Essex register
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Title: Essex register
Uniform Title: Essex register (Salem, Mass. 1807)
Physical Description: v. : ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: H. Pool, W. Palfray & S.C. Blydon
Place of Publication: Salem Mass
Creation Date: December 19, 1810
Publication Date: 1807-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Salem (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Essex County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Essex -- Salem
Coordinates: 42.516845 x -70.898503 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., no. 1 (July 23, 1807)-no. 151 (Dec. 31, 1808) = Whole no. 749-901 ; v. 9, no. 1 (Jan. 4, 1809)-v. 40, no. 105 (Dec. 31, 1840).
General Note: Publisher varies: Palfray & Chapman, <May 9, 1836>-
General Note: Motto: "Here shall the people's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, and unbrib'd by gain; Here patriot truth its glorious precepts draw, Pledg'd to religion, liberty and law."
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Preceded by: Friend (Salem, Mass.)
Preceded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1802)
Succeeded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1841)

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rVo.. X.. SALEM, (Massachusetts) WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1810. ,, 01.
.:& -. .i

,lfere ./54f41ie Pr' s tip /m.'c R.' t' in..rtam
1' .Jrt., by l Xnflvc..:re and unbr.','! ii GuI, ;
i-ere pat'tot Tr,'h ,6 r Glorioua.sPreccpts-drawvs
.I: dg'd to iig{::., 'JLierty/and Lwzu, -

ijv, r thc I'.t-Offinee, E*se.r-.treet
PniCi 54 54PR 4RJ'
N PA'S* D IS, TIU I -r4 iL ulIrt jk Nrr$r t

jOSE I ; AU.NFrORTH informs tlc
J Mercantile Public, trat he l.aS aec- ived a
new slppl 6f tllte much approrct' Pa'!cr .ky.
i"htr, ftrortm 4 to 12 inches in dlirameler, among
wivIeCl are a large prdpoir'ion of- English ones,
and a q,'niily of damaged Lights -which will
core at half-price.. ALSO, "-
which light the cabin, stater6orms, steerage,
-and binnatle,- all with one lamp', with a glass
the ove- the lamp, which obstructs all smoke.
J.,. ,offers theabove for sale, and wille-conti'n-
tie to set them, as heretofore at the shortest no-
tice. -Apply at his Dwelhng-House, in I)er.
by-street, Aear the head of.Crowninshield's
wharl. itf Dec 15
B. '.HE Sub(cribrr, agasr.L or L l6 principal Peper na.
keCrsln this a ie, has for ale,.- Imperial, Super-
SRoyal, Itoysl, Mtdium, Deni, and oolscap WRIT-,
ING PAPERS. of1a Inoerior quality. Hot Preffled aid
Plain folio and quailo Pnft. ',Lard and YVellum ; super-.
findand -low ,pricrd P R I NTI NG PAPER of Yvarious
firep Bonnet pad Binders Buirds. eic. eric. which-he
will di o,.o v wholefale at the nInuhtI& Ier'S plic,'s
Pr inter% ani Siatinerts throoghour the Union, may be
tupplied with pAper to any pattern. (by ising a few"
SaV r notKj on he fame terms as the Philadelphia Bork.
lienr are tluolly tiapplied. Spccimeas will he for.
-wi ded, with ihe pricess and term Accouyt .-:Book,.
lted ind bnund to anv pattern, w-lh ad "rith out faint,
i.nra, palI. Spring Racks and Ruffia R.tnds'a, 'whicg' h
nTeia fQNile, np icrm worthy the attention of whole.
Ie' puT chalet.
ilders promptly executed.
",d :. John T..Salivap, .
Phih'delphia, Dec 15;' No- 45. N.'Front-Breet
Massachusetts Register for

for rale by CIH.RLES STEELE,
*I CE,,e'x.stretet ." ,
by the dozen or single. D IcT15
ind United States Calendar, for 1811,-4
fbr salpaL th e BOOKSTOBR). of': ..
Dec 15 Ii'akefeld-.ldae
The warmer's: & Low's;AI.MANACK,
t; for 1811,
by the rQcIe, dozn or single., ALSO,
A lrtge assortment f Blank Books, bf every
desirintion--Pi iicd Note Books-- Books andl
Stationaty of v,,riunsi kliid-l-I.n e and small
Biiles, 'nd all kinds ofl''cliool Bnok. ..

Patent Sky Lights,
G IING a more general Light than the com--
mie n, kv Aght. and'equally as applicable
to he .at!e 1 oqm. the Steerage, or the Fore-
Castle, as thb Cbuit,, or any part' of the Deck
whe-re.Light may be-wanted.[ They are either
liable tu leak corbie.kl no to be injured by tlhe'
common, raffle of the Deck, and no Goods need
-be lmjared by the Scuttle oding left open to give
L.igi'it below.. They are equally useful -for
-,ue-ea; ,where Ligliht-is waiting lrom the Roof.
S -, ....A L SO .... I .. ,
SV- wnich -the "C'oiniias in.the Binnacle is
Lighted from hlie Lightl in" the Ship's 'Cabin--
The utility arid'saving of this, minst be obvious
to every person acquainted with shipping.
: .. l yto o..-.tT. OAKES,
*te'ar the e.i 9/ Union Whar/, Salem.
TS'a/er, Dtc 12.

Coach r Chaise Painting,
>-pE: fJAMIN HORTON, most re-
, .-_Liespectfrtlly inifbrms his friends and the pu5-
lic, ft lct he carri-es an-the above btsipess, at lii'-
- sl,(p a few- rods notith of Messrs S;ccomb _.
* ii'zlt.its" stoie.
--. N-.B---Old ChaisesPainted and repaired at the
aote.st notice -
'or SaIe--,I or. 15 gallons first rate Copal

SaI:.ed-A Lad from 14 to 16 years'of
d" u'> : ALprentice to the above .uli ss---
.II c_.,- iai :. -. .
rc etQUILLS.
TUst receei ee,,-ndc for sale Iy
-,.,-.,-: ,- .- E. 1 ,'-,o '-ec-, --
5 p00 Q.UILLS, of various kinds and
rp.icc--us the whole sale o retail. No" 10

ianks for sale at this office


GQDS SUITABLE FORP TIE SEA- .1. Wnith t ot. Vmkey.
SON-viz. Detpartmiit of State, Jan. 20, 181.
prein f .ne Bl.ck, Bu, C orbeau, London.Brown, SIR- I he president, anxious to adjust
Dev.,-hire'Brown, dr. Drab Milled and Un- the existing differences-betw-en the U.
milled, ecoi nd "ad Low-priced Cloths, such as I States and. Great Britain, and deeming it
Black, Biue, Drab, .n'd almost every color 1 expedient to make another effort for that-
rwanted met of mi'ed unfilled Cs. purpose, has given it in charge to me to
An assortment of milled kRc unmilled Cass- -int"C'
itree-.all colors.i Pelisse Clotl, dark and drab; Instruct you to renew negociatibns in Lon-
also Kerseys, Beaurets, Sautiets, Imperial Cords, don under the commissioners dated 12th
l),lh. i Coasihgs. Mav, 1806, auithorising Mr. Monroe and
9. 4 10'.q. 1 1 I me la ts1 96pt t,! yourself, everally as w jointly, "to
Shrallooiii, Cslimhj.coes aind RKAtincts, T 'i;bby ti-eat Niththe i T
Velvets, Comnmon do and Velverets,silver-cord trat wth e British government relative
ed do.-'Tartani Plaids, of an excellent quality, to wrongs committed between the parties
Assortment of men's and wonoen's iworsted o, the. high seas, o,- 0lher waters, and for
,Hi p, Children's Hose, Angola men's .white am-d establishing the principles -of navigation
,.co-r'd do .somovery fine; .tl- a g.r-l .lsso-rt and commerce between them." .
bit 1 ck.oto o. E nglis l uo te and have the ho..r,8 c. Sc., .
-4-4 and 6-4 wlite Cairibricks ; Clintzes and R. SMITH.
.G oghams, Blak Catinbrick, Irish Lineis, 4-4 ----
and 7-8 British Shirtimig Cottois. Ar. Smith to Mr., Pinkney.
1\Men's common and leather Gloves, Buck & Depattent of state, May 22, 180.
Doe. do Women', black and colored Silk do. Department of State, May 22, 1810,
Cairpetia.g; assortme-nt ofiBaizes and Flan' SIR--Your despatch of the 27th of
nelssomne back asd wiinte ; very fine Salisbaury March, by the Britsilt packet,was received
(do figurTed aiidl id i i.l; Simk,. Twist, Buttotim, on the 17th of this month.-
Brown Hollards, atid a great variety of other he" president has read with surprise.
articlvs, touuo nu erouBS o eittu in an advvrtisi-. a ; i- T i r "
art. s, e tom nnad i randregret the answers of Lord Wellesley
N. B. The above goods are generally of the to your letter of.the 2d January, and also .
first quality, and will be sold on the lowest his reply to'your note requiring explara.-
terms for cash orapproved"credit. tions with respect to the blockades of
,TO LE a Shop completely fitted f-r Dry Frantce, The one-indicates an apparent
Garmd, or it will answer or A, Meclanic s indiffeice as to r t
SliTp. 'Please to call as above indifferce as to the character of the dip-
Dec 12. 6 w lomatic intercourse between the two coun-.
t I partnership Formed, tries, and the other evinces an inflexible
DYX'-he subscribers, under the firm of determination to persevere in tht-r system
I.I[ HOWARD & UP ION, of blockade.
for the sole purpose of transacting Commis. The provision made for the, diplomatic
sion Business. The tender their services to agency which is 'to succeed .that of Mr. .
tpatir Fonageds and vill republic, soliciting t ti e Jackson, manifests 4 dissatisfaction at the
-patronage, and \vii1 use their utmost exertiotn
tOptopimitetlie interest of employers. step,-necessarily taken here with regard.to
.Advances madeon Consignment, that rninistee,. and at -the.a ame.nutime_-di-
Joseph Howard, minution of the respect heretoflnre atachelcd,
Robert Upton. "to the diplomaticc relations between tlie
HOWARD & UPTON, two countries. 'However persevering the P
.. b cffer' for -Sale, president may, be in theicongiliatory dispo-
500 barrels Beef---Ioo '4p Prk--25. boxes sitioiwhbich has constantly governed him. c
h-li pint TSumblers, English-4000 'vt C of hfee- cannot be inattentive to such an apparel t y
-'in"'00ler-s. English 0 400 sVt Coffee-p i
P.Ct Nails by the quantity, at thle Fa.ctory rice, departure fr-om it on the other side uor to c
t'.alem, Nov 3, lQ ..- c

Department or hcate, July 2, 1320.
,Sir--.our several eetrers if th- 8th a'nd
9th of April and 2d and 3d of May hi,-ve"
been received.
-Whilst it was not known, on the ion
hand, -how far the French go.'uimnn.t
would adhere to the apparent'import of the/
conditions, as first communicated, -,I which
the.Berlin decree wou', bc revUokcd; and
on thq other hand,whatexplanations r.pud
be given by the British govcrniv.int c it-h
respect to its blockades, prior to thate.-
cree, the course deemed pr:iper to be tak6n,
wai that pointed out in my letter to you of
the -14 h Nov. and that to-'en. Ar'nstron-'
of the 1st De;i The precise and formrti
dJclaration since.omade by the Frnich 0ov-
ernment, that t4e condition was limited to
he. blockades of -F-ance, or por.s or
Franco, of date prior to the Belin decree,
and-the acknowledgnier.to the British Igo- -
ernment of the existence of such biU-itkade',
particularly tht ot. May-, u806. iVii sr
failure to revokeit, or even to admit the
constructive, xtinguishronit of itilcid ti.r
your letter to tIte marqui W-. 'sa.y, give
o the subject a new avsect and a decided
ch: racter.


EsS Turnpike. DOCUMENTS,
cTlHE Pr..pi icia s or tie E.6Cex T:.rnfdke Cor-; fcconftanyiqn'the P-geSIDn ts's MESSAGE.
i, f oratiqn -i,,- hereby nitifield, that -their (COStTI 'UiD
IANNUAL l.I. I 'ING will 'e lIk.s a'. the -
'aYalni Hotel, n I t I aY, tho 0/, Dcet- E. tract Letter fr ,. Sm ithh to A r.
tro, inla,/ntfat J 1 o'clock. A.,X,. for the upo',e terfrm Mr. Smith to r.
., cl,,xaiig Jirec,'or, ('crkc anI T'rcasuer. P"ilkney, dated .
-. r tile ycr ei.iig. aid tokiow what .shall Department ofState, Jan ;20, 1-810. -
be done retpectiig Shale., o(in "hiicl tie Asse-.- In my.letter to you of the lth Nov.
i,',is do not appe.ariI ti Ii bernip.si-I. mnd al- 1809,yott i-ere authorised, to assure the.
s, for ti-nlacting 'nit) other wi~i.ti chich they.
y for tdnnuacunsay n oi.the interehichtil British government, th.it th.: U. States sin-
-I y d. e .... c e;el yret iof sd td I 1i e h t t.',a, e.
1(.,iar.,tion -A pnlctua, a-itdnce sre qucs- erely reti ed -H esire which .the.y hav.
te .15 t- alter, oft iil iilnh'ei are to be acted constantly professed,to facilitate ia friendly
bpim. By ori-er-ro/f iel Drec.-,-r.s. accommotdation of all the existing differ--
Jt SHUA DODG E, Clerk. t-nces between the. two counii'iies, and th-it
Salem,'iet 8,"0 nothingpoM.lI be mote agt.e.ble to thdin
Coach/ & Chaise Making. thn thet uccor of l[.-Jrkson ,vLs.,t
FHARLES HILL; "rspectfully in- id v th all'the authorihtie- rec.ssarvy for
torm I's tlriend. amid the public, that he the accomplishment of so desirable an e-
carries on the above business at his Shop in vent; and moreover, that if the attainment
North-street, a few,-rbds north/of MesSrs See of this object through .your ,gei6n., should
combed' Williams' brick store ; where all orders be considered more expeditious, tor.other-
iii his linewill be attended to with faithfulntess i -
i .be attendedto wit fathfuness wise preferable, it w6uld be a course en-
N. B. Coach and Ciaistd Runners of any tirly satisfacitory to the Unit-d States. -
descriptioni may be had at the shortest notice. am now charged by the president to
Carriages of all kinds repaired, and the transmit to you:the-enclosed letter subjoin-
least favor thankfully received ed, siiith6risi.ngyou to resume the negocia-
Dec 8 S.' tipn.s iith the British government; under
Cables, Cordage, '7c. the foil power that-had been given, sever-
;ill ?nd joiItlyV, to you and Mr-, Monroe.'
T'F. any length or size, offiristqualitv,wwrought ll nd jointly,. to you a'nd ?Ionro.
0 of best material, for sale by "Ad '-- A&d in your discussions thereof, you will
JOSEPH VINCENT, be regulated by the instructions heretofore
at his Rope-Walk, ,Pleasanr-street, east side of g&ven to Mr. Monroe and yourself- It is
the Mall, for cash or approved credit. 'howeveri-, not intended- that you should.
Salmi, N.ov ;8 (Sm) commerce this negotiation until thle icqui-
BI ARNARD CERMENATI has de- site satisfaction shlallthave' been mtade in
termined to leave this town by the first of the'affiir .ofthe Chesapeake.: And in the
January next, offers for stile his adjustment of this case,douwill be guided
W WHOLE STOCK IN TR-ADI,l by the instructions which you have heretoh
at reduced prices;. consisting of the following ar- fre received from this department ii rela-
tices C iro--Lookingtion to it.
i Glsse-Picures---Dres. It is moreover desirable, that preparato-
g Gilas es-Spy & Op.- ry to a treaty upon all the points-of differ-
Scra GI-sises-T'eimome- ence between the two countries, an art-
ters-GI,zi.:m'.Di.imnonds- rangement should be made for the revoca-
'-Pen-Knives-Pocket. tion of the orders in.council. .'As it is un-
Book-,-Mimiaturec & Pro- certain. what may be the ultimate measures:
f ilte Franes---H.,nd and of congress at the present seston, it cannot
Candle Crackers--India be expected thai'the president can, at this"
Rubber--Drawing Paper. lime, state the-precise condition to bean-
Sll --P',inti -Petcils.-.- need to a repeal of the orders in council
c| Sc le c But in general,.you may assure the govern-
'I- E : m F riep"r e ds.aGl o meant of his-cordialT'ligposttion to exeitcise
.3 1. have anm'hrm.ndB ,oftresent any power with.whichhe ima.y be invested,
W ema fir eetlcmn,, and to put an end to acts of congress, whicit
those indebted to calltnd settle the ..am, on o 6be. would not be resorted to but for the orders
fore thefirer day of fartuary next. Dec 12 in council, and at the same time of his de-
SJOHN SCOBIE termination to keep them in force against
TpAKES;the liberty of informing his friends. ,France, in case her decrees" should not
J. and the public,' that he has removed to No. also be repealed.".
5, WAKEFIEL.D PLACE,,formerly Archer --
Builip g. where he has now open and for sale a (INCI.OSURE)
gee'eral assorti-eiit of -. "U'"RE S

the luty imposed on him Ibv he rules of
:equality -and reciprocity applicable in suc'-
zeases. It willbe very agreeable to hiii 10I
find that the provision in question is-intel-'
ded-merely to afford.time, for a satisftc-
-tory choice-of a plenipottnr'ia i successor
to Mr. Jackson, and that the mode oft.car-
rying it in'i effect may be qu.illv unexcep-
tionable. But whilst, from-the language of
ithe marquis Welleslcy, with respect to the
designation-of a charge d'affairs, and fror -
the silence as to .in%-ther Iuccessor to the
rt.alled minister, it is elto: be L'-i fr c.J.
that the former alone i, it contemplation, -
it becomes proper t<.o scrtuain wht art the
'-r,'il fr t' Br:, goyerna ent a '
the occasion, and should,-they be sueho a
they are inferred to be,, to i,'Lt theril byv.
c.>rres~ .,r..nd ti ch' -e, in .
,r't-' di i ,h, in n t ,,'I Li, iitted ^. t,. ,. t .;o ,- ,"
don. T 'p. .,* e reiis on i..i c-
tion fpr obtaining the r.. qi-,i' i tiw ,':dge
ol' this subj(-ct,. in a mu r ':r I.. lf io
justice. to the friendly- policy. wlidi Lthi UL -
)nited States wish to be reciprocal in every
instance between the t.'do nations. But in
.the event of its. appearing that the substi-'
tution of a charge d'hifairs for a n'mnister
plenipotentiary, is t.1-: e iof a, coniinuance {I
not required or c'NIl,iinr.d by the occasion
and c(rnn-t.q. itly jutitif'ii'g the iolercnee
drawn from the letter of ord Wellesley,
the respect whi'-h the United States owe
to themselves will r-quire that you return
to the United States, according t,. the per-.-
mission hic rb, giv .n bi the-prei dent, leav-
ing charged with the-husincs-i L the lega-
tion such persorn as you mria) deem most fic
for lthi rust. Wiiththfs-view a caminis-
sion. as j.. qui ed [. a statute, 'I the iast;
session, is ii,'t:wi'h nclosd, 'wiithaa blatk
for a secretary ot leg.ttit.n But this step
you will not considcryourself as instruct-',
ed to 'take in case ''you,should have corns.
Imericed witli a prospect of- a satisfactory
Srsult tie negotiations authori-cd i'y 'nay
letter of tle 20th Jn. .
In a letter- of the 4th of' this,pionth,I
transmitted to you a copy/ofthe act ofcon-
gress; at their last session, concerning the
corrercial inti ttcourse' between the Uni-
ted Stati* atnd Great Britain and France.
You winl hereivith receive another copy'.
of the same act. In the fourth .section of :
this statute yoo will perceive-a new modi-
fication of the policy of the Lfnit.ed States,
and vyo will let it be understood by the
Btitish government'that this.provisionr will
be duly carried into effect on: tha part of
the U. States.
.' A satisfactory adjustment of .thq affair
"of the- Chesapeake is very.desirable. The
views of the president upon this delicate
subject you may collect riot onlyjfrom in.
structiops heretofore, givert to -you, but~t'.
fronthe sentiments that had been manifest'-.
ed on the part of this' government in' the.
discussion widtt Mr. Rose and from the
"terms and conditions contained in the Ar-
rangment made with Mr. Erskine*. An4
conf'rmably, ith these views, thus to be
collected, you willio.isidcr yourself hazd-
by-instrtitted to negotiate and'conuclude an
arrangement with the Br,itishi, government
in relation to the attack'ot the frigate Chea-
I have the honor to be'&c.
(Signed) R. SMITH.
William Pinkney &e..


As the British goid4tuent had don-, by tie United Se'taes. -Coi,-of tlhe ans-
stant'r alleged;a ggression on our neutral' wers have been Heretofore. forwarded, and
commerce, thtit her orders in council were another is now enclosed, as an additional:
but a retaliation on that decree, and u(precaution against miscarriage. .
bad moreover on that ground, asserted ->Whatever may be the answer to the re-
aih obligation 'n the U. States to take presentation and requisition which you are
effectual measures against the decree, as instructed to make, you will transmit it
a preliminary-to the repeal of the orders, without delay to this department. Should
nothing could be movie reasonable than to it be of a satisfactory nature, yotr will hast
expect' that the .condition, in the shape en to forward it also to the diplomatic fune-
last presented would be readily accepted. tionary of the United States at Paris, who
The president is therefore equally dis- will be instructed to make a proper use of
appointed and dissatisfied at the abortive- it for obtaining a repeal of th'e*French de-
rness- of your correspondence with lord cree of Berlin, and to proceed currently
Wellesley on this' important subject. He j with you. in bringing about successive re-
entirely approvesathe determination you movals by the two governments predatory
kn~ to r itw it h~ nie ffythp nmeclql ed i C't

oit O tO ITo resume ii t wp av iW ot etn ospec 1t,
and immediate obligation lying on the
British. governt.rent, to cancel the illegal
bloekades;- and you are instructed in case
the answers to your letter of the 30th
April, should not be satisfactory, to repre-
sent to the British -government, ;n terms
temperate but explicit, that the U. States
consider themselves' authorized by strict
aPd.unquestionable rights, as welf as .sup-
ported by the principles heretofore applied
by G. 13B to the case, in claiming &' expect
ing,as revocation of the illegal blockades
of France of a date prior to that of the
Berlin decree as perparatory to a further
demand of ibe revocation of that decree.
Itought to be presumed that the British,
government, in reply t.osuch n represent,
tirosn, will contend that such a blockade like
.ihat of May, 1806 from the Elbe to Brest,
Scoast of n'ot less than one thousand miles,
proclaimed four years since, without hav-
ing been at any time attempted to be duly
executed by the application ofa naval force,
is a blockade conformable to the laws of
,nations, and consistent with the neutral
',,rights. Such a pretext is completely bar-
red, not only hy the unhni'mous authorities,
both of writers and treaties on fhis point
not excepting even British treaties; but
by the.ruleof blockade communicated by
that government, to, this, in the year 1809,
in which it is laid down that orders had
been given riot to consider any blockade
ofthoserstands (Martinique anmdGuadalope)
as existing, unless in' particular ports which
may be actuMty invested& then not to cap-
ture such vessels bond to such pots unless
theyshall have previously been warned not
to entertliem,and that they (thelord. of the;
admiratty) fhad also sent the necessary
directions on the subject to the judges Li"
the vice admiralty courts ia the West
Indies and .Ame-rica.
In this communication it is expressly
stated that the rule of the British courts
fo6r cruisers was furnished in consequence
of the representations made by the govern-
ment of the U. -States, against blockades
not unli-ke that now in question, and with
the express view of redressing the griev-
ance comnplaine3 ot. Nor ought it to be
presufned that the British government.
will formally resort to- the plea that her
naval 'force,although un Applied, isiadequate
to. the enforcement of the blockade of
May, 1806, and that this forms a legal dis-
tinct ion between that and the Berlin decree
of November following. Where it is ad-
mitted, that an adequate force existed, and
was applicable to such a purpose, the
absurdities of confounding the power to
do a thing with the actually doing of it-
speaks for itself. In the present the ab-
surdity is- peculiarly striking. ; A port,
blockaded by sea without a ship near it,
being a contradiction in terms, as well as
a perversion of lhw and of common sense.
From the language of lord Wellesley's
two letter; it is possible he may enaleavor
to evade the measure required, by subtle
comments on the posture given to the
blockade of May, .1806, by the succeeding'-
order's 'f 1'807. But even-here he irsmet
by the case of blockade of Copenhagen
and the other ports of Zealand .in the year
t0O8-at ati mewhert these',with all Danish
parts, were embraced by these very orders
of 1807-a prooftlht, however, the orders
and blockades may be regarded as:in some
respects the same, they-are regarded in o-
thers as having.a distinct operation, and
may -onsequently coexist, without being
absolutely mnerged.in, or superceded, the
one'by the other.
In the-difficulties-which the British gov'-
erarment feel:in finding a gloss for the ex.-
travagant principle of her'paper blockades,
it may perhaps wish'to 'eter an aicquies-
cence, on- the part of this government, from
the silence under which ihey have, in some
i.lstancespassed. Should a disposition to
d;aw such .An 'inference shew -itself, 'you
will be able tor meet it by an appeal, not on-
ly to tie successful 'emonstrarrce in the
letter to-Mr. Thornton, above ,cited, but,
to the answer given to Mr. Merry of June
1805,.as the notification of a- blockade in
the year 1806 as a precise anti authentic
record of the light in which such blockades
and the notification ;of'hem wre viewed

t : UIcts, -

I avail myself, of this occasion to state to
you, that it is deemed of great importance
thit our ministers at foreign courts, and
especially at Paris and London, should be
keptthe one by the other, informed of-the
state of our affairs with each.
I have the horror, &c. &cr .
(Signed) R. SMITH.
Wi-iain Pinkney, 'Esq. &c.. &c. &c. .

Our Relations with Tut~is
We have thought proper to publish-the follow-
ing article, earlier than we should otherwise
have done,for the information of such of our mer-
Cantile friendss as ara interested in thie Mledter-
ranean trade, and have been alarmed at the
prospect of itd interraption.-NiJV&t. t.
Extract of a letter from Ji n Gavino, Esq. Con'.
til of the United States at. Gibraltar, to the
Secret dry ofthe State, dated the i8th,- Sept
"I beg leave to iarndyou. a copy of a letter
from Consul Coxe, dated Malta, 26tlhfuh when
lie was on his return to Tunis. It has given me
great pleasure to find hisl having succeeded' in
terminating amicably the differences which lad.
taken place wit. t -at Bey."
M'ALTA, August 28, 1sroi
John Gavino Es,..d American Uonsui, Gibraltar.
I have arrived at.tleis place on, the 22d
inst, in the scli, Hamilton, capt. Whitlo:k,
as a flag of truce, it-consequexic of an un-
favorable change in the situation of our
affairs at Tunis, with the expectation of
making some -arrangement ~'vhereby the
difficulty which has taken, p'i.e may be
amicably adjusted. ,"
On the 14th inst. his excellency the Dey
sent a messenger to request,- my presence
at the palace. I accordingly presented
myself, and he informed-' me that in con-
sequene o4the seizure (4f a vessel belong-
ing to him and bearing his flA g though the
interference of Mr. Pullis, the American-
Consul at Malta, he-had given orders, to
artist all Americans and sequester all-thei-r
property in the hingdbm of Tunis, which
he would- hold until he received full satisN-
faction from the United States, consider-
ing them responsible for the acts. of their
public agents.
The vessel alluded to was the ship Li-
berty, of Philadelphia, belonging to Wm.
Heylett, of that place, which.had been
taken by a French privateer,. brought to
Tunis and sold by order of the French
Consul .ftpublic auction. "The first minis-
ter of the Bey .was the purchaser, and she
afterwards proceeded to 'Malta 'under
Tunisian colors, Where she arrived with-
out interruption in the month of May last.
Mr. Ptllis, American Consul,,applied. to
the Maltese court, or Consulate de Mane
(as the British-rice-admiralty 'cort would
not interfere,) and claimed the ship for the
original American owners. His excellen-
cy the Bey,on being informed of this took
-the measures before related. "
He-not only regards this as a loss of'
property but asan insult offered td'his ifag,.
and will view it as-a declaration of war if
the ship should not be restored to him,
with damages for detention. He .insists
on the right of purchasing prize vessels at
auction, or any others offered for .sale .in
his kingdom,, arid'that his flggi-shall pro-
tect them. His excellency declared that
he had giventie the strongest proofs of his
justice and frieridly disposition to my gov-
ernment, in causing all the American ves-
sels with their cargoes to be released,
which h'1d been taken within tihe linmil'of
his jurisdiction,; but that those taken on
the high seas was an affair between the A--
merican and French'governments, and did
not concern hirim. He has. warned me that
if the ship Rolla, (acr American vessel
taken by a French privateer without his
jurisdictional limits) and purchased by his
agents at public auction, at the French
Consulate, should be hereafter claimed by
an American citizen, and given up to him,
the Ameticann-with their property at T'u--
nis shall be answerable for the event.
The amount of American property at
Tunis may be computed at about 250;000

All my encdeavours to deter his excel-
)lency from these harsh measures weie of
-no avail. He assured me, in the most
'solemn manner, that he would not only

From the documents accompanying the Pre-
sident's Message it appears that the American
Minister Plenipotentiary is ordered to re.urn
to America. The reason is not a secret. It;
is declared that such a high character is not
required to answer to the one sent into this
country. We consider this as dignified con-
duct, and such as does the highest honoui-t:o
our administration. This is one of the firm
steps which a good patriot might wish to vee,
and this will oblige an unswerin such laiuguage
as all can understand. 1: will tell us in unc.
quivocal language what the British intend, and
as the event will be seen, it will not depend on
any r.man's wordstobe well understood. Facts
will unveil the diptom'rcy.

We have oreln heard, We lha'e the delays
of a ,epublic- un govcrnitient ; we carn lhve tI(
law n(conimrt'ce till public deliberalitos have
delayed, and the setasonable momn-r.t is over.
.Bult now (jur .gov,-tnment prop-s-s f:'rm i's
own p'lwers to icegoi.ite with D.nnimark. a t
when iheevi;s are pressing upon us, Ihbin ttl',s
I recess is too summary ; it wants legisativ
wisriom. Let thi g.uvet r.nent do whitr it IS,
it cannot tscape, blnme. Happy is it that i;
noes very tl-ing so i:!,:,t tihe eent ii ,v..-s.
'ason. p,,iiri ..d '. it! it.

firmly adhere to the ste .pshe had already A new Jaomn.i of 3trd t:F'Poliey i ;mr;;,i
taken but ,woild ipursUte such voters as lie edin LJan l'!rg,6 and 'lnr i:ke's System of ln-
mightde,eun necessary. I have now, how., sur'ance and lottomiry, and nothing i;, ne; ct-
ever, to iuform.you, that n rmv arrival here, d w"h can ee .co rn erci m,,
.anct in consequence of- mn' having official- Iance discover atnd ion t the., s., o,
Ivy informed M r. Putlis of what had taken tlac ce hdiscov er aeoiuiun intheir u 1" tic"n-
cerns and the. rcsourcls oAtheir .-.2.iialindn.--
place at Tunis he has, as the only alterna- try, and tih great attention to thle -r l j,, -
tive to prevent war, withdrawn his claim, of naAil piner is not g t ajitc soothji:g o th-
and the ship:has been restored to the Bey's Dutch, especially when th;.y are tsstred that
ambasaftlor at this place, whereby our re- they shall have a full shi e' tilef activity and.
nations with that regency are again placed of the glory. The new stateof the Polish count.
on the same friendly footingon which they trLis is conforming to the netv grants of territo-
were before this unfortunate occurence ry, and to the increase of its population, and an
toelk place. estimate has been made bf tIle acceded valte uof
I shall sail on my return to Tunis im- the property and distuibutiqn.
mediately in the vessel which bought me The plan of bettering the condition of the
here-having thus brought the difficulty Jews appears not to have been forgotten. Inr
.which had atisen to an'amicable conclu- tie present year in the Dukedom of Anhale
sion, on terms vhich- trust will be satis- Bernburg were the following directions. That
factory to the government. evelfaminily of the Jews sioqild fix upon some-
Very respectfully, I have the honor. to pr- nam V which it should passi that pr
be, Sir, your most obedienthumble servant, th re idres be kept of ilo s and deaths w
(Si ge S. ...... that tchildren-snouldbe iaughtltoread, write,
(Signed) S. D. COXE. and know the power of numbers, that theF
w I -- should keep proper schools for such purposes.
it- t'. I a~n'i l\ and should every year report the employment.
'"_in which their' children were engaged, and up,
S"LE Vs DC AL 19, 1810.on such compliances should be entitled to the-
common privileges of the other citizens and
By the last accounts from Europe we have inhahitants, and be qualified for trusts and em-
important idi, wch n p o us ployients as they were by the laws, and should
ott aet, h c epainto e free from all the impositions to which as,
the state of European iaflhirs.. By the French Jews tiey hlad been srbjrct. This arrange,
papers we find no reports which discover that e.w arey ha e been sb d, Ti arrange-
the French acknowledge any repulse or check ri e c" ave been made upon safe
in Portugal, but on the contrary we are told of principles, anI just liberty.
success, and of great losses on the part of the Froi.England we learn nothing very en-
n.glish. From -Lihbon we earn that the wo to o negc and it is expects
art"esare fortifying at their several pohions, r 1that01out minister wi'l be withdrawn. No-
though we are nort old in ,what paces. Re- thn o probably will be, done til the events i-t
ports are that the rerch are expecting troop Ps11 are known, and lieir efftsu te
from Spain, and- that part of the force before natllloal administration. Smrne partial changes
Cadiz were to be sent to Portugal to aid the have bhe-e;expected lately, without any promis-
operationis of Massena in that country. Tile ed influence upon foreign afTairs. The present
7 French troops near Geneva were to be put in state of Europe has not been without serious e-
motion, and in the southern parts of France. vils to the domestic a'ftirs of England. Thle
It is even added that by some late negotiations state ofitsfinances are too public not to become
Austria was to supply France with troop) The an alarming consideration, It is not merely a.
various reports need no particular satemnent. master of speculation, but concern of, serious.
They concur to give this belief that the French experiment.. Tie ,hopes-of the nation diminisfl
would collect all their force should it be,neces- from its artificial wealth, and tie 'proo -of itsf
sary fot their lest effort in the countries of Pcr- real- im'po~vrishment are unequivocalL The-
tugal and Spain, and so they give less. hopes afbefs wofell said tat Irel alarm, foreait hasl
from any resistance'which can be made to the t wel said that Ireland is of greatest Valun
French arms in th!e presentt state of Europe. to England than its Bank, and the lom-3of the
In the Austrian arrangements i is said that the first would be greater than the other. "khe pe-
Archduke Charles. was to be at the head, ofthe tuitions of thel-ish increase with their, ffer-
Austrian arms, but it is not said that he was to ing..; of the event much is feared, bt" time-
command in person the troops tobe in .the sdr- vi.ll sdon bIring the report to us. We hiar no-
vice ofFrance,-should such tro ps-be employed. thing of any recal.afthe orders, or of any repeat
Nothing is reported fro En and ot race of blockading. laws. The existence of aLover-
Nwhich seeirsto off:r a sertioius check t''The eign fleet, ardl not its presence, is to bW the
ambition of the French emperor. "Is said the claim to command t.he Ocean. It belongd to,
*Frtench troops in Portugt, have pot the supplies selden" o prove to the wishes of England its.
which- the English derixVe from tie command ;dominions over the seai'whdic surround i;. It,
of the ocean, but whether they sIhffr has ol hasbelonged to acc ..niilated power and to sov-
yet been mrnde known. ereiguty on the ocean,. tOextend the clainr*.nd
Fr om Russia we"hav~he .particular history to ceate'by a word a prohibition to enter. into-
of the military operations ibn urkey, but there any waters of the globe. But such power ex-
has b!en a report ofnegociations. Nothing like lists only to destroy itself. t challenges te ef-,
the purpose ofaany terms with Russia has been forls of every nation, and must expire iii the-.
announced from Turkey so that respecting, this daring energies of its strength. Aspiring be-
report we can affirm nothing. We have the yond mortal ability, i perishes in the effob, andV_
best assurances, that the war with Turkey was leaves a solemn warning against repeating the
not becoming more popular in Russia, and the attempt..
last news from tihe Adriatic was that the Turk- Experiments continue lo be made upon thoe
ish vessels whichlhad been detained in the ports natural riches of our country, arid in so many .
of that quarter had been released. The French places has the mineral Coal been discovered,
kept command of thie tipper part of the. Adri- and with such various properties', that wemay-r
ati at (li the last drtes. VWe learn from Russia expect speedy advantages from a liberal supply..
that the best purposes were entertained respect- .' Among our publications we find the cirtin-
ing neutral commerce, and that every thing 'uance of the Americat-Register, which had
iould be done to give it encortragement. No been conducted with rrttation in Philadelphia
,discovery had appeared of any design to inter, by the late Mr. Browne as far as the fiftlKvol
fere With the commercial arrangements which tme. Such works are deservinlg of high es-
France might make with any powers on the tdelmnfor the valuable documents they contain.
Baltic. W\e earn that the king of Sweden left Dr. Ramsay has promised another and nore
Paris early in October for haIs kingdom. We correct edition of his history of the American
are informed that lie was at Harhburg on the Revolution. This has been the most popular-
12th of that month, ahd had. safely reached book upon the subject, and pet haps it has been
Zealand in, Denmark ;. and-it is. added had pass- 11 mniorelthan any other. We are told that
ed into Sweden on the Oh of October, and had ft is to receive much improvement in the next
been received with military honor, at hi land- tdtion, and nat barely to be republished with
ing. The speech.of .Go.v. Tibell will prepare such alterations as will not entitle it to higher
its to conceive of his reception, a ,d tiei present regard than it has yet received. His several
tranquil state of the nation Many things have publications have been very kindly received.

been circulated which might lead us to'judge
that some internal jealousies did exist, froju.
thp speeches ascribed to several eminent char-.
acrers, and from pretended violence, to the
prince who has abdicated the throne. Yet
such a spirit has been discovered in the Assems
bly, and such hopes are inspired in their com.
mrercial concerts, as seem to, take hold of tife
national character,, and i-est on the best assui'-
ances or domestic traiiquillity.
The many papers which contain the history

of the Hanse towns of the North, and the inter-
est which seems to be taken in all enquiries in.
to their constitutions and privileges, might lead
us to think that the changes in Euriope would
produce some serious artrlngements respecting
these cities, arid different from any which had
been in late times contemplated. The new d( -
Ties discover the state of the trade of these
cities, and the unlimited control which the
policy of Fi'ance has over them. Derinark,
Prussia and Saxony are equally submissive io
the same authdory, and no appearance (if re-
sistance has been shcwn. The French com-
mercial and military transactions do not exleiud
to the internal affairs ofi thse countries. byni))
interference with thet civil constituted airtl., i-
ties. The hopes of commerce are not howetV-r
uost in the lianse town and whatever they vx-
pect, they continue s. associate with their ,; .e.

.. s.. P.EsTra, LATEST RO. G.." G .L In .i3( towpn, r.i' ja.min Daland. ag d 8
*/e. : Brig Paulina, Gray, 47 days rout London, a wothy and respectable triizen- he has left
2L!'iTICA.L DISQUrsITION'S-No. I. ar. at Boston on Monday, with papers to 4th n aged -wif wh ... beraed of a ender and
*- November, (four clays latest.) The King o anctionate husband ; and numerous ofspring
WFS E FLORIDA. England had'been indisposed for several days whose welfare he strove with the utmost soll-
Th- u.!dinistrr.ionfo Jeffrirson and Madi- in consequence of a cold.-A London paper jcude to promote. VWe need not dwell on his
s.n are b.ajy ilhustrations of our constitution says, Russia had proposed to renew negocia- virtues-they are too well known to require
adminiri.,ite.cd in its purity. All their official tions with Turkey, and to give up the main illhistration ; we will onl- add, that he btore a
-.cts ",iHl sta nd the test. of the most rigid scru- points in dispute, viz, the possession of Molda- distressing illiess.with Christian forttrude, and
iny'. The more you examine them, the more via and Wallachia. Bertadotte, the French resiiegned thegrovellingobjectsof timeand sense
you will b.: convinced,hey were correct. No Crown Prince of Sweden, lhai arrived in Zeal- for the nobler enjoynrents of heaven.
.,ct of their r;dmiunistraiion which has met the and-he landed at Halsinburg, Oct. 20, under a Mr. Jonathaln Hartington, formerly of Wes-
iri.i;i!ified disapprobation of the eternal friends salute of all the batteries.. A violent gale of ton, aged 2'7.
,.f Great BK.afn, can be more clearly justified wind had been experienced in the Bay of is. --____ ,
tiia the taking possession of West Florida as cay, and strong fears were entertained for the .
ifr ai the river Perdido. As there is consider. safety of the vessels and persons engaged in an.i p,
al!e plausibility in the arguments made use of Expedition from Corunna to the place heftldiy .
i: opposition to this measure in the newspapers the French. It is stated in a ministerial paper Custom-House, DistrictofSalem ? Beverly,
of the Northern Confederacy, we shall rideat- that the government had determined ltoconsider ENTERED,
v'r to show the title of the United States to this Lucien Bonaparte as a prisoner of War, and Brig Wmi. & Charles, Shatswell, Gottentnrg
territory ;, the authority by which the President that a ship had been sent out to Malta to take -schr Union, Whitney, Havana-Frethdship,
has instructed Gov. Claiborne to take posses- him on board, and to convey him, -his family Tucker, Marblehead.
b)n ofit, and the propriety of that measure ; and.effects to England. schooners FriendLEip, Derby, Lisbon
and also the limits which this measure will z~-r-"' Spring Bird, Lambert, Martinico-Eliza, Arch-
be viewed by Joseph Bonaparte, or the Cadiz L7PIES' FROM LISBON.. r, Savannah--President, Lord, Portsmonth-
Jinta. By Capt. Bartlett arrived at Boston..frotn Hercules, Felt, BaltimoreL-brig Coro"I andel,
TITLE OF THE UNITED STATES. Lisaon, accounts are to Nov. 6. The armies Messervey, Mediterranean-gloop Primus,Story
By the treaty of St. Ilcfonso, concluded remained in the same positions as at ths previ- Marblehead-Eastern i'rader, Ripley, N York.
O. 1It 1. 1 MI. SnA n irnn vd to *n-i i o. l ous dt t It wa r-rorted th ratn -ORT O '



Ut. 1. c 1o,1, opaiii o, n ... .. t i., ilia, "u .... ...u.. ..., 1........ csa utQo tPrench PORT 6F SAEllfK
Colonie en Pcovince de la Louisiane, avecJla had passed to the south side of thi Tagus in. MONhAiy. DEc> 18-r Ar ship Eliza, Bow-
mnme etendue qu' elle a actuellemint entire boats, and a Portuguese divisiout was ste. a. ditch. 67 days ft-om Archangel, with hem/p, to
les mains de l'Espagne, et qu' elle avait lorsque against them. It was Iumored at Lisboaithat 1. Thorndike, P. .Dige, and H. Devereux.
la' .France n possedait." The Colony o'r the French troops had withdrawn from before PORT OF BEVERLY,
Province of Louisiana, with the same extent Cadiz,,and were expected to assist Masseha.. Suilday, Dec 15-Ar. brig Gilpin. Potisland,
that it now has in the hands o. ,pain, and that 62 days from rchangel, witn hemp to HIon 1.
it had when France possessed it." Now we CONGRESS. Thorndike. Cr'me out in co.with 12 or 14 sail,
defy any man of common sense, or any lawyer, In Senate, 1)ec 7, Messrs. Giles, Crawford, over the bar ; amongst which was the ship Lit-
by amny rule of construction to give any other Anderson, Goodrich, and Pope, were appoin- tie Cherub, of Philad.-Had very bad weather'
lair construction than ours. It is agreed on ted a committee on our relations with France .and made much ice in doubling North Cape.-
all hands that Louisiana in the-hands of Spain and G Britain. Spoke. offCape Sable, 8 days since, brig Factor,
didall hands that icludean art of Florida, but that in the House, on Monday, Dec 10. a corn- from Gottenburg ; saw her 2 or 3 days after,
did notlinclude any part of Florida, but that in mittee was appointed to fix thie apportionment bound for Salem.
the hands of France it extended to the river of Representativei, ulion the 3d Census.' PORT OFGLOUCESt1R,
Pdrdido. Ourtconstrtiction therefore is, that The House agreed to refer the various.sub- Sunday night, Dec -A Columbia,
Spain conveyed toFrance all the territory which jects of the President's Message to different Thoias, froin the Havana for Salem sailed 23d
she included within the colony of Louisiana, select committees, &c ult. Brig Cv.nhia, Lee, of Salem, sailed for
and also in.addition thereto all the territory u New Orleans same day, Left ship Suffolk,:
which was not then included within the limits Our British friends in America meet our Carthwright, 60 days from N OrleaUs, to sail
of Louisiina, but which had been included with- claims in Florida with the same disposition as in 2 days for Belfast, pu.t in for water and crew.
in those Jimits when Louisiana was in the hands the most hostile power could express. Not Brig Lion, Jones, for N-York, 10, Mary, Lander,
ofFrance. Any other construction would make only the claims are rendered doubtful, though Salem 3. Schrs Un~expected, Watkin.s< from ,
the two dlauses clash, and be repugnant to each the same senae has always been understood by Honduras. for Norfolk, 2 ; came in for water
othere. This construction is perfectly clear, the American Government, but the most fav-. Band provisions ilc. n Larcom, Be'erly, for
fair and obvious-w-France.conveyed to us all the ourable circumstances to assert our claims in The Columbia had a rough time ever since
right she acquired from Spain. consent with the spirit of the settlements is she passed Cape Hatteras. On Wednesday last
PItESIDENT'S A'T'rIIOnITY. judged to be an act ofcowardice, or meah poli- she was within two hours sail (if a fair wind)
By an act of Congress passed Oct. 3, 18'03, cy and of ungenerous advantage. Whatis the of her port, when she was inet by the snow
the Pt-esident was authorized "to take posses- sp'ritof this censure, first upon Mr. Jeffeison, storm, and forced off.again aboit 35 leagues, the
sion ofand occupy the territory ceded by France and then upon Mr. Madison ? Indeed the ho- wind being very he.tvy till Friday morning,
to the United States," and for this purpose he hour is immortal which Mr. Jtfferson has gain- front, E E to N N W. They were in imminent
was authorized to "employ any pat of the na- ed by annexing the territory of Louisiana to the danger of going a 'e ; some of the hands
vyor army of the United States." But it will United States. His policy has been prudent and all very mudh weosn dow v(en they aieiv-
be said that although the tuiritory may belong in waiting for the first opportunity for full pos- ed.
to the United.States, and the president tmay session, which now offers to his glorious suc-. Monday evening, Dec 17.-Ar ship Restitu-
have authority to take possession of it-yet that cessor. tion, Briggs, of Salem, from Riga, via Gotten-
there is no reason why it should be taken pos- bhrg-'-ailed from Riga, Oct 8, in company with
session of now more than forthe seven years 'When it is in the power of the opposition, ship Hudson, Hosdwick of New York.- Left
ast .ast ; that we are taking advantage of the they are very free with their epithetsof igner at Rige, ship Asia, Leach, of Beet'ly to sail i
last past that We are taking advantage of the fr heir epithets of 8 or days ; Antelope, Hopkins, Boston int2
dltt cted state of Spain, imd shall be iinvolved. an, illiterate, blind creatures, if the talents of Merchant, Hopkins' Portsiouth, to sail in 2 days
in a war either with Joseph Bonaparte or the in men in offiaedonot suit them. BlU whlen we for Baltimore ; brig Columbia, of Kennebunk,
Cadiz Juobta. Whilst the territory remained read their remarks on AMr. Madison, we have to sall in 14datys.---Soke, Oct 27, in the Belt,
.in the hands of Spain and France,'our govern- only to see tihe text, and then their comment. ship Laurel, Burnham of Boston for St. Peters.
ment'was willing to wait until a sense of jus. In the comparisp.n we at oncecdistrust their burg ; same day, schr Liberty of Marblehead
twice should influence the geamnors to deliver understandings. We see nothing but quibbles for do--Oapt B. had at list of vessels in several
possession. But now a new power has assum- which neither indicate strength nor subtlety. ports, bu in hase unfortunately left it
ed the. government, and divested Spain and They expose to-our contempt the writers, from i on i-, Piroctor, arrived at Marblehead on
France of the possession-This power says to their incapacity to conceal their in'feri.ority. Monday from tHavana.
us, take us into your protection, -or we must Like school boys nrnding a classic expresso-n, ship Adriana, Loring,fir St Petersburg, a' at
seek the aid of some foreign power. New if or a declaimer against day light, that we could Boston on Sunday-Sail'ed from Goteiiburg
government should hesitate to take possession, see best when the sun was down. The light Nov 3 in co. with ship Boston Packet, Mans-
it is evident that they would throw themselves of Madisan drives all the fogs away. field, and brig Bellisle, for Salem ; brig MVary,
into the arms of Great Britain. Now Great -.-. of Newburyport fr Memel, for Leithl. Spoke,
Britain would say to ns with truth, whilst The accounts from Ireland are distressing. Messengerov3, i N. ea, near Fair Island, ship
France and Spain were at war with up as you A late paragraph respecting this county says, Messenger Lovtt, for Salem who informed
permitted them to retain this territory-it was The French are building ships, and it is feared thaT he H L o Beer lyfrom Got-
taken from their possession and delivered to that in three years may command the ocean ? tenbuig, via Newport, at. at the Vineyard oin
us ; we must hold il-you must look to them B.,t how are we to live till that time ? The Tuesday last week.
for remuneration. This situation rendered it theory of British commerce with all its wisdom : Sl'OKE- Nov 26, lat 48, 30, long 30, 30,
the imperative duty of the President to take is so at variance with the history of their ptos- brig Lloyd. Rand, of Newburyport, 16 days fr.
possession ofit, that it might hot fall into ,he perity, that the spirit bf the nation .is depicted Newdastle for Alexandiia.-Oct 25, off tihe G a
hands of Great Britain, and that we might not in the figure of a muai under a falling precipice, Belt of Femuren, ship Galatea, Towne, of Sa-
be 'compelled to resort to a war with her to from which he sees no way of escape. The lem for St Peter-sburg Laurel, Burnham, of
gain possession of itompaint. Salet, for do.-Nov 23, it 46, loug 44, ship
gain possession of it.-.. troubles are almost too serious for coRplaint. Rising Empire, Webstei', of Newburyport, 22
That Joseph Bonaparte and the Jtifita of Ca- All in sad expectation wai: an event, of which daysfrom Savannah for Gottenburg -O)ffCape
diz, will have no reason to complain, is evident they. have terrible applrelensions, only the Charles, schr Active, Hassam, of Mancnester,
from this. This colony has declared itself in- droad, and not the comprehension. The means for New-York L-t] 48, 30, schr James, Ptt-
dependent of both, and has'thi'own off all sub. of their safety are lost in the perplexity, and as nram, from Havanna for Marblehead, very lea-
jectien to either, and if we do not take it, wit! atct directs,'it must rule their doom. i ky, intended to put into Clfrleton.
evidently fall ino hands that will keep it. Now At Trinida pe, Nov 4, Export, Smith, of Bev tg F
the Prestident at the same time that he has or- A Neg'ro girl was ately burnt.' to, death in N X u days, Cottenburg
deled it to be taken into ihe possession of thi North Carolina, by laying near a. fire. In her. Bya gentleman arrived in oston on Monday
United Stttes, has assured the Spanish rulers flight she fled to thlie bed of.her' stress, and I who lelt the Vineyard on Sunday evening, at 6
and governors that we are willing at anty time endangered the ,if- of her mastcrtniid mistress. o'clock, we learn that the fleet had not sailed ;
to submit our right to it to a fair and liberal disi- A child was so barit that its-lite Was in danger. there were in the fleet, 1 ship, several brigs.and
cussiorn, and if the right is not wvith us, to re- a number of schirs; one brig belonged to Salem,
store it to Spain.. IT this view it is evidently 'Two persons were drowned., in Saco river I andaneier to Marblehead. The Clarissa, from o
better for Bonaparte or the Junta, if they really, lately, by the sinking of a bat, and ohe was adras; and several other vessels, ere at Old
own it, to receive it fiom us peaceably, than to killed by a mill wihe'el. The Biti o'cloop Phoeix, on er passage f
send an expedition to conquer its inhabitants, I. --- ) D- from Trinidad to Philad. on the 4th inst in lat. a
which they can never effect if they throw them. At Georgetown, S C Jothan WVilliams, of 37 long 74, in the evening,'fell in with a wreck, u
selves into the arms of England. Therefore Charleston sent the miate on board, who found her to be a L
this measure must lie considered as advantage n Richinond, ajor Joseph Scott, Marshal small New-England schr without any person in D
ous tot onIV to the United States, but. also to fosep Dsht. her ; she had cLrried away both rnasts, had a s
b tanas to of tre District. jury-mnast erected and had four feet water in ce
,sepqb Bonaparte and the Cadiz Junta. -In Philadelphia, Peter Browne, Esq. aged her hold-they found by the broken packages
n N IAoLDO. 59 "- and scattered goods, that she had on board soap, d
WVe are assured says an Orleans, prper, In New-.York, William Lamphlin. butter, men's and women's shoes, hats, woolleno,
hat tie givernr of Pensacola (Folk) In Wolcot, Conn. Rev. Israel B. Wood- calicoes and smoaked herrings-but they did
nmr.r i eing for Bao ca ward, aged 43. not br;nr a w.,r any of the marks, and it being
e, at the hed of theSarah and Baton In Norwich, Conn. Christopher Lesshig. dark, could not see her iame.
Ronp~e, at due head of the troops which 7 i
I q well, EliE aged 76. ... ..
could becollected at the seat ofhis govern- In Hartd, Jseph Bielow, aged 9CK & CORDAG
.In Hartord, JosTpCh Bi.low, aged 8 11 iee. of si Duk o
ment. The Choctaws and Talapourhes At Fairfield, Ileinry Wakemai, aged 81 110 pieces of Russia Duck of the st quality-
har taken np irms,and ranged themselves At Somersworth N. f. Thomas oberts, 100 do of do front Archangel-
under his banners. We learn by a person v-,d 51. Cables and Cordage of an dimensions. D
of veracity that the militia ofthe opposite In Palmer, Aaron Merrick,Esq. aged 76. warranted to be rdanfactured fom tme best ons. A
shore r.f the Lakes have received orders Tl lMonsonr, Thomas Tupper, agd 9C6. lemp, for sa!e est of
to ho'd dthmse ,ves in readiness to marnr.'; ,- In Watertown, Mr Seth Wells, aged 42. Dec. ir. b es-se lichardscn.

ibatl bp liuti0tt.

II-E' public a r respectfully informed that t'ea
follt.w1n>g, wituh other articles, will positive.-
ly be sold at Ptiblic Aucilin,
Essex-st re t, Salem,
2500 Bandana Handlierchiefs
100 dozen Muslin Shawls, different figtires
4300 yards Calicoes- -300 pieced yellow Nankinil
3017 yards Cinghalii
719 d j super fine Broadcloths
1200 do low priced do.
100 pieces Caradaties
1900 yards coloured Ihtlia Cottoti
100 pieces Kirwaiv Cloths
600 do fine Jallapore Sainhia
400 do Wash Checks-160 do G iriis
300 do Mow Sannahs
400 do Jallapor Mariiobdiee
325 do Meer Gunjy do.
115 do Emerties-200 pieces Baftas
1700 yards Tow Cloth
3000 do American Cbttbion loth
5250- do Bodk, Jaconet, Cob-wei,. Lapipei
Colonade, Riddlenet anti Lae Muslins
1500 do Russian'Crash
1400 Madras Handkerchicfs-
1200 Sestlr3o,. and Dora do.
140 Chopa pRdmals do.
1500 tooty.Romalis. d
600yards Kidderniinsteir aipietfiig
30 pair Blankets
900 yurd- Br4itihl Shirting Cotiori
120 lb> Italian Sewing Silks
11 pieces Russia Sieeting
1700 yards Irish Liner'
828 pair iens" 'k \'Vornieis' Cotton SiocEiniig.
45 pieces Brown Hollauds
11 dd blue and red Serge
15 do white Flainels
240 yards red Shalloon-v-275 do black Satin
1969 do black Ltistringa .
579 do Line DLiaper-T abl6 Cloths
91 dozen 'apes-1700 yards Cotton LaUi
21 pieces coldured Bombazetts
3056 yards superfine Cotton Cambrickg
726 do cornmmo do
61 bundles No. 5 Pins-300 Fahs
.468 pair Worsted Hose
80 yards Pdlisue Cloths-i-3?6 do satinethS
2165 do black Cotton Cambrick.
6 lbs Twist-700-pair Braceg
ii27 yards Cassimeres
'35 pieces Ribbons .
50 do do ,. Velvet
211 yards Tabby Vlivets-253 d Naiikin ttb
69 do Figured Gree *Cloths
;100 do China Cotton Flannel
173 di Vesting, diffl-rent qualities
459 do Furniture--50 pAir Sailors' ri'awstrS
76 Silk Velvet WaistcoatS
69 6-4 Red Silk %haivls
1200 balis coloured Cotton
71 Camnel'rs H-air -shawls .
Black Craptes--Silk Velvets
Cotton V,.-Irets
Cottort Pocket ,anudkerchiefa
Bot.les Rappee Snuff
Variety Buttons-.Threads, Sc.
516 black 4-4 silk. Hanidkerchiefs
35 China Wooden Wash Bowls
40 Back Gammon Tables
2000 Strings of Beads
Black Netting Gauze
100 000 best Spanish Cigar .
19 Portable Writing Desks"- large ao a.1
small do 17 hair Trunks 1 Tackle Fall
1 elegant sh6p Lamp, Candlesticks, &c
1 large Iron Chest

'300 )bs Mai-tinique Gr"in Coffee, entitled to
debenture i good Milch Cow
A Pew in the Rev JDr Barnard's MeetingHouse
-another in Rev Dr Hopkin'9 MeetingHouse
A shop on Union Wharf, lately occupied by
MVr Richard Baker.
Terms liberdl-nmade-kno-in dct :he sale.
Next Saturda6 tiO 10 oYchock,
.4 general assortment of
and a variety of other articles--Particulars irt
our next
Valuable Real Estate.
On FRIDAY. QSth Dec. inst.
YijtLL be sold at auction, all that valuabl-
, estate known by the name of
Allen's Wharf5
together with all the Buildings thereon, and the
lats and privileges thereto belonging.
ly Terms at the sale. ,
John Saunderauenc'.0__,
.By order of Courtl I
W ILL be sold at public aucuon, on Saturday,
the fifth day of January next, for the benii
fic of the minor heirs of Ralfih Devereux, late
f Marblehead, deceased
One undivided thirty sikth part of the
allowing described Real Estate, situated in
larblehead, and bonded as follows, in front
pon the road leading from said Marblehiead to
ynn, southwesterly on the farm of the late Jobhn
)evereux, now James Alley, southerly upon the
ca, northeasterly on the farm of Jonathan Glov-
r, deceased, to the road or bounds first begun at.
"The sale to be on the premises, when the con*
itions will be made known.
Nathaniel K. Devereux,
Marblehead, Dec 12, 1810. Per Order
Archives of Useful 1no*ledg'. .
UJST received at the Book-store of H 'iNRY
I WHIPPLli, Wakrfield-fidace,
Archives of UseftIKnowlcdge,a w.ki
voted to Commerce, Manufactures. Ror',i andrt
nomes.ic Econ mv, Agricutlure and the Ueiul
rts-by James Mease, M. D --- I'wo rUmber?
this valuable work are already received--
h-.crin'hins solicited.-tnrms %2 pc,' year.
U.hs. ll

i~. ,

-- ior the Kiver risate.
S ies.K~idriilter CA PET'lNGS, THEihip OSPREYi mn&el Cook
2 doo priced blue- BROADCLOTHS; -,maslef iinig at Aln's Wyharf
2-'l:superfine & middling do. assorted.colorn.( For fight o,' pa sage pplyto tte
I do COA'TNGS and RATTEENS; ...lnast on boar or tS OOK,
I do moe BLANKEi'TS ;1 .tVO t,'OLK----LTLI1,Ei
'2do FLAN:NELS, assorted-colors, and of su- -. cn : t-h H." CULES, Jo NA
superior quality ; t- HAN FELT, mnaSter, Iving'at Pea-
I do BAIZES ; body's wharf, part of lher Freight
12,doi -1DIA COTTONS, very low ; BM. engaged. For Freight apply on
I sae VELVETS aid VELVETEENS ,;- board,, or to N. FELT, -
I do Gentlemens' and Ladies' black, white, IVh/to has, for Sale,
isla'ei-asl-mixed worsted HOSE :- 1,000 bushels good Maryland CORN.
I do BO(MBAZETSand-WILDBOREVtev. Oct. 12.' _
ery colour; IRE FENDERS
1 do BROWN HOLLAND ; Co NSIrGNATENT ofibrais mounted WIRE
I cask containing a large assortment of TEA FENDERS, ofAmerican mantiufcture much
TRAYS ; anid. an elegant, assortment of superior to any imported, "atd for sale at the fac-
the most ftshiionable BUTTONS; tory prices. 'Gentlemen whopurchase theaibove
Dark drab QUEEN'E S CLOTHS ; Fenders will find it will be-.of great safety to.
Green and blue do do ; guardagaist fire in rooms, as well as 'tn orna.
PELICE CLOTHS, various colours; mieit to a parkor-. Fenders of any length or bite
Ladies' short kid- alid beave GLOVES; will be furnished in a few days-hotice.
L -.. .. ..s o Adrhanidsome assortminift of plated and brass
The above are among many articles boSEA- moquited mlellowe, ani commonn do for sale by
.*ONABLE GOODS;, received by the late a:'- SAMUEL D. HOWE, "
itvals, and now ..penin.g aid selling by No 3, North-street, Salem, Mass
... LIPIf TR KIMBALL. Dec 5 8
S'& st)e 14., :;:'- : '.:- : --W .:A... FOR bA E "
HENRY WVHiW.PLEP 0^N board the Schr WILL AM, lying
At his Bookstore, .Ao 6, T'uk.-fit. Pace, (f/. at the DERBY WVARF, a quantity of
merk .lrcA'rs ai'i.'g) Dried ; COD-FISH.
H AS just received a lupaly Qef h-le jully esteemed -
.nnri approved MEDlCIIE&. &c. prepared hlI Apply on board.
W. Cowe.'"t; Chen.i ,' 14, Clares freet, 3w Salem, Dec. 4"
.U'flnm. The)oltowitigia another instance f ithe fingin-
a cm-.c o v ds
Br. Relfe's.Botanical Drops. Ne Goods.
* At thr eaincilt iqueft ot the rehieva, foi thie benefit T iAVID ROGE RSrespectfully inform's
'f the afll teed. ad inoyives nift humane, it is fubmit- LJ his friends and<'thepdblic, iitat lie has .re-
l t t [he prri LMEi titl lee public. r B had fo ceived by the late arrivals a-laite assortment of
S., fHAN ?. LME, i"atl.e Street,.Bo"loah had for -_-. ENGLISHt GOODS, '
mlne .." b.b- ii...uoed with eruptions,, but when he ....fS t
.ppplied for thete arops he was covered, a l over, except. suitable to the Season, consisting of Staple and
isg rngroud i mouth) with ilales like a filh, attended- Fancry Ai ficles, too numerous to particularize.
withmrifnt violent itching and burnings, which not only As18o, just received a new assortment of A-
deprived hpn oill-c., but when h'extieded lii-'imb merican and iIrlia maiiufitlures.
n .ood woaiti-iulh out itn various part as thtsgh he, Personswishling to suply)ltliernselves, wholesale
h.d A'eec.,i .i kaitfe-in this late, by taking Kt', or retail, at the lowest cash-prices will please to
-Bi,',s uf il'le ops thftkin affrmed-itisheiaihy appear. call.at his Store, No 1, Utiin, Building,' Essex-
,Cr the '.htMe of t e cruptionleft hiltlt, his health was t ..,
eqablifbted aid,he is now able to follow .his bufiels, Square, where every attention will be paid, aind
wilt alacrity. all favors thankfully-recetivd. Oct 10
Theie drops'are a ratlial cure for the, fcurvy, falt- f T
j*sheim plinpled face, eruptions, lIcsfy, viencreal tainis 5telllig OffH ATS, .
(a lies'n.ic..r, has tailed) and ill impuritief..,of ihe ECK & LEL AND ben about to
blb.d, and may be gien 10o children with iaetv Afk ng ab t
for Dr Relf's Botaniica! Droops, and as you value' heahh L leave Salem, offer fow sale, at their Shiop
Obterye dte hitlide printed wiapper, is figned WIV. T; in Essex street, (one door west of the Sun "Tav-
CaOwW as above. ern)
SMay likhwife be had, A large'and fashionable assortment ofHATS,
D.. -Relfe's Afhmat.ic ll of almost every description : and wishing to
Dr. Rete's Aromtatic Female .ills, for obftruaTon". make immediate sa-.. offer them at wholesale
Dr. Jebns celebrated Liniment for rhutatifins, and or retail very much below the sual rite.
th Dtelie "s, tnimedt, wiandcurhe freual in 4 ures the 1ose desirous of cconomizi g iln the pur-
ITC s', tne i,.ur aapplcaation. h chase of Hats, have now a rare chance, if they,
Dr. Hunter's celebrated Pills for Venereal cotnpliints, call immediately. Salem, Nov. 9.
and all MEDICINES,&C. ptntred by W. T. CON'WAY A ds.
Salem, Dec s, 810o. -. lar3t.- la GOods
Strayed or Stolen, TTOW opening and icr sale by
N Sunday night last, from the stable I DAVID PUTNAM,-
of Mr George-Wiggin, a sorrel JIORS, at his Store in Essex-street, near the Market,
0a complete asso-tnhteist. of
aboutl14 handshigh,4years old, with longiane, a complete assort-ent of
hlaving never been trimed..and-trots all. Who- European & Inditt Goods,
ever will return said Horhe, or give infoirliation'* hir a -ol,, .,' ", il s ;'
where he may, be found,,shall be suitably, re- mS. tO are the ,ollowI otcles-VI
W warded, antd tll charges paid. Real 'superfine black,,blue, bottlegreen,
George Wiggmni. brown, drab anid light mixt 'roadtcths Mid-
Dec 5 dingg & low priced do ; black, blue, olive, drab.,
brown and gi een Htint'ers' Cloth ; drab., fawnis
r TENG LISH G OOD S brown, black, bottlegreen and rmixt, double and
single Millid Cass~anere ; Pelisse Flantiels ot.
CHItAP FOR CASH. all colours ,- gree,;bllac'k, slate, fawn, svirlet
W illiam H athorn r j- land m:n'aron, figured ahid plain Bombazezs;
ll....am .t:, ~IBaizes ; Bliankets ; Flantnels Swanskins; Iluf-
'VFORMS his .customers 'and the public that fil. ; Kerseys ; Forest Cloths ; Coatings ; Rat=
JI'he-has received by the late arrivals from teens-; Gent'lemen and Lidiesbltick, slate, maixt,
England, and are ready for sale at his store in and white worsted and lambs wool Stockings ;
Essex street, a general assortment of Velvet and Velveteens ;.. blacks,brovwn, green,
S b l 1 slate, fawn aud scarlet Tabby Velvets ; figured
easonable OO S, and plain Salsbury Flainels; Scotch Plaid; silk,
hich b defined to sel as checotton & worsted hiding ; Shallooins, Durants,
wlsich- 'lie ts determined to sell as cheap for Caso se i C -, uce 1 a 4,
as can be bought in Salem.-Please to call an I husels, al.d o .tlai.ancoes ; I trunkl-4 ana 4.-4
see.. Salem, Nov Loidon printed Calicoes ; 2 do middling k low
r T t. priced do ; 1 do Furnitures ; I trunk elegant
"R, F. CLOULTMAN, ~4-4, 5-4, 6-4, 7-4 and 8-4. Shawls ; silk'and cot-
A'ASFOR SALE, at hisStore,. .to Tartan plaid Ginghams,; middling -id low
St!. .ESSEXSQUJRA, lricked do; .-4 and 6-4black., white and colored
-Brass Kettles, 'Copper; do. .Fire Fe:ders, Cotton Cambrics; ',silk, worsted and Leather
Wariuing Pans, house & hearth Brushes, Stew. Gloves ;.:silk Stockings ; Linnen ; LongLawn ;
Pans, Sadiorns, block tin Tea.-Pots, platifish tifi British Cotton ; silk and cotton Hanilket chiefs ;
Coffee-Pots, ]Knives aind Forks ; ltla-e assort- Cambric 'Tocket .Handkerchiefs; figured and'
meant Needles, Knitting-Pins, Hooks and Eyes, plhti. Muslin ; India gol(tns ;,Checks ; Ameri-
Holland Slates, Papt ., Quills, Wafers, Bottons, can Cotton Bedticktng ; Cotton Yarn-at Factory
:lMoulds, Sliakers Nest Boxes'; lilac, drab. prices.; No 3, 3 1-2, 4, and 4 1-2 best Londoli
imorocco, cream,/black, ground- and laquer d Pins ; mixt do; Tapes of a superior quality,
tea, cheese, fruit; knife, andt Sauffer Trays, from No. 1-4 to No. 55 ; gilt, plated and steel,
Caddies, Decanter Stands and Canddlestick coat atd vest,Buttons; a very handsome assort-
best flint and common Decanters, Cruets, mKent of Ribbons ; CottoriLaces; black Crapes;
Mustards, Salts, Jellies Wines and Tumblers"; Boanets, of all kinds ALSO, -
China, gilt, blue printed, lined., edged, enamli'd A handsome assortment of Sable, 'Bear,
aud cream colored dining coffee and tea Ware. Elt and Polcat MUFFS & TIPPETS.
wholesale and4 retail: cakes of Tumblers and 7The above wtth a- great varnity'of. other ar.
Wines, crates of well assorted Ware Nails ticles, too numerous to be inserted in an ad.
amid Brads at factory pi-icey : gunpowder, hyson' vertisemnent, will be soldiery Cheai. at whole-
and hyson skin TEA, superior qua.Hity. sale or retail. Salem, oct 20, 1810.
n.IlAtTED-A capable. LAD oft iexception- OR dE .4T
able habits as an Apprentice. .1 -J -AT
TO LET--Two plea!Nmt CHAMBRS in John Dutch's Store, ssex-street,
said Store- Also, a DWELLING-HOUSE in
Webb Street Nov.. 1 J Good assortment of ,
:Webb Street N .8 ,'F A LL and- WINTER GOODS, re-
Ladies tL,/egant English Beaver BONNET S 'e aNTI GOO e
,t' sived by the late arrivals-Lkewise a
and PLUMLES. ,inod assotnt.ent of Sable MUFFS ahid TIP.
NTATHANIEL FOWLE, corner of PETS--Ein do-Bear do--and all kinds of
JL. I Union and Neptune street, hlas just open- FJRs-Muti' 'ahd Tippets made and repaired
ed one case of ENGLISH BEAVERS, of the at theshlaortest hotice---All the above Goods
newest fashion just imported, elegantly triined wsll be sold cheap for cashor .approved credit-
anm of almost every color worn, viz black, blue, fdease to call and see.
fawn, wMite andi drab, which lhe will iell cheap- N. B.-To LET--chleap-a good Shop
er than can be bought in Salem or Boston. i0 Essex-street, completely fit'td for an English
ALSO, Goods store, tf Oct 17
From the Boston Factory, of the nelvest fash- r
oinientlemen's Beavers,-6f the 1st,2d, atrd 3d Aimanacks for 1811.
quality. Gentlemen's Plated .Hats. Youth's OR sale at the Book-store of
and.Children's Beavers, and Cochineal Moroc-' 1IENRY WHIPPLE
cos, with an assortment of Felt Hats, of all siz- by gross, dozen orEsinRle,
es. all of which will be sold chap for cash. Isaiah Th '-osas, dozenr'sinr "e, -r
shippers & Country Traders may, be supplied IhTonas-Farmers-Poor Clergy
at the shortest notice, neian's-Low's & Sewall's Al.MATA.c3
Casly. and the highest fPrice, fiven for FURS for 1811.


''laich are celebrated for thie cure aof fot Di!'eafes to
Which tile Human Body it liable,
Prepared only by the faok Proprictor,
T. W. DYOfT, M. D.
Grandson o the late Dr. Robertlon of 'dinburg,
A.ND0 7
StomachMic Elixir of Health;
(Pricecone dliarand fiftycents ) -
One ol the molt effiyciou medicines ever offered to
the public, fort the fpeedy relief and cure of obltin.te
Couglis, Colds, Confumptions, the Hooping Cough,
Althialhs, Parse and wiind in the lomiach, removing ha-
hitu,1l coliveIIcfs, ficknef's at the R7,ntach, dylentetics,
cholera mobus, levPragiiplgs, the summer bowel comin
plaint in child re,, &c
Vegetable Nervous Cordial,
Or Nature's Grand Restorative,
S (Price ce doltiar'andffiJy cents,)
Is confidently recommended, a thel mott efficacious
medicine, for 'the fpedv relief and-cure of all nervous
c nplaiintis jnpuritiea of the bjood, leminal weaknefr,
glcets, .nl various c'mplaints resulting from dillipated
pleafaires, refid ,nfi in wartin limates, the immoderate
ule of tea, the iniktilful orexceiv'e ole of mercury, 'o
often deoI,.disi' t.l he huna t frame, and difeafte pecu-
liar t fernales.at a certain period of life.
Patent Stomachic Wine Bitters,
(Price oe. dollar)
TuHes celebrated Bitters are. composed purely of
vegetables, and are particularly adapted for rtftbring
weak conilitutipos, criatfilng and itrengthenng the ttorn-
ach, and increasing the appetite They are ecxtrtmely
ferviceable in all leafons, but particularly to on the ap-
proach of warm weather, when bilios. habits expefi-
en -e iIh total tofs of appetite. Allo a certain presen-
live gamint intermittent levers, agues. .dyfenteries, &c jo
C.St.LE ATDn "
Gout and Rheumatic Drops.
(Price two dollars)
-A fare and effectual cure ,for the..goat, theiinatifm,
lumbago, i me arid gravel, fwellings, and weaknlts of
the joints, fprainss, bruises, and all kinds of green
wounds--the cramp, pails in the head, face and body,
ftdfficfs of the neck. frozen limbs, &c.
Injalible form D flr oing Lozngierc-a medricile high-
ly ,ieceftary to be kept in tfami, ies-price 50 cents'
l) DYOT 'a
Anti.Billis Pil:s-VFar ir: prevention and cure of
hillious and inaligian;t fevers.-Price 25 centr-tlage
otxes ~0 cetus"
Parent Ich Oinatmean-For pleafantnefs, fafety,*expedi-
tioi, eare and cci t ity, i a iiii iiely lpcrior io any o-
toer medicine, I ir tlie culte ot the nniit dtfrg.eeable dil-
order the ITCH. Price 50 ccni a bos.
Ceearted Gout and Rheumnatic Drops-Price a dollats.
F" Prtrc e dc t'ar,.
Extrafled from an lbcr'an P:an for during ,defefts of
the skin, and iunpoving the complexion, &c Price.lwd
dollar's. *
w'hiseing,'and' s plervong tle teeth and, gums--!,rtie
bo c:nts per bcx '
Si ice ltiaboveinvaluable medicilet, wete fitf dlif
-coveied upwards oafi fen hundred thkouand pc-afons have.
experience their happy and talu'ery effects
Refpectfullv folici:3 the public to obferve, that owning
to the certificates' ut.cures, prriormed-through the effica-
cy cl the above nieslicineas,having become too numerous
or their inserniqi iln newspaper, lie has in consequence
thereof piubhIhed pamphlets, wherein are enrolled the
undeniable facts, fignedt by citizens of the irlf refpecta-
bility, clergy and mcmber-s of the faculty j and are now
to be had gralii of him and his sefpective agents through-
out the IT ihedsStates. Augufit, i8so
A N END of a HOUSE in Cha-ter.
street.-Inquire of
Nov. 24 JOHN HILL.
Salem Bellows Manufactorv,
"JUST finished &S received by SAMUEL D.
di HO WE, No 3, North street, the following
assortment of liellows, viz.-Mahogany parlour
bellows-do with plated momnting--do with
copperplates and varnished drawings on the
fronts-do with brass mounting-common kitch-
etl do: Wholesale merchants, traders, retailers
and others, for exportation or retail, .willhave a'
'discount made by the dozen or larger quantity;
N B Blacksmiths and silversmiths Bellows
'made and repaired a4 the shortest notice. "
S. D. H. returns thanks to merchants
and others for their liberal encouragement the
year past, and solicits a continuance. 1,
Double and single Trusses and Bandage
of every description made and sold at the above
Manufactory, whiolesafe and retail.
Nov 10 8w .
500 barrels and 40 halfdo. superfine and
fine FLOUR, landing from schr Fenelon
For sale by J: RICHARDSON

14,000 QUILLS,
JUST receivecand for sale at the Book-store
*-itn ssex-steet,
suitable for competing rooms.
Some cheap kind do. at a low price.
Family 4to Bibles.
Blank Books, whole sale and retail.
Books, Sationary, kc.
SBuildings of the subscriber in Nepitne-.
street. LtxIKEWISE,
(formerly A richer's Building) under the Foriai
Insurance Officer another under Mr Israel Kim;s-
man's store--ahd Store, No 9, with a Cellar iunt-
dese' the .samne-can be finished at a short notice
in such style as the engager may direct.

Salem, Dc.3, 181,p Jos Do ,

INFORMS his f.ierdls and the public that his
goods.pei' the Atugntsus, just ari-ived (firo
Liverpod6, are now ready for sali, c:oasistina Oi
it general assortment of
English Goods,
Extra superfine, dark, black Velvets &.
blur-, black, forest Thicksetts; .'
g green, bottle green, Tolvcis ;
rich olive, black and .iockabucks;
white mixt,fastiiona- Diapers ;
ble sage and dust Damasks and Tab'e
mixtc.nddrabBroad- Cloths, sboie large
cloths a great, ari-- and elegant ;
etylof second, mid- Dimities ;
dling and low do ; Shirting Cottons, some
Extra superfinedrloble extra fine and stout;
k& single mill'd,black Eleg'ntCamibticChint-
blue, mixt and drab zes,
Cassimeres, a varie- Common Calicoes;
ty of tow priced and Furnitures;
common do; Loom seededd, dotted
Double milled drab muUilook and cam-
Hurnters Cloth and b- -ic'luslins ;
Kersies ; Irish Linaes,some very
Fine green mixt and fine ;
drab Forest Cloths ; Elegant Shawls and.
Blue and drab Plains ; ticarfsin imitation ot
Vestings ; .imel'b htir;
Drab green & corbeau 1 box of Cotton Lace,
Frizs;, .1 assorted ;
'Blue, black,' grey and Lace Turbans;
drab Webb's & Im- | Caps and Tippets;
perial Cords; Ladies' white kid
Kidderminster andVe- Gloves, mocl fa.wn,
netiat Carpeting; venetian 4, York
Men's bladk & sorted long and habit do.
Worstedi-ose,lambs nmen's beaver, fawn,
wool, fleecy & 8auze doe and buck do.
ditto, women'sXaack': Silk Umbrellas. cot-
lead, slate, fawn and tori doplated mo.unt-
gauze do. youth's ed; ,.
children's.do worst- Men's -best E nglish
ed & cotton pahnta- Hats, -
loon do. a 1 trunk of black fand
Worsted, cotton and fancy Hat tinings ;
fleecy Drawers and Qualities;-
Shirts ; 'hoe Bindings
Rich worsted 'Scarfs Coach Lace
Ic Cravats; Saddles Webbing ;
Sailors' Frocks; Galloons';
White, bliaok, red & Tapes; Braces;
yellow Flani.tels .k Gold.Thread;.,
Baizes Twist Buttons; ,
iocking.s; Shallobnt ; London. Pins.g'C.
Rattinets aii(d Bom- *i,.An assortment
bazetts,of a variety I of elegant Ri6bbos and
of colors. I mettl Bsttons will be
A quantity of olive aniid -opened.'fi a few days.
** The'Nbove Goods are offered for sal
,as low or lbwpR than tite Bston p.ices, b'
Wholesale or Retailft Oct-

New & Fashionable Goods.

XAS just received, aid ready for sale at his
store, sign tf the gold watch', Essex-street)
S large and eteant assortment of '
d mongst which are the following: 1
Large eiglt.day CL.)CKS, With hndsot ta
varnished cases,-S. Willard's patent eight day
TIM 15 PIECES, sonsevery elegant, with a the -a
'mometer, and burit shed gilt .cases-Do. with.
malhbgany do.
WA' CHES-best .double cased English gold
and silver capped.and jewelled with seeo6d,:-
Do do. day of the month, do do. plain-4Genevan
(do do. ith the day of the month, oi'pped ind
jeweled-Do do -plain I
JEWELRY-pearl and yjet Finger-Rings,
Shirt-Pins, B'iracelet-Clasps 4nd Ear-Knobs .And
Drops-a variety of pa.teins, fillagree Knobs anic
Drops--Do Hoops-Pbfin Gold Finget Ripgl,
Ear.Hoops and Shirt4Pins and Brsacelet-Cia'ps,
a great variety r.f/iatterns-Gold. silver, gilt,
steel, white and yeiliow metal Cestus-Clasp.4-
A Ijrge variety Gold Watch-Chains, Corr.eliao
Keys, Seals, &c
SILVER WtARE-Tea Setts tomatch,Sugar
Basons, Cream.l'ots, Porringers, Tufamlts,
Cups, Thimbtles, Pencil-Cases. &ce
PLATED WARE-best Sheffield apd B3ir-
rnuigliam Coffee &c-Tea Setts to match, a vari-
ety of patterns-Round, oblong and Oval Cake
Baskets, Sconces, Candlesticks from 1,50 to $12
-Lamps, ovai and globe-Snuffers and Trays,
Caster Stands, from gS3 50 to 30-.-Fish Knives,
Salts, Labels, soup Ladles, Table c Tea Spoons.
Britanria 'ITek l'ots, Stigar and Cream-Basous
to match.
Gilt Watch Chaiis, Seals, Keys, with many
other articles too numerous to mentions in an ad-
The above GOODS with those before
on hand comprise it is presumed, a more exten-.
sive arid valuable assortment, thanihasever been
offered in this town,.
N. 13. As most of the above Goods we're
selec-'d by a gientleman in London, at the man-
uf.ctories, tbcy will be sold unusually low.
J. B. acknowledges with gratitude the
liberal encouraigenmcnt he- has received in his
business and asks a continuance. He keeps con-
stantly on hand nf his own manufacture, Silvery
Soup, Gravy k CreamLadles; Table, Deseref
Tea and Salt Spoons; Sugar Tongs ; and will
make them to ,ny pattern, and war ant lthe
as good and as Iuw charged as can Ine had in
hoston or elsewhere-also Silver, Ci fire-e & les-
-Setts, wil l 'll nriisnhed on short i-lti.,; oni tlhei
s:,na terms, of iany pattern-als, <;oIl Neck.
Iices by the dzien or single-also. Hair Watch
Chair;, Br.rcr.ets, Neck-Chains, Hui,,p &.c. of .
lie nO'w,-st patttemInI.
7 CoA ck" aend f'atches of every description
cli.-ane! adc repaifred in the beat manner qn4
N. B. One or two LADS from 13 ro i4
veal s of age wi.I be received as Apprentices to
,tle iablve btliinLeC if application is nadle soon.