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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Volume ID: VID00006
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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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BOSTON, (Alassachusetts, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1821.

FOUR DOLLARS per annum
RS in a !vanve-t2j cents single


A N jo aourned meeting of the .teasac hsetts
.11Society for Promoting Christian Kiowledge,
ill be holden at the Vestly of the Old South
Church, on THURSDAY, the 12th inst. at 12
o'clock, apunctual attendance is requested.
July 4 A. HOLMES, Vice President.

.AT-21, 1821.
TOTICE is hereby giver., that a sumt equal to
the ainount of the Mississippi Stock now out-
standing5 having been received into the Treasury,
from the sale of public lands pledged for its redemp-
tion, the whole ofsaid Stock will be discharged at
the Treasury, on or after the first (lay of August
tA Secretary qofthe Treasury.

Ob efcr the Commissioners,
.tm 'fashington, 14th June, 1821.
,lt. 36, Commitqsners, appointed un4er the
t'vb aprtis'le of the Treaty of Amity, Set-
ur ai'snt,ahd Limits, between the tlrnitedStates
F America and his Catholic Mcjesty, con-
cluded at Washington, on the 22d day of Feb-
ruary, 1819, to ascertain the full amount and
validity of the claims mentioned, or referred
to, in the said Treaty, being organized 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 whichlf those interested
ill be pleased to take notice :-
Ordered, That all persons having claims
under 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 maty be hereafter' duly examined, and
the validity and amount thereof decided up-
on, according to the suitable and authentic
testimony concerning the same, which may
be then required. The said memorial must
be addressed to this Board; must set forth,
particularly and minutely, the various facts
and circumstances whence the right to pre-
fer such claim is derived; and must be veri-
fied by the affdavit of the claimant.'
And, in order that claimants may be in-
formed of what is now considered by the .
Conimissiont as essential to be averred ahd
established before apy such memorial can be
received by 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 whether the
amount thereof, and of every part thereof, if
allowed, does now, and, at the time when the
said claim arose, did belong solely and abso.
lately 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 forth, when, why,
and by what means, such other has become t
entitled to the amount, or any part of the a-
isdi:.. of th u3sa-i clfim, The memorial, re-
quired to be exhibited by all clai nits st
also set forth, and certainly declare, whether
the claimant, as well as any other for whose
benefit the claim is preferred, isnow,an at the
time when the said claim arose was a citizen of
the United States of America, where he is nows
and at the time the said claim arose was, dom-
'ciliated-and, if any, what change of domi.
ciliation has since taken n 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.I
"And that time may be slowed to claim-
ants, to prepare and file te memorials above. i
mentioned ; it is further
"nOrdered, that hen this Boatd 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 filed with the Sec-
retary, in pursuance of the above orders, shall
be received for examination. -
Ordered, 'I hit a copy of these proceed
wings be published by the Secretary of this
Board, in all the public Gazettes in which the
la4's of the United States are usually printed."
By Order. T. WATKINS,
Secretary to the Commission under the
lth article of the Florida Treaty.
June 20 tSO

To the Hon. the Justices of the Su-
preme Judicial Court of the State of Maine,
begun ard holden at Portland, within and for
the county of Cumberland, on the first Tues-
day of May, A. D. 1821.
TEPHEN BADLAM, of Boston, in the coun-
ty of Suffolk, and Commonwealth of Massa-
chusetts, gentleman, executor of the last will and
testament ofShubael Bell, late ofsaid Boston, gen-
tleman, deceased r-sjents that the estate of said
hubael Bell, is ins0 ,4" appears by the returns
of property of which said bell, died seized, and the
proceedings-of the .commissioners on insolvent es-
tates, duly made to the Probate Office in said Bos-
ton; said Badlam rtherrrepresents, that there is
certain real estate' e State of Maine, part
of the property ot'sid Bell which it has become
necessaryto se4 in ordertopsy the just debts of the
deceased, to wilt :-J-a lot of land situate in Back-
atreet, in Portland aforesaid, with the buildings
standing on the same; a lot of land containing
100 acres situate in the county of Oxford, in said
State, and a pew in the Episcopal Church, in the
town oft Portland.
Wherefore your petitioner prays, that he or
some suitable person on his behalf may be authori.-
sed to make sale of said real property and execute

Cumberland, as. Supreme Judicial Court, May
On the foregoing petition, Ordered, that the said
petitioner give inotiee of the same, by causing his
said petition with this order thereon, to be pub-
lished in the Columbian Ceetinel, printed in Bos-

appear, and shew cause, if any they have, why the
prayer thereof should not be granted.
Copy of the Petition and Order of Court thereon.
Attest, WM. T. VAUGHAN, Clerk.
T be let, a neat, convenient and very pleasantly
situated House, containing ten rooms, with a
Stable, convenient Ont-hosses, and a good well of
Water, Garden and fruit [ree, and about two a-

recently fitted up and newly papered and painted,
and iSnperfeitrepasir. Apply at S. BADLAM'S
Of9ke, Old MCdtt House. eptf may 30

FOR PUBLISHING, BY St'BSCRiPTION, THE United States of Anerica, -
Sh i e abTURSUANT to a warrant'fromntie Hon.. oin
or Pi Davii d Esq. Judge of the District Court of the
CAPTAIN JAMES WILSON, United States for the district aforesaid, hereby
W HO commanded the ship Duff, during the first give'public notice, that an Information has leen
Missionary Voyage, andd at the establishment filed before the said Judge, by George Blake, Esq.
ofthe first Mission is the Islands of the South Seas. District Attorney of the United States for this dis.
By the Rev. JOHN GRIFFIN, of Portsea, Eng. trict, against certain Goods, Wartgs and Merchan-
This little book is one of the most interesting dise, to wit:-
specimens of religious and missionary biography Thirty.nine boxes of Raisins, and four boxes
any where to ibe found. The subject of it war bred Lemons, seized at the port ofBoston and Charles-
to the seas, went.to India at an early age, was a town, for an alleged violation of the laws of the,
long time a prisoner to Hyder' Ally, afterwards con- United States.
mandel a sip in t.he country trade, namased a Trial will be had on said Informationeat said
competent fortune, and returned to England a nde- District Court, a ,n a at the United Sttes Court Itoom,
termicad infidel. After a few years lie providen- on Boston, o the tenths tay of July next, at r I
tially fell into the company of the w writer of this o'clock, A,M. All persons interested, uill take
book, who was then preaching as a candidate for notice and govern themselves accordingly.
the ministry. From this unexpected .cnquaintance Dated at Boston, this twenty-thiril day of June,
She was-induced to hear the young minister preach, in the year eighteen hundred and twenty cone.
the result-was l-isA con,.'n to ( God SATMUTL 1). IIT \RHTS.RF. n .hlal.
Wh'i-'u t tK Loud-sti M uisnan--aukly %el't Itc -
tring out the ship Drnt. wih thtiont nisd.oitarhiit. ivi orilolrOIIlv tu nell/i of Xassachuse'lls.
e"I-<'Hi'cf the Pici', Cipt. \'iln lTered li, Suffulk and Nantueket,a ss. To the l.n,.',
erTvioestseammadIer of the vessel, without arniy Justicesc of the Supreme Judicial Court. oifi
reward, except that which results from attempting and holden at Boston,- within the county l' Sil-.
to promote the kingdom of Christ. le cond ict- folk, and for the counties ofSuffol'k and Nantiek-
ed the voyage with great ability ; lebt thie missions- et, on the first Tuesday of Mm'ch, in the year of
ries at threc uhift'erent stations ; aided thu> mission our Lord, eu|R thousand eight hundred and
families by his paternal counsels ; and, after twenty one, and still in session by adjournment,
his return, assisted in the compilation of an ac- IBELS, propounds, and gives the Cour't o un-
count of the voyage, which brought 7Two Thou- 1A derstand, and be informed, Rebecca Filger,
sand Pounds, as clear profits, into the treasury wife of Alexander Folger, of Nantucket, in the
of the Society. county of Niantucket, trader, that shen sai duly
Numerous incidents, in the life of'this extraor- married to thie said Alexander, oi the eighth day
efinary man, are worthy of the perusal of all: eale- of May, in the year of oune Lord,. eighteen hint-
ciitly is the account of his conversion calculated to dried, and has ever since' conducted tow ards the
be eminently useful. said Alexander, as anrt flectionate, chaste, snd vir-
The volume will be printed in duodecimo size, tuous wil'e; yet the said Alexander, no wise re.
on fine paper, and delivered to subscribers at 75 guarding his marriage covenants, h ath, since said in-
cents in boards, or bound at 87J cents. termarriage with the Libellantoodimittedl hie crime
Persois subscribing for five copies, or becoming of adultery with one Abigail Freeman, and with di-
responshle for them, will be entitled to a sixth co- vers other women smithin the Commonwealth, to
py gratis. your petitioner unknowsna ; anid your Lib'ellant fur-
Subscriptions received for this-work by ISAAC there represents, that tIe said Alexander hath utter-
BoSz S, No. 1, Newury.sti'reet, bv in the ly deserted her since aid intermanrriage. and hath
Book will be published, and at the bookstore of g grossly, antoly, and c ruelly tiegiected to pro.
MUbeROE & FANCIS. Jumie 20 vide suitable maintenatince fo lr her ansmd iher chil-
dren by said marriage, being of sufficient ability
NOW IN THE PRESS, thereto. Whierefore your Libellant prays the
ND when finished ma be had at HARVEY Honorable Court, that for the cause of the adultery
ND TES', f finished may be ha-street here Mr. of te said Alexander asbeforestied, she may be
ngalls formerly kept, thiddlestreet, e Mr. divorced fro the bonds of tmatrie nuyy ;and if, for
ingalla formerly kept, thes o na ie any cause, the Court should otherwise decide, the
Trial and onfession of Lorezo Dow. Libellant further prays, that forthethe er causes
ilso, a Paraphrase on Genesis, XLIX 10.- stated above in this irLibel, site moth be civor-
Likewise, "eDow's family Medicine," patented to ced a minsa et thore and allowed such alimony as
him by U. S. and found beneficial for the Head, the Court shall direct, atnd allowed and restore
Stomach, Bowels, Liver, &c. as a corrector and res to all her lands, tenements, and hereditaments, to
torative. Juua 20 which she was entitled or may become entitled, by
INSTRUCTION. any means whatever; and also, to the possession
and exclusive enjoyment oftall suhih other propser-
MheRS. MARY A. BROOKS respectfully in- ty as shc maybe entitled to by her owie earnings
jlioJ forms the public, that she proposes to be. since the said intermarriage. Your Libellant fu'--
gin on Monday, the 22d instant, to devote the other prays, that the care, direction, education and
hours from nine till one in the morning, to the in- management of the children of the Libellant Ib
struction of a limited number of young Ladies'in said intermarriage, may be decreed to herr and
the French and Italian Languages. Particular that they ay ae permitted to live with her only
and separate attention will be paid to perfecting and that the said Alexandert miay be it tante aean
their hand writing and to English composition; time ordered, not to interfere with the manage-
and great pains taken to inspire a taste for polite meant of said children. And said Lihellant avers
literature in general. For terms, apply at No. 20, that the said Alexander is without -the Common-
School-street. wealth. REBECCA FOLGER.
Reference-Messrs. F. SALES-CAaEB BIN.- Suffolk, ss. June 27, 1821. Filed in Court, by
HAM & Co. 6isp Boston, July 7,1821. .John R. Adan, Esq. Proctor to the Libel-
S A lant. JNO. CALLENDER Clerk.
A CARD.. A true copy. Attest,
2.i". CALLENDf.lT VI" '.-
F D. MALLEIr informs his friends and the-
F public, that hie has formed a a association Sufolelk and Nantuicket, ss. Supreme Judicial
with Mr. -LABASSEE, who is an artist of thie Court, Marlch term, 1821.
highest order in his profession, having been one of Upon the foregoing Libel, it is Ordered, by the
the first Dancers of the Opera House in Paris, as Court, that the itellant give notice, to t te said
well as teacher of the same art to the Youth's of Alexandier Folger, to appear before the-Jastices o
the first rank and distinction in that city, and also in our Sn apree Juicial Court, to be hnlde, att Bo-
all the principal cities in Europe, Wshbere ihen hias ton, wthin he county ofSuffolkand fon r th con-
been Maren of Ballets, and first ascer at their ties af Suffolk and Nantucket on the first T esday
Theatres, of November next, by publishing an attested copy
Mr. MALLE.T flatters himself that by this new of said Libel and this Order thereon, three weeks
arrangement, hlie will be able to give the public the su'ccsively in the Columbian Centiel, printed in
most fashionable and best style o' Dancing which said Boston, the last publication to be fou.'tmee
Eurone can a afford. days, at least, before the sitting" ofsaid Court, that
The Dancing Room will be kept at Mr. Mallet's, lie mI it our said Court, sew
corner ,f Central Court, No. 1 Newbnury.street. causel i tny he baye, athy the prayer ot sAit Libel,
Days of Tuition will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, shotal-ot be gratedd, A tlru copy. Attest,
from 3 in the afternoon till7, for young LaCies anud CALENER, Clerk Sup. Jud Court.
small Boys-from 7 to 9 o'clock for young Gen- commoww t of 'ssachsels.
themen. Terms of Tuition wSill be A12 pei nuitir. C tWedt Of Massachusetts.
ter, and no entrance expected of those who have Middiesex, ss. To Asa Wym an and Nathaniel
been pupils of Mr. Mallaht-S5 will be required Wymavn, of Roxbiury, in the county of Norfolk,
of every new Scholar who cannot dance. executors of the iast will of 1;atli'l WVymn, late
June 30 a6sp of Bedford, in the said county of Midillesex, tie-
ceased, And lto heirs at olaw, legatees and credi-
Academy for Young Laodies tors of said deceased, and to all others concerned
IN CHARLESTOWN, l.) said estate, GREfNTIrG.
IN CHARLESTOWN, (Mass.) W HEREAS the said A-a and Nathaniel, have
MISS TUTT LE C r MI SMITH presented tbr allowance,, to the Judge of
MISS TUTTLE & MISS SMITH, Probate of wills and fom' granting letters of adlnin-
I)ROPOSE to commence a School for Young istration in and for the said coututy of Middlesex.
I Ladies and Misses. in Charlestown, on the ithe 2d account of their ads inistnation upon said
first Monday of April next. estate.
TERMS PER nl ARTER, You are therefore hereby cited to appear before
Reading, Writing, Spelling, Geographby, and the said Judge, at a Court of Probate, to be holden
plain Sewing, S-------- 4, at Chiarlestown, in andl for said county of Middle-
English Grammar, Arithmetic, and Compo- sex, on the third Tuesday of August next, to show
sition- -- --- ---- 6, cause, it anly you have, either 6or or against the
CUNistorN RheAtoBiOanD i 8 And you the above named Asa and Nathia:icl,
HLstoiy, Rhetmirc, and DrawinigeMaps, L nacorditigly are hereby Order-d, to serve this cita-
Logic, Chemistry, the Latin sl Frenchi Lau- tion, by giving personal notice thereof to all persons
guagese ---- concerned in siitl estate,- living within miles
Reference may may be had to C from the said court, tell days nt least, previous
STEVENS HATWARD, Esq. CharresAtownB, thereto; ind notyfying all others interested there-
or Dr. AITNEn PITFLPS, Bostoni.a in, by causing a true copy hereof to be inserted
Application for admission into the School, my three weeks successively itn the public newspaper'
be left with either of the Above named Gentletmen. called the C olumbian Cetilinel, published in Bo s.-
march 3 tf toml, by Benjamin Russell1, thie last publication to
be at casst ten days before the said third Tuosday
PROVIDENCE ACADEMY, of August, and to make nde return hereof sith
C'ONDUCTED by Miss CaLnmu, is established your doings therein unto the said court.
-U in the spacious and elegant mansion formerly Dated at Camnbridge, the 29th dayof May, in
owned by Samuel Snow, Esq. one. aod a half miles tbrhe year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
west from Weybosset bridge, and is ready for the and twenty one.
reception of young Ladies, who will be instruete'l SAMTi. P. P. FAY, .. Probate.
in all the branches taught in the principal Female .aufactures and capitalists attend.
Academics in New England. Manufacturers and Capitalts attend.
Miss Calder trusts that lier constant exertions '9OR SALE, that well known estate in tirain-
for the improvement of her pupils, will ensure a J1 tree, about ten miles from Boston, known by
continuance of the liberal patronage with which the appellaition oftlhe Braintree Iron Works, and
she has been favored ; for particular recommenda.- is now in complete order for immediate use. The
tions, she refers to the following gentlemen, whose estate comprizes a number of buildings, viz-one
daughters have been placed under -her care :- very large woollen one fIr the purpose of'carryilug
TRISTRAM BURGES, Esq. i. on the aork generally, in which area large trip
HENRY A. S. DEARBORN, Esq. Boston. wheels, bellows, ke. &c.-a targe building f-, a
Providence, R. I. Lay 7, 1821. finishing shop, anti a barn adjoining. Allso, a, arge
2spfb uilding erected la giist mil, luit can be con-

A N Estate, situated in Dorchester, within five abut three acres of land, witim a number of valit-
miles ofBoston,on the road eauding tIu Ne- able t'uit trees on time same. T'le dam is in excel-
pouset Bri'ge, boundrig on the Salt Wate', and in let orter, and theie is a fulh supply of water. It
eres of Lanui,with a Dwelh irg-huua, Woud-hinuse, fei' She P ac~nts come within haifa mile of it aiiy,

place, at- a variety of ruit trees, just beginning to udoauhtedly, where business is carried on upo1 i
lot of wood ahich makes a ry'han'some aprest- 'hia estate will Ine sold o suo te on-s as to
nient lauding place for vessels of 60 or 80 tons, purchaser. A mply to BENJAMIN SMITH, No.
with a bold shore and safe harbot-an excellent 4, Central-wharf, or to) Majcr MINOT THAY-
place to carryton the fishing business on a lurge ER, diaintree. eoptf march 17
scale, or for wood and lumber business. For fur- tTON '.TTING
thuer particulars inquire of SAMUEL CAPEN, on E BrOckl' d C' L 'TI(T '
the prnemises, or of Mr. DANIEL WILD of Bos- rnil- Buicklayera and others concerned in build-
scriber has commenced thie above business in Cam.-

W ANTED, in a small family, where there is a still avour bhu with their custom at te lowest
Cook. None need apply who cannot bring good N. B, Also, Grave Stones of nIl kinds.
reconsiendatioas, Ipquire at the Centinsi Coant- tin marsh 7
ing Roonm. Jun" 27

No. 3887)


MiNUTES due solemaization of the CORONATION, the catastrophes of the year 18.O, and of the dig-
Of the !ti celebration of Aminerican In- continue in prosecution but the time is not ordered move t thence communicated to the
dependence. fixed for the ceremony, nor will it be until pulcm dmeca-
1-i PHILADELPHIA--There were pa there is a certainty that there will beno oc- i l iditay t no its rem char t er has a art e
rades, salutes, processions and dinner-parties. 1 casion for a postponement. The arrange- less advanced period-it is not against such or such a
An oration was delivered by WomeT asM STEW- ments in Westminster Hall are in forwardness. form of government particularly, butof their decia.
anT, Esq. and the Declaration read by Gen. The platform on which his Majesty is to dine, nations, that the dark enterprises of the authors o
Woanmi. his chair of state, &c. are nearly finished, and these conspiracies, and the frantic views of theW
In EW W-YOR.R'-they had their usual are of the most costly materials. The galle- blind partisans, are directed. The States which
splendid military parade and review ; salutes, ry erected for the female branches of the have admitted changes into their political regime,
pealis of bells, display of flags, dinners, &. Royal Family, and that for the accommoda- are no mor e fromntheir attacks than those
Tile, Ctey ellion always.Intiresthe day with a tiovnof the loreitnaMinistersand their La. whose Ancient institutions haie passed through the
The Corboration always honor the day with a trn of the Foreign Ministers and their La storms of time. Pure monarchies, liinited monar-
public dinner, at which all the distinguished dies, &c. will be richly decorated. The seats chies, constitutions, federative arid republic, every
stl'angersin the city are invitdd. are to be covered with scarlet cloth. The thing is comprised, everything included in their
*I P40 VIDEJVCB-salute9, peals, &c.- richest damask table linen has been manu- deciees of proscription, which treat an an oligar.
Ora fio y aPETll PRATT, Esq. Declaration fact red to cover all the lines of tables.- chy every thinC above the level ofi a chimerica
r. ad b chiqTeP wL FLTrGerPOiT. Confectioners have been at woricl smee time equality. The Chiefs of Utis impious league, iun
a ..i'd.V' -Orationn by D.L.VAianEyarRE in preparing the articles in there department; 'iffeient to the result oof he general destruction
hsirF,li Declarartion readbyRecorder lowE. and the tables will groan under the weight Sigithey meditate, indiff lrntoto evekindf
.' aT/I-Thie bells were rung, sn'utes of their ornaments, and utensils of gold and the fundantal ansis soe *ety. To oerlyer
fred, a procession .formed, the Declaratisn silver plate, triumphal arches, paintings, me- what exists, in order to substitute in its place what.
of tfnrpLr.ilen> read r the Rev. Mr. EL- dallions, &c. &c. The twrccseqie till be Stor- .. crne ihalo suggest to thir odisurderediosa
t.r I sIN OD, il n, and ration pronounced by ed with the winesof all couniiCs and with o gwr dparti n. their bad passions is the essence of
I Ejaiiis ltIpLa rL.Esq. At the dinner profusion of ever thi ng which can stimulate their do trine, and the secret of all their macin- t
Anta.%iAt Hisw,%trr, Fsq. presided. Toasts or gratify the appetite. The Orchestra will' tions., The A allied Sovereigns asa that they must
very well. Volunteers were given by Gov- he very numerously filled oil two square tow. oppose a barrier to this destructive torreit-To
ernor Kme, the Orator of the Day, Hlon. Mr. ers,a onnexed to which, the Heralds will make, pre ersi what is lawfrully established such has been
Aers, a ndsoev DAvis, Esq. then Proclamation, followed by a fiorish of he ivariablae principle of their policy, thepoint
oir departure, and thieafisulobject of all their man-
In WOpL'WICH1, M3aine- large number musical instruments. lotions. They.lave not allo-'ed theo-selves to be
of the citizens of that and the neighboring The Procession will move on a platform stopped by the empty clamours of ignorance or
towns assembled at the mansion of PsrE. from Westminstcr Hall to Westminster Ablbey, malice accusing then, with coindriing the human
TALLMANW, I'sq. where a procession was form- elevated six feet above the ground, and co- mind to a state of stagnation and torpor ineompati-
ed, and moved to partake of an entertainment vered with ai canopy ; so that this part of the ble with its natu anil progressive merits, and
o'iven byrhim. After dinner, sixteen fair and ceremony miy be witnessed by an immense we iils the iinproveimenrt.of social institutions, Ne-
federal toa4s' were announced by the dis- multitude. ver have thoseblonarchkomanifested the leastdispo-
chaie eof annou. Volunteers were iven by Westminster bbey.-All the ranges of seats, etion to oppose real amelioratinm, or the reform of
Mr. T ,'r. s,Col. S rrsn, RicHAn HAstraRIe, &c. in this building are completed. On the m itses.w hVichend t views hinvestni e tn;
Eqq. and Dr J. STOCKBHRIDOE. third elevation of a platform, will be placed ad if that repose whiieh Governments anl people
the chair of Coronation. To the left is a.pul- had a right to think secure by the nacificatinc of
Toasts given at the Celebration at S'her- pit, front which the lrchbishop of Cante- bui- Europe, has not been yet able to effect all the gnod
burne. ry will preach the election sermon. On the which should result from it, it is because the Gov
Governr Braool -Mai every trite American, right and left of the Coron ation C air are ernments have not been able to concentrate all their
like him, reap in age the fruit of their good con- seats for the stuimmoned Peers and Peeresses, thoughts upon the means ,of opposing bounds to the
duct in outi ow. The ,whole of the seats are to be covered with asogreas of a faction, thic. tspreadn g around ie
The Constitution of' bMassachusetts-Like Sha- scarlet cloth ; and it is thought it will take terror, discontent, fanaticism, and innovations,
drachl. Me'eech, and Abednego, it has passed six weeks to cover them, and finish the work would have soon rendered the existence of any
through the fier furnace, and like Job, has been ee to cove them and te wor public oder wlatver problematical. The use-
purified boiu s trials eb, acommenced. ful or necessary chang-es in the legislation and
uJVre island Yeomanry--The first order of King's Coronation Robes. These are now ad inistratiun -of States, must emanate- alone
Yankee Kigethoosd, and the proudest champions on exhibition at Carlton House. They con- from the free-will, the reflecting and enlightened
of our national glory. sist of two changes-one to be worn by his impulse of those whom God has rendered respon-
Old iachclors-Bomb-proof to the shafts of Majesty before, and the other after the Cor- sible for power. Every thing which departs tfroft
Cup'd-may they never receive greater punishment nation. The first will be of the richest sil this line l"ads necessarily so disorder, to confit-
than the condemnation of Old t.aids. vaer'tissue, after the fashion of olden times," sion, to disorders mucht more insupportable. than
The eFar Sex-Lovely as they" are fair, may the surcoat of costly Genoa velvet, lined with those which it pretends to cure. Penetrated with
their virtues engage our affections, and may we white, and superbly embroidered. The man- this eternal truth, the Sovereigns have not hesa-
never hiaveoccasion to exclaim with Jasob, behold e! white, and sperbly embroidered ith em an. tated to proclaim it with candour and energy.-
it is Leah.i tle will bes21 feet long, lbed with ermile, to They have declared that i respecting te rights
Bie the hev. Mr. Savon, of Dover. American be borne by seven noblemen-the embroide- and independence of every legitimate Power, they
Independenice-Born the fourth of July, 1776- ry to consist.ofRoses, Thistles and Shamrocks, regard as legally null and disavowed by the prin-
ftfivyears old this (lay-ay it live to threage of medallions of the crown, surrounded with ciples which eonstituie the public a tw of Europe,
Methuselah, and thenbe in its full prime and glory, rays, and naval and military trophies. After all pretended reform effected by revolt and open
it has been worn, it becomes the perquisite force. They have acted in consequence of this
FOREIGN NEW S. of the Master of the Robes.-The other robe declaration, in thle events of Naples, in those of
B recent arris tNe Yorkfrom Liverool. l consist of an nr dress trunk ose Piedmant, in those even hinch under very differ-
IAUSTImA. s TRIEASTE, IAT l 13. ered. The armillas will be tied in front with to incalculable convulsions.
Affairs of Turkey. sgold crds, with tassels of the richest bullion. Their Majesties are the more firmly resolved,
SHE Ottoman army has taken the field The King's sword, scabbard and belt is of the notto depart from this system, since they con-
J for the uppression of the Greek insur- most costly workmanship and finish-the hilt sider the perseverance with which they maintain-
reoti'on. Qt the 19th ult. its vanguard ad- studded with brilliant. These robes are said edit during so critical a period, as the true use
vanchd torbtazila, the Greeks falling back to have been ll directed by his Majesty, do the success whwhich their erts for the estab-
atF Ih tlo a advanced. Y tS.AsNT, aind TnE- infinite credit, to liis taste, and are said to ex- lishment Of tranquillity ii Italy hare been accom-
of G a a i eet k r .They panied. The Governments of the Peni have
I u he tw-leaders ofthe Grecian bands, ceew every teinomed win in Europe. t en acknowledged hat thie have nothing to appieeand
"a' 'a ^ to Be' st^ei' a -~,- will rive em'"lnset aG mm, -iI.,r ,..i., l, ,.
their united troops, which V o not exceed A"A(5 ... .' ,_ '-*"'. --- ---------- :- .
15,000, are compelled to exist by pillaging The robes of the Dukesisf York and lar- territories, wileni they had reconf s e uo .i t,,
friends and enemies. There had been some ence, and Prince Leopold, are magnificent. tince which was afforded them, on-tdie sin ei .
army op-rations, but nothing definitive had The Coronation will probably take place edition that they should take advantage of itr tfr
taken place. As the insurgents have lost all before the middle of July. defence if their own existene. It is this recipro
hone of assistance from Russia and Austria, The Court of Claimes is in frequent session cAl rt fidence which has saved Italv--wshich has,
their sppr sion is in evitabl a. to act on the etitionsofpersons claing i in the space f months, eingishedcoi
Most horrid accorunts cont:ne to reach us Coronation right. The Rev. Mr. Dymoke's gratin w hich, without the interfericeof theaAL-
-from Constaatinople. The proposition to claim to act as the King's Champion has been beautiful country,d anfor aolated the whole of that
massacre all the Christian dogs," had again allowed. The claim ofthe Baroness Greyde aced the restof Europe
been made, and for rsistig which, the Witham, to carry the silver spurs, has also Nothing has more fully demonstrated the force
GRAND VIzsIan, and the Mufty, had been been allowed. that that moral spring which connected the safety
strip of their authority. All obstruction s oftaly with the determninationi of the Monarchs
being removed, the Turks commenced by pil- CRCULAR DESPATCH. than the prompt and happy denoemetof the re-
laging the Christian merchants, thOen by at- Of the ALLIED SOVERF1GNS to all the volt which had broke out in Piedmo ant. Cce
laainga d p itin to death s, the Greek Pa- COURTS OF EUROPE spil'ators, some of whom were foreigners, hai
tacking ayAndtheMembers theSynod;and Sy e C'in rs ofAllied mad' the pre!saratiotts afotthis new crime, and re-
tiarch. and the Members ofthe Synod; and Sovereigns and of their Cabinets at Troppan, re- sorted to the most detestable of all revolutionary
continuing their enormities on all the Chris- solved on in consequence if tLe events which had measures for its attainment, putting in array a-
tianris they fell in with. Intire streets in Pera overturned the legitimate Government of Naples against the constituted authority, that armed force
(the quarter of the city in which the Chris- was destined to fix the point of view in which it which was created to be obedient to it, and to pre-
tiams and Jews principally reside) were set was fit to place itself with respect to these banieful serve the public tranquillity. The victim of treach-
on fire, and all the inhabitants, not excepting events, to concert together on one common course, cry, totally unaccountable, if any thing may be so
women and children were either burned or and to combine in. one spirit of justice, preserva- | called, since political crimes ill find in Europe*
assassinated. The most blood thirsty are tion and moderation, the proper measures to se- persons daring enough to undertake their defence,
thnassassrnatised troops foin Asia; they arrive cure Italy from a general overthrow, and the teigh- a Sovereign in the enjoyment of a just title to the
the now raised troops from Asiaring States from the ost imminent dangers, respectandaffection of his subjects was compelled
by forced marches to protect the Crescent, Thanks to the happy conformiity of views amni dis- to descend from a throne which lie had adorned
and then plunder the property, and lmurJer positions which prevailed between the three Au- by his virtues ; a considerable part of the troops
the male children, and ravish their wives and gust Sovereigns, this first task was very soon ful-. were drawn into the abyss by their example and in-
daughters. filled. Principles clearly expressed and recipro- trigiues of afew ambitious men ; nd -thie seditious
As soon as the troops from Asia had placed a1ly embrtced With all the sincerity of an intimate cry of tle anti-social iftetion resounded from the
themselves under the command of the new conviction, conducted to analogous res'lsntions, and capital to the provii'ces. The Monarchs assem-
Grand Vizier BFfDFsias ALT, thev commenc- the hiases established since the first conferences, niedi at Laybach were not dilatory in answering it.
ad the indiscriminate massacre of tl Chris- have been invarial ih- followed dtrin.g the whole That assemblage was composed of persons whose
tians.heIt is ndided, that esinr to these exces&-1 course1ofi Congreas, distinguished by thi most re. resolute spirit soars shote every danger ; their
tians. [It is added, thatown tothese excess- markable resls voice wais heard. Immediately the faithful cer-
es of the neow Grand Vizier he had been sent Trainsferred to Layliach, thiis congress assumed vants of the King, feeling that lthey were not for- -
into'exile to Cyprus, after exercising the office a mno e. decided character, by the presence aind salen, exerted themselves with their remaining
of Prime Afinister for ten days.) concurrence e of theKing of thie Two Sicilies, and resources to combat the enemies of their country
by tie unautimonins assent with which the Prinees of and their national glory ; the legitimniate power,
PAtS, JUNE 2. Very strong remonstrances Italy acceded to the system adopted by the Allied thointh limited indl paralysed in its action, was not
have been made to the allied Sovereigns a- Cabinets. The Monarchs were convinced that the less judicious in its efforts fort thie maintenance ot
against the atrocities cillmitted by the infui- Governments moat immediately interested in the its rights and dignity ; and succours arriving at the
riate urks against thie Christians ; and they destinies of the Peninsulat would render justice o critical moent, the tip of the good cause
have been called upon toaveng'e the cause of thin pitrity uf'-heir intentions. and thmata inore'ign wvas quickly acconmplished. Piedmont has been
tase Crossagan sttle snpreeenetnedbar- c i themost painful situation -by acts a ith delivered in ifewt days, and of that Revolution,
theCross, against these unpre ceden ted bar- hich perfidy:nu vionce had learned to associate in which thie ll of more than one Governament
bates. It is added, that several of tle us- his name, |oi accede in full continence to menis- we, contemplated, niothingi remains hiut the shame-
sian Embassy had been assailed, .and the im- ures which must at once put an em.n! to this state of ful recollections of its guilty authors.
perial flag flying on the hotel of the Embas- moral captivitv, anil restore to hlip .- itiifutil subjects It is thus, in foloowring without deviation the es-j
sy'had been pierced with balls. The Janis- the repose andil happiness ofswhiech criminal factions tablished principles, and the line of conduct traced
series (the household troops of the Ottoman had deprived them. out frinm the tirst days of their union, the Allied
Porte) are said to have been foremost in the Tie ieffrct of these measures soon manifested it- Moparls Ihiaveuticcorled in pacifying Italy. Their
murder and pillage. sel' Thie edifice raised by revolt, as fragile in its direct object is attained-none of the measures
All the native Christians in Asiatic Turkey construct in as vicious in its pri-ii iplcs, reposing which have thence proceeded has bellied thie leclar-
have fled to the mountains.-ThoseaFit Smyr- only on tie enmining of' some, ,i't ihie ninemomientiy actions that truth aRd good faith inspired them.-
have fled to the mountains.-Those at Smyr-blindiness of others, condemne -- the immense Thev will con-inue faithful to them whatever new'
na, &c. have sought shelter on board the ves- majortiy of thie nation, odious c ,n to the army proof Providence may have reserved for them.-
sels; and'the grand bazaar of the Jews had froined to defend it, crumbled to pieces on the Called upon more than ever, as wells all other le-
been set on fire. first contact with thie regular force which was des- gitimate Sovereigns and P'owers, to watch over the
Prince YPSILANTI has been joined by Prince lined to overthrow it, and which has demonstratedi peace of Europe, to protect it, not only against the
CAb TECCZE'A, a descendant of the Greek I nothingness. Thie legitimate authority is aes- errors and passions which ight coumpromise it in
Emperors. His broth er DEAri.ets is in 0- tablishied. The factious are disturbed. Thi Ner- the relations between Power n s l 1'ower, but pah-
dessa. ALt RttayzA a banished Vizer, has l'oliis s people ar: delivered froin ic tyranny of' ticulirly against all those b haneful attempts which
been dappinted to act against tee Gm'eeks of thise aiirhicinns incposto's, sho, in lulling t lve w the jud mehtse th telie orldtetn horrners of
the Mora. A letter from Leghorn, o1 thin them tie most cruel vexations, itupis um 1101 thens laiie a vocation so august, tyte narrow calculations
19tls Ma, states tat the Greekls arc arming enormous s acnie ice, for the rile benefit oi thei'iu ts 'lgari plicy. As everything is simple, open,
a mreat many cruisers in the Archipelago a- ambitions ant cpidity, and t prhceede s iti rat in s einthie system hich thy have
garost the Ottomans; it ic said thsoy are much steps toward the irirep-uiible ruin of a country of embraced, thiey submit it with confidence to the
enraged against the Ecglis who are suspect- ahich tnney never ceased to call theiselnes the judgment of all einilighiteited governments.
ed of having given information to thinet Turlks, regetier'ators. 'rhit tohgress tiow closing will be renewed ito
so as to have frustrated some revolts, partic- This important restoration hiss kingd consumatmd thie course of next ve ur. The term to be fixed or
de tein thin affair ofPatrais at fa'r as it could ot' ourth of tone by the Councils thme mlshines which, swith the consent of all the
uheaIy Pith hic ar t ss.nd etoitsa ofnhe Ableakl Powers. Nov that the Courts of Italy, and pcarticularly those of Naepoles
Vto .nwso MAt 23. Hostilities having corn- Kingof t thinwo Sicilisr is invested saiet with the nih ciurin, have been jnilgei necisary to confirm
mncced between thop reeks ant Walla"!ian leittue of his tie'li t, the Msona d s einflo-' the ttiant iilitv oftily l'eniisuha, y ill be then atken
fromour frontii's, tha in s ae Couniloft staner thepnsQsdtiirys nich this eoveritgn is go. netswii bh hi-u to theg examination of this question
hs 0et ordnters tOreor the cot'unc o in to apt f re-biuiltdiung k ist governimcnh upon th isame spirit which has hitherto directed them.
oo the fonTier oTurke. oThe idstituttti on the ceal interests of his suejercns, and hthin res lre s, had dcteooinc ed tche Sovereigns to

Loanofe, May 30.-Tite measures for the amidst thin agitations' which Italy experienced linoe Yoe are, in conneqoeccc, charg~ed to wini~uoi-


5", '-I
- ~w

cite s this isptb to the Miister of FtgnAf-
*airs oftlhe Court to which you are ae'cretlited.
You will receive at the same time a 'Declaratkio
conceived in tht same spirit -which the Cab2nets
have caused to be proposed and printed, that the
public of Europe-ay .know the sentiments and
prmciples with'whie the august Sovereigns arc
aniOrated, and which will serve constantly to g9ide
their policy. Receive, &c.

Nan ss, MAY 7. His Majesty our Sove-
reign arrived in his capital yesterday from
Rome, and forthwith issued his Proclamation,
denouncing the authors of the numerous and
serious crimes which were committed during
the late revolution ; to some of which his
Majesty was compelled to give his assent by
the most imposing coercion. His Majesty in
addition to the Military commission already
organized, has been pleaded to convoke a
Naval Court Martial for the trialof the ma-
-sine officers connected with the late transac-
The utmost tranquillity prevails in every
part of the kingdom. ,

Panrs, Joits 2. While some accounts re-
present the affairs.ofYrSt, arrmr as desperate,
others affirm, that he was it the flood tide of
success; and letters have been received
which assert, that he has made himself mas.
ter of Adrinople [130 riles W. of Constanti-
nople] and was marching on the capital. Op-
posed to this, other statements are, that the
Turkish army stronglyy reinforced from
Asia) had passed the Danube-were in full
Search for Bucharest and Tergo'isto, and
were expected to take possession of Jassy,
in Moldavia, by the 8th f' May.- The last
Vienna advises seem to favour this last state-
ment ;-the Aulic Council, in consequence of
the approach of the war towards the Aus-
trian frontier, having ordered troops:to that
The Greek Insurrection continues highly
interesting.-It appears to extend daily; and
to exist on the sea as well as on the lind. Most
of the Tturkish navigation, it is well known,
is prosecuted by Grecian seamen; and the
last accounts say they were fitting out numer-
ous cruisers to attack the vessels which are
commanded by Turks.

LONDON, Jvus 2 to 8, 1821.
The Coronation, -Ve. The Royal ex-
cursion to Ireland will take place immediately
after the Coronation. The Peers and Gen-
tlemen of the Household have been summon-
ed to attend his Majesty in state. Soon alter
the ling's return from Ireland, he will com-
mence his journey to his kingdom of Hano-
ver; and, it is said, will visit Paris, Vienna,
and Berlin, before he retlurns.-His Majesty.
has never yet set his foot on the European
continent. ----
Fantastical Dress. The Band of Gen-
tlemen Pensioners* are ordered to appear in
their ancient costume at the Coronation, ,ind
,wiH lut d dash.--f(ieir dress is to consist of a
jacket, and short breeches, of scarlet rover,
ed with narrow gold lace, and to hittre 1200
sugar-loaf buttons on each dress. They are
to wear sashes of light blue velvet, scarlet
stockings, black shoes with' white rosettes;. a
strait sword; a short mantle edged with gold
billion, fastened to the shoulder by immense
'bows; ruffs round the neck; and bonnets
with three white feathers puckered round the
crown, the hat drawn up in front with a gold
loop. [*This ebatd was instituted in 1509,*
and consists of a (Cptain (the Earl of Cour.
town) a Lieutenant, standard bearer, secFetary,
t patmaster, harbinger, ax.keeper, messenger,
gentlemen, ail Esquires.]
1Ir. Cnse-o is spoken -f as resuming his
seat in the Cabinet, as First Lo'-d of the Ad-
miralty; Lord Mtvnti.S to 'assume some
other office. Mr. C's talents are wanted in
the administration.
The bill introduced by Sir J. MACItiWTosH,
to mitigate the punishment of forgery (ex-_
""' "t in some importanlt-cas-es)'f oni death to
transportation, has been lost in the House .of
-'Commons 11I to 115. The Marquis ofLon-
denderry opposed some of its provision in all
the stages of the bill.
All the Monarchs and Ministers lately
composing the Congress of Laybach have re-
turned home. The Emperor of Russia pass-
ed Warsaw the 21st May.
JNapleg.-S-me of the Carbonari having
attempted to disturb the peace in Calabria,
have -been tried and ordered to be shot.

The conduct qf the Mussulmen in Constan,
tinople in murdering the Christians excites
universal horror. In their defence they say,
that.the example of severity was set them by
the Greeks, in their murders committed at
Larissa, &c. Both these sects hold each other
in too much hatred and contempt. The ig-
norant disciple of Mahomet having been
taught to call the disciples of Jesus dogs,"
very easily thinks them no better, and can
say, with the utmoqt sasg froid, while cutting
off their heads, 's/ie bolzie" (don't be afraid)
to die. At the last dates the massacres had
ceased. --
Count LAVELLETTE.-This celebrated
Buonapartist, who was sentenced to death
for treason in 1815, and who escaped from
.prison with the aid of his heroic lady, has re-
ceived the pardon of the King of France, and
has returned to Paris. He was Post-Master-
General underBvooatyaATE, adhered to Louis
18th, and afterwards betrayed him.

Timbn r Trade. The bill to equalize the
duties oin Ti mer has received the royal as.
sent. Its piissage has created much dissatis.
faction, the Opposition contending that its
tendency will be to sacrifice the trade with
Norway and Russia, to benefit the shippers
of (British) American timber. Lord LAUDEa-
Brzs entered his protest against it.
The last proceedings of the Spanish Cortes
indicated, ttlat the prospects Of -acification
between Spaln,and her most northern Plrovir.-
ces,contnnued to brighten; and that theVice-
Kingdoms, on being permitted to have inde.
pendent Legislative Bodies, would acknowl-
edge FERnn-sADtn as their King, and receive
Don CAntos, and Don PFANCISCO Enz PAuLo,
(the King's brothers) as Viceroys, &c.-
[( rThis prospect we think will be dissipat--d
by later advices from Spanish America -
and, ttat it will be fond, though the Colum-
bian Minister in Europe dlid make a proposi-
tion, to form a "confederated government"
with Spain, which the Spanish Minister at
first rejected, but which it now appears the
Spanish government is thinking better of;
that the Columbian Congress will! not now
enter into any treaty w.thl Spain, but on the
condition tliat they shall be acknowledged
sovereign and independent.]
Gen. Monir.Lo (long celebrated in the war.
-annals of the Spanish colonies) holds the'
most important military command in Spain-
Captain-General ofNew Castile. He is form-.
ing a camp, of 2200 men near Madrid.


[This nobleman appears to be doomed to
newspaper notoriety.-He had long been hail-
ed as tlhe grea.tDefender of theTrial by Jury ;
under the W.iig Administration he was Lord
High Chancellur of the kingdom; is now one
on' the 1 '-.rsa of.Opposition in the British
Hogs ofPcers, and lately figured on the trial

bf tlfueen. For. some time past his to
amestic affairs have frequently been brought
before the public th-ough the newspapers.
It will'be recollected that a few years since,
his Lordship took a trip to Scotland with a
lady whom he had protected several years
as a mistress; and was there married. Soon
lfter, his Lordship, having suspicions of the
constancy of his lady, instituted proceedings
against her in order to obtain a divorce But
Lady EaSKIEis z was too sharp for him. His
Lordship has lately made another attempt to
get rid of his rib, but in vain. He charged
her with adultery; and her Ladyship retorted
the charge on his Lordship. On the 25th
May, the cause came on again in the Spiritual
Court, when the counsel of Lord E. moved
for the dismission of the suit; but the lady
offered an affidavit to prove, that his Lord-
ship had attempted to keep back-one of her
witnesses, whose evidence was material to
prove the adultery of Lord E. and the fact
of her having been taken by his Lordship in
a carriage for the purpose of being carried
to a house of unbecoming celebrity. The
affidavit was objected to, as irregular and
suspicious; and Sir WItIA7x Sco*r rejected
it. The question on the dismission of tihe
suit was argued, and Sir WILtIAM gave notice
that he should give judgment at a future da).
On the Monday after Lord ERSKIxE publish.
ed the following note:]- *
Sin,-I-have read with the utmost surprise, in
several newspapers, the reports of what passed on
Friday last in the Consistorial Court, in the suit
which I preferred against Lady Erskipne for adul-
tery. Not having been myself present, I do not
know whether they, or any of them, are-correct or
incorgeet ; but I feel myself bound, in justice to my
own character, to declare through you to the pub-
lic what the case actually was:--I had preferred
(as I have just stated) a suit against Laudy Erskine
foradul.ery ; but, in the course of it, circumstances
having come to rmy knowledge which fully convin-
ced me of her innt.cence, I directed my proctor,
Mr. Nicholl, to withdraw iy suit, which was ac-
cordingly done, andafterwarnds delivered to him and
So my senior counsel, Dr. Swabey, a written paper
to that effect, and entreated them that this reason
might be staftd in open court, in justice to Lady
We haed also agreed on a deed of separation; but
because I would not execute it until the suit had
been withdrawn, that my motive for withdrawing
it might iot be misinterpreted, the suit was contin-
ued by L:.dy Erskine's proctors against me, which
gave the opportunity of reading my paper in court,
or of having the effect of it Stated by my counsel :
but, from the reports of what passed in several
newspapers, I found, to Amy great surprise,nmy coun-
sel maintaining Lady .Ersk'ne's guilt, though the
evidence still continued secret, and though I ihad in-
structed them to declare my fullest conviction of
her innocence, and imputing also to me the base-
ness of cohabiting with her, believing her to be
guilty, though no such allegation was before the
Cou-t. Being ignorant of what passed in Court,
I impute neither malice nor mistake to any of the
several reporters ; but knowing that my proctor
and my learned counsel must confirm what I have
stated, it is my intention to attend in the Court on
the 5th of June, being the next court day, to justi-
fy my conduct to the worhl.
In the paper above-mentioned, which I desired
might either be read or tire purport of it brought
before tthi Court, I stated, that having now a full
conviction of her innocence, I should think i': wick-
ed to submit to the Court for its judgment, and to
the world through the publication of the evidence,
whiatin my cons;cience I believed to be unfounded.
I am, Sir, your obedient servant,
Sunday, May 27. 'ERSKINE.

'"foue of Commons. The Chancellor of theEx-
chequer brought forward his annual exposi-
tion of the finances, technically called the
Budget. The Rt. Hon. Gentleman -took a
comparative view of the present, with the
expenditure of the past year, i-nd stated that
the amount fir the different services this
'yearwas 18,021,8001. while:that for the last
!ad been 19,67 .6881. Asstnmihg that the
Hous-e ould.give its sarnction to the full ex-
tent 6f the proposed estimates, a reduIcti.oj
of expenditure-. wontd-- b e----.ee'S nWi .' a-
-nmbr6of I651, S8i. which by diminution of
Exchequer bills wnuld be augmented to.an
entire saving of 1,800,0001. Having stated
these general results of the comparative esti-
mate, we subjoin an accurate statement of
Supply, and Wayand Ways and Means, omitting those
of 1820:- The Ri enue.
supprl. 1821
Army 8,750,000
Navr -. 6,176,700
rdinancee 1.19,100
Miscellaneous 900,000

By lhe reduction cfunfunded dealt, viz.
Irish treasury bills '- 500,000
Bills for public works -206,400
---- 76,400
WATS .AND MEANS. F.siletite for :821.
Annual taxes 4,000,000
(Excise duties) Tea duties 1,500,00
Lottery -- 00,000
Old stores .- --- 163,400

Surplus of pecuniary indemnity, paya-
ble by the French government --
Exchequer bills for public works repaid
Surplus ways and means, 1820


Sininkig fund loan, viz.
Great Britain 12,500,000
Ireland --- 500,000
-- 13,000,000
Bank of Ireland, mencrease of capital,
500,000 Irish currency) being in'
ritish currency 461,539
5,000,000 Loan
7,000,000 funding exchequer bills -
i, 0,031,569
rNFUNDED DET. 0,015692
*CSSCoStT nKBT 1821.
Exchequer Bills 29,00t0,00o
Irish Treasury Bills 1,000,000

By reduction of Unfunded Debt 706,400
It appears that in the last year an actual
diminuatinn of debt had. been effected, a-
mounting to nearly eighteen hundred thou-
sand pounds, and tlie most confidentl..bpes
are held out that clear sinking fund will be
obtained in the present year of 1 4,000,000.-
The Right Hon. gentleman, in conclusion of
a clear and perspicuous statement, observed
that there never was period at wlich grea-
ter strides were making to repair its fin.,nci-
al concerns, and establish trhem on a founda-
tion of as permanent durability as human pru-
dence is capable of foreseeing or compre.

S. CAROLIM.. cnanH.LESTor, JUNE 28.
We learn by Capt. VtqNCiNT direct from
St. Mary's; that the ship 'leteor with the U.
S. troops on board, accompanied by the U.S.
sch. Porpoise, had returned to Fernandina
from off St. Yugustine-the Spanish Governor
not yet being ready to transfer his command
to the American officers! It was understood,
, however, 'that, the Spanish Commander hIad
fixed on the 1st July for the surrender; and
that in Conseqtrence the troops would I sail
forthwith to St. Augustine to be ready to
receive it.
BAILTI.r31 JoLy 6. We have just receiv-
ed advices from a highly respectable source,
Curracoa, June 14. It is true, the royal-
ists have reoccupied Laguira, but they must
yield it up on the first appearance of the Pa-
triot forces.---These forces are concentrating,

and when united, .will -compose an army of
rising 1800 choice troops, commanded by Bo-
I livar Paez, Bermuda, and Urnadetta.-A gen-
eral battle will speedily be fought, and as the
Royalists have an inferior force, the event
cannot be doubtful. Old Spaniards are every
day flying from thie Maine, in despair. Six
vessels have sailed from this place to bring
off royalists and their property from Laguira."

'I HE PRESIDENT of the United States has
arrived at the seat of government, from Vir.
ginia, but was so seriously indisposed as to
be unable to attend the celebration 'of the
anniversary of Independence, or to receive
congratulations on the occasion. The last
letters say he is better.

The West-Point Cadets, under Major
Won-r, have probably ere this left :their
seminary foir Albany, to commence their
march for this town. As instruction and ob-
servation, as well as exercise, are. objects
contemplated by their tours, their march will
not be rapid ; and they 'may not arrive here
until the close of the monthly. We i.inder-
stand they take scientific sutireys ofthe coun-.
try through whiclithey march,'asd measure
the heights and distances ,of all 'el6atiois
which at any future period may' e 'found
necessary to be occupied asmilitarypositions.
The Cadets are limited, by law to 250 in
number; are arranged into companies of
non-commissioned officers annj pr"aeies ; sra
trained and taught all the rluti-s rf ..'piivai:e,
non-commissiuned officer, and officer I and
are to be encamped at lea ihlree months of
each year, and instructed in all the duties *in-
cidentto a regular camp. Noone can be en-
tered a Cadet inder 14, or over't years of
age, and they engage to serve fivg years un-
less sooner discharged.. Their~pay' is 16 dol-
lars per month, and two rations per day.
When arty Cadet lhas received a regularr de-
gree from the Academic staff, after going
through all the classes, he is considered as
among the candidates for a commission in
any corps, and if there is not, at the time
vacancy in such corps, he-may be. attached
Ito it at the discretion of the President, by-
brevet of the lowest grade; until a vacancy
shall happen. The number ixppeted tbo ar-
rive here is 200.-Accordihg tb alite fetuin,
the present Cadet corps belofigtb ;the States
as follows :-To New-Hampshire 9 ;-,Massa-
chusetts 22 ;-Rhode-Island 4;-Connecticut
11;-Vermont 11 ;--New-York 37'; -New-.
Jersey 10 ;-Pennsylvania 30.;--Delaware 3';
-Maryland 13 ;-Virginia26;-North-Caro-
lina 8;-South-Carolina 12 ;-Georgia 4;-.
Kentucky 9;-Tennessee 6;--Oliib 6;;-Lou-
isiana 2 ;-Mississippi 2 ;-Illinso' 1 ;-Indi-
ana 1;-Alabama 2;-Missouri 2, and Michi-
gan 2.-District of Columbia 9. '. .

JMavy f.lpartment, AJy 5, 1821.,.
An examination of Alidshipmen wil- take place
at the Navy Yard. Brooklyn, New Yolk,on the first
Tuesday in October next; and all entitled to tihe
benefit of the same are required to report them-
selves, for that purpose, to this Department.
None will be admitted to an examination who
do not come within the following classes, via;
Those whose Warrants bear date between the
Ist of January, 18t4, and.the tst of April, '1815.
Those who were not fournd qualified at the 'last
examination, and those wd o could not present
themselves by reason o( their absenE, on, duty,
from the Urnited States. '

OVery short arrival, from. Eurapie it Neaw ork, have
brought London nes to the sthJuie.. ". "-
The Congress of Sovertignsfand Minmsters
before they separated issued a ,i't, D cU-
.ration of their motives. pi-rceedings, and f-u.-
,lu-estntianwo --s'" et 1 ur nforma ion ; aido
afterwards the Prime Mirnsters'aof .91utria
Sand Russia were directed by their Masters
to transmit separate Circulais to all tne
Courts of Europe, and probably to the gov-
ernment of the United States, explaining,and
justifying those motives and conduct ;-con-
demning the proceedings in Naples and Pied-
mont which made their interference indispen.
sable ;-solemnly protesting against the char.
ges by which they have been accused of hlav.
ing been actuated by ambition, a restless
spirit, or lust of dominion ; avering that they
have not in any instance, belied their- former
declarations; and boldlyannouncing their de-
termination to continue faithful to their meas-
ures, whatever new proof I'rovidenrca may
have reserved for them. Called," they add,
to watch over the peace of nrope, to project
it not only aeiainst the errors aid paesions -which
Might compromise it in the relations between,
power and power, but pArrTCULanI.Y against'
all those banef/ul attempts which would deliver
the civilized -world to the horrors of an uiivert,
sal anarchy, they thought they should profane
a vocation so august by the narrow calculations
of a vulgar policy. .ds every thing is simple,
open and frankly avowed, in the system which
they have embraced, they submit it in confidence
to the judgment fall enlightenedgcvernments.r1
[A copyof this Circular will be found in9 ou.
columns.] Lord Loniio Dnmary, in the British
House of Commons, acknowledged that fhe
copies of these circulars printed in the p'-
pers, were correct, and Mr. S. Won rrL.v pro.
nounced the principles avowed in them to be
highly dangerous to British Liberty, and gave'
notice that he should shortly call the atten-
tion of the House to them.
(lj'The advices'received from Turkey con-
tinued to be distressing to humanity, re-
counting' as they did numerous assasina.
tions of Christians and Niahometans, by mad-

that the Revolution in the Grecian" Stttes
bordering on the Archipelago, and the-isles
thereof, gathered strength and consistency ;
but accounts from the other pnri'ts ofEuropian
Turkey continued too eontradlctory toI wr.-
rat t any anticipations of the result. The r it-
toman Porte was certainly making great ef-'
.forts to quell all the insurrections. -
0-In France, Germany, Russia, &c. eiel-y
thing remained peaceable and stationary.'
0jIn Spain parties continued vindictive ;
but the Constitutionalists were every where
.the lords of the Ascendant. Numerous ex-
cesses were daily committed op thie Anti-
Constitutionalists and Clergy, disgraceful to
any nation pretending to be governed by
('rIn England, affairs of Finance, and tlhe
Coronation and'Journies of the King,engross-
ed most of the public attention. The Opposi-
tion were constantly goading thIe Ministers
to retrench the expenses ofthie State, and to
abolish useless offices, and were continually
holding out the example of America for imi-
tation. The Ministers answered, that thie ex-
penses of the nation had been lessened nearly
twb millions sterling this year ;--that since
the wa' 20 millions of taxes hiad been abol-
ished ;-that thie public stocks were continu-
ally rising and furnishing evidence of thie eli-
gible state of the public credit; and that
the condition of England would not suffer by

a comparison with that of any other kingdom
in Europe ; and the Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer remarked, that even the-United
States, with all their retrenchments, republi-
can economy, and acknowledged prosperity,
lhad this year been conpellned to resort to a
loan of several millions to defray the ordinary
expenses of the government.

Of the late celebration of the AJnuiver-
sary of Independence.
Ix WASHINGTION, the day was damp,
but the hilarity was universal. "The Ca'pi-
tol" says the National Intelligencer, "was
crowded with avery respectable assemblage
of ladies and citizens, to hear the reading of
the Declaration of Independence, which our
readers already know, was to be actompa-
nied by an Address by the Hon Jons Q uis-
cr AnsAss. Of the matter and manner of
that Address we cannot speak in terms ade.
quate to its merits. The profound attention
of a crowded audience during its delivery,
and the burst of applause which followed it,
evince the impression which it made bn the
hearers. We were most agreeably disap-
pointed in finding that, instead of a brief ad-
dress, such alone as we supposed the short-
ness of the notice would allw, Mr. AnAsS
had prepared, and so far studied as to de-
liver with action suited to the word, a finish-
ed Oration-such as might have been expect.
ed from his pen, had two months, instead of
two weeks, been given to its preparation.
Of this masterly production, expecting that
it will be permitted to be published, we shall
not here attempt an analysis. L[.r. Anass
has complied with thesrequest of a committee to
furnish, a copy for the press.] It will give
some 'idea of its comprehensiveness to say,
that the Orator commenced withl the origin
of human society, tracing from the dark ages,
ti) the era of our independence, the usurpa.-
tions of kingeraft and priestcraft, and the
submission of men to their .authority, until,
:gradually obtaining, through the lapse ofa-
ges, a knowledge of their rights, they saw
them at length in their full extent,ind the men
.of America burst asunder the Lilliputian ties
which had bound them down, and declared in
th most solemn manner, the'only true prin-
ciples of government-asserting the equal
i riglits of man, and the supremacy of the pop.
ular will. Here Mr. ADAMS introduced and
real, with great effect, the original of that
illustrious instrument, the Declaration of Ins
dependence. Then, resuming his discourse,
he pointed out in what consisted the great
importance of that event in our history, and
,the reasons which recommend its heart-
felt and perpetual commemoration; That
it proclaimed our separation from Britain,
however great an incident that is justly con-
sidered, he shewed to b.e of infinitely less
importance than the solemn denial, then for
,the first time made, of the emanation 6f all
power and rights from Kings, and the asser.
tion of its origination with the People, ic.
The Treaty of Peace of 1783 was quoted to
show how our Independence, thus based and
thus declared, was recognized by the King.of
England. Passing oB to -tho formation of
our Constitution, and thence beyond that
epoch,- Mr. A. brought up the history of our
country to this day, concluding with an elo.
quent vindication of the literary and scientific
character of our country from the sarcasms
and cavils of European writers, and an asser-
tion of the brilliant success that has thus far
attended our system of government, which
has already endured for more than one gene-
ration of the sons of men. We will say no
more of this performance, at present, than
that we hope it will soon be in the hands of
all our readers, in ashape which will enable
then to preserve it for their own benefit and
for thatof their posterity, as being the best
exposition of the causes, motives, and.effects
of our revolution, that, in so compenidious a
shape, is any where to be met with.
A public dinner was given, at which the
Mayor of the city presided, asisted by Gen.
B',ROWN and Commiodore TiNSET. Of the
guests, were M. DE NEVVIlEL, the Minister of
France, and suite, the Baron STACKEr.Guao,
Representative of Sweden, and the French
Consul-General., Of the celebraiors were
the. Secretarie'" "tef T r. -...., 'W.ir a rl
Navy,, and many other civil, military, naval,
-and prudential officers. The toasts wereex-
, cellent.-The following is a sample :
3 Political and Religious Freedom: First sol-
emnly recognized by our Declaration of, Id-pen-
dence ; may. it never want able heads, stout hearts,
and willing hands, to support it!
4. The Memory of Washington.
t T'he great men who imparted the first im-
pulse to thle ball of Revolution:" There were i-i-
ants on earth in those days.
8. John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James
Madlison, ex-Presisients oif the United States: TIhe
orb nf the sun ;a yet more glorious in its decline
than in its meri-lian splendoutr.
11. Literature and tmhe Arts: First Freedom and
then Glory.
By the Secretary of State.-France, the first al-
ly* of our Indepetdence.
A ht the Mliuister of France.,~-Tlhe Republic of
the United States: May it ever be prosperous and
happy !
-By the Secretary oj the Treasury.-The People
of the United States: Best governed because self-
governed. '
By the Secretary of Wpr.-Edueation, Elec-
tions, and the Freedoml of the Press: If duly priz-
ed, our Libertv will be imperishable.
-By the Secretary of the Javy.-May the Spirit
of Seventy-Six still animate this itepublic, and the
union is indissoluble.
By Baron. ,_taekelberg.-Prosperity aud happi-
ne-s to all nations.
'By .Ilaj. Gen. Brown.-The progicss of knowl-
edlge: If its march keeps time within the nation's ad-
vance in power, our institutions will be eternal.
0xNumerous other volunteers were given,
bhlt none containing much novelty, by Col.
Leavenworth, Messrs. Frye,Hay, Rhodes, and
Forrest, Dr. Jones, and Lt. Lee.
0 We heard a toast given on the 4ti of July, to Spain, as
the first ally tothe U. S. It was a mistake, i'-rane.- ac-
ktnswledged swedenlrennimark, Spain and Russia in 1783, and Prussia
in 1785. I'f we renetber correctly, the first warlike sup-
plies we received, were a presrn6 of brass artillery, froni
Spain, which were landed in this town.
Salem M.echanic association "
SThe Charitable Mechanic Association of
Salein, on the 4th did nut forget, in their
toasts, their brother Mechanic FA'KKLIIN,
nir the' Great Architect of their country's
glomy, WA'StwIorsa ; nor the son of a me-
chanic, President MONtOE ; nor the stcaly
;patron of Mechanics, Governor BnooKs. We
find too, that of their guests, were John G.
King, Esq. the Hlon. BI. W. Crownirshield,
Willard Peele, John Howard, and .TJoseph E,.
Spra-'ue, EUqrs. and Col. John Russell, who
remembered in their libations, the men who
direct the operations of the Wedge, thie Le-
ver and the Screw, for the benefit of man-
kind, and the alleviation of the distresses of
.thumanauity. Col. Russell gave-" The Me-
clianic Association-Ever pressing forward
in the fair line of friendship-m:ty a sheeps-
faot be crammed down the throat of him who
would slfuabble .te -well-composed matter of
which it is madevp." [For an explanation of
these technicals, (adds the editor of the Sa-
lem tGazette) apply to the printer.]
Officers of the Se/'m .Issociation.-Mr.'
John Howanrd, President ; Nltmriiel l' othl-
inghami, Vice-President; }it'jamiritn Blanchlard,
'Treasurer ; Thiiuimas Need t'n, 'ecr-t-ry ;--
William Ropes, jun. Perly 1'rtnasn, William
Hook, Daniel Bancroft, William Lane, Jo-
seph Edwards, and Samiel Bartull, Trustees.

Mr. JcNirus-BauTus BOOTH, of Drury-lane
and Covent Garden theatres, and Lady, have
arrived at Norfolk from England via Mad:ira.
A Sow of Mr. James Viles, of Walthan, on
Saturday last had a litter of 8 pigs,all of which are
no* alive. If they live, and do well, it is intended
to exhibit tlem at the next Cattle Show in Brighton.


a FF./IIRS OF 0 X9W ". wrongerfdAny ni n his life'." By industryand
The Maine papers show, that after much steady habits he aeuired an.ampleeompetency, and
h stng, the electioneering continuedI to fitd pirasure in tile moderate pursuit
harshootg, the electoneerng campaign of Is vocation to tie lost month of hislife--Though
for Governor has commenced in ear-nest, a peaceable citizen he never withheld his services
SThe operations as far as they appear, have from his country. He m as a steady disciple of'hq
been confined to the forces of brethren, of school of WASHINGTONr; his benevolence was with-
thie same principle."-One party are man- out ostentarion, and tfis full discharge ot all the
'u covering with Judge PAansIfor their leader; Christian duties in him was never clouded by big-
and the other are marching under Gen. WIN- otry, or evil speaking of others.
eIr. 'We have no knowledge of the rela- On Monday evening, Mary, Only child of tile
tive strength of these opposing corps d'armve; ate Mattvas rder Aneldest.a, er of
but it appears that the staff attached to the Mr. Joestehna, laNancy Mincliii, 'ed 5. tunerol
military thest, are rallying round the stan- Mrs.t4rooock Tomorrow, P.M.. i Irgm her other's
dard of the Judge. In York district, Gent house in Prplar-street. .'
HoI.Yrs has lately had a muster of the forces In Caambridgeport,"Mr. Lewis Davenpornt.et. 33.
of that division; and of 62 corps mnstered, it In Charlestown, Mrs. Catherine,-'wife of Mr.
has been stated that 50 enlisted under the Joshua Grover, aged 44.--Miss'Amelia Aigusta
Judge's banner, and only 10 under that of Caswell, eldestdaughter of Mr, Win. and Mary C.
the Generals. But it is said this was a In.Charlestonu, on Monday last, George Alon-
false muster, and that the Muster-Master-Gen- za, _soe of Mr. Nath. R. Leman, aged 16 montlrs.
oral is not always correct in ris aritrms t-. In Charlestown, yesterday morning,, Mr. LsRn-
hatpat the oldays cForrecalt in his arthm uclSheplhard, aged 27. Funeral this afternoon at
What part the old Federal Maine Army will a4 o'clock. :
take in this contest has not been discovered. Jn Salem, Mr. Jacob Mead, aged 48..,
Some say, it will form en potence, near the In Northborough, Mr. Abraham Wood, aged
f field, as an army of Observation onlyv-oth- 35.
ers, that it means to help the weaker'side, In Biddeford, Me. Capt. Andrew M, Spring,
and act as Flankers. This is merely hearsay aged 41. -o "
But without pretending to much acquaintance In New-Haven, Deacon.Amos Tappan,-of Perts-.
with the whole ground of combat, there ap. mouth, 'N. H- inI te 53d year of his age.
pearin the t-angemes of the battle c. ai- inlMonmouth sCoy, N.J ,;Col. David lirea, an
pear in the .rangements of the battle certain officer of the army of the revolution.
weak points, whea e Flankters might be used At Nor-folk, Virg. on boand brig Gleaner, Mr.
with effect, and should their columns of at- John Griffin, a native of Freeport, Me.
tack be full, and the onset mide with the In Laurens Co'y, Geo. Liet. Col. Elijah Black-
common activity of Flankers, they could de- shear, aged 50.
cide the battle as effectually as the Prussians In Columbus, Ohio, June 22, Col. Peter Patter,
did the battle of Waterloo. son, aged 37. lately from Amherst, N. H.
At Baton Rouge, Mr' John1s;"Miller, printer, a
T.he. S. shi r... ..., 74 r i nativeof Scotland, and lately-frqBMostol ..
The U. S. ship Columbus,74, 7 Commnodore In England, Jof,n IBakei Halrbvd, Lt i'
B.alnntrn, is shortly expected to arrive in PIELD, aged 74. He was aLodrd of'thpA-at i'
this port from the Mediterranean. She has Trade, 8c. and known -for-lia i ritnrIgs, ma
on board the fine marble statue of WASH. merce and Agriculture. :
S JNGTON, from the chissel of CAnRiovA, order- In Genoa, Court CORevTO, ex-minister ofif'.
ed by the Legislature of dvorth-Carolina, to nance, in France.
adorn the capital of that State. On the 2d May, off Flavana, on his passage from
Norfolk to New 0 leans, Capt. William oss, qt"
i" sech. Ann, a native of alenm.
jyight-bloomink Cereus. --
MR. EDITron-In the. afternoon of the 8th OBITUARY NOTICE. ..
inst. being at the country residence of a friend On Sunday last, at Saugus, Miss Elizabeth Eus-
in Newton, the writer,for the first time,beheld tis, aget 20 errs. only daughter of Jacob end E-
the expansion of the most bearrtifurl of Amer- li..r.eth E".Ths yWnz 'la3 .as k-ft d. ep -es
ex nsinoof er- of her worth -iin thie reastsa of all who knew her.
rcan productions, the Aiglt.bloomJng Cereus, Fuily ,did she possess tie virtues that adorn the
[Cactus Grandiflorta. Just after six o'clock, female character. Endowed with a mrind natural
the fibres (if they may be so called) of the penetratig. andl well cultivated and impoved-I-..
calix began to separate, and to discover the with a disposition the most mild and amiable-
yellow tints beneath; and by half past eight with manners the most interesting and engaging,
o'clock the whole of one of the grandest and she could scarcely failof the love and eteeni ofa'ff
most beautiful flowers of all the vegetable around her. Her mind w.as, indeed the nursery
kingdom, was ally expanded, displaying with- of refined sentiment and of delicate feeling, and her
in the rays yof a vegetable numerous petals innocent cheerfr ness ar- vivtaclty 'ere always the
in ttheerays of alegetable un, numeerious petals life of the.donmestic and- social ei-ele. Long a vie-
of the purest white, four or five inches tim to ap inveterate and unvieldirsgdisease, aecom- ,
length, with a great number of recurved panied. often, with extreme distress,.sbe sustained
stamina, surrounding the style of the centre with the faith, patience-'and trauqtsillity of a
of the flower. By measurement we found saint. And vhen-death at length sipp&ared,
the diameter of the extended calix to be near-! whieh she had contemplated without fear,'.even
ly nine inches. The perfume emitted by the: though much attalied tO life, she yielded up hnr'"
plant scented the' whole hit house. The pue spirit, with the most perfecttfortitride, calm.
motion of the fibres soon after they began to ness, and resignation, t:, that Bti-o, l on. whom
expand was visible to the eye. The sight "t.eante heart as free uile' .
was gratifying, and the moral it taught not As pureas infant oarcence.. er 's.
uninstrtctive. We are told by the Botanists Wertie vir uesmili the snfer charities,
that this short-lived but dazzling Beauty be- Friedsip incere, anid tier-Cunfe-igs d '
gins to disclose its charms before night-fall, Vi'h pieaing lustre, gilded her shmri day.
Adwhe-heregentrte pirit,pom'dibyFaithl',
in July, arrives at perfection before midnig t, ., di'.. gentle spirji.'d b a '.. ,
and fades and consumes soon after davy-lig ht To weeping friends.'-twasoiac sweet .
thie next morning ; continuing in perfection To trace it homeward, toits native heaven."'
only about six hours. Yours, &c. B. "
The body of a stranger was found washed ort
D I)ICATION. shoj- on Lynn beach, on Sunday last. The per-
On Tuesday the 3d inst. tlhenew Meeting- son appeared to be. about 35 rears old, 5 feet 6
House of th&' Umiversalst Society in IVestinnster, inches high, thick set, had on a short blpe jacket,
Worcester county, was dedicated to the worship canvas trowsers, and socks marked A. A. Tt ap-
(of Almigltv God, and the service of our Lord Jesus re-nred to have beer in the water some time. Ver.
Christ. T hi society t ,i;igh not n roerout. have diet of jury-accidental drowning. Further in-
prsecuted ehe ith a Zeal. will Pie given, on application to. VOL.
activity and perseverance worthy the best of IAm RHoAES, Esq. Coroner, at Lynn.
causes; anrd in a fews months froum the laying the br4dy
foundstiorrn, they have seen, their work- inorught SHIPPING ,JtOUR NA T-
to completion. On this pleasing occasionr, the& M
introductory prRyer wasoffrered b% the Rev. Mr. O-F'o b B()'/r U-D Stt
WooD, Of Ss pritoy *<;s ie lttoryii... by the SATURDiAtJrtiy 7.-Arriyeit brig Silly, Berry,'Got.
Rev. Mr. D TAn, of Boston an.altnpproprater and tiltenburp-,47days. h SArs
excellent sermon, from the Sfityi Psalm, 9lh verse ca mei"' fion quar.mbrig Washinton, Diliver, S4g To.
Al. rntioneshomt.houhas, made shal el ic an th osr- mla, ,ra. sgon, Srmall, tTo.nas2. s. n
ship before thee, 0 aLord; and hall glornf thy name." t- MOant.; Ael'rI, G-Ari ream r cnt ds froe Ta ,.
Also, the reading of lessons fronr the Scriptures Cleared-:'a;-s sriftsure, Mayo. Premen ; Somers,
with the concluding prayer and blenediction, by (N );Darers Ann, Fiher, St. Andrew, ; Adeline, '-Ills,
thie Rev. MXrTr:o ot n, of Charlesto,. Interes- Trinia; Victory Snao italix; nAlto1-giasRHalcids
ing scored music was performed by tie fuil and an aa market; Eliza Sane, Milton, Philadelphia ; Gen.
excellent Cloii of the society. Thie assembly was Malcomb, Hall-et, Baltimore; sloop s William, Bangs, New
crowded and attentive, and the services solemn o l abine, Howe sI'do.
and imprnsiive.- hilu rational zeal in the ser- Lewis. fmlravna;y OnClo, aiepfrom- a.tsch. hons,
vice of God;,and the promotion of the best inter- july 9.-Arrived ,el,;.Onole, om Maiam~fr
lsAsdrilo efforts of tbis yonsrg Society Will he hrld Lear, pruvidennet; Gen. Jacksons, it otimore; sleps-
in grateful recollection, and their example imitated Messenger. t,-f Hallowell; i tuieusau,, 'tale, Eastport, '4
by tieir brethren. Jtrstin, AIlen, N. Orleans, via Newport and N. Bedford
by__ Csnvoy.Thinrt., Newbern, via N. York and BrookhsVet1; -
CO-MUNIC Flora. Peckham,.in. Bedford; Empress, FAstim,'Nantucket
Tire leader of the CIrcu of sacreelmusic at West Clerred-BrtzsOwhyhecWM, Her-ry.N. IV. Coast; me-
Bostont J'lissior-lrouse, lately dedicated to the ser- riner, Whitney, Copenhagehapi) a msBket; sch. Phcrnix,
vice of God, would with i rrgaitnde acknowledge re- Plymouthnl.
ceiinel ov 1the lhandofhis nrln;. esteemed -.i--_ -' T *( D,7P 7l ;-?, lu1

ter Mr. ,.Tr-csand through the medium of a Lady,
the sum rf five dollars, which he assures the
donor shall be imnmedlistely appropriated for the
purchase of"Singing Books f lr the Choir, which
are.very much wanted indeed, and the donation
was made at :. very acceptable time. E. W.
JBrston,Jdly 7, 1821.
Religious exercises commemorative of the de-
cease of thp Rev. Dr. WoRCE.sTEn, of Salem,
'will be pe"-' armed to-morrow, at 2 o'clock, in the
Tabernacle,'in (hat 'own. Sermon, by the Rev.
Dr. WooDS, of Ansiover.

An unsuccessful attempt has lately been
madeto robthievaults ofthe Coosbank,in New-
Hampshire.-The robbers however, got pos-
session of an iron chest, and pillaged a chest
of f.46-of which, however, 30 were coun-
terfeit. The property was speedily recover-
ed, and the robbers James Riley and Daniel
Campbell apprehended and committed for

In this own, by the lev-. Mr. Sharp, Mr.
Thomas Wiswill to Miss Eliza Field.
Yesterday, by the Rev. Mr. Channing, Mir.
Eben. Robbins, to Mrs. Frances H. Morse.
In Bcverly. Capt. William iPouslawl to Miss
Ann D)odge.
In Providece, Mr. William Blanchard to
Mademoisrl.e Cccelia. Adolphe, of Mr. Godeau's
- In Portsmorlh, N. II. hy the Rev. Mr. Srcecter,
Mr. Sidney lBown, fbrmrrly ol this town, to Miss
Mi:ry-Ann" Gntes, of the former )lace.
-- In Dover, N. I I. Dr. liirleigh Smnart, ofKenne-
bhuik-Port, to Miss Abigail Cogswcll.
- At leerisle, Me. Dr.Thecphilus Doe, of Brew-
er, to Miss Martha, youngest daughter of Ignatius
Hlaskell, Esq.
In laltiniore, John Clhandler, Esq. Editor of
tlie IarhiinIl IRepublican, at Annapolis, to Miss
Eliza C. lii.nes.

In this town, on Friday last, Mrs. Eleanor New-
hall, aged 54-Mr. Thoqias Junes, aged 22, eld-
dcst son of Mr John Jones.
On "lihrrrsriy, Mrs. Betsey Hollis, aged 55.
Itebecca, youi est child nf tuilihing Fearing.
On Satrdri:y, Mrs. Ma ry Thomias, wit *Thoira, K. Thiomas, aged 48.-Capt. .Jrenriah
Pote, of tlihe brig B aizillai, of Portland -iHernry
Kurtz, :ggcd IF rnriiths.-Thomas It. Mitchell, a
child.-Win. A. French, son of .Mr. Eh.. F. agedf
19 months.-Mr. Wi. If ill, aged 57. drownedr.-
'I homas Redman,only son uf'Mr. John '1. Mitch-
ill, aged 3 vr :rs.
On Stniday,WilrlimKentTucker, r.ged20 me.-
Capt. Thonias Hopkins-Kliza-Ann, youngest
daughter of Mr. ('arles Bellamy, aged 4 years.
On Jlondrayv, Snrah Elizabeth, daughter of Mr.
Johln andi Sarah lunt.-Mr. liale Kingsley, aged
5, sonof Mr. Joseph K.
(n Moinay, after a short illness, Mr. DANIEL.
lwEaws, niasirn, aged 77. Those who have well
known thIe deceased for fifty years fully believe tihe
truth of the declaration made by him just before
his death, that he was not co aoious of having

- j .."'I I -i, -'y 'n.-rtyveu Scns. Clotlner,.
Gray. of N. Yarmouth, Baltimnrne,- 6 naO s- d Cash-
ier, Humphrey, of Hingham, do. Hall, of Dennis, New York, 10. '
A8/so ar. brig Calcutta, Winslow, 39 days firoi
St. Ubes. Left, Jnne 1, ship Emulous, Seldon,
for New York, 6 or 8 days ; brig Brus, -Blunt
for Portsmouth, loading; Fairy, Alien* Nesew
York, few days ; no other Americat, vssel. June
4, lat. S, 10, lon, 13, 25. passed a hpanishl fleet of
about 3f) sail, under convoy of a 74, a f igaie,and
several brigs, running to the Eastward. Thought
to be the Portuguese fleet from tlie Braziis, with.
the King aind his Court.
Ca'me up from quar. brig Alert, Gordon. of
Portland, from Point Petre ; and prize seh. Young
Eugene. The latter vessel has 14 prisoners on
ioard, is under French co'ours ard is stated to
belong to Guadaloupe or- St. Thnrnas--the Capt.
was on shore at the time of captur,-the officers
and crew were prineipallp French and Spaoish-
she left the Alligator i20th i. av-the A. nad cap.
tured a snjall 5(alliot and gave 'her up again. .
.Also schs. Leander. Cr',well, .f 'Vir-moutb, Phi.
ladelphia, 10; Ann. Jo.'dan, Newport ; Hope,Al-
len, of I'lymouth, Froderiaesburg, "1. .
.ilso ssch. Aristides, McLtv're, of Bistol, Me.
Alexandria, 14 (ays. A vre 'inst. stoti ShiaI,
EI. by S. 12 lea. brig P Eific, 18 days frbm Havana,
tl;I Ioston. .. .
Ar. at quarantine, seh. Miller, Mason, 29 days
from St. Eustatia. "
Cleared-Brigs AdMti kins, Labrador and
rinrope, y lBixby & Vaemi ne; Golden Age,
S.,uthworth, New Orleans. by J. Andrews ; Ed.
wnrd Foster, Atwell, Charlekon, by E. Cruft;
schs. Sea Serpent, Gray, Cape Haytien, by T. C.
Kendnll ; idependlence, Crocker, Walroboro' 1
Venus, Etnr ry, Belfast; Washington. Lewis, Porl-
ul I; Piarilic, Lewis, Baltimore ; sloops Boreal,
Lewis, H'-rtfrd ; Polly, bbets, Salem ; Volant,
Kis-na, I lp which.
At Trinity, 8th uli. America ill 34 ; Hero. Washbur.n,
di. ; Five Snsrters.20; Cosrnpolitr, 12.
At Far t l, Mayu21, brige PlInier. Lpham, forthisport, 0.
Al St. 'irm. Jine 3,,ich. Hor'tio. HHller, of Barnstable,
35 ida)s fromin N. Orleans, ftr St. 'i lhomas, 6 das.&
At St. thoins, .tnnsr 8. sl. Pocahonias, for Norfolk, S
days. nearly dlischargtsl.
At t iHabur.g, J,it, 1. Two brothers a, Otli elia,. Lon-
doi, unc.; T 'wo Frients, St. Uses, ido.; .Midn, no. 4. The
Resident, do. sailed s;mre day-A rethusa and Dido May 29.
Bt iL Volant, Keating., for this port, 3 days, was at Santa
Mlartha. about June 7.
Sch. Juno, forS aler. Is,was at AuxCayes,about Janes21'.
At St. Thoi'n:s.June7. Amity, Lane, forle au u Plait,t ;
brig Washingon. Williams, ofthisport, from WilmiDngo,
sia st-t.ni,r I n ars r.
At Trinity. tbourt June 8, Five Sisters,. Marbiehead, 0 ;
America, 'orrqnouth,3,5 tteroKenii-bunlk. 50.so
At Pt. Pete. lElh u; ,Poina, Syivester, BtmIfat. < rapt,
sick; Five Brohers. itiillardson of Mt ont Iesert, for
Salem. une.; rept. adl crew sir k; brig Francki. Portland,
25; ,chs Wiliam, l rtdfr'd .Bston, une. ; Baltic. Bailey,
ofl'R. Isan.m disI'g. firig Phoebe, Griatdie,for Castires, ail-
ed 'ame daiy.
At St. Pierres, 17th ult.Sarah.di-ch'g.; Hero,Cast:ne,20 ;
Lydit. in 3 ; "orp. I'rm.S; Ostrich,SaJer, une.; sch.-,
Sinmps in, dis.i lundwr.
At Havania. 20tbh ilt. Am. H-ro, Cnwei, 3; Silkworm
end Irene. dis'g ;' Rnterprizc, of Port'and. in 9; qtrirggrl,
for Ca thagena, sanim day ; Ma, eare, ot astrme, une .
Hind. for Boiton or Portla.d, 10 or 1is; sch. Canchme-if.
y,,u-Can, Burstow, ol this port, for N. Y rk, or Providen e"
At Havana, June 17,brigs William. orris, for Portlnd,
same day ; S'-mtn, Thmnmon. Boston, sme day ; Cordelia,
and Palifox, for Portand, neai ly ready ; Sa h & .Marna
Cole. for Boston,in 5 days; Prince Euene, sBrowaell,md .
Admas, Lwtion, loading f&a.Porsto Cello; ,AseW, Stall

Alk dk

SIee, dis.; Fame. Tilbot, do.; Libelty, Andrews, dis'g;
MineefA,. aouis; ftiom Liverpool,just ar.; Liverpool Tra
der, ofPortmontlh,to sait'same day for oases; schs. Nan
cy Ann, ancd Union, of Boston, dis'g.; Many others.
Snamesnot recollected.
SAt Parsa. Brazil. June It, seh. Spurwell. Broiugliton, fao
Marblehead, 20 days ; and several others fbr different poru
i it recollected-
At the Balize 10th ult. ship Stratford, Rogers, for Bre.
men. .
At St. Jago, Cubs, 28th May, schs. Monroe, Lewis, for
Boston, l5th June; Hope, Briggs. do. 10 days; sloop Deca-
tlr from Havana just sr. and wast plundered by a patriot
privateer of etey) thing they ecu Id lay bonds on.
'ESSfi. 5P0K tN.
.On Sunday afternoon, S. of the Highlands aoCape Cod
sloops EnlCnrSize amid Ei ariiment, hence.
Bri Washington, 30 days eut was going into St. Tho-
lnas,il( ; was bound to St. Balis, hbut fell to seeward.
June29, Ist. 40, 30, Ion. 70, ship Weymouth, Harris, 3
days from Nantucket; shipJohn Adausu in co.
.June29, lat. 40, ion. 62, 3Q, hip Hetty, of Portsmouth,
28 day ftom Liverpool for tlit port.
July South Shial N. N. E. 40 miles, an hermaphrodfte
fbri fr 1, I le ou Mndy for' Boston; had a whhe boltom,
brigh sjlb, and s heud. .
Off't. Florida. brig Levant, of Salem, 22 days from
the Bu1ize, for Bremen.
lay 6. ht. 42, 35, Ion. 48, brig Halcyon, of'tlis prt, from
Havasa fbr lRsiisi.
July 2, off N' ntucket, brig Sylvester Hlealy, from Isle of
May fer 'Thmaston.
July 3, off Cape May, brie Retgey, of FalmUthMe. ff.
St. Andrews for Philad. with loss of foretopniast.
Of' C. otunain, ships Jasper and Ceres.
Ju6 e 2 Ion. 72, brig Mercator, of Cushing, bound to
Newvurypol.t. ,
Jue 80, Jt. "9,20, IVm. 46. hbrlgRover. SievenTos ofthis
pori from Philad.--Lat. 43, Ios. 65, 35, brig Howard, 3 days
from Boston.
Joly 2, lat.,45, Ion. 66. ship Francis & Sarah, from PBath.
Jau 12,in th Channel, ship Niaesara, for Liverpool.
aine 24. sch. Boston Packet, of rKnnehunk from Trini.
lad iblr Boston.
July 1. lat.26,30, lon. 70, brig Bawdoin, of Bristol, R. 1.
6 days from t Bath,.
July t, lat. 41, Ion. 69, brig Fon. is days from Pt. Pette
,for Portland.
o-Jue 30, lat. 3S, 2S, ah. Rising States, of this port, 18
rda flom St. Pierres for Norfolk,
July, Ilat. 40, Ionw69. 30, slvp Orbit,lound o0 a suir-
Vey of the Sounth hbPoahl.
-2, ,on d t. i -
lat.36,0lon.70, ship Clio. Heath, of Hallowell, 6
at.'2,6n-. 64,30, sblip byren, of Wireasset, 12
vr Mart.
S ne a slat. 36. ton. 72, sel). Zealous, 8 days from this
prt for lHavana.
Atprlt 22, on-Coast of Patsgonia ships Charles anid Geor.
"gs,of isvl'e. with 300SbbIh. oil'ealeh.
ca the English Channel, Peace, of Portland, from Ham-
Ju r 2d, ship Montgomery, of Portsmouth, 13 days from
tone 21, lat. 19}, I0n. .0,41, sch. Agnes, 17 days from N.
oAion Lbeaend'to St. laisit.
Sne 23, hat. 4. 0o, Ion. 56, brig Niagara, of Salem.-In
1aJU o1, Ion, 28r30, brig Resol hion, Delano, 2. days from N.
,fdl b r d h
Ally ; off'Ca'pe Henry, sch. Emigrant, Gibbs, of New
'leford. 31 days from Brauils for Alexandhria.
,Tse 29, seh. Industry, of Belfast, ftom Charlestonn fur
BtL.-aith 1t, lat. 35,iod. 73shipLiverpool Trader, RediTg,
ef tIsi port, 10 days' from Havana for Cowes.
hr. at Coipenhaten, May 12, ship Win. & Henry, Stan-
w~dgfoucester. 15; brigs Sampson, Boston,'17; Ameri.
caShlem. Barque Garland, from tlih port, ar. at Elsinote
A'. at Bremen, May 16, brig renezet, uf N. Bedfard,
'frot Havana; Leader, Jones,29 days from N. York.
Ai. at Liverpool. June 2, ship Harmony, Woodward, of
-Portlimoutb, from Savannah. 3di, Pert-ct, Prince, of this
Ip ort,from Charleston. 1 Ar. previous to 9th, Elizrblth,
WM1Ijoshof Poartland, from N. Orleanis. Ships Orbit, la-
.,y, from N.York, and Muont Vernon, Smith, of this port,
f'rom Savannah, had ar. 9th. The Sally, Callender. for
'tCharleston sailed May 27.; The Concord, Storer, of Saco,
:fri tSig. had esiteresl br loading, June 9. Adv. 9th, brie
holaert, Perkinsg, of Boston, for Uity Point and Richmond,
toe ith,antudisail 13th. .
TIAe OGimpus atr. at Cowes-iMyv g,in 37days fr. Charles-
'tnfori.-Big Diomede, Henday. of Portasmouth, r. at. Fal-
a.outh May 28, and ;ailed June 3 for Amsterdam. The
, 'Grampus sailed Jane' 1, fobr Hamburg.
Ship Archimides, Upham, from SuU'th Ses ar. at Havre
o yowMay to..
Ship John & Adams, Knight, fitoasEnglandonr. atl Leg!
W'le Ann & ope, from China, ar. at the Texel May 28.
-Lion, Mtge.,o Providence, from do. ar. 29th ; also Ibrig
W"oTo Vinslow, of Plamonth, f>. thlir port.
T* Sally Ann, Boit, of this pert, for Phila. sailed from
Breuep May 24. .
Tie !Victory, Murphy, from Sooth Seas, sr. at Nantz May
;18-Teleg-apli, do. at Bordeaunx.
At'. at .Elsineur,'May 12, Mlartha, Freeman, Hamburg.
13 ; BDtsey, Virgin; Gottenburg,; Osprey, Matbhlehead;
'.aS'pson, Linzee. 14. America, IDewing.
hip Pochaihontas, iHowlani, has Bar. at Ni"Ce.
ThF Nepos, Collitu, of this port, sailed from Cowes May
"37 for Plii'ad.
At Gottenbure,.May so. Hope, Boston, 12.
Ar. at St. John, (N. B. June 19to 26, brig Penelope
T'he Arln, Rosseau, of this port, fjr Copenhagen sailed,
frtomCowes May lI. "
B rig Lopra Townes, Millet,'of Salem, froth New Orleamt,
2r. at Genoa May 7.

-- s. Wsv.r otton hencear.at Lisbon in 24day .
d-- e: odi. T-6mli.nCasaby, fro.im Slatna.
Ssi tryport, brig Two Brothers, Knap, W. In-
Inf bucket, June 29, sloop Fair American, Mea-
I n, brigs Jerpemiah. Thompson,for St. Peters-
S- ,, Sbillher. Hamburg.
S ndrii, Sth ist. sch. Emigrant, Gibbs, 23 days
I litore,. ith inst. sch. Lvant, Griffin, Boston.-
Y o, Packard, Gibraltar; Fair American, Coul.
b Hayietn ; Sally Ann, Hall, do.
r Oi LPHIA, July 6-Arrived, slips -Dido, Mat-
'ooni 32; Sachem. Fennell, Amsterdam, 49.;.
h N- hlader,Mi Moir, New Castle, Eng. 50; brig'
.,ent. SL Jago, Cuba; schs. four Sisters.Spurl.
.-ft,"^-'.s,N. 1, ; -Toseph, Crmwell, Boston. 6. At the
t -azaietto brig, Trident.D ustin, Havana, 11 ; Philadelphia,
Stone man. doo.do.; ssch. Hbe, GrayGunan;a.
Ng'W YOJi, July 7.-Arrived, sh. Monkey, Water-
housd, Porttand, 3 l a(n C1: ships Chase, BaxterSt. ti oix ;
Albiom. Williasn, .iverpool ; sehsi R.qover, Deerling, St.
.Johns ; Only Son, Bowley, Boston ; slonps Mechanici, r al-
jet, loaston ; Butler, Gifford, NtW Bedford.

P-IERRRIT MAY, haA.fon sale, at No. 16, Cen-
tral-whirt-20 tons' best clean St. Petersburg
HiE'M:P. Mlkso-'15 casks Linseed OIL, now land-
ing. __ July 11
Sh M. J oFFRIES, No.6, Liverpool-wharf, has '
SIo* or s- Ie, lanmdiug fin; m brig Onslo;ftrom Ma-
tanasas -71 hlids. MOLASSES ; 36 boxes brown
SUGAR. JulyIll
Muskrat Skins, English Skivers, Hat
:'"- Banding, &c.
IJUST received, atid for sale on liberal terms,
| 400 Musktrat Skins,
SI "hhld.. 10 dozen English black Skiveuis.
5 5 do., do. blue do.
$S0 pieces Hat Banding, elegant patterns.
J. SIMONDS, Jr. 15, Broad-street.
stlf IH 12is
6 PIPESH.Illand Gint; 10 chests. Young Hy-
U sun Tea,
10 eases containing dry Musk,,
Oil of Cassia, asnd.Cassia Buds and Gamboge,
1S cases Florentines ;igS:g2i t blue Gauze,
Les:,nlrtes an Cr',el '
S. .V "-,i-dRE
u tpncheons St Croix, Run),
20 il6T<1. old Kentlioky Tobacco,
35 do. Virginia do : ','il.c-. tul.eturd do
50 lales MobileC.,rlonr''i,
100 quarter casks il M,' ,ga Win.e-for side
hvy RICHARD-D. I'LC;;KfIll & CO. No. 32, In-
adia-street. July 11

IAVE for sale-28 tons of St. Pettrsburgh
eian fHemp, of a very superior quality.
July 11 eiiulm n

ST VES, c\-e.
SM. White Oak alid. Staves; 20 do. Red
do. do. do.
40 do. W,hiteO;,k Hhd. Heading,
18 do. d6. dn. Bbh. Sioves,
13 pieces do. do. T.i,ber; 30 bbls. Rosin,
I. 20 M. feet Mahogany-fcr ssle by M UNSO'I
3BARNARD, No. '7,eientrdl-wh-,rf. Jtulv 1
EX;CHANGE tfor G160i, on New York-ffo,
slle:by:MUNSON &S BARNARD), 17,Ceri
tral-wliri. July 11i
fASl1 will e paid for 100 casks POT AFHES,
1 by. MUNSON c BARNARD, 17 Central-
Warf. Julv I I

i- OG Jld f, MOL* SSAS, -c.
0Qni'[ fl P E.T Mahogany; 150 hhds Trin-
d,*1./ JOU idad Molisses,
Shibds ay cine do. .
3 do.. orime New Orleans Sugar,
St. UJroix and Jmaaicaie Iumn,
Gin, ]tlrantiy, Madeira and Claret Wine,
3 ca sks white Beans,
35 babies Mogadore Goat Skins--for sale by
WON IQk. S WAJRNAW, 17;C Vntral-whar. -

, .Ao. 30, LONG-.W .ARF,
ir 750 bbls. Howard-street Flour, of superior qua
ity, vi th lining hoops non both heads, in shil|pi
ordered ; 12 lhhls. long leaf James River Tobicc
1S hags Para Couoa 17 kegs Cavendish Tobacci
7 bales St. Domingo do.
For Richmond,
d ff The schooner BETSEY,Foster, ma
Stern, will sail in the course of this wee-
For fri-ight or passage, app-y as
above. July 11

For Havana,
3 t The Packet schr. IHARRIET, Thon
as Rodgers, master, wi is;il in a shot
time, having considerable ofher freigl
ready. For freight or passage, (havit
excellent accommodations) apply to Capt
RiDGERS, or t. E. LOCK, No. 5, Congress
square. July 11
sSS TlieSteamBoat IAGLEI
"' Capt. Wood, leaves Rinssia
w''harf every day at 9 o'elock
A. -1. for Salern; will lan
Passengers at Deer Island, N:alant and Marble
head ; leaves Salem at 3, P. M. same day, andil a
rives at s ato past 7 o'clock in the cvci:,g.-
Passage 50 cents e'ch way-children half price.
N. B.-Light freight will be taken if offered
July 7 epistf
Copartnership Formed.
Tf HE subscribers inform their friends and the
public, that they have formed a cohnexion
in business, under the firm of PARKER U GOD-
MAN, and have tskecn store,-No..-9,'- Ongems.
square, next south of the U. S. Branch Bnank, Con-
gress-street, where they will keep for sale an as-
sortmncitof Best Groceries, T ear, Wine.t, Spirits,
Oils, &c. El)WARD W. PARKER,
July 11 is4%v
.Vo. 12, SIUTLER'S R V,,
_AS just received, ,by ship Mercury, Capt.
Nickels, from Liverpool, and for sale,
20 boxes common TI.N, 6
20 do. ,
150 do. s > .
15 do. SD ~, 0' o
10 Db. 0D 5 *
10 do. DBI
10 do. Black Plate w ,
5 do. do. do. C, J
July i
Lead, Hare Skins, and Glass Ware.
TT .VbNo. 33, LVDld-STIEET,
HI AS received pe' Mayflower, from Hamburg,
314 pigs Lead,
100 oases Tumblers, various qualities,
1000 Russia Hare Skins,
4 bales brabrant Broadcloth;
....Per Heirald....
100 liquor Cases, with guilt bottles.
; .... V STORE ....
50 casks Russia yellow candle Tallow.
3 bales white Galls.
The above goods are all entitled to debenture,
and will be sold at very reasonable prices.
July 11 episilm

J F. GREENWOOD, No. 99, Court-street,
*4 si as just received, a few elegant tranpatent
India FANS, which are selling at the very low
price of 50 cents each.
also.-reen Silk Parasols, at S3 2.5 only; a few
pieces fine Long Lasns, Linen Cambrics and low
priced Irish Linens July 11

H AVE just receivedr-a few trunks best Italiati
Sewing SILKS. epislm' July 11

*American Calicoes Warranted Colors.
l o. 49, CORXJ[ILL,
"AS just received, direct from- the Manufac-
turers-5 cases American Calicoes do. do. Shirt-
tings and Sleetings, for sale by the piece or case,
together with a general assortment of European
and India Goods, wholesale and retail. July 11

United States of d.merica,
P URSUANT to a warrant from the Han. JOlI
S 1)Avrs, Esq. Judge of the District Court of
the United States for tlue District aforesaid, I here-
by give public notice, that an Information has been
filed before the said uudge by George Blake, Eisq
District Attorney of the Unitej] States for this i)is-
trict, against certain Goods, Wares, and Merchan-
dize, to wit:-
Sixty pipes of Distilled Spirits, commonly called
Brandy--seized at the port of Boston andjCharles-
town for an alleged violation ot the Laws of the
United States. -
Trial will be had on said intormatien at said
District Court, at the United States Court Room,
in Bostonon the secondTuesday ofSeptember next.
All persons interested, will tale notice and govern
themselves accordingly.
Dated at Boston, this tenth tiay of July, in
the year eighteen hundred and twenty one.

Notice on Barnard Merritt's Estate.

Commmonealth of -Massachusetts.
SurroI A ss. T a Probate Court, held at Bos.
S 2L I ton, in said county, onl Monday,
the ninth (lay of July, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and twenty one.
Whereas Martha Merritt and John Chadwick,
administrators on the estate of Barnard Merritt,
late of Bo-ton aforesaid, truckman, deceased, intes-
tate, have this day offered for allowance their see-
ond account of administration on the estate of said
deceased ; they are hereby directedto give public
notice is the Coiimo'ian Centinel, a newspaper
published in s ,il Bosion, that said account will be
acted upon at the i'rohate Office aforesaid, on the
third Monday in July current, being the sixteentils
dav of stiil month, at ten of the clock, A. M. when
andl \Nvitre ;l persons interested may attend if they
see fit.
Given under my hand the day and year first a-
bove written. T. DAWES, Judga of.Prob.
L 0ST,
IN the rear of No. 4, Franklin -niaoe, a Lace
Veil, or Shade. Any person who will return
itcto the Centinel Counting Room, will receive a
suitable reward. Jfu!v 11

IV. 1. VTE1,
IN a Store of English Goods, a Lad from 14
to fi years of age, who ean be well recom-
ilendide. Inquire at the Centinel Counting Room.
k.July Ii

A YOUNG married Woman, having lost h*r
/1 child, wishes to take one to nurse. Iltnquire
at the Centtnel Counting Room. Juyv I1

A YOUNG inan from the country,aged 17years,
ivislhes for a situation in a Shoe or Grocery
store-satisfactory recornimendiitions will! e given.
Inquire it the Centinel CountingRooms.
July 11,

A SALL convenient House in Williams'
Cour', Cornhill. Inquire at the Centinel
Coubtiug Room. July 15

SITUATION as House-keeper, either in
town or country, is wanted by a person who
can produce good recommendations Inquire at
the Lentioel Counting Room. July 11"

T a Mi.eeting in Convention of the Committpe or TruE lIE Corporals in the several Infantry Compa-
of Finance of the town of Boston, at Faneuil Fourth of July. Oration. nies of the 3d brig. tst div. ar'e requested to
Hall, July 9th, 1821, meet in Upper 'aneutil tlil, on ]FRIDAY EVE-I
h NING, [lie EsthS inst. ut 8 o'clck, or business of
al- The fohlliwin Prenmble nnd Resolves, which i cIS oningitn linhshed, bv CHARLES CAL- imGt' J inst. t 8 o'clcko buines of
,g were voted st legal meeting if the Inhabitants of 'L EI, '25, Scto'l-stret--br sale by him p-.l
o; the Town of oston. onu the second day of July ain- d IthiP several Hloori a mH
o ; stant, were rad and duly considered,v:z:- an at te several Bookstores,
At a me-tingsof the Freeholders andi other In- OR TIOX 1
habitints of the Towui of Boston, holden hy ad- De'iverfd at the reqniest of the Selectmen of the
jour",nwi t on the'2d day ofJulv A. D. 1821, town of Boston, out the Anniversary of Anerieani
S Thei bllowbine Preamble and Resolutions were hidependence, in the year 18211. by CHARLiS

tuition signd by a numberof the Inhabitatnl, of tle The saiove Oration is manly, appropriate and
Town was presented to tile Selectmen, requesting elegant,- and may rank much above the ordinary

Town Meeting, the following subject:-" To ons- e.which will affbrd pleasure to the reader, and do ll
S- sider tl'e expediency of uniting the Offices ol Coun- ihonior to the taste, good sense, and patriotism of e w Pictur
rt ty and Towni Teismuer; and the Author." -. July II pA r e i cture
ht Whereas the Selectmen in corformitVy t the said S PS lEiil puB COL. HENRY SARG... owENT 's
ig Petition, gave public notice to the inhabitants that FORIGj BOOKS. roo'm. N 1 o.iw, a. t ir. t Brown's
. this, with other subjiets, would lie- suhmitted t o F)ICE a d iti has just beni adetth Ac oem, eeNo. Cornhillsquare, adjoiing lls
s- their consideration; on thie 29th slay of ilay, att-a extensive veassortment of' Frenh, bpai. h, ili he Evening. ltloi c '2i l tiorningLll5
Public Meeting, to beholden at FantieelHa l-and Itaint anfd other tnreign BOOKS, at BINGHAM may26 Its.
Whereas at the said meeting this subjectwvasdu- "'t not.store, no. 45, Co hill. '1he bestpistf
lconslterl and acted upon .d by the.eople Autliors'in- the above Languges may always be MIR. HENRY KEMBLE.
S efer o the Comm. itteeof Fincewiathistore with averv great Vta ty of A' I-G muno lnige to tendi wilh Rals ir

e o fotni at toisStre, iGvoiera v'Idependentay of c0 t
formed btoy oniethe sper bjson ctand thae it tewas p tot e saDic t n r nm s t 'ie -sttg appeal to tu.e Acer-
Tr thereons at a fture ueniteand recommended t abitauts-a iId I. ~.ando l i11 LiTs aMn Gtbllm ot n thA-
k Whereas oat aleTalo l- eting of n t he a litants, mongstll tn edes orss, o. arete eg erica n theople, Onet he happy icultyf thelpossess
!e aoe .t",ieil Halt onltfill-.212d Jly of Juice, francois,, dn $ ls. 8no. dILau ell tthe Penacit as i.entgot inltruet wrthe
1820, the snid Coniuitten cf Finance re!'orted-thst i' iYel ,,s. n. a'aalinlil ikg it the c'-instuen t of Lteir
Spre'cribin eumoenrofceleciegConolTr en vols eo. peals ,i d ttbe wl, scenery uanlty pes faded of theii
o thetbaI m o turele considered the snbjeet, and n li ito. ,. S I OeN.n..d g ectey- of t il aorm.er, ti-odeoftiloe
their opinion the ditlies of both offices couldient- u ,i- a S eb;,- no I maigatmlnnla '1- t fc l ty" "(l 'm w d "eini
formed by one person,anthat itwsitout w ls ei' he andm; r .-..,.theaing timely and l tnmg")pealtoheu to ther-
expediet thatthe ftwolof ces of County i Tow L tis u s, S ch hilZoceots" of the l ttyi r ; ras .the ho-or if i -
Saerc oed tnmlade s. cal etienl tt.. ,, ,aetsp to4.vohs.m .t orliiting thie Ladies and (es l i'men of L oston and.
Sreq pu .o.i.rd d t lhe sitleanl ,inci 1 ithat Vrisn lotlli 3 vols. vo.e the viciu itv, that lie has eiingages' the 'commodiodous
a Committee he choose so t IPetition tihe Legi ture.n t- 'hn ei .1 Jacolo Or is, I on2,a lll Hl, is t ic-ls Lot I el, ils hily, m-
in sehaereof the'ltsa to ,alteror amevi the o 0. Fi,-., VTors ;. ii ndo. n ple ly fitted.with scenery ant, es ot i husa E heb
prescribingthe teotde oerlectisgCounto Ireasurerto '..i..et 1 lu tN; ..e.N 1 Testament. bitioenIc liAt eose, 0ois.tteinr aneteoi m.gthis

n e qu i tedae o e "e l o iv ews i estatltee im, "ttc e sl r "ins W oi lth' i
effect ofthate uct-a.sue, e C t officees weel .t ortHgue TIse, Y 'utc oC.asiolf.1-1, n T tu. VL I ; sNG. .,A i;i'j
W her esthue-Towe at the say id Meting accenpt-.' -1 ..d. s t ures' c 'lyk- i ,ms tEurope i t-se fih iut, h s .. I tpe nt ,....t
ed the repn of he Committee of Finano .s.ice ansih S. ,l arl ..il sl pd,,,,, ( -, t, les utys. ceebiate 1'T"iedy'o :C' -
confor itycl to the precormenuation conta ned 'e .y ofie ts t s ew r thi M e t, e
in; made chosiceand the eletnten as a isot i ttiieno RICHAiRD TbE THIR lD;
to Petition t e Legislature it' the necessary aftegy. Tk tt' l. a ; l e l e an ,
tion of the Latu--and" of t "e- .* I STIMSONl ,s each l iaracter to abesustained by himpif adone,
committee, thSe yeas an nywere taken fon ie Ae ee ool .days on lheidsi eing twety-three it nltber Previous to the

question whether it was proer'-anr expedient to iriays an tuiahlas eosmfac of teK.sllreciem 2to'aP. M.
unite the oficeSl of Counte an rd Town n Treasure o Ters e. uitil- 2 to be paid at entrance. 0 N,
Coiector,"hichwasdeitermitne in thi" e u-ir- at at the" lse 10 fe quarter. i '' ESPECTFULLY Ad infor mas is fries aisd thein
VOtn, IstoceslethanmaeRoxhii ,si1 atg

maqive, there.being 16 yeles and 1 i n entys; arid t 4the 'l-Ituwi.lgli.1es for those e who have ben public, that er is CHOOL for the instruction by
Whereting ofthe uning ofe t1o officesdommee not is orer scholars this town, uill be f young Masters and Mis ses in the ls. oulyish
lythentirely renove1e ibut pa t,W law was mae n lsl ONI)AY, 2Sd ist.. Il' T n oA an, w c n on WaDo.all.N
bend s ponstrTtee ae.liedi to uitsite the two cities ThROPOSALS will be pureceived bcky the subscri. he ngtrot. e. fSchool days on the at nn-s 'f

whih moton iS determined by yeas and t n-sadti. bar,.until le 15th inst. (or laying th- Stone and Wedids a ,.
passed ein the negative, 16 rys and 1 yens; and ices HOBBSckif who kees tfIndustelry o' h toi'..st.,lancam eciveasmoue
hereas, fthe sevaid Committeeat a meetinisn g on also, forof twheCAR 'TERSad JOIERS wok, ,
the Commi Jutee last pastnce, conid t ere and ixe te, in e an d extent of hi, will be ade possor and to e of the
fathevosum that ought to be allowed and paid as a sala-. k'own on pTicatr -to the undersA CI.( Or agraphy, 4 peing, has te honort r to ithiim he-,

gairy to dsthe Town Treasurer ityand C ollector, having in. 117;orantge-ntree tat Iis. Ladies and Gfortlmee in-i of Bston, that his sut er.
County Trmeasurer; anti on motion itte nd lost for tthis CALVIN HOsers aE,n,, issues ite iaulant. instant, at Concert Hill.DX ,
pvorpose and boV Ac il. hn" 'ill.received ieem my o- t first familie- in town,
Whereasin eecutibseonue t eegoing votee-s and -DAo, Act. Aey state. he flatters mself, at is mde of isruco
Committee, the Chyeairman of the Committe 'f l- ln.iR ne, on liberal oms, th etae whreon adattetos f his school h
question whether it was wproperae desi enrous t to per- ly destroyed e. It is pleantly situated on.pressig pars ardians, tht is
uniform the dutice of Couse oftyices, and on inquirey o turnpi' Tek roas f ten itiles 2 to be s of Provatentranceed under the ost
the apColicants tor infrm hem s' ha deteine inthsalary was consistr- a s of eight at the ose Lad, eight quarter large two sto- ESECd masters in London isfriend Parisan; with
native, their bng 16 yeas performance othe ys; aduis of ry Dwlling-hoes; one ye-hose, on have rge Mepulssrs.ic, that rdlls SIIle, Le M the instruction
Wherestlices; Andw f thhereas, a mesaideing ofmit the on Blacksmith' and scolrs. shop Julyon Samill, a yo astely designed for privte teachi, andish-
the first C onvention was holtden pat,on the ith day of Junmade oe Stoe-u. e dam, trenc an n wa- t oiety Deing, wMr.l coW has since evotWEDNES-
to reconsid o tlh eote byn which ita u easdcded toer e -iEOF INDer l RY. isDAY, August tst, at2 o'e'lock, the east ele-Ia
be i"rop' alicxedmmiettee tof Finteance tproceeded suffentROPOSALS will be to eceoperate our or five divestedsubscr ntou el xiy o es o the aste ier

*;1.et ci *Toir.T Treasuivrer aid.UCollector andrin-vio-^-^^u~idpiT ~i irftrer partculrs training to the -tag ` ,-
which motion Ws deter-sitsedb'veas and onV',aod _ber,.untihesliteISthsWist. for'lan 'eeStoteand Wedwi. passed in the negative, 16 lays atd 12yeas ; and 'ecisioos mtee ae t hBe'IS dui steit at e So th ostoi, r Itha mu
Whereas, the said Counnittee,at a meeting oni l also fbr theCAR.' l'I'ERSand JOINEiS vwoli, An i Ai
thop first dayn oJue last past, considered andiutixed tlse natre anti extent of v phizh will be n ade lXI a fpE,probafessorn. His ute Ihe of .the
the sum that ought to be allowed and paid as a saL.-, knownsoon dplihcatio.uto tie undersigned, at No N arnt Of Dancing, hias thme loomr to ilb, min the
ry to the Tow o Treasurern ; a Collector, avingin 117;.ti'age.ste. Woollen anfator ies a'd ledtln e o f Boston,, that is su uier-
view e inte, a stion of electing himh it te office of.l Per actory, 70 .fe building Committde, quarter w iilcottTimsice u oTHUranceD pyatle Wt
CWheunt Treasurer, by andthese extraotrdinary a nd anomolost fto CALVIN HO E, Suptiitendant. instant, :t C concert
ct esumsce 2500 arked disre200,hspet tosum of tPeop00ewas July-4and.' iic Frm t erlsoens dispatriose.vd t e V. has
voter disregard to ther ntrst tot an of re The Mchinery, consists of eeobl and Woom Cmany te y furnie i t
Ws ert easin execstionof the foregoing vapotes and sin Uotoing M chines ck state. he fltte s himself, at li mode of instruct Mstio
proceedings, the Ch airman of the Coinstitee of F-i a",OR I le, on liberal te-tms, th' estate whaeieo i and attention to thu ,i ties oh his school lss lot.
nance w havsdirecteen pblicld by to advertise tot' appli- Lo theit Roger Williats'Colton Factory was late- been Ovcronkel He agin akles the liberty of
catiereforeons ucP persons as were desrious to per- ly desstr oyedbywh irel It is leastly situcoer ated on a i HlUpS E i lssgo a' Tn sats h gial-Ld ., that his
loRESOLVies of those se offices the Town, tinir of urnpike roa, tellles southwest of Providence, duBRCK D u au fis,ed under the

Committee f Finance; and tant.,in the opinion of Mill pud Bars re c r Aqueduct. se. situated in South-court, South-st.
the Townaicts oard, or such parts ofit the salave beewas consists ofeight acres of Lade eight ltirge t ero sto- accomplished sister, and wiLond at Action oith
fixednsat t50t) hir the performahe ofthe dtion s of t Dwere vesseling-s oues onf e Dyaueht may come at co Wedessrs. Gadell, os'Ville, Le erio ir,y idelot,
both offices A whepubleas, a meeting of ie Cou. Blacksmit's and hnehop, one Sa-mpply to ill. F. OOLIDGE, No. 15,
tvRES C LVEDThaon t is propthe 11th day o June e toe-husines ofCardim Wooltren and Dressi Central-street, or WILLIAM SPEAR, 2d dr
be takenst, to gua agaletiot te recurrence ot effets Cloth is noeel cared on at Irder.s plae and a in Esssel x-stree near toe premises. -
ofih being effenature, and th people be notn, con- continued without ter adfallerence, wi water, wither g e an dgnty, ecessay fo the oo,
fth~ itteo uae proceeded to suffi~iiesstRbliat times to operate tour'o' five dsrester of the laxity ofjeitoetsometimes sim..er-,
feated in the r etions, by agents m whom they n- kinds ofbi~ess, for which the situation is well ta ing to the stag& -
have conded the tst otcarry eir purposes cculated. It is id that an exte ornsive r. is happy tTaerd, that the much
andeionofthetowh C. Iff 1LIASSfPoveie. I Scottish Dancing introduced byl him, receives its
opinions ane wishes of C hi people, adnt in u a tte dis- J0nly Ie [ 5W Ishhae of pobat-ion. _His quarter tMrs.
regarded to the interest ofte e dTow ted touit ty, teey a Ford'sAausdesny, Brr ees oil, Ch -ndlesto n, coin-
a leted a ffeent person to this o e, there sell FThe i h.e Hiuhal r. oolle in i factor menaced a w da ys sie, wlre lie wil be pleas
Attesing the two offices, y choosing two perss tO la to recee e as to s an

t, we n the discharge of teir ofi.iabsh nt tAT forH ,OSle. 'tpatr oagR of.it se pi'S and
dufill them, onthe hoice of a ouy Treasurer, other at FT i the back house at Cstsofa Dwelling House, gardians, may honor him aiththeir cou e-s.
a saCoulary of 1500. Thus pnresectving wiath the i'lect- gn ote sbry hi, ith roms on the n ih,. fl instant n PURe. o s Wr
ed expense,ruary lastate oand fings hi it al bee sol-, actoy, feet ig by 30eet wi storuie li Te ice, th0 per quarter,xpo5e entrance, pya Puble
emnlyFand repeatedly neterrainedto, hO 'proper, high;:. a Store, 30..y 15firet, -" l I'stori, a Dye in advance hbot those pupils vN uh havc tnot been
and epeyhient to destroy: an d witha sa- same, and wbyl leav20 feet a K o dtyine Counn Autevionly taugd t. th ep2st biddr, on tJuly I
Whereas, these extaothe iary andes aof thlous.whe it mayb0 shered, sl be generously '2 ourewarded to Houe wh e own e tl-
roceedounty ofs, thesal d whCommtee have by thedisr co-a very desireus to recover it, bin re- lowing M erhandise, o wit : .

duof their onicialed duty, mark their elspection of athe Towan gently t.ppery ofa deceased iid. A per bag s P imento; e kgd to take Cotthn of rum
Ittreasurer disband Collector, of tinterest, totalwn of Boston hson seen ginerv'to te building s n ater t 3pu osofol CARIi 8b to se ofCoh, urnishd3 ith-

by virtue of a Law of this Crmmonwealth, passed .Watch was left inIpresumed to have found ii., and bbh.of Rum; 5 puncheons of U.sted Spirits A
Lree o e vn hundred and thirteen, and fixipacy, n sng le diJul g Mhins ; Pickengt' ; 2 enniJule he b cain at No. certain pink -stereet, over es.
have amuntherey degaled the dignity unde tatli als in il IRoping Machine; 5-broad andI 2 single srs. eHALL ELe. eptf July 11'
which they lave been place( by the public voice-- Loomnis ;.l'oadanfd I single Slheftring Machine;
Thierpefor'e ..P. piess, with plates, &c.; 2 coliper andl ironKetm HOUSE TG LEASE OR SELL._
placed aSOLVED, as tim e selection, they alsown, at te aVa at srie Cdigo blue, and weFulling re- BRICK Dweling.-hous, 3 bunsistindls o Fs 2 Pa
tcnsey highly disalrove Wofth a inroceednesire to o- tocks;m Dye C te v ,irons Stoves Warpi ores, 5 chat tl'rs, Kitches house Sad-house,
Comnsttt'e oft Fiiarnce ;" ad Cat, inthc opmiotn of Mill stId iar~sge &e. t ,Aqueduct&c. situated inluSouth-court, South-st.
mote Townhe best interest of their parcels ofit as have beenThis This eon, find employ simentt, connected wer in good repitir, and wi, oll ole at t July cur-
Cmmistruen Finance, thus eating the entertain a pro- hie ereecsseonal studies, nd receive l is boaid rnt ut s io'clkxt, A.f ot pre5 .y disot osed of bas

per respectfortheopinooftheirFellowCitizens, services. Apply at tlhe Contiel Counting ,offm.e; about -1U weight ul Toucite Se.lo ut
Peopleare uwopressedth ofpareublite standme tune, sfidence om, tidesent month. July t sup For terms applty. Also, ( CustG, Noe 15,
RESthat in LVE diTharge it is propeici that uneasures Th'busies o Carding Wool and Dressin Centaal-street, orsaILLIAM: on SPAR,d door
be taken, to guaid against te recurrence oft efects Cloth is noEvcar, edIoii at'th s pl ce, and ta obe in Essex-street ockear th. p. andises
ofdeepa simil atre, that ndthiatt Fell people be not dhe continued itoyment aindterf rense, witlimany other Cou of Untd s w
eatedient, their pass, atentions, y ac e ons the d ofm the kings of b s for hich the situations hereer cc

Town, tle aforesaid ..r.am "e and Resolves, t"ere- TO e E LET, sased it Boston, tsisw3d day of-July, A. D. .
have counfied the trest ofa ts rving their pmrposes eicu ND may be eniieredt hat August, a rge AMU Jx. i asl
Committee of Finance, who, receiving no ine might be arric wel heeng o great avant Cambridge- -- -

suchment for tei r services, but at all times endeavor s treenwcciedy rs.rwn. T hoe is AMIMS 1tAUlt'S SL.
ing to discharge tlem tr duty aithiu.ly, m.cet rea e, lhe easily sitns atedal good repump ,wood tleal BY STEPHEN BROWa N.
aslhy cuyt rodem most pirtous ato pn'd..,e the.i place w i > e sold very- c ow, nvenienc de. Inqie or any On WE TUESDA.Y next ait o' k P ock,
ti.ne rather than obloquthey and esireprach and t t uni r busess of various kids of Land, w i

and honorable men, from servigthe Town, at ai y a t l.s. *uire a the Gazur d CF' ,np,- .I u;etu1-.oue. ,*n"/. t Am L,
time ti e n u s particular, i of ARIN 000 Dollars per cent. Stood i of the 'loa of

o Atestr TI-OS.:.LAKe Cs CL u-A. LINCOL', o'JEiROe CUSIJINGvn t it py tublic Stilectio. 2.
Wthereupon.i was uble Rsousy resolved by saidVot of suscrer as been duly apoed ad i- Will be sld a .., O
Committee'of-Finansce Bostoi". n "8w July ICt MARSHAL'S SALES.
Thtt, vhereas, in the discharge of tseir official -, "',1TH ,LOST. Unitedd, s i',, f-Anmerict, ?
duty,'in the choice ofa Coutty Treasurer, for Ctle EFT in the back house ast Capt. L. I as' Dsritr us'oF Mxsicuutsm.r's, is. S
County of Suffolk, in conmectiou with the ',lect. aLsign oftie Laulboto Satursd.,ytil e71Jiinstatit PURSU'tN'I' to sunidry War'tiotts t'., the liumso-
men ofthe town of(l.elsea, by virtue of a Law of about II o'clock, A. Al.a siniutl1 GOLD WAT"IlI,'ra'tle the District CoUrte f tile IUiited States fqr
this Commsnonvealhi, passed ott the hirteeoth day figured on the back aind edge, withs a Glss or Stoic the District aforcsaito, I do hereby give this ub-
ofFelhruary last past, amid fixing the amouut.of his SEAL hung- in gold. Whoev-r has found the lie notice, that I shalh exImoc and iell itA Publie
Salary, they acted coinsrientiously, and with a sac- same, and wtil leahe it at the IecAiuel Cousntisi Auction, and to the highest bidder, oii the 19th
s-ed regardl to their duty under said Los', and what Room, with Capt. Adamsss nr is a,,y wily so tu:At day of 3illy currenut, t'12 o'clock, M. lat the Css-
they dutlitconsideredu to be hofo the interest of tie it may bo4ece.vered, shall be generouslv tre'worded. C t losa vous'wthi lue tosleW t01 Bosston), tile tol-
County of Sufroll ; tuvad wliereas, in the f lisplgarge Tlhse un'Ph isvei' denious Corecover it beim, re' hoswin Meriuudise, to wit

Ctsc ahoretathl Pmeuanuhule. itesoluttioius ansd Vote ttf 'sbuscribser h~as hecit duly al,Ipoiutted athnintiis- Will be sn.td -at ,ult'" Ausi,t.,ii,, ut MONDA.,

the Town of Boston, are stitff-red to remait-in full trator, to the estate of tse Cut;, i.t. at ac'.a, .
force on the Recurds of the Tows it will h) s.non SAMUIEL WELLIN(; CON, On tU AC.Jll S,
sistent wit honor, and that st-elf respect which the ateof WalthiaIm, in the county of Middlesex, gen. That pleasant Country bue.t nIMlittin, tounLurly
Members of this Committee feel, bfr them uagin tlemin, deceased, iLestaLte, audt hais taken upon owned iby Mr.D..iLut LGbbueis ; tlherc t at giou
to ac: as a Committee of inalice. himself that trust by giving bonds as, the law di- convenmiet two story pwelllig Hluseu, Dar, aui
.Ind it is further resolved, That the aforesaid r. cts. All-persons having demands upon tihe es- Out.houses in good repair, ain abouLt en acre, a0
proceedings olthis Committee of Fienice, be attes. tate ofthe said deceased, are required to exhibit Land, of line ao4l, under good eultvatoios, on wtnult
ted by tieI1 own Clerk, and that he cause the saamQ the same ; and all persons indebted to the said es- tiu:re is a nuanbe, offtrult trees-it is well shouted ior
to be published, in the several Newspapers printed tate, are called upon to niake payment to thie busier residence ofa genteel fUlily. T erms
in the Town of Boston. A true Copy, JONAS CLAIRK, dm'r. made known at tha sale. ts
Attest, THOMAS CLARK, Town VCietk, Waltham, J'rne 26, 181,

Brig Sally's Cargo of Swedes Iron,
Now landing. '
On SATURDAY next ac 11 o'clock,
a'. o. KIL -h'TRE'I'E
250 tons assorted SEDES IRON, lbt 3-.8
to3 incieus by flat; 1,11-8, i and 1 3-3 square.
Catalogues on friday morning.

Carpenters' Tools.
On SATURDAY next at I past 12 o'clock,
A variety of .TOOLS, the effects of Hootton, a
carpenter, deceased, and sold lor the benefit of his
widow and children.

On FRIDAY next at 12 o'clock,
Opposite .A'o i7, Long-w.harj;.
O On tcurilh part of thlie god brig 0R-
ACLE, 145 tons, built at South.Shore
in 1819, of white oak and salted, an ex-
I ccllent vessel and well fund for sails and
rigging, and mayl he fitted for sea at a
small expense. By order of the Administrat6r on
the estate of Warner Clafien, deceased.
lRtm and Sole Lether.
T1ll.53 DAY at 10 o'eloek,
Opposite A.o. 32, Central-ifa",
Landing from sech'r Paragon,
O punchtLeons WVin,wari rIsland l1' AM. entitled
to debenture 1 hliihd and'.l tierce Muscovado SU"
GAR, '205 sidis "SOLE LEATHER 1 hhd.
"' 'T""NTIS"IY-Y at9'o'cloek,
At DAVID FORsAI'rI's Office,
* ,.* 4.. :co-VGcfi $ts.S i e T,
Will be sold,
A large and valuable lot of House FURNTI-
'FUR'E, viz :-Sideboards ; Ttireaus; Secreta-
ries and Book Cases; 1,. .. Pembroke, Cardand
Other Tables~; Ladies' \. .., tk Stinds'; Light and
. Wash do.; port ,ble Writing Desks; Willard's
patent Timepieces ; 8 down, live geese and coli-
mon Beds ; Bedsteads; 1Mattresses, double and
single; hair cloth and common Sofas; Looking
l;asses; I Fountain ; fancy and coonmon Chair*
Kitchen Furniture, &c.

TO.MORROW at 11 o'clock,
.*,t.Vo. 37, Long Wharf,
S Vi ;11 Le sold,
A valuable lot of C abinet FURNITURE, be-
ing 12 cases, new and good, just arrived from the'
South. Sale positive.
On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clock,
At T. K.. JoNs & Co's Office,
,Vo. 20, K11( l7Y-S'IREE'1
10 J pipes and 10 casks LP.- -PcoMTadeiras
WIN1E--A-sse-19--casks-pcre- isbon WINE;
of excellent quality. Conditions at sale.

SPiece Goods.
On IRIDAY next at 10 o'clock,
A large assortment of fresh.imported GOODS,
cosi:stibg of Cloths and' Cassimeres ; Shirtings,"
Sheetings; Cotton Cambrics; imitation Muslins '
Cambric M.us'in; Cravat Hdkfs. k Bomnbazines ;
BHonbazetts ; white and black French Crapes; 4-4
Printi ; Calicoes Kid GIoies ; ',Vo,-lleuets ;
Ginghb.us- ; Shawls; Ribbons; red, striped and
white Tapes ;- evantines; Garniture Ribbons;
Parasols; mixt Cassineres ; Linen Damask; fine
lawns, Caimbric Prints; lBook Muslins; black,
Fans ; Liien Cambrics; Platillas.; Rattitets .
Muslin Stripes, &c. &c..

Aditiinistrotor's Sale- of Real Estate. t.
On TUESDAY, t4tliAugist ex.t,'at lI2d'clocl,.
Oil ti,e PREMI. SES,-
... W-il-l-.e_ ol,.-st l'Useh-Auction,: :.
H By 'irder o0l Cpirt, :
The Real Estate of tilie la1Ct ts 'Tbwer, pleas--'
antly situated on Sumner and liaincock-streets -
con:'s iriig tif a three star brick Dwelling House,
wihl tihe' Land thereunto b'61longiog, bouiided R-
follows, viz:- S'quth on Summe'r-sreet ninetdeu
feet ;- West on Hancock-street scventy-five feer';
North on Laud belonging to the Commonwealth..
nineteen feet; and East on LPnd.fornerlybelong--'
ieg tothe late Gov. Hancock seventy-five teet, more
or'ess: 'The whole suljeetto a nTnrtgageof 1700,
wil h interest from Feb. 10t, 1816. "
The conditions made known, and the premises
may be viewed, on app icatioo to

Table .1Mats, Fats, Cologne Water, S-c.
TillS DAY at ii o'clock,
M'o. K1Ll Y-,l'ltE]'tB ,
4 ca-s Chiese Table Mats, 50 sets each; 2 du.
Fans, different qualities ; 1 do. powdered Sugar'
Cadid) ; I do containing 50 boxes Coligne Water.
1 boxes P'ecct,
2 do. lI s, f TESS,
Sdo. Souchog, andm or spasion tLSALrr
2. da fouelhoug
5 do. cache econtaiinig a Tea and Collbe Set of
blue printedIndia China; 100 reaois Italian Lette -
Paper. --
TO-MORUROW at 9 o'clock,
Au assortment of BOuK',, among them, Henry's
Coimnentary on the Bible 6 1to0.; Macknight's
IHa-:ioony ot the Gospel, 2 v1ls. ; do. on the Epis-
ties, 6 vols. ; Sijneoon's llips to Co'snpositton, 5
vOls. ; iill's Commentary .iMAe Ntw f'estanenit,
'2 vols. ; 20 Prileaux'Conneetion, 4vols.; Crabbe's
SynonyivUes'; Go(lsm with's 'History of Engiand, 92
vois. ; -'40 Melaoirs.of F.uller; 50 Fullet's Gospel
Worthy of Ac, eptation ; 18 Abbadie on Criist ;
86 Catlon Malher's Christian Phiiosoplier ; 18
Si clite e Veteri ; Ainaworth's Latin Dictionary ;
Locke's Essay, -2 vols; Mlinor Encyclopedia, 4
Nol. ; G'jsnisntith's Animated nature, 4 ;ols. ;
Paine's \orKs ; Fielding's Works, 14 vols. ; Rol-
lin's Ancient Histoty, 8 vols. 8vo ; Folio ible i
lThompsoo's Bible, ;nirucco, 4 vols.; Pope's Po-
et;cal V irka, 3 vols. ; Spectator, 1'2 vols. plates ;
liarlou 's Columbias, 4to; PllaIe lilhia Phildsoplih
ical srInsaUcliouiis s Hstory of Mexico;'3 .vols. -
t]s swaris' \si ca lies, 4, vols ; Ijoole's Orlando,
o -vols. ; KentilMersth, '2 vols. ; Works of Dr.
FraniiKlu, 6 vols. ; WValker's Diclionary, 8vo
ThIo.i us' P'ractice ; Medical Lexieon ; Culletn's
Maitnria Medica, '2 volj.; 530 Walker's Schxol Dic-
ttoia.'y ; bin.:lti s's \Ve:ith o'f Nat.ons, 2 vols.
'1 ruailsi's works, 2 bols.; .Federal t e, .-
jA Caitaloue will be published 'T Ins DUy.

On WEDNESDAY nextat 11 o'clock,
1'20 bales containk.g about 36,000 lis. common
warned OUL,, sauiable for coarse Goods.

On ITLESUAl next atO o'clock,
Ai .s'. 36, Lynu-street, opposite i1ri. CcAX'", or
C-oiimercial .-wharf, Aiorth End,
A variety ol iiaidaooc FLINITUltE, being
thc popelit ot a getleman breaking up house-
keeping, vL :-5-L'usselis anl, Kl4deriauinter Car-
pl' aa Ilugs st.ar db. and hods ; Looking Gi*-
sLs; tirIwa.; Car'1 babiess ;, Couchi, covered with
law cloth ; t;i.ey aid ;ciomunon Ullas ia ; LFie Sets
and Yenders, s aiigany Uimnug andil Pembroke
Tabies ; oideboard ; cut Glass lcca.,ter, V\ iiss,

Tumicrs. &, ; plated ''ea bet,i, Cailoiticks, L a--
tora, c; l)inig, Tea and-ottre e ts of Ltnia ;
Ti"l:. Cloths anid Nqapki:is; handsiiome I isnepiece
niahlug;auy lhigh po1 liusatead aii.duit ol CiuliZ Curtainas ; field atid otier luesLeasds ; e*
uCllcnl .t.ath,.r Beds anu Hair MaIttresses; t lan-
kets,iiUcts anu Cauuniurpaties; iuah >gen But cau ;
V> as,. tunda, te. tn.c. i. a varict( of gnou Kitchcsu
Vt 1: o'clock-a few doz. of Wine and Cider;
deajuliohs o liUrandy, &o.
4lo--a new Legihorn BOQNET, No. 50.'

W HiERE now has fled that cheerfulness,
AndR*where those smiles, my youthful fair,
Which lately plav',! upon thy cheeks,
Height'ning those charms that flourished there ?
Have hopes of future happiness
By disappointment b en destroyed ;
And now does deep despair corrode
.That peace of mind you once enjoy'd ?
Does the charge of orphan babes,
Ally'd to you by Nature's ties,
Whose tender years demand your care,
Raise in your breast those frequent sighs ?
Or, does the loss of some dear friend,
Who sleeps within the silent tomb,
Destroy your happiness, and cloud
Your youthful brow with settled gloom ?
/lIas! my friend, why thus repine !
Dejection is the food of grief;
Much i :augments th' unpleasant pang,
But ne'er from trouble gives relict.

With pious resignation learn
To acquiesce in Heaven's decrees ;
Thus will you find the only hialoi,
That he-ls the heart which sorrow grieves.
C "***e, July 4. SYMPOTHETRIUS.

SLISHA )DWTELLE, has for sale, at the above
Manufifttory, a large variety of SPECTA-
C-f.ES, viz :-Slver; Tortoiseshclll, on high onl-
ished Steel Frames t Swivel, Sliding, or neat Wire
Bows, with Concave, Convex, or green Parallel
Glasses, or Pebbles.
.81o-Reading, NMagr.ifying andl Opera Glasses;
Eye Glasses, for the long or short sighted; Spee-
taeld Cases <,f Tortoiseshell. Morocco. or Polished
Steel ; anld Goggles to preserve the eyes from the
wind and 'ust, e. Re.
r--7Spectacles nearly repaired-new Glasses fit-
ted to old Frames. 3is3os June 3 0

T IE publie are respectfully infirumed, that the
Bathing Rooms, near 'West Boston Bridge,
htaveiecentlh been fitted up in a superior style and
are now readyv our use.
Different platforms are made, and constructed in
such a manner, that persons may bath at any time
of the tide ivvth perfect safety.
Several ronos are exclusively for the use of the
Ladies--connected with a pleianit and airy apart-
ment, for those whoa may be waiting.
As this establishment has been prepared at a
great expense, and thus rendered vei-v convenient;
it is confidently beli-ved it will receive the patron-
age of a generous public. July 4

Pn[HE subscriber respectfully gives notice, that
for the accomosodation of his Friends and the
Public, he intends to keep a good supplv of
STRAWBERRIES and other fruit in their sea-
'son, at thie Xeporiset Hotel, where his accommo-
dations for Dhining, Booihng- and other Parties, are
now much superior to what they have' heretofore
been, having recently built additional Alleys in the
grove near the House, with an ANvning over them,
which makes it more pleasant f.r Recreation or
Refreshment, and where, when desired, the Table
can be spread.
He would particularly invite Committees of
Fire Societies and other parties to call ann exam-
ine for themselves. J. TUTTLE.
J e 27
A N Acenimodation Stage will be run by the
.subscriber from Lancaster o Barre, in the
county of Worcester, to connect with the Boston
lnd Albany line at Lancaster, twice a week; to
leave Lanca'ster every Monday andi Friday, on the
arrival oftheBoston Stage, and arrive at Barre 4t
5 o'clock, P. M. the same evenings :-Returning,
leaves Barre every Tuesday and Saturday, at 6
o'clock, A. M. anti arrives at La.gaster at-2-o'elk.
P. I. the same days; to meet the stage from Brat-
tlehorough to Boston ; to pass through Sterling,
Princeton6, and Hubbardston to Barre, and return
the same route. Connected with this route are
good private conveyances to Shutesbury Springs,
making a saving of from six to ten miles from Bs-
ton. To commence on the:y2'dmv ot'July next.
Lancaster, June 23, 18 01. ABEL LAKIN.
0_'Books kept at Capt.'Dutch's, No. 22, Hano-
ver-street, Boston. .

Fire Engine Manufactory,
T I subscribers beg leave to iitform the phblie,
that they have purchased the Stock and Pat-
ent Richt of'Perkins & Bacn, for carrying on
the above business, ai.d arve'taken the stand here-
tofore occupied by them, back of St. James'
Church, North Sesveth-street, where they will
be happy to receive and execute orders for any
I*Maehinerv in their line, and pledge themselves
that it shall be executed from the best of materials,
and in a workman-like manner-they hibve also
some to a determination in consequence of the
fall ofMUftcrials. to reduce the prices, and wil
lihuuta Domestl icEngvies, wilh metal plunges and
Boxes,'for watering Gardens, washing Winlows,
&*e. and which will force the water, by the power
of one man, 80 feet, on two wheels, to play through
hose pipe, for u542
Or to play through a goose-neck, 47
Large sized Io. frr factories'and, ships, 75
Second class Village Engines, which will play
over a five story house, an not requiring more 75
than eight men to work them tor 2
First elass do. throwing larger streatm,hcld-
ing more water, and 'requiring ten men, 252
Engines to exceed those ofth- double chain.
ber (usually termed first class) in power and
Gfect,and to play from two pipes at once, when 7
ranted, 600
If with one stream only, 50
Second class do. but little inferior in distance
and size of nosel, 504
The largest sized Engines yet in use, will
discharge upwards of a ton of water per win-.
ute, ad project it more than one hundred and
ninety t*-et, through a .osel nearly an inch, 950
1st, and extra class, warranted equal in every res-
pect to those made at any other manufactory, at
600 dollars, 851) dollars, and 1050 dollairs-50 dol-
lars adi'itibnal being charged when made to play
two stnee.ons.
Engines '- the old English construction repair-
ed and improved so as to play further and easier
than vii'henew.
Supply Pumps, to force water through hose into
Engines, with Levers on anew construction, work-
ed with ease by tiso men.
Progressive Lever Seal Presses, for Notaries and
Public Offices. S. V. MERRICK i. CO.
Philadelphia, Juse 9 ep8w

NEW GOOBS-By the Herald.

AS received from Birninghan anI ShLeffiehl,
a supply *uf STKTIONARY, CUTLERY, ard
FANCY GOODS, among whiel are the following :-
- Morocco Pocket Books. Thread (kases and Memo-
randum Bioks, a great variety; elegauit Morocco
Work Boxes; Needle (sases; Watch Riibbons;
Peucil Cases; Purs ; Snaps and t'htsps ; Tamn-
hont Needles; Iweesers std Bodkins; Wedge-
wenod, brass japan aol Pocket Inkstands ; Walkden's
best Ink Powder; Scales and Dividers ; Protract-
ors ; Mathematical In-trmnents ; Measuring
Tapes Parallel Rulhes; RUDGER'S Pocket and
Desk Knives, a handsome assortme.it; do. Razors
and, ScissorS; BARBER'S old English Razors;
Zazor Strdps and Hones; Dressing Cases; Shav-
ving Boxes, &e.
.Also-For sales shove, every other article in

the Stationary line, as losW as can be piurclased else-
where. With a gteral assortment of Miscellane-
ous Books at reduced prices ; Quarto, Pocket antd
School Bibleus, of all kinds ; Psalm and Hymn
Books, elegant and comumo bindings; School
Books, of every kind in general use.
'-~ t UCrGOUN T BOOKS bound and ruled to
uy pattern, atashort notice, &to.
nay 19 dtisStos

F.to St. Petersburg-Russia-
r The brig MARINER, Michael Whit-
ev master, having a considerable part
of her cargo engaged, will sail with all
convenient despatch. For'remain.ler of
S freight, apply to the Captain on board,
at Foster's wharf, or to E. LOCK, No. 5, Con-
gress-square. '6w" June 6
For Richmond,
The sch. BETSEY, Foster, master,
will sail early next week, having most
of her cargo engaged. For freight or
passage apply to JOHN AYERS, No.
30, Long-wharf.
2t July 7

Sugar, Molasses and Honey.
r E Cargo of seh'r Galaxy, Capt. Kempton,
consisting nf 102 boxes white, 109 do. brown
SUGAR; III cavks MOLASSES, superior qual-
ity, suitable for retailing; 14 do. HONEY, now
landing, for sale by JAMES BAKER, No. 8,
Central-wharf. June 27

UST received, 50 drz. Goodyear's highly ap-
e proved patent steel spring Hay Forks, for sale
by L. FEARING & CO. No.20,Merchants' Row.
June 27 3is3os
6 PUNCHIEONS prime St. Croix Rum, now
landing from sch. Marv-&-Nancv, atRowes'
wharf; for sale by NATH'L CtCl'flS.
Also in Store, -0 bbls. St. Croix Sugars first
quality. June 27
AVE for sale-53 hhlds. long leaf Kentucky
1000 bbls. of Howard-street, Susquehannah, Alek-
andria, and Richmond superfine ard fine
Flour ; 120 bhls. Petersburg Middlings do.
500 Kegs Manuifctured Tobacco of Ender's
Fletcher's Starr's, Eges', and Somer's branils,
part very old and prime,
50 kegs common do.
fri hhds. bright retailing Molasses,
100 quarter casks superior Lisbon Wine.
July 4
Sugars, Flour, .Mackerel, 4-c.

A.t ltb. 7, Parkman's Buildings,
10 l hhds. prime Porto Rico Sugar,
W0 boxes do. brown Havana do.
10O bils. Howard St. Flour,
70 do. No. 3, Mackerel,
80 kegs Tobacco,
Rum, Brandy, Gin, &e. together with a gene-
ral assortment W. I. Goods. -
Alo-lOU boxes prime browa Soap, suitable
for shipping, will be sold low tor cash or approved
credit, lo close a concern. 2aw4w June 16

Earthen, China, and Gluss Ware.
S,C HAEIL MELLEN & CO. No. 3'2, Union
street, have received by the late arrivals-a
very extensive assortment of Earthian, China ald
Glass Ware, which they are selling at their usual
low prices, for cash or approval
ep2m apri: 14
I- AS for sale--Cotton and Wool Machine Cards,
best quality,
0U boxes Cotton and Wool Cards,
20 sacks best live Gecee Feathers, part small,
20 casks Card Wire, No. 20 to 33,
12 b(xes Caster Oil. 8p June 2

Fresh Goods for Cash.

A | iv*o. 13, KILBY.-STJtBET,
A fA'V ust received a large and general assort.
ment of 1-resh Imported EUROPEAN and IN.
.J.ts on /iTilid-A complete assortment of Amer-
ican Ginghams, Stripes, Checks, Bedtickings,
Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings. Sat-
tinets. Cassimeres, Broadeloths, Flannels, larnis,
Thread, &e. &c. c. which are offered low for cash.
april 21 2aw8w

J1or 17, .A DJJIA- WHqRF,
I'AS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
J1 English IRON, flat, square, and round; with
AA1LS, RODS, HOOPS, and PLATES of every
description ana size-real'(L) blistered STEEL.
Also, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jan 31 eptf

Earthern and Glass Ware.
ed by the brig America and other recent
arrivals from Liverpool, an extensive assortment of
EARTHEN WARE, consisting of Blue Printed,
Edged, Fincy and Cream Colored :- ,so. crates
particularly ordered for country trade, containing
a greater variety of patterns and articles, than are
usual in assorted packages, which are offered for
sale by the package, or repacked at fair prices for
cash or credit-together with a variety of Glass and
The Copartnership of the above firm expired by
limitation on the Ist of March last past, and will
be dissolved in the course of the ensuing Summer.
In the mean time, their custonmers will be supply.
ed as usual-and others-are invited to call, as it is
intended to dispose of "the stock now on hand, as
also additional supplies daily expected, on the most
favorable terms, previous to fixing a day of sale by
Auction, unless private contract should supersede
public sale. Sm april 11


Scissor Knives, Peknives, and Ra-

r V.GOODRICH. StatineriNo. 76, State-st.
J hasjust received, per Herald. from Liverpool,
a choice assortment of superfinuc tTLERY,

Scissor Knives 2 ilhades, Silver sheaths ; Pen-
knives, made oh double refined steel, warranted"
..1ZORS: John Barber's old English Razors,
in cases. Ivory and Bone handles, superior quality,
warranted good, or the money will be returned.
Ink and Sand Glasses, plantedtops ; Ebony Sanl
Boxes; Silver and Plated Pencil Cases ; Clanke's
PermanentInk, for writing on linen, with a pen
Shaving Blushes ; Britannia nmettle shaviig BOxes ;
Ivory rules-and a compete assortment of Station-
ary and .ney Goods. The above will be sold low
lso--0SO reams sunerfine Letter Paper; 50
do. Cap liot Preat, superior quality. ep4w
may 19

T-TAS constantly o hrnd at his Maufactory
N o. '27, Newhiri-street, Boston, a large as-
ortmcnt of Block Tin Waic,

viz :-Block Tin Tea Pots ; do. do. Pitchers; d
do. Wash Bowls and Ewers; do do. Tumblers ;
do. do. quart and pint Beer Pots; do. do. Lamps,
with S'general assortment of Pewter Ware.
SN. B.-The above articles are warranted to be
of the best materials and workmanship-also,
cheaper than at any other manuhtctory.
marchj24 eptt

Copartnership Formed.
R IGELOW & BANGS would inform their
friends and customers, that they have taken
Thaddens B. Bigelpw into copartnership, with
them. Business will in future be transacted under
the firm of
Cambridgeport, July 2, 18,21.
Copartnership ANotice and Remotal.
T' HE Copartnership heretoforeexisting under
the firm of PEARSON s CLOUTMAN,
ia dissolved in consequence of (he decease ot R. F.
Cloutman. All persons having demands against the
firm are requested to present them, and all indebt.
ed, to make payment to
EDWARD A. PEARSON, has removed from
76, Cnrnhill, to Counting Room,No. I, Long-whdrf,
where he will be happy in receiving orders for Bos-
ton Crown and Chelmsford Window Glass, and
Glass Ware of every description. His former re-
tail customers can be supplied by Messrs. WING
SSUMNER, No. 3, South Row. July 4
Copartnership Formed.
T HE subse-ibers have formed a connexion in
business under the firm of
and have taken store No. 53, Central-wharf, where
they offer for sale,
15 pipes Brandy. (Outard's brand)
83 eases Gum Shellac, 14. d6, Atabic,
* 789 bags Salt Petre,
20 bhales Calcutta Goods, suitable lbr the'Mcdi-
terranean or South American markets,
600 bbls. Baltimore sup. Hloward-street Flour,
35 tons new Sable Iron ; 6 do; old do. do.
15 qr. casks old Sherry Wine. '
TT HE Copartnership of the subscribers .hereto-
T fore existintf under the tirm ofJAMES POR-
TER is this day dissolved by mutualrconsent. All
persons having demands against said firm, are re-
quested to present them for payment; and those
who are indebted to said firm, are requested to
make payment to JxAMES POTEtR.
Charlestown, June 1, 1821.

Informs his friends and the public. that he contin-
ties business at the old satd, and( has for sale, a
general assortment of We tlndia GOODS, whole-
sale and retail. --
The Copartnership heretofore existing under
the firm of SKINNER & HURDS, is this day by
mutual consent dissolved. All persons having de-
mands against said firm,are requested to present
them for payment; and all persons indebted to
said firm, are requested to make payment to JosN
SKINNEI and joua Ilrun.
Charlestoiwn, June 1,1821.
The subscribers would inform their friends and
the public, that they will continue the business at
tne old st-.nd, under the firm of SKIN NER &.
HURD, where they offer for sale, a general assort-
ment of W. 1. GOODS, on reasonable terms.
-Charlestows June 1, 18"I epflw
Mo. as. (.OIRJ 'HIIL;
U AVf, juss received a fresh assortment of ar-
ticles in the Upholstry line; Emmbossed
.a iedJ-Moraenereai'iousa unities aod colors;-
superfine 7-8 and 4-4 B1d 'Tickings ; ball arid
common Fringes and Bindings.
Likewise on hand-live geese Feathers ; com.
do ; Feather Beds ; Hair Mattresses ; Moss do ;
Pew Cushions, &e. tf may 19

.Merchants Take Notice.
HE subscribers will sell the;r Stock,in quan-
JL tities to suit purchasers, consisting of well
seasoned Ship-s' BLOCKS, ke. at very reduced
places, and upon terms, in aRl respects, winch can-
not fail of giving satisfaction. Gentlemen wanting
Blocks, &c. tfor ships' use or for exportation, will
find it for their interest to call at the large wooden
building, No. 41, India-street, (leading from
Broad.st. to India-st.) where the smallest favors
will be gratefully acknowledged, by
N. B.- Pumps repaired at short notice, in'a
failthful manner, eptf

f1ASH (60 cents pet pond) will be given, for
first quality HOGS BRISTLES, at LANE
&HUINEWELL's,Dock-sq. 1-2mJ1?is nov18

A complete assortment of American manufac-
tured Cotton and Woollen Goods.
(r Cash advanced on consignments.
June 20 ep3w
-0 ENRY LTTER & CO. have received pert
11 Cadmus, 12 cases French Manufactures
winch they olf.r for sale. 6w June 13
I'TAS Just received, a great variety THREAD
H LACES. Also-a complete assortment 4-4
and 6-4 Mull and Book MUSLINS. Gw J 20
T REDUCED PItCES, at the Bost n Glass
.fanufactory IVare-Hoise, .'?6, Coanilil.
Also-Apothecaries', Chemical, Plain and Cut
Orders directed to P. & C. 76,Cornliill, will re-
ceive careful attention. tf 'amspt6
-UST received by ISAAC Wv. GOODRIIH,
Stationer, No. 76, State-street,
129 reams sperineLETT'ER.PAI l'ERhotpres'd,
40 do. do. FOOLSCAP, not pres'd. The above
is of a superior quiialitv, ad will he sold low.
Also, 1000 !bs. BINDERS' BOARDS,
100 reams Royni (Newspaper) PRINTING-
will le exchanged tbr West Ilndia or Factory
Goods-price 3 50 pet, ream,
50 doz. DAY & MARTIN'S real JAPAN
BLACKING, of all sizes by single jug, dozen, or
ACCOUNT BOOKS, ot all kinds, single or in
sets; BOOKS ruled and bousd to any pattern.
may 5 ep8w
* BUUMSTEAD & SON, No. 8, Co rnhill, ave
e c just imported inthe Galaxy, from Hlnvre--
27 cases French Paper Hmingi-'g, selected from
the first Paris .Manufactories. This siinhition ren-
tiers their stock uncommonly extensive adl aliu--
able, and suci as is rarely toiiinl -Ele.ant Satin
Papers, with rich borders ; Plins, vaNrot.s coliirs
andl shades ; Gold and Silvered Borders ; Cnloth do

a few sets of" Rideaun a Bavadre," new and most
splendid Paper for drawing rIoms e sts of Views
of distinguished places in Europe,Asia, and Amer-
ica; elegant Chimney Board Pieces, &C. fc.
J. B. k S. have a large assortment of American
PAPER HANGINGS, from their Manuatctoiy.
The colors warranted to be equal in durability to.
the French.
~'yCountrv Merchants snd Dealers supplied on
favorableterms. t pril 1k8

No. 39, INDIA-STREET, Gentlemen's black and white Silkc Hose
,AVE received by the ship Mercury, from from Auction.
Livernool, a further supply of Cloths, Cassi- LEWIS C. MANSON,
meres and Cassenets. A2lso, via Neow-York-3 ca- L O. MAN bON,
ses Muskets and Fowling Pieces, assorted prices. 49, CORHILL,
I...jN STORE.... Ti AS just received for sale, from nauction, a few
Madeira Wine,"in haf'pipes and qr. casks; Lon- doz. gentlemen's black and white Silk R Hose,
don Porter, in tierces ; a small lot of superior Port very heavy, at the low price of 6s per pair.
Wine; Spanish Cigars in quarter boxes; Skivers; ,ikew'ise-a few boxes new and rich Garniture
Roman Cement, .r ie. July 4 Ribbons, (very wide,) for 25 etas. per yard, only.
Roman Cement, y Also-Nos. 7.9 and 12, black and white Satin
PORTER FOR SALE. I Ribbons ;Nos. 3, 4 and 6, stringg Ribbons, equal-
sIMOTHY GAY, exprsessesis gratitude to ly as cheap ; platiF ad figure green and wlite
j his customers for their past fiuvo-s,and re- Sarsnetts aol Florence Silks, black Sinehiaws and
t a cntuaner fo their custom. He reminds Sarsnetts. gentlemen's French Silk Vesting, very
quests a continuanceof their custom. He reminds tout ; 4-4ad 6-4 Cotton Cambrics'and cambric
them thatfie keeps constantly for sale Strong and u 6 Cot Cambris, some very ne; plainan
Table Bee, warranted of the first quality. fguslins, Linen Muslins, do. do. Jaconet 4-4 pl and
All orders left at Bowditch &:Cummigs's inBos. 6-4 Imitation India Muslins; black, green and white
ton, or at his Brewery in Roxbury-street, will be French Grapes; Furniture Dimoties; blue, buff and
careful Iv attended to. T. GAY.
caeulypink striped Jeans; blue drai aind mixed Grandu-
July 4 rells, Nfermno Hdkis. some very handsome borders,
Patent Lead PipeG aianfactor, i 7-4 and 8-4Imitation Merino Shawls, gentlemen's
SDARI, N. 6,Bfine Beaver Gloves for summer wear, black and
T ENs. DARLING, No. 61, Broad-astreet, in- white Silk do.; Ladies'black and white Kid and
Storms the public, that he will cont-act to furn- Silk Gloves, colored do.; do. white and slate Cot-
ish any quantity ofpatent Lead Pipe, for aqueducts, to Hose, Silkdo.; gentlemen's figured Cravats,
or ronveyance o ater otherwise, w .t the following e with borders, some very fine; Linen Cambric
reduced prices, ar.d have the same laid after the Hkfs.; flaggs, Bandannas, dud black Silk Hdkfb.;
trenches are dug:- ancy do. ; brown ad black Linens, Buckrams
iamete-r- inch per rod, 4 50-1 inch do. do. Braces, twist Buttons, gilt do. some very nice, Sew-
83-t inch de. do. F2- inch do. do. $1 50. ing Cotton, Russia Diaper and Sheeting, Seersuck-
It is presumed these prices are so low that will Copptto, Russia Diaper atcheets, playing, eersd iguredk-
make it an object to any one who has water to con- ers, Copper Platesi an, Patches, p Canton Crapes, blacknd figured
vey, to have it done with lead,as the cheapest ma- arseiles Vestin, 2 cases light Lon Prinapes, bla dok
te-ial that can betound, and certainly the most du- dark do.;s do. Irish Linens,4-4 and 7-8P; 1 do. low
rable. Window Glass of various sizes, with a gen- priced Linens, 25 ets. per yard, i do. British Shir-
eral assortment of Paints, as usual. July 4 tings *and Sheetiigs, 1 do. American Ginghams,-
I o. in gham Umbrellas, 2 bales American
JOSEPI SIMONDSI, Jun. brown Sheetings, I do. do. do. Shirtings, I do.
AS taken part of Chambers No. 15, Broad- Yellow Nankins, Broadcloths, 3 do. consisting of
I street, where he offers for sale, consignments blacks, haresbacks, blues, and dark and light mixed,
of RATS, of every description. Country tra- 2 bales Cassimeres, various colors, some b'.ues,
ders and others, purchasing by the quantity, are blacks, light m;xed, dark do. drabs and Haresback.
invited to call. The whole comprising a very extensive assort-
I A good assortment of Hats will be constantly ment of seasonable Goods, which will be sold ata-
kept on hand for his retail customers, who can be very small advance from the auction prices, whol c
supplied at the wholesale price. sale and retail. eptf may 12

Liberal advances made on consignments.
June 2 3m
Morocco Leather Manufacturer.
.Nlo. 74, Ornge-street, (opposite the Boylston-
M/'ANUFACTUIES and has for sale-biack
mTB Morocco; Cochineal do.; green, yellow,
and blue Roan lining and binding Skin's, &c.
Also, for sale, best Baltimore and Russia wax Calf
Skins, together with a general assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES, of thefirst quality, eheap. '
0jMeasures taken for Gentlemen's Morocco
and Galt Skin Boots, and made in a superior style.
June 27
JOHN P. CAIN-Tailor,
tAVING recommended his line of business
.in-this town, returns thanks tu his past custo-
mers fmor their favors bestowed, and solicits a con-
tinuance of their custom. Tailoring carried on by
him i), the most modern style and by the first rate
J. P. Cain informs the public and hisi friends,
that no pains will be spared to have their orders
executed in the best manner a all possible dis-
patch. Every attention given to all orders, and.all
favorably received. Apply at building adjoining
J. VW. Revere's, in Ki by-street.
Bostoni June l. 18-1.

Cheap Store, N'o. 99, Court-street.
ATIANDSOME Mourning Fans, at ets. a piece,
j do. unglazed, 'with ebony sticks, 12j cents
each, and a great variety of others.
,Also, bleached and unbleached Shirtings and
Sheetings, from 124 to 25 cents a yard; Bedtiek ;
do. extra wide ; Factory Ginghams ; Stripes ; Sa-
tinets ; 6-4 end 8-4 Table Cloths ; Calicoes; Rus-
sia and American Diaper ; Flannels ; black and
other colored Bombazetts Bombazines ; some
very fine; Silk and Marseilles Vesting; Canton
and Nankin Crapes ; Silks ; black, white and
green Italian Crapes ; Merino Handkfs. and half
do,; Imitation Shawls Cassimere do.; -Ladies'
white and colored Kid Gloves; Imitation India
Muslin ; Jaconet Muslin ; Cotton and Linen
Cmbrics; Hosiery and Sewing Silk ; Sewing Cot-
ton ; Ribbons; Irish Linens ; Nankins ; Broad-
cloths and Cassimeres ; with a great variety of
other European, India, and American Goods, all
of which are selling at very low prices for cash
only. J. F. GREENWOOD.
July 4
For China, Earthen Ware, Glass and
FRANCIS WILBY, begs leave to inform -is
SFriends and the Public, that e has opene. a
Shop, No. 5, Marlboro' Row, under the direction
of Mr. CIItAuLiS BARRELL, for the sale of CHINA
AND EARTHEN WARE, from the Manufactory
of Messrs. John &i William Ridgway.
The Goods from this house stand high in point
of quality. and are got up in the best taste; their
paintings and engravings are admirably executed,
antd their models classical
F. W. has just received, an extensive assortment
-of blue printed, Stone China, Enamelled, asd Gold
Burnished Dining, Dessert, and Tea and Coffee
Services; Chimney and Toilet Ornaments; Vases;
Ink Starvls; Scent and Flower Jars, anul Flower
Pots, and every description of Ridgway's superior
Earthen WVare.
Patterns of Dining, Deserts and Tea Services,
costing from ten to three hundred guineas, from
whieh sets, or parts ofsets to suit purchasers, can be
ordered, are now opening. China and Glass will be
ordered to any pattern that may be wanted.
A good amsortment of plain and ?cut Glass Ware,
and tle 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-
lounted paper only.
F. Wilby has now opening, Ivory, Buck and
Bone handle Knives andul Forks ; Dessert Knives;
Carvers asni Steels ; an extensive variety of Pen-
knives and Scissors ; Tutania 1 ea Pots, and Coffee
Biggins ; I'ea and Table Spoons; Japanned Tea,
Bread, Knife and Cheese Trays, and Brushes of
every description, with a large assortment of Cream
Colored, Blue Printed and Glass Wares. Alsa,
best ailver-tyed J.Nedles: ep 2m June 13
OSEPH B. KID)ER,wotild inform his friends
S atlh customers, that ho has removed from No.
20, Devonshire-street, Boston, to Roxbury, over
Lewis.and Richardson's store. All orders in the
Book-binding business, left at George Clark's No.
17, Cotrnhill, will be strictly attended to.
Jtue 27

-AS removed to No. 24, Franklin-place, the
ate a.ansion lHouse of Don Juan Stoughton,
Spansh Consul. July 4
ILL register Lands or Houses, either for
IV sIale, mortgage, or to let, in town orcountry.
Young Men or Women from the country, who
want places of any kind, and apply, will be attend-
ed to, and all business connected with the above
tra, acted reasonmillh .hilv 4


ANGildA VE80,
.i No. 18, CORNHILL,
Three Doors South fiom the Head of Stute-street.

kTATIIANIEL DEARBORN, informs the pub-
JL lie, that hlie gives undivided attention to time
(L'Address and Visiting Cards. Every quality
atnl price Door Plites tiurnished.
a( COPi'Kl1PLAT'E PRINTING executed.
Orders respectfully solicited. June ST.

By the President of the United States.
Whereas the President of tlhe United States is
authorized by law to case certain Lands of the
United States to be offered for sale, viz:
dent of the United States, do hereby declare
and make known that public sales, for the disposal
(agreeally to law) of certain lands, shall be Iheld
as follows, viz: '
At Wooster, in 'Ohio, in the first f.,dasy in
SJune next, for the sale of the thirteen sections of
land in the District of Wooster, heretofore reserved
for the use of certain persons of the Pelaware tribe
of Indians, and sudsequently ceded to the United
At 'Delaware, in Ohio, on the first Monday- in
July next, for the sale of twenty-seven townships,
Townships 1 and 9, north, of ranges 9, 10, and 11
1,2, 6,7, 4, range 12
1 to 8, ranges 13 and 14.
At the same place, on the third Monday in Au-
gust next. for the sale or twenty-five townships, viz:
rownships I to 8, north, of range 15
SI to 7, ranges 16 and 17
1,2, and 3. range 18.
At Piqgua in Ohio, on the first Monday in Au-
gust next, for the-sale of twenty-six townships, viz
Townships 1 to 5, south of range 5
1,2,3, 4, 6,7, andt8, 6
1 to 8, 7
1 to 6, 8
At Vincennes, in lndiana, on the third Monday
in June next, for the sale of the lands belonging
to the United States, in the tract set apart for the
location of private claims, by an act, entitled "An
act respecting the claims to land in the Indiana
Territory and State of Ohio," passed on the 21st
.of-April, 1806.
At Brookvelle, in Indiana, on the third Mnday
in July Mext, lor the sale of 24 townships, viz:
Townships 10 to 16, of ranges 2 and 3
12. 16, 4and5
At the same place, on the first Monday in Au-
gust next, for the sale oftwenty townships, viz :
Townships 15, 16, and 17, in ranges 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, and 11
15 and 16 in range 12.
At Jaskson, in the county of Cape Girardeau, in
klissouri, on the first Monday of Septembor next,
T" the ailc of thirty-tour townships, viz :
Townships 30, 31, 32, and 33, in ranges 7 to 14 E
31 and 32S, 15.
At, the scat of government, in the territory of
At kansas, on the third Monday int September next,
for the sale of twenty-one townships, viz:
Townships 5, 7, 9, and 10 S. hi range 19 West.
5 to 10 20
6 9 21
8' 14 .22.
At Washington;, in "Flsiistippi, on the first Mon-
day in July next, for the sale of any lands which
are surveyed in. the District west of Pearl river,
which have not heretofore been offered for sale.
At St. Stephens, in Alabama, on the first Mon-
dlay in August next, fur tht sale of such tracts of
land in' township eight, of ranges I and 2 west, and
in township 6, of range 5 west, and sundry other
tracts of land in the District east of Pearl river,
which have not been heretofore offered for saie.
At Huntsville, in Alabuma,on the third Monday
in July next, for the sale of the islands in the Ten-
nessee river, and of sundry detached fractions in
townships 5, 6 and 7, of range 1 east, bordering on
thlie Che.okee boundary line, which have not been
heretofore offered for sale.
At Tuscaloosa, in Alabama, on the first Mon-
day in July next, fur the saie of twenty-two town-
ships, viz:
Townships 15 to 32, in rqnges I and 2 east.
S15 20, in range S.
4t the same place, on the third Monday in Au-
gust next,fotr the sale oftwenty-three townships,viz
Townships 15, 16, 17, and 18, of range 4 east.
15 and 16 -5
15 6
15 to 22 1 and 2 W.
At the someplace, on the third Monday in Sep-
tesmber next, for the sale oftwenty-four townships,
Townships 15 to 22, of range 3 west.
22 4 and 5
15 21 fi and 7.
At the same place on the third Monday in Octo-
ber next, for the sale of twenty-one to .vnships, viz:
Townshlips 15 to 21, in ranges 8, 9, and 10 west.
Atthe same place, on the tnird Monday of No-
vember next, for the s of 24 tuwnihips, via.:
Toweaships 15 to 21, in ranges 11,12, and 13 W.
15, 16, and 17 14.
At thc same place on the third Monday in De-
cember next, for the sale of 25 townships, viz:
Townships 18 to 21, in range 14 west.
15 21 15, 16and 17.
Each sale will commence with thc lowest num-
ber of lot or section, township, and range, and
proceed in regular numerical order.
The lands reserved by law for the use of schools,
or for other purposes, will as usual be reserved
from sale.
Given under my hand, at the city ol Washington,
this 19th day of April, in the year 1821.
By thle President:
A. Commissioner General oft'Land Office:
TOLEN from the house of the Subscriber,
I innholder, at Newton Lower Falls, on Mon-
day night, Thirty Dollars,mostly in two dollar Lan-
singburgh Bank Bills. Also. the following arti-
cles, viz, one light drab Great Coat, mostly new,
with three capes and velvet collar, with a belt oil
the inside, with two buttons and buttoned over be-
hind, said commit had two pockets behind and one
on he left inside ; one pair of new Shoes, marked
on he bottom D. Lain ; one dark blue vest, and
one Shirt. The Thief was a man about six feet
high, light complexion, short straight hair, red
whiskers, and looks down when spoken to ; said
Thief had on a pair of blue mixed pantaloons, and
- boots, a short dark brown jacket and black hat.-
He culled himself.Wma. Conner, and came to said
inn three days before in distressed circumstances,
stating that lie had been east away. Said thief left
in the night when all was retired to bed. Fift.eni
dollars will be paid for his detection and recovery
-of the goods, or a reasonable reward lo r either.
'ewton, July 3, 1821.

C ASH will he paid for a few thousand pounds
) common, mixed and full blood WOOL, by
-DEXTER, TIFFANY & CO. No. 35, Broad-
street, if offered immediately.
.Als.o-Cash advanced on consignments of Wool,
of all kinds. ep3w June0t 0
Steam Engines for Sale.
T HE subscribers offer fhr Sale, their Patent Vi-
bratory STEAM ENGINES, at lower pri-
ces than any Engines, of the same Rower, can be
purchased in any part ofthe United States. They
will be Insured, in every particular, equal to any
Engines of an equal power ever before iaouse; in-
the following points they are superior:-..
1st As to original cost-.2d.Simplicity--3dWeighlt
-4th, Space occupied-5th,Theirnattsira I tion is
such as to apply the power lengthwise 'faLa boat,.
and thlie whole machinery goes entirely below deck
--6th, There is no heavy machinery to be kept in
constant motion.
The price of a ten horse power will be eighteen
hundred dollars. The prices of higher powers
will not increase in proportion to the increase tof
The Engines will be delivered at Philadelphia,
Baltimore, or Pittsburg. Comrmunications,.direct-
ed to the subscribers, at York, Pennsylvania, vilL
meet with prompt attention.
Fork, Pa. June 19, 1821.

W AS again taken his old stand,.No. .4 Tremon,
street, ard has fitted it up in a most superior
style for the. accommodation. of Boarders. Gen-
ttimer, a.d,Lmil;e3 hio visit Boston will find its
situation more /pleasant, and .as central as aniy .irn.
Boston. Good Stabling will be turni '
Horses, and every accommodation that i,
to make it agreeable to those that ma
with their custonr. tf
1ESSE RICE, would inform his friends and the
public, itha he has lately made an addition to
his House of a large Hall and Sleeping Chambers)
so that he will be able to..give better accommoda-
tions 'to parties than he has heretofore, and will'
will have large accommodations for Boarders;
He assures the public that no pains shall be spared
on his part, to give perfect satisfaction to all who
may honour him with their company.-He intends
always to keep his Bar well supplied with the hoi-
cest liquors that can be had in Boston, he will like-
wise have a good barkeeper, cook and other domses-
ticks in his house. 2aw4w June 6

To the heirs of Thomas Gozling of
Boston, and Joseph Grant, o' Charlestown, 1Ms.
1F the heirs of Thomas Gozling, alias Gosling
and Joseph Grant, who served in the 7th Nlans-
achusetts Regiment, ,during the Revolutionary
War, will call on the Editor ortlss paper, they will
hear of something to their advantage. July 4
House to be Let in Dorchester.'
A VERY convenient House, pleasantly situated
in Dorchester two miles from South B'oston
Bridge, consisting of four Rooms on the lower -flor,
and eight Chambers, with a good Stable and a gar-
den of choice Fruit Trees, ec. For further par-
ticulars apply to J. & J. HOWE, No. 15 1 ung-
wharf. Jul y 4

ThWO brick Dwelling Houses-one situs'ted inx
Friend-street, the other in Centre-stri et.-
They are both in good repair-rent modern ite.-
For further particulars apply to NAT] IAN
WO Brick HOUSES, in complete repair, at
very low rents. Inquire at No. 32, Cora hill -.
June 27
r HE Lime Grove Place, at Brtghton, forrm erly
T occupied by Mr. Knap. and at present by Mr.
Durivage, will be sold or let. Possession given im-
mediately. Inquire ofSWETT & HAMMO:\ ND,
No. 8, Central-street, Boston. 2m June' 27
-~ r "-
SHOP No. 83. State-street, opposite nortb
Old State House-rent 9300 per annum.
quire of ABEL BAKER, adjoining said shop
June 30
A STABLE situated in Orange-street. sit
A forma Livery Stable, and formerly occupil
that purpose.
A.lso, a Blacksmith Shop-ret reasonable
quire at No. 21, Orange-street. tf 'I
FE W Boarders can be genteelly accommot lated
in a fainily without children, about 6 : miles
from town, between Neponset Bridge and St luan-
tum, where they will have the advantage of a I ros.
pect of the harbor, and of salt-water bathing. In-
quire at No. I, Summer-street, or at the Oeentinel
Counting Room. Ju ly 4
A LIGHT travelling second hand Carriage, with
plated Harnesses, and Netts tbr the E borseg
complete, in good repair for a journey-it mr ay be
bought much under its value, and is well calculated
for a Gentleman in the country, for his fairdiy.-
Apply to JAMES GODDARD, Carriage M1aker,
West--street, opposite the Mall. epis3w na126
rI1O be let and iminediate possession givotn, in
1 Cornhill-square-that suite of Rooms now oc-
copied by Messrs. Holbrook & Dexter. Al o, the
Office lately improved by George Blake and P.
Blair. Esq's, and one other room, suitable :for a ,
Office or School hoom, on thesamefloor. Also, the
Counting room in the rear of Store No. 1. Terms
of rent will be made known on apphlicationto LANE
&. LAMSON, or H. F. BARRELL, on the pre-
mises. eptf may 5

HE person that borrowed or has the thirty-ltrst
volume of the Medical and Physical Journal,
half bound, belonging to the subscriber, is request;
ed to return it to No. 18, Atkinson-street.
June 6 ep6w ISAAC RANDI

TrHE corporation of thic-eity-will give firo,..
Sday to the first day ot May. 11822, two 'lallarSi "
antd fifty cents per ton for good round paving stones,
and 75 cents peqlpaiving sand, and receive
the sam.n from the ccks of the vessels importing
the same Into this port. They will also give 1 1.-2 .
cents pe running foot for 20,000 feet of curb, and
10,000 fiet of gutter stones. The curb sl.ones
must he not less than 3 feet long, 12 inches deep
atnl 4 inches thick; gutter stones not less thao. two
eet long, It inches wide, and 3 inches thick.
J. ROFFIGNAC, ,M'ayor.
JVew-Orlese, .April, 1821. ep6m
4 PERSON of good address, well acquainted
: with the town and its inhabitants, capable of
collecting subscribers for an original and iitere sting
National Publication, now printing. Applied action
may be made at the Bookstore, No. 37, Brattle-
strect, or at the Centinel Counting Roosi.
July 7 Ssp
N OTICE is hereby given, that t"^
subscriber has been duly appointed eteutll
to the last will and testament of
late of Marlborough, in the county of Middlesex,
yeoman, deceased, testate, and has taken upon
himself that trust by giving bonds as the law directs-
All pet sons having demands upon the estate of the
said deceased, aie required to exhibit the same ; '
anId all persons indebted to the said estatee, are
called upon to make payment to '
51arlborough, Tune 26, 1821.

PUiticalh..... Mercantile....and .ti'sseli menus.
Published on 1'edne,,aes an,! Saturt laysy
BENJAMIN RUSSELL, Publisher of ti e Lasts
ot the United States, Printer to the Stu te,and
Propretor. at his Office, Congress-atrya 't.-

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