. 2384, in the
Leave Boston on Monday at 1 p mi and arrive at a22-eoP. MAURO, Auct. name of JohnW. Johnston, 300 acres, adjoining William
Lynden by 7 p m. The Boston Centinel, New York National Ad- Little, No. 2377, purchased by Robert Means for the
In Louisiana vocate, the Aurora, and the Baltimore American, will ofho166saw, on the waters ofPaint reek, purthe nas-me
62. From Baton Rouge by West Baton Rouge please insert the above twice a week, until the day of od by Robert Means or the taxes; 1000 ac reeks p surveyas
and Dupliss' landing to Opelousa, once a week, sale, and forward their accounts to the Mayor of Wash- No. 2264, n the name of Arcalehs ld Cmpcell, :n th
99 miles. ington for payment. waters of Gladi RulIn, pureiiasedl by Robert Means for
.Leave Baton Rouge every Sunday at 9 a m and LAND FOR SALE the taxes; 89 acres of survey No. 661, in the name of
arrive at Opelousa on Tuesday by 10 a m. Y virtue of a decree of Prince George's County Henry G aines, on Paint Creek, purchased by Robert
Leave Opelousa on Thursday at 1 and arrive at Court, sitting as a court of equity, the subscriber iin trhe Creko,8 i he
Baton Rouge on Saturday by 4 p m. will sell, to the highest bidder, on Saturday, the 14th of prchsed by Robert Means for wtoe taxes; 50 acres of
Note 1. The contracts are to be on the usual September next, at 12 o'clock, A. M. (if fur, if not, te survey No. 4454, in the name of Nathaniel Gist
terms and conditions ; the pay to be made quarter- ss te r on the waters ol Little Miami, purchased by It,
ly. The contracts are to commence on the first ty, deceased, in and to a part of a tract of land, called United Sates' military ld; one half of 44 1-3 acres
day of January, 1823; those for the routes No. 1 Edmonston's Range, containing about 164 acres, one in the 'irgiu mimary district mf one halt of entry
to 34 inclusive, are to continue for one year; for third standing in wood, lying in the county aforesaid, 90. ot 1000lou acres, in the name of Charles J.lones,
routes No. 35, 36 and 62, are to continue for four near Vansville, about 25 miles from latiimoie, andtl 13 on tme waters of Deer Creek; one half of survey No.
years ; and those for the routes No. 37 to 61, in- re acomfotable log ose, with 2 ooms above ana 2 ie 93at fk f rsh Creek; and one-Tomurth of 1100
elusive, are to continue two years. on the lower floor, with good brick chimneys, a goid a-e i ire N 38 i lh loneourth ot 00
RE''TURIN J. ME1GS, Jun. kitchen and weaving house, meat house, corn hnttuse, and are f re 8, t o eorge F Stras,
Sang 26- Postmaster General, stable, hen house, &c. There are also a m hr'e orchard for t t Little M Lick reek, branch o the east
of choice fruit, of apples, peaches, cherries, &c.; a g'a'- Somi o the amve tracts of land are said to be prairie,
den surpassed bl nonte in tithe reig ibnrhiod, vmnd au ex-
'THIRTYDI)OLLARS REWARD. cellesit anu never' uilin' aring" witahbin one htni'ed s.r 'Tiri ti and w'oolm, a ,d tih rest woodlahndc bnt
IAN AWAY from the smiTsriber, on or about the yards of thle door. Tbe terms of sule :ire: 4th day of February last, a likely negro girl, nam- the purchase money to be paid on the day otf sale, one- s i e ,uiity of the asr, ispr
epMARY HUMPIHRIS,about?7 years of agejhss a scar third in 12 months, and tie remb.'nini third in 18 tarleo that persons willui to purchase large or small
inder her left eye, occasioned by a scratch, nd chews months from the date thereot, the purchaser or purchad I, 0s exectar at resd, rer1e to mioli the right of
tobacco ectravgatly. Had n, whvin she bscon ed, a sears givingbond, witli aApprived security, har'ntg intt mak ,et tr to a ft to' the estat me pon ea 1t c
dhark domestic frock, whiie spron, anrd checkered hand- rest 1m othe dayo mt sale; sutti whrtan mte whole of the m i d i 1 o t li t eich tct
purchase moe isnn nuik WHi'l, aim, timei suti i multi m b*' tlae iir eii'im tvhoct will ba p'.it ui mt th ne loest piirice that will
k h ie f It d s h l r i p u rc h a se m o n e y is p[ id a n d th e sa le ra tilie d b y th e t a" a s e e I i t w!th re s p e ct9 t a e p l r
kerchiehi It is supposed she is l parking somewhere in be tck-n tt'it ni I in' nt'c fit with rptt to taco psi'-
the neighbhoodl otf Quee' Ann, as ae hs a mother .court, a good atd slliciet deed, in fee simple, will be ictilar tract. Th'iis done merev to prevent an ahso-

living at the residence, ani lbelo iging to the, family of' 'vea by'-.. .
livhen ate the resJenicens. of that place. Se feams y of a JTOSII I. lute sacrifice of the lands; but, there bheng a necessity
few w.ek go at roi.d Creek, which plle, it is pri-n autust 17-2awts Tr'sl. for a sale, they will be suffered to got t sery low prices:
simed, she occasionally visits. 1 will give S20 ii takt n as executor of the last will and test;an(t of'lIobert,
in the District of Columbia, antl tlie above reward i" "RSIYENT, I Ct o th ls we m june 8-2-wtd iMerns, dect'i.
laken out of thi' District and returned to me, or confin- A TWO STORY BRICK lIt teE on the corner,1 c'
ed in prison so tha' i get her a ain. 7tih and G street west, near the Gcneral Pos office;
I lerebv forewarn all persons from harboring or con- it is well calculated fior a stare and tavern, being or t )I. ,JAMIS fEI(['4 H 1F,
ceafing s'(id negrro, and a]so from forging a bill of sale. the newturnpitce road leahi.f ,t.m tou ckvi'e to tilh, t -t IF!tS his prois es' n li saer ir a to mthe cit'-rns of
andi fradilently dsposinm 'of ).er, as t min determined centre Market l onse. The imet will be made low to i:. ,'rn (;ce Gergo'(.s ',c Intuy. tI,, may be fou, cd at r-
:o pros!-.comte any person who r'' s.o o t'-n I. good tnimnt. Apply it .i ,h '. Iton ':n'il s.
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