Title: Columbian centinel
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Title: Columbian centinel
Uniform Title: Columbian centinel (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Alternate Title: Columbian centinel Massachusetts Federalist
Columbian Massachusetts Federalist centinel
Columbian centinel American Federalist
Columbian American Federalist centinel
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: B. Russell
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Publication Date: 1804-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp. and the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 42, no. 3 (Sept. 5, 1804)-v. 77, no. 6166 (May 23, 1840).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Sept. 5, 1804-Apr. 29, 1840 called also whole no. 2134-no. 5854.
Numbering Peculiarities: Assumed the numbering of the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly) with v. 77, no. 6160 (May 2, 1840).
General Note: "Massachusetts Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, 1804-Dec. 31, 1817; "American Federalist" appears within masthead ornament, Jan. 21,1818-1840.
General Note: Publisher varies: Adams & Hudson, <June 1833>-
General Note: Printer: Thomas Hudson, <1821>
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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No. 3881) BOSTON, (,flassachusetts, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1821. OU DOLARS -pern n
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rnlIR semi-aiimal meeting of the Evanelica
l lis'ionr-iy Society in ".lassac'suette, wi
lie lh..dn in (hiarlesuton, on \Vil1)NI S I) \AY
Jime -20th ine?. The rm-mbers will assemble ;it the
Washington Ill:. :it 5 o'clock. P. NM. for the trans
eat;ion of the usual business. Divine service will bI
ttrended iit the Rev. Mr.. WValker's church, at
o'clock, where a Dl)iscmOse will be delivered am.
a collection taken in aid of the finds of the Soci
June 9 eptm F. PARKM \N, Reec. Sec.
T. PAUL'S Lod-ge at Groton, will celebrate
Sthe ensuing festival oft St. John the Ba, Monday, the 25t1l day of June inist. Ani oration
will be pronouncedl on the occasion by brother
Janies Carter. Exercises will commence at 11
o'clock, A. M. Brethren of the Masonie Family
are respectfully invited to attend. Tickets will b
1 dollar each. Suitable accommodations will be
provided lhfor Lalies.
As it is expected, Ithat St. John's Royal Arch
Ch1ptcr vill j')in in tile celebration, C(ompaniuns
of' that degree are particularly invited to appear
,;.ilt appropriate badges.
By order of the Co(mmit tee of Arra-.gements.
CALEB BUTLEKI, Chair;nian.
G'nton, .Tme 4, -. IL. 5821.
ONITOR LODGE at Waltham, will be con-
secrated anil its Ollicers installed in aniple
form on the 25th of June next, and the nativity ot
St. John the Baptist will be celebrated on the
solie day. Oilier Lodges and thie brethren gen-
erally are invited to 'a:tte in the, celebration.
Oration by R. W. Br'. TioniAS Powrms, ol
RBston., Processi )i to ferm at 1r. Leenard
Smith's, at 10 o'clock, precisely.
N. IB. Entertainment by Br. Leonard Smith,
and saiitalile provision will be made for the Ladies.
Per Order of the Committee ofArrangementa'
may 2 9sp EPilRAIM ALLEN.
Hingham Woollen Manufactory.
T' .1 I- Proprietors of the ilinigham Wcollen
M -,insf1etory, ae hereby notified that a meet-
ing of said proprietors, will be hildcn at Wilder's
Hotei, in Hinglham, on MONDAY, the 235th of
.lune, inst. at 2 o'clock-, P. M. to see if the Pro-
prietors will dispose of their Real Estate, and any
ether, or all of their property in said CorpotiatLin,
by sale or otherwise, and act upon arty thiig that
may be legally brought before them. A gene'.-al
attendance is rcques'ed. liv order of the )irect-
Hlingham, June 9, 1821. 3sN
ATl.Y21, 1821.
'eTOTICE is hereby giver., that a sui, equal to
the aniount of die Mississippi Stock now out-
standing, having b-ean received into the Treasurv,
from the sale ol public lands pledged for its redemi,.
tion, the whole of said Stock will bedischarged at
the Treasury, on or after the first day of August
tA Secretary ofJthd Treasuoy.
SUMMINGS & HILLUARD, at the bIoston
S Bnokstore, No. 1, Cornhill, Boston, and at
*heh xi.-jiuitilS..'"i o-,i? '-" -"- ", .......
*~* 'l.l.\: =l"^J ^ .; 'i.i in tih tt 1 I,,I bf I XLi,.. c,["
," It L./'.-ratilm'nti J Seeiplw crl i'dueedl pile.:? I.L i I,
Medical, The'logical, Ctassical and Miscellaneous
order for Public, Social, or Private Libraries exe-
cnted with the greatest care and promptness, and
Upon terms, rarely offered. Any Books, which
the market afTordtls rocured, if not on hand, and
purchasers,who fowivard orders, maya depend upon
their being executed upon as low terms, as if iprcs-
C. & H. are supplied with all new publications,as
they are issued. TIsh-y have, also, the best assort-
ment of Blank Books and Stationary, Rec.
may30 '- 4p
Ge6graphia ClassicaP
R the app station of ancient Geography to the
Classics, by SAMUEi L BUT.t lt,, U. 1) just lpob-
lished atild for sale at the Bookstore of C. BINU-
HAM & CO. No. 4.5, Cornhill-price 6'2,: cents.
may 13 4w

Academy for Young Ladies,
ef)ReOPOSE to commence a School for Young
Ladies aid Msses,. in liharlestown, on the
first Monday atol April next.
ReAldini, Writing, Spelling, Geography, and
plain Sewing.--- .. -- 4
English Graminar, Arithmetic, and Compo-
si.ion, .- fi
History, Rhetoric, and Drawing Maps, 8
Logic, Chemistry, the Latin and French I an-
guages, I'- 10
Reference may may be had to
STEVES HIAYVARD, Es(i. Chairlestown,
or Dr. ABSEIr PrHELPS, Bciton.
App'icationn or admission into the School, may
be let' wili either of th' above named Gentkl.meiin.
march 3 if
Co0'nWonwealth of Mfassachusetts.
lidiliesex, as. To Joseph french and others,
heirs at taw of Isaac French, late of Billerica, in
the s county of Middlesex, yeoman, deceased, aud
to all otliers coitcerned in the estate of said dei
ceased, G It EETIie.
g THltRErAS a certain ins'runment, pnrlorting
W to he the last will and tcf.' ment of said de-
te;oqed, las een ctyires-nt- ti rL- p nroltei t the .liitrge
of Probate of w" ,O n tfor' graisting letters iof ad-
reinistra- ion iu and lfwr Ilie said county of rMiddle-
se.x, by Joseph Parker, Jr. the executor therein
You are dtcrctei,re bry cited to appear before
the said budget :t a Court of Prohate, to lie holden
at C(oncotrd, i aind io s-.id county of Mliddllesex,
ou the first Tuesday of September next, to slviw
cause, if any you have, either for or against the
And youit the above gained Joseph, accord-
ingly are'herebty ordered to serve this citation, by
giving iiersoal notice thereof to all persons c.iieern-
ed iiitsai' eslat'e vi;g within twenty miles of
the said C;klt, ten ilays, at least, previous
thlereto ; ainl notif yingll ih is inte irest aed there-
in, by.cassi-.ig a trnie c-py liheeisf to le inserted
three weeks snuecessively in tlie public newspaper
called the tolunmian Centinel, puililshied in Bos-
ton by enjainin Russcl', the lIsipnblicA ion to lt
at least fourteen d'ivs lietore the sa;d first day of
September anti-.to make die return her* ', -ith
you r doings therein utto the said Court.
Witless Samuel P. P. Fay, Esq. Judge ot Pro-
bate aforesaid, under his seal officiaL at Cambridgc,
the twenty-ninilh day' of May, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight htiunid"" and twenty-one.
SAIM. P. P. 'FAY, Judge of Probate.
N OTrCE is hereby given, that tle
subscriber haabeen dutly appOinted adinlninis-
trator to the estate ot
late of Wat 'rtuwi., in the county of Middlesex,
bricklayer. deceased, intestate, and bha'. takeri, upon
himself that truit by giving bonds as the law directs.
All persons having demands upon the estate of the
said Skelto', are required to exhibit the same ; and
all persons indebted to the said estate are called up-
on to make payment to
FWatertswn, June 1, 1821.

To thcHonourable the Justices of the N EW NOTICES. they have, why the priayr of said petition should offices, and the Commander in Chief shall whenever any town within this Commtion-
al Circuit Court of Common Pleas begun and hol- not be granted. Sent down fior concurrence. discharge them accordingly. And whenever wealth, shall incur expense in relieving or
O den at \an.ucket, within and tor the .6 mdiy of To the Honorable Senate and Hon- JOHN P ILLIPS, resident. any corps ist disbanded ity' law, the offices supporting any poor person, who has no set-
VI Nantucket, on the second Mand ay of May, A. orable seHo of Representatives in General-. In the House of Reprsentatives, June 14., 1821. belonging to the sasime shall be discharged. tlement within this Commor.wealth, such
s- 1. i t21. o S CouSrt assembled. IJOS[AlI QUICY, Speaker. SE. 2. iBe it further enacted, That when. town hall be entitled to .a reimbursement;
e tl ptitonf Samuel Cary, of Nantuket, in y HE petition of the inhabitants of the town of A true copy, Attest. ever any officer, who is or shall be chosen to at a rate not exceeding, in any case, the sum
shcws, that lie is interested with Ol-id M 1tcell l8 the Legistolre of tlis Commone lth,e yepo- S.F. M'CLEARY, ClerA of the Senate. command in the militia, or is or shall be ap- of nnety cents per week, each, for adults,
shews da, i~naie is interestell %;with Obd 'Mitchell'J. 1806 the Legiw oie of tois Common% 1 b on Y i tofficeso the same, shall, after lie and fifty cents eac i for children.
CI hristopher Mitchell, and Thomenax olger, ofNan- the petition" of Sanel I. Figg ad others to fTwo petitions of a similar nature, signed by pointed to office i the same, shall after he and fit cents each for children
- tucker, aforesaid, rncoreliats, and Soloman Coffin, build danm from Prison Point in Charlestown to upwards of 600 persons in Cambridge and Chirles- shall have been chosen or appointed and be- Approved by the Governor 15th June 1821.
of said Nantnclet, hlisl aiidmnan, and others to your Leclmu(re's point in Cambridge, for thie pu.po0 of ttown-, ha al li been presented and referred to the fore receiving his commission, remove out of
petitioner unknlown, in all the common and undivi- erect ig inills and a public highway, thereon, next session ofthe Legislature. the bounds of the corps to which lie is chosen AN ACT regulating the building with
ded land on tIhe.sland of .Nantucket, and includes granted the praver of the petitioners for the f h OTICE-isehliere ivn I appointed, to su!ch a distance that his Ma- wood within the'town of Boston.
the whole Island of Nantucket, bounded on all purposes :iiiresaai, subjectto a ditt for all vessels s lTICE is lereby Ngiven, that the jor-General shall think it inconvenient forhim SECT. 1. E it enacted by the Senate and
e sil3 b the sea or salt wtter excepting such passing thlrogh the draw thereof.-That in tlhe stbscriber-has been duly appointed Admi.is- to discharge the duties of his office, or when- House of Reresentatvesin Gen
parts o(the said Islasd of Nantucket, as have been yeas 1S187 the legislature as afobresaid gratt'ed to ttrator of all atnd. singilar the Goods and estate, of everany officer shall refuse to acce prhis en- os eofr ase7 Re btaeve ia oe
n herettolbre divided assigned and separated by met(- .Johnl C. Jones and others, the right to build a THOMAS AGRY, mission an to take and subscribe ts oathm- l Court assembled, and byf the authority of
:and bounds, and lot ted oto sunudy persois in il- bridge, commonly called, Canal ridge, fr'on bit e of llowel in the county of Kenneethesamed after the
rentt parLs of said Island of Nantucket, and rec Leverett-street in Boston, to Lechmere's. point esquire, deceased, intestate, .and has undertaken required by the Constitution, it shall ne the this act it shall be lawful to build houses, or
y now owned and held by said persons in severaltvl, aftoesaid in Cambridge, which -was afterwards thl trust by giving bond as the law directs. All lthity of the Major-General, to certify the other buildings of woud within the town
attnd excepting also a place or tract of land ln.uindtd built though not conilnrmal, to its charter ; and in person ttlrefore Ihavingdemar.nds against the estate facts *upon the back of the commission, and of Boston, the posts whereof, measuring
e and known by thie nameofQuase.andl ace1pting:lo tle year 1810 stunitry persons who were peroprie- "od deceased, are desired to exhibit the same to return the same to the Adjutant-General's from the bottom of the lower sill to the top
one other tract of land bounded rd known by the tor' ih the Ctnal bridge sand who owned the land for settlement; tindeall indtebtLd to said etatte a.-c office, and to case, the-vacancy to-be filled, of the plate, shall not exceed ten feel, and
inae of Plaiofield ons said Island of N'antucket. at Leclinmere'; point pincureId an act of the Leg-is- requested to make immediate payVient to SvEc. 3. Be it.further enacted, That officers, thle pitch of the roof thereof not to exceed
ile aforesaidl ttividel hlind ott sisid Island of Nai- nature incorporating then, by the te.me of the SA NFORD) KIN(SBU!tY, Ader. duly commissiotied to command in the militia, one third pitch ; provided that such roof be.
tuecket, conttainis aboutiseventeeni iitousatidt ebone l.n- Lechliere e Pointii Corli'atin.-Mtfiuy of the pro- oall e/Jl, utnet12,11322. may le removed Frons their offices by thine of a regular slope from the plate to the top
dr' sit] Sevety-thee Siei's Comosthat your pritors of' th e Canal bridge anld the Leehire T ICE erebygienthati de ofotHouses thL tuet thereof, and that no window window
pettine is desirous to hold and enjoy his pat or point corporation who were subsris for shares TICE is heeb given, that the address of bot ouss ofthe Leslature to there, and that no window or window
share mi said common and undivided land in sever- ia the prison point duam corporation,havino viewsifor t subscribe' has been duly appointed adminis- the Governoi, or by fiir trial in tourt Martial, shall be erected or made on the sloping part
alty. The said Sainuel's p;rt or share bie ig (oe their owr. private interest, which have since been tratrix, to the state of pursuant to the laws of .the Commonwealth of the roof of such house or building: Andt
hundred and ten sheep's conimons part and parcel of disclosed, appointed ain agent who purchased i, thile 1..EVI FARR, for the time being', provided also, that in no case shall any such
the alores:dd undivided lanlu. shares of the oilier subscribers .to the prison point lateofChemnsfodh,int'lhecountyof.liddl-sex,stone.- provedd by the Goivernor June 15, 1821. house or building exceed sixteen feet in
lie therefore prays that your Ihonors would or- dam corporation, and shortly .afterwards the stares cutter, deceased, ivtestate, amnd has taken upon mea-'ure from the-ground to the highest. point
der partition thereof to be made and his sa;d part of the three corporations were equalized between herself that trtist by giving bonds as the law di- AN ACT in addition to all act to re- ;n the rooof.
f oirshare set of'and divided firor tihe rest agrecaly' the different membrs,ai',d their property bceumi riets. All person s hivi'-g derands optn the es- live o)wns frotmr the expenses of" pet'- SEcT. 2 lie it further enacted, That so
to alaw otf the Conimmninnelth. in sieh eases nade a common stock, ownedl by tihe same persons atnd tale of.the said deceased, are equiret to eihibit ve W lo teepne pe- CT. 2 e t further enacted That
.end provided. And as in duty bound will ever the business of the corporations transacted by the the same ; and all persons indebted to lie said es- SOItS imlno'isoned for debt. much of the laws heretofore passed as are
pray. SAMUEL CARY, by his Att'y. same persons. tte, are called upon to make payment to S. 1. 1 it enacted by the Senate and inconsistent with the provisions of this act,
JOSIAH HUSSEY. The deam so called, was commenced by said MAIY FI'AR, E.ru'a. t IOnse of iepresentativesin Gen- be, and the same are hereby repealed.
proprietorsand carried in such a direction, as that Chelmsfrd, June 5. 1821. eral Court asscmb7ed, and by the authority .f Approved by the Governor June 16, 1821
N Conmmonwealthi of .Jlassachunsettc persons travelling from the upper pal t of Charles-- the same, That when any person, hereafter ..--- ------
Nuantueket, s Attie Circuit Court ot Common town to Boston, might Ile induced to cross the Ca- confined in close prison on inprocess
Pleas for the Southern Circuit, begut and hol- nr al Bridge by mians of the dam fresaid. M iSCELLANY. one clse pris on mesne process General Court of Massachusetts.
"Natitm tcketaAtthiniiCo t t t i itIh -Lorexecution, issued upon any cause of ac- _-.
den at Nautueket, within ad ibr the couniv of After said purchase was effected, your petition- eT ac---
Nantucket, ou tihesecond Monday of May, A. ers who were well dispose.h towards the erection _FOl TE CENTINEL. to, accruing after the fourteenth day of SEATE, ST dr rT, JUer 16.
O. 18r1. of said public highway,- wed informed hb mem- "For, mnodesof FaithF lIt zeaio, Bit- fit ciIs he E Senate reconsidered their vote of
Onet-. of sad coi'pts.'attttio, o situg to act ya rhirec- 'r oatnbe isor~aatishetzeo st/l iotsfign t t r, e 1 Senat stthe r
n the petition foresaid, Ordered, that the pe- bers o said corporations. sumng to act as direc-. is can't be wron whose life isin terigt. eight hundret.and twenty, shal! clain reli o-f n t f direction
toner pblish ar attested copy of is titj t tors, thl,t ticy u never u e t build ie dam ubje as pauper, the keeper of the prison n .' yey on tle uation, and condirecting
aIn this urT, thi-ereon three weateks siueessivco-l in to the trat.asitly it pasaiig through the dratie of o' E31 TO11 which stuch poor ,sebtor is confined, shil, the o tee o Valuation and concurred
thle Columbian Cet el, printed in lnston; the said dam i s imposed by the charter, and ltht if -A HAVE latelyseen a letter from an Amer. after tswentv-four hours from the time such with the House therein.
hast piublicatmio to be thirty days at least before your petitioners wished the completion of works f- ican gentleman, then resident in a townI' claim is made, furnish relief and support to tA resolve parsed both Houses, authorizing
tPie sitting of the Cerc.it Couirt of Common which promised so much public convenience they in Turke.y, with a population of one hundred said poor debtor, at the care and expense the Attorney or Solicitor General, in case the .
ts cou b old-t N att -:tuncket, within andt for must assist tthe-' in al l applications to ,the Legisli- and eighty thousand inhabitants, in which of the creditors so long as lie or site shall re- lanagers.of Plymouth Beach Lottery should
thee "-ofNautekeu uto the fir-st Mou'ay oft tor tobe hieved from the duty ato.esaid.-- the writer takes occasion to speak of the main in close contfinemient at the suit of said temptt to proceed further in' the sale of
Nuvemlber nt ext, ad alo sttit the petitione leave tSuch was the desire totthis public il'(mproveer(t "honesty of the Turks," .and obs t ervesthat ceditoat the rate of one ol ad twenty tickets, or drawing any class of said Lottery,
tnl attestedcopy offIts petition and this ortorthieL. that ,thosed'OPlitionerwhsepCv as m e rop-ti t o set f s in Ov tls e p ateto'r onedollasd au d to went'-itru t ake stch 1lgal measures as shall to them
on with tte proprietor s clerkthat all persons con to lie injuredby,, the dam,ag-reed 'o tille .tiw s an immense property is exposed fsoi sale in five cents per week; and no town or district
cerned may the andI there appear and shew cause and the clause in the charter imposing gte tlon th open street, and that any one of the own- in this Commonwealths, shall hereafter be li-. seem prolver to prevent the appointment of,
ot ithwtehortfearrOft'ct-k, that al ebles ccii-et bth ,a....rt"of dut erprue'hes
if any they have, why the prayer of said pelitiion was repeuled.--About this time the t Lehhn ee ers will leave theirs witihot feart of tefth able for the support of any poor debtor con- 'StA res r as repectin the appointment or a
should not be granted. Point and CanalBridge Corporationstmade cxertio That only .fion persons were confined for filled in manner aforesaid. State Pinter, was refe-red ; an existing re-
A true copy of the Petition and order or Court to obtain the erection of the n Gaol and Court crime, and two of them were for being out Src. Be it farther enacteI That when ahlve.on the subject providing that the pres-
thereon. Attest, House at Leehmere's point.-''he Court of Ses- after dark without a lantern Ought not the keeper of the prison at te time of t et State Printer shall discharge his duties

gu i the country ofNantucket, merchants hnm- Undern pretenceot icludingmorefllsand wa. This subject is worhy the attention of the ney advanced, he shall be under no obtina- p Hs Excellency th1 Governor to inform
bl shews, hathe is iNJ.GARDNER, Chriserk. tree prooprt pos of the dfom, who usreasons, CPhristians to bpistsh at this statement thWe ticommnto ent of asu y person, said debtor aes a p- tit another two branceis apof the Leisoiaturted.

Mithel, and Solomon Coffin, of Nantucks ageet that sa cr:rations need not look abroa among the Chrs ns cess or executioissed in ma n f o Several engos e bills fom the businesouse

,o the nor abe t nl. U ieS1 of the 1, ae t s ctug these it the c_ o t "h.ert ii e d having sever lly passed to be enacted; anu

.>.. To the Honorable te J t s of the u hol edpy tow a t ngs, n clEurope inve us titionrn our et wll bes on onr own au shall e of the credtor, his or er attoate, came in, and announced, that His Ex-
Cissent Couset ofCamon Pleas begun and t saoftwentid dam.r thousand nd dot be learss than thirty be e and we shall fisetiment may, per- dments rendered pon cases o action, cellency the Governor had in approved and
delot ffNantucketwthnfindern ..ofidt." on theto,, .e pan to many ort people, but c accred previous to the eenth ensation of the Clerks of the two Houses,
said Island ofitNailsuckt, d o a ;nw i wnoed ohn Ungder lis license, the isterl ed of the da tollation of onlye Chrstouanth o tl e ion, in its t, epeof March, n upp year of our Ldebtord, ione thou- c atein padIot a e ient ed

also, a place or tract of Land, bounded and know about ight hundred eet rom te westerly promlated to man, yet I would ask, wheth- justice issuing suc executions, shall certify tet to incorate the trustees oHopkin s

other traet ofLamW, bounded and known by th said Lechmere's Point. morals, than some who claim to be at tlve accrued previous to said time regulating the assessment of taxes in
meof Pliieldon sid Islandn to Nantucket-s Pot he dam was store-omnc and roeded d of the Christian fith. Ecclesiastie sallcae ch relief as pauper, n- A joint Comittee was appointed to wait
kPetition of Thesmsiao Folger, of deth ,pkce l, sodif. nalsa they have t dis'ca/lnd dap cosfine. d inessa satisfactory scmintn is gtnd or theis p Hi s l of exn c a nenot t o e o tinfo
ioy his e oar nt of Nantucketommon, l and cha vi te I use of ra diversionce of nhlie dam so ide from been pubiect isa worthy thie attention n often ey charged, ebut the debt ander cost, together cl .a-
Sded s, Tha t nd s evrlts terested ith is hritnnh the corse otiginltety io tended d expressed their that religion. I may, however, be told that with all sums, which the creditor may have -h a incorporate the Mbison and Brim-
Mitchel beian Solofifty-si Sheep, o's CommoNantus part alre susopicions tli tol was thereaterwards toede- on fos,Christian.h f ristianares who paid for-the support of the debor while con- had passed anuacturngheCompablic business be-

s(re prays, tid at yor Honors would order ppti- The agent lor erecting lhe dam and the dnrec- th constant intercourse which exists among legal claim against the goods and estate of incorporate the quresidnt, Diremtors aue
saion yeomten,reof to be made, andto s said pat or share t oin apleto te thLegir two cureor exations were of their Th hristan couestion w tries, an influence on our the debtor, but not aait his or her body. Compshallany oftheB edford mmercial Bank."
et novand divided f..oa tle rest,ll hecgremonbln to a i her endeavors to remove these apprehensions mt "si. o s .roved the GoernFeb.18or, the Lene 16 1821 them to te s second Wednesday of Januarye chool
law of te Cmmnwealth, in such ses made and y the must unequivocal declarations that no such H p stats entirely eradicated sr e t District, in thI town fBillerica.
provided. Andas. i odll ,pray. rt i s e itt incrmects, inciples a e habits of th..-Iu. RO S,. .- AN ACT in further addition to at when Soo ater, Mr. B e the Salt Manufacturing

sea r by hi Attorny Jos- H s. .oul.d e ee demandePl fo passing from Charles.d o man Catholic ancestors ? Do not thousands, entitled An act to establish a Court Island Barn.

S ,apr s town to Cambridge, which.he.did a, d wi.. h which, nay millions oe protestants, believe ion tlhe stpbltonb hrft ts u St cam ne Bao t
Commoweatlh of lassahusetts. KSfter repeated assurances from slid directors they doctrine of ErEccro I ? And can the ingenui- nd0 m e r le ommo- -- i' addition to an act, entitled "an actto
lan of Naltukes. At the Circui Court oft Common re satisfied ud ty of man invent any principle orseiiment so wealth-ion assachusettsi. incorporate the Protestant Episcopal Par-
..., .... th be i the latter. Trt hiis sentiments may, per- judgments rendered upon causes of action, cellency the Governor had approved and.
Pleas lr thsep Sourathern by me guns ad bond ad public highway was soold n ate f ed and a injurious to morals to the peace and welfare SEC 1 it less thityori accrued preous to the fifeenth day sig St. James allowing acts in G- field.

den at Nntucket, witi and for the county of road opened to public accommodaton terc.- of society, as to tell a man, tat if he is one f Reprsentatives in Gen- authorizing the Judge oProbate of the
s anlckt, on the second Mondayr e of MayA. AppliUnder this license, the eso the r ourt of the s-lo th the Christ ian relig s hoh h er l Cort asembeart and by the authou-rit of cont of Middlesex to old special Court
held by stidpersons in s-veralty-t an exeptiti ,as locatedsoastojon i sandope upon to e Cann-s fliiteltt'pass all osthesthatever, was sandight undredatdtwety, the clerk or AN ACTin addoto act entitled "a
also, a place or tact 1'Laud, bouded and kiuseus Bridge, aboutePighst htmnieli-thhee tromthedwesteuly- ptomuthated totmais, yet I would ask, wheth-jacttoncoipotate thelrusteesoflopkins'
by the se ; exc also ed of sd trigeinstead of joining te uhd er ay religiolty of ca ll before inimical to good he n the back thereof, that the cause of action Academy."
On th"e Ptaet ition aforesaiiiled stud kre,,soi by-t the. t he cting.one onmorals, than some whodamned, evenm to he at he acratedp byevous to said timed "An act to es- recent the estructon of fish in the
tiioner publish an attested copy of Nints P etit.on an ole road when finished was to e a freead other C istian fthloves. EcesstGod, and ges about Soig. 4.Bea court of Common Pleas frTht when- town ot Framingham.
thi aoresaid und,ividd Laee weeks successively in the ihwy granted their application and appointed a Jew-a Mahomtan-a Hindoo-or a dis- monwealth of Massachusetts," passed on the to erthe time and mpowr holding the Coert
Niretucknt ttitetmn LandBt s at tIteslaod of ,' P h-sitory is Ioathsonme, with the recital of ob- debtors shall be discharg-ed from their tim- -to

NantColumba Centinet, pritented Boston, the last committee to locate it. ciple of Confucius look with complacency on fourteenth da of February last, will often sit of Eliot School to sell and dispose of cer-anklin.
ubliatn t evety-three days at least, before This de the viae Committee met,thes ehensin of r cent, asphem, and r such a Relpact. Ind l- prs ment, near the s manner mentionedifferenthis coun- tain lands.

hundred ndseenktNmthre Sds om mons :o coin-ssions to convert the heathen, let us loo ority of them, may, from time totime, make therein mentioned; and. to change the
That, your Pttiohat is h esiots to hold and entt- petitioners, who lost. no time in iquiring into genes for vey crine, even magemets, as wll be mosturer, have act, tofe debthet and cos shall nt therebybe- toeLibrary in
joy hiis part or share in saidi common and undivi- the cause of a diversion of the dam sotidat he fuom been publicly sold, in all countries prsfessinut discharged, but the debt and cost, together city.
ed copy f pethetion and this Oethiginalyn, arcow to Cambided,a expresstheir tat religion I may, h however, be that with all sums, which te creditor may h ave to incorporate the Mnson and Brim-

wai d Nle Proprietor's Clerk, tat all persons con- years. tice of piety and virtt'te, before we become prompt dispatch ot tle duties incumbent up- --to incorporrt tile Boston Fuel Saving
cerned, may then d here appear, and sh usp It wi e rens elected that by the ears to be de- oe foin th of Cristiaces, to tare eatahen who paid for-the Instpport ofhe con- ittion

cause, i any they have, why the prayer o said e- Bige a pable b e we wish to convert. "Example fore rcpt" SEC. 2. t further enacted, hat nothing to prevent e destruction of birds on
pA trcel copy ofthe le aPetitin handed land He there- of Court the dws oft said bridge ando nt allow frequent appchpractices. But, has mndot fire ed in lose prison, shall be, and rto gve tai -to incorporate t entitl Boston Steam Boatto
tlern. Attest otlonors would order rt e aetntmade recting the dLegislam and thure to re- the constant itercourse wicaturall exists among le claimagai the goods and estate of incor porate the President, Diret.ors ad.

5w BnNJ. GARDNER, C erk. that p vtof the charter imposing it.-1t was al- Ielves to tlie mind of the writer, on reading other or better title to teir offices than they --to incorporate the Society for emplBt -
tie th ofto b made d his said pa r s tors fthin faothvor tw sao orporaid petitions thatwe great pulict all eristiat co tries, I hoe they will ve heretofore dt not aai t hi ny of the ing the f en ale poor

ru o r i e'is 0se alS mhth a c oun tore soh ,c e o said ofances sha bi u oaca t, a new C edrk rhall bto t noite for th tisclargeh lfoy.cers
sint offa divided iont the resthi real or to a inof their Legndeavours they madvethese apknown heir res s world, and propose a remedy, or excite an have erto been water
la whi of the axCommoes we hre committed touch e te an y the t and demanded toa declarationsor. tat no suchg emulation, that we maentirely at eradicated thcome .ppas S moved y the Governcted, orhate 16, 1821.to incorporate thtin th town trustees Bilerica. te an-
srvied And as ion and whity ch taxes still ever rain ovr twas evehighway f rom Charlested of your to corporate the Salt Mthe heathen. BENEVOLUS. several Cerks ofe rt of Common Pleas, person Academy, and School Fund.
THOdue andMAS unpaidviz.OLGER, peitioners to inrhis to me, that no toll n ect piciples ad abits of their R e- AN ACT in fupon theli dish to arge actf Company, iin lin for t sge support of State Pau-
by his Attory Jos Hussr. would event be dea ion of t pasbliekng from Chales. man Catholic acestos ? Do not thousands, entitled, under thAn act to establimedsh a Cll t stable Bayr .
town to Cat m idge, with hem, hlie diroprietors o ich,, nay millions of protestants, believe in thi of Comitmon Pleas for tle Conitn incadditin to an act, entitled can actto
Coimonweatl of sachuselts. after repeated assurances iom said directors theyAUTHORITY. doctrfin. of EL ro es And ca the in iennu
Nntct, s. At the Circuit Court of Common wetesatisfoien. t ldi. COMMONWEALTH MASSAC ETTS e determined y wealtany ofMassachusetts. incorporate the Ptestaown of ost Ep frcopa Par-

N I Your petitioners feel deeply aggrieved at tlhe do- 15 THE rEAi U ofit LOR) ol; rITOUSAsN EhIT Judicial Court, or Cnert of Common PleaS. m;giebyfsre.
Pleas, for the StherCircuit, begun and ho- Asublicid proprieay was son after finish thedatnd a injurious to orals, to the S. it furenacted by the Senate aprod is-- of St. James Ch turc e in Grntlfield."

pretence of exercising lir corporae privileges, ,1njuiiu contained in the sixth section of the act incSrporating lle proprietors of tle South
iel at Na ticket, withtrs i .nid or the county of road opened to a burden o a heavccmmoy toll, throat intended. o ciet, as to tell a man, that ilit e is one house of Repr t sentatives in Gen- authorising the Judge of Prbate of the
SCarpentcket, e seco o y of y, A. Applicationwas e made to te of th r the Senate and oughhe raae re by repealed Millsuthrity f co o sic river to a special Courtpa

]). 1 39 100 1)0 9 ionr aonorstshould be of opinion, that noosuch right E( e'r, h General Court assembled b-- to empower tile ise 'abitnhld s of tple town
). 1 sitonsto yaconr petitioner of said public at large, be gilty of all rime tat, if he te sae, That as the Courty of Commion Ples o aif Probate.

Unknown 1 2 100 4 6 the tree use othe sid higw as heretofore en- m ander in Chief m"ay dis- td a pea Cout of Proba. iilsaid eown.
On thc Petitio 148 100 46 6 said Ordereed, TAdthe P Theourt ats in duponthe nd vtion that the is not e will be da rgned, eve from office e it e nated by th act, entled An actnd House f t trct of fish in towns
Lwis cLne publish attested cy o is Petitonand whole oceroadwhr in enwrfitishin. And asto e e e blindloves God, ad es aboist dotog iedod ? Can tablish a o eablis Court of Commmon Plea for the CPleam- town oFramingham.
Sohis O rider therdon.ithi-ec weeks sucessvely in the hdo. 4ighay wanted th ei o appicatio h and atppoitied a Jew--a Mahome tan-a Hintio-or a dis monwealth of assachusetts, passe on the to authorize nd empower the T of asacustees.
Cthtbsa Centine, 119 rinted ilt Boston, the last a ,on ittee to locate it. ,ciple of Confucius look with comphaceucy fourteenth d of Fbrusaidry lst, will often sit of-- Eliot School to sell and dispose of cer-
publication to On the potion atresid Ordered Tht e pe officer, e Cmittee mcoet, disor appichargedtheirdunted to ty, command such a Religio edayt, or ear te sne ties,n dto fce of iffrent couSecretary or Treasurn-er of thaie Cands.
sittingPatten cents thaitioners cause roan ats ted copy of theiards built at t he Bfore Miliiae expen ogingr money ivi sen, hinas ties, the Jco stices of te same Court or a --- to chale the naes of the persons

Ands much of the before mentioned lots and with tIs order thereon, to be published three moved his residence out of the bounds of his decree on all matters and things pending o icrpora*e ., e Proprietors of he
tractsof land will be sold t Veue athl- ton of arto missions to coue'nert tl ne t let such ik M jority of them, may, from time to tire, make therein arl entiow ned; and to change the
t Y, the thckt, they-first da of July next, at eleNoven This one th publ ejoyd thefree and at hoe, ane duxaties of his office, there an such arrangements, as wi e mst conven- name of th second Social Library i

o'clock inthe orenon, a wilpay te said taxes the lastpubiciontobethirtydaysat leaste- absent fmhis comma A AT rvidinfor S Pur regulating the bailing with wood in
tedns und charihs pet'tiall be nd this me bthereo tat in ra fr w e h ave not mtch to perform in the prac- ent to themselves, and tisnre a pun ctus afnd Charleston.
i th the roprieor's lerkthat ll eron- present General Courtha t all persons inter- mand of fi tic e of piety an hs divisionrtte, before we become prompt dispatch of the ties incumbent up- to inorporrte the Boston Fuel Savingsue
earned, may then d there appear, nd shew It will be recollected tha by tie charter of teay sqal n n those practice, to the heatn whom on the. Ins the itution.Coun
cause, ifally they hhave, wshy- thtie prayer of said Pi- Canal Bridge a transit duty was payable by the we with to convert. "Example bfarepreutpt" Sc. 2. lie .trt/er enacted, I hat nothing to' prevent tie d.-str-cton of birds oti
tition should not be granted.. propirietors thereof, fbrI all vessels ptassing through is an old proverb, and should always be kept contained in the eleventh section Of the act salt marshes, at particular times of the year.
A truec opy ofthe Petition and Order of Cour' the thilaws of said bridge and that frequent apip'tli- in mind. before named, shall be construed to give the to inicorpor-ate thie Boston Steam Boat
5her G ARtN EtCer ti lo ll it of thinm ade t t he' einap tu re i t rep eat- Tel s e th mo utghts natu ral 'hv r presented th em C clerk s of tite C o u rts o f C om m on P leas, any, CC om p any .
5 -NJ. G Dthage favor of 'saith c titiosn ittlut wasge at el e to the nind of thin wiitei, on leading other or better title to tteii' offices than they to incorporate the Society for employ-
Collector's Notice-SaToy., inprq adementad bee nuale.-In J-nut'ry 18, tie letter front ur Tkey. 1 Iope they will .have heretofore had ; and woken atsauy of the ing tile fen ale poor.
-s1.131iCmNotice is hereby given, that the fol- after'ehawtedt applicatiotisthev p'ocrd areeal excite the attention of sose able moralist, said offices shall b hvacaat, ai new Clerk shall to provide for the discharge of officers
ti. owing stints were assessed Ibr' taxes on the ot thi clause providing at transit huty ; and iturde, who may points omt the causes of.the veriy he appointed, in the same manner as the itstin tle ilitia.
s of land hcre:t'ter mentioned,aituatt various petunces havingohtained aill they' wanted inju-ions state o(" morals in the Christian Clerks of tSive ichit Conrt of'Cocmn Pleas to establish the town of Nurth-Bridge-
in Savoy, in the county If B-Berkshlire, tbo the year of the Legisiatur', they made known their res'uu world, and propose a remedy, or excite ail have hitherto been. water'.
1820, which taxes were committed to me the sulb- object and demaudedt6oil1or all pe'aos t, avl-ling ." emulhtion, that ire may at least become as S;ec. 3. Be it farther enacted," That the to ihncor'porate t 'e Trtstees of the San-
scuiuer hr colleciini aid whsichi taxes still sctiin over said highway fitom Charlestown to Caut,- astI as tie heat/ea. BI"NEVOLUS. several Clercs oftthe Court of'Comnmon Pleas, (lei-son Academy, and School Fund.
(dLie tund unpaid, viz. bridge.-Andi ihet your- lpetitiotiers complained before they enter upon time dischargge oftheii providing for tile support of State Pau-
o ftrct smasde witio thef the puropirietons of lthe LAW OF MASSACHUSETTS. duties, Onder the act before named, shalI give pers.
v -ca1maieu-ishithimutiaiscotrtuetmitle hbond, with sufficient sureties, fr tile faithifih tut incorporate the First Calvinistic Bap.-
-r z ratins mintade by directors o agents were grutuis BY AUTHORIIY. performance of all the duties of their said fist Societyin Beseris.
u ;Z tons atd unautthoized by any aote of tle corpora- office ; "and the stifliciency oftsuch bonds shall partially to suspend 'lie operation of an
'14 tiots andthtretbae not binding. beO\IONWEA .TrI OF ASSCI5USE'Ts. ia determined bt- any Justice of the Supreme :let to s-ctte the to'n of ll toisfroums de-
e frZ Your petitioned s hch d eephy' aggrieved at the dho- t" intC EY ..lt t1C euttt LOlR n O'ut. 'ritoUsA in D MUM Judicial u (ourt, or Court of' Co smmon Pleas. mage h' lire.
-ings f said proltrietors anHod b i-ihing that under am nutltn a n 'rwt.'rr..t.nr. Sitc. 4. Be it further euacted, 1"hat the pro- .-- ins adhliion to an act, entitled, An act
prstpetem of exertcsing theun- ot'.orate privie"es. A 4so contained in tie sixths section of tle act incorporating the proprietors of the South
Ownersnames,. 10.0 P theuy hae' ituvaded thin rights ue tuhe p inc sun- A ACT to pr'ovite for the discharge of before naiteti, and likewise the st'cond period Me-tioug` otose iu Deivers, as a fligiouis
Unkn.owni 1hr 1h 00 8 1 1 t hey yt inouronvr t to dhe rightto of tiolemusitasvimir aprs'e-

Do. 1 i'9 10) -16 6 yoau'-onosiosslouhlbeof opiniit thattonthright .......A Geuerol Courut asset-lu/ed to empcwver mthe iuhahitants of the tosswn

cil and at the requestif the twoHorlsesto pro is another instance of the justneS oef Mr. Ke an's published b t St a t 1 E
rogrie tie oUeneral Court to tile second Wed- coneepntions. Not- does lie lose the air' of insanity Board, ins all the public Gazettes in whlnichl the At a very numerous meeting of dealer in
nogse t Jene ext, then to meet in the eve- in the fine noralizing parts, and where he in- laws of the United States are usually printed Dry Goods, of this town and vicinity, held
StatoHouse in Boston. t he Senators then veigh against the corruptions of thIe world."- By Order. T. WATKINS, on Monday evening at Concert Hall, pur-
separated. pp 39,40. Secretary to the Commnission under the suant to p .tblic notice ; the following resolu.
separate. -- --The introductory article is in a playful, 11th article of the Florida Treat. tions were adopted :
House of RepreseltaltiveS. familiar manner, well suited to the work. esoved,Thatthesystentof auction retaisales
S both linouses iauithorizinig the President and be hoped he will bear in mind. ment of the May meeting was held in Fanuedil ofvariosnt classes of citizens.
Secretaryof tire late Ccnvention to autben- i1 As I haves a little of the world'hs wealth for Hall. Recsolved,.I'lrht ee e, trdially approve the Ieca-
ticate the .Ir'trles of.dmetdlnent e te Can- mVy lhn;gh.lsanrl affections to fasten ioi, I amn a;t Trhe Committee of Finance reported the suloes recently t-.ken by the (lea .rs it, Ne.w-Yok
,tittio,, when the same shall be engrossed, to'set the more iny my tastes and opinions-to Estimates for the current year, as taken into Phildphia, iAssociating in a solem gree-
A resolve passed both Houses authorizing u rg- them with warmth, and maintain tlhe11 with a new draft, and lessened. Il tile course oft ie s than the ori9h1 0ia e ikage
the Treasnrer to receive the.interest on the ealruestiness; and sometimes to speak of those the discussion othe report, Mr C mov esolved, That tagreementaread signed by
3 per cent. and 6 per cent. deferred Stock ohih differ frorn mine with a little too much heat. ie dscssoadd to" the Selectmen's department, evolved propoThat the i reenent alers ad signed by
of the U. S. lately sold by o under of the Legis- I trust I f neel no personal imstility ir) tlis ;- rnd so ed, to add to the Selectmen's department, S. a lrrge proportirn of the dealers in l)ry Goods, in
ofhe U. S. lately sold y order of thatthe Legs is not manifessted tar e, I llpe sum not exceeding 5000, to defray the ex- this tton ad vicinity, be adopted and confirmed.
latire, and that he pay over the same to the t ear patiently all remarks-impr webli those I pense of lighting the lamps the whole year. by this meeting.
purchasers thereof, together with all the re- ta' thikjust-and go onas Ihave hitherto done,in It was stated, that this subject had been re- Resolve, That a committee of thirty be ap-
imbursement of principal thereon ; or that my ownt way, without replying to those 1 may con- ferred to the Selectmen by the town, who posted as a Conmmittee of Vigilance, who shall be
e give a po er of attorney, as Treasurer, to ier wrong. I am t vaizelotenogh torea wee authorized, iffond necessary,to oder authorized toexerisea general sper dance o-
the purclhrsers to receive hie interest and re- of Irninging.all to one mind ; nor should I like to the lighting required; and a motion, that the ve the 'restsofte assoiato ;seett ti a-
imbursemen: of principal, at their option. see this so du a worlds it s uld e, did alli n sllbject do subside, wpassedby a ful vote ony persons woshall violate the same to cr-
The pay roll of the House was reported, tlink aliku. A little trror is htter tha noi I. ire new report was then referred to the resuind withiother committees of similar .ssocia-
and accepted. [.mount s9471.] p. adjournimrent, and ordered to be printed for .tion'su; to call future meetings whenever they shall
A resolve passed broth Hlouses to allow i To assert and maintain arny thing peculiar the information of the citizens. deermit necessary; and to adoptany rules and regu-
T'homas Wolcott, Clerk of tIhe lobbies, Thir- is a most dlifficurlt and perilous thing. In this 'he Permanent Assessors being in attend- lationsanotr'epugianittot'ie igreeinmetenteredinto.
ty-two dollars, country of freedom, the liberty we are most ance, it was inquired of them, why a larger AGREEMENT.
'The report of Ihe joint Committee on the apt to delight in, is that of reducing every sum had been assessedon the citizens the last We the subscribers do by these presents,
Plymouth Beach Lottery, was accepted in body to an orderly uniformity ; and the Turks year, thtn the amount voted by the town to firmly bind ourselves in an association, not
both Houses. (flWec have not room to'-day do nol. dread their Crand Senior, more thatt "be raised. The Assessors answered, thatthey to attend any public sale of Foreign or Do-
for this report, and the docurmnnts which ought we do any peculiarity. It is a great concern were authorized by law to add five per cent. riestic Dry Goods, by Auction, or be con-
zo accompany it. They shall be inserted in our of writers to escape ridicule, and if they can to the sum voted, to meet abatements, and cerned either directly or indirectly in any
next attain to this negative success, they think it other contingencies;-that the amount as- purchase or sale of Dry Goods by Auction,
The usual resolves for the compensation of some glory. But some one, now and then, sessed the lIst year, was in concurrence with fora the term of six months, commencing the
the Clerks, and other officers of the two succeeds in striking out something after his the opinion of the late Town T'reasurei' that first day ofJuly next; with the exception of
Houses, having passed, and the Committee own fashion, and gives an impulse to taste it would be wanted; that the whole had been 8uch.s les.as shall be made by the package,
of the two Hlouses appointed to wait on his and thinking, notwithstanding the .cold in- fairly and equitably assessed, and if therd6was Sheriff's and Marshal's sales, the Sheriff or
Excellency the Governor to request a re- sensible severity with which his irregular any surplusage it was in the town treasury ; Marshal being present ; saies of damaged
eess, having reported, attempt is at first regarded, and that similar course had been pursued for goodsoiaccount ofunderwriters; salesofes-
The Secretary of the State, came in, and The Idle Atlan is concluded with two short many preceding years. The.Assessors were atesofdeceased persons ; itesnd sales of stocks
made the Same annunication as in the Sen- pieces of poetry. As 1 have made so long an informed, that no imputation of irimproper of goods, sold by consent of creditors, the as-
ate, and prorogued the General Court to the article ai,eady, I will not quote from them. conduct rested on them ; but the town then .igtnees being made known and present.
second Wednesday of January. The Mm. The first is too general, perhaps, as to.its sub- voted, that the Assessors be instructed to as- And we hereby pledge ourselves, to each
ers then separated. ject, but it is in a free, bold, aand masterly sess precisely the amount of taxes levied b3 other and to the public, as Men and Mer.
style, with good breadth of thought, and dis- the State, County and Town, omitting the ad- chants, truly and honorably to fulfil. this our
REVI EW tinctness and splendor of imagery. The se- edition of five ) er cent. as allowed by law, the voluntary contract and mutual agreement.
cund has an admirable delicacy of sentiment, present year. (It appears, tiere was a ma- Fessenden Clirk Wme Lawrence
FOR THE CN'I"TINEL. with neatness, elegance, nd appropriate im- trial error in the estimate fo"- the county last G. P. & W. Bangs Webster& Underwood
-- ages and allusions, year.-As voted by the towni, the sumn was Healey & Cross L-vi R. Lincolh
THE IDLE MAN.- Tile Idle .llan is, on the whole, well wor- 2S0,000, whereas the county tax levied by E. Simirons Tuckerman, Rogers Id
Published in New Trrk. thy of being read. Hle has no marks of an the law of the Legislature, on thle county of Draper & Rogerson Cushing'
HowvrPo, his emnoyments whom the wild ordinary writer-no puerilities, feeble state- Suffolk, (composed of Boston: and Chelsea) Sumner & Mterriaa. a Manasseh Knight
HIcallsCibn. ook er. lines, or rounding off of commonplace gen. was t30,000.--So that the estimate in this Dennis Brigham Albert Hobart
IT S is a beautifm l little book. It is rich ernalities. He chooses his words with great itemr, fell short of nearly F10,000, Chelsea Henry S. WVahlo Farnunn A Sumuer
in sentiment, full of nervous, brilliant skill, and is every where direct, animatted, paying only a small part of the amount.] Isac Osgood Joseph Fox
language, playful and graceful expression, vivid, and full of impulse. D. r f the Board of Finance s J. ean John Saw
and ivvid thoughts. heChairman of the Board of Finance wsCharles Bi. Shaw Joseph G. con
The following extracts are from an article B S'ON called upon to give information respecting Wmn. Wright Hiodges Reedt
on domestic life: BOSTO'-, the proceedings of that Board in the late Clark & Sears A. & A. Lawrence
"A woman, a st th ary f life., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1821. choice efa County and Town Treasurer. Mr'. H. Cutter & Co. Whitney & Haskell
mhr.ry a n .. ............ "rWLLia.As (the Chairman) presented the Quiniyr Tufts Horace Draper
has a getcr influence ttan a man, on tit se near The General Court of this Commonwealth Tecors (f the Board, which were read at full Andrew TIomer Da. Denryrjun. & Co.
her. While foithe most part, our- feelings tre was prorogued on Saturday to the second length. It appeared by them, that the town iDarius Ladder William G. La.bert
Sretiare s eho in re in oer% instant play Wednesday tf January. During thue ltte had voted it was expedient to unite tle two ,las. Rultssell Ch. C. Nichols
-We see them in tire aeautint' and lrar.iniotins ,rsn- session thirty-two public., local and private offices -tat a law had been procured of tlhe V. 0. B. Brown Co. John Fox
dulations of her movements-in the quick shilling acts were passed. Official copies of five of General Court to authorize the union t:-Th't. Herry Dawes Joshua Clapp
hues 1I her tice-in her eye, g'ad and briglht- tile Statutes will be found on out first page the subject was referred by tihe town to tie aa t B.ffoster Ilose & an isvertt
then tfu:nd ani suffuese Her N hole frame is alive The resume, of a public natare, will be pub- of F finance to act thereon :-Thlat the S. Sm I. Nor is George Hower
and active with what is at her heart and the o.ut- lihled forthwith. Board, at a regular meeting, had voted ay E. G. Ware Jacob hlanroeft
war.1 Ilorn all speaks. And can apan listen to --- O yeas and tays, 16 to 10, (the Chailman not Wlniting.',& Qushing a. D. o Dncres
anl lie niot e tiuch and. ,r. FLORIDA COMMISSION. vling) that the two offices ought to be Otis Trner, jt. Reuben.Putney
"seenms finer mouthan e, Amii cast in The Board of Commissioners on the claims united :-That at a subsequent meeting, a Leach & Morrison John CInpp & Co.
obeeus tya inirm alul heautnwv ,ad cast win a o-rm under the late Spanish Treaty, have taken motion was made to reconsider the above vote, J.. Morsc Hubbard & Greenough
ral influence upon our Itearis. As she moves the oaths of office at Washington, and have and that the motion was ne'atived by nearly Benj. Jacobs, jr. B. B. Grant
sibon us, we feel a movement within, which rises commenced their duties. The Board con- the same majority :--That the Ch!airmn was -evi Bowers James Read & Co.
and sprads gently over us, larmniziug within her sists of the Hon. -tHuenr L. nIrIE, of Ten- then directed to advertize for, applications.of oanres W. Chsffe Henrv Riuce
own.-p. 21. nessee, Hon. WILLIAMKNo, of Maine, and tt d ti f th Lorenzo AV. Burns Levi Parwell
owsn."-p.21. -na- nessee, Hon. W.LLIaWt Krio, of Maine, anil persons willing to execute the duties of the .oseph Bancroft Lukce Carter
wnen children are lying about seemingly idle L. W. TAZEWE .L, of Virginia, Commissioa.iM- jit ofle, witi a salary of 3500 pe. annum : Ezekiel Ha yden Junes lBr.aley
ind dull, we, wshoave become calse-hnwtoenle by ers and Tobass Wy-,r.as, Esq. of Mary- -That advertisement was so niade; and that Sam. PIipps I. & C.t Adam s & Co.
t1ie and satirlch forget that iesy Iare all si inio-- land, Se cretary. Mr. J'os en' F-ot.srT of se veral applications were received ;--by-two Thos. G. Atkins Stephen Thayer
S non sit and air-tateverysu is ta ton, is appointed Clerk o the Boa. of which the applicants offered to discharge While t Bayley Johln Spring
t-d t comuiryfl 5tg rnaldioir--tievryaollstoseen bti t or, Boar d. Iti"
.tc of by tie ca,-ard that ver.y floating sha- l hesey an ii eta nohfieriou n hitocl frltos, te duties nf the two offices united, and give Thos.. Baley Cephas Parket
Sow and passing lorm one andl tonch at the sleepy give time tothe ceainmeits to com iply wth the forrs, an sufficient bonds for their faithful discharge, .t Vr. Bi .gst ickeran &PMar.tin
eye. Thie little circumstances and material world fiurish the testimony, which wi'l be neeeisary to establishli for a yearly salary of ,3000, including all r 't ua ,terst&on, tray 0 4 o.
about them make their best school, andi will be their theielaims. This.lelay.thie NationalIntellgenc, renrks, expenses-That the Board pceeded to Anth. onno atrrott &CBuos.ee
,~~~e.j T -....hat-Borpocedto,,__ ,-----,- T rott... .-..-....-n r & -toveunig
usily te whoet, with its counless partsfittd- them n bepaid until itis aseinwhattheare ACKAY, Esq. was chosen County Tresurer, ( harles Everett Xi,. "
to each other, aid moving in liurn.onr. There. ainut ofall owed] claims is, so as to graduatethem-or un. with a salary of 1500; and TuRNETI Paill- SOnmDavis, & Co. Salisbury & Cleveland
none of us rwho have stolen softly behind a child t',il t sl cr.net,oneit, ,1e sn ri, t he amut of real ys, Esq. Town Treasurer and Collector, Joh.n Lakenan Jolhnon & wall
when laboring in nsfoll sunny corner, digging ars. This we yet believe, s hav more with a salary of $2500. Lewvis Tappa Tapian & Mansfield
ltion well, or fencing in a six-inici barn yard to is- lthanonce beffire said, will prove to be thie fict. Whilst, This result occasioned much discussion Faulkne & Reed John 'Tappan
ten to I's soliloquies, and dialogues witi soeim m- then, th la s neci t etrient by the delay, arid the following vote passed, ne. con :- igs & lrdford Caleb Aindrews
aginary be ,in g, w it,iO ut ou- rhea ,rts be iur- touch ed .-- th ,y rwillha re thube i ,mortantn ad nt ge o f ti .or to procu re B S la s B i ,la nd Etis yard B utl er
Na have weobservedi toe lis hc e seou is .estonry and sopt ht is defctive in that which l they That the subject be referred to the Board of et lFInd, W'nnas aBulerl
fo ,A ,. o ,-rnfhninluh have ralrydyoen.. ----- Finance, with directions to use all the means t, TWillim, & Co n. Tloa T
fret swhe finnning hnmsenf ierray (ii, wstirut seeing S.wa1Willams,&Co. Onleb]altsnoln
inll it the delieacy and pr-oiriety oftlie after mrian." NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. in their power to unite te two offices in one M. Hunt Robert Roger son & C
-p. 26. person. B. C. Wa d, & Co. Joseph Haven,
The whole article will not disappoint the Office f the Commissionero, ) The meeting was then adjourned to Mon- Sam. Chase, & Cn. Dver,Collier & Co.
expectations raised by these extracts. Washington, 14th June, 1821. day, the 2d July, at 9 o'clock. W. H. Ward, & Go Kilham & Mears

There is one article on Mr. Kcax,'s acting,
which, however, has nothing to do with his
conduct towards the Boston audience, and
the managers of the different theatres, as it
was published, or put to the press at least,
before his exit from Boston. And whatever
t'ay be thought of his conduct in these res-
pects, it evidently makes his Richar'i, Othel-
lo, Falkland, &c. neither better nor worse.
SThe characters of Shakespeare are inex-
haustible themes of philosophy and criticism,
and an essay upon the representation of
them, is of necessity, a disquisition upon the
characters themselves. Thlie art of acting, or,
in other words, that of expressing thoughts
and feelings with the most appropriate, ele-
gar.t, and forcible pronunciation, look and
action, comprehends the most admirable
things that men can address to each other's
senses. And when this art is raised by the
divide language of Shakespeare, and applied
to characters possessing an exuberance of
all the qualities and powers which constitute
man, in situations where the faculties work
with the most intense and terrible energy, it
assumes no small dignity and splendor. If a
player appears in this department ,of his art,
with arty just pretensions; if he'is not a
stalking declaimer and insensible mechanical
diudge in his art, his personations are not
mere matter of idle curiosity and vacant a-
musement, like the balancing of a peacock's
feather, or tricks of legerdemaine with cups
and calls, or a pack of cards. He must pos-
sess something more or less of what is eleva-
ted and generous, and he addresses himself
to the more refined and noble tastes' of his
auditors. Had CIcEno thought meanly of'
this art and its professors, we should not have
had his oration in praise of Roscius, and he
would not have acknowledged, that if there
had not bee-n such an actor as Roselrs, there
would not have been such an orator as
The Idle Man," is a decided admirer of
Mr. KE.AN, andr, accordingly, a very consider-
able proportion, at least, of readers will dis-
sent from his opinion. They will not, how-
ever, find the article without interest, as tl:e
writer points out his excellences, or what he
considers such, with great force, vivacity,
and activity of observation.
It has been said that Learn was a study for any
(,ne whoin would make himself acquainted with the
a rknigs ot an intsane nnd. There is no doubt
oif i. A l at is not less true Imat tM-. Kealt was
as ln recet an exeniphiletilio i (f' ;t. Ilis nee, wheie
Iris senses a:-e first lbrsik;I t.. ;' tp estion-
ing look at whaatlie w as. .I11 1i hi was
undergoing a strnige and Lewilder:ng change
whlichi confused Ills blranr-tih waii'iring, lost
l,(tinnns of his IhaiWs, which served t "elrig fort
sonmleting familiar to them, on which they might
take ]l)Iti, and be ssiriral' ot'a sale rtalitly- the un-
ler monotone of his voice, as il he ,.'as quuestionring
his own be.ng, a:id all which suriounCctu numt-the
continuous, bit sight oscillating nuition (f tihe
body,all expressed, wili fearful truth, the dreanmy
state ota mind list unsentlingi, iard making vain and
weak efforts lu lind its wrn back to its wanted ren-
soul There wss a elnildisii, feeble giadness in tibe
eyv, and a half piteous smile about the mouth at
times, wlhicli o.,; could scarce look upon without
saeddin'g t urs. As their derlngement innereased
unpo.- liiim Irn eye lost its notice ot limat surrouiud-
sdidintm, waond cioug ovcr every thing as if he saw
it ..ot, andi u- fenu ig upon tie creatures (;f his cra-
z d rain. The I.elpless and dclightud tondtness
with which he clings to Edgar as aal insane brother

THE Commissioners, appointed undei t.he
lIthI article of the Treaty of Amity, Settle-
ment, aund Lim;ts, between the United States
of America and his Catholic Majesty, con..
clouded at Washington, on the 22d day of Feb-
ruary, 1819, to ascertain the fill amount and
validity of the claims mentioned, or referred
to, in thlie said Treaty, being o-rganized as a
Board, according to the provisions of the
Treaty and the act of Congress in that case
made and provided, have passed the follow-
ing Orders; of which, all those interested
will be pleased to take notice :-
Ordered, That all persons having claims
tinder the Treaty of Amity, Settlement, and
Limits, between the United States of Ameri-
ca and his Catholic Majesty, concluded at
Washington, on the 22d day of February,
1819, which are to be received by this Com-
mission, do file a memorial of the' same with
the Secretary of the Board; to the end, that
they may be hereafter duly examined, and
the validity and amount thereof decided up.
on, according tp the suitable and authentic
testimony concerning the same, which mayv
be then required. The said memorial must
be addressed to this Board; must set forth,
particularly and minutely, the various facts
ar,d circumstances whence the right to pre-
fer such claim is derived; and must be veri-
fied by the affidavit of the claimant.
"' And, in order that claimants may be in-
formed of what is now considered by the
Commission as assential.to be averred and
established before any such memorial can be
received 1y this Board, it is further'
Ordered, That each claimant shall declare,
in his said memorial, for and in behalfof whom
the said claim is preferred; and ni whether the
amount thereof, and of every part thereof, if
allowed, does now, and, at the time when the
said clim ar'ise, did belong solely and abso-
lutely to the said claimant, or to any other,,
and, if any other, what person. And in cases
of claims preferred for the benefit of any
other than the claimant, the memorial to be
exhibited must further set fourth, when, why,
and by what means, such other has become
entitled to the amount, or any part of the a-
mount, of the said claim. The memorial, re-
quired to be exhibited by all claimants, must
also set forth, and certainly declare, whether
the claimant, as well as any other for whose
benefit the claim is preferred, is now,anil atthe
time when the said claim arose was a citizen of
the United States ofAmerica, where he is now,
atmd at thIe time the said claim arose was, dom-
iciliated-a:.l, if any, what change of domi-
cilli:,tion has since taken place. The said me-
morial must also set forth, whether the claim-
ant, or any other who may have been at any
time entitled to the amount claimed, or any
part thereof, hath ever received any, and, if
any, what, sum of money, or other equivalent
or indemnification, for the loss or injury sus-
tained, satisfaction for which is therein asked
And that time may be allowed to claim-
ants, to prepare and file the memorials above
mentioned ; it is further
Ordered, that when this Bonad shall ad-
journ to-day, it will adjourn to meet again on
the 10th day of September next, at which time
it will proceed to decide whether' any memo-
rials which may have been riled with the Sec-
retary, in pursuance of the above orders, shall
be received for examination.
Ordered;, hat a copy of these proceed.

On Monday last the anniversary of the
memorable battle of Bunker-Hill was cele-
brated by several corps of Artillery and In-
fantry of this town and Charlesto;vn, with a
splendid display of martial equipment, sa-
lutes, and marks of festivity. Tme Washing-
ton Infantry, under Capt. BLANEY, proceeded
to Salem, and were hospitably received by
the military officers and other gentlemen of
that town, in a number of marquees pitched
for the purpose on Washington Square : They
marched to town in the evening.

Fourth of ."July Orator. In Charlestown,
PAUL WILLAuttj, Esq.
JoaN. C. GHAY, Esq. of Boston, isappointod
to deliver the next 1-hi Beta Kappa oration ;
and WTLIAt31 C. BuYANT, Esq. of Great-Bar-
rington, the poemn, on the same occasion.
SAMnrEL L. MIrciLEL is appointed to
deliver the next anniversary oration before
the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Union Colleg'e.

Mlnsonic -The R. W. WAL.TEl R. JOHNSON,,
of Salem, is appointed to pronounce an ora-
tion, and the Rev. JAMES SADINEr., of this tuv-n,
to deliver a sermon, at Wrenthamn, before tihe
R. A. Chapter, und Lodges of that vicinity,
on thie ensuing anniversary of St. John the
Baptist, (25th inst.) On this .occasion the
R. W. D. D. G. M. of the'4th district will
dedicate Masons' Hall in that place.

TIferornerStone of a lasonicHall will Ie laidin
anple and ancient form, at Lyvnn, ou the ensuing frs-
tival orf St..lohn, (the 25th) by the R. W. U. 0.
G. M. of the c2d Masonie District. Address by i
the Rev. Mr. Feichi. Exercises to commence at
tO o'clock. ___
FRlOM IT.ILY-m--tlCTusr.
Capt. ERntcoT-r, who has arrived at Salem
from Leglorn, has brought severdil iralian
papers and placards giving accounts of e-
vents in Italy; but theirinteresting contents
have been anticipated by arrivals from Eng.
.ANaples and Piedmont had wholly recovered
of the revolutionary spasns whiiclh for a time
so much agitated them; the oldregimeni eve-
ry where was i-enewed ; and no lake in the
dog-days ever appeared more tranquil than
the last state of those kingdoms.

By an arrival from St. aichaelsit is learned,
tlhat the new order of things was in success-
ful operation at the last date;-That coun-
ter-revolutionary proceedings had taken
place in the island of Terceira, consideredd
the nost important of the I"ortutnuese islands of
the Alzores) in whirhi the new Governor-Gen-
era-, AsuLvo, had been killed, and his coadju-
tors imprisoned in irons in a close castle :--
That the counter-revolutionists, with the old
Governor at their lead, had occupied thne
catleh, supplied it with six months provisions,
hoisted the royal flag, and indicated a deter-
mination to destroy the town (which is comn-
pletely commanded by' the castle) in case
any further revolutionary attempts are made
The A incr an schooner Ctlha ine, apt'ao, pt. son
Havann, having nn, S1paisln pasmemigms tn1 bhrt.ird oni her
piltg imglo. St. 'Miclh.els w.s susmen-ttd n be ia privatee,
ani tLe Citi, n imn and tli two passengerS w er- arreqti, tlintr-
assed aind deitaiind tlbree days, before ith'y were disnisse l
and thie sch-oner allowed to depart.

H. I. Rtice
H. Gassett, & Co.
W.Il. &J. V. Dwighlt
Appleton, Paige, & Co.
Eliphalet Hale
More & Llobinson
Isaac Parker, & Co.
James Clap
Thlirasi Loai1, Co.
Kirk Boot & Sons
Isaac Scholfield
Nath. M. iaywood
Geo. N. Fisli r'
Sam. & Jno. G. Torrey
Lane & Lamsonn
Smith &t Gore
B. T. Loring
Joseph D). Jiines
JlneS & Kilton
John Gulliver
1'ow!e &Starr
P. & W. Fowle
3:all h& I)aIis
Andrew Cnpecn, jr.
Uallard & Prince
Sam. Leinist
H. H. Tuckerman
I orenzo lrailer
Jer. FiRc!h, & Co.
Calvin WVshblurn
i&. I.J. H. Pray
Iszas M a. Iames
\V'i7. WV. Stnec
Hartu't Crits
Arntsby, 'ucker, k& Co.
Committee oj
Fessenden Clark
John Clnl)l)
B. T. Loring
Parker Fowle
Luke (Caur'er
Henry Gassett
John Lamson
Win. Bacon
Jl)niel Denne .jr'.
Sam. D:avis
Calvinr Washburn
11on. II. liBaben,,k
Ih.nj. Grant
Janrcs rkciad

Kelley & Hudson
Thlmbns Kendanll
Hnhart & Worslay
,Ijlhi K1uli,
Levett Nason
Endicott H Oliver
Jamese Vila & Co.
Edwin Blake
Nash & Heywood
Daniel Shillaber
Willianm Sauyer
Tufts & Mackintire
David Austin
Thlomas J. Go9dwil
James lBird jr.'
David Fosdick
SiepltwniiHa) warc'
W. Ballbur
Matthew Skilton
Sam.H I. Babcock& Co.
John Lereist
S. Willardjr. H Co.
Bacon & Spiooner
I'lTomas T'aber
William Langley
Jolhn Fosdick
J.C. Hflicks
Hall J. flowe & Co.
Benij. Muzz-v
,Jo iVi Wilson i& Co.
T'hims. Whlitmashl
Gco. &T'Sus. Searle
Cabot &K Clark ,
Freeman & Colbl

f Vigilance.
Lot enzo Draper
Lewis Tappain
Thlios. J. Goodwin
John lLemist
,olhi, Williams
Jerenmiai Fistcl
WVm. 11. Greenuoigh
S. 11. Norris
Fratcis Everett
Geo. P. Hangs
Seotto Cnark
David Fos(dick
Levi Farwell
lall J. Hows
Win. A. Dickermnnn

Voted, Tbat tihe resolutions now adopted, be
pillishi! in all thi newspapers printed ii this
town ; together r itl tile iaines of the subscribers
;nil of r ire Comnmittee nf Vigilance ; and ind t eliech
einmber of the association be furnished ,ithl a
printed copy thereof..
JOHN TAPPAN, Chairman.

of Milton, Mass. l,as by a deed of gift se-
cured to the Theological Institution in this
town,a site for its buildings, valued at IG00..
A Concert of Sacred Musick will be given
at the Meeting house in Rantdolph,first parish,
To-morrow Evening, by Mr. E. SHAW, assist-
ed by the instrumental orchestra and many
amateurs from Boston.
The Rev. LoIulEzo Dow preached on Mon-
day evening at the Methodist Chapel, in
Bromfield's lane.
Ttle companylat the Amphitheatre,on Mon-
day evening for thle benefit of the IFrrgmrtent
Society. was respectabAlr, but not numrnrous.
iaptid Fall.-P'eas so d nIst week tor eihtl de.l-
lars a bushel now hlie highesI pri-e is one dollhar..
Keep to the lihhit !'-We hear that under
the .5,'e-r, ioad Larw, ra person has been con-
victel, :id sutifered a penalty, or not keeping
to trle ris':L.-Salm G'azette.

MONJDAr?, June ISi-Amived, selis. Joseili CroweiI,
of Ynrionolmi, Pliladulphiiaf, Crnnitair, Smitin, NwiV'ulnd.
INni, via Poillanid. in hallaqt ; Hretsey, Tilton, qnoddy ;
Fi-lneri-. Bath,; Boston, do. ; oinme, Plerlr., NixNu.t',n, X.
C. ; aloips ilE tori')riize, R it'nkit, of Sio ttiolti, C u liiIstoi. Q;
Vti-ry. IP.rlandin Williamni. Por-imoitlr ; Pil y, t 1 vmi utli;
Frnkin, snow, N. York ; Union, tachl ; Pomonia, Akin,
N. Bvdrtrd.
T'USUI'S Y June 19-Ar-rived brig J.oseph,
Richi, Mothile via. New York.
Also)ltr. S-lina. & Jaine, Drew, 90 dibs from
Messina. Spike 10th inst. ship S.,lly, 39i d:a)s
from l.ivvrornl trin Boston, Iparted the lith, oni
Brown's Bank.
.-l.ro-Scl;s. Leo, Foster, Eli7.betli City, 11;
Joseplih Crowev!, of Yarmoulh, 'hiilad. 15; (ir;ri-
pus, Iavie, 'lynvointhi Eliza. Keithl, Bat I; "Echt,-
Howes, of P:ym -u h, avann:.I,, 10.
.'llso---Si .ps iR, na, iDaioe, of Plymnoitth,
Elizabethi Ci3y, 1; Franklin, Snow, of Halnwich,
New York, 6 ; Jamis, Flower, Hatl.lbriI; ; umino-
ni. Akin, N ew leledloid.
At quarantine, schr. Tekell, Jones, 19 days from
St. Thomas. Left 0tlh ult. s'cop0 ietser, fur N.
York same day ; brigs (Gen. Marion, Strm, fbor
thie Maine, 8 ia is WIashinglon. Dolliner, ltosion,
41; itItriiI, Igersoll, New Orletnis, same day ;
bark Mary:t, Bassett, for Nebntiryport, 2 dtins ;
brigs Ilamlel, unc.; T'hos. William, Philed.
Cleat d-Hlrigs Floritn, Qnincy, Antwerp, by
T. II. 1 ales & Co. ; George, Marwick, l'ortlandl
sctir.. 1ilo, Farasworthl, Woldoboro; Maie, Ei-.

A PERSON lo has a perfect knowledge oC
titrumfnucturti'ig Cotion Goods, viz :-Bed
Ticking,Shirinrig.Sheetirg, Ace. ..liso--. is a com-
p.-re knowled,.eo 'Warping, Dressing. and start-
ig I'ower-looms on the best inmproveCi piin-anid
can give the best i-nstruction fur er-etring Dressing
MacIhincs and to put them in operation. and will
warrant them to be of a superior qu ilit" of any
u'ed in An.erica. IU'nquestionable rveferctnces re-
spictring his cliaracter cat br g.over. For' further
pricuIsiE,Bp]a,vto) .\ir. VlIu.IAM C .I OW,
No. I 25,. liB-rnail td-trect, Ioston. June '20
TO1') il L t.'t,
VA.'Y convci.,:nt ,lln-e siitut o: Orange-
-*re I, nons'sig ofl'ptrir mnd kithein rn tire
an i c r. l 4 'inn!- 4 L ri, a good r, lier, wood-
ho s,, vard- a-id garden, with every cunv(-nience-
'eit .Si) per qu irter. Inquire at thie (Ci ntinel
.'orriRing ]i, st.. June 20
A, N Aipretiiee t. a i lard \\ arc Store, inquire
,t No. !- South Hoqw. Gowt recorinrendiiaLions
will Ie required. If June20
Table Cloths, Carpet Bindings, etc.
.N 'o. 18 and -0, M.IJt!KiJ;'l-STRIE'T,
AS just re. ic d per Canton, fr-oo I.i-rrputol,
7-f^ Tartan plaid ';',hle Cloiius IJ to 6 yards loio;
geecn woollen do do. u i:.i btnrr.es, Ito 6 %arls
lung; Clintz Ci pet Hi;idi igs ; Tariant Cloth by
the yard, 6-4 7-4, an.i S--i wide ; plain Greer
Cloth, do. do, t.i June 16

Tnt Pis, r of s" e o le antle,. N kersn altimrore Roe-
visit to his estate in Virginia ; btwi t, el loop akt, aler,
to Wiashington, to celebrate the Fourth ot I rn.Liuufir ; I St.n
Julr.-All the Ex'cutives of the States ought (fflce of tkr' .A1veir lok J)ailt! ,heriser ,
tofollow the example, and in the wordils of an Snifdtr! .lforring, Jvne 17, 1821.
old President solemnize the day with pomp, A ived ship Robert lhuins, Coffin, 43 days fi-or
shows, sports, feasts, bonfires and illtmina- L-nlrndniry. Left, Emulous, Selden, St. Ubes,
tions-" 10; Fairv, Allen, d(o. 12 ; WVilliaI & J.ane,
13Broiwn, likely to bIe cendemned. Julie 11, lat. 41,
FroaM the leditcrcanentiie.-*T'he UT. S. sloop .38, l)ing fiT, spoke brig Hairahi, Russel, 2 Idais
of war Peacock, arrived at Norfolk, left the r.oIn M arblliezid, for Guadaloupe.
Columibus 74, Core. BAIrlUthDtG, the Ontarioo, h!o0-Ship Alexander Mansllfeld, lHamilton, 47
22, Capt. CGAUNcir.y, and Spark, Lt. Corn. days Fromo Blfrast. Left ship Meridian, tor Balti-
GoaIno, all well, at Algesiras, May 8th. 'hlie otre, in 10 or 15 days,rony Aneriesn vessel in
Columbus daily expected to be relieved by portMys 5g0 miles souther fCapeClear, supposed
the Conrtitution. Com. B. had appointed Lt. shi shewig sigusan of--Boston,or Liversuppool.sed
to be the ..arir-y-t-Sum .of of Bostoni lbr iLisverpool.
WaIrPLE to the charge of the Consulate at n. sTShip'Moiawk, Trowbridge, 38 dys from
Tunis, in the absence of Corniul STIrH, who St. Ubes. Left aniong others, brig l Sti'ith fto'
was going to Leghorn. The Peacock brought Iostot, anl a Kennebuink brig for do. i 5 o" 6
from Rome the Monument of WASHING- dlvs.-There hadI been great rejaicings at Lisbon
TON, for.the State of North-Carolina.-It is aI i St. Ubes, iniit sequence of tire King's oath to
now on board the Columbus, and weighs eight tie new cornsitihltm, thie news of which arrived at
tons. those places about thie IthL May.
The Morocco revo io was a a eo-Schr. Kentcheck Trader, Gale, of New-
The Emperor'socco revoltion was at an himself a- port, fro"r New Orleats, and 20 days from the
The Emperor's nephew, finding himself a- ,aize. Sailed in co. fr-.mi the Balize, brig Deca-
bandoned by his followers, had taken refuge tur, fir Boston--June 4, lat. 29, long. 80, spoke
in a mosque. All quiet at Algiers. brig Venus, of Providence, from Matsnzas, for
A Gibraltar paper of the 5th May was re- Neu York.
ceived by the Peacock. It contains but lit- .lNso--Sicr. Caroline-k-Nancy, Malitew, 14
tie news. The Spanish Cortes had abolished Ilays from Machisrs.
the royal life guards ; and Lt. Gen. O'Don- eslo--A schooner fiom Cubawith fruit, a.d
nell, had been ordered into confinement by a ship anid lbrig unknown.
the Municipality of Algeziras. VESSELS LEFT.
.A---.--- At Havana May 25th, Ruth. Weston, for Boston, ready
Cr ime c. c.-At the last Circuit Court to sail ; Am. Hero, of do. doing nothing, capt. sick ; brig
Crimes, c. c.-At the Spartan a lld Worroinontogus,disehargig.
of the U. S. in Illinois, Che-wa-cha-rah and Audo.29th iilt.Rtebeeca, 'Bostini 6; Supe.ior, Salem, 2.
Who-rah.jin-jah, two Winebago Indians, were At d s0th o ft. brgP rince EgeIeC;3ch. General Broolks
convicted of the murder of two American At do. -bout 5th i ti. Friances, at Ooston, line. captain
soldiers near Fort Armstrong, in March last, icik; Strugg. Firos, chartrert-by thie government, f,,r
Carthaiena. 4 fys, nndef r Cii-V-.
and sentenced to be ]lung the 14th July.- Sch. ew Packer, tor thnas 1i.., 12 days, was atPorto
Their Chief, Cah-rah-mah-ree, who attended Rico, 20th ut.
the trial, was .indignant at the barbarous At Ax CAoyes.30th it. sei. Salumnith, Brewster, ofDux.-
bury, for Rum Key. 6 c- 7.
treatment the convicts had experienced in AtPt. au Prince25stihuli. oxer, orNewburyport, wailing
jail previous to their trial; and Col. Leaven- forseamen to recover, expected to srilin 5dars ; Sauford &-
wort had o win.ofHalhoweli. il h1a few days; Hope Sheafi., of Port<-
worth had ordered an inquiry on the subject., nouth, do.; brigf I'avorite, and -, Lord, of' Kenrebunk,
On leaving the Court the Chief addressed dis'g. ; sch. Margaret, G:.ul, of Brisril, Me. fur New Or-
Judge PoPE in a short, eloquent, and manly eans; and ohers, unk. Very sicek moving fonreiners.
At Jacenol. May 22, brigs IHope & Sailly Ann. Oliher. fnr
speech, which concluded with these remntrk- this port,6; Duriham. 'ibbets, of Purtsmaunh, for Wil-
able words : mington, 2 ; sch. Borneo, Newbury port, next day. .
S- e ie t i T Ai Nt-w Orleaur, May 22, Mnrirgaret, tor thiis port. 2l4th ;
Ay 7 Father-I came here to see justice but I Thos. Wilson, do. 27th; Orleans, do. do. (aSt.down tiheri-
find none-Cah-rah-mah-ree!is honest-lie speaks ver day be-fore, nearly loaded)r ; Sefilower, for do. in a
wibat he thinks-lhe shakes )ou fPr the last limre week; Jonnes, ones, for LoLonin, nearly loaded ; St ifftird.
by tIhe land," Eiirire, do.; Alberit, of Portinouthi, flur Philai. two-.h irdo
Jby teand loaded ; vWiliarn. Pedriek, for Livei pool. 27th, all loaded,
but capt. very sick; Wiliam, Carter, of Newport, fbr N.
One John Duncan, lately executed in Mis- York, S; Anrrew Jacrkson, o Salem.said to have a freight
sour, confesses in his dying speech, that he angagef. Strip Aladreof Boston, oad beenrsold ai d s
inad ng for Giti altar. "fie -Ports.is onith Or'eansI tid not
trrnvelled 300 miles to kill Mr. Stephens, of sailed.- At the Tur in,23d, tshi Caroline, and brig Phce-
whose murder lie was convicted, that he then nix,.of Bosran ;,*hipi New York Pachet ; brig George, of
killed the son of Mr. S. then Irs wife, and Saoish 2tdh, in oiort; shian, er, of rk an ork o;foailed
last her infant son-all deliberately,with time Europe ; brigs Columbusr, do.; Alexardrew, Si. Domingo;
intervening between each hellish act -T'he sch. Kenrmebee Trader, of Newrport, for New York ; Parsed
annals of human depravtte e never- exhibited W.h two former ed day out. abru- 100 oiles from An ize.
annals of human deprav never exhibited AtHalifax h inst. lch.Vitury, days from thi port.
a more diabolical heart, than this fiend pos- just achoringc ; Philnida, Waterman. for Norfolk, 3; In-
oant, Collier, nr soold. A sell. Ir -nm N. Crrolina ith ilum-
sesse b-r,ar. at .aiti. Six finhermen(2 of Boothbay)had been
Sargeant Xelly,'an orderly of the VWar- sentinto DOgby.
office Washington, has been killed i'., a quarv TvEssq.KS Spoxrx.
rel b Sargent L has been killed aq r May 1, lat.46, lon. 23,brig Balance,32 days from New
nel by Sargen rihani. Orleans, f or Liverpool.
rJiane th, inr Suth Channel, ach. George, Tobey, 4 days
S*extibifion f e a o ti from i'Inin'aston for Norfolk.
The exhibition of the painting of the Sch. Orion, if Htie Hill, from Portiand for Matanzsa.
Court of Death," will, we learn, close to- Juno6, i]t. 41,lon. 61 ebh..Lydia, 3 dys from Bath.
morrow ; and we hope those who have lot June 12. lat. 40, Ion. 73, ship Vortnd, 7 from Portland.
June 14 l at. 42, 40. Ion. 610s, eh. Vrsta, Holusr, 27 days
yet seen this excellent specimen oftaleill and from do. whon ing, with sobbls. oil.
moral instruction, will not have to, regret, af- MNay 20, ]t. 33. Iop. 64, seh. Olive, Preble, 6 days from
ter it is gone, having neglected devoting a iays3o.otft capeNicio s Mtile, stoop Mason's Daughter,
half hour to this rational gratification. Brown, of Nantucket, 6 inondis out, with 170 bbls. sperm
-- *Ccpe Sables. N. by E. 11 les. ship Herald, 2ilays from
To READERS. Sonic letters received from an tills pm t.
inteligenIt anl worthy inme,'icnii wlho lis recent visited hMay 28, off Cape Sa isl, isch. Mary, Siimonsfrom Chat.
ti- Ottoman Iminrmnirn, iand 1f1o srpealis fa Irirafr of tire limrn Strorit orBhil ist. -
m onner and mniora s ol theTurks,h a vebe inraic spoke Imy 7, lat. 10, S. Ion.231, 1hip John, 47days from Edgar-
of in private circlei; and we ihae adiniited an article ,on town. -
tlesub.ectintoour -oluInI this Jy.-We however, take tou e 13 ,CapeNegro, N. N. W. 4 hla. sch.Magnet, of
occasion tosay, tinat we dio not concur with ouc respect d Pivnninilh.
correspoindeatin at his in ferencues. Most of them are un. April 28.off Cape Palos, brig Merrmac.k. ot NewbirT-
questionably sound., ani ione would think ought to oo. port from Sicily, iniund to Newhurypolrt.-26ith, brig Adri.
rate as a check enthiar spiitual egotisr i and a!tn hoastiait, urit, of Bstun, 4s5dy.,y frsi New Orleans for VilhuFranea.
which are too common, rind are even found frequently s IJunie 4, ait.41, Ion. 61. sch. Pahadium. Larcorinof Mal-t
proceed fieiT, s.....d iL... BI.t S fsir f, ].. r 1 .-' .. in chester, 28 days flom St.Michaels for NewYork.
-'I. ,-. et, t"flil.he and p'ron~ized in this place, its effects leans, anid sch. Canden. Perkins, for Boaton, sailed from
have been highly beneficial on thie manners and nooals of a Gibraliar Sth May. Sch. Reg'nins, Tucker, from Marseill
urnoir'i'U ando ustftul iess oft th- co i ni'uity i--wio, from les fos r Salen passed by Gibraltir arr e day.
bIing almost thIe outcasts ,f< society. irien desituine of tie Ar. atSt. Thomas Miay 181), hi-ig Rotuuil ,Ingersoll, Bait.
instruction (hey now receive, have become temperate, in. 17. 22d, brig Visitor, Rideout, (of Hath) Wiliington. 38.
dustrilos. contented and respectable citizens. We dd d not 30th, ech. Pocahonmas, no Barnstable, 27 days from Bait.-
think ourselves authorized to omit the part of our i'r;enids Sail-d 30th, sel..'Teklli, Jaons. for Boston. 31-St, brig
strictures, on the inferred effects of tii- d.etrine of" K lee. Rotiund. ol Salem, N. Orleans. In port. Jutne 1s Get Ma-
tion" on the community ; but we cou;d hare wished he had. ion. '.f N. Bedlbord. Ma aicavbo, I day; Vikitor, discharge.
ru ingg; Wuabington,Doll river, otiion, 8th, loading; sch. Ami-
MA.RRIED, y, Lane, of do. from Port au Platt.
In this town, on Thursday evening last, Capt. Edward Seb. Sylph. Soith, ar. t Newburyport on Monday, from
L. Scott to MIrs. Hl-riot Fessenden. h ris c ita ar- Nbirortr Mdrr
On Wednesday evening last, by the Rev Mr Ratn Tr a ruisoff Cape May with 240 bhls. mackerel.
On Welesday vening last, Iy the Rev. Mr. Eaton, Mr. A. at Saler, bri Dawn, Endicottr, from Leghorn and 40
Gcaorag Pillock, to Miss Sarah Rich, daughter of the late dav firom Gibraltar.
Can Mt. Aqila th'ev. Sr.Gilt. ofh. agox t et from Gibraltarffor Boston, fr. at Plymouth
Ins Miltoni, by thi Rev. Mr. Gire. Mi'. Pn ul Lyons, of Rox- on Mond,.
"ry,To Mrs. Elzabeth Suner.fMio PHIL ELPHIA,Je 6--Arrived, brig Harp, Sand-
Il, Coiisset. rfte o iinst. by ies-. Jncob Flint, Capt.Lei
Nicho is, to Kiis Mar) Hall, i ofCohse ap evi gramin. Trinidad, Cuba. C,. brig Nymph, Phillips, Pernom.
In Nantucket, MIr. John b,1. Earle.irc-harnr, of Wart. Inu'nes std t. Sailvsdo,r sch Indttstrv. Titermury, St. Ja.
Icelter, to i-s Sarah Iussey, da ,ne of Mr.restram K go ; bhil Risinag Sun, Taubner,lGibalthar.
Isster, of theformer pce. er o r. Stream NORFOLK, June It-Arrived, sell. Brothers. BakerN.
In statli. Mr-.Jtshua C. Drew, formerly of Duxbury5 to Astres, BrakLr-r, lcstnn. W1h, r. sch Prtinoquet irway
In Middlebury, Vt. Rev. John J. Robrtson to Miss ul 'Ivaa, 8. ,l Htmto lRoads aip Rol a, 48 days from
A.uttMidlebar, Vt. e-. J Rorson to "Mliss Julia L,vserpoi)l bond to BAltinmore; brig Columbus, Msrhury,
I Georgia, Rev. Abel Shrood, o Lexinton. to flor A lIsandri r fo WV. Indies.-Sclh. Alexander, Curtis,
hGo lar Abe 1 od o ington, to Mrs. 15 day; rom Damariscolta bound to Alexandria went up
Ann Adams Early, relief oftb theHIn. Peter Early, iormerly 15 bay fDsniornn hd
Governor ofGfrorgi. tirne bay this 1i-orning.
ia. BA.TIIOHE, Jane 14-Arr; ed sthb. Younger Bruls,
Smii. Havaonn. 7 ; C i lithicr, Griy, St. Anidres; Fa;rplia.,
DIED Cro.- d, Hltifnax,18. Cl. brie Chitswoitn, Dameloni Rio
Ii thistown, on Saturday last, tMr'. Sarah Deverell.-Ed- I Janeirr ; Siily', radfo,d. ln:lirtim.
'ward, aged 3 years, and on Sunday Gecrge, aged 1 )ea-r, NEW YORtK: .Tune 16-Arrived, sch. Catherine, Gould,
child -n of Mr. Samnul jewett. Hahfilx, 3. Cl. tip In porter. Lei l.ivepool; h igsNirm-
On Saturday,Mr. Peter Mair, aged64, a natiucof Scot- ro, .lArlei,. Sr.J, Iino,. h. Ii-o, Hvina. ; s.In.
lind.n Ai'n.tir, Ricardsoii, St. Johns ; Victorv. Sheldlou. Ports,
On Saturday evening last, Caleb Williston, youngest nolith.
chiid of Mr. Thomas White. -
On SnSIday, Seth s,,ti of iMr. Sumner,aged 3 years.
d aI t a.....swile of Mr. Thomis Lillie, ged 46. In tlhe HEALTH OFFICE,
death of this amiable womanll, her venerable parents, hl -
foand Insbandhr enlringg clnlitren, and her numerous Hoston, Jrtine 18, J L). 1821.
rindi,.limve net with an i.nit',eparabl i)s. d'RDTRED, ''That persons Iriorn the crritrtly
On Sunday evening, JoMr. wGianine, geds7. mr. r-y and they herebare permitted, fom
ham P,-iolt. aged 6 years.-Mis ry i aged 20 his t:meto tlil tirst da:- of November nrext1to
mounts, child of Mr. George B.-Sudd- ,ily, Mrs. ajimett carry out of the town ofr Postrnn. in tsuittabllci ts
Thwieg, nge(I 48. wife of James T. or wagg ns, any of the Street Dirt, that they may
In Chiarlerowt on lvdnaesday last. Mi. Scirel tow- collect ,r s, eep ,np in amy of thie streets ir tlhe
this town. r. ra ith of ia ih ot f Bost.n-niy g ti g h te tnormer rules
tn Hinpham, on Saturday last, Mrs. Lydia, wife of Mr itld order- of the Boardl to the contrary notwith-
In, Hingham, un Saturday last, Mis s Sally Hobart, aged I .\ ndlle Secretary is directed to Publish this
Int Beverly. Mrs. Brown.wife of'Mr. Simeon n ar-ed 0.. order in lie newspapers printing the rules an!
In bSlem, yestcrdo. Mr. MLewis Tucker- nFeral this af.- orders of the 'l3oard. Altest,
tenoo'. BENJ. VI 1ITVI1ASN, Jr. Sec'Y.
1in P,,rtsmonlh, ?N. H. Capt. Jldiah Mitchell, aged 63, --uld o r I AN, J,. .
formerly ofNewburojport.
In lnhotl, Canpt; Jsm,,a "Prlnrontonr, aged 41. nHEA JLTH O tFFI C E,
In Middlebury, Vt. Ira A.Denton, Eiq.Atorneya Law, une 1, o.1.). 1 21.
a g e d 3 5 .t .o r) T D h t S, .e r Y c1 ) e1 8 ,2 1 .
iSn New York, Mrs. Alsop, of the Th-an-e, daughter of 1phisdE Tlttin tinews ar-far y crintie to be
tIne late celebrated MrsIJordan.on iterihihi Stn tage i re ititmhished ill the niwspaprt writing Ilie
In Cammnrir County, Va. Mr. Cinarle 0 es Li i ed mr-r t rules and orderti s oi r ard, tine l l atl tie eoarr will
leAt v awoniteaS llrr T0,d om e ldgre a ciit gran children. o rf nEee -Io huiml aiotHIer ItIAge of Tombs in the
In Fiiotand. I ren'uy Iawes Ltttrell, Esrl of Carlarnrton, liostt Cni tay, nt uo in otn, tie preet
aierd 7a-A Gei-rn:l oif tt mr-,my. During the dirl)s of'.ii- season, or pere-it individualhs or application to
njun Irewas known as Col. Lutnrelh.-He ii amicem leul hy this oart'd, to bruit Ihtnm ; they bnihlcing them
hui brolnTr.--AlsoM:.iaor GamTh, of the .,rnr hleaingain under the tirectin andIs agrean!!y to thie plan es-
imeuse flinner, sahorut 50,000 dollars f lie riui-si ttrls h dr*
stioulni bv- given to gi errrmn t, to help t- of t(n- rstiounil ntsl~shecd bh tinls I nrdn and will receive propo-
dihe i n sals lor thart purpose. Attest,
Ar Calcuitta, Mr. Tithornas Eldred Pitnnan, a native of BENJ. "WHITMAN, Jr.. ec'v.
Ni-snort I. I. ii his 49ti year. *

Freight for Port-au-Prince.
Any vessel bound for Portl-au-
lPrince, may obtain 50 or 60 bbls.
freight from BAKER'& HODGES,
June 9 copis2w No. 30, India-street

.o j !H, ie.OlAD-STRIEt'.l
A cn upiete assortment of Amlerican manutlc-
tursd Coinrlin indi W'oollen Goods.
(rj Cash advanced i cononsinments.
June 20 epw3\

A'o. 39, I.VDI1A-ST'Ie.;E'T,
"'AVG' rim sale-just land,-l from ship Cianton,
t fromn l.ivrpool-1 bale anil 1 case assorted
Ke.ri.sevnieres ;:d low priced Cloths. In S'tore, re-
ceived by chip Ifera'd--2 hl.es low priced blue
Cl ths-the abvee bving a consignment, will be sold
low t'i elesse sales.
Alvo,i n Stor'e--4-pipes Port Wine, received from
LoidonN ; Miadeiia Wrin, in halfpisi,,s ntd (I'r. csks,
-.l.itled 'o (lebenture ; a few cas4.ks onflo; iIron,
Situt ; t few tons Qna-hee WVood ; Skivors ; cases
of Fs.eleg P'i'ce-, ke. ie.; 13.000 Spanish Ci-
ga.n ., in i boxes ; Rimnan Cement, of lthe first qual-
it,. warra-ttd fresh and good constantly for sale.
June 20

CA'KS Snummer sTraine'd Sperm OIL,
e nf first qsuality-for sale by JOSIAHl
BRADLEE & CO. No. 29, India-street. J '20

A VI, fV 1 sa-,,r 00 zeroons Spanish TAL-
LOW. oJune S30
S TONS very superior St. P-tersbhurg HEMP
S-filr saleby JOSIAH BRADLF i& CO.
No. '9,. India-street. June 20

St. Croix Runm, Virginia and Ken-
tucky Tobacco and Cotton.
A (e' BA.LES Ahiamna Cotton; v5 lhhds. prime
1 _,' Kentucky Tobacco,
4 li blids. Virginiia Tobacco,
'-,) kegs nla.-uieCtured do.
.is8 pullrliionls prile St. Croix Runi,
INl) tir. casks DryI Mal.qpa rWise,
40 casts ;ainton Silk Goods, consisting of black
Sarsnits; Iaudkerceniefs ; fancy do. ; Sew-
ine Silks; mixed 'Japan Cambhlts and col-
oiredl oncans-fobr sale by R. D. TUCK-
ER & CO. No. 82, India-sircet. June 2i
iASIT will be paid for a few thousand pounds
S'co nmmon, mixed and full blood WOOL, by
DEXTER, TIFFANY & CO. No. 35, Broad-
street, if offered imniediately.
'Also-Cash advanced on consignments of "Wool,
of all kinds. ep3w June 20
Sheathing Copper, Lead, 4-c.
H AS j.st received by the late arrivals and of-
.fers for sale,
21. cases Sheathing Copper 20 to 50 oz.
.12 do. bright do. Copper, 22 to 28 oz.
50 Rolls Sheet Lead, 5 to 6 lbs.
12. casks dry White Lead,
6 do. do. Red do.
50 hhds. very old English Coppieras,
12 casks best English Card wire, assorted Nos.
S 28 to 33,
Lead Pipes suitable for Aqeducts all sizes,
april 18 istf
James Ptiver Leaf Tobacco.

11 1-VE for sale,
Landing from sell. Wicker,
----- !,lhds. .prime James Rivser. Iob ,5 whole, and 1 Manufactured Tobacco, suitable
45 half kegs 5 for shipping.
april 14 3tis

F 'IRFIELD & CHOA'IE, No. 14, Central.
street, have for sale,
4 pipes 4th proof Cognac Brandy ;
100 boxes No. 1 Chocolate ;
21 hhds. Grand Bank Fish ;
501n reins Wrapping Paper ;
.100 pair best Wellington Boots ;
310ot lbs first quality Lamb's Wool;
260 sides Sole Lesslher ;
100 doz. bottled Porler. warranted lst quality
000 lb. Annisieed ; 175 quarter boxes Gigars
I cask Coifee Mills.
5 cases Comnany Yellow Nankins;
2 do. Nankin Crapes; 1 do. Canton do.
I box 7 4 Crape Shawls ;
1 Case figured and plain Oil Cloths ;
I bale Ru-sia Diapers ;
I do do). Sheetings; I case Dimities';
may 2 4pis

Old Jamaitica Rtn1, etc.
SIHHIS. first quality old Jamaica Rum ; 40
10 dn. ido. do. St. Crnix and 'tobago do.;
20 do. N. 0). ind Porto Ricoe Segars ; 30 bbls. No.
1, Pork ; 30 do. Nos. '2 and '3 Be(-f.-Also a gen-
eral assrtinent of first quality Teas, for sale by
JA' l ,S MEANS. No. 19, India-street.
J;' fisn i-,

Suanter iats, FP 's, Trimmlings, etc.

AS forsale, Gentlemen ans Yoltthli's PanI eaf
IlIatsa; Gntlemrnen andil 'Miti's fine drab do.
He keeps constantly for sale, an extensive assort-
mert ot H-lals of all descriptions, such as Hats from
the Bnston lfat Manufactory,ot very superior qual-
itY, such as obtained the premium at Brighton in
GOt last; M.'In and Youth's Prated and Wool.
fiats, suitable for the country trade or the s;outh-
Srns market; Youth ansi Children's Fancy Hats.
Hle lets just received by tle Heralde an assortment
of Children's draL, drab green unders and lFa-cy
Hiats, nes patterns
Ise keeps likewise, FURS, and HAT TRIM
MINGS, such as Beaver, iMsu'rat, Racoon,Ntra,
(Jamel's Hair, Russia Hair Skins, Sncvrna Hair
Skins, Coney eWool, Carrolted Rabbit, Pongees,
Pelongs, landing, Binding, Bisckes, morocco Skiss,
glazed Cambrics, ioeping Brushes, a'c. on tie low-
tst term All orders fi'omn the country strictly
attended to and faithful and reasonably executed
may 19 episfiw

SSeasonable Piece Goods.
SAMUEL BURIT'IT ihas on hand a good as-
sortmient of
European and .hmerican Goods,
which are offered fbr sale at fair and reasonable
prices, at iNo. 92, t oust-street, opposite the old
Court Ilousee. istf
O NE case of rich Grniture Ribbons, Nos.
5-12 and 7-16 ; black,wlhite, and green Crapes,
extra quality ; white Merino half Hdkfs. green
and purple bortders ; best black and whiite Kid
G eoves ; green,a.sd w white Silk Gauze ; plaini and 11i
gured Sil: Lace ; ilain and striped blackFlorentine
Vestings; white Merino Fringe ; black and color-
ed P'r.:s.ella i; black and colored onicans. For
sa:e by LANE & LAMSON, No. 5, Cornhlill-
square. ep2wis June 9

jOlIN SPitING, has just received, suid offers
for sale, at No 16" Kilby-street,
1W5 pieces Scttiiets. 15 bales Sheeting.
20 bales bro. ohlrtigs, 3 cI. raule t;,tl3s,

1 do. bleaclied do. ] 12 doi. Cottoa Yarr,
An assotuieiit of Sewing 's'hrd nd Knitting
Cottou ; Denimsa; SlripeA ;SPlails; Bed Ticis ;
Cloths, Casiner s, &c.
r2 bales Wool, (suitable for Sattisets,) consign-
mlents ol which are solicited, with a coatideneLC
itat safe and advantageous sales will be made
O rCasi liberally advanced o GConsign-
iterts. is

Jo. S2, UN"IO .'-STi'REET,'
I-AVE received by tIe Canton, Wmn. Henry,
S I and other late arrivals-a further sw',,plv of
of superior quality and pa terns, whiien they ofler
for cash ur credit. J.lne i20

T llE suilseribe his received I ease PALMN
LEAF IIATl'S, which will be sold un caion-
able terms, hIv til c ae nor dozcn.
J. SImIONDIS, Jr. No. 15, Broad-street.
June 20
No. 11, COR.AvfILL ,
HTASJust received, a great variety T'III.E.D
l ACES. Also--a complete assortment 4-4
and c6-4.1 ull and Book MUSLINS. 6w J `20
The Furniture Coramiision Company,

-AVE received, in addition to their extirnsive
assortment of t'Fouritire,Elegant G ItECIAN
C()tjCITHES, w;tih velvet Iplush cvecrings ; PIER
'TABLES witli marble slabs rmd mirrors, LI-
of varies sizes, &e. kc
C" r'he public are respectfully informed, that
at this iWarehouse they se'l for cash only, ani
have but one price. GEO. BARKER, Ag.ent.
June 20
"Clapp's Patent Pump, Elevating ,lq-
uedflct, or Water Conductor."
T HE Subsc,'ihers respectfully info-m their
friends and the pnblic, that after making dili-
gent inquiry of persons (of the first respectability)
who have had thle above named Pumps or Mna-
chines in operation From 4 to 9 A ears, and tlfiindg
they all agree that it is the best puoimp they knew
of, or have ever seen, and with their own presn'c-
sessi-ins, on witnessing its operation, have been in-
doc,-I to procure thle patent right for the counties
of Snffolk, Norfolk, Milddlessex, Esexalian.sta-
b e, Nan.tucketI, nd l)nks Count with e right
Of ereetinr PiumSlips or Aquetducits in any either
cunhlv in the SlI at of Maissacehusetts, not now dis-
pesed of--give this public notice, that they are
read to eret the above nanied Pumps, within
the State of Massaehusselts. at short notice ; the
peculiar advantages of which, aire, they possess all
the requisites of a conimun sucking pump, and
with the simple process of stopping the spuoit, or
outlet, and inserti whg i a pipe attached to
it in the top of the pumpn, water may be thrown
fifty feet perpendicular, almost instantaneously, by
the power of two men only; another advantage is,
water may be driven from rivers or springs to any
place, hkiwever elevated, for taverns, boarding
houses, ?-c. (especially were baths are used) it
must be very desirable, as\ t ihI a trifling expense
water may be driven to any particular, or every
room, and all by the process of common pumping.
'TFe plaIe throughout is so economical that it ica -
not fail to please all i ho try thie exper-iment. we
have recently erected a pump on ithe above plan
for Mr. Enoch Patterson, at his tave.' in Elm-
street, where it roay be seen in operation ; another
is erected at the U. S. Navy Yard, Charleatown,
Mars. A'iy person wishing oce or the right of
making one or more, or who may be inclinLd to
purchase the patent right for either of the above
named counties, Suffolk and Norfolk excepted,
may apply to the subscribe s,wild iave made putp
making their principal business for a number if
years. Tihev tender their services to make tihe
above described Pumps, or Pumps on any other
known or given plan, in wood, iron, or lead, as may
best suit their respective employers.
Pump and Block Makers, No. 17, Fish-st.
N.B.-A good supply of seasoned BLOCKS, al-
ways on hand, and LIGNUMVITE, by whole-
sale or retail, for sale as above. .June 20

Edwards on the affectionss.

TIHIS day pu'.lished, and for sale. by IJAMtES
-LORING, No. 2, Cornhill, price 75 cents in
boards, ,
"The Treatise on Religious Affec-
tions, by thelate Rev. JONATHAN" EDWARDS.
A. M. ; somewhat abridged by the removal of the
principal ]Tautologies of the Original ; and by ant
Attemp: to render the Language throughout m're
perspicuous and energetic. To which is now ad-
ded, A copious Index of Subjects.
"It is no disparagement to any one to say, that he
[IPresident Edwards] is, without a rival, the great-
est Divine' tnat the present century has produced.
His book on Religious Affections, his Essays on the
Conversions in New England, ke. discover his su-
perior skill hi experimental Theology.-We take
this opportunity of recommending, with all the
energy of which we are capable, the Works of
President EDWARDS."
London Evangel. Mag. Pol. III.p. 36 6- 37.
The small work before us is a abrIdginent, and
an attempted improvement in point of style, of one
of President Edwairds' most useful and practical
treatises. We are not great admirers of abridg-
ments, and have very little taste for improvements
upon an author's style ; yet we must admit that
the Treatise on Religious Affections" was sus-
ceptable of both. To give greater publicity ho a
work so admirable adapted to extensive usefulness,
)y comnpressing it into a cheaperand morereadable
borr.l, is Ile design of the present publication;,
anid in the execution or his task, Mr Ellerby has
sucneceeded beyond our expectations."
Ecletic Rcview of l82o0.
Algeer's Elements of Othleagraphy, a new Book
for Schools, 13 cents.
Watts on tlhe Mind, with Questions, 62 1-2
Mason on Self Knowledge, with Questions, 62.
cents. lune 20

Natural History and Classics.
OR Sale, the following valuable FI R E N C H
General Natural History by Buffon,
and oth-r eminent Authors, compiled by Soninni,
and comprising Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes, Insec s,
Minleralogy ansd Botany, being the most complete
work of the kind ever published, with man y hun-
drd engravings, 129 volumes, 8vo. ; a newv Die-
tione:ry of Natural History, with pa'ticular refer-
ence to Rural and Domestic Eronomy, with ma-
ny pla'.es, 24, vols. 8vs. ; another Dlictionary of Nat-
ural riistnry, by the celebrated Bomnare. 15 vols.
8vo.; Flora Borealj Americana, by Micheaux, 2
vols. 8o. ; ''Thesasurus Iinaginumn Pisciom, &e. hy
Rumphiu-, 1 sol. fol.; Geers on Inseets, 3 vols.
4to.; Reaumur on Insects, 6 vols. itr.; Linneus'
various works on Botany, 10 vols. 8vo.; Sco.oli
on insects ; Bonnet on Leaves ; do. on Organized
Bodies ; tiuequet on. the Vegetal and Mineral
Kingdoms ; Nollet on Natural Philosophy; Jau-
bert Dictioeary of Arts anid Maufhctures ; Boume
on Experimental Chimislry ; Jnstin Universal
History ; Horace by Dareer ; Tacitus W'orks
complete, in French and Latin ; Life of the Em-
oeror Julien ; Condillae Course nf Studies ; Ste-
phani Thesaus'ns Linguae Lalina, 4 vols. hol. ; Da-
visd Mtertin's beattitel folio F.ench Bib'e, with
notes, in 2 vols. of 1707 ; l)eL'Isle bfol. Atlas, con-
taining 114 Maps; tnsost valsale Paris 4o editions
u" Sicero Terentins, Sailustns, Uornelius Nepo%,
and Virgilius, being the real Delphini editions of
1675 ;-with other WVorks tro numerous to men-
tion.-Also, a portable Barometer of great excel-
lence, by I)ollond, calculated for measuring the
altitude of Mountains l'lease apply to hMr. J.
M1. GOURGAS,. Dorchester. June 20
LETTER to thie subscriber, dated at Salem,
r June 18, containing an order from the Cathier
of the Miehants Bank at Salemn on the Cashier of
thie BIrancls Bank in Providence, R. I. for three

kegs of dollars, in vonr of S. White, E q. and en-
dorsed by him it blank. E. ROLLINS,
June 20 1No. 17, State.street.
HiANL'iD, a Cook and Csambermaid, who
^ can be recommended from their last places
Inquire at the Centmiel Jounting Room. June 20
N Poplar-street.-A jseeond hand, Chaise for
sa c-and a tBoy wanted at the Tin Business.
Inquire at the Centinel Counting Room. June 20

tUST. received and for sale by LINCOLN &
1 'DSIANDS, No. 53, Cornhill, "k,'lie Me-
diatorial reign ,f the So'N vep.Gon ; or tile absolute
ability arel willingness of Jitesus Cnistr to save all
mankinrisd, demonstrated from the Scriptures, ins
which work an attempt is made to rescue the
G(xAY, D. D." of Baltimore, space no arrows."
J.loN Knot, one volume, octavo. Price 3.
Junef. 2 0:
f'HE iREPUBLICAN ; or a Series of Essays
on tihe principles and policy of Free States,
havini;g a particular reference to the United States
noAmerica, and the Individual Slates, by W'di1mm
C. Jarvis. For sale at GRIEENLEA F'S Book and
Stationary Store, No. 4, Court-street. June 20

A ND when'finished may be had at HARVEY
Al BATES', No. 3, Middle-street, y'here Mr.
Ingalls formerly kept, the'.
Trial and Confession of Lorenzo Dow.
Also, a Paiplsrase on Genesis, XLIX 10.-
Likewise, Dow's family Medicine," patented to
him by U. S. and foundd beneficial for the Head,
Stomach, Bo-wels, Liver,&c. as a corrector and res-
torative. Juna20
cTHO commanded the ship Duft, during the first
'- Missionary Voyage, and at the estalis hnment
of the first 1l mission i.i the Islands of the South Seas.
By the l-v. JOHN GRIIFFIN, of Portsea, Enug.
This little book is one of the most interesting
speehiens of religious oaml missionary bipograpiiy
any where to be found. The subject of it ivar'bied
to the seas, went to Indiia at an early age, was a
lon time a prisoner to Hyder Ally, afterwards com-
ieanded a ship in tlhe countlrv trade,' amassed a
competent fortune. and returned to England a de-
termie'od infidel. After a few years he provides-
tialy fell into tihe company of the writer of this
book, who was then reaching as a candidate for
the ministry. Fr-om this unexpected pcquaintance
lie was induced to hear thie young minister preach,
tile result was 'is conversion to God.
'hren thie London Missioenary Society were fit-
ting ouit the ship I)Duff', with thirty missioarics lot'
thelslands (t the Pa.i'ic. Capt. VWilson offered his
services as commander (f the vessel, without any
reward, except tbat whlch re suits from attempting
to promote the kingdom of Christ. He conduct-
ed the voyage with grrat ability ; left theemissiona-
ries it hdiree different stations ; aided the mission
families by his paternal counsels ; and, after
his return, assisted in the compilation of an ac-
count of the voyage, vhlich brought T-wo Thou-
sand Puuwids, as clear profits, into the treasury
of the Society.
Numerous incidents, in the life of this extraor-
dinary mane, are worthy of thle perusal of all: esl.e-
cially is the account of his conversion calculated to
be eminently useful.
TIhe volume will be printed in duodecitno size,
onfine paper, ai;l delivered to subscribers at75
cents in boards, or bound at 87J cents.
Person is subscribing for five copies, or becoming
respousele for them, will be entitled to a sizth co-
py gratis.
Su scriptions received for this work by IsAAc -
BOWERS, No. 14, Newbury-street, by whom the
Book will be published, and at the Bookstore of
MUCsltO & Fl.ANCis. June 20

Author and Publisher of the late ,Maps of the
Northern part of the State of JNew-i"ork,
Upper anid Lower Canada,
F" OR Revising, Cairecting, andi Republishineg,
from the latest Authorities and from Actual
Surveys, a new Edition ot his late
Of the'State of J ew-lYork ;
Also, comprising a large p:rt of Pennsylvania. and
New-Jersey,with' a part ofConnecticut, MaLssacullt-
setts, Vermont and Upper Canada. On a Scale of
Seven Miles to tr Inch.
Thle size of this Mapl is four feet four inches
square. It extends from the Canada Line osr 45th
degree of North Latitude, south to the city of
Fhiladelphia-and from Pittsburg in Pennsylvania
on the west, to New-Haven in Connecticut., on the
The Publisher having been employed for Iup-
wards of twenty-eight years in exploring and sur-
veying v.irious parts oetthe United States, Upper
and Lower Canada, and also in compiling and pub-
lishiung Maps, which have met with very. liberal
1ptrnnage and encouragement, is flattered vitall the
belief, that a perseverance in his presentt underta-
king to promote and extend the general knowledge
aned improvement of his own country, and the ad-
joining provinces, will entitle him to the confidence
of the public, and such share oftheir patronage, as
the merit of his labors may deserve.
This Map is printed on fine wove paper, hand-
somely colored, and delivered to Subscribtrs,
In the iheet, at - 6
Made portable in a book 8
Mounted on rollers and varnished 8
N. B. The Author of thl Map begs leave to
acquaint his friends and the public in general, that
in Ins. late tours through the State i'f New-York
and Upper Canada, liethas collected and is delinea-
ting, from the principle Land Offices, and other
correct sources, all the late improvements and cor-
rections that will render this Map still more desir-
able, as the new counties of Monroe, Livingston
and Erie, with the rout of the Grand Western and
Northern Canals are correctly delineated to 1821.
W-e have examined a Map ol the state of New-
York, including the upper part of the State of
Pennsylvania, published by Mr. Amos LAY, and it
appears to us toto be accurate, and to contain all the
Counties up to this time correctly designated, and
to be well worthy ofpubllc patronage.
JAMES KENT, Chancellor.
JOHN TAYLOR, Lieut. Governor.
ANDREW ELLICOTT, Prf .st hematics,
) fl5st Point.
AM. VAN BUREN, late Attorney General.
S. VAN RENSELLAER, late J.ieut. Governor.
ROBERT TROUP, Agent to the Pultney Estate.
JOHIN T.KIRKLAND, President of Harvard
DANIEL D TOMPKINS, Vice President.
W. W. VAN NESS, .Tudges of the Supreme
JONAS PLATT, 5 -Court.
NATHAN FORD, First Judge St. Law'ence Co.
GIDEON GRANGER, late P. .MIaster Geoerat.
C. D. COLDEN, Mayor ofthe city of N. York.
JOSEPH ELLICOT'T, R t ieietAgent ol the
,ollaead Lund Coap.
I have examined tne ahove Map, and think it a
desideratum ; its execution, so lar as Mr LAT is
concerned, is in my opinion correct and well;
and I recommend it to those who wishl to acquire is
knowledge of the country it embraces, as equal and
even superior to any extant. A. SPENCER,
Chief Justice of the State ofa "ew- York.
f"l'The above Maps are for sale by tl.e Author
at his Map Establishment, No. 649, boulth Market-
street, Albany, and at the Bookstore of R. P. &
C. WILLIAMS, Cornlhill-square, Boston
June 20
S' 1TANTED,.as an ,Apprentice to the Sail ma-
S' king business, a Lad, 14 to 16 years of age
One whose parents reside in town would be prefer-
red. Apply at the Centinsi Counting Room.
June 20
A GFNTEEL finmily can be aceomnodatedr i a
p pleasant retired situation, about 4 miles fromn
tow-. Jltno 20

A GENTEEL four story House, in Somerset-
A street. Apply at No. 7, Central-wlarfl
June 20

A LARGE and conveniert Dwelling-house, situ-
atedl at the corner of Kilby and Milk-streets,
and nearly opposite Pearl-street. Inquire at the
house li'om 10 to 11 o'clock forenoon, and from 4
to 5 in the afternoon. June 16

American Antiquarian Society.
A, SEMI-ANNUAL mettin.g of the .Amnerica
Antiquarian Society, will be holden at tit:
Hall oithe Societyin Wvoreester, oni FTHUISDAY,
the '28th delay of Jun. e inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M. to
attend such business as nmay then and there bc
broneght bhi tre ihe Society.
YWorceste., .Titne 2, 1 821.
A SPECtAL. meeting f tihe Massnchusetts Soci-
ety fir.- promoting Christins Knowledge, will
be holdtin at the rVestry of 'the Old South Church,
in Bcston, near Cummings & Hilliard's lo-ekstori-,
on MONDAY, the 2d day "f July next, at t11 o'-
clockA. M. A. HOLMEkS, Vice President.
.inne 20

TrIH' Members of the A.jssarchusetts Society of
Ciecpunnati, are hereby' notified, that their Aui-
n0al Meeting will be hrldat Concert Hall, in Bos-
ton, on WEDNESDAY, the 4lth of July, alt It
o'clock, A. M. at ulhich sisme and nilae a full and
punctual attendance is requested, as lt.c. Society
will proceed to the choice of officers, and to trans-
act other important business that may encern
them. T'ie Standing Committee are requestcsl to
m'et at 'cak at 6tie same place. 0"jar lembe'rs
of other Societies of Cincinnati, who may be in town
or the vicinity, are respectfully invited to dine.-
Diiiner at 2 o'clock.
eJ2'The printers (if )tie V'srcester Spy, and
PIo-leandArg)us, are requested to insert thie above
adVertisenret, ,and presenttheir bills to thie Treas.
uiel- -of the Society for payment. June 20

THE Proprietors oLlthe Jfeat Boston BJridgee
arc notified, that their Annual Meeting will
be held on TI'ESD Y, the third of July, at 11
o'clock. A. M, in the Hall of the Massachusetzs
Bank.,. sVM J. SPOONEIt, Prop. Cler-k.
June 20 -

B ESPECTFULLY. informs his ti-lens rand the
Spubeic, thalthe teaches Pensianship.Psalmudy,
Sacred Songs'aud Duetts,at Chaunicey-place,in the
ironim opposite the Vestry, Mondays and thurs-
days, froie ', o'clock till 6, P. M. As the place and
eiupleoyment se reloearkably pleasant, nothing shall
he wanting on tihe part of the instructor to make
the School profitable to those whlo favor Lim with
their attendance.-Terms reasonable. Inquire at
Mr. AlMSTRONG'S, No.50,Corr.hill. June 20
T HE subscriber informs his friends and ac-
quaintance, that lie .has for sale, at No. 4,
North-square, a variety of Gentlemei's CLOTH-
ING, adapted to the present season, some of whielh
are very elegant. He also purchases second lund
Clothes.-Waiting and Tending when required.-
HIe has likewise for sale, some of that elegant Egyp-
tir.n Blacking, which for beauty is not exceeded'by -
any now in use. JAMES BRUWN.
Boots and Shoes cleaned tas usual. June '20

V ILL perform THIS EVENING, at the
1 u T11ACO vi ,lusEUtrae, Treienut-street, on
lIs ineomplrable GLAsses. Admiittance 25 cLs.
-June 20


it ((<(- O F -4))>)ss

1GEntrance Xo. 16, Mlarket-st._F-g
SN compliance within a wisli very generally ex-,
pressed, this exiltiton will remain open until
wh:At it will -be positively closed. .
The even-ing ILLtaIoNATXO-os,continues to present
a rich and interesting effect. Admittance 25 cts -
Children half rice. June 13

The avew Picture,
I S open for public view-, at Mr. D. L. Br'ownv's
Sroonm. No. 1', Cornhlill-square, adjoining his
Academy, every day from.9 in the morning till 5
in the Evening. Admittance 25 cents.
may 26 epistf
W ANT'ED a CLERK, capable of keeping a
set of books by double entry in a Counting
House of extensive concerns, on Central-wharr.
Unquestionable r commendations will be required.
Apply at the Ceniitnel Counting Room. June 20
APEW in St. Paul's Church, No. 79, one f the
best Pews on the Broad Aisle. For further
particulars please inquire of ELIAKIM RICH-
ARDS, Naussau-street, CALEB PRATT, Whee-
ler's-point, or of the Sexton of theChurch.
June 20
A GENTEEL three story brihk D.elling
S House, sitti'ated in North Allen-street, con-
taining Parlor, Set!ing IRoom, Kitchen, and five
convenient Chambers, together with wood and
other out-houses, garden, ie. Please to call on
NATH'L P. HUNT, 33, Market-street, who
now eccpies the house. June 2t
A CONVENIENT and pleasantly situated
brick Dwelling-HoLse in Central-Gourt, suit-
able for a genteel fam.ly-p nssessoin n my be had
July 1st. Iiquire at the Ceitiiel Counting Room.i
June 20 Sspis
A SMALL light red new Milch Cow, with
mall horns, rope round her neck, 4 years
old. Whoever will return said Cow to the sub-
scriber, in Waslhington place, Fort-bill, shall be
suitably rewarded. C. WHITrNEY.
June 20

HE public are respectfully informed, that the
LiBthing Establislnment at the Canal or Cra-
gie's Bridge, is uos, open for the season.
Ladies' and gentlemen can be accommodate
withs cold or warm Baths, at their option, every
asy, at any hour from sunrise until eleven o'clock
in the eveering.
Female attendants are provided to wait upon
those ladies who may honor this establishment with
their patronage ; and ia private room is prepared,
and will be devoted to their accommodation, both
before and alter bathing. Several rooms, in addi-
tion to those of the last season, have been prepared
tir warm bathing. These rooms are entirely sep-
ar-ated feom the rest of the estaiblishmient, are ap-
propriated exclusively for tle use of Ladies, and
are entered by a diliBirent avenue f; cm thle others.
Ameng tllose of the floating batlth which are ap-
propriated to Ladies, several, si-ce the last season,
have been enlarged, so as to afdpr-I a dressing roomr
distinct from the bath.
The floating baths appropriated to Gentlemen,
afford an opportunity to those who cannot s'ime,
to indulge in the healthy adl pleasant recreation
sf the sea-water bath, .with perfect safctv, while
for ttlose who can, others are provided, in which
they can icdlulge in thlisdelghl ful exercise without
exposure. It is believed that no estabblishment of
a similar nature in the United States, affords equal
advantages with telas at the Casnal Bridge.
Tle puroprietor whale lie tenders h grateful ac-
knsowledgn,-ists hor tlie patronlage wh inh lic re-
ceived the last seasois, begs lesie to assure Isis

f'ieiiJs and. the public, that thle great expense lie
has incurred is erecting this establishment and the
implrovement lie has made upon it, is greatly dis-
proportionate to the emonlumencts he hias hitherto
derived from it. His whole time is necessarily de-
voted to this concern, and as he wili endeavor to
merit, hlie confidently reliesupon receiving a gene-
rous remuneration ironi a liberal public.
Price of a Wrarm Bath, 25 cents ; do. do. Cold
do. 12 ';do. Sawisif may '-6

Kentuckil Leaf Tobacco.
Il'S I')AY aL 12 o'clock,
.It JAo. 21, Central-wharf,
30 hhlds. long leaf Kentucky TOBIACCO. ,
THIS DAY ut 12 o'clock,
At the brick Store, opposite the Custom HIouse,
70o boxes brown SUGARS ; 16 do. white do.-
(Cosndii.'Es ;tI sale.
Genuine IVestfalia and Venison Hiamrs.
1'lllb DAY all 1 u'cl'ck,
.A,. U. KISYW.S'S It ,:'I;
500 genuine WVeslilhalia IAMS, just import-
ed, and put up, cacI t in a bag, Ifo tia:ily use and
long keeping.
.los-*ot0 Louislian dried Venison HAMS.

Brig JFashtiston's Cargo from Sicily.
T'iillS DAY at 11 o'cIeck,,
Or imorediately after Whitwell, Bond Co's sale
of Teas,
Opposite /Vo. 26, Central.-wha-',
72 pipes, 36 1 do. and 86f casks Woudhouse's
chest Sicily Mhladeira Wine ; 488 boxes lemons;
98 bnidles Floor Mats; 50 bags Walnuts; 20
do. Feathers ; 50 d.j. Ginger.

White St. Jago Sugar.
On FtIDAY next at II o'clock,
At J.Vo. 37, Central IInararf,
83 lioxes white St. Jago SUGAR, entitled to
On FRIDAY Vnext at 12 o'clock,
Opposite the Arch, NM. side Central-wharf,
Without reserve, or whom it may concern',
2 capital ANCHORS, each weighing about
0 10 lhs.

Welsh Slate.
'O-MORlti.W at 11 o'clock,
.m'o. 15, C'l "'/.'T LT-,-'T//.K,'l'T "
100 tons 20, 24 iand 27 inch impsrich SLATE ;
15 do. Queens du. 27 to 32 ineh; 537 do. dressed
tons, as ed at twelather end. Tie above are
sqiard and hlot led, ready for laying, and will be
sold in lits to suit purchasers.

Piece Goods.
On FRIDAY next at 9 o'clock,
Agreatvariiety of Seasonable PIECE GOODS,
'viz:-1 trunk Italian Sewing Silk ; 2 cases Gine-
hanms; 1 do. Muslins; 5 do. blue and fancy Prints ;
1 do. Furnitures ; 3 do. stwamn-loom Shirtings; 1
do. Dimcities ; 1 do. 4-4 Iris's Linens ; 1 de. 7-8
. o.. o. 1 hale bleached Drilling ; 1 case Brittain-
nia HIdkfs. ; I bale Baridanias ; 2 do. Parasols; 1
do. low priced blue Cloths ; 1 do. blue ad luhair-
back dn.; 12 cases Silk Umbi ellas, ko.
Also-an invoice dfr FRENCH GOODS, con-
sisting of Florence Silks; Levantines; Flirentlies;
Ribhons ; (Garniture do. ; wlhito Crapes ; imitation
Merino Shwrls,&k. -e..
On SATURDAY next at- o'clock,
n.o. 14, UC. A'AL-STBEPF.',
A prime lot of European, India and Aimerican
niranusftcturcd PIECE GOODS, on 4 months credit,
viz. :-I bale Cluth ; 2 do. Hareback Cassimeres ;
I do. do. Saltinets; I do. Russia Sheet.ings ; 5
cares Fancy,Prints; 2 do. 4-4 Linens ; I do. Ho-
siery ; I di,. Dutch Oil Cloths ; 1 do. Dimities ;
1 do. white and col'd Jans ; 2 do. Fancy Muslins ;
I do. figuredR(Rbes ; 1 do. Gopperplates; I do.
Napkins; 1 do. Shawls ; l do. superior Choppa
temais ; 2 do. Doimestc Goods ; I do. cold Sew-
ines : 1 do. French Sewing Silks; 1 do. bl-uak -
Fl .ie.!l,, ,.- ; I do. white. and tabny figured Cra-
vats-, I do. elegant Garniture Ribborns, i.c.
,. ...At Privatei Sale...
S50 pair first quality Wellington Boots; 1000
reais Wrapping Paper ; 2 eases Chlppa Ronae'ls ;
2 do. blue and black Italian Sewing Silk ; 1 Io.
French Crapes; 150 sides Sole Leather ; 100 oblss.
No. 3 Mackerl; I light Pleasure Wagon.
Also. 2 bales Russia Sheetings.

TO-MORROW at 9 o'clock,
.'No. 5, KIL,Bi'-STI EE'I,
An assortment of BOOKS, among them, Frank-
lin's Works, 6 vols.; Edwea.d's History of West
Indies and Atlas, 5 v. ; Walker's Dictionary, 8\o
Spectator, 12 vols.; Iarloi\'s' Columbiad, 4to,
elegant; Smith's Wealtn of Nations, 2 v. ; Historv
of Mexico, 3 v. plates; Ti umbull's Works, 2v. ;
Federalist ; Life of Patrick Heury ; Young's
Works, 3 v. ; tHume, Smollett and Bissett's Ecng-
land, 8 v.; elegant Qnarto ili-le ; Pocket Bibles,
bound in moriocco ; Milton's Works, 2 v. ; Paley's
Works, 5 v.; Ancient Charters; Hamilton's Works,
3 v. ; Willialmson's North Carolina, 2 v.; Polyan-
dios, 4. v. ; Kett's Elements, 2 v- ; MolinEh a's Cliili,
2 v. ; Kaime's Elements, 2 v. ; Scott's Faniily Bi-
ble, 5 v. 4to; Thonmpsoo's 'Translation of thee Bi-
ble, 4 v.d; ~ iuvres de Mably, 15 v. ; Nouveaui
Testament, '2 v.; Gri.tan's Speeches; Vie-ws of
Louisiana ; Ewing's Naturial Philosopliy ; Harris'
Htermes ; Ado s' Roman Antiquities ; P'ikent tn's
Geography, Maps, 4to ; i Hadmaid to thle Arts, 2
v.; Andrews'History f ithe WXar, 4 v.; Artist's
Compeanioen and Manulacturer's Guide; IPain's
British Paltladio, fclio; Pain's Builder's PtckUt
Treasure, 4to ; Lady rMontague's WVrks, 5 v.t ;
Cavalry Tactics, e.m
At 12 o'clock-The following C pperplates,
viz:-Battle of Blinker Hill ; Franklin ; Adarus;
Wallis'Game roundthe l Wrn'll ; Mlther hlubbard;
Copy Slips; Four Seasons; -'reemason's Heart;
Fox Chaee, e. c. te.
A Catalogue will be published this day.

On SATURDAY nnextit 9 o'clock,
AS A lO s...,
A general assortment of FURN'ITURE, con-
sisting of set of iganlloiyy Dinge Tables ; Card
anLd Pembroke do. ; Bureaus ; Sideboards ; Seec-
retary ; large Book Case ; Wash ane l i.oight tetanus ;
Sofas; iancy ands common Chairs ; brass Fire Sets
and Fenders; Brusselis, Kitdderniust-r t.nd WVii-
to1n Carptts ; Hearth Rugs ; live Geese Feaethcr
Beds ; attresses ; an elegant patent Tinmepiece ;
plain do.; 1 excellent 8 day-Clock ; mahogany
high post and field Bedsteads ; India Dininrg -:et of
Chlna ; cut gilas t Deanters ; 'ies and Tum-
blers ; Looking Gla-ses; Liquor Cases ; Waicrs ;
Kitchen Furniture, kec.
At 12 o'clock-? fell. Paintings- ; 1 Piano Forte;
a Ladies Side Saddle ; 2 new plated Llaise Hlar-
.. At Private Sale...
An elegant Dioter Set of Nanki:i Stone China ;
I very large anisogany Counting R mg c Desk.

Valuable Sales of United States Stock.
Pursumnt to a Resolve of thie C milnionwc'ea!I iof
Massahusesasschsts passed oin the I l h day nof Juilm,
1821, thie Trenasurer of the said! Coroninewtqaiath
Sill caiUse to be sofferedil for tile at Alction, at t
Merchants' Hall. In Boslon, nt 12 o'clock,- i. on
WEDNESIJA', the 27th day of Imnet inst.
A ei tilleate of U. S. 6 per cent. dcr'rrc
Stock, so called, the nriginsl aoe unt of ;which
was four hundred and sixteen thousand, t%\i; huu-
hred and sixtly-seven-dollairs,and tlei real [ariV'tmiul
of which will be ninety-six thousand, and ni71ety-
three dollars and .nintety-seeen cents, (u tInei 1st
Jnll next, alter 0 aynicllt nn anccunt of Ihe salne
shail lthlen b receive-d ; pro-ide-ild tn- sam,: shslh1
not lie disposed oe at ra less rat.' than one hun-
dred and two lolhars teeor every hundred dni lars of
thie real par value of ,eid Stouk. T'he fid Certifi-
cate of deferred Stock entire, to be assigned, and
paid filo on tiie secnes ulaVn' of July next.
,-'Those Priee s who pulishl the lai.s of the
Commonwealth, are requested to insert this 'dcver-
tiiemeit in thsir reespecf:e a f.A}tei,'.c .

sitge Gentlunien, who can be furnished with board
in the lFamily. Inq.irc at tho GCentinel Counting;
Room. epistf June 16

V ANTCED to lure, a HOUSE, situated in
or neear Cornhill or Tremont-street. In-
quire at the Centindl Counting Room, istf J 13

'I'HIS DAY at past 12o'olock,
Or. immediately after the sale of Sugars, opposite
the Custom- louse,
20 boxes ve'ry prime bt own HIavana SUGARS.
Att Irtvate Sale-A lot of Calf Skins and Upr-
per Leather ; American Brandy ; rectified and
new Rum.
THIS DAY at 1befbre 10 o'clock,
.::,. Opposite.NVo. 13, (entralwharf,
83 hhds. Trinidad (Cuba) MOLASSES; 15I
casks Claret 'AINE.

Sweet Marseilles Oil.
THIS DAY at it o'clock,
..vao. 8, XILBY-S'.ITlEE.',
100 boxes Marseilles OIL.

Piece Goods.
TO-MORROW at 10 o'clock,
The following PIECE GOODS, jusl t .v-:-,
viz:--I case fine Linen Camnibrics ; I do 61
Camb Hic flkfs. ; I do. black Taff'eas and
bonds, 2 d.. super, black French rapes ; I do.
Oossack Swiripes ; 2 do. figured Hdkfs. ; 1 do. cord.
Muslins, very fine ; 1 do. Washineton Cords ;
do. elegant Marseilles Counterpanes ; I do. imita-
tion Sheeting; I do. elegant figured Silks ; I do.
1i-4 black Bombazines ; 1 do. kiinen Sitectings ; I
dto. 4-4 Linens; 4 do. undressed Prints and Mus-
lins ; Pocket Hdkfs. ; Ginglams, &c.
Also-I-- case elegant Robes, containing 6-4 Har-
ness Seed imitation Loom ; figured Spots; fine
eirl'e-sewed Laced ; Harness and Laced, e. ; I
case British steam-loom Shirtings.
Also, at it o'clock-4 casessuper. white Platillas.

Splendid Pier Glasses.
On TURSDAY next at 11 o'clock,
4 elegant PIER GLASSES, in very rich frames,
carved ornimenista, measuring seven feet high anrd.
three feet broad, superior plates. 'They can be-
seen on Monday.
At, Private Sale-4A few pieces first quality
West oflnghalnd Cloths,blves and back ; 29l qual-
ity do; Glue. black and drab super West'of Eng-'
hlad Cassimeres, an(d double milled.

Looking Glasses.
Oh TUESDAY, 2fthirst. 1U o'clock
100 large size elegant Looking Glasses, English
diarmiond cut plates ; 25 superb Chiiiney Glasses,
all sizes ; 150 LLoking Glasses, of assorted sizes
aiid patterns, English plates ; 50 mahogany fratned
Toilet Qlasses. They will be sold for the moos
they will bring.
Superior Holland (Weesp) Gin.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
Opposite No. 356, Central.wharf,
20 pipes Weesp GIN.

Canton Packet's Cargo.
Ti'lS DAY at 10 o'clock,
Ait WHN'ITWELL, BOND & Cox's Office,
No. 2, K .2Jl'-STR'JR T'.1,
Will be offered,
The TEAS impo: ted in ship Canton Packet,
consisting of Hyson, Young lyson', HIyscin Skin,
aind Souchorg Tes, all ft'esh and of fine qu.lity.
Also-10 bales Alabama Cotton ; 10 kegs manu-
factured Tobacco.
At Jri'ate -Sale-6 blils. Castor Oil; I'do. Co-
lumbo Root. lWanted, Exchange on New-York.

On TUESDAY next at 9 o'clock;
An assortment of Seasonable PIECE GOODS.
rO-MORIROty at 11 ei"'lock,"
Opposite dVo. 33, Central-Lharjf,
Landing from brig Miles.Standish,
30 pipes Valencia BRANDY, oil proof; 40 f
pipes do. red WINE; 40 + casks do. do.; 21
sacks soft shelled ALMONDS. Terms at sale.

Land for Sale.
At Public Aueion in Boston, on WEDNESDAY
27lth June next, at 12 o'clock, at the office of
W1HIT\VELL, BOND & Co.xiill be sold
The following lots of LAND in Sheffisd, Cala-
doinia county, Vernmont, each containing 140 acres
more or less: Nos. 24 ; 51; 71; 73 ; 93; 1 ;
113; 114; 125 and 135. Also, one undivided
half part of Lots numbered 5 ; 4.1; 67; 91 ; 96;
130 ; i33 and 136-each containing about the same
quantity. The tos n of Sheffield contains about
80 families, itsd is next to the very flourishing
town uf Wheelock. It is about twenty miles from.
Connecticut river, and is subject to a road tax of 3
cents an acre, lately laid on by the Legislature of
the state.
At she same time and place will be sold, the
right: to 800 acres of Land in Township No. 15,
Washington county, Maine. About one quarter
oef the land in this town has been sold to actual
settlers. The purchasers will receive quit claim
deeds, and sill have a credit ot'90 days, on firnish-
ihg Notes withl endorsers, approved by the sellers.
For information, inquiry .nay ne made ofCHAllLEt
CuRl'r.s, No. 9., Cosunc-street, Boston. ts.
Fur Seal Skins.
.Will be sold at Public Aucion, at Stonington, Con.
on C'HURSI)AY, 21st inst.
'lie Cargo of brig Emeline, from New Shet-
Innd, consisti.ig of about lo.000 prime salted Fur
SEAL SKINS, in good order.
The said brig EMELINE. as she
arrived from sea, coppered and copper
fastened, of one hundred and nine tons
burthen. Terms atsale.
Stoninglton, June 9, 1821.
I'ThIS DAY at 9 and 3 o'clock,
At DLVID FotsAxrrn's Office,
.\'o. 4, (OjA UsIESS-STtJ' I,2T,
A large and valal able assortment of House FUR.
NITURE. siz.-4 Bureaus ; 4 ladies Work Stanils;
6 Light Stands ; 6 P'ortahble Writings Desks ;
Hook Raeks ; 6 Secretaries ; D oiing, Card, and
conmo;i Tables ; Hair ClotIs anil common Sotls ;
14 Feather lBeds ; all kids iedse'dls ; Fancy aad
coeolUiO Choirs ; Lnokiiig Glasses ; fine Einitry
Lamps; elegant Timne Piects ; elegant Guns t
Portable \\Vriing Desks ; 1 elegant Grecian Ta-
ble; lair al M'osl, .lM.trasses ; Crockery, China
and KIitchen Furniture, &c. se.

Sale of Grass at auctionn.
Will be sold at Public Anction, in lots of two to .
five acres,
All the stalling (;IASS, both upland and
marsh, on that pat t of the DIudley Farm, la) iag
upon the Mill Dam road, in loxburv, at a credit
of 4 ii-ilths, tor appriv'dil endorse nliote. Sale
on the Ir:rnisaes, at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon of
MONDA Y, "id July next. Applicatio:: may be
imadle to the owners on the day of salie ior contracts
to make the lilay on such lol, as may not be
sold. epts

OUR or six Geetlemen "an be accommodated
with boaod on moderate terms, in a tmodlern
built honse adjacent lo State-street. Also, a third
parlor, hands ie-ly furnished, on the first floor,
very c'nv init for a Gentleman ansti wile or two

From the London Courier.

Forget mie not forget me not."
CAN I forget thee, vision of diligh; ?
'I ho' lading quickly firo my ralt'rous gaze,'
Like thobr rich orient tint which heav'r displays
When tl e proud sun, with all a giant's might
Cbasinlg the gloony darkness of the night,
first upward bringing, *darts his golden rays,
Ere he peui s down h ipstlendior o'er the days
Of early Spring. So beauteous and so bright
Was tby appearance, that long )ears of pain
Could not an instant fiaminm mind efface'
The impression thou hast left.-Oh once m6re deign
To bless me with thy presence, swho, in vain,
Seek with a longing eye the path to trace,
Which may conduct me to thy resting place.

PORT OF BOS7'OfN--181.
SATURiDAr. Jtaice -Ar. ,chs. tlamil in, Thorn a, St.
iticlharl,47 ; Bostln,MceFar|aril,Easrport ; loops Jrferson,
Titcoemb. Eastponi ; Lydia, Towvne,Salem ; Betsey, Pierce,
Eantlort. 8. At agrn. b:ig Leo,. Gren, Matfinzas, 18 days.
Cleared- Scihs. Zealo:s, Sntindeis, Havana; Cherutb,
Bishop. doi.; Hazrd, Smith, Curraea s nid a make h;
Gen Greene, Rears. Halifax ; Margaret. Bradford, East.
port; Vointt. Colby, do.; Recover, DeerinL New Y,-k ;
BEnj. Franklin. Foster, Phiiad lph'.a ; R- i.i .i .- Luce,
do.; sloops Mtehan ic. Haller, N-w York; Pli., i, Bulk-
ley. do; Maine, Ihowell Portland; Science, Lovell, N.
SUNnA June 17-Arrived, brigs Decatur. McKenzie,
New Orleans, 21 ; Miles Standtiih, Carver, Va'encia, 70 ;
Joseph, Rich. Mobile via New York ; wehs. Washington, El.
lis,P.ilerno, 91; Reaper, Percival, Baltimore, 10 ; General
Maeomb, Hallet, BM'imore,12; Hope &, Esther. laker,
MtirfreeshorouEgh. 9; Travelit.r. D.IVrt, Plymouth. N.C. 9.
Mary, C'-owell,You k River,Virt. o10; Union, Fuller,Ch'rles.
tan, 9 ; Volint, eattiee, ath ; Boston, Wnood do. ; sloops
Roebuck Crandlall, 1'rovidence ; William. Fernald, Ports-
mouth ; Polly Cooper, Plyiiouth; Votary, Stockman,
portland ; Messenger. Colburn, ir-ilowell.
Came vpfro'n qua' brig Painfox, from Havana.
MON1DAYr. JuIne 18.-Arrived, brig Soome s, Smith, St.
Marks, 30 dty, ; chs. Alexander. Lewis. Batimore, 13;
Mary, Nitckerson, H.Pi i, 7.
Also brig ie spatel. UUann, 39 days from Palermo.
Cleared-Brig1 Hercules, Goodall, Si. John, N. B. ; schs.
Aurira, 1 liachlir, St. Thomas and a market; St. Miclhael
Siromom,,Leghorin ; sloop Fairplay, I'ipp, Charleston.
7ESS 1.S I.ElT.
At Matanzas, alst till. brig Mechanic. Pirrington, Port-
land, 10 days; Diligence, Jiotes.d 20; Sal & Hope, Blian,
di&c. ; seh. Mi!o, rushing. Bostoni, 10 ; and tile Traveller
and Onslo, reportedinourlait.
At Le rhori, April 7. brigs Golden Grove, Thomas, of
Duxlury; for Boston liu7 or 8 days; Oracle, Free.nan, oP'
Boston, tor Sicily or 6 days.
AtGibralar, May 8, stip Jane, of Boston ; sells. Roseway,
)ill, and Albatross, of Plymouth.
TEsslsa SroK st .
June 12. South hoal, N. e. .0o leag. slch. Seneca, 6,
dfiv front Portlant for Alexandria.
da. 21 lar. 3.i,N.lon.334, 'W. ship George & MI:tha
eyne'olds, '8 di, s front New Bedford, on a whaling voyage,
wit'h 20 bbls. oil.
June 14, 'at. 42 40,lon. 669, brig Boston,2 days from Bos
tel to r Fayl.
In la. 46, hbrig Planter, 12 days from New Iedforldon a
wIhaling voyage.
Tune 10, lat. 421, Ion. 63, bliig Caravan, from Boston for
Rotterda ni.
May 14. Int. 38, 27, Ion. 31, brig Planter, 26 days from
Boston for Fayal.
June 12, lat. 42. Ion. 66, sch. Quero, 3 days lience for M.
lagd; and seh. Mary Ann. hence for Leglh;tsrn, 54 hours out.
April 26, Cape Spartal, S. W. 4 leag. brig Mexico, 30 days
from lBoston for Trieste.
April 21, Cape de Gatte,E. )sy N. 30 miles, biig Angusta,
Lee. of Salem. 48 days from St. Thomas for 7.eghorn.
April 25, Gibraltarx;. E. 10 miles, brig Charles & Ellen,
Blaekler,31 ilys from Boston for Smyrna.

For Sale, Round Rill.
N approaching the town of Nor.hampiton, Mass.
either from the East dir South, there is present-
ed tovie'w, al elegant circular piece of ground of
about 50 acres, called RoundRound Hill, rising graally
i-rom the Village to'the eL'ght of 200 feet, remark-
able for the extraordinary beauty of its natural
scenery, the top covered with a fine forest, the sides
diversified with Shrubs aind Fruit Trees, Gardens
and Lawins, Tillage and Pasture Lands.
On.the southeast aide, facing tie village, and pro-
tected bly tse fbo t from tie cold w-i o win iters
are three large ar tnommoildioaus Dwilling Houses,
ofe of stone, one of brick and one of wood, with all
the conveniences of Carriage Houses, Wood Hou-
ses, Barns, Sheds, ke. The houses and the hill
are seen on thie eastern mountains beyond ltie great
plain through which Connecticut river winds its
course. People of taste fronr all parts of this coun-
try as well as Europe, passing through the town,
have uniformly expressed in the strongest terms
their delight at the natural beauty of Round Hill.
Viewing the landscape fr-om the hill, the pictur-
esque and eichantingseene of thie surrounding coun-
try (it is believed) cannot be surpassed in New-
England. Situated neat- the centre of:a rich a.nd
flourishinit village, and that, the shire town of a
highly cultivated and populous county, commanding
a distinct and perfect view of the village, of the exx-
tended and fertile valley bordering on Connecticut
river, cehequered with its thousand plats -if groui,d
and the luxuriance of its vegetation, of the rude
mountain of Holyoke on the other side of the val-
ley, .rising from the bed of tile river to the height
ora thousand feet, giving bounds to the prospect in
that quarter, and making every object in the val-
ley (for three thiles) appear as it viewed through
a spy glass.
Of the grand river Connecticut, norsuing its
windtling course through tile town and formingthiree
great Peninsulas, exceedingly fertilized by the
annual overflowing of the river.
Oft the handsome villages of iadley, Hatfield
and Amherst, lying near the river, besides many
towns at a distance, containing a great population
of intelligent, industrious and moral people, tall
combine to render the situation of Round lHill the
mot desirable ofany in this country.
'This property has not been intended for sale
since the improvements have been made upon it,
nioi would it now be sold. but for the recent death
of my two brothers who have heretolbce occupied
two of the three houses.
It ought to be owned, as it always has been, by
one family, or by those as friendly to each other as
brothers, so that they may etjoy in commo:I,
the benefit of riding and walking through the wood
lai.ds. With that view,the entire and undivided
property is now offered for sale. If not sold this
year, a part of it after that time falls into tihe
hai.ds of minor children, and the opportunity of
purchasing the whale will then be lost. -
Gentlemen who want a country residence can
herebe accomodated with convenience and elegance
of situation, with the most delicious and greatest
I variety of Fruit that the country affords, all raised
to their hands by fifteen years of assiduous labour
and industry, besides the expenditure, of much
maoi :ey w which will never be refunded by PJe sale of
the property.
It is at a distance of 90 miles from Boston, and 70
from Alb'Imny, flrom whence stages arrive daily, and
in a d.i anti a half from New York, 150 miles.
Fi'r fr'ther particulars and term' of sale, infor-
mation will be given by the Messrs IDWIGHTS,
Mirclhants, Boston, Mr. JOHN SHIEPHE.D,
Merclhait, New York, or by the subscriber living
on the premises. :THOMAS SHBPliERD.
siorthampton,.lfMass. May 25, 1821. 2is4os

Federal-street. Boarding House,
[oprosrr:: Mi. CIANNIN'S ME:,rTISo OUSE .]
., R. MCRPHIY respectfully solisits the pat-
Sronage of the public anti stranger= visiting
Boston ; hlie has every convenience tfor the accomma
dailon of steady boer-iers, also fbr transi cut o
upon reasonable terms. A Iamily might be sep-
rate froi his other boarders, having i handsome
suit of rooms that hie could dispose ofl-thie apart-
mets ar commodious iind lseatlloy. It has long
been an eslablished boarding house. liut a few nin-
utes walk i'oni tie centre of business.
many 23 coptf

UST rir,-ived by SUMNER &t "MEtlI.,XM,
U No. 3fi, Corniil, 4 caseS 4.4 Irish L1NE NS
- very fine, which they ofler for sale very low.
June 4lsp


T'HE Brick avers and others concerned in build-
ing, are respectfully informed, that the sub-
scriber has commenced the above business in Cam-
britige street, where hie will supply those who
will favour hit with their .estoni at the lowest
N. R. Also, Grave Stones ol ifl kinds.
tf march 7

'For St. Petersburg-Russia.
The brig MARINER, Mlichael Whit-
ney, master, having a considerable part
of her cargo engaged, will sail with all
convenient desp;atch. For remaint.ler of
freight, apply t" the Captain on board,
at Foster's whirf, or to E. LOCK, Nr. 5, Con-
gress-square. 6w .hJne 6

For .Norfolk and Petersburg,
TlIe ?-ieket sch. ANN ROSINA,
rloThomas Manchester, master, will sail
oil Saturday next. For freight or pas-
sag, sapplv'to R. 1). TUCKER t& CO.
or the master on board, opposite No.
32, Indi t.str'cet. June 6,

Now landing from sceh'r Helen,
SA BItLS. Howarld-streetfine, andl 60bhis.
Howard-street superfine FLOUR-for
sale by ISA AC HALL, No. 15, Central-whirf.
.TuIe f6
OW landing,. and for sale by PARKER &
STEVENS, No. 2i, Central-wharf-'5
htils. St. Croix RUM. June 6
Kentucky and Virginia Leaf Tobacco.

Xo. 21, CE.f RJIM-WlldHAR F,
18 linds. prime long Leaf Kentucky TOBACCO,
26 do. do. heavy Ja's River, do. suitable tbor
matiuf'aturers. June 6

Sicily XMadeira Wine and Barrilla.
T .Vo. 8, VDW)I- JYlJtRF,
50 hatlo } OLD SICILY
200 qr. casks, andi MADEIRAI f I E,
120 halfqr. casks
and 32 tons ,AiILLA, of superior quality-the
caigo ofh rig Franklin, just s rived I-on Palermo-
June 6 --

rmWO hundred ;ibls. new No. 3 MACKEREL,
L for sale oy ORPHEUS HOLIMS, No. 5,
Fish-street. June 6

Shoe Thread, Seine Twine, etc.
1-OHN HOUS l'ON, No.'i9, Central-whsrf, of-
S fears flit sale-Shoe TIhread, in bales, assorted ;
1 6, 18 and '4 I). lBuilportSeineTwinc ; do. Rope-
ing Twine ; Coil and Mackerel Lines, assorted ;
2 and 3 thlirau Bludport Sewing Twine ; cases of
Buttons, assorted ; London 'frausparent Soap ;
New-Castle Grindstones, suitaable flo ilanulactu-
ries, some very large ; a fell, of Slaiter's Patent
Kitchens; a celebrated Cooking Apparatus. J 6.
Patent Leand Pipe Mianufactory.
"I ENJ. DARLING, No. 61, Broad-street,
ir informs the public, that he will contract to
furnish any quantity of patent Lead Pipe, for aque-
ducts, or conveyance of water other wise, at the
following reduced prices, and have the same laid
after the trenches are dug:-
I)iameter-\l inch per rod, gi 50-1 inch don.
do. 3-j inch do. do. '2-! inch do. do. b1 50.
It is presumed these, prices are so low that it will
make it an objec, to -iny one who has water to con-
vey, to have it done withdljad, as the cheapest ma-
terial that can be found, and certainly the most dtu-
rable. Window Glass of various sizes, with a gen-
eral assortment of Paiats, as usual. June 6

IVE thousand bushels Maryland white Corn,
4000 rio. North River yellow do.
1500 dto. Penisylvania do10. do.
1500 do. Rye; 1800 tdo. Oats and Shorts-for
sale by RIt. L. MUNROE, 39, Long-wliarf.
may 30 4w

Neew fMusic, Gutlery, '-c. ,
43S:. reaeoveal .andftor-ttlcat-S -H.-PARKF.R'.,.
o No. 12, Cornhill, a variety of new a;otlfissdoi-
able Songs and other Music.
LUJTLERY-Rogers' best patent Penknives,
well assorted.
Razors and Scissors of the best manufacture.
0yTI'he usual articles in the Stationary line for
sale as above. ep3wlilo may 26
OHN W. LAS\GDON, No. 33, India-street,.
has tor sale-50 casks superior quality Russia
yellow Candle TALLOW. epntlm may 2
Abor 17, IW7VDIA-11HARF,
T AS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
[Eniglish IRON, flat, square, and round; with
ILS,'RODS, HOOPS, and PLATES ofevery
description ano size-real (L) blistered STEEL.
.l/se, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 eptf
AT REDUCEI) PIICES, at the i oston Glass
Aj Mfan.ufactoCry Ware-Hloase, 76, Cornlhill.
Also-Apotheearies', Chemical, Plain anc Cut
Orders directed to P. & C. 76,Cornhill, will re-
ceive careful attention, tf sept 6
[OR sale, by GUILD & CLAPP, Front-
street, frola 15 to 1600 RAILS. ALso, a
quantity oismall SPARS. 2sp 6t may 2


ScissorK Inves, Penknives, and Ra-
I WV. GOODRICH Stationer, No. 76, State st.
Shas just received, imer ier td.l fron Liverpool,
a choice assortment of superfine CUTLERY,
viz :--
k Scissor Knives 2 blades, Silver sheaths ; Pen-
knives, made of double refined steel, warranted
RJIZOR2S. John Iarber's old English Razors,
in cases, Ivory and tione handles, superior quality,
warranted good, or thlie money will b, returned.
Ink and Sand Glasses, plated tops ; Eionty Sand
Boxes ; Silver and Plated Pencil hases ; Ciaike's
Permanentink, for writing on linen, with a pen ;
Shaving Brushes Britannia mettle shavir.g Boxes;
Ivory rules-anid conip'etc assortment of Station-
ai'. andt fancy Goads. The above will be sold low
for casn.
Also-150 reams superfine Lelter Paper; 50
do. Caup' hpt Prest, superior quality. ep4w
may 19

GILSON, wno left Boston, about tree weeks
since fur Salemr but hias not been seen or hstard
from since. Any person who cas give intfotra-
tion respecting the said GIlso'ar, will eonir a a-
vor on his r-iends by leaving thie same at thie Cen-
tinel Counting Room. June 13
THE corporation of this city will give from this
day to the first day ot May, 1822, two dollars
and fifty cents per ton for good ruund paving stones,
ant 75 cents per ton for paving sand, and receive
thle sam, from the decks of the vessels imtortinu

the samt lnto this port. They willalso give 12 1I-
cents pet running foot for 20,000 feet of curb, andt
10,000 fret. of gutter stones. The curb stones
must be not less than 3 feet long, 12 inches Tuep
and 4 inches thick ; gtlter stones not less than two
feet long, .U inches aide. ald 3 inches thick.
J. ROFFIGNaC, .1ayor.
J]Ve-w.or(eans, .Ypril, 1821. ep6nm

Copartnership Dissolved.
IiHE Connection in the Distilling Business,
which existed between the subscribers, was
dissolved the Ist of May last, by mutual consent.

Cotiinues the business at the o'd stand, Distil-
hl)i]ise-siquareandi keeps constarnnt!v ltor sale itUM,
commonu and high proof) Colorinng anli Shooks.
JInn 13

IWETT'& HA MNIMOND,Yo. 8 Cenrtral-street,
S have for sale a few bales of chlecke-i and blue
striped Seersuckers, entitled to debenttre.
Jnne '3

ANo. 6, CELN '?.L- IVII.ARP,
OFFER for sale, landing from, sloop Geo. Wash-
ington, 2000 galls. Whale Oil; 140 boxes
Sperm. Candies.
From sch ooner Freedom,
750 galls. Whale, and S30t do. Sperm. OIL.
30casks Winter Oil, for lamps; 100 do, Sum-
mpr do. dto. ; 425 hbills. Alexandria superfine Floutr;
100 pieces Ri:vens Duck, ship antd bear marks ; 20
bolts Russia Duck ; 100 boxes Sperm. Candles.
June IS in

\DW MRD PAGE, No. 80, Middle-street,
co rnter of Mill Pond-'-treet, lhas received per
ship Canton, i supply of Edge and CGC Plates,
Twi flCrs alid Muflins ; CC Chambers, Jtgs, Mugs,
mee. kc. which witl his former Stock, comprises a
general assortment of Crockery, Glass and China
Ware, and will be sold on the most reasonable
terms, for cash or approved credit. June 13
OH1N PRATT k SON, No. 19, India-wharf,
im have finor sale, 20 tons. freshly Caimpeachy Log-
wood, superior quality June 13

Prime old London particular Mad mira Wine, in
pipes, hhats. anld quarter casks,
Barildglport Shoe Tshread assorted in bales,
do, 16, IiS, 22 and 24 lb. Scine Twine, do.
do. 2 and 3 Thread being Twine, do.
Buttons in cases assorted,
15 and 18 thread Cod Lites,
8 score Hterring Nets,
New Castle Grindstones suitable for Manufacto-
ries-somn very large.
Four of Slater's Steam Kitchens, suitable for
private families, hotels, Sc. superior to any other
apparatus For all kinds of cooking :-Boiling
roasting, baking, stewing anl broiling are all done
by one fire.-It hlias een calculatei by tiose isho
.have used them to clear the first tost in from I to
2 year;-many are in use here, and are much
liked. June'13

For China, Earthen Ware, Gldss and
RANCIS WILBY, begs leave to inform hisl
Fr:cnds and the Public, that he has opened a
Shop, No. 5, Marlboro' Row, under the direction
of NMr. CIIAtLES BAl RTi fbr'tlle sale of CHINA
AND EARTHEN WARE, from the Manufactory
of Messrs. John k William Ridgway.
'The Goods from this house stand high in point
of quality., an are got up in the best taste; their
paintings mtd engravings are admirably executeds,
and their models classical,
F. W. has just received, an extensive assortment
of blue printed, Stone China, Enamelled, 'and Gold
Burnishedl Dining, Dessert, and Tea and Coffee
Services; Chiunicy.atid ToileLOrnaments; Vases;
Ink Stands; Scent andl Flower Jars, and Flowdr
Pots, and every description of Ridgway's superior
Earthen Ware.
Patterns of Dining, Deserts and Tea Services,
costing from ten to three hundred guineas, from
which sets, or'parts of seas to suit purchasers, can be
ordered, are now opening. China and Glass will be
ordered to any pattern that may be wanted.
A good assortment of plain and euit GlassWare,
and tli best of Sheffield Cutlery will be kept.
It is intended that the prices shall be uniform,
and without abatement, so that families may send
with confidence of being served on the best terms.-
Should any article prove defective, or of inferior
quality, it will be exchanged.
Assorted crates for country trade, for cash or un-
doubted paper only.
F. Wilby has now opening, Ivory, Buck and
Bone handle Knives and Forks ; Dessert Knives;
Carvers and. Steel ; an extensive variety of Pen-
knives and Scissors ; Tutaia 'I1 ea Pots, and Coffee
Biggins ; I ea and Table Spoons; Japanned Tea,
Bread, Knife and Clecese Trays, and Brushes of
every description, with a large assortment ol Cream
Colored, Blue Printed and' Glass Wares. .liso,
best silver-cJled Needles. June 13

BUMSTEAD it SON, No. 68, Cornhlill, have
B just imported in Ithe Galaxy, fi-om Hav.ie--
27 erases Frenelh Paper Hangings, selected from
the first Paris Manufactories. This addition ren-
tiers their stock municommonly extensive and vahl-
able, and such As is i ately founil.-Elegant Satin
Papers, with rich border's ; P lains,.vvarios colors
and shades Gold and Silvered Borders ; Cloth do ;
a few sets of" Rideaut a Bayaidre,"a new and most
splendid Paper for drawing rooms ; sets of Views
ofdistinguished places in Europe, Asia, and Amer-
ica; elegant Chimney Board Pieces, & &c.
J. B. k S. ha -: ...- assortment of American
PAPER HAN(.I1\t.- from their Manufactohy.
TJie colors warranted no be equal in durability to
the French.
'j Country Merchants and Dclers supplied oni
favorable terms, if april 18

W M. GARDINER has for sale, at Iis gen-
uine Beer Brewery, Castle-sirect, anti
Ce! ar, No. 51. State-street, Draught Porter and
Ale for immediate use, or exportation.
.'so,in half barrelsl, for family use, line ALE
which he c.n recommend tu be superior to any that
he lias ever offered for sale. Orders for I Iable Beer
left at his Cellar, No. 5 l,State-street, will beo piunc-
tually attended to.
Grains may be Ilad.nt his Brewery every Tues-
day and Friday afternoons, and Yeast as usual
Fel 6m
N'o. 0, OLD STilTE IhOUSE,
iTAS received by tIe Hlerald, a goodtl assortment
ol Boy's Londlon drab and green Hats; do.
C(hihhen's fiaey Snilney's trimmed with Plumes.
Likewise, Just received a supply of Gentlement's
Beaver Hats, l:ght for summer wear; tdo. Bearnver
and low priced drab Hats.
Gentlemen's i,.itation Beaver Hats, atnd a conm-.
picte assortment of Men and Chiliren's hats of
every description for sale at thIe lowest cashI prices
2awlm may 19


IT f A'oo. 30, IIROVA -STREI'.T'
- IAS for sile. bleachedl anl brown Shirtings
rho. Shcetings, Gin nthams. Checks and Stripes ;.
Tickings ; Cotton Warp,fmrtom No." a 18m Satli.
nnt Varp, of Ist aatd '2 quality, from No. 16 a
21 ; Sewing Cottons; Satl inets; Broadcloths and
Cassimteres. epoh april 1 t

Blue Choppas, and superior Black

.A'ankin Crapes.
EWIS C. MANSON, 49 Lornhill, has for
sale a few pieces blue silk Flagg Hdkts. ; su-
perior black Nankin Crapes, American dve ;
Canton do. ; a few pieces broad black B,rnmba.
zeens ; Olack Linen ; black silk Gloves, and black
silk Hose, ladies' and gentlemen's ; black Broadl
Cloths ; do. Casimere ; do. silk Vesting, French
and india; together with a general assortment of
Staple :md Fancy Goods, just received from Auc-
,iou, which vill be sold alleduced prices for cash.
Juue 15


]TT"" J'o. 29, M.1ARKiET-S'TR ET,
2 cases of Crape Shawls, containing a large as-
sortment of co'.ors ; 2 do. 20 yds. Nankin Crapes,
imported in sthe Gov. Endicott, of superior quali-
ty ; I case 20 do. Figured Nankin Crapes, ec.
June 13

X-ENRY UTTER k CO. have received paper
fl Cadmus, 12 cases Frepch Manufactures
which they offer for sale. GCv June 13

CASE Flag Silk Hidkls.; 1 do. 4-4 Irish Lin-
ens ; I do. 5-4 Sheetings ; I box Thread
Laces; just received, and for sale low, at No. 61,
Cornhill, by JAMES RUSSELL.
June 13

I PIPES LISBON WINE, for sale by BA-
1 KER & HODGES, No. 30, In|ia-street.
mtay 13
A 0o.136, BRO.AD-STREET.
A~ E received by the Cadmus. via New-York,
variety of FRFNCH GOODS, viz:-
Merino Siawls, Hdkfs. and half do.
Imitation Shawls and IIdkfs.
Silk and Kid Gloves,
Black and white Silk lose,
Florenc-es; Levantines ; and rich faney Silks,
Linen Canrbn ics, and Hdkfs.
Crapes; Ribbons, &c June 13

CASI IMERE SHAVL, S600; I do. do.
475; 2 do. do 250 ; I do do. 150, 65, and 50;
with aFt additional supplI of Merino Long Shhawls ;
do. 8.4, 7-4, 6&4, and 4-4 do. some new and ele-
gant patterns; white and scarlet Merino half
IIdkis. do.; and a few more.India Muslin .Man-
tles and Dresses.
Also-a new assortment of broad and narrow
black Bombazines, of superior quality ; superior
black Levantines, Rc. just received for' sale at No.
83, Market-street, by
N. B.-A general assortment of ,owur'nin 'r-
ticles, of the best quality, kept cottstantly onthand.
may 13 '

S HAS for sale, at .No. 75,
Court-street, 4 doors from
Concert Hall, elegant PARA-
SOLS, with ivory handles and
wro-ught firinge(new1 patterns,)
common do. ; low priced do.
all nide of the be t materials,
and being ofIhiksown osanufac-
'ture, can warrant them to
wear well, and will le sold as
low as can be bought in Bofa-
i ikewise.- a .large assort-
Old Parasols new covered.
.4uisictll dIrtruments.
Just received per- London Packet, a complete as-
sortment of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, vixz -
E flat copper Bugle Horns; C Bugles with B
crooks; 6 key'd Patent Flutes; 4 key'd do. do.
I key'd do. do.; Pat Flageolets; Common do.
Concert Flutes tip't antl plain; F Flutes ; Octave
do. ; Pickeolas; B C'a'id E Flat Clarionets, As-
tor's make ; Tenor Viols ; French Viols, first
quality; Violin andc' Bass Viol Strings and Violin
Bows; French Bazoon Rleeds; Clarions ; Instruct-
lion Books. The above instruments are selected
by one uf the .'ost experienced Agents in London,
and constantly received Spring and Fall.
N. B. Pair second hand French Horns, ws!ih
will be sold low. 6w may 5

C'ASH (60 cents petpond) will be given, for
first quality HOGS BRISTLES, at LANE
& HIIUNEWELL's,Dock-sq. lImln2is nov IS

A BEL MOORE, No. 89, Court-st. hfis just re-
ceived, a further supply of Ladies and Mis-
sesoplaini and ftncy open work Straw Hats and Bon-
nets of the newest patterns, fly the dozen or sin-
gle. Also-Straw Bands and Trimmings, in all
their variety. June 6
AS taken part of Chambers No. 15, Broad-
street, where he offers for sale, consignments
of HATS, of every description. Country tra-
ders and others, purchasing by the quantity, are
invited to call.
A gu'ed assortment of Hats will be constantly
kept on hand for Ihis retail customers, who can be
supplied at the wholesale price.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
Jnu2e 2 3m ",

Xo. '0, ,MAfiLBRO'-STIEB7',
O FFIRS bfor sale a large assortment of' PARA-
SOL', by tine dozen or1 single, for cash only.
('Ladies who wish old frames covered anew,
will find it to theii advantage to call at the above
store. .1 ue 6f

6 IVES notice that lie Ihas formed a cont.ection
i in business l vith his son JOHN FLEETELI-
OT,whose correct-ess and attention have been well
approved of, during an apprenticeship with him for
the last seven years, under tle firm of
Customers will be supplied within good MEDI-
CINES, at the old stand. No. 7, Middle-street, at
a liir price. A continuince of patronage is r, quest-
ed. One of them, and fir.nlhie greatest part of tire
time, both, willhe present at the putting up, anti
delivery of MedJines. "
Due regard will be paid to the prescriptions for
comntpound Medicines, whieh are laid down in the
ne, .A atonal Pihearnacoptia ; and the wishes of
phsysicuils who prescribe to them, will be most
ptnctilioosly gratified.
Il'hens convenient, Physicians are eairnestly rni-
quested to write their orders witls ink ; fiem.: i
marks are often obliterated, or rendered so tb-
scure, that ttose who put up the Medirines are
leienueitly greatly perpltexed t. ascertain what ar.-
tidles are directed, iand particularly in what quanti-
ties ;-dasngor to the patient may often arise from
this circumstance. June 6"

Merchants Take aVotice.
nrJHE subscribers will sell th;-* Stock,in quan-
]| titles to suit -urchasers, consisting of well
seasoned Ships' ILOCKS, &ce. at very reduced
pi ices, and upon terms, in all respects, which, can-
not fail of giving satisfatrtion. Gentlemen wanti.ig
Blocks, n. fort ships' use or tor exportation, will
ithinil it hor their interest to catll at the large wooden
liuilding, No. 41, India-street, (leading fron,.
lroidl.st. to Indli-sI.) where the smallest favors
will be gratefitlly acknowledged, by
N. iB.- Pumps repaitd at shott notice, in a
faithful manner, etif

A BOUT 2700 acres of LANDI), in hundred acre
j l hots. lying near the cel re of the State otf
Vermont, in tie town of Kingston, 50 or 6j fali-
lies now settled in tihe town.
JAtso-msbout 1000 acres in thie adjoining town of
Roxulit, aoont 20 tcres of which is a vamy valua-
ble pinei lot, aiid is rendered piarticiuhiyiv so, by
tle sciarcity oft that kind of tinmber in neighbliur'in'g
towns. Inquire if Mr. D)ANIEL INGALLS, itt

Boston; Gen. JOHN FRE'NCH, in Randolph,
Vt. or Judge PAINE, in Williamnstown, Vt.
N. B. It more agreeable to purchasers, ;:ne hilt
t6ie >pay will lie received in IV. India and Englishi
Goods. 4w minys 3
I(1lt is requested inhat the 'Windsor, Vt. printer
be desired to pulilish the above 4. weeks and charge
the samne to SAMUEL BASS.

.MRS. RICHARDS, f,,ri.crly of Milk-street,
,begs leave to ifobrm her former customers,
and the public in general, that she has removedi
from Market-street to No. 5 Cnrnhill, corner iof
Water-street, where shie will carry on the Hlthbit
andi Dress making in all its various branches, and
in the most modern style. She also makes and
cleanses Leghorn Bonnetls.
WVinted immediately, a number o. 'young Ladies
apprentires to the above busiti'ss. Entrance inl
Water-street. april "28
F ROM 100too o00 Cords dy Pitch Pine WVood,
for which a lair pr;:ee will be paid on delive-
ry. Apply at Merchants' Hall. June 13

T IE public are respecifully hnfbrmed, Ithat
the Balhing Rooms, gtir West Bostot Bridgte,
Iave recently been fitted up in a otpnerior style and
are now ready for use.
differentt platforms are made, and constructsd in
such a manner, that persons may baithe at iny time
of the title with perfect safety.
Several rooms are exclusively for the use of the
Ladies-connected with a pleasant and airy apart-
meat, for those who may be waiting.
As this establishment has been prepared at a',
great expense, and this rendered very onveient ;
it is confidently bel ieved it will receive the patron-
age of a generous public. June i3

United States of A merica,
D is-l'T OF 'MAS'AeHSETTS, ss.
P URSUANT to a warrant from the Hon. Joulb
DAVIS, Esq. Judge of the District Court of
the United States for the District aforesaid,I here-
Iy give public notice, that an Inlbrmation 'has been
filed before the said Jnudge by George iMlake, Esq
District Attorney of the United States for this D.s-
triet, against certain Goods, W'ares, and Meriehan-
d ze, to wit:-
Eight bags of Coffee and three half barrels of
Rumni-seiaed at the port of Poston andi Charles-
town, for an alleged violation of the laws of the
United States.
Trial will he had on said information at said
District Court, at the United States Court Room,
in Boston, is othe fourth Tuesday of June current.
A'l, persons interested, will, take notice and govern
themselves accordingly.
Dated at Boston, this eleventh iday of June, in
the year eighteen hundred and twenty one.

Commonweal/ith of .Aassalchusetts.
Middlesqx, ss. To Silas' Iass, of Ne Aton, in the
cntIIty of" iOil'sex admltinistrator-of the estate
of John Robinson, late of Newton, in thie said
county of Middlesex, yeoman, det.i'ased, intes-
tate, and to heirs at law and creditors of said de-
ceased, and to all others concerned in said es-
tLte, Gin-i:KKtm-s.
IIEREAS the said Administrator .has pre-
sented fbr allowance, to the Judge ofl Pro-
bate of wills antId li gratling.letters of adminis-
tration in and for- tie saidtl county of Mididlci ex, the
first aeconnt of his administration upon said esztite.
You are therefore hereby cited Ino appear before
the said Judge, at a Court of Probate, to he hitil-
den at Framingham, in and for said county of Mid-
dlesex, on the fourth Tuesday of June' next, to
show cause, if any you have, either ibr or against
the sainm.
And you the above named administrator, accord-
ingly are hereby Ordered to serve this citation, by
giving personal notice thereof to all persons con-
cerned in said estate, living within twenty miles
lfrom tlhe said Court, ten days, at least, previous
ihereto ; and notifying a!l others interested there-
ill, hy causing a true copy hereof to be inserted
lhree weeks s nceessively in the public newspttq]er
called the Cohtmbian Centinel, published in Bns-
ton by Benjamin Ruassell, the last nuibl.catLion ,i be
at least seven d:iys before the said fourth Tutesday
of June, an-d to maike due return hereof with your
doings therein unto the said Court.
Dated at Cambridge the thirty-first day of May,
in the year ofnnr Lotrd one thousand eight hundred
aad twenty-oine.
SAMUEL P. P. FAY, J. Probnt
1THE subscribers being duly ;tp-
pointed by the Hon. Jeremiah Bailey, Judge
of Probate, for the county of Lincoln, to receive and
examine the claims against the estate of
late of Wiscasset, merchant, deceased, represented
insolvent, give notice, that six months are a allied
to bring in and prove their claims ; and they will
meet at the office of Nath'l Coffin, in Wiscasset,
on the firse Monday of June, July. Anugust, Sep-
tember, October, and the last Monday of Novem-
ber next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, to re-
caive and examine said claims.
may "6
7TH[ subscribers having been ap-
pointed l'y thie Judge of Probate, for the coun-
ty of Middlesex, to receive and examine the claims
of the creditors to thlie estate of
late of Jaffrev, in the State of New-Hampshire,
yeoman, dleteased, intestate tihe same having been
represented insolvent, do liireby give notice, that
six months are allowed to said creditors to bring in
and prove their claims ; ant] that tbeV will atteoid
t that service altlie office of Vii. J. hiiple-, Esq.
ill Camblridge, oiln the second Mondav of June inst.
and on ithe second Monlday of the 'ive following
months, ait 3 o'clck, P. M.
Cambridlg"e, .Time 6, 1, I

NO IICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber las been duil aippomtedi guardian
of Newton, in the county of Middlesex, gentle-
man, a lunatic, and has taken upon himself that
trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All I r-
sons having demands upon the estate of the said 1 l-
ler, are required to exhibit the same; and aii per .
sons indebted to the said estate, are called upon to
make payment to
Newltoni, June 1, 18 I1.

trator to the estate of
late af Reading, in Ihe county of Middilesex, cord -
aainer, deceased, int-state, anil hias taken unpon
himself that tlnst by giving hlonds as the law di-
rects. All persons hantg deimanils nii'n the es-
tat:r of the sai iecein-sd, are inr; required to ex-
hibit the same ; and all peris'tons inidebtled to the I
said eslattle, tare called ulln to m1.ke p:iyment ton
Reading, June i, 1821.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the
.Nmsbscnlb r lias h!on'n it.ly appointed adminis-
trator to the t.st;n- nit
late of Charlestown, nt th1 county of Midtdlesex,
sp.nster, ldeceased, inteslate, andi has taken upon
himself that trust iby giving homnds tas the law di-
recls. All persons having demands upon thein es-
tate of the said dteceased aire' required to exhibit
the same; and all persons indebted to lthe said es-
tate, are called upoi to make ,avnment to
j.!tinartitoi, Jlpril 4. 1321.
N OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscribers have been duly appointed atdminis-
trators to tihe estate of
late of Billerica. in thie couiity of Miiddlesex.
Physician, ieceaseit, intestate, aui hsve taken tuIl-
on Ihemselves lhat trust my giving hondsss ltie
latw tlircts. Alt persons, having tlmnands upon
lthie estate of the said deceased art required to cx-
hihit the same; and all persons indebted to the said

estate are called upon to make payment t
Bilet ica, .,ay 29, 1821.
T WO IIouses stitr at thie north partof the
towt:. on t onttaini'lg ev rooms at 6160 Ier
year the orhsr four at SI2 0 per e:Ir. tInquire of
lUTHItR BIXBY, No. 5, Fisi-sltrct.
Juiic 6

For Sale,
A N Estate, situated in Dorchester, w ithiin five
miles of Boston, on the roinl leading tU Ne-
ponset Brihlgc, bounding on the Stialt after, and in
full vicw of Bostosi harbor, containing about. 22 a-
cres of Land, with a Dwelling-house, Woodl- hIuse,
Chaise-house, Barn and other Out-houses, and a
never failing Well ofexcellent Water, e. On the
lace, are a variety offfruit trecs, just begin ing to
bear ; and at a short distance from thehouse is a fine
lot of wood which makes very handsome apnear-
ance andt ia e delightful sunmn'lr walk and a conve-
nient lauling place for vessels ot 60 or 80 tons,
with a bold shore: an saMe harblor-an excellent
place to carry omi tihe fishing business on a large
scale, or for wood and lumber business. For tfur-
ther particulars inquire ot SAM UEL CA PEN, on
the premises, or of Mr. DANIEL WILD of Boa-
tont, No. 12, Exclhange-stret. 6w may 23
HIS Establishment is open for the Summer
season, and the superintendent pledges him-
selft t to spare no attention tkat may conduce to t he
comfort and pleasure of those whio may patronize
li imeither as boarders or parties of pleasure.
may 16 2m

n ESSE RICE, would inform his friends and the
,9 public, that hlie has lately made ae addition to
his House of a large Hall antd Sleeping Chamn betrs,
so that lie will be able to give better accomr oda-
tions to parties than he has heretofore, antd will
will have large aeonmmodationas for Boarders.
lie assures lthe public that no pains shall be oaprc d
on bis part, to give perfect satisfaction to all who
may honour hirn with their company.-He in tends
always to keep his Bar well supplied with the choi-
cest liquors that can be lihad in Boston, lie will like-
wise have a good barieeper, cook and other domes-
ticks in his bousai. 2aw4w June 6
T HE Ohfice of tlie Expo.u'itmur and Boston Pbi-
lanithropist is removed to) No. 18, Cornthill,
three doors fruont Stte-stveet, south. Thie sixth
number will be issued on MitMonday morning.
q-'E. G. HOUSE, Printer, informs his friends
and the public, that at this Offie-, lie is ready to
attend to their orders im every branch of his busi-
(GIN. DEARBORN, Engraver, has removed to
the same building.. June 6
TOLKN from this office since the
k 3d inst. a small THiRMO.IETER enclosed
in a case covered witli red inorocco. If such ait
one is offered for sale, we shall consider it a favor
itf it is stopped anid iintbrmationt givtni ns of the
person offering it, as we are move desirous if de-
tecting tire Thief than of niecove ing the instru-
ment. Centisnel Office Juno 13.

IHREE or four gentlemen can be accoimmoda-
iL ted with Board, at Mrs. TWOMIJ3LY'S,
69, tirattle-street. June IS

SS wanted on Real state in tori n, security am-
J ple, interest punctually paid qual terly or semi-
A fashlionalIle well built Hous:, in a genteel neigh-
io-.hoodl for which cash will be paid on delivery of
the Deed.
Houses, Farms, Cottages, &e. bought, sold or
let on CGnnumission and a Register kept of all of-
fered tor sale rr hire, so tlistL every person wishing
to buy, sell, hire or let, may ie accommodated for
D' trifling compensation. Apply to CHARLES
ED\VA{DS, No. i11, Court Square, Sehool-
streel. June 13
t GENTEEL pleasantly situated HOUSE, in
Poplah-strliet, in ai excellent neighborhood,
eontainiig a basement roomn, kitchen, two very
hludsoine pnrlr.mt ,'aild sx chambers, wvith n conve-
tiernt back aid, itwell of good water. rain water
cistetrn,&c. The cai-pets Oen thle parlorsto maybee_
tild at a fair valatiti, al ; i the premises majybie
eiterecd upon thie last f July. The House will
not b.h let to any but a prinvte finmily. Forpari-
ticulars, apply at the Ce,;tinel : counting Room.
June 13
TANTrrD, an lnpprentice in a Hard Ware
V Satore. Inquire at the Centinel Counting
Rooma may 6
Tr HE person that borrowed or has the thirty-first
volume of the Medical and Physical Journal,
;slf bounil, belonging to the subscriber, is request
ed to return it to No 1 S, Atkiiison-street.
June 6 ep6w ISAAC RAND,
ART of a House, centrally situated, to a small
t family without children. stnqu're at thie Cer-
tinel Counting Room. June
T O a m:11l neat family, without children, three
Chiamuberi', in a very convenient and pie'-sant
House-rennt vI20. Inquire at No. 5, Goich-
street, near Green-street. June 6
A CONVENTINT 13-ick louise, situated near
A Mount-Vrnon, (Belknap-slre-t,) r-ecently
occupied by Eliphalet Ladd, deceased, having a
good w 'Vel of Water, Rain WIater Cistern, Woud
lonse and paved Yard. /
Allso-Store No. 35, Cenitral-wharf. accommo-
.0:til .'with two pift.ant convenient Counting
RIouns. I ,rlnii'e ofBEJAk\MIN P. -OME4Ett.

*", : E" !LOST.
O.SI, an Vl,,miav lan-t, a small red morocco
a I'OCKITi' POOK, containing one ten dollar
bill on th.l- edhanit link. witl other money. The
-finder s hl:dl Ie suit bly rewarded by leaving the
same wisth the tinfortunate loser, No. 853, New-
tuiry-stlre-t. SAMPSON H. MOODY,
.] ', '.3 l;i! '), sser.e
B AN awa fin':. t IVi: t Work olnuse, in Hinguim,
i on IPr1l.0i last, StI inst. STEPH"N LI N-
COLN'. :gedl 66, dlai k complexion, stiff kite and

./'rso. on Snii,% tul.llly r 1Ith inst DAVID GARD-
NEt, al lgt i aboit 6o, ,iark uomiple. wlii- hie t ('eat iwemiv a thirk blue coat and pantaloons
anid hlisck ni:ite-icat. ,\'"i-overt we'll return tihe a-
los-' -cru'tin tno slit Work IHouse, in Hinighamin, shall
receive twenty dollars, or ten dnilarus for either of
thln, tIFENJ .\I1N WILDER.
Jliinghamn, .Tmme 11i, S21.

^TOI.EN Ir-in time ipockeLi of the sulbscriher be-
Stwen 11 aI ndii I o'cinek, in Messrs W'hitwell,
BItond. Co's oltiee. a sinmll red M'nroco POCK-
-'T -' .' h(. eml tining 24.01 in ltank bills, viz :-
:il o 'siveiui hank ofl this s'ule and tonnecticut,
91) ol Nt.-h-Il''tuhd hank, new ehman bills, 1 of
5:10, mnd f i,,i S1i; a>lount ,40 of U. S. and
Boston bills. 11 stolen, tihe above reward will be
paid on recnemring the book and contents, bv
('p The Bunk liastens ihl a silver pencil.
line 12
T1wenttl dollars Reward /
'R'AY:'!) tr S'oln, froin tIn Pastrne of the
sus'nscuiber, in Me.'tnwd, on the rilghtof thlie 9th
mst. a mI a'k ,L.Y lIfOSE, f i ears old this 1l-ing,
15 tand h'gh, anih! has mu hihlek tanie, switch tail
mumd dlark legs; fore top trimcd n ffl a natural
tr-'t; i an.d qjtiick traveller. Thlis iorse was raised
in a.ir nilohtown, a.nd lately owneId bhy Enioch Brad-
Icy, of Concmrd, N. HI. Whn',ever will rturii said
hni'te shill receive the "t],vi en s r)', antl if stolen,
ten dollars more ibr thi- conv;ilinns of tlie thief.
.Aledford, June 11. 2sp

Plaitica.......l)e,-cantile.....andIl .iscellaners,.
Pihlished on l'ednei atss aor iatd iays by
HIEN.JAMIN I!':.SEIL, Publisher ot the Law
,t the United States, Prin ter tn the tate,and
p'v.pr-K'tor at n is tOffice,t ongres3.street,-z-

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