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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Volume ID: VID00011
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10063823
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Other version: Daily Columbian centinel
Other version: Daily centinel and gazette
Preceded by: Columbian centinel & Massachusetts Federalist
Succeeded by: Boston commercial gazette (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Boston, Mass. : Semiweekly)
Succeeded by: New-England palladium (Boston, Mass. : 1840)
Succeeded by: Boston semi-weekly advertiser

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BOSTON, (Alassachusetts,, 'WEDN ESDiMOR1NINf-, AUGUST 15, 1821.

-FOUR DOLLARS per annm
2 ,in vAn vec-1- c ents'single

- '-""'. *-" "-,'_

M ISCELLANY. delivered t th e AStai*lard Bearers under ana-
tional salute from.' the twelve pounders of the
FOt THE ENrTINEL. Sea Fensi6les. .Mr. WILLIAMs then said :]
T1,e r'.,l ,~ T ~'---"n -, <.; iMay it long remain in that part of our country,
Th/e .NkOtt-.5mericaRt, lie-iewim hallowed to our feelings by the recollection of the
H.ERE there is so much to approve and fortitude and patriotism which the immortal
admire as in this work, it is an unwel- W\ashington there displayed, in a time of peril andl
come task to feel obliged to be displeased ealadity, ii opposing not only the powerful force
with any thing which occurs'in it. Still we of our open enemy, but in confnubding the nerfi-
ought io resist any change which is discon. dy and treachery of his tellow ojicer in arms.
nected with improvement. I notice in the Major WoaRT replied :-
last number of tia'tReview that Mr Dr and St MN Cnt.ACaicA-Ii:'aaceptingthis'splendid mani-
are printed without the period or mark of festation oftlici ruunificenceofthe citizens of Boston
abbreviation, which is every where used in their good will towardsiand approval of the con-
such cases, si far as w.e have observed, ex. duot ofthe corps,wiiieh it is my goud fortune,pride,
cepting in Ed]n aingh.;. .. ant' honor to conmasnid,I-feel'entirelyinadequtte to
Now we object to this for the following t .task of makig, to you nd your .follow-citi-
Seasons,- zens, suitable 'acknowledgements. 'It cannot be.
S.. ...... doubtgd that this day, and the interesting astoca-
L. Itis mere imitation, andlike mther imitations tinis connected with it, will operate as a powerful
without congruity or use, it serves merely to diis. excitement to honorable entcrprize, whenevcr'tlr-
hinurtlim who dopts it. erely did I sav i ci n, aggrss ;. n..i ,11nmpe the people to call
not on. it irirodueci, als- irregulnrity andi conlu- ihem to the lic-nce ot r iar common country ; and,
Sion into ourt bnn.r:;o-i, that, tlisheher in pe..e-- or war. they will, by the
-2 T -e irno'tior-nA i-urniformr in hisiew p trC- a- .,zrjyqppIas oi. .i.J dat, deem thefPlc'!vet d)yli\%'
tice, h.-. 6ftor is.a"e fn .fJMtiru ,lft -eti-ienoduLdct m- c i.tae s .hJier, iS.J
ll t. tIwr KfIrir.c lt. lor .olorel ; ien,. f.'r r .ei4 e; a.;.4
e,.er'al, Of". or Goe,,or, Sic. But it may be *r.ia t itS'-cr.,Li Emblem of our country, will
,ske,l -hy Col GetI. o. Gov ..nr,.-,t iitnd aRlune never b trnisiti..l b6 them, individually or col-
qiste toa well without ihe point, as ponr Mr or I)- l-tvhel ., c "ily- I h.'se no hesitation to pleilge
or etn St ipi.essiit c "unt.n i,.rur. itthir evni mtlog de.ar to a s,ldier ;-and this battalion
ordinary suppo llg,'Sir, will ever be their rallying point, whethi,
Perhaps the editor will plead in his defence, er in defence of our country's honor, or in pursuit
economy-the,. saving of ink and type and ofthe science essential to successful war.
time to the author and printer. We particularly recognize, on this occasion, the
But we humbly think that this argument genuine expressions of attachment to the govern-
be urged in his favur; ment andi institutions of our country geocrally,
canne, consistent b u rged in his Lpavur; ^"^ r *e io
.an -lot consistently. and an approval ofevery act calculated to coinuolt.
for if this had been his motive he might in- date its power and secure its defence-such senti-
deed have practiced it mtich more extensively ments are the natural growth of a soil where the
and without any admixture of loss or injury. spirit of liberty first .spiung into litc.
-He migtit for instance have omitted the first Unable as I am to do justice to the oceasionI can
syllable of until, upon and although, not only only ;offervou the cordial thanks of the Superinten-
without the charge of mutilation; but even det, Proiessors, andTieachers of the Military Ae-
with the credit of having improved his style. ademy, and more especially of this youthlul corps,
Let us see, take "till," is not this as good with the sincere assurance that the citizens of Bos-.
as until ? it looks as well, it sounds as well, ton shall never have occasion to reflect that their
and means the same, and consequently Is aseen misplace .
good, and even better; and so of the rest, if As the Standard Bearers approached tne
'we except..the cases, perhaps one in fifty, in c eorps, they were received by the usual sa-
which dpoistnay be supposed to differ a little lute ; soon after .the Cadets left. the field,
in its import from on, and to be preferable. with their colours flying, deposited them
It is true that in poetry we". sometimes want and. their arms in their encampment, and
mere expletives, words to fill space and mea. soon after returned, with side arms, to form
sure, where meaning may be dispensed with ; in the procession to Faneuil Hall, to partake
but this is quite unprofitable in sober, literary, of. the collation there provided. The bat-
scientific prose. talon of flankers formed the escort; the
We cannot think that American literature Soul of the Soldiery, doing camp duty for the
will-derive any credit by adopting the anom- Cadets during their absence. The Collation
alies and caprices of even the Scottish capi- was bountiful, and served up in thebest style
tal. It is, if we mistake 'not, to the same.; of the provider, Mr. SMITH. More than 700
source that we are indebted for an exotic persons sat down at the tables, and tie re.
phrase which-is becoming quite frequent in freshmen was enlivened by martial airs from
our periodical publications, newspapers, and the bands of the two battalions.
pulpits,, "in so far as." Now the difficulty ,Tle engagements of the Commander in
with us is to find any difference between Chief would not admit of his partaking of
these four words arid the three last only, and the Collation, but before he left the field, he
thus to form a plea for using the.in, unless it passed the battalion of flankers in review.
beto take up the time of the writer,, printer, Atter the refreshment, the following toasts
reader, and hearer without paying either any were given:-
thihg for it; and whether this ought to be re- i e theChaaivman of the Board of Selectmen-
ceived asaood plea or not for thus tax n The President of the United States
Sss oo pea or not thus t oi ae rth-The Civil and Military Chief
ourseves merely because Dugald Stewart and .f ie Commonwealth of Massachsett-.ne of
some oilier great men of his country are wil- the Heroes who nobly conosiunnited int the field,-
iog' .n should sio ift we-leavte the public to that which Sages plan;n-i in Fa-neuii Hail.
consid r and determine. S. T. and M. B.y -Mr. Smui- ge.= e'S adts
-TNT. If tis intovaionis suffered' to go the rond:to science leIds to glory."
r i--' ,-v t '--. s- ,- <- o o B Jir. ahited Biaxter-Our .runtry, it ton
11k-l tia-tt in"

the N4 A R'ev, suite ibs Ct' &.h U WVtlI.ll
it will, in all probability, be imitated by half
the young printers in the Union, supposing it
to be an improvement in their art.

BOSTON;' uSM t 14, 1821.
On Satur -the ceremony of the presen-
tation of. t.' Stand of Colours voted by the
town, to place agreeably to the arrange-
ont n nced m our last paper. The day,
thour sultry, was fine, and the ceremony
.; satisfactory to the -spectators. which
-Vraced almost the entire population of this
4 the neighboring towns. The battalion of
/'j.k companies, under Capt. Bazsama, made I
s bsiry soldier-like appearance, and Ihe escort
5 camp duties were discharged with veteran
tectness. Tile Selecttlan, with the Colours, i
(irne by the Police Officer) and the Execu-
%e) Legislative, Judicial, and Municipal At- i
cities, officers of, the U. S. Army and Na-
and citizens invited to be spectators of the
;ene, were escorted from the State-House
o the enclosed area on the Common, by the i
Lbove battalion, which then formed in lateral I
line 9n the field. The National Cadets then
marched into the area and formed in line in
'front of the Municipal Authorities, &c. and
paid a standing salute. Major Wornu, and
his officers, advanced, and were intro.
duced to the Chairman of the Selectmen.-
The officers, excepting the Major, having
resumed.their posts, aid thd Cadets being in
open order, Mr. WILIAMts, the, Chairman
of the Selectmen, -thus addressed Major
Wot*n t --
Sti-Being called to reflect on the institutions
of ot4 country, we find much reason to rejoice
that 'ur origin was-at a period in which the arts
which nontribateto.thCe welfare ofa nation, were in
generAl well understood and rightly appreciated.
With the history of other nations, as lessons of
experience ancd wisdom, our fathers devised the .
governmentt, framined the laws, formedand endowed
the institnrtionsawhich have fbri ny.ars not mere-
Sy upheld our iaioi-n -in7l-d estic trAuinqui-ri-y ana
.happiness, but shed a lustre on our history at home
and abroad, in peace and in war, cheering to our
thnIglts-bearing joy and' consolation to the
Resides and bosoms eflevery friend of his country.
', monorgotiher. I'ntitntions of our govern-ment, in
which we have a pleasttre and a national pride, is
thaofpuhlie s0hbTs for the edcatio of oour youtli
-in military ind naval tactics'; and of these, none is
held more highly in out, estimation, thnn the one
which has at this time done us the honor of a visit,
and of which you, Sr, are one of the much re-
spected Instructors. With the thought that our :
national glory, in arms, may hereafter be'confided
to the skill and judgment of some one or rcore of
thesee young gentlemen, we feel q lively interest, an
anxious concern, in the improvement, character
andl honor of every individual under your com-
mand : for while we deprecate a state of wa.r, and -
pray we may be delivered trom ani, hostile attempt i
-vet we ate fully sensible that the true policy of 1
our- government is. and will be-in peace to pre-
pare tbfo war. .-
With this sentiment-with veneration. for tlIe
institutions of our fathiers-with particular and es-
pecial approbation of the Military School under
your charge-s ith sentiments ot Iigh respect tbr
thlo adniimistration of our general government,
which hits,'and I trust will continue to foster and
support this institution, to the honor of our coun-
try-anil in conformity-to the spirit of hospitality
which tle inhabitants of the town of Boston en-
tertain Cowards you and the pupils under your
thlarge---in behalf of these inhabitants, and in their
niane, Ihitvethe honor to present you, and lihrough
you, to athe military Academy at. West Point; this
Slatid of 'nulours. -
[The Colours w-re then presented by the
hsairm in to majorr or hr-.h, and, were by him

To Ca2penters and Masons. ".THIS DAY PUBLISHED,
PI[ROPOSALS will be received until Sa=uid, 9V WI'.LLS & LILLY, :
the 13th day of Augutt instant, for tlnid..<. .. 97,: ourt-street,
;-n(l completing a County Goal House, f-,r ihl. Revkcw of the ADDRESS delivered
County ofStif'Ilk, including keepers Apartinet. ion. .loiiot Q ,\,i, as I'ashidagtoil, on 4th
Court Room and Offices, conformahy toa p! ., and Jtky, IS 21. 1' 25 c-- .
'description thereof, which may be examined .t e ...
office oftliesubscriber, ot th, County Land in L.L- A .-'11 ,:.*ti D' ..- ,"'. preached to the first
vereft-street, where any. further inforinatii ri- bigre-itininnil Siiciitv'. in lF-.tport, on Sunday,
speooling the same may le obtained. Pr,',- i ,'.1r,'" 16". -1 ,. Li .3NoUIL-A' BIOELOW. Price
are tospeciy the lowestsun for finishing theb-tlt- h' i;,. aug 8
ing including all materials. Such proposals, ... -t g
up. tobe delivered to lion. Judge Donnison, n or ide aud Ha n Collection.
before said 18th ist. VIe a nd d olecto.
ALEX'R PARRIS, ArchIec,.'. U1.lSC limF.r, t |- II, o ,tnel and Ilaydn So-
aug 8 4sp e -ieli r,','.,. *. .f., ...4usic, are inform-
S' -- ,-I inbt lielt No." 1 idlumrne second, is now
PUBLIC-LATIN; SCHOOL. i,_le fr1..:; 1 ...-A.eesr-mysono
F-ANDIDATES for adisission to the i,,lir sit I on" t n.,-ie "".nil r",.;.eut-When will thou
) i Lkin School for the ensuing year, will ~.- coW leur.t.,-m-ln .- Is g-ethks unto thee-as it
imin1d on Friday and Satur-ay the 2'4th as in the -egnno... -P= t t-OGis, from the
;iit. Tl'y imust be nine years ofage at le s, .ori -it-la "-- .. rN .Handel.- Gently,
tiletowrite, aRnt to read fluently; they n1111t i,. 0,, Ge-atls-vl eiftr. ti~. vInart. BlestPair
acquainted with the various points and chair..Ote1a 1. S. Snith--n-rd by'Miltpn.
us-td in Ellish.bok -apan4-ahle. to .parseA Enel,'h ,'lrsdicriptioas r r.e-4ed, -.n. i-ti'._ aooikdeli"
GrsmDoar, unless they haveo- kr~n''rlt ai;e.oLain, t i,). Ij UICHAILDSON: k LORD, No 75p
which sIhall be considered as equivalent. Fari',,, Cl.i--hill '
who mtavy send tlhirsons to-this school, are intilorn{- G'-ltev ',llisled, and for sale'- hy R. L.
ed that the reguatiun of the Sehool Committee re- an Anthbi.m, bv'tli- nithr of 1Lord's Day, enti-
quiring eonstait andi punctual attendance, will be tied The ClilSTIAN RR.IGN, being the 7%d
strictly observed. No scholar is allowed to be ab- Psalm, setin a. easy and familiar style; suitable
sent from school except inicases of sickness, or of for ain ordinatio., or other occasional sermice.-
domestic calamity. And any one absenting hi.n- P ice 2 ptier do en. -. auig. 1
self in violation of this rule, forfeits Ilis seat atthe
school. No apology for tatr'diness is ever admitted History 'O ,the United States,
porany one allowed to enter the school after the 'COND di\, corrected d i oved,
recitations have commenced ; it being considered ,with QUIES'TloNS j"rt Phishe, nd-i m ,
i a.less evil t-or anindhividualtole deprivedotllisaseit, ad 'mihe pr.incpqal joo 'lisheders nm Boston.ay
for a halfway tha.n for the exercises to be interiupt- Pre g5 do 75 t sinle asst I
ed by his unseasonable entrance. P 6 .--gl" gi.
Ioston, August 9. eptm B. A. GOULD. The ATHENE-
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. Engislf Magazines, is
'o 4M aga--n est ims-
0 of e Co,,,,hiow is av published
Washington, 14th June, 1821. CIS who ae i-emod for the resent from Corn
.. CA who have rmoedfor'the present from corn-
IrIHE Commissioners, appointed under the hill to Liberty-suare, No. 1. aug
11th article of the Treaty of Amity. Set- ,
tlement,and Limits, between the UnitedStates CHRISTIAN REGISTER.
of America and his Catholic Majesty, con- I HilE regular publieationof the Christian Reg-
eluded at Washington, on the 22d day of Feb. : sister will commence son Friday, Aag. 24U.-
rmary, 1819, to ascertain the full amount and Gentlemen in the conltry who hold s'-ibscriptioi pa-
validity of the claims mentioned, or referred per-s for this work are requested to return thecni
to, in the said Treaty, being organized' as a sound. iher to the Editor, or to Messrs. Cummings
Board, according to" the provisions of the ,& Hilliard. No 1, Corihill. aug
Treaty and the act of Congress in that case PROPOSALS
made and provided, have passed the follow- ro PUBLISING r BY sunscRIPTION, THE
ing Orders; of which, all those interested A F '.
will be pleased to take notice :- L
Ordered, That all persons- having claims or
under the Treaty of Amity, Settlement, and CAPTAIN JAMES WILSON,
Limits, between the United States of Ameri- 07Hcommanded the ship Duff,during the first
ca and his Catholic Majesty, concluhled at W Missionary Voyage,nd at the establisltment
Washington, on the 22d day of February, of the first Mission in the blds of'the Sooth Seas.
1819, which are to be received by this Coi- lJYthe ;v. JOt Ns GitIFFINe of Ports' r'tg
mission, do file a memorial of the same with i is li f el k is one of the ssiost intgraphyes
the Secretary of the Board; to the end, that ywiere to be-found. The subject ofit was bred .
they may be hereafter duly examined, and t s, nt to Indiash ati an early age, was a
the validity and amount thereof decided up- longtime a prisoner to lvdcir.Aly,afterwirds cm -
on, according to the suitable and authentic manded a ship in the country trade, amassed a
testimony concerning the same, which may competent fortune, and retairneri to England a de-
be then required. The said memorial must termmdne inifidel. After a tfew ears he provlden-
be addressed to this Board; must set for'l ally tfell into the company of thie writer of this
particularly and minutely, the various fact lok,-hoasther p-acngasanimilatet
aE.d-cin-rumstances -whence i 0- rij-ht nto pv *..'5-- >.krom tis A in i:.ected prsjusjitance
fer such claim is der ed: a'd muv u .L ... ,.t
fied by-ttre--drawyr 'oti- t c i When the Lonifon .Tissionary Society were fit-
And, iit order that claimants may be in- ting out the ship Duff. with thirty missionaries for
formed of .what'iS now considered-y,- ttiir,.-ap t.Vilso -ifetrei lti
.. ..... .... .u. 4.-ruHIf '. ? ec' derof the.-vsl, otut ap.-

Iiigtanull l r t""e- e, we t'aioyle-lJ."r.v- ...... esma.1,iCu nbCU Ally u.m.-i,. ,-e ... ........ ...
wide, until they embrace the whole world. received by this Board, it is further
By .ir. Jeremiah Fitch.-May the happiness t h laimat sall declare,
of the people be the sole amition of their rulers. nhissid, That each fo imandinbehalofwhoml declare,
By .idge Davis-This interesting interview, finis said memorial, for and in benalfof wh onl r
on which WAs.st-Tos looks co. placently, and the said claim is preferred ; and ui whether the
which isin unison with his last paternal advice to amount thereof, and of every part thereof, if
his country. allowed, does now, and, at the time when the
By W1. H. Sumner, Esq.-Military Discipline, said claim arose, did belong solely and abso.
which gives strength to tue muscles, grace to the lutely to the said claimant, or to any other,
*boly, and energy to the mind. and, if any other, what person. And in cases
Syi George Blake, Esq.-The Military Institu- of claims preferred for the benefit of any
tion of West Poit; Hercules in his infancy what there than the claimant, the memorial to be
may we ot expectfrom the achievements o its ibited ust father set forth, when, why,.
Bpy aHo. ,. Web&ter-Faneuil IHall! The Cra- and by what means, such other has become
die of Liberty !-It never rocked sons of better entitled to the amount, or any part of the a-
promise. mount, of the said claim. The memorial, re-.
By Lt. Cl. Eustis-The Military Academy at quired to be exhibited by all claimants, must
West Point; those vwho, after being rocked in'the also set forth, and certainly declare, whether
(Cradle of Liberty, are educated at the head-quar- the claimant, as well as any other for whose
terms of Washington, can never forget their own 'benefit the claim is preferred, is now,and at the
BoY Capt. ElonBosto, the Sailor's srug Har time when the said claim arose was a citizen of
bour,.and" tIe Soldier's piesant Quarters-,Pros- the United States ofAmerica, where he is now,
perity to it. and at the time the said claim arose was, dom-
By Col, Fenwm-ck-The Cadets of West Paint-- iciliated-and,,if any, what change-of domi-
in peace or war, the' United States rmay depend ciliation has since taken place. The said me-
opon their patriotism and military talents.., moral must also set forth, whether the claim-
By Cadet olmnes-The Town of Boston: we ant, or any other who may have been at any
know it was the first that hoisted the proud Ban- time entitled to the amount claimed, or any
ner if Americati Liberty and .Independence; we art thereof, hath ever received any, aid, if
believe it will be the last to desert it. he," ve c, v-dan,nd -
VOLiUNTERS-The memory of a nativd of any, whatsum of matey, or other equivalent
Boston; the founder Sand patron of the West Point or indemnification, for the loss or injury sus-
Academy-the man of science and patriotism, tamed, satisfactin fore which is therein asked.
The Ctizen Sailor and Soldier;-cray thsy And that time may be allowed to claim-
unite the talents which nature gave them, tfor the ants, to prepare and file the memorials above
preservation of Union, and prosperity in our Na- mentioned ; it is further
tion. Ordered, that when this Board shall ad- -
Those who in early life, have left the home of pa- Or de-day, it will adjourn to meet again on
rental tendernesstodevote themselvesard the the 10th dayv of September next, at which time
Science in arts and arms-not forgetting good it will proceedto decide whether ay memo- .
morals-all which are successfully cultivated at rials which may have been tiled with the See.
the West Point Academy. retary, in pursuance of the above orders, shall
The memory of Gen. WAitrEN-Whilst the be received for examination.
eternal Hills remain on their bases, Bunker shall Ordered, 'That a copy of these proceed
commemorate his memory; ings be published by the Secretary of this
Thre fair daughters of Columbia-may they ine- Board, in all the public Gazettes in which the
e give the hand, nor yield the heart, to any but laws of the United States are usually printed."
"e .. B- ,- ,.ly l otheUnited Statesare. usually e. -
Acd--- my. fr. Y g. a- -i e-. Secretary to the CVommnission, under, tae
Academy for Young Ladies. ith article of the Florida Treuty.-
IN CHARLESTOWN, (Mass.) June 20 tS10

MISS TUTTLE & MISS SMITH, inha oollen Manufactory
iROPOSE to commence a School for youig ;Th 7 Inhain Woolleu Ma factory
Ladies and isses. in Charlestown, on thi Real tae sis selling House
first Monkday of April next. JIBReIFstte coisists of a lling House,
rst Moday o April next. one story hi h with 7 rooms on the floor,; the
TERMS PER QUARnTER, Factory, 70 feet long by 30 feet wide, 21 stories
Reading, Writing, Spelling, Geography, and high,, a Store, 30 by 15 feet, 1, story; a tiLye
plain Sewing, S4 House, 20 by 20 feet; a Kiln for drying Corn,
English Grammar, Arithmetic, atnCompo- where 127 bushels may be dried every 24 hours; a'
sition, 6 Wharf about 40 feet long, and about two acres of
H'istor, Rhetoric, and Drawing Maps, 8 The Machinery, e. consists of 1 double and 5
Logic,'Chemistry, the Latin arid French I an- single Carding MI:tcines ; Pickser; 2 Jennies
guages, -- 10 an ri I Roping Machine; 5 broaldand single
SLooms; 1 broad and I single Shearing Machine;
Reference may may be had to Press, with plates, &c.; 2 copper and I iron Ket-
STEVENS HIAYWAnn, Esq. Charlestown, tie; a Vat, for eoatoring Indigo blue ; Fulling
or Dr. AnExtm Piutarts, Boston. Stocks; Dye Cotter ; 3 iron Stoves ; Warping
i Applidction for admission into the School, may, Mill ani Bars, ke. ic.
be left with either of the above named Gentkmen This establishment is situated on title water,
march 3 tf where vessels of 8 feet draught may come at com-
mon tides.
EMPLO IME.AVT WdTJV TED. The business of Carding Wool and Dressing
A YOUNG Main, who has a partial knowledge of Cloth is now carried on at this police, and may be
Book-keeping, and writes a fiir hand is desi- continued without interlerence, with many other
rousof a situation as Clerk in a Store or Ctounting kinds of business, for which the situation is well
House; or would engage to. perform any kind of calculated. It is said that an extensive Tannery
writing for a reasonable -compensation. Good re- might be carried on here to great advantage.
commendations can be given. A line to M.P. may The Buildings are all- in good repair, and the
be leftat theCentinel Counting Room. aug 4 place will be sold very )low, considering the many
W. TED TlO HIRr advantages it unites for business of various kinds.
WArTED TO HIRE, Fr further particulars, inquire of MlARTIN
7TE1WO Jourseymeu Bakers. Good recommen- it CLN p or Jt ROM i USHING, qinh nam,
dtionswill reir. Apply t the Cent or THOAS'THAXTER, Brolter,State-street,
pel Counting Room. aug Boston. 8w July 11

to lr.i.nt.c the kingil010h be t-,ii "_u"
the voyage with great ability ; left the missiona-
ries at three different stations; aided the mission
faiurils be hIs paternal counsels ; aid, after his rt-
trnt, insisted in tile compilation of an aceounrt of
tie vorage. which broght T'.o T7T/oand Posunds,
as clear profits into the treasury of the Society.
Numerous incidents, in the life of this extraordi-
nary nan, are worthy of the perusal of all ; especi-
ally is the acconut of his conversion calculated to
be emitiently useful.
Tlen volume will be printed int) dodecimn size,
on fine paper, and delivered to subscribers at 75
cents in boards, or bound at S7j cents.
Persons subscribing for five copies, or becoming
responsible for them, will be entitled to a sixth copy
Subscriptions received for this work by IsAAc
Bowitas, No. 14, Newburv-street by whorn thie
Book will be published, anid at tihe Bookstore of
MuMION1E FRiANCse. tf June 20

Fire Engine Manufactory,
rTHE subscribers beg leave to inform the iiblic,
that they ir,'iave purchased thle Stock and Pat-
ent Right of Per-kins U Bacon, for carrying on
th.'abave business, and have taken the stand lier'e-
totore oecnuied by them. back df St. James'
Church, N rth Seventh-street, where they will
he happy to receive andl execute orders for any
Mlchiney ii their hile, an d pledge themselves
that it shall be executed from the biest of materials,
'and 'is.a workmran-like masnmer--dliey hav also
come to a determination .,O--r-ience of.the
fall ofMaterias. to reducn-- ilm i Ire p., and will
;buid lDomestlc Eangsi-s, l i, t,-, alI plunges and
Boxes, for watering Gardens, washing WI'intlows,
&oe and which will forc' the water, by the power
of one man, 80 fhet, on two wheels, to play through
hose pipe, fbr -. &4
Or to play through a goose-neck, 47
Large sized do. fl-r ftatories and ships, 75
Second class Village Engines. which wil play
over a five story house, anti no'equiring more 75
than eight men to- work themto, fr 2
First class do. throwing larger st-ream,hcld-
ing more water, andI requ;Tning ten menr, 252
Engines to exceed those of'tlr. doublecham-
ber- (Itsuasll .cmd-ficst class) in power and
11 W'a.5rT ujty fron two plipes at once, )hen 7
w dnt-d .- ----- ---- ..... 600
"-Second telanss do. bt little inferior in distance
and size ot nosel, 50
The largest sized Engines yet in use, w, l
discinrge upwards ot a ton of iater per rmni-
ute, aid project it mre than one hundred and
nine) feet, through osel nearly an inch, 950
Ist, and extra class, warranted equal in every res-
pect to those made at .any other manutnctory, at
00 dollarsllars,85 dollars, and 1050 dollars-50d ol-
tars additional being changed when made to play
two strea.ms.
Enginesr-s the old English construction repair-
ed and hiisroisiel so as to play further and easier
than 'hen new.
S-.pply Pumps, to force water through hose into
lagmines, with Levers on anew construction, work.
ed with ease by two men.
Progressive Lever Seal Presses, ftor Notaries and
Public Offices. S. V. MIERRICK Cs CO.
Philadelphia, June 9 ep8W

-NOTICE is hereby given, that tile
i subscriber bas been (duly appointed mainiis-
trator,with tle will annexed, of tlie estate it
late of.Enst Sudbryv, in ithe county of Middlesex,
gentlem.ni, deceased, testate, and lhas tken upon
lsimself that trust by giving bonds as the law di-
rects: As pels'onas hving demands upon the s-s-
tate afthe said deceased, are uenuires to exhibit
tile same ; and all persons iIndebte to thei said es-
tate, are called upon to nake pavmen to
WVILLIAM JOHNSON, 2d. ,'dni'r.
East Sdbuely,Jitle -6, 1821,



1370 gallons proof Whiskey ; 110 bushels Beans
1760 pounds good hard Soup
-. 60 do. good hardl.Tallow Candles _
& Lu.lciI SiL, .-tgaJilo ,is groud'Vegar

At Green Bay.
480 barrels Pork; 1u00 do. frie Flour
5480 ga;lou: proof Whiskey ; 440 bushels Beans
7040 ounds good haisrd Soap
2640 ldo. good bard Tallow Candles
112 bushels Salt; 1760 gallons good Vinegar
One-half on thIe Ist day of June, 1822.
Aid the remainder on the 1st day of October, 182-2.
At Mackinaw.
60 barrels Pork-; .25 do. fine Flour
615 gallons proof Whiskey; 55 bushels Beans
880 pounds good hard Soap
330 do. good hard Tallow Candles
14 bushels Salt; 220 gallons good Vinegar
One-half on the 1st t (y ot'June, 18 22;
And theremainder on'lthe 1st Jl-y ot October, 1822.
At Detroit.
60 barrels Pork ; 125 do. fine Flour
685 gallons proof Whiske) ; 55 bushels Beans
880 pounds good hard Sorap
330 do. gi.od hard Tallow Candles
14 bushels Salt; 220 galltuns Vinegar
One-half on the :ft day of J.limr, 1822
And the remainder on tie 1st lday of October, 1822.
At A iagara.
60 barrels Pork ; 125 ilo. fine Flour
685 gallons proof Whiskey ; 55 bushel Beans
880 pounds good hard Soap
380 do. good hard Tallow'Candles
14 bushels Salt; 2120 gallons good VYnegar
One-fiurth oni thie I1st day of Juie, 189 ;
One-fourtlh on the 1st (lay ot 'Sptenmbcur, 1822 ;
One-fiourth oni the 1st day of December,18-22 ;
And the remainder on the tst day of March, 1823
JAt Sackett's Harbor.
600 barrels Porkf; 1250 do. flie Floutr
6850 gallons proof Whiskey ; 550 bushels Beans
8800 pounds good hard Soap
33100 do. gooi hard Tallow Candles
140 bushels Salt; 2200 gallons good Vinegar
One-fourth on the st day oa Junei, 1822;
One-fourth on the 1st day of Sep,.ember, 1822;
One-louith on the ist day of December, 1822;
And the remainder on thle sat day of March, 1823.
At Piattsburg.
60 barrels PFork- i., ,. .1.' Fifmi _
685 gallons proof Whiskey; 5 nn
880 piureds good iuardil Soap
'30 do. good hard Tallow Candles
,30 omtl.flooIr Vinegar; o14 bushels Salt
One-fourth on the 1st day otel ,
One-lburtli on the Ist day ot Decemiber, 1822;
And the remaindrr oi lthe 1st day of March, 1823.
At WVatervliet.
60 barrels Pork ; 125 do. fine Flour
685 gaonsto p roof Whiskey ; 55 bushels Beans
0so pounds good hard Scap
30 pounds good hard Tallow Candles
14 biushlcis ,alLt 2"20 grilons good Viinegar
O c-fonurth on the Ist daiy of June, 1822;
One-fourlth on ithe tst day of September, 18 22 ;
One-lourth on thie 1st day of December, 1822;
And the remainder on t!me lt day of Alarch, 1823.
A.t Boston.
300 barrels Boston No. I Pork, full hooped
625 do, fine Flourt
5500 gallons proof Whiskey ; 275 bushels fieans
414U0 potuuls ggod hard Soap
1650 pounds good hard Tallow Candles
70 liuhels Salt; 12o0 gillnis Vinegarr
One-folirthl on the Ist da) o'f June, t182 ;
Onc-lourth on the Ist day of September, 18-2 ;
Onue fourth on the Ist day of December, 18212;
And the remainder on tue 1st day of March, 1823.
SAt V'ew-York.
360 barrels Nes -York Mess I'drk
750 do. fine Flour
41 t10 gallons proof Whiskey; 330 bushels Beans
5280 pounds good iard Sos.i l
1980 ipoundis good ha-il [Tallow Candles
84 bushels Salt; 1:20 gallons good Vinegar
One-foburth on the 1st day of J.une, 1822;
Oc-Bfoirtli itha lie ist )ry of September, 1 S2- ;
One-.thurthi on the at lday of Doceniber, 1S-22.
And thie r-maiuder aoil ttie I dayof MsNrch, 1823

1370 gallons proof whiskey; 110 bushels beans
1760 pounds good hard soap
660 do. ldo. do. tallow candles
28 bushels salt ; 440 gallosis good vinegar
One-fourth on the first day ot-June, 1822;
One-fourth on the first day of September, 1822-
One-fourth on the first day of December, 1822;
Aid tl4e remainder on the first da) 8f fMarch,l1 82-
Jt Pittsburg, Pa.
60 barrels pork;. 125 do. fine flour
685 g'al;ons whiskey ; 55 bushels beans
880 pounds good hard soap
3.30 do, do.. tallow candles
14 bushels salt; 220 gallons good vinegar
One-fourth on the first day of June, 182 e;
One-fourth on the first day of September,3822;
One-fourdi one the first day of December, 1822;
And the ren.ainder on the first day of Mlarcli, 1823.
It is understood that the pork to be contracted
for, (except at thie 'depots oif Boston, New York,
Philadelphia a.d Baltimore, where the q oliIerwisie designated,) is to consist of an entire
hog to the barreliakeweept feet, legs, ears and snout,
wlchsh are inadJmiissiblc,) and should the hog be of
* less weight than two hundred pounds, the deficien-
cy is to be made up with good fat side pieces.
The pork, beans, flour, whiskey, salt and vine-
gar, musa be delivered in strong aid secure barrels,
antd the soap aiA candles in strong aind secure box-
es, of a convenient size for transportation.
The pork, whiskey, vinegar and flour, in seasoh-
'ued heart of white oak barrels-i-the pork ia barrels
full hooped.
The provisions are to be inspected at the time
of delivery, and the contractor to be ablee fbr the
expense of inspecting and all othie, expenses until
they are safely delivered at. such store houses as
may be designated by tihe United St:tes Agent.
Thl' privilege is reserved to the United Stales
of eiereasing or dinminiisling the quantities to be
dIliveredi, uie third on giving sixty days previous
The privisious to be delivered at Council Bluffs,
Port Armstrong, Prairie du ilhien, and St. Peters,
must pass St. Louis to tnieir ultimate destination,
by 'the 15th April, 1822, and if contracted for

failure intis particular will be considered-aibreach
of c,nltract, and the Department will beauthorised
to purchase to supply lie dleficiency .
The nuaittces to be contracted tor at Council
Chien, St. Peter's and hicago, will depend oni the
u ops aL these' posts; Ithe power therefore is reserv-
ved to the Commissary Genct al of Subsistence, to
reduce the quanthiies at any time before entering
into a contract ; and this privilege is reserved, in-
depeundlot uf the privilege of reducing one third,
on giving 60 days notice flter contractig.
fmyment in all cases will be made only on iag
speetlon and delivery.
It is desi.ale that persons making proposal#,
who are unknown to this Department shall give
respectable refereUes. It is also desirable that
All proposals made be sealed in a separate eihvel-
oue, andl marked," Proposals for furnishing army
Persons making bids for New Orleans, Baton
Rouge, Natchitoches. (Red River,) Fort Smith,
(Arkansas;) Councill Bluffs, the posts on the Up-
per Mississippi, Detroit, Mackinaw, Green Bay
and Chicago, will make two setts of proposals; one
predicated on being paid in We-uern funds,and
the other on receiving payment in dralts on the
Department at Wasnington, or some Atlantic city
Commissary General of Su6sistence.
august 8 2n.4p -
NEW Chaises and Harness complete, built
of good r.aterials, and in the most filithful
manner, are offered for sale, at very moderate pri-
ces for cash, or approved credit. To view rhe
Chaises, apply to NATHAN WATSONt, poxbu-
ry-street. 9sp July 21

No. 3897)


Office of the Commissary General of
Washangton, 1st Jug. 1821.
SEPARIATE proposals.will be received at this
ofliec uir.ti the 15th day of October next, for
the supply of provisions for' the use of the troops
of the United States, to be delivered in bulk, upon
inspection, as follows:-
I att JVew-Orleans.
s90i barrels Pork; W875 do. fine Flour
10,500 gallons prnitif Whiskey ; 825 bushelsBeaus
13,200 pounds good liard Soap
4950 pounds giod hard Tallow Candles
210 bushels' alt; 3600 gallons good Vinegar
Onefourith on the srst day of June, 1822.
One-fo urth on the firstiy yof September, 1822.
One-bfourtli on tie first dav ot 1)euember, 1822.'
And the remainder on the first of March, 1823.
At Baton Rouge,
600 barrels of PIork; 1250 do. fine Flour
7000. gallons proof Whiskey ; 550 bushels Beans
8800 pounds gooodhard'Soap -
3300 do. good huardst '.iilu. C.il,-.--- .
u l-t...slies Salt; 2 .40"1 IPo,', .' 1 \,nagjr
Ore-fo u ii. on the firitl ia onl .1 ne, 18'r .
O .'--..ur-ll. (.I l, c fi, i i t .1 I .t .l ii.nb.r, 18'.-
iOne-fourth on the first dlay; of Decemliber, 16'J.
And the remainder on tlsefirst dlay of 'Mafii, 1823.
.t Natchitoches.
300 barrels Poik;. 625 do. fine Fllour
3500 gallons proof Whiskey; ,275 bushels Beans
4400 pounds good hard Soap
1650 pounds good hard Tallow Candles
70 bushels Salt ; 1210 gallons good Vinegar.
ii)ne-tfoiri on the firsl diy.y of June, 1822.'
One-fourth on the firstday of September, 1822.
One-foiu-thi on the first day ot Deceinber, 1822..
And the renainlnder on the first oay of March, 1823.
t Fort Smilh, -rkansas.
300 barrels Pork; 625 do. fine Flour .
3500 gallons proof .Whiskey ;- 275 busihels Beans
4400 pounds good hard Soanu
165') pouuds good hard Tallksw Candles
1%00 gallois good Vinegar ; 70 bushel of Salt
One-half on the first day .of June, 181. .
And the remainder on the first day it Dec. 1822,
At Council Bluffs, Missouri.
600 barrels ork; 1250 U do. fine Flour
7000 gallons proof Whiskey ; 550 bushels Beans
8800 pounds good hard Soap .
33(10 do. good hard Taliow% Candies
140 bushels Salt; 24CO0 gallons good Vinegar
The whole on the 15thStof June, 182s2.
Jt Fort Armstrong, ,1fissispp.
60i barrel Pork ; 125 dlo. fine FloIiur
685 gallons proof Whiskey ; 55 bushels Beans
88u pounds good hard Soup o
530 do. gond haid Trflow Candles
14 bushels Salt; 240 gallons good Vinegar
The whole on the. 1th of May, 1S2.
At Praire dit Chien, dlfississiti.
120 barrels Polks; 250) do. fine.Flour s
1370 gallons proof Whiskey; 110 bushels Beans
1760 pounds good hard Soap
660 do. good hiard tallow Candles
I8 bushels Salt ; 240 gallons good Vinegar.
The whole on the first day of June, 1822.
At St. Peters, Mississippi.
420 barrels Pork; S875 do. fine Fluur
4795 gallons proof Whlishey- 85 bushels Beans
6160 puuds good hard Soap .
2311) do. good hard Taliow Candles
1540 gallons good Vmiegar ; 98 bushels Salt
The whole on tIhie 15ihl day otf Juoi, 182. -
itC outheiof l.ak ftchigtm.

Vtsan iieefsvi(A v: e' Di

wo mmoom

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At Fort Mifflin.
60 barrels of Philadelphia prime Pork
125 do. fine Flour .
685 gallons-Proof Whiskey; 55 bushels Beans
880 pounds good hard Soap
350 do. good hard Tallow Candles
14 bushels Salt; 220-gallons good Vinegit
One-fourth on the Ist day of June, 182Y2;
One-fourth o the st day of September, 18-2;
One-fourtI ona tile ast day of December, 1822
And the rentainder on th 1Ist day Marhe, 182$.-:
JAt Baltim.ore. .
120 barrel of Baltimore prime pork
250 do. fine flour; 1870 gahons proof whisker
28 bushels sait; 110 bushels beans .
.1760 pounds good hard soapi
660 do do do. tallow candles
440 gallons do. vinegar
One-fourth on thie first UJ 3 of June, 1822;
One-fourth on the first day of September, 182;
0 .'-..- ui. i ,on dlie f-,it '-,% -:. D -ern.be:, "IS.'
Ainthe rctmiiitldetcon lheI hir' day ol Mairch, ISt82 ,
.9t. Furl JA'aIstn-ton.
l F(.bsrretls ork f'5" d-:, line foinr s
6 ll .s t ui".bl!imkeU .i ut.ihels heants
3 1.) ', do. J. iilms'w-i.enisdles
h-,,h. l3 sli ; .20 go hi..,. 'o..d vnegri
O e.-trlu ifl, on UIe n.es. day ol Jk.ne, i8 r, -
O-u..,,e-f .rh ca ,te ,.r-l day o: S plent.ti,. l82
One-lourth on thefirstdayo 1 Docen.ber, 1.2;
And the remainder on the ast day of March, 182.
At Jorfolk.
180 barrels pork; 375 do. fipe flour
2055 gallons proof whiskey .
S15.bu siels beans
2640 pound god ob hard soap
9U0 'do. do. do. tallow candles
42 bushels salt; 660 igalons good vinegar
Oue-fourlh, on thle first d.iy eJune, 1822;
One' fnor-th on the first dahv of September, 1822
One-fourti- on the first dily of December, 1822
An the remaiirderon the first day of Maraes, 1823.
2 '.At "Chaleston, S. C.
120 barrels pork.; 250'do. fine flour
1370 gallons proof whiskey.; 110 bushels beans
1760 pounds good hard soap
6Ws .do, do. tallowv candles
28 bushels of salt. 440 gallons good.vinegar
Oiie-fouirtb oh the first (day.o'Juiie, 18'2 ar
On-- thurth on- the firs day f September, 1822,
One-four-ti on the first day ofbecemnber. 1822;
And thel remailidereon the tst day of Mlareh, 1823.
At Savannah.
60 barrels pork; 125 l..aI ei, fine flour
685 gallons proof whisk ; 5 busiiels bean,
880 pounds good hard soap "
330 do. do. do. tallow candles
14 bushels sailt; .' ,llor,,, oe.-.. vinegar
Onie-fourtih on the.first day of June, 182
One-fourth on ite. first' dy of September, 1822
Oile-fourth on tht fir-st day otf December 18N2 ;
And the remainder t,n the lstIday of March, 1823.
At JAugusta, Geo. -
60 b-rrels porki ; 25 do. fine flour
68.5 gallons proof whiskey; 55 bushels beans
880 pounds good hard soap,
330 do. do. do. tallow ciansle's "
14 bushels salt; 2 't0 gailors good linega.:
One-fourth on trie first day of-June, 1812;
One-fourth on the first day ol' S.-pte'mlber, 1822
One-fourtlh on the first day of Dcemibr, 18212;
Ad tli-te rentainder on the .st day of'Ma.irchI1823
It Fernmandina, mnelia Island.
60 .barrels pork; j225 so. fine fl;,ur
685 gaillnis proof whiskey 5n h; 5 h5li. ntea-.i.-.
88U t>.unds good liard soap "
-. do. tahllwe-A

)ne-fourth an the first day of Septene, r 1822
otne-tfomthi on tie first day of Septemiber, t8222.
Oue-hi-utli.-o tile St'a. dty ot")Deemnlernl tr.8'2-f'
5W b ,'t,-iam ao, -.- smite.ur,"

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m trhe..Vational Gazette. nificent lnscapeP; at this place you hatk-.Ur -'h m l e-; t-,, -__A.r I, l .ur,,I,,,,we lnr b" f th aul itl n color. I cise had a pleasie,(lt Ii gri -ng efect 0 the whole mass o-"the he, Mtt C. Smith.
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a common theme o0decmati.)n against w crFrazer fll. A TRAVELL mK of sanctioning tlhe laws, aind t dere the ---- compactness and precision with which they A 1 Cmih.
,.mong the British writers. Yet itis difficult. powers of the Regency. To thc Cnres it u.,,,.i ,S,,,/,t.- t appears bythe news- perform their infantry exercises. o tACAil SmL LB l <1 *
t o s e e t h e f o u ri d a ti~ n o f t h e r e p r o a c h T h e -- .. .. 7 .", p l^V Vi k ew i s e b e l o n .e s el os i v e l y r ,,- e o f -' i- ": f r. m ? n o r t h ", r d s o in th t h a t w hl e Y e s t e r d y a t a n e a r l y h o u r t h e C a d et s le f t 0 L DI E L S I I IL.^ Ei t cd e s ; h l gree?
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ingly slender in proportion to the resources .... TU..ru.. CO.NS. TITITIyay rpnceey h'desos, an cannd comme .ce xt r 01. a and a-r I ..Ii- tI.ynenerable Jo a rk A nAosf. at Qu ine iW eietotiet eheiri me t illa l '
aed ofi i w thd ult te la e e UE NT recurrend, ace is ha s t refse peTmission for ] reign ops to n:,l, to noill, the ,lh.b, s of tlle rhecorps. h.,hlc.,.lifum a.- n Neponl M-onam hSt" N.Aunstc I s ,et
.edfrom u ta l ann hieif1 lately adop tedba the ortc uoguese. l.tes. co ,,t fo letei i : I I.th Co ot; 1- low men. Scarcely a aitreach u bt;The d venerable Lo.lre.dent...1 tem e a throe1 Lh s'fei 1dlatelybe-
Those ".ambitions day dreams". martial le- We ^" d no recolLee tliat anaeccur tee^^ransla 1 '*.iest l-l, they- h:,ll exrts th,.- ,.thee '.v have, accounts of a pursuit'by .he inhab- cordlal welcome in an address of several rai- attention. :',:arit in ; ', fc-...,da-_ ,~ ,,, by
sigCns and hopes, declared to be national, are v -e drot resoleci t!-at ca c c atei o1 .nfi-r. .rant.ed thiem. b- the 1o1.h1.mi.n.- intsof Georgia, North-Carolina, &c. against utes. The breakfast was ample and appro- thcolc U,.c Sbolargen,..,.,.r,. l;..,t se li n-
oddly exemplifiedin the extent of ourmartial ion of the I nstrument has beendpublished3. Jcne th..m of -e n iarnt,,;rans. t blacks, who are becoming as dangerous prate; andalarge number of ladies and genpo- the L iH respet""!i., p,,esents er
array, in some of our legislative schemes, and hwele and therefore have copie i fro a c.ose. by thd CorliOo, amo ni ir ,,',ln tc. the safety of the inhabitants of the south tlamet ae r e present on the occasion eanksto- t -.lil .is r Ts, Este ne Cvr -aniYs, a'd
in the rapid multiplication of our peace hso- late forei n paper. It sententious! ande numbers, o s hall remain in thth.pl, o n here o rn States as the banditti of .,the iouf trains On their retwirn home, thney rea ed the citizcIon, ny wt o sh extraoryII a, Enin. suc.ess. l
ieties. Because a westerYn member of Opn- great principles are evidently copied fIonn f they meetfor teie purpose Il cun,,eind Core er to the peopleAon Italy, ome, te. We seat of BAnth r SurnH, Esq.yin Milton, about txertiohs agreatyos etorin of er property esI .
.ress talks ofacclt'iringCubyind theKennadd the AmericanfConstitutios: Andsif the Por- the etraordinar in the cases spicn.fin t-he s uld i ot be spei -prized to ear, before the one o'clock, and,r te w er e again introduced to a protected rom cotigiA-onsfire on Mondayer sist.
atoeid crowds assemble, ad sqggs areh indited -lughese ar worth of Libelr tw :- Constittion, and to execut the ,,th.r funce- Il ,se of many years, the seizure of some of brilliant circle of Ladies, and .numerous citi- SAMUELAIART returns, thanks to l the
atrthe launch of a 74 gur-ship, the Englishib e s et '^* tlions which it shidl alnign to t-e.-n.-31. *The, our southern planters, and lurge sums de- zens of this town, and the adjacent country, gein.hmcn Firewards,lngine men, and IM .w eat-
politicafitakes the alarm a nd fancies us-a T e i T e, une rs h nsaI King's person'is inviolab'le His Mlnkilers minded for. thii ranson ,- Vew.-York Daily t he Collation abounded with every delicacy, iz ns, for their prompt n ..r great exertiois in sa-
a en of Romans in military appetite, when, wisey all nbe teredtoe nu ieonse and are respo sible for t e inbbtervante of tie d vertier and was partaken of in an ample bower erect. vng hspper.., t, ,.. i 1I it. "
in fact, w alie scarcely disposed to maintain :poely, am ti' ta liine s. n laws, particularly for all acts a st.:h, lib- .. ed in front of the Mansion-house It was cal- F .I oU T
ghe. ordinary public defenses. rpoopeey, and the purs oft happess.. ertysecity and property of he nens, BOSTON, Wednesday i glsl 15. ulate eJopany, exclusive of the adets, .is
PO thein, id Nal ItsTo CiTTIens. ndforthe dlapidaionorirp u e, The r e. in camt about 7 o'clock, and fth *9lte.h inst. >l een ire r, maflenvli fever,
*dr ow C the. ua ra. aiemCnly l Constinution ofthe isortn- ha iEyoprt of the property of th, e State-.3 PLO 3 AT RIO JANEIRO. .speakbght of heeho iafl fte etlvi.a n a nma? ,,I..l t, .rt-Ju r ,i
.e Bitish pipe's speak o s.o con- gus Nation ought to secure to every citi At te cmmnceme re, p ,r St. Salvador reced in Balti ied sp arket-space.nd n, e.
Sbjectis to convertth Rgf isA to ti e .- L.Lertly consists in the faculty f Kingand he Ioy., F-n l, he n.* aun rfeust a ion of a plan of the Governor 1f R1o extremely faiiriJet fom ter,,.-On M..I*nd,- eI S r it* thl Lght
duce*rse.^. ie .rced, dl es,. This ciwnot, dor^ wl.*,^ law does nrot pr-ohibit. The which shll be a.nnu.*illy pand ino h e I. de Jaerai overturn, the existing Constifu- treme ardit^^o he'weater -.,4 Inlai.luy Compa.r) o' II.iwlow .BH;s, ,,nani.
ha t.u, as lled, because Itrem gon' ht preservrio, ot thil _enty ;depends on th) .6 n e i oi a..,, and to establishI.depen- .t ritho1 e i A sL Anori
T ed.A .diesD.,1 ,lBl;.- f r o/.r, e--lhey exct otervance of thie kiws.-8. Personal 1,T ere sllbea a n.:lou:..1 miw,,ju,.K
*,u-il, 1.\(ttli.;ir, be hatrIlbbylgeeh.n,.,, security consists in the protection which Gov- Phos I of Mem es o"posedby.t ou~crt 5 hePi whom the King had left as .his thereaynga vistt .ae eue h Emtign. ** .
..r re.-re r:r...,.,,wl,,,'l lie liberal G8 mins ernumerst ought to give to ,every Citizen for te frme eitab hd ty t e L nt iuof. tx4s Viceroly, was imprisoned; when the Govern- take uptheir line of march on their retu i,tno 1 .e.;B.-stron Liglit l,,r .ntr} unarnimously
.ay,,-.. .' t r, o S irom the lr in- the preservation of his-personal rights.-4. he implosion n 1 .orwasarrestedb ytheRoalstsandshpped es oi We re lced I. Plrri Ki o. jun.Cp-
f:ipcy;w!,m-h m pans education or formation one ought to be arrested except on a s excsvey wi p off to Europe. The packthe was shipped aket e v wi t re an o T
"f .bi' ; g..r i is meant by the per- regular accusation.-5. Those cases are ex- te.,,, he aorti anment ofthelrectt in arrived at St. Salvador tlie day the Baltit h talit ot p rI tso Esq. Le. therant.
son "gv"e s ch proof as ca" ot be doubted, cept ed which the Constitution determines; sllha bes e naoportPon to the tean 0l., h -more vesse) sail ed.; theIt Azens.w.ere.so ,,,t.t l
{br profe .>onrsQ. .rom aes, or'oatll, wut bntt, even in these, the Judge shall thin n T o no r ti was anticipated esidng in Staford a-manby
I h re; nd t eref re h ve co iede 1 e3 empAlj ted, c ri'o th s m.;-J f -e% 5..Ti e CnJ;j .jth,_ .ccs.-, vh a. .....ecom ing .....is da g rous pr -ate s; a rid pa.lar e .num b er fa diesee a. .d hegen-ol:'TA .L N Ulan, who spet ttolesnAent shma rre

^dL^ ^ c^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -S ako tla2? :,nenrm rtgtecas ft ''p"" .. wol tue pemvirene and~ is~tt 105em years-tifag~e ~
the world-forsake kindred and home-and 6fThe w .sh.ll. ..ecitthC.. .sob and the Cortes shall provide adequate means eS tyo MeiN CONrreS is fun mpractbe. 73 children, and is 105 years.of.ge, m..s.
^'c thcartUrhis clch nd awt adhere to tbis ,o o', ,,i, th,,,h^o o-,h n SANT -T ^On the 6h They will probablyst this day.-Strike pesentwi is nowpeant.od

ourlp. e l ateteiv'eerye cate n .opensation in the way settled by tthek pae. yers be e ad p e h Installation steamboats te New-York, and afterwards for p e oo
Ca totheait was not he Bram the l.ws.-8. .e s ndThe fsre".e communication of a rom r ofn the Congress ? This was unanimously voted the Point. damages, and ,_x centi, cost., .
tnl dctrines .of the rar there are u- an's thoughts is one of his most valuable BY THE MAILS the affirmative, and the Vice-President, .
.an sacrifices of p.srson belonging to a par- ,ri, .re hvcvcitient thereierdte ma t eith e r-caimsoh edp The central e I s of In the toasts at the Collation g ,ven to the Mior. PELBY'S B Ir'nP t
.dcr cwastrlof husbapdsoinfabue thtisrare; oui t i aomity th a. pntvor csure mreo COLUfdiBreti o oeTeOnt hcaaloneern-Vie-Pesde t lff thlea rsde too otional Can -ts, the folld wig shan ld succeed eouI-hope hn- S EL toHs retrns.antoie
-s h the Englishry g and oceas -m, *,heyi eru,.eshntheAbe.h .w flysf
at 'eluch, o f as.a7relgion rcie f h ulcadug n eest, h iti b e- poy whe astich yitshal signk to `er -.--ST. The orouhai r n a plea nltersan.dF larye. s ums de-ber s ofthey wi wl,p a nd th e adjacto n t o unthe"r w gyntlemrwdento isre mivr s -niesbywiiep adhr, .3wanta

rand s theoen boh rith theisrm evadfa esbnds. Kis oinniof thisowion any sujht wpreioolay- rtlastaLhd ELo h were present. ate siabl"he addrsshs thatdhen CharkmDailfeSemeabondeNdrwithevryelicay n, tfors wheredei-Ptro yedohe ate u

-., t[un rt! p ,.o htera/ Ved a csis the unity rteeiv b henatin 9 nhe wayCot settle b Department, a d Henry Reandall, Esq. of the 'es." The votes for President bem u col- --- perforn0dollars n indej nitry as merit asa-9
iainofa i Romanus iil itar y :thipoetent G d; u Ie .h Iw- anod l watscparftmakenmeoDpaine an amople ofbcwmbr le eeel- eounitha enionru p O e! j msat.I tit,,la s th (N..) ';theBoitot ssage a is ttt

alcutta, oha s translated sio e of the saic- th ibus which mabe m d o this liberty tagonst, and his ball fel' short a fewtfe '- S er at o e are entitled (that paper admits) to civilly and at the aorer estai mer.i c ..s ., crr.L

red books :piopEnglish, in reliousItteprsuithe.Bihpssl Mr. at's shot took effect, entering Mr.s chosen Secetarie I a hospitable recption-but such exl.teme uwed essentially to Ite enr, r d
Altheilghe do, r not credit the report of a a r f i n d pripghr breast and passingodirctly through zIs B adulation can only inate their vanity without the latter O and we feel assured tatthe recipient is
issonfr conversion, it would nt be sur,... m to a There. FROM MOBILE-J 15 improving their minds." But this is too in- otungrateful for the patronage ihrto esowed
pricing if the libehrel rahmins ;vere-t srend the- istnce ti biinonthe ofheost lua o Mr. Fo, were yesterday attended t reported, that General JACKSO en definite to answer as rule by whic'tograd .Aa te merican we dubt not M-
i e r ta.., b- s u epof'lee hospitalot tbc. l yho s l oteo thee.. seats.-a an .. ...
-1et p~rsti ,e f 'ta ar" miht s. ey imtize n, th ere e, omy, With- -A ie re n..r.ed ...t ..i.ta l ore;amedth e"r a tthe"eI raPit 1'yn trs e In th as a ec t o t a aicecoB le B t ,_ a

years ago; and we have seen and perused a extend to causes, which, from their nature, Fed-ral^". Gaztthitiel~i who pt years ago-the General having then taken according to people's varied notions of civil-. are Y oung's popular and interesting Tragedy of the
veryNsingular paper, drawn up bysomeBrah- t hoard by part cular Courts, pursu- sectable citizen of Phaadelptu o s possession of it by. force. The inhabitants of i"y and hosp tal I, foie by the-state ofso- "Revenge ".and anewandhigly h.orouFarce,.
mms, ein. trl he dogmas or dotrines os n lt o th l .. ...ch shll det ,rmine the beeAT i tely residing in the city o g- ,, t w ich they live, or their means of t'her prorme here, called "Amateurs and A,-e
"heirb.k-wrc defended, .. W"y being cons- e llesr Dr top was mrere yesterday omg M a New-Orleans are flocking to Pensacola, to exhibiting them. We hope t..e young gen- -o', I, ll..gi. tr"dcti,
h ay r 1 ei nSal tusa eeolbdeoI0n gast or deta we acci tfou hx ^ ie,.
manuscript was plo ced ou Sir William hlones h ,,r .. s d n'h m t sreputable. It renans to be seen v to a. .d i m, it ,.d toc.be rabine ofn the pe.. ir strict s government they are under will pre-. *eee o rune to e vL ert'.1 '
-Sand. --ia r t. ...o .e w rn.h-a Ed ar J o n l o of th'n Tresury[ 1C0- f I.,:e e. uI- o Jt. ;rtnd t .vr. ^ ..ur ar .ite ew alo e-tn hSAeL etofh e
,,e hen, w.X -'r gS ss ^ te t--thoth er-t; u' *' l .h '-_ .1 .. "" ... -**- ,.<.-*, ;,*.-^ ,, r,, ,,.,w i,, iAr ls,- nc gnrte -*- p, e*N t i sent. .
3. d Et, 'o-Asawe -fonotrc ctt bve s ro t oft as v s.- e, .rde tr ge was c t The annual. Com m, en, t of the..... Tt the ivARRIED, .
s rc,. c etded in, tnhe Centinel, o any other ry citize n may lay in writi befo the Cfee ar t s- l.ttllene ldie eas *kMrs. P'tcrsoi sent t'.:ol described, with however ethe omission of a let saty in Cambridge, Will be on t e last Wed- I this town, a yatleel e n t t .run.

s t.el;, io,., recte -n.ew oy rfnthe Rev:- n. t fro the ethue o ng ^nh ts 9 lleruP stairs to d.aw some spirits. o no toe- n the i otto, whiMch should have been o- nesday (29th) of the present mo .,th. neiyRour etoe, iss Rebienauih hi"it-8 t
-h .ris, .cht 11.,.. ., insetiton in your ,, o .ecu ve Power, representations, anul-r.l. 'hilcthe oldest was enplo-yed in tiltng tA Scientia ad Gloriam," m On Sunday even. ;-, by the.9-A
Sape. T ksgn ffs plliaton, lie o- l i t 'O,.s istsi ne, wo' h they sll e the barre'. te youngest, out o. curit apptd Th e azareen 'lue Clour-the National THE P SIDET o f the United States has p Naaniel S. ow, of Brews n W. nr

sert hs,. 1h ,0 only to !i53 eit Students ire D .init i o d t. ....... .."' 1'5. The secrecy of let- t..e ca.l, to the spoout to seh ireitwould ldsaze. .It Standard- Wiy painted by Mr. ..th ols. It returned to w ashi. tto n froly his seat in Vir- e Hi e;gi an, of teis town. h t. the reep aen-
a .yung C aiteril Prencirs in the selet' trs is inviolable e Post Office salbe was utany uniaeto hepirit witn, bears the Arms f the United Stts with the inia. .In Salem, n Sudy evening, Mr. T ..

44r tre ;ts, bulcos'igest nihem the convenience strictly responsible for any infraction of this or n explacn ww o i treKigddous noise. i *rc. su m tto and slo n thet ensiri y T t b FroI hin ham,jr. to M I83,Sarah Ronsa ni moe
idsont tr o fn, their sei-mons in pairs." l. *. 4 toth child r 's eilld ea totheroft ". I, .. -.---n Cim odoreoBnow. The nsatt nal Intelli- In Mansfiel,, Mr. Horace Bensontofe .
/ Tle texts La,, subjecis o, .Ifch the Cle"m-man o .' which w,.s soo, cionu ed with almo ft tmryartil c ,n o rn>impris"e nd cer mentionsp that, to prevent erroneous Miss Sarah Southward, daughterr of "ipt .t to

ris suap sed to write, an Sre l ideu inlo three parts Of e' 'otee aton, her Religi Go- ot durniure in it. Tle children, ssooaspossible, nitasts is substituted tor town i" impressions, it is its duty to state,that the arti.rRh Southward. ,"R I'Nr. r.

and subdivided in a judicitumsra~nner, compri-hend- ernment, and.Dynasty, w*ere takui down stairs and cnveretd to theyarM, which h!ls led to. th.e supposition that one cle published in tlhe papers of, .the intirea.ic I" Bulkimore. Graeme Keith Sr cr.ee, Esa^
ing the doctrines, the trnhs, aind mi'rtil rules of tlie 16. Th"e Portilgueac: Nation is composed but'" the wee so shiickingly burnt, that thciyi .a;viv- colour was thie gilt ot the town, and the other- quittalof this officer by the late Court of In- P'"tsmouth, N. H. 10 Miss Susan S.K~andall.
G p .. of all the Portuguese in both hemisphees- eut a ew s, alho the power o ter of some of its inhabitants. This is nt the quiryas not founded in fact. We under- I Sul Vrg. Lieut. Francis Gamble of th

It hi.'os been observed, ,he inys, that Psrecliers .37. Her Religon is the Catholic Apostolic &"c wa' l 1thnt I elate ute cause whiciled case; both eviours were present by the stand, that thI only charge on which the U. S. NaTv o Miss Francesi C. n ohooin.
arerofteng pedintIe tyhe pr hoieeof thei r subject tionby and Romant-mnt. Her Government isa Con- tti e catastophe. mT enl Pt h a scene ? town. --s thd Court was not satisfied of the perfect inno- with
so t -. .- ,,u h r, oof- ...s can ot e d oup ob ;ted regu, ,,lar ac usato n. 5. ~ T hose cases are ex- shall"" e in prop.... r. ion ""o-. ile ". ; ,__..of .the "i n arrived a tcout. g \S enin, o ur ti laysth eBalei rearhsp tl ity notintav u eri r'totautl wxe rui-eh liced P E W l, q p, Es' L w'?n te.n .a no t._

cident, 3r lancy, rather than by a regulo r and tthstional Heraditarr Monarchy with fun On Sunday the Cadets attended divine ser- cence of the Commodoree was that of having; nwthihet i DdED
d aucige tedi~an splareedytinB r,,.i am t ne s tol'ving .'' ; Y.' "d"'mte-ta'llH srepulie h e s o t n ta ble,~,n. 23lItrem instn oesen n,t-,^,- vicental~o it d o thelev. c'M. ,Pi n eo F meetng-. tarct vrie

s...r shfi o,,ln, toteaceh yste-maticlly." 11e iseare-' I"ynstis that of th'e Most Serene Hous~e o]f and Barr a of (-mbus, performed an opery- at St. Paul's Chwrch, the Rev. Dr. JAttvIs of. would justify. The public here are mnuch M.lor Samuel Harlshorn, of Walpoe, ad SO.
,.l., .to v, known ehathisworkisno1 Braanza. t Our present King is John VI. t of Lt om on M oo chief fciating. In the evening they attended a sa- surprised at bis decision of the Court, after S- oring lst Mrs. arga'reBralee,
intevled as a scheme of Theology. His obsva wh o is to be succeeded by his legitimate De er ekep o mthe .cka-saw nation. They ex. cred Oratorio, by the Handel and Hgdn t- what has been said on the occasion ; and as it wo ot l.te Mr. Thomas B. a ed 76.
ons in the vetisennt are judicious ndim. swendant, according to the regular order of act nineteen separate cou t, weighing, ciety, in Boylfon-Hall. The ll was crod- has en well understood that the Commo- M Mr.Job C rtis, getr.
portent, t which we oud reter those for whom pimogeniture.-20. The Sovereigny essn- tt whole between two and three ounces, ed, nd the performances excellent-paic- dare's eal r eturn to the United States was thurdylast.Mary nlnged 19 months,
the work was mte kinded isar m h s b ida6.l he laws hallspi t e cifytho pn a tich es tfr ee and the Cpa tietis shallp rs dovidbae quats i 3 e mu a l ett e b iheanshini. bIr i sgprevntd byimpra tc be.ish m n 13 iwritiouts c usnoecsessit y _. -o big te n ys ixth w i f e, a Lond a ,by t ewh ls
prutek eastil e sca th hi ns c oh nd ahe rbe to theis nwadeed not oanlyca-anot bthe ,Judgeimonyor-f orn muh epam enite bythereof, as e, slidia tin veyNEW C OLsUngb MBAN O GEr S S.ac om.a-. ,- 3 h airn and'sIsla 105 h inst RfageRo ndyhi
troOh'ths T6 I ak ',-36. There'shallibe a Per- SANTA MARTHA,' JUNE 16.On the,6th They wil probably'restnthis .1y.-S t,)--- pretet-i"e is now- -pregtant.twiondae Foper
S -I" "I'I.M-.. LL.. ..he c-lebrateso bas( oniLtisha,
-and F rthene t--As e lro .. .. n t hreo inertityb w ll)ex'r~ e uo the i -. Pta pert y r isr t ile s ac .... .. ored w ich httlleah eerdm'"ion e( *Ion thengh o rt~~h~ te&crihn epublic e thh ~owe ar ithe om izsln oa, ti let, s ity in Camb r lde, owill b e0 n t i velat ed in en sthiedtownaylle action ofS 1 r .. ".

sei me a wh" reier,. daytemr tany one.-a. laThe Nrg wr e tin e a tro. i he bugle by Mr. W.s, of the Ca. CRIMES, ACCENTS, c. s, isw C
,),Tile'wrter,inrefe rringt--, ."of the Rev' .15 I ,,-h I .ext......o .. .. ernatlsecsu{ptari tyof drtwh e i igd n dersp th ent se mblj n tedm tt, HishExhellency aw vebeeNnii:o Ine sda (9t)o f they wplresnmain nath. ed rintRoutse toaids een P Mt-..... l-S "* -

tludes by .A ,,ig,t .a t ot ine rt hate 'e er Consstudion ir p o ndair ntal aw, by t he O ,t e t t t i me conw.o a 'h ,, B t a arig i ery. On Mofday evening be. Cale.ah..Badtes, efHaverw.ill, aged 41. an
eit,, the hAit ofing otler works oS thnis kind, -ay, *heans of .atlly eeed Representacivey- e- ere outo daerso O h Itd the National C.dets were re fore nightfall, a s Major Jons nar of i his t'mbrlidgeport, on Mownan., Charles Brooksf
"7 11 ald's..ul helps usc eeuls" a nd mhis also co-nveiyent. t the present this Fundamental Law will ---- ... vi wedb he s IcellencyiTHEdC tMMAEs it t wIL wia s turningg from .n/dordin a chaise Saychilwy n tharlesud. Martha R. aartonged

Wemiis!-t n! ,I rgepithe excellence ofthis p. 1e obligatory on the Portuguese residing in bAe -ox, Omo, JuLx **. I lessian VI-'. Cmr.r of this a fte r at, we learn, the particular witi)hlsslady, he cwasstonedCon the Turn 5 Pe stbys.
Bpl.riet, b r t tusatwh s rilbrn theme en s aid and the Kitlgdrms of Portugal ind Algarveso'nlo ore tsn e. l, htas h a,,-.: t e nmuchof thisa.e.s wesirre M IT the Superentendant of pike,nerthe Ten Hl far b Ra y Mond.y,Ablildrh e tt Gi s
xtra.e d ,rom ,' "ill suersier h cesity. Its who are lawfully represented in the present p :h t ..ol me of the ajoiniog the W sepo.t Institutien. At an early hour who, affwr commandos tr.By.-. The aoti o eroton M nfi ed, pMr.A. H. Gibbso a "d "2.
p! n apis ent rly ewi. ,EAS.1US. Corte. Witt respectto those who reside i n csutles n d --s-esoe-- htio n Excellency and suitewith anarge number presented n pistolto te 1 caweo be st ta L ei olarn .T he ui sry the d e of Is

,-T *--- other three .parts of the world, it will be MantCrowN, Cons. Aie. 10. On.the.third of .ffie.rs of the U. S. Army and Navy, and demanded ithtmoney. Mt r savnterrone Miss rhuthwaell, ,on to r snhSm ith n '
/ rnt rti NplsaYt o D ls.h iy vertiherC cmmt .o them, as soon tiley slu.d declare instant, tle S loo voted by Congres to the Mltia, in f form nd ma pubsll anti pisto! was cocked, and "ok out s d a cketi f r Th e, f S r d rdi ct

oUR Oe T COntisrio t itttobe theBr vill, by means- of their Iawful first of kin of the late Lieutenant BA of ";uncrpl characters, were escorted from the book, and gave the robberasum of pmone daughter df.teCpt.
at thedotrin of the year many persons are mepresentatives-22 This Constitution, or the U. S. navy, was presented to the Rev. A. Stte-Hose Co n he Common, by the Inde- -he laPter tIen demanded the .a rmch Ire cIend
Gospell.cfi -c 's"o"f-" w strangers to .Pon-mental Law, hhe mle by thise present L. eanu ehor, brother of the deceased hero. by e "ade ts C a bits mants.d Th by Lt. Col. th euihr, wsich o falsoun givne hima n aend ee quintancr. Sh Lwa et factionatwis ethe fosth

":.geogr oephya.dtopography of thetcountry. Cortes -Extraordinary, shall oot be liable to HI^,t"a Liet, Esq. Inscription on the ADAsoS An extensive marquee had been off towards Medfordt A tena emanhreturo h l"oin a. attem."v mother, and si.cere and faith,
The object i tins communication is, to indi- b" e reformed, or altered, i an. of its articles, word -e atlt u ibunte h ui,, culpina nitsuh 11scened fto r the occa'so, o an area ,uch from Medford me a persn on horseback the fr"e'. .-Geneo h.spitableand benevolent.
1cattI sC he of the mos. delightful until after four years from the day fits pb- tur Those highest soar, who loftiest sum- tended from thatof Saturday, and to which e ho answered the descripRion of therobb B.**un**mprte of s ial v tue herex
ra ry th i v o ITe ea.-p- ts dare.ee-on U. a oatv .of ..n.. d e oto o dark-com ona s db e e e to Per -sexr off, ealeex-
it b u t n t rci sate t a n a re; o ts i t t inao p oe red i otr M o s na s e l s umna k e I, "I .nN a t i o n a l Cse e ne, t i le- I r s e w t h s horl u ct d n o, hrs 1 ii
l nd.lwof en bur son w ith their d ead lsband h b .. os "-- 3 ..n t FAp n Th cAL DUrE L C ol m bia is 1 erly in t ldut andthe p c s sel aot tan inoy n h r e, anNblred "e'l ctsh e flaerne g _. a d wh s s h

hisestdopedytin^nsnw tloea tystoeloe a nd w so s t ilSteregtnteatitsies w ,i nu Lh eetar fin s lr mentathen e di mn het ,a,: he .t.. ) ,N rtthe m, eeinst 'Ierys, en.,Ioro
ida tsro eas et no h teeinor ance mi .n .di vr i te Cor- e irumn a yev enia n gl.- ast, T adu l ast ve crevee inIIne.f.efudl), attended.-lb khies I t el
:'~ v vi '* i ) o .. "d g re r : p ov iid ed t h e b e re sp o n sil ef r th e ia b u sein S... .. A . ... ,,ta ,'- O R Ct, tyo e-ors l'e -en e rsrn

S" e^ ^ ^ ^"^ v^ '^ ^ *- ---. ,, .#n^m^ reII-^ TO
r. .i.d,,thebraoh ive wn tasoSto hichwrk i t' h as O utoftenisticlie b.e tisreseb. w rethn nmi'Mees Jola tn sous1o -ce.edno em ne tin rhscervcee!

.h r-.,o ,-hen istoa e lGe or l b 'at th recowert lethe caatio ationthe mannd rSr Oa toriose and Lete and's cp L a nd Hyves n a Soe tcinl- wa eens id n dt ol lo d ath e v A th 1t ets, Thereto B. ae 7 ef t"i
llotent ed hes i gase n;-o, but heogy.u r.is sea b ho e lcI these s eededtytis in timaye.D e l p u. h .. he e e in t on arm The hallwsn-ow hhe Comm o t m M nday, Mob ti e ge d ,a
rAIasrll e trvel f ll d s}e es ln i ih l rcted, ul iueepnr eeen atte Iov et w or coo
-0- p tue wite h ... fthe sc ene d. sahsiste uit dtermsa inirterd'bytherminv 9.Te wh o riog h allo Depi artment, i id tHenthry ouanallE msq.ofte gby mr ties s." Thevoesfr Peide ndlht bing cry oni-nd. af-rnon .fre rok ou in wo ned h ars, a'ndm tisemn eI b
i,,.:,~t sem nt re ud e'o s n d m ak's en .. is la' w ia cbr ln tot hd e r gla r ornd. a er ofl'. .. .- .H-sp.."" ." .- as"

throu 'I the alak e abnd shoo h, ar tid e tlel sex c lud t ri u a fo r t ilse ekp -oe~t lon The b Tolaw f th o cect 'wn n a e f eq e tin t a anau r s welect d ;acc ridin th .at "a he s !o of rn Ca lv e at 1 xlaimscathet(N Y.ma- cftie h it" g he stnRckl a ndhsswok e2f'
port nte, t inn1 a0tl ee toef l. Thislv3eigt pacOl.es itanet wheel an d fLireeSi ENNO'.ae akolde ob

sa e we w wand s tterongh nts ea. b e wa t hof-e tiallv emaes s,- i anmthe y ai o f nc esaoris re an- .nepat went 'mupAmsetn eenh commye. uomp,,-.ete ort eer,h, pare ented ai ttper nioust fne c rssistryet inp iew othyeand repe.ctabe. S l, lreunt .ortue
S lP L wass renVice-Presi den ----.-- --- wuIe ts l ane r a eh i s
.o bee-to tre n to t e w s b y u a at .'M r.s b F. ra H l a se c n d or tl ite c e fo re n his T
chde .vrms.iw l e l .... ._ in-for r (o ietat u se o f ther un ament, D..'Ali.w b .P "ot. .. .... _. 'Bos ton iR obbery t. On Mondayeets. g"Thy re.ncaeb 1.,Bradley, tof a erhllae .

C ctthem ha itesof lstranstlated some oftt S.a-ot'ii Ithandmeas nof cafb a.lt ftol Represen tt ivei. = r afew. of-r Cd t piS0 e cSOL a cri theAE Lcoa nT ettin wettre -fo, re ,ight ) as Ma or ,o ;. "v el .: ttnleo' al ol er whichmaybel isthe 1oftI his lit"er ty **<-*<*y sd i a re s entit led P

. estitfdsesho h-le su sctul, 1,01^ ,alsoeoL e' clfn t. z*y For ^ thel~ ^ represe ti tda ental a w 'Ji ;; 'S1' -*. ""^*"*^"-l od age the wihbi^ ee^ t- to"'|,a sr'etlm u rningfrom t'edfr a.S chaione ,**^ i t'e "l, i'us mo .i ,t e e ,m e
D.\stYTO: ',"lyfa Oaung '24.s~ Thei assessd al th C'tze. n'," C"tr^ io" th STte a,1a r weleantihe particu, lar 1 with h~ls *tadv, he wasoped Jon the urn 5. months".lyieossrenal;
Wle mig reld beot, ksl i tr{atE gl ish wh il L :rsah sh het aodkaffec tthee nte'ding Aof lrt 1a n d A1l acroteionl',
inrrel igiou tse mat h ters,-the Bisho sI o ,!e alinlehihee y I.et ontstie At and Ie.at.l v h ho, e afternco onm andin thre uterie oesstn tidald 1 t, e n M r. A.. Grift **, ed r.
extratedtom twl"'IJT onl.su rtf ed it he r.eepory.- ts who'a re tarid 'rirepresented indthespresentrectlties. _Ihis acleiyadsie ih ,afen.tbr peetdul atpion stnonl nlatetheiMj r evaniywtot, In wge Jfes el ass ureofd3hah S th. reipint..

p. : i sru l etirel luke, En hon atiLS.IUS. Cor,," 'tes. T W th 'i r ese ctto "' tho e lhor side in e cl'. Insian n liere-.on 'ilhhii i (,a an re wre ac dng t G DS.:s l '"P M av1'^y0.c ie-m "'^ *o ii i nsto.k i thd year df
ofIliefficersshofc ther U, S.'oAr(yg and he later;aan

prhiangs-tthr gib scle i were'ato son th 6r ts of thewnort i ^*v ntldrw o"- A*" On mt third I -I oadet p i y.. aw trat.the Asrs. A mei". av a thee, nlrs .
'lt,, ," Ymsi, Dail y or.h tt '. omna o te '; soon iseyshn 2 c a in's ofnt, t o x' w er e d pted b yo nr si-t Imtis nd teoraidta G nalnd anp ublic en.d definicpste, was t yeds m nle thdratookee oautSh iocet. t6bri gI' TOU lR O aTICNr 0.GA. it tto belthee.y Yvi1lbehyrticularlyfotheiredbwthelpatron
first of kin.f the la'te tielenant: lime, f n, unie.pat car rotorsfwerecscor'edofromghevbook, and g've the robbe aour of money, reghuPr -acthe lte C pt.uJdhn Gorge, aoetills
inter r tth i os s a -a rlt e y arbay s pmeursope nn ls ae p es natvs. T is Co sttuio r th U. .na vy, scitiz ents.t heR v.-. S at o lae o th erdCommond yt e u e ''h athehenmemanddanh go o f' hd] isa cont rye n;hy a ndasa n t ir l leofi ten r*nd a
priileedent Caeeto ealetsn icomTmandeId. i ,-y. tI.Icor.ps;' a ndh, bei ng-leftafsotenrhmall dohe exrcie, usna, e .ah wa a'aftco-nnt ,i e, the nm 1
S;0 1, Or Crim nal suis, nor a y Speci liCom m i-d.atItenfiin motherermsndoscivilit andnI Iii' h
disposietio sr~f th at. co mmunic tion srtoincl i- -eee o m d o le e ,iny f tsarices "Weord -"elh sibntome quSay the Bltmi orit 'n. "e x t ende d fr r omtca hat o I sa w iturda y in, a d t h c w o a s ethe est '..t Is P of ther b e d] et h 'hh e 0d br ight examp tle vto h e.. ex raaleexhi-,
citet. ch IOn oexteos elgtfl n dtol after four years from the irday f turs p. yer,ag -h eea aig thntknpol'baid-oin fcvl r Ytn' oua n n "'. "p "" ". -bl ctienofPhlae~hi wh .hg-'"'r'eesig rg~yfh
--'- ""J!zvnalit toi' tile.en'oledusmrnhi-ch s hal etermine he e- cai' e" t n" ci'ty i{,{echtey live',.r thei means odets perpeorbrmng" the carold ) and head-qaar-A
th9".e' b hl l ..Y -/eirrebock ., ; ....ll, 'w p .re n u rom the Yeryseteray m.i-ning.a n-attr- .- e-e'rs uteas, arentercing to' Piensaclth o- exhibitingthe m. W edho pen t ie Y u g g n os hcal-gutLgdl 'uutcn
-~~~~~~~ sa %%r1IedfeddGh eigcm-,,eester~, Id sil esP.pnl n,, thlt in. Ie J:_1dn) n
cop. paredowith.wothers.pSir W illiam.Jonesnthatrcity, in ,it cerelr 'rilelcii.cumsta qeS I libow.ds with irc,'t=-
s m c i a ~e. .: .. .itna uc mb o : ., a ~ s hale l bh e e sf lb l,.ish dt.- t ... ....abs. ...... .. .' :-I l m a e sr nm e la r- .... I"lem"n "vi.. ... w ell t ug h t,"nas o receive, -, Aa ipp o i' ied t th e ,.',, i-rof.f.,,I.
< r~otva E.el..-.i.'I... .I., ..s on 's's,, in s o~ s ~ eO lr''es. e lte
1,ou ".Ao,-- t- d soIn. I i .-,.-. )' :2 V ,l A ll'm L.. ...il .. Ii. Q' Z p n i~~urp o e. x23 n d .-th Ias ) m th c pt r f'.. /,- .. t tl e 3 u y l e p w e u e ) e m v ery h a,,l ); as th ey p assed +Ele- m ust -n-f nsefnlness is "idail), increasi-ng .is-0, x. .. I u;lif t em P 0 bya ? lesfily'"taken..cr r t Z c-.l, 2If
,,, .. _u" ., redtuponis;otile .',of respectanbelew r arids t r xehttnean M, men,_are how's a1 d L obdell'scoItmpanies Thae battal''~c ,.%. lirn r
ary Wa. I te ebnnyondt th....e ... ,.: o f tabe' reredos nt. F ot ieu aiaa on- nT r- y.as Iee e (n a ccountegfor ed andi' ore last.wed in i b o tue., a ndr ~ o td thellrobbe that 1[" eee- ,,ye'-" i tan pla to. the Ur W.le as t de-
manuscil~t ~as plced !t Sir V~llim Jone': f ., dsrepuable. tno nf,.itlobt to i'rs B ,* -det1,11 nI,.t-Il. Nye ,u ni F' ..n ,. .. .&.l oI.., tirl's (Jinli eVnLnre14es
.. ... .. .. .. .. .,y. sh ll e vtu e, o r -l--i'"1 0A .r-, lve an at.e-.. .. .ill..11. .., tta on at ter ad sit) ade hi s Exe, o e ncf the p heStic tob ved no ene b t gth mey r n der vltle pursm ct e 1,(e p ,1hanlh on id -snst:,em fo e hi d atrm or-il-l-"*Ih11iarv 1p l, .... II... ....UW t I ol I w
SI Pllryho im ict b cieamn s,a6L~tOes 4W.llWi prrormI! 1nulnero U s nt-r&t'-"'V4GUIftt u ulWR
"l-C l- I' R .; A 1 cit. y .oerIeis en u ,o .ir ...w ,, -,1 r-1t eI. .t- ..n- yu f N 14""I".neIeT .thrn.ltitli, I- 'n-.on ;thet ipibtanei
~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~ without w. c- t h D n e t anvort wicI .. th n Y m i les..b I ,-- I-. She v 'sited C-w. on.:don 1-0, a d Ish d ,-'t ..... -u a~ta t li ~ r o w ta ke .. t ce et, ,h itto. ,. i s
wes war ll E aI vi- s w 1 i ot r letbe "- --: .to-have I a ra senot be sub'ect to rso llm E stime of tils on ltauk P nnth ase i rh Sto paibesti d byof A tir a m. xxii." a c u a ey T e n ia o ii n e en ft eV i e -. .
S ec, I recinn I mendediti the:" Ge tpower-resrany.,iotherrtWacitizen` r colentswithirteeci--14; .....11It A littlealt nt darkU ps. seit'se,` retiler6t, Ittdescrbedhtrvicdofrourttilemission"o"a let. hetyrio. M AdRtoED ve"17-,e "a
is,'- %en o- I. --,..i..,i.; iisetip i, on1111-1t"1 "ii'lil"theolestW a el ..t. r{t.o tof ...(9th oft .he resnttnn'h.a ow|ou e u,.
ut' t I rd lit tilnn~i
Waterford,"y is ,ss vCic 'a" 11, m '. ne h igsato'liye; nd -hetude ba-r-e ", tl -enigs -'o e--of .. wtt t o Ld hem 'Jfzre u'-e itt s' Qictlnu. he h a"p" tio al THe r~son iadp vOfteryc Ueywonit edSats asnd p. Na.......... el nnd :.e`e-tedM Wisone.r
serivss, acconot ,nnied byiir.Mowienas-i ,e Ynboud to .'a.ne-,5' Thesecrecyreflet-etile andle to tle, Spoutey-willaplinbein byvr.nCURTIS. It returned to eashitheen fro hIi.", e, th
country p 'an tli)' \ est bnk ( ';tr+,e,l "a2-I if n r sy, ihe Judgbes. 'The Jioitsoff ei i-ev '31s fti o n.)lg-'it o ach o1fb clasr ntnlyernionet t tle pi -it .' nno ert, 'l,. y ] ." o C d t, hMu hiiwresrue ,tk n ntt 1i1 se.at,' n'ano'm, ,B y lored .
',, -,,1._o I .ws vur',. ...."- a- II _. bteA'wYrkF: 'J varse the Armcs acofssitehniedoStones, tothtie Eilt Wx .1. ~u I*
i4 (A t6,1, b" to i- tinf.n....con enin e Srict lya reson sbe for a ny inr actc to i oneof theigh s ,,ril explo i. (I1all..... :7"l.oi ,,.....I..-",(' sua,-mtto a dehalo In tieoins riptio ,dero'rnged ip to'ct orsi whos _ow
'A t r n tt e o r~ l h ir se t g. la-wo. ~ t -- 24 T e a .V i th -lltof t ile hi.... re" s .. ..to th 10 if 1 -, r... q u are htitth e ase ,In w ch t y a n e antli th e1i e hU l O ,f~. l y.o u -
/e' T Ct exte s aoidStihen cl. 013 "' hi the.CllZigt-In aa e .rI Presentedeiryrthe er -t" whof' ,1;oehendsthtileeWordn gement mentions. thatternowit b c. d,, we "Hwot n-f, to
O y s ~ 't "h r., e -' p itrote a s e CeY. A l1t e in h a bi'"tan-, ..trtsn,"n isa s u b s etitu t edy aor t ts S ra hSe
isslvn~sdtowrte aeIvkedinett V P i-anee ati~, erfeliioGo,- ofuritralso il hidrni'sSota 1 owu11 im resinsi inis uy t)sttntht heari
ou udvde n niifism n er oip A h t to co nc m o tefnt, 'nd,Dy anI winter th,. fhlrwnstwirsani cduc e e( whsuto ot ,ich h sldto,* .. til .....iton t at .-.-.* ubli-edn ,e "a er' f .he" r ,r n no ge.O n t lesKeith .Sl~v rc ber'Es l
igtedcrne tet u iaAm rlr ils 16 ,o Hie-ect" doptedatin, sicmpoedeutaheywer.s shckiglyb'rtrCatisevion-ofv. olorews"he iftOfshe own -n'tie"oher.yutta rfhe ofice bythelateCort f i-'GS. dnd a...
Gf o spd el. Inw "Iwh ; I, .....-all the se Rerik ese nbtat hei spees.tIte a ed.ut.1 few;ou rs, o fPhltdl)ino,:, tpweqreee uttym r ac f h op ntero'oeo Inticd SuRff. W ine ,nd the ofo,.lt 'b lue it l i
of f sme of ts inhbitant. Thi is nu tile uiry, as rio founedtielfact.tWe undr-y: U ieut. ora ,candnblayf the
11 Ithld e. en.. .obveser ,.ve,,'ll hrsavs'ln, .. th '~ at P .lerstsh, e.3b7 ther e Cgonl stheitut ion n" tlcApotolicdNe N, a;left th emad0IaALt ile Cl;Ov er whicnt l etot se ;bth' On Mwre'osetAdbytle lt ndt at the~' ionly c firge bon hc.te outin w n~, dd eutAis q and m'AVthe be o heno oiin.
ratuea ....... wtu th ~ eer I .nssl er_,sai''hnthr.. ltrmtot h. dfhtob h eatas, trophe. A~, eidtl n patthroo~h he a se r n b m rtntow "'~ il n ih-ninr
d g.fi .d[Ala "ew a e a Stry tof ot sal Her ed t r oaruch', w i thdfu n- te O n .A: : G t2.'I ed. at s ,and a l we, Ca de ts" t" ." idu div inerod e rd which, ofw as., C om moy d o- T e fre, as th to f h au n g,.. D IE D 'a t ( ob S, ) )t .a 7
page s of 'o a o ieh mimea thanp adsscusio.
.ll a t e tin l s e par tl y An R, l ,,r m e n .I.. .n n. w, o f C .l

,er a oa across i le At],,eqm. nt ; t"Pc usYd uN
l ae e ac se ce epresenativs of t ie Nation, ia- to lis Excellencyat lhis marqueeand parlook ote uiding occupied by Mr. Wm. "- w Iwsrcp, Mr. Oi ier Scripture, wid 71o
Arrnved atife vi!!ageofTicon Cortes a'ssembied, exclusively belongs the A<,Vr AM~ltlCANA. of rBEreshmeiit. Stikney, as a coffee and mustard factory, lo N ew "u"yport. Mrs. Mary Blown, wie ot
reanorrhof ykebGeoer ons Toreath rrt of po po Jauls.-26. The King T she gret floweiring Ailoe kt.t he G'Iph-s' odI In the afternoon, the officers of both bat- all the.woodeo part of which was consumed. 1, I ithfiel, t. .
wnors be und iwiofLkW oi, car'iases will al- shall not assist at the deliberations of the Corh rows ASlum, corhin' ofkil Che i andst talions of Cadets, *le d other invited hues 'gest sck house in the reethr of Mr. Stick. I bi, ile f tp V t
gws btothen" Garrison \ tnou tonveyd passes tes, but.only at the opening and closing" rf n lext..lw w. ron Mo- dined with toe Governor at his sent in o ney's factory, and occupied' by Mr. Samuelt aged 7, do t l h.en t h
gebout two tiles) Ga.by wisonGrounh distant a the saRte.-'27. The Cortes shall assemble This plAtnt had advanced in height not more l. ad neS, andc te wooden t house at the corner uf .place. She was taking a dhrtrid ithg one oahill
riosfut-woi-es)ort ofwTico, name the.ve a oncea yearn the Capital of the Kingdom of than fou feet lor evety ears,, until the 2th On no ccasion have the Cadets appeared ss al d ck-sreets, occupied by Mr. Sam- grd-ahters, and whilt dendig a hill the
ga are known Portugal on an appointed day to be named in May, in the present y ar, when the flo er ste, more interesting and alert. The scene was ut'l. rte wrlo materially uitued, horse took uight, nhe carriage was upset and she
011 Ai- Jne lst os o hs ur' horstownk out oh the injuriaed was topsetrad he
the Constitution, and coatjipe three months sh1 tbfolt), and ft'rom tli t,1me 'o the lot of August, calculated to awaken the best recollections, Jones lost most of hi urniture, and a this shocking accident so ouci jured as toseits. ie
quantity of wine and cider which was in his s shocking acident on alewmoments.

.t sothse'' Phoshtition ary fMo'ot.y ao more
oi .the 4th i .t. Mj por-Gerernl WILlAjI
FLOYD, departed this life, it i western, in
State oNt.t Iw-VY rk, in thLe 89th yvear of l.is a
li eNa o!n early pItriot of the }leIolrtioo., I
sigri(;l (ht T)'elar:,tion of I ii'depen dence, a:s one
the Ii'lItt"b,'tt osl'oNewv-yrk. lie was the first
ite Dit I tltion of that StIlt, to slg" l tle Gre
Carter ;--% i erulInstlance oif W" I title nmerit, i t
Sienw of thoAs w'sI, k lkw tlie tirettnstances .an
iit'il of the "( dtIsS' which tied mien'.t .iltml." C
oe'srt'i' of th" lieciatrotI ti"' Inlepend enem
Sli'e tltIV nItow remain to awitlness the Glory a
Protperiy lto which tir CounUry lios attained
M11 It [ndl;'ieiIntil nalint, tot wit': JOIIN A
CAU ItOlI,; .tnd they live all som,: linime i'a
passed fur sore yttears to at!(.
In Cluhestr T1'wn, ,Marylvnli IPe'I grine Ivin
thlut c, eedl iboUt 61 years. He ciilistiet S as sr
d;er in the Sth arvNiland llegi:nent, at alln ar
periIt. l thuwe iwar of the Ieiolut;ion., while hie wV
Vet rvIT V ttiR, and sitrv',1 in tlc .Mnarv'l:nl lin
ntlil tI-c i tIl il'th war. iIE was rlwmtts a i o n '-!t
Ih- an ti all;ol rltd;er. Ilt-serced again it the \wq
aaitiS tile ldihn:s. under Grti,. Wayne, antl Is
of ti i, tie late \ ar, in the :n.llitl otf Olio.
it 'ash\iiissntet l, Vl ,. E.'wAtliu'Fox. jin. thi
cleik in the office tI the Secretarv o' f the I''r.tsui
of the U;l>ed Stares. flu was killed itn adttel wit
another tisI nk ttf the s;an.- tficev, .lwho it is said hi
since teen dlsniisedl fIrm office by the Secret.
ry. Fox, it is salwd, as wholly tomised to fire termn
and wasconilpelledi .I llb. **iat 'e sort by insu
anid assault. Fox l,:.s 1 It lhhtr,'rnui-Aher. ;ih.i
and ibrotthers. '
At Ilermiiai Huriteil, oil Jair.. River,. Cu,
Meatler, of the ship Gihii')ti G.., nId, ol N,.,.
tIn Pat.'ritilt h. C. ; Mr. .Tamn's 'Powers, a na
tire of Inr )llr.il II WW S a L ti;!, ..:. i til
Reoluttonarv i Vnar under Geo,.Gi es ., .r.d wa
in several battles." ""*
I. Ci.trlestoa, S. C Mr. Tihomas Fa,tl, -.ahr-tiv
In Louiisville. Ken, Ma4 Joh!n Harrison, aged G
-a paittinoI of the tievolution.
In Cahawboa Alatna, Col. John Taylor, for.
met Iv hinembetr of Crifgress.
tn Clairborne, Alabamani'Major Cyprian Web
ster, a native nfLitchici', Con. agedl 5.3.
In Havana, Mr. Samuel Gould, aged 34 late o
In Gibralter, Stsaln Arnold, eldest daughter of
.Bernard Hlenry, Esq. U. S. Consul.


-4OHRT O'" BO'TON-ts-I21.
.$ITRTRAT. Asgust 11.-Arived., sell. Win. Penn, io-
ter, Pbi'adelphil, 7; sloups Geo. Washingtonl, Nantucket ;
Eli 4 N'ichll Coilis, Newleave ; Leop ird, Ogden, Fre-
dericksburg; Helena, Wliite.Eastport,7; Jeffreson, from
N. London.
Ar. at quaisr..sh. Stissn. Baxter, Pint Petre, Gitaid.
Ccaread-ship Zephyr, Ciltttlland.Canon ; Abbey, Nichols
Hamburg ; Salty Barker, Woodbury, St. Harts ; SSecess
Stodder, CaIe LHaytien; Volant, Gordon, St. Andrews;
Eiliza Jane, Fhiladelpbhi' ; Thomas. Charleston ; Wim. Penn,
lifwnr, ,tt O. leais ; Express, New York.
t.NDAI. Atlst l2d-.-ririved.brigs Independenee. Low,
Crontalt. S; Alteptie, Adams, Bath ; schs, Five Sisters,
Hawes, Halifax, 19 ; Gen. Jackson, Woioser, bastpo.t, 7 ;
Albert, Comptoin,,tichmond, t1; Manchestet'Allein, tal-.
timnre, 1 e; Cathlirine, Goud, Taptphannoe olto; Supe-
rior.aNye, tath ; 'Ellen, Amsiury,Philadelphia,lo 10; Three
Sisters, aWeEt, jEaistpotrt, 1 ; Gustavus, Basset. S-vannah,
13 ; George Washington, Atwood, Aliany ; Mauilla, On.
birn, New Yor'k, 4.
Ar. at Juar. brig Washington, Basset, of Newburyport,
from Africa. via Cane deVerds. "
MOW1LA?'g.hslu 13.--Arrived, ship Wam.- & Henry,
Suanwood,'of Gloucester, from Cronstadt; brig Clarion.
Gyzelaar,. Canton, 152; schs. ustavus, Basset, savannah,
1idays; Three Silters, Scott. Pasmaquoddv ; Seven Sis-
tes, Casftie ; Jack, Portmooth lo strips Maine and Mes-
tagier, Portland ; Randolph, Gloucester ; Laura, Wells,
-Hamif.rd .
SCleered-tBrig VolantFairfiehld, Ports Rico; schs. Gen.
Greene, Bears, Halifax i Sally Ann, Hallowell; sloop Fair
America. Belfast.
'"URESDAYk, Au gust 14.-Arrived ship. Mi-
nerva, Snow, of Doxbury, 28 days from New Or-
loans, 5 from tile Balize. Left 151h ult. ship.Ad.
init nce, for Boston 3 oi 4 days. Sailet from the
Balize the 18th i nco. with ship.Caroline for Bus-
ton and hrire Alliance for Port na Prinee.
_A&.o ar. trig Gers. Litlle, Cooper, 46 days from
PhJmns, (Canh'rs ,lana; ) Spr.Ne .Iluly 31st, lat.
35. ull. 63, 4-K. ship he,!frd, Ait..,rsort, 12l days
fron, Si John, N. B. fur Jrmic'n,-.ith inst. lat. S7,
40,.ont, 64; asch. Only'Son, lrrew, 5 days hence
.for Cape '.1vtic---7th, lat. 41, I, ton. 65, lbri
for T miertrt a .
I Lmo ar. brg Bat li-r.,, Stevenson, from Crons-
tadt. :
.840o ar..seahs. America, Tilden, of "Colasset,
St. Peters ; St. Croix, Bitotk,; Eastport.
.to ar. Sloops: L-aura,-Wells, Hartford ; Prmo-
sna,-Akin, New Pedford.
S rr. -at quartintmne sch. Mary, Blrowli, from
Afria. "
Also, ar. brig .Joseph, Freeman. (late Mayo)
from St. Barts, 19 days.
Came ap froia quarantine sell. Susan, from lias-
setert-e. Spoke 18th nIt. sch. Parmer, hence for
Aux Caves, 80 miles W. N. XV. trom Antigua.
Alo0.sch. Almira, Snow, Jonemel.
Cleared-Bark Mary, Hol'and, Amsterdam, by
Adanis & Amory ; brig,Rob Hoy, Cross, N. W.
Coast, by Bryatnt 8& Sttrgis ; slchs. Washi ngton,
Robinson, St. Andrews D art, C.ark, New lied-
ford; Cynthia, Nve, Saiidwich; sloop Mechanic,
Haliet, New Yorl.
ewY rk, Aug. 12. 7P.St.
TlheEuphrnteq for Liverpool, and several other vessels
are gettingunder way for sea. Cleared yesterday, ship
-Zodiac, Burns. Liverpool; brigs Mechanic. Ray, Trinidad,
Cuba ; Hainmond. Mobile ; sch. Eliza, Serro, C uracos;
sloopit Fero, Gatild, and Glib, Boston.
The ship Julitt Cesar, captain Oliver Fowler of Sag.
Harbor, was at Valparaiso April 22d, having taken abous
100 bls. sperm nil-crew all Well. A letter from Capt. F.
to hi- owners in this city sys-" I have this day sold and
d-elivered one or two articles to the ti igate Constellmtiln.'
There were four whalemen and four skinners at Valpas.
raiso,from New South Sliettlad.
4 Ehlineur, Sf ~tih nne brig Mt. Pleasant, Bosworth, of
6rli*ol.R. L fi'om Matnzas.uniider4 days qiuaanline.
AtSavainah st ist. sell. Etna. Phinnry, of Falmouth,
Blats. lor N. York. next day. ntearlv loaded.
At Ulbrs,25th June, b'rig Two Friends, Smith, for
bfitt -- 5in 4 t1ls3I.' '
AtPonce Porto Rico, 241h n't. brig Richmenid Packet,
oIf 'ennLbttnk.to sail int oea 8 tdays.
At Cronstalit June 20, Advance. Boden, for Botton, rea-
dy to sail next day ; Sampson, Linzee, do. do. do.; Mfilford.
Wekhs0 Portlimnl,3 week, had just began to discharge ;
Avetrus,, Merrill, of Portsmouith. from Haimbnirg, just
sotamenciog to load ;Prnudent. Atkins, of Boston, from
Brenen ; Stephen, Stanhlopeo.f Newport from Antwerp,
die.\ America, Richadlson, Bostion; Deborah. Gray. of
Duavanrh from Fayal, dise.ar. 2 days previous ; tenezet,
A tnar, 'New BlRlfotd, froma Bremen. ballast not out.
Amt Cafson. otarh 11, Caladonia, to commence loading
At Cottenhagen 6th June. Itasalaa, Iow.for St..Peters-
.brg, Sday1, ad rintb.--,for Boston,2 or 3. The A 'n,
Rot eau, Iad gone to Stocklholm. -
t $gWandtrer, so psonof Tlhxhury, was at anchor
Brig Ric i t at. crr, S ,
days, wast Ponee, Sd s lt. .
Aseterre,Jily to. thle Joaitc, B th, 8 ; brig Superior,
Perkina, if l-r.r .h ,u.. f.r a n,.,l-i: slt. L.s ..,. nfl
Portsmnotn'.. fMr. ltins, n,.l. ,-.,
At "lrii d d..lull ,.'.F a t kl ...rrst ., C n 't,. Lil..
Lee, do. 2..
At St. S. ,..,r. lun I. rim-. i, .dn. far Ith, pJs'. tI
Madeira P i "-., i.'r,,. 'it; Art'e if Pr,'hiil-t'-. ,.I,
AtSt. "Jh., o,, it, a 4th nil. Ar.,t P. ,l.,h .h.. .. .
lltion, H-r,..I.. ,.. I.Ih.,]i l fe ; hIlrt. soeri.n. si ,. .1,.
do.; In l,,. ".l.rlln ff.ai MsJ it,,. s, S.n,.,'j tat..
ofPots lar.,1. t, n '.aA!,* ndr i0J ,:,, dl ,tJ .r Il a.,o ent i.,
Stewari next day.
At Halifad 1st. inst. sc e. Little Cherub. Athmron, from
.this poart, 0, ar. same day; Only Sin. Fullerof Kingston,.
L' "says from Alexandria-, ar. toy 27 ; Mhrv. Crewell, from
)f .endoable, just ar.; Elizahsth!. S dlys front, Yarmoutht ;
s eph, Crownil5. 9 ft-. do. ar. July 30. The Fornas. for
lington, was .0 sail lit iot.
''EASELS SpuKrfg.
Aug. 1. Savannah rier., nearly up to the city, sich.Le-
^ 1. ton.
A. g I, .frl Havana. brig Vo'ent, from St. Martha ftur Bos-
ton. 32 days out w ts supplied witl proviions.
iuly31,at t.4.1, Ion.6 34, ship Comseree, Gardner, of
Salem, It stays from Norfo!lk.
Aug. 1, lat. 43.4.0, Ion. 50, 30, brig Abigail, Titcomb, of
Newburyport, 31, slays froim Sr. Ulies for Alexandil ia.
Ag.0o, lot. 38, 0. Ion. 73 5, hermaphodlite.foaeph 12
ays froin St. Bartls for Boston, and sib. Enterprise, 9
days frnst Sit. Andrews for Aleoxsndtrit.
Aprlt t4, iit straits if Siitsnita. thtp S ettm.
Juite 23, lB Gothlatsd, lormaphrodi;s Ann,of Bos.
AUg. I lt. 33, Ion. 74, 17, brig 0 ter, of Salem, 8 days
IromHasana tbr Hollandi, and sel. O.ije Branch, 29 from
iJaioel/fot Beverly.
Aug. 7, Int. 43 Ion. 6. brig Favorite, Winsor, 4 'at.
t:rn Hostton.

Aug. 7, Cape Sabie N. by E. 18 lea. sch. Melinda, of
enni., 3 wee s out, with 12.500.fh.
ug. 8th. Iat. 42,39, long. 00 ship Jo3ln, of Hail, 4 days
from St. Jolti for London.
Aug. 9, oii George's Bank, brig Torpedo.81 dayl roman
SmyrIna tr Baliotiure-hiad left tihe brig Pembroke, for
aostan, fewenoy,.
July 27, brig Calisto, Atwili,6 l days from N. Orleans.
Of MataUz,sship New Galen, from S. America for Ha-
iOffC. nr,, tr, i. M,,.P .aorBoston, bound ta fHyti.
\ /

Juv ,ints.s 49, Ion, 12,34,stip'Gen.Jac kot,42daysot PLJID FLOR ENCE8. X. B. I,
Ji 27,,atl.40,21.lon.65, 30,ship Roxana,365hours fr CASE rich PI.ATI FLl)RENi.I.E, justopcn- TIE members of the PH[I l BETA KAPPA, THEATRE,
the Nantucket .. (1 ed for sale at No 8.1, MirKtIt-stree', v TL ALPla Of Massachusetts, are informed thlit WFASfHIJVGTON- GARDJE.N'S.
e Auf. 9. tiffGay HeaId,brig.Tosepi,(tlare SBtbshry Moay, WI LBST''Et a UNDERWOOD. their -itial!l mtetil.g will bIe liolde at Uiaversity = -- ., -
t t at wei tolandthe l u t r t th p rt- AugustISt 15 pis4w Hall, Cabrig-, y. 0at9, o'clock, A. 1M. f --ELBY'Sr BE- -'FIT.
of .OlI 30. lat.34,lon.75, sch. MiioKnaOp, 8 days from. R. CL.VOItTII, -. e. ........
of Ilaad.-Ssnmeday, whalingbrig Emily, Mayltw, of d,. GLOVES, TABBY VEI.VETS'. etc. rscfll infor hi friend
Bsft rsf QUINCY ofSA Dinaerawill bleprovided for the members ONMt1. Pzren rcs1)etfrnlly informs his friends
MFa Brig Pedlar,nSwan, sailed fromnGorce about6,th May for TUFT ,and the publie, it his B-nefit will take place
thitetli-etwaIs deiast ofA frica. tiso. II-,sUOR./WILL, of th ill 4,B. K,; AL,1 Of 1atsgachusetts, on T
Itt Bri t, "re. ci, ofrin Copenhagen ; tnl sch. Prim- u. ,'OR,'0IlLL, 3D e3tiit. at Uniaersil Hall. THIS EVENING, Avo3sT 15, 182!,
Of r Tutetrner, frost Christiasa, hisivettrr. at Gssttsulnh"g. aNorway S rDr"l i(' 1)"g l iu's Botoni't Hit-,o/LL at'Iyr l sWI.LLB 1El.t.AENTrl.n,
r- tr -t-si rrita-iIs 'Tittcketts nitv is t Cit trei 'umam--1 ,iL th tis saing s I Y Hci- Yoeu t ce t ebTr agedy, ilfive acts, called the
ce, BurI "Garlandl, tilttonfor this port.andsch. Juno, Brtiow 11t 1 Utic kiti Gloyre NOrweo; D us d l iot l' r -l Nh. i Cor-ihiil, u oston, t ti-r
t for St. Mihael, ,sailed from Etsina 26thl June.Ski elo0111n and etra sizs punliinud lined Fleecy iar. I i Cas ridgeor of he slbsribets. E VE.N'GE.
d Sailedr fr,,t Gibraltar, 29th Jane, brig James trTor.., d o.I ; Ldies'bct english h KiI ls lck atd enlo-ed in. ;IAIRd,".ofi itteG .
ed T'obeyfborBoston. ". r.Fuwoland .patent Ieaver do... .. w;sh-,Pahe ; ke ZNGA. .- ..* ..* PELBy
i. Sch. Osprey. eshew. 3 doi, from Eisineurror Marble. real r Fwn sia ,t IntrBer DIts ; Wtts b ehclr (. Sf TrSON" of LEONORD, -- M.ISSD PNNEY
ES east osao parrrd ctOa with 25il Julie Off Lite Seaw. ,Scks, tinder Vests, nn(ILig Drawces; Tabby rel-E [ E.fGLES OORTNI,)./.ptff-emgnDN.
Brig an e. Grifith,, or t 'o.tsouth, lot C aOe slated rvots, blot, dak lue, gl'sl creen, e.; w' i e.t. E.I GGLESWeORT ,TsI, gemes --
ce from St. Thomas s 16tl, JI s Rd s ,h. r,.,,, Bopei, of green Q( nait l liinlings:;, ack iombazetts,. ,I.i I, R. I p .r-. -n i.r par,
Salem, fr St. Domingo... 1. 7n nd twilledLAS Ne Sog, b faster
n- fm Ar. at Halila st in et,.,. sProsss- ..t rbuxs lll. Oand twille ne,-t fLsSS O F 1807.
S from vasington. CiLali pil.rl 1.1 ).li chs. L- O haui-the new pattern of patent It. ..., ROO s provl fo e ( ass ot 1807, for -
t- cretla, l rhr, Bulfast; ., i1., N,*. ..i .... Parclete, Tith six loops. 6w ug 15 t ROO.in ms provided for Ihe Ia s s ot 180, for To conclude with a new farce never performed
tv T'homan ialinmore. IComliencement day, at I. Rceme's opposite here, called
as Fron a sionn List, to.itnece-Ar. 17b, bri;g Wandntr, DAN'L MUN ROE, t'. aslsaclitsetts Elall. Coffee at 5 o'clock, P. -l.
t onw.ay,o Ma3bleoead, lrom Copelhagen forLBNson. 21s,' JA H X il 'N IN KING, Com JMJTE UR D JCTORS.
e, b'i(; An, Hi;l. heice, for Cronstds, satd passed up ,oO. 47, CO(AJ1IHNL, (1Up Stairs.) PTIIN FAS rf Com J-9.
i. 2aw. 1st. bsrig Htno:tti, Shiirtey fr. Msrhtieuid for dts. A, ecv additionuelsupply of pa-
OR -il.d, stills Aisn. t. her, o Bst ft. TrHavanan2l ece aug 15 epyistf nj PTicklets to be had during the da v and eve-
sr day s frosl Bristol, R. L for tic.; brig tettev, Virgih,do. tesst Timepiteces, warranted of good nation- nit'-It;t tile Garlleii...tt ,arlboro'-Hrstel, and at
So ; sh. Petre, Leech ry, f. oenh factre ; aod will be sold wl al"sale nil, retail at CLASS OF 1815. Mr w- No. 18, :O 'ill.
d-n or Giottiburg. 4 brigs I sedendene, nd, thelowe stca li s, efe lis o god l llE SS graduated at Cunbridge in 1815, D s a st o'clkperfItrmance
r o0o, r.d o. (r d.: shipsHtitp-.Dixey. do. forms a rhlehead. Watch Oie. Vathe lt t and led s s a-re minded that their annual meeting takes wil commence at past 7 o'clock, precisely
th Ship Braniin.o Heil-itt, for Cronstadt, passed tip, from usual. is6w nug 8 iiee at Contert Hall, Boston, on the evening of -
as nr, June 221-and the ti ne as to be released from I,,-.-, inst. at 7, o'clock. JOEL PRIES
as quar. ,irt day, having ar. 20tih. -"e-w able Linen, Carpetinss, e.tc.tc. \s. I"- ELOT si ot dEPcTsk. JUOElL PRIEST,
a- Theb Mcteo.-, Glover, returned toSt. Atgnstine, 21smt it. PER TRITON. i. l.ILO ESPECTFULLY intbris his friends and the
s, withthhe other ve.sels, and was to sail agaii 30th, for Pen- J. G. I'ALFRiY, Y. Committee. t poolie, thfat he has taken Store No. 24, Mer--
It sarila. ;I II. A ,A1NiItf
t No American vessel tsat Rotterdam, Juns. 28. Brig Jane, JOSEPH G. B ACON. h A. A. WANEi chOants' How-where he hnsfo, sale,a Gene1al As-
of this Dirt, for St. USes, sailed same diiay. 'as I..lg '. 6spis sortmentof W. i. GOODS, wholesale and retail.
Seh. Friendliiip, arstow. for 'Wilmington, iailed''friom A i- I ~ '. .
S eartinbque lst mildrieoftuo y. tlf m AS hr s .. .. ... | i 1 ...,, I. lt.ir- C L A SS O F 1818. i s 4 s 4s r ..
fSno ier oy fl nseur, June s2, states, that the Franci,i er,.-,i, a hN Vete I3 o rs of he laus, glRdatet t lar-N fc
Snot'.t wstt6itsILIsita, itsIS1S, lit-t oleetiel, tltat It.. STIR')NG has rettiivusd to thie eCone of
lid :,.iARKid- .' I.... tI ,n atters s-llts -a se niea"t to a "i o totar, ises- i f Onttllh Anbdeiooi-st-es-,I north side, (e(i-
te CI.ir Providtrie,nbrig Richard, Dailey, for Africa. tir, p u hgeeablv to Aute'of the last year, their Annualh side, (e
c .sa n,.h I. .il ,itns, assertt, Bosttt. Mltigiv 'ie holden i toso, 'on TUESDAY, trance o School-street.) Sisos aug 1 5
'. 3 r.'. -." trhg Dolphin, e-Con m easc s Tale Linen, amongst w ich Sre lanr tk .. ti rn !\hri trl' t iel. o W erea o S SS I N
Hiiralpt,,,iluit. 1n .0 ld Iti M-dstiorin. M foeea.forLon. Cloths, allsizes-Nupkinsktonroateltsuperiort -.1 ..Is t it t, litel. M, iete aS E C lS iNOS.
doen: s rrir. il. IHavre ; Danish bri Le 'utv su' L ; ;" e rss aho MISSES, E. & C. HA STiNGS.
",,..... u, ha. "-*t e caHses U ri.in'tzurnituesanoiIerplates"o' ie" ...r,.. it ,.i Bar of the Htel, Oin o r rtESPElC'rFULLY inliorlI, their friets aitd,
trr.' .. i,,.t i 9 irast. s LchI .rl, IIcl.s, Bucks. C do. nt'e Ditities ashonl fi before e 2the l inst. ., t the blictnat they pro.s.n taking a limited
Sport. -ILAUIH, AA uusto-Arrived, brig Rising 4 bales Ro Blankets, to guess JOSH UA AW RD, number of little Girls t- boar and eduea te. They
,-PHIL.ADELWpGIl, Atgirst 00- A'rrived, brig Rising 4. bales Ros e Blantkets, 7-4 to 13.,, )itB'IT G. \'I.LIAS, avtoce a regtlos achoor eatablished itt the house,
Sun. Fts,.i.. L,bra .rthe40; schs. Areas, Prinice, Port 1 case patent colored lThreads, Nos. 20 a 30, aII0ANIS 'I WINL Uommntittee. ,where ti e eul s hanees of heducato e taught o
Sla-t.i. II ; ODn ts Ann. Fisher. St. Andrews, 17 ; Hiramn, ttHA4 N wo
Tarr. Gloucester, 7. 11th. n. hri Washington, Berry.St. e- iS JOHN EViEIIE'T5T, also, the Piano Forte. wThe board and instruction,
- oh's, 17 ; s.SLL etc i ranti, rr, Boston,; sloostona3reasnm Nble tens as anibea worded. Very
mads,, I. Cl. shir Howard, tReiad,S t. Thomas; brig Car- o. 7 US Il E ERI t) Noa n T particular attention will be paid tot the improvement,
line, N.edlin, Han. EBSTER & UNDERiWOO) No. 83,9 D1 \ I t ,l OUTH COLLEG inorals, he:,lth;d amnd tsemens ofl any ho may be
NEW YORK, Aug. It-Arrived, stoop Gen. A. Jackl- tariket-street, have jtut pened for sale, EVEI AlGentlemen in BJosin, nd its vican- intrusted to their lmtrge.: Miases attending other
f son, Johnson, Eluthera, Bahamns, 11 days. Cl. ships H. al assortment of Muslin Dresses, itll and without Sty, educated at Dartmunti Collee, will dine schools may also be accomnodatetd with board, aund
ft Ki g, iBennet, Liverpool ; Mianrieter Patkrt, l asn- fiotlince, rietily embroisletesI.tl
hr Kin e Liverp ; Mnestr Pcke, La- ouncs roly embroidered.ether at Fent o's, in Sool-st. on i EDNES. receive evry tteittenin. T!he Miases i11. offer their
SSee t Aso ce rAaw Silk Mantlcs, elegant pat- D. Y, the 22d inst. being'sthe day of the annual sincere thanks to those Ladies adl Gei.tlesuen who
JaneT GihMORE.Aug eud 9-A. tvedshiss aWaash,Tck- -T re an( a lal e ii isred ea c Ctiommenc enent otfthat College. The graduates have titts f lr patrunsized thelr undertakilrs, and
er, ~tutterdain. 40 ;,Dumfiies. Hillert, New Orlenns; 27 ; thit College, wlo are disposed to attend, will trust byl every exertion t'r thle improvement and
Amazoni. Beard, St. S&lv.sdor. 35 ;sh.. Fasec, Wlhitlilg. )es ii -i ll send lWeir nAsiiu in Sason to ose of the usefulness ol those placed tindee th-ir care, to ex-
ton, St.frhti.mas,'t. CI.setis. Aohion, Reardt,St. r- saper. blac1 I lift Se ing Silk. en tie a, season to o of the seess se ace de n ce, to e
ma,stCaroline, Chapmal,Bostconi.hn, C. eAdSO,. udrlge. .1 PAR K, ,etrincea cttontinuance of it. R.flerence may be
SC LEWIS C MANSON. WEIISTER made to the Rev. M-. Lr.owe. Id,iston. For terms,
PoncePortoLKico, 13davis. ItHampton t.Roads, brip Do- lA o. 49, COR.\NIIIL, AUGUSTUS PEABODY, Iplease ttl apply at the Misses H. residence, northI
S id.Dinsaldson, 36 day from London bound to Ribhmond; AS j ust opened for sale, GEO. C. SHATI'UCK, sideof Popfar-Itreet. august 15
b'rig Placidia, Fairelough, from James River bound to I rase aiper. bfack Ihalian St-wings, SAMUEL L. KNAlPP.
Cowes and a market. I do. Cassimere Shawls, with borders, JJston, .Sugust 11, 18-1. 3spis -THE DINNER' ARTY.
Fo at n 'I do. (;.t do. plan, Tite etew Picture,
por anton ,Black Bombazines; do. Levantines; do. Sin- AIel1ishls Map United States, PAINTED sBY COL, HENiRY SARGENT,
The superior fast sailing', copper chaws; do. Sarsnetts ; black Nankin Crapes---o- An C C te S open tihi publIc view, at Mr. 1). L. Brown's
fastened and covered ship ZEPHYR, getlher with general assortment of iUrUOP'PE.AN ASld oio son te -i room, No. !2, Curnhill-square, adjoining his
6 s burthen, Wmn. Cleveland, supercargowill ai.d IN GOODS, wholesale and retail. r S ist e oly io which sh s the iole Academy, ever da i ni
sail for Canton Ist August. Specie will be ta- N. B.-Constantly on O hand for sale, IUJRN. United States Tcrrory tn a scale sufficieitly the. venin. Adittnce 25 cents till
ken out to be invested and bcrught back on reason- ING ARTICLES, of the best kind, and at st- largo general iforatio tetee e As sltto5 etts
Atlantic to tile Pacific Ocean, antd frosis the stost ma_;a epistf
able terms. Apply to the Sup eeatgo ni Salem', prices, ep;stf aug oI1r
ube teNo. A ly te Supecago i. Northern of the British possessions to the most
or tstf st AKER S HODGES. OL E Souther, patrt of Mexico, chibiting a very pic
ue 1 HHDS. prime retailing Mvlasses, now lan'd- ttluot squeandiinLerVs-tiUng viewaO' agrualepotS ot' Of
( 7 .OlICE.-The ship ZEPHYR having inlg atd fr sale by F. WATTS, No. 41, Nolth America. The whole hlas bee e:tefuly re-.
been unovoidablly detained, wil sail fir Canton in Long-wharf 2spis aug 1 vised aid improved up to tt res let peri d, tiand
a tew days. The shippers are requested to furnish exact bouy daries. d toy is d improved w ith 4lutsir
their orders on or before the 10th inst. ang 4 WVILLIAM E VGE R. exact boundaries. In this new rid improved it- i
S .s st't.pe1 lia buaetC'JI'R,-wIJt'.qRp'l the wholsof oMexIco and Yucatan, t.tethcr withli
S Vessel anted. AS for sale-14,000 lbs. bstEnghlish Card tie Island of, J'a.nica, Cuba, Sb Domingo P 'rto
SA.Vessel of 600 to 700 barrels bur- 11" Wire, No. 30 to 33, Rico, &c. Ic. In a supplement is shownts he ithi
then, is wanted for a voyage to North 100 boxes Cotton nd ]Wnol Cards, mus of Daisien, and connextn between -. aid a.
Carolina and back, by M UNSON & BARNARD, 10,010 ,I'ails Shoes sslitable fitr Southern market, Americai. 'his being the Map referred O t m the
17, Central-wharf, aug 15 1,000 boxes No. I and 2 Soap, tte Treaty with Spa,," ahd clearly dIliocatng til
TORTOISE SH LL. casks Madeirai Wine. Sm W JTuly 15 Floridas, ssd out Soath. -ester boundaries ton .xLx b iOn .01 Saiel Ori
TORTOISE SHELL. iDOerESTIC COFFEE.' tih Gulf of Mexico to tile Pacilic Ocean, is- lie-. 1 ,1.I TT rET
LBS. TORTOISE SHELL, just received DO 'I STIC ( OF lived with thi .most cursory ispection, would be 1 o. 7. .'IRK"-.T!EET.
150 andffor saleatNo .67,State-street,by 1n f BLS. best..DOMESTIC COFFER a sullicient rccommendattin. but i' other evit- f NE hundreds and fifty .thousaInd SliiLl.S of
aug i- is EDIVARD IBUTLER. NL -just received from one o n the most cel dence were wanting to secure the approbation, con- 0. the most elegant Polish antd Brilliant colours,
a(I -.,- cbrated manufacturers in Philadelphi, stand will be, fidence and "ptiroag hof the pubie, .he author collected from all pats of the World, a's arranged
TWHI.TE LEAD. sold cheap flrcash, by THO-S RICH, No 14, is happy to add, tla:t hlie has tie teastaonitlb of the soas to show thie different Orders of .-rchitz-ture,
TUST received a quantity of Englishl W IlTE 1oad-street. episln July 98 ot stiguished Stat,ae:stn, Ge, g I aphiers, ati l s t h lita l...A :.ll 7- 'y tileterm
J LEAD ground in Oil., in and cwt. kegs, -NO TICE. public bnd s i the U. V-'. fes A Modern I -I HOUSE,-
fo 'sale cheap sat No. 22, d-street. tson, Mr Sec'vy Adtilnss and sid l ulis the ll II I
O sal-She LetL.- r. a ...Bro'- 5 'i'it, as a -t rch l ilize. wiker. Asply at h u tsS-.n't-i at0 i'steat aid al soh 1t aLts ,: ,, l., .. ,J .-L, -
At.his.satctionofst'on. A.o O eed eve "y day, fom A.l-.iltt
L. REED & CO. Counting Roomn, entrice at No.S Stase-street, or whoaccollpalied Gen. MAtla, andi for ttee yea o e snedecs y, om A. M. L
AV '. IS, .TOVG-II F at sideB door, opposite Rogers'ltildiis8 -gted in vai't(,s twicCs of Mcxiuco --:vJea. sunset. Admnittu.,n -25 et.
A F S.\o.ES, LO-VG-f"IIA.F qC r-Pa-rtcular attentio, paidl tolthe rl.icleeof PotI Morse, D. .New-Hay., Colt. -.---- A LAD t trootd to attend the above.
11bs Pimeno '200bb. Alcxdria sup an Pearl Ashes. custei, author Univiorsal GazetceCr, Cainoridge r- 5gst 4 epist
Iie FbagsPitr so;200lia. Alexandria super- THOMAS DAFWES, Jr. P. Carrigailn, author of elegant Map ot a s- MANSION T O -r- e.
fine Flour; 140 M A'exandria Cigars. le'erece to-lon. Joa "'WL-S. l plt--also .ot Cum ittees o tie Ses o MANSION-HO USE 'w -Fork.
aug15 2 osttn, Jily 14,1821. 6spis ConIcticult, MNlassaclusetts, Nw-apshire and WILLIAM J. BUNKER
CARTWRIGHT & MITCHELL, N llie vi o wh ie had opportunity to eauitse tlis t ESPls1GTEFULLY informnas the public, that ha
CARTWRIGoGH & MITCHEL/L, CABOT & CLARKE, Map of the U S. o has taken th,. huIgt airy, anJ elegant House,
'yo. 6, CE'NT'R. L- 1ll.2RF.
S FYFER FOR SALE, o. 5, CE.'FRi.l.STREET, The tesumunials of Conlmmodore Bainbridge; No. 39, BRlAU)WAVY, .lew-Yo k, which is
428 bbls. supefine Flour ; 50 do. fine do. AVE received by the Triton, from Liver- Niles' Weekly Rtegister, .,ltiumore ; Mr. Picket, now prepared is a superior style for the reception
65 t e prime Rice pool, celebrated teacher, New-Vork, are all equally) flat- ot company; and where Ladies atnd Genutlemen can
Sbbls rlackedo Whale> ili 1 bale 'Carpeting; bnlds of Fl:nnels, trying to the Auithor's lMap uf die s\Vorls, on lr- be accoltmodated with lodgings, eidthr for longer t
W2)0 hlhs. rcked Whale Oil, Black Boimbazcstts i Cassihn-er's ; lHuckrams, caltolt's pi-ojection ;-but equally gratetut aid 4st ire ior shorter periods. "Families and Pasrties cant be
30 hhols. Pacific Ocean Whale O, Lace Goods; Triummings, k. su5bstanutal crcosilendations lto tsie \utho-r and his furnislhedt within private parlors, and seivirate ta--
5000 gallons Winter Oil first lty Ginghams ; Robes ; Cambries, Agen, Is a distinguished list of puOtic aoitl private bles, if dIesired. The house will be supplied with
1000 dn Sne doi d u. White and thlley Cr:tvats; English Silk Hdkfs. ch.aracters in Goanecti:ut, Massacisetts, 1N0 the choicest Liqu'rs, and tLe table with eover~y
1000 do. Suab W one m do aug R Blck and colored Tabby Velvets, Hanmpsuitre, andi Maine, including thie Executive elicacy that the New-York market aftThrds.-
3000 slab \Whale one. 1m aug 15 Imitation Muslins, DcIpartment of each State, and ite LegisiAlure of Great care will be taken that the servants shall be
-Tabbyl Velvets, .erino rFool, c'C. Imitation brown and white Sheetings, most of them, particularly a resolve of the Legia- of the most unexceptioinallecharacter aundevery F
Dowlas, ltusre of N. H.. authlurtisig die accOtCrC y el bltte efti)nt will be made to render tdie situation of a!l
FAIRFIELD & CHOATE. 7-8 and 4-4 brown and white Linenas. to pureliasc 12 colors, one to be deposited in tihc persons who nmay favor him with their custom'
NH No. 14, CENTR IL-STREET, aug 4 4is lRegistler of Deeds office in c.Icl cuuntyv, amai Lit. comfortable and agreeonble. epis2n June 11
AVE AT PRIVATE SALE, ... r.iueI in the L capsil.l SlecLuICL anId Selul s
I east. black colored Tabby.Veivets, IJDIGO, GIN GER, BRAIN.DY, .-c. ConuniLLteeif iustol So copies, One copy to be dt- NOTICE.
I trunk b bk. d Napestls Sewik.g pl wingSil A T pusIted in eachorth sepu blitz schools ;-- resideitta.a.u F JOHN FRASEiR, son of Simon Fraser, late
I ba:e superfine and common,blueroadcloths, ..A- trroess't Havar nivrit ;-Pr'UIesSor o A- Store keeper at Bermuda, in the servicepof
2 do. mixt and Hareback Sattinetts, To oe. 53, C TJ-'R.AL-WH.SRF, daverIns;ituroiou;-ltlcltJuast)cParkirluitJudges A : eal Britain is alive, as lie was last heard of in
1 case nett cotton Suspenders, jk AVE FOR SALE, bstprenie Court, oC. the United States, lie will hear of an event which
1 do. Plaid and fancy figured Cravats, 40 cases Bengal Indigo ; 810 bags Ginger, b ---o will entitle him to bnherit 10,0(0l pounds, by calling
1 btae twillcd Bombazetts, 670 do. Salt Petre0; 66 cases G ou Shellac, .Ielish's iaps of U. S. and British and Spanish at No. 88, Maiden-lane. G. \V. & II. BRUEN.
1 case Ladie, fine wh te Cotton Hose, 9 do. do. Arabic; 11000 Gunny ,gs, Possessions. .VNe- ork, July 24.
Britannia Hdkfs.; few black Leghorn Bon- 14 pipes Cogsae Brandy, (Outard's brand) Subscribers in Massaciusctts, who have not re-
nets i; Oil Cloths; American Ginghams.; light IS casks old Sherry Wise, ceived die Mapl U, S. i-c. alre infornted ait a ltwIc FOR .SALE,
Fancy PriltsI; black Synchaws tnd Sarsnetts. 40 hbolts Russia Dick c copies have justbeen recivd by Messrs. Cu st- liREE brick Houses aldla \Vialf, containing
.llso-100 boxes No. I and 2, Chocolate, 1500 Ibs. full blooded Merino Wool, MItBs N .ILLIAon, for di.tributon. The e- 1. over S ) iuare feet, siLualed onLyon-street, d
10 barrels ground Ginger, 100 bbls. Alexandria superfine Flour. ographical DesUripson," intended as a1 :>ppei.tx, ,rmerly the estate oli Joseph Whsiney deceased.
50 pair Wellington Boots, brass heels, o aug 4 istf o? key tp the Map, will alo be distrabutedlo aut- Inire of SAM'L PARKERi, Lynn-strcet,
1000 resi CogWnappi rg.Papsty, *e;Co per LeT d, & s -s-bcrs gb atis as soon is t iu reLturn. U l se elt tUg 15 6sp
2 bripes Cognac Bhe ady, Sheathinag Copper, Lead, &c. BUS car l ,e lad n coopletLe Lue work by LiehAuthor. i loUS' '10 1 E LET'
12 bbls. Cherry Rum, GILES LODGE, In addition toa description of all thie Countsriebsx"- y O be le:,a genteel brickl)wellitg-liouseacecom-
25 gross American Porter, Xo. 43, JBROIll. STREET, ltibited oun the face ot ite MtAtp, and tihe nuluratiamodated %ithagood well ofiwater, rain wa-er
I cakB M o lis, eril or quality ii HAS jist received by the late arrivals and of- to be obtained by thle Censtius, itWl be ll o alusIi c stero wood-house, and paved yard, within two
i bales Merino Wvool w superior quality, ld very by 1 local tis, v.Z: -uet l CU OItlfutllbutaiv- w Coio-.et t p' er
any o te above 4oods cases Sheathing Copper 20 to 30 oz. er, St. Loua, Great National Itoad, railts of 1- uearn. nquike at the Cmutiuel t uuntig Rooom. er
cheap to close several accounts. 12 do. i)right do. Copper, 22 to 28jz :., .r IA ll,.,.. ,I ,.,1 ; oston, .New-lork, Put- a ug 15
august 41 spis 50 Rolls Sheet Lead, 3 to6 Ibs. ....iU.I, U.. L ..i.. l.triet tCf lulutmb.a,Cha.ries- u n
I'nOB 'CO 12 casks dry White Lead, ton, aid iew-Orileau.i. l'O BL- LET1., -
T-OB6O. 1 do. do. Red do P-rice ot tie Mtop ald Desriptiont to suosntribers g LIE large tand coms odious .usnusion House, on
BAKER & HODGES, !JVST)RE-- al0 to ton-subscribers s 1 2. ug 1the Tenlsill armt Charlestown, about 2.
"TI JAo. 30, I- DlJlA-STtEET, 50 hida. very old English Copperas, s ltes froiu town, just ptut incomuilete repair, pleas.
'AVE fir sale, just:received-9l2 hhds: Mary- '12 casks best English Card wire, assorted Nos. Patent Composition Green. ant.ly situated, andl convenienut for a private family,
.e o "at & I, a' S--atr. .3,,.. -... ...---2..o A NEW A'lTICLh soun VEsShELS BOTTOMS,. or lbr a biarOiit g house or Laveru, with Coach 1
fo bhhds. Kentucy Tubaco, T ............. Leiud Pipes suitable for Aqertncts all sizes, j US.' recivstvled a supply of uttssel's highly alp HLouse and Stable, and so nuen ot o tile grounds
.6t bales New-Orleana Cotton, april IS istf t proved Patent Greeu Cuonplsusitionl, for' vesasels aboutit as mal be desired. For tlirther pairticulars
200 cask' Cltaset Wine, bottous. This article which is so hlughly esstebmed inquire utf GEORGE G. CHANNINS.i, Kldby-st. e
500 biasketaSald Oilfof 12and 6h ottles each, en- ELIGji.T .PhiJRSOLS. in New-York and other ph ces where it has been who' will receive proposals lor ihe same ;iugs i5 9
titled to debenture; 9 pipes Lisbou Wine, WM. LINCOLN, used, has gil en entire stistfaction, is now otlfereld -O .BE LE ,
4 bales striped Seersuckers, L SaI'E rc fotbrs.lu by L. FEARING ol CO. No. 920, Met- ",' 1o1 i', ,
40 chests Cinese Ve ,iion, a ,- chants'ot, wilsth 'rcLonsfol using the sme rO ,HRE Houses oe situateed at the north part
57 chesks Rincse ,Surmiaadion, Ngo AS" this day relt i:dyen, tio-s l Phauss phi, a chantsh, withairectiuf u sng tt aIe. .1 t w oi, its Psssssh-strcut, ansd oise so i
Sau" s ice Surinam ad io Negro Cao large assortment oif Parasols, coasisting of lse fol- ."hs1 July 8_ hses-street. Rent from 65 to b3lO per year. P
ags "- lowing varie.ty'of patterns, viz: rYT'OL!EN, Inquire ofLUTillEH IIXBY, Nu. 5, Fish-street.
Copartnership Dissol-ved. Flowered Silk, Lined, and Ivory Hauhdles, Tnesdav eight, the 7h of August, from august 1 d
SIHE connexioi in business heretotfore, existing Levantine Sdo. do. flowered borders, Ivory do. tiles Linen sirs; 6 Crvats 4 Sik ldutfa IVI'T .IUISE J W.i~,Wai mD
Jt elee t 1 subscibers, under the firm o Florece do. i do( t1. do. 16 isean a/ts-ie Pocket ills.; w binssi Sur- sTA. IE U in a thinlyy, a healthy youg wo-
BACON, SPOONER & iJO. is by mutual cot- Lvasntine do. lined star fringes tot; i pair frasers '2 pair mests Shous 9 muss, wfithanws a* st' heast ofnteilk. Noise rseed
seat hereby dissotved. Allptrsons haviogtdesnastds F-lorece ds. s. do. do. toaut, s trpe. jea s, Pa aulaoo ussi 1 M s eilles Vest.; apply a i cannot produce ustln uliteU reco nttden-
against said firm, are requested to present the same Do. do. lowered borders without ifringes, aIruge s D)eca.tes; 1 sitver sIate Ctl n letieck, odstiO. Apply at the Centicl Cou.iung uRoomn. C
it- payment; and those whose counts and notes Levantine do do. i. s 2 large notuer a.cst A liberal le usd u i be aug 15
have been of reasonable time standing, are called Florence do. Lain fri, pand sre othe etur of the s ier ier tteti OJal rewid o OJ b auIVA'TED. b
upon to adjust the same. BSitsnet do. do. edo. the tiforthelieren on thepr>pertytio l at No-. :3, 'tet- N iTEs .
WVILLIAM BACON, Do. do. fir chilhre hee .hief or leveson ppction at No. 3, N in a family, about 4 miles from ,t
Is ILLI A,\ I..ALNLIIs The above will be sold at very reasonallle pri con-street.t. taUguSt 15 W town, a Wornon, t1 do the ecessary work
V iLLIA M H. SP',J3N.R. ceos. eliaGw maa 293 Jl'T.IiNED, of tise iasme. Good recosiutendations wili be uc-
Roxbury', \st J.i-.:, a '2l. ... ..-- -- s" .re Apply at the C --l I- "i H .N a Ilard Ware Slorc, n active young Man, 1 1 -
ILLIAM ACON ILLIAM fss..l.. J rom 18 to 20 years of age, one whlo writes a 5 iis
businessarthe firm o '" ff \ '7J t,. wd o e uametn oth- Mminirator's Sale qt auction, in
BACON & SPOONER. o Room. augustttsu Ot Tte tURmtsA.ii, tltha.tiyof Astgnstnext, c

Respectfully invite their friends and former custo- 5 'll g.. -" )6 .
aners, to call on thenm at theii Store, in Roxbu-v. -,. TO H: .LEl iOR FOi l 'r LE, building thettu, -loitghe td Aedst n ot
street, here they may be assured of receiving ev- WO gentel Dwelling hluse, sited nea the late Z. e Adams, v e
ry attention, :ad of finding a complete assort- Mout Vern, on, nwdoin-place, witlievery Roxbury-street, one large wooden house, and tbe
ment of ENGLISH GOO S, on liberal terms, as cnveie,, e fo, r a genteel family, wills two par- outer ait brick Stoe, w.it thluelds joig. -
usual. au rs, batltri room, and seven chalntiers in e:sJl, .Also-two Houses it Zeigler-street, one a brick
WILLIAM 1.ANGLEY informs his friends and FIARR.,NTED GOLD L.E1F. Lesides two chambers in the attic story bor domes. house, tnd tihe olher ituooltes e.t o Tlerms made
customers that he containes business at his store, r AN'UFACTJURKi and sold by JUSTU. tles. Possession given on or before the first of Stp- known at sale. SalIe to conmle precise t -
near the Rev. Dr. Porter's Meeting-house, ;. Rox- V LINCOLN, No.' 47, Cortnlill, J oston, ar member next. If sold, cash o credit at the option o'clock, P. M.Nol the i rsttt l oden housc.
bury, where he has a complete assortment of DRY DAVID FELT, Stationer, 63, State-street. of tle purchaser. Inquire at the Centinel Coiout- I, j N 3!' v Et iK rt' S
GOODS and SHOES, which ihe will sell at fair pri- ,Also-Silvr ti Brss do. Gold, ver ngRoom. burty, ". 1'o!. T
cos. is Roxby, 1st Aug. 1821. Copper Bronze. listL Julte 16 "'ant-a good COW. Inquire as above.
auig t itt

THI D.iDA at 11 o'clock,
SOn India wharf, side,
100hhIts. New-Orleans SUGAR, of very aupe-
Srior quality. --
i Olive Oil.
i rUis DAY at ast 1 n'clocLk,
Oplosite Vo. '25, 0entral-wba-f,
100 baskets fresh OLIVE, UIL, 1 largc siz'

utto s each, au entitled toa denbeituroe Ot $ t
per basket.
Retailing .Molasses.
THIS DAY at 4 past. 10 o'clock,
Opposite V.o- 24, Central-wharf,
41 hhds. Suritam MOLA/SbES, suitabletfor
Rium and Brandy.
THIS IDAY st 12 o'clock,
Opposite JVo. 18, Central- Wharf; north tirde,
26 lilJs. irmiLalion RU., a very'supet ior arti-
ole; 9 pipes American BRANDY.
TO-MO.1RHOW at i12 o'clock,
..1 the T, L.N'G- .WHARF,
The fui;t sailing selt'r MILLER, 146
tons burthen, is in good repair, and carn
be plt to sea at a trifling' expense ; she
is admtirnbly Well calculated for a regu-
lar packet, having, very sciej i-i-
comnlods:tions. The inventory may be seen on p-.
plication to S.F. COOLIDGE.
BY T. K-. JONES Sc 0 Co. '
FtlD)AVY next at.11 o'clock,
t-the 1o0'7g Room, Inca ar,&
The Cargo of the lisip Ida, Wiiiiiams; master,
froMB Pulo Pekang, viz :-3828 piculs heavv Pep-
per ; 625 bags Sumatra Coff'e; 107-2 begs Siiar
Sugar, of the first quality; 63 Hides; 21 piculs
Rattans. ( nidiLions liberal, and will be made
known" at the sale.
Purchiasers may examine the above articles two
(lays preceding the s:de, by applying at No. 7,; In-
TillS DAY at 9 o'clock.
Will be sold, *ithoutt reserve,
A large and valuable assortment of House FUR-
NITUiti,, well wnrtthy the attention of purchas-
era, viz :-2 Boreans ; 4 Secretaries c 1 hair cloth
Soth; 8 buhir bottomed Chairs ; tfalcv and common
do.; IIown, Geese tnd common Feather Beds;
Ladies' WorklTables ; WNsh ad Light Stands a
Card Tables; Portabie WVriting Desks; 0O Mat-
trasses; Carpets; Looking Glasses ; elegant Rifle
Gu.i; I cask Melting Pots; 5 Willard's and Dy-
e. 's imeipieces, warranlted ; Knives and Forks;
Glass, China andt Kitclen tFuraiture, &c'. e.; 3)
Traveling T''rinks.
TllS DI at 9 o'clock,
Xo, 5, K;LBY. ST1f'IE',
A genera! assortmentof BOOK'S, .ir..a.. tl.i-tr-.
Moshieim's reclesiastie'lt History, 6 vols.; Sau-
rin's Sei-ons, 7 vols.; Life of' .Althcrine II, 2i vols.;
Famnilyiible ; Peter I'ldlar, 4 ilS. ; Cuowper's
Homer, 4 vols. ; Analecutie Magazine, 10 vols;;
Pit:llips' Speecles i 16 Blackall on Dropsy; 6
Faithorne on tile Liver ; 11 Maps of thie Liiteed
States ; Binciroft on Colors, 9 vols. ; Matlthus on
Population, '2 vaoI.; Ortoni's ExAosition, 6 vola.;
Ridgely's Body ut Divinity ,4 vols. ; Faber on the
Fropiiecies ; Empor-ium of Arts andt Sciences, 2
vans. ; Life of Knux ; Ely's Theological Review,
2 vols., Dryden's Vrisil, vols. ; W'Valkn's'8v
Dictionary ; Dobson's encyclopedia, with supple-
uent a'ld platee, 2i vols.; iTable.u de Partis, 12
torles; Huntoti's Biogrsaphy, 5 vols.; Young's
Voyages; 3 vols. ; Sav ary's Letters; Lee's Bom- .
ny ; Trumlbul's Works,'2 vols. ; Pecket Bibles;
.-nis''nisrH, 1 i 1 M- 1 ,, i. i .. I
i i. .. l Ui Jr .itL Vtie kslS-i vo -ia. ..., :.t 'a
Lhp -. tn \Vui I. Robirsuui's Manp of-Mexico
Lewis' U. S. and \V. Indies ; 20 copies of eCrwa' -
Wul's .Miap of thie Starry leavesl, &-c.
.t, 11 o'clock, jor the berfit. of the Undlei'-rit-
ers-5 cases containing about 15-0O volumes of ihe
euret .1 ouraul of Congress.

Furniture, c.
On FitIDAY text at 9 o'clock,
Sundry articles of FURN FI'URE,. viz:-2el-.
-gant mahogany Clairs, will hair seats; fancy and
onuniaon du. ; field Bedsteads; MaUtrasse ; Ta-
iies;- handsome Ti"mepiece ; brass Fire Sets and
Fenders; Silver Ladle aind Tea Spouns ; Liquor
Cases IIndia China Dining Sets ; double plated
Hart'es,; Looking Glasses i Glas3 and Ctockery
Ware, &c. &ec.
At 11 o'clock-13 pair very handsome Chinese
WVindow Blinds ; an elegant upright PIANO
FOR 'E, with additional keys, ue. in good or-
ler, equal to new ; one P'iatio kForte,. made by
ihaippel & Co. London, with additional keys, &c.;
Second hand Piano Forte- and a handsome ulhanm-
ber ORGAN, 3 barrels 4 stops, and well to leld.
Sugar, Tea, Wine, c'c.
On FiUDAY irext at 10 o'clock,
.Ao. 9, KILB Y. S'l iRl E'',
500 bags Calcutta Sugar, HBagga ad lienares, be-
ng balance of the Union's cargo; 22 hox5es superii
or brown Havana Sugar ; 3U chests Bohei-a Tess; 30
Scasks ColnImeiar Wine i 60 casks sweet Malaga
ou.; to hds. Shrub; 7 bbis. ground Gincgtr.
.dAlo-17 bbls. 35 bags and I tierce FIMISNTrO.
(j'Pout Ashes wanted.

Genteel Furniture.
On THUHSDAY, 23dl inst. at 10 o'clock.
It the HouSseof D.Avio Sai;ns, Estq. at the corner
of tsmerset and Beacon streets,
A variety lit useful and ornamental Household
The Articlei may be examined at 9 o'clock on
lhe morning of sale.
BY I\VII1'\VEL i, BoND & CO.
On TUESDAY, 4th Sept. next,itl10 o'clock,
.I WHITWiELL. iOND & UCo'S Olfice,
Mo. 2, KIJlBY-S'T'EET,
1000 ocests Young Hyson TEA, Canton Pack-
t'scatrgo; 500 do. Hyso:n Skin do. Ant's cat-go;
92 do. Soucholig do.; 975 j do. do. do. Gov. En-
ieott's dto.; 128 hesis Hysou do. Archer's do.
Catalogues will be ready, tud the sample chests
pe.d tIfor exanatiaon on Saturday and Monday
preceding the day of sale.
...'t Private Sale...
32 oz. Muttsk. Aso-1-I case black Sarsnet; 1
o. black and high colored Sewing Silk ; bales Do-
estic Shleptingsand Shirtings, bleached and brown.
Real Estate in Randolph.
In WIDN ESDAY, 12th Sep. next,at3 o'clk. P.M.
About 40 scros of Land, with tie Buildings-
ei'g the homestead of Richard Thayer, late of
aid landolphl,. deceased-is situated near the ols
eeting-holse. Conditions at sale.
GEO. ODIORN:E, 8dm'r.
O3i TIURISDAY, 23d isst. at 3 o'clock, P. Mi .
Near the Store of Chiltls'c Hicliards,
Will be sold,
12 new handsome CHAISES aid IIAIRNESS,
complete to each, whlchl are warranted good as to
aterials andil w'rkimanshipi. Such an opportunity
buy a good Carriage and Harness doe.s not often
ccur. Evely Chaise will then be sold to the high-
st bidder. terms made known at thle sale.
4splsa JOHN SEAVER, Auct'r.

URl Seal Skins of a superior quality, with thi
hbair pulled, suitable filr Napping; lrin;1
spring Hiaver, and Mlusquash Skins- tor sale by
IMOTHY DODD, No. 6, Merchants' Row.
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7ISIONS of youth, where have you fled,.
V That lhr;ghten'd up mo early morning,
Aw i d:iac'l so gaily round iny head,
And every scene of' life adorning?
Ye usnad to cheat me into hlis---
A With raptures dwe hlig on to-morrow ;
AndD noW'3c've l'lt lfie only this-
The sadt reality of sorrow !
Al! ageA hath drove ye all away-
NYitli its ober wise reflections ;
Nor upilhl let Ie fondly stay,
And steal upon the mind's affections
0, come again, and cheer my heart,
I'll love i,., sweet deceivers ever C
Nor will 1 let ye 'gain depart,
No, no, never 0, no, never! A. S. G.

To the I.szigna in the Centinel of the 4th inst.
YES, CinARLET Fox, a spot there is 'tis true,
Full well its nnnim and limits known to y ou.
Smocoth as the ice-clad lake its surtac- lies,
And May's soft green its colour scarce outvies-
No vegetation there-no genial sun-
No rain descends-ino sliding rivers" run-
go imoon nor star to bl'ss the accursed place-
?atIrc revotls at errirg man's disgrace.
But man ashamed to sin by nature's light,
Wihi oil and tapers (qut iflies) the igliht
I'bhere pools oit artificial fist abound,
And pearl and ivory Counters d.-ck the ground,
YLike paper money put in pawn for cash,
To uc redeem'd unless the bankers crash)
There gold and silver leaps in order stand
To make il close fist Av'r'ce ope his hand ;
But every evil passion of the mind, -.
And every ill that oft beset mraikiid, -
Reign uncontroli'd where'ere this sut you c find.J
WlIat V 'th we Yankees think it no bad thing
A law hmorn Knave should captivate a King
Yet loyal subjects still old Cromwell damni-
Beeause, fini ,> olh, lie clianc'd to hold the Pam.n
Now' reader, to avoid t'Ihis ftal shore,
The (JGamnig T'aLle'" slun--I ask no store. 0.

Morocco Case Manufactory.

Opposite the Okld S'oth, up the Court.
M .\ A. UkAC'TULES Morocco, Minacure
SW.tei, Spectacle Opera and 'heriuoictler
Cases, of everydiacription-uancy Work, Ring tund
J 3ewe.ry Boxes ;' Backgammnon Boards ; Pocket
Books. [Port Folios made :.nd repaired in a neat
STlie above work, for neatness and durability,
has iatud Lthe test of' this town for several veals,
andi is olftcred to the public as low (and some low-
cr) that cani be imported.
N. B.-All orders ,eft with Mr, John Piercec,
Optician, No. 2, MAarlboro'-street, will he strictly
auended.to, and gratefully acknowledged, tf J 9

J OHN DAY,-Silver Smith,
. 'o. 8, WHater-st. opposite the Post Office, Boston
M Ab8'NIC Work done alt slirt unoi.e ; '.Vatcli
cases a:il bwioids Gilt and Swords Plated.
IN. B.-All kinds ot Silver Work made to match
any pattern. lawtf July 18

SUA MEiE i t AnbriM tSNT.
Old Line of l1ail Stages, from Boston to
T EAVES Boston on Moindays. Wednesday,
Sand FPrida) s, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and arrives
atF rancestown same evening. Leav'es Frances-
towni at 4 o'clock. A. M. ; dines lt Windsor, and
Irr-iesrit-Rioysali t-,,- D,,va A... 1 sta
- i t at 4'o'cLocK, A. M. aud carries at nut'lnigtoi
-a.sme' evening.
-l'Tr URIVIG Leaves Burlington at 44
o'clock, A. M. on Tuesdays, TisurlsdiO s and Sa;-
urdays, and ar'r'ves al Royalton same evening.-
Leaves loyvaton at 4 o'clock, A. M. sAd arrive.
-Att Fraiices'town samne enenlig. Leaves FPraices-
to,, o at 4 o'clock, A. 2M. and arrives in Boston at
4 'clock, P. M.
Towns through which it passes from Boston :
CLh ,,i ;ir., .., Metfbi'ud, Woburn, Billcrica,
ChlI. 'i.',l, "1 yngsborou'glth, Dunstable, Amherst.
lounIt Vernon, F1'.iiacstt,wn,Hillsborough, Wash-
ington, G.shen, Nei port, Cia'emont, Cornish,
"A indsor, (Vt.) Hartiisnd, Woodstock, Baroard,
Royalto, Randolph, ilrookfie'd% Williamstown,
Mor.tpelier, 'Waterbury, HIlton, Willistonto Bur-
lington, then by Steamboat for Montreal.
Each, passenger allowed thirty pounds baggage
gratis. One hundred and twenty pounds equal to
a. passenger. Tie Propr"etors will not be acconot-
able lr any baggage unless receipted tor.
Stage Books kept at RILEY'S, No. 14, Bank-
street, Bostou, and at JOHN HOWARDS, Bur-
DEAN & ALDS, to .n
EDMUND LAWRENCE, -to imdsor.
F. & J. PETTIS, Pr's fron
JiOIIER'T ARKFR, W itp's f'rto
H. RItS EATSON, Windsorl'to
JAMES WHITCO.MB, urlingtoui.
July 25 eptf
The thorough bred Virginia Horse
S"ILL stand theensuingsensonii t Major James
SV Brown's Far m, in Lexi!.gton, 10 miles from
Boston, at the mniderate price of 15 dollars the
Mare, to warrat a foal; 12 dr6il"ars the season, or'
8 dollars the single leap, and I dollar to the Groom,
limited to 20 mares ; he will be led to Bvrifihton
every .laonm'y, and step at JDudley's 7'Tvern
tlirouig, the day. Payment may be made to the
subserlber, or to Mr. Leonard Broii-n, who takes
charge rf.the Horse.
-'.ARIS from distant places furnished with
keeping at a reasonable price, but all casualties at
the risk i,f' their owier's.. r
"T[ii Horse was bred by thlie Hon. Jos. Lewis of
Virgiua, tle Ircsei;t owner, from th,- very best
stock -of running lHorses in tlh.t State. lie i a '
beantiful buy, about 154 hands high, uncominmi ii
well made, with great hone and muscle, bL:tck
Inane, tad anl d legs, five years olh last June ;-!his
sice was the irnmprted Horse Eagle, one of thie iist
distinguished racers.ofhis day, ai will alpe'ir by
lthe Eiglish Racing Callendar, andone of the largest
adl most beautiful Hiorses in Eogland. Engle was
impoi ted iuttothur United States hby Mr lell, in
thie sar 1716. He is iull brother to Spread Eagh.,
asn will appear by-the St. d-book, page 337-was
gotten by Volunteer, hisidam by Hihliflyei-grand
das Iby E;gimnec gregre raLtgId iun by Caile-great
great grncrd dam Lass of tlie Mill by Traveller,
Mis .ilak less, 'c. ke.
The dhun oif \biJtltle Jacket, Iris, was gotten by
the imported florse Slirling-her dam by the im-
potrted torse Citur de Lio -her grand dum was
i r. .1eace's celelttated umtinuiis Mare Oracle, who
was got by the imported Hoise Obscurity-her g. g.
dani by Celon'--J g. g. clam by the imported Hlurse
Part e---g. g. gg. dam by the impoirted Horse
.1uncc-g. g... g ;g.g dam by the imported Hom'se
Vllii.lA-g. g. g. g. g. g. dam by the imported
tklre .h ,llhy lRoger, out of an imported Mare, the
property of Peter Randolph, Esq.
Charl/ei.own, July, 1821. 2n,
W ANTED immediately, a young Mn, who
can produtie thi- best recounniicdatiolis, to
go i nto a fInoily in New-York. Also, two professed
C'ik unmt places. Wanted, two Girls tto go into
piu l i,diouses to do e'haiml,erwork. WVuted, ac
s .:; ,; adetii color d mI anl to go into a filin ly.
tr'di~i,. having stall telnemel.ts to let, can have
ll. wi' ria'urmi c.itis in this office, and geniod ten-
awt's pro'.'idld th. eln.ii] Also. a feIw Ioualders acan
bo acuiintieilatld with board'on reasonablee terms
i t ilii telligeneu Office ,N<. 4, ;9rnhillCouir'.
haig 1 I 3sp

For Cadiz.
A few tons or bbls. freight will b
a talzen if offered within a few dayd.-
Apply to K. LOCK, No, 5, Congresa-square.
ll.so-smei'Ac Frright is vintei t'rn,-t. ;eir:,s
offered immediately. Apply as abrve. aug I
For Sale, or Exchange.
The brief 'IRXVELLER, high dlecl
128 tons, has been lately shealied, sai
and carries well, and is well found-if in
mediate application is made, she will
sold a bargain, or would be exclhalged if
a low ('eckd.l vessel of 170 or 180 tons, or one wit
a high deck ot'220 to 240 tons. Apply to BREW
ERit, BARRETT & DOPMt, No. 41, Ceutra
wharf. aug 1
For St. Barts, and a Market.
I'liThe superior fast sailing sc
UNION, Lamsnon, master, will me
with immediate dispatch. Forfreigh
apply to GEO. O LA.MSON,supe
cargo or WHIT'NEY & GOUL.D,N
3, Cctral-strrct. sne 8

Prime Rice, Madeira Wine, c.
( S ''l' lERt ESprime Rice; 40 casks sup
0 iot thiinu Whale Oil-landing from II
v.ana packet and sloop Bledford.
4 qr. casks superior Madeira Wine, entitled
50 casks Summer strained Sperm Oil, best qu
5000 galls. inter Pl'.essed do. d do. do.
400 boxes Spermaceii Candles, different size
do: do.
10 tons VWhIale Oil, in hlilds. and tierces,
Whale Bmne; Ruissa Duck, &K- for sale 1
tral-whlirf. ii aug 1

s. 41, CENRJ'JiL- I VWHAJ1 l
AI AVE for sa e, lanilig h'om brig Coirrina,fi'c
[ Matanzas--41 bags prime reatiliig CO
FE. a"ug1I
Howvard-street t.nd lexandria ,Mowu
tain Flour .
J. & J. HOWE,
Jo. 15, LO.NG-VWH.L1RF,
T AVE now landing from schooner Hope, ai
Itr sale,
133 bbls. Baitimore Hloward-street super. Flou
293 do d.). do. fine do.; 25 half bbls. do.
lso. lamidtiig from sloop Econominy,
307 bbls Alexandria Alountaio superfinel'our,
100 do. do. d. line do.
40 ldo. Flour-all of'the first quality. aug 1
6 11 4AO BALES prime Louisana CO I'TON, no
6/M landing from the brig Mexican anid t
sal- buy it. D. SHEPHERD, '28, India-whart.
July 18 5p
S BALES washed Buenos Ayres Wool;
1 do. Correnties do. aee from Burs'-
47 do. prime Cotton; 20 do. Irisli Flax,
9 do.'American do.-tor sale by MUN S'ON
BAUNAR.), No. 17, Ceitral-whart. ung I
75 pipes Holland Gin,
100 qr. casks dry Malag Wine,
35 pucheonts St. Croix RIinm,
5 cases' Silks; Crapee, Concans, Gauze an
.50 hales Alabama Cotton, all entitled to debe
25B bars Spanish Lead,
10 hhds Kentucky (old) Tl1Acco,
.1 do. Scotch Snuff; 7 cases Sewing Silk,
2 do. Embroidery do.
500 bhls. ones' No. I, and 2 R.osin,
15 AM. pitch pine flooring Boards,
4 cases Cassia Buds, ; .
Bags and bbls. Cocoa, &a.' &p. ang t

o,'iult-A few duoz'enll Tortoise She
(onibs, l :'g ize ; 1 case Initialion do. do. do.
For sale ), MUNSON & BAwINARDr No.-
f:eim r:il xIi.r f. a sI ng

OSIA-I BRAIJLEE & CO. No. 20, Indi:
: street, have laniiiig from sloop Flr1ra, for sale
125 casks VWhale OIL, of superior quality,
17 do. Sea Elephant OIL. aug 8

DAKER & HOITGES, No. 30, India-atree
1 haie for sale, landing from brig Gov. Brook
40 bales New, Orlesis Cotton,
e1 om sch. Blake,
57 tierces Rice. -IN STORE-
33 hales New Orleans Cotton,
90 ihds. Kentucky ''obacco. aug. I
"fASH (50 cents pet pond) will be given, fo
) first quality HOGS BRISTLES, at LAN:
SHUNEWELL's, l)on:k-sq.
.j3'Shoe makers' Bristles for sale as above.
aov 8 l ,,ntl2is
""'AS constantly on hndl at his Manifactor
Lj. 'No. 27, Newbury-asreet, Boston, a large as
sortment of Block Tin Wa e,

viz:.--Block Tin Tva Pots; do. do. I t1ehers ; d
do. Wash Bowls and Ewers; do do. Tumblers
do. do. quart and pint Beer Pots ; do. do. Lamps
with a general assortment of 'ewter Ware.
N. 1.--The above articles are warranted to b
of the best materials and workmanship-also
cheaper than at any othel manucietory.
arch 24 pptt
Italian Sewing Silk,
MV1IE Suhbscrber has obr sa:e, 2 cases best Ital
ian Sewin, Silic; I case Florentinet ; 1 case
gdt Buttons, Ribbons, S.c. &r. which will be sol0
iow for can', -'Chamibers 56 Cornlihll.
may 5 eptf fENJA\MIN DOW.-

Fresh Goods for Cash,

1 .\o. 1t KILBY..ST':.EE'S,
S" AVE just received a large and general aissort-
mentofl Fresh mpoi ted EUROPEAN and IN
./so, on hand-A complete assortment of Amer-
ican Ginihlamns, Srilpk's, Clhecks, Bedlickings
Bruwn and Bleached I ., i,,, nd Shcetings, Sat-
finets Caassimeres, B.. ..I.. I. Flannels airns
Thread, &c. &c. wlichi are offered low fo ash.
april '21 2aw 8 w
TO BU) LT.l',
rT O a small respectable family at 5100 per an-
tuin, a sm all House, pleasantly situated. In-
quire of A. P M:dlon,, at the Cai penler's Shop,
opposite P iggles' Market, Cambridge street.
snil 1
BO.O fI)D a .
EVERA L small children can be accommoda-
ted with l,bord and srcholiug, on moderate
terms, saout 8 minils frnm Boston, in a" pleasant
nil.d Ienlthy situation, where they will receive ev-
ery iiecessarVy attention. For further iio'urmi.tion,
nquire at the C'entinel Counting Hoom. aug 8
A CONVENIENT arndl ple3:ia.itly situated brick
vDwelling Hlouse, in Higb-street, within agoono
plaVed 'yard, out-hliiiaes, pump itid aqueduct. 1uo
ready fr the rf'eption of a genteel I.i Il. If 1no
otherwisee soon disposed of, it would hlie lease for a
genteel lonurdirg-house, andl the rert takii i.,
board, if preferred. inqcuire 4t Zo, 8, C u:l.d-
w rt't aug

Dissolution of Copartnership. OTICE.
e "T OTICB is hereby given, that the Copartner- f IrHE A M itmrcaturig Eslabhshmcnt which the ASS
sip h'erelofore existng in Alexandrla,(D.C.) subscriber has heretofore conducted as Agent J' kjJ J i -J S
- under the firm of IDUNBAIR & TOWNSED, for tie Newton aion Work Co., will after the 15th T UE
if nd ia lhoston, under that of TOWNSBND & inst. be continiul ansd carried on by him in his E ii D C IE D PL I C E S.
4 DUNITiK is.'-by-ctc cileath of Psrn DUx-- own namen All unsettled accounts a'd demands W',"_H P a t p to inforna
dissolved. All personal haviu cla imis, which tay ten exist, will be settled yiden s HE Proprietorsofthle BOSTON GLASS MANUFACTORY,. havethe pleasuretoinform
land all indebted, are requested toni akm ap li ica- usual. RUFUS ELLIS. J their friends and the public, that they bive reduced the price of the
tionifor adjustment to DwIUHTT MIN TCAUL, sq. in Boston., hAuust 7, 1821.
I Alcxandria, who is duly authorize- andm'inBoston ENJAM N C. W D & C .W N L A
- Boston, Aug. 1, 1821. Surviving Partner. gAVE received by. the '1 riton-cases of Cot-
or' JS8 ton, Fla g and Bandanna Hdkf'. to such rates as will make it cheaper (i.s weight and quality considered) than Cfown Glab--
th Natice is hereby given, that the Co- Cases white and figured Mslin Cravats imported from London and Bristol.
V_ partnership heetotbfore exist'i, ini Friederieksbug, IDo. black and white and dark check Ginghams, r Bristcl. -:
al- Virginia, mlluer the firm of JOSEPH WlrrTIE- Do. Hamilton Cords; Jaconet Muslins, The superior'l y, in strength and brilliancy, which the BOSTON (.L "S possesses.over all
MORE & CO. is by the death of t'ETERDttNJAn, Do. Cotton Shirtings Cambric Calicoes, other, is too well known to be questioned, and the Proprietors are determined thanoth'ing
J'. uof Alexandria, disolved fi'oi this. date. The Do. black and eM'ored Bombazetts ..
business will be continued by the surviving part- Do. figured Bombazetts.; black Bombazcen, on their part shall be wanting to render the Glass manufactured in future equal to any they
. ners, under the same firm. All persons having de- Do. N orwih and Tartan Plaids, have ever made.-
1et nsiands are requested' to present them and all ])o. black qod slate oVors'ted hose,
t holse indebted tomake payment to either of the Do. V:dentia, Moleskin and Toilifiet Vestings. The price of CHELMSFORD GLASS is also reduced, and offered foatsale, (together with
'- undersigned. ISAAC P. TOWNSEND, aug 8 For sale No. 36, Broad-street. an assortment of SOUTH BOSTON FLINT GLASS) packed in excellent order for trans.
,. JOSEPH HOlIT''EMO1E. STOCK FOR S.tLE T COST. portation, at the Boston Glass .ianuifactory, Essex-street.
Boston, August 1821. ALENTINE O. B. BRO.WN & CO. being fOrders directed to the' Saperi.tendant of the Boston Glass .Manufactory, will receive

0c-1I. P. TOWNSEND will contin- V about to masce different arrangements in their prompt attention, tf July 16
,e- ue bu-iness at the store t'frmerly occupied by line of bIsiness, respectfully invite their Customers -. -
a- TOWNSENDI)&DUNBAR, No. 119, Long-wharf, and thePublictocallatNo. 6P. Cornhill, where JOSEPH SIMONDS, Jun. OTICE.
and offers forsalendria and Fr cb F, sedl at a action and elsewhere, t the lowest iAS taken part.of Chambers No. 15, Broad- AMOS B. PARKIER, Bookseller and Stationer,
to 1200 l. Aleandria and Frede acksburg Flour, ket p s, compisi as xtensive a assort- l street, where he offers for sale, consignments A respectfully informs his finds and the pub-
5 hhs.Lcaf bco.as is to be fnd town, viz --blasck And of HATS, of every description. Country tra- lie, that his effects having been chiefly prlsurved
aVOTICE. Broadcloths, various qualities ; Cassimeres of ders and others, purchasing by the-quantity, are front tile late destructive fire in Union-street,he has
S opartnerp of W.v. HENRY ry quality anid color ; Satinets; Cassimere invited to call. resumed hbusiness.at No. 48, Ann-streeri where all
IIE Copartnerstip of day is. B. Shawls; pai Bo azetts, black and colored; A gocd assortment of lats will be constantly thvors will be adk,,.... l.,lj ., il., gratitude. b He '
s, WHITE, is by manual coent thiooleet ; figured Bombzetts, assorted colors; kept on hand for his retail customers, who can be has ,ii .l,h, 1.,,h l1 i...,r .,Ii,, ,.., as above,CON-.
solved. All persons having demands against said spotted Flannels ; Cassif, r: i .lkis. inedlin of supph;d at the wholesale price. ST.\ .TIU *i,d PULOHERA, or Virtue Re-
ni rm, are requested to present the sun fr settle- T Liberal advances made on consignments., warded. Schools supplied with Books on the-
bv ei teda r called mu cioi to m ak e m ee in o ; B oinb azeens ; I r, i 1 ham s 1, ; 4 4 an. .h
S meant, and 8 Irish Linens ;in r upoi to make uIrish ad li June 2 3Sm most reasonable terms.
- pay ment to WV. hB. WHITE, whiiis duly autho- n,, Table Cloths ; ine'r, Im'sk : ook Bindii'g doe d h sort notice.
S prized to adjust the sa B.WHITE, Russia Drills ; Brown H Dll,,.,h, Dr,,. ,.:..,El .- ..st. I ,tly 21 ep2sm
iigs and Diapers; powee-looht Slh'u'tings
HENRY WHIT E. it Sheetings ; light nd ark ali d II nd Merritt.
B. will ilkentheis;t Furniture Patcs ; iJeas, AN taken the front Charte inM Mr. essea-
I, ne WMs B. WHa TE, i eontliethe busi- ilain and striped ; 4-4 and 6-4 Cotton Cambrics ;. .IC. h llouse, ovitoer tl. *....- lre, lior.th, ,n
nessasusualat No. 49, Alarlboro'street. Can,brie Muslins; Imitation India and Mqll do.; (. fl.lllil, li .nIi the corner am i i- .Drs ei-tain ai..ce-
nt { ,HtNRY WHITE wouhldinform h, friends Linen Cambrie ;Engiish Gingiams, light and itr-stret. Ladies Dresses cut and made of
F And publHERY WHITE ould in rm h is friends dark ; blue and yeglisw Nankins Nanki n and evey descriptin, with pecuhar neatness ;.a re-
Spublic, that he a takei the store, No 45, Cantor C rapes, black and assorted colors ; 9-4 tired room to fit their'dreseas. Clergymen's
M31rlboro'-street, where the strictest personal at- Nankin Crape Shawls English, French and In- No. 184, CORNHILL, Gownsmado. Ladies from the country areinvited
.- tension will be paid day and night to ifie delivery ia Floreintnes, figured anid plain e arseilles T Corner oJ State-street, vp tairs, to call.
tof Medicines. aug I Quilting; 'ciassian, Toiliet and Valencia Vest -ESPECTFULL.Ysolicits a shareof the pal- ailring y MIRTT.-Getlemen's
Copartnership Ntiee ad moal. ; Satteen Jeans; Tabby Velvets; Cotton Fl'- lic patronage in the above branch-having been coats, pantaloons, vests, &c. cut and made. "
partnership otice and Removal. ; Hosiery and Gloves ; Silk and Gingham solely in this employ for ome years,he is nfidentTailoring, and 3 at an
fr HE Copartnership heretofore existing noder Umbrllas ; Suspenders; coronation and plain he can give entire satisftion to every employer this taumakin are wanted ; none ned apply who
nd L the firm of PEARSON & CLOU'TMAN, Buttns 'leched an unbleached American E P. would observe that (as competition is cannotbringgood rcommendati.
is dissolved in consequence of the decease of R.F. Sheetings and Shirtings; Bed Tickings; Flannels; business has caused some so reduce their prices) uly 25 ep6w
r, Cloutmas. All persons having demands against Seersuckers; Leghorn Bonnets, Chip Flats, &c. his bills shallbe as reasonable as any workman's
thlie firm, are requested to present them. and all in &c. Also, 300 ready made Silk Vests ; 300 pair Bosto t July 14 ident e United State
debated, to make pantt o EALinen Pantaloons; 200 pair Shoes. ISAAC BOWERS,- Whereas the President of time United States is
ARD A. PEARSON. epm July T LLIGE OFFICauthorized by law to case certain Lands of the
ED AR ATE. p Juy1 IJNlT LLIGE.TV'E OFFICE, United States to be offered hor sale, viz:
RE, 1 VAL. Linens and British Cottons. No. 14, NEWBURY-STREET., tE I Abeffered for sale viz Presi
EDWARD A. PEARSON, has removed from ,s-OR sale by SAMUEL BURItITT, a good as- '117ILL register Lands or Houses, either for HEREF11E. I,1AJEs AONROEPresi-
7, Cornhill, to Counting Reoom, o. Lsg-whf. i sortment of the above ; which, with a variety sale, mortgage,or to let, in town orcountry. ant of the United States, lo hereby declare
ow where lie will be happy is receiving orders for B of o their Goods,may be bought at reasonable prices. Young Men or Women from the country, who ai emak k nown that public sales, s'' thi disposal
or ton Crown and Chehnstord Window Glass, and I wat places of any kind, and apply, will (agreehy to law) of certali lands, shal be held
Glass Ware ofevery description. His former re ed to, and all business connected with the above as oflows viz:
nil customers can be supplied by. Messrs WING DRESS SHOES IA7"D PUJMPS, transacted reasonably. tf July 4 At Wooster, in Ohio, it, th. f,,l t Mn,l',s ii
; SUMNER, No. 3, South Row. tf July 4 NO f3,CORNHLL. June next, for the sale of th,.- thnit-,- e.*t,,,cs of
COMPLETE assortment of Gentlemen's CURES PERFORMED, land in theDiUtrietof Wooster, heretofore reserved
Go BENJ. DARLING, A long and hOrt quartered Shoes aid Pumps, Though hitherto considered past relief, for these of:er(anm persons of the 1Peaware tribe
N' for o. 61, : AD S'IIEET m; nade the neecat st yle athdbest mnto ier Gem hihrtRl op of Indiansa, aid subsequently cededd to the United
1AS for sale-palent Lead Pipe, and will con- tlemen that want to wear good and handsome Shoes y l e B ta cal op. States.
& tract to have it laid after the trenches are dug, cannot fai! to suit themselves by applying as above, months alic arpenterd with a tumor oton, was 22 At Delaware, in Ohio, on tw e first Monday in
(with the exception, when it is applied' for suc- and at such prices as will be agreeable to their- months afflicted with a tumor on the back of July nest, for the sale of twenty-seven townships,
tion Pumps) of the following sizes, at the rices chaser. Also, a very extensive assortment of Ge- the hand, which incapacitated him.tor work,, after viz:
). named, diameter I1 iuch S4 50. I do. 3 ; tlemen's Boois, suitable for all seasons, made ie having tried every thing in vain, and suffered an Townships 1 and %-2, north, of ranges 9,10,anll.
do. 2; ( iioi. gI St, p.-rrod. When it is taken the newest style, and at such prices as to accom- operation on his hand and considered incurable, 1, 2. 6,7, 4, range 12
into consideration, the cheapness, together with ir.g(hite every person, fionm three to five dollarsper was cured and restored to health by taking four 1 to 8, sanges 13 and 14.
the durability of the material of led ppe, t p Likewise, a good assortment of Gentlemen's bottles of these drops. At the same place, on the tnird Monday in A..-
presuied to have a preference to all other mater- Slippers ofvarious colors.fr. Carpenter of Boston, was seriously gust next, for the sale oa twenty-five townships, viz1
als of pipe that has vet been introduced. For sale Measures taken as usual, and Boots snd Shoes afflicted with biles for a considerable time, which Townships 1 to 8, north, of range 15
nd at the abhve store, 20 icsbks linseed Oil; 2000 Ibs. made at the shortest notice, after having tried every thingthat had been recom- 1 to 7, ranges 16 and 17
light Gu,, Cepal, 600 ;bs. India, Gum Copal aug 1 WM. CHADWICK, Agent. mended without effect, he had recourse to these 1,2, and 3. range 18.
n. cleaned 500 Ibs. Verdigress ; 200 Ibs. French drops,and was cured by a few bottles, when he ap- At Piud)sn Ohio, on the fi-st Monds in Au.
Green ; '20 casks French Yellow ; SO do. Ameri- lack Lace Veils and Sha ls. plied le had upwards of 50 on one arm, many as gust nex n for the sale of twenty-six towns vi
cii ; 3 tons Venitan ed ; 5 tens Spanish Brown large s a i;igeon's egg. gust nextr thesale o twenty-six townsps,
S tons White Leadt; 200 boxes foreign ani do- JEREMIAH FITCH & CO. .A gentleman of Boston, was much troubled with lownhips 1 to 5, south of range 5
mestic VWindow Glass of various sizes. hug I .Vo. 5 & 7, .MJRKET-STREET, an eruption on his upper lip, which resisted all 2, 3, 6, 7, and 8,-6
T.AVE for sale, a good assortment of LACE medicine, was cured by one bottle of these Drops, I to 8, 7
NEW FANCY SHOP, 11 VEILS and SIHAWLS. and one box of "Dr. Relle's Antibilious Pills." 1 to 6, -8
For China, Earthen Tare, Glass and Also, have received by a late arrival from Lon- Ar'. Wright ofBoston, was three years agficted At incenes, in ndiana, on th third Monday
C(ieI$. .' a don a complete assortment of COTTON SEW- with a fever sore on one of his legs, had tried most in June next, fe otheasale of the lands telonging.
CutRANCIS WIi ,ler y. to inrm r his 1N in skeins and in halls, of numbers from 30 medicines without effect, was cured by two boet- to th United States, iithetract Btes art for the
RANCIS 1I.Y\, gs leave to ifirm his location of private claims, by an act, entitled -An
t1- -Fr;ends id' sthet' ublie, that he has opened' a to 100-part of the balls are putup in small ele- ties, lacaadeinetiongtherneaims, byartintitledi "An
gant p- phae just '-"fl-*;. *(p-ll P ^' s once u -.-i-en7 .4.'BurellofHanoaer, was cured ait rpectangthe o tainis to h udi'n the, .ndMad -
hof p' NoI 5i Mar l oSo' Y lAs -.,'orthesal .eof' irCIIoN very convenient for family use. ofulecrsandbilesoime ofwhich had eatt dlown to the e'i Ouo." --'o t .
AND EARTl'HEN WA REA front the saeoufit' cIN o, have just received by an arrival fi'omBre iibs, by three bottles-this child was considered ot f April, 1806. ,
7_o- Mt.DEAR.i.,h-n-WitiHEN RcIdgwa. -. ame n, a few cases hblacek Dutch RIBBONS, No. 2 in a dying state when she began these drops.. AtB'ooca/e, in Iniana onThehirdMnday
l' l t'hs ht .e s high in point July 25 5w An ji'ifiant of Boston, was covered all over irith i July next, tort the sale of 24 townships, vit:
'I'll Goods fronc this house stand high in point Ju'y 25Bost on eswionsbn ih veyeswaslcured t Tby r sfwips 10 to 16, ofhranges 29 )d3
ofuality an are got p in the bet ste; their OTICE. eruptions, blind with both eyes, was cured by 1 >
of quality anudt see got tip in the beit tuste ; their 7-'O''I'UE. three bottles. 12 16,), 4 and 5
Spaintings and enrsasvings are admirably executed, Ir HE subscriber at his office, No. 15, State-street, .4t ehlccly Lady of Boston, was severely afflicted At the same place, on the first Monday in Au.
a- nd their mod ls ch',ssie .b wis hes to receive proposals from any persons for 16 years within eruittion all overher, attended gist next, forth sale of twenty townships, viz:
e, F. W. has just ceivcl, anl extensive assortment disposed to offer terms, hbr removing the Stone, with most tormenting itchinigs, burnings and blot- 'rownhips 15, 16, and 17, in ranes 6 7, 8, 9,
if bluedprinted, StoneUChina, lnTamelled,and Gold ailnd biling in the best manner, about 450 perch ot ches, had lost thereby two toe and singer nails, 10, and 11
Burnished Diing, Desse't, aud Tea a Coffee 1 1 arfWatoaverage 5 feet thick at the-bottom was cured by six bottles, she had uot left her room 15 a d 16 in range 12.
n Ori dilm bhcasfe oei' k barlos thAtlaeksoi, in tihe county of Caps U irta'deau, in
Services ; Chimniey and Toilet Ornaments; Vases; ol:rbase, to 3 feet thick at topl ;to be properly laid and for six nsonths andI considered past relief .
Ink Stands; Seent And Flower Jars, asid F lower secured with sources of ginders at every three te-t .A Gentleman of jLexing ton, ,Mass was sorely .4issouri, on the first Moniday of September'next,
t, ts, and every description of Ridgway's superior high, and to be backed up with small stoie. Also, to afflicted 0 years with five ukers in his legs, could for the sale ofthirty-touc, townshAps, viz:
s, Earthien tare.. tdig anti remove irom adjoiiting land, to the above obtain no relief, was cured by four bottles. Townships 30, 31, 32, aud 33, in ranges 7 to 14 E
Patterns of tDining, Deserts and Tea Services, what, earth amd gravel tA fill p the same. 't Gcileman 'Boston, his wife and five child- ,5t adt 32 15.
costing roni ten to tlie imundred guineas, romA aug 4 5sp 'TH(IMAS ENGLISH. rei wasay ers aflictedwi euptidsha At the seat of government, in the tenr'itory of
which sets, or parts of sets to suit 1juricasers, can be ren, was many ears aici e witu eruptions, d kancas, on the third Monday in September next,
ordered, are now opening. China and Glass willbe NO TICE. tried every medicine without success, was ued tor the sale of tWenty-one townshps, iz:
ordered to any pattern that may be ivante(u. r1HE subscriber having received a further divi- by ttenan of Roxburt, was fifty years afflic- Townships 5, 7, 9, and 10 S. in range 19 West.
A good ssortment o plan ad cut GasVare, de d i om the trustee o' trust fund, create ted with a umor o one of his legs, attended with 5 to 10 20
and tle best of S effield Cutlery will be kept. for certain purposes byv James Greenleaf, l.squire, burning, itchlino and blotches, was resigned is past 6 9 21
r It is intended that the prices shall be uniform, hereby gives notiee, tlat a major part of the Co.- relief for 30 yeas, could not lie in bediat times, 8 14 g2.
E and without abatement, so uat families may send missioners in a commissionn of Ba.ikrupt awarded d by these dros At W h o ins" pp,onthefirstMon.
with confidence ot beingserved on thebest terms.- and issued forth against Martin Bicker and Martin .s Lady o Lharlestown, was t voyears afflicted lay in July oext, or the sale of any lands which
Should any article prove defso tive, or of inferior Bicker,jr.u' Merchants, and formerly Copaietners in a haite selli g on her knee jiont had tried cire surveyed i', the District west of Pear Iriver,
quality, it will be exchanged trade, doing business under the firm of Martin Bick- everyh assis.ane and considered past relief, contract hich have not heretofore.been offered for sale.
Assorted crates for country trade, for cash or un- er & Son, and the assignee intend to meet at the of ti had formed, when on taking these drops c At St. Stephens, in ama, on the first Mon-
dioulted paper on'l fice ofJoinI Heard,lr. No.97, Court-street,in Bosl- i "en in 3 weeks she ad day in Anugst next, for the sale of such tracts of
F. Wilby-has now openinglIvory, Buck and ton, on the third delay of Septmber next, at 10 u "D.ee use of theLoi t,ain le he and b lad in township eight, of ages I and 2 west, an
ry Bone handle Knives and Forks ; DessertKnives ; o'clock, A. M. in orderto make a farther dividend tinuingIthe has obtained a perlct cue tyits ofwnship 6, f range 5 west ai sundry other
- Carvers and Steels ; :an extensive variety of Pen- of the estate and effects of said Bankrupts, when contLay xg them has obtained a per ith five e- whic o lan in the )istrit eastofeed fo r sale.r,
krves and Scissors ; Tutania lea Pots, and Coffee and where th creditors, who have not already Lady a aRoxbuv wAs troubled with fiveen- which have not been heretofore offered for sale.
Biggins; ea and Table Spoons; Japaned Tea, proved their debts, are to come prepared to prove an forcedgl her toh my t her head on side, on At ulty slee, in th labma, oi the i third Monday
Bread, Knife and Cheese Trays, an Brushes of the sae. or they will be excluded the benefit of forced her to ry her head on one se, con- e n July next, for te alof the islands i the Ten-
every description, with a large assortment of Cream said divide,.d, and all claims not then substantiated dered past all relief, mch dbilitated, was cureet nssee river, and o! sundlry detached fractions in/
Colored, icue' Printed and GLiss Wares. Also,. wil be disallowed. by these drops and the whole of the eulargemetl townships 5, 6 and 7, of rage 1 east, bordering or,
best silver-yed needles. epm June 13 JOHN HEARD, Jr. Assignee. subsided ps ar a radical curhee r Survy, Salt heoke boundary lie, which have not bee
r G DP RBoston, 971AYrtSt 1, 18-2 1. These Drops are a radical cure for Scurvy, Salt heretofore offered for sale.
JIGS iS D P-JPER, B Rheum, Scrofula, St. Anthony's Fire, Leprosy, At Tuscaloosa, in Ahltbama, on the first Man-
,ILLIM PAlIPRKER has tor sale, at No. 18, BL.lCIJING Pimpledf Face, Enlarged Glaids, Erypselas, Sore day in July next, fur the sa.e of twenty-two t6WnL-
o D LUock-slquare, I aLt'S ra o p ULD'S .i o Iegs, Ulcers, even when the bones is affected, ships, viz:
S 18, bales ;B ags,; 63 do. FM do e attil n Sponge Blac s r Venereal Taints, when Mercury hcas ailed, are the T'wnhips 15 to 22, in ranges 1 and 2 east.
, 50 do. Sici v do. ner aid Ezra Eton FAistersetvz :- I in-. best spring and autumnal physic, and may be giv. 15 20, in range 3.
2 eases Goodwmn's Letter Paper, Middle-stree- y' e S. & J Hopee, en to children with perfect safety. 'rice l, or At the same place, on the third Monday in Au-
e 450 reams fine Demi do. and V. Faxon, An -street; T irrill. N. of 6 bottles in one for S5. A5sk 'or Dr. Relle's gust next,lobrthe sale oftwenty-three townships,1iz.
S 630 do. Wr'apping do. the market; N.' .Holden Ms rket- T'are ; ofl Botanlient Drops," none aregenimne unless signed 'ownships 15, 16 17, And 18, of change 4 east.
240 ldo. Kentishic,p do. th ,ueld, No., U onio nstre rKet-sqare ;EhId W. T'. Conway." Prepareid and scld wholesale, 15 and 6 5 /
450 do. Pot aond Foolseap do,. street iJ. Pe, O. Howend Tollmsn Cotut. by the sole proprietor, W. T. Conway, Chemist, 5 i
And all other kinds of P:peir turom almost every street ; Mark Byrne, ad 1Cuslma Bssett, lar Na. 24, Franklin-pl.acc, tle late Mansion-house 01 15 to 22 1 and W.
Maniifuctory in New-England, and at their prices. ket-slreet; Steanes, & ickll Exchacge street uDon Ja 'itmatoughtion,0 Bosto.., and at retail by spa At the same place, on the third Monday in SOp-
s aug Siw B. Darling, F. Atwood, and John Stevets, Broad.' c "~al appointment, by tenmber next, oibr the sale o'f twnty-tbfo~rtownships,
e1 n street;.. Pray, 284, Cornhill ; B. Fuller, M SAMUEL PILSBERRY. vz:
d JAMES CARTER, Cushing, J. Morton, J. Thiayer, Jos. Stevens J Druggistiat the sign of St. Luke's Head, No. 56, Townships 15 to 22, of range 3 west.__....---
J'or i~ 17, J.At.,flt-J J.ARf, Vose, C. Veazie,'liii 'ciyb- O Ftn-l7 un~tsi 1lanover-street, .lost'o' f3"ern i d. l e *" '22 -. "
H AS constantly forsale-Russian, Swesldish, ad L. E. Caswell, on the Main-street ; anmd at Samuel hit--triturtx v3 ; Lusning & Co. ail u tmv,pr A .. se .o. -h...... t ony. Ot
ji Englishi IRON, fluitsquare, ansl round ; with Kiddhr,jii. and WV. Arnold's, Chsarlestown. This Salem ; C. Whipple, .Newburyport ; Huhbarc, AL the same place on th third lMoiday in O~t-- '
SAILS, RIODS, IlOOPS, and PLA'l ES ofevery Blacking nty be csed over tallow or oil. Hiutchins,Gra, Portsmaouth; Phelps, Gloucester; er next, fi thIe sale of twein ty-one to .vnships, viz:
description and size-real (L) blistered ST''EE. A. G. rietirns his thanks to those gentlemen Avery, Plymouth; Wlhitney, Mason, Balch, Pr'ov- ownsnips 15 toI, inranges 8,9,and Owest.
.'ts, Loion Crown WINDOW GLASS. hlo state that toey have hIis recipe for making his idene ; Robincson, 'WVorcester ; Ehb. Hunt & Son, A the same p ace, ot the tnird Monday of No. -
Jan 31 elstt Blacking. I furtl'hm stale, thatu 1 have not inform- Clnrk & Sons. Northampton R Read & Simeldpnrd, vember next, fgrtie sale of'24 "cwn. hips, viz.
ed any pierson whatever the method of making my Amherst ; KiWder, Cha'lestowni; "Vlliams' t.amn- I Townships 15 lo21, in ranges i1,12, and 13 W,
HEMP. Sponge Blacking A. GOULD). briilgeport ; Greenough, Roxbury; Dixon, Ded- IS, I and 17 4.
JOSIAH BRA N.B. All order's punclually attended t,). has ; i. '. Hopkiss, lartford ; amnd ost Drug- At the same pace on thith, *I Monday in De-
JOSIAH BRADLEE & CO harleston. .Su,, 1821. eCm gist anl Booksellers of respectability-Also, by cembernext, larthe sale '25. o,.,,ip,,iz:
f "-A s t so. oS9 t I hiDL 'b-ST IZhET, .-.. .. ne ist Post .asters, throughout thIe Union-where I'ownsluips 18 to 21, in range 14 west.
AVE tr sale-23 tons of St. Petrsburgh B O.I ) TJ TD. os d hos jstly esteemed and highly '15 21 15, 16aud 17.
l lean Iliemp, of a very superior quality. TN a gentleman's tl ily in tillis town, from 1st uappirovedt Mehdicines, prepaed by W. T. C un- Eac"h sale will commence witli the lowest num- l
July 11 epistm September next, for three lads, from line ages ca." h' of lot or section, township, and range, and
of SI to 1-, wlho are littiu tng for Ilarvard University. .A large discount to country Plliysicians, Tra- lroeeede it regular" numerical order.
CAMWOOD. To a gentleman whlo would exercise parental au- deis, &1. The lands reserved by law for the use of schools,
AM'L PARKMAN Jr. & CO. have for sale thority and consider tlem in all respects as Ilis .l'Pta: plels of many extraordinary cures ac- or r oit her purposes, will as usual be reserved
'250 bb:s Camwood, own children, the most liberal add satisfactory comrnydc eachi Bottle. thiom sale. t
Also. just landed, 6t qr. casks Mal aga Wine compensaiition woutl be made. A line directed to o*s cGiven uoder my hand, at the city of Washington,
sn11rior quality, and a few thousand Mogalldore E. R'. ahd left t the Centinel Conmti.ig ioom,will N IOTIC is hereby givenl. that the this 9th day of Ap'i im, thin yea' 182'O. .
Gost kiuc. ____ eptf July 1 be immediately attended to. '2sp)3t aug I11 siuhci'iber has beed duily appointed adminis- A theSident :ONOE.
W.,.'TED, il)R SALE Ol/ TU BE LET, tratorto the estate of JOSIAIl MEIGS,
PAVING STONfiES ,, &c .t'tE Lime Grove Plce, at Br ghton. formerly AARON WARNER,' ds A Commissioner General 0f Land Office:
rAtING SlTs ci' g f occupied by h.r. Knap and at present byC Mr. late of Charl.stmown, in he county otf Middlesex,
F a t corporation of this city will give from this Durivge, will hue sold or let. Possssssn given iin- laborer., id.ceaso, intestale,t and I as taken upon T'O BI LET,
S day to thn first day ot May.11822, two dollars mediately. Influire ofS .c ET"I' ftAM ':ON I), himself thalit rst by giviaonds as the law dheets lU OJSE No. 4, ln Clumbia-street, now ocel-
and lity cents per ton or good runl pavingstones, No 8, Centrad-street, Buston. 2m June 27 All pe sons having d imans uponi the estate ofl the lie pied mv Mr. Linzee. Possession imy be ta-
itn(. 75' ents pertn ton tdr paving sand, and 'eceive said dc.ased, are required io exhibit the same, k In on the 17llinst. Appliat W. D. EOHIER's
thie sam from Ihe decks of thle vessels imnoting iV. t.'\T'i'D. aind ill persons indcibtedi to tle s;id estate, are O fice, in CIngriss-street. e p3w aug 8O,
titesamt into tlia.p)rt. They willalso give 12 1-2 1 N a retail Dry Go.idIs Store, an net'w LAD, called upon to m:'ke iayvmcnt to -
rents pm running foot l" 20,000 hedt of curb, aind 4 aboutl.i years )tfciet,whoseparents live iin owin. EPA\R\IlI WAltNER,. dm'r. COLU.MBlI N CIENTINk:L.
10,1)00 f, el of getter stnnes. Th c'urb stones '-'li beIst re.minieiilatt, )i' s iill be required. In- i/h,,,.c.,so,-, ./,mu e '2f 1821. "

,,,tst be Inot less than 3 fe't long, 12 inches Cep,', dqire at the Couitin Cluonith,,' Roomn. -icami.......iecantile....and Miscellaneous.
y' 14 inches thick; gulter stones not less than two July 18 entf 1V.Y.A'TED TO HIRE, Puhlishledi on IVcednetias an. Saturday on
eet Cong, Itt inches wide. ad inches thick. & NA IC andl ld>a iv situted Hinse,aitain- T
J. ROFPIGNAIC, ayor. C d Seers t nted. ll ii parlor, kitchen nd two or three chaim- t'NJA.MIN .USSE.L, Publisher ot the Lw
'VI.-Or.'eas, .p/ii'Y ir.i t. ep6Li TIrllOSFE persiin disposed to take Cotton or i esra, wfit the iieessrvy convniences. It must be ,i the United Sates, I'rinter to the State,and
Wo. \ie a olLAR. S to set, may beturnisihed with f lice from incinmbranc'O, lnd the rent moderate, :_ r 0f"ce, on e atr"t.- ,
IV TI. t -,c hI llI'IIt No. 1, Union-street, "er Me- s which sil Ie pa.id quteil monthly. In iqure 'O iS ut Ohi fiee. on
JOURNEYMAN Paper- Staiser wanted. In-. II IMI[& 'et J IIwiclill Ceuctinh
j stQire ttlmueCentinel Countinug Roots. aug 8 rS AI &3,IELL). epIt JuI I the cntivel ccutitingl o001,aug I THOMTAS LUDSON, rrnit .

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