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>
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073202
Volume ID: VID00008
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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 Related Items
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, (Alassarcusetts,)' WEDNESIJiY R'NING, AUGUST 1, 1821.


TI'HE appointment of CONSTABLES for th
town. of Boston the-ensuing year, will take
S place on WEDNESDAY, the at day of August.-
Aniy persons who may wish the appointment, will
S Wake application in writing, at the Selectmen's
,R nlom, previous to that day.
.' Border oft'the Selectmen.
July 28 ;
Mediclti Prize Questions.
T. iHE annual meeting of the Boylston .Medical
.. O onitteliof Harvard College, will be held
in the usual police, on the first WEDNESDAY of
S.August next, bMinF thie first day of the month, at
4 o'clock, I'. M. for the adjudication of medals or
premirus. J. G. COFFIN, Sec'y.
July 25 Ssp .
S thirdd New-Hampshire Tuirnpikc.
FItE a Inn ,l'.meetii]g of the propi iletoi s .f the
t third t iTnnpike road in N -w Ii np,l.ire. %.ill
"be ,t.IUSEP NEitl ELL': t..'e.n ;n New.Ipis-
.wich. q.. 'E DNESDAY, tllie '-gth d.v ol August
. -ewa,:. t I o'WOk, :' M. -
J.: l1lN--ERLSTON, Prot," s -Clel.
*' e;.-flpr..-i/,, July -t2i, li .'.

BIOSTOAN, JULY'23, J. D). 1821.
THEREUS it appears to this Board, tron ,a
reporrtI and proceeding .of the 'Board of
Healthof the ity.f8alimore, published in the
-public new'spaerti, thliat-a maligninrt fever is pre-
valent in the city of Baltimore, .
Therefore otdered, That all vessels arriving in
the Harbor uofoston, direct from the city. or port
.of Baltimore, In the State of Marylant, shall first
anchor on Quarantine Ground, at R insford's. Is-
land adildhere remain until they have been exam-
ined b('the Piineipal or Assistant Physician, and
obtaj~irermission trom one of said Physiciani or
the Commttet on Quarantine, to proceed to the
i$mer narboe--oand the Secretary is directed forth-
with to cause jhis order to be published in the
newspapers printing the rules and regulations uf
. this Boaird. y order of the Board of health.
Attest, BENJ. WHITMAN, Jr. Sec'y.
R. OTTT'ING proposes to deliver a course
of Lectures on Botany to Ladies and Gen-
tie.nen, accompanied with illustrations, by means
of transparent drawings, highly magnified. The
Course will consast of 14 Lectures, comrising
the Liniman System and Physiology of Botany.
July 18 ; .'

S" 1-Y21,18-21.
'ir1OTICFE is hereby giver.,,that a sum equal to
) the aimoiunt of the Mississifspi Stock now out-
sanding, having been received into the Treasury,
from the sale' of public lands pledged for its redemp-
don, the whole ofsaid-Stoct will be discharged at
(he Treasury, on or after the first day of August
next-. WM H. CRAWFORD,
tA Secretary of 'the Treasury.
Offlee of the Comnissioners, .
Washington, 14th Juhe, 1821
?RH-E Commissioniers, appointed under theq
.-T. llth article of the Treaty of Amity,.set-
isment,aid Limits, between the UnitedStates
of. America and his Catholic Majesty, con-
cluded at Washington, on the 22d day of Feb.
ruary, 1819, to-asce the fl amount
to, in the said 'reaty, being organized as a
' Board, ;according to the provisions of the
Treaty and the act of Cdngress in that case
made and provided, have passed the follow-
ing Orders; of which, all those interested
will be pleased to take notice :-
," Ordered, That all persons having claims
under the Treaty of Amity, Settlement, and
Limits, between the United States of Ameri-
ca and his Catholic Majesty, concluded at
Washington, p9f the 22d *day of Vebraary,
1819, which are to be received by this Com-
mission, td file a memorial of the" same with
the Secetat'y of the Board; to the end, that
they siay be hereafter duly examined, and
the.validity and amount thereof decided up-
o0 according to the suitable and authentic
,estimony 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 affidavit of the claimant.
And, in order that claimants may be in-
formed of what iswnow considered by the
Commission as essential to be averred and
.established before any such memorial can be
reraived by this Board, it is further
iOrdered, That each claimant shall declare,
in his said memorial, for and in behalf of whom
the said claim is preferred ; and's whether the
amount thereof, and of every part thereof, if
allowed, does noy', and, at the time when the
said claim arose, lutely to the said claimant, or to any other,
and, if any other, what person. And in cases
of claims preferred for the benefit of any
their than the claimant, the ,memorial to be
exhibited must further set forth, when, why,
and by what means, such other has become
entitled to the' amount, or any part of the a-
mount, of the said claim. The memorial, re-
quired to be exhibited by all claimants, must
also set forth, and certainly declare, whether
the claimant, as well as any other for whose
benefit the claim is preferred, is now,andl at the.
time when the said claim arose was a citizen of
the United States ,fAmner'ica, where lie is now,
and at the time the said claim arose was, dom-
iciliated-and, if any, what change of domi-
ciliation has since taken place. The said me-
morial must also set forth, whether the claim-
ant,-or any other who may have been at any
time entitled to the amount claimed, or any
part thereof, hath ever received any, and, if
any, what, sum of money, or other equivalent
or indemnification, for the loss or injury sus-
tained, satisfaction for which is therein asked.
"And that time may be allowed to claim-
ants, to prepare and file the memorials above
mentioned ; it is further
Ordered, that when this Boa.d shall ad-
ourn 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 exaiftination.
Ordered, 't hat a copy of these proceed
lngs be published by the Secretary of this
Board, in all the public Gazettes in which the
laws of the UnitedStatesare usually printedd"
-By Order. T. WATKINS,
Secretary to the Commission under the
11th/ article of the Florida Treaty.
June 20 tS10
Salt Marsh for Sale.
A'T'RACT of about three and one quarter soacres
Ai of Marsh Land, lying on the branch of the
Mil.-Dam road, leading to Brooklinre,bordering on
(aid road twenty rods. For sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at No. 3, Inrdia-whsrf. 4uly lS

Mrs. Hastings and Miss Merritt. LOW'S E.VYCTLOP(,DID.
e "Xir.AVE taken.the front Chamber in Mr. Fessen-, rpHuSE subscribers,'or others in, possession ofi
U Jn den's house, over the book-store, fronting on J : this work, -who may be in want of any num- -
Cornhill, at the corner of Water-street-enrtrance bears, or impefecteia and plates, and wish to have i
I in Water-street. Ladies Dresses cut and made of them coni,pleted,'re informed that ain agent is in ,, RO%
Every description, with peculiar neatness ;-a re- toin from New-York, who will attend to the or- : l
tired room to fit their dresses. Clergymen's ders of anv who may please to leave then witih l. Mi-
Gownsmade. Ladies from the country are invited JOHN-LUDON, Tailor, Brattle-square, Bostou.n .1se"
to call. ed to. sitin c
Tailarirg by Miss Mzn 'rrT.-Gentlemen's (0,Letters addressed as Above,-will be aftend- ann.xinr
coats, pantaloons, vests, &e. cut and made. ed to. Those in arrears, are requested to make s>on of
N. B. 4 Apprentices at Tailoring, and 3 at Man- payment., epinm July 14- not ceel
l taumakinig are wanted ; none need apply who
cannot bringgoodrecotmmendations. FOREIGJV BO'O1'. ,premw
July 5 6W' CHOICE addition has jus; been made to the membit
IO 'extensive assortment of French, panish,
INSTFRCTION. Italian and.other foreign BOOKS, at BiNGiAM The"
M RS. MARY A. BROOKS respectfully in- & CO's Bockstore, No. 45, Cornhill. The best tirea, 1
forms the pibhl.. that she proposes to be. Authors in the above Languages, may always be i'ithi eqe
gin on Monday, hie .22d instpit, to devote the tfoun at this Store, with a very great variety of a "me
or.iii from rnie tll one in the m,i nirg, to the in,. Ditionaiies, Grammars, and othur School Books. will in.
struclion of a limited number of young Ladies' in Amonga& the late:additions, are the elegant present
the Frenuh-lnr..1 Ih'.i.,n Lang.-ges. Partic'ul r Colletioi ties Meilleurs o*uvrages dle la Langue f-rdiingi
and sep-arale' artution ill ,if i t, id to p. rlieciiCe Francoise, 8 vols. 8vo. ties of
theirlmand irainig ard ,o English, ormp.srtiair.; OeuvresdeRolh, .Ovols. Svo. "'.' Ies
ar.d great j ans take n lo irtpirc a taste [for ne Botta.Storia deltaGuerra -dell'Idileiipede.i, 4, es se
Irtei,.iTe-'n-eenemrl. For tems, apply at No. 2g, vols-.8 wv, be.
cl,,.A.l--;reel. -"Os Lusiadai ldeCanrioenis, -y ac mnh
/,I7re..c.-Me,3sr3. F. S.sCS-CA.ln Bic.- T.,soro del Parnasso Espanol. 4 vols. 18 mu. tblhihr
HAw Sc Co. 6sp -Boston, July 7,1821.' Oeuvres de Pothier, 3. vols. 8vo. .of t1em
Ultimc-Lettere_.diJ copo Ottis, lino. n rt by
Academy for Young Ladies, Oilando Ft'rioso, 8 volt. 18 ino. utho ar
IN CHtARLESTrOW, (Mass.) rhe Biblc't ir F"elchl, and. the New Testament, lost. "
n French, Spanish, ltalian,. Portuguese, D-tch, Bani .v
MISS TUTTLE &- MISS SMITH, Danisl, Swedish, Manks, & &c. b. eongi
"ROPOSE to commence a School for Young Or'Odersfor Foreign Bowks trom Europe 'are for te
Ladies and Misses. in Charlestown, on the July an w11 l be he a w days. b ess
first Monday of Aprif.next. law pr
Reading, Writing, Spelling, Geography, and AND when finished may be had at HARVEY prison
I plain Sewing, "-- "- -d- o BATES', No. $, Middle-street, where Mr. process
English Grammar, Arithmetic, and Conmpo- Itgalls formerly kept, the commer

INC-U-T- THE ABOV I, Trial and Confessiion of Lorenzo Dow. and by
flistory, Rhetoric, and Drawing Maps, 8 Also, a Paraphrase on Genesis"XLX 10.- tates
Logie, Cheinistry, the Latin and Frenclh Lan- Lkewise, r De.w's family Medicine," patented to ernmen
guages,'- 10 him by U. S. and fIund beneficial for thei Head, disdain
Stomach, Bowels, Liver,&e. as a corrector and res against
Reference may may be had to torative. Juna20 -present
S1TVTFIS hATWann, Esq. Chnrls'eostov, -mezs
or Dr. Anseats PsHE.LPs, :Botton. The.a Imas,
Applicationfor admisionin the School, may The Hingham Woollen t3anufactory A var
be left with either of the above named Gentlemen stablisnment for Sale. propose
mrch 3 IRHE Real Estate consists of a Dwelling House which t
ma one story high; with 7 rooms on the floors; the of the
:NOTICE. factory, 70 feet long by 30 feet wide, 924 stories help-th
MOS B. PARER,Bookseller andSttioner, gh; aStore, 3 by15 t et, story' a Dye csnait,
S B PA"K E house, 20 by 2 feet; a Kiln for ryin Con, recom
Ae, respectfully infirms his friends and the pub .where20. .busl i h g ""be dried eseroym24 hours;
li, that his effects having been chiefly preserved Irf abo t 'ct longer, d h .ou l e coiside:
from tfie late destructive fire in Union-street,he has rf ot 40et l and ut two gce of
resumed business at No. 48, Ann-street, where all The Machinery, &. consists of doubled
favors will be acknowledged with gratitude. He rding Machines; I Pickerts of double and 3 it wi
has this day published andfor sale, as ahoveCON- single a'ung l achnes; I P'cker; 2 Jennes t wi
STANTIUS and PtULCHERA, or Virtue Re- LI I Rping iMaeltne; 5 broad .ad 2 single tion oft
d ehooa sppied with Books on the osm; ibroadtand.I single Shearing Machlne, of tie .
w a r d e d S c h o o l s s u p p l i e d w it h B o o k s o n t h e P -e .,w U. 2 ^op pe r A n .'" --t-o n e"
most reasonable terms. Press, will plates, &fo..; 2 copper and'l iron Ket- .
lee. tle; a Val, for eoonring digo blue ; copied
_0rBook Binding done at short notice. tk. .e tter o rit o blue ing uch t
-Asi, July 21. "epm "Mill and Bir's, &. : &e. Warping- d h

Fire Engine a actry This establishnetis sitiatd o tide water pubh
F ire.ER KgINS &BACO'yS ewhsere vessels of 8 feet draught may come at con-, tion to t
LATJ PERKINS & BACON'S. mon tides. 'u p'
TRHE subscribers beg leave to iniform,the pilAlie, The business of Carding Wool and .Uressin-g -dds
1 thattheyV have purchased the Stock and *at- Cloth is now carried on at this place, arid mvt bn tno i' i
eat jRight ofPerkins & Bdacq, for. earryingi oi continued without interference,h with mn.v <,,hel used in
the abnve, business, ar,d bave taken the tiii ,i'rs- l kinds of bsirihess, for i.-hil, th-. I.itaiio" ,i, "ell .r mi n
tnoireY-6luBupried--by tIieim~ ~l>kc tt SrtI. .I...- 1' ItIS.. M -ni lttl th';i" iNn t ,.i'iI -..i. -... -'- t-
GhorchN .Noh, Seventh-street,% ihi-rc -di re- .il ,might be cirri'rc on here to &eit sde.inntrt.-eo merit, in
be happy to,receive and execute o'lers ltur any 'I'he Buildings are all ir gaool aep-irr, and rhe posed o
Machinery min their line, and pledge themselves phied will be sold very low, considering th. marn, which :.i
tat taU gcuted fi-oni -the best of materials, advantages it unites for business of various kindsi. duty is 1
.n t a a T m'?1 nner" 1 -hey have also For frsthen partieulnr's, inquire of MARTriN La
comeW a deterninatio n Crheher., or tir LNCIL ,. nr IF.R r ..tE.!sl R0 f l- e-e
burid Donnest S, ^t ,/'\-i .; 1 us hll *' Boxes, for watering Gardens, washing Windows, fairs, we
&e. and which will force the water, by the power Commonrwealth of -lassachusetts. Art. I.
of one man, 80 feet, on two wheels, to play through Midd'esex, as. To WiV'. Kendall, of Chelsea, in 26th Julh
hose pipe, for o the county ofSuffolk, administrator of tihe estate eial duty
Or to play through a goose-neck, 47 of William Kendall, late of Pepperell, in the dice to tt
Large sized do. for factories and ships, 75 said coany of'Middlesex, deceased, and to heir's the Unite
Second class Village Engines. Which will play at law of said deceased,and to all others concern- only to ll
over a five story house, ana not requiring more 75 ed in said estate. GEETSO. ports nf
than eight men to work them, tor" 2 .HEREAS tale e si e. W.iTll i s. 2. Tin
First class do. throwing larger stream,hcld- A illim as of the s
ing more water, and requritinig ten men, 252 v V preenteild for',allowance to the Judgefat of the 26
misgine to exceed those nfdi.. douihe clhain- Probate of Wills. and for granting letters of ofin. thi
i -oexcee"te slt'att im andlltoa grthe said county of Middlesex, vessels o
her (usually termed first class) in, power and s at io i otre sa" os y ns Middlese, France p
e tndtoplayomtwo pipes a.. when 7 te rt account is administration upon said es-
w wanted, ------------- 60P tate, and also atin account of his claims against said returned
wanted 5 estate as creditor thereof, auction o
Se ond-class do. i but little inferior in distance You are therefore hereby cited to appear before duty.
and size ofnosel, -' 50 the said Judge at a Court of Probate to be holden 3. ThJuly
The Inargest sized Engines yet in use., w~i at Clharlestown, in aind for said county of Middle-26th uly
discharge upwards o a ton of water per mm-' sex, on the third Tuesday of August next, to show 4. 'Our
ut, ar.d project it more than one hundred and cause, if any you have, either for or against the Fifnairces,
ninety feet, through -tosel nearly an inch, 950 amend thebove named Wm. Kendall present
DOUBLE CHAMBEI ENGINES ot ,he 2d, diA yar the above named Win. Kendll, acer- present0
1st t e Sdingiy are hereby Ordered, ton serve thiscistroiiby Bulletins
slot, and extra class, warranted equal in every roe- -" Givene
pet to those made at any other manufactgry, at gvng person lal notice i hereofto all persons Corm- 3d
60 dollars, 850 dollars, and 1050 dollars-50 dol- corned in sai estate living ithin ten miles fri-om the23d
lars adn'itional being changed when made to play tie said Court, te days at least previous tierelo, The M
two streams andnotifying all others interested therein by caus-
I Engines ca the old English construction repair- ing a true copy hereof to be inserted three weeks
ed alnd improved so as to play further and easier suecessivel-, in' tI public .newspaper called thre A lett
than irhe e n oew s Cohvnbian Cenifel, published in Boston, by Bed- tplieini
Supply Pumps, to force water through hose into JYfini Russell, tie last publication to le at least
B,,gnes, withLevers on a new construction, work- ten days before. the said third Tuesday of August, under d-d
e aith ease by two men and to make due returns hereof with your doings "OnOr
Progressive Lever SealPresses, for Notaries and thereli unto the said Court. traasferf
Public Offices. S. V. MERRICK ai CO. Dated at Cambridge, the 31st day of May,,in fed on't
Philadelphia, June 9 ep8w : tie year of our Lord one thousand eight Ihusnred Iong as i
Piladlp hia, ne Pand twenty-one. ton. Th

Old Line of Mail Stages, from Boston to
E" AVES Boston on Mondays. Wednesday,
Sand Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestowri same evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M.'; dines at Windsor, and
arrives at Royalton same evening. Leaves iooval-
ton at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives at Burlington
same evening.
1RETURA'IJVNG-Leav'es Burlington at 4
o'clock, A. M.: on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat-
urdays, and arrives at Royalton same evening.-
Leaves Royalton at.4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
at Francestown same. evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 4 o'clock, A. M. and arrives in Boston at
4 o'clock, P. M.
Towns through which it passes from Boston:
Charlestown, Medford, Woburn, Billerica,
Chelimslbrd, Tyngsborough, Dunstable, Amherst,
Mount'Vernon, Franiicestown,Hillsborougl, Wash-
ington, Goshen, Newport, Claremont, Cornish,
WAindsor, (Vt.) Hartland, Woodstock, Barnard,
Royalton, andolphl, Brookfieid, Williamustown,
Montpelier, WVaterbnry, Bolton, Williston to Bur-
lingtoni, then by Steamboat for Montreal.
ach, passenger allowed thirty pounds baggage
gratis. One hundred,and twenty poiands equal to
a passenger. The Proprietors will not be account-
able for any baggage unless receipted tor.
Stage Books'kept at RILEY'S, No. 14, Back-
street, Boston, and at JOHN HOWARDS, Bur-
DEAN & ALDS; to indo
F. & J. PETTIS, Prop's from
July 125 e 'tt'

SAML. P. P. FAY, J. q/of Preobate..

Commonsuealth of .Aassachusetts-.
Middlesex, ss. To Samuel' Weatherbee, and
Others, heirs at law of Anna P:ge, late of Cam-
btidge, in the county of Middlesex, widow, de-
ceased, and to all others concerned hi the estate
of said deceased, GIaWR ING.
L.s W'T HEREAS a certain instrument, pur-
,a re.V porting to be the last will and testa-
ment o said deceased, has been presented for pro-
bale to the Judge of Probate of 'Vlls ami for grant.
ieg letters of administration il anrd for the said
county of Middlesex, by Sewall WVhite, ithe exeeu-
tor therein named
You are therefore hereby cited to appear before
the said .Judge, at a Court of Probate to be holden
at Cambridge, in and for said county of Middlese'x,
on tlie last Tuesday of August next, to show cause
if any you have, either for or against the same.
And you the above named executor accordingly
are hereby Ordered, to serve tins citation, by giv-
ing personal notice thereof to all persons concerned
in said estate, living within ten miles of the said
Court, fourteen days at least, previous thereto, and
notifying all others interested therein by causing
a tru. copy hereofet, to be inserted three weeks suc-
cessively in the public newspaper called the Colum-
bian Cenisnel, published in Boston, by Benjamin
rnussell, thie last publication to be at leaet fourteen
days before the said last Tuesday of August, and
to make due return hereot, with your doings therein
unto the said court.
Dated at Cambridge, tire twenty-third (lay of
July, in tihe year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and te enty-one.
SAML. P. P. FAY, J. of Probate.
v OTICE is hereby given, that the
L subscriber has been duly appointed executrix
to the last will and testament ot
late of Burlington, in the county oat Middlesex, wid-
ow,deceased,testate and hlas-taken upon herself
that trust by giving onds as the law directs. All
persons having demands upon th- estate of the said
deceased, are required to exhibit the same; and all
persons indebted to the said state, are called upon
-to make payment to
.Jlur-lir-Uto, June 5, 18S1.

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;-Trien- c/. .\,,.-.,, s Intelligcncer.

Mt.ci s ste i..iaughter of the Union, we.
.hntthat a "'olemnt public act" has
tih'J.eJerisl'ture .i-eptling' the propo
oq.ainmid itn th r.-, i'i,)onlof Congress
ig'' th1aL StaTe into the Uiion. We have
n *"-snmhentic crr.p ofi he act, but we
e"'_t u;ill ioon be irorrialgated in due
wh\1- Missouri is ltled asa legitimate
or thie famiv of ST stes.
. 1iislatture ha ;ldopte.d other. means
A h we wish we cold contemplate
[ii'at.I ahiriction. SO.e too has enacted
iasra nof rT.lii;" u cli i we apprehend
It reid.:ve mnir.s a family of their
t 'pbssesioris ind future ehopes,,by;af-
her, a faility -.f obtaining's.quanti-
pr.p r money, c.mp.ar.-st ely value.
elf, bgt binding all thel means ofthois
rrn-nit. Of the fc'atures ,f this pl ir
r knlot, tha e it co-.iieriplate-s the. er
ment of ., Loan Ofth.e, a, ili a cfpritl
hniidriAd thousand dollars, to be lent
comrmissioneis;no the several counties,
- :ilrea.l'appointed, no time being
Wha' is ti constitute the capital ofthe
'e Lo, 11rot, but we presume tie lands
ng to the State are constituted a fund
evetltual redemption 'of the paper to
ed. Connected with the measure is a
Oviding for the redemption of proper -
unier execution, and abolishing ima
lent for debt on original and mesne
. The last of these measures is re.
ended equally by justice and humanity,
- the'example of. several intelligent
n the Union, which we hipe the gaov.
t of the United States itself will not
to pv py; and, for aught we' can see
it at"-present, the other may, in the
ct condition of the western country; -be
lre equ *Hlv humane, if- not as politic.
riety of amendments have already been
ed to the Constitution of the new State
take effect if ratified by the consent
next Legislature. This we. cannot
inking a dangerous feature in any
ttion, however the process might be
:ended as a check on too much or in-
rate legislation. ..

11 be seen by the following transla..
he late French decree on the subject
tonnage- duty on American vessels,
rom 'the National Intelligencer, how
he English editors misunderstood it,
kin judicious it is in' other editors to
tlie nirrm^keo, when a little attend.
-he s'biect woluh, enable them to cor..
ipualun oa.jap oat l'l;il 'urtul '4u0.I
,osti q Plnoon .Squtpoo *trqs aa
rto the American \ es,. '.. hI:h ar-
iFr.nce between the 60l J.ulh, and
member, in ignorance of its enict.
Se new dlitly otf9u liars per ton imr.
n Americ ir. ves s la n all ves.jls
arrived after the 12th December the
evie .] .;-- -
w odithe SSd of April, 181.
ef God,mg of' Fianoe and
.e t*OII:e report of our Mlinitr .Si'
nave o P d.1ii U.1 U u uu r.m. ,I s'n{iii)Har.
'The 1st article of our ordinance of the
v last, by which-there is established a spe-
of ninety francs per ton, without prieju-
ie additional tenth, on vessels belonging to
ed States of America, shall be applicable
hose vessels aforesaid, enteed into tihe
France after the 12th of Deceuiber hlat.
Seamount of duties which, in consequence
eeial duty established b4y our crdinancee
ith July, may liave been received from the
A thi United States, entered in the ports ft'
previous to the l3th December last, shall
ned to whom they belong, except the de-
f a sum equal to the ordinary tonnage
e 2d, article ot our said ordinance of the
y last is repealed.
r Minister, Secretary of State of Foreign
and our Minister Secretary cf State of
are eh'arged with the execution of the
ordinance, which shall be inserted in the
of the Lawo.
at Paris, in our Palace of the Thuilleries,
kpril, 1821. LOUIS.
By the King:
ulster Secretary of State of Foreign Affairs.

:er to the Editors of tise National In-
:er, from a gentleman at St. Mary's,
ate-of July 15,1821, says:
['uesday the Province of East Florida was
ed, and the United States' flag was hois.
the .astle of St. Mark, there to float as
tshail wave over the capital at Washing.
' ceremony was attended with sadness in-
.iaril ; n arin were in .tears. This place
o longer one of the extremities of the Un-
id Florida, which lias so long furnished
e prhicipal themes of newspaper animad-
,going 'now into peaceful retirement under
ectio of this republic,'will no longer af-
ter for lengthy essays. causes for patriotic
ts, or events for political prediction."


S Greek Insurrection.
E have regular advices from Constanti-
nople to the 25th May. The Porte was
incessantly occupied in war measures to sup-
press not only the insurrections in Moldavia
and Wallachia, but that in the Morea and
Negropont, and also the naval expeditions
which have been fitted out or are preparing
in various ports of tihe Archipelago.
The two armies, commanded by IThAar'at
ACMeTr-PA'CteA, and JussuP PACLA, have u-
nited their forces, and were ready to attack
the forces under YpSIrANTr, who hasIO,000
men at Tergovitz. The two capitals of the
revolted provinces, Bucharest anttd Jassy, are
stated to be in the hands of the Turks.
SOn the 13th May, Galitz was attacked by
the Turks, and taken. It is added, that the
Turks put al! the inhabitants, men, women
and children, to the s ord, and afterwards sel
fire to the town. The killed on this occasion
are said to exceed 5000.
It is. stated, but not officially, that after
this, THEOnORE was Furprized at Pitescht by
one of Yesr.eArTr's officers, and was conduct.
edtothe H. Q. of the latter at Tergovitz.
Mos-An .PcnAt has left the neighborhood
of Constantinople, with 12,000 men, and has
marched for Rumelia.
On entering the city of Bucharest the
Turks. are said to have observed the most
rigid discipline.
A corps of 800 Greek-, who fled f'um Jassy,

on the appr'riichl of HAlnscacu AcnaerT PAca,- LAr-snow called the attention of the Peers
sought refuge in the Russian town of Sholeni, to the subject of the Slave Trade. He took
but it was rigorously denied to them. a view of the different Powers who pledged
Themselves at the Congress of Vienna, and by
e VIS.ENA, JurE. 15. At the last date the ex- subsequent treaties, to effect the complete
s ecution of the Christians had not ceased.at -abolition of the Slave Trade. lIe shewed-
. Constantinople. The brother ofthe-Drogo-" that, with the exception of the United States
Sma:n;Pritnc MonioSTr,lhad;been among the'last of America, and of the Arabs on the Persiati
victims. Several wealthy Armnenians had Gulph, none of the Contracting Powers had
e been strangled. The destruction of all the fulfilled its promises or keptits engagements.
e Christians in the Ottoman Empire seems France, in particular, has carried on.the Slave
e to be contemplated. Trade so openly, and to such an extent, that
in one single year, niot less than 60,000 Slaves.
j us 16. lre have official accounts that have been forcibly torn from the'coasts o6
Son tihe 3d June, the H, Q of the Turkish ar- Africa, and conveyed to the West-Indies, un-
Smy of 'yallachia, was at Calentina, a4suburb der the French flag, and under circumnstances
e of Bucharest, and consisted tIf 22,000 imen, of peculiar infamy and atrocity. His Lordship
nearly one ,caval. corps toyandatrocity. isLordshi
Early one ail cavalry. Tie eorps was to moved an Address to his Majesty on the sub-
proceed ag-a ns the rebels in a fesy days, ject, in which Earl BATHaRST agreed, anX
r united with the army of JAssUr PaceU, whio which was carried nemioie contradicente.
is said to have occupied Jassy.
^luchatrest. itself was occupied by 500 Tur. HOUSE OF COMMONS, 3ane s26
kish troops; they ,ere e ..i.li.r-..-J 'd 1e ,I The l'lo''ing %'es';l6itioni were agreed to'
strong forts of'the i- I P.-rlect ord.-r re- in Corrnittee of thewhoiule, ofthe House of'
failed ih the % t ct',,. -i..I tie i.,nLl. chece Cnomonsi arid a bill oi'dered to- be brought
had not been a r.i',.rt ,nli rr u'itel. All ir. z .- .
ithle. lha ,ni., oli t rnI i e .1-i hi 'r'itc I s;C I. That In01 vt.ole o" l. .te,-r.e ds8ot vessel -
t are, hox'.vc 'r, 'is-'rrn-oe.d tir fir. t are obliged .-r.nel rter.,-s Ilr. -,r.i ir.. 1 1 tlr slJA ci.i of the Kins,
S to dehliei p tlchir rms t., C',iirnulte., -I, .' l.' l. it ;l .- C ihe Ncth:i l I.dsre,pe,.n e.
S.pointed fbi' that purp.., thli- hinei..r i.-lier. n 1.lrd .ir b,.;r.g cr-gaged in illicit traffic if
them to their respective Consuls. On the slaes 'in violation of the'Coavention made with
l other hand, the Turkish Commanders.has had rhrt, ..ires. mis- Il allo.w-ed by the Lorrds Corm-
' several Tur'so hanged and beheaded who hoad .. Tn r -s t: i spurr
thereof, in all ca, e ino1,146 '.th i t oC. ed h -,r
benguilty of exci.sses. been actually distributed among.such captors.
All persons, even those individuals who 2.- Tiht a moietv of the proceeds of vessels and
are accused of having been'connected with. .i-es 1...lo,,inig r- subject of the Kings of Spain0
the rebels, are treated wnth tuIe greatest len- P..It uil. ," it.e N. ndertlands, respectively captur-
'ity, provided they have not been taken with eI lor t..n t nsr.ege'in illicit traffic in Siaves-in
* arms in their hands. Such persons a.re left violation ofthe Co;ventions made with those States,"''
* at liberty -tipon bail, and pursue their occut. be granted or alnived by tlIe Lords.Commissionerd -
t pations wkliout molestation.: But tile great- 'f his Majesty's: treasuryy to the Captors thereof,,
est rigour is shewn to the armea Hetarist in alradv dist iirieh pucl s havep not bee
SlrThus,-on the .2d of June, ten of Ypsilanti's 4 a- bounty of i fn'evea Slave forfeited
hand were taken in a Ivillase and executed iln being found on board of vessels belonging to thek
their black uniforms, at thi end of the bridge subjects of the Kings of Spain. Portugal, or their
that leads to thieTurks camp. Two Greeks of 'Netherlanis: respectively, captut'ed fo- being enr
Bucharest, who had taken part in the rebel- gaged itn illicit traffic in'Slaves inn violaion'oftfoi
Slion, experienced the same fatte. Conventions madewith those Sfatesbe allowed to-.
The Caimacans of the newly appointed the captors' such vssels. -
t Peifice Callimachi had not arrived at Bucha- Mr. -WILBEitrolicE in the Course df his r&a
t rest. marks on an address on the subject of thd
Carjowa is already occupied by the. troops .Slave Trade, mentioned the following case :
of the Pacha, of Wilddin, which usih their ad- Sir- Ger-ge Cli alter stating that e hibd
" vanced posts .along the River Alata to the stopped a French' vessel, (Jetue Estelle) which he:
neighborhood of Rimnick. suspected to carry slave; but on board oft which
According to the testimony of an eye wit- on his firstexamnination, he had found noie, pro-
ness, Theodore WIandimiresko, soon after needed to add, that as h6e was walking along the;
his arrival at Pitercht was surprisedby Cap eck, ether he or one of his sailors heard a faint
tain Jrdal at Pirrested and conducted by Cap- sonn, as of pesonsin great pain, and could not
l" tan 'JDhdalh, arrested and conducted in- tell feOrt--henceI it. proceed. tas atlength -
chains, with a strong escort, to Ypsilanti, at aselaied that i proceeded t m a cask the
Tergtwist. "ponlthe:
S ..s. "- deck. "The cask was in onrsequenee opened, nid
MoLrAA, MAT 20. On the 13th inst. the preparedd "S Sir C. Collier' was for every Cse,- of
S 2. n -- e ins.- ? "t he orror trat could -twellbe im aoned, he w as not
Turks stormed Galacii,* the -garrison of prepared br the scene which 'tti at- 'moment enot
whichlihad been reduced to ui,0, byl the his eye. In th ask e ome met
marchingg of 4000.of them to Wallachia. The. women nearly expiring from suffocation, and who
Surks knew. this, aind attackedhe. place certainly must ave perished in a ftw minutes if
with 6000 men, aind carried it, and put all their situation had not been discovered 0 This dis-
thle inhabitants to the sword cover reminded Sir' G. Collier and his sailors that,
*Gahsiz, or Galatz, or Galasi, in Moldavia, nearthe on. Ifewv hourss before they had seen a. nurrIer of
fle0i ir of the Pruth andthe Danni!e,-a IGreei eil. with casks floating uponsthe water, and left no doubt
i nt eOrr.litin otss50. 6.-'"nt waltkeh by theRussiansi;n 1790, upon their mindss as to thie fact thRat each of then) "'
after a nost bloody battle. lhad cotai tred a ntne- h I-,

PnAeKroT, JUNE 18. The Austrian War Such obsann erved ,, M -; ilber-or.a, s tha
Council .have allowed the Greek fugitives thetame he as so to "f
From Moldavia and Wallachia, to enter Train .
sylvania, so long as there is no Turkish army "1" ow'g from Mr. Wilberforces re<
t'eteedollowuig from r.-Wilberforce'a ree.l
treated as rebels. solves, relates to the United States -
J.TuE 26, A general embargo has been That we contemplate withiar different feelings
laid at Smyrna, 1in consequence of the Gre- the condt of the United States of America. Not
cian privateers appearing in the Archipelago. only have their eruizers been atively employed int
Several Turkish vessels have been captured co-operation with outr own in suppassing tihe Slave
by them, and all thie Turks found on board Trale on ihe Coast of Afilea, but an act has beea
massacred. passed by Congress, which places thIe Slave Trade
r -. 5.5 On .. te8th in the list of piracies, and subjects to eapial pun-
CNSTAT LE,AY5. On the 18th a ihment all citizens of the United States who shall
second division of the fleet put to sea; it be found,to engage in it. That, in witnessing the
consists of one 74, 3s and 3 brigs- conduct of te gisatre the United States,
These, and a ship of the line which sailed this on this occasion, we are led to reflect with grateful
morning, after taking in their ammunition, &-c exultation on our common origin, and on those
at St. Stefano and Gallipoli, sailed to the Dar- common laws and institutions, whose liberal spirit
danelles. They are fine vessels and well e- has prompted our American brethren to be aA-
qnipped, but have not sufficient men, the re- among the very foremost in thus stamping on a
.bellionofthe Greeks depriving the g-vern- traffic in the persons of our fellow creatures its
smenn of the best sailors. Thre Admiralty just character arid designation; and we cannot
en of the best sailors Admiral but express our earnest.'hopes that not only we
has enlisted aeamen of all nations, who re- ourselves shall speedily follow so honorable an ex-
ceive three months' pay in advance. It is ample, but that thle day is not far distant when,
hoped the crews' may be completed in the by the general concurrence of all civilized nations,
Dardanelles. this detestable traffic stall be prnmnounced to be pi-
The manner in which both parties carry ratieal, to be in .offence against all human kind,
on tlhe contest excites indignation. It is which all are entitled and bound by duty to sup.
mostly unarmed persons who are sacrificed. pl'' ss.
The .Mussulmen and the Greeks vie with That from the gratifying ontemplatitrof the.
c other in cruelty. I te More an N-' zerl manifested by the visited States to promote
peach other iy cruelty y. I the Morea aind Ne-' tie cause rf lium;anit, e turn with feelings of the
gfropont, they found victims for their'iry.- ost painful lisapliiintmenit to France, by some
Patraso iand Athens have fallen a prey to ol whose subjects the Slave Ti'rade has been ifor
5 the flames. There,and in Zea, Tino, and NMy- some time carried on to an unprecedented extent,
conne, the most dreadful murders were com- along the whole range of the western eoast of
mitted in cold blood by both parties. Smyr- Africa, and whose flag not only protects their own
na, too, wats lately the scene of many exces- subjects in their criminal enterprises, but serves
ses, but the arrival of some English and to protect the subjects also, of other powers who
French men of war affor,ls security to the eogvlg in this omreice, but wsho are prevrined
Franks and will probably check the Greek by the vigilance of ritish erizers from filing
Sranksand will probably canshelter under the flngs of their own countries."
pirates. -
he islands of Speiia, Hydra, and Ipsara .
have 70 vessels in the Archipelago, some of T e Strathmore Peerage now under ,thee
which carry from 16 to 20 guns. They ex- consideration of the House of Lords, s insep-
amine the merchanbtmen of all nations, and arably connected with the fine estate- the
seize all Turkish property on board, witih- mansion-house of which is the Castle of Glam.
out respect to any'flag. These modern buce- mis, where Duncan, King of Scotland, wias
aniers have even chased ships of war, have murdered, and in that neighborhood art the
tiken a Turkish brig, and blown up a small r-uins of the Castle ofDunsinane where Mac.
vessel. beth afterwards fortited himself.
The Porte has laid an embargo on all corn The changes in Administration are at
ships coming from Russian ports'; and all len finely g g
vessels going to the Black Sea are searched to the Admiralty, where Mr. STiruEcsBOUNEr.
before thcyquit thlr arbor of Constantinople. is to be the new Secretary. Lord MrELVIsE
This measure has been caused by the increase. remones to the Home Department, and Lord
ing emigration of the Rajas, and the flight of STnrovtrH to the Presidency of Council. Lord
several individuals implicated in the conspil- HAriownr, whose health is said to be ex-
racy of the Greeks. ceedingly impaired, has long expressed a
wish to retire from office, is going to remain
AMERICA N LOYALISTS. for some time on the Contineit.-Mr. Hes.,
JAMERCAN LOYALSTSe house sso, as it has been stated, removes to the
of Commons, the subject of the neglected Board of Control, wsth a seat an tre Cabinet;
class of Amer-ican Loyalists was again a sub and Mr. Ceo R takes the Woods and ForeSts.
ject of debate. Mr. M. ConsTETsAx said, that An account says, the Queen wrote to
there were funds at tlIe disposal of the King, Lord LIvaEroo. for permission to attend the
From which a portion of relief might he ex- Coronation; and that she has since received
tended to the American Loyalists, and he had ai answer, that there could be no objection
heen informed, that his Majesty was rinut un- to her attending as a private individuon, and
willing to afford fhem that portion of relief to that a private box is fitting up in the Abbey.
which they werd entitled.
In answer to questions from Mr. ELLIcE, The Patriarch of Lisbon arrived at Bayonne
the Chancellor of the Exchequer explained, on the 14th inst. He was President of the
that hIris preset Majesty entertained a high Regency ; and hae been banished because he
sense of the services of the American loyal- refused to take the oath to the Constitution
iasl, and was willing to make a donation to of the Cortes .without reservation.
Them from a fund at his disposal:-And that
it was the intention of the Treasury to recom- VIEtea, JUew 12. On the 9th inst. the
mend to Ilis Majesty to grant thIe sum of Emieror received an address of congratula.
,60,000 to the American loyalists; but he tiot from a deputation of the Provincial
could hold out to expectation that any coam- States of Austria, to *hich hie returned at:
Spensatiorl would be made to the Canadas. ansvi, r containing the following paragraph:-
--- Providlice ias 1rnmiti'td great evils for thie
TOHE SLAV"E 'rRAIoE. ke of teaeIl.irige grast lessons. At *e moment '
bHous or Passes, JUNTE 25. The Marquis of s


I-iW WIV-....




,, we I-.l'e o-Cnilici i % thi th-in rc-catl i1'...iit
it. -n;uiilti- at Naples. another,. ~itiracU, not
le". 4 1 t ,'iin;i l, r Uk:' out m :i i e:0U ini .ed.iately
IimII ruinihe. The autlior I these plots
.'rghi tIhelCelves sure ot vyi ; ti Ley firgot a
tI piiioiv can det) *;my I la)Bwcver great or
;.,.11e WVith the falthitfu. ank 'fli nstante .opera-
t i...i fI'my Allies, I 'i6ll maintain peace," .c.


Ss apposeid iitconsistency of the Russiau
S VERAL public speakers rnd writers
have indulged the spirit of sarcasm a-
Kainst the Emperor AxtADER.a on these
supposed grounds ;-I. That he is a member
of ithe M.isachusetts Peace Society ; 2. That
his coni tc lias been inconsistent with that
regard to peace which he professed in the
Holy Alliance. I
SIn regard to the'first proposition, I am fully
authorized to assert, that it is entirely desli-
,rate of truth. For the Emperor is not and
never was a member (f the Mfaesachusetts
Pence Socity. In 1818 he replied to a letter
from the' Corresponding Secretary, and ap-
proveJ the object of the society. His letter
"3s accompanied by another from Prince
Ai.ExaDEsa GALITzrss, in which the Prince
nitimated, that'it would he pleasing to him
to be a member of such a society. He was
accordingly elected an honorary member;
but the Empeior never was elected. This
is a correct statement of facts; all the as-
sertions and sarcasms to the contrary not-
withstanding. .
As it is certain that there has been a gross
mistake,- or something worse, in regard to
the first supposed ground of reproach; it is
very possible that there have he.en misap-,
prAehenisiors inri regard to the second. It
iti"y be trui ''tat all the Allied Sovereigns
ifiajidged as to the wxiest method of pro-
ceeding in regard to Naples and Piedmont ;
for they are ddttbtleAs fallible men. But it
may be asked, what evidence has yet occur.
red that AL-XXAiftI was not sincere in pro-
fessing a desire to prevent war and preserve'
peace ? If his preparations for war evince
that his professions were hypocritical, will it
not follow that our own rulers are hypocrites?
They make similar professions and similar
pra0)ir.iioris ; they, however, also profess to
belbt .., that preparations for war are means
for preserving peace.' Probably ALEXtAbiEn
is of the same opinion ; and is not this the
opinion of his revilers ? It will doubtless be
said that this Emperor .was concerned in
sending troops to A'iaples, But.for what pur-
pose were they sent ? Not to ravage the
country as enemies, nor to make a conque st
of it for the aggrandizement of Austria or
t5ssia ; but to quell what the Allied Sove-
reigns regarded as a dangerous insurrection.
Admitting that they were under a mistake,
iii the course adopted, is it wise in our peo-
ple to accuse them of thle basest designs ?
Did not our own government send forces add
take possession of Amelia island, when it
Was in the hands of boasting patriots and
frienIs of liberty ? and was not this done
with an avowed intention to restore the is-
land when it should be consistent with safety
to our own citizens ? What then have the
Allied' S'vereilyns done more than to imitate
the ex-,mIle vf our president, or to act on a
s9mii!.r principle of self-defence, or selifpre-
se,' ,'ton "l'tre patriots of Amelia Island
were regarded by Mr. Moruos as a band of
unprinciplet'robbers; the Allied Sovereigns
l had.no better opinion of the insurgents of
Naples. Perhaps they were under a mistake;
but they had greater advantages than our
people to form a correct opir.i;n ; and it is'
Certain that the opinion formed by our peo-
ple was erroneous. For considerable time,
I rejoiced with others in the' news from .Ma-
ples, indulging the hope that the Neapolitans
were prepared for liberty, and that the bless-
ing was about to be conferred on them; but
P-!u, iesit 0our south/iwr

F- 0-1iiu ot our souther
slaves. Had the Allied Sovereigns have le
them alone, a civil war, a long succession u
horrible massacres, and in unprofitable ex
change of one,set of tyrantsfor another, wer
events far more probable than the peaceabl
establishment of any rational system of gov
ernment. The people of our country havi
indeed much cause of gratitude to God, fo
the distinguishing privileges which they en
joy; but arrogant boasting of our vown a
chievoments, and a disposition to revile thi
rulers, the people, and the institutions o
uther countries, is foreign from gratitude, o0
genuine patriotism. Yet are there not tot
many who seem to have no greater joy than
what they find in calumniating the rulers of
foreign States ?-" To see nothing worthy of
praise in other nations, is to be blind; to see
it, and not own it, is to be weak" or wvi-cked.
It will be said that some writers in other
countries have indulged the spirit of self-
boasting, and have reviled and abused thte
people of. these States. This is granted ;
but such a practice is mischievcua and con-
temptible, whoever m-ty engage in it; it is
beneath the dignity of the Christian, the
Statesman, or the Gentleman. Who of out-
citizens does not despise such boasting and
calumny in a British writerr ? Shall then any
of our countrymen ini. gine, that they can
raise their own repu'Fation or the reputation
of their fellow-citizzns, by pursuing k course
which appears so disgusting in a foreign
writer, and which is censured by every man
of benevolence or good taste ? This is a case
ip which the proverb is truly applicable-
Answer not a fool according to his folly,
lest thou also be .like unto him."* 'If we
nust have such writers,let the disgraceful bus-
iness be confined to men who have no claims
to, be regarded as the representatives of the,
American people, and who have no reputa-
tion to lose. It by any means we can be use-
ful to o-r brethren of other countries, we
should rejoice in opportunities to do them
good ; but let us be careful that we do not
expose our "good to be evil spoken of;" by
assocatittg- with it the insults of vain glory-
ing, oi- a denial of the claims of other nations
to onm esteem for the good they have done,
or a wanton atuse of their rulers 'Sacn glo-
rying, such denial, andsuch abuse, can never
be approved by grateful, unprejudiced and
enlightened men. DECORUM.
It tould be vceurrydigingenuou. and unjust to impale to
our ti i tres an ieuln the th aligane- and iisuse
Sha eorvigailrs woillh ove tie snudor tois suske s Slnnjlardii
i ii virnot utie A: -ssican ieope. Asa people l e
1 tve ihs eed fauis ,tin, gh but I hope at Ii m mutb u t y
saud, Ih.,T iwe c,re u, a iol of braggahteio and eevikz-, de-
id lofr decer-eyin speaking ouf oisesves and of others. -

Mc. ETron-I have long wished to see
this matter liberally discutissel and on an ex-
tentided scale, but I have as yet seen nothing
on tne subject but limited view and. inmore
limited measures ;-I will therefore give you
my own cErude notions of the topograp sical

s, I presume, better ordered and understood.

diviluals or corporations with the intelre( ,of
the public. The s imtple police officer is a.
.an utf detail whom we have often seen, and

experlcened the partial advantages of his
administration; but he is to the Engineer,
what the Mason is to the .Architect; the ma-
son may-do his work well and according to
the rules of manual craft, but if lie have not
in view the general design of the architect,
his work. though perfect in itself, will be
useless or prejudicial for the general purpose.
Who has not seen works, public and private,
in every part of the town, done over and over
again, and yet very imperfect; first for want
of unity of design, next through the lack of
science, and last, though, not least, from a
mistaken idea of economy. Work oell done
is twice done, says the pl-overb, and every
public work should be done according to
known rules sanctioned by ages of experi-
ence, and not be the plaything of ever chang-
ing public officers, who by opening a volume
of SMFATOs or BELEDUrIF, may imagine them-
selves accomplished engineers, and try costly
experiments at the expense of the public,
which have been tried and exploded centuries
ago. The civil engineer is formed in the
cabinet, perfected by experience or. the
ground; his business 4s a science not to be
acquired in a day ; his relation to the city is
like that of the military engineer to the ar-
my ; the mattok or the sword constitute
neither the one or the other, and the success
of both depends more on science than on
hard knocks. The greatest work this State
has ever seen would have cost but little more
than one half the money expended on it, if
it had- been projected by the able engineer
who finished it.
The old cities of Europe were built for
other purposes and in different circumstances
of the world than the present, and as it was
found impracticable to reform them at once,
recourse was had to a general prospective
eplan, tn be put in execution gradually as the
old edifices were demolished by time or ac-
cident; thus.do we see them every day im-
proving. Where an extension is contemplat-
ed, the plan is well matured and considered
in all its bearings, and the positive good made
to yield to the relative better. In what office
is to be found the levels, angles, and ramifi-
cations of our drains? iWho regulates their
general order, composition, and dimensions ?
SWho is tIhere to prevent a very useful project,
the .Aquedu.'t fi,,m b-_i,,g a costly nuisance ?
Who-is tor'i ent hi p,'ecipitous streets of
the west part of the town from entailing on
posterity an evil nut to be cured ? To whom'
is subjected the building of wharvm*, opening
new streets and courts, digging vaults, (which
in some places are prohibited) making drains,
&c. &c ? It will be answered, the Board of
Health and the Selectmen have cognizance of
all these matters. But are they paid for this-
arduous duty, have they time, are they all
qualified to take these duties in rotation, and
have they that general plan. without which
there can be no unityor system in the exe-
cution ? I believe that without derogating
from their zeal and general information, it
will not be contended that they are all equal-
ly qualified, o" can feel the saume responsibil-
ity, as if the duty devolved on one. That
one should he paid a moderate salary; he
should be sufficiently independent in circuom-
stances to be above the reach or control of
individual avarice that would speculate on the
health or happiness ofthe public; hlie should
be as free from otl';r concerns as possible, to
be the less exposed to incidental influence.
His opinion would not be law, hut nothing
should be done without his motived report,
on which :l.e: iiher authorities would in
'their wisdom decide.
I believe that thousands ofdollars as well
av lives might and may be saved by that meth-
od which every other well organized city has
adopted ; and without which the peculiar
situation l f Boston may expose it, as it ex-
tends over fiats, to very great evils.
If this subject were brought before the
next town meeting the ciiizeps would have
an opportunity of expressing their opinions
on it. CIVIS.

t IT is rather surprising that nearly two cen-
t tries should have been suffered to elapse
- since the foundation of IHarvard College with-
e out a history of the institution. Such a work
e would be highly valuable, and unless exe-
- cuted within a few years will be almost im-
practicable. The plan has been suggested
r before-has been generally approved-would
r have afforded respectable compensation to
, the author-and many, we presume, have had
- leisure and means for its execution; but it
1c has been unaccountably neglected until the
r present. But whatever may have been the
r cause of this neglect, we hope that some one
t of its Alumni will soon be found, who is qual-
ified and willing to undertake the work.-
f The plan which has been adopted by DERn
f in his history of. Cambridge (England) we
think excellent and worthy in many respects
of being followed in composing one of our
ow University. Weforbearmi.ltiplying our
rem rks on what we have suggested, hoping
that other and abler hands-will carry forward
and: accomplish a work which must be desired
by all -%ho are interested in,the Univerity,
and which would be also of high importance
to the community. MECMENAS.

2! AFRICE. rAntis, JUNE 27, 1821.
SHE Emperor ALEXANiDE, speaking of
the Greek commotions, said, with emo-
tion, before lie left Laubahi, ".JVt. I posi-
tively will not meddle -with them. What Is it
only to depend ulion the foohsh enterprise of a
yfj'uth, to impose upon me the necessity ,f patting
my forces in motion ?"
In allusion to the Slave Trade, in a late de-
bate in the Chamber of Deputies, M. t'oa.TAr,
Minister of Marine, said, that the subject was
before a commission, and that the Chamber
would see by the report, that the Govern-
ment has sincerely executed the treaties and
laws which .prohibit that odioii .traffic.
The Duke it GRAimoo-r goes to England
to attend the Coronation, accompanied by the
Viscount Ins CnHAM ipAGo.,'and the Prince DE.
LEoN, Colonel Aid-de-camp to the infant
Duke of iorleaux.
The Fiunds. Five per Cents 81f. 45c. Bank
stock 154/;: 50c.
Official advices from Constantinople, dated
June 3, announce that that capital was 'ran-
quil ; that they had just received the official
news ofthe taking of Galatz ; and i tere for-
tifying the Bosphorus.

VIESNA, Juff 16. The advices by private
letters from Turke) differ from the Gazette,
accounts :-They say, that when the Turksi
entered Bucharest, they impaled the Greeks
alive; and thpt a heavy contribution was
levied upon those who were suspected of fa-
voring YPSILANTI. The Greeks say, they
do not wish the interventionn of Russia, and
that they wish to manage their own aTairs.
The last letters estimate the forces under Yr-
SILANTI, at 20,000.

raIns, Ju-.n 25, 1821.
French .Navy. In the Clwmber of
Deputies, yesterday, M. PoiTAL, Minister of
Marine, made a report on Naval -Affairs. t
While the navy of the United States, he said,
consisting of only 11 sail of the line and 1 I

frigates1 denlmnded'tm 'epense oi 16 St..Ij
millions of francs, the French navv, compig-
hending 58 sail of the line, and J9 fiigates,
asked only art appropriation ofsisty fi'e mi1'
lions; but which ought to ie allowed eight-y
millions. He remarked, that tedn'ail oif the
line, five frigates, and four sloops o fwar, have
undergone thorough repair :-Tihat in five
years the mass of workmanship on the Navyl
had been more than equal to the' building of
fourteen 74-gun ships :--That'the!.eameui in
employ amounted to 10,764: whi h was 3000<'
more than the last year ; and th f ra 74-gun
ship, which before the re, oluion cost about
1,200,000 francs, could iri nw -be built un-
der 1,700,000 francs:-Ttnit more than two
thirds of tle officers ant r.ids.ipnIerui, whose
presence ashore was not indispensable, are
actually now a~nlat :-That the Frrinch mod-
els retain theirformer excel ence ;"aand that
the maratime population was on theincrease
-52,000 seamen being actually employed in
the French commerce and 'fislerieca. lie
made these statements, he said, oO pieseia
the reductions which the fterids of ref im
were pressing so strongly and so inconide.
E.JV'GLAND. n-pos, jTuNr -,)0
Everything is ins act i-in o th Earl Mir.
shal's department, in issugin" ,i rmots to lie
persons to take parts in the Corionatio pro-
cession. i
he Knights Gtanid (',s,.is rf lthe Bah'
are to appear in a1 spletiil, c;',,iimC-, itI-
perb crinison satin mant'.e, liitil wuth htiie
taffeta, with a star ; h bli,o velvets ht, a
sword ad and belt, and a pa'r of gillt pu,9.
The rosettes for tie Pecnrsf, hnes are to be
of gold tissue, and not of redl 'ati.
'The. Trahin-bearers.of Iris Vaje.'.y, ttlrhedy
appointsed,tre" th'e'Marqim- e of D'mrio, si.-n t-
the Duike of Wellington, [nArd 14.vea't ,.Ire
Earl of Royden ; Eairl Itf re-kiiok ; V -.
count Ingestine; Earl oft In';ksl ,-, and
Viscount Cranbourue, all hli-i o niea'lv ie
same age, and sons of the lJm-rqu'is- es, a'H.-,
tings, Camden, Cholmondeley, and Salisbury,.
and the Earl of Talbost.
The platform reaching front Westminster
hall to the Abbey, has been enclosed with
boards, to prevent the workmen 'from inter-
ruption. o A
King's visit ta Itreland. A great number
of royal servants, with between 2.0 and SO
beautiful horses, will set out on Monda for
JDublin, to be ready fir his Majesty's'recep-
tion. The'aoDnke of Dvoss'.nne," with a.
princely retinuoe, accompanies his Majesty.
The, old mansion in St. Jame's square,
'once the residence of tELLt GwxitSE, has
been completely modernized.
The Society for tile Suppression of Vice,
and. the Constitutioetal Association, continue
to prosecute'the publishers of Blasphemous
and Seditious. works. The' last Association
receives daily accessions of members.
HOUSE OF COMIONS,June 27, 1821t.
.avigation 'cts.--On motion of Mr-
WAri.*Vc( [Vice-Freoident of the Board of Coti-
trold] otie House resolved into Commtittee, on
the N eavigationi Ict0. The Rt. Th Hon.Genfle-
man went iito full discussioniof the Navi-
gation Laws as they have long existold ; and
reminded the House that .Great-Britain held,
no longer the dominion of the sea by arms,"
but mtust contend there oil the fki ofild of.
commercial competition. 'The object in the
motions he intended to subtrit to. the House,
had for its main end to simplify arid fix, and
render clear and certain, the gen,:, f charac-
ter of our Commercial Laws, of i tIeic Ii he said,
throe were above 2000 in the books. Heithen
went into abistoryand classification S f h'em;
and an exposition of the motives sWlich ir.lu-
ced him-to moe foi tLeir repeat, or t.iodit-
cseltn.b. Oil the suibjecf of..protecting the
Bitilshwbipping interest, he ss4d, at-present
gulood" finni ihe various ports uf A-i'. Africa
attd- America, as front theppits of Eurmope,.
could.onlyh be brought direct o tht o I .ntI}
o .o...~say other
port; or that they might be removed from one
port to another.. Although it was probable
tha is proposition might meet with some ob-
jections, yet the view the view thl he had been ena-
bledt to alce of it, and the evidence on the
subject before the Committee on Foreign
Trade, confirmed his conviction of its expe-
diency. ''The last proposition wl:ich he should
of-er would be one calculated to make this
country the general depot for the whole 'Com-
nerce of the world. On the general princi-
pte of. the expediency of doing this hie felt
that lie should have the unanimous cor.cur-
renece of the House ; although there might be
differences of opinion on the provisions .of
the proposed measure. Of this, however, he
was persuaded, thisat we could not expect any
solid advantages except from provisions, in
which the, advantages of other countries
should also be consulted. It appeared to him
to be very extraordinary tlat it should be re-
served to our do'ys to make this consideration
enter into the commercial policy of this coun-
try. And yet for reasons which ,he was at a
loss o explain, it was not iutil the year 1803,
that an Act of- Parliament was passed, having
the subject at all in contemplation: It was
worse than absurd, because we cr-d rint'kc -e
foreign goods out of .foreign imrtst or, lJ ,..
prive ourselves of the advantage resulting
from allowing them them o pass through our
hands. As there was some .jetlousy, on the
question of the transit duties, he meant to
propose that his bill should apply to'all arti-
cles xcepit asuh as are at present by law
excepted," therebyavi he ,],tiaElirIi open
to be discussed in thle next Sessca.- I.: ion-
tended to propose a new regulations with re-
spct to the warehousing system, lh e thought
it necessary to divide atl iporatinoitis into
two classes. Tihe first class was to 'consist of
those articles whiich pay the highest dunx i
These goods were t o e w arehoused in tthe
Dcka, or in such warehouses as shlouhl be ]
nominated by three Lords ofl tle Treasury.-
Those goods were to be exempted from re-
weighiing, aud fiom the ntoecessity tf mating
good the deficiencies oarimsiui' tioi storage, a
in other cases. With respect to the second
class of merchandize, namely, those wtare-
housed in stores of a: less secure desoi'iption,
lie thought it necessary that they should be t
liable to re-weighing in cases of suspicion,
and also to the mnakinmg good of all deficiencies
it weight or quality. He next came to tlie
present Dock system. lie for one felt all the
benefits arisiifg to the Dock system, both to
the revenue intd the mercantile interests.- 1
But it appoiredto him, that all those dvanta- a
ges cotii be, preserved, at the same time that r
a fair competition in the warehpusing system t
seas c'ncourau'ed. t(He'i, heat-.-) liesvist ud d
it to be understood that it was not his inten-
tion to pass the Bill this Session ; but to throw-
.uont for consideration, and before the next
Session arrived, there would be sufficient time ,
:to give a due consideration to this important I,
iubjec;. He thought, however, that much
general benefit would be derived ft-om a re-
peal of the prohiibitory laws. "'lie lion. ilt-n-
bem proceedett to state/ that he had int his pohs- c
session a letter from a Consul abroad, ii i

which it was stated, that owners of foreign T,
vessels had given strict instructions to 'thei-
captains, not to enter British ports, unless tin
cases of imminent peril. This arose ofrom
hlie excessive harbor dues;4nd ihier fees ex-
acted in our ports. (Hear, hear.) Now this
proliibnti-n frequently causedthei loss of lna-
ty vessels, and, tiert'ore, both Ion the score d

'b~lu rnallit -well .9 ter liesiIt* f
it ne essaryto repeal; fsr as si.
thosgprohstil'tory laws ; tie Committee
alstaken this part of the qtrestion no their
consideration, and he trusted that a remedy
would be proposed early in the next Session.
After somi other remarks, the Rt. Hon.
Member, moved, that the Committee report,
that leave be given for a bill to repeal* divers
ancient Statutes, and parts of Statutes, so far
as they relate to the importation and expor-
tation of goods and merchandise from and to
foreign countries. Also, a bill to explain the
Navigation Laws, so far as relates to the coun-
ties from whtence and the ships in which
hLgoods and merchandise shall .be made. alo,
a bill to make further provision for permitting
goods imported in Great.Britui n to be ware-
housed or secured without payment of duty.
The House accepted the report, and leave
was given for the bills.

The oiied Stovereigns, Turkey, r c.
JuNE 30. In a debate yesterday on an
applhopriation for the salaries of the officers of
the Alien Office, the Marquis of Lonoansvit-
ax, in answer to a question put by Mr. Baa-
NEL, whether the government had received
any communication of the intentions of the
Allied Powers towards turkey? remarked,
That he was riot aware that any of the Eu-
'ropean Powers fihad issued any paper with
regard to Tuirkey :-And he begged leave
to say, that he had not, as suggested, altered
the opinion which he had always entertained
of their integrity, though his Majesty's Minis-
ters certainly differed from them on ,iie ile-.
ory and doctrines which they h:,it prifi-.un.l.
ed in their circular. "As to the vie t cf tlit.,c
power with respect to Turkey, he (Lord L.)
believed them to be as little actuated.by any
motive of political ambition, or terriforialag-
grandizement as any of the States of Europe
could be." --- '
On the subject of tfle Coronation, Lord
Lo.snoniziiz remairted that it was a part of
the Constitution, and prescribed by law'; and
Mr. It. BATnaRST, considered it as an august
ceremony, in which the King was for the first
time introduced in that capacity to his peo-
ple. A Coronation had hitherto been regard-
ed as a reverend ceremony; its expenses
were extremely beneficial to the laborer and
the manufacturer ; and were felt to be so at
this moment.
Mr.'Hur. said," the ceremony was neither
august nor sacred, but was founded in injus-
tice. If it was right that the King should be
crowned, it was right that the Queen should
be crowned also:-If otherwise, the Corona-
tion instead of leing an august and sacred
solemnity, would be a partial, wanton, cruel
act of injustice.'
Of the petitions lately presented to Par-
liament, was one from James 'Hatfield, who
had been imprisoned since 1800, for firing a
pistol at the King. The verdict, was lunacy,
and he was ordered to be confined until lie
could be at large vitihout danger to thle com-
munity. -
The Russian army in Bessarnbii under
Gen. WITGETNSTEIN amounts to 70,000 men.
rie Naticnal Debt of Russia, it is said, does
not exceed 47.CG0,000L.,sterling.

It was mentioned by Mr. BuXTO.r in mak-
ing his motion for the interference of the
governir~.nt to prevent human sacrifices, in
India, that during the last four years no less
than 2366 wives hadl voluntarily perished on
the funeral piles of their deceased husbands.
The inllabitants of Upper Canada have
presented claimI upon the government of
England to the amount of400,0001. for losses
sustained during the last American war.
Mr. VAsiTTArcr haIs declared that govern-
..inthliave no thriu tsofadmitting the claim.

fa. hingtsn, 26th July, 18?1.
XTUMEROUS letters haviribe
f ie treaty with Spain, mquiring -whether it
will be necessary for them to appoint agents, for
the purpose of prosecuting their respective
claims before the Board of Commissioners; to
all which letters, even if the duties ofmy office
allowed me sufficient leisure to pay them sep-
(irate attention, I could have but one answer
to make ;I have thought it expedient, with
a view to save both trouble and expense to
all concerned, to adopt this method of mak-
ing a general reply.
The orders of the Board, of the 14th June,
which have been published in most of the
gazettes of the Union, require that each
claimant shall, in the first instance, present a
memnoial, in which he-shall particularly and
minutely set forth the various facts and cir-
cumstances," upon which his claim is found-
ed; and that thisnmemorial shall be "verified
by the affidavit of the claimant." And as the
same orders contain the most ample instruc-
tions as to the mode of preparing the memorial,
the claimants are respectfully referred to
them, for the means of deciding, :r themselves,
whether the services of an agent will be ne-
cessary. T. WATKINS,
Secretary) to the Commis;os i til e the iithi Art
Of the Treaty with Spa:n.

IAmnlel, the Dane.
There is now in this city a half grown rat receiv-
ing its education in a school of yotidug kittens, all of
which -i e undet the kind ani inmpirtial instructions
on toe mother of the latter. The rat was caught
somieidaYs since and IIndke t the choose to be d1 .
inlreid by the cat, but instead nof rating it she caught
it in hert irou li and carried it to the box which con-
tained hIr own brood. The lady orf the house soon
al'er had tlccsioni to go into tle room where thev
tere, and upon looking into the box lnoud tbsthte
rat was actually su king the cat; sintore that in e it
mas shared It.I- atltemion equally wilh her own i
young. ,W1e lave just been to si'e this odd g ronp,
and lblu.d the young rat lyi. g iyV tle sidei ol tlhle e-Cat
nid sucking tzilli great apparent satisfctioui. Slhe
Ii ks ant.d plan wa i it in the same manner as with her-
ikitL'.s. WeI- have enotn when at scholIo red the stoi y
if' uomnuus atd t lemus, lio wtr-e siuckil and
brcu- hLt up hy n she wolf, but with till otn"ur erld.ily
wecv nervieved it as a imattr -of'tInt until :al'tfr
v :I : lrs.-- t'si: scene wlich we have describud.-
('... !.1. 0 ..11 '.. --- ---
A few id:Ls since we had occasion to record a
-trrid murder, eit.imateld bout i i nie-s from
this city,l on the At:ait:i r-aid, bli a nAegto foilow-
1,o calls hi self Essex. Wcu understand that this
iliioster in luman shape has again c-eeli guilty ot
ie nl me llt otif i-nurd. It oe s, I!at on "Pri.
lay nInoriiii last he entered tlhe hin t o a Mri-
:iwo, (who was ahlsent lromi lione at the tini, i) hin
lurkue t(:nntyand tAuiused his wile anId t-in-lv in
a moA.t Ilrutainl itmane'r. Mrs. 1). imuniteltiately dis
'alttit(d a servait lnfor her itilliiSbid, lho r'alirued
towards his resilience. Essex sufletrd Dove to ap-
proach within teu cr fifteen p-ttes of ible honse,
whln ),e leIvtled Ihis riun am hint and shot himn dead-l
I lie iall venut tlrouiah Dos isnouhil lId uit',Cane
iut at fihe back ipart 'fhI is .i s making we learn to apprehend tih nirdi re ti
,nd we irust ere this, lie is secured.-SA,IDvtiim,/h
ipoer. [(re not thee some ofthe effects ,f'slver?2]

China accounts say that thle Emperor .inig
tllin g, sNho ascended ttle throne 01i the deati
f his father, has been assassinatedi. The c
'ekin Gazette, speaking' of the death of l>,-a
'ing, says l.ri-f, In the l-it) ofJ ho, theit
25th day of the 7th mn, onlhis Manesty ?ct
Out to wander among thieiinmortais.s'

Ini the middle States citniderable damage
-as done to the bridges, dlams, anild prodi,irt
tlnd i uses in Iow situationso,.by an extra'.'-
inaly fresheict on the 26tb tdt.

I i. l v~,- -- 'Le lKe.--- piper, conlnadi.th ie re- -
iN ... ... Hpol,. lt i t Rev Dr OUrPI o hadRI a iceptc '
V LlNS'. tr _is r i, 18.'I the l'r.. '.ei.: .f DarUmouth Collge.
-- ----R The annual C .-inictc-.anenw at Ithe Univer.
FtuRTi-1-rf i F i ROPf., sity of Pennssylvania, was held the,26th tilt.
*Welnvefu llfie, of Londonjournal mo helstJly, Thir five young gentlemen received the
T hereed rbytheT.r.ito, ro. "i "n e degree of Bachelor of.qrti and eight the de- '
0( Pli^ e Greek Insmrrecton continued to gree of Xlaster of .1rts, one the degree
excite interest ; and the aocounts of events of Doctor of Medicine -
respecting it, were becoming more intelli- The annual Comniencement of Union Cel- '
gible. [See foreign head.] The insurrection lege, N. Y. took place on; Wednesday L.st,
was confined to the interior provinces of al- th'le Rev Dr. NOTT, plresiAing Sixty-seven
lachia and Aoltdavia, and to the Morea and young gentlemen received the degi- e .f Ba .'
adjacent islands. If credit can be given to ehelor eof irts, il five gentlemen iht degreeu,
the most consistent accounts, it appeared cer- of .Master of Arlts. "the I'n. L S. 'trI hL,:
tain, that strong ''urkish armies had advanc- MiTcRaEL, LL.D. of N.ew.York, delinrchd bl-1
ed into both of the provinces first named, and discourse before the Phi Beta.Kapp is i-tLiy. w
had been successful; and there were many GoV. Cu Ton tiandChiancellor Kar t7 etr cho-<
indications that the agents of the insurrection slen otaurs fr the next year. e-a
were wasting awaywith arapidily only exceed-
ed bythose bf Naples aid Piedmont. It seem- COMMUNICATIOS. "
ed confirmed, tlat the Turks had made thmn- Those wlo feel interested in 'the diffusion "
selves mastersof the two capitals of two capitals of those f beral Christianity must be desirous .fa
provitices;-that the Greek inhabitants were havin Im pblished the fled' a Lectu'. i hieh '
flying into the neighboring .a striaon and flius- have been delivered d.jiing several tealw -
sii.n provinces: that YPSILANTt, with his re- past in Harvittd University. fL As yht but* very
mining forces, had retired to Tergovisto ; little benefit lias been derived f-om .these
and that the two Turkish armies were con- Theological writings,' although much iho-r
centrating at Bucharest to attack him, with has been bestowed upo the by those who
very superior numbers. What the conse- stand among the first in our country for their
quences will be, if the vindictive Turks should talents and learning. We tlink that a re-
effectually subdue this attempt at emancipa- spectable volume of, them.mi-ht now be ea-
tion of a long oppressed people, may be con- sily afforded, which would be productive of
jectured :--But should tle sanguinary trage- much utility to the religious community;- :
dly, whicrhhias been actedin Constantinople, and we hope that those individuals to whom
be repeated, it must hbe ti.e wish and prayer belongs the authority fi.r such a publication,
of'all Europe that the sii .jnZ a in of li-th Al- miy be in-duced to advance -nd effect so rse-..
lied Sovereigns should b, ne i lvd In bl,,t the ful'a ui,.k. "I i.e d'I i-agii th. le foi ri e of
Turkish name from the mp ol J'uiopr, ;,nd th, I ret, t np sa ,ms nutt tobe otherwise
bury the bloody Crescit i t the dust. Wi e in tl.le ul b.-.;rg lfu v an eI

& c t l Ie ,Gr e e .as se r tir e s a i n c. .m e. .9. .
cr.casiig'. rsi3tiestfcn.-'A corn s'p-o6def't yet hopes"
n 'It was. reported, anew, that he state of that an exhibition ibiio ich has hen patronized
affairs in Spain was -ery unsettled; and that by all liberal and enlightened Europeanes and,
some great explosion was anticipated, by men of science in all couni ries. will nut fail
'veIn Jtaples the old border of things had for want of encouragement ini tqe metropolis
been restored ; and the punishment of some of New-England, especially when the propo-
few of the leaders was ti,. only trace left of sition is made by' an unobht'usiv and amiable
the late insurrection. T .,-old King liadre- man, --I-m
tired to his summer residence ; and his piop- Imitation Leghornsoenmet. An clegat Bonnet,
clarity continued great, particularly among milde b thee Misses P ton naS, of :Nerrimack, of a
the Lazaroni. Gen. ParP's aids have denied wildi gi-rass discovered by them, in'that town, was
Ste mae by him, that "hi was the idispostd oi or Mntilav at aut l on Merchaintl"
only one ,who dared to look tie Austrians in a-i PI.e, in' hhalfn several gneidlll en, thoi-
the face -They assert, that lie is a braggart, iad suhscrilbed itat stimnto compireint i e.moeri-
and that Ile gave, the first example of taking tot-las ii, 1"iet fotrIlie' indlstry,,sluill 1d in-
groitnd in the rear, on hearing the whistling-' genntlIt' I ....'il 1, mntfatti.itg'ithi very h 'td-.
of the Austrian bullets. some article feon- a domestic ateritl. The ee-
(rIn England many subjects arrested at- cutiit is consideredd ;'ve-ry superior,; and in point
tention ; but the Coronatior, the most, and ao shipe, fineness and ei .r, itis i3oincet is aon .in-
the King'd journies to Ireland and.Germany, krnior toe Leghorn of No. 55." -
the next. A measure of much commercial nn ded in mking hei e
importance had been introduced into Parlia- from tie State Prison, on Sundayv evening last,
ment by a Ministerial member, and supported bavinz loosened and drawn intothlir'.cell one;of the
by one of theof the Opposition leaders-no less iargstots which composethe building. Thenn-
than the repeal or essential modification of dlertikino must have cosl then ni'cl labor, and the
the so-long-complained-of British .A'tiffgation mearm-ade use of liscoier considerDble inepufi-
/lcts.-Several motions made by the Radicals ly. ','hev teok hle op porturnity,as we understand,
of the House of Commons, all having for their when there 'was no sentry on tie wills, there being
object the interference of Great Britain in the none posted or Sunday everplgs until.yIt o'clock.
arrangements of the Allied Powers, have met --
with decided negatives.-The 'Ministers con- .o wrcAo.
tinted to pledge themselves to the enforce- ORD i ,NTED-lI Iaunton, on the 25th inst. toe
men.t,of the most rigid economy iin every de- the pastoral" caic of the First Congregational
Church a;,d Snciety in that town, Mr. Lv-TIres
partmen l t T IAMILTOaS, [ Conway. Introductory prayer by
Te ic .es a L 'ier J e 'h i eP othh t lie Rhi Janmes Thompson, of Barre ; Sermon,
SPricenai t "i vr oolit esl h ,. iw lhiota^S -rom the vere 3d verse of the rpisile of Jude, bvlthe
es contint in ( lian)request 7lU L bbis- new B oston fS om el i "arche eiet s o- eci
were yetery sold lr shpel at 41 a Rev. S Wil De l ; Consecrating
dhiringt lte s t 100ut tNI St Mont1eud ltea c rayer by the Rev. Joh Reed, U. D. of Bridge.
," r -" ee a )n ,llsoMowate-r;. l Cha'bge Iy the Rev: Simeon Dogeltell of
beetn aken i an 34s 6d p -er cwt. Pearls a e ernon ;i fellowship of the Crhirchnes hy the Rev.
t listed o denisand lt about the ain exed rates tI ec the re b.
'tie demand tor Cotioi in the early tart of tie tt Cl ,,itof Nt toti h nfonolndieg prayer by
e as rather lt.d, hut t th e e Rev Peserved Sth of Rowe
eaysk tes request Iras revive t, ain the sa e Les- 'Ios at, edtorial parngras h lately appear-d i" n thel
sioin which thas oen sbmilted o ha s been i -co- Jec rr, co niti of fat
ei.... "hte stes cotsist of 1p59 Sea Island relative to theTrall a ven to Mr. Hamilton, avitlsi
at d L.A.S,.. Ol.l. L.I. t unfM ndi insinuation against the character of the
4i- i tl fOO 1. -e e m tT i 6e K t intHoCouicilt t rio e convert eed to oldai
i'tennesse 1S 5-8l.- 96Peoinatbnco' 2i-l to ,i3d- ,lml may be proper to addlthat the Counei' was
%720 o..aam 12 d tou t1-S1-0o L hia ia Id to a"ge and respectable, consisting of a delegation
h2bi.-.t3s. i..mt No.as .l to lih-ad i0, *.efrom fourteen churches D i dicerent parts ofthe.
bal-to--ruxa l Fo hi y -ve I Phia- ,tssisaoactort y. m .-tivt fo theut o
tedrathes)ateln;4. T! aand a falla c Nisr etoi M iriing ade..
'll e_ ately arvodto 74(1- cidedoj.i-VfoCTe Chmasrhr ech, iotlahn male au nd e-
an, I- 'Madis, a at Sd per lb. The p public ot eas i were in fivor of his ordination ; and tiat thte
esteiRday Wre tret tweell attended a id the low C Couecil were tcathmoIs in their result.
qualities tiofSea Island soldl rather higher than vb t Itis "nnwtecessaty to cominient otl the religious
had been obtained previously. bv ylr'vmte, viz. 577 sPnli ae1ItA 1 those wh prn ounoe a judgment ot
bales ordinary to fine Sea Isl:ou d 'a t c I I, it 193d, coldemnatkit without a knowledge of the eacts oc
tith 115 stained, at lOd to 14(1, an-h 47 Bowed at the case, and i holae charity is consumed by the firm
8il to 124l per lb. making the total sales if the ot thiir zeal.
Week about ( 800or lckages.
The sales in Carolina 1Rice amount to about C0 i MARRIED.
cbaks, at t4s to 14s Gd for ordlinay, and 14s to I s ln this town, on Sunday even ing.last, by there oev.
6d pier cwt. r tfai-r new. S0 bags fine uthite East Mrh Eaton, Robert Williams, Esi 'to Mrs. Ssarah.
India in bnild, have been sold at ILs 6d anid some Barker. e i-
o-rdinal t'white Tig-t, duty pauid, hins bruglit 17a r On Sunday evening, by tile Rev-.r. Taylor,
Gd per wt T ad.. Mr. Brunj:,min-Porter. S t Miss Reieeca rtletti.
e t TrOn Mondaty evening, by the Rev. Mr. Vae, Mr.
LATEST FROM LIMA. Joseph goddcard to Miss'Clarissa Whi-nevy.'
.JA mAICA, JUxNE 18. We have advices from Ini Dedham,BMr. Harris Monroe to Miss Re'ee.
Lima to the 10th March. At that time the cit Ellis. '
new Vice.-King, Gen. oA SHunNA, continued lit )over, on SundRy evenirglastby Rev. Di-r.
to enjoy thile general confidence. All the Sainger, M-r. Be-jamin Cnve;s,, o dfuer lstof mer-
provinces to the south of Lima and Upper etteiltto Miss Adeline, second daughter of ])(a-
Peru, were tranquil ; and so fr were the in- 11 Piadelpia Dr. E.Reard t ssMarga-
habitants.ofLima from fearing thle attacks of rt Steel.
S-a. MAUTIS'S army, that they lately drove it I l'hilahdelphliia, f'pt. Wm. Cartbi- formerly of
back to ''ruxillo. 1aorner Chilian account Nlewhnryport, to Minrs. Catharne Cushing.
stated that Gem. J artin had "fallen bock" tc Was1hinr1slos City, Ji one Hurton, Esq ot
hcitt 40 letag-ues.] A large ship of immense Philai'elphia, 'to Miss ,liza WnodsideCatheart.
value, lately arrived at Callao, from Calcut- e In Riehmonrd Church, England, Samutel Pavn-
ta, evading very easily the blockade of Lord. terl, Es. TofRicbrdod. to uryPenn,a uglhe teredof
COCHi AE 'Il. There were 1b,000 w ell disci- the hale Hotn. Riehnih P. oe -t o d ieheredit iry
mocaa troops Tn he we tLr w ell e isi Lord Prolnmtietries a rd Goveh r ewrs Generk a nof.
plened troops in Lima, 8000 of whom are Plod en Pisilt vania. es umd oeirucis Generi oT
foreigners. Ther idea was considered absurd In (teorgi, Lrt. L. A. Rigail, of the U. S. Army,
at Lima, that they should succomb to tne to Miss Anna T. Walker.
'motleybands ofSr. MatIn, or Ite raw sailors l
ofl'.ord CocniANE, foor fifths of whose crews DI-D.
being but little better than savages. In this town- ni Sulday. wVm. Henry-, Sd,snn of
Mr. Iaac Vinslow, agpi f16.
rMrs. Ia"ry Adams NAsh aged $2-Me:riam,
X1T .'F.'I .Al T C.AI1DE7'S. daughter of Mr. Sitnenn Doncin, aoiged S-1liza-
We learn, that the shabove corps left New- bell, A. youngest child of W. Stevenson, aged 20
Lebanon on Thursday morning last, and en- n.tlnthis.
camped at Lennx the sname n venino Letters Hiram .Bingham, son of Tlomas andi Abigail G
from Springfield, dated on Sunday, mention, Voe, aged h1i u.onths and 24 -'..ys.-Sudlifenly,
their arrival there earh that mnornitg, and .... O ai"" t "a hon, "gt d.to, frterl) ofChics-
tCmmitthey befldorem nin'there idettil Tuesday, "terote, e.
da On rhlotday moirhig, after a short illness, Mrs.
when they would take up their line of march EliCa .'.liggias, aget 31. wife of Mr. *ayW s'd Igi.
tobr- oeston. The excessive heat ofthe weaoth- .gis, arid 'ghte of JSiuy, Tucke, Esi. We are
er may re ard their arrival ier e a day or twor. uti i ling to permit this opportunintv *I pass wilti-
1:1 nach ine ftlom Len'x to Sp-ingfie-h, they uo t pI itng at slight ani deserved eibihl.ct, the emu-
accomp;ishedl nti:.rly 'orty miles iii twoo lays. tiN* t'-fii IinmialLl aind aec,,hipiislued won-ian.-P'o
Fr'ien Springfiehl to Boston, is eightily-five sessen tif l.ianit, r. e,.gaging and refilled, of otind
mill-a, andi from Worcester to Bostoi forty. cftia'itd adth impi-oved, and of a h-art in ahieih
A letter from Worcester county says "We wste seatedl all the histt, n'h mosmt geu-''tons afhec-.
larthat the .P. Cadets will leave iito*s, Mrs. hlh's acquired es shie deserved,
leant, SII the lt.P Cadets l e Spring. tdie hIsve ard esteem ot all thistc who had the ple-a,-
field [85 mit'sfsni .Boston] oni Ttiesilay t,cof at au u:l ,,,ilcctwirihiher; qtahi-eldtofiiland
morning ; and, if the wat-ther will permit, adorn a,, ,tx!.ispIt spli-re, le,- vtews i.f tuappinesi
reach Bruokfield [58 milesfronz loston] that were, otwitshil,ndi,(itg, conriS!ertfttoihumoreln :iited,
night ,-'Thiat ot Wednesdlav tight llh,'v wtill and eililiilg ciirclhe-,f dl'imestic life. ard it was in
reach Worcester [40 miles from .Bostont] amd thIn silitiati~i, that to hive been ftillv api-eciatld,
take a rest-day in that delightful and hos- slue- sh'old Ist been iutin itv knf'i n. In all thie
pitahle place :-Th'at on Yriday they will re!a>iooi s of tife, hero. than Was unexceptin.itailc
Iake the turnpike to Fr:tinintgham, [21 miles a,,d blamehles. Ii hielth, she was chieerful, benov.-
]rom lloston] where they will meet with ex- tlohihei"h railed in hit-- lust illness t suflfe-r costait-
celient accommodation :-And on Saturday Is sid severely, hei patience and for-titude did nit
afternoon, after refi'eshting at Gen. DEaR- de.st.t- her t suh)oorte. by a t-rni reliance uphon tlhat
i-as's beautiful seat at Roxbury- pass thle Powei-r sl hais p-riinised (hat lie till not leave
Avenue in season to encamp ott Boston tir tbtE:[le those shto put itheir trust iu htini shi
Common before nightfall." died sa she bai l vth, anll afRc'toi/iate wiie, a dutiful
.-*--- daughter, and a sincere fi'ed.
s'avta! lemoranda. About 150 men of In t'anabdge, on Sunday, L( s SncaIe Frost,
the fine crew of the U. S. ship of war Colum- age,, 68.
bus, have beet dt.hi.l:at-ged since her arrival. lIt \VatUrtown, on Sunday evening, MIiss Harriet
WV'hen the (olfumbus antd Spark were on the Cole. seed'14. -
cuast, hey s el-re followed by immense schools In Stuciiate Ms. Mrs. Jar.e Wheeler, relict ef'.he

of mackerel ftor nearly a clay; of which more late lies. W. W. Wheeler, Rector of St. Aidre s
than 15,000 were taken with hooks, by the Church,aged 64.
offiiceI and crews of the two vessels. In I lnveeilhl, N. IH. Andrew S. Crocker, Esq.
Thie U. S. brig Spark has on board water ageit 78.
Itiit'nt-hester, Peleg Whittredge, Esq. aged 50.
taken from t the four quarters ofthe Globe,viz. Inu dhe mier Pme.g WJie 27t,.Mi-sq. Nha 50.el
Smyrna, in Asia ; Tunis in Africa; Gibraltar Wislow, ege 81, at, M oer J in thile revoiona..han
in Europe ; and the Navy Yard, ip Charles- w tar.t tina-y
town, America. In,, Krnnebunk, Me. Capt. WilliAm.n.. J, asow,
S aeod.4. -. .

"-.. liladelphin, Revjosea Turner, of Southa- Jn9, 1,3.2"2'.3 e wbl.i8 bay ntl'homa,,.
*rl. tn advanced age. July 2a.JsgJtI'on. 69.',s.0nf Sriof'ri,,gstitn. '
SI Washington City, Capt. Wilson I'. Greenup, July 0 0, lon.701, brig 'Her, Itblniisonsil days
late art officer or" te arniy of ti,- U. States. from p d. a ,
In 'St. Louis, M'issouri.A, Mr. Joseph Chanlber- Jby rE! HenryN.N.W. 46 les.' se. Planttr, iEd-
lain, lte Captain of steam boat Dolphin-lhe w 'n i gts j.,at.a27,ion.6B, sell. Favaritte, Ja. tkins, for
fi'm Portland., Maine. '"" Trinidad. o ce, o.*
At sreat Corm Island, neartdi the Sp Sdis, aRi ,, u,
(a the Ist Mla' is lft.. ; f114b47- Itli1 l i tChel By ,heTrltonwr hvcvececisdoerregular fites ftid',
t.. rmte tIo'tiiu e t.hell... e wag 7 itt to the a9th lmi.
(generally termed t1W-"pite JMitchel, I) aged 57. Se. Indianti Qaeenof lallowell, for N. York, lIeft Ma-
S At M',tamu as, 1st July, Mr. William i-lale, met- deira about Jupe 10.
cr-nut, of Boston, aged27, 'aid of the house of Z. Brig St-ork, Dismore, 32 dlas from Salemi ar.at ilardera,
AtkiskCo. i M iAtanzns. 12th, and was to sail 1411 for S. Anterita.I.
tin o o.- ane ., M l. i" f ., of Mar Brig Itolla, of asrblehtead has arrived at.Ceara. .
In iGoinaiVes, ,lite A1r,.Mr.Jon aolbrtoft O ar- Ar. at Hamilton. H-rmiuida, .TIlly3,w'ie,. Planet, Sawyenr'
bleliead, agmel 2 '. (of Po'ttland) Philaid. 9.-sih, tMadison, Jonteb of ordand,
At Paris, Casoar William de la Luzerne, borni NoroIk, tii.,
At aris i o 1738 'aid create i l ain .ia 1817 Brig Atrdent, looper, of Marblehiead, from Havansa ar.
lit e s th '1 ce Cardh n .e. Sa offDdo Ger, Jun. 23.Jor HoLterdIant.Ofl Pltymoilh,25th, brig
Hle sbfV 5 the thleird oldest Carthle oi tthe Sacrd' Clio, Pictkrt.oft sl not 11fr. ido.firCrontisiti.
illdge. Brig Mary, Drt;nkwtter, ofi Polltlaitd, frone City of St.
-In I'France, Louise-Marie-Adelalwde, Duchess Donitigo,ar.aet Hamsnburg h. .
-s s d' of .a id f the s sit Sl. Rosewav. Dill, at Pivsloiuth. ork, at'. Le1horn 21.-
Do n of Orleans, and widow of- Sl ri.ierty, er, of this port, from Havana and Ha.
izen Egalite, wlio was guilotined in 1790. She Wis vre.ar., ot Leghorn June4--Brig Cambrian, of Salem, from
v daughter of the Duke de Penthievre.-She Gas Hnvsna, 6th.
brorn st 1753.' Shipt Mrltbrd, Basnard, of thi port, from Baltimore, ar,
'- "-- _* _____ "at Cork 19th.
S"Capit .Vilde ," swys the Charleston CurIn;e' Brigs Adrintie, Tink, and Mti'y, Barker, ofthis port, ar.
"""" "t d, .) lai at Marscillts June 2o.-nl'rifViius Kely, from Alexandria,
who died ot, tile 3d int. i Massachsetts, Was' s at Nice. i m, r e
long known nndt highly, respeetitd in this city. In Ar. at Flsinte-, June 6, brig Hesper, Cushing, eofNew-
his youith lie ,a a ioldiei' of the Revnlttion,, and. hi.ryport, ,.oi.n li|iton. "7lt h PsI'rt-reel.1ea'ch, Betverly.
'55110n tlmer aaitu.ntrig Patthis,,, Bioni', N. Bedford. 1201, brigeHaley-
ahe-olthie' who a fter.wards qetilletl he insUr'ir. n* .a l ,'Of o' hi porun,fr. Hsvsa. 1 hth, sak Leopart ,
tion Of Shiays.---Heonnuande.l (for a series Of years Davi,, Boston. oi6, hipi Bruiin. Allen, of do. from-as I-
a nuoiher of merlin' vessels out ol'itiis port, and vana. l9ti, brig Wanderer, Siapson, of Duxbuiry, from
was C'ptin of olt Sfirst East Tdiaisnitn" which tIs .. .. .
tS've andd ..a-ies i, hEas o gI ie,, r lntilt oShip t Srticln'ey, of this portS, feom Gallipoli, r. at
ever atlred from Charleston, hnving unnler Ilia E idlr ltr5h. ,
dttarge (he la te Captain Smith, ofthe'FpraNrikn 74, .The Garlanj, ilton, hence. ar.t Cn"nstadtMAiy27-
hidu on lhi. first vovsge IHe had-fer several years Win. & Hemry, Stanri tud. 2th--Parthian ar. at 5tittin
retEiil ed fI'rm ie sea, ataid s pent the wilntr ter- 0 Sth-e coie, tpephagn S tb ; aoalso, Franc Snow, of
ally in Charleston.-Fer hoesty, truthsty, tru, in try, Bri'IBaie ifrom Newportaris t tremre unes. Ship
and independenioe, lie was ealwys conspicuous. Union. of Provideneq, irtin ,N. Or;ie,is. and sell. Caesar.
Sinc.rea fnd affectionate i his fi'iends rips. ire car- Brnuightibin,of Alirihendil, from N. York, oar. l9th.
o r te-i igto E pr "s a." t 'The Paiit, WIuod Gerry. for Copenh gen,a l tom l
Sto. H, li, to t e grave "iTarn't.oyla idecolleceton, C e-, P fb vis -s .
arid many a ilcartlrlt tribuIte. Brig H-,nash, Harrioof Portmsiih, fromn s'har i' for
-. oo '. B~sAt ne lost cable and ancu ior in DT ver ,lIadIJs, utinel
I S-" r- 7 AS3l. rT'i.*. i'4 Tsh.-"Tk r'*" r *- ^' w"X Ow szUlppleth with oh6 l',ter-Sa d ild lMay iT3 ,
: *'ie, 6 PiN.roml I .-OUhN.t .AL. BrigLeader.,Jones,.ofN. tedfo', Ifrom Bremen, L.i
,- ... A o Y r s -e C1 s rn I.EvOn sshien. t7. -'' ,
'" r I ,' tnIsi' Ship New Galen, Harris,ofthis poat from Per'nanbstca
".ida ,t-. ,a r t. ....e /,o STri, ./;Oa,,- --,e -:-,i.'afTSt. T uSt. ,s as .."y 5 .'
Artyt-at qlieratline, on.'ritdsy, Widuirim, Pt. Petirr. Sel. Billow. Swin,'of .this pott,.tfur., ,ic'montl, sailed
n. StRDATJsip 28.-Ar-rieht. brig Cisiinsentus, Ho" from.Port a.U t'in .e bout I3Ah itnit.
lert, N. Orleans, 2i. a manl 2S f,'oel "lalie ; sthi. tuoby, t ig Hanniibal carried a25 Itailies from Porto CCavello to
age, Pt. Prtre, iia 'l:aritstable and qaar.; sloop Willia-, Hvans.
Bang, IN- Y,ork." B srig tanaiab and Seh. William, from Marblehead, have
4t qar'. i'b igo WiVAshington. ,illiaims. Sit. Tlmonaus, 1 ; iar.at Miartiiiie.
vurin n, Le6hrop; Maia',zas S, ; Monie. Knows, Sti. At Curncoa, 9ilt inst. Joseph, for Bostou, 6.-The Hope,
,asr..(June 23); outline ., Rieiard, Mitaliz.9, s20; fori. sailed sne.day.
chs..Tiuli Ann. Mlinott, St. ustatiis. 'I lie Aleonaor f Buniton, ar. on the Itst,havinR lost her
'lcocl--big Pea: lLiieohn,jr. Porto Rico; sehs. Glo(ee,' foreinsiast, close o the d ck. in a suatiill,2 idys out from S(.
"Sowniw Gibraltar; Mtercatir, Nyt St. Andrewsv; Mexi- 'Ifhooias. She was ,waiingr ca-co. .
-tan, Whiut, tiilad.'; RangeK. Fretmati anti Itolli, Pit-i Sell. Aibrona. ClIment. of Portland, c!. at St. Ceorge's
fee'. L,'rc -:: sloots. IHut-on. Ps-rv, and Glibh, Losell. New Ber. 3d Jnly for Trks tIsland. .
r.; Visscher,' Ingrahams, 'A!bloy; Scourge, Deforrst, Ar. at St. Jolh, N/, it. loth to :T7tl h inst.. t.Charity,
Mi iton. P' orismt>hi Suplipflia. VWiceascet ; C.iiqiie.. Belfsit.
SW".Iv A .-'Aritf l.-ArrivedipT 'aion' feckf0i d, ..Arr. at Goltenhuig, Jt y 12, brisg tamoset, Bartlett, of
-tlaiit a,1304-tiga'Goa. Brooks, lalia.|, N.'Orltei, 28. i Plyinouth, fr'oiRott-'rdai.
".an 22 fr. alize; ,Havana Pstket. Coxac rleqto, ; Ar.r at Salem, biri Cyithia. Holmes, 28 ildays from Caoy
,in. ConCtoua Mobilc,40, via quar.; tllake,. Hath, of andtl nne h. tr o m sCh arl es to n, 12; little .W r ., age. e R ichnio id ,; J a kes. ,, ; sail.^ .' --,<" S e r (; l y onate ,. -o, W I"tn e o so h s.
oitnrtie. Siatmons;-Reaper. t'erci'r]l; Alexstirdt-i',,rw; 1 ws Este n ito -
Le, Fater, Hope, Snow, of iBrester; all from Baftimoe: Ar.at Csti'rvos.o lst ri -W.orfolk
Ellia, Jane, Mltor,, Philad. ; lirina, Fitser. o.; a S E,,,, ., astp i rTy ;rs at d Itcrey, lestn .; Dorfle,
BRogers, Estport. 5; silup A uglust, Hale o 7. "tfriil & ary; agreed lct, Boton; Doe,
A. at ouai.g lrig Economy, Tappan, of Newburyport, mris ,fu.l
St-Domgo City,22. ." ecwinryo.port.
-. SMOSOA". rily 30.--Arrived. stoops Paeklet, Newbury- Cf. at Savannah 19th ult. ship Juno, Doak, Liverpsol-
part'- Swllow. Glo.ieeter ; Eimpress. Kant7riel.---Ca&ie Ujp, ic. Eliza & Nnmey. Gag. for Boston few days.
up brlagjIArgsret and Corinna. from W. Jidies snd quar. Cl..t torfolkt, 23>1, all. sch. Packet, Howes, St. Domin-
Also a.msftiu'Tritr", (ht.ley,.s 8 tys from Liver.pool. go. SailedI, th. Packet, Howes, fr Halifax.
Cle 'eld-Sht'lCoVrier, Briggs. Sunmnti ; rigs Mprg- fShi- Ltli t lumphseys, andsl Cuiinherliid, Odom, .left
r..t -I rahrpi, Snww, GeqrgeownCol. ;fecror, Portsmouth ; Citj Point, 2Ist uh. for Bremen; '
'.Stonp Delia, Bathi At CiLy Point. July 22 ships Tobaceo Plant. Baldwin, for
S I'UESDJ, Y" Jutdy 31 -Arrived s'h tCli 'it" iverpool, that d;uy ; Glide, Adams, do. 5 days; Eng. brig
a. es6,, ..d rrom Leor "' Left Ma. Tlnion, Cragie. tor Hi- l oe 'y. 5 days; E:g. briE TrUisty,
ar,-es., 67 nays from Leghorn Left iV ay S/, Henderson, for Leith,.8 days; ship MNary, Purrington, Li-
ship J6ohn & Adam, Knight, disc. for Cagliarii for ve-pool, or 8diavs.'
siftc bri Atgtista, Lee, fotr aiem, ,.2(' lays ; IN" .Arr. at City Point, 17th inst. shit Proteceion, Tysrin, from'
York I rti, me .,.ikrnnvn, in quar foe." h. Rea. Bremen; Danih btrig''hetii, Anidersoi, G Otteniburg.
"21 A ;e IV t M,- Nf YOR,.nIyly 28-Clnredal.shipsFi zBu irger, St.
Zls. bSd. Abigail, for'N. Yort'k sailed May 17, Croix ; Ea e, iAdai s. Dublin;' Oson, i, i, Livrirpo, I;
touched at Gibraltar and' sailed 1 th June. The brig Jane, Fowler, .'st. Barts ;.-chs, Hazard, Thomas, St.
Cuba touched at-Gibiraltar and sailed thence 14th Andrews; 'Hunter. Seart, Halifax ; Sea Flower, Sainder,
,fane. "ieft ship Commerce, Hodgkiison, from Couba. ..- Jl ,,
L'it.duon art. the lth ; brigjamesa Munroe, lTobey, Bancrort, Aa tan t, l '; P. r & Betsey, Wal lice .Berm'i-
.for B')Ston.'2 days ; Rose, tr Philadelphia,'diqe. ; da,7. Cl. brie Orleans, Brand, Virginia ; sellh. Riteaper,
Newbern, Cushitg, cargo not-olil; Julia from N. Loring, Si. Andrews. 2lth, ar. sclMBtt.ey & Peggy, Wal-
-Orleans, disc. Day, from Net.V,.'ork d^ For- see, ierminuda, 9 ; Meteor, Ba.incroft, Mataanzas, 9. CL1.
sia. Faisc., fo .hil., d. ; eu C deh. RenperLori ug,St Andrews; Cygnet, Kiauball, New-
ruer's :aney, from .shilad. do. ; Mjerrim ack, Cald- hurtport. .
,well. repairing ; ship Amiable Matilda,fiorm alon- BALTIIMOBE, Jsly 26-Arrived seh. arnia. Snow Anx
t'evileo, disc.;, setl. Sophla,, from New York for Cyyss, iC. Cl brig Mairylandt, Bucking. St. Barts; iselh.
alaa bri Mary Palmer, fromoilao ficr iat`'ar Poasho..s, Handy,cKcw.. edford. 27th, ar. seIh. Nephele,
"ls'ga ve td t f Vrancouve sailed lth or Phllad. T 'e U. dam ; sells. Porahontas,, -iHaddy, Iew Bcdlord; Industry
t'igntte Con.titution sailed. up the Mediterranean Liufrio,Cape Hayfien. .

the Ilth. Spoke goingimiito G, braltar, sauh. Eliza-
Ieth, 35 da,.s from Bostoun-:6tli inst. lat. 4-2, Ion.
'65, Swvedits brig lutitstry, 39 days from New Or-
leais for ilavre:-25Sth, lIt. 43, 1,Ioh. 66, Eng. scli.
Lio'n, 2.1 days from Grenaida fr St. John, NB.--
9' h, lat. 42, 45, Ion. 6A, Eng. bark Ranger, of
London, 6 days trom lcnimull for. St. Johns, N.
B. 27ti,, .a ch from P. noari' I for Halifax-28th,
e.u0 ,tles E ,of Cape Am.,' sell. Little UOherub,
oence tfor H ,il \. "- '
.p l ts ar Cehb. Tantamouint, Allen, of Lubec, East-.
.81so art. sloops' Yonug 'Hornet, Bean, Ports.
mouth ; Bedit'it, H ,rh, oh Fiawhi ven", New Bed-
ford ; Mary. Ltihuh.ll, Hatlfr.'"lH .
Came tip from quar. brig Monroc. Knowles, fr.
St. Salvado, 33 days. Left a l-Bhia 2'2d June,
)>rigs Atmaon for Bostiu few days ; Fume, f ,r
..RnstoI, loading ; se. MadtVira- Pt aket, Jnhnson,
from Rio Jit eiro, at r. the S0tli. Spoke 17th inst.
lat:'30, Ion. 63, sch. Ruby, 2-1 days from Cape tde
Veris .for Bostoi. .
.lso are. brigs Potom'te, llt'df.'rd, Matanzas ;
't-Washington, iillinat, 21 days'fTrom St. Thomas 5
sncia. Julia Anni, Mliot, of Lnbee, St. Eustatia ;
Cuba, Baarnes, Leghsur, 67; William,, Bradford,
of Portland; Point Petre. ,
Arr. at .quar. brig Hepe, Mann, 21 (lays from
Cu .rl'coa.
Clear"d-Brirgs Gov. Carver, Taylor,'Rotter-
dain iiy Thomas Tiaxltei; Eliza, Rappall, Trini--
ty, by .,,dais & Amory; schs. Victory, Snow, Ha-
li ix by Wild & Gray ; Charity, Moare, Rich-
tlisnd ; i.ai & Rebecea, KIuarik, Fredericksburg ;
Thetis, Newcomb, Alexandria ; it len, Bassett,
Sch. Philo, Percival, has ar. in Hampton Roads from St.
Thomais. "
STh'i report that sthe Alligator had chased a vessel, which
SsC;peuI by superior saitiing, iincorrectr. The A. left sierra
Leooe.May s,h lie ,only part she Lcehed at. Sihe over.
eau;c-d Ogs weere regular, was .eleaseul. r
At Cayenne,.Tuly 1,'brigs.Rambler, Shratswell, of Salem,
waiting artgo; Abucona, Poe r, of P ort inl, do.
S.At .Fliva, ant out Juty a8; Fsilkon, Pirineat-. 6thl ; trigs
,AraeyAni, Mooie,.hbenie, via unltanizas,ju,t sr., Horizon,
A. nex. of .Purttuioitth. frnom Charileston do.; Otter, fioni
S, -' ; Albert. Aldn, 35 from otland, ar. 6th. Ar.
Iritt, ship Janis, Biown,'nf Salem. Antwerp, 6S; brig
S.n,. B'ston, via Matai7za,; iche. Mary-Ant; Prtlntdi;
Cherub, isauop, Boston, 21. Pth, ship Eagle, Davis,
"River of Pi ;. .
och->lril ia>t, Tuliocr. of Portsmouth, br Turks Island,
10, was St Caime HEil tiet-, (no date.)
At Livrpool..Tily 2i1. ship t Elizabeth, Rich, for Boston,
.; E'izabeh.M cltuphi,! fo,' Buston anmid Prtland, S;h;
tilo. aditler, Bostoni t1Olt ; Mount Verinon; Smith, doa.
1'0 ui 'l'elegraph. CoBn. 00th;, Falcon, Leais, e1th, ; brig
AI'ert.do. 20Oth; tHarritt. Re-d, dd,). Hu. Bi g Elihetlih
Rirh, for Bost.u i ,,edm2SlthJune.
At St. Thomaanis 5-u 't. t rip h it, Lane, Boston, 7 'da3s.
At Matanza's,.'imly S P.tl,Hnnc, for this port, same (day;
Gaiaxy, di. 7; 'lib. Oriondo.10. Tlie Leo, for Parthijud;
i. t's., re July 8. D'tis, Glonces'cr, 6; Triton,
sison, Biostaon; som; Savah, uist'i, Mairbttlthid, stl-
u-gmir' cff William., Woemsted. do. dm. ITa T- ,
It.i11. i-.rn, di- wn, gi,.i!' in. At FoutRoy>l,.justs ar.
ahips Syren, Knight of liie ; Ten Brothers, Henchman,
13uston. e c
"At St. Thms,T..it '. iii.:n Trader, Biston.nex't
'day'; Lotiis ti e t'.-i .'i .e l' ewsnied; ichsi. Rtchell,
'iuhns, of Br istou, ':-. ". '. u's.., tanny, of' Staleni for
..let-wit-d. "
Sch..Carr, Gregory from Norfaik, was at St. Enstatia,

Tuly 21,tnt 2, A. Mt. ni G'orL,'' Banki,. the Colinumbuss
'boaniedil i'g .lae, of S ,nS 38 iho ou. uut.
Joiy i4, lat. 35, 43, Ion. 70, selh. Adeline, of Sandwich,
.ri-n this'port. .
Ju'y 23d. tit. 38. 22. on: 69, seh. Ceres, 12 days from St
'Doniingo, bound t, Kenneinnk.
SJuly- 1, hat. 47,emon. 34, hrig A.titlles, or noston. 44 adnjs
num N..Oleanis..
Julv i2lt. 40, 17. ,. 69, SO,, sch. Globe, of Saco, 3 days
from Piart.and, for Virm.
July 25, lat. 38, 1I74, brig Mechatiie. Isley. 10 days from
.aortlanid. .
Ju v ti, off Cripesof Virg. sloop William, from P.o.-tland
-fir Frednriekaltrg. *
Shin Belgt.Savazi, of this port. i days faini CCharleston.
u. .ld.18, at. 42, Ion. 57, brig Alexanider, of Hadlowell,fr.
Jttiehiod. '
Ju y18,Iirisight of Ihe Florida Shore,brigJohni LonJon,
from Htivenafor Wilmrington.
Ju IS. brig Ri. States, 12 daysftr'm Fort Royal for
,.Porlts ,,uth.
Jly 27, S.Sho VlW.8 let. brig Ris. Sun, of N. Y rmoutb,
r" asfrin tponrt
Juy s8.off Cape Cod, brig ';ally, he,,ee.
Iuthy 2, 80 miles t. ofi C. Ain, brig Gulden Grov'e, from
do.-and 50i fitn .do. brig Corporal Trim, Davis, from
4io t st- r for Mart.
.JA.y 15, off Matnnzs.hrig Alakelv, iBrrill.
July 20, lit. 40, sch. Susan, York.yrom Eastport for Phi-
In sight of Cape Cod, seb. Washington, of Keanebunk,
Xd.,ys omit. "
Jiul 6,lst. 30, Ion. 47, seh. Andis, 9 days from this port
r 'l rtorzild. .
Jadiy t3, lat. 37, lon. 54, ship StraSud, 4togarsh of Portis.
maetX g"frtm s N. orisans.

For Cadiz.
A few tons or'bbls. freight will'be
S taken if offered within a few (ldays.-
Apply to E. LOLK,'No. 5', Congress-square. 1
.lsoT'-stme Freight is':wdnited for St. 'Barts, if
obfered immediately. 'Apply as abrve. aug I
S.For Liverpo.lo to sail adugst 5t1, -
S 're superior 'fast sailing. packet
ship' Cortes, Nash' De Cost, master,
copperr Ihstened and coppered, built expressly for
this trade, and id every respect a first rate ship ;
has made only three voyages, her passages have
been very short--she will positively sail' on the
ilay above ntcntiqted. For freight or passage,
having elegant furnished accommodations, apply
onoboar', East side of Coffee House Slip, or to
FISK & GRINNELL, No. 138, Front-street,
New-York, or to ENTRYY CHAPMAN & CO.
No.. 33, State-street, Boston. 4spis July 21l
For Canton,
The superior fast sailing, copper taste'n-
ed and coppered ship ZEPHYR, 360
tons burthen, Win. Cleveland.Supercargo, will sail
for Canton oin the 1st of August. Specie- aill be
taken out to be invested'and'brouglt back on ria-
sonable terms. Apply tothe Supercargo in Salem
or No.30 India-street. BAKER & HIODGES.
.lJune 25 epistf
For Sale, or Exchange.
.M I'he brig T'RAVLLER, high deck,
128 tons, has been lately sheathed, sails
,iand arteries well, and is well found-if ira-
_. 'mediate application is rmtadle, she wvill be
sold a bargain or would be exchanged for
a low <'ecked vessel of 170 or 180 tons, or one with
a high deck of '220 to Q40 tons. Apply to B RE'W-
Eit, HARRETT U )DORli,. No. 41, Central-
whalir'. .ug

The' scli'r MORNING' STAR, a
Sne\; vessel, has almost all her freight
/R engaged, an:l will be dispatched.this
Seek. A faw tons more will be taken
i ;r spikiAn for immediately. Apply to
F. W. k. EI.LIS, No. '21, India-wharf, or on
board south sidl', opposite the Arc'h. aug I
't he Steam- IHi-t 1A C; I'.,
S. Capt. WVood, leaves tnssia-
wi-hurf, evt i' d.., a, i'I9,clock,
S A. *. for Saleni ; will land
Passengers at Deer'Islanid, Nahlint and Marble-
beld ; leaves Salem at 3, P. M. same lday, anid or-
rives at Boston at past 7 o'clock in the evening.-
Passa;ge 50 creits etch way-clihildren half price.
N. B.--iAtt I-eight will be taken i f oiered.
July 7 epistf ______' e..
A 13- 1 BBI,S: best DOM EST'It COFFEE ,
'LV 1 j -just received from one of the most cel,
ew'intild maniitiicturers in Philadellphia. a id will be
so!ld cheap for cash, by TllO'S RICH, No. 14,
liroad-street. '- episim JIuly 28
*' grDUPONT'S,-A
Constantly for sale at 69, Bi-oad-street, by
may 23 istf
II AV received by the Herald, 'from l.ivepool,
i ln furthet supply of sixty packages of seasona-
ble GOODIS,. Gis may i12
L 'SAACi W. GOODtlCGll, Stationer, 76, State-
street, has foirsale-a complete assortment of
lelgers, Journals, VWastes, Sales, Cash, Invoice
anld Letter Books, with and without spring backs,
made of the very first quality of" l'aper. Also,
Cheek Books ; ihi do. Writing do. ruled and
plain. Also, a complete assortment of Stationary,
Nautical Books anid Charts. epis3m nm 1
AVEi received by the Volunteer, from nlinton,
4.1 cases China Silk Goods and from lirv-
re, bu the .Cadmus ; tSIk IHoait.ry ; Glovcs; Crapes;
Talfeta ilibbous ; id elegant Garnature Ribbons.
June 1 yts3

,. 41, CE.N.'TtA-L- Y I5H?.F,
'TTAVE for sie, landing firoass brig Corrinafrom
tMatmizas-.tl Iags prime seatiliiuglCOF-
FEE... augl.
T & E. DAYVEN TORT,No. J4, Central-whf.
have lbr sale--17' hlhdo '. I. hRumt ; 34
hbids. Flax. tug I
A RUM, WI IVc, J : .
i O\ PUNCHIEONS West I'lia'ha Runm ;- I sk
4i Claret Wine; 26'cases d). do.; 51 baskets
Sweet Oil; 10 hilds. Molasses-now landing fri'dh-
hrig Victry and sc'hr. lulby, lfor sale bly MUN--
SONl&, BARNARD, No. 17 Celitralwhai-s.... :
aug 1
.Summer Oil and Sperm Can-ides. ,
TTf 1 a~o, 29, JJ.'L)I..!-ST11RBB',
*1 AVE landing from sloop Empress, fIi. .,la,
0.32 crask Snumenier strained Oil, for Lai',l,.
54 boxes Spernmaceti Candles, five to th lIt.

SAMUEL PAriKMAN, Jr. & t'tJ. Ie aej.st
received, 20 e.,sl 'i fi',hiC LUItlAN I'S.
a u g "1 : t t

J.4 .'A'. [, C E..V" 17..' ..1. I ?IRI',
Il I i. i I, I .. 'it-; iom nbrg Il i.a n I'.,pkel,
I. l l 1 .. w..1 ,.d:i 1 n ...
u '.i l A, "f I,, h i ; ] ''m I.:,,! utn ..'. aul 1

tull flour.
T. & J. h11WE.
1 i I.; *t -t o .% -rc, 1 1 /?' -

131 uls. o niunore Howiird-street super, Flou,
293 do dP.ido fie itto.; 25 half bbls. do., :
ls dlo. hmlAdigsf'om "Iwalei b'c.o,,uI '
307. ibls Alexiindi'ia.M mount iii ili',. ii,' Uui,
100 i0. d ,. fi e li.
40 I'do. Plo-ur-:il nfo the lirst quality, aug 1

BA iI' A LES vashed Biienos Avres Wool; 6.0'
1. (1do. Cot'relties do. Iiee'1,'Ri; fties,
47 du. prime Cotton; 20 do. Iiist, Flax, .
9 do. Aiiericani do-ttor sale by Ml N SON .U
BARNARD, No. 17, Centr.l-whrtr. aug 1:

T A'cA. 32. I.'\'DL.-StE "E'', 1
7'5 pipes Holland Gin,
100 qr. casks dry Malaga lVine, .
3p l unceoiic. t. Croix Rtinm,
5 eases .Silks; Crapes, Coneans, Gauz" anttd
Flore c .es, I '-" .. IL
50 bales Alabama Cotton, all entitled to delin.,.
250 bars'Spanish Lead, -
io0 hhds. Kettucky (old) Tobacco, .
.: 1 do. Scotch Snuff; 7 eases Sewing Silk,
'2 do. Embroilerr do1 ... .
500 bbls. .lone N"o. 1, an d 2 ., .sim '. :
15 II. pitch ihne flooringBoards, '
4 cases Cassia Buds, .
Bags anRd bbis. Cocoai, e. ke. aug I -.
rTlHE subscriber offers his services teo t plu1lit
.as a Mlercbantdlize Broker. Apply aht It
, Counting Roob, entrance at No. 8,,State-et, 'or'
at side..door, opposite Rogers' Buildings. "
'.Partidular' attention paiiid to tilhe ucle rf P.ot
and Pearl Ashes,
Rej,'e ree' to-Hon. Joa WEsLLEs. '
- '.Blosto/i,.Judy 14, l!82'i.' .' G spis -,.. .. ;:," .

IHE subscribers hiform their't friends, a d :the
T public, ttat they have lormed a :cit nxioo tin
business under the firm ot "
;aud hAve lot sale, at tteir 'Store, No. 9, Congress-
square, next southof tLie U. S. Branch Bank, Cro-.
gri.s' -s.gt'et, ,
C ig mac : .,, l .. h .:I''. B ran dy, "' ."'
Old Jamascau Spirit; Weesp and Scbeilda m in,
St. Croix Rum ; Old Columbia Whiskey,
S Old MaIdeira, -I
Sicily do. .
S.f Lisbson, '>. WIES. .
AVrdotnia, i
Port ,
Old M'adtira, 1 :
Old Sicily, .

Frontiac' ES, ill bot les.
Barsae, .-
5 cases Champaigne) .
Bnttled Porterr; do. Cidler, "
.A ftew of l)Daveitorts excellent Cheeses,
White an4 brown Hav anxaSugars*,
e\Vst India anti Sug:,r Ilonse boQwn do.
Lonfaitnd Lump Sugar, a few loaves Balciduiore
l'etile refined., Y :
The-best ofl-lyson, Young -tHyson, Hyson Sk'is,
atnd Souchllong Teas .
SOld Java. Coffee, in small bags, for'families use,
Old St. Domingo and Laguima tdo.
Fresh Olive Oil, in bottles and flasks,
BoLdeaux Basket Oil, .'
se Winter and Sur.-ieer strained Lamp Oil,
SHoward-street superfine Flour, .
Sttperior' Cabana Cigars,
Fresi Olives ; Figs .andl Itisins,
Entry Mats-with ali the variety of articles, su-
ally found in Grocery Stores, all of which may. Iu
depended upon as being of first q,, It ..i tl.
fair prices. ,.)W'D) % I' \lKEI!{,.;
S EDW'D) tr)d .A\'
7uly., 18,1821. epi.stf ,

Lead, aire Skinis, and Glhss farg*
T eNo. 3S: IVDl-.S'IRE'IT,'
AS received per Mayflower, fro m Hatbur
31i4.pigs Lead, ,
i 0t cases Tumblers, various qaealities,
00o0 Russia Hare Skins,
4 bUldes brabrant IBroadcnti. '
...Per erald....
100 liquor' Cases, with guilt bottles.
....Y S"TORE....
50 casks Russia yellow cuIdle Tallow, .
3 bales il (. .. .
'Ilihe niovte' goods are all entitled to debe;.itr
adl will tie sold at very reasonable prices .
iilly I I ('pislis .

S heatingg Copper, Lead, &c.
W- .'o. 4M .tBROJAD-S'lI'tI/'1,
.AS just recceiyecl .-y iehlate lat arrivals ,aid' at
frs forum sale,
V.l. cases Sheathilig Copper 20 to 30 oz. .
12 dso. right do. Copper, 22 to 28o. o.
5tl Iols simet Leaud, S toG Ibs.
12 casks dry 'Uite Lead,th
6 do. do. Red do.
50 hllds. very old English Copperas,
1'i casks hest'English Card wvirt, assorted Nos.
'28 td 33,
Lead Pipes suitable for Aqeducts all sizes,
april 18 istf .
BostoU Hat .Mantufactory.
T HE Stockholders respectfully inform tilhe
friends.of' thii Mannufactory that no labour
or expenag Itas been spare to hring it to sucu
a state of perfection as to rettder it seconuld to
none in the Unitld States. 'lhey are happy to
state tnatby tneir exertions they have attained
complete success.
The Facto, y is-amply supplied with 'he best
of stock foreign and domestic, and with the first
raLe workmnle, utlndr the direction ol an expe-
rience! andjudicious manufacturer.
Hats ofvarious qualities fromI the above Fac-
tory. for sale by the su3bscr:ber, No sl Stato-
streel, tanil t the Hat-stores ge:.erally, in Boston
ind PorlIland.
HENR A MESSINGER, Selling ;igent.
uaril C8 9is

JNOTICE. (joThe diburt of Sessions for Suf-
I H Eabserjbera having formed a Copartnership, folk County. will ineet THIS DAY, at 10 A. M.
JL their business will be united at No's 17 and for granting LICENCES. aug I
;l, Market-street, underthe flrm of f o e. ted t
D IAPER & STONES. r i History o th E. United States,
;. di aid L"la I, F '.NZt RAPI, ECONl-edition, corrected and improved,
S- i WILIA T E.. with LQ ES'IONS. just Publisied, am:l may
--augl : 8isr. WILLIAM .. STON.. iisIh. o he piCincipal s onksdekrs in Boston.
h ausd tafothe 'pti)st lti ks -r iii Maotin
.. r, T' .. r' r u. Price, 7 50 doz. 75 cts. single. y taugust 1
1. I N' -.t, p : U J iP. i fr --
Hr,? Copar'tne'ti-ship of X. .11. & hEN, Y '',. T'he.ATHENE.-
T..s' W rHITE,'is by manual consent this tiny diai- ( no' i UISI or Spirit of the
it it...h All persons having demand s a against said '".. M' d Engl sk Magaziues, is
Sfim, me reqinested to present the sume tor settle- f t .This l)ay published hby
ni.ti. hnd all indebted rte called upon to make i ln h MUN.ItO t & FRAN-
n,u ,-,t to WV. B. WHITE, t'Iho a1 duly a0utho. CIS, who have re'moet' for e't present from Corn-
I .ized to adjust the same. hill to Libert'-qv.s ie, No. I. ag I
t..., -. WILLIAM B. WVHITE; '." _
.-.,a..; .......... .h i.ENIY WHITs. { CHIRISTIAN REGISTER.
-s : ml..,,' *,--- r inllR regular ptlblication of the Uliian e-
y Wi B. W rITEr,, witl coiitno tihe lbus- ; irite' i ill commence onI 'Fridy,. Aag. 21-
a,- s uiiit at No. 49, Ma'rlbar6'.street.' ei retlen.' the country- who hild susiscripti6n pa-
i 'h'S 'lpci'rs fo'r this work :ilre t- 'tq tested to' rVturt thlien
I "T'iN' fV IITE in l.r form lls friends -n, cithcrto the Eelitor,br to Mhessr'i. Cumtmin.gs
"I pubi ,thai he li, :,k,..i to he store, No.4., & liatrd, No 1, Corpthill. alig
Marl'bol..'.-tr Ewhi,,e the strictest personal' at- i .
leiti- ns ,ill tie Tpaid d .y and night to .tie d'elivelty JO TICE. '
il .Mt.,ici,, "'_ aug 1 Vi 16HE subcr ihsetr lia'viing received I fLit'ther divi-
BE "' J.- r '-n '.j eiid l' omatIe trusilee of itatrust hsid, cre aIted
D o 1)6. dAR .I LR INA. .,7 f"rce'tain purposes by Jamues Greconleaf, Eiqtiire,
ti' eE.. C Rc O..SD,'I f3EE' hereby gives notice, that an major part of the Corn-
!JA.NAS i,, ;aile-palhnittl d Pipe6, stid will con- t nissioncrs in a (-orntission of Ba.ikr'upt awarilded
t-Iet l.-. Irns 't laid after the 'treitches are duIg, ald issued.fartlh against Mt't iu Bicke' adl Martin
i t hll i. n," wjhci it is applied for sue. Biclrr, Me,-thntsr, tiu I ti'whely Co1t t e rsi
I-..n 'ui.e-)e uf Il,-" fo lowtint sizes, at thle prices trade, doinghtusiness naderthe firm ol'Martnt Bicke
1-00t l. dl..i..ti r 1 i '..tii S> ) I do. S3; i er- SSon,and,tie assignee intltend to nieet atlie of
ilo. '".' 'um. s ,. r ,ai'. SVhet it is taken foeeoft'Join H[Ird, Ir. No.7, Ciurt-street,in Bos-
lto C ,:11111s, ra1 .... itlr.w.' rhi.":,so, together with ton, ot the titiri day of SeltImber' illfxt, at 10]
ihe iii a llixt' rI.a (- mirn't' :,l ,f' I.'nd pipe, it is o'eltckl, A. Ni,- i"i ouder to make n lu-tier dividend
|it eimiul t Iti ,' e, po..ii t,, -:.'11 other materi- ufL lte esIae aoid effects of saidl Bankrupts, when
s'i f t'- fpi itht. li. is l 'In h i nI,--... cil. te Iorsale and were ete ctireditors, '. liO bave not alr'e ly
a the-bie, iCe. '", 're a I'.. Oil; 20t)0 lbs'.' proved thei' dIbsi, tric to cfm p'parepe 1.0 prove
hiltt Guicu o.-.Ir., 6i,,' it',. .I.,la Gum 'Copial ithe samior, or they will he exelutded thlie benefit (of
cleniniedi50, i, Iba. ,Vendrssi ; '-ut) I)bs. Frenoh' said dividei.l, 6ititd .l claims :sot then tt'ibstautiated
itei. t .e vrik'i Frenh- Yrlluw ; .0 do. Atneri- wi.l be dsalleivedI. -
it.u- W. ",i Lt- L'ad ; t ti, f.a. ign and di ',Boqs ,1 ltigust i, "-:1

(O'-1TO '., RICE, TOBITCCgO .. IEN'LrEM ,N having Boks ." ie i
A' AKERR &K HODGES,- N. .30, India-street, jr ti. of. lHarvardt Uni'versilty are rettuested
h1 btave f(L' sale, landing (r'tm brig Gov. Brooks, to return tlieht before the 9th of An;lnsl..
c.:40 bsl es New O'rleas Cotton, 0S. G, COGSWELL, LibaiMun.
S' 'o omnsch. Mlakle, Curiide, Jul 19, 1821. 7sii-
S57 tieies.Rice. '. -IN.STORE- ---
.-. s t,,ialis kew OrleanIs Cotton, ,andel and Haydn Collection.
90 lit (Is. IKentc-ky' Tobacco. aug. I Uliy3l'haRS to heRanilel ami ui So-
Pi'ite 7 Rice,' O' lfli'ira l Witne, *cieCtyl' Caoectiou eftavered.)usaic, are inforrh-
j l TlER prime eic e; 4t csqo S etI, thathIm St No. of voiuinc second, is inotw

w-l gnd sp so .s unto s it.
qr. casks sIperior Madeira Wine, entitled t, W asi t begiaj ing. lo4 ORGIES, fron the
r.. '..T sSnie. erm O, b. t' "', Or.atorio ofJolas M.ceaelti, )y ldel-Gett,
50 casks Summer sraed Sperm0 Gl, best qua 0 G t leads. M'ozart. l P
..it ,es o h .. ". .ord,"h rn teatto. tre PDBy'j. S: S iLHtT-wurds by Milton.Te s
l 0o galis. WiJnter l'josedd ;do, do. do. e n S.iiserIm By ys Sm.ihd ind thrre booke t.eli.
..400, h6xes Sp.ermaceii. Candles,' different Sizes, C'S ulCs'io'lo' SO1 LOti D t No 75,
S: do. do. "e v --of ret,.,n y A, .\ D ,
If) toum be le Oil ln l0hils. rind h ices, Coromill. f
CuIWhle Unte usit ia itek, Co c t orsio e by rnhtl.tbyti ,,h'ir of c Loryd'soIDay, enti-
GAiW' RIGf'T &- MI'rGCELL, ago.,6,e1i7 'he C iSTIAN RVIGN, beitg tm 7S.1
lhrkA. cot A es rinumela easy ari d faiilliatr style; suitable
no ndid e e ," ... .. A Psalm, 'get in an easy H and ""fya.
Litielzs ntd BritishJ C411t4'. for an ordiaiatioi, or other octiasional service.-
OR ale.bySAMUELHUfiITT. a good as- P 2 pe dozen aug.
F O'sortoent ofstebore ; which, with taat variety f HACKNEY COACGHES.
olother Gouds,may be bought at reasonable prices, e ienes of H Hackney Carriagest are lier-by
ag 1.. '. : "' B' f iormedt tht iu pursoanice a vote of tie
A se .G~D1o .FPER town, they will -be reqniredl to re iave their Car-
7 ILLI AM PARKERlis tor sale, at No. 18, riages tom ti.e streets, front and aftet' the Ist r-ay
l' o7:cl A PAUre, str aTE "'"t of, p cerlutb er next. "
180 lesd Fthrigs 63 do. FM do. By.brdler of the Selertmenn.o
180d. -bales F Rago 6 do.FM CALEB H-lAYWAIi), Police Officer.
i 2,cases Golbdwin'sLetter 'apei, Jsu .. ,.
450" rc mis fine Demi do. g 1Y',
6. So0 do. VWrappiug "do. : .
240 do. Keiutisldfl td'o..
4 l0 i.' t Pot and' F oo scap' i. .

IO J Ar iS l s.Judge iof -the, District, Court :ot SThe ew PictuAre.
t-im,-ed Si nts for se i)stnrini ..nr, ,il,1 here- PAINTED BY COL. HEl RY SARtGENT,.
by give pulite u0-".ike. t-h J.litn l.;Irrii, master of 'TS ppettbir public view, at: Mr. 1). L. Bi'owts
- tl, .hitr. O11.- -lr .,,rh. that's Lihelhhas heeu filed t.rooma,-.No.-l, C1 op1iih s-square idjoiiinie h
lil],c mr i-, 3.lJudge, by Samuel Blaimr of Boston, Academy, every lday, from 9,iv'the rrtci -,i t ius
l a i. fi e recovery of Wrs lled. in the evening. A nittin '25 cet. 5
gel.to be due aid i eibl e sant ar ed is iservicesS as u Ir- may 26 ttf
iner On lioara'd a id schooner. I I ..
'n'rial s6t hcha 'lto nsaitkiet l 'at saide District R 2M OVA o.

o'cl.e,k, A. M. All persis iitresedst ill t ake .ee, es9.. C non M-sreual.i tels Glasses .
noiiiie anitd govern themselves at-co'digy.
SDated at'Bostomn, this 2d daly ut t July A. n DRESS SHOES I," A'D n IPS,
21 neSAMUEL D. HAoSeS, a'arshal NO. 63, CORNHILL.
nt r COMPLETE assortmeeofnt Gentlemen's
e f .JI....l .l long and she. t quartered Slioes aisd Punips,
ilt. GORH AM hs r'emnved to the onase late maede in.tSh ie newest sltyle.and best mianewr. Gen-
Im e occupied byoMr. .lame; ,os ad, in Milk tiuen that want to xear good and handsome Shoes
street, oppuos.te thre mansion ious thgeofthue atcJ goe cannot fail to suit the.islsvcs by applying as above,
Pain.' g 4sto ia Ing a and at such prices as cily be atgreeableto the putr-'
r aSuTt~, rchaser. Also,a vefwy extensive hsorterent of.en-
REAL fSag- remen le 's cp-f i, osu suitile for all seasons, mad fe in
OR sale-two lols of Land in DggCtt's Alley, newest style, and at uch prices.as to accom-
at-tie north patrt of thIe town', one measuring od~eate every person, fi ot c tihre to five dollars t er
6088 ansd the other SOU faet. For bu'the i't' a i- r ar likewise, a good assitusoten of Getlement's

SEY, Auctioneie', Brattle-strieet. I'rit shoutti not measures taken as usual, and Boots mnd Shoes

be pluraent priatnequh by at .e nSY, tie Cunt- ertsurest tackenes as ius ul noat oora wendr Shoe
e oldi at private sal O by W ED a hSD eY, te nt r othmad e at the ty o sho test notice.
0 o'clock .M. on the premises. it tg 1 sA AN3A OY

TO. 13ELET1, o 16, JRhDOt-O'-STRjET.
oa small repethle family at e100 per an- aS D W LI.E ral:is t silt. at sltulie,,,
S nui a l small pl, louse, pleasaitly situatedl In-. s aMui lF ctorye n li ams it ncti :i aite tiai i'-ve'-
,q tir ofA.tiel M.ullntin at te Cae ug I order to the p, ith erforimale, and gratul a,-
upphske B'sggle' Market, Cambridge st'eetrU. CLES, viz: -S ; Swi'otvst'l, l oi nhigh uwh-
S.."g.1, li Hows, wv;tlw Cchoneive, Convex, or g'eenu arallvc

S let tbeeteredupit' knowldgeent otOpe alla iGlars.ses
T ueTICE ist he re give n, that lsses, for thelonis or' cH t siLed; Spec
T y, A new mii'.c housa, m wno. 3), Central ourn t s, eli e Cases ifr,,',toisestell, Msior'ico, or i'olis!,ed
S480. Injuirtie of THOMAS yE ANDREWS, Steel ; a;utl Goggles toPre, te u
1-i pSpectacles rasc'tly repisriud-new Wlasses fit-
TOLET, OR FOR SALE, ted t0 oldl Fonics. 3is3os t lulclSe3
r subsWO ibegt as- Dwbelling House, situated near'i '
,iatiwi\vehite forwi a gentexed oily, ith t es pa-c suhsc.le- isptf'ully i.f.',rs hi, rihls
lou itnu'sgi-.ootm, ntud seven chanb;rs'in eash, 1s anil ptbie, thit lie hts ti;:s a commodiois

.. se, iti tllm wsil auntexed. of the estate usf ,, .. jjs,, ,,oti jhie -' i. loX" .i, ..if -et

PETER J)INSON, M W Vli^!d~ ^
late of Fast Sudbulry, in thie coiuuty of Middlesex,
genltlean, deceased, testat, antd l has laken spon fl Wy INSLOW, CUH ANNINGI & CO.
himself that trust by giving 'boids as the law dl- TO-.MORROW at 1I o'clock,
.rects. Ail persons havi-g demands upon thei At YINSLOW, CHANNIG & C-'o Oli-ce>
tate of the said deccua.cd, are requilret to exib itt .. WINSLOW, C KINY-ST 'EE
the same ; and all persons ineb te to t e said es- Th following GOODS:-
trite, are called n1po nt ti o k m atike pa moTenit to'
e VILLI kM JOHNS ON, 2d. .dm'r. Tea-2i chests Souchong Tea; 15 do. Young
a Inure 2i t11O1. layson dot.
l'st -Swardb u-yi, e 2C, l82l.Ginger.-42 bbls. ground Ginger, of the best
'OTICE is thereby given, that the quality.
subscriber hais been duly appointed admuinis- Gin. .3 pipe llolands GNe in t do. Clgns C
trator to thie estate of BrGn. ie Gin do. Coy.
AARON WARNER, ...At Private Satle...
lite of Charlestown, in the county of Middlesex, 2t hlhds. N:ew-York imitation Rum. ias: r e-
l .o-er, deceased, iiltestate, .ind itas taken upon ceived- case black Salins ; I do. super i:r I ar.
'hiintself that tr:ist by giving ondris as the law directs lac iui Tapes ; 5 cases e 'loreaitines ; Itl bales blue
All pe: so!.s having demands upon the estate of the G urrahs ; 30 pieces LondoniClothsianl Cassimetes;
said dtced, ate reqiuireil to exhibit the sarne, cases super. Col'rai Lineis.
and atll i ons iuilebte:l to the said estate, are .diso-Cognaiiu Braindy, HIhlland Gin, N. 0. Cot-

callud upon to make paytmenat tn ton, Nvew-York inmitatuo Brandy, tnd oli cionig
EPARlAIL.1 W\V .NER,.?,j'r,'. Tea 4 casks Cutlery, coltistmg of Knives and
Clh.r!esa:n, June6 '2Ci, 821S Forks, Peeokiives, It,zors, Sciussoers, Shoe Kuiv-na.

9 b. English Cut D.ails.
4 1 THIS DAY at 16 o'elotk,
At T. K. Jo'its &W Co's Office,
.'JVo. '20, iCJII, -s'IiiEWk
To close a concern.
187 casks English "-CUT NAILS, nil sii6s, an&
27 bis ddoo' o. (lo. do -.-'n' fi T)ontltr .credif.
' .so-2-4 b6x"es' by g WIINDOW GLASS.
...lt Pirivaie Sale...
London Sheathing Coer, a. sizes;i Copper
Bolts, 5- tn.A : Copper ails, first quality.

TO-MORROW at 9 o 'clok,
At JAdOB 'PEAIIODk & Co's Office,

52 hIhds. And ei ates CROCKE RY and GLASS
WARE, well assorted fdr the Southern or Country
trade-a good pioporfino ot Plates aid Bowl s:.
Jlso-14 lirge Entry Lamps; 4 boxes by 9
Chielmftbrd Window Glass; 1 box 8 by 10 Bostoni
do.; 5 dozen Jap3anned Tea Canisiefs'; 20, dozes
Gould's Liquid oking. .
.,7lao-2 cases pressed Glass Bottles" and Flasks
froko pint to I allon ; S eas es Paperfa -ngiAngs.
P urchaserr will p-asae to .eall and examine thi
Catalogues the day before the sale.
HI'S DAY atl-2 o'clock,
ppbosite JVWo 30, CGntral.- iarf, north side,
Landing froa brig',Margaret,
90 boxes' brown iruavasi S'UIAR. belonging
to th lie estate of Capt. Jess .ayo, deceased. B

S. Silk Goods.
TIO-Q'MOROW ,at 10 o'clock,
"'I A. 9;,..1LB.S'REET,
152 bales and boxes SILK GOODS, consisting
of cheketdl sIad striied Seersuckers; Romals and
X* l..- >. "nuih Iusins '-s ng-Daqe*
Muslin; Ssilt'ipore Muslin; Harrapull NoInsack;
cheeked Dore:in Harrapull red arid blue Hdkfs. y
do. do. pocket dQ.; Sntapore, do.; do. Neck-
cloths; S5 blilei white Cottons ; 'I do. Cal,-utta
tliecks. Cetalo ues are ready, and the Goods may
be .xaininied This Day. .
Wanttid-lotaand Pearl Ashes.

SShip Union's Cargo, from'. Caldutta.2
THIS DAY at 10 o'clock.
Jit Gray's Commercial-wohari; (JVortih ind).
50 babies Ganny Bags ; 932 bales Ginger; 136 '
bags Sugar, of various qualikies, part double boil-
ed 110 chests Indigo.

Sumatra Pepper.
THIS DAY at 10 o'clock,
t. Gray's Coimmercial mhitrf.,
200 bags hleavy Sumatra PEPPER; 40 bags "'P

'TIlS DAY at 10 o'Clock,
At FAtiuFIELD & CHOATE'S Office,
Ao. 14, C14 "TRJ.L-S ,REET,
Sce.se figured Cravats; 1 do. plaid do.'; 1 do.
Brittannia Hkl's.; I1 do. Ladies' Cotton Hose and
MiVn's I Hose ; I do. nett Cotton Suspenders ; I
do. superfine white Kid Gloves; I do. lightfancy
Prinis; I.. do. striped Scotch Gidghtams; white
Russia Drillings, superior quality ,;. Lad ie' Mack
Leghorn Bontinets, Nos. 41 to 45; Fioenpe Silks;
Cotton Shirtings ; Canton Crapes ;- twilled Born-
bazetta ; colored Lipen Threads; Factory Cotton
do.; Company Nankins; Sewing Silksa; Cassi.
meres; Br'badelosahs, .' .
.JAso-2 bales mixed and HlarebaclSatttinets.
'. .....! .:.. PripacteSaie... ":
2 .trunks.best Naples Sewing Silk; I case black'
id ivhite French fripes lO 1000 lbs superior tulfR
blood Meirino \\ ...I'l ,) si.J.', Si Leather; 10'
bbls. cherry Rm .....
Furniture. *'."
ThIS DAY ,1 9 ,,.i j-, .- I'.
At .DAVID Fot'a. ri, l;ic, .
N.'. 4, o O.JNG' ESi'STTEET,
1 tFeatlher Beds, eese, dowi":-dad common; 8'
Mlatrasses; Bedstead, Dir,-.in',. Or'l. Pembroke
'; a d *."ri'n.31 T 13'1:1, liua r-i ,' Ladies*
"eleg .t \\W c .k l'a .i.. ..j- St ,a. ; L iht Stands;
Lboking Glassci; A.Sceretar,, .ind lB-ok Cases
Bureaus; Book 'Ra.ks i Por'.,-l" Wir ig Dews;
Wash Stands; I Fountain ; elegantt and comsmoox
Chairs ; Wiliard's Pitetit .Timepieces ; Liquor
C.ses ; Entry' Lamps; I Gold Watch and Gold
mounited ; 1'Giltar, a sweet toned ; Glass, China,
Crockery ahdi odier War,, ; Kitchen Furniture, c;
Thie abeve articles may be examined on Mnnday-
0o'Cash aill be advanced oon all kind of GoodX
consigned lbi sale.

Bear Skins.
THIS DAY at 12 o'clock,
At WXHITWELL', BOND & 'Co's OfficeC
A'bo. 2, A!,Y-'iSTRiE.E'1,
50 superior BEAR SKINS.

Souchong Tea.
TO-MORROW at It o'clock,
S -AS ABnOr., .
IG' chests Souehoug ITEA, Wn..Savery's car'
go; 209 hoxes do. do. Be;j. Rush's do. Condi-
Lions at sale. ---
On WEDNESDAY, August 8, at:t10 o'clock,
SOu chests Hyson,
u) do.' ouchng TEoAS
20 chests iongo t 600dlo.lyson Skin,
Being alt thatremnaiits o: the Archer's, Clothier's,
Poinmac's and, Ann's cargoes.
.Rlso-SO chests andl 20 do.' young HIyson TEA,
lIobCert Et dswa:'d's cargo. T
C;ain!ognes will ble read, mid satnplesof the Tea
many be examined at office the day before the sale.
...AIt 1rievat Sale...
10 cases Rhtlbarb, entitled to debenture; 5 hlhds.
Eoelisl: double flint Tumblers; 2 cases black and
vlhie hItalian Crapes, assorted Inumber; Ido.
D)utlcl Oi. Cloths ; 3 cases ltalia Sewings, ablto
and assorud colors ; 1 case triple ehain t a!loonsi
for llatters; 100t) lb. Crude Antimony.

Capital Stand.
Vill be leased at I'alie Auctiol, TO--MORROW;
at '2 o'C.oack,
That valuable tastate, No. 7(6, Cornhill, corner
,9t Cornilill:.nd School-street, long occupied as a
Glass uand Crockery Ware Store, being one of the
liest stands in town firt that and many other brlin-
ches of business. TheI key is leftat Messrs. Wing
t Sunine,'r, No. 3, South row, and the premises
nay b se en by ap .viying to them any time previous
to ti.; s:aic.
Furniture, -4'c.
On SATUtDAY next at 9 o'clock,
.\0. :, ALB ,SREwE:'/1,
I bigh post mrhogany Bedsteand; 2 mahogany
field ,ii.;c 2 do. stained wood,all new, wirrantud per-
luerleet ; 12 very handsome cane bottomed Chairs;
au Linglsh patent Night Cabinet ; mnaliogany Press ;
rose wiod portable Desk; I pair hantdsomte large
g It framuned l-ookih:g Glasses; large gilt framed
hlimnei i Cia's; patent Timepieces; handsome
b ass Fire Sets and Fender'; Silver Ladle, Fish
Kj.ifle and 'Tla Spoons ; an elegant Desert Set of
English Wa:' i: i sets English cut Glass Decauters;
crescent antd -tcaWvl'rry patterns ; Tumblers anid
Wine C;;asses; pi -in do.; 4 Mattrasses ; India
Chi:.a Diuiiug .Set; do. bef-steake Dishes; Coffee
Cn:S amd Sauccerns ; Bureaus ; common Chairs
Settre; 'Talles; S.,fas Wardrobe; Sideboard;
cut Ith-dstead's ; Guitar ; double plated kHarness,
in a; ly I w ; ouottlcd Cider, &c. 'e.
-.'t 12 o'clock-a very elegant upright PIANO
FORIE, additional keys, ce. coAt S400U has
been exaimiined by ati e:xperinencd workinim, aild is
pruon,unced to b,- in goid ordei, and equ: I to new.
.ols-usaquare PIANO FOM TE, by Cliappel
& Cu. Londou, with idditionlal keys. &Sc. in perfect

BY T. M001E.
rVHE dawning of morn. the dlay-light's sinking,
.I The nights long hours still find me thinking
Of thee, thee, only thee.
When friends are met, and goblets eroiw.n'd;
At.d smiles are near, that once enchanted,
U nreasehli'd by all that sunshine round,
My soul, like some dark spot, is haunted
By thee, thee, only thee.
Whatever in fame's high path could weaken
My spirit once, is now forsaken
For thee, thee, only thee.
Like shores, by which some headlong bark
To the ocean hurries-resting never
Life's scenes go by me, right or dark,
I know not, heed not. hast'ning ever,
To thee, thee, only thee.
I havenot'a joy but of thy bringing,
And pain itself seems sweet, when springing
F From thee, thee, only thee.
Like spells, that nought on earth can break,
Till lips that know the charm, have spoken,
This eirt, however the world may wake
Its grief its scorn, can but be broken
By thee, thee, only thee.

Morocco Case Manufactory.
Opposite the Old South, up the Court.
AN UEACTURES Moro co,- Minamure.
I Watch, Spectacle Opera and Thernometer
Cases, of ever'diseriptiean-faney Work, Ring and
Jewelry Boxes; Backgammon Boards; Pocket
Books. Port Folios made and repaired in a neat
The above work, for neatness and durability,
Shas stood the test of this town for several yeass,
and is offered to the public as low (and some low-
er) than can be imported.
ON. A-.A~l.oarders left with Mr. John."F'ieree,
Optician, No. $1, Marlboro'-street, will be strictly
attended to, and gratefully acknowledged. tf, J 9
JOHN DAY,-Silver Smith,.
.No. 8, Water-st. opposite the Post Of ce, Boston.
M ASONIC Work done at short notice ; Watch
Cases and Swords Gilt, and Swords Plated.
N. B.-All kinds of Silver Work made to match
any pattern. lawtf July 18I
The .thorough bred Virginia Horse
- W17ILL standthe eInsuing season at Major James
Brown's Farm, in Lexington, 10 miles from
Boston, at the moderate price of 15 dollars the
Mare, to warrant a foal; 12,'dollars the season, or
8 dollars the single leap, and 1 dollar to the Gsroom,
limited to 20 mares; he will be ed to IBrighton
e. every londay, and step at Dutdley's Taveen
through the day. Payment may lie made to the
subscriber, or to Mr. Leonard Brown,. who takes
charge of the Horse.
'-ARES fromm distant places furnished with
eepin at a reasonable price, but all casualties at
the ii of their owne. '
This Horse was bred by the Hon. Jos. Lewis of
Virginia, the present owner, from the very best
stoek of running Horses in that State. He is a
beautiful bay, about 15J hands high, uncommonly
well made, with great bone and muscle, block
mane, tail and legi, five years old last June ;--his
sire was the imported Hlorse Eagle, one of the moat
distinguished racers of his day, as will appear by
the English Racing Callendar, and one of the largest
and moest beautiful Horses in England. Eagle was
imported into the Unit-d'States .by Mr Bell, in
the year 1796. .He is full brother to Spread Eagle,
ar will aptdiii by the Stud-book, page $37-was
otten by Volunteer, his dam by Highflyer-grand
am by Enginee---great grand dam by Cade-great
great grand dam Lass of the Mill by Traveler,
Miss Makeless, &ce. ke.
The dam of Whistle Jacket, Iris, was gotten by
the imported Horse Stirlng-her' dam by the insm-
orted Horse COur de Lion--her grand dam was
Mr. Meade's celebrated running Miare' Oracle, who
was gotby the imported Horise Obscurity-her g. g.
dam by Celor--g. g. g. dam by the imported Horse
Partner-g. g. g. g. dam by the imported Horse
Janus-g. g.g. g. g. dain by the iinportedl Horse
Valiant-g ,g. g.g. .dam by the imported
florsev Jolly er, out ofan imported lare, the
property-of Peter Randolph, Eq.
Charlestown, J ly, 1821. A2m
laitufacturers and Capitalists attend.
FrOR SALE, that well known estate in Brain.
tree, about ten miles from Boston, known by
the appellation oftbe Braintree Iron Works, and
is now min corisplete order for immediate use. The
estate comprizes a number of buildings, viz-one
very large wooden one for the purpose of carrying
on the work generally, iu '.vbch are a large trlp
hammer, a furnace, three stacks ofehimnies, water
vwhseels, bellows, &e. e.-a large building ifor a
hinishingshop, andt a barnadjoining. .4iso, a arge
building erected for agrist mill, hut can be con-
verted to any other purpose. There is also a good
Dwelling-1'- use, two stories high, a gardena, and
Aibotk three acres of land; with a number ot valu-
able fruit trees on tute same. The dam is in excel-
lent order, and there is a full supply of water. It
has one very great advantage by water carriage,
for the Packiets come within half a mile of it daily,
aid will take away the manufactured articles, an.
bring a-y raw materials that may be -afited. This
undoubtedly, where business is carried on upon ai
large saen'e, would make au immense savig.
Thisestate wil be sold on suoh terms as to,
make it arn-object for any capitalis, to become a
pureliaser. Aplly to BENJAMIN SMITH, No.
4, Cential-whart, or to Maje- MINOT' TIIAl-
ER, lraintree eoptf msrch t

Cotton Factory Estate. .
"AF OR sale, on liberal terms, the estate whereon
the Roger Williams Cotton Factory was late.-
ly destroyed by fire. It is pleasantly situated on a
turnpike roiid, ten miles south-west of Providenee,.
consists of eight acres of Land, eight large two sto-
r y Dwelling-houses, one Dye-house, one' large
Blacksmith's and Machine-shop, one Savw-mill, and
one Store-house. The dam, trench, and main wa-
ter wheel, are in gooi order. There is at least,
from 171 to 19 feet head and falling water, with
sufficient power at all times to operate four or five
thousand spindles. For ftirther particulars, apply
to CALEB FISKE, of Scituate, or
CALEB WILLIAM ,of providence, R.I.
July11 II5w
SReal Estate.
F OR sale, if applied for immediately, the site
-of the houses. lately burnt in Union-street
vig: No. 9, 30, 31 and 32-terms liberal. Apply
to. J. P. BLANCHARD, No. 14, Kilby-striet'
or to ELIJAH MORSE, No. 92, Court-street
where plans of the same can be seen. July 25

A OULD'S real Japan Sponge Blacking is tbfor
sale at the following places viza:-Henry Tur-
ner, and Ezra Eaton, Fish-street; L. T. Dupee,
Middle-streec ; Gay & Veazie, S. & J. Howe,
and W. Faxon, Anti-street-; T Tirmill N E. of
the market; N. R. Holden, Mhi'ket-sqihre.; Hall
& Weld, No. I, Unions-street ;'1t. Brighan,, El'm-
street; j. Pery, Howe, and J. Tolmas. Court.
street ;Mark Byrne, asd Cushman Bassett, Matr-
ket-street; Stearns & Bicknell, Exchange-st,.eet;
B. Dhyrl'sg, P. Atwood, and John Stevets, Broad-
street ; J. lPray, '28j, Cotnhihl ; B. Fuller, M
Cushing, J. Ma rton, J. Thayer, Jos. Stevens J
VNse, C. Veazie, 'Thayer & Lord, J. Hunt, and
L. E. Caswell, on the .Main-street ; anid atSammuel
Kiddijhejn. and V. Ariioli's, Charleatown. This
Blackng may be used over tallow or oil.
A. G' returns his thanks to those gentlemen
who state that utsey" hve his recipe for making his
Blacking. I further state, that I have not inform-
ed any person whatever the method of making my
Sponge B;aeking. A. GOULD.
_NB.s ZAll odetrs punctually attended t.
Charlealowgn. Vaus 8, 18!21. Gm.

I `'s Chaises and Harness con'plete, built
12 in'good materials, and in the inost faithful
mauimer, are offered I-r sale, at very moderate pri-
ces Ibe cash, or approved credit." To view the
Chaises, apply to NATHIAN WATSON, Roxbu-
ry-street. 91p July !21

SASH.-(S0 cents pet pond) will be given, for
first quality HOGS BRISTLES, at LANE
,& HUNEVELL's, Dock-sq.
(8Shoe m akers' Bristles for sale as above. ,
nov18 1. ml2is

Fresh, Ob6ods for Cash.

AVEjitjst received a large and general assort-
men of FreshImported EUROPEAN and IN-
Also, en hand-A complete assortment of Amer-
ican Ginghams, Stripes, Cheeks, Bedtickings,
Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, Sat-
tinets. Cassimeres, Broadeloths, Flannels, iarns,
Thread, &e. &e. whichaare offered low for cash.
april 21t 2aw8w

-'1-AS constantly on hand at hia Manufactory
SNo. 97, Newbuiy-street, Boaton, a large as-
sortment of Block Tin 'Wame,

viz:--Block Tiu.Te't.Pots ; do.. do~ Pitchers; dt0
do. Wash Bowls and Ewers; do. do., Tumblers-;
do. do. quatrt and pint Beer Pots; do. do. Lamps,
with a general assortment of Pewter Ware.
N. B -The above articles are warranted to be
of the best materiAls aanl woikmanship-also,
cheaper than at any other manufactory.
nrareh 24 eptt

iW E the subscribers would respectfully inform
V our fi'iends and'the public, that we attir
ready ta supply them with those excellent Iron
Pumps, whtch were of such essential service dum:-
iig the late fire in Union-street. We can assure
the public that awe are tci only persons that have
placed these vabiable Iron Punmpa. in this townr.-
!Ve return grateful thamks to our fellow citizens
for thair praise bestowed on uis, and soicit furdtier
patronage. A' pply to thesubscribers, at the corner
of Orange aind Elliot-streets.

T IE Bricklayersand others concerned in build-
S ing, are respectfully informed, that the sub.
scriber has commenced the above business in Cam-
bridge street, where he will supply those who
will lavout him with their custom at the lowest
N.B. Also, Grave Stones of all kinds.
tf march 7
Italian Sewing Silk.
T HE Subscriber has for sale,2 cases best Ital-
ian Sewin- Silk; I case Florentines ; I case
.gilt Buttons, lflubboas, &c. &c. which will besold
low for cash. Chambers 56 Cornhill.
nmasy 5 eptcl BENJA31MIN DOW.

AVE for sale, landing from sch. Woromonta-
gus--58 bags St. Jago COFFEE of prime quality,
entitled to debenture. July 25

S RUSSELLS,Venitian and Kidderminster Car-
peting, just o;esed and for sale, at No. 12J,
Kilby-street, by ISAAC SCHOLFIELD.
.July 25 tf
200 easks French ClaretWine, and 300 baskets
of 12 and 6 bottles French Sallad Oil, enti.
tied to debenture,
20 balesNew Orleans Cotton,
46 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco,
10 pipes Lisboi 'Wine,
Cut Nails, assorted-a constant supply at
factory prices,
Russia SailCloth; Seersuckers,
Sealing Wax ; Tutenague, Uc. July 25

Flour, Whale Oil, Sperm Candles.

TI 'o. 29, IsVDIA-jS."RE.IET,
il0AVE recently received for sale,
1025 bbls..Alexandria superfine,"I
326 do. do. fine.
36 halfbbls. do. superfine, L FLOUR
14 do. do. fine,
17 bbis. cross middlings, I
S192 do. Howard-street, super. j
193 hhds.
218 tierces, Whale Oil, in prione order,
136 bbls.
223 boses 4's,
351 do. 5's, permacet C dles,
53 do. 8,'s,J or rIsT QvuAITTr.
July 25
Have for sale, landing from brigPh(enix,
46 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco,
13 bales New-Orleans Cotton,
16 bbls. superfine Flour. .
... IXT82POu. _
46 hihdis. Kentucky Tobnacco,
20 bales New-Orleans Cotton. July 25
J o. 25 s, INDIA- WII.RF,
"AS for sale, a few bags of Coffee ; West-India
Rum; a few tons Camwood ; 50 bbls. Pearl
Ashes." "- '
Sikeevise--Bills of Exchange on England.
July 18
FV IV. & F. ELLIS, have for sale on the low-
est terms, N. E. Rum made last November,
warranted high proof and of the best quality, asith
or without the cask. Hhds. sent back in good or-
der, shallbe received i'ee of charge. Apply at-
No. 21, India-wharf, or at their Distillery on Front
street.- 'July 18
S BALES prime Louisana COTTON, now
6 .landing from the brig Mexican and tbfor
sale by R. D. SHEPHERD, 28, India-wharf.
July 18 Sp 1
T WENTY bales New-Orleans Cotton-for sale
by BAKER & HODGES, No. 30, India-
street. July 18

PAT.,A'T AY Fo S. "
J UST rej ij:d, 50 doa,. Goodyear's highly ap.
S provedpatent. steel spring HayForks, fotbr sole
by L. FE"ARING & CO. No. 20, merchants' Row.
June 27 sisos
H AVE for sale-28 tons of St. Petersburgh
clean Hemp, of a very superior quality.
July episl m

S AM'L PARKMkN, Jr.- CO. have for sale
250 bbls. Camwood,
Al5'1. just landed, 60 qr. casks Malaga Wine,
superior quality, and a few thousand Mogadore
Goat Skins. eptf July 18
Nor 17, IA DiA- W1IAI1F,
'AS constantly for sale-Russian, Swedish, and
.English IRON, fat,square, and round; with
ALS, RODS, HOOPS, and PLATES, of every
description and size-real (L) blistered S''EEL.
.Ase, London Crown WINDOW GLASS.
Jau1 .t- epti

Copartnership Dissolved.
SHE copartnership heretofore existing under
the firm of
was on the 22d May last, by mutual consent dis-
solved. All persons having demands against said
firm, are requested to present them fbr payment,
and those indebted are called upon to make pay-
ment to T'oxAs A. Davis, who is duly anulhoriseda
to settle the same. THOMAS A. DAVIS,
IHE Copartnership of the subscribers hereto
fore existing-under the firm ofJAMES POW-
SER is this day dissolved by mutual consent. 1ll
persons having demands against said firm, are ire
quested to present them for payment; and those
Swho are indebted to said firm, are requested to-
make payment to JAx.s Porra'rn.
Charlestoani, .une 1; 181. -

Informns his friends and the public, that lie contin-
ues business at the old staund, aid hasi fr saue, a
general assostment of West Iodia GOODS, -whole-
sale and retail.
The Copartnershimp heretofore existing under
the firm of SKINNER & IIURDS, is this-day by
mutualeConsemt disisolved. All 'persousa havinmgde--
nianuds against said firm,are requested to present
them for payment; and all persons indebted to
said.firm, are requested to make lniyment toJoHN
Sskl[aszt, atid Jons i;HunD. '
Cliarlestoewn, June 1,1821.
The subscribers would inform their. friends and
the public, that they will continue the business at
the okd strid, dnder the firm of SKINNER &
H URD, where they offer for sale, a general assort-
ment of W. 1. GOODS, on reasonable terms.
Charlesto'n, June 1, 1821. en5p .
Copattnership JVotiee and lRemo'val.
TH-E Cupartuership heretofore existing under
.l tfie firm of PEARSON' & CLOUTMAN,
is dissolved in consequence of the decease of R. F.
Cloutman. All persons having demands against
the firm, are requested to present them, and all in-
debted, to make.payme. t to

EDWARD A. PEARSON, has removed from
76, Cornhiill, to Counting Room, No. I, Long-whf.
where hie will be hippy in receiving orders for Bos-
ton Crown and- Ciehnsford Window Glass, and
Glass Ware ofevery description.' Uiis former re
tail customers can be supplied by Messrs. WING
& SUMNER,No. South R' w. 'tf July 4
For China, Earthenif Ware, tlass and -
RANCIS WILBY, bi:gs leave to inform his
Friends and die Public, that'he lias opened a
Shop, N'o. 5, Marlboro' Rew, under the direction
of Mr. CdiAx.xs BsAnstRx., tbr the sale of CHINA
AND EARTHEN WARE, flom the Manufactory
of Messrs. John & William Ridgway.
The Goods fi'omthis house stand high in point
of quality. atnd are got up in the best taste; their
paintings and engravings are admirably executed,
and their models classical.
F. W. has just received, an extensive assortment,
of blue printed, Stone Clhinnt, Enamelled, and Gold
Burnished Dining, Dessert, ard Tea and Cofie
Services; Chimniey and Toilet Ornaments; Vases;
Inik Stands; Scent and Flower Jars, and Flower
Pots, and every description of Ridgway's superior
Earthen Ware.. .'I
Patterns of Dining, Deserts and 'Tea Services,
costing from ten to three hundred guineas, from
which sets, or parts of sets to suit pturnlasers, can be
ordered, are now opening. China aind Glass will be,
ordered tin any pattern t hat mnay be wanteo..
A good assoirtment of piiin astd cut Glass Ware,
and the best of Sheffield Cutlery sill be kept.
It is intended that the prices shail be unitborm,
and -yithout abatement, so tat famnidies may send
with confidence of being served on tihe best terms.-
Should any article prove defective, or of interior
quality, it will be exchanged.
Assorted crates for country trade, for oash or an.
doubted paper only.
F. Wilby has now bpeiing,Ivory, Buck and '
Bone handle Knives uand Forks; DessertKnives;
Carvers and Steeais ; an extensive variety of Pen-
knives and Scissors ; Tutauia'I ea.`Pots, and Coffee
Biggins; I'ea and Table Spoons; Japanned Tea' t
Bread, Knife and Cheese rrays, and Brushes of .
every description, with a large assortment of Creatm .
Colored, Blue Priuted aund GLass Wares. dse,
boat silver-eyed Needes. -ep2mn June 13
OW selling low tor cash, at No. l, Cort'uhill, c
N by PETER MACKINTOSH, Jr. in order
to clote his stock of Spring and. Snunmer Goods
a large assortment, consisutng in part of the.ibfol
lowing articles :--
- Cambric and common n Prints, a lar e variety,
India Sheer Muslitns; Long L,',u Sect h, do. .-
Fancy Muslin, a variety; In. i, -
Irish Linens; BritislhSbirting Citton, .
AmericansShirtinga and Ginighaims, -
Seersuckers; Olive Setteen, t
White Jeans antd Cossac CorLsbor pantaloouis,k&e.
Coinmoun and Company Naukitns ; Englislh ido.
Woollenets and mixt silk Chaltets, tfor sumnmet
wtear; Nankin Pantaloons, 6s d pert pair, A
Fashionable Silk and Cotton Vestumgs,
Ginghams, fine and superfine; Boinuazetts,
Cotton Canna'ics; LinenaC s Csanmuimd iltkI '.
Black flarence ;.Black Cantous Sarnet,
lack Il an C'r a: Green Gatoize black Fats
iancy aud, 4dain swite Mluslims Cr'vats, al t
Iteal aid iliitationi Merino Het dkt.; '... Silk .-o .
Painlu and printed border KCrseuu_-e gLo'-:N.I. ,I
Damask TaIble Lihen,
Birds eye iandh RussDia aperus,
Parasuls an d Cotois unibmrellas; l
Ladies' Kid Gloves; oentleme's rBeaver uto.
Black ansd flag siik andu assorted tCu1.0d lis. d
Fashionable B uttons.a, All kind,
JSuspenders; Brown Hollanid ; Bueksans
Padding ; itk anod Tswist- k'latunls ; Oil Cloths,
Qumahity Bindiing-as great variety o1 Br'oadeu0ths
sod Kerseymer'es, anil other v'iiuable goods.
'The auove hsavitig bee selected mit tie heat sour.-
ose fur buying cheap, ce, cially ait Auctiuni, eari be .rc
cild as buy by retail as timey are' by whbolsa.e-atad
is many in~stances, lowes'. Goods wvarras,tetl to c
amuse mis r'epr'oen ttd, sod dur'iig Jul's at,1 Augita s,
leculesl bai'gains,s~ilil be givmt. Juty s8 4
.V' OI'lU'/. ,
'5"IlI, personm that borrowred or has tise thmiuty-iirst :
volume ofttic M~edical auid tlhysie:ai 'houruia:, jl
au' 'ountd, behoingintg to the aubacriucir, is r-equest _t
zd to roturiu it to _No. liS, Atkiiuson-as'eest.
Juume Ii ep~w ISA.AC I1Usi )- N,

Black Lace Veils and Shawls.
No. 5 & 7, AMARKET-.STRE.E1T,
H AVE for sale, a good assortment of LACE
.';o, t ,re received by a late arrival f'om Lon-
don a complete assortment of COTTON SEW-
ING, in skeins and in balls, of numbers from 30
io 100-part of the balls are put tup in. small ele-
gant paper boxes, in assorted numbers of 1, ounce,
very convenient for family use.
o.813, have just received by an arrival from Bre-
men, a few cases black Dutch RIBBONS, No. 2.
July 25 .. 5w
Bythe President of the United States
Whereas the President of the United States is
authorized by law to cause 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
(agreeably to law) of certain laids, shall be held
as follows, viz: ,
At Yooster in Ohio, in the first Monday in
June next, fr the sale of thd thirteen sections of
land in the District of 'Wooster, heretofore reserved
for the use of certain persons of the Delaware tribe
of Lidians, aind sudsequently ceded to the United
A't Delaware, in Oiso, on the first Monday in
July next, foibr the satile of twenty.seven townsfiips,
viz : "
Towaships 1 astid 9, north, of ranges 9,10, and 11
,2,6,7,4, range 12
I to 8, ranges 13 and 14.
At the same place, on tte' tirim'd Momday in Au-
tus" rmm ffr the sale orn tswenty-five townships, viz:
I o nhq. I to 8, north, of range 15
SI to 7, ranges 16 and 17
I1;2, and 3. range 18.
At Piqua in Ohio, on the first Moniday-in" u-
gust next, for the sale of twenty-six townships, viz:
Townships 1 to 5, south of range 5
1,2,3, 4,6,7, atnd 8, 6
1 to 8, 7.
1 to 6, 8
At aincennes, in Indana, on the third Monday
in June aext, for the sale of ,the lands belonging
to thn United States, in the tract set apart fbir the
location of private claims, by an act, entitled "An
act respecting the claims to land in the Indiata
Territory aid State of Ohio," passed on the 21st
of April, 1806.
At Brq/~loke, in Indiana, on the third Monday
in Julext, for the sale of !4 townships, viz:
3%w2 ships 10 to 16, of ranges 2 and 3
"5 19 '16, 4and 5
At the same place, on the. 'first Monday int Au-
gust next, for the sale of twentety townships, izs:
Townships 15,:6, and 17, in ranges 6, 7, 8, 9,
S 10, and 11
15 and 16 in range 12.
At lackson, in the county of Cape Girardeau, in.
Mfieouri, on the first Monday of geptemnber next,
for the stle of thirty-tour townships, viz:
Townships 30, 31, 32, and 33, in ranges 7 to 14 E
SA 51 and 32, '15.
At the seat of government,uin the territory of
.- kanchs, on the third Monday in September next,'
for the sale of twentyone townships,-viz:
Townships 5, 7, 9, and 10 ~. in range 19 West.
5 5to to20
6 9 21
8 14 22.
At IWaahington, in Tlfis'ieappi, on the first Mon-
day in July next, for the stile of any land which
are surveyed in the District west of Pear rivdr,
which have not heretofore lbeen offered for sale.
At St.. Stephens, in Aldubana, oi the first Moun-
day in August next, for the. sale of such tracts of
la4d in township eight, of ranges I and 2 west, and
in township 6, of range 5 west, and sundry other
tracts of land in tihe District eastof Peal Iriver,
which hae mnot been heretoftore.offered for sale.
At iauntsville, in Alabania, oa the thirdIl Ionday
in July next, firs the sal of the islands in the Teln-
nessee river,andoh suiidrv detached fi'actions in
townsinips 5, 6 and 7, of range 1 east, bordering on
the Clie: okee boundary line, which have"not eent
be etofore offered for sale.
At Tuscaloosa, in Alat)amna, on the first Mon-
day in July next, fur the saic of twenty-two townsi-
hips, viz:
Toirnships 15 to 22, in ranges I and 2 east.
15 20, in rsVice 3.
At the same place, on the third Monday in Au-
gust uext,for the sale oftwenty-three townships, iz
T'uvrushipa.15, 16, 17, aid 18, of ''ange 4 east.
15 and-16 e 5
15 6
15 to 22 1 and 2 IV.
A the same.place, oi the third Monday in Sep.
coib.,' nest. br the sale oftwenty-four townships,

I'ownships 15 to 22, of range 3 west.
,, 22 .- 4 atnd5
15 21 Ci and 7.
A .the same place on the third _Monday in Octo-
ber next, for the safe of twouty-one to.vinships, viz:
T'ownsfips 15 to 21, in ranges 8, 9, and t0 west.
At the same place, on thle third Monday of No-
vembrnext., for the sale of 24 tousihips, viz.
Townuthips 15 to 21, in ranges t1,12, and 13 W.
15, 16, anid 17 14.
At the same place on the third Monday in De-
ember next, fut the sa e of 25 townships, viz:
Townships 18 to 21, in range 14 west.
15 2t 15, 16 antd 17.
Each sale wll commence with thick lowest numn-
er of lot or section, townsliip, umild ratige, and
r'oced in regular numerical order.
The lands reserved by law for the use of schools,
,o-Ob otlis puLirposes, will as usual be 'reserved
ru. sale.
Given under miy hand, at the city of Washingto ,
his 19th day of April, in the car s'I1 1
JAM ES MioNhOl';.
By the President:
. Conmnissioner General of Land Office:
T HlE corporations oftis ei sty will give f'roa this
Sday to the first day May. ti2i, two dillars
nd fifty ents per ton tot- good 'iund paving stones,
.. 75 cents pie'ton bthr paving sand, and receive
i... tv' fi'om-the decks of the vessels importing
1 Jr a Into this urt. 1 They willalso give 12 1-
,tNts pei ruling itbot Lfor 2t,O lofet of curb, iand
,00 het. of gutter stounies. The curb stories
nast be not less than 3 feets Ug, 12 inches deepn

' rdc sti. or reomnd _os _o -t-
S4 incs thok; gu tLter stones not less than two
et long, it elihes ride, audd 3 inches thick.
M ROI"FIGNts, leilyor.

It 'AN'I'ED a sitnuatioi sas a Cleuk int n Store ora
) o21ic, by :, young Maui siho hiss se,',oil a .
egstlar aptren'.iceship, is asqitaisited wtithm Ihook
ecpiitg b l double solt' ou-rites a decent ii Situ
ti" l"se suis l om c' t'c(mctsdatioiss. Fr t
.thte nrai'ormatstet appBy to ir. I". BECK. o.
, onigi'ss'551uuare. Jul's 1t
.2'/"ti SAJLES O1/ '1-L .BE 1E'1;
'tHE Linse t,tinve Piace ,at lBr'ghtomu l'or'merly
occupied lby Mr. Kusap ad smsit presetit b, M 3.
[mi-uage, wIti ho sold or let. Possessont ,ie isi,
ediately. tusjiuire of S\' ,i.'i1'T&IIsL'llt)(NIh
.8Centitral-atreet, Baston. a t, June 47'


HE Proprietorsofthe BOSTON GLASS MANUFACTORY have thepleasuretoinform
their friends and the public, that they btve reduced the price of the

to such rates a will make it cheaper (itP weight and quality considered) than Crown Glass
imported from ondon and Bristol.
The superiority, in strength and brilliancy, which the BOSTON GLASS possesses over all
other, is too well known to be questioned,'and the Proprietors are determined that nothing
on their part shall 'be wanting to render the .Glass manufactured in future equal to any they
have ever made.
The price of CHELMSFORD GLASS is also reduced, and offered for sale, (together with
an assortment of SOU'1* BOSTON FLINT GLASS) packed in excellent order for trans-
portation, at the Boston Glass .Mfanufactsry, Essex-street.
j'Orders directed to the Superintndae of the Boston Glass .Manufactory, will receive
prompt attention. tf July 16

WAY, Chemist, No. 24, Franklin-p'ace, Boston,
the late .mfansir"1-housae of Don Juan Stoughton,
a1td retail by appointment, by
at the siguofSt. L-kes head, No. 56, Ilanover-
treet, Druggist, and most Druggists, and Book-
sellers ofrt'espectability. .Also by most l'ost-Mas-.
tcrs, thriuuglhtout the United States.
d 'A large discount to country Physicians, Tra,.
dota5 &c. 9 Jut5" 14

l about to make differentari'ang.mg in their
line ofbmsiness, respectfully invite theirustomers
and the Public to call ait No. 6i0, Cornhill, where,
they will sell their stock at cost, which has been
purchased at auction and elsewhere, at time lowest
market prices, comprising as Ixtensive an assort-
ment as is to be found its town, viz :-black aind
blue Broadelothsl, various qualities; Cassimeres of
every quality and color; Satinets; Cassimere
Shawls; plait Bombazetts, black and colored;
Woolenetts; figured Bombazetts, assorted colors;
spotted Flaunelis ; Cassimera Hdkfs. imitation of
merino BombAizeens; Merino Shawls 4-4 and
7-8 Irish Linens; Linen Sheetings; cotton and li-
nen Table Cloths; Linen Damask; English and
Russia Drills ; Brow Hollands; Dowlas an d Rus-
sia Sheetings and Diapers; power-loom Shirtipgs
and Sheetings ; light and dark Calicoes 4.4 and
9-8 Fancy Prints ; Furniture Patches ; ,sans,
lain and striped ; 4-4 and 6-4 Cotton amprics ;
Cambric Mus-ins; Imitation India and Mull do.;
Linen Cambrias ; English Ginghams, light and
dark ; blue :aid fellow Nankist Naunkin aad
Canton Crapes, black and assorted colors; 09-4
Nankin Crape Shanls' English, French anti In-
dia Florentines, figured and plain;' Marseilles
Quilting;' Circassian, Toiliaiet aid Valencia Vest-
ings ; Satteen Jeans Tabby Velvets; Cotton Flag
Hdkfs.; Hosiery and Glovesi Silk and Gingham
Umbrellas ; .Suspenders ; coronation and plain
Buttons ; lAeached and unbleacnhed American
Sheetig and Shirtings Bed Tickings ; Flannels
Seersuekers; Leghorn Boinets, Chip Flats, &o.
&c. Also, 300 ready made Silk,Vests ; 300 pair
Linen Pantaloons; 200 pair Shoes.
eptinm July 18
-Though hitherto considered past rel;,
By Dr. Relfe's Botanical Drops.'
I R. S'hearmon, Carpenter of Boston, was 22
months afflicted with a tumor on the back of
the hand, which incapacitated him fhr work, after
having tried every thing in vain, and suffered an
operation on his hand and considered incurable,
was cured and restored to health by taking four
bottles of these drops.
.fr.- CarPenter of Boston, was seriously
affected with biles tfor a considerable time, which
after having tried every thing that had been recom-
mended witloat effeet, lie had recourse to these
doIps, and was cured by a few bottles, when lie ap-,
plied Ie had upwards of 50 o0 one arm, many as
large as a pigeon'segg. -
'IA gentleman of Bston, was much troubled with
an eruption O ihis upper liII, which resisted all
mnedieui,.was cured by one bottle of these Drops,
and one box of Dr. Relfe's Antibilious Pills."'?
41r. Wright ofB aton, was three years atilicted
with a fever sore on one of his legs, had tried.mnost
isedicines without effect", was cured by two bot-
A Child ofbdirs. Burll oJ'Hfanover, was cured
Sofu!cers and bilessome of which had eat dwn to tlhe
ribs by three bottles--this child was considered
in a dying state when she began these'drops. ..
An Infin'ti of Boston, was covered all over with
eruptions, blind with both eyes, .was cured by
three bottles..
An elderly Lady of.Boston, was severely afflicted
for 16 years with an eruption all over her, attended
with most tormenting itclings, burnings and blot-
ches, had lost thereby two toe and finger m,ails,
was cured by six bottles, she had not left her room
for six months and considered past relief.
A GeiAtlenan oj'Lexinagton, .las. was sorely
afflicted 20 years with five ulcers ini his legs, coull
obtain no relietl was cured by four bottles.
A Gentleman of.Bostois, his wife and five child-
ren, was many years afflicted with eruptions, had
tried every medicine without success was cured
by these drops. :- .
A Gentleman of Roxbu'y. was fifty year's afflic-
ted with a tuminor on one of his legs, attended with
burning, itching and blotches, was resigned as past
relief for 30 years, could not lie in bed at times,
was perfectly cured by these drops.
A Lady of Lharlestowna, was two years afflicted
wigh a whiteswelling on her knee joint, had tried
every assistance and considered past relief, eontrac-
tion had formed, when on taking these drops maid
using "'Dr. Jebb's Liniment," in 3 Wiveeks she had
the tree use of the joint, the pain left her, and by
eoutinuing them has obtained a perfect cure.
A Lady ofRoxburdy, was troubled with five en-
largedI glands which 4ad the appearance of wens,
and forced her to carry bher head on one'side, cosn-
sidered past aill relief much debilitated, was cured
by these drops and the hole of the enlargement
These Diops are a radical cure for Scurvy, Salt
Rheum, Scrofula, St. Anthony's Fire, Leprosy,
Pimnpled Face, Enlarged 'Glands, Erypselas; Sore
Legs, Ulcers, even when the hones is affected;
Venereal Taints, when Mercury has failed, are the
best spring and autumnal physic, and may be giv-
en'to children with perfect safety. Price $1, or
6 bottles in one for $5. .sk /obr Dr. Relfe's
Botanical Drops," none are genuine unless signed
1 W. T. Conuway." Prepared and sold wholesale,
by the soleproplieor, ,V. T. Conway, Chemist,
No. 24, Franklin-place, the late Mansion-house of
Don Juan Stoughton, Boston, and at retail by spe-
eial appointment, by
Druggist, at the sign of Sr. Luke's Head, NW. 56,
Hanover-street, Boston; Oliver Shed, near the
mills, Roxbury ; Cushing & Co. and H. Whilpple,
Salem: C. Whilpple, Newburyport; Ilubhbard,
Hlutchins,Gray, Portsmnouthl ; Phelps, Gloucester;
Avery, Plymouth; Whitney, Mamon, Balch, Prov-
idence; Robinson, Worcester; Eb. Hunt & Son,
Clark k& Sons, Northampton; Read & Sliheppard,
Amherst ; Kidder, Charlestown; Williams' (am-
bridgeport; Greenough, Roxbury ; Dixon, Ded-
ham ; D. P. Hopkins, Hartfiord ; and most Drug-
gist and Booksellers of respectability-Also, by
most Post Masters, throt ghot the Union-where
may be had all those just ly esteemed and highly
approved Medicines, prepair- ed by W. T.Gon.-
way. "
(0A large discount to country Physicians, Tra-
ders, &c.
G:fPatrphllets of many extraordinary cures ac-
company each Bottle.
ROM Ebenezer Chase, Esq. Post Master,
Andover, N, 1. .and Editor ofa paner called
De.AllSn -I feel it my duty to inform you, that
my son was more than a year troubled with a sero-
fitulons humor on his neck, which at let'gth broke
out i to three rising sores, which were veny pain.
fil--I applied to several physicians, but to no eof
feet, fecliug like many others, opposed to applying
for Patent Medicines, so called, I tried every ex-
periment and all failed; at length, I concluded
that if' paid one or two dollars for your Dr.
Relfu's Botanical Drops" asd they didi'o good, it
w'osldI be only spending money ,rf imotinig, as I
had done before, therefore, with hut small faith,
I procured one hoottle, auth to my great joy, when
li had t taketi them, the sores where perlctly hetl-
esh, as i lihns not beei troubled with them sinee,
wshii is more than a year. A childofa Mr. Cass,
in this town, being to'blet witi a sirsl; "o' ".
phtint, I recommen.led thuum to him, antd by taking
ti'o bottles they hash a like effect. I therelbre, feel
disposed to reecoin,'esd them, us an excellent
xnedlicine, anti if1you feel dispiosedl to make tie of
Si namer', ia s ny o a youre cumnunioatios you
hamv the ficerty, Yooi,'s respectf'uelly,
e ndsvew', N. ei. Feb. Vt, 1821.
'h nm. 2'. Coetias Chemist, eho. 24, F'Spria'ni-
place, Bofstas, latety.Pasion-hauoe, of ole in Ja
Stoue'htons. "
Thiei'c Drops are a radical cure foro Salt Rhieun.
oewy'v, Scrofula, St. Anthony's Fire, Lesrosy,
tiimpl ,td faces, asor le a, Uleci's, 5'ever Sores,
ecsi welii the bune is affected, Vesiereal Taints,
when nacreury has f'aiiod, are the beat Spriing amid
~Autumial ph~ysic, amd osay he givens to chaihh'en
with pet'fect saft'ey. Pi'ice 31, or six bottles in,
oned bottle, for S5. r cnc ar'egenndsnc, atnesis'
signed on the outsideprinuted wsrapper, "' W. I. "
eoS .eay,'" '
Prooai'ed mutit sold rhomlcssle bsy 'W. T. CON-

P1itical......lercantile....and ,li.scellanoun.e
Puldished on I' ednevaals an! &Saturiayesy
BSENJAM2I tLUSbELL, luidishcr ot the Ltw
of the United States, 'ritter to the ntate,and
Proprietor, at his O Mice, 'longressiutrcet.-

Administrator's Sale at Auction, inv.
Roxbury. .:
On THURSDAY, 16th day of Augustnekt,
TlHE following described RealEstate, with the
buildings thereon, belonging to the estate of
te late Zabdiel Adams, via :-two Buildings in
Roxbury-street, one a Iprge wooden house, and the
other a brick Store, withthe Lands adjoining.-
Also--two Houses in, Zeigler-satreet, one a brick
house, and the other a wooden one. Terms made
known at sale. Sale to commence precisely at s
o'clock, P. M. on the first wooden house.
Roxbury, July so30, 1821.

]T AS again taken his old stand, No. 4, Tremon
S street,4rd has fitted it up in a most superior
stylefur the accommodation of Boarders. Gen-
tlemen and Ladies who visit Boston will find, its
situation more pleasant, and as central as any in
Boston. Good Stabling will be furnished for
Horses, and every accommodation that is necesaTry
to make it agreeable to those that may favor him
with their custom. tf may19

1' (Coraer of State-street, up stairs,
LLESPECTFULLY solicits-i share of the pub
. lic patronage in the above branch-having been
ok I.h in this employ for sonime yours,fhe is confident
hE -n give entire satisfaction to every employer.
P. would observe that (as competition in this
business has caused some to reduce their prices)
his bills shall be as reasonable as any workman's in
Boston. tf July 14
WjILL register Lands or Houses, either for
sale, mortgage, or to let, in town'orcountry.
Young Men orVWnmen, from the country,, who
wvant.places of any kind, aid apply, will .e attend-
ed to, and all business connected with the above
transacted reasonably. tf July 4

1 AS taken part of Chambers No. 15, Broad-
.'street, where he offers for sale, consignments
of HA''S, of every description. Country tra-
t ders and others,. purchasing by'the quantity, are
imted to call.
A good assortment of iHats will be constantly
kept on hand for his- retail customers, who can be
supplrid at the wholesale luice. ,
Liberal advances made onl consignments.
June '2 -S
'tO be let, a neat, convenient and vewry pleasantly
I situated House, containing ten rooms, with a
Stable, convenient Out-houses, and a good well of
Water, Garden and ifruit'rees, and about two a-
cres of Land, situatedon the Dorchester turnpike
oad, s:x miles from Iaston. The house has been
recently fitted up and .newly papered and painted,
ad is is perfect repair. Apply at S. BADLAM'S
fflice, Old Court House. _eptf may 30
r Obe let, Store No. 9, Market-row, recently
cecunied iv Cheover Newhall. For terms ip
ply to NEWiH[ALL & EVELETH, No. 6, Mar.
ket-row. July 25
SSMALL convenient House in Williams
Court, Cornhill. Inquire at the Centinel
Counting Roon. July 15
A GENTEEL three story brick Dwelling House,
the second frotm the top of Belknap-street,
now in the occupation of Mr. John Ayres. Itis in
neat repair, and very convenient for a small s.aily,
containing two good sized Parlours, five Chain-
bers, and pleasant Basement and Kitchen.-It will
he leased at a reasonable i'ate, for 3 or 5 years
from Is, August pesat, but not for a boarding
house. Inquire of ir. AYERS, or P. R. DAL-
TON, No. 32, Inudia-atreet.. July 18
SSTABLE situated in Omange-street. suitable
for a LiveryStable,andformerly occupied for
that purpose.
.lso, a Blacksmith Shop-rentreasonable. In-
quire at No. 21, Orange-street. tf
Card Setters Wanted.
V RuHOSE persons disposed topke Cottom or
SWool CARDS to set, may be furnished with.
them, Iby calling at No. 1, Union-street, over Mes'-
rs. HALL & WELp. eptf July 11
1.1TANTED, a person capable of building and
managing machines for cutting Card Wire.
One acquainted with the business, may find irmm
diate employment and good wages. Inquire
the Centinel Counting R om. eptf July 11 .
W1F7/v TED.
SN a retail Dry Go,ds Store, an active LAD,
Saboutt14 years of aee,lwhoseparents live in town.
The best recommendat'mns will be.reluired. In-
quire at the Ceniial Counting Room.
July 18 eptf

SN a sma!I family I Woman to do Cooking, one
faithtli. capable, anti of good isposition, who
can be well recommended, may apply at the
Centinel Counting Room. J uly 25
SFEW steady Boarders can be accomnocdated
with pleasant and convenient aptat tments3, in
a small family, at No, 1,Milk-street-house front-
ing on Marlboro'-street. July 18
N a Dry Goods Store oi Cornhill, a smart ac-
Live Lad whobe parents live in town, i'ill have
the preference. Inquire at theCentmel Counting
Room. July 18
[]ROM Stnre No. 33, Union-street, a quantity
I1 of gilt and other Buttons, Penknives, double
blade Knlves, &e.c. The above articles were
taken t'iom the store during the late fire, andhave
not been found. Any information respecting them
will be thankfully received and rewarded at said
Store. Should sush articles be offered for sale rn-
der suspicious circumstances, it is requested th.yv
may be stopped. July -25
Y "ESTERDAY moricitg, near Cambridgeport,
a bundle of WEARING APPEAlLEL.-
The owner can have them by callingat the Ocntinel
Counting Room, and paying charges. July 25
fl'AXNT ., SITU.'ATI"ON, -
A YOUNG Mac wi,,, has had considerable ex-
periento ioi Otisinecs, wishes to obtain, a situs-.
tim," as Clerk in a respectable Meicatitile Store or
Counting House. lie is well conieeed, antd can.
produce mostdsatisng', w erchtep as to character,.
ce. A ltie a;tlton. re:ktf P. S. and left at the
Centirel Cunutiteg otm, will be itnrediately at-
enhdei to. Julyt3 2ll

1?I\E oY six geutenetnen camn be accommodated
- -hitl lodging, witi separate climbers, i.
ceti~tal aituaitto,,. iirekfast atnd tea wsitli the t' .mi-
ly it desired. lnuiuk at the C~entinel Coutsting
Rtoom. JulyI'8
"1'0 Hq'HO.M IT a~.MAY CON"CER.X:
p Y mutual ceu,etit hiei'janin Giles and liuswii'
~have separated. B. WILES.
July 18


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