The Repertory and general advertiser
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Title: The Repertory and general advertiser
Alternate title: Repertory, general advertiser
Alternate Title: General repertory advertiser
Portion of title: General advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.W. Clapp
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: July 2, 1811
Publication Date: 1811-1813
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Boston (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suffolk County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk -- Boston
Coordinates: 42.357778 x -71.061667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 53 (July 2, 1811)-v. 10, no. 17 (Feb. 26, 1813).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02639702
lccn - sn 83020500
System ID: UF00073208:00001
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Preceded by: Repertory (Boston, Mass. : 1804)
Succeeded by: Repertory (Boston, Mass. : 1813)

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Four Dolls. Per Ann.]


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a nirrait'. A/ tir ,11.itir'. Jt.i.e i19, 2? l.
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J' irce horn anid l.ar :.1r da,' thie 8.1 day ol J,-.
ly n x ,
Is A I TTiir :s ..' r,..' bh, any inh-ihiant .f
the 'L .,, B hI lie rciii.ie-ed n
M. jf, b k.pi bhv i ..- Selccim.,n t .r Ihlt f r ir
pno e ; arid '.,.. t iiiicred r, Mr ? in luc-
cesgP It:) ; ,ndJ a.l ii, nn '.er', sha.. e i dl.iInr.ity
p.ariledon i i.ih ) ,r.unai oi s .l Trucks, in b i. k
i-:ters. a a- .iinres i least r i.h...-- in l ienig:l,
on a wrh -. I li ir1.
.- \"..r r:h fr,ir'lcs .-ha rt be reg ister' ,
and nue.'.' 1d. i af ny aii r [,l cit- ishjill ,il,
exrehn:gt-, o iisp. -. ofl bhi proper ty iht rein,
t.l: I. l. Liiuiil be rcg'ierer J a-i.' ir. ihe name
,l "tiI ;'." n urch.it.. g .i r 'hcrA ie ov. r i t:
l'ie wam- ; ',iI thi,- '.n.-.i, si ltl 1.e rcinev ;-d
as .'tsrn &tb, in^ S:iul. ij'.c'joie d.iu ar. d or i"-J..

3.J-From fnd .ftcr Mondy tlle 8th day or
Jl'y.t t -miy Truck.-, wil tI M tin,. lirnc.
.(; .) t:. ':., slta- l be l] ii t-d h' 1. l II i, st l.,-
S it Q.t Lto ,:L, d :'d-o[ i .li- chnr, s'.I(c a '1i. lo Long.
s -harf, ra the nc-rth s1.ie, and rrc.m ilt'.y.-stret t
to i3roid street oil tl.e soulh. side, in tli, follow-

fh'r- Tniks ndiribeed from I to I' to have
tie p.irit-i- of that jtand forone week I dtie
i.rr,'- redJ ir -.ii 2 to 4u''0 stand there thl sec.-
t, u. I :k-, ,i iiuho-- !luiLeireu trom -i io t60
41o ,stLIJ iii, re thll thi.d week in succession af-
Ier w ia ti i h; v th ;ial. bl)-;;r. again tie r.iation.
.1 h-5.itd'. Trucks as l.ave Uiiui l sotd at
the east .,-, I ..n'-il HRall, shall be iern.itled
toc cr;nnii there hor Ith. pissent..
5thl-Al other I rucks not accommodated as
ab: ve, sa-il *Ia-, in Broa.l.-treet Ir In Milk-st.
so'Jhenrli ; t., oce .rr.r-igdl in -c line. near the
I -i.t walk r, iie t--t bi l, iiU, *.-'e e'.'e -ar)
in the ,iint,. nmrnniir on tile ii u r side, on the
-.ri.)nd n-ck ; and shall chl--nc .litir sindi on
thie f-st ai-.d uest ails of the sici'et weekly.
6thi- ll- t eJd, drau.tI lj two thlrar'-, o.Aned
,i ay inabi' in O ol i, a '.wnt. st -.i beh rcg'Ir-
it rnd and ntiirbr.:. d. &, i.aill take lieer stan.ts,
in tua saon '.on r incv ilsulAi be in use, under
thi' same reuii.iuani, as aie :dicady pointed out
for L racks.
7lth- N. Truck or t!"d with or.e lnor'e, shall
be perm tiedi t. star.nd in sttle strp-er.
A.. i ti i ii,recby oriercd. i' prutsuin.e nf the
suiLorril beture rnmimed, litt any ,ei-.L--n Al,o
sihaill flend ag iiist iihtr, f I.e abicve Rults &
Orders,: '.Ier tlih Sith day nf Jjly next, hdiil li' .
trre aod pay th.l- sum ofl l iue lDullai upon con-
i-cion of't:% ry such IJfl nee
L., u 't r / ie L -ic fc, rfE',
GH AKiLEb BULl IN(GII, Cheairma.t-
Juine '-5

_ _. I3f2.1it:/llr' flltt :. I lt ;C ,"t/ Il)f 1;/t s/,
t1I-J'. ri- 'nhest of intc L(orpiittii.n,' ,! l a -
T I cAC ,IuLr F' GBir R -'. Ho 'irY,'.i ,aiL' r nii e(il
tht their aJj..urne.l imnuling will be h,.Idat the
H Jill mt rhe '-. .-.", '.,,., i B.. ,.n, on t 1 I L .- %
i .,f irl'r J. ,. 1 tal n, i, i, 1 o'.:l.:. k i A. M .
u I ..' ." C L .' 1 ,
ne K .:.L .I 1 ,' ie r :'.j
e I rlnh.rs of [he i. i Lo -.i. Net ;papers
a'0 rfcque5rd Io lu ull il the dbove three bricks
auc>' lively.
I" htrchy i0ven. ihat the snubscribrr has been
duily appointal .dmninistratbr to tihc kstale of
iate ofB.j-a,. in the county of Situlk, a minor,
dcc'ck-cd I, ,id hs tak.:n upon hiT' Li t ihat tru-i,
by' giving bond a- ith 1, 6' direct. And Ill peiusc s
having damnd. upon tlih E-lart c.f Lie sad di.
ceased, are reqiaired to exhibit tlhe sime and
,All persoas inidcicd to the said Estate are called
upon tu niko payment to
Bost'nn, May 4th, 18 !. (june a1)
IS he'-ebh gien, that the subscribers have
been duly appoint.] Exerutor a of the last
will and tcb.ar.ent of
late of Boston, in the tcountyof Suffolk, single
'oman, decease,; And have taken upon tthem-
selves that trust, by giving bonds, as the law
directs. And all per ,-iqi l aing demands up.
oin the estate of tile ailt Abigail Belknnp are
rLqulicdL to exhibit the same ;. Anc, all persons
indebted to- the said estate are'called upon to
makeo paVmErit to
SAMUEL -BILKNAP, xverttors.
Boston, June 28.
TS reljr.y glven, that yt,.:st,-. BARKER and
BRIDL.,E Iase e.-euted an assignment of
all their Gwids, EEircr aiit Estate to the gentle-
man chosen by the Creditors as Agents and
Assignees -And all personss who are in any
vsiic indebted Lt said Barker &i Bridge, are
hereby required to make imm'idiat payment to
Jahe s,tihbr ibe'rsor either efitiem, wsho ai'e ai-
thorized to at acs. speci..1 ,\i,;p.,,-s saidd es.
sate. AN -Ihl.tW Il 1 i2l111E, Jun.
june 28 EZRKA DAVIS.

fT HE Triends duly authoriLcd of Capt. BAR.
A. ZILLAI ]ONES, late of. Nntutuket, and
Master ofrt ship Argo, co Boton, who died on
hIoard the brig 'frank.iu, on his p.. ..,gn from Dub-
in, the 14th iult. may. in a.pplhc'i-,n ",- HAR-RI-
SON & WILBY, rieturve ti clTt of -the de-
1 -cased. June z8
A f VI UEN will bepaii lotbth Crediton s
5. et ,Mi;.rr. CRAM St A THl fcITOIl, rj'
T'- sday the 5th inst. at the L'curn:y I'oQi r-
I.Lj nLiAMtiDO. &o. C. No.3 IIbdil-,tEIt.
June 21. ."' '

D Il E io a H bvina, lit April last, fromon boW-d
hip MF'onsoon, Benjamin Corham, master,
Jestru BaI~Wa seaman, ot--. Any per.
'S-on+iaulv' aumtisrizte, ay teceise his effects, by
applying to A'.io, o ROais, or )tsast I HoUss, No
1I, Loi,.whi, juhe S
D lED, from on boerd brig Traveller, John W.
t-. ]tighlntiniatei, tILALtM Ask INs, ofl~ris-
tot, (Maine1) and isiAc CusssssacHAM, ot Boston,
batht seamen. Any person or persona, duly au-
lih.-rited, may receive their effects, b3 appl, ing to
,hi rf. 'jun S3

w" Boo'. I 5 ift al (tta I the 6erikil, Chrg'ed'.VIi'res to tine 3ecr. tarN
T. L OO -L or statte,-., aIIh it.: an.swe'.v r t!., t ltt.r although'
T H ftl-rir. e val abl) I,'t p ,- l. .i'n th- l tier ci t liatt Lb.v .rltm r nk in c:inti -
8Fs roki, m":. bhe h.d .t' .I I.lLtrPL 7' r-' r TuE a t. L e L..: *";J .e r. l q e] nce of any instriiltti.:n F irom tlie Brilish gov.
.'l/.ly IROl'd.\', N. '*), C;i.inhin. 'l, i, whIr, i '.-- ernment, founded on thle late c riler for taking
,ti Lii L.i t I -on .. .J '- *i m :I pi tI.0 P !..L \"VI R 'TISl prssessiio of West.l-'in'ida, 'ell kno'.-n to b.-
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S l I, ... ii 'I I "- ory,, h t., crli aid tilt e l 'i .-pi-.-e .. ,tn lie A '. :-i, ..l.., ri4nciC ....--'n i h- .s h nie m iia" -n ti, ti rt h i ii-
a.abn-t, : I ni..nii ,i I .n. -'"' '.. ni onlv .y ihe p.:,-pit. Li.nhisa tlie niuio can ment to tlini-, o' .y ..'ip l.t ur, tnth i ,aI, t.1-.
Bui neyv's HAi p., t, 2 vil.,. 1..L:iU he r,)uaedi from trpor, it ,leaJdl il-'tuation- teinplatit";I ali interposition, which might so ma.
NHurri.u l'- ., ) i : Ir c.i, lf 2 n r,, i .'r, sin y, iall ; lo't. w'l c, are the terially elle.lt the Uniti.J Sitate ; and jltli.,u.gh
",in,.. i i. n t r.' SLI-". ,-',; at:n.i, H ie .Lgnil.-,'l p'-triants. ,,ce Itl, pn ,io call can ha% e been mAde Ib Sp..;n.i; thepres .
r', i d. i. c 8 ..:. 6 '- iIs anid tihe c ri '.- ,nts .'f W .,l ,i -...n ? AL, n c t inst.ar.,ce, I'r the fulfilment ol' ai such -.ub-
II..:l '-' .1, 9,( thieir v, ..ic, is not lh.ard-- Picket;iig alonr ol' sitin cn g. ig m, nt s; et, tIte ,i i nd ao..pe, ,- l'
I'sit's ', 1' I sh. 50, n all-hle althne, weeps for his coitntrv, atn I warns the do.u.-n-.it, wih th the acrediied source iron
lo Si. ..ti an1 Pill:.-':. o 3. viols 1.f0 her to --c p..-destruction-Unmoved, .amul in- isinch it proceeds, required, that it should not
.i. i-.i I. I.. .-.il:.r, .l 12 ,I. -J ..J') traiti t. c..lumny ar.1 i ersecution, he o lntie, I bCe withh'.ilJ frm the e .ur.r ideratln of0 Congre..*
_...m ', d-. .a .: in hI ,,hved. semirs.live- to, ,,an serng T'akin into n iew tha iuirr of tli t e several-
Ii il ,cl'.'"..n do ? :rI .- l,', h,, cr innr- i. The rest are siln'.-Geniusi o' o mniI nutir.-.itkliS, the p osture of ti-ings with
l ',...ke's ,i. 3 iol. lI i t ih.: fst briluncy rests in to; pid rcposn HIands a I l;chll t**) .e ciionectOclC It.e tiumiate relatio
.i,.-- Mi.l 3d2.'l,-n d-. 6,'00 th,u the rod of Empire might Ia-r! swayelld" o t' he luntiry adoiiiniin' the United ht.tes, Cast-
liardire', d ?'."J h ig listless and idle. 'The tisi,-,m of oim ward f-f the ru-".r Perdiris., to ti r C .cuii't) an.
.l ,h ol,, n ri..l r.1; I .'- ,,1 t m ,.irni ii dum dim despair ; and we r.;- the peculit r inc..LLatL th.. othli.w;ic.- have in it,
i' .....it', j... 6..' J C the le ;.,,ns of p'litica,: l expediency & mnir- destin .f
il.: Lb .,', do i 5 ,,..i 16,u, ,,ty, I'm n Itilltc ie ,,d Irsihisg ; *ind fuanc and t r com-en..l tistito c, rn, deratiin ofCofsgle5
d1.ls'. ilo 4 vols ,*-ii i ,.|th e aer the pi..itical instlru :torsa ofilhe Amer- the .sii aot blrness of se ..c:..n ei- thit tine U-
Itfs,.acius.ttl.' i, 5 -cols, 2800 ican people The character-of our political es- united St.ites could not s.ee, .:h;.it serliios I ,-
i. .:ri ,ir' .,- ,.., 1,00 :., is mT oninoui,. L.ke the houirs- croiak. qu tude, allt y part oP at neig I bpt i ing teritor, ,
I % Stor ir, ,; 4,5a0 ,n R,.cns, i, cir hoi -.l cries annr,,ince that i' wI-iu :i ..i I- -ave .i dihtficinr rr-sei ctl .an |>p '
Plutl/ri-'s 'or. ,l. Ir l- 1,50 i,1.. ri'l ru-'C lie Stor i rn 5 rar, andd lh toon 0 t t' sac-nnero nt-he-iiid o-tSpin
-.1. -n ,-'1's Vendors : "5,5, ;' t i us "." >into those X it n -t.lhei t i r -gnm diPv-,r' t
',.,iiL.ir, n Penmanship, 4,75 Another step, and we .are ruined forever. I receimnend to their considi station, also, tle
N r.!,i,d l onr. Crtra.-. 4,50 'lli.,er .tp, ard Napoleon ill iv- succeed- \Pdieev of aiillto.ing the Executive to take
Tidi'. Pii..:,r.:, 9,00 1 in iirrrd. ,, thl i.t ..f th,.s. irpublicks, i *.. mpor.-., poSsession of the said ci rito ,. iin
.i J.. on Awards. 4,50 of with France was th.iC- e ate, till I- becatr. l',:ai:sinrr ,.the arrangemcrtsa, which may be
.-.nt,tin i; ,i1 .\ct .l, 4,00 an tsurper. Georg.: w l"Vs a King uof limrrted tlcls' .d h. the Spa rs.hi auth.Jiriiies, a.J rlaklinq ,
Petcri,' Admir.ialiV 1D c,.itns, 9.00 power, and is hiated. Nip.ileon has raised his pro its.n! flor tth. govlrnmi.nt of tlle sanie, dur- -
H.,rrisrn; ,Chl.nccr-, 9i,0', dcspotick throne upon the tomb.stonc uf the ie. ing such possession. JAMES MADISO, ,
RtLbe r '..;re. di, 4,50 [,.L.n], ok of lii- own cau.T r)--and et' is % n-.lt .- Sar 3, 1811.
,A i .:n the L ,.- of P it.rit', (new ...-t:.l..-Na. i- jilt;l:d -arid b h l',n ,m Bi, i.l Oi Receipt of the above carjdential re- .
'.:.." i. 2,25 ..,- t.j i. i .;i'toli.: r l. ie t ,r, I nl )- republi -k, 4 S i-.a,, nd.,. ., fr'.lmi theI- Pre i ni,' .:n r'.'ss ... t
I'rr.re'hl...ni, .. "''r .l I ,Itt. 5,25 r hI" "I ic.ip -.l-. .d, o'.i' p l i ~'** thi e ni t cret i '-.ni .'.,' .., '. p, lsa .,liae.',i
B ) <,'i i1. Lig-'- 1,I only who are the lools ol a repF\.-,-eai ,. '- r .*i. /)1r:1. '* ;-'.]
Dicken-.ii's Digest, 1,75 1- s aasitc-. byi tlle rulerT- ofthat p, ip' -.ndr- --1
MNarashll -Ir liiraince, with additi.-n. by tl.se run-i, ,i-e siipparlidl I' i jy. i ap.ne and RE.SOLLU'TIO.'; OrI, DECL.IR.'TIO.V.
Condy, 2d ecdiorn, 12,50 siervr ..re the gilit' he esery '.ie lei hves be-. 1 arn1i' into view tl.e ,icculi..i si'ation of
The Law Journal, vols. 12,00 hind nim-:.ind n lr,-i setil.in ofhoriour finds its Spaiin and ..-f hlir American Provinces, ard con-
I'ilee of London, 5,50 place in repitlican I'.ooms His sacked honour sidering the influence, which the destiny ofthe d
TrAillain',; Ahridgment, 5vols. 30,00 1. plcedlet for tha inviolability of the Spanish United States, may live upon their security,
A..hit or. S'.,ppijng, 5,00 Pn i,,. i.,on iey are entombed in their dun- ti anqu'lliiv and commerce, Thersefre- r .f
Sir,r 's I'ilh.Jr-,-., 5,00 r i.:,n-, n i .. Ame icir. partizins cf-jinre us R, SOLVxD, By the Senate and House of Repre- a
Pealce's Evidence, 4,50 to heware of British p.:.-ri. The F-ench .:- sentatives f the Unit:id States, in Cong-resat ssem- .
-jeli" ri' Nisi Prius, 3 vols. 12,00 tern of corruption hs lor ages been moic n.Atr- bled, that,: ,. United States, under the peculiar
Sugden's Letters to a Man of Property, 1,50' ious-it has every %t here preceded the triumph circumstances of the existing crisis, cannot,
L.hsa% I l.l' ,' '.I- thI- action for money had of the French, it has been an.l is e'erv wher-e without serious inquietude, see any part of the
r.I ri.ten,:d S,00 emplouyed, andtyet the pa.rtLizn.s ..f Bonaparte said territory pass into the hands of aay foreign
Jones on B:ilments, 75 .-i...ti ,t r.xhiort ui L., bea- are cfRritish gold power ; and that a due e-..-. d to theirawn.sosfety
Comyn onl Contracts, 2 vuls, 12,00 --The power If !' apolen is tiem'-nduc--he tioniliIls them to provide, under certain contin.-
Powell on Mortgages, 5,00 wields almo,t the whole p)isical force of the agencies, for the temporary occupation of the
Issa3 oni a Chl,a Ju'isdiction in Massachu- JBuropea i cnii.iciilt- rt.re, uiicli as man never cnid territory.; they, at the same time, dcrtla.e,
setts, 88 posses,'e'. -'in':. the d:-.s of[ Julius Csar, :.nd thit thie said territory shsll, in their Ihnji, re i
.7...,,. in ..',d- vilietVt' TIel.i-'dical and air Anm i, I ti t-,itors conjiiure us to I-ir subji- main subject tofiatur negoAiatiod."
Mi.ct- lneiii Books cheap. P ItN I ING as ..ii .n .,,I. i.nim the li.rils ial.tn. i f Great Brit-
usual. 'l ite do they, hio at oilier times tell us .21n .iAt entied irot .jetauthorixirm the President
For sale'as above 1 font Pica 6001bs ;. 1 dol l tnaim ninst son fall, Leing at this inoment ": o,'ne L',iitd Stit-s:o oec,,i;, i-'te,'ritori there.-
lonr, Primer 2001bs ; I do Minion 112 lbs partly ... aineli able to sustainn herl if. In other coun- (titAa-:.i.;l.,n,,l.fnr c ',.;..,.+.
iiii, i.ii .. ti.im june 21 ,IcI thi ae, ht'Id.:d in. i me Lea 'i-u.i e a i Sect. I. Be it en.actid n .i ii t e.iie & House
i b ths ill.e cua.iili I. .h I i,r: f.allenr :,s Ithis i ll, ufttL pretuf intai ve of' tie Lifteiit ll tteus ofAmer-
r'E i ur evewlt. l, [iuri,,srinig thle Bii isli al their inr:ingati'.n, *.: c% i'i Coii.ogress .,:iilnled, Tli n. I. t Pr'esident
[Uy.T recei l'd ind ready for delivery to sub- shall siflci' tl PFrenich to come behind,and cast ofthe Linedil Stltes be, and lie is hereby author-
J ciii Iy M NI 'WEI N. N.' 6, Court street, their chains *r-und us. Why not Will these. ised to take possession of and occupy all or any
.e ihr r) f,,:rth number of the ED'N9l.",II, ,h i fIt '.l I.s-, it In list aie Silh dffrcrit partof the lI rriitti. r h,g EA.ST ,f the River
t Y iL ti .n ih. r L o .pe .11 hr. tirl n .\re trky mri.-re rdij.1 | l. 1 i isi l .] .,I south of tlhe State
"r ii-,,- ,. i.-,o for t!.*eah ioV work, and ac:.. I e i ,,. t in -nmM I .'* ate I-,ld ,rri n by r, ao f t, -,,,, ..i..L tie .li,.s ,j.| Teriltoty, in,
for the Q.uarterly Review, received by w. w. and who atil,it them e ghis .Vou lviitence ul s,,. c ,le a-i rl.,nLgemeit ia. i ecr,or shall :be.madet
'June 23 periotr virtue, jor int ll.g :r.ce' iholdJ thllr '.li le locAl auhlo. ry l l'the rind Territory,for
political conflicts. \'ini, an.o.o- them us unwil- delivering up of possession of the same or any
Sdilndury e ew, ling to sacrifice his 'ca lei, lnis bi other, otr his 'part thereot, by aly Iiign government; and
A.Edil 'h1 .11 RCviewv, profession to office and power! What he may, for the psll .I.. out iaktng possession k
( S BSCRIBERS iart ilrmed, ro. No3. ED is there in them-1 speak "if th lileail.r---Wln occupying the Territory aforesaid, and in order
INBURGII RE ViL', Ai rcjdy f.ir Jilivery is there in, them, that should reidetr itlcni to mani.tain therein the authority of tle United
by OLIVER C, GREENLEAF, No 3, Court st. loss corruiptible than the instruments Bona- States, which he may deem necessary.
0j('Siibscriptions received, as 'above for tlie part has found every Ihi, What have you Sect. 2. Be it firthor enacted, That 100,000 .
Port FIn-rrl, and Edinburgh Revicws, seee in it.ie. th-t i, tl':- ) .'i doni.t Il.C) would dolls. be aplI..pi te. for defraying such expen-
Junii : bhe n'.i dlhi, uiidcr N ,,ien;'s gi ,rant, e, to be ses, as tile tee.i.Jeii an ay deem necessary for
Prin.:e ailt Dukes *nd Li.ris, Nilaut the trou- obtaining, as aforesaid, and the security of the
Convention Sernm on. blesoml riail at returning -yar after carto the said Territory, to be applied under the direc.
T IS day publihd, and for sal people tr a renewal of thir 'greAinci"! Men, tion of thePresuident, outof any money in the m
'1T'Ir No. 4, Copuet-st.a orWaelby, No. 6, Court- are but mEn-i, arid thes5- are from be I, tat. best. Tr-easury nut otherwise appropriated. -
-Uet, ai c. Eda.ands,, No. 55, Cornhill-- I'leyc n.'t for lbr s iho are th .'oly polo. Sect. 3. .ndbe ;'i*" i 'enacted, That until -
\ riMIO )N, preached at the Annu- gists for a despo:. Itnei are not Republicans other provision be made by Cong-ress, the Pres-
al Convention ofthc Congnegationa'l Miiter-" o who are tile only apologist; for the subver- idcit be,.and he ishereby authorized to estab- d
Massachusetts, May 5 ', i" t-l-1 i E a PUr- tor fall the We.pu lick of his time. They lish within the territory aforesaid, a temporary
FE-R, D. D). PastorofitheChlurch in ihlin. are not true champions 'of A.niiercan Inde- government, and the military, civil, and judicial
june 25 pendence -lir, pr'et-..idit to be in danger trom powers thereof, shall be vested in such person
the weakness of England, and not from sthe and persons, and be exercised in such manner,
Boston H at Vanufactory. tremendous power of France. It is disgust- as he may direct, for the protection and main-
Bo o. ,, f tr ing tc witness this traitorous profligacy in them tainanz-e of the inhabitants of the said Territory
Y MESSE NGERo. 76, Statfore st ont -but it isterrible to perc.ve that the n.,tion ;s in the full enjoyment of their liberty, property,
"ff]ENRY MESSENGER, Agent for the Boston the dupe of it. and religion.
M' Hat Manufactory, offers for sale, a general iden e are .-ng the breach with
assortment of Gentlemen's, Youth's black a Ed "ietly we are ue
drab HATS bwhesa nd reta. ls England-studio,isdy, c..relully s.,denlnn it.- [Thefajlkwinig Docuic-nts accompanied, the .ee-
A few Sum er ats, of a fine quaity.. Also With her we. are plinctilous, keen and high sa ge ajresaid.]
N f.-The Proprietors are fequesed to at- mettled--scarcel ,leign;n r, trec ii explana- C. KEE ., ,STs.
N.B.-The Proprictors are requested to at- tion on any case, and never but in such a way as Col. MKEE to Mr, STI
tcnd more particularly to the clevncuth article of shall mortify and disgrace her, so as to ensure Fort-Stsddard, .Dec. 5th, 1810.
their bye laws. June ,o4 refusal. But frrr -i.ai.,cc every t g is-borne. ing on the 21st ult. taken the liberty. ,,of
If our vessels are burnt and stnk on the ocean, addressing youon tht subject of the disturLban
B. C. & W W ard, it is because the Decrees tho'repealed ts o t, ces in ,i s quarter, and having no acquaintance
No, J, Court-street, -Have opened, are still in force against the Brltshli. IfC they with any-member of the present executive, I
('NE cse blackbitks--1 :a',e shit he o& gicen are seized and crntclilca.,-l to the value of mil- have presumed to enclose to your care a des-
J for Umbrellas-elegant black and white Lace lions and millions in French ports, it is a mu.- patch from Goverrttir 'utlch to the Secretary
Viels- Lace Shawls-figured and plain Lace, for nicipal regulation. Not only do we bear all of State. I have also einclosd a hi.sty transla-e
mantles, cloaks &c.-Elitcen Cambrick, and line this, but we assist France in her commercial tion of Governour 'Folch's butter to me which
Linen Cambrick-Handkfs. _-Also-. system. Insulted, kicked and cuffed, we still with some other considerations has induced me
Irish Iie,,i at reduced price. ju72.5 fibiht her battles in the only way we can or she to pr,,.:eed immediately to the city of Washing-
I.ichard & Joles, wishes us to fight them. England is the only ton, tor which I leave this place il two or three
No.IIn,li .wharf, tHave for sale, barrier to the universal domination of Bona- days, and will proceed with the least possible
N1i. htn hi.d Ar. qn 'i;ty f 8 lslatN N E Ium 30 ehiese; Brazil_, destroy the barrier. eiev are ot vYur Indepen- I have, ke.
Sugar; 8 tons Swedes !r., iar,ici 1it; cases Tum.- dence-Beware of Britain-say the' Traitors. (Yignids) JOHN M'KEE.
blers ; Copper iolls, a '..itd. June i' De:,troy her-root her out. Wellgentleman be
l *. l -'.s i/rl it so. Say she is dtriiied--wlat ii .t is not Governour FOLCH to Col. M'KEE.
ho1 F A 1 Bonaparte that Yromerlict 'our ifiater. Ponder SIR-Sinee the converastiin I have had with
FOR sale,.now on load the sloip Poilly. 'o00 on it, fellow-countrymnen. Think you these cuA- 'you respecting the disturbances, which at pres-.
bushli:: Pye'- 400o l.u-lie! Shorts -30 hbis ling pol'.iciars are blinm- to what is palpable to ent afflict this province, I have thought of ad.
"..tri lin,. Fobi i. In,'. ..f NA -i'ri.'NIEL DA- 'ie irRM s it capacity la due time tity will he dccssilig myself directly to the executive power
NA, No.52, I *n.', Ii % ,..r tothe master on board, hBnipit, 's Gr..ndes !liire, as their fellow la- of the United States, through the medium of
;C ,'1.-,... June 2z< burers.. have ery i ere else, hliere their their Secretary it State, proposing to treat for
............ chduel hai prevailed. the delivery of tlie Province in more positive
(ei'tlaI Jtl irI/inf" Ho0se, .e--,' .. terms than tliose I employed in the letter that I
--.'i- r rriio lt s H crlcn latOa. wite to hilsc acellncy Goy Holmes, because as
-1lO1M A :. D'rNiEaT.rsirsaletheDWEL- r .on so acrc eona. ,tird,-aslseseveryinras,,thenecesity
L LING-Hl'USE, min which he now hves,be- [It is well known, tl,.t C ngressi were early cal- of hastening their conclusion increases also. I
in" pl ...n .s situated in Cambrnidge.street, cor. led into conclvc tie I ,st wante, and it has have believed also that it night be conducive
sn of i ..r, ahe strlee-t-is a brick House, three sto- been always stuiderstood, that somi busiusess to the better exit of this negotiation, that my
miea hi)st, tour rooms on each floor, one of the VCi'e intretling to thle nation ta'.ss transactedl despatch should be entrusted to a person who

CIoot,, an excellent wel-of water, and new rain er to present our readers, and the publick, that it ought to possess in order that it may de-
water Cistern the Hnouae and out buildings ae with an account of those trhrnsstiobi. We librate with the brevity, which is necessa.
water Cistern'; the House and out, buildgs are re eUai gr tified whih the opportunity of ry, cr.,,~d.dnlg li'.,t y0us, -i', are is a situation
in good repair. brnngt, I gltt tile proceediigs of a eie to fulhl Its. object from having been at eye
Airs-a lot-ofLaand, fronting on Temple-street, of tcN,'laiive i.,;i-: o"'putieg a check apn witnesaofallthathaspassed in tispart of th.
on which is small Houne--his hot is convensient -utnt a ek t witnessof a tat as passe i tis
y shittat br ao able, tothloe Dw cin-Hounen- .,d a ,~,ng tne;, inc,, ,,bl with province and the adjacent country, you can give
Thy wit a be for aSebor.the Dweit g-Hoeusc- tihe i'l Ii.im aind ntdepn.'ie|lc of ussr coun- inftrmation respecting the ala,'m which reigns
Thprice will be moderate, and the terms oget payment. try.] among the inhabitants, of the influence, which
price will he moderate, and the terms of payment .J .. the French agents in Louisiana exercise in
made perfectly satisfactory t he purchaser. Pus- CONFIDENTIAL. these disturbances, & thi risks which have had
session may hehad the first c July, and ,te pret br sw
ites viewed any time previous, by apply ing a a- To tlze Senate and House of R reP nta- quenices which may follow if the ctail is not
bove,or at No. 3r, State.street. June As. des,. stopped int its beg'inning,and whatever else cat
1. Recommend to Congress, in confidence, a let- hie said on the aulject.
Boaradzng. tet of the 2d of December, from Governour In order to avoid accidents and delays which
A Few steady, respectable boarders may be ac- FoL.cI, of West'flortda, to the Secretary of it isnot easy to foresee, 1 will deliver to you
A commodated with Board, convenient Lodg- I State, and another ofthe same date from the duplicates of the despatch which I addressed
iigs, &c. in a retired situation. Inquire this same to John M'Kee. to his excellency the Secretary of State, in or-
Office jundfit. I recceiomned iti kJe manner, a Uttr' frem der lthat youth may transmit one of them by the

I .In a l, II .d b l.l u.c ], .' lurnr i -
ti.r .o '0,1 e rr.,. I'rL l' t 11. i .i hi'll t1.h
is 1. l tV d'.tiucI .
TeI5 aelr.. .tion, &. (.Iwhich lite La in -
soil I ar'ili. rii a.'i c'2,, &c.)
i ',,'.. i T FO ;.
;'.i ..'. : ;,: f D. 1 t310.

Got. FOLCt:H tI Ar. SSm! fl.
SIR-F will not detain inysri '.n givinit In yoni
excellency inform itilon rieltive '% the t. '-'
w hLich direct' d Itr his excellenc Gafv. Hc.'n.-.'
being pt'rsu ideri it will be in thl hnd r.j f '.1,ir
excelle,,c, long before this; blut I will ,d.: c' .A'
cal.tet9 i for your government, th:Mt i have ,e-
cide l on delivering this pr-nince tI (he Unii',..
States, ur.Jdu an eqidiable ci ipiil..,or., pi,-"v;.
f;d I do in,,T 1-'c. e siieeniS i r.,m t lH 1-A' ana
i,- Vera <. ru.: duin-g tlh- present nmbilli. or 'I.it
his ex.mcll:n-y M.aiqui-aS Snmeruclos, on s hom %
d peind. should not have opened directly a nego.
atifion on thl; point. Tie in-ompielieni.blk
ii'andoiniient in whicl I Iee misel, .and the af.-
lieted ;vuilt.on to '.]hiich tlii pioi rnce fees it-
;i.li'rc r ced, notonly ,uilioiri me, but forca
,'l to have recourse to th.-s determination, the
ouit oue to save it from hat ruin which threat-
i.', It li'e United States are *lIso anthoti..,e
,, 'eptl it, as thi- .1 s.iirbinc s which now
,,illiel iiih. proI ince so er..t 10 tliem mu.tincie'sio
.tr, ti.ei trlliquillity, an object which merits the
Ii. .:. re ofev'ery gsernmerit.
FIr iih l tib-tants ,.r Bi.t.iii iRouge may figure
to tilh-in.ir, 7 m an y n is.tn. wliti<. -r .t in titeii
oncep.i iih.j1 1 thle rideitrmin inii they have
atilopted. but they cannot produce even a single
one which caii make trle'- hia the tyrannical,
ilea.l, .ridI u.just ioit,n.r'y with which they
ss~ia, that tilh (thlt-r dlia-r;ctSi F tbe pitovince
,, ,l o''.,Jc. i, t l. .n Le-!,,= 0 th,.ir w; l. The,
f. h.-" .. i. ..l t .i si'es. thi-, ev'..,C.ise ti
"*iiiiy, eni.jt 'exctipl thiremiel.-e- froir taking
part 1 ith th, pauty nirjustly oppressed. In thlia
I -liel I r,',.,, to its s cutive tier.' the medium
ot',our ( tcclhnc), si|pitl eating [in, ilat he
will be ple.sed to seini oidclii t thec omna.-.
Iant at fG)rt Sitoil ird, that he Ahunild ass:s'
with the troops which he has under his&ordera
for' the purppo-e of forcinrg the party under this
coum.imn, of Reuben Kemper to retire witiiira
,liti icis u l'BAion rc.uge, iatimating to him the:
ifin future lie shookil repeat rsi inicuisirons
in tile districtolf Mobille and Penjacola the
troops ofl'it Unitel States joined to tihe Spniitua
troops sill use force t... ktep them back
The-e li-tricts hae tile mjre re,,un toespexi.
froi. the recitIde Cofthe U .Sate,thl asi'stanc a
which I aik as the party which Kemper com.
mands has been recruited, armed, and proviE.
ioned, within the hmat oftheir is-.vre.gnity-
At the same time if any proposition i, arccpted.
orders may be given autihorizing crnme perso.i
to meet with me for reguliatinjg lie evacuatirM
of the .province and what ought to precede it-
I conclude, &c. V. FOLCH.
Mobile, 2d of Dec. 1';0. '

Mr. MORI I: to Mr. SMITH.
SWasUi,'IPn, Dec. \Ith, 1810:
St r-T deem it to be :. duty i.icumbent on me
consid.'il te tict arnd close alliarnce which
,bmil b h', I euK II ;hMj.:s,,> .. Ar ..
t'll *l S ., 10 I-a p. i- inthe Governieint r
she Unittd St.'iei throuhli you the deep retgret
iilh uhiech I hase seen that part of thc Presid-
eiit's Messia-e to Congreis it which the deter.
iniljtiioi fu( isii i Gui vein ti tko ie posmeslios
of West rhirida ii avowed.
Without presuming !o disc9.s the validity of
the title of thie U0ited States tou West Plorida, a
title which icN manifestly doubtfril, since accord.
ing to the Pi-.idcrt's prowclam .tion it i left a.
pen to discu-ion, bhi.. i hch I a nevertheless
been bhi.,onlht to.rtard an one ol the plea to jus-
tify tie occupation of these Prsiinces, may it
not be asked why that Province could riot havy
been as fairly a subject of negotiation and ad.
justment in the hands of the Spaniards, who
possess the actual sovereignty there, as in thilia
hands of the Americans, who, to obtain posses.
0iou must begin bycommittihg an act of hostili..
ty towards Spain.
But it may be said that the Spanish forces in
Mexico, in Cuba, or in Pensacrjl, are unrjiija
to quill the rebellious association of a band of
i.eilerariii- who are known by the ciontemptu-
ous appellation of land-jobbiers. Allowing a
much (which you will agree with me air, is al-
lowing a great deal) would it not have: been
worthy of the generosity of a free nation like
this, bearing as unless decs a respect for
the rights, of 'a gallant people at tl.s momerS
engaged in a noble struggle for its libr.y,
would it not have been an act on ite [irt of th
country dictated by the soundest ties of good
neighbourhood and of friendship 'which exiis.a
.between it and Spain to have Sihiiy offered ifl
assistance to crush the common enemy of both,
than to kave made such interference the pre-
text of wresting a province from a friendly pow.
er, and that at a time of her adversity.
For allow me, sir, to inquire how can the
declaration in the President's Pioerlamati?>,i
-that in the hands of the United States, !'tha6
territory will not cease to .be a iit.je.ct o fair
and friendly adji-.in-iii, be made to ac:ird
with the declaration in his message to Congresa
(imnplyiing peimianent possession) of the a p.
tion of that people into the bosom ofthe A- 4.a
ican family. The act, c,,risei'i,:nt y, ofn n
'a forceto West tli l. itn LCUtI. bv arm ., \ % at
was before a subject oif friLndl 'negotiation.,
cannot I much 'fr, unl>.r k ni p.iliition be i.wn-
sidered as other that as an act of open hostiiii.
against Spain. Whilst, therefore, it i imP. 1-
sible to disguise the deep and lively intem'tt
which his Majesty takes in li ey tlh'.g th't ie-
late- to Spain, which would I ah. coivinoccd in-
duce him to mediate between Spain and th.
United States on any poiht of controversy whicl
may exist between them, with the ,utmoit is.
partiality and good will towards both panic., I
th:ak it due to the sincere wish of his M1 jety
to maintain unimpaired the friendship isnrin at
this moment happily exists between Great Brjt'"
ain and the United States, to say that such are
the tie's by which his Majesty is bouud to Spaih
that he cannot see witl. inirith .. nc- '.ny attack
upon her interests in Anm ii.a; ard s I tav.
no doubt, that the Government of the United
States will attribute this representation to thea
most conciliatory motives, 1 am induced to re-
quest is answer to it such explanetton on tl'-
subject at will at once convince his Majestyist
government of the pacific disposition of tha
United Slates towards Iss M.ij.4sy's allies, tht
Spaniards, aid will remove th- coitrar'y impres-
sion which I fear the President'sa Message is
likely to make.
I have thu honour to be, &c..
J j. P. MOR.Idi

Mr. MoaizxR, to Mr. SMITH.
Mr. Morier presents his comnipliments to Mr.
SmitIh and begs the fa'y'tr to be informed whlt.

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heT m .s rperic t, ar, w.n'r t., the letter which he *l-" '""-."- ing, lib Ci.junction v, t mu y an:,i .h: -
,- .1,I,. i-,n...ur o... -s3 m t) .Mr Smith on the B O ST T N I aip :ial to a liberal community for an
th inst r at th same time, hope that Mr -- inc,'e'se of patronage. We shall en-
Smith, con-urring in.the opinion tha it would TUfnSDY MOR NIN, JULY 2, Si. deaveur that the loverpf Anhecdote, the
be desirable tl .t hni M.j. .'s Giveernmer)t-- --
-. lould as So --ib ,tr u I ,.i TH EDIOl N the M-Te, rt, and the
Ihe 1-,ni i 1.,Mi.1ge, bL i,.i.i.l with th / ? Farmer, the Scholar an,., t.c i tteisiari,
explanation which Mn MrMier has requested in To / Pattols anli d f. a-cn. ar the an t i,
xhe above hitter on'the occupation of West Ieo o sdha!l il le gratified, as far'as the liImits
ida in the I rr.c ..f tl- United SLat'S. iill read- About eight p jar, :iro,i p''r i-t of outr Journal will permit.
.tiv cte I ....j. It udp. With ,tsn.ctur u.l 'gan made its appearance, in the lately un- JOHN PARK.
1 .. ,,1 l 1. s u bj e ct u p o n th e I. ni o n t I f t ,, P A
,.... 'fn,, s chr,. ; fortunate, but always liberal, correct -.
i' .:.;:. ec22d, 1S1iand enlightened town of Ne, i..,d port S fhs i. na Edit'or amid P'.-ts'.'

'r. .I-Mr'1i H to M11r. M o,rI 0. 1nre f:itvo ,r'i bliere-ltel, .n Withl rich it /,li',,. .'.,,- It.!t,, t,.'.- 'be pe' ri /-
IL.,,.,i,.:n jt .S!e, lDec 2t i,.1810. n was'hrinred, friii then whose appro" C- ed t'soot as- ..t') ,m', i,. hopes for a \

c utr P-,r ce e of ,'lour lei r t t: u ,I ni t n lt Iaven e bar 1t.on could nutttb t r1 t-.r -tie wishes l.,,. i .' and prompt .!. t : .'.
in cli.,ilig t nl t itmar to youl a and pr'.pects nf the trpr ienprmli, ortgin- rop tor' 'T- '.
tl..1,i.i it a t -_i, ',ihitl, c Id Lii 'from the face ;o t' C '
e ..na, -um-w lt hre :e p i olt ick, that no hos-o ati-d a desire to extend the sphere and Pro, ietor '.
(ilc' .-umnirri hlo. l prl I~ i c licr tat nc not as th le subsornber-i as 3.a'r Iiat. in as-
tile"r .nrrinclt in iertanodtowa'ds a ealn of his uefuln':. For this pur- sh singhe ri r 'e. pub ick par in athe ,
Spaintheoenly powerKnown to tthe United States ek paper in he me-
i te transaction, yet our functionary at Lon- pose, I removed, to the capital ; and had tOoles of the state, he take p upon himself a.
don has been enabled to give to your govern- the satisfaction to retain a lart propor- high degree of ref,..rn...t.,i to those who
ni 1 th 1 ... c .' i t ,i tiot n or m y early friends,wbilem 'i lipes hlave patronized,erv : .. y, .'y n '.'c. .u" l a .
h,. I. I '. ..ee .invariobly Imarifeisted on tla of increasing patronage were not disap- tend their favo.ur to this establishment.. A na-
part of the Unite.d States. .. tive of tflis twn, hle hipes that his personal ac-
1 have. &c. pointed. .. quaititance, and fellow-c n ii /., l n I v'. .': a lib-
I i. ILEr-d [q h. SMITH. r u ith many causes ratitu eto l al disposition to encourage and aid him in his
S .CI Ia' .Il, n inl;lt ilinnuitiy, I have exper- ar.luousenlerpr.ize, His utmost exertions will
I, n. hI't ',i '.P... ', ,Sito an act entitled en act iericed many circumstances of regret not be wanting to meet the wishes and subserve
authorizing 5th1 .Prsident i'the Unitead ,trthiinI-,. I, I.I ,,
., -,nt i ,.. f aml Inoctifi l.6i,,n, in the course of .i the : tis.i n r
1 r I -1 o I o i h As Atn iii n l 1.1 1iii rc, in some re -
-i /' I .I, il labouit, whicl, aSI trlist, ti- pects, novel, he will feel himself much favoured
preer't:a 'toft', ,tne' I Sr ._ ti nC, ,. l',, 1 re long be obviated, I the more by the' siggeious of friends, as to the objects to
n i, < ...,,,.n assen)bled tlihat this Act, the Act, readily Confess. be embraced by this .publication. Every hint
tniilil ui ,il A t, tito.pi lt it Piesiklent'of
th U Il ,n t h' -r .e-. ti es te Ii tI h1 first plane, wholly unacquaint- .. ;n,; I., increase its.general u.-ftaul Es or in-
i n ii h. ri'iain J.d, in .' Ih, p 1' ..-..." .'ari. the ed with the m echaniek art, on wtrich an terest ; ial be a',e '-.1.1 t .'.. .1, i.- ...i- : g at-
Dlieclra.tit ...e n n.-a:ny the E SOT th atre deend tde h aid le L0uMOsts.L b.- ., -it and fidel-
Ilt N I 1:), eon P'LISHEDruntil the end ot establishment of this nature depends, i to give a better pledge to i ht pI-, ,t ,, file-
the ne- session of L...r. -'- l. ;.i d;,ected have found u selIt p. p., pl.-.ed with cares, in.pier,..,,..,wlhich have been specified by the
1.) ti- l'i,.nliI oftl U,, L 'U 1 ':,!,'0:0 q.',y law .w a ec y
I,. I=- 't m-r s' i. ', n n ,,ht la J 'g ",i 'I l & itladeiu.i"e to tl d ies, C-Il tneCted with I hl, pr.-.p;.ir, than ,i, r'.... nin s l. h could
c. TI .. r i.... I-'',1 in. .. ;.t '.e' i l I the pire;s. B,-,t! the paper and typ ,- i ... l '-re .i. ,
i,,, II ....in,, uf l, f -.1 of 4in1 ,..-thun, graph.-al elIecution have, at tilm.- ,bc-'i To his friends in the eastern section of t-he
1 l i S i i I h 'IoI I, ul. iire ance li.t vi I;, editor ,ot it e
a........ --E-"ir...........-- --. a"" =d ot l" 'I .ble ttoi oli'.tior., h'i i ot. he i .i tenders his sincere

L \TF'-ST FOREIGN NE\\'S, tailit: to renlts-dy. To the -..ip-lei.s a kr-,,,edicnr,..nis, ar.l t li,pestheir liberality
Department, though stroninl- impressed iiil nv.e t- regr'et t 1, 11 f,:'stowed upon him
Settle lneia., with its inrportance, I could never pay in his prl ni. tti.iit ,n. W W.CLAPP.
j G'eneral Baftle n rAbnesda d
By fth arrive 1, in Lh* port. L,..Captain Parl. the necessary attention as it required (, r,: *.'i 4 ..'y in fBoston.
s,s r,) Fe.1 n ,p, (n1 p.pt. ,ln..ina on Sun- .',p .,onul exertions which I could not be The following arrangements have bbeen adop-
dJ., t 1,,rri,, r iomn Oporto and the latter stOW, consiItent with other obligations t 2he ..-,o',en. for the celebration of te
.i c. ITL Arnt,': r, Independence on .the
from Lisbon, we have received accounts which a ere i4udipeiO.able. 'The same 4t of Jul'. eIt
f' a general eng-agement, between Gt-i.era!l Plogy niih, b? nil witit respect to The htc .'.t .11 -he places of ptbhick worship
lasin:eaa's ...i.. reinforced by .12,000 m. men, l will ri% ,e .'ur,' to usher in the municipal
and the ;British and Portuguese troops, a too frequent defect in obtaining the c,--. Lr',i..., li' day.
an .e and Polilfuig>l ioi Itropsi es n re been sent to iIs Excellency.
t,snder Lord Wellington,, at. Almeida. This earliest foreign intelligetlce ,and ,,t .:ers ofIhe bees sent to I is Excellency
twn, being only 19 miles within the limits of I need not proceed in en ame.d ing jadic,.l departments, ofll1I f..den .t .til state
Po,,f.tK I l,.d l iot )et been evacuated by the imperfectio-iri n hichl have he1 ; ,. ..l.,1. had been made a deposit for their Clergy and Corporation of Hlarvard Universily;
p under, as well as the head quarters of the re- king to be unobserved. The Reperto- and to the county and town Officers, to questet
ola well as the head quarter of the recelebran of thi. .ni
treating invaders. The combined army were ry, I know, owes its existence at this them to join it the celebration of t his annier-
.' 'i Isary.
'in it .i d~ii on the first of MNl, : when Mas- day, to its o lni.'i iatting firmness in the l h-i: Company are requested t assemble at
senu, di l. .1n.. Lope of maintaining his position, political doctrines, which the immortal the Stone. Chapel, at 11 o'clock, and the pro-
determinedto hazard general engagement.W cession will form precisely at 12, and move
detained hazard a ener en ent WASHINGTON made the rule of his offi through Tremont and Court streets, down the
With th view, e made the attack on the d and which he recommend- north side of State street, up the south side of
vf 'ay, and wars repulsed. Ile repeated the r s, .,' tr,,: t, til,,,.., Cornhill, to the Old
attack .., tlr. It ii min ill, ; .n. rciult ; o0. the ed to his fellow c.it ji 'ns, when he bade au'l. Ciricii ; -vhere prayers nwll be addressed
7th the French en wu-,'edI Alli-,d.i, a.id rlreat- adieu to public life ; which elevated l th:. 1 l,'.-, ,. uA Grace by Rev. Saamel Cary,
and an Oration will be delivered conformably
-ed into Spain ; Lord Wellington writes, ona the our country to the highest prosperity, to long established usage of the Town, by James
litli hit i it. 'vI ,ere 'C aonziri n.. th.;i retreat. Sava e, 'sq.
P..r,,se papers and seeded to respect gn A escort will lead the procession.
c.. niiiri hr. I -t'tei'Sl L.-rd \\ lington, gi- nations-and which, as our present de- The Ladies are informed, that the Meeting
.. Z,._ pan,,;.I of these battles. As they plorable situation too forcibly proves, aHousem aidl b opened at 10 o'clock, fb their
would occupy above two columns, and besides, have long since Been abandoned. ed there to furnish them with seats.
were yesterday : ih.: ,,,J of a tirinlatj,,r f,,r .'The only plan which presented, as se- '-Te Gnecn who i-tend to
;u-e v. ... 1, v. could not insert thern. By..i,l I .The Gclttlemen who -intend to
'In .....'S.. i, '-: could tateinent, he. lost f tie cutI; to the friends of this establish- dine in neuil Hall, on the fourthof
''t. rli'g.'i'$'.''t statement, lie lost of tse d n"ents.-tchwere
co.,n,L .eJ army 227killed, 1252 wounded, and ment those improvements, which were July, are- requested to subscribe their
Ot ,t.isoi..-;, nall, 178,6. The French loss he necessary to render the ,Repertory a names This Day, that the necessary ar-
.sttestobey very gret, bi-t v.:toi t particulars. c,-,nipletc Xc 'aJ/-p. ', was to' associate rangmenti7s may be made. There are.
.'The accounts from Oporto are, that the with myself, in the management of it, a e paces remaining t b uscri-
French lost 8000 killed and wounded, and the person whose pursuits, habits and qual- edtor
English /i.. Report, at Lisbon, stated the p o s u th t c a
nloss of the T Report in at id wound, tted the ifications, occupying a different range Fourth oy Jal in Portland.
lOSS.rtf thie T-,Lth in .;. arid. wounded, at The Federal Repablicans of Poirtland anld its
.20 00 fromH nmy own, might enable him to ex- T F p o o d t
2,000. fro y own, mightenable him to vicinity, will celebrate the Anniversary of Inde-
Ev.w YoR, iJUiT 28. ecute, in an acceptable manner, what I pendencein that town, in a rni're pk-.l..,i i l .. :
I..I T .,T" FI.OAf CA1.DIZ. long attempted in vain ; and whose in- than on any former occasion. In,'.,.., #I .Seiii.,
-By ilir -'I-f I '.-. Pratt, who .h. isetl at.this terest in the paper would be a pledge L :. is chosen Orator of the day, and the disci.
p. .. I., i .:m .:, (,i'.:,in C whence Ke plea of W.isiagton will be escorted by a new
s.l'.i t.,, i. -.' i .af Mi.,. we learn, that for his zeal and perseverance in extend- corps of Rifleman, commanded by capt. W.
ii-.l',t .... .1 r ',, hef'i ]he orntes *iina-* *^ng i corps of Riflemen, commanded by capt. A. W.
diz irithe -i.i,'li I.,l i-I r' o- tPes u .burgh, .elne' Atherton. This corps, composed of a number
tl'. I'...i,.i ., i.-...I .1 .ir ,..n,;.,t Fr,,,.ce, V"itlh this view, I have foryied a con- of respectable young gentlemen of that town,
a.nil I -.'... Ruansiins had commenced hostile nexion with Mr. CLAPr, the late pub- made their first appearance on the 12th ult. with
p ,'( nih-1,.: ,'r,. that great rejoicings had lisher and editor of the Buekstown Ga. display of elegance, in the highest degree ho
tkrt plae in Cadi., and on board the fleets in zette, wloe proprictorship in the Office nourable to ,;i -e %-,l a al eof the T atts.
the harbour, in consequence ofirln ron.ih, n.- l r n A Standard, >n.:gii.l and executed in a mas-
oi-, n k, t .,i, i, .. 'th ktt i.-, the.pas. commences with this number.; and I terly m ianner by Mr. John R. Penniman, of Bos.
c I.r t ,,. -,r,, 't-hi 1.00Fprench prisoners, sincerely trust that this arrangement ton, a compliment from a number of the hladies
.. i i ll n. 1 'tl Uin.) *,-ry. The siege ot:Ca- -*
o .. tull t pt u; p t.) 11,. French. ;'. will be found, by the public, to meet of Portland, was presented by Mrs. .Atherton
(ThIepart of this report whichrelates to a de- every rea-on-able explectati.:n. The en- with a very handsome address. The conipan'
cIlo,tni uf.ar ..1 a t France by Russia, is as tire charge cf pub nation devolving on deserve much credit fortheir enterprise and pat
I W -s. ir 1i riotism, in raising and equipping, at a great ex
,t. .d him, I shall have more.leisure,in future, pense, an excellent band, belonging exclusively
for those political and literary pursuits to themselves.
-l E \ MAL. which are my peculiar delight. rThe Federal Republicans of the county o
-COL. B_',^....' r,:f-,:-,hl ,,nI.-r-',n, As to the political character of the Worcester, celebrate th Anniversary ofourI
I. ir-1.as:, l'ran.:,, i in i ms tla, t F.rr c,-.m iru. paper, that, it is presumed, is of no dependence, in the town ofSterling. SooonnO
ed in pi. .; aIiil h,, t, itiich .,pp.re irntl oba- questionable shape." The doctritines STaioo, Esq. it Itheoratorefthe today.
Stile Ji ,i ia tl:ii. lile tO L- I i.i.k n n-.iii o t ..
h., Ir. -|',r.ir, ii,'.,. s iiI i,i .insrl'mc,.i!a.i."n it wiil continue to support, will be S
. .with ti, prn-.h th ol ,'cr., -.. ... -1.oit rld drawn fromrn our excellent constitutions Mr. snith's Address.
Goz --- TIHE lion. hi ki r SnITH, late Secretar
2"..:,. ofa letter from a gentleman at Castine, Of gOvernmnent-from the laws of ,na- of Stte,hs published small mrn|,hl,.t, which
..an c r ... I ,I i t [U- 5 i.. .

( .'mainej dttedJune 23, 1811. 11ilS, on s 1 ..,;iniSL ',l and illustrated -oy
On Friday tI 2,. ',,. .r .. the tial of celebrated men ho wrote for"
Ebti zer HBal, i I,..-1 iI, mu -.m ... Court, for
"the murder of Mr John Downs. The jury retir- the world and for no, particular prince
ed about 12 ..ih.,'k. at night, and returned at 8 ornatioI'from the dictates of COmmon
o'lock the text .. ,, t. .1 -the jury or to om te dictates of common
were divided on .-, .,,,i ,i I. ', a: i .,, *,. sense, and the instructions of experi-
Splainred to iltem 1 s...: ti,, slt'r It.h'i rh,., ece. To the best f my ability, I w ll
went ...' ..,-,. .1 itn 5 minute r., o the st f my ability, I will
, 1..i.:r, ii..i. IV. On Satunrd.ay rmoimng at consult and endeavour to promote -my
'8 o'clock i t' j lctge pronounced sentence of c ittry's good. Times" to' try men's
LATI't. !i illhbe rcollectedth., I wasgod. Tmestotrynen'
one fC she n ,n,', .,r,-,- va .. n a, ap- souls" are ap; 'roa(thng. I will flinch
that ihen I" ....., I n ary.. se 'l no duty-be swerved by no manr ,,
:".I -. ..,' : r i ....i i i ,,:, h ... ,, .d. i a ,,i, nor anv class of men's temporary itter-
a few hu-rs stierwai'ds. "
a hours ae .et--iy, specilations will pro-ceed
On the ISii V'-.v. the fil' offic-ersuof the _1I from the closet, and be addressedto the
rigai., and .- *i Oiivision, met at `o'lumbr-a, p jutice andcandour of the
in the county of Washington, nId unualimousvY patrictism,-j.tlce and candoUr of the
nmadccl.,ice of Cl. JoN i lr: ,. of the 3d public.
1kig't. forr Brigadier G( neral ot' said brigade. As tu .), of this establishment
Asthe %*pr- 1p *4 of this establishment
One F.aSw'Ei.L, a Mail-cir'ier in Biuckstown, r1. now Mn. e.s -a ly enhanced, and for
(Mc.) ha' bnen co-i ,. ...I ,, a letter ena- the purpose of '.tdl in, le r ii. f
tLed oOs ce, and scl ed to one yeyr's te p eofrenle iniu of
inpeiimteut in thie States' l'isou. tie :i ,rtory. more' ge-ierall" init, rest-

in :';i t,'l i I 11r.. In ut i' i,-art in this number,
siall finish it il th remn.,rks Jas soon as possible
(Since writing theabove, e fnd that two co
umns ofa r Smith's Jddress, set for this nunibe
must be postponed)

THE documents commujnicated in the famo
secret conclave at the last session of- Congres
will be found on our first page Who will n
say Mr. M.\caiui. is not bent on.a war wi
Sli',e c..Ilecn iriat th Old South Meethin-hou
on Sound ,y Ihla, for the relief of the sufferers
de l itl i t-: .it Nvct-t.mi -r. v. ,c two hundred
f:r i .'' it ,i",n .4 1 .u*1d n r. r:qi 's,tre cents.
Oie Ihn,,,Ired lld tii 'l. i n, .te dollars ha
been collheted in the Rev Mr Homer's Pari
in Newtown, for the relief ef the sufferers
the late flee inii.ewburyportt.

At a meeting ef the Stockholders of Penobe
,Bank, in June, the following gentlemen we
chosen Directors for the present year, viz -
Ilis honour William Gray, Samuel Ai. Po
fWiliam Ellio, Reuel WiliJiiams, Samuel Spear,
.... f:C... -', ad rieleb BI. Hall. oi't.ires,
1.if. .TAL .\' t O LI, Calkier

ith hlllt.L ., i "L-...-.r in i,isAuro'icoihe Ilist inst. rpesLir& g
; of tlie approaching* I',. v :', E,!.-',ind. obcorit-
Governour G ERP.Y'.s (and'wa think very correctly) that f1 tifs; tc.p-
S-n l Sprech-_Reduced to R/iyne and :ck .:s not now excite inteiret, it probably
eason-with Comments, Candid, Critical and *ill dI so by aLd bye."
Comical ..By GILES GEINGa, Esq. In Proi n,-, ;.hum 00 dlls. have tln-
O_ D Citizens of .TI..- u. tt I ri', el bl !nl~.-i',: plu.n, tur the rLih foI'i the l'Ne'r
G 'OOD :Citizens"of':-.riu" r
Our land is curs'J ih i," t h ta sets e *'v.' t .uierers.
Of wicked .en :giuer.s, p,. aing, .r--
The bro_d ii.gh v,, .lih ledi it rt:n, To .',~.i"' t f' I,. the Exchange Cof-
And some in angel.gui,9 1 re 1 np.., fee House Marine Books.
w .,'-, s..-r, e : u n .p ,te. s pir.,. The propritors a f e Eri ..'.* t-, C,, 1/.:,e
Much li Is.e,-;, 'renr, d re an.1d a. I. haing little tp a niw apirnimiont or tb- express
.Yn.I l[,. a'.,*t e on th,~~. ei1, p pose of r ccomm, itng, the S.ubscriers 1o
.lI i'll attempt one :nre appeal, I|,e l.,rirr n, ,nd fer .n g Ilonm, nor gPe '
I For those, -i. v iii n.t se i,.t r-el ,.;c-, tlhi, the NE w. BO.OK ill be remnoved
-The scorpi .i, il;g of tIimnt p,^ cr, I, om th(e (,Ctr' .R'r.rn, thl,. day, and %.I be
The "iron.-' n-Ig, an..t iInurIrner h.. r. hest kept ;n ile ew pri-,rtment a' IheestiL
I., doom'd t c l **ciil ir."' fil,. ..tT.e. ioom, f..rthe bcriefit r,1t sub-
Or what is ..-t. se than ill i.,, t .r, crl.-s rEnlv, ..j Su.ch, si-i gers as they mjy
Ch.,n'.lto *.he Grallick n.er'.r' c.r 3u ri'
T'assist the "ScouRcir C ( E." to bind G-nriemn. loe names re on te sub.
His fetters T iron fallen -.rr. ,, ];i-i ),,. | e-'-, will be considh red
S.Our I o i.r cr.r, i'ie fi .ni'; Speecl), ,, ,,..-r !ei It i- h r nriri, unless no-
Ifunderstood, cint fil t,-. It Cil, i:e ir imn i, d;.,,ir i'., ei t, ihe contrary. The
The views'of that fl:i t;,illu I .i., pr rse ii r. I. l tli,, c *,.a.l.:.nient beir, ve-
Nws domineering in the land, I -re-,t. it i. I.p..pe ,r i.. l.inr ol' ilhe mer-
And thl i I'll m ake, as I proceed, iil, i t.' .' I. ,i i .. th t..-., thatI ll gentle.
Spl air I tiit "l r i i'rIn' m] r l m a r 1' -i l or ann ; *r li ert--':d in com -
A id then, f it r4'd I..1 t', ne. nri>..::i ,ti',rs.. rn,I ii i :,h,- iOt ilr..'., u':.n'-ii.
You vsill rush lIcad 'r.ni. ir l ii e, ii d ar I' tse it iti,., iii....t ipp-'rt. 1 hty
Led by vile demagogue-..seduction, r, ,: 's ued ih. l,.. I rrm .T ; .n h
I'll wash mny hands of) .ur da sIi1c tilnn. h. l. ,-rl, .tor-e ben g: .enii ill b: c.:,itinuied, ,.
r L ,',.ll,?.'i ,.,:.n t,;rg- ;i l.Ii l.]ig to colmnniU.-re
In t in C ,,,n i ni l.11'.it ,,-oip .. ;rg ,- r i t i,' piirlent u ill preve t
Tijs tCt l>''!et. t e, l ".: '. ': '- rn ii-i is.i..c,. Ilirm ihtritling ; anlt tlies gpar-
W which he, .-. i, i l. I,, tl. lt. r, n'.v cl. .Se 1 ..ume s bi,. 'be
Intend to .:..e t. rr i i r,a I Irr. r .n-e now ad., d. i
"N ut ,tati. ', .,E he i ,,- ll h ,ie ,l, i, a .irc ,,rir, r ..! m vh r ,i e <. I;r ti i Ct ,,
Shit rI r ]iin.-.i iitl nt IBii' 1 ON V t'." n tlh :ia .. been durin- tll,.- Ilst 3C r.
All.il I ...I- r JIL ..n o al-
Such ,oen C t c. .,-% TI I -n P r, ,,Ia.n
Then tells Il tI, ti e,.i.i I *vi ear's mea u;re ^. 3T Di v.17cicr'!,itt Pet, '.'u. u.
gad givenlu .'. I.l ..Iplieasure. r 1. I'.i, n c hI ,,-,, ..nI t .i Ad, .-
I" r:.i 1i i is Es''.l-I .() h c.. t.iii i r ,..rro' ll i.bI.g i' .I y '.nI inr, ,-- ..
On 1r' %[I f wlit r'o ':.' I it i. tie ce-ienn ; -i of-tih ,e 4-h m ril'.:rc with Ili -
Of tiur us,-l.. L rilt- .!.:il..- uA I I ,l ..,ri. oftl.e otfo ..
RH ..,.-e, : 1- superiloursense, -- -*-
I?\ a l n. lin, 'il li .: .,' .1 i.e CUO lcul | %
,)A l, k.i .*I rcn t ti I, ,,, ; or two."
S I t., [, lIh. numba'r v.hl.. ex s cx .C5 s.: M ). L ,1 v I.
TI si confidence, is .r,,.* less, Benjamin li .ll., .rt thi, .,1i 'a; in d,.
Another year must come about town .. ...
,, Before ii.- r;uei can irn un. ,i t ru-rt'l
So t ..h.lnes us now, o I-all.c.r l t
0 1 O .r 1. ;.., aind look or or rrn'y i !,ir. At m ,,Ir ..:,. ,, ,,, i S,,, .. i, i ', l.
4I. 1.llnir. 1r l% ,,,, ln N..! II. Ti I -.) % |'r
W:,h i ,'.t.l.cr i y) and pleasure .s, r:er A N '. N -r, M .I. I, J ldle L ,I. I,
W" e c.ji,ten l-,l e ,,or labours past, i., -ri,,.., I. l ,.. Ai I..i,, ,, *, ,
And see, in one auspicious sIason r *% I. ., li, 'si .,... ,.,,
'A ll ..Ii I' ,cr, ,ed.i.ie.I.l.t r ,' i: .i i M .
I..i c [l rr-.,-J i, u mi iin .. k r.,e ,i ., nl, ". \ .. t, I i ,. .
S '' hc I .r,',. !I e. ,,l*"p[.r -, i Ml, N *.rtIne. %,1 Tlm 'r' \,7, l. In.1 L It,.I-
So well has honour'd our endeavour, i, A .."'n,. ,i. i, ,., p.i I-' n,.,
T h at Id 'I : L' i r i,''n l6W' .- SI:. I .. I .. -.,r l 'it e le r.
Sure the .li i'-,I iiriii I1. ht. ,J, ... .. .....
'* All c. 'i l. :i l : t a il~ J. -
'* Ht .i'r.....:: I, again .... i, us, .
For R-- 11 and the great Honnestis" T n. I onl. i. 1i oa' .',, nS mI- i. ,011. "-
Have ceased each other to bespatter, fn, l I. r' lIh..lime. M ,i .- t.I t A
And now i..,,c lk 1 -. ,:. ; Hampt.'.n. I H i t i' ; I I.n Philp 't;it ,
.i. I t.. .,,ii Il.-. I c. was spit on, Et82, I 'e ii'Ld 'il' il,ohni e (..- the county t.
Twin.-u, ,i n, e incensed against t. f|, .it n, It-II. I:k;hi l'.m, iso \il.,. dur.ry TIT e rcvulut,.,r.-
as grown a much more civil writer, 0 iei I vari,.i.r i-, 'Ipot.,,rt t.'i .e, e i, .",
And looks full "t-wenty ...'.'-: whiter. I-..t' l,-lr cl ii,. uei.: .t l.ili "nd inr,:i pr.y.
W hat blest adva '.g.'-, .., ., I. r-, .1 '* ,n )tIrl;r .,n D;;rs-et, (V,lr)
Our rights secure, tle t..., e i .i J .tit, Sr.rli.. -.f tie U a I.Ainit ry. At.
"No oppugnation at the polls, 11 i, '..r. MN M-ar \ l,,i,-, ,. .... if ii,-
"'But love' nd harmony of souls; II '. l .) -I A, \it .- At '. i, Mr in:
As at Behoboth where the boxes .. 'tli.e" '1 i of lAl ic T p P. r- Il At Ph.,L
w her closed against thel federal proxies n. ..l I -,'.. ,.l i,0. Z, 21 "Ii1. t -4 p r-
r, i i,,,ne t Fre) ch, the LI 1, L ,.i ...r,--6 .*' te N,,iunr. 'aS il I' i '- M .. in-_.
," i -.l,.,.i it to an Irish v ed. ; ". .1, I'. ,le-rt.: n, : .7tt -s, M I D ,1 ., A.:
it 1i\ ',il' I'i. (i1 l' IL -'h..i C c, i, .1:r.
And now, Great Sir, I fear, alas LX\\ \ '--i -n.. r.,I r f he ....' i ,,- F: I- n..' ,.
Th,.t this vile malconteced class, I.n : i-in .-t.:utir r, i'. i .-,.. .. 21 t ,,tl -. .
Includes the intijor part of pretty J I '1ii Srnoiii. 1.r, XEt 1 'I hI.l.: b b l:.; g, !.'ii
N ear every b .4 r.'i-..'tl I .1 ii 1.,I r;vi i 'eT:1 i i l .e r .fr ;in. le u f i i.nel ru -, Ioa.
Th-,It n'i i ray add ir. ,full coa rri,' f,r .-i.- hilei ,re Il., n.J iiik At iif.pl. i ,t
A/M men andawimenin "1-u uT,..i ; ('l.-'l i'i.n n,' J. i i r.-nn.I, a rn.aj by hIe na.:r,
Exciptingl. merely, 'tis believed, o .,.,n ':k-'.* ',.m p apers I...id aoe. Ii.rrn,
Knaves, fools, and honest folks deceived hl V- e- p-e.-it. b. li,,g t-P ...-n.,wn, (' )
But though, (his Ex.c..li. I.. ,p.,I.:. I) "ai .dl; '._.r,-.l tl.,iti, r. the tl t',,. u
.S1l party rage has k< ', l It.- u.l.kti, the -... i At N ti..:, -, M,-i,,d n i% roig last,
Said gang of Boston gentle folks, after a ling-ering illness, the Rev Mr Sears, Pas-&
Not John A. Stiles, nor Tom A. Nokes, tor of the Congregpitional Church and Society.
Tlut men, whose talents have dimensions ill that town. At Ipswich, Mrs RlizabetIh, con-
Beyond democracy's pretensions, sort of Deacon Aaron Treadwell. .Et 35. At
W ho occupy, with i -.- r .;. '.,, Fv: 'e.. Mi, Mary Cole, ".lict .,r tiie i: -..
The highest stations in socie':-, l *'.- ,,4-,, L_...I 't 81. ..A .v 'i'po.t, M rs.
IIave resolutions pass'd, It .e, Pati n< C S:iyre, JEt 55.
SWl'ich threaten ruin to the state; At Roxbury, yesterday afternoon; Mrs TBst-
Or, hat is worse, in our opinion, h.e Ni ir.. i \Ir 'I l.'m -. '. I t. .. i S ;'n I.o
"To put an end to our-domni hio f' I I,, ."1 t.' .. ,I r...r .. ii.. \-I r fl, .. r-
"I '*' ill \ir ,-'r' t i~lri- Jlu ~fll"ir, 1 1fil r i J jniit
Had these wrong headed "rcbels" vile, t'l ,ii. -il ii" 'i '. '.'.:,'.", ) afternotin, pre-
Gone on .in quite a different styl~ cisely at 5 o'clock 'l i f;,.,, I, ...] i % ,.'.. _%
And afterr having fairly bent the family are I j I- J : .iiit 1 ,a i- Iut%. -.,,-
Their stulbborn knies to ':,.-* i-,if.Ment, their invini;tion
Had begg'd es bles to I-.! In this town, on 21st ii1t Ir.-.. n ,i1 at. tl
A few small evils, more or less ; bottom of the common) Ir. -i',.r iH Lambert,
Not starve commercial mnien, poor souls At 16 .
Like rats, blockaded, in their holes ;
.. Petitioned that their Lordships might REPERTORY HI P "'" E :.
SIot .i l fine country quite';
The -.i....in leave so.ne l.tle clhai'ce PORT OP BOSTON
TO 'scape tie deadly gripe of 'r..nce, _
Though all this fudge ce might suppose Al?11'LS-roaREIGN AND COASTTINO.
s TFrom niere mistaken zeal -"-ros.i, r oh' 1 c re r '
n OckaAsEr would wink .t i r.. e ,* "e *
Which showed the ,.nhl.,i. ,,i good FRlDAY, June2S-3-,'r-'rd. 1l11i-.M '. 'L -I,
y I breed ing, P.arsonils, f0rom Oporto. saiie. "I'' h .,1., in con.
t. But hen the "' assembhige" intimate -with briX Nestor, More for Boston, in ballast.
A change in rulers of the State, Left ship lHarriot, Chace, fur Xewburypoirt in S
y Inv;'de the Jewels of our crown, ays in ballast; sclir P .,:.. .- s, Fster, for
And strive to pull ournol'les d(urn, Norfolk in 6 days ; l.,i',.[.et.i.-.: e,. Smith, for
They then turn "'rebel" fit I w'en 'Boston in 5, ballast ; brig Altiir.s. .-., Ncv.'-
S To glut the "holy guillotine?'*" part, 10 : seh Gccrgfi, kr ,d.., ', i'..r $.-.ian in 3
Now if your Exellency please sch' William, of Kingston, discharging'; sche
Supposing on their henided knees, Mermaid, Briuck for BQston, 4 Capt's ;J,. --
a 'The Boston itebelt" humbly had N: .ri -.'iiil int Boston schs. Saw 3 ships going
Petition'd Cong'ress, party-mad, "into Oporto May 20-Spoke, June 4,lat 43, long
Experience taught them to expect 34, brig Astress, rof Baltimore, 17. days frois
Si'iething much worse than mer-e neglect, Plymouth, Eng.-24tth, lat 4-, lon 66, brig Gov.
You southern nabobs, we know well, Sumner. Kllery, 48 days from Lisbon for Boston
y Can bouait ofkicking things to h-ll I 20th off Isle of Sables, sch Betsy, 4 .1, fromi
h NL,1 i1n ., C l do it by attorney, i I.i' .h. ,..J, ,for Girand Banks. M ...k.-I. at'
ve i.,, ii. ,,t' Ih, I ..' tl .journey. Oporto, flour lSdls. corn 250, indemand; bread
&S Nelson might ris, with solemn face, 9 il1s per bble beef 7 to 8 dull.
Advise, as in a fnerier case, SATUltD).Y, June 29, .,rr. ship Oscar, Far-
ol- A little heatt's blood i'..i.it .be let, ley, 35 days from St U.bes, with salt, to Ham-
r, And recommniend a cold gr-pUd sweat, mond & Coolidge. Left, a hi ,g I.l..n.ii,,' i-:
In wooden waistcoats, just to dish N'c bu |:. i ,:,i-a[.' Dinnis.; lhp I: .'.,r.i.Il.- ':,
The rogues who deal in porkMlad fish. .j ',i l. ; I.i.,- ..Iph.i-, Williams, for Boston;
us (To he cntiitned. ) ship Jenny, Myers, for Charleston; ilip T-,""
s, -- ses, Diutham, for i$!stan, next day I 'I' '"' -0,"
cot ittila, the Hun a great and ferocous' ati.ri,'*me ger', Sherman, (or Philad ready for sea ;: slip
th of'the dalurkeet period of the .darek ages -as so .de. Oris, lIngersoli, for N York, .-.,iJv i'n- )[I alip
nominated by hi csteiporaries T.is' supsremineniit .Jt.,.ll '-, d, Harriot, uncer. ? Jl' in c.. brii'
scoundrel was thepr.opr perctotpe qf Bueonaparts, an L~t.,. for Philad. and ship Eliza Barker,.'
e "although thie tatter would have the world believe Smith, f.or N Bedford. Ship Etulois, Sw'ifr,
by that heis descendedfrom:n, and treads in the steps sailed 15 days before the Oscar, lor N Bedford
13 of ,i,.n -n' Spoke nothing.-
I't i, "' .:tter from General Washington, to Snie day-btrig ov Sumner, F.lteiy,46 days
ve .Mr. Carol. froinm Lisbon, with lemons and raisins, Io Nehie-
sh Extract f/om the record. miah Par'sons. Spoke, Juie 21, lat 42, lonRg 64,
by A .durongwother enormities of the French revolu- ship ;'. -i..rin-. Mio. an, 31 days front Dublin,.
tSonmay be reckoned the canonizing- or defying cf foi N York, wit t passengers.
the Gnillotinus. S. Sume d-.y-schr Warren. Bole, C dvays fromn
cot : [ leostan did once petition C'. ., ). & s iihat Palnrmo. Left, ship Airora,Masters of Sn:ilem,

ere was the treatment it received :' ':.*, one (f for Gibraltar, in 10 days ; schr Nancy-, Well-
ysouraw iii, _e.i.. i..r L,i..ul,e, n b -- .ihren immed mania. onf do for sehale, in 20; b,;.' ... .r:.'f., I.-
ad, ir.t:'; riant, l d i a. \ O r,eI i pr t,.,- i ags the ven- er, ofSal'- i- iqu; r i ,t.r L ,r j.. : ..1't i. *-
Jo- dere qf,/5i' ic -i' inCi.n ,I.,t 'i ci .d '/ A10t:er toin, from C.,',. I *1..'i: .i .r,i r ,A i Ir l .
of them It'. n l.' ,'. u. ...u,n e,,a, 'I' netting a lit- head schr capt Johnson, touciahd at Pala:-rmo,
r tie blosid 1" BnT.oa Etsr.tL"No. 4, f .omn Al:;sant, ?,and s:dAd >for oNessina, about

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rir -~.114 .l.-4.'-. .!,1 L''.ici'nni. of fill-, and Art, rd*I.i''. ,-;,r.Ivr.: cn. B VOnn 0NiNA LL
C ..' ol Cr I. .', I th 1s Yokon il'. ~ ~r siedfw ll;-i ,. I. fr, nia I, h 11, PI A 1 1 U. SA R(-. ENT, -it
42, long 55, si. it) N r.r t i.,iI .Lil. l Of~ d from terlitjive~.eze. -I -'_h;. 3 -, F r.,l L na..I l. I- R ''Tr?
b t ad i.zs-..'~. A T.tGT
ANwhw-i por PT. t!,I 1 1 1~ 10)daivs out l i-Il C I f rr-r-., said the brig .-.--MOROW EVENING. .Jul), u il be pre.
lovur 60, brig Sibm, from OT"r, Tyns In.. '0 o ml. f-'-,n t6 lo ba~iT 2a.vrit.v-c.OR,-MN
1.:-. r4 dayS 0117. (N York) on.WedeaEli n heHo~.I..nc ait liv rO~MN
ede(2LFrliglast. They L hrLforiricFor~ iii,~c atiuar i is
n (I r .r 'b.r I ~i~.Lo- ~IT. weare Ao l ~iit.Moda) morninug. Dc'. peedqursrher'e trIIt1
I .** hr ':5IllF n nSIt'] Ali-e eian -Ship rr'11. il.000 bills of I OHN ~~~All) 1. 5, No 2-, Lnr ;.ir,~. ~ qar erbere 3A o-'.k
'~ .P. I'. liI1d IP-. fdour has ['-t'i I '.,I. P-1I 'o'.-,by a Erench Ipci- ~11 I, :, i I flln-i;nfr,- tT :.:.p *~P-ck. I T1,, hd~c. n ct nnr epcflyn
1, I. .. i ,:4 EC. vate, ;-i mI 'l7i..) St.'.'.t, 5)1... L,-I.'vLF.MGNS ',.ivii.ne orii- r. formed, iti',itile Cilcus 1-i ~bytyrn frnd~rrd pitr.
1. i. t II.1;,. -1.:. I-F,4 Do- at Gi Bar-d, oftli" sche R.-soitttion, aririved -ql86. 835 a 'I-- r r'.I Hi 1c i ~. IF'0 1e Iiffr 1PPer I fectly cociand comfoi-talale i'v~ntnir-T i.
I.'i.'~ i S ....II..!" 'r.> k .- ,l aYok, a few days since, fell in iwith Iihe Leathyer-$ hhlids Mcla SS., 1 0.-,''.)rJ .-'h fTeor,
'N ; 1,.3,) P. i] m F.NIE --f 2.2( VDE PE.\7)'ENVCE .
vyII 'rr 11 i -Cuniiison;, do schi Nanc-,'-.i fHI vId tIfyh :' r- F I u22 i h I~ per-fre and fine 1f our. 111VI, '
I,, L 1. P.,II,. C i N...' ''r"'t vi;I.. l. as .- rc .):I i lr be~rr.tr.I enGiOF~ .F ARIF '.I~ bl-- .i I.,..he,M i im
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11.m.- ..,%I .. iFir, I u1II.111, C,.s ~.I cIer,o 1.1v .,f 1-AInrii it, C.f. f-l hr'. I:'i:Yfl hoiuiaud fplc Srv~ei: On 1THlURISDAY, 1 L1 1h

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1.4 andt renew ;t'-"' cI .-cki t1. io, ,il,*t~1 res t taken N n '-. O Li ad~ovet13f %I t for fva. tE t J.I4 a J, a- -1
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it .-aaI, rr II -I Cck 5 &'r, thIt r)s wllbe 3& hh W I-ymcnieortod ntre b Vaenia an
-fin Staa~aIo b> Ci u, 4 1k12,dys ma'pleafr se V.to rhonol'!,rth m it te ir res- Ib-s Cr iial O O R O ,a 1 'l &
tI~.tU Ail.~ua. ti 11.11Pc-conra'rhohaveneglctedthei liknesswhen 400 ~ik~Pc-i.,r.,PeII Ali 1..": (.1;i--..Duck,.
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C' E.c lf' '.CS-Fsei'n, (since our ,iat) lit Lg tor remaining trriends may have it exe-
'.rtg Fac ,or, RIU Lisbnn : schrs. Leop.arid, Car- [ '.1.,_ 7T'"- rC'va,by pply.ng a. above.
fer, WN Indies ; l..r, Pn, -Lisbonr.- DUO1L C i I I \ IMS lC, gratef cul cr lthe hb-
I. ,.1, O.- ... I N.. P ,.:, era i--ar r nh i ",,,*. sccr lly "-
S 'c I-..-m. n, -e r tnr lth rj ortl' ,n. ever ly.e-
l ich,r tond .,, ,, Ld.- .i b..... I i, ceivc. iromn p rti,.lar "i-tid. t a lhi.r:il pul-lick,
r Smnit, ij ,,t .,., -1 r,... ,i,..Li i. Caldwell, t heir .trmo,[ 5...,: ,oan to r.ple : ti (y itltr thEhet
IBa. L li'.l, I -I L...rp. i i iil I se ves, i,- l 1. ue a continuac p .i .ge.
N. l Pi : ils cut cor recc and Iranlezo it Van-
-n-Si; C .iiii..-' m I. 1.i .,- / ill be taken otis kinds. ju lly
front i.ht L-x:lia- ..-',e.- H.i,-e tomorrow ev- .
erig. ; N twicee ,,
Mani'., -.1 P .*... OfF N i l, h .ian] ClL".jr-i,, ,fAS-H will be paid f.i a Iew ithfuanil dollars
for the r to l *lI..i ii, I ..ni JLin" 1, 'i ,111' w 1, the convert -d 6 p r ce, t it,C., r, a able ..r.
1..11, as. i .cordcl un tLe ELxcLarne Cof'e.: the first day of J.anuar,' i- .1, p vCidiid 't it ojC.
House Li.U kI, ;%z.- feil within a few d -.--Apply t: i.e C'.l;er
At Iiijla, rI...ir-nces, of thle la ba'i k u f tIl.t United S,.-ra 11 bi, _-
Yoreign, 58 Foreign, '9 ton. uly 2
>..ui.in, E *ln., "rC" r37 NT "--,'"-
Total of arrivals ..nd cler.,r,nceNs .: .
ur, [Poll%, laIAchI.drJ, hence, arrived at Lis- S. e y 1', rc th t[ i ,d ul,crit r I',al teen*
bonl, in I d2y- duly app,)inict l adrii ,., tor -iln the IEt.te of
Thilre -maid to haohe.-n :. n arli' l,d New-. .1. Cl li- T"-! \Y Rh',
buryport, ini'a short pa.: ', ie.ni tUp ri.o,. trader, deceased; and lias t lin u[.rpon 'nimni f that
Flour was 10 doll. pi-, obl .L t Ei.rtq, June trust, by .i in .,'.nd-., ,s the law directs. And
14.- all persons h inag d Jeuar.d, upon the estate of the
-, Letters are in town,-dated Maracaibo, Illti said Jacob ThlIlc-, rt rc.cqu,.:d to exhibit the
Apiil, receil via 'i .ri.:'ierd same ; and all pr-.-Oi indc'trtd to the aaid .cs-
Sclir.lolan, C.mpl 11, I' m"i N~'-iburypiort, ,..s tate, are.c Illed .prc.n r.2 rn) kci plymrcni to
tari ed at I'bt.i ,.-rlo:., bi 1 Fox, Daggett, 12 1 EF HLN Ti-, VrP., Administrator .
d.a) s from -,.:... : June 44th 1811, (july Z)

o b g P r" ")'-u ai..... u o D ua Wh rtf,
.300 b | 7 ree fine spun-Kenbucky YApNS.
Exchange oa L.non, r...r 6o3 e.rlin. 7 relae sptmI enu S.
-"-.. ..._ .. .__.. _" J. lhpley, alCt.
RICH.ARD D. TUCKER, ,A T p.,,1,, athd rfIpt c9',.. ,
No 3z,- India street, Ha. f,,r 'r, At the House lately occupied by fracis Blanclird
I.7ORTHI Carolina and james R; er TubTIacco. Esq. Somerset street-
SNorti .,roini id '.dc-irira otto in round, A UL the louseho d FURNITURE,
5p.,l .qu.,re b+alto-+-tk>n ,. t.JL ihcluditg Sideboard, S- fa, dining, cird
Boxes Linen, T nd pembroke Tables, Bursaus and Bedsteads,
Soacheag and -..ht-,. Te.-Na.-n, : I t .-, ., .,. Co ,of the best wood;
0eso wt Coffee, ., I B.. i t.itr..-.. ; Carpets, Looking,
Zroo t N Oil.in- ; Sp.nish F .les tcdigo, Glasses, iair', Entry Lamps, set of dinicig
Hli asod bags. Coffee--Horns-Hr emP, I Ch:na, Glass and .'rockery Ware, a variety of
Cordage of all sizes Cassia, Chamber and. Kitchen Firnillre, &c.
IS5 bbls R-.in.cr.rd -up. ribe Flour,- This Flrnitture is all of the mohst useful kind1- &
o. 8 boxes bhi,.-a Havjan aSugir, is very little orn- t niay be viewedthe day lli-
40 do Brazil Suga, fore fhe sale. T. CLAitK, Auct.
o0 k-. bph-t Mn,-i',afctire-. Toh.ico,.
6e puncl.coni' p h,;I pro. Rti. .. .) .i l)i5Monday 15/th Jidyf at \10o'clo-k,
60 pipe, a'dI I.; pipC, lie ".'.c O. thloe floor of the F. ; ',i', C ifee House,
Sa.bo. t.Clri in,. ., Without reserve, to ll : iglm i bidder,
Me., and No i Pe.et, e Large dcnvenient l) .:-li-. HOUSE, siltu
.i,,'1m0onc uiiJddl.i,N ,japnd, a3d clea ated i4 Ca"rh- l:;., about three eig-lhs of
P.r ka mile from the C iier.r t, on .the Menoutomy
Sc.'.:.o H, o-r,I Cipar., roa. ,h a Ear,, 5 iC .c:i uof Li.il, E.Xcel e.it
1bLI L'd.--lr Brady, Vti W l ..f .. 't-r and one th i,.Jr-L.I aoil iiitLv Fruit
3 pipe- Antrc.,n Gir,, Trees. For further particulars, inquire of .b-.
S,'i a1 'c .:', t i-" th.'.- Th'e ri Iz Hart. isiezc W -ail, No 13,' Fish street, or of
ly, burthen 19, tons., June a8 T' (ark, erct.

THI' 1r IY, at I) o'clock,
At v'[i FIVELL & BOND> ffj..oe,
in K y -0 e-.. -.
A Valable L IO1V LI3!t AKY. c.mn Io rn
0B o .u lIdolume4. A la-.- j -it. Pinke-.,
Iof.' Tr- e -' e rnd V. a-%q c iib the ri;ht .-f
,,I :rptli ..r thei reo-idiue. Alis- ,neli'ga t
Guld i'amtcb. ,

TOMlORROW, 10 o'clock,
-A5 ah .c-
Tu ckl.ise an iccodnti
4-1 cheb'c Sc.Su-,hrj Tei,
.3) dio d, d.of a tuperiour quality,
6 bblis n .Si ir-.
2. boxes ~B y 10 an 110 b', Glass.
.i b-',x.s Havana Cig ins
10 c ,sLks freesI Smmrr.a Hsil.in.,
14, whole and hiilf p-pei. do Rl'Wine,
I1U0 bbis 3upcit' ie Ficur

TuMORPOR v., at i o'clock,
\Vtill be Leai.-d for tl.rfd, tearg,
STORE No. 1.3, India WXharf
Sl/.:;ic7wrlk & B ,onl, em't.

TOM .n fROW,, at i to'lcidOk,
S: N..,. hsid r.,ihasabar"f,
To cloe a ci Necin.
Sh 'I i schr. L, njsTON, ant,
her en-i re Carr,'., c rina!s lig ..I1
-q1 Ci ,. Fe \l I N.' .4 cIt
laE;~'E I.~-s I.lf:-ren( m l l i- -n. emt.
A'iu- 20 iPrn..s -11i- p".i '1. I'C h-:i'c,( Br.njy,
2L .,t.c 'i H. i 111n TF .t, .t D Lrn ni '.c r
*,;',, eli,'hk .J .I & ic'*"hiUn -. /
T h, ,,',r I' -l..r. i, a f/ v"t, st ,n e, Ast asI -
i.- ,,r rd-li fo.,und vis'; e. TIhI..I lh .uL'L o be 'i
I i a ,he i l c r, j' t.
,1 .--e to cLSturre c t h ,lie lVine, at 11
o'c, uck
!i'\li / : 1 LoJ, act.

Tom rio:ro, at I i, Iri-,
:;.', .h .i.l u ,i l a Il I F,
NiOW Fandinrl; I '.i- .m ch. lli.-l, ,om n N '(r-
lear.", wil I.- .I 1.1 i iil.jut rsCenf e, '
I.blh li *rniicks rirpi h ine Fli'u .
lnditul o g- ".u ,:. i '

'Taiomcrrum at haif [ait 12 icock,
SO.pIP. iIle .31 Irul,.i -Ir. et.
5.11 n tonts C .inpic.hli L-gVIoold
1"5 do Fustick ; lI L. lrubh.
: C cliditionrr t .sii, .
II| *'ri e11 & Pi3:, atd

V.Ila...i',/'d Re! Eitae.
TIi D\AY at 12 i'cliicI',
._-n tihe l-'-rmn esa
Hr : t:,ll.:, ii,,ia pa..-cl,a I'E \L EST'. I i,,
b. L..v .,ne-t, Ilj l h.,,S ,) [AI. M' H A'., %,de-

A,- l-re ard vr-ev ccmmord;ous brick
}:.0 ::e, N ., 13. s i ai. ',l ,n M .l.l!, 'reetl, lnt
tl,- 1:. : Jen,:. ,:.l .1 l>h.,'t. r.l. diir.r',,Ji ." .' .
I.lt n. .,-,I'i 1 ~.i4 I:'-t o N, dill.: .[, e und-
1 t ,h:. 0 n ii l -.irr tti b- i .".iiil '.i ..t',. i.
., tho ,, orih iv > b ilt brni k Sto.r .
l the riorllh o1 .IPI .iljiii'r,., nl hc, use, c '"

4-it. I
c. b-I.,_k t i in siie n,' th .1' ar, l R1
,0 ,.',: 1 ,,.-I ni ] u' rr S Iij. t a i .t\ \ .
f' el- *. i ., "\\ .- ,,|')t I u rid.J.r g i, i ( ,,.,,1 !,' '.+i,..

T '.. 1 ,,.i ,I j parce i n,_" enii! .-J l,-. a I .; rii
,o :'.'.* II,* il II l l r 1 .; t. a, U a r. n I -. .
iuj.* ,. >_ ,( ,. \\ ..ll, .\ .j hl "r :,-i ,mnim od.,i,,','
!i i Au t" 1j l ,,.-d I n"t il l) ."nt ,,,', ip ,

.1f I 15 .) *,''/c, .1/.f. 01
T O l u iai' i .ws. wh. bl n .c rct, fc
o 0 J l ia, r. i r l 1, il i s I, i, .:.i ise 13.-

Tir.' ,.- i ip..m i ri aIr b.:- vI;t-, e. v i m [m -r
'i ,,-,l 1 the ol'd.e II*--.l -r1 t is i i .k l L4.
li ] O i at nl e L' 1. ,,n, l e t r.m u, 'A.l1,
Iiti:e!-/. I t L',ind, auct.

't,' ,:i ?, r t P-- ,,l ck- a ai ti n.
Oi .,ni dafondav, th fJ.Iuly ic:.t,
(Po u poil.])
At .L.u.n, N, C ,,ul;ll nsuIre.
A I'O"T v.'uable .IR Af<'t,r...f u e,. n
Al Frl -, Ba .J.-. ir,.:'i 1, rg I l,- i est .";e i,,'
"of the E :.,l r .j 3 I t.;I's-thai moit ei.:.
(I Jr.t L.Ji .'T n nc V.,1 e i r,. Bi.,,. y ir. r r ubli- h-.-
T 7' h --' ithi.L '_ dl in 17 sol, rc,: ;.c. a,.:
[*c.Ct eol -, ,ii .
.d/so-Sundry ai:t :cles of .incomnmon-
.'y elegant ,,, costly lluse f U. NI i LI t ,
uch as Frensh Tapeat.a ,e)S' ;.t d Chi.srs, -a
r -.m tl Ca r *.l Mo ,l-r..k .' e t-le 'I'd ,lt O, tei5I
-Angit'l ha. snierLst e.,tIs l'te r.. l in IOmpeia
cl.,I Ut;c._.lan I Ir,-. I ;-M a: l U'rr. ;.. i ,,%..1, ,:
Fis t wv ln-,r.ltip, t ..e. i ft1ilcI) rI el,.r ,-r:i i .; 9,

ni,.1t ce.-lebr!.-'d Greca.n '.ate, thit hi been
r.-eigve d-theit- cfl v .r l.sa, fi,,;.ed S,,b ,ii
uar i T ,:I S, .i n fulli i ,' j i^;o,l, ,,.
te,,,Jc.J as ul es.-nt 1. ti,, ',.Carl.) ui M -t, e .
.ii.upeilb li r Epe ns c, i th a c. i.Iet, e t.-'t
11 ojiname iall figuces it*ompiar.)ing ii- .Lk
Caaev, &C.
Together kithi ai collection otf choice
pieces of Statuary, that were -iirychsPd .ih
Rome for th' forther director Bi"ras, co... 'bt.-
SinK of a full siie Bust of the Emperour Cara-
calia, atnd th Elmper ti omimIr'us -a EI.. if
Minerva-and two Buits of ihe famil\ .,1 Nl.,b
-together With severat small, but iieghlv
wroup'ht Statues"
Tlhie persons who are deposed, ts ,
'nf -".;,,*., the fla e arts, or gratify their taste.
inMe Maj a rar, opportu ni' ofl.
I. Tufts, WhitweU^ & i 'sond per .w I

e A raue Chance,. b, -
Tv ,E Soi.D' AT PUBLiCKg Ald 'TIOV.
O T litsday 0Ary 1s, half past 1 o' :-
," On the Premis..s,
To AT Valuable and noted FARM, sntiedl.-,
h ih.M aIl.s n, f.,yi ,i-ly the proierty ot l D -
vid Tufts, iro:., :Jid ; t..,r't "niiiig, as per D.' ,.
180 Acres ul 5r,:.,u.h M. nn, Tillage, ant
Salt Meadov LAND ; it d was improved t's
year as the Race Ground. th rderin- about
1.* males on Malden River, having tir-es- con-
avenient landing planes fec Lighters aad Sn.alt
Also-0-aboutt 60 Are.'s of Pasture ;,r..
Wood LAND, situatcd" a'bo'ut 1 4ofa ine f otn
the Homestt-aid, lying" is onie buody, party tit
Mli'den and partly in Medf6rd.
Aft es.ce]litr- opro.'t.orri-l y ,9'Ow of'
fered ,,. ,ie iridnlriors I-ar'i e,".,, the G tl~i -
meHi of Pleasure, and to those lju r>.ii ne t-;-
'sifous of obtaining an excellent ,i ,,:,,'. ri f'r -
Hotel-To be sold on a li.ib rl Cred.t,aind wiho

a good title.
For further pattic,.'ars inquire of
BERNARD GREENE, li',, rev- thl |.t.cll
ises, or taI JO'HN D. '., 1i LL t. ,-.M. Boston-

,-, :.,ld?,,l r. Benjamin Andrews,
C. A.' heI.ri lnVii.iw i e .,II-." o; UNION.52it T
a. h L,. aird. -rd .ii si- (" F E R~S for .ale, the tollowin
ii fe.p3Acl iFor0. A-reItIErican aila avtlurd Hardware,
rgra or Pas...e, 'hbiing goi!d .n lrge aaid small quantities!
r,.,pl 3 Vro P1If I i_ A KI rd DO N'
a.Im" rN pi to PHI ,,, AM N.,, Augers, screw and podd, common &
asi-1- r rtrur Ci A .. -, bro3.i sd r e.rc%4, .a.t arnd r-
1.or i'.1rpol, man mr el Ad.c, coopet'-.sd carpenter'a Au-
Th- F- af. ailir.2 thip MASSA -. & t hi t A; h P.d, .
o o l.,,rig ,n. lt ,.r cargs Bruihei, all kinds,; blind Hinges, for
incn.,-gLd. "ill la," a 31h ali pc.;i' le, oadanid brkk; b'itcher's Knives and Cleavers
., ,L p ich. Fr Freitht or P.,~ a i.ge apa.n, ala and round ; Bason., .ah n.l, of
S-PCiL iL i.r slt,53 org copper,. jspar.re anul5 polihiId, hr, Ir.. ,-'at,
i p p l y t ,,- C O t .,u L I L E 6 6 .5 3 L o n g w h lr r o d da p ea ne I f nae dd r -
frm d ari;d ;Bed n'eo. beJ a-.-, lacqu~er-
Jh, ed, iv.y and ebony Butionnr, militai.,, miathe-
., ttan, gArand put ; rEolts, iron .,n br.,:- Butts,
A u ,, hi ri igjjoint do; Bell., ,clo,., house,
The cow schr HERO, n. reep,&e 4Buniet and .hot Alituid.
hi lgh deck', bul a;t aDuil.ury, ,r (hains, Iron and bras-, all thickness-
torrpletc order too lI C rn ". n k Ls Copper', o'r a"rri, up-
FrI-r term- t pp') rc I IE..'L OPEr pli,,,.o- all dirieasionsr ni._l_, c at -teel, lit-
- Ji Shb:p B uker, No. 2z 9tr.:r.tEc iihg; Li;.,ut Nal, finle and eoarre; Co.,mooe
: t.., I.c.luered, ivory andeborny, &c ; Caror.,
/F .', It." l ..fi tor" I ,/../. b s .i,i.iloi s,'a., chair;., &c; Ltane HeA,-,
1 0 c b nr r 1 1 -, II I.I, &c Clock W Vrtsl Di&a, &c.
-1 b C:i he r: i i a r'" .rr crn ',t ,cIk. an id jamb.: ; L.je- o i ie, L ,Il
if applicaiuo nii mmad, nmurd,aitely. Apty a- Inds Carring,.. bit-,.c all ie, If-o; roach, '.g
bove. j,in Z3 g.n, sc. c..t;n-n .nav.naol caras; ooppetr Pnump-
-I.. j o..i iSteis, &c ; coffee Po:iter ; circle
F,..r ;,tVaI. : d.il. ; cotieGreque ; Comnibs, ivory aLd horn,
Th. .hr;pi ,i L. NilP., H Pri." Il .v.r.elY ; Lupbotid Turn. 4- nnit:trt, ppan-
St.1 -tr, .., = .l rthi nn- i d; tl h.iiiing Dishes; Govers, oat pla n.ihcd tin,
ricit d.:.ptch. -.,," r~ ,p r ior U"a le ,e plate., &c ; Coll is, bra.,:and plar'.d,
P% rgc. ap', Fr, .Oi.O- R IE BLI. l' d
0 JC o, Nn 9, lid ., trt p ,ire Door Ycraiwpr- ; dasher Handle; ; din-
flei I i lfa%' iI1 Knhives fi ilirl Leid,,
FPr lHataana. &C ; nI-tvaC5filC.oI variou- wvor nm.,r.01ihr;p lu .-
.rilerld ; "GA id on:,, all k rndid ; srdn I-i-ct. and
Th, rrILt.r tr'.ing brig TA; a.le-, Pin.;s and br ..S Flume.; Fu C
SEl.i ER, P .,i Gorharm, a., I.. l s,5 ,ilper, Iron, &c; Gimbleit Glast I'1 .
.. n u ., rrcom encEd IJrg ,, F "
i. ., ..l r .a --h. n-. r, iII e, 'various kinds ; Houisehold-
11 her r, yto .n rd for iFreihn l t 11' in tm vartgener113, Hou renoldr ,
(n) ; It a r,.,..,-.r ..... I Ir,:- t, ANMOS GR EEN, 1. ,r, ,1 r I. L and cn nnrrn y U.,eer l it I h t ee,
o or,,[i A HU .E, N.)-i Long wlhar..f. 1,.,,F..rk 1 1V ,Lr.-a.d and iarrii Hatter', I.
Jr0.r in "- -d.n,.:, arl teirc '. shoe, &Lt H t,:h-
urt L W4 1"sa ..1.rit ..
O' hl/add/lplia, i'roll 0 ork, for buildings ; Irkstands,
Tie new chr PACKET, ecOp.li...lii, l- o, nunrP, lace.
T,e.i,v Niaon Insa.ti. L,I''t hfr Jatl,-('hal,.
r..-.l. i t il, r ir t mr en 3.s-t..r, Kettles,copper and bra;.4 'a-.h ; Ket-
-.. h Pi ld. plu 1 fr l. L L tier, po .i, h, o.-ap b,.ilersa, callender., &C.
in ,, n a1 kIn dta5. f r retr. 1n
der ..... ,, -,, I. E N b retrial, Lantho ns, apanned, glass, horn and
der n! 'lt I,tor P-ma,-, ;.pply ,,n bi-aid, north tinkL np o 'oro ~ t'a a td afld~
g d T1 -, ,,..c, ,,r E & W. \ t.EY NI)LDt, Vwho in ; La ,-rrp. a,, ionnand '.l.ailedrddh
rind ,. kclic lnl li-lr ;, i Loukl gAIa.-L"3, ra-
b.v ..,r I hoga r A med L:,mp black ; Ladle:, irr.rn,br,
), bI).s Phi lado. Flour, or famlTilVy use, and copper ; LOL:*. variouu ,kind: ; Lathe,;, turn-.
40 b .-f. m H.,- i d--,Id.t t l,rup e dO ,':u00 hf g, clockm.rl,4 sr, &c ; Lane.,, alli.inn s ; Lathlin
d,- R% i [I., ; I,) '. ia ,ln dlitd C.,ii ]eal ~110 Hanalnt..s, and Hitalerts; liiingl lihdle .
bh..aI,.-.1 ,tIe i8 rcI ; l0I'd., r.f rImp Su- Mason's Trowells, brush Henads, &c
gar 0 .- -C.mi,,-achy Logw,,.d; 3,10 bbds miliGudgeons; Measures,setsotcopper, pewter,
LL.0- fn illaId rV od.
12,00) lbs. Cavcitne COCOA, first Na ik, wrought and ent, all kinds
rinas i. J.,e'8. name PLair'-, bras, anrd plated; r i e Lamps.
UJ'vell M onths, cast anid ii oiniight
',: h ,ru Pettter Basons,Porrinveiq, ,c ; Plate
| +. ... tl~,,h d t-,nt ', freight c-,n
eI Oi. r c a'.hI ,, i bf. LA I-_) W.airnmers ; plati d Nail: ; pl ,t d e.M u e t .g; F.I t-
N% 0 i:,r La t .cL,., rr.a uter, far t d aHirws. Fwinirure, illn.etr. plait.i n.i lacquer.
S hiwel .AF-1-1i, :-.; la ,ter : I t l Nl e uob. ; pres: paper ; Pjle,. %ritinrg &
''ai0-, .hn1lr;Ae 1. -. I tr ;i lal r- a'i.ppin ; pliuh Aicurl ,I PI.ne J..Cii rs, of
menrl, Pi, ,1' -1 dnf. jirine ah i erli .p ....; 'Pack-.t ea Go... ; le i uits and
M..rtar hgl, rt.u 'iarit, i .O &ci ; ,F ise-IrorF
i0 et Pitic r.s, Bitannia, rjapannrid, &c.
he giood brig UI.YS$- Rappers, br-as, dorr ; rolling ,llI s
t Ii,',:,.; hr ,en,,ip wi t, Skillets, bell metal, i rdrn, C. c. sule-
.-.-'.' let oil r for a oreloeit
'. .u) %e Vell .j.lilated otr t or's Chains and instrients ; thlr Tuns
eerF I rd,.' i t i d. r v. 'tl bc ,ol- *..n lbera.l tems saah Fastcners, Springs, Lines an- i il'rcrsI L t-
iFle e I- Ir lf ,'r F... 1 l. H ..H Nib Em Is. ils.a i ory,ebony, &c Spi l n. sugar Chbc s,
; .1 r 1 ., L e.y. ir.,e 3W Skimmer;, c-h F r k-, L'c ; ni l m -.,t folr ccl
larE ; '.tvs 11 krnd, bra..4, copliper .and iron
,0 tI" \'al, iwire and h.air do ; Spke :.h 'n ; hovel and
Tire irig A I. T fSr! ogs Wi'
." The bri, AL.ERT, nd Tong; `,41Wtght,, all dinimrn, on ; Strew, all
,, ,;', ca,- i., n. Of i.atip ati, ki ads ; -land C.tarche -; pie t ,tind deck Nails
%. u.. ra-t' .D S.,d t.r- I,. p-r l. cI Tron; stcl; Srhovtls ; and pFid.,; 5.'
I. et u... : n a nsa., ond ihe Scylith.; Scalesand Weight.; trrrup., 'tnnip
l .. .s.d --s,rih a.-.se-l aid tra ,ill be Jointsfr chaises ; steelton. and iron Sqare-;
5,.,,, .,' ro tr..! t-, ,, ipip y t, 7. & E. AlO LI- Stoves, cast and short Iron t..t. li|.e I -.ar a,
LE'-Y., i, L .L r. ri -.-n '2.' trimmer's ; iriih', Bclloiv 're, ViLit.; Eitel-
thr "'-t cp -1 1, y.rds; Shaving Boxes.
No *3, l'udiarney Thimbles, orimp'itlonl t, l top and
j-je T H-frul .F i r,,?'% l1p, common; Twine, .,l kind, ; r,.a Puilers ; with.
-'. .'-:., '" rr i.urinn I r t K l coc ki,copper and shee tiron ; tea KIItIc,c1,ppc r,
I s h i Unl
Brir fsr Hsdt e 0 inch- wrought and cast iron; Tap and Li-., cot., lignun.
P r=.x.fc,tI H d. I'ecl oinch.
,i-.. ';-1:k now' on -the vitae, &c ; Typs, steel, for marking tools, &c f
S:,i. rd ill ..c Launchaed the 4th of July, at turn rcre,,a and Bites; Tacks, rose, 8 to ?6 oz.
KV, -r.-d C-.d brnit .holly of the best roa..ht; Traps,'wire, rat and mouse; twisted
V tirce Oak .:-,pI th1 1-1.-1, and byV the best of re tu,,rk, for cellar windows, D'e ;training and
Sr..,'lr. [ -'i for prae ..n t -,:, june fowlitng Pieces ; TAcinr.,hurter. ,uu.arand cheese
W -l.,4mrlti fL1.71ifor piarm.-ift ca-y. June ifa *;
Toasters, patent; Tumblers, japanned; Trum.
L t cH L t Leech pets,japanned, hand; Tureens, planished tin.
n'ti n lnoio rlh, l. Haut foreale, tonVire, wound ; Webbing, linen, cot-
'N 'O I.nd.. f C m brig Cur'e-, tonand worsted ; Windsor andfancy Soaps
A 5, i ) haveu.- ---iihruH ava Sarir:..wash Ballsa; Whips, riding, chaise, &c ; whip
a i 5ot -.t) HR v lidin S,.brig '. arer. Thongs ; washing Machines ; whet Stones ; and
h, IN R S: IEd in bg Osamr. many more particulars, too tedious to enumerate.
6- ..bn .. --- rWith especial consignments of the following ;
6c" 6o s.e; luo--in H .v oa-tsl tliZrq,
A-:o tu S i Perern.lurg ti inn -emp, "Shoe and saddler's Thread ; Glue, all
do.h. _,d h l0,oa,- qualitic, ; Emery, flour andcorn ; patent double
2o.-, ps RL;.n.s a d R svcn4 Duck, ist quality, bitted screw Augers; brass Andirens, and prin-.
i .;o de i,;.., ; s..crings. ces Metal doin sets, a great variety; cases clock
4 bah.l- (raSl-.-4 do H .r-c H ir, Dials; Collins of Lynna Scale, Beams, Stellyards,
6E c l AVneric n Cord .c, a,,srted, e. ; x trunk Watch Materials, classes, &c.
In ice Calcui Sia and Madrag SiG. d' By successive supplies of the above
15Ie'Ie- lb! ecelar CoI 01o domestic Goods, and other contemplated addi.
2oo ba. herav) Sma-ra Pepper, tioti,the r,,nafatciurr, of them propo.e in some-
1300 Ist) Gui cncal. considerable degree to meettheir demand at mar-
ito bbl. our Fio r, ket, so that venders of the same in all quarters,
400oo buhel. Corn, partially damaged, aVt-urinlg B. A. with their commands, may ex-
Few I hoI.oa.d W. O pip.t ve, pect ready attention thereto from a feeling dispo.
20oo bhd Jarmei, River TLiilai, prt o0a which itvion -, ucconrliUhtheir ordeir s with increasing
Ii tf the la A crop, and fit for anni ficturris. at l.t .
/.,-, tu., 'F/..F, he articles are most of them war -.
1 hie new and s.ifE oaling brig ranted Off the ir.t qulity, and information of-
CO:.,ANIIE R. tous, copper fe. w hatevercause of complaints may be suggested a-
tneld, Vell equipped lot a voyage against any of them, will atall times be gratefully
to Euspr. Also-i- received, with a view to the revision of imperfec-
h-- rhe UhAooner, H'ALCYI)NN, bur- tionsmore peeulily ir ,ncident,1 i, the incipient
then ;6 t-.:n, year: old, and well caleul td for Vtages of manulactluie. An rtm.Itlig~it comnmui-
a ti;hlng veslo. Apply as above jrm z ty can desire no better cririi ton of the prices af-.
"ofixbed,than the exercise of their own good judg-
'C) i{ ,L LE--thie F-IOlS~oCstIccpiled by 'ment, upon critical investigation.

.heubictiber, in Ne obur-'itreel, now in
mIn iLe rE ]I.%r, Iin. Co,ad Chsambert-, to large
bon In;tmd Parlour, tre cnina Ci.:.rei, neat
bas.rent Faa.1 i, a3I.1 1 ir..e cum enient K.lichen,
wiih a c.-,mpletcse of It, mrords-ag .).d tlc l ol
w rn r, re-ra ro I i .'r I-- r Flue at Lue.ltu r, ood h uts.e,
an.d r. w t i" I k I r1l, a, d .c I lie pre' i e. will be
d hi,., r e, in .o' bsh..,ei ile I -t si t Nl.,V near. -
Ternw.)- p ,,ri'nr -.ill be liberal. Appi) at No.
., i. .g-wharlt T, to
'u e1 C .ORNIFLLtl, COOlit GE
To 6ie I.t t,
A N E.,legant Ne, B i.:k LisaellinIT HOLSE,
siliiuteal in Pircll'.se. sIrt, -mrtman,-uri/ a
p-P..pect .o fthe Harbour, gi.ud Wel ,,dal C as-
terir. Watle un-ler rover-One BrAck I)welling
lwuse, er, tli-. L.=,, side of ii-nc-k, r s eet,
Aire.t BItron, OIe Ir, in CiAmbridge street,
pleiasa ,Is) wued, One .1.,. in Hamilton Sireet,
Fort H al. Forr ,en r-. 'l, h h, IrSACKAfY,
PRINCE is MACIKAY, No6n, State .9cet.
june 28
T O BE LF.T-mav be entered on in
May, next, Hoau eNo 3, (Bumstead Place)
v har the "Mill. Inquire of THOMAS BUM-
STE T D,nuISt door but once. tf marsh i9
I l I- 1, an excellent Stand, in
T.Cornhill, Inquire at the Repertory Office.
SJune a8S

ANTED-forthe service of a
small family, a LAD, well acquainte. l
wikh the duties of a domestic who c.,n pro-
puce satisfactory vouchers of his integrity and
bilits Inquire at No. 3, Old- State House,.
april 26 eoptf

SAs considerable ;ita arieiv of British
goods in the saine Int a% the pre:cnit -tatc of pub-,
lick conisc o aandmits-includhng Cutlcry--ianb.
japai.oed lWVr.s---M.chanrck-' TiTols, lS'e. A
porto, ra.ctivd thi; seaon at this port and via
Nae 'York. So,,: Jutn Engh9agri.sS3cihe-.
N. B.-B. A. is atl-r \nn. t for receiv-
ing Pstterns ior liln:r C .ting~s of every spe.
cies,which nllVibn' .ul5f!i'd Lt reasouable notice
froni very superior metal.
June xx.. rawtf.
Nilliam Andrews,
Sa 'No.60, Broad.sdtet-
O FFERS for sale, a very extensive assortment
of recently imported
consisting of '1-8 and 9.8 coloured sarsnet Cam.
brtcks-Calicoes-fine and low priced Ginghams'
-rniourning do-Dimities--Cambrick do-Shirting
ai.d C.,':rali. Cuotrase-fine 6 4 (.:tiou Sheeairgs-
7 ",id o-.SA t.I'd do-i-Huckabuck-5-4 and '7 8
(bs a id pd -la,, line. drab and slate
\s. h'.tieusl i,d Gen..,a ChIrdi--I16y Velhet--lin-
en bed Telar,.C-inrnyc MuI-hns ol every d. Acrip.
,.. n-ias hle e-..ion lioll.tnd.-uidd do-Hebit Kid
UI,.,t-.ektra Iox,~an hi YauIran and Limerick
do-Pins---cases Nun's Threads-coluurod do-
Adelphia Sewing--Table Clotho and Napkins-
bales of. Suff --bales Duffilis-Coatings-Kerseys
-Serges-mnpierfine and low priced black, blue,
tottte, gainedd and uarlet BSroadclotha--searlet and
bull CU mereses, A.e.
I h. ab..,e u-oonds are a consignment, and will be
sold at rsaus,1irv I ,w prices, for tashi ord ort *red-
it, with approved security.
April So

Parker, Appleton & Co. Tappan & Searle,
N :9, Eicad-street, Offer for sale, At No 34r, Broad Street,
AVE-itrrtce.-ed lithe 1.11,-a ,Utin mato- l'tWO hundred and eight packages PBRItI4H
lan-d,=. f.. d ahcr are offered for iam at _.LMIANLTFACfURED GOODS, received per
fair pri'E--VIZ- ships Lotnai, bSally-Anii, and Liverpeel Packet,-
22 but ssir a.. cost- do.; from Liverpool, viz.
Mulr .Rroadulta,, as-I 7dao3 4and *-4 Cotton Cases common and superfine Prints,
sorted; I harriga ; Do.fancy, plain and twill'd Camabricks, do copper.
9 dolow priced blue-do. do UuttL-n Bandannas; plates, and Chintz Furnitures, new and elegant
17 do Caa.,c r., assert. 6 do Crott,,' L. cs; styles
. ed, all colours; Ldohback-sik do; Casess.4and e-4 common, Cambrick,
10 do Blue Piains ; 2 do Lace Caps, Veilsa ae Dm4d6 commo a uick
2 do Dufflis -: ,.d I-':-i, dler;b lfi and flutiunlurt Dmnli'i do. comuIo arid supertiie
4 do red aud a ;,ii.. do L.:eL Nt ; NIadaI lHandke..,'ls; do. new patten tailed
F aiine!s; 2- I dI LL te besl Se- :1 do. and iNas:- d-. 7.9 and 44 liAt Linisa drio.
1 do 4-4,48wankins- 6,"r 'emustri anrl Web Bla,:e ,i -.,,e and U ia.L Vel-
2 do Wi dbori.- 2 do ., au; an dP- seusens ; o. G-nma and Constltution 0ud. aud
6 do printed Sri p.,ped 4 uok .sL,, ., r.eA pt. Truck a ls; l;o corrmol a,_d part it N.sakiu, do
plankets t led t.l.ck, ite, dial,. and mi sntd Fh.lienitn '
1.,. 4 .IrO. Ci,'th I, f 0, do u6 4, 7 4:nda 4, a WeLInga, plati Nanklu:, Jean., W aa nt ontt
a,, ,aei,'lgi ,,trr ,u d-. Stripes, .4-c. ; du a. ..ored P ro..; oi etcustoe Lmbrtl-
8 ea.E, C.ltlunr H e, dja. hi,,:; G hams, las., aid Para os, aputolg sup ,; ,ioU a u.rtcd SlIua ls.
Ss-,-ited; a 5 2. L 'fakt qN I I ii ,L Unewt da cripiOn, lGieeian. gieen, and iiub [-at.
il2., '.- o Itrd dJ do;. eer deas..Ipiltun osure,.u3 Wlee, another Botdei. s LappELt uo I n1-a
2doi I .addui d,, ; d d., 5-4 aitd 4 1, 1-,[- t,n d,-,a-- d Scarl5; do 7 8,4.4. a,.i ,itw ie t(an
11%n tqa 'aob Jhnei-, ;.gr, rtt,1 b icks do, dekdo black nd Cr.loIurtll jO, .i- Prirt-
S,.,,n 2 An '3 -. r t i, do ; ed R tbbas, W uitig, i.d cthlert .i i -g,.I ,,. ,., p, .
I i', ,lk a-d C .ttn -.1, c -..3s.L a- m:.k Ta t. nb, Diapers, fat-c CIL-thb Duyl., 4t Ih1cIh
Frt rel.sass'ui ttri le { .tls ; Saei, and ab-I.' V els i.
5 da o' vlt-I,-.n. Id. ILrets ; Cases cominon datk, and liht t Cr,.-
4d. 6-14 CainicekDir- 'd I- Pousket lithkfs; han.-,pu srItpstie Cmbrick du ; bd.rcsu a.;d.tI
II UPs ; -4 do Pu'luat do ; tu.u (Camrick drl entire rnea pLaterln .
3d.,3- -4 do do, id ll, M.dta. do ; Caseb 9-8 caimbrick Ginghtan.., ,,t -
6d-) 4 .,rl 6.4Hdi. O. H a-as. Cods; lion CUr-1 &c. do &,Carn lida Bo-k. .,,I ,- ,,.
nial, 1sr.pa e ,i.l t did 4dit. i ii brh il, NtiirMnhn. ; doiaimnt-;.rrd jrig, pidt, I,.,. ha I -. is
( .1t,6 J i.u-Z I.hie.Tld cluata I i-cndel b.-.k dr adiilld.aitil Id o-i
6 d-. c.n .n Ca, imeors 1 1o ('C ic.t- ,,uasorted; Cases --4 and 6-4 Fancy slti_- Ii, .-
,- 0 11A id I "cps: ,-
S a,\o 'iP. do Il s lrted expraesly loi retail trade, 'cellpllaih ,, ii.
a,,d Cords ; n J, pattnt l aL .Nan cral ass olsime li nto iw pattIsis
5 d. riaor.lentt,n" as kl,,nns, Cases loom, seCded,and.iother !!.lIen
,4t, ;-d ; I, 2 dia.- ig hl -ed.e J .:rntet, do coloured and ,ahiie I h Iua, d. ) r im t ed
4 d.) Junt.', all ruol ra; us Q a t.d Ih,, ulut, gln t-I ind o, aid rett baide.iu la idl.0c tlu S,d. CICilicr
I. 1le LUi,.i.11ii ; aI d i .. ,rogsarze Itu.- Cd and v lnl d se d d i .m- a,. Js,, ,nalunl N sttqi
14 u1.. a -i e c.i a. a n i l rssU.datihr F lG uz:a- e. .d' h als. k aI .I wsnore Milli.
btrnt I Iic 0. Ni it ,an Bultc.rns. nciS do Totiil y red B..rad.,s, -, Wn i,,... d ,i i il
6 d.' sil..ul.- sain ,', 4ru april Is Flag Flindkizstimi, I, ,do Nhion aind Dam.oud,a il
duiim .lup utltin-.
(China ,IA-&'k /. I.,as.itr's, La. .Ti uraks asserted beaver,kid, and Lirm-
.0 it k Ii Habit lIt(. is ; me i,'i besII dI ; Irs nitiile-
HENRY H-. 1 UC'KER MNI AN, aicolourd S.i,,ies, Lirs, .c ; d& .c ,rg Silk
No 19, Cornhlill. H-as far .ale, a, d Ia1,19, t.
Ino ca bcblak Ckina Hdkl, *.%,u-ris.t JUal. Bales nasorted Flannels- do do Broad-
S iTy c ca-E. Clhina Lu:itria, t, c .:iting 1 ucloths, conrrum-.nis aid ,p, tinie ; d.. do Casimeres';
wihire, pink,.lilaek, blur, )clkii Igrent sr.d liLack dodI o .imbaz.I, arI ndt'ball,,a _-
wuptri iur qualty-1 "ic.' e. tGU...d titan pu.-.h.iatI blyVA Partn.r.
too pices crtnpaniy,N' NKINI an fo f, alih. o-inproe a a,-' y ettnsiret' sarr.net
7oo do -hort yetilow.' 5 I ,ItaGooDi, adiapied to the. pre nut ardappi-.ath-
2s do Rusia- hertir.gs,half bleahtd. .nc n ,a l I, ..rd ,,e ae l nl ivhy the aia .i.n o1
,', A e-'alasolinieit oF Goo purchasers. 'Ilsey l bes-,ldI by ih" Package C(I
Iab rlSi te nrr-a. P.i'teis r. ar h; -teui ard t e-im,
adapted to the wants ofthe Sea-on, allI or aily- kry nI i t pir lrartotelaindn tie Gird..
ahi vh aill bt di po:cdd o at rait-anabie prcc.., r'y Api I 9. ,'
". hole aal 'reti Ju W in. Lovering Jun.
ONl(iognack Brandt, S',eet il 0/, c. Has for sle, At No49, rt t t,
T A DEN FOR 'IY pipei Faval WVine, .,
THOMA DENN j3o cas :,s-p.rnmaceri Oil-Whale do.
I No 3t3,State street, Ha; for sals, 450 bt.-,e apermaceti Candlt.,
MWEN'ENTY-live pipesclini-c Old C gnack Brn- 200- Mi-ould fallow" C.ndlic'
dy, juat larded and entritled to debenriur 2 ; ,25.) d. Dipt do -4o3 do a-s.p,
A Ifw casts s.wcet 0,1; .300 blil Rrdu,i
60 caska Hibbert's London Bronn Stout and 8S.chests Bohea, Souchong and Young Hy.
Prrer c son Teas,
3.i pipesOldLondon Patiicular Madcira,' 350 bSsns p.mish C;gari. -Rati', Duck,
S43 do do Fiyal, Colfte L .---.d Oil N-at t o 't do.
so do do Vidonia, ,An nluv.ic C !cutar Piece Goods,&c.
so dio do Lisbon, I june 25
3o do do andi soliall ppe M;hAlaea, Z Hetnrv N. R g-e'rS ,
Old P.ed Port, Sherr), Nicil- ad M
01Idr eyPor, SerN P. y ad N. 36. IndJis-,tirect, Ha, fr .le,
IA fcwcaney otdozilncat Birdcau HIF cargoes of ,chrh Lady Hope, Penob,co
Clearer a lPackelt, aMiry Ann,and Pheasant, Hion, N
A ia do do do do Frot;goa.,.k Carol na, now iandr.g, coni;:Ling of-
SI-l.hd.. Old amas.ca spir t t,,c., Pipe ..la e, "
to 1 io irindward lhnd itunt 5,.,oc., hhJ tor,.
Alw pen ,pa H llind.0,, ; 4,.,O bblI ,1o'
raiJa Po0Nt do; !oo bb.ls Tar: P itch andl Rosin. ,
Vcltrt Co.rki- Old Arrack. june '-iN STORE---
too hlhds James' Rivsr Tc.siAeco,
Ilrt sh Flour. 100o0oo w heavy Sumatra Pepper,
J~a s/-piour, au
o50 case. Spirit Turpentine "
JAMES NIORRILL, 3o YLas, Inlet Varns,
No. Ii, rate-.sltjet, Ha, for sitle, A lea _.su.chtcr.s W I' Rurm.
N OW ailing tromr. briglIelegr.ph, tln is u, .i' 5
zupertine and ine fresh Howvard-st, H all. Thadler, C7 C0.
k lour. From schre Hlope, No io, Parkman's Building's Bray's wharf,
180 bbls Tar.,i T" AVE for sale, not. landing, the cargo of schr
-IN0 bbs PladSTORE- Hl Saturn, from New Orlcai.,, viz -
200 W SPidelphia and Baltimore 130h bbls Pork, superiourto any shipped from
blour.,>t I ohIls W imiro.. 1 ,r., J0 do do suit- New 'Orleans this season--356 bbls Flour-3o
Liable lr Coidage Nianulaciure, I-_.0 bhls Pitch, prime New Orleans Cotton. iune 2
SRasinand turpentine, 0. c:, ks Spiri. Turprn- -to -
tine, 10 tona a.aur Id COrdage, .,,u tiu-hls MS r,. Georg-e Bur"rou-NIs -unr,
land Corn-,o Fe '5 j
No 9, India street, Offers for sale,
HoTva 1-SI-reet f,01r1. WELVE bbls Brandy--xSeo lbs N C. Hams
D 0 N o. .--Russia and Ravens.Dack--Old Sable Iron,
-A DAMS g bO".ON, No, .5, nStats-tit tve --oo bbls Rye Flour-American Gin--brown
A foral
200 hhs. SnI,'-fie-. rn-.-,,-, ... ap &c. june a5

-~~ ~ ~ -V- U y111:
F.j-r -... on v as. ,u i.., C. ( ool idcre uCo.
ed for before landing. No S3, Long wharf, -Have for sale,
25 bales Caroilis, 'ita a quartily of Nob3e Long wharf, Havefor sale,
Spanilsh fiu IA dU, etitad ton debantinfe. t 'UST landed-35 .hhds Tobago, and 6o hhds+
.piua nish lce ,4feax Grenada Rumn, high proof and good flavour.
.12i boure Speiru Caediles; June 25s
60 boxes elegant China tea Setts W
f,%thusadvW illiams and Stone,
A f .tn tt usiand yards finrse bar ., tow ClIi, .
A rew "c-,ns P..t a-id Ptal I .:H. L AVE received by the Liverpool Packet-
a -ls-Eor. is. a and hIdra p..:a GOOD.-. H 150 packages, coniprii,2 a cr-
............... plete assortment of SPRING and ,liM1AI[k
..8' ( 't t< ~l s (u0/I(*-n (' s127U/a$a. GOODS, which are now opening, anI for sale at
Wo'W laUndrig and lor se, tley HOMAAS No. so, Contral-street, ep3m spril 1s,
N WIGGLES;ORTH, ai No 16.11, i PLe; .otarr
53e bales pirimn Nt Oilearan. iola.. a. Phi eas OSter
-IN SIlORli_- No 41 Brod-street,
Ru,,ia S-hee|ingb RuA li ad R i eris 'tui,- ] A3 re ,vcd by ths Lothaire and Sally-Ann,
broad Drapers- clean Henip,and i rslc,. .. ..sh,- h .J from L'erpool,,a very general arso;tment of
some assortment of Calcutta Cottons, and Silk British Marufacturied Pit a. E GODS, which
Goods. june 14 .ill bt old nit very fanourable ferms.
ai an 9 3m

HILIP ANIUMIDON CO. NO 30, IndiA. St. INo. Oi, niastree,
Lh .v' now landing for sae, No.,India-street,
(hienwla gfo c for sale, landing fromshooner.Alexan-
420 Coags Ct'OA, of a superiol-' aibr- C' "
quality lor manufacturing. Iu tIS 12bbls1 Rye Flour,
1-1I'Lb!,, f Gin,
Stg ar, &c. ke,_,.Ilog.A.l d. ,rIe IR
IXTYVnonerA aeB,azil Sugar, e-ntiiikd to dc-. ORE-No
Sbenrur--r4 ton, Fustick-5o p.pes Phild. IA S ORE. -.
alphia Gin, of superiour quality, a frw baga Cuca Z. NDIA IlI'l.UI-BosToN.
and Aaoa .Sheathing Copper. For= al hy ArlS ,rr/nrredii o ihe fir-[ ,lu.liiy and con.
,"... .P ADAM,.1 ttantly --,itAle araebI I. I'. ILD.EN,
June -: No 21. India n harf. F.0 0.ieces company Nankins ;
-. 0i,,, io.. .hort do.
Grenada Rim. r ;,Polt-s Ral .ia Duck
mtny 10 t(
CORNELIUS rOOLIDGE (tr CO, No 3, 1 -. D-
Long wharf,,have;ror sale just lauding-- IiC)2 p. l_ a "C.
75 hlhds Graniada RUNI. June 1iS 1OR salr by TFOM.aS WICGLE&WORTH,
-' an Nu 16, India wharf-
Bu m r and. 3olasies. i tons superiour clean St. Petersburg Hemp-
OSIAH BRADLEE, .N India. a.tacet, has 6 do Out Shot do-Russia and Ravens Duck and
nnfSheelectings, of the first quality, june gs
;land 'ing for sale, I.-
47 punclcon St. Vin.:t.r.trs Rum, Light Phaeton foar Sale.
54 do retailing Mol"s"ca. jun 3 A RENMARKABLY lignt and lgant PHA2E-.
--/asses. A TONi body entirely news-, and carriage made
I J n Philadelp hia, adnpnod f r suanar traveling
RD O Also, anew double H.1InNw 'i, lireiat I.
rHOMAS & EDWARD M OTL' No D7,In-W. HOMER's LiveryStable, in eV.st.street,
JT. diastreet, ave for sale, now landing from vhiere tfie carriage maybe'see n, r& price known.
sloop Olivc-43 hhds Molasses, f a superiour Jjure .I.,
quality.i I .
"uaty" Jn "....-DR. BROWN11
Substitute for Lemons. -IJXAS REMOVRD, to the lose lately ocoapi-
A FEW easks excellent L.im. J 'U I CE, for sale AA- i ed by t'. IrANALLs, Shoel-treet.
' at No.., India-stre,. june may ,2 Xptf

Take Beer.

T HE sbscriber epecsly ntiSe i.aseo
Users, that after the lMt f Jui r nert, bes ill
blew TAL. BLFt-. stronger than hb-rc-,,ore, for
which he w ll charge .4 dolls. per larne, -Fra'm .x-
peilence, he iods that at 3 dolls per b'rrelt is tioo
weak lot the Sun mer minthb, and is uoprl.abibe to
tile conhum r. Hle '. HIl take partlicou ar rare ibthat
tife- tse ,ill ble oqual to the price ;, and b. p s rhal,
this arranse.mern awil lIe C'nideretd. aU it is .t C.d-
old, tooIr e Leilit F-I Ch L aarserae ., i-a ,well as i la
)'%tr, siatiisiii i. if ieirerds i-. Irimil the number
Ot his 1.aTle Beer L ustomiea, ao aa they Sball hei-.
gular s and -cli supphd.
Tflose who %ill take the trouble 6f
b,.ttlhig their "able Beer. v II finc nitfor their ad-
JIl ti It i .il i Impru.,%e the quaity and pretrs. t
iiV luc., ; -sr.d lh se v;W ito nft 'lh t take. th' L. u-
bIt Iar.n v IS, t. Ib tt'd, it lthe addutiunal tr.pence
-1 "0 nA'' -per UZ c .,k= Irnc luded, the att!,-s rent
k., ', 'I rui.ead ia, -i. Ialh an0 e ,ence (nicor.
., 1 l. '.sith io .r ;-red i I not l ess Is ,. 5 dr.z.
1; --tL :lt rIarrel till fill .1 'iJoc-
s s.
a"..ll I d0l u .
SI r ,, r, ti per ndoz.
,, r r I,-LiT.FAP.

J D letic k \ arc house.
-I U., i LL h, L A, t frny

q.. ,- f .it *,Ll. s- isr --d .~ at ,cni t m A rs
I -,. I. i 1 _1hs ".. .ta t i. t L. L .C r t ho.i tiiSe
,, iU.... ri ,m lirilr 11. 2arnii. tLlltU d
,- r' k. VI, GOLLLN GOLuDS;
., ,, ",. d ,'p,, F'30a41od relrm ,s %asVPAe-
I ,,i h, St ill' I s h'. .V s Siili t, ". Ptrcho -a
i,,i I .,, a,, i '. dio, 11 d il itl Ii restr t ito c ll;
al I, t pI ii t aim -st rany quaiitlty.rna
it 11, r.. L J[y..lli .y ha r e al,)o re in ted,
id I- i. ,- a l- pgr a oi lnoit rt uo lrip rfled Slaple
italt D ,, -u.. na, IO O 1I- r.'.-- s oi 'atile and cil--
m'.,, d L atn 'I read, I, r. ufi r.-s nLl, a sc6 L.i-
dr's. ofir-e 'aiilJs. riull tsuinie -5 ciot 60fu s)
NSedles, all l.oils-ta sh as grti a carleIV tal rSmall
Warts, 5s. pcihap',ttei as %in .in-e place.
N. B. I1-lv vall lnave nit _,ej, e, ,hiS tO receive
W ioll-n (-,-a (, i ci tCnisignfma nt, ;f re.aa.ibiy
Siarge td.
's-ti. i t., p r.:h 1 -.. Vrnd .VW (#0 .. ir,.n 1

Silk Goodr.
H ENNR.V tl.ILICKEikMAN, 1oK. 19, Corn.
ht il, ior :.ale,
Bla, k, \.Vlite, Yellow, Blue, Pink,
Lileack, -nI C.reen China Salnci, ,; M,.ra'sand
W,'inen's Frch t i En lish silk H-:,earid (, hve.
Eglth mn ie .lubaie ..t ne! e; rtich blacubomba.
zi, r ; Ol.,h hansdi kite lace le l --- nk Umt, rl-
Ila, ; -.. u... I ilk 'Slnawl.. ; sewing siilk &c. &r.
I .gt:.her h a good A osttrtmeint r .t ua .r abl
(..ot-, all 311 .'. h,,Ih are ultre1d at i.- or,-bs prIc C
b) wl -,.-id,e ,o a r I ci MI' li-I I'

Silk Crapes and Shaw ls.
L) S.1 1 I Fr1N1 Y N) I?, Corr.h il, hfes just
S s. u
A r* re". tl, an ad,:illinlii asboialtisersi. Of Silk
'G.o ,-. .:. -
black aridl colroured Ltustrings anti
.ar-rt.:sbir.lekC Cintin Craps. ,iik ha|ndker-
icl.el ., rtclr.I n ilkl,C..,rscsana anmi Pungeebilka.
Al.1o, a I..v, irirces, cnelequu twill'dailk l biIawla,
black, ilole e.rnd ol.-.ircd t Ill'd Lasant Silk.,
e ega.,, (-4 arud 1..4 blaLk ftand .lhite lace Shawla
-- huch are u-Ared lur sale at reasonable pric-
es june '1
S1me, ,erio .ltana facri red (Vlt/ks.
S l 1r I.mN E apmr I -.a %riel tbos.dtlotts, lKer.
ce',.., I'l S..,lrr FI bannel filom j. ,hepherl
..& M nur .,cl.r r, Noth.anirlon-
f ll.fold inlpthf,.d iS A,' -r, ,.
,,. si. -tr-, iron I i.a dollarir .er noz ; W ebb's
N ew ik i, nnEd. bi; .., .1 t Ur, drk wflit, dark
bntile4:etn, lash, p 1 ;um al e-,: i, em l snS2.
irit,, ar-bm,b r. 3,,j. i.ri, arn-I, shire ae~t supelef''.
tiis'- ; selve, t ite; marset lles at d I.,siionable.
";n s. ',in ; n hll Sat1 lMo, Jen ls, 0nl.
If a'lei r ., and Narktecir, bioc,E-iK, a rd drb.o
I. I if 1, 1.It -, r Pnnt a- ii. d ; gill, played, and
stel e uIt-an ; In!nrmlr .,ri Nas' d.--lfor 4a"a iS
N 7, Cai.iilll, tiy tLlAPP & NICHOLS.

1/ ,it ?c i tu oa/dl.iIUs and m( "~C Sri IIts.
if LIAM- A '. .ta, Inor sale, No.
W rit, l.rco.d Streer
rine anlti upcl fine Sc-trlet Broad.
clr.th ; Cartl aro bra ilt Ca.imere, tol,-nher
a'.f h C.A.\feh 11'- a,-,-rrt ehl of ,urI-aL n'JI.,aOulcf
.rodl (- .. C i.. (I. A pi ill '. .
Gunpu ;mdle, Shot, Salt l'ttre N Bi im-
EN ton' C -l.de riri, roie. ?".l ho.es Roll do.
j 0 oqr ca k Lncli.h C r ". % a '-,r
01A qr. 0: Lada i s nmedo lirom th ie mr.'iafacto-
ry(,t Di'Cn C.
00 -qr. rar nsn-.,. ure.-I DW.V. Gre,woh-
,.t s.r-.,rii, FucId & Co.
IIl qr a'k o an inilf sent quality at a low
r ried p
t r L. .Jo p Crent Ilot all sizes.
Thie ubat ci. Feli. erI ',, a nm,,mber rf ealab.
1ilte:l rta 7r 3 l ll.0r n.,I L.nnp.- ldEi, s ,% til 1 ,-
ie be ..i.nIel ti u' pfl l. ar.% qLtari vr c-t Ithat
ja. le rn ,..t m', i es .'nable us irr, '..'hih will
be delivered at any pirl o- ti e -s.- ron shori ni-
ELIJAH 'i I H I N G T.N, No. 5i, State-st.
June 4 ierw.

Convevaneerand C,-.pisi, No.. -. conrI-St.
W ILLS, Deeds, ,id,, indder-ture', Leirbs and
Contacts, drawn o, c..p]Ld -n paper or
parchmentst accold.ng iti the fr....1 Icll si tlms n.ow
CIEXT-. "B',k rgisi'i ,' p,-itd, and Accouants.
r!-a i, l--(z.n al .nd .iitt r %an .ablt. av t-"
spit d ait {re afa-.:i, t-r at tht hur.cI tJthe os,;uar il

lteal F.tate bought and sold on corn
m-,+., --Fr.s.' lat. 'sab and his'ian ape-resac-

T hIl above klltet' though a novel iII-
tt.tuthii ., rim br.in barred or. by i,.dridual c'uitnt,.
I-.,-n ta-i, a Id i r,',itd o t e ps.cUl.r ly adas tee'.
is anrr i, ressit- ihaln ad nia ntcltle ghrat llar al n r a
cre: d~ bu,;nes,,,astl'e en. r, ; a ttntilon u p ..
t.,eVai yappincanr-r, moud the Clor ges irry med.e-
ar. If Ajlli '2.

30 Dollars Rceward !
D ESE Tn f f,,rm lie N, y o"rd. Charles.
t,:.-an, (M.e, lirh June, Sr.AUEL S.
a hil3.)T,r MaInr ne in t:i -a-rlee ot" the Lln;teh
St-'ea nrti.e c-I Nrt hirn- t ,., nenr, '' aear, ol
age, 5 feet, 8- inches, blue et s, 'aa,-ndt hair, rud-
dy compl'exion freckled, rritnd vs'age, a f.ar
mere-and EDWARD FOWLE.S, inacvt of Ab.
bington, (Mass.) 22 years,5 tet- 6f ..'cies, grey
eyes, brown hair, dark conI,.',r50, a r.:as rr.tk -
er,- The above Uewvard and all necessary
expenses will he gten fr app, r er',cr;, arid d,-
lirer'ir, g tie said .s,: a,,d ]",, /,. :, at tic Nasy
'ari is his place, Or for eoniiirig- hem ir anyi-
jail, so that they can be returned u,. tie c.p-
twenty.fi-e dollars for secutrin ei her ,', Tl,em.
.4farine B ack /31 ;Om K q,
)" u. Y'd, (' lr!earsss.n. Z. Gt, Crag .ift e-car'-s

julie 1
f 5II HUltr1.LFl',!is resmriovedlt ol
I DH-aiover street, lately v(ccupiaiel I- Diu.
Cast, anderxmetiy opr-oaeo31'(oiG rtJ~i. rCi N-
,l~jnasq P. tiv21