The repertory
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 Material Information
Title: The repertory
Uniform Title: Repertory (Boston, Mass. 1804)
Physical Description: v. : ; 51-53 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John Park
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: January 4, 1811
Publication Date: 1804-1811
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 58 (Feb. 3, 1804)-vol. 8, no. 52 (June 28, 1811).
General Note: Publisher: J. & A.W. Park, 1809-1810.
General Note: A statement from the editor published under this title was issued Jan. 25, 1804, but apparently does not constitute an issue of the newspaper.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02639764
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System ID: UF00073209:00005
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Preceded by: New-England repertory
Succeeded by: Repertory and general advertiser

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*2 very ans,4t1 expense, and without the unpleasant
n.e. 0. ~ :', attending public schools,
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less than 11 Let I. I For the purpose to which
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aspect4 It'cj'airc at the Repertory 0.

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same, a'IL al per .. .... 1 ,. 1id ca-
t,'te :'e 0n to make pay'n'cist to
.'.. Bi;. '11;, Adm'x de boni nlon,
c.;' V' 'Oill Rt, her attorney.
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T S !,. ." ..,. ,"n ha, been duly appointed .', ..:L [. .' the
Estate oft ..
late ef Boston, in 4 hc t ol.n4ty' ,,'t ". Insurance
Bro[ ', 'i ~.; 4.ul, a iis tiae4c up1 5 !.i rc' tif ha.t
!rai~t, by ghjavi~o;;'DIH' as the !a:'," dfi'ects ; and a~l
I' "r a deman* upion the estte or thb ',atd
-,. 4 ,,:i:.4 d to exhibit the 0saue ;
,. .,. -. : ... ,he said e a te, .are ca.-

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IS hearebI',v n. ltihat Ihe s,,bscriher has 'epn
da. y ajpp.",ted ES:scut', to the last wtil ai;d
tis am:!M". nS-
.' :, iA r OT LOWELL.
*Int1 cf nh th14 co0n4 4 4 4 .' ..:.. -' "' -
4w4 n,2 .2 '4d ha1s tat!t> n u1po' i. ,
4. .,'f r-ld .. as the ,aw t )'-1 ;f'.s' -
fe t 4 -.p 4rs ss d si s a nrl s ,i t "*
of the 4sa4d Arna Cab.o' Lowe'l, -. "-..'.. I
to exhiLit '.e ;anc e; and t* personas indebted
to tlie 4.4d i.a.sttc aren 4 11ed upon to maKe.c pay-
m*ent to JOHN '.. L'... .x' r.
lan i epSw3v
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l; r:.L, 'ivcn, that ,I.4 2 '. i-
,a 4 .. .. .. l i f ''41 tlC e
e -ta of'
lateof Boston, in;hec de(oc2'4d ; an4 ihas takcn uP105 herselfthat tru..,i,"
giving b',. is a4' the 1 :w1 dre,'ts; and4di5 per-,o4,
having 4 c4irr. c;,4 u". O'.a the estate of t144 said 4 .'S,
44re r :. ircd t e: inicdebed tot;' satid e t.ite, are calle upon to make
payiii),t' o ,UTL''H 2 DES- A.)tSude'x, or
W4m. MINOT. her Attorney,
Dec 3 epW No. 19, Court-S-t.

A T the manuall M"eeting of the A.r.sac4heo.its
.( Cha'ritfbl ,i,'echanicl .ssocifiaion, Ie'old at
the iExchiange Co.fe Mouse, on the 20th i'nst.
thle following g'entletr.en were ui.a.niimously e-
lerted officers for the3 '.- '"'. viz.-
DANIEL 1X ... .'", ,'.., Ea.c. !.,, ._' ,.i. :,
M'r T"HOMAS WELLS, Secretary :
.?laj., Samuel~ uiir-, Mr. John Pierce, Mr.
HIenry rtutchinson, Capt. Jonathan Loring, C4apt.
Jonat!tlanWhie'47tn.4y, air. Si44ue1 Turtle, Mr. Ged-
.,y Kiso, Mr BInjamini Clart, and Mr. Jesse
May4 Tr,.ote's dec 25
I *- 11 .. i r.l i .. I' l:.' l l'.' I' l L '
(.nl ",ttV,
T'4 HE Stockholders of the N23i w Eland M ariPet
A Is-ra a Com.peny, are hereby t.notticed, that
their annual mtecCing vwi!l be held at their Offiee
.n State-street, on M'ONDAY, the seventh day of
January ne:.tat ax o'clock A AL. for the purpose
of choosing twcive Directors for the year ensuing,
and of act ag on any other business th at may
come before them, Absent members may vote by
proxy legally authorized for t'at purposc.
dec 7,, 18to. t.'"1F' s- i I.," ".
NG'". ._. 1i..
HI'JP WENTWVORT-'I, Jun. having relin-
.4uisi'ed aTe liard ',';.re Business, requests
all those to wa.! n he is idebted either bh note,
account or afceptsinceCs, o call on M4 and havsse
lthe same adjusted, and all. those indtlebted to
llim are iso sacquested to call and make settle-
ment. 'eptf nov 13

.y' .. ': t ...' :; 1 '. .' i ;, .
A & .1.:2..- i.'. '. ', with sensibil-
'* ity and gratitudI, cx ec' sthei1 thanks and
acknowledgements to thl:ir friends attd the p3fblick
in general,for the early cautions andI kind attentions
the',' f-p 'i -i'. -: the latefire, and by which
a ( .... n4 ,.: ... i theirr property and furniture
ha,, t.4 -' .':. .,,.) have again opened, their
Goods for saleat the shop lately occupied by M'r.
JOHIIN MIc'FARLAN+E. No.9, Marlboro'-street,
and solicit the patronage of friends and custTan4ers
to enabsc them to retrievatheir losses.
dec% cpS.v)w

R r:,:. y-.'/
D YOUNG, has Removed from No 9, Marl-
r, ,...,,, ,. ..; i, 1 No 3S 1-S, next door to
Mr.J E: ii. I 0: i f "1, Corner of Summer.-sr:.
where he has for sale--
A general assortment of EUROPE-
AN and !,. I ,4 GOODS, all of which will be sold
on the lowest terms, t dec 25
p1AUL REVERE LS' SON, have removed to N.c,
._ lo, Kilby street, where they keep constantly
for sale-
C(roper Bolts, Spil..-, Nails, and
clinlI tR -, all size ;
Copper Sheets and Bottoms, all sizes ;
Do Sheathi g and Compo'ition A'ail.,do da ;
Church, Academy and Ship Edells, do do.
0 v9 S5,
Ni .'Ti'J t!.
D R. SHUI'TLYE?, has r1 moved to No 18,
Hanov4 r '.:4 ,t et, lately .occupied by Dr.
4"'-,, r.d '-"c ",' 0i i4 "'" t. L,, i' r .. ]J-,,,, r..'-
Ir F .. n -
344,(4. .- '' -, 4" 44 ,4.',4

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I '-.'.*' i .' '. [I .'! -;- --- .\ _)t'J.I,; A. ',..It;
'" from t.hecountry, brought up in the Eng-
lish Goods business, and can bo well rece'mmend-
ed, "wauts a place as clerk. The salary expected
wvoaldbcmd4h erare. Iq'Jireoft the Pi.:tnot. ;
,Jan i

4 p11 a t<-i4cea 1ass4m.eres, 4oub4e .-j.1, ,
.'*)-)ar 0 0c,414lrs- Peline Ccth1s--.1,4 !" ,-,'4
-white, esd, ,eliiw aind green Fi4nne:s, various
q '-alli< s. 1- '
Ali of which are :i.. f1.. for sa le as a-
bove, by package or pace, '0n liberal tenri.
[- v. 6. ,eptf

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No 3 Kilty street,
: received a few packages of GOODS, on
L.t- consi .nmet4 t which wilt he opened ani sold
in loits o s r .,-,l. t.4 ,4 ... J pri-c.; -- r
Eleg.nt- ,4 h I 4 .. ~I ., 1. L 1 1Ih.,I, ,4
veir.d do. Lt.. d ,- ,. ., 4 t, -Il :: ., ao0 Irish
.Linens, 7- Cole.amin uo.
A. 'so, per ." : ..,:',
Bales Plaius, cases b: r L 4.,'on Pins, Iri.,h
Sheetings,4 4 and 47 Irhish I.nens,,Brown do. bales
of Herring Nets and Caplin Seines. Likewise,
.o he-r b W. n'! ... O"'ss, in 50 feet boxes .
h ,.1. ,,i,,... I "*1 .. ..d ,,r ..*. .,,.d fo,1.C f i .
..... .. 4 4.... 4- ..; ''' .4f.
4 '. -, !" .. -,., .

TNFOR'iS his friends and the publick, that he
4. has purchased the Stock of tARD]) WARE,
and t.)ken the stand of PHILI WaVis'NTv.oarTr,
Jun. No. 12, Court-.savct, and solicits the cus-
toi ot'his friends as wel '" t f h t '- r-- *-4'tc4m-
7 -.r,. J,-, ,L'..'.. L o ,, i. ,i,._ 1 +, n ,,+
bh. I 1:.. p 'i .. 4. 'I '- ,'. I 44 .. 4 .. ..' ., ,
s. ..,, I ... p ., -,_ (.., 1., ,re ,l..,p [. .'re to
N B ..r,'-4 ,, ,, I., ,, ;.:: ,, ,, ., '.i ';," are
particula- q.. : i .11 |. ... i.

Robert G. Shaw
Has f(: sale, At No. 3, Kilby-street,
-E"OUR hundred boxes 1 by 9, 8 ly 10, and 10 by
_.. 12, Window Glass--0 casks cut and wruniht
'.,,.--, n.... ,. of Palm ():-- bales Cap-in.
..... .l r, iig t N e.'1A ls .
A cotsiginmtent of Irish Linens, India
Ct(m" s ;nd .M4.. in-s. lee 28.
7'- 'c I

Corner of MIik and India streets, hav1 for sa Ie
ANDIN(; fro:n s oip jackett -
i :'. h h ds A n r lgu -t u .,
S 6 crates Liv t,1 .: ,' 1 '..' ire,
,4it l4'.:cs Herrings,
84 m -'.. -', -, mC.bphoa'rds. Also,
T'll'eS i Fli'SO1DS
?.No. '.+ Lonrg-wirf, Hs f'r 1 ie.
'D U'SiA '.tll ['avens Duck ; 65,000
,- bs Gree Ci c ,i> h'i4414 ; i his Toub.,cco
6 d.i anugcd do tons Swededsr.4 &c &0.
dee 2s ?p,
-,O R] 1. Lu l'_,., .... L,".' ,
Loafai~ a '
'' IGHTEEN boxsca, now landing from slop
Fame, Capt.MitUchell.and for sa4l by I. WINS-
LOw, Long Wharf, who likewise offers for s.le,
North Carolina and Virgintia Tcbcco, in hhds
and kecgs-N. C. Cotton Bohlea and Souchoug
Tea-Sheet Iron -Russia and English Duck-
Writing Paper-NC T''ar,&c dec s8

fTUST received, abd t'.r saie by THOMAS WIG-
LESWORTH, at No. 16, Ilndia-wIarf,
55 boxes best Gottenburg GLASS,6
y 8,45 by 9, 8 by 10,9 by 11 and 10 by 12.
D.c. 98

Sperm :ceti Oil, .
IXTEEN eask. first quality Spermaceti Oil,
Sl-;..- r. .I.,J...p Hawk, for sale by WIM
LC i. .;, j. :;J 49,State street, dec 8 s

Sug'ars', ,s/es, S ua.
F"OR sale at No. 04"4, Broadi street-
300 boxe< white a0db4broW,' H.avast Sugars,
300 bbI4 Pot & Per7 Ashes,
5 cases Flake Manna--.' bales Se.':a,
I ,, 44. I-.. .. C7?-,odl, C .I .' 'h t 'O-
. ,. '. i 4. '. h F4sndam1 .ias, &c."
' I ,. r: 4 f e .
A qten':ity of 4'u4n4v Ise. dec '

Ifavana Su'ar,
],' M- -s''by S. HI eGGNS0ON & CO. No. fi5,
4J ,. 1 v-iharf-
1 .1 7 bo x e s Br o w n '4 . .
11)3 do While n Havana SUCAR.
i0d do W'ite ?
des Ex ,'2 .'i [ ,

NC!ar'eston, S. C. for saleby F. W. IN-
G AiIAIM. No. 1. India-wharf.

JR'eatl Estate in Banor.o.
A Saw Mill and Grist Mill, with about l acre
of .Land, situated on tihe Penobscot River, within
ha'f a mile of the village of Bangor, and within a
quarter of a mile of the head of Navigation.-
I."es may be rafted to, and Boards from, said
r'4t, and boats may go up to the Mills without
difficulty. This property may be improved in va-
rious ways, to great advantage, dec 28

T' O be LET-and nuay be entered
i.L upon i. n'm".tto"'., a 4(HOUSE pleasantly
stated in 4".'' 'b (4 s.. Cect, containing' three
. Rooma, four Cihmbers, and a y;8'd Cel-
lar ; Iarge Yard, a good Pump, and rain-water
Cistern. -ALSO-
A -.4 ,11 TI7,IEMENT in Chambers-.
stteet, s tv.i'le frr a small Family. For partic-
ulars it(|uir'e of WR1UGHT & VAUGHAN, No
22, .- r.1, -.' ..,' corner of ( i4, 4 '...;, .
street-where is kept eoistntly for sale. a
4. :.;( assortment of W. I. GOODS & GRO.
'* "* t Dec 28
.2 I I.I' .4' rf I I I XII,' 'iiahie
.. ( ... .1mg y ,
-1 ,,, ':.-.4 .-- rent moderate. InquireofJOHt'N
N. ( il' It i, No.'1, Cornhill, eOfiw dec 5
A MAN,who understands Book-keep-
isg by double entry-wasts a situation as a
C!erk. Inquire at this olfficc jan I

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of l106, thze K...c zt was/,,. .,.'..-'d.. ed of no other words than -,e pr.. ,."'ribed ones
Early this mnornin" l received ..... o r..4 I "4 .,, '_ '. .. rerand that, if the Maris
a not.,:,, .-,; .. -,..,h .-', ,, .. '..:b -,:. .,. ,. 54 1 q ,. r, ,. n 4i .' l .;c.I -ta .] ii,e .', ,rrt. ,
-vill ';. r.. .. ..-.. -: *; .. l 4- 4, 4" i I ..4 A 4c'r l-',
ject lh p; l r. L-'t ...-. i .. t :, ";.., '' r ,' '" ', '.,I i : :,,.'
though h in rather a '.r 4 4. .,4-,. .' ._ ,I ".' I. ,, ,,4 ;I. ( r i;.... *4 ,,t ;(4 ," -4 4 .-.
communication is, I r .... *4, t h t.. i i" '*-', ; '**e ; thr1 t he (did not refiuse ti
ministers, though of i. ,t I, ..., 4. 4.4" ... tke the o ith ; but that lie added this p.F- .nS.
T he note i :.t ;- '_.',,: ..i i--lr t l t on_( :- It .... nre atease.
p rofesses t *. .. ', I : L '., ,:! ', '.. l l 1 th 1 ,' i. 1 .1 i ,* [ .
w as bereto.', ,,,: t h t ,." 1.- 1 ,,, "i ,' '."',.. ,'4'. ".- iA,,' .;ir ..
. u any' i '.. ... : **. '.. .'' .4 I ,,;1 :. ; J 1J ,' ,.

i] articles .- : .. d ..1I ... 1.,,1, :,,,:r,..._ .. -. ,.- ..',/ *.: t h .,1 t'. ,-: .:.L n '.' ti .j;
ertv w lh ic. .,! t, *..*; ''4i L'4'4 i '4'l44.J1 1 -. L i" *I ..rl...r '* .' il, 14 '4 .,.
A nd in like ,.,, n ,,I .:.,. ,'", '. ... ,..,,. ., mo oved, tihat .I. .. ." .. 4 4:. 'l ,,j.
enemy as onr.e power, it admits the trade of neu- the Marqlis ordered to the 1,, .. The Iatter
., .1 within the same limit, to br free, in the 4"-.-- 1 ,''.be alRlowed to speal:, bi,t ., ,1-,,;.''
productions nf enemies coloniea,in every but the I "'t '"''- --1 l: C.'ortc: preceded ..; :c. ",.'
the J4,..4 i. .J. L~I *.-u 1. colony and the par- Pufig's orh who took it .-...:c ,* 1 ., il,, ,,.
ent c. C4.4.i itnule o after whic thei .1. 1 4..
In another despatch of the 20th 7.' 1. (4 .. .-, .,' t Jtgar ,+ .,. -
Says- L .. l 1" '44 4 I I'.
"F rom v.'hat I could collect, I have been '' ..' ,',-.-.* t ..' '4, ,, t1i.- =, nce ... _:.
strengthened in the opinion which I communi- .i, 4f fl r' .. _:..'.I,.t p, -v.,. ;.i tha
cated to you in mylast, that M r Fox's note of ,i ,"-4 ," ,.1 P ,'4:,, 4'.I4' ir'u.,'e' ,lr,, r,-. dis.
thle 11th, w'as drawn with a l'view to a princpip;l .', '-" '. ,,,1'... ;,h,: iI'4 opn to which h
question withl the United States, Imean that of 4,. .''-, ':.
the trade with enemie s e colonies." .: .. .-*1 Pi '-4,.;r :.a. i',-,*''at,- 1 ,
__. 4. ,;. (, .4 i
Extract ef letter fro'n the m41ster of a vessel be 1' 'b... ,14 '4., : .,._..V j | ,, ,1.
lo tin' g to ;',. "., .* 4, .: .' l I ld ted i -'. .4'". ',. ,,, ,,,. ,
arseill4 s; i 'i r .'' ,. -:1' I ] '- '' ' '** 'f'4' '4 Hi44 r '( 4 .1.
... I Ireceiv;'ed the cohidemnatioa of I' '44". '.. I,. 4 l'' 1 ''..4
my vessel and cargo. ',e reason i assigond .' 4 4 4 .' 4. '... '. -,' :e .' l the psrt of' tho
that4 weT1 ere A m; e ri:s.- Sinc4 i, e, .1 here, I, I ,'C '" '.. ,* ,. ,' I r'. ated, that eswhat
I have had the n.ortaication to : ..* .-.1 of noy ''1 O'" '4n explanation. o' rather
countrymen, that belonged to the brg t:.,. .. to s"_. 'h ,' t -',i as .ady
of Boston, chaine: and sent to prison; .. .. '' -" ..: h ,,
the ntir. B :r'.r r. the 4 : .4 i,.. : '44. ,1 ,. .I ,''r 4 4 i .i,4 *
.he t -I.1.....,. ', i. ;'.-u -,i 1..I,, .+ h.a _".r mt
th ey ,.:.,.,.4 ', r _.'- +,, "''.! l I r,, l.', *. 44' ., l 4 J444 ,444 .. 44 I,,,4 .- '
and m ,rchditd ,', .:. .',_-: 4 ." -
to .g a o l, w h e r e ri I, i i. ,.,, .l r.. .. .... ,,- h I (i ...i ,, ,r] .. .
w ater, except *', .i,, C, .' .. ... .. I.. 11 .- : ; (.
my vtesse!:-Our consul denied them protection w ,., .. 4" .
buit after repeated application '1nd threat's frorn ,' .' -' r h ,-4. .- the ...,'
the Amerilcan gentlem0 en here, l e St 4id that he de .' '. ,. ,-' ,,,,4 "I I l.' ,
would do something f O r them." 5 4 ..: ', 44 ,e ,', 4 e *". ,. .
w ip1 'i *2 pL ''" *" Vt''^ I. i" :,It i I r i II t r I I ^

W e .earn that on WV ednesd 4 41 4 -' ',,' ,' I -. 4,.K ,,.! ,_' ,. ,r
C cotton liactory ,t -,. ." 4 .. ,' ,: 4' '. ',4 4 ''. 4 ,, 4. 4. '' I. l'' ''.,4 1.
d estroy ed i.- *'., 4 r I',, ,' ." 1 '' "' r 1
o'clock, ;" ". 5 .. 41n one h.om .. .. '. h' '- 4 1
entirely ..'....I .., without any thing ot conse- 10o00 withe dte oGardl, I ,.. .. : ,
quence being rescued fl'o4 tlie fl4aes. It is Deputes wished the Co,. ,- ... .,;,,,
said to have catglli from a :: cftndie being the rhed, rtate of ihe a' but i wa
carelessly earl'ried into the room in whi.oh was ..erved, at the time v n.-.-. f
deposited the cotton that had been picked, nd .' '.' .. s it w.as more ,,. -s ,,; ', : : ,-
i,,.4,,,, ', to have e0 "l 1 4.. ~ *' 1' .,' u'. I proved to t -' '''I .'"
i t'. to h v... I 1 t 1 1 sid e n t ,'r' .. 4 ..- .-.,
upw yards f' .'..'' '.1 '' I 4" i .:. .... .'-
,, ,ng, ,-,, a ... I .. n soas"* .,, .L1 '., i. ,L
4' 1 4',',,l a e4P4 ,4', h,i ,.sl'4'. 4a 4,4,44 ,
"" t 4, wIi th ,iI 4' ,' ,.. i ...41 4' ,r ._,
them tu. guard, 0no t .lr y 4y : ... t l' wih,'*
but also against the i iscre.i,.in of those who tht m to the town house, the present Palace of
a44 he iitrusted 0tonork i:' building's of Us the ': ,. ,- As 1they passt4d, th.ey were paid
kind. t due toth ; : ... i. .
n ]i he;n'. r an tim e,the ., ,, .. .- : -
A voy?.c round te world was mIade durng" tl metn. r, :4 u4-i4 g the x'.,.4., ',
theye.ars 1803, 1 04, 180 )5, aii 14 06. by two P' .' ,t .. ... L ..-. ,a,. de-
ussian ships 'rnder the c4n>t iand '..' captain 4 ld.. ,,. '
K rusen.Ea tern, "'iho is pub'ilishing' a aaccou tt -- -' I u .
th.,..,, ;,,. ... .a r ,,,1 'L.,, .,, l: ..,.n .o:- T L'"

4,4.4 444 .4~4.. '4~ '44 .4 444~4 4.~444~4~~4 ~ '''
441 S l45t 4' .. 4 tl~re 4.445 50144444 .40'
C0445l'444r.:4'4' 4.44'4 4 t444 4755 4.04 j'1a'4''4.
'1140 44401.t'.'44t44' '11.14444('4:r, 41444.4'4' 4. of cli tI'"
if its'~i .44, 14445 Cf'44tt4'i. *'od 1i40,'JJO t I4124l'.5 tOIS 444 4]';
441 [4411.11.2 ,ti4l4. A 44'.414.4i usion thereol' by f.. -
L42Iere 1.4 154i450t44t42420',i ill P42.445 1.4541 041 E4'g'tio .1
S 1'4445~fn54.i45rt is 441a44 ~ pe Cl a~l -

On 'l'4ar'sdrsy lsot D". P4'. essws n's tess' Meet-
ing' ll4ssls4' less 11.417" 44-1 ixilIl 1.144- usoat S01'4~44-

by tl~o 11.-a'. iss42oI', 44444.1 C'4 044' parr o7 ',li'' 4.'Kel'-
44~O''4 5'.'. 'C lliSblS' I. '"4.414>7 040 44'.'442r45~tn1 414441.
II i'r.tlfs'iI4g tot.. 4 4s4.1 ,54"fO's45 .44.44144)44'0 tha0atteis-

&t 4'45424.5.'47At5', '400. 10.
3!.'i4 41 C' 7... 4 ..n 045 If ''irs.:las",
4450214455 .444 4 .SOe.inl4Sta 54444
U irs'p. 4244>1524 4 ee7nuolit a 442.4tnl~r'r~ 444441, ~
574,5 1.14141 OS'd' 4444515'S, 424470 42'4'4i1.tr'fltsh. tO tIlt
14444 114.' 4 4.". 4 :' .4,~ '4 4 -
44150. 4 ''' .4 ..'. *., 44 444 4
1.445004 4 ''~ '' as. .4 1... 44.,
4 (''425441'4e5 '4f 117- 144 4414544441 s~442'5-!'lc45er444'5 42445
440 ('4 tstr44r)', tisIl 514424". of 4.1340 04 .1 f'r W04:5
441 142'44441, 145 t4e4r hii 1144' 1 i' ~' 4.41)00 110. .'40 corn,
C 4544114'S 144 0414104.45 51' 44k, the 44 '44' 01 4. ":'"'s h a~
pl'04l4104'd ijuasa 4401(44477 them 4. '4415..
41L.i.421 114.41. 05045 114213 44407-15 ~. 4 '4. 4 '44'','454'
S051'470 44 4444'44~444,4. 414 4.,'. -

COU iJA sr/ li'ft .'.' RS. o otherr 4 ," 4, 4 ,, .i,, 1
On Mondlay the 2 ih ins1 Cant. Jabe) Tho- covers, and. must ',.45 t ... .;4 ,*,.;.,,.; I
mas, f.-rmeriv o'f M d-1 .. .' I' t H1 4.s- :' '' ,'' wh-enever they are toexend th
kilns, of Firectown, and S..nmsc0 Perkins, of the 'excursions 4.or 5 miles beyond it. Unders
State of Ncwhampshiir'e, were comni5ntted to j 11 crctlmstanest deser'-n -,- ;.L.t be expect
in tMis County on a charge' o1 havin passed,,ncd is consideraie : no ... .. 1', .,-, .;. men co
of having in their po.ses.ion with intent to p"..ss ever to our army every day ; and, i one
as true, a variety' y a' unte'fl it i a.nk bills. Ui)- s 4ance, is whole battalin 'l: l in a bo
on their examinaiiLtion bei'ure the Justices.it wa5 wvith no other exception 4i 4, 1 riOant.
discovered that they h:id oir'1ed to p,.ss, a.d' ded, it is confidently believed, in Lisbon t
Sad then in their possession, counteri44 it bills the least evil which can ,4 : ,; : ,"44 ..
of the Worcester bank. S sem bank, Hudon, N.0 loss oa his artiie'y' a'nd I.. .*. .... ,
Y. bank, Manhattan ibank, H'.rtford bank, anil c nscquence of t!.is4 ,. ..;n' ., '...: :.. 1
an unainished ten dola' bill of lite Bank of N. er1ment paper is :., m cdsecount,
T'ie va: 'iSos bills were extremely .weU cx'-l GIB -RALTAO, seQOV, 2
criminal e lthem*fo'4 m the 42r'ue bills. They were 0el44n4 y thE L e '.t. ., i : -; ,, 4;,,;
'o"t of 1ie stereotype imnpr-esstion. M any cir- ports ofile i lc ed -.I ,, *I .... ..*, .. ..
ctunistances concurred to corroborated the pre- a're happ40 ;l l .' '. ,, i.-', .' .. .
.., ,.i .. of the ,'. of'the prisoners, 44and ae that lthe .. i., '.' ,. I' ., .:,,
hope due pr'ecautions w'l\ be taken to secure prlrts..did cx ist,3 J. ...' ..' ,ntfluen
t.hem for thiir trial before the courpe4tent triuin- and t.hat, except in thie Laer;'retto there are n
nal. The ipaag- of coitntcrfeiters is extensive no cases existing" on shore ; and that on!y th
and numerous, and ul44]ss strict vigilance is us- csses tvre oc.cu'r.rid it the bay si4ce th}e La.
ed, the prisoners will be ftsnished with asll ne- port. (-igned) D7IW.. ARCHfiOtlD, Y. r'es
cessary implemients to faciir.te their *- .I. JA-'MES 1ELL, SIc.
If report is to b credited, Thlom;s is a noted s-2"41_2fc1ssm-
dealr ill co unte'feit bills, n4. d 'has several times 'T'. 7 .i.. ; Extracts from a letter' add1.
escaped the punishmennt due to his offences by01o the N. Y.Evenin .. ,'.. 4,'4,.
prison breach. The pualk importance of .in, .,... ,.
checking the inundation of spurious currency formation not in the papers; by thd'ship Goa
would justify the expense of guarding our pris. Fleeoe.
on wilhl rcdouble'd vigilance. For a long time past there has constantly I
[N.7 Bdfor[ d '.fercu'y. F'rench garrison at 44 .,. ,., quartered' on
,1-- Inhabitants The number at thi timed i d
",B,. *> ',ri-," 4r ,, exceed 3 thousand, under the comnm4and.
,.T. ,_7 1.'... .:. ... :. *Count Moran, and it was expected to be
=- ---- -...... ------------ ie"d Quarters l]his wi4te4r of MarshallD:tvo
I *, ,, .,' .7.'. The t'ops were '' fequt.'r ly ', ,. .1 :a t(4r
It is known that thLe French hare upwards of ig g well clothed at the expel;. I' ,: city
2,000 sick in the hospiIals of S. ilIe, and th41t order to make room for others equr!,v )ie'
between 20 and 25 die every day. It is posi- wiho iM their turn were equipped in iike 'ma1
lively said that, .in Cc!iaiu,, Port .:1 7!:a- The various requisitions 4it the Scnate
rv's and X.ctez, 44'hrere prevt r ,-4. ",,*.. these and other purposes had became excess
fevers of which numbers have als, ,44 .4. ,.;, I' l heavy and grievous, and the more s.o as
hias been tlecause of the head q. ,I..,, I...I.L trade of the city was bv, thie occasion of th1
tllserred tO Uhers. rie d t the oiter severe restrictions of .
COTE.S. part, almost annihilated.
OcroEmus 27 --', t..., ; sitting' was sreet; No 'rench troops had entered th'e d it lasted reom 7 in the e0enlintg to 1ialf past 3 o' 114nm u"k ; but eonsiderab4a nni 4 er11 w
this afternoon. D Joaqulim Ilake, D. Gabriel occupymg 'the coast of L'. '. ,.'',, .,;' p
Ciscar an1. D. Pedro Ag'er, have been Lappoi4trd e('>nia, also the parts 4 ..., .. .sh
to exercise the exScutive power ; and M1. 'u'" 4.1n D.nntzic'k, ,nd th1y still lie-id the Prusi.
and the Mn'rqutis del Pat'lcio, as temporary) subl- i-'ortress of CUlstr4.
stiutces for tle two frmer who are'.baent. A fluet of niero'hant vessels from Eng1-
OcTr. 23.-T!.: -;,, .. commenced at 10 o'- consisting it wa1 a.id of 6 or 700 s..il bad 1 r
clock 'ithl the I ..' I r, and continued uitil4 ed tat1 theL ,, I- but no hope exsited ia tf 1
in the afternoon when they were opened, and b4ing 'abe *4 .* any wi5r7 e a landi!4 4' !t
D. Pedro Ag'ar, the M'arquis del Palacia and D, cargoess, -v!hich ideed could not O.,.c,.' .ard
Josel Maria :'. ini to takl the oath. sold, and nothing rema'.-ined fOr l.them bit to
M. Ag44r took it in the usu04l form, and. was tut'n to E'Iglntd.
followed by the Marquis del 4alacia who swoire Danisli'ri.,.teers still Co"t .ued 4 c;,rrv
to the first two arti.'hl of tl, formi-ule, iand to Ate' A neri-c:n ves,8els i!ndis.v.i, ;in .ta,'v as 1S4 ..
fo,'n.1l0, a4, d to the third, a:'.hir.csd, 'e, I the ".iz' Cuaun to c.andicn;., o4 .. 0 ..' atn4. 4





1 4D










vralnoas pretx 1; bitt the edu?t of aipeasi3
h d lately r- i,r ,.l *. r..l of their decisions,
sipet;ciiaUy J... ~ i A L. I.n Ithe: p'etlxt a..s, the
l..1 ;ur Il..J vih th.' prescribed Fiench cer-
i.L- iC *. jl "' ,,,jg Denm-jik hd at last been co-
S",trdinedto )edtnce his military establishment
it .',:. .....,'1 i. was stated, of 0,000, a rie5s-
.t '-.: .,4nt. in account of the impoverish-
t-e s!.a'e oflis finances, whict his .Mirn'itr i'.
lo>ng advised, but which the R;r.g r.,uld nii t.'
"'e be prevailed on to adopt, and it was conjec-
.'.i *'*, I eI at lst was. induced to it by an'
1 ,',and .imperious command. Theports
of t' nTwrk continued shut to the Importation
j.. .. ....-. ..... -, .-_

IN SENATE-D zc. 21.
Mr. Smith (of .JlaV$ind) prr-sented a petition
f cr the incorporation of the Union Bank, of Al-
*xandria, Committed.
Several local bills p missed various stages.
Mr. Llnd mii'~ni, that the bill for extending
.-, ..,r r-'i,, i..fil, l.w.., if Orleans to W ent-
in ll.', I.e rt- l' i 1. I ;, tComnlllm ea, with Is-
ls,,I t;..,ri Il i 'rni-t their opinion on the title of
ii" ...l I' io the '.ei n I,.y in question,
and the r,ii.ulhon'wl ; alliit oii.r.io,. may be
founded. N Iat cd-I-Y,:--.. Nays 17.
TheYeas were, Mcssrs. Dana, Goodrich, Hor-
cy, Lloyd, and Piekiering-5.
Nays--Messrsk. Anlerson,Bradley, Campbell,
Clay,Condit, Urawford,Cutts, l"ranklin,Ga"'.iard,
Gilman, Lambert, Leib, M'tthewson, Pope,
Srtih, hiil, and T.iit-17.
Mr. It, I ic, Inovedl, that the President be re-
qncsted to cause to be laid before, the senate
the documerias supporting the title oftheUnited
* states to West Fiorida. Negatived-Yeas 7-
Mays 13. 1 .
'eas--L,:s,.s Dana, Goodri,:l,, K nrsn
-nj:-rt, L.[la J, M atthewson, ;iand Pirkrii.,',
ivys--M.srs r Anderson. C.rmpt, II1, -I'
Cc.iilt, C ;r:rl' rtjr Gutta, 1I 1i4.l.1 Gallid,
r, ie, I..'itl, Smith, and Tiat.

WE sD. iss ,ac. 35.
On motion of Mr. Burwell, the house came
to hile following resolution %,hich As referred
a i cur-4 nu: i.. pblick lands. 1 l.
r es.Aid, 'rt...t furthi r tie of s'-. months
ought tobe allowed to the el.,ii.m rs or lands in
the state of Ge,.ra., o,.iuh ... Tennessee, to
r, isier ilhel, dl''s in the,.-ce ot' the Secre.
S'., if Stite of the ULl te- d tJSItti.
On im a,,,',' f '.1r- Morrow a resolution was
p.,i.ed r-l...tinrc Virginia land warrants.
On m.in.iinm .,1 r Johnson, a committee vwar.
appointed to revise the laws of Gangress, rela-
tive to Indian. trade
Mr. NIKinsloy moved a resolution to appro-
priate a sum of money, for improving the post
-road from Washington City to Marietta on the
olo. 'r his motion caused considerable desul-
tn .Jeb.,e Thr.-. reiol.i-r.n v.'.s findll ng<.
tiwd o nl. I *;*' i itii'n" I it', tIl'. -i,
Several orders of the day were called for but
were aegatived ; and at half past one the houbec

TI,: Ser..le did not make a quorum this day
-_. buTi ..; done of course.

THUASBAT, D, c. 27) .
-~ .r. Q 'i;nev f,,- th n.miliii ec to *.' L.'n w.iis
t,;r t ,_. tl 1, 11 ill r, -pect..,g f.'t i n -', .,i ,n 1l-
a report, whkli %a's r'e.dl and retired to a cum.
mnittee of the whole on Mondaty next. [The re-
port states that French and hpanish gold had
been rated too high in former laws on the sub-
ject,'il ri.,-innic,,.T' to have them so modi2ced
as to ci.c iloce coins their value in future.3
S3ir... a;r;ng rt pre ietted a resolution which
S 1' :'si ".,'T-ttc t'i l. t,,,.. ietiry of the Trea-
.., i ..in r. ..' 5r. Ict.r .,i the Navy, to lay such
.. urm t;..'n l.d.fiLe El-, house ois they may pos-
sess, relative to the bills of exchange drawn on
r-:.,i., ~crviance V Co. as may give a full
knowledge of the subject. [It will be recollect-
eA thet Mi. S.woope brought forward a .pair .of
t. -, i, i.,j*1' .i M .. i.)call on the Secreta-
r,e, r.n t:1. iub ject. MN'. Montgomery was of
opinion that those resolutions were not so wor-
ded as to procure all the information necessary.
-He t.licere inr,,-ialured his resolution as an
S.1. '.. .i to iths r. l Mr .da oope.]
FRIDAY, Drc.28.
Mr. ?,'KiCn preserted a petition from sundry
mnelr.;ilt. c. C I BA in, n', (similarto those pre-
snti...t frgi.'m Ne .S ..'r.; And Philadelpl.i:i) Pray-
iig relief ii cases of importations of goods from
Gi l. L UrB' '"I, which should not arrive in this,
country before the 2d of February next. Refer-
Cd tO tlln coi.T.ittI -"If frci:i- I. .lions.
rI.. 1 i, -. r lI *"',: tri, c )niTr.it .: 1- whom was
rel' r- .1 tI -r,til...c 1 i.l": .i 'li..:' i the N avy,
repurtl'd i i. rcl.i.un to' il't pensions and
rations of the Officers of the Navy--Read and
referred,. '
Mr ilaci.n r-.p~ 't:il a l.i'1, authorizing tlhe
SE~ec i.r ( l''t .' lei cne a general index to
Iti li' ol the i,,,: d ate to be made and
MPIr L-,TI,:r ,i !I permission to lay on the ta-I
blet 'lI.: .,.mrrh-:r printed rheet, "containin.:
2 mS0 StiriC irL.: ri.i l,. Boston Ri'e i'1 rt' i.ltior
ti his calculations for fixing the longitude of the
Citv of S Vashlinrtbn. .

S iwoo1RUpTA r NI.s, TiDAq.u .vntrAs.".
BlOt fO".. F..'Y;'ILL. JuatuaY 4, 1811.

iDcat/ ,fthe King of England.
On Wednesday last,the Editors of the Palladium
re.e:ived itiL following Note from their cor-
renp n.Ji.-' in Newburyport. :
"Mr. TiTCOMB, (merchant,) arrived
Iu town this day from Portland,where
he came, by water, from Nova-Scotia.
,ip.-'', Dec. 27, ship Hunter bound to
V'.::J. a.c ita, then twenty-seven days
from Liverpool; informed that the King
was dead; that there had been a battle
in Portugal betwvceii the left wing of
M.IvsE.t.A's army and the combined ar-
myv, in which 2000 of the French were
killk 1, 450 Fnglish, and 200 Portu-
gue-e, including several English, Offi-
cers. Mr. T, says' the Master of the
Hunter appeared to be an intelligent
So much v.r tis account as relates to the
death oft' t*, R.'i, of England, we presume is
true. What rekltes to the battle in Portugal
may be s. But as it leaves but 12day between
our last news from Lisbon (Nov 18) when
there had been no such battle, to the 1st of De-
cember, when the account is stated to have
been received in Li te-pn .1, we suspect it will
prove only a miri.- '. .1 report ofsocne of those
skirmishes, which the New York account amen-

tL.ions, as having take', place, before the sailing
.'Capt White from Lisban, the 18th of Novemn-
t'aomB-Ao.Grve-PaBBnases Prtince of

'ales, whs.i 'I n i cer5! t. t ..e ,-;"ce. .'bh thi visionary tistl i, th- 'ui. pt:h -:e P Vrsse r-;', iitcs. y oects-1 h'.-. of h,.Lg nlsgs;e >!,- -
the title of .1 s T-7'h < a aJ ts'..;rn La *F ust fI is true, he dre-.l t'. d :..,l ,i..' ..i1iA ith s ..l am. a I .nguge' .,r.iJia,iii ? 1W ho drcs n'it
12th 1762, and is now in hits 4P21 )e.,r. uneducated ilccl:heli-. Is who lead lth prty r.TeieLmr that hlien C.oler'.ou'r Sirgenti, awere
""---- r which made him Presidentofthe Ult1-d S1 .- ai t la ncl'in,tli,'ta were on foot against him,.
.T e Grand Force r. ': butthatsensibilit)-m,.:c hi. lik .e J',icep- t ai:-id c, r.;ir J,fierson, he ..ilcr.nl ,.1,-c'ared
The following articles, f-rom the New York tible,.f impression, from the loud calls of the to him, that he stirnld not !,e 'renmote3 without
Gazette, thr,'w co.niJrl,-ble light on thei Flori- rational part of the e,. nmo,,ny, ur.:ng im to a formal investigation and opportunity of de.
da Revolution, and the Expedition to that quar- respect the dictates af'justica,wlsdot and lhot- ftare--that Gov. Sargewt, cr.id-ill;i hi the Pres-
tear. ou. ident's honour, came !to o .-ti.r,, ,il .. :' found
F DA. When through his prime milnisier, he inil i- that Claiborne was appt'ioli.hl Governour, by
= NAST rLOIDA., 3 ed' Mr Jackson and the govern ::ent whose rep. Mr. Jefferson, and he of course removed, at the

We learn direct from Pensacola and Mobile, resentative he was,by dismising him on grounds very time of the interview .? Who does not re-
that both are in a good state of defence and fiul which have been.demonstrated to be fititioutis, member that Mr. Jefferson solemnly prayed,
of troops ; that gr6v. Folch at ilMobile expected lie undoubtedly hai made up his mind to meet in the Seate of the United States, that ao aeci-
a r e i n f o r c e m e n t fr o im Y -'i'vc i l a, l e wb er dtie e u noldu b t e d l y h ai. a dt t esh t h a t n ot
advate to remtont R'im R ge-th.t h.., r dI the consciences, however fatal to nation;1 wel- dentto the Executive, Mr. Adams, might make
on'the Alabrama Riverat the head of 300 c.m- fare.. Hiis own consciousness oferrour, and the him (Mr. Jefferson) a candidate for a higher of-
ventionalists; waiting reinforcemelits-and that powerful voice of truth from the press, apalled fics,when at that very time.he was employing &
major Kennedy had raised the standard of in- him. He shrank froni his destructive views ; p iiiZi the infamous Callender, to vilf',r and tra.
dependence near Mobile amidst many friends to and instead of waiting for the effects of British duie M.. Ad.am., ar.J.write him out of office ?
hir cause. resentment, which he had wantonly provoked, But we will not multiply instances, l hen ei.
It will hbe seen below, that the constitutional he authorized MIr Pi-..: -,- h a .t.ueJ is'.t. their of these is sufficient to fix Mr. Jefferson's
[.-l'-dt.i e assembledatFt Fi-'.:.i. iii:'.and wera ances of his desire F r ;,sc -,to review neyti'a- character. That he lih,:..1 ple',e',d arti.:blia ne-
au,.Ir:, e,lI by Fulwar Skipwith,.thieir '''- t...n in London. This measure u..loibtedlv a. gatiation with Spain, for West Florid-i, and at

Wou r lte- learn, that o l e 24th of ov. averted a state of things .which would have been the same time endeavour to excite a rebellion
1500 troops, with a proper train of artillery, un- disastrous to our country, and most certainly it among her subjects in his favour, a.,. ,-c.rfhtl.'
der col. Kirkland, marched from Frinciaville must have grown out of other considerations like the man, So much for probability. As to
F[r P'-.. cohi, ii c.:i:.cquence of r~ap a~' h.- than a regard to the .ic' ,ti ,' tl:e, whole have the tact,'the Marquis Yrujo stated how he catme
Irum col. lKenmfer.'wN
The gun.-boats ordered for Natchez, had pas. is general control over the conduct ofthe Execu- y his knowledge. We are assured of it from
sed BaHtot Rouge, and exchanged a salute with tire. The press,reason,truth,had aome influence, such a source, that we are confident it can be
the fort. Great military preparations were go- in saving us frrom threatened and expected cal- no secret to a lrg'e portion of the members of
ing on in Florida. Some momentous enterprise a tity. Mr Maitisontough unhappily far gone Congr ess; Time Iess Mr. Gales says on this sub-
v.a, co.,-uul tdo [.Wher's that Burr-that in the enthralinent of party,is not totally lost to Ject the better for Mr.Jefferson. .

SECRET'' EXPEDITION,-Gov. Claiborne a sense of reputation. He vibrates between the Since the foregoing remarks were written,
and major Russell arrived at the cantunment, wishes of honest patriots and wrongheaded fa- we find that Fhulwar Skipwith, long president
Washington oni the 28th Nov. and on the 21 vourite's. i i France, then and since,the intimate friend of"
ult. an order was issued for a movement of the Mr. Jeflerson, has been,sometime in West Flor-
army. Col. Covington, with a strong detach- When ho penned his message, it is evident, r J s now appointed G.o .,-.eui n the re-
ment, was to sail that day, and Col. Pike, with that he meant to keep the outrages of the gayo- iolutioaist. His iaaugptal address this ip-
the remainder, wa n to follow with all expedi- ernment of Iunmark as much as possible, out of o It gural addressto ,i up
lion. -It is said the army will. beijoined by gen. sih That he meant, as h Is been the tart government, andI to thei pl.-,,. We
Hampton, o the river, who was hourly expect- case t respect to Fane, to amuse the Florida, are ceived.
ed., -- Wh 0 rp I ,. to amuse t Now.let'he tlublic Iobserve how perfectly "0"
It is also said, that gov. Clailsorne has order, public, with a pretence ,of negotiation. The cos with what we have hd of. .-t,
ed out the whole body of the militia of the Or. sufferings of our fellow citizens, from these'a- accords.with what we have'said of:i "
leans i'r.riory. betters of pirates were echoed from.every quar- by wlllch the Florida bu-,,..-1. h.t beet con-
I, ,'.i,:.,,ir Holme's detachment, was under ter, and the criminal neglect-of the President ducted. : .
mahe editor ofthe Baltimore Federal epub- was the subject ofjust animadversion. Iie now, The Editor of the Chronicle is -,rel'corr.e to

lican, makes tie following remarks-- officially calls fromm the department of state"for call me by :,i.*. ni. l.nair,.. I.: p| 1. ., c ;'. 2.n-
.Fuiwar Sklpwith, who has been declared by a representAtion of injuries sustained from D.n- jamin Austin, which, applied to. any himann be-
th: pl..ttkc of West Florida,to be their Gover- ish robbery. To gain a hearing is gaining la pint ing but one, would be a gross and ni.i ; I.
nour, is a native of Virginia, a devoted partizan of some onsequence. Let merchants nw bel.
of our administration, and was a resident f t o
Frtnce during almost the whole of its revoiu. freely and fairly state their grievances, and let -
,i..-n. He is a speculator in lands, which occu- every press, not devoted to France and, hier Is Mr'. ?ustin aST, ;,;It'.: at hlis own shadow ?
nation carti-iedhim into Florida a year or two a- ,.asIs, enl.ar.e the claims of an insulted and in- It seems so ; for notwithstanding all the bluster
go. That he appears at the head tif ite 11ticnit
riots, is ofitselfevidence 'ofthe. connivance of jured people. Let Mr Madison haveproof that cfthis habitual impostor, in his p.',-r.h,,ir
(hl:W l.;, i, Deitocrats ; but that the de- his constittlents, know lhi, obligations, as the sstetly, it i ill be proved by comp:,.- ,stnl
cl.ariti.nu o lithei. Indep.:-.lenei. is a mere con- guardian of tkeir rights, and that the eyes of extract with the Chronicle, that we neither gar-
tr ivar.ce, t.. ntdi.y s plntxt lo our executive numberless sufferers wait upon him, for the dis' bled nor perverted. Our object was to expose
languageofanddress ith has d charge of his duty. By the bonds of political his insolence, in pretending to threaten the Le-
to the Senate isad Ho'use oflZ.pieslr.ti.,t --- & civil society,thecollective power of the whole gislature of the nation; and we copied, verba.
t blilied by the pretended (Coner ,:ii ., iIt '.Ie. cn-i'mur-ty i:. pledged to every individual for tim, what related to that subject. We are not
Irn.-id,, composed only ofafw aioleit ,nd;.',. -his protection. That power is to be directed by obliged ts disgust our readers by republishing
uals, selected from a small part of Florida, but- government, for that purpose, and the exercise columns fro,)m the Chroniclo ; but we never have
which is engaged in reducing the rst by ter. of it cannot justly be dispensed with, but from made .and never will make other than fair ex-
I. hi' ,!,lr:s.s, Ship iih artfully says :-"The an obviously prudential regard to the public tracts.
blo.t4 M 1,i. It l.,wi in our veins, like the tribute- weal.
ry streams which form and sustain the father
of rivers, encircling our delightful country, will From the nationall Intelligencer. Mr. Coobx, one of the brightest ornaments
return if not impeded, to the heart of our pa- "Or readers have not forgotten the attempts of the British Stage, has arrived in town under
rent country. The genius of Washington, the made by D'Yrujo in 1804 to palm his sentiments an engagement to perform, on our boards, nine
iii.nintial founder of the liberties of America, on the puhlick, under American colours, which evenings. He commenced, last night, to a
stimulates.that return, and would frown upon he proposed to purchase. Publications of a a i Richard lhe Third,
our cause, should we attempt to change its similar te.our are now appearing in certain crowded house, in Richard the Third.
course." prints. WVhether they proceed from the same A rm- no.
Claiborne and his mvrnrmidous are at hand, and source as certain essays, under the signature of A postscript to a letterfrtiomBenos tyres, da.
will not long leave them any choice, after they Graviora Uanent,'we will not undertake to say. ted the 9th Sept. mentions, that thie unor-
haea been made instrumental in reducing their Their temper and object are the same. tunate General Liniers, witi four others, were
fellow .subjects to what they call Independence. .D'trrjo to M1ajor Jack-. .oston Repertr.y of shot ten or 12 days before. by order of the Gov.
"__ison. 1se. 13, 1810. erniment- Crlutisers of the government at Monte-
Extra:: ." Sletter from n democratic member of He (D'Yrujo) had He (Mr. Jefernson) Video.were Llo.;..drng Buenos Ayres,
'C, 00,,j to.ianercantilefriend in Philad. dated no doubt war was the used his influence to
Dec. 22, 1810. wish four dministra- excite a revolt in West .aster Payne has issued proposals t N. Turk,
With respect to our foreign relations, they tion, for he had rcceiv- Florid,, in order that or the establi ent, in hatcity, oif on istitu.
look as little promising as those of the Bank.- ed a letter from New Spain unable to extend lion, similar to the Atheneum of oston.
I believe it is calculated by the majority, that Orleans, dated on the, her arm to her colonies, "Te be .Thomas Sumpter Esa. ea resin
the Nonintercourse will go into operation against 25th of April last, and France incapable Te hien. '' imas Sumpter, Esq.Uhas resign.
Great Britain, and it is reported that the Com- which stated that there of assisting tier, might ed his seat ill tile Senale of tle United States.
mittee on that subject are not disposed to make was a letter at that both be willing to re. -. --
provision for relieving our citizens from the place in Mr. Jefferson's linquish it to the Unit- Communications relating to a lecal Grievance,
penalties of the law, however innocently they hand writing, dated in ed States. This plot wier mislaid, and could noi befound, whe i want-
may have incurred them. Now, as it roust be March. last, which de- at that time did not ed fo this paper. They shallbe attended to im our-
evident to every one, that our Merchants could elated, that if the set- succeed, though proba- t
niet possibly foresee that Bonaparte would make tiers'between the Mis- bly the seeds of the Fa'.
sosudden and radical a change in his system ; sissippi and the Rio late disturbance were nTEN
and as it is eq,,i., evid-.at ith.t the., comment. Perdido, wooilJ raise soivn." AN OPEN COUN' NANCE.
ed their adventures under the sanction of th, laws the American colours, A oaopen coiutenance I love ;
of their country, and that they can have no con- they should be support- It marks th' ingenuous honest heart.
tioul over their property which is in G. Britain ed. "Fraught with each virtue from above,
-or afloat, so as to insure i.ts arrival here before As Mr. Gales nas made no comments on these Devoid .cf guile and worldly art.
the 2d of February-to subject such property extracts, in which there certainly is a wonder- A
'to confiscation, would, in my opinion, exceed in extracts, in which there inly is a wonder- An alpen countenance (quoth Pat)
enormity the conduct of the great robber of Eu- ful coincidence, we will endeavour to supply Is that the things, u prize so dear 1
rope. It would indeed be carrying his bigh. the defect. There's Peg Muliony, fuir and fat,.
behests into execution in a manner exceedingF We must be allowed to reason to the ppilick A"'. --. ."
lat he could e'c ect from the n'cdst abject of on this subject as we should on any other.- IC'TOJ']-Oa the 25th ult. the e
h1w alaIeJ. haOeCnoIideaIhewever,2ttit.thewRe-t

presentaLives of the People of th socorttyae- ntWhat the Marquis YVttjo wrote to Major Jack- Unrivertalist Meeting house, in FIreepot, Mt .
sanction so :,bl a principle. However saon in 1804, was, as every person must sup-. was dedicated. Sron the 11eR M ua
hostile they: may be to one fr.,-i, n-iion, and pose, a perfect secret to us, until this National 11alioi, of Portsmouth. from Acts 7, 47.
'howev ertuppliait to another, i -1,I n... believe IntelIig-ecer came to hand.. Here then is test
that they can possibly sanction a robboty aore e. f .' .. w agreeing per-
normous in its principles than any thing we have y fro two distinct quarters, seeing per- At ew ork, Col Gerge Gibbs, of Bostn,
on record. feetly in tenor, not only from distinct, but oppo- to Miss Laura Wolcott, .1 ,,-L h:"- i; ':.e Hion.
"You will see from what I have said, that our site quarters. The government.of Spain was,at Oliver W. At Providence, h .- .in.l BIloss,
present prospects are gloomy in the extreme; that time, under the influence of France, and of juin. of Stafford, Con. to Mrs. Emma Gorham.
and yetdothenajority hereputon asruch'self oursethe Spanish minister in her interest-- AtHallowell, Capt Wm H Page, to Miss Sally
complacency as if we were baskingin the sun- Wingate;. At Purtland, Mr Paittcn Morrow, of
shine ofNational prosperity and peace, and the This is an imptitation which will not lie at our Bath, to Miss. Btsaey Goodwin, of the former
pnoiiical L.iiz,, was unspotted wih a single door. But how came the Spanish minister, to /place. At Newburyport, Mr Wml Dodd, tI
clud er hl,.naih." [Fre.ematn's Journal'. break friendship 'with Mr. Jefferson, devoted in Miss Mary Hilton. At Salem, Capt Wm Brown,
----the main to the same views i We have already to Ms toras Barker. At Hartford, Con. Dr.
LAES -RBOM .L SBONe. the lare to the salme vews. *We h ar y Sylvester Welles,to Esther Dodd. At Danbury,
Capt. White, who arrived at New Y*rk on accounted for this, in part. Mr. Jefferson Con. Rev Hlenry P Strong, to Miss Lrura Clark.
Mondaylast, left Lisbon on the 18th of Novem- bought Louisiana both to. oblige France and i
hebar, (tendlays later than our .former advices,) himself. Hlie wanted as much of a new empire 36.
and, no second battle had t ean place, the ar- at his disposal, as extensive a field for his po Tn England, the Rt. HIon George Legg-e, Earl

feastgand the oter starving. It was report- litieal influence as possible. He wanted, if pos of Dartmouth, Viscount Lewisham, Lord Cham-
ed at L;b.oi,, th.it thto seige of Cadiz was raised, sible, to include West ilorida, or most of it, in bi erlain to the Kin.g, de. K. G. D. C. L. F. R.S.
and that Soult, with 12,000 men, had left S- thie purchase of Louisiana, for this purpose. anm LSt. At Fredersatw, r.e MarSy Sit
ville to joln Massena near Lisbon. But Mr. Jefferson is sincere to nobody. He Eaq. At Danvers, Jona Kettell, Esq. Erig .

-FRO.M St.-PETv RSBURGII. durst not openly oppose France. That would ben and Inspector of the 1st Brigade of Essex
The brig Rover, Groves, which arrived below :ave ruined his party. Yethe wanted Florida. Division. At Salem, Mr. Mar, wife of Des
yesterday, brings a report from St. Petersburgh. While therefore pretending to negotiate hon. Nichols, Et 73. At Newuriv, Mr Moses Tan-
that previous to the 12th of October, there had durable and raicably with France and Spain, he pan, Et. 42. At alisbur.y, Mrs Polly, wife of
beensomeimsportantchanges in the Russian min. expected to facilitate his view by creating a dis.' capt. Reuben Osgood, JEt. 29. At Portland,
istry, sai to b less favourabl t. th 1 xist n turbance in the colony in question. This, it Miss Betsey Knight, daughter of Benjamin K.
istry,.aid-to b less favourable to i listing t i foun o. int 1804, and Et 18, At Hartford, Con. Mrs Mary Ibunce,
.....ancs oiirc-/. "o. ei something a of tle oldCastiliat spirit, JEt 95. At Bridgeport, Con. Mrs Ann Hawley,
-..., posssei something o te o lansp Et 70. At Voluntown, Con. Mr James Csamp-
Editors of federal papers, who know the res- he could not conceal his disgustat such duplici.e bell, lEt 86. At Blridgeport, Con. Daniel Os-
prnbsLiity of their situation, and are disposed ty,and therefore made himself obnoxious, borne, .JEt 15-in falling a tree, he was esdght
to discharge their duty, will not shrink from it, Is it possible that at this time any evidence heinatl it, and cr*shd to dhenath ; Miss Molly
on account of twhe chilling and discouraging apa- can be necessary, to prove that sucth conduct iory, d. ghtr of Mr John Smith, o Danb-
thy, which prevails in the public mind, as to was to be expected of Mr. Jefferson 1 Mr. Gales At Milton, on Tuesday last, Jeremial, only
the great and suaTering interests of our country, is but a young editor, and does not perhaps son otf Jereniuh Crane, JEt 14.

There are two powerful motives which ought to know how many instances have been before the I r t yeste Martha,
T e e o' ought. to kn viyo"man;in 1 %11 i. ht Hown, yesterday 4mornin eM rsM artha,
bear us alongin the arduous lask of ascertaining public, of similar duplicity in Mr. Jefferson's rowilI o Hone, m Et 44. I'ng eral tone'
and enforcing by every fair argument, the true department. Hypocrisy was the prominent Orange-sttlect, which the relat ions and friends
:policy of our'government. One is that is is our feature in most of his political transactions.- of the family are requested to attend without
duty. Asiother is, that. our labour is .:ot rWkhlly Who does nct remember that his friend Genet, a more particular invitati-n.
1la8 Madison is bat an aspin-leaf. Ie is no te:ually .Iv ,.;'.;:':. a-s the Marquis Yrnio, pub. D( n-At the Cap 'of Good Hope, c2'l 1, of

1, or.. Iir, f'a 0'oird ig MC%:cJiSor, Joseli 'A.
ior.olt.a, dofI '1 iru (Cl ) Fir fouihuLr uldr.
in,tiun appl-. st No ,, L.ingwl-h:r.

ARRI.~L s'-vo .._o- .yi, C-AS'rTS.G
.. .o.o. ..........o... .. .. .. ... A ........

TUESDAY, Jan. 1--'rred, brig ALJ;,,An,
Tappan, of Newburyport, 47 days from Bona*
vista, wit! salt- sloops W A 'ington, Kenttk,
frooi ...';url'.pot, rlia |.1r:lard ; 'r-deavour,
Storv r, f.,mn P,.-':,'bscot.
.'. .. ie .'.... h., 1.i,, Iilliard, from Goitton
burg, with Uemp and iran, to N. Parsons. [Capt
H. Brought with him a correct and lone list
of American vessels arrived at Gottenburg from
January 1st, to Oct 30th1 1810, which may be
seen -t ihe Exi-..b..ge Cuffle H,'use I L".,, az
Gotte',br 7, i-Tsr hi7p' Veniil, for New y ork,
next day; slaop l'tI.;iiJar, 1f ProJidece, di-
clarging ; Bston Packet, fo alem in .-a few
days. No convoy preparing for the D.10ck.-.
'Spoke, lat 40, long 5j, sh;p killingg MAid, 10
days from New Bedford, for London.
M\ LDN'.3ID.' ..' Jan. 2--fr. sloop Packet,
Brooks, from Iiip'!:, -- .ii>l., .iitiair, .
ennbial; -Ne- f'c .:t. Wia:. :tFli
L i,1, !i *.'nc, I' .m s L, ?' S.
y i'W DAY,J. ;'-.;, Li;. -. .rcr, Gioves,
front St Petersburg, and 60 *.-s fr,'n t'hinore,
to His Hon WVm Gray., L:f, P.t!.'.: '.- c. o11a.
12Lh Oct. was taken on t; c lI;.:i, lb' aD.'ai-,;
national vessel, and earth' d ,itto 01'lh mn. d'.
tainedi one nig'it, and lith. t..'. ..', :.:.
tenburg, Nov 2, :; C ( .lo .i UB torn, i '..-
the Baltick, tirl.. r1, l rr outw iaJ. ,argao -.
i .\ l: o' ... lto :; bi- f.i
wind ; JtsOr., A-."'', f t".r N:..,- : f,.I'
wind ; sch." tHi'ran, for i',, Uiltic'.. ,I0 ".
tor, ofa .. .i f,), de.. ,

for '. f r Ilt,a.)i ; rit(c ,,
of '" ; .pii.; o n, ". ,,.
I n : -,' .'.. do ;- .-d pL-i ,ci.'-,e, a .
Salem ..- .. i'.! o -t. scl.aru ;r.-
o iat '. ,. edf, rd ..; r. .1 .

Ocean, ,; ,*, .' j : o t : n- .ir, '., .fL
.: :-, r Proyidence F ., ,. ,, ci ,n
ft-' l. 15-n, t :- .. c ',f I ,r .ccl err,.
. t' ';., v

1-. 1:1, l ., hl ,' -!l',,,,i ,), i n i ,im .' i ,: | o
fordo ; Frank' ... r ;, ,
aisburg M; -,' .:.'.. o i, [h
'ialtick ; the .o,.,: wCe c'curdi'i c t at. il,e In-v.
er Court, andl r.'..ii J d- ';r..
mner, Sw'izey, 1! .-'..n, .r ::: r'. h er
lted and Captors It- .i. ,l- -L di-.. C:d.tree
of 'Charlestowvn, foU '.I' D ..: ; .. ,
cy, of Boston, ., ..- ,, 'd.ii c c- ,i-rr-r.ej_
Tise brig a lrnI.lkr, Adl. ms, p.sted thl siuncl
Oct 28, for New-York. Ship Columbiie, Jones
of New York, r,-. id ,i ...u1 i ,' .3 f'rI u.1
Baltic. Ship C:lali:i .i. [i .nctlt uf';Al.;m, w',3
o0T ,!sineur No. 5, ir, I d m '. .,'nt I t, .
coppered i brig ?l i, (ii Pli' -'1.J 's -,.. r i- r..d t.
England Nov -., bi. II M..j..saiy'% fri-Aie 'ri.
bune, stationed off the entrance of toh sound.
Spoke, Dee 18, lat.4? 15, NI long 55VW Vh;p
Suffnlk, Cirthwrig'ht, ofu N Yourk, 91 das f&ioro.
Dril,,; for II.\:1! r. S.me dv phlp Arni1 ,
Si.,on of Duxbury, 37 da-3 ficn, l.iverpa-l
for Philad ; the captain pfthe Anmity had spok.
en ship Union, from Lier|).:..' for lil.,iid._
D ec 29, 1ait 4 30 on 68,er..l. I it Ii ~ '..'. .
ny, from St Johns, N B fir I.irarpi. I -- Ti.e
brig Rover was spoken off th: ;J'-iid H.'.t.
ish frigate, who informed the C pt.;:Il ti t l e
sound was declared blockaded ; I ut Mr 'd1m rn',
at St Petersburg, ;,..f in'~ C .I I rtr iP'3 '"
received no such notice.

OfArrivals and Clearancecs at the Port of Bos.
ton, (as recordedon the Exchang-e Coffee House
Books) from Dec 1, 1810, to Ji:n. 1, 1811, viz.
roeRosX- TrADe.
Arrived 55 Cleared 58

Arrived 125 Cleared 183

acj Total ISO 241
Commercrial.-Capt. Hilliard, arrived here on,
'rInuesda' lsst,from (otteniiti ,-.l,, ,n'tc .'i!, ):;r
a l'rochlilmation oft r- II- Of' ijn-- ,.k, dci.:
at Fredericksburg, 27th Oct. concerning a Du.
ty on Colonial 'Prodatce not entered prior to tba
date of the Proclamatipn (7',. O4 ) ;to pay c-.
cording to the following T' ,l1, -L:. -cc..ior,
perlb. 40 .-lidhns. Danish; raw sugF.-.J3 In ;
white or refined do 4U do ; tea Congo and Catc-
poi, 15 do; Hyson and 'Peco, 60 do; finer sorts
96 do ; cofliee 40 .? i, i '*,, 101 do ; cochi-
ri : 2 ; white p i".,- -i 'I do black .do 40
... -as 141 do; 'r.-,,..t'..' 202 do ; clove
60 do ; nutmeg's 202 do ; mahogany 5 do;
Pernambuco 12; and C.ampeachy 8 do.-lfen-
tered before the date of said Proclamalio%, to
pay balf the above duty. All persons to give ia
a statement of the quantity of c,.l,.ni 1 'oods oil
hand, in Copenhagen and Eleinecur in 43 hours
frcm the date ef said Proclem,.tr ;. c.-..;.
towns in 24 hcu;'s, and in the i:.t.m:, uc' ,
hours, on penalty of confiscation, &c. and. ia-
firmers to have half the proceeds.
.4merican Prisoneras ofT7ar !--Theship Cam'il-
la, has arriLed at Philadelphia, in 40 days fr-om
Cadiz. Left in the Inquisition 'i ,. r.- St ille,
on the 'S of Oct. the following Air ,..-,n [.rr-
sincrs of war:-Crew of the ship Charleston
Packet--Louis Peter, cook, Antonia Christian,
Jahn Hemmings,Mathia S andstrom, Benjamrin .
llartlett.Johln Martz, Boenjamin Bushl, a boy, na .
tive of .'i'r : '.... (I I .1 John 'A illamn- e.1
of the Cc.i- ." :, '* -'*.' ., crew i,.- erted fi i
the C. V. and entered on board a French priv.
teer, and Lawrence Paterson, Daniel Patter-
son and Jo)n Evans, cast away on the 6th Mnr
and1put on board the C P 22d Juise.--Crew of
the ship Romultis of New-York- captain Smith,
(lately capt Camosbell, deceased) John Miller,
Edward Taylor, And'w Andrews. John Peters,
cook.- Schr Eleanor, capt Thoma v, lii.. ."
of Beverly, bound to Tangiers Vestal a.nI c~.c-
go condemnned. Capt and all hands in Siville.
The crews of Eleanor of Marblehead ; Reome-
lus, of N York ; and C. Packet, of Philadelphia,
(which vessels were captured by French priva-
teers and coidetned at Seville) have betn
marched to France ;s prisoners of war !-tlh
captains of the Romulus and C.-Packet cscapeC
from the French, by assistance of the Spanisrd i.
Numbers of French ip, *''..a... ltted out of Se-
ville, are cruising elo.- 11. L.i ,., mid hate cap-
tured several vessels.
Bri-ig Triton, Brown, has s.rrivei at N London
from (Grenada, via ht Thomas.-WVher 4 days
out, was boarded from a French privateer-th!ey
put 40 English prisoners on board .and ordered
Ccpt B fur Tortola. The coimmander of the
privateer threatened to sctittle the Triton, un-
less he received the prisoners-He landed them
at St Thomas.
Upwards of '"wele 'PAhurand tons of ship.
ping (exclusive of sch'rs atnd sloops) were
launched from the banks of the Merrimacek riv-

or, during" the year s 810-vessels that will not
su3fr by comparisons with finy in the U states.
A letter from Cape May, dated December 10,
1810, says.-Oa. the 20 i inst the pilot.-boat
' Glcotr, the sch Prnsidct, klncowr uss Y:net.,

sf the S4.p1 X3.V r in 'r I P':..: f'n 5 !,
and this place, 1. '' ,.* .tot u.... '
,; ,. re., r..,.l L 1 11r,'. ,:, .' ',, '1 -. -
..'. .... 11 ;n ,- : .: ;-,.,.hc,.,t I P '.. ,V h i n ey' ,
thei lre:tlcint anil (ancLr h i r T O I titafir tale,
olio--st miiteavour'ar ,t-or-er i, ..: s... S ". i ; N as1corrine:t elegant plaid silk Ginghams,
S "a,- "e / Canbridcl" ,lo. f o ;a 'vid temoi irsId I'l loence &
O th.e 2'1 D-e. the ship M/'itice lo, 'o a. i ;L:~ 1.ur..tri ,b;aek Cani'.ir : '- i* i I:i C'.;. -.,
S, .. t.., wa spokii, 117 days Tromr a whitted-t, bl.sk lace Veis ; ,. 1J.1.inii ( -
wi-i i .- ne o t )he co is of 'eru, with 1350id I eti.,,1g at '1 r ..ryard, Conmplr.y F la, iid Ba.d.:nIa
hh' ol c l~ v elft on the coast, 28thi Augt. tI' A a. r .
f ., -iis 'rnm Nluicket-Lyo., PaI- .'I 8-4 to 12-4 Rose. 1.I .n1 -
: P f. -sei'.is l, 2,`70 do a '-.. : .-. tni i Linensi Lawns. I- ::-
.w :d O, V i 'u ns; Garhder, KIay, 50 l.' I .. .
'P'e ri T*'*"e *,',-* s, of l.of sioi, ar. iat N w.i ,
Yr i, u is t. is-,Aei,-l:. c:tit. lic, .i Storrow' & Brown-
(ati ron'tt "el ml- '" bio rl the 24ti6 Dc..-his No In^dia wharf Have for sa.~,
body nr c -;-ie1..I to N rk. N. l ; N drcd c *k.tr. lih ;_i;.--a ..'* h;m
Ce..C...f-. e -,"'.b---';t;l e en't les here thlis 0 ,pn jh A.,
feaison (s-iasa s.,..eicke;k.p. pee ofDc,) han e be. n 0 Per schr tltion,-fro A TI..- A,* .
6.--e usive of rcr craft .- A Per schr i. i-.i oit Onr 1 i1...
.. e t Ve ls a .l 'are I V A'i-d e'.i i I, ",( ) l. '
u m n v. ,I ro: 5to 6). ; : ..
t-rcoat;.-'ued opct. u .i.tl ti';: ,I. and5 square- '
'. aspc- rin Pr'.t. : Lu'.t. L. cch
r,. NECOI"', a l .S'tTESt -N r8,Idiaivh.rf, i i..: :
Acrri! a t C;:.rt.'ston 15 i .f urlt. schr 150 hhds James River Tobaice,
th, Pnd 'etn, d..ys=no N o e coon lbs Sumatra Pcppcr,
1 a, kbo :t ils S 'l"' Ocraci-k. lv F.. '"a 6 t 40 tut' ".s ..'
from the .'. lniie bihml "n i ..... .- .,. .:' ,d l I 7i r ar,
inf bri e l I tI 'I I .l. U. -.1 ..0 .. ta l l 0i H vana S ugar,
inlt rm ed !.t, .i ',"- -^ ".h.. s, h' "._ ',,." 1 '..'., co L,'.'s *uine .ruie l.., ,,
-.I, ~-;t.s :o s oop fronm Charleston, hound to New- pecs Russia Duck,
.. s ,-.t t -., but t ihat owing to a g 3le ico dos Russia do.
S .'i ,';e a ..'.k ,- r, .:-" ti h'i. *." .'-- t,.." :,eq; 140 pieces Ru-,,ia hbcetings,
p',,- us .'..,, '. -'1'..) n; c t' r ., ,'d by 1 0 do do 6. bte-. hiced,
tr ..;'l ,*, '..1 thdy eodeioured o d.0 cases writing Paper,
L...t ,,.. .; t g't '- ed they e ouli1 .see co C :i t 3.<,.' -
n ,rli..1 !'. I d i.s to be feared she went 2 C narriow Diapcrs,
.in l ,,a P th.s night. do" broaddo- C. a ,
On. the e .'- of Oct. the wreck of sloop Pros- I do Liri-2 bales Crah,
e'.ct, captain 1llk of and from New llayen, or 000 QOils--6 do Russia Feathers,
tl i ,. .l v i l -.y eapt Sai '..l '. t. Jan 4
S .- .. it ,, .i .l the ., 0 1 1. .c all- y
ruin haoit, 'T'inmolh Parmale; mate, and Jesse .rockery Vare, &c.
l:.r...,, were was!led from tl,- '.,ick. a'-,i .IO' NON A 5" MS, No s6, Long whrf,
Jrc v.: '. I. su urvivors, .J. w..It r, ,v ,. -. r, landing-
-''.1. i .1 hd-!, )i thought much exhausted, s c,tes .ortd r, rocker. andingare
Were taken oif bt-Capt ,. andcar.:e J to Lisbon. it' e tur6d Ctoc. E v are,
:'lte Spanish g ;M.r.er .,, 15 d.l. from )a- entitled t debenture 6o tubs Steel.- EEchange
b ..l i.., t, -' ., .. : 0 .: o., 1i.,ii, I o Ne Y.,rk Jan.4
S.e r,r; i. .. '- 7 'clock, on i;.,-rtk,
,,,. .,..- r.., -,trance of Nev.pot r.ib uura A hes, &c.
.ii. i i.s .s ts'.. ii went to peices. s I O ak..t No 6 rod stret
cargo, (p-" i mite, and 9 mein were 'uheld No68,Broad start,
fro Titile quarter-.teck aand drowned. 'I .. I. J.:-t' ioRA- Sih e -,intl brI.win Har. an. ta -,
I-.iir, 'ri-h c ,_ ,co,,s 'lFg .h 'thebb ias;vain 9oo bb4s Pot and PearlAshes,
and 4 I ,i .1 1ue i s ,. rs.,liii; the ,-ue ou cases Flake Maana.
pe; i I, ; 3 bales Sen a. ,
"On ii. 1- 11.1. 1 Il t t ,' I.. .'.,11. -.rir'.e.l 5oc lb- Ci r, ':" 1,
at S .. (0-) 1 i '.. ", N ler ns. 5 c...'k. Er, l. .,
via Ha. ... bond to i-. I' "-, I," I, .La.L Ld .ti. 2o bales Crash,
cotton, which wa! munsh damagei.. 5Cc:. Ih c rcer C., -,
Thb ': ..,. 'I h,.,s i,..i :t Charleston from .: lbs C'.re. i. i 10,
-oldt.5 ,',. M ,-'-. ,:i.n- J a gal!- of wind on : t ba.it B.ssgI Gsc.J-., consisting of-
the t!'ird uh. in which she lost1 a part of her Mamoodica, Sannas, Cossai, Bandannas,
,t.:-1 .- ..f h-,r eromen,, named Geo. &c-a quantity of Gunny Bags.
S.. .rL. ., '.-' T' r
51i-. 1. .. .i' It r, from this port, f' -----
wa,,, i,, isin. g vtesstl) was -llen in \iul. SOil ,' BEarnard,
W k h 1 2 ,1! D e c la t 2 9 f :, : : .. l ",.. ln aw i y J-w y
wIf, ,'h Dec. ;, 9 ... .., i havinwy No. ;, India Street, Have for sale,
efi r \ ...I J"! C-. i t s ..Tini st. h0Viii g
.le.,, ',..,- .. ,1 :l... r.' t i h isctim es. o la':- Pti-p:i, ,
C' >ii I." ..V -., ,;,. I,....hie'schr. Hannah, 200 rearns writing Paper,
,tl c ,. ii .. .:. -, i. J.-'nce, loaded with casks Flaxscrd,
c,,.,r ai..i 1 i '* .. C ..rie .11, wa ,, t ir e a 4 bags Rae,, Ginger,
S ili i...- ctI.,, : icn ,o ihe .til ,.. i. s us.- 3 cases N trmnegs,
I -.i ,.. ;. ,.: .- a.'.. of a pI Lt A l t:,. so r casks (,un Powder,
cargo, and considerable injury to the vessel, 45 chests Hysouoskin Tea,
t.i 'ire s, ., '_'. ., 1 1 "Loo hids Rum,
S f_ __ .. ...... .White HavanaMuscovado and Lump Su-
'"1 ':Sq- '.5- LSEPT. rs, "
At li.n, Nov. o l. ships Four Sisters, Wil-. Ru sia, India American t' Ravens Duck,
llims, of and t;r N York first wind I' Eliz:a, Ruisa S;.ertings,
.rn-, i n\ s fl i.;,-'- s l Few bales,Cayenne and Georgia Cotton,
.. i so. ,L. "' .V '. :,t ; I, ... u m''u m, Le xod and eod. wrought Nails,
t .I,. '" -' tbr 'ik Yo Ik; t- ,.l:,f'. .,r Ico hb'saSalmon,
N ji.b, t r ... ',, ; Jenm es W- eli- -.. o- do M ockere,
'.'rj 'l'., is- ."r .'; .; Elisa U Lydia, Pratt, Ru.-sia Cordage,
.'I f..r unia J.rediA,-, Eldrl-iige, ofProv- Turpeutine--Ginger and Mut;ard.
...,., i, ; 1.. ,, ': ; l. S'ar, &hs-ldon, of and 'tcsss, Cargo No r and 3 Beef,
,r O. 'i. n:z.. n .3 Ann, Mif, fir N York iln 240 qnts fnglis h Ccdfisl,
i i ', i_,,J .;. ;t i '- rm ii n 3i ; Gcn 3 casks BristlCes,
I ir., I'',, ..., n cer Bel- 39 ps Germnan Line.s,
] s..'t,, -.-J '. A:.. 'Cloreld, fur 1a ps D;apers,
c .si I'. .. I. ... o rk, unicer; o tons Hemp,
srigs Ariadne, for New Yrk. G-reyhound, 3 bales Russia Horse H-lir,
Ale n, Df.r fls i. i, a;-, Telimaechus, Good- 10 casks. Gin,
,ri.d., ,I. : (., r.... .! i. n,, 1iwell,, of Glouces- 35 bblsLiver Oil,
.ester, d) ,1.. '... J.l rnoi. do do ; Louisa, o0 chests Souchong Te,
'.,r Al .t .i.h '.- O~Cli *.it si ;.:iiE, F-.. N navy mess, No I, a and 3 Pork,
Y.Tk ill 10-; Industry, J,,i:, I... S .. .i i ; NI ... 3 bales New Orleans Cotton,
.y .-.nn, 'hle. i, 1 ., U. ...,:.,,. h,' I....I ..n, 1s s : 25 o00 -..'iut, C,....
Orang-e, 1 1th. .I ..:. N i '-.l-'.,-1, f.' r N York, 70 M,di 7.1, i:...e.: te .
.r r, cr .l' Wili .', --- of and for Boston;
,:r,,-it.. ....i Neburyyrt, for Bos- Richard D. Tucker,
too; C'C.usn-, t. N.ne\. l.,. -,l'a t I fr fll'u -(Iilas for sale,
center k 51..... ", .- 1.."; .' -s f )...,-. No 2.2 id flas for sle,
foitr B oston in 3 da .ys.A. -.o. t..:..-. 0 : ,,- -i, : C p,
--' Sto.n in 3 leys. F. -, t' .. '.si: 300 bolts first quality Russia Duck,
.: .bU I' ; -c' s P ll,, ..hs Tio r-; soo pieces first qualityRavens Duck,
,li rrit, .[ ..-. ....... '. si I hi proof J.maka Spirits,
providence schr lIope,$.den, and many others. hh h proof Antmigua R Spirits,
".s'f,. ; IPOK'jV. -oco do Yellow Nankins,
Dee, t I ... :, Del fiom -s. llid J,., River and Kentucky Tubacco,
ton for Havana. Dc .12, ship Alert, 6o s green Coffee,
Nichols, fromit C sharleiston, fli L i '. Dec. h' r.- i -. Tea,
'i7, brig Diana, 3 days from It.'I ..'..r Lisbon. '
1Dec 3 it4. -b. l.,. L ;.. ,C,.1;.', W hite, 4 bale rine N. Crza in a Cotton
av s :,..-,, :'., .. I'- brig Hunmter, W il- 30 b rani ,
kins, 12 days from Boston. Dec 15, lat 26, o e u i k,
I'lorida, schr lietlo, Osborn, of Salem, 10 days Crates Glass Wdar,
from N Orleans Btimore. Fw boxes Irish Linen, 4-4 and 7-8,
.- .. .. ...... .... -- Exchange. o, Londos. Jan l
John Parker & Sons,
No I....n: -i, rf, Havefor sale, Surinam M olasses.
N" OW Indirn. r, r i :hip Monsoon, .J 'W landing, acd for sale by THOMAS WIG-
1..w ; ja,,h ie fra. b.own Havana bugars. GLESWORTH, at No 16, India wharf,
Now landing from sloop Packet, 20 bhds best hurrinam Molasses.
So hhds '.firtiiiqu.c M,.lesses.
L;.nd nr from brig Juno, Jan 4
z5 pipes and 5o qr casks Malaga Wine. Block 'in and Copper.
On the Wharf, Oa .
Havana Molases. T WELVE thousand lbs Block Tin,of
Landing from slooop Alert,- a ver; :",,:,.;...r quality. '
Retailing Molassts and Havana white Also-Copper Bolts, Spikes, Sheets
ugars. Just received, arid Bottoms, all sizes-i or sale at No. 10, Kilby-
i$o bags Coffee. Street. jan-1
S73 bbis Pot and Pearl Ashes, Retailin.' jJolsses.

Bataria, MattinicoGuadaioupe and Havana
Cof, M uaa WE NTY hhds sKctailing MOLASSES, just
Ticrces, hhds and bbls Muiscovado Sugar, la nded-for sale by E. ROLLINS,
2I% boxes white and brown Havana Sugar, No. on-whf.
Hyson, Souchong and Bohea Teas, Retailing Sugars.
Cadiz, Turks Iland and tt, Ubcs Salt, Cil ng uga s
So tons Hemp, "' ; S I'MF1; F., hundred boxes brown Havana Sugars,
n8o pe*',: Ri ena Duck, n,-,' landing from shii. Monoon, of super.
9,5 pC.e:lC, UIUia Duck, our quality and in excellent order for sale at No.
3oo ps Russia Sheetings, entitled to debenture, 45, State-street, by JO-EPH & JOHN F. HEAD
.100 casks Sugar lihd Nails, ALSO-Philadelphia loaf and lump Sugar ; Hy-
aooo lbs prime Ivory, son a. d Souckong Teas; Cadiz Salt and a few
55 tons Logwood, guny Bags. Jan. 4.
$5 tons Logwood,
as hhds St Croix Rum, |- Por,2b/ vlJ.,/C 7" 1
Caracas and Island Cocoa, orrtablei Wrting Desks,
S Exchange on England. Jan 4 'i -.7EST & BLAKf, No 56, Ciornhill, have just
W received a great variety of Ladies and Gen
Olasse. tlemen's Portable DESKS. Jan 4

Those. & Edw. Motley Boston Typograpical Association.
T os. & a w. vaon y^ I A general mecetiiag of the Boston Tvpogra.
No. 37, India-street, Havetor sale, i phbical Association will be held TOi3MOR.
N O Y l.n.1; c. she Carg. of luop Relief- ROW EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at the Exchange
IN loI 11usd' Martullque l\Io!a-ises, o0f -.. House, ly order of the Directors,
a v.4ry good quality, jaI 4 I A. AiIt's,' .J .. Ses'ry.

\Crc '- se Ts t-. r rcator.-i.l
f [ ': sle at the Bookstore
-J t.t. Av Lii.'rDI I r' .J "Cbo- F n'.lis .i-i.IL,-A,
L.- i'5i -c r
IV, fLrCswdl's Mercmtor MAP, of thec
SI a.-I y '..sI nI Io,,.r i iti '-n.iin, the whole Equi-
ustsi .I. ...d *: stendii' ng I'> t e Pol!ar Circleas
l'ih riihp csr,t ..ils r.,11 the S ; ,rs .t'fi!e I.F'lel st. i
o. I '..-. and some oftit-r..- i-... M. .;,.2e.
-ihs l ing i i- 1 ir. : ,,:I ,I,:i.1 c., Il.ih 17 im .. t .
I it she : ;li-iI't 5:.Ar passes 1!. -e ,
i ,-,.i. -'. ths, r ..: ol ,lIe M. !lsn at a given time,'-
i ui.. .* ..-,.,r i_-n ; .,p l,.r t r-c of oi Heav ;
ens. \ a 1.:... 10ri.. 1i' 15n.p'sis- t .is i -.t. a iti
-Price 5 cits, .. .
r .*.'-O..I.'t.1!.VD.TION S. -
The Celestial (_h:,it, constructed by
'. Croswell, I find to be sn,t'.Ie, ind better a-
.dapied to yer.:ti. l pr .i'. :, '),,n L., I i, ave
hiti;erto exsnined, aind it ftiIly abcs *''t'IS'i Mr.
C's (!ecmription i lhis ?ropns..l. The only map
of the heavens I have sCei or, Me'cator's Pro-
S .I ,_- laD. : ?._, ..
'. T'e c'er of e ri. '.r .' ac.: L..' pool.
Mlarclh2, 180,. :

This is to certify that I have examin- -
ed Mr Crosswell's Map of the Heavens, and find
i to .-riec with his printed description. I think
it righi at the same time, to add, that it must
pi'obv highly useful to mariners and others who.
wish to 'r.- me rltq,.in'ri,.d %ithith .names and
stuatiot;i I.: itc ri r.-c, r I 'F.-'d Stars.
JU.hN I 4:11'<.',. ". L .,
Profeeetor of'1 .',-: rS '. ., it -.' ., ... ,
Asi.J, r.'e ., ir-..l..-..t,.
May 1.5, 1808. jan 4

J -'r1 "*,'r r-:,, ;,oishp CHEIS'F(US.
Sl.'l r -:>.,.1 t'fromi Csaltimpre, and for sale at
thlo P'...:.h;.icms r i T.-`..ASe" &ANaNREws, No.,
45, :...' ,, sii'eci, is WM A YInEW.-s, N" 4,
1, Cornhill, pt ..:'e ; Z:1s1 A Ce ;.'tNi t .'i .' it-
ed at the C th,n.I; ( :,n-:ts -I' (' t.-i', l.,I.i-
amore, Nov 1, 1810, on occasion ofthe consecra-
tion of the Rt. Rev. Drt.'sJosx Cstvveaus,Bish-
op of D ,-.-HBy the Rev, W: Y. H.sao:.O,one
of the r'astic oi'St Mary's Churi, 'il.1c.
phia.---".,,.cd at the request ofthe Rt. Rev.
Bishops attending" ot the solemn occasion.
Jan 4
o .

New Schol Book. -
JT.TT publ;'ied diiil r sale 1 .I ..'-,'s LI:;.
'. .!L" F-DMi.%ND ',.j .: L.Vh;kN,Co-in-
hill, Boston; E CUSIIN(.. Ia.1ghi; : In i .A
fROWN, Charlestown-price 37cs eta;. ,i.., or
3 dli 50 cts per dozen -
.2 selection of Lessaons fr Reading and Speaking-.
Wholly fromAmerican Authors.
Embracing a great variety of enter-
tainingy subjects t,1 lHiih.i,' ITio:-r jphy,Divinity,
La&w's, 4'atural anod Moral alndl.,,li,,, and of
other branches of useful and elegant learnilnui.
Furnishing numerous Specimlens of Aroerican
'-piq.jrnice, from t.e Presidential Ch..,-, the
Heatd Quarters of the military Commander, the
seat in Congress,the pulpit on various occasion.s,
the bench of the Judge, the bar, stations of Lit.
erary honour, the seat hf the Muses, and -from
the shade of private Life.-Containing rules fo r
the proper use of the pauses, for grateful on. i
persuasive,p'eronaunciation, atd for approriate
and impressive gestures ; to improve the Schol-
ar' iun leading Idi Spn.king while enriching the
mrini, with Religious, Virtuous and Useful
Kn ewlgc'e. With ain Appendlx of definitions
of the vwrc s in this book, most dliffiult fir yoith
to uId)er;t.anid-Dsigned for the use of Schools
-!:v ,iOS21'l RICHARDSON, A, m. M. nisler of
the first Pari-;l in ll:nghsin.
Ia.sgeructan i.s th, Life." Bible.
ihiis section is front the following
A utlors :-Adam-ses, Auitin, Baldwisn, nLrlow,
thnt'lcy, Dat)ncy, Dickinson, IUright, Euiiuna,
Franklin, 'lia:rris, 11uinphrics, J:t:,erson, Kings3-
ley, Liv;ngston, La.throp, Ma1e-hiall,Miller, Nor.
tell, 'orter, Paine, Quincy, R-tmsey, Rushe;s,
Sillinan, Stilir.ian, Sprigutte. Story, Strong, Subol
livan, l'appan, Thompson, Trcmbittll, Warrein,
Washiing-ton, Williarms, and-several Aisonymous
is The author of this selection trusts
that it will be found to contain no express ion
or santidient, inconsisient with the solundest
principles ofreligdion,moralityor refined dolica-
cy." law3m jun 4

.Baptist Missionary Magazine.
JUT u;r 'aihb 1. anr.i for sale by LINCOLN &
J LU'M .;:, N. 53., and by MANNING and
LOR1NG, No. 2,.Cornhill-
The -. tll Number of the Ma'.s..lu-,.
seti Bap'tist Missionary Magazine-containing
a variety of entertaining religious Intelligence.
r'eeiVe !, a.i l ,I-T-1 r I'- i sale, an extensive assort'
Iment of FAMILY BIHILES. jan 4

I-S hereby given, that the subscriber lias been
dtuly appointed .' '. "'" i. on theestate
late of:Boston, in the County of Siffolk, deceas-
ed ; and haEs taien u pon himselftlhat trust by
giving bonds as the law directs ; andI all per-
sonr having demnsids tupon the estate of tke said
deceased are require. to exhibit the same; -ind
all persons indebted to ths said estate are cat.
led upon to make payment to
Boston,UJan. 4, 1811.

>I0 iCE
S hereby given, tlthat the subscriber has been
duly appointed Administratriz on the estate
Mariner, late of Boston, in the County of Suf-
folk, deceased ; and hath taken upon herself
thattrust by giving bounli as thel i:,i directs :
and all persons having d,- inr'n v Is irji the estate
of the said .Toseph Raymond, are required to ex.
hibit the same; and alU persons indebted to the

said estate are c .ll.:1 p.sn to make payment to
.LIZA .RAYMOND, .dm',i'.
Boston, Dec.31, 1810. (q) jan 4

Notice. .i
T'HE Associates of the Boston Importini Com--
pany, arc requestc to meet at the Exchange
Coffee House, on 'MON AY EVENINi., the 7th
init at 7 o'clock. A punctual aid. general at-
tendasnce is requested, as' business of importance
svil come before them.
XCILAk rGE0 oin 'rance, for 1,500
..IJ dollars=for sale by P. P- F. DEGR\IND,
J.Auii4 No co, India street.

TO LET-Two or three rooms,
pleasantly situated. Inquire at this office.
J;an 4
W'ANTED-A LAD, to wait in a
t siriall family. Inquire at the Repertory
office, cptf sept %j

.. lbe r'lC l:'-, th S 'CC.ri n.in t ,.,t"
-! a
.T.he ~.!~ rt T n,,n-th ... o .r

fl} The pnblick is resocectfilly inr-.rmed, thint
ieconseauenceof the I.mn..,j 'n ,tahr i ofnigns
cf ,I-. C. r' eng ierment, the Theatre will
be oper -i f r ir `1F: 1. p. r ier k :during h.i
t-.- ;-,..,., Wedi.c, ., Th'hursdy :-

1THIS EVENING, January 4th, v. ill
S be repeated, the Tragedy of

i7 ,- ,D~. of Gloster,AIr. COOKE.
Other Characters in bills.

To which will be added a Farce in 2 acts, call-

:lusi,: al Entertainmernt..
'T H EI'A T' re.peri rFlly acquaints
the public, that he intends having aI Mu-
sical Entertainment (for one night only,) oil
At the E.:iuaie cr.,e House.
ACT 1st.
Trio, (two Violins and Bass) Mr Hewitt, &c,
SonE.,' r".,rlLt .e, J .- Dames) Mr Labottierre
8olo Violin, ( ;hi 5c-.Ich .\;r i .I Ml H' I ,it
Reci.itE- Song, ( l:e MNir..rtli.; W.ib .ell;.,i..:--
Accomponied on ith Pao N ,o,;.e, by Mr.
Glee, (The Hermits) Miss Dellinger and two
Gentleman Amateurs.
National Air,with variations on the Piano Forte,-
Miss ewitn.
Handels celebrated Song,. "Sweet Bird," Miss
DJ \ll,',--, :u-o-rp ..p .. u *' .,. ;,,r, by M r
Glee, (where shall the Lover rest)Miss Delling
er, &c. .

Duetto, Piano Forte (Moari) MiiaB Dellinger &
*Mr .Hewi t.
Song, (Once, Twice, Thr;r., I ?.J', s Dll;.- r
Gr. -.d Sonata, Piano f',rto, Iihl Scotch A. 1,
.,(Pleyel) Misa Hewitt. :
French and Italian Song', : Mr Ljbo:iierr-
Solo Violin, (Lolii) Mr Hewitt, .. ,ich be 1 .it I
S accompany himself in the Bass.
Bravura Song', (AI fond. lover) Miss. Dellinger
Glee, (O why to be happy) Miss Dellinger, e
Trio, Two Violins and Bass, Mh -s ir Heu stt,...r
To commence precisely at 7 u'c1l,ck.

Tickets, 1 doll. each, to be had at ;ir GRAVP-
Eit's Musick Store,Franklin-street-.W.iMc'I.--
uIEN Nav's Bookl0 Store, Court-street-at the ES-
clhone CorTee House-aad of J. HEWITT, No.
6, West Row.

ales b b u2ttIT.

THI3 DAY at 12 o'clock,
i l. 1', '. ,l.,r., r...rh end,
W illpi sitively e ri .11, ts cl.,- a c.a n ert,,
.,-.LT,- ihei .ip EIND, \\'UVOUR
burthen 233 tonsil, built at Salem,
r- _' sby an approved workman, 7
ia--(,.nyars old, copper fastened, cop-
per sheabcd and well found. Terms I tbersl.
Whilwell 'o?,d, auct.

-At Private Sale-
100 bags Pepper-2(0 di race Ginger,
1;0 boxes white and beown Sugar,
40 iba Ve'rdigris,
10 kegs Red Lend,
15 bbis 2.1, 3d and 4th prcof American Gin.
THIS DAY, at 12 o'clark,
At May's Wharf,
On board the brig Gissiypium,
400 bags Blown Salt,
2J tons Coals.
S S..... S
.' tons burlienri, lh. made but one
r,,' 5_ "3 voyage, is built entirely of wl.i e
&.., a s~,i oak, well found, sails well, and
Stows a large Cargo.
T. K. Jones r (Co. auct.
T'his Day at 12 o'clock,
N OW landing from isuop Lively, back No
53, Long wharf,
23 hhds o!d high :...: .Jamaica Ru m,
entitled to dtbeaturei. Terii' liberal,
J. W. 9sincy, aicit.

On TI ~ad-',:," Jan. 10, at 12 o'clock,
O'. the l- .,ni.,'-,
"'THE. ES'l'AT"E lying in Court street, .foreuterly
Called Mioffa'tt', Elitate, besuulded as tollows:-
O0s cont'-street, there, neasrig e i.bity feet- On
llelknap's.Alley onme hundred and eii.,hty-'even feet
-On Nathaniei Jitns.to, one hiiired and sixty-
eight eet.-Tiley altc,.ub, seventy fett, six in
ches- --makig gin the vwh'0c, abhlut fooateen thten-
sand squ.re faei, whiclhi will be divided into ei"l-t
luts, nalnely-fi.ur Ironting on Ciurt-stre".t, each;
abjilt 21 teet ir width, and extending from 75 to 38
fett back, to a Ctit 25 leet wide ; die other four
toiiting oullierly 'Vii said Courr, atmut tile satnr
width, and running about'75 feet deep, so a b-ck
This land being situated near the Court-house and
ce.'tre of bu'siue.s, will afford an excellent opportu-
nity for t ***i ,1'h .- .. to ip rest their property
in P."al : ,.,,.
To be sol ii one or mire Lots, as mansy host suit
purlchasers : a generous ciedit winl It given. A
p'an of the lstaie may lbe sent, imt the terms of
credit known, by applying to tie Cashier uo the
Union Bank, or to
G. Burroughs jr. auct'

Valuable Real Estate at Auction.

On Monday !4th Jan. at 12 o'clock,
(Unless previoueily disposed. 'f ot private salfe ,)
r~T'HIAT Valuable and pleasantly situated ER-
JL TATE in Leverett street, lately owned
by Jossathan Hae'ines, Esq.
It contains about 21 000 feet of Land,
bnrirding on two s'rets; being 168 feet on
Leverctt.street, and 127 feet cc Wiltshire st.;
is 155 feet deep, on the Sou.herly, and 133 feet
on the Northerly line frm street to street.-
The Iand is capable of being divided into 13
or 14 convenient Hlouse Lots, fronting ion tw I
streets ; or it would alT.rd a beautilui site ftor
a block of'five or six lisf.danme lbuooseato stand
on elevated gnmtd, and 'fIronnt on t.verett at.
with suitable lots or' gardens on Wihltahire st.
Thie whe Estva'e will be sold tsogther, anid a
Deed civen by EwAinn GCav, Esq. who i.1

give any iinforination resrpecting the itle,.
Terms of sa!e, 23 per cent on receiving a
Deed, to be paid in money or in satisfactory en.
dorsed notes, payable with int resit in 60 days
from tin- ., .f' -e ; 25 pler' cent each in "3,
(3 and ,' ".,* woi hundoubte.d security.
( 7, B3rw0y/!j a,". t.

Kt 2 '.r f 10 t l'll,

T;i'i LDav at i1 u,'clocli,

India Sir ',.
.- a"'s Cottor.-3 pipei Gia,
Shl. rn-lO um 10 Lbls IPrk,
."' !:ois* i p-. .:..sI i,,i Perli tsr.
1000 wt. hitcsn. .. '

THIS DAY atlI cLc',
Opposite No 53, Loneg wharf,
n I be sold to the f.ighest "i.J I -r,
l I !,,ds \W. Indid Rum, s,:, or-of
anIflavour--i pipes ra Holia.Ji G.,, ..Itba
schb Trim.
C. .1diiop,. o: il F.i e

S"'- eo 'Oji'n / T/1 hvt'e G'ask
1tb spart.
.r L sulb",berre rc.pciulv i-,frm ?i ,.,he ,.
U. tir.ersand eI I-, bl;ck ihn f tr the san-
cefit t ...s..ry. aitc?'e called cash I be will
.! )2' c li r qt '. ,
T7hs P'\, at 12 o'clock,
-. 'p ire No l, -idai-stlrect,
6 ,' LI' q'. ('rusx Iturs,
3 do Wind'd Island do..
3" do Sil Fr, ,.f' oJ Jmle.
2 hhds tnrd 1,; ,,bs be,t .it C.oix Siugr.r.
7 boxes Gantoa Sugar;
10 bzgs C,'c,,ia j
I b..S ,lz s n .s ir,
"ii hh ,,,. !'-[Ih.lid and Ced;E. Suit.
-u, .iAs Lbrfwn tSoap,
3 gr casks Mamny,
Madeira,Wiie, r' F BECK
-rrris ca l., [i ...,,n '.l..n-v.
I. d!.'",'wl& Boinnj, au: t.
TOMORROW 12 o'clock,
At 1i o. ;I, L'.,ng-V.ls l',
On .c.-ijt i of ih-.! Und ,Iia Em, ,
34 boxe-ji white .H!aan.a S-Iga'r par-
t; aily dimged. -
Cijditiilis ist til e ti,4e.
l '". & 2? ..;, itii/,

(.n \'ecne..-,.-la tiext at o'clock.
'At i, StOie o0 Mreri, Bsrke-er Mtidge', K.I.
by street,
SVarieity of Dry it,snds-a qusr's:,Y orf .?ri.
A. -lonie,in csti;i-Teir-.-Rilrn- G, .-sl' ays
iles .: -r'iIht -'Writing De k-- --lih es
..a ,eit s,. Src.
Pr .;, ..-. S.B LL, D. Sheriff..
T. fzones SY ( -,ies.

ShleIill' S.-1le.
On Tuesday next at bf p;ttt a o'clr.k,
At the Dwellirng huiise of ?lr C-:i ,,
Eariker, in GreeniE e. f.ee.
Girearvariety of (,,i l i.n.LI- ,i.J teieut
S -'nt. s.rntiire, Cns;i:i r -. ,
M'ahogatny card, dinila. and Pemi-.
b:6Ice Table.- B,ra'iTsi,- Bedd-ead,--tedi andi
bed Cursniii-,-.arpd ts-Chitri-Snf.-. -.,-as
A. ndironei- ,.I.el and Tonzs--Fe.de sd-pjst.
"1 ar27 j~rfi.nned Wa.--C',ir.:.. Gin. and
C:..cse 12.''sre-, it. tr, s nt ari : as-,:.r. rnt of
u.icsli Fin iri .r.
S cdFt..s',. ,' at 12 o't.,C'',
An elegant organized Piano Forte,
VO I 40o t'ollar. -
A gocd 'liis-c and Harness.
Ar order, S. B IELL.'. S'., .:.
T. K. K. VC (. ,c.

Massachusetts Register.
1- UST published, and for sale by JOHN WEST
,. & CO. No 75, and MANNING -a LORINO,
No 2, Cornahiil,
'i he ,i. hi-aItt Pi'..it ilser, and U-
nited States Callender, for t.8S :-c.nt ir.ia Csi1,
Judicial, Ecclesiastical, an sM ;Il:iry l.i.i ,n Mas.
sacht:setts C.stii.,.., .- L the rfr., ts ,- the Gcni-
cral Goverr,erar : ',,-.is cI the *''nol, of he sev.
cral Courts ; Pibi ck L'u:.ie' ; U.,iul 'Tsbles, &e.
&c. and a variety of much other vdiluab!e inflomas.
t oi. i ltc 1.1

Cle'v n,:, r,'s Datii: 1:t r.
USTpuillihbi, a,,d fiur saile,a J EELCHER's
J Prin, In7 Ciif' Cc. ,g I, ltrct, ,nd nt i|he
Book-stores of 'E BLISS St it.-sr Ct, r ,IMUN
ROE V FRANCIS, Cornhill-
cdy, in Five Acts, by Will. :n Ch.tles Wh,ste. as
pei formed at the Boston Theatre ; with an Ep."
ogui, by -R. T. Paine,jun.Esq. die I S

Edwards & St. Georges,
Translators 6" Copyjists, .A'a. 4, Court-St.
I-AVE. for sale, A House in Cross-Streei, 3
I. -a stories higih, land measuring 29 ft ,. f6"I.
terms 1-3 cash down, and a credit to si i tlhj,
puirclhaier for the residue-A military Land
fV i ,nt, el,.. Fr.,r ... .- A u' in ',Sr. l,..u'.
"I',, 'il' n i,' l, 3 .. Ir..:kirnjr] .e .' ngl .
Hou!ses. -
To Let-A Tenement in Ridgeway's
Lane. well calculated for a Carpenter or Pain.
telr, r.nSt 50 .L]Sll.a 'ear, p,,ble quaiterlv irn
Corp ingr and Translating attended to
wit,' l rel:i.t), accuracy and dopateh.
d..c 1 .3

'Thomas Furber
'o. 28. UKlOv..ITI:.7'FT,
H ASsjust rceierd by the Waip..l anie sJ ,tl ,'
late arrivals from England, a largee uand extein.
sive assirtnent cf .'suerSie, middling ernd low pric-
ed Brinadcu;thE ind Cassiineres, ron, r'i si. all .-,
fslitinablc e,tii rs Blue, ite ,t .,,.u :j.,t tI i ,. r'
C(.nithb, and supercii.e hlne, green, bfsck and browis
Ca.smt.eres for Ladies' wear; nisxed, blue, drab,
aind black hIperial and Prices' (Cord for Guntle-
asen'a Pitntatoons ; Satinsets VY i"s i 'n- .')*
aus I'.,- C.. .,e4 aiid M oh ,i inas. f ... .i s ti1;1.a
great .. ,.at. ., 1 5surt,,t7; flue aiid canr mu.u dals
K'rsevy ; Huutet's Cliths ; Twih'd I ,ir,.<, ,Eo'-
et cath,, &s. &e. caw3m n',ss 13,.

rp)O RE LET-atnd possession given
lt 1h inst. A lar;'e brick MOUSE, No. 10hl-
lsroad-.trect, c-,i, ,~r.b,': large kitchen, two par,
laui r, and 8 sleeping roums--Ils well i..,i i'.'d fof
a large family or Itoa'rein-'. huse.
Also to be Le.t, a large brick HTonsu
and Sh-p, No. U and 8. Milk-slrtet---.mnediata
possesioti given. laouire at No. 72, Broid-strear.
Dec ". tf

\XJANTKD)-a HIIOOM, within 4-ri
5 minutes wa!k ftnm State-s'i'ies, of con-
venient aess:tc., in length i'reni 1t:, i. Ii feet, .r. i nr-t
Ks~ than It feet high. For thie i throe to i..
it wi,, be app-opriiied, it must have a northern
aSi-ct. Inquire at the Repertery-Oifice.
dec 8. '

' 1AN .1 S A PLACE-A y ounrlt Mait
" frm tliecountry, brouilht s p in tle Elg-
fish GooCs it iie-'s, isid s sri ha wril rrcmnrrjieit-
edr, wants a phee as clrrk. The saWiy exutectsdi
would 'be tdL::cg. Ieiu, irsot"the t'5~':'re..

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