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: VID00013
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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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* .MEDICAL LECTURES. Grand Lodgeof Massachtsetts. REVIEW REVIEW'IL: ^ 'cKSToYE. Surely, sir,'you cann. t Englishman, though he diseaids the idea that Bl arkswouldattributeittotheinosttunworthy
. y Hi't Meieal Leet>uies at the Nero.Hamphe .. *, ._-. -r ^ now, that the: great body of that pro- -his rights are an mnheritance, con be destroys f;, motives. Ift cnuld for a moment forget that
"* A:edical Istitution at Hanover, wi' com- .N1, ClE ,: ...eby FOR TIHE CI'NTINEL. till within afew years, so far from at 'seeing this doctrine propagatedumongis am addressing a man who deserves, and has
-inence on THURSDAY, the 20th 9t September r ,.). n" '].-e'- f t- a e ..... Y _-- nishin~g themselves as a sertera of the countrymen. Such a desire will have a nlace. obtained, the esteem of all who know him, I
liext, and continue thirteln veick. /' i. F \ *. To (Uie il lthar of the fledVzew of ofthe people, have been distinguished only in the breasts of the COBBETT s, the should not content myself with gentle re-
Surgeey, Obstretricksand Legal Medicine, by lt '. ,= .e-. _F .. ,* !i rdams 1'J 's' Address. ,*f 4ir support of the rights of'the crown. CAHLUSLE'S an l other viil \i who l ave the monstrance. I would ask, was it just, wa.
.^'ca byn r"OuK. NES.AY"th.l th.-; y RE nareofyourattack upon MrAnz fip,.upon this subject, than to those hie cities, than a frequent tlecrrence on.the ,"tent with a real regard for your.country. to
n.. iyae lPha P y, 1r" DAA N. \ .f'.e*t. ebe x t- d ould seem. to att ece t us upo t j tn e part of the peopl. to abstract principles of. "attempt to disrace one 01 -.. ,-'ra, man
"1""" -) 1 :,: ly e n nn Bu. u on the s ci e ofnlkor ; a o ,,","oabilitie.,and integrity, m. .
itk !s the^ Lectures on th apliato of Scec comes bf^ ^ ^Vl .^^ = *.lcr andio meriber nave thesi K ouar n | olyad r hoe e ctsoud e drotnotiaantoncocccasiiyonv aolsedtofKngytheehns n n ccsinofth -os aimt
th rt *. Ss ^ sept rm L I^hes 1^S ,, 6 di es1 veeGer et a- b? rtin p^ su eaoZ ovr^ Th trut is Si ll~d a e fie n te ol fsyhdpes ingf interet "ton American-to indlu]e ih
** nmMA dRKET-ST. AC ADEM Y.. no.tie Sand v'"n themselves acordlinly. .personally kntwint you,amthep last man to sue o ithn ttsuon6.tli of a beautiful theoAry,d- paro th end to t oir lovetnment ri "i-.e -, antuncontrolledilatctude of uncourteous re-.
S ". F. .. .J.-. ".y < -.-- te W ......., .. ectthe ibera itv fyo n t god .... ,'l ..t..... 1 1 t en esn heist .r "P e kt ml-h m
I co l,..r.. uir l ed i ,. ,b h li,,....r TffoM S POWOR, Grand. Secretary. *of our lia-^ et styleo tad spirt of y""^ e beyosi theNorman Coqest in. constitution, an estate intaiil--n ,,. 1, ;Ie ,. with sneers and scoffs-with reproaches and
itarac th.eo11 s s ia tw-Ma s r 1 2 ivi.rutrnnsaofionot'suhhs gttemnteeto e ndndltret so t o B tc nd : hieo cmena le : ove rn ent uthee finertherieil o" I ,,hnvectves Admittin- th, t you are -giti,
or a (. .4 ge. 0 ?^ -r ,.. r GnI ILOTI As cb C a v,. bf a, anpa. t,,tve b, n *he. .eci'dcIrm t,--r un*r-sur.,:ani s: ari th!e t- 1.1.gs er ,pd tinsl^ ^ c Id d ,allns t m- n r, t n *ou nh whe to yo n d i r En shT l lawyers," the ir p ef lav e exi.. .. y. i.... ._h.-

a instructorr and uhol:ar 1rtJ. flatte erm e oth .t'" i g of ao' Gmebr forward in d thfence of Mr. AatMr; and that oe nds lor ane ncit oate M Anl hadnothedr in youhimself E.land y p it :-ne< hson an c) oan" yet hane observed
he shali receive a share of public pat.ronage/ /^ A R. A. hapter you will treat with becoming decency their -'al P1^ ^ 1"" ^ Mr. the, dr.. isl ^El-ad^ forms of resect ? Are you an American,
*o u" m Jc to oJ o te .. .... 0T {e swne youe are .ete.mined to main- d t sol houd bea ciredtls n the half centyh which has elapsed y and are you callous to t"einsults which -
'their adrv'&iieement. > M A----r^Wli'en [it Msasns Your pamphlet then condnius^ the tem er co tled to that which Br AcKsrONfE has adopt- since the, declaration of American indepen- offered to your comitry ? Or, is it for for-
:Terms from S8 toSH)n1bo, s ten dies ma be. \^ ^a^ f l1, Ne Mu- -1Ir,. Ame displayrdenies tcorrectne o ed butMr.HuMK was an avowed advocate for de nce, what have you done *for, the benefit ..eign counties only that you have a heart tol
g;- t ...o .. r l o -ke raAnd 1 ,.te 11 rro utms tf .crnp r m t a r ls t g confess written wih "feelandaspiittosit r ,
oM. ke-. reet. ..sp sept o wt or Se, tke du eve I, wheoany vehe d As t theha lnes m n rlTh ti hth Sfr-t De force, and not without coquence. Indeed "Sir, that yau AmeSE r Ia n Iou ,tesen m nt a
RE CR LAN UArE S k, \ *t an l torits rits n i t n e LoEwhom a celebratewritercls "deep, your composion generally rises in character But such language cinot withany proprie

L L ARTIGS TAVE hAsADEnMin. htdve s tm and v sW spesou nd kn eingy amteao mor'mo solitand inenious." Bet n.tto perplexyou when England is the subject; and wil, you y be addressed to tou. Conscious tf .eosr I
S, formngn hisfrends 'and thenublic that he plac,. e |ne;. I ,.,, ..1 atte" ;5il! begin in September next, two different Classes, Officers aid Mp,,.I..,. ,....1 ,il others concerned is think it improper in a fourth of July address' in(T'0 ran center n towar'ds.the late Lord High to have reser ved. the pro~ofsof your eloquence yom.. pamphlet has made upon my own nund,
.viz:- request. .... to advert to our glorious on o to Ch.cellor of Great B -1 mean Lord for those occasions whi mght req.Ire you i is calculated to produce up. the

".:For GEllemen, fro-i7 o'clock in theevenig,. on Y14. E. I. ithew, Esq.J G. II. I. the c peethe lb edrto ity and will nor t ie,,dt t Es INE F" the t haracel of that noble- to speak of that country. 1 am far from ac- minds of those who dc not know you, an.
I1 uesda', Thurl ,ay l Saturday ;-.. or a- JOHN ...1 LO i f--p. Sec'. you by sui losin uca vbl ra a fyo h r ma s an advocate, I refer you to an article cu-,ng you, sir, of fee1ng an1E predilection o --therefore require to be to., (,hat ,"ou
ouge Class, fom 6 'clk in te evening on oon t L. 51 mchlssso fr ptn' in tie North American Review pon P.uepst-ITs' for a foreign country when your own cems ., w st eemed for the virtues rf your .

or1 d m' ane inen [ 'u. m theS'f,1 1 i ht. ,ah t. "TtDDLESEX HUSB ANT.M EN -- ,." "r.eviewI a iceto nrt otie.not tition i g of his abilit as a o v w atrioti m b orpee to..ld atte.....v o tour undetstan"in.. .
i the jiegigbn o wn a s, that bse gves ltso t a t y and Saturday o f ea chL e w Geek a rnd th t he r.a a gcr k .wl bmd en a nd VaWO t Y. ,he 24herey uof ivic should:P ^ ." be obs nvdutlgadsi wtha coer. v atal b afn y Yconsd r5 0t i opi ioll *o u r e to she hat r repvsoame obs evtins e'l~ ; M I CELLA N Y .
SS ^^a No.= ^ 3903 -MIICE DLL ARS.

inorK t,, s ol, wee.l i d- rec',:, -sch, a r t em .u C, el_; sth,.tl. .. ... .. ,,I t dru ten ; ade re, the an seeu ,.andmhet -otis on ist point is at pned nyte1 e ruth chmours et meghr excite against eou. You A m ghou THE rNTI ii.
He eoniti.uea as usuial, hisprivate lessonskof meet-ins will be adljour-ed to PRIOD\V. he 5th dirty work of recnimin.aio I as ev ou f the case is this :-the rights of Englishmen ;say,-- H CET"1
fDeclamation and Ulocultzn, and hIs t anslations <)ay of October nexl, at tlhe !rote in Cwonord.when Sir on cafunot mor on, asur yotH have ,'rown by degrees What was evident- "---that in England the vilest traduicers of Theo Ed V tnii ni H irlii
fI m fthe Feohncl,; Italian, St tsh ,\ P.;t. uese the flierss for the 'nsuii y .r ,,,I1 h< chosen inm euO" n m, mo r- t a, t iy h et t do. t ,y gr.mted or, obtam ed fO r the first time in one our country are encouraged and applauded; opieo i-g av t rinft ad nre ardt
.Languages, at-hft Room, No. 4, Merchants' Hall; m diately afier the. CattfeShniw, ,c. *ia ov For-toformation concerning him, lhe has the hon- members are a'so notirirt, that tlei r to refer to fluitolowin etee, n: >ndl Bvhblition, is prnt,,o,,f.,l l,.o n eJsday the :r stirting t it ;. R stance and retaliation are ;.I'he re ak tha yo hav ann e to man would speak wetlofEngand,he miit stop V Theological instruction by the inhab-
Ho .eG.k Ots, A *' TownsidEsq. 3(d t1Fridy^ the" sth da of Octobe'r' .*ext. on a0-- no thsae cnor 's'ould' the beV' confoundled; yo?~ ar ient are hardly worthy of vour !to choose his words and measure his expire- itants of this vicinity, was at length effected
'-*$:~~ ~ tr l;^sq. B con 1, ti;cli 8 ;;, le.a', tthie: countly wiITtt/ alot ial y .'nuk h t one eff-ctuala' un.^dep: ng. Without tiri,,, vou~or myself sons, for fear that his patriotism may be call- .through the exertions and liberality of some
G. Sullivn, Esq1', t. P. Cri, Esq* FOEl 10 A S, Rec .W Se' nsice ofrtS ag P1e T"e. see t with tedibus discussion of them, I will con- ;ed into question. For ourselves *we dechee of its citizens. From thle establishment of a
TYV.otats..i; P..V. F. lUegrand, Esq. .'Chelmsfod, Augus it 18.lJ ^nl to oseet'S i in nonEnladw have tent .nyself with declaring that in my view, :that we will not now or [nor] at any time be Theologrcal scho,,lin the University of Cam.
_. a Reen, Esq. C. Dexter, Esq. ', -c- l l the contest between th.Emonarch of Eng restrained by such p try considerations.. bridge, an influence will probably be pro

TJK Welsh, Esq. TITRNPICE NOTICE* ab ore oe-fraction-~erliid~efatigaf~ble land ind his barons, and that, in which the. Whilst we will vield to none in a real love of- duced in regard to the diffuiomn of genuine
au "" 13 *' con EV4 NVINGTr Spin d 1 Taunto 0"n No'" h *' os/ ^"inTvpike, ni. e1 ttmitbon0s of u""interrupted good nst we th patis we no th same Iamo~ng the apologists otf any wrongs which to hve taken place from any other one in
'E CHi'tJll-u* Oba OL. lhet t!eii- \..n., Mefrise,. rt,> he<.hoiie rn of 0f-t b e worth while to pr-serve an either in im ortance or principle. You re- Blitain has done as or-which st may bereaf- any age of the Civistian Church. It may
-. r:j.. STIMPS.ON respectful informs th, ces, wi' ..h. .. h al Hn a -:, red's .Inn-h.lr, .. ..q.ous silence under her attacks, if.there r that pitbr- ecmsa ;- to pause before ter do; yet we h eliby no if- all whom Y justly be compared w- h that of the R--al-
^, young Gentleme.;.of thistnwn,t!,at h~sEve.,- ,n Easto,,, on Tl-. SU .Y, tbe se,.m,,l d.., of <)c. wa any reason to hope it wou'd prevent e ea re r.e achfulyof n eur fEg may concern that we h~ave nonTe 01 tiat self- nationn, and-in some respects-^th that of
^ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ O T N (J]^^ ff S ss'chuqle*al'*teld<^ ^ etts,, WEDNE9;;ev^ bg~~o^ st.d nato"a .eln, ^ ^vj upR2 in thelv,-2 eelna 5s~ oIngle.

,,her 3d,.it7, P. Mf. at. ha Aeucrade Yo. 11, :Leth- 1 By ord.r<. the -P,.esid-s-^rn 0,,.ctors c,.nsequienceso .* f n i n ow i to> h e eou & --*.iccbtion ,ipon our f hr...,,s, wh,, were h: '*Allen'5treet.. T r ,.r. ---- :.. ES, to he tiaii ,},ia!rU,\ GILWORIK, ClerK. experrm.-.<. Thp 'e'nraginl op ous"'" ar *"t.. ," and all this- you say with as particularly of that one which we hold to be will immediately appear. theyr must be
i lteiitrantfe, nntd 8, at thi elnse at the qumrter. '. .Easton,.. iwgust S7, 1821. to day folk, d- r'.,. "e- w c iumnifs ot nmcli lerionsness, ;>s if you yoiu.self did not thie greatest an:1 after our own tle freest in- gradual and indirect, W!'I expand with the
His -rhool will keep on the evenings of *M.,n- ti are -.e by- oter tomrrw n *- heulv^ ^^ think that it deserved any consideration whal- tion on ea~rtlh."-p. 21:. Iapse cf years ; and be favored by'.various
da(ys and .Thursdays. ei,6w. ang -.3 Salemn urnpike and Che nea Bridae at,,, 'lev ar'1 evc n recorded seeq, I veert t. me or four ances. I sbonial b, singe;-!rl.! in-conisi-i;et aii'hnrn and animelrois subordinite. agents- 'lTJ^..f
Sor in iose persons w assert h t S yI h- '- i i. .. ; ";- c ,. .-B eminence,

-. -&e.r rom ta rep.lttionfntrGfuiinn, lsment- / .one us is con.. -ed to itx 6 .r t wluch dictatdu the tw.lU.t a nen- senu.og its beams over the ..tion. it must
'-* wri taturer, .c > 'Innimi at. thelse a 'gt e cl' ple of an ting or reasoning among mankind, tences ofthe foregoing c'" ion. Bu" in this have an indirect infl, enc- on other Tobeolog-

has tins dat published andctorsale, as shove.COV- ; TC ABOt TUCKER,Prop'rs Clerk. beings unheard or unreddp Thev who M-sigiplr-it that this circumstance shofsd wnhen lngland is spoken of with praise.; and so higg a degree as ours, is too powerful
STANTIUS and PUKHERA, or Virtue Re- 'Salem. s 25. 1. decret't th ttd >rid| to treat our defects with get I much question, if it is i an attac only upon to be long obscure- And we are favored

:arded. Schools supplied with Books on the -se /anno ,c a R.1 as an ywy tlenie5slsho.1, ibatone fer our errdre and read a man who has deported himself with stern- in our opinions from a consideration of what
nmost reas-onable terms. LOCK S AN"D CAN VLS. essential injury-cannot arrest our course on. .fo,. our vices, I think that if they could pre- ness towards that country, that it is necessa. has already taken place in this very region,
PBook Binding done ht short notice. TVa P.-,, ,rs of Locks .ncl anals on th er- w, d opiins, wnd .he oe y eso rve not to ha'p an serve their gravity, they would dclare ie re- ry to observe any extraordinary caution eith- and other placesat a distance, with regard to
'iBoston,.Tuydy mep rioe rie are^ he. eby notified, that their im"portarce attachled to them, see~mto meto ply, ;as they every day declare in effect-we o1 in the selection of words-, or the colloca- improvement in religious knowledge. The
Sndnr bn tuiio iy reei heod ht tlie TOW I a11.o in lo ,g oftteconuctof ot uman aneairs, tanIou w take care to assert share in your good tion of them. Are yo a native of Ne Theological school at Andover at pres entwl

-,,-, 11 t i- vc m io n.s 'e-burvport on WecnV eld,,,,. the 12lh day of Sep-| to consult their hearts more than their; under. quhte an actions whlew utterly dls. Ens-land, sir,-are you a citizen of Bos- the 'most numerous and b,-st organized of any-
)t rf : t 0 D m eur eeYncnd C^:led _rp8l-, th dc-ndemnsthetep nL cltimsyhLur bad ones,"and wulsit ',' hout bearing a ton, and do y ou affirm, that a man here one in our county, during a fi years pastf,

2ng-ouse, ^ 'tth1wenl acres of sLnd adjacent, a ,e 9 te-t. But it*' M is.idleto s k. of ,erfteoect n wis sn t of yonu disgraces, we shall insist upon a who would speak well of England "must seems to have male considerable a.. vance-
ple:astinly situated in. the towna of Quincy, abolit *^-''with the conduct of0 makn consantlbe divnsio of your honors." But, sir, I would stop .to choose.hIs words and measure his ex- ment towards whiat is denominated liberal
"' o r ,vl, .7R 1,,B .. "" I a1liUUili( Illljtilaty unaeaner o

ine miles fain tbBostonwith convenient Out ti S Invlid Pensioners. '" I askyuflanuagewhichconve reproach pressios.-But to reun to our answer. Christianity... The important controversy be-

Ho. us, -1... : .; I;.. Pup of ex"ellnt m ilE ;,p c i,,y of Warhavin orlcrfd tlat all t o mo n itersprincip e were tehsereee in to be carefully av. aided, why not conduct ? Ho"w unlucky i(, is, that so much eloquence teen that and the one at Candridge-, w"ich
~ ~ ~ ~ V z 81. AplI o.to e rl e.thi-A'- ;n- -7- cl' ed ro h great et so. y f ta ro- ioui ts ransw ier, i ton qes, s w te wfh- .

,ater.. T. .ih.. .. va ty ofegrf- i er f ited ss l, ourse men e If you cond n the one, on what principle should be exerted to so little effec. will seemsnotetataclosehashad.abeneficialin-

..ted fruit trees, awel there is a good Vegetaible Gar- p ,rev.ins'to rcceivingrlhe next semi-annual payment tio nlatlons satan in .towvar-.seach others ls can you justify the other ? What then be- not attempt to recal to my memory the pre- fluence or. both, on surrounding society, and
de. attached t the h.use, and a dry Cellar, oft ,tu .pensionsIonthe 4th.fe ttembeeh eram- vey d i r ssent nemt torih. ee comes of the great men who asserted and cise dates of the. important events which many people at a distance. a f seems to have
equalize wthth use. ined, and the t f the- disabling e ified. A are vr es wt first, which are vices ith established American independence. as have taken place in Europe, during the last raised that institution several degrees on the

l*o-a 0 l LAN,.ith FakeAGE lcul"lt d "ur --"fthe U. S. Army will",ttendfor ti.s pur. t the las tnd t se converse of the proposition l." confident that when writing your re. twenty-five yersu; but I cannot t lnk you sctle of religisd truth anid promises to-
to spreadOli 0Gln E sh as a tie 0 ho pose. .v.ry dah from dhis Tlate. benwes. the hoir is also true. i heir conduct cannot be regun- ewt, yotere influenced by no personal very happy iir the period you have field opr gether with whaty is connected wit], it, and
.- f.orm :his l'iefd1s n th 'b inle thh f ndl Io'ckal- t .e Medca t Roomo r J.f lted y common rules. I well know there ,o -,ity to Mr. An s; and my confidence as illstrating the services England has done what will naturally arise from it to continue
d r.0 i;...br....",, ] ,.i., 2eet ,fter tthe B" -'o "'Co..n. .-s ..eetne.. t. e S- n .e Ch. ... is a clas of men whose pious .feelngs will s fouled on a perfect knowledge of your to the world. hPrussia was" not then "uexne to advance them towards that glorious snimd
Shcadl bIe,. -.In.e.p. ..lrher e artienlars, in- O rs uat" d Me. 2 182 ,L tf revolt at this declaration ; but I will not seb- ch,.oter. But hthe style of your perform- hausted".-Austria was still a powerful State, mit, where s .ine the gre t-truths of Un.a-
duire orjO iN W:iiTN.1, near sizi:.l house, or Tl ",.echani and Contr actors mitto the speculations o h Peace societes ance is calculated to produce an impression and Russia ead not disgraced herselfat Tilsit. rianism in beautiiae harmony. uT.ese even
a. N-0.-44, L,,, io..l C.o..,ditio: thsalesdL. TOPOSALS l bE receve. for the imme. u. t e sus jec Thethnlet ipt e which Mr. directly the reverse. t he address contains It was not till ong afuerthe period you have mow irradiate fro, the mind of numerous
|esaQ ln rmca nd Saura S"--an-^v'- 'i'ttireed lor'-,I 1N ,R G G-.i Sme'y I on b'yVT jirs u T5oin .. ..saa anntvrp advoate nrn ree yo t9 an aril euqn yot sit. of f'eig an *rdl to wh 'teefr rei re to L e tod t

oue s i nediat erection anl completion of a line of r'es uonis cuntmne prao tlgis paragraph. A mentioned, that France degraded the nations teachers of reltgmon, as from the heavens ano
v- ViR SAL e a' OR EXCH enGEh b rict -lnilding-, on n int of land in the rear ot the ._ o e e a at ta mian e I nmdm nut "It was the filst so fem" declaration (the of the continent to the r ii mble condition of e the earthy; and irmists and clouds hae hit-
i Initu n No 9 l tonThcr. The dimensions of the building' l Declaration of Independence) of a nation of submissive vassals. oranythingtherefore, ert osucted their reception, yet these
A tOi i" \r o 1 9n,.r coniemnted arc one hundred and twenty wfive teet may think of e practical wisdom, I cannot n ultimate foundation of civil govern- that you have said, Mr. ADMS' question may .are evidently fast passing away, and a mure
he: re r ,oton- that c ,ll QsLRnsVn. k .,Such ad.saiwe'wtllehav

,liceol a d l a tex20thO eS in lenpthmby t". entv-five f'- tin drpth) incldins a o but esteem the goodness of those who hon- 4ent" 3 o be repeated. But I will not descant uon elevated slate of morals -and religion is form-
g. lr.T ',e m "en n .. "0 g b- -%lt.o1Se,, Roo r hees fe'. t iheS eitv 1ad ll res ty s-r e d th te,,j_- e I they betray an You acknowledge that in effect, this s cor- little things. -re i ing on earth. M. thinks I can ehoild but lit-
thebest materials h a workmanlike maer; the ame n a elin-honse. A plan of the Inorance of human nature, they, at leastm- You meant to intimate presumehat man- te in the dince in purity, the union of
.." P r, O irtic s idL fa, gd "il i ff b 1 .tei Ilio 'Tetn fn 'h l e f P 1 Jd3 1 ; h t m e 's d rI. "," ,' '--<-s of'f non wich wee eig ed .r s me o ien e

houses abon t thirty-eight by twenty-twofeetfrom h s be seen, and all necessary nlorma- ply the possessionof generous feelings. B t e- ave been nefited b England' firm, the iprtant truths that have been m rac-

out to .o" t, with- exellent dry elie, the fiast to e dr s -wb lihe o, )to i ther o* tlhe l- these princi"l les, though true dn theory, would ov Y ,that no opportunity of opposing Mr. and with the exception d of one short intervals ed in past agC, and those L.t a, e now un-
floor above the cellar is divided into a store about t i o-or C rt ftlse and dane 1 ous in practice. O" the At s oul ecp you,- you undertake continued opposition to France, from the folding, operating as a healing fountain whose
t.nty-four ', ...r i... ,:and e T AS D NNe o td er hand' the belief that a prompt and rest h h-t, the principle had already at flight of the Boi os to their return and perennials eas of living water shall blss
Kitchen, ..l .1t. llc, data, I STNDPAST ,SnTH, lte retaliation is attended with salutary ef- lst been acted upon, if not clearly avowed wlen yo hav explained how hat opposition every nation under heaven. But it is not safe
Y n. I .IN ."i a GRORR BON". ue *r a dl y experience. W out of our can be jusly calld benefit, it will be time to carry fa ws into furuty our sp .latiocns rei-
'He roo t. a, neat spryatout esfeet wg b THOMAS A- dt XT.R. ,e t picw "te r ofindulinpnre wayto attempt to diminish the force of what enough t inquirewhether or no the English gardig religion or any other o ;ubjecT. *ime
dl.-d i .i .. h.ee Is ... chambers, eac with do. O cb e at n- t e e fer you to Genoa, S.hxony, uand Ndr- ently well grounded n.pes and ex.ecations.

*sets; the -garre.tis. neatly- finshed ip one lrge NE ottlles" t nemned and though you may discern some- opn ol e prince le added, we way. If they do not furnish "ou with one, I Truth, however, what is necessary for virtue,
room, wah two windows and a scuttle, nl the to i l nn n n were the first so wh c ha sh- comend a diect application to Enlnd is the natural object ofhuman pursuit, and

n:,.F.r sy,,:, ^ ,. i.v i. d and 1illt ha- n ;; b n two palr o, n a flor several cham- p Ien n f toml ueln gingk themTO y .Y ',ed a practical application of it, I maintain itself. Consult Earl Gu ET, or M;r. TIEriNY, Or :whun not obstructed by difficulties of human
t *1 R I b ers, roomy kitchen, at t. ou-houses adjacent, O i .. ..tahatB hy ro yv be ju m -king Sir J ths MACINT OSan ;* or the gv eat body contrivance, may be Ed asily received by al.
n gee t e .. rt r ." wa m' ttabler l wtlt fiehe d' with ai excel- r hould ot be treate ; the declaration. At any r.. te, non e of the of the rlglish people loadd wit a national And we think that they are not unreas ably
ht ih b n ith cl and t ellofater, garden plats, and i wantedten with decency and respect. Bu I venture samples you have produced carly prove debt of five hundred millions in addition to sanguine, who believe that mankind may, and
'- stered-.inr to th eagenlemgen:, cl, -( I or t telee misp o or ousYh Iur' an dtl lnd; t r.esrtin t to t. hraoty body ofthe Ametc that he would not. If you will consult your that hich the were cursed d with befoe te f a m the great excellence of modern inseitu-
,Ld about fifteens hundred also a neaI`t is rd tn nlf 'at'n," t o a o'len o dt m lelou ld tt y be h" itoryyou will not, I think, again refer to ,oar, and enjoying nu consolation in this ex- tions of various kinhst, and especilnby fiona
-l.kv uated. eeess on B. .Th I .ep lc and pIos- DdercooL d he. e 'l -lentn idctio n : ..be..o t. hnesty ar e d ta on lyta d, te resthsnce of the Low out ri n m the t unsi, or bferthame t but th at whictn ny de- th mhoingith tte eeit of th.n Clihristian overe

t :rt w ith, R o ra' Lce m _ent, o ver lhe y a d -s a o m -bt:fied at a sm ll exp sense A p erso n d esiro us to i y o p a n *r t "a e r o p p re ssion' o f S p a in n o r to th e d e ath o f o n e riv e fro m a d im in tio n o f in d iv id u a l w e a lth th e a n c ie n t d isp e n sa tio n o- re g io n psob a b ly
..nedious flat root foe;drimng ooat s,1vith a-joint rdir f,.on, the noise und confinement of tle town, e to. Many wil co"dem" particular parts Stat the^ expulsion of ano'.her, nor to the anl.i 'iberty. w ^ill advance in genuine virtue, until they
track.passge way outtof the yard. Thbe iiouse is to anagreendble villaige-saciety, and a genteel .int o i s A~ddress, but few, I think, will disap- accession of th e House of Brunswick. Are Wlhen you assert that Mr ADAMS speaks arrive at higher dogvecs of it in general,
ante" to bhers n1 f cltlet and*lt ny health n ision, wll sldm have so oo anop- prove of iJt s gneradsl s You r k, t t yo serious in th2 intimtion ta the oppose anearingly of the literal ure and science of than el ve ever been attained by any consid.
eoee JIoeptI Grand prtunity to accommodate him or herself,asis here wht Ml A. has said "o n may be viewed abroad ti ofWEngland to Cbrles tale first, anl tn ult catnu.l", yot crItain do not understand erale portion in pst ags, at tat height of
.Groc ,Hater o^r y publioe busall seo Fr terms irn at t ie Ct asline icaive of to.mn templer of th cea-ne- America to Georgthe thiird, were dictt hisadton,.nind. What neosas upon those sub. ma it, which answers tle ens ea,,f tlthr Aartmay
;other ar sst able S ENY ,p se Itheros nonal ofMy A s re "vie edb ed by 1 e samj printple, and should receive j.ts des ,t> serve the o instruction you be g, d the design p.e wdthe tidr he in
,A.d will be M old f eh ... elt o.. o a i the same respect:-and let me ask you wh lvn g en and in mt y opimon, is without tle w aic n harmanie e t ir powers .nc u-

*acgreed for,,.or .wi l l.c ecuh.,r.|,e.J i r h,..o.,..,.* *.LETTERS LOST. En aruollaste saes whc : netie share the jpeop/(. f England had in placing least amohiguity. Itead again, sir, and if you -ulties : and tl-tl ,inder the wise and gracious
l... Utown, or fo ff 1i Ir I .I.l"n .Ill ; e.. ti OST between Londonderry ond Boston, on thie y *isc engesu ar te p-ewilliam of O ,ge pon the throne ? The p,.ist in saving that be meant to speak with providence of God, it will be so ge iera y en-
country ithi a.tfiv miles o Boston I not P letters, amosl which renatid the temper of one as the temperof y entin, were declaratory isre-spct of nat ir ich and nob Lterature" joy tat the outl self will be rendered.i
disposalot by the th Yof next month, will then o o l e o o five, men of thet highest y rank the republic, whic belonged to particular f l.. *,n.l 1 .u ll tell you that the generous what pas been imagined and arden.Tly le .red

P l cN Brom tll 60 I,. 1 Il h-ok er, 1,Ichan b d M es tw lattr con dan and A st at ledst on thic t she ml y c lc t son a no t atways Ofnr ting vour amp h et, c o fbleSAT p iyt h is "Le t
,reet, or-lao n Wll.LI\ 4 BE NING, No. 1, le-tt t POE R Ga nde 0s' re crtonfoh i r conduct to- es partially avowed-the othe,- of a Ien. our alseemest have parotevailed over t e our rived, and t iat llt te prepossessions of chi.
Mili.stree. ,t0l S augst8 persontowho tyweeen sty. Youa that asto.the.oreater-artoftthe eral principle accurately undersoodand

,. ,,,, it..-DI ing them to the Gentinel Co-n-ing Room. o-n .n s adv an ced t, y sIectly declared. The re is dance ,w hi-h ed Minister of State with severity, if n ot with purr and sublme truths of an enhgdtene h
RO to.G, n e acmmo te u 9 lrly h bethohttodissefrmrAs. sp frm a sense of oppression .l. rudeness and without disproving his t.- mar.ltyne ous rtheunets- 1
S--H,.,d, ,l.falyveretherar TO JOtEY.ln BOOT AtKERSct But yet you de'ny the correctness of some of ,uld been m tenorthei ctryie ai en i ashe he iin iries mstrityh pt-noed tin ti.
k f i RI I tU t0I sAbu i hu a tmeorndsimir lanagoI.uewv, pc,"nIth h sa' c, t o f it maywe_ isted f a n r

T t om" Bu l be 'ee-toSsArNS E BICKN'LL-nd s6Eit- not1w1hytsuccess..M, .Anruseliu trase p eth .nict toa at-e Ho ,. n m m el c ith ,eob t s e er '
con .t t ,,.., v -- i f h d erel t n apt of yorp eai ty h s, y
v L' ,-, _.J.:Cwith grtiutDe tl r, lli ot A1'cv h Chd l p. ttetress I aobtain A hein e '..ry .an
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&c. 4 r~ous,. i I.."weW. aces If IId.Iaja ent.nualn MI ee t.." But fi t his id o taiv es r fectIt.- wisdt o m.f. ,I.I 'divs of y ,%,il ho nors .1 B t, i r, l I wol d t p ,o c o se.t od nd m a u eh se Im vent towa ds yourtdis approbiation w l i lla
vleassntly~~~~~~~s~~ t heted n. the o n of X a e, C ttn ns till. wih heJu dge fairly cta tIbe sk y u f an n ge h ch c nv y a r poil cho "m
,bi e shal es eloom Bsha eo f', publih e nvncnpl t O [,o I o U S IR.d n A. Chap oets E e hi ri cpl er berve to eer eftll v evide w yn ot on duthe ? pau-sons.r--But itMo re tutIng'h m efto your ganswer. Chri IIIstianit ..- T eimrp-r o r a d yt ha veto bservers db -
-o: unluckyIiyouswilltreat' w ith becom ingedecencythatlandItheplace any great rid-e, w iS.
Parou ens an, d G',:, rdia,'1;, Pwho xclen n Ser ,rvo" /e" v orfeedth atsaCommon- t Op mo iins.rcourseoI me nt he e .tla- If yon Sir M n theMon ondwhatbelnipevsol b xredMr toaks s.o l .IttI ef'ee. Iwi thee foms n ot v set t ?A cro e youasad bn Aerica!n,,
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,' t. s p rea d 6 0 .0 q td t oals a ,t i lr" Fst a t a im e -- to g bet h S o g o n -t h hmill tt ewd f r t i s u Y o u r l ast a n d t h e nco ndes e o f t h n p o o s ti n a m c n -ite n t a w e n w r ti g y orCe t wn;-le dy a r b tt c n n t t .n y u-cl e or .rl i tf otr tr p o nss-o
."il .._t..:.. :fi dreand ithse oteppoe v 'vdyr'm ate. bet.W4 cn tI 'ho ni'a isal.-3 r iso true. Th eirc nies t het can oretnb essof '- view, yo were inl ven e ddvh ocap e frso dna ery whapyi thae pro you don e f itrth beed fi t.h4' with1 whutie s only echtyo haed wiheart, ton
a I. ,plel .i onto femae :t ohis terat th B' rohFA n. n-. re. n At"teSNndhael.I It, is lassdotri en hs l e ma ptious. feel ingsid icu le is t founde d onat pe rfect P ossi lye:it ga e o Myou b te w of d. "rnss t "Iott"feelex to a ndvance ithe towaress t ? stfgor-ious l,n .
k ) O M r-tsre.'set -- '- ..d" *.. r t e-t e -a e co v y niIa A ,totl sy e cb a,' ed r ou i. But ,th e istyl Be io a")you0rp e --formouranse ~ swerIa confs s ,!i s a p werfut ate ,w i mthh r s.n t e.re ttut s o Ua
at No,_:, -, ..ddnsaslun h~ ult.T eprnilswih mr dre b "te r evr set3,ITog. Theadd refes t Deo rces t and not wtihlon u tfethe loqer .inde)u ed nwSirradihatyo reef r vmte sallyurrseofntmento?
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L."T GBAV F l[ ,,, .., hous tie hnor. 0i9i,Bra B n'i tr. The- imehi chons nofeu iiosn feigsaeofm r the ,Ti(]i hesb..i!tnadwllyulhb ddesdtoy u.nosiosO Ts
forming t hist. ,. o k ndte enent os '~ da re ehnde. n tetie bt mythn 'th rcialws ,I-ant te nyl Itiate whnation rfeci ilegovel frn, ghtiuhve ti s eaid rk A .tll otseemexpessinm y lear evie ntyo fasto passing" from ti alenmi~ e,9
the house and yard (the wails and tex rdlcp ted) a trlien- pnlaen. 'thhy teni-al f, I...tin d1 nthie htdqn in- i al bth e stan e. aem ith forg raon tedso thosa w o o -yen.ou .0ere eae.nottwil otothaer o aelvte sae f oaloa d eigiotisfom
, I ers a e i ls i m k h l k m n e h m sa m a da 1wel l in.J -- ..11 11oh erse. A l n o f h g o a c f h mnna t reh etle,, m ret n t e rt, asi n yto t]v n gaht ie l at e youra igYo uh v e r e e redn t n t mth e ,pro o sof yu r e~ l oq u en -c fe in t e d ta e in 'u r ty th n n o o f
buhenginy e in, ndSeptember nurte- plxtetosesioo.ten roosfe ligsfBferentt o uc hColassesy,. er r cd av b en be efet d ) igsa d "it mnI he ir tnttr th t atrivebe n mh ae
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49. Bluou ake, Esq 'irs .. r-ief' ,tenean e -ee'o b tw, ofhsA des .o .,,. tuay~rt,ithe expulsinnwordannnet, nor to the anpr lhe-tV. nwill a hlvance in g nitewas rtle, utlilefethed
I ac pasaD ew -yo H. of ey lonl 1nE [osq is i t nolth. _Al ., R1 I' s ill,; his cou ,nty. lit t ,; Un t tOWa ) aketh on e. effectual guie utPre hardlyheodh, os ,out to era'
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... ea nv ma sm e l.. ,m ......out i.d a- .,i-, "tilyoutserious in ith oui t timat l lon h tt eo p s- "s e rnuv o h .lt v t r n ee c f t s a v rb e ta n d b t~ o sd
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I..,I.. N P .. ....OEnCEndaasdte same wh h are entetand edat, ilw ic le hls eWilyel onoei ara lv rtu nd tegtrd dto the diffseiand genouin
i u, Is -'- .. .. ,-0w ,vvt-he vlntEn .Jis1rlN... b(yhe his t'"s F ern oteluest,tt ila f nn terptd theih aio,-nd teAm rca cllesut outy;Iwdenwtl cvrb fud if'r ,grae ta) a ve en nw
i th a th e ir k to~ l N lee tio nlyfiof tile .hivt.",hi'h b el oniledItoMg h trb eewo rth h ile to,,,'srv eo,.I.sIe re th etpa rti stwe r etntt, th e'sae ro usIa ir)(a` h aslb etonli,;gentk e napla c ee ntty tin ysoth e
,, t- e x c ell e t nd atal e nta noI '
: ne 'eter,' i l.,. n,,-of tis. riel, n mt _,,," sA t ..are the at "it h e critan es of palunt s ite bisoeterdo;Yts oN u.e h sb tay dy uI nto* ono d WE
S D n ig il l .. 'o IO o,. ,Orsr .W E G v ry t et ofo c u sel .e stry no adil eny tone .oo proln
tn t F ot, ,,te a lka io Supt:o, r em- t od~ad eto l attl; er 1o stil o a id. cas A su a-hatsowedg e r.fth ut okntwsto.mayc llee tslme one, wash an appieb causen we aay tieu, lw oftw ill- 1 th~e d ru nat ion l eei ng'istlclv, opin .te. ssporiia se abr a mo en, obserrveligion. i
btrSoat7,P f -;Iadnv o 1 o all. 1-t x etb Ted, howe erth att et} c ia v. e e ats
Nc- :t h:n.By ord rao eo mprePeaend ede nI Grvoft en onseuictice wFeu ,olevine wri1 in1"cryoorr p ampnUlet,- nc ran e" 't ,.t- a o "a" 'i is"n
__i e t-'ea d ,a h ,leoftl oa r' -" E tw on O n 0 'erIa :i s e wards us ,- t h `n e r r e a ln i, fIfY n p T e u t b
t." person to who n they IroilenileUeteningy oot'-arll- -'------ __ ____ t. .... ..... ^Al> oralrinelpthiak urately udesrroed "nndCdn-siderar'onity. ou havet'[tracOed at dist-n.t21s'.- lahood an y[ w -uth;eren directedvtoesupport th
.4eR a- i to 6 G .,teelaen tan theam emorydOteou 'z l s h rdly be t ought to dissent rom r. Aqxets.
I- o i l r n -n o p t r t r s Ith n a m n u e sC o l. o n t e ty f rstr at e B () O 'I .-t h o s. a n f h s e o i nioass e r t th a t til aLt ew l leh sy o u h v a4 n d d t o I. Io "6h;v o d m u d h t m- r I e ha.s o w h e a 'r w a m t u it, p- ,;di- n t hn c
w Lk o'th .e I q i eat e e tr l o N .ER emavind s .tbadv e p tvm ni batpl a)k t m w th v i se n fire, t on h n~l 0pini on oul ha;eb e n m ae f 1'urtunate, had y fou U! -"i/ witP,5t at tend 111inrr jto'v tr Ilaneh I e r 1 f-uta he ns e d o. e'g
:~7 ir, nd n io u 9, r : ""'"-' '; ts obea si oe v mr theddotion t "s
AS U.11 ,- ~ -o-" ttl-er n ,to .-IEA.t S 7& B -ICK eL, r E nt thuees.M d l ueh pl ae peld/iecly t te Heoesnfa twoil loastv elensswilth obes li.edo trg-l, tIvr stpwalerl
S 'd sp 1-l I" .-1 ;I- 1,,...I'Eli, pub- I lfridq-e C. .. ....oration.. ... .. .. .... R me. or-ieda un. Y u m' 'ilt i T -- I f ll lossi inffl,,,nce tht enl oyour- I- vclad in ire, .

j TOBE-L-T,-RugV9 hafteced liberties;" and this leads you t
f -Tas.. .eEnrtibi "psuto .le.. ....a .. to""r i" "0--" "-'
o US' 104, in .'.a,,,- -treet, now oecu- .- W N COO K." '- devote two or three pages to an assertion of" Jamsfthe tnh rhpone had la c rl'l am o odr e -. m ui force ofns phicosol)iucalC conviction to tpte .
pied-by M r. Lin uee. P possession m ay .ble, ta- W A N T E D a WV om a n to do the c ook ing of a th e inh eren t rig h ts of E n g lishm en In s op Jam e's from the. .th ron e an l . p la ce W i llia m o n I ltwhc m ,Yi'l I oi ),)t,'nu'. s dls. .wi u" c yil e : .0.the,,"
'ken onuthe1"7thinst' pply at W. D1,EC" IER's ; "family. Noneneed apply butasuel s can portofyour remarks, youapeal to En lish op- tseyh regt o cY ulhara, Y" ., "s "" : i i
. ..ct la Congress- Otreet. ep3w .a-u 8 be well rIeeommnded. frora their lasitplace. Ap- lawyers ; and cite Sir ED wARaD Co E T ad Sir ha, no 0 ng. e assured, sir, no honlO. l airy bet t s 'i .. .. ,
plv ,.. .p t ntizleleaounting.Room i aug29

nearthis-town for water, and on many prop- OS ,'
M CSCELLANY erties in Clarendon and St. Elizabeth, we BOSTON, Oi O'
Learn that cattle have actually been turned WEDNESDAY MORNINS, PT. 518 n
'Gene'il W Varcrn's Ol'ations. into the woods to shift for themselves from ~. --- fc
( enet al .. ".R.-. .. ,a Sket.,ch, es ,t the want of either grass or water. On most There has not been any arrival from Earel th
Fr K s gaphical Sketches of the coffee settlements a promising crop on since our last; anid the mail papeisfrom.eve '
"TtIIS next oraion was delivered Mal ch th is already se quarter are unusually barren of c vent r
II 6th, 177$.ie hu d delereo. fear, from present appearances, may be en- ci .
7 .at his own icittion that e tirely lost from the want of rain: Eveiryfield '" ,S
1772.] It his scon te of great corn planted" with the little rains The Greeks.-Several accounts hive late V
was appointed to tis duty a sec,. .
I he facts illustrative of his character, nd which fell in April has perished. been received of the situation of the Greeai
worthy of remembrance. Some British f ill-i insurrection in European Turkey, which arli
cersofthe army then in Boston had public c ly .1 iYL-yAD BATTOI, AG. o30. uectoes, or new versions, or event san
declared that it should be at the price of he LOMBIAN EPUBLIC. but echoes, or new versions, of events a
life ofanv mal. to speak ofthe event of Ma *ch The following is an extract of a letter re- reports received some time -since. :.ihes P
5, 1770, on that anniversary. WABRREN'S qnil ceived from one of the South American offi- accour.ts, however, add, that it -had bein `e e
took fire at such a threat, so openly made, cers, who passed some time here. during the timated that 40.000 Greeks have been ya
and he wished for the honor of braving i-. late armistice on the Spanish Main, and who sacred in Constantinple Smyrna, .
This was readily granted, for at such a timnt a sailed from th;s in May last, to rejoin their sacred e Syrna, &cby th
man would probably find but few rivals.-M a. respective corps in the Patriot army, on the Turks; and that numerous bodies of Russia!f
ny who would spurn the thought of person al renewal of hostilities. Theytook with them troops were collecting on various pointsol.th t
fear might be apprehensive that they would the respect and good wishes of many of our empire. J
be so far disconcerted as to forget their dis- fellow citizens, who will be gratified to hear Nothing bearing the stamp of authentcit ;n
coufise. It is easier to fight bravely, than l.o of their safety at the date mentioned. Colo- has' yet appeared to point out what :p1rt,
think clearly or correctly in danger. Pas- nel LYSTEn and Doctor Mvnpert continued in any, Russia will take in the affairs of T'urke)
sion sometimes nerves the arm to fight, but the improved state of health which they en- and its revolutionary subjects. The Eminere 6
disturbs the regular current of thought. The joyed on leaving this; and, in common with has long since expressed his'disappr obatic t
day came and the weather was remarkably, their fellow soldiers, were in high spirits from of the revolutionary throes and proceed f
fine. The Old South Meetintg-ho'se was recent successes,and the bright prospects be- inks; but did not express any initentioIn .I
crowded at an early hour'. The British offi- fore them:- I interfering to suppress them. The E liqpe. h

* to the pulpit, and several oftheni'were with- Cuntarebo, 26/ h.Jily.--On our march from vectim a conspiracy not less crisiasa'tnei
in it. It was not precisely known whether Coae, wert e we received every kind attention, and that of JV'aples ;" and added, "'The- aufoinl
this was accident ur design, Theorator with tl '.. a .tio, from tl. e Gov-, all these plots thought themselves. V rtfN
theassistance o6hisfriends made hisentran cene ns .ra e. vwl t but oiriothatb firm p b s.
At hAepulpit window by a ladder. ehe offi' brealkfasted at.7 o'clock. PAt ,4i.mediatel alter defy any danger howevergreat or s:"
a eerriaghiaeoaees abd intrepidity,malde airtdeparture,a party ntfthe Spanisuds arrivede- But there i-eno prl'ceedtngs wictih'r e ni
way for him to advance a;:d address the audi- They pursued us for'three drays aid nights, but appear that he intends to make any ar cf-
ence. An awful stilhiess preceded his exor- being well mounted, they could not come up with forts to suppress those plots. Whatjturse
dium Each man felt the palpitations of his us, and then gaovover the chase. At Toeayo, 75I he,arid his brother of Russia, will irsue,
.own heart, and saw the pale but determi- leagues from Coro,,re joined a corps of the army when the head of the nItiurrectiors too
ised face of his neighbor. The speaker be- destni' tor this place, where we arrived and are n:ighty to be put down by the whho] force
gan his oration in a firm tone of voice, and at present quartered. The. harassing nature of which the Porte can bring against time
proceeded with great energy and pathos.- the operations carrie on by the enemy, oblige must unfold.
S d d 0our small arrisioll to evacuate Coro and mal nsih no
Sa elre pepae to this position. The Spaniards, withs audacity, i1i- From raszil.-According to advi s fiom-
chastisecontumely, prevent disgrace, amid a- loed, but here they met with a reception that St. Sal vador, receivedl ;ere, tlto z ;ilians
Avenge an attempt at assassination. will make the survivors cautious how they agaiu spoke very freely of deposing the P ce Re-
"The scene was sublime; a patriot in present themselves before Curarebe. Nothing eP ta -'his ry t tad fte
whom the flush qfyouth, and the grace and could exceed the bravery of the feenales who ar- gen t,.I rnis ,party ;-t'at a fat attempt
th h d dedh r ohd been made to declare Indep dence.
dignity of manhood were combined, stood rived here with the garrison finom Coro. Tney o bee "ma to declare Indepdence,
armed in tie sandtuary of God, to animate and were seen during the action,'in the hottest five of which had failed; and that the Jluropean
encourage the sons of liberty and to hurl de- the enemy, wititi a resolution which nothing but Portuguese were in anxious expecltion of
fiance at their oppressors. The orator cm- Iatriotism could inspire, assisting the wouitded, the arrival of 3000 troops, nd and adron
menced with the early hslo:y f the coun- supplying the wearie with drink. and nimating from Lisbon
try, described the tenure by which we held "all 1V tY-i' pt ...1. t..., mc in afewdavs when Buoenaparte's death.--. O'MiA late a
our liberties and property--the affection we ,re shall advance and re ake Cori Yon w'ill'regret physician to Buo Craa'TE, has puhshe.d a
had constantly shown the parent country, to hear thia Cabpt. Us itr met with :i seinous accident I long'letter since the death of the ExEmpcr-
and boldly told them Iow, and by whom -on.,dischargitg a pistol, that had beeu sou.etime or. which has made miu'ch noise in unrope.
these blessings of life had been violated.- loaded, itbutst; dislocated his thunmband wounded He narrates hle treatment which B. r '.eived,
There was in this appeal to Bri;;iin-in this him severe in thb" head. He was doing well, but and attributes the disease of which le died,
description of suffering agony arld horror, a Contrary to the isitoft his surgeon, he'a few days to his confinen eut oni the rock ; an to the
calm and high-souhled defiance which must igo entered -on active service, whteh may be ol- chiagtin attendant on hi- impricsontitut and
have chilled the blood of every sensible foe. oe y csequees we should all regret. ornt. This letter has producsever
"a"hh s otwoyears they haveh-nothad rain here. a th.inghith- treatmea. is letter lar po eeevera
Such another hour has seldom happened in .rto unktows and ich is aof cor er, a great answers, in which the writers state, hat the
thie history of man, and is not surpassed in drawr-.elk un the proiluce of the country but all British Governor 1.owr, the FrenchCommis-
the records of nations The thunders of military ad political afais go on well, in every sioner Mo cs.es, Count BEA'rAAsl ad isle-
DEMosTrni-xs rolled at a distance from PHIL- respect, and as yu cou ld wish." nv hundred others, had eesided on the rock,
ir andhshost-and Trr pou-red th- fiercest------ as long as he had, aundfelt no inconvenience
torrent of his invective when CATITEaz was at WVASilsxGTo, AvToTr 30.-A letter from from the climate ; and that he (1,) enjoyed
a distance and his dagger no longer to be Kac askia July 17. anntonces the reprieve, many convenience.4 which few otler.e;ould
feared, but WVAaIRa's speech was made to f. r on -th. of the two Indians who were command tar
proud oppressors resting on their arms. to havei been hanged oun the 14th at July. The British Parlia'men! stands Irorogued
whose errand it was to overawe, and whose The same letter states, tha death has sine to the 20th September,
business it was to fight. erteved onie of the IndiaTs from the i no-
"Ifthe deed Gf B)rIuus deserved to be comrn- mint of a public execu:itn. A large- nithi- AERIAL ASCENSION
emoated by isory, poetry, painting a -d tue had is-embled to witness the ex, cii. n ndav afternoon the cities of this
sculpture, should not this instance of patriot- IThe fatal hour of three 1 or -t e.it on nviday afternoonessed the citizens of thiss-
ism.and bravery be held in lasting remem- ,f the convicts, wts a -.. I when i, tw, mm, vicn rty witnessed tae ferste uccess-e
ie'rance ? If lie p ess front Washington. brought i ,i I' ., t!ar excursion attempted pere. Agree-
*That stroucothe f'remnosst manaf l htsi world,' What a disn-,n'h t tht a e t naly to oticenivs f.ro. Guni ascended fin
waislhiled- as the first of fre-emen. what han.- criiw l No e ,Os t he lasattei-W I i.loon, (Atlhouta p3rachite) from Wash-
ors are not duei to him, who undismayes d c, i 's the leetet-w i. n-,it Gade -tveen an o'clock;
bearded the British lion, to showed thie world 'ite dhismapptoit mit s uiexlhcta nid ose majestically overthe trees of thIe mall,
what tis cotintri'nen dared to doi in tile catiuse resp ite wo a isaft-i soapparent.," -is a, the --..ssed, a a .considerable hciin er the
of liberty? Ihe statue ofRy is was pli- lt Vi ci ma'- not ammsent and pr his balloon unhnt.rossed
ced.ani.ngtltose-of tile goles, vlo wenre the PrI isy p l.Uiont otthos P who flockent tl charles river, and landed is perfect safety
p*t'5-siers fe ani feni~e~ ossA;iotthat ilte in s a shew; but we near the Ten IHills farm, on the Medford
io in fllia. ifitv niche in ttse attn.itle 9 e ihe

JY iT MAILS. phl a ure oft reprieing f.i-, the gallows a mis wi from S. S. E. wtas at times sqally.--
'-F-YORK. ALarAv, Ave. 31, 1821. ernible anttored saaeg guilly tl 1i hl'h '- These circumstances created an impression
STATE CONVEN TION. i r nce, more ithan covet the mt nnpo- tat the ascension would be postponed ; and

HE Delegates of the People chosen to s of is elevated tatio it was not until after one o'clock, P. M. that
th institution of the State t it was generally understood that it would ac-
revise the Constitution of the State, met A Correspondent requests us to ask the tally take place. The inflation oftheballoon.
in Convention in chis cily on Tuesdav last. EdCto s he tent *fV t 11 c ask th tually take place. The inflation ofthe balloon.
inOf onhutioned in tin Tuesday last. Editors ofthe Ntional Intelligeicee, wheth- commenced about one o'clock, and fiom tiat
Ofonetehundred 122attendd twenty fivcoe Delegates er there is not a mistake in the first letter of time the Common, and houses adjacent to the
elected. 122 attended in the ose of t the name, in a paragraph lately published in Gardens, began to fill with spectators; at
day. o ia balot for President the U on. -tht paperD concerning a swindler who passes8 the time of the ascension, who, amounted to
s lecteD. avic-Prei94 etf 110 vof the U S imselffor an agent of the General Post Of- many thousands. The Gardens, we regret
Hwas. elected, having 94 of 110 votes. [The flee, under the name of TNSssLr.-Peters- to add, seem not so weilfilled. Thiosel p.es
lion. Rers KuNm had 8.] John tP Bacon, unde te me o to add,we not so well filled. Thosepes-
(Clerk of the Senate) and Sqlmuel S. Gard- br" Into. ent, who contributed to defray the expenses
nor, were chosen Clerks, and Henry Fryer, There, was no such mistake as above sug'- of the enterprize, were estimated at about
Sergeant at arms. The clergy of; Albany gested, and we do not understand what cat 600. This number, we learn, was not suffi-
'were requested to officiate daily, in rotation, have led to the suggestion in the Peters- cient to remunerate the actual expenses of
as Chlaplains. burg paper. There is.a gentleman of the name Mr. G.-But, swe can add, that a variiety of
Yesterday,. as soon as the Convention was of A. B. LiaDsSLE, who has been for a year considerations led many persons who were
called to order, the Committee appointed to or two an agent of the General Post Offiep ins present to anticipate that the number would
prepare Rules and Orders, reported in part, the Western country, and yct, is an agent, not be so large as it.was. All doubts on the
which was amended, and accepted. Three and entitled to full confidence and credence subject b ging now effectually removed, full
doorkeepers, and an assistant Serjeant at as such.' The name assumed by the impos- confidence may be entertained that on the
Arms, were chosen One hundred and fifty toris Tinse1, though doubtless he can change repetition of the ascension, and the contem-
copies of the Constitution of the State, were the first.letter of his name upon occasion, as plated descent with a parachute, this amiable
ordered to be printed for the use of the mem- it is quite possible he had done in some case and self-collected aeronaut will be compen-
bers. The hour.inithe morning for the which has come to the knowledge of the cor- satedfor his-science and intrepidity in aman-
mieting of the Convention wasfixed for 11 respondent of the Petersburg Intelligencer. no.r worthy of the reputation of Boston.
o'clock, until otherwise ordered. -.V'ut. Intel. As the car left the ground the citizens in
On Thursday, Mr. KING, after an able and Survey of George's ioul.-The following the Gardens gan e Mr.G. a succession of hearty
enlighteniig speech, moved, That a Corn- is an extract front the report of the officer chiefs in token of their approbationandoke-
mittee of thirteen be appointed to consider sent, by order of the Navy Department, to chiefs iof taken aof ty.heir approbation andexpress cohi
and report the manner in which it will be survey George's Shoal- fidence of his safety-Mr G. expressed his
expedient to take up the business of the Con- ,] The S. E.point is in latitude 41 dew. 3S min. acknowledgements by rising in his car and
vention to be appointed by the President. N. longitide 67 deg. 46 mii. WV. WVes, Point saluting with his hat; and, as lie passed over
This motion was carried, and the Conven- latitiuld- il deg. 12 min. N. longitude fiS deg. 11 thle Common, and the heights, returned the
tion adjourned to Friday morning, min. 30. see. \V.; the N. E. point in latitude 41 loud and hearty cheers of the citizens, with
Sdeg. 45 idn. N. longitude 67 deg. 56 min. W.-- a continued display of flags.
The New-York .Adveate says, We pay Besides this im in shoni, there are several breakers Th-' process of filling the balloon is not the
30 per cent. dearer for every thing in donmes.p to tie N. ad E.; o5ne it lt. -t deg. 50 m it Nh least interesting part of the exhibition. Very
tic use than the people of.Philadelphia, and ly aond easterly in latitude 41 deg. 3 min. N. en- wte, ho have not seen it, can have an. tde.
are not so well served." Hswe can this be ? 0g1hitude 67 deg. 40 min. W.
," The shoals are very dangerous, and whoever apparatus and ingredients used, nor the man-
PEN.' r'iUntot.A .pniA, Ster. 1: approaches them must be subject to be carried on ner in which the gas is prodlteed.. Persons
HEALTH OF BALTIMORE. by rapid tidtes arnd currents, unless the windshould present at this exhibition, who have seen ,
There were fifteen deaths in the city of be very ti-vorable. others in France, England, .,armany, anil
Baltimore during the 24 hours ending at suc- TIey are composed of a great nutiber of nar- Itahy, were united in the remark, that they
rise on Thiursda last, including eve, by m id spits ta l of ast mut tea h itud never witnessed one in" which the tr-
ligiant fiver, viz :-John Osher, Mrs. Wiao- ltiee ileetat low Siater it a calm dcay. The tiideHI arrangements mnre scientific a*ld safe, anm
kin, Mary Watson, John Bath, Mary Baarts- goesr-ouind the corn|,ass ith the sun, in aboutur 13 te aseen unore g ce'nful anl aj cstic.
cheer, a youth of the name of Kincaid, and a hours, setting foini to 3 tile per hour, accord- th ascentmoi e graceful and majesty e
Gardener, whose name is not mentioned, ing to the shoa!ness of the waler. All the li.ts A few minutes before the large balloon a-.
-- and desci ipions which I h"ave seen are very inmor. cended, a small one was despatched as a nmes-
Alccident.-On Thursday afternoon a little rent, giving no idea of the shoals." senger, to amnnounice that every thing was
before dusk, as a boat with a fishing partyof .... ready, and to ascertain the course of the
seven persaitt was returning to town, the .an Ohio Family.-We published lately an voyage.,
steamboat Union. which plies between South account ofafrily part in New.York State, im. GOr.TLLE, we are authorized to say, will
street wharfand Kaighn'sPoint,run herdown, which consisted of 76 persons. WIe find a make a second ascenusion in a few dI ys, if suf-
Mr. Charles W. Westphall, of Race-street, more numerous one in a Cincinnati paper, ficlent encouragement is offered, of which,
between Second and Third, watch case mak- consisting of- we think, there can be no doubt.
er and gilder, and two of his sons, were. un- Michael Isgrig an Barbara his wife, 'ine of Sciene" remarks tht th
fortunately drowned: the others saved them- Children 17, married 14., --.-- -- .- e e m t
selves by swimming to shore. {randehildren 96, married 7, 103 coue tl hon mm the Cadn, was
This stressing occurrence ought to ope- tat randchirepidy pass-i through the e aerial re
rate as a mCst serious admonition not only to Total, .. s glons, was nearly 2 miles in a straight line.
tIe sters and cars of stamboats, bt to The above 158 person are descendants as taken from the last edition of Hales' map
all individuals who are in the habit of reere- from one marriage. Ml. lsgrig i:, still a ie- of Boston and its environs."
is generally speaking too little attention paid markably active man for Iis years." Ihe Salem Gazette remarks that the Bal-

to keeping a good look out; while on the e loon was distinctly seen by the naked eye in
part ot the sm 11 boats there is a degree of S. CiAROLINA. C A sTiI ow, AUG. 23 that place. .--
temerity displayed in approaching the steam THE FLORIDAS. Gale.-On Mnndaiy night a short but severe
boats which miayforfeitmany livies.-Gazette. St. .u.usti,'e, .3ug. 18. Despatches have gale of wind, from S. E. did considerable
-- been received by Mr. Woa'TarrGsros from damage to the trees and fi-uit in this vicinity.

St. Juao .de la Vega, June 6. The dry Gov. JxACKSO, informing that lie took posses- Market-men say, that they passed whole or-
weather experienced in this district lately,nas sion of Pensacola on the 17th July. Judge chards yesterday, without seeing scarcely ,in
been the most severe we have experienced Faxo-wrt, of tile U. S. Court, has arrived at apple on trees which on Monday were load-
for mnsy years; and considerable distress for Pensacola. ed with them. Much of the best of the win.
psasturage and water' has' takent-.lace. The Jonsr Ro r MAiEsq. Collector, Mr. Roazn's ter fruit must be made into cyder, as it can-
cattle have been'entirely removed from places S. HEDDEn, and MATT'rHa JENXCTNS, inspec- not be preserved for use. Peaches, plumns,
that have 'not for twenty years before been tors of the Customs, have arrived here from &c. have also been blown down.-Some of
so entirely without the means of supporting New-York. --- the venerable elns in our Commnot lhad some
hem. From several places in St. Johns the j Don Jullan Fernandez de Roldan has enter- of their limbs torn off. T"il' shipping did
he stock have ibe4n driven to Itif CobrClr e osa hk dutie as .Intendant of Cubam. not sustain much damage.

MArtr.. The annual General Election ih
uir sister State will take place on Monday
ext. Though no deep interest iM felt here
'r the result, the spirit of electioneering
here has never been more 6n the alert, and
e ver more acrimonious and personal. The
andid'.'e f-r Governor are thae Hon. AtaLowr
' Pu.iii- .nd Gen. JOSst A WusrATti. In
ime of the federal papers, the Houn.EzEiKiL
ariTMTAN liis been named; but we'hsave been
ssu-'el, that he has not considered himself a
andil(,te. If a judgment of the suffrages of
lie eh.tcirs may be formed from the ballots
t the County Caucusses, the votes for Mr.
annUTS will be three, to one cast for General .
French Squadron.-The .tv'ew ork papers
Mention, that the French squadron which
itely arrived at- Sandy Hook, would sail
rom' thence the first fair wirid,iprobably for
his harbor. The squadron having been sub-
ected to a long quarantine, the officers have
not, as we learn, visited the city of New-York.

The new Theatre in New-York, was to be
opened on Saturday evening last for the first
ime; when the prize address of our young
ellew-citizen was to be delivered by Mr.
nirrsos. We have not heard what reception
has been given to it. From one or two pub-
ications in the papers of that city, suspicions
vere entertaincd,that a combination had been
formed to hiss the address on its delivery..
We don't believe a word of ec he existence of
such a combination. N .o Atierinoan citizens
can be capable of auch meanness and malig-
n ity ... '- ..L : -.. ---_
The new edifice is pronounced to he equal
to any one in Europe, -in point of construe-
tion,convenience and decoration. Thew friends
of the drama have embraced the occasion to
recommend several new regulations to be
observed by the audience. The Ladies are
not to wear bonnets, nor the Gentlemen their
hats in the lower boxes, nor in any box in
which there are ladies.-Turning the back
Sthe audience, duringthetime time the curtain
is down, is to be prohibited on pain of ex-
posure in tihe papers; walking on the seats
to be expressly forbidden; and those who
crack nuts in thie hoes, are t> be considered
"hogs," and expelled.

Yesterday the Society othehe Bar of Suffolk
eld thed their anniversary meethig ; when an ad-
dress was pronounced, in the Court-House,
by the Hon. JuIdge STO NY, of Salem, on the
prospects of the Law and the"Jurisnpritdence
of our country. It did justice to the talent,
intelligence, learning, and eloquence of the
speaker. --
Mr. N'ATnita.Mi G. SSEiL.T.ran is elected Pres-
ident of the Massachusetts Fire and Marine
Insurance Company, in the place of 'AutaOLD
Wr.Lrs, Esq. resigned.
The Sonuth Carolina Aeademy of Arts'have ad-
mitted Gilbert Stuart, of Boston, Thrlomas Sully,
of Philadelphia, and J.W. Jarvis, Samuel L. Wal-
do, and John .Trumbull, of New York, honorary
Members of Iheir Society.
The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com-
pany held its first autumnal training day on
Monday last, tnder the command of Adjutant
General- Smsnn Et.
We understand the Norfolk Guards, under
Capt. 'DoonGTT, will march to the Wolcott farm
in Brookline, this morning, for Camp Duty, eand
return: to Roxbury on Friday.
The Salem Light TIlantry lately visited Glotl-
cester ; and twe scarcely need to add to those who
know the town, that th'ev were received and treat-
td with n hospiteais y in style, feaulingland effect,
not inferior to that s iown by the capital to ato-
the-r moil itiary corpse.
Thfte alem Cadets,n we learn, will shortly, in a
march of exercise, visit the H.Q. of the Comman-
olen.u Sheict ini Medford.
The Seasofn.Ite.al' ptarlt of" thies;, --
have heard fronn, the late rains have fully saturat-
ed the eiarlt, and the pas'ched pastures, aid the
while vegetabei kintphlom were rapidly recovering
from the effects of the late drought, except tie
Indiaotei Corn which in inan) parts lhad suffered
beyond recovryv.
fHorticulturdal.-At a late annual show of Water
Melons, at Montreal, the tw largest weighed, one
14 lhIs. 9 ioz. the rther 141lbs. 8 oz.-Melonus o
this weight here, are considered of the middle size

ComVplinentirOn Monday last week during
the eclipse, as several young gentlemen were
viewing the sun through smoked glass, a
younglady passing, accosted them with "Pray
gentlemen what do you observe ?" wlen one
of the gentlemen replied, "As you were pass.
ing we observed an eclipse of the sun."-
1- oughkeepsie llerald.

Recor-ds of Health and Disease.
Notwithstanding the warmth and humidity
wtich hlas existed duringthedog.-d yesthe prin-
cipal part (,f the capitals of the several States
of the Union has enjoyed unusual good health.
n. e Orleans, Savannah, Charleston, Phila.
delphia, J Aew-.York, 1'Providence, and Boston,
have been entirely free from epi.cmic or
pestilenltial disease.
'T'Hu FL.Onnna.-Letters from Amelia is-
land, ofthe 4th,say, that there was not thlien
a well family in the island ; and in some, con-
sisting of twenty whites and blacks, not one
was able to assist the other. The supqrsti-
tieosi Spaniards say-a plague has followc:d
the Americans into the Florid-as.
Nove OLca, Virg'. The disease which has
been fatal in about 20 cases, is confined to
a narrow spot, and not considered alarming
in other parts of tlie city.
W st.tsIreTov., N. C. No new cases of fe-
ver had occurred for several days at the last

that Mrs .los, Wordcll, died suddenly of
yellow fever the 19th, and Lambert Morris,
who visit-d Mrs. Wordell, died on tle 25lth,
oat tie same disease, and thSat they then had
five castes of the same disease, chiefly con-
valescent. -c o .
.'ccident.s, Crimes, &c. A whiskey distille-
ry (C-trntll's) situated osn Ltng.-Island. N Y.
was destroyed by fire the 30th ult. The fire
was occasi-ned by a l-amp coming in contact
with ait igiling"l the steam from one of the
stills. Property insured b 5000.
Four men .were executed for murder at
C n';twall, Upper Canada, on Mondey last

'"fnccler, thotegh it hath no tongue, can speak
-*t b most itracolous organ." A Capt Joseph
YellOnaty hias lately bi-et comiTn'.ted to jaii in
Nurth. Carolina, on suspicion of having been
the tnurderer of a man whese body was found
floating in T'as-qiotank river, sewed in a blan-
ket. YVellewly had been seen with another
malt is a bilt onu thie river, had landed at
a pltte owned by a Mr. Saw-yer, and hud taken
SCvt rml atones on board his boat from a pile,
against ihe couseot of S. who wanted them
for a pnarticulhi purpose. One of the stones
had sare tieculiarhity about is whltiih made it

remarkiible.-.Whotn the bcdy was found, Mr.
-. was present; and it appeared. that stones
had been placed in the blanket to sink the
body and that they all had escaped by a rent;
bit the peculiar stone, which remained, and
whiich was recogmxted tby Mr. Sawyer, as tlie
sunte taken b) Yellowly This led to other
circumstances., and Ycllowly was fully cornm-

mitted pn the charge of murder, though be- remains will he entombed on T'ltrstay Affernoon,
fore his character and circumstances had at 3 o'clock, from the Rev Mr. Codmat's Meet-
rplaced him habov-e suspicion. ingi-liouse. Friends and Relations are requcstedil to
Firple at Soasta ov" t ust attend without further notice.
Fire at Savannan. the 20th August At Lechmere's lPoint, on Sacurday cvenig lajst,
eleven buildings were destroyed by fire in Mr. Jonathan L ales, j e. -ged 34.
Savannah, near Abercorn-treet.M. Joathan Faes j aged 4.
Savannah, near Abercorn-street. In Waithamr, widow Susannah Wright, aged 65.
In Medfieid, henry Prentiss, Esq lateoef loston
ACADEMIC RECORD. a ed 73. _- .
In IUwton, 12Bill tilt. Mist Atig-ill Eutits, t. -46,
Dartmouth College, N H. Commencement, in ,Cohsset, ou Monday, Mrs. Deborah, Praitt,
22d ult.-P.xofessor Amms did the dutiesof ged 7 ife of Mr. Caa iP Fn thisate.r-
President. Prfesor R noon," at 3 o'clo&k. r elations anid tri-nls are r,-"
Presdent. Professor CAMBEAIN was in. quested to atted without l-the r notice. '
ducted into office previous to the exercises, It, South Bridgewa atr Capt Sinow Stetson,
and a Latiri Address, by him, took place of aged 62.
the usual salutatory oration. The English In Salem, Mr. William Boyntth, aged 35.
Orations were seven in number ;- and there In Tsaubion,-Mr. Bc.j. Shores, aged AVinety.
Was a Forensic DisputatiOn, Declamation, and In Cumnberland, 1. 1Abiel roWn Esq. age
Conference, .ini the same language.-There .Vinety-five. s. aged
were also one l.atin Aed one Greek Oration. I- Pawtucket, Mr. Comfort Ingraham, aged 35'v
The degree of Bachelor of Arts was -6nfer In West St.ckbrdge, CapL Ezekiel Stone,a "
redon Henry Alan,, Zrhaiahi Bfell, aged 72.
, read on. Henry AdanmsmZaharial eildrh, It Newhuryport, Capt. Jere.miah Stickney,
Caleb Bil bank, Tliuma Bu.i ell, EberChild, aged 42.
Abijah Cross, Zenas Clapp, Joseph-B. East- In Salisbury, N. H. of a canor. in the throat,
man, Stephen Fosteri, Thomas S. Fullerton, Amos, son ol .eresmy We bsaLr, aged I9. ,
John Jameson, John ff. Kimball, Daniel Lans- In Chesterfield N. H. Hon. Levi Jackson aged
caster, Samuel Marsh, David Merrill, Stephen 49.
Morse, William M'Questen, William J. Moody, In Portland, on Saturday writing last, Mrs.
Samuel- Russell, Levi Smith, William L. Caroline E. Willis, agedi 3, wife of Mr. George
Walker, Joseph S. Washbui:n,'Charles White W i is, and daughter of Richard HuunneWe Ew.
ale Jos p K. Y ioft that place.X.
and John K. Young. i In Smyrna, Delaware John Cifk, Esq lat
The degree of Master of Arts was confer. e GEvernor of at State r q. *late
red on twelve gentlemen, in order. JVanfi* In Norfolk, Capt. Seth Storer, aged 63, owner
notgiten. Professor Daniel Oliver, nd Pro-.. and master of ship Concord. of Staco. .
fessor James F. Dana, A. M. and M. D.' of InhAlexandria, Col. Dis.- Capt. James Trafford, .
HrL-varo Uni'verStmi were 'tqfmitted ad eone- .aof this State, aged about 30.. -
drm. Prolassr.r lsher Pirsons, A; B. adt M. IT, lBlakely, (A. l b M .iHun Thnis Hu. ,ld, for-
D. of hArvtlardUlnivereit, w is-admitted toIte i .r'-ol Crntcol, ..,
degree roi A. I. -,n.- M I.1). 1 he honrorary de. I .J olt1,F.'SL. Mi.*" F.11gh Li,-'l st,,
Ar. 4oh. evenyou elemerene "Pint sdo+e 1ik ,i, nehti'tr, ,,
gree of Master of A-t Sewas Conferred. n e-e Aec' Q, th, e 7, f
leazerLord, of New-Yaorti, and Jonathan A., t rant, Mr. Josa -t ort-vei, Asmericano Con-
Allen, M.D. ofDBrattleboro', Vermont. The sel ui or St. Barts-was'on' is passage to ltatIsland
honorable degree of Doctor of Medicine, was frorA N. Orleans, when the -vessel on board which
conferred on the'Hon. DAew ELo L. MoniBI.. ohe was, put into Havatiatin distress, and here he
Premiums for the best. exercises in Decla- taok -sick and died.-Capt. Stephen B. Pinkham,
nation were awarded to Charles White, of and Mr. Charles Coffin,fotrmerly of Nantucket.-
Vermont, Samuel S. Leveret, of do. Geore Cap Willms, of the brig Charles aMifllr, of Wis-
K.'Pomeroy, of Boston, and George Boardi- e'dit Johes Porto Ricoo i the 7ah bt. M
man, of Norwich, Vermont. llard, aged 19, son ofMr. ahe Bllard
m ,7 k' u r, Of this towN.-Ag. 6 mestp Benjamin thhillman, ohtet
teing, FCollee, Maine. Commenn, Henry Nt, sells. Aurohwera, emyfee. Boston. linsibbits wtels left on
Aug.4th. even young gentlemen receive sho e sick.melanholy nws expected
ed the degree of Bachelnsor of Arts. On the At Sa, n the 17th ult. Capt. Asa Sawyer, of
evening, precedes Robing, an oration,s, "on the ne sel. Planet, a native of North Yarmouth, during
cessity of Divine Revelation, and the infu- a voyageint from Marys to New-York, end, asif 28.
ence ofthe Spirit," was pronounced by Hen- At sea Aug.wth the puls boe o slife. The winter,ll of this
ry Otis Wyer. porltFoViell L.(oo5;gins,ofSai.", agedl9,8eaaman.
On tile 23d ult. otl hia passage from Snutih-Cat-u
Aikin, ailtoumn o M leCurollege, New-York. Commence-d on oe, to Boston, Capt;wi SaueedB. but Fothe meetinon
meant, Aug. 22. All the exercises in Eng-. aged 36.
ish,r bt the salutatory oration. The orations On the death of D. S. Jr. who died at Chyraeseoa,
were, The Institution of Chivalry;" The July 22, 1821.
ideal system of Berkley The compare ti Those who have sof frociated with a friend in the
tive merits of Homer and Milton;" "The periods.when the warhilie:irtof'iiffeectiqi is expanid-
progress of Biblical Criticism," and iroy n te atar of we -an, byi the
iitm Wiser, Revi Jabez ire kindness of humane ernotioias, approaches nearest
ity of PhyscaEvl"-Poer "Pasure the perfection the characteofoueeiovedS-
ot Association ;" "Eulogy on Patrick Huen- -viour-ihese, and these ohiy, can feet sro.gly and
ry. The Degree of Bachelor of Arts, was con-deeply that gioom of depressionthat loud, of .-
conferred on Daniel C. Axtell, Edward Ben- an-hbly, which envelopes the w1tole soul, eeluding
aett, John A. Black, Rtger Bleecker, David ews, o er thing, t erfeair Htiddl e yol hand deathss
C. Camnbell, Samuel Dakin, jun., Rufus R. deadet.s the, warestp iotsious, mid the brightest ge-
Dernming, Frederick A. Penn, Henry N.. iSuch were my feelings,kiost beloved of friends,
Hotchkios, William Johnson, Zenas Morse, ethe melancholy nes ot: thy fiste unexpected-
AEl, Chu I. S. Mum rdAn.n, on. JouPeCh e Ty romasanched edo.; Fnould to ushingd t dst bee
Orvis, Phineas Robinson, Horace Sessions, art numbered-amon g-lin -corigned to 'the graves
IJohn Sherer, antd William odd. TTIBe de- t thy Alexandria thy k essare, Hose hila; Volant Le
green of Mster of Arts waste a conferred onf t inhe e memory ol. a refriend, a ift la.-Ronsit
Mrdes, is. George. W. Green, and Mr. Edwa throbbed with the pulse of life. The winter -ill
S Aikin, alumni of Middlebury college, and on conie, te spring will succeed, but the Mieeting of
i Mr. Tutor Kirkland. *friends will be no longer enlivened by thy presence.
f othe following gentlemen received the Still the circle of friendshiad., though brtvoken, radfor
honorary degree of Master of Arts, viz. Rev. echan, Hn tle tr N. of love, e wil place
SWilliam Wisne, Rev. Jabez Chad to cok,reen thraemos .awel; Hero, wya-eat-pe of warm anta
30,00C. B0 onson, Samus r eentrdsleen, Fortune C. se h .i rsflel ns h, o
White John H. strom, and Julius n Pond,; hEliza Jane, Milton, do
he degree of Doetor of Diviity, was con- -
ferred ontjhe Rev-James Carnahan,of George- POli 0-') w, u.S'-182s.
town, Dist; of Coliimbia, formerly minister SATUR5DAF, Spl. 3-Ar. ship Delphos, Gallop..Spins-

undertrconsideratio ." A a, Skiff, gtihncid ; F,'atkli, elstoat, Nrantket;
of t ofi rst Presbyteri oan odcitysion in thi-aker Fndhip Barstow.Sta rntona, Lucreti, ie t
la-e-ana-th dcegrtea-f Doctor of I.aws, o lassetBt,jt,; MetcaorSye, tlMiddlettowan; -Amn, Sursi
,tUae.Ron. JolIt C. CAtLnoux, Secretary of Wan. FoaPeklnN.Bedst ii' 4s
---- ;t., eligt t, Nichoits,N.yi!Yk.-.
e flirvard University. The J i-.J;a'Gf the Do- At cl'sr-brig Favorite, Webber, Honduras, 28; sch. Al
g chmations for he Boylston Prze. apiuted by 23daysteem P. Rico, Sn.Johns.
S thie Corporation, were, the Hon Joax Q. AD- Cape Haytienstad a market; sachs.-Osetrich, Hoesol St.
SA-a, Chief Justice PANRe1, Hon. JOtt PscxIat- Thoas and do.; Fanny, Cushing St. Pet.a Midas,
iNr, and Rev. lt-NaT WAnE. WARD N. Boyrs- Rears, Alexandtias; Delatware, House, Pil.; Volasnt, Lo-
r TON, Esq. mentioned in our last as one of the York, RsbeiahTHe
e Judges, is the donor of the Preiaiums, and the two rw ,&pr o -, r i ,, sebs. ne,
other.gentlemnenMentioned, members cf the Cor- iNsod;Atas, sobs.ePatrii ot, ker, Rich.
poratiun, and Judges ex oafficis. do.; Mechanic, Hallet, N. York; Vsssb'er, XIprabaat,
Albany; Floret.tMallet, Bridgpeport. -.
SCe- of dLontreaea-Tan Census of this aa; e,.aBright,.Cu.
city, which, has been estimated to contain racoa,23. all well ; Hero, WynttCspe Haytien,28 ;'Ant
30,000 stulr, has recent#,' been tiken by-the LaneSt. Thutiitas,24; iskl. Mtdera Packet. Johnson, (of
Assessors. and found to be- 18,767-of which aui 3th, 5th. anid 17tatt.-two orfSthe Hero's crew
6877 are English. are dead, and three unwell on board the Ant.
MrONDAr. Sept 3.-Arrived. btie Salty. Ann, Holliday.'
month, in bal'asts; sch. Eliza Jane, Milton, do4; Mary-
undor.consideratlo. -. Ann, Skiff, tichuiend; F,-sinklin, -Oetaton, Nantucket;
No. 11 of" Jeumarois on the decision in Baker Fiienittttip, Barstow. Wilmington, 14; Lucretia, BelfalIit
vs. Fates," in our next. 1loopS EsiTeritnent, Haden.Nsntucket; Rainbow .k Polly,

In this town, on Sunday morning last, by the
Rev. J. Pierpont, Capt. Henry Gyzelaar to Miss
Caroline McNeill, both of this town.
On Sunday.evening last, by Rev. Dr. Baldwin,
Mr. William Tileston to Miss Ruth Bledget.
On Sunday evening, by the Rev. Hish'opr Chever-
us, Mr. William looselyy, of Augusta, (Geo.)for-
merly of this town, to Miss Susan Sprague.
On Mondas evening, by the Rtv. Mr. Dwigit,
Mr. Joln Kilton, merchant, to Miss Catherine S.
Bnmastcad-Mr. Valentine 0. B. Brown, mer-
chant, to Miss 'Mary Humstenad; daughters of
Deacon Josiah Bumstead, .ll ofthis town.
On -Monday morning last, by the Rev. Mr.
Ware, Mr. Benjamin F. White to Miss Susan Ro-
On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr.
Parkman, Mr. 'homas Crocker, merchant, to Miss
Ann B. Trott, hboht'oftlhis town.
In Waltham, on Tuesday moim ,giun, Mr. Oliver
Train, mereh',nt of Boston, to MIis Maria Eliza
Pickering, eldest daughter of the Rev. George
Pickering of Waltham.
In Newton, on T hursday evening list, by the
Rev. Jonathan Homer, Mr. Winm. G. add, mer-
chant, of Fredericksburg' (Vir.) to Miss Margaret
G. Cnshing, of Newton. -
In Salem, Mr. Josepli Swan to Miss Harriet'
Hort-to. .- .,,
In Stonghton, on Sunday morning last, by Rev.
Mtr. Gay, SAMUFL llouo1ns, jun. Esq. Consul of
the United States for the Cape de Verd Islands, to
I" Attleboro', Mr. Kilbore G. Robinson, of Bos-
ton, to Miss Harriet 1). Mason, of Attleboro'.
In Longmendow, Rev. Mr. Mix, of West Suf-
field to Miss Hannah Keep.
In Vienna, N. Y. Duct. Roman Stiarkweather,
of Niagara, U. C. formerly of Boston, to Mis.
Martha Baldwin Brown, of the first place
In Philadelphia, Dr. Thtodore Ashmiead, oft
Germantown, to MissE liza Banteleon.
In this town, Mr. Robert Johnson Brown, aged
34-Miss Met aina Naomi Dupee, aged 11-Mary-
APn, .laughter; oft Mr. Leonard Harrington-Mrs.
Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr. Isaiah Stowel,
aged 3ft.
Oi Sundriy last, Rufus, son of Mr. Rufus Bax-
ter, jin. aged 15 menths.-Mr. -Thomas Gard-
ner, aged J36.
On Monday morning last, Miss Lucy Tileston
Coates, aged 18.-Mr. Benjamin Kemble, aged
On Monday, Miss Deborah C. Newman, daugh-
ter of the late Henry Newman, Esq. aged -i7.
On Monday, Mrs. Harriet WalkerParker, aged
23, wilfeot Mr. George P.
On Monday evening, Joseph, youngest son of
Mr. Wmi. Goddard, aged 20 months,
At Rainsford's Island, on Sunday. evening, Mr.
George Eugley, who was landed sick from a vessel
from t. Joihns, E. F.
I:n Charlestown, Mr. Joseph Reed, aged 45.
In Cambridge, on Saturday, Mr.Janathan Page,
tun. aged 34..
In Dorchester, on Tuesday,' Mrs. Mary With-
ington, wife of Deacon Ebenezer WV. aged 69. Her

Ar. at quar. sob Brooksville, Rogers, of Castihe,from
St. JaIge.
Came up,, brig tbhicoii. of Mobile, from Havana.
Cleared-Brig Barbara. Stevenson, Richmonu ; sohs. Lit.
tle WA'.,Gage, do.; Billow, C. ,% Swain, Cape Haytiei;
Nancy, Tyler, St Aandrews,ballast; Aurora, Batiror. -
TUESDAY, Sept. 4---Arrived sloops W.liiim,
Hangs, of Faitfic d, New York, 2A duis ; erm.a.
les, Parker, of BaI-Irtable. Harifor'd.o .
.fiso seahs. .Tl'ly-Sailor, Chaplin, Edenfim, viti NN.
York ; Malva Dough, Pe.'kins, Edenti.on.
Came up fi-rom qntarantine 1brig Favorite, Web-
her, of Portland from Honduras. Left 4t!gult.
brig Two Blhthers, Tukey, ftiom Boston, disc.
the only Am. vessel.
also shll. Aurora, Thacher, from Porto Rico.
Arr. at quarantine sch. Brooksyille, from St.
Jago,32 days.
Cle/ red-Brig' Horace, Hatch. Kennehunk;
schs. J-une, Waite, Portland ; Teizer, Gardner,
Niarklehead ; loop Roebuck, Crandall, Dighton ;
Bioston Packet, GinnisQu, Portsmouth.
Signal lfo a blig,
Sloop Huron, Perye, which sailed f-rom this
port on Friday last for New York, and was ran
thul of hetiee, i 10 and 11 o'clock that night, by
se. Aurora, Thacher, coining round Cape Cod,
got into Cape lUnrbor on Saturday, repaired, and
was to have sailed on Monday fhr her destined
port. She had her hull injured and mainsail torn.
X.cY-ot*M, CGaecate 02ti. >-
Sept. 2, 1821, 7 o'clock, J. ,M. m
Belo-, ship, Belle, Beebe, 10 days from Savan-
nah; brig Albert, Window, (an Eastern vessel)
,27 dlavs trom Guadaloupe ; sch. Carpenter, 8A>days
fi-oin ''cnerifie ; and brig Day, Tucker, 50 days
from Gibraltar. Neither of these vessels ear
brig news. -
BrigGov. Winslow, Pas, 46 days from St. Ubes,hasar.-
rived at Ilyinuuth. Left16th July. ship .olus, Sfigleton,
Phiiad. is daXs; Ree-f-ry. Brown. do. 12 ; brigi Jaur,
Ihlodekinm, ostoni, 2; Ho)pe,Brown, do. 4; Dioaede, Hart.
tdy, Portsmouth, 5. At Lisbon uthi Juy, brig% Oient &
Nanoy,.A wood,,Nvaiting orders;a Ptriot, Baker, N. York,
first wind ; RdVer, Stevenson, waiting orders ; Cordelia,
Motlitt, New York.S days ; Ohic, Turner, waiting; lch.
Jubilee, 36 days riom noston,just arr.-Spoke Sepit.l Care
Cod, t 10 lea. soft. Sophia, Parsins,i 12 days from N. York
fur St. John.
VatSEi.af LEFTr.
At St. rhion.s,, Aug. 9, ship Resolution. disc.; brig Mar. "
garel & Sarah. for Boston, loading. Sloop Thames, sai-
el tie 6h for this port. e.
At St. Salvador 19t Jul, the Argu, Bowers, of Proi-.
dence, 15 days; Fame, Tilden, Boston, 10; brig Mereator,
Orsias, juit ar. from Salem.
At St. Jago de Cuba, schbs. Eliza, for Salem in 5 or 6 ds.;
Native, farBostn., une. capt. siclk ; Snow, for do.8
or 10days. -
The Falcon wasat Live-pool 8th JulyforrhUisports,.
At Gibraltar, Juy tS, Nathihez, in quar. ; Prince and
Grovel. dis'g.; hift Howard. 'erkins, 27 dais t.oi'iBos.
ton, ar. 2 days before. Seh. Elizabelth, Iuph.ram, fr Be.-
ton, sailed a few days before.
At Surinam, 4th tilt. brigs R'linnee Davison, of Glou-
cesiter; Rolla, Girdler, of Marblehead ; and it others, (be.
fore reportld'all waiting cartgoe.
At Padang, ahout last ol -March, Frasklin, Eunice, and
Reaper, of Salem ; Brariitn lstoin.
At Aux Caves, about Aug. 3,Superior and Lark, sc.;
Farmer, S; Jano, Salem, 9.
At Mucca, Siumatra March II, Malay of Salem, with S
or iOO pic',li peppr--At" Tilapoo, same date, Esiex.of do.
I00--The Mary, Smith, of this ponrt, with 1500, left Mii-
'kin same d-y, thr the S. and was heard of 31st-Firaicis.
'uVilkins, of Slem, for Europe. left Qualabatio Sd-7.hip
Ioduis Brow p, 12 tllas om in Sialtmi, ra. at do. Akil l4,

and sailed 24th, for the, S.-Csndace, Bertody, of Boston
with s8o ,iculs pepper, was at Mingin, Ap.as.
Seht. Gen. Lincoln, Miller for ibis port, 10 days, was at
feminsa July 4. 1
At Havani, l5th olt. Isis, James-&-Iabella, and Zealous,
sue.; Rambler,fqr Belmaist. The Charle-Miller, ofa wis',
asset, was dise.; all bands sick osn sore.
At St. Johnts, P. R. 8bt tlt. Caroline, Bodfith, for this
port, 3 ; Suiss-.-&-Sandt, Portland, 15.
At P,. Ptre, 31 d. sre several vessels, beface repor-
ted,. Sch.-Raablet, or St.Barts, Ieft same day.
At Paramaribo, Sgrinam, Aug. 8th, ship Cha.les, Pres.
tn, for Boton, wathlig cargo ; bries Beaver, Grover, for
do. loading; Fatme. Davis, of do. discharging ; ,-h. 'iary
:&ElizI.Lufkin. Of do. waiting cargo; Packet, Kinsmaitt.
r do. to sail Septenmber Ia; brigs liance, Davidson, of
jGloucesier, dis. FoxFoster, do. loading; Ageno.'a, Batt,
for Salem, waitigorgo ; Rolla, Girdler, for Marblehead,
AtTriste, July 7, CarolineAugusta. Turner, of Boston,
une., seh. Lovely, Hope, of Harwich, from Jaquemnel,
just At. I and several Southern vessels.
ShipSallyAnneEdes, from this port, wasat Malta June
2 K
Jlily 29, lant. 39, 17,Ion. 19, sch. Gvu. Brooks, of Salem,
from Htavana far Gibraltar.
Brig D etham, Tibbets, 7 days from Portsmouth, N. H
baould t Jacmel-all well.
Aug. 27,t. 37, lbu. 674, schb. Hannah & Susan, from
N Stewboryport.,
Pug.23, lat. 34, 10, lon. 73, 40, sht. Junon, 12 days from
Auk Cayes for Salem. ,
July27, lat. 39, Ion, 22, seb. Washingtoa, Ellis,21'days fr.
Aug.23, off Pointot Shoals, brig tlomulus,ofDuxbary,
fromX N. York. "
On Sunday evening, off Nau set,sloop Orion, hence.
Atug.3.,lat..30, 20,1on.75, brig Golden Age, hence for
N. Oreans.
Aug.1,lat. 40, ton. 86, seh.Globe, of Damariscotta, fr.
SAug, 17,lat. 31, ion. 78, 30, brig Trim, Davis, of this
"port, days from tnltatuzas for Antwerp.
Aug. 27, lat.42,1on. 66,40,sloopOtbit, Colesworthy, on a
tarvey of' George's Shoal.,-
All stGo '~ lo \3aoop Dispateb,'Boaker, a8
Aug. 26, lat. 30, 30, lon. 73, sloop Dispatch, Booker, 8
Wuek from Nanteucket, With9oblls. oil.
May31.lat. 36, Ion. 68, the Resolution, of Portsmouth
lrom, NOrleans.
Ione 28, lat.37, S. Ion, 22, 25,E. shiip Friendship. Meek,
of Salem, from Ma.nilla, ssd 47 fITom Java Head-on the
26th, in a gale, had shipped a set, which split her stem, and
,Carte~5he wood-.ahi, on the laibonr bow, as low as. the
'bens.-* Itf as0t bags ofaouga vod aono"sitp.bheapsa.
q t*he coffee, bad been thrown ov-rboavd which so lio-'t
terned the vessel that phte msdtibl but little more Water hiisn
btist. Was parted with, 3othin a gale. wether tbiek.-
She sailed from Btatavia May It; and left at-,danilln,ship
Milton. of Boston-had spoken a few days previous, ships
Java from do.for this port, and Caledonia, from Canton
for'WrPIldelphia. r
SP2.id8,eat.42,Ion. 70, seh. Eliza Ann, of Boston, steer.
log SIouth.
Aug 24,lon. 65,san Am. ship bound E. with G. L. on her
A%. 24, lat, 42, 40, lon. 60, the Alexander, of Ports-
mouth, from ticohmond.
A, b30, oiff Nantucket, brig Louisa Jane, from St. Tho.-
maosfor St. John;
Jt 20, off Sardinia, big Mexico, Crowell, from Paler-
mu far Bo tGn.
July 30, off Cape deGatt, brig Eliza Hailey, Bartlett, 0
days rom Gibraltar tfor Patermo.
Aug. 5, lat.5, lon. 13, 39, seh .Humbird, of this port, 4
44m Norfolk for Madeira.
Aug.17, 1t.27,on.75, brig Pallas, 3.5, from Bath for
Aug. 26,.1st.361, Ion. 74, sebh. Franeis, 50OdaysfromNan-
tucket, with 60 bbls. sperm oil.
Lat- 38,1on.74, 18,sth, -, Nicholis, from Bristol, Me.
for Bermuda.
Aug. 94, sioop Despatch, with 100 hhls. oil, was sulplieid
with water.
Ar. at Liverm'pool 17thAt ly,ship Herald ,Fox, ft. Boston
Saiffolkcof do. from New York ; and brig Vestrosa, of do.
frdm Charleston.
Ship Faminse, Berry, for Charleston. sailed from Liverpool
.1Ith July.
Ar. at Havana, Aug. 10, brigs Betsey Clifford, Wises-
set,42; Francis, Lee. Portland, 4o. Sailed,Sd, Mary-Ann,
Beemen. 4th, Edwint Porthmind. 5th, shil Rapid; Hmn-
burt 10th, hrigs Aehanno,Davis. sad Levane. Crocket,
Portland. slth, Britannia, Masxwell, Bath; U. S. seh.
Porpoise. 14th, brigs Willialm. Pierce, of Newburypsrt,
Amstendams; Maine; Lewis, Boston;-ah. Amutzon. Port-
lant, sloop Fame, Barton, N. York. The PTrpoise was
baisd'on a cruize for two of the vessels belonging to her
convoy, from St. Augustine, which had nlct arrived 26
days abt.
1'1 Winm of Marblehead, had lost her mate and nearly
allher crews by sickness, at SIt Pierres. prevsousto 2d tilt.
The, Brilliant.of Portsmoutlh, for Turks Island, sailed
from Cape Haytien Iri's of July.
Big*aorg, iet-Wrighit, Choate, from St. Salvador, has
Ms. at Hio Janeiro.
irr. at Bristol R. Ion Saturday, brig Prize, Batt, 14
..from Matanzas.
9tlre. at Providenee on Monday ship Goy. Tompkins,
-I ce,27 Tdays from Bsramaribs, Surinam; brig Desa-
inr, Bral nell,Madeira,64; sch. Enterprize, Small, St.An-
-trewes. -
Arr, at New Yqrk, Scpt.1, brig Day, Toucker,52 days fr.,
S'-fir.itBahilimore. Aug. 30, sebh. Five Sisters, Radeliff,
once, Porto Rico,22s days. "
Sailetfrom Alexandria. Aug, 30. chs. Seneca, Ertinn.
*W. Indics ; He-ts Franklin. Sminh. (lute Trafford) Boston:
A-in. sa Charleston 24th ult. seh. DeeaturBa llard, Bail,
17 days.
:PHIT.ADELPHIA, Aug.ust31-Arrived, ship Schuylkill
.4~ateie, Havana. Cl. Br. ship Lon don, Broaw, Liverpool ;
iK aroline, obbs, Portland; sehs. Numa, H-mn)ton,
"Ct.Astdews-; Victory, S~ilng, St. Thonmas-" Sept. Sat,
rer.-ship, riio. Pet.,, Hzmilton, Liverpool, 42;51Ihl For.
(*9 Blackistorn. St, Batts. t3. Cl." ship Tusroara, West,
Liverpool; brig Concord, Cazzens,Cape Hunytien; sch. Fe-
licit Babbidge, Boston. Below Hr. ship Hannah, Los-
dn aerry ;brig S. Americae, Moliere.'St. Peteriburg.
SNORFOIAK, Aug. 27-Arrived, seh. Lareine. Howland,
St. Bats ; Br.liri Scotia, Mear s, from up James river
,bound to LiverpoO 28th, arrt sh. Cent, Hallet,'Boston.

For N'ew-Orleans.
S ".The brig GEOBGE, James Knight,
master, in complete harder, will be des-
patehe:d without delav.y-For freight, or
passage, having good accommodations,
S apply to the master on board, At north
ide Central-wharf,' or JOIN TYLER, No. 7,
aid whar. eptve sept 5
For City Poifit and Richmond.
The regular packet brig POLLY,
Orice King, master, will sail 10th inst.-
For freight or passage having excellent
secosnmodations, upappv to PARKER Sc
Central.wharf. 3sp sept 5
For Norfolk and Patersburg.
The packet selh. ANN-IROSINA,
Thomas.Manochester, master, will sail
for the aove places in ten days.-
Freight and passengers will be tak--n on
reasonable terms. Apply to the Capt.
on board, opposite No. 32, India-street, or to R. D.
TUCKER & CO. who have for sale, now landing
fiom brig Sampsoin,
61 bolts heavy 0, V Rutssia Duck,
60 pieces of bleached and brown Sheetings, '
100 bolts h.lf Russia Duck ; 22 cases Quills, and
4 bales of Isingl.ss, in sheet.
Xlsofi-'omn sch. SSiophronia,from .alalga,
.100 quarter casks Colmenar Wtine,
190 do. sweet Mlaisga do.
From brig.Joseph,
15 boxes white Sugars,
A quantity of Old Lead and Pewter, sept 5

o Nb. 17, IN)I.3-WH1.fqRPl,
Hitas for sale. just received l'per slip Mount Vernon,
8 casks best English CARD. \WIRE, Nos. S31,
32 a wl 33. sept 5
I .'IAVE tbr sale-]100 bles short vellow.Nan-
S kins.; tO vet'y elegaot .Mar e Slabs,
50 quarter casks Sweet Malaga M'ine,
40 casks's aenrior Olive Oil.
.4l/so-Palhn Oil. sept 5
ARER & HODGES, No 30, India-street,
h ve just receivetld-4 bales fuil blood ME-
NO WOOL; 6 do 15-16 do. do. do.; 9 do. 7-8
do. do. do.; 4 do. 3-1 do. do.d to. sept 5
SBea'r and Buffialo Skins,
1 IGHT hundred lbs. list quality Northern
Beayer 150 packs iBufflo IRobes, ii excel-
len t ordet'. Far sale by MUNSON &h BAR-
NARD, No. 17, Central-wharf. sept 5
Summer Strained Oil, Flour, 4c.

o .A9. IN29 DIA-STREtET,
] AVE now landing, bfor sale, front loops Po-
nona and Flora,
62 casksSummer strained Sperm Oil, for Lamps,
"9 bbls. Sea ElcphatulOil. I
From, .-. i:. .If..1--ling Star and Larch,
488 bbl, Ale1an t.. superfine flour,
C0c) bbis. do. fue -do. sept 5
I SAAC W. GOODilCH, Stationcr, 76, State-
street, has for -alit.iacomp!ete assortment of
Ledgeers, journals, Wastaes, Sales, Cass, Invoice
and Letter Books, wit and without spring backs,
made of the- very first qunhity of Paper. Also,
Chee Books; Bill do,; taitsrieing do. ruled and
plait,. Alan, a complete assortment of Stationnry,
Nautical Bkand Ch, rtis episam n 1I

.bA'. 17, INDlvA-Ili'tARF,
A complete assortment of Russian, Swedtish and
English Iron; cut Nails, tiom various Factories
Hoops, Plates, Rods andl Shlapes, of all kinds.
21so--genuine (L) blistered STEEL.
sept 5 eplm
S'O OZ. of Musk in grain, of a very superior
50 quality, selected in Canton by a person well
acquainted withthe article, and for sale by F.
N.G. CARNES, Dry Goods Brokers, No. 3, Len-
dell's Lane. 3spis sept. 5
5 BOXES white Havana SUGAR, landing
0 front brig Galaxy-for sale by
sept 5 istf 53, Central-wwharf.
.;. 45, LO G-,WIIARF,
155 tierees Rice; 40 bales N. O. Cotton,
5 pipes sweet Malirga Wine,
40 quarter casts do. ; 35;000 Havana Cigars,
8 tierces lloney,
New Flour from Richmond, in bbis. and half
bbls. 6P I sept 5
AS received per late arrivals from Liverpool,
81 packages Woollen, Cotton and Silk
GOODS, which are offered for sale at a moderate
advance, at No. 34,, Broad street. sept 5
j. i~l";"" A/'o. 17, J'jY~L- Wit -dR
I t .s l 'ts cans ,
i50 tubs Swedish STI.EL, entitled to deben.-
ture. %I sept 5

SO OR 10 cords immediately. Apply to the
20 Counting lRoomof thie sbset-rber. Whee-
ler's-point. PRiENTISS HOBBS.
sept.5 1Ip ,

Pipe Stares. a c.-now afloat.
SWV. O.1 Pipe Staves; 5 m do. hhd. do.
.2 3 rn R. O. do. do. ; 60 bbls. 'Tar-for sale
ty MUNSON & BARNARD, No. 17, Central-
wharf. sept 5
TlIE -subscribers h'aving formed a Copartnershio,
T their buskiess will be united at Ne's 17 anid
19, Market-street, under the firm of
aug I 81s WILLIAM ,V. STONE.
Copartnership Formed.
SCONNEXION in bus', ess having been form-
ed by the subscribers, their business will be
con dticteIl at Store No. 36, Market-street, under
the firm of
Where are offered for sale, a general assortment of
aug 29 epSwis JOHN DANA.
A t *Ao. 69, STJA.TE-STR EET,
Plain blackAnd color etd'e"IB -
Twill'dl do. do. ed BOMIBeZETTS,
Figured do. do. "
Superfine and common blue and black Broad-
cloths; olive Velvettens; fine and common steam-
loom and Irish Shirtings; net Suspenders; Qual-
ity Bindings; black and white and brown Linens;
plain and twill'dBitaninia Hdktfs. Madrass and
Pulicst do.; Clinitz tad Cassimere Shawls Cat'-
lisle andt plaid Ginghanis; Prints and Muslins;
Silk Umbrellas ; superior whit sand colored Kid
and Silk Gloves; elegant figured Ribbons; Sew-
ing Silk ai Capes; lack'Tabby Vel vets ; Rus-
sla Dliape s and Sheetings; Men's'Lep-homn Hats.
Also-3 eases dark pattein imitation -'hvfah'as
Hdkfs. entitled to large dehentse, w6Il inbe shl low.
A generalassortment of CANTON GOODS.
.... LSO...
Straw Bonnets and Trimmings, -eonstantly on
hand. All of which will be sold at the lowest
market prices, by
aug 221 afistf
Merino Wool, Umbrellas, etc.

.o. 15, CEN'TRJIL-8IE T,
9 bags full blooded Merino Wool,
4 cases crimson and green Umbrellas,
2 do. Parasols; 5 hales Flannels, assorted,
3 bales brnwn Sheetings,
Superfine and low priced Broadcloths atnd Cas-
si nieres,
Cologne Watver, of' Ist quality,
Linen Catbries; Cotto1Shirtings; Crash, kc.ke.
St. Croix and W. Iss-al Rum ; No.1 aIod Mess
Pork; Beans ; Claret Vinme, entitled t deibens-
ture; Liqucr Cases ; Winsor Soap ; Imperial
LampblI-ck; Port and Madeira Wine, in cases of
2doz. eaci; 2 Straw Carpets; New-England
4spis aug 5

AVE received by the Triton, from Liver-
I bale CUarpeting; whales of Flannels,
Black Borabazetts; Cassimeres ; Buckrams,,
Lace; Goods; Trimmings, Sc.
Ginghams; Robes; Cambrios,
White and fancy Cravats; English Sil Hdkfs.
Bltck and colored Tabby Velvets,
Imitation Muslins,
Imitation brown tand white Shetings,
7-8 and 4.4 brown and white Linens.
aug 4 ,1 41is

410 eases Bengal Indigo-; ,800 ". .G;,-..:r.
670 do. Salt Petre ; 66 cases (,u,, h....., ,
9 do. io. Arabic; 11000 Gunny Blgs, ,
14 pipes Cogiae Brandy; (Outard's b)'and)
IS 1 casks old Sher''y Wine,
40 bolts Russia Duck.
15810 lbs. tll blooded -Merino Wool,
1001) bbls. Alexandria superfine Flour.
at .1. isttf

.eew Carpetiigs-Per MerCury.

Alb. 18 ISand20, JJL5RKET-ST'REET,
HIAS just rt eceivet, per mA ercu'y, from Lver
H pnol, 4 balas fia e and superfite ingrain Car-
pettings. epis6w July 4
H AS jest received by thie late arrivals and of-
fers for sale,
24 cases Sheathing Copper 20 to 30 oz.
12 do. brig hlt do. Copper, 22 to 28 9z.
50 Rolls Sheet Lead, S to6 Ibs.
1'2 casks dry White Lead,
6 do. t1o. Red do.
50 hhlls. very old English Coppera,
12 casks best English Card ,wire, assorted Nos.
28 to S3,
Lead Pipes suitable for Aqedurets all sizes,
april 18 istf

Long's Philadelphia Rye Coffee.
S O BBLS. re',eived direct from Mr. Long, war-
50_ulranted of first quality, and from whom a
,regular supply is to be received and sold on good
terms, by 39AIES MEANS, No. 19,India-street.
A2lso-For sale as above, 6 boxes Rock Caudy.
aug 25 episa20

T HE subscribers have entered into Copartner-
Ship, mider the firm of
At lt Aob. 12 BROA.D-S'REE.J,
Where they offer ior sale, an extensive assortment of
Earthett and Glass Ware,
At the lowest prices for cash or santisfittvry credit.
sept5 JOS. H. EAYRS..-
iVo. 8, CORtNHILL,
AVE just opcned-1 case superior quality fine
LsEGIIORNS; togetther with a general as-
sortmentuf BRITISH, FIMENCH. and CAN-
TON GOODS., sept 5
O NE case of superior llones'suitable foir fine
SRazors or Petiknives, just received and nfor
sale by ANDIIREW J. ALLEN, Stmut/oter, Na.
66, State-street. sept 5
" NFORMS his friends and customers that a con-
Rstant supply of all the different kinds of Paper
Manufaetureid by hint may be found at lMehsrs.
NAsH k H rwoona's, No. 59, State-street, Boston.
.Milton, Sept. 5, 1821. 3;s
JUSs' tEaeEIvEn,
At the Sign of the Looking Glaiss,
No. 28, CORN HILL,
A FEW elegant SOFAS anti COUCHES, of
ssup-erior workmanship, wa-rrantedI stuffed en-
tirely with the best of curled hair,anud mucih cheeaper
than cani be bought nt any other Shop or Ware-
house, onf the same qualitY', in Boston.
.B so-a bfw best MATi RASSES and Feather
.BEDS, ott sunpertus quality ; with ahnsnsn enemy
oile' rtuticl tfomr house-keeping; ke.
sept 5 "' tel,6'
No. 19, DOCK-SQUARE, "
y -AVE received per thIe Mount Vernon-70
Woollen and Cotton .Goods,
comprising a general assortmenlt, calculahted for-
the appnroahing season, ut wholesale and retail, ott
reatosnable terms. Semis sept I
AVE received by the Triton, Mount Vernon
iand Mtilit-151 packages of WOOLLEN
GOODS, comprisiung a complete assortment.
.!8so, a consignment o'f 60 packages fresh Goods,
entitled to debenture, consdsting of .
Broadcloths, Point lllankets,
Cassimeres, Bockings aind
Blue Plains, Broad blk. 13ombazeens,
being an entire importation, for the West liidies
and North West Coast. elpistm selp 1I
AS for sale-14,0 bO bs. best Englisih U(rd
Wire, No. 30 to 33,
100 boxes Cotton and e ool Cards,
10,000 pait-s Shoes. suitable for Southern' market,
1,000 boxes No. 1 and 2 Soal,
2 1 asks Madeira Wine. 3mi July 2 2

W Market-street, have jist opened finor sale,
an assortment of'l n1uslin Dresses, with and w without
fiouneos, richly enibroilered.tl
11.o-- e a raw Silk Mantles, elegant pa
ter.-is ; 4.1 a,.- 6-4plaii aniu figtied Tit'sad Laoi
Thread Lace V-,;Is d:t. Mantles. 6spis ang I1i
Table Cloths, C 'ipet Bindin gs, etc.
NAos. 18 atild 0, ile.,K1E'i -SY'REIE'I;
TAS just received.perr Canton, fI'om L.iveoul,I
T'art-a; plaid 'a'ble Cloths 1l to fva-ds hulng;
green woollen do. do. with bordersi- 1 to 6 yards
long ; Chintz Carpet Bindings ; Tara,-tt Ol,,th by
the yard, 6-i 7-4., and 8-4 wide,; plain Greens
Cloth do. o. 6is linne 16 -.,

Saper. black Ilaliatu Sewving 8:lk.

AS.just opened for sale,
1 ease super, black Italian Sewings,
I do. Cassimere Shawls, with borlders,
I do. do, tin. phimult,
Bluck Boimbazines; do. Levantines; dIn. Sin-
clmaws; iv. Sa .i w; black Nankin Crapes--.o-
gether th a -e.w,- assortment of EUROPEAN
ahd INDIA OOD)S, wholesale snd retail.
N. B.-Constantly on hand ibr sale, MOURN-
ING ARTIGLS, of the best kind, and at fair
prices. ep;stf.

jev T!able Linen, Carpetings,ctc. etc.
AlEis. 18 and,-20,0arket-street,
AS for sale, received per '.Trtion, frotmn Liv.
6 bales Carpetings, enorpprising Brussels, Vene-
tian and Kidderminster, new patterms-Rugs
to match,
2 eases Table Linen, amongst whiheb are Damask
Cloths, all sizes-Napkins to match, superior
2 cases super. ChintzFurnitaresand Copperplates,,
I do. Furniture Dimities, f1,shionable figures,
4 whales Rote Blankets, 7-4 tn 13-4,
I case patent colored 'lThreads, Nos. 20 a 30,
sug 4 op6wis
.VO. 47, CORNIILL, (Up Stairs.)
IF[AS jiust received s anldditionatl sutipply of pa-
r- tent Timepieces, warranted of good mntu-
facture ; and will be sold wholesale and retail at
the lowest cash pmces. Also a few phials of good
Watch Oil. Watches repaired and warranted as
usual. is6wv anug 8

FT DWARD PAGE, No. 80, Middle-street,
corner of Mill Pnud-st:'eet, has just received
a laimge ssnsotment of fine antI superfine yard wiule
CA! PETING, new patterns and superior tluality.
Also, a complete assortment of Cruckery, Glass
and Chirna Wale. 6tis aug'29
White Lead, Sheathing Copper, ec.j

A u stice-lo. 4:;, BROA.-tlSTREET;
-As tust received b the Milo, from Liverpool,
20 c:aks dry While Leal,
20 mases Sbeatlhing Cooper, 16 to 22 ozx
-IN S2TORh--
24 cases Sheathing Copper, 20 to 30 oz.
1"2 tdo. br'ightt do. '22 to '28 ox,
10 casks Rod head,
So hhdn. very old Egbsh Copper-as,
12 e'asko best Enuglishn Curd WVise assorted,
28 to 33; 10 rolls Sheet Lead, 4. to 6 iIb.
Lead Pipea suitable ft' Aqueducts tall sizes.
augumst 29 i.aswistt .

I-HDS, Martinique Molasses, now land-
15 lu in tad from sle at No. 41 Long-whmrf,
by TOBIAS LORD. epmist aug 25

A lKEGS inspected BUTTER, in prime
order for shlipping-flbr sale hy BART-
LE' 'F & WOODM -N, -No. 2, Lang-wharfmr
aug 25 4/s

Patent Composition Green.
UST received a mu'pply of HasselI's Ihighly ap
proved Patent sreen Composition, fbr vessels
bottoms. 'is article which is ao highly esteened
in New-York and tiother places whele it hllas been
used, has given entire satisfaction, is now of ered
for sale by L. FEARING & CO. No. 20,'Mer-
chants Row, with directions for usilig the same.
3xils July 18

AS takeotstore No. 3, Province Hounse Row,
where he offers furn ale a complete assort-
menit of British, French and India piece Goods.
sept 5 3is30s
A N extensive assortment of MILIT A R Y
EQUIPAMENTS, viz:-.'; Belt Fr
Officers' rich gilt and Belt Plates; Belt For-
plated Solid Scabluartld niture; Hooks ; Rings
Suoe'dl ; gilt pjuol and| Swivels ; Caml PIhtes
Ir ,s n.,rtl.-.. rich Buttons; Laces; Braids
gold silver, gilt and pll- Cords; Silk and tWor't-
ted Epault tts; Counter- Ied Sashes; Snword Knots1
Strapss; gilt an pilte Tassals; Stars ; with a
Dirks ; gilt ard plated lg-eat variety of otler or
Swvord.C-lins ; Pistols ; nauments in the lune..
Spnura;" Bitta, &ec. t
Ctnp ,rising the chest assortment to be found in
town, vwich are tnfl med wholesale atntd rtail, on
tile, uoestreatsonable terms. ,, sept 5

Vfablta ble Corn Mtill in. he tonei.
T I hE -subscriberoffer'forsa le, the o nudimide
hmalt' of his valuable Corn Mlill i' Newton,
Wnith onehalf of tihe privilege belonging to it. It
is situated on the same stream with the Woollen
Factor'y in Watertown; nud has a nuimre constant
and reguir supply.-of water than any other Mill
i1itss vicinity: It isia weilttn selled neighborhoods,
and hias a negdai'r supply of custom. li The o ner
intends to hold the other half of it, sand will make
any suitable arrangement for conducting thie busi-
ness. -1n adtititon to tihe natural stream, a ditch has
been dtig;g,itgrett expense from the large Lpond, near
thie Bapt i'thfeetimg house in Newton-this atfirds
water i olhIe dryest season. For partienlars, apply
tos P. S 1). LOCKE, at the Boston Meal Stall,
".'' it. II al-, i l. i, osn the prem ises.,

S-r-I. IFAINSWV()ORT'j, hai s removed, to the
house lately occupied by JohnitOdin, Esq. No.
39, Hanove'-street, oppotsit Earl's Col'ffee-housie.

Nyo. 30, IDA.STR'IRET ,
FFEtR for sale, the Cargo of brig Messenger,
frotutm MaUrseillehs, consisting of
2o80 cansks Cltaret Wine ; 300 boxes tdo. (Io.
150 baskets, of 12 bottles each, Sallad Oil,
300 do. of 6 do. do. do. do.
5 casks Verdigris; 5 do. Cream 'T'artar,
33 do. Flor Sulpihur,
4 cases Foolscap velum Paper,
50 sacks elveet t rks, of 3'000 each,s
70 do. do. 1000 each,
I cask sweet Ofive Oil,
9 do. sweet Port Mauricee do. -
6 dt. sweet Spanish Olive dro. 6is siug 29
ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and tlhe
t lublie, that he has taken Store No. 24, Mer-
chants' Row-where hlie has for sale, a Generali As-
sortmentof W.I. GOODS, wholesale and retail.
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SL[INCOLN, No. 47, Cornhill, 1Boston, atl
1, 4 iVS FELT, Stationer, 63, State-street.
.Abso Silver and Brass do.; Gold, Silver and
Copper Bronze. istf .tune 16
,A7 ESPECTrFULL.Y informs thei public, that h.
J has ta pen the large, airy, anI elegant House,
No. 39, BROADWAY, inew--Kork, which is
n'ow tin peparedhin a superior stle mor the reception
of 6"oaipiuny- ;,ad where Ladie's aid Gentlemen can
be accommodated with lodgings, either for longer
or shorter periods. Familiesitutld P'rties can be
furnished with private parlors, and separate ta-
bles, if desired. The house will be sttupi lied with
the choicest Liquors, and the table wAith very
selicacy that the New-'ork market affords.-
Great care will be taken that the servants plhall be
of the most unexceptionable charnecter ; and every
etort will be liandtie to render the sittmtion of all
persons who my- favor' in .with their enustom'
comfortable anti agreeoable. epiis2m J une It
(t 'Burnt Cuoat or w8 an Islands.
11PHSE valuable Islands situac in Blue Hill
Bay, are now for sale on advanutacous term's,
which till be made known on application to WM.
SULLIVAN, Court-square, Boston.
aug 29 sis
ANTEDiinediatlh, a good PRESSMA N
aLttridtge, Sept. 5.
-N s Dry Goods Store, from 15 to 18 years old.
One who cant iuoduce good recommendations
ftor activity, industrious and steady habits, may
hear ofa glood place by ttirecting a line to J. A.
at the Ceintinel Countin'g Room, stating his name,
residence and references, sept 5
-N an English Goods Store, in Ma-rket-strect, a
I Lad, about 14 years old.of 'respectable connex-
ions fr-ou thle country-none other need apply.-
Inquire at No. 25, Market-street. sept 5
OR a respectable fithmily, a small genteel ready
faurnished Hlouse, in a good situation, to be
hired fdr six ntbuths lrom th e tirstof Novemberm;
or a Parlor and three or'four Chambers, amd board
int a small ifanily, where thsereare uo other boarders. ,
Inquire at the Centinel Counting Roonm.
september 5
iYOUR1 Gentlemen wishl to lie accommodatedt
's itil Boat'd in a smull linnily,situated near tine
eintt'e oftthe town. A lime directed to C. L and
left mthe Geninoel Counting li.oom will receive at-

Stbp Fuagti'oe-One cent Reward.
-nUUN aw .y fromn the subscriber onaFriday last,
.jkj at iuniented Apnprmeuiee alonut IS s-ears of
'age, by the name of JOt-N FOULS. Saisum Johnm
lid owhe susle aobscodeda longshiort blue cott
and Iuantaloons, and bmul' waisenat. All persolsa
are Ibrbid harboring or tt:usting said Jenim, as
they would avoid the penalty of law, and whereas
I will not pay oie cent of his contracting after this
date. Any person who shallreturs said John to
the s rmiec of hib t master, smhll receive the above
reward and no citam'ges paiti.
Quincy, Septenmber 4, 1821.
TA NTID, in m retail W. I. Goods Store, a
,V lloy alnoot 14. or 15 yeas's of age ; rone from
the country would be preferred. Gooth recom-
menthnions will be required. Inquire at No. 9,
Northuatreet. 3spis sept 1I
'O .BE LET, .
( Na lease for a term of years, a convenient
i Dwelling house in Green-street, recently oc-
cupiedby the subscriber. A&sply at No. 43, Broad-
street to GILES LODGE. 3soisa mtug 29
Vl'WO getitel Dwelling f-ouses, situated near
U Mouiut Vet'non, on lunnvdohtt-pslae, with every

ctnveneefor a genteel family, with two par-
aours, batting room, and seven chambers in each,
Lesides two chmo bers in the attic story fotr domes-
ties. Pose.sium given on or beibrethe firstof Sep-
teinbmrnext. Itf sold, cash or credit at the option
of tiL purchaser. Inquire at the Centinel Count-
lig Rioom .
5-nI oited-1a good COW. Inquire as above.
aug I istl

A T GEORGIE, ALKER'S R etoratosr, No. 7,
Cornhill-square, (back- of Jay's Building,)
from 10 till to 2 o'clock THIS DAY. sept 5
T HE BostonSea Fencible are- ordered to meet
at their Gun-House TO-MORROW, at
past 7, A. M. in uniform, with blue trousers, tor
target firing. A Gold Medal will be awarded to.
tie best shuot. lPen order
THOtS R. HOFRINS, Sec'y pro term.
sept 5
r nHE members of the Independent Boston Fu-
slcers are hereby ordered to meet at their
Armory Tnomorrtw Eveiug, at half past 7 o'clock,
for drill andadinissiaon ouf memii ets.
Per order, S. SARGEINT, jun. Cleul.,.
sept 5
Aoston Ha t Manufactory.
N O OTICE ino hereby given, that the 4 annual
T Meeting of tie Proprietors of trhe oston
Hat Manltieactory, will be holiden at their Store, in
State-street, oN MONDAY. the 24th;of Septem-
b u: in:t. at to10 o'clock, A. M. for thile purpose of
electing officers for the Corporation for the year
ensuing ; also to transuct such other business as
may rnegularly conome before them.
sept 5 TI'OMAS HUGHES, Clerk.
'IThe .Netv Picture,
S opellntfr puhblie view, at Mr. D.*L. Brown's
nooni, No. 1, Cornhill-square, adjoining his
Academy, every day. from 9 itn lio morning till 9
in the.Evening. Admittainc 25 cents.
r.')The public is respecttilly hinformied, tthe ex-
hib iotn of this justly admiltI-l Pictu'-e will posi-
tivelv close on tlte 8h of Sept. inst.-alter which it
will be remtosed to New-Yor"-k. SIet 1I
i vIlI. "' ., i i,,r c,lt,= t r,,,Jdvio df,A,h-
Ir t:i,," i ,.,, .n. .. ..,,.n:st of Barker's
n...-,m.,and which presents' aperlcet tspice n
oftheCapital of Greece and ofitsEnvirmns,ir their
presentstate wihi be continued every day (except
Sunday) att ine o'clock, at Roulsoone's tp Cir-
cusn, 150oa-stitet. A It'ey explanatory oftise Pati-
oramia nmay be Ilad at tie door.
i0'Aihnittance 25 ceuts--Cltildren half pri e.-
'T'ickets of atdmittance ibr tIn whole period of the
exhibition, may be had at O. Everett's, No. 6,
Cour't-street, epistf sept I

Exhibition of Shel- Work,
S .A"' ~no. 73, ,iLARJCI"'",T-S7.?EET.
0 NNE hundred and irty -lnous-nl SHELLS of
S the most elegant Polish :nod Brilliant colours,
collected fro-m all parisof the Wtorld, and arrangel
so as to hoNv the different Orders ortf .-J-chitecitre,
and f.scilitute the study of Contolc g-ii the form-
ofthe BoSTON STAE 0(yusE,
A Modern DwetUitgl louse, ani 'lempe snrround-
ed itih a variety of Flowers, and specimens of
about It0 different kinds of SII"LLS.
0'Iro be opened every dayo, fi-on 9 A. M. till
siuset. AdmniLtttiaee 5 cls.
mi-A LAD is wanted to stiend the above.
anguist 4 ej)isif
tlIE owners of Iaackniey Cri-inges are lIereby
S inuot'r-med, that in purtsancet/ a vote lthe
town, they will be requir,,d to v-eove their Car-
ringes 'fromt tie sitrets, 'i ut. allat'r lie 1st tany
of September next.
By order of. the Seleetmen,
J CALEB HAYWARDI), Police (c'er.
lulne 30 isis
T Camridge,Cummnencement )Day, q Redllo-
erotco ocket Book, containing atnm'inorandunm
book andsmne pmLers which cnall Ic of no value tio
aty one but the ow.ter. If the person who htas
lountd it will deliver 'it to the owner, mor leaver it at
the office of'the Daily Advertiser, hlie shall receive
a handsovie reward. sept 5

It'A.VTE 'D TO 11H UtE,
SNEAT and convenient Dwelling-Iouse,
pleasantly situated, and suitable f/r a small
fntmily-retnt moderate. Inquire at the Centiniel
Counting Room. epistf atg 29

Real Estate in Charlestown.
Ot SATUII)AY, 8th Sept. next, at4 o'clk, P.M.
Will be sold at Public Auttiont,
A three story brick STORE, situated ot tihe
'east corner oft lhe ipblic square, now occupied by
out' tenants in the mechanical ]ntaneh-celhluit t-
proved by a victualer. For further iu-ticulars, it-
quire of N. Adams, Auct'r.
Chal,-eetown. suig. 25. 1821.

British, Frenleh and CantolL Piece
Gsods. --
On THUIRSDAY, 13th list. at' 10 o'clock,
At W1INsLow, CH1,tNN1NG & (J'S U0bIcC,
oA'. 8, KILB Y'-ST/EE', "
The following fi-eshimported GOODS, by the
package, viz :-6 Laes black l'tnabzettsa, No. t to
9 ; 2 do. black antd colored Alo. dto. do. ; 5 do.
twilled black asd colored do. dio. to.; 3 do. plain
black do. No. I to 12; 1 do. Rose 13Blankets, assort-
, ed; 1 do. Woollenets ; 2 cases 7-8 Col-ain Lin-
ens; 2 dto. first quality black Fretnch Crapes; 1I
do. Pelong Satins ; 2 do. 7-S common Litens ; I
do. white IFrench Crapes, superit r quality ; 2 do.
black Synchaws; 4 do. d, FloreLtumnes; I odo.do.
Camton Crapes; 1 do. black Satins, 18 yds.

.Piece Goods.
On FRIDAY, 14th iast. at 10 o'clock,
A large assortment of fresh imported GOODS,
viz :-l eIse superfine blue Cloths; I do. do. black
ino. ; 1 do. white CottonBalls;.I I do. Jackonet
Muslins ; I to. Robes ; I do. figured Book Mus-
lins ; I do. 6-4 Cambrics ; I do. white ilndercd
Cravats; I do. imitation Muslin ; tdic. twilled
Pelisse Cloths; 1 do. superfine Cambric Muslin;
I do. Cotton Shirtings; I do. Satitn Ritbotans; I
do. 64 hIish Sheetings.
Also-Lineius ; Fi'rences ; weid b:ackBonba-
zeems; tIdaek ind uieolirn-l Bomsbazetts ; Vest of
Engiltid Cloths ; Sittinets ; black Crapes ; Wool-
lenetts ; De mark Satius, Ribbois, &c.

SReal Estate.
On WEDNESDAY, 12th Sept.next,at lo'elocti
WVillbe sold at Public Auction, it not previously
disposed of at priwite sale,
Six lots or parcels ofLand, situated at the South-
erls part of Bostoni, and bounded as follows, viz:- I
Westerlv ona S0ofeot street, etclled Ash st.; South-
erly on a 30 fe et street, a proposed continuation of
Nassau-street to Front-street ; Easterly ont a 12
toot passage-way, and Northerly on a four foot pas-
sage-way. The lots are 26 feet .ont aind rear, and
81cfeet deep- ; the whole lying togetherio a hand-
some square, and a passag;-,iay aitl round ;ieing
a very hiaudsonte situation for ia block oftbuilhng ;
the wholo fronting South, andl all natural earth and
gootd clay bottom. Th' whole will be sold tgetlh-
erm, or in lots, to suit furehasers. If any person
om' company should wish to purchase tie whole for
builtditg a block of building, terms wil be lib-
e'al atd i ade known on uappsliestiont tn the Auction-s
cer. A plan toftlte premises iiy he seen ut his
otFic, Nu. 16 Klby-street. 4W"V

Prime White Haiana Sugars.
THIS DAY at j past 10 o'clock,
.Ao. 9, KIJLB Y-Sl. EELT,;
34 boxes prime white Havana SUGARS, Enti-
tIed to debenture, landing from suh. Naney.Arn;
20 do. do. brown do. do.

St. Croix Rum.
THIS D&Y at12 o'loek c
100 hhds. choice St..Croix RUM, an entire fot,
as imported.
Steo-50 pipes Catalonia, and 100'+ casks sweet
Malaga WINE, of prime qualit-, nowlading
from brig Mercury.
THIS DAY at 1 o'clock,
In ferot of QOffce,
A dark brown hORSE, G years old, wcll built,
sure footed, of good speed, and high spirit; a
capital Uorse for a bachelor, or as the leader of a
IEarthen Ware. ,
On FRIDAY next at 11 o'clock,
Op.e rte .o. 46, Central-o.harf,
Now landing from ship Milo,
100 crates common creim colored EARTHEN
WARE, all the bestarticles, entitled to debenture.
Olive Oil.
THIS DAY at j before I19' o 'lock,
Landing from sbch. Teazar,
t 14casks, about 100 gallons each, fresh OLIVE
OIL, entitled to debenture.
: :- fl7eu '~njohns. ..... "
Tfis I11.V at 112o'elock,
Opposite oM. 16, lididi--wharji;
Landtig lh-onS sloop Polly,
.1500 DEMIJOHINS, oti large size.

TO-MORROW at 1 before 11 o'clock,
At A 0.8, Gentt -street,
50 boxes brown Havana SUGARS. CmnditionA
at sale.
THIS DAY at j past 11 o'clock,
.Yo. 15, C1EA THAL-STRE.'J
52 bh!s. No. 1 Pork; 2do. No. 2 do:'. ; 1 'do.
Bone 3.1;..1- :H t do. clear Park'; 2hhds. first
quality .I ...- ..- .
.'1~e-O bbls. Cider; .100 do, Beans.

Tea, Cassia, .Le.
On FRIDAY next at 1I1 o'clock,
a AnlOVE,
--75 j chests Hyson Ten; 5000 lb. Cassia; 400
(do. Cloves, all entity ed to debenture.
'..'At Iri-,ate sale..."
4 cases 4-4 Irish Linenas 3 do. 7-8 do. tio. ;.
do. 3-4 birds eye Diaper ; 6 hales first quality F'lax.

TO-MORROW as past 11 o'lock;
Ait the l/ead of Rtssia-whalrj
75 dids. heavy Martiniqiue lwMOLASSES, shit-
able for retailing, a superior lot.
rash, Qaills,9 c.
THIS DIkX at Il o'clock,
Nho. 5, 1(rLB Y-STRJtJiETg
Just received from br-ig Sampson,
6 bales. CRASH; 6, do. QUILLS; 16 do.
prepared HORSE HAIR, for Upholsterers.
Horse and Chaise.
o~ O-MOlfROW at I o'cloek,
fi'ont oi Office,
A handsome CHAISE, whit pthteIh-roes.-.
./so-a: good fm;lv yHORSE, bright bay, well
broken to harness, and mayhbe'd(irn It), b a Lady.
In the mean time they mtay be se in at Sites' Stable.

Sugar. Pepper Sauce. Isinglass. etc.
THIS DAY -at 11 o'clock,
At H T,-rWELL. BOND & Co's Ofice,
5 hhds. and 22 bbls. N. Orleans Sugar i 10 doz.
bottles Pepper Sauce; 500 lbs. Arrom Ro-t ;' 1.0
lbs. Citron.
.Also-4bales Russia Quills, containing about
130,000; 2 (do. first quality Sheet Isinglass; 51
28-lb. kegs English Spanish EBrown, in oil ; 1 bbl.
Columbo Root; 2 2 bbls. Gum Tragaeatthb, best
quality; 5 bblis. No. 1 Pork.

Fresh Goods.
TO-MORROW at 10 o6'cock,
The following prime GOODS, viz:-3 trhanks
first quality NtIples Sewing Silk, black, na yiblue,
and assorted cloth colors; 4 (o. do. do. do. assort-
ed cloth and high colors only ; I ease white Pc-
lorg Satins, for Hatters' use; 2 do. black and
white Italian Crapes, Nos. 6 a 36 ; I do. do.
French Crapes, Nos. 36; 1 do. do. Florentines,
fashionable patterns ; 8 hales iombazetts, various-
ly assorted, viz: plain, twilled, black, colored, -und
figured; 2 hal-,s Ratteen Coatings, a handsome ar-
ee; I tdo. Woullnents; 1 case Furniture Dimitiecs.
The SeLwings ad part ofl the other Goods will
be sold by te package-thie residue from thm
shl! es.
.also. by the package-2 bales drab Kerseys; 2
do. blue P ains; 2 cases Csssimnere Shawls.
:..it Privante SaIle...
3-2 oz. MYnsk. AL.so-I ease bkinK Sarsnet I
do. black and high colored Sewing Silk; hales Do.
teestic Sheetingsanti Shirtings, bleached and b own.
Also-1 case white Peloig Satins, for Hatters.

On SATURDAY next a 11 o'clock,
Alt .o. .3, Central IVnalij;
48 boxes brown Hlaania SUGAR; 72 do. white
do. do. superior quality.
On THURSDIY, 15t.h inst. at 11 o'clock,
Ont the Public Storis, on Centray-wha/;,
2100 bags double boiled yellow Beerboom SU>
GAR, of superior quality, It may be exanined
any time previous to the sale, on applleation at No.
47, Cetntral-wharf C(3m~ditiotisat sale.

,Materials of two Dwetlling houtses.
To be sold at Public Aucidn, by o-dcr of the Court
of Sessions for the county of'Suffolk, cif MON-
DAY next, 10th inst. at 12 o'clock, at noon,
All the Materials of tuto Dwelling Houses near
Leverett-street, on the county Land it Boston,
with the excelniot of the Brick and Stone. The
sail d llsee ate to be taken down by the 1purcas-
ers, anti trenovedlii cot Iforbier Satturday, 1hth inst.
except the Brick and Stone,' which ate reserved,
and to be left bor the use tf the couAty.
Treasooret of Sufolk County.

House Lots o0 Federal-street.
On 1. EI)1ESt)AY, 26thl inst. at 1"2 o'clock,
If not previously disposed ol at private sale,
The valuable Estate on Federasi-treet, with the
Buildinga thereon starting, lying north of the
meeting-house, measuring 124 teet on said street,
71 feet in depth at one end, and 55 feet at the oth-
er, and containing in all about 8500 square fret.-
The Estate is eligible situated far the crection of
five commodious houses of sizes that are much
wanted. Fo- further Iarticulars, apply to J. P.
SIMPSON, Putha- se-street, or to tie Auct'rs.

B Reat sta0e in Rardotp!.
On WEDDNESDAY, 12th Sep.nTCxt,nt iO'cik. P.tI.
About 40 acres ot" Land, with the Buildings-
being the homestead of Richard 'hayer, late of
said i-andolph, deceased-i iatu:ted ncar the old
meiting-boue. Conditions at sale.
GP&n. UDIORN9, 2ddr.


At thie taking of Quebec, NvWolt'e, thle Britishl
commander, afte being wounded in the wrist, re-
ceived a fatal ball in his breast. Leaning on the
shoulder of a Lieutenant, sinking in the agonlie. if
death, lie hear rury.'I ey For a lrmtn-
melit reviving, he required os those around him-
Who ran ? On being answered '"Tlihe French"
helsunk again upon the Lietitenant'a shoulder, and
exclaiming "I thank God-I die happy"-imme-
diately expired.

SIKE the sun that goes down when the heavens are clear'
S And the shadows of twiilighit sre hovering near,
Like the crbof light-as lie sinks to hisriest,
And urges his steeds down the reddining west.
Like the last tints of evening that listen their flight,
Pursued o'er the world, by ilim conquerer. Night,
"When drear darkness reigns, on his terribl e cr,
And the clear rays of morning are driven afar.
Like the bright qneen of night that sails o'er the sky,
On a throneof rich splendor--that glitters on light ,
'When hercourseshe hasriua. as shcsinks'inealth the waver-
Resplendent in famine, sets the sun of the brave.
Amid the lond tumult of war's Ibloody strife,
'Neath Briton's proud standard le brenth'd out his life,
And hisspilit undaiinted has winged its bhod flight,
To its horneim thc heavens-the regions of light.
Then Briton lament fort' his spirit that's fled,
For ymur chieftrin who lies nh tho nmouldering dead!.
Lament o'er hir ashes-ls-de'ted--ailoie-
And mourn tb. the hero !brever that's gone. OSCAR.


Office of the Commissionersr,
Washington, 14th iJune, 1821. $
T 'HE Commissioners, appointed under the
11th article ofthe Treaty of Amity,'Set-
tlenent,ind Lim;ts, between the UnitedStates
of America and his Catholic-lIajesty, con-
ctude-d.at W.a.shington, on ithe 22S'lrayof Feb-
ruary, 1819, to ascertain thi fhll amount and
validity of the claims mentioned, or referr ed
to, in lthe said' 'reaty, being organized as a
Board, according to the provisions of the
Treaty and the act of Congress in that case
made and provided, have passed the follow-
ing' Order.s; of which, all those interested
will be pleased to take notice :-'
Ordered, That all persons having claims
under the Treaty of Amity, Settlement, and
Lirnits, between the United States of Ameri-
ca mnd. ilis 'thlonlicteIajesty, concluded at
Washling'ton, ,n the 22d day of February,
1819, which are to be received by this Com-n
mission, do file a memorial of the same with
the Sec'etary of tihe Board ; to the endi, that
thy my be beherePfter duly examined, and
the validity and amount thereof decided tip-
on, according to the suitable and atlithc-ntic
testimony concerr'ing the same, which may
be then required. The said memorial must
be addressed to this Board; must set forth,,
particularly and minutely, the various facts
and circumstances whence the right to pre-
fer such claim is derived; and must be veri-
fled by the affidavit of the claimant.
And, in order that claimants may be in-
formed of what is now col-nsidered by the
Commission as essential to be averred and
established before any such memorial can boe
receivedd by this Boardi, it is further
Ordered, That each claimant shall declare,
in his'said memorial, for anat in behalf of w.vhlon
the said claim is prrfe'-red ; and whetherr thP
amount thereof, and of every part thereof, if'
allowed, dbes now, and, at the time wivhen the
sai-l cl-im arnse, did belong" solely and abso-
lutely to the said clams'r-.nt, or to any other,
and, if any other, what person. And in cases
of claims preferred for the benefit o!' any
their than thie clahtimant, the memorial to be
exhibited must further set forth, when, whiy,
and by what means, such other has become
entitled to the anaount, or any part of 'ii;, a-
mount, of the said claim. Tle memorial, r'--
quired to be exhibited by all claimants, must
also set forth, and certainly declare, wheti:er
the claimant, as well as any other for whose
benefit the claim is preferred, is now,and at the
time when the said claim arose was a citizen of
the United States of America, where he is now,
anti at the time the said claim arose was, dom-
iciliated-and, if any, what chane-e of domi-
cili:,tion has since taken place. The said mrre-
rnorial must also set forth, whether the claim-
ant, or any other who may have been at any
time entitled to the amount claimed, o r any
part thereof, hath ever received any, and, if
any, What, sum of money, or othlgpr equivalent
or indemnification, for the loss or injury sus-
tained, satisfaction for which is therein asked
And that time may be allowaved to claim-
ants, to prepare an1d file the memorials above
mentioned; it is farther
Ordered, that when this Boa.tnd shall ad-
journ to-day, it will adjourn to meet agail on
the 10th day of September next, at which time
it will proceed to decide whether any memo-
rials which may have been filed with the Sec-
retary, in pursuance of theiabove orders, shall
be received for examination.
Ordered, I hat a copy of these proceed
wings be published lby the Secretary of this
Board, in all the public Gazettes in which the
laws of the United States are usually p.inted."
By Order. T. WATKINS,
Secretary to the Commission under the
11th article of 'he Ftlorida Treaty.
June 20 tS 19
Middlesex, ss. To the heirs at law
and all others inter'esled inn the estate of Simon
Grover', late of .Malden, in said county. laborer,
deceas-d, intestate, G3nETI'rMfNG.
TI THEREAS Oliver Holden,* Administrator of
51i tine estate of said decensedl, has presented
for alowance to time Jintre of Probate i' said(I couti
ty, thie first account of his administration upon the
e-state of anid deceased.
You are hereby notified to appear at a Court of
Probate, to beholden satCambridge, in and tor said
county, on the second Tuesday ofi Nvenmber next,
to sho.,n cause, If any you have, against the allow-
ance ut the se- n
Wirto.!a Sa:nmel P. P. Pay, Judge oft Probate,
Sat Chariest.i'wn, this tv,..(v-Lsecond tav of Arliint,
A. D. 1821. ISAAC FISKE," /Ir'ister. '

Middlesex, ss. To the'heirs at-law
aind all orders interested in tIhe estate of JIere-
miah Cogswell, late nof Westtord, in said county,
gentleman, deceased,testit.a, GnEa-eIN.
"/r,HER1Ek.AS John Abbot, executor of rtie
V 1. last inil and testament 4l' sa;d deceased,
has presented for allowance to tire .Iudrge of Pro-
bate of said county, tite first account of his admin-
istretion upon the est, te of said deceased.
Yo are hereby nnrified to appear att a Court of
P"ronte, to be holden ast (roton, in and for said
county, on thie third Tuesday of October next, to
shmw cause, if any you have, agninsttlie allowance
of the same. "
Witness Samuet P. P. Fay, Jundge of Probate.
at Grotrn, this louretcnil day of Anglst A. '1.
1821. ISAAC FISKE, Regist,".
TOTICE Is lerehy given, that the
to t subsriber Ihns I cen dur'y ntpointed execut ort
to tlhelast inill and testatcnti rt' of
late lof Sherbur;e, in tlle ctunlty nf Middllesex,
yeoman, deceased, tt'st'te, and lira taken upon him-
self tlhat .trust liy giving bonds as the lawdirects.-
All persons having demands upon thle estate ofttie
said deceased, are required to exhibit the same;
and all persons indebted to thie said estate, are csll-
ed upomn to make pavymnent toi
S m8herbiirne, .lugtst -2S, .1321.

S C..? UTIO.,V.
W HiEREAS my wat: Sally, lias quit my bed
antl board, tlis is to forinbid a lltersort's front
trustlnmg on harb.or'ig her on my account, as I will
j;ay no debts of her conlrsetLg. ..
h" Il .LIAM BLE-2DE'.L.
Cfarestocn, Jiutg. 22, 1821.

L. REED, & CO.
O V~,O. i18s, .^"G-H "A .
522 buxes white Sugmr ; 14 do. brown do,

For Sale, Freight or Charter.
t''be schooner Franklin, one Ihun-
dred tons burthen, well found, and in
every respect a good vessel, i
aug 29

at -IHI)HS,. Guladaounpc Molasses ; h25.1,bns 'Sur-
5o in.tm Cocon'a-landing tiomn slop Maine, forI
sale I'- THO'S & EIDW'D MO'ILEY, 38, In-
lira-str'et. aug 29

Flour, Juiiper-, Leather, ete.

.No. 2, IVD.I.-STREET,
1 ,, ,VE FOR SALE,
',.1 bbts. Howard-street Flour,
309 do. Juniper ; 100 sides Soal Leather,
aitles couhItry Feathers; Patent Cofieee Roast-
ers ; Stoves and Y farmers ; Cider Vinegar W\'.
I. Coods. 3sn 0t I
Bristles. Hl.mp, andT 1alloiw.
TIWELVE HUNDRED lbs. first quality Bris-
.q ties; 15 tons clean ,Hemp ; 60 casks yellow
Candle Sr. Petersburgh melt ld 'i..l... -i ....1,.
from brig Sampson--ftr sa.Ie at N.. 1..i
.wvhaf. ang '29

Whitney, utler & Hammond,
-.'O. 24,; B O.. DSTREET,,
.T-AVE FOR SALE, 350 ihhds. N. Orleans
Molasses ; 200 do.s Martinico and Guadaloupc do.;
100 do. St. Croix :nud W Island .Ruin; 15 whole,
40 half 200 qr. .nd 100 half qr. casks Sicilh- Ma-
deir Wine, a part entitled to debenture; 35 pipes
Payal \V ine, cUtitled to deblenture ; 30 pipes Schi-
edit.i Gin, r). rdo. ; -000 wt. avenuee Cloves, dtn.
dI. ; 100 Ioxt-s first quality whitI Havana Sugars ;
200 casks Smvyrna [taisie, of prime quality ; 100
casks Malagn Wine; 100 bhis. Swed:sh Aluin ; 5
.tons lirazilelto W cNVo; 200 casks Pat and Pearl
Ashes ; '00 bbils. ground Camwood-% ith a gene-
rtal assortintit 'f "'.eas and W. I. Goodls. ag 29

A. ;9, vI.r).!. yTR. ET,
Agents for John Sharpe & Co. of lBirmingiham, England,
'AVE now open at their oflie'-, tour cases con-
l..i, "til Iin I patterns of every description o'MA us:.
ktcts, IFowli.g Pi'cccs, Pistols, and extra Locks,
which thelI will e ]happy tr. show the de:riers in
those articles, 'an.d to receive orders for the same,
whitihwill be most rfithfitlly executed by Messr's.
Jmix SAn.ir'- Co. rund warranted in ever' re-
speCt equal to the sample, and on liberal terms.
.Tune 30 'S3m

FF&JR NVO: 6, CK"13 'i{.'L-I'VHlId'.
4'2-' bbls. su-)i fine Flour ; 30 do. fine do.
5 tiress tnrimen 'i.ice,
'' 2O bblo'. ireked-Whale Oil,
":0 ibhs. )
SO bnl3 acet- Ocean Wlale Ol,,

5;00 galinns WVint r Oil first qual ty,
10* 0 0 dO,. Sunuil:r d.!o. do. do.
3000 slab WhaleI inoe. In.r aug 15

S s Store io Charlesto',ln -sq:'art,
!000 first quality Brazil slides, suitable aur S.).le
Leather, p
n100 ln. iu. do. do. do. lor upper do.
41000 1 n'indra.s, .
ChA Cailaltar. GOJ.1T i /,''.
i0M,)(: ,.yO.,'",)-
ni:.00 sines .I*" Sri. t-tlraher,
-')0 Sheelp Skins, sirpenior quality,
230'0 KInapsacks, mnIae 'r trom Horse Hides, suitable
tifn cn, rinlg '', Tinks,
.2r)0 Call'.~ikins, fr:om ':t; also 75 curried.
.une SO n0 l

JAMES C.-: '.;E .
.Var' 1', lA JIJ L-d-k"H.,ql. l',
S"AS constantly ltlr saie--lRussiarn, Swedish, ,wsdi
gr Eilish IkRON, fltat,sq ire, andl round ; with
N;AiLS, 'itl)6, Ht.OOI'S, and : Ln.A;.l'ES. ot every
descriptionl and size-real (L) blistereld STEEl,.
.lsoe, London Crown WlINDOW' GLASS.
.Ir Si e rt *

. J .first qlunlity HOGS BIXISTLES, at LANE
IION lF.W L'L's, D)o(k-s3.
(r'Sboe makers' Brisiles lor sale as above.
nov I1 l-Jrl"is

A'-'AS constantly on handiat his Matnitaelory
No. 27, Newbnry-street, Boston, a large as-
sortment of ltlok Tin WVarc,

vit:---lock Tir T'a Pots; do. do. Pitchers; do
do.. WVash Bowls and Ewers ; do. do. Tlumb'.'s;
tido. do. quart and pint li'ur iPots ; do. ldo. Lamps,
with a -"er ",,-'"''"'ement.oln Puw ter Ware.
N. 1; .. articlesls are 'varrlanted to be
of the best matervtals and workmanship--also,
cheaper tihr ant any othel ntiarnulatory.
rr arch 24 eptt

Bt IALUtS Corienties Wool, fine ind free from
Sburs ; 150 do. washed iuenos Ayres 'ool,
9 do. Amnerican IF!nx ; 47 do. prime C.Jotton,
35 do. Mogndor'e (int Skins,
4 tierces pu1til:id Elpsom Salts,
60 qr. -casks Gun Powder of a superior quality,
firom Erden 'an cK Mills.
250 boxes T in rates, 1-3 X "PointPool" brand,
13 do d(io. do. various sizes,
1"2 casks 4d Cut Nails,
100 hhlds. Trinidad Molasses,
16 do. Cayeneo d. '20 do. St. Croix Rum
4.0 do Windward 'sld 11Rum,
5 pipes Brandy and Gin,
4 do. supe'rirfadei'aWine--for sale by MUN-
SONM& BAIiNAIRD, No. 17, Central-wharf.
airng 29
iidA,'TED .
SSTIA DY, csa'able, culor'ed woman to do the
er cooking wrtshinig and roi.ing of a filmily.-
Coed.r'uonm'fmnrriatis will be required. Inquire
at No. 0. Atkiinson-strect. Raug .2'
P IcRf'.l'N'.I".
SSTFEADY, capable, middle aged Woman,
nishhes a situation to do Cooking arnd other
housework in, a gentlemana's fahmili, where the num-
ber is smdi'alanl another domestic kept. A sitrm-
tion ih the country wouhl be ptelered. Inquire

Essex, ss. At a Court of Probate,
holde: at Salem, in and for' said eotty on the
tlliri Tuesday in August, A. D. 1821.
N I lirptiton of n ...niel Alley, asdmtinis-
: 5 'v trator ol die estate rof Eplsraim Alley, late of
Lynn,jin said cOunty, cordwainer, deceased, intes-
tate, shlewinr, that thie debts against thie estate orf'
-saii ,recasei:, antount tn one thusa d three rhun-
dred seven dollars, il'ty tirree-Cernts more tran all
bis personal estate anl praying, that hIe may be
duly emnirwered and licensed to s.ll so nuch ont
the real estate of said deceased, as sln1! he necessa-
ry for the paymtnent of said debts, wilh incidental
charges:-Ordered, that the first Tuesdaiy in Octo-
ber next, ten of the clock before noon, he assigned
as thIe time for/ considering said petition. at a
Court of Probate, then to be holder at Salen, in
said countyV ; aind tlat said administrator give no-
tice tn all persons intrr'sted, by causing an attes-
. ted cupy olt' this order to be published three weeks
successively before said ti.e, intie Columbian
Sentinel, printed in Buston, thlattlhey may bIe pres-
ent,and shew cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petition should not be granted.
D. A, WHIT'E, Judge o Pro.obute.
A true copy of record. Attest,
NATH. LORD, J-r', JReister.

S AS for sale, ,itelv opened,
.,It 'V'o. 69, COlN'ILL,
1 case superior quality striped Silks,
4 do. do. do. blk.and coi'd nnmkin Crapes,
3 do,. do. do. do. do. Canton. do.
2 do. do. do. do India Levamines,
2 do. do. 'tdo. do. do.. Sinchlaws,
2 do. .-do. rdo. do. do. Sarsneta,
Black French Crapes, Ribbons, Florences and
2 bales lussia Diapers,
2 do. white and colo eid Flannels,
2 Io. 7-4 to 13-4 double Rose Blankets ;'
With a general assortment of Seasonable Goods,
for ensh or approved credit. naug 29

-T ,'V"o. 60, Markect-street, (Sour't SIn,)0
-AS just received I'rom New York, and offers
for sale-1 case Canton Crapes,
1 case Italian do.
1 do. 6-4. Imitation India Muslins,
1 do. Camlbric and Cambric Muslins,
1 do. Furniture IPatch, of superior quality,
1 do. Siriped Silk;' 2 do. alicoe, .
1 bale Boir.bazetts, assorted colors,
6-4 and 8-4 Linen Da)nask,
BirdsLa'vej)iaper; 4-4 and 6-4 Cotton do.
A great assortment of Silk, WaVorstedt mnd
Cotton Hose ; Silk and Kid Gloves, ke.
3100uyds. American Sheeting Is to 0 s per yd.
1000 do. o. ti0. Shirtings 1o to 40 cls.
A good assortment of Ginglihms striped aondr
'White and yellow Flhnnels. .
JlLo, htlu trindl black Ilroadcotl.:s andt Csssimere ;
sattinets, ,e'. The above will be sold, very cheap
for cash. t" aug 11

F'1HE subscriber info:'rms the public, and partic.
I uharly his friends and old customers, that lie is
now opening and offers for sale, a large and valuarr
ble invoice of SHOES and HOOTS, of almost every
description, at No. 2, 1'rattle-strcct, near the he l1
of Court-street. As it is his delctrmination to sell
for cash onlyv, lie is confident that no person can pur-
chase in this market at such prices as he is now anu-
thorised to sell at. Country Traders that want to
suplply theirs stores, artie respeetfl1y invitedto call ;
and tirey n mny depend upon hanvirg good bargains
for their cash.
ij "'Familiesin town and out of towl, are invited
to call and supply theisalve; l.but recollect there
will he no itecomniodation of credit to the amount
aiig 22 iw

NAo. I1., CORNlHiLL,
I 'AS received per dlercury and T riton-rMen's
SBuckskin Glores; Norway Doe and Dog
Skit n comiO.on and extra sizes lainu arnd lied S Fleecy
do. ; I .liis'best English Kid black andi colored do.';
real Fawnm and pateut Beaver dn. ; wasi leather
Socks, under Vests. and long Drawes ; Tabby Vel-
vets, black, dark blue, grass green, &c. ; wide
green Qtiality Bindings; black lormbazetts, plain
lind twilled.
On. ialltd-the new pattern of patent Braces,
wiith six loops. 6iwv aug 15

Copartnership Jobtiee and Rle'-ovta!.
.vr^l'll' Cnpnrrt'tershipr lrm'erlorrt'e existing nnder
the firm onf PLARSON &' CLt)UTMAN
is dissolved in consetuncet: of' ti'decease of P.
Cloritm:n. Al persons having demands against
the firmin, are requested to present them. and ll int
debated, to make pay meit to

6.il( r1..I L.
76, Cornhill, to Cumnting Room, No. 1, Ln:)g--i
wlere he tie ;l! be hap11 iureeeiing ordl.:rs If icris-
lon Crows iiid liChilnstiord 'is'nnlow G'hiss, and
CGlans Ware of every description. His former re
ai- customers can be siunplied by Aiessrs WING
& SU MlNER, No. S. South 1 :w. ttf -.Tiry 1

No. 184, CORNHILL,
C Corner of State-street, i stairs,
I_ ESPECTFULLY solicits a share of the pub-
lie patronage in the above bra 'ch-having been
solely in this employ ior some years,lhe is confident
lie can give entire satisfaction to every employer.
E P. would observe that (as competition : n this
busiaiess ihas caused some to redlcnee their prices)
his bills shall be as reasonable as ain workman's in
Boston. tf July 14
P RIOVACY must ever Ile a graul desideratum
to those who are so unfortunate as to coutract
a Venereal taint; in whom. a natural anxiety ari-
ses to rid themselves of so dangerous a co;nplaint
as early as possible, yet bash'.uuess has often been
the ddst'ruction of many, who otherwise might have
been at this present day in iht-alth, and uselrl mem.-
hers of society. To prevent similar occur'rances,
thie proprietor submits all easy, simple and secret
method to cure the same, liz :--l). Inter's Cel-
ebrrtedPltd.'s. Price one dollar, or six boxes for
five dollars--rouJ \r hcih will be found a practical
treatise on the cne .piaint, 1. i .. [,'ly tie
svni:ntois and nmethld of ,iof I tI.. *. Pils
together with Dr. Hu0iter''s"ljection Powder, are
an' elI.ctual prevent:itive and -,nremedy, in ali the va-
rious stages of the disease, n ever obstinate ; re-
cent inlecti'mns are removed thereby f'raqu'nily in
three ior ltour days, without conlinemucint or restraint.
of dict, ait the trifling expeicei of a lew dollars,
wit, pterect secrecy. inf 'Ask lfor "Dr. Hunter's
celebrated Pi'ls'"--none are genuine unless signed
fW. T. Corway. --
'i'befollowing letters are proofs qf their s hintlu
and superinr e'eca'cy.
Sir-'The two boxes ot' yir IDr. Hunter's cele-N
brated Pills, and onr. packet of Dr. Hunter's Jnjec-
lion Powders, camesafe t1 through the post ofliice :
and I have the pln:easure to olbserve that the whole
of the s) mlptoins i.Lve ceased, although I I ;td ben
altietr1d nelr t'.neif )ye-''s, ilaln had been rgularli
attended ; ltduring iihiclh I blecan,ne much debilita-
tedi-but auim now, thanks to your most excel-
lent medicine,restor'd to Ihacllb. In as nni nly ten
days since I began taking tieml. I1 lhnig
more is needftlt you will picase send as br'rre.
Your's, n'.st obliged, iR. C. T.
Plattb6ury, 1Dec. 18.
Sir-aBelig aflicted witli a venereal tainlt 1r
thlre year's, swlic lbaid .:csisted every ...:siitlance,
resigned a incurable, tormented wicth pains ii ev-
cry bone, swelling in many parts, distressing ihead-
ache, loss of sleep, not able to put mny lials to tihe
ground, nor my coat over my shoulders, ny head
lixed in this horrid situtiomn-1 was advisen by a
physician to apply to you for advice, which was
dlfne according to mta letter, dated 1il N aov. laist;
I have taken five boxes of Dr. A lunter's cetebroted
Pills, you was pleased to send, and othericvisu fol-
lowed your friendly advice, and am now to n l ap-
pIra 'rnice well ; iny pains ceased after tlin seco rd
box--lonild t:lank you, if you think fit, to forward
more pills as before.
With the greatest esteem,in good hearli, thank-
fulty, I anm yours. Chatrleston, December 31.
'IThese PILLS are pr'eparnd and sold wholesales
by the sole proprietor, P. '17 2 LN. U W.., Chem-
ist, No. 2- 24, Franklin-place, the late Mansion-
house of Don .luan Stoughitin, Beston2l--unid re-
taded by appointment, (to pr intt mistakes !) by
Maynard & Noyes, Cornhviill ; Saint. Pilllberry,
56 Hanover-street; Henchiman, Camtbridge-streel
Feunnellyv,3, 33, Prince-sreet; Fartingtonr, Ann-st. 5
Wakefield, 1,ilk-street--and no other in lioston.
Also, by W ipplepr, Cushing & A.ppl:ltorn, Salem
C. Vlhipplc, NewbIuryoVrt ; Robinson, o Woes-
.lup;r Hlubljard,Hutelhi;ngs & Gray, PoIlsmonth;
'Daniel P. llopkinis, Harltnord ; Hiit ik Soi, Clark
& Sous, Northampton ; Iead & Spaulding, Am-
herst; Avery Plymouth-and most Druggists
Booksellers, and Post Masters tfrouglouinr lithe
Union; where may be had all thlosCjustly esteem.-
ed and highly approved Mediciunes prpareared by
W. uT. y VOWJIY. O'r A large discount to
country Physiians, 'Traders &P,

Fire Engine Manufactory,'
if~Hri subscribers beg leave to inform the public,
that they live purchased the Stock and Pat-
ent Riht of 'Perkins & Bacon, fior carrying on
the above business, and have taken the stand here-
tofore occupied by them, back of St. James'
Church, North Seventh-street, where they will
be happy to receive and execute orders for atay
Machinery in their line, and pledge themselves
that it sbtnl be executed fi'om the best of materials,
and in a workman-like manner-they htive also
come to a determination in consequence ofthe
fall oftMaterials. to reduce the prices, and will
build Domestic Engines, with metal plunges and
Boxes, lfor watering Gardens, washing Wjndows,
rYc. and which will force, the water, by 'the power
of one marn, 80 tfet, on two wheels, to play through
Iose pipe, for b 42
Or to play through a goose-neck, '47
Large sized do. for thetories and sliips, 75
Second class VillageEngines, which will play
over a five sHory house, and not requiring more 75
than eiglt men to work them, tur 2
First class do. throwing larger streatm,hcld-
ing more water, and requiring ten men, 252
Engines .to exceed those of tly'doublecham- .
ber (usually termed first class) in power and
effect,and to play from two pipes at once, when 7
wanted, 600
If with one stream only, 50
Second class do. but little inferior in distance
and size of nosel, 504
The largest sized Engines yet in use, will
discharge upwards of a ton of water per min-
nte, a,.d project it more than one hundred and
ninety feet, through a aosel nearly an inch, 950
1st, and extra cl.tss, -warranted equal in every res-
poet to those made at any other manulfetlory, at
600 dollars, 850 dollars, and 1050 dollars-30 dol-
lars ath'itional being clunged when made to ploy'
two strer.ms.
.Engines on the old English construction repair-
ed and irmp;noved so as to play further and easier
thon 'n- i.n new.
S'-pp!y Pumps, to force water through hose into
!';.igines, with Levers on a new construction, work-
ed with ease by two men. m
Progressive ILever Sealt Presses, for Notaries and
Public Ollices. S. V. MER1ICK ot CO.
Philadelphia, Ju.Tne 9 ep8w

Old Line. of -Mail Stages, from Boston to
Mionh'eao, .
EAVES Boston on Mondaya, Wednesdays
4 anid Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. 5I. and arrives
at Francestown" sane evening. Leaves Frances-
town at 4' clock, A. M,; dines tit Wihdsor,-iind
arrives at Royalton sunle evening. Leaves Royal-
ton at 4 o'clock, A. M. aid arrives at Burlington
same evening.
RET'UR,'.L''VG-..Leaves Bnrlington at 4
o'clock, A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays attnd Sat-
urdays, and ai'rl':vs sit Royalton same evening.-
L iancs io at 4 o'clock, A. L and arrives
int Fn'ancstown same evening. Leaves- Frances-
ltoivn aIt .i o'lot'-, A. M. mad arrive's in Bsori at
4 o'clock, 1 '.l
To-wns throin ', which it passes frint naston:
Clialestow'n, Ailedflrd, Wobri-n, Billerica,
Chelmslbrd, Tyngsborougb, DIustablec, AmiAerst,
Mount Vernoi'n, Francestown ,Hillsboroughl, Wash-
ington, Goshen, -Nrewport, Clarc.mont, Cornish,
Wimndsor, (Vt.) Hartland, .- ooisttek, Barnard,
Royalton, iRandolph, Brookltieldh--WilIiamstowin,
SIMontpelier, Waterbury, Holton, WillistoutoBur-
lington, then by Steamboat for Montreal.
Each passenger allowed ihiir'ty pounds baggage
gratis. Oine liundred and tuent.y poutndis equal to
a passenger. Tihe Proprietors will not e a.ccounlt-
ablee br any baggage tniless r'ceipted: for.
Stagi. lnwcs 'ltpt tIn tIEY'S No. 14., Baek-
ste st'ell ton, s iand at JOHN 1LOmVAIRDS, 13ur-
ASA BUTTEilFIELD, r "'os .
I,EAN & ALDS, ... i"
ED2U, D) ILAWRENCE, to in 'sr.
F. .J. tlETTIS,
IQ"3ERT J" AlKICU!'R, Prop's. from
HARRIS EATSON, o Bring ton.
July as eptf
The thorouIgh bred Virginia Horse
V 7T. ILL stand theensuing season at lrIjor Jamesa
% Brown's Fmarm, in I.exigton,i. niiles tron
Bbston, at-ihe nmnle'ratc price "of dollar's tihe
Manre, to warrant a foal; 12 dollars the season, or
8 dollars the single leap, and I dollar to the Groom,
limited to 20 mares ; he will be led to B)'isha/on
every Tojuin/o, and' ste' at 1Ji/.'ir;'s I. .
through thlie day. Payment man y be mrnadle to the
subscn'ber, n r lo Mir. Leonaril Brewn, whi takes
charge of tlie 5 P;orse.
i'ARES ro'in distant places furnished with
keepijga at a reasonable price, but all casualties at
the risk of their owners.
This Ilorsn was bred by the fHon. Jos. Lewis of
Virginia, the present nou'nur, trom the very best
stock of running Horses in that State. HIe is a
beatutiti'tl baly, about 15j hands high, uneonimonly
well made, with great bone and muscle, black
mnaie, tall and legs, five years old last June ;-his,
siru wass theo imported Horse Eagle, one tot' tLie most
distinguished racers of his day, as 'ill appear by
tile Erglis.rl', .."n Callendar, andoiae of ihe largest
a nd niosit ( .i. n -orses in Englandl Eigle was
illmported into te United Status by Mr. Bell, in
thle yehr 1706. lHe is till brother tq Spread Eagle,
as will appne:t by the Stud-book, page 337-was
gotten by Volunteer, his dam by'llighilyer-grand
'li.,ni I- 'l".rin'ei.r-great gramnldanfmt by Clade-great
.. : .1. ... i, .1 ,,, Lass of tire 'M ill by Traven ler,
l., a '. in. ., : c. & ..
The dain ofa Whistle Jacket. Iris, awgs gotten by
thie imported Ilorise Sirling-lier dam by the inm-
portend rHIrs Courr dtie Linn-i-her grand tdam was
Mr. MCade's celcbr.ated ruling mMare Oracle, who
was got by Ldie imported lho se Obscurit)-her g. g.
dam by Celor-g. g. g. dan by tie imported lHorse
Partnei-g. g. g. g. dam by tre imported H'orse
.faius-g. g. g. g. g. dam by the imported Horse
Valiant-g.' g. g g. g. ng. d by the imported
Horse Jolly longer out oft an imported Mare, the
property of Peter Randolph, Esq.
C/harlestowon, j.uly, 181. 2in

F PERSON calling his name Reed, ad snntating
j himself to lie o the firmin of II. Q. leer,
olf- iroad-stlreet, Boston, called at ithe shop of lthe
subsurilbers in DrcIli'etel', oil tile upper 10.ad, on
Wednesday, thie 22d inst. anlud p.'r ised Leathier
to ilie amount o f 48 75, tfor whicli he gave a note
on demand signed H1. & Q. Reed, w!mich note ap-
lpIrs to be n tiO gery ; tll same person called at
tint Factory of)' major' Moses Whiticy, in .Milton,
aid lboughit 3 dozen Moroc-co Skins, tliere stating
his name to be -,n Hleedt arid had them charged ;
lie was dressed in a blue friock coat, black silk
vest, hat considi raibly worn ; appeared to be be-
tween 35 and 40 years of age, o ia dark romnplex-
ion, ansd about let 4. inches in lcintbi!it; rode in a
bel los top n ela is, yellow body. iia'ncss had: a
collar and plated hamines, a large white horse; lie
appeared t be well acquainted with most of (the
Shle and Leath''r Dealers in Boston and vicinity
lie had of the l subscribers 18 waxd Calf-skins, a
small lot of Rtuniset split Leather, calculated lor
bottom linings cf nailed shoes, and two sides of
smonothli r'iim- N-tals Leather. Tile above reward
wnil be paid for tte detection of tile villain, anid re-
covery of the iln'Qperly, or ten dollars for either.
E..& I. FIELD. -
DorcheFter, AIvtg. 27, 1821.
~'0 HIS L 1T, --
A CONVENIF'NT'I Dwelling House in Chamber
slren-t, containing two pUanlrs, a kitcinae;i nd
fouril' chambers, it good iewair'. witli a ya'rd, goodI
wsll ofiwatr and other coinevnieinecs. Iinquire of'
v'l, ILIXAM SI'(ONElil, in said street. aug 29
F11R S2IE,
I 111REE rick Houses and a 'Wjrharf, containing
over 8001) square leet, situated on Lynn-street,
formerly tie. estate of JosepI Whlitney, deceased.
Inqtire ofSAM'I PARKER, Lynu-strect.
ailg 15 Gap

W 7ILL publish To.morrow Morning, the first
volume of a series of biographical Sketches
of Emi/ent Lawyers, Stmatement, and Men of
Letter-s-principally New-England Characters.
By SAM-ET. L Ks'xaP, Esq. aug 29

W HO commanded the ship Duff,during the first
Missionary Voyage,and at thdie establishment
of the first Mission in the Islands oflthe South Seas.
By the R1ev. JOHN GltIFFIN, of Portsea, Eng.
This little l'ool is one of the most interesting
specimens of' religious and missionary biography
any where to be found. The subject ofit was bred
to the seas, went to India at an early age, was a
long time a prisoner to Hyder Ally,afterwards com-
manded a ship in tlie couoltry trade, amassed a
competent fortune, and returned to Englandl a de-
termined infidel. After a few years he providen-
tially fell into the company of the writer of this
book, who was then preaching as a candidate for
the ministry. From this unexpected acquaintance
lie was induced to hear lthe young minister preach,
the result was his conversion to God.
When the London Missionary Society were fit-.
tin, out the ship Du i'. with .thirty missionaries for
the Islands of the Pacific, Capt. Wilson offel ed Iisl
services as commander of the vessel, without any
reward, except that which results from aiempting
to promote the kingdom of Christ. He conducted
the voyage with great ability ; left the missiona-
ries at three different stations aided tlie mission
family es by his paternal counsels ; and, after his re-
turn, assisted in the comnpiiation of an account of
the voyage,which brought hP'o Thousloaid funPlds,
as clear profits into the Ireasury of thie Society..
Numerous incidents, in ti i life of this extraordi-
nary man, are worthy' of the perusal .)f all ; especei-
ally is the nacconnt of his conversion calculated to
be eminently tiseftll.
The volume will be printe- in duodecimro size,
on fine paper, and dti:ver'ed to subscribers at 75
cents in boards, or bound .at87 cents.
Persons subscribing for live copies, or becotniing
responsible for them, will be entitled to a sixth copy
Stbseriptionis receied finr this woerk by I.,i:;'
BowERs, No. 14, Newbur'y-strn'eet by whom tihe
Book will be published, and at the Bookstore of
Mu'nXtoon & FllANCs. tf Juntten O
T HE undersigned, appointed by the
Hon. F. II. Rolbbins,.ludge of'Probatetfor the
county of Norfolk, Commissioners, to receive anid
examine the claims of the creditors .o tlie estate of
late of Dorchest r, in said county, represented in-
solvent; give notice, that six months are allowed
to said creditors to bring in their didnms and thleil' debts ; and that said Comnmissioner's will it-
tend to said service at the counting room of 'John
Lemist, in said Roxbury, on the last Satrurdlav of
the nresert and of the f ve following inotulls, 'from
six to eight of the clock, P. M. ofeacli day.
Ro-elitry, .8nigast 27, 1821.
OTICE is hereby given, that the
subscriber has been duly ,ippointezl executor
of the last will and testament of
late of Saugus, in the county ot Essex, gen-
tleman, deceased, and has taken upon himself
that trust by giving bonds n;6 the law directs. All
persons having demands upu.t the estate of the said
deceased, are required to exhibit die same; aind all
persons indenbted to said estate, are called uponr
to make payment to .
Sautgtis, dulgust 2.5,. 1821.

'JTOTICE is hereby given, that the,
.L subscriber has been duly appointed adminis-
trator to the estate of
lato of Westfoi'd, in the county of Middlesex, veo-
inhi, tldcesed, interstate, and lias tokeon tupon hm -
self that trust by giving bonds as the law direcls.
All persons having demands ItqI)o the estate of tlhe
said Simnon l Hunnt, are required to exhibit the
same : and all persons indebted to the said estate',
are called npon to make pmvnent to
Wl'esobrd, A.gtust 14, 1821.

NTOTICE is hereby given, that the
.' subscriber has been duly appointed adninis-
trator on the estate uof
late offHiigham, in the county of Plymiuth, mari-
ner, deceased, and has taken upon himself that
trust by giving bonds as the !aw directs. All per-
sons having demands up'n thu estate of the said
Thomas ttrding, are hereby required to exhibit
thIe same ; and ;ill persons indebted to the said es-
tate, are cmlle1 upo tnl to make payment to
Hingfham,. .nzru'uslt 6, 18'21.
T OTICE is hereby given, that the
A subscriber lhas been duly appointed admuinis-
trator to the estate of
late of Billerica, in the co:.nty of Middlesex, yeo-
inan, deceased, intestate, and has taken poll him-
self that trust by giving bonds as the law directs.-
All persons having denii:nds upon the estate of the
said deceased, are required to exhibit he same ;
and all persons indebted to said estate, are oenlled
upon to make paiment to
S110MAS SKELTON, Adlmn'r.
Billerica, Alufgust 21,1821. 0Z
-T OT ICh is hereby given, that the
J s.ubscriber lhas been duly appointed adminis-
trater of thick estate of
late of Dorchester, in thie county of Norfhlk,
widow',deceased, and has tak,'n uponim bii rser t!ItIL
trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All p r'-
sons ltaving demands uipc thie estatedfM the said i,!e-
ceased, are required to exhibit the same ; and all
persons indebted to the said estate, are called iupnm
to nlake payment to
Do:C/hestrr, J / q1st 520, 18s'-'.
SOTICE is ihereby given, that the
N- s-ibser'iber has been dnly appointed executor
to the last will and testament of
late of Holliston, in thie county ol Middlesex, yeo-
man, deceased, testate, and lias taken upon hIim-
se'f tliat 'trust by giving bonds as thIe law directs.
All persons lia.,inr" dlemuunds uprnn thIn estate of tlIu
said deceased tre requirn'ed to exhibit lthe same
and all persons lidebten to thie sainf estate are
called upoin to make panYeniEt to
I7o/tiston, June 2", 1821.
By the President of tie United States.
Wirereas thie lPresinlent ot trll; United States is
authorized by law to cause certain Lands of tlie
United Staies to be offered in.' sale. viz :.
praIEREFtIKE, l,.IAMESI MON UlE, .Presi-
] dient of the United States, do hereby declare
a nuike known tlat puhiic sales, ltr tiue disposal
(agreeably tt saw) oi" certain lalids, shi.l he iiMd
as follows, viz:
At the amue' place, on the third Monday in Sep-
teamber aext bfor the sale of twenty-tour townships'i

A:. 'T caleasa, in .lbamna, on the third Mton-
day is October macxl, for tire same of twenty-one
to ,vnsiips, viz:
T'owns:ips 15 to21, in ranges 8, 9, and 10 west.
At the same place, on the third Monday ot No-
'veniber neat, for the sale of 24 townships, vi'.:
Tnvwnltips 15 Io21, in ranges 11,12, and 18 \V.
15, 16, and 17 14.
At the same place on the third'I Monday in De-
cenmber next, feor thie sale of 25 townships, viz :
Townships 18 to "21, in range 14 west.
15 Si 15, 16.and 17.
Eachi sale will commence withi the lowest num-

her of lot or section, township, and range, and
proceeCdl ill rtegular in:er'icail older.
The lauds reserved by law foril the use of schools,
or for other purpoacs, will as usual be reserved
from sale,.
Given under my land, at the city of Washington,
this 19ti nday of April, in thI yeOar' 18.1.
By hlie president:
A.Commissioner GQuleral of Lauid LOfice:

Mrs. Hastings and Miss Merritt.
I AVE taken the front Chamber jn Mr. Fessen- f
den's house, over6 the blook-sttn'e, frotionting on
Cornhill, at tihe corner .of V ater-street-cet't'ance
in Water-street. Ladies Dresses cut and mats'eof'
every description, with peculiar neatness ; a' re-'
tired roinr to fit their dresses. Clergyvmeta'
Gowns made. Ladiest from the country are invited
to call. "
Tailring by .iss MSERt 'r.--Oentlenmea's
Scouts,' pataloons, vests, &. cut.and made. ".,.';.
N. B. 4 Apprentices at Tailoring, and 3 at Alan-'
tauniaking ire wanted ; none ni'eed apply who.
cannot bring good recommendations.
July 25 epfiw

JOHN DAY,-Silver Smith,
Ao. 8, Water-st. opposite the Post OIice, Bostao.
M ASONIC Work done at shorten twice ; Watch
Cases and wordss Gilt, :. -d S,..rd.s PIltrI.
N. B.-All kinds of Silver W\ .. it maie t, ,rdtr
any pattern, I awtf Jull IS

Rational and Scientific Amiusements-

The A'ew-Englan ul Musenum,
gONTAINING by tr' tie liirgesand o6st high-
S ) lyI interesting colki.tion.tof NA'TURIAL sind
FIGURES, &e. &c. in Amrien, is opmein E-VERY
DAY and EVENING,. Music on the Great Or-
gan, Piano Forte, and other instrum'i'ents. A M.-'
itary Bond will pert'form every evening. Well
Lighted and go:odr attendance. (ihAdtmittance to-
the whole, .25 cents only. !iug 29

(pLARK DICKINSON would inform his frielnda
Z)J and the public, that he continues to D)e said.
Scour Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments of-eve-"
ry description, in thye nicest-mannert, and at: short
notice. Also, Clotlis.-i.ibbous, &c. Goods re-'
ceived for Dying anid Securing, at No. 4, Couh-'
ill-cotin t, Boton. J. B.1 HOVEY, .'gent.-
aug 29 epf'w.

;' TILL register Lands oi' Houses, either for'
,:l aie, mortgage, or to let, it: town orecottry"
Young Metn or Women frotl thie country, who
want places ol'any kind, and apply, will be attend-
ed to, and all business connected with te Iabove
transacted reasonably. fI. July 4

SF JOHN FRASER, son of Simon Fraser, late
Store keeper at Bermuda, in the service of
Great Britain is live, as he was l at heard of inr
the United States, he will hear of.an event which
will 'ntite i1ro1 to rnherit 10,0 pounds, by ceiling
at No. 88, Maiden-lane. G. W. & II. BRUEN. :
JVcw-York, July 24.
K,4,V TE'D,
7yHE corpamtiotn of this city will give from this
Sday to the lirst day of May. 11228 two d-olla.'l.
aril fifty cents per ton for good round paving stonei;'
an(at: 75 cents per ton for paving snd, and receive
tlhe sani from the decks'of the vessels importing
thesaint :r.ic h;: i., ti They willalso give.12 1-'2
ceuts pet running foot for 20,000 teet of curb, and
10,000 ftet of gutter stones. The' curb stone
must lie not less thuan feet lo.g, 1'J inches deep'
by 14 inches thick; gutter stones not less than two
feet long, 10 inches wide, and 3 inches thick.
J. ROFFIGNAC,. layoryq
MVwe-Orleans. .I-pil, tSS1 el6fin
SPRICK Drwelling House, situated in Corrhnill,
No. No. 52, without the shop, contaiingt'',ni
Chambers, a, silma,I Parlour and a Kitchen,e with a
Rain Water Cister) amnd a Well of the beat Waier,
a eonvrnient "Yard an d a pavd Cellar. Possessioix
man lIe taken immediately, inquire of A. BRIM-
AlEI, Atkinton-street. 6sp august 25

0 "TO SELL 01. LET,
SHOUSE, situated in Cambridge-port, No. 8,
L First Row, tbrrnerly occupied by Capt. Titor-.
ring, inl good. ( epk;ir- ; containing seven rn'rist,
kitchen and cellar, and a good Bartn-;vill be sold.-
low, or leasedU at i reasonable 'rent. i'r' part.s.u' .
lars,'apply at No. 151 Broatd-st'eet.
aug 22
TO be let, at Lechmere'Point, Cambridge,
House, containing 8 rooms, with a good well
of water and barn-rent 3150 per year. Pos-
session can be given in a few days. Inauire of
THOMAS RItNDLE, .No. 4, Warrea.sltret,
Boston. aug l,,

I'N a gentleman's ahmity in this town,' fi'om 1st
September next, for three lads, from the ages
of 11 to 14, who are fitting for ilarv'rd University.
To a gentleman n Iro would exercise parental 'au-
thority and consider thle.m in all respects as his
own children, the most liberal and satisfactory
compensation would be anade. A line directed to
E. and left nt the Centinel Counting Room,will
be immediately attended to. 2 spSt aig 11
I'WO or four yonng men maiy be accommodated
with Board at tire reduce price of ( 2 per
weNkinan agiceablelamnily without cuiidd'en. Please
apply at No. t10, SoutH School-street, next dour
west of Mr. BIllou's meeting-house. aug 2

The most valuable Medicine in use for'
''-IS new and hem'l g Balsanm bidlsfair to rival every,
Sert'dnLeinae her'etlofendleovered, for Cougi sasd com-
pirlints lit' the Ltngs Ita nILg Lo Consunmptiotn,and even it
seated Constaumpitionsil has :aley bet-n ired by many with
tello' iot u Iprising success. Jf Certificats from persona
of thr inn t'si resiettats ility, or tIe gRrat and ilierensinhg
elnafrnl tr iti, iay i c ialtled proofl t Its trd eflectls, it
is procS. searely ctae or'Colds, Coutngha, pain in the
side, di.T'culty of beaniug, want of slevp ariBinc trom
debility, or even consumptionsj, hbu may berelieved by
thetinely use of this .edwinn^ Many certificates of its
eliiecyacconipanr y each bottle.
'1 ans nay certify" to those whom i ti may concern. ctnat
Ihave i n n' xn're ,r' ly afflln edtl wi thc Asthim as li In ha
lasted mrr nearly forty' year-i, anrl a grrat part of that time
to such a ide'greet'i eohl not I e lay in hen'd nor sit in meet,
ing wi.honut oimighing, notwihslandinr, I had tryed many
good PIh3 sicians and ;'ari- ons kinds oI Mcldieies, tall pro-
eured a vial of Ander'an's Couigh Drops. inid ly the ut e os
thumr I icni:i p iep nmntibrtabivaad sit ir mletrilrg ma i tIo t
"rtnnlint i r. tninl nint-urit! mn inrr buirir-r ; r ind n I do f.'t,',e" A.
crti)". tithat mry roigitlihor etc njsillr tiolbrooii hiad hea
colirlr ,tniirhae to ihnor, r1on account of mni affection oif the .
alungsi., attendedd wIit a coutlh. iwho hal received michi
benfie l ironr the iIsne knid ot'fMI: lichne. so as to beableto
intoe' gai:in, ;nd I enn t <., .rfil.rt reotne mttd ilr > saln-e
kind or nlr'necine tr those wreo labuer tndrrtsuch lnlcsoilailtrn.
I, t'he su bscritr., duo herrby solemnly tiirmn tothe trutr,
and whole irith of ih e se start inent. before a magis-
tritea' Providence, It. I. this 4th dnlav o I'.hily, 18I.
ClttlIS'rTOPHl' l COOK.
I, uirn 'el H.t. ones, o i' Inisbnui ry. do lihereby certi
rhar t y wrt'f a 'as f'r rors" lhan five year.i, trees tintruihr
wanti a vi iernt carngh, dietncnityrf hr'rathirrg, antd hiss O
apptrite., and anihnbsst v'.irr.y deprived of slerp; anti
iunm ,itg tried as we suppoIsed evary !tintlg ualt ngimt
r-fl leani mem', without eeriuilnt in) trn'm-rl t, I an'as, rrdiner'il
rn lhlra'e hlier tiraka trtiml of Arld'rso'nni Coilnri D)ropn, n'd
al'nrLmm'r mlimr tWO '"ttls, Iher coagh emtirtly left eir--she
eninyctd lar fbrcn.cr sletn p. wliicb she iand hiLt done fuP
5 et'iis, andl Wasraog:n r tr rortI to streamgthiir
Sa It. .O10NIS.
Cntio--r p.t rtaieLnulur hlat every geoniin' tc ol na
lm Amitti'nO Cough Drlopr"' snntlt on the bottle; and
tlri dlir'' tlousar arn' lisi inee In)y Jan's.' Mtelcn .
Sold by Maymlard fi. No} rrlrootstrert 'aruaitel Ptlshirtilanarro ttrett; lortOn
& Brown, Robert eenncllv, and Danivn l-t'nrehir n. tos
ton; J. Wiliams, Cambri'!ge; A. Lincoin. Worceanr
D.D rewer,'Taunnto; J. WhS-alen,Dedhaml It.F.Ph'pPlS
harlertown ; Srewer, pcri'chesti r 'Ihwans. Pronid
ilerncei Whlipjrir, Saieinn Whirplt. N.r. ahrm, liilr-
Hil. Ifavcfhill ; Amnos Airbol, Ardovi'er 5 1'. W. Gil-
main. Exiietelr ; ir.Kidder,'Medford, and lMr locrmb.if
ieldway, mind wltolesale at No. 13. Cornhilll, ihereDllu
gisr rnnrv he supplied on liberal ernm .
lin'. 1621. tfla:n


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Proprietor, at his Office, Congrea-atr'ee9,-
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