Poulson's American daily advertiser
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Title: Poulson's American daily advertiser
Portion of title: American daily advertiser
Physical Description: 40 v. : ;
Language: English
Creator: Poulson, Zachariah, 1761-1844
Publisher: Zachariah Poulson
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: October 30, 1818
Publication Date: 1800-1839
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service and on microopaque from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 29, no. 7422 (Oct. 1, 1800)-v. 68, no. 19689 (Dec. 28, 1839).
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Preceded by: Claypoole's American daily advertiser
Succeeded by: North American (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1839)
Succeeded by: North American and daily advertiser

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VOLUME XLVI.i A1 AY "O.. N''G. ("CTOBI- .30. lSi' [NUMBER 13,085.

PHILADEL.PPIA I'riinta'd hv Za.r',AniAn POvLSON, No. 10(, f'hes 1lt-lti'eett .... helre SUBs CRIPTIONS and ADVERTIbE.MENTS will be gratefully received.
-~ -- ~ b' ~ L.a-

PI hlikl'! iphhi and: Baltimlore -
Uilii, LinSfI, S aili Bouts,
fy -aiy ofs N a u..Ct, 1 ,.Fren.:tJa on. P TI CHAISE.
V ltE -D.Il i.v.re; Wiimiir. WIiilldin, mater; For New York, ih Stt.-.tn Island,
f. iljliniore, Mlatthetl C. lenk.lis; TI',.':.,j, 4in le.s inAn o in Das,
Chlier'it-ie, i s, O'.si-.i; Crossing Staten Island, the shortest and most
Ph il-1:I f i,,.', E.ivdriJ 'rippe ; pleasant rout. -
Connected by excellent stages, land carri.- i V'ES'Judd's lotel, No. 27. south Third
age t-lrs thi'n t 6 miles, Firm a dailv line. iA 'tieit, every morning, i Sindaiys except-
A Steini B.'iAt e-ill Icav,. P. Beck's -s"harl, edJ) t 5 o'cloLtk, 'ia Bristol, I'renton Prince-
tiV-er ;i.le,-l Iar-et strc-t, ,.* eiy d-iy at 12 ,on and New Brunswick, and arrives in New
.'cl..kT. Ihe ptsie.-ti -t will I N.e u New irk, by Stearm boat Nautlus, the same af-
Castle immedia-tely ftli--r their >-'rival, for terrnonn, a 6 o'clock. Pagsengers will be ta.
Prencttown, where a Steam Boat will be .in ken n and set down in any part of the city
readiness r-. nrc-a-LVe their, id arrive ;n Bal. 'the y wit,| ,ith a libeni talkiti-C 1f'
timbre .t an e rlyhinir net morningg, bar gage, which goes on 5p1 ngs-fare through,
All btger ;e at thi ri'k ot the owner or eight dollars.
owners titer'-: --fi
Applicatinuis for passage to the Captains on
board or to

Jos. te Fevre,
opril 29-1 Ag.nt, N' v. south t'Vhrires

Bristol of IJHn'iigiglon,
cnmn'' .-i- rtiiirin.i far thie t-fon,l
Ic cvii": (tristol .l-t'y ii 1 1 l i I "d en
A. 1. duili1ri;'ton, a' i lg t .1 M (and in
re-tieuir'ngl 'i'ilaJelrIio, t tao P.a M.
N. B. A Ci ach leive. lirstul for Tren-
t. every Jay, imnlinl 'tel upOn tihe arrival
of t'.it p -., anrlL iii tne- orirn nig leaves
Te.ritn in tini ml l tlii p, sseiing1r. to pro-
'slt n i:rtri rhillic"lpija. Fare to Tren.
toni 51 i.

The splendid and commodious
S'nenm :,it Penn.sij/l'-11',
Ct C,'I.AN l!''INU E)N. ,
H AS conimlneicd riniig frt'l.m tie upper
.ide uf -lirkeh street whthr, dili, ni 12
o'clii,, Siiiilvsi e t'pted,) fir burden.
tr.Vi, l .u.li ing t li' ,l o i r, ligtril, and
WVliit.-ill, r .k in. paissrnge-t lior Ne:>-'.' Ti ier r- tirn tlie les i;i.'.leni ory ri at 6
o'clock in the morning, touching at theafore.
said places.
Xd. 1. On Sin'l.its she will lea'e Pliil.tiel.
phis a hIi h pas 7 o'. '-ck in th mortiig,
roil trJwentej'v'i at 2 o'clock in tht al'er-

Steam Bont Ph dE ipht i
,heI filaa. going

N'wI1es >e inhe ipper ai.le ot\Ilrket street
iirf, d'l.&J, (3in1.l*sa er-epte-l,l at six
o'cl.'r.k in the norhiii for the iusie places,
taking, p.:i-niger6 t'i.r New-ilork-nin her re-
t.irn she will 1 a ve orleintowii at 2 o'clock.
Passengers wil.irur tI, go tl New-York by
either oft.e ab.te e hti kdeilli make applica.
trnn to cieirt. S1 byUC Io &c an') & t-LL,
No. 4.3 soith -oirth b street, their o Plich on
thlie lisarf, or on board the Boats.
N. 1B. On Suond eV the tetn will lemive Phi-
ladelphia at 9 "(.clock, lor Burlingtotn and
Bristol, and return the aime dily.
aug 17.

SMean t 0oat Philadelphia,
A.-I .I N, ,,Ir n:. Ct pt in.
D.i'ffr ilOlt .V ell 1 A.rli
rBfWENT Vsi iniletail lc'rrirge,aia 1ren
I. ton ai.d New Bruinswick.
Fare throuieh in New Polt Coaches, S5.l'00
(O.,d bUiges, 4 .50 U
Deck Paibenfiers, S 50
il i Steam 'JUits Philadelphia and 01.v'e
Branch, connected by post coaches and sa.-
ges, foin a line betLeeiin he cities olItPlha-
tlrlihia arid Ne 'Voik. fhe Stel.m Ho it Hn-
I -..eiplia leaVC3 the suitol .Mide nIt n I.a l et
street, every vdt, Sunda' reicept-d, l il2
o'clock, starp" at Burlington, Bristol, White.
hill, and Bordentown, for the accommodation
of way pissei.''rs. Posengers lodge at New,
I'runswick, ind arrive at New York in the
St. tni atiOlivt Brancu the next mn.rning at
I1.1 'clock.
This is a speedy, and certainly the most
ci'?eu- ntrouti'e,asthe psi-engeiiswill leave
Piliulelpntiat e-r tlie I'iks'pen, anm rrite
in Ne' Viork betire the hours 'A bioeiiss,
Sitho t faoiigue in travellini, or iAnt ut
si ep, the larid carriage bte.ng much l, :I e
than by any other route between thetwo ci-
ties. For seats in the above line, apply to
citaiiii A. Jenkins, on board, or at No. 9
South Wharves. .
B. Perroteni, .'ire'nt.
On Sundiys, the Steam Boat Philadelphia
will start aIt lu o'clock for Burlingtori and
Fri-.sil,und i ctuirnthe same tay.
n ie 6 d .

-:WELL improved i .tm h miles from
itthe city, snear the Bristol turnpike road
containing about 150 acres, which may be
divided to suit purchasers.

SA three story lrick H'ou.e
? ''3ea on ,' i.r, srceti. ,ui'.'tit '."S ,.i';,.t -
p S,&E '-on 'a e',-i Ct .'t.qis at. .'4 at .!

mtHItF l .lt'i-L'. i
UP S.ALE, a fewt- ol ine hundred d<.llrs
F_ et cli, za''.e halficath, Cle, r i ",'xits,
and well secured by tiee sior'y brick lHouses,
in a central part of the -city. Enquire of
SAMU.S El i.AIN.Y, o I", :.ilbcr- atl.-ett
-..l:t '. -t"

By Sl ens adBot ulithiol, y
Leaves the upper side of Market street
1had, every day (SitndssI escepted) at two
o'clocki, P. H1. and arrtes in New 'iork by
v.ay o Staten IilArid, by -tL.'nl hunt Nnitilus,
a 2 unlock next day-tar through fie diol-
olnr 'he arrival of the Chaike a r C, ch !! he
in scadiness to cr,teyv pasngerstr (flie of t.s-
[ ii'i 1.) 1 is'V purt of the coy.
is'.o e- sbl-l,iielt al, i ih, -A .r nech'iri W it.
ever iait.i are either roite, or Isie ol bacla',
.>-ilt ii g vi., S'a'.en Island.- I lie, ofil ic iII
there e lines -r'- n'1 w .ind in -m'i;- or order.
For Se,,, a apply atl e PnIut Clihase Oltice.
N,. .11 south l i rd st-eel, PInla.-lphia, at
.oldd's Hotel, at Sephewn Ss;e, N'-. Ill S.
1 t.ir-l atrcci. r0n l p i lk t 'aishingr tir.IriLLil
II.el, or to tile: plain i, n birAl ithe lln..trl
SteAmn Boat.
John Gulick 4 Soais,&
sept24. ditf
La:din.g -romi the Electra,
N. -lry five pi .es Cognac Iliaitdy,
t FU!L S.l i. 1!V
Nixon 5 W1alker.
45 chests, Young Hyson Tea, Phanix
37 hidf chests 5 Cre,.'
201) b..-%-s of I-.ingi i Crow-i rlis.
2n i.d' B. i ott I aiI G ea in I ', i
An i ice. t G im ...Is.
'Brs K.-: rt.s. i. id W 'ir h, N,.. ,uj.
-10 casks bad Irons, and 2 casks Cutlery.
oct 23 e .ott
T11lisical Inatr Illlents.
lHE sub-.ci bersvery reshectlully ii.Furm
their f iends and the public, thatthey
have taken the store
.e. 1. 1, ; hl.-re tlie cn I.,1ia t'ly i l licc o" hand,
of tl .r own i' o l. i a nr,, a ,icral assort-
mt:i .fMU 1> itL I ..TiUNME..Ts, as-i
Violins, of every number,
Tenors,a Vi.iluiic.t- IlDoble Ba eie ,
Glrtitars, Coa'-rt H r,' C m oni do.
Triiitap. is, loii at. sho.
1'ruin' toiS. Bi*.-. un5, ynb als,
Triangles, 'Tambd--inuos, Drums.
Clai o'i- t I, Flit. s., Flui \e\Wlk ig Siclihs,
F:i--. Fuageot s. s.tibe -, rlteittt.
B ". onoCIa i -n.-ti .nd ti-i-ilboy a ds.
N i li. Bow-, i[ iii Orcan; o .
V.' lin. Gtiiiar, Ita s aNid HaIp Strings,
Music \% %ire A &c

Piano tu'tre- ;imd ii arps,
Of d.,l cr it k.nds--and
El ROPC..V .IL'SIC the aieare r pabli'u.a

N. B Cases d n rte. nt i ,., ni .-
of h lpi.u.-)rl, l: ,t r r nrit o r'- -b li i.
A i .w tueine Ih-kd-.Ud .h11 min r-. P, i.i. no
tin, anid all other atticlesa in ii.is line.
Kle Im mn Brothe.r,
Nou 1, North Fuirtli--r e
oct 22 8*

EX'RA su.rli.re rih Linens,
a lack and blue Sheeling,
h i-1 5, I Iniii-iim iiii MA-ririo,
Cassimneres, W1a.-ilI.u and Chintz
Vestings, 5 Shawls,
Pi;iilcd I.sitincis and -a' kandil LUok Mtus

FliAmb fCs, Cloi. ,ssorl.:-d,o
1V'iried hosiere, F 'l.n ani. iguiLUd Ii.
Carlisle Ginghams, bands,.
rabby Velvets, Black & white Crapes,
Shirtitgs, Fine Oil Cloths, r&c.
Just opened and for sale by
Pitkin and'Wright,
No. 161 Market street.
sept 29 dtf

A three story commodiolus
a Pi k1'k l ltiling House, No. 3$7, on
Il nrh111 side of Market street,
*b-' likiilth street. with Siabiimg,
Co cli lic.u.- aid large Garden.
A new titree sit-r blick Store, adjoining
the aoL' c, calculated for a Gro.:cer% itre.-
Inquire of

oct 29

Joslua Lippilacott,
Corner of Arch and Tenth street.
S. ,di0t

Fr:n:kford \ Hil.ltuol 1Turn-
pike Road.
P"IADEnPHIkiA, Oct. 10, 1818.
dTIvE c..:k! ., ', .r i 1,i, ", ii t an
c-r i i..i r I'c-e Ti .. l'e .- 1 -
r- t, i.-i tfr .l -a I tlie m,., n-e, sei\ r
iwill Ini d on tie ec....'I' l l i li).ay, be;in,
tih gVi N"vemboriext, at 12 o'clock,.at NO'.
65, Spruce street.
.Ju,. L. Ingtis, rt'-It'ltel.
oc, ". 'l ,1Jt13taiwuN

Sixth Djy') Diawiing.
SYr,. S1' 8,, 'fhr.rt dr.1W',) 3,000
Nos. 49", 1o ,,U .
701 U', 1 ;0, 1-
'7519", 5429,
12 iJ;;riz es of S000
1 -1 6*, J
69.5", 1-149:. '. -.9 007 8 ,S7', I.1',
52j 563 .-. -2 1, 110 9"*, 1 .) 1" .'.
'.927', 5156',4889',
1 h.- hirst drawn nunibcr on WEDNESDAY
hlX Fl', will be entitild to. thte na'ls..n
PrI eo'f

Ce'en prizes oSi .) >-, awfn tils day, sold
at Lit-N "I f i.. Indeed Al-aEs.a'

One prize ot (000, sold thie day before
lie I.r .- a...I one of a Ih'1 : ( D, .i
but about ai nhour beIbre ibI i.1 a t111 cuMt-
tickets -34'., aid Shares at the samerate.
1 01: SALE V7

Lurkv OF lirie,
No.18 south Third street
oct 29 '

bNE h'indu-I1 an- ten Fashionable super-
ine a Colts,
100 da. do.d Pantaloons, .

iih, a l ni osrlterid ub' rn b G :
Cia.,:t, %Stir! c-n.tllid, tiih C-ipea, I'
I.il Shk, 'c. &c. now opened and for sili- L
ilie Suini.bLr at thle in-.streducedprices.

n % ,. I mc r-,-, ,..-4 t 19 4,
mile to lii mtc:i-, can tie ..c.i ti
u il t ihle sdne -at ivi ,lie l,.iur, t.iim 1. '. t ll
R ,c,- B r ;, m -,. ieri.] di, pie tnd d.m ,.

J. James,
oct `7-d .i t T r,

Chii le F ini,' e'C,
FURNil Iu. li' vn ,
In",'. SI- tings, 5-4 & 6-4,
Irish Linens, coarse :pdfine,
Bit.ia S licetiii h -bwn -and white,
TiJh-Ilv i .pr;, 1- -4 to '.i 4,
Damask It and 24 quality, with Napkiv.

Mirseilies Q| I'Is, and
NWtted Coiilttrpiit,' fr..m-n 10.4 to 16 4,
Rs'- Bljr.k-". nim le.ii, .ingle and d.. .-
bile, larpe .witI .mall,

Wh'lite Fhinel-, stipi-ine,
nI:. :rji Sel Is, ,l rnr' C lth. 3nishl Tabh-
Black Piombazeens, Fancy Muslins, sulih,.
&c. tic.
ftOlt SAiLE BY

No. 249 -juth Second street.
oct28 d

Thie IollowJtiiug Goods,,
I E-:IF.N fLY ,np-..r' ed It.i l bii b,criblr,
in thfe Tontine ,nd I'lil4p I'-lub. ..:
froin Lonid.c aae olleied lor 'ilc, -j the Pick.
it, o. re.isonable term:--ViZ :
F luih Siip'd Milshins,
M a di ,S8 H i ,.lk H.. .- '
(C lisu. r'i (ras.il, "
i'lckt i t H:uIidl:fi.
F';gil'"l and J.Lpan'd Lenop,
Plain Leno,
PlckL t fHar,.dk'A.
F .-4 and 4- 4 Birnk tlnslius,
liclh Chrilrz Fi'li hiiires.
('iliir'd iand lt lite Cution Balls,
Brussels Cai-rp-tAii;.
Tncy 1-igir'd CL'..o,ur'd Muslinm,
6-4. ad 7.-1 C.oh.-,
K'i-ri.e mere;,
Cotton Hosiery.
UC.N. Bahckkir,
No. 16 Che lut street.
ot d
\\illiam A. llobiison,
.t3-n'Kit'> t(?f lfl lof.lieciry,
N v FORN s I nS i I'r cunndsi i.] I rtuili:c, that he"
Sli. a ii tl' i he 'tanid, N, :.'i north Third
street, between Callowhill and Noble streets,
.lately occupied by Charles Jobson, deceased,
where lie has oW hand, a general assortment
of the best Drugs and Medicines, which he
will sell on reasonable terms.
Physician's prescriptions carefully attend-
ed to, and orders from the country put up

,-t o eolw* -
Caliillet Bare .oiin.
.1." l .Vr..l 1 il' .li; A ta : '
T IE Sub.:il'-r has iol,' .r hni,.J for sale,
11 .el.:h .in, i-ortn.jri, i.t' 7i.1- m ost fa.
I..i' Il.: \I'lh.,an; Furniture, upon the'most.
rL : siir iliC tern-. .
Oc .W l cie fil,:,
Oct 3 .' .< :l i w6i'

S l t,l .i-,.t lIt' P lriz. ,.

.It, ;j e.r 1 ctash, .
t.a-s iiiL AUAL CftLCOIT.
d1 II i I illiLr ;ri tI : T-,n, h ..int .
ed, forwvhieh casli will b6given, or taken in,
exch:ingc tor Hide- or Oil.
Tilothy .'ih bt! &' Co.
10th mo. 10 tf
The Subscribhers
I'AVE on hand, a general assortment of
MlnDry i'o-u., suitable for the present and
aF.p l .'ta.il .. ...., i. icli Ih 3 l ell I...-
fr c.ll, 0,.' i..r.i. I | ,.i among whltich are:
Ll, l.ii .r-r,'i" i-i. t lisis and Cassimeres,
Middling and Common do. do.
Double Milled DraLb do.
I "-.ri.ai i i", iP aina, Baizes, S .' ,.. i ...,
Cords, "
Hose and' tuffield Btankets, Flarinels,
Plain and Twilied Boirbazcts,
Cal'-',i- Cambric and Catrlisie Ginghams,
Se'.ir Lou.T biirr-ic, '
I.r-.i,.I MS-itn; tIrri n.: and Fancy rio.
Silk Seic, V1 't, Sik., RPihands.
Cotton an- \Vnor-,d IIl. n &c.
Sauiteld lire Co,
'. No. 54 Market street.
sept 23 d
Bus u.sel i (arpetin-.
No, -l I MA K LTI S R L.\1.

per ship"Factor, fr -tr Liverpool, an
elegant assortment of Superior Brussels Car-
p-'thi,. rich colors and new patterns, with
,liti, i mnacih-u-nr I ., rie ii I,, u hand-
son ie iu h I iI.r ,I etI.-. ti4. "
Likewise, Coach and Gig Carpets,
Scotch and English Ingrain, and
Venitiant Stair do.
A great variety of Woollen Table Covers,

Ri.:ih I ih, i)iipe u.l ui na i -, 6. 7-4,
.8--, '.'i. l 'I li, d ',
Damask 1 abl.t (.l...th, a.d Napkirn-, of every
On hand, ofhis late importation.
i. 1il I' t.ui s, l .t.:1,,, French andl India,
j-1 II t sb ..,-.it.,:, Cotton, Table Co'cil
and iI.%!lI ,,
Extra'super Merino Blankets,
Embossed Moreans, c[i' eLitli,
Watered do. crinisoi,, '-cric.. drab, blue,
1- ii ..I.... :r', ,i a-l l '. i; el, ,
i,'liw i do. a:i wl ,..i scarlett ,
Ciirt.uwi 'i'r.ge., ilk ,i.l ,ilk. and W orsted,
Green Baize for Carpet spreads,
Carpet Blindings, &c. sept 8 dtf
--- "
Br-.zi(c 't COpp-ri.
T WO, thousand four hundred Raised and
Flat Copper Bottoms, viz :
Flat 8 inches diameter to 42 and from 1 Ib.,
,to 42 each,
Raised 18 do. do. to 50 and from 10 lb. to
180 each, ,
Sheets 30 by 60 inches, 1 1.) 63 lb.. dach,
Do. 28 by 56 do. lj to1 4.' lbi. each,
Do. 26by 52 do, 6 to 27 lbs. each,
Do. 24 by 48 do. 6 to 20 lbs. each,
Brass Cocks, Rivets and Spelter Sokler,
3 Copper Stills, 100, 150 and 200 gallons
each,- .
-obert Kid,
No. 108 Chesnut street.
N. B. The highest Price will be given for
lold ei'.ler. ifin large lots.
". i eo8w
ltt-, '-':.i i d .i t:,-lidi
S i. .iiii GP -' & OliB'o.t'erq.
seat I oolm

PLI' 'O FORTES, S'ATIO.-J:JT, &'e. Utc.


I kAr. just received per slap Electra. Irom London, seven El. gint PIANO FORTES, se.
lect.l ept'e 1;), i.r them ; one, an iuprght or i b;n t Pian, ftron, the marnulaf.roiy of
'lerr.eili, and I lin.:ii, i; ith tho-e a-lr.ilady ioni Ihn, will hiir.-iisli an elegant choice. They ra.
liect-'ill, i'i h I Alitnaleii,.i ..iu, t ,osp, cr hem.
SThey h:ve also receiivd per said Ship,
A rcn:t variety oif i 4',.TIONARY, 'c.
Fine Hnt pres;.el folio ai.d quatto. $ Scarlei L.t-e.
Post ti.,.k ,id iin. Pinki arid IBlne iucerv,
laid '-do, do. I -. ry Nmilniatlr. Leaves.
Enmbnssed Note rPaper.F i T Hair Tool,, irinu.; sizes.
,i.'tldT, -',..l ',htlcE. < Fie Brisiol Boardr ot Ivoi) Paper.
P ;. rin- it i, -iLT'iTe r C-,nor -I is. F'l',t I'co lt
F! .e li-eiri.stic dl I-ari irieril,, in mai gi, ole iH r Pencili, ,-. .;c.
ca,' s. lack Le.id Pe cil- fur Drawing and lri.iug.
P o0' .ron 1, Co(rr.pases. BtickgatiL n.on F'able. .
Bo. e- of I.ulor.-, of every size and descrip. S .ngle and Donuble tl.,,-rrele's.
"on. C irom t, tin.t 1 I''- le-,.
t.' L t- e'it-,i Cr.l.or. Di-ece.l "-lap-., anIl ''ormni Came, r Chil-
N.- m, nt '' W il rir, in c l-'t:er. i--. ren, t gI'.-it A '. 13.
I'trim it-ie, i.'ir .ur Burni Cit i anninic, ali- 2 1i -P n anship, Ai.:
s'rne, lR-al Sinaitz. itinmnki*i .iW's a srr is,
Inrli'n Yellow, CobaltB'ue, cp a. 1 'erw'.,i', Pen. ins .p.
ii. .i-.!Jit r .' k 1-.1 d I -I rmpk i-I I. i- u t' ringn.
P.,rr-. A1T .I.-. H-i. ., Like. .:. l
Al- r, !'% %r io .i %ri% s' >. i i r 1O % N tllI S, e ll IoLe: 11aV '" I i .
W.. ., B.& 3. AI. 8. rrsipect'iftll. .- nr .t i- r ti is' *, I .'J e *i' .. that by tCie next arri-.
val from L...'dn,-i-v expect. c.ipurb coll"cti'i oh MAN I'LE l.A. P5.
oc 3 27 d6t
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FOPE &E fO's 0
Li.t of Pri.*es-Sixth Class.
., ,6A' I: L It i EliY.
I.X'TH n.'tI"S V?. II'ING.
i2688 i st dr.,in number, 5'..u,
1t0973 ~ '. 349" ). ~ .-.
*5429 11572 II- 'TP73 2
i .631 4772 4097 132J
12t146 51-58 1000
- 69'5 14 ,'.S 9247 10278 .
,:,-. 37-a 4 4 .5,'32 7- .3' ,
5',". 11089 I ;L -' A. 13 l
0)2.T 4889 100
471 of 40 Dollars.
*The .bove Prize was, as usual, sold b%
o('' 'liarter to a iady.
(I-c quilted] t> 11 Jones.
One quarter nio niane given, and
One .quarter marked 1ii, E.%chm ve.
SS.1.1 in a half, q-iter, iiil anid i'S.-
'y, or Jil I li above'p .i:-., a ill be-
pal [ at ,ur ttli..e
A I'-a Tickets, chosen as Lucky, are yet
rt sa!e. .
+. Suld-to M It rnrkf..rc1..

Ltcky' Oftive,
No. 63 Chesnut street.
act 29 d
Ebib'' ilid frlitkeI,
At TRI-. tH'-%i .i.1.LI.
No. 285, Market Street,
Between Seventh andi 1- 'a Street,
IFFFR for Sale, a general variety of Do-
mestic Good, s, Cotton Yarns, &c. ofsupe-
r jil il \\, At the li4t-- A:t prices, i-.rn ca'.u (.'r

MIcl.in. and Htl.d *;%rds, n nHovey's Pa-
citi Ci ilt .ite' .1 t1.i '- tinc'.
H~it'.: Lie iii aLt-v to cAIl 'nd eantiith
-tieir Ioods. 2 i i, -' LrIt

SISAN IS liH I H11 I" S,

A Pe' r Sale by iie Subscribers,
No. 97, Chesnut tstrerr,
Apndopposite tihe Farnier, & lt-clnis' frank.

r*iANNIR 0L, 0M,
And .f General Assortment of
Si.\ IC 1lED LN.iIl7El{ ,
1C) ROCCO SlINS, &C..cN..

oct 29-d3t*

Caleb llntd,
No. 26 Green street.

The ,
[ J: ,loop, 1I.LIZ 1 1Z:
lt/! Bui he.i. i0O bbls. she was baiit at
S l i. ,i.. i.iuise, thoroughly salted, h-t
Composition Bolts, and having a new suit ol
sails, is in order for loading immediately.-
For terms apply to : '
S.0ila I CI11aby, jr. 'Co..
oct JAt
iOr C :..;i' tn t, S. C
The Sloop
SS.O1r..0 's FANCY,
." St ill be I.t'. t .'in i u .'..- r.litil.y.
S. -,, h, ir passage, apply on bt.ai'r at ,r.-
ard's arf, or to '
i;,tlon S" f ia lyI
No. 21 norlh I r..it street.
ncr : it

r L.-"" tcTroI CoIIFI Master,
S*' -I,' ^i' H ., .ii. a irt ti I .* -.ri-o '-n-
.., ,ls, i. 1 b p-.sit .-. ; ig ee-
*]c ii' iI.,, .-i, rl.ai lie passengers may
go onboard at New Castle on Sunday evening
the 8th proximo; can yet accommodate a flew
pasen er, er, her ac-.... ..nu.] .1 in "-'g 'rly
S ,l -' .Ir, av.ing tu :lv> :t I ,,,- I i N
cabins-can also i.-l: 'in. 11.11. tiriL 'kht if
immediate application is made. For terms
apply to
Wiggia.% Whjiii'.
r.ct "2 1 N I'.'i s.ull. r ii .t reet.
Uirig 'wv.o CatIltlrine,.
Will be sold at Public Auction,
it Mi'e X r l-, .r,'s I.,-T Ci House, on lre'd.,
Pe\-..g t7 -o'clui.1;, t e 3d of November,
ir 'The
Si- N..'v I-iIng at Seguins wharf, Nor-
,t thL-ri Lioerties, burthen-about 800,
barr els-her sails may be seen ata-V.,.ird ir.-J
itl.ii.ler- Sail Lo't rin S. Bright's v i .ri. ii.
ventory : t 'S 'fee Iotuse, or auct it- 5orn.
Pcir'isl i Grelaud, Juc'rs..
i-jl|'-g ilit reti!:!i
Successors of Caldcleugh and Thoinma, S. W.
corner ot Walnut and Third streets,
_ AVE just received and have now open, an
elegant assortment of
French Paper Hangings.
THI." 11 \VI ALSoI ON IIAst,
A most extensive -.!;,i ,ir'l?'t .I
Pper h lanlgings $ Borders,
Of their own Manufacture, calculated tor
everypart .'of .Iiuse, "ond c-mI .it'sg every
thing -..w ant i5uilioir;atle n Ib ir,. .
sept 3 dte '

1To intv t II V SII i'-cl1i S.
f. -U''s m J. .lr.
No 1140 ..- I. CE STREET,
SfFI .;r t.'r 'ale he iol'otitngatiC les,.jiis
a I i.r. (t.n i ni fco eil--,, f itie 3i1p
JAlia-a, aL a vcry moderate price ad cletp.
~2 b o fth Ptrrmere, el asor-ted,
2 do. \\ r'itr .1 l..i'.tnner,
S2 do. F e rd ,o.
2 do. -t-ire OJd u dors,
14 do. 'Cir;is?, An-ui-,eed, Andage, Mia.
Sdo. Pb.kles, Ar-hoiies, Olir.s, Caperis,
-20 do w'ine, 55 hiire, Don-, and Claret, 6
V crin t)hl;
1 di. 5% %tir of the ranrmel and Col.-gne,
3 d .. P.ncr ltiiuivs.
3 do. --iilrV 'ancy Aiticles, Boxes and
1 do. FAitn. I do. P.tcket B -o s.
1 do. icltlern -ii i Ladiesufilf Bowes,
1- do. COW:iinFrnpret.

1 do. .frJd-Jlousi and Ribbirns, No. 1'
and 1, r lHat''rsa and oc0ni.kers.
7 package. `fdicinelI.il uots and rF'nwers,
Hcl-'.,r.tr Atrittiu.ut '.;. .. ... ..J '
grrt-e eed,
12 box-sa P.ri- 1:.app- Sulff, at 55 uv duzen,
l-' 1 b,, tI k ..
-\ Lc 0,
2- blte-, '238 pieces Italian Black Crapes,
No,. i, 38
1 do. I .iule Bands. Irom No 1.5 to 42? line

1 dii. 9'.' pieces Ciheriill.- Cor.-i,' ik,
I do .3.i0 gross red and blue Mrkinc Cot-
2. I..r v it. F: ce trS
Thre.i-.l Stockul', n..an narrow 'Thread
L .. ..
I panc;.--: Gold Fr.i.nes, for Engra:vin -3
.l t.l ,s-. :s
Si0o0 Silt-r t..ir he- ,i.l lMu,',icl Snrit' Boxes.
: .-pa;'h tl ,.arn hreiiu '.,plLe war,..n'ci

2 Cint.' i .i 'b tira'. and i' o irig Pictliirea,

7) C .'.l 'r....-i d black d colh-ri:d Enigrav-

Sr, d r port 11li fluok ,,t Sch ,ilIs,
a- I 'l: ,
I M.,rble~ Itti.t ofthe r.n-,rernr of 'ussiia,
6 temr.'. T,u k- ii ,l i- .rder.
,- o .11-it*
GLU -1',OG ,-
H ., .I;A .'H
1'.. 3, IOr_" S"TE.r',
,' f I ,li wI 'le,
rC Hti'is. .I.- ihea-is,
I a .I ..-, \1 ls, ,, '1 \l ,,i..i.h :--,
Straw Jlitit,, A JiSwellely,
fHoes, from 6 to,9 and Tapes, plain & strip.
8 to 10 inches, ed,
..-.-l lli.-i,'--, Fla.t' sit .nOurd line
H,.. r' Ti is L. h rds, ljtbb, .-i ,
t\ le -1 Ir.>n-- el"-t '.i.lnri s,
.kates, lilac G ,I .h,
Gun & PistolLocks, I .e iitl..n.l':,
H1albach Steel, r Bliark Germ.-Cr:Apea,
1H rsemens Pit'.ols, $ tfi-n No.6 to I1I.
Irt n L.-ips, 3.1 4 t ,-
Waffie Irons, Fine Pound Ribands,
Cutlasses, Boot Cords,
Sugar Cane Knives, Boot Wehbing,
ShovlIs, A .l Tick;,.c,
Sick Ie.s, i' ] .r ad usai l it ...ilt-
Card Wire, 14,il -t.ckirnas,
Whet Stones, i Ctt..n Stock ings,
Looking Glass Plates, Shirting & Sheeting
Toilet lasses,. Linens,
Ppeekt Glasses, Supefir:e Gernuan &
Snuff Boxes, French Broad
Firlddi; Strings, Cloths.
KPittinig BIeads, '
-, ..pes Brandy, i.. it, r-r.,..!P.just receiv-
edl r .,r. on board the 'uinti..e, from London,
..'. eolm

j ine GCii tlemal. ;iti
Lady, (or two Gentlemen) can be accommo-
dated with Boarding, in a private Gent el
FaImily, consisting (ly of two ; they can be
furii,heiI v'. illi .. ;.r;Ae' parloAr, asitend'-d
it, i p.,- ibi,' con,'enr .c". :...pi-rr' at the
't,,i e 'i\ i .t ni'.-i ica:'i [i;lv A ild' i'e .-t .:
oct 26 mwfSt*

A Second Hnirdi
.Suitable for a .cirney.
,g POR SA1. 6,
Apply to
C., H nI&e,
South \a 1 s corner f 'ou.ir' i *.,d '..In, ,
tt r ,.t- 'i 6t ( .. \'

For.iI e' Ottmis,
/'t^thy Divii MrH'i'.. M. 'rf.
a~aSsI 1 il a is IrKthi .a rini r.le
I r-r i I. \ ill .til n or L u'.-ur the beginriiig
01 Ni'-.c mba-r.
A t1i. pPsenr:er can be, handsomely ac-
>-0]'Oiutil te l .].A~itpl> tI' tlt- C [[Ljd .'i ohibi.ri
Sia Gat Jiei -- %i- i, in to
Sperry t5 St nsbury,
No.33 Sout l hIrIN'.. .
oct14 >IiN
'I'he Slip Aulor, 4
F-.r':t'd to shl .tn Tuesd-ty,
';d N.I.-IS-sr, l gi't:.-iI
u c c o rrt r, vdaLo r. hirP a It steer-
r it Ca O e made tothe
iplan on b art I tIl iman' -vshart, or to
Robertl E. Griffilth.
oct 29 dtf
For Xlexandrin, Getore''lw'
j %a 11hinlgoh City,
A'j Schooner II ILAN,
J1X5 Jotri HAtND, Mlilter
S A regular Picki--will positively
ail in a lew days Foir f'rei'ht or passaI e e
apply to the Master on board at the end of
ianiilton's wharf, first above the Drawbridge
or to,

CiP A- -

6 a,' T':yl, r 6 Wagner,
.Xio.29 North Front Street.
I Iis Tmn-ninqg, -t l I o'cloeC, ;n ? in cono
nuitiori, i;i the aftrl'non, at Ir.If past 2
On a credit of 60 days,
wj packages ol Fiesh Dry Goods,
Comprliinig a very extensive assorlmen
v'i7.-F.ondon and Yorkshire Cloths, assiort
colorss a, .I qr litiei ied, ahite arnd yrllo
1.lannels, Bomba;."ats, legantly assorte,
Cassimeres., single and mill',l, Waterlk
Shawls, Co-.ti.gs, Blanketi Pelisse Cloth
twilled and plain, slate and Llck Wurste
Suainets, 13rckings, estilng, Print
Plates and Furiniture Calihoes, Irish Linen
brown do. Cambric Muslins, Shirtings, Gini
hams. Dimities, Jaconet and mull Morhrlin
Checks, C', ltn Hose, Vrlvet and Cord.
Moleskins, Sheetings, Shawls, Madras Hdkf
Tickings, Umbrellas, Thrnils, a Maitua an
Satin Ribands, Garrittire dr.. Glovfes, Floreri
ces, Levanitines, Merino hiawls, Hdkf'
French Cambrics, Laces, Pins, Buttin:
Braces, Tapr's, Lawns. &c.
AD purchasers over 200 dollars, will be en
titled to a credit of 60 days, for approved er
dorsed notes.
This morning from the s,. ige, to close
sales, without r, ser.'c,
10 hales of elegantly assorted fine and sti
perfine (;nths, lately impori-., c. o-pr;sink
blue, black, olive, brown, nr.xt, and br,--nz
coloured Coatings. Aleo, 1 bale drab coal
wings, I battle assorted do.
And by the Pa'k.g'e.
2 cases quality and Shoe ti: i ndg.
The )50 puncheons 41th prirof Jamaica huim
advertised for Saliird iy, will be sill THi-
morning, at half past 10 o'clock precisely, 01
Cardiner's wharf
-Oa .Monday at 12 o'cl,:.ck, at the auction
20 b: gs prime gr er. Cunfee, 20 chests
Yolilg H"son Tea, 28 25 catty boxes dlo i..
Phbonix's cario, 24- 10 cairy boxes imperial
and Giwpowder Teas, 5 puirncheons St. Croi,
Rum, 2t 16 gallon casks dry Malaga VS ine
superior quality, 18 bisxes Figs.
By Steel 45 Mercer,
lo. I 5i South Front Street.
Tins nirrnipg at 10 o'clock precisely,
A" liarye assortment of Dry' Goods, con-ist-
ing of London superfine blue and black
broad cloths, Yorklhire middling and lo.w
priceil do. fine white, red and yellow Flann', Is
superfine twilled and plain pelisse cloths,
mens and wwomens black ,-nd slate worsted
hose, superfine waistcoaling. Iambsri uon
half hose, handsome Waterloo sha Is, me-
rino do. assorted.
Matras hdkls. fine bomb ..ets, do. pr;nls,
9-8 and 6-4 cambric muslin, book do. tam.
poured do. 7.S Irislh linens, 5-4 sheetings,
brown linens, co.ttonr checks, domestic shirt.
ing, plaids and chambray, black and wh,'e
silk gloves, florences, suspenders, talineti,
colonured threads and buttons., with a variety
of other goods site toi tlie se.-.son.
Additional Sale.
This morning at 10 o'clock, precisely,
2 bales Bombazetts, 2 do. red and yellow
Flannels, 2 do. coarse CIAths.
Queens Ware & Alabaster Ornaments.
On Wednesday athl ol November, at 12 o'clock
.nrpcisely, at he auction store,
without reserve,
22 crates Queens Ware, well assorted, 26
cases Alabaster Ornaments, terms at tale.
By Jennings, Jones 65 Co.
.No..11 norft Front street.
Valuable White Oak Ship Timber, and
White Pine Boards,
On Saturday the 31st inst. at it. o'clock, at the
A United States Navy Yard,
A quantity of valuable White Oak Ship
Timber, and white Pine Boards, in lots to suit
Credit 90 days, for notes with two approve.
ed endorsers.
.On Saturday at 12 o'clock, in Penn strec:t.1
15 pipes Brand3.
India, British and German Goods.
On Friday. tile 6th Nov. at tnie auction store,
200 packages of India, British aid (ier-
man G .ids Part-culars in future advertise-
ment-and Catalogues will be ready lor deli-
very the day previous to the sale.
Cargo of the ship Neptune.
Silks, Nankeens, Teas, Cassia & China,
-On Tuesday morning, the 10tlh Nov. at the
Saticition store of the subscribers,
502 cases Canton Siks, of different descrip-
30 boxes Company Yellow Nankeens,
15 do. Mlamee do. do.
5 do. Clear White do. do.
1210 chests Hlyson Skin Tea,
200 do. Hyson do.
207 no. Young Ilyson do.
143 half iu. do. do. do.
20 25 catty boaes Hysun do.
S00 10 do. d-s. Young l]son do.
200 5 do. do. do. do. dn.
180 10 do. do. Imperial do.
60 10 do. do. Gunpowder do.
100 half chests Souchong du.
20 25 catty boxes Superior do. do.
34 10 do. do. do. do.do.
270 5 do. do. do. do. do.
1561 Mats Cassia,
100 bundles Floor Matting',
140 boxes and tubs China Ware.

By Pas ignore Sparhawk,
V'o. 31, South Front street.
The sale of Watjtes and elegant Jewelry,
bi orler of assignees of Hyman, will be conti-
nued this morning at 10 o'clock, at the auc.-
lion store.
Monday morning, ,t 10 o'clock, and at half
past 2 in the afternoon,
3 pack-ages good-, consisting of, superfine
and common cloths, cassimeres, coatings,
rose blankets, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12-4 point do. red
and whit tluannels, baizes, sheeting, shirting,
Ihisll linens
l'urnitura Prints, Ginghams, Worsted and
Lambs Wool Hose, Shirts and Drawers, Tam-
bou-ed MN.lslirs, Se' ing Silks, Canton Flan-
nels, led t i-a.g Pins, Braces, C.otto Balls,
Silk Hose, Beat er, Kid and York tan Gloves,
Silk elvI. t, Hat Cot ers

Also, 200 reaus super Cap Paper,


O a respectable small family, a front Par.
IonJr, Bed Room and Garret, with the use
ol the Kitchen,and tu board tith the family it
required. Apply at No. 151 south Fifth street.
oct 23 d4t

By Likle, eir t Co.
Ao. /0, TSoutih Frnri ,frcei.
This morning at 12 o'clock, at the auction
st ore,
44 barrels prince iavanna Coffee, 50 b.gs
prime St. Domingn do. 10 boxes Havannia Su.
gar, 10 rpunchenns West India Rum, 5 pipes
Brandy, 5 do. Gin.
v Tl. morning at 12 o'clock,
16 puncheons Jamaica Rum. Also, 20 keg.
o London Refined Silt Petre.
" Credit Sale.
On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock precisely,
, Twenty packages Dry Gr,.Jd, amongst
, rl;ich are superfine second and H>r priced
C O ths, Cassimeres, Bombaz.etts, Flannhels,
' Hose, Checks, Ginghims, L.nens, flirions.,
l Hkfs. Shawls, Cambric,, ,Mtil.is, Calicoes,
* Vestings, Dimities; S;Iks, Tickings, br.wno
SIn.ltands, Pelsie Cloth,, Tlireadls, Sliirtings,
* Plaids,.&.c&c.' :
And in the afternoon,'
A A large assortment of CIl.ti,t Cassimere-,
Vestings, Flannels, Bonibazs 'ts, Laces, flfst
' Pins, in fancy Boxes, Mt r.ted and L.mnbs
SWiol Hose.
Ali, an qluaniry ve sh.p Goods, coin-.s i,,f
of a general assortment,.
All purchasers abcose 200 Dollar., will be
.enthtle.l to credit of r'u d,,ys, for approved
endorseii notes.
J. Jfhutes%58J. IV. Lippincott,
J4o1 56, South Fr'aniatrees.
Grocery Stock.
This morr,,ig at li) o'clock, at the corner of
Appli tree alley and Pif h street,
The remains of *i Grirery Store, c .r-sisiingr
of Drairdt), Jair.-.ira anld Criuntiy BRum, Hol.
land and Counrtrvy in, Wines, Whiskey, Vi.
negar, Teas, sugar, spices, Powder and Shot,
Scales and,Weights, Measures, Stand Oasks,
&c. .
Also, a part of a pipe of Madeira Wine, of
siiperi,,rlrl;ty, '- years old.
Brandy, Gin, c.
Th'i_ morning, at half past 11 o'clock, nn
Cuthilirt' lwharl, between Pine and iul, L
Thie remainderof thl bl"igSp :irt,'s cargo,
Joiah Cr,., per, Mastr, 'frm ti.dr, 9 pipes
old Cogniac Brandy, (Martill's. Brand,) 69
pipes Schiedam (;in, of superior quality, 1
pipe old Sherry Wine, 2 c AS, Siraws .atts, 1
rio. Wax Tips, 8 Cables, 7 to 9 inches, '? case>
containing 400 pair wr-inens clcgant T'arsian,
Silk, Satin and Cloth Slin.-s.
This day, at hall past 12 o'clock, at the New
Bank in C(hesnit street between Fourth and
Fifth streets, north side,
A quantity of Lumber, Window Frames,
Sashes aid shutt( is.
Dry Goods.
This afternionn, at lial'pat '" o'clock, at
the auction store,
25 packages fresh Goods, suited to the sea-
son, consisting of superfne and ci-,mmor,
Cloths, do do. Cas imeles, Coatings, red and
irreen iuickings, green Drapery, Baizes,
W'nisted aid Cotton Huosiery, I"lnnels,. Born.
bazetits, tlicues, Shirting and (Cambic Mus-.
lins, 4-4 Irish Linens, srown do black do.
Slk Velsci, aid ilk Plihli, HRa Silk (.loves,
Germian Tpes, 8.-4 to 12-4 Ruse Blankets.
Also, 40 pieces RussiaSheefings.
On Monday morning ai 11 o'clock, at tihe
auction store,
6 hhds. prime itreen i-'i'e:, .-'( bags do.
do. di. .5 hhd... Hsi .vado Sii;ar, 11 qr chests
yoniin H ,I sn Tea, 4 do. dIo |Iiperal ,It,. 6
Ihrds Jamaica Hum, 8 pi.:Es rfene rifle Wine,
20 c-.sksSoeet do. pipes Gin, 3 hidi. Hum,
1 case freh Nutmgs. I do Ido. Mace, 20U
ke,- fresh \lInsi i ,lin b...tl~, l10buxr-8 by
10 Wind..w Gla. s.
On Mornd:i, at 12 o'clock, at the auctiinn store,
4. bales irussels Carpets. ol different sizes,
will be open for examination on Saturday.
Also, a quant,t, of Cut Glass Decanters,
Tumblers, and Wines, &c.
On Wednesday morning the 4th Nov. at 11
o'clock at the stores of Messrs. Brck and
Krumbliarr, No. 144 South Third street, to
close consignments.
150 Packages German Linens, consisting of
Platillas, Brown Hollands, liretanges, ECto-
pillas, IDov las, Cress, Listadoes, Librites, Hes.
sikks, Hedn Rolls, &c.
Catalogues will be ready and the Goods
open for inspection two da\s previous to

Sale of Furniture, Cc.
ON Saturday, the 31st of October, at the
sign of Itobinini Crusne, in soulhi rhird
street, btlwseen C iesniit ald Market streets,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, a quaniitt of
Hionsehold and Kitchen Furniture, consisting
of Feather Beds, Beilding. Bed.teads, Look-
ing Glasses. Tables, Chairs, and a variet) of
Kitchen F-'urnniture, &c.
Richd. Spragg, Jr. Jhc':r
oct d2t*

A two story Brick House, tWO
oo-ns and an Entry on a Floor, in
il* Third street, next below the corner
9 1, of Union street. Enquire at No. 77
north Seventh street.
oct 30 d

SThe House and Lot No. 126
North Second street, it is one of the
best stands for business in that part
m of the city aon is clear of Ground
Rent. A large part of the purchase money)
may remain at interest, secured on the pro-
party, if desired by the purchaser. For
terms apply atthe premises.
oct30 eol2t*
Fire Insurance Company,
No. 101. Chesnut Street.
ALL kinds of .MencnRaniizE insured against
damage or loss by FIRE, for long or sLort
Bitni.Dios of every description, eitherfei
ecer, n i)n.t p!o' e ftcbuic.' acwtl rfert, firprari,
or for short periods, as may suit the party ap-
plying for insurance. ;
sept 3 en2m.
Italian Sewing Silk.
lAVE just received one trunk first quality
I ialian Sewing Silk, Cloth colors and
light Dyes, which istlow opened f.-r ale.
O(n hand, a good assortment of Woollen,
Cotton, Silk and Linen Goods, many of which
were recently purchased at Auction, and will
be sold cheap.
oct 13 :aw6t

JA11 t~Df

fy John 01111 sey,
Daily Public and Private Sales.
The Pilhidic Sales are every tl,,iness Day,
they commence generally 't. hl- f past 10
o'clock, for House t-'Frniture, Pesnna it'ear-
ing Ai.pFrel an.- OI.ramen'.,, for Resl Es'ates,
E;ecituirs, Adminristrator., an d Or[ ians
7-' Decatur Street'which leads trum Mar-
ket street aboIe Sixth.
The Prisare U:aly Sale;s comienirce every
Business Day, at -nbout 11 o'clock, or imme.
diately aftor the PNblie Sales, and continue
till about I o'.7lock-no goo.l.s cn, he 'i.1d it
Prit-ate Sale, other than between those inours
at which t.me any quaniity ol any ivtid-ile
Article maty be ud-itie, will be 'ari, .r,.l
ol the quality expressed, and at prices well
worth an half hour, aito-ntion.
Autumn & Winter Clothing, kce
(Cheaper and superior to roady made.)
The Subscriber proffers to and stipulates
that he will lirnish t'lie best supertineCl.,th,,
as well as the best second and Vorkshire,
at prices at least at one third lIoer than they
cii beli had else,, here ,i.d ir, any qi.uantity re-
l3' And fuirlher that if purchasers are not
supplied with thle b.,t workmen to mke p
their Articles that such will be recommend-
ed to them, and on such reasonable terms as
losare from si to eight doll-irs or, a superfine
Coat, and in proportion Ie-e other Artir.les,i
so that purchasers at these sales % ill have
their t waste or fashion gratifi'_l at from 2-3 to
I the commOrn raies-.1- thl' Articles didn't 'fit
ilhe money will be returned.

ShAkspeare Auction Noonm,
Will be off red for Sale at reduced pr,.-.-,
the very first qualitL cf laishionable Cloths,
consisting of the Iollowing articles:
Fashinnable rock Co.ts, Irtri m 6 to 23
Body Coats, 15 -;'
Great Coats, 20 26
Surtout Coats, 18 24
Gleat Coals with Suirlout B.i-lies, 20 28.
Superfine Clot h and Cassimere Panta-
loons, 3 9
Cassimere, Tuilenet, Florentine arid
Black Camblet Vests, 1 3
This morning, will be opened,
50 Fire Co.us,
30 Plaid Cloaks,
ADDITIONAL--This dayat 10 o'clock,
I bale of Shepparl's Clotls,
I do do.Cassimeres,
I Trunk Lambs Wool Shirts and Drawers,
2 ci-es Men' Hats.
Gentlemen residing at a distance can base
Clothing at any time sent them b lecariig
their 'aundiing measure, e' lier I -,' .c1, or
Philadelphia made ; every description of
Cloathlig made to order, of the very first
quiiali Clothb and Cassimi-res, auId in the
most fashionable style, at about 2-3 of the
usu.l prices.
All orders will be attenLded to uith punchi.t

J. Burk.
Coimmi-sioi, Merchant.

& COMPLEAT I'r-nt.lngPreis, F.Irnarure,
&c. hbelonging to a person ,)rccased
At 1. RILLINGS Room. Race stre-et, near
Elteilth st-;'eu on S 'udt at h,lf pa:t I
o'clock, at Private Sale, Brick and Frame
Ho'lse anrd Llts cheap for cash. '
oct 2t

B() O H I1NG.
A rEW G;-ntlrh. rin can be ac'omImodated
with BOAiFDING, in Front street ie..j
Also, a front rPallour to -Lt. Tlirqire .t
the office oftthe Amtirican L)Dll} Adiertesi
oct.30 dot"

Madras Hd kfs.
A PFEWT Trunks real Madras Hdkl'ls. of s.u,
X. rriotr ilU.,it, entitled io dilahck,
roll SALEl B
Henry Serl'eant,
.No. 121 south Front sIrret.
oct 0 d2w

Boatrders Wantled.
T WO or three Gentlemen, or a Gentleman
and his \\ f' canii he a-commotinrri d ith
Boarding, in a pleasant sitouron. ir. a resp, c.
talile prnate mily. Appl% at No. 179 south
Seteitlh, below Spruce street.
sept 8 liifl' f

EESPECTFULLY infoirmsthe public, that
he ls r.-enioved from i;s late ilesideiice
in Walnut street,
"I0 the .'lrth Ifelt c-irnrir o
Clhesnut 65 Nintlh streets,
[n the house some time since occupied by
Mr. Claudiin.---where he will be 1appy to at-
tend ii thluae who huiror him wilih ilicir cul.
oct 28 eo6w

Herrings, cheesee 'rc.
WO hundred bbls. dry salted Herrings,:
in fine shipping rdei,
73 casks Goslien Cheese,
150 hoxes Digby Herring', ,
375 bbls. Boston ha' .Macka el,Nj.1, 2 ;,
1 10 bbls. Shad, Nu. 1,
A few qr. casks Sherry Wine,
6 Seroon, Sparni-h In,1;,o,
15uReams Printnio Papgr,
25 boxes Chocolate, No. 1, .
Nova Scotia Grinidstunes,.&.
-fl 4r- fni ----

oct 2S

J i. t. Uoopert ,r.
markett street %Vhaltf.

Riichniond IFlour, Porter Bot-
ties, C
J UST received, 50 barrel. Richrriond Flour.
20 Hampers Porter Buttles.
200 blocks Burr Stone,
James Gowen,
No. 95 north Water street.
ALSO IN Sri-RFt -, :- '
Old Jamaica Spirits, Cognaac Brandy and
Weesp Anchor Gin.
oc 22 dlw
(L Three or four Gentle-
men can be accommodated witb Boarding in a
-mall iamil), by applying yt .Xo. 2 north Eighth
-ot S e0o30t

~~'~-lb -9b---

Lectu-.'s on Chyllistry.
fR. I HOMAS P. JONES,/late Projeslor o/
S. 'T tural /.'.'i.h ,,, d C.'umnt itr. I .n r,
U :. .er t &. II .''a, am i n d.1/iy, irry i.n, s ill,
.early in November, commeine a co.irce of
L,-. tiire on Clirmisiv and the a x liar;
'!ir.anches 'f Scier ice.
The subjects will be illustrated by the per-
formance if a p-reat njnmber rl experiments,
calculated to exhibit the present improved
state of the science.
During 'he Course, a working model f tlie
Steam Ei.gne ;lI be -liw-, and the opera
lion of that useful machine, a present fiom
I'hilosophy to the Arts," familiarly exiplaihn
The I ct-.res will be delnse ed every Tues-
day and Fridar. at 7 o'clnck in the Evening,
a' No. 6, Soiuti Eiglili Str.--l.-Tickets at
31(0, adnihtur.g a Gerilentai '-r Lady for the
.:nuse, mav e had o 'flir. Davis, N-. 4,or of
Mr. J,,mi s eb,,er, Book:ellkr, No. 24, South
E.gnth iSreet.
of- Due notice will be gisen of the delivery
of the liutriduct.ry Leci re.
oct 14 lawSw3

Mr'. ('Hartwrilht
Respectiully announces his intention of per-
li-r .irni o.n
October 29 and 31,
4 T the .1;onin: I-Ill, Chesinnt street, when
T he *'l11 disl ., his .inequalled p~o crs rin
a variety of Englis, Irish, and Scotch Airs,
ron his superior set uofH 'RIONICAL GLAS-
'i'n wh ch ru ill he aldl.'d, a grand l.splay of
hits ,ETIEflt f. L I Flt' WORKS.
(: This Branch of PI'il.isoph.cal P %rotech.
nia exceeds anyv hing if the kind hitherio
known, by th m- inetitii of the app:~ihus.
from which InHt ,.nn,'le .\Sr mast to as-
sume a multitude oi el-.gant figure \sith
vario'S and unnderful clianges, in esveny
p-ssillie s ariefat,tn-' ofihe most ir d clouds,
.dtl.I.ut n.rL.,puwder, Smoke, Ditonation, or
To cnn.;I.-de with the Phio-- q.rhic I.nstre,
\lwh-h i, Iht and extinguLishlicd without any)
vnil,'le cnimntinnicat-on".
TF- c.-,T.inetic,- precisely at eight o'clock.
[',unc ahl.y will be ohs.rve i.
Tickets 1 dollar e.chi, to be had at the Ma-
sonic HAll. net 29-d

In p-usuance of an act the of General Assem-
bly o tihe Sr t.t oh Pennsylhnia, pai ed
the 1lh. da) of Marc.. 1616,
Will be exposed to Publick Sale,
On .lMonday,
The twenty-third day if Novembe", on the
premr ses,
T HE F.irm, l .:e of .oin Swifl't, deceased,
conni aine iabut le.l acres, -20 ot which
oe Woodlind, soui tte ii M.',relirnd i to niship,
Plinladelplia cuntii 11 miles Ire-im Philadel.
phia, and one quirti- otl mile Irom the Bus-
tIlnotn and Stii-hfield tiirnike road, bound-
e. h) the itad Itudng to Attlehborough, and
laud of George Ureck, James Baonner, Elijah
Sifti, and the line ro.md between Moreland
arid Biberr Tro .h;ps
There are on said Farm a
Sa ;tn,: i).vellnno, St.,ne Barn, Car-
-]i'gfe auI \\'iaggo ri Hiuse, Stone
t r Spring House oser a remarkable fine
Spring, with ioter buildings. Also, an Apple
1trcliird, with a v ,riety -if other Fruit Trees.
T'lit whole of a.id ti ,in is under good fence,
and is well supplied with, water. I
N. B. 'I erms one third cash, to be paid on
the firstday of April; 1 819, wicrj a deed and
possession will be given ; the residue may re-
inOit sonic year., secured by b,,nd and iiort.
gage, tithiinitert st, upon the promises.
At same time and place, t;ill be sold, a
number of Lots of Woodland, and two parcels
of Cleared Land, having Tenemenrs thereon.
The condnii os if sale of the last mentioned
lots will be made known at the time of a-ale-
sale to commence at one o'clock, if the wea.
thllr be fair, otherwise the next fair day. 'Per-
sons desirous of.viewiing,; ate requested to
make application to JESSE COML'Y, on the
premises. ,
Edward Duffleld,
Jo0eph K Swift,
oct 29 dts* CXCECUTORS.

T WO fine Mai e,a, aelegsuit G.. a:i.l alight
.one Horse Waggon, wth 'Harness for
them both. The above will he sold tery
cheap, one ;or tle wh,.le ol them vngether,
and are worthy .the attention of any person
ssishing to purchase.
For further particulars enquire of Mr.
JOH101-IN CAR1TER, at his Livery Stables, No.,
27 Prune street, between. Fifth and Sixth
street. ict 2,-d4t*
RI ILE Old Sherry and Madeira Wine, in
Demijohns, to be sold at No. 85. Dock
street, near Third.
Rich. Hill Morris.
aept 15 imif


A GIRL to assist in d.i;ng the work, and
taking care of Children in a small family ,
one would be preferred al'out 12 or 14 )ears
ofague SaLi.factor) refereict %ill be required
Apply at No. 97 north l-ourth street, near
Vine street. oct 28-ealt

The House and Lot, No. 96,
soith Thini sirer t, nea iy oppio-te
St. Paul's Cimrch. Clear ot all in-
cunmhiances. App!y at the Office cf
the Amenican Dail) Adve-iser.
uly ditt

Jour leynlen Taylors wanted.
0 NF. hundred Journeymen Tayloirs w.,,ted
none need apply but good workmen, to
such will bhe given consiart empl,,.v, .t the
Shakespear Auction Tlonim and Cluathing
store, corner of Sixth and Chesnut stieet.
oct 1 d

Elegant Furniture
Auction & Comnnis-ion WVarehotuse,
.,. 4 .'ORTAt FOL' h"I HSR kEET,E
OI. artur,Ila morning, at 10 o'clock,
THE Household and Kitchen Furuiture of
t,,mili leaving the city, among which,
two elegant Sidebu.ardi, Sopha, Dining and
Card Tables, Mantle and Pier Looking Glass-
es, Ca pets .,nd le..rth Rugs, faihi,,n-A le
t\.rlo.,s. Shovels ainl Tongs, Bc li an MNi-
trasses, Bedsteads, elegant Fancy Chairs,
Paintings an.] Erngrasings, Plated and G.lass.
w .re, Isory liandled Knises and Forks, India
Table China, W\ash Stands, Glass and Fancy
Lamps, &c. with a quantity of Kitchen Furni-
.A complete Tea and Table setl or Sterling
qit private Sale, at very tlio prIces.
2 trunks Silk Umbrellis, best qualities, 1
case Leg'ihorn Flails, No. 24 to 42, 3 c;.'es
Fur iats, "2 trunks Londlon Vests, with a
neat assortment of seasonable Dry Goods.
George K. Kuhn,
ictioneer and Coamie-ion allerchant.
oct 30 d
Valuable Books.
On Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock,
Auction & Commission Warehouse,
THE Library ni a gentleman leaving the
city-arrong-t which are: Stilling's
\ ork!. coniplete, Pinkerton's Voyages and
Travels% Swedenburgh's Body of Divinity,
Gill on the Testament, Mosheim's Histiry,
Universal History, Hstor, oof Ergl.nd, Mar-
shall'is Washington, Chaptal's Chlierrist ,Ie-
mison's Mineralog Woodfll's Jnnius, Br.o
tish Theatre, cumpleie, S ,ltt's Work;s, Fi. Id-
ings Jo Dir.tionary of Arts andaci r ces, G b-
boun's Rome, about 100 of the most approved
Novels, and a few Law Books.
About 100 vols. ot French Books, on va-
rious subjects.
Alter the s.le o Books, a handsome Book
Case, with Glass Doors.
The above can be viewed on Friday after.
o Geo. K. Kuhn,
Auctioneerand Commi.ssion1 Merchant.
oct 28 4t
Salles of Funilliture.
On Monday morning thle 2- of No' ember, at
1'J o'cl.)ck, at No. 122 north Third street,
a few vdoori above Race, -tr,.-tet,
A VARIETY of Household Furniture, the'
property ofa genulenian leaving th.e Ciy,
cosist.ing .it Secretary ari. Bjsok Case, ED-
rerma,, Tables, Chairs, Looking Gla-s, Beds
and Bedstead, -an excellent eight day Clock,
Carpets, Sc.,
A quantity of Kitchen Furniture. The
goods may be viewed on Saturday next.
George K.Kuhn,
Auc'r. and Commission Merchanit.
nct 29--d No. 4 noithl Fonrth streer,
Credit Sale.
A New three story Brick
House in Lumbard street.,No. 117,
*I'ia lew doors above Fourth street.
ai2 For terms, apply at No. 146 south
Seventh street, or at No 4') Spruce street.
10th ino. 17 .tot


Ily Peirsol Greliud,
.Ab. 39 north Fron: :r.cet.
Laguira Coflee.
On Monday at 12 o'clock, at the auction
105 bags greer. Lmbguirs Cofee, entitled to
drawbclk. i50 Kegs Lest I.vndo,- rcfir.ea salt
peire, 12 boxes mace.

Joseph Lancaster's Lecture.
JOSEP!t LANCA3SIER presents his re-
spects to the friends of Education in Phi-
ladelphi i, aud forms terem, 'hut hi's intend-
ed Lectulre or, those excellent Instituiions
usual called Sunday Schools, i. appointed for
this ev'ining th Jutinh instant, at 7 o'clock,
to be d llvered in the western wing of the
State Hoi.e.
This Lecture is intended to display the.
providen.ial origin. proer-ass and effect of
these Schools, illustrated by interesting acts
and anecdotes.
r'lie snliject will conclude with some infor.
ration ast tire best tr de of impressing the
knorsl-dge of the Sacred Writings on the
youthful mirnl, 'with a brief review of the
importance of these Institilioris to Society,
in connex.on with National Education .and
chi r.acrer.
Admission 30 cents-CMil.-ren hall price.
Tickets to be hadil at the Fookstores of
SlatheiA Car.\, corner of F.-.tiih and Ches-
nuo street, a.nd at B-nj.amirn 'arncr's., 147
Market street, at I. & J. Kitcs, nurth Third,
sireer, and at the door.
10i mo. ) 3
Lectures on Natural
Philosop ly'.
Iodlictir, Lectir'e to hiis C. -' -of .\ -
ti.al Phl." soph/v, at the Un.versity, in Ninth
street, on Thurvday, the 5th of November, at
7 o'clock in the cven:ni ; and the Lectures
will he continued, on Monday %id Thursda,
evenings, at the same hour, until the end ot
February. .
Tickets of admission at ten dollars each, for
Ladies as well as Gentlemen, may be procured
at tne Unitersity ; of Messrs. Kneass, YV.u,m
& Co. No. 8 s.oiUli Eighth street ; rr at the
Book Store of John Richardson, No. 244 Mar-
ket street. oct 26 mtuihflo,

9S opened every night by the subscribers, for'
Fetc.. ng Architeclural and Miscellaneous
Drawing, in its various branches, .n the most
moderate terms, at the N. W. corner of Filth
and Arcb streets.
J. Haviland, 65
1H. Bridport.
H. B. wishing to extend his present engage.
ments ot Private Tuition, as well as at Semi-
narics, moet respectfully offers his profession.
al services to such as are situated within ten
miles of the city of Philadelphia.
octU 0 eoim
T Good Luck Again. Q
RRE. compelled almost every drawing to
press on public attention the pnsitiivu fact,
that their PooLd inck in selling Prizes, continues
unabated-they respectful invite theowners
of No. 12,688, the first drawn number yester-
and sild bv Hloe in sh.re;, to call and ihey
shall immediately receive the cash The ow.
nert ofN'os. 10,973 :and 5,4-9, prizes ofSl000
each, also 'old by Hope -the tirt in shares,
the latter in a whole ticket, ill please to ap-
ply a-l thev shall be paid on demand.
'- The l. .tterv s now warxing liot an.l the
great rrc.jority of prizes in number and value,
are undrawn. '
IS .- We prinisel edto nake mn,n hearts
glad before Christrmas, an.il hav._ airea.l) re-
deemed our pledge. but have many Prizes
yet iii rtoie :i.r our friendss sani PaLtrtn,.
,n-' A few luck) chances yet fInr -ale.
October 29 113t
United States Bank.
TrlHflSE Stockholders of the Bank of the
.United States. who are opposed to an un-
dIte inHuience in the Election of Dicectors,
by persons resident in the City of Baltimore,
are requested to meet at the Merchanis' Cof.
fee H.Fuse in the City of Phildi:llphis, on
Monday the 16th of Novmnber next, at 12
o'clock at noon. for the purpose of inquiring
into ths means by which such an influence
maiy i.ive been created.
oct 23 eol6N'
Teas aind Blue .Nankeens,
Ed ward Thomson,
No. 15 North Fourth street.
oct 2 dlO')

Just Received,
.qd ior Sale .i, the Sitlt.criber,
P LAIN Satin Rthands, No. 1. to 4.
Do Taffetl- do. do.
Assorted for the Spanish market, ai.d enti-
tied to drawback.
J. J. Borie, Jr.
No. 5 inor street.
oct 28 dlt
Aix l ( Chapelle Stoves
JUST received from the above place, a few
very elegant Stoves, suitable for Halls, Ec.
C. W. J. R. Smith,
No. 103 noith Frohastreet.
Who have on band some very superior
LatitWe and Latour Wine, Vintage 1812.
oct 29 Iw
A LRGE and handsome assortment of
S I CiA ES, of the newest fashions, and
latest patterns.
John A. Wilstach,
South West corner of Vine and Second
oct 3 dtf
ONE hundred hblds. prime Antigua Molas.
50 puncheons do. ltimn,
10 do. Jamaica do. fourth proof,
14 tons Lignum Vita,
500 pounds Li.ignum Quashy ; for sale.
S. 4 T. G. Hollingsworth,
oct *29 dtf Cuthbert's wharf.
Saxon & Spanish Cloths,
N cases, containing 4 Ends Blue, 2 do.
Black, each.14 yards.
For Sale by the Package, on liberal terms.

sept 21

Pinm Nevins,jr.
No. 21 Chesnut street.

The Mansion House Hotel,
The House is fifty-twq feet
front, sixty feet deep, four storiess
Miai 'high ; the lot 180feet deep to a their.
,& _tyteet street. There is annexed, two
large buildings, one of which contains 24 bed
chambers ; the other buildings 52 feet front,
34 feet deep, two stories high, situated on
Eleventh, and the thirty feet street. The
whole completely finished in a superior style
fur a public house. For terms apply to
Th Olnas Leiper,
No. 274 Market street.
ect 28 d3t*

For Sale or to Let,
The three story House, No.
117 soiluth I third street. applyy :i
S tithe snoutlh west corner of Hine and
Third streets, or at No. 44 Pine
street.. '
oct 28 eotf
To Apothecaries Driuggis tS.
AN old established Dtug Store, with Fix.
tures, Fiitii;iire :rid MediCine, .with a
Lease. For partricul;.rs, enquire at No. 200
northbSecond street.
oct 23 eo3t*
A three story brick House,
with twou storr Kitchen, ar.d lot of
Grounil, situatted on the north side
of Sarsum street, No. 19. The Lot
i' ''1 leet 6 inches front and 93 feet deep, ex-
tending back to a 19 feet alley of which it has
the pr;i';-ge. Enquirer on the premises.
oct 12 eolft
The Creditors
O F BAKER & FE:ilaND, are informed,
that the term prescribed for the execu-
tion ofa Release, in orderto entitle Creditors
resident In the United States, tu a dividendi
'of their effects, will expire on the fourth day
of November next.
The s.urtement of their atfaiir and Releas'-
remair.n a their !at.e store, No. 16 Chesn .
sree'. oct 2 S-d9t


Quiiek-i'ver for Sale.
FOUR HUNDRED quintals of OQuicksil-
ver, in 534 screwed Iron Bottle-, just
imported in the br.g Spartan, Captain Cowper.
from Cadiz, will be sold hy Auction on Thurs-
day, 5th Nov next, if not previous) disposed
of. Apply to
Jos. Bell .Jos. iWalsot.
oct 24 diSN
To Country Merchants.
TR lE subscriber has iust received and offers
I lir sale at very reduced prices, a variety
of Hardware and Fanny Goods, for cash or ac-
ceptaices, by
AIlen A rmstrollg,
No. 56 Market, near Second street.
oct 2. d6t.

T WO r, ui.lr d .AR ASKINX. ar off:red-
for sale b\ the Sub cr b r.
Also, a few Deer, Fox noil Raccoon Skins.
C. N. Banlcker,
No. 16 Chesnut street.
oct 26 d

Billinard Cloths.
UST received per ship Halcyon, from Li-
Billiard Cloths, nssorted qualities,
Mens \&' Womens Worsted Nett Drawers,
No. St Chesnut street.
july 16 d
Olive Oil, Banca Tin 6 Furs.
oL LIVE OIL, ;n pipes,
-25 bales HATTERS FUR, from Smyrna,

oct 14

A YOUNG M\N, who hab,.en bred to
Bus.n as, writes a good han', an.l tin-
derrtanl., accounts, 'isle, for a sinualion as
Clerk, in a \ I'IolesIle Dr <;odL Slui e, or
Merchant's Office ; a.-empl *yment is more Ihs
object than Emo-unent, his terms "ill be
rnundm .dera e, h. has no objectin to go on
trial. Itclefr. *c',c as t..charac.ii, may be had
of Silas. E. \\ eir, Esq. south Front treee.
L-tiersa:ildie.;c.- :o B it the officee of
the American Dai'y Adveitiser, vil m..- ett-
tention oct 30 -dif

Wilson Hunt,
No 13 Chesnut street.

Anerican Daily .dveritise'r.


Frn.'iy Mornrig, Oc',her 30, 1318.

The Indianq.
Entrsct of a leer from ojintCorre- pnndent a'
St. Mari,, ri.dted 1311. Oct. 1818.
I ha'xi seen ia number rf rcpor borlt rthe
Indians in East Flnridt in circulation in the
paper,,, rhpr"'snhintr them to be very rnumer-
ons ari. hostile. I give ynot, tr, corir.lri,, .
these statement., thie f.lluwind. crommirne'a-
tion which I have lately re-eived from St.
Augustine, which tl ina be relied on .
,St. 1n ithinrte, Oct. .-Thle reports re-
specting the Irhians in thli province ire very
erroneous; there are not. on this side of the,
St. John's in the province, five hiindred of
Stem, inclidint.n 1ll tges and hrth seve.-
Tha moit I have ever seen in St. Auwicstine
has not been inure than twenty, incirling wo-
menand chilirc't. It isot'dly false th.tt they
have been supr.ld I hy the government here
with ammunititi; those that I hive seen
have genter.dll hrniiht in skins, which ihey
barter lrbl.-hitkt', clothiri,, &c. lThey m:,y
perltpis get small quutiiti es of amrnvinitioi
also, from those persons with whom they
trade; they could not inteed, subsist with.
out it. -
Those that I live talked with (for many of
them speak English,) are heartily sick of the
war with theUnited StareS, and say they wish
anxiously I'n peace. They appear to he per-
tectly seririble or their want of strength to
contend with the United States; they say the
war has been fermented by their worst ene-
niesr, and i it icontlines that they shall be to.
Stlly emterminated They are now without
the means ol subsistence, except whit they
obtain fr.,m hunting ; their corn fiel s hae
been di aotred ; they arc driven from their
country anI hlich' homes wiLhoit praviiorn,,
and nearly naked id the coming winter
hey ill experience the the hrrurs of famine."
-,'7 u,"nm n ii lhtseum.

From *IarJin ique.
,. 7%trt.'Il, Oc.,bter ;j.-rspt. Rlisael who nr-
rived he-ret or W,:.ln's(iv from Fort Ro\&l,
has invored is with afile hii Martinique papers
to the3 Jfh of September. They five an ar.
count of a hurricaie experienced a.t th't Is-
I nd on the l2st and 22i Septenut r, which
will he found below; aind in a paper of the
6th is an ()r'loiance, in the name ot the
Kidas," wh ich annitunes tiht the explurration
of Flour and Cotltfih will bo allowed, ad that
of Indian Mea ly, Iye -'lour and Rice smipend.
ed until further orld.s. It had been very
sickly inl th' porrts tf ,lartin. plee.
FORT ROYAL, Sept. 30.
Arri' el29th Ami-lican brig Corporal Trimn
frim Gloucester; schir. Thumas Tenant, Car-
T1 1..y, Irom .Vtf/.l'. 3UtLl Sclhooner Rover,
Itum Pontlatid.
$'t. Pierrel, Alarlinitque, -Sept. 23,
On Mondb'y morning aboitN 2 tn',lock, a,
heavy sea (r ,.- e m:,ree) heg.an to break on
the shore, and increaeed in violence until to
day, when it appears to h-ave nearly stibsil.
ed. Forbtnstely' there wceFe i FrCeich ves-
sels in otnr harbor, except 3 or 4 dronero,
who sailed on Monday forenoon for Fort
tR Royal, where thev ought to have arrived be-
Fore the desorm. The onti iesiel loil was the
American brig .lwk io P.arka, ls'>n'.- Lincoln
master, which was stranded yesterd-ia even
inl near Bertin's Square : tie crew and.
their etiectp, however, aere sseed. nThe
wnd began to blow from N. W. and 4hified to
',et and S. WV.-it increased last night ani
ws accompanied with a heavy rain. It is now
killed, bnt the rain continues falling at inter-
-. ,. STome h..uses sitiwaterl in th', qenrrt.'
dli Fotuieit, and Bouille street (monillage)
were shaken to their foundations.
The sea lihas wept away severiL ol" the
haugards, (sheds erected on the shore ) Tlhe
trees of Berlin's square, have been torn up or
otherwise destroyed. The shore is covered
with wreck. \Ve are as vet, ignotrnt .nlr--
ther the planrtaions have received any da.
Smage, buti we are led to presume, from the
small force and dnr itirn ul' the galt, that it
will not be considerable.
SSeptember 26-As we were led to expect
int our last number, our apprehensions res-
pet'ing Inle fite ol'lhe plantations, are entire-
ly ,d.-ilp'Atl. TIe damage caused by the
storm is "crr triflii.g ; the bananas, pl-intains,
S.c. on the height. hive s',tffred in a fe-w Ain-
stances, but no habit Ltion has been injured.
The town of Fuort Isal has not intilered in
he least, and none of the vessels that.were
in the harbor have experienced any damagee
except the French tchr. P. Aline, Capt. Ri-
qitier, coming from Porto Rico, which, was
cast away on Tuesday last on the Point des
Tournelles; the crew werwwe.saved.

Downin riton, October 27. 1
Stsver disitresinng accident occurred in
Ihi %;)llaae yesterdayv motiitng. A i ail,r, b%
*the name ol' John W idker, wa fishing a flint
into tlte lock tof a musket-not knowing, or
having forgot en, it was loaded, lie snapped
it several nines, resting it nearly level upon
tile shop b.aiird. It a' length went orf, and,
tlle whole contents of a large sinirrel charge
o shot, wiuddiiig, &c. lodtgel in his brother
William Walkcr's thiTi, which was not morn
than two leet from the muzzle. It bled pro.
fueely, aind is extremely painful, but we un-
('ertnand the bone is not fractured. A cir.
_umstonce which rend'rs tli;' .vtnt more.
distressing, is, this young man had lost one
leg" in the battle ai. Chippeway, by a cannon
ball, and his thigh wis ampul ted ib.,ut mid
s.a'-the other thigh has I'ow recetred the
inui,.iryjtit mentioned. We also, understand,
that he had a shot in thekneeand one in the
heel of the -.inie leg, during the twar.
We cannot cloe tilis account, without ex-
plressing our extreme regret-nay our aston-
iBennent. that after so many warnings of this
Desc,'iption, so many people make such care-
less use of fire arms. A loaded piece ought
never to be pointed about at people,-and
every gun, before being tamper d with, I
ought to be carefully examined. RHepublican.

dVane tork, Octr'ber 8.
pISASTER.-The brig Galen, COaptain
Bebee, with a very valuable cargo of dry
goods, &c. from this port for New Orleans,
arrived at te Balize on the ie oe 26th Sept. On I
the 19ith ol'tiu es,.me month, in the evening,
intlar. 25, fo ), lung. 93, 50, the Galen was dis- s
covered to be on fire in her hold, and all t
hands immediately set to work breaking out
"ltie argo so ai to get 't and c\tinguilh it. But r
,in being tound iibp;c, calo'l, thle hitches
were closed and every crevice s'opperl up, in
the hope to another tlle fire The JiuXt
rurinutugtihe Ininte broke through the deck,
and titer great exertioiu was extinguished.- i
It was fouuid tlhat it was caused by the burst-
ing of sonie bottles ot' oil oi sitireil, slichi nt
were stowed in rlh, b,.rnim it' tie tf esi. A

gre.tt partof the ecaigo i;s:tl to be de=iw.yed, c
and the vessel considerable; injured. a
Capt. Vosburgh, of the sloop Northern Li- .
berty, from Kinderhook, states that the high- t
land, are on fire on b.th side- the r' er, .,nd
that the smoke. ashes and le ties rilhidi tie ut-.
mosphere to such degree l hat aitli dirfiul- c
ty he could ,n.ke hisa way through xlivi.i. s

Foreign Articles.
LONDON, Sept. 5.

The Dey of Algiers :s about toradopta sian-
-gi.ar expedient for replenishing the popula-
ti n tf his capital, which his been thinnedI by
the plague, war, &c. He h~s decreed that a
nirsiber of yruag men,aged 20 ye'rs, shall be
hirniougt d.dily to the public place, arnd there
presented with the choice either of receiving
bi'a,'in;rado or a wile.
The excavations at Pnomrelia, corit;nic to
produce a considerable n.im'uir of brtrnzr'a,
&c. An Apollo has been discovered of tl.-
most exquisite workr'irnslhip
FR iNKr." 0fRT.
The following is an account of the origin
and progress of the troubles which have dhs-
organized the beautiful lUniverstvy nh i Got.
linvb -.mn : "
A. student hqvirng been very much mal-
treated in a quarrel wiath a butcher, applied
to fhe vice-,ctrihr oft tile university to obtain
justice. who referred him to mfhe police ma-
cgistrates-but not being able to obtain from
them the satisfaction to which he thought
himself entitled, the while 'f lfhe stud,-nts
became irririted anrd adopttd the resolution
of doing themselves justice in their own
way. iu the evening they assembled en masse,
and armed, before the butcher's house, which
they forced, with dreadful cries, and in the
firsi moment of effetvescence committed the
greatest excess. The roof was completely
knocked off, the ajnalows and thirnhure broke
to atoms-no one dired to oppose this out-
rage of fiery and head strong youth. The
magistrates dipatched expresses to TTanuver
for directions how to act. it the same time
reqilesi;ng military aid. A c.irmmi.sary of
government repaired in all haste to Gottingen
with some troop. ; and 'i,, his ai riial he issiled
order, that thIe leaders of those who had
committed the outrage on the butcher's,
house should he delivered be deemed up to him. He
also published a proclamation, ordme ring, that
any astembdlage orlf sturdhnts in the streets or
squires amounting to fonr ahouldl b e dispers-
ed hy military to.ce; and generally that all
persons assembling ins rotous nmauiner should
be punished.
Gottingen presents at this moment the ap.
pei rnce efa towrn besieged, the armed force
corns;sting ofl'HFissara sai:d Int'ditr' passed tihe
iight under arms; the former incessaitlv
patioling with their naked sabres, and the labt
ter posted at every street with fited Lau- a
The students refused to give lip their lea.
ders, and notwithstanding the preclamatioii,
they formed several as"mibliges. The Hs i'-.
sars in preparing to dispersee them wcre in-
sulted, whachi I.d to ind-'iduEal combats. At
length the numerou- students, animated by
thle corporation spirit, regarding the cause as
common to the whole, determined on re.ais-
They acer'hlinely aFr-embled under arms in
order to repel f .ru-e by larce Rcc'nrse u as
now had to entreaty ; the ollincers rem.,ii-
stra'ed with the students-summoned them
to disperse- but they were deal'to entreaty;
and at length it was resolved to resort to
force. The Hussars receded ord ers to put
them to the sword-they charged, stud seve-
ral of the students were trampled down and
other; wounded. BMit thev oppried a vigonr-
ous resistance, and so.Il their ihtes .lea I,,.
Tr, iHusssars ttere killed o, lthe spot, and
several others uo.irmed, aind the students
would hive prevailed but fir the irrasl Ioff
the inthntrv. 'The next dia the si hole ol'he
sclhlars left the city Great niumbheis of
them have gone to Frsnkl'ort. i'hence they
-Ill proceed to Heidelberg, Fibengen ior
Wurtz.burg, where tli e will cniut.nue their
studies. This alf.r hlias been very unfortu.
rate to Gotting ..un.
7Tran;'.,'- di.In I uuPn 'r'.
Cr INS 1AN I IN.tI.1E, 0uth July.
On the 2?th ult. a v-ry irn'presiive cnremo.
ny was witne,;cd here, in the Chapel of tihe
French Iegtih.ni,.
F. rty 'eamen belonging to the French brig
the Lerard, now at slichor at Terapin, a lio
had beei brou.'hit up hur.r.g the < ouse it the
French revulurion in the total ignorance of'
I the doctrines and practicesoftheChristian re-
religuioii, on the same day made their first com-
ininiun and received colti mitirin. They hadIi
been pilpired I'tr par iiL;pating in these sa.
craments, by Abbe Porbin Jnnson, a zealous
missionary and an able p',alcher. lHebIs re-
claimed to the bosom of tie church a Sinm\ r.
na and in many other part of tune L.-va.it,
great numbers who had been born Catholics.
Letters from Sajon) confirm what has been
mnenti iied in the Gaze te- rcspectlng the h .r-
rible superstition of an ob.cre sect at Leip-
sic.-The say that thIe chief, named Kloos,
i.ts his letter tlohn Peter ; that he has six
emrissarie-', wlhomi be ct-li his apostles, and
who are:charged with the duty of distribute
irag the writings in h'.ich his 'loctr'ines are
crntuainr, d. Thi l'ianati i cmiripletely impo.-l i
on the feeblePmi;nd of a nImill-.r and i is %fit-,
whom hIt persua.led, after having spent 241,
hours in priver. to sei.e the fist man that
pr-sent'el himself .t their mill, ,rnl slay him
. a i lholocaiuse ro the Lord The miller .aid
his wife were immediately arrested, and some
troops b ,i e been sent into i llnc illiages % lic r.:.
there ire s seital avoie.l proseli tes to tisia
'eci. Mlho~l took to fligyi, but it is und.r-
stood that lie has been sincee arrested .at Meis- I
sn. I

C -ryst alliz-tiOi of Tin.
Th's ,e.v art u's. ue -,re informed, disco.
vered ..ac:idenltaill abuuit liree years ago, in
France, b a liini ur BR ig4t, who gave it the
name of .4l-,nie .lleiali',qte- or Metallic Water-
ng. Another Freinchman, near Brussels,
however, cotIILsIi the palm of or;giaiali ;
and, in iriitl,, llie priacihl. l.,s loir.,, been one
of the feast secrets ehher in ch mniatry or me-
ilnu'-gy., ihou'h we believe ut- us-.bil appli-
cat.on is entirely new. It depends simply
upon the action of acids, whether pure or
mixed, and in different degrees of solution, on
alloys of Tin. The common Vitriolic Acid, i
we believe, answers the purpose as fully as
any other more expensive acid agent. The -
process we find desc ibcd in the public prints
is follow: Dissolve four ounces of M'riate
of Soda in ,i'.h -..unces of water, atind add two
otinces ol.N.t. c A.:;id --'or 8 oz. Water, 2 oz,
Nitric Acid, and 3 oz. Muriatic Acid :-or 8
oz. Water, 2oz. M,,ribtic .uid, and 1 oz. Sul. i
phburic Acid. iuher of t'h-es. mn-'tures is to r
be poured warm tipon a shi-et of tinned iron,
placed upon a vessel of stone ware; it is to f
be puired on in separate portions, till tie 1
heet is completely watered ; it is then to be t
plutiged into water, slightly accidula'ed and o
washed.' The operation is completed by
Irn i ig.' :
T'he meanest tin pan in our kitchens, sub- r
nutted to this easy process, instead of its a
aillhdi metallic surface, innitates n-other ot l
'arl in its tone of ci.nuir, onnd -boos f'.rth t
nto an intiitiude cf figure and il'.ection' 1
equal to enaniel, and lull of rich variety in f
design, Ilty s-ubjecti ug the iron to diffir-iei't .
le. re :, ul' t heat the i aret; ol the t',rms i's ir-

cre, d, .o.Tre pa, is are granular; others
are like architectural ruins ; otilier, gr.iid na-
riI"I pheniumina' of u'.'., and motnlan, an] I
it., .iet ; others a s-it% ry -unse darting i., d
lung the expanse, othueis simple leaves and 7
lowers ; others cubes, conesi and all tinBt N
eoumetry embraces; in fine there ;s no shape
hich thel inrragi.utii..in c conce.. : th.t ac.-
cident may not produce in thone exquiate
Sp.jrts oL tie climical poscr.

A stated n[lettin' .l" tihe
New f'nglrnil Society, will be held 11 Mnn-
Lay evening, the 2d Nov. next, aut u nl'it.
' o'lock, at the Hall, in Ca.rpenters' toirt,
when an election of officers for the enatu.ug
-ear till take place. A pn.'tuIal aliieu-
lance is requested.
Itil1.AlD NE, VINS, Assiktatit Sec'rv.
ost '9

.^'ew For', Ocd/iitr ;6.
The following very interesting letter' frorn
a committee of 'runr Ladies of the Manbait
tan School, in this city, toi the President oi
the Nets York Institution for the education
of the Deaf and Dumb, with the answer, havt
heen trarismnitted to t four publication. It ,
impossible that they should not proe accep
table to our readers.:
."NswYoax, October -22d, 1818.
i,,u-eJ S&r,
The feirot.e pupils.ofMarh:ttian School Lno
this city, ble.sed with the faculty of hearing
and ul speech, enter .,n a lively sensibili'y for
thoie individuals of their species who hre
def ated dumb. hey mhase contemAplated
with emotions of joy, the progress of' the lia-
stitritien, incorporated bY thle Letiesiattre of
the State, for the instrcti n of tat clasi oh
porsuns. nThey ian e witrie'r d the tact, That
'to th *se persons, ignsi of sound become vir;.
ble iena'es, and thi.it the mue ay be made
to utter ji-'ceulpe a,-d ihielligble wurds -
Uider these irruprec.s;ons, strengthened by
the opinions of their respected and worthy
iistructer,, they have male a small collec-
tion, and appointed a conimirtee to olfer it to
the Institution over which y:utt preside. They,
therefore, in behalfof the Young Ladies, re-
quest you to receive the sum of fl.irty-five
dollars, contributed by their associates, and
offer it to the Institution in their name for
the benefit of the Pupils :-for their sake,
they wi-h ithe sum wVere greater, but humbly
hope their motive will be appreciated and.
their mite accepted. They beg leave to as-
sure you and the Directors of the Institution
of their respect and esteem.
Dr. Samut tel L. Mitchill.

S "Nlw Yon"u, October 21'd, 11is
ToMiss Emma G-'irni, hg A i.ca.itlhi Miller,
Julia M. Sands, and Lauini,;ni A. Bugt'rdris,
a committee of Voung ladies belonging to
the nlrhiatlan Schr.otl.
Y 'uor I.tit;r to -i.- tittrininnr a duon'.t:un for
the benefit of the i ari'n.l Djian plri s', now
i'eceivig ins ruction in thib city, aill bedclyv
la.l before thIe f.urd of' Direcor,. From
then ybour rot' rihi hiii''ri i till rencie itht
aclknovle.lgermrien, uii;rh geierii-s actliOis
elicil from viruiti' seinib'lity.
For mvrn ilf, dc.,r gilis. I kosiw not ihii.. i to
command most, the, lber.t sprint ,'hcF,
prompted your exertions, or ihe bec.,minA
modesty which distinguished ounr conduct
during oiIr ihruerd.er..
Happy ti lthe eiiouirit ril all the faculties
of your nature, soui sympathize with such of
your fellow creatures as ate deprived of hear-
ing and speech. You experience the conscious-
ness ufhaa iig discharged a duty which those
whom a benign Providence favours, owe to
the children of misfortune.
I beg you to offer my affectionate saluta-
tions to your amiable associates, and to ac-
cept my best wishes, for your continuance in
well doing.

The Miser. ,
Tine flionling beahittfil Allegor'y is extracted
ir in Mr. Kitiarp',Orati.n. .J.-liveir,-d before
the Merrimack Hiiurane Sucie y, Nepsbuiy-
port. .
"Charity, in walking her roindi of duty
niet a rih, t.tt hard hieart.d man abtl, had,
that dav, made thousands by a successful spe-
culation ; she asked of him a little portion of
his great ,r t a'tl to sii t hr in soft. niinc the
woes oflrmn-.nii life; tsne pointed o an hoipi.
tal full of maniacs under her care ; time raringi
of madness, and wailiigs of despair pierced
the air aroi atnd iiei, bt ltthe dd nunt enter
hi- iirbie lenasom. slie nest directed lti;st.
t' ntuoii to a Ihoel, in which t as seated an old
man, broken with muslortines, and bowed
d,)- n iith years; he was %s r'niing tlIe cold
dew. of the night frjm his n.a, ted s rd -'lver-
il :hair; mark him says Charitv, lie nis anu aed
patriot, who has thrice saved his cI trnu- -a
Bellisarius, driven from his home by a actionn,
and obliged to beghis bread an4 wander in
exile; look at his tears, how eloquently they
plead his cause; then monster despised the
patl.,'its .ortl-h.
,hie then showed him an orphan band, and
described, with pity's fervor, their constant
sufferings, and their deceased n',J-eni viiie .
he listened, but his adamantinl: bri sti iould
not receive the holy influence of charity-but
she, in pit to t he wr-tch, was inwilling to
lea' e him. ar. eri an ..ited him ri ,.ire hi] r-'ome-
th.ng tor a I lh.-boat i, float (uiri -ie riser h-ch
rolled ranmpdly by them ; she mentioned the
freqi rit late of unhappy tia-' leris iluiged
in the waves ; at ttat ist'.nta, sa outhl, flil of
life and gaiety, was seen inr, t'- cirreut, ma-
naging with careless and ignorant hand the
skiff' which bore him. Charity- n..ticed his
danger, and the churl saw andi encl aimed,
Great God : my only son., The wo,, had
scarcely escaped his lips, when the boat dash-
ed agnst against a ck the Ioulti 0ore up against
his fate u hih e, but '..,rity c lhJd nR.t trelet e
aim, for shie ha] no tini. It, .,nd lie aunk for-
ever. The angel of Mercy had spread hi,
i ngs toI bring" sticcor, but. Eteiial Jii-t-e fr.
ad':- m s li..h tl fjrli regisi..' r, IfHea-, eidd
not coutair. tihe record of any god, dr&ed of
lhe father, nor was thtre any Iprayer., nor any
bles.ings f1r It-s we'ltre, wriLien iln the book
of li!.e. He at inder. ,1 wild .1.I insmin until
Ch itr unmindful ol'hlier rongs, led him to
ihr hllislpit of maniaci, a ti, beggt i the Ilbead
f-r hi sipiorl ; for astrange-ri had sei. .d un
his possessions, and aliens de ,.ured liiss uh-
ritOis Tvisa WEiS'-JaKSEa sa -AZETTE.
Look at t'other side, Jim.
When a boy, as I was one clay passing
through the market with my brother Joe, I
spied a beautiful orange lyiig on the top of a
basket full of the same kind of fruit. I imme-
liately inquired the price, and was proceed-
,gn" to buy it, when my brother exclaimed
with a shrewdness which I shall never forget
-look at t'other side, Jim.
I looked, and to my astonishment, it was
'nirelv rotten. .
In passing tlir .11 h! life, I have been fre-
Irtent y bonenhti-d b3 this little, ndmmnition.
When I hear the tongue of slander leveling
ts venom against sume faalt or foibl.- ot a

y of, is almost the only one in your neigh-
bor's character, and perhaps you; have as great
or greater ones in your own. .
It Or'i, be, thi'sisy.,ur nr:'iglhbor's \weak t,]e,
-nd except it slhe Hu *5 '4j goud crz-n, a kind
eighthh' r.,un .atfectiuiiti lallt r .oiiilt r sband;
-nd a useful membe .Jrf society. Oilier' may
iIteii tu the -a'.r' if 'lhimu biut r-meuubelr,
he\ 11ill tl'.nr .An- d~esp.ue ille cnlrr,,nirtai .-
e.arn to overlook '. Ifulh in your neighbors;
'fir' [rlc pa you. may some time wish ltient to
at duin a lault iii you. ,

1818. Sun SAin HnMi ./,,i,'s
Orl' oI'ER. E R. ei'. S-t:. IF.,',.. / .' ,.
3i) Fr ..1 t, 6 "1 .4 57 4 ~ r -.'-
al Saturday, 6 -3 4 53 4 3 '-=
1 Sundulv, 6 .. 4 54 i i
2 Monliy, 6 j 1 I ]7 10 :r ,.o
3 Tuaesd%'y, 6 3d I 51 7 14 o ,c' C
4 Wednesday. ri 37 4 51 8 1.3 .
5 Thiur-da, 6 3' 4 501 9 '9 ~ -
d"? The ab.ve 'in,: ol the it: -AndS.r.
tuit uof the SULN isthe tnr-, Tine shown by a
'Vell regulated Clock-and not the apparent or
So 'a 7'.i- g'set in tha Jllmhnanacks.

Lectures on Cliymistry.
A LF.t TH0iIiF, Introductory to a course of
S Lectures 'in Chymistr'y, will be deliver.
ed by Dr. Thomas P. Jones, on Tuesday, the
10th of November, at 7 o'clock in the even-
ing, at tlie L.-:c,,re Room, (Dr. Davis's) No.
6soiutht Eil.tih "t reet.
1 he cour.:e uil be continued every suc-
ceeding Tuesday and Friday, at the same
hour and place, until the end of Februlary.-
Tickets at 10 'd..ll s, ai.lmittine a GRC tlemaiI
or L'od) for the course, may be had ot fr.
JIONES, *t the I.ecture Rftnm, or ot Mr.
JAM.E F'.FIBS1 ERi, Duok5.ellc- vi2. -,:I 2.u:,u
Eighth rrett. 3t.. 3J0 .o 9, luN
For Freighit or Chliarte'r,
To any Port in Great Irituin,
Ihine Tire ta-t sailing coppered
Cap, ,in MEAD,
287 tons register-will be ready to take in
in about a week. For tt'-rms apply to the
Capt,ni on boarJ, neai Walnut I ,eet awharl,
or to
Rotbert E. Griffith.
WHI) N11 S Oil SALE,
nliveriehviat *, ,aidrl r .I t'1.,n n Castle,
/m! from f'tiher Ibite arrivals.
Porter and Wine Bottles in crates, &c.
Veiith.in Red, ini casks.
Patent t;ieei \'srnishi, in Stone Bottles.
Newcastle Grindstones.
Crown Glass, in crates, A B C.
Winldon' Glass, in boxes.
Polished Plate, and Moulded Plate Glass.
Ground Plate Glass.
WVine la-sses, Tuimblers, Decanters, Gob.
lets, &c.
Lanp hllick In, burlk and in papers.
EArthen. Ware in crates, excellent quality.
28 cases Sheathing Copper, 16 to 28 oz.
Raised Copper Bottoms, 18 to 22.
Patent Lead Pipe, different bores.
Rolled Sheet Lead, 4 to 10 lb. per square
Drf te.l an 1 White Lead, in casks.
Bar Lead.
Best English Blistered Steel. ,
A lew bales Corki.
Scutch Silectring~, Osnabrigs and Ravens
Duck, in bales.
Seine Tnihe, S'ihinakers Thimbles.
Mihitarn Musketl, Pisrots, Fo'.a liung Pieces.
and Flint',.
BI.ck Ebony Wood, Durham Mustard.
Manna Flake and in sorts, Out is IRoot,
a';. rrbo,-e.
Gumr M11rrh, Gim Copal, BuIgundy Pitch;,
Iomani Annseed.
Means black Silk- H'In, Felt Ha-ts, IP.b.i.l -,
broad Cloths n.l C.saiieir in biles.
N. B. l e Pahulic a.- C(tiniotincd not'to
trust the Crew of the slip Crisis, as no debts'
of their Contractinig .. ll be paid by the Cap-
ta in, Owners, or Consigni c.
oc.t ) .. eotf
For Savannah, Geo.
'flue I',,,_ ke,
H. SHARP, Master;
To sail on Tuesday, 3d inst. For
Freight apply to the Master on boord at
Smith's wharf (Rted Stores) or to
SChaurlt's Perry' & Co.
25 bales Upland Cotton,
15 M. Pine Plank, 2 a 3 inch,
10 casks London 'Brown Stout.
oct 30 d3N

For Boston,
JOHts FOSTrR, Master;
Has three fourths of her cargo on
board, will sill to-n-i.arri',v thn 31st inst. wea-
ther permitting., F'r remainder of freight or
passage, apply on board, the lower side of
Chestnut street wlatl, orto
A. C. J.Barclay,
r.ct '0-d'2t No ?232nnorth Third street.

'L The regular trading
NATHA.TN Fos razT, Master;
i. -" N. W nill s:il with all piu sblt i.f.utu.h.
Ior irgii t or passage, having superior ac-
cinrTin,.laitins, apply otn board at Maris and
Ei 1-,s' uliart, below Chesnut street, or to
A. C. 3 J. Barclay,
No. 232 north Third street.
.M acl J1, an .1 is rIel. iunt laitll' hf.d r.Ils,
'. H. luolie-is i.d Copperas.
iact .j d3t

~ iii

M.AHRIFD,.on Tucsday evening, 27th inst.
by the Rev. I. C1 iltbank, Mr. ROBERT
'ATHF.RWOOD. nfthi city, to Miss ELLEN,
ilughtte, of H,,ue-rt Bjnles, Esq. Rburbsck,
S. Y. *

The Macedonian Frigate,
We ri'terstinm'd, will be rea'Iv to sail agin
on the fourth of nexT month. When it is re-
collected that she required an entire new set
of m's,.asp.r, r, ils and boat-in ddti.r to
which, she required ca,ilkitu. nearly all uver,
in consequence of her being so severely
strained ill thie tremendous hurricane she en-
coriritered. It moit ble admitted, that her
being entirely; refitted in so short a time, is an
instance of despatch, in such undertakings,
rarely equalled by any nation.
The rapidity s r ith which this work has been
executed, may be attributed to the facilities
provided, and the admirable ryslem organized
iuRder the practical expereuce and skill of
the si vr sOARo. .' arm.'.'rrd Ce;,iur.
The Steam-boat, which oiiaied in Ame-
rica, is display ing its power on almost ey cry
coast of the estAern wi.rlnd. We observe bli
the Wef English paper, that they are em-
ployed in the Mediterranean-Oute at Naples,
tvhch is to ply from Naples to Palermo, was
launched. in Junelast-Slie is a beautiful pack-
et or f4,.i tons, and 120 heet in length.-It is
in %ain for the human imagination to define.
the limits or the uses to which this matgifi-
cent invention ;i destined to be applied -It
is perhaps alm,'at as much in its infancy as
sail and square, rigged vessels were seven
centuries ago. r ?.c', c.n.;C C.t. ':,,:r.'.
CO. mi,,,.t, O, u, Oct. 15.
Passed through this town oh Sunday, last,
between fift; mnd sit3) Ti.d;ans, mci, wntn',i
anid cl,,ilren, vth six r i'ftgons Iorn, the rite
nrior O'f ie state of A1' Net Vork, uiotlihcir tuay
to VWhite River.


Ulriver.ivy of Peunsylvania.
TI-HF. Introdluctory Lectures of the Medical
Siol'uessrrs%, ill be given in llthe tollo Ing
ord ,r.
.JIu,,nri, .'Vur. 2d. I
Dr. PHYSICK, at Eleven o'clock, on Sur-
Dr. DORSEY, at Twelve, An.ac.mv.
Tuesday, 3v's. 3.
Dr. JAMES, at Eleven, Midwifery, &c.
Dr.COXE, ti T"wee. 1 .1:;,ter'i .edica.
Ht. Jacd,.iq, 4',..
Dr. CHAPM..N, at Eleven, Practice of
Physick, &c.
Dr. HARE, atTw,l' e, Chemistry.
oct 29 d6t

JV-. 11 S0L j'U 1"I'Oi.rOfrTH S I'?EET,
I \'E ."st Iteceisej, by the last Ships
Irm Lr.ntJ.,n, a rl for tone and %&orsm'ianils.p ever imrripr.- l, con.
sistinrg of very superb Uabinets, of the newest
fasltion, rounil c'ii.ers, u illu .tni'. without draw.
ers, wAth s,'ine exceillct Squ iia. Adil wAr-
rI:,,t-I to staftld iartit.lairlt well ,n tune
They also expect in a few days, by ite wnh y
of New--'iork, in the slip Criterion from Lot.-
don, an a.ld''onal supply! ofver.t Elegn.t Ca-
binets. Ladice and Gcntlemen, are invited to
call and see those they now have ; as they feel
conthilent thI' t nor such lisitrtmetit hive e.er
been Imported into this Country.
oct 1)J d3t

200 (Quarter Ciasks Teneriffe
- ATELY received per Alliance. and .an hand
JA of former Importation, excellent ene-.
riffe Wine, in Pipes, Hhds. and quarter ChsHs.
S. 1uel R. Fisher,
l01th mu '%0-eo4w No. 27 D.Wck str.eet.
BO tkitDING.
A FRW Gentlemen r' in be accummo-.Jred
with genteel B,,,rdJin, on nmrlerate
terms, in a respectable f'arrily, where thee
are no children, and where eaery attention
will be paid to their comfort and convenience.
Apply at No. 117 north Second street, be-

IFTEEN Hlida. Prime Molasses, just re-
ceived per Schr. Malvina, and landing at
Perot's usharf
M. 4 S. N. Lewi.'
oct 30 d5t'
Just Received,
P. ship Eectra, .from Lon,!,m,
1A HANDSOiE asortmtnt of Brussels,
Kidderminster, Ingrain and Venitian
CARPETING, with Hearth Rugs to match.
By other a t ials,
A few elegant French and English Carpets,
of different sizes.
French and English Curtain Fringes.
And a varietyy of other articles in his line.

Port of Philadelphia.
Ship Fame Dunilevy, Liverpool, 56
Salt, Crate., &c.-Joaeph Sims
(Br.) Crisis, Meade, New'Castle, Eng. 46
fial, Crate.s, &c.-R. E. Griffith
Brig utres, Lewis, Cape Henry, 25
Amierica, Rea, Valparaiso, 101
Sugar sad Coffee-Pierce & King
Cocon, Copper, Tallow and Specie--J.
Joseph, Maalove, Porto Rico, 17
S .- Sughars, ?&c.-S. RiuJsel
Brig llibernia, D111, New Orleans, 25
Tobacco and Lead-J. & G. Striawhridge
Schr. Country's Wonder, Copeland, Stl.
Johns, P. R. 14
Sugars, &c.-Wm. Hu .'hes and J. Lea,
un. & Co.
Rampart, Wood, St. Eustatia, 14
Rum, Soagr and Molasses-J; Meany
Schr. Wilhi.im Penn, Foster, B siton, 5"
Merchandize, &c.-A C. and J. Barclay
SMlita, Brown, Newbern, ,. 5
Naval Stores
Sloop Olive Brancd, Lard, Petersburg, 5
Flour, &c.-J. Lea, Jun. i Co.
Ship Jason, West, New Orlesni
Brij OnsIL', Hall, Oporto
British schr Jameis itzpatrick, Salter, Cork
Schr. St. Helena, Ta) lor, St. Barts
AcinT e. Tucker, Portland
Slof,' h)ai.i, Storer, Xe-A York
Connecticut, Stevens. Stonington
Arrived Below, the bri'g Hibernia, rDill,
froin Ne" Orleans ; left the Cit; the l-t. and
Realize the 'd Octber, experienced a heavy
gile on the 17th. in lit. 32. and lost her stern
boat ; the brig R+-se, sailed one and the Mar-
g.tet 5 cdia before. f.r this part : the ship
Sali.:e, flirdinirtfromn Phil.l- lphia, had been
.13 diass at the Bahize, waiting a -wind to pro-
celed rup
I'lie Emni a'.liihld, for A.nt erp, Ti'man-
dra, ior Sutiih .imeecai. 3 SallIs, for Hliana,
and a fleet ol coasters, went to sea from Ree-
dy Island, yesterday.
Arrived, brig Astrea, Lew;i Cape IIrrv ;
sailed -1st Oct. Yes-sels lell, reported bt a
late arrival at Norfolk.
Capt. Dunlevy, ol the ship Fame, spoke
8th Oct schr. Hiram, 14 days frum Nvs.-Y'o, k,
for Madeira, in lat. 3h. long-. 48, all well, re.
quested 'o be reported. .
Capt. Manlove, of the brig Joseph. from S3t.
Johns, P. R. left, 8th Oc: sichr. Huntress,,
Lewis, of and for Piiladelphia, uncertain;
schr. Country's Wonder, Copeland, for Phi-
ladelphia, (.a rive'].) jaid a schr. for Nurfolk'
next day-sroke notiting. The Joseph hin
had a pilot 9 days.
Arrived, brig America, Capt. Rea, from'
Valparaiso. Left, 15th .July. brg Columbus,
Worster, of New-Y.itrk, dt';in.ition uncer-
taia ; ship Packqt, IHill. of Boston, for Can-
ton, in 5 monliths; hrig pj:ial, Pullhnr, of
Baltimore, sold; schr. Mlda., Dickinun, of
Baltimore, for the Unted States, in 6 or 7
The United States Siloop of War Onttrio,
capt. Biddle, sailed mid.lle of June; lr Co-
lumbia River ; the ship 2 Clt.arinei, H. at,
of Prrvidence, sailed 7th J1l), lfor Ito Janei-
ro. There wieri 2 An..ir.can biesT at C...qi.m'n-
bou, one lard arr-a.-,i from Bostln, iarmes
unknown ; tl,i ship Lcsa.,t, sa led for N. Wt'.
Coast, early in May ; in the Amen..a, caune
pi-senger, the Ilonornable Mr. Bland, one of
the Commisgioners who went oaut ir. thi Con-
IrrsPri Fraig.i to Buenos A) res, and thence
bi land tu Chili.

Flour, Tobacco, -c.
FI TE hundred and fifty barrels Richmond
sutperfine Flour, of Mayo's brand, and
20 hhda. Kentucky Tobacco,
.Jnt rectivedar nd.or sate by
Sperry Stansbury.
No. 33 south Wharves.
Richmond Leaf Tobacco,
Do. Cavendish do. superior quality,
Deer Skins in hair,
E rtlienware, Green Copper.ns,
Pint a id Half Pint Tumblers,
Pint and Quart Decanters,
Canton China, consisting of Dinner Sets
of 17'2 pieces,
Plough Plates, S&c.
Oct 30 cu3t

This Day is Published,.
AND Fur sale by ABRAIIAM SMALL,, No.
112, Chesnutt street, two doors below the
P'oit Office,
Pocket Remembrancer,
FOR I31,
An Almanack
Ruled Pages for Memorandums, for every
dy tlihrui-unut the year.
Dut-,s ;in Goodls, lwcres and Merchandise
Tares, Drawback%, IDrtlts and Alloaances,
together with the late Navigation Act.
Oc,-,s ',f the ('uitom, Naial Officers and
Public Appraiser-.
Iltorrna'ion concerning Patents.
The Post Office "sinb.nishnrint.
An otfif.:al Arms List.
Dinisioni, Dep'arlmeit Pay aid Subsist.
ence of the Army.
Navy Register complete, Nasy Ateiens and
Nav VYards, and Hegister ul the Vtsels of
[lthe Nv,.
Marine Corps
Civ;l IDepaitment of the United States,
E.Xecur,%e, Judici.un, Territorial.
District Land othces.
Intercourse with Foreign Nations, Minis.
ters, Consuls, &c. to and from esety nation
i ith a huch ue hite Cornmencial Relations.
The Directors and Cashiers of the United
Stakes' Bank, and all its branches.
('CCrp. r,/! zecr.ured.)
THE" Jl.RIC.i.j
Ladies' Pocket Book,
FOR 1ol9.
Ornariernt ed o itli a b .utiful Frontispiece,
containing an elegant group of Females in the
rnii-t fainiu i.nble Iu cfsen I'the Icar. Also,an
enigraxied t le, mtlli a lady in a faIhionable
walkhii dres,. _
Commoti otes, Eclipses; an Almanack. '
Ruled p:.ges for Memorrranrdums, and iac.
cciiunts hti i ery d't in the yv.ar.
Description of' Plticairn's Island.
Letter of' Bishop Wiatson on the IRecogni-
zation o! Friend, in a fruit ure State.
Es-ays on Female Dress, on Geograph3, on
Alarraa.,e, ni the moi'rality it'f the BIatlledore.
Int, reastiig account of the C'herokee
Sejeced Poetry.
Answers to last vear'& FEnigmas, Charades,
Rebusses, &c. and ., large collection of new
'.res for the pres.-rit ar.
New countryy D.li.ces an. W.dzazs.
Celebrated Songs, Marketing Tables, &c.
oct 30 f,',iI


Jr.ST n rCE r FD ..-n FOR LE BY
S. Porte-r Co.
No. 55, Chesnti Street,
'" .,1 ,feJ'S',-'#'nr.:oit',he Suftleririgaof
Written by i'v-riclf-To which is added,
.IJfilaats aund Ccrt.jrcate..
A Declaration fron, their own Publication.-
oct 3j- It Pt ice 23Cerntas.

Books, Stationai:ry and Fancy
On Saturday evening, at 6 o'clock,
1,TIL. be continued the sale of J. RIley's
T Slock, consisting of upwardiol 200,00Q
volh. of assri ted Books, in rroat ci'a.es of' Li-
terti.re .:rnflcience.
A variety of School Books and Funcy Au
ticles, hulich deservedly merit the public at.
ter. iun.
The I;nr'.ks are all warrarited piet frect.
AmonL the Books aie Hotiman'-. Complete
M.- dical W orks, 9 vols. folio, Henry'i- nibie,
(..arioc''.'Works, Cicero's do. V hiaut' l- .
Homte, Smollet and Bisset, &c. c. .;,le p..
Passmore Sparhawk.
.net 30 t

tweens Arch and tRace streets.
oct 30 en3!. A $1.0 Note,
'"TASFo.and on TuisdA,, eSeninglas,,at the
RtEi ,L ES I' I E. Y'u coriicr of Eighth and A>rch st,ecet.-
On Tuesday evening; the 3d. of November, at The owner may have it by calling at No. 1,
seven o'clock, at the Mer,.hants' Coffee Schnrivers C.': a-uid .ay'g It rI'.r tis Adn''i. -
Hlouse, ill hbe sold, nment; oct .i3-d3t"
Seven adjoining new three
story BrInck Building, -on the south ... Carriage fJOr Sale.
[side of Franktlin street a1 ple asar-. b LaIl;ir handy Carri.ge, in goad rrderr
and improving part :,t tIe Nort,.., or for travel
Liberties, near the Globe? Mill, and other su A STA lE TO LEr, g.
large Factories.-The Houses are well built. ill l TAtie l irs 'l- aa-
.ald oGf to d iat.eriah ea :h f.t''e ii 12 f:e.-t" f. 'i h ,hr th e in rsaI n., thrr N ',trh a-
truont by Ii )cr:t deep, with a c. e ,tor) bi k l e "I .r' r Ip ,:. lu'way, No Che.-
Kitchei,, 9 teeth by '.2 feet, walls good cellars A abovee fEv.,'th- tcLet, ut o
under the w,.,-.' The L.vs aret 7 feet ,n A I1os Jones.
depth to a t.re feet v..le all.y, .t a...', ...-. t ctSO d3t
hiave the nti ilee--c -ar arot all n.cumbi: : ,
and title guud. Teru.s at s.le. 11 .' i H LL .
J. l11w fe. J. V 'W'iLUH nC.l ItSh'T fr,,red a"n elegant sssort'nent of
5 J .1 ,-EItln .',ut' H.WLS url SCA.i- .f,ofthe
ocrt i. d's AL.C1IONE^.,t{. .best quality, arLd tile patterns ot the borders
IIOullS 'to Let. new aidehgnnt. I-or sale at the store of
A FION I' P.It tir for an arliu and three FVt-r t A Illitdersit),
furnished Irn-,os ion one ri..aor, v'ihi or No.11, s'..ml I third .trtet, iest door to
without .lir.ar,. E;,qutire aut No. 25 Pin e the .iechamnirc' BR.iik.
street. IIt. -- itf oct 28 d3c-r

oct 30

John Rea,
Nu. 153 Chesnut street.

rt. at S aiuil)le Real Estate.
.On Tuc(sdayt s eniig, the3d Nor. t o'clock,
at the Merchiants' ('ofee Hout,.
A LOT o( Gr'un,'' it the c'rth east c.iriier
of Tenth r.ndi I ilber, street, C.nti.i i .4
76 feet on Tenth, anl1. -2 on Filbert street .
botinled on 'ihe outh by af) lect wid-- ciirt,
ops'iin Te th stl i e'.. Tl'is It i;q handsonirr.
ly situate' foi q nnm public' buil.ling, or c 'i.-
bir 1I being divided into a niniler 4.1 very
comn eninept lots for rrivare hiiliir...i, ci' hit
wotlldiTnmme.ltell e-.-mmind n .ood rent.
..-Athr.ee story lIick Hoinc, with bIck hiild-
ingps, No. '.L0 tI ialk-t strPep, ec.-jiil .IoI "tr I.-.
low FEghth si r.ci*, the north l ii lic,;nl,-
Mr. PIll,ston P rit's. The Iot is 1.- Ic.. t 6
inches. ,.n i Markl t asree-., :-.tend;.,; 96 le.t
northward tr. j 5 t'elt wide alld-'"i I. dmin 'i t
of Eighth street, aid is one itf tie nmoit el-gi-
ble sit'l.ions for bu-sne-s i:n 'lie t v.e
A three story rTi.k HI.ou ''.viii -xten,i'-e
back Iluilding-, No. 34 north F ,,irh str'-tr ,
opposite Fri.-iwl, Burying Grniund, and ad-
jnivAeg the diweling ,f M. P.Cope. TI
lot is 17 fe-et on Fourth treee, by 1i7. 'i, n
anl li:ii o- ,he rear a tiree story Brirk W1are-
lhoui,e, 1, f,':et h .15. fnort;g on t hat ;-,c.irr-
monia calle. Itack Horne Alley, I.a liingR ut
pf Market street.
S IrAt in Hice street, ju-t above Reventh,
cppoar te the public s3.q'l re, r.-'n'aining in front
2-2 fee', and in .depth about 130 IEce'. hating a
Blue Prrie 'n fionr, sait a tin story brick
Kitchen, at the ditri.ce 4i' 40 fcet from the
A Lot ton the east siJe nf Third street. be
t'wv et tich a.I RItwe, ne irl-. .-,->po ie C herir'
Alley, nccupi-.d by Mt. iAbr. Lower, ,;'.I-
net lraker; topetherv it h ttio two atnr. brick
houses on the re"-. 'The 1,'.' o Th.-rd ic t.
is 18 fi-.t. .E-teni-ir, e-.rwatd 1ii ) itet or
*bereab.nS s, with the prntilege oi an sile}
leading fromin rc-lter Lane.
:A Brick Hoiue ind Lo,, sahiate on the north
aide of Fetter Lane, between MNiulbarty and
Ra'.safras streets, cn.niA in n in breadth onil
sklid Line 13 feet. sanlitn dilh r'.t' f.et. '
.- A Framne Messuage and Lot, souiI.te Oar the
north side of Fetter Line. adliilnnig i he
abnme, c-int'oning hi br.-aith nr, -aid L-ne
IS feet, and in deiptli 60 fem.t.
A ret tain .Messuape and Lot uro Ground and
vaea .it, silutie on tire. wet -side ofl IL-
care Front at ee', in the Northern Libertme,%
.near Coate4 street, noiw in the occupa ion of
Jacob 9. Ba.ker, GC.'n Sir,uth, in breailh .16
feet on Front street, or 'l relaboiuts, and l it
depth 125 tfeEt.
A Conntirv Place contain,;r, ahuti 19 ''' '-,
twon miles from the City. near the seot o. It.
Pratit, Esq.-On it is a han.lsriUe subsia.ntiiia
tone Owellinrig alth o. tt ho1.se, %'. -e n v1-.r
failiniT' stream of 'iter ruit ti .t.g the rire.
rnKes.-It embraces a e.ruelta oi hill, daulc
and prospect. .inI i as cit;rceptbl. of hetng'
beantifieJ as any pl-,ce of it -e:.,' 't. to,. i -
cinity ofPh.Iadelphiia.
Also, 2 shares or tihe New Theatre, and 56
shares of the leiinmirentlr Brdge c Sck.
Ticrins at sale.
J. ffimes TJY. Lippincott,
oc', 3-d .q'( ITO.VEERS.

Fit E ,' l AN's Putlic' SU0's.
No. 215 of Freeman's Iregister.
'Vl;l1 hre .old, at the M erct.ants' .-1l' e Ho..i o.
oni Tueday, the 3d of No'e.i:be', at 7
o'ciuck in the ef enil',
A D'w .lling Housei and i.ot
aon the es a sad_ Tlihbd street, be-
s 1 we 'n Does and Walnut street, con.
If. I-taining .1.1 Third st-reet 14 feet It
inches, and in depth 40 feet 6 inches It al.
joans the new stores erected by th,: late
'."ia-n Poi ntell, and is an excellent stand
for business.
S A two story brick Dwelling
s arn' Lot, saiitute on the south sde
o of' Christi"an street, ben-een Filih
SandSixth street. in the District of
Sotuthwark. The Lot contains r.n Chii rti,
street 20 feet, an.] in depth i01 fe. t 6 in-lies
The building isn of good materials, lately 'rect
ed and well finished. it i subject to a ground
rent of nine shilling' per annnum.
A Lot adjoining the last mentioned, 20 feet
front on Chrisnan street., by 101 tfe-t 6 inches
deep-:,ubiect to a ground rent no nine shli.
lings and ten pence peranuum. ihe proper-
ties witl be sold clear of s11 inciumbrnrices,
excepting the ground rent above mentioned.
T. B. Freeman, .,the'r'.
oct 21 colt
No. 217 of Freeman's Register.
State or' Deiw.tre.
To be sold by auction, at the Merchants Cof-
fee House, in Philadelphia, on the .3d of
November, -it 7 o'clock, in the ei.enirg.
A COMPAC I' Real Estate. containing up-
wards of one hundred and ten acres, of
which about 55 acr, s are under cultivation,
judiciously surrounded by about the rame
quantity of well timbered land, situate in
Pencader Hutndred, on the Turnpike ro:id,
leading front Wilmingtun to l'lkton, aithir
five miles of the latter, and the same distance
from Chriti:.ri lriidge, from whence aslil-
lops pass to antd rnom Philadelphia, as well as
the ialtimore mail, daily, and is only one mile
from the line oi the Projected Canal, which is
to connect t(lie Chesapeake and river Dela.
ware, on which upwards of 10Q,00U dollars
have been already expended.
I Are on the premises one farm
w house, (in which the late proprietor
S resided) and one good cottage, barn
arnd other necessary buildings, gar-
den ai,.d orchard, a never failing spring of ex-
cellent water rises on the ground, and passes
the door in a stream. The present tenants
will have notice to quit thie 25th of March,
1819. For further particulars apply to T1; B.
FREEMAN, who is authorized totreat for
the sale by private contract, previously to the
auction. .
'. B. Freemlan, ,ue 'r.-
oct 28 dts

Five Dola's Rei~r'e'd.
LOST, on Satirday moriinc, thle 30th. inst
a ismali black .Morocco Papr Gase, with
Manifold Cupy tfur Letters, between Islington
Lane and the Ridge road, and REighth street,
near Arch otieet, which contains only Let-
ters and Can he or no use but to the owner,.
Any person having fuund the atme and lear.-
ing it at the oflit.e ot 'lie American Daily Ad.
veriAser, shall receive lire dollars and no
questuns asked.
june 1 dtf


A new 3 story Brick House,
situate in Chesnut ubove Twtlith
street, opposite that elegant mansion
i uolf William Slaughter, Esq
Th.s hotise is built of' the best materials
and w,rkii.anship, equal to any in the city of
Philadelphia ; any person wishing to pur-
chase are i'. ied to cal! and judge for tihem-
selv.s. Eniquire at No. S63 Market street,
below Tenth street. april24 eotf

-Easce n District of Penn'ilvani- i
S-1 I T REMEMBERED. that on dtie
+:2 twenty. second day oIf Octrober', ir
tile trty-thild iear ,it the Independence of
the United Stites of America, A. D. 1818,
..PICE, I ith.e Eaid Dia rir.t, have der.inted in
tr' office the Title ofa Bonk, the right where-
of ihey lchatm as Propr.etors, in the word fol-
uWing, to asl :
A popular Treatise on time Remedies to be
err.;.I.ayeo in Case oat Poti.oning and apparent
L),:tlit; including the mneains o detecting Poi.
sons, and nl duistinguishinie real from apparent
-Death, and of a,:certan;g the A.ldlter lt iii o
Wines.--Hy M. P. O.fi.. Plihiic:an It the
'King, Corn etpunding Mtembe'iol the Inistnute,
P-',t. su*.r of C.her.i.-ttr. at the P.'i,al Athtena.
i-i, P,.,;.-. or r. f M ,jcat JurIni:prudeice, iec.
&c. Au-lit- if General Touucolo.gy, of tI.:
Elements ,I' Cln,.mastry applied to Stelicinm,
cc. I'ranuslatel ltom the French, i'ler tilhe
in.pectuiion o the Author-hy 11it tami Price,
M. -.
In cr.,-f..rrmitv to the .o.t ol'tl 7Congr.:rs 'if
ti.- Unite.l .1 sues, entritled, n .r Acl Ir the
rincouragement ol learning-, bh securi;ni trhe
c.ifies Al r.ips, chali s ... I boo':s, to tii-, 'u-
thors aindl roprir tor- ...I ,,'li copies. ; tduri'lg
the t..ine itherein iilnitll'-.."--And f.lso to
the Act, e-nti'..-., .r. \rit supph. ir- ritrv
to .in Act, e.tic.led ** ir 0 or t e er.c..ir.,. -
Illent or learriuiji, by set-cl ring tlle ilri ot
r.naps, charts, and books, to the authors and
proprietor. ofuclh copies during the times
therein nir,,tionJ-d." ;,nd extending the bene
hrts thereaf to 'lie Arts of d: .igning. en-
gr.,iing, and et-h;ng historical and other
-I initj."
1). Caldwell,
Clerk of the Easrteern D.-,,-icr oJ Pemn .'a,-:.
oct 23 f4w

Is hereby iv'eu to (all Persons

FT HAT, at a Court of Quarter Sessions of
.- t e i t- ''.m ty t Pliuladelph'., hel.1t 1 said
city, the '2. day i Octtober, l-it, a p.--itioin
of the Commissioners if Sai rig Ga-tirdcn, was
pr'lsel er.-i, seli r.g for1 h, that b, an i,. t ..: As-
-.. ibl) of Peuinn lua% iiA iasscd the 2',! Jdit .-I
Mt rnch, 181.3, eiii led Anib rt tmn nm pirate
thtu DisIr.ct n"'f Sprig .r,hr-i''' the .r nmis.
sirintrs t le anthorized In .iprpoiri.- t.ie or
innre snrt'i'eors,who are r.ii.jane'd and requir-
e l. 3 si.:..n .aS r...n, e 'rtlr'' tv \ In : .., 1t slrve)
stdl mrar h the l.,.-es of all the ses ct",r r.- sand
lanes, courts and alleys, now opened or in.
tiu sld to be ripened tir public use. tIi.J to
nmike tmi iii a', or ilrngitlias theeoi, .'e of'
thichl v.at, to be returniel to the Coniniim.-on-
srs, and the other to the Clerk of the said
I .lurt, an tu -r it .d Ciantail-si icslterS te le-
quired to give at least thirty o' notice iii o.t
l.i..sti tiot t f i public neu papers published
it. ime le'.'i of Phil idelplihi, i.nl b% hl.'dbili:
pi -ied up in at last leu, of the most ubl;i-
places in the sauidl I)itrict, that on a cecrt-ui
d 'v to ['be appr,.nte.d h, ;hi ( uitl, tl. said
I lrt' I ll -ia. h e .t i] l. 1', it ii'i. i b.-
tmale thereto, i ainy irtelI, ler of thel said
lIu-ir:' ; 'i,.d1 i I te s' l draiurlti us i
pins .:lie ,lcp..i >ld, IIid I Sjit As-d dtSi l.,r .
.i lhast the s ld Co.urt s.holl ..i the ttnie t.p-
printed, -.,ijudd:e and .ltteriiine whl.-Ilr any
n- situl s ite'u-n .Ahi ,ll [- itt-lue Itsrei.,
a.lI ,sl..-t .li ect -hoe si.i plhaii r dratighl, with
ucli al ,t'Lrit rhi l shall bhe raide, Io be re-
t l Jden i ti l re.tll I- r r iord i.; 'il d, :Lds i'i
lie CtI 5 ri outiiitn t c- Pi,.t -delpl. ., slit
thlei.cfitlthu all thie 'str.ets,r.cts, lanes, courts
a1td alie ., sl..ll be t. reter J.-w rned, ...llud.i-
cl, and taken public liilhw ts, anti the sut
vey and regulation, s... returui'ed and recorded,
shall be ,i.d ren.ain u ,Itti:r -ble..
And lIy aino-n h a i -F4 As., -nbly of Penn-
sylvania, pasrecid he eijl,th tay of Marcli.
1915, enririlel t S ll'i-lemeni.s toile -', en-
ti.le.1 Ai .Ac: to ri t. .rit i e hl itrs.t of
Spring Garden, u. dl I,t i il.-r [" tr irr'p.," .it
is provided, that the Laid ut' us ,r c- ,tuit s- .
ors may from time to .1Zc, in l-',r th.- s ill
see fit, execute and peirtm ni tle -Siil duty il
such part and in such extent as to him or them
-ii ti set- i) conic iiie it in.t nt.is-_ary, and tlie
lhdiighti .,it plt .2 of an\ ,u._-', part orparts
being" from tml.e to time ma'lc, returned, and
i1 all ri't; ect pr cec l.:ld tip in ii'the manner
,l'uresati, shall "uti r,-ipect t.i the part or
pa.rt. 6he'ei cominprehended. have the same
Inrce andl eH'ecti as t on. geru.ratl dlIghit Li
pla.n had been m-oae, returned.., and pr'ceei-
ed on.
AiiJ Aheitreas, Robe- i Bro.ice. Esqinre, the
s,tr e ',r.l tllu si.mi Di-:t'ict ol'Sp in15 ';.ir.Jin,
diil coumntniis,iseil ad a'.p.ott 'd. I'lth -ir-
a e, rd and r'uguh ticJ .a pilot or portiiu rf the
si;d DI-ti ic, '.hlmch i. 'erme..I ite tt fvil.
hun theru u' andl h-sth.jrajide t' > 1'irtilts or
plans thereol, one of wrhitch a a, returned iliuo
'i- ',.,c.-- uof thie lerkroftlf s'id' s i'irtthe
setenthI .1 \ of Setre nihle ih't. rui ii, it to
llSt said .\cts ol Assemnib'i. and 'lie iothr was
returned to-the, said commissioners, whohave
ihr..d upon the pi.blic hitos. ,., t.er,. .u. the
Ligii of the Butcher's .\rnis, silt'itedl in Vine
stre-etl ne-r r E .i'-th str't, i1n -avd Litruct to
keep the a1.me.
And now" Ocletober the twenty -sec -n.1, 1818,
the said CoualtI,on the said Ivetit ion being read
and on mo:iio l f I'. A. Br'j-.t:I, Solictor to
the said Comrrniaioners, and it. piriiS nce of
the dircLtions f1 thle aild acts of Assembly,
ldid ornl r. dii ect and.'ppoiont \\dcliu i-i the
25th da\ ol Not,-niber, 181', to hear any ob-
j. actions lthi imay be made iU the said survey
and re-ulti.uon-0 .r thLul pl, n r.r ,.|i L.ughlit i,'l e-
ol by aun t'leceh'.I'r ola -:id itdJtr.tit, o \ L.:i
aid 2?5th day of Noteusib: r, 1iSt18, the said
'uurt, ats er .-hr li]e rnri', will proc...'d to
ljtudge- .ih.J stitelrntu,_ a reitiier Iany -lteira-
tions shall be made therein, and tm;w talie or-
t.errthe 'amtr t, be rec:.urdled in ,lie office fur
re'-n'rdrbg '.fde ,:l for Ibth citt aitde .uint of.
Pliilu,'lctlphi.a thenicetfoaith tu rteirain uiilhtera.-
b le : -. -
'Published 'by arler ,if th Iloaril of Cor-r.
itus -oner of thei Distri.'t of rsprirog Gc.Ir.li.
David Moelpper, P',esdcnIl.
.m'urt-JACO-. Fl-IGl, Cit .

Cast i'on Pipes ot' ('ondllit.
SEALI.DPropos'ls will be tici;tift, tlhi-h
k are no't be- openue. untl the ti-t ..fi Nio.
vember next, for saptphiig i' ris i n-I.s ii'
Spigot auid Faucit Iron Pipes of thie hfllolitng
dim'- isionis-
-4.u t r. isol o0 inch di itmeter, clear ',penint'.
1000 dio. 8i du. do.
1000 ,io. 6 do.
1666 di.. -1 du.
1000 d.' S do. "
'lthe l',posual are to state the price per
sard ; tlie PR 5 :te ]ii[i FI e c.ils in :1 .-;'ui
lengths, uni tu ue capable ,t bearing apr r-
sure of 300 feet least. It is Ito be undmerstoi-d

that theY are to be tipected aind proteud '.\
the Agentol the%% atenrignComniitee, .t.rj e
to be deliveied at the expence l tlie contr.,c.
tor, 11 ns riTcm coivute ti t1i lunling ii 11tlI I<.-
la mtare, within tlie b.,inudsA oa lth,- cut, noi
less than J5J tons lu be detvered at une timerr,
for which thh, c ish 'sil Le p .,:.
Pipr-s smnilar ti those required c ii he seici
byhapplicuiouni o FltErlt.KHIKI G1! \1 blu-
perintendait aot the \ .,-r V orl.s, No. 2-'
norli Sixth Sl-.t', to ilUtm the p|roposital
are to bi addressed.
juine 29 ,dlN

I rAVE removed their Establi-hment from
No. S5 Maarket-street, to No. 14 Nori.
Secund-street, seven doors -anom tila corner
ot i-.rket-sreatl-ahere they' c ttinue t,.
offer for sale, I large and general asaortmeno
t' Drig",-r l-'ldici'ie, PaiituI, Pa lent -iedici',/ -i,
G/as .-. lDye Stif;-, and every other arties-
in the Drug bumsines-, wholesale or retail, on
tbl most adiantageouu- terms to purcha.iers.
us.-t Ii dtf
,,-i A Person who for a
nurmiber of years has been established as a ge-
neral 'lerch'lr.t in Br-zil, wishes o ert, ga.e
himn'el'f is Brok-keeper or Clerk ,it a Mer.
cliants' Cournting iHouse, he underi.-ands se-
trilt 1. .nguages, can be of!' great uli'.y to anyr
one iiquti riig is serticei, arn.- every suitable
and requ;stIe satisfaction giaen.
lie i, at prestcnt ,,-, ..:,e.b lti tel reltin;ng
:o his F,,esit ,i'rt rn' in cuite s.er: e u' p'll.
ural mo iv,-:. A I .ue a.,iLresed on \'. Z. andl
left at the Office of the An.,er-a.J D'iii) Ad.
ert;.i .r t ** be fpiunctuaall a tehidj:..i to.
-ieit 26 'eo
ulildillg Lt ots.
FOR SALE, uA rtl, I,- -t -.a (.round I!ntw.
Shanid:nmr ulda.ng Lo-. ast tlhe V'i.iaril.
Aliso,, lot. ,it tlert t.i eachi. rlt P. i,..-
It ..i11. ii urt'' i pi,-' u .1i i, L ie, t tJIe \ 1 h-
ar,. sn a ti render ilr:- commuiiicatlon with
thu : .it),easy ,t all seftin. App:.- to
T' lottas. W. M,,or,;i,
S Coi'ler of'Arch andNinth streets.
rcrt 1 euln.
A Hf)ie and 'Tan 'Yard.
S s A substantial modern builtS,3
ri s'orn" Brick ilou.e, Piaz aind Kitcl-.
^ .:h en. .tuare. ott M ,i- et ureet c..iui,.
ratS-tnued on the vi-st side ot bcil Ikill.
-'i I:- Lot us tweni" fe-et front on Market
street, by tiwo lhu.ired sd n.I ent\ Ir at J.-ep,
to a filt.} feet wide street, frountiug un i, hinll
is erected a guod fame t abl.he aid chair
lo't-e nei the k :l.e-n l.-i..r is v.:ll o etx-
cellen ,i aler, ini u. clith theiIre Is |iaiip. Tiie
propiecry I su.iject to a grunda refit offifty
dollars per jtiijin
A.Tan Yardi in complete order, -nniaining
seventy-seven Vat, every knd .clu.lu..l.-
The Lot ; ,.0 feet front on Chesnut street"
continued -by onie hundred and ninety-nine
feet notlihr- .,ri, 1o i 'fv f: I'et idle s.Ireet, ,.n
whi.,. itI. t l ha Ie se riie ftoni. Th,- t rk I.-.s-
es, drying lofts. ihandliing and beam houses,
are all spieiuns aid citcnncenient. Two good
well', u-jitdily si4tnc. in lthe ird, with
pumit iii each ; 'lao, a haitk .m;Il In short,
it is an esl.ibhhment a ell merging iLt. nt-.
trer.r.t mi of per-.r.n 1le. nrutn- .jI ei gf, in til
I'thi. e;S. I lilu s l suI.IjL .'-t lo a ground rent
of It\ -Ibour ,iullirs pi. r annum.
', .ru"tti.? ns.-. ply th .I01 i .'OI) 1r.. No. 147
\rth Ic:t,i or t. lie Sub.,:ibs .i t.i the pre-r

oct 26.

BenjaminI Cox.
S ( dtf

Scl0il Ikilli iBank in the city of'
ir ti ., n .', Itl9.
A N Elccil.-,n fir thiricen iI Irc *t to ,- ie
the r.iin' iing year, uall b I.,Idi at tlle
Iankring lin,,;e, aon M.nda.I- te 16thl Not. itn,
ber i-\t, bIteen llithe hiiurs l'I' IIJ a. I t1
os. Wilstin, Cads4ir,.
oct 21 d cl"N
.1AVING claim igainstIt LEO \ltR) and
JOHN NLi '., of G.i ,nartu,own, aie re-
quested to present the same, a nd sign the re-
lease at No, 107 Chesnut street, I'l.. adell, ..
and all those indebted to them are. requested
to pay the same to the Assignees only, as no
other person is authorized to receive money
ion their ace-tunt.
S7m111pl .Johnson.

S mi. 6th. 1818.

Israel Ho el i,
A satGcte esq.

iThe Sull).erlber
R ''.P C It- ULL Y itfnit'. iil, In. r;ends anjii
Lil the I,.II'lic, tli t hit i a, iI. rei:cit.dj
from.London, a quantity of the most fashion.
Ible C'..ts ai, P.air.loni, of avery superior
i,-.h 'it which le otf, i f,-.r sale at t o.-thia ds
of the tu.,iii prices.
He has also engaged one of the best Cut-
ter- hoi'm L'ru-n.lrii, an Ul it, t .Ju ,.' -f ic of
the lI,'a ntiork.-nte ~liichti all unable him ito
supply GientlcmIn u nth i t eri Article inl
'Clhiting, mi I-I hl.,,m the best LOi.don Cloths
aiid Cassimeres, :hid in t11: must I .i-hiiinh bil
manner, at very redul:od. pri'.ies. Puntsdlions
from 3 to 10 dollars C. '., f onr, 1? t., ?. lo
He has also on hand. aJt eierinie st,.i.k it
lii ilt r.iiner s, limbazets, Flannels, Furniture
1'rnrts, Lundor.n Printed Callicoes and MSli.
lins, Plaidl.in.-i Clihun, e l ill. H ,:ie'r, L-i.'e,
tiliJn.t ,, anld a vtari 'i u O1' ftil r (.utods suita.
tile u. lie ',: .. i,. a ti s!l '.orl the attenltin of
C. .niit SlIj.-k., 'I-,sc w t ishl II- oliler, at
prime cost, being about to quit that part of
his b'l, itq e -.
... 1Tliumas,
No. 2044, south Second, second house
below Pine street.
oct 10 d
]iibriilit:tio11 Wanted.
.P't.HOSE r ,ci.,lerren ', ho .so kindly assisted
I A a Geioulenimu, nieeting with an accident,
by his 'bhi.. Iilig an d breaking the shafts
of his G'g, on' Siuntuy evening, the 18th of this
noutlh, in S',xth street eitar Green street, will
cooler a pariciil. tifavir rn him by leaving
their nrrIMis mid ui-re they mau be seen at-
the WJihie ol dlie American Ujily Advertiser.
,, ..ct 29 eo3t
In',it.i ,,l ",its tri. nis aand the public, that
I. e lis t -keii he stawuil lately occupied by
James Queen, deceased, No. 51 south Third
.street, eC t-sle, a few doors below Chesnut
.tre-t, aiheie all .'nd-is in his liur, shall be
piinctiualli alttend'-d to, a-.1 executed with
,i-ijiness, s.i I ii tile ii's.t liiL lunabl- man.
net, and hopes by his attention to business,
to merit a-cnionuance of the custom ol the
former friends ofthe shop. .
N.TP Luli.:- Rili.g lire:ses and Pelisses,
madlein the most I.Ai-lonaibt:!c stile.
s-i rt2.: tuf8w
.. .. TO LET r .
a- Utpn reasonable terms, for
o e a .'r ni,,or y i, .1s ;e a -nd comi-
In in...., Slur- I, tn 1it. E t sicet,
.L .b.e fir ith t holr ...l Grncer)
ir i ;~.:..l tlin -A %, Ill 1 i : h ; -%.. i
Io.,:r,. II .t, .led, its Ilui _st tra 't rd t I..t l -,
Si, re, nt- al. i be I.a.1 it im iSt Cious, ,il.''
bUi l. t ;i tL n eiil n % I.-. ,, l l L .t til:
31tii., i the Aniu r;c..n Da.l.y .'. iLtiiSr,.
oc k .'. ,.',3 '

'The following ,l.eoi -1 to.
,9 A three story Buck flouse
jTsand StrOre, Nn. 900 north Titlt.r
""* rteet, bet ween Nob;. ., r.. I am.
'tijBAmanr S're:ct i the lot cont-in in
r'rnr on ot he 'ut s;de if il inr *,'rfet, 18 feeL
6 'inicie an.I e-te... :-i w:,id 1.'O f':-cl.
.k t.i t.-.: I ,ch H iuse. ', tl tvo itru.ailt
I renetmen's back, lying ua th east s-idet uf
K .iti l -t.-et, ri et 'cen N h..bl.: i.d ti. "l'm -
I triers t' l holt o 'otaSil,' in fTontl OI t
lninkel s e-'ee 1:1 I'el 6 i-,ches, s dr, ex: rids
.. st.ar I 78 ee', ., the back -.ait of the l.1
fi-i ,T "bo'e in-;. ". l
Two twi s.nry Brick Houses lying on the
East -id- ,.fa .rrall street, iunrnic from
V ii' us' t.' N bh 'rleet bi-ti- et. tie 5ti .tndA
Sixth streets Irom Delavivre river, called
i gt'-3lia street., ht '-t ro.nuins in lront 30
ir--r and ;n depit r-44 icet 11 it.-tics
Tw ,,ii .i' ,iguo'.usa Lois of Gronund, ituate on
the weii5 sid, ol Bushilill street, in Penn town-
3lip, cui'. oin ng i lrunt l :. ltusihh;bll street,
.5 lelt, ar... ir, len ili r-r depth S5 6feet.--
Fnr patuiculars and terms, eniqiire of
SP. E. ,",11 ,
No. 183 CliesnuL street.
u,,- s 9 29.'"

Ti, Paper MNInkers, iFuctorers
mid 1(othiers.
The Subsciiher offers at D i-
Sa-- vate sale, a la-'ge Stune and Brick
Dwelling H.rtise sd Paper Mill, and
(I 2R.ob oit s. !,t cresofg..d lan.1, hand-
sltmely' tiated n, the township of Haverfordl
and coourty of Delaware, on ihat :,:.Ill--nit
stream of waterr, c Minni.ly kn,>in b\ tih
name of Cobb's creek, se- en miles firm Phi-
ladelphia, and on 'he IH .ver..'dl and R.idrir
ra-ads, ar,,t \aittit, a quarter of a mile of trie
Friends' Meeting lloi.se, and one mile from
hi.: L.ancrasteu' urnike road. A further des-
cription i1 dc:nt.d unrn.,retsuuy as thoie in-
clined to purchase will view the prnp rnt for
themael eS. For term,-apply to the Subscri-
ber living- on i he pCleti-es.
Edw. I1. Humnphreys.
N. B. If the abr.ve pi,.petu should not be
sold previous to tel I. th daiy 'f Decmbc,=
n-x', it will on th'it driy be exposed al pibIc
sale, at the public h-iise of [DAVID LYONS,
f thle v c iity of the iai|T .
Edw. D. lunplreys.
oct 17 co' t,
,.he -iff1 *dle.
.v,-. (.f. ,,,-. P/hi. '/,,,o, Oc.:. 21,1818
By Virtue ot a Wit ot i'ierln acias, to me
WVill be Sold, at Public Vendue,
1On ,Ml,,id:'v,
The 2d November, at seven o'clock inthe
Evening,. at ithe ler.:l ',is' (.'ir, House,
A LLtlier gihtl. ,il,...id i.-terestofThomas
S. Ridgway (being Ihis estate for life) in
all that .ru:.s. i t piece ]ifg,,rintl-ituate
on the .,IIth ,,.l id Vi sitest icEtb ui-uen De-
lawvare Filth ,nd Siihi st tre'ts, ini thi, city of
rP I.'l-d.'lip-i, -t...ntaui,,- g ii brt a If. 11 iat ar-i
',0 It >.i. fi -t.-ulir icC-, '-id,, in eir igh *r d:.rpi iI
e'l.-iindiig southward three huindreld and l
.t to .a A .- nrt I' et 'Ile .alle,, -'is.nitI mie
c iti.J 0I 3 It' a'e;ley--ln uiVtit:.i e-,t't.id L.
t t' lot l,rreiieilttr describctl, so.,tlt, .-,'d b)
'Inh al tv.ents fee' wide put'lic alv.y, we-,t-
v .-'.l b u.ronuii I i t t t.eonaird Ja:.b)tadii
nout 'I artl by Vine street aforesaid.
Also, one other Lot oi Piece of Groind-
situate on the smiouth -le of' hIse sJul Vine
street, ao1l ..iljoi.ng 11 c on abovee lescr b d
to 'ue i tea-taI -cmii gaining inbreadth east
. CA. i it sic'rty i L'tse.',a l in Iu..h .xitnilint g
-..itl'ia rI 'lit] r l' iiil' d .n d ai' t't =l t h utt..
said Shively's a'k l --aou.tlile eastward by a
lot marked i a pain, of the city lots soll by
tit. ,OITiTi,- I i'; lli N iu. l.,., j..,'a,..il d by I -
saidl twenty fe t %id.. alloy, ics'e w-irl by
iII, .abos ddescor-b.:d I.-i, and northwardly by
Vine street ,ifr s.,;,l (he said first herein,
,Ibuite diu .cribe-. lut n irpiece of ground, being.
the ,aine lu ch by virtue of a wit of part -
tir, il, out o thle court of Common Pieas
of the county of Philadelphia, at the suit of
Abi.alomn J.-y anid i.rvy .In. and the return
ilues Ito .'t the i.cridfl.a,,nd 'an inquest of the-
county of Piti'-le'plha, d.ted the tieunt ',-
first day of February, Anno liomini 1799, con-
firmed thii t d c.uint, a'1 rcimt iing
among the records ...t fite ,ane coirr. i-t
[inter alia] assi-ned and delivered to Ihe said
.\b-.il.-in .cis, tij his heirs .id assigns nr. te-
Ss. t Vl t''.> ''ever.
And the said last above described lot or
ir.;ce of ground being the same which by vir.
ture ot ie aloresid sI t of p..itition, id tlhe
said return thireto, .ajs [:nter alia] assign-
ed and delivered unto the said Mary Joy,
amil her he-irs and assiiins, I. : ,eertA'lh i fr-
ever, and the said Mary Joy hath siiice uie -
marrte-l with the said Thomas S. Ridag.la
an-i lit suid Absal-.n. Joy lahi.h uince decea.
ec, int -itate, linuarrned and wilthouit issur,
w ereupin the whole ol Ihe said hrst above
desc. i.ed It or piece If grotuin, with the apa
petrtcenirnce., descende:d and detested Ile
th.- said Mary Rilgway [late Jo) J Ilia only a s
tei aind heir at lta, accr'diing to tine I A's lat
the site, atlre aid, ptoviiled., spIcting n-
testate estates.
And also, the two trres :,tory Brick Mes-
sUages fronting on \ iie -sreet Jslis s d. .ill
sixt-een three story brick Messuages on the
said lots runniniii back to the said Shively's
Seiz.d and takeni in execution as the pro-
perty of rhomas 8. Ilidgway, and to be sbid
SThomas Truxtuni, Sheriff.
oct 23 S3t

Green lii Estat .
TIO be rentedl for a term of years, GREEN
IitLL Estate, as present in the possession
ul Ihichard lPetersi, Iun. The Iarrn contains
'eight) ix acres of land, in a good state of
coultm atnon, aid -., ill be lIad do n min grass the
ensuing season. It desired it would be divid.
ed into lots and the M.usisiun House rented
separate from the Farm. Inimediate posses.-
sion may be had. For terms apply to
Stephen Duncan,
Soutli East corner of Fourth and
Walnut streets-or to
James y b. Perot,
octs.d Water street.

Trake NOtiCe,
T H AT I have applied to the Philadelphia
Bank, far a renewal ofa Certificate, is-
sued by hat-i B.nk, dated Feb. 27th. 1817,
No. 2623, for fourteen shares, which Certifi-
cate has been lost or mislaid.
Esther Speakman.
oct 16 f l3t

Lost or Mislaid,
SW. ZACHARIA's draft on Vanuxem &
SClark, for one thousand and thirt)i-ftve
dollars,dated 8th mo. 19, 181i, at tfiri months;
pi)} ment being stopped it can be ol no use but
to the Subscribers. -
Win. J 10uo. Folwell Co.
10th mo 20 f2m

SfAVE: imported by the late arrivals from
iBremen .and Amiterd.m, and unler for
While PIlitillas,
t.'.: ttl '-n..3, + :
LIiJ ., .
White mi'lenish SIhetinir
,.! .: ,',.,., ;r.,,, .:.'**.:, '."' l ,;' --
\'oeesp A.nker Ginol a i h. ;. ack and
the best qtilht3it, blue Cloth and Cai.-
Old C.,lageir, Gin, i M,rr r cO supet.orV
black Letd Ut;rdicbles, qua'ity,
Fnglil.h Sheathing Iiemay Iand light IIol-
Copper, Madder, ; land Dck,
Iron Che ts, Ticklenburgs9,
German Sc)thes, I lessiins,
W\ffll. Irons, OsnIbrigs,
Coffee Mills, C.binet Wre, con-
.Pistol Locks,: sisting of elegant
fDucli Q'iills, Secretarie r,.-Breaus
Fmpt.) frn C-ases, and Mangler, _
Ilemrjohns, 1 Nucnmbcig lT'is,
Halfppirt, pint & quart KKniiting hBeils,
Tumbllc., Junr;per Hertiea,
D. do. In. ecantters, Harlem Oil,
Double flint Tumbleii s Oil of Juniper,
Cut aridenigrAited De- C.ar-,ay S,':d,
c-',u'ers, and Turn. Cori.ander Seed,!
blers, assorted in Valerian Root,
bozes, Radix Colurmbo,
Looki.,gC Glass PIatsc, Jata and St. Domingo
Toilet & Pocket Look- Coffee. ,
rg lasceu. t sept 23 wrmtf
T HF7 ie.ditors ...I' EORGF. SMITH, de.
ct-%aed, aie i.:iueste d tu c .I on the
Adminiuatso ur, on the d.l.i, of icxt month,
for thi,:ir irespective I)'idenl, The time 'i-
lowed by La' for Creldit,.r. to proluce their
accounts, will expire on thIe lat lday oflthii

John James, A.dm'i'.
10th mo 21 d2N
A LL per lis iii eLted tu the F.- tte of the
lat,- I'HOM\AS M. HALL, Mlerchant. ot
the ci'ty o0 Phil. l I:i'phir.. ire ,:,lUestid i to
make sr-:3l t nt., u'.id tlu e hai, u lt it l s
'-,ainst the said estate, are deaird 11 presi:int
tl|e;r >:cout.i't at No. 186 Market -t'reet, .,sIl
td thtcrtir' it.clt.
larmv Annia I- H ll, ldmn ',r.
r,.dr n dit

SL.L per-c.ns i..leoted to ttue Lstate of
.A t;ElOIGE M.L1.EIS, late otshe oG;tiCt
ofSpring C.arden, Inn.keeler, deceased, are
Ieq' eC l.-d t,. makt p.ayinent, an.l iltose Itai.
ing dcmiriands against the ,,d c-iialae, rill be
pleased toehibit the sane for settlement,
Hanntl Seyah M ers,
WI-r1. 1rlner, or0
J. W Vanipole,
sept 29-'llm EXEICUTOItS.
A LLpersons indebted totlie F.-tate c. JA-
CiiB Nit'E, late of the County of I'lli..
delphi.i, deceased, are rc.luetedI to man-ile m.
mediate pyinoen, tt AQUILA A LIOOWNE,
Attorney at law, Ni. 37? sutlI Sil it ,',_
and thoie li.iving ciiiri, are r,-.qestal 0 to
present their accounts,duly authenticated, to
him lor settle.n o'

oct 8

M1arj Nice, J*dh',.

GENERAL meeting of the Stockholders
-. in the PI'elnslviva;ia and New Jerse)
Steam Boat Joupatn, aill be IdclJ on Mon.
da) the second day of Noiember next at 10
-,'clnck, A. 1.at dtic Nt Market Ilail, .,rt.h
anod oi the Ntwa M.rker t wthe Ci.tu .t I hli-
delphia, in order to elect twelve trustees-.
The election close, at three o'clock P. At.
T. Mitchell, Seer i.
octl9 d
.iphitSant Country ltridenee,
j Containing .about 14 acres of
I escellernt Land, under cultivation,
R about 7 mile from the city-there
is a large Orchard and Garden, well
st,'"cker d iptl the best Fruits, &c. a convenient
DUelling, Barn, Stabling, Coach House, Gra-
Iits,I Milk HOiuse, a Fish Pond, kc.-wath
ever) other cortenrency for a genLeel fanti-
The Farming utensils, with the prce, mtay
be hAd -tmmetiatchiV. For further particulars
enquire at No.,82 ine street, or at the north
west corner of Tammany and Third-street.
jiul) 20 ,tr

A PARLOUR ind t or Cliam'ober, either with
aor will.oit Furniture.
A gentlemnai ai;d family can be accommo-.
dated t wah L,.,ird-or two, single centlemrr. in
a plaid t lt hesit'.y sitiitulIn, tt)." there are
-neither Childien nor Boarders. Apply at No,
1.69south Eticentih siieet.
sept..I [ i
i SI -I the Subscriber ,n Ilh..hlu-nbure, on
'the night of the 9th inst. a bound Negro
Boynameil 'OU131AS t. i1 Elc, .,b ,U'r ,,ineteen-
years old, ,.pjosedt hae ti-et ,is ;r..- es e high,
he is n.)it a la! k black, has aer I trge lips, a.
down look when accused, addicted t.i Iinm<,
had.a cut bI a :kiif -..n the iuppi.r joit t i
thumb niit yet Clit acii, h,.rl o., as is sulp'
posed, dark colored roundabout corduroy pan-
taloons of the same ; took with him, black.
cloth coat with covered buttons, striped do-
mestic blue roundabout and pantaloons, two
or three .,I 'i e ws ii'Ltot -, beside others tiot
remembered, three nu sJn hii t, i,-rkl-.1 T
C. at ih blue cotton, A casior h:at, the riom of
wl,;h a.i-i lately cut less, a brown c..oin,
great coat,.nearlv new, lined in the uii .. il,
green hbai2r uitt large c up, in, collar linedl
with v-lt e', hi s to .ib...- t 'a io ( t dri'.. .
carriaget, ,'tl'a I.es i '. ;n, r ;'...- i 'st I 'r dJ
of his feet b) ...hicl u L.c ; 'Loots rs .. .I .es are
,urn on thi,- iiht -.I 1 left side ; a reward of
:I, Iu .ru ,' ill be t' L en t'1 r making .him up,
-'rntl [c.,sor,',t)le haarge:.
1}. Peterson.

oct 12


.3 pair of Bay Horses.
A de'iiable pair of Fa-
-I.,%, y I I l .iL S. Enquire at
'I!- '1;1 tutel %% .cd'o Livery Sta-
? blne, ii'irl i Itiird street.
Atuo, a hIlii Carinwte, uiearly.new. En-
quit.- uf Ceorge Bnttniursi, North Fifth
oct 3 ditf
A Horse \VWijted.
"IrANTED to purchase, a young horse,
sV tUitable eioltier for the Saddle or Har-
hess. Any person having one to dispose of
will please to leave tlie, address at the bar
of t-he shake.pe.are lit el, n,0 t dur tua the
cu'rncr of Sisth, i Clihe .',- s-i .-.:t.
oct 23. ot'

On rthe IMaleable Zinc, in Sheeti-a
Discovry lately mrnade.
It ; .Cl'I,,.'.-: Il -S I t'- y', Ia'I I .'. 1i.
SUNRiht veIsehs sh-al lied with Z., c line
S prift'.rmcd ae'ersl v-T'ago.s fc',ri New
Yoirk to the V W.t Indies, ai. else-: a.-re. *'nd
tlie Zinc un thier b.lottom is now as sound as
,,n the lay lie' were hirst lie-e.tried u tlt it.
1:isi a.:cti nr .L jia'cy ?.inc, sea ceds nor
b l'r-.cles Ilo not alttch to it.
Zinc mni y b, applied to Chearthi Iron f.sen-
vi .Vsh.' where ,..-per c,nnt bc usLed.
A it ,.,:art .to it as Icnrg Cpper. Zirnc
-nail ar-' male and use I in Zinc 'ihe'ttihng.
0 it; 'i.'ic '- "; .- ,' Cvl "! '- flsti u '.
S'e:al II .us l hate i'Ltr .-,tar'el v illi
Znuc ir, N,.w.York. two .eaiqs slice. anl the
Znc ir non, p-.rl-cilys s.iii u.--.\ wing i-f the
( .1 e-- a-it the large t'anti an., atr. nsow
c-.v-ring. Zinc s.lai.d all kiniks of we.uhcer.
Zinc roofs- rn-quiie i ut I I'atgi frame, ashich
mins be made neathl flat.
Z.inc i als used in lining cisterns, bathing.
tub, making ic.isLCe ontters. .-u tv r leaders.'
-,il pipLasfnder ground., v"ai.-i ti pot', mea.
sar.-es for I quors anil s ildcrs, a; well ai any
othrr metal
1' is ;Milheabl.' a tnl'pper ar.dTin nndmrav
be fI'ld-.l f1at be ctu... it a hitt'e to prevent
any crack. Old Zinc will fetch 12' cents
Zinc in sheet-and Zinc Nails are offered fi.r
sale, ad furtherr information mray be obtained
b% aplphcation to

oct '23

A. Gardc re,
NTo. 3 north Fourth s-treet.

To the Admirersof the imnc Artis.
A FE'W choice irmpressioni of Say's ele-
t g..asnt Me.'-,i.ti l.no t.n r s'a l POi trait rtifr>o
Green's celebi i'ld Pti-ture of
i'- ..t.. ,'L'i f ;'.;.u' iad,'. u .
This Engr.viwti, itch i-S an Iuncr-,nnoulu fine
specimen ol' the Art, exhibits an undoubted
icuru- liskene_; oh the.' ,ran, s.hse .gent,.s la-
lai.sd i., to 1it sie :t iii .; l e ot lih proles.
sion. and whiuse amtl._-' public. and private
character renders him art hit.our tu lit icoun-

The Sul,-.tber h. Ial so t.i i a richt Ia-
ticit or P.stebtaird l'an.y AriuI.lc-, co 'ist't'g
.:.f Screens, f(. d It.-'k Seca. Cn -, -. g'ly
hill.-h ii M .alN i ig ,r ts,i' a -lipsi' coli .tion sil
Water 'olotur Drawin--.s Medaillion ar..luthier
Pint., LiEborsb ed Gchl.1 Hlor.l-t-, &c. cc.
J. WVrrin,
No. 1 1i Spruce, tlird doior east of Pilfth
oct.19 mwf4w"
.L'Ib.,, E .*LPSH{,SE--,~ f

And '.,r eighteen months pat
MII IL.F.N R for 3.fadlame M rntant,
[AS tlie honour to inform the ladies uof Phi-
It liltellpha, tlat encoura'getl b) her friend ,
-he has r.ir, enced t.oairnes on her own iac-
cant, ',t r,. 49 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
a iw ,.-,rs aluiove VS'alt-it stitet, white shie
tll be pioud to tercive thcir crnmmandu,
hoping by tier knowledge o the tiade, to
v-.hch she has been tegull.ly and c'trefuily
hi'ed, the strictest utenti0r to thuir t 'stes
and modlerate charges, to ginte satiblsfaction to
those atho may honor her with thvir patra.
na .!e. Md. Alphonse begs leae tn re-fer the
ladies r,o the evdences she hiass furnished of
her abilities during her residence with Md.
N. '1. Midame Alphonse assures trie ladies,
that she will be constantly supplied with lite
lIashinios from lthe most celebrated and appros-
ed .lilitersa ol Paris.
sept 5 : eoSw"
Fresl i) DrU-;.
P ECF.IVED per ship Tonine, finom Lon.
1. don, Vol. Sal. Annmon, Lac. Sulph, I-
Putty, Ett. Cicut ie, Pet. RtrbaJoes, i'arme.,,
)rnp L.ke, Hair Peincils, t-.rocus, Pat. Lint,
l'ert. Oatreur. ppt. and a variety of other ar-
A general assortment of Drugs, Paints,
Window Glass, arid D) ec Stuf's.
\'anre.l, san Apptrntice t... the Drug bujsi.
ness; one from the country would be pieter-
Le-t ''


Perer Lehinan,
No. 320 Market street.

Dissolution of Partnership.
THE Pr:rtrnctsip li,e-.-:tcfu'e e\i'ting e
:tvein tls Sul? a lb.-s iE, ira..lig un.ilcte
the firm if 1LtULON & B\KEI{. uts d ssolveu
by mutual citoni-nt, on the 241h d1 t.f L..
month. All th-e persons u h bav.: dernaii.,
against the said firm, .ire riquesrt-d to pi'e-
seit thi-;r aceouimnts ; .id a l -personn' indchl.
n'l to aPt firm, .Ae reqe-led t'j make pir. -
..tent to BENJAMIN RULON, No.4 41 Market
street, or at his rae!l n,.t No. 34 Chie-.r
street who is authort r..J ta ,icCciv. Thie 5 'n-.

130oel Bi.ker.
10th mo 13 eoSw
Ten DouliRtis ewarlti.
SANAWAY from the Subscriber, on the
S 13th, of September instant, an appren-.
tice lad named J .lin' G(dhE s Nw-i.:.:'. bl
19 years old, rather i .r, all nt' hi ,-i.1, b t .
ft.-: 6 inches high, much pitted with the
ateiall pox, his nose pinched, Ihe nos5 ,,
nearly close, lo..ks iin:'mnrror!; h,.ni,-.' when
he laughs, moves slow and has a hlounigr,i.
walk; he is accustomed to work on s, I rmni -i
garden had on a roundabout and pantaloons.
of gray doniestick satinet, nearly i, at, pitlcdi
buttons, new. fir ... l., I:t..1 lt;i coit .,.
hose, shoes newly id d c, .lc ..',i I ;i ] ,i .
vest, and took with hiim a suit ol 'i nc1 ant-, 3
pair tow trousers, striped swansdown vest,
witli other articles of coathing. Ten dollars
reward will be given for apprehending and
securing said runaway in any goal in the Unit-
ed States, so that I get him again, and reason.
able charges if brought home to his master,
living in Bucks county, near Bristol, Penn-
sylvania, All persons are forbid ui1 -tu .. i
harbouring of him at their peril. --
Charles Filet.
sept 22 : fw
Horse, forS a.lf.

^ A member cFTHrirses fr ot,
1"-'utl, State. of Ol.i.., thll. ai-- ..,i
"r l -bi, c; and go well eithl s
.-" 10,.ii 1 ,ti-'i Sadtile or in Harness.
l..- i,-rt,,,l-r u rlq.,.r atLANIIS & VW IL-
(ON'i l,;rirv 'tMables, i .. V nai.t ti- Alley,
I l ie itiu l..i-.-es may be seen,
oct 7 d

Bu.tlet(it n -nd llttilfield
Turnpike P-.ad Company.
SN.Election for a President, twelve Mana-
i ,g -r, 1. -. a Treasurer, r.t il.c uanr.:lu ,
.. ill e hi elI e i e to .t lc i- lin Iitu.'iu in\
lihistleton, on MoinIday :'d ..uvembur niest, at
11 o'clock, A. M1.
ct2 Jilo. AuLt't... Seti'y.
Oct 2'. 24 -1'56 8 2 ':;