New-England palladium
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Title: New-England palladium
Uniform Title: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. 1803)
Alternate title: New England palladium
New England commercial advertiser palladium
Alternate Title: New-England commercial advertiser palladium
Physical Description: v. : ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Young & Minns
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: March 18, 1803
Publication Date: 1803-1814
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 21, no. 20 (Mar. 11, 1803)-v. 44, no. 52 (Dec. 30, 1814).
General Note: The phrase "Commercial advertiser" appears within the title ornament, Apr. 23, 1813-1814.
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No. 22.] FIiDAYMARCH'iS, 180 [VOL. .
gdtebnno.ht io- -id

To thePjepffcott'r Paprietrs' f Landi on b&th jid': 6
Arn.r/fc,'. n River .:
Y OU arc hereby noticed and warned ta m-et a
the hoiufe of Moses DAV.FNiV ar, innhloldce
at ,N -, : ,n Tuefday, the fourth day of Apri
next, at two o'clock, e. at to ad on the following
bufinefs, 'viz.
zf. To choofe a Moderator.
ad. To consider what further provf(ion may be
nteceflary for the attendance on the .I;1.In- :.'
and to ..i..i % .,I A. *.ri r Agents to manage the
-.-Tir.ot I ..1 I'r'.pr..t.' and to execute deeds to
f'h ..trh:-., ;in .'.I,.r...t to the fubmillioni .
.l 1 r r.,t,:' .,r I .. .r-firm any or all the votes of
thePrfop,'Cr..r, pli-i.d .r fornier meetings.
4th. ill.. I bill-- ii. I 1. ..- :,;.,i T.;. Pro-
priety., n.1 to make :-,' ..I II. -i -ir.. thh
fame hil I,. fatle of fome part of the undivided
I.and of the Proprietors for that parpofe, and to
authorize fome perolbn or perfons to execute
dead or deeds for that pnrpofe.
Clirrit sfh.; P';-.pfot Prpriet-r:.
Newhnrv, March x1803.
COM .'.iuN 'L .L iti ii T ; ---.'. -|'-. I 1 I
Irenater, F.ibruar, 14t1', 1 803.
R RESOLVED, That E'ocH TtrTCo-eM,.
AARO-.sov H-rr. and NieCIIotas ''t.ttiNirAsTr
Efqr's. lte a Committee, who are hereby appointed
and ,min)r;.- .1 .1, *il1 power to make fate of
allt ,,. 0 -'.- n .. .. I:, Eftate, Right. Title and
Inlereft in and to the old State-H-ouf, to the town
of SafMn, or fuch Perfon or Perfons, and on fuch
Ternims, as faid Comm;ttee flal judge will be mofl
fur the intereft and honor (,f the Commonwealth,
and to execute good and fufficieift Deed or Deeds
of releafe thereof; and to payv the proceeds, or de-
liver thefecuritieswhich they mayreceivetherefor,
idto the Treafury of thi Comnmonwealth.
Seat down for concurrence.
DAV'D COBB, Prqfndt.f
In th.e H" -t" R-/ refiZta.-: February I/th, .: "
Read and concurred.
JOHN C. JONES, Speaker.
Feb. XSth, o.-- Approved.

JOHM AVERY, Sertary.

-'? The Committee appointed as aforefaid,
hereby give notice. That they will meet at the
State-Hoife, in .Rvlom, on the latt WedInefdday of
April next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the
purpofe of carrying the foregointT Refolution into
effed. ENOCHI T'ITCOMB, P.r Order.
: foi, ATrrl Ii. X80..
'. t t i -.:", 1 '. ,', J .
r'C-taT-re-, T a' n-ral Court .djp,Wd
Y'OUR P.tititoners humbly thew, That the
.o td -from Ifw'rbil! to JBfa.n, as it is now
travelled, is very circuitous, and in many 'acrcs
bad ; that the diih nice, b.v a ftlaight Road, msay
be shortened about lix or even m niies in the dif-
tance of thirty-three miles; that a Road on a
q, J.-l. liae fr.,T, Crid HawrV,,,; to T,flo6 would
r-Ii r '-. InM.,I l. large extent of Country North
,.i i L1il i,,f-er,-ill, and be a great public con-
"ventenr-e and benefit ; that futch a Road cannot
be made and supported by the corporations
t-r.r... 1. which faid Road muft paLs without great
expern.. .1,. ian -r .-. ii... .. ". pra .. yo
... .. .to 1. ri ..-,, i-, rttt r..- ,. .
Honors, that they, with fich others as may avfo-
iate- with them, may be incorporatet for the pur-
ofeoft makin- andi fpportiang a Tiirnpik --Ro:ad
from the line of .'-.-,pfl'r'. at fow. ,ver
ff .crb l P,'r o '. iTs.d Bridge, and thence to
Bon,, ur I.. I,. t. regulations as yonr Honors
ma.y judge expedient, and as in duty bound lhall
ever pray.
BAILEY BAYTIl ,FT,a': I fr'y-fain others..

,n j'hr,.t, ii.r.. 7th, 18o.
ON the Petition of BAILEY v BARTr.i-TT
and others, praying that the- may be incorporia-
ted for the purpofe of chiblihinrg a 'I %rnpike
Road from t :he line of the State of Ve'-Prh,'dpW'ire,,
at Protw,o.over Hawvrbul Bridge go M1aUkn Bridge,
in 1'*, ., 'L n.'- to 0 0on:
i I' I,. T. 1D, That the Petitioners cau!fe
,, i.-.., Copy of their Petition with thl0 Order
thereon, t6 he publifhecd, three weeks fuweefive y,
in the ,V.a--Englan, Palla'di'm, printed' -
laft pisblication to be thirty days, at I.--.it -..r.
the second Wednefilday of the fi feilion of the
next General Court, that all Perfons concerned
may then appear and ilew c.uifL (if any they have)
why the Prayer of laid Petition flould not be
Sent down for concurrence.
I DAVID COBB, Prcl.e.nt
Ir ths Hcf. of Rerefrnt.:ti v. March 7th, 1803.
Read and concurred.
JOH-IN C. JONES, Spe:,er.
A true Cony.
Attecf, G. E.'VAUGHAN, Clr- ofthe Senate.

N OTICE is herebh iiven, Tbait the fubicriber
I has been du'y appointed Adminiftrator de bo.is
rar, on the Eftate of THOMAS .ADA\MS,
late of Bhion, in the county of ." Merchant,
dece:fed ; and has taken noon '...i if that trult,
by .'v:, : bond? -as the law direhts. And all per-
fons having dem-inds upon the Eflate of the faid
Tfromas AnD.A,, are required to exhibit the fame;
and all persons indebted to the faid estate are call-
ed upon to make payment to
EDWARD ST'APLES, Adm-i'flirator, d baonls norm
.Tjkn MIarch II.
rTHE Creditors to the Eftate of
JOHN BONNER, late of B/,Pn, dcreafed,
are requested to prefent their Claims for paivment,
to the Snbfcriber, Attornev of tl e Admminilratri'
on fa;d Fftate. SAMUE. "O. PARKER.
B/,th, tMr'rb 4, 1803.
THE Stbfcriber, having been appointed
H Ai'gnec of tihe Efate aind Effcts of SAMUEL
EMERY, ocB/i, !5n,M'erchait,a Bankruptr,eqlrcls ali
ue'rfons indebted to the faid Emery to make ira-
nediate payment, and all thofe who have any of
.his EtTffets, to deliver the fame to
A7OTIJCE s hrby.hv given, That 'the JIicri-
'e hr, s ,er aul,- Chfen ',. o-f the fl/. arid E/-
f.e.rf JOHN JON.S t ,ll)O,oofoton,M'r-
da'.t, a B.ntrupt. All prrfons, lhav.ing Ef'as of' f/ai
W.;i'do, ar: -qgr,:fld t d'lire the frtre ; and all indsebte
unto pfil Wrtr.so. are rqredrl to miak pci-ment to
SAMUEL 1). PARKER, Affigner.
Br/ton, March 4, l8o03.
Or e---'h.anged for Carpenter's or Mafon's Work,
A *G.,od Chaii.' HORSE, a well-mad-
)CH kTE. a SUIKY, a CHAIR, and a one
.ori':" PH.t-E.'TON, one or all. as may be wanted
Analyv ;t SIMONS & FISHER's Livery-Stable,
.,*, I.", -/-,,... [T..,.t:f] Mrcd, 4.
.........A \V'OM AN.

X7gT YNT'El), a middle-aged VWo
,' r rrar to do Houfework in a fmall family
:, urf.nc of hl-e'rioters March, 8.

A A An aR in ,imn to an an eatitrid "an at in addition
S- to t.e f.': Election," andfor re-
.Jp ealng i ,t ; ,, ...- :7.
t Commonwealth of Ma7sachusett.. lit enad by t Senate and -f -
il --- .---Scc I, -T. ,fentatiwvs, in General Court: -' -', .-
g THE Y'EAR. OF OURc LORD ONE THOUSAND by tle authr ofthefame, hat it hall be the duty
EIGHT, HUNNDRED AND THREE. of the Aflrs of each town and diftrist within
this C-,-,-,.. ,ith, on or before the firft day of
)e Af AR in addition to Ia I pf ,on t e twen. Mfl arch, aially, to make out and deliver to the
day" /ttn pf d t t Sele imemreof, a .: i-: ..... 1].h, .II -.,- i,1 iil-
dayr J-re, in the year ao our Lord oee ';. '. ,eihbt
e bh dred.d too, entitle An ,. at. ri t t ofall fuchabitanr.., thl- ,r r..!., i ac..i ,, tr
S- -Supr'uJrew: udcia! Gourt in tbe C'ounties *J' diffri6ts, atIal app l '. r.. I d i ,- e
i ,r.q,,., and Berkfllire, and alf the Court yf Col" fitutic f this. (. ., -.. r I ;.. -r -' i,-
f G.eneral .'. Peace and Courtof CoanIen .I rr ;.. -,r..'.,. fi' l ,-..- ,iJ ti-e
Pleas o n t.r r .i.n.i I. .i r .'i. in the
S- S .' ' Senate and ai tf 0 R.e- ( General CI t or in ( -- v n-1, .11 ithuiall.
e Sc. i. f ntaties, Tin Gefriarm o m, be the duty the Selelmnen of fuch town or dif-
d ,,.the autbority oftbfim,., That from and.after the trid, at tomtlme within ten days th en next filt-
,, .-' of this Aa .there fliall be two terms only lowing, to rifec od correct, as to themnhall air-
of the Court of General Selilons of the Peace with- pear m ecel, fobat the fame fhall, in their 0-
in and for the County .f r.- .. .. to be holdeIn pnioi ,be iompleteilloffuch ofthe inhabi>tits
.at uirtam.pt ion the' ..... I- .I..,,.l of January ', .. i n i'. r .' towns or diftriiats as fhal
and the fourth Miolnlday of Airguft, unuralint -. : .-.vti,. !iied to vote in-the elections
S,,, ,...-. .,... .., ano ree,e nizanceso Twif t-- t"t 1. .- I 1 le1lors o every plantation
-.' ...... ...r nature, returnable or continued to are alive .quired to furnifh henifelves With like
the termi of faid Court heretofore by law to be litis, oio before nte lenth day of March anntial-
holden ori the third Monndav of May inext, hall be lv alm t halll be tile duty of the Seletmuen of
returnable, continued to, and have day in lid thefev l towns id difll'ics., and the Af'eftors
Court to be holden on the fourth Monday of Au- of plan'tions afoirefid, refpecdively, to publifl
grff next. the faid's wihir their refpetive towns, diflri&s
iec. a. A-d 1, it ffirther enadtd, hy the authority3 or plant:ions, by .aufin;g true copies thereof to
afrfid,l, That front and after the paifineg of this be poffenp at t-,s or. more publr places rI fin dh
Act, there hall be two terms, only of the Court towns. di i-is or laitatilon., fourteen days, at.
of General Seffions of rie Peace, within and for eaf, hefiro thie fint MonLday in April annually
faid County of Be,.-Ijire, to be' o'den at Lenx, rin and it thal aKo b thie'iuty" of the Hcvleanlisen of
the fourth 'Monday of Aki..il and the firft M'on- fich towns ordiftids, and the Af-e.lbrs of fuch
day of January, annually ;-and all writs, procelles r plantations to be provided with, and save a com-
anid recognrizances, and other matters of whatever P ete lift as aforeid at eyry meeting for thie
niarte or nature, returnable or continued to.- te choice of Governo. fieuterant Governor, Sena-
teirmi of-. fi:dC--.:.u.-'.. heretofore by law to he r I- trsI Reprefentatias in the General Court or in
ea in ,.. I t.,- n,,l County of'. Berl/bire on the, Congrefs ; which ft fall be fo corr''/.:ed .prei-
third Monday of April' next, liatll be returnaIrt le ,Ol s to the opening .'. ,,. n,. ; n a con-
and continued to, and have day in faidCourt, which t:lin all the qualitii -" .. '- h i'. '.: .' e!re-
is hereby to lie holder i;, and for faid County or tron -then to be mleI; and no fuch mr'eeing fliall
the fourth Monday of Auguft next. And alfo'the: be opened at an eaiier hour than eleven of the
the Court of Coimmort Pleas, heretofore by lav clockof the foreion of the day of election; and
holden in and for faid County of Berlybire, on tie it hall be the dutyf fuch Selecdten or Affleflbrs,
second Monday of January, annually, hall here- to be in fetlionat l.rme cmunvcnient place immedi-
after be holden at T.er.ax, in and for faid County of ately preceding ifuo meeting, for fo long time as
Ber-jiire, on the firft Mondavof January annual.v. 'they tail judge neelTary, to receive evidence of
An law to the contrary nowithlt.nding. th' qualifications- o perfons whole names have
".: 'I Hrof ,f fRiprefntatives, iMearch 5, 18R03. no', been entered or the lilftpubliihcd as aforefaid,
This Bill, having had three fever il reading,. paL- aUnto give public notice of the time and place of
fe'd to be enac.ted, JOHN C. JONES, Spieder. fuicl ".. :. .'..vher they publifl the faid lifts as
In Sreoate, Mrh 7, 18o0. beto .hr. t-
Thi- 'i '-n. had two feveralreadings, pa.lled S .a. Annbe it f-rther 'nas ud, That the firft
to be .-" d, .kvlII) COBBi, Prileint. fe&ios of the radt to which thiuis an addition, be,
.-rt 7, ixo3.--.y ,r.- G,verncr approwde. and th> fame hereby is repealed.
SCALEiB STRONG. I, t,e o s* of R"rfr.,,l,irtv, March 4, 1803,
A true Copy-Ant-i?, JOHN AVERY, Secretarly. 'Ths r 1. had thiee several readings,paf-
fed to be uma'ed._. JOHN C. JONES, Spea,r-.
-In V'kiP roi 'oThe an---- ,uren i',, ;. trc, 1, 803.
.At A! fr ef.rtr pos hio ftbe V anuf ihure of i.rs Bitll, having had tv'o several read;rigs, paf-
S-ton -,m, thin ti x Coammon eeamlt. led to h ercted. ADAVD COBB, Pr/id nt.
.-YHERKEAS Lime Calks, which i; ive hben fill-
r ed at various Lime-kilns, and have been arch r, 1803-so y 1- tlewrrnor approrld,
brand ed as the -.aw requires, after beir, CALEB 'STRONG.
brought to market, fold, and emptied, are genei-riid true Copy. Att.-?, JOHN AVERY Scretary.
ly a perqniite of the labourers or apprentices, and -..- -.-
are fold by them proniifcniontly to other manufac.
tures, at a low price, without drf,.;i thie fir //
braids, and are again filled with line at other /~'7" i'.1
1 ;li s ,'tor- v rn h ,rriin.,t nv~a injnrryof thofe -
S'-- --t" .'*... ----- -- -~ RAaCORDS."
pirefetati'ws, in Gewral Court afftolted, and hy ti- au- -
tho;t Hy ftefale. 'That all Stone Lime fall be pack- OF Ma. HA.Y THE .DEMOCRAT-.
ed into new calks, and brought to market in tihe in tp dr
fame, infpeaed and branded as tie Iraw provides. WE underflandthat, during the late dar-
ScC. 2. And a- it further enaR7d, That each and ing attack uporn th liberty of the prefs in this
every perfon, wio fliall violate or evade the true city, George Havattempted to entangle the
intent and meaning of this act,on convi&ion there- honorable Judge noane in this difgraceful but
of hall be habie-to all the penalties and forfeitures nemnorahle projea
provided by thIe second fection of ai a& entitled
"A A&n At afcertainimig the quality of S-tone Lime, The tor-', as v have heard it, runs ttus.
and the fi-e of .ime Calks, and for repe aling all Hay, M Rae, & lrokenliborough, allmembers
law, hier--Lorore made relative *thereto," paffed the of the executive council, went firft to 'Hanover
twenty-feventh of February, one thousand feven town, which is wini two miles of the Judge's
hundred and ninety-four. And this ad hall be residence; Hay remained there. His corm-
in ftrce and operation from and after the firft day patriots waited upn the Judge. They made
of May n-at.
f 1 r & ...7 ,.'-, --., Ar:-h., 8o3. an application,'iinHay's nanme, for a warrant
This 1I, -. .r : i.J i,-r.. several readings,paf- againfl Callender.that hlie might be bound to
Ied to beenaeted. JOHN C.JONES, Speaer. keep the peace. Mr. Roane, as might well
In ,Senate, _dfar4h 7. I0g3. havebeen forefee, reje&ed and relented thel
This Bill, having had'two several readings, paf- o It is id he ent Ha avery plain
fed to be enacted. DAVID COBB, Prent. prop tsdefnt ay a very p n
March 8, 8o3.- By tie Goewrnor approve. laconic mr, Lf.. rt h. I f.. t "-th ,r,., future,
CALEB STRONG. he :h 'd .... -lid. Hay as neither a .lawyer
A true Copy. Attefl, -JOHN AVERY, Secretary. nor a ,'publican ; necauifeif he had been a law-
_----- i L-^3 yer, he never wo.ld have made an application
A An for the pretentio(n ,f Horfe-raciig. fo contrary t, tlh fundamental principles of
BEit ,nrnRed b tyhe Si'at and Houife ofj law; and, if he hd been a republican, and if
Sac. I. Reprefenfati rs, in General Cnit ow m-i- the law had evei been as he pretended, he
bled, and by thr authority of thefim e, That from and would rather hac given his aid to abolilh or
after the firit day of June next, no plate, purfe, alter it, than to Iromote the deftrut&ion of the
fum of money, or other thing of value, fall be
run for, by any horfe, mare, or gelding. And it preff."
any perfon fliall run, or caum e or procure to be -* "*-
run, or aid and abet in running ; or, being tie THI FISHERIES.
owner, fall fuffer to be run, any horfe, mare or Extra fr-om a 'port mad' to Conrrefs at ths
gelding, for any plate, purfe. fum of money, or -.0 or
other thin,,g of value ; or hall bet or flake any late/f-//fot, 4y a committee ofthat body.
plate, purfe, fum of monev, or other thing of value, WVit Irefpe& to our dtomeltic fisheries, it
on the event of any fuch race ; or hall hold any appears, that previous to the revolution, the
S fuch bets, or flakes ; or publish or diftribute any then American colonies employed 28,o0o
written or printed advertisement of fuch race, he tons of and 4 men thehle
S iall forfeit and pay a firm not exceeding one un- of thippig, 459 men i ithe ale,
dred dollars rnor lefs than ten ddlars ; to be recover- & 25,000 tons, & 4405 xm enin the eod filhe-
ed,by indictment, in the Supreme Judicial Court, ries. At that period, both the whale and
to the ufe of the Commonwealth; or in the Court the cod fifhernes were totally annihilated ; but
of General Seflions of the Peace to the ufe of the foon after the return, of peace, our fellow
SCountv ; or by an action of trcfpats oni the cafe, izens e once more to profeute ther
ir anor oany rzeiwo ua ie rf et ienslbegan once more to proCe6ute them
in favor f any perfon who fall firft lFe therefor,
to effect, in the 'Court of Common Pleas; or, if with zeal, and we had, during the years 1787,
the fiuit be for not more than thirteen dollars and 88, and 89, on an average, 10,2 10 tons o:
Sthirty-threecents, before a Jutlice of the Peace; one shipping, and 16x i men, in the one, and
mnoiety thereof to the life of the Plaintiff, and the 19185 tons, and 3287 men in the other
other moiety to thie ufe of the poor of the town A reeably to a fdatement from the treafur
wherein the offence hrail hahve ibeen committed. d -
Sec. z. And d it further ena,'d, by the authority department, the Ameriian tonnage, employee
afrcd.-cd, That it fnall be the duty of every Sherifi, in the whale fit'heries, in the year 1794
Deputy Sheriff, Coroner, Conftable, and Grand amounted to only 4139 tons, navigated
f Juror, to.give information, to the proper authori- probably, by not more than from fix to fcvem
ty, of any tranfgreffion of this Law, occurring hundred men, and the numbers of both, hav
vi. thin his propeerdifari, and coming to his knoawi- fi continued annually to decline. It
edge ; and it fall be the duty of every Juitice o fie continued annually to deme
the Peace, upon complaint duly made to himo, by pretty evident, indeed, that this document
an informing officer or other person, to iflue his cannot give the whole amount of the tonnag
warrant, to apprehend any perfim or perfons and men, acually employed in this bufines
d tranfgrelling thiCs a&t, within the County of tlid during the'refpedtive years ; but the comn
d justice, and to hold him or them to appear anl u r
anfwcr therefore at the Supreme Judicial Court, or mittee fear, there i bt too much reaon t
Court of General Sefilons of the Peace, next to be believe, that they have both been, for hom
hiolden in and for the fame County. time pat, annually on :he decline. In 179
Sec. 3. Be it further enaSted, That this a fl(hall. (according to .the fa ne document,) their
continue in force for four years after paffing the wee employed in the cod fihery of the Un
f ame7,,l r -..-. -..r ,M 7,0 td States, 40,964 t.:... ..fippg. and 384

This Bill, having had three federal readings, men; arid on an average of ten years preco
paffed to be ena&ed. JOHN C JONES, Speaker., ding, rather upwards oa 33,000 tons of .liI:
In Sen,.t, Mrarc, 7, 1So3. ping, and somewhat -.:i than 5000ooo men.
This Bill, having had two several readings, paf'- From the above haft' and iiperfed Iketc
fed to be enaried. DAVID COBB, rideet. of our domestic fifherie it vould feem th
,CALEB STRON our cod iinfheries had gained ground fince tl:
.- A true Copy.Attjl, JOHN AVERY, &Scretary, -revolution, more cl -. f1ce the prefe

i_~_ -

Making the film ars ally applied, to
e1- ilsr ie ucut, .in ire ; thp

the dllcnarge of the Ldebt, n te
year 18oz, dolls. 6,699,738 47
3. That to meet the inifalment of domestic
debt, firft due in the year 180o, the), have retain-
ed the fuim of dolls. z,I17,869 37
The Secretary further flates,
- that at the clofe of the year 1802,
o there remained (excillively of pro-
tefted bills outstanding, and of uin-
Sapplied balances in the hands of
d agents) an unapplieda balance of guil-
ders, 5,914,606 xo ftivers,applica-
t ble to the payment of Dutch debt,
x in the year 8o03, equal to dolls. 2,365,84%, 45
Making the fum drawn from
' the treafury in the year x8o0, but
not applied in that year, dolls. 3,483,711 77
S If to the film which is fated to
. have been applied to the reduolion
y of the debt in 189, 'viz. dolls. 6,699,738 47
h be added the laft film, fated to be
in the hands of agents and not appli-
' td,viz. dolls. 3,483,7"x 77
n "c The fum, accounted for in omein
e way or other, is dolls. I0,183,450 S4

s which xledna&edfrom the fum in
t their hands, dolls. 10,.98,190 68
e leaves a balance, which the report
s, does notaccountfor in any wax dolls. 114,740 44
- From tbefe fats aim led Lo remark, that thi
adt of laft feflion, placed amongft the proudef
plumes of the prefent adminiffration, entitled
e An act providing for the redemption of the
8 whole public debt of tie United States," makes i
re expresily the duty of the commi(fioners of the
i- finking fund, to apply annually the fum of 7>300,ooc
dollars to the discharge of the debt-and that i
appears the fum of dollars 6,699,738 47 only ha
e" been applied in the year i8o0-leaving a deficit
P- of dollars 6oo,161 53. As to the laige fum o
3,483,711 doliars,dra-wn from the 'Treafury, and 1tn
h 'applied, it would have been more fatisfaatory ti
at "that jealoufy which, however deteftable in private
is thie lovlief trait of political charanier," had wNv
le been informed in whofe hands as agents this im
it imeafe rum was rating. As to myfeif, I should b

government firft went into operation. Otr
whalc fisheries, on the contrary, have been for
fome time pail more or lefS on the decline ;
and it is more than doubtful, wh.-Je:r the
United States employ at this day as 'rge a
quantity of tonnage,'and as nany me in n :1l
.their fisheries combined, as the then .l.'.li.. -
did, prior to the revolutionary war. Under
tii., irui-prt-ffir and filly ier.fible of the very'
great importance of the fisheries to the na-
tion-the committee would fain fuci--t-ft fli,l:h
mRealns, as ,n,;iht :Cn-I tjr,: nr nir,,,tte: ;adrJ i':
new life to-them ; :,.l iter due conrildrtia-
tion, are induced to recommend thi l fUllu. -
Ir. p 'oi.'lions, as' tiolf lik-ly to c ri bnie to
th .:- J.i 'i ..- :nd, to wit': .
i. ," ,:-d ,. ; ..-,,', ; .'! ..';i.,',v.:.,
eiplctd in the cov lor ". ,, ,7'll.l .t,
in faitre, be fbjek to the payment of wany .lty
en '.. '"- '-.. ..;..
fi- :,. -r... a~znd other perions, a':: :r.'. em-
,ploysed in rnavgating lt ,..' .'!, a. 11. no, fi
future, be liable to the parvmnt of -. o :.f monFy.
1. T"1' owners of, and f:prfon. s .'r ,iti.e
-. adua!iy employed in; the cod 0'6.r. .,
v.'hich may be .. or otker'w'/e /Ilt,
w', 'il j o em.pl !-- 7.-, ne-verthelefs, receive
f'/.h boumnt, as :'. :- ,. r '. other'lfe ha-ve been
entitled to, under -1e- difif'rent a s.r of C -- .r .
heretofore, Ti on tlhe finycl of tie .i ..'.-

From tie G.1ZR-TT-E or THr U'NITED S'"rjTf.S.

AS a further exhibition of the .a''ie.- ,: r'r.
braced by tl i. re ;_..uit'.,. .ti n-:. to til. t- S.
lHonfe of Reprefentativesby Mr.Ga swoLn,
wepretentthe following tra.th.i .t. r [r.nm
the Hon. JOHN STANLY, member of Con-
grefs from N. Carolina, to his conftituents,
which has been juit .ulil'lh..1, and which af-
fords much light upon a fubjedC which will
jrPlly command much of the pd-li amlte-r
The reader will foon be presented with a
more minute exhibition of this important fub-
jec. The fpeech of Mr. GRaswaLD,-vhen
the resolution was introduced, will be found
to contain much interejfing matter; the docu-
ments, which will accompany it, will amply
support tire (latements which have been made,
and their' corrertnefs will be- found not to
have been impaired by the letter of Mr. GAL-
LATIN, which is ordered to be printed.
"The funds annually appr.,.i 're.1 I. te-e dif-
charge of our debt are,by .-.a t .Cu z r -i,I. -i... r the
direction of the Vice Prefidenit, the Secretary of
the Treafury, the Secretary of State, the Attorney
General, and the Chief Jtiufice of the UT 'who
., .l *.1 b.-' '- .. T r ._ C 0
-' iI m' ,e r i:..,r ii. ', .,r,- r. t, ic i ,, .
Co grf's at tlr a- a,-nt -r'min, rprr-'.i
Secretary of the Treafury made to them, contain-
ing a detail of the meafulres purfued in the year
s180, in relation to their duty. It doesn't appear
that the Chief Juilice of the IT. S. had been con-
fulted on thefe proceedings ; his name doas not
appear to the report.
This report of the Secretary of the Tr.iafrv
f(ttes that during the year 180o, there hat been'
dJravn from the Treaf'ury of the U. S. on account
of principal atrn interei of the domestic debt, the
fum of -dolls. 9,371,75 ,8
That of the money drawn from
the Treafury, ift the year 1801,
-wvhich remained unapplied at the
expiration of thIt y'ar, and was
applicable to the Dutch debt, there
was, guilders a2,33,846 o10 livers,
equal at 40 cents each guilder to 95,1,338 40
Forming the fum ir their hands in
the year i80o, dolls. 10o,298,29o 68

"Of this fum the Secretary renders the follow-
ing account :
r. That to the payment of in-
tereft on the debt accrued in the
year 180o, there has been applied
dollars, 4,065,738 47
-" To the reimbursement of
principal of domeffic debt, 1,90,000 oo00
Dutch debt, due in i8o0, 1,344,ooo o00

glad to have been informed what neceffity induced
the drawing To large a fum from the treafiry, to
li.-, ..f..,.', it was to be applied. Why money
was remitted-to Europe (if the fac be to) te meet
a debt not vet dite, at a time that a balance of
600oo09o dolls, remained, as it fill does, unpaid of
the funi exprcfsly required to he paid in each .: ,.
And I :ir.-ot reprefs the expreffion of my i.t...-
,ion, rn .a1.1 alarm,that the Secretary of the Trea-
fuiry in an official report, profefling to account for
the due application of dolls. i :, n".r';. 68, after
vaguely ft-,in I .1...11. 7.4 3 I 77 to be unappli-
cdiand in fli,. h id. ..,t agents, fliould, notwith-
Ithr, 1n.._., : vr b J ,ace .'..."y nacrounted for of "
d ; i I ., 4-- .- it*"

o- noS, JAN. 4.--
ALLtherefnffio r.r.frank in' Holhr,
; rpi .n to Panrs, in order to affift at
something important which is foon to, go
forward ; molt prol. il.ly the proclamation
and coronation of the Emperor of the Gai-ls.
The Hague Courant of the Ift init. fays,
"there -ia an account from Paris, that a new
conspiracy has been discovered againfr the
Firil Conful, which was on the point of br-ak-
ing out. Several perfons have been arrelcd a
and when the Firli Conful went to the th.e-
tre, the guards were doubled."
JAN. 21.
The special c..rm;r'1..n,, iffued for the trial
of the perfons concerned in the Oakley-&Street
Meeting, was opened yesterday moningr--
The grand jury returned a true Li a.rainR:
thirteen perfons named in the indidae1nt,--
The court then adjourned to the 5'tih of
February, when the prifoners will. be ar-
raigned ; and on the 7th their trial w. 1 com-
JAN. 22.
A letter from 114dalya fays, the Tuniltins have
demanded of the U S. a friglate' of 36 .guni ; ;and
that it is expeaed the Moc w,vii declare war
against this country
The following appeared in, the Cdurier cde
Londres, of laft night :-
The line of conduct lately purfued by
the Firfl Conful refpe5cing the organizations
of the army, has given rife to very general
difcontent among the old officers; reyg:.n-nts
are now reformed, .under the pr t-'c." tha.
they. are reduced to a very fr.all number '
men; ind they are then i.c ,. .
thofe regiments where favor .- .. .-
to the chief officers. It ...' "
that the officers v. *
retain the t l- and; i-t this irt. .
they are ,11 .A 1Ui.'a thing of moment ; a:l
their behba .-is to filence the present nmur.
.^-r 1 -- f l' .r --
The grand judge is commiffioned to ple-
pare a report, in which are to be colle&fed
the proofs which tend to thew the influe'

of the late adminiftbation of England upon. te.
different events of the revolution, and
demonfirate that the fame power is fill ac':-
in endeavouring to bring about frefh dill t-

MURDER.-The following particulars
of a mofl horrid deed which was committed
at almall village between Marquife and B -
logne, in France, are given in a Morning; *,
which pledges itself for their authenticity :
A written paper, with three signatures, was
carried to the houfe of the Mayor of this vil-
lage, appointing a meeting upon bufiiefs in
the evening, at a fixed place. A neighbour
observed three men at the door, and the May-
or to go out with his great-coat on, leaving at
home his wife, daughter niece, and a maid
fervant. Early next r,,-,,' ,,]', a nephew of
the Mayor's calling, found .the door open;
and upon entering, fir. beheld the dreadful
fight of the maid lying murdered in the paf-
fage ; the mother and daughter dead in one
room, and the niece a corpfe in another. As
foon as he could recover himfelf from the hor-
rid fpe&acle,he,with the affiflance of a neigh-
bour, fearched the -other parts of the hcufe,
when it appeared that nothing had been taken
away. The written paper was found, con-
taining the three signatures, which induced
the nephew and the neigbour to proceed to
the fated place, when, as their minds forebod-
ed, they discovered the- unfortunate Mayor,
miferably mangled. In one of his hands was
a large lock of hair, grafped, with a part of
the fkin to it, fuppofed to belong to one of
the villains. Tlis was taken immediately to
the Municipality, who, for a few hours, em-

bargoed all the veffels between Calais anA
Boulog% e, and a n..'tl ..i,.': fearch was made.
The dilligences were all examined, and every
one obliged to take off his hat; but, unhappi-
ly, the monfters were not discovered. A per-
fon arrived in England, about a week ago, to
communicate the shocking a& to the Englifh
Police, in order to trace the villains, if they
mtould have croffed the Channel. It is im-
agined that the perpetrators are three Con-
fcripts, and that, having left the paper, they
conceivedthe hand writing might lead to a dii-
coverv, and, therefore, returned again to the
houfe, to get it back, which brought on the
Sdreadful cataftrophe alluded to. The Mayor
t was a powerful man ; he was very much cut;
d and, by the hair, which he appears to have
e torn from one of their heads, it is evident he
e made a flout reliffance. He bore an excel-
0 lent character and was much efteemed. A
t confiderable reward was offered.

At perfon, whole maiden name war. ..
t rique Harcourt formerly of ...::. -- ,
o Darby, formerly of Birminghar'. :.,- '
e vertifed for by purfons wv. .. ...- ....
. nicate information whidc~h wi ;-: ';'. a .
e them.


In Senti, Mfarch:7L 1803-.
ESOLVED, That tihe Treafurer of
this Commconwealth, ite, and he hereby
is directed, from and after the firlt day of
September next, not to receive Bank Bills,
or Notes, iffucd by any Bank wi's ow thihs
C ;.iTr, '.. recentt 'the Bank of the
U Itd ." e ',
United Sint,) i. (ifcharge of Stsate Taxes,
or other Debts which t;e, or may become
due at the Treafury 0( ",.: ; and that the
Secretary canfe this Refolve. to be ptubfieHd,
as foon as conveniently may be, in all the
neswfapeers within this Commonwsealth, where-
in the Amis of Goversninent are published.
Sent down for concurrence.
DAVID COBB, Porefidnt.
In the If'l rfe'prrft,,r..tws, March 8th, 1803.
Read anl occurreded.
]oHn U C.1' I;,'i -, speaker.
JvMu,:b hM, i-180- -Approved.
A T'ue Cipy, Ati. J( I ''"' ", Secretary.
,- -- -- / --

-- ---"- ss 9 ^ 'to'11-- -----"
From the Federicktown. ( y",. i Herald.

Jo,'n Mazckall Gantt, Efquire, of the Dif-
trita of Columbia, is appointed, Chief Jutllice
of the FirOf Difttr, in this State.
We mean not to enter any protect against
the qualifications of Mr. G antt. Biit we do
proteft moft folemnly, againff that open difrc-
gard of truth and c.-.,iit.:,._-, which marks
the ...o-h i.of the ruling party. The peo-
ple cannot yet have r-.r---.-t--" the clamour
that was railed "%- 4 i. the appointment of
Mr. Craik. Thai -: "1 ,, '..pras a resident
of the diftria of ( .-'.. .. 1 :: was a Fed-
eralift and was -sppoinre' byi the then Council,
who were alfc F...-I iit.., to the office of
Chief Jufltice of this diftrict-. An immediate
outcry was made by the T" ..e ,t againRf
the appointment. It was loudly declared to
be .. ...', ..., 1. ....1 :.; im proper. It
was infiftcd that no perfoi but a citizen of
MVaryland could or ought to- be appointed to
an office in the Judiciary or any other office
under the government of this Statc. And
fo greatly did they affect to refift this outrage
on the rights of the people of HMaryland,
that the appointment of "M Craik was made
the chief pretence for repealing the judiciary
law. But ir now fecms that either a Demo-
cratic Council have greater power than a Fe-
deral Council, or elfe that a Democrat, who
is not a citizen of this State, hiss greater
rih;-l-. than a FederaliVil who is not a citizen.
For under the vcry. /;Ie circi:nt/iances, that
&Y. Craik, a Federalift was appointed by a
beeo n Iu -, h-. Mr. Gantt,-a Democrat,
Th~e not ". Democratic Council.
S__ ". ." o-,'ki-'/ diferenceS

It is far froui ..,' n/Cr.
i thi r, ,m .. .,cl "a is ,i.sin ,' ria 1- ,2 a
-' '. -. . '- _
-. irl ,n.. 4 of this r', ; ...-, .hi ,.c, .pa.
would very facctioufly trace che features of
the father and mother in the, child, arid very
accurately point out their more charafteriltic
retfenblances.. The fathers neither of them
Sie.i.i. nor seemed difconcerted. They
Were .caile.- men of worth, politenefs and hit-
mauity.' The Africans are faid to be inferi-
or, in point of sentiment and f .1U,,, to white
people. Tlhe African labours night and day
to colled a finally pittance to purchase the
freedom of his child. The white man begets
his liken-fs, and, with much i, i,-n .-i.. fees
his r ... i. bondage and mifery, and
makes not one effort to redeem his own

T' :... propittns were introduciedin thf'
i.-.. c the .- .. iy way' o mo-
tion, by the Hon. HIa'r KHvxs, Ej.' ands
committed to a joint committee of both Hou/'-s.
As, it was ra .ti / 'ha no report was
maicde, they ,-', remain n the files
till the nxtf Court :
"WHEREASs it is the duty ef an enlight-
ened governtient, tco hold out and f" ilitate
the ieans of communication of thle different
parts of the Commonwealth, to, open and
flimulate the resources iI ,i .lil!....l [. nature-
It is thereforereefpeEtfulliy fuggefted, that a
committee be raifed, to be joined with a com--
mittee of the Honorable Senate, for the pur-
pofe of confidering the f.,,.il;,:r, and expedi-
ency of the following obje&s :
'.' t n .:, ,.;s '.:.n- mr will this Le-
giflature hold out to any i ...i... in of re-
fpedable individuals, who liall effect a prac-
ticable navigation for n ea veffels, from .the tea
on the fouth to the fea on the north lide of
Capse Cod.
Second-Wl-hat encoturtgement will this Le-
giflatuicre affLrd to any adequate affociation of
men, for the purpofe of -..,.. ,., an dand
Ca rlNi~ viga,'ion, from the head of Taunton
giver (in called) to the head waters of the
North rit-r (- o cal!ied) fo as to render the faine
r ts .f -.... fa .. Lh- .1 ..j ,u not more than ,
-- feet of water. I.:
Third--What encouragementwillthis Lr- "
i.?.ture. afford, to any adequate a. .i... ,, of
r.- ....i'l I, s.,,- .l.=.-il .toeffe ta Can-
al bctweeni Mi'ller's river which empties itfelf
into Coscif-icut river, and the river N .
to far as the faid Naflhuia fall be within this ,
State, fo as to contne& the fame sith the (
-,iddlif'.x Canal, and to render the fa!. r
,' ; : and Mller's riser navigable for boats. '
bauwiu/-\'What encouragement will this }
Legislature afford to an affociation for cut- }
tisg a navigable canal from the to'svo.of ono,-
sfeo,' to the .navigable, waters of Charles' or (
Nfponfit ri.er, [o as to open a. commniica, t
tion wiith the town of'Bo/oon. t

F"'.--VIi this T,- .H,m.' o;Ter a pre- .
r,."im of dollars, to any tperfon whlo tihd c-
tifc :ve-.,and extra c from sthe earth, one tcvit a
wigh/t of good PiT cOAL, w.iLilii thins Coon- e
' onwe;i!th. t'

The niew T'helatre a.t Ncw-'iori, with its
ap ,, .:i:-., i: dverI':;fed for Eal. at anlo t
o;, the 7th; W May, .. I

_. .. __1 -----_ ---
A .

It was rumored laft week-: atV Wafhington,
that ant agent -,. i.. people of the Flori-
das, fecretly chofen, and ve-ted with ful
powers for the i-,' .-. of his mirison, had wait,
di upon the Precident of the U. S. to nego.
ciate for thj .-.. .. f that country to the
fid'i-ral union. -It was fid that lie wat fur.
their authorifed to declare to the Prefident.
that although they flt. a Ir n-i: preference
for this g-overmnentIt to any other, yet, fooner
than come under the o' ,' yoke, or longer
remain under a monarch t .-l. I -. [- -..-*.
them, they would, i- .!- h. -.i1I .s ...,r, t,
this government be ,i- I t,, I. irefort to a
pow-er ready and able to defend them.

Pt tILADELPHIA, M-1act-H. 9.
Drank at the Entertainment given by the
meimbcrs of C. r., .f in ..i. .I ..'. of the
birth of WTASHINGTON :
IFebru7ry z2d, l8o3.
.1. 7Thse y-. o ust dea-, to .. li..r fa-
crcd.---2. The Aner-cain eople--Freemen-,
when infilked, take council from, their cour-
age.-- The con':i/tt&cn'al rtdon ofJ th
Sta,.s--May it beperpeoual.---:-4../1 An inde-
penruent fuduarir-The a gcE'uard of civil Ii-
herty.--- 5. The Confi m,'d Authdorlti's-
May they want neither vigournor difcern-
ment.---6. Our IV- Brethr:n-May
our"ril' tfil for their wrongs.have better evi-
dence then wods.-- 7. The Mil'itia andar-
my--Able negociators.--- 8. Agrituuliure,
Coiinerce, and liaonufatures-United by
coninmon interest, may they not be' feparated
by partial views.---9. The Hnomour of our
Couhi y-H-!Ier mo t precious treafure.--! o.
-A free pref/s-The watchful guardian of
Libertvyt-- II. The Heroes of the Revolu-
tion-Enfihrined in the hearts of their coun-
tr.ymen.-- iz.' The S)i"!;t of Seventy),f
May it ever animate the American counfels.
-- 13. The art of LgJlation-'Wifdom,
not fccrecy---- 4. Ai-ticnal Econoiy-
Neither waftefil expenfe, nor ruinouts parfinio-
ny.--- 5. IV -. 's policy-Meafures
founded on experience, not on theory.-
16. The Na,?vy--Our fafe defence.' -t7.
The American Fai,:r--OIr hearts their empire.
By IrL-. Ross-Better fec'uritv than parch.
ment for our rights on the .Millilpfipi.---
By .u,'ge Pattecrfn-Pure views,-'honourable
means, and noble ends.--.-By oMr. Ch;itf
f,.?iice ifarjhdll-Th ofe few real patriots who
love the people well enough to tell them the
Trutlh.--By jdg : ', .-.-\,, r ,rt
money, the safety of c.,"r ic- I.,,- ---....
2Mr. Byar,/d-The :.- ; ,. ...m: ...... ..f ithe
United States, the Ocean, the Gulph, the
Miffilippi atd the lakes.

S ,- .-,, ,, I .
-_ -i -._- l,.,
.A n r i t '. i i I-l .. s,, : da.,
from Gibraltar. Captain M. informs us,
that on the ,28th January, three days pre-
vious to his failing, information was received
there from Cadiz, That all Amnerican ,vife/
had been ordi-iLd ly the Spae'nh/ Government to
depart ismnediniatdely from Caduiz, ,and that no
more -woultl b)e permitted to elter..
The frigate Adams was at Gibraltar,
watching the motions of the 'Tripolian brig,
'which fRill continued there.
It was currently reported that five Tri-
poline corfairs were out on a cruize again>:.
American veffels, but .no account of their
fuccefs had reached Gibraltar.
The Spanifh orders for all American veffels
immediately to leave the port of Cadiz, have
been "i.-l-. '-" occafioned by their conduct
at New-OUrleans, and from an expe.&ationt
that the arbitrary mneafiu-es adopted by Spain
towards the United States would produce a
rupture between the two nations.- It aiol
gives strength to the belief (if anv fill bene-
ceflary) that the coTndua of the'.., -tI Itn-
tendant is not unauthorized, but that all his
a/s hace been predicated in the court of
Spain, or by a power to which Spain is fub-
fervient, and which is inimical to the interests
of the United States. The above account,
alf,, (if it is cor-ea) evinces a difpofidion
averfe to accommodation, anld rather inclined
10 widen the breach as inuch as poflible.
( li "' Chronicle.)
Capt. Brown, of the Polly & Mary, arrived.
at Baltimore on the 6th iniL in 28 days frc.m
Aasx-Cayer, informs, tlit no reinforcements
had arrived there from 'Fr)',-nr. The blacks
had grown very formidable, atd were at one
time in poff'efflion of *Ac-d/ucasa, but a fortie
was made against them,' and tiey were obli-
ged to fly with loft. The prifoners were
either hung or tied back to back and thr-own
into the tea. No bufinefs .! ;,,. .of any con-
fequence. Flour dul! at eight dollars

We underftand thle Preitdent of the United
States hts left W i; -'" s for his feat in
Virginia, where he is to remain five or fix
"ceks-. [Aurora.]

Eo:-rao of a L"c.r /fro5ms a a-ni, ,, *in H av, e, to hbs
frienS! in Bf.fon, dated l\Vcse-ber 10, 80O. -
There has been a great deal of confusion
Cere for fome days back. occatoned by the Firft
Confu]'s v;fit. The merchants e'resed" a tesipo-
'airy iiii nment, Ttbout fitxrv feet high ; on the top
was a 5,ir0e of Fa-ie, founding the arrival of her
nit, and in her hand a wreath of flowers to crown
htn. It iwas a fquare column covered with paint-
d canvei:; in imitation of marble, and firrrounded
s. all tdes sitls finally wire rings ve-ry clofe to each
ii-, itt which were placed timblers of oil ; the

u'mn'blersbeing painted of different colors give
he burning a haandfoice appearance. The deI gn
F this w'ass ery pretty, buit prevented from beiisg
handIv tohiiill( lby too partmonious a hand in that
' r'n i on, v ichwas a 1, ,1,. -h)out,
nn itn thu ;!',jininarioni of 1mos places, where the
xpcnce could bet very well ifiordied.
" The c,.'lumn wisd creed foldy by the mer-
lantu;, and,as Iifuppofe-t.ey were folic`itin fr: ,tI"
, .ric ts ,, t. ti ti! ib, the A .- i r, i,, amon ig
,' "- athi-'t wvith which they drcl'ed it.

Thev thus flighted us, and pretemiit was not
.r.i--. ri.,~- :;hev fufferedi remain fo
I. r *' --. i I: he committee fome of
the firfi merchm:ts, atad wlien grate ought to
have prevented it, and to have c'.. t.n d,-'
play- the American Flag in the mconfpicuoits
ftlation,after it is considered they ha ped more
from the American merchants in co llions, then
I believe all other nations, iuce thening of the
intercourfe In three months endiu July,-there-
.entered 297 :- ,.' I.; amongwt were9-lA-,
mericans, with valuable cargoes, & 17 French-
men ; the others were Danes, Swedic. bu. l .
cargoes nothing in value to the Asicans.'
7- lC.


SGo 7RN`'1R.
His Excellency C ALDB SIONG.
L*T. jcc-r,'PVrR.
His Honor ED'.-. D .H. IBBINS.
S r e.
.' Cfounty---H-oni. OLIv71."L r.Li.L.
V.- .i.'., TuDOR, Pt't.G C'IN, .TOHN
Norfolk-Hon. SAM.UEL. ]XTER, and
SA.tTutL BASs, Efqs.
-Hon. JosIAH B.TLETT. and
TIMOTHY BftaG.LOW, Efqs. id JA I'rs
P/lymods--=-Hon. ISAAC 'Tvi-soN and
BM, A H A Y W A R D, El-s. a ,
J/ri-l.-Ho;i. ALuEN ..... q. and

M'fr-s. EnIToas,
IF the Federalifls in tlieC.-.,,:t ,a."' -
udt/'x, who are propoliing a chane in the
Senate, would aSd as wI as white, fonie-
thing in-fportant might L- efeited ; bit
luke-warmnefs anid mere -orinr can never-
counteraft the a&icivil y antd'.eal Fthe laigl-
g .-' ,in l ., .. fit, tons ; nor
thejournevings, feafting-s ad rec- -oseal la-
bors, Of.. xcliitive paliots," to remotee
the eled':i, of each other, What hI the
Dift-ri: gained by tthe cange in 8 .--
Where not the Senatorsp-esvious to ilht

Tovn.I-M/tem,1 .--Previous to the meetings
on Monday alft, it was reported, that the
Democrats were making. -arrangements to
e'" a partial change in the Board of Se-
letmen.- As a majority of the inhabitants of
Bo/7on are federal republicans, a change could
not have b 1 t.l_ but by fome fecret ar-
rangements which might have fecured the
: i' ,,-i.;. of a ,. .i1..1 e ;.: proportion of
the democratic party, while moRt of the fe-
.. t -1: absent The currency of the
rumour, however, produced the attendance
of a sufficient number R: i d.J r. i-' to prevent'
an anti-republican refult. It is probable the
Federal majority would have increased had
the poll been kept open longer. The fol-
lowing authentic lift of the votes will ferve to
corred a mistake in the Chronicle of yeller-
Whole number of votes 1346
Neceffary to a choice 6 674
Charles L1,iL..i.. had 69
David Tilden 1346
JTfeph Howard 134.6
P.,'iTi Sturgis '34 6
William Porter 1346
',. ,al.-. Sherburne 682
Jno. TilLfton 1346
PEbcnr. Oliver .691
Jona. Hunnewell 134+6
SA .', u 7 ". .' ..'.. '
S -Jona. Harris, Thomas Lewis, and James
.each -" 20

2. i --Ti.he Portfmouth" Ora-
crle im 1.1 laft, contains a flatement of the
votes in 64 tov-ns. Grv. GI,.aN has 605o, Mr.
LAGBnON 406. 1,aft year, in the fame towns,
Gov. G. had 5239, Mr. L. 3906. Difference in
favor of Federalifm 658. .

TIhe name of TH o .s P& N E, attorney at
law in this town, has been :t.t I to ROBERT
TREAT PAINE, by an ad of the General

Democratic '".'" .-. Alden,
Efq. has been J. .'1 .. i. .. r, ith. ..fice of
.,i...i ,lr at Duxbury, and Mr. Thomas
Ni" irT ;,,t, ..,t ie Mr, A. is a federalift.

time more general y know id they note-n:,- % "ll .r.."..-
age the public concerns thi] as minch alioi- ', y, the 7th day of April next, is
ty and integrity, and re tey not at this r ,
inent. as much refipected hi very part of t .e *o:, d as fai day in : -I'. ,
County as their fucceffors: Did we ever he, -ay the eig th day .-.. 1 i t, is ap-
of their deriving ptrforalo: ivartage from Of J as a da of athg and Prayer in
fi-e, or as either of them the whs drawn the high prize (5,ooo
f an importar.t efion to his Ge:: dolls.) in the N. Tk Iotteryv or the promotion
Lamnd. Spc e/lati.es ? .et -- .- ,t' 0 o!'lmterature. It was fold to'M-c'rs. ISAAC TM-
candid citizens consider this fubi'cCL, dcide m. N0os & 'Co.
without prciudice, protcei with" unansinity, n the year 180o there were infpeaed in the'
and they will pro the p i e city of 2 to' 6,9,0oo <." flaves and heading,
and -l v thtpi.. .66 pipe, 'te ,bi7o, o white oak hhd.
lfeedford March 17, 1003-. N 1,717,50) white oak hld. ...; T-,70oo0af
1~ .11. .-. ... 1 1 A 010.000

As the choice of Senators is fooe to take
place give me leave to nam.t, a', a candidate
for the County of Lincoln, MAR K LANGDONs
H IILL, Efq. whofe dcharater and talents are
known and therefore need no commrnnt.-
His fituatioa in life and acquairtance with
that part of the Sttc, arc cxpcfftd to infure,
Shim a ge-nerous fupport. i A 4Farmer.

s .. .... l4.eK n if, ,o3.
Frwn PirtLAD'ELrt :, M'IARCH I'.

Yefferday arrived tl French brig La
Cerf, with Difpatches from the IHavanna, for
the French and Spauifh N ;;ifters.
Capt. Oakford, whi arrived yeflerday
finom Roten in France, bings difpatches to
our executive from our linifer in France,
who, we are told, is hearti- fick of his fitua-
tion, and wifltes to return.
We are alfo told, theleet which was to
leave France for St. Domigo, was to bring
out l5,000 troops for tha Ifland, and that
the troops for Nercv-Orleas were to embark
on board the fleet at Helviefluys on the 23d
of January A large feel for St. Domingo,
was to faii f'om Havre Jar 25.

In the Senate of the- U. ?. March A 1803.

On motion by Mr. LotAN, feconded by
Mr. S. T. MAsoN, That itbe refolved, That
the Senate proceed to the legionn of a Sec-
retary, and the other oircrs of the Senate,
at the comnmencement of tie next feffion.
On motion by Gen. 'ACKSON, it was
agreed to piftpone the coilideration of 'I,:
Refolution to theJbourt- ofMarch. Yeas it,
nays 7.
Wnen the f., ...;.- vote was paffed,
Meffrs. Ross and xt o, sas, were eblent,
and Mr. JONA HAN MASO, had *left the
city ; all of whom,, it is prifimed, wonld
have been in favor of the poilltmeent.-It is
honorable to the Senrate, that fo larg-e a ma-
iority of that body, are oppofed to the dif-
miHion of a faithful and iaeritorious officer,
whole political opinions have ilver inter fercd
with the .difehiarge of his duty, andl e hoffe
condud to all the individuals of that bodv,
has been uniformly regulated by thofc p-in-
ciples of refped which iris official connection
with them requires.

South-Carolina Ele sion.-At Georgetowni
and Santee Mr. HUGER. had .,), and Mr,.
BENTON 22 votes.--Jo-s BAYLIS EARL,
Elq. is elected a n'member of Congrefs, hby a
majority of 200 votes. Col. ELIAB MOO'RE
was the rival candidate.
The (/' Courier of March I, fays,
Mr. HUTGER, is re-elected a member of Con-

The faf&,that Tos PAINE was faluted
with the rogue's march at Trenton, is fully
It is fated, that PAINE haftened to
New-2'orl,' to have an. interview with Mr.
MTUNsa, previous to. his failing for France.
His advice muft prove of ..r. service to our
poor envoy.
The municipal government of New-TorA,
on the ioth intl. oidained, that any individual
who hall exhibit the I. -. of;rsy perfon in
that city, with a d. 'o'I ito ridicule fitch person,
(hall pay a fine of t.'- d/lor'lrs. T'or PAt iE
perhaps I thank the corporation for theif
ci odc2:,

ileadi]lg, ,t.15,9y redo U a u ia i i' y ,
bbl. ; cullings 767,700.

By the report of the governors of the N. York
Hospital, it appears that at the commencement of
iSo0, there were in it 144 patients : that in the
cotrfe of the year there were admitted 956 ; that
there were discharged 941 ;.that of thlofe difchar-
ged it were Africans, 472 Amnericans, ioo Eng-
li fnnisi:, S56 Irifimen, and the others belonging to
different foreign places. The laft year's expendi-
tures were lt,369 dolls.-ft is contemplated to
enlarge the building, fo'.as to provide apartments
for infine pcrfons.
1 .---- ~ ---- -- ,s-.--
... TfhT' -,nb ... of the Houfe of Bourbon
are feuattered over Edrope.-Louis XVIII.
continues at Warfaw; his coniort is at 'oil-
dungen ; the Count D'Artois, with his
)younger fo, thie Due de Berry, is in Scot-
land ; 'i, eldeft fon, the Duc D'Angouleme,
iand his Princcfs, the daughter of the murder-
ed Lo'uis, are with their uncle at Wartaw,
while the Lady of the Count D'Artoisrefides
at Klagenfurth. The three brothers of the
Orleans Family are in England; their mother &
fifler in Spain; thePrince & Pri3cefsde C..,,-.1 .
with the Duec de Bourbon, are in the vicinage
of London ; the second fon is at Ettenheim,
with the Cardinal Rohan ; and their unmiar-
ried daughter is in a convent in Switzerlad ;
the Prince de Conti is at Barcelona, while
hiS wife has her abode in the Helvetic Re.

Th, Truth' of a Travele .-Weld, in his Book of
Travels through the U. States, fayN, The great
roads arc fo little attended to, that the driver fre--
quently has to call to the piil'ehngers in the ftage t o
lean ont of the carriage, firft at one fide, then at
the other, to prevent it from overturning in the
deep ruts with which the roads abound. Now,,
g'tleme-n, to t5e right ;" upon which all the pafien-
gers ftretch their bodies half out of the carriage to
balance it on tliat fide : Now getlemn to tho elft,"
and fo on. This fretuentiy happens a dIozcen times
in half thlie numlr of miles. Such are the tra:el-
ler's ciimfo i in ,lm.r a. (London Pp:e'.tj

From an a'c/qJh/ paper of 26th December.
The hop duty for the prefeint year a-
mounts to nao more than r 25,094 2s id;
lail year it exceeded 20oo,ooo-fuClch is the
fcarcity of thte -ref':nit crops,".

Jdunfis E. Bolirnat: and Lewis Bollman, of Phi;-_.
It this town, laft evening, Mr. Samtiel Waters
to MifCs Betl'ey Einfon.
At Menotomsy, by the Rev. Mr. Filk, capt. Seth
Stone, of N. Saliem, to Mrs. Mary Hopkins, after a
fliort cout-tilip,
At Newcaft!,, capt. Geo. Kimball 'to Mifs Lu-
cretia A.nmazoa.
At Philadelhia, ( i en. l vjWr. M'Pherfom to Mifa
Eliivberhi Vhite, DIED,
At Dorchefler, Mr. Joha Jenkins of this town,
aged ,4. His funeral will be from the houfe of
.'-Ir. Ebanezer Niles, of that place, to-morrow af-
terrnoon, at half palr 3 o'clock, which the aelatitons
and friends of the fami!v are requested co attend
without .further invitation.
At S-NTem, 'Mrs. I-ildah Pcabody, aed 34 .
At Portfnouth, MI:fs Caroline Ladd, ; ed 17,'
daughter of col. L.add. Mrs. Beck; Mr. 'T'h. Al- I
At Princeton, Olier Davis, '7Ft. 7--AAt Spen-
cer, Paul Sibley, /Er. I- -At Wrceffer, Mr. Tona.
Gates,ZEt. 86--Mr. Samuel woodburn, T't ia-
At Wilmington, 1D iid Noble, e.-<-At Pirisld,
Mr. John Ellis, /Tt. 68--At New-S.Lem.' Mrs.
Prifcilla Fofier, confort of the Rev. Joel Folfter.
At Biddeford, Benj. Hooper, FItt fl-.. 'a.-- .a
Mcn.don, Mifs Nancy Daniels--At Hi-, gham. Miifs
Ruth Cufliung. ...
At New-York, Mrs. Catharine Schuyler, w.fe
of the Hon. Goe. P Shi Ivler.
At Philhid 'il. ; T Neilitms.
In South C -. .. ... I J:s. :ri :, 70.
At Savannah, Mr. W,'iUian Nethlcircea.'!:'.

^*^ari'G '^ ]f- ,,- *J.--'

L. .' ..' .i .s. I ip .
ifand vwas tranquil. Markets tolerable,; nit it-
barrafments exiled wich refped to exportations.
1,eft, capet. Davis .and Rice, of Bofton ; Smith of
Gluucele r; Brown,Fofler,Laketan,Ta, p ;iaa,i Nw-
eli, and Griffinof Newburyport ; Tate o: Sa:em,
and Motiey of Portland.-The Niabby,, 'T-tcomb,
of Newburyport, failed 2 days bhfooL capt. L. tor
N. York.-The f.B--, Webfter, ot Newyivryport,
failed in co. for Cba'rleflon.-The Hope, Day, for
Newburyport, failed the day before ; aifo,the Haz-
ard, (late Doty,) for Plymouth ; and capt. L. f::w
her under 'Statia'the .day after he failed ; f.,,.,i',d
.i TiP..l.-.1r..-r. account of ficknefs onuboar I U, c
Statia capt. ,. fpoke the brig Indtftry from Mar-
tinique, for .- i- ', .- **.- Capt. Lincoln, fai ed
from the Vineyard, in co. with a fch. from the
fouthward bonnd to Plymouth, andfch. Polly,-fronm
Trinadad, for Bofton.
THURSDAY. A- -. i P. i f.-yLyimbrner,Kt.Vin-
cents, 25 days. I ...t '. I'. i I. 1 ', ,
Statrs,Drummnond, oLt r.i, i : .. rit.a., -l I i.ir,)
days; Mayor, Appleton, of Butfon, for tcneaMsane,
in T-d O- Eagle, Fetheron, for -Portfmouith, in
15; Ll'!e John, Patmerfor, of Wifcallet, for N.
'. iii t14; Union, Trott, of'Kennebec, for Bof-
ton,in 14; Jones Eddy, M' Cobb, for Georgetown,
in 25 ; Betfey, Little, of Newcaflle, for a market
Hunter, Lamfon, for Newhaven, ini a; Primrofe,
Atwood, Chatham, for Bolton, iln 14; R.Ianger,
Paul, of Wells, for a market ;. M 1,1 ,,I r-t I-i .- i.
of Portland, for Bofton, Mar. ic I .- .SI i.,
Tabby, of Warren,ftor St.- George's River, in io
i,--- Polly, Paul, for Portfmouah, in 5; iMlar-
S:. Mary; Jenne, of altimore,.tfor a market;
Sally, Blunt, of Kennebunk, for do. or Boflon, x ;;
Herald, Paul, of, Kennebunk, for \.mn-,,, -, 4.
C.in 14; IFriendfbhip, Goodridge, for Wethersfield,
in 15 ; Victory, Rhodes, for Kenncbink, in 5 ;
Truxton, Merrill, for. do. Hannah & Maritia,
Colburn, for Norfolk, ready for fea; Clothier,
'.l h. l ..'. .r K ,C ,, 1.l .i ,k i .I j anna, I
f..- i'4 a b r: .r. ,'. ,.. ,r ." ._1 N- London,;il l ;
days; Start, Rollings, for Portfimouthi; Greyhound;
Langdon, of Bofton, for Savannaih., in 6 ; Favour-
ite, Hammatt, for Philadelphia in 6 days,-- 1 ,
Mar. lat. 33, Ion. .69, fliip Induftry, Dyer, from
'St. Martiins, f'rc N. York, loft hert mainniat aind
put in to Barbadoes to repair. Mar. 4, lat. 33,. ar
ton. 68, '25, tfip Anne, Robinfon, of 1 ortlaid, 6
days from Philadelphiaefor Port Republican.
Same d,,y.-Schr. Aumora, Charlefton, 9 days.
We wefe favored with the papers of that city to
the 3d inft.-Palffed, at the Vineyard, brig Sally of
Kennebunk, 33 days frni Tobago.
Coaflr arrived.-Adve'nture, Bradford, Newbero;
Eliza, Weymouth, Biddeford ; Harriot, Nafth,B:l-

CLEARANCES.-irig Frances EFl-. qprt-ogn,
Weft-Indies;,, fch. Mary, Briggs, l :.. i l.
James, Parfons, Liverpool.

New-2-ork, March 1z. No arrivals yesterday."
Baliiare, March 9-Ar. Ship Louifa, Douglas,
from Amflerdim.'
Norfo k.l March I--Arrived the Eliza,Bangs, Buf-
ton ; Martha, Bland, G.lafgow,.49 days.
Uhailfon, Mar. ", Arivedthe Columbus, Cheefe-
borough, Amflerdati, (6o tays ; Puver, M'Gowly,
Trinadad, a6, in diftrefs; John, Pratt, Liverpool;
39; Polly, Bradbury, of Newburyport, in diftrefs,
the was bound to Norfolk, and has been out 75
days,;" Orange, Ballard, Barbacdoes, in dilkiefs.

LEFT--At Madeira, Jan. as, the Fortitude of
Nantucket; John, of Portlandi; Little Jaue, Har-
ris, of Bolfon ; a brig trom Newburyport, in dii-
trefs, had loft her captain and two feamen over-
Brig Enterprize, Willcox, of Killingworth, Con.
failed from the River la Plata, on th 27th Oc1 i'aIt,
'i .' I 1. r v e de Grace, and brig- SteVens,.
of Portfmiuth, s. H. for.Rio Janeiro, both failed
on 4te 4th Odt. Cap Willcox left at 2one Vdeo,
flhip M narva, Hall, of Bofton, no prf ect of get-
ting a cargo, though raving permifikn,; thip M:Ary
Ann, O ney, of Providencc, nothing determined
by gove"nue)t i 1-'1,.,n, hex.- situation ; fhiip
Five Brothers, Breck, of Bsfloa, in expectation of,
a cnrgo and fai.ingfoon.
SPOKEN-March xz, fch. Thomas, tz days from
Bolton for Martinique.-Feb. .sa, fch.. 1a ella,
Truxton.-Jan. 31, lit. '5, .41, Ion. 53, SZ,' ipoke
brig Olive, of Poi tfmouth, from the River la Fla-
ta for Suwrinam, x6 day, out.-Feb. 1, lat. : 3, x4,
Ion. 48. fh. Orange, 24 days from Bath f,r Cayenne.
March 7, lat. 38, 52, Ion. 7i, brig W iliam, 'of N.
York, ia days ft on Bolon for Wil:i:ngton.-In
lea, 37, long 30, brig Jane, Match, trom Bofton t4o'
St. Michaels, out 17 days.-Long. 42, lat. 49, fehr.
Hope, Fofler, I days from i'i,,-. rl, boundto
Lifbon.-Long. 5o, lat. 42, ihip Hope, Ripley, at
9 days from Bofion, to Liverpool.

Ship Ametrican nEro, of Salem,has arrived at N. Y.'
from Gibraltet in 38 d:-s. Sailed from Barcelona .
in co. with the Fox, Look, for Bofton, arid Viitory,
Smith, Beverly--Lay 42 days at Gibra'ter waiting
a wind. Sailed Jan. 3-0. Left, brig Do.phin, Ty-
ler, of Bofton; 4 veffels with flour, one a coppered
fllip ; and a veflel with provisions.
In the gale of J;'n, i6,the Pomona of N. Yo k,
at Gibraltar loft b..ch boats, 200 bbls. flour were .
thrown overboard, and the reft of her cargo was
S There werein Savannah harbor,Feb.c3,; aoflhips
30 brigs, 33 fchooners, "4 floops,

The following official paper- hae been rcei, ed from the
The King, taking into coufideration the mer't
and services contraC:ted by tle honorary bearer cf
the royal audience of Carracas. M. Francis Figue-
t- s N. Vargu has been pleaded to grant him trhe
xcldafi: fiavor to export in S1;arifh veffels from the
ports of this island fifty thoulanJ barrels of Ho-ney,
and to return in the fame vteiTl anv itind of uteel-
ai!s, befitides iron iiflrem ents for ...I, rig-
ging, mafls, planks, honp-flaves, and houfe-lso'd
furniture, boxes for ;u;,;'r,hbarrels for honey, bran-
tl I .. 's-lard and tallow, pitch, tar, and rofin, oil,
flaxfeed, turpentine, apothecary drugs and com-
poundl drugs, tallow candles, fpermaceti candles,
rice,falt fiflt and beef, onions, and whatever other
piov!iions (though not free from duties) as lie lias

Gilbr tar, i'. 32,-Prices, here and up the
Streights, beef i8 dolls. pork ,5, flour 9-

TOHN FOX, No. 60, Cor;bill, has j-
rceeived for Sale, ani at'o:tmentof fine4-4IRISF
LINTNS,of the nirft quality. E fo.
A few pieces of fine Irifih SHEETINGS.
March 8.
I Few copies Malhamn's Gazetteer, 2 vols.
'i and Goldfmnith's Hitiory of the' Earth, 4 vols.
may be had at the BooKs roSRE and PranrNmi-Or-
lhrc inl iUn-o'-Street-,.o/on.

A large and ge'nerail alt tinv of BOOKS.
chieflyy byv wholefile) and where ioo :- are bmght,
1oi'., e':;hanged--and snew Books given for oad, if
it-good binding. ,
" .. ntearemen ini' ow6n and country, whole h-'v"
tHO s 'r Libraries of f'cond -o r. i ,, i-'..* or" t;,I.
rmay i (,i'tii, ti5 rhaps, s es h for h. oi ali'
c'ti1i as aboi 'as-at anv oter ".
'* A ] OURNt YMAN l:;"';r? *t.v
.V,:rcZ-i gO3, I,,,


Comnm onwealth .of Massachusetts.

'r thbe Hon. the Senate and IHife of Reprefe',
.! t.ti'z,, n G.'-ral Co'irt affrmbled, yI0ne 13Ot,
S!-H^ Pchiic,n of .MARSHALl
..i .PaIrG l!'J''lb'v Shews, .'mil he is
S principal! Crreditor and Agent for i1f. Heirs a
.La', Of ROna'T .lEAiNIa, late of f-'aferfwr.n, i:
the County of "iddicex, y. lm .1 '. .i. 1 :-Tha
Adminiltratiorn upon hisEftate has never beenhad
that he died abroad and indebted to fundry per
fons, forne of whom, have fince his death obtained
judgment against the faid RosrwIr as if in ful
life, and '" :2 iit,' I r 1 :. ..r t ecution on hi
real oftatc. ru :\i,, u ...i u. ,i r C, ,-ditors of fair
dr,.' d rd tr, H, t, ii. ; a L, .. our petition
rr tl.r. ei r._ p: n',i ii,. J.'r,.t Probate tfo
the County ."' may be authorized anr
empowered to gram .. l:n:l,;ilr t ic.. upon the faid
RoBaxer's Eftate; il.. .liii,. ,iri.:J by law. for
granting adminiflratiori on laid Eftate !,.' i
elapfed ,...wirifl i '.--. E-md in duty I'auad
will ever 'prj, MA 3 .liAl.I. SPRING,
ly hi. Attorney, Wm. HUNT.

'I, S r ', 2, 1803.
ON the Petition of N T.% .1.1. Sv.r:,
praying that the Judge of Probate for Ith, C..uai
of Middlefex, may be .'r ..r,,e.l to grant Admin-
iltr.rj'i ..u the Eftate of R. 1- p r LT ,r,.' -. late
f W4':. rr.owri .11 "the' in' .'u. Cai It c ,lfd
Qrdered, That the Petitioner give notice
of his Petition and tiii, ui d. r It,. i. '" aadiirin
the fame to be publifhed thelr l .... it, ,. .fi cl ."
in the Independent ChronicL r. 'J .\ ~ .5., r P...
diimn, the laf- ..A.;, f.. -,t,.. I t lity days at leaft
previous to th.. ifrd '.'. .. i.1. i ', 'li ir '. ; L
of the next Geieral Court: .That} all pI.r iir,
tereflted 1ii,. ei, i',.,, t -,..n "ip' .-. r nd ,.'t : ,u
(ifany ih I.-' li t% h 'a, 'r o 6f ri.. i r,'n..n
Ihouldnori b.t- ii. o .
erc J j'. ,, fi.r Crn,:,r'* n* ,,')
". .R Pre de,,t.
In the Houre of .,rfrtatiie, Alrrch a, i8o01.
Rc., d ,,d :. -.. i. Jr)OTT J -'F S .. ...

Sr. \"'..l. CI I..N, .: ,, of the Senat.

1'o 1le H,',iiorll.. the ullhic- ul rthe
Court of Geneiral Sffions or r'i.. P.....:. begun
;rnd holden at .j'.. within and fo- tl,. .:..uiL,\
of Suafll, on the" fill Tuefday of July, A. D.
*1 8 0s '
SHE Petition of the Proprietors of
T the Salemt'urnipke and Chelfea.Bridge Cor-"
poration, represents; rist in ,nii] i.,- ai 1,'.. .; 'ii.
paffed the 6th day of March laft, and mit lihil.-.
the faid Corporation; it is provided, r it il, Jinrl;-
ces of the Court of >.- ..r il r .-l .;'ui .I' th. e P .'ie
in the refpel dive Cu'ure t. l, I.. i .' '.1
Turnp;ke Road pafles, fihal be authorized, on ap-
plieatio'i f-irin '1 1 LI'. -,, il .t..' I (.ui ,inch ,d.
orany p ir e !-,er.t.. 1 ., i., r ir i p..r jri-
di& ions, v.'il, rI... i.-.' ,r. u, thl 'pl.":.'- .
they may think proper. And th.t ,l l., 'i L...r-
poration hi'.l bic h iu n 1 -. [. -i 1 JI ..do" .1 e ..
flhall arife to .r.t p .11t m Ly L ii...,; h1 ii.1 r. l r.
fuchRoad, '.vlien t a,.,,. t be 'r .J t,.'' -.iunnr -
rv a. W ci hl' i'n ro lI-. .. ii e.1 l .. i ',nti,,-MO t e ap-
pointed b the C. rci ..i I.-,, ...... L'lr.o,.. '. f tihe
Peice,'in the C.: u :i '*. i. In:1. *i ,rvs ila 0 l1
arife-faving to either party a .right of trial by
Jury, according to the law which' makes provilionf
'for the recovery of damages happening, by lay-
ing out public highways; 'T'hat part of-faidroad
pall's through the town of Cheilfya, in faid County
of&Sufbl. Wherefore,the faid Proprietors pray this
Honorable .Coirt, to appoint a Committee for 'the
purpose, and to caufe the faid Road to be laid out,
with theconfent of the faid Proprietors, fo far as
the fame exti.1 ;ii. t l, F.d;J County of StffWk a-
greeible to the prj -.'ii..' *,- n the faid ad. .
Agent offaid Prfpritors.

SSu'otrsti .IE .
Court fGeIneral Seffons of the Peace, bvegr.,
,,i,' '. .' Prfton, within aid for the Coanty rcf
',, "ilk J.'1' / fuly,' Ano' Domin,
one t/'ouf.,nd i -.. ,- .- '-
To 3ELEC'.r ri FiE. Ei. L)r.VWM. Sroo0s-
ERW, MWr. S 1'. O '-.:, L ., lEtq. JNo.PH ILLIP:.,
E fq. all of Bajion, in tl1e County atorelaid,
and ABIeAH HASrtrGSs, of iChelfea, 'in the.
Counlitr ,' .iefa,3, c.tl'leman, Greeting :
1t-it-P r > [~i,Liciu has been prefented to
the Court, at this term, by NATrUAN Di'sA, Efq.
Agent of the Proprietors of Salem Turnpike aud
Chelfea E:3:;,. Cc': r -.r.n, 'v.,',h :i', t;ion is
hereunto ann.. L ... p.. a ,.''' H..n. i .l ,'. .ourt
to lay out aI- l-1.it E.... d c.r Hi i.i'..2 r...-,, the.
Tuo r, .i (i, '4- frid Couuty,and to eftiimatethe
Sd..r> *g.- '* _'.. lii ill .'rn', to'any Perfoni or Perfons
from laying t fti "uch Pbluic Road, Now you,'the faid'Peieg .Coflin, Wm., Spooner,
Wm. Sherb.urne, Jno. Philiips, arid Abijah Haft-
ings, are appointed a Committee for the purpofe
-of' laying out the Road, or Highway, mentioned
in the Petition hereunto.-an.nexed, and to eftimnate
the Damages which fall arife to .any Perfon or
Perfons by rcafobn of laying out 'Taid Road, or
Hiwini,. 1 And before you.proceed, on faid- Bufi-
nrar, l.i' fe' r,i JI Notce, to all Perfons, inte-
xrelitd,,.i rh n, L in l. place '.*-.., ie,.:r,, ; and
t' I.. und, .- a', i .. perform f as .1 irs'-.., accor-
ding to your biftikill and judgment. All which
having don, you, or the. major part of you, are to.
make retu'.n thereof, under your hands and
feals to the next Court of .Geneali Sefions of tha
Peace, to be he!d in the County aforefaid., after
faid service flhall be performed; and have your
then this present Warrant, with yr,., D1.II .: th",. .
on as aforefaid. i'i-,,' ,,
At ,,.fonth *': 6' farc',AnnoiInii,8 sd3.
1 Li)[ .,'.&11 ij CKSO.W, Clerk,. :

The Committee appointed as afore-
faid, have agreed to .4il;..-.i,. .r the Tavern ine'ir
tri F '--'. .'.':.", oi M i. 1,.. the aSlih i i ..i
.I.i l-.- lt mt .i "'', ..-k '. i i ;i ..r an.l thn r to
co tnereuce tike i'. .,','' iL ind ].i '.'. ,.. I >'. ,.i the
duties affigned them by the Court of General Sef-
fions of the Peace for the County of '? .' -.
forefaid. Andafl'pc.rfons and parties :.i,,l. 1 ,,-i
the Premifes, are here) rc.4a I.. '- Lak. notice,
and govern ti, I ., ...s nag!.
P. COFFIN, Chairman.
March. S8, 1803.
". ,',r r .*
'OTI'CE is hereby given to the Non-'Refidcnt
_A Owners of the' .ots-of .ba-.d armentionued hIe-
low, in the townl of F...i.. iu the. county of Cuialer-
ta--l ftate of ./i r ..'.,, that faid lots of Luend are.
taxed as follow ,., i'.,ii' .esmmiitted to me the Sub-
fcriber, to collect, wvi.
N,. of Lots. .Range. No. of Acres. Tas D. C.
.; and '14 3 oo 0 4 4o0
E.hah'ofl9 7 55 zI '6
2 8 too o So
a,8 9 o00 1 S0
Aind a Schosl-Hroufe Tax on Lot
aS 9 100oo o 90
And unless faid Taxds,withli intervening charges,
are paid to me, the Sabfcribcr, on or before Meon-

day, the 16t.', day of May 'ext, at r o'clock, P. M.
fo much of fiid Liand as will be sufficient to pay
the f-ame, will then be fold at Public Vendue, at
the houie of NATHAN WoonDoutr, Innholder in
Laid Paizi.
Paris, Fe,. t4. [M. 18.] Calleor.
\ Fvw thoufaidi Spanifh l milled' DOL-
L' q wanted, for which a premium will" be
*p4 !<', Aij)ply at N'e.x I,, Sfes Wkarf-or No. 36,
J. --WD,:rf. ari 8. :.."

fI c rl, %trcrt Zl"Intrc.

T ILL ..- prefented, for the iril add only time
S th;" .feif,; the much admired Comedy, in
a 5 ads, cl .ld, .
The Fay to Get MI rri,'.
n Mr. BAitRRTTT, in the charaxder 'of rTANGENT -t,
w ill introtii..... a H r F i.: in Chains.
Sir -c. u iri. .' }fee 3:1.'.] .

11 To which will be added,fer the.fecond time here,
s -a New Grand Pnt,:.,n,, I".d,
d lHnl- Lin aJ,'rer:
- Or- [he Power of Magic.

T i. ? 'r.- ir .. ( r,i r. r ,. .c 'i I,:- n l ex-
r ecuted by M r. L .-**i "1 I.. l.:Icnery
r an d cco r i.r, ni, r p.:. :d Li., T.rr h .. iu "
l iLF ...' r, ; ,.',, 1
In the tOci..I, of tl... Pl i t.. mini- the r.,lli,, ;r;.
i h ... ..at., I ",:k ,C i r.,1 & c.

iTr..' v -a ; .. .. r ., .. t ,.
T Vr:m atavr T. ..7, ..-- i'a. -'

Tran.forM 's. / .i,,t- i ', ;,' ,'.. -. I '.,!
'with a Fieny Cr. '. .
Scene the laft, Jtfcos'ei. thx e 7.,.,'j /.- r
S lB, tnii .. .. .', "
&iku HD .', .. ,', l,',, ,-- .,,.l ,, i ..
u. .',* z t..1. NCE.

.il -' l ;, l ,' ll .rl,* l,0,. r I n.i' '.
C-,.d r .. .l. ., ,., r L.,.. h -i i l i.,r ,. -

.~' I. IPO T : 1 1.cr
Cents. This Poem, on a similar design with.
t I r e" .. ,, Joussoai, has an quial.titleto an,,
itial li"are of merit, ri aii.,- *.,ce the chalitv'
of Giro-aR with his juit e ii'.in.. M'arch.. 8.

,1 [P,. TU RER ;T,.I n. ...-t'r,!y infornes
i- Ii; Fri drJ- md the i'.iJ that hle (fil

DANCING,'andd th.a, j *i., .. ......,I, f. r the
admiflion Ti" Mfaers anid Miies, wil! open' onH
TUi .-D .i- F.'"I .4 .o'clock A. M. and'
,,.. w i. .. n, -:k I, ..,:,| C i 'b ,1,0r..1 J, til
ieaf on. ,
The regular days-for the Firft Clafs will be-
-,, I F. c i..r l.; fe- r'd T n. i-
d i t ', e, .,
N. L. i,.n. '. f, rs'at Entrance
and eight t Im). t i ,1 i r Or ,i ", i "/
VJ -' 7..'.V T .;'. .
T -HE iDireao-. L, -.V .,, *' '. i.eby
notified, that ;r. iih-,. r '!...,'ng vill bhe
1,'. 1 i J.Q.AODAMS (.r .. .-,.the third
Saturday of March, at 12 o'clock, A.. '.
March r8..
i r'l ,ll a.. ,,li.
N OTICE is herebygiven, That the Seuni-
Annual Divid-end will be declared and paid
-at this Bank, on Monday, the 4th day of April
next, & thaton all transfers made :,ii.r I 1., i, lii,
oft March inft. and before the ift day of April next,
the Dividend will be declared due to the Perfons
holding the Stock, on.thie faid aTft day of Marche
inft. -i i. .-1-, Prfoii.,t and l Di .
.. r ,I-..E EUIJRROUGHSi C.;ti,.
M- M ard, i 1 .:, : : .. ,

S rrIai'.' Te.:iiC
"-- l'r opr lll rT in -Ir li" 1 i.-p IL 11 ..X
S.. ,-,. to GRa 's Ropewalk _in
-'- ''-; ';-: ..... w ] "':

'-T'}'7 C.mtMrTTEE,1 chofen to con-
r i.-.- th. lnbjr.''of a _BRIDGE from the
South cI ... '. *, to DsrclJ er, are requefted
to mact at the S6ledihen's Room, on lMUNo av,
ztift ift. at xi o'clocik-at which time 'snd place
'the Petitioners, and others concerned, are likewirfe
requefle,. to attend, dAfr'h r 8.
HE coinexion in bib:inefs betweci," "i.Ail .
under the Firm of WILLIAM DEXTER, is this
day, by mutual confent, 'diToivecd. Thofe who
S...,, i, .. i.. 'r.. requelied to call and receive
Vli..zi .i I, ..l who are indebted, are called
upon to make immediate payment.
B. fj, M frch i., 1803. .
,. L :.o l: n eiT,.: ii i.. p -.i'n. .. l.. -'th,. H .,.
f -o t .i n o i ,o 0. E.,1 JE,,!,i.. EI rbre
for.the county of Sifk to receive and examine
thc c'"i-na, t'- c ,- d Creditors to F!. 'rii: ..-f
J'0iL I i Pil'.. .N' late of BVlson, in faid coun-
ty, formerly of the Ifl d of ''addeir, merchant,
deccafed, represented infoivent, hereby give no-
tice, That by Order of the General Court, a fur-
ther time of, three months are allowed to the
several Creditors to bring in arnd prove their
Claims, and that they will attend that service orw.
the third Thurfrda oif this and the two following
months, from 6 until 19 o'clock, PI. IM. at the houlfe
of JAcol Ki.NDu.xLL, State-fJret, Bfon..
Bofon. M.Drch 6,803. 3
NTO 1CE is hereby given, That
N T the Subfeiriber has been. duly appointed
Adminiftrator ,.-Imnii ea, on the Eftate of
late of-B'floe, in the County *.l r.',i Silverfmith,
deceafed; and has taken upon Iimfelf that Trufl,
by giving Bonds as the Law direAs. And all per-
fons ., i, J.. niands upon the Eftate. of the flaid
lose.:'|[ Li ,. i v are required to exhibit 'lie fame;
and all perfons indebted to' the laid Eftate are
called upon to make payment to
..' ..Ci :. j.j.IL .1 ,' ', .de boA is no,,.
Boflon, MarDch .18, 1803.

LOST, yesterday afternoon, between No.
to' .o,,,- ",':"'* ,'" and the T, a red Morocco
Pocket Book, containing a number of Bank Bills,
and fundry Papers- Whoever will give informa-
tion of itto the Printers thaji receive generous.
reward. DAVID RIDER.,
March 18.

T7.T.ANTS enmpioy--A micidle-
aged Man, who uilderfiands c..,.J.,!r,.t;ir,'
the buinefs ofa ''"'.l' :. Store, is well aicquaint-
ed in the navigation line, writes a pretty good
mercantile hand, underlands accounts, and can
produce a good chara&er..
"arch 1. Inquire ofthe Printers..
S TORE No. 58, Ann-Street. In-
kJ) quire at faid flore.. March. t8.

f'. :,:' .-.'o H'a .,
A HOUSE, near the centre of the
town, or at Wefi-Boftn, with three .lower
Chambers, at least, a Stable, &c. for which a
generous rent will be paid. Inquire of the Prin-
ters. "" .March 18.

C ASH given for BARLEY, by A. DUNLAP,at
his Brewry,'r.eaverett-Streat. Aug. zo.

SFOP B L- :, .

i-J"-' -'THE Err. THARRIOT.
,- ... ip.pply to -I PP F li- i D No l"

LO O bbls. upet'ri- i:m Jd i.tI- LOU'R, or
good terms; 3 pipest Ceuntry GIN, very good
qnality. -" i Mjr/i-rt8,

-Psj d'. .or Cic til r.r Pafl;... -
-"is^S^ *~'lv 'h,' I" AN'iL \P.f.EN i'
N,. : '-.':" 7 7'4, or th,." ( r-v i',: ,;.n l .:,rd h ,1 ,
N-.. 4 'a-
- "--:.n.-. t'.: ,-.. : ........- t ,
ThE:, fchr. WVILMOT,
_'- 'c "^ am'es ffbcbjhe, maafer, will take
.. r ,,.I,,, a P. :.r ,.-, ,1a f pppliel
.. I..r cu, ,,llr '. ir.nq ir of the
M after, on boa -i -. ?-.--.-- ', ..,r -01
f".A\ i[N, Oi' I ,i.LtR,
Alarclj 18. 2,. LT 14 1.,.---'L.,
j si; E, --7 --7E
-At No. 6o, Lbng-Whrf,
.:.'. Ihbls. Pin l:i.Jclpin i ne 'l, i., p' f tin, Flour,
30 boxes 7 t 'Cr -,.n Cla,';, I .
20 crates 1. '.rr.,..I V t'., r : -,'iles upland Cotton
20 boxes i.3'andI i ; in P1. P;1 ; 3 tons Bar Iron,
'4 hhds. ,,n, .-y .bi.. i" .r -. ,
I hhd. ..,re --'T" -i .. ,..
S patent Cahsoofes; two Anchors, Venelia Red,
Fp ". 1 i, .-;, c,.'1,"1 V ; ,iI e, ( u,,rurI I ,rI icc. 1, r.
E'CH I1 i-G'lE tn ./._ ,., ,.'
M ach 18. E .
--- vD l-P rct, jLiln.
o i jj-, e.,
MNE Cahle, 12 12- ch,.r fhn', ;
Hemp, R ii ..n. ; : ,u.- F ,. i.. ,
S lr s ir ,. -,[ ., 1.....: ,, 1 ',. i, R.,
30 boxes fperm. Candles, soo do tallow--a fev'
bdxea oby 8. Window OGafs. &c; March 18.
spiritss of -rv ,,.',.7, Varnijh.
Fewcalsi 1r.,,fTurpentine &Varnifh,
; 'It r.-,a vr. i rtrin i Carolina, and for fale,
by I C" \ i'- ". i i i"a r, ,P V j.. r .
,-/ h- I m.... .. inmjam rim,, li.n
Beef, and Pork flnip Bremd ; Claret Wine, ofex-
.cel!ent quality in cafes of two dozen each.
A i,-ch 18. '
:" YOR W.'I 1- "
/.t o. 20, I -rTi./rf;
S-t ,,,-, i, .,,, i r i n,,
Run Sli r ry u.%; in' ,. '. r, V;o, ;, .
of a fuperiorquaityv, iu pipes, half pipes an qr.
cafks, ;,..,., L u. : p ,;r,,,. F;. : ,
in hb ds. bbh. and ba. i, ',, o '. .i ,,
Bohea an .t S. : ,,-, T ,, p, ,,,,. P ImI ,, I
Ravenis Dick, Hemp, Rtuffa Ironfanftbrted Swedes
do. Win M. c'4 i "i. n. '
:' iriliu, Coolidge,
Ar-. "" ,
t'[ [' c.,il, ?\e L ... .... ..,.
1 gars, b. l- '3' 0"1 1 -",'0"L.-i, 'iLi' h.p -
fine Flour, oo IYes 7 by 9 a nde 6 t., 1 i '; :
bbis. M el.. ,i,,l f 1 ,' : .Ll.l .B s.d ..-: Nn,.
I and 2 I'. k it, ,f Sugar,' .1'i. d Sng rs in bags,.
fiilchoug ",ii',j f I l.kin Tea, mou'd and dipt: Can-
dle-A' $po Ox 1 J.-. vcry large and in excel-
lent order, .March xS.
---- .. -g '.. 6
. Fw hblds. of Guadaloupe SUGAR--or fale,
13 0 No. 3,JCILBY-STRtE6eT.
-- 1 ,{1 .. m111a ...

R'L .-i I' IT Li "acquaint beir Frlends of
%. heir ls --.. ..... i, Ce.ilto
," t xia s'r-sT,-iET,
'.... ..l. ,, 'Mi efelrs T. K 1' .c..'. ,,nd Co's
'Aiiu iui-Otticc, arndnsear'iy .i".lii' ,i *f J, .EP-
CooLUItnG and SON's Storet-whee mtiey have for
file an affortinment of ENGLISHi ((fF1. They
: p, : by the in 't i'.ri, --i llt.. aml'i'; t and ex-

S1 o.".l'"n 17N> L-0 1 '
.1 OBERT I f '5'1.1 \, No. 13, P,i ,,'e-Sl, ,
corner '.' is appointed Agent to
vend at liis Shop, the highly eclelrateil
I Li' I .,1 l' 1' l) otor BEA s.nlY:, of G. ,linr i.
IT:- P-,'Ihi is highly cilceaed for its fafe
and efilcacious virtues in curing >ainmfl tfores in
the breafts of females, which attacks them at a
time when they are tlie moft unt to bear the in'-
tolerable angi'ifli which they ocailon. It gives
relief often when tl'e ikill of thePhyfician is baf-
fled; and is a finfe'remedy in th., hands of every
wonian or nurfe. It hlias alfo great celebrity, from
many years experience, in the hospitals in Engh.lad,
for the cure of external iucers, .id Pl-I cn: .
lores with calous edges, fealds, ',r .., cili. I ...11 .,
corns, fchrofulous force, bruifes. contifirons, chaf-
fings, fprains, and dihoc ated joats, and contrac-
tions of limbs, &c. &c.
No family or fea medicine chliu' ought ever to
be a day without a fipply of it. 'he various brui-
fes and wounds to which feiamenare liable, firolng-
ly point out the neceffity of havilg'at hand a me-
dicinc fe eafy in its' aplicatitn and fo certain in
its healing powers. Direnions ind Certiilcatcs of
Cures, a.icompanyn each box. i. Ire 75 cents per box..
Marft! i, 6w.
O NE, undivided Fourth-Pirt of Townhiip.
S. Number Five, situated on Sood;dc-River, in the
county of lw/a/hington, in the Diflriet of'Maine.
Alfo, One undivided Fourth-Partofan ex-
ese<'nl. new Saw-Miill in laid Town, whic h coft
ipwalrrds of 4000 dollars..
The fettlement of the Town'hip is rapidly
increafiisg.fronr iei excellence of the land and the
great advantages attending iis front situation ,
being directly opposite the flourishing city of Sf.
AnJre'cs, in the ritiflr Province of Net-r,'V.nfiriit',.
and its iidmirabilc pofitimn Lor the various branches
of T rade and T .... .t ,
Any perfon dnipoled to purchafe is requef-
ted to call, for further information'refpec'ing the
above defcribed premilfes, on
PE1EG COFFIN, or i , *,(flateof
JOHN CAL LENDER, .Tho: Br'ewcr.
Bo 2oor, Mlarch 18, 1803.
r.,,' "--''' "'.!'Ll.
T O BE SOLD, an e~celent FARM, in the town
.L of Fratningham, beautifully lituated near the
centre of the town, within three quarters of a mile
of the Meetingi-houfe and Academy, lying on the
road from, Wr'f,:r to Boilon; and but'twenty-two
miles from Boli, Market. Said Farm contains ro6
acres of land, So'of which is covered with a bt~aau-
tifu! growth of Wood, the molt diflanut part of
which is not more than half a mile from thIe build-
ings; the remainderoffaid land iasan ee-ualpropor
tion of tillage, mowing, palturage and orchard.-
The buildings are a large and convenient Houfe;
Barn 41.feet'by 30; Shed, Girainery, &c.; all of
which have lately been putin good and complete
repair. The Farm is watered by a never-fadling

ftrean running through the'fame; with a large a.id
beautiful Pondjb'i;iing the Farm, with an excellent
well of water at the door. There are but few, if
any fituations on the road more pleading. The
whole or part of laid Farm will be fold, as may
heflaccommodate the purchaefcr. For terms, apply
to the Subfcriber ii. ".' ... on the prenifes.
Ca"amerbham, lGVErch 18, 18o3. .
''XCHANGE o0 /.,', .":' ad .' 1. rdamrn
' for fale at No. 49, L.orn- 5 I,.'t.' Zk.March iS.

-.: On TLl'.DAY i,:::;tt 1i. o' !,ik .
At i. K. JoeLes & Co's. Oflice,
b On .tberz'lcrdt, "
TIFTY bbls. Englifl Gunpowder, in lots
lat Cto fil pi.t;clh ,cr.. 'I "' I ..4:,,, .
5 caV1- al(t.icWd Gafs \Wire, confilinri of
plain, flowcctd ',,,j :li'..d Tumblers and Mugs-
72 r.'e, I ...., d fci rubbing li uBIrl.,-i il, S'n:'..,
-- d,,. S-lToun.
-1" ".1.-. 1'ait ii

V.-h,'cie S0i,.f at 7! ion.
On WEDNESDAY, 23,.- ,ii,rrc.., at, '
S above Office,
'' VFNr '-r(even pack g. HE HGCF O',i t.
Lrla..t a Bankrup it,i ni i.. in i .t,
iJ f'-u 'j. order r of tlhei hi.c.s, r N.ot, A Ill
i-, e,,lorfirs, payable in 2 and 4 months- .
.,' ...- -- -1 i 9-8, ,nd 6-4 L',P.brc M ulfiru,,
part rhim *iI .,I,.J-
S-4-4, 9-8, and 6-4, Black, Mnllil. Mull Mul;lin,
and Cambrice, p rt .: .ii-Li l ,p, rir., m .i d id-
S'-.; & 1-4 ',,-.r, d t .ed. i..ppcr, Be.u ., j.ac-
"Oirl, & Ne"tdi JI rkeJd lulhir. -
D.iior 0.. p,r coi f enm lip.. riir.e- Coppcrplii -
and fur u'm ,lle-r,.~n, d Clir.c., ,rl ( .' Ir em--
Vhl.' & C. ,i.-.,.d ] i. -- C ,e :k.. ..- l |l., Oui-
t l -" b l ,- L ir,i d .' n,.r.r%'s. hirt CS.,'.. n ,-1,'! -
,ii. J,-., i\ .c.a I-, .-,nid willed do.- l.adi es' long'
,1I. .- -- :, .Ir.,- li ..... I ,i-.ila,,,l,-- [;i, .Linens--
h i c c C. a, .. .. ,,.,i e --
''roiik. Calicdes- *-
o Baies Bedticks-
Bale full r 1 i. ri' ,,5 CI., ili-.
l r, 1 Bli,. C I IT- ,*. '..1 -. -
i I'rt-..' l'rii"..l t, r d 1lki.-'. -,.r., Umbrellas
I,:, I'-l>s -c'L 1 .lilrrtcd 4-4+ -ind -- irilh

lr,:,,,:.. i. l'h. ,In '.si r.. Ji y mn ri ii'd o it Ir,..r
P'.1 rN.. ',rhr '. l'i n ,
S 'S a i.r a,, ,iLc ._r0c, .l, -,rt 9 o'clock; and con-
tin*,.t i P. 1p Ir\ mn J.i', to d..9 nitil hit
w 't.ir is clofed. '
_." Purchafersare r.qiqied 1o ar,'i ..h ,"I.
I. U 'j n. 6n .j
^ Private Sale-A 1 3.1 ,r, L-,n n. ,...r -. 5,; i|.-|.

-- -.- ri

-AF- THE '1hipALN'lIAC'at C
_.-1"'-, f..._ 'h- *ArIL..1 t ,-- I,'h ..t tilh
,I vi it 'h ,c *.-...: -- :.id
fheathed and coppered ab, ,v lih,. w ier m irk,
with'allherTarill... -i .-ipp.rc B,'t, t:c. I'di r
firable to the patr.h-,.f r, .:-edit 11he ," of ]
1.2 or I5 months, fgr approved security, bearing
r,ter it t-ir., theft ale. j RIPLEY, Aua',-.
THIS DA..ti o-, cI. C .
At the Houfe of Fea,. ", ', .. -,app

I I- ri it C1 .. LD I C.- .' i, h
ht*,," ,. C ?
varie:t, of itlhc -Fmrnlire "

r H E c.l ,.or tmi_ Ic.,ooi,'ir-...11' ,-" -t ,(
Guadaloupe, conlifting of- a rrm
24 hhds. SUGAR,ofa go.. L..
r ,o L-.. I o o ... ; .:.
o100o0 wt green COFFEE.; .
6 hhds. MOLASS.ES. '.
C,.'..,; "-.'.i ppiu -. Notes at 6o days. A
S. BLAi.,i-E, .f, ,
TO-MORP. )'.V, at t o'clock, "
Oppofite :he r,.... ,.. -. '-:-.- ., .
A H'indlrmr.: bay HO '-.l1. 4 y)eai. old,
Sa goes Well in c .'1 i .d faddle,and warranted .
Ti..[OJ.RO', v, it I u ',,. ., .
aLAbe Prsraies, Battery-lane, near toe beaded of Jeffrey
.. i ir..ll' a 't ., ,/, .' ,hA-end,
A C,, ,n'ir:rit three story Ki-'clhiri-H cil,
three rooms on a floor, with Y .r.I V .
i'On t'-.NDA k Y intI, ill [i:r-ch, -
',t Ms., Foflic'a Var" Prool's Sail Loft, on i aB'rrett's
W' nrf at XI o'dolk, .A (
ACo ci. .-A iT.: part new, suitable for a
L i.,[ of 4o00.tons.: The above fails may be o
viewed auy. timOe pr-.ious to th! fale. i pi
So7e7fhi :: '..'.' .. E h DAL'- d
S4 ; the '' ." 4 rit next,
HEfollowing RE-. ls ATE' (with
out exception one of the ,11 Stands in B.f- ft:
5of,,) fituat J ii -. -. -. 1 -. ''..
The ]RI'i'K. HOU- .>.', 'u.. i, four
flories high, the upper one ofv. i lc, k' butue-
laft fimmer, with slated roof:, now .. ,p'..d by
the..Subfcriber, with a back Yard Ie t ..- to
Fitch's Alley. A f.o,- .,
A finally Houfe adjoining -faid Alley and`" T
Yard, belonging to the fame Eftate.
The whole will be- fold together, or fepa.
rate, as may bell fuiit the purchafer. The Houfe
fronting State-frret now rents for eleven hundred dol-
lars a year, and is fubje& to a Leafe (at aid rent)
for four and one fourth yLtars. The back Houfe"
on Fitch's Allky' rents for three hundred dollars, and
is not flubje.t to any particular Leafc.
Tie .*;, t1.., "Salecare, one-third-of tb. pu r.irefc i
money to be paid on delivery of a d..l, ,,'.: 0 .i
of the refidue in fix months, the remainder in nine
months with interest. For a more particular
defcription apply to Mr. GREGORY CLARK, or
C. HAYWARD, Aa&'r.

On THURSDAY, z8th day of April next,
At It o'clock, at noon,
BY virtue of an order of the Supreme Judicial
A i. Cciurf--
A I)welling-H6iufe,with one acre of Land,
fituate' in Lincon, between 14 and i5 Smiles from
Bojan, on Cpncord road, and 3-4 of a mile beyond
Jofeph Rufl'ell's Tavern ; laid Dwelling-Houfe is
Swell irniflhed, and in good repair, has two large
Roois on a floor, II.11... I.,ji, and a commo-
dious entry of f'cven feet wide, with it hanrfome,
flaircafe, a linter, cellar, and good well of water.-
The Land is completely walled, with a large nhum-
ber of fruit trees, which have produced five' bar-
rels of Cyder in a Scafonthe situation is very plea-
fant, and worthy the attention of any person wifh-
ing to retire into the Country, or of becoming a
The Conditions of file will be made known at
the time and place of fa;e.
Boflon, March iS, 1803.

To he Sold at Aumion, on IVEDNESDAT'
6th dav of April next, at x ."..' *'. *" .",
A Double D\VELLIN G-HOUaE,fiti-
ated.in 'fyoiner's-reet, in Charle7onwn-w tl cal-
culated to accommodatee two families, and will
probably be enhanced in value by the Bridge,
about to be erended at lCarlesown-Piunt. Thetcrais
.will he c.,r-u.il ..il. 'a, r the refidue on a lif6e-
fal credit upon fatisfa&ory security. ; Forfurther
particulars, inquire at the Unio,-Banh, of
Valuable Real E/late-.by Auaion.
On TUESDAY, 5th of APRIL next,
Will he expoed to Sale,
T HE DWELLING HOUSE of.the late,
Mr.W MM.DAWEs,deceafedfituate in Ann-Strwt,,-
near the Market-It is prefumed that the value
.of that Eftate is fafficiently known, wyit.louit any
comments being made thereon.
Sair t be oan the 'remifer, at I. o'dock, noon.
_'F' Condition wMill bemade ,nhaen, at -th lime and
-!a:e of ..:e

S. AL L s BY Ac ," '

-. TH i'DAY,at'ii o'o. ,
S. h.ix., i:ricr -I ,tlas- -
IHIRTY calks Gii,r.- ," .
-1 F. CT:' ", Chefis Hyfon and Soc.':i...- ,
,hd.. q,. Cr, Run', 3 do ;li. i' .
4Q reams wrtin p._ e--,2 `o pit -,: Duck,
So boxes H,'.,' ? '*" ',. ..,. Dok

On TUESDAY newxt, ,', .
F TGHT EN \ priar.,; c fefli imported
.4 cu.e.ia, ,ic c. r'n .. 'crr..- -
4 1 li ; liiic id n'"j n C ,'" ,:,., '
4,3 do 11" tijnb-.burcj in,- f tE wor ed'Musflins
i do. Dimoties, foome very. fine, .
,l ii l i't iid ', .i rl i 1, r. .
a Ce: !;rieSi H '.dn'i:] r,: ,i :
e l.a'i hn.. c ,uic. n iC rhT l J ".
S I tai i.nm n,:.lc' .i nd ii mr ,'. ,
SI nrirk oirrpni,. .I' ..*I 'nr- :.h us' ha.
3 C r .' Ir.ll i .11 ,,i., I n-e' b 4..Il r ai.
."Co-ili,r.-r.e .- Nc' -. ifi ,, m." ,,'d.j, sIr, at
z and 4 mR.:,atl,. 'a ,-. .,i ..
1.' I a. ,rr i. -- ia t C, 1 .d|
t.brle r'.,i e.. ,,,.,,,n E d'l.iik.i l .kI fired
lift bli,,- Bro' .cll,i ,. r ,' r .; c -,'l., ;. n,-
'Hats, J ioyc l"' ,d,, 7 ria!;. ],.rm n.' o J 1.-
nienl's I .,-l. I !-,.i ,1,1- ,* l, C .l m.-:r 3o
*crates C. C. \'ra,, J cail: firi' ,.lal', ,..and
Ginger. r
ar Ei',l:ii'n ,:a ': i t .
C 1' .,:I -' *. d a ,.1 '.- .. .i r. s,.ii .l i ior fale.
OLD BLUlLDINGs-... -f/.'
jt;. WEDNESD. .,, "
FOLIR STORES on L U ne.s V"Vhari. to.
"' ,-* .- i'.; ih ". ll ,. t I 'aif ',|; ,i l,,,, m ;.G ,. 1 l,1 0 ril
S T l i... i .. ti.
"who .a', ]i ... t,urjc hink 7-i It, h. -.,, 'll, ,.1 ir,,l.-.,'
"Windi' c, i run cat lthukL, .,imd Hinge's,

Sale i.., b.: ,n trl. prernm;' ,n I1 t. I I4,- k. i,d t, a ,
Store t 1 [ -... r r-m.:- I -..ifnr r.: ura ii 'Io.rtc, nta
days Irom the tale.
-iA\'.L'. iU R BRIi."E, A.,7',..
TH I-S-DAY, .at '-clo.:k, at
y. & D Ml. ,t, s <. Ce,
A Varicy) of Lalinable Goods,
L c 'L,,nh ;,, P.,,.. o im I.nn,bGursddai.d
ippttt Mih1hnl1 .1U, .,,,., Cl ii.Ct ,, Lambfc. (L '-
fn Hole n, il, tn.. l C IL lm i ,. s ".. ,. .
I l .'imen C-i eclks, p t' h-c.,.. r'l.. r a |,'h ,, ,,.
' -*i.,did PI -,ill Br [ r,-.,, s .,i|., '-i.drJ i -
'; Inli oi 0-t..., C .lr,r, an: c.,oj.,p ck.t i -,.,,, -
:e,,l.it.. Ct.naoie'-har l,,ns l,, f..Lb' I a iL .c ,
Edgings, Tapes, &c, ALSO,- ,
Superfine and :middling p.i.-c-d tlrumi'clotho,
rillimere., I lair,., *w .inl .:.. in er, ., \',''.. lt
lofe, &c;. p. ,ir 'll
A'Schooner f io6- tots burt,cnr, ,'r .. ol., n
complete orde' for fea. ALso,n i: L:,.1 : ,pa lh
icdar. n i.ril., ihe alttnt on0o0 thip-( ,iil-r..
Tf'i- i'A..k o ,9 ',,',k
.t the houfe occupied bv Mr. Jr.ln iP. *-rot,1. No.
1, f',.lle-itr t. n.- ar ihr .mI.-il-V rJ -,.
D RUNDRY Art'c1,. off haiindfomni
id'Ter ... '.-e^ '- ...... i 'i i
)latioganr bi, il.aboard, Llcjit 't., '.
'i ,m Iorte. Ir i l' i.ntL .,'. t I ..i i- i n C h. rs., lo' i ,g >,n -
Chairs, Pembr6okeeard ad iui,1, ''1 abl,... BinrTiu,
Eafv Chair, ladies' and -_-r-l '.*_.':*c-.'r 'i--
, ,0.-h.i j d nr4J, ,iigt, T 1-. 1, citLle I. n,' r'.'.k-
r.-,,lafi"c., Prt ,lt, Gla.i' L'hn,, .-n i C'r,.ckery
V 6"ir, silverr PI.i., plitea -a'r: a,, .an p Iii.a4 d
i' a ti? rmetl: in.] iro-n Tu-on ,h,,,c ':. llJI-l., riand
'e,.ler- [.claii ris arnl otlr C'jr-;etI.. h ,nbick and
.t-er CIlh;i---MN ,,. -e. P,-11.! n.d Hut.ler.- A
rcat irih t .!f KCIh,?n Furr tu,'.-? Alio
I old hlrna,,l. 4 bbli. Br.. .d, 5 ulages
3-:0, P'ork and fIn u rF 1 let co,.',er i
--S. Bw aT:TrnITCE-
MlItT..ngEr to. he aC ...ard ot CI o 'iniiforn. s
If,/,,uti c-c C:.,,i;n,\'n ',,'vl.,
Or-, MONLA Y rcmt,
\t S. BRADFORD', Ohfice, Lib:iy.
Square, at '.i, l..,:k,
-'IXT"'Y-OL-iP. 6i1. r, oi l.the Mt.rn,.e Ihfmrance
) Company, pofiponed yesterday on a.cousnt.
f the weather." CoDIuTIos-One half of the
urchafe calls, refidue an ,',r.r.,'.. a 1dc' t. ,1 ,o
ays. The Shares are to b:. if d .,- I.. -. all Lei
declared at the time of fale. ALSO-
Forty Shares in tlie Fire aind l\i'n.. it.l.a-
ance Company,asd two Shire: rn ih r .. i', ,'i.:-
ex Canal. Conditions, at the ti: e.of I .?.

TO-MOrfnRO\, -,t .
-4t Majo'r 'Tidenr's' 1r,,r :- ." V ,
.."r-% THE '1i:,i"i*. L L...u
<. a,,I pu,:,;. :.0 :C:, l,.l, ..0 147
n.. i and built at ... .. ,. For
'nventoorvy .T to
S ",, 8. -.-.DrO RD, .:..
Gwnditions at t :... .-

In the Town of Uion,,in the County of "'.cot'b,
and Diftrui- of MiLane,
Will "efold at Aueliln, on the I.7 of .Mar. next,
At S. BRADF0.D1Y4 ( :C.,
L bE f '. -(.; E.
A BOUT fc1.'li thoufarl.. Ac,:. Ji: LA ND
is Union, n G -'. b. l, .*, ,ig .. 'tI e
Eftate of GEo it, aicd -l MN I '.. ., .. ,-. a i,
and lately the property of ANDREW LEACH.
Thefe Lands are part of a well fettled
Town, and are esteemed by the belt judges to be
very excellent in quality. In the coure of the

ings on various.parts e f the trad, in order to en-
:ourange immediate settlement. To accommodate
adual fettlers, they will be put up in Lots, as
aid down iupon a plan made from a late survey,
odi 'this 'will afford opportunity for young Par-
m!n tt and others, to form an ;ntrie'Lle 11 :ma l..-,r-
mhod, by p.iriF. di.n,. Lot; i.a.,r tou sc,,ci, iot r;
a n i tit s. !vi .. .*th i h er a ri ...i.n ,'
Trrm ofpayr,,nt will '&,'one third Cejh d own-R,-
maiad.r iea 6 and9 months,with intereef t e "
Under /ii enflwien f .e t .th ., '. .
S.BRAD'.uRD,Ayfutr, '
Saletocommence at i o'dcat. ''

By virtue of an 'Order from the' Supreme Jue.'
diaal CM't,.fto pee f at ,..ane .,ay .'. ti. ..i /; ,.'A 'f
Office, Lierty-ffuare, ,' .'.. ,. "Tt'' s ,'i tl .
S:3fl day of Iu[arile neat, at I..a od'c, 1 .
A FARM in Cambridg'efi miles froi
.Boston, (being the eftate.of .. -C.n Wn r WAT'-
son, efq. deccafed,) containing 4~ acres of Land,
under good improvement, withea two-fltoryHoule,
Barn and Chaife-houfe landing thereon.
The Stock and r.ir min; Utiennil: will be fold
with the Farm. .. .i.a.< F,_F.D, Aut&.

O., SAT".. DAY, 2i Apni n.-.[,

At xI o'dod (If j"'. rt Ji; ,',,," prisat ~l,)
'THE Land and E: dciis in.s.outh-
S Street, now occuvea hi o oS.Htoi.isoN, jun.
The L,, d i,i.- .' vc'ct v,.1i :.'.u-,:- .
and runs 1. ..r -.i ,7 ,.' rh'e T-Ioue. con-
1 Ian fo r ..'. i aaid has eight
......in ..i a. .. .
' v '.,le i 11 i.pi. r, i-".' mray. be'
-- ".... ,i" b f ii".',.I -' irn 'J -r .. to the.
ftale, -urr- .. :. ... A lib' lrai credit vilUbe
r'eix .a ci. "-"f'"' .1.. i M a y .
.* L

From the Co0ssECTrcT CoiRANT, Mar. 9.

', be fung at the L,. ,:,,:r. :,..- Feftival, to be heid
at N. /aetn this day (March,9.) X. 1
Tune-" Go fawc the" Korit's King""
C(OMF. Democrats rejoice,
Lend each yourheart and voice
While thus we fing---
All Order's done away,
Conflfion rules the day,
Lei Democrats hutzza!
Jefferfon%' king.
No more ,hall we complain
t" Suuperftitions reign,
We fing its fall. ..
Now" Daacons" do engage,
With democrats rage,-
The' Eighty Years of age,
To !ead a ball. :
No ''orte fhaalthat dire curf4e
"tT6 Tav es) drain your purfe,
F Fed'tsruld the day;
But now "e'll 'homSy' bring
iF Jefferfon our t-iug,
L.et us" rejoice" r,1 a.':.
We've none to pay.
No. more fall villains dread
In vicious paths to tread,
For fear of law;
Some judges, are difplac'd,-
Soon'all may t. "dilr.r "r. ,
And Law itfel t t-'.i.-
Ohh then, huzza!
Wo more &hall Commerce fear,
Tho' enemies should dare
Her flag to nmock.
Lo! itm protection rides,
With thunder at itsildes,
Not in the rolling tides,
But a" dry dock."
Then let each Democrat
Huzza, and fwing his hat
Or twirl' his wig ;
Hz za !- rejoice arid fuig,"
And hail the people's king," ,
With Randolph's" little taking "
"About fo big."

TORS of tt, eMAS-ACTIIl':F. 'T FIRE- and
A GP-E .L.Y tu ItheA& oftheirIncorporation,
intorm theI oplbIi. uiat their Capital Stock
ThePrefident and Di'cntors are ready to re.
ceive Propofals, at their Office,No. s6,State-Street
and to make '
and aon G,,,ds, Wt., and .n .l..r..h cdil',, at fe;
and wAter born&, agiuil; .'1 l' fieh rilks, perils ant
'angeri, as are la ard a:ccullome4; aadalfo t
onrDwellinT-H.:.ufs, :.nd all other buildings what
fiever.and cO :Ill >,1od,. War.. M.lerth "-n'
ionu'im.ld Furrnrimut o.orn_.-'-t"- ",r tae dan.
To.h ^---e d-rmla I0 t1 gr..,a'r amount
T1__Z._ ,n efr, th u.F.rty Thcnnti.3 Dollrrs--
or a5 tnll tht hazard i f.re, r, ..ny enre Building;,
tl rn Twearv Trt.-j.'aii.- DoS .-,r-.
I. Letrtrr direC, dc to the S -ice. sry willtbe
dtulu attnId .d' to.
f,0 orl.r .' t' /r : '.rta,.?D ..7./..7
?' The Stockholdsr3 ire d..rired to notice,
th:ti the Dirs-tIrs h5,e declared a dividend of
ir"[n.for t t, bal hall year,payable on Monday
I'. 'ih tinml.arnt.
F '.' \ai d M ,r.''. Tyf ,.'r OJ '., -

A T a meeting of the Direftors of the Sa-
-, T. 7.-,,pr l- Chfea Briedg Corfp ration, in Sa.
lem, Feb 6. .e3.},
..-oT'-rEs, That 10 dollars, part of the
fumn affetTed by the Proprietors oai each ihare
in this Corppration, on account of the Turnpike
Rcad, be p .,; to [IENJ.TAMiN PICKMAN, Efq.
Treafurer of id Corpqration, on or before the
I ath div ,o5 Marc.h next.
Salem; March I, 1803. [M41
A l'a mseclng of the Dire,. .r, of
the Salem Turnpik ff C&elfea fBridge Corpora.
tion, in Salem, Feb. z6, 803,- .
Vo F'or D, That 5 dolhirs, part. of the fumn
affeffed by the Proprietors on account of Cl.hfe
Bridge on each thare in this Corporation, .ra r
the izoo iliares in Chelfea Bridge ownet '"
p,.. t.:,.s o:' Mile-n Brmdge, be paid, s, BENJA
MIN 1C. It'.K .A, i ft i reafure1 '. s Corpora.-
o, o I -r 1 .r e hI r lfareh next.
THOr MAS 1 ?. 0 OFT, Clerk.
TSAl- '.OMA .L[ .. ...M4)
-..j.. ,'- .vd tfr 1-i Turnpike.
-v.iE Subfcribhr wants feveral cargoesof SLABS,
: to be deliveredat Lysnminithe months of April,
May and June next.-A generous price will be
given. In order to ascertain the quantity which
the veffel may bring, hlie will either agree to take
them by the thoufasd, fupsrficial meafure, or by
the cord ; 'and if the veffel is full and clofely flow-
ed, ltoth in the hold and on deck, to allow for the
fame number of cords which the fame veffel brings
when loaded with wood.
N. B.-c-Thofewho attend the Saw- Mills near
tide water, will find it for their interest to fave their
Slabs. .
TN .confequence of te death of ABEL
a B..iRETT, The .fubferibers earnestly request
all Perfons, who have Accomnts open with the
Company of BARRETT, WHEELER & CO. to
call .n t, m ti v No. c*3. i". ..-..r, BosTON, and
Alf:, thpfe who h urs' A..,unr ,upen with thee
t.: c .n them at their Store, .in Con'cord as foon
as puflible, and adjulit them; as it is abfoi'utely
eccTary t, St ch. Lr done imrediatelc, in order
that they maty be enabled to render to the Execu-
tor of faid deceafed's Ef.late a true'account of his
Piropertyi thi, ;r p.sfioifn.
JOHN RICH \Ri)m v, SSSu:vii
March 4, 18o3......
LOivG-it'H.i 2-.
'"HE Proprietors of the BoJlon-pier, or the
Long-Wharf, ins- oftn are hereby notified to
meet at Csanert-Hall, in Boftoa, on Wednefday, tile
23d day bf March, infR. (being'the fourth.Wednrf-.
day of the- month, and the time by law for their an-.
noal meeting) at one o'clock,,. sM.. Then and there,
agreeable to the defire of a competent number of
the 'pro.prilt :.r, to choofa a Moderator, Wharfin-
g 4, Clhrk aan, ..;es...; to confidler,and determine
what repairs they wiU make the enfuiing feafon,
i:hat money they will raife t, defray the charges
4. tuch repairs,as well as tO i-.-s ls th', \-) ic r,1,n.v
. 1 tre usts, ,rnc what way they will rafde it in; how
td- will pro. .ed with any proprietor who hall
r,,man delicqu,.cci, and generally to do and tranf-

.zt -il t'iher milttersthat may properly come bc- I
f.,re them. GEORGE HOAMER,Prop's Cle.k.
iarch, 4, ,80.
S A N I E D to hire, 5 or 6 thoufand Dol-
S latn, tor whichReai Eftate wiIll be given as
security, and mitereft paid yearly or quarterly.-..
Inquire of tlie Printi'sM. March I.

SJohn Lambert master, havingg '
a large part of her Freight enga-
ged, For Fr.i;-l,.TJfthE i.LfJdueor
I' apply to the Maflter or board, now laying
at I ",". ;.iI' ., or to JOSEPH RIPLEY.
March i5,
F J ST.CROIX and back to BOSTOVN,
r- THEbrig HiNR'Y,THioMAs
S,n.r, will fail by the zoth
tF Por Pasfage, apply to JONA-
'I IiAN DAVIS--NJ.A Long-Wharf,
where letters may be left to go by fald -.c i0Tl.
h Sad DAVIS now Jrs f.or Sales .
St. Croix Rum and Sugar; Jamiics Sugar ;
a few bags Calcutta do.; Ruflla Iron and Sheetings.4
l i. .*' f a, r o! en reaforaooc er e ,r s
The g.,odu':.;i.p I N.NCY, ,nC.w lying at
Bath, on K.r.nebee ,.,-D.int.: c.in-,n.:h, vell.d :
144 tbnis riegifer rr.lUor oI nt --ar old-l.' r
timber is all of white oak, and as faithfully built
as any flhip in the State. She has been only in the
Euiropean trade, arid but five or ;r voyages, Her
Sails, (of whichflihe has nearly two fusit,) Rigging
and Spars are in excellent order, has two good
Boats, and ;s fo well found in .every refpet as to
require but little expience to put her to fen. For
particular apply as above. ._March I5.
r-I r MA S, T (Georgia,) to touch at
JosiA'n MATTU.EWSs, Maeter, will
failing z. days. For Freight or
J,---.- r PalTge to either of the above pla-
ces apply to the after on board, or
March it.. No.67, Log-lWharf-
,f',R ~ r.,'VE BECK,;
THE Sloop UNION, Ezra
Whliton, Mafter, will fail in all. this
week. For r..,l.t orPaffage, ap-
<'I' ply to the ., ,'..r on board, lay-
.ing oppofte No. 3, Long-Wharf. March 15.
For New-Haven, New- orok or Albany.
THE floopHUNTER, of
Fa;irfeld, SooritaTN MORnauousl,
-c l c u 1Malker,will take i..l,,r fi..r :itlcr
ofthe above.ports, i: ,..pli ,notrc
is miude immediately to the matter on b. rd, I,. n,r
at the .. -, L n,..\ ...T" F. "I'r. -r
1'.r FREIGHT tor Ci.ARTL'R.
STO. any port in the jIt/?n-.,
J,: -, a firong built, burdenfome
',Vtflel, of 75, tons, now fittedi'for

SfSilei.-For terms apply to Lclxk
BIXfLY, N.,. 9,' -*n the T. March -i.
j' "lIiL fch. IRIS, 80o tons,
bu -t t Schuate by one of the beft
la sIil,., i--i-s an excellent fea boat,
S.I Ifound and may be fent to fea
o at a Inail Sf[r.-ci-. Inquire of the Captain on
board,-,puofite No. 28, LoNG-wHARF.
u ..i TT. c1
S-- ... -E r. HIAR RIOT,

burthen 67 tons, and is well found,
1 For terms, apply to
March ,1, 1803. No. 5, D. Sm,,a's Wharf.
THE fch. JAY, 6o tons
S 1.urrtlh:, -a fl ..u.i w-ll .u;li vc fl,
11. : .;... i .ml ie, tutn u.e,dy t,.
,tc .roi ve a iar:., r.n Lo.,irl-r oi
f ., .: .apply t. C. COOl iD F,,'o.;:.L..ng-wh r
March u1.
"au l 1. Wall-y, '" "
A 14. -,..t ',.'; ", Has for Sate,
1 \VENT Y.fix bales foft :iJled Alm.-.ndh.
13 bales Annifeed; 18o oblong, and 400
round Spanifh Entry Matts, juft received,
S Also-50oo bbls. fiuperfine and fine Flour ;
half bbls. do ; 2o hhds. retailing Sugar ; loo boxes
firfi quality Cigars ; Florence Oil.; fmoaked Her-,
e rings; Pimento ; German Glue; Gernman Steel,
&c. &c.
S 'Y A fall Bill on Lonetn. A Bill on
Baltimore for about 700 dollmrp Matrch II.

A Few Pipes real PIdland's GIN for fale at No.
A 69, zLoMg-fha" Mach n.i
Sben Preble,
No.74, Fo,.HER5'aiARF, Has for Sale,
S. IXTylix lhhds. SUGAR., and 40,000
0tgrep"aCOIFEE. hMarch II, 1803.
j At No. 1 Hancock's Wharf,
H lHDS. and bbls. retailing Sugar; bags St. Do-
S. mingo Coffee ; firft chop yellow Nankins;
white Company do; 3 cafes Rhinifli Wine; I cafk
Verdigrife; loo jugs Seltz Water; -Cordage; cut
glafs Tuumblers ; and a few tons fleet Cork.
iMIarch ix. 6w.
J. and S. D. Harris & Co.
THAVE for fate, received by brig Frances & Eli-
za, from Cape-Francois,
14,500 lbs. bef green COFFEE, in barrels,
300 new HI.E S. Al/o, in Store,
o00 barrels of frefh FLOUR. March 4.
BOUT X4 tons excellent quality LIGNUM
VITJE, for Sale at No. o0, Green', Wharf.
March 4.
No. i3, Sw/ErT'S Wharf,
confilting of pint and half pint Tumblers
quart, pint and half pint Decanters ; lroo Dutch
Liquor Cafes ; 40 Crates of well alforted Earthen
Ware. Mareh 4.

Hard- [Vare Goods.
ABRAHAM BAZ1N, No. 6, Cornhll,
INFORMS' his Friends and Cuifiomers, That he
has received by the late arrivals from Liverpool
and ar/Il, a general ager lbrtmoent of
which are now raidy for Sale, wholefale and retail.
A;. o-.Brafs asnd copper table tChafing.
Difleies ; brafs and japanned Laimpsj Englih Seigh
Bells ; Looking-GlalTs, &c. &c.
Likewgfe--.A few fashionable Toilet Glaf-
fees at reduced prices. 3mn. Dec. 11.

Hard-HJVare Goods.
T NFORMetheir Friends and.thle Public, that hay-.
.. ing lately received a general allbrtment of
HARD-WARE GOODS,they offer it forfalewholc-
fule and retail, at No. 39, CORNHILL, near the
M-aRET. --ALSO--
A gotudaftortnmentofBrt,_es, Dutch Slates,
Coffee Mills, Mahogany and glt framed Looking-

Ahandfome fet ofWaterPlates and Diffies,
at a reduced price.
N. B. 33 cents per Ib. for dry combed
'c...,' BRISTLES, will be paid in Caffi at the faid
(..rt, for fall or large juantities-this merits the
attea'tion of lthofe who have it-in their power to
fave m.i arficlegenerallyrtirown away,but by having
which-they will promote (together with their owin
profit) a inanuffacture of their country,
Dec. 17. (m)

J. andW, Hutrd,
". 6., :.--r .1 Haforfaih,
TENtrunk. Calico, s and dyed Ginghams-
juft received by thi; brig Fox, from LiverFolt,
3000 pieces Nanki's, of an excellent qual-
it .entitled to debenture on exp.: ratoc-.-a,'d one
Piano Forte. rb -
Rice & Bridge,
EG leave to inform their friends and the pub-
lic, That they have received an additional
flI..l;- -. RFSH I-,0,iC, among which are, a
T.i r, ni.'."' of fafsfionable' and well chofen
C(; a. i Printed (amibricks, t,:.cthtir with a
.andfome aiTortmentt of Colourtd a..d -I.i.-d
Cambricki, which they will fell on the lowest
terms for Caflla.. To be Let,
THE Chambers and Cellar, of Store, No.
30, CosRNi(tLL,fuitable for Engliiih Goods. Apply
as above. [6 w. March as.
Gay .- Latlil,
.No. ( .-. ..t- -TREET, f:. ,.
T WO bales.fine Broadciothl aad Calli-
:rr.?, on .4 months credit, for an approved
note. '_, 4 caantitv if mould and dipt Candles,
and brown Soap, hhdm good flaavoured-Rum.
Mf Irch. 4. "
No. 48, Mar/aorough-free., IHave for fate,
T'HE following Articles, chiefly confignments,
and will be fold very low, in order to clofe the
fales, for cafh or fhort credit-viz.
London Porter, pr. cafk or dozen bottles,
Burton Ale, per calk or dozen jugs,
Bottle Corks, per grofs,
Havana "-..wr-, p, r thoufand,
Tea and C,.",fi' i' China, in boles-ofrme fct,
Two dinner fets China, very elegant, ,
White Chaple Needles, Macrkenzwe's bet, per box
4 and 41 Pins, perbox or bundle, [or half box,
1.c ql.i loups i. ic ,, r., ut alc lh i .1 blue',bl!il !.
browns, mixt, &c. at 30s. per yard,
S Save lift blue Browdcloths,per piece.
Dec. 24. "i.
RE I ./IL.
from No.36, Unimn-Streetto No. 1a, DOCK
SQUARE, lately occupied by Mr. Wmn. WVhitwuel
opposite Galen's head-Where h- offers for -fale,
his ufual affortment of faffhionabl "
Among which are,Ladies', Gcntlesens',Youths' &
Clii Idren's, of the latefl imnportatim-with an af-
Sfortment of heft American moanufiltured HATS..
.eLiteqi--Gentlemen's I ,l il, SiOES. A/o,'
I.id ;e' MUFFS and TIPPETS. 3m. an.3t.:

-ol1til End tCrel ery.
SLLEN &, GARDINER, inform the
-- Public, that they have coonmenred Br.wv,n
at their new Brewery,' o ,. pr ..-, S, Ed.
They will keep :.orrittatl iotr '.-.POR ER,
Strong and Table BEER. /
YEAST maybe had every day Ae w k and
GRAINS as ufdu. 1 .Z g
..... 'I .rd .1 gener,
"ous price Tot lL 'L", "i the i.)re,,, r.
o. 19- r3e ]
Bottled Por,;,
TFORt SALE, a quantitof bottled
L Ptrrer. l-,.t q.uil,,. ..n m.r.. ra.. rrnr,. In-
quire of RICI-lAiRD SHEA, No.$, 5 nL
N,c.,,'bier u6. e ang
Newl y Nilcs, --
Ao.. 9, P'.: I .. -ref,, H
HJHD:. '. I. Rum ; chefs Tea; boxes
Chlocolac; ditto Candles; ditto Soap ; ditto
Herrings, hhds Glafs Ware, boxes Window-Glaft,
ditto China, brxe cotton and wool Cards, bags
Cotton, bolts 6uffia Duck, Ieg Fig Tobacco, bbls.
Flour, Ship Bead, Groat-.-jrc ; invoice Japan
W are,trunk j.) ti ei., s.,<( 3,ul:,,.,1l .n rcJu-
ced prices forcafih.
V ca/ li/cally ad1vancedon Cocfiignnens.
Feb. Ix;. t f.
At o. 3, Kilby.Street,
For Sale, y1ji received,
P DER, o;a fiperior quality.
February 2. 6fp.
The following. Patent Medicine continue for
Sale, hy fpecil appointment, 0 the Sign of the Goon
SA m-OIRr.)', i7o. 13, Corn'/ill, viz.
THIS is ie of th, mofa elegant and ef-
ficacious.eedicine yet discovered for aflfifting
weak and flattered Conftitutions, weaknefs of
Sight or Menory, Hypochondriac, Tremblings,
Horrors of theMind, Confumptions, Afthma, and
all other difeaes arifing from a relaxed fate of
the Nervous ?yftcm. Its unprecedented fale, to-
gether, with i continued favorable reputation,
makes it wordly of trial by all perfons afflicted
with either sf he above Complaints.
Which is fail gaining a high reputation in Europe
and. America. t is taken with great fuccefs in the
King's Evil, fcrofula, Scurvy, Leprofy, Gout,
Rheumatifmi atd Lues Venera. Priceofeac-,tbree
dollars per ottl.
This Medicih e will be found particularly ufe-
fill as the Spring advances, when the Bilious af-
feiftons are generally mdre violent tlian at the
other feafons o0the year. Many .Certificates from
performs of refluelrability and judgment, can be

faint elngt e theStomach, difficulty of breath-
ing, lofs of appetite, dizzinefs, &c. common to
people laboring underBilious diforders. A/ao,his
Being a fafe and certain cure for the Itch,having
in it neither Mercury nor Brimflloe.
There Pills have been ufed with great fuccefs in
cure of.Rhoumatic and Bilious Complaints. Many
Certificates cain be produced of their superior ef-
ficacy, and are recommended for trial to perfons
-.rtiir iJ with rheumatic and bilious habits.
S. H. P. LEE's New-London BILIOUS
This~fedicine having already fecured a high
reputation, requires no special recommendation.
Their good quality confifts in removing the many
ill effects confequent on an overflow of Bile.
May e hadat the fame place,
This Invention is considered by the Phyficians
of this town as a great improvement on the kind
hertofore made, and has fecured to him a Patent
from the Prefideat of the UnitedStates.-lThev don-
ifit of a double spring, yielding more readily to
the motion of the Body, being at the fame time
more comfortable to the wearer, and attended
with better effect. 3m. Fh. zz2.

T O BE LET-The Dwelling-Houfe,
SOst-Houfes,'Barn and Garden of the late
Jon,, FoxcRorr, Efq. near the meeting-houfe, in
Cambridge. Apply to CALEB GANNETT.
March Ixt. .

O NE ortwo Boarders can be accommodated '-
in a private family. Inquireofthe Printers.
March iX.

Death of ABEL- Tg.an Edition.

7uj? receded from Philadelphia, price, dolt. 75 ft. in
bhanfome fi' ep binding, and 3, doll. o0 cts. elegantly
bound in cacf, and for fide at the Booabijcs of WEsr I?
A.O.aEWS.and WM.P. and Las. BLAKE,
/'jHE DEATH of ABEL. In Five
Books. From the German of Gjrner. T6
which are added, twenty-two NEW IDYLS, by
the fame Author. Alfo, a Letter to M.,FusLAN,
on Landfcape Painting, and the 'Two F rind of Bour-
ban, by M. DIDROT. ...
. .* This? Edition hai !i'dn.V' print:.. onn
fine-. .:. .j r..sl. ',. ~-Iwsith, a beautiful engraved
Titk, a Vic' ,:., r.c .. .i- C s i, the ac of murder-
ing AcL,- ..cd -. a.i6.R. Ml Zalch 4.
Ready to be dikvered to Subfcriberis, according
.totbcirf ', :: ,. r..'itrdats3 j each,.
No. 44,Cornhill, Bolon,
in three parts. Firft, On Saoraments in general.
Second, On. BAPTlsrs.1 throwing the religious mean-
ing and defign of it-'Vho are proper Subje8s-
and what is the.proper Mode. Third, On the Sac-
raments. as connected with the Covenants. With a
Summary and Applicatory Conclufion.
All founded on the, ScixP-TUREs. Compofedon
a new plan. No Author is referred to,pro or ton.
Nor any person or. party disputed.
N. B. Although the above rreatife was writ-
ten before Mr. PrET.R EDWARnD on BAPrIsr.s, or
Dr. J.NK.U '. Anfwer to him, were publifled in
this Country ; yet many gentlemen who have
compared them, are clearly of. opinion, that it
fully obviates the principal* things Dr. JENKINSs
has advanced a.ir'nit ?.Mr. Lnw n H, about BAP-
T-sm. -Morze. ofpecialiy, in what is faid in the third
part, under the Article, MoUNT SsINAI. *
Said Books are alfo r id''. to !,e delivered and
fold at-Mr. GOODALE'i t.:,'o.-llore inM Atndon, and
Mr. Meat.iAM's in Wrcefer. Subferibers may
hare their Books by calling at either of faid places.,
March 4.

CAIR LV'S ek ,i- it Family Bible.

J I'r received from Philadelphia, price Nine Dol-
lars, ornamented .vith lix elegant Maps and
twenty-four Hiftorical Engravings, and for fale,by
No. 45, Newbury-Street,
BLE, printed on fine vellum paper, and well
bound :-Containing ,
r. The Booksof the Old T'r-,tiirtni, the Apoc-
rypha, and the New Teftament, as translated by
orderofKing James I. of England. .
A chronological aTable f the molt remarka-
ble events recorded in the 'criptiures, from the
creation to the death of C ,'oht.
3. A Table of the different Charafders and
'tli ,:erc ujIkun ofin the Bible,
4..A T le of Scripture weights, moafiures, and
coies reduced to dollars and cents.
5. An alphabetical Table of the proper, names
ufed, in the O!d and New Teftaments, with the.
meaning of the words in the original languages.
6. A Table of the divisions of time among the
7. A chronological Table of the Apoltles and
their fucceffors, who founded and presided over
the five grand Churches.
8. Achronological Index of the years and times
from.Adam ui1-- L':,1
9. Portrait of an apollolic Preacher, from Cow-
to A Tible of kindred and affinity, within
which,according to the Jewiflfand American laws,
no perfon ought to contract marriage.
Ix. A Clergyman's uldrir i r.,i married perfons,
containing a feafonable and judicious sketch of
the requiites to happinefs in.the married late.
ix. A curious analytical diffedlion of the Books
of the Old and New TesIt men s,
S 13. A geographical Sketch of the Pounair:r ..
M .....tAii-busT-rlrc-ro-wnt-ropuTff.ofi, anJ
other particulars, refpedting facfline, with a view
of the present masters and mifieries of c.tt once
happy country. .--
-'r ..- ropi.-.us CONCORDANCE to the
-l.i'ly '> :r.ptur, s by which the principal texts of
fcripture may be eafily found out. By the learned
and indefatigable John Brown, of Haddington.
IS. A valuable Family Record, containing four
pages, handfomely divided for marriages, births,
deaths, &c.
16. A concife and animated view of the Evi-
dences of the Chriflian Religion; and its tendency
to promote both individual and national happi-
17. Table of all the paffages in the Old Tefla-
ment, quoted by Jefus Chr/fl and his Apoflles in
the new.
18. Six elegant MAPS and twenty-four Hiflo-
rical ENGRAVINGS, by the firft American ar-
tiffs, viz. Mlfaps of the Journeyings of the children
of Ifrael, from Rameafes to the land ofiCahaan.-Map
of Canaan, as promised to A rahamc-.Map of Pal-
efline, as fettled by the Jews.---Map. of the Affyri-
an, Median,. Perfian and Babylonian empires.-.
Land of Moriah, or. Jerufalem, and the adjacent
country.-Map of the Travels of the Apoftles.-
Hiflorical Engravings, viz. The finding of Mofes by
the daughter of Pharoabh; Adam, Eve, Cain Lff Abel;
Hagar and IJmael in the defeat;. A/braham going to
offer up his fon Ifaac; Ifaac blelfing fJacob inflead
of Efau; the plague of hail ; the fall of the Man-
na; Samp/tn deftroying the Philiftines; Minor
Prophets ; Adoration of thesfant efaus in the fta-
ble, by the magic flight of Yofeph, Mary and fifus
into Egypt; Maffacre of the Innocents ; the broad
way to deftrudlion ;. Crift appealing the Storm ;
Chri/, casting out devils; Chr/i curing the lunatic;
Chri/f prefeuting the child to his difeiples ; Chrl/e
laying his hand on the children ; hrif9 healing
the fick man of the palfy; Chri/f teaching the doc-
tors in the temple ; Chr/f reftoring the blind man
to his fight ; Chr/f betrayed by JYudiu Ch/F/ ex-
hibited to the Jews by Pilak Chrif'i body em-
balmed by Jofph of Arimathea.
a?" Some of the above Bibles, on an inferior pa-
per, without the engravings, may be had for'five
dollars avd ffty cents. Alfo may he had at awm,e,-
A handsome FOLIO BIBLE, jilft pub-
lifled in Necow-ork, proper for the Pulpit or Fami-
lies, at the very low price of twelve dollars, with
fifteen elegant engravings, or eleven do/ars without
the Engravings, well and fitrongly bound,
Excellent Books for fchools arid families.
May be bhadas above, price 75 cents Jingle, and 8 dollars
per. dozen,
BEAUTIES of the BIBLE.-Being a
Sele&ion from the old and new Teflament, with
various Remarks and brief DifTertations. -Defigned
for the ufe of Chriftians in general, and particular-
ly for the ufe of Schools. By Ezra San.pfon.
0 The above Book has received the unquali.
fled approbation of many Clergymen,School Comn-
mittees, &c. and has been introduced into a num-
her of Schools and Academies.-It is allowed to be
one of the beft and molt uffeful Books ever pubflih-
ed for Schools and. Families, and the Publifhers
folicit the. attention of Clergymen and gentlemen
who fuperintend Schools and Academies to the
work, and doubt not but that on examination they
will feel heartily difpofed to life and recommend it.
.lfa5v e ha'd as abive,
METIC', for the tfe of common Schools. By Era.
flush Root, A. B.
Or This fall Treatife is in general ufe in many
parts of this fate, and in Ccnnestiut. where it has re-
ceived the approbation of the firft literary charadt.
ers. 6w. Feb. 9, 8o.;.
Alassachusetts Re'ister
SYear 1803, may be had of J. & T. FLEET,
at theBlaezL & HEAt, Cornhill. tf. Nov. 19.

ly,as they would avoid the penalty of the law.
(tf) R. AUSTIN.


M R. TURELL refpedtfully invites the Publ':
haps a greater colleddon of the r wri of Natur,,
and Art is not in the United States, Mr. PsK. ':
excepted.-It now confifts of between tive and l',rv
en thoufand different articles. eI. ;.

NEW BREWERY-;t We,-.Go?.
at his Brewery', end of the Ca.'.'a.y.
Bottle POR-TER, ss. per. doz. S;trvorlg iEES
from 6 to 8 dols.' per bbl. Table BE.ER, du:
per bbl. -. 3bbll I i. brewed for exportatior
GRAINS, for fald at the Brewery, every Mondia
anil Thurfday evenings,and YEAST, every day i
the week.
Orders left .at the Brewery, or a
No. 12, Kilby-Stpcct, will meet immediate attention
N. B. YEAST kept for Sale at Cellar No. :
..- fr ti ',."....mrii'J 'i[on of C iftomers.
; .. F -. : -o ,

f unk uk Oakum,
C'ASH will be paid for good J TN K
at the New-Alms-iH .,., .. lcre there isfc
Sale,the bel of OAKUM. t. f.
Wef/l-Soflon, Sepf. 14th, 18o0

Flax Seed.,
CASH, and the higheft price, given for FLAX
their Fiaxfeed" Works in Harvard-Street, near th
Rev. Dr.Ws'sv' mne-ting-honife. Nov-. 6,.
T Hafly-Market -17heatre,
W HICH was built about five years fine
with the beft materials which could be pro
cured, is to be taken down; the work is begun
and will be accomplilfhedin 60 days.
There i forfale-XWindows, containing 2
fquares of Ix by 15; Gb:.fs Doors, Locks, liinges
Timber, Joifl, Boards, Clapboardi, Planks 1lr,.
Shingles, and many other Materials of- which it io
composed, which will be fold at reduced prices
Any perfon difpofed to purchafe will please to ap.
ply to the :.ublcrit'r, ,. :r.: Theatre.
T: : r z ELLIS.
G"- Dry. Fuel will be delivered in any part
of the Town for Two Dollars a Load. Apply am
above. (ep6w) March i.

SUST Publifhied and for Sale, by
o T;* & J. FLEET, at the Biuss and HI1ARI
Cornhill, .,
Low's Genuine Almanack, for i 803,
enlarged & improved-containing all that is tinua
in an Almanack, and a variety of other matters
ufeful and entertaining. Bookfellers fupplied ir
ftheiets,as ufual. d-ALSO- -
Fleet's sHErF ALMANACK, with LOW'.
Calculations, very convenient for C,:,L.iii ...l .
fes, Shops, &c. Price 10to cents, tingle.
Oetobcr zz. (tf.)
S FAR M-for fale.
.y --,e OT 0 be Sold, a FA R f,
.F'rt .L. situated in HWrentham, twr
miles from the centre Meet-
ing-Houfe, and 26miles from Bof
a.'., e..rcr ,in. r,? 77 acres, having
on the fame a Dv I. -.t.il.'.ui, Barn, and Out.
Houfes. Thereis a ftuficient quantity ofor'tchard-
;ng inr.l ].vi:.. lrJ, together with a large propor-
tion of me-,' 'v,. ot the firft quality; the Farm is
well watered by a brook that runs the whole
lerag r..' 1 .,r','.rs i thie pc, p..ol i i t f.nee tn .- ,,e-
duct for the ufe of the Barn. Fifty-feven acres of
wood land, of Pine .and Oak, adjoining, will be
fold, if defired. The whole well calculated fcf
two Farms; or about ioo. acres, with. the
buildings, will be fold, if moft agreeable to the
purchafer. For further particulars, inquire of
NATHANIEtL WARE,on the premifes.
Wrentham--Feb iS, x8o3. (6w). _jeb.1
kcjRM '': W'NI.f, )L.
HE fubfcriber, having purchased
Sthe well known town. of De Kstb, contain-
ing 64,000 acres, on both fides ofthe (f. iO:,t,.l.,I
River, in the county of Saint Lawrence, intends,
the ensuing Summer, to fettle the fame with fuch
Farr.; rs ; mro-' meet him on the fpot from, the
-TnrrIla/ sor Juie 'to theTleri t cd. ,'.I O, .'t.ib- r. ,--,
every attention will be paid to tlie accomT.noda-
tion and future welfare of the settlement. A vil-
tlage will be laid out in the centre of the town, ad-
joining the river and contiguous to 1200 acres fet
apart for the promotion and support of Schools
and the Golpel. A llore will be eflabliihed, and
mechanics fettled in the vi; L.. A clear title and
long credit.will be given tb the Farmers, who may
eIpe.'-t o1 find a convenient situation for trade, and
an excelent foil, Timber, Beech, Sugar' Maple,
Elm, Oak, Afh. &c. A constant care for the ad-
vancement of the settlement will be Rteadily ad-
hered to by WILLIAM COOPER.
N. B. A quantity of Potafh and Sugar Kettles
will be procured- for the ufe of the settlement.
New-York, March 2, 1803.
To be Let,for one or two years,
HE Dweling-Houfe, Barn, and
1 other Out-Houfes,and a Tan Yard, con-
tainingabout thirty Pitts, with all the Boildings
thereto belonging, including a Currier's Shop, to-
gether with about forty-two acres of excellent
mowing, tillage, and patlure Land, with excellent
orcharding on the fame, laying in Braintree, being
the Efltate of Deacon C.,AL.. HAYWARD, late of
faid Braintree, deceafed. Poffeffion of faid Premifes
will be given the firil day of April next. For fur-
ther particulars, inquire of
Braintree, March ti, 1803.


HT9. Su~feririer s ie leave to inform t,; rp'omBl, ta
they ha'" commenced a ne lire q'of Stages front BOf
ton to Amherft, N. H. to run twice a weol uan: the
loth of MAay next, l.'hen it is their in nt 'on to continue thi ,
rout to Windfor, in Vermont. TVe Staetr wi.l fa
from SETH KiNG's Tuvr,,rn, inDoc le-farc, B.flon, on
ocndays and Fridays, at 6 o'cck, A. M. and arrive at
m/mhsrJl fame dayi- at 6, P.M. anitta return f/rm Amhvef/
to B/f/on on Tujfdcays and Saturdays, ltaing Amerf at
6, d. .S. and arriving at Bcfon at 6, P. a.--From their
long acquaintance in ti/ tine of /usfine fs, they latter them-
faies they/sy f etA mt eneooracoementro. pcrj.iver -i ... ..
.',cS,.... :o.,. I ... much advantage to thofe / e-o
r .... r g, o.1t w ,i u', road. I is their intention to
?eep the hejb of horfes and carriages, cndI to pay i'- i 7.- ?
attention to the reqsejfs ofthofe whs may ionor them reith
N. B. Bed Ticking, live geefe and fta fow!
Feathers,for Sale, and all orders att 'cded to for thi: fau'e,
Feb 22, o803.
T HE Subfcriber informs the Publiic, that he it
. ready to furnifh the federal towns in this
Commonwealth, with new Weights and Meafures,
and to receive thofe now in ufe for Repair and
Sealing, agreeably to a late law pal'ed by the Gen-
eral Court of this Commonwealth, r,.: p ,.
Weights and Meaifures,at his Shop, No. .cr.?. ,'...
Scftn, O7. c5, 180S. State S.eale'.
n. a. Thofe perfons in the town of B'?ion,
who have neglected, for twelve months paft, ;o
have their Weights and Meafures Sealed, are r...
queftlled to fend them to the above place immediat-